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The Moyie Leader May 1, 1909

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Array I <  nni ������'!���rwrwinmii jijjH mm  'r   ?''  roB-Aix- the Latest in"''  JEWELRY Sejs  W. H, WILSON.  3WELLER , ,       CRANBROOK  '-,  1'  |OL.,I2.NO, 4*       ~7~  f  '^���^mm__r  "\ > k M a ic r a P j - r; r;��, _,- y <, - * '  ConEi-cmo Eyo PC-  facts.       "WILSON,  OPTICIAN      ��� CJlAX BROCK  MOYIE,  B. C MAY L   1909.  S2A   YKAft:  |Everybodj Isy Talking  Our SJioe Display.  Y v '���  -    -J No wonder.    Noth'ing' lias ever been  shown'  ''in,(own to oqnal llicm:    Seethe      '  ,f    ,,;        WINDOW   DISPLAY  ' ���',%   , Don't' be _ afraid -'of the,f ooj1 wear. > If if is  ���    ��� * T.not t good enough ' our * .guarantee 'is , good  ^baclced\up1'by a ieii year'rep. * ",/  i* .   i    ^.       , * >"��j J i/        ' "*    *        <���       i,    * ,.  l*l* 7 ���* '    , -, .... ^   i. ' ���" ',,* t  wsB svdUa^B  il*55^SaS*5&.-J333'533*5*i5-5-$3-$-5*i>'  !        GENERAL FLOAT  i    4 J  3-5S33iS.-53����3)i5-5-5S3-5S-5"5S3-$g-5ii  Pernio is to have a city park  i Consolidated  Profits.  -  Bill Miner,, the  outlaw, is said  to be in Ottawa.  The gates of the Seattle   fair  will be open every Sunday.  ' '       ,      *   '   ' .    H  An extension is to be built,'to  tlie'C.1 P.'R. platform at Creston.,,  ,. The big 0. P. R. tunnel ac Field  will be completed about June 1st.  t    ' , i   >  / i ���.   ,  :   '   As the poet would s'ay,'"Win-  ter is  lingering  in , the *���' lap f of  spring." .  -   , ," .,  1     ,  , ��� '         , ' 0  .J. D. Fa'rrell say's the Ilammau  . ���*S���re*;S��!&>-5-53>a-5-5=e.$dS."*>?S50'$Ji  I -      LOCAL ASSAYS fj  ��s>|^^^v^-;^C^efiohe^  _%___*'';���<*.'-.>.."*>���.,- f '\ -ir -^* '"'-   *"���   -A'  e'r*"'^     ��.-,-.     i, i   n '   -      ,   ' , �����'  Bffieewips'?? .6 ���<     '     , j    '      - -���      . _ '        '      _^ ^       -. .     .   .*   j ' -  i^W '  ->,;<-..  'A_\h_- - ^ JfcRUXT,'*JETO. ''"������...'it y ,,Y ���'���  &1RRELL' BLOODY "c^W''--^^' .*;-,-?��'*. "Y*' y ���*"-��*<  Rossland "liner:���Conditions at  the properties of the Consolidated  Company are more encouraging  each month. The big ore body  on the "ninth' level of the War  -Eigle is fifty feet in width, and  runs from $20 to $50 per ton, and  is one of the-moat important find3  ever made inrihe mine.  In spite of the lire in the Centre Star last month, the property  yielded a' profit, of $30,000 over  and above all operating aud construction cost?.., j ' Trie, average  grade'of "ore extracted was $11.10  peivton.     \\ , * ,    '  ������,i      -    -   ���_���-   -    .,t -,   .,,    .  ,    i'   At the Sfc." Eugene,-the stones  railway system \will   bui d   into L��� Y .  <���,,,      .     .   ,' .,   ',<  ^r*'  cf    J   < :      ,,, "     -   all show  the imost favorable de-  Vancouver.-'   ������r.-.,-       "    , ',''    ,     *      ,      i   -    _,        -      ���.  ,. velopment,   and   the   new Fifth  . A noV. building is to be- erected  for the,~Kootenay eXiake general  hospital at Nelson.'^,,, *     - .-" -.'  vA".,  i-^ '  .MOYIE  * James Bates'' has  received his  ;'- appointment ' as "''Deputy ."Game  Warden for this' district. \, '*. '.  MAGNIFICENT,  FEUITlLAND  *  ,     *trl  mate iu the.Mfdyie River��� ValleyJL"mile'/south-'oV' Curzonp enioying  &!me, climate at Creston and tho 'Kootenay < lake/ .160-"acres1 of  ^li 7 are under"crop'.-7 The soil is'firstr class^ and -^although partly  gwed with light cot'tonwood "junde^brush,, it   iVs easily'.'cleared.  reVroom'framp housVon'tho property,,also"a.stable.'^-Only> $11.00  Y Y! -"c'ran^rdok,'B.yO:  The steamer Princess  Victoria  r f.  now opor'ates^aily-between' Van-  .couver and Seattle./'Fare $1.00. '  ^acre.; ,xerms"n.';vi  .Kim & -el-well'-  ��B      .J" 1 ��      I   .    *��� J\ ,   -, , '  Iy-* '"���.y;*''rjarge." Assortment   ofY^EADY '  ^Y< ���: '������ yfpj'^iEAR'': SUlT^'kx'/medi'utai;-  h', ".1    -T. *J'."i n".  .'-.'���'    , ,?- ���*    " ft'i' |1 i/1    ,*-_-ir  j^C3i-**E*t.-3EIua.a?.Y ^OJCTEST  P?'*J:   t   -*^^*L'T    -r-i. , a* ��*'-l I i 1  g^    -. 7M.-Vr.i*V*'   rt,*1-    f*     '���**':'  &!l.     .     J��J    *.?*-.-rtK"    (/    rt-l.^*  St-..*.1-., " it u ���^-iU.^jn/ �� j-j��.i�� PL1* '7  KANGAROO,; -pATENT^COLT-,  ^COMEiA^D -.SEE'US  regarding; PRICES  . .   '-      -V^Y/Y,''"' '-'    '   '  See Oui Lines'iiiY"   - >��� v   <*>  -Mens' and Berks' summer underwear,    ,  Balbriggan, Porous Knit, ,:   >  Elastic Rib, Light' Blue Silkette,  Boys' Wool.y Also-our heavy wool   .  working underwear, for men.  ; .       THE DAY LIGHT^STORB; "-  fe   ROBERTS:.&r MESSINQER: '  ^|yConrad Block'.   - Moyie  .MItis rumored that the 'Sullivan  mine" and ^smelter /at Marysville  will resume operations June 1st.  '  ' ' -       ' '             a''L i  -.        ,   '    '       - '     ,.  7 The jy*~r. Griffin company will  spend, $20,000 "iu extending' aud  enlarging their premises at" Nel-  -."    .* -j<y ,'  son. ^        ;  ���*   /   ^ ?     .. Yf y-  The !Grand TrunkyraeiBc will  spend'approximately ten million^  of dollai'3 upon construction this  season.   <"',*'..    *'  "   ,'|.,\.,'v"', ' L<?  -y..7"    . it y  i- -.-.-. ".-'���>    ;��� 'V  -A Chicago i'!firmi\' has been'  awarded'the contract 'to. supply  tlie entire' ',* 'British Y army'' with  eornedfbeeffoi'Ja'period1 of -three  years.*     -      ��______,,-  ; jT..'  * ,. '%.,.  >,GeorgejrVy. Hughes,is in Southern California in search of health.  He has completed the-sale- of "the  Lucky Jim in the Slocan for $150,  000."',      ...       *    ' ���'   '   \  The C. P. R.. has"'taken a long  lease on the city wharf at Nelson,  and will put it in good repair. It  will continue to be used as a public wharf, t  The number of unemployed in  Mantreal last' winter was larger  than usual, andv there are still  many in that city in destitute1  circumstances.  avenue stope;1* on the 2,000-foot  level, whichYs'the 'farthest stope  in the hill is .opening 'very large,  and it has ���beeu established" that  the ore zone," instead of 'following  the general slope of the mountain;  \i ���" i    r*.,- -*- r   tt_\> -1   *���    ���' ��     i j ^ '  extends far infco'it horizontally.  " At the Trail smelter, the lead-  silver bullion' production.during  March was the largest in the history pf-the'works', and the refinery also'madeii record in pig lead  production.'1 / Theif profits' of the  Consolidated Co. as a whole,'for  the month'"b| March, were $70,000.'  _   - Early. Closing.'; .  .    i-   ,   c -       * -t, - ,  ; Commencing next Mouday, May  3rd, the stores" of R. Campbell^ J.  -W. Fitch,-MbcEacheru ��� "<fr Mac-  dbnald; Roberts .,& Messinger, E.~  A.^nill,J-;*iMoyie ' Co-Operative  Storey audi P. ^ Burns & Co.' will  close eyery "evening at 0'ro'clock,  with thei exception of Saturdays,  paydays and-^fche, da3's preceding  holidays.YjiThi^ 'riarties ^ agree to  forfeit, the suin'of'$10 in case of  aii infraction"3*of-' the 'agreement,  the fine to be donated to the fire  hall fund.7\!A   half   holiday* each  The fishing season opens   toda}'.  ,Miss il'iiide Bjlen~is  up  from'  Cranbrook oa a visit.  Y  Mike   Bonner   is    down    from  Field.     ���  > - --,        *  , Mrs. Moran  and  chi.dren  have  gone'to Spokane to  reside.  Rev.   Hughes    was    up    from  Cranbrook the first^of tho weak.  There will be a paper chase at  Aldridge park .Sunday afternoon.  , TimFarrell i-i laid up, with a  severe attack of rheumatism."0  "Mrs. Spahr aud . Miss ] Stiuson  ^are but to Spokane on,a'viiit with  friend-'.     -      ,' " -- . _  r*  'There was a splendid d.mce iu  Morley hall last,night. -  FOR SALE:"���A Nb. 8 cook'  stov.ejalmost-new.' Apply,, to F_.  II. "W.Thomasj the barber.'   ,    '  1 ' *   "* fi '   u      t   Tj  , Ed. Berglaud, 'manager ,of the  Co-Operatiye ?tore, returned Sunday from Spokane/  7" , *    t*t ~. ���  Mrs. Sailstrom, next door to  tbe Leader office, is agont for "the  B. C.   Steam -Laundry   at  C.an-  broolr. ' '    , < '      '    <' '" * c,  . j., , ( ,.' ���  ^ The new minister for the Pres  bytenan church will' not be' in  Moyie' until June 1st., ( *  '  Eddie Desaulnier arrived here  Mondoy from Montreal.' He will  probably remain in jMoyife.'  Tho'football m'atch at Aldridge  park last Sund Ay afcernobi resulted, 4. to" 5 in favor of the miue  team,      "-'    i      *,   1    ".  -- "  Ladie3* spring an l summer 'crr-als  at Hill's. '  fJ^^:-^n_:.<s:.  \?;  i��>  *  ty  sb  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ' Because  wc  know  Y <   -   ���  from every viewpoint it  is the hat of all'hats. In  style, quality and durability,   it  gives the  ''      Y      Y '  maximum of satisfaction.  We hare the  Stetson So/t  sad  Derbr  Httn Iq sll the Ijicsi styles.   ���  . 7  ' t" j.      .  ieni  &  k&Gw  ���>^-^^^'^^^^^^^1^^^/i^i^i^*^-*"^-^*'^-^**--'-i  -V?  *rii�� .00. ^ *.���  S'L  ... Nicely, furnished room, electric  lighted, suitable'for two,, persons.  O srerjPosto ffice.   '* y " ' " ' /'  '\The C:P.'R.,has a steam shovel  and outfit~at work grading for/a'  switch.between the "town and the  coucentratoi*.: -   _ ' ���" '    -    -t"-v- *;'  The'Canadian 'Anuisemen b corn  pauy held the boards .at, Morley  hall three nights this week, nnci  will put, ou another show ' there  tonight. ' Their 'program is of ' a  -high order and is well worth the  low. puce, of'Admission'.. Theii  'shows have been well attended. .  , FOR' S.VLE-Tlifee, .hundred  and twenty acres of land one and a  half miles from1 town,1 threo head  of-vh'eavy ..draft' horses, 2d hogs,  set of {heavy sled?, ^almost, new,  two team wagons, set ofr logging  trucks and'horse power, wood saw-'  ing.'machine, chains^ and .! cant  hooks. Apply"* to J.'.' 12. Crowe,  Moyie..    , ������',     '*'-{',,''  Good for Creston'.  According to .the-last  issue of  ' > - . i   ..  Che ' Creston   Review    the    G'-nafc  River!Power'and Light   Corap'xny  has- receivcel   its    charter.     The  company has baen capitalized' for  $1,000,000,    divided \ iu to ".10,000  shares pf $100 e.ieh,  aud its ''pri-  mar'y object is t'i  install  an elac-,  trie light' sy&tom as soon a3, -pbssi* '-*  Y-^' ''"|f^%il  bio .  The   headquarters"   of    th.-."      5,-.'. i^^J  . v  J; 'cK\ Good-Turnout.v  rEGGS���Eggs for hatching  from  w>ek was first'talked of, but after |l-��s\-of' thouougrhbred - Barred l.^0^,60.0^1 *fU�����  ��-a'-ehed  consideratibnit'was thought  the | Rocka ���* White Rocks,' 61,50 for ll*^^''^^0***.11*1} IaSt  early  closing would   give  better  satisfaction.  company aro  registered  at  Ores  ton, ,and  tho  officersr;are" R.'.i'. ,, x"}t'\, frM  I/cnnio, president; ,W! F.' Tee'tsal, ,   ,'-< 'H''J$Sl  managing   director./  Tho,; power V r'S'' \*Y&\  i will  bo   taken   from  Goal   iiivor"' '" ^' ^'^'  canyon.    Train way, lines. m>yvaloo'  be'-bttJlt.'  '   'zc '"  ffY--^      "���'���- ������>  Sawmill to'Start.  "    V     ',t,',   MOYIE'S 'LEADING    IIOTEK   "'      " '     ,-" '    %  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations *  \ c *.  for the Trayeling Public.  Largo and Commodious Sample Roopis. Billiard Rooms,  i  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.      .*���  , It is the intention of Duucan  Ross and his associates to ^start  an evening daily in Vancouver  some    time   this  summer,  to  be  _ i  called The Gazette.  p^r-j^r-zy. 7$r ^-j^-j^-j^c /yv tp KS-tzs z^-i^-i^-i^r cjr ^  : *vc~zz���T%i-rp. f  We Have Received this Week a Fine Lot of  Men's Suits to Retail at $10 to $20  Also   'big stock of Children's shoes in the  AMHERST   MAKE.  THE    FURNISHER.  '   Imperial Bank of Canada. I  '  Capital  Authorized $10,000,000., ��  Capital Paid Up  5,000,000 |  Rest  5.000.000 ��  BRANCHES  IN  BRiriSH  COIXMWA. ��3  ArrowlicftdTGoldeu. Kamloops, Michel, Solson, RevcMoke. Victoria and Vaacou-.cc g  Savings Bank Department. |  Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from  date  of ��  deposit. ��  CRANBROOK BRANCH. ��  J. F, M, PI1MKHAM,  Manager, |  The O. O. Deinaurez patent pro-  pellor will be a feature at the  A.-T.-P ^exposition A at Seattle.  Demaurez once conducted a  watch repairing establishment in  Moyie.  The'Consolidated Mining and  Smelting company of Trail are  now manufacturing a product in  theshapeofan electrolytic bearing metal, which is giving better  satisfaction   than    the     highest  i  class of tin babbit metals.  If all goes as expected the  Porto Rico Lumber Co. will .start  sawing logs-the first of next week  and the soason's run will be bigger than ever before. The company has eight million feet of  logs to be worked up into lumber.,  J. A. Johnston, the manager, arrived here from Winnipeg Sunday.  Routh Gets Plum,  The report is in circulation that  P. G. ���Routh, for several years  constable at Moyie, has beon appointed constable at Nelson.  Tho appointment is a'good one.  Mr. Routhtis at present in the  hospital at Craubrook, but will  be able to take his position in a  few weeks.  Owing to the advances in the  price of flour Vancouver master  bakers have announced a raise in  the price of the 5 cent loaf to  sixteen for the dollar retail and  twenty wholesale. Further advances are announced as likely.  The Ice Is Ont.  This year was a record breaker  for the ice remaining in [the lake.  It did not go out of the lower  lake until the 27th, which is at  least five days later than any previous year for 10 years. Roth  lakes are now clear of ice, and the  boating season is at hand.  Kingsgate Road.  A man who arrived at Kaslo  from the North last week saj-s  that Priuce Rupert has a cruel  climate, and that it is about the  most watery place on earth.  Last summer there were only 12  fine days during the season.  NOTICE  This is to notify the public that  Graham Campbell of Vancouver  is no longer authorized to sell  stock of the Aurora Mining and  Milling Company, Limited, he  having severed his connection  with said company on April 12,  1!)00.  W J. PELTHAM, M-ioaerer  The wagon road down the valley of the Moyie river between  Curzon and Kingsgate will be  finished about June 1st. The  government is doing a splendid  job There is a good substantial  bridge across the river near Curzon. t   Baseball.  The secretary of* the Moyie  baseball team has been corresponding with the secretary of the  Cranbrook and Creston teams  with a view to arrangiug for a  series of games. Kay Creesler,  a crack pitcher from Spokane,  will play with tho Moyie boys  this season,  15 eggs. j;  IT. Uawke  Constable T*Tein3ton was   around  during  the  week   notifying    the  people to clean up-their premises.  Now it is   up to  the "people    to  comply with his request.  Boys'suits  and   jumpers  from  75 cents and iip ab Hill's.  FOR SALE���Four  room  house  and lot,  two    milch    cows,    ono  yearling heifer,   one  spriug  calf  35 chickens.    Appply    to   J.    L.  Gibbons, Moyie.  Services at the Mothodist  church on Sunday at 11 a. in. and  ,7:30 p. m. The evening subject  will bo "The Kingdom as God as  a Purpose for Man." All strangers welcome.  Presbyterian Church. Services  on Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.  m. Evening subject "Blessings  of Jubilee." Mr. Thos. Sowci-  butts will sing. Sunday school  at 2:30.   Everybody invited.  Patrick Morris is leaving today  for his ranch near Euhelm, Alta.  Mrs. "Whithead and daughter,  Isabella, arrived Tuesday from  Alberta.  Dr. Collin is at Cranbrook for a  day or two, and Dr. Asseltino is  attending to his practice.  O. J. Johnson is down in Arizona prospecting and writes to the  Leader that he has made some  good locations.  II. G. Garrett, a barrister who  recently located in Cranbrook,  is arranging to come to Moyie  one day each week.  G. A. M. Young, of the roil 03 -  tate firm of Okel, Young it Co., of  Crestou, was in Moyie Tuosday.  Mr. Young was once a resident  of Moyie, but is now heavily interested in fruit lands at Creston.  Business is rushing ab the  Happy Thought Cafe, just south  of the Morley buildiug. Ab a  recent meeting of tho directors of  the company the following officers  were elected: John Wurschmib,  president; Walter Wels, vice-  president and managor. Chas.  Diamond was made an honorary  member and was iiQ*ii.imously  elected a delegate at largo.  attend    the  i*>rA>  May Have High'\Wa,tbr  Sunday   evening , to        service, m commemoration of the      C���"b�����k Prospector.���The oM  00th  anniversary   of   tl.o   order,   ^er^river men, and.Iridiuns,  of  Clear, earnest,   fjroeful,  practical    ,uthoftst  kootajr1ftr()    BKreetl  I chat the rivers will be filled with  unod waters before June, and it is'  pract  laud logical was the addres3 de-|  Iivored by Rev. W, D. Raid the  evangelist who was bore from  Montreal. ne preached on  "Friendship " The choir rendered  excellent service, and Mrs. Deagon  aud Mr. Paton sang a duot, "My  bius Are Forgiven; Are Yours?"'  The hall was filled to its full seating capacity. ,    .  The New Hat.  freely predicted that tho high  water mark of 189 L may bo  reached, if nob passed. The continued cold nights, and tho' largo  amount of snow in the mountain*-,  suggests that tho water will rapidly risp a3 soon as the weather  gets warm.  Swiss Beil Rm#er3.  *"4.') #-Ssj!  ,,;'Y-'iis  , *y=i"i  "si  y)  A    r  "fi-  The secret is out. The origin  of tbe now h.ab is no longer a  mystery. A pretty New Jersey  girl was hard pressed for a hat,  aud racked her brain to devise a  way to got ono without expending any money. She ripped up  an old hat for "Jlxin's" aud theu  dug up an old peach basket.  After scrubbing it and paring  down the rough odge?, bhe lined  it carefully, and. then proceeded  to cover it. A discarded silk-  dress came iu handy; and tbou  with tho aid of ribbons artificial  fruits aud flowers anil a needle  and thread she fashioned the  hat that has since caused the  feminine woild to sib up aud take  notico.  Firewardens   Busy.  The Swiss Bell Ringers are ro-  coiviug very filtering press notices wherever1 tlioy g-D. Tho .  show is said to bo far,above tho  average, being bright and varied  aud exceedingly attractive Tho  Toronto Globe says that every  member is a star. They civne t >  Moyiouuder tho auspieo3 of tho'  baseball and football toatn-r.  Morley Hall, May 5fcb.  Here on Visit.  R. Campbell. A. P. Maedounld  and Chas. A. MacKaj. the firewardens for Moyie, were around  town yesterday inspecting stovepipes and chimneys, and making  recommendations where they  saw necessary Tuey found several places that require attention,  and for the  safety of the  town  Dr. R- C. Hill and wire, of  Washington, D. 0. weie in Moy'ui  this week tho guc-sts of Mr. nnd  Mr?. A. P. Macdonald. Mrs. J Till  is the daughter of Mrs. Manning  and s'ster of Mrs. M-iedonald.  They left Tim i sday for the coast,  and may go as far north as "Yinco  R'iport, whero tli05r may decido  to locate.  Norrru  IT. WPROOK I.lVn IUSTRICT, Dr-iTrrrr  or HAST KOOTEE VV "J  TIKE noti-o tlml Ciuntnlnn Mmi'iie; cmii-  panv Limitccl ivith li"n.l office lit Afovn', U, ( .  occunation Miulus Cfiinpauv, inlrii.1i. <o !ii>t>lv-  for pcnni*siou to jmriilia^e t'ie follow ini* vi $  cribud laiul*.  these defects Should  bo   remedied!    Coramencinirri'arf"'  l-Iautcl on   lh-   V.n r  at once.  Catholic   Church.  Rev. Father "Beck will be in  town Satmday, oveuing. Suu-  day, May 2nd, Services as usual,  mas? at 10 a. m., Sunday school at  1.30 p. m., evening borv'f-o 7.3J.  Mondriy, Miy 3rd, Lnptiul mars.  bou'Hlaiy o' r ot 7i,i.r>, r,roti>��* l Koavji'iv In  tr.ct. 11,0 C1I Teet *o*i'h 10 dcgiccs ."'.1 nu.iin -t  west fr.un tho North lvist corner of *ai'l !.>���  70''J tlienco south 19 dcurci's 5> minute* vi.-*,  hIou;:: TiiM boumlprv- of *'ii I lot 7i'.'j2, il \t f. 11.  ll.eiicc Di*t 5S2 fi*ur tntvt* liuth wiitcr lrnrk of  lev. .*r M-'e la'.i llienoo Ji'IIoh mir lh.> in i  water ma-1* ofluivur Movii' ! iV" In n -n irt h i'  ih-oetio'i ft ill-diincoof -tin ' fid m..r. nr 1 .  to point of 1'jir.iin'iictiiie.iit, cou; nn i i; 1 . '.  iioies more m le-i.  rVMIUUVN lUXTS'GOOVI'AN'Y l.'TH- '���  (mvn i r k*o> vi i mi irj i", 1  C'.a*  A   MurKuv, \_- '.  rue :c-ii vv*. i-*3.  ,->:  <up  u  '  'j.'/."iti".S'" THE   LEADER,  ���#l|>? i  mm.i  OS. *sMi.*'i(     4-  ie spoilers,  By   REX  E. BEACH.  Copyright.  IS05,  by  Rex  E.   Boacti.  (Continued.-)  D  KSj|ff?'?S-..    f  llWil I'  to��  ���"?  IIPI  CHAPTER XXI.  AY was breaking as Glenister,' ready to march at daylight,  carne down the mountain. With srirrod tlie judge to start the wheels of  the first light he halted to his court and Invoke this military aid  scan the trail, and, having no, in regular fashion,  means of knowing that the fresh tracks ; ^'Make it all-a matter of record," he  he found were not those of the two, said. "We want to keep our skirts  riders he followed, he urged his lather-1 clear from now on,"  ed horse ahead till he became suddenly | -Uut the townspeople are against  conscious that he was'very'tired and, _^" quavered Stillman. "They'll tear  bad not slept for two days and nights, j ll3 to pieces." - '  The recollection did not reassure tbet ��LCt 'em try. Once 1 get my hand  ,young man, for his body was a weapon j on- Uie ,.ingie'a'der, the rest may riot  Avhich  must  not, fail  in  the slightest   an(* be-^nmned "' '   ���  measure now that there was work to \' Althoug\1 hii "Jad, ma(lo less dIsplav  do. Even the unwelcome speculation ; tha_ h~a ^ d the recelv<jr was  upon his physical handicap offered re-, _Q ,ess %vorrie(* about Helen, of whom  | i.nrias and of Glenister's success,   lie , tit-ran fairly iu the mouth so tn.it the ;  stormed  and ,*ur*ed  his men as cow- ' man's head snapped back and his fists  arris.   The judge became greatlv expr- ! ��eu-    ��Ud.    lbL'n*    hefore   the   arm-*    items -Gleaned   of   General    Interest  cised    over    this    new    development, ! could grasp him, the miner had brok- From  Var;ous Po;nts in  whivh, coupled with his uight of long ! ea ground and whipped another bI6w Can ad =>'West     -'  I'anM'eiy, reduced him to a pitiful hys-j hcross.   but  MeNamara   was  a   toer,  i teria ; himself,   so   coiered   and   blocked   Jt-,f   , Rossland is planning for a now   ie*  I     "Tliev'Il   blow'  us   un   ne.it     Great 1 The politician spat through his mash- ' creation park.  , heavens*   Dynamite!   Oh, that is bar-   .ed   --I*   *-*   ���shed   aSaiu-   sweeping,'   Dr. Blow is erecting a $30,000 ware-  ' barous.   For* heaven's sake, get the sol- { his   opponent   from   his   feet.     Again j house in Calgary.  1 die-s out  Alec" ' i Glenister's   tist   shot   forward   like   al    Lethbridire     ha;     opened  the  new i  '���Ay, we can" use them now."   There- ! Iumn ��J granite  *.t the'other came on   $90>m sd~ol the)e    .  ' upon MeNamara roused the command- . bea,d *����� an<1 "'f b,5ov'' ftnu?hof io�� ]   A $20,G00 opera house is being erec-  ing officer at the post and  requested j hlSK   anding on the big man s brow    (ed .&t Raymond> Aha.  him to aceouter a troop and have them    '"���   sudden   darting   agony   paralyzed    , Missiou   Citv Yams   the  provincial  liad broken the metacarpal bones and  I that henceforth   it  would   bo  useless.  j Before   he   could   recover / McXamara  ] had  passed  under  his   extended  arm  } and  seized  him  bj* the middle,   then,  j thrusting  his left leg back  of Roy's,..  he whirled him from-his balance, flinging him clear and with resistless force.  It seemed  that a fatal fall  must follow,   but  the r.v'outh   squirmed  catlike  In  the air.  landing with  set muscles  which  rebounded   like  rubber.    Even  so. the foceiier "was upon him before  he could rise, reaching for the young  lief, however,  from  the agony  which, i  no'news carne.    II/.s jealousy; fanned  ted upon him whenever be thought of. to red ^iMt bv tl,e dlscovery 0f her  Helen in-the gam bier's bands. Mean-, __ .d(?fecti , mls enbaneed four-  while the horse groaning at his mas- ls j.^ fldmi.  ters violence, plunged onward toward i  i ture.    Something told  him   there was^  sr*    ) treacbcry��afoot. and when she did not'  I Ye turn at dawn he begau to fear that  his inirtd a storm of formless, wbirlin* .^ m        Tena]JlVi h0 besan tq recli  thoughts,-beneath which was an unde-. ���;.,,.. ���_> _,���..;_������      ��'-k'* .',��,  mSmrs -  the roofs of Xome, uow growing  iu, the first dawn,    ,    .  It seemed years since Roy had seen- ^ ���.;ad~"ca~st"in "her"lot" with "the riot  the sunlight, for this night, burdoned erg_ Th,g aroused ��� ^e^ect delirium  with susnens'e, had been endlessly long, r Qf do-ubt and ^ t,u bc reas'01le<l  Uis body was faint beneath the-strain, - furlhcr lhat stru bavin��� gone ,wltn  and yet he rode on and on, ti���� dog- ��� ^ must fllsp be a., trultor-' He recog-  ged, stony, his. eyes set toward the sea,    nizedvtne meuace iu this fact, knowing  lion   , '* "���**i"*" ""->������.���.,**"��" ��        ; cnrefiillv its significance.    What could  viatfng. implacable determination.       ��� ; su._^ do?   wfjht ])roof bad he?   Mc.  He knew now that he had sacrificed , N.,inara started  and, poizing his hat.  ��� all hope of the Midas, and likewise the , blJrriedi slrajght -to tbe lawver'S office  hope of/ Helen was gone; In fact,  he |>and |et hiinse]f ln' witb the'koy he car-  ��� began to real.ze dimly   hat frotn the . ried_    ]t _,^ ,   ht _        b rQ_ bim_{0  beginning he had never-bad the pos-si-   deciber   the   eharac'te'ra  '0'n   the, safe  .bility of winning her, that she bad ]ock ag he'turned the cornbinatiou.'so  never been destined for bim and that   be  get fo  y_mlj. 8cann-|n     lbo endloSS  * h.s* love for her-had been sent as a j 6ui)dles' ,viih- b' ��� lbat after; a���  light by, which -he was .to find himself.   thp ffian bad taken ,i|m d_ jj]crin).  He had faded everywhere; her had< be-, -,uatI evideuce. 0nce the searcher  come an  outlaw; he had fought and ed lflt- sbme,    ^.^   s >b,,t.  gone down   certain only of his  recti-  ��� rude and, the mastery of h.s-unruly     , and   - >efQre b      .       .^,  Roy   recognized   the   fatal   "strangle"  hold and,,seizing his'enemy's wrists,  Prince Albert streets will be paveu  this year with macadam.  JNelson fruit fair dates for this year  are September 22 and 24.  cHorse thieves are active in the Wood  Mountain and Elm Springs districts.  , Greenwood hotels have been instructed that bars must be kept tight  clo&ed'on Sundays.  F.   Miller,   a cook at  Victoria,  has  been   advised   that   lie  is  heir  to  an  estate of .530,000.  | Chilliw'ack board of trade will com  Announcement  I beg to announce-to  the Officers of Western  Municipalities and School  Districts that in future  all negotiations for the  purchase of debentures  shall (.be carried on in  niy own name, and not  in the name of my for-  mer representatives  in Regina, with whom -1  have severed connection.  i d  William C. Brent  c.n.d. Lif. TORONTO,  man's  throat- with   his  heavy   bauds, i mence a campaign of advertising the  resources of the valley.  For'deserting a farmer by whom he  endeavored' to   rear  them   apart,   but. was  employed,' a half-breed at Bran-  his left baud  was useless, so with 'a1, don was given one month.  mighty wrench he freed himself, arid, j ' T'he   1)0(m]   df   trml(1   in  ReveM0k(;'  Up Ag-iinst   It  ie suffragette loader was addressing a W'etinsr of the' Cooklady's and  Chambermaids' union.  "You women should all bave a voice  in the affairs of tlie nation," she exclaimed. "You sliould assert yourselves. You .should be entitled to a  vote."   ' ,,  Hereupon a speker after information  arosv*. Tlie interruption, was accompanied by a strong Hibernian accent,  "Sure, thot wud .mean'thai .we'd be  after bavin' to live in wan place ,ior  six months, wodn'titr" demanded thc  speaker. ��� *  ,  H was not unlil then 'hat the suffragette leader fully realized what she  was up against- . ���  Convalescing   '*   /  The following was tdld of the patient  df    a   well-known.  .Mew   York    physician:���     .,".'" ' '  The patient, an elder!;/ gentleman,  became quite ill whili? tho doctor,-was  absent upon a vacalion, the indisspb^ir"  tion being tbe result of .too, frequent  potation**. A female i nut'.se was 'at-  once engaged to care for him in, his  'hotel'  Nerves  get out of Tu���!  -   nervous  prostrailon  para ys.s   brings   you  nelpiessness.  or  to  a  Partia|  b*<* oi  You can remember the caSr. a.  here and revitalize th* It s"ib*i  vous system by us!���g ^ ner.  Nerve Food. .      ��    r* ChaSe's  It is so easy to n��E]P, - ._,  of the nerves  until h0:i ,.&"'m  happens. ' v '���nS scfi0n  ^ye say happens hor-aiKf m,  .sons do not think thfV ,,", "^,7 Per.  until  they  are laid  i���,i  |�� a!ly sl*  prpstvntion or some fon;.   lJ nt\M\H  Tliey overlook l!ie hJ l,^'!*  nervous indigestion, ti,;. '-,\ ,th"-  aud nervousnosi. t)���* ]^'flrcr.li-al%  energy and ambition Th '\-��P and  for nwljai ,or months U ^^  more or less of a (jra!,   '      uu> *";en  Then, when   tlm   nervLm.     .,  comes it takes jmt\m* _ ,     CoNe  treatment -to   (ret   v m    ' lKr^'-nt,  q*aJn.. Thenerv/( &\u���*m' hi  ��lt..   .U..MS    .._      -       , .     '   '' "���t bf tr.,,1,.  fl ijior  (la>' tlunf  Get in the sunshine    i,l. ���/,        '   ,  ,'Jr08h  air; rest  and   uJlr%$p\  10UH  aii>: hum up, and iii^r;;'!'^-  flvui��i fo thews,,.,,, I,; ��;:Mnc��r  Ww* I)r  mighty wrencn ne ireea mmseii. ana.-     The   board   6{  trailfl   ������   ECVel*toke   Population   lncreasinS at the  Rate of!*"-    ll,p.'��".  locked In each  othei-a arms, the men   hopes, to, expend $5,000 in-advertising �� Ppp' c' t , wh!|'  'Yie|d of        ! Uus I.nornI,"    .  strained and swayed about the office   th�� resources of,that oitv.'    ,     '        ��\ - -IT  \,   "  Wh,le_Y e'��       ft      '   ,,    ,  till   their   neck   veins ' were'.bursting, ,    ,,     ' , '.'     , ,       -, ^,      "   '        Wheat Increases But 25    , , :. Ej  their muscles paralyzed.',  Men niay*'fight duels calmly, may  shoot or parry or thrust with cold'deliberation, but when there comes .the  jar of body to body,.the sweaty 'contact of skin to skin- th'e' play of. iron  muscles," the, painful gasp^ of 'eihaus- ^^Vlast ver.r  tion���-then   the   mind . goes   skittering {    i,, ���/  back Into its dark recesses while every venomous passion leaps forth from  A lady' residing in  the same hotel t  .    , jone morning inquired  concerning n's;'l��'*"    T, _ .    .,.   Kn_..,:   , condition of; the clm.nbermaid. {Sw   v��      ,J  f'r   ^ ^l M��  WHEAT PRICES WILL KEEP HIGH!,   "Shure, 'mn'ora."   replied    Mnggie.i"1'\ou  ,1,ust  rV�� l��tienl   and Z  ���J "an* I think he be Betting along. v<��it,<    w.   Vv.��    n   i e     '  '-'��� w.-U.   TJie.ni.rsc wnsflittin''<fti hia-lap   w'3t����~"\l -  v-if""'  .AUnw'. Oni,  '    i>'*i,   . .   ''-t,f"  "l U;  ���Vancouver is the only city on the}  continent with a fire hall exclusively  equipped with auto'Tire fighting, machines.   ' ,  .There'is great deaith of ,workers for  mission's of'tlie Western . gretaby ierian  Wheat Increases But 25  .*' New York.���A 'special to tlie Tribune  from,. Washington ' says:-*-Jaines '-J.  Hill, diaousbing, the wheat, situatioii  with a projiinent repre-septatjvu, fh-  clares that the prire of wh��*at will  never be substantially lowered; 'and in  Exas  From the darl  ,   some  fjjno' with  "r^^Y^^^y  7 T-7*       .   '������- - ' and t'wd orihte boat . wio�� ��  T.'A  ispcratmg   ,-.;   C-J     g,?t folj^d to help her  ?^^  !c kilchen fh��*re emanybecame' Worfe,  and  Worw  ��,.i i   '''-^  church; forty-seven vacnnlTfelus being  the near future the,United States will  be  forced' to hnport large 'quantities  of grain to supply its own needs  The corner stone of, the Moose Jaw  Y. 1LO. A. will be laid oh the afternoon  of'Thursday,  May 6,  by Lieu-  ts hiding place,and joins in the horrid \>.���_     .  -'      ���      ���;*       c  j       ' =��� J .   , ���     ,  Je- .     /,    tenant Governor 1'orget,  war. ��� >-_-<��� ,* ?  They tripped across ��� the^ flpor. crashing into the partition.^ which spilt,  showering them .with glass. 'They-fell  raff  spirit.! Xow the hour had come when;  17 hejwould perform his last mission, de-  '" riving    therefrom'    that- satisfaction  - which 'the' gods 'could not deny. ' He  would have bis vengeance.!   ���,   -  '    The scheme took! form without con-  '���' scious effort on his part and embraced  two things���the death of the'gambler  and a   meeting  with MeNamara.    Of  , tbe former, he'had no more doubt than  that',the sun rising there, would sink  in  the'-west.1 So, well confirmed was  ,  this belief that the 'details 'did not en-  side-the safe door-and" close" beneath  his hand, continuing/to run "-through  "the documents while his.uneasiness increased. He' bad1 been engaged so for  soine,time when he heard the faintest  creak at his.back, too slight'to alarm  anel just sufficient to break his tension  and cause'him to jerk his'head about.  Framed in the open door-stood Roy  Glenister watching him.  1 MeJXarnara's astonishment was so  genuine that he leaped- to his feet,  faced',about, and'prompted by ,a'seore-  .gage his thought; but on the result of i     ..    . .  the other encounter he speculated with J'��� '*��*"* s"unf to the safe door as  some'interest. Froin. the first McNa- tb?��f to finjanl its contents, 'lie had  mara had been a riddle to. him, and if^YT^ jhlA���?.Ulle_-be^��^^  mystery ���breeds  curiosity.    His blind.  mand'for wlitfat would far exceed the  supply and tho -price of iti products  would  constantly   rise. * He  gave' a.-s  instinc-tlve hatred.of the^man had as  . _ ��� _!_{*!_���* I," ,  "iw-^mpJ\ r7  ing  tliat his  weapon -was  insiu'e-^-anir  ! j that uow,  although, the-door was not"  sumed the proportionsTf^rTmaniaTbut   !ocked' lt ^'^Id require that one dan-  ,as,tov what the outcome woui"d be when   Serous, yea. fatal second to,open it   -  'iheyiet face to face, fate alone could ���.Thn��.^v.��  ���en stared at each other  -"tell" Anyway, MeNamara sliould never..   f��l a tlme> s;leutrl    S ,m?ll^au<t,' tb?'r  haTo.rtelen-Jloy believed bis mission -glances meeting like blades; in the old-  covered that'point 'as well as her de-.l er man* fa*c(: a1����lk ^ defiance, in the  -������'--     -      ���-      ( younger's a dogged and gnm purposed  erfriiity. iMc-Xamara's first perturbation left'him -calm, alert, dangerous,  whereas the continued , coutenipla tion  of liis enemy -vv-or-Jced In Glenister -to  destroy his composure,'and bits purpose  blazed forth unhidden. , .  , I��e stood there unkempt and soiled,  " liverance from the Bronco Kid.   WhcD  he   had   finished,, he   wouldr pay   the  price.    If lie  had, the luck to escape, I  be ivoiild go'back io bis bills aud brsi  .solitude; iC be did not bis future would '  be in the hanris of his enemies.      .    -   j  He entered the silent streets  unob-1  served, for the mists were heavv and  ���TheySpj}})cd across l_he -fld&r, crashing  low.    Smoke columns arose vertically! theY,]eai-  sweep   of  jaw  and   throat  !&" iK.  ln the still air*.    The rain had ceased,  having beaten down the waves which  rumbled against the beach, filling the  streets with their subdued thunder.   A \  ship anchored  in  the offing,  had  run!  in from,the lee'of Sledge island with I  the   first 'lull, , while   midway   to ,the  shore a tender was rising and falling, j  Its    oars'    flashing   like    the    silvered  feelers of a sea insect crawling upon  the surface of tbe oeenn.  He rode down Front street heedless  of danger, heedless of the comment his  "appearance might create, and, unseen,  entered  his. enemy's  stronghold.    He  overgrown   with   a   three  days' black  stubble, his hair wet and matted, his  whole left side foul with clay where  be had fallen in the darkness.   A muddy red streak spread downward from a  j cut above his temple, beneath his eyes  I were sagging folds, while the flicker at  | his  mouth corners betrayed th'e high  1 nervous pitch to which he was keyed.  i-    "I   have come .for the last act, Me-  Nauiara.    Now we'll have it out man  to man."  The^politician shrugged bis shoulders.  "You have the drop on me. I am unarmed."    At which   the  miner's  face  passed  a gambling  hall,   through  the } ll=hted fiercely, and he chuckled,  windows of which came a sickly yel-!     "An*   that's   almost too- good  to  be  low   gleam.     A   man   came   out   un-,' tri,e"    T   ua"'e dreamed  about  such   a  tiring, and I have been hungry to feel  steadily and stared at the  horseman,  then passed'on.    '  into the partition.  and" rolled   in, if-,- then,,7by *'cohsent,  wrenched  themselves apart,-'rose,  eye  to eye, .their jaws hanging, their.lungs  .wheezing, "their 'faces   trickling  blood  andi sweat/ Roy's left hand pained him  excruciatingly, while^SfcXamara's macerated, lips  had  turned toward. In   a  hideous pout."  They, crouclidcTso for aii  iUbtarit,!  cruel", bestial���then   clinched  .again.  The otfico fittings were wrecked  utterly, and  the rooin-became a ,litter  of   ruins:    The   men's   garments   fell  "away till their-breasts were bare and  their'arms swelled white and  knotted  through tlie rags.   They knew no pain,  their   bodies   were   insensate   mechanisms. '  Gradually the older man's ,faco was  beaten into a shapeless ma^ss .by the  other's cunning blows, while Glenister's .eve'ry bone was wrenched and  twisted under his enemy's terrible onslaughts. The.minor's chief effort! it is  true, was to keep bis feet and to break  thc man's embraces. Never bad he en-  counteied one whom ht could not beat  by sheer strength till he met this great,  snarling creature who worried him  hither and .yon as t though he were a  child. Time and again Roy beat upon  the,man's face w-ith the blows of a  sledge. No rules'governed this, solitary  combat; the .men were deaf to all but  the roaring in their ears, blinded to all  He pointed out4 that the population  increase's at thf: rate of-65 po.r cent  while  the yttd  of   wheat jfinl other  ��������� - . ��� -..       . ,,   . t,    ��� . ., , j staple products increases only' 25 per  , "Iho taxidenmst at-Banff is engaged j cent   , - ������  in mounting the'head ,of Sir Donald.!' Fronj 'these'figures he'made the*dq-'  which is-all that could be saved of th,Y,ductio'n that s r. or j��tor *the d���.  carcass_. after   the   herd   had  finished. '   "  with' him. ,, '   ,"'"'     ',, ,    '"       tJ. ,.    '  i       ft     ,      ,.. .',.,,<  According to 'the annual' statement  of. Howard Douglas, superintendent Sf I 'an example the" large impgrtYf, bar  *i.��� t>    i...' *.��       /._.- i.   iu. -i      -���-.._   lpy every year from lhe Argentine He  public, although a few years ago'the*  United States raised all the barley 'it  consumed  - This same condition would, he said,  apply to' wh*jat 'in the not', far distant  future. -  , He said that'Patton andjiis asjjocj  ate*, had merely taken advantage of a  normal.situation which was made apparent tb them by, their business foresight: He declared", that Patton knew  there .was a decrease in the* production' of wheat and -p corresponding increase in  the demand  for it and ;'i*n  way.,     - ''..���'        <*���  "Go to hed and lot me alone, ''hlmrt  ed    Jones;1  "1,'ve,, just,. Karked   ni  shins.,  *,         , and as woll as ever ��),.-*, was &:,. 9lii - |  ���6"^a!" insisted.Tommy) after a. mo-'-sleeps wfcll and'ffels fullv rV    '       '  ment's silence.    - -.  '-_i*..-��^.->-.,.. . ..*  *e Food.  'From- the first box of \)-,]<  P",para-"'-t!i  U  tion my vile .used wtrnohfo.,! f���" r-  ''J' cured:  M*. well,.  '-���"ori.il, [t _  the Rocky Mountain park, the,tourists  visiting-Banff left 'there *. last /year  nearly-52,5C0,u00.(  ,       v'  ',       "'"  Building pcrvuiits<Jnt 'Fort'" William  this year are expected4'tb show-a total  of $5,000,000; the G. T." P. elevator is  one of $900,000;'-arid-the C,. P. R. station and improvements "* .will go 'to  $1,000,000.   ,  <\ ��. *���   ;   ��� ' ^-./     -  Between 2o and'oO scows .are now, in  course, of erectiori on. the river bank at  Athabasca Landing,, and they* present  quite an imposing.spectacle, .especially  to. a stranger who _is ignorant of the  use .of .these ,AQ foot' boats and * the  mqans of -transportation in 'thiVnorth  country.;, It does ' seeing a - pity"*, that  these strong,' well built boats "should  go; down (the river'nevor to be'brought  ^up again,* saj-s the local paper.'- .*-,  '-Trial  is- ihsxpcnsiv/'e!'���To-thoVe'-'who  suffer ";frornr   dyspepsia',"  indigestion  rli.eumatism   ore'any   ailment' .arising  from . derangement" ot the    digestive'  a/s-tem^.'a   trial   of   Parmelee'sfVege-  table Pill's   is ^ re"comrnended,r .should1  the  L sufferer^ be  unacquainted    with  them.--The.  trial  will  be  inexpensive  "and the result will'lie another custom"  "r for,-this excellent, medicine'.   So effective is their action-that many cures  ran  certainly  bc  traced  to .their  use  vherc other pills bave proved inneff.ee-  tive. '  ,ora"n"X  being pursued, by nn1'angry ^sirqi W-itli"!,  "aliurd Jiair'brufah. ,   " ' --.,-* i��f  - -r'i; | P-mightr-'havG' wed, bul "rc.-ih'Spr)  TWhat  How  iat  Shall   the*  Punishment' Be?'2 f i^M ffi"? W 1!?    s^ '^"'i -' A  ...  ., -      .      .   . .    . .(Ana bo i 'buu uli'aliV'd '  ��� *l  muslj we  ten!   wuh  those who j,: _sly -Ln.dy. Nicotine. .    7       A  1 steal' a -ch:ld, from it/? ��� mother; a' ,,.-1 -\ c)'; ;    *'   ��� "* *���!  \MialB"SC?the W\h<".t Should "await  wSf^fi TZTr^T  S^du'f^  suoh wretehe:7fr,r:an.l wide?:'.';     K^nT^*"   ' rrc? JBU^"-'-  his-'-bull   movement   he- was. 'merely  taking-advantage of the.situation.'-', ,  CJ Prince's' Congo'Tour , ;  > So.uthampton, ling,���Printje Albert'of  Belgium has sailed ".hence for' Cap^e  Town on"-lbe fir-,t stage'of his journey  'to the" Congo". Thr*', prince intends'to  visit-Rhodesia, then he will.'walk* over  1,5.00 miles'''through tlio,-Congo forest1!  to"the source of thr^Congci river, which  he will 'follow' to !Boma',-' wher'i  Dead'y  Breath  There's a lot in modern science  '   Sure's your horn. "  Did^ you ever "try deep breathing  For a  corn?  Repeat it:���*' Shiloh's.Cure will,always cure my coughs and colds."  your throat since the first time I saw ' but hate' insensible to everything but  Glenister's plan was to go straight to, ?���-���* Siwn on me till shooting j.the blood mania Their trailing feet  the Northern and from there to track i r'0^ l satisfr me- E^'er h^ ��'= ^ 0lf, bll'ldluS Jo .rumble and  down its owner relentlesslv but In ! feelin*?? 'Well. I'm going to choke th. �� sh^<r ns though some monster were  order to reach thc place his course led , '^ ��^ of *"ou witb m5" b!lre h^^ j rmams a^C^' n . ,.  him   past   the   office   of   Dunham   &'     Mc-Namara squared himself. | (To be Continued.)  "I   wouldn't advise ,you to try it    I '    r.-iy.  -^rsW  if*.  Y,i'  Struve. This brought back to his mind  the man dying out there ten miles at  his back. The scantiest humanity demanded that assistance be sent Rt  once. Yet he dared not give word  openly, thus betraying his presence, for  lt was necessary that ho maintain his  liberty during the next hour at all haa-  nrxK He suddenly thought of an expedient and reined ln his horse, which  stopped with wide spread legs nnd dejected bend while ho dismounted nnd  climbed thc stairs to leave n note upon  the door. Some- one would see thc  mesflngo shortly and recognize its  urgency.  In dressing for tho battle at the .M"f-  inq  on the previous nlcbt ho had  re-i  placed   his   leather   boots   with   "irni'i  \  Iuks," whicb are waterproof, light and ,  pliable footgear made from the skin ol  seal and walrus.   He was thus able to  move as noiselessly as though in rnoc- '  casins    Finding neither pem-il nor paper  in  his   pocket,  ho  uifd  the outer  door of tlie office,  to find  it unlocked.  He   stepped  inside  ami   IKtencd,  then  ,   moved toward a table, on which were,.  writing,  materials,    but   in   doing   so ;  heard a rustle in  Struve's private of- '  fice,' Evidently his soft solos had  uot :.  -   disturbed   the   man   inside.    Roy   wa.*:  about to  tiptoe  out  as  he .'had. come ���'  when    tlie   hidden    man   .cleared' hlsj  throat.     It    is    in   -these ..iuvoluntury ���  sounds that the  voice retnilis its  nat- I  ural quality more (listinc-tly even than f  In speaking.   A strange eKgeriicsiJ'i grew.!  in Glenister's face, and he -approached -j  the partition stealthily:  It was of wood :  and    glass,    the    panes    clouded    and;  ; opaque  to a height of some six  feet; >'  but,  stepping upon a chair, he peered !  Into the room beyond.   A man knelt in  a litter of papers before the open safe, ;  its drawers and compartments removed  and   their contents  scattered.   The ;  watcher lowered himself, drew his gun '���  and laid soft band upon tbe doorknob, \  turning the latch with firm fingers.  His  vengeance had come to meet him. i  After lying in wait during the long  nig.*it, certain that the vigilantes would  spring his trap, MeNamara was as-  founded n't news of the battle at the  | have lived longer than you, and I was  .iu, uliu i was .     1{" ^'^t  be'that  men   would   tnlv-p  never bea.'xu, but I  know'tbe feeling   lr?*ore   interp-st   in   the-ir   fas'.u'ons   if  it  ���ere -n/--ees--arv  fo  have  *oirie  one  to  hf-lp them get into their clothes.  The .choolboy thinks lhat a switch  ;n the band is worse than a dozen in  Hie bu-h.  you sj-cuk about    I have it now."  His ejes roved rapidly up ami down  thc other's form, noting the lean thighs i  and close drawn belt, whicb lent the I  appearance of spar-series'", belied only j  by tbe neck and shoulders, lie had '  beaten   better  men,   and   he   reasoned ; ~  that if it came to a physical test in j These Pills C-.rre Rheumatism.���To  the��e cramped quarters his own great i dv many who suffer 'from rhe'umn-  weigbt would more than offset any su- < ''-"n a trial of Parrnelee's Vegetable  perior agility the miner might po-**e**<* I l"-'ll* is reconimenrifd They have pro-  The longer he looked fhe in/)re he "O'mci-d action upon the" liver and  yielded to his hatred of the man before , -'J'-neys and by regulating the action  lnm and the more cruelly he longed to ' ?f 'hes-e organs act as an alternative  satisfy it. 'n   preventing  th        "        '  icre he.-is to  'arrive* in August. . ���**,?; *.yv'' - *���  King Leopold'at .first1' refused" to  allow Prince Alb'erl.t6,"go J,6 Alio Congo,!  but the prince"'was inclined to disobey.  The, king then traced a,programme for,  the trip which .would be comfortable  and supcrCcial, but ' Prince Albert  wrote to bis uncle- "1 owe iny people  an example. If 1 llo'not go through  the dangeious zones itris no u-segoing  at all. \l want to*, see everything."  Since .then the relations between uncle  and nephew have '.been, somewhat,  strained. The prince did not go .lo'the  Riviera to say good-bye to King Leopold. The prince is accompanied only  ! by two officers and a valet. At Broken  Hill an escort of 300 men will await  and'escort him through, the Congo  forest. - ' .      ,  *    |,'i:*"J>"dtting--pair>.   L'e't {lie niUing k^\  im*��u.. " ii"    ���. >'        .      ��� *' j **���>����"��"''and'continue nntil Wm? *. -a,!  M.ghty , Uncertrun   '   ;    * ;      curer.ly^'hcre.ij5 riicre vinue "in 1&8'  A  Georgja moonshiner .whipped hi.<- fj__'0t it'-than canhu fully (���siuM't'J   "  wife..    She bf*tr,iiyod him ,fori revenge,,'.   ��� . .-"f %~#y���iii^^_Y.      ;,' ' ,:,v,  and   then ,r<jfuaed  lo .give'.'evidciice.'   //'man's ,lid mav not bA\, thing of"  ,1 he judge summed up the (*ollecUve>* beauty,? butilib caii'wenr.it in lUni.'l  experience of the universe ,ih the com  ment thai ."if there is one,ih'ing.'the  Lord doesn't know'it is. whaua woman  .will do.r,'-r-!M.ontreal Heritldi'     , ,*,   r  < The'marewho'.can'f'stand pros^eri��y  ���will find itvliarder-to standItdversity.-  j>,   _   ���; .,���������^r** '��� *',t "   ���  , A duinb^man is'likt'-a' ihinVrily^He,  has ii'o voice in thtf'iuatu-r. " *���'"   r    '  ivithout^getting - the  cud out of iheYj  fetftlierai"       .  ���      ,-     - -       '.    ";'  !Minard's ,',Liniment Cures Burns! nte-i'  . ���-- - -i.    ��� -       , ,        i        .',    -p..  carve oul%|  , some- surgeons mannge.  Ia'rge',:iforiunes.  Y   "    ,  ' -   -V'   V',^ ��� '���  - s. I  }''lt is^isuaUy'tlifc bluiuiliariSvhossyi";;!  ���the sharpest1'tilings,t, ', '���' '  1     Yearning      * ,  .  The farmer who doth till the 'soil  Has independent will,  But still doth'yearn to hie to town  And learn to soil the till.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  A   Dear  Friend  "1 bear yer freen' Tampon's married  again."  "Aye, so he is. He's been a clear  freen' tae me. Pie's cost me three  wadding presents an' two wreaths."  "Why suffer from corns when they  can he painlessly rooted'out by usi.��'f  /Jolloway's Corn Cure '  "But you must come down to dinner  with me."  "Really, old boy, you must excuse  me; the doctor warns me that if T  start to eating I am liable to go.to  flosh and blood."  "Take off your coat," said Glenister. 'Y ,nnd hlo0fl that onuses this pain  "Now turn around. All right! I ja*st i -�� <!l��,order. 1 ���'">' nnist bc taken ac  wanted to see if you were Iving about ! f".crfhr'G  ir)_ directions and  used  stead  your gun."  "I'll kill you:" cried MeNamara. i  Glenister laid his six shooter upon the |  safe and slipped off his own  vet gar- |  merit.    Tbe difference was more mark- i  ed    now    and    the    advantage    more  strongly   with   the   receiver.     Though  they  had avoided allusion  to  it each  knew, that this' fight had   nothing  to  do with  the Midas and each   realized  whence   sprang   their   fi'Arce    enmity.;  And   it   was   meet .that   they   should  come torether thus. , it- had  been the  one  certain  and   logical   event   which  they   had   felt  inevitably  approaching  from  long  back.    And.it was   fitting,  moreover, that they should fight alone,  and unwitnessed, armed only with the  ���weapons   of  the   wilderness,   for  tliey  were both of the far, free lands, were  both   of   the   lighter's   type   and   had  both warred for.the first great prize.  They met ferociously. MeNamara  aimed ri|-fearful blow, but Glenister  met bin', squarely, beating him.-off  cleverly, stepping In and out, 'his  arms swinging loosely from bis shoulders like whalebone withes tipped with  lead. lie moved lightly, his footing  made doubly, secure by reason of.his  soft soled mukluks. Recognizing his  opponent's greater weight, he undertook merely to stop tbe headlong  rushes and remain out of reach as  long as possible.    He struck the poli-  ily   and   they   will   .speedily  give   evi  lence of their beneficial effects.  Horsemen,  Read This    ,  T have ,used MINARD'S LINIMENT  in my stables for over a year, and con-  admixture  of  uric!sif|pr  5t  tllc,V VERY   BEST   for  horse  flesh I can get, and would strongly re  commend it to all horsemen.  GEO.  HOUGH.  Livery    St'iblos,    Quebec,   95   to    l'V3  Ann  St.  Warship as a Garden  Lond'-n.���From time to time amazing' revelations have been made re-  {,'ardini; the condition of tbe Turkish  iiavy, and. these mu=*t have prepared  Admiral. Gamble, the British officer  cntrus^'d with the tnsk. of the reor-  ganizat'on of the fleet,. for some surprises when he carne to investigate  matters. If there i. **ny truth in the  latest report, from C- iiatantinople, be  must surely have be.j-i nonplussed by  tbc condition in which he found a  certain vessel. '' *  It *appears that the Turkish sailors  bad turned tho whole of the quarter  deck into a kitchen garden, in whicb  an excellent crop of cabbages and artichokes was flour isliing. The crew had  become so absorbed in their gardening  operations that they had entirely overlooked their naval duties. The state  ..*i thc vessel can be  imagined.  Reai:;Ehgifeh; SUITS >#���%���., i  . >>& OVERCOATS  i       ' * ���> *>  ^to  M����,sur�� from *  $5.14 to'! $20.',y;"  1.1... I1        .    "nd ���*<"<"*-** Mme to as is be ow. aikinc Tor tmr  ' f��Vio���"���S|0S.1men<.of ��*�������"���''�����   Togrthw with. P��t��eros, ����� �����d yon'  -.jTv,!me"ute�� ��" sent itre and e-amau* piid.    We d .natch vrnr'anl.r  SUITS and   OVERCOATS> ' -  to   measure   from  $5.14-   to   ?20. .  SEND.FOR  FREE-PATTERNS.  V  trial.  'Co  fa  ��*����?.  ����.  file  World's  /Measure  ^Tailors, \  (Dept 81 D , 60/.62 City Rd., LONDON, ENGLAND.  .  _ '        7 i Addresses   for   Patterns.*'  PUasc men Hon thit pafrer  IPEG  . Cannot some cf those scientists teach  ���-= bow fo make baldness attack the  face instead of the <-calp?  A MOTHER'S CHIEF CARE  IS HER BABY'S WELFARE  'Every mother is anxious that her  'little ones shall be��� healthy, "good. na-  't-u'red-and bright. Every mother,!can  keep her children in. this condition .-.if  she will give them an occasional  dose, of Baby's Ovvn Tablets. These  Tablets cure all stomach and bowel  troubles,;' destroy worms'." and mako  teething -easy. Mrs. T. Covert Mas-  sie, Toronto, Ont., ��� says:���"I have  used Baby's Own Tablets for my -little*  boy since be was throe months old,  and find that they agree, with him  splendidly." Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a. box  from The Dr. Williamis' Medicine Co.,  Krockville. Out.  Doctor���No, I shouldn't advise you  to take whisky, for-the grip.  Guzzler���Well,, T don't believe I've  got1 the grip. .It must, be sometbirig  else. Say, Doc,.what,disease is"whisky  good for?.; , '.-   '  Killed by a Convict j  Edmonton, Alta���Deputy "Warden'  Slcdman, of the Alberta penilentiarv, '  was murdered by a convict, who hit j  him'at the base of tbe skull with an !  axe. The deputy warden, * with six  convicts, was in tbe carpenter shop !  nt fhe time. The reason for the as-1  snult i.s unknown. i  Richard Stcdmnn, the dead man, I  came from Pcnelnnguishf-no in 1006* '  where he was a warden u the reform- '  atory for twenty-live years. He loeves1  a widow and two sons.  When You Feel Played Out  There comes a time when your grip on things weakens.  Jour nerves are unstrung, the vital forces low, the stomach  is weak.and thc blood- impoverished. You feci old age  creeping  over  you.      Be   careful  of yourself.     Take  .  Griff���You look prosperous, old man.  Grafton��� Yes, T suppose you read  about .Nurilcb'fl ambition to be a  senator?  Griff���Well, yes; I see by thp papers  that lie'says' he's in the hands of his  friends���-.  Grafton���That's it.    I'ni one of his  friends.ii  '������ Dust' ���-���.-���  There is a..Wilmington .man  whose J  nerves sometimes give way under.tha I  constant   fire   of; questions   from   hi*  talkative eight-year-old son.      !:  "Dad," asked the youngster, just nn  tbo old man had one evening' settled  down for'a perusal of bis newspaper.  "Dad, am I made of dust?"  "I' think, not!" responded the unhappy .parent.' "Otherwise, you'd dry  up now and then.'"  Missionaries Killed  Constantinople.���Information from  Ad-ana says two American missionai-  ies were killed in the aim- Vi mi-man  riots theie. The names are not given  The American missionaries at Ad an a  are7 Rev.;W! Chambers and wife, and  two sisters, Misses Webb. The British  vice-consul': at Merzinn proceeded to  Adana. . American Ambassador Leish-  ; man'.rcceive.fl no, direct news "of 'the  death of the missionaries. ������'  at once; there is need to renew tlie life forces. Weak  nerves, wearied brains, sick stomach, feeble blood, torpid  liver, sluggish bowels���all feel thc quickening effects of  'Bcecham s Pills. Their use makes all the'difference. The  tonic action of these pills upon the vital organs is immediate, thorough and lasting. They are Nature's own remedy  For Run-down Conditions  *   J*r,W*''1..6?1"' by.Thotnist*' Beech/im, St. Helens, 'Lancashire, Eng;!a'nd.  bold by all Urujf2l��ts in Canada and U. S. America.  -In'boxe* 25 cents.  Repeat '���  it: ���-'Shiloh's Cure will always'  cure   my   coughs   and    colds."  All men are born free nnd equal, but  most, of them spoil it by getting  married. ,  W. N. U., No. 738  Civil Service Examinations  Ottawa;���A' general   competitive' -ox.  nrnination for eighty-five ���clerkships in  the civil se'rvicu will, bo held through.'  out   Canada,   beginning   on 'Tuesday  May 25.    The examinations' will ��� till;/.  place   at  the  following   points  in   the  west,:���Port Arthur. Winnipeg, l^.r/i,,.,  Saskatoon, Calgary,   ! Edmonton, Yvi-'  son, Vancouver mid  Victoria.  Reciprocity   in   Surveyors  Lcndon.-Tinportnnt steps have ])00n  taken by the council of the Surveyors'  Institution with a view to establisbinf  reciprocity between governments mid  examining bodies of the empire Tli'  recommendations received approval of  thtji colonial secretary, who has ad-  dreused a dospntcli on the subject to i  tne various governments. '  ALWAYSy  EVERYWHERE    FN  ASK   FOR  Eddy's   Matches  have   hailed from   Hull   since   l85'r��?d    Malch-8  years  of  Constant    Betterment  have   resulted     in     Eddy s  reaching   a   Height  of   Perfection  attained  by  No Otncrs.  Sold  and   tissd   everywhere   in   Canada.  isaBssse i~m mmf m, ana-, t^iwwnMiMMitTnBiKiiaa  **_. r //-.r^*-^-?-^  ���VERY WOMAN  WHP SUFFERS  SURE      RELIEF      IN  PRICE  OF  LUMBER  TO ADVANCE'"  Coast   Association    Meeting    Declares  that   Prices   Must  be   Increased Shortly Tt is ;,,=f ���4 *i ���"  nave   been   Uiffenmg      naturally /or j "l^upticns generally make    them:  . THE   LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  UGLY  SKIN  SORES  Zam-Buk  Removes  Them  PROTECT COUNTRY'S RESOURCES  Dominion Railway Commissioner Will  Make Move to Secure Protection  Against Forest Fires  Ottawa.���At a meeting of the special  BANISH PIMPLES  il'lcin. Out' (.special;.���women who The mi>mi,�����. ,f !i,' t* ������. ,  iff r and there are thousands of bia JnS, nni ��r' i^1* Colnn1'  En Canada, will hear with inter S S'f,r ���d, S\1'^, Manufactur-  EtVlie experience of Mrs-J. Oliver 2 S fti ?'" ���''t1 m?.eti"S in  E,|,,. place. She has suffered and * ___\\ia�� .t ass��c,'ltl0". ^cussed  iuid a cur,'and "she has no hesita- j prfces No not i��� atIva"c?in lbft list  ton u. haying thnt cure is Dodd'- Kit* but c��? ,7��" aken at this  JT,' ���.. pi]], " o "'Leung, out signs of an increase were  HjlM.ff.-red for over a 37,aY 'from Ca member^^f' ^ ^ WaS ^^  Lfkaclie a "I Fainting Spells," Mrs. K-W, 7 ' ' Y ��� aSS��Clati��" thnt "  J, ,.r *tab'-. "I- wasair,d and her-\ l.t, ih 'r% U' f ,0rt timp befo'"<- ��  .I nil the lime and the least nrnr.      oww?na,td,,ri'cftlclJ w?"Id be made.  .Owing to lack of cohesion there cannot be said to be, any rigid base price  Jit present; but il j8 generally accepted that $10 for , rough lumber ie  the rule. This,is declared to lie altY  get her too low to permit of a profit,  and the advance must' come. Sawmill  men claim'that, if  t\Ky received -417  r.or    linucriiir-l   tn.~.t   r. ii....�� *       .    _  Boii.- all therlime and the least oxer  fton would make me -perspire freely.  [ir tout and ankles would swell and  iiad a dragging ..sensation across the  ������* 1 saw Dpdd's Kidney Pills ad,-  ffitfecd and. bought some. Twelve^  jovt-s cured mi'1."    ',,   " '  ,\\\ women who suffer should use  feoiM'.s Kidney Pills. They . 'make  JUltiiy Kidneys and healthy Kidneys  |ri',tlie first ru^e of health for woman  llii' female organs'depend almost en-  prcly on, the Kidneys for their health.  ht woman cun'hopc to be healthy land  Sappy u'-h'ss' lier Kidneys are rigJit.  I|ie js'idueyd neod occasional "helper  iji'V imist become tirod or\,sick. Arid  |!i*,iost any'woinari can {**])"you out of  |,>r own experience that Dodd's Kid-  gey Pills are tli'c,help tliey'need.,  the balance of the." season 'lbe'y would  not make,up their losoe.s for Inst year  Any'advance on*tha coast will be'foi!  Impure matter which the blood should  d .-.charge by means of the skin, is  allowed to remain in the pores, the  process of 'exhalation" is interrupted"  and just where the ba'd matter collects, there pimples, ulcers, and  sores quickly appear, and the skin  tissue suffers. To be complete, the  treatment,must be of two kinds" The  sufferer may help to dimirTish the supply of impurities by taking no rich  greasy and-indigestible foods; but, to'  remove the impurities .themselves, the  pores  must be opened and  the  skin  right-of-way of all combustible ma  lerial. The Dominion railway commission will also apply for"a "similar  order in'regard to the C. P. R and  -the provincial governments controlling  forests and railways will be asked to  secure more adequate measures for  protection against fire.  Everyone Needs a Tonic in the  Spring to Build up the Blood  If you want new health and strength  m��the spring you must build up vour  blood, with a tonic medicine. After  the long indoor winter months are  past most  people feel  depressed and  iTiocilir     4- :*.-.A mi. ��� .  ELEVATORS AT VANCOUVER.        ��*  Joe Martin Speaks to English Electors  London.���Joe Martin has issued an  address to the electors of ,Siralford-on-  made healthier bv ThTvEorfim"-���!," I H*���"  in >vhich hP Ws he considers  -���nd washing frequently with some  pure soap.- There" is none better than  the antiseptic Zam-Buk Medicinal and  .. ',        ,        ������en-jr    itvi;ivi;u   any    "*-  ��./u*u juc z.nm-t$UlC JUoalCmai nn/l  the SEW fW th��*'.P���I��et tor   T��rfM.Roap. Zam-Buk balm srimulates  tne iraiance of thf. aeuann h.a ...���...-i.i   (hi? fun,.*;,,,-,,. ���f <i,_  ,i.r_ ,.__ ,,  Liberal party has' to deal. The adop-  tion of the poJicy of tariff ' reform  which is Joeing advocated 1>V the Tory  party would, he says,' be the great" eM  calamity that could happen.a country  will,-the exception-of-war, pestilence'  or famine.    The  policy'of  protection  .,     -   .       Tin's   means    that   the  niood  is   impure  and_ watery.      That  is what causes pimples"and unsightly  eruptipns.     To   this   same   condition  rs   due   attacks   of  rheumatism,    the  sharp stabbing  pains    of    neuralgia  poor appetite, frequent  headaches and  a   desire  to   avoid  exertion.       These  troubles  can all   be banished  by the  use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Every  dose  of   this   medicine   makes-i new  rich,blood,  which  drives,out impurities,   stimulates   every   organ,   strengthens every nerve and   brings a feeling of, new health and energy to weak  tired out, ailing'men and women. Mrs'  Frank   Murphy,   Clark's   Harbor    "NT  S.,   says:���"A'year  ago   I, w,as   completely  run   down- and   my   work  be  If Railv/ay Company Will Not Provide  Facilities for Storage,  Other  Plans Will Carry.  Vancouver.���"If'the Canadian Pacific railway does not decide to start the  erection of a grain elevator in Vancouver the Alberta -Train men will  willingly undertake the task. 'It has  been suggested that temporary facilities for this season be pro\iaea-witi  the idea of, building an elevator here-  next year. In my opinion this provision will prove entirely inadequate,  as tiie movement of the export wheat  from Alberta via Vancouver is no  longer a matter of conjecture. Tt is a  certainty."  This was the important statement  made by Mr. L. P. Strong,', of Calgary,  general manager of the Alberta Pacific Elevator company, at the Hotel  \aneouver. Mr.'Strong arrived from  victoria, where he liad been in' consultation .with Mr. William Whvte  second vice president of tlie Canad'fan  Pacific ,railway, in regard to, the  question of'providing grain handling  facilities in  this'city.     ' i  -A grain elevator with a capacity of j  'MY KIDNEYS HURT  ME ALL THE TIME"  Gin Pills Cured Them. Freo  Sample Box Leads to Cure.  Only thoso who havo been tortured  with Kidney Trouble can appreciate how  llr. Trumper suffered. Being a railroad  man, ha waa called upon to do all kinds  _2?_i___?w'~s>_r_:., Tho constant strain ot  lifting, weakened tha kidneys.  I received the sample box "of Giu Kllj  nr.d was greatly benefitted by them.  My  kidneys were in  such  bad condition I  could not lift or stoop 'without pain.   In  fact, they pained mo nearly all the tirms.  I have taken three boxes of Gia'Pill3,  working all the time at heavy -work on,  the railroad-end did not lose a day  '"   FRANK ,TItDirIPER,irapaaeelOnF.    '  ' Do sharp twinge3  catch you  as you  etoop T   Aro  you   subject   to" Rheumatism, Sciatica or Lumbago'T   Does your  Eladdcr give  trouble 1   Tako Cia PiJIa  on our positive guarantee that they will  cure you or money refunded, 50c a box  ������6 for ��2.5 0..   At dealers, or direct i f you  crnnot  obtain  from  dnifrgist.    ."  ��� J??P\N-P-..Ka��ional D       & c'hem_ '  *al Co., Limited, Toronto. 117  1 ���  ^1  1 i.  -I'I  1  I THE.S'bLDO',  (nn  Ugacity !,Shown   by"  ' ,^f ���*���.'�� Army.,V^ ;>Yf fi*UiS kaders"oMI^yx^edh^0^  F,or,dogs to.be en lsted In every gr6at,safe,' witlr no immedialYprospcct of  m of the worId/eitber> the ambu>j starvation. ', The,- telegram? fro��, Dr,  [>oee department ��or'as srcoub3;and,dIs: -Andersoh,dated Smith'Bav, an arm f  latcli bearers, la surely something of'a therArctic oceap^n'the'north coast of  iiwelty. ','--, .tv/rv-,,,. ��������, * s-*" -'*���- '��� , -Alaska, "about',.72 dcgrw-s'"noith lati  rln- the' Franco-Prussian (wnr out^of tude,\was evidcnfjjrvsent.by messenger  |2v>,000 killeirand^wounded,13,000 were \ to'.-Nome,. thence by, wireless to'St.  s.Vmlssliig."-Anil'who shall .-Michael, .and from that point to TTort  "" lri    '      " 'Liscum on" the Gulf /of -Alaska,, south  turned as.Vnilssiiig."- And who shall  lay .what these men'eudured?. Every  ^ar of thqJ;f*iture,'-bowever! will see'  he dog lesseningjjts^ horror.1* - In ',Ger-  nany hls.education'Tisat tiiis moment  (eiiig taken.Iri tiarid^by a Voluntary so-  Hep-   wilb', nearly-*S,000   members,"-   .-, ,, .,,������-    ,���aveili;ill    ,  |mong tliem.some of'the most able'df-  'cheques, of tbe American ^Sahk asspci-���] =  ,army.Y--''��ri" wore carried,abroad by travellers| "  coastj'by ,the military .telegraph' line.  ',;��� '    .,- ��� ���*'!, -,���7  '*"���*-'     ,* ���'  ,7 A -j' ���'M.?,J?,ey. t��*5 Travellers*, l" ',_ ,-  yKcw York.YThe first of theV'new in-  .ernational .',money",.," or   -travellers'.  treatment the pimphls "and blotches  became, less sore,"'the itching , was  cured altogether, and ,'.inflammation  banished. In -'then course of -a "short  .time, every Blotch and pimple was'" removed.'.'   ' .     ,        \ ...  Zam-Buk is also a sure" cure ' for  cuts/ lacerations,, burns, eczema,'.ringworm, j poisoned .wounds, ^festprine  sori��s, bad leg, and all skin injuries  rind ,diseases/- It is" also a cure for<  piles.'. Druggists arid Stores everywhere sell at 50c. a .box, "or. post-free  from .Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,-on 'receipt of price. < '   <  i  1    /  yvi  .r?  -   '   * ���    i " .Y& I   .-.-.._.. ���. ,.���, ���,,_,_._ <wcil ui v/Hiiaua  and tend to prevent the. recurrence of  wheat shortngffijn Britain, 'says that if  the wheat were taxed for this purpose  at the first time of scarcity the outcry  would "be raised for-a removal of tbe  .tax, but it,,could not-be done because'  of'preferential, treaties. YCoiild ",the  most malign ingenuitynlevise a surer  way of embittering cthe7 relations between the -mother'country' and 'tbe  coloniqs.       ���'     ' ���,- -   ���  '    Grabbed and Held On.     '   ," .  A teacher in one of the' schools of  Berlin has given to the. papers of that  k-ntfor the wounded,and iiSi^   ~    ^aH'Y,"^'OT"0"1^^"^^^ �� m'��f  SeS'hut Stc^S'Ithe��;rS,p8b,t^ '��*����'��'��* it-i.-A.^!aSu,SiUn-i "r^-'* author.says:  "Prince  WU-  ike every ndruniage of nutural^coveh';,  his and the fact (Wl*wounded  men  'l!ll*e "i0lr?nst^cn?lh/50 se^.b'Pr<>.   V.. >   -C  "   Y   Y '"-"':      "" '"nd'oId-W-rangel   hopped  House   May "Adjourn 'May -21   '.'.   ancl -?'?I1!: to the^scbloss. acd old Wran-  .tA*w��.-i-Tli'or�� ii ��'"'�����^ ^y::.,.-jY  pel'safd.^The boy is all rlght.'and the  bctioa frotar artillery* "fire.v cavalry  |liargi-"S and,^ the. wheels'Tof" guns. by  rfrawllng Into thick Jbushcs, ditches and  iaturRl liolesftwlll'sbow how- difflcuJl  *| Is fpr the over^vofk^ed'stretclier bear-  rsof the Ued Cross^depa'rtmeuf to' no  Bee prostrate .figures liotTreatllly^'se'en.  Boreover, modern , warfarerls 'c'arrletf,  |i -Inrcely"- by -nlfelit^'attiick, /and Js,i  I'srht, 100, 't'he*"wounded have to l>e col-  icted.   The^imbulance ilogVhowever,  �� Independent pf artificial Ilghf'and re-  Icsonlj-op bis power,of scene ' ' r  Ilteceotly  during  (be"-great Austrian j  bmiMiiers 200 men wore left lying on'f  peGeld to represent.tlie wounded, and -  be stretcher' bearers,  working against  Juie, overlooked  thirty-eight of these.  I'ltbln twenty   uilnuies'tbe   Viennese  Ve* lf.1d ifound   thcin-'all.    Each  dog  pd about his neck a   llasli of brandy  ' soup and a roll of bandages. The  joum'ed nuiri, having made what use  iron of this relief, gives' the dog bis  |P or belt, and the animal races off  |Ith it to tlie ambulance attendants,  Jliosn lie then conducts td die'spot���'  ���^ Fitzgerald in St. Nicholas..  ' pttawa.ylTh'cre fa h fixed 'determina-i ^l^-^M -b?y Is !�� ^bt.'and the  'tion,on the part of the-leaders on both: ��� ,er ,��ade a bow trom the .balcony,  r^ides df,thq housevtb farirfg ilje'scssionl?   1" wa*l-a"fl-L<:old.  And when,thc  A  Baby   From   Ireland, All  Alone  -(Calgary.���Annie'Brown, a little girl  .only five years old, has completed a  trip of nearly 5,000 miles,' from Belfast  to  Calgary, .in, which  she -.was'unaccompanied ,by relatives     or , 'friends  other than" those she  made on   the  journey.        Her      father,   J. '"Brown,  settlerl   on   a   ranch   near1* Calgary   a  yearand^a half-ago." He has. succeeded  well, 'arid decided that he wanted 'his  -little  daughter, with .him.1 ,.He' was  unable to' go ''after" her, .and so" sent'  her passage money, having' her placed  under, the. care sof, the boatyonicials'  Annie came  the f long  distance'quite  safely, .and ,'enjoyed her long'trip. ..    -  '���'   Different Terms' '     ,  Wilkins���"Does  \'our wife play the  piano?"   1     '   - -      .        "-       i "-���'���  I  J^^-'ns���"Well,  she says she docs,  Wilkins���"But what?", Y "' ' , \  ' Bilkins���"It' sounds to me as if she  worked-it."     .      ���"'>..       %-,,.!,  y���~���r ,*  - CATARRH, CAN NOT "BE  CURED  with LOQAL- APPLICATIONS;, as  they cannot reach the seat ,of 'the 'dis-  ease. . Catarrh is a blood or/ constitutional disease, and in order to cure it  you must' take internal remedies.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is'taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and  mucous' surfaces. Hall's' Catarrh  Cure is not a "quack medicine. It wa<=  gi escribed 'by one'of the best physicians iri'this country for years and.is'  ,���r"v "="C,1:> U1 wrucn, , io.uuu.uuo '������cciveu ou neari of pheasants These  bushels will be wheat., ��� Reports indi-1 birds are being, liberated in various  catetliat 50 per cent, will ��� represent 1 portions of the province. Fifteen brnep  the increased acrenop rlii= =000���      T���' urn lain��� .-,���,..��   n. ..'.   .,-      _" "Iil*-*-  ���the increased acreage this season.    In'  four years, or five years at the latest,  the Alberta,grain crop should approximate _ 100,000,000  bushels.   . If  it, were  shipped   out   of   the   country   its  all _ ...    _... _  transportation   would   require   100 000  freight, ears."  are being sent north'to Alix, 20 brace  -go down to the*'-High River district,'  2a- brace go to 'Pekisko .and 50 brace  are getting their freedom west of Calgary. The -'pheasants���50 hens and  .ten cooks���are aLo being turned loose  west of Calgary. -  , Transcontinental  Finished by  1911  Ottawa, Ont.���"We fully expect that  the whole work of the National Trans  continental railvv-ay will be finished by, *������ ^..uiuu* a reiusai to meet th.  1011. _ So stated \\ilh-m Main-.right, request .of the'British Columbia gov  wce president  cf     the   Grand   Trunk   enrment to reduce freight arid pa4en  Refuse B. C. Government Request  Ottawa.���The hoard of railway coni-  missioners'has v issued     a    judgment,  which constitutes a refusal to meet the  gcr "rates   oh   the   C.   P:   R7  in   that  6/0 miles.   The balance is graded nearly to  Wolf  Creek  at" the' foot  of the  ^ j Rockies. , lhe  line  will   be  into  Ed  a regular prescription.   It "is composed   'nonton 11Pxt month,1 uj d by June will  nf- ''"���   '-"��������� ���*---���--   '-         ,   r.     .   be, ii!   operaton    between    W/rnnipcs?'  and'Edmonton By 11 xt October we  .expect to be running trains from Edmonton through to Fort'William' and  .carrying our, share of ,the grain 'trade,'  This is providing chat the piece being  r'one by the government is finished,  as r understand it wil   be  "Rails are, now. laid between Wirini-   province to the-* level .of' the rates"'in  t^ .a^d   ���*'Ue; river,'-a-distance  ofJ otlier_parts of the'Dominion.    Chair  ���railway- .commission1:' lhe*A budget kle-'l R0 n*  "biUfand tlie GrnndlTriiuk' Pacific loan'j lerP'-"  , bill] have?,been .disposed of; little will  remain^ on ^tho parliamentarypro-  gramme'of a .eontroversinl nature, and  business will _ be, rushed till''the end  of tbe session is reached. The formal  adjournment will probablv take place  on Saturday, May 21. ,  the  tber held 'his  little fellow.'s  . ��� ��� and never, let  |go again   because ;he^ is a  Hohenzol-  "A WINDSOR   LADY'S/APPEAL1  , To All ^'orrien: I will send free,  with full ^instructions, my.diorne treat-'  merit  which   positively  cures   Leucor  rnfiein TTl/*���, n f In,, TV,, .,1�� n^....Anin  ,   ^ucht to  Face ,'Serious ,Charge "'"'  Calgary.���Gus Zucht, the,young German' .who^ was< arrested, by,tlie   city'  police-on/a wire from the authorities  ;,at ^Edmonton;, has been taken,back to  'that city-by.the mounted police. - The  charge which he- wilPhave to face will  probably "be .manslaughter^ " and   'as  there-are   extenuating   circumstances  connected   - with   the  case,   it  is  not  thought  that  his   sentence   will   be*,a  heavy,one.    Ziichfc is th'e young man  of*the be.*t -tonics, known, combined  vvith the best blood purifiers,, acting  directly on the mucous .surfaces.' Tlie  perfect' combination, of * the two ingredients'is what produces-such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send  for testimonials free. . '  V  F~ J."CHENEY  ^CO��� Props:,   '.  -'" t, s <     Toledo, "O.  Sold by Druggists, p'rice Toe.  Take ,rHall's   Family'Pills  for!, con-  'otipation'.   , ,  *��� ' '  man Maybee takes the stand that the  only party that could* make, anv complaint as to 'the rates would be the  Dominion government, with whom'the  contract vvith the' C. P. R. was made  rinil not the government, 'of British  Columbia, which is fhe complainant. .  ,A woman, may be as ��� old 'as, sht  looks? but.it is'seldom possible to get  her to admit it:**' '       "        "  rboea,      Ulceration,      Displacements,  Falling of the ��� Worn b,, Painful or Ir-.      *- ...   -- -   - *���*  ���  regular-Periods, Uterine and  Ovarian j attacking the father of the prisoner.  Tumors, or Growths, also Hot Flushes, j'  .  Nervousness,   Melancholy,     Pains    in J Canada Could Relieve WKeat Shortage  London.���An experienced member of  ...���.���. .v..,^.      ^u.-ui,   in   mc   juuuig   mini | in    iiv/.     iuuuiy     <}i    (JOllS.        "^"011    see  who killed another man named Ingle.* I children," she said', "Adam was a man  n f   .Qfrsr-i^sTiT     I>1 o-f ���.-._-.      ,���Un��    t\. ~    Ki. 1^11    -. 1 -.^^ .^      _ .. J       Minard's^Liniment for sale" everywhere  - - * / Origin of" the Sex * *��� ���* '  A poet who 4 has been known to teP  .the truth recounts this' storv* of hi*  little daughter Her mother overheard  her expounding the origin,of the sex  to   her   family   <*f   dolls.  * Canada's Coast  Defence0    ���  Montreal.���At a 'banquet here to the  w.,, ,    -1 H��,c  Mr-   Graham,' the' minister   re-  building the superstructure before the'  foundation.       He.   foreshadowed,*the'  Canadian undertaking as the construction ]of'coast defence vessels,and the  continuation of''home-.defence works  to the conclusion tha? as orrginallv  intended, the whole thing will1 be fin-  L-iied bv 19H. *'.���',.       "    ���  .    ~ ',   Swinburne  Highly  Praised       .  London.���Swinburne's body was interred at Bonchureh; Isle of Wight,  'where other members 'of the Swinburne family have been laid at, rest,  'lhe-English'newspapers pay the high  est tribute to'Swinburne as, with' the  exception of Meredith, the last1 of-tin*  great names of the Victorian period  and a force in English* poetry, second  I only to. Shakespeare and* the,' other  J grcat-pocts. The authorities of-West  minster   Abbey   have   not   vet   taken)  V 01 .inuimri Ulan isiiuieu ingle.-   -"viic/i,    am- sciiu,    .mam was a man   mms  at btoney Plains   vyhen the latter was   all alone, and was very lonelv, so Gon   sieps  to offer "k place 7n"f'-re  "nopf^'i  attackimr tbe fnt.hi-.V- nf th�� nri*n,ln,      ! nni. I.im to *!-.�����   ���������,, ,.,��� v.:.'.* . I .���.?.. -, but therfrs'no doubt if thev I re*3ui^"  are Roomed.     After, July   1,"   no   slot I   r '"���; ,w "*-��.���",'���*���- .">���, ����������  ^jipiime-wili*be allowed to onerate in I at  '?  co^  ?f  ���]l' about   12   centa  a  Pm: Fiancisco, as a result of'an 'ouli-' T-    ,   , i'3-      ?. ' v Woma" s 0wn Mp'  -   - dical  Adviser,     also sent free  on  re-  rance rpas*edi by  the.  supervisors.  The cigar dealers made n hard fight  lo save the machines, which are saic)  to take, in ? 12,000,000 annually: Thev  were backed by the bankers, who for  quest, l Write  to-day.  M. Summers, Box H.I.  'and made!a nice lady out-of them."  J , j  ��� - ��.-      *��� ��.J.i- s.j f    OW     VJ \J\  j put Inmtp sleep^took his brains out.   corner,  universal wish of the'press and public  ,       ,     O  "*w - ��s~*��-i4**o*o    (vrui iv-j  started when the Dominion undertook'  to garrison Halifax and Esquimau.  Strike Dtjes  Not*Affect Smelting    ,  Nelson,   B.   C:���The' strike   in   'the-  Cwy's   Nest   Pass   and   Alberta   coal  mines -wilL not affect the operations of  the mines or smelters of the Consoli-  Mated Mining an.l  Smelting- company  , at Rossland, Phoenix, Moyio, Sandon  and Tiail, ns all'these properties have  several   months'   . supply   of  fuel   on-  hand and can get more ii it should bp  i       .  ri'    "\ r *tr*  ���*\ i        -i\ J >������'��� j- ^ ���vr*3  j .* > Yw'  :..i  >f,   7-i*v..-f|j  r,   t,        I       -,jnl  .Mini  Q        ,i  Address  Mrs  Windsor, Ont  A Song of a Statesman  p'o one enn toll  what is' IinnneninE ��� worc l,nc,��� --   ��� - *���--'    ***��� i -   ,  [the Caspian sen.    For years past Its 'I t0"?C "n,'c"0NVn .r.'iac��n entered a  plea   Life would be free from bitter thrills  Rini-iL. i,��.._ ,    ��.... . '..   .       I '�� save t  r-ters have been  falling,  and  It  has .  �� supposed, that  the great Inland,!  , *ss gradually drying up.   Recent  .ndliip*   r,i'veuled    the ' astonishing  the gambling devices.  Leffingwell Getting Ready  Seattle.���Ernest   de   Koven   Leffing-  Tf all ive had to learn  Wns to put through our favorite bills  And'placidly adjourn.  Mark Lane discusses the wheat shortage in an article in the Morning Post  Hc says Canada has four million quarters of old wheat which if put into  Mark Lane iwould supply half of the  deficit. Canada-Jiolds a strong position, and any movement, she" makes  -would have the important efiect on  operations which the American ring  may be contemplating.  Will   Continue   Boring   for   Gas  '  Calgary ���The" well boring of the Cal-  Ciiry Gas company is now clown 2,000  !����*-'_and  !,'10 con'Pai*y   wiH  keep on  Eecentlv  it:  t that (he Caspian is at present ac- | AfH.   *^?10?^   and . Arctic     explorer,  fatH deeper (ban  It   was a  eenturv -!'vho  will spend  the .next three yours .it.-  o   Them LfY, *      �� ctptury    j     mapp,np  ,iml surveying  Northern Leilr-  klis   Tho     ��   y ��ripOSSlb,e h-TP��- ' -M��-*I-a. is in Seattle    He will remain ^Ure  Ly:   me bottom of the,sea must be . ,���  the city for the next three weeks  j t-i'perintf'iuling the construction of his  'yawl, the Arg. which will carry him  ! nnci  fopplnr; out.  Repeal  ���"Shiloh/s Cure will always  my   coughs   and s colda"  A LOST POEM OF KIPLING.  The   February ,Bookman   publishes  Ciiilincr's   "Tbp   Pni-plrirvpr "   wln'fli   it  , "The physician attend-  -ng me prescribed, on my  rallying from an attack of  Jeumatism, your Scott's  Emulsion, which,I have1  been taking every winter  , s'n*-e.   I find it most valu-  !jiole in strengthening and  building up one  after a  severe illness.   I have not  "ad rheumatism since the  ���me mentioned above and  'owe it to your most valu-  jMe Emulsion.   It is my  ������-���"e now, and makes me  "CARD,   Grand   Ligne,  Quebec. /  for cW�� llu"drcd years bc-  cZ T(-��n's Emulsion came  ^ Liver Oil was used for  i  his  little  paify     info     northern           ...  I writers.    The jvarty, consisting of I .of-1 Kipling's, "The" Foreloper,      ��...  .  , lingwell and a erew of three men, will | describes as "the hitherto lost poem.  i.   ���   c...,,,.   ......   -.r      ^  ,-..  **>1)V.; it would seem that of this early  bi  lines  G. T. P.,WiM Build^to Vancouver  . Vancouver, B. C.���E. J. Chamberlin,  general manager of the Grand Trunk  Pacific, has 'announced that preliminary survey parties would be put in the  .field immediately to explore a route  for a .line from Vancouver to join thf  main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific  in the north.   He says the-main line to  Nearly  all  children  are  subject  tr  I'orms, and many are born with them \        Anxious to  Reach the Jjnele  fcpare them suffering ov using Arothe        Mombassi   British   Fn*f   Af? .1,'���'.'  ���"'��'"-  --"'Puny  wi r  ���  I ship Admiral,  asking that he be met  here by his special train and that it  take  him   and   his  party  direct from  the   steamer   to   Sir   Alfred     'Pease's  ranch on the Athi river.   This request  again  proves  that Mr.  Eoosevelt ' is  anxious  to  get  into  the jungle     He  will be Sir Alfred Pease's guest for a  n. , ,  .       ,   .. _               .         ���         | fortnight.     The   Admiral   is   expected  fcficJvle s     Anti-Consumptive     Syrur*   here shorllv.  needs no recommendation.   To all who | ,T-^ __'  ^r.f��yeSro^fe !���e8,SS.f0^ot;!W^d   HaVf C'"- A!d  !"  ���*���  \iCiona.   li   C���The Victoria board  Failure  Sig. R. Wrett���"Greasy Grinds' college life was a perfect failure."  Hellth E. Chue���"For instance?"  Sig.    R.    Wrett���"Well,    he    never  learned his claas yell!"���Coyote.  seam of coal of very One quality,  either bituminous or semi-anthracite.  A sample of this has been sent to Ottawa to the geological survey for  analysis to determine its character.  The C. P. R. nas taken a financial-interest in the woik of the company.  -���-.-���**-"-'    ..i. oojn mc ii/��ui in.- iu j^^au iiii/uiuiiii.-*. iur sucu diseases.    II  Prince  Rupert  will   be  completed  in j you gii-c it a trial you will not regret  MlrOf.   Vfllrc   einrl   fll/l   lir.,*.   in   V*n-r*yi/M-iM^.*. I   ,1 "V.*.��i    ,,-ril    f.^.A    *'���    r.i     ._' ._     i,��.  three years and tbe line to Vancouver  in five years.  man island, when; winter quarters will ] of   Kipling  only    the    first  six  Lb established. ' ' -���""���"''���"', wiiii.'n  iv,0 ��..nar.i  ,������r,^��.. i  McKay to be Brought Back  Calgary.���George      McKay,   who   is  colds   and   coughs   and   all   affection.* L, V0'?"3" -/,J . ,.         of tthe  throat  has  unquestionably  es-) ��. Wl!1 memorialize the Domin-  tablished 'its   place   among   the  rverv   ,on   S��yern nent   to construct . a   dry  best medicines for "such diseases     If ,  ,     luimait   sutlici. nt   to   ac-  commodate the'largest battleship, as  a contributhn to imperial naval defence, and also cdopt a policv that  will promote tho building of" steel  ships in th'-- country with a view to  tlie ultimate cor.--traction of ships of  war.  it.    You will find It  vested.  -5 cents' well in-  Examination of the records of 8,00(  cancer cases of which the Middle".*:*  hospital. London, has notes' havi  shown -that there is no evidence thai  the disease is inherited.  operators, and the hitter have not vet  t repli'-d.    Mr   Slifrman say*.:  I     "If the operator'1 do not accept ....... ���-.-   -----  ----  nil   workinc  "liuersj And,eivc thefgale hi  fight  to  (lie  finish  will   st'ind   back of  , we will call out  j and it will be n  j Th.* international  , us."  | Defence Meeting |  j     Ottawa��� Sir   Willi iti  Laurier,  in  ro-'  | ply  to  Mr   Fosl'-r,  said   that  shortly  infier tlie hou-o adjonris Sir Frederick |  ' Horden   and   Hon    Mr'-   Brodeur   will  [���oed  to Lnnd'in t>) confei   with the  autlif)ii!i*s   as   io   the  nroco  be*t  effect, to  imperial ,  menus to l'c ndoiited to give  tlio  term's of' t-ljc resolution on  naval  defence.  Ask  for  Lemieux  Act  Winnipeg.���Prolonged , .negotiations  reach  nn agroeinont. having failed  Oil ,u n'Zcd Cod Liver  pan!,/ Purest'and'best oil  ' Palat-,1,1 predlRest��:d, made  E Sand suitable for the  It J-.catc child or invalid.  ennches the blood, tones  ^es o,ftntre   SyStCm'   and  ts-0,�� rheumatism.'  i        ���*���.!. r-RuoarsTs ,  ?** ni ,.n,,       "~  kY^'-I nii1"Mi��,��I'lr,ot Mr" ^'*'��"','  '��� *l-ietli'    . "���"'���iliira r.a f.l.n r-.b  '"."������� S...W.       To^n(o  . =  ���    reckless sail in  shadow of new skies.  Strong  lust   of gear  shall   drive   him  out and hunger arm his hand  To wring his food from a desert nude,  his foothold from the sand.  His   neighbors'   smoke  shall   vex  his  eyes, their voices break his rest.  He shall go forth till South is North,  sullen  and  dispossessed;  And   be shall   de&ire  loneliness,   and  his  de.siie shrill   bring  Hard on his heels a thousand wheels,  a people and a..king;  And  be shall' come back , in his own  track,   and , by    his    scarce ; cool (  camp;  ' 7 ;      -  There he shall meet the -r.oaq.ng street,  the derrick and the stamp; ���   '. ' '  For   he  must  blaze  a  nation's   ways  with hatchet and with brand,   ;  Till   on   his   lost,   won  wilderness   an  luuuirefs   bulwarks stand.  Warships are Ready for Turkey  London.���It   is   reported   that    hvu  British  warships nt Malta have  been  ordered   to  hold   themselves  in   readiness to pioceed to Turkish waters. The  , report is denied by the admiralty, but  I there is good authority for it.    France  I Iras   two   cruisers      in      readiness   at  Toulon   to  sail     for     Turkey  should  events  warrant.  j Further  Atrocitie  j    Oon.sPiutinopli'.���The   two   American  !?,*,���>-,������   ���*-      ���ci-i   t_,    - ' uiis.sionarie* killed at Adann were Mr  Repeat   it:���"Shiloh*s Cure  will   Rogers  and   /Mr.   Manor.    The  otheis  Dominion  Coming   Up  Paris.���The     annual   report  of  the  British   Chamber   of   Commerce   calls ,  attention to the extent to which trade  with Canada was hampered during the  past  year prior  to  the  ratification  of  the Franco-Canadian  treaty, to which  great importance is attached as showing that the Dominion is coming into  the   forefront   of   the   battle   for   the .  world's trade.  This Should Help Some  London.���It is stated that the commonwealth government has cabled the  admiralty that in the event of an  .emergency the whole naval forces of  Australia will bc placed under its  direction.  liways cure my coughs and colds."  No   Further  Trouble  at   Falls  i aro safe.   A French warship is"hasten-!     *x*ia*-ar*1 Falls.���According to expert    | ing to Mor-una and a British warship I ��Plluon' ������'* danger of fmtber damage  Tii.-, i-.,��r   ���i���i       - .-.           ���        -r   ,    I t0 Alexandria.                                             ; io property by the ice jam is practi-  f-ii. ��iY   LP      i         ,10 ,er.uwe*f Il?l,e"'    ��wr --GOO P^Pls* "ore killed at Tar-   call>" ovcr-   Th<v ���<������.' is going over the  va gl il  ��� ? rtl!UU1C ,0tI  inn��ct��be-- I sus and Alexandria.      The r.ia sacr" I ffllls- aild is P������8 through the gorge  ���   1 hn  M,n ul���"n��rt.",c��'��y*    SIk ,���,���! incendiarism continue.                       without causing any apprehension,  wrrr   oe   ..no  largest, cruiser afloat,  her    will  be  the  largest, cruiser afloat, her  length being 570 feet.  Mi'va.-d's    Liniment    Cures    Dandruff  -r   , ..,'... Cheerful   Giver  Tuberculosis  Legislation              I     ...r���,���m      ,. ,   ,,  .,      ...  rTr,*--.,,-     t         .,i.,.      ,    .  I       -uamma, didn t the missionary sav  lia lfax.���Important legis.-it on deal-   ii,,,*   .i      i     ., ,-,   ,   :..-..-                .-       b-     .***"���"*�����" 'that   the   heathen    didn't   wear    any  The All Red Route  Wellington, N. Z.���A deputation  from the conference of the chambers  of commerce submitted to'.Premier  Ward resolution's of that body, includ  ing a'inotion; for the establishment oi  nn all red route, rind another dealing  vvith the-���desirability' of- compulsory  service.    7' ,'  known    pre-eminently    in   connection  with the liquefaction of gases.  mg with the prevention of tuberculosis- '   .    . Czil  was   introduced   in   the   assembly   by   clofllps?  Premier Murray.     The bill to amend I     "Yes, clear."  the   public   health   act   provides   that '     "Well, mamma, then whv did papa  physicians   shall   report   all   cases   of. put   a    button    in    the    contribution  Sir James Dewar, who was presented '  hy    the    Prince   of   Wales   with   the j  Albert  medal of the Roval society   i* I ;  , ,    -     , -----    *...*.*-   ~  ���'      J tuberculosis   to  provincial   health  au-Yox:  w-ngo:r-i-iluc|io!i.  Editors   Will   Inspect,Warships  '   T.ondon.-"TI..< first, sooimil nnd third  divisions ��� of" the  home JIM  ��"��1:��'  Atlantic   fleet,   .compr.sing   ^   1.  <    ���  ships   and   crnise'r-   and     ..?   to. ��  ,1(Jts,   will   assemble  at  Spdho��1   o  T    ifi   fnr   I hi.   m-ne'.-tion      ot      tin  Juno   10   for  th.'  inspe-tie  colonial joumnlists "'  porifl 1- press conference.  To Capture Bear  Vancouver, 15- ��.- \\- '  the London /oolog  Cubs  re-pro-  ic.'il 'Gar-  sonlinL'    the     .oiuion   //wei "b--������-. '  dons   has loffhoro on nn "X'Sh   i  capture white boar cubs'in the north. \  Is China Contemplating War?  St. Petersburg.���Official despritches  from the far east convey a warning  that Chinese apparently trained soldiers, have been passing ���through  Harbin every week. It is .intimated  that they have a common rendezvous  and contemplate a campaign.  Etna Threatens Dire Destruction  Palermo.���The complete, destruction  of the country around1 Mount Etna is  threatened by. the increased activity  of the volcano. Great, volumes of  steam nnd vapor are ascending from  the era tor.  Veterans' Scrip  Was  Lost  St; Catherine's.���Two war veteran  scrips, worth $1,800 have been lost in  the mails between here and Calgary.  thoritios,   giwng  power     to     munici-  onhties   io   establish   sanatoiiums   for  j he  care  of. ���consumptives' and  estab  .lishing.a standard,of milk puritv.  Will Deplete Our Forests  Toronto.���A' big rush of '.Canadian  umber to tho. United 7States at th  present, .higher prices, w-hich vviii  practically clean out this! country'*  supply in one generation, will be the  result of the, revised United State*/'  tariff, is: the opinion of R. Jupp, a  well-known Northern Ontario lumberman,  who is in the city.  MCKENZIE'S  that Sunlight Soap will spoil  year clothes. There are no  injurious chemicals in Sunlight Soap to bits holes In  even the most dcHknto fabric.  $5,000 aro offered lo anyone finding adulteration in  Sunlight Soap;   .,->  Lady Car.'ing Died of , Excitement  London���Lady Carling, wife of Sir  John .Cnrling, minister of''ncriculturo  in Sir John A. MacDonald's government, .died suddenly of heart disease,  following .the excitement of the wed  ding ,of her granddaughter.  Advance in Flour and Bread  Edmonton.���The  price  of  flour  has  advanced from 10 to 20 cents per 98 lb,  sack;   broad  in .consequence  is  to go  up.  The Edmonton board of trade has  endorsed the daylight saving bill now  before parliament.  SELECTED  FOR  THE   WEST.  Sold by every , wide-awake  ;���merohant/     Insist, on  Mckenzie's  PURE   SEEDS.  and if your dealer cannot supply, send your order to ua  direct.,     Address  BRANDOI  or-  WRITE    S^^Afe  FOR ^S^ALTASi  CATALOG.  A. E. IWKENZIE CO.? LTD.  W. N. U��� No. 738 ~^PV
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of Moyie and East Kootenay. '
F. J. SMYTH. Publish nn.
-One 'rear..' $2.00
.SATURDAY, -MAY, 1'1909.
-, Y"es, you can go fishing today.
The instincr of modesty natural to every woman is often a
great hmdrance to the cure of woisanlv diseases. AVomen
shrink from the personal questions of lhe local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab-
berrcrpr: to them, end so they endure in silence a condition
Of diseases which surely progresses from bad to worse.-
It has bee- Dr. PJerce's privilege to cure a
great many women ir/io have found a rcfn_}e
for -iodestyA ia his offer cf FREE consultation by letter.    All  correspondence is held '
as sacredly confidential.   Hddress D". Ii. Y
Pierce, Buffalo, IV. Y. ' - '  '
who gives it a fair trial.
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Slelc Women Well.
You can't afford to' accept a .ecret nostrum as a substitute
ior this ncn-alcoholic medicine os known co.MPosifroN.
'  c    - -NOTICE '
TAKE XOTICE thnt Ave  intend
to apply  to  the  Superintendent"
of provincial Police,  after  thirty
days froni the first appearauce  of
- With ' the    present    price  . of,this flotice, for thei^ tranafe'r from
•vrhoat nil iiour id   "ai
these days.  '
' .TJie agitation  for, a   bank  for
?»loyie should he renewed.
v„  ourselves to Alex Campbell of th%
The Alojfie board of trade sosuns
;to /bV suffering  from   that    new
inalady known as "sleeping  sick
Spokesman-Review:—--For    sale,
at Jbargain i^rices—One 'up-to-date
' harein.    Apply to  Abdul Hamid.
jOwner is out of a job aud   must
.sell.   ■   • 'r
Jicenco to sell iutoxicafciusr liquors
at' the Cosmopolitan Hotel in
Moyio, B. C."
Dated tins 22nd day of April, A.
D. 1009.   " '    ■'
I   O. O. F.
ttlldej   I.--I.* >'°- 44-
Meeih '1 uo-.i.u evenings in  ifc-Gregor
hall   on   Vrotnriii   e-rrect.    Sojourning
Odd Fellow-cnrdmllv invittri.
Cdas. J. Winrrr        P. J- Smyth.
.V.il.n- i.r/irid.    ' riecr'y
Yon Cannot
Afford, to Pay
**t. l.iigt-jie Lsid^re Nn. 37.
K. of P.
JMeoli* tvFry'Thursrtay
. yeiiing    in    AlcGre(.oi
liitl'l ni 8  ('clrick.   Vi—
iiing bjfitbfip invited
B! E.  Tavlor, E. A. Hiix
Chancellor Com. ' K. E, hit* H,
Selkirk Lode**,  U. 1).
A.Z\   &   A. M.
Regula,r ineotiner**
on'the first Wednesday      of   each
month. Y   ' "
visiting bretheru welcomed.
0. T. McGregor, W.'M.
„ D. A. Ay res, Secretary. 0
,      STOl' AT THE
K. II. SMALL, aiauascr.
Good rooms, good tables and  bar
«mi   first -r*bi«s eHinph-' r^otne.
B. E. WALKER, President   ,     i
ALEXANDER LAIRD, Geaeral W.innger
money t;
Wm. Jewell
WJien you'eans purchase
,   Lots fbr I65-.00
' 'i
,Take .notice  that 'I  intend   to
apply  to  tho Stiperintendeu't  of
Provincial    rojice, - after   thirty
days from the,first appearance  of
i' -        j-     -j
this notice, for a  renewal iof  my
,Ledge:—Chemistry/is a'uTVonder-| licence to sell f intoxicatingYiqii- J Y-,*      .        ,   .     .   ,R.
ful science.    Toucan make a fooljors under  the'provisions  of 'thePUJ1 a< levr-deit .m- J3io.Ok   II
out of theVisesfc' mm by  mixiug Jsfcatut£^ ,ij^   fc^'afc   be'Ealf,  in   "the „, ,,   .at this price
'   , ■ '       ...        c    i    i   -i    ' -t1    premises described as, thet'!Ivlo3,ie'
a large Quantity of. alcohol   with  *    L ,  -~    .   -r,1*-, .        -
..      v     ," * < • LTote,.Moyie, 33:* C.     '<\    '    .
Moyie   Miners'   trnibn
No. 71  VV. F.of M.*
Meets in McGregor hall every  Saturday evening:.,',.   Sojourning   members
are cordially invited to attend.   '",    <
Malcolm McNeill     James Roberts
'   i' President.      '     • •   '     Secretary
tbe gastric juice in his stomach
' For   the  month of March   the
Consolidated   Carnparty   made"   a
*   *t> Y '
profit of $70,000.    This^looks   like
prosperity,"and it is .also' an  indi-
i   /■
Dated this  2SLfch  day . of April,
A.WD. 1909.     . ". -  -    „
catiou of good management on the
*y> *
part  of   tho  company. ■    -
Those^ who  have'had  faith,  in
Moyie are winning-^out.    Take  a
look,over the-town and you'can
r,    i   / "*■ • i.
easily rilace  your*1*finger  on  the
.    e ,     ..
„ optimists'and'-on those .who  are
a,n.'lieted with chronic "cold feet,"
Wonderful     how     sonsational
,     - *        i      .i.i *
news  travels.,   The  Chicago  Saturday JBZ.tda   of April  11  ha.s' a
' ;   '    NOTICE
i 1
< Take  notice1 that  f iri tend'to
apply to  the  Superintendent   of
Provincial    Police,  "after   thirty
days, from the first appearance' of j
this notice, for 'a renewal  of my
licence'to sell intoxicating liquors, under, the .provisions  of  tbe
statutes in that  behalf,   in *the
premises described as the   Cosmopolitan Hotel, 'Moyie, B. 0.1   .
'     '\  ALEX CAMPBELL^ " - '
Dated* this. 28th  day YE Avpril,-
A/D.-ltJoO.'        '    ^    . . " -
CABIN for,, rent, $8.00
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t <
' K ' M<
Harvey,    McOarter  &
-f ','....   -(,
, , MacdonalcL
• Barristers, Solicitors, N"otaries/ Etc.''
- '   '    i , /     J.-rt.
Oranbrook, * i   -    B. C.'
w. f; gurd, 1     y.,
,      * I' , 0 '.
7bakristk«, SOC.ICITOR.^BTC.     '
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CRANBROOK.   ,"•,'•        ..      ' B. C
•>■>     " v        i     - , l ■ i    • '
DR. F. B. MILES,   ,
\   ,. . -'   j -.'     -y     -J - -
Cranbrook, "  /    « B, C.
Express and General Delivery; Business. Livery and
Feed Stable. *   *'.
For Sale
i      ,    - f ,     ,      i      i
l!.eave Ordors-air"'^       ,
'    Gwynne'd Store.       '  " "'
Moyie,      '        „  British Co..unribin
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■'■ STEAM,    .'>'""*<>
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v . 1 I     , >
^      "        NELSON   ,, . .
All White Labor
Paid-up Capital, r$10con.
.    , Reserve Fund, -fif"Di
telegraph or letter.
COLLECTIONS ,made in all parts of Canada and in r   -
FOREIGN   BUSINESS.     Cheques ,and drafts on the ^   7*
'    ' Great Britain and other foreign countries bought ^ f ^
CRANBROOK BRANCH.     . ■ ,   /    '"      n T'PPYui,"'
y yPractical Watchinakw*
"■'     ;.   ,     and Jeweller.
'New. goods „in , Watclies, Clock«j t„ V
•/   .and' l>lat^,   Tnsp^ioXruSS
tl '    '*-v   l>
,j'Jewe]leiyiDopartmojit;,sTHE DAYLIGHT SToSl
■ \; moyie.'-1;.» •rf>un>rJurS/^uara]1^;,|
Laave work with the   local agent
' A. B.; STEWART.   -
St.   Joseph's ' Convent.
-  '< .     ,,   -,, ' , * ■ *■
i. - NELSON, B. C.     ""    ;-',   t     ,_
hoarding and Day School"conduct-j
ed>y ine Sisters of St.' Joseph, Nelson
B. C. -Commercial , .and'N biisinefeB,
courses a 'specialty. '"Excellence, and,
swift progress characterize caclr.de-'
partment.   Parents  should   write "for
Take notice that   wo" intend   to
large carton  showing1 the   whip-  apply  to  the  Superintendent  Df  part)c-lar9'   'One month, assures  the
ping-    affair   that   happened    at j Provincial    Police,    after    thirty   rm,,,"> ","   "'""■
. "Wattsburg a few  weeks  ago.    It  days from1 the first  appearance of
George fi,Thompson,,
Y    - ,c . ">  ■   °--,*i/ '    ■"'.   i J   -
--'.    -■ "•-'.    .  BAKRISTKK, t-OLICITOH       fv
- < i*-1 tary Public, &C*1; '" - .- .
ii    , *■ v i' * i     i   l ' ° *"
CRAXBROOK, J     Bkitish Colcmbia
W, R. BEATT^V:^.', Y
/'*'-*   '-     -^ .,-■'"•>." • ,'   * ,,r
•I,' * Embalmer'and Undertaker,"    ""   '
Phone 9.Sj   . '  "     """CRANBROOI^
i-epreseuts a man tied to a tree
v/itbolii? body bared to hid hips,
and another man laying on the
lash. Wails is attired in riding
boots, a slouch bat, shirt open at
- the neck with sleeves rolled up,
and no su*pender-3. Tn appearance he has Simon Legree faded
in many ways.
The friends of Frank Sherman
are indignant over bis expulsion
from the Socialist Party of Canada by the Calgary bunch. The
District Lodger at Fernie says:
"No absolute potentate ever
showed a more narrow, tyrannical
spirit than the Canadian Socialists in dismissing, ou such a flimsy
charge, the ablest man in their
ranks in Western Canada. The
trouble -was that he was too
strong for them. It was not the
letter to Cushiug that caused his
expulsion. That was tho excuse.
Mr. Sherman will not be injured
by the action of the Socialist.*-,
but the Socialist society will be
injured by tbe loss of r. good
Needed a  Nip.
this notice,.for'a renowal of our
licence co sell intoxicating liquors, under;, the provisions, of the
statutes in that behalf, in the
premises described as the, E.ist
Kootenay Ilofcel, Moyie, B. C.    -
Dated this 28 th day of April, A.
D. 1909.
public the   thoroughness   of   the
Sisters' methods oi teaching. Terms
commence January, April and Sept
Pupils are admitted durinc tern*.
t *-      i.
Take ^notice .that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police, after thirty
days from the first appearance of
tJbis notice, for a renewal of my
lkience to sell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions of the
statutes in 'that behalf,, in the
premises described as tho Yahk
Hotel, Yahk, JB. 0.
Dated this 28th day of Aptil, A.
D. 1909.
,      BUY  YOUR
Cigars ,
A. B, Stewart
Phe camel looked at the eye of
ie needle and shook his hump.
Y "It doesn't look as' if I could
get through there.-:" he remarked.
' ' "Oh, come take/a nip,'' said the
sympathetic elephant. "Perhap?
that will give you courage."   •
"Perhap3.it.will.;"  I do-nead  an
eye-open6i*,''don't J?" •■■"•'     -
Take notice that I Intend to
apply to the Supcrintentent of
Provincial Police, after thirty
day? from the first appearance of
this notice, for a renewal of my
lif.vnce to sell intoxicating liquor*-, under the provisions of the
--tatutc-s in tl>at behalf, iu the
premises d.*sciibcd ns tho International Hotel, .Moyie, I). C.
Dated   this 28th  day of. Apiil
A.".D;,i909;-  ■ ■        '■"'    !  ',,'    ,
§j   ■ R.HyDWYER, -■
'fJxBEUTAKER     Ay;'r,        ■   ,
_-   Embalmkr
.: ■■'   Y    NOTICE   ■•
Tuko notice that I intend to
apply to the Superintendent: of
Provincial ■ Police, after thirty
days from the first appearance of
this notice, for a renewal of my
licence to sell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions of the
statutes hi that behnlF, iu the
premises described as the Central
Hotel, Moyie, B. C.
Dated this 28th day of April, A.
D. 1009. '
The Air Aristocratic
13 what young men are keen for.
_ Coned dress helps a lot lo achieve
_ Well made clothes arc sold  everywhere.
q Well Sly led Clothes are as rare as
White Blackbirds. .-,
^ .We stake everytiiing on
Style      ..;;-■'■■- 'jr'"
Y    Distinction
Good Form
that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes
supreme in fayor of the young men.
<"} Tailored to order from $12 ti $30.
"jj. Money back for any reason.
If 3'on want a stylish, -'up
to date tailor made suit, call
and inspect our spring goods
before ordering elsewhere.
We * guarantee all
Our Work.     *
^Cleaning,      repairing and
pressing done.
Prices Right.
Merchant Tailor,
B. C
-UESAUI-NIKK     BROS,   rops!
Large sample room in connection
with house for commercial men. .Best
of accommodation.   7        Y
';.,.;'  Headquartera for. Commercial and Mining Men.
Queens avenue,
'     ' PROMPT DELI VERY.      „ '1
Queens' Ave,; , -IJMOYIE
l"   ,.« y    -'- <J i>  "..       Vi-v"\ j-"-i-'"-;-;
B.G. 'Steam Laundry
.... -    „ i , -*;   y *     *-     ,, - «*"
- Y- y. ."-*-'    \^'- * ■> -■"" ~"v'
\ y ;■  ' .'cranbrook'. „ y";/ _^.
Give our work" a trial and ,,leave
, .*■'    '        2wor^" "with        > ,
Mrs- Sophie Sallstrom
This hotel is  now    aider  new
management, and is first class
k in every respect. ' '
B. E.   TAYLOR, Mgr.
Victoria Street. MOYIE
Large, ass.ortmen t ; 6i ] Go-Carts 'and Ea by Carriaa
v.J   * '«'*   \"*T   "■     *"   "''■*-., -A "„" -rji --v ,
• j^h'jLys, j.'   y, -..pjii^Qg from: $o up!° ;
^   ./'I
As made byjthe i»*escnt brewer is admittedly tie I
Best Beer in Easti'Kobtenay. .With tlie Best Malt j
and the Purest Spring* Water it is unexcelled forf
riuality. j_ Insist on having, Moyio lBeer.     '
" ,u'  Y* " K3MCO"S'Z!E;, 33- 0«
Cigars,   Tobacco, -Fruit  and
South  Victoria   St.
T.T.McVittlc.C.H.,        PL. 8. II. V. Parker. C
Provincial Land Survpyino-
Estimates Furnished.
Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.
Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.
1   '   P.,F._JOEJV:STOJV'    ,
Thia HoteHs New and well Furnished Xhj
Tables are Supplied with the Best tM
-    Market affords. Tha Bar is Filled witl
the J3est Brands of Liquors and Cigarsj
5IOTTIC - - _    -     _ _ _ jjiflTISIlCOlCMli"
,     0f I.
MOYIE, B. 0,
ring is Mere
*V-ii* ,-,*n-°i-£ J, V   *-—-*. Cliolcm ftiul
jrC-j.*.s/.*>jras6. _ S   Diarrhoea licmedy.
Kc cr ffls.   J!"'y it now.    It tany iavc life.
On sale by
NOTICE. •■. ' .
TAKE NOTICE tlmt Robert Ciimpboll oi
aioylc, fi. C. ooenjiaUdn, Merchant, Intends to
apply for permission to purchr-se the following
described lnuds:       ' ,
.lioglhDinc; nt. the S. AV. Corner of Tx*t No. 237,*;
Uroup onii; thence West four ebains'and fifty
six links (1.5C); tbenee NVrth Forty Chains
(-10); thmieo EastTvve'nt./-c>ne Chains:(21) more
.r less to east side of irdvio Lfike being the
vcBte-rn boundary pf Lot No. 2375;" thence following tbe western boundary of lot No. 2375 in
a southerly direction to place of beginning, consisting of fifty (00) acres more or less.
DATED, April lOth.jl'jM. ..,',■
now  is the  time   for
(every good citizen   of
Moyie    to   'think    of
building and   improv
ing their town.
""■■■■■•■; SEE"'■■,:■;■"'
Estimates  cheorfnlly  given,


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