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The Moyie Leader May 6, 1905

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WifeUefyTu'es^
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^atiou'pYs*-ut3d^
aYai.clet)itie;bibie prior to liid--ledivibg.
";'■-:Jfli:ea'se remember :that,-E.'. J. . JBa^er's;-
bi.rbor shop, opposite theu. itptel ICoo-*;
tenav," ifisheraien.will-' find a" clean,
up -to'daYstOskOi' tho :' very,  beat; of
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ut'.'cenb-.grads;'',-■ ';„ . -     utplikYo .''iu'fe   tho ' apeakled. bea.uties  jpg iu-iia.enliirged.forni.-.-. :.
^Yu^us^-^^^        ffpm.their!hdine£;in yeSntiful1!'Moyie .    ,.v.:-,;: • _V..^:_ii--------.--:--
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,qiiiak-:iii!»rii'-y.iiig7'at.--iv.-con.c^
his :ju%meixt;:7 wayal\"7ayys6und.y-V;77-
-7; ■- :--'^h^:fe Wi-Bressi ■■■■ i v 7'-,
:l Tlio' eigliYcolum-; Washington'Yand
:hVesS:'"YhichA .yaa-;-,o'-:^rc^!:;:^r.':.'*'i;;P
h-eadY land ed; ih ftioy ie,y e^s tp rday, but
■while it was^bein'g uul0addd;:7froin7 tbe
car a casting' .Yas'.Y-"°^pY;-5!Uhtil "this'
la - me\ided!it;.!,ViUM ,
!the; prc3#dr'enlarge the 7panpr.7Yhich
•:\ye had fully, planned upon doing .next
.-week,;.-'However. 'YeV arYlu .hopes
-that"there-' v.-ili* .be-httia Yelay.-and,
(haf'the'Leader'will;soon',  be   appear--*;
p'urcriaseii|IO,TO&
at--?lfifs^^ "
y't.ypmpny&^ptp  ''" '""""    "" "'":"" •"""""""""■ "
ClaMncyv'SDiilh-
Secretary;-1: orf'V tlie ;^nierican?;"-;jCabpr7i
^n!6ri;Ytt^
succeedsdiiiii iii'ofli.cp,';
j^li;tliYloiid,!7bullioa. ';p'ircducedVatV r.:„
Marysville-.-and^tjb't..;-H^
-Willdtereaftorhp l-cfihcldJatj.^Tr^^^
marketed hy 'the';panadiftn:-s^elter^,yvy'
!f A Ah 7-ngreei.ieTi't "jiasYbesnVoiitercd"!:!:;
ihtoj:b'ctvye'cn''-,T, iIVGrabam!-;.ot7 Moyie;V-;..!r
*hiil;Vip:;F.,.tii^^
the :ihst!named gives an'o^tion oil -his -.:; V
!p'ne^:ouarter"iriter.est'.-i^^^
:'Giri,,G:an.adian-;'Girl-a^
situated;';.7nep'!-^miry! -tp'vtiie.-ts|i3pud::.V7
hivitisd fdrthe suih Of ^12;5fJ*);::;m three;;:!, ;-
pay men ts spreading hver. the - period; r7;„
bCtweeu'npw-abd 3ulylp, 1906.'  ':.-      ; V
v itcHisoa Sells'0tity  ■; ty?■'
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■y'0ase:-
bnecii
:s*,3-that Vi-i
■ti-iilc "i'kin
Tiiw Wkst." Thoy'ro be:
uiierj7
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Y ' - ■      • " Y: .   (     ■    ' '     " '  ' "1Y.
; TfiE /-MEN'S;- FUENlSHEJiS;
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all|i8lidlv»Jhiviil.
than
saasJSSiSBSKSSS
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"'-    . Thero'ia'iic)-t.'bcttui   inveatipe.-t
.i'ank deposit.     . '.-y        ■ ..-    -
,     '■'  , -   -  OnCe'biisi.cd it.gro^a ivlivlWci" a-Ided' tc
--."   Interest   allowed-at   cuirer:.!.   rrUHLi^'
j- ! -.,...■' Yundetl t.vico a year,      .
-MHBBO0K:BEAHOH', : ..-yl.   :
i:.-.i
iifii.
•xie'n.
'ItilU.
yitfiiyo >::
■..acleciipu
.'BrOachei;,.'!'etc,■,,-' ar.y
tliin'iYlii-t.a first elaVr
store-    7h--zU-.il     ba'.'o.
!-iuai.'i7-:.i*it! vrto.-fai'H;
Thirty'GtictFellows'ti:'rr.ei.t;-out   last
...•0f,.. : y Su-ntlay .eyeuiug- to   the   anniversary
^servierYvhich wa:-.hck!'n: M:-.v Hethod-
' ial ' cbiu'ub
AY.-
!j'}UK
Jnoina*.--.
;*.    ii
-'ius; Kwr-Acbe 1 -.-;.nd -nppropriat'eseruion/.and
vvery-   the choir did itav.'ork.rema.rkably well.';
.drlr ci The! church V.'aa crowded   to   ita
' Ilo-h |'£--YiQG caPacil'*v''.;     '■'.■'■    - A'
■  -C.il!'
full
'■The ca£iAil.iho. A'iAr.yn
;.tb6
EugeneYond-jl:da:et!';jNiyiiug;Co.
anlnfra' t'ioiit of' thp Fight   J:
\    'T„of. ,!e
"Miiniorial" '■•■Service..
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Gli A ^ UK 0 OK,
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-Br-"isr -••r™,>?> ffi-^r'*- y^™ "^r r,-*
-^S^B-. *-»-*«=«*'   -*f;1-'  '•W"*-^*'1*"----
' ' 1 '■' -The tu'etnoriai'seryic-j pf the; Eaglea
! will .be l:i?Ul- in thorn halllcii-crrow m •'
IV G j tuinodn'fit live o\-lur;k; ;a:nd all ins.m-
! burs Vl! the -ti-ri-' i\te .reipie/H'cd ' to be
:-r:re-;e:'.'.'-.' --". -'nvitatifui is extended to
■ i";U viyititii'■'members... .:' -'
V        !        . , 'A (..'.'.'nil Siert-ifKt'w.i.*.,' '■■."■
! Vlr. C IV XVainwr:,ht...
; Citv, Fla., has xvrttte:. thr-
; U'.r,i-rs   '.iii-i.   inr.ch imttm-
.!    -j:.;V\V..JrAtciiisbn'Jias .'disposed ;of.hi.S7 7
;.' V ..' itcckof drugs; slatio'iiaryj etc.j to  Drly.»-
■! S. -K.. Haryie", who wiil   hereafter  conr
. .- Lduct the; buaiuea-j. YJ7y'■||.-;Ba?ter,i!a, ,,-;
St. |:qhali--ed' r.crus^iet^ .of',-- .Ontario^  .has ; ;7
for; adcepteti,^^ouiU^; Yth  the- doctor     ;
our Jaw land. sv;i,l beVa charge of the store. / •!  . .;-'■.-
came up ...for V--trial. Tuesday,   hut Yisj Y.     ,:. -:■>'.■- T.yr^Y Y\'Y; ■■'   'V;!' -""v
Thcs.'MorfraYtheViiiin^ic.   inepcittir,; ,   :-    .'jVf.mei^, -Ll^-^SeB,;.. '   . ,y   .
, was nci here to conduct the   proseeY)      •;   V        .,■.....,..;.-.>_-!(j  ^    ?     ^ ;7
i tion the ca-jo   wag adjourned until, tpr {   • ,\j\ r!ree Minsr's YerU^pE.te?: enrpir^    '
j via -,,!   Mr. Cronin has placed the   case pYMay ;U,;-and .■sht.n:,-d./*;s. renewed     -
i'in.'jlhehaucliJ.'or'-.J..   Y; '-Haivl*l"i   ;th.*-j^fore that date.    F.J. Sni.yih. is.the;
Cranbr.oak 'barrister.-autl solicitor,   and j (lr.pv.ty hniniiu"; '.recorder; for Jloyi-3 aud7 ,
I. viyitiity.at'ul ia'thc^proper   per-rda    ic ■
■ i apply to for those certiticatea. '   ,.    7.
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i -in-*,   Cc'ho; Ghokra r-.;y    yiarrkcea   ;i0"C1   ,
n-i in the atorn ■! Gamubell
,Tiie Gun Olul).
'Thb Moyie--Gun club held iir-wo:-kly
i-pdt'Y-di'.y   afternoon,  and   ll'ic-'
.Irb-j   ccutectaiild
clay ,  p;:;:-"oe3
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and
Gh
JV:"aei!y iii-e^reuor nn.
•V"   *6!7r ■'.nd cholera mor jus   oy  t:;.;-
VYYV f-tjtei-a'i h.tit'iwcriM be " drank,,
'•''l-'-'at wkeu take in thin way the.   etreCt j
■Yluublo   hi   rapidity.    "In   ecc-us-to*
'Iv "     'IC
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the  number' ot
! Gatnorq:'. !
i jVr'-.'.slr-ja;'.
:-.,i. at   thc    right   .*pot.  instantly,"   '
^■v*.    For-rale by S. K. ■iTarvic.
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the .' bcatVcV-ieh. yincdipYe ;i   have
ir.kea." ?ayc.Gec. l,.Chv\A;^   mcireb-
rtr;V vy Hr^yp,. aVPc ■?{&?&: *:.nc
(.urrey':ic:i about Y;1:-?Yg the besb.tts it
will cure a cor.f-k oipcold ili >£3 - tirup
that", anv other, treatment, .U should.
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Oavles Oaden  The big flower filled drawing room'  waa brilliant with afternoon sunshine.  Through the open window'came the  sound of the trot of horses' feet as  they passed on the broad "Unter den  Linden." Ransome Prentice looked  about him with^a sigh of satisfaction.  It was good to be back in Berlin. Then  he smiled at the girl, wlio was handing  him a cup of tea.  "So here I am at last," he said. "And,  now, tell me the news. You left America so suddenly that 1 had no chance  to come and bid you goodby. How do  you like your'elevation to the rank of  ambassador's'daughter? And has anything exciting happened thus far? You  , see, 1 had to follow just to hear it all."  The girl hesitated, playing with the  spoons on the dainty tea table!  "There is not much to tell," she answered slowly.   "And yet there is one  thing,"   glancing   across   at   him.     "I  think  you  will   be  pleased,   as  it   is  largely due to your instrumentality." I  should never have���have known'him so  .quickly had It not been that, owing to  your old friendship, I already felt as if  he ware no stranger when we met. rOf  course you can guess whom I mean.  It  is not announced yet, but I am going to  marry Max^von Wltzleben."  The man's" cup clattered in its saucer.'  .'    "You���to .marry  Max!"  he  repealed.-  Then, "Do you���do you care for him so ��  much ?"he asked. ���\       ���   '  'For a moment JClss Freeman frowned.    But  it  was  only  Ransome.'    He  and she had always teased, and questioned and confided in each'other.', Yet  she paused over the answer.    '    i1   ,  "I���I do not think that I am.the kind  to care -very deeply for any, one," she  said  soberly.    "I   admire' Max.    You  havo always told me how noble he was-(|  how brave.    And Ij adore bravery.   My  idea of his character is really drawn  largely from-your letters." .   .  Prentice's lips twisted into a smile.  "I was an enthusiastic chap'in those  days," , he commented 'dryly.-    ."I- hope  you  have some better, foundation -for  yotir affection than letters written by  -a  boy in  the  university.    But I  am  forgetting what was partly my errand  this afternoon.  "Buffalo Bill" is to open'  ln  Berlin tomorrow" afternoon,   and  I  thought perhaps you would like to'go.  It is only patriotic for the  Americans  to turn out    Should you care"���-   Miss  Freeman nodded.' , -  . "I suppose it would be'' the proper  tbing^to do,"'she agreed. "I have not  seen 'Buffalo Bill' since I was a child.  They .sent., father^a box,, but he does  - not care to go. and I had not thought  about it. Suppose you, come with us.-  I will ask-Max, and we can take Frau-  lein." o'  i , i  A few minute3 later, Prentice rose to  take his leave, and it was not until  after his, departure that 'Miss Freeman,'  remembered that- he -had forgotten to  congratulate her! For the rest pf the  day the girl was deciiledly absent-  minded.  ,' But the next afternoon, seated in the  box of honor in the big open air arena,  Miss Freeman appeared to have quite  regained her normal spirits, chattering  gayly -with both men. Von Witzleben,  precise, neat, with parted hair and  pointed mustache, sat on her right, and  the girl glanced .critically from his  somewhat impassive face to that of the  American, with Its keen dark eyes  nnd steady, ' clean cut mouth. The  study of the two men^wns more absorbing than the show. .Tier attention had  wandered from the ring and the flourish of trumpets which heralded the  Dcadwood coach caused her to start.  The next moment a man pushed his  way to their box and bowed.  "Colonel Cody would be honored If  any of the American ambassador's  guests would wish to ride in the Dead-  wood coach," the man suggested courteously. Miss Freeman, in sudden mischief, looked at her fiance.  "What do you say to it?" she queried  demurely. Tho German gazed back in  horrified disapproval. .     .  ,  "You go around in that coach and  make a ��� spectacle of yourself," be  gasped, "before all these people! Aber,  what a shocking klea! I could not allow it."  Into the girl's eyes there came a sudden gleam. She had not meant to do  this thing. But ever since her spoiled  babyhood a dare had been to her spirit  like lire to gunpowder. She lifted her  head.  "Thank you. Wo shall be glad to accept," she said to the man, who still  stood, hat in hand, awaiting her decision. "If you are afraid, pray remain  bore," she ad-led defiantly to Yon Wit-  zlelion.   "Will you come, Ransome?"  "But"��� began he One glance at her  set mouth showed the futility of remonstrance. And wherever she called  he would follow, be the consequences'  what tliey might In silence he let her  precede him ���down., the-'steps,!Von Wltzleben bringing up a sullen rear. The  fraulein left behind wept in unheeded  protest.  It was not until the coach had fairly  started that Miss Freeman, realized all  that she had brought upon herself.  From her, childhood f*Jic had always  detested firearms. And these pursuing  Indians! But, without flinching, she  bore it all���the crack of rifles, the  smoke which choked eyes and mouth,  the fiendish yells. Then.all at .once she  became conscious that the coach was  swaying and bumping strangely. A  man sitting opposite her suppressed an  oath.  "I told Bill to exercise them horses,"  he muttered. "And this blamed ring  has .mighty short corners. Yrju better  hold on tight," he added to the girl. "Lf  this rickety old thing does break loose  or turn over," expressively. Miss Freeman felt her heartbeats quicken. There  was danger then���real danger. From  the box came tlie driver's voice in frantic abjurgation to the now thoroughly  frightened animals. Miss Freeman  turned toward Von Wetzleben.  "Max," she whispered- But the German, his face ashy, his eyes fixed and  staring, sat with strained fingers  clutching- at the wooden door. He had  quite forgotten the girl. A little sob  , broke from her parted lips. Were they  going to die? A strong hand closed  over hers, and,, .opening her eyes,  through the smoke she.saw Ransome,  steady.-calm, self controlled.  "We shall pull through all right" he  said. "Don't be frightened, dear." The  girl, conscious only of the word which  had slipped inadvertently from his lips,  caught her breath in the sudden shock  of a great revelation.- Ransome loved  her-r-Ransome!  - All at once she comprehended why  it, was thai she had' hesitated to announce her7engagement-until Ransome  should learn of it, why it-was that she  had, judged Von .Witzleben from Ran-  esomer's standpoint rather'than her'own,  appreciated, that-it had been the fact  of his intimacy with- Ransome which  had been his chief attraction-and how  near she had been to never knowing.  Now at last, In this supreme moment,  she grasped the truth; knew that even  as Ransome loved her, so Bhe loved  him. And whether, death' dr ��Iife lay  before them, with' that knowledge in  her heart, that touch on her hand, she  was content.      , "      ,'  , And then with one strong, mighty  pull from above the horses trembled  down to quiet. '  -  " For a day- or so the Berlin papers  were rather sharp'In their criticism of  the girl who had rendered herself so  conspicuous. Is^equally well born German 'girl would ever have done .such a  thing, they declared. .But, Miss Freeman, utterly glad In her^ new found  happiness, only smiled In'undisturbed  thankfulness. -      ., '.     '  D'ARCY  M'GEE'S  MAXIM.  Colerlelj-re   tlie   Soldier.  Subsistence could not be made on the  reading and writing of pamphlet's or  tho 'means'" of livelihood obtained by  the  most eloquent  and entrancing of  ��� conversations, and Coleridge, ,'findlng  liimself both forlorn,and destitute in  London," enlisted as a soldier in ,the  Fifteenth (Elliot's) Life dragoons.  "Oi his arrival at' tho quarters of tho  regiment,", says his' friend and .biographer, Mr. 'Gillman, "the general of  the' district inspected the recruits and,  -looking hard at Coleridge with a military,, air, inquired, 'What's your name,  sir?' 'Comberbach' (the name ho had  assumed. ��� 'What do. you come her*  for, sir?' as,if doubting whether he had  any business there.' 'Sir,' said. Coleridge, 'for what most "persons come-  to be made a soldier.' 'Do' you think,'  said the general, 'you can run a'Frenchman through the body?' 'I do' not  know,' replied Coleridge, 'as I have  never tried; ���but I'll let a' Frenchman  run  me through the  body before I'll  'run,away.' ,'That will: do,' said the  general, and. Coleridge was turned into  the ranks."���English .House Beautiful.  - ���       ... -  Do   Animals   Really  Thlnk.,,*"-  "yWe so habitually impute thought to  animals that we come unconsciously to  look upon them as possessing this power," . writes John Burroughs in Harper's Magazine. "Thus the dog seems  to think about his dinner when prompted by hunger or about his home and his  master when separated from them. Th��  bird seems to think about its mate, its  nest, its - young, its enemies. The fox  seems to think about the hound that It  hears baying upon' its track andtries  to elude it; the beaver seems to think  about its dam, the muskrat about ita  house in the fall, the woodpecker about  the' cell in the dozy limb which it will  need as a lodging place in the winter-  that is, all these creatures act as If  they thought. We know that under  similar conditions we think, and therefore we impute thought to them. But  of mental images, concepts, processes  liko our own, they probably have none.  Innate or inherited impulse, which we  call instinct, and outward stimuli explain most of the actions of the animals."  ��� Tlie  JIyi*rale  Tarantula.  The Mygale tarantula sometimes  spreads over six inches square, but  more frequently four or fivo inches. A  shaggy coat of hair 'covers the surface  of the great spider. It-is supplied with  six long, bony legs and two dangerous  pedipalps, or strikers, each armed with  a sharp sting and poison sac. Tho  strikers are frequently mistaken for  two long legs, and from this arises the  idea that the creature has stings on,its  feet. Two powerful projections, resembling jaws, protrude from the head.  Under each of these is a curved poison  fang, similar to a cats claw, but longer  (exactly like those of a rattlesnake),  which may be lifted, extended and  hooked into the victim. A person thus  stung or bitten must cut the tarantula  away at once, for the spider does not  seem willing, to unhook its fangs.7  Crime   niiil,   Science.  Lord Chancellor Harwicke and Chief  Justice Raymond once advised the sovereign that he could 'grant a.pardon to  criminals under sentence of death if  they would consent to undergo medical  experiments for the benefit of,science.  Tlio advice was given in answer to a  question from the crown as to whether  criminals might be spared on their'undertaking to be vaccinated with smallpox virus. In France in 177'j life and  freedom were offered to a galley slave  condemned to' die conditionally upon  his consenting to Ue thrown off a tower seventy' feet In height, he'being  equipped with a ! winged apparatus  whose aerial qualities it-was. desired to  try. The slave consented and, parachuting down in safety, gained bis lib-  Advice the Canadian Orator Gave  Justice Curran.  Writing: to The Argus in reference  to an. article on public speaking Justice Curran says: Your summary of  the lecture brings to mind, the lamented Hon. T. D. McGee. One evening in 1SCS, I was walking with him  across the old Haymarket, now Victoria Square. I was quite young then,  but had already made a few attempts  on the public platform. McGee was  dilating on , the question you have  treated so admirably���the necessity of  thorough preparation before attempting to speak in. public. I can still hear  his voice. "No . one ever - made a good  speech without the, 'preparation of  time���no one ever made a great speech  without the preparation of a lifetime."  A little while before this conversation  he had delivered a speech in which he  made the following quotation:���  "Be thou like the great Apostle,  Be thou like heroic Paul;  If a bold thought seek expression  Speak it boldly, speak' it all.  Speak it boldly, nothing fearing,  The gibbet, rack or rod;  Speak it boldly, all uncaring.  And leave the rest to God." ��  I told'McGee how much Iwas struck  by-the lines, and he appeared gratified' that I should have committed them  to memory. When I'asked him 'who had  written them, he did not reply. I said:  "They-sound like your own"; still ho  remained silerit      '   - -  e . .  " BLANKETS.    -  Tr-IE  LABYRINTH   PUZZLE.  The  More  Sun anil   Alr.Thcr   Get the  Bette*-   l-'or  Them. ,  Blankets should be aired as persistently as mattresses���aired,and shaken,  vigorouslj* every day. ,' - -  .The best kind of blankets to1 buy  varies with the buyer. ..AH, wool are  usually considered the best," but blankets with a cotton warp and wool '.'filling" stand home cleaning better than  those made of all wool/ *���' j  ' No blankets should be washed,, but  instead should be dry, cleaned, to Ieava  them fluffy and light ,But cotton warp  blankets can be washed,-If washed th'ey  must'be, better than any others, though  even' those should ,be done.yvlth greater  care. They should be stretched (curtain frames are gopd if you have them)  fia t-to dry. ' .       ' , <  Watch the bindings. 'They get tattered and torn or soiled easily, but  they're ..too easily rebound to let them  .stay shabby, nang the blankets out'of  doors every little while as well as airing theh. ��is you make the bed, keeping  the principle always before your mind  that the more sun and air they' get the  belter for them���and for you..        . t  ,  See    if    You    Can    Trace    the    Coarse  Taken   hy   the  ToarlMt.  If you were suddenly placed at the  center of the earth, provided with the  accompanying chart and told to start  on a pilgrimage around the world you  would pursue a tangled course before  reaching your home city. A man, so  runs the story, started to make this  trip around the world. Hia starting  point was the black spot on the chart  Ho wanted to stop at some big city,.  IS YOUR LIVER TO BLA!  Here are ihe Symptoms   which  Tell of a Corniest I  Liver and Indicate the Need of '  DR. CHASE'S  KIDfyEY-LflVER PILL.S.  THE M'  , TUB IiABYBrNTH PUZZIiE.  but could, not decide' whether- that  city should bo��London, Paris or New  .York. At last he' decided oh the city  he would first visit and set out at once.  The twisted, snarled lines in the picture i represent  his' course.     Do   you  The tongue ,is coated, the appetite  is impaired, digestion, is deranged,  the bowels are constipated, and there  are feelings of fullness and soreness  about the liver.  You may have headache and dizziness,, pains ln the limbs, feverishness,  yellowness of the eye and skin, depression of spirits, and irritability of temper. ��� ' ir   ,  So great Is the Influence-of the liver  on,the other organs of the body, that  once it is deranged, the whole system  seems to be upset.  There aro no means by which you  can so quickly and certainly obtain  relief from torpid, sluggish liver'.action as by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.. - ,       ,  - (, ���   ,,   ,  One pill at bedtime,,an.d the result  Is a thorough cleansing of the filtering and excretory systems, and new  vigor aud regularity for liver, kidneys  and bpwels. ',       >  No family medicine has .been more  extensively used in Canada than Dr.  Chase's' Kidney-Liver Pills, and none'  has such a reputation- for' reliability  and- certainty of action.  -iii  Enliven the action of the i<Vo  this   well-known   treatment' a'n;r *���  ensure    good   digestion   and   tJ\  action of the bowels���the foutifi,.,  of good health. aatl  Mr.   Roger   Clancy,    farmer   ch  stowe,  Bruce  County, Ont.', stateY  "I ,have    used    Dr.-Chase's   Kid'  Liver  Pills, , and     would    say   .[  there is no medicine that equals ii/  as a cure for stomach troubles ml  ness, torpid liver   and   headache  was troubled a great deal wuh thr-i  ailments before using Dr. Chad's i-V  ney-Liver Pills, and they have "pro,,  wonderfully successful in. my Ca,  ,   "I would not think of .being wY  a box of these pills in the house J\  whenever 1 feel any symptoms otth����  disorders I take one   of   those ml-  and they set me all right,again   j.-,  strongly recommend  Dr. Chastj's ]{Ji  es met]  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver pills',,,  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at a'i .i,��j  ers. or Edmanson, Bates & to -in.  onto. The portrait and signatti.  Dr. A./W. Chase, the famous ,,����-  book author, are on every ben.      *  Cli'ise'  ney-Liyer Pills for the troub!  tioned above."  KiJ  c '/I  WHEN BABY SMILES  When<babyrsmlles mother knows he  is well" and happy.    When he is cross,  want to know what city he weut to?J^allinS    and    fretful, , she   gives   him  Then take a pencil and follow the line  of his travels from the' black spot andc  you will find yourself*at last at the city  he chose, for the lino ends abruptly at  that city. Try" this and see hpw un-  confused you can keep your brain in  tracing thc^ wanderer's . travels.���New  York World. ,    A NEAT  LITTLE JRICK,,  fcBaby's . Own   Tablets,   and - finds   that  Quarter  Marking the Boot's, r  A great many .people on staying at  an English hotel for the first time wonder how it is that "boots" can return  to the-different rooms -the footgear  placed outside the bedroom doors to be  cleaned. This is quite a'simple1 matter.  All-he does" is to take'a piece of chalk,  mark -upon the sole .of'the boot the  number-of the sroom from' which he  takes them and then sends them',downstairs alhtogether to be-cleaned, wben  this has kteen done they, are sorted,  taken upstairs again and deposited  outside their respective doors without  the occupants of the different rooms  knowing lhat they have been removed.  BCott , to    Blake    tlio    Silver  Drop  Into   tho  lint. /-  A very neat trick may be performed  by any  boy with a-hat and, a  silver, liJng theVr     Williams  quarter.    The  quarter  may  be  brand I Orockvillc, Ont,  new, just from the mint, but the' hat  had better be an old one, or at least one  there's a-smile in every dose. ��� These  Tablets, cure, all ; little 'ailments, ot  childhood, such as indigestion, colic,  constipation, diarrhoea, worms and  simple fevers. They make teething  easy, and promote natural .sleep and  repose, and are,' guaranteed.' not to  contain one particle ' of opiate,, or  poisonous'soothing stuff. Mrs. Ro'bt  Dean, Tisdale," N.W.T., says:���','1 find.  Baby's, Own jablets- a perfect .medicine for liitle ones, and always keep  , them in the house." Youi -can get  the 'Tablets'from Tyour medicine dealer  J or by mail 'at' 25 cents a box by writ-  Medicine Co.,  The  Best   Tonic.  Ordinary sour buttermilk is a better  tonic, is a better food, than was ever  bottled or boxed up by the chemist or  doctor. Many a farmer drives miles  away to see a doctor, to get a bottle of  pepsin or cod liver oil or beef extract  when at the same time he is feeding to  his calves good, rich, nutritious buttermilk,, a thousand times better for him  than the stuff the doctor will give him.  ���Medical Talk.  that its owner is not very particular  about, for it is likely to���getra little,  rough handling.   V    "     ,      ��� .   -.  It must be of the pattern known as a  "stovepipe," either silk or beaver. Lay  lt'on its side on top of a gjass tumbler,  and on the .upper side of the hat place  the, quarter. .. - '     '  Now what you ask one of your little  friends to do is to knock tho hat from  under the quarter so'that the latter  will, fall into the-'tumbler.  Every one that tries it will be sure  to strike the hat on its brim, but tliat  will only send it across the room and  the quarter-somewhere-;"on''the floor. ', ,t  -When the feat has been pronounced  Impossible you make a few feints as if  you,0too, were going to strike,it on the  brim, and, then suddenly you give it a  smart tap-*on,the inside of the crown,  when .it will -.jump quickly out and let  the coin, fall' directly dowu into the  , tumbler. >���  Ethel's  Letter  to   Ceclle.   '     '  Dear little Cecile Valory had prom-"  ised to pay a visit to her friend Ethel,  and Cecile was such a sweet little girl  that her visits always brought pleasure.    But when the day for the visit  Deaf ren'Noiii Tlon't Get  Sensilclc.  "Strange thing, but do you know that  ieaf persons'never get seasick?"' said  an old surgeon in the employ of one of  the transatlantic lines recently. ' "This  was found out," he said, "when-a' whole  class of���deaf mutes went abroad some  years ago, and, despite a particularly  rough passage, none of them wanted,  rto lie on the deck and beg somebody to .  heave them( overboard. '  "That's the ' seasick feeling, you'  know. A little investigation proved  that the stomach nerves are. mostly'  controlled by, those of the ear,' and that  deaf persons are not nearly so liable to1  the nausea that comes froiruthe rolling  motion of a ship as arc,others.     '- Y  "The experiment of saturating a ball  of-cotton with cocaine and thus dulling*-  the hearing has been, tried by ship-surgeons since. It gives relief to those who,  dread any sort of a,6ea voyage; but,  after all, the best way to do is to 'feed  the'Ashes' and get over it"  Bizet's   lied   Itlbbon.  Bizet, the author of the' popular opera "Carmen," who died a month after  its  first production,   was   not  at  any  came  it  poured  rain,  and. of   course  "time a lucky man.    He was even dec.  Even Mice Were Scarce.  Brother Bill came home late and went  down to the kitchen to look for a bite.  He found the larder empty and started  back to his room, when tho front door  opened to admit hia brother Jim.  ' "Anything good downstairs?" inquired Jim.  , "Lucky if you  find a mouse," said  Bill.  To  Live   Im  Fact.  Life Is what we are alive to. It Is  not a length, but breadth. To be alive  only to appetite, pleasure, pride, money  making, and not to goodness and kindness, purity and love, history, poetry  and music, flowers, stars, God and eternal hopes, is to be all but dead.���Mai-  tbie D. Babcock.  Doth  of  IHkI>   una  MlRhty  "\Vnyw.  Miss Woodby���My great-grandmother  on my mother's side was noted for her  proud and imperious bearing. Miss  Newitt��� Indeed? Our servant girl's the  same   way.  There are men whp finally consent to  go to work when they can't make a  living in any; other way.���Philadelphia-  Record.   -  Cecile could not go out. So she wrote  a little note of apology to Ethel, who  sent the following letter in reply:  ' Dear Ceclle���I am bo sorry lt rained  and you could not come to seo mo. I  missed you very, very much. Do coma  Just as soon aa you can. Our baby broke'  my biff'doll's face and pulled the littla  doll's wis1 oft. ' So you can sea that my  poor children aro not very well. I hope ta  see you very soon.   Your lovlntr friend,  ETHEL.  Don't you think it was too bad for  the rain to have kept those two little  friends apart, and don't you think that-  Ethel wrote a nice little letter to Cecile7  Dolls  In  Ancient  Greece.  The dolls the classic Greek children  played with were made of wax and  clay decorated with bright colors. As  these children married when they were  very young they played with their dolla  until just heforo their wedding day.  Then they ma.de a sacrifice of all their  toys, dolls and clothes Included. They  dedicated them as a pious offering to  some deity. If the little girl died before she was grown up her dolls were  buried with her. Thus it happens that  wo have been able to learn the kind  and fashion of dolls which comforted  these ancient children. ��� New York  Press.  Tool: Them hy  the Handles.  Philip had gone to bring in the new  kittens to show them to a visitor. Ilia  mother, hearing a shrill mewing, called  out, "Don't hurt the kittens, rhtlip!" ,  From: the liaII came tlie reassuriiig  answer:'.. "Oh, no.' I'm carrying^ them  very carefully by the stems."���Youth's  Companion. 7       . ?Y  Wnntcil-A   Twin. '  If any  little boy  who  reads is  flveVyean  old  today!  And   lirtes   to   look   at   picture   books   and  '   dearly loves .to. play ���    '     "'������.-  '     ':  And ..doesn't   c-.itre   to   sit  on.  chairs,   but  much prefers tho floor,    ��� '  And   measures   just  as   high   as  mo   upOn  our kitchen door 7  And   isn't   frightened    In   the   dark,    but  '      feels a little1 queer���  As if ho'd liko to cuddle up to some one  very neat ���  And means to-be a soldier just the minute  ���   he's a man,.,  To  fight  with  bears  and Indians���and pirates,, if ,he. can-  It there's a boy like that I wish that hi  would please begin '���..-.  Hight now to pack his toys and .come td  bo my little twin!  ���Hannah   G.   Fernaid   In   Youth'a   Com.  ruini/m  orated through a mistake, says a writer, "for his friends, presaging the failure of 'Carmen,' bombarded the minister before tho production and begged a  decoration for M. George Bizet. 'Bizet?'  asked the minister. 'Who is Bizet?'  'A remarkable genius,' was thc reply,  'who has already produced several extraordinarily fine works. Among them  the most popular, is perhaps "L'Arle-  sienne."' * "L'Arlesienne?" ' interrupted the minister. 'Why, it is a perfectly  fascinating book. I read it,with extreme pleasure. Tell your friends that  the thing-is done.' The minister was  not'musical, but he had read a novel  oy Alphonse Daudet, and Bizet won his  red ribbon."  Wr"   ' Y   '  "'���i, THE .AFTERNOON NAP  tt, ______ '  e. i '    1.  Ilovr ,It   Helped   OncVVrrvoun AVraJ  < ,        Uaclc   to Health.  , "Why do,,I keep -so good natii-j**!  she said laughingly, to a group iiJ  friends., "It's the, old story���an'fel  noon nap., I absolutely refused' loVl  lleve it for a long time, but at Im'.V  was driven to it on a visit wJiwedl  " the rest, family'and guests, retired soJ  a'fter dinner for an hour's rest. I usedl  to  take a book and prepare' to cnjojl  " myself for that'leligth of tluie, hut thiil  'seeihed to worry my hostess, who evi-1  ' dently did not feel comfortable to .gol  away and leave me alone. So after-a 1  time I went up with tlie others, layI  down on the bed and took my nap, undl  now I am so wedded to it that'i cannot  'do without it   You  know ever, sine. I  .that attack of nervous prostration ll  get easily tired and irritated���nervous,]  my family are charitable enough to callf  lt Things, go easily enouch in thf|  morning, but in the -afternoon every.j  thing vyould worry me, and'lt seemed [  impossible to keep serene. Kow things I  go as smoothly, as possible. As soon'aij  luncheon is over, -after a-few mlnuttij  .spent on 'necessary household direr.f  tions, I go upstairs, take off my cloth-1  ing, put ou my nightdress and lie Joirnj  'for a half or three-quarters of auliour'ij  nap���not longer, or else I feel stupid toil  the rest of'the day. 'After'an'unliurried/  -toilet I come "down feeling gnalyre-l  freshed and ready'for eltha"ro\.o<i��1  'play.   I know my family are rejolcfii^  - in   my   recovery   from   neryousness-  lBrown-Book. *   ,".���;,' r.    ''   -,-      ,      ->. i  LAUNDRY- LINES.      '  The First Siege Gins.  It has been stated that it was in 1G67,  at the siege of Candia, in Crete, that  siege guns were first used. This statement is contradicted, however, by a  writer, who says that just before the  siege of Constantinople a Hungarian-or  Wallachlan canuon founder named Urban cast In 3452 at Adrlanople a cannon "which remained for many years  the wonder of Europe and marks an  epoch In the continually increasing  power of guns." Urbau's cannon was  dragged by sixty oxen to Constantinople in 1-153 and threw a stone ball of  1,200 pounds weight. It was fired seven times a day and once each night  Tho Turks used at the siege two other  cannon nearly as largo aud altogether  had fourteen batteries, each, containing  four guns, along the length of the wall.  Table linen should never be starched,  and 'the polish should only be'acquired  by careful ironing.  If the iron is stood on a clean wbita  brick when set down it will keep hot  much longer than if placed on a metal  rest  From a purely sanitary standpoint  there Is no washboard equal to tha ona  made of glass, especially, if there l��  sickness ih the house.'  Insist upon your laundress putting a  tablespoouful of borax into the water  in which flannels are washed and there  will be no danger of their not being soft j  and white.  If you .have black or tinted cambrlcij  or muslins you hesitate to trust to ttil  laundress, give them a 'dip yourself into 1  .water with w.hich you hare stirred a  teaspoonful of black pepper. This ll  also said to save gray and buff linen  from spots when rinsed in the first -Kilter.        .       '  Papa���What! Daughter���I wish to  marry the duke. Papa���Well, I'll fillip! Daughter���I knew you would, yon  dear old popper you, but the duU  wants  to  know   how   much.  We easily  known only  cauld.  forget   crimes   that  nre  to   ourselves.���Rochefou-  ',:-.'  It Pleased  the  Composer.     .  A curious story, is told as to how.the  Rothschilds supported Carafa, the composer. The latter was far from rich;  His principal income was, derived from  a snuffbox. And, this was the way of  it: The snuffbox was given to the author of "La Prison d'Edinbourgh" by  Baron James de Rothschild as a token  of esteem. Carafa sold it twenty-four  hours later for 75 napoleons to the  same jeweler from whom it had been  bought This became known to Rothschild, whp gave it again to the musician on the following year. The, next  day it returned to tbe jeweler's. This  traffic continued till the death of the  banker and longer still, for his sons  kept up the tradition, to the great sat-  1 Isfaction of Carafa.  TBIS MESSAGE  IS FOR WOMEHi  DAME   BRMDETTE   CURED  OF ALL  HER PAINS BY DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS.  Suffered   for  Years   before   she  fo--nd  Quick  Relief in the  Great Canadian  ��� Kidney  Remedy.  ��� St. Rose du\'Degele,'.Temiscouta���Co.,;  Que., ; April... 24;��� (Special)���Suft'er'.'-S  women all oyer Canada will read wi"*  feelings, of interest, and relief the experience of Dailies Amadee Bradettc ot  this place.  "It gives me pleasure.to he able to  teil." says Dame''Bradette,'"that I ��"!���.  cured of all the ills I,suffered for'a  number of years. I found in Doii-ls  Kidney Pills quick relief from al!  pains. I only had to take one'box if  bring back .my health, and in fivo  months I have had no return or my  trouble."  Those troubles known only, to .women always ..spring from disordered  Kidneys. The female organs are entirely dependent On the Kidneys.  Dodd's Kidney Pills never failto cure  the kidneys. That is why they always  bring health, strength and cheerfulness to weak, run-down,-jiufEering women. ,        ������*  M<  WESTERN  ^ series <  , their lb  tl  Among!;!-)  hlKW1 lives  Ieciic'8- 6tVn!i  f cM/eiience:  the printin  in 'the" wes;  oldest.   ^V  uianagerY  Mr. Fox  ' Clinton, rH  years agb,j  lie schools  was taken  Mr. Holm  new acqtii  bhow 'hiiri  foi m, and;  the compj  ���p.as up aqg��  was, tina'Cf  time ,pass(  be .lnipps's  i Xe\\-Brayi  | most efli'tr-ii  in fact Iii:  '. widely nkhr  ln iherssj  {not resist,!  I Being ofjje  Nelson, rvyi  I pommeiit';  , lta.ioba��.  ot uk Moi  , tji/iredaii  1 r/Kfl .���rick  ' iwj- rcqliir  ! Bitr, as tit  j at Aand 7��c  '' trade.   ��A  j be. resortt  boring nfit  jilank, au  of the or  of hoard11  the hillY;  j helped to  are still !;k  ing to tile'  at iho pre  I to-date, p'r'i  , up the jot  When Vt  i C.P R. wa  and came  \ rapidity. 7  i R'lway A:  I .'1 places;  I to the ne.i  Ea'Kc the  tor, the na  Nto the,]  I later a 'cc  took con tt  hnoUipr 'n  former pi-  H to the  1 tinned in-)  through 7a  fi Hit.    "W'l  sufficient",  tion of a-.'i  | this sket.'c  "witli the"'  w-*h Rev,  i PMl'llC'ltioi  I T1<:*> pub!  | fair siioee  I.showed -Ac  I i*uce of i  Minard's I  istotna  bilious  Your  re.ri.cd  , "Jletnr  '"rtfeut v  f'-lih -...,  '"''���-���apj.ri  4!L,-ri"~T  -3  Y in   thil
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his old employer, in. which capacity
he served with satisfactory results
till about two years ago, when he
bought a controling interest in the
Morden. Empire, and took upon himself the'management Under his control the Empire has prospered in everyj
department. It is now acknowledged
to be one of the best made up and
printed weeklies in the province, and
the product of the job department is
second to none.. Mr. Fox never made
any attempt at editorial work, but
confined his efforts to local reporting
and the -mechanical department, in
which capacities he is most proficient.
The Empire always contains every-;
thing of local interest and Is much appreciated' by its numerous readers. |
, Apart from business Mr. Fox has
always been a leader in all that aided
in developing the town, and bringing
it into its present place of prominence.
In social and musical circles his value
is and always has been inestimable,
fie is prominent, in church work, and
'highly respected by all.     ,     -      ,
After nine years' absence at the coast] cracks. It is a full bill, and an inter- Dr. W. H. Wiley, chief of the Bur-
Mr. Galbraith returned and amalga- esting one. The cards are now in the eau of Chemistry of the Department
mated the Herald and Monitor into the hands of the printers and copies may of Agriculture, was asked the other
Mordcn Chronicle, Mr. Fox once more be had on application to the secretary i day by a reporter why he did not in-
taking  his  position  as  foreman  with  of the Exhibition'board, I vestigate    rouge.     "Rouge,"    the-, re-
- - ■ •■ J I)0m.r  f,iiid,  "may  be   very   harmful,
', very poisonous, sir. Don't you think
that it requires "invesiisation?" Dr.
Wiley, smiled. "No," he answered, "I
can't say I do. If rouge were poisonous unnumbered women would have
died of it long ago. "By the way, I'll
toll you a queer thing about rouge. It
is something I came upon one day in
a pharmacy, and I think it illustrates
an odd phase of human nature. "A
young girl was buying a pot of rouge
and I heard her murmur io the clerk:
"You guarantee that this will not rub
off?" "I do indeed," the clerk answered. "This, like all our rouges, is warranted to' stand the hardest kiss of investigation that any of your women
friends will try on it."
Double Strength.     Finest Aroma.     Absolutely Pure,
Manage
MR.  NEIL  FOX.     „   <
r of The   Morden ' Empire.
Coughing is an outward sign  of
'    ,   *  inward disease.
Cure the disease with
's ■-
The Lung -
Tonic
and the cough wiU stop.
Try   it   to-night.     If   it  doesn't
benefit   you, , we'll   glvo - your '
money back..
Prices: ' „ -S. C. Wblls & Co. 807
■25c. 50c. SI    LeRoy, N.Y.. Toronto. Can.
A Coffee Cnlenlntloii.        '
A variation of the old blacksmith calculation by which tlie progressive doubling of sums beginning with a cent
for the first nail bring-"  tlie price  of
shoeing  a  horse  up  to a stupendous
sum is used by an Arch street grocer to
advertise his  coffee with striking effect.   The grocer displays a sign reading,  "If  one grain of our coffee was
placed on the first square of a checkerboard, two on Uie second, four on the
third, and so on, doubling throughout
the  whole sixty-four squares the total number arrived at would be 1S,41G,-
7-14,073,551,G15 coffee beans,' or'7,000,-
DlS.l'.y-LSS-i.COl pounds of coffee.    This
would    represent' '331,701,808,107    car
loads, and a freight train i?ro carry it
would be 3,057,811,-1,00 miles in length.
It'would reach around the earth 158,-
313 times and would extend 42 times
the,distance between the earth and tlie
sun.    The quantity  would  make 13,-
874,337,802,902,130 gallons of coffee and
would cost at 28 cents a pound $372,-
107,300,SOi3,397.20.*    If  each  person in
.the country drank three cups daily.it
would take lhe entire population of tho
* United", States 2,-H2,S01 years to consume it."        - "Y"
The Tea which received the Highest Award at the
St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Sold only in Sealed
Lead Packets.    25c,  30c, 40c, 50c, 60c. per pound.
Bv All  Grocers.
STOP   THE   PAIN   BUT   DESTROY    THE
STOWIACHr-Thin lit sudlj. too often tho c»s». So
mnn> iiKUhftoui noitruiri« tn-rportln« to can, In the
mil flo thotiintimit imtnf.nx.ly mores harm thKn noon.
l)r Von Pt*n'«l'rn<.»pple Tableware* purely «*«-
tul/le- pApun prei.Krn.tion. an hnrmlra »«, inllH. Uns
uilnr eatinc pre.enU anv 4in*rdor of the diBOttlTfl
.urcan...   CO in a box, 35 cents.- 40
orihting and .publishing business
tlS-wit°can be, classed WngUw
est.   We    refer    to Mr. Neil *ox,
the prihtin
in 'il
Snager'of the Morden Empire.
M-  Fox 'was   born  in-thc town of
'Clinton 'Huron Co., .Qntario,.about 45
vears ago. and after attending the pub-
ie sclmol till he was 13-years « age,
was taken as "devil" on rite N^*£
Mr   Holmes, the proprietor, took the
Jew icquisition to the staff in hand to
show 'him the dutie/s he was to per-
foim. and the Apprentice, upon seeing
Pit "omps. slicking type,  thought he
**Y up against something-,that for him
■Aas ..uiiaccomphshable.    However, r as
time .passed,  that which  appeared to
be. impossible'became  easy  and  the
New-Era devil became lhe fastest aud
most efficient compositor in the office,
in fact his reputation ,for speed was
widely „kn own. ■•
ln the spring of 1SS0 Mr.1 Fox could
i not resist the temptations of the west.
j Being offered a position lie came to
Nelson, which at that time was th'e
Tiromineiu judicial centre of Southern
llaiflioba, and took the l'oremanship
ot fte Mountaineer, published,, by Mr.
[ 3.T. CaHiraith:"" In1 those days it re-,
quirpdacian'who was able to do more
fas,.-tick typo to be a, printer. J-Ie
Ass required to have, unlimited ingen-
mty, as thei;o were-no'type'founderies,
at/Kind to supply all*the wants of^the
trade. ,All kinds of'devices had" to
' be. resorted to.< Cases were made'-by
1 boring auger holesjn spuares of thick
! plank, andYvtioii any display line-out.
of ihe ordinary was desired a piece
of hoard' aud a jaokr-knifo had to fill
the bill. .Many pf tho oddities that
helped to equip the oflice at that time
arc still kept as relics. Before resorting to the home manufacture of such
at ihe piosent time, most so-called up-
to-date, pi inters would be apt to 'throw
up the job.
When   the  Pembina branch   of  the
CPR. was   built   Morden   sprang up
, and tame into prominence with great
[ rapidity.   Nelson, without arty hope of
jti-lway facilities, was at its end, and
J -'I places of business were transferred
I to the new towD.    One of the first to
I Ealtc the move was the public"educa-
tor, the name of which was then changed to the Manitoba News.   Some years
later a company was   formed   which
took control and gave the publication
another name,    Thc    "Monitor,"  the
[former proprietor,  Mr.  Galbraith,  go-
| *ng to thc coast.   ,Mr. Fox still  con-
I "-fa-ed in  the  capacity . of    foreman
' "'-rough all  the changes   of   manage-
[••Mit.  "When the town developed to a
sufficient degree to merit the inauguration of a second paper, the, subject of
wis sketch severed    his    connection
"Mui the Monitor,  and in  partnership
^■'h Rev, H. J. Borthwick. began the
Pwl'lir-ation  of  the    Morden    Herald.
I J'i:s publication   was  continued  with
I -air siiocpss for about four years, and
i s.Knved :o advantage the long exper-
1lcucc of its mechanical  management
U.,S.  FISHERMEN    ENTIRELY''EX-
"■ .   '   CLUDED.
St. John,' Nfld.—Ther upper 'house of
the colonial legislature has passed
Premier Bond's bill excluding American ' fishermen from Newfoundland
waters.- The bill provides that American fishing vessels found within three
miles of the'coast'of Newfoundland
with bait, supplies of outfit purchased
at any port in ^-.e island, will be seized
and forfeited together with their cargoes., The bill was amended so as to
permit the suspension of its operation
at the, discretion of the government,
The governor's assent, to-, the bill i3
expected before the end of the week,
prmitting the enforcement, of the new
law. .-,.', ?'
, '     ' .Frlendlr Mnrder. .
When  Commodore  Billings- and Mr.
Main'were on the river Kahima they
had for attendant a young man from
Kanoga, an island between Kamchat-
"ka and North,America. One day Mr.
Main asked him, "What,will the savages do to me if I fall into their power."
-,-  "Sir," said the youth,',"you will never fall  into their power if  I remain.
with you.    I  always  carry; a  sharp,
knife, and  if I  see you .pursued and
unable   to  escape  ,1   will   plunge; my
knife into your heart; llum tbe savages
can do nothing" to you."  ,
' This recalls the words of the French
knight reported by Joinville.    "Swear,
to'me,"-said Queen-Margaret, "that if |
the Saracens become'masters of Daml-j
etta'you .will cut oft my head before'
{fJey can take mo." '
"Willingly," returned the knight. "I
had already thought of doing so if the
contingency arrived."    ,
Doctor—-I don't think it is anything
very serious, but you will have to stay
in hed at least two weeks. ' Patient-
Say, doctor! do you know that this is
a rfour-dollar-a-day hotel? Doctor-
Yes;  I'm a friend of the proprietor.
Parents buy Mptlier Graves' Worm
Exterminator because they know it is
a safe medicine, for their children and
an effectual expeller of worms.
"OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES"
STATIONARY'AND PORTABLE
iron Lathes, 8-T5-12 ft.; Planes; Bolt
Cutters; Band Saw; Colamn Shapers;
Wood Lathes; Surface Planes; Steam
Engines and Boilers; Blacksmiths*
Tools; Elevator' Machinery; Threshers' Belting.
Two 4-h.p. Gasoline Engines, 2nd hand.
BURRIDCE-C00PER CO.-; LTD.
152 Henry Ave., East, Winnipeg
vulsively. >■ Croat beads stood on his
brow. His features were distorted
with anguish. He gnawed his moustache. "Can't you Martha," he groaned ; can't you make it easier for mc?"
•'Yes, G<?orge," said the young .woman.
"1 snore, dreadfully."
, Mr. Goodfellow—The sight of au old
schoolmate is—er—well, it might be
called,both,meat and drink. Mrs.
Goodfellow—Yes,. that's what you
men usually do in the circumstances.
Mr. Goodfellow—Eh? Mrs. Goodfellow—Meet and drink.
CATARRH AND COLDS RELIEVED IN ,10
TO 60 IVIINUTFS.—One nbort poS of tho hrpnlli
ihroufrh the blower iuppHn". with ewVi pottle of l?r.
".L-tifw-. CeiUrrhul Towner dlffu"i« lhjr< pokcIoi-ow>r
tli.. -iirfiire of Uie' na'al i/ni-a-c* Painle-v. i\nei de-
li.'htinl loiiM*." It relieve* in-tantl>. bu.I nermnn
t'nth cure- rat/in h, haj, f<".ar, inl'K hendiii'lio, sorte
thioat. tonslHtii anel dci.ifne-.-".   60 e(int«.'-tl <
Weak,' Tired People
.NEED   NEW   BLOOD   IN  SPRING TO
BRINGHEALTH AND STRENGTH.
Minard'
s Liniment Cures  Dandruff.
5HSSSH
Spring blood is bad blood. It - is
clogged with impurities "that make
themselves felt in many- ways, such as
pimples and eruptions,,poor digestion,
occasional - headaches, /twinges ,of
rheumatism,' a lazy /feeling ,in' the
morning, and a strong .desire to avoid
exertion. Sometimes the nerves are
•unstrung, you'feel-dull and depressed,
and vour strength is slipping away.
You, can only be put right by .enriching the blood -and driving • out the
impurities.' Purgatives won't do this
—thev only make you weaker. What
you needfuls a tonic, and the best
tonic that medical science has yet
discovered is Dr. Williams' Pink
IHlls These pills actually make new,
rich red blood, brace the nerves and
bring health and energy to weak, despondent aud easily tired men, and
women. Mrs. . Chas. Blackburn,
Aylesford Station, N.S.. says: "tor
the past ten years Dr. .Williams Pink
Pills is the only medicine I have taken
when I found 1 needed medicine. Last
spring I was'feeling poorly, was weak,
easily-tired and depressed. I got three
boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and
they made me feel like a new psrson.
Thoy are the best medicine I know oi
when the blood is out of condition."
If you need a medicine this-spring-
arid there arc few people who do not
—take a few boxes of Dr. Williams
Pink Pills, and you will find an improved appetite and new health and
strength such as no other medicine
can give you. There is no disease of
the blood these pills will not cure,
simplv because they make the new,
rich blood that drives disease from
the system. The genuine Pink Pills
have the k full name, "Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People,"' on the
wrapper around each box. Sold by
all medicine dealers or by mail at 50
cents a box or six boxes for S2.50 by
writing the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
Peculiarities ot Ijicliena.
The lichen is remarkable for'the great
age to which it lives, there being good
grounds for believing that they endure
as long' as, a hundred years. Their
growth is exceedingly slow, almost beyond belief, InSicating that only a little
nourishment is necessary to keep them
alive. In'a dry^'time they have the powder to suspend growth altogether, renew-
lng.it again at the fall, of rain. This
peculiarity alone i3 enough to make the
lichen a vegetable wonder, as it is a
property possessed by no other species
of plant Another interesting fact about
lichens is that they grow only where
the air is/free from dust and smoke.
They maybe said to be a sure indica-^
tion of the purity of the air, as they are
"never ' found   growing .in   cities   and
"Say," asked the vwrathful patron
over the 'phone, "what do you mean
by this item of overtime in your'hill?
You didn't put in any overtime on my
work."- "Yes I did," soothingly replied
the plumber. "You kept me waiting
ten ..minutes that evening while you
told me what you thought of-me'for
putting in a full day on a two hours'
job." '       '
The greater , the irritation in the
throat the more distressing the cough
becomes. Coughing is the effort of
Nature to expel this . irritating substance from the air passages. Dickie's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup will heal thc
inflamed parts; which exude mucous,
and restore them ,to a healthy state,
the cough disappearing under the curative effects of the medicine. It is
pleasant to tho taste, and the price,
25 cents,-is within the reach ,of all.
'A country editor was,.' appointed
through 'some misapprehension or,
other' to the city editorship of 'a leading daily. The first day of his appointment a fierce fire swept the town—a
fire, lot us say, like that which devastated Baltimore last winter. Thc managing editor sent for the new city edi-
i tor and asked him what arrangements
RUNNINC SORES', the ontcom* ot nB«l*rt.et
lin-d hloo.l. haws a never-f»l|init lmiinfln Or, Agnew's
Ointment. Will heu.1 the' "noil i-i-inborn. cases.
Sewthe" irritntion iilmoet instantly after first application. It rulleic- all Itchinlf and hurnlna skin dls-
«a»cei lij,u duy.    ll curei piles ln 3 to 6 nights.-38
"I have discovered a new humorist,"
said John Kqndrick Bangs at luncheon
the other, day. "I 'went, into a book
shop in Forty-second street last Saturday and aslced for an English translation or? Homer's Iliad and"the Odyssey
and Henry James'- 'Golden Bowl.' "1
can give you the ILiad.and the Odyssey
dnit I don't think thero is -an English
translation of Jionry James' 'Golden
Bowl," replied the clerk." ''
Beware of  Ointments  for Catarrh that Coifilasn Mercury.
as niore-urv will surelj-dostro". the ran** of smell and
ronii.leteh elurant-e the whole leyntein wbun eii-.erluil
itthioimh lh« liucou. rerfaios.. hue h lu tide-* ihou\i
Sum 1.1-nft-i! oitept oa pri.»„riptio:i« froin rf.puti.bU
phN.ic-iaii.*. a. the di/mate tW will .low tenfolel »
the kooO >nu 11,11 pert-.tvly dl/r.'O rron llieia ll.ji.1 *
Catarrh dure, uioi/utsrwrtrl hy 1. J Ch.'liuy * -
'Toledo O., contuiaei no mercury, an"! In luken internal!*/, actinii ilroctl) upon tho bloO'l anil mucpnmur
Ueblc-s Fit enrs lor c.v,^yj  -»«;
reynniiiH-ndi-*! to tho afflicted.   II y«
suffer from
It It will bo »<nt by ma/1
•.iWd lt um cund
Wro ever7thi:i« ah* ba*
Uilrd.
Whrn writlni; monuon
thu e.aiu'r. and  £lvo  full
^L_1^£^^z«:vr..r«d^
Applicant—I see you advertised for
a floorwalker, sir. Manager—Yes.
-Have you had any experience in that
line? Applicant—Two pairs of twins,
sir. , , '
by  I''. J.   Clieny   *  Oo.
bo mir* J.OU >-. ***« genuine
and made ln*V-.">"-". *Jl,1°.
Tesitlujouials ueo.       _  .       „ ,   ..,
Sold In Drugti-its.,. Price, 16c. r«r bottle,
tBTulce flail'slaullly PU1» for con-tlpatioi
towns; where the atmosphere Is impreg-1 he had mad(? £or    rGportins    the fire
nated with dust, soot, smoke and other i £u]ly aml accurately.   "Why," said the
| new man, ""I've made none." "None,"
' "Now," chortled the amateur Sherlock Holmes to his lady partner, "it is
easy to see 'that gentleman yonder, is
not married." ."Pray, how can you
tell?'-' "By his neglected air; his
frowsy,appearance. No woman would
let a man go about like that. His coat
lacks two buttons,1 you perceive, and
he is'not brushed." "Still," said the
lady, "he is married." "You know him,
then?"   "1 am his wife!" . (,
Minard's-Liniment Cures Burns, etc. '
'" HORSEMAN, ,READ THIS.
1 have used MINARD'S LINIMENT
in my stable for over a year, aud consider it the'VERY' BEST for horse
fiesh I can get,-and would .strongly
recommend it to all horsemen. ,
GEO. ~*j(JGII.
Livery Stables,' Quebec.
"F '   95/ to 103 Ann St.
ure blood always shows
M-aevhe're;-'''' If the skin, then
boils, Dimples, rashes.   If the
nerves, then neuralgia, nerv- |
ousness,.depression.   If the
stomach, then dyspepsia,
piousness, loss of appetite.
'our doctor knows the
reniedy, used for 60 years.
i./'"r'let.'"'aln« fro'« tne Otisan -~u, I -«r»» »
Ur'lfi,' "■•«*-'»•• My blood -am bad, sadBT
Siiri,.   y"'i B&no-   J*"t * *»*» bottles of Ayert
"P^rUU coroplototT cured me.
Dcotni.EE, Scran ton, r*.
J. o. xtkb OO.
r_ _ l^nrell.   Mass
lOr a wis ...nuiilii iis/.wic
e Hood
A'ti^5^31'^81*^^	
fe«w«»iP ®areaparlHa by keeping tho
w«wo|s regular  with  AyerV t»"»--
T-Mlts.
1905   INDUSTRIAL   EXHIBITION.
With purses totaling ?13,0G0, tho
card of races for the *?'*™iPeS Ind"8-
trlal Exhibition, running from July
'0 to 27 offers sufficient openings to
suit all classes of entries. In many of,
the running events special fa%or is
shown horses bred in Man toba the
Territories and British Columbia In
the way of weight, an extra a lbs. allowance being made in several of the*
rucos
i    In the trotting events too there are
many chances for good money,    i.ue
classes range from the free-for-all, UP
''■to. the 2':35.trot or 2.40 pace, with purs-
i'es ranging'from $1200 down to ?400.
'There are twelve of these events, any
! one  of which  should  prove  a  strong
i drawing  card     for.   Manitoba ^horses
i have proved their nettle too often to
take a second place anywhere.    Then
' again provision has    been    made for
three extra races at §200.-each the con-
rditions of which have been W Mil. the   of lt.
j entries start to come m, so that the-
I"events .may be made to fit ini to the.
|best advantage with the character of.
the entries. ,. ,      ,,
The Dominion Industrial mile handi-
caP, with a purse of *900 insight
'should prove a strong factor, and the
secbnil free-for-all, which in reality is
i what the special race of .Juiy -w
iamounts to, gives a,splendid opening
| to owners of fast ones, who do not
'care to send their horses against the
Impurities.
A  Bird's   Weapon,
Birds while still in the egg,have a
sharp," boruy spike attached to tho upper part of the beak, by means-of
which they are assisted in breaking
out of the shell. This prominence becomes opposed to the shell at various
points in a line extending all around
the e— at about one-third of the egg s
lengtiTfrom the large end. It makes a
series of little holes, thus weakening
the shell, and when the chick arrives
at a certain stage of strength and de-
Telopmcnt it has no difficulty in break-
in" out In the common fowl this little
weapon drops off a day or two after it
is hatched, but on the pigeon and birds
that, are fed by their par-cuts it sometimes remains for-two weeks. -   |
SUngers of Greece.
The Acarnanians were considered the
most skillful slingers of Greece. These
weapons were used uot only to'throw
stones, but balls of lead, and In some
localities, especially in the plain of
Marathon, many of these metal projectiles havo been found. The relics are
Interesting from the inscriptions and
devices cut upon them., which consist
of the names of persons and appropriate epithets, the legend »•■> ™an/ =**?
meaning when fully translated    ■".««*
out!"
said the managing editor. " Good
gracious, man', why none?" '"What's
the use printing anything about a fire
like this?" said the city .editor. "It's
such a big fire that everybody in town
will go to see "it for himself.';
THE GOVERNOR'S WIFE A   PRISONER.-
Mr*. Z.' A. Van Luren is the wife of the Rovernor
of tho county jail.' Kaiiiiioe. Ont.. vriui a great «ulfer-
jr^reim rlidumfttam. When tho b*st doctors In the
community aud "VpecialinU" failed to help hor, *he
buried her looptism of proprietary remedies nnd
pureihaied South American Rheumatic Cure. 4 bottles oureel her.—I'i
"Look
Customer—You said you'd finish
that job if you had to stay up all night
to do it. Dealer (snappishly)—.Well,
I didn't have to stay up all night. This
is a fiee country.
M
inard's Liniment for sale everywhere
A. gentleman whose nose had been
lost was invited to tea. "My dear,"
said the good lady of the house to her
little daughter, "I want you to be very
particular and to make no remarks
about Mr.   J 's   nose.'
Gathered
around the table, everything was going
well- tho child peeped about, looked
rather puzzled and at last startled the
table- "Ma, whv did you tell mo to say
nt.thi.ng about Mr. J 's nose?    He
hasn't got any."
Brown—Did 1 ever tell'you th'e story
about the dirty window, Green? Green
—No;-tell it to me. .Brown—It's no
use—you couldn't "see through it.*   '   ~
ENGLISH SPAVIN, LINIMENT.
'Removes.' all hard, soft" or calloused
lumps and blemishes fiom horses, blood
s-wivin, curbs, splints, ringbone sween-
pv stifles, sprains, sore and swollen
throat, coughs, etc. «.«ve ?50 by use
of one botlc. Warranted thc most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known.
Ethel—Where   did   you   learn   such
beautiful love  talk, Willie?    .Your pa
and ma don't seem so lovin,'-    "lUl&
No, but' we kept a pretty maid.
Whiting—Since my son has been at
college the things he has learned are
perfectly marvellous. 'Biting—I've no
doubt of it, but I wouldn't worry. He 11
forget,them all after a few years.   L
The following dialogue'' was overheard in a drug store: .Druggist (to
little girl customer)—Did you say
pills, miss? Little .Girl—Yes sir,
please. ■ Druggist—Antihilious?cLittle
Girl—No, sir, but uncle is.
A Carefully Prepared Pill.—Much
time and attention were expended in
the experimenting with the - ingredients that, enter into the composition-
of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills before
they'were brought to the state in which
they were first offered to the public.
Whatever other pills* may be, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are thc result of
much expert study, and all persons
suffering from dyspepsia or disordered
ljver and kidneys may confidently accept them as being-what they are represented to he? .       <   <
 !     ,-     -    A
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
Wifkins—I believe that dog of mine
Knows  as much as   1   do.    Bii'kins
Hum    I've    seen .smarter dogs than
that.
o
A Successful Medicine—Everyone
wishes to be successful in any undertaking in which he may engage. It is
therefore, extremely gratifying to the
proprietors of Parmelee's Vegetable
Pills to know that their efforts to compound a medicine which would prove
a blessing to mankind have been successful beyond their expectations, ine
endorsation of these Pills by the public is a guarantee that the pill has
been produced which will fulfil everything claimed for it.
"When a barrister of only a few
months' experience." said a lawyer, "I
had occasion to examine a negro wit
ness". I was getting along fairly well
until I asked the negro what was his
occupation. "Ise a carpenter, sah," he
said. "What kind o a carpenter?" I
asked "They calls'me a jack-leg carpenter." "What is a jack-leg carpenter?" "He is a carpenter who is not
a fust-class carpenter, sah." "Well,
explain fully -what you understand a,
jack-leg carpenter to be," I insisted.
"Boss," said the witness, "I declare I
dunno how to splain any mo', 'cept
to say it am jest the same difference
'twixt you and a fust-class lawyer."
When a. Horse I/i Dorrn.
When a witness In an English court
the other day remarked that it was
necessary to sit on a horse's headjheu
be was down to k^p him quiet U e
judge replied: "Nothing of the kind
People don't seem to understand taat
the only thing necessary Is to get hold
of his ear and keep his nose up in the
air 1 have seen a lady keep a horse
quiet in that way without soiling her
gloves."' ■ ■.■     ■■■;_■_ '"..   '.•      ■.'•''.■''■...•
OTercoralnR nin Temper.
"Prospective . Mother-in-law --Before
you marry my son I want tp tell you
now that he has a. frightful temper.
Prospective Daughter-in-law-Ob, that s
nothing!' Mamma will cure him of
5iat. I used' to have a frightfully bad
temper m
To Know is to Prevent.—If the miners who work in cold water most of
the day would rub their feet and legs
with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil they
would escape muscular rheumatism
and render their nether limbs proof
sucalnst tho ill effects of exposure to
the cold. Those setting out for mining
regions would do well to provide themselves with a supply before starting.
yself, but mamma cured me
Senator W. A. Elsberg was talking
i in tho Capitol at Albany about a ecr-
• tain  legislative    defeat.    "They   tooK
their defeat with resignation,   he said.
"It was   vou  see, softened  and made
palatablYfor them.   I-belleve in that.
I believe in tempering    victory,   with
-niercv     always."      Senator   , Elsberg
smile'ck    "I admire heartily," he said,
"the kindness of ■the Troy-girl,who re
fused the civil engineer's offer of marriage     "The   engineer,   on  being  refused   groaned   'aloud.    "Martha,    he'
said   make it easier for.me to bear.
He opened and shut   bis   mouth con-
reduces w*-sh de.y drvdrfery and ^c,reo.ses
your leisure time. It is an easy. Q^k"
clea.AsmfJ soap th.xt makes your clothes pvire
e.n.a white without tho least mfury. Hard or
foh ^Ltet-will do and you don't  have to boil
the clothes. ^       ,   . _
Buy Sunlight.
Your grocer  is   instructed  to refund  your
money if you are not satisfied. ->°s
Lover Brotrtiors   Limit**!
Toronto
jVot   MisJiitlRc'cl.r
"You misjudge me," said the hypocrite reproachfully. "I admit I am- a
poor, weak mortal/but lying is not one
of my failings." .
"It certainly is riot," agreed the hard
hearted man. "It is one of your successes."
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7; and ur.tcU-.-j nam!)!*. i"n'0S- '.s.iy*'.     I'V- *>-1 *-'-.' ' o  * .-.  ?M*U'  T��  /Ji  h  **��s**^  3  ��� i ,ji."1i. d  ME LBADER  L-h. c. iu id, interest ol the people   O W ft      l*J ft Q g^ p fltt Q Q  o f M oy i o a nd Eas t Kootenay. "s * ~*      3 5 'J ^ d y tJ 12 ^ *^ ^  e,d that quest  ���e bunoiicial.  DR. SCOTT'S R 77  xfiU & tsO.,   -   -   -    Publishers.  i'.ATKS fl? .���jUBSCKIPTION*.  .���**! .nTi'.ir..  .?2.00  We are often aske,d that quest ion. and we h.ivo   several   preparations that are bunoiicial.    Ono of the best wo think is  r-'.TUI-PAy, MAY 0,1905.  '���3.3 "1  ������    It  Tap.*., ���  ���cei*fl��'i  ���Hard  a,can ���  or A  army,,  not c  Vuaur  ,���Fei  Subi  and y  from  No:'  tho p'  Coast  being  ���sb C.���  "can b',  ���There '  rnarri ���  'tuble^  'you c  used I  ,  answc  ble:-"  "make  make '  tion _  sion i  e  Cliiiml.f  '     "Mi  railro, -  '"    ', ...  and  grippet  f"\Ve*f  " liehie '  seems  'severa  'no om ���  liestj.1  and oc  adult  ' and   <  Atom"  ���_-rt~������ra���4 *-  1'. Pill  .-un;, U  -    \vuhi  ,-e"U,'l/  J .hn  '���it ,lnn  i \.K1  ;,,ie.! J  A,- nt bl  ior tlio  'io Ki'*.  ��ouite*<:  liOi.CC,  ^romi'l  lie-1 r A ]  '.(he. Knocker,  It, cures Hoari-sc-ness, remo/os Soreness   ami   breaks   upj'a JOoId.  'Costs 50 cents a bottle tit the  P. O. Drug and Stationery Store,  ,. y. K. HARVIE.  n Prescriptions carelully pispaied.  .Meets every Tuesday evening jn their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. G. MON^CKOUSR, r. J. SlIYTII,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  ritorniETOR.  'i-iiu I "o'cl.eria ".voire than a btiji-  -s.tij, T.hf ijuzzurd lives, on the dead, J  -.*,�� j iudji-i to puiify 'the atmosphere*  '.-.]���-��� ifu.icker T-ic/3 to live on tbe, l'y-  :���-���-.. {Hit .t** a rula onij/ creates a slouch  'i-. sii" co.-iir.-ti.-'ity. Von find ihio  ' -. !-"..i'i.. /'fvition ol' personified mud  oi    unity,  aud   every - wall  ���M0mM  i'cROWS !'NEST STEM  Moyie   Miners'   TJnion  ���  No. 7 J   W, F, of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  ave cordially invited to attend.  Chas. Hastings,      'Thos. E. Kelly,  President. - Secretarv  <r  w  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ANBROOK,  B. C  yC*  i    ��   ' *  *       r>   !      *���**- s��. ������* ���    n     i    -[��� i\_ i  .' .      ,1*-   :.    rule    the    Lnoeki-r   ",,f}\ i .������', r;f'; r^V.YY Y:4?/ f-AW" Y  *W l '-> -*��� * - ->���   ���   ,* ���-*v--   , \ o ,/(. **>> // I r*p  v -,..���/1-   m  abili'y,    moralitv,   ac-        "' i\ -*< --I-,"'  '    ^A'-'^'W/v ' ��   "'  ....I  ...���.,,..i,;,,.      *.**������!   i, ,      '/'VV-1'.,    '    -; ��� ,�����       ,  *,    ..-//      VS'  Yyyy y)Y ,1 ��� r    '    ��� ���  -'���'      '  "'   -  " fFISST.-CLASS   WORK.  :-u I nj-ntjiliity. We have ni��l  'c l.*-it'!Ai:r upon many occa'-ions.  i e"t h.f/e hf-iird'his chirp in the pul-  ���t,A, r ii1 hn, wail iii many,a jacklcg  i.t v spiipcr oflieo. Wo Iiavo listened  to uris buiioo in tbe store oiiico nn'd  on  i ��� i  tliti,street. Than we have looked up  at tho siivrs". aud thoy v/erc Btill doing  - bustno-.-s. The chap who lias hy'liain-  nier olwoyc lilted agahissi his fellow  jioau ifa iuv .rii't'cly n, liar and.never--hail  ;.*. intiroducticu to th-i truth. 2-To  nv..a of Yitrtou ub;ecta to jtibt crit'iciahi,  but. tlie kuueker as a rule is not brainy  enough lo bo a critic. Jle is jitbt 'a  snicliea.1, iVhoso soul uragi* 5n_ tho  r-tmk lei; lack of ballast.1.���Exchange. '*  (IS       .   ^��   do    A?AU1IA  lil^ ^|  /t ��    ���       > M0YIE- ||  4      UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.     |  A Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear,, |  A aiidW. L Douglass5 Shoes. $  ���TO      '   ,       - NONE   BETTER ON THE MARKET.     ' iti  )K        , ��� *" ���{.  ^    TrunkSj Valises, Suit Cases* Hats, Etc, If  "-^ 5S?-^-^.^::S?^;5-^*SS?^l:^:^*^*^r-^ ^^r^"^-^^ ^^^S^  ���*?���������������-���<*r���.������e�����*3���S���e*:->^  ,\Vc Neither    Patrpnixe  cr    ,  Employ Chinese.    ,  -Leave Work with ' '  CcrwMar^wK-nncsxttrtrtrj ��uTfcV?rttm  - - ",Viiy'(*/Uir-*!r from rheuruatiiun vvlien  one application of Chamberlain's  Pain B.ilirn will relieve tbe paiu1^ _ The  I'-H-i-k leliei   which "this  liniment., af-1  -*��� i i  fc/'-Isr-makes reat and sleep possible,  an*! that alone 'is .worth many -times  itsi-osi. Many who have used it  hepmy. "only   for  a  short  relief from  v , ii-.,',-|i.i.r have been happily surprised  io i-.--,('. thAt after a while the relief be-  ,c.ur.6 p-rmuneut. Mrs. V!'H. Leg-  S��rte cl Yum Yitiif, Tennessee, U. S.  ��� A., svniit-s. !'!' am ,a great, sufferer  Ironi rheumatism,'all over .froin head  to loot, aud Chamberlain's Pain Balm  Y the only thine; that will relieve   the  ,(  ..;'-���- i.i-.Ii;.'''    For aalo by W. J. ���Atohi-  OJRAU P I��.CU3��'LtOENCE DISTRICT  At-pi'tiui'iil-eatiug 61 the   Board,  of  ,.,-.-!7.t:3    Cci-.u-icsiouerrj,    Cianbrbok  ���A i-i- ���*��� IJNi-int, will  be held nl   the  li* i-.' . Oi.uibrook,   on   Friday,  ��� , .'..'. '"Jbo .-'j 'bo hour of JO (/'clock  : \ intji .i-unct'Li to conbidcr tbe folio.v-  irte c-i'iihcittiona:���-���  .iJ '"',. Mcl.ure.ProSpectoi'd Hotel 2  ni-icj v.sr-Si;, U-'Yahk      -  J. 1.5. Cprrull Ontario Hold Kimber.  A i*. Clu* u-'.tc f^napn'c Hotel Cr.-U-  ..' i-i\, ir/.n.-. t io Gougeon & JTctt'Ji-  f,eU. J. If. McMULi-ltT,  Cbiof Licence Enspoolor.  ���'i  --    '" r* r"?/"~r*     Ti>AA^  ���:-i 'U;Cl\iE   BOUi,  4  \ri i  V    FOR THE E2s GAG Elite XT '  We are showing  u( mo*3t' charming  line of     ,' i , '  .DIAMOND   RINGS  lor engageimonts or for presentation on ,  birthday or any other occapsion,    Tliey   A. B.    STE'WA-R/I   &>  GO.'  will make a pleasing and voryuccept-  .gift'at any tipie.'        ,, - '  '   ,'Wi f.jtate,;;.. ' '  Graduate' Optician;'     CRANBROOK,  Meets   Every   Wednesday, al  8, P. M.  E. 'A. HILL,    -;   , J. II. IIAAVKE,  Worthy Pros..- Worthy,Secr'y.  'Tfl  ��-���  P. F. JOHJVS'IOJV  M/  ���> *"���  Lb  Harvey   &    McGarter,  i * i a.   ���  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook;   ��   -    E. C.  % This Hotel is New and well Furnished, The *'  $        Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with  the .Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  a,  (il  (f  (ii  (Iti  (ti  to  \9  \&  7x motik  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL.  AND MINING MEN"  ,w. f;'gued,'.";�� ii,  UA3lKISXJElt, SOtlCIXOlt, KTC.  GRAJSBRqSk; '     '.       ' B. C  *rumiinwijri^^wfara  A@@ATE3U,  NELSON.    ,  trcCTeugt*,qrj��Trj'JJt-tt ���M'r-^'s'j n. "war H.LJ i  '     B. C  u^��.t'.'^'Luu-'*Ays5'j)a  B-'A  .ti it un "'   aMset sj     i* a Va-  HnCWrKf  WholesalelWine  and0 .Spirit Merchant.  -���-'"'  ,   ,  Agent,for Calgary.Brewing Co.'s"  Beer, Ale and Porter.  T. Label & Co/a . -       ;'     ,  <;> ( t  Hay; and ,G-rain4  $0iii: ,ahd Xal-gary  * i   i  DRS.'KING  &  MILES:  <        i  i '  ���"   X3j23B0_,2?X��,37Si.''   ���"  -I ���������- i i    - ���  Will be in Moyie 11th of each "month.  Cranb^ools, ��� B, ,0.  ���       ���     -���- -   ���,      - ��� uitixisn colOj-ibta   ��          ',   -        i ��� , , ���>���  ' *  George H. Thompson,  i   ,    -       - '    ' '     '   V.    ' '      '  *'     BAurIstkut, SoLiciTCJt, Notary Public; &o.  ',''-,,>,   j.'     *  CRANBROOK, '    British CoLuiiBiA.  'BUY YOUR  Keg Beer, Bottled  Beer 'and Porter  'always, on HancL  JOSEPH niedi<jI:st.j.dt,    itoi��.  Foreign'and  Domestic Wines, Liquors'  and Cigars.  NBROOK- ���  l5.   ft     rj-'.  Cigars,     . Tobaccos,      Confeclionery,  Fruits, Etc.  FARRELL BLOCK,        ' Victoria St,.  Kx-~ns"_--xuz2.-  jD.iteti J-  Ti) th'j  *.   * *;��  *���-u.*,i  ***!   ."    1  Jriiti  EX"  t    ,/ - ��� -  & ��  iNi  '��.**  ^ .,-! n.,u:umi,.u'; iu- ..'.c-,r,-,-nt  i|j rtquirii Lioo'.s for scrvico :'-nil h  rough- and-lumblc boy**, n-ho-jO  parenta find it .hnpossible" to  keep their feet covered. They  are all No.   1   leather,  honestly J  i*   nia-lc  and will give inJiuito  sat  ll  il   i-j[.iction.    Tbotisaivla who   ha-.et  worn then: fay  tb.ev   aro di:i^**t  :ioji*,1.u'.  'si  --ct't 'lo.-.'.f-i tr.   -*'.n"w t Vfi-i Is  fS   to yo.-.    .'f Ve   -1 c.-V.  ret i*a  ni  8 1  NEW BUSINESS  COMBINATION;  JOHN HUTCHISON, ��  A, M. BLACK.  Wo b/ivb formed a partnership for  the purpoaa of carrying on business m  Firp, Life. niicJ Accident Insurance;  Auctionecrj'orjd Stock Brokers,  Any bnsinefs intrusted to us will  receive prompt and   carelul  utlciilion  rHutoSiison ^ Black;  Leatjk Block, CRANBROOK.  TC^vs" ������ -��� _��� jn,\ ��� "I'm ��"-.*���,��T,rre*gm~**^Qi'^^'TT ia-*1 'Hit���lwi1 yyi* - ���  OHBISc NIELSEN,  - M'' '���' IE "*  '���cuc/iil arj^iit :n  Brit:--:'.  Cc*\uiTibiatfor:  IjIQUM")   Jv-'.EOTR.ICITY,  MAGNETIC COMBS,  .'SBFSTCS  LAM'.'  WICKrV  I'or   ;.-.r'.hcr   particulars    ugti:d:��igi  jbc-jt; j-.'jcds call on or v.-iite, I  ���T   a   . ^     FROM  A..B-, Stewart & C01.  ���      , AGEN'iS^FOR  '  KOOTENAY'  STEAM    LAUNDRY  Li  in 1 n uwjih iiiii  in mjii iiii'*��i   111 ii'iiiI riiniiiiiia 1 ��� rn  eejuEluB.Va  And Bath Rooms.  '    In STONE Building.  First Class Work.  Baths open   every day.  A, L. FRANKLIN  C3  ALL   THE ITIME:  BY." USING     "  k^^_f^i&_m^  sanies  I XF  Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc.  Twelve Loaves $1.  R. T. HOWARD, Prop.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  We would like very  much to c have you drop ,<  in and let us show you'  '*��� through pur large stock  *. The . goods, and , prices  are5 yery attractive.  Es, '    , ' "iV0^ "^ "?K "V 'nTl?'   ���  Ja!:o  I'-Uilc  O  I Tkot Kootenay's Big Mail Order House,  CRANBROOK.    ,  __\?t__ttPrr^i*!*!^ _____^____s___isxssmis_aB^^  l.l*SSI>.llsl��IWgr*l>-C-!r %MTm?~*?��IirTI'-K~-~*  tsSOBEa      ii    WI  MERCHANT ' TAILOR.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  'Trousers,   Imported    Goods.   -  MOYIE,  B. 0  ���THE-  il!  ~*  Seattle, Tacoma  ANIJ   At,!/  r  Pacific  Coast  S��,  Pm\, ;Gi}i&ajid%   Mew   Vork  Alii.,  I"  !f ,      C ���' H_ 8 ��  ���4* 1       e.vc to Vj/F  We  CiuvNijiiobk andYvIovik.  0. F.-DESxAULNIER^   ...  DTJALr.E --I'lT- '  g.!@30a��3*Rfc   -SJiafiSI    '"     ~"~  Ji  a.  ''-J!'  For  to Lo  ���\.     1   jCJ  , .jiMiTsn.;  :in.ir*7i'i'A.c xi'KEr.c or  IXCKIF   POOT87:  vyccuyEii, v- ���-?,. c.  ���^~tc~f~s~>s~^~:  BE/SW33-  1 '-^D  PRSST PHOTO 00,    1 ALL' JOINTS   EAST  'Palace  and Touiiol  rilcepc.-.-,   Buffet,  :   Library cars, Modern, Day coaches  Dining   car.u-'    .altalo  ' .       tt Ln. Carte. ' >'.  .', ������'. ���  Best, Meals on Wheels  I       0   Fast   Overland ft*  Yor Tickets,':lVu.es,  Foldai-h  s.r>a    ���  - luill ih^rrhntioiYcail. on , ci- :ad-.-  dresrj c*.r.y  Grrct J.Tdrihern Ageni  cr wr-ito -. - -. '.-'.-..  iii 11 y UMn xi\*&k  ���Pi i  K  1  I'ROj.tlrT  yELI.V'EE'77  ���ausen^ Ave.      MOYJB  ;C..C; YERIiEG.y'K, BRANDT,   ;  ! A. O. 7?. A. C. P. <�� T. A.  Seattle,        TOl W. Riverside   -Ave  Knr.ka.ro t\ "-/Vfluhinfflo.o.  5! jp rea *?h  rjssAUijii'iEit i.nos,  1'1-ops.  Lartfe sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodation.!.  Keadquarters  fcrjrj Oonn*-  merciiil end Mining Men.  A. GRSNIER,   ���  Awnings Mado to Order,  and Upholstering Done  in First. Class Stylo.  Cranbrook,  W. R. BBATTY,   ,  Embalmer and Undertaker,  B,   C. j Phone SI).' '"    ORANBROOK.  QU22SJ   A~;~-\1V.,  rroYii-r, Vi. c.  ��� !,.,. ,^..M ^-*| r> I    I'm  WirOljjCSALK AN;>_REI"A7rj  MEAT     MERCHANTS;  Fresh   .md Cured Meato, Fresh  .'Fish,--Game., ana   Boultiry.:, We    ,  supply   only   the] best.     Your  -  ' trads'^solibited. ���/-      ! . V  ���. '   rii;vit-siisT3. .'.������,'  ���In .: ..all. .-ihe;   Principal,  Cities, 'a'iict':',. Tp^ns. iii  : Brltito^0*oitii2ii*3is,-,....;  ;jTi;7,I.-,*;7"/,K*T ;-.,,-*���   roil   EjVSX   Koi'TENA.Y  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop,     ���   .  1.     . -    *  MINEIiS'" HEAUOO ARTE RS.    This hotel is  close  to   the  mines,  and  has  every Convenience for Working Men. ^.  . , _  South Victoria St. ' .. . ,...^MPlJ��''  | w. .. ..J .u  ix^j.1. '. ..*/-' " /    - -  ?~~1  T  Im *>  iSRCiUM  ,Hrt  Wholesale Wines, Liquor^  and Cigars;  ORANBROOK,  y- . ' "h ;yy-' -.-.   .  British.QoIp.3nbia.  *T c -ir-PT"  .^';  .- 7   <  ,:       ^  ..J.-X   i    ",  j-ifii^MvRiv Vi $3duo  iVg^  feverytliinl to. he' fduiici iri ''a^Mrsl; 'Olai  Ifefe*,- WhM in..-tfeld .'0^'. li^tMing  1  j   '   ^    1 - .���- ' 1,  ^encl us your order'o  V-B.CX  ���JJ/!*  V  ,-.*<.,-?*v-vi.,-*li^.v;-**-.

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