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 tv-  '��!>���>  It ���  ll(f 0,  M~ '*'  o���  '^  O* J  vvroH^yy1'3'  /  tf* i  ,J^^^4^-^^^  i  ,V0^NO 16/  MOYIE, B. p.. JULY 29.1905.  S2A YEAR  .���^���v^vv^rftA        L  One Block Is   Wiped  "    .    , Out.   .  LOCAL  NEWS  LOSS'JS. JHBABLf -$75,000  tailed mFi;ee Eress Office  aiid Extended to-Bank ''  of Commerce,  #-  ���?  ���a. ��fj-<y "ol,'','s>��  -,������. ,    T.,i' '���*,   lf i  |: CMHBBODKjBR^CHCj  -���I" '    '/* TWd-STORES*\TO 'RENT'S.  ���>s      t ,       '.���.���> *iJ-'.vr-    ,5,-,*\T-  i. -j -ij- ,��*-;f.t>��. ,-u   ���  ��*.    ,    '    *" ���  d ;-:/Trv-*AFew Cans .of    '','/'      ". .  ��  -,d \^ t. ' fs -  "Oll?Homestead. Bi;and"y :  . Feruie, July 27.���A fire brdke out  in tbe Free 'C-reas buil<"ii,iig - just. after  midnight, and- burned for. three  hours  before it1 wis got an ler fcoutrol,   stopping ncxt'to the Bank' of  Commerce.  The'   .city   w.13 > saved r by  energetic  citizen's", tlie   water   supply   being, of  liltle'iise.*   There was no wind.   Tbo  hotel Waldorf,.was,saved.with' great  difficulty a'nd'damaged   to  the  extent  of $-5,000, all,the furniture being saved.  George,W.  Carr'uthers,  Sheppard,   &  Elliott; Northern- hotel/" Freo    Press,  Kenny^AIcL?od;o. C. Wright' C. O-  Demau'roie,'o. Laidiey,,, Hanley's.coal  office,     13.   0.   Furniture   Company,  Great "Sfbrlbcrn ',ticket   office,'   and   a  barber" shop were   completely   burned.  L. PdEck6toin saved'the contents  of  hisdaw  office.,   The I033  is'1 $75,000,  witli *t!30,,000 insurance.',, Several .men  were- slightly; injured,"    At  a special  meeting'of the'city council H.   Lock-  'hart was awarded  a, gold   medal   for  bravery, and a subsnriplion'waB opened  for the firemen;   The city-gave $200,  and the iBank  of  Commerce, $200.  .So med.il'was given the coat company  "for   its   water   supply,   which .failed  again aVbn the ..occasion of the  great  fire last year.,  There is great indignation'of ihercitizons'; against ..the ,, city  'council and-'' the' -<So*;ldcompauy.' .No  ,permfts will be gran ted for.  temporary,  .buildings",on   the'tiurried   area.  'The  Free. Press IGat its entiro* outfit, 'antl  ;alf''its* buildings.  '" Ac?"?3   ih^ ro"lc"  from.the postoffice P. Burns ^Corn-  "p'any were scorched and ,,the';w'ndow6  broken.      Fortunate   ,~ circumstances  saved the city from total annihilation.  Win. Tope is out of the hospital. *  Eugene Etfer was, up frorii Ityan the  first of the week.  Mrs. T. V. Lown'oy left, Sunday for  Butte on a visit.  Harry Stewart returned Wednesday from Spokane. '      >     t  'Farrell <fe S.nylh have "houses  for rent. ' '     "  P. U. Hope was'on Wednesday's  westbound train, bound for   Host-la ud.  -It. Machin,' representing  tho  Bennett Fuse Co.,,was in"town Wednesday.  ' If you  want  thc  newest tiling   in  sln'tts see Hill <t Co. ' ' >  Thos.' ��� I?. ' Kelly, secr9taryv of the  miner's union, was down to.Creslon  t'j'is week on official biiBiucss.  , ,FOH REMT��� Furnished haufio.in  Lake Shore addition���"Apply' to  Farrell & Smyth.  ' A trdo on tho west side of tlie lake  was struck by lightning, during, the  storm Saturday night,   .'  < "���  G. A. lving w<ie elected asdone of.  the vice presidents of ''the, CranbrQok  ^Labor Day Celebration committee8.'  ' A, L. Franklin, the barber, makes 'a  speciality "of children's, fcair .cutting'.  Itememb'er the pripa is only 25 cents.'  A. W.'VonwK,he'in, president of'the  Provincial Vintnera'cLAsiOciatiou, was  in Mjyie the first of the week1 bn'olTic-  ial business.    ,'*<'-       ���,  ^The members, of,the Moyie Brass  band will give a' concert, social and  dance ou Friday evening', Auguot 11 tb.  ��The Moyie band is" making excellent  progress, and   lhe��� town , is; given   a  musical''treat three time3 a  week."-  Ladies Aid 'of  J.  E.  Baxter   Loses  1 1 ��  .  Life in Lake, "v  LAST SOBDif'' ETUI  ' 1,1'  Wen tin Bathing and - in  a  Short   Time   Ho" Was  ,; -     [, ' Head.  ���        ' -r i 1��� ���    -,--������       <-  Aoverv  siuf dr,o^niug accident ' oc-  1    ' ' ..I  currcd at Moy,io last' Sunday 'evening:  in which J. II. Bixter./prLSeripilpu  clerk iu Dr. JJarvie's drcgstoie was tlio  victim. A party from town were hav-  ,ing an outing'and weie camped j near  Luwso'n'u Cabin on'tha west side of the  lake. In the party were C A. Foote  and wife,- GdA.'., King and wife and.  .daughter,',!?. J. .McMahon and wife,  Mrs.*Foley,\E.  d.'.lOmm  Geo.'   and  ���it  'J i i; S��S U t  s.  Tie^ligee Shiits:  For Hot Y/eatlier.  With    Combination   Collars in Fancy    Silk   S-rl-K'i  , '     '       SOCKS.   *     , ���' -     r  1 Cutton and Ci'-hmi-re in bljck with f.int-.v  cnibroid-  ciy.    Al?o an c.\ Ira gftiodl'ne  in,   the t popular   brown  'shadc'b.  UN^EEfWEAR.  Itoy Clothier,  Annie Webster.  P. ��� Larg(*j and,  boat- and   went  id  Iiu.h .Mardaen and  In tiie ',evL'ning   l'l.  Mr. ' Baxlcry (ctok  a  across  and   joined  IViiiiKiii'e a'.d Wolhcy'o fi.ic n itural wool tbiits and  duworf/ suninn-r Woight. , Well mado ' wiih 'good,  Hrjng fm-i'igs.    JN'o bftlLT  il'llf ����� Hlhl.       ' '  '��    . , .   , ALSO ���  r , ' -. ,        (  , f      '       '  ���French  I'.dbrijjgui in ii.ittual and bl'.ek.  l,4lUf,     ��� I ,. '  L.vti.'t good  i  aenern"':-  -AND���  I  '         ir  ',��  "   1  . V  *   'r  t  ' *  1   1  f.  _  '    '!?  .' i\  ���������i���  ���  the others.  a swim, and were in*  t> 1 .  about ten-minutes  when  seen to   go  'GENERAL-NEWS   NOTES.  Fernie ' has" four  cases of  typ'ioid  fever. , '      ������'.'.  Vegetables and- Fruits at  ���9,  The Ladies Aid 'of tho Methodist  church will 'give an ice cream-social in  Eagleb' hall on' Thursday evening,  August 10th. "d      ���.'*,-*    ' 1    ,*'j1  "j^K2SE2ES^Ii^2S^S^^^��  F"iaro  i'h is worth?  ���Why pay iriore for your insurance than H  We can.givo you lowest rates with"adequate protection.  ARNOLD ;& ROBERTS.  CRANBROOK.  MOYIE.  A Free Lecture in Eagle Hall  on tlio most attractive subject, would  not bo .more ^resting to *, man jho  wants a suit of clothes, than a little sensible  talk  on   clotl, ng ^a ucs     .1      ,  etc.   To feel well, to look well and to appreciate **^W�����  tnustdrcssMvoll.   Our Twentieth Century clothing fills t e bill ��   ^     1  enumerated and in many other ways also.    Call on us and bo couuuecd.  HILL & CO.  "      THE   MEN'S * FURNIS1IEES  a-*jv fjs-ijs-zjr-7^<rJ-v<;*v- *5=*  iprwrtW ^-^r^^*?^^"^-^^. S-^  rGoodShpw Coming..  The Sherman, and Plait Stock  company \yill be here next 'Monday  and Tuesday evenings. On Monday  thoy will play "Shall We Forgive Her?"  ancl on Tuesday the "Lottery of Love"  will be presented. The company is  equally as good as" the Watson Stock  company .which .played here - last  winter, in fact their leading man, Mr.  'Hayden Stephenson, was with the  Watson company when they played  in Moyie. This is to be tho fororun-  ner>f 'good "theatricals" for our town  and the people should give Mr. Sherman's first vcntureln Moyie a hearty  support and welcome.  The  Celebration'.   l  ��� *- ���       *  Enterprising Cranbrook is. puttiuc;  forth every effort for'a big celebration  on Labor Day. From all indications  thcpcople of Moyio will be "there like  a   duck."  We Make a Specialty  of tho diamond solitairo engagement Ring and tho Wed-  * ding Ring. The foi mer binds  the bargain, lho latter ties the  knot. If you havo any serious  intentions, young man , lot's  fix you up. A nice stock to  select from.  H. WILSON,  CRANBltOOK", B. O  r*ifc."  Imperial Bank of Canada. |  SAVMGS^PARTMENT, , " ,j  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received. ���*���:������* $  Tliereisuo  better  investment than a  Sating* .3  Bank deposit. ��*���  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not. ^  .    " '      jj Interest   allowed at   current   rates   and   com- ^  pounded twico a year,    1 ���$  CRANBROOK BRANCH. i|  J. F. M. TINKHAM, Mtnager. ^  Have yoii seen our * 'now- line of  houyenir spoons' .iThey are beauties.  .From $1 to $3. Wilson', the jeweler}  Cranbrook.' "' <��� | "���'' ' ^  ��� J..L. ^Gibbons and :Kf' D., Stinson  have bought -the yacht, which was  ownd'ed for. ^suveraly years* by* Glen.  Campbell.    - ^  <" ���''      '' ��� '\ ^  -Mr. G.' SlVvvart.ajlruggist of Winnipeg, arrived here 'thisyweek and''has  accepted."a* position ih Dr. Harvio's  drug store.- ,.'*,. . " ' yd*  -' T. M. iioberts.of Cranbrook^and. T.,  A. Cross of Vancouver, representing  the Provident Saving? 'Life*" of New  York, wereS,iu 'Moyie Tuesday 1 and  Wednesday. ,< '        *  ,    '    '   .  , Mrs. Cronin, who is now in Chicago,  will leave there about August 1st on  her trip*abroa'd to Ireland, where hei  parents.reside. *    - -    -  . J. Atwdod, the'C.P, K. agent here*  is taking a well earned vacation. He  left Tuesday with his family for a trip  through 1 the eastern states. Mr.  Atwood will be absent'only about 11  month, but his family may remain iu  lho east for three months. *W.1 II.  Baldwin, lately of Cowley, is in charge  of; the office.  '(heart  -The two then wont ^n'for  the. water   only*  B ix'.er  was  under. ".Guorge-and  Koyf  Clothier, who   are" e-tperj.   swimmers,  plunged'in and weio soon on the spot.  They dived until they were nearly   exhausted   before    0they   succeede.!'.in'  locating the body.   They finally found  it'and uroughtjtto shore, .w(lie're eveiy  eflort'was'made to,resuscitate the 'unfortunate boy, but to no success.    Tlio  general^supposition is that lie tool* a'a  a "cramp or was   stricken,  with  failure, for^he apparently n'eyer^mad  stiuggle after'he started to sink.  /  'It ^as dark when J,he little  crowd  returned to town much   saddened   by  -    - [���*      a    1        '      -i  the unfortunate joccurence, y _'<���  '��� ,s The  body *y>s taken , to c'Cranhrook  the'ame night on aireightand put in  the ha'nds'of the.undertak'dr'to.prepare  it'for shipment, and-Tuesday" it   was  sent east to his ^parents', at   Di'unibo,  Out.1 - ''''',���  .- Mr. Baxter was 23 years of age, and  lived in Moyie about six moriths. He  was a man".of excellent habits, and  wa3 held iu the highest esteem by all  who*knewhim,      <  v Constable Baron of' Cranbrook  been stationed at rYalik.  Jias  .)'  The '  payroll -at, Rossland   mines  for.Junc'was $S3,000. ' J  i  '. Hewitt B Jatock'd residence at Ducks  has been destroyed by fire.  '   Admiral .Togo's   salary ,is  amount to' only $3000 a year.  said   lo  ,'Chinatown in San  Francisco r'is  1 n 1  have an eight p ige^'daily p.ip/Tr. ,  to  Work has been started   on  tlie  new  building of the Phoenix miners'dinion.  '._'!-    ,   y�����_i."   y*   ^,'  , *.Britisli Columbia^fruit is  attracting  a-"- great  deal'   of.'attention   at  - the  Winnipeg fair.  Manhattan Opening.  There was a good attendance at ,tho  formal opening of the Hotel Manhattan last evening. J. A. Goupill 13  meeting with popular favor and his  house 'is setting a full share' of* tho  public patronage  Settling Lead Bountv,  G. O. Buchanau wns in Moyie this  week getting matters arranged with  the St. Eugene company, for the  sottlement of the lead bounty.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. JT. SMALL, ainnasor.  Good rooms, good tables and bar,  aud first class samplo.roo'us.  Looul   AtC'iit    Ai>Jioliitea.  J. G. Whiteacro, representing the  Mason &. Risch piano firm, was here  this week looking after business  generally. Mr. Whiteacre has appointed J. tl. Ilawkc to act as his local  agent and any business of tho firm  can be transacted through him.  Oue Dollar Smeil. llojiicsoutn Ten Dollars  Klirnod. '  The average man does not save to  oxeced ton per cent of his earnings.  He must spend \iine dollars in living  expenses for every dollar saved. That  being the caso ho cannot bo too careful about unnecessary expenses. Very  often a few cents properly invested,  like buying scods for his garden, will  save several dollars outlay later on.  It is the sameiu buying Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea. Homed v  It costs but a few cents, and a bottle  of it 111 the house often saves a doctor"*  bill of several dollars. For sale by S.  K. Ilarvic.  J-  I  Chamberlain's  Never fails.   U��>' it "01*  Cclic   Cholera and  DMrrlion Remedy.  It m iv s.uf 1110.  ��� Camping at Movie.  There is a party of Cranhrook people,  camping on the west side of Moyie  lake opposite town. In the parly is  Miss Leitch', \Lulu, Ella ancl Marion  Leitch, Miss Moffatt, Mrs. A. C. Cook,  and E. Patterson, bookkeeper in 'Fink  Bros' store. Mis. Cook, is ^chaperon  for lhe ladies. They are having a  ical'good time, and all speak in the  highest'terms of Moyie as a delightful summer resort.*  - y ��� - * j       *   ���   '    v  The cost oi'War to .Russia has bscn  practically. $7,500,000 pcryweek *6ince  liostilities, began. .        >. '    .    ��, .   _  The Kaslo liooteuaian says that  there is some probability oi the Kaslo  'sa'wmill starting up again. >,'  Senator Mitchell of Oregon has been  sentenced to pay a fiue of $1,000 and  to six months' penal servitude.   ���  The Alice mine aud mill at Crestqn  have been ^closed down tight on  account of the scarcity oi   water.  Clark Eanoh Sold.  This week A. X Clark sold his  ranch, which is situated a mile and a  half from town on tho Vest side of the  lake, to-E. N. MacBeth. Mr. Clark  has worked industriously for icveral  years and has a good portion of the  land cleared and under cultivation.  The land is well suited for gardening,  fruit raising, stock raising, and besides there is considerable good limber  on it, Mr. Clark has not decided yet  what he shall do, but' in all probability he will remain iu this locality.  ltuy It Now ���  Now is thc lime to buy Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia anc Diairhoea  Remedy. It is certain to be needed  sooner or later and wheu that lime  comes you will need it badly���you  will need it quickly. Buy it now  may save life. For sale by to  Harvie.  It  K.  An OiU'oitunity.  The pcoplo of Moyie rcali/.e tho  advantage they had by buying their  clothes, shoes, watches, otc, at tho  unction store, Farrell block, lhat  was, lhe first timo in tho history ot  Moyie that goods could be bought at  retail at pretty near a quarter of their  value. Mr. Baunett intends to have  a gtiind auction tonight, and ' thinks  that if not all the gn-atcr part of tlie  stock will go under the hammer.  Anyone economical should not miss  this last chance when ho can get live  dollar's worth of goods for only ono  dollar. Remember it is the last  uht'11'./O.  Tbe Fernie baseball team is contemplating a tiip through eastern  Washington aud Idaho, and will play  wheroyer games can be arranged.  P'Bseuger coaches on the Groat  Northern will hereafter be" painted an  olive brown instead of the dark green  now-in uso. It costs about $1^5 to  repaiut each car.  r,  metAl market.,  '"New   YoiiK���Bar f-ilver,   *38J��� cen'lu'  Load, $1.50:   Zino (sneltor*) $G.OO."   '   ;  London-1���Lead, *l-l.  The^Nlederatadl Case.   ;;  ' k *', ' '.���>',  Tbe'case*of "the Crown-vs. Joseph,   �����  Niederstadt ' was   tried     Wodnesday,    '  morning,before-Justices of  the   Poace * 1 .  E'. <A.'iiili;-and "It. ^D.   Trevor... Mrr   ~  '"N'i'iderstadt'waH charged   with   selling  beer at his brewery to lwo>oys   under"1 ,.  IS years'of'; oge.    Tbe  bhys   testified-  tbut> they  w_6re .uudor'lS,  and "tlmt ,  ,they, had  bought ami   paid-for " tlie  beur ,oh'   the,���/dale   mentioned.    Jlr���  Niedersj'tadt sa'i'd that lie  was  busy-at    r,  lhe time serving (it'hers   and1 did  not  pay any-'particular  attention   to  the  boys, but;as soon-.as tlie  learned-that V "  they weredirideVy-ige he1' warned ''then-:. ,,  not'to come, again.- The justices after  '  weighihgjthoJeVidence'said they would , *  deal leniently.wHh him,and tlet, him"     \  off   with", \lie % costs?' of the, case,' but.-  cautioned.him^agaiQSt .'any . furthes-  ,*  infraction, of'the>law.' ���  ���    There isa strong^ suspicion   that  a  rfew of'tlib.yjiotel ^men   in town  were  back of the, move to have* Mr. Niederstadt     "pulled."       Mr.*v   Niederstadi.   >.  is  selling    beer  by the  quart  at  hia.  brewery anefhas practically  captured  th'e entire beer  drinking   trade. , Tne  hotel men naturally enough have  not,  taken kindly to   this, and  it  is    said  they have been looking for an   opportunity to  give  his  -'thirst quenching  foundry"     a   knockojt    blow.      Mr.  Niederstadt is an  honest, industrious,,'  bard working'man, and there is not   a  better citizen  iu  Moyie.   His   motto  \ ��*  has always* teen : "Live and Let Live,"  It ia -needless to say that the light  Sentence'imposed on him met with  popular - approval. ,  d,j   k'1*;,"'  *���<���  :,y^\'-":', k\  ;   i/'L^-,-  ��� "' 'V .'    -��t ������  I  * ./.  '^Ivfe?  '     ���     * * ? '.yjifi't  -     ,   . " p,.'/Jrtd'  ',*    :��  - '��lW  * -,i  '', fdK'^4l  K V     d,f' -.'V.^l  ' >.. ��� *���*.;?i-".yA  .������ >'T- ���'���y^y*]  .^^y'yci  ���'   ,,. :*" 'a* - -" 1  ���  *   , ''" I', f'-l  ,   ,' /��?'���'.'''3*-1  /'I'-^d-l:  .   1        ..���!   1      ri<-, ,. I  ,        '    ''l i*. .^'31  *   h *{'i -  l1't.'*2.',,E.ft j  ,* -.       d^^l"'  .     j     i* i*\       I. I  ��,',y .. ;>   -'**���  -. *.   ''d-l   -.-JI ,-,  ,      1 -r  *- .' *' >  1   1 ' - ������>'��� ?��� y~\  :���    *   .i:r>'��:,;*  * 1     ��1li       tckl  ,1.. :  .-. yi.iiyj.jji  ��� t "* t*   * 1 ~ I  "* r St    **��� x'"*     "-���^���r-rlt^^'';  Vice-President McNicoll of the C.  P. lt,says thai, the report that a "cut  oiY" is to be built between Marysvillc  to Crawford bay is asiidiculous as'it i ���  false. Tho Crow's Nest line id satisfactory to them.  Another oidcr has been received r.t  tho ofiice of lhe Crow's Nest Pass  Coal CO, at Fernie from tho Great  Northern Steamship compiny in  Seattle,, for fuel coal for tho S, S.  Miun-'aoU, sister ship to the Dakota.  Three towns in Northern Vermont,  with a pupulition of -t,"K)Q, that have  always supposed they were a part of  Uncle Sam's domain, hare been proven  to bo located in Canada. The town-  are Richford, East Richford ancl  Stoycns Mills.   Seattle papers announce that J. D-  Farrell, president of the Great Northern Steamship company and assistant  to the president of the C-ioat No tnern  railway has iC3ignod. Ho will de.-oto  his time in future to his piivate  aflaiis.    Eight iiiiudred dollar* are to be  given thi�� year by tho dpol* mo Interstate Fair, which will be held Iron: October 0 to 15, for pieniiunis lor tlie best  fruit rxhibits liom countries or districts. This is a renal of the dis'ru-t  exhibits made at Spokane tev.-r.u  yours ago by tho old fruit fails.  Improves the flavor  and adds to the hea] th-  iulncss of the  food.  When outfitun^j for camp  r.!*.v?ys take Dr. Price's Cream  Baking 'Powder for good  health and good food. It  makes "the finest flapjacks^  biscuits and bread.  Never so into (lie woods away  li.muiduloi Willi I t'R.11) nliim  baking pouoVi in ilit 0111 tit Von  \�� lilt tin; h. I Wilting powder m  tlu woi'rf��� mil a is most ceo.  tiomiL tt 111 Uui end.  PrllCR 3XKIMQ POWDE?. CO., CHICACQ,  '&  '"'^r** m^-vX "i* -T  ��*^r.   ~r**m*.  1.1  ^. [w*****r* t^*tf��4i- j��f~ "*��.* V^*��V2��i{*y gun mwMiT—iT^fawiyg^JaP^Vyfr-
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,nho -was thero nnd bo wns thero, which
is tho only thing to tho point, and, flnd-
'*       ingr hiin, she stopped into tho^ alcove before ho wns nwnre of her presenco.
„       Brnndon  wns on his foot in an ln-
'stn'nt nnd with a low bowt wns bnck-
'     Ing himself out most defcrcntinlly to
leavo  her   in  boIo • possession.  If sho
•wished to rest
"Master1 Brandon, you need not go.
1 will not hurt you. Besides, if this
«,, place is not largo enough for us both,
I will go. ' I would' not disturb you."
She spolre with'a tremulous voice and
A quick, uncasyr glance, and started to
movo backward out of the alcove.
'TiadyMnry, bow can you speak sol.
You know—you must know—oh,' I beg
you"— But she interrupted birrf1 by
taking his. arm and drawing him to a
Beat beside-her on thc cushion. She
could, hare drawn down tho Colossus
' of Rhodes,with tho look she gave Bran-'
don, so fulLjjyns lt.of command,' cd-
tronty and promise.,  *
"That's it." I don't know, but I iwant
. to know,' and I want you to sit hero be-
n'tlo me nnd tell me.   I am going to bo'
reconciled, with you dosptto  tho  wny<
'«   you treated me when, Inst wo met.    I
i     am going ,to bo friends with you wheth-
,    cr you will or hot'.,  Now what do you
<  say to that, sir?"    She spoke with a
.'   fluttering little laugh of' uneasy non-
:,   v assurance, ,which   showed   thnt   her
heart was not nearly so confident nor
' so bold ns her words would make believe..  Poor Brandon, usually so ready,
hnd nothing "to say to that," but- sat
In hclplcss'sllciice.
Was  this  the  sum   total of  all his
iwlso ^determinations made nt thc cost
of'so much pain and effort?   Was this
,   the  answer  to  all  his* prayer,   "Lead1
mo not into temptation?"   Ile hnd done.
.    his part, for ho bad dono nil'he could.
,*•    lienv'en had not helpc'd him, since hero,.
was temptation thrust upon him when
,vooi d-puL-ieu nnd when the wny was
.,eo  narrow  he  could  not escape,- but
' .must meet it face to fned'    '    , ,n
Mary'soon recovoiod her self possea-
,'    Dion—women1 aro hotter skilled, ln this
'    M-Mhnn men—iind continued: '\' '
"; ','   ,"I nm^not. intending to say one word
,t  about, your treatmenttof me thnt day
Dvcr'ln tho forest', although it was very
'    bad  and you   have acted "nbonilniibly
ever since.    Now is not that kind in1
mo?"    And sho softly lauj-hod ns she
'pooped up at the poor fellow from bo-
i    neuth thoso sweeping lushes, with the
premeditated   purpose ,of   tantalizing
him, I suppose.   Sho was beginning to
know ber power over him, und lt was
never   greater  than  nt   this, moment.
Her beauty  had  its «. wee test quullty,
' for   tlio   princess   wns   sunk   and   tiie
woman   w.'.s   dominant,   with   dushed
1  face and tliiphlng oyt*"- thnt caught a
double   luster  fiom   the   glowing   lovo
that "made her heait bent so fust.'
Wltirtlio mood Unit was upon her I
wonder Brandon maintained his self
( restraint <*vi*u for a moment. Ho felt
that his only hope lay ln silence, 60 he
sat beside her and said nothing. lie
told me long nflorwaid that while'.sitting then* In the liiti-i vate between her
speech, the oddoht. wildest thoughts ran
thiough his brain. lie woudcicd how
he could escape. He thought of tbe
window and thnt possibly ho might
break away thiough lt, and then he
thought of feigning illne<-«, and a hundred oUier absurd schemes, but they
nl! came to nothing, nnd lie sat there
to let events tnko their ,o-w n course, ns
they seemed determined' to do ln spito
of him. v ■   i
After a short silence Mary continued
half bantorlngly: "Answer mo, sir! I
will have no mon* of this. You shall
treat me at least with the courtesy you
would show n bourgeoiso girl."
"Oh, thnt you woio only n burgher's
daughter!"
"Yd", I know nil thnt; but I nm not'
It can't bo helped, and you nhnll answer mo."
"There Is no nnswer, denr lndy. I
beg you—oh, do you not see"—
"Ves, yes; but answer my question.
Am I not kind, moro than you de-
nerve?"
"Indeed, yes, a thousand tiiuoR. You
have always been so kind, so gracious
and so condescending to mo that I can
only thnnk you, thank you, thnnk you,"
answered Brandon almost shyly, not
(tiring to lift his eyes to hers.
Mnry saw tho manner quickly enough
what woman ever missed it, much
Uss so keen eyed n girl ns she—and it
pave her conQdniico ncd brought back
tho easy banter of her old time manner
"How modest we have become!
Where is the boldnoss of which wo
used to havo so much? Kind? Have
1 always been so? How about the first
timo I met you? Wns I kind then?
And ns to condescension, don't—don't
use thnt word between us "
"Ko," returned Brnndon, who ln his
turn was recovorlng himself; "no, 1
can't say that you were very kind at
first. How you did fly out nt mo and
surprise me! It Was.so unexpected it
almost took mb off my feet." And they
both laughed ln remeinherlng.thc scene
of their first meeting. "No, I can't say
your kindness showod itself very
strongly in that first interview, Ibut
lt wns there nevertheless, mid when
Lady Jnne led hie bnck your renl nature assorted itself, ns lt always docs,
and you were kind to me—kind as only
you.enn be."
That was getting very near to tho
sentimental — dnngerously near, ho
thought, and be t»iid to himself, "If
this doeti not end quickly, I shall have
to escape." rf
"You nro" ensliy snUsfied if you call
that good," laughingly' returned Mary.,
"I can be  ever so much better than
that if I try."
"Let me see you try," said Brandon.
, "Why,   I'm   trying   now,"  nuswered
Mnry,  with t a  distracting  little pout
"Don't you know genuine out and out
goodness when you seo.it?    I'm doing
my very best now. * Can't you tell?"    *■
'"Yes, I think I recognize lt, but—but
—bo bad again."
"No, I won't! i I will not be bad cren
to please you. "I have determined not
to be bad, and I will not—uot even to
bo good. This," placing her hnnd over
her heart, "is Just full of 'good' today."
And her lips parted as she laiTghed at
her 'own pleasantry. ' ' , ^s^ <.
, "I am afraid you had better be bad.
I give you fair warning," said Brandon
huskily.' rio'fclt her eyes upon him all
the time, nnd his strength und good
resolves woro oozing out liko wine from,
nn ill cooperod'eask. After a short silence Mary continued, regardless of th«
warning:   '.*,,'
"But tho position is reversed with us.
At first I ,was unkind to you, 'and you
wore kind to me, but now I nm kind to
you, nnd you nro unkind to mo." ■"■";'
"I cm ^como bnck nt you^with your
own words," responded Brandon. "You
d'on'tknow when I„am kind to you. ,'I
should bo kinder, to myself at 'least,
wero I to leave you and takd'myself to
tho other sido of'the worid." '
a   "Oh, that is-'one "thing I, wanted tb
nsk you about.,  Jane tells me you nre
going to New Spain."     '       >
, Sho*was'anxio'us to know, but asked
tho question partly to turn tho conversation, which .was fast becoming peril-*"
ous. -As'a1 girl she loved^Brandon and
knew it only 'too well, but .she' knew
'nlso that she was a'princess, standing,
.next to tho throno of the greatest kingdom on earth—in fact, at that timo the
heir apparent, Henry having no children, for the people would not havo the,
Scotch king's imp, and the possibility
of such a tiling, ns a union, with Brandon hnd never entered her head, however, passionate   her   feelings   toward
him. 'it wns not to be thought of between people so far apart as they.'
'' Brandon answered  her question:  "I
do not know nbout going. . I think I
shall.    1 hnve volunteered with n ship'
that sails In two or three weeks from
Bristol, and I suppose I slialf go." f,r
'   yu, no!   uo you really mean it?", lt
gave hei",a pang ,to hear that ho^wns
actually   going,', and   ber   love  pulsed
higher, but "she nlso felt a sense of'relief,    somewba't. as-  a    conscientious
housebreaker mlgljt' feel upon finding^
tho door'securely locked vagainst| himd
It   would • take - nwny   a* teraptntion
which   sho  could   not   resist   nnd   yet
dared not yield to mu£b longer.
"I think there1 is no" doubt that I
mean lt,« replied Brnndon. "I should
like to,remain ln Kiiglnnd until I enn
save money enough out of the king's
nllowanco to pay the debt against my
father's estate, so that I may bo able
to go away and, feel thnt my brother
nnd sl.stors nre secure ln their home—
my brother Is not strong—hut I know
lt is better for <mo to go now, and I
hope to find the money out there, rl
could have paid It with what I lost to
Judson before I discov^^d him chent-
ing" This win, the hk^» lime he had
ever alluded to -the duel, and the
thought ol it, In Mary's uihid.-ndded o
faint'touch of fear to her fooling to-
waid hiin.
She looked up with a light in hor eyes
and risked: "Whnl Is the debt?    now
"Heaven help v\cl" ho cried.
much? Let me give you tho money. I
hnve so much moro than I need. Let
mo pay it. rienso tell me how much
lt Is, nnd I will hand lt to you. You
can como to my rooms and got lt, or I
will Bend it to you. Now tell mo that
I mny. Quickly!" And she was alive
with enthu8lnsUc Interest
"There, now, you nro kind again, at
kind ns oven you can be. Be sure, I
thnnk yon, though I sny It only onco,"
and be looked into hor eyes with n
gnzo sho could not stand oven for an
instant. This wns growing dnngorou?
again; so, catching himself, he turned
tho conversation back into the bantering vein.
"Ah, you wnnt to pay tho debt that
I may havo no excuse to remain? Is
that it? Perhaps you are,not so kind
after, all."
"No, no; you know better. But let
tne pay tho debt How much is It, and
to whom Is lt owing? Tell meat once,
I command you/'
"No, no, Lady Mary; I cannot."
"Please do. I. beg,' if 1 cannot command. Now I know you will. You
would not make mo beg twlco for anything?" She drew closer to him ns she
spoke and put her hand coaxingly upon
his arm. With (in Irresistible impulse
he took tho hand in his nnd lifted lt to
his iios ln a lingering caress that could
not be faustftken, it wan ''('11 00 ^utek
and so full of fire and moaning that
Mary took fright, nnd tbe princess for
the moment came uppermost
"Master   Brandon!"   she   exclaimed
sharply and drew away her band. Brandon dropped the hand and moved over
on the seat.    He did not speak, but
turned his face from ber and looked
out of the1, window toward tha river.
Thus  they  sat ln  silence,  Brandon's
band resting- listlessly upon the cushion between them.   Mary saw ths eloquent movement away from ber and
his speaking attitude with averted face;
then the princess went into eclipse, and
tbe  Imperial   woman   wan   ascendant
ones more.    She looked at him for n
brief space -with softening eyes and,
lifting ber hand, put it back ln his, saying: 7     ,       • „ ■
"There lt Is again—If you -want lt"
Want It?    Ah, this was too much!
The'band would not satisfy now. "It
must bo all, all!   And he caught her to
his arms with a violence that filght-
ened ber.   ,                .                     '
"Please don't; please! Not thin time!
Ah, have mercy, Chnrl— .Weill' There!
There! Mury mother,' forgive rvme!"
Then her woman spirit fell beforo tho
whirlwind of bis passion, and she was
on his breast, with her wbito, arm's
around bis neck, paying the same tribute to'the little blind god tbat he would
have exacted'from tho lowliest maiden
of the lund: ,, \        '     •
Brnndon held tho^glrl for a moment
or two, then fell upon his knees and
burled bis fnce ln her' lap.    • '
"Heaven help me!"'he cried. y*J \
1 "She pushed thp hair back from his
forehead with her hand and'dis she
fondled the curls leaned over him and
softly -whispered:       , J
"Heaven help us both, sfor I lovo
your    Vd
Ho sprang to his feet., "Don't! Don't
I prny,you," he said wildly, and''almost
ran (from her.'     < ,   '   ' ,/.   (   * '
Mary followed him nearly to the door
of the room, but when ho'turned *ho
saw, that she hnd stopped and was
standing with hor bands over, hor fnce,
as If ln tears. "   V   .   "'     7 , ,-
Ho wont back >tocher* and said,'''I
tried to avoid this, and1 if you, had
helped,me lt would never"— But he
remombered how* ho-had„ always'despised Adam for throwing tbo blnmc
upon Eve, "no matter how much«shc
may haveddeseryod it,' and continued;
"No, I do not mean tlint. It'ls,all
my fault, I* should, have.' gone away
Jong ago. * I could not'help it. I tried,
oh, I tried!" y , > 1 v* '*, ' ' • ,
t Mary's eyes were" ,bent upon ' the
floor, and tcaraT wero-falling over tier
flushed cheeks unheeded nnd unchecked-' '      d ,-",''.' d        i ■ ,r
"There is ,no fault*in any one. f Neither could I help it," she murmured. r>
"No, no; it is not that there is any
fauirin" fliB ordinary sense. '< It is like
suicide or any other great self Inflicted
injury 'with mo. I am different from
other men. * I-shall never recover." , k
"I know only too well .that, you nre
different from other men, and—and I,
too, am different, from other women.
Am,I not?"   ,'       ',,",,.'
"Ah* different!    There is   no, other
woman in all„thls wide, long .world."
And they were  In each .other's* arms
,ngaln."- She   turned   her   shoulder ?'to'
him 'and rested '.with tho support 6f liis
arms about her. ■- Her eyes were cast
clown'In silence, aiuLshc was evidont-
' ly thinking as she toyed 'with' the lace"
of  his   doublet,   Brandon' knew  hor,
varying" expressions  sp  well'"that, he1
saw thore^was""soiuethlng wanUng", so
he asked:, ''        , '
,' "la   there, something   you   wish  to
say ?" k,
"Not I," sho responded with' emphasis on the pronoun.
"Then it is someUiing,you wish me
to say?" 1
She nodded her bead slowly, "Yes."
"What is lt?   Tell me, and I will say
lt"
Sho shook her head slowly, "No."
"What is it7   I cannot guess."  ,
"Did you not like to henr me say that
—that I—loved you?"
"Ah, yes! You know it. But—oh!—
do you wish to hear me say it?"
The head * nodded , rapidly two or
threo times, "Yes." And the' black
curving lnshes wcre> lifted for a'fleeting, luminous Instant
"It   Is   surely   not   necessary.   ^You,
havo known it so long already, but I
am only too glad to say it. I lovo you."
Shc nestled closer to him and bid her'
face on his breast.
"Now that I havo Bald lt, what is my
rewurd?" ho asked, and tho fair face
came up, rod and rosy, with "rewards,"
any ono of which was worth a king's
ransom. *
"But this Is worse than insanity,"
cried Brandon ns he almost pushed hor
from him. "We can never belong to
each other.   Never!"
"No," said Mary, with a despairing
shako of tho head, as tho tears began
to flow again. "No, never!" And falling upon his knees ho caught both her
hands ln his, sprang to his feet and
ran from the room.
Her words showod him tho ■ chasm
anow. Sho saw tlie dlstanco between
thom even better than be. Evidently
it seemod farther looking down thun
looking up. Thero was nothing left
now but flight
Ho sought rofugo In his own apartments and wildly walked tho floor, exclaiming: "Fool, fool thnt I am to Iny
up this Btoro of agony to Inst me all
my days! Why did I over como to thii
court? God pity mo—pity me!" And
ho fell upon his knees nt the bed, burying his faco lu his arms, his mighty
man's frame shaking as with a pulsy.
That snmo night Brandon Told mo
how he had committed suicide, ns he
put it and of his intention to go to
Bristol and there await the sailing of
tho 8h>) and perhaps find n partial resurrection in New Spain.
Unfortunately, be could not start for
Bristol at onoe, as ho had given some
challenges for a tournament at Richmond nnd could furnish no good excuso
to withdraw them, but bo would not
lenve his room or again seo 'Jthnt girl
who was driving him mad."'
-It wns better, he thought, (and wisely, too, that tlioro.be no leave taking,
but tbat ho should go without meeting
her. ■■''.:'. j
"If I see hor again," bo said, "I shnll
hnve to kill some one, even if it Is only
myself." "'      -
I beard him tossing in his bed all
night, and when morning' came he
arose looking haggard enough, but with
his determination to run away and seo
Mary no more stronger than • over upon him. .... .1
»ut Providence or fnte or some one*
ordered it differently, and there was
plenty of trouble ahead.
CHAPTER  VIII.
THE THOUBI.E IX BILLIXOSGATB WAJID.
BOUT a week after Brandon'a
' memoiable    interview    with
Mary   an   incident   occurred
which    changed    everything
A
and came very near terminating his career); in the flower of youth. It also
brought about a situation of nffulrs
that showed the difference ln the quality of these two persons thrown so
mnrvelously "together from • their far
distant stnUons nt each eild of the ladder of fortune in a way that reflected,
very littlo credit upon the one from
the upper end. But before I tell you
of that I will relate briefly one or two
other matters that bad a bearing upon
what wus dono and the motives prompting it'
To begin -with,, Brandon hnd'kept
himself entirely'away, from tlio prln-"
cess ever since tho afternoon at tho
king's antechamber.' The first' day for
so sho sighed, but thought littlo of liis
absence; then sho wept and, as usual,
began' lo grow piqued and irritable.
What wns ief t of her Judgment told
her'it was better for them to renin 111
apnrt, but her longing to sec Brandon
grew  stronger  as tho prospect of it
grew less, and she became angry that
it  could" not bo gratified.. Jano * wns
right; an,unsatisfied desire with'Mary
was .torture.    Even ber souso.of tho
great distance between them' had begun,to fade,'and when she so wished
for him nnd he did not como, their positions ' seemed, to be reversed.    At tho
end of ,the third day she sent for'liim
to como' tb' her' rooms,  but he by-'1 a
mighty  effort sent ,bnck n brief note
saying that ho could not and ought* not'
to goP This,'of course, threw Mary into
a great passion, for she Judged hiin by
herself, a very common but dangerous,
method of Judgment, and thought tlint
If,ho felt'at a'll as.'sho didAho wonid^
throw prndence to the'winds and,come
to her,,,as she knew she would go^o
him if she'could.v It did'not occur'to;
her! that * Brandon knew himself well
5enough-to be,sure ho, would'never go,
,to* New -Spain, if lio'.alldwed--another.
grain of temptation to fall into the balance against him, but would remain in
tondon ,to love hopelessly,' to try to,
win a hopeless cause nnd end it all by
placing his head upon the block.". ' ^ ■
It required all his strength oven now
to hold.fast his determination ,to go tor
New Spain. J ne had reached ,his limit.   He had'a fund of that most 'useful <of nil wisdom, knowledge of self,
nnd'kncw his'limitations, a little mat-,
ter'concerning ,which nine men out'of
ten gOf.aH their lives" in blissless ig-'
nornnce. ,4      *        ■■«'<■    -<,-   • .
Mary,' who wa.s<nq more given to self
analysis  than *-her_ pet linnet, did' not"
appreciate *, Brandon's^ potent   reasons
and was in a^flamiiig passion when she
received his answer.,. Rage and humiliation   completely'.smothered-J for   the*
time her affection, and,sho sald(to her-,
'self over and,over again: VI'hate the
lowborn" wretch.    Oh, 'to think'what' 1
have'permitted!" ,'It-seemed only too
clear that* she-had been'''too "quick to,
give, no very, comforting thought to. a
proud girl,even though*a mistaken one."
v'"As the days  went" by and^BraiicIou
'did not come her anger cooled as.usunl,
and again'her heart* beguni>tofacbc/but
,her sense of injury~grew' stronger day
by.day* and»she0tkought^she'wns>bc-'
yond a.doubtithe most ill used of wo-.
men.   - ,,       , 1        . .*,, '*•>*.
\ The negotiations for Mary's marriage
with old Louis XII. of France were beginning to be nn open secret about the
court. Tho Due de Longueviile,, who
had been held by Henry'for some lime
ns a sort of hostage from the French
king,1 had opened, negotiations by inflaming,the flickering passions of old
Louis with descriptions of Mary's beauty. As there wns a prospect of a new
emperor soon and as tbe imperial bee
had of lato been making a* most vehement buzzing in Henry's bonnet he
encouraged Do Longueviile and thought
it would be a good' time to purchase
the help of France nt the cost of his
beautiful sister and n handsome dower.
Mary of course had not been consulted,
nnd although > sho had coaxed ' her
brother out of other marriage projects
Ilenry had gone about tlfis ns if he
were in earnest, and it wns thought
throughout the court that Mary's coaxings would bo nil In vain—a fenr which
she herself had begun to share,' notwithstanding her usual self confidence.
Sho hated ,the thought of the marriage and dreaded it ns sho would death
Itself, though she said nothing to .any
one but Jane and was holding her
forces ln reserve for a grand" attack.
Sho wns preparing the way „by being
very sweet and kind to nenry.
Now, all of this, coming upon the
heels of bor trouble with Brandon,
mado hor most wretched indeed. For
the first tlmo'in her life she began to
feel suffering—that great broadener, hi
fact maker- of hum-Ui nlmrnetop.
Work  nnd Worry.
Weary Walker—Dis pnper says dnl
worry kills more fellers dan work.
Tired Tatters—I reckon dat's right, but
dey ain't nothin' wot worries nio like
WOi-lr
A DraxIUnn  HonMoIioId Pet.
Brazilians train a snake called the
giboia as a rat catcher. It is fifteen
feet long, is harmless to tho human
being, becomes quite a household pet,
is lazy ln tho daytime, but at night
ronms about tho house in quest of its
prey—rats. These animals it promptly
kills by twisting their necks. When
Brazilians have to pass from room to
room in the dark they first put on their
slippers. It would not be pleasant to
plant one's bare feet on a cold illmy
snake of that size.
Humor and Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
THE PLACE FOR SPORT.
We slug the Joy of Jlvlns,
Of peace and war and sport, -
Of taking and. of giving   ,
In city, mart and court.
The rapture of the poet
By sages grandly'felt, •      1
But only those can know lt V1
In the cyclone belt.
We think we are enjoying , '
'  A swell and giddy timo.
"With words and sweethearts toying
In song and prose and rhyme.
With life a Joyous hummer,
*    But all these feelings melt
When we have spent a summer     ,.
, In tho cyclono belt. ' "
Some men, excitement yearning.
Go chasing after war ,     '
In hopes before returning ,«
A bunch of runs to score, '
But disappointment hollow
Will certainly bo felt , ,
Unless a call they follow '
To the cyclono belt'1 '  ,
■iii.n»wMrnni -mm
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a
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1, * * <i
cidjjd to givo them a fair trial   a»,
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,  ■' Royalty Hunting.      ,       ■   ,
Kings and potentates get 0 good deal
ot ulleged sport out ,'pf hunting, but
they can never, quite experience Uie
thrill of ,the 'small boy who is track,-;
Ing rabbits Uirough U10 snow with his
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To be sure, ,Uie king gets moro game
than tbe boy becansc'n gang of lackeys
are accommodating enough to drive th6
Gravel or stone in bladder is about
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This horrible disease is. prevented and
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Mr. Daniel Brown, English River,
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Though I spent hundreds of dollars ln
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"While in this condition I was' advised to * try Dr.," n Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills, and though I had ono
faith in thom or 'anything else I de-
tirely out of pain, and havo no™ "'
discharge of bloo'd. I can SonSSw
recommend Dr.'Chase's KidnwW
Pills to any fellow sufferer? a^.J
cheerfully verify this statement "
anyone.writing mo." - l0
Mr. W. Bowen, postmaster and m*
tion'*agent at English River fw"
writes:—"I i havo Interviewed £ '
Daniel Brown of this place in ~
to his long illness and cure, and here
by .certify, that the tsotimonial as ri?'
en by him is, correct." b
Dr. .Chase's Kidney-Liver Piiys .„,„
pill aldose. 25 cents a box, nl au
dealers/ or Edmanson, Bates fr rv -
Toronto. '■" To .protect ,you ».,i,;
imitations\ffhe-- portrait^ f&
ture of Dr."A. W. Chase, the faiS
receipt book author," > arb oa overv
b0-K<'-dd/:'k.' d--?       ,   ■        .
11 big game lip to whero ho couldn't miss
shooting iti unless he- wero as accoin-
•plished a mlsser as the.Russian'naval
gunners. -       ' '   t   „,-'',,;'   ,'* -
*It may "be'more genuine sports than
eating stewed prunes "or fighting with
burglars toshoot off a gun at a ,tamo
bear while a husky, man stands Jjehlnii'
to.reload the gun.Jwhilo nnotherYriina
up with a club to dispatch'the beaMf,
the shot didn't do the .work, but for tho
freeborn'. American citizen" *the. opera-*
tion Is" tbo much'like playing golf <to>
engender -""anything like genuine unalloyed, joy.-"y , "yt" " /'< *' j -^y
This is ■ What He; Says
$1 y
TO
'        *. , - '. Its Vacation,. * " <* ,   '.
1    r . I
.No moro tho bivalve soft we chow
In scollop or'in'festive,stew;   ;_,p '
' TTho oyster blrd'^has had his day—
T There R no It's in May. ,.   -" "
> I.
^ ,\ V/ Felt She Had Tb: i'r^v[ ' ^
' "She la one of these' old fashioned
girls. ' She believes that" the * whale
swallowed,Jonah." v' r ''/,-. -dd-d' ,*■*
„ "Of course'she'.does. „She has designi
on tho new'minister."    „>*'., d. '   . u
J'
'"'j1.'',, ' d, Fatal "Defect _ ,-'* „ -d;
.',;\"His\'new book' is' doomed^ to" ;fall
arc.'.' ■''*; " " * v*      »«•»*-    ,
/, "Lacklng^In plotr'U^.^^V <-!\'(
V "No,- butJ"the-^hero .is..*not*'named
Jack.'"yy 'did'    .'dd'Av l" V
WHY 'HE,. PINS-HIS    FAITH
.."   ' DODD'S^KIDNEY, PILLS.'"     ,"y
j *      - y       1    1, - -,1' "'>f
Worn "out With' Chronic Kidney '.Dla-
,d. eaBe-^The"Great Canadian1. Kldriey
■ '''Remedy',. Banished  Hh» Pains.s'Ss.""i
d.*Acadle Sldlng.^Kent Co!,' N" B!/july
3.—(Special).—Calixto'JRlchard/rJdlfd
one,of the most highly.respected'men'
in this part of tho country, ihas"Joined'
the great'army of those who, pin their
, faith io Dodd's Kidney. PIUs.-"As usual
Mr.,,Richard ,has r,Lgood *' reason's *r tor'-
what lie, doesTand ho ~states'them as'
follows: ;'-y- \ry~-jy\ -* 'T^v-y'dV-v.'"'?*"
' *l."I 'r havel.ben. troubled * wlthjKidney-
.'Disease, for forty years and tKe "result^
was>-1 -found myself1 a* worn-out * man"*
at,seventy-two. But.afterjuslngs. two
boxes"'of„ Dodd's* Kidney "Fills" I'Vlnd'
all';iny palns'.aro gbne^'and I"can employ _-all -my^days- wlth'^tho; best- results, j. 1/cannot let I tho 'opportunity
pass-of letting; tho public-* knowj-the
great' good !Dodd's-Kidney/Pills1 -have"
done-me"   '     -k**f>*^'dyy --.■   i-d-.'yd-
f- ~Dodd'soKidney _PllIsdcure 'alldrheu-
:matlc,"patnsjby removing'the'eause-^-
Urlc'acid ln thoblood. They put'vigor'
and energy,,. In,, place., of a tho f pain." ?*,■$$
1 ' '        '   ' -    .     J|
-'   " //* -v ,7 h    -*      -* h <•   -*•,    *'   -        '    ,1     ■'''■'
.., vf 1- f r1 *"f> •'• ■ if-y. ~x"- •/?> ^ ---v
«l..    ,. ,
^ Amongst,(the passengers who arriv-
ed^ by the • Caronia' on her last trin
was Mr,,-James Ryrlo, who had ju,'
: returned af ter -'a- protracted visit t<!v|
( Europe in search of tho latest novelties
for. Diamoriiu* Hall. Toronto. Dur]i"
his absenceCMr,,Ryrlo visited Italy
Switzerland,.* Austria,, Germany, Holland, France' and England, and mado
selections In each country, thus gathering-one* of -the ■ choicest collections'*
„.'<
,'"* ' " >■ ->As Early^ as That.', ' VV -(..**i
'When GeorgoCWash crossedHhe'Delaware
And'gavo the British'quIte'Vscaro," 'J'*'
A.ccordlng.to the,"bost advice,""." "'* •" "i*" „'
He cut a good sized chunk of Ice.y   y,  ' k
'     7-r-      -7 "'   '*
""■ d      '     SUIJ.a^Bird.       '-'    ' *   " fr'
t "When he came.to town he ,was feeling like a bird."      * ."'   ■
"Yes,   and   when <. tliey  took  all   bis
money away ho went home a blue jay."
'   ' Felt It Coming.
"Why docs he predict a big corn
crop with such assurance?"      , .
"He has Just bought a pair of shoes
that are two,sizes too small."   ,    ,
Provided For, ,   *
"Is he saving any money for a,rainy
day?"   e
"No; he Is an adept at stealing umbrellas." ' *
PERT PARAGRAPHS.'
A vacation without pay is, a good
deal like a dinner without salt only
more so. "**'",       ,
It is a mighty lucky dog that is born
Into tho world with a pedigree,
A club woman's boy generally gets
-revenge on his mother by smoking cigarettes, v '
The man who
can look pleasant
while paying hia
wife's millinery
bill certainly has H
crown and a harp
coming to blm.
Some men And it
bard to shave
themselves because they never
learned to swear
In youth.
Somo of the most beautiful theories
In tho world wouldn't recognize themselves after they had been put into
practice.
«   -'.      . -    .   ,...
■  Theredwas once a" man1 who" lived ln,r
^thc? forest*. farTfrom -<thc  rest''of  his
"tribe. '- Hc.lost'.hls wife and,,was, very
> lonely. ''* After awhileJbo^mado "a wooden doll  about her",size,-dressed .It ;in'
tlie cIothe8'rsho_us'ed;to^wear_an(l set It
Aip, in* front' of "the/flroplace.~-Then*'<ho
felt jbetter.V^So, a "year'passed -away'.*,
'One(V< night'tho^ came {hoine'.it and-there
was his wifeTsittingdidti chair'In plnco,
.of tho doll.'. She spoke^o/hlm, ""sayingr
'^Tho Gre(at Sp'lrltfeltsofry.'forjyoud so
ho>jlet4 meVcbme' back, to ""see - youf*b"ut
>yeu must]never^touch"^mo,**'for>if.py6u
,'do youdwillJklll'inel'.^Tliey^ivcd" thus1
together.^ for"'Vftw6lvemonth,„\buti one*
nlgnt'he/attemptecLto' clasp herein his''
armsd*-.Behbld,'hoi4was holding a'wbod-
"'cn dolil: "She'd.Id not'comcTto life again,,' dT
and ho was very .unhappy ever aftcr.a
*~ -D ,t "  ' <■*" ' - "-  ■ "- *  ;,y
'-   "t y    *W>lnii  Collesre 'Yella. K-"d
The Welsh Is a language that"look3
peculiarly Otufor collego yells.,/The,
.Welsh yells are fully up to the level of
those of this country. v The University-
of North Wales has a yell something
like this: "Bravo, li'ravlsslmo, ray, ray,
ra-o-rock! Ray-ray-ra-o-rock! k"Ray-
ray-ray-o-rock!" Cardiff has a'somewhat similar yell,,.while at Aberystwyth the cry, is: "Illp-hlp-hur-nhqrJ
nip-hip-hur-abcr! nip-hip-hur-Abor-
Vystwyth! With n pip and n pang and
aylpandnyan.   Yak!;Yak! Yakl"
of .precious stones, silverware and art
goods" that has overventerod Canada
^hescgoods/it'Is expected, will   ardl
rlvo'JIn^tlmo.for,' the' opening of 'tie1 1
new'premises now being prepared for
'the'iRyrie^Bfo's.Vlimited.   This build- <
Ing,t,,which' is^situated" some threo or"
fouridoors"' above-their present prem-'
ises.^wlll be roady ,for occupation toward: the-enddof July,and when com-
pletedJlwilUbeI'one,'of the largest and"
most,"palatial v establishments on tlie,
'continent,' v'eyen^N rivalling   anything
that-Nowi,'--Y6rk.or -Chicago ' has to
show,, .i^A^-y-h^y v,
" • -,./■, .y*.     '   "' f '—s_L_'* 1      ',
,-x liosay—i."say,' doctor, I want Vou to
-lookrat.:'a".horso up hero nt the stable-
-nnd, tellj^no ^honestly Jiist what .rou
*«Rlln,^a^.0Ut him—whether ho Is noi'md
■<or-unsound.' ,VeterInarj'-I nlwav's toll
Just what.I,think.' By the wny, is It aij
.iiorsOiTydufUiInk of 'buying or ono you
' uave'for sale?" '<* .
<Pk*   Jo, '       \   ■<"*--       '.	
i>   ■>¥.(«-j. ''.' ; ; —
-•"   '    v"y\  d1?-**''   In*'Kht.
, j Jpbso'n—Mtss'-Blank , looks nirfiilly
frivolous ,tojmc'.*;Wliat mates you think 1
>:shc,h'as sp'.mueli hard sensci Uobson-
Itjust^lieard-her, rof usp an Invitation,
^to^-a card^'party .because she couldDf 1
* play* cards. '-/;■   „ •> , "* '
v _ ,  y . 1 „' 1
'...   l       , ....    1     ^.. r. ^ >
; rt lie I who "foresees .calamities suffers
UteWtwlce over.—Porteous. .,
-''■iii"]
jWhafeWbten .'Suffer.
'rJ^ri..."
j *,» yy ~f o-i^-'a, —
AT ALL"AGES",THEY-NEED   RICH,'
'y^yPV'kE'i \B~£6p6"' TO     SECURE
..'jdHEAll'TH; andI happ'iness.     ,
s-i*';*
-,  Overcome.        "   , *
, Timson—I never' fainted away but
once, and that was Just a "few, days
ago. - Slmson—What was the. cause?
Timson—My wife told me that she hnd
trained herself j"o__sho ,-could walk
through a store fulfof bargain counter
sales with lier purse full of money and
never buy a tiling.       ' *
Purndoxicul.
Smith—You remember Muggins, who
used to bore us with* his long winded
stories? Jones—Yes.' What of blm?
Smith—He was arrested yesterday for
being short in his accounts.
Work:.
"Anyhow yo*i can't deny that Ilewll-
gus is a self made man. lie worked
his way through college."
"He certainly did. He wor'-od'nearly every student in tho insl'lutiou."
DID YOU  EVER WONDER—
«i*iWpy;y
is'iilisdy
Why a baby carriage isn't known as
a crycycle?
Why it is so much easier to bo wrong
than.it is to be president?
Why some people manage to talk a
great deal without saying anything?
Why so many of our coming men
seem to be handicapped from tho start?
Why the company that Issues tho
map' has the only curveless railroad
thereon?.;-;.;
Why1 the average man invariably
makes a fool of himself; every time he
tries to act tip? -     ' *
Why men are nearly always embarrassed when they propose—either financially, or otherwise?
'• Why so many mon who are anxious
to. work when sick are Just as anxious
to avoid it when well?
Why some men are not as black aa'
they are painted and some are not as
white as they aro whitewashed?
IIU FIoniitlcrliiKrn.
"Isn't Mr. TceJus a deep thinker?"
"He must be," answered Miss Cayenne.    "I never heard him try to sny
anything  without getting beyond  his
denth."     *
A woman <■ needs ' medicine   more
than a^man....Her organism Is   more
complex,   heid,system, more  delicate.
,Hor health-, Is "disturbed  regulaily ln
the.'course of   nature.    If   anything,
happens to Interfcio with lhat natural courso,, she goes through unsne-ak.
ablo'"suffering.   Un fact,tho health of
every-function and.tho happiness  ot
every' moment of a (woman's life dev
pends upon the richness and the reg
,ularity of her blood supply. 'That I",
the'simple scientific reason why Dr
Williams'. Pink Pills arc worth moro
than.their weight in gold to women
of all ages from fifteen to fifty. Theso
pills actually mako the rich, red blood
that brings health and happiness and I
frcodom from pain to every woman'
Mrs.  Neil  Forguson, Ashilold, N. S,
says:    "In Justice to you, and in tho
hope  that  what I  say '* may benefit
other suffering women, I take pleasure in stating that I have found wonderful, benefit from  the  uso of Drb |
using the pills I *was so badly   run
down that It could scarcely go about;
at times I suffered vory much and felt
that life was a burden.   Thnnlts to Dr
-Williams' Pink Pills, I can now say I
am enjoying bettor health than I e\cr
,expected to have again, and   I   m"
most 'heartily recommend theso p»«
to' other suffering women."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured Airs.
Forguson becauso thoy filled ncr
veins with tho rich, pure blood so necessary to health and happiness of cr-
ory human being. It, Is mr this reason tbat these pills always euro suca
troubles as anaemia, -neuralgia, hear*
trouble. Indigestion, rhoumaiism, so-
taica,* St. Vitus danco, paralysis, Money and liver troublos, and th0.B[i,°'
ial ailments of growing girls and »<•■
men of middlo ago. You can get tne«, I
pills from any doalor In medicine, ou-
you should be careful to seo tnnt}»»
full name. "Dr. Williams rink I»'
for Palo People,", is on the wrnppi'
nround each box. If you wish )"
can got the pills by mall at M «■"*
a box or six boxes for »2.5u by w"""*
the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., uroc-
▼Hie, Ont.
unligKt Soap
is o. pure, evenly baJa.rtced so&p. It ma.kes a
nice, cleansing lather for washing cut glass, giving it a. brilliancy and spa.rkle. Sunlight Soap
is best for every cleansing purpose.
Buy Sunlight.
Your, money back for any cause of complaint.
fcever Brothers Limited
Toronto
n»5
1  G. '('.  <>.'  .CllHi   fciTrlr���*" I~lli1fii1if iihn~iXiTTHiflHrfiiiW^ijjU  *^B Wv'B ,UB*PBB  _   �����������������������  j/eSTEKN  CANADIAN   EDITORS |  a Series of Articles Describing  their'Ives, their Alms and   y  Their Influence.  Whc  AND   THC    MOOT  , i ... i r..���>  TEMPTING   DISHES    LOSE  A CUP OF DELICIOUS  TH6IH    ATTRACTION  CEYLON TEA IS ALWAYS ACCEPT ABLE.      IT   HAS   NO   EQUAL FOR  ',   . FLAVOR   OR iVALUE.  Cold only in Sealed Lead Packets.    40 c, 50c, 60c. per lb.  '   , ''      - HIGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, 1304.  By All   Grocers.  *     <*-      JAS. B. GRAHAM.  1 -    /.  r* '    1 *   ���  Edltor and  Proprietor^ of ���the vEnter?  ���-   prise, Melita, Man. ,>-_ .*,   ."   ;'  -r'r c      ���-,.'    v'     3-  Tlio  profession   of ; Journalism^in  the  West," includes  among',;'its most  honored members *rsome <- men", of * ma-'  , lure age, whose rlpencddexp'erle'nee'  has sobering and" modifying effect 'on  tho sometimes, too .exuberant?,enthusiasm of their younger fellowworkmen?  Now ihat "old man l-nurlo'Vof Battle-  lord lias crossed the bourne���-he'-who  "nidi the courage of <tho. pioneer^load:.  ed his Washington hand/ press*' on*' a'  Red River cart, and trekked liundreds  "of miles across the farflung fenceless  'prairie   to the then Terrltorlal.fcapl-  tal, staying on with" firm falth'in'his  location after allothers. had -quit;" and.  " dying at last   with the   sound of the1  ��� long-looked-for .locomotive "almost<iri  I'**-his cars, and ilils'', dreams of Battle*-  tord's future  within  measurable, dis-,  .tanca of realization at lasts Now that'  ,,'tie leteran editor of "the-Saskatche'  j' nan Herald.is no more," Mr.* ,Cannon?  L # of the Aliiinedosa'Trlbuhe/is'perhaps'  '^te Nestor of WesternlCanadian Jour-  'tvUm, but Mr. , Jas. \B.1 Graham," of'  I'Wta, .will* In point' of age^if notkof-  f'-Western experience,'-run-hiin* a close  y second.'  '   ��� '    '//df" ' d-dd'' .V, -'*'.-  f   Though Mr. Graham is'ln~his~slxty-'-  fifth year, he"-would<,rhavo_,to"4 produce  a certiflcatoof the factjn order^ to' bo  believed,   for  manyf dmen.a\'scbre^of  ^ears his Junior look* older.';He/is" an,  ardent lover ot the' great 'out-of-doors;  ��� and io this fact'Ms1; well as.to/ar.tem-  jieiate, industrious,, cheerful^ life, and,  ,,a naturally "good constitutionT his" finely preserved physlQuq^may bo inscribed.   In the winter tlie-' skating.'.. rink'  has no moro enthusiastic' devote- than  he; nnd^in summer^ho'l!itravels'-*' 1 or  hours a day on his".bicycled, HeJ.ro-  talns-that youthful freshness of mind  tliat is tho surest antidote for old-age.  He lives in thor present rather ,than in  the past, enjoys lho_ society of    th'e  youDg, and while Conservative'in' poll-  tics   is    progressive,   in7 disposition.  Though his hair is white his step is  , springy, nnd many a young Canadian  girl might envy Mr., Graham his complexion. , Ho is one of thoso men that  never grow really^ old, but when    his  eje is dim and his step fefcble, will be  fresh of heart*   and    mind as ' men  young enough to bo nis sons.  Mr. Graham isof Irish, birth, a native of Ulster, having been born near  Belfast ln 1S40. He was but seven  years of ago when he came with his  parents to Ontario. At the age' of  seventeen ho> went Into the printing  business, with rwhich he has been ever  since identified. -lie'was apprenticed  to the offlce of tho Streotvillo Rovlew,  then owned by Solomon Barnhart and  edited by Itov. R. J. McGeorge. His  'hst job, as ho Is fond of telling his  friends when in -'reminiscent view,  *vas to manipulate tho roller of vtho  Washington press in. printing an* edition of tho poems aud lyrics of'tho  lesser Canadian poets, Alexander Mc-  hachlin, of Caledon. Mr.' Graham remained with tho Review until lt ceased publication. His whole'printing experience while connected with the paper was in newspap*or and book work,  for In tho 50's job work, as at present  understood���tho printing of ofljco sta-  tlrmery, visiting cards, pamphldts and  catalogues���was unknown outsldo tho  Wgger cities.  After leaving Streotvillo Mr. Gra-'  ham, in search of wider knowlcdgo of  uie daft, went to Toronto, and called  on William J,yon Mackenzie ln search  ��f a position on his papor. Thero being none, and disliking tho hurly-burly  "f the city, ho wont to Milton, securing a position on tho" Now Bra of that  town. Lator ho worked on papers at  H'rgns, Mount Forest, and Owen  sound. In 1870 Mr. Graham started  lho Uxhrldge Journal, staying In Ux-  brldgo somo years, and finally selling  out because of a severe attack of the  Western farming fever, to which thousands  of    Ontarians    succumbed    in  ** Mr,'Graham lirst took up a homestead near Rapid City, but the absence of educationaUfacillties for his  children caused him tp.move with his  family ''to Qu'Appelle, -where he had  been offered "a position as foreman of  the Progress office?" Here ho remained  for a time, when the offer of a similar position in Brandon determined  him to move to the Wheat City, be-  ,causorof ,the better educational advantages there 'obtainable. For six or  seven years Mr.',Graham was a citizen  of Brandon, leaving when ho purchased Uie Enterpriso at Melita, which  under his management, was soon fitted  out with an entiro new dross,,and,the  mechanical* Equipment'of whicli was  three years ago Improved by'the, installation of a" large Cottroll-Babcock  '.press aiid a,power plant. ,  '  ,',i-ast)' January Mr. Graham purchased  the Carnduff Gazette, for which ho  has just completed the erection of a  new- building, and for whicli ho has  installed new type-and presses. The  Enterprise is under tho management  of his" eldest son,, while Mr. Graham  personally superintends tho Gaectte  business.^ "" - , / d,* *'  /��� Both papers are' highly creditable  specimens of Western .country weeklies'���newsy, intelligently written, well  printed and'with good advertising pat-'  rqnage. 'Their' popularity, among  their constituents is ,shown by theirc  circulation,. and ffby the manner * In  whlcli'thoir columns are Iii demand by  tlio' business men*of their towns/ ' J  dMr." Graham Is'a Mason,, of over  thirty, years standing. 'Music ds one  of his favorite'pleasures, and in, band  organization he has taken lifelong interest. 'J      '.'   k ' * '      '        '�����  Among his fellow newspaper men  few men aro more popular or respected than Mr. Graham, whose success in  his profession is but tho reward of  his industry and his personal character. In many respects he is a typical  Western, editor. He knows tho newspaper business thoroughly, from the  washing of rollers and the writing of  editorial and the rustling for subscriptions. Because of the range of his experience,, and because of, its length,  he will remain, as long as he continues in the ranks" of working newspaper men,,one of tho outstanding figures  in the journalistic world of tho  West- ���  Deafness  Cannot be Cured  i  br Ini-nl Hppllcinttf!n��. wi thoy onnnnt ronoh the dl*.  Mwl portion of thncnr, 1 littrfl Ic only ono mar to  c-jiro ilenfn(w��,ttn,l thot In uj <vMwtttutlon��l roniodl  com I  latlon  nivw �� tlto nwu't. nnd uiilowi  tin)  InfUuunatlon can  lio tnknu out nml thin tul>o roxtororf to IM normal rendition  hunrliili will ho <lwtro) ixl foreran nine r��  Onurrh,     ' '       '  in  of tllfl   j.irod Do!  r ....   by rntiirrh) tbftt ofcnnoi tie cured by  ilroularx, fi    ���.���.'eri nine ml**...  put of ton_nr*i ruuwd lir OnUrrh,   nhlch  I* nothing  rfaoe  ' com*  ���it.  ���, --i ,--Jured  -.-_..��  h,,m! for Qlroulam, froo.  ?. J. OHENKY 1 OO..Tolodo, O ,  but un liifliiaiod conilltlon of the tnuaoun ��urfoo����  w�� will un�� One Jluinlred Dollan for nny ckmi of,  nun/uew <o��u��id br rnUrrh) tbkl o��nnoi '  ��� ��,*",'* tr .nnmuliitii. 1U-.  Tukc llull'o Fuiully Fills for oonnlpatlon.    -  ,,Towne���^Do you believe in dreams?  Browne���I used to, buUI don't any  more. .Towne-TMot as superstitious  as you were, eh? Browne���O,' lt  wasn't a question' of superstition. . I  was ln lbvo' with one once and sho  Jilted''me., "   '""      , '  Liniment  Distemper.,  Mlnard's  ' <*    J  jl,u , -r-       .  -  J   i       '���       I    , <    , '   '  Edith���Poor Pauline! ,She was lost  at scad Lena���Oh, Isn't that dreadful,! And she tso much wanted to be  .cremated.1 ' ���    ' *    \ ' ���   a  Thero is a bookseller ia Yorkshire^  who never tires of telling how once  he "got even" with Alfred Austin, ihe  poet laureate. This vendore of literary wares is a tall thin man, with  sharp features and a distinctly intellectual head, and Mr. Austin seems  to have taken an interest in him from  the first. Often and often he visited  the shop never to buy, but always to  ask innumerable quesions. "How  many books do you sell daily?" "Do  they read me about here?" "What is  the profit ia bookselling?" These  were samples of the poet's queries.  Then came a day wenn he took up a  copy of Omar Khayyam and asked,  ,"Is this good?" "Don't know; never  read it," replied the shopman. "What!  You don't read the books you sell?"  came the astonished question. "Certainly not," was the concluding phrase  of tlie conversation. "If you were a  druggist would that'lead you to eat  any the more opium?" ,  They Cleanse tho System Thoroughly.���Parmelee's Vegetable Pills clear  the stomach and bowels of bilious matter, cause the excretory vessels to  throw off impurities from tho blood  into the bowels and expel the deleterious mass from Uie body. They do  this without pain or inconvenience lo  the patient, who speedily realizes  their good offices as soon as Ihey begin to take effect. They have strong  recommendations form all kinds of  people.       ' - ii  One ,of John Sharp Williams' recent stories tells of an old darkey who  applied to a former employer for a  jrecornmendiytiori. The old coloifrd  man had been faithful and his record  was clean, so the employer wrote him  a recommendation lauding him to the  skies. Tho old darkey read it twice,  and then ran his 'fingers through his  wool. "IJ-m-m,",.' ho ,multered. ."Boss,  dafs a good rec'mendatlon. Don' yo'  deckon yo! could gib mo a job yo'self  if I's good,as all dis says?" ��  r-     i       ���    ti ~~' ~~  Minard's  Liniment, Cures Colds,, Etc.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA.  IWC'r'   ii       k      f I  JsPROCEEDINGS  "A*  \ i  OF THE THIRTIETH.. ANNUAL   .GENERAL    MEETING  OF THE 8HAREHOLDER8 HELD1 AT THE   BANKING** HOUSE OF.  "'THE INSTITUTION  IN TORONTO,'-ON    WEDNESDAY,'  JUNE  k ���    *.���!<���    d      ,   m       21ST,  1005:.   ..*T  ���   * '   ��� ->  =1 l\~  Daft  UrS  of Can-  Banking  .,. '* Tho'Thlrtclcth  Annual ' Gcnoral  Meeting of   the  rifiperiai  'ada- was' held in pursuance'of lho storm   of (the * Charter   at  t'llouse  of  the liihtitutlon,  21sl Juno,   1U05.       ���        ^        '���* .       o  n.1--i =. Present:���Messrs.-T. R. Morrltt,(> St.*- Catharines);   William ��� Ramsay,   ofi  Uowland. Stow; Robcrt"Jaltray,iWm** Ilendrie,     (Hamilton);    Charlos  _��� Cock-.  .-Lshutt;  D.'H.   WIHcIcs'Li W. Lunsmulr;    Rev.fT. W. Paterson; W. Bridgcman-  Slmnson; Edward Hay; Prof. Andrew. Smith,    F." R.  C. -V. S.;    R.   N.   Gpooh;  J..,W. Harry; A. H. Jiartens; Nell* Robertson, It. W. ,Thompson; Frank A.  -Itolphr-Pisltiif, Uowland;    W. ,T.   Jennings;    Vy It.   Whethcy;    C.    H.   Stanley-  _.>-.���_.    pi       .    ._   - john Noilson; Alex.     Netlson;^ v John   '.Stnxk; "-Chas.  W?  H. Cawthra;   - Davldk   Ktdd, "  '(Hamilton);  if.  Kalnsd William, Spryi   < A. ' E.^, Webb; . Q. -  B.  (Smith;     WIl!umr-Glcnney,~,-(Oshawa); David Smith;  'Harry   Vlgeon;    Harry  rWyatt; "VV T. Boyd;-H. C.-Hammond; R.sII. ^Temple: W. .R.'.Hamilton; A. A.  -McFiill,' (Bolton);, L.J Ogden: 11.' P. .Eckardt; A., .Foulds; ,T.,Gibson; John,  fGrahani;,A. D.   Cndcnhoad, (Ocho, Rlos,; Jamaica);    M.*  V:    Blalkle;*   J. . G.  Ramsey;-J*-'W.JBoaty;'-- A. P. Uuirltt; 'James .Todhuntor; _\V. G.*- Jaliray;  A*. JI. E.  Hutchcson; Frank E. MacDonald;   Charles  McGill  -Itolph;"-Poleg, Howland;    V  * CIai-ke;.Clarkson Joncb; Jol  .-O'lleniy,  M-D-fO. tF., Rice;  .'James  lilcknellj-K.C.; iJ.  M  * Thomas . Walms- .  What are your friends saying  about you P That your gray  hair makes you look oldf  And yet, you are not forty I  Postpone  this  looking   old.  Hair Vigor  Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and  restore to your gray hair all  the deep, dark, r|ch color of  early life.   Then be'satisfled.'  5^:  red tho n��tnral  ��������� B. J. ViirDTOAa. liichmloavUle, N. T.  for ���  j.aATTnoo.,  Dark Hair  Tho  ley; J.- W.  B.1 Walsh; *I. -'J.  Gould>u.(Uxbrldge) ;n,W.  C.  'Crowther; ^R.   Inglls;  Jk H.'^-Eddls; ''Ti.   G.i O.* Thomson,   and  others.'' ,'       .   "'*    '.,>���',  .y," ���        '  , *  . The IJirectors"lieg to submit to tho Shareholders    their   Thlrtlotht; Annual  'Report and -Balance  Sheet .of .the ,affairs of..the Bank as on the 31st May, 1905, ��  giving thc. result of the business.of, the Bank fOr^the year which ended ;tnat  ���   a>'Out'of tho* Net Fronts of tho.year * after   making   full   provision   for   all'  bad0an<5  doubtful  debts  and  for the  usual( contributions  to  the Pension and  '"      (nj     Dividend's   have  been  paid  at  the   rato   of   10   por  cent,   per  annum,  amounting  to   $300,000. - , ��     * * ,��� " ���.:f_,  liank    Premises   Account .has   been   credited   with   $25,041.71. *  Rest  Account  has  been  increased  by  $150,000. ��� .  Profit   and    loss   Account    has   been   increased   by   $35,803.49.^  ���Branches of the Bank have been opened  during  the  year  at  Arrowhead,  B    C-   Ualgonlc,   N.W.T.;   Broadview.    N.W.T.,   and   in   Toronto   at   St.   Law-,  rence' market.       Branches are being opened  at  Now  Liskeard,  Ont..   and  at  the J-Wh1?F��5 ^fn'St^hMSual' Meeting in 1902, tQ Increase tho  Capitaldstock by $1,500,000, ot which $500,000 was Issued that year, has  been further availed ot by the issue of the" remaining $1,000,000. which will  be Allotted to Sha.choldcfs .fa premium of 100 per cent In the, proporyoft  of ono new sharo for oach three shares ho!<* on_3l*th Juno of this year,  addl  of  Bank* authorized"io"~bo  placed" tn   circulation,  Sir   J.  A.  M.* Alktns.rK.C.. and .Mr.  Wm.  Why to,  a. Vice-President  Canadian   Pacific   Railway,   have   been  appointed!-to   and  havo  position   of   Local   Directors   at   Winnipeg. '  A By-law will bo submittod for your anproval changing tho date of tho  Annual Mooting from tho third Wednesday In June to fourth Wednesday  In liny,  which  your Directors think will  be a more convenient dote.       ��  The Head Offioo and Branchos of tho Bank havo been cArofully inspected during the your, and your Directors desirei to express their satis-  *faction   with   The   faithful  and  cfllcient manner ln which tho Staff performed  T.' It.   MERRITT.   PraaldenL  31st-Ma'y, 1905.     , ,    "  PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. ,.^    f_*  1    . - Balanco   at   credit    of    ao- t        a  count     Slst       May,     W>*'.,.nfneK.  ' brought  forward $1*0.606 66  Profits   for   the   year   ended,  31st  May,   1905,   after   de  Caller���Is your' mother In; Ethel?  Ethel���No,' ma'am; she's downtown.  Paller���Slioppfng? 'jEJUicl���Oh, no;  I don't* think sho had time for that.  Sho'just, said she was.going to, get  somo things she ^needed.'    '   -  ���    ���������.* ^ ^-'       i  - Mr. Newlywed���By the iway;' dearest, did*I��(ever tell'you' about ,that  beautiful heirefs" who - once* wanted  me for a husband?' Mrs. Newlywed���  No,- deaT; you have 'never, told me a  lie yet that I know/! of.    ,  "Do you favor "government, ownership of railways?"',"No," answers the  man who travels. "Somo' ot the" porters are' haughty enough now. ** I don't  know what'they would be "if, they  wero ��to; loom up as , government officials."       , *-���.     r' - o    ' -  li     ���  fl  Is "Royal Household'  Really the Best Flour ?  Thousands of women who do their own baking  ' know it is the beSt, by results-���they don't care about -  the reasons���but those who have not tried it may want  n ' ' ' l   ' '  to know why it is the best  Of course any maker of  flour���with the  same.  experience���the same facilities for selecting the be�� wheat  -���the, same tremendous plant equipment for milling, and  the same process for Eledtrical; Purification of flour  could make juft as good flour as ROYAL HOUSE> ���  ���_ HOLD=4f he had the genius for flour making.  ,       ,   But no other flour maker in Canada has all these  .requisites and  facilities,   therefore no  flour   equal* to ,  ��� ''ROYAL HOUSEHOLD is made in this country.     -  y '   ���-    * i       '       '    t  ,, .'  -"-.In these talkswe shall give you good reasons why ,  ..'ROYAL HOUSEHOLD is the beft flour- and, why '  -,it is the cheapeft flour for you to use. ���      -  ' \'       - ,  <���  I   '' r \ '  .'(     "* ,  1 n it,  j t  ���,,.'''.  ',1 , - i *  .'���  '-" i  ',, - >*  i i  i       i   v \      r.    , i-  " They'A'dvertise Themselves .��� ,Irn-  mediatelv they were , offered To tho  public. i?armelee*s Vegetable Pills beT  came popular because of the good 'report they made1 for themselves. .That  reputation has- grown, and they now  rank amonp"the first medicines ,for<  use in attacks" of- dyspepsia and  biliousness, complaints of th'e liver  .and kidney's, rheumatism, fever and  ague,, and'the innumerable complications to whichHheso .aliments give  rise. >  *   ',. ,  "-    .d .   ' ! . V*  '   '  "Dear Senator," 'wrote onef of Ills,  youthful"*'constituents, -"please, 'give  me a simple rule for success in life.",  "My dear young friend," wrote', the  eminent statesman, "always put your  best foot .foremost."1* "Dear Senator,",  rejoined- the, youthful*/'constituent,  "elther-you don't know^anytllIng about  grammar of vou think I have more  than two feet."  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.1'  at-a premium or loo per  onu  iiviw  siiiiiv  iv,   Uuv���   three shares hold on 30th  .  di lonaV  Cap tal  will   enable  Ao  Bank to keep iW with  the development  the country  to  accept a sharo  of  tho   new   business   which   will   be    the  silt   thereof   ,besides   adding   to   the   total   amount   of   the   notes   of   tho      OJf  accepted  the  tho  their "duties.  59.  1st  00  Dividena   No.  6  p.o.   (paid  of     �� December,  1904) $150,000  Dividend    No.    60.  ,   5   p.c.    (payable  1st      of      Juno,  ,1305) * 150.000 00  to     Rest     Ao-  $300,000  Transforro'd  count ��� ���   ��� -.  Written . oft   Bank   Premises  and   Furnituie   Account   ..  Balance   of  Account   carried ._  forward ' ��� ���   ��� ���   X7G.516 05  150,000  25.041  ducttne-    chars-os    of     man-  neomont  nnd  Interest  duo  'depositors and  after making  full   provision   for  "  all  bad  and  "doubtful   k debts  nnd    'for     rebate  on  bills        .  undor discount 510,951 ZZ  1  $651,557  78  'REST ACCOUNT.  May,  :i  $651,557 78  i J t V'  t  1904  .$2,850,000 00 .  SSKEnB^V^^^toS^ASS-u-t;:: ::.:: di��.;..oo.  $3,000,000 00  Notes of the Bank  In  LIABILITIES.  circulation   .    ..    .  (including lntcr-  Doposltg not bearing interest  Doposlts   bearing   interest  ost   accrued   to   date ���  Deposits by other Banks In Canada..  Total liabilities to tho public   Capital   Stock   (pajd   up)   Host Account    ������   v   ������   ���  Dividend No. 60  (payable 1st Juno,  6   per  cent   :.   ..   . .   Rebate on Bills discounted .. ��������� ���  balance  of  TroHt  and  Loss  Account  rle'd  forward   !$  4,347,290 05'  19,629,673 12  $  2,571,577 00  1905,  .$  8,000,000 00  ,        150.000 00  65,231  64  176,516 05  $23,970,968  1C5,{S2  $26,703,777  8,000,031  3,391,747  $83,095,526  17  78  95  00  t  >'  4  ASS ET3.  for     security    of  Gold   and   Silver  Coin' ..   Dominion   Government   Notes   Deposit  with   Dominion   Government  note circulation   ..   .���   ������   -������;���;,-"   "     "  Notes  of and cheques  on other Banks   ..   ..   ..   .  .$      826,600  61  .     3,634,400  00  Dominion   and   Provincial    Government Bo-(  Canadian "Municipal " Be^'^^p?^  Tsh or Foreign, or Go'0"1?' x UD1IC  Rppurltios   other   than   Canadian   . .   ...  Railway and8other Bonds. Debentures and  Stocks    '    451,402 09  1,501,291 44  1,409,668 16  $  4,461,000 61  145.000 00  .089.988 60  840,952 80  44,060 40  .,607,217 91  ��  7,628,170 81  Call and  Short Loans on Stocks and  Bontis  ln  Canada.  Other  Current Loans,   Discounts   anc Advances   B^SS*��Hfc^t;ddd:  S?^Bl?^tw,   fneludlng Safes.  Vaults  and  Office  Fur-  Bank  prfiinlses,  liiciuo-n^ branches  .. -.-." ..   ..."..  Othe^Ass'ets.1 n^inclSded. under foregoing heads   .,  362,261  68  686,655 88  $18,  18.  675.987 84  67S.718 Rl  30,927 20  26,278 33  87,699 56  700.000 00  613 90  $33,095.525  64  _.. ,   _;(im.  were  submitted   an'd  carried   Miinntmously.  i.The .usual   motions, we   ^ meeting   reported   the   following  gon-  The   Scrutineers   appointea   ai 0���auingByear,  viz.:  Messrs. T.  R.* Mar-  *��?*% -WwriW.?   Wn![Ramsay!  Rob t.  Jaftray. Ellas Rogers. Wm. Hendrle,  ���^<?'^��dWno.rt^                                         Mr. T. R. Morritt was elected  At a Bubscrquont meenn^kie   Vice-President,  for tho  ensuing year,  sldent.jind Mr. ^.     . -, ,___ .��._���_._  Pres  Mary Ann���I've come to  tell you,  mum,'that th' ���gasolene    stove   has,  gone out.    Mistress���Well,* light - it  again.    "I can't.    Sure,1 it went out  through th' roof!" <  Settlement Worker.���What a well-  behaved little boy he is! Burglar's  Wjfo���And, he comes by it natural,  mum; his poor father never failed to  have a sentence reduced owin' 'to  good behaviour!  ���   L     <      '���  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is prepared from drugs known to  the profesion as thoroughly reliable  for tho cure of. cholera, dysentery,  diarrhoea, griping pains and summer  complaints. It has been used successfully by medical practitioners for  a nunmber of years with gratifying results. If suffering from' any summer  complaint it Is just the medicine that  will cure you. Try,a bottle.- It sells  ,for 25 cents.  Defined���Gladys���-I call it an automobile engagement. Maude���What's  an automobile engagement? Gladys���  Ono that starts off all right, but nobody's quito dead suro that It will bo  able to ,keep on going.      -  .'  Mrs. J was very nervous and'a  light sleeper. One night she thought  sho detected the odor of gas. Por  onco in her life sho acted bravely.  She got up and went downstairs without awakening her husband. Finding  tho odor of gas stronger in the lower  rooms she ran back to hor bedroom.  Sho .shook her dosing spose two or  throe times very roughly, crying at  the samo time: "John! John! Get  up! The gas is leaking and wo will  be smothered to death." Is it leaking  very much?" sleepily asked John.  "No; not so much." "Then put a  bucket undor it and come to bed."  %ynotrdS of"the'Board.  roroato, *ua�� M��W �������*-  D. B. WtLKIE.  aoaerol Man������r.  BABY'S DANGER  A mother cannot watch her little  ones too carefully during the hot  weather. Dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera  infantum, and disorders of the stow  ach are alarmingly frequent during  tho summer months, and unless the  mother has at hand an efficient remedy to check and euro the trouble a  littlo Mfe may go .almost before you  cralizo -the caso is serious. At the  first sign of any of these ailments the  wise mother will give her little one  Baby's Own Tablets, which promptly  euro all hot weather ailments. Mrs.  John Lancaster, North Portal, N. W.  T says: "My baby was attacked  with diarrhoea and vomiting. I at  once gave Baby's Own Tablets and  the next day sho was as well as ever.  I am never without the Tablets in the  house as I find they are the only medicine a little one needs." Other wise  mothers will follow Mrs. Lancaster s  example and keep the Tablets al-  wbys at hand���their prompt use  may save a little life. Sold by all  medicine" dealers or sent by mnll��  , 15 cento a box by writing ttie.Z>r. Wil-  iUxns'j Medlciiio Co., Broekvllle, Ont  A Smiling Face  ' signifies robust health and good  ' 'digestion. * "You -'can*" - always  J(carry a smiling face in spite of;  'tare and' worry -if * you keep",  ��� your *��� livery right;, and'  your,'  1 digestion good by using      .,' ,   7  Beeehatri'S::  Pills  Sold Everywhere, o In boxes 25 cents.  ' LlfiWffn "t euro for Fpllepny and  fclmlrudnffuctlon8i*thHonlypi\.u;c��i��ful  irmocly, unit Is now uhciI by tho b��it  pliiaUlii'S u.nd boflpiiuls in Kurone  and \mt-rira. It I* confUnittauy  .      ^ re< oniineuded to tho aflllUed.   If you  i    "' ^ sutTtjr frum  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  orhn%e children or natives thitAoso orVnowa friaiiil that  ll alllictuJ. THIv-f  flEM) FOIl a Fkkr Tiual' Wottj.e iuni try  It    It viii bo s��nt by mall  firoiwid     , H    h w   cured  w ht.ro everything also has  filled  Wbi-n writinj; montlon  thin piipor, ntitl frlv'i full  addrtiaa    I'or salts bj all dmvrIsU. ��.    ��  TbeLlebisCo.r 179 King St. W-, Toronto*  IU    A   *'ll��WK     UUAIi'   IWl u."   �������  CUBEI  The Optimist, organ,of ���the "Nolens  Volens" colony, prints a cut of, tho  prison. In tho dome of tho main  building is shown open windows in the  highest portion. Tho accompanying  commont narrates that many years  ago a prisoner attempted his liberty  by means of a rope down which ho  was sliding when the cord parted and  he fell first to the" roof of the central  building, then, bounding from there,  hit tho top of the cell block, where ho  acquired sufficient elasticity to land  him on the ground. Those unexpected  incidents confusod him and ho was  captured. Singularly the misfortune of  his failure was not unmitigatod.. He  had been so afflicted, with heart disease as to be unable to lie down for  months. Tho fall knocked It completely out of him, and. he was , enabled  thereafter to "sleep like a*lop." The  Optimist cheerfully invites tho palpitating public to como and try the remedy.  Xjejiubs s.pjojiom ���** ssviuiw OS "I  pajno s|Eiuiue jo uEiuni1 uo qou  ueq  -no   'saqoiEJOs ouiEJd 'aBuew 'Mioi  Lotion.. It never falls. At al! druggists.  Mr. Hotayr���Yes, my dear, as the  great Henry Clay said, "I would rather bo right than be President." Mrs.  Hotayr���-Humph! I'm suro I don't  see why. You have twlco as good a  chance of being President.  Rossway, Jan. 2S, 1901.  C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Dear Sirs���This fall I got thrown on  a fence .and hurt my chest very bad  so I could not work and it hurt me  to breathe. I tried all kinds of Liniments and they did me no good.  Ono bottle of MINARD.'S LINIMENT  warmed  on flannels and    applied on  my breast cured mo completely.  ��� C. H. COSSEBOOM.  Rossway, Digby Co., N.S.  "If you steal���I don't care what it  IS���you'll repent it some day." "Bah!  Didn't you ever steal a kiss?"���������.' *'Yes'  and I married the girl."  Do not delay in getting relief for tlio  little folks. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is a pleasant and suro cure.  If you love your child why do you let  it suffer when a remedy is so near at  hand.  W    RM   O   P*��> ��^��>  Grinnand ��� Barrett���Hamfatter > has  just bought a farm. >E. Forest Frost���  Does he. know anything about farming?, Grinnand' Barrett ��� Goodness,  yes! Why "he played in "The Old  Homestead"' and "W,ay Down, East"  for years.    ,*;��� * yd ,'*;'(   ",   '  ���' ; 1 ~$'' *  * **Its Power Grows'With"'Age.���How  many medicines loudly blazoned as  panaceas for all human ills 'have com&  and 'gone since Dr. Thomas'..Eclectrlc'  Oil was first 'put upon the'market?  Yet it remains doing more good to  humanity than .manyy a preparation  more highly vaunted .and extending,  its virtues wider and-wider auu-iri^a"  larger circle every year, "it Us tho  medicine of the masses.  nos", or was" ��� it' in Cuba, when you  charged against the Spaniards?" "No,  best betoyed^I'rcam��' through ^bojth  tho Cuban an'ddPh'liPPimj"campaigns  without' n�� scratch.- - I ,was strikebreaking in* Chicago .when I got this  mark: *T, tell, you 'that,was the real  thing when you -talk ,about war."      ���  *   ' v   'i  (L-..',*'Ur*VJ       ' *      '  Professor Chalkdown���Now, what  littlo boy will make up a sentence illustrating the meaning of the word  "triangle," J^ilttle Sammy���Well!, if  grubs won't catch 'em triangle worms."  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  "Now, grandpa, tell us again about  tho wars you were in. Did you get  that scar fighting against tho Filipi-  OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES  STATICMARYAND POnTABLE '  IRON LATHES, 8-10-12 FT.; PLANES; BOLT  -CUTTERS ; tBAND SAW; COLUMN SHAPERS;  WOOD �� LATHES; SURFACE PLANES; Steam  ENGINES AND ' BOILERS; BLACKSMITHS'  "TOOLS; ELEVATOR MACHINERY, THRESHERS,   BELTING.  Two 4 h.p. Gasoline Engines, 2nd hand.  BURR1DGE-COOPER   CO'Y., J-TD ,       127 HENRY AVEVEAST, WINNIPEG. -  s ���*' '���  H-H'frtwi'U  CEYION  lTeas  STANDARD TEAS  GUARANTEED   THE   BEST.  First in Quality, First in Flavor, 'First in Public Favor. Packed for your protection in pound  and half-pound-lead packets; 3 lb. ancl 5 lb.' tins.  ASK THE GROCER 'J  '  \  PUT   UP   BY  CODVILLE & CO.,   Winnipeg, Man.  Western Canada's Gre  Industrial Exhibition.  JULY 20==28j 1905  u  in Prizes and Attraction^  Reduced Fares ort"al[f-Rallways.l  Seven Days/Racing.  Prize Lists and, Attractions Programs  Mailed  on  Application.  F.iW. D^W0,(Presidenf t R.J. HUGHES, SecXTreas.  ��� th  'c'"i\;-->l  7 J        1   *       ,        44'. r,    *r  t -/"-_ ' iL--p,  r 1-   1-   -.i,.y3  '���' y^yx  ' y a. .a- ''���*  , . ,<. ���: 4HW  * ''-.'ym,  .1- m  T * --"i f VJ}  '��*  ' 1 - *? 'ii 17 y.-'i-.-  r <-    < "  '-K-t'i^iA  '" " *d''-'d^"-"��  , ^.,���,i*f*|,^*;_  sv      Aft ; ji-. ,-i'l  ,- s.; i.^ytM  is   ���. rty.'i  I  1 r '      *.\'��y J*'t.<|  .' '*   r   1 t- r ,i I  '    *: / '        ��'.'  -*,<, > V F  .'.'      Y        ,'f.   P '.rv,iJ-  .   " '��� V',|rr��?';  ,7 ,; ,   , fypyt&l  ' ~l s'     ? 1       n.' 1   f I  * ' \i* $ * ��<&�� r  j\     ' -a 1       Tt if-1  ^ 1   y Vff-f^1" "(**������ &  ,   , 1 .   ,, ?y,0%i yA  l- ��� ;v*^ 'd*u  ^ * <     X   *��� '��^v   jV   ��'       >J'\   I  '*��� r . > \ "*s J A"*J t  1 ' .d^vy  , . ", *       I \ ,-^i,- .J      . -.  "^'-rh   |J*H��  ��� ' y -  \MteMA  y v'C filt'tp-1  ,      '\       4-ii-d;3t-f  ��'      "'   ' ''-<U^i-!>ilW'l  ' d-'^'-'^l  t    ��� 'j.  aMa^lBssrsa:  "���.���w ���im��i!-..lfcl:g:.^i. ��w.Tit��il"-t����',��  ���i, " vy. a-TP.ii.lM-i.r ^UfCl^-  ���'4^�� s^s^is^B^msmis^msm  mmmmmm  ���IJT1      ivf'M/1'1      I {�� * T) T10       i "-K co,,��l,HrJy   have  ijiti     lUlJliij     LljAjJiill.      {demonstrated to thp  hive  mort*   than   ever '  people that    ihe'' j  faitii in  the   mine  and 'mean  CG21! OS.TABL23     KAM3��0 OKS  1-jF  I'ii li-lit-<l in Hit- ini.ri'Hi ..f th" people , business  <*f Vli>vi��* and En*' Koctenny.  r    J. "s I1VTH * CO.  ]'ul>llHliorK. (  d    Theie art* loiuie in ScALtle, eays  th*.  rimecj who believe thai, il their  aifec-  '  For th;- hot ivf-ther.    We have * y��ol .i~?uita��i-ol of the ('ifl-r'it   Mj-1'.*  I md e'^es, from tbe lai-gcsit roornv kind to   the   liitlj   baby  Mniinuck.    Along  ��� with a good book, u hummock helps one to spend a few hoart* very   pleasantlv  at this time of tho year,   Con��e in and look tliem out.  I O. O. F.  Rilitf. OF "I1 ����_{HPTION  I.1C X car. .  SA I U HDAY, .1 Ui.Y 2tf, 11^5.  _ Moyie is * fi?h(>rinin"- par-idise,  :- _= ��� lions are nut returned t he only proper i  ! lippopitinn to make of liie "l^ved ot'n"  ' ia to' kill her on tlie spot���And most of j  these lovers promptly turn thp knife or ,  iho revolver on theinteh-e1-. Tlie !  theory ia that if tlie  lover   csn't   have  HIE   POSTO'-FLCE   DRUG &    STATIONERY    STORE,   MOYIE, B. C  Aleele every T-u'i.l.'O ou-uing in their , /�� ^  hall   on, "Victoria  e'u'et.    Sojourning ^  Odd Fellow's corcliallv invited. ^ h\  P..T.SSIYT<I,      ' F.J. PSIYTH, >V  Noble Grand. Secr'y-  '- MOVIE.  3.�� K HAP VIE," Prop.  $     UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.  <t Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear  11 Moyie ' Joiners'   Union , &S '  I  ft  ft  i -ns sweetheart in this ivorl.l ho anil fix   *-  I '  TWEo-t would hko to Fee Gen. Hu  ;*����� thai he can catch   her   m   thf j  Yon can get'the boots.here loo,'   A nice line  of   the- new  and  standard  tyonkfi  /-ir sale, and in our circulating library.  futility placed on tiie H-ii'id list.   ,  A great dial di'peuuj m  t>'   v>1>m)ii  it is a miner or a minor you ���iiill  ^ee;  text���and make it a cinch   that   no���  ! oudy iloii, lie- in ill id. i  lo.  I    The Cuivuliaii   premier's   h-ilsrv  i>��  f   J n.-loosed from *S000  to $12,000  and  i*evpr.il ni*w planus   c-'iin-   lo   tow;  .'hih   't'cek.  jTrf**-perity.  Auot.ier    ludiciti -n,  t��.  ,   he rc'munor.ilion of the   members   oi  j pirh-inieiit     fiom*  $1500 , to   $2,500  i'ue bili alsii ���'ivs'fi the  Jeadt-r   of    Iho  l'vp.fi'i.i.1      $7000. (   It   is  said, arftl !  lioiol   kesiii is   in  *   <���*   ��  inilieiimuui at Ii.i.jJ?  A   niruiil   waie  luii 'iukI   s'^.r.'; l.'f'l'ib'y wiih   a  good deal  IM   truth,  .Mi.yic.      li   die    tb.it ilio !?1500 noV paid t�� the   mern-  ' i��eri ij a gopl, ^Icul   i^iore   tharf many  ,(, _..;.,_ jo: tlieir. could ei*m in Their own   bu*i-  Ciiii'ulii    has    1.12 JUl   more   iiulrs J u^,    and^   llial $2500   is     out'   of  limn females. yThi.- ii- orjo r> '<nn wh.'*   tiro��poriiju ii)   their earning   capapiti  ���liitiij ate .-o maiij h-irl-eliji.-j in  Movie,, itrpuliamrnt.   '        '  ��%:o*x?^T-*  i No.,71   VV. F, of M.  i ,  | Meets iu McGregor hull every Saturday evening. Sojourning meniberH  are coi'dtally invited lo attend.  Tugs. E. Kelly,  v, Secretary  D. llA'BnKBOSCI-f,  President.'  i;  ���*i-t  cm  y  E. Coulter,' Uig   NrVor   fiieman,  '1ik�� Iind   a "f-ort of  an  "oIl'Hg'in^ on  sg'iu���< fl'ng'in, Finnrirftn" e-tperiehec.  -7. -. m  -S-ii'l1"  V,i  ,!*������&;  fri't  Jloelon "li   p.if-sing   thruugli    a   ho!  wave,   but  will  rt'in.iiii npiiniibtie ��� as  c * I )  'lont; ao<-lhe be.in crop continues favor,  'able.,      , y  1  Gome to think ttboul il, isn'd there  a ailvi'r,cup'down  "at   Cr.mhroDk   thai  it      *-       'i '      . J  '-tlnnld be brought back to   Movie  on-  r y I   i-   - ���     *  * .,-  L-ibor'Dav?i, *   'i  "���'  The refreshing bieezo  o-}' the    lake  * ~r ' ' *  makes Moy'ieubo mobldelightful   spol  ii. Soil th Eifat iKuoldiiay  during   thi-  ,h ' r- -���    .  eiirninfcr niomhs. ���'      r  The Jupanese1 stnctly eiilorce a law.  'r  - *     ��� '   '  /.���rbidding boys under 20 yeais of a"ge  lo uae tobacco." 'Here io a pointer for  Citiadian legislators.    ���    ���  m'l  ;}//-$$  -.fefl  UH  Dou't nrgleel your penmanship,    A  yy. an in *New Ynrk got $$ 1,000,from a-  '   banker for being 'a goodL writer."  It ia  nol yet   known   how*ninny' yeard   he,,  , - will get.  ���  1    i        ��''  The bandit who tried to  hold   up  a  .Puliiatin"car mar Sand   Point,  Jdalio,  1 ."  .     '���*   '    '    *. ��  " atiowed .-bad ^judgemciil.    lie might  ,     \~  '' i r4 r*r . , (  ' have known that,  the  porter  had   got  ! I. (  -there first.  i . ��..\l    ���i! **"���5-;:��� l -.  f�� '  The unfortunate drowniiisj accident  in    Mo3'ie  lake  list'Sunday   should  1    i *      ,   L.  ��erve a*ra warning  to those  who _ are  not good swimmeis lostny out of deep  >v.iter.  The 'Slate board of he.illh in. New  Hampshire has, been mating some  uialvfais of food htufl'd and 'has found  il)rtt,ll'e apple ia.thebusis of1 a oon-  .-iidenible number of canned fruits. . Jt  "in, '  ,was found Jo constitute a lar^e part of  specimens of "^trnwborry jam," "frml  picaeivtjd" eic, whilo certain "rasp-(  beny pieservcs," ''currant"and "pineapple''jellies consisted .wholly of apple,  ,.   ,       * "1 *   -   '   '     > ���   ' '  coloied with conl-lar dyes  and appro-  pijalely  flavored.    Evidently  pcrgonp^  in   that   jState  'jirerer   lhcirr appk-e  "otraiglil,"    rather ^ than    dyed     and,  flavored in   the , guise'iof  "ttrawbeny,  , ,  <      j- *      ' ,   ^ .       '���  j*im'"' '     '   '-"d'^d' "  1 _ ,  ', ' t ,y  CHOLElt.Vi I.NFANT'jDl'k'  INVESTIGATION  shows  that many    cood watclics are  spoiled 'by    tampering.   N.)' matter  lidw little you* suppose, is'tLe matter  with yqurs belter ' ' '*",'>  ' . ' .HAVE VS FIX. IT' -  A. whole lot of damage can be done  liy^th'ose wl*o are, not acquainlcd"wi),h  the delicate mechanism. ^Ve know  watches and cab jepiiir them ias they,  should bo. Bring1 us youratf it doesn't  go just'right.      . ' , 5.  "   -  "-.   '   ,   'dS'   d,      '  /'���w.'-f; tate & son:;.  Gradualo.'bptician; V-   CllANBROOK.  . I ��� '       H    '   "r   *      j  Under New    -  Manag-ement.  The Dijiinj*' K om   ia.now' open;.the  - B.r   it, n/'wlj*-   supplied, and i-  ., dvr-ry (flort will lie mado  ,   to givo satisfaction. _    ,   �� t  ,J. 'A. GOUPXLL,' Propr.  MOYIE AEKTE NO. 855  r>  and ��� W.- L Douglass' Shoes. ��  <fj\     ��� "' NONE   BETTER ON THE MARKET.' ff  ^    Trunks, Valises, Suit Cases, Hats, Etc,' $  I  I  fi  "~" ^ TEL.'"r  .'���:   "���  P. F.lfOEJ/siOJir  Jad  ^^^^^  '    ^jS'ThwHotelis'New ftnd.welll^rnisHed, The*  ,'   -        *   1 .    |^       Tables are Supplied with the Best the   -  n the bi>.��! u.i.,1 \w��r,cs j        MarKet affords: The'Bar' is Filled with  ft     dthe Best' Brands of Eiquors and. Cigars,  Meets on  day of each month  at S P. 'Al.  EtA.lULL, J. H/UAWKE.   -  Worthy Pros.   '   *"     "Worthy Secr'y.  {Harvey   , ��& t  McCarter,  Barristore^ Splieitore, JMotariep, 32lc-  Cranhrooli;   -' - , B. * C.  Child J*<it Kxpectod - to Ll\e nfrom ,,Oiio  lloui to AimUiiTbiit Citie<l l��y Chamber  lulu's Oullc, Cliolera aud v DiarrlKicu  lliiinedy. '        '.' s"    '   " J>     ,     ' ' '," A  llulh, tbe little, daughter- of' E. N  Dewey 'of Agnewyille, 'Va^^was  seriously ill of t cholera "iiifahtum 1��sl  s-um'mcr.*^ "Wc gave her up "and "did  not'expecl'her to'live from one liotu  to another." he says. ' "I happened , to  ,ihink nf Chiimbeiliiin's Colic, Cholera  ind Diarrhoea llimedy " and got u  iiotile of it from the'7 store. In,J.hi  bonis I sawsa change for the better.  'Wo kepkon givin^it imd ,befoie slit*  had taken Uip half of f*ne tin.Ul bottle  rilje1 was well.'" '���Thia Remedy is" for  sale by S. K',lliirvier.    , '      '  f - '  To accomodate,present heavy travel  from, Koolcnays   lo "y.mcotivei,  Vic-'^  toiia,0 Seattle,    -Portland    etc,,   the f  Canadian Paciiic Railway have  estab-|  lisbed sleeping ear ge-rvicc on Imperial J  Limited     between"   A'ancouver    and j  Arrow hea 1.    Lfuviiig  Arro.vheid   ouj  * i  iVednos.lay,      Friday,     aud   Sunday.  Leaving Vancouver Tuesdays, Thurs-'  days,     and     Saturdays.    For    bet th ,  PrBUte:i-80  -"   i .'    , WK01.-ESAJ.K ANi* RETA'It.  ���MEAT  MEBCHkNTS:  k ., tf  ' t'F-esh 'and Cured pleats, Fresh ",,'r  'Fish', Game,'ah UiPoultry.'  We  -,-..;    ��� , \.'.   , ,-   ,<'>-   ,1..-'.., ~i -���  .��   supply*p,nly   the   best.-.' ,yYour '  ' -     ' ~ y   ��, ~. ~   i       ,,i , ���!. -,  -  -  ��� '-trade solicited. ��� - "<���     -'*' J  y ���-"   -  ':,���" \ -: u?  j . ,    - >    . i    . <  .     , ,. '      MAKKJSTS   *----;'���.,  (,        ,    (      .      ,       ������ .   ve     "*  '     I  '*��� u 7* l  '   .    s .    *"' I '    ��� ���*  In.  all   thedErincip'a]  r * c   ,   '  Cities.and   Towns ^in=  -     '       -   �� " ,     -      ^'   ,     -s ' .-       '   t"  3 4 British ..Coiumhia  * -,,r* -11*.'   -- ��� ��� <    ,* ��� '  ^- moyie; -B.-c-^d  A;a.kiDiHxop  ,,ji   ^G4   Fore.'gmand   Domestic^Vines, liquors  ''   '"���:'  ad' ,* a'nd Cigais.       ���   i '���     .  1   "-���<��� . *' " ;i '  -;-  '.':':;\ cranbrook;/".!:*  \' > e:g/GW.YNNE:," -  Oig'.tfs, *    Tojineeos, * Cpnfectio'nery,  ''   d   "    ' . '"Fruile, Eic.'"'J' '"v'*v?' ���  '    ��� "-V      ,   ,   ���        Ot -,,..!     '  FARRpLL BLdCK,' '���'^Victoria Sl.  ���Barber.'.Sh^:-'^  AQSAYJUJLJp  g��  ��� v J  It now develops that  Edwin* Mark-  h im, author of ''The   M m   With   the [ rctervalions apply local agents  Jloe," started in life as a sheep herder.  Q'iiua the theory lhat all sheep-herders  are cruzy has   been   knocked  '"galley  west!"  NELSON,  ,1. 0  * By the   installing t.f the 30 drill   air  compressor plant, the St. Eugene min-  MINERAL   ACT.  (roiiM r) **  CKIKTriCAII'   01*   I\iritOVE31EKTS.  ;    \,  -    i>  - * HI.  yn  '   sl-  * , S Ji  * *7I  -f  ���it  t:  XOTICE.  Mollio Hutuu MihothI Claim, situate in the  Fort Steele Minlug Dnisiou ol East Kootenay  Dislrftt.  Where located���Ou enst side o�� Louer Movie  lake. c  '1 ake notice that I, Thos. T McVntie, F. M. O  No. 1)73710. Agent for K. J. Mciilnbou, Free  Miners* (Jertificatc N'o. BGOffll, intend sixty  <ln\ ������ from date hereof to apjify to the Mining  Iteconler for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of ob'aiuing a Crown Grant of the  aho\e claim, '  And further take   notice  that action, under  section ,17, mint be commenced before tho lf,-  ���Miiineo of mrh Certifleate of Improvements,  i     Hated this .'lih'daj- of May, A. D  1905.      r  i        '    ' *���'       TUOS. T. McVlTTlE.  *;r  Men's genuine Scotch1  Grain Blucher with j  lieavy pegged exten-1  sion sole��� one of Leek-:  ie's best lines. !  Ask your   dealer for;  ;t.  EAGLE  Tv/o Nights Only.  MONDAY" and TUESDAY,  July 31st und  Aug. lit.  The Sherman & Plat  Stock Co.  WM.  P. SHERMAN, Mgr.  Keg Beer,,Bottled  Beer and Porter  always on Hand.  JOSEPH NIEDERSTADT,       rropr.  CHRIS. NIELSEN,  (MOYIE-)  General agent in   British    ,  "Columbia for;  LIQUID  ELECTRICITY,  MAGNETIC COMBS,  ASBESIOi LAMP "WICKS.  For  further   particulars 'regarding  these goods call on or write,  PREST PHOTO GO.  CUASDROOK  AND   MoYlE.  I  O. F. DEiAULMliK  DE-VIr'n   IN  ! MONDAY NIGHT:  Shall We Eorgive Her?  i TUEoDAY NIGHT:  The  Lottery   of  Love.  M.VN*ur.vcr�� kbd isy  , LEOKIE GO,  ij.iM-r**r.)  >TA^COl;\ OR, ��� ,- B. C  PRICES���25, 35 aud ;>0 cts,  Seals on tale at Portoflice   Dru'store.  . -   Wholesale '* V/ine' '  -"    and -,, Spirit-, Mer-  - ���" chant'. ���"'*,��� ''. ,"'��� '���- ���  Agent for Calgaiy Brewing Cd.'s  /. JBeer,"'Aie and'.Porter.'*  IV Label' & tio.'s*  'f %���:  'li  k " Hay and Grain',  -^   _      j , ���* j _..'   i   -..   ,j ._ .i.  Sehlife^-'and^ 'Calgary  W. F.GURD,.  -r ''< ' <        (-"  HAUIilSTKK, SOtlCITOK, 1STC  CRA'NBJROOK. ,'���  B. C  DR.; E; B.i MILES,':  ,��\  p  ,     Ul332Ejn?*r,3^i:S5,37.*   -,  Cranhrppk," f/ d \ -B/; C.  o-'y.  G-eorg'e B.. Thompson,^*  '      y     ~ -   1  *     ,,".-        r-       ^*J*i  ' - "' , ���^".'*"t33ARkiSTKR,,SoLrcrron, No  -   ;"id'tar.vFP��LI-C>&0"-.  r    !    I."  -. -?-�����  CRANBROOK,-"  Bkitish Columbia  4 ... ,'     ,        ' *  'BUY YOUR' ' -y"j!  G^srsLir'^i ':  i :-��  EROM'dki: *'.  v.y-.^"���;-'>'���**���"',. ,.\.   *f���,  , ' ,   And Baih Rooms.  In STONE Building.',   '  First Class Work.  B ilns open   everyday.  A, L. jFRANKLIN  '. ' '     <*. I   '      ��� *' -,' '"     v*' - ���   v - -   -   ���  -* , <h 'Bread, -Eie'p; Cikes, Etc. (. > �� '  * ' '      -    I .*.,.!  ' ;v Twelve Loaves $l.r \5'-  !k" T.-HOWARD, Prop.  FOR   FINE!' TAILORING ,' GO ' TO  IP YOU HAVE A  LOTTO, SELL,  A HOUSE TOItEN(T,  MINING STOCK TO  SELL  Or if you wish to invest  i.i any oi these consult  FARRELL * SMYTH.  rsn  ALL   THE   TIME:  BY "UblM*  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  v Ann Gents'  JTuitsrsHcn. -\  -* * ������ ' ������        i  Fine 'Suitings,    Overcoating    ,  , Trousers,���rmpbrled    Goods.     ,  " (UNION   SHOP.*)  MOYIE; , t   B.C  DESADI.KIKII CKOS,    Tiops.  Lar.;e sample room in connection  witli housejor coranVerciul men. Best,  of ci'icommodationH.  Heiulquarlcrs  for   Coni-  mercidl and MiningI\Ien.  a��  *v  vi>-  ���Sl  n moyiu  HEADQUARTERS  FOR. COMMERCIAL "    \  . "t",--AND. MINING'MEKv:!*,    '��� u      I  ��� _ ?      ���     ,   ���j(       -'    ,   -        ^-T/'V   dlSitJ'1-ISH COLXJilllStV'   i  m^ws^vaK<^KSS9aesris^  THE LAST* DAY  ' Sik.' "'The people "of Moyie'asked us to  \ .^a^enaain^another^iweek^which we"  ;.y ;did. *: This?is f-positimely; our, last  -,'-/day.riii'Moyie,^ 'Mohdayr-we ;shall  ^" dd'.pack up and get out.;-  *;, .*��,..*", -  " ������  ]''"  d'-iThi's 2 is''��ypur-i last r opportunity  1"  *: for bargains-drcbine all./* ���-���% i    '.  .  1  -'I-'"Vv "s'"-t ."e'T.v, ^-;   d   -'" ^.^ '  d  l^'id-'-.c.' ddd' ~l :-:\l -' ,' - 'l,.'4' 'd, d,-..  '>. ���.- -; ���  k^fuctif/nlSalid  *-��y i'-.v1*,'"^,'- ' V  ;i'* *J' --r,  alfekTdriiifhll  'I,.',    ', '  wyftif  ���(,<*;. i''.  KlarteSrbl^kgim^PI;  S8eiadtfljgLlagaMK^>^ig5iiffiiBg��TOV'HM tig��?wcw gagiwwa��reM-jt 3 ^s"i��v^v?i��ii.is-!i-1 v.A' 'ssaaaa  , T. V.' LOWNEY,'Prop. t  MINERS'. HEADQUARTERS.    This hotel is  close to  tho  mines,  and ha* j  - d "       m        "   cvcryrConvenienco for Woiking Men.  South Victoria St.   '''      ���    '        "* ."- MOYIE.  "1,     ' Wholesale Wines, Liquors'   -  ". and! Cigars,"   ' ^ * ��� !1 '   ���  CKAKBROOS,  ' ,   : '  British Columbia.  QUEENS AVENUE,  MOYIE, 1*. C.  CS32  ����*5  0*i *  5^��  s?^?  saps  ��fi%^7  i|y  TjLa^s*  ^SHTi  f * \ M  HEtt  r  H 3^jpP-  'to  Seattle, Taconia  AXll   AI.I,  Pacific   Coast Points  St,  Paul,   Chicago    New  York  PORTLAND and  RETURN.  AND  Chamberlain's ^h^S.^  7^evtr lai!s^' -Buy it now.    It may.save life. ,  PROMPT   DELI VE R Y.  Q,ueens' Ave.      MOYIE  W. R. BEATTY  1 Einbahn'-r an-"! Uu.kiL<.ker,  Phone 89. , QUA     >.ETC(K Seat Uc'  ALL   POINTS   EAST  r.ihice  and Tourist   Sleepers,   Bullet,  Library cars, Modern Day coached  Diniilsi   curs.      Meals  a Ln Cnrtc.  Best ^leals on Wheels!  f��   Fast   Overland  / TRAINS DAILY  For Tickets,   Rites,   Folders  and  Full  i|iforinatijn, call on   or   address .-Iny   Great Northern  Agent  or write  S. G. YERKKS,     H, BRANDT,  A    U    1*. A. ('. I'. ,1 T. A.  '701 W.7Jtiv.)fru!( Av ' .  fc-r.akane, Washington,',  Choice   of Routed.    All  Via.   Suma?,  on  S S PRINCESS VICTOKIA  Vancouver   to   Hoalile,  "Via.  Victoria,  Tli rough Sleeping Car Arrow-  hc-ui to V.mooi^er, Sund.iy,  Wednesday and Friday.  Foi Rates, Fohleia oi Tickets Apply  lo Loc.il Agent.  1  Attwcoil A^"*nt. Mojie.  J. a  CAIUXIl, I.J.iOMl,  lliiit, fuss. Agt. ' . 't        y^s'tGoi). 1'iis    AkI:  Nelboii,    ���.'''���        ..   ��� Vaucouvc.  ja:^?,*'.L/w:  We handle everything, in the Hardware line.  Also Cumberland blacksmith's coal, powder,  fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at-  j&UklicU   ft   UUi Ua t  CRANBROOK.   13- CA  co^  I have persuaded Messrs. Munroe & Muui'0e  of New York to allow me a block of the stock of  the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of  Canada Ltd., which was intended 'for other  towns. I can sell this at 55 a share, while it  lasts, in East Kootenay from Crow's Nest to J  Kootenay landing-.   Apply to  i  .FARRELL    &  I  CKANBROOK.  smythJ' .:'"y:," \y' \,  ���m  ViE.

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