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 ^*"'S*W*i��!*����-      -_/  rr  KS  -IJKS'  -r/  4  w  Our' ,    ,      j  WATCH BEPA1B1NG/  Wilson, Ae teller.  R A N.B   R  0)QJ  jou w NOi?��J_i  ^vv-jwvw'-.'^M w**.*-*;"*i'V"iAn^V  ��   if you want to see and read with   <  �� comfort get a pair of ����  ^ WILSON'S GLASSES  *",��. H. Wilson, jeweler, opiicie.ii.-,  R   A   N    B   R   0   0      ^  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL'14,1911  S3 A YiiiVli  YoXsave^oW?, Qefc Certaib Values  L jL'iov the f��tf_fc-^ice'tthe -world can give-when you  /Buy ThroufeU Our MAIL SYSTEM. '    ,  vt kto'commtmicatiqn with us, by  sending  for .our, illus,  "Li d catalogue*, which will be scut'to you free upon request.  fcTirrv 'tlie inost select stock of wedding.gifts  iu  the west.  '   '    v    XrY-ft,; Write 'to-day     ' - v  ..I*,.!-*.".!1*',!.,. , 1 ' '  ,  *+j   ������*//*..',{-"-���   5   ' j f I v -��' 'C  Henry M3^ & Son?' Limite(*>  Lrelery mail orSer^sc. ,       , n ' Geo. E. Trorey, Man. ,Dir.  F . >     VANCOUVER, B.-0.  >������''���   --.-����� -   ���  ��he|lc| Cream Season  im:. -J  vrill'^-'ogeS Keen your eyes 'open  for- the  -ydllow;tub's^Sh'StandsiforHAZLBWOOD,  the besVcream in. the market,   .   *   ' ������  u,  14    -Jif-^'-ggxABHSHrBD^lKUT        ' ' '    .'     *  :   *iNSU___3SrOB:"and MINING,       ���,  Vand^NVESTMENT BROKERS.  -    .       '^-',,,.*;^A-'l ������'/;.   ���'���-. ���'  '��� CRANBROOK, B. C  head Office;. >   .,,'   "' ���  |^ GENERAL FLOAT j  _6c-��������ee��e������eee��>���fe������e*��-*3vs  Swiftwator Bill k Working some  gold' claims in Peru.  * Judge Poriu will leave Xelson  next month to attend the coronation. .' a   ���  The harem sk"irt has made its  first appearance on the. Vancouver streets.     ' '   ' '  ��� .The RnightB of Pythias at Cres-  ton will ����� hold a __ grand - ball , on  Baiter Monday.  , ' , r i  ���   ' ' ������  W; P. ��� Tierney,, the railway  contractor, has "left Kelson and  h&agone to Vancouver.    . _�����  ' "More than 2,000 cords of wood  are burned in Hacleton every  year, and the price is $10 a cord.1  ' The world's output .of _ copper  last year was nearly one hundred  thousand .tons greater than the  year before.    ' ' -  ���     ���  Miss Watts the Winner  In the Nelson.Daily News contest which closed last Tuesday  Miss Grace Watts of Wattsb'ur*?  won the grand $2,500 prize. _ She  also won the organisation .prize, a  $500 Mason &Risch piano.'\ This  Miss Watts has' turned over ��� to  her able assistant tu the contest,  Miss'Anrio Cbckburn. The ��� two  young ladies are'deserving of congratulation. , The prizes were big  ones and they , had the hardest  kind of�� competition. But they  went at their work with a vim  and worked with the persistency  of a politician seeking election.  The contest'wa3/a big ''boost; for  the Nelson Daily News.   ^  - Easter Sunday  ,    uiris o?raras,   sizes-   c�������  two's, only $1.23 lit, Crowe   Rr  E.U, Owyune wasiu Cranbrc  - --I'���'.,���  mBv?!^ BB'E.R  E '      .-.',���! '. -v*Vv*v "/    ", - ���i.t.^A\tr tiiB Best' Beer in -liast  L-^fc.ti"**"*^ Water it is  Kootenay. '.With the Bort i[alb'and.tle-Purest bpn  There will be seven government;  fire wardens in'the Cranbropk.dis-  tricfa this year', and they, will begin their work'on Ma'y 1st.   "       <  j" -������������������������������ {  Portland Cement  LOCAL ASSAYS  asaa^sasa^^a^a'?*3**^^**  R. Campbell was over to Nelson  the first of the week.  Geo. Poweil was up from   Cranbrook yesterday. , '  Dick   Brown   is   arranging   to  raffle his boat.  (' ,  ��� M.' A. Heale was up  from Cmn-  brook yesterday.  (Jirl's oxford?,   sizes - eleven   to  "ros  ���ook  the lirst of the week.  Miss,Scott,   professional nurse,  ,has returned from Waldo.  Mrs. Snermau is here on a visit  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.  Ferris. ''\  Alonzo Oxley left' Tuesday' for  hi3 old home near' Toronto   on   a  . '.. ,    ,'"'>'     '��   V.  visit  _D    I       ��       ,  CJoldwin Stewart is away on a,  trip, ,up,. into" the .Windermer  country-     <��� '       - .   .-  There.wilf probably be,a dance  in Morley hall' next Wednesday  evening. ,, k  IThe ice on the lake is- rapidly  breaking up, and,the lake will be  clear in a day or two.   , '  *eWof  uran-     ^ack/bMcTAvish,   proprietor  of  -        -   ,l6C    .          .'     the WeutwOrth   hotel   in   Cranbrook, who did such good  service fe.    ��k           in M    ie ye8tecday.  at the anniversary in  November, ', _       n    r j;^  _  Slaughter prices on the   renr-ainder *of  our stock of gents' furnishings,   etc.  Men's Rummer Jiats,  "     caps,     -,  , "     ncckticv,  "     dress shirts, si/ci 15, 16, 161-2. 17,,*'  "     workjiiff slur'tsv. s.i-'es.U 1--only,  Get the Habit.  Regular $1.00  75  (A,  'l.50  1.25  Go to  ROS  i    ,  i- ���        <  i.jkj*44f**j**e**s>*f*j**t*f*^  t __.^HMW������������-_-W������Ul ���   II    I    I�����  prinq"'.Shoes  At the Catholic church Easter  Sunday communion mass will be  held at 9 a. m'. ? . Rosary, sermon  and .benediction of , the ' Blessed  Sacrament at 7:30,p.am.        . ���  ' Tlie Easfcer service at the Metho-'  dist church Sunday evening, will  be given up ���' almost entirely to  singing.'    Stanley   Peck-"of  Cran-  SS'E  ,of all styles and leathers for  man, .woman and child./  WINDOW-      DI S P  IE5-   -5-  , .. 5m6vib^rewinq m  ".   :     .liiOfKi^ryAtectivVrnc,. On All Their  /Cloth Upholstered Furniture  25 per cent  clisco"uut will be given off .every piece for tUe ne.t ��onth  Here Is Tour Chance.  CRaNBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD.  Cranbrook  ImperiaT Bank of Canada  * v vsmnno.OOO.t  The brickmacker of Tweeds who  discovered that a wonderful", product could be obtained by mixing  the English chalk or- h'me with  clays from the bed , of the River  Thames named the product. Port-  laud cement from its -resemblance  to' a well known 'and popular  building stone in England, which  stone was'quarried on the island  of Portland >nd was -considered  the hardest of tlie'known building stones. Portland cement was  atPfirst imported into the United  States from Germany. Then the  discovery was made fchat this  couutryalso contained materials  from which the product could be  manufactured. -Today American  Portland cements are the acknowledged superiors of any in the  world, not only iu quality of  product and improved methods,  but in quantity also. In one  region alone, the Leigh Valley  district, in the State of Pennsylvania, more Portland 'cement is  manufactured than in the whole  of Germany and England combined.  will again take the organ. Besides the congregational hymns  there will be a number of " choir  selections, quartettes and solos.  \ 1 .J j  Wind Blew Sbnie  6 l -%  ! <   !"���  ' A heavy,, windstorm ' attaining  the velocity of a tornado in 'some  sections and accompanied by rain,  hail-and' lightening swept, over  western-Missouri' and Oklahoma  Wednesday, killing 13 persons,  practically destroying two towns,  injuring almost 100 persons,  wrecking .scores of buildings and  putting almost every telephone  and telegraph wire in the territory out of commission.  The Coal Strike ,  Mrs.' Griffith of Minneapolis on  Wednesday paid a- short visit to  her neice, Mrs. J,  W. Miller.  R. H. Hazlewood and wife are  now occupying the E. A. Hill residence'on .Tavistock street;-  V.'.R. Houghton^has' opened   r.  barber shop in the Long  building  opposite the.Hotelt Kootenay.  ' "The Odd Fellows'   degree' ^team  will  'meet -' for", practice ?in   th'e  Union", hall   ,this   evening   at   8  , o'cj-bck V" v._"   , .'" T    ..  -DaveVIient 'came ' ovey'^from  Phoeuix during the week and leftv  yesterday for   his   home'^in^the  east. ,  ' Crowe Bros, are selling black  and tan shoe polish 2 bottles for  23 cents.      <?  Mrs. P. G.   Long   and   children  left Wednesday for Galecian,   Alberta, where Mr. Long has opened  a boot and shoe store.  Fourteen days of the coal strike    ��� Messrs. Mueller vt Hesse, of the  have passed,   and   there   Ls   still   Moyie Brewery, are shipping con-  hS or no change  in   the   situa-1 siderable beer and porter  to   out-  "__     t,.;. tt mnKfc necular strike side points at the present  time.  Mrs. Geo. Turner, who has been  in the Cranbrook'hospital, for  several' months,' -is making' splendid-progress and will soon be sufficiently strong. ,to leave that institution.  F.   B,   Hawthorne,   "of   Nelson,  representing , the   Hudson's   Bay  vi&ff -'f '���  .".?' v;v5   /���, ,  Held Him.For Availe/  The dapper little traveling man  glanced at, the   menu, and "then.,  look'ed up, at the, pretty' waitress.  "Nice day little one," lie began.  "yes, it is" she answered,'  "and"  - __ . =o was yesterday, and my name is  lomyauy, the Boyal Seal, K. �� ii". j ^        knQW   rm   ft,  littfe  -,     t.- ._..__      Of-o��rlavrl      f^ifjarS. I   ��� '- -    -,  , ' '      1'  peach and, have   blue , eyes,   aatl  an'd Kootenay .Standard cigars,  was in Moyie yesterday on , his  usual monthly, yisitr  ifr'Uli  I've been here quite' a" .while,  and  I like the place, and I don't think  Harry McKinley1, who has  been L    tQQ '<nicQ R/girl ^ te  working  employed in, B_vCampbell's , store V     & ^^ and ^ did rd ^ ^y  ^rSw^P --e^^Ub, and my wages We- satisfac-  Capital  Authorized -"-"  gapital Subscribed   Capital Paid Up    Reserve   Fund-  ..$10,000,000.00   $5,013,000.00   5.745,000.00  ;,745.0G0.00  Tram Cuts Cost  tion. Ibis a most pecular , strike  in that business men and people  generally are taking no sides in  I the controversy. They are just  sittiug back and waiting. There  are yet no evidences of a coal or  coke famine on account of the  strike. '   _ivm��s Bank Department,       ���  riviN i-iie,^ date  of deposit.  Interest allowed on deposits fro SUppLE, Manager.  MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. wrr __,   INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  M. J.  BONNER,  Shamrock Hams  and  The completion of the tramway  at the Standard mine at Silverton  will reduce the cost of  transporting ore from the mine to the mill-  site from $3.50 per ton to 10 cents  per ton.    This tramway   will   be  8,100 feet long   and   will   convey  the ore to  the   new   mill,   which  iwill have a' milling   capacity   ol  1100 tons a day and a crushing  capacity o��200 tons   per   diem,   at  the rate of 20 tons per hour    The  reason for building the mill   with  a double crushing capacity is that  full one-third of tho Standard ore  is of first class shipping grade.  Ashcroft   Potatoes  The farmers about Ashcroft are  all busy putting iir their potato  crops and anticipate an excellent  season. Ashcroft Is noted as a  potato section and the crop  brings the highest price obtainable. Tlio record crop was  twenty-two tons to the acre.  The average crop is ten tons.  Queen of the Moulin Rouge  Wm. Johnson, who had ,his leg  broken while skating on Moyie  lake last winter, is out of the  hospital aud will soon be able to  return to work.  N. W. Burdett was up to the  Sullivan mine last Saturday to  look after his work as accountant  in connection with payday.  Graham Cruickshank, for the  past two years superintendent of  tho St. Eugene concentrator, is  now in charge of the now mill at  the Molly Gibson mine.  G. Desmond, representing the  Western Clarion, a Socialist newspaper published at Vancouver,  was in Moyio Wednesday and ad  to go to his old home in Sidney,  Cape Breton."  J. J. Murphy, who was brought  to   the  Cranbrook  hospital   from  Hosraet'last week,  is said   to  be  getting along "well,   and   it   may  not be necessary  to  take  him, to  the asylum at New Westminster.  ' This year the Odd Fellows'  anniversary service will be held on  Sunday, April  30th.   The  service  j this year will be, in   the   Presbyterian church, and in   all   probability    will be conducted by Rev.  C.   0. Main   of Cranbrook.  ' Bear   in   mind   that   Tuesday,  \pril 25 th, has been set aside   as  "cleaning up day."   On that day  all rocks aud rubbish if gathered  in piles  will   be   picked   up   and  hauled away by the   government  teams.  tory, and 1 don't know if there ,is  a show or dance in town .tonight,  and(if there is'l shall uot go  with  you, and  I'm   from the  country,  and I'm a respectable sirl, and ray  brother is a cook in this hotel and  he weighs 200   pounds,   and   last  week he   wiped   up   this'  dining  rootnjloor, with a fresh   fifty-dol-  lar-a-month   traveling  man   wLu  tried to make   a   date   with   me.  Now, what'll you have? t  The dapper little traveling man  said he was not very hungry, and  a cup of coffee and &oine hot cakes  would do.���Western Tours Mag.  #'  M  ���'PROPIUESTOR,  ���Victoria Street.  MOYIF.  BITY   YOU It  Cigars  Tobaccos  Bruit and  Confectionery  FROM  Stewart  Imperator Bacon  -.   For sak.*y  all:^rst class  grocers and ���.':.=-,  p BURNS &C0_ta  MOYIE.      ''B. O.  Lame Shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the  muscles, und quickly yields to the  free application of Chamberlain's  Liniment.    For bale by all dealers,  Constipation brings  many  ailments in its train and is  the primary    cause   of    much   sickness.  Keep your bowels regular madam  and you will escape many  of  r.bn  ailments   to   which    women   aie  subject.    Constipation  is  a   veiy  simple     thing,    but    like   many  simple things, it may lead to  set*  ious consequences.   Nature  otteu  needs a little assistance and when  Chamberlain's  Tablets  are.   g*veu  .���  "Our baby   cries   for   Chamberlain's     Cough    Remedy,"   writes  Mrs.T. R, Kendrick,   llaaacn,  f,fl" |at"t_e~first iudication,  much dis  Wa, in Moyie ueanesaay .���-   "It is the best  cough  remeaj   ��<*l     ^    ^    butTul lng    mny     be  dressed a  meeting, in  tho  Union   the market for couBhd,  cold,  aim I       .^   yold by .ui dealer*.  u ��� croun."    For sale by all ut.uiia-  croup.'  SEND YOUR-  WOUK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  'NELSON-  All White Labor.  t^avoworkwi^he   local age*  A, Bt STEWARD  Valued   Service   Rewarded  Last Friday evening the trustees of the Catholic church and  Zto* John waited on Mr^  lames Whitehead and presented  Ktb a cabinet of silver knives  and forks in   recognition   of. her  Alices as organist in the church.  F. B   HAWTHORNE  ___NELSON, B; 0.���-  Agent 'for  The Hudson's Bay Co.  Royal Seal, K., & H. and  Kootenay Standard cigars.  Jn Moyie about 10 iust.  The sensational musical production, tho "Queen of the Moulin  Rouge," will bo soeu at tho Cranbrook opera house on the evening  of Thursday, April 27th. This  play is said to be swift, smart,  saucy and gorgeously girly.  Strike Affects   Railway Men  At Cranbrook several train  crews have been laid ..off! pu��aQ-,  count of the coal miners; strike.  Most of the available coal and  coke has been hauled away from  the mines.  Is a Necessity  Prof. Clarence Andrews, of the  English department of Amherst  college, has raised a tempest  among New England clergymen  by declaring that swearing is - a  necessary, natural and universal J  '.ui'guage of man,  !l  L��-  Makes Home Baking Easy.  Gives nicer, better food than baKerV  There is no baking powder Wie it  lor hot biscuit, hot breads and eake.  Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar.  if  .*  ���ii  A-,. TIIE  MOYIE  LEADER
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Women With Weakness
For all w. dkut'ofl from wtai.-b girls
sad women Buffer, no surer remedy Ovists, tli.-iii Dr. Hamilton'» PiJJs. They
raaiut.i;r that bracing health ever} mi
man so earnestly desires; they uproot
diSrCi-i'. .u'd br.iug strength that lasts
t;ll  old  «gp.
*' N.i n t'liioiim cnuld be more bene
fieia] ih.iii Dr llimilio-l's Pills,'' writes
Mrs. Alary E. Avrton of Vicloria ■•!
have beer "trorgthenod, my digestion
is better, I have improved iu eolot and
fepl vi>riv.nlt?r*iblj better since tisin-- Dr.
Hamilton's PiiJg." Sold everywhere,
S!ic per bo\- or five boxes for ono dollar.
SCHOOL  "GIBL'VOF EIGHTT-ON_
MI.-S. \mv I). Winship, widow of E,
li. Wfnship, founder of the Win-
ship Manufaclurn g Company, of
Baeinp, has entered on her second
/('Jr'o course in the Ohio State University at ,1'olumbus, despite the fact that
ihe is Hearing her eighty first birthduv.
For,man,-, years previous to and after
fcer Iiii-l.,tji*l 'h death Mrs. Wiriship r,as
recognized aa one of tho best .read women and  elos.-ot studonts in  Wisconsin.
''    , Her liushaud Soft a  lirge  Ot.tf.le, and
ihe was free to follow her own iuclina-
tioijs. " ;
-Mrs. \\ ir,vhij> went to CoJu-iibua. Ohio,
si d. irilumw,- tn bur relitupj, passed
the --A-H-iiii'iimis for ei-nance to the
8t.'iip, 1-ni'ersiitj. Sbe .look a eour.-p
in li'e-r-iMjre. kin'gnage and science, and
j.ef wJf-J. --iieei<«.f|.
"■Las'    vt j,-   ^H".   attended   a   feni-ninei
^elii.nl   ,.r   Tower/ Hill,   Wisconsin,   eorj-
,   iJiic^.-d Jiv li;.. Rev. J en J. in I.Joyd Jonp,,
of i liic-igo.    At tbe close of tlie school]
l< rjn   she   visited   Ru'cine,  and   rtcealW I
alio   iii-fiiini.'rt   l'f lati)Wthat   ihe 'woitf'l
rp-oi,ior 11,e Ohio State T*iiiversit\.   Shi- J
'   proiqp'ly- l.'fl  <V Columbus.    Mrs*. Whi-
tiJiip declared  that hha would  finish the
'foiliVoar  eourse, and   probably  take a'
,'pnst.-gr ..ly-ite'cOiin-p.    She is the mothcrl
-pf  Dr. .r. ,i.  Davis,-a  physieiap  of Ra |
eilie,  and   Mis' Park   Wooster, wife'of
«. In.-.-i] busi-nes;. man.   ,
She will -'tody philosophy, psychology
ind. lit era lure-. and lmike a specialty of
ShakPspiaie. Far years she' yearned
foi a knowledge of literature, but it
was not ii tin], tho nea'rod her four-Bcore
ani.i\pis,n y thill   an'opportunity  came.'
■ DctiV-d :tviv:iii(ugcd of education in
her irtutli. she 'cherished the idea nf
taking >l up nt, the years came on! When
asked Vi li;.. sh.ft is going to college thus
iato in Jifit, "-.I/a. W.inshipj says she 'is
»i*uply ,-e(,ki' g lfo belter her mental con-
diiion  and   ii-'p'ov'c l.t'r time.V,   .
■ Pin lia<! nu [ij*u'i to teaj-h o'r lecture,
liu^, it. ■-,-, ^hr^ want j lo, tie'indepandent |
in thm.-clit <=and action. °
aieetiug ber husband waa to ad-
dre»s, and found a mail sitting* disconsolately   on   the   doorstep.
''Do J'ou know who is speaking ,just
now?" f-he aMicd, "or are you just
g-oin^   in? " '
"So," was the weary answer, given
■with a. long, long sigh'. "Xo, I've just
come out.    Acklan.J Hood is speaking."
"What about?"
■ Tlif  man  pasted  his  hand across his
brow   in' a   dazed   sort   of  way  as   he
replied: , '
'•1  clun'no.''       '
WtlES the first'shipment of .frozen
eggs    arrived     from    Australia
their curqmc hardness astonished  ihe brokers.
One man, calling at a broker's office,
was nin,ized to vee him taking aim at
the wall  with an  egg.
/'What the dickens arc'you,alt" he
Paid. . ,
'Hut   the   broker  lot, drive,   (he   only
result b"ing a slight dent in the wall.
The  thing  being explained,  tho  fiian
took n t'oujde ot the eggs, put tho'ii  >u
his poci.et, and left tri startle his wife.
Ariii-iiig home, he waited ti|J tlie  fam.
ily iV-^h ,'issctftbied for niinnor, and th(£ii
banged   ai. egg at the   new dado.
Hut thi" smile rjuicklv/faded from, his
j face., t Th»> egg had  thawedl
J .*♦'»'
ATI^MONEVRAGS, (who has rect-nt-
L*X    ly acquired  a  fortune):   "It'N a
'    shame   and   a" disgrace' the   way
I overj, bp'cly c'ons-pires- to  rob a rich  person! '■■• ' "',..
!     Friend:  "What's the. matter now?"'
'   "Well, you  see, I had a1' Jitt.Ie. party
at my mansion last night." '• ' ",
'"."jo T saw by the papers."'".'«,    ,  <   ''
"And to amuse my guests I ordered
some otubic. 'A
"Yes. .1 heaid you ordered a quar'-
tctte." ,
".Just'Vo. And, would you believe
it, if four, hingfrs didn't crowd into the
room nnd sing, nnd J had to pay all
four of them: and. mind you, T, otii.v
orilered one solitary quartette! That's
rhe way I'm swindled every day ofliiiv
life.' and I'jrn tired of it. 'J"       '      *~
child; the third week v,e ran over a
child. As I had to pay an indemnity ia
each case my new chauffeur began to
be  expensive. ,
Tho traveller 6poke to a friend about
it, and the, friend asked for a description of tlie chauffeur. When his friend
had given  it, the other laughed.
"Oh, I know the man," he said.
"He sticks his own children in the
way,"
"After that," says the traveller, "I
toll] the chauffeur'^ he would havp to
pay tho indemnities himself. We had
no more accidents." ,
JONES and Smith wore two old
bachelors who lived together con
the mope intimate terms, coubtaut-
ly dined together 3iid sinoke'd the peaceful pipe, and occasionally went oH to-
together for a week's holiday by the
m'-i. But a ch-inge rtame over , the
the spirit ,of Smith's dream. Well ou
iu the 'fifties he gor married, and on
his ict'urn from tlie honeymoon invited
•Joucu (o come and dinoVwith bim anrl
Ilu  a' witness  of  his  iiappiness.
The dinner over, the jdil friends'sat
down in front of the fire after .Mrs.
yniath, liad" gone  upstairs,
" UJelJ. my friend," s',iid Benedick,
"now teli inc. quite oiindidly, what,jou
I hi ilk  of  my dv.ir  wife."
.Jones- hesitated for a moment, then
replied: fr '    , ,      '
, ''Wc-ll, Smith, if, T must speak quite
candidJy, I doji't flunk much of/ her."
Smiih patted him on tile knee as ho
replied; coiijidetitially: ,    <
• "NeitJief.ilo J. my" dear Jones—neither do 1."    ■   , , o <■
Of ihe roada ou that sunny April rnorn
ing inclined ns io believe the report
—for from every direction came line
strapping fellows moving in droves, lu
striking contrast to the expansive at->
tne uf tho women, ihe 'meu's dress appeared designed rn accentuate ^their
natiir.il slimness. TJir trousers, nf richly
•■olored velvet*or plush fitted closely to
the ljmjjg, except at the ankles, where
they spread widely; while their''further
adornments were gaih hued shirts or
short, full blpu*<? j.ickets and bright
sashes.
The popular large Mt hats were lavishly adorned with gold  cords;  and  in
addition.' to one necktie for use, it was
customary   to  add   a   second,   and   even
a third, for show. >  As the morning ad
yanced,   a   moving   throng,   resplendent
in   color,   crowded   'tho   market   place.
Girls, temporarily free from their chap,
eronus, were parading in decorous rows,
their   hands,   holding   pocket   handkerchiefs, heaviiy edged with crochet laco,
sedatoh   crossed   over  their   short   but
voluminous   green   silk  aprons,
'It  Mas'perhaps  onlv   to (be  expected
that wherever we •-<-," a b'evy of girls
a   corresponding clu-ter 'of   men   would
bu-at hand.    Yer we rarely  saw them
address,one another.'   The "modern  eti-
quette.of'a rustic, coiutMiip in Iviza is
el.'i-tily' defined.    A  plenitude of suitors
being  assured,   it   is   the   maiden   lyho
makes the  sc/Jeet:(in.    The  admirers  of
a "        ... -
Useful Around the Farm
"Unclosed please- find one dollar for
which please send me two large flOo bot-
'des of Kerviline. Jt is a reined} that 1
do not care io be without., Jt is 'ra
pccially good around the farm for nun
or beast. The worst neuralgi.i it cures
at once. .For a cold, sore throat, or
rhest all'eetipii, nothing is better than
Nerviline."
flSigued)    "Richard JJamlvn.
"French  River,  Out."
Get   NerviJino   to-day.     Sold   by   all
dealers in 2.1c and 50c bottles.
working pump handles  to(.get a  drink
of   water.     Now   if   tbe   horse   did   it
by   reasoning,   it   must   have   thought
something like this: "I" saw, my master
working the pump handle up and dawn
and   the  trough   was  filled  with   water.
Now,  iff I  work   the   pump  handle   the
siame way, the trough ,will be filled ;and
I   can  get  a ,drink."
, ^If you  ever get  an  opportunity, just
watch lfii actions and determine whether' they iudicato any such thoughts. His
actions'will be about as follows:  Many
times he  will,quench   Iuh  thirst  at the
same   trougu,   paying   no   attention   to
tho   pump    whatever.       Sometimes    he
comes whew the trough is dry and sniffs
about for  water,    lie repeals this  pro
cess   many   limes.     He   STiifTs   at   the
trough, the spout,  the top**aud  handle.
imirriagealJle girl wait fur liei out- He nibbles at tho trough, the s-pout
s-do the eh'orch d<wr on tMnd|i-*, rnnd top and handle. He pull* at each. Fia
when she leaves im .ss the one who lifts rdly he makes' an tip-arid do-sn -nution
llie, prior   el.nm   i n-nents   himself   nnd)^.   *i... i...„\ji_ .. ..j .. .: ._. _...i.,._
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. Free From Safkmg
BY   GUT- PILLS
Annapolis, N\8
"T .un (,ver eighty yesra of age an i
ha\e hi en suffering with Kidney and
Bladder Trouble for fifteen 'years. I
took doctors! medicino and'got no help.
I vr^ut to thank you for sending me thu
.sample- box of GIN J'JLJ^S.
T hhve taken six boxes of GIN
; PILI.S altogether, but got relief before
I had taken near that amount. I had
to get up some nights every fifteen
minutes aud had to uso an instrument
before 1 could urinate.
. Nov T can Jio in bod four or five
eouru without getting up. I can say
that (Jl.Y ITLLo have nearly cured me
and T shall always k&ep a box. in the
house. '
W. H. PIERCE."
Do .iv >fr, Pierce did—write us for
free sail,pie box of GrN PILJjS and see
for voui.M-lf just ho* much they will
do fi'i ju'j—then buy the regular si/e
b'ne? at \our dealer's—50c, or six. for
$•_'."•(>. GIX PTLLS are Fold with a posi
t.w gii.ir,uit"c of money back if they
fill r>i give prompt reliet. N'-.tional
D-ng and (''heaiicsl Co., De.pt K.P., To
ron to.
O.VH of the 'rp«t inte.rasting of the
/groun of kings in exile is, the
Duke, of Oilcans, who 'is at present t(he host of ov-King Manuel of
Portugal.. 13orn°at .Tv/icltenhnpi, England, in J8C9, he is, the eldest son of
tho late Comte Oe Paris and nephew of
the Dut; de Ghnrtres. arid is,'head of
tbe Bourbon OrJca,ns hou.'o. ,'
A tine figure, bcis [.nsi-onately fond
0,1" shooting, and' wasi onte the cause
of a clever retoit.       ' ,
Commenting uporf, tlio .nnuwally poor
sVason.-he re'maikfd to a guest that he
had"shol- fewer '/.braces,"' whereupon
'the guest  wittily rernark.ecl: ,
"(And, no doubt., your royal high
ness, this want of 'braces' accounted
for the falling oft of your 'bags'!"
<      ' « , * - ►        -"\     - 1
ASTOKY   is   told   of   two' old' finta-
goriists   who   met    on   a' Scotch
(    golf   course   eveiy'Saturday, afternoon.     On   one occasion, when" they
werr,e all  "square" at the seventeenth',
and the loser of the previous ,wpek Jiad
just  played  his   third ,in' tho (shape  of
a nice approach to  the green, Die la;-t
week/s   -winner ' came   up   to   the , ball
with   grim   purpose.    He - had  an   easy
pitch   lo   the   green,   but" a   number   of
young lambs were unconcernedly browsing nJong the  edge. '    '      <        |
"Run    forward,   laddie."    said    Inst j
week's,   winner    lo   his    cnd.lie,   "and J
drive  sira'  tlie lambs!" '       I
'A "CLERGYMAN   tells  the  following
_L     story: t ( ■
', A .^young    man    came,   up.''to
mo one day'with, tho retiiark;t,'  '        *
/'Parson,   I   want  you 'to   marry  me
'next  AVe'dnc-Tdav. "  ' '
"All   right,  I'll   marry you."  a-
"And   I   waul,   the   church    bell     to
ring."
" Ves, you can hd\c the church  bell
rung." y      ' ,
. "An*,  the. organ played."    ' '   J
'' AJJ right, you can,liave thp organ."
"And0!   want   evervthing   elje   aiiy-
imit, he yields pl'n-e to the «econd, nnd
the second to n third, until the number
is, 'exhausted."    , , I
,If any buitor .se.-kp to transgress the
unwrilteii Jnw, .pistols ipny flush and
knives are apt to -wing, "in all other
matters the people nf I\i/a nre peacetime, and on al) p.|i'',^ moral and virtuous. It imibr'liei admitted thit'certain, of the more frolicsome spirits sti!)
kcer)„up the "'cimiom of" saluting the
iiiliiMPi.s, of their eh'«\rf with a charge ■
of rock salt aimed at the, ankles, and
it is .lcvoully ,lo l<e hrtped that the
urn-,iQ]il\ jnasses'/if iielHcoats si^rve at
lo*i*-t'one useful,'purpose by shielding
the , wearers from tho saline, missiles
of love's art'illerv.
■   -      ai1"'' "
No "one  ca'ki   imply  any   reason  ao< far,
surely.    If, be-'baa any reasoning power
he will now. since he has succe»ded  in
getting   venter,   repeat   tho   moving ,of
the,  handle   arid' got ■ wuterv-tlie' second
t'ui)c.    But pot so,- 'Ho again sniffs nnd
nibbles,   and   nm
lhe   band!
be
nc-nrnjmr
ti
g   elje   any
body ever  had  at a  church wedding."
" Vou 'shall   have   it." '    '
Well, the day came, the bell rang,
thp ,orgau played, the church was full,
and everything went off as the young
man wanted it. When.'ihe ceremony
was over the young couple waited.-instead of leaving 'the chancel. So I
shook hands "with the bride, and.thein
lield   my   hand   out   to   the" groom.
lie had his hand deep in his trousers
pocket, aud ns ,1 stood witlir mine out
lie said, somewhat impatiently, and in
a tone that could be heard all over the.
ilinrch: , , *
"I'm getting the money,'out as fast
as I can."     r « "      , " ,
'Then   everybody   ir.   tlio   church   giggled. t.1
" Va. rial" vigorously protested his
opponent. "Bide where y^ be. laddie'
Ye canna inovp any gr'ow-ir>' thing'—
that's thp'rule  o' gowf. "
Here's _ Home Dye
That
ANYONE
Can Usta.
HOME DYEJnCk-*
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Jess of * difficult UA-C-tf-
t-kinjc— Not >a w_wm«
you us*
&*ij>4 for Nampi«
Ko<AUt *•
I f.c J'lllNSON-
fC'ClIAKObuN
CO     I 'mtitJ,
JKittvzMrinsi^tiimaamamw      H ■« ****' c_n.
JUST TM1NR OF 7t(
Wi*H   OY.O-IA you  caii  color pith-rr Wool,
Ct i   >  , *-    \' or  MLxr-tl  Goodj  Prrf.ctly witJi
tl**  SAhfiC   Ijyr.     No  c'ljuice   of iimui:  tic
WRONG *^yt- t*.r tlig- Goo«'s >oti have to color.
K RUSSEt, AVALDACK, the eminent scientist, who worked out the
theory of natural selection at the
same time as, but quite independentlv
of, Charles Darwin, relates with gusto
nu experience be once had when looking for a ghost in a country churchyard. '
His companion waB the sexton, who
claimed to have seen tbe apparition,
so I">r. Wallace asked him if he had any
idea  whose  ghost  it was.
"T can't tell yon. sir," wag the reply, "but over there lies a man who
had t three wives, Oe' the stone of the
first the inpeription reads. 'My Wife.'
On that marking the grave of"the second it runs, 'My Dear Wife,' while
Ihe third wife i*- called 'My Reloved
Wife.' 1 should say that the ghost is
that of the first wife."
» w        »
RETURNED to his native village,
wh'ch had not moved with ,the
years, it was perh-ips natural that
he fdiould boasl a little. Th<> village
pump wan BtiJI broken, the inn sign
had not been repainted, and even the
one shop window, (.oui its appearance,
had  not  changed.
"Boy-." he said, "in my house in
London I'w. two c-irnagcs nnd a motor
car ''
"M>.   my! "   exchimec)   hii   hi,iters.
"And ft library," he continued—
"c«nt,iin;ng   Iw,,   thous'iiid   bonks,"
"Ynn don't my so," Oiuif- a  i lu.ru i.
"While :i>> fr r pi.tures'' hv-> w.ivod
li".   '-M'l.l   airilv ,\i!l,   m\    wills   are
f i'l   of  Tit i in" "
"Lor" )>U-,-, :r,i''' iMrieii !■■' < ,1 an old
v ! .'1, -vv'll h li'.-rif,,-,* l.,,)k ''Aui't
tin re   no   w.iy   o'   1   I' • '   ',   > "'
THERE'S" a pretty cashier lady in  a
,,       '"certain restaurant.    Theibthcr day
a ,fresh stranger approached this
caFhiei* and  rfsked; (,"„" > '
"A^rc-tbe  waiters   here "attentive   to
jou?"      ■' Y      °       " ^    '
"Sh!" slie .squealed, and cher, liquid
eyes  flashed  fire.      ' ,    -
"I   asked,   are   the   waiters rin   this
plaio   attentive   to,yon?"   he   cr.Imh
repeated.    "Are you'hard of hearing?"
Then tho haughty beauty shouted  for
j the'm.inuger, who came in'on th'e run.
,   "This   pup   has   insulted,, me!"   she
(sobbed.    "Ts it any of his (Jem business
whether  flip  waiteis  is  attentive   to  a
perfect lady or  uol ?    T'd like to know
if    just   because   I'm   a   poor   wording
girl,  a  fie=b  guy  ean "
'■Now calm yourself," said the
stiauger unabashed, "f am merely bi-
,ing polite, and complying with a request printed on your bill of fare. Here
it is—read it yourself."
The line at lhe top^of the menu card
read as follows:
"Guests Will Oblige the Management by Reporting any Inattention on
the Part of the Waiters to the Cashier."
THE CORONATION BIBLE
WHEN" King V.porgo is formally
' irowned. it "is probable'that, in
, conncctio'n with the eer6mitnics
attending The coron iljon. there will be
used ,aii old. manuscript copy of a pa.rt
'of thf/.Bible in Latin, now preserved in
the Coftoninji Librarv. Tliis volume
lia* been emplOy'ed ,a' thp coronatirt'iis'of
Bnitish 'Sovereigns /or n period going
bnel: tiiTPp hundred years -before the
i'Stonp o'f DesUny" was brought from
Scone to Westminster by Rdw'ard X. In
otJ rr word?, this use of the Bible in
qne=tion dates, ba"ik  to thp ypar 1000.
It i-, a quarto of two hunrlrpd rfnd
seventeen leaves, containing the four
Gospel-",' and Pecins, from the style0 of
the writing and Ilia ilium, iiitio.is,"which
are extremely brautifnl io ln-.o lieen
iiiiv'lt .alicut Mip end of i'it> j iiith century , - *    .*
It rarrovijy eseapri? destruction in thp
ficc at Ashb.urnhnm Houo-. in 1733, of
which pi'ent it bears p"vi'l.>pcti in its
crumplpd, loaves and sine".! margins. Tt
is said thnt the son of Kdwarl thp Rider. Athel'tan the Ol.uion*?, wlio, w.i«
kn.g of'thp "West. Sa-O'is from iVj.l fu
01d,( owned this .,Bibl»v und gav,e it'to
the Ohnri-h of Dover. "■"',.
A
/ HE COULDN'T LOVE TIIEM
STORY is told of a missionary
(whn was vppi)ding°a short holi-
dav jn Texas. After he had
bee'n nf rhi= hnlel for vome days hp met
with a \ery fierce looking man of the,
cowboy type, win,; he noticed", had anv-
f hint,'„ lint  a  sT\ppr  tamper.
"Do von kn'.w." }jp said to him emp
day. "that vou should Jove votrr enem-
ic-?"
"Th.-.rs a   thing ,1'cnn't do.  =ir."
"What! I *>jn snre,.'i man like vou
could  do anvtJiing  if he  fried.'J
"Anything but that, parson—it's
impossible' " , ^
"Iinuossiblo?" said 'the missionary,
"how?"
"I  ain't,.get   an  enemy  to  love,
shot   tlie  last   one   this   morning.'"
longer reach ing
= time th in th ■
tirbt. Aftpr many triar« he finally hap
pens to move tho" Jm/idJe just 'rigJifc, 'and
receives his drjnk. lie may repeat
this roundabout process many times,
[until ley clinnee he beginaaf; the handlo
and gets water. Then many times'ho'
'begins other places before* hp 'again
begins, at' the''handle and is rewarded.
Thus, n,ofc, byc a process of reasoning,
but Jjy associating the handle and wa
ter by numerous repetitiocts did the,
hprse arriVe at "the process of-getting
water. o Whore this rjne horse* formed
this habit, £b,pusamis ^of others',never
forrned^sncli a habit.
Another Feat that is often given as
evidence tliot Iiotsos reason 'is the .ability shown by many horses , to''open'
gates. , Siicth gates have_ nsuallv a' very
=implp device or a hook. ,\ "horse
learns to operate, this particular gate
just 'as the hor.se spolcen,- of above,
learns to pump.' Each" reaches th" "cud
by aecideut.and fixes othe habit ouly
by repetition. The least change in
the working of (he pump,or the gate
break-' up the muscular habit the hoise
has gained, and he must .begin over
again.
Anyone -who believes a horse reasons
when, it opens u.4, gate will lie easily
undeceived if'he changes the fastening
to the other end and then watches the
performance of ■ the horse. After he
finds the fastening he< has the entire
process to, learn again, simply because
the ppg pulls nut in the opposite direction, f- v - (.
I' mention theso instances because
they are .invariably pointed out aV the
highest ' indication pf ' reason. ''.Many
other0 such incidents' might- bo,,.weti;'
turned, but the argument that-any abil
ity is''shown  by  the  norsp-to go  from
ter wear know only too well that sablps
liave Ik conic increasingly dear within
the past few years. Tin a is a case of
killing, (he goose that lays the golden
egg. as hunters h''v<; been trapping the
little liiiimals both iu .*.nd out ol season. NatuiaJly the supply is growing
less every yfar, and unless something
is doup- to prevent this ruthless destruction, furs will continue to go up in,
price until they are out Of the reach
of nil   but tin' \/*ry rich.
Pair l.idiua whose scanty lockd will
not alio'w them to dress their hair according to the prevailing fashion, and
prevents lliem wearing a hat that meets
the mode, have b'-cu gieatly distressed
within recent months by the rise in the
price of false tresses, The luxuriant
tresses, once pl< utiful and cheap, aie
now scarce and expensive, ,
Too, much civili/'alioi: is one reawon
for tliis. J'Y,rmorly the peasant "girls
of different part" of Europe .willingly
sold their hair, as thpir hettds were covered with the native sth'6 of cap' or
headdress. JJut the oJd customs are
gradually but surely dying out, and
every country girl aspires .to -near a.
gown and hat that have received lh<-
sc'al of approval of 7'aris, so tli'ey are
no longer so ready to part,, with their
hajr. ' ,
The war'in the Far East had one uit-
expi'etejd result. Ii sent up the cust of
our butter. A large supply of butter
came from Siberia, a pi] while the c'on-
'flict lasted, large supplies were forward '
ed ft. tJje RuusisMi army. In, \hl$ way
the people of Manchuria and China .ac-
(jiiired rt taste f<>r 'it^ aud uftar the close
of the war (lie liuvsi;ui« found-it more
profitable fo'si'iid their produce' «a,st-
vmrds  iiidW-i-,.] of'westwards. '
It 'iiiay   sppni   ubsurd   to   state   that
motor-cars scud,up the price of tea, but
there are ixperts in (he tr.'ide who sav
thiit  the popularity of the. car will xii-
tiiiiatelv havp Hiis\ effect.
-   It liaiipenij this way,, Tho'-noJ;or-Car
iisdusiry is calling for an increased supply   of   mbliej-,   rtfl   (ho   boom   testified.
Owing to this ninny planters in  India.
C'eylon,  am]'{.lifer  places  where tts is
grown   aw   taking   up   the   cultivation
of   ruljber  ingren'il,  soJTSut  tbe hupply
of   tea   -i>ay„ snou., fllJI.     So   houspwiveH
can look forward v-with'dread to the day
when   (heir  tea   will  cost   mnrc,   rmlps's
a substitute for robber is found'meanwhile.        . '    '"','*",     '
Children's Scalp Sore?
are Sealed by Zam-Buk!
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11.10 I
'->■    *l\
■  'her
'''''"IP i
Mothers are well awarn),,,,, ..
Jy children cunt-act s.-ah, K)r'
worm, etc., af, svaool, \. ,
children change jjvpj, 3n,j '. -,,
the infection ia apreatl- th"
dene.
i^ome children'are p^rt,tui,lr)l ,
t< s,Tnlp sores, etc.. am] 0r * ,.'.'w<
break out with annov.-ie- t„ lK*"
Such a case wag thai "of u.,,,, |u'','"-"
of Mrs. Alpert, Gaedike ,'f t'-^*
herst Street. Montreal, vir« r ,.
says: "My little thfec-veur old ,f v
ter sutTercd frequently Jr.™ ", l1",?h
ease,  and   try  a«  we  would '     ','
not rid the little one of thin'   'v    ' '
everything we could think of   »''• ',"?
eit.to  effect a  cur<s  Uolll ^ ' »^ ' « '
vised to try Zam-Uuk.   Tlim balm   ,
ed entirely different from i^U,'; ,
had   over- tried   before.  a„d \ri,,\":\
applying   ,t   there   wan   fl  „..lr, .,, afil ?
prpvemeht.     The ,oOre»  bprttWt.  .„'   '*
(lamed and' less irritable,    if.   ' , V'
days^ tliuy«ceasea,lo troublj ti,,  '. . ^
and  in  l»h8 than n fortnight 'r „    i   '
comu-criciUg   wilh   Zain-KuJ-   th,    '
completely   heaJc-l.     In   vni, ',„"       "
facts  I Ice]  it my duty to H in,
know   how   bcoeliciaJ   7,;un l',ut   ,.
_ There is no doubt 1hat for Bi'.,h ' ,„,
rmgworm, ulcers, abscr.sns v,,),' \ ■       '
("buppod ' liands,   frostbite'at„j   v,,,',"'.'
a/]u?l. i 11 ]b ju8t,,K Ktui.-fur , Iv,'
varicoi-p vents,' poinon^l woui,,), ,..""
burns, »)(,). sctildw. Kul-Ii-vl w,.|i .
tho affeclcil part, it cure, ,.„„" ,' . ','"
sciatica, etc., etc., and rubb,,.i',„*",,h;
clu-st it jrplirvj'fj the lighhii-n. -t , ■ , i
Idg of WeipbMue U> eontwptin,. , |,ld
pold. ',VI -druggists ami iklr,.V An,''"
Sflc box^ir p/iat Jtree from U«\ H \ vZ
Toronto.-for  prico.    Rpfu«,. i»i,'i-,'.(a,'
'.'it
"I'Ui-ri,
Vcj
RECENT  TRIUMPHS/IN- CONQUER-
- ING DISEASE
T*IIE '
enundat'efl in 1803 by Dr. «in„., ^hZ
Miwh later, filr iPat'rick 'Mi.ii-.o-. ,i,^"y
ered that dibeaae is seunillv V n> r ,.m
by mosrpiitcies. An latij h'^Jk'/j "^
Ross trilted the deyflopnumi et the-llV
larial parasite in , th'e body ofth. ' mnt
qui to,   • ■ ,  ■ ,
- "Iloishuwod that the spores »», v
by the' insect with the hfond .,t ji,
feefced .individual   make   f)mr   *,*,
the coi)rsp of «ievelopmeo,t, to thu '-'i;,
ary   glau.l   of   the   mo.-Kjuifn
'J.ifl J
iii"
.... . . .''i'l   i "*i
with  its  poisonous saJha .Jirc, ij>  \itci
the bipod pf any man it iniiy ih..|   i,'|, j
IE ,goal,.(oe    civilization,  savs Van I TIlr'  odd. thing  is'tb.'it  it  is  ,,,,1..''','I
'inditoriiil writer in  the Edinburgh   Rr'"'I-/Of mosquitups—Ihe -nwplin , ...V' j
-    Review,  is   the   establishment   of,, t{"lt *","  ?cl 'a<i  in-termcdiat.,,l|.,-i j(t1\
fhe.siijirpiiracy of  man,over the  whole' tl*c 1'nrnsite'.    They bre.d in sm.'^°;
'antagonistic forces of nature.     '   '    ,    '°'   viitor ,and   margins of ftrcu,-,  Jn|j
lakes,.    Thorough draining :i%\
ing has' done much to get ri f
We Jong ago gained absolute secure
ity fiom the attacks of wild animals,
but only recently;' 'have, 'we discovered
that ,far more devastating than wolvi's
or Jions are<Hli<V bacilli of thu .various
fiise:l';'s which are onlv visible under
the microscope, but which ihrejten our
lives and oiir health in a miuinrr no
Jess real tli'iui that ,of <9a vngp. beasts..
The . campaign against . the*; bm.'illi is
our last, arid one of our most tertible,
conflicts with untamed'-' nature. TJic
fight whichis bPii.g'.waged against tha
cause of niiio-tciitlis of 'tjuni-iri miserv
is the most .important in the annals o"f
mankind."      .,,-'" '
eorclusion- is  en-
A
•"-!*{_! -f. **. T-7! .***VfB
elEaS
ix >. «ife, p'e-vKiiat.iivnMsepii
liniment forr^'l.icinif Varicrft.
Veii.i to' a normivl cocrtitloD
hcallufr 'th.:cu even after the;
hare broken, stopping the pull
quickly, overcornmir tbo a;,r«
nenc, rralorinp tin. clrct.1,,1 ioi
in n reasonable Ifln^th cf limt
Al«. i. aucc^usAll rrni»'f,iv it
tre,'lt'n3-Vart..:!i*[ti<-1«.!i:-.llifu
Mireijiurw, ...ntharlK., Is.'^l
j-3ljrla, rl.fc.lm:iU*,m.rli«-MiL-)
»1 ic or jv,m ty (l#'pr.'KH«, bun
l*>nrt.' ci*riiH, hrul^c^, Ji.ii..
l.-vck. fttl/r n«rk. Afj-norl rem
,:<!}- Uy h.vve in the house II
ca-ve tlio ( hHtlreh -\C.t-v batl cut
bruise, sir-,ii., pore 'throat, o:
(...-"« painful trr-uMc vrbv.re ,
gon:i l^nitr.ir.t would be ur.':f*il
a issoitt;; n :•:. .i u... < "-,„■-, ..i»
k, ..,.* ..-,.-. uf if.t ?[-.»,.<>'* quirlilj- w'T'tu.Ut v-K'j.jilv^ >,>•* 'v
(oi,w,i«i,-i.   |T,.,« si.oo< n7.,'*-:w'.a i,/.'i<,iii',...   At «i
ir.Kylt* .r.v.:iv-r,vl. IV.. t SFf, -...'Mn:.:.?»,-,. --.].. r.U l„
». f. •Oil'!'*  o. u. F.,'Mn Tomsle •-t.. St>rin|-fii-'ri, Yd.-,!
:.vni,«, li*.. Jicoin.i, «,»>n,ii»'. j.,,.,.
jii... r„^nvi,,-.i !,/ n.-.'..r.-.\ i;,u... .. >,)r..\) ,*», .',1^^.;,.^
rilK  .VAIM,-..!.   M.". 11   *   '.'ftr.HU'vl, «....»...„i(.^t  .» < w
pu-; l .i>>1 li)..'.;.l.lL-.()'. Kf«w. UL. Ud„ ...,.„,..
VITtY   old   S, „lch   lady,   who' ],.»,]
t.pL.-i   "gnu di,ia"  to'all   the  lit
I lie thildren  m ir, di> <l  v,,,ni. ti'i'e
, 'igu     uni   on.-   il-iy   |n r   gr.i'id dinght*1 r
(•i  Mth.   15)i].;h)   ". t  forth  wilh  a f.irgv
jhr'icli    of    wnitp    flo'M'is    tc   vi-.it    tlu-
gr-iic     Ou  her w i> vhc nut  o*>e i.f the
hl'lc   rn'lcs   vv ho   li u\   known   grnidmn.
ml  nn   iiivil itiiiu   in ari'iimjfflnj   )ht  to
fhc  '-cin-.tcry   \\':nt  promptly   accepted.
■ . On   their   arrival   at   the- grave. .Mrs.
Hough took   tier umbrella nnd  begun to
icra'pp' h   small '.hollow   i ri , (.lie 'earth   a
few. inches   long  ho,.that  tho  stalks  of.
licr   flowers    might    li,-.   'crivdred .with''
(laut[) >:irli>   arid   po  keep   frP^'h.- .
The cliild wnf'chpil the. ferrule scrap-
iri_- for. an .-unaV.i'd socouil. Then, crime
a  low.  excited .whisper:.-
"Was   ye   look-in'   for   yer   gran.'ma.
A MICROBE'S SERENADE
A lovelorn  microbe met by chance
At a swagger baeteroidal .dance
A proud baccillian belle, and she
Was'  first  of  the  animalculae,
Or   organism   sacchariue;
She was the protoplasmic queen.
The   microscopical   pride   and   pet   ,
Of   the  biological   smarte-st  set,
And so this  infinitesimal swain
Evolved   a   pleading  low   refrain:
your    ma.ny
"O lovely me tain orphic germ,
What   futile  scientific,   term
Can     well    describe
fcharmsf
Gome  to  theeo  embryonic,  arms
Tnen hie away to my .cellular homo,
And be my little diatom!"
His  epithelium  burned   with  love,
lie  swore  by  molHcule"  above
She'd bo bis own  gregarious mate/
Or  olsp  bo  would  disintegrate.
This  *ui'orous   mite  of  a   parasite
Pursued the gorm both dav aud night
And   'ncath her window often  pl-iv'-d
This   Darwin Huxley serenadi—
He'd warble to  her every day
Thib rhiv'-poJi. y,  roundelay:
"O most primordial type of sporo,
I  neifr ii'Pt your  like before,
■■nil ' b on ,j>i. n  microbe hri>> no In trt,
Prom   you,   svnj(;t   germ,   t'11   never
pn rt;
V.c"ll    ^t    beneath    some    futigui>
L'ro'vlh
Till dissolution  ciairnn  us bolhl"
TAKE
DOSE   OF
TKE   BEST MEDlCINC
coucms   a  cot-os
r.s.   I.iougli!''
M:
TOR-OARS'.nml chaufTciirs br'-ng
!o mind a story told by a triivcl-
h'r in Italy. .
I got a car while .I was in Italy',(he
says), and J got an Italian -•haufTcut. ii
i.afivc 'of the town I was then staying
in. I foiiiid liiin a inost diingp'rou's
man. Tin. fir^t week we run nvfr'a
child; ■ the   second   week   we   ran   over  a
■Worms■ sap the' strength and under-
in.iic Ihc v ilalify oi'(.|ii|.rn..i!. Slruiigllj.
in i.Ik-.-ii l.y. m-ing Mother Graves' Worm
J-ixli-rminntor to drive out tho .para
sites.
A   LITTLE   KNOWN   ISLAND
W/TII Kg.rd In In/a, the third in
important.c ol the JLilcariC- m-
.„'.'.. Jaiiils, .which iic .midway .between Spain and.' Africa, Us'complete
history has noycr bci'ti and never will
be' written. ''Prom the fragmentary records exislerit,' orie gathers , I hat 'from
earliest .days occupation of the lovely
and 'fertile' island was hotly contest.!!.!..
Chaldeans,' .Bgypf inns, Phoenicians,.'
Roman's. Greeks, Vandals, Saracens and
Moors fought, for, its' possession. Since
;the Aragonp.se invasion of the thir-
teeiith century. lyiza. has belonged' to
Spain. Here are''some .interesting details of tho life of "the people. ,. I.'ln'-
sc.ibiiig the Sunday, morning- scene,
when tho. country.,folk, eiiine lo town to
inas.s and to ''market. Some of tlie
women rode mules, sitting perched high
on-a pile,, of slieepskins.'.their' multi-col-'
o'red petticoats pillowing .about their
neat: tinkles; .others were packed closely
into open enrts Hint: had cushions plae:
e.l low on either side of their sagging
lloor matting. With its flippant hues
and staid cut., i.he native dress, was a
bewildering combination -of g|.rishiicsH
ii ri il   sobriety. '     .   •
■They say that  there are. ten men  for
every  woman   in Iviza,  and  the  aspect
"If we didn't have to givoj b.'iek anv
c.liangp. think of the monpy we mer-
chnnts vw.-uld make." "We all have
oui troubles," --aid the rnaga/ini- publisher ' '.'Sometimes it frpfs me to iiave
i».print, my reading matter, but I suppose it must be ldone. "
NO subject i. of ,morc vital interest
ro the farmer than that pertaining to hnrvpv, and no phajio of
thp geimral aiibjfct is more important
than the, proper training of tbe colt.
.At the'present outlook is that not for
man;, years1 will (his expense deerp.-isc.
and Hir probabilities arc that. Ilu.
hors,* ivill ju, rea-p i" nr'ei r-illier
thin    Ipprcasi-
' '."   -vvo   n'j\^   ti)   1-mii'J.er-
Oin    is   to   iiM-reave
Jior-e,  and   the  other
ength of the, time of
premise  to' a   definite
lifpiy Jacking.'
The Jiorsp in a stale of nature remains generation after generation in
the same mental condition. Never, until ,they come into contact with man
and receive training from him. is tJiere
any progress'1 in his mrntal equipment,
livery indication points to the"* fact
that, whatever progress he makes comes
from without, not by my process <^f
rpnsonintr within. Therefore it is necessary to bear in mind in training a
colt that it will not g-iin in knowledge
unless its training is continued. It
stops .iust whore you leave it, except
for th" accidental impressions made
that  attach   some   minor   habit.
I have discussed this point somewhat
nt lergth because it is fundamental in
training horses. When a man realize"
that he is training muscles to certain
actions and that through "these muscles j
the brain is trained, then and then J
only is he fit to develop a horse.
Those micrtf-prgniiisms were discovered in IBSO, .but "jhe, causal relation-'
ship of bacteria Jo disease was not finally, demonstrated ^un'til 'ihe fatter Mialf
of the TO.st century, ".when the' bacillus
of .anthrax was isolated (l,S-lii). ,TSie
^microbe of leprosy was ,discovered >in
,!S7fi, of typhoid in T?*"07or tuberculosis
in I^SSf-of cholera, dipjftheria a'ntl locjt-
:.f.i-v,,in TSSJ, of influenza iii^lfiOS.'of
bubonic plague in 18!?}. of dvspnterj in
1900, ami of syphilis in   190-).,
It is now admitted that the problem
of preventing infecfiOlis diseases, itm-t
find its solution in the study of tliOjSp,
microscopic, parasites.
"In old times down to our oWn the
doctor never cured disease,, but only
watcbed its development nnd suggested
means for avoiding the aggravation Of
its ravages. .jSTovv, all i» c.hanj-ed, and
bv the study of the defensive forces
which prol-et the organifin'against the
microbes of disease, health  will,in time".
.   . „    •'''-■>, I
jbiit in cistei;i)!si iiiut such pJn'c* vv', r,. .tj
-ia"  irnpriicticabJei-'to   drain   a«-v    ;!.,)
wtitpr,, a   littjf   kerosene-  oil p,n,-, ,i  ,a|
sproudti over  tlio siirl'-ieo of, I In- ![',>ik|J
and,'kill-, the larvae, J>y prpvr,iling   kial
from comiilg tip to breathe,   runl..'   lj
.••■ill  been   discovered.   tJ,,-it  eert.i"  <.\\
feed upoif (he Jifrvae of tliis i-io <,tvo
H.'jrhndos.'docrf .not'sulTer fu,m n. a,nil
because of tbe multitude of umII fi.hj
ca'Iled 'millions,' .whose duty it ,i;,.i- irSi
tohe'lo keep an expanse Of" watc frvo I
heing used as a\brreding-grotuuJ bv <bt\
ajiopheJis-.es,    IJy extirpu.n-n-* ti.l-.-f" noi
ifhus ii-sects tbe iiuiubpr^of^isi'v   i m .
Iaria jn  I*"^ypt was brought'dawn f-o-ij
two  hi-ndrtjd   p.nd   fourteun  In   IL"',; t»l
•ninety, eases  io   1904.,  Aii.I sinj;.- Jfts]
there Jigs not/been a ,«inglu casp."-
i   Sleeping sickness; ih'1 dehdlievt  sfilll
tropical disea^pa, which wipe-j nut^'-flAl
of, the inhabitants of the lJ«si-..l i T'><y\
'tectnriife, and  depoj>uJatev)  la re? :',.f**l
in the Congo, is tr.iu.smiUe.], iu,t  ,v 'It
mosquito,  but  by, the  tsetse fly, .-"-•!
■breeding plncet appear1 to be co^if'., :
the ground bush  within pthirl\  y,'
rivpr banks.    Tlie burning of'sii'. li '.
a'ecomjiaiiieil    J,y   personal   )ir»;>hvl ,
riseasurps   against   the   fly,   will   r.
sJec]iing sickness a memory el the ;
^ W.'-r to the death against  tlie i ,-.
hoitv..  tly  I*  t|io  coneluiling   i.loiei .'
of lhe writer of this article:
"This  familiar pist does no' eii
microbes,   but   simply   parries  lb- i
'its person and .lepusita them on i,
or <nilk, or other articles 'of fool.
 - *•  -.,,...5,,  v,.,i.«v.   » ..., lu  i nm".'«r-.iiiiK,  or oilier articles oi un
be assured.    Thp reviewer then proceeds | which tliey are transferred lu tb
I here  a i-i    * ,,*■
act    I his   evpi-ns,,.
Ihi-   iJubty  nf  Ilu
is  tn incri'iMi   the
^erv ire
The bettor a ln.rse is Iraincl and the
closer the nndeisl'iiiding that exists
between tbe ln,rs|. jind ti,(. drivr, tlio
gieat. r will bi i lie amount nt vvuik
tli it » horse , ati do, and, as ihe frie
tion less. us. the longer will be |lie
working   |,|*,.   nt    both    liorup   ,iii,|    man
The .ivirige li.it<-<-. brnken in bv il,e
av<rHgp in in dues nut know linvv to put
its lull stn.,,^111 to she vvoil, ,it hind.
..nd olten i!i\i|,,ps •! 1,1.1 temper tint
lii'iits    "(s   us.'fillness   in    tn'iny    v.-iv-^
I I s     IV ill liiin.. ,v.     (.nl-.es     a     loss     (if     time
tbi' I'm,mil *,, runny houri in 'i lew
months The initili'nn cinsed Iv Ih
.true !i s«,.|,s l,j.. abtlily lo du Ji i •- 1 f s(
work, .and adding a broken implt ,ik.iu,
aud now and , I hen a.dii'oken vehicle,
■caused' by. unsteiidiiiess, and, lack of
.-Milt rn] so'fin ainixiiits t.O' niany dollars.
The. first, requisite in . colt;' training, is
a', good'■ working '• -knowledge of. the
horse's, mind.' There is .a leiideiicy
iimiing I:oi,semeii f.o' .•Attribute to the'
horse a greaf iiiiioiint. of ia.telligence
and in sonic eases even, the power of
reason. ' It'is absolutely necessary Ihat
tliis fallacy lie enulicated from" your
mind,' it' you wan' a wtdl.tTained horse.
, No. horse, or-'aiiy other' animal but.
mail, has ever yet indicated any'ability
to reason.. Henson is the ' abilily to
proceed from a chiho to' a conclusion.
I. desire to consider some acts horse's
are reported, to hav.e (lone, nixl slniw
t.hal. there, are other-ways of explain'-
in'g the horse's: action besides the power
to. reason, '
The   first, is   the   old   story  of   horses
quickly   mtot>a couitfoj.
th«*. Itu—nt and. lunji...
MOTOHS MAKE BOOTS DEAR
EVERY- housewife bemoans the fact
' that nearlyoeverything is dearer
than it was a few years ago, but
she does not always know tho reason
of tae.«p up? and downs in prices. The
trade of thp world ,is so inter-relatpd
in these days that the least thing has
the mr/at important effect- We all know
that taxation, a bad harvest, or a war
has a^grcat influence on prices; but
there are also i score of obscure reasons
for tne rise in the cost of different ar-
fi.-lss.
Take boots. Thero is apparently no
connection between vegetarianism and
boots, yet the in.-re-ise of the vegetable
''■lting enlt lias had no lilt'e influence
<n the fi-ne of feather. .Meat is no
longi r (Mlen to the extent it used tc
~n&; patent breakfast foods are inereas
iiigly popular, and aro taking tlie place
of meat at the first and last meals cf
lap day.
Now, it dues'not pay to raise animals
for tne pri"e of their hides iibuic, si,
lint the Mipplv of raw mnlerial fur
li-illui has fallen off. In Amer'n » the
consumption of beef has diiiiii.islii d in
a large e\tiiil. m.tnv people !>,,<ommg
vegetarians in order tn gel the belim
<>r ll.e f-i.'i I Trust, an I llnref.iie tin
piici of leather litis risen, and this his
aflei led   Ix.ols  ,i|s(.
Motor eais .have al-o hid a i-rcit in
llll.'ln'.' nil the pn.p ol ItsitK.'t Ini bnot^i.
la al her is used -n lirgel,- fur il.ileienl
purposes c (uinectid wilh cars i>id th'
deiinnd ever increasis. with tlie lesiili
thit its cost nsis J hi li Ion nut i
ii. i niv sm, 11 r lis in dus , Im il ,<
ligh.l'cn our pockets. .    C'
'.Woollen    goods .. htive   ■ inc.rea'spi'l     in
prices within, recouf,'; years.    At lirst. the
drought in  Aust ralia' >vas (lie reason of
this,  but  fiiiii'e .then  the' 'increased .'consumption of frozen, mutto'ii is sa.id't.o br
the   cause.'.   'In-order   to ' increase   the
size'of the carcase, 'breeders'in 'Aus'tra
lia and Argentine have altered the typi
of   sheep,   raising   fewer-of   the   siiiall
merino variety., and more- cross-bred ani
Fiinlfi . with   a'coarser   wool.'    .Thus,   al
though    the, demand   for   fine   wool/in
creases,   the  supply  is   not.  equal' to   it.
therefore the [irice goes lip.
Ladies fond of beaiitifiil furs for.win
A Ready Weapon Agninst Patn.-
Tiiere is notliing eijnal to Dr. Thomas'
ICcleeti-ie. Oil when wejl rubbed in. ..|i
[XinetrateS' the tissues and pain .ilisap
penis ' before it. There is ni. k'tiiivvi
preparation f.h.-it will roach I lie' spo;
ipiicker I hail this magic oil. In cniiHe
queiiec, it ranks first nmorig IitiiriM-nI.
now offered to the public, and is ne
e.irded lirst place among all-its com
[letitors.
to describe with admirable Iiiciilitv thp
great discovery of MefchnikofT as tn
tbe parr played liy tho red corpuscles
or phagocytes, which patrol the bodv
for the purpose ot" devouring the invading microorganism. Natural immun-
I itv is achieved by a process of intracellular digestion.' There'are two different types of immunity: one in which
the invading organisms'themselves are
demolished, the oilier in which the tox-
inH which they produce are rendered incapable oi' injuring the tissues. This
is based on t,wo fundamental principle*:
(J), attenuation of virtues; (2) thp vaccinating property of thp attenuated
micro organism-.,''
The writer of lhe article In question
maintains thnt the grnatpst triumphs in
the war_ against disease have been obtained in lhe war of extermination
against the mosquito, the tsetse flv, the
familiar liou«e fly, and otb^r doxIo-jh
insects. Tho thenrv that disease might
be  carried   by  biting  Insects   vvas   first
nulc' Iy   alupi couiflis
tbr U»r- -a mad luntf*.
&(si
cur««   coldA,   faraU
»   •    •        23 coal*.
' tl 1
'■'.
,"r i.-i i
(' liul.'H j
body.     Typhoid,   cholera,   tnliei "uiosij,
and   summer  diarrhoea   arc  «ii:i.>n_-  "lie
diseases   which   lhe   bouse flv   Inl,,-   to i
dis^Pminatp.        The   breeding pl.ici -   '«t j
thp  house-fly  are  well   know-i,  and   its!
extinction   is a   matter  that can br   -f
fected by the universal  pa open'wi   iJ
tho  people of  the'country..- Th"    • i"e '
fly  hu.s   persecuted   mankind  for   in iv**
ages,   but   thp   hour   of   vctigi'iiic    .ind
retribution has arrived. 'In view ,,i '!*
extraordinary  success in  thp ■irevi.'iin
of tropical diseases, there c-in no l-u -l'-'
be any question that our English >* t c  '
rious   diseases    will,  in    tir e   .i)->'    p"
stamped    out.      Civilized . hiunii ll">    '* i
nearly  ready to  take  the grenti-t  s.p:
ever   yet    taken    for    lis   piiuii.,i|'"iil»1'
from the Wav ward auihonlv of nit t^'
Eelicf for Suffering Evorywheie !•«
whos^ life is made miser.ib'i' hv h»
Buffering that comes from, iti«Iitf. -> ,"n
anil has not tried Parmalee's ■.Vi'i-ibe?
Pills does not know how ea-ulv it's '■ '
milable foe ean lip dealt vvu'i -l In J-
pills will relieve where others fiil' 1 **'y
are the result of long ftnd p.itnn. v ' '7
and   are   i-onfidcutlv    put    t'orvv n 1 *
sure corrector of disorders of tlif >i'-.*>"i
tivp organs, from which so m.ciy  -   v.''-
A New Laxative z;.h8lh^r,ovn,omodernm'!<i'c'n*
somuch better than ordlniry phyjlcs. While thorourhly effecttva. they never
F ?"• P"r"'(: °r"use ciuseA. and never lose their e(fectivene«. Oue of the
best of Ihe NA-DRU-CO line
v.,m 25c*»'I>0-'- l' /our diucglst h« not yet Hocked them, send 25c. and wc
win tn»il them 2.1
Nal.on.l Dm, .„J CWmc.l C«p.»r of C.n.d.. Um*,«,d.       -       -       -       Monfrr.l
pQUD*jM(|;:i
ii -i':''«:-«"^35Si'j!l'';
;-{|f01EDE«0R0^
| DoKATHtEO.'.}!
Slops the Cough and Builds Up the System
W'hen you arc all "run down" you catch cold easily.
and your cough "hangs on."    liy taking
ATHIEU'S SYRUP
of Tar and Cod Liver Oil
you not only cure Ike loealtroublo but *"«<rpermancntl*r
.strengt.li.Mi (lie vvliol,. bodv. — ,
The   Jice.-h  Tar  in   the'Syrup  is soothing and hrali'ifj
the Cod  l.ivpr Oil Nt'itimlates  the appetite mid  i«-
while
creases the weight and.bodily  vigor.     Both'arc united IB
Ihe pleasant tasting syrup. '
Matliieii's  Neryine'I'owders which  sell  in  boxes of  '"
for L'",.-.  arc  the  best  treatment  for  any  fever or Ci'vC
ish cold, as well as the best cure for headaches.
<T.  L.   MATHIEU   CO.,   Prop's.    SHEBBBOOKK, QUE-
Western  Distributors
TOLEY  BKOS.,  LARSON & CO     ,
"Winnipeg,    J-almonton,    Vancouver   and   Saskateim Cross of Honor  s. leadership in the march of progress has now    *'  scome something more than a mere patriotic belief.  * ���*        . .       -        ���. , *        ��� ���*��� '   ���        '',''<���,,'  It has not only been conceded, but has been proclaimed in trumpet  taesby a.congress cf the nations of the world,  " ; / , \.  * > s v, ^ ,  National: pre-eminence has found equal expression and appreciation in international  reference for ���  ���".'��� . . ��� ��� '.-,<'  -}}y>  f  ua  lity  Sales both at home and abroad liave indicated   thi*   presence before;  but ,tooa>   it  '.conclusively proven by tbe cross ot"   bonor   and   medals   illustrated    on   tin*   pa^  ,w ol a competition which, marks an epocb in tbe history or   nrcw-n��.  pels,  Ionics  ���     -v ti i j/^ tl L--LJJL1      VVIULU     HUH   i\i.i     ***��     wfw   .    B/   tbese   decorations, and   by   tbe  diploma   ^V^Tf! ^  "?����  Pure Food and Hygienic Exposition at Antwerp dec ares  Pab^t  Bine R^Don   *o  ^utely-.the-fincs. of tW world's  brews-the   peer ; qt .,-H" ^.u*   pu, u>,.nu^,.t,v^.  ^"���hes and general excellence. :     -V ' ���'.  h j J-" -true' ^__i ,f iWawW 1- 'not ^ ^ J J ^ IK! Jr^" "  I ���? European beers were entered in tbe competition ; but, .that i ab.t uxi-c   -t  ecr t-Ut successfully withstood all tbe prescribed tests.  ��tUr beers   deteriorated ;   they .changed   color; . or.  lost  their: taste     _  Ribbon   alone  showed   a   perW^o.;,.   and, Jiu, pro       -  veritably tbe one real ^Beer ol .Cjuah/y.  'Macle by Pabst  and Bottled only  'Hcc  >as tbe  Pabst   Blue  ibis award is no surprise to tbose who know Pabst; but it is worth   pondering   by  those who drink other beers, or none.  The perfection of Pabst Blue Ribbon is the logical result of a  lifetime  devoted   to  ' the attainment of perfection m brewing.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a nutritious beer because it contains  all  of the   food   portion  of the barley grains���a result or  the Pabst eight day natura/malting process.       ���  Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is an invigorating beer because it contains   the  tonic   properties or  the choicest bops. .'/        ' '  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a pure beer because it is made tinder perfect conditions of care  '. and cleanliness. Vf .-���'., ���    ������������ V  V  '  .  '���  Pabst Blue Ribbon is tne ideal Kome (-beverage; because it contains a very small percentage (3i0'"0 of alcohol.     It   is   truly a temperate drink, invigorating and healthful.  Ilwaukee  at the Brewery  fi*_v.  r%  __ Q  1 WI  $  -1  one  17  utor  CRANBROOK.-B.C  ' !'    *  u \  1    ,   ,  '1  <9  I  1  ''������j. _*���_-**��� ~i*sf  THE LEADER,  MOYJE.   BRITISH COLUMBIA  Provincial   Electors  Act  Cranbrook   Electoral   District  1019   Langan,   Charles  Frederick    Cranbrook 2010 Wilson,  Douglas Anion  ....  1031   Laurie, .Robert* James  .' , '. -Marysvillc 2019 Wilson,  WiJliam  John   .   ..  1030B   Legault, Pied  w.   Cranbrook 2024 Wiseman,   James  Ricli-ird  .  1054   Lemoigno, Jean Mane  '.    Cranbrotok 2035 Woods.  Willam Henry    .. ,  1055'  Lemoigne,  William .' ?.  Wattsburg'2036 Woodsworth,   Tliomas   . ...  2037 Woodsworth,   John  Charles  2044 Wright  "*"-<.  '-Nt,  sJr��,  i'��     '  TAKE NOTICE that I liave received objections in writing 10 the retention of the following names ou the Registei of Voters for the Cranbrook Electoral District on  the  grounds stated below  AND take notice that at a. (Join t 01 Revi&iuii to he held ori tlie 1st. day  of May 1911 at the Court House at Cranbrook at Ten ,.0'cIock ���'������ (.be  forenoon, ' 1 shall hear aud determine the said objections, and, unless <,uch  named persons or.some otlier Provincial Voter on their behalf satisfies  me that such objections are not well founded, I shall strike such names  oil the, said  Register.  J.    P.    ARMSTRONG, ,  , ��� i  , '    Registrar of  Voters.  ,Dated this Cth day of April, 1911.  TUB FOLLOWING  PERSONS' ARE   REPORTED    A.USENT   FROM    THE  -     ,     ' f DISTRICT,  T'A'ctoiV," William Thomas "...    Wardner  5B .Adair,   Alexander   .*   *    Cranbrook  16" Allen,   John    '    Moyie  22   Amos,   John   .' .'. A    Cranbrook  28 Anderson,  Fred  Rae  ���_ ;  'qruniirook  29 Anderson,  George  James ...:...,. '.?. .' ,    Wardner  30 jAnderson,  Thomas  ...'. .'    Wardner  36   Angus,  Donald   W.  .......'. ���' ''. , '������ Marysville  38   Angers,  Frank  Raoul' i.-.l Marysvillt*  <>45' Armstrong,   Alan   ,      .'...' ���'.'���   Cranbrook  72   Bailey, 'Amos ���, ���' ���}    Moyie  97   Barr,   John  Edward   ,  7....'. ,������    North   Star  101' Bars,   Levi  -...., .- .' ; ���   Moyie  102   Dairy.   Merrick   S. ..' '  '-���'.'-, ,...': Marysville  112   Battell,   Geoige  Franklin ���' ���' v, Moylii  11G   Baylili,  Frank ...'...? '��� -    Moyie  122   Beehtel,  5har!es LeRoy '.���-*���   Cranbrook  131   Benmng,   Alonzo   :...'.....'. :    Moyie.  13C   Benner,  Frank Xavier, .'.. ���-, ������       Cranbrook  138   Bertran'd,   Honoie ,., '. '. .7.7.    Moyie  154   Bud,   William -Joseph '<���.....' '...../Mbyie  lfiO   Blake,  Frank  Graham  .".....' ���'���' ���-���   Moyie  163   Blatchfotd,  George- ���-. A.. ......' ,.    Wardner  191'Biault,  Alfred '...'... .'    Cranbrook  194   Brault,   Joseph Antoine  ...'. .' .'    Moyie  218   Rrouse, "Reuben, Earl    >.* 1    J. ���'    Moyie  227   Brown,  James  Arthur ' .".  '.7.    Wardner  229   Brown,   Sidney Douglas   .'.<, .7. .'.'.....t         Wardner  251   Bums,  Thomas L.V..  ." ....! 1 ., \." "... .7? ..Moyie  ,266'Butler,   Roger   .'. 7. ������   Moyie  271   Callahan, Michael  ,. : .'....'... Moyie,  289   Campbell,   Duncan    '. 1    Moyie  296   Campbell,   Michael   '. .'.'. .'    Moyie  "^���5^'   '  Ifc'WiS",!' 1  EB-JR */'"  8f.pi ''!',*,  Ijila,'.     . *   ,  -'    rl  ���i.y';  '     I.  , i 307   Carlson,   John  Algo't   ��� .-.. ������        .     .'..'Wardner  309 rCarr,   James  .". ���..'.....��. ....'.   *  ...'-Wardner  312 'Carroll,   James  Meagher   ' : - ICimberley  ,32SB   Castonguay,  Dieudonne"  f>.   Cranbrook  '   '   333B   Chanti^ny^NaphthaLe   '.    ',..'..     . -     Cranbrook  .    .     ,      352   Choinel,  Louis Jullen'j.  M. (...'  ,<��� '.  .Cranbrook  358   Clark,  David ' .' ���....'. -'   ."    Moyie  358B   Clark,   David   .' \ .?..   r. ������   Moyie  ,   '   '       367 tClayton', 'Edwin .James' .'.".    .< '.... Marysvilte  c  "    309" Clayton,   James   a !". .  ,.."      "....'.:     Moyie  -    '     ' 3S5   Collins,  Louis  , .     ���    > . .'    Moyie  &���* (- 3S8   Colter,, Rooert Johnson1 '.  l  ".../.....  1 Moyie  410   Corrigan,   Peter*  ��� , !....!.....  -Moyie  431   CPick,   George    t ." 1-  'Moyie  ���-434   Crooks, Thomas V .'..'.  '..- ,. .'. ��� Moyie  439   Crowe,  Fred  William, .'  .'. ���'..,.....   Moyie  447   Gumming,   David   .,  ..     .->     Cranbruok  455   Dalgardno, Grnnby Leslie  '..'    '     Fort. Steele  ' 456   Dallas,   James  Alexander  -.    -Moyie  167   Dawson,   Charles    '.     Moyie  47S   Demers,  Geoige     .' .- '    V     Marys villa  " 4S1   Dennis,   Wildon       '*.    Wardner  487   Dewar,  Robert E.  Lee       1 'Fori   Steele  490   Dickieson,   George   N     ".-..   Moyie'  525   Downes,   Fiederick  Ifemy       Jloyie  < 530   Doyle,   John    .s .. ..? '.   Moyio  539   Dunn,   William     ...t :    Moyio  v 551   Edwards, Geoige Ii ' .Moyie  557 < Edwards,   Walmac   E       560   Ellis,   Joseph   562 Elphmstone,   Goidon   .  ....'.  565 EJsmore,   Thoma-;  573 Erskine,'. Andiew   Wylie  ....  574 Eiskme,   Robert     575 Etter,   Eugene     576 Evans.   Charles George     588B   Felt,   Ricluud     589 Feltham,   William   James  ...  619   Flood,   Albeit  James     622U   Fontanelle,   Emile         625   Forbes,  'James     627   Ford,  Allen     630   Forrest,  Oliver      632 Fonest,   Tim     633 Forshaw,  Thomas     634 Forshaw,   William  Heniy    ...  638 Foster,   William  Gordon ,.v .,  63SB   Founuer, Henri     1)43   Fran&on,   Oscai    -      647 Fraser,   John   648 Fraser,   Malcolm      G63B   Gagnon. Theonld    675   Gaion,   Jobeph       683 Geddos,   Charles   William  681 Gibbons,   Jtinies   Lawrence   .  692   Giggie,   Lemuel      697 Gill,   Albert      698 Gill.   John      69'J Gill     John   James          .   .   .  72.1   Goidon,  C-car       727   Goupill,  Daniel        730 Orums,   Au-;inl          731 Gran got,   James           712   Grayson,   Heniy          76S Hall.   Albeit   hv-dinand  777 Hamilton,  \Si!h.im  795   Hart,   Harry   11    814 Hazen,   Fredonrk   Jcffcison  823 Hendeison.   Aitlmr   Scott  827   Hep\\ ortb,   Richaid       835 Hicks.  Albert Thomas.      .  .  836 Hicks,   Henry         842   Hilheiy,  Michael           859 Hope,   Patnck  W.  865B Houghland    tlarvey    . . .  873  .-Howse,   13d.wai-d:  I ;,..'..  877 Huggard'''William   .;...,...:....  878 Huggar'd,: William . Manfprd -  882   Hughes,   Thomas   ....'.".   896   Ingram;   Alexander   ...;,   912 Johns,;  James Leonard  ...'...  914   Johnson,';   Alfred   .���....-..'   918 Johnson',   Ezra  Farmer  ......  920    Johnson,  Fred Arthur   :.  925 Johnson,   Olaf  .....................  948 Kanneman,   David  Fred   A...  952   Keast, William James   957 .Kelly,   George  .'.   962 Kellcy,- Thomas   E.   .....'...:....  9CG   Kemp,   James  Colin      967   Kempston;   James   C   969   Kennedy.   Allan   1000B   Kyle   Harry  D '..  1001 , Labellc,  Augustus   1015   Larnmy...   Thomaa       7>Ioyie      Moyie      Moyie  Moyie  .   Marysville  ... Marysville        Ryan      Moyie      Moyie  ....'.     Moyie  1 .���    Moyie      Cranbrook  .'     Cranbrook      Moyie      Moyie      Moyie      Wardnei        "Wardner      Cranlirook  ....* .'   Cranbiook      Moyie      Moyie      Moyie      Cranbrook1       Cruubiooiv       Moyie       Moyie  .. Foi t Steele Junction   L Moyie  1057   Lennox,  Robert   Johnson      Moyie  1065    Lewis,  Frank     Cranbrook  10S3 '-Lode, Alphonse  .'.    Moyie  10&7B   Lortie,   Joseph    Cranbrook  1088'  Lougheed,  Jolin      Moyie  1092   Lowrie,   Robert  James  '.   Cranbrook  1099 Lynch, William '. '. ' ,..   Moyie  1100 Lyon,  George   .''.    Moyie  1101 Lyons,  Patrick   ��� .'  ,"^ort  foteele  1121   Marnock, John   '.....   Cranbrook  1128   Marshall,  Matthew , ,......" ." ,   Moyie  \UAB' Maynard, .Napoleon .'.   Cranbrook  1154    Mercer,  Joseph .'.. -Moyie  1I54B   Mercure,  Clansse  *. ,...'..'Cranbrook  11S6B   Moflatt,'George  ". '!.'....  Cranbrook  1197   Moore,, George  Gordon    :   Cranbrook  1199   Moore,   John  Smith   .'.    Wardner  ,1202   Moore,   Thomas    , V.    Moyie  1210   Morison,  Angus .'.'. .' ; 1   Moyie  1233   Mott,   Joseph  : ,.   Cranbrook  1226   Mowll',  George  James'..?.....'. "... ...,.., .'...'Moyie  1230   Aluutoe,  Daniel  K.' '. .'!'.    Fort   Steele  1232 Murphy,  Alexander  '......'. '. .'.    Moyie  1233 Murphy,  Alfred '. '.    Moyie  1235 * Murphy, Tliomas  ..,.'.' .'    Moyie'  1239   Murray,  Robert D.' .'    Moyie  1246   McAllister, Robert .-1 ."....���...<    Moyie  '1281    McDonald, ��� Archibald  ....v.... .'.....-. '. ��� '.   Cranbrook  1284 McDonald,  Ohailes A .V. : :.'. ,.' '...    Moyie  1285 McDonala,   Daniel   Edward   '. '..V    Moyie  J289   McDonald,  Dougal    '. , '���.". :'. '.    Moyie  1293 'McDonald,  Hugh   '. ."..�� .' '.....< Cranbrook  1302 ' McDonald,   John' Ronald   ,-.��� ,*: '.  Moyie  1305   McDonald, Malcolm Allen ' .V. ,V  "cranbrook  130S   McDonald,   Ronald   Josoph  : '. V .', '.   Moyie  1318   McDoiigal,  Daniel   '.','..! .'. /...". ': : .'.,   Wardner  1320   MeDougall,  Jolin  Sutherland \- .'. : .". .'!    Moyie  1322   MeDougall, Robert ."....'. :....!    Moyie  1337   McParlane,  Thomas Henry"  j.'. ::. .'...... ."..   Moyie  1347,  McGregor,   George Thomas   *...' s, J...;...'.    Moyie  1347B, McGregor,  Rooeit  .'..,'....'...: .'...f.'. ^Cranbrook  1351' Mclver,   Cbailess .' .". .' '.  'Mpyie  137S" JSlcKinnon, Jvenneth ....'. :..: ;.' .^.... ! Cranbrook  nil   McLaien,"Duncan  .'... ...*..J .'I;.'. :.*...!.. Marysville  1399,. McLellan, -Austin , James \t .". ��� ". ,...-./.".    Moyie  1405   McLeod,   Malcolm  : , .-.   Cranbrook  1413   McMillan,   Angus    '. .'.'. '...'...\ '..'...J-.r'...:...'.'.....   Moyie  14JL4   McMillan,. Cecil    " .\ :...' '. '..���.������'.'    Moyio  1415   'McMillian,   Konneth   .....'. : .' \..'. .' !.........-.   Wardner  1122   McNeill,   Malcolm    7... '.'..'.!.    Moyie  1424   McNeill," Roderick   '.' ". .<: !....'.'...:'..... .'..}".   Movie  1445 'Nesll,' Charles    7 :...."... ,_. ,..'..'. ..' ' Moyie  1446 Neil,-John  Lawrence ..a. : '........"....r.,..:...'..'.....:....���:.....'...:.." Moyte"  1447 Neilson,  Oscar Coborne ".< .' ,.<-.-..  Cranbrook  1151   Nesbett,  Arthur Henry ..:'. -.....'.'.   Cranbrook  1454 Nicholson,   Angus    .''. u  ���..'. .'....-.   Cranbrook  1455 Nicholson,  Daniel 'James -. V......'.  Cranbrook  UbS' Oliver,   Walter   .......' '...'.    ....".   i..'.-. 1 ���'....'..   Moyie  14G9   Olson,   Victor J i.....'. .'��� ; '. "...  Cranbrook  1478   Oxley,  Kenneth Flynn ...'...;....-. :...."....'. T    Moyio  1479"   O'Brien,   Charles  Edward '. : -. F..   Moyie  1480b   O'Haia," Andrew  ..'. .' ..." :   Cianbrook  1-193   Palut, Louis  '. .'.' .". Cranbrook  1493B  -Paquette,   Henri    .' .- .....:..'.   Cranbrook  150S   PatrecLinn,  Edward ' ''. ..'. -'Moyie  1510   Patrev-uin,  Lewis ' .'......'. '    Moyie  1321   Peddie,  Donald ! .7. �� .'..'  Moyio  1522   Peedle,   Walter  Victor  ".' '. '. 4Cranbrook  1325   Pennington,' Joseph ."..! .'.  Fort' Steele  1526  "J'enson,   Harold   John   ... '. f. \ '..:. , ;.   Wardner  1532   Petersen,  Edward   .j V...V...i... '.....' i.."..'...   Moyie  io3-l , Pettcrsdn,  Panlus.,..:..:'....'. \ Z..'..'. .". ,Wardner  1530   Pettet,  Willis ��� , .'...-. "'. �� .v Cranbrook  '1545 cPiercc, Bums .7 : , ?. .'    Wardner  154S   Pitman, Arman William  ".' 7.7.    Moyie  155S   Powell,   CharJes   Grant       '....���: :7..............V...lj'Fort  Steele  1562    Powers,  Nicholas    7.....f. .' '. ',Fort "Steele  1565   Pryde,  David   .'...'. '. '. v   Moyic��  1570   Quilty,  Patrick   .' , .'. '  Moyie'  1577   Rawhnson, Rowland  .' ..y.^....'.    Moyie  1585   Reeve,   Bennet Foster   .:.'.:.-.'. ���Sf-r'riTr.A*.'. /....'..'..   Moyie  J594B    Renaud,  Edmond , Cranbrook  1598   Richards,  George William  ��� .'..   Cranbrook  1601   Richardson,   John  Minto   '.    Wardner  1607    Roberts,   Arthur   S .' .'.    Moyio  16J3    Robertson,  Donald   Leslie     Wardner  1615   Robertson,   John. David  ..' 1 .".    Moyie  1618   Robertson, Robert  , .'....'    Moyie  1624   Robinson,   Edward   William   .'.    Moyio  1G30   Rochford,   John       Moyio  1636   Rogeis,   Samuel    Wardner  1642    Ross,   Hugh  Campbell       Moyie  1649   Boy,  George  .....!     ? '.   Cranbrook  1665    Ryan,   William  H.   ..   " .'.    Moyio  1683   fclchultz,   John   T ...." .....' 7....  Cranbrook  1692   Seguin,   Augustc     *    Moyio  1699B    Sheehan,   Laurel     .. , L '.    Cranbrook  1707    Shorthouse,  Bert James     Wardnor  1710 Simpson,   Frank    '..c .".    Moyie  1711 Simpson,  Frederick E   Cranbrook  1716 Sinclair,, Lewis M .'   Cranbrook  1717 Sisley,   George   Hany   71....   Moyio  1723   Slaughter,  Plnlo  Preston     Cranbrook  1732 Smith,   Calm    Cranbrook  1733 Smith, .David  ...' .'.   Fort   Steele  1710    Smith,   James  Ernest     ,Moyie  1712 Smith,   John     '. V    Wardner  17-1,4    Smith,   John  Edward      ,    Cranbrook  1717    Smith,   Robeit      .7....   Moyie  1759    SomerviUe.  Albeit    Cranbrook  177113    Spilstead,   Charles    ,    Cranbrook  178G   Steele,   Henry      Cranbrook  178S   Steele, William     Moyie  1791    Stephenson.   Albred    .'...   Moyie  1797    Stewart Alexander  ?.    Moyie  179s:    Stewart,  Aubicy   Bovier    Cranbrook  1799    Stewart,  Charlie Henry   ,    Wardner  1803, Stewart,   Hugh      Cranbrook  1803    Stewart.   John   Alexander    Moyie  idlO    Stinson,   Halford   Dwight      Wardner   ,    Moyie     Fort  Steele  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  ���..V Moyio  Cranbrook  ., '      ,      '     Moyie  ,   Alexander   " *  THE FOLLOWING PER?ONS ARE REPORTED DECEASED  .13   Alexander,  Jonn Howurd  .' '���   ^r.an^r0,     '  31' Anderson,  William  ....;..' ;  Klmberley  35   Angus,  Donald   -   Fort  Steele  25i   Burns,   Joseph   Cranbrook  439   Dinsdale,   William    , - ���    Wardner  596A   Fields.  Charlie, ��� '������������  Cranbrook  1298   McDonald,  John Alexamier  - .'    Moyie  '13C3   McKee,   William   , .'... ��� ,   Cranbrook  1561   Powell, George Lionel  '��� Wardner  1568 'Quarnstrom,   Cliarles   '    '.,.'.  Marysville  1667   Ryckman,   Seth  Watson   ' '.    Cranhrook  1802   Steuart,  Herbert  William  ....; , .' .'.    Moyie  The following   persons' are reported  as not' qualified  when placed on the list  38C   Antoine,  Jules, '.....', 1 '.V... ���'-���-  Cran'irook  18-1' Bradley,   Thomas"  : .'....'. ' Cranbrook  865C   Houle, Anselme, ....'. .' .'...' ' Cranbrook  1007B   Lafohd,   Philippe   , .; Cranbrook  1015B   Landry, Eliso 1 .' , .,.....'..'.".....  Cranbrook  1209B   Morin,  Frank ..,: '. .Cranbrook  1268B   McCormick,   Richard    ...,' :.��   Cranbrook  15^23   Patterson,  William   ":.,..^, ...-��'  Cranbrook  1564B   Prudhomme, Raoul ....:.'. ' ,- , .'   Cranbrook  1609C   Seguin, Henri '. .'; ��� .'...'7...,.  Cranbrook  ,il   The  PR0SPEGT0"  Cranbrook. B. c.  Hie Lead  of ,th  ing Family \>  e Kootenavs  apd  Subscription $2.  00 per yea  in advatue  |HE PROSPECTOR   PUBLISHINi  COMPANY  -ranbrook.  It.(  .   Moyie  Moyie  Wardner  .   Moyie'isil   Stirling,   John  ltvan I 1S2G    Sullivan,   Jeiry  MoyicJRs.JG    S-Aan,   Harry"--    Moyie  Cranbruok ! 1 s.is   Sw.ft,   Sunnicl     Moyie  Marysville j 1849   Taylor.  Frank.Henry Paul      Moyie  MoyejiSol    Taylor,   George   Alexander      Cranbrook  Moyie j 1RG213   Thenen,   Elise    Cranbrook  Cranbrook! |Sf,4    Thorn     James   ..    . '    Moyie  Cranbrook   lSGS   Thompson,   John   Cranbrook  Cranlirook  Marysville  Marysville  Moyie  Moyie  Cranbruok  Cranbrook  1&73 Thornley,   John  Lawrence    Moyie  1871 Thornton,   Alexandei   l.o.ve       Wardner  1901 Tiirnbull,   William        Moyie  1"02 Tiirnei,  Geoige   Bdwaid     Moyie  No Business Man nor Property Holder can afford to  neglect his. Insurance;  "represent three strong- companies:  and will Jbe pleased to quote  you rates  1902B    Vnchon,   Clair . .  .  1903    Vadi-i,  Daniel .,  1908    Vellenoweth,   Frederick  Cranbrook'1909A    Voroiy,   Jenn   ..:..'..'...:.':.  Cranbrook   1909C ��� Vezina.   Apolinaire  , ...  Cranbrook  1914.   Wadd'ell,   Thomas.    Cranbrook   1922    Wallace',   Gcprge'.....'��� '.'  Cranbrook   1930 ' Walsh, .John  Edward  ...  Cranbrook   1931    Walsh,   John 'Francis   , .  Cranbrook   1935    Walters, '--Joseph   ......   Moyie   1940    Wai-dmnn,  Tom .....  ..:....   Moyie  1949   Watson,,'.Charles    il..  Cranbrook   1967    Welch,  Thomas       Moyie  1969   Wcls, ' Walter  Albert  .....  ......   Moyie  1970   Welsford,   George   John   ,  ......   .Moyie  1973   West, Charles William ..       Moyie   1.975    Weston,   Arthur   Millsi ..      .Moyie   WTC   Whaley,   Henry   Herhoi.-t  Cranbrook   19S3   White,  William  Scott     ;  ...;...   Moyie   1991    Whitney,' William   H   Cranbrook   1993   Whittem,   Robert   ...    Wyellfle 1998'   Williams, John '...   ,.  Cranbrook  ... Cranbrook  ........   Mbyie  ..- Cranbrook  .  Cranbrook  .....    Wycliffe  ........   Moyie  ........   Moyie  Port' Steele  :    Moyie  .   Cranbrook  .   Cranbrook  .  Cranbrook  ........   Moyie  .....   Wardner  ..,'.   Wardner  .  Cranbrook  .  Cranbrook  ....   Wardner  .  Cranbrook'      Moyie  .  Cranbrook  ox 4 * * I'/.!**--* i%V -V^a i*«jM5
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' iVrn'ftl dant-uf »pe for the ^iionnnl gii.cn up, tint
;d end -of dinnere, uHifitciUPS and c,ud parlies, each
i,..v'rtf whwh <-aJta for elaborate drea/<r„ ''-m, mailer,
i .'iijui-f ^uiyna (bend unay tiaie. beeiyr* tjso(Winter
ilu,) Itmvi of,the wilder tbi-y are beginning lo J00E1
j,, on' of date, or, if, net cut of df*l»,,ari' nhvivvinv.
fVV'il., v-iar and tear t\i'fy li?/*-.* l/een ihroUgh. M'-that
a, « ", ii, vino tak*a a prJdo in !»!wiiJ-» beiug well dressed
,}■ 'H'Tfl the trsonaei-t frA'dienin^iip thmgWts** bought
„,i,^-i, •,s>ef$ijil'or'»r.d incidentally ^rtdirig Jo h«r «to<-k
•V tf.jr w,i.ndarf!i!l[ba-*','«infc in'modr-l (jkwdi. th«t the dre'bs
/in'-l - >' I ifc-PftrtV'* »« disposingvof pt lo"-*- pri"«ti. ,
■ •'-,.. (.nP(.|i? hav'p been nu popular for, so'Jong m^ ttp/"*
reinarkalii'' thnt iby.r_.3rg juntas,'fashionable
Uk> sftfi clinging fy'-btf'M ,»»'!, ."*•*, t*s»spar£/-;t
remarkably  sa'isfftHory  that  tbV bty.Jp   bag
pif » >'
tt£ ' i"!
<k'<- '',1
I uufo'-'-'
ftlri i"'-
■oi' i 1 "
'"' ^t^',   Ther? cai- ;llst> !>«' Purchased by the, -,ard beaded
not* -which -vi,  be,fornix  into -,,ost attract ive' tunics, and
With a  deep crystal  fringt  added,   .v,!l  mal'i-  th*-sown
,cffoc„*.e aii could he <hbn-u bv it-- most fastidious'
ioniead of placing wnite.ur pJlL- , tdorcd u.-ts out th.'
gowns ol brilliant hue, it is ihc fashion this m ,?r to haye
tho. tunic of bouio Vivid sbadt 'f.f. itjso or electric* blue or
emerald  riho,   v-bilc ,the  t*oi!. i'?rc-«   js or  ,Ultv  <ir"crt.im
WUHP jUt'll,     'Hhf* tlioio <jr   .i.orlr.^^njv,^^.,,,,.,,^;^..   ,..., „f^ ,
bMb ul flent an'd bat k i-'S'.'if^.nboiu an hicITof tlT'whito
viable. Jt i« a good pojnt to n member that when thi' tunic
•* la/'L^ti its white foiui-laUon ir will forU'ifniin h of its
tiiioT «, th'U a. far ,!e< rter nbul^w-i be used than ^'i.'i'h! nt
hrM.bv- iii-jught passibl.'      . u
BACipiNG Liy_   GAME IN   THE
rt A2CTIO
I^JIK hiiovtnijc   oi    p.vw   h,,i   become
'  BueJi a  rommon  J'eatuic uf  Arete
e* I" iil lujjH   Hint   (•„-.  lii's  ,n  thai
p,ir),ii ular   luUi   of   --porf   aMOut   J.I
attW;<H-r'
l-,r    tic    e.'.|,r«t.(i    purpohu  i i"
buk   line pojur, of the iuh-i&I* r*>
natiiiU, is the A relic CjrJ 1.   ami r.l  i,
' " 7
friend
ii'
'Hi
"V
wtJe
ll   t
rill-; nu
ill   W,n
ii.in :
Ct't
vk
v o i. r
1 hen
'HWI -
I'lIN
a pen.-'
11 (
to
u^      [>
"Id',
Kid n<* \
K'nui li
«d
luill
•1
.-A-ii
.    On,
dl   tli
rj.i
.lor.
Al ,.t
hi-
V.
*^,
lil.lVf     t I.
■ji,,|
hit
(lie
But to fit  out ,ii t.iipf'iliivoii jl|fMr «yr  i)u   lieui, nml  *h,   ftj|  b.„ „
e.'.|/r«t-(i    purpohu  if   brii ju >-   ll'ii^ti'it; the  j.i^-h  out  oi   fin    hole,   ,w
.vtio'-r s J'Vt   a   Jar},'-'   j an    <3    tn-u    ., v|i r   :ir, I
f'J> utv   nf  meat  li.stiie      \Vi    tt*i-"„ loA(r,
id
('ins in ibaij*"'i  it'baek  (ifl.i  (he In U, tinA' >-oou
-   .  ijeenji J I our li' aj- safe lusule. "
Hiu-h    r\J,'. |     l)"<" v"">  bifRO mah  Im tr f. j.-> MiaDt*
/.   ifamey   «ives>,   in   the   current ! h d io death iu siii a-1  mpi  to lout, him
of thp OofwofioJiTaii, oi  •' bnggiog i»boi' rd_  f-hi;>,     lie   iuc-u~,un d   nine   tci
from tip to tip—too larjr, for thi fijji--..
fin Aujfiisi 22, tht 1,-i-t nf.thf. tv>Vt
mos wer*- drnjiped -U I'apo 'S ork, ami
tbe expedition co-.-Jnufd mi ita »jv
hpi^e.
r
'SSm.iy  but  'i-utrtv.
the
f.ffall
ivirti* f)J- all hnu'er jo,
(,"«',!'* ar« gr'^ioff Jmo,'i r.o';fl." twyic, bi.ViAwr, do
fd'i'K tbe i,7<,»»d, a:n-Jv i» nthrr mai.e ouite ' J.ori
(rn-e'i.thpr thCWiNji-t ,,f a .ir.ct^t,. or ebe i; ,  t q,i.
i  ,
i   riur.%
■jot yttt
•il  <'lj   lo
he door
'VIM'
-<w 'l(
ii fttf, hi.r
:*-l
Uk-.'f u'./.v^i'ahe of life.   Tbori! arc fhi* snout'e.\<|uibilc mlJe,
"     "'       1. >        !r.,       ' .1 . '..
k,,
A   " (
■fmi'rr,
"M§^«fc#'^a.',, ,4-,-VVfes 1««"_), v-,^
ly j Wit/(Mr to <M?ht )t,et,^ jjut oi- -il! ti m-i, 'it mr,i
hanf- Kfaisht, for thm is deroi|.nd«)l of everyipi<jrt ioadn tlii«,
i'lJEOu, and fe/<«o tilt" ncvem Kktrib, which" r • t)h "xhih)' «
nifp^ctaW" hmount of mau-naj Sjbf.at Ihc fe*.l aud ankles,
*rp f-iAJm'-iH (,/j as t(, fall Wonderfully' straight up iivA down.
- Ib'B w the tipie of year v/hen, the^oiw.-i tvho does aot
fo BOuth ba^unenJii-^ ilvtntiwU upon her "marl- black cven-
ni-!- KOwnsf. The tiewc-t bl.-iek eveiiin-f frock*-, wi*h tbeJr
,w«'ftlfbo,ofrBihcr and gold, tofnmi'ng aud theic m-isit*-, of jet
HJwKcTystaJ and, bead .cnbn/idery, nre rare!) bt'iutiful ei-
ample-i of the ^reps'iruiker 'j and the dcs-igt'iers' art. Orey ao
wmbiflcd wfth bJai*!*,' ,i(it, ar^l black bcadwork that it cornea
Under the head of the black gqw-is-ip aJW much in faYQi for
the mo»t clahoxalo dinner froeks. A frown made ,w"ith''elotb
of, pilver a-j^ii' foundhHon and overdres-B or tuifie of black
wjtbj j"t jjeads iir'diagonal rows iv.is mo'-t eifectjvo., The
bodied -sv.is fiJJed hi with -dlvr lace n;niiait-aji»r '7n gold.
T'i^'if is liitle'lifw'llhotja so lung aX tbe'shporlnatetials roo
tuilte tn be hft exfpn-'sfely e-ilbroiilrred <if tho tiuiie going
"Ut of f«t\0r. (v.t!«4liH thc-rc is no ,,b.itemen-fc ot the popularity of the tuiuc for^evvMuiig w,ear,'j'or' it is npf»irVh« over-
(iresa)tJ.'it hjuh4a wealth of hesdwork is now JaVisliod, unless
T.t1-— tffe ffi'unda'lion 'i I •-ell',''.which Is f*iven all the trimming
-imil reiitliieii to be tprtetipd try a. diapjiairous'eoveririg'of net
or ebiiVon, < i h< :      ' ' '      ,„   , i    "r
' - ' ' < , '     & { *
t 'fh.tre -ire so many 'different'-•r.Ops for mourning at p're-
seut that it is, <j|iite ('iflieult to dri'ide. vslial tt» elioo-le for a
motiriAiij: otitlit. 'A certain pivinresqiieness Veems to be the
Tfrp*.alJ'j.>; rfnfc, and \et eoii?er^ati\-e taste rebels againht
anything'that^i-' mn on'fheVti.'reofvped'orrit5r or thatt h in
am* y-'iy ■v>n*n'ieuoiii, Tho» riilr-^ for fir?t mourm'iijj have
until kite'lv ibeen cxfreinely strict and even now for nix
i',i.'(d<s deep mourning; j** tho j,*mir. Crepe'plays an 'important
(•art* for \cilf, b-it*-, itiit.in.i-ie. ,ind even for entire gown?
nnd rostn'no*. r[«e. a^airr, there is mdfh di<-inssiifn as to
.whether'the, all ^orppe costnine or £r-\vn it ^s deqp mourning
as the absolutely plain cloth with dull fim»h. 4   «
Vothii.e^htuiduonier thai an enti/e gown ot crepe'ran'
well b<- worni—fur thi- °).reet, eoat and, skirt to mateh,' for
dJi'} ht-ti'e. (ho liina, I'lnin prineews c,r iKmpire o;0-ivb.' i-Chiffon
hnd^after the nrgt thrrp mnntbs. dull jot trimmiojr, 13 *kr-
ini^ted; *at   firSt  onlv   th^   transparent   turnover tcollar   and
eurinjf inov iii£j pictures of
r/'frti'ii   of   flo>-   and   Wry;
no-,'It-;   and   the   aceoii'ii
J'aul   "
issuo
Antic mo.'istcra with rope, gu'i t^id
eaimra,5,' not only fomismi enteitifin'
mg'reading, but "will add lonsuler.-iblj
to the iyU rest -Aith wh.i ft \^itorH to
tbe ,K-(w Ypijk Zoo wilj re^'ird tv,q of
h_i» Jnloir tropbies'-riow in th-il njititu.
tion. Mr. Riiinoy'*! eip-J.tion, whhlk'
fcaiJed from Boston on the 3,\tfentb ot
Juno Kst, crobsed tbe An'tie Circlu at
three id tho afternoon of the fifth'of
■Jul;., ffhen tho real ad\f ntnriu-j* be
K^n 'J'hfl lir.st animajsi in med alive
were two walrus calves, tuiwjh n-era to
ha'.c' mstinctW'eJy bit ,ij,oii a _ovi>J
plan for fi'tticg their quondam nurses
know -i.hf-0 enough iioiirn.shmunt had
he 11  biipjiJud   to, them.    V. p  read: '
'' 'l'Uey werp stupid little -leijow-,
cJ^opin-; inuuc of tbo time, and' when
'they vAe would .b-e^ii! prompt!-. t»
jaellow for dmncr. We i^•l 'ihem "eon-
denied pulk out of m
brou-jht  alriOj?  for  tbe   [
din* not wf;n to'be fullj re.ili/ed. aod
uiudi 1. vs umlerstcod by musu larib i"
Ihi-   .Mint r.i        *IJj,j   .nodora     tridilim
<l'eis  s irne   hi   oi.r
m*wel
v, liu ii   1I1 (ii.. r.dt'Jy
iii'i-t   i ri.ir.ii.. r.st'C
to
POPUXAR   IGNORANCE    CONCEE.N-
fNG THE ipSAX QUESTION
MY AI'i^.\V   in   out-   of   big loaaays
Vaysi  '•'J.ho opinion of the great
1        bodv    oi   the    reading   pjljlic 'lx
1'iy materially  5h_*ipi*i.< 1   b*.   the   1111-
siipportcd   a-cv'rtioiifi  ot   Uhh---  v>]io< d-»
dume a, right  io  erttif.'|/f'.J,"    1 h.' Irufh
of this  ol)>e'r\aiion  ha,-, bi on'epo-tpieu.
oil'-Jy   demo-isdH'ted   hi   thr   <reeeat   dj.s
iw-sion  lu   the   public  pr. ssfof  th*  af
lair* of tli" HehrfK fi*» 'Jj'ujr •nK-a dis
t-Us'-fOii' precijjiiu'-ett   bw   tcitidii    c-in
• imi »,  liy  I be  l',(Oip  Kiri,' <'lull of >,t-,(,
jj0, j j    s Vol k: of nu order of tb»>  t*oi"rtt*l*A   ot
'lios.>     Thivl' °mi»"•■<''* fiH'"'J-ohor tor the T-illiu'lc of
absorbed  mi,Vtc alarming oJianiW.'S   of ]'-?'''"^m""Lflu.l'""\ "'V'''/'^ V"'V ""',N
^    ••     .,'  wb,0'|""lr.  Gwtpl-   AribdnU   M.irli.   an   a..
..-:.._' kiMnvled^cdi a«thnt-iiy   ou   tbe   t'ir«.a'l
(i e-noii    wli'o(n',)s  m td>  ^ioihI
to   lhe    PribJlof   ii^md-i,   iJ< rtVs   tri
rsmc
tit, aat! ynicr H  difteO".rrly
then   'e(itib)   hold   no   nu r».  01   snekiu,
up  »  large   tnodthfu!   •■-. f bjoivijuff   1
with -.'leal  creeii'tor. iu ilu fiiee nf th'
iipi.il ,1 ■
I.- h^.ifii
reciRM-,
tu>r a-   ,
Som*"   I    ,
nilde
I'lif**!"-!!
that Io
as v,i ii
notes, 1
tions
abli)
/llitijr r'-
Joii'ri r
by   ihe
qui "-t.on
LiKi'.i'
tun   th"
■!|H
til
nurve.
CJKee.Mon^Mv tlu.j.  1 r/t1 only
pOpnln- ini-rtpprei
tJ'.    r'fl)   facto   pf
bo, r,-,ii bouutt to find it." Kuli (as ho,
wax culled ^for bhort) one morning disc
co^ereil their first beijr fi-r tho party,
and it,wiis decided to take^ber aiiv'e„
How this t\Ah acoompliibhedas thus nai-
rated ,hy Mr. Raiuey: .»,,,> , ,
1 "We Jow'T-pd 'a-Tny tbe" launch and
chuood her. *5ho'got"in
itbt pnrl v. Jien  we Van'at
?r.y.  v. siriiijar
r.eti each se.iWu forjlie ua--t
ai»->i,(- the paoV?;;    ,;,
'ofigvide of her     .. '   ,
ijup;   ou   the
has been
forty years.   .What it really,meant and
the reu"on for it uiay'be gathered'froffi
llie following extfaetf from  Jfr.,Clark'b
artielp:      ' ' '",,■'
"Tliis order, called _tfor the,, killing of
?.^00 of t,he feuuerduoii-. young, maleh tdi
their   skins. ,'It   IB   the ,wav
■ind <ii'.|st«
in pl.t, "1/ wheio il
IP ooi luiH'iafie 1-,
multi-'jJe ,-withtJvit
as ll„- usual thin-;
tiiat i. n not p,( .
true eJur cut "of
worcs rfbeii ret to 10. sir, ai.d
mt tl.- lonveoH'iiee of b'i gern,
istfae, eitigeneies of mu>-i'.il
i'(lain a!f-rj.ti',mi a;ld fodih'ia
iu.,- oeei' or-Uiucd as uqa-voj i-
vfid 1-.en 'it^irablc tithers a*-i
so w|JI aeeu'totned to neither fatannj;
r.fir iirnVrstawdiug tlu- wor'db of vo.-il
mmie tha: tho (juesUo'i Of bow f,ir the-
!angu.i<"i o/t singers may lrdiifer from,
onfliia'r;.- .spec, h is to them, a matter ol
little  ronscijiiiisie,
At the present time, when ho much is
beidg -.uni about the opern, and osjt ,
1'1'Jly ,'iii'iiit opera 111 l7ugi-sh, it'is >vorth
calling aticutit^i1 tli trie fnct that, e-y
(fpt iu the mouths of the ef,media«s',
the true K--^l.|v.h Lrogoage •-• not -jew
h('t|rd ujion thp operatie ->5'ig". and wr.i
lareh iu rei,ogoi/i"l '"( gli--h snigiig ot
any i-ind Sfart'iug and hweepmg a--
this 'liseitioi v u\ iippiar, i'^ tr'itll will
at or.io bee,im,- oliViOo- 'o'.'li suite Vie,
wi'l tei'1..!!,' t,r. nidi* ;.< miKe 1,11
f7iif.*iisb --iiico r vjic.il; ii.s^ivorls i'l epviift'
ly the sii'iie » iti),nf ut which Ju> or she
generail'.   <■ if„', rt! Co '
'J lo- iili'iiVt . 1 If ,s vvtil worth a
iy t<i ffx,,t\ the 'nat'ijri
li'ji ui e/jr'ul'Oyito the
■'is >j,ii'irig , tc 'ctring ul
tnoM •'!-•! uhmIv Jin^uJv
t,. t|,M follovving: , "
•■;<,''' ti" 16 -'hand"" <id
ih.'1
Bright Braius Count
IfcuL'.' h< -vjiijions-
uess, li id Stomach,
Wftak Ki-iutf.ys,
dull tlie brain.
Brightep, up with
_t
Effcr-
vesoznt
25c and Goct a 1-ottle.
65
J
wm^%
little >-'(niy,   it
»f    Ita    Ml Jill
111 eiii   hist' '1
/ i«gl.U.d      th<;
tie yar.i.itiiitis
rTIfe"" light
eliaij^ed  to
Tin
1 6
a-3 1
.) "   a<» , in. the
to  the  r,bort
si;fj."s,r,un'iiap*  "'
woni •"'lo'-"" n eh!ntg(><l
"or Uf. in "<,f.!l     ,   ' 1     f      1
3. Tlie vowel soundb assoeiaH-d witji
■*r's m^/er," 4*or," "tr," "tir," ar*'
altti'ed sariuufily in iinuiuliitp fhf^ir."''
'^. 'ihe '■hort "^','ta-> in'".hit/' whivh
i,onrh |!|e, jfirvt pan of tho bound jti
••berr.V r''i- 1 hanged 16 "qf.'""eg.,-
• "lii-crr..',' r  i, '' 1  ^
It. The  blight'1 souisdiue;'  '*i, '  aa   iii
"hitMr""">"•.   Kfrtndoiied   tn"*'-iWi> "   '
ft. The rolling l'"r" i*- ^ntrridii|'eil be
for"   otber  1 ohm n-iets   .i*vd   li   the  -.''id
■sihtto 1hriito dueVing and do'lg'uigs di\v
iilg out ot highly and coming u.p with
a roar and a flash of her terrible fangb.
seems to overlook.    Act uni r-nuni,
shows  that1 2!l   out   of  eveiy' .",0  males
born, are sunerflootis for  breeding  our
At last I MWedpd it, 'getting the udus% ^'^ A roasoAable ,.rop«,rtion of these
......  •-..-  ,...-.    .....   _.*_..':. 17  ...   .V C(i  may  b<?  killed   for  coimViOrcitl   ii*-e-t
over  her  bed,
he d)\ed unjje
and  as- quick  as  a   eu:
tbdiTjual and eame oiit
I'lMll )
I  'I '       .
I11'*,   ''t
|1> Wi -
j»a , 1,
I 11 1
I" V
I "Tit. it
j ll r, ,,  ,
ll
ll
I ''
r
I"-''
jte
ii
ll
V
li 1
l>
'■1
|u
"",,
hep,!
3 I' IT
l.ll.l,.
fefth'l"''!
buio  and   lace  robes,  t-uperbly  embroidered   in
1   silk   embruidor.i,   with   peailt),   rhinestoiieb,   an 1
''  lewelled beads.    Those rnbss or tunics—for, as a
'r' jn   the   tunic^ stylo—.ue  quite  dil'eront   tt'<iiii
J it nascbeeu see^n and  aiO' worn  o\er either the
1 -.'.n or silk,,blaek or m lute.
"'o-llng  of  colors  is  also   fashionable,   but  it   it,
1   "leu nl   for  aifyone  to  undcitake who  has  not  a
'  110 fur color as noil as a trained .sense  of litne-."
- '!o   embroideiy and all the trimmings.    Theie is
'i   iiili roue-.. 111 the design of the embroider-, as in
1   >   Wiritties   of  lucoj  :(»id   lh.it   whiih   gne's  sm h
'\   .iv eniltKiidfied nets and clutlons can  hi-dh
'iih iki-.cities and very latest fashions,
'h rather l.ito m the Season to use mm h fur  iv
1   'ml if   Laster the  gowns   tnimncl   with   s.ibio.
1  "-t  lashinfalilc-ot all, .skunk  fur h 11 be w»i"
"  tlie fin  with Jho transparent   faliii.s is (, o-
' opnl.n it\,  ,is  Oils   is  an  age  Minn   .11 \ t li i"i„
I   ortgui.'il    is   bound    to    be   poptll,' \    p lb
'1,1111    embroidered   111   siher'.ind   pe.u I   lulls
'" ' r  uhile  s.ni,,   ls   [,,,   nun,   ldi,ui(    111  ,m,
ng   tri'inucl   u,tb   ,t   hniol   of   skiink   .ii.iiini
1   tiinie     Fur on  the  waist   is  more  m   le^s
'       hi   i'\periim nl,   101    il    lot   ,1-111,','d   •Host
■'King.      \   0 mow   liiu.l   is  tin   Iks'   -'\|,
"nl   nnh   lool s   mil.   es|,e, ully   n   tli    Im
•"I   i< sci iptuiii.     I'lfiuie is in  ihesloit  111
eeo'iimg to  lew, am!,  in  t.nlli,   is  no    lo
t   is no.11  to !li„  fun     I'veii Ih-   1 it s|,  si
iplevions snllei   by <oiittis|  \utli   it-a di il
an ci eiiing ^ou  1
'j1'       f   her   brilliant    eo'onng   In    I it    1 h 1 1
'i <ps  wur  ermiin.,  and   look  thinning    J> "t   ''
' ' "-i '1   foi   the  model  (il   the ilu ss  n \   is  b, sl
"huh,  ot  course,  u  „„t   fur at    ill,  1-  bisi   oi
o> iiiil.out    i„    \\l,it(>    bioiMi   .and   tlie   '  hums
h   as   w-ell   is   not. one   wliit' 'diminished   in
the   season   nears   spring   many   cieniug
ell'ect   upon .their   fin
wilh   mnrabout. .o'f   tiie   shade
ml,
1 nr
I   ii
1II1
i-luol,'
in,l   !ls
l;;,vc   dopeuded   for   tlu
,'   "nibg   redecked
Ion   '
nn lluvtifcher side ,of the iee. Before
-wo could get the engine reversed' (.he
b.itl acfiially succeeded iu ipi-lling the
'boat1 up ou tho edge of tfce"iee, 'bnarl-
itjg anil growJing, and tearing at th'b
Tope "ar'tfund her ncek. , \Ve tlid some.
of rhe lyiidiest **«rk of the entire ^\
pedition getting, t'hat engine going >as-
terli, and w^i'eri we ■backed off into
deep water wo pulled-iher"in,,too. And
th"n wc "had the laugh on , Bob: for
the mirnite tho^bear struck tho vrator
5J1O dived <agam, came tip lust where
Bob wai bitting; and reaped hor'hea^d,
and £Qrepatts,'o\er tbe gnuwale, With1
a yell' he turned everything loose and
"jumped'for tbe totber side-of IW boat,
while, tne/xcst^o'f^iiB-.roared with Iruighi
ter.',f took a boatbtiok' and inankged
to keep ber ont-of the, launeli, and wo
towed 'he-r-Jiaek to- tbe thip. -A'nother
Tussle hpgau when we got her along-
i<idec Sho was piatty -weak h\ that
time, but still fighting' mad. and 'wa
■n ere' nenrh as used tip as =he tvas 1>J
the tiAle we got the wi|ieh Jiitthed to
Jier. But after that it was easy, and
madam was hoisted up tbe «-ii!>- like a
bale of tfarcro and lowered iiito one of
th" fornard hatches, llere. v,hen sht
got her wTnd back, shtj settled down
in quite a' matter of-faet 'way. Thi=
"beast sa now one' ot Dr. Hornaday's
guests at  th"  New  York  Zoo *'
A   day   or   two   later  a  magnificent
specimen   of   a   bear   was   taken| alive,
and  named "Sihcr King.'' on account
of   his  beautiful   coat.     Fr6m  the  firs*,
ho   was'"so    ferocious   and   hard    to
handle, that   more   man   once   ouly   his
superb appearance  kept him  from  sudden   death."     Sihor   King  is   also   in
the New York Zoological Gardens.<-
When at   Etah,   Mr.   Rainey 'secured
photograph    of   Dr.    Cook's    world
famous    cache,    concerning    which
says* , .   l
' "The afternoon of tbe 2aih I went
a*hore «i!h llemmert nnd several Eskimos and visited tn's much distfussed
cache. T refrained from touching or
opening it,1 on nccom t Of npt wishing,
to be iiu\.fd up m the T'cary-i'ook con
tro^. ersv The each" is a stone igloo
(or Eskimo houspL The top has fallen
10. The contents, whatever they may
be. bniiir covered iM'h canvas, it was
impossible  for  me  to  see  anything.'*
1'ape SVarbo »J« ,il«i visited, and ytr.
Iltniev found the ialoo where Dr Cook
snent the winter on his supposed dash
f<, the pole. On" of Mr. Kaine-, 's E"
kimos. Itookasboo, hrit been with Cook,
-ind he pointed ou. th' plaee of which
sniiii- good pliotogr tohs were taken.
•.cciiulitf* to' rtooknsboo. t'ook .I'd not
go out of sight of imd. atiil P.radlej
! -iiul   iie iiei er  s uv
•MMnn ite returmd to (lip ship we
f k f.l tho problem ot 'gpttiiu: our fir«t
bear out uf the I ,'r'i ill orilcr 10 net
s, M'e (Oil. YN'iile *i*.i'g to uret ber
i"to    1   cige    -be   innii  *'!   on   top   of   it
VQwel-; tb'rou^hout a phrase.
without   iftihry- to  the  lu r'l,  ail"d   the.sr
wiibdraw'tl w!U haie no more effect On
'the   life   of   the   herd ./-ban--Hie   killing   nr„i:vi
of a like immbpr of sttc-rs^wouKi have  M   \\£
on a herd of cattle.        " I
'•Moreover, it is not'merely Xeasiblo
<and «;ife tj) take tJiese animals, but it
is bei(ef(oiall to ,thf hersl th.-ft rhey
.should'bo reijioved. 'To, let tl\ose yinmg
malis1 grow up to an adult age"1 would
precipitate a eondition,(ltif fighting and
struggle/on iheirookeries which (Would
lie in.iu.ious in a high'degree to the
welfare- "of lhe herd. ,To, illustrate 1i>
anotherf analogy, tho condition which
thair exemption from killing would pro"
dtieo on1 th'e fur --pal^'rookines would
lip exactly Tike that which would exiht
on'tho cattle, range if 'all the young
male oal'yes arid coltVwpre allowed to
grbw m^ as bulls a>id stalliopS'to Jeon-
t^st with oji^;\uotbcrLthei siipreiiiacy qf
the herd.-"   ,   , t
That   the-   fur soal, Jierd   i-<   in   a ,pre
are^fainijiar wotlh,the analysis
sounds
bad sjneing jn general, and are shared
witli -in^rs of all i.ii'g-i.-.gc-t who tan
u"bt   miuiitiiin'r'lie , v.li.*.iact.'r "of ,stheir
-Those who
of \ owel
in the IKfisoiiator .scale will not
ice  at  once1 thit  Oie  cliaracteristU.ilh
sounds  in1 the   middle   section
„i5f   lhe   -(,..,!(.   ere .tlidic   winch Vtlffer
iViott.    They aronuidoubtedh" more deli
cute in theiricoofirriielion than tbe uioju
tiiiivproa]   iow el*;.     But  what   is   m'orc
signifleant  t'o'ns  is   [he  f,ie? tint   the
p;vrt))ctil.ir    %Owt.l    soundp, <wbi( It   lare
changed  aVo  thote' whitb  do not   occur
idJthe  Italian language. ^   '      l
All tho above linguistic eh*trige,,''that
ha*, e bee.n introduced into our language
banishing some of pur particular vowe'
tove
c-rsti-re9 110 Jiartj worV. antl
no til r.y work- ' N&mif&siiiK
or isix.^ng A handy pWte'
in a go'ii-rotus can. A lew
•ru!;>!», ' and you have- a
splendid fi.'i'sh tlir-t,' lasts
and stands Hi ft hea,t.,' The
" bpj,t preparation for polish-,
ing- .stqyes, jjipes, 1 giateS
and iroiiwoi-k) « ' i' ,
If rour t^'-ilcr dors cnot carry
"ItlacV K*-|it*l»t" f?to--e Polish jn
*tocl:,<seiiri us bis nam.; ard ir>C|
And Ave will ».'a'i'» full kire im
by return mail. , ( f        ,    ,
THE F. F. DAI 1^ C9.,'UVflTrS,
' •     ' Eiuttier.. BSi.        <• r \n
MoJl€yi pf tne fo.mo*u *'f m 1" Shoe Pohzh*
■jtsaszasstarss.f:esscszt^s,A£i
FOUR PHYSICIANS FAILED
■Mr.   George,'Pulos.   a   W^elUaiown   Tobacco ■• Merchant in Br^ockvlile, Ont..
, Tells oi Kis Paitit in'the Merit ivof
Catarrhozpne'.       u t,' >   <J
i"!iii the fall 1 of Uli:'!,'" ^1,1
Pulo^, Ugider date ot'i Juije 1f»!i<,
1 . outri»< tod'a M-ri s. .mo,col I width
dineioped mitv ( ,ii_a"rli„ At that time
1 was Ii-.ii g in TV-iv York hj.tto and
ti-od'ctd with" ftiL,f* diiicrout pl^.-it ians.,
who aJTortl'd me no rid 1 f. ( On'coining
t'o JJrockiille I w.ik mlvis'd by <t friend
to dry Caiarjho/one   . t botigh't ihe did-
1 ' ">4\
V4 r
1 'l«i'l     ,,,
,1 fMf \
I ;..*
!''■ '   v'
iU">   7dr.
tll4 urjO,-'-*
",    .**r# j tt»-y     "       ,'|
c    ',       >i s - jr1 'I
!^'',tJ4''V.'J','V(^'
,''  ij      ''iisi ji   «  , vi   *-,J
«+    jm %} ,.■Tj?fA\
, vt i'-CM""^'.     r"j j
_,   ''in.'iX   {7,   _    _' J
'    ' I r 1    if'
'    '*'    H 1   K "   ii1
1 A        ■   'VM' t^    ''
.;;       .1 .
sounds, modifying others, 1 oiling, our1
"r/s'^wben 1tvp havedrdpped tjy?m, and,
weakening our consonants generally, 'i,il-
.ideate an ojnious aUemid'tti bring i,t
hearer to ,the 'itt^lian, hibtt of speetrh.
^be ' pjoce-js may, have nuido if l;tuore
ebiiveuient" for 4ho Italian mailers tn
teaeli 131- how to M'ig (a priiitc-gf^ tluv
ha\e   enio>eit   for  '.•einunes    ddnbtk"-
... ■ ,   ,   ,      -..    1 to onr mutual atiVanfagc). but neierthe-
cariotis   corid, ion.  as   asserted   bv    the  lp^ th    eI {)f a  few   l.ow„, ebar
famp   hire  Club   i? an  admuted,fach    . b      ppob^hh   ,sai,  a   mnph  mmr
but  the  implica ion   that, the'   oruer   t.f   f„ m,,,,,;,   J  ef1V„-„,,„;,    l:„<eU,u   slll„
the IVpartmont has anjtlMiig to do with|5n_    h -   w   b      ;niCTllUv  :m|lffjnr.n
IMIIOllIlded. j j.
■uol   not   her  he id    11
h it, li-   tiiere   mis   i
AA   -iron' il.  -no!    1   'it *
lui'toi' Hr Johnston i
niv.s out  of  the
tn I'd  > c ii (ering
F"sl, nno  womlin
the stoMi-i, h and
TOOK THE ADVICE
OF HER FRIENDS
White Stun Uo\*i
iND DODD'S KIDKBY PILLS M.-VDB
MRS   PAINCilAUD  WELL
si.
Cl'll.
Nm
.'*«' l,i,
has  been   laid  away   in  camphor  (or  rather
age, as camphor spells'u death  warrunt- for
used   for some other  puijn.'se 1111-
■-"'"'l' it'can   1„.
'"-.   --waiisdiiwn   is   also
Vl!S lor the'dobut.iinle.
, 1 1011
nn nl mn.
I he   ill
:i nun id  ti 1
•rep..-,  and
•onscrvn* ii'i
■'.'ii'o-.v. mi;sJi
•slcail' lhe  si
the iighler
aside.
ll   i-
I 1 11 i'
.in.i
I ll<   i
, 1 v   1 i 11
ol ei
11 1
i I. pe 11 'I I- -
, h 11 pe li I
ih,- f.'eil is inn;
;•• taM'e'M'm'cihi
v.cil li-.iilic.i'-d
i.ort : leiigt li. wl
inournii.g
,!  l.-v   tl
, di ..
,0 net   1
short.
,,,■   inciil
li ''crepe
,11 sir,
11.0(is .1
win'
i.l!,.
CIV pi
I     -pill     lit
I, ll I, - I
,1. lhe.ie
bout tinny   eho'o.s'c
ll'    COITl'l'!'
■has  been
mi
1 in
s to
iing.
iip
I'm
ai,i
US'
ed   considerably" upon
Tho I
"Uuiy
"iiicnt.
gtdd   or
"'   |f the'
'■••s lli;,|
fr
|»WV'    :|  ;i
Hi,', ,"1"l.
■*  Ujfi
of tlie' tunics, deep  fringe is very smart
Soiiietinies 'this fringe is of sl-.wing sill;.,
silver   thread,   somet hues   of 'eryslal |
"wn  is lilaclc  or trimmed  with   black,,'
.':i"g''-s  are.   preferred   as  a   rule., as   they   tend!
""t  MulT of the tunic cling in  to  tlie  ligure  iiS I
are the'doniinilnt' note in  the season's:
"ige   on   the  tunics   may   be  anywhere   f i'on: t
aps more inches wiile. 'On tiiau'v models 'In-
/""'icl   into  thp oiivci.  0f.:l  diMiped shaitl  Im
1'"1"'"  us' well   with   the   s:    fringe.
embroideriMl   tunics  can   often   be .'bought   al
'!'   'o   aliuch   to   niiv   gown,   nnd,   iiicideiilally
■" unexainpl,.,]  mcni'is of  restoring a  frock   I ha:
ls'ant  wc,ar  (0 appt,.ir 1111V  l„,|g,.r  i„   its  orig
suit
won:
il nf'wliile In
. I'leconiing, but at t
l| tai-te.s. Noi onl>
bi- nil civs, bill   it' is
it !.'.!■
Ih,
"en
whit
pc'st. nioiirii'
•sipie to
the cap
Is 'Wi.irii
picturi
ceu in
- bonn*.
when in  moiirniug tor par.'i
n- brothei
.per
K it di en
I,cestui-,    a
nppc.'i ranee
Vou  in!
drieil tlour.
el sail, aie
,Minces   ,0
been    a-l'!e,
little  milk
hair
id    i
but
.   I   '.
'['inc
add
>•   shoiilil
111 pent im ,
li'hlC
ti,,'   '
i.-il   ,
not
in!;
,1, y
-   of
I,  thr.
tca.sp-
:!    Willi
,| ' '"'''
on nccs
pi,|lll,l   (■!
me   1 inch
1 She   Hilieiitod   lllhcilth   liom  licr
,       ents    ,tnd   tor   set 0,1   yoirs   w.>s   a|,
j       'urlciei    liom    Kt li.ey    and   Ileait
'iioublo
j       l\ hitunit ll       remisi op* l    I'll,    tihiebi'
spi'i 1 ilt    Tn ir sm   took tin    t H 11 •■ o '
her    tiieuils   and    ustd     DoddV    Ividiu \
this eondition   is altogether
The real enure of thp depleted state of
the herd  is s'uecinth   set  forth. byvHr,
Clarke.    He savs.      ,
"Tho mother ?,-U .goes IW to 2'W
miles from the rookery to find her food,
lea'.ing her young behind, returuing to
ourso it and again going awav to fp"d
With the storms of,, winter all classes
of animals ,lea\e the islands and make
a long migration^ to ithe latitude of
Houthe'rn Califcirnia On tbo'spring migration the mother seal i" Jiea\y with
youngvi and hence Je*s swift 111 hrr
movements. On tbe summei feedreg
groundB she mus-t feed regularly and
beavilv through necessity 0f nouri*ihir'ir
her young. As a result tlie pelagic
j^„ catch is iuad.e up chiefly of tbe breel
ring females. Investigations of tbe nola-
gic catches of,lSP.-> and TsfG disclosed
the fact that Gr> to So per cent of its
skill" were taken from gra\id and t,ur«
ing females. The young of these mother
seals died unborn or of sKrvaiion on
the rookeries Tbe w-iter uusnlod 16
(lOO voung fur =tal pups which died of
star\ation on the, rookeries as a result
of pelagic sealing for that "■• ason In
lP097he found bv account tbat 1.1 "> pet-
cent, of the birth rate for tbat season
were dead or dving of starvation in
Nugust of that vear From IS79 to the
present time tb•< h.i.itinc* of grand and
nutsiiiir f.>iii.'Iex lias g.lne oil steadily,
with the eorisebiiOucp tlfit' the h"rd of
for seals belongieg to the X'nited '-states
had been reduced 'rotil _ fiClO 11OO ani
nrils to less th'in   1*1.000 anim-ils '*
This Pause or decline tvas established
h-i a cornnliss,on of scientific etnerts
in Tilll; nevertheless <hc wttsteful *ipd
ii'linui'iii foi 111 of I" lagie sealing li'i.?
cotitiiuied ewr •Sin e Ihe ciuv.aiissioi'
1 inde its report
'• \  tot.i! of 7'OOnOO t'rai id  and  nurs
nig   fetu-ib-s   his   bcpji   t ik'11    from   tb'!
bre,  Li g  vtoi k  "I   the   lord       The  s| «,is '
of   these   -umids   b-1-.e   Icon    m i-ke*"e i
bi    th-   p 'I't^ic   ."il  rs    it   no   aiersgi
pru-e   ot   *1"   ter   -kin.   1   tr.i il   I >ss   in
, 1-I1   to   the   ^1 ,' ni'ii'-nt   ,,f   stiiooinl
Willi    -i        ic'e il    l"-s   thron.'b    b-pedi'g
ooss bilit"es   of   tin   trues   jh,s    pion»it.
■is  (-(ic  b-i • d'tig lif'   »f   the  fimile  fur
soil  i=  at   I'isi   ten   nuvuiik "
Here  tin   '■  i-   uii'de  jronnd   fo
*i"i i*e    iii'11   so,    .)''    tin      j,1,1 rumen! 1! '
pob^i.    theie    is    iii    nee I    to    11.111*1
grounds of cnt u 'sm sm h   is t iios,, m,^,, 1
" e   i nl '
It   must '
ing
imidie<
wrong,pii.ii'iple, vihicli rhe
ftalians tlieins' hea woui i not rolerato
in their own language. T\*ie tr^ditioi.il
is.miig of J'acitJ'ienitti in Jho eighteenth
'cenrury, "Chi sa parlare 0 respirare sa
cantaro," has J^ccrinie doubly imporr.in*
siecq the intellectual advance t^f the
Romantic [icrioi in other cjtuiitnes rais
ed the art of,song to a higher Iiierari
level. 'I hi-re c\n be no doubt now that
the influence which made change1- in
th" Bounds of our' language has tended
to demorali/e the'art of I-7ag!ish sing
ing. It has lowered the Wvirds 111 tbe
estimarion of the singer, the composer
tho author, and (he public,1 as well
Ike general stamlaul of performance,
composition, and critieifem. This hea\i
indictment is uot brought against our'
foreign masters themselves, but agaiVt
the mistaken principle which underlies
their tradition.- Por it must be under
stood that in Italian tradition which
'does not-prodiicp thp English l^ngnigp
in Eitgh~h singii'g in the same wa\ that
it nugbr produce the Italian language
in Italian singing is, for* ua at least, a
1 1 ilu re.
0       ..".	
THE   VARIATIONS   OF  LOVE
INTi) a telegraph oflice in an  Eastern
toWh   there1 recently   came  a   much
agitated voung iininan.    She wrote
upon   one   telegraph   blank,   tore   it   in
Ifa'd and soft corns both jield tc
Ilidlow.i.i 's ( 'irn Carp, which is .-ntlreh
sife to nsp, and certain and satisfac
ton   in   its action.
ind  wes  gratified,, bv 'the
mo, ami 1111   e l.itu it j.i',c<   ir>
>ld wi"-h \ini.iiiv"-g le-nlls.1, [f
indest, niodii'iue   in  ov-i^nee,'
Inr outfit
suits.     I   i«us   eifinpii tfd.y    cured
(.atairhuzoiifc, and ha   ett.-,(d h*$i;(<
abort a cold
is  tho  grrt
•uul    1   hope  m\   testimony 111 ijldbc
some use fit other  f< How ii'dTeieis."
'    r      <   (feigned)    OooriVpi-pnios."
. Itefuse's substitute for Catarrho-'oiit?;
it affiro can ctii".    Hi'lI'mi,-Joe, ."tic,'and
*!.bD„ si*:es by  all   denies.0
The King of. Corn Removers'
Is",,Putnam's'' I'ain'pss Corn H'N'rtutor.
I-'orty ycarb' succsss in manv lands
pto-.e,s the mperiiSr.'ri- oft l'lintarn "a
I'nit 16s-, (loin n*it,r*iL<_<5r ■.ney -'\«'iy
other ronjody.1 Safi, painless^ prompt^
Tutnaiii's^P^itduSb (.."ora" EuiaVtor **b-
soluble" (.ej-tiuiLto rttiiK.",*- torus. Isold
by ditig;i^H-, price '£1 cmts,
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
EIGHTEE"( YEARS THE STANDARD
rrcjertbed and reconuaonded for upaieli's il-
ments, a icifuifaflcall-r prepared r^mrdy oi
provon, -B-ortl- The xeiult from their nse lg
^nick and perauunent. For sale at ill drag
storos  , . c
t'l1!'*-!, heoU
M v  ^\
v#'-H
aulckl>  stops coudhs, ci,/
•*l<" throat nnd lundv
bah es. wrote a second, which she
treated in the same nt.uirei, .ma at
as Mast" a third. This she handed to the
operator, requesting, iu .1 trembling
loice,  that he ".hurry   it  up."
The operator obeyed instiuctions, and
iv ho it-1 the ;»oung woman had gone he
re<iid the two mcp^ages •ivh.-.h -Jie bad
torn  in  liahcs.
Tbe  first  was:
"AH is oier. I rour nisji to m"o
you  .igair\."'
'J bo second read
''*I'o  not  iinty  0-
present.''
And  the third  ran
'•".'an    .Miu    takf
i'lease  answer."
«!' '
;1 I
'   V »
. *!{   '
t
rs,
t'i   4'
me   at
the    next    trainl
qu!(' ly  atop* coarfha,
tb« tl.r---tt and lund-w
area   cold^,
-   •      23
brala
C«ata
\Shi!e more prevalent in wn.t.r when
sudden changes in tbet woilher tri tho
strougesr. ii.iiat'tut o", col,N and toughs
and ailments of the throat him\ coma
in any v., ,>,,>„ \t tbi- tirsi -i^ht nf
'deraiigeim ut ns, Pieulv's \iiiii'oi
«iriip*i\ e Svrup [, st u f 'i, Ji. 7 u ill b:*
e\| . ! J.'ncrd. an.) us,, ot the no du c e
m t:l lie 1 ol,i .i s.i, p> ir- Mtil j.i.ipit
'In-   lui>,'-   t r ,111    n *i  f P01     iiii,,'ii
v. uli tureit 1 r ,i!i,>s( uoii   o s~ it . mi.ot
be   surp-iss,,,|
agmist  the "*-o  lit 11 \   ot  t'liinr
"*ar  1 I.ibor  foi-  his  I  |i-,.,|o.s  order
,i,..
• lulieii
for  tlu
11    her
Pain-
' ,l>vr-
'fills   is   lhe   reason
■ •hauil   of  this   ]dace   irii
feet    health    that    show.'
nioi eineiit.'   '      ■ '
"I inherited illheal'h from my-parents.''" Mrs. Pniuebaiid says in an interview, for ' seven ■ years my Heart
and  ICidiievs bothered me.  1  was always
r 1 re
lit-
,1
,1
1 ii
■il b,
, mi-
lias
br.-ip.
hour
no)   pin
a hall'
nervous,
s .liad dark
and'.were pulled an
' ' I. colli,! scarcely
when 1 was nd vised
Inn- fills. (Hie b.
pain', and -i.\" boxes
»■.'!!,-
fverv  no hi a 11
sic
til.
111'.-'
Kid
and
her
luiri
life
the
Ml'
fill
ont
'Cbey   eu
■i.iiii.-iii 's   ho.'i
.     Ilea It lii-
Hi,I   pure   ft
Knl!
Ill,,,
to   run   down   '
body wilh ,'iirv
,'nuld   lint
:lcs  roilnd
-wi'dJen.
, mv housework
try'Dodd's 'Kid-
relieveil me. of
;!e  ine  perfectly
feeling fagj;,,,|.
,'iil-i use Dodd "s
re Ihe Kidnevs.
a I' li   depends   on
Kidneys uiea.'i
d  curries  new
I'L'-", US    Wllil'll    supply
i*V.
retiieni
tun     - \p in   a ,
t'ltitei     «t 11. 1
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"MUSICAL  NOTES
At   the   prese-it; time,   when'  so
is   he.'ird   on   nil   sales  of. Knglisb
and  ooern   in   Knolisli.  the  foil.,W'ljg'article from the  London Times is of peculiar interest.     The  writer cominences ,,-in'
oxceediiifflv  able   article „as   follows:, .
The exist cnce'of so. remark.'!He :r linguistic   product,  as   "singers'   English"
o   1'
A Purely Vegetable Pill.—
ingredients    of    Parmelee's
I>ills are man,fake and dan.de
five and  purgative., but   perfe-.
less' in   their  netiou.     Thev
The   chief
Vegetable
liim, seiia'
.'tly  ti.'irui
e:inse  an
[uirify and have a most healthful efl'eci
I upon tlie secretions of the digestive
I organs. The dyspept'ic and all who suffer
'from liver ' and kidney ailtiien'ts will
Mind iii those pills' t lit' ■ most effective
! medicine in concentrated 'form that, has
I yet been offered to the sulTering.
LOADED BLACK
POWDER SHELLS
BRAND
u t mt. or*.
Shoot  Strong and Evenly,
Are Sure Fire,
Will Stand Reloading.
They Always Get The  "OiasTse.
.'.,'■   For  J3aln   Evei-ywhero.
FOR   THAT  NEW   HOUSE
aster'
The Empire Brands of Wall Piaster
Manufactured only by
The Manitoba'Gypsuin Co.,
Winnipeg', Man.
S8"_3-_l_^3S&£3££ft^&^ .-THE -LEADER, -MOYIE, BRITISH COLrMS-lS    iMi.iin n���  MMMUmM."-  V.!'  THE IflllE LEADER.  je.ibliehed ia the interest of the peoplo  of,Moyie and JEast J-Cootenny.  capital benefitted by" these in  vestments, 'but, their ;opera-j    ^ c,tizCU7"077iamloop-, ^11  tipjis have been a gr.eat boon \ -n' due course jiave > tho  satisfac-  F. J. S*>IXTI.J. _V,J^'f31.'1?1'  ,-tci British ,pplumbia  just -the  same. ,    -  -I*  rati:   of  EUJi'iciur'ios   ,'  ���, '{ ���**���  i .  l-  '     !,  .-���    1       ..  ( Drie Yc@>r  $2-0Q  rt * '   i-,  J i) :.i   ', ,r'  Is*;   i- ���.  |H^lf ���  r.-tn' ? ;�����,-.*)   ������  P"V' '  III E".  -    > "  IC*'-'   U-'  p  '  f       '  rl      '     '  Al      .  f.  I," S  '   r,  J.'"'"  K"ftTDfVT, APR"!.. 14   1011  .CLEANUP JQAY  CD  ;rhe Hpn.-W. J- 'Bosksot }S  .easily the most abused rnan  in public life m thp", provyice  of 'British Columbia,,aud prqb-  ably he-is of all men the i>st  able to 4efeud,himsglf. There  was a time, not ,^o long ago,  when the Liberal -press ppured  the vials of, their wrath partly  on the .head of ^Ir. ^IcBr'de  and partly on -Mr- Bpwser..  But latterly they-have pppar-  endy concludedjthat the former     ��enllemaii      flourished'!  tion of seeing a sro.okei* in full  "blastia ofc&t town if negotiations  can "be be satisfactorily concluded,  it is ompobed to incorporate a j  company for $300,000, in $10  shares, of which' only sufficient  v-111 be issued to provide for the  necessary plant, tho balance being)  retained in the treasury. ,     ,   ,  ���Tuesday, April.25Ui-.will be  cleaning \\p   day ���in   Moyie.  Pu that day ��d. Tayloi;, gov-  n,enimcut road   foreman,   will  v  -have,  his   teams  ,go .around  town aijd gather up .and haul  away all   the  piles of  stones  'arid rubbish  that   the  people  '"^laye assembled.,, In tliis wayj^^j^,attektioii to'the brilliant  ' ,[th'e td\yn 'can   be   cleaned ��� upTme'mi'A.V .for * Vancouver.      If  without any ..expense   to  '.the tlley SUCQpe_. in; making  him  popular as  the  Premier,, l&ey  v/ill not have labored in   vain,  though possibly    that'   is  not  their i-atention.'��� Victoria Col-  o  onist  In cases of rheumatism relief  irom pain rn��ke3 sleep and rest  'possible. ,ajfcis m<>y' b'e ' obtained  by app-y'nS Chaniberlain"s liniment.    For sale by all dealers.  Wlien a niediciae must be given  to young children it should be  pleasant to ,-take. Charaberlain"s  Cough Jlemedy is made from loaf  sugar, jiud the roots used in its  pfeparntion give it a flavor   simi-  TO THE F-piNT %  'jr>e*G*G��G���e*:*e*��f^&&GG$G��Zr  The man who.seeks temptation  merely to show his strength' ouly  exhibits his weakness.  i ��� >  The man who is always taking  things as they come sooner or 1 it iv  finds everything going.  The silent man has one great  advantage���sooner or later every  man tells him all he knows.  I. O. O. F.  Wlltley I-otlce ��*>��� 44'  ileetsjueaday evenings  in the  Miners'.Union   hall.      Sojournmjr;  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  K L- IIutt. '1"*. J.Smytu,  Noble Grand. .   Soor'y.  The Wonderful Cure  Inv to maple , syrup, making it  "^ Uic process to ,uch.-..jjW',^ -^ ^ Z  extent that it.was good po��cy.. wlloo" - '������      "- -  Lo' leave   him, alone:      This  "��� lca\esthe.n free.to devote  all;  whooping cough,  dcaloi'.s,  ,_*ot* sale by all  ���jpeoplc,, and , "with . but' little  trouble. This day .should ,be  -kept in .mind, aij.d each property .holder should , have his  work done iii good time. As  ,VCleanliness is next to Godli-  ness'' the local ministers may  use their influence and  make  announcements     from    their  ''���.;.--        ' -        . |  pulpits on the   tyo _ Sundays  'previous to April 25 th. Every  effort should' be made to make  ���- -Moyie as'clean 'and  attractive  ' as possible this spring."  There '"shoultj  be  a muck-  "'F  IT HERE SinCE 19��0'  A wi^e man will, make every  pndeavor to remain "a bachelor  until h�� i? quite sure'he has meL  hi-, last lov. ���   ' ���  bt. Kugcne I.��.lK�� N��. 37  K. of P.  Meets evpry Thursday  evening    Sa    McGregor  hull at 8 v/clccJs.     Vis.  iting brethren welcome  H. G! M.\cnoN-ALD,       U. A. Pootk���  Chancellor Com'.        K   R.  &. ..'S  Dr. Ehrlidi's St  cessfully.    We luive  fccifJc- or "606" is the pnly specifi,;  ever ' discovered to e ire blood poison  quickly and  Su  secured tliis.  SiUl..  ,.^      remark able specify  "606,"   which lias be* u fully ttstcd andiproveil to },<  '.POSITIVE cure for'Jthe   terrifying  .specific   blood d  ease.    "606" is nowjiii use in our laboiatory.    "  606"   lias curad tliousands   of   men  di-.-  ltiincm.  in   Hi  vi>g��ecee����6fc-g��*6e�����������:*���ts?2-e*<-|  I CHINOOKERS |  (Si'vikcfcUVJii-RuvIuwO  j\ fter all it is. sometimes better  to go home in'a huff than in a  hack.     ' >       ' ;  AVhy do they call it the Ladies'  Aid society .\vhen it d<?es all the  work? , i     '       " ,  No, Mande, we can not 'explain  There   should   be  a  mucR-      so, -M.ai.ae, we ^n ^  ��y ������-  t.      W,4     .  -*1    " ��� to you why it is that fast ^colors  jrakcran ev.ejy back yard Wiese a(:vei."ruQ.  ..'���'.days.'   '  .        ' ,    ' -  1 Winter should 'be  ashamed  -of itself for lingering so  long;  in the-lap'of spring.  Millionaires who laugh are  very rare. Enormous wealth  has a tendency to take the  smile away.  , Now while we ar,e in the  midst of strikes it is' to be  hoped that the "heijs \vill not  quit work just ^en we are in  need of Easter eggs.  ���rr   A  Cranbrook  woman   says  that the reason she prefers the  ' Death is not so hard to face as  a useless old age in a household  where you're always in the way.  ���   *��� i       t, , a f   -    ���  ,       ' " """*""",  _ "VYhile a steel band may be  stronger than a brass band the  latter is more successful in holding the crowd.  " Now approaches the day wfcen  the girl with the new Easter hat  is apt to mistake the "Hallelujah"  of the choir for "Hardly knew  you."  The engravers at the government mint are complaining because their wages are not high  enough. It is plain they are not  getting as much money as they  make.  -Sawloar Money,;  -������(^raetice"l}aw \'  ^fi.wit evCT-pictoluW  '-t^'Wc are ��� paying *-  ,(7^.4^ t Interest^'  por#raiuui credited itf ttiV  i>a3ayin_5 Jeposifefl1^  $. upft-aru) subject lo wtV  brawol V cheque h *  r-S^Interesr?'  ��� on t\me deposits of *  ' sip: moufti9& over, r'  Mt invest money for clients  -in first mort_a_cs 6' ?io a  v  ^erierat iTraticiaUusmeiMJ. m  We \vaul"^ur saM accil &  & \fyou ate not saving -  sYsTemaTicanY",��, -~, ���*��� r  Commence MOW WM5.  Deposits^ mail  .   Twidersvi!) l>e received by the undersigned up to the 22ml day of April, 1911,  al 5 P. M7��� for   the   purchase   of  Block *  27, SubdivisionVf Ivot No.   541,   Group  one, N��Ws,Westminister District, situated  in tlie tity of Vancouver, and being  tlie  site' of the old Provincial  Court   House.  I^iich tender must be,enclosed in u   registered letter and must be' addressed "to  the  undersigned,   and   plainly  marked  ''Tender for old Vancouver' Court House  .Site," aij/1 must be accompanied  by ;an  accepted cheque for ten per cent of   tlie  first payment of   the , purcba.se   money.  Payment for the.  property   will   be   accepted in instalments of   one-quarter   of  the,purchase moaeyd    The first, of 0sucli  h'lstalmeuts   to   J;e  paid    wiihiii  thirtv  dajs after the acceptance of the  tender,  and the other three annually   thereafter,  with interest at tlie rate5* of   6  per   cent  per annum.    In the event of the j person  wliose tender is accepted'failingrlo complete th'e first   instalment   within  thirty  days'of   the  notice  of   such acceptance  the sale tp  liiii'i will   be   cancelled   and  his ten per con ^deposit forfeited,      The  cheques of < unsuccessful   tenderers   will  be returned.    The highest  or  any  tender   will   not necessalily��� be  accepted.  No'commissions' of   any   kind  will   be  allowed.   '  '     ' ���  "WILLIAM R. ROSS,  i      [ Minister'of I/ands.  Depattmeiit pf Lands, ' .  I Victoria, B.r C.  I ' , t MarclrTtfi, 1911.'  s.iuiii*   i...'i-;��. No. r��a  0       A. 1*.   ��V(A.   .11.  Regular   met'tings  on   the  first \Yed-  nesday,---    of     each  month.  Visiting brethren welcome.  ��� " '    '_>. A.. Ayres, W. M.   '  ' Ambs.l'otter," Secretary  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F: of M.    '���  ' Meets in 'Miners'   Union Hall ev.  ery Saturday'evening.   - Sojourn  ing members are,cordially* invited  to attend. ',        '       <  Joe McLaren '" James Roberts  President. '   .Secretary  l>.er,  "606"   lias cureiu uiousanus   oi| men   ni   iiurope;  most of them were cyred alter first treatmunl'.   \\*e ait  '   experienced medical floctorb and know how to diagnose  jwur case, using VonjDwngern's Blood Ten.  i \  ,    Write for information.  'Special treatment for all other diseases of jnen:     .  Nervous Weakness,  Varicose^ Veins,  Hydrocele, Blood  aiid Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney, Bladder and  ��� Rectal Disorders, ctc.,and Contracted Ailments.  ,r   ,        ' ' '     '  Best Anatomical I\Iuseum In the-Northwest.  Dr. Kelley's   Museum,  210 Howard St   '" - .SPOKANE, Wash ���  i a '      ' ,  >    DK. F.B. MILES,  Dentist,.  Cranbrook,' ,n,0.  George H Ttiompson,  ���   JSAimiSTKR." Solicitor ,  ��\ ��� N"otary Public, vtc.  CRA.NBROOK,  New'Rays .of light  Ono of tho most .wonderful electrical  appliances ls��tlio X-ray vslilcli may b��  usod both in tbo.treatment of vurious diseases and in tlio diagnosis of many ob-  scuro conditions. With Its aid tiic interior of tho human body Is no longer, tho,  sealed book it has been heretofore. AD-  normal states/of tlio bones, pall stones,  stone In tlio bladder or In the kidneys, are  shown plainly by what are known as X-  ray photographs., .Internal tumors, and  ,tho enlargement of tlio deep-sratcd organs, aro also discovered by this means  and in tho diagnosis b( Uilvrculosls of  tho lungs this iifrent ba.s'provcn n most  valunblS aid. Whon applM to �� ' of  tha loss fatal chronic ailments of germ  origin it has proven very ofTectlvu as a  curative ag-ont. ' '        .    ..  Another interesting  proceed Ing Is wo  ....i     ._ __....*   tfliir>/<rl i��v oAnccil-  Brjchbii CoLUMniVl ffi^e^ot^? ?SSSS ISy^   ���    an arS light w'.th a ��i-vl�� ly 1-W.r��'   7~, T ���...w.r, ,������ ^t.v nnrt.inn of tllO bo-Jl* ttiat  W, R. BEATTY   -       ,  Embalmer and TJndertnker.V  Phone 9.    '        ,- CRANBROOK  NOTICE  east  ilyjiandled ���  Wcaii send _y Draft,  Post Office * Stress  Oroer or RcdwlcrcSF^^  Letter & withdrawals  can  bemad  ��� ^_y *__y, I__  wish,  Refer  Responsible  NOTICE^  All accounts due me  are  to  be  paid  to   "V.    Desaulnier,   at   the  '   c     l ���]'i  �����n  ic   Kr>    Central hotel,  and those having  company of a b^ll pup is  be-  ^^ aga.Q3t.me can also pre.  cause the'doff eats what is  set  i ���  before him and looks grateful.   *-+ 4 ���  After all there is nql so much  in wealth and power.     When  i ���  Colonel   ,Roosevelt    was   m  Spokane' Last    w,"^k   he   ate  '"ham and" for breakfast  "list  like any common  muker.  A man who   delights to  be]  on the frontier can satisfy himself to his heart's content nowj  that one hundred and seventy  new towns   will   be   born    in  western     Canada   this   year.  This will  be    an    advance    of  practically que every two days,  ���which is. travelling some, even  in these days of rapid developments.  ' ___  ���.���''���' Spokane capitalists seem tq  be  full   of    enthusiagni   over  Britsji  Columbia. iniues.      It  was- Spokane   capitalists   w.hq.j  gave Rossland   it's first   start,. |  '.ind the mine3   of   the   Slc.caii.  were    opened      up      largely  through the faith   and   efforts  of   vSpokane -capitalists.        It  was also Spokane capital   that  opened up    East   Rootenay's  two   largest   mines���the    St.  Eugene   and '��� .tlie     Sullivan.  .TlVue, vSpok-me   and  Spokane  Dutia',Bra6stvee!t3,  or to atiyonp \a *  VMG0UV6R-  Write us about iXofaf  Do \\ now   f T f T T  k i ��� i ��  sent them to hin?.  O. F. DESAULNIER.  METAL   MARKET.  New YoRft��� l"ar silver, S3 cts.  Lead "54.50.  Losnos���LeRd,  ��12, 18s. Od.  ^Jipiifll  \��  Street,  a\iver B.C.<^  Public Notice is hereby given that,,  under the authority contained in section  131 of the "Laud Act," a regulation has  been approved b\ the Lieutenant-Governor in Council fixing the minimum . sale  prices of first and second-class lands at  S10 and So per acre, respectively.  This regulation further provides that  the prices fixed therein - shall apply to  all lands -with respect to -which the application to purchase is given favourable consideration after this date, notwithstanding the date _ of such application or any delay that may have occurred  in tlie consideration of the sai/jiv.  Fuither notice   is  hereby  given   that  all persons who'have   pending   applications to purchase lands under   the   proJ  visions of sections 31 or 36 of the "Land  Act'' and who are  not willing to   complete sucli   pu/chases   under  the  prices  fixed by the  aforesaid   regulation   shall  be at liberty to withdraw   such   applications and receive refund   of  tlie moneys  deposited on  account   of   such   applications. - ���  k    WILLIAM R. ROSS,  '                                 Minister of Lands.  Department of I/ands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.  Harvey*   McCarter  &  -   ;    Macdq,naid.      ,'���  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Eto  Cranbrook.   -'. -   S�� c-  T_TTMoVlt_o'c.E,P US.   II.  V. l'��rtcrV: K  McVITTlE & PARKER  '  Provincial Land Scrvevisc.  RAILWAY   *   MININff    isNOlSEEllINO  ' Estimates Furnished.  .    ' l OFFICES '      --  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  J a S  Moyie Hotel  /*4*tS*\f**f*f\  " "    ' I*" J  P..R JOHNSTON Prop.  This hotel is'new and *,\eil fun',.  Tlie tallies are' fup*..heil w;tl:  best the   uurl't-t ulti/nU.   'I ��*  i is   filled e with   the  best' hivV  ' liquors and cigars.  Headquarters fo"  1     _  Commercial and Mini^c; f.J  ,      V  I. 4 '  jMoviV:    - -   W. E. GURD,  BAKKISTKK, SOLICITOR, ��XC.  CRA.NBEO0K.  B. C  17 cents a day  buys an  LIVER  carlKin upon any portion of the bo-Jy ttiat  nav bo tho snat of pain. Rii!Tor.'is .from  neu'ra^iiia, 3clntl<*;v, rheumatism, *trHin��,  sprains, al'-o from thoi.o olisouro c^l^��!"nt:  inK pains (.Uio oric-in of which cannot at  timi-s be accurately doiormmed) fmjuent-  'ly find IramodlaW rcUcOj-from ��� a sInsjo  troatment and usually with a, littlo persistence In tho use ot this a d. comfortable  hoilth or perfect recovery Is obtained.  ���' The Inc-indifscv-at llirht hath, con.-lstinrf  'of a cabinet in which tho patient -is  bathed in tho combined rays o. many  electric'Hl-ht Rl.-Sbc-.s. Jiq-. nro-lnceU rt-ijll/  wondorfuf roJi.lts in di%Ws, reiatjfj.  rheumatism, olmsity," anicmla, and sonto  forms 6f  kidney ��Jid,}-��flrt.lr0^.,,i:���1���:  'has also proven valnablo m chronic bi on  ���.chitis'. bronchial asthmtt-and various skin  '"diseases. , As a goncral livt-ionlc monouro  its efflcloncy  can scarcely  bo over-estimated. "'       "   "-,        '      '  A,      .    '   .   T-.J  ' Tho-Jo who liavo been pattoitB at Dr.  Pierce's Invalids' riotcl,-ln ��"ITi} o. >.. V..  liighly commend this woiidorfullj M"lp-  pnd Sanitarium, wlicro tlio fl^vem n-  tloncd electric machines, high-frequency  current, and otlior moit m-xlern and up-  to-datn apparatus aro used for the euro  of chronic dLMiascs. /rhe treatment of  tho clironic di*H'a����03 ibit are poouliar to  vomnn have for many vcars Tx-en a lar^o  factor In t!-e euros alTectMl at Uie invalids' Hou*i and Surpica.1 Instiiuto.  In erectinir tho Invalids' liotol. Dr. K.  V Ili-rcc's idea was to malic it a gi'tnilna  homo, not a hospital. , Such cafes n-s: nip-  tiiro. hydrooolo and variotKclo nre usually  cured In ton days, and tho patient is aula  to return home, 'rhe terms arc modeniW  and tho rat^s at the Invalids'.Hotel com-  narat.lvcly 16w. In th*v ptammatlon ana  tri-aunwit of patients the practice is  divided into specialties. Each memt-er of  tho Faculty, although educated to pr.ic-  tice In all departments of medicine nnd  surgery, is horo iissiKnedto a mieelal department only, to which he devotes his  entiro time, study and attention. , f��ot  only Is superior skill-thus atulnrd. but  also rapidity and accuracy In tlie diagnosis ofdiscasB. , . .... T���.ti  Sp��*iaiists connectotl with this Institute at UnfYalo. aro enabled to accurately  determlno tho nature of  many chronic  "e  ���THE-  " " 'f  mi  ���     DKSADLMKH    I1KOS.   I'uJ  Large   n��i,n>plo   lOum in   ciuif  with house for ciiinnierci'if;*  of a-jcomnVbdali'iii  '"*      HtMidqunrterc 'o       '  ''  mercinl and Miuiiik.V  CiUKRXa AVI! - ���  STOP AT TH E  hMJT  HQTiS:  * r  WHKN IN  ���    cranbJ  _. II. SMAi.1., Slanncrr.  Good rooms, good tin'" ���  and first class sampi-  ���SEgSSESSBBBE:  OUR NEW METHOD TREATMENT will ^>^l��^SlSx>rS ���? all  ynu^YlMd" l����ilu��c0 tlio br.u n J^co Mri"**��\ t"l���P",��*'l, ho that  |1lm|il'-v.l....tv.ai*iii��iu 1..C-.T5 -ii'-l Wi i'���<? i'Sr-nV.'V- tb"cyc8 fa'imo l-rlclit, tbis  nervou-vaew. b.-.-hluliie!.s rvi-d IL-Ppl-^"<-> !?��J","iVrtho moral, phj-lcal <vm<1 nwatnl  rrrefu l*i*>.lc'o--r.enci(-yri;wi*iiriot..o boi.,, a. ^������,���;t[( [mm lhn svstom.  *���, ,t/ n-f urn li.M-ora.e 1; .-1 d. \�����??*��^J��ZZZ bj a failure.   Uoa't let qua=k3  Yo-j ft '-1 vourseT a mnn nn 1 know mar. iu*i caa^a- uj u, ..��  and laklra rob you odour hard earned dollars. ������.���r��,-.  pf- NO HAMCS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS  -fetor E. Summer- rclatr�� hi, wpi^cncc:  RESERVE  Eetcr E. Suy.,mcr- rciatrs uis oxp<-r..:uv.v.,        ytf^- JSffJ!>v  "--ast.oibled^i.l. l-.-ervousDol.mcy J��j&&aWS\  ��orir.r-*nv-.-.-ai3. Ilavlr. to lu.ll��crctlu*- &WJ3 S^i_&g>  ard^scesres 1*. youth. I beca-ro vo.y fy^ ^���^'W&A  SoTpoavleat a-id . id.Tt caro vhether  I f tA  S-orked or nut.    I imaKlned everyi,ody ��r^    ^^ itf  "who looked at mo (juMssd my -seqr?!. 1^3^  j-~  Imar-lnalivo dreams at nlsbt weakened���6.4?-j$   ��ti  Iiie-mv back actied, fiad pains la the fo    ?  Sackot mv licacl, Imnfjci and toot.were H ..(.���  -,....   *(^^l in+l,o-mnrnlitir. Door appalllvl,   l<?, j^i.-i  ��15^��.  back or mv nciva, wiit\*i* �����.�� ���--��� ,--  cold, tired in tbo morn luff, poor appatil  misers -iv-cro shaky, eyes bluirca, 1i..n  lftoae'-memory poor, etc. Numl.nep,.n  ttefinSrsSv-tianud tbo -Joctor toll ���  iSTfcararlparalysI.!.' I took ail kinds ot  mCUo:ucLa-!'(i-...l tried jaany .^^  nhvs:ciaas. W-ar.n coctno belt for turco  SontliS   lml"  veooived Hitlp^eneflt,   I  Notice is hereby Riven that all vacant  Crown lands not already under reserve,  situated within the boundaries of the  Ivand Recording Districts of Cariboo and  J.illooel, and the Kami oops Division of  Yale Ivand Recording District, are reserved from "any alienation under the  ���'Laud Vet" except by pre-emption,  ROUT. A. RBNWICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, 13. C, April 3rd, 1911.  Land (Act  CRA-NlillOOK LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF.EAST KOOTENAY  aUdcoatiaueto d.*^ ^jj,^^, OR wo pAY  . j viBtf-n<-E VURS   NERVOUS DEBILITY, BLOOD AND  '.RI^WoM-^^^S^iY^PSEi^DDER DISEASES and  all Dlw-.  PeCCON3ULTATIOH FREE.   BOOM FREE-   If un.blc to .-Jl wrtl. f�� - Q~.��-n  BU-ik f fir Homo Ti^etroent-  Cor. Michigan Ave, and (fiswold St.,  Detroit, Mich.  Ali' letters from Canada must be addressed  t.'i Tittr Canadian CorretJiQpflence Depart-  MSST���W oBKSswcBBBnJiBm rnWiv'tiri Windsor, On��, U you desire tg  see us personally call at our Medic-vilnstitute in Detroit at* v.:e see and treat  no p_t?en^��nip out Windsor, offl^' which are ^0^*^^���*$  Labdratory for Capadiau business only. Address all letters &s follows.  DRS. KENNEDY &'KENNEDY, Wind.or, Ont.  ^Write for oorprlvatoaddrcsB^ __^ ^ ......,JJJ,^i,j.ul4^u^^t*J^\jiiiSSS^Ji  TAKE   NOTICE   that   on   the    24th  day   of   April     next   the   Consolidated  Mining.& Smeliinj' Company of Canada,  Liiuited, will apply to the Gold Commissioner of.'thc Fort Steele   Mining   Division to   Itiark.   out   under   authority   of  Section 109 of tlie Mineral Act, a, parcel  of ground described as commencing at a  post at the S. \V.   corner   of  lot   4419,  thence West 10 chains;'thence  South   to  Lot 4436;  thence   Northerly   along   the  West Ixiundaries of lots 4416,   4415  and  4049, to lot 4419; thence West to point of  commencement, containing about twenty  I acres as a space for the deposits of   leavings and   deads   from   the   St.   Eugene  Group of Mineral Claims,   held  by   Hie  said Company imder   grants   from   the  Crown.  Dated, Movie, P.. C-. ".Sth March, 1011  THE CONSOLIDATED MINING &  SMELTING COMIVVNY ' of   CANADA.  limitk'd', '���������'"  i    liy C. II. McUougall, Agent.  determine  hid ii^k>."v; v.   ....-...-   ���----.,  diseases without  seems and  personally  cvamlnlns thoir patients.   T his method  typewriter  price $125.00  small payment down  and easy installments  for balance.   See  Cxaminm-; wiun i*>��v�����, - ��� ��� ���-.-- -.  of treating patients at a distance. b\ mail,  has been so successful that thoro, w  scarcelv a city or a village In the United  States thai Is not rep rose nted by ono or  more cases upon the rocoids of nractico  at the Invalids* notol and Surgical Institute. Such raro 'cases as cannot lie  treated in this way. which require surgical operations or careful after-treatment,  or electrical tli,5rapout.lcs, receive thi m r-  vlcex of the luost skillful specialists vt  tho Institution. ,  In medicine thero has been rapid pro-  prre-ss durim? recent yoars. Dr. Pierce has  l.ept up with the tim.-s by contlnijailyim-  provliiR his lalwratory by sUilled chwnlsts  and cxercislntr caro that the ingredients  eutoring Into his well-known medicines  Dr Pien-u's. Favorite Prescription as well  as thcOoldon Medical Discovery" an>textracted from tho host, variety of natlyo  medicinal root _ These a re -rathered -a ilh  Kreat care and i* the proi-er.season of tho  year. ���*> that tlu :r medicinal properties  may Iw most reliable. "        ,  The.se Pxtract*, aro then mado solutilo  In pure triple refined KlycTlnfaiid boll led  in a hveinnic and M-leiitilit* mnnnor. lliim  the World's Dispensary as ostnlilisjicd by  Dr. l'iorco is supplied -Aitli every known  apparatus and means of cure, for its aim  is to avoid surgical operation* whom-wr  DOSslblo.  Great earo Is ororrised not to over en-  ooiiraire tbo.se who cnnsiilt the specialists  of this instllutloti that no false hopes  m.-.v be r.U-'-d. ,,    ._������.,,  Many thousands aro annually trraW  both tliroiif-h correspondence and "J tills  Institute. Kviirv one eon<-tiltlti*-' by letter  or In person receives the most careful ami  considerate attention. All eo-nP}"1?11.*  tlons aro'treated, as strictly coniidentUl.  JJo chrirt'e whatever Is made for con-  " Wrl'leV. Invalids' Hotel and '.SHrB'cM  Tnstltutiv. Dr. E.V. Pierce, President, at  Xiullalo, N.Y. ........  Dr. It E.   H.  DENTIST  The Expert Crown am|  Worker.  Office over "Mr. Shj  '   Wall      1'appr  Armstrong Ave.,       &  ��\  entletn  ..!.  "sy-~-,;  'ER G5 YEARS'  PEH1ENCE  P.   J.  Local Agent.  SMYTH  Trade IWark��  Desions  copvbiohts &.g.  AriTrni* scndlnZ n ��fc��oh nnd dOBcrlptlmii ninj*  Tf you want anyM'-  line of clothing or J"cj  nisliiugs, try  :C.A.:.F00i  '���."���thetailorB  ,' We calrry in stock t|"<  to make   an   upto-f"  made in t<^vn, or ^  vou . a - special   oidj  i made to your mca^np  Ihavercady-to-^^^  attiflj.'clothing'"C*1  MOYIE  ATau^omeW llln�����w<l ^oWT.    lAW't  ^  all newsdealeri. ����� 1/      t"  MUNN &Co.36,Broa,,wai''Kew Yp  "'"iVliO wnco7v85 V 8U Wit.hlnclo.-. P. C.  IW.er

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