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Array 33 Au) the Latest br  JEWELRY See  r. H, WILSON.  ELLER CRANBROOK  ,. 12 NO, 3.  \Yr. Make a Jti-nciALTv cf  ConuEcrixa Eye Defects.       WILSON,  OPTICIAN CilAX CROOK  .heer Up! Smile!  1       ���' ' ' i  ' ���  Make your place look bright:  /������'   .'''���-      -,        '      '      , ' ���'  ,.'    ,/a '    '' ,-SEE OUR '.-   ? ,'   ���   '  JBT"      ' - **-  rapestry, Brussels, Wilton, Axniinster and Velvet Car-  f; pet Squares. , prices/from $10 up to'$50 in all sizes. '���  *   ��� .. '      V*.     .     .; .   '    -,,'���������'  Get intot.the right store if you expect to  " get the right goods at the right price: ��� ���  p.-, .     ".'.��� i "<"  '>,  , .     ����>�� QWUT1T. ,-- ,'    ���-.   .A  ,,    '     '    , *��� A  E|ff  Z,A "-' i*  Irs,-,--  #yfd^  -,fTfi if  tobaccos:  I  ,     GENERAL FLOAT        |  >��� r 1  -Creston has organized a baseball club,    f  Oranbrook i3 making big pre-  j pa'ratidna for its, fall fair. -     , ���  '       ,       -y       j_J ,  . /  The court of revision, will be  held afc Oranbrook on May 3rd. ���  '' The bartenders of Pernio   are  agitating for an eight hour day.?'  ���'     ',       ,      .  r The Trail smelter has, coke  enough,on hand to last'fpr several  months.   / '���'        ,    '���  Nick Burley, the prize fighter,  is'serving a1 term in jail at Valdez,  Alaska; for taking'' a smash at a  man.      , . ,        ,.,'f,     -       �� ,  The Hew  Kali.  t ,4 i  rfAR-RELL^EOnK-  fruit; etc>  MOYIE  * /<>.r  *3��AGNiF10E3NrT,//FBUIT,;LAND,v "I    <"  ����.  >��� Lr'''   /���'"-, v,   -. . a;:      \,' :,���',     . 'v   "    - s>"    -  e in the Moyie River galley 1 mile' .south'* of Curzon, enjoying  jme climate at Creadon ��� andrthe" Kootenay"! lake^'ieo"*acres, of  ^7 are undeiTcropf The'soil is first claW-aud 'although "partly'  sd with, light cottonwood)1 underbrush, it' isy.'easily '-.cleared,  i room frame'  jfcre.   Terms  iLEf&yELWELi;,  Lots 10 and 17, in block 0 have  been procured by Wildey Lodge  I. O. O. F. as aSite for the new  i  hall.   These lots are on the north-  oast cornerrorf Victoria street' and  Madora avenue, directly opposite  the Manhattan hotel. - Now that  the site is", selected the work of  building willVe commenced with  aa littledelay as, possible.   Plans  and'    specifications     are     being  drafted,' and>, these"will be submitted to (the ,whole lodge to be  ratified. , Uiitll   this   is done   it  can   not' be ���said   whether ' the  building whTbe one or two stories.    If rttwo'i stories,   the   upper  portion will b'ev flitted up exclusively for lodge 'purposes, a and' the  a't^a^'v -    x,4.   a .,lower floor as an opera house' and  An Indmn brought   five cougar for    dftnce. ��purpose3., > - Bufc    in  pelts into Kamloops and received | eifch- case>^ig hall will> Xm^  | '      LOCAL ASSAYS ��  i house on,the property"alsb?a" stablerKOnly ^I'l.oP  ���-.,"> A"    '.,-     "        h !. ���i< ,        , -*   .  -   *'. -" '    - -     */*>r ,,    vf<~; ^   - ,-xa   ���>'  Craii"bro6k, :& 0.  bounty of t$75 from''the' government agent,"    *f     -' '     '.,������..  '    '"   " '   ,-     ~,   .. v-1 .   ~  - If the'coal strike continues it  may yetbecome'necessary for the  smelter'���* at Greenwood to close  down..      -t- .,,"',' f-'    ?f, , *  .  The Grand Trunk-Pacific'will  not locate its townsites along its  route;in British '^Columbia t until  next year.  that will fllLall-the requirements  of the' town,'and the cost will run  between $3,000 and $4,000.  , > ,r   <  ~   '       ��� ... , .��� i , (  'ASporting?1 Events. !  :  J.  C.   Drewry 'has   been  qui;e  ill as hisuranchnear Cowley.  There will bo services at the  Catholic church tomorrow. ���  Ernest Cobb, brother of Claude  Cobb, arrived in town  yesterday.  Judge Ryan'was up from Cranbrook last Saturday and held  court.  R. A. Smith was iii Cranbrock  the' first of the week procuriug  materal for hi-r new building, '  Nicely furnished "room,  electiic ify  lighted, suitable for two   persons.'  Over-Postoflice.'     '  In all probability, the' Moyie  kid, baseball team will play at  ^ranbrook.'on May2ith.  ,Ihdies, your attention is' called  to,tliercorset. news in Roberts &  Messioger's ad v.' on this page.   ''  Mrs. A. E. Auchempa'ugh f returned to her home m' Seattle  Thursday after, a six weeks' vitit  in Moyie. ',       '. ���    "  -��?^?��sr.^?i*��^-��*?p^$-^C,|��  1 t?S3  ^Arthur r?ichols.hasfsecurpd a  There promises to be-some good position    with   the ��� Porto." Rico  basebair and' football   games Jn Lumber company, an*d has moved  Moyie) this season. > Both   teams his family from Ho'smer.   -'  Evary Stetson,  boars ihe  Stetsoa  Kama  "We. P*asi> tlae  (.'.  Because  we know  from every viewpoint it  r  is the hat of all hats. In  style, c*ual'rty and durability, it Eives the  maximum of satisfaction.  V.'c have the  Stcoon Soft and Dfcrbj  Hat: Id all tbe blest stjlcj. , .  ���''. O "...  M  i<  ��'* MacEachern ;&��� 'Ma'ctionaW'.' '���!  '    r      ' K.     1  ',1'    ---%1  1   ,��S* i  i �� i  ^'; /.Large'' Assortment,1 o��<i "READY ���"', V1'  ^  -<V*T0>' WEARV StUTS,r.*atVmediu&; " >  'f "'. nrir.flaL' '���' A IV 'f]-.o l lotrt��f,'- woovoo    -      !��� ���  ) prices  4-  v t-v'  *.-*Y  weaves  Allr'the)latest  df arid:styles:"-" " "ff fd> ".< -'  ^ .~,     ,    ,'   A<"^. *i   �� ^ r       '    ; r   Af,   ..  s J^^'--^ANGAROO,^RAfENT;"tOLT  "���QUN.HETALS^^'iVt  J 'The. lid is on at Wallace, Idaho,  arid for,, the first, time since''1886  the'click,of the poker chip is 'not  heard in that city.')   '   ���     ".   '   '  A A  ^;-f,V/SKIN-,yand':(  -   'J;   ���', '-    ,.     ...    J,   .   u.V*'    .I    *        ir.^  ff' aiii, ak '-,;< ''".-', . :a  .-'f..  J at'..'  '?"    'lA  a :  ?'XOME ANaSEEUJS  :;;reqardino prices  ^*. ,  ��.^' :  ' DORSET'-NEWS^f"  55 ��� * -i v   *���  u-i      ^     >ti i  fcMRS. ,8: BROSSEAU who .isl agent for the famous  SPIRILLA CORSETS  [will give a display on'WEDNESDAY andJHURS-- -  DAY afternoon from 1 to 5 next week at  ,   THE BAY LIGHT  STORE.  SEE OUR WINDOW, DISPLAY  ROBERTS & MESSINQER  f The-Arcade in Vancouver is' being razed to the ground 'in'order,  to make room for , a'' ,13'stpry  building that'will be erected upon  ifcsisite:^-=ffef=r. -   '"   "*,,.''    "  '    ...**-  ^     �� ' �� *   A A  -   .  ''f  S  The - Mother'. Lode ' mine," -at  Sheep; creek,*,,has shipped, but  $31,000 worthr6f)ore in t the past  six months, so.the owners state.-'  a'^ -i . -A^."';;v^;y.'Ay '-W  JiThe Black' .Haudf''society is  again-at wbrk'in .RevelstokeV-and  recently two * prominent citizens  received threatening letters.', V  s ,:    '   -���r--  '.-' : ��� '���'  ��� Dominion1 Day willv.be ono of  the features at the' Seattle fair.  On July 1st there will be British  troops" and the Duke of ,Con-  naught's cavalry at the fair.  are organized'and are  ready for  business. .'About'^OO will-be expended'on'Aldddge   park,   and  the" grounds ,will be widened some  75 feet.'  .Of the- baseball  club C  A. l^ootb, is j. the v president' and  manager,'and,C.  II.''Me33inger  i.s'|  secretary>"and) treasurer.    Of  the  football   team v Joe"; McLaren   is  p'residenti'klbert Gill is secretary  and HerbrJacksori is*"trainer.  , .There.will be"a,football' match  tomorrow ,afternobnf at Aldridge  park between.the' mine and  mill  teams/'The" ys game 'is called  for  2:30 b'clocWl'V . '^ -    );   V   , .  V,l*rV.  11   a.  IConrad Block  Moyie  The refinery at the Trail smelter turns out silver 999 fine.  There is not another refinery on  the American continent that can  do this.  " i  JI. "W. Atkinson, formerly in  the mine office' here but^ now in  Rossland, has just .purchased the  Hall , residence on Columbia  avenue in that city.  Sundayf Services, v;  m.���Ciimmunipn) service.  Subject, "It Is Finished."       -��� \  y2:30  p.   iii'.���Sunday," school, ,in  the two churches.0       '' a)-' -  - 4 p. in.���Great   mass  meeting  Subject, "Wanted: a Man."  7:30 p. in.���Odd Fellows' service.  Subject, --Friendship "  August Mueller, the, hustling  young manager 'of the Moyie  Brewery, was in 'Cranbrook tho  first of'the week. < * -.  j ,Tn all probability Geo.' Routh  brother of P.rG.,'Routh; will have  charge of the boat business in  Moyie this season.        ���   y-  The acme of comfort if you  wear the { Spirella,} 'corset. ySee  Roberts & Messinger's ad. "' r  , f The ice on the lake is showing  signs of breaking ,up, and - there  are several bets on as to"when the  last of it will go out. "   - ^  .,��� Moyie'is becomiiigffamou3 'fother; beer. Onetday this 'week" the  Moyie 'Brewery shipped 32. kegs  to"Cranbrook.'  '~l-'^\,\C'   t  ,;, /-  E. G. Gwynne left Wednesday  for Vancouver. >,He will visit"the  Okanogan country before   returjj-  Ninetieth Anniversary I -   Another Bouquets  Tomorrow ' the" ninetieth anniversary of ' the institution of  Odd Fellowship on the American  continent i will be celebrated.  These anniversaries are always  celebrated ,"'byi speciftr^ervlggf  The members of "Wildey Lodge  No.',44 have' made arrangements'  with Rev. W. D Reid/D. D.,  one  ".Crestou Review:, Last week' the  Moyie /.Leader entered-upon its  twelfth, year of usefulness. To  Frpd J. Smyth, its editor and,  ,mibjisher,. we offer Jcongratul-t- '  fcion^. - TheyLeader i-3-one of the.  brightest���Tlocul   ;papers  in'tlie,  f fA  -A  province, ' an 1   Mr.   , Smyth  has  ^e +u���        *      I-*.    A     j - ��� i made a name, among the members  of the  evangelists,  to .devote' aLP <_,     -      ,,   -   ��     B,' uuuueis  v I ��K fche fourth estate for the pithi-  'n'essof his editoritil  pars.'  Moyio'-  is exceedingly fortunate  in  hav-  ing a '[newspaper frnp.n   liko' Mr.   *  Smyth,    "We   wish tthe   Loader  many happy returns and take the'  opportunity    of V  assuring-,   ' the  partion of his sermon bn^ Sunday  evening ^to Odd' Fellowship, and  they feel I.fortunate in having  procured1 such"'an eloquent speaker.' In the 9p .years of its existence the order ��� has helped over  2,500,000 of iHmcmbera  in  titnes  Am  f       rl      j  *fi  The Musical Eckardts.  Gf need; relieved more -than 250,-  OOO-'-widowed'^families- buried  lQ���r,���.-= ,c-l. l--.-  i      o^ ���'������->  ������.,-.     , djeador 13 one of uhe most eacerlv,  nearly   300,000^  of   its., honored  irtrii.0j j., 'A1-     '���  ,. ���,       ...      T1   .,        ' -       ,   looked tor among our  exchanges,  dead,   with  all  the   honors    and Wo un^i���     V    ���     j *   , '  -.-_.   cermonies 'of. Oddfellowsbip, and iZJllf Ta^'Z   * ^ ��f th��  ing, and will be away for  a1 week  to do'all this hals iiivolvecl WnW tf.7���?nL rears, - and havo,  or ten,days. o " .       ,'   Ly of over   $105,000,000    whichfch�� "^        " P        ��'  Lessons in pianoforte and' sing-1 kRS been chcerfuly eodtributed tuf *   ' the noble work. " |       _._  Show iYexfc We3It. '  r^'  Al"  ing.     Terms  reasonable.     Apply  to * Professor," Box 5. Postoffice  EGGS���Eggs for,hatching  from  of  All Odd Fellows" iu Mo3'ie are  requested to meet afc McGregor  hall   tomorrow    evening     at     7  Two samples of milk furnished  the people of Kamloops were a  few days since found to be adul  the  provincial analyst,  and. the.  offending milk vendors are to be  -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^=-   tew days since found to be adul-  '   /    r\      . MOYIE'S*;, LEADING ~ HOTEL'/  ->.   ,. -. ;       F   |tered with gelatine, according to  Hotel kootenay  The best of accommodations ������  for the Traveling Public. ,        S  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms,     {  !  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. j  ���i^����������������������.       .,     ,  jit down your foot,  ^  You can do it with firmness  if  you   arc wearing  the Q. A. Slater Invictus Shoe.  We have the finest range ever seen in  Moyie  eluding the very latest wine shades.  See our nattiest designs in  20 Century suits,  new consignment just to hand.  ,The people  of Moyie   will   be {        , wT^     'i     J-Tf* ��'cl��ck sharr'  f����n -which  place  .L-�� :���_:.._���'/-.,. .e Rocks and White'Rocks, S1.50 for  they will  march'to  moiley hall  prosecuted.       AvButto woman advertised fcr  a servent, and the adv. wound up  by saying that "no Irish need apply." The Irish of Butte held a  mass meeting and an apology  was demanded, and the woman's  husband "squared" the matter.  given arare treat on the evening  of "Wednesday, -May oth, when  the Eckardts will appear at Morley hall under the auspices of the  Baseball and Football , teams.  It is said to be the greatest feast  of mu**ic, song and humorous en-  tertaiment that has ever visited  the west. The posters will soon  be out, anditickets will be on sale.  Sherman Is  Out.  in-  A  THE   FURNISHER  W. S. Stanley, publisher of the  Fsrnio Ledger, appeared before  the full court at Vancouver and  agreed to make an apology and  pay a fine of $100, for his criticism of a verdict made by Judge  Wilson a few months ago.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized���-���  Capital Paid Up���: --  -$10,000,000.  -5,000,000  ���5.000.000  BUANCHE3  IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Arrowhead; Goldou, Kamloops, Michel, Nclaou, Hovelstokc. Victoria and Vancouver  Sayings Bank Department. y  Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from date of  deposit. ':'''������'��  CRANBROOK BRANCH, y 1  J, F.IV1, PINKHAM, Manager.       |  i*t!M4#|i��l!#i>l^^ ous Old Dominion mine.  R. O. Edward?, editor of the  Calgary Eye Opener, is considering a very flattering suggestion  from some Toronto business men  to move his well known piper  I from Calgary to,Toronto, and will  probably accept. The Eye-Opener  will prodably be turned into a  joint stock company with Mr.  Edwards holding the controlling  interest.  White's New Job.  F.  H.   Sherman,   president   of  District    No.    18    United     Mine  Workers of America, and a  leading  Socialist,  has  been   expelled  from the Socialist Party  of  Canada.     The   charge   laid   against  him was "conpromising with the  old party." rDuriug    the   recent  campaign, Sherman wrote to lion.  H. dishing,  wlio was running in  Calgary, to the    effect   that   he  hoped   he   (Gushing)    would   be  elected.   It seems   Mr. Sherman  intended this to be  purely a  pri-  uate  statement  between- himself  and tho Hon. IL   dishing,  but it  happened   that  a  Socialist    was  running   against   the    lion.    H.  Cushing iu Calgary and somehow  the letter bocmio  campaign  material.         C. P. R. Improvements  15 eggs.. J.  H. Ilawke  r Tomorrow will_,endrfche evangelistic campaign in Moyie. Evau-  gelists Reid and Russell will, open  their campaign at Michel next  week.  FOR SALE���Six cows, 4. calves,  horse and cart, 100'chickens aud  turkeys, aud some buildings.  Price, $1,000/with $500 down.  Apply to Mike Campbell.  There is a movement on foot  for having a half holiday in  Moyie this spring and summer.  Every Wednesday of each week  will probably be selected.  and  take  part    in   the    services  which will begin at 7:30 o'clock.  Lowery Is a Joslier.-  Greenwood Ledge: The Moyie  Leader is-going on twelve years  of age, ,and its editor has morel  fan  sc  The Canadian Amusement company will show for four nights in  Morley hall next weuk, commenc- <  ing Monday evening. Shows will  be on April 20th', 27th, 20bh and  May 1st. There will be moving  pictures and illustrated songs.  The show is highly recommeuded  by the eastern press.  J.   Feck  ancy waistcoats than  any  other  Greeuwood,  a  cribe in B. C. was hiking for  Mac-Swain  and  when  Seattle/  has  last  left  seen  The ,C. P. R. will make some  entensive improvements west/' of  Moyie and at, Moyie. At, Tochty  and Yahk additional sidings will  be put in aud Moyie is to have  another siding between the station and the concentrator. Considerable grading will, be required  W. P. White, former superin- to be done, and the steam shovel  tendentof the St. Eugene mine,  outfit will probably be hero  next  is now secretary of the Evergreen   wee '      ��� -,.    ��� ,   ���  Mining and Development    Com-        Elmer's Big   Deal.  pany   at   Colville,    Wash.      Ex-  Mayor Tuttle of   Feruio is  presi-i     P. J. Elmer  has just  returned  dent of the company.    The pro-! to Cranbrook   from his trip  east,  perty'is on the lead of the fam-J where he put through a big land  ���---���-     ��� ���        ��� ��� deal, ���":���'��� .   -a   ''fy-  Aurora Meeting.  The was a special  meeting  of  the  shareholders of the   Aurora  mine Monday evening to consider  several   important     propositions  relative to the property.    Several  influential    Cranbrook     men   recently     acquired     an      interest.  They are J. A. Harvoy, J.  D.  Me-  Btide, J. P. Fiuk, V. Hyde  Baker,  Dr. King, Dr, Green, R. E. Beattie,  T. D. Cavan, V. A. Rollins,  M.   A.  Macdouald and A.  B.  Macdonald.  Most of these inspected the  mine  and attended the meeting.    They  aro  delighted with  the   outlook  for the mine.  ���M  * .-a  : m  f.fl-f  j   ' .A  ���' r|  lade from  cream of tartar, derived solely  from grapes. All the ingredients  of Dr* Price's Baking Powder  are printed on the label, They  are pure, healthful and proper*  When baking powaers are peddled or  demonstrated, examine their labels. You  will find they are not mads from cream  of tartar.   You don't v/ant them  May Be a Hospital.  The Consolidated Company is  grading for the foundation of a  building on the ground near the  Lake_ Shore boilder rooms.  There is considerable speculation  as to what use the building will  be put. Some say it is for a  company hospital, while others  are of the opinion it will be used  as a boarding house. Superintendent Blay lock is noncommittal  on the subject. ''    '  ���J  1  fi ". '.*.-. »«.   '.,,.  ilw^ji, nw.i,'-,N.i,w i
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LEADER,    MOYTE,    TVRJTISli   COLUMBIA. .
The SooilerSc
By   REX  E. BEACH.
Copyright,   ISOo.  by   Rex  E.   Beach.
I arm -still doubled mi tier him. ,
! It had htijijic.ic,] like a flash of light,
j and ;)!lb<>u;;li n<*Ie:: felt, rattier than
, beard, tin- shot timl *-a\v her assailant
coughed   blood   to  his   lips,   at  which
Roy laid him  back anJ stood up-    So
there was no mistake, after all, and lie
' had  arrived   too  late.     This   was   the
FINAL   ROUND-UP   OF .BUFFALO
(Continued.}
' fall, site «TSd not realize the mcauing of j
it till a drift of powder smoke assailed
- her nostrils.   Ewn so, she experienced,
, no shook or horror of  the sip-lit    Ou
the contrary, a savage joy at the spec-
l taele  seized  her   and  she  stood  still,
' leaning slightly forward, staring at It
, almost   gloatingly,   stood   so   til!   she
| heard  her name called,  "Helen,  little
I sister!'' and turning, saw her brother
The moment Sfruve disappeared Into | *n the window,
the   oilier  room   Helen  darted   'to  the !    That which he witnessed in her face
window.    It was merely'a single sash, ! he had seen before In the faces of men
nailed fast and immovable, but seizing ! locked close with a hateful death and
o-ie of the little stools beside the stove   fron, whom till but the most elemental
passions bad departed, but he had
never seen a woman bear the marks
till,now. No artifice nor falsity was
there, nothing but the crudest, infen-
sest  feeling,  which  many  people  live
she thrust it through the glass, letting
In a smother of wind and water. Before she could escape Struve bounded
Into the i-ooni, his face livid with an-,
ger, his Voice hoarse and furious.
But as he began to denounce'her he
paused in amazement, for the girl had
drawn Cherry's weapon and leveled it { primitive, passionate longings,
at him.    She was  very pale,  and her
breast ''heaved   as   frtyii   a, swift 'run,
while   her  wondrous  gray   eyes   were
nnd
few
die without knowing.-
who   come   to   know
There are
the   great |
Rut in
Kid's   revenge.     This   w.isi  how   he
struck.     Lacking   courage   to  face   a
i man's level eyes, he possessed the foul-
I ness to prey upon a woman.    Roy felt
', a   weakening physical  sickness sweep
' over him till his eye fell upon a sodden"
| garment   which   Ilelen   had   removed
I from  her  brother's shoulders and re-
! placed with a dry one.    He snatched
it from the floor and In a sudden fury
felt  it come  apart In his  hands  like
wet tissue paper.
He found himself out in the rain,
scanning the trampled soil by light of
his lamp, and discerned tracks which
the drizzle had not yet erased, ne
reasoned mechanically that the two
riders could have no great start of him,
so strode out beyond the house to see
If they had' gone farther Into the hills.
There were no tracks here, therefore
they must have doubled back toward
town,    ft did   not  occur to  him 'that
Three   Hundred   Head  Will  Complete
the Transfer of Bison to New
Park Near Wainwright
Calgary.—Within a couple of weeks .,,„.,,-v
the   remainder  of   tin-    buffalo    herd j DODD'S  KIDNEY
bought from Pablo, of Montana, will]
be   lodged   in   the   new   Battle   Riven
park at Wainwright, Alta., where they j
will live in future i
'Alex. Ayotte, the'Canadian govern-)
ment, agent in Montan.i, has been arranging  with  Howard   Douglas,   commissioner of the Mountain park, with
regard' to the details of, the round-up
CHASE AWAY THE
TIRED FEELING
regard to the details oi, ne -.™?Y' Hon     Thov  have  additional   wo
and   transfer of  the big  herd    wnd,   «ou        hoy  l>a e ttCCUmulat
comprises m the neighborhood of 300, ^J^.",'^ o{ the blo0(] and j
head.
The cowbovs will stait within a few
PILLS  WILL  DO
ITQUICKLY AND NATURALLY
It is  Caused by  Sluggish Circulction
Brought  on  by   Deranged   Kidneys
Failing   to   Strain   Impurities    Out
of the Blood.
Stavner,    Ont.    (Special).—In    the
Spring the Kidneys always need atteii-
They  have  additional   woik  in
ulntiou of
....purines oui oi me uiw. »nd if they
are at all out of order it is sure to tell
on them.   It if. only a question of the
of
light i 300
the
this black night. f,Bhtlnp"lP defense of j thoy might  have left the beaten path
her most sacred'self, this girl's nature ,' '•»■- t°U»vr*a down tlie little creek to f
had been stripped ro its purely savage !
lit with a, light no man had ever seen ) elements.    As Glenister had predicted, j vrliero he had  found it, ho remouuted
there before, glowing like ,two jewels j Helen at last .'had  felt and yielded to i 3 nil lashed his horso into a stiff canter,
whose   hearts   contained   the   pent  up i irresistibly  powerful impulse. ,
passion of centuries.    She' had altered !    Glancing  backward  at  the  creature
as  though  under- the deft hand  of a    sprawled by the door,  Helen went to
tss,•assaszr^ts^ti ™h<.,i „, ****■»««- *.
r   V   ii    r   K   B   fin    G   T   P   to'that  the one sure cure fcr sick'Iud-
Wainwright.     _           rjE„tcon-l    ''Some- time ago/'says Mr. Cohvcll.
along thef-'I had severe Pains and Soreness in
The new  park at  Wninwright con-j    "Some- time ago,    says,
tains 110,000 acres, and lie.
j up toward tho divide that lay between
him and the city.   The story whs grow-
hot*  brother,  put  her arms about  his
neck, and  kissed him.
'"He's dead?" tho Kid asked'her.
She nodded and tried-to,speak, but
began to shiver and sob instead.
"Unlock 'the door,'' he begged her
"I'm hurt, nnd 1 must pet In." ■ ,
When the Kid had hobbled Into the
room she,pressed hint, to her nnd'strok'
od his matted head regardless of his
muddy, soaking garments.   ,
"I in**"-t look ntjilm. ITe may not be
badly hurt," said the Kid. '- „ '
- "Don't touch him!" She'1 followed,
nevertheless, and stood near by while
hor brother examined his victim.
Struve was breathing, ,nnd„ 'discovering this, the others lifted him with difficulty to tlio couch.' , < -> '
"'Something cracked iii hero—ribs, ■ I
guess," the Kid remarked, gasping and
„,.r.r.«i„™   „,„„,-< „..   'fZ.'J.T 1i feeling h\&  own  side.    Ho 'was '"weak
creeping, monster,   for  he |      .      , ,       ...       , ,',,   , , ,    .....
1 aud^pale, and tho girl'led b m into tho
iSS'rp,1 i™-t"-J£  niSit v-<
mmm'-
it ^8-A''
•S2
master' sculptor, her nostrils growing
thin and arched, her lips tight pressed
and 'pitiless, bcr head poised proudly.'
The rain drove hi through the shattered window, over and past her, while
ihe cheap red curtaiifhished and whip-
,j>Cd her as though Ui gleeful applause,
Her bitter abhorrence of the man made
her voice .sound strangely unnatural
-as she commanded:  ■>,. ,      ,
"Don't dare-to stop mel"    Sho moved toward' the door,- motioning him to
retreat before hor, and he obeyed, rec-
.ognizing  the  danger,, of  her  coolness.
She    did , not 'fio'te    tlie    calculating
treachery of' his glance, however, not-
fj thorn the purposes'he had In mind.
, Out on the rain swept mountain the
prostrate rider had regainedt'his senses
and  now  was   crawling ..painfully  to-1
ward tbe roadhouse.   Seen through the 1
dark he,'.would   have  resembled  sonic i
t   misshapen,
„,dragged' himself, freptllo-IIko, close to
the ground. But as he came closer tho
man heard a cry which the wind seemed guarding from his ear, and, hearing
. A.-he rose'nnd-'rushed blindly forward,
' staggering Mice a wounded beast. ' ,
' ■HeJcn-'w.itclied her captive closely ns
'" he backed througlrthe door before-' her,,
for she dared not lose siglit of him u~i-
tll free. The middle room was lighted
v by a.glass lamp on the bar, nnd Iti
rays showod that tho front door was
secured by a ( largo Iron boit. She
thanked hcavcD there'was'no lock aud
keyf    A ■ "    ■
'     Struve .had. retreated  until  his  back
was to ' the. counter, offering no .word,
mukiug" uo   move,'   but'  the'   darting
brightness of his eyes'showed that he
was alert and planning.   But when the
■I'door behind Helen, urged by the wiud
through the^ broken casement, banged
to the mau'made his Qrst lightulng-liko
\sign.  He dashed the lamp'to the floor,'
\ where it'-burst 'like( an \ eggshell,   and
darkness leaped  iuto the  room as  an
■animal pouuees.   Had" she been calmer
or, had time for an  instant's-thought
.Helen -would   have' hastened   back   to
the light, hut she was midway to her
liberty and actuated by ihe sole desire
' to   break   out  into   the   open   air,-   sp
plunged "forward.     Without   warning
Khe   was   hurled   from   her  feet  by  a j
body which came out of the darkness '
upon her.   Sho fired the little gun, but
Struve's   arms  closed'about   her,   the
v. eapon was wrenched from her hand,
and she found herself fighting against'
him, breast'to breast, with the fury of
desperation. His wine burdened breath
beat Into her, face, and she felt herself
bound   to   him   as   though - by   hoops,
while the touch
ing plainer to. hhn;  though an yet ho
could   not   ploco   it  all   together.     Its
IKHHiblliticH   stabbed' him   with   puc'h
horror that ho cried out aloud und boat
his  sicod   into  faster   tlmo  with 'both1
hands nnd foot.   To think of tboso'two
rulllana fighting over this girl as though
sho 'wore' tho   spoils   of' pillage!    He
must overtake the Kld-^-ho would! The
possibility   that   ho   might   not   threw
bim   into   such   ungovernable   mental
chaos that ho waa forced to calm*' himself.    Men  M-eut mad   that way. , IIo
could not'think  of. it.     That gaspiug
creature ln the roadhonue 'spoke all too
well   of   the   Bronco's   determination.!
And yet, who of those who had known
the Kid in the past would dream that
his'vilenesB, was so utter as'thls? *', ^
lains iiu.uuu acres, aim >>r* mu.^  i«i-   - -   - - ■--- - , , ('„,,->«
Battle river, and Ih.-re will bo plenty the small of my back aid so it. tn nes
of room for the whole, herd. After the [noticed a brick dust sedinjent n my
300 have been taken to the park' 300 of   mme. so of course 1 knew 1. J  ^wnejb
affected.
I   jirocnred   some   oi
" Pills,   which   readily
WANTS   FLEET   OF  ASRSH1PS
COULD GORE £
h} 'vif.w „r '~ "
*'"ch Z.tm-li,,,,. ,',
'"Iv'.lia*. f.,,1..,,, ,
Mr,. J.  f,   o,   ,   l.
im
"Kr
"A
J. /'   .-■*
Slrr-tt, Wti
■ ''-fi 1.
wiMlom of (}.a ,r     ,Ji,i,|d.{)
B"k,Mr,. .s, •i.C^lhi
sitle <>r )Uy fUt-
ffels
•It
md alsu 50 of the, herd at" enrea use j«»i» «»- -» ■]»«- -m-
pnrk ol Lamont will be restored tbe uune to its natural color.
antelope.'elk and moo.se .1 always ,recommend Dodd.s lwdne>
inials. ■     '        -?-»-«•''       , .    ,...'-..,. V.   ....   7^
par
350  that  werp   taken   to   Lnmont {,were
last year will also be brought down to; Dodd s   Kidney Bnrannaa    nnr1
Wainwright and alsu J>0 of the, herd at' cured    he   pains   ami    soreness   apd
Banff.    The, ""  "'" "'   '
stocked with
and other anim-i.-.. ■     ,,    ,      .    , ,. .       .,   ,«rt
, Owing tp th'e diUiculty of'rounding      Everybody   ncrid   medicine, m   the
up the buffalo and also the fact that   Sprijic: and the if'^ine they noo-j i*
only four or  five  can  be  placed  in   Dodd's.Kidney Pills.   Tho   clear   he
each car, which will necessitate more! -'Ior"1 of impurities^flnd by giving tne
than  one, train,, and  the  round* bout!' blood , I roe  circulation     speedily  and
way.wltich  will have to be taken to: nut 11 rally chtuw away that tired feel-  t
reach   Wainwright,   it   will   Ukelv  be' ing- . ^ i- caiihvd by slugKish circula;^ j,<rstile"»efial
ncarlv  two   nidtitlis 'before   the   herd • t»«n. ",k1 Dodd's Kidney tills always
are settled in 'their new home.
cure it.
Crop  Improvement -
The «-oa>t markbd' improvements in
.Away to the right, hidden among,the j siilijig that if'he was at. liberty w
shadowed    hill?, ,,hls ■ friends,  rested . he .arrived,at..St, Nazaire. be wc
„ ',;.      Castro is Deported    j       .   j
Fort'do l'rance. Martinique.—--Priori
to his'being-taken aboard the steamerI        ., ■ • ■■ . . , A    .     .  ,     ,.
.Versailles for'deportation to-Frnnce, | *"nal« gram are, brought about by the
ex-Presiderit Castro prcpared'a written'! selection' ami "propagation 6f; inannd-
protesfc again-st the action- of the j ,,^3 plants' which show superior 'yield
French government, which litis been! j
submitted to the authorities here'
Thpd'ex-president   said   just   before
Lord  Bcresford Takes the "Stand that
Britain's  Navy Should not be   '
for Sea Alone
London.—Admiral      Lord      Charles '
Bcresford litis started in good earnest j
on his campaign of agitation in naval j
matters.     He   lias,   however,   unitized j
his friends by taking the bold stand j
that the navy should not be one of the.
sea.'alone, but should include an in-1
vincible Jloet of airships, ".This stand,
coming   from   a   man   who ■ has   been
adulated as the typical "sea dog" oi
England, furnishes n remarkable proof
of  the  widespread  character of   Britain's present agitation for'more protection. ' ',"'*',
Lord Charles joined,Prince Louis of
Battenberg, Lord Cur/on, Sir Hiram
Maxim and Admiral Sir Percy (Scott
in demanding ji "two-power standard
in 'airships as,well as in "Dreadnoughts." ' This formulation of England's new need of defence againsl
C'crmany-n-and other foreign foes—wfif-!
made at a meeting, held 'ut the .Man- j
.■>i«n House,  under the chairmanahii i
of "the lord mayor oh London.''It was*', ,flK  ,„-,   Ulr„ ,,  .
made clear nt.this meeting that .ling-J'.xore     This s^mi-f,    n'
hind is at .last becoming .alive to the ' general h'-ah-,   ,,„j I1/"'"-c
fact  that' tj;e   other'   nation's  of   the] !.could' g^t .j,,' ',.],„.,, ''""«»
world'are leaving her.beliind ,tri thc-j^f  the  um; ^i,,.,' 'y,:,l!'.!lri,i
race for the command of the air." j my fttce «n, j,.' r„(,;   f'<' 1%
- In supporting energetic action in 4hc« tifln that hr ijfj'n',,!,!'^
ci-tabli,shinent, of vast iltjets for both , out of
sea and nir. Admiral Scott slated'Hint, which
t|
win. 11 !
"'■'1 tir.v,
"'"'llljf
no alt,-,ltir,; l.Vlij'1 S.^ Uj
pnhs.awny i„ a ,   ' ^,[,?
stirprij,.
beeiiiiu
it p 11
iftojl-n
'-  PUiT)!-k|i n.,1
-het-k on   '
lisen,S
:'i|>!
•le%'( ;.,ji
-C'I'S hrol,<- ,.nl, l',,,,,;,,-,  *^
;n   plaiv-   „„./ ^Xf'^n
wivinR  iti.v   f,„r, 011I|' ,0J a ^1
tin- liftu,,. 1 Jqlr4
W«Te   -tj[,,,(1>.j',IJY i*'l
qiiadi-on, ..'■ ""j* ">\Pt»ii8 on iK.(tl,J,..V 1
-H js h notajworthy ffict-lhnt. while i«>'supply  n:(<l  Ui-j "tC ^1
this , faceting . at the 'Mansion, House; first, f.;w npiiJirntlooi ',f ^.1
was in progrtttss, members'of the liouse,'*^L'ei <J» th-  M.|,.   i tf'i^l
■t -A >A.
"i^}*;
of Cpnitiiojifl .were dr«w|ng'the,,Atten-'{th»i!j?,^h..,- hi fn'v... VJ..,.,,
lion of tlui government,to th'&'fart thafcf applied' it ii^'r.-d!}- ^^f
Germany had built, or'-is building' a I nft^cU-d jmrt-.'   j„ „ ^^""j
dozen   dirigililo  airships,   and    , wereH1*n*(,f . cousidi-rintr
urging the government to,takejupVith'1 fu-*",15 >>f my di;.^.
energy-the -.construction of arBrftiah r^provern.'nt.'v.j.;
hen
ould
the
utter
! bunkroom whero ho rc0uld llo ' down.
Only hla'"wonderful determination,had
sustained him tlius'far,' and now',the
knowledge of'his'helplessness served
to prevent, Ilelen's collapse.
The Kid would not hear of her going for help till the storm abated 01
daylight came,' insisting that the trails *
were too treacherou3,and that'uo'time
could be saved by doing so. Thus they
waited for~ the dawn. At last they
heard the wounded' man 'faintly calling. „He spoke to Helen hoarsely,
There was no malice, only fear, in-his
tones: ,, ',.<•■
' "1 said this was my, madness—and 1
got what'l deserved, ,but-I'm -going'to
die.   O God—I'm going to die, and I'm'
afraid."    lie   moaned   till   the  Bronco,
Kid hobbled in, glaring with' unquench
ed hatred. > '" ,     ■   >',
vl'es, 'you're going, to die, and I did
it. Be 'game', can't you? 1\ slia'n't 'let
her go tor help untildaylight."
Helen'forced her brother'back to his
couch, and returned to help the wound-'
ed man, who grew incoherent and be- ■
gan to babbie. '     ' / ' \
A'little later, 'when the ,Kid seemed
f stronger and   his head  clea'i-er,   HeJeu
ventured   to   tO;l]  him   of  their   uncle's {
villainy and of the proof she held, with I
her hope of restoring justice.' She told I
him of  the attack planned   that very
.night and of the danger which threatened  tho   miners.   lie  questioned   her
closely  and,   realizing  the   bearing  of
her story,  crept  to  the door,   casting
tho wiud like a hound. °
'/We'll   have   to   risk   it,"   said   he.
"The wind is almost gone and it's not
long till daylight."
She pleaded to go alone, but he was
i firm.   "I'll never leave you again, and,
moreover,    I   know   the   lower   trail
We'll go down tbe gulch
valley   and   reach   town   that
but   it's   not   so
ley to his iel't'were the two'he followed, while he, obsessed and unreasoning, now cursing like a madman, now-
grim and silent, spurred southward toward town and. into the ranks,, of hla
enemies. ',„.'■ .     f
','        -' (To be Continued.)
lluk   trefttrutr-it  un'il'
aca.uiiuc;   -nt: iwueu mai tie was jeav-   }jas isolated and propagated it.   These   voice of 'jVjpgarft Falls has been mute,   fi    '  .    ,   '
ing his, brother Carmelo here for theVvariations are occurring all the time.    "Tlie first time'JvaJi late Iti Februarv.     ,       <r,^'rf",7
purpose  of  receiving  mail   which   he, Thev.niav be'.due to. accidental cross-. v'-ben,-  following, a  severe   -.riorlhflrly--',fU:fl^yCo!Vt'J
expects to be foTwarded from Trinidad   fat.th;,nt;n„   'ti,«,    m„*.    b*   -imnlv f l.inw   th.-. fr.Ha rnr.-^lVv    "n'A   «/v«, r„„ ?. "ouoie^oine'f
expects to be foVwar,ded from Trinidad
and! Vene7.uela.    , . „,,    , spo
The'removal of the former .president j 'tiiev V8ry ^ the''direction
fertilizntion.    they    mnj'    be   simply
"sports,", but-whatever their origin, if
a similar'origin. Some ob?ierver_notic-? Sr$t utime, ^since.,;, tbe ..white man"'-has a'^v ,xV'VK'f'"/" ,*"•*- •< fell
ing superior characteristics in a plant, com.. tb'the"l»ttiik# of the'Niagara." the' ;.?„,!,; n"l,>'v '''-"-iij
"      "   '      '       ' ■.....-..-■     v«.|fe"of-3STia(5»ni Falls has been mut^ *to|T "IwrJ, I
r'ir.tmtiJ.!»,-ji&i|
b»ow, the falls ran"dry,   and ,17^0w fori
VESTS
Why'
CAMPAIGN
SPEECH.
a  Small   Boy., Persisted   In   Hear-
'  ing   It  Every Day.
"Senator Vest .was making a' buggy _ .........    	
campaign in southeast Missouri,, some   proceeded to his chamber.   They found
years  ago,", .said   a   Missouri  official J.the "ex-president lying-in ticdf'and al-
of Venezuela,.from the hotel to- the
steamer was not without' its pitiful
aspects. ' Immediately."on, -the' an-,
nouncem'ent .by the medical commission, who made a lengthy physical ex
amination of Castro, that'he was quite'
capable of making ' the voyage,- the
commissary of• police, "with an* escort
of gendarmes, invaded, the hotel and
;iyield, better quality of,stronge
they, are worth propagating.
************ ****..****'
* THE   ILLS,OF   BABYHOOI
J    ..        '   '     AND OF CHILDREN.
* ' ' .  ,       r'
*'    The.   ills   • of<. childhood
* * many, arid, may prove-serious if
* not   promptlyyattended ;tb.     In
-are
b.f-eau have ever .recorded
for   \DriI    "•',""'-'  '»P«'-i-»*-* t'1'iv.p S.-J I
*   toro out of, the'.southwest.- and-'follo^ t«?.!Sl11n^^,"1.. ,h',,!s ^'""l
..   irg' the .lakes,,und .the 'clinn'neVoP: the '(^l ns %LiC*1''
«-?N;HBara'.  left  ruin in" lU'wnka, ' The!'-
i ■<'•" '    "■*    ' _	
'At each, town  visited by Vest tiei ■     Iy,'°V ,tt -}lattrcss> ™<A placed him
'boy;;hurried his team.to a convenient'In tt Plretcljer
livery <barn   and   then-- raced  for
eyes on-the senator and .took in "every
.tword of the>speech as if his very-life
depended on it, '"      - ' ..*    -
'■' "Finally thev lad's continued conspicuous presence among his auditors annoyed the senator, and be kindly but
firmly reminded the boy  that it was
not ueccssary for him to attend every
meeting.,        '*   .
" 'I make the same speech each time.
You   have  heard   it  often   enough   to
know
in a
j  ' Officers   ;from   the • 'United   States
tact 1 cruiser   North' Carolina,    in   'civilian
dresvs,   helped  to" make, him   as com-
■-Kfortable -as  possible,    and' then   the
'stretcher was picked.tip.by  four., negroes "and  fakpn  to 'tlie .dock.-1 Gendarmes'guarded it,'and'a crowd numbering, fully 2,000 followed the procession.- The entrane'e'to the French lfnc
pier was guarded by police and no one
\\a.$ permitted to' enter except   those
courthouse, or wherever the 'speakin''
was to.take,place,'and  pe'rc'lied him- ifortabkr-as  possible,    and' then
self   with ,.painful '.regularity ,on   the -
front seat.    He invariably turned his'
*
*
¥■
'*
■'*■
*
*
*
*
*
*
troubles, .-as    indigestion',. colic
diarrhoea.^ constipation,   worms,"
,and" te'efh'ingdtroubles. • Ariel <.Uiq,
'mother, has' the guarantee .of a
government'analyst  .that , thisV*
medicine coritairis no-opiate or' «-
poisonous, drug."  Mrs. R.'^Haiti-..*
'niond. "Copetown*v-,Ont.,   says:^,.^ . tr
"1 have1 used Baby's TOwn'Tab->7j ft
lets and t-hink nothing can equal :*
.them "for   small,, tchildfen.* >" "1 i*
would  not be without  them   in
the-hotl.se,  for,' they > saveil  my
lid ■ ice   fields' of, take   EticA were ,!■ '-, ,,  V/HI Bui.'d Msny ErniiM j
churned fiom-end to end and. piled'in Aa Bufiilo '— \ mwm>p'
^^R?:""^0'"*™11.011'81 lh«"^^jing to' ui*. 'intt.'wnhi.vn
vr.   Under tho im^ci of Uie mass: of lfam fU    H«c»ci. <Ift*pU|
a hed'-floods -brought  down ,by   lnefiWn*t-,6i»in fwyart d B/kb!
i-;ind. the brjdge gnvo *»yand began i new^ompanT ij wU-caWUI
surge ddwmthe rnpida^Sul hRf?re,hionah; l-^uynW fcimpwr. d1'
*• i
him aboard, and for a moment Castro
was in peril of falling out.,. The
stretcher was set down- in one of the
cabins,   and  Castro  at  once   declared
s of bis cheek against ,
hers turned her'into a terrified, insen- .
sate animal  which fought with every j aulte ...ell
ounce of its strength and every nerve   t0   the
of its body.' She screamed once, but it \ way      It's   farther
was not like the cry of a woman. Then ! dangerous "
Sir^^i" ,Si!evCC  Td !     "iou cail,t ride'" she inslsted
ouckness,   Struve , holding   her1,   "I can" if
like a gorilla till she grew faint and '
her head began to whirl, while darling '
ISslhe'rJa; K c^ZT' *f ^ I WJ1S P°l,ring' but the ^d only sighed
«.is uie iojr ot a cataract in her ears. ■ ■ ... °
She  was  a strong girl,  and  her  ripe
young body, untried until this moment,
it by rote, so just put in your, that the room was too small, and de-
time in the future looking after -the J'rrianded that he be transferred to an-
team,' he admonished bis youthful j other cabin. He. was promised_that a
driver. ■ J -. [change  would .be  made during     the
"Despite tbe senator's objection, the! course of the voyage.    In'saying fare-
boy  was again  In   the front seat the | wel- to his brother, he. waved his hand
next day and the following day.   This   aiul exclaimed; "Good-bye for,the moment." "   ,~    .
you'll tie me into the saddle.    Come,- get the horses."
It was still pitchy dark and the rain
enraged Vest, and be thundered
" 'Why do you persist in always occupying that front seat? Didn't I tell
you I make the same speech every
day? It's as old and stale to you as It
is to me. Why insist on hearing it
.again and again?'
" T want to see what you're going to
do when you fergit it,* answered the
boy.   Vest 'capitulated."-
answered in. every fiber, so that she ''
wrestled with almost a man's strength \
and be had hard shift to hold her. But ■
so violent an encounter could not last. '
Ilelen felt herself drifting free from i
the earth and losing grip of all things
Ki$hM' ':
|t,   >+.' '\A
'-•'«i,
"-1 'H
weaklj-, as though tired by its violence, when she helped the Bronco into
his saddle., The effort wrenched a
groan from him. but be insisted upon
her tying his feet beneath the horse's
belly, saying that the trail was rough
and he could take no chance of falling again;  so,   having   performed   the
tangible, when at last thev tripped ind ! '^ ^V?* She m''Sht "'S' Stl'Uve' Bhe
fell against the innei• doo^*. Thifgave ! ^"^ ^ °™ anImaI a"d all°Wed
waj*.   and   at  the   same   moment   the
we.?aS\rhin^rdCICtCCliaS  UTfh  *! ancl   1»rclled   *™^y   in   his   seat,
not face Zlil/      ?°f  aml ,dnred ■ Br«PP«"g   the   born   before
m?L    «.     «       . flt streamed over ' both hands.
them.  She tore herself from his clutch '     n*.       ».   . ,
and  staggered  into the sup ei- room  ! ,  ihcy,had be«» S,ae P^haps a half
her loosened hair falling iu a gleaming ' 1,OU.r Whcn n.n0-tbcr horso I,lun«ed f»rl
THE  ELEPHANT   FLEET.
it to pick its way down the steep descent behind her brother, who swayed
bim   with
Farmers   Preparing   for   Seeding    >
Winnipeg.—The first crop report
tfor the. season was issued by, the Canadian Pacific Railway company, and
shows -that the farmers in the -west
are busily preparing for seeding the
grain for this summer's big crop. It
is anticipated by the company's
agents that, a very rimuch larger acreage this year will be sown, though no
figures are yet available.'
It .is mentioned, however, in one
case that 100 per cent, more will be
sown.
From Lethbridge comes word that
100 per cent, more land is being seeded
than last year.
A very large acreage of fall .wheat
has been sown. It is expected that
seeding will be well under way in another week.
iams' Medicine Co., Brockvillc
Ont.'  .
i.^tt^^^t":'i^K^^.^e omV; ui nuii*iofi^ri
:v«ters,of Xafre .Ontario; ^UieA^wimlflWypw-fir;   - -.      '-' - if
shifted, again -to Ihe north--i™tmitly-f U^>,   ■    ,/,,- ,,   1Sff&J
the moving floes packed nt the mouthi -.a'id T)r. KimH. "t- \<itT«i&4
*************;(«*** + + *;4.*^ + + 4.
i
To wipe out,a debt of $270; a'.dc-
fendant at an English court was ordered fo pay$1.20 a month—so that
the instalments would be spread over
eighteen years..
ti-feht  the,
no'-nal.
nvcr was
40
mi i>.«
\-s'VMU
torreut about her shouldei-s.  while  he
arose Trom his knees and came toward
her again, gasping:
"I'll show- you who's master here!"
Then he censed abruptly, eringingly
and threw up an arm hifore his face
lir    .    -    I *T/'*^
IKC ,°il •*• - «   >_»-
.* 1 .* 1    *    ^ .**   i   '
* V   5 rv> *  .    .
', * »f       A . r
:% ■, -<;'
* !< * -. i 1  .
t
ousl*,- out of the darkness and  halted
before the roadhotwe door.    Its rider,
I mud   stained    and   disheveled,    flung
himself  in   mad   hasie  to  the  ground
and  bolted  hi   through  the door.    lie
saw the signs of confusion In the outer room, chairs upset und broken, the
table wedged against the stove aud before the  counter a shattered  lamp iu
a  pool of oil.    He called  loudly,  but.
receiving. »o answer, snatched a light
Which  he  found   burning aud  ran   to
the door at Ids left.    Nothing greeted
him   but   the   empty   tiers, of. bunks.
Turning,  he crossed to the other side
and burst through.
How It Is Used by ,the British Government In India.
Its elephant fleet is one of the strangest and most deadly departments
maintained by the British government
in India. It is a large fleet of coasting steamers specially ' built for the
transport of elephants.    India's popu-
tiger bun ing, and in tlie arenas of the ' being concluded between Germany and
7~iZr ™ ^    °V*Cn    IJU   th(>la ! Cfl.muJa   comes   «"   ™   nereeTble* s"r
against one another and against wild J prise   to  German   business' men,   who
beasts,    a he  elephant  fleet  transfers , deplore the fact that th'ey are-losinp
the animals from Dacca, the trapping i ground rapidly in Canada.   The Tage-
I consider 'MINARD'S   LINIMENT
the BEST liniment in usd.
_I got my foot badly jammed lately,
bathed    it    well    with    MINARD'S
as  well
m ^recorded from .pn-vtons y^ars i^l which -stock h."
2-1 feet above the normal.   On Friclay j \yc wj|j )luVt.
feet above I j,y';St*ptfmher 1
• v       j    "Amersi-ans 'i«j n«t ..'-';i >*
.  L      ' (he won.j.Tt. ot the (V.i'fi'.s -^
by'size or!«'e,sf,   TIi.t- arc i:>.e«'-,i*',«'s
KpicletuB. -cultivation ik.vv, mA^^'-\
{ turo lG5.(.'0Offy-.i -.wllU' ™ffj
'■ tigureo  an-  -■!.>•:.'• ri."..'    »-v^j
{200.000 per--'7ii'. frciM_u.-l<';W^
t and   Kit'0]>e .-tr- ,-oim' K.F
irk't.   Thi> mcr.naJ >» i'1^^''
Reason is not measured
height, but by principle.—
CATARRH  CANNOT BE CURED
with    LOCAL    APPLICATIONS,     as
they cannot roach the scat of the di&
LINIMENT,   and   it   was
ever next day.   ,       c
Yours very truly,
t. g. Mcmullen.
as
am.
The farmer who reads is the farmer
who grows. Not everything that is
pimtcd is of the best or practicable
, hut it docs its purpose if it sets vou
thinking, and after all the thinking
man is the one' who usually docs
things. A half-hearted farmer is wor.se
than none.   Push the business.
Cure is not a quack medicine.    It was {■„,
pi escribed by  one of the  best physi-,
cions in this country for years and is»i   A
a regular prescription.  -Jt'ia composed ''.     ',
of  the  berf tonics  known,  combined   it:'—
with   the  bc-t   blood   purificr.4; 'acting ! cure
directly on Uie mucous .surfaces. '.The i
perfect   combination   of   the „iwo*'in-,    j oni r.ovat s.-nl^d for
giedients is what produces such won*' rrWi)tly on -i vi-it "f »<
derful results in curing Catarrh.   Send !   "" "—*'
for testimonials free.
■ V. J. CHENEY & CO..  Prop-..,*
^ '   " Toledo; O.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
Take   Hail's   Family   fills
stipation
1 " Rt?
"Shiloh's Cure will *l
" my   coughs  and «'5|
r-'l
ultiirsi
„-.'!i.;r
, government nc-neuniKr.i y^.j.J
1 well .'iri lo in*. i>'\;1 ]'r''i"-r- '"
parts.
for con-
Mmard's   Liniment Cures
Burr*. •=
, and training headquarters, to the va-
. rlous districts  whence comes  the demand.
i    To get an elephant aboard ship is a
difficult and dangerous task.   The animal must wade through the surf to a
: stout raft, and this unknown surf, so
j white and  tumultuous,  often  terrifies
j and maddens him.    If in his fury he
'slaughters a mahout or two he'e-hnnot
;bc greatly blamed.    Once on the raft,
I his legs are tied to'pegs, and the slow
; sail   to   the  ship, is   uneventful. . But
•latt
Must   Accept   Rules
Winnipeg,     Man.—It      has      been
learned  authentically that the following is the correct status of the trouble.
I bt-twcpn  the mechanics and   the Can-
points out that a settlement'of   ad,a^. PacJfic   ™lway:
An elephant can get up a speed of
twenty miles nn hour, nnd ,sustain it
for half a day.
(..;.'
It   may  -usti
large farm-, hi.t K
forts  nnd   th-'  ■'.■in J
oughly citliiM'--   •"'
ir
•<1
11 on.*
the conflict with Canada will pave the
way for the regulation of commercial
relations with England, and urges
that an agreement- of a permanent
nature should he arrived at as soon
as possible. "There is all the more
necessity for the early conclusion 'of
such an agreement on a sound, basis,"
it says,""as there seems-to be every
prospect of the idea of tariff reform
being realized in England."
ago   the   Canadian   Pacific
/%„„„ Tnc reward of the cabman who lakes
Over  a  year   to Scotland Yard
P'une  jvr-ori- an-
...,i ■■ ,    ,'.  *■   ■"'*■• "things left  behind" ,(0  eoid.s  Hum  ",1,r   ,
certain   rules.     The   men "oljoctl?d   to - '"J'Z^.}"1", ^.erow.V.}>' i,,c ^^A^^unA- ../ }\>; i'^M
them,   and   an   arbitration   was   licld-
the   company   put   the   award   of   the'
arbitration hoard into effect.   Thf men '
on the value of the article.
Repeat it:—" Shiloh'a Cure will al-
1 of used  to  accept them  and   wont "on ' Waya cure my coughs and" colds."
ni    1
..llVllf.'-t
■|\- i «•''  "
.„\.r.ii'i'
ni In'
'I'.5'J
n1'1
lighted beside the couch wher^Ttruve ■ "°I aA.gl'eat bilnd niust be arranged
lay, breathing heavily, his .11.1* h«if !'undtr -the e,epl«"-t's belly, and a crane
closed   over   his   starihg
i-<
*^
"I'll show you -U-.K/8 maker here!"
as if to ward off a blow. Framed In
tbe window was; the pallid visage of a
man. The air rocked, the lamp flared,
and Struve whirled completely around!
falling back against the wall. His
eyes filled with horror and shifted
down where his hand had clutched at
his breast, plucking at one spot as if
tearing a barb from his, bosom. He
Jerked his head toward the door at his
elbow in quest of a retreat, a shudder
ran over bim, his knees buckled and
he nlunged forward upon his-faro Ms
s  half
...   eyes.     Roy
noted the poo] of blood at his feet and
the broken window; then, setting down
! his lainj). he leaned over the man and
spoke to him. :
When he received .no answer be '
spoke again loudly. Then, in a frenzy, !
j Glenlster shook the wounded man'1
; cruelly, so that be cried out iu terror: i
, ■ "I'm dying-ohf I'm dying." Roy'
j raised the sick man up arid thrust his .
j own face before-his eyes. j
j     "This   is   Glenlster.      I've   come   for-'
j Etelen—where   is   slier'.   A   spark   of
! recognition flickered into the dull stare.
j     "You're too late—I'm dying—and I'm
I art-aid."
j     His  questioner  shook  Struve  again.
j "Where   is   she?"   he   repeated,   time
after  time,   till   by   very   force. of  bis
j own  insistence   he   compelled   realiza-
Uoti In the sufferer.
j    "Tbe Kid took her away. , The Kid
! shot me," and  then his voice rose till
1 It flooded the room with terror.    "The
Kid   shot   me,   and   I'm   dying."     He
must, hoist him up some twenty or
thirty feet to the deck.d Here again
the elephant cannot be set down as intractable if, losing his head in that
unprecedented aerial journey, he mur
ders some more mahouts. Very prosperous, albeit stained a little with mahouts' blood, the elephant fleet' for
many years has plied up and down the
Indian coast, embarking and disembarking Its- heavy, unmanageable
freight.  "■    ,   ,
Futile.
"Help!"
The man  was clearly ln  great distress.
"Help, help!"
Iu  agonized   tones   the cry was  repeated.
But, alas, he lived In
and Wanted a woman
housework, so the help in all the'employment agencies treated him with
calm scorn, and thus -was he left to his
fate—New York Times.
the suburbs
for   general
Saskatoon Gets,'University, d
Regina,. Sask.—After a tour, of inspection covering Bnttleford, : Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Fort Qu'Appclle
nnd Moose Jaw; the committee-appointed to select a suitable site for the
Saskatchewan university, have awarded the honor to: Saskatoon;
President Murray predicts tliat in
five years' time Saskatchewan university would be"on a par with the
four leading universities of" Canada.
There was no reason why there should
not be 500 students in five years. The
buildings would cost half a million
dollars. Thr:' maintenance would
amount to-.$100,000. ',''.-'.
Will Store Their Wool .
Lethbridge.—The ' Canadian "Wool
Growers' association will .store their
wool hereafter to sell direct to manufacturers. Thoy' claim tlie jobbers do
not give western wool proper standing,
it being tho same 'quality as brings
top pricc'3 in. wool markets.
.stnke. The,strike lasted nine week-,
when the men called it off. The company then put the-,award-of-the'arbitration board into effect. This award
expired the first of April. On the firm
pf March the company posted'a notice
m its shops stating they would extend
the.award for arjother vcarT "A coin-
mittee representing a section• of tlio
men called on thecoiripanv and sought
to have changes made so (hat the men
would be-in the sariie state as before
arbitration. -., The company's-, officers
met the. committee, but would not recede one iota from the notice
posted, and the committee
signed this notice as
two  years.
■The' Canadian  Pacific  have  nnfal*
solutely open shop.  .'■;■■. '
The men asked that their pension-be
restored,      but   this   was   refused
pensions  will  not be granted
who have been on strike
Man—Your dog looks. Ui j 11.
Boy—'-Yes-/ he's till: rmi down.'
Ma.n—vl-Iow do you account for! that?
Boy—-Mcbbe   it's   because    he'sd , a'
watch dog.1'    . ",."','   a.'   •' "d
rangeni''iif -
ft ons    the    •
should  nlu;
of    HH-kle'-, r       , .
th" jiroM-id -I'.-' '"\"' « B-nifl
coughs,   ealnirli  ,m..1    >'   , tt •
h- |t    vlll   •f!"1
the   lungs,
matter how
S'1
they
finally
to it for
','■.■'   A Matter of 'Principle
He.—Ts your father opposed
■matjon?.     ,' f!
She—I  think  sd.    He  is  an
taker. '„  ■ '    A- ,
to c round e r-
You: cannot A'«'>n|
. remedy like I'"*1'';
l>« «'F,
.forii^'
..Horses .wonk
fering and l!"',
time'' if a 'lilt
tcntion were- g/ven
ness. 'I'liore fs
for ill-iittiiig or
ll.T?
.1 im*!
.hfl've.l^l
"f:;S^
driiKS?'"-'
to
as
men
It is better to regard the soil ancl
its condition than the almanac us to
tbe. proper time to plant.
revenue
!£4
W. N.  U.  No1. 737
Stamp Sales Increasing
( Ottawa.—The     post office
from -the   sale   of   stamps  durin-f'thp
year ending March .'ll   wns $9 2lr)802'
as compared with $g,f,35,.]70 last "year'
Sympathetic
Father (proudly)—T believe, mv
dear, that boy of ours knows as much
as I  do.
Mother—Yes, poor little fellow t It's
too bad that he doesn't know a'nv
more. *
oil
Three months of this year h»*^ein3.<?
,.. j_..._ .    t. ..... __- *'piav
r tli-
the foUowmg st0rry from^B C. and rccei
right down I
can you hope to keep up I
If you are /(p!«y*\°*'of the'lf-p&
;«„...« for the re»i»the h0pc« U
d woman-
"Mrs. Worden has taken four bottles of PSYCHINE »JJ,°dscarctir«. |i
every weary, worn and played-out wa"
aro"!!?,
w
COULD SCARCELY GET *-;- lt w, ^
r bottles Jof PSYCHINE^ '      .
woman of hor.    Beforeishe started
I tolake PSYCHINE she cou.^^    ^.
todo her work, and now she can do it -without feeling '," {]Kir su'J^V;
otronglyrecomtncnd PSYCHINE to any one
Vic-J
i to any one.    It wi 11 rel 1 *;v,? " raCKs, • .,„r
W. J. WORDEN, Vorks P->'»'?^r/^™
ThN Is ju«jt -what PSYCHINK ttm Injiontled to do.   Thoum.mis u of
Oodtj.-PdJfcHINK, lhoGro»!,o«tbf fnliifW, nndmnny \receoo in^   tildir ('ll'%fT--
heard.of It.   But 110 matUr how far ( -r "».•«".««. hMoro".   ,. :. cf.-»
dollvor*bce:-  fSVCUI.VE coon ts tbi
Blood, lt attacks »ny diso»'i«d pmrU
rlKlitlymnrlUtho tldo ytron (►•'bj' fhoUsadUB; vlr„, ino - v  ' t,Toiiic
lilt'.tiiy reoommondad bytboModIo«l ProfcBston becauHOOf iu>Stu
'" appotl.te and give* new llto when all else ha»  _, ''VTT^VjPJ^Tsi■>
tahod.  -'.. mWi^T^"^k
All DniBfjIsU and Storen «oll PSYCHTKH! nt SS t5&S%$l3®Jttfi
50o anil $1,110 a bottle. S«nd to Or. T. A. 9L0CUW, ^-TSr^f ArfSl" OfMH^
UwlUd. Torouua. for a FRISK TltlAJU '   THt V&Zi**-* mwrmmimit  .t,  ''   '.'  inouncement  ���g- to- announce to  )fficers of .Western  jjiicipalati.es and School  rictsthat  in future  icgotiations for the  lase of debentures  |I. be carried on in  jwn name, and not  ie name of my Tor-  |y representatives  tegina, with whom I  \ severed connection.  FORCED TURKEY TO YIELD  Troops   Make   Demonstration,    and  Number of People are Killed  and   Wounded  Constantinople.���Tlie  troops  of   the  garrison made a violent demonstration  before      the      parliament '   buildings  against,the committee of union  and  progr(;ss  and  the  government     Th  demanded the dismissal of the Grand  Vizier HUnii Pasha, the minister of  war, and the president of the chamber.  Ihe outbreak was caused by an order  issued to the troops to the effect that  tney  must  obey   their' officers   under  THE   LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SPLIT, IN   LABOR   PARTY  [Ham C. Brent  TORONTO  Life  lore   "White1 Bread"?  iread   is  abolished  ��in ' tho,  jta'tes,"- it is  stated   in tele  fspatehe's,   referring "to  the  |the secretary, of 'agriculture  Irs ;'must;.not ������bh-aeh   flour,  nj*:, went, into/effect this.week  gps have until June 3 to dis-,  lie   bleached   flour   still   in  jj:is declared, that- tlieie will  gjohj difference between bread  ^unbleached*flour as thero  S��rtf ahgel" cake   and* ,'spongij  "i&^fiour will be of a' creamy  'e&ddof white, .'and,tlie bread  all circumstances, even if called upon  to shoot dpwn their co-religionists  the mutineers, the first move  seized all the officers of the committee  of union and progress, and held them  prisoners. Only a few of the-troops  'refrained from taking part -in the  demonstration., The latter, who were  chiefly artillerymen' and cavalry ��� ar��  massed at the war ministry. - ' They  have orders to fire on anyone ap-  proaching the building, and during the  course of, the'day a number of persons  were killed or wounded.  Deputies were escorted to-tlie chamber m. order that they might vote on  the question of forming a ne\y cabinet  find appointing a new president, but  owing to the Easter holidays it ,was  impossible to form a quorum. Deputy*-  BinifArnlan was .killed on his way to  the limine.' in mistake for Hussein  Japid.'"1     ,  - Keporfs^of'the killed place the number 'as  high, as ''seventeen   'and  the I bered  wounded,at thirty or more. > ,  For Catarrh of  the Throat  of Two  , Years' Standing.  *,M was afflicted for two years with  catarrh of the throat. At first it was  very slight, but every cold I took made  it worse.       , '  "I followed your directions,and fn a  very short time I began to improve. I  took one bottle and am now taking  my second. ,1 can'safely say that,my  throat and head are cleared, from catarrh at tho present time, but I still  continue to take my usual dose for a  spring tonic, and I find there is nothing better."���Mrs. . W. Pray, 260  Twelfth St., Brooklyn, N. Y.'  Trouble  Between  Victor  Grayson and  Keir   Hardie  R'eaches  Acute  Stage  Edinburgh.���The recent factional  biawl-, in the ranks of the independent  labor party, which have militated seriously against the usefulness of the  party in the House of Commons, came  to a climax at a session of the annual  congress of the organization, when  James Keir Hardie, Philip Snowden,  Jlamsay Maedonald and Bruce Glasier  resigned their seats as members of the  national   administrative   council.  The Lay of the -Hen  "The  spring  has   come,  it's   time  to  hatch ,  'Ideas and, egglets,'too;     '     '���      "d  All winter long, in rain or'shine,  J ve laid right-in for vou.  'Now plca.se go 'Way and let me 'lone,  lours truly please forget;   .'  I m tired of laying all the while.  SPRING BLOOD  IS BAD BLOOD  '      ���^���������  How Best to Get  New Health  and Strength in Spring.  The winter months are trying to  tlie health of even the most* lobust  Confinement in-doors in over-heated  aud nearly always badly ventilated  rooms���in the home, the office, the  shop and ihe achool���taxes the vitality of even the strongest.    The blood  ���,.     . ..  , -      becomes -thin  and  waterv or  clogged'  J he immediate cause of the trouble,1 with   impurities.    Sometimes  vou get  was the adoption  by tlie congress of   up  in   the  morning just  as  tired  as  what amounted to a vote of confidence      '  in Victor Grayson, between whom and  Mr. Hardie there has been a feud of  long standing.   The resignation made  wh  I want to stop and set.".  Bliss  '   ."L7 Iand<,r'" (sweetly) "do you' know  what day,this is?"      -  en -you went, to bed. Some people have headaches; others are low  spirite'd; some, have pimples and skin  o o,���r. *-       --     ,, -     eruptions.   These are all spring symp-  a sensation in the congress., Efforts' toms that the blood is out of order'  wore made to secure their withdrawal, j You can't 'cure these troubles with  out the four men who have kicked j purgative medicines-, which merelv  over the traces stuck to their deter-1 gallop, through the system leavimr vou  nunatlon- ' ' J still weaker. ' What you need to give  Should this split in the labor party  continue it' will relieve , the Liberal  government of much pressure jn the  direction of Socialistic legislation.  i '  1 :������..        ' '  To Develop Slave-Lake  Power ' ,  Vancouver.���It is. announced     that  $2,500,000 in bonds of the Slave Lake  Power  company has  been .underwritten by eastern Canadian capital. Work  NEED   MORE   DREADNOUGHTS  British   Admiralty   is   Much   Alarmed  Over  the   Latest   Move   of  Austria  London.���De<ip  concern  prevails  in  the admiralty as the result -of the determination   of   Austria   to   lay   down  three   Dreadnoughts   in   the   Adriatic  sea.     The   feeling   at   the   admiralty  amounts almost to acute alarm,  the  political equilibrium of Europe being  regarded as-utterly upsetf   "Obviously," said a high official, "we are confronted with a situation of surpassing  gravity.    Our, sea   route  to   India   is  threatened   and   the   whole   Egyptian i  position    imperilled.      Germany   and i  Austria hope either.to bankrupt'Eng-1  land   or  to .place   this   country  in ,a I  desperate predicament. . In the event j  of war the  Mediterranean is vital to i  us... We took tiie chances of war during  the < Moroccan   crisis  in' order  to  safeguard   our   imperial' seaway   and  our possessions in  North Africa.    At  the present  time  all our,    first class  f t  you health and strength in the spring' ships  are' withdrawn from  the Medi-  It       -*1 *f /"l VI *�� JI        1>*S-i,l-in����.*> .��_.) ^ 1_   _  1 -fi-t*>*<n*-ivinn A �� r 1 J. 1.. A __. "I _   "1 _    .  is a tonic medicine, and the one always reliable tonic'and blood builder  is Dr. Williams' .Pink, Pills. These  Pills not only banish spring ills, but  guard you against the, more, serious  ailments that follow, such as anaemia  nervous debility, rheumatism, indiges-  terranean and 'the vessels we have  there are relatively insignificant. elf  Austria builds three Dreadnoughts for  the Mediterranean we must build six.  AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE  knows that Sunl.'sht Soap  means a wonderful saving; of  time and labour in house-  cleaning.  Whether with hot=cr co?d  water, nothing gets the dirt  off so quickly and without  Injury as Sunllgbt Soap.  Sunlight, makes the home  as fresh as new.-  ' r.  Messina Again Shaken    , ," ,  Messina.���Many   &f , the   buildings  that were partially destroyed . by ,the..  -**(i'\vill have an additional  ..������The jTide"1' of  Immigration  Ottawa.���W.?D., Scott,' superintendent of immigration,, has just received  a telegram,from W. J. White, inspector of the United States -agencies   who  |$&'d-, of > white,,'and, tlie bread j.is  now  at  Spokane,   Washington    to  ll'fiht1 golden��� in > color;,' 'But   tlie effect that the-prospects for immi-  n*K*"-*no'differenee in flavor'- graffon   from  'the���-Pacific-   States   to  Canada are beyond'his expectations.  The  office  in-'Spokane is-crowded  with   land , seekers "and   every    train  northward is loaded with homeseekers  .with their-families."' r, -" l��r  -'They-?are hurrying , to "gel on the  bind,,,in . Alberta and, Saskatchewan.,  For the first'three,'months'of this  year, "7;3CO left, which is an Increase  of 50 per cent, over'the same,months  of last year.. ,'<���'", , '* ',  ..Thejncrease in carloads of settlers'  effects is'over; ]00*per "cent.    . t -    ��� '.-��� ���  Lord' Roberts   on   Defence  ,.        .,,.,-- ------ c-~ ,     London.���Lord'Roberts has  written , earthquake that,  devastated   southern'.  hon   and  kidney   trouble'.'    Dr.   Will-   an introduction to a book by Mr. Ar-   '    V,"' w1_cre.,comP1e.eJy demolished re-  lams   Pmk Pills make new, rich blood j nold-P'orster,'   the   late' secretary   ioT\btint'y   bJr severe  shocks,' which ' did ,  (which strengthens every nerve, even*!,war, '"Military   Needs   and   Military ��� great dam����e*   T���� people fled to the  . ,        _-���      . - j   open.    Strange'rumblings  within  the  earth's      depths'    accompanied      the  shocks,   " ���  ^tysf^^^'unend. itself to'the .'con"'  ir^Be^^uisefit'r.wiH, be just, like'  "*^inpttierj?used tb./make," in *���*-'  ^X-i^rdays -ebefore   the* craze,1  je.d-f/iour, cam., into voeue. '  A    '   -"     -     ���  the  foi  lour, came  sUnwritten  History"      ���   "    ^  H|lias.been sorely disappoint-  jocked" the . interest"' out',rof  [Mice; - * '     ,*>       ,i <   ,j ->  Ely. the sp'riiig that's now eri-  Iintr'--:  old  ive "-the  ice.y ' -  inhabitant', a  ���in ,, , < .,     *, -  utterly^ and the fireworks went on  ; '���'*'.��� ',Easy . r  . "My'-sturdy." old grandfather came  over in ��� tho ' steerage. Forty "years  later he *ent-back on the Lusitania/'  Not,so.much.' .1 know,of an-effete  duke who accomplished the same trick  in four -weeks."���Louisville CoUricr-  Journai.    ..���'��� >    , a    v ,. .  . secretary, of the  Slaye'Lake*Power company, who\lms  just returned from Montreal, where  be spent ^some rweek3 in completing  the financial arrangement's just made.  posure or knocking about.    I  finally  'sought the'aid'of a doctor; who said  my system was very much,run down  and,that.the   trouble, might  end. in  nervous .prostration.   As his'medicine  y*enzied'Finahciering    > '' '  aus*,v   Washington ., Johnson  \l's de price ei dern >wat.er-  fflrf Jackson? ,   ,' ���'   '    f    ' .-  Icson (cunningly)-���T��n cents  Sid I piqk"'em;, 20 -cent's'-er  y;ouypick'em,-Mr.Smif.y  ith���All. righC Mr. Jackson.  PIl -fake*, 'fcin   ally arid -you  ef you please!���^-Puck.   j"*  Bias'1' endured '^o long 'or, met  fm'uch ! favor fas-'tParmelee's  P-Pills-.if Widespread.- use ;of  ffaf'teslcd 'their -great value,  Tneed  no   furth'er adVe'rtise-  Frpm Edmonton to Athabasca Landing  ���Edmonton.���One of the first'lines to,,  be built as a result of the government'  guarantee of bonds .will be the O'.N.E.  line -to^Athahasca', Laiiding,, Edmonton's, northern outpost, into the,land  of the greatest fur output in the world.  A paYty of .about thrity men, in charge  of Si; A. Dixon, 'of Winnipeg, left1 for  Morinville to commence the survev of  the^extension'.'of the" C. "N.- -E; line,  from "Morinville to 'Athabasca Landing. .Tin's liiie'has been guaranteed bv  tlie local, government to the extent of  aw . -.-.-   -     ���   ,      f?13,000.per .mile,' and it is'-most prob-  ^at. Is   Rri��d.���Thwer liavel,^'-H-at. -,1 -v$l. be  completed^this  y-pills put upon the,.market   J'��i!,1'    -   - <��� -    '   ... 'j   *..   -' ,  , -s I  feed' upon ��� public attention,   Xtll  a.ur���?0TS y*!11. bfit?-n ^ork .north  "-������---      a , ���   0{ Morinville and will .work northerly  toward'- the, Landing.'" 'it, is expected  that, the. survey will be",'completedM'n  the course of a* month, and thatfvork  will be.started upon the" projected line  k"as ^sp'on, as the frost.^is���6ut -6f the  ground.      \ ,,,     ''���,','  Effort to  Make .Connections d '  Harry',Lauder tells '.of a ctinny Scot  whose neighbor met him flitting.'   The  Scot,had wife and'.children and household-furniture piled atop'a wagon;'and  he was solemnly driving his one horse  along, the street.   "So you're flittin'?"  jsays the neighbor.   '   ,   ,r  r   "I- am..-1'want to be'-near ma work.",  '   .And wh'ere's yor job?'-J>  "I haven't .got onefvet.'"  '��� .   >l ���-'  /--r---���-��� ' rf  , ���    '  ���A, Prime Dressing for Wounds.--fin  some factories and workshops carbolic  acid is; kept, for .use in cauterizing  wounds and,, cuts -sustained by the  workmen. Par better to keep on,hand  a ^bottle 6f Dr., Thbmas' Eclectric Oil.  P..is just as quick ih action and does  not scar the skin or ,burn the'flesh.  There is no Other oil-.that hassits  cuC-'ative, qualities.-     ,      , ,  That Mr. AfcYeill's trip was a'suc-i       w i ,1^ ^t  t !    ���? V" m��"c""  'ssful   one   in- eveiv   sense  'of   the  'd     -���t-.help me, I decided, on the ad-  ord.^may'be gatSd   rom the f ct   Pi?k   PHhTtil?^!'!^ ^T*'  tat   he    has ' ir,tereKf.e.l    lnrrr^   on.ii^ fVnk    Pll}�� .?,  t.naL   'J-   had   ���ed   less  ce'ssful  wor  that he has ' interested -large eastern  Canadian .capitalists in western undertakings of-the character of the Slave  Lake Power,company's..work.',  , >.,._  ic.this, -'���Uaving firmly ostab-  lemselves ' in' publicfesteem,  grank without a peer in the  tandard' vegetable   prr-para-  1^'  3g   ?210  in   1905,   a   malacca  if carved ivory handle, which  .I.tostho late Sir Henry Irving,  Idj'ior $150 at Sotheby's in Lon-  '���iLiniment   Cures  Dandruff.  Jga]By[ia>Vyer���1 wish I had beenjiv  ting Solomon's time.   *  3Jd. Lawyer���Why?  ^5-Lawyerr---He  had   700   wives.  jyjaVithe divorce business'he could  tthrown   in  my  wav.���Syracuse  te-f ���"'   ^  i .  Quicksilver   Find y  Prince Albcrt.-rHemclin's outfit  prospecting1.for a'quicksilver find on  the north bank of the Saskatchewan,  opposite Lost river, report a remarkable find of .pure quicksilverd FoThhv-  ing up traces showing in the river  hank, they came to a pocket containing, some fouT'quarts of mercury.' A  ledge of cinnibnr,. rich in quicksilver,  was discovered tunning hack from the  bunk, and the prospectors think they  have made a- great discovery. -Thirteen claims are'already staked. The  spot is 100 miles below Prince Albert, ���  In the  Public Eyed -,  'Washington Star���And you will not  bp downcast in1 case of defeat?-'  ���Certainly not.   A''man can keep before  the  public^as'a  candidate even  more .effectively than' as an officiald  ,y Deputation to , Visit'Ottawa'  d Edmonton.���E. J. GWnstreet and E.  G. Palmer, members, of the. committee  which .has reported; on. the. advij,abil-,  ity^of ^stablishing^'a chilled meat industry in .Alberta,- leave for Ottawa to  fonnally lay' the---report-, before the  fl'-.i., Sydney Fisher,'minister of agri-'  culture.' FranktWhiteside," of Stettlerl  president of tlie Central Alberta Stock  Glowers' associdtion, also - a--member  of .the committee, will join the deputation at Ottawa. ,';     -'    "  The immigration!'hall is filled and'  the rush of immigrants to this part, of  Alberta, is now .in full swing.' A new  hall, built this spring, is now being  furnished, and <will be ready for use  shortly.", It will'accommodate "about"  firtj more-people-than the present  building.   .   '- '       . 'A;.  than   a'half, dozen   boxes   when   my  -    ,  ,��1  I **r  '   :j ft.  Lord Aylmer Corning to  B. C.  Ottawa.���Lord ,Aylmer and family1*  'are moving to Queen's Bay on Kootenai' Lake, B. C, on Thursday, April'  15. Lord 'Aylmer will reside there  permanently, where lie will engage in  fruitgrowing on-ta farm \yhich he ha?  purchased'dri' the shore of the lake.  may be an island, hut the empire is a  continental power, with vast ., land  frontiersf'in India and in Canada,  which has to be defended,, and for the  defence-of which' we must.Iopk in the  main to the regular army. '.. . .'. Invasion must be met by a force systematically -and  adequately  trained  in  .     ... .   ,     ���-   .all arms, and led by,"officers in whom1  .nealth���was fully restored,,and I think i both their subordinates and their'su-  o��ii0thur' ine<,licinc; ' *;an -equal, these j periors -can place implicit confidence.   uu..,.umu   u  tills when one is run-down and'out of   The question at issue is'not whether fm'unications  '   cii'i       it"        -     '     '      '       '<        the. territorial   army ,will   attain   the    - '"  2 bold *hy all 'medicine dealers or by .'standard  which Mr.' Haldane'hns set!    Edmonton Wants'Carne'gie Library  ���Complaint Against Canadians ",  , Ottawa.���Canadian    Trade  Commis-,  sioner^ '   B^jckerdike,   at   Belfast, '''says,  "Belfast   business   men      complain   of  carelessness and delay on the part,6f ���  Canadian   firms' inj replying'to' com-  '    '    '       Hx '  . *������ .r'-iiv-i  ���r �����-;���:��-1 i,m  f ��      *ii�� I  .-',    '.��.!     Af-5-.jt-l  '   ��� i    ��'���!    H'   <,)Jk\  ��� if '  M.  >"*'B-o^J50;c?nts���,a  hox or Slx boxes} b"efore it, hut whether it will fall short  . m-       ~       ._ of,,the .standard  by which  it will'be  measured in the field.of battle." ���   <  for'.^2.50   from   The   ,Dr.-  Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  .*. '',', 'f '' '-.'.   r*:") "., '.Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure - will1 always  cure   my   coughs ..and1 colds."  .     r       .       '        * '���   , The soil'should produce'double the  '��� average of grains and fodder crops  that it is doing; and if4by intelligent I  study and judgment a man can in  ciease'liis income, he owes a duty tu  himself, his neighbor and his country  to.do so.        ' l  S| he troubled with corns nnd  .rjija-'/ill find in Holloway's ..Corn  rJjEtt"���amplication that will entirely  "-"^ buffering. "��� '  ' The  German Treaty  -Berlin.���The negotiations for a commercial treaty between Canada and  Germany have reached a. favorable  stage, Canada , having declared her  willingness to grant reductions on high  class textile products, drugs, books  - j soaps, artificial flowers, feathers,  wines,   spirits,   ready-made"   clothing  -.A   -No'Change   in   Rate- ���    *  . Ottawa.���Before-'tlie board of railway <>commissioners \;, the.- Canadian  Manufacturers'^association made ,application to have road ..'graders placed  on'the agricultural,implement freight  list,'the reason., given , being that the  farmers of the"west'frequently clubbed  ^together and boughtVoad"graders'."Tlie  solicitor, for .the railways .contended-  that'road graders could not be specified ��� as farm .machinery or.' agricultural 'implements, and that-no change  would be made' in classification.  Minard's tinim'ent for sale everywhere0  By .and by a man gets tired of asking for his daily bread and he insists  uii having pie and cake.  ''        ' The New Tariff r "       ���". ,  Some fifty millions', more', by gum,  'Thus added to our pile,'  Which you'lldaamit'R a tidy sum!  '^But what Just makes us "smile���  The same,wry, smile we've smiled before,     ; ,  -"Our pleasure nothing lacks���  t-Is that the foreigner's not sore  To .have, to'pay'this tax.,  .��� . "'        , Sometimes  '"Sometifes,"' said Uncle Eben, ."de  man  dat  insists  on db'ein', de ' whole  show.ain't got much  respect foh   de  feelin's of de'audience/'    ,  ,..      ..,   '- ' . ��� <>.^,   ,  ' '        -    r " I f ���  -f It takes av whole legislature to  change a" mart's'narrfe,'but one minister, can change a woman's. ' ��� ' a  .j��l '  .,    '   '<��� ��� .���   f*  ������     'A  '  -\ Pointer to  Kissers  ,   Never, kiss, a girl while the scent of  cigarettes is on your -lips, Ior the nexu  fellow   who, comes . along   may   think  s'.io has been doing the smoking.  Social Status       '   ''  'Who are' these people? , Have you  . G. T.  P. Construction  Edmonton.���It is no\v without doubt  that the close of the present year.will  sec the. Grand Trunk Pacific 'completed, and 'construction trains run-'  riing.over the "line as far west as the  Macleod-river. , The grading of the  Transcontinental -'is practically all-  completed to the Pembina, and there  , is only the stretch between the Pembina and the Macleod to be completed.  The steel   head   is within less than '  Edmonton, Alta.���It has' been decided that Edmonton will apply to  Carnegie ..for $75,000 for a public  library.,.    -    -      ,     ' .,-.,.,,,  ���'��.'f|  ,    Big' Lumber Transaction '  Vancouver.-^Tho Abbotsford Lumber'  company, has been sold \o .Tretheway  Bros.; oMTiirrison, for $375,000. The .  proposed sale of the Canadian Pacific  Lumber" Co., of Port, Moody, under  option for,several months,'for half a  million dollars, has "been declared, off.  .y  ��� ���$$  ���$&  ?'���>;< lilt-.  v��   * j    ( . I i - �����*���* 1  A��$l  j *- Km  Still,Cling to Old Name  ������    .     ��� -,    -1      -,        ,���,---..   -,    Ottawa.���-;The proposal to change the,  hrfnrl  T^ed-*?'1-n ��/ ��mont<>^^   na.Be of the Ottawa Liberal-Conferva-''  Sv ��Ji   h! r>    }! " /**$ ^ the   tive' associalion,   by  striking  out-the  Thp  ?liV      Uf  'Way, t0 "widest*   word "Liberal" was withdrawn at the'  Ihe|  foundations   for    the - big    steel   unhualdmeetiiig, oh Monday-..-*'  bridges  that -,will carry the transcon-1   '    '      ���    . ���'       v  tinental    across   the- wide   waters  of --'  the Pembina and Macleod "rivers ,are  already., advanced, and steel,- for -'the  structures .will be rushed through the  moment that' trains ' are able to run  through to the'Pembina, which should  be in July or August.,  ree from  Preparations ,for  the completing' of'' |  d  Ag "t %^      ��t '   -  he last-stretch of grading on the Ed-   I   /47rnnr./' ���  nontbn-Macleod    section,    from    the1 I-**   *'tvv'/lUt. ��  Chairman Mabee expressed   himself I made inquiries as to their standing?"  see how.     "Yes; and they are .Nobodies. 1 have  the  mon  Pembina to tlie Macleod,' are being  made by Foley, Welch - & Stewart,.'  who. have, the, contract lor. that section. . ' '    '  Preparing   For the   Western   Route"  Vancouver.���Mr.     William    Whvte,  of opinion that he could not see notv.i       jus; auu mey are ivoooaics. i navel  a   change   in  classification 'could  be'; inquired   at all  tho  leading detective |          made, but promised, the board- would regencies, and not one member of their i second vice president, of the C. Pfli.,'  consider the matter.'        d j family has ever yet been shadowed." j,arrived   recently,  and  held   a  eonfer-  " v .  ' ���    ence  with  prominent     persons     con-  "                     ���              '            '                    I         BETTER   THAN   SPANKING. nected with the'grain shipment move-  To   Become-Acquainted   With  Canada.     Spauking does not cure children of| ment'via  this port.    Mr. Whyte indi-  L&ndon.���A   movement   is   afoot   to   bed-wetting.   There is a constitutional j catec'   that  the  eoinpauy  would  very  .-.��� ..        *.- ���. j ;.: .    .. shortly begin the erection of elevators,  Pills That Have Benefited Thousands.���Known far and near as a' sure  remedy in the treatment of indigestion and all derangements of the slom-  'ach, liver and kidneys, Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills have brought relief to  thousands when other specifics have  failed. Innumerable testimonials can  be produced to establish* tbe truth of  this assertion. Once tried they will  bt  found   superior  fo  all  other"  pills  organize a parliamentary-and munici-| cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum-  pal 'tour of Canada next 'autumn:'1 niers, Box W. I., Windsor, Ont.,'will  .Percy Allien. Liberal M. P. for Totten-j send'free to anv mother her successful  ham, is taking the initiative in res- home treatment, with full instruc-  ponse to the expressed desire of Earl tions. Send no money but write her  Grey, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and thc| to-day if your children trouble you  mayors-of the principal towns of thej in this w.iv.    Don't blame the child,  !lil Man���Yes; pay day.-  "L.ible Talk.    - ���  MUsCU^  ]s��I   can   truthfully say  it I believe that, but for  j-iiiie of your Emulsion  mid long since have  in my grave.   I was  -B^-^ork���*ou!dnot walk  ">hill, without  coughing  WW Lard."   .  jjcHS, and much more was  jgmt.i by Mr. G. W. Hower-,  g*KC 1 irk's Gap, W. Va. We  "'"lid ike to send you a full  , _    ��-f his   letter,   or  you  si-jft  *��� us   really ^marvelous,  jt'i*- ��� nly one of tlie many  3g��jtf?i   Miat  Minister Denounces Governors  Toronto';���Earl   Grey   and   Sir   Mor-  timercClarke were denouueed by Rev.  W.   B.   Findlay   at  a  meeting  of   the  Toronto Presbytery for patronizing the  Woodbine race meet.     The moderator  ... , -���   requested Findlav to bring the matter  electric phaeton she drives at such a j before  the   chair  formally  in   resolu-  British   Govt.   Criticised   by Standard j [a'e ".hat,she keeps the police trappers   tion.    It was done,-and  after  heated  Optimism ..,...���,     .,,,.���-,     .^cv.. .........  faTin Man���Do you hear the clock! and "porcelain."   Whllcrin'return^'Gw-1 in, .l,ie  treatment of the  ailments for  _-f.ti��king?   'Do   you   know   what'many   would  grant     a   'reduction  of | whlch thoy llre P^scribed  Jt-Js't-ver bringing nearer? duties     on     agrteultural  implements,] 0      .      ',     j    -Mel-   typewriters,   cattle,   agricultural   and       ,       Previously   Inexperienced  horticultural produce. ' |   ."Since ?fiss Ann Teek has had her  Dominion. Premier Asquith is evincing the strongest sympathy'" with the  proposal.  London.���Discussing the . Franco-  Canadian treaty, the Standard regrets  the -substantial reduction in the British preference, and lays the blame on  the present British government for-its  obstinate refusal 'to consider a reciprocal arrangement which would have  the effect of converting the present  generous, but voluntary, and to that  extent precarious, preferences into  others of a more binding nature.  ?usy.  "Why does she do it?"  "She  says, it's so exciting  chased by a man!"���Tit-Bits.  to     be  'r*  "')  lit  m$r<  &��  most   strengthening,  ���'italizing preparation  ���'odd.    Even in that  ���ibborn of all,diseases  uption) it does won-  nd   in   less   serious  i   such   as   anemia,  is,  asthma, catarrh,  of   flesh   froth   any  he   effect   is   much  -���J.    Out n bottlo i.f SCOTTT8  ���bo .are it's tfOOXT'S   and  Kitchener   Will   Visit  Canada  London.���An interesting announcement is made by the war office that  Lord Kitchener, who retires shoitly  as comm:indcr-in-*rhif-f of the forces in  India, will, on tV> way home, visit  Australia and cross Canada from the  I'acilie lo Montreal, stopping off at the  principal cities. Lord Kitchener is  now  tho senior active general  in  the  j combined forces, British and Indian.  I Of the field marshal's list, three out  of eight have held supreme command  i in   the   En��t   Indies,   these   being   Sir  I Frederick Haines, now in his 90th  year; Lord Roberts and Sir George  White. ITe is succeeded by Sir  O'Moore Creagh.  .  a  To Pneumonia  It often cannot be cured but it can be  the chances arc it can't help it. This  treatment also cures adults and aged  people troubled with urine difficulties  by day or night.  Be Cautious! ^  The hardier varieties of hammocks  will soon be blooming on the front  porches once more, but they should be  used cautiously by people who don't  like pneumonia.  Since May, I9Q6, AyerVSar-  saparilla has been entirely free  from  alcohol.   If you are in  poor health, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor about raking this non-alcohol/c tonic and  alterative.   If he has a better  medicine, take his. Get the best  always.   This is our advice.  -r f: '' nm  v��� ' '-J  ���>��� "~--&'f  . l, rl' -   *.lk-  *��        "j,',   ;'��.*{?*%;  A   .  ',' <A<M  k  f     - A*V     ' r >&  "   -ill  m  -.Va publiah our formulas  >er's  *W* banUh alcohol  from, our madloiscb  "W"�� izrr* yon to  eounuU your  doctor .    ;  ' '^  here on a site reserved for the put-  pose some ypars ng'o, and expected  considerable interest in the project to  convey the'wheat via the Tepuantepec . , ....  railway across Mexico. He is san- A -��-*-6e'sh uYcr mf-��ns a coated tongue,  guine of conditions this vear in Can- * bed breath, and constipated bowels,  tula, and looks forward to a marked The question is. What is the best thing  access   of   prosperity   throughout   the   �� do under .uch circumstances i��" 'Ask  1 '-���?!  ; i  "t-*  Pacific coast  ���OCad* by th* J. 0.1/w Co., Lowell. BCaa.  discussion the resolution was laid over  until next meeting,  Proposed   Cold   Storage   for   Fruit  Brandon,     Man.���W.   A.  Lang,     of  Canada's Timber Limited  . Ottawa.���R. S. Young, superintendent of the Dominion lands, before the  new commons committee on forests,  waterways and water powers, of which  Mr. Sifton is chairman, made the' remarkable statement that the mer��  chantable timber of Canada was very  much   less   than   that   of   the   United  Repeat   it:���"Shiloh's Cure  will  always cure my coughs and colds."  i States.  ���   '  !    He said  that various estimates had  .   ���.   '     .    ,. ,  -.   ,. , , i been  made  of  the forest area of  the  di. f/'n,        ??   ffnn Pr��;   Dominion at f.om 800.000,000.acres to  P ���",,-,'   r    W   , ,  ~ t"�� 2;nd   n   better, distnbn ion      of   ,00,000.000 acres,  but it was probable  Peachland    B   O,   formerly  of  Bran-, PoP^ation will niakc thivn ploasanter   lhat the value would bc iess t lan anv  don,  is returning from  a  trip  to  Ot- ] country to live in, and the last would i ost,linate  tawa, where he has been for-a month' go a long way towards regulating the'  pressing for support from the govern-'' first.  ment for a big cold storage system for  Regarding  the water  powers of the  Dominion, he >aid that apart from On-  crude.  iorse  ( tario    information    was    verv  ���  -���--������  - *"��� wc ..u. tu uui il id., ue   ,      ,       t.    ��� .       r j   it   i n,^*���~i   ii i -ii   r ,. hi iu    iiiiuriuiitiuii    wits    verv    crutie  prevented. I f���-t-    It "  proposed     to     establish      1 rotect  the child from  the  ravages, However   he estimated the total horst  w���V��� i ^ *u a. ��� . ! plants ot about ten points n Br tah of .worms bv using Mother Graves' ���,���Tt�� r,!i aica uie una t ioth  ,nH r?r.' tT ��� i S "r'����*V> '. Columbia. Mr. Lang snys the fruit! Worm Exterminator. It is a standard P����,7 known t0 be avflll��ble ^ '2a-  and care taken in selecting effective '    ,���,i������*-������   ������   n,���   ni. ���������    -;,..,-���.i������,l,.    ���.���i    ���   ���f   ..������������   .    ...   '082,907.  A Perfect  CUP OF TEA  IS   OBTAINED  BY   USING  Lead   Packets  Only. At  all  Grocers  30c,   40c,   60c,   and  60c   per   pound  fa"  ig effective  treatment such as Dr. Chase's Syrup  of Linseed and Turpentine.  While consumptives are being taken  care of and tuberculosis is being conquered who "is going to fight pneumonia, which seems each year to  claim more nnd more victims. ���  II is the children and older people  who yi<*ld most readily to this disease  production   of   the   Okanagan   district'remedy,   and   years  of   use   have   en-.  alone within four years will be over  six thousand cars a season.  Ultimatum   to   Japan  Tokio, Japan.���The viceroy of Manchuria has revived the demand for the  withdrawal   of  Japanese     troops   and  police along the Antung-Mukden rail-  MCKENZIE'S  ���������� ,,.,��� ,���0.?b ,e.-u.,.v io wild uibf-aaic, i ^.���v    Jnoan ncnin ha��. refund to com-   **   som('   Per"->n   *-th   ftn   established  but with the system run down or from      ,}���   Japan asain nit!, reiusca w com-. ,   ,. ,        .���,,.      ������,,      ...  A More Daylight, for Calgary  ., Calgary.���The board of trade have  just received a communication from  iVL Y, McLenn.dM. P., chairman of the.  daylight committee' of the . House of  commons. Ottawa, to whom ..the daylight, bill has hnnn referred. The letter  asks that the'Calgary board of trade  take it,,-up at their next meeting and  pass a resolution and advise the committee what, the opinions-, of the board  of trade is regarding :'this proposed  ��� legislation.  Midame Moojeska Dead ,  Los Angeles, Cal.���The death has occurred of Mine. Helena Modjeska,  who had been' on her death-bod for  three;- weeks. The end came on her  beautiful ranch, "Anion," in Orange  county,  Cal.     ',  General  Booth Coming  London.���General Booth proposes a  tour of Western Canada and thence to  the' United States this year.  undue exposure it is to be looked fori P'>r w--h the demand in view ot the  iv- the result of anv severe cold on the ' trf'!lt>' s-'pulations for guarding rail-  chest and  hint's.   " ! wa>*s anf- OTI "ie ground that the An  While the doctors are experimenting  with cures why not d ) all we can to  prevent this dreadful ailment by taking every cold seriously and using Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine to allay the inflnrnmation of the  bronchial, tubes, to aid expectoration  and to keep the cough free and loose.  This great medicine has a thorough  and far-reaching action, which is not  obtained from ordinary cough medicines, arid this is why three bottles of  it are sold for one of any similar  treatment. It has. proven its extraordinary value in the cure of coughs,  colds, croup, bronchitis and asthma  and people -have, learned to trust it.  implicitly and to keep it constantly at i f  hand. a 'I  Mrs.  F.  Dwyer. Chestervillc,'  fung  railway is a branch  line  of the  South Manchuria railway.  Naval   Conference   Not   Requested  London'.���Replying- to a question in  the House ..-of Commons, Premier As  hanced its  reputation. i      r*. >   r> . a    ���  . .-.  ' , '        Germany's Proposed Aerial Fleet  be^herd-oTt"';reWnthan?crl:��^d^��=��� 'iio the:  because ttiei don t need it so much.      ������,.���   corrospondcnt   of      ufe   Daily  ... ' Mail, the construction of enough Zep-  Mmards Liniment relieves Neuralgia ! pelin,  Gross and  Parscval airships to,  ~ '" j moke   possible   the   stationing   of   at i  It might cheer things up somewhat   least one at every frontier and const!  fortress, in addition to those built foi j  service   with   the  field   armies.       The  ministry of war is experimenting with  a View   to   using   aerial   cruisers    for  offensive purposes and  is testing dif-  rc-putation    for    trufh     and  would see the first robin.  veracity  ^'.h'ctX-tLTL-rrn   /H:   tree, or gets in the notion of backing  quitlv stated   that  no  desire  bad  yet   l](nvn a |ra(le ?��  been expressed by the colonial govern-,    ���N      Whenever rl.-try'to   say   the  The   Rub  "So_ aufomobiling has no more  ter-,'ferent  types  of  shells  to  be  dropped  from airships. The kniser has ordered  a thorough investigation of the air:  ship invented by Kerr Veck, an Elber-  feld engineer. ;  '  rors  for you?  "None whatever!   Excepting���that 1  still���lose my nerve a little." .', '  "When   she . collides   with  a  sturdv  rrients for a special conference respecting the naval defence of the empire  If such a wish was expressed the gov  eminent would give it immediate and  respectful attention.  Volunteer Teachers ���'. ���  Ottawa.���In  parliament, in-reply ��� to  Mr. Ames, Sir Frederick Borden said  i the   Volunteer   Bounty  act  did      not  Ont   | ftpply to Canadian volunteer teachers  writes:    "My little girl of three year's   dminS the South African  troubles or  had an attack of bronchial pneumonia  My husband' aind I thought she was  going to leave this world, as her case  resisted the doctor's treatment. After  tlie first two doses of , Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine the  child began to'get better, and we are  thankful to say is now well again after  seven weeks' illness." 25 cts. a bottle  at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  Co, ;'  anyone in'a civil capacity.-  Douks Leaving for British Columbia  Yorkton.���Two; hundred and fifty  Doukhobors are walking from their  villages along the. C.'N. Rll to.Broadview, on the main line of the C. P.R.,  where they will take the train for  British Columbia, where Peter Vere-  g:n has large holdings and intends to  start another .colony.  'driver' in French."  Present .China With a Dreadnought  Vancouver.���Chinatown has a naval  agitation-of its own on at present.  The Chinese are planning the raising  of local subscriptions to aid the Pekin  government in its project for establishing a navy for China. Since the new  government took hold of the reins of  office at Pekin .there have been copious  outpourings'of reform projects, but of  all, the scheme for reorganization of  the navy has leaped into sudden popularity that threatens to eclipse all  other' national movements.  SELECTED  FOR  THE   WEST.  Sold  by every  wide-awako  mciehant.      Insist on  McKENZIE'S  PURE   SEEDS.  and if your dealer cannot supply, send your order to us-  direct.   , ��� Address  BRANDON  Of  write   -^AKsARI  FOR              ^^LTAS  CATALOG. ��� ��� ��� ,. r-x.-:  A. E. IPKENZfE CO., LTD.  Nova Scotia Strike Ended .  Halifax.���Tlie strike of miners at  Port.',Hood coal mines, as a result of  a dispiue over working conditions  being tii ore difficult in some portions  of the mines-. thau: in others/was  settled, and 350 men returned to, work.  The conditions of work, however," are  much the. same-as-"before the strike.  The strike lasted about three weeks.  *'.?s,*.*y;&v,-.:-S&.rf,��  ���TVill reduce Isdamsd, straln^ri,  ���Tvollen Tendons, JLtnnu*eni��.  nlnscles or Urulae*. Cur�� tlia  J.Hmeiieaa and atop pnln from a  BpIliit.Side lions or Done Spuvln  Ho Mliter, no htilr gone. Horaa can b��  n��ed. Horse Book 2 D free. W.W) a  bolt]-, at dealer*, ordelrarod.  ^ABSOKBINE.JK.,forinanktnrt.��.  Re.lncea S'.ratuod Torn X.lj"ameuu,):n.;  lareed rlan.li, Telna or mnaclra���heala  nlc^n���(Ultra p.\ln. Bonlt Yr*��.  VI. F. YOtlNS, P.O.F.. 117 Wofimoulli St., Spruiolidd. Max*.  I.VJI.IN. HI^S A CO., Xr.ntn.^1, l��n��di��)i X(rf.U.  Alt frintMid if martin �����/���..*   Wynnm ��Jb�� Wln��lr*3t  A* Natloxi! Ont * OAamloo.' Co,,' WImJdh/ W CaJg-t  W.  N.  U. No. 737.  M- V.,A  '*t��'>��.  ,3  ,4\.-  - ""-a* '"''  '-  .?>..  'J  -4  'r>>- *> k�� :%,**'.. ,  ������-Tl .*.".-&? ,'A,i ,"  .  ^:t E1<# "1 '  ^-T-T.,      "j*        fV ->      '       ">       al J  j.   ������>    *J &>. V tf I*   t <  THE LEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLU��gft-��  - '- '4  TBE HIE LEADBB.  -iff.;'.' -si  ���V��L *' '4.'*' ".^.   ������'  jpalliahed in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTg. Pubusheh.  JUTS    Or    aSU-BCSHTIOlS  SATURDAY, APRIL, 21 1909.  DEEP MINING.  On the subject of deep raining  the following from  the Phoenix  Tibiec-r will bo read with usforefT  '.       * ��� , .  by .Moyie People: '   ,  "The olily de p mining in   ��his  ' province is at TtosslawVaud   the  history'of sonie of tho properties  fin  that'camp is   interesting   'in  .this connection.   The Lo Hoi Two,  ..originally known" as/the Josio;  after,-being developed ' 30Q�� feet  ' was pronounced a' failure, 'the  lead' having''pinched .out; yet  when taken hold", of and'backed  jby capital it. has proved a bonanza,   earning' enormous ,  divid  leates are  .Were we perfect, which jtre are not, medicines would  not o��tea be needed. But since oyr systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through  indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages',  tli rough countless generations, remedies ore needed to  aid Nature in correcting our inherited ant! otherwise  acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach  weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is  nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden -hiedt-ca! Discovery, a glycerio compound, extracted, from native medicinal roots���sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For  Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain ia the Stomach after eating,  Heartburn, Bad Breath, Uj-Jcfun^ of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal  Derangement**.', the "Diacpyery" is a lime-proven and most efficient remedy.  The  genuine  has   on   Its  outside   wrapper tha  '   Signature'  You can't cSbrd to aeoej-t a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-nlco-.  Lolic, medicine "of known coMrosiTio>��, 'not even though the urgent dealer may  thereby make'a little bigger profit.    ' ' ,  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant, Pellets regulate and .invigorate stomach, liver and  bowels.    Sugar-coated,  tiny granules, easy to take as candy. ,  I. O. O. F.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall  ou   Victoria   Bixeet.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordiull? invited.  CflAS. T. White        F. J. Smyth.  Nobli- uiund.  M'cj y  b't. Kuffcne I.otlK�� N��>. 3��*  K.   Of P.  ,ij . Meets evtry Thursday  "* " "'j evening    in    McGregor  P' liallal S  i-'clock.   Vit-  iiiiii* brothers invited.  B. E.  Taylor,  Chancellor Com.  E. A. UlLI.  K. R.anri S,  The, Big- Tunnel...  Active work has already com-  niencad on the construction of the  big Green wood Phoenix tramway  fcnnnel; following tha< unanimous  endor-sation of the property own*  ners of Greenwood city to.' give a  bonus of $50,000 for the carrying  out of the project, the voting upon which took place last Wednesday. " Twenty- three .per cent 'of  che bonus is to be paid when the  tunnel reaches a-distance'bf 3000  feet; '��-0 per cent of 0090 feet 'and  the balance when the oity limits  of Phoenix are"reached, a distance  of three miles. ' The' undertaking  will involve ,. the 'expenditure  of  ends.   At the War 3? vgle, In 'the {some"   three  million  dollars,  but  ..     1  J,  Several lots in  Block 12  still  for sale at  Selkirk   todgr,  U. I>.  A. V.   &   A.M.-     ,  ' Regular meetings  on the first .Wednesday of each  month.  yisitjng brethorn welcomed.      v  \,_     ,�������� G. T. .McGregor, W* M.  '   D.'A. Ayres, Secretary.  Shoe    Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No! 71 vv. F.'of M.  ' . r  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning - members  are cordially invited to attend.'' ' ��� t  Malcolm "McNeill James 'Roberts  A,,    President.-'   -       .,        Secretary  THE CANADIANS  OF COMMERCE  K. A. SMITH}  SHOEMAKER,  MOYIE,  jr. a  ,'     '   ���  ' STOP, AT'THE  < ��  COSMOPOLITAN  i-ftff^  i  Jong, said to v average $35 to the  ion was opened up last week on  the 1 (loo-foot* level. This would  Indicate that " deep .pining ��� in  British Columbia pays, and pays  richly. The ore ..it? said to 'run  down similarly' in the Coeur  d'Alenes., "lb either - increases < io  ��� aize or in value, and often both."  Watch j\loyie growr.  mineralized zone that had bore  crosscuts is one that lia�� the considerable work done on ia a - more  or .less crude and-expensive way,  yet it has produced ov&r ��&OO,O00.  The Sfcrathmore, where the portal  of'die "tunnel will' be, has' tlio  record of producing the richest  and finest ore in British Columbia.  Now is the time to  "buy and build.  Harvey,    McCarter  &  " \ ' Maedonald.     v \  ^ l> '        I A (1 ^ *1       |  , Barriatera? Solicitors, Notaries', Etc.  ? "V   .      ���     .     ��� - ,'���    "  Oranbrook. ,-   -   B.C.  \  The building boom i? pa.  v   "J*     '   <  1 lloyie wasuever.so prosperous.   ^-&-. ���  -  What about that teirfor the  firehGUr'        "���    ,'. ������',, ' ^   . '     '   ' ,  Ores for Seattle.  W. F, GTJRI),  f     -WHEN IN        . ".'<r .  .  '        , '  '��        A>  ,.r    ,    /. CBANBROOK  K. ET. SMAttf Manacer." ' ,    ,    <-  '   Good rooms, good ��� tableu and-bilr  and-first class sample rootns.,t "  r  .' A  SNAP���-The right  .to  -a . '   ��y   ,   .  1G0' acres1   of  laud, an , the  Moyie Vall,ey, withijiea short 'cr'anbeook.  distance of Oitrzon Junction'.:  $350 handles it! ' >, ���   \-  Wm. Jewell.  3JAKKIST3SK,'.SOtICITpK, ETC.  Bi C  Call on or  write,*  Koofcenaian:  G. O.'Buchanan're-  ports good progress in the gathering together of a  representative  collection of ores cfrom   this   dis-,  trict for exhibition at'the Alaska-'  Yukon-Pacific   .Exposition.'  '.He  st-ites that the Dominion,;, author-'  ities'will not allow a locaLman to  bake charge of the exhibit afc  the  ftir.   This was done on  a  former  Afoyie'a board of trade is   bad"y I occasion  and  the '.representative  in need'of ali tile liquid  elecfcricM was mainly engaged  in  boosting  It is  a wise   prospector   who  k^ci'B's }iis own stakes.'  ,  Oa& of the loading   questions.  When will the ice go ou,fc of the  lake?      ' '        .   ������*-,   On account of their  blond haii  * ���  a western Irishman   calls Swedes  ''whifcecaps."  &%*&���< '^rz��- ���"\. ���,  When, the slavs at Fernie cele*  brate there' is usually a call for,  tho police and a doctor before the  affair ends.  lH^fdMr-aP#^'    V1'  Lowery says the prosperity of  *.      ��     '       . ��� . -  a mining camp can   be sized up  a a tl T * ���  by counting the number of times-  ... c  you are asked to drink.  M8W  m  y< A- A4-i*s  |.\ ,i* j-;k ,.'  t'A'M! ''  ��� yl I  a.  Instead  of doing  tlinjs  thert  , -   ���     ���     i .        i ���  are  lots    of   men    who just sit  around and make a specialty   of  knowing    how they   should    bt  clone.  properties in tho sale of which  he was interested and the depart;  ment came in for-some C6nsure"in  the matter. '        >'  ���\  E.OX 4 -.  MOYIE  i,   u,   ,. _    ��� ,  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that we intend  bo apply to the' Superintendent  if Provincial Police, after thirty  days from the first appearance of  this notice, for the transfer from  ourselves to Alex Campbell of the  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  -vt the Cosmopolitan Hotel in  Mjyie, B. O. -  LUted this 22nd day, of. April, A.  D. 180ft.  1    ��� ' I-iANSOME &   CAMPBELL  St.  Joseph's \ Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  -iioardi'ng and Day School conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial' and .business  cour8es~ar specialty. Excellence and  swift progress cbaracteaize each department. Parents' should write for  particulars. One'month assures ,the  public the   thoroughness   of   the,  Sisters' methods of- teaching. Terms  commtnee January, April and Sepl  Pupils are admitted duriae term.  BUY  Y-OT5FR  3A  its  W  '  ff-t.  If'  2        ->    ^ a ,     ..  ft   4  I   ,'  i   \ ���  i '> *    y  y  i i,  "1    f  The time for a general cleanup  of the town is here. Several  have been ab woik already re  moving the'rubbish from theii  back yards and treating theii  places to a coat of paint, but  there is yet plenty of work to Le  done. Moyie should be made a  "city beautiful," and, the only  way to do this'is to get to work  and do ifc. Get the eld cans and  rubbish carted away and burned  as quickly as possible', and give  the town an attractive appear  ance, instead of. being an eyesore  ��� .o-^������'���  This   is the way an exchangT-  ���tmggest's  to make, one of   thosi  new   fangled   hats    for    ladies:  Turn a peach basket upside down,  set a bunch of radishes or a  bou  quet of olives on its top, lay carefully  and   tastefully beside    tht  rim of the hasket a grapefruit oi  pear.    Stand, away 10 yards, elost  the eyes half way and a good  impression of   the   new   model    i  gained.   Also turn a coal scuttle  lij.side down c|,nd varnish i-fc wifcb  stove polish. 'Yes,' ma'am, eom*  &f Xixx ar;e bJaei aud shi -y.  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  K| Confectionery  PROM  A. B. Stewart  DR. F. B.f MILES,  Cranbrook,  B,- 0.  George'H Thornpson, *  *;.'  ������ i   "- a   *    ���   '-..V'ts.    .'   . .; '���  ^ BaRRISTKH, rfOLrClTOR '  ������  ���    ,    ' ,   tary I^dblic;&c.j      ,   ">.  CEANBROOK.y";' BtttpLBit Columbia  -* "'    . ,  r *' *���' '    . ' j    i* * i     ,  W'.'R-.'BEA.TTY^ //.'''  E.mbalmer and Undertaker^"       '  Phone 9.T.   , '   CEANBROOK  The Air Aristocratic  U what young men. ace keen for.  ���3 Correct dress helps a lot to achieve  it.  ���9 Well made-clothes are sold everywhere.  ^ ^e// StyletLQlothes are as rare as  White Blackbirds.  ^ Wc stake everything on  "  Style"  Distinction  j: :'. Q'Qod: Form  that's \vjiat makes Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in faypr; of tHe young men.  ^ Tailored-to b'r<3iec' from $ 12 to $30.  *5 Money back for any reason.  ' On sale by  ���JvW. FITCH  FRESH   AND   CUBED  Se  er  GENTLEMEN���    -  If you want a stylish,  up  j to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  1 We  guarantee all  Our Work.  ���    Cleaning,      repairing'and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  G. A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. &  AXD  P.  gg��  BURNS di GO  | LimitecjL  MOYIE, B. :'&  T. T. McVitt.icC.E.,        PL. S, II^.Y. Parker, C  McVITTIE & PARKER  Pl'pVINCIAL LaNI?. SCBVEYINO^  KAIT.WAY   &   MINJNe    BNOINEBKING  ^^,_��stjmates Furnis!ie;(l.|  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25,  Cranlorook P. O. Box 11.  DE8ADI.-SIEK     BROS,   Pops.  Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of aicommodatipn.  Headqufi)-ter,a, for.   Commercial aJid-.MiDiugMen.  Ql.T-ENS  A-Vam.'E,   . MOYIE, B. 0  , -Express and Gener-  ,'al    Delivery * Busi-1 '  . ness.'  ,, Livery-? and '',  Feed Stable. \- ^,  WOOD   AND"   COAL  ��� < i*.  .  , For,Sale   "/���.,.;'  i'   . , ' - f  '   ,    ' LcRVO,Ordors at-u        ,d ��� ,  .���  ...  CV   Gwynne's'Store."   e" , ���s- '  ' -.'^"^    i '       '  . .'.''''  Moyie,     , <  British fGc-iumbia.  HEAD   OFtlCn, TORONTO  B. E. WAXKER, President  ALEXAKDEli LAIRD, General Mansgor  ^-STAIii,  'SUE*.  Paid-up Capital,,  Reserve Pun(1{ . fi  Ult  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United Stat  COUNTRY BUSINESS^T^'it> ^o^"  ,   ,  ' ,     r   others, for ti,c t,...      2rB*!  bunking- business.     Sales notes will be cashed or t-,| . factlOlof|  BAN.KING.BY HIAfl. ���"���."-b.^  ''"OWita;  way with equal .facility.-  CRANBROOK-BRANCH.'  ���BJ.BE  <f k. w.  Largo assortment ol Gb-parts.rfnd'Baby Carrj  'A.    "'.'"���-   >.--"'',/'*��� varices'from *-$5 un.  ^���:Y.CjAi?raiiv8  S  ���  .-*     *r  SEND' T.OUB'1 '*WOKK. TO' .THIS  ��� " -  ���i a   t ..������>,.'  �����. , ijr,        ., .    .L -�� y.>    -  ���  ;::,,,-p0TENAY^;  \    STEAM v ::;"-:  LAUNDRY.  .^NELSON  All White Labor  Laave work with.the.. local agent  A, B.  STEWAKT.  O. P.-DESAULNIER'  DEAIEH  IX  V- ., A    -r    ',     V   . v   �����   <;       ���       -/-'A   ', .. , .,     ^ -     j  At,       'tc. yd - ,t'.fi���,��r y ,' .       *v   >        *  fa,' ."- '���''-' 'i I' ' .P-s ���'��doi.b3ri ihetpreserit brewer if admhtdlji)  p-t'f***-^w'Xit^^^Aeer1in'-^^t''K^'t9^y- )vitl- theBsS]  ���* *-*if^"-A ���" ��� >"fond1 the purest iSrtjnng Water it ii uneicelkdif  K "'/-,'" f/f W"ali*ty-VriWiaUon^ Moyie Beerfv'i|  k.      *-   '       '*^ VA>A,     W , - *' '.,'':  JULIUS. MUELLER; PE0P.  g*��odee��M��09��os*s<i����6a����e-St999*s>9<8eecHr��e��^  I  0  PKOMPT DELIVERY.  aueens' Ave.-     MOYIE  B. C. Steam Laundry  CRANBROOK.  Give our work a   trial   aud   lent.  I work  with,  Mrs. Sophie  Sall&trom.  Agent,  MOYIE, B. O.  YIE; ���-HOTEL  ,    P. F.ZJ.ORMST0J*  This Hotel is New and well Furnished |  Tables are Supplied with the EesiJJ  r     Market affords. The Bar is Filled ��J  V the Best Brands of Liquors and C#j  ������    t,   HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAl-  AND MINING MEN  M.OYIII ��� i_i -      -   ��� -. _  �������e��<se���<>eoe9o��oee��e��o����*ft��o���*&9��se��^-*  ESSE3ZSSZ2S  ART  PICTURES  PICTURE  FRAMING  THEPHOTOGffAPliER  SUCCESSOR   TO  PREST PHOTO CO.  CRANBROOK  SlSSSSgmaWmmiMfSiximi^SSrima*  V  hOTICK,  CRANBOOOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF 'SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KSIOTKNAY.  TAKE NOTICE that RoMrt Campl)eHof  ���Moyie, 15. C. occnpntlon, Merchant, i^iteudri to  apply for pcrini'ssloii to purchase the following  described lqnVjs: '   A  Bcglnuiiig;at the S.W. Corner of Lot No. 2.17J  Group otic;.theuco West four bhaius and fifty  -ilx liuks (i.5S); tbejice Nr'rth Forty ChainB  (40); th fence East Twerity.-one'Oh at tis" (21) more  or leas to east side of Movie Lake being the  western boundary of Lot No.. 2375; thtnee fol-  lowlug the w.esfern boundary of lot No. 2375 in  a southerly dirocMoii to place of besinning, con-  sistlug of-;fifty (50) acres more or less,  Dj,TED;,Aprjl.lCtli,1200.  ,     ItOBEHT.CAMrE��LL  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now undar   new  .-.��� manageniB'nt, and is first class  in every respect.  B.E,  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street. JMOYIR  Spring is Here  Thos. Summers  CiBare, dljobacco,   Fmifc and  Confectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS   ETC.  South Victoria   St.  now  is the  time for  every good citizen  of  Moyie    to   think    o  building and   improving their town. I  SEE  CALDERBROS.  . CSSSBS1         THE   MOYIE   lONTBACTpItS. A*  ��� Estimates  eUcerfulIy A^cXl'  ih in.HLp  &  SEE  for bargains in  Real  Ba^tftl  ~r*   rf����r.  totM

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