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The Moyie Leader Apr 21, 1911

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 ^>/v^%vvvsrN>ys>v^>^  WATCH REPAIRING  sati5fieB tfce ��ost exacting.  5 . T��Y US.  Wilson, the Jeweler.  c R A  H ��B   ROOK  ^ww-v  VM >AV.ir\V��M WW  *>  <��   If you want to see and read with   \  \ comfort get a pcir of <  X WILSON'S GLASSES    ��� S  ��� IrV. H. Wilson, jeweler, optician.v.  fcRANBROOK*  ./���x-VW^rVAA/",  J  VOlTh-NO. 3.   T^y^u Save Money,    Get Certain Values  " d enjoy the finest .service  the  world  cuT give when you  a"      Buy Through Our MAIL SYSTEM.  it0 communication with, us, ,by sending for-our illus-  CL d catalogue, which will be sent to you free upon request,  ^rirrv tlie most select stock of wedding gifts - in 'tlie 'west.  Write to-day   . , , ,    ,  Henry Birks & Sons, Limiied,  jewelery mail order house.' Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.  , VANCOUVER, B. C.,  MOYIE, B. C., FRIDAY, ArUIL 21, 1911.  ;2A YKAK  a-:  Get  trfl  V  GENERAL FLOAT  The theatrical company afcCres-  ton is soon to be reorganized.  The Ice Cream Season  will'soon open.   - Keep your eyes open  for the  ��� yellow tubs which stands for HAZLEWOOD,  the best,cream in the market.  .jE3. -civ.'���ci-WiE'KraNrH-.  Creston is looking forward' to ''a  big Labor- Day celebration. '    ���,  Penticton is planning to build  a $10,000 concrete city hall,    '   ,   '  ' The'Beattie-Murphy   Company  have opened a drug atoie at Elko.  The last of the ice , on ' Moyie  lake went out on,the morning of  Easter Sunday. ���, <  Tlio C..P. It. will  bridge over G-pat  this spring.  build  River  a   steel  canyon  'The coming of the Royal bank  at KamToops .makes ,the fourth  bank,in that city.       s   ,  _3TAKI.ISHKD   !-*�����  Head Office  Beale rfj'T-Jl'well,  ���. INSURANCE   and MINING  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  ���       .'. .  v -i ?   CRANBROOK,'B: C  MOYIE   BEER  A, made by the present' brewer is 'admittedly the ��� Best Bee  ���r_.*-..-^   With the'Best Malt and the Purest Spring ."N i  ^Kooteuay.- . With the Best  unexcelled for-quality.    Innlat on having^Moyie Beer  ,    (   JUOTTL.KD   ANI)   UUAKT   HKEK.  :;'���������'���..���j>foy^'.'i*RE^!NQ  \-._U_U.*���-' fcrHESSE,  Beer' in  ater  East  it  is  gBi-U-l 1.IM '���  __co-sri_3  '  '.li Off��riarV��T AttracUTt.Price. On AllTheir   '  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  25 per cent  discount will be-given offevery piece for the next 'month  Here Is Your Chance.  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD  Cranbrook  ,.There are no less;tha'n 4.0,000  practicing dentists in the United  States and Canada.  < <-  -��  "The cannery at Sum'raerland,  will in future can peas, beans and  tomatoes, iu addition to fruit^,  The Nickel Plate mine near  Iledley, is paying dividends at  tiie rate of 20 per cent, a year.  The C. P. R. hotel at Banff will  open on May "15.' It has been  much improved during the winter.  %., _ ���        -���:  ^Mvs. Murphy will give a masquerade ball in the Crestdii audi-  torium on the evening of May 1st,  "Aliek Lauder, brother of the  ��aniou8THan;y Lauder, is > also fv  comedian and singer and is touring the country.    , - i  It takes eighty people to make  all tbe parts of a fountain pen  and to put them together. The  pen .must go through eighty different processes before it is ready  for use.    Will Take Murphy' East  Imperial Bank of Canada  Favors Deep Mining  G. 0. Buchanan, Dominion-commissioner of lead bounty; for  many years president of the Associated Boards of Trade of , Eastern British Columbia, is of the  opinion that the new deep mining  movement, recently inaugurated  .throughout the Kbotenays, was  all that was required to put the  district in the front rank of metal  producers.    Said he:" ,      >'  ', "One of the moat significant examples of the result "of deep and  scientific mining is furnished by  the Rambler-Cariboo, which was  worked from the top of the hill  until it could not be worked in  that way any'longer. r Tho directors issued 75,000'shares of new  stock and ran a tunnel nearly . a  mile long. Now they have all  kiuds of,ore and their stock has  risen to four.times the price it  commanded 18 months ago.       s' i.  VThe Standard mine'-atr Silver-  ton, after,, JO years of development work,- mostly'done near the  surface, suddenly stands revealed  as one "of the big silver-lead mines  of the world. The White Water  Deep, under the-management of  JUL. Retallack,, tells a' similar  story. In the Rossland camp  deep mining-has made the ��� War  Eaglt* a' greater producer than  ever before in its history, and has  euabled the Canadian Consolidated company's smelter at Trail' to  be operated at< larger capacity  than ever. <  "The Canadian Consolidated  company also is responsible for  the deep development of the. St.  Eugene-mine at.Moyie, which has  shipped from 2000' to 3000 tons  per' month, running ��� 00 ^per. cent  |        LOCAL ASSAYS $  in lead.  i  Capital'Authorized, ^TSo  Capital Subscribed ^'Z00  ~      -i   i ti   -J IT.,  - ;>,i-10,UUV.UU  Capital Paid Up     Reserve   Fund   New   Michel  and Chase.  BRANCHES' IN BRITISH COLTJMBIA-  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden   KamloopsMiche.  Fernie, Nelson, Sevelrtoke. Victoria -Vancouver  Drafts and Money Orders sold ava.ble in any  part of the World  Savings Bank Department.  ' Interest allowed on deposits *Mm Bdrft^|^p?tP0"rit-,fr���  MOYIE BRANCH- H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  "Jim" Casey, who several years  ago was a clfrk in"J. J. Murphy's  store, dropped suddenly in on his  friends iu Moyie last Wednesday.  Casey, who is now living in Cairo,  Illinois, came westfto take his  uncle, Mr. Murphy, back home  with him, Mr. Casey has prospered siuce leaving Moyie. He is  9 i a member of the Cairo police  1! force, and is now iu the' detective  ��� | department. He is married and  f; has a good home in that city.  Mission   Sawmill  Running  99��99>99*���99mm���tt��99�������***09^9*  O��� �����099***90**>*0e  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  _t. J.   BONNER,  .   lMlOl'niETOR  Victoria Streot,  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  ��� and  A sawmill is now   in  operation  at theSt. Eugene Mission, turning  -, out 13,000   feet   per   diem.      The  ?! bulk of this,product is at present  *' being'turued to local   uses.      Ex-  j tensive irrigation operations  are  'under way, which   will   add   100  acres to the Mission  farm.���Cranbrook Herald.  Methodist Church  I  The.sam'e ^company-has  made*, the Sullivan "��� mine5 in -East  Kootenay an equally large' producer of tonnage, while it has redeemed the ,Itichmond-Eureka,  Snow Shoe, No. 7, and Mollie Gibson from the class of unprofitable  properties.  "Every miner knows that "the  Payne, Ivanhoe, Slocan Star and  several other mines, which have  been idle of late years, are far  from being exhausted, and that  their deep development will yield  results similar to tho3e achieved  in the instances I have mentioned."  .  Morris=Lawlor  At the Catholic church; just  after the 8 o'clock mass on Easter  Monday the marriage of Mrs.  Lawlor and Patrick Morris was  solemnized by Itev. Father John.  IE. Jackson and Miss Stiuer were  the groomsman . and bridesmaid  respectively. Solos were sung by  H. Jackson and Wm. Kennedy.  The wedding breakfast was served  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.  Hutt, and some fourteen guests  wore present. Mr. aud Mrs. Morris will make their home in Moyie  for the present, but will later  move to their farm in Alberta.  Both are well and favorably  known in this part of E vst Kootenay. The Lt-ador extoud congratulations.  Imperator Bacon  ill   first  AlOYI*  BUY  YOUK  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectioner}  For sale by  grocers and  P BURNS & CO  MOYIE.  class  1 Ltd  B. C.  FROM  A. B, Stewart  SEND YOUK    WOKK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Labor.  Laave work with tho   local agent  A. B. STEWART  "Jesus and His Mother,"' is the  subject'fo^Sunday evening at the  Metliodidt clHirch.' Mrs. Miller  will sing '.'Memories-'of Mother."  All music will be iiv keeping with  the celebration of Mother's Day  in which we all should take part  iu honor of our own mothers.  Wear a white Dower in her memory. -���    .,.'"���''  P.-B. HAWTHORNE  ���    !  .  ���NELSON, Ii. C.-.-���  Agent for  The Hudson's Bay Co.  Royal Seal, K.&H; and  Kootenay Standard, cigars.  In Moyio about 10 iuat.  Left for the East  0Miss Stiner left last Wednesday  for Spokane.   '  'Mrs. Fitch' spent, Easter with  relatives in Lethbridge.  > James Wright has returned  from his farm in Alberta.  Owners of motor boats are now  in their glory.    < '       "  Next Tuesday, April 25th, will  bt3>cleaning up day in Moyie.  Miss Ethel Breuton is spending  a few days at Yahk.  Dr. 1��'.' W. Lees was up from  Cranbrook last Friday on professional business.   ,  Miss Scott was down to Crestou  yisitingw'ith' friends tho first of  the, week. ., '  Fred Ege aud Win. ��,-Cliffe have  gone to work.in the Molly Gibson  concentrator.   ��t'"   '     '    ,      '  John Cannon is in the hospital  at Cranbrook, but expects to , be  out in a'day or two.  '���, Mike Torpy, who is employed  at the St. Eugene mission, was  out,to Moyie to spend Easter.  '\Miss Capitola Hiekey and sister  were hero from Creston for ' sev-  eral days visiting with friend*.  There will be a dance down at  Yahk this eveniug to which the  general public are invited.        ^'  Geo; B. Watson; divisional fire  warden for this district, was in  Moyie yesterday.'  There was a splendid song service at the Methodist church a on  the evening of Easter Sunday. .,  Gol'die Stewart returned  Wednesday    from    the   Windermere  yalley/.*-lie was as-far: north .as.  Wilmer, ' '  Mrs. Lester Patrick and Master  Stanley, Patrick were" here from  Nelson this weekt visiting with  Mr, and Mrs. Miller. t  , W. L, Reid has severed his connection! with the Aurora Mining  Company, and expects to leave  for Penticton in a short time.  L. W. Hawes is here from Newport, Idaho, to do work on his  claims, the 'Rock Hill group,  which lie ou the upper Moyie lake.  H. Ruthveu MacDonald, Canada's greatest baritone, supported  by his company of star?,' will be  at Morley hall on Saturday evening, April 20th.  E. Evans, mine inspector for  this district, made a thorough  inspection of tho workings of the  St. Eugene and Society Girl mines  this week.  On Sunday evening, April 30th,  all members of the Odd Fellows  will attend service at the Methodist church. The members will  march iu a body  aud   will   wear  regalia.  Graham Cruickshank  was  over  from the Molly Gibson for a   day  or two the first of the week.     A.  G. Moukhouse is  now   filling  Mr.  Cruickshank's   place    at  the St.  Eugene mill.  Nineteen children received their  first communion at   the   Catholic  church on Easter Sunday.'   With-.  in   the   next   few   weeks .Father.  John will give  a   picnic   for   the  Catholic children.  r'v'^^-vyv^*rVV<^A^^A>^A/v^/^r^/^^ wwvv  ', '             <,  Slaughter prices on the  remainder  of <.  '                   ".                ' "              <  our stock of gents'  furnishings,    etc. v  Men  'a summer hais,    t                                Re,  /ular SI.00  ��t  cap1.,  75   '  11  neck l  (���<���.              ���!  CO  i (  <lrtsh  skirt.-., sire. IS, 16. 161-2, 17,  1 50  "  work:  .ltf .shuts, si,e> 14 1-2 oiif; ,  "         3.25  ..  -  Qet the Habit.  Go to  50c  40c  1.00  7jc ���  S  ������s^yV��rVSAr-\Ar**iVW-Sr-VV��ArVVNi  ArVVVVVS^fN^AAAr^VVV*  . of all styies.and leathers for     ,  ��   ��� - man, woman arid child.'  :      ���  SEE       W I ND OW       DISPLAY  Hurry Up  , She was a beautiful, statuesque  blonde who had changed her, resi-  dence.from New York to Philadelphia and secured a position as  stenographer in the office o��* a  staid, dignified citizen of good old  Quaker descent. On.the morning  of her first appearance < she went  straight to the desk of the boss.  "I-presume," she remarked, "that  you begin the day- over here the  same as they do in New York?"  "Oh, yes,"' replied the boss, -without glansiug from. \ the letter he  was reading. "Well hurry up  and kiss me, then," was the  startling rejoiner, "I'want' to get  to .work."  Houston. Memorial  The funds raised for the John  Houston memorial may be U3ed  towards the improvement of the  city park at Nelson. Iu such,case  the park would be renamed  "Plouston Park."  Lame Shoulder is nearlj' always due to rheumatism of the  muscles, and quickly yields to the  free application of Chamberlain's  Liniment.    For sale by all dealers  '���Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy," wtites  Mrs. T. II. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga.  ���'It i? the best cough remedy on  the market for coughs, colds and  croup."    For sale by all dealers.  Tailings for' Ballast  The C P. K.  is' again   utilizing  the tailings from  the^St.  Eugene  concentrator.  ,For   the  past   two  summers it has  been   put-chasing  the''crushed   rock   to   cover' the ���  roadbed between here and Koote-,!*-*  nay Landing,   'It is splendid 'ballast, stops the growth okweeds'on  the gradeVind it,is also  successful  ,  as a means   of   laying   the   dust*  1     >  Three.or   four   cars   a  day   are   ,  loaded from " an   overhead   flume  specially, built \ for ^ the,_purpose.   ;  The services of puly.one man   are ..  required to attend to the loadiug.  Bulwer Lytton's   Works ,  "A very ' suitable 'presentation  was made to the Miners' union  reading room by J. S. MacEacheru  of this pUce in the form of 30  volumes of Dulwer Lyttoo's works.  Constipation brings many ailments in its train aud is.'the primary cause of much sickness.  Keep your bowels regular madaua  and you will escape many of the  ailments to which women are  subject. Constipation is a very  simple thiug, but like many  simple things, it may lead to serious consequences. Nature often  needs a little assistance and when  Chamberlain's Tablets are given,  at the first indication, much distress aud ��� suffering may Le  avoidpd.   Sold by all dealers.  B_3  ^g^aieuj^xjHa^arTis^  For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,  hot breads, cake and pastry-  there  is   no   substitute   for  J. S. MacEaeher'n and family  left yesterday for Charlpttetown,  ���P. E. L, where they ' will make  their home in future. ��� Mr. Mac-  Kachern was for, several- years  associated in business in Moyie  with A. P. Macdonald under the  firm name of MacEachern & Macdonald. Both Mr. and Mrs. MacEachern leave a host of friends  in Moyie..   ____________  Given Useful Present  Dr. J. Wj. Coffin, formerly of  Moyie but now a permanent resident of lloasland, was this week  sent a valuable and appropriate  present in tho shape of a microscope by his many Moyie friends  ' and Drs. Kiug ��"d Green, ol Crau-  ioswk.  Repairing Mine Road  on  on  is  Repair work is being dono  tho Society Girl wagon road  tho portions where the snow  off, and iu all probability it will  be possible to resume the hauling  of ore within a few weeks. Development work is going along  sieadily at the mine.    , ������ -   '  Knights of Coiumbcs  ���' Sixij? Yessfs fiss Standard  Made from pure 'Gr&pe  ���'.-Cream 'of Tartar  No Alum���No Lime Phosphates  ���  ����i am entirely opposed So the use ol alum In  Baldng Powders."-Pro/.  Chandler, Columbia Univ.  It is expected that on May 2Sth  the first initiation will take place  in Nelson of the Knights of Columbus.. 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;'6:ii .'Jlveys'Rfi^tyniy-iitpipc;•'.,a'iVd".',.Jre;,-,si^liri'<;j.i
'yp^rtyjS'lifvftipo'iyajlt hwj;gli!ii:f'Sviul,;:pjy?ly&;
|w3iyijf feiti jv p' iybydy; it y i sj; rein I yH riffi 'iioim cii i
|| f g li.S. I p CSti'?;i i'i'tt*MftJj,?fg5i-*.5'?J^ii?Mu|,
r;b rSwii-i :ji fiyitf.' -^MS^'lb'u t 'yypi1'f'P'«tf ?'i'-r^^
:'5f brSjil! '-dte?^!)' .vmv cHi' Sad -If st 6n:Uig;;'t!C!?'tji.e
■ ivSa. ■../.■ ■■-'■■?■■; ;.;■.■■■'-v;.,-■:!■.■-" "'■" ■':-...,i-r ■■■'.-■v. ■' '■■:-.:: --.'r^^^'S
^-COliyOlSjit 10,11..- ;i^,V:;■,;,.^J..:^i...J.i,r..,:,V,■,^;.1"-4";.■.?S^",, a.
..' w itili - % ■:; :1J rj^li Koplflf & y fi a ji d .y ;i ;'yy:;:y ^ iK?
v''V'.^; -OOrimuii-; ^PrVikaii/iiameii :Ganseiiy|
Klijis'-jn^y^liGeii-y-yi^aspilvfirbrii ':th6. ya'ij;-'a't;
^hi^priseii^f 'ir:^'igjtrde.r'.';. -■Ti-fis'^bii'stiju.tg*
rB'"record-.id's ;yb^-:ird«; s ■'Cpjitinvioiis 'Ifcerni
l','.6,f.'.'iue,a'rpi|i-at.ii:m':yny,Hiyifef,n':. tiuics.; -*':■*
; h;Fy:\;^s:i'c! ^ jyy^^-v* '-iyy * i .s> e ^y>r <-:y vo uy ■ s«y,>^ ythn t-
;y,;;< ^"psF'' '.rSpMeri ;'t.iie'doet;or;-.i'v;:---;y; yi' ■:';.
'Am Wtaii^Eb'iig'Tf % i-e^ibdyyPat^;;":^!
F' ^dii;^.iA;,BBT17v|wbpw
.„, ^i:'BbMiy.siSn.t:yin-;;by^u
j^iiteryattiey apd^rtti'btlmr^atyicy;^
''btllbri-'att ic ytfnd ,ja nV^ t hei-.J; ayticyvand^an..
■i "VJ Gltyipng; ;agbyilipryey'iy'a;y:;:hyid!;yny!S
';ll]NyiVN e^v:'...Kti a 1 a^nd.';.'Xd wri 1' anyexhibitibn'
edi'tlipirbifees,'';'!;;may; ii5ive;.been:.;defeat
satisfaction   to:: lip; 'remeniberbd :.by,,i.'ihii):;
tiid'';iip!iiS:.': ^y;."y ly^vpi^y^iy .^''jy^iy'-^' ^^'-y .y^ H ;.vi;:!'
y^Giyibj-al i^eit'er-picked'iip'th^
:^yy Jiayyii'e;'::r^t,;: i rii.vp.e.ifcc: •*-'':,; ;'v't ,,;.,"■;;;*;■!:
yyi3^ftk■!:';t'o..yi|.'li'e;4b'oxV.:3»'ettt'"-..tii.q "flower^.
|>».e;ubei:s .vliuig.ljpjll$i'&jSe^;:K«in:pra Ijsiyfa.M -;
5u r o'-'ftpy rp^bg 'j'j i'za,yjhe'.i!h.ai nd,w.rii t iiig;':f of y a'
J^P;.--/.!.':■'• '"'■"''-',
:?!...:*:: a:a...
Oovn   UfiMi,
- . »<h»imj aroa«U>.
A^nd *•* iUunvW
CwrW a««d  *WO    -
VU>n4_Ur M        '    ->
CO. . U»tM<
Wuoxtml. Cam,
just tmk« .e»r m
-Wlli:   DY4-U n*   o>   c»Ut tt(ti«r  W«t>t,
Citron, SMV   »r   ttimr-J   C*«^>   (Srtoctir   w^Tj>
WltOKC :>T- l» Um.OmU rwu turn t« col«Jt,
WERE CURED comple'cly by
..    „„    .      .     TRl.	
:fy ;-.:;;itrideit! :t'lre.t;;aiiripicps;;Sf;;:;aii
e jc Ii i b.i t or s( j; wa s';y a;. fs'jitii^st cr'5., w li'oi sli b w ed-
'father;,-" :ryiis<>ffieey>i^
Waryy::.;VA.; fripnd'.J'wagf;rema'rHIPg^.t,oythe
ga ge tiVen.t s',;; aiVfl-th e r.e;v>va^
\tl. ifehy &; d jflii't ;l by pyp n': ivr lii^PJ-: ayipg^'pr;
TsrfdgtrT a-L.ft.rii jgr'^.v.^ii ^--'"^^'tyi1-J*: -':-i*x?f- rir'^Wr-y.vP.-- V .',-i>-^~ T-l'-^* -7 *'
;;»;Vi;i4yasl;bdyipy;abv, i rif e r i^-; i .e>v, 4, i a i",- 5f eivv
ibyygatieiipp ft'a;«$'i'Xs!3ih;yM i''i;
iti .jfillcasim. is_t_«(\\ ili.e,iiii y..i;i;iejiiKj3j.rfOiyi,gai-;jj
;dp,np.r; .011.''Iibn.g is'ta.htl. '■-,;.s.hc;cbu.tjiAiifrili
,;'';,vi-piil'd; not :-accopiplish,pmueli;: in;.?-Rpi;!<
•lille' piinp.y^Thlsyliunv^vils;ty,vib4; .i.paye's
oft' tlie: lawitvbiip.faj! day,:w.lion;..-i*riVif];iio
,;; .':''J';Wl]:efe 's■'; the:; giirilpn'er.■■;wlio":.iise'd
to,-'."^:ork.r'lie're'?.'.-,-r.'.i..,-; A f-:���"■''':.''.'■:.;'-'!, ■ .■■'■'.■:i,'i
:■■"■*;.'■.;..!'Dt-atV;;.■■sir,' 'was tlie .reply.;    ,y:,;,v';'
': ■'. '■'■ '■ I>e,id,'-. sa i d  t h e -iastp n iu li od  n'c igli -
'b.or..''.';:1-nen,.i lii.iisuig',' he' added: ■'■','.I dined
tlie; grput majoritj-,; ph?? '■ -:   -.,. . "■.'.;;'.. ]
''. 'Oil, sir,'..the ga'rdeiibr  in'tornipted
in a i-hocliod, ypice.!'T."-ivbiildii 't;. like to
say that.    He 'was ,i .good:■enough- ir'iari,
us .far'.las.T, know..,'.,'.'..'.: '.-:.        .....,;::".,;.;..;:-
■■.'.-':    ■ ■'■:■■'.   :A- :* ■■' '*   ,.,"'';.:  ■.■'■'■.;;.. ;:;'■;:.'..■
G^irAMryGUARKY-vyas-'seated^in. his
"'."pfiiec'.'lih the;eapitoiat'..:Washibgtbn
hiperatic friends, wli.eii'.'ti.:liep'iibne.an^a'd-'
;mu-er'entered.;.:;:":.: ,    ■',■,,''■';;;. 'A yf ■,'■.' '■-■
' ".[.want to congratulate ybb;;bti,ytlie
.Oeiii'oeratic ..yiet'ery,'.';... said :iii.e 0. new-,
comer smilingly':,,' 'tT have bee ii: a rob nd;
\yasli;i.i'gtou. fb,r: fii'icpn'/yca rs arid ;, luui
got...Iho. ideajMiymy. rniud;-:_l;_|jaf: the,, constitution provided for a Republican vit.-
■fco-ry.'-ey.e.ryiitwo years.-'-';■;■'-.;■'■.; -'■''■•
'"'Do , vpu  k:iOiy,"-)pa!r1. GIaik,: ";a lot:
of yvpop/li.' had   the; itlea/.'th'a-ty-'.tlieTju-'Pb-'
aliilityxif ,;i;.fipmpen.itie'-vrc-tory: :n-:is-'r(i.-
.■bipt'e-?.■• -.vfliis v'i'ra.ee: 'Pf >ip:ird'.-is '.bi;Mt -i!-.
tiistrated ' by ■ a., story i  heard "not   Iojtjj"
:ig<V'   A.;'t.ca'<!h'er,',';i.,'idfes'.sii!.g: .her  | in pi Is,
said:    ''i-jvwy .-hoy. present   wlmv wonli!
! liK-'e    to.   be.'.Prhs'idept   of    the ; Iloitc-il
j States-- raise -his. han't.;.'   Only, one .boy
[■'fai'IfH-J  to. respond.   ■      ■:■ ,-:-  '„.    '!
j   .,'.; 'yif>h.riiiy,..' ,"w'ii.id ihe' teacher, '-'would-,
it, 't y'ti-u: I;k.ti to:bb Presi-.lent'.'. . '■■•,.'-,■
.!   '!' -.' 9i»-- -yes;' ..'.was , flip •, ..-espo'nse,   'but.
[what's "the use1?   . I ina- Der.HH'rat.' " :
"'j'fli.' tail of-.the-s.ea'sou' reform that
I' .B'.vept over: , Coney Inlaiid ■'■might
well have 'cynsiiiereii the weliare
of.(be wielpbed horses which are: usi>d
I.or the " diine-.-iii' "■' business. When
ihe■'■'si-aMOii- <-1.js(;s 'they ure auctioned
oil', .ai'iil' are ku.-ekPil .down to : i he ;bid-
dcrs. a!- next to nothing. Oeuerally they
.lie so .ikeI.--t.oij like that t hj.y' uri; .priic-
i...-ally   useb.KS..-. -   .-
of tiiis 'season a Inivr
:-.'."-.eptioniilly,, iitteupated'
' he 'had be..n e.n;..^..-.) ■ to
iiu.-titsni'u's prn'iii.se^, ltiilihi
ecr,   who'   wound   .up; by
'■   At   tiny   cud
!)'ju<.,h.:      ill      (':
s::?,,but,ebuib-!pt'■;■.tliO'Sitlmaziby.' ana't-y
:#;':S ;yy|c bi^ysie ge;:a-ty
itipy' ga: iip^vy i.atf'itiiatv, ^fpi^.so'at%^r.)i\^h\\
ill Ig^h t ed'Vili ;i)s y hpalt b^iytifii;;;; e|is ify-Vi-bb'ter
if-i'nfby latest -;;; niet Itpd; ii-plpj;e.yad ing^ib^
4)6sM];f7bmf kbnd'K ^
.' 1 b,ng'J'ago;£'a.|jEJrenc'h.^ i.tf;
i-V^li iibvvt lie r 0:JKey ga v feth'iT; i-e f.ur iif li a 1 if v'Sf.
;ii is fiticketyto^iin ^pid.ycpnirfi'dbv;inyc' riiuby
"'t'alse-S najriey an'rl^add ress'*tbythjyppi-ser'
: as;;, h'py'c rbssed ;-:t Jjeypliahii el';':f ■■ ^^AiA'A^A
i y Bu i<'W& "fo. % reiri n ab y'^ot.lf^tdq'age.s
eijt er ibg'°Gre^t(B'rit a i n>i sisysteniatieallyi
■ tb'e^^ii'mTt5:'aU(^Sdi'^
thoi'iAib tySb; 3ibibiigran^
ijibatrjc.;i Kb'w-jimb't tprs ^-biavel^ebigsaiiusjed;
Jarjyi;:"" ""''"" '""'    '"  ''
'ay ;ar;i\yb-ye.iir,-pld,';:.ayiiyiyyre.pbiried'tp
dip v.&'; 'tra.iledii:iii'.; iy %y. t,iibii!«a!pb':':;beason.'
■ Hb.w.i3yi5rj;.,[ill;,arp'.'^
,;,';s ':iy-ri'e V o.f;;yhbybesi' A rjilitprsi? '.tji'tiWbVPr'
; X) Hyii g'Xljubif m'epfiiji '^fcTbT'b^'b|"^yh|cli:
y> pp h.e'^1;; ibp -• \i\g .yee^'rue i ng^aeaspii/iyb.'.1
:wpbt;ii,P ;Al'buyrppi:;W)fli:;iai; nuicb.n bptiei
iii ,stf.a|gbt.;hc'ri-|'*l..:'':i'».''d'--i.^^^
• II ey'mynpx.i .fp b h.^
ptia^riesVlii'phniis^'ysYbiitit'iediy '
Lboeaiii" '■-'■"-'--'- -■ '-■'- ■■■•-«---•■--'—•-■
yhrbugbyibbrbeiublitibtfiif^old .building*
'spldjat a ;priee,;bc^y'efyi !n,ucb;;bplbw:tha:t:
bf ■,iiew;;glass?:';'";;,y?.:,''-y.';' ■. '■;■;■■,:'•.,A'aI.;y.:'y
;-i'.:A;:,igrbatyipa|,;!of Ibb'saiijage/dealers!.
itifbpkypiueayfioiii 'ibei plate^glaBf; ifiHu'r-:
; ?- * ^/i^E;?.:-^:4*'?-^ ■':' *'1* f*ii;'-r ^"*H'A.®' f! *■ lV*^ *'V-'^ * ™.I?A f:''^'-'"'-! jV1^. 5r'..^.V-^.
'\'me.liii(J('is.;;ii%-S'-'i:.,:'',y":;.'''.'./: ASA:,f:f \.l ■^■':';iii:;;!.-''-'iiiv
i' ;^iio,ybrbpany,:i^or;;inst:!ncpy'niay;kcep
iyiiroky'i^ j-a!ie,vsbi)itig;-'thc i
';i f ib'p.bii gh ,'^i'ii: it'- rema i vis rip -be ;'spld, -, ia £ b
aiii.n^jye.iiiii ;;fitcc(V.p^itif/m.tOii^sP.;iyit: rmjj-'
^p.r;;.w,i;iidbsy,,:;;yy:;yy A"A<:; 'A;.'... AAA::'Ak '{''i!"'
■ 4;H;AVbil p ;-v'-''-niog iy; pi aftS- ■%)a'ss"J'|y;:.;yiypi-e'dj;
'I'tjrpj-o■',;!?.;'■'"A'til).>-:rti-'gp.b'<J i^eaiyUiai^^yiid.'
Wlfpsyi: nnvu.nlp'uf^
a Picklo Ilcrring Street. .Xear Gray,'b
Inu tbero'is to'bb .found a' Cold Bath
sqiiare.'y Most of the! NightingaleI>diies
and Love Laiibs 'iire'.hidcleb, ironipally
'enough j''-in tlio -slums '.■ of the. iEa'st Ki.id
of;ithp;iiJritiBii icapifal./'.-ii:-'"1:- ''■-:.'*:.,:■
. 'inVBrii.sseis'.aome of.ihe street:names
aV0iTeaiiy-;bizarre'.y. 'Tlio.iShprt:'Streejy.'uF
fbe^Lobg.vyHaript, ibb.*:Strept;;.:bf,;Uje,
.liedVhbirpdi;Ayomeuy;aad;tbp; Strepfi;bf:
-:-' 'l;"hadi.:;o.oly:;r.'to ■ try' J>r ,ji,..;,-.?!
Pills ;to .fipptcciate'. their 'mkrir ■' ■ ^ 'H
■MisB'-.Auuie'. W.i-Bry,cefc of " v''" ' "'"l's',S
'-■->1 yi-systebi; wa>:out.b'f.order'' \o'\'!*kl,
was  w^pk -,and  fhini' i*l l^V'AA '';»'><■
,.a'iid-.--dfy^.'i;i.e :firs^i,o%i,tr u^i^1]
tou:'a:-;pinb. ,.ha4eVU4e<>ii|p,lntei.aii'   '""kl
:suieiyibeloiigs;ib'i:he Street: of yhe.;: Uii;
'era^lcedi Silver:,P(yppabut.:;;;;Tliis,;;!iib-; tbp
b'f„i ,h i:rty,-iiS';;Iclte'i-s.:i; y^yyi^iji^yi '■!:1i:vivfi;::i?
-iLdsi/yearilipfseven thppfipbdiiij'liabit;.
iVtil's." iiifyyiie ■•Ei,ip;^/?s": Map y-Vi iH'par'bbpH,]
yigaedy a'i,ipetiitiob:';:prayJpj>yyua
■PcmtypdiMi ithbt:'t|ie*deJno,iViiij:t;tipri'ipf'the
llU'COS i'ii.':ba^iC'iib'p/ri;ssic,ir;yoir^yyiipSe:;yt'b
whbnii ,ih;ey'arp, oliligbd ''to -;; j|» l'.v:c; ;:"t li o-J/r*; f.4i."tTL*-:
■■dreSs^.':-;.:■■,;;1ii1-v.;-:i.;;:-,.y,;r ■•'''■'■/•.!.'.':^'-yA:'?A■■'*<■'•'■?{
:y;.i;This yStrcey-ibfrVriib-'Baai^tiys;; .vaS/'iii
-us/dp, lbe,«eagy.;'siip.yii|^.
atieiiyipii'stb. thfe
jbpp air; ii;;] s'afewvbij't^
; libryjpybir\Ah^yxbni\y byyi(is't;isum:iVPry;:H;
;isy'riftp sp ipyb;i"e:;i;t b':ii;ex pp'cfei b ii fe silitf-" iy ill.
ilp'^pnW&tti liel't rbitiib,g:-istariftbnyili;ii*b;id.-fy
)im i) psii r aelti■: d'u ri n gi.' UiP i aiuiijriaf:;' Si^l 0 j'ly
" * Jplru'fE^Iftddyt^ £:d.pTi|r minb^:;ibygjy'
InativB liiti g is t al 1 i bn":. ? ii i )t 'fcH v i iv ubT-"b^;;th.
ijo'b'd y'i ii A tli by'si u <{$: :'k:n d: Aj? liciympstpryip:
. <«y* I..1 I-....,, 4 .'a.'. >.. i ■ a. ..(». n.isfl,
► n l «'[ii iij u,f Miuir for J»u in H <.l*..\Mu.t ;nftiiit^r |
f. .... *"-■ H,rirt:i.i.,Rli.,n. ls.ii !>*\.i, ht',tf bji.l rt-siuiv tl,*.in
lo ,t i,,.rw,:u H.n.lttiun. rr-.liir.'. (Jolire, Ttiini.i^, W^u«,
(•..-.nj or l:r,,.„jn.,ni. Ilce^.*ttit. Synovln*. V.\rK-<j.^.lfe. My*
Cr.., rLe. Sf.frti.^ .,: ll;e IVHl.»ilrK ,.,: IlkM'lHMH^. llr-i*;i* ,-utl,'
p'..l -..f.^t, .T,,.:,-,<t... elt;. Cuhih only Sl.l*>^ c»/.., Sll.tiO-lit (.Jt,
b.jr:. nt yon.- :'.ii,KKial& or ilenvci-.-,!. Iltv.lt -it' r'rr-«,
B   P. KDllNfi. P, (3. F.,2ie Te^olc St.. Springfield, Wan.
1.Y110S,   Url..  MontrVwl,  f „„,.,!l„n    .^.m^
>.N„ ,.<r..K,„.'l   hj    >t\l!T-V   I'ul.,.   A   \( 1 V.Mv  ,Ot   tVI„ul,..*|
flir.   >.. Ifd.N t|.    ItK!,.    rt    (tlLHICAl.   (.t...  "Inftll^w"   A  t«f.
>wj I.W.U lll.M.Klt(H>ft  BKUfl   1SL. t.M„ V«nrr»,..r.
lid oi. hi-ti by
by, the auctio
s;!y'i"':g-: . '    ■ ".      '    .. ■
'■N'.'V,-, look a'here,, boss, it' yny, buy
tltis h.-iv.-se, ;ni' 'you tiiii 't p.'case.l willi
tbe an i Mia.i, you inst tiring him b.-ir.'k ami
;;.-t. y,,,: r, incf,'je,>—M'e ,y''
"V.-^," retorted', I he-buyer,
"'»   tlie'   last   diiy. of   tin:   stile
Least   is  so  lil-une/l   tliitt  he "may   ■:!!<. on j.wh.ere
i\.v• haii-.ls.    Tii.'ii. suppot-ing  I'ilt'.l-brbig ! ot^' al
him    back,   v.'.ii    iii-oliablv    wouhl'ii't   be.
UJiiU,!^ .;:-   «wiic, ..v* tfie.*."^:::.:.^L....".::':.rS .,■.,
iv gaiiri''tb y\ be'v old '> nurfiber ^- except'' w!i pii'
it ifbyy eiu't -yh iif^^Tery: ^rie-^ndytkrriypyiipi
v^'Itr'isiynoti i;uncbmmbii:;i fpry tlie-saliens'
,toi:iland.:A 1,1 ev;ip.r: ;sbb;\ipreyibiislyye:an"ie;
to:;:England,.5:Ji'!i;ap -immigrant;-.siiijv' an'di-
was"; tivr.ri.edt -.'back 'awing, ...to.- lack   :bf'
means' br% for  spmp -;0.i hpr .yefispn.i". Np;
fewer vtha>ri';iPur';;reifec'te^;;;aliens   were;
iibquVi atiyear. ago*'dumped1 "ini a .batch
ab lH«U■'■' from ; a ycteebnically) iion-imi:
migrani 'steamer. ;...ii.'^"'':tvV -,yi.-'■'.'.-••',;-.''■'■ ';■'>
,    The:' saine; stearber3:i.;bripgi,pvervirom.
the Alpntinent many "'upd'esirables''.as'
secomT-elass passengers,; and t-li.us defeat"
the object; of the' 'Aiihsns; Act -in iaapther
w$y': i So sooner -were, secondrclass. pas-,
sengers'exepiiVtpti' from inspection, than;
siich  rcb.ni,panies,  lpwe'red:. their;';'sce'on'd'-'
class:fares; til!.they.''weif.e  only;:.ai-.Ii.tt'-«-
higher -than... the,   steerage ..fa res,  -and
ever since; many, immigrants: uriabJe.'to-
pass . ui'speetipn.i:;.as; well ltias   not  a -vfew
o'fi. those ; refused,   permission.-, to .'..land,
have triumphed,oyer jthe- autborities by.
cpmitsg: to- England;, in thei in term odiate-
class..;  ''■•' .■■■"•.•'.;,:■■'■     ':.,. .•-.'■.■;-..■.'.'..'.•• :..,-.'■ .
Shipping-agents i in. CoKti]ioTiral,lpoi-ris
also .iiay'byimauy' ■it-Mc.Us.,.iwbexbby:;.they^
eighteen months.; s'nee, ;;for insfiiuee
Sfilryp''of'i.hoKfe at Brernpri' kepi in str.c.k-.'
1-etiers ,of '.-lavitatioii' written :by people
ini lOiirdand., - These they ■supplied—for
a:;eo!tisiieTatio'Ti--toi aliens ,ior- showing
io tlie 'inspecto 1 s;.'whsn.";they..'■.reaehe.ii-
Kngland-a's'.c-brirlnsive proofs that there
waJ" not .the rernotest ehanep-of t.uci'r becoming ..burdens on''il'nlui  Bull.'
A -'mode.rately' wideawake immigrant,
however, requires no assistance . to "enable bim to enteT'England witho-ut even
a "By* your,' leave."''. 'What is itp pre=
vent him., fromithi piling as" a cattienian
or'suilor ;and landitig vut.. one of the
ports as sueli? . JXotliJtlg. . 'As a,f;ic.,
this gamp is. played thousand." ..of. times,
very year. Out of the-tofriiyhumlier
cf eattipnien who arrived in England 'in
1009. ...no fevprr than .2.209 d'ri.-iipt i-e
t-ir.ii op, the cattle ships. Some may
have; i'--ft as orditiavy passengers, but
tiie majoritv doubtles? remnined in England. Whether ' they -are likely to be-
cotije-gobii'f'i.ti'ze: s'liiay be gtiagfd from
the fact that thousand.-, of .'•cattlemen
who. have landed iii Keglnn.l have
straightway sought the >;hospitaliv-y of
(lie  ea^ital  ward.-.   .-• ,'     •,'.,:
The ranks of (hinese residentH in.
'Engla'm.1 are steadily recruited in the
same way. .Of-late years mtuiy "sailors'-   from   the. (..'rdnstial    empire    have
y Jp,bu'!;E;^Iaidd^b);i f i;fliet' er min.pd,;ig;'gdy e;
lln'ativB'itrigistaill ioiY^ 5p i-1 i U'^^yvi^ict;;"fc>t^;;t hq
i p gaiii pxonj^i ^Eur^ri e^ (iitiak ingyiav'tirpppfd.
.'ig'o'b'd 'k'i ii A tli by'si u (l!,v :ia:ii d; iiitlicympstpryipf
iliei'bbs^itt;. ti heiicb u a b?y ,iia.nibngi.i beitiib e-i
: jiig^Elpssipi'^rcGjriegibrybyt'J^    cCirpgpr,
tuimsSl^a s t'y.(i ajii/j.'cr.'f.' i,iS bpk'bs^bivftyjibPiiig:
iThbiKitbires^ybyyiR'tiy t B'mi^.'fout: |i fpifiy
■ si ca ,-;!fl am f jo f:; DprbtliVyiy^e r npu^btpSy';~%;
.::vSypJi6;'"lieiiisiIH^iy: <>:f ,r;tjfi.e«o^y rirn rcis;ya iid;^,*!io,
lidus;Tbe:§ewb&yJi)bnii:cte3ii ;aiudi; Plaudit,
.sbemijity*'"""'';'i'"v"'"'""^''-"" v'-'-'3~-''--;"
it'e* i riSs fi: :<3^;ii> i a i;i: JTi;M>ii 1 itjy.eoy.riy h^y^fiPTy
fo.f i Wainufi nnliyanii■^51;^p<i^:'Kpsb;':'Ley\
Ifurin'jidamiof' Mary.';P.fti<(1yburiii fgilipf):
:and ^Operettiii'1 El§;p-Iioybbrp/ii;d;lmy..bf
y- niiieiytpl'i&psiifhntwiiidbsfpd dt!iy;at
.i/aiiibiirg ii'lkee :he -.pomtngisriri-g; are
Silikp,.yPeripr,:;TieyburnV- byi :l,'etb'.i';.i.|ic".
0'reatf:.pui'i'>)f-Spimriije;; by,:;.Wilsou.-. iiViej;;;
rtommoiiore i (5.1!);.   by,i. Bib gen .'.oubycj";
e nt :1 Tri II ."^lam;-Peren pi (d.pjiiTilp Kett tucky
F-ituTity; wmnony'/'byy.Meko;, ''rbp-;{isii-.
Gbporaii   AVc!lir:gton,i; aiirl i'-'AVirin'tis;' iii
f.bree-year-oHyhalf.b-rbther'io :S:liko, by,
:V:ee-Cbui»ibdr/re :bu.t-;pf  Silicon.;   ,;.
:; r .ELECTiiIC.:TEA.CTTONv y y_;
>fONPr. tlie piosti recent projects in
; :iiUie:; wav' iofyelectrie? traction ...on
■-; ',:'', 's'taiitlard-gage railroads, we .note
tiie :i>lansi!iwliiiii..;th;e .Bput-bVKailririitl ;pf
:.p.r;].itpej..issniaki.rtg, upon tbev-Bpy'pnpe-
Toulouse railroad , iii .'thp- Pyrenees :-re'-
gT0n.;;i;6Wing tirthip'.difjieiilty of '•ppenit-'
ing' by.-'Stb.ai'n. -'.a^parv.'' of th,b ljnpywill
rd TloT'oibotivbs for- tlieyueavy.i'grydieiits.
A ;,Birigle-pliasP i ,200: .liqrse -jiawer 'iocp-
moti,vo wei«hi?:-g-y)(y tons yvM!.' he. used,
n'l'sii a. type ,.of i ,moti>r. ear wi,tl)' f f/u r, J'2o
h.brse ,.;ifi.wbr ''ii,oto.r.si. Two iiy.dn-.plie
pi tints am! pi-rbaps a fhud^ will ii'e er.i'Ct-'
'ed'''fp'r."il.'e i-uVre-ni si/iipiy., 'workitig; the
t..ow/.>r,.,iir>e3 oi the tlire.e-iihtiHe ao.OOp-
vedt systetii.' ,'Ciiei-.-first.' plant ;it-.':.Kgbt
tvil! sisb: n-'-iiigli fall -of '.'^pOO' if eel. and':'i
.si.-e'o'uil idtiiit \iill, be. locafed; at.-.Pierre-
fitie'.i. Atiptit ,*l,d00,OO0 wiilii.e. needel
fpr-the; pltints.- not:'.(•mintiiV-r -the m;t-
i.-.bi'i-.es. . Siibslafibris . „w.iTl deliver
■current to a-,-1 rullcy wire . which-. '
1 -2.-i.MlO vol ta. Transf Prmers y.i 11 be p!
■ ut tbe'-lcepmoti'v^s- f'-'v ■',«■;.-■,'. '.'r y'"■..',
lige' Cor' ' li;-; •'■■';.rs.',. *.>'■■ "ti.: .if I oi' !
'.iri;. rai.lto;:. i ..iiiti s .'tt, S\\i:V< rland,;
khalis'iiie, ISalin,' there' are to be -three
sections.iiihl .out for electric, .trtierioti,
tli... Itevi-i-t Kt. Morit;-; and two others,
lilm-nt Aill lie suprdied-frani rl.ie groat
Brusio hydraulic plant, lyi.ig near .tin-
■Italian frontier. Among.tb*' local lines
whieh :ire to nn, speeia li.' i'tiit for electric, traction we note. tlie.'li.'-rhi railrotid
rtin.iting frn-i! Rome to. Anlecoli and-'Prn-
set.ti. it will be about -SO miles lout;.
.M.i!an is (lie startiig point of'a "."iiuile
(dctrie traction line niuinj.,g to Ombri-
'anb   and   oilier   towns,    'in   MSe   ftaliaa
iiijiii ibt p; V'a st; i sf pe;li,y riS f' second;ifand;<pI;it.b
;,_»"i ii'.s^'l^'a'n t] .rr--'tli Is=\j s .;N.i ispiSWe ijl. ^/f f-iiijs voir Idii 'i;.
ipii,ri| be/iifb^ P&nyi-ivupr pgySPm'^ibfciMtbiay;;
i ess;; eipb s pi ,<j H pW|i-i ti 5it|^tiiia if f r o iif ;< w ii ib) ii
yailtib gKt h elsb,r^tibiipeb:yi,Pgi£tvvp;{s.ri uiiJLfj'f
;l>,Uti.t Vj sti aA:ail.hi b|pi;. ,f jjpb.SfHsuiriliier::;:^ ii ti i3.<^w?jWM;
^•\yiij| poiiiiirsbM W^jp^^^^v^^M^Mi;
u bws yi b b' ty& b: ifbaiibf tyybeyr^tsbdy'yyiiiy
'Kpieiii. era.! I ytjifjeak;ibg^T|<aibij|giy'B-jywbtgili»
ivprliy ip rp ybriiy •ffifiei^iigli^^^lit^^fj^
t b b;iii 3 (Jifipb p I i (by i gt h; :wia ii lied Byjt ho ail tl|
tpiiiyv^ i gh t? ipe^d eiiyf^
'jiivj isyfift;;id bw;fy;a;cep;Mi liglyfiiyBpyijylibii:
iii;f-.u-ha:biO|h^,;'.,.':,--B,ut':'i'.n(»v,''^ i'!-5^-.J,l(^',i:^'.:-^VPr?r'y';.<iiiie.irs
BuCb;idesignat.miiy'tK«se.i'wbdSresidb';thbr.(<^ lf*rig;--.:»lipiyi ^feVtir^d: kpiviyi'}.'iXyi".!^i
'respectab)e.''cJtiizeiis;::i:wi|iti'.ilHiikiitl't::iiigb: Wr,.;.mM«y;;\.'Ji.y*|.:''o
::.-.-- t;..;:,-,., ,-.'j ■ '    ',-        . ' .■.".. .:':.■■•■ ... ■■    <'i'  j'.-iVr.' 't:..-£.::..'.'.  (i'::i.::.   -.".. j-:i.:\ ' i.l. j.'. 'i.-.O^. S _-.   :i::   ■■■.'     ■-■■*>.■ '••;■■": i-.Ji-.'■■■-   ■ u ■■     • 'A . rJ '• t -' -tl. LI!   i
. iicast.-i'-jj,. 'Ht!,-:.:'r.  *■'
tlirefebours;"afc:as'rfWrclij'-'^li^ ::P¥":n
 t ., ..,nu-s;,'tag<V-iui<i;-to;:livb«ri-^'  "
.n^tMraJ --i^xir ".and vilefe?.M;«;^i-:'■: Yffi
lpsHoif'i%rppea ti'd.tip ihWfa|'j'.&:.j:.:
a;*if.l ;--i?».-;^<.3iti (iiicn'j 	
n3^;:|ntpyf.bey:cnge/,amir:%i,iy," :;'n'
... ,..,,..- si:b'ppgry;,^fe.fs"iit:ivPb:'!
pfcu: long-sllekV;""     '""
j, :;ii:i.8'.|
.iveifliyiipe'),)! ;,;:,■
;trvo iistrpails-f or Bti se;ii ffiiwi,rid'a-.#tSiSp!bployl;
iv.iuV 1 si rge ri |ifec es "air e ;'ti sop; if or gl ii s$ tp lil c
diaiidiiiirrorsv^thbugh :ioniy9;eipar tpiiepes
e'mrdpyp'dvin i lie": ma king; -of glii's's/iiigWs..-
i .Ji'iimllyj" affbr the;ilast:::"merclia;ntable
pieep*,h;is.::-beyn; cut .;frb:»:i;tlic'idainagpi;
iiiepe.' ihere 6till,,/reiiia:iii, tlie?sfiraps:aiid
fragments .■'jibbiitiiiilatetl-- »ii tbbjpuftiiig.;'
ilven; I b'e'se .h'siyc' fheir uses,' though t.Hey;
do, upt bring .imieh.y I'liei^-hyemieltediip;
and .lised ;'in- the'mahiifacture. bf ibptpea.
.M'a.m'&:..;.-',i.i-;it,:^...:;i.-:;..--i,- :.,;.!.,::<:,:. :i-/.,...-.-.,;i.,..;;j,;..:..':::,,:,;;-::j
l-:?-;-i'^,'.IT *i?:t.** ^»«>j 'tKt*-'-ypP^"vi7**^--5::S-*'5?.^ *? t'' ^S^A Jr'-A^'-^ti1^1.!
'; j* h r s s ;j; ii i '^ _y:; b'iyt nief ri 11,0.1': P Vl'J':'; *' i i e, vi,S t r"i>'G*i,;.;.o 1":,
b t '"fcii lyarj,;:- i li e;;S t "reile ti of "t^pi'iByy.yi'r,bb t:
ihby B i-a--? ti^fyi ;i'p|;Etiifj4yi;rPiibtet^y;Ab'd;i
'iitifiy 0pyi py rj^d ^ _ |.j ^ .,■o|p;pQdy^b^^yyiyi
,j(\A -I S&ii-pt; ibbihpd«yiir;:ii)b^
y ;yiy;:'f^b ry ;;ibpy^
ffyt hf b-tlybryi'i^ai'ib«).y itifirsj;i'v an iii;t a fc$iyaii
';iies§ynmji;,«. ■; yija r;iii(i^|yyyi:iyy:iyy;'yy:iy;
:<1\aot, i aiiotPsite iislips i,aey|it^ybiit^tpr^ifi'
:;bijpb;t jiiy'sj ikixi'fi f-'f\ &0i^i:%i)M.v^M0^
,;j u pi pS atyt IiV»y..tra! yitpr?.; spa il i ngiisa'SJbgii! yj;
. ..,,,      . .,     ,.. .-(vewsh
:':(bp'J 4-tisiiylb^ btijiCpr, i;l>f "iifcpiv 1 btirayisii^tilia t:
SBuT- Thcrcvw;a3! No'iCpinpiewiiCtireliTili
s* Sliey:rxied*I}b'dd'€JKianbyyPillss#S	
0 I
i.rii I#.ii;ii! J:stbS^H;tti?ncyMfe^ t'r.t^L,:^;-ftV_ ?-j |
:i8;fta'ljwaysi ;i aiyoidbdy^hbybriii -il.'-Syilisiii
&M$my p!%itii!b f p;;c;dbbi.i&;;;i,iy';:;ftt-;i}j"gt.st
 , , ,., - ..-..|i'.i
;] t;;yfii fi;JSy p :!p-m fe'b i Kcgi; •« ;b WA:.pyi»!ia|
yy fm luiupli yb liSSfl ayi^Tpiipp'tJyv'piiy^/i^l
:;M'fei|5peirr Mtf fioni pgin preifia t*liiiiiiij:. 5S" 1J
WiJ^rb'ifil.irt-.-flj;'^h^ » j
iJyfai^iS^-H.eK if
;;w§ibyf ib^g hy-y^sipy:-'; j ii|i ty | \> i ;yti §5 t'iy f y* f
ghf^hrriivi'aad'iAhdughlS'Iviiii^ 4|
^Ti rijirt^jryp^ocl'v^o ^jWt'iss ;".!^ uuiiyy, V1 ^
To1»-^])yit,ti::belibyb:'i-.:i(>:!1-.V'ii '
:KTh'|j,c.;-'g'rb{iier,:':'o "t 1 ife- -'i^'i r rtt'ri _ i o r j :
:' <;:;;;.i;pens.v6ns.;Fpk;hoeses yy .,
rlt'E. "h'gi.iIy;sprigi-ii'aV-i''will iof: aii; pc-
'ceiitr!e..bacb.j|er,yiiniJ-y()Ti Hizony,'-:
'^;:. is I'eporietl; il ri.,,p ViennaT v The tdr-
coiascdyyUieybrotlieir.; of ia": well-known
lluiigariu.il dpputy.cwas. siyty-five years
bid.' 'detps-ted'yvvonieh.; and;.;livpii;..ouya
war fooKrtg'.with' all iiiiftvirelations.:iAA''
;i In iiis,;yil.l lie beqiieathed alliiis real
and'personal esjnte;:\y.orth';nboni;t?ifib;-
(iflO,- iii- ii is, -' t wel ye ' (1 rri'uglif: iiiorsfts.:; r:A.s
execuforsi pif, tlift 'v.'-il die;' i'|u)>i'Pd. i'ii'i-^p-;
ciietyivioryfliP3 Pfpteptipnybf'yA'.ii'Jn'fpls-iiti'
<,ii his' protmrty should ,l>ei; (ipvoiteti ti)
f lie" -"-.'lire 'ibf '.■ i liese: it vv elvif' "in ii Tiirii is, '■' .PiiVl'
that;.:'\i'pbii'-.'"Mj'ib;i'death-.';.b.f one of; tiiemt
uu'pther "agiid-'iiorsb was to 'lie ialjeil i;i
rinti. eprei. I'<ir„;sp: liiat.'i b <;,-•ii-.tnl)t>r, of;
-I wel v-'e-l m,;glit aiways i>e .-iii'tvihtiined.V ".,:
: 'Ilerr vbii: fiiizoiiy''B-relations.;wbre Vat-
.'bral'iy, aintiyed at the e.'.'nivnfs .yf tlte:
.ivill;"biiii .the pi.entty. Iierr A.his'iiis :Bi7,;
onyii .wiilt'dispAli'^ it.'-.'.'N«irbt'itit!,oP-.s' have
been .commenced 'with the abovivmo.'y
tiocod .'society,', rind-'. $,5.0,05)0 .'was. offered
it, 'but;.refnspdi'.'■ ';:;,   .i     i''■ .'■',   .,'■;■■'■.■■■■     ';'.
but. this ! married  Eiiglisdi girls and
ami   thei'largp-' ports,    partienlarly
to   Hie  m'.
I n  ordi'r
to cross
- ■■ i i •
■|:eic ! o recti vc 'him. ■''
"Ob, welt',;" bltin-lly
tii.neer, ' ' if you do bid
■,.,-e- tii ■'- 't h'.'.i'e, you i
under  l.he door.''
leplVd  > lit
e  hi'm  bpell  :
i   jus:,   nir.ve
sail   the old   fnnticr, as hu
and   tfl.(.if)
at   all
V7"OK s'-e," sail t.h
X     ,tee.'isiired "out   t
- ti.   the   g
... v s;ei de by at
hit .r   F   ditl, ''
■   ' 'Wagon  got
asked. -   -   ,-
"Oh. tiii. ' 1 was coming alontx
•iiilc le.c.k '-. hep t 'ttitv-s t>li"r ;t
II.. had ■-■. cro.ikcd st'tck in lis h-
ti   Utile    boy   Wi'h   .,ther   r-ro'ikc
lake   region 'a  tourist, elf-ci r;..   rt.ti'l   will
I df.,1 ;,,' ||,,i | be. built between Intra .ami  V'remeuo. so |
liv.ery»ool,j^;y'  Uiy.
Irmiidries  run   bv 'their  co-npatri-.   .l""nng-Ht
■orb some of them.    Six or -seven ! ntounta rns by the St.  Pent:, rd rpttlejunl |
veto's  tiso  nn   attempt   was  msdeto  es- -j coin,-,,, ihe ,-t,, road si tit i«,,i of. M.-i.:, ,g-,y ,
taldis.li,   Chinese    laundries    in  • London. ■ *'"'  "t"<tercs.  Mure  ,s .bill ■!...(.' a   -nnd   |
with   tite   result   thtit   t ne   promoters-got.
sii.ii   ti   I'ricrnt   from, host ill.-   crowds   lint
the er.fert.rise  faded  awtiv.     Hut  ie   l.iv.
eri'r.ol.-   I'.irkeiil'ieatl    arid'"the    Waliasey
'ard'-g-ige 'it.e wh'ch will' rat,
the prominent railronds of thi
Switt'.erhiml.'    'Iivin"   to   the   i
.'cer,   "I    l.i.-i'.ui'ht
ident, but  i; was
tuck in the rondl
here, ar
nnd a few h'u .•
towns so titr ini
i good tagan-st the
1     iMte   :ino'in
,-'  many, such   laiiu.'li-.ies,
recently been opened in
and  us Stock-port.
.    st retiuot'.s! v., ni't.otilv
; ll
; Hrtti
, e-1 iri
: will
t  d
li r.
'.VMS   t .-.ii-twitc;
t: t ock i !l^      tl
"round. .
'  " ' Hollo!.'  s
" ' ir -ii
"  ' What  tir ■
" • Holing tin
" ' ITa rd   worl
"  ' Vrs.'  .
" -Then    let.
N'ot hiiig meti it a
"And   T   e;ra I
Ihe  fence,  and
ne man
ball     alottj
as  f  stopped.
W.'l s
tibout a
n  field.
ui, and
i   sticks
s  I.
■on   d'.iry ?
ball  in tin
isn  t  it i
me   help   you
a   little?
hole out.
it li
' ' (-brist.itin
rival, who?
native bum
.'    An   Ah
Leal rerio
fine   eye ■
Ohinamn n.
dries, bub a-raii
Sillir   .,t   l,i
■t, described  li
o   business,   ti
■ t.
st i
ion whi
ocs ihi..
|uire   ti
ct ion wi
•h it-
:h;s   roii.l'
till'   and   ingeiiui-ly
cousidt'i.-ibli'.   amount
irk   in  I he way of bridges I
and   tiinnt'ls.     All'   of    which    will    add |
greatly  to  11»• -  charm   of  travel   lb
this  picturi'Mip.ic   region.,
place  of l.nisiness  is  in   the
A. Pleasant Purgative. — -Ptirtiicb-e 's
Vp;m.table Pills me s... componmlcd as to
iipcratiti on both the slumped and the
beweU'l, so thtit they act along the whole
iilimeittary titid excretory passage. Tli■ • v-
are nut dristic in their work, bill mil 1 ly
l.iirp-i I':. e.   and   l'hf   pleasure   of   faUii.g
v.'' ry I
.' urpri
elass" line,
olid   lt;i tf«l  tjltiss  is  ti
.  Then.'  too, t ne   lot
in   certain   inspects.
t tie  mat crit
in   these
ing  to  lean
ry  exists   it
I mleed, I lt(
I of tinv
lays,   it,
t'huf  a
Ihe  "s
-  bv
nearly foiirt'liuntlre^l years hard-
any itiip,it.-,.in'., treaty^—whether
' . of.. e.'.mnieive ..r of , pb.ai'.u—was.
made .between. Efghntd ami the■ iitiier
g.r.c.-it. powers in v.iijch a jiface wtis iiil.
given to the Xewfoiiridlaiid fisheries. U
was.ih'ir importanee ■Pud the desire,of
the Pal ions . to .'share, in 'them thtit lei
to .Newi'.>ii.iidhlud, us the bite LiirdSal.;s
bury s;ii.|; bcii.-g "■tlie sport of, hist or"/.-
mis-'ort'une.- ' Divr.'od by K.nglnnd. N'ew
foundItl.ud wtis in, Ihe '-.irly- days too re:
mote from her shores for the avera'ie
Eno-l.isht.inJi  to he irbhytii tl pprec.bit e the
Value   Of   ili'.se   eietll     jisliel i.':.,   lull    eiet
sei|inutiy. tis ti cohsiileral ion for 'pence,
they were pledec-l ami hypol |iei-ti ii",l
iiml mortjjagetl to .l.-'-ra nee and In,- United States, -.ami'''iilhigfpl' " scrvil ulcs;"'
created, whb'li not, only retarded and
kept ' b.if'dj '.ihe. advancement of N'.-w-
foumila.-id, but, from their very nature
lei to Ihe pass-r.g.of penal laws to pro-
vent seltlemi-il, it the eburilry and the
de\ i.-lobment of its' nat tir-r,-,-.resoiirccs'. II
was .1 hough! snl'lirient I hat Newfoundland   should-fpr'.e  as  a   nursery   for  fh"
foilowinei """"'-     "''   '.'"gk'.ml.    l-'rtince' and    tl,-.
,.   , e   ,i" j United States, ami  ncc.m'dinjiiv the fish
V      O ,     t tit! ! ,     , , , ■    •    . ,
ermeii ol I lies,. cdiiuI lies cinitiiiued to
P.rose.-itle .1 lift fisiii'iies <ia the trrettl
banksi for over throe hundred years, la
the'year l.'-OO there were nearly four
Itimdred ilshirg t-h'tos fr.uu Kuela nd tint!
netit'ly tis many. from the cojon'.es. To
day tifteen hu'udred sail of craft from
-Vewfoiini'li, i d 'oti "down fo the l.a'b.ni
bit-.'' and full;,' ti-n titet-s as matu en
gage in Ihe lishery in the btiys and on
Ihe  coasts n.  thtit  country.
li-bti. :iiup;;s'i%ellii!g":nei;<j:ri' rt'utlrplyi lii^tyilie
.P'iUs and,;, a si" said; lief Pre,' llipy: vvbrlceil
Av.'Pn'diir'^.'!' <; '; y-}':A'f"A i,:'.;: ■'i;;:,.;; ■'.'.' ■;: '£..'j:A':;:}A.
ictRheumptiKiti; rif;a'ify: ki'tKiiis^blised "\jy
disbrdbred:'.Ixldlfcy's itpiliffg to -strain ifhie: ,.
iiric ini i -Oufiif iheybioipLipiWld 's'lvi-il'*''tlirppr,i:abe. i.-i;i;pre'-?i,i,istr.'ssii
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Winnipeg, Man. JUli LK.MJif.K.:, MOVIE.   BRITISH COLUMBIA  Cross of Honor  h I* r �����     J      ' '* V II . i ' It  America's leadership in the march of progress "has now  .'become something .more than a mere "patriotic belief.    ��   ��� ���- -  . It has not only been conceded, but has been proclaimed in trumpet  tones by a congress of the nations of the world.. /  National pre-eminence has found equal expression. arid appreciation in international  preference for  i' ���     <  f  uali  Sales both" at home and abroad have indicated   this  pf���"   ^"^i^^  *ancL conclusively proven by tbe cross  of   honor   and   medals   illustrated   on   tnu,   pa.c  trophies of a competition which marks an epoch in the history of  brewing.  .      By   these   decorations, and  by  the  diploma   which   accompanied  them, ^  International Pure Food and Hygienic Exposition at Antwerpdec ares , Pabst f��?^��   {y  > absolutely the finest of 'tfc  world's  brews-the   peer   of all   beers   in   purity, murine  properties and general excellence. -^     . - "���'.  a :    ;���. the true significance of this award lies not ^-^-^^^^^le  W European beers were entered in the competition ; but that Fabst piu- ^    . .  ����k beer that successfully withstood all the prescribed tests. ���  Other beers   deteriorated;   they   changed^ color;   or   lost their   tast.Pah*   Bhje  Ribbon  alone  showed  a  perfect score,  and   thus  ,ro  veritably the onc.����/ "Beer of Quality.  a I -a 'is  a  This award is no surprise to those who know Pabst; but it is worth pondering by  those wlio drink other beers, or none.  The perfection of Pabst Blue Ribbon is the logical result of a lifetime devoted to  the attainment of perfection in brewing.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a, nutritious beer because it contains all of the food portion  of the barley grain���a result of the Pabst eight day natural malting process. ���  Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is an invigorating beer because it contains the tonic properties, of the choicest hops.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a pure beer because it is made under perfect conditions of care  and cleanliness.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is the ideal home   beverage because it contains a very small percentage (3io*)  of alcohol.     It, is   truly a temperate drink, invigorating and healthrul.  ��*  and Bottled only at the Brewery  Phone 17  tor  CRANBROOK, B. C.  ~5 \  *��*  ���\\  % k  V  ri>.< r\  m  V,-  :- \\  ^M^k TIIE LEADER,   MOVIE.   BRITISH COLUMBIA  Provincial   Electors  Act  Cranbrook  Electoral   District  ���"*  TAKE NOTICE that. I have received objections, in writing  temiun of the lu'.iowmg names.' on the Regisiei oi Voters -for  brook  Electoial   District on the grounds stated  below.  AND take notice thut at a Luui I ot l.ewsuoii   to  fie, held  on   the  of May 1911 at the  Court House at Oranbrook'at    Ten    O'cIock  .forenoon,    1 shall hear and determine the said  objections,  named  persons, or some  other Provincial   Voter  me 'th,at such objections aie not. well founded,  oil  the  said  Register. c,  J.    F.    ARMSTRONG.  "   ' ' Registrar of Voters.  Dated this '6tli day of  April, 1911. , ��  to  the    re-  the   Crnn  1019   Langan,   Charles  Frederick    ,    Cranbrook  (1031    Laurie,  Robert James  Marysville  (J050B   Legault, Fred  -;? ,    Cranbrook  !l054    LeiriMgnc,  Jean Marie  ,  Cranbrook  11055    Lemoigno,   William     Wattsburg^  j 105.7   Lennox,  Robert Johnson   ._. 1....1'   Moyie  2037  1065   Lewis,   Frank'     > -"-    Cranbrook  2044  J0S3    Lode,  Alphonse ....: '..-., ,. ' Moyie  30^713   Lortie,   Joseph    ~ , '.������������   Cranbrook  1088 ��� Lougheed,, John , .'. .,    Moyie  Lowrie; 'Robert  James   '. .' Cranbrook.   : /    Moyie   .Jr.    Moyie   .'    T'ort ^Steele   '    Cranbrook   ,    Moyie   '. '. ". ,...,   Cranbrook  1st day  in     tue  and  unless such  on'     their   behall   satisfies  I  shall  strike  such   names  .THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED  DISTRICT.  ABSENT   FROM     THE  5B  16  Acton,  William   Thomas'  Adair,- Alexander      Allen,'   John      Amos,   John    .....  <���  Miff >.Jf(J    ~ .      .  *9. H    ���>  it;       '  r?  - o  -,' r  1  28    Anderson,, Fred   Rac'  ���    20   Anderson,  George  James  ...,: <���   30   Anderson, 'Thomas   ...'..'. ;   36   Angus,  Donald'W .........'..,.   '��� ���  ���   3S   Angers* Frank   Raoul   -. ������;���  45   Armstrong,'  Alan    ,������   <������ ���   72   Bailey,   Amos    '.' '��� : ;������  97 , Ban-,   John   Edward    , ������ ; -�����/  101 Bars,   Levi .' , ��� ���'��� ���'���������'���  102 (-Barry,  Merrick   S  ���'   112   Battell,0 George   Franklin    '.     -��� ���  11G   Baylin,   Frank   .,. '. '. '��� ��� '   122   Bechtel,  Charles  LeRoy  '���-,   133    Denning,   Alonzo   : , V- " -���<������; :<���  13C   Dernier,' Frank   Xavier :���. ���    ^  '..���.'..v '.  138   Bertrand,   Hon ore   ' ���'���   * ���,  15-1   Bird*   William   Joseph   '...,..   ..". ;   ,1G0   Blake.  Frank  Graham   ��� ,-   1 IG3    Dlalchford,   George  ..., i   ,191    Drault, 'Alfred   ....< ������d^-jgL     ........ ������  194   Drault,  Joseph, Autpine  .y7T!?^v. :..������-..._...  218   Brouse,  Reuben " Earl  , '   227   Brown,  James   Arthur .* ��... '���   229   Brown, ,Sidney   Douglas   .* -������  254   Bums, Thbmas   \��� :   2G6   Butler,   Roger   ..... ���   271    Callahan,  Michael   '':. '��� -   '289 "Campbell,   Duncan      296   Campbell,   Michael   : ���;������  ,307   Carlson,   John   Algb.t   ; ������  309   Carr,,-James  ....'. '.  ;  312   Carroll,   James   Meagher   .'...:'..... .-   328B ,Oastonguay,   Dieudonne1  .'   33313   Chantigny,   Naphthalie j.........V. '.' ��� ' ���  Choinel,, Louis   Juhen  J.  M   &   Clark,  David   ..��.'. .....* v   ........'...!--' '������  ���Clark,-David     .' ��  "   Clayton,   Edwin   James  ��� .1. ". <_. .'...Marysville  Clayton,   James  .' .".....'...A ���..' .'���-���'���'    Moyie  Collins,  Loins ' '. ..:'. '.'....'. '  s v......'....... ..'    Moyie  Colter, Robert Johnson ..'. ..:....-. .'    Moyie  Corrigan,   Peter    '. Ay  ���...-���������'��� ���.���������������   Moyie  Crick,   George    /....'...., .". '    '....".' ; ���*    Moyie  Crooks, Thomas  ;  .....    " '- ,-. Moyie  Crowe, .Fred  William   - ���'���   Moyio  Cummuig,  David   '..-. ��       .'    Cranbrook  Dalganlno,'Grnnby Leslie  ' ;    Ff'i't   Steele  Dallas,   James   Alexander   ,    Moyie  Dawson,   Charles    -' '���    Moyie  Demers,  George ��� Marysville  Dennis,   Wilson   .; '���������������   Wardner  Dcwar, Robert E.  Lee       ' '.    Fort" Puele  'Dickieson,   George   N t Moyie  Dpwnes,   Fiedenck   Hoin-y      Moyit  Doyle,   John     '.    Moyie  Dunn.   William    '    Moyie  Edwards, George' H.  ...t '    Moyie  Edwards,   WaJnmc   E.   !    Moyie  Ellis,  Joseph       Moyie  Elplunsipne,   CJordon    : '���    Moyie  dSiJfn^i'J Thouins         '>'.>yie  Erskl^,' Androw   Wylic   '    ������ Marysville  Eisk!ii4,  Robert  ..'  Marysville  Etter,   Riii-ene         ">"an  Evans, .Charles  George  ' /������   Moyie  Felt;'Richard    ���-. ^  'Moyie  Feltham,   William   James     Moyie  Flood,  Albert   James v '.    Moyie  Fontanelle,   Emile   .... "...\    Cranbrook  Forbes,   James    :    Cranbrook  352  358  358B  367  3G9  385  388  410  '   431  434  '    439  447  455  456  4G7  47S  ���1S1  4&7,  490  525  530  539  554  557  560  562  565<  573  571  575  57G  5SSB  '589'  ' G19  622B  G25  G27  630  632  G3.-1  G34  63S  63SB  (.43  n47  G4S  Gt.3B  675  GS3  CS'l  d92  697  69 !>  6'J'J  72.:  727  730  731  7-12  70S  .......   Wardner  ..   Ci'anbruok   .-   Moyie  .. Cinnbrook  '., .Cranbrook:      Wardner   _ Wardner  ... Marysville  ... Marysville,  .'.   Cranbrook   ';   Moyie  North   Stai      Moyie  ,,. Marysville   ;.   Moyie   -.Moyie  ..   Cranbrook      Moyie  .'. 'Cranbrook  .,...:.... Movie  A....'.   Moyie   ' Moyie  ......   Wardner  ..   Orannrook      Moyie      Moyie'  ..'.... Wardner  ....'..   Wardner  ..'.    Moyie   '.   Moyie      Moyie   ," Moyie      Moyie  ...,.., Wardner      Wardner  . Kimberley  .. Orannrook  .. Craiibrpok  ..   Cranbrook      Movie  ...J    Moyie  Ford,  Allen   '.         Moyie  Foi rest,  Olner     Moyie  Foriest,  Tim       Moyie  Forshnw,  Thomas     Wardner  Forshaw,   William  Henry    '- '.  "Wardner  Foster,  William  Gordon  :....   Cianbrook  Fomnler.   Henri         Cranbrook  Fianoon,   Oscar   ...,...., ' ' ���������   Moyie  Fi-asei,   John    '.       Moyie  1092  1099  1100  1101  1121  J12S ���  1143B  Lynch, William   L>on,   George     Lyons,  Patrick    Marnock,  John     Marshall,   Matthew  ...  Maynard,   Napoleon  1154    Merqer.  Joseph   : .", -r '���' --   Moyie  U54B   Mercure., Clansse  ..: .'.    Cranbrook  USGIJ'   Mollatt, George, .'    Cranbrook  1197   Moore,  George  Gordon    '. '...' pranbrook  Moore,   John  Smith : ."....   Wardner  Moore,   Thomas    '......" , ' Moyie  Morison,   Angus     .'    Moyie  Mott,   Josejih ._.    Cranbrook  Mowll,  George,, James - '. , - Moyie  Munroe,  Daniel R.  ,' .';....��-^...'.  'Fort   fteelo  1109  1202  1210  1223  122C  1230  1232  1233  1235  1.239  ]24G  1281  1284  8a  12h9,  1293  1302  1305  J30S  .-tee-  Archibald      Charles  A   Daniel   Edward  Dougal      Hugh   >/..'   John   Ronald   ..  Mtirphy,  Alexander  Murphy,   Alfred   .,,.  Murphy, Thomas ..  Murray.  Robert D.  McAUistei,  Ro'bert  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  .McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald:  McDonald,  TSiK'-^ici/Dugal,  1320 '.McDougall,  1322   McDougall,  1337   McKarlane,  1347    McGregor,  S47B-McGregor  1,^51    Mclver,   Charles  ....  137S    McKinn'on,  Kenneth  McLaien,  McLellan  McLeod,'  ........  "^fi^a^"      Moyie      Moyie  .,...,   Moyie  ,'    Moyie  ...V..   Moyie  Cranbrook      Moyie  j....'. Moyie      Moyie  Cranbrook  ,....".   Moyie  2010    Wilson,   Douglas  Anion' ..  . .  2019 cWilfjon,   William  John    .   -..  2024    Wiseman,   James  Ric.'i^d  ,.  2035,  Woods,  Willam  Henry    ..    -  2036 J Woodsworth,   Thomas^ . .,.  Woodsworth,   John  Charles  Wright,   Alexander     Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook      Moyie  Cranbrook  ..... 'Moyie  THE { FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED DECEASED  Malcolm  Allen ....'. '.....'. .'.   Cranbrook  Ronald   Joseph    .' ���' 6Moyie  Daniel    .'...: .' '..'...., '...'..-.   Wardner  John   Sutherland   i.i... j'. .' ...��   Moyie  Robert .'. .' ,..'. ..'. .' ���� 'Moyie  Thomas   Henry   :....,'....' .'. ' .'���' ,Moyie  George' Thomas    a.,'...:....: ."- ."-  'M^yie'  Robert   '.   ���'- '...'. .'.......' .Cranbrook  A. \d...."...!. .'..-^ ���'..�� "flloyic  ...?    .' '. :..'....��� -   Cranbrook  Duncan '....::..' '..(. ���_....'... ���.-,���- M��"'ysvllle,  AusLiu- James '. '.'.. ,. '��� ���'- ���������'   Moyie|  Malcolm   ...': .' .' < i ' '������������'���   Cranbrook  McMillan,   Angus   ....,'...���.  ' McMillan',   Cecil   .' .'.  McMillian,   Kenneth      .McNeill,   Malcolm      McNeill,   Roderick   .....'.,..';  NeilL(   Charles    '.......,  Neil,   John   Lawrence   ....  Neilson, .Q-scar  Goborne  ....;. Moyie  .'.....-, Moyie  .. .Wardner     Moyie  ....'.. Moyie  ....... "MoyTc      Movie  .Cranbrook  James,  Cranbrook  Cranbrook   .'   Moyie  Nicholson, Angus  Nicholson, Daniel  Oliver,'  Walter '...  Olson,   Victor (. I.'..'.. ..:    Cranbrook  Oxley!''Kenneth Flynn ....���....'....'.'...' '������'��� 'fMoyie  ���' O'Brien,   Charles' Ed,>vard ' '....��� '. "���>��� Moyie  'O'Hara   -Andi-ew,  1.181  1391)  140h  1113  1134  1U3'  1122  1124  1145  1446  1447 -        ���    ���        ���  1451 .Nesbett,  Arthur  Henry    .' :..i    Cranbrook  1154  1455  14G8  14G9  ���0 47S  1179  MSOB  J 493  'Pahit, Louis  1493B    Paqtiette,   Heiiri , . . ,  150S   Patre(jui'n,  Edward    .-. .'.;..����� ��� '��� _���-,��� ;-   Moyie^  Patrequm,  Lewis   '. , ����������� ..'...-...�� "'Moyie  Peddle,  Donald', ���.. '. '������-'���; '-'���'��� -, ' MByie  Peedle,   Walter Victor  ...A I-c- ��.��    Cranbrook  Pennington, .Joseph'  -. ��� ' ;    Fort   Steele  Penson,   Harold   John    "' ��. ..,'..... '-'������; '.    Wardner  Peterson,'.Edward  ...'. v .' '.�� ���' ���' ,��� Moyie  Pettersoti; Panlus ....'. .<.#..'....:. A-   .Wardner  Pettety- Willis ..'. L. a ���"���������"��� ��� ' Oranbrook  Pierce, Buiri's  .' .'- '..'-' \-    Wardner  ���Pitman, Arman William ...!.....<:,:..' ���'- �����; '���    Moyie  Powell,   Charles   Grant ;..'.'....'. ��-.-'-..,-��� '�������� ���'������   Fo,rt .&tee-le  Powers,  Nicholas'  -A ...��� -.Fort .Steele  Prydc, JDavid  '. '.    Moyie  yuilty,   Patrick   , ���    Moyie  , Rawhnson,  Rowland    ���  -Moyie  Reeve,   Bennet- Foster ��������� ' Moyie  Renaud,   Edinond   , ,-.    Cranbrook  Oranbrook  Cranbrook  Cranbrook  1510  1521  1522  1525;  1526*  1532  1534  1536 ���  1543  1548  1358  1562  1565  1570  1577  15S5  1594B  1598  1601  I6IJ7  1613  1613  1618  !G2-f  1630  1G36  164^  1619  1663  1683'  1692  1699B  1707  1710  1711  1716  1717 '  1723  1732  '1735  1710  1742,  1741  1717  1759  Richards,  George. William   . . .'. '    Cranbrook  Richardson,   John   Minto    i ���    Wardner  Roberts,   Arthur   S ���'������ ���' ������������   Moyie  Robertson,  Donald   Leslie      'Wardner  Robertson,   John .David    ;    Moyie  Robertson,  Robert   .' ���-��������'    Moyie  Robinson,   Edward   William       Moyio  Rochford,   John       Moyie  Rogeis,   Samuel    .' '��� '���    Wardner  Ross,   Hugh  Campbell. ���. '   Moyie  Roy,   George   '. '���    Cranbrook  Ryan,   William   H ���'���    Moyie  Schult/.,   John    ��  pranbrook  Seguin,   Auguste     ���    Moyie  Sheehan,   Laurel     ..."    Cranbrook  Shorthouse,   Bert James      Wardner  Simpson,   Frank    ..'.    Moyie  S'impson,   Frederick   E ' Cranbrook  Sinclau,  Lewis M.'     Oranbrook  Sisley,   George   Harry    ��� - r-Moyie  Slaughter,   Plulo   Preston    .'.'    Oranbrook  Smith,  Smith,  793  814  K23  827  835  836  812  85  865B  S73.  877  87 S  ���   882  896  912  914  91R  9li0  925,  948  952  957  962  966  967  96'J  1 DOflB  1001  Frasei ,   Malcolm      Gagnon,  Thconld     Garf.n,   Joseph      Geddes,   i.'hailes   William    ..  Gibbons,   James   Lawrence   .  Giggle,  Lemuel    Gill,   Albert      Gill,   Join'      Gill,   John   James       Gordon,   Uhv-ur   Goupill,  Daniel   Grains,   August   Giangci,   Jamci.   .. .'...-..  Grayhon,   Henry       Hall,   Albnit   Ferdinand  Hamilton,  William  ..  Hart,   Hany   H        Hazen,  Frederick   Jefferson  Hendeibon,   Arthur   Scott    ..  Hepwoith,   Richnid      Hicks, Albert  Tlionim    Hicks,  Henry   .    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tasa -\f*Xfi-  ���������'-��� ���'WC^N^iir'i''- OiS:  l"n  ' ������Afl-5'Krt    .   .".'"/a_-!N.-��;  THE TRADER. MOYIE. BTUTTSII COLUMBIA  >i  A  V  * . <-? "  ..       -i  fe f.-t: '  ���Kiiij- ft* ?*\r '  BgWf'5'S'n  ��� Jlv   J-       -a*  <-        J    f"   'A**  ^e  JWMWW.-IWWU  ���ij^-iiy.'.iHimimiM  Ti ffiOYIB LEADEE.  Published ia tli.e interest of tho people  of Movie ajod E a et Kootenay.  'I?.  J.   S^iVTII,   P'J^.M.-slIKH.  itxiK  or  si;n.-ei'.i:'iio>  One Yecir  $2.00*  P. E. L Controversy  Dear Sir���Some time ago during a  Unsanitary, Foad  Spoiled food is not unpalatable  -it is dangerous.    The death of a  debate iu the J7.iion tfali on -Efc-1 Spokane girl due to eating a sand-  ploitation,"   my    friend,   Marcus I wich apposed to have contained  Martin, made the statement, that BPoiled mea_ showa the lmp��r-  one half of the farms in prince j-��"��> of careful supervision over  Award's Island were mortgaged, ^he dealers supplying edibles for  general consumption.   It is a goon  yWJUAY, A1MUL21.   1011  The green onion   will  ,soon  Jiavc its'effect  ou   the   breath  pf spring".   ,��. .  Again'UieoReader calls attention to April 25th, "which  has been set aside as Gleaning  Up Day. . The government  teams will haul all 'stones' aud  t  fubbisli away, providing this  sort qf (fluff is gathered 'up iu  piles. '.Don't forget tlie day,  and yemr duty lo.the town'.    &-  .   No' bettcx:   work   could   be  <  done for the rirovinpe than the  building of 'the government  trunk road, -In a short" time  jt will be completed from , one  end of -British Columbia to the  other, in fact the greater pof-  ' ,��iqn of it is now open ��� to traffic. ' It is costing a lot of  fnoney, but when built it will  be a valuable asset to the  country.. '   r     ,   ,  It"was 19 ' years .ago .last  Monday that F: G.�� Little  staked the  tovvnsite   oi .Cves-  ' ton. Crcston today is��oue. ,of  the most substantial towns in  the" country', far "'it has tlie  backing to make it a pennan-  ' eut place. Its first boom came  during the construction of the  Crow's Nest road, and then  followed several years of quiet  times. Then it became  known that the laud was  jdeally adapted, to fruit raising, and today there are hundreds of acres of land cleared  and under cultivation. Mr:  'Little, the original locator of  the townsite. still lives at  Preston, and is one of the  town's most respected citizens,  JJeing very skeptical in the veracity of the statement arid wishing  to get the truth of the matter, I  wrote the editor of the Daily iKx-  aminer, Qharlottetown, P. 13. I.,  asking, what-jneanji, 1 would take  to find out -'tlie per centage of  farms'on P. 15. T. under mortgage,  aud also, what amount of money  was on deposit ein savings and  other batiks to tho credit of farmers iu P. R I. In answer,,I received, a few days ago, tho following letter from Editor Cotton:  fCliarIottetown', P. 13. I.,  .' Apt ilJ7th,' 1011.  Dear Mr'._Macdonald���  . ' v" hi repjy to yours of  the'30th.'March, icceived yesterday, I.have to say that T culled  upon our Register of ' Deeds and  he'told me that you would be  well within the mark if1 you-,had  stated that not'a quarter1 of the  farms in P. E. J. are under. mortgage. ,' In the best ^settlements,  he said, there are practically no  mortgages, only a stray man having mortgaged to obtain the  means with which to purchase an  additional f.ifm.   '%  There is on deposit jin the savings bank of the banks here  about'$9,000,000���in great part-  held by farmers'.  Yours Truly,  W. h. Cotton.  There are approximately about  11,000 farmers in P. E. I. Most of  the money lent out on mortgages  through the law-offices is owned  by farmers. And much of th'e  real estate in the towns is owued  by wealthy, farmers. So that, if  we leave oft all other moneyed  holdings ot the farmers in P. E. I.  and divide the $9,000,000. among  the 11,000 farmers., i,t ^vill give  each one an,, average of 'about  SS00.00 in the savings. ' This, I  think, is a fairly good condition  of affairs.   . .  .     J. A. B. MACDONALD.  plan for the lion ��e wife to throw  anything away tlie good condition  of which she is not certain of. ,  In cases of rheumatism relief  front pain makes sleep and rest  pos?ible. 3Jhi$ mi.y be .obtained  by applying 'Clmn,berium's Uiii  ment. For sale by all dealers.  ''' When a medicine'must be given  tr> ,3'otuig children ib��� should be  pleasant to take. Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy is made from loaf  sue.Hi', nn'd the roots used vin,its  preparation K,i\'B it ti' ilavor similar to maple syrup, making it  pleataut to' take. ,It has no  superior for eohl"-,1 croup and  whooping cough. For'sale by all  dealers     ��.    ,.    '  1 ' CHINQOKERS        -   |  "'  iSpokesra'aii-KeYiey.)  A eity^with a floating population has hard work establishing a  sinking fund.  It's a bright public man who  knows his own speech���when reported in the pipers.1  Ore reason why some women  know so little is that they never  stop talking long enough to listen  tu us men.'    ~  The Black Horse.  Queen of the Moulin Rouge  The sensational musical production, the "Queen of the Moulin  Rouge," will bo seen at the Cranbrook opera house on the evening  of Thursday, April 27th. This  play is said to be swift, smart,  saucy and gorgeously girly.  NOTICE  AU accounts due me are to be  paid to Y. Desaulnier, at the  Central hotel, and those having  accounts against me can also present them to him.  O. F. DESAULNIER.  METAL    MARKET.  New York���liar silver, 53 cts.  Lead $-1.50.  London-���Lead,   C12, 17s. Od.  "The new 150-ton concentrator  at the   Black   Horse   mine   near  Murray, Idaho, should run   steadily from now on   with   one   shift  and iu a couple of weeks more we  will have everything in   shape  to  keep it iu   operation   bo.th   night  and   day."   says.    Patrick  Burke,  mauager of the  property.    "The  mollis.a great success.     It   ia   effecting an absolutely clean separation of the lead and zinc, in which  respect I believ* it is doing better  work than any other mill   in   the  Coeiu- dfAlenes-..    The lead concentrates are averaging over   70   per  cent and the zinc  conc.entraces   a  littlei oyer 50 per ceufc."    ���  Chamberlain's Goug'n Remedy  Cures Colds, Croup fii'd WHoopinf' Couzh.  ^���-Savelour Money,  , *(2.Y��raence.Now!. |  We want everyone to teuw  fljat we are paying '-  c~<\% IuTereetr^ ,  'peraraiuiR credited mfhTf,  ���on. savings deposits($1-'  " gopWar^subjcctTo^lV  firawal br cheq-ue % -  on TiTiie deposits of *  .S^lnoTit^s doyer.��  ��� We invest mva&x for events  "'mfirstmoYt_a_esSSoa  general unancialliusmess:'  - we warilYour saving accril,'  & ifyou arc not saving - .  systematically, *���*���*- ���  Commence NOW WuliUS.  . Deposits "b^- mail ^^Tv  -*���*-*��� casilvlian^eS'���  'Toucaiisend urDraff, *&  ' Post Office * Cypress   ��  Order or Re&isterciin*7'^   ^  .Letter & withdrawals @  can be macie^-*- ����� ^ - tf\  - �� axy wav- ym wsh..   -c  Weave Respoasible  ReferW^+ - -���*���  Duns,B^Bstred5,  or To anyone m-*--  Write as about ftWay  Do.it.Tiow! HI!  m toblg JStreef,  A woman in New \oi-k1 announces that   she   cau��� liypuotize -.lob  steraj' *   Pshaw! ,and    also   tush!  Ca-i-ie Chndwic-k, beat her' to it.  I. O. O. F.  *^lV^i&��t~jlwlld*>y I.o4bo No, 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings  in the  Miners'Union  hall.     Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  VE. L. Hutt, F. J. Smvi-h,  ' Noble Grand. Scsr'y.,  ht. Kugeue X.oiIku No. 37  ^\|\   K. of P. '  II. G. MacdoNAM;,  Cliiinc-fllfir Com.  iting brethren welcome  C. A. Foote,  K   R.  &.    S  - . NOTICE  <��� '   >  ���������>     /  Tenders will l.e received by tlie undersigned up to the 22nd day of April ( 1911,'  at'5'P.M. for the purchase of Block  27, Subdivision of Lot No.' 541, Group  one,' New Westminister Pistrict, .situated-  in the City of Vancouver, and being , the  site1 of the old Provincial Court House  Each tender must be enclosed in a registered letter"and must be addressed to  the undersigned, and*,.plainly marked  "Tenderforbid Vancouver Court Hou.se  Site," aiuKmust be accompanied bv an  accepted 'cheque for ten per cent of -the  first payment of the purchase 'money.  Pujmeiit for the property will be accepted in instalments of one-quarter of  the purchase mouev.    The first   of such  7   *i * -"*'..' ,r ���  instalments to be"' paid within thirty  days after the,acceptance of the tender,  and'the other three annually thereafter,  with interest at the rate of 6 per cent  per annum. In die event of the 'person  whose tender i> accepted failing to complete the first instalment within thirty  days of the notice of Mich acceptance  the sale to him will be cancelled and,  his ten per cent deposit forfeited. ' The  cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned. 'The highest or any tender will not'necessalily 'be accepted.,  .No commissions of any kind will *'be  allowed. ' '  ,        '  WILLIAM. R. ROSS, ,   , ,.  [��� Minister of L,��.nds.  Department of Lands,��' '  .  ' '   Victoria, B, C,        , ���    o  <     March 7th, 1911.\-     _ '  S.lki.k  '''  A. r  I.imIj;!.',   No. T>r  ,   &   A.   ,11.  '  Regular  meeting ������  ou   the first Wednesday      of     each  month, ���  Visiting brethren welcome,  D. A.., Ay res,' W. JI.  , ��        Amos Potter, Secretary  ,  w**rVwvvwvyvi'''vvs1VN^^  The Wonderful Cure  =ooo=  ever  Moyie Miners' Union  -   '   No. 7,1 w. F, of M.��   ;/,  ' .JFeets in Jliuers'   Union Iltill ev  , ,<i      ,  ery' Saturday evening. Sojourn,  ing members are cordially invited  to attend.  '       '.  1' ..'  Joe  McLaren James Roberts  -   President. 'Secretary  Dr. Khrlich's Specific; or "GOe" is the only specific  discovered lo cure blood poison''quickly and Su'  cessfully. Wd have seeme<l this rem(11 kable specific  "606," which lias l>eeu fully tested and proved la hv  POS1TIVK cure for tbe terrifying specific blood (lis!  csaso. "606" is now in use in our laboratory. Rc-nitm*  ber, "606"^ has cured thousiuids of nuii iu ^mope"  most of them were cured .after first treatment. U'e a '.  experienced medical doctors and know how to diagnose  your ease, -using Von Dungeru's lllooil Test ,  ' ' ���  Write for information.  Special treatment for all other diseases of men:  Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins/Hydrocele, Blood  and Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney, Bladder and  Rectal Disorders^ etc., and Contracted .Ailments       '  r   , ,  ���Best _ Anatomical Museum In the Northwest.     "  ti      <* ���  Dr,  Kelley's , Museum,  '210 Howard St"  SPOKANK,..Wash'  S , ' A 'f <  'DR. F. ��. MILES  ���;      , Dentist,'    ������. "���  Cranbrook,, > i    ,. u, C���.  George H Thompson,  .Barrister.   'Solicitor.'-  Notary Public,'<I:c.        ' t  CRA.JSrBltOOK,     , British Coi.UMniA  W. R. BEATTY ,       ,  i - ,       i(  ', Embalm'er and Undertaker,  Phone 9.'        ,J      ''.-��� CRANBROOK  Rarvey,..�� McCarter   &  Macdonald.  Barristers, So'licitora, NotarieaV Etc  Cranbrook,   - . - , B. C.  NOTICE  si    . ^ ^. I,  Public .Notice is hereby, given that,  under the authority contained in section  131 of the "Land Act," a regulation has  been approved by the Ijiiyitenaut-Goycr-  uor in Council fixing the minimum salt  prices of first and second-class lands- at  $10 and $5 per acre, respectively.  This regulation further provides that  the prices fixed therein shall apply to  all lands with respect to which the application to purchase is given favourable consideration after this date,' notwithstanding the date of such application or any delay that may have occurred  in the consideration of the same.  Further notice is hereby given 'that  all persons who have, pending.applications to purchase lauds under the provisions of sections 34 or 36 of the "Land  Act" and who are jiot willing'to complete such purchases under the prices  fixed bj the aforesaid regulation: shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund of the moneys  deposited o*i~ accnuut of such applications.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.  T.T. McVItUe,ii.E.,l-  L. S."H.   Y.,P��wfcer, V  E  McVITTIE & PARKER  Phovixciai. Land Surveying  RAILWAY  &   MINING  -EXClSEltHISO  "Estimates Furnished."  '     - offices     '  Fort Steele P. O. Box 23.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  W. E. GTJRD,  BAUUISTKll, HOLICITOK, TCTC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  f**  :-. iaaw,;^��r. JESBBBBSE^  m~ NO NAR5ES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to l-Ejs  Sorr.o for Weeks.  1111V  111.  3JT-.:  i't'-V  -ih  Th^ Reason  ...r,^ s'riinlri' timl ��*vil hn1ii(��! in youth brousht on  ,������.,.; \cm-,     v.l.Ii. 1 1...1..U1 haul  mo i��-l..ri,if ���'f'-1''1,.1f *��r,^  ���I ,'... mi .-i:ii i-A l".t '��� '--I ^"'1 " '--1'1 !ll<;>' ' f11!10 U *l.,n-jr  ... t'., ,. , ���.iiioi>iu ,.i nil i'o. toisns It i- butor tlan  V O ><i.'.s-nj-As,:- .. li-.'i liy I" >''..Ai v.liioi.i'iili.iin1  ' ' I-r imv oi 't. i- ii 1"'- .-is-J ��� p fo s-o-.-U 1 Lr, ><'MiP .y c.  *      'ill A."Ud t ' en. t. .���.'.'...-;" [- ?��� ��� X1^ }.'" ^l\ !,_r.|\. '_^  -.' Another train story nov^. going  the rounds as applied to a western  .^ti,,e.ricain1 line-.  "We were crossing a'stretch of  prairie land," said he, "vyhen the  traiu stopped for no. apparent  reason. ,  "After L wn.it o�� almost an  hour the conductor eam,e sneaking  through the train, glancing furtively, at tlie exasperated passengers.    W-hen he. cam.e   to   m^   ho  leaned down and whispered:  . ��� i  "Say, have you got a piece, of  string? We want to fix tho engine.''  ri.xrr.Vin.-l..:..*.-,   Colic  Cl.olerH  nna  tbamberlain S   Uiarrhora Remedy.  I    ^ever fails,  Jjuyitap;.?.   11 may save Ul*<  f   ^i'W^C/^ ^ ^^�����*^ ofyour valuable ��^g^_V c_ LOCUST.  ^YOUR   BLOGD i.SEEM'" DBSEASEDI -  is fliscnsnit.   They.sap tho  RESERVE  cmo* on  atraent  :��. FOI'. ilOMt: TREATMENT.  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grisweid St. Detroit, Mich*.  ~_���mn.~^. rr<s ��">iT H (TO E? ' All letters fr<-;m Canada must be acl.lressed  S^P^^* 2*3 $$ B B Is utm lo our Canadian ��� Corrcsi:ciwlence Uepart-  '^S^' zizisnxm-mazzzn ment iii Windsor, Ont. Ir you desire to  see *.is acf-onallv call at our Medical Institute in Uetroit as we see and treat  wp,i���ti in'our Windaor ofSccs v.-liich; are for Correspondence and  iatory for' Canadian business only. Address all letters as follows.  DRS. KENNEDY &. KENNEDY, Wina.cr, Ont  Wg_gs^g^^  Notice is hereby f*i\en Unit all vacant  Crown lauds not already under reserve,  situated within the boundaries of the  Land Recording Districts of Cariboo and  I.illooet, and the Kamloops Division of  Yale Laud Recording Jhslnct, are re-  scrved from any alienation uiMfcr the  "Land 'Vet" except by pre-emption.  ROUT. A. RKXWICK,  Deputy MinisU-r ol Lauds.  Depiirlmer-t of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 3911.  17 cents a day  buys an  Land Act  OIIANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY  TAKJ.v NOTICE that .'on the 24th  day of April, next the Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company of Canada,  Limited, will apply to the Gold Commissioner of the Fort Steele Mining Division to mark' out under authority of  Section 109-of tlia-Mineral Act,, a parcel  of ground described as commencing at a  post at the S."W." corner of lot 4419,  thence West, 10 chains; thence South to  Lot. 4416; thence Northerly along the  West 'boundaries of lots 4416, 4415 and  4049, to lot 441,9; -'thence"West to point of  commencement, containing about twenty  acres as a space for. the deposits of leavings and dead's frpm the St. Eugene  Group of Mineral Claims, held, by the  said Company under grants fvpni the  Crown.  '    Dated; Movie, B. C, ISth March, 1911  TIM'.    CONSOLIDATED    MINING   &  SMI-LTING COMPANY   of.   CANADA,  LIMITED,  -  By C, II. Mcpougall,  Agent,..  An Endless Chain, -  t -it   *  ���    of Sickness.  ' Theraaro upwards of one million deaths'  'each solu-ln tiie United States. In VJ%  of casca the people "who die are .less than  sixty-llvo years old. The evils that are  due to'disoas.) can be escaped Just in proportion as tho condilions aud JiubiU that  ��� bring on disease 'becomo more widely  'understood.     ,* *    . ;=i*i.  ,      . '    . .s  Then'too a.1 chronic disease -.vhich may  baffle tho skill of the general practitioner  may yot bo ��� permanently cured 'by the  Physician who has made one line of disease a specialty.p '   . '  ���  It would bo just as absurd for the professor tn y, medical college presuming to  lecture on all subjects as for the one Physician to presume to uudemand the nftt-  ure and euro of every disease. ',  , That Is why Dr. IL V. Pierce established  ' the Invalids' Llotel and Suiplcul Institute  many years ago���with'a full stair of Physicians and [-��irt5Coiis���who, though educated to pnu-tlc-o In all douanments ol  medicine aro h/?re assigned to a si^ciaF  department, only���to which each specialist devotes his entire time, study and  attention. !  ���" <���   '      /  The slek who liavo lioen treated ut Di*.  Plcrco's, Invalids* Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y^  have much to say Insjognrd to this wor>-  ' derfully equipped' Sanitarium, vihpro.nl1  olcctrical apparatus, as well as electric  water baths, Turkish baths, static electric machines, high-frequency .current,  and other most modern and np-to-dato  apparr.tus'arc used lor the curcof chronic  diseases^' Tho treatment ot'etsronic dls-  - oases that are peculiar to women have for  many years'been ' a factor in the cures-  afTectcd at thejlnvairds',Hotel ind'Snc--  (jlcal Institute.   '  The physicians and surcoons employed  are among the most experienced and skill;  ful in tho country, "men" wbd.have made  'thesediseases their lifn study, and wlio-d  highest ambition ��is to excel lp their  treatment.  How woll they have succeed*^ may bo  judged from tho Tact that then? practice  embraces caws from every State and Territory of the Union as well as from foreipi  lands. Many thousands,.are annually  treated, either throupli corrcs*?ondencu  or at Dr. Pierce's Institution. It is an  o5d adage that, "Experience umKes perfect," and tho skilled t-pocialists in this  fiold of practice euro thousands of'cases  which hire been abandoned as Incurablo  by gentraJ practitioners.  One of tho most wonderful electrical  nppllaute* is the X-ray used at the Institute which may bo used both in the treatment of various diseases and In tho diagnosis of many obscure conditions. "With  Its aid the Interior of the human body is  no longer the scaled book It has been heretofore. Abnormal states ol the bout's,  gall Stones, stone In the bladder or In the  kidneys, aro shown plainly by what aro  known as X-ray photographs. Internal  tumors, and ihe enlargement c& the deep-  seated organs, are also discovered by this  means and in the diagnosis of tuberculosis  of tlio lungs this agent has proven a uiost  valuable aid. When applied to some of  the Toss fatal chronic ailments of germ  origin it has'proven very effective as a  curative agent.  Another interesting proceeding is ,tho  violet-ray treatment produced by concentrating the violot or chemical rays from  au arc light with a specially prepared  carbon upon any portion of the body that  may be tiie scat of pain. Sufferers from  neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains,  sprains, also from thor.c obscure exhausting pains (the orlgiu. of \sliich cannot at  times be accurately determined) frequently find immediate relief from a single  treatment and usually with a lMtle persistence In the use of this akl.conifortablo  health or porfoct recovery Is obtained.  The Incandescent llj-ht bath, consisting  of a cabinet in uhtdi the pal lent is  bathed In tho combined rays of many  electric light I'lohey. has produced really  wonderful results In diabetes, sciatica,  rheumatism, otiosity, aiuwnla, and sons?  forms of kidney and heart trouble. Jt  has also proven valuable In chronic bronchitis, bionchial asthma and vinous skin  diseases. As a pei��>ral hygienic me.-.'-uru  Its clllclenvy can scarcely bo over-eiti-  m;Ued.  Hundreds are brought to this Institution from lar dist.uit suites and they no  home- Iu a ff w week-, veil and ttri.ns.  Quite a* marvelous are the thousands of  cures annually nccoiupnslied through cor-  espondem-e, while the patient remains  quietly at home. Otber.s consult in person, and after being oxamin.d arc provided with espe.;l,i!ly planned medicine>  and l'.-turu horns- to cjfry out the treatment.  Kveryone who coit-.uII-i die specialists,  whether by letter or In |i. rson KVci\es tho  most careful and considerate attention.  Groit.S care,is exercised not to over.encourage thoso who consult the specialists.  of this institution that no false hopes  may be raised. . ,  Consultation by letter or in person is  absolutely free���no charge whii.tevei����� so  that tho public when, alllleted aro invited  to write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids' llotel  end Surgical Institute, Uullalo, ^. v..  ,  ���Moyie .Hotel]  fVS^sAA>ViA  -   . e  a      P.=F. JOHNSTON Prop:  This liotel is new and well Cmshi-df  The tabjes are supplied wi't.'i' ti,|  best tlie market affords.' The bag  '' is filled Tfftli the best 'brands o|  liquors and cigars. '   ,  Headquarters for '  '   Commercial, and Mining^Meu  Moyie., ,-  B.1  ^       rTtT.8WLJi<\lL-R     Hl-.O.S. 'fopi.  Large   sample   room'   iu- coauecfi  .with liouse for connnercial men.  of aoconimoJiiiion. ��  "��� .   *      '   "*-  ^eadqunrters  for^, Oom-  i'j    '   mercial and IHiniug.Mea.  QlJEkxS AV30   * ' -       J10\  ���    ST Ol- AT THE  t  C0SMQP0UTAH  HOTE  AVJIEX IX  -    .ORANBE0(  fi-H. SMALL. .��iuiiti;er.  Good rooms, good  tables nnd bj  and first class sample roon|  . H. E.   HAI  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and Br|  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short'i  Wall       Paper       Stonj  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranb*  Notice  J..  price $125.00  small payment down  arid easy installments  for balance.   See  F. J. SMYTH  Lsc'al Ageut... HOYIE  If you want aiiyihititr mj  Hue of clothing or J-1" s  uishings, try  Trade Warko  Designs  COPYRIGHTiS ScC.  JVnyona tena\ng n Bl'Ctch and dCBCrlptlnn mny  qntnltly nacorLuln our <��plnlou froo who.linr nil  tuvontlou Is pro^nlJly patoninliln. CotrnHiiilc.-  tlonsstrictlyconlldontlal. HANDBOOK on.VntpnU  noiit froo. Olilont nitonoy for aocurtii|M>��r��iiUi.  Pntonts tjikoit tliroiiKh Muiin * Co- recolvo  tpcelal notice, without ohnrtio, In tho  Scientific American;'  A hundflonioly lltiirtratml -wnelily. LnrRfnc olr-  culiUton of uny Kilcnllllo Journal. Tern.", lor  CaniuU, *��.TO ����� yew. postage lirc'.al.l. hold liy  all iiowwlealeri.  IVHJNN & Go.36tB"��dwav. New York  Brunch OfflCJ. tVi F SU WasbtwitOD. D, C.  t> i\��  ���im TAILOR  We'carry in stock the-JJ  to. make   air'up-to-date   i  made, in town, or we caugj  you    a   special   ordered   ����  made-to your measure-     ���  ftave seady-to-wear L amp.^  clothing, tRe   best i.Kide  ���fittiiie- clatlinig in Canao.  Merchant Tail


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