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The Moyie Leader Apr 21, 1906

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 / i .->??  J-  MOYIE; B.C.,  APItlt 21. ISKK>.  S2A YEAR  Dry Gobdsl  ;, .A^.fj&ty Goods!  *' ,  'Tbe greatest Btock of Dry Good* that hat ever been   ,  ' eeen in Moyie b�� this week been opened up by us.'  ', An immense selection of       f\*  LADIES' WAISTS  .  in Lawn aua,Silk'vTiie ,latest and newest ibipii    ,      '  �� from 75 oeata to #5.7*.   ,. ' . " -  "  in Costume Good* we cannot ,ba beat.  Single  coetome lengtbaYm. two alike. All'shadea and, pat-  tarsi4''*''��� "i'^'   ' A,'f'    ' " '     i wu' i    '  '��,'   '^Ve We lowing nothing b'ut7 Orum's prints,   all'-;'  ^8t.oolor��.'Hftad'eowe .variety of patterns to choose ,  '    Trom." ;lSvbrythi?g,/a X*dl?e'. white weir, heavily ,  ,   '. trfrorned or plain./;''; ' ^   ,v *��'"<  The latest and newest goods m  Aloeste and  fla- <,  ���' '   tUte'foVv-ea��merdre8Bea,25cto50cperyard.   .     _   , ;,   ,  ', ' , ' ';;4More|uanW'be-detaUed.   'All comefaud���see  '    ''   the"^oods.y:'',V^''i", 1' ���-  ��''- ''���<"' '-"    'j'J  "\  MOVING TO  MEOFORD  P. J. HcHahon Rents  Big   Hotel..  IN  leception aG-iven   Mr. and  , Mrs. 'McMahon Before  <v TKeir.Departure.  .  .W     '/    "-'V  ." " ^  .   .������....   ^  -1-*    W^  FOR^SALE  SS>r!BealW iiElwell"* Lot 10  ; BlocS 4;Lake}Shore\ Addi-  'CA;'.Stiap��';..v,;:^v*'rc  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  There ia % scarcity ��rt mukillcd labor  'in tbe Kootenaya.      >       .     '- ���  . '   -������������     ^ , t-  The Appeal to Beaaon haa been eup-  preaaed in Canada.   u ,  Placer gold haa been discoveied  the Windermere diutriot.  in  The St. Eugene ��� concentrator baa  been thoroughly overhauled.     <  The Crow's Neat Pau Coal Co. is  considering erecting a smelter' at  Michel. -*y    ��� ,  The E��glea of the diiit'riot are ulk-  ing of holding a big picnic at Elko on  May 24th. . ���     '  '     ~r  A boom containing '4,000,000 feet  .of logs was recently taken from , Crouton  to Nelson.        ">      , '        ���    '  . OHArNi��KOOKL*v  'v, >.    I  MOYIE, B. C.  -AOEST8 -. ^     , .  Fafifg S: Smyths Moyie  , P. J. McMabon haa taken aleae'e on  the Kaah hotel the   leading, hotel  in  Medford, Oregon, and he'and^niii^wuw  left for their ' new" looation' yesterday.  Medford is ' a   thriving   mining   and  farming town on the main line' of the  Southern Pacific and has a, population  of o��er" 4.000.  -Dr., Eeddy  haa  been  living in'Medford for some  time, and  is interested ' in   the' Opp ^anti; Blue  LedgnV mines, near' there. 'f He   and  "P.'J." have  been ^cloee" friends for  years, and it'" wase on Bexldy'a 'advice  that he located and invested in^ Moyie  nine years ago. \ The Hotel Kootenay  .will be conducted in future, by Frank  J. McMahon; who has been connected  withTtbe^hotel ever since it waa   built.  ���" Wednesday evening a crowd of   Mr.  andMrs^McMahon's friends gathered  at the hotel and   gave   tbem.'a  jolly  eendofl. sDancing' was' indulged   in  aodanunch was <eervedr  .Theladiet.  presented Mri.-McMaho'n with. a cut  glass sugar bowl ��� and' ���cre��ml) pitcher  and some pi Mr McMahonV admirers  presented bira with a'cut glass   bottle  ofr good old Irish whiskey.',      \,   -!?! .  4   ���    -   i , t- I     --'"  -  ������*  / j,.Jamea..Miirq7's J3eatib��^r  I .Additional information"ii��.Jgiven in  the last'',issuer of" the'.Bonnorf Terry  Herald of thekilltngo! Jamea Milrdy  on '.the''night,of ^March; 30.' Milroy  was riding on ��- freight .tr&n/'ahd.-is  supposed uThave." fallen off and the  train" passea ' over his'" body, killing  bini-histaotly. . ,He woi-frightfully  mangled, ha,bead and one arm .being  severed from the oody.-. The' remains  were held at Lina.W the Great Northern, three daye awaiting identifioar  tio"n. Not being able to bear .from hia  people the railroad company bad the  man buried. Milfoy was, about 26  years of age,  .   Building Cottage..  Jfra. Farrell is building a four room  cottage on her lot on , south Victoria  street. - , *  The Imperial Bank of Canada  has  opened a branoh at'Banff and will al-  so^bpen one at Bed Deer.  >r        ^ *      r>   a J  Bosiland Aerie No. ,10.- F. O. E. ia  increasing rapidly in membership, and  now has about 150 member*.  SAN r'RAMCI M  IS IN RUINS  Earthquake and Fire  Play Havoc.  OYER 1,000 LIVES LOST  Several Residents of Movie  v  Were Once Residents of  the Stricken ,Citv.  Carpets,   Squares,  Oilcloths, mattings  , The city of GranoV Forks will purchase 150 ornamenUl "shade trees, to  be donated to citizens for planting.  '^Oil boring operations', at Neepewa  give most encouraging', results, and a  company has been formed to develop  the propoaiuon. V~   V "'' ;  ' The Henderson Directory Company  who'are probably in the best,position  tojudge, estimate ' the. population of  "Vancouver at:51,230. *'  ��� "    '  Ex-Senator Turner'��� of Spokane, ��� is  authority'for the statement that', the  Sullivan mine' at 'Marysville, -E*st  Kootenay made .a. profit' of |17,000  last month. - ' *'    _  The Canadian- Goldfields' Syndicate  haa declared a dividend of.lf'per cent.  The dividend amounts to fl0,500, and  the total of it* dividend* paid, to ,'date  ��SJ93,��30.   ,       t- .-' -,r    .     ,\-.>.   /'  "^-Winnipeg. krdge^Knighte of Pythias  gave a   tangible ^ekprcssiou^.oil their  sympathy With their afaictei^brethren.-  in^SM?FhranciicS by.' voting ;?500" for  theiri:as��ktancV" ; "Lj\   " ?. 1%'., '"1  '������ }'-\\^t>"V .r���z���t    ���"'..'    ..  TheC.'P.-B.'8-new ateamer,'. the.  MOYIE'S  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for the, Traveling Puhlic.  0    ���  !_   '  Billiard Booms.  MpMAHON BB08. Proprietors.  FOR SALE  Derby Shoos for Men of Taste.  ing them if in want of shoos. -n     and  ,ammcr  StanfieUI's   Unshrinkable    Undcrwea  weights, Just received. N  E. A. HILL,  THE   LEADING   T.amKB' AND MEK'8   FUBNISHER.  As a special inducement to people  wishing-to'own their own homes, I  am offering for sale  One Block of Lots  \/     $100 Bach.  This is excellent residential property.  , $560.OO  Buys a 4-room Houae and Lot on  Tavistock street.  $350.00  Buys a lot on Victoria Ave,  $700.00  Buys a -i-room House and Lot' in  good- location.  $300.00  Buys a lot Avitb 50-foot frontage;  one block from depot.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT^  .   ���'���'.   Bank deposit.       ���  ;Once opened it grows whether added to or  -. Interest   allowed at  current   ratas   and  pounded twice a year,  ORANBBOOK 5BANCH.  not.  com-  *.'���  Kuskonook,. bow '.building 'at JTelapn  will be launched about May.lst>' The"  raquest made Vhaye it named, alter  the city of Nelson was denied:  " <vTheNortbport smelter; after a shut?  down of over eight 'months, will ���' be  Mown in the latter part of the month,  fae LeBoi rot Bossland will resume  shipments of ore to that smelter.  Rev.'Day, D. D., the American  preacher who "flimflammed" so many  people in, Rosalind, Nelson, Cranbrook, Fernie and other' oitlee, is  said to have been captured In Oroo-  miah, Persia.   Senator William A. Clark of Montana shaa a nigh, reedy tenor voice of  which he is proud. He gives elaborate dinners and Jsinga for his guests.  He studied for a time with an opera  ginger in Pans.  Manufacturers are making up millions of patent leather shoes. One  leading firm says that, they are making 75 per- cent patent leathers on  their present run. Other firms are  making 60 per cent and more. The  call for patent leather footwear is oao  of the remarkable features of the  trade.  11  ' Earthquake and fire have put nearly all San Francisco in ,, ruins. It is  estimated that'ioOO persons have been  killed.. Thousands of others have been  injured and property loss- already will  exceed two hundred million dollars.  Tens of thousands are homeless and  destitute and* streams, or .humanity  are'fleeing trom the stricken districts  to"placeVrof safety.    ' "    ,"  '   San Francisco is  tlie  metropolis ol  the Pacific coast of the Uuited  States  andthe'largest and   most important  oity of the region west of the Missouri  river.fl-Tbe city's area   ia   47 acjuaie  miles and its vpopulation   is   400,000.  It stands ninth in   population  in  tbe  Duited 8tates.'.    ' ^       l*\   -   '"-';'.  , Several Moyie people have relatives  and friends living   in San Francisco.  Wm. Farrell is in the1*postal   Bervice,  and Sire. P. Lutner his a sister living  there.    P. J. MeMahon an:I wife, D. J.  Elmer and wife, D. J. Leahy, the Farrell family and John Simpson were (, at  one time residents' of the "ruined city..  i\ Fure Bred" Chickens,; \.'  1 '        s ���;_* -���r~r~"' , ���'   l  Hugh Cameron is somewnati.oi^a  bird.fancier and has oyer 200 chicken's.  A "good' portion are pure bred, and  these he keeps, at-bis home on.South  Victoria' street -in /special ,'pens. ..*He  has Black Minorca's, Buff 'Orpingtons  and Golden Lac��lvWyandottes. '-Only,  this :"week-- he refused '225' for^a  thbrotigbbred Buiff. Orpington' pullet:  Besides chickens,-Mr.'Cameron   has  When you havn finished house cleaning do not spoil the rfleet  of your work by putting the old carpet or oilcloth on tbe floor again.  Come instead and look over our slock of new  'Carpets,  Squares, Oilcloths,  Linoleums and Mattings.  '   We have'a larue'a��sortmentt all new, and many beautiful  patterns.    Vou will find our prices low.  MaeEachern  ������: *      .   -AND--;/' ' ��� \  ^Macdpnald.  vnl  40 hose. ,'TUeHo iifl ^runu -as, a 'sme  issue to his dairy, and he says it is a  paying proposition; , j    ,,  I. 0,0. F. ��� Anniverearvl  \ \      y ��� ��� i  The anniversary service of the Odd  Fellows will be held in Miner's Uuion  ball one week, from tomorrow, Sunday, April 29ih. There will be a  special sermon and extra good singing and music. The members will,  appear in regalia and m all probability  they will have a parade.  Officers Promoted.  $550.00  Buys a lot on Victoria Ave.  lent location.  Excel-  $2,600.00  i Buys Two Stores and a 5-room Cottage. This is a bargain, as the property is paying 30 per cent,' and;has  been for the past five years.  Lots for Bale in all pa; 6b, of towo.  D. J, ELMERr  Agent 6rToeriwii? Ct>wpaoy ���  OUR SPRING STOCK  of Jewelry is arriving  almost daily and we  would be pleaaec to  have you take a look  over our goods whioh  are always kept new  and up to date.  W. H. WILSON,  Jewrler. CRAKBROOK, B. O  At the meeting of the Eagles Wednesday evening F. F. Johnston was  elected Worthy Vice-President, and  T. V. Lowney Worthy Inside Guard,  There will be an initiation next Wednesday,  ^   .   Off for Cobalt.  Cobait, Ont., is- attracting a great  many miners from the Kootenays  lately and some have left Moyie for the  new source of excitement, This week  Billy Hannahan, Wm, Salmon and  Jack McDougald left for there.  BbeBtuUia Slikkiia Lire Mlaernblo.  A happy home is the most valuable  possession that is within tbe reach of  mankind, but you cannot enjoy its  comforts if you are suffering from  rheumatism. You throw aside business cares when you enter your home  and you can be relieved from these  pains also by applying Chamberlain's  Pain Balm. One application will give  you relief and Its continued use for a  short time will bring about a permanent cure. For sale by the Moyie Drug  & Stationery Store,  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IS  ORANB&OOK  Creed rooms, good tables *r*<v'V*?  .uid  tiiret- ol**?.*. SiiiujA* ri��^-ris.  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  Many watches do not because  they are allowed to run TOO LONG  without cleaning.  Sat�� Your Watch and money  by sending it to us, whore it will receive proper treatment.  Mr. B. A. Hill of Moyie is our  agent.  W. F. TATE & SON*  Jtwolers and Graduate Optioian*.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  OUl��iAl'W��vUih-Iuspw>i!>r;{ar 0.   P.. -K  ���Orow'n fc'��*i >'*** Dl*'"-,a- '  LOCAL  NEWS.   .  -. > ,-������,.>-  ,      i -    .          t      -    <���  -" B; B/Scott was' over   w Kamloops  .��his week, /       ,.  Chas. Armstrong is going to Alberta to buy land,     '        ' ._ . _ t       <  , Geo.- Clothier returned from a^trip to  Aloerta Wednesday., ' *  ��� Crack shots should examine Campbell's new stock of guns.    <    ,   '      '   r  E. O, Kamm  returned  Wednesday  from his visit to Trail and Rdssland.  For Sale1 or Rent���A four room  house.   Apply to Mrs. J. B. Rudd,  Pi F. Johnston of the Moyie hotel  was in1 Cranbrook Monday. ���_���  Roy Clothier was in Cranbrook last  ouuuiyirr^. t f ri     ^ .'  ' >H. Sibble, representing the .Clarion,  Vancouver, was in-town lor, several  days.- , i.,.    . ^      - -    ,- '   ^ ",-=.  > "For, Sale--:-Twenty-fivevjounffvplg?.  Address W.G. Bateman:"        < '   , ..  -. The log drive of the^Porto*Rico  Lumber Co. will soon bes-in. ,.,     ��� ,..  Ladies.-hata and   waterproof coats  store.',  ,Mrs.-(Dr,) .Higgins and son Paul  were up from Fernie this ,woek.  , Wm. Lucas has ordered a gasoline  launch for Moyie lake. It is 18 feet  in length.  Going fishing? Don't forget we  have a full line ot fishing tackle. E.  A. Hill. ,      ,  To be in high society you should  wear one of Hill's fancy vesta.    *  Webster Burton was up from Cranbrook. Thursday. He is now with  Reid&Co.  John Boyd returned Tuesday from  Eureka, Mont,, where be spent the  winter.  Walter B. Laing, Moyio's tonsorial  artist, attended tbe dance at Maryville  Thursday evening.  A small sawmill is being put in at  the Lake Shore workings of tbe St.  Eugene to cut timber for the mine.  Miss Mae Nicholson, who is teaching at Winlaw, spent ber Easter  holidays wiih her sister here..  If it is hardware yon want you  can get it at Campbell's. Gem icecream freexera.  Dr. Henderson, who is now located  at Creston, was in Moyie for several  days during tbe week.  Messrs, J. S. MaeEaohern and J, W.  Fitch   have    been   beautifying   their  places on   Tavistock   street  recently.  BARGAIK���Piano,   good   as   new,  $175.   Apply to D. J. Elmer.  J. C. McKeniie, of the Crow's JSeat  Steam Laundry, was In town from  Cranbrook   Monday,  Tbe ladies of the Presbyterian  church baye postponed their social to  May 12th,  H. P. Largo has ������cured a position  with the Cranbrook Electric Light  nnd Telephone Co. and will begin  work Monday.  Rev. Faiber Cheinel will be in Moyie  Sunday aud bold services at the usual  hours, and on Monday morning there  will be mass at 6:30 to enable those  workiog to attend to their Raster  duties. ���'..��� ;...'.'   .  , ,<    METAL   MARKET.  ;Nkw   York���Bar silver,  (U-^cinlef  Lead, $5.15.   Zinc (apelterV'$5.tr0;  Lonuon���Lcad^_��l5 loY.'9d,'     , ,'  W-IVof M. 'Convention. ,   -  v - -    ���''  \ lt '  ,'  W. J.   Felt ham,   president' of   the   ,  Moyie Miners Union, was' elected last    ������  Saturday night aa a  delegate-' to r the ^  annual   convention  of the    Western -  Federation of  Miners, which  will bt��l  held in^ Denver, Colorado, this  year  commencing on -Monday,' May>>,28th,  This   will  be  a   specially   interesting "���-,  meetings as(the ."president, secretary,..  and one of, the executive -. committee  are in jail, on  tbe chtrge   of murder  and every phase' of   the   question   of  their"detention  will' be   invtstigated r '<  fully.   !!la  Mr., FelttiAin-the ,Moyi��   \  union will have a" gooj,  coo! headed,1  faithful repre'senUtlvei'   '" '-  TJi  ���-.'  '<*'.  \4'  <-^' ,   ��� '". o -\  faster Services.^  V^.'ri;'  .-5   -   r>"  V -V''"i-  -t-r.W  v;:,i  , t  Special services"-,' Wore held in both ,  Methodist and Presbyterian   churches  last Sunday evening.  .At tbe "xTresby-  terian chuich two solos were sung <t by 4~  airs. Patrequin, accompanied  by Miss.  Nicholson.   One was the "Holy City,"  which was exceptionally well rendered.  H. P. Large  rendered a   very   appro-s  priate solo at the   Methodist   church,  "A   Dream   of Paradise,"   with  Mrs.  Schmidt as accompanist.  ."   Chris. Nielsen Sells.  Chris. Nielsen, who owned one,o��  the prettiest places in Moyie, has  sold out to Dave Porter and wife and  has left for Spokane in search of  health. Mr, Nielsen had two lots on.  Tavistock street whioh he fenced and  cultivated and raised vegetables on.  Mr, Nielsen has been in poor health  for several months.  ���>4  The Inaugural Ball.  Marked success crowned the ball'  given Monday evening by the members of the Moyie Athletic Association,  and after paying all expanses they had  a snug sum to turn into tho treasury.  A swell supper was served by Mr% Joe  Goupill at tho Manhattan. Music was  furnished by Prof. Wilson, Prof. Mo-  Ctllum and F. J. Saiyth.  ;     Fdli  ^  ��� with oeu',  coas^w.-  jbri.-r;  tiUO    Ollil'1 i  r^'ahi'.  .:-���  ��� Trnr''rc>tf"��s the Havoc  i-''J ������. 7..W. ���.���-.'.������-* --fv?, food'  & , ,,r  ,,,.  V  TIIE LEADER, MOVIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .-++*+-<  h+^-H^+f+^ff*  ." ;..**���#  ���^  '     lj.ir,3  A��     -tk.J..  '- Ji'}f,1'->  r��..>,"  Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  J    Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/' " A Heritage  of Hate," "Nell of Shorne Mills/' "Paid.    .  For/' "A Modern Juliet/' Etc ��  (Continued from Jasfc week.)  HOSPITAL RELICS.  \ 0��1<1   Tliln(-.   to   Be   Seen   In   it   Great  j London   Cntuljlixliuient.  J    If the reader can luiay.'ne tbe cure of  j every one of the 5,0WJ.you to 6,000,000  J persons living in London of some ail-  j ment or disease lie, holds iu his mind's  j eye a  true picture of the vast work  Cone by Guy's hospital since its foundation.   The south sea bubble, like many  another   financial   catastrophe,   ruined  thousands  of citizens,  but it enabled  Thomas Guy, vrho sold his Investments  RAINY RIVER MAN  HADJROIIBLES  TILL  .  DODD'S   .   KIDNEY   .   PILLS  CURED HIS KIDNEYS.  -j*    r v.if  ���*m  'M$f  -MM  - ',trt.e**��  '-���mm*  ��� -{MmM  ���   '����  ���  ��� ^��&WM    "  liuir unconscroi/s ol u'tiat she was  doing,' where she was going, she  pac-d hark as far us the steps, and,  drawn by,tho stillness and djrknesn,  went down lo. ihe garden���and saw  , tho Aspire itari'ditiff against the toi-  racf  wall. ,      '  , ,.Shi- held he;- breath for a moment,  then glided forward and laui her  hand ,<m Julian'" nnii. He 'turo.-d  and .she sjjw his face.  , ,"iou 'have been listening'.;' the  panted. ���'Cow'ar'd! I wii] call to  them���tell   them:'-  Then his Rheumatism  and other pains  Vanished    Once    and   for   ail���His  Case One  of   M3ny.  Harwich-, One. Apr. 9,���(Special).���  That Dodd's   Kidney Pills will    cure  Kheuma^ism, or any other disease re-,  ln the stock, to the great advantage of'[Su!tir,K fr01" disordered Kidneys is the!  other   people   as   well   as , himself  to    e*l-ene��ce of many of the settlers,' oi j  this  Rainy River country,    The case I  UNL8CHT  OAP  ���M (V\T\ REWARD mil  JD, \J\JV  be ptl<i to any  ptfnoa who proves that  Sunb'g-Ht Soap contains any  injurious chesmca]* or Any  form of adulteration.  near   the furnai.t*," aljtl   as   JuixzlSi  entered she pointed to it. i  Julian nodded and sank, into the  easy-chair near the table, and I>e-  borah stood .ante motionless and ns  waiting lor his commands, ,hcr full  grey eyes fixed on. iiis us a 'dog's, is  fixed upon his muster,  ���Julian wiped the'sweat train his  hit-ow .and j��o;ire<l hinisclf out a cup  of tea, as ii unconscious of her presence, then he looked at her nnd  said, on his  fingers: '  "Ileborah.     keep      away-  from ^the  found the institution -which bears his  name and to restore to health (down to  the present time) over G.000,000 human  beings,  of William John Dixon, cf this  place I  is a fair sample oi the -work the great  Canadian,Kidney Remedy is doing.  . ,"1 had Rheumatism so bad I had to'  Among the,] many curiosities,exhibit- [to use a stick-to walk.   I had pains in  edin.the fajnous museum at Guy's Is a \my back aud right hip, and'I had no  large piece of'cardboard bearing the  remnants of thirty-five pocketknives,  ���which,\vere swaljo-wed by an American  sailor. His name was John Cuinmings.  and he was admitted to the hospital In  1822. A small book, containing also  tbe manuscript of the printed, copy,  narrates the particulars of this remark-  , She    swung,   round     towards    the     ...,.  houso,   but  he  caught her arin   ���    His .      ..v,.o' -l-    iLi;\nr- =,      '    i-   ,      /.  fai-u   wnt,-white,     hix-eves    glowin-i ^-s. ..Ir. Juhan/   she replied,with  but  MuJ   -.��   v...  i.,V,i   ^ :..- i   i ������ a   ^V!l1  mo*Cfn.'nt     ol   iter thin  but,  just   as  he  had   retrain*,   him- r.^     ,.]s ^^ anytitlog oke,  he    signed  go  front     of tho. house! ,  Sir    Chandus } able ease, and it may be" perused by  Orme  has seen    you���and1 spoken to ' the privileged visitor to Guy's.  J  ''It appears that Cummfngs during a  spree ashore challenged the feats of a  fin-  *-..' when Z .found  th^ne  was'    si !'^0 "^^S  i:^r.!; �� ��� ����. ��� <> K;'v^:S  self-corn niamJ  "\l'ait," he f.aulr quietly,    "I)0 not  -    move, d0 not sp.-a'k!    Wait!"  She  stood  .still,' sjLood   riiptianl.'Sff:  /;|rcndervd  speechless  by  his  unnatural  r calmness, ,anc! peered at hiiu   breath-  ' ��� I'-ssly.     , ,      . .   ,  "Yes, (I 1)avo; listened,"  he .said  as  quietly   as   before,    -/And   it   is   true.  , 1  love, yu'u.���������ah,   do    not  speak���jet!  , I love, you.   Js it a crime  to  do sci?  ���f>'Then 1 am  the greau-nt  of criminal's,  /and, I  throw   myself  nt jour  mercy.  .    But you know,I love you,  you have  ,' -known it .since  tbe day we first met  I-o you  suppose Iram going to  ask"  .  you if you care for, me?   1 am not so  ��� , great  a    fool!,     I .know     that  Vane  stands .between^ us��� ���   ~So,   not   yet*.  'Wait,   'I beg, ybu   ..to'wait    until    J  have said what. I have to^say.    It is  . him   y'ou ^care   for.   I   am���well,   just  tho dirt beneath your feet.' " Hut   be  ���nil, 'well,  I  have listened;  there    is  'no  need  to' remind  you.   Vane,    docs  not count.   You'aret Jess than noth-  >ing'to him."       -   - '      ' ,'   o  She'put up her,hands,as if, indeed,  she were about to strike''him,' hut he  ^did^oiot- niovu.  and  his dark eyes- did  not..quail,  'before'    the   lightning'   in  ' hers. '     o -  "While,'I���God, how I love youl'  Vou are just my, whole life , and  souIS" ,,  "You   love  conjuror who had made a pretense'of  swallowing knives. Encouraged by his  drunken comrades, the sailor actually i    r!a|v  comfort in sleeping.,  ,,"1 could no more than dress or undress myself for nearly two months,  and I was for nearly three wwks f  oould.not lace^ny right shoe.   .-  "My brother advised me to .try  Dodd's. Kidney Pills and I did so.  After taking three boves I could walk  around and laco up my shoes an-1 do  my work-. Siv rbo.\es cured me completely." ,  Dodd's Kidney Pills' are the one sure  cure ,for sick KUJneys Sick'Kidnevs  are the cause of nine-tenths of the ifls  thr- human family suffers from.  is equally good with hard or soft water.  If you use Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight Way (follow directions)  , you need not boil nor rub your clothes, and yet' yoiX=viru\s^sci  results; than with'boiling and hard rubbing in the old-fashioned way,  As Sunlight Soap contains no injurious chemicals and is.perfectly. . Yblj! 11101167 refunded  pure, the most delicate fabrics and dainty, silks and laces may 'be l' ���:t5',h^4*Ierfrornv^'3myoUb:j  washed without the'slightest in'iury. "     -  '   '     .''���',    ' Sun,,'ei�� Soap if you find ^,  r     ��� - - -i' ,,..'',-     i   causcfor complaint.  tovor Brothers   Limited, Toronto .'.'     '     -i , ,  - , ^  swallowed- an  opened poefcetknife,  to J,thousand,'rnen.Iicants.  according  She turneii, then paused and looked as him.      I '  "'Are you sure there is nothing  el.M'-> You are not looking well; yiu  an- looking as U you wc-rv 'ill. o Is  there  nothing Deborah  can  do?,. You i of his drunken bout", shown sufficient  now possesses ' over   thirteen  the amazement of the,, conjuror.    Feeling no Immediate pain, he put five other,  knives out of sight in the same,way.  In two years' time be had, in. the course  '.fjl .-'.O'ii  itl  Si^'Sii-'C  ' 4,-feTf  ���* I  .- - is f>  ',   . ;n*  -' .i'f  X:  me?", she  said ,gliding  -   '  e]osor"to   'him.    "Prove  it!     Prove  * ,iL!"   '       ' ..-"*'  1,       "Tell me how���" " '        '' , ,  "Thrash   him!   <Thrash "him   within  an inch of his life!,", she hissed,  .uc smiled,   and  the  smile, was' like  'a douche of ico^on her fury.     '  ,    .        I'-^��#V h" said'ns if in  response to  ft  .'    quite an     ordinary,,   everj'-day   pro-  1   '     position.     "That   would   be   a   cheap1  kind of meJodiama:  and  X should  be  ,      the ,��nc' who  would" be , thrashed;  Vane-   is    a    stronger   mart���"���>    Jrle,  shrugged' his' sho'uid'ers*  ...v    "'You are a,coward!',' she said, her  '   bosom��� heaving,    her   lips^ twitching.'  , "You  prate of, love like���like .an ac-  ' ^     tor,, and   a' bad   one.-^but. you  stand  ,' 1 by and see   the woman you' say you  1 love^insulted.   But you want-ray ,an-  ,   swet-   to    your    kind - proposal���your  ''.cousin's kind proposal,1 coward.'   Take  '- i*.   Ikf.r.,1        r    n-ill     ,,  orr-i".    irr*..     I h ,   'jlov  you  reign here  as master  instead  of  dependent, the,hanger on you  are.",  He caught her by 'both wrists  and  "leant forvaid,  his breath  coming as^  fast as hers, his eyes sinking into.her  ,    own.  ��� l    "I    accept    your    conditions,"    he  ��� , ' said, honrsely.    She shrank back, but  he still held her "You made it in  ]est,  in iriockciy���"  ' She watched him closely, hungrily.  "���No'" she panted "'I���I am .seMous.  It���it is you  \\li0 j,-st,   who trjfle."  He smiled and, lor a .moment, his  self-possession  Jt-il   Inm.  "Com aid' The word stings' You  shall see! I accept the conditions.  Uivc in..���give an earnest ol jour  promise."  She  .shrank  from     him as he  drew  her closer  to     him;  but suddenly  she  lilted her  face,  white and  set.  "Take it!" she whispered.  He  bent  his  head  slowly   arid kissed  her  on   the   lips ���   With" a   low  try  she broke from him aim sped up the  steps;   but'on  tho ten ice  she  turned  und   looked    down     on   linn    with   a  strange    c.\-pr.<^;,,n   ,n    her   c>cs,   nn  expression in whieh f. ar and hate and  the  longing    for   reieiige  fought   "lor  predominance.  Julian stood looking up at her, at  tho spot on which .���.-lie had stood,  i\ith glowing eyes, while one could  count twenty; then he went softly  round the house, unlocked a door in  a wall and passing through the small  yard���it hau once been a ladies' garden, but was now moss and weed-  gi own���on which the lnboratoiy  looked���unlocked tho laboratory door  with his ch.ib-key and entered" the  room.  Thoic was nn  air of comfoitnbo.it  the    apaitment.      The     walls      wio  -colored   n     d.uk   maioon,    tiie   wond-  woik  was  <of w.iln-H,  beautifully polished,    there    woo   pictures   on      the  walls,  and   a  b.il.v  grand  piuno;  but  its scientific    purpose    had  not    been  forgotten.    \'n;ir>,  with the generosity  Mhith th<irncten/ed him at  ull times,  but  n^rr   more   than   in   his   dealings  with   Julian,    had   given     him   cui te-  bluivthe. and Julian  had  transformed  the Witches'  room   into a model  laboratory.      The room  was sound    and  ait-proof,   and  ventilated   by  a  casement    in   the     roof   which    could   be  opened   a    .quarter      of   an     inch   or  thrown-wide so that-the', fumes from,  the crucibles . and   .'chemical     retorts  couls escape in a .few moments.    .'i:he j  walls  were  covered   with  a  compb'si-  -tion  which  resisted  the  corrosive effects of the noxious fumes on  which  "vane    so   'ofteii    '.animadverted.      A  draught, even a breath of air,".is-often, fatal   to   a  chemical   ex-jKiriment,  Julian    had    contrived     that   the  room   should   be   rendered   absolutely  hermetically  sealed .by) the  closing of  the.ventilator,  which  was worked, on  the-simplest principle,: by a couple of  ropes,   passing   over   a   pulley,   which  he. could- control .by  a lever'fixed under, his'.writing  table. ���       '      ,  ������   As he entered  he  saw,. by the light  fi*oni  the  furnncf,   the  bent  figure   of  Deborah.    She was .moving'about tbe  rooin in her noiseless way. ;l. tort oi.se-  Rhell'cat,   which   had   attached   itself  to  her,   following    hi-r  as   noiselessly  and   rubbing    against   her.-    A   silver  euuipnire  stood   on  a small   table  would  thist iiw",  sir?  "^'es, yes," he said, impatiently,  "What should'there Ik>?. A liin 'cpiite  well. Have you'made up the fire'>" ,  ��� --Yes.' 3Ir.  Julian.",   . '>  "Well, then, you may go. Hero���  take this cut with, you." .  She went for the cht, but it eluded  her and crept closer*to Julian.  o"Oh, never mind, then," he' said,  impatiently, "Ix-t 'it.be. How hot  the room, is! It is. the lire, X suppose. Open ,the ventilator, .please."-  'She went' to "the ''levciNtantl ropened  with'- diificulty ' the wiiiflo.,.,? jn the  top .pi the wall. <  "It wants a* new rope,"' she signed.  Julian   ''nodded    irritably.     ,"Y"es,  yes, I'll see,to it.'i <  She glanced at' him, with'the devotion of the'spamei, waited a mom-'  ���ent to, s^-e 11" theie w.ere any- other  orders, theiii left the room; carefully'  clos-ing the heimetically scaled door  after, her.        ' .��� -   -  Julian leant back'and sipped his  tea. His heait'uas beating fiercely,  his brain was in a whirl.- The melodramatic scene in' which he> had played ea principal partL danced' .before  him. His hps' had touched.' hers,  Judith's! Shes.ha<i promised to 'tie  his wife! His wife! ,Hc, ciosi-d1' his  eyes and a smile "curved iiip dips.  But .the condition' That be sho'ild  reign as master at Lesborough.' Tih  had accepted ' it in the mome'nt of  excitement, of passionate ec'stacy, ai  he Would have accepted it if it had  been the, advent >of the milleriium.  Was there any condition/ any stipulation, which he would not have accepted'.' ,   -  His' That beautiful'woman he loved with' a passion that,absorbed His  whole lK-ing. Her kiss, cold ,and  fierce as it had- be.-n, bu'rnt on > "���j.s  lips and- 'still thrilied him. -His!  'Judith, the- loveliest, woman on  earth, the One woman to be desired  of -,a!I others. -His'passion" left no  .room for thought of Vane,1 who had  pleaded  his,   Julian's,   caif--'.       So.me  n.., ,   ���,._      c.,.,,.,^, ,,lr     l/f    i-,ai jtiiOCi  and   Julian's  was  one  of'them.     He  Put   V,.n-s   advocacy   aside  'as   if   it  had  not 'o(cunvcl     All-his thoughts  his heart,  were  bent'on  Judith    ���  And he would call h.-r h"is when he  reigned .is master nt I^-sboruugh' It  ,did nt,t occur to hun to doubt h.-r  proimse. foi th.it prori.ise bad b. t-n  dictated l,\ jealous-, and h  they ,.,rv stiongei a'n/(  til.111   lov  Win n  he   was'  masiei-;     i ti.xt   in  "hen Vane was d- ad, ami lw   Julian  "���m/K rl in his st-.id.  ''���ut \',uie was .tine, was  He Ihe elder of Julian -\  lb- had liei jjioimse. t (,,-t <-  for  hurt.    All  bravado to enlarge 'bis internal 'armory by twenty-nine additional knives.  When, .after his foolishness bad brought  him' to the hospital and tsubsequently  tq.liis grave, a postmortem examination  was made the thirty-five knives were  removed from his stomach by the amazed surgeons.  These Interesting relics,are exhibited  among others In the surgical classroom,  ���whither the students return from the  dissecting room to correct their impressions.   Close by Is-another interesting  10 'a  MONSTER TORPEDO/  report issued by the council of rolief  and benevolence..  The Hungarian .cabinet has decided  to postpone the general elections for  a few months..  teres t  objectv, a glass case containing a number of what" appear to be Illuminated  parchments.   The grewsome^nature of  these exhibits grows upon-, the visitor  when he learns that,theyj-are simply  patches of'tattooed  hiunan'skin pre-'  served in spirits.   The inscrlfjtion upon  each enables one to 'trace the occup'a--  tion and character,, of the 'unfortunate'  .patient from whom'It wasttaken.   One  was a colored sailor;- a native of Afri- |  ca.  On some twelve square inches of his I  skin is worked an artistic representation  of  the' most, brilliant  plumaged  bird3 known ln the tropics.     ,   ,.  Guy's anatomical wax .modejs are  said to be ,the finest in the world:. One  of these is extremely valuable,'the hospital authorities having refused the  sunssof ��dlO0O offered for it. by., a for-  rhe,    New     Enjarlne     or     Den (ruction  Adopted' by  (be, Wavy.  .'The' United States navy has Just  ' ��dopt��d a new engine of destruction in  the shape of a- higli speed turbine torpedo, the BHss-LcaA-at It is classed as  one of the most powerful and deadly  tea'weapons in existence today.  This self propelling sen!' monster travels through the water at a pace of thirty-six knots and has au extreme range'  of, 4,000 yards,' 3,500 being/the guaranteed contract range.'. Owing to its,  superior advantages ln speed and range,'  being capable ofgolng'elght knots, or  25. per cent, 'faster'and, nearly double  the distance of tlie latest "Whitehead, It  will supplant the latter, now considered  to be obsolete. - The' best performance  of the .Whitehead Is a speed of twenty-'  eight knots, going but 2,000 yards.  ' The new torpedo has,an additional advantage and one especially adapted for  submarines. Inasmuch as~It can be dis-1  i Tnin'or ���,tv,om ,^h s�� r^i ,�����      .      caa^ed equally well "from submerged  1 snip at Chatham, ana he took the role,! mua<= aD ������ ^^.1, _  ��� ���.. ���  , of a commercial  traveler anxious for    %$�� * *��k. a-teat never sneccss-  f ,-..jl.--..,--���'���. -          ��._..    "*���      . fully accomplished with the Whitehead.  .??.?.'Jprpedo* is fired out,of a tubo  SMALL  ECONOMIES  1 HolJojvay's Corn'Cure destroys all  kimjs of corns, and warts.'root and  branch. Who. then . would endure  them \yith, such a cheap and effectual  remedy within reach 1    '     "   ���  .   ,        Sailors Talked to Admiral.  Some years 'ago,.' white traveling  from Scotland, , Admiral Sir William  Kennedy was joined in his carriage by  Wo   young, sailors'  returning to their  Information ontnauvtical matters.  .' ,The sailors answered his.questions as  to life, aboard ship,, and when he asked whatjthe officer*'were like', and whether  the1 admirals    and   captains   got i  some twenty feet in length, ,the Interior,,  being well greased. 'About twenty minutes are required  to  force the  2,250  ?���^a"^sS<^ ^ 'a-nsruage, the men J -pounds of, compressed"air into the air  ��� rts        <,..,     1, .....   _-. ._    chamber. ���'An impulse charge of ninety  !poundsH .starts ,the glistening, - "cigar  shaped Ishell of steel on.dts course. On  ships' gunpowder and electricity are  also used for this purpose. After mak-'  tag a"five foot dive,'striking the water  nearly* horizontally,- the' torpedo darts*  off on a 'bee line, foaming and tearing'  through the wate'r'to"attack its Imaginary foe.���The W^rld Today. \ '  replied, "Oh. ho,1 sir.   At least, not In  the.dockyardf"  On the arrival of the train, at Rugby  the admiral rev'ealed his identity, but  though j he-'was'\ later appointed commander-in-chief rat Sheerness. all his  efforts to find the young sailors failed.  , In- telling- the story in "The "Army  and Xa-vy/_Gaiette<" .Admiral Sir William KenneSy. says: "If ever these lines  should meet the eye of my' traveling-  companlon.s I trust they, will remember the commercial gent in the "soap  and'taIIow; trade." who would.be'.glad to  Sojne'That   Arv   Sot   Worth   tlieEi.  pcitme  of Tijnt.   and  Energy. '  , Women  certainly are the  conserva"  tlves of the race.   Long ago men learned that;tlme was too valuab'le to waste  on  useless  details.    But   women /still  cling lo their idols.   Ouo' rends in, the  correspondf-nce 't,colunIn   of    wbmen'a  ���magazines perfectly absurd parngrnphs  8n' small economies". ,,0ne woman recommends saving the gummed" ends of'  old Jetters and circulars tp usft in patching books, sheet music, baking tins, etc.  Imagino wasting time cutting old'envelopes to pieces  for gummed  paper  which may'be purchased by, the yard  for a few cents! A,roll of passe partout  paper, the thinnest kind,/costs about.,4  cents.; One piece would last for mending "purposes (at least a "year.,- Another,  economist ,���wrltes   with-' evident-;prlde'  that she saves all .,the empty breakfast  food boxes,;pasted a white paper hinge  on the'flap  to .strengthen "tlie* coyer,1'  buys a-wboden box'to,hoid'a'riumber of  the, paper boxes nncT?IabclsJ the latte/r '  empty- spools/string, rubber rings "and,  other things, mostly not-worth preserving.  Such small [savings'arc no�� .worth  while at the expense'of-Ttlme and'"en-"1'  ergy, ^and the" sooner women, get'that  into their,heads,'the better.���Xew'Ybrlc  Post' " -  .   '-, -J "' . ',  ��� "'���,' - " '  [.  Received the Lye'l Med���  The   dtstlnirulHhed   reciMei.t'of ,��*,  Lyell mpdal. Dr. Frank ln*.on ?J*  professor of geology !n'.M((fm u_t?V  ��iiy.'. was.'borw In  Montr,..,!, and ,,  '  graduate of, the uniwers'.iy i��� w7, "���  .ha?   hold   a.profewirshlp  .slncp ,.,,  Following h|s-high ��'.-nHHnirtl"lbn  In  -natural "nnrt ' �������n...i    ..vutr* b-'Ji <  Ull ;  natural   andapplle-l   ^u.n.t   n  Adams subsequently   ��(U,h.a   in ,/  and at HcWolbora U.,,, U,^^ .  spe'clally,;to nu.olo^ and ^���'���*��*]  Jaw.   For,many, years  Or  A-la-n,^.''  on   the,staff-of the Camnlbh ,>ta  cat Survey, and. is the au^W ��t ��',,���   ,  eroim, papers., cledlliw 'wi-Mall,\S?  problerrs   of 'rnetam.irphiv.., a^d ,^ '  older  tfrystalliiie,-rocks 'of' th,. "   f''  ��� crust. /These tmu^o�� i���-.v��� b,^ tl   .  led "In many'scientific pubit, Ml0L,r I  Canada. Ensjatid and t|ie \;Mfi s,.," -  Dr...Ad.ammM��as  a.H'-.the Kt,nWs   . ?   '  explorer and his, reBearcliM lia-.p.^-..  Iiln^'an^autliorjtatlye repute,  ii**,),*'J  Atlonis- is 'the >ecohd  to mulnlaln 1hi  ,Wgh, standing of  this'proteshorshlp. "'  CULINARY XONCEITS.,'  elgn metlicai ��� celebrity.    It  is'an ab- i 5ee them again and discuss the affairs'  solntely( perfect model* of the upper ex- t oi l3i* Pavy-'  tremiry   of  the  body,   showing  every j   ���  mus,cle, .gland, vein, nerve and artery. -  "  ,It took Joseph Towhe. a clever demonstrator at (JuyX fnlly two years to  make it, but with him In 1S79 also died  the secret of the process- by which the  wonderful construction- of the human  body was reproduced'in wax with such  marvelous fidelity.���London Standard/,'  (,A Choice  of Evils. '  r"   tf  A young  Scotchman  fresh" from  his  native land.had "hired out", to a west-  tern,farmer as a harvest hand.', He was  scrong, industrious-auid. full-of enthusiasm, in; thenios^iuitoes were a reve-  -la'tion to him.    In all his experience he  had   never ' encountered,^ anything   so  'fierce, bloodthirsty and"persistent,,'and  |,they made his  life miserable.  They .won't bother "you, Sandy," sale!  one of his fellow laborers���"if you smoke  vite.    ju'd  inoiu   binding  ' '.    Tlie Land  ot Psoroda)..  Burma is, the land of pagodas!   From ! ��Tle,ot P'V^^Y la.DOl:ers"lr y��>�� *  the summit of eviry rkountain. ������rfJev-Ta*��!pVw��eri the>'-re.,:rou"dt y,0"-"  ������ t,-,,   " ,.���,   .,--;       ���   , *l     , .���    Sandy had never  "smokit,"   but   he  ery hill or hillock, from above the .cliffs   'procured a pipe and some tobacco and  and rocks and from among the woods'  of the islands or the broau frawadl rise  the graceful forms and gilded pinnacles  of numberlass pagodas.  Often they are  proceeded to follow  the, advice.  For a few moments Iim smoked With  much zeal and earnestness. Then he  became   very   pale".    He  laid   the  pipe  crowned by a golden'htee or umbrella. I down  and  placed  the  tobacco ��� by- its  Pagodas are rarely temples in the true ��� side'  That  iant  \ .me  field.  but ...'Jit-  ������>   niaiti'r  was  h-ipe  -s.jt ts ui '.ti ud'-nls in.ylit  h-pi'---M.    .is    S���    ('l,.imj���s     W1I]1    ,,1S  woilalv    v. i.scloni.     ),���,(.    f.al(|  might   be  Kill.-.J   ,���   the .hui.tin  .1 t.nel' %  s-lioi   ,n  n������������  He w.,>,.,! t|,��� s,.c..lL frolI1 hjr, for(._  h-.ul .mam and l,.()].,.,i ri,i.,���i tin  .00.11 lii.sev^f,,! lliH)��� ,,���. fM|f]|||  on tin. sniiu furriace. and tl,u l(,\(.r  Mave pla��e.. lor Mile moment, to the  ^".,..,st Hi- .r,se .���1(1 llt.|lt lo h  "���MO. 'Ihe |.Ml���d in the i���,i, Uas  emitting     u   hliiish   I! '  und  piingi-nt odor  j-IijJ ing that,  as ,(!  f.ilight   ins   breath  cult  He   looker!   round   the   room        Thu  vcntil���t.,r   u.,s  half  closed,   his  han,l  "'���'it  lull,,  l,.\,.r  ���!,���,,   adniHted ���,.  h.sed u,,. ulr.  |JIIt ,,��� sliul  L|)_ ^  '���'tor.  .ind .stood  101   a  in���r,.-nt   ns  it  consul,., 1Mg  (ie,.,,],      r, )ifin   ^  ��   cuphoaid,      took   out  ���"'���sin,,   iii.d.   alter   s���.tlvl!1g   n   ln     ���  sense. -They are usually solid, tapering  buildings placed over real or Imitation  relics. Close by; among groves of palms  aud'bananas, are generally .to be seen  tho,carved and seven storied roofs of  the kloungs, or Buddhist monasteries.  Gay and light hearted as are the Bur-  mans, they realize another and future  existence as vividly as they do the  present life, and the teachings of the  great Buddha are over present to their  .' RELATING TO IRON.  "'Tis varra gude tae keep 'the mosquitoes away, nae .doot," he "said, with  a long, quivering breath, "but I prefair  the mosquitoes!" ,  .   .   - Water   Drinking.      *"  fAXter all the efforts of physicians to  make their patients 'drink water copiously and "of "the aforesaid patients, to  dispose of quarts'of water'daily 'it,Is  nothing short of discouraging to be told,  by a medical 'writer/that, excessive water drinking often works serious harm.1  Brain workers with' too little muscular  activity  or men  who' have. excessive  muscular- activity without>'proper by\  gienicv supervision ^'nearly always.take:  a'sufflcieht-If not an' excessive/quantity^  of liquids'in the form "of tea, v coffee."  4beer, milk or water, declares this' author as quoted in tho"Woman;stiIedica]  Journal. 'The"normal amount of water  required dally is "a. mathematical  calculation regulated by tho sensation of  thirst" Many conditions.must.be considered before water drinking is prescribed, she says further, and its effects should.be as carefully noted as  those of any other therapeutic measure.  ' 'When  slicing  an"?6nIors   to flavor a  "stew, on salad score-each slice first, be-',  fore.cuttiug'it off. ���   /r > - -1 ,/  (It u said tnnt potted/meat wllfkeop  a longer,time, if it fs'eo^ei-pVvMtb'.mut-  ,tpn fat Instead of. melted lnittor.     t.  When" pies are ready "for 'the, ovcaV  RHEUMATISM   X'AND  PARALYSIS,  Their Complete Home Cure  Post   Free to Readers of This Paper ,  ,     .;., 'for Limited ~Period"Oniy.    ��� ; ;  '' A"' handsome'   Ulustrateil   treatise,  giving full description' of Kheumatlcni  and Paralysis, withMnstriictlions for a'  complete 'home 'cure, idescriMng.tW  iraost,- successful    treatment   in   the-';  world,-.recommended by tlie Minlsir/-  nnd. endorsed b'y medical   men.' This J  highly instructive book was written by^l  W; H.ftVeno,' a   gentleman   who ha I  mado a special sdidy'of these tliseasps. I  The ' preface, is by a graduate of the >|  University of W'urtzburg.  .Send postal {I  to-day anvi yott'wlU'receive the.hootj  free '"by  return.���Address.   Tho Veao  .wnc.    a  strange  ���so  dense  arid  pen-  bent  o\ei     it.   it  and   made  it diljii-  '�� etit to  h'ligth   of  I'lep.iu-d   .11   a   bowl.  ^|.i|.|.ed ,t  i���iimi i,,.s ���louth aml nos_  With  rl   Hi..  rleiil,..,  1.it- iti(i\enu nts h,.  lock-  inoi,  saw   u,.,,   thl. M..m,lator  "���IS    tightly    closed.        then     kited       the  "'"���> (uu'i ii-,n,i the |,���t 011 tbe fui-  'i.ue A subtle. pen-tiMlmg |,,m���  J ose nnd f,il..,i the somite loom the  ���ill   b-wune -ilink  and   palpal,^.       '  I'loiected   as   he   ...ls   ,,,    ,,���.  |IlII8,  s-i.iIomI   m   (J-.,.   MMlldotmg   solution he  ��.'s <.-��.s<io���s  ot  a   he.nv   i.M-ssuieon  ""   lungs   and   iie.m     piessn.e     Uiat  s'eincd   .1I1,lost   intolerable        lint    he  d..spl.,\ed   ,���,   |(.a,   or  ,|is..i.>.n .   i,���l,ed  H^inil.. 01   tuui.,,,1,  s)loni.  m  h|s  (>w,s"  t   is  the   lloi-j.,a  funic-'"   !���.  ,,���,���,.  l)led. lir.h.ind  |,,n  imi.sim mask,  as  the  utiiiosp],,..-,, grow -1 bicker,  moredense-  cry  pierced . the  silence. , It  was    a  , ... ,   Z-1  p'teous .moan,   from  the  cat  *hich had-sprung upon ��� the table and  was; crouching  there  looking-  at   Jul-  lan.enti-eatiiigly. ."-.....,���  '"J'uss, poor; puss.!".' he..' riiiirhiured  a^crtiel, pitiless IiKh�� ,.in his evt,s'  Aou don't feel well, ehv Xo ��,,,���!-  t-H'.^oii can't breathe in this atmosphere? I'm not- surprised. But  it  is going to be worse!'"  rrotected' by  the    muslin   bondage  he  went to her, nnd  -stroked her    and  wretched   animal ..dropped   on   its  ind wailed to hirn  irnploriii-.)v-     I  gone,   eh?"  he  .said.    "j>t '  Dlacoxerr of the Sfetal, Accorcllnjr to  Various   Autliorlilcn.  The Bible speaks of Tubal Cain as  the, discoverer of Iron and the father  of smiths.    The Egyptians imputed to  Hephaestus the same honor, while Pliny mentions It having been discovered  by Dactyles on  Mount Ida after thu  forests on the mountain sldb had been  destroyed by lightning. This was about  1.432 years B. C.    Jeremiah and Eze-  kiel  both mention iron ln their Scriptural writings, tho latter specially mentioning two qualities of tlie metal and  calling one bright iron, which was probably steel.  Moses mentions an Iron furnace, and  Job speaks of It as being taken out of  tho earth. Thousands of years before  the opening of the Christian era the  Egyptians used Iron Iu making sickles,  knives and such things. Sparta first  used iron for money. Britain also used  It as a medium of barter and exchange  prior to the conquest by the Romans.  Tho Britons before the time of Christ  used to export iron to Gaul, and after  the Roman conquest the conquerors established extensive smelting works,  which existed at least as late as the  Saron conquest���St. James' Gazette.  Shakespeare   and   English.  There is an old, a very old, tale told  of a yenerable lady, -w ho, after seeing  the play ot "Hamlet" for the first time,  said,  "It is a very good piay as plays  go,  but it  is  made  up of quotations."  This   good   dame,   although " she   was  probably una wire .of it, %vas acknowledging,  in a roundabout'way "perhaps,  the   Indebtedness  of  the  English   language ,to  our national  bard.     Phrases,  sentences and some times whole lines'  from   his   writings  have "been   crystallized, as  it were,  into  colloquial English, and there are probably more quotations    drawn    from     the    works    ol  Shakespeare   than   from  those   of anj  other   .author,    ancient    or    modern���  Chambers' Journal.  a  moan:  the  sid,  "'-N'enrlv  us see what a stronger ilosc will do '������  He, glided to the furnace, and stirred  tne-co'iniioiiiid.  il�� run,,-.,. ���..���... ���'. .  .  Kinnlnh   MarrlnKc   Fetcn.  Marriage fetes In Finland, as in Norway, aro often prolonged for several  days, even among folk of humble rank.  One peculiarity, which inny'excite more  surprise than approval -among eligible  suitors .in our own country,'is that tlio  Finnish lover never himself "pops the  question" to the girl of his. choice. The  . momentous proposal is made through a  third person, called the "taiinan,"- to  whom-the happy couple give'a present  when his delicate mediation proves successful and ends in a wedding. Not uncommonly their gift toithc'talman takes  the unrpman'tic form of a shirt.  In like manner the clergyman who  presides oyer tlie; nuptial service receives a simple and inexpensive present, often a handkerchief and a pair of  warm hair gloves. A similar gift is bestowed upon the officiating priest at  funerals.   Upon these mournful  occa-  An  Experiment   With   Wfitcr.  Take a pound of water ,the temperature of which is SO degrees C. and mix  it with a pound of water, at zero, or  freezing point. The mixture will make  two pounds of water tbe temperature  of which is 40 degrees C.  Now take another pound of water at  SO degrees C. and mix with it a pound  of crushed Ice���that is, ice crystals���at  zero C, the same temperature as the  co'd water in the first mixture, and the  result is that we have two pounds of  water at freezing point  In both eases the weight of water af  zero C. introduced into the warm water  was the same, but before the Ice crystals could assume a liquid condition  they had to absorb a certain amount of  bent That heat was drawn from the  warm water mid consequently reduced  its temperature, but it did not raise the  temperature of the ice. It simplv acted  as energy jn enabling the ice to become  liquid and remained In that liquid in  the form of latent heat, to be given up  again ns soon as the water reassumed a  crystalline form. .   '  Tiventr Millions' Worth  ot Camera*.  Thirty years ago,V camera was a  rarity. The enthusiast who' possessed  one carried a mountain of traps afield  and smothered In a tent during his  todious manipulation of the wet plates.-  Last year, the United States alone  made 300,000' cameras; working with  the mere pressure of a bulb or button,  and the photographic business reached  the respectable commercial total of  $20,000,000." \  Such figures, too, do not even hint ar  the true extension of this'use of The  sun's aid in obtaining" exact copies of  anything the eye can see. If one were  to tell an ordinary business man that  photography has a more pervading Influence on Ids dally life than any other  one discovery of which we have an authentic record ho would probably be  highly incredulous, yet it is an lndls-'  putable fact���World's Work.    '  make a tube of. clean paper and put ln  the slit iu the center of the-pie.' It will  prevent the juice from.bolling'over, and   Dn)g Cdinpany.-iJ-i King. Street West, ������  the.'ples wiXbe lilce-anu'inolsc   '-.  ':   -\i,??r��,rl��0';  '    ������..  ."  ,   ,   ,  A, French -cookbook^'dednres- that-; ''"*'"'""  freshly'-killed meat is better ? for} nia'k-  Jiig bpu.!iIou,fttfc it-has kept a 11.'its juices  and , iiuvor. - Tieces. 'like?lowland , top  round: the neck, the'shlriijind til&shotiU-  der.nre^uieyrand' appropriate for'this  famous'.soup.  v  T,[ ���, l':'~'-^'j   _   ...  c After '.eultin^ oranges' ;iri!.two;ports*  place'a h?iuou'reamer pves-^a glasjj turn-/  bier and iwithl, ttflslbxtriicr ftic'fjulce.l  This'serve in "glass rpunolr cups/beside  the plate for a breakfast? course, "'iris'  more' ' euJoyable^tliaV^the ' ordinary  method oheatingjaranges?,.  j    1    . - ^  The German government" has become  actively interested -in reviving the" empire's shipbuilding trade.-beicause of the  great need of seamen.     ,   <���   ~    ���',   <���<   .-'���  . Tie* Ontario *isa commission 1.-5 in'  Ottawa preparing' an ' Interim,  rejiorf I  for.tho dc!pnruneiit"of flsh��rqi5.   -  ;,''.. ,   '.,    iiI^_U ��__.t_   a   ,      '!  jViinard's Liniment, for sale everywhere'^  The Yucatan! Power ^Company, rspti- ;  aUzedlat-n',000,000- with hn.iilquanm ;  at 'Montreal,, has" been Inc-orpr.ir.ttod  V'"-'dl-Rather^-be. Dead  tWdn ,sWi -aqaln.''  tho tortures,of hifiomnia.  paljiit I'lin and  duced'by ���'Slmple-nf.fflFct of a mile tndt- "  tKostion.v ^ These     are -the   fo'-c-ful  nnd".  warning  words  *>f :u la'.lj-Pwhn'proclaims,"-  that her cure- by  South AmericanL.Vn-  Jnq when overj-thlng c-lse had f.-nlM ��,is  a.modern   miracle,      A   few  Jmi-t (jiuj  relief.���92 ,  ,A" RequisIleVfor* the 'Rancher.���On  the cattle ranges of the,West, where  men-and stock are ..'far, from doctors  and apothecaries, Dr. Thomas" Eclectric Oil is kept on hand by,the intelligent as a ready-made medicine not  only for many human ills, but as a  horse and cattle medicine, of, surpassing "merit. A horse 'and cattle  rancher ,. will find matters grentlv  "simplified  by using  this   oil.  The United States will'make no concessions to Turkey in the tariff dispute  until the American deinands regarding  schools have been settled;" "   *  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban   Itch  on   Human   or  animals cured  -Michael Petite; sixteen .wars olil,  was sentenced ut New York.in thrw  years', imprisonment for st-allns a  penny from.a. little girl.    ,    ,  Canadian  Northern Changes in Time  ' .   > "   Table.  MAIN UXEf WEST. With Hi? '  change of .time tables on Aiml 1st  tlie Canadian Northern now' (i|,.-i.ite  their Express Passenger train wuo  botweoa Winnipeg and Edrr.mlon  west bound leaving Winnipeg :il *��� M  o'clock daily except Sunikij, aim'a?  a(i. Edmonton 22:15 o'clock dailv ev  cept Mondaji east bound, loauim IM  monton 19.15 ' .o'clock daily except  -Friday, arriving at Winnipeg l:'-2ii  o'clock dally except Sunday. Tbe  Edmonton Express is operated both  directions by way of OlarMnm'  .Through "first' class sleepers are e.ir-  rlcd   in   each   direction  between   Hil-  The Comity Watchdocr.  Mart Person is regarded as a safe  watchdog of the treasury in Washington county, Kan., on-account of an incident which happened  while ho (was  road overseer.  lie was working a road  thnt separates Washington and Republic counties.   Along came a wolf that  had been hunted nearly to death and  lay down on tho Washington side of the  line to die.   It was so utterly gone that  tho presence of man seemed to have no  effect on it. The force of men working  on  the  road  gathered   around  It.   It  paid no attention to them, and finally  Mr. rerson, seeing it was bound to die,  spurred It over across the road to tho  other side, saying, "There, you scoundrel.  If you are going to die, go over  into Republic county mid let them pay  the bounty."���Kansas City Journal.  in   30  minutes  by  Wolford's  Sanitary   monlon   and     Winnipeg    and    diners  Lotion. It never,fails-. At all druggists   serving meals a hi-carte are att.iclie'l.  ��� " , J The lino \'la Carberry bet wren Wlnni-  William Welch, said to be the oldest-' ���'���'�� and Dnimlitn is served by tialn  surviving member'of the Union army. 1 oavlng Winnipeg S:00 o'clock .Mon-  in the Civil War, .recently celebrated (la>'. Wednesday "nnd Friilav, an 11 ms;  the lOtiih anniversary of his birth. .  , ���   ������  A.SPRING TONIC.  Weak,, Tired   and   Depressed   People  Need a Tonic at This Season to  Put the   Blood  Right.  Wonderfnl   FI<J<lIen.  One of the greatest, fiddles that ever  were known xvas to be seen at the  French court at the time of Charles IX.  This was' a vjol so large that several'  boys could be placed inside of it  These boys used to sit inside this queer  instrument atid. sing-the airs that this  man who handled the bow, was playing  on the viol outside.    ~"  Somewhere  El��e  Next  Time,  Justice Pickering of Springfield does  not believe In cl>eap labor.   The other  day he married a couple and indignantly spurned  a tender of $1.25 ..for his  services.   "I never paid any more than  that for getting  married,"  remarked  the bridegroom.    "But I am hot dealing In cut rate marriage services/? replied tho justice.   Then the bridegroom  offered to, make it $1.50.    Tbe justice  remained adamant.    Tie said his rate  was $2 and the bridegroom must produce.    "Ain't I worth $2?" asked the  bride.    "I suppose, you are," said the  vi. ooeij  (To   be  Continued.)  die," its itPwas called. Many fears aft-  eranother huge instrument of tliis kind  was used at concerts in ��� Boston, it  was so large that to play it the fiddler  had to stand on a table to use his bow  , , at the proper point on the strings.  This  \^<mthe^otth,^^JS^.\^7^^  Called   "^ Sraadfa'  The effect is said  to have been very beautiful, though it I,bridegroom, and with a heavy sigh ho  would seem as if the presence of the        "  ---'-���'"-���  lads in its Interior would seriously interfere with the tone of the "great fid  Spring blood  is  bad  blood.    Indoor  lire during the    winter   months is responsible for   xyeak,    watery,   impure  blood. You need a tonic to build up tho  I blood in the spring just as much as a  tree needs new sap Co give it vitality  for the summer. In the spring tho bad  blood shows itself in many ways.    In  some it breeds pimptes and eruptions.  In others it may be through occasional  headaches, a variable appetite, perhaps  twinges of neuralgia,, or rheumatism,  or a lazy feeling in^ the morning and  a desire to avoid exertion.    For these  spring afnnents it is a tonic j-ou need,  and the greatest blood-making, health-  giving tonic in    all the    world   is Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills.     Every   dose  helps to make new, rich, red,    health-  giving   blood,    which    reaches   every  nerve and "every   organ in the   body,  bringing health, strength  and energy  to weak, despondent, ailing men  arid  women.   Here   is proof.   Mrs. - Chasr  Blackburn.    Aylesford    Station,    N.S.,  says:  "For the past' ten- years"Dr;Williams'. Pink. Pills-Is' the only-medicine  I have taken when.I found. I needed a  medicine.    Last spring I  was   feeling  poorly., was weak, easily, tired and depressed.   I got' three boxes and  they  made,   me   feel , like a    new "-person:  These pills   are the best   medicine   I  know of when tho blood is out of Older."'      ���.���,...  Thousands of   people    not   actuallv  Datiphin 17:10 o'clock, - o:>stl>oiuiil  leaving Dauphin 2::;n o'clock. Titos-  day.,,Thursday and Satui'i.'tv, .inning Winnipeg   12 20, o'clock.  OAK POINT SECTION. The service between Winnipeg nnd O.il.  Point    is    increased   to a   triwiel��b.  leaving Winnipeg S:l."�� o'clock .Mmi  day, Wednesday and Friday. ainuMir  Oak Point 1^:30 o'clock,' reniue-na  same days, leaving Oak Point 11 f"1  o'clock arriving Winnipeg Is ''  o'clock.  R08SI3URX   SECTION".       Tlmmsl'  connections  are   made  in both 'i"''0'  tions between nossburn   and    V/lmi'-  Peg     as       follows:    -���Will       1' '"<'  Winnipeg S:00  o'clock iMoml.iv,  W''1'  nesdav    and    Fridav,    firmiir,' K"'-'-  hum 22:00    o'clock;    oasMiound l"i-  ing   Kossbuni   2;!: 20  o'clock   Mi>u ki^.  Wednesday an-]  Fridav. airiwi:: ��i|!  "Ipog 12:20   Tuesriav,   Tliuisdi.  .ml  Saturday.  Wl.VNiPROOSrs SECTION' l-'M^''  r'auphiii' 19:00 o'clock 'I tic-In .i"'1  Thursday, arrive Winnipeg)'.:-- -1 :''  O'clock. Return leavine, U'lnmiH'-'-  osis 2.00 o'clock Wednesday und I'"  flny.arriying Dauphin -1:30.  , ������  SWAN   RHrER, ,SECTIOX.       ..��iv''  'Dauphin  10:00 o'clock .Motnl.-iv.  \Vw\--\  nesdny arid'.Friday,-'   arriving    Swan"  River:���'Si:30''.'.'o'clock,     leave-   Swim-  paid-full fare, but'warned tho justice l.'sjck-'need a tonic in the spring, arid'to  tliat he would never come to him again j *}" t"ose a box of Dr. Williams' Pink  to   get   married���Jefferson   City   DIo) !        s wi" ^ring now energy and new  Tribune  ���:-.���'���    "���". Evident..'/  Little Millie���Did you tell your mother you had a good time at my birthday  party?  Little Willie���I didn't have to. I waa  nick for two days. ��� Yonkers Statesman. .   .  strength-. Tp those who may be more  seriously ailing, xvho . are ���suffering  from any pf tho ailments due to bad  blood���a fai r ;treatmen t wi th these  pills will bring new health and vitality  You can get these pills from any med-  l���}}?, dealer or by mail from tho Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., . Brockville,  f     s?aKfl5�� cents'.a "oxer.six boxes for  'River-.33 30'., Mondav jind AVedn-sdny.  arriving Melfort 15:15 Tuesday n"11  Thursday.,, ..East bound, leave Mel-  fort....7:0Q ..Wednesday and' Ft-Hay  arriving'. SwS'f THver'21:20. oVlnfk.  leave Swan Ittver, 23:00' o'clock Mo��-  .day, Wednesday .and 'Fri(Uiv.lai'''ivil"r .  Dauphin'. .1:00 -o'clock '."Tiicsdn.v.  Thursday and Saturday.,  ���u'Service on other branches remains  the same as. heretofore.' ���''������'���.  The .improved service thus ijla-'f'1 '  ��n'effect... between .Winnipeg and K'--  piontpn is proving of ' eormous ��'I-  yantngrJ;. t settlers .a.ndi. Janrlseek.''1*;  ��nd so far'all "trains have been . ��"<,l1  filled xvlth new arrivals from "(lu'r  'countries, all seeking a'home lu.tli"  great; aiid fertile Saskatchewan Val-  ley. ."���'���':..���.  W.    N    U    No.    5S0  *.;'\-\'ft' THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  IS WESTERN   CANADIAN   EOiTOKSg  ���5  : ��.  A series of Articles Describing their Lives,' their Aims  and their Influence.  w  ,53 " -,   .  ALBERT  FENNEL."  Jrtrmr*nwww"wmi  DARK DAYS FOR  /'   JEWS OF" RUSSIA  ALBERT  FENNEL. ��-.'  ,    _ '  ' editor of the   Morrjs, Herald.   '.-.  li,���,,.in-ocill,Y    I'hUi'lWia^V' /.", "H'v  n,��    ,<lvtie.it.-a sit nil liuiWllw Moi-  .��.  Ii,.  ,1,1 has the tlir-UiieJirul oI-Ummb  ,.,'v-eilv      edited   '   i.e.v-spapoi- ^ as  ��..11 �� ��i.i-iiiB. i��owil.iy.��th�� yonii����Bt  .od't'n" i"  the  Cu..a}li..a .^Verryuj, the  Iiii.iii!i,"tiiar��.l1'lir.  ',''-���-'''',,   ''', ' .' * V*  1   1   7iii*n*o��l'uH one  oWh�� bort .wl-  ....tisii"  liiodiums.'i"   southorii  atam-  o! tlio-   . Morris ��'' H0rnldJ>, .in*  c,er the   -i.miiogi��6 cditOrtl.M* .oT^l-V  Alfie.-f Fennell, lias nofc< .misbecome a  ���Mobaldv", homo of that thoroughness'^  !l,nsiiieas method 'iuid iiidepemieiiec. oi  ���olit .<���..! thought that; Us a disMtictiVfc  i,���,t, ol   tlie  iuajontj-v of  thu-- British'  '"jTtlie year,A901, ,Mr.rFennbll;  at-,  tia-tid by the opportunities oftered to1  b'named  young , newspaperman,  ambition- and. energetic,''Came-to C-aaadu'  and'tfutermiuoiT upon  tho  province   ol  .Manitoba   as, thotfield, of- his .efforts.  Foi   about tlireojyoais,  .Mr.   l'eiiiicll  i-.is' constantly '.engaged  as u  inembei  ol the staffs of several, lending. V'CHteni  ta5��s|i.ipw& and  dui-iny 'that  tiine-;iq-  f(,uijf��l a'tJiorbugh .knowledge ofn.est-  fein political, socfal/and,? business,, con-  ! ditions. ,   ,"    ,';7  "..(,"'i",    "V~ V'-V  Last September, the (opportunity-fo]  'ituiiW.lim!  enterprise-   a situation: creT,  , nted larkely through  Itis own  cflorts,  iw.is given'.Ur. Iferinell-a.jd'ui.coujuiKi.;-  tion ��illi    Mr- J umes \'l looper    a'ndv n  ie.v resilient", of the" town, ot 31 orris,  i ho' obtained control* ,of Pi.tho.V-Alorr.i*  ! Herald. '  ." ",    ���   .   -*;���'      "   ~  Ileari/ing'. the    opportunities of    a  [bright and 'onterpriaiiie."newspaper..1 in  'tsoutheia    Manitoba, published in ".as-  favoiabloi'a   position'as , Morris, ,"Miv  ! i-'cmicll at once., saw--to it-'thab^ the  mechanical    necessities  of a  first-claw.  m-okly p.iper'jvoro adeguntolysupplied  unci that  the job-printing department  u.is  iiiinihhccl   with   the,best tof  type.  and tho latest niacliiriery. , ,  Tho ,Morrin- lloiald nlaintains ,--a  etiic-tly independent, course In, politics  nnd I-, iiStibng advocate's0t independent thought riind actions, nnd believes  th.it the tune is not fai1'distant when,  ninth ol the partisanship)' or , '-purty-  istn," in politics will; bo done uVuj  mill, and tluifc people will think ano  net iiccuiduig to their own individual  lOinlrtioiis. ^      '    .  The .MotrisiTeiakl' liel.<jves_.U>��t.iln='  (Impendent and Labor candidate's"' will  pln.\ a conspicuous 'part iu Canadian  polities ill the near futuie. "While IIil  Wcst limy be'rather full of newspaper  liicii, the Morns Herald is of'fcho-opinion thnt thero is always r6om at the  top of the ladder.    ���  A�� a leader wi iter Arr. Fennell has  gained considerable - reputation- ".and  piotm'iic'ir.v, his bcaUiing' nianiior oi  riitiuMn and originniity of expiession  btni(4 well known in the western newspaper world. ','-      > -���"   "���    "'  .Mr. L-'enuoli i.s'an ardent supporlei  and advocate ol  manly sports.  He^iiMiiied, in i<\(bru��i-v, 1905, Aliss  I; I). Kiay, daughter of" -Mr. XI. A.  l''i.i>,  ol  Ualifoiinn.,  Tiie Japanese govornnient has derided thnt boilers for warships made in  ���l.'ip.m outwear boilers made in France.  German   Publicist,   Who   Has  Travel-  i-    e'd   Through   Empire,    Fiercely  Arraigns' Government.  Berlin.--Startling    reports   of     the  'condition   and  future  of   Russia's   0,-  000, 00(1 Jews were made recently to  the   annual   meeting   of  the   Central  Jewish  relief, -l^cagqe, of    Germany,  by Dr..'Paul' 'Nathan, a  well  known  Berlin    publicist, who-has     returned  from' an   extensive   tiip through  Itus-  sfu   as   the   special   emissary  of   the  Jewish   'philanthropists -in   Wngla'irl,  .America  and    Germany,  to  for'the. disliibution ol ijie re  ,pf -$1,500,000 j-alsod    after    the  sacres  lant  autumn.  t Dr.,'. Nathan    pa'ints    a    horrifying  pictul-e  of the plight and ' piospects  of  his   co-religionists,  and    forecasts  at any ,hour   renewed  massacres exceeding in    extent    und    terror    all  which have gone before.    He lefi S}  Ifetersburg with   Hie  firm   conviction  that  the'Russian Government's studied policy i for the solution'of the Jew-  ibh, question   is   systematic  and  murderous fcxterniinarioiic   '  " Dr. Nathan   read   to  the meeting  a  circular addressed   lust   wnsk   in   the  giVrrisoii .at   O lessti^ calling upon  the  soldiers,.to ."arise: and crush the",trait  brs,.\vhoaare   plotting   to   ups-'t    the  holy government   of  the    Czar    and  j-ubstltuto   for. If,a.  Jewish   ouipire."  Dr. 'Npllmn   concluded   with  a pas-  siormte -appeal 'to' tbo^ JowJkIi  monj'y  powers  of  the,'world;'to   ari-eut  itiis,-  sia^s.powers'as a,borrower.    The fin-  iin'pierft of' the  wntld 'should   "Q-all 'a  hull  to' Russia',.mot 'only "lor liunianl-  tarlan reasona 'but for practical.rpas-  onsi.    Rusfilii's  baiikrnptcy   Is  an   established", fact. '        ,    ;  VJnTa>matIoin;, published   here  stale.s  tha't^'a"'renewed outbreak of'the Rus-  fllanvrevoluLlon" WMmralnont. -        ' V  '��   The  Central- Revolutionary  Executive Go^iinlttee arei- distributing, great  quantities ,"oC.L&rms .and  ammunition,  'particularly bom.id.   'On this occasion  the^rev'oluUbn'iBtSi' will not    fight In  ��ia'ssesi,,'b'ul'"in sriiall  flying coluninp,  which- will   .employ ' -the    bombs- as  'th<Sir principal    instruments    o��u destruction.     ,         ,., ,,',,. , ."' '  -V.One of the ,most'^ remakable features, of, tho ^movement is the-   enormous   quantities1 <-of - ' small    bombs  available 'for use.    The scheme is" tc  destroy the permanent way ' of rail-  waya" and cut' -telegraph '* wires sim-  ukanoously' in   many -different  parts  tlirbughout-'tlie^ country.    The    prosperous  quarters   of-many  towns'' are  to'be .set oh'Tire at'a given moment  ��� " A   '. ".'   ��      TT-TT ' *-'���'  " Sudden '. Deaths' -.on' .the .Increase.���  People /apparently - well arid happy today, to-rtiorrow "are KtrJck��n down, and  In idetv-nine canes but,of every,hundred  tho-heart "in the ��� cause. ��� ���The,. kjng ot  heart remedies. Dr. Agr.cw's Cure for the  Heart,- Is..wlthln the reach,of nil. "It'relieves in 30 minuteH, ', and ,'cures most  ebroide-cases.���91    ' *���    -c '  -  -.     ,,.r    : 1J   *-'   Twelve, Million  CandlerPoweK l  Ilondon.���^A,' seirchllght, ,- invented  by .���JE.Cue.nod/' Is 'now being tested by.  theVchfef,Jofficers' of the' Frencjy-and  aorman armies'., "The 'experiments  .ia: conjunctionl.with a '2-1 horse-power  motor, arc said;' to .have provided a  light '.of -,��1.000,000;,;; caoidle-powe!-,' ren-,  derlng objects 'six and onc:haIf ,aules  ili-stant- distinctly -visible. 'It Ms.- an-  ticlpateu'-   that -the } new' -, trials,, for  will ;ber used,-'will ���,giv6_ a , lfe;000,Q00  cftndle-power light.- , "<���  ������-' >'.   ��� ">( ���  ^  li(S  Your Doctor?"  Have you Learned to Otire Biliousness, Indigestion and Constipation with  CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS?  A medicine, like a physician, is selected beciufce of the actual results it  it, known to biing about.    Most people  .ire slow in choosing-either physician  ���..,..    ,    0!" nie'licine until they knowiof cases  .ii��f i-n^i   in wll,<:li ll'ey have jiroven successful,  .pet luiKi ,   ln    ea]|,UK    yollr   attention    to Dr,  .ne    mas-  phase's  Kidney-Liver Pills  it is only  necessary, lo point to their success in  the past,-for they are known in nearly  eieiy homo.        ' Al  By means of their'direct and specific "action on the liver���causing a  healthful'flow of bile���they regulate  an] enliven'the action of the,bowels  and ensure good digeslion'in the .intestines. At the same time they stimulate the kidneys' In their work'of 111-  tciing poisons from the blood.  This cleansing process set in action  by Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  means'a thorough cure of biliousness,  intestinal, indigestion, toipid liver,  vidnpy derangements and constipation.  'It    means    a restoration'of health,  been pain, weakness and suffering. It  means a removal of conditions which  lead   to   backache,   rheumatism, lum  bago,  Bright's    disease,    app^uulcitld  and' diabetes.   ��� '  Mr. G. Martin, Fletewode, Sask.,  writes.���"I desire to bear witness to  thec indisputable efficacy of Dr. Chase's  remedies. I have not written, sooner  because I wished'to be convinced that  the., use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills would accomplish Ihe desired result's. . In each case in which w*- have  had occasion fo use them in our family they have not only brought 'prompt  relief, but have also effr-cto'l a lasting  cure. As I desire always lo hai-te Dr.'  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills "in the  house' in case' of, sickness, I am enclosing one dollar for five boxes."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dos������, 25 cents a box. at 'all dealers, or Edmonson,'Bates & Co., Toronto.' The .portrait - and signature of  Dr. A. "W.  Chase, the, famous receipt  (Klrength and'comfort where there has,' book  aulhpr; are on. every  box.   0  Turicey is not taking serious notice  'T liulu.ii-ia's request that the Sultan  l.n'i, in., border tioops in order.    ,  Mmo. Schwonlor-Traschlcr has been  fleeted a professor at the University  of Borne.  The Standard Oil Company has opened negotiations for tho purchase of  zinc mines in Illinois.  The wave of reform In Chicago dis-  Mi.uli'd a policeman from continuing  ��>u the force.  To succeed these days you  must have plenty of grit,.cour-  aee,' strength. How is it with  ihe children?. Are they thin,  pale,delicate?;;Do not forget  Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You  know it makes the blood pure  and rjch, and builds up the  general- health in every way.o  Tho children cannot porsIMt have cowl  neMtli \m\e*n tho howols are In proper con'ill-  i. ,'-, ���*.��l��BBl��h ���li-for t,Te�� a coated tonRne",  )'M liraath, connllpatod^ boweU. Correct all  ";!;?,���� "J KlvliiB amall laiatlve tlosai of Ayer'i  All  veKctaljle, auEarcoatcd. ..  Mado by J. o. Ayer Co.. towell. Half, i  Alao manufaiiturera cf  HAIR VKIOR. '  AGUE CUBE.  CHERRY PECTORAL.  '(VUnard's'"' Liniment 'Cures .Burns,- etc.  ; The immense cattle ranch oft.-33.00i)  acres in California has'been purchased  for' $1,000,000, \ ���   _    .''.'!��  e Safety For Children. ���      '  -Baby's Own Tablets 'is'tlie only medicine that gives the mother' the guarantee of a government analyst- that it  contains no p6isonous opiate and is absolutely safe. This is worth much to  cverv mother.who cares for the future  welfare of her child. 1'ho Tablets are  good for the tenderest baby or for the  ��� well -grown hoy or girl and cure the  minor troubles, that are inseparable  from childhood'. Mrs. "W. .1.'Macintosh.  Clam Harbor, N.S., says "I have used  Bnby's Own Tablets for constipation,  vomiting and colds .and have found  thorn a splendid medicine." I give the  Tablets all the' credit for the "splendid  health my little one now enjoys." The  wise nioliiei-'will always keep a box ot  the.se Tablets on hand. . They can be  got from any druggist of by mail from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  vlllo, Out.", at 25 cents,a box.  1   " Heavy   British   Helmets.  Lonr(oa.���According to' a German  military Journal, tho British soldier  wears a helmet which weighs ncarly  iy, pounds. The helmet of the  Prussian infantryman weighs only a  trillo over 14 ounces, while the Italian is still ��� better off .with^ a kepi,  which turns' tho scale at between 11  aud  12  ounces.  ANOTHER NEW      "-'  WESTERN INDUSTRY  A'4,000  Barrel   Flour  Mill  Just Com-  - '" pleted   at St.'Boniface, ' , ,   ,  '   ', Winnipeg. '  <     '  / The Western Canada;.Flour 'Mills  Co., ,Ltd.,' aro justly proud of their;  magnificent plant , now ^-apldly approaching 'completion.' 'The ^initial  capacity will bei4,00,0 bbls., and also  provision lias been made.'foi; increasing to a large,-extent as their business expands. The mill and warehouse .are, of ���'brick .and concrete  while all interior .work is of approved  'Chinese ' Opinion of America.  0 The Chinaman,, unlike the European, regardd" America as only temporarily his''home, preserves Ids national customs; and'peculiarities, and  finally returns', 'carrying his savings  with him. lie^is.'not attracted -by  our institutions0 and brings with him  no,love of American ideals. To him  the United States is 'a field to-be1 exploited,..but nothing more. The European caSts in his lot 'with u's,( mingles with, tbe population, and,in'a few  generations, his identity isf lost in  our,-composite race. He has* neither  peculiarities", of. thought nor of dress  to, distinguish him4from those among  he'labors, and his children are'soon  an indistinguishable part of the community.,   'Not so -with   the   Chinese.  MINERAL    WEALTH    OF    NORTH.  Copper   Cl-opoed    Out   of   the   Rocks  in   Large   Chunks  by   Eskimos.  in ,vicw- of Ontario's claim, to u  larga tract ot land lying along the  shores ot the Hudson's, Bay, and trie  possibility that the Temiscaming railway may be extended Into tlie territory, information on the resources  of that vast northern country is of  unusual interest. The latest news is  that, brought by "William JSet-ch, ol  Winnipeg, a prospector, who has just  returned from an exploration trip of  se-veral months' duration. Samples  of copper,'mica, plumbago, and'iron  he, lias brought back, and leports  having seen ��� pat tides of polcl in the  possession of a Hudson's Hay Company factor. Copper,' 'he says,'  abounds in , tlie" vicinity of Chesterfield's Inle't, and is chopped out of  the iock-s in large chunks by tlie Ks  kimos and explorers. The natives  hammer it into pipes., trinkets' and  dishes, or use it to patch fifuris,'  ' The plumbago deposits in the  neighborhood , of "'Fort- Churchill he  declares to be very valuable, and a  Winnipeg newspaper pronounces riis  samples pf very ,fine grade. Mica is  also very'common,'both > white and  brown. Near Churchill also he found  samples of Iron oro, bpt tho'vafue of  the deposit is not yet known. One  Important1 point is that Ihe ore is on  the .shores of the bay; and could bo  loaded on vessels direct from Hie  minos' Mr~ Beech says that several  prospectors ,are. at work in, the "district, among them .1. W: Tyrol 1. latf  of t'ie Geological. Survoy, and Lieut."  Col. Tunibull, but to, .Beech belong1-  the dl.stincf'ion of staking' the  first. mining claim on 'Hudson Hay  and registering it with the Dominion,.  Government. ,  , *"  .ADULTERATION OR COLORING MATTER  IMPURITIES OF ANY KIND IN.  DEAI-N&.SS UANNOT BE CURED.  by local iiiiplleatlons. us they cannot  reach the disi'11-.od poitlon of thv ear.  There la only oiif way t,> cuic dt,nfn��'ss.  and thnt is Ijv eon^tlluilonnl iviiiodles.  D<>afno.s<> Im causod bv nn Inllnmed condition of the niiiemis llnlnir of 'ho Rust-  achlnn Tube. When this tube Is mutinied  Inll.nnn-.iitloti' en.ii bo Ink.-n out and tnla  hrnilnK. ami vlu-n it u* t-nlliflv closou,  Di'Hfni'WJ Is tho tvsult, and unless tho  Inflammation can bo t.tl.on our arid this  tube u-Ktoiod to Its normal condition,  liolu-inR will be deetrovod forovor: nine  cusps Out of ten are onu��i'd bv Catiinh,  which l�� nothing but nn intlainci] condition of tho mucous Miir.H-e'..  We will Rlvo One Ilunuiod Dollars tor  run cas-o of Donfn,>s-<(ciuiH<',I bv Cuanh)  that cannot lie cured bv rr.ilfs Cat tin h  Cure.     Send   foi    clrou'ors   flee.  r J  CTIKN'RT  *  CO, Toledo,  O.  Sold   bv   Pii!fir,-Nf    "������"�������� .,     ,,  Talto Hall's l-'amlly 1*111" for_ constipation  Conger eels hunt for the octopus and,  when found, proceed ,to browse on its  limbs. The octopus tries to hug the  Blippcry, slimy conger tight, but In  vain, and, finding its limbs growing  less, discharges its ink in tho face of  the fdc and under cover of the turbid  water beats a hasty rclreat. It Is to  escape tho too pressing attention of Its  foes that the octopus .possesses the  power of'changing its color to correspond with that of its suri-ouiidiuga  ���������ir......'..   r~~- ���  A VnhlMliinpr Type. ...        ,      ,.  It is melancholy to think "that, with  'all its shortcomings, the days of the  bus" arc mini bored. ' What motorman,  ��� with his haggard motor face, will ever  take tlie place of that great artist in  horses', who,;, tucked aloft on his little  .throne, with a flower in his buttonhole,  his whip Waving, his hat on one side,  his improving conversation, threads his  dangerous way through the traffle a���  yet with an alert eye on the-sideshows  of life? Tlie easy way with whicn he  skirts "destruction without being de-  stroyed Is' tbe greatest thing of. its  kiud'.���Fortnightly Review.  mill construction of the", latest \'lesign  and' this' fact" coupled ,with a' high  class'fire protection, service, not1 excelled in 'America, will give tho 'company the,-benefit of .the*-lowest possible insurance.4 *.-The .storage elevator is of cement tank construction  and together ^vith the working house  will have a capacity of 500,000 bushels which is likely to be .doubled at  at an'early date.. The working liouse  is, equipped with everything possible  to make it the most complete and up-  to-date milling '.elevator .in the country. Power for" the entire sj-stem  will be obtained froin the Lac du  Honnett Power Co. The working  liouse being in operation for the past  month while the company expect "to  have the entire plant running at an  early date.  Riant Premiums of Western Horticultural-Society.  Following its practice of former  years, the Western Horticultural  Society is this spring again offering  its members.the choice or a number  of rree plant premiums. These premiums ' are'-splccted with ai view lo  introducing to the members of the  Society a choice of plants that have  been sufficiently tried to give an assurance of their hardiness and desirability, but that have not yet been  Introduced as. widely as their merits  warrant. The plants will be sent out  willi   all   charges   prepaid.       ^  Kach member is entitled to one  choice or the following plant parcels;  (a.) Three seedling apple trees.  Those are one-year-old seedlings of  the standard varieties grown from  seed laised in the northwest.1  (bl One plant rudbeckia (golden  glow). This'is a very hardy perennial that bears bright yellow 'astor-  liko flowers.  (c) One plant upright honeysuckle.  Tho upright honeysuckle is one of  the most beautiful of the shrubs that  will  thrive  in tho Northwest.  (d) Twelve   plants   stnawberries.  (e) One plant Virginia 'creeper.  The Virginia creeper is the most de-  airabie climber   for   this   country.  (f) Six  plants  raspberries.  (g) Two plants gypsophlla panfeu-  lata (baby's breath.). Hardy perennial with tinv white flowers borne in  Abundance on long graceful stems.  (h) Six cuttings each of Russian  laurel and French laurel willow. Both  beautiful willows, either for hedges  or as single trees.  Any person may lake advantage of  this distribution by sending the rog-  iihii membership fee ($1.00- per year)  to the secietary-iieasurcr, Geo. Batho.  Bo.\  1:110. Winnipeg^   Minard's     Liniment    Cures    Dandruff  A1 magnificent    statue    or Li    Hung  Jhang has been unveiled at Shanghai.  .They'.are not only distinguished by  their dreSs.j. Jan&uage,'. and'' habits,  but- they\ remain .entirely separate  and apart from-'those "'among' whom  they "dwell:r 'This difference*" is "due  'uot only io'the wide 'dissimilarity in  history, tradition and habit,- but also  to, "the lack of any permanent,or patriotic interest in .the land'in ^ which  they .sojourn. . .      " ��� -  ft would i require generations to  bring our people down to a plane  upon which they could compete with  the "Chinese, and-tin's would involve  a large impairment of the efficiency  of their "work. It is not just to the  laboring men of, the United States  that they should be compelled to labor upon the basis ot Chinese coolie  labor or stand idle and allow then-  places to be filled ��� by an alien  race, with no' thought' of permanent  Identification with our country. , The  American not only produces - the  wealth of our nation in time of peace  but' he is also ifs sure defender in  time of war���who will say tlfat his  welfare and the welfare of his family shall be ,subordinated to the interests of those who abide with us  for but a time, who, while with us,  aro exempt from draft or military  burden, "and who, on their return,  drain our counfry of its currency?  A foreign landlord system is almost  universally recognized as a curse to  a nation, because tho rent money is  sent out ' of the country. Chinese  immigration on a" large scale would  give us all tho evil effects of foreign  landlordism in addition to its other  objectionable .'features. ���' William  Jennings Bryan , in "Success "Magazine." ~ , ���      <���   '���'  1 War   Balloons.,  Berlin.���The Kaiser has turned his  attention to aerial navigation;' with  special reference to war.  His -"Majesty has been spurred to  .this effort by the announcement that  the French Government has adopted  a navigable airship, invented by 1M  .luillot. i\ French engineer, for use in  war by the French army. The Emperor feels strongly that Germany  ought .not to lag behind in Mils respect, and probably owing To the  (Ufllo'illv he might experience in persuading the Reichstag to vote sufficient, runds for the purpose, ho decided to obtain money by private  subscriptions.  He therefore nrii'iealod lo the patriotism ol" four .lewibh millionaires  who aro prominent in the commercial life of Berlin, and between them  they ���'"have subscribed-. ��50,000 to  form a companv fo carry out the ex-  neiiments nocos-s.irv to ascertain  which >type of .airship, is most suitable  Cov military purposes.  The* Oldest Woman. ,  In a .refuge for the aged in Madrid  there is, now a 'woman'who, has; claims  tovbeing tho oldest of her Sex iti the  world. She is an Andalusian and was  lipirn -in Granada in lTSl... She has  lived hi'fl.adrid for 1.03 years, and .has  been the mother of twenty-one children, all of whom are dead, though  most of them lived to a fairly old age.  There is nothing emaciated or cadaverous about the old woman. The  skim has a healthy appearance," there  is color in the cliceks, and her eye is  still clear "and bright. The surgeon  in charge of the ��� home thinks she  may still live a considerable time.  ���New York Tribune.  - 'r ��� Both Got Annuity.  , A��Scottisli life officer sold, ah annuity to irr.,Patrick Aialoney/jand paid',  and paid until they reckoned, his'age  about 100, when,they sent an inspector (to TJpperary"-to interview tho an;  nuitant, and > to make sure'they were  paying the,annuity to the, proper  person/.The emissary", called at, the  cottage and .asked if Mr: Pat Malbney  was in.'. No) he,, was ,, in r the-, field  plowing.' ' 'A", centenarian /working  plowman seemed rather an ano'inalyl  The insurance' man found- tlie field,  and a' man "about CO.at.work. "Are  you Mr. Patrick .Maloney?" , "Yes,'''  he said, "I am." "Are you the Mr.  Moloney who,draws the annuity from  the ������=���- ��� Insurance Company,?"  '"Yis., bedad, ��� and mi father before  me."       j    ,    ,'t        ... ,  Some''persons ,ar,e more susceptible to colds than" others, contracting  derangements ?of the. pulmonary organs'from the slightest causes.,'these  should,always have at.hand a bottle  ot Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup,  the present day "sovereign remedy  for coughs,.catarrh and inflammation  ,of the,��lungs;" It will effect a cure no  matter how 'severe,' the.coldl'may be.  You -cannot a'fford .Jo be- without a  remedy.'like "Bickle's,- for it is the  be'st. -   , ���   ���       .  CEYLON NATURAL. GREEN TEA  Put up  in sealed lead packets   to   preserve  its many excellent qualities.  40c, 50c   and  60c per ib. '        ' At All Grocers.  Highest Award  at St. Louis 1904.  ��y rup  Imperial    Mapl  ��� Always    Satisfactory  . i , ' .  Ask your dealer for Imperial Maple Syrup.   Do not allow him to substitute  ��� i'v       .   an inferior article booause it Is ohda'por.  Woman's  Health  Every woman may rbe attractive. Bright; eyes, pink checks.,  and red lips are her 'nature-  ,given right.. A sallcky skin;-lack  of, animation, low ,-spirits, and  1-vvcak nerves may be avoided by  the use of' Beecham's Pills,,,a  remedy that well deserves the  confidence _ of every woman.  Again and again they have  proved'to be invaluable at those  recurring 'times when so many  women-feel debilitated and'suffer from nervousness, headache  ' and depression.' It,'isY\vondcrful  the way these pill?,assist Naturet'  and relieve the suffering.  ' Every woman who values  'health and1 good looks should  become^'a user of V    ���  Eighty Years Old���Catarrh Fifty Years  Dr. Asiiew's Catanhal , '.-awiitr ,.utcs  him. Want any stronger evidence of the  power of this ' v,-onderful ��� remedv- over  this universal disease? .Want the'truth  of the case confiiin<'U?_ Write George  Lfjwis. Shamokin, - jf.ii lie says: ���"I  look upon my' cure as a miracle.1; It relieves in  ten l minutes.-���89��� ~ - .    V? ���  Woman Cave'Dweller,  .Sydney.���A ..woman ha's beeiirfourid"  living .in a'\ cave" 'on the seashore near'-"South ^ ��� Freemantle, Australia. -Wheri'.discovered-she declared "that she was unable to. find em-,  ployment and had been living there  for five' weeks.      , ' r-  1 Eugene Carriere, one of the most  modern and most unique French painters died at Paris of cancer,, of the  throat. ' . '  1 The-United States 'cruisers Chattanooga and. Galveston are proceeding  from Port Said, Egypt,x to Colombo.  Ceylon. , , <-'  Berlin despatches deny that Chancellor Von .Buelow of Germany, has lost  the,confidence of the emperor.  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  "Bay  of  Islands.   J.M.CAMPBEL-L.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Springliill, 'N. S.    WI,!. DANIELS-  I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT. ������    '  Albert Co., N.B. ; 'GEO. TiNGLEV.  At Lausanne University Mile. Batti-  car has received J her diploma as'consulting engineer.  The Victoria Falls, in Africa, can  now be reached by a modern train do  luxe.  HIS WIFE'S LUNGS  BOTH AFFECTED  But the Great Consumptive Preverv  tative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  "Our doctor said there was no cure for  my wife as both her lungs were affected,"  says Mr. L. H. Walter, of Pearl Street,  Brockville, Ont. " It was a sad disappointment to us both, just starting out in  life, only married a short time. But before  ihe had Snished the first bottle of Psycuine  the pain in her lungs quickly went away,  and after taking six bottles Mrs. Walter  was a new creature and perfectly well  again." ,  That is just one of the many families  iritb which Psychine has brought hope,  health and happiness. It is a living proot  that Psychine cures Consumption. But  don't wait for Consumption. . Cure your  LaGrippe., your Cough, your Bronchitis,  your, Catarrh, or your Pneumonia with the  remedy that never fails���  ' Prepared only by 'Thomas Beecham,  'St. Helerls, Lancashire,'England. ,     - -  Sold Everywhere in''Canada and U. Sj,  -  ,     America'.     In  boxes 25 cents.  The Origin of the Garter,  c Somebody' has , been trying to dis  Ui-ove the oil htory about the origin  of. the British Order, ot the Garter'.  The legend has it that Edward 111. of  England -picked up the garter of the  Countess ,o'f Salisbury, and handed'it  to'her- with' the "lainous words:'���  "Honi soit qui nial y pense,", the motto of the "order. 'Theie has been .re-"  sontiy ldund in' the 'Oiibliorheque  Rationale, in "Paris a written account  made' .by ' command ' of Henry VIII.  when ho bestowed the- order on  Francis I. of Trance. This" story is  that: Richard .'Couer de Leon, while  in, the -, HOly land, 'fastened leather  ,thougs around''the knees,Of his allies  or followers .who' had/distinguished,  themslves _ by gallantry. -The.stoiy  does not lit the motto of the order,  which is a tribute.,to the 'character of  the fair fourteenth' century countess,  of whom and Edward, alas, the  French chroniclers tell  their tales.  For Inflammation of ��� the Eyes.���  Among the many good qualities  which Parmelee's , Vegetable Pills  possess,, besides regulating the digestive organs is their efficacy" In reducing inflammation'or the eyes. It  has called forth many letters of recommendation from tnose'who weie  afflicted with this complaint' and  lotmd a cure ' in the piRs. They  affectl the. nerve centres and the  blood in a surprisingly active way,  and the result is almost -immediately  seen.  Advices from Switzerland say  Maxim Gorky is leaving there  America..  that  lor  Rheumatism���What's the Cause? ���  Where's the Cure?���The active li-ntat-  ins: cause of this most -painful of diseases Is poisonous uric acid In tho blood.  South Amu-loan Rheumatic Cuie neutralizes, the acid poison. llelieves In six  liouis and euros >n one to three days.���90  The operating      expenses'or   Por(u  gal's railways are only -IS per cent, of  the receipts.  They Drive .Pimples Away.���A face  cover.od with pimples is , unsightly.  It tells of internal irregularities  which should -long since have been  corrected. Tho liver and tho' kid-  news are not performing their function? in tho healthy way they should,  and these pimples aro to let you  know that the blood .prorests.-'-P.ir-  meloe's Vegetable- Pills will drive  them all awav. and will leave the  sltiri clear an 1 clean. Try liK-m.  and thefe* will be another witness to  their   excellence.  A. 55 OOu.DOO throe per cent state  bond issue has boon authorized at Copenhagen.  Minard's Liniment  Relieves Neuralgia  The inteiior department has Issued  a now edition of the homestead  map  of Manitoba,     Saskatchewan, and  berta.  Al-  Sunlight Soap is better than other  soaps, but is best when used in tlie  lunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap  nd follow directions.  Tho I.>mun 17. Moise Advertising  agency , ot New Yoik. one of the oldest establishments of its kind in  America, has found it expedient owing  to growth of business to adapt its  name to its enlarged sphere of operation,' by changing, its business style to  the.'.''Morse, international. Agency, . 3$  Park,Row, New York. Owing to the  necessity, for larger offices, the corporation will move its; offices-on May  1. to the Revillon building, -.19 ��� West  31th street. New- York.  '  Three hundred'���and.'fifteen mU-?s of  the 'Manila-Shanghai cable have al-  r'eatlv been laid.  (Pronounced Sikten)  60c. Per Bottle  Jean  Baptis.e Millet, the arttet. brother of Jean Francois Millet, the fam-  ' ous'painter, died in Paris.  . -��� ���,, .,������,.,. i Japanese papers are praising Jacob  !Tr?^ ^ uirffi'H. Schiff for his service's in raising  DB...T. A. 8L0CUM. Limited. Toronto.  Jfipaneso loans ln America.  'J               '  , k' ��� ��� -i  . '-frVj  i    '-���p-^Y  ��� '        <��( I  . .      '   r .ii. rit" 11  c -   ' FOR- ,       ' '       ��  ftver a' Quarter of a Century  'we have successfully treated nervou�� '-'  diseases caused by, Drink and 'Drug*.'  ,  500,000'' cures   is   our   record. <������ <W�� .'������  speak    truly   and  say that failure to  obtain   a   cure   by   the   Keeley 'Tre��t- .  ment la 'a. failure of the man and,no*,,  our. methods.    Send  for facts.        \  Address ln confidence        ,   ���'  THE KEELEY CURE  -   133  Osborne  St.,'Winnipeg.  "'  , .'; *i";."'i|  - -, I. -'.' ='  ''   ' Uike.   TlHis  "*    FOR       ^    THZTRADE OF THE QR EAT WEST  I  Attiohod  to any  Garment ia a  , Guarantee   of  GOOD   IHATERJAL ��  GOOD  WORKIRANSHiP  and Good Wear ng Qualities  When Buying OVERALLS,  ,PANTS, VESTS, SiHOGKS,  or   WORKIKGMEN'S   SHIRTS  Sen  that  onoh article bears a  ��� Inbol Ilka above  I'.isist on Getting    -  "King of the Road" Brand  And Take no Other  EVEKYGARmENTGUARANTEED  A TORONTO MAN TRIES  Something    New    and-   is    Delighted.  Feels Like a Boy.  Mr. M.N. Da foe,  29 Colborne St.,  Toronto,   says:  "I have been a  sufferer from dyspepsia for years. I  have been treated  by doctors and have  taken many medicines with only  temporary relief.  Since using Dr.  Leonhardt's Antl-  Pill I can cat anything the same as  when a boy. I find  they legulate both  stomach and bowels. My old time  vigor has returned, so that my spirits  are buoyant and temper normal I give  all credit to this wonderful remedy���  Dr. Leonhardt's  Anti-Pill."  All dealers or The Wilson-Fyle Co.,  Limited. Niagara Falls. Ont. C01  Mr. M. N. Dafoe  MAKE EVERYDAY  COUNT-  ��� no matter how  / bad the weather  You cannot   *  afford to be  without a  TOWER'S  WATERPROOF  oiled stjtt  or Slicker  "When you buy'  looK for the  SIGN OF THE FISH |  l^Btlxl  W    N    U     No.    5S0  :,��itK..: w r-  I  'w J��l_r i  3  t|'  '4m  at.) i ( rj'j.  - .'(toji!*} V. '  ir-.Sil'<  <  .���,<#$*  -.1 ���?���(?'?_-  --���   -TV.  --���3%fi  ���;'.>:.��;'; ���  ' ^'��  -���r^fm  ' .T.V.'tVlf  *  . '.p-r.V'  wis?  te*f*_  -    "��S&9!#,"  ��jft<vfc  J",   vi.,  .        Vp'l'  '  ' "��& ;  ,t     . i- �����*���*  1  #fc.  ��$  ^.j .^- . i  THE MOYIE LEADER.  F-ibli*hf-d ia theinteresl'of the people  I J ' >        * y- ' ,  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  m. j.iki'iu a ou..  1'ibUAtri.  IlTIt 0>  tOVkCSIl-TlOX.  Om Tear..  -11.00  SA'IUKDAY, APRIL 21, 1906.  Tlie road to failure is full of nil*.  Caught Cold Wbtla Hnntlnr a Burglar.  Mr. Wm. Tho*. Lanorgan,  provin-1   ^ 1    " 1 *  cial constable at Chnpleau, OntHrio.  o-iys: I caught a serere cold while  bunting a burglar ia the fort-At mwamp  last fall*' Hearing ol Cpamberlata'a  Cough Remedy, 1 tried it, and after  u��inc twn'ginnl. bottles I was completely cured," Tbia remedy is in-  ���endrd enprially for cough* aud colds.  It frill loosen and and rulieve a ievei<-  cold in less time than by any uth��*r  treatment and is a favorite where Ye r  iu superior excellence has beoomr  known. For isle by the Moyie Drug  -fc Stationery i Store. , '  The calm mm is hits  own cyclone  rellar, ,  A eubecriber wlio complained to the  publisher that hiri paper was damp re-  ceived tbe reply from the long suffer-  ing editor that perhaps it wai because  ' there was so much "due" on it,  ,*/,,     r     -. ^..j- -   ' ���' i i'   - ���',  ,  .  ���'ETOry purchaser Is an employer of  labor" said John ^Mitchell < to the  ���United . Mine' Worker*.    "f*��e man  -��vbo buy a, for' insUsooe, * oo_rUEion  \          i    ,  .    i.     ���     .   -   ��� ��� ��i-"--'f  bat employe a non-union batter.!' "  .-, .      .-.    i ���  ���   ���*,*���  In Spokane tbe' other day  a  man  j��at barbered to the tune of 95.60 by  * "lady" barber on Washington street,  . He "roared" and immediately got out  ��� (rarrant for the woman's arrets  It ia dangerous tot ,a railroad man  to'fiait a brewery srbile on ibiit.' In  Spokane last week the Northern Pacific superintendent surprised a switch  erew in the yarda. .Ho ctraght the  entire orew emerging from a' brewery  and-did not. wait for explanations but  ' fired the whole bunch.        ��� '���  -   John Linderman, of tbe Linderman  , * Bboe   Co.,    Carliele,"   Pennsylvania,  ��� writes to J. J. Murphy that be' and a  tew friends'expect   to  make , a  tour  through British Columbia next ��uin-  ' tner and asked for  information" as .to  the beat time to come, tbe points oi  ,'intereat in this.locaUty, elo.   It 'la. for  --the purpoee of supplying this very information to'outsiders that the"Hun-  dred Club" is working for.-  '    :   '    -���^���-���  , , .Heinze's Quiet Job.c  '" Everybody works but Heinie,  r \       He siU around all'day; ;      ,'     ���  '- Figuring "up bis profits"    ' 1, .,;  ���'  ,.   To while"'thfe'time away;  ,    ,  ^Boger'e gives out orders ' ( ' '  To his' friends all'' tired and hot;  Everybody work* but Heinie,  '       Who sioop-i the whole jackpot.  ! ���" ���N.Y, Times.  '.     , -".;.NOTICI.  Take notice that I, Charles J; Armstrong, intends to apply te the" Board  of Licence ibonimiiiibnere for tht*  Cranbrook district at their |Yregular  meeting to be' held' on June 15th,  1906, for a transfer from me to Ben J.  Riley of tho licence for the* Interna-  tional hotel situate at tbe town of  MuyKfc.cC       ��� ,   '���      '      '  ���'J&iLteSl this, 20th day of .April 1906..  ,' *''   '    {Sgn'd)' C. J. Armstrong.  .'  i      -     ,  BixtT ifji after (fate I Intend to apply to tie  dilef ComiaWdafe oi Lands and-Worki for  peralidon to purchase the"foI10wlas described  Und Id South Eut lioottna'y,:������''* '   '' *,''���''    i  CoTnmenclng at a pout planted on the, beak  of tbe Moyie River 20 chain* north of H. B.  Dlraock't pre-emption, tbence running east 40  cbalni, thence north SO chalni.'weit 30 obalai,  more or leu, to the Mojie River, thence down  the Rirer to the place of commencement.  i     " G. A. CLOTHIER. Locator,  '  , B. C. ST, CLAIR, Asent.      '  Dated this, 30th dajr of February, 1906,  <  r isnin  Tackfe!  By the best makers.   New stock just arrived.  ��9D9,  I. O. O. F.  tfeeu ��ref^ 1"ttesday evening In thojr  ball on Viotorl* ^ntt. SojOHfoing  Odd Fellowa oordiallT lnriU4.  2. Q. EocTsr, ��������� J�� Shttr, -"  Koble Grand. 8ecr'y.  Moyie   Miners*   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor ball awy Satur-i  day evening.' l Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Wx. J. Keltham,     Thos. E. K��u.y,  ^BSBLS,  READER?.  , ^ ',���,  President.  Secretary  MOYIE AERTB NO. ���55  THE C.ANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PttM-��J Cft^fUl, $10,000,000.    ������<rve fuM, ^,500,005  MEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  M. %. &A1XBR, OeaMraJ Man*4ra* ALEX. LAIRD, Aest Owl Hmt^i  nnAXcm&s TBmovonom oanaba. axd ik  THE U9XTBD,STATES AND KNaLAKD  ' <���>  The Moyie J)rug mi Stalipiiery ���a;  NOTICE.        '   *  ? ,      if  In the matter of an application for the Inn  oi a duplicate of tbe Certificate of Title for ' Lot  9, Block 6,'In the Lake Shore AddiUon, Moyie  City. (Map681)    , '��   , i . \  Notice Is hereby given that It Is my Intention  to Issue at tbe expiration of one month from  tlie ont pnblicatlon hereof a duplicate of the  Certificate of Title to the above mentioned Lot  ln tbe name ot Michael Nugent, -which CerUC-  eftto U dated the 10th day of October, 1901 and  numbered S12A, '   ,  i       "H, F.'MacLsod,"  '," District Segistrar/  Land Rcfflttry OfBce.   Selson, B. C.       ,  15th March 1908.     L <,    .        , ._   .  A. L. McDERMDT  ,l ,    ^^oleSeUei,37te''liqiuo.r$ - .  CR^NBEOO?:, ���   British Col^tbia.  tfeets every  jWedueu'luy at' 8 P.1 M.  DR. ^ARVIE, J. XL HAWKK,  Worthy Prea.,  Worthy Secr'y.  HOTEL  h T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS. ,This hotel is close  to  tbe  minee, and'kae  '     ,        every ConTenience for Working Men. ,'' (     \   ���'t  South Tlctoria St.    ? MOYIE.  Harvey   &   McCarter,  Barristers, Solicitors,.Notaries, Etc.,  ... t>. ��� i  Cranbrook, ..   -   B. u.  , BANKING   BY  MAIL  Boata-MA bm��T ��>t> transJcictod by niAil vrith wmj ��rftak  ��>f tie* Bank.' Aoootuat�� may b�� opened, uad dvpotitt  mw&m or vri����dr��wn by vxa.lL Every att��uti<m la p^  to oat-of-towa aocotuat*.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. , F. C. MALPAS.  W. P. QiURD,  BAKBIITKffr AOI.IOITOK, JBTC  CRANBROOK.15 ' ,   r, ,   B..C  ' ,-eWUli.^  C.H. DFNBAR ��  ^.      '-     J-. ���, -       , .  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  ,    Cranbrgojfc, B. C.  New Eailroad,  Irouia W. Hill, vice-president of  the Great Northern railway' saye that  '-work may begin' on"'a line between  kelson and Fernie,' B. 0., before' the  ruiddle ot next summer, 'and' \i Will  ���bo pushed forward' eaatwaid tbrobgb  tbe Alberta and ' Assihlbbia ' countries  <e?ithout"de\ay. Engineers have been  over eljm'e of the ground, but nothing  like a definite location has been  made.  i '  Khenmatle Pains Kellaved-  The' quick relief from" 'rheumatic  pain's afforded by Ch'ambelain'e Pain  Balm has surprised and "delighted  thousands of sufferers. It' m��kee rest  and 'sleep" possible. "A griat'mahy hive  been pe'rm'anently 'cured "of rheu  'snatism by tne use of this liniment.  jfbr'aa'Ie ��iy the Moyie Drug aud Stationery 8tore.  Chnr��b 8*rvlees.  Pjt��B��YTUBi'i'B.Via' 'lie   Oddfellows  Hall.'' S"ub'da'y Bcbbol alt 3 p\ m. 'Evening    service   at-7:30.-    ���'"     '  '   Everyone welcome.   '  ��� Q. rl.'lflWLAY, Psator.  MXTHODIBT���Sunday School at  S p  EO."  Evening wivtee at 7-.30 o'clovx.  '' -Everyone welcome:   ���      '  '   D. M.'PErtLEY, B. A.. Pastor.  Why patronhe esrtern travelers  whenyou'ean get your-spring' suit'.nt  the same prioe from C. A.'Foote, the  tailor.' ��� ���    i   '       '    ������        '��� '���   "  Red Wheat Whiskey. Something  new. ' Sold by A. O, Bow��� eta. whole-  kale liquor' dealer, Cranbrook.  Send your work  ���     >lto'thevv'; "  ��r��w?sfilest    ��tea(n  Cranbrook.  None but white labor employed.  : .   ���'.:'���     ���   .1    --, .'.'.'��� ���   I1...'     ���   M   Jl'..l< ������>'..  A. 9. STBttABT,  Xiocal ^gent; '��� - v \'  ChambedaiRs Cotsgii RemstfY  tOertaOataa, Qnm��mmi yaSfopta^OtwssSi,���*'  t'ilil.... .   .      I  ' XOTICE. , '  ' ^ ' .*  Notice Is hereby riven that sixty days from  date I Intend to apply to'the Chief Commissioner of Lands and works for permission to  purchase the following described lands' ln  South East Kootenay :��� -, '-'  8tarUng at a point marlccd Q. A.'Passmore's  Korth-Wcsfcorner post, planted on the 8outh  side of XUb erow'r Nest Pass Railway between  the 42 and ^S mite post* df Bald railway; thence  east'parallel' to said ;[track*'a distance of 30  chains; tbeSce- sooth at rl'ght-anglei 23 chains;  thence westrat'rl^ht'angles 30 ebalnsf tbence  north a right angles 23 chains to point of com-'  monctment, containing 40 acres, more or less. .  (Dated at Curxon, British Colombia, lniKait  Lootenay, february 28th, IMS. '-r -     *  ', Q. A, PASSMORE^  ' '      JTorSali!. '  , The place known as the Dill'' milk  ranob, 320 aorebVgood barn and bouse,  '   ,J    ���-'ipp'ly,to _ .-'' \':^   '  < " J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B. 0. _  Laing's Barber ��� Shop.  Oppobitk Hotel Kootenay,  i  Sharp Razors, Glean Towels and Good  Workmanship.  , Walter B. Laimo, Proprietor.  ���THE-  M  t    T    \  I  DESACI.KISB BROS,    rrapt.  Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of aocommodations.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and Mining Men.  ���i.-   \ii  qtrxBKB  AYJCK08.  KOYIB, B. 0.  SITIHC MACHtNB.'  oouj.* aiABnaa.  KtOM OBAM��  Wz��*SsQ:  by boybg  rollabto, hofiBrf.  felgh nrade Mtr>  ing mrtdsina, :"  ���^tibewl Sewing HwWs�� O..  '  9a*i rsnAmxteo. CAi*. ���  ' ?Avnwr*fast.Tu>m*.uJL  W. %. BEATTY ���;;  Xiabal��ter and Undertaker,  Pb*we89. O*tAKS��0��X.  Wm. Jewell  -Express and General , Delivery,  Busi-  noes.     Livery  and  *,.<���'        -     '   '   ,  Feed Stable.  ��� \    " . '^ ''    '  '   v,  ,,   'Leave Orders at   ,, ,  ,   (,  ^ Gwvnno'i Stor��.  MOYIE       ' '"   , British ColumMa.  BOUSE CLEANING!  ?s Then yo^ll want some papering  and painting done to freshen up a  bit. "Let'me' give you'an' estir  mate  S.  R.   WOSMINGTON,  PAINTER.  -  IAN  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Tafc>Ie Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  P. BURNS & CO  WHOJJE8ALX AMi> , &XTAIL  ,'    'A  MEAT     MERCHANTS  ,' ' '     "**���" '.-  l^resh  and Cured Meats,, Fresh  '. --���*���(��*'''���  Fish, Game  an*  Poultry. ��� W��<1 ,  supply, ,ooly   the  best.-   Your.  ,   trade solicited. ' '    '    ''   ,  .      "   ,". ���        At*   '   .'���       " i -i  '   y   XaBKlTS        v , '    - >'  In  "all   tne' Principal  Cities and   Towns   in  BritisU Columbia.  DR: F. B. MILES,  ;  �� i.  '   , ' '   ' > i  Cranbrook, B,�� C.  A. I.   MoKILLOP  -~*~*-  ASSAYKfT  ��?  NELSOK,  B. C  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  KKLflON, B. 0.  hoarding and Day School  oondnet-  ed by the Sister* of St. Joseph, Kelson  Br 0. "' Goitimerpjal and business  courses a' specialty.' Excellence and  swift progress ' characterjxe each department.'parents 'should write for  particulars.'OneV month' assures the  public of the thrjrOu^baeisi"of the  Sisters' methods Of teaching. 'Terms  corrlthv.��ce January,' A'pril 'and 'Sept.  Pupils are admiUed dUrln'g ieVea.  '*��� o "Jii4��<J.i*i.?*-i;w^'.��� -.  O. T. D2slAULKI��R  -.     i        i'Y.     .".<.    i. * ! '<--! I..   ��� .:  DBALBK IM  Toep,plp  FEOMPT^ ..DJBLIVJSB7.  Que��P(tf A^e.     MQTIX  B.8. GWTNNR  Cigars,      Tobaccos,'    Confectioaery  Fruits, Etc  FARRELL BLOCK:, Vi.storia St  PREST PHOTO 99.  ClUHHROOr  ABB. MoTlB.  George H. Thompsoni  /     BaBKIETKX, SOLrClTOR,   Ko-  itary Pdbuc, <fcc. ' '    v  CBAWBROOK.      BnrnaH 'Columbia.  If you want a good suit  ; of clotlies go. to. \,,G  C. Ai FOOTE  MERCHANT v TAILOR.  AND^GSaTE'1 FrjBXISMBB.  --'  ,    'A'gentalso tor  the.   - "'  '    ��� ".���<���,       <, i    i ,  House of  Babbeirlin  Clothing.  Suits from $18   up  .   (UNIOJT   8HOP.1  v  MOYH?, \       B. C  pth D^^  WE   PAY THE   FREIGHT  , * )* *~ ''r1* ^ t' ' i  ;.   Mattress Included For gll.50.  , *.. , *-        '   *��     r    ' 'a' '���      I  I '      ,' i. --   I " '  ( '     ' '  - ' *    '   . J."   '      .,     " , f- '  Cranbrook Co -Operative Stores  LIMITED.  fill  WINDOWS   AND   DOORS  -   M.ide iu.nriiitfh Columh:*.   .  MOkJLDINaS'   . TURNINGS.    BRACKETS.  1      >   '" ' i  Detail W<��rk ar8pecf��Hy wrh Us.  LUMBER   LATH   SHINGLES,  8hiprannts io  Straight and Mixed '/arlo.vli.   :_J ,         | j   CRANBROOK SASH AND DOOR CO.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  1  n  n  n  FRO  A. Be Stewart & Co.  A^ent   for   Crows'   Nsst  ,  Steam Laundry.  BjtQJNXING FKB, 15, 1906  THROUQ^:  SLEEPERS  ��� i .it.1  JCyery Pay In  The Year Between  Seattle And Chicago  '',;.Tia ��� the'. ' ���' '. i "' '..;;  flnat l^eriSifrn Failway  '   ,** L   s' %J.-  *y       �� '   ie? .-     .'��� ^ *���*, . a,i,   .       ^.        L't ���  .       *   >    v  The ComiorUble ^ay  Route of  the famous Oriental Limited  For detailed iaformaiiem,  ratosr, etc.,  eall on er adresa  ^.   L,    JJlacicBtoae Ai��kt O. V, By.,  rjuuns, ft. o.  PAkiVPi^N  RAILWAY  BEST TIB, 1ST SEEVICE  EAST, fia-Port Arthur to  WINNIPEG, TORONTO  MONTREAL and NEW  YORK  Via 800 Line to  I Paeljmpolis  Only line oonnooting with   LIMITED  TRAINS  S|, Fap! jJJMcap  D, AILY TOURIBT SLEEPERS  East Dun more Junction  ArLANTIC S.  8. AQEnc^  'JIBW 8. S. GREAT BRITAIN  14500 Tons) 570 feet, Jong  I'or   fall particulare   apply fo Joea)  agent or write  J. Attw��o4, Afcat, Meyle.  J.�� OAMTBa. M.J.OOTLJi.  :    ��tot, Paas. As*. As/t.  , .Yssmoo��j?er.'  MOYIE    HOTEL.  P. F. J0HJVS20X  Tbis Hotel is New and well Furnished Th#  Tables are Supplied with the Best tne  Maritet affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars'  HEADQUARTER8 FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING HEX ������.  Moyie B  As  mide by tbe  present brewer   ii   admittedly  ���������  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best Mslt ��a  the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for qosll.y.'  Iusist on baTing Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Bee^  m wm  IPJIT.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYi-��,-9���C���  .:��  .��j: .A.J-V*. -ryt^ffij&r^^^rwi^-tsw-.;*^]  !----Sg!r��SffMt*^H��_*ff^^


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