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'-_ <  y  |These^ew:artistic designs and "patterns,  ���eibes'tr- ever^shown by,us and, the'rapid sales  lichwe are'making is- ample reward ,for the' -'  ,,,��.' ft     ���",   , r  (-h ,     . ,  |       ' I ' *        ' -if'"      *���' I   I l I*   '  ire-and-trouble'rexercised' in selecting. .They  ire;always sold on sight. \ /;,;   ,   ���,    ,    y,   ,������/  Br *t* -  >/  are.,-  |   _    GENERALyFLOAT .   ;|  'Kaslo will celebrate May 2-ith.  -,*- { *,      ���������������       (- ,j,i  .The coal mines at Frank are to  be re-opened: /.  Renewal Of/  :   !"    y'1 ','  Lead;B6untyi  - **.  - The ^ Dominion  exhibition ' will  open at   Calgary   on   Junt!.29th!  **\ i  ANDCKl  _-,-   'v- ���-. YJ-j VC - wit'i cwAMTx.f; YyY c Y,."  /*��� - *T  .    j vr j..  m  r' t 1 ^"-j-i     **��� i'       "W e'-^I f'  |*vyl^a^6d^  j'T  ifrW.:*!.!'"^  J*Vjf  Gqnieetionery  A.-.school has been opened at  Prince lluperfc with��eight pupils  as a starter,      , "-,   .- ^ ',  1 Martia Burrell- will be the Conservative candidate (in vthe, Y'ale-  Ca'riboo riding.''   -,     ,     J  i.viV".  ::'*/���;  -Bl  irfwtf  _i,ri?  fc.-cS"/,/    U'   -ll" .  - z;V_  t-f ,>yK, .as;v- *  -, ,F. S." Hixssey has. received* over  "forty applications for liquor Hceii'  sea at Prince Rupert.   * -? ��� ��� *  *,-..v,   *" ,\ Y^ v' '���"   ���'  I, 'The steamers-going north, from  Vancouver find if, difficult "to - ac-  ,**   ,...,'' , -   ,  commodate all'the traffic.    ,'.-  i'V-*-4'i-^,5-*.ci':'"'tl''i'*i''' "a" /.'������  ^'��� -���'��� '-1' -*. * &' w-���!  IVrEiveo  ^WMYRMEM;2EEOUR':  :4-i t.1  BABY  ���o^r-a^ACli'opT-Oats knd .-WheatY; ^^.^ Y. ^,  _1 The ,Pope"!" ha3 issued*, a decree  assigning Sc/ John.the'BaptisD as  the.patrqn saint off Canada.    , <,' '  ,,*!*   ^ , , --.I T~.   *"     -*  ,       -,  " The ���profits, of ."the   Hercules  mine,*in,the  Coeur d'Alenes;< for  ftie":year "lb^'Vere $765,160.80"  ���*-; t ���..'   ..    "'7   '/ ��' ,  _.��'' *     n ^jft.j. -i   _     .'c*   ,:, �� J  ,.;The^brew'ery.'J.at JSandon  was,  tiurned'to the ground "Tharsday  G. O.'Buehanan, of Kaslo,' gov-  eminent, distributer of  the lead  * ,    j.    '  bounty,  was in   town   today on  ���> - ,{   -        - i  official business at the Sfc. Eugene.  1  ��i ~ Z i  Mr. Buchanan seems confident the  lead ,bounty," wliich expires  on  June- "jbtb,     will,,be   .extended.  Only" a portion"- of the money  In ,  appropriated for this,purpose hag  been used and, with the prespnt  price and outpiit"ofjIead���there is  enough of thelbounty yet ' unearned to run another six year3.'  ,*. ,1. 0., O.1 F. Anniversary.,,  C> r    '  ' ,     'J *'      r      \\        ' '  ��* Fifty-five . Odd**' Follows" in re-  galia attended,, s"er'vic3 at the  Presbyterian church-last "Sunday  evening. These with'the.regular  members Yof the  ', congregation T It is said that Chas - Farreli has  ^**s"-* "������s^^ass.-***^*^***** *t>*�� fir  |        LOCAL ASSAYS |  Tiy.the   Moyie Brewery   bock  beer.   '"'.���_. , , r  Frank   INfurphy  was  op   from  Gateway during the we'ek. - -  Geo. Gunn;came over from Nelson Tuesday.  The Catholic ladies will hold' a  social next Saturday,- .May 9th.  P.,!Lutner is making some improvements on his place. r      -   ,  Ai "W. Davis, formerly, at the St.  Eugene, is now in Montreal.    ^ ���"  It. Cam bell and Chas. A. Mac-  JKay were in Cranbrook Tuesday.  Father Choinel held ser'vices'at  the Catholic church last Sunday.'  - Okas. Iader'wie*!, of the Moyie  Brewery, >vas in Craubrook 'Tuesday.    '  . <���    '       ���    '  Mrs.,J. B. Ttadd is up from Belle  vue, Alfca., , visifcin.? - with her  daughter, Mrs. Thos. MacFarlane.'  -The;-Moyie football teim will  play the Cranbrook boys at Cranbrook on the lSfch.1"'' "  72  rsu.  afternoon.r  ancei$6,d00.:  Loss' $15,000; ' insur-  , ,'F.J. Deane hWsbFd the, Nelson  Daily News to ;W. G.' McMorris,  who for a year or more has beea  the b"usiness\manager.*  >^.i.!"A.HilTsVNew House.    ,'  filled -the.church*to its full seating capacity."*;- Rev. Mr. Fiadlay,  of Trail^preached &'splendid and  appropriate sermon", taking his  text from-1st'Corinthians 12-20,''  "If one member suffer, all the  members ^suffer vwith- it: if one  member be honored all th^^mein-  r- ~ < f I-  bers rejoice jvith. it." * There was  special siiiging by the'ehoir, which  was assisted-by Mr.7>K.amiii, cornet^ and Miss Riddle,'violin. , Two  struck a good body of ore on  his  property, the Society Girl.  HYCross, manager of ,'the .Cooperative store, haa moyed into  his new / residence   on  Tavistock  "street. ,' /    t    -      *  i.  Tin's is fche-time pf tlie year to do your painting, while.thq.days are cloudy and cool, and 'befor,o  the dust begins to fiy.-      , Y      -        '���,'''  ,We carry Prism Brand ready mixed   paint, in'  all the leadingvcii'lo'rs.  .Also   white'lead, 6il', Uir-.  pontine, varnishes, paint brushes, etc., etc.  ���       .-With Prism Brand, mixed paint''vou   can- do  /your own-work as well as any painter. - '  ffry a tin on your kitchen ceiljng or .wainscot-.'  ing- and bet convinced that with Prism' Brand -vou-  are a painter.' * *        .  *v. r.        ' *     * t t ^  acEacherd & Macdonald '"  ..._ - ��� i.    i. Y  " -"   ���  itQil  *"-*-'* '���''fJ-^V'STr/BJ*"*-!5^-. -V  as  -j?W.jh '  ___^Si^^n  ��*��?��� H*   ���'   *\..  .-**- \ ,��7  ���T.U  >.    solos  were sung i by  Mrs   Patre-  ^ku/Hill-ha^let^the' contract quinVThe church was" tastefully.  for the^'ujldingjof HiCnSw. resid-, decorated wifch rfant8���nd�� flowers  eh'ce to Geo. "iieask &' Co., of Cran  ��� e *,*     *    ' *^r,  *      ���   '- * ,  brook.'  Vys.-Liddicoat,0 ofj thai  m  ^^iY-OVR''��OW^^STOIL&^m^  5=M��*- JS*fl-*ij, *$��&.*_ *1V- 4,-fcl txAr .',.^.'  IVIf'-W.'si'-'.s! T-fSV*!.*   1  wie Co-Operatiyeh.Associatidiiv Ltd  /   -f.W *    J-��.r*;  Union- Made' 'Flour./   We  have  tested   this  bed  Bestj  lied  d Cie  IAL  sb coin  ������9*  aiity is first class..' $3.40 and!   $3.75' Pfor' Sack. >  ; ���    -      r^ i  * Special prices this week on      ,-. ,  1 jMcorbady skoiBs., V  , <       ��� - ���     ..    j  r.   ���        '      ,'       -        -      -     -   "    ' ' ,     - '  Cash. , Deposit Accounts Opened  ''* FAKRELL   BLOCK  that  firin^was here"tlii3u-wee_ making  thefinal arrangements, "and ' work  wiirprobablyhe started Mohday;.-  Xtj'will'be' a. tVo/story hiiildingV  2-ixiO feet "and will   have, nine  v       .   i   * '*-  rooms." The approximate cost  .will be about $1500-       '   ,  decorated with plants'and ^flowers  for tlie occasiottT -^     ?;���--'V i*  ,/        * i *-- '������   -���* < r -i.    ���,    ,;.. ; ;,  *. , Dancing Club'1--Disbands. - '���?  . '-Ai  \  The Debating Club;  ' The following, subject will be  debated next Monday evening,-  May 4 th. "Resolved that tho extension 4 of the Bounty ou lead is  fit and proper legislation." As  this is a topic dealing with' practical politics, it' is to be hoped  there' will be a good attendance.  *to**-  |SL.__t_ 3��_xt_xte-��z.3t��3��z-xit_��t.sfcLX**_tfz.rfr -xb^rfi!rfz-s$zj*z..^^,j-fc  MOYIE'S  XEADING   HOTEL'.    '   Y y  [j.  oter Kootenay   j  -    ��� '  v'  l < * '     Y- - VY-,^  The best of-accommodations J>  for the Traveling Public. |  Billiard Booms,  Was Severely   Scalded.  Sam Potter was severely scalded while working around the  boilers atv" the' St. Eugene last  Sunday. The burns while very  painful are "not necessarily serious.  YThe dance'in'Morley- hall-AVed-  i    * ... ���*   I.',      i       /. -. ,  nesday evening' marked ' the end  of the ^dancing  school,*, and - the  disbanding of-   the . club.  ' Three  months ago the" club  was  organ-1^  izedand Morley hall ,was  rented  The membership increased steadily1* and   the  school and    soei.il  dances were always well attended.  When the club   disbaDde 1   there  was a good surplus  in the treasury.. *     .*      -i  May Have Moving  Pictures.  wLargo and Commodious Sample Booms.  -   MoTAVISH _ CAMERON Proprietors. 4  TQRONT��  Why is it  that 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   Ask ,  E. A. HILL  9  Galliher's New Job.  W. A'. Galliher, M. ,P.', has been  offered the position of western solicitor and legislative agent for  the G. T. P- with headquarters at  Vancouver. It is stated that he  will accept.  Geo. J". McHenry, manager of  the Cranbrook Opera house/ -was  in Moyie" the first of the week  looking over the situation with a  view to giving a show here one  night each week. ' Mr. McHenry  understands his business thoroughly and puts up a show equal  in that line to any in Spokane,  Vancouver or Seattle. It is to be  hoped he will be able to complete  arrangements for coming here.  Where Laurier Will Speak.  JohnFerogliais home from his  trip to the Coeur d', Alenes. He  was at Wallace as a witness on a  mining'suib. ".' ,Y -< .' - - -  "*Mrs. Conrad,- witlK her two  children, Frank and -Gurtrude,  ieffc,< last 'Sunday - for ^Missoula,  Mbnt., on a visit. <���' ,-.' ' ..  v,Wm Woods now'has charge of  the Mbyie Dairy. Y    - *  ",* After a.shufcdown'of a few days  work ,has-been' resumed, on the  Cambrian propercy.,-^ Y* >''   -   -*,  e -Anewdry'is^being'-built'at ^the  Lake Shoro workings of St.'Eugene. . l    ,,"      -      ' -   t  '-  The best fishing in the country  is said ,to be in "Munroe lake,  which ii a short distance from  the upper Moyie lake. '  The appearance of the Presbyterian church is being improved  by a coat of paint.   *  Wm. Serrick can lay claim to  being one 'of the cleverest men  with a jack kuife in the country.  One little fete he accomplishes is  the cutting of 26 links out of an  ordinary match.  Methodist   church,    tomorrow  evening at 7:30.    The  Rev.  Wm.  Boulton's subject will be:    "What  is Man?"   You   are  cordially  i11- liisheci  vited.   -  Trouble At^Nome.  False reports ate being spread-  as to,conditions existing at present in the Nome and Seward Pen-  insula ;districts: ."The "capitalist  press and the employment sharks  are circulating  reports,.endeavor  'METAL   MARKET.'  ,   New York���B.u* t-ilver. ."55 ,  Lead,-S'l.75. -Cppppr,��l'3 ct".  Lo.vDOx-YLead, ��13/v.js" , *"''-  LOCAL    SIMMS.  ing'to-shWj that���work will be- ^'l3S Lnella As-.eltinc, repro-  .pie'trtiful-ancl wages " high this seating the B-C.'S tfcurcliy Sanset'"  coming  season.YAs " a mitter of   was in town Thursday.''  fact pro-ipecb3 were_ n9ver worse,  and conditions'there are au exact  counterpart of those outside- At  letst73 per cent of tho-population  ia'o&b of employment. Em'ploy-  ers and transportation, corupanies  ���ve endeavoring to .flood the country with men _in -order 'to bring  do-rvn wa^es and are u-sing* eve^-y  endeavor to allure people there.  Workingmen are warned to take  heed and stay" away from these  during 1908. This advice comes  fro��i the Xonis Miners' Union  No. 210. *   Haywood is Out.  LIQUOR LICENSE  ACT.  ���'���/���  THE    FURNISHER,  . ? **t*^**��-��*- "** ��*�� -*"-�������- M}r-4t__it_re_ sto-xt-sto-tir-it.s'tr. .- ��� 3&t_t&__0__��z. ^"'  :;:|f yJmperia! Bank of Canada.     ;  rll   *.     1*  Notice is hereby given that one  month after date I intend to apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for a renewal of  my Hotel Licence to sell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions  of the Statutes in that behalf, in  the premises known and described  as the Moyie Hotel, situated at  Moyie B. C, to commence on the  1st day of July. 1008.  Philip F. Johnston.  Moyie, B. C, May 1st., 1908.  "Wlieu Premier Laurier visits  British Columbia during the coming summer he will speak ab  seven places in the province,  uamoly: Vancouver, Victoria,  New "Westminster, Nauaimo,  Kamloops, Nelson, Cranbrook,  and that po3sibly Grand Porks  might be added to this list.  St. Eugene Boarding   House.  -Capital  Authorized   .Capital paid up   irilest ' ���   $10,000,000.   4,925,000.  ..��� 4,925.000.  -���*.::  '..  V  , Savings bank  department,  ���! Interest allowed on deposits from date  of  deposits  ; ^avtrMHtsid quarterly.  qKiiNBROOK BRANCH,  and  LIQUOR LICENSE ACT..  ->vj  V.   h  l ' * -fr ���    ���  ��� 1     If.  **L  ***Jt'*jr^.  *   *���*    ��  i<  ��� f>  -  ��� ��� j  1 "    "-r.'v  -'.i    Or*  1 -^'.a.  tAfij* s Win.���  i.r.  il   fs *  J. F, M. PINKHAM, Manager.        *  Notice is hereby given that one  month after date I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of my  Hotel Licence to sell intoxicating  liquors, under the provisions of  the Statutes, in that behalf, in  the premises known amd described  as the Manhattan Hotel;, situated  at Moyie B. g., to commence on  the 1st day of July, 1008.  Philip P. Johnston.  Moyie, B. C. May 1st, 190S-.  On May 1st the management of  the St. Eugene boarding house  changed hands. Mr. and Mrs..  Lenihan have given up the position, and the boarding house is  now being looked after by P. J.  Walsh! Mr. , and Mrs. Lenihan  will probably be leaving j Moyie  shortly. 7  Payday May 9th.  There was a social dance at the  Lake Shore hotel Tuesday evening. It was given by Mr. and  Mrs. Dimock, of the Cosmopolitan. There was a good, jolly  crowd and all had  a   big    time.  *.  Ice cream and cake were served.  The Dancing Club will hold a  meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4:  30 o' clock.  FOR RENT���Barber shop next  door to Leader office. Apply to  C. A. Foote.  Don't forget that all free miners certificates expire ou the 31  of this month, aud must be renewed pr^ior to that date. F. J.  Smyth is deputy mining recorder  for Moyie and vicinity, and is the  proper person to appljr to for  these certificates.  Thero was a Colt revolver and  belt taken from trhe Second Hand  store by some person, probably  as a joke; However, the joke has  now been carried too far to suit  the owner of the store and he  wants his property returned  forthwith. He says the party  who has the gun is well known to  him.  "William D. Haywood, for many  years the secretary and   treasurer  of   the    Western   Federatiou of  Miiters,' has been ousted from the  executive board of  the  orgauiz^-  tion.   by   the   members    of   that  body.   ^Announcement of this action appeared oflicially in the  following statement that  was  pub,-  in    the  Miner's   Magazine;  "To Whom    It   May Concern:  This is   to   inform   j'ou   that  the  executive board  of the  Western  Federation of Miners has  decided  to terminate the services of  William D. Haywood as a representative of the Western Federatiou of  Miners in the -'field,  the  same to  take  ellect   on   tho  Sth   day of  April 19 OS.  ��'C. E. MAIIOXEY  "Vice President, W. F. M."  Giving Satisfaction.  The west bouud Soo-Spokane  service i-3 proving -very satisfactory to the people of M.iyic  can now go to Cranbrook in the  afternoon and return early the  next morning, or you can go to  Spokane in the morning and return the same evening, if you so  desire. , Every morning since the  new service started there bave  been passengers to get on and off  at this point.  Walter,Wels was injured   wKU-)  workiug in the mine  lar-b-Tuur-*-���  ,days.    A rock,"fell  on ^his  back.  Ho' will' bo    laid  up  for  -Several  days.**- ,    - " ' 7   ,'" /      <  1 ���*    i (     *  , Mi*.  SiwerbuLis hreturned.    ye-V  terday from hi-* trip to 'the B ��m-  dui-y country. ��� ���"".���-  E A. II;iggen, a" mining.- engineer of RoVelab-jk'-,   was  in   co,��vn  this week1 taking  a   look' at   tlid  Aurora property.  Mr. McCree, Mr;-. Patrequin and  Miss Stinson were down   to   Creston Taursday taking pwb in    tho  Presbyterian  oncevfc wliich  was  held there'that evening.  Rev. E. P.   F.ewelling,  of  the-  Church  of  England,    Cianbrook,  will hold services in   the   Mi-iera'  Union hall one weak flora Sunday  May 10th, at' 11 o' clock a. m.  Cranbrook Herald:���Mrs. Fraa'c  McMahon was was down from  Jlimberly last -week visiting her  mother, Mrs. Soper, who is in tha  hospital.  LOST���������An E lgie wa*.ch charm  about six week ago. Finder will  be rewarded by. returning same  to B. J. Riley.  COOK���First class experience  and reliable, wishes position iu  hotel^or boarding house. Apply  J. J/T. Box 494. Nelson.  FOR   S ALE ���T.vo    giod, sub *  stanti.vl hous.es and lots  on  easy  terms.    AppIybJ h\ J. S nyfc'i.  Liberal Convention Date.  Tho Li'^Tal nominating conven-  One tion for the dominion electoral  district of K-jotenay will take  place in Nelson o.i the afternoon  of Thursday, June I. Mjyie is entitled to two deloh ote-.  The Races.  On account of the regular date  for payday at the St. Eugene  falling on Sunday this month, the  men will be given their cheques  on Saturday, May 0th. The  amount to be paid out is $40,000.  Another Fable.  The camel looked at the eye of  the needle and shook his bump,  "It doesn't look as if I could get  through there, does it?" he remarked. ;  "Oh, come take a nip," said  tho  sympathetic   elephant.     Perhaps'< [nmhei, is tm  the g[.ouud   for  the  that will give you courage." stairs np  the hi!1  for   the   foot  "Perhaps it will.    I do  need  anj pagsse���pM.s  and the,sft   wili be con  eye-opener, don't J?" ' stru-ju'd as" soon as'nossihli.-.'   '  Ci-aiibrp-ik Herald;���The track  is getting into good shope, and  after every rain the roller is put  to. woik and kept at it \so that  Cranbrook will have one of tho  best tracks in Western Canada  by th<i time of the race meeting.  on Mny ISth and 19ch  next.    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THE TsTCAT)TCR. MOYIE. imTTISII CQLUMBIiL
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REFUGEES
By A. CONAN DOYLE.
Author   of   "The   Return   o.'   Sherlock
Holmes"
Copj-rlRht, 1893, by Harper <fc Brothers
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'   criArTun iv.
OUIS had walked ou to liis devo
tions    in   no    very    eliai-table
frame of mind, as was easily to
be seen from Ins clouded brow
,    and compressed lips.  He knew bis late
favorite  well, ber  impulsiveness,  her
j, .audacity, ber lack of all restraint when
thwarted or opposed.  She was capable
of, making a hideous scandal, of turning   against   him   that   bitter   tongue
which Liad so often made him laugh at
tlie expense of others, perhaps'even of
making  some  public  exposure  which
would leave him tbe butt and'gossip of
Europe.   lie shuddered at the thought.
At all costs such a catastrophe must be
averted.   And  yet how' could he  cut
,, 'the tie  which bound them?   This wo-
/'man,-would struggle hard, fight to thc
7 bitter end, before sha'would quit the
position which was so dear to her." 'She
spoke of her wrongs.   What were'her
wrongs? ' Y '
In his intense selfishness, nurtured
by the'eternal (lattery wVicb was the
very air he breathed, he could not see
lliat the Ufteen years of her life which
lie had absorbed or the loss of'the husband whom.lie had supplanted--gave
', Jier'any claim'upon him. 'in his view
he had raised her to thc highest position which a subject- could occupy/
Now lie'was weary of her, and'it was'
. her duty to retire.,with resignation-
nay, even -with gratitude for past favors. - She'should have a pension, and
the children should be cared for. What
could a reasonable woman' ask ,for
'   more? -, ' , ,- •
On the whole, his conscience acquitted linn.  But in ,this one matter he had
been  lax1.    From  the first coming  Of
j his gentle 'and forgiving young wife
from Spain he had never once permitted her to be'without, a rival.    Now(
that she was dead the matter was no
bettor.1   Oue   favorite  had 'succeeded
another," and if De Montespan had held
'   ber own so long it was rather from her
audacity than from'his affection.   But
now  Father   la   Chaise   and  Bossuet
1   were ever reminding hi in that heJhad
topped tho summit of his life and'was
already    upon   that   downward   path
which'.leads to the grave." The time
had come for gravity and  for calm,*
neither of which  was to be expected
*In thc company of Mnie'. de .Montespan.
But he had  found out where * they
/were to  be  enjoyed." 1 From""' the day
1 ,when De  Montespan -had  Introduced
; ^the statelyo-and-silcnt widow as si gov-,
erness for his children he had .found a
never failing and ever increasing pleas-*;
' ure in her society:   For a time 'he ,bad
f thought that her, piety and her talk of
"principle might be a mere mask; for
he  was   accustomed" to  hypocrisy" all
'* round him.   It was surely unlikely tnat
a woman who was still beautiful, with
ras bright au eyeraud as graceful a figure as any' in his court, could after a
life v spent  in   the gayest  circles  pre-
-   serve the spirit of*a nun.   But on this
point  ho   was   soon   undeceived,   for
'when his  own language had  become
warmer than that of friendship he had
been met by an, iciuess of manner and
a brevity of speech which had shown
him that there was one woman at least
iu his dominions "who had a higher respect for herself than for him.    And
perhaps it was better so.    The placid
pleasures  ,of    friendship   were   very
soothing after,the storms of passion.
To sit in her room every afternoon, to
listen to talk which .was not tainted
with   tlattery   and   to   hear   opinions
which w-ere not framed to please his-
ear were the occupations now of his
happiest  hours.    And  then  her   influence over him was all so good!
And now he knew that tlie time had
come when he must choose between
her and De Montespan. Their influ
ences were antagonistic. They could
not 'continue together. He stood be
tween virtue aud vice, and he must
choose.
Such were the thoughts which ran
through the king's head as ho bent
over the rich crimson cushion which
topped his priedieu of carved oak. I^e
knelt in his own inclosure to the righi
of tlie altar, with his guards and his
immediate household around him, while
lhe court, ladies and cavaliers, filled
the chapel. I'iety was a-fashion now,
like dark overcoats and lace cravats
nnd no courtier was so worldly mindec
as uot to have had a touch of graci
since the king bad taken to religion.
It was the habit of Louis as he walked back from the chapel to receive petitions or to li«ten to any tales of
wrong which his subjects might bring
to him. On this particular morning
there were but two or three—a Parisian who conceived himself injured
by the provost of his guild, a peasant
•ii hose cow liad been torn by a huntsman's dog and a farmer v. ho had liad
hard usage from his feudal lord. A
few questions and then a hurried order
to his secretary disposed of each case.
He was about to resume his way again
when nn elderly man, clad in tbe garb
of a respectable citizen and with a
tstroiig, deep lined face which marked
him as a man of character, darted forward and threw 1 himself down upon
one. knee iu front of the monarch'.'
."What is this?" asked Louis. "Who
are you, and what is it that you
■want'*"'' ,-.'
"I am. a citizen of Paris, and I have
been cruelly wronged."
"Von seem a very worthy person.. If
you have indeed been wronged you
shallhave redress. What have you to
complain of?"
"Twenty of the Bine dragoons of
Languecloc are quartered in my house,
with Captain Dalbert at their head.
Tliey have devoured my food, stolen
my property and beaten my servants,
yet tlie magistrates will give me no redress.'1 ..    -
"On my life, justice seems to be administered ill a strange fashion in our
city of Paris!" exclaimed the kiiig.'
"Aud yet there may be a very good
reason    for   it,"   suggested   Pure   la
Chaise.    "I   would  suggest  that  your
majesty should ask this man his name,
his ji business and why it was that the
.  dragoons were quartered upon him."
"You hear the reverend father's ques-
^ Hon!".
j **5Ty name, siro, is Catinat, hy trade
! I am a merchant in cloth, and I am
I treated in this fashion because I am of
j the Reformed church."
The king shook his head and his brow
darkened.   "You have only yourself to
thank,  then.   The remedy  Is In your
hands."
"And how, sire?"
"By embracing the only true faith."
"I am already a member of it, sire."
The  king stamped his foot angrily.
"I can see that you are a very insolent
-said he.   "There is  but one
-//C1CUC,
church In France, and that Is - my
church. If you are outside that you
cannot look to me for aid." , .:-,
"My creed is that of' my father,' sire,
and that of my grandfather."
"If they have sinned it is no reason
why you should.- My own grandfather
erred also before his eyes were
opened." r     ,, ,
"But he nobly atoned for his error,"
murmured the Jesuit.
• "Then you will'not help me, sire?"
"You must first-help'yourself."
The old Huguenot stood up with a
gesture of despair, while the king continued on his way, the two' ecclesiastics on cither side of him murmuring
their approval into his ears.
But the kiug^bore tlie face a man
who was not absolutely satisfied with
his own action.
"You do not think, then, that these
people have too hard a measure?" said
he. "I hear that''they are leaving my
kingdom in great numbers." '
"And surely it is better so, sire,' for.,
what blessing can come upon a country ' which has sucb stubborn infidels'
within Its boundaries?" ' '
"Those who nre traitors to God can
scarce be'loyal ,to tlie king,", remarked
"I can scct lluzt'you arc a'-ucry insolent
\ heretic,", said he.* -- '
.' / -       i....      .
Bossuet. /'Your majesty's power, would
bo greater"if there were,no temple,\as
they call''their dens of heresy, .within,
your dominions." .  -       -"   _'. ,,'" 7-
"My, grandfather has promised them
protection^  They are shielded, as'you
well know, by the' edict,which he gave"
at Nantes."
"But  It lies  with  j-our  majesty   to
,undo the mischief that has-been done."
'•  '''And how?" "     ■
'H3y recalling tlie edict." .- ,
"And driving into ttie open arms of
'my enemies 2,000,000 of my best artisans and of my bravest servants, now
say you.'-Louvois?"
"With all respect to the church,'sire,
I would say that the devil has given
. these men such ,cuuning of hand and
nf brain that they are tlie best work-
'*;rs and traders in your majesty's king-
lom. I know uot how the state coffers
ire to be filled if such taxpayers go
trom among us."
"But," remarked Bossuet, "if it were
>ncc known that tho king's will had
, jeen expressed your majesty may rest
assured that even the worst of his subjects bear him such love that 'they
would hasten to come within the pale
of the holy church."
The king shook his'head. "They have
always been stubborn folk," said he.
"Perhaps," remarked Louvois, glancing maliciously at Bossuet, "were the
bishops of France to make an offering
tqjthe 7<*tatc of the treasures of their
sees wc might then do without these
Huguenot taxes."
"The kingdom is mine and all that is
In It," remarked Louis as tbej entered
the grand salon iu which tlie court
assembled after chapel, "yet I trust
that it may be long before I have to
claim wealth of tho church. Where is
Mansard? I must see his plans for the
new wing at Marly."
"I think," said Pere la Chaise, drawing Bossuet a.*ide, "that your grace has
made some impression upon the king's
mind."
"With your poweiful assistance, father."
"But there is another who has more
weight than I—Mine, de Mamtenou."
"I hoai- that she is very devout."
"Very.    Hut s'-e has no love for my
order.   Sue is a Sulpiei.in.  Yet we may
all work to ono end.   Xow, If juu were
to speak to her, your grace.   Show her
how good a sorvice it would be could
she bring about the banishment of tlie
Huguenots."
"1 shall dp so,"
"And offer her-in return that we will
promote"— He bent forward and whispered into! the prelate's ear.
"What!''-He would not dp it."   .-.!'-.
.    "Aud 'why?    The queen is dead."'
"The widow of the poet Searron!"
"She is of good birth.    Her grandfather and. his were dear 'friends.   If she,
Will sen «i the church, the church will!
serve her.   But the king beckons, and I
must go."
' The thin dark figure hastened on
through the throng of courtiers, and
the great bishop'of . Means "remained-
standing with hi.s chin upon bis breast,
sunk in reflection. Y
CHAPTER V.
HE elderly Huguenot had stood
silent after his repulse by the
king, Willi his eyes cast moodily downward aud a face .in
which doubt, sorrow and anger contended for the mastery. He was a very
large, gaunt man, rawboncd and haggard, with a wide forehead, a large,
fleshy nose and a powerful chin. He-
was dressed as became his rank, plainly and yet well, in a sad colored brown
kersey ..coat with silver jjlated buttons.
,*nee-Dreecnes of the same ana white
woolen stockings, ending in broad toed
black leather shoes cut across with a
great steel buckle.
His doubts as to what his next step
should be were soon resolved for him
in a very summary fashion. These
were days when, if the Huguenot was
not absolutely forbidden ,!n France, he
was at least looked upon as a man who
existed upon sufferance, and who was
unshielded by the laws .which protected
his Catholic fellow subjects. For twenty years the stringency of the persecution had increased until there was no
weapon which bigotry could employ,-
short of. absolute expulsion, whicb-had
not been turned against him.  ,
Two of' the king's big blue coated
guardsmen were ou duty at that side
of the palace and' had been witnesses
to his unsuccessful appeal. Now they
tramped across together to whore he
was standing and broke brutally into
the current of his thoughts.
"Now, Hymubooks," said one gruffly,,
"get-otr again about your business."
Tbe old Huguenot shot a glance of
anger and contempt nt them and was
turning to go when one of them thrust
at his ribs with the butt end of his
halberd. ' ,.
"Take that, you' dog!" he , cried.
"Would you dare to look like that at
the king's guard?"
"Children  of  Belial,!"   cried   the,,old
man. with bis hand pressed to his side,/,
"were   I ' twenty   years' younger  you
would not haye dared to use me so."
/ "Ha, you would still spit your venom,
would you? That is enough, Andre!
He has, threatened tbe king's guard;
Let,us'seize him'aud drag him to,'the
guardroom.",y'j ' ,    ,   '    <  ,
The" two" soldiers dropped tlieir^ hal-,.
herds .and 'rushed upon the old man,
but.'tall and strong as they were, they
found if no easy matter to secure him.
They had hardly, won'their pitiful Victory, however,-,before a stern voice and
a sword Basiling before their eyes
compelled them to release their prison-
'er once more. ,    " Y     ", Y'...'-.
/ It was Captain de Catinat,--who, his
morning duties"over, liad strolled out
on' the terrace and had come upon this
.sudden scene.of outrage. t At. the-sight
of the old man's face'he51 gave.a violent
start aud, drawing his, sword./j had
rushed * forward 1 with  such  fury' that/!
'the two guardsmen  not onljydropped
their,victim, but, staggeriri'gba'ck from'
the threatening! swordi-point, -one' of-
tliem sh'pped and the'tother-rolled over
him, a. revolving mass of blue coat and
white kersey.        n    •' \ *  ,"
"Villains!" roared De Catinat "What*
is.the^'eaning^of this?"   >*'
The two had' stumbled*.to their feet"
again, very shamefaced and ruffled.
"If you please,'captain," said one, saluting, "this Is a Huguenot who abused
the royal guard."  -*• , •' '
' "His petition """had  been rejected by.
the king, captain,- and yet he refused t«
Bo"    ■'      v    •      c ,"       ir,   \,
-De   Catinat^ was   white, with l fury.
"And' so -when  a 'French  citizen  has
comcto havea  word- with, the great
master of his country'he' must be'liar-
-assed by two Swiss dogs like you?" he
!cried" VBy-my'faitivwe.shall soon see
'about-that!", ■   \'Y    Y'      *     '-
V He^'drew^a little silver.^whlstloJ.from"
his pocket, and at*the shrill summons
Jin old.!! sergeant'and half-a dozeii^sol-.
diers  came  running ,from  the  guardroom.        ' *  1      .   y -• ■, r r
"Sergeant,    you    wilf   arrest ' these
men." _
"Certainly, captain,';!, said the. sen
g'ean't. - "■ "       ' ,
- "See that tliey are tried today,for assaulting an aired and respected citizen
who had come on business to.lhe'king."
* "He was a Huguenot oil ins own confession," cried tlie culprits together.
"Hum!"   The sergeant pulled doubtfully at his long mustache.   "Shall we
put the charge -n that, form, captain?
*.fust as the captain pleases.",    .
"No," said De Catinat, with a sudden happy thought. "I charge them
with Ia\ ing their halberds down while
on «Juty and with bavins', their_ uniforms dirty and disarranged."
"That is better," answered the .sergeant, with the freedom of a privileged veteran. '•Thunder of God, but
you have disgraced the guards'! An
hour cn tlie wooden horse with a musket at either foot may teach you that
halberds were made for a soldier's
hand and not for the king's grassplot."
The Huguenot had stood in thev background, grave and' composed, without
any sign of exultation, during this
sudden reversal of fortune, but when
the soldiers were gone he and the
young officer turned warmly upon each
other. ,   * 1
"Amory, I had not hoped to see you!"
"Nor   I   you,   uncle.     What   in   the
name of wonder  brings  you  to  Versailles?"
"My wrongs, Amory. The hand of
the wicked is heavy upon us, and
whom can we turn to save only the
king?"
The  young  officer  shook  his   head
"The  king  is at heart a good  man,"
said  he.    "But he  can   only  see  the
world through tlie  glasses wliich  are
held before lilm.   You have nothing to
hope from him."
"He spurned mc from his presence."
"Did he ask you your uanie?"
"He did, and I gave it."
The young guardsman whistled. "Let
us walk to the gate," said he.   "By my
faith, if my kinsmen nre to come nnd
bandy arguments with the king it may
not- be long before my company finds
Itself  without  its  captain.    What   is
amiss?"
"Twenty men of Moats have been
quartered upon me, with one Dalbert,
their captain,., who has long been a
scourge to Israel."
',- "Captain Claude Dalbert of the Lan-
gucdoc dragoons? I have already
some small score to settle with him.'
What has he done?''
"His men are over my house like
moths in a cloth bale. No,place is free
from them. He'sits in the room Which
should be.mine, his great boots on my
Spanish leather chairs, his pipe in his
mouth, his wine pot at hts elbow and
his talk a hissing and an'abomination.
He has beaten old Pierre of the warehouse and thrust me into the cellar."
"Ha!" 7   .
. "Because I have dragged him back
when in his drunken love he would
have thrown his arms about your cousin Adele."
"Oh!" The young man's color had
been rising aud his brows knitting at
each successive charge, but at this last
his anger boiled over, and ho hurried
forward with fury in his face, dragging hia elderly companion by the elbow.
(To  be  Continued.)
ARMY CRISIS IN BRITAIN.
Volunteers Do Not Take Kindly to
Territorial Scheme.
There are ominous rurnois that Mr-
Haldane, the linti-'i Ascietary ior
War, will not get all die men he
wants for his m*w 'Jenm-nal army.
The Manchestei Guaidian voices the
opinions which are bi'ing fieely expressed in the Old Countiy.
"The present cn.*.i-,' A says, is
an extremely senou-- one,, for unless,
the volunteei*}-ail. ium; the new con-,
ditions the >ld -.oiuiiteei foice will
come to an , end next month, and
there will be no teiutonal at my to,
take its place. We must leniember,
too, that our hopes of ainiy economy,
such as they are, nil depend on our
obtaining in the new teintorial army
a military weapon of so much gicai-er
value than -the/old yoluniceis as to
justify a proportionati- 1 eduction (ol-
the moie expensive iegul.-u- army. #
"We do not think that any small
concessions will succeed 111 averting
the danger that,, lias no*.-, bpconie evident, nor will it ba safe to wait very
long, because iirepaiab.e uusclnoi
may be done ,in the meantime The
only safe course, to nur mind, is to
transfer existing voluntecis into the
teiritorial aniiy, for a year's seivice
on the old- teims,. or on "n.-5 near an
approach to'them as is 5/ossible, The
year's interval could probably be put
to good use by the War Office, and
mighti serve to lcassure, the men.
But in any case it would save us
from the danger of wholesale refusals
on the'part-*of volunteers' to' re-tenlisl
in'the territorial army.
"Mr. Haldahe i* a revolutionary'in
army rnatte'rs t!ioiee.')i not, a casual one,
but how revolutionary bis changes aro
was perhaps not-geiierhlly realized until .tho cnlistimuit forms were circulated. Volunfeeis had already, been
'in'ormed that 'enlii-tment was more
formal., and more military than enrol-
mchtybut in spile of this warning U\e
actual questions aud the form of' thf
oath seem .to1 have t.iken them by sur-
•prise. That the volunteer ^s threatened with imprisonment with hard labor
if'he-returns a false'answer to any of
the_ questions 'about the place'of his
birth,   his   wife's'maiden   name,   thp
,name*of .the man who rparried thei%
the number of his children, and so
forth, is doubtless only-a manner of
speaking. But,',, it illustrates the
'change of 'status' He is being 'enlisted,'- not- 'enrolled';' that is to' sajv
,he,'is.no longer a civilian who volunteers to devote. |iis spare time to-military work; but a 'Tommy.' „,,
", "Under the act the pcrlbd of com-
pulsoiy attendance *at camp is, from,
eight to fifteen'days., wh\ph 'Yno advance 611 " the picsent requirement.
But it may be extended' by order-in-
council'4o thirty,days, and the colonel,
is'the sole judge, whether leave of ab-,
sence should be'given or not. , ', "z-
< ".The form of.qath 'is a further stumbling-block to;many, becauseMt'.biings
out quite clearly' lhat tho territorial
army may be invited Ot cannot, of
course, be forced) to' volunteer for for-.
'eign service!1, The,territorialist^is to
sewe thV-'King, not 'in Great Britain
for" the" defence vof the same,'  as the
.old volunteersTswore,,<-but 'against all
enemies - according Uo the conditions
of my- service." 'The form pf oath
shows'that', foreign service may be regarded" as' a -normal /function -"of the
^territorial . foi ce,   and   not   a!'-wholly,
'.abnormal development of" the tobliga-j
tion' to defend 'hearth--and- home,'-
wliich.is whqi'jias, made the volun-r
teer foi-cc.,. The.change in "the path is
the pign at the cross roads—a Warning
that it is, no mere turning in the- old
familiar road,"'
To Prevent
Taking Cold
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' What is the explanation of the average ", Englishman's aversion to ga-
loches? ,  -     • ' "
, Indisposed on account of a chill,
the Bishop of London, who recently
returned from' a visit to Russia, stated that" he ascribed his .cold to ."a
national prejudice against wearing ga-
loches."   v '
In,order to ascertain why there is
so strong-a prejudice against galoches
in England the .reporter for a daily
paper called on ' the manager of a
leading India rubber store and asked
him for his views on this interesting
question. > , -   .    '
""It is estimated," he said, that
only 2 1-2 per tccnt. of the population
in Eneland wear galoches. In Canada
and Ihe United States everybody
wears  them.
"In England there is undoubtedly
a great prejudice against galoches,
and it is due.to the fact that people
do not appreciate thoir worth. They
keep the feet dry and damp proof
and the boots clean. -   ■
"It is said that galoches .make.the
feet hot; but surely hot feet are better than wet feet. You do not catch
cold if your feet are hot."
An eminent health specialist consulted by the reporter took quite a
contrary  view. .
"Thc Bishop of London,' he said
"must have been wearing an old pair
of boots when he caught cold. 'Iti my
opinion, the only coverings necessary
for the feet'aro socks shaped to the
toes and strong, thick-solcd. well-fit-
tiuc  boots.        '
"Galoches arc a harmful footwear.
They overheat the feet, which become
swollen and tender, and thus are a
cause   of   corns   and   bunions.
"Keep tho feet warm, certainly, but
don't boil  them."
End of Derby Winners.
Like several previous winners of
the Derbv, Persimmon has ended his
davs tragically. It is not lonu since
Donovan!! *a1io won tho Blue Riband
for tho Duke of Poitland in 13ftr»,
dn.shed into a tree while running
loose in his paddock, and so senously
injured hi* h"nd lhat lie had to be
destroyed. Silvio btoke his leg and
was. shot; Kingcraft,.'the'-winner of
1870, died while' crossing the Atlantic,- a fate which also befell Blue
Gown, the hero of two years earlier.
■Kisbcr .ended his days an. exile, in
''Hungary-;..: and: George'; Frederick-
spent his latter days, sightless, on a
Canadian farm. Hermit, the sensational winner of 4] y?ars ago. lived to
a good old age, and his skeleton, we
fancy, still survives in -the Royiil
Veterinary College,7 Camden Town.,
find the "flviric Am a to" lies buried
in thr- bon-'i'liful grounds of The Dur-
dans.  Lord   Rosirhnrry's  Epsom  seat.
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Here i.s the story of ,the physician
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"Winning !" "followed by. charUabU
describing the.- annual ' as- .haying
".strayed." and winding _ up ."with-
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owner, but having been, experimented
upon, for > scientific'-' purposes "'with,
many virulent poisoiis, a! lick from itii
tongue would probably.-'lie * fatal." y,
n The" dog came back the next-day.
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Sport Seems Tame Till Craft Strikes
a   Hummock. 1
One of the most inspiring sports, of
the winter season is yachting on the
ice.    The  frozen   landscape   slips   by
at the rate of  forty   railfrs  an '.hour,
more or less, and the pure,'frosty air
makes   the   ears " of   the    passcngfers
tingle.   On, on the machine flies, p.n-
swering every turn  of the helm  like
an   animate   creature,   and   the only
regret of the persons  abpard  is„tnat
thev can't violate the speed law's and
bj "chased     several   miles   by an  ic<5„
"cop." There is nothing to ran..j>.yer_
ip 'all the vast   shining   expanse  ofT
congealed water, thinks the amateur,
Neither chickens nor dogs will, get in
his-i\ay, He begins to gnaw his lip,In^
disappointment.   He  thinks  a.pcfwer*
boat would   be-better,, bRcause/there
is a chance for It t6 explode.' Nothing  cim' happen, he' reasons, on the
swift gliding ice of the poetry of;motion,   which   palls   on   tho   appetite.?
More action— - -       '     --       -
The amateur's heart jumps and, he
clutches a hand rail as.the yacht shivers from a stiff jolt, swerves ,ond
-leaps into the nir like a-bird. It
comes 'down rather, hard, and "w»bbl-
ing- That ivns an encounter with a
small hummock. " When thorbofit'
strikes the next.one tho action-loving,
amateur.'may have a chance to gc^
overboard and sail twb or three ..hundred feet' of-glassy sc«. on tho scat m
his trousers.-There is-nlfio-'an cxiii*
"They're a"most .affectionate Couple.'' Do*y0u,know*they,vc been married twelve years 'and she still greets
'him "aW,t,he door with a kissr" '"'• '
- "That's, not affection., .That's--her
way of'Tihdingiout what, he has, been
drinking.'"—Detroit* Free'Press.    \"
HEALTH, ibRXnlLDREN,^'"
,- - :,vEASE,FOR MOTHERS
« ■"" --. '" '■■  y iV > '*■■• *
>*. Baby's.'Own!Tablets-Vfll 'promptly
and surely /cure all thtyminor "* ail-
ments'^of babies-and, young .cliildrpn,
such'-as (constipation',, colic,7 indiges-"
tion, diarrhoea, Avo'rinsj- teethingtftrou--
bles. _ ITliey' jbreak iipycolda,^prevent'
croup,, and   cure'.simple •'fe1ver.^''r'l.The,
Tillllrir.*     /.ATllllin1   r,#S* Wv^/Vr.rtiies    "nnlnln
or
*Y
Sbafield,'sPalmer, Rapids,' OntY-says
'T'liave* found Baby„i>Own.1 Tablets
so satisfactory in. curing the ailments
of childhood that-T would, not'oave"to'
be with6ut them in'the home.", Sold
by medicine dealers, or' by mail at
25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Go.,. Brockville, Ont
The' famous ball player, was looking
through the-spoi ting columns of the
newspapers
- "[ see they've quit mentioning mc,"
he said.    "I may as  well sign."
Upon doing which he secured .one
more mention in the newspapers.—
Chicago  Tribune.
WE PAY HIGH  PRICES FOR FURS
and hides, or tan them for robes, rugs
or coats. N. , W. Hide & Fur Co.,
Minneapolis. .        * ,    1
"Pa," asked little Willie, "If 'cts'
is short for 'cents,' what's short for
'dollars''-"  -- ,
""All   married   men   at   this,-season
of thc year, my son," replied his "father.—Philadelphia Presii".
Record.     " ,      "'
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
"Is vour wife in favor of woman's
suffrage ? "
"Not any more," answeredi Mr.
Mcekton. "The suffragette society
she belonged to held nn election of
officers. Thc way the other members
voted displeased her so she resigned."
— Washington Star.
T£ one be troubled with corns and
warts, hc will find in Holloway's
Coin Cure au application that will
entirely  relievo   suffering.
"Oh," said young Miss Gushlcigh,
"1 feel so soiry for Besa Bullion that
f just can't keep from crying every
time J think of her. It was tenible,
—terrible I"
"Goodness mo!" exclaimed Miss
Faydenfast,  "wnut'*, the  trouble?"
"That Kail she married, you know
ft had been found out tnnt ho is nn
liiipootor. He isn 1 an carl at all !
lie hasn't any title whatever!"
"Dcarmc' That's too had. Still,
he's a man "—Chicago Record-Herald.
Assistant   (to  countiy  editor)—-How
i.s  this -obituary? - "'■.
EdilorYWhy,  it'H rny own.
"Yes. That llaskins chap—the
'dead'"shot—was . in here .yesterday
looking for you with a gun, and- I.
thought if anything should happen
you might like to correct tlie proofs
beforehand."—-Life.
Expansion.
"The magnify Jug. power-of'the telescope does wonders," said'the scientist..
"Yes," answered tho magazine publisher, "but It's not'much compared to
what the magnifying power of thc imagination can do."-Wasliingtoii Star.
Looking   Forward.
"Don't you get tired of being-referred
to as the representative of mendacity?"
"Sure I do." answered Ananias. "I'd
rather be something pruJHnble, such as
a malefactor of great wcalth."-Pitts-
burg Post ■'....'.■.   ■..,..'
extremely- bracing 'temperature    _ _
A knowlcdge-tof seainansjiip,,, comes „
In .play not only far-such an eventual;;
Itv. but .in handling .tiller and- saiJs.T
The ice yacht responds more'-quickly,
to tha helm than water craft, antf an
untrained hand woul-1 'qnufto an.upBet,
in about halL6a second.,Sails.musfbo^
reefed   for*  approaching   squalls   ana^
allowance; made for- contrary currents-
of air sweeping through breaks .in tho.,
shoreline"     -.*',;'—/   C f:    r    -y,
^Racing between '.well, matched, boats
provides lots "of fun "(ind excitement.-
There isjasler'golng in these..contests,
than, in  most .other  kinds,   save"Ior'
automobilig and sleilding in.'tho .Alps.'
A sr>eed of more" than sixty miles 'an'
hour,h,as been-attained.^' The.yachls
are provided with steel runners, whiary
'soon become liighlyT.'ppli^iedji-aji'aliorn
rudder, which cuts.intp\tnerice*cnougn
to, give ~a -pu^ha-HoYin' steering,*,and
often. a> side-extejiiuVd , heavy/runner.-
to1" balance the "wind driven-crafl.^TJio?1
latter" feature"jroseinbles (th,«\ device, in
use, by .'South Sea'Islanders 7 for surf
boats.    In Rome' home ' made 'models^
of   iceboats f them, is." merely* a, plats
form of.boards' above the runners,'and'
the^ybuthful ^sportsman  goo's * ",belly-4
whopping" ,whi le - he < Steers -his; speed-,
inp; craft;/j ~   Y''r  '-   ' >'-' Y "*  '":
•v'yrhV,'iceboat *I<*  not">b popular' :ir-
country* districts*o,z il'.is* near eiticsi
Long, experience- of- rurAl -mankind' has*
shown ..that'„anyicGbpat' "requires , tool
muehj attention" when"" two,'persons go~
out.WeetherYand! nothing. .can, beat
the- old-fashioned<?" one-horse-, ^leiph:
THe'-horse'-'iSteers r'hims'elf-* wlulff",the
youn£.man'an.d -the^'sTirl .eiUfar^apart'
in-Milisstulj- meditation' or>"allow,,(lh<ur--
hands to' touch*undor, tho'buffalo-i^bf^
lYei.iifor-alL'tliat.nvhena^thfrcliperson-
'm'anages^theTicebo'atr^he.sygu'ng^man.;
and girL-liavYa ohanca,"tothold'or^boj
Held .-.which is" 'notS-tovbeVclespiSed.'- '&
*->.'->-"•' .",*' J- ,_   -x-   vs. , ^.*     <iJ    _,,.,.[ *  IJ.*   r-1   .r    .   -is
*.y. \-,i New'Prairie Towni^'i',, ..j*.*
' - In View" oL Ihct appYoaclii.ng' completion of their main'line from-.Winnipeg to Edmonton,, the ,G'rand*-Trunk,
PaciCuTGo. is, now busy~makingtarrangements for placingv about, one.
hundred town-si tea " in Western Canada on the market. These town-site^
are dotted' all across the throe pro-J
vinces of-Manitoba. Saskatchewan ,and
Alberta, the average distance, between
them being seven miles. , The indications arc that there will be no lack,of
competition for lots in, these town-
sites, and that upon most of them,
before the season is'over,'-thc founda--
tions will be laid of goodly-sized
towns. At Rivers-, the first .divisional
point on the line west of Winnipeg1
there has already been- a good demand for lots, and sonic twenty buildings, .consisting of stores and dwcll-
inps, are in course of erection.   1    -
Tho extremely mild1 weather of .the
winter season in .the West has enabled  the,, company"" to-go  ahead   at-r
great rate with construction work, and
a high official of the company'stated
that'the Jine will be completed froir..
Winnipeg.to  Portage   la ^Prairie ".Ir
June 1, thus^giving  d through  track-
clear 1o  Saskatoon.    There "is  ever}1
prospect that the line will bc complet
ed   clear  into1 lid ni on ton  by-tho. end
of thc summer, -dlhough the construction   of   the   bridge   over   the   Battl'i
River may to some extent delay construction.
In the vicinity of Winnipeg grea'
preparations nre now boing»mndc fc-
a "big Benson's work. , ln the'gren'
yards at St. Ronifnce, 'now enclosed b\
a high fence on either sid« two mile
in length, from 20 to 3Q.miles of trnc) .
have already been laid, while si:
miles west ol Winnipeg, where th<
temporaly yards und shops will b,
situated, several milf*s of t»*ack an
laid. Work on the shops will he enni
mence-,! at once, hut the first buildinr
to be crf'cled will bo a 1'irgo round
house siinilo- to tho ono at Turcof
Nnturally, with tho prohnect of en
terinp upon thc active woik of.tianF
portation early thi-t season, extensiv
prepaiations are under way for the
8iij>ply of rolling stock. For pome twi
years' past the. (-omnfiv h-i«, beet*
placing outers for the building of JiM'*
loTinolivcs and ears «i that then-
win be no lack of either when they
are needed. Alrerdy there nre some
32 oneirics ami GOOO'liox and flat car*
un the .western lines, and these will
he greatly -'supplemented''from' time ".to
time mil ing the season.'
Qrit.VChW leader ai **i /fnas, ,\
copal. Cliurcb, - wri U*-.
iyPeiutia'is n'WOi.d>iifa> ran<
catarrhal, vroublen.
Yf7have,, keen tiouWiM *u!,. -
,for a „grd),t 'many yeo-r-v ani '*■
Vying^isometluiig for it, 'L-it ■>,
only,-w-jSecure*it«?nip'ji- try nls>
V used" Peruna. -,     *
^Only'JliveYfoUb.s  «■! in/
of i511 £• trace'sr-of cnuum. ati-j
flbti.iiAtt&d ttie 'bligln.-.t'Uj.
several ->"inonth».
-''My 1,head-,was .*u,i'pf.>,!   111
lircalitloffdris5ve. hik! u i* r,-<
btvable^t-O/breathe f<•*-!>• otic.*-
ESt
mi
~J? yv
, YA   Diner>ne«;.
-/'An ^ci'item rising gent''loin, n
'breewr "yi&i,* who .* c.uix'rfnun
railroadieatingjhouj-e m lit? tor
.ccently - Jjung, out a *.iru '.!■
'Dishes,; considerable , ainu-in,.
thoso"who" paflu by, 'di \ct»i-<
1'ieV l.ke3'n.dthe'r tl***-(l to iri..l
1'ics^like &hev'uswl to try tojus-
Pies'lite'slie-used to tn wi-ii
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Pills'!.-That-.. Have Benefit!.- 1
Wds.-~Kri6wn\far und i~u
iu re / rdu&&y*ip* ihe 11 "a 1 "'•''-'- ■
(ligesliou inid "alj. dernngoii.aii a
Itomfieh";yiyer -and kMin.-y.*,.?i
lee's ' ,Vegetable"*, Mlltf have l<-
lejjief- toVthqu^andi! wlieu.oUiT-
'des'-siuive failed;,/,' Im.iunc.'Ji
'h'ni'oniatsA'feajj*' be ^ruductil '*
Mfsh^thefftriith-oE' tin-? "^
QJice'Atrietl "tliey-will b-- louoi'*
"lertojalllother-rVJ*^ !" S,HL '"^
^Uhe/ailiucnts^for whica tu?|
l)re8cvsbed;*e-3*\'> >. --
Moiki-,.?-!
-I'ia molitica-ifr/Lgof-*' '•"•'"•
_ Miko-r-Yis,, ,an ^befc'-,r-■*   *•
'emibaa^r-liostpnv'L'i'ii"1-*71!'*'
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■I'AZO-OlNTMENT^is.guf";
oufe^anycase-.ISfrJtcbing, W>«».
ing. 01 Protruding, Piles w !
'lays' or-money tiefunded. o1-*--
.■> i,  ^ i.e-
^A^younit' woman ",o*7 1'h**-;
but'recently married,    vn-   '
Uic delightful, novelty,of
one morning shortly after illation  of the  honeymoon.
1  ','! wish to get some buttci,
said she lo the dealer.
\ '.Roll.butter,    mum?"    a*
inau.
"No,"  promptly  replied
'lonicr,  ">v'e * wish  to* Oat  it
Aly  husband  doesn't care 1
—Harper's Weekly.     . '.
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Vlinaid's-
vhorj,'
.Liniment    for sal(
-ivi^OM
""There's  a   man -who  bm
jiagne oi\ a beer income '•
"How cVin he do.it?"
-."lie's rii' brewer."—I.oui*\i'
ieT-Journal."*   ■»*    -
.r ... , ,„-    . *,	
Mich,  Mange,1" ""rairie Scratc
(very form of contagious ''clll}Kr'Y
man  or. animals cured  In 30^^^
by. Wolford's Sanitary Lotion
EPU-ft
' Mrs. Jcir.vS—' m suipii*^!'
you loking for a scrv.-m! ^1 -
vou'dngaged one ye-tinlii.
;Mrs. .Kichlcy—Oh' .-.h--'- ■
maid; she waits on 111* Y
for one to wait On hei - I'.it' ■
(lard and Tunqs.
I-!ttle    Harold—Pupa,   did    Solomon
have 700 wives?  7 7; '
Papa—I believe he did, my son. .'■;■,
Little Ilarold—Was lie the inan who
said,   "Give   nie • liberty   or   give   me
ilcatli?", ':   7   ■'■.'■' "'-'■ ..."     ,.'":,■■'}.
Little Bobby—Uncle Jolui,,,docs your
hair grow 011 your face' because you
shave? '■'■'-' .: •...!.■'...'■.,. .7.,
Uncle John (who is. bald)—Yes, Bob
i>y.. Y"'"'   : ■   '"' vi "■■
Little   Bobby—Then   why  don't  you
Mrs. Nokkcr—Mri ll'l1'
think it niy duty t» tell ,
y/n/i-3.Tonimy, whom i"" ""
well behaved a boy. 1... I' '
llnibi     '
TMrt,. .IliRlujomc    «'wi,,i » '
?Bu
frown)—lie blight t«. I . ' '^v^^'i-d
furmly   tree   has   n- <-< [  'Yl^-e^^l
cioOked   btick
Tribune.
Of    tl»i,,,'f
, Mra.   Ager—Mv     hu
takoi-i 11 day off i\h<'
day. 1,
Mrs. Kiitling-NM'in '"«r
I,reckon vou tale 11 c-i'l"*
(ff.—Boston   Recoi l
IE0N
Preventive   Measure. - j':
"Doctor,  do.,von   think.''there! Is any
real danger of being burled alive?"
"Not If you die "first," responded the
doctor, he being too busy  for foolish-
uess.-1'h.lladelpiila Ledger.
U.    No.   685.
Nature Fake Talk.
"Huh," sneered thu swan, "you're
nothing but.a a/uncle!".'
"Well," rejoined the duck, "I'd mther
bo a quack than a rubber ubek.!"-
llouston Post,
t'Galvarii-ed, HustPl
'Made'from, very'%
I sheets, absbJuteiy"-
from defects.
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fit' noourntoly wi"10"' ,J
Any doBlreil »'»<' or R
»trBl«ht or ourvod.
LOWPRIC£S"PRDMpTi
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707  Notra  Darno av»
m **��S��(r'iT-���  IRENGTH  -THE SPRING  Assistance in Mak-  iealth-Giving Blood.  ^��� #   i��  ing, your   system' needs  Tn- the, spring     to    be  itrong,  you  must  have  it   as   the   trees   must  gjjJ.'.'. Nntuie   demands   if  inexorable,  , ~    -���,iu��� -������   will     fec-,1  . ..- 9 J����J>a��anguid.-   You  may  have  tifl-LRm._<��SSli&imatism. or the sharp  THE LEADER, MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  USED POISON AND OPIATES.  peol  30RE5  IN CAN'ij  Freely'  IN".   Ha  !��� 'I'-laim  S-9  Ffini*  gStfggEif., order,' that ..the' 'long  ||p[!pof   indoor-winter   life  j��fLi>'ou*'-    A    puigative  ..������������au/'W^,1?   ��nany   people  syjp-^^ilfe^c*-*" - lielp you... Pur-  !����iWB_iB^ieaU<>P  -'through    the  l_j��V.Tfflffi^?',ler weaken, you.    Any  W___^_lm}i'y��u tha<- this is true.  "y$��nee'* ��- --lie spring is a  /un,e;-"-and in'j all the world  >nic can .equal Dr. Wil-  jpEfllB.     ,'Every   do'se     of  fl&y e.pd io ,n!ike 'i��ft'*vr-  totfd���your greatest ' upeu  "hie new, red blood .'clears  ives   out    diseaHeYand  ^easily, .tiied 'men,a wo-  J-ren, bright   active 'and  June "great'���'Wood-build-  JffHhis, sprin'g.. and. see  feyand ��������� energy   -it,, will  ffiiw -' -        .    > i   -  jgw,Dr. - Williams*'", Pink  Sfc; medicine dcaleivoi by  yat 50 .cents  a  box' or  !?2-50 from .The'Dr.'.Wil-  fcri  'biiffrciiif  -.fi-unu,  mm  fSKthoxk  1 *ull< *.  -,' anl'".  'b-lt -i$  ry ali'l,  i'i \iif ?  t. ni,'] J  *"jt 'UjHi  I'I-'-' UIj  I I* r, W  IV OTiC*  Gang of Indians Confess Series cf  , Brutal Murders.  The Pioneer M_il publishes details  pf a-terrible strit/* of murders which  have been recently biought tolight in  the town  of Bangalore.  A gang of five men fire, under arrest,  having by their own confession admitted lo a number of gruesome crimes,  the victims, ,all being young men. Ac-  coidmg to the miscreants' confession  no fewer than eight youths'have been  none to death in various parts of the  city. In each case the bodies, after  being stripped of all valuables, were  buried in the couityards of houses  or otherwise disposed of; and three  graven; which have been dug" up by  the police, acting -on the information -  supplied 'by ���the murderers, have been  round to contain the remains of five  .corpses,   , ,  /'The accused, men, admit that after  they-deeoyed their' unsuspecting victims they 'gave them poifion, then-  chloroformed them, and, after removing the Jewelry,, cut their, throats and  buried them... Several more missing'  lads have yet to' he accounted' for.  Ine -greatest excitement -<-prevails  among-the, native* populace, and the  police,hove hod to take special 'precautions to prevent, the murderers being lynched by ,the infuriated mob".  After the five bodies Svere unearthed* the police were enabled, to take  further," steps, which i-esulted in, the  discovery of two more unfortunate  yietirn.i. M The accused,' after interrogation, conducted ' sopie ��� officials to a  house in Cavalry ' road, -situated//.in  a well-frc'quented ' permanent police  beat,' and 'pointed out the floor pf-,the  Kilcl*.en,riundc,r ..which they, sttfTed a  boy  was   buried.     On. digging   down  WOULD  HAVE SHOT HIM.  Quaint  and  Story - of   Marshal   Soult  Louis'Philippe.       '.  In tie, reign of Louis Philippe Victor  Hugo was a frequent and welcome  guest at the TuIIerles. Here Is one of  his anecdotes of the time as told In  Victor llugp'B memoirs:  "A few days-ago the '.king said to  Marshal Soult In the jiresence of others, 'Marshal* do You' remember the  siege of Cadiz Y  "'Rather, sire,  I should think'so.'   I    ,������������ J11USL  wore enough before that cursed Cadiz.'   tions of, the skin' stmiula^ bv the  DISFIGURING     FACE     SORES.  .  i  How to Cure Them.  Pimples, 'face sores, and the kindred eruptions common to late winter and early spring, - are the worst  disfigurements, tbe fair sex, have, to  bear. The indoor life of winter has  caused impure matter which the skin  should r get rid of for the blood, to  remain in the pores; the process nf  "exhalation" is interrupted; the  general complexion suffers, and just  where.the-bad matter collects, pimples, ulcers, and s*or,efi quickly appear. To lernove the impurities, -*he  pores must be, opened  and  the func*  .      -   --=-     , . - *.*..-.     ..jv.io  ui, uiu  BKin   bu  I invested the'place and was forced to    vigorous   application  ae",v,or  jthe'woi;st moneyJ"panic  7,p61oiiul��"('nsked   the  ��1' ',~<-^'' "M * ' *'  .':i?B3^money panic, M >evei  r^rejdiudmh'e great/financier,"1 was!  "* ���^"VffiMr'olled, under the seats  'fairectg&r:'.-' and '''seven - women"  L^/v1 �� SjgehicagoftNewife r-i,.- -' * -y  ,-*���$��'* aSF���������ri��������� '. y V  l^ilSVm-\* Priied^Tbore have  g'HftS^iB?1^ P"i "Pffn tlicmar-  SpSg^P��d upon public atteii-  ^-rS'M^vlia--? Je'ndured Bd"long  jiWilKlso^mucli Havdr^as-- I^ar-  ��ix feet the'corpse, of a   youth  waBn|'*"'���," ���-". ��i'i'..,-;'.-uui luu.ium-  discovered, \vho had'seemingly, from tor ,{no,*v not, hovv,, drojiped upon-me  -the position,,of,'Uic b'ody-and the coil- > bH-souely aiid warnedvnip that i/was  lyirUnno  j,*  ii,.-.-_*,-    u���..   ,_, ,    nboutto  fall' Into'a trap; that; Cadiz  position^ of,'the body ��� ��� w.k.  tor.tions  of, the' limbs,   been ,interred  alive..   The murderer's rchited thaf ihe,  .ladMvaB decoyed lo the^house, and. as'  usual, 'dosed ;with, 'poison,  this  time  chloral, which,'not taking effect sufficiently;. theyJ/rtried rch]oroform, - Before the  boy  was ^-sufficiently, unconscious .-the-men'were 'disturbed by "a  noise, in the street, rso'1the"y" hurriedly  buried him without cutting, his throat,  after ."removing all valuables: i.For the'  olucials'   inspection'- tho    miscreants  produced-from "a;cupboard in the wall*  a'^-bottle, containing "-chlorah-mixture,-  go a way i as I had come.'  ."'Marshal,.while you;5were.before it  I was inside it.' " ' "        -  /' *I know, sire.' .  "'The c-ortes and the.British cabinet  offered me" the command of the Span-'  Ish army.' *, - -      _  "'I remember,'sire.' .- "''-' .-  , " 'The offer was a grave one. I hesl-  tated long.e. Bear, arms against' France?  For. my family It is' possible, , but-  against my country! V was greatly  perplexed. 'At this Juncture you asked  me through a trustworthy jierson for a  secret Iufervlew,.iij a little house sltu-  ���ated 'on , the CortaUura,"' between the  city and ypur camp. Do you remember  ihe focttjM. Marshal?'   ��� "- ,  ��� ."'Perfectly, sir. ,, Tho "day waa^flxred  and  the interview /arranged.'    '  ���  '"'And I did'.not turn upi' [  "'-"'That Is so.' '   -  './'Doyou know why?'   Y      .'       '  -"'I never knew.' j. ,  ,'*���      - <\iti  .���','!,'n-IJI tell ���youYAs<Ii.was pivepar-       _ -,      _  Ing to mcet-you the'comnianile'r of the,     ^Quecn Alexandra! 'whenTrinces's cf  English sfjuadron, apprised "of I he unt-    ^^es'  s*-y-i"Good-\\Virds, -came  one  'ter I know not. liow.-Tdrom-'ed unon<mi��- da/ "P013 a tinylFmile of a boy crying  piteoufely.   He 'was m charge of a fat  and comfortable, old  lady who' seem-'  j morning and night, and washing fre  jquently     with   . Zam-Buk     Medicinal  Soap.    Zan'i-i,uk  reaches  the  root  of  the  disease1, by 'soaking  through' the  skin and'tissue and it-, poweiful herbal  juices' expel   dibesi-e  and    make  the skin do its work,  which  can't be  done  simply   by;/the  we  of   internal  medicine.   Miss Ellen Smith, of Sorn-  erville.Ave., Toronto, says- "My face  was greatly disfigured by a skin eruption   which   annoyed   inc. dreadfully  for  months. ]   IT was   advi-ied   to. trv  Zam-Buk and 1 am glad I did for it  quickly .removed.! the trouble anel my  face is-now clear of all eruptions."  Zam-Buk , contains,   no   animal fat  whatever, but is a pure healing salve.  It  cures   cuts,   burns,   dialings,   cold  pores,   itch,   c-ezema,-'-running   sores,  ringworm,  piles,   bad' legs,    inflamed  patches.,   and   all    diseased,  ' injured  and  irritated, conditions of the skin.  Obtainable at all clruggisU and stores,  50c, or 'postpaid,., upon receipt of price  from Zam-Buk  Co.,''.Toronto." ���     '     ���  * i, " ��.,, -v1*'"1" u�� - '.��"-   ����� -uuiiiiHi, cuiimining -cmoran-mixiiure,  ;able; Pills../,Widespread; with' wh'ich7'they-'had   dosed  the  de-  llftS . Jlfi/icf n/1   -+l,nI,.T rryr... f    ",.���� enA  1/ -Pl.n   '-....J^T ...M.    I��in_   :.l nn.Jl  MVr3 -- attested _"t lieirrj great  ^.jjhey ifeed'.no^further- ad-  .l|8,han' this.. -.Iiavingj.flrm-  1,Bfflfthemselves in. ihe'pub-  jKey^n^w- rank-"without a  igt.of.-staiKjurd/'vegetable  ~    ~���~ - j ��,. '<' \  t.iitte<i' vihe.^nurse.'.V ")  ;bf -.my.-steady,.,patients',"  ilu 1 . , ,      -    '^    '. ,f- -   ." -^T  '-1.'  .but;Joolish.' -"Fo'rmei-ly  Lgc>3-."rvNow��!l' nurse Jiim*  tH''.--,5,.-i   >~   V.*,,"- * -  ���icrirmot.  j -^-���-.---t(>*}i '*._,:,���    ��� t  [CANNOT-B��. CURED /  ^PJ?LICA'XIONSvasthey  . . ���~\--vT\-^}t_wi(i seat'of. thejclisease.-*'  & , AW{TIWU��W,0"r.r��on8tituUoaal,  ���. wt-ai  . aifc^c**? ��r��^i^p.rder *to - cure ��t', vou",  ��sin. sa *f^l"E.tr��*:a^^'^rnal'",re'"cdi*-By^   Sfmg  .lOlkl',.!    f*t"'W5jj--*-HEi.*t  , oj> ���,- -      .      .-1 ���t ,�����  *i siw- ���^.^P.8_$��iry9o-,by<J>n<i'-.oLT, the*- .best-  na   vi |P->muattra��iii^this<' country -for-yeara  lflnd^ejSK_*i:iilar, prescription."!.'It 'is  ccased.yThe body, was later identified  by* the   parents ��a*3   their  18-year-old'  ' eon... It is now ia waiting a post-mor-(  tein.   This'"'murder It" is -alleged' was  committed as'-far back as Oct. 9. -  . i; Further - investigations  ,are    being  ,mnde. and the greatest excitement prevails in7the,.cilv.y-   ,-      ?   ���    -   -    -,  ;. r -; ,  -*- < ���   '    '    ' i        '     '     C   ,  \    SENT, MESS AGE ON KITE.   ,  ..  . e-     ..-    -    -> .       &   -    -,  -, - s"   , L *Z :���        .    '- "-.  Suffragettes "Hit,, oh    Nova|v Way "of  y^r-'^^-TReaching" M.'p.'s.   ���''  "   '', '  ---The. suffragists'-rpcently completely  baffled'"th'e whole/of < the police-f orce -  at^Westminste'r-and succeeded in ad-  being hnpregnabJeV.jhey despaired\,of  ,se}/.Iug, me., i but that at Cortadura   I  would be arrested by you; that the emperor wished  to makefile'Due d'Or-  . leans   a   second,��volume " of Kt he  'Due  d'Eiigheln.  mid  that"j-6u  ^o'ukl have  me shot, instantly.   Thero,-,reaIljr.' add-,  led fhe king, with a smiley'your"hand  baryour conscience,'were,'you going^to  shoot me?'     '*���? '    ',r, '   j   - -,  r"-"The marshal rem'alned-sllent" for'a  rmomeiit,' iheri"* replied:1 'KoYsire.   , I->  wanted, tp-compromise you/i The subject, of the*CQnv'ersartion"was -changed"  A,fow'mlnufes";i;iter tbe morsha'i tool?  leave'of the'klugrand the king, as he'  watched him go? said,; with" a smile'Yo  ���-the person who had heard the conversation: ' 'CompromiseV     Compromise!"  Today It_ Is 'callcd^cqmprornlse..' In re  allty he would .have.shot me.'"  ,,��  'ed quite linmoved'by.his grief.  ; ''^Vhat is. the matter?" inquired tho  Princess, who 'is'1 very fond of children, "Is he '.ill ?'" j  v "Wall,"'ma'am." said,the comfortable-old- lady;*H"lie' isn't hoxactly'ill,  but��� no stomach carn't stand' , nine  buns." s. .v /. ..v.-. . - ,, .*��� j. -  ��� */ -  -   - -'        -    -I.     -   -. i  *  ,     . ' *  ��� A   -Prime* Dressing Yor ' Wounds:���  In some factories'and workshops carbolic  acid -is -]kept    for" cauterizing  wounds" and   cuts '"sustained  ��� bv the  -workmen.   Par better to keep on"hand  a.bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio'Oil.  vlt is just as^qiiick.'in^action'and does  not scar,,the skin  or, burn the flesh.  There  is- no- otner  Oil  that 'has   its  curative Qualities:i"'..r    '�� '     V  THE  TIE_JHAT' BINDS.  Marriage    Not    Heaven    Nor    HeH A  , Lesson  In  Faith and  Hope.  Suppose two people begin fheir married  life on the plane of sanity and,  reasonableness," says Grace D. Goodwin in the course of a very interesting  article.    "They   say,  marrfage  Is   not  heaven   aor  hell; it  is  our  chance  to  tutor our spirits in the great les&ons  of  the   soul,   patience,   charity,   faith,  hope.    These things are to be learned  by, accepting life as it is and adjusting  ourselves   to   It.     Imperfections   must  be overlooked,  blunders  must  be  forgiven���aye, and sins.    The man  must  be  man enough  to provide,  to guard,  to shield, to aid.    Providing is not all.  V full pocketbook is a poor substitute"  for  a   full   heart     ITe   must  have  n"  great  store  of courage and  cheerful-  nessj,,  These two virtues ought to l>5os  sonrin the home from the man's plant  ing.     The   woman   must   be   woman  enough   to  learn   in   its  small  detail*,  her business as manager and admin'  Istrator  of  th��   iiome.    It  Is not only  behind  the age, but, as Dr.  Bushnell  used to say, 'behind the ages,' to say  what, Is   now  to  be said.c   She  must  know how to cook and sew and sjjend.  'money   and' care   for .children.'   That  sentence   does   not read   'must spend  money'���she -must know how to spend  money.     And  she must  have  e'ndless  patience  with her,- imperfect husband,  her Imperfect children,  her imperfect  self;'patience   With   the   failures   and  blunders   aud   mistakes7 and   sins   of-  everybody 'iu <-that   liome;   the .unaggressive   patience   that  does���not  say,  'You -are all very trying, and' I am behaving like a salnf;' 'the patience that  Is a woman's~first and middle and last  qualification' for a happy married life;  ITS PURITY  ITS FLAVOR  ITS FRAGRANCE  ITS RELIABILITY  Are responsible for its  enormous sale of 16,000-  000    packets   annually.  "~~E_\A ,  THE   PRINCE   OF   TEAS.  AT ALL GROCERS  LEAD PACKETS ONLY B AndLaGbe.lH4^i,'1^dn-Labe, 50-  .  '"'       And Gold Label 60c. per  lb  "Dragged Out" v  Always tired-^"nerves jumping"  ���can't sleep���have" no appetite  ���dull headaches���biting pain in  the back���bearing down pains���  pufSness under the eyes���swollen  ���ands and feet ?  - Or. perhaps your sick kidney3  Show in -another form and,you  a�� suffering with- Rheumatism,  Sciatica, Iytimbago or Neuralgia ?  '������ i  FLAX'AND'WHEAT.  the patience thai; takes even" III health  Flax  the   Best   Paying'Crop  for   New  Settlers���It   Prepares   the   Soil  for Wheat��� The Yield  and. Prices.  t----*���p.*is's'fttaken./internally,  kt&���&jg&tly: onO theyblobdr.and  fiufjfees.^ i-THall'st {Catafrlj  ?*>��� B5- .tfuack'imedicine:  -"Tt  ��JK?."tne  best"tonics, known,  ���JKjS'th   the   best, blood  puri-  ���Sfc-l-SJ-jfi clirectli"  oa the  mucous  ���7~-^$lsa&,lc* Perfect combination, of  S'-SK*-;*1-?81 Kl-ents is what produces  Buch^^jodgi'ul,,results-in curing Call for testimonials'free.  "   CIIISNEYM CO.,'"  ,   l'ropfe.,*.  Toledo,. O.  SS^-ifSSI,' l'8K-sts-> Price -75c.  $&&�����1 ' -Family   Pills .for  con-  ^-rr^Try%.sr . *  ,^iLSSjr&?**'V  n*>' i-ecently been made  IfSf   you /' but  silence���and  r'of that."���Youth'sCom-  .OUL-l  KUREfA COLD  IN ONE DAY  Kurt ��f\ii_<_isfr- i  rLA3E&|TJVE BROMO Quinine  [���SSpiEgists refund money if  &&&��&;   ',E- W" Grov.e's Bigna-h  Snn^sso.ch   JjOX.     250. "  i�� - 1  Irish    Wit. "*"  riahman was very pioud  ildog he possessed, .which  Itant    companion.      One  -��> met   him   without  lhe  LsS^i'-E   very   disconsolate.  laid,   "and   how  is   that  rogrs    doing ?"      "Qh,   be  _ __ lend !  ' The illigant baste  ���*a!giPlowed a tape measure."  ��g[e died by inches, then?"  'lie   didn't!       Be     wint  back  of  the house an'  ard."  wnari, at tnenoot oi.-L.amoeth bridge,  with "thrpoj parcels-con tainingjOnb. mile"  Jof,/'strong" string, "a   blue *;and  whiter  ,'war kite^and;a.hiige,yellow flag,'"on*  Whiclr"^wass5r print-ed ', iri �� bdld ,-black.  'fetters:.-"Voles .for'*-Women;   Albert.  Hall, March-19.7"j \   --A"--     i,*.Vy  ~*.sAs".-Bigi-Ben" boomed *��� the -'hour ~"a  mere ynari', fwhV dia'd *been impressed  for "'.the'^ service, as snflragists "cannot  -fly'war kites, ascended to a roof in  the.-wharf and sent .the kite and flag  on   its'*jouriey ���toward" the   Victoria  Tower, a quarter of a mile away. *  First, it sailed^boldly^over the ven-  ^tilaling',shaft, - then ��� played, in the  -wind in. front of /the terrace, next  dominated 'Palace 'yard and was finally manoeuvor'ed to attract attention"  all around -the palace ��� of Westminster.  It f>v,os, not long before the police  'were on the alert and the inspector  at Palace yard ih consultation as to  how this "breach of privilege" should  be dealt with. Crowds' of Westminster schoolboys came to see the flag.  Members - of Pailiamcnt sallied out  to the terrnce to read it. Passers-by  laughed, and the suffragists, a quarter  of . a mile* away, smiled at their  victory.  -  "We wanted to speak to "the House  quietly," said oue of them. "This is  our latest, way of doing so, nnd 'wo  Bhall tell*Parliament frequently now  of .our views in this way, as it is  such a success." *���  After three hours the police "had  no orders." A wag in the croiul suggested the kite should 'be shot; another thought* it. ought to be "arrested."- An officer 'made inquiries, but  the string was not tracked to its lair,  and finally , the , suffragists retired,  having achieved their purpose.  JB,thc pioper foiniula for  tliouncenieiilP  what it ought to bo.  lown by thc&e. present*:,  American.  fa,'very    brilliant    con-  ;t to the theatre together  iu  believe  it she  never  JSvhile the play was go-  .roit  Fieo  Pi ess  from  titg 1906, Ayer's Sar-I  i|Kas been entirely frecf  Yl.   If you are in!  |weak, pale, nerv-  .J* doctor about tak-l  palcoholic tonic and]  P he. has/a better  ike his. Get the best!  is our advice.  r��I>ubliali our formulas  9  W�� banlih aleohol L  ����"> our ruocUolms I  We \lrg% you to I  - consult your  doolor  -fenmeans a conted tongue,  fiiS^?^onstiP��te'- bowels.  _*$_�� ,What is the b��t thing  'tftlcncircumstances?,"  Ask  'IRsi8 ,s not a good answer:  "W^oscs of Ayer's Pills/"  " *siw*��wO��..'L6w��il1'-;  Church Built by Potatoes.    "  The  liUle village'of  Virganhall,  in  .Dumfriesshire,   Scotland,   possesses  a  Free Church (now United Free) which  has a rnther interesting  history.  After the Disruption, considerable  difficulty was experienced by the adherents of thc Free Church in -procuring a contial site on which to build  n church. A unman named Janet  l-Yfiscr, who lived Un very humble  circum-slimccs, gallantly came to the  rescve. She om nod u piece of ground  on which she icured potatoes anil other vegetables, and this she generously  handed over to the Disruptionisits for  the aforementioned puiposc. -  The deed of gift is in her own handwriting, nnd tlie wording was characteristic of the donor. "Thc ilccd of  pift is to bo as free from henceforth  to the Free Chinch as I wish the  heavenly mansions to be made to me,  and to last, the piopeuy of the Free  Church while sun, monn, and stars  endure. Signed bv mv hand this 18th  I day of August,  1S-I5.'  I Elusivs   Species.  Tho hack writer had uiod up his vo-  I cabulary on the circus prospectus, and  still   there   were   many   things   to   bo  described and gloried to be set forth  Therefore lie repaired to tho manager,  "Have you a thesaurus?" he inquired., ' -'  7  "No, sir, I have not," admitted the  man, with a crestfallen air, "and I'd  like to-know where they're raised that  fnever heard of '-in before,"  The Result.  ������ "Casliit's"-'problem now 'Is- how t��  break into society. 1'ou know he has  tlio social bee In his bonnet."  "Humph! He'll soon And the answer  to that problem."  "What Is'itV"  "Stung!"���Denver Nows-Tlines.',  Its   Prospects  Too.  Critic���This  play of yours Is like a  gloomy dny'.,  : Miui.-igor-In what respect?  Critic��� It Is overcast. ���. Baltimore  American.' ,"���  > '  -GALLERY'WIT.>'   '  ���  .I - .,       v   .     i* .^   -,    . ,  . .'in - , *.'      ~     :  ,     . ,   .,  Sometimes the, Actors jjurn the Tables  - *; .    . .   '.on the-. Interrupters.    -"'   ''  -  -,r Some-amusing'.Instances," of tlie wii  and r "humor -ppf   the ,gallery, and   pit  patroas\of the 'drama are prluted.in the  ���Euglish-IllustrateiJ Magazine.    On one  '.bribe- first nights pt\the opera 'of "Cy"  sriibn" at Drury'Lane aT.diss-itisfied crit-,v  -iewhen Mr.^Vdrnon began ^ tbe last'ah'  ���'In, the /ourtir act,. "-Torn from me. torn ���  ^Crom��� iaae��o? -Which .way, did ,they, lal��  ber?."."Immediately/sa'ngj Inv;'the"- esacl  ...time of" the air.' to the astonishment;ol'  ; the audience. "Why. toward^Long Acre,  toward" Long Acre!"   '--1'    Y--*     ,V '  ^ruon" was4for,a 'moment'1 stunned:  but. recovering-himself, he sang" in 'rejoinder.:, ''Ho, ho!    Did they so?   Then,  ���I'll, overtake ,her!     I'll  soon  overtake  her!"  anil  precipitately ran 'off amid  the plaudits of the jvhole house. i  In. "Saucho raiiza." a comedy iu  three acts, by Dufrcul, the duke say*  at the beginning of the third net. "I bc  gin to.getitircd of Sancho." v"So do-I,"  saidja wag in the pit, taking his hal  and talking out This sealed, the fate  of the piece. ,    '        " ' .  - Wheu John Reeve was playing'Bom  bastes nt Bristol upon being stabbed  ,by--Artixommus lie denied the,fairness  of thc thrust and. appealing to the pit'  said, "It is uot fair, sir, Is.it?" A bald  headed gentleman who probably tool;  the whole representation to be serioun  and to whom Iteeve directed his giante  replied, "Really, sir, I cannot sav. fo:  I don't rencc."     s  Barry Sullivan, the Irish tragedian  was .playing, iu "Klchard III." som.  years ago at Shrewsbury. When hi"  came to the line, "A horse! A horse  My kingdom" for a horse!'* some one i;  the pit called out. "Wouldn't a donke.  suit .ion. Mr. 'SullivanV" "Yes." n  sponded the tragedian, turning quick  Iy on the interrupter; "please com.  round to the stage door.','  - '^Vhy.Js it," asked ���the dear girl,  "that the'bridegroom's attendant.:s  called the  'best'man'?'' ' '\   ^   '  -, '"1 suppose' it's' because: he , is ' best  off," growled the fussv .old bachelor.1  ���--Chicago .Daily. Kejvs.   '       r'     l' '  i '   \   ��� % ', "-.,      L   *  Chronic. Coughs Cured  " Mrs. 'Joseph, Fccles,' of, Dromofe,  says: "Ij.'took 4 or,5 bottles' of Psychine,-!. and "a 'cougbf"! had,continually,* for, nine, months, disappeared, ft  is the best remedy for chronic coughs'  that F ever used." t        t  -  J'hoiisan'ds of. living" witnesses! pronounce' Psychine the ''greatest- medicine in ..the" world.H -It is not,a patent-  medicine, but*-".a prescription - of ~,a  great physician. -rPut it" lo'jthe' test  'in. any casVof throat;lung or stomach  trouble" or'1 any "ran down", .or.r weak  condition! At all,druggists' .50c ahd  $1.00, or Dr. T. A. .Sloeum, 'Limited,  Toronto.       S.A     -  -   . \  and weakness with' a smile, that does  not play the martyr or call nttention  to the flames-on which the'family In  its Ignorance usually pours oil'instead  of water. / > .....  ,   "Most" necessary point of all, .these  two ,who��� are 'to  build  a  home 'must  have'confidence   in-each   other, 'must  say ,*,we; and learn that, the two being  one, everything must "be shared.'   The    iWU  sharing'of joy ,and grief, the'mingling,| 1907  of smiles and .tears, the bits of humor  that  wake 'double laughter and'make  those  trivial   'home  jokes'' which  are  signs   byr which , you   shall   declare  a  happy   family   life���these   are,all   so  many ways of strengthening the wails.  Everything   must   be." shared. -*-Those  four words ought to take the placeYf  the old  'God Bless Our Home'  motto.  Time  must  b'e shared; "toils,must be  shared; play, Opportunity,"money, ranx-'  lety!   loss,    vigils,    prayers���all'" these  must be not for one. but for both."',    '  The question huS, -been asked how  does -the yield' of flaxseed compare  with the yield o�� wheat per acre, and  how do- the pricey obtained for the  two crops compare. A report recent-'  ly issued by the Saskatchewan' Department of .Agricultuie -shows that  the average yield ox flaxseed and  wheat respectively for'the .last" throe  years was "as   follows; V      --     B  Yield of Flax-  '   Yield of Wheat  , - ��� seed per .acre.   -    -,    ner acre  1905,   15.73   bushels.       - pei'acie  I00S'   ,  9.35   bushels.  10'91   bushels. ,   14.04   bushels!  / That's, th'e way kidney trouble  makes you feel���and that's why  you'should take  GIN PILLS  They -make side kidneys well.   They do It  every time.   That is ^hy we g-v, sach a  piarantee wllh erety bor.' If, oftcr tatin?-     /  Cm P^ls, yo_ cao-t gay that ___ ^  better return tie box and .your deafer w.ll      -  refund   the   money.     Try   them' , on   this  riuran lee of a care or money back. joe. a box  ���6for$a.jo.   At dealers or from j03     .  BOLE DRUG CO., WlNNtPZQ, Ma*.  " ./^      ( *���        I  J l   ���"  o Try An   Experiment.  ���-&T1 old pineapple < grower telh  strange stories about the effect of the  juice oi the fruit uppn ceitaln substances. ( J-he juice of thc pine is sup-"  posed to do more, for the larynx-.than-  anything else in the world. Says ihe  grower- "Diop a, piece of leather into a glass of pineapple juice and see  how quickly, it will be, eaten up."���  Indianapolis'News.      . r   '    -  ~ i) * ��   i  -Mr.   WAlt-jManner-,������   Spe   that   old'  man ahead of u^   Thai's    Cash burn.  He s worth a million dollars, and just''"  400k at liis umbrella.,      '��� i 1  Airs,   Watt-Mannei's���Oh,   you  must  2<<w 'iT.y h'j,!-. I'". J,uf3*??J I)Im by -hat, dear.' JJt may -l  ����  iW_& SuSy��^;   ^Y^^-^vn;'  Prospective Suitor���Sir,"-1 love your  daughter.-   , '.','"' ,  - Her Father���Well, don't come lo  me with .your troubles.���San" Francisco- Star.       *    , *- ,  -Ibus the average yield of flaxseed  per,acre for the three years -was  about twelve bushels per acre, while  the average yearly yield' of wheat  jWdjs about nineteen and a half-'bushels per acre It is probable that the  reduced -yield of flaxseed per acre in  1906 and 190/ as compared with 1905  was due to the fact that mav Saskatchewan farmeis grew flax I three  years in-succession.on the same soil!  io get the-best results from flaxseed  it must not;'be-.sown.tyear.after ve'ar  m the same .soil. , Nearly every'"far-  ^-ner in -he North-West has land en-  ougli.to-sow, pact ,i,n flax and part In  other crops, changing- about to get  the. pioper rotation. The be=t results are always obtained when flaxseed is sown after the first breaking  of the prairie sod.    ' - *. .  ..'As..regar<-p; prices n at the 'present  time, .No.'I wheat and 'flaxseed are  selling at nearly the same prices, but  Uiisnsvery .unusual, being due chiefly to the following facts. J 1. Theie  was ,an exceptionally heavy crop of  flaxseed in the Argentine Republic  and other parts of South America last  year" ->2V ,?he financial-depression  C?Hted- a falhnS off in the production  01 those classes of goods in the. making o whicu flaxseed and linseed oil  are used as-raw materials.' . These  causes aie very exceptional and mav  WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE  From  October to' May, Colds are the  most * frequent  causes  of    Headache.  LAXATIVE   BROIUO   QUININE     removes cause.   E. W. Grove on box 25c.  "HEALTH-AND'-b'eAUTY.    '  . ?, ���     r y    a y,  ..  If you wish to look slim, do not dress  In white or light colored clothes.'    -  A receding chin may be Improved by  massage.. Its symmetry may be greatly  altered1 by^using a little face cream.' -  ( A* long central line'ot trimmlng"from  throat to 'hem adds a certain heightjiso  does a slug'le flounce at the bottom of a  shirt' -      '-   V     *.. ��- -   ���/-.-  . Burns ' should ^be ' treated r with oil  mixed with limewater If procurable,  and, flour, wliich Is easily lo be had  anywhere, is good, 'the object being to  cover the surface of the burn and present the air affecting it.  To remove Ink stains from tho hands  with  oxalic.ncid  put. an ounce of the I ^h^as*f?����� JSr ^Ti  L��tyear|  crystals   in   a  pint   bottle   and   fill- up ' "   - Hl^.Y51'.33 ,P?f Du.sllel wm paid /  trip"  "How  did Harrv  enjoy,   his  abioad?" ,. -  "Very   much;   he looks, happy  and.  has gained 115 pounds."       ',.-.,  '.'.-?,ne nunJ,'"<-** and fifteen pounds'"-  . les, and hh'e's an hoi leas. "-Brooklyn  Life.  A young woman who happened (o  be, out on the 'street in London early  one' morningrnoticed that the inflected light gave the .*=un the appearance  of being in the west.        , ���  'Not. knowing -with ceitainty the  points of the' compass, .-she asked a  policeman which .direction was west!  ^e pointed to tlie place" from' which*  tne,sunlight seemed to stream.- --���'--  cularly^ "so the sun rises in'the'west  "Ah," said the young woman,, jo-'  111 London." ,    0 f        ,     ���  "As to thal,"�� rgplied the officer  with great 'dignity. /'I really 'can't  lav.    ..,'���* '      - ���- '"  -.*���.��� ^  .v  To, Build Up  After Grip  There is no restorative treatment  comparable to Dr. A. W. Chase's  /Nerve  Food. ,    ' .   . c  "Ah.   T see  you  are married,"  exclaimed the merchant.  r "No, sir," replied the applicant for  a-position.   "I got this scar in a railroad'.accident.'"���Bohemian.-/  ENQLI8H 8PAI/IN LINIMENT removes  all hard, eoft or calloused 'lumps and  blemibhea from horses, blood spavin,  curbs, splints.-- ringbone, aweeney. stifles,  sprains, sore and swollen throat, oouchs,  etc. Save S50 by use of one bottle. Warranted tho most wonderful Blemish Cure  over known. ��� ,  How  Red   Herrings Came!  The first red herring was accidental  Iy  produced   In   England   many  year  ago by a lisherni.'in who. having ti sin*  plus of fresh herring, hung them up h.  a sinoUy shed to dry and then forgo 1  all   a limit   them.     When   he   looked   ai  ilium   sonic  time  arter  he   found   tha  they had changed in color.    The kinj:  to   whom   the   fishes   were   piesented  was so interested that lie gave permi.s  sion  10 the fislkM-iuuu to exhibit them  .iiound   the  country   as   strange  uion  ��ters.  The Kindly Old GentlcmaiwWell.  my little man, and what's vourname5  The     Little   Man���Please,     sir,     I  dunno.        > '-'   - '  The  Kindly Old    Gentleman���Bless  my soul, you don't know?  . The   Little   Man���No;  sir.     Please,  sir, mother got married again yesterday.���London Sketch. *  His Nerve Good.  Dissatisfied Committeeman - Y01  ���mule a dr-uiuil failure in .\011r effort t<  please our audience. I shall not pa.i  vour fee In full.  Kgolislli* Lecturer���Oh. indeed, yoi  must, sir! I assure j011 I worked miie!,  harder tli.m 1 shmild have had to laboi  with a less dlflh-ult audience. Deslde*:  lliluk how much rarer a bight 1 ha\e  Ki^CIl you by fiu'ling than I should  have given If I-.had succeeded!���Ly  ceumlte aud Taleut.  T consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  Uic   BEST  liniment   in  use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it freely with MINARD'S  LrNIM'ENT. and it was' as well as  ever iicct day.  You13 verv  trulv.  t. g. Mcmullen.  with   water.    Mark   the  bottle  plainly  with the name aud also the word "Poison."    Wet a  piece  of cloth   with  the  acid   solution   and   rub   the   stained  places.  Use a. pointed orange wood stick  beneath the u.aiis.   Follow with a thorough washing in clear water.  ,  What woman does not wish for long,  curling eyelashes?  They are one of the  details that make a homely woman attractive,  and   it does  seem  as  though  they   cbuld   be  cultivated.    Vaseline-  pure white vaseline���rubbed on with a  small brush every niglit is a spleutiid  tonic for these much desired beauties  Keep  the eye ..tightly ^ closed  that the  grease   may   roach   the   roots   of   the  stubborn lashes, although if the vaseline is fresh and of good quality it cannot hurt the eye.   In fact, one woman  who has found the remedy successful  says that, on the contrary, the eyes become brilliant  under  treatment,   while  the longer lashes make a marked improvement in the appearance.  not occur,again for years.    Lastyea'rl    tar'fl?Vcf?j*51'38iP?f bl?heI WM -}aiJ       Few-   if   nny,~5SSses   so   quickly  was n hmft   ��! o-         ��i aT0r,ag6Y pn"ce   ai,d   thotoughly* exhaust   the   liumafl  was about $1.2/   tier  bushel     n,i   ii,,.   simniriii   f.r./i   ,.,-f.,i.f.,   ������   /.1..      ^_ai!0_ut. *V27 P?r  bushel.c"On'Vhejstrenglh'and''vitaht;TS  *the   grippe  t is    at   and  pneumonia.    A  few 'days'  sick-  other hand the price of wheat  present exception all v high. Then in  considering the yield of wheat last  year as compared with that of flax  it should be noted that much of the  wheat did not grade very high and  would not command the full price  However the important point to  ;emember,regaiding flaxseed 13 that  it can be sown so much later than  wheat that very often a faimer can  utilize'land t���at would otherwise go  without any crop at all. After the  wheat oats and .barlev have been  sown the flaxseed" may be put in.  llien except in the eaily spring the  flax is less liable  to injury fiom frost  ..,������  7,-��� j�����j"=   -�� iijuij nora irosi   aim   mc   nervous   system   exliau:  tnan the wheat, and the farmer who   no  matter  from  what  cause,   Dr  Mils    lV)i"r   #-.f    l-.il-*.    ln��J    ;__    rt  -. itt1-     *-.i 1        -��t   _ '.  ness and then weeks or even months.  <-ne   requhed  to   get   Dack    the    old  vigor. -��� ...  But by means of Dr.' A. W Chase's  Nerve Food to sharpen the appetite  and to supply, in condensed and  eabily asbiniilated form the elements  which go to form rich, red blood you  can hns-ten lecovery and lestoiation  to a remaikable degree.  Without such assistance many drag  out   a   mi&ciablc   existence   of   weak-'  ness only to become victims to some  dieadful dioense. -  1 ' When" thc   blood is  thin  and  weak  and   the   nervous   system   exhausted,  I think I know,' .said little May,  "Just why they call them  'boys,'  The reason's just as plain as day:  It's caiibC that rhymes with noise.'  ���Philadelphia  Press.  The-Waits, of Ostrich<ss.  .--' The ��� peculiar '"waltzing Instinct" of  ostriches, described by a South African  nii turn list, is iiVsiidden7.riiiiiiing off.  wiih a whirling .movement, first oile  way and (hoi: the other, and spreading-'  and oscillation of the wings. The.habit.  an Instinctive play in the young, Is  thought to be connected with escape  from the'large carnlvora.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Burns,   etc.  English John find Pat were two  fnondl-y woikmcn who were constantly tilting, cacli one trying to  outwit   the  other.  "Are you good at measurement?"  t*.ked John. ,  "I   nm   that,   said   Pat,   quickly.  "Then could you tell  mo how many  shirts    I could!-.gel out of a yard?"  asked John!   ���������,- '������"..     '  "Sure," said Pat, "it depends, on  whose yard you get into."���Ladies  Home, Journal.   :  ...���'.      The Stormy Potrel.      1  The tiny stormy potrel is a bird of  Iriiniense wing power. It belongs to  every sea, and, although so seemingly  frail. It easily ��� breasts furious storms.  Petrels, have been observed 2,000 mlfea  from nearest land.  Snakes.   ',.    .  Snakes swallow  their prey  and digest It In a state of dormancy, -  For Keeping   Ice. *  Besides great anxiety sickness in the  house causes n great deal of extra  work. In any disease accompanied by  fever arises the complication of bow to  keep ice water always at hand, so at  any minute the patient may have a refreshing drink.  It is very tlrln-j for the nurse to run  down several Hights of steps to tht  basement, where the refrigerator is  generally kept, to say nothing of the  invalid, who is apt to be restless and  exacting, and tho long wait on the  overwrought imagination makes her  feel as If slu- was being neglected.  The following method for keeping Ice  upstairs is very good aud shows how  besides being reading matter a newspaper can be turned into a very useful  nrticle. One often wouders If the ancient Romans who first iiitrodueed the  daily journal ever realized to how  many uses It was iroing to be put and  what they would think If they could  look on the present generation and see  the thrifty housewife rolling up carpets with it to keep out the moths and  covering the pantry shelves.  Fill a pitchvr with ice and water and  set iu the center of a newspaper, then  gather the four comers at the top,  bringing the ends tightly together!  Pler-e a rubber hand around them to  hold close nnd exclude air. A pitcher  of Ice water treated In this manner will  stand all niglit with scarcely a perceptible ineltlnrr of lee.  has part 01 his land in flaxseed mav  ieet that he is insuied against tota'l  loss 11 frost should destroy his wheat'  lhe new settlers aie the, ones *f01  whom flaxseed is the most profitable,  not only because it can be sown later  than any other crop, but also because when sown on fust breaking it  Prepares the land for a wheat, ctop  the following year. Thus the farmer  gets the advantage of a good paying  crop the first year from land which  would otherwibe yield him no return  at all, and lie has a bigger crop cf  wheat on the same soil the following  vear, because the flax crop lots the  sod and dismtegiates it.  Protect the child from the ravages  oi woims by ubing Mother Gravc.-i"  worm Exterminator. It is sl standard leniedy, and years of use have  enhanced  its  reputation.  W. Chase's Neive Food can be positively lclied upon to giadually and  naturally   build   up   the   system.  Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food, 50  cents a box, at all dealers or Edman-  =;on. Bates & Co , Toronto, ''Out. To  piotect you against imitations tho  portiait and signature of A W.Chase,  M.D , tlie famous Receipt Book au-  thoi,  aie on  eveiv box.  _htr /������ L  if'  r\> <  A?  V-1,1  A1  Little Girl���Oh, mamma! Toll me1  When will I be big enough to be unhappily   nmi lied?���Life.  ���WANTED'  to hear from  owner haring  A   GOOD   FARRi  for salo,      Not purtlcular    nbotit    locution.  l'loniH sli-f.   price and   dmrniit.on,   m-.d re&-  i*on for -ellintf.     Slate  wlien   lve*^o��siol- can  bO hnd.   W 111 deal with oivnon only.  L. nnrl>\*lnrn. Hot "1*1    Iit>< Ii'-tfr. S   Y  "���J  n  1.  fy.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  Oflice Boy���Please, sir, mv grandmothers dead, nnd I must' get elf  '���aily   to   go   to   the   funeral   match���  "\oa" thP football ceremonv��� thai  is���     (hxit   in   confusion.)���Punch,  FREE  Send  us jonr  nam* and Hddre��s _^_^  '^c?L_ll?l&^^-*>*->n* ��� th.  ��1A.K MFQ. CO.,/e3 2)7Bt.,Pj!07IDB2f(!E.S.L,U.3,_  You  would  find  it  to    do   your    own  Mis. Brownson  nioie economical  cooking.  Mis.   Woodson���How  so ?  Mis.       Brownson���    Your  husband  wouldn t eat &o much.  Phil. O. -Sopher���Don't worn-, old  man. Chickens always come ' home  to roost, you know.'  ' ��� Discouraged Friend--��� Yes��� after  they have laid their eggs. in .some  other   fellow s   barn'.���Judge.  OVERALLS,  COATS & SHIRTS  "  Her  Kind Deed.   -  At a: meeting of a Band of Merer  class In a small town near Denver each  child relates the kind deed he or she  has recently done. One day the teacher asked little Emily to relate the kind  deed she had done. She quickly rose  and said:  '���I took ofT a tin cau tied to a little  dog's tiill." '     '  The teacher asked, "Did you know  who tied it on?"  "Yes,"   replied   Emily,   with   hesita-  I tion.   "I didn't know any kind deed to  Her Husband���My dear, : how did  you happen to emplov such a prcttv  nurse girl ? &  His Wife���I didn't happen t;. do  it. I did it because I-wanted1 the  children to have police protection  when they are in the park or street.  ���Pick Me Up.  ���   -..^ .v. �� -      of    watching   the  i report, so I tied it on so that 1 could   Americans      spend       their   money.'���  1 toko u <j��ji ��� Brooklyn''Life.  i  Little English Girl���Can-we   go cn  the continent,��� mamma ?  Her Mother���We've  been  there  much,. .' '      ���  Litt|j English   Oirl���I know it,. bu  I   never gel tired  so  HERE IS  PROTECTION  and a guarantee of positive satisfaction to the wearer. If you want  comfort   and   service,   ask   for  KING   of the   ROAD  LOOK    FOR   THE    LABEL.  W.    N.    U.    No.    685. '(,'  ii  \w  >,  *>  .       j  ���Y  *  j  /      e  I-,'1  i.  "tl'  5'  rv*  ,.  -   i_.  j       ����-  r  ..-?" "  fit  f>  ^  K i  t  .-.'.   l  " H  ��� -ft  ./,  i*  , |      t  Y  /-V  " V'  'Ml    *  ' f'>  '     i  ir  j*y -  j- .��*.  '      -I  I  1:  )��� . <   *  ~0 -  i* i  r          i  i"  iti-       i  ��     ,  .*  Y  M;  ,.'    / e  .-J',  *A  ; '-���  'If,  .  1 ���*���    -  %  y  ',  ��� i  ���*'U  ?T  ^K'  Ji r  fi  vm* Y  , .1    s.  . V-  ,l��v.  jr  ��;,��.  He.'  -K <  i A?\ '. v"'  **v  *f' '  *  '���He'  xj'  f>-i  '*>���  fl           J>  I.'  /-.; ' ft  .'>  -f' ;*  '���* ';   o  -i,r  ���      H(f   T  ��� t\  ,>'  tv  it'  J.  ��e.  v.' y  ty   '  *r"  "9l  > >* .*.,  r*                 i  ft  1$- >*"  -T v  ^  'I)  1?��.-  IM.    >���    ,  J*? �����  -  ��� V  ffl(     ?  *  '*-i3 i"  M.-  '.kiiif**, - *  ,       r  1 J    r, v -f, I i  1      ��,i�� ��'��/   L&fl _ ^, i  i��j'f,-'i( -/.;*--      i  ',       '*&5 *Yi**,i    !v��  {-fesfi\.*a!?j.'     ���  -.-ffifSSv,!.?'&--'  ��#^Y      -iii:  ^^5ft//--7<.*i-r ..I.    *  ������S��*sfe��-f,iY 5 * i**  IW',-'  s '--  I.?  !$UW����vfc. i' '  ���.i^Vfi-jj-Ii-'-i*-  It  -*��� *.�� A      t-. -V��_i*  ��� S �� ? .--J*/?**,     ;  -:t yy^.fy -  _ *���   ji  'k-^j *.�� *;  >v A-r V"*  rv.  I^Y ��� *  ��_&jj -1  ,!i'^:V'?-*'    tt  ���c4i**.^&f?i-- r -  ������".'Nfeli.'V.-Jss'e    -  ���'.?,.rpC*  LYrVA    '  v:r-i y  .' Iv1"'.;  'v ,��� K ft.,: *  ���A^r ���" ^  " ^-;*fVi tif-V'  jf- j�� ���*H'-'D'.,  1 i',"f,-",'. **���-'���  tl''',T|il|rt "    '  |yr;.Y  <��;,'i*Yvv  'fo'-^i.'  >jl-*v-,;ri-''w.  I'f i  I       -. rs  r"  ;?-f:v/;B'Y  !':5;:7y;!IV''<-.'  '." i-'" V '' e-  THE IJiADEK. MOYIE. BMTISHCOLUMBIA  Tl MOIffi LE1DEE.  Published iu theinterest of the people  of Moyie and taut Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  SATURDAY, -MAY- 2, 1908.  By the  way, havw  you cleaned  up your yard?    * ,  ��������- ,       <  .  i .  Greenwood'Ledge:���The  green  , onion has  much to do  with  the  braatli of spring. "  More government money should  be spent; on the roada-ia-the vicinity of M.iyio.   ' '      i  '    , J.���...        <-  -   When a inau reaches the height  * of fame he sometimes grows dizzy  with self importance. -'  .       r   ���*- ���*"'  Greenwood Ledge:���All muckers  cannot bi3   superintendents,  but  ' almost'any superintendent can be  *��� ,     ' -  . a mucker.'      ,. -     ' ,'<  The Badge of Honesty  Is on every wrapper,of Doctor Pierce's  .' Golden Medical Discovery because a full  list of the ingredients win posing it is  printed there in plain English- Forty  years of Ci. [jerierice has proveu its superior  worth as a-blood purifier and invigorating tonic fbr thecuroof stomach disorders-  and all liver ills. It builds up tho rundown system as no other, tonic can m,  which alcohol is used. The active medicinal principles of native roots such aa  Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stone and  Jlaudrake root, Bloodroot and Black  Cherry bark aro extracted and preserved  by the use of chemically puro. tr(plo-  roCnca glycerine. Send to Dr. It. V. Pierce  at Buffalo, N. Y., fur free booklet which  Quotes extracts from woll-recogiuz<*d medical authorities such as Drs. Bartholow,  King, Scuddejt Coe, Ellingwood and a  host of oihej-*<, showing that these 'roots  can be dapcuidcd upon for their curative,  action ifcall weak states of the stomach,  accompanied \l*y indigestion or dyspepsia  ns well _\ ia/���1 bilious or livercomplainu,'  and in/tV"astill8 diseases" where thero  is los^Wfllcsh and gradual running down  of tletSrstrength and system.   &-  ThcColden Medical Discovery"makes  rjgliVniire blood amflo Invij-oraites nncj"  rT^uTrites tiic"stom^cli. liver ppirj iwwpIs-  aml. throor'l "'pnl- ���h<' whole . system.  Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimple*  nnd eruptions as -.veil as scrofulous swellings, and old open running sores or ulcers  aro cured and hciiled. In treating old  'running solcs, or ulcers, It Is well to Insure thoir healing to apply to them Dr.  Pierce's All-llcallng- Salve. If your druggist don't happen to have this Salvo in  stock, send'fifty-four cents In postage  stamps to Dr. K. V. Pierce, Invalids* lloVejx  and Surgical Institute. Buffalo. N. J,-, and  a largo box of the'"All-Healing halve"  will reach you by return post,  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as aoubstltutc for this non-alcoholic, '  medicine^?  kxows, composition, not  even,   though - the  urgent   dealer  may  thereby make a littlo bigger profit.,        "*.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* rcgnliiMS  and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.  Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take  as candy." " <.        ,  '   ' The, man who doesn't advertise  - ' l ,     r ' 1 K  is like the fellow, who throws1 his  girl a silent kiss ia .the'dark. .He  knows'what he is doing but no  one else doei?. -      1  - -It is strange in life that we recognize the right of every criminal,  no matter how clear.his guilt, ��� to  have a fair trial and to speak in  his own defence, yet we condemn  those who are i near to 'us, every  .day, misjudge and" sentence"' them  without a,-moments listening to  reasons, causes,-or* motives.���Live  "Wire.    ,       '   Y' '    '       - ' '  Thinking /of Spring:  F'aInting,,Etc?      ,,  " THEi>T- IIEMEjMBER  B. H. SHO^t,  ���\     > a*  ,  '    cranbr6ok,'-b.(.c ,   ' ,  '   '". '   ���       I    I  Bjx   33.-   '    ���  \ , *   ' '    > "  Will send competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or��paper your  home,       , '���   '  C ALDER, BROS!  -; Cardinal "Gibbons tthe highast  ',      i     ��     '   ' i-  i  dignitary in the Catholic  Church.  in'the United 'States, .urges  the  purchasing of union-labeled'goods  as  the  best   and  most" practical  method of abolishing sweat labor.  Iu a sermon  to  his congregation  recently,   in Baltimore,  he  urged  them to discriminate in  making  purchased in favor of such employ  are as treated thier employes with  j ustice.  ��� ��> ���  Owing to the number of  claims^  being presented for  broken  spectacles,    smashed      derbies     and  scratched  faces,  due   to    violent  contact"   with    "Merry    Widow"  hats, the managers of the  Seattle  street car  companies  are  considering a  measure  to    restrict the  headgear.    One  plan   is  to raise  the fare for  women  wearing  extraordinary hats and the other is  to enforce the    theater rule   of  "'hats off" on the cars.  CONTRACTORS  AND.  Hand Painted  China^^83^^  We have just received a  shipment   of ' beautiful  hand   painted Austrian  china  which   we,   must  ��� sell   at  once - and  at    a  great reduction.  ''    Don't miss  this   opportunity.        Come    early,  ', ������   and get a small   tea set,  chocolate    set,    or  preserve   set.    Sugars   and  creams,   Butter   dishes,  1    celery     trays,     cracker  jars- and salads, etc.  ,This large, and  beatiful'  ,    ���   assortment willy be  on  'sale   for   the  next , two  ���weeks so call-.aud see us  early.' J.  . - /  r -       e),  MOYIE; -DRUG,   "AND  STATIONERY' 'STOER  'a  St.   Joseph's -Convent.  j* *��� r -  i      '       '.      NELSON, B.C.     ?   . ' '  "     ' ' . 1  .1 '    " . '   . i  hoarding and Day School^ conducted 'hy the SisWrs of St.'Joseph,"Nelson",  B. C. " Commercial and' business  courses a specialty. Excellence - and  swift progress charactenize each department'.. ^ Parent's-should,, write for,  particulars'." One month assures \th'e  public of "the thoroughness ~of the  Bisters'-methods of .teaching.. Terms  Homm*jice January,,, April and' Sept  Pupils are admitted during term.,  BUILDERS.,  * * '* 1  Work by the day or contract!  Estimates cheerfully given. .  AU work guaranteed Qrst class  MOYIE, B. C.  BUY YOUK  Cxi&*_3t3^S3*, ���  Tobacc os.  F"3r"Lxi"t and  FEOM  A B. Stewart   & Co.  '   .        MINERAL ACT.  *'     '   (FORM   F ),/���-' .     .*  II ������'',��� ' r.  ��� ',-Certificatb of Improvements.  '      , " *, i     '       *        '  NOTICE.-     ��� ,'''*���  o-     . " ' o -    . ;J  IjOt No 3543 Half Moon Mineral   Claim. ;situ-  iitu in Uio Fort'Steeie Mining Division' of East  Kooteuny DiBtrlct,    ���   l- .������       -       ,i  ' Where located: . On  St-    Eugene ' hill uear  Mojie. r, ,        i {f*.    ,.  TAKE N'OTICF. that I. Thos. T. MttVltto V. M.  C.No B10J1 Agent for John P. I'arrcll F. M.- C  No. B 1359,  .Sadie  Fairell F. M. c! No  Norman W.   Burdett"   F." Ml '0.-, No   B1358,  ^ylllIam Bird'/F, M.  C. ,So B 983.  Ilenry-. J.,-C."  Steuart Free Minci's Certificate No. B1335, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to js]>-  ply to the Mining Recorder��for a Certificate of  Improvemeuts, for the purpose of   obtaining a  a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  . .  1 Aud fur'tfier .take notice that action,  under  ,*cctiou 37, must be commenced before tho is  suance of tucb Certi Bcate of iniprovements.-  , Dated this 22nd. day of February, A. D. 190S.  TUOd. T. MoVITTIE  I   0. O. F.  (Vlltley Loilse -*"��� "���  Meets Tueidav eveninps in McGregor  hall  on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invittd.  H. J. Lowes F. J. Smyth,  jNoble Grand. beery.  St.' Eugene Loilge No- 31-  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  evening    in    Mi\GrPtor  hall at 8  r 'clock,"  Veiling brolheis invited.  W". J. PeIjTUam, -E. A.' Uiix  Chancellor Com./ ' ��� K.B.andS,  Moyie   Miners'   ^nio.n  No!71,^. F,.of M.  Meets in McGregor hall ovfry   Saturday evening.      Sojourning   memhors  are cordially invited to attend.  John Taylor'    '     ThosYY Kelly,  '    ''  Prebident.J    . -     '        Secretary  -i"*  Q..- A. RENEAU;  -   y:/'BARBER.      ' v'  ,i       - -    * j*  * ���-     .       >''  , Eirrt, Glass Work  ' '        '     ' '-   " * iv   .   '   '  HOTEL  t..KOOTENAY  ' ii r^ ___.___________m_H*_mm**  Harvey,    McCarter,  &  y Macdonald. ,.;     ]  ! * i ' '      r        I'  i     ,.       '   i* ���";  ' "        ���"- '   '  <  Barristers, Solicitore, Notaries,^Etc.  Cfanbrbo_i, .-!, -V  B: c.  - i        i- i ' >  Shoe Repairing  Mining Shoes  Made to Order  THE CANADIAN.BANK  OF COMMERCE  DEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  "KSIAISUslilii  ���897  B. El WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches  Paid-up Capital, SI0,  Rest,' 5i05jjjj  113.000,001  Total Assets,  __i. a. SMJT  n   '    ,      ,     >  ,  ,       ,      SHOEMAKER,  MOYIE, ,-      '     -    ���  ��  STOP AT*THE'  i _    f        '      \ !  COSMOPOLITAN  W:,F, GTJRD, p;  ��� r, .    .     l  t BARBISTJSK, SOCICIXOB, JETO.  CRANBROOK..  B. C  Y ' C:H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor,'Notary Public, Etc  / yCran&oqk,'B.;C:y-;J;;  irB98c2; dr'yf. .b.vMiles,"^ ;.y-  DBNTIS _?..! ^ y  '���-.<   Bv C.  T. T- McVlttic, C. E-, P. L. S. II. Y. Tarter, C  1 t ,  MoVITTIE & PARKER  i  i *  * Provincial Land* Sorveyino  kai-wav j*t mining  _ng1>tejeki2,g(  Estimates Furnished.,  OFFICES      ���   '  Port Steele P. O. Box 25.  < t  Cranbrook,P. O. Box 11.  Cfari'brook;  . -   - n-c ��. '  '    'WHEN, IN        -    -  C   ���  ��� '- ,.* j-'    ,-    ���      *   \  . ,:: ' ' CRANBROOK  ' '   \     ''"    -        * 'v37;"r' --  K. U. SSrALL,'Mnii��B��>r. -       ���     t    .    .   ���-,'  ' , I. ,     ei ��..'ir  -i. ,.",..-       ���      :     ���-j--  "      ' \*~. -v  ,"' -  ' !Good rooms, good tablea'and. bar  and   first class sample'roome.;  "       " .' --        r  . . ( >      f. ,        . ,',  e'1.   '/ .,    *".-       '    'f>      '  BANK MONEY  ORDERS  i i '    ie4iirn iT-mp FOU.OWiNa niirn.  ,    ,  ISSUED AT THE FOU.OWINO RATCBc  $5 and under..j i     3 cents  Over 55 and not exceeding $10,     6 cms  / "    $10 ,   "   ..      $30......'.   10 ctrif'  -' -    $30     ."    -- -,'"   ���      "S50    15 cents  These Orders are payable at par at any office in_Caiiu.ila ii -, Cb.^rii  ��?  hese Orders are payison; hi. j-us -��� ��.v viuw m vjiuiuuii ii   i i. I, srti*r, j n,  (Yukon excepted), and'at the principalbanking- ppmti. in lhe t -ukij ^.C1  Tliey'are noffotiablc at $4.90 to the ^-.stfriin-jj It; Cre.u Hn(;lm .iml J^Y''  ihey form an excellent method of remitting small sunn of 1   and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay at any <  CRANBROOK BRANCH. ,     V!'"   V.   ���     r.T.  Cosmo  1, HARRY DIMOCK,    Proprietor.      ,    "   ���'  ;    ?  '       *- ''" >, T"-    - ,;'  ,'Nearest Hotel to the St. Eu|jene pmine.  -,     '       , . , r*T   / ',"   *��� -   'A  /       Headquart^s .foi*'Miners.  UA_k SUPPLIED. W1T1C m?ST'BRA3Sr;iJS OI-LIQUORS ANDCHSs  '/.' T   V   YRates $1.00 a day::andup.  ''  y '   '   '* - V  ' -' Y -' >-y* ii  ,,';  ' y&V    "    -i'-*''����T��"_1''*-*' Y ,u/l'L'ft' "*   "'  Wm. Jewell  -i?.*-  Express and' General,   Delivery , B.usi-   ,  (      y .        ,        ,      , -   1- "  ,.ness.,   Iiiyery. and -  '   Feed Stable., <   "yy,  ���wood.VMd Aco'kl  e-Y*;:V,r, -For, Sal��y *--'yY':, ,���  r>   I-        " ',' -   ':���" -    ���", *' -!'*>    "    ������  ''-���/ Leave Orders at.--, t-,*\   7 "  r   ''*���    , * Gwyntie's Store!>   '<;-  ���"  1.' ,'4 ,'i%   '., '* \$A"kArr '" .'-' ������-  Moy-ei    n/r     "^litis- Columbia  -���''�����      "*'       QC^C'   ���'* -'.  ,, ,���vi   , - ��� p   *i*'*-'jj.'.-', *5W^TL��'   iY tV^afltT'*���*,-  ���*    -1'* *"'*,    /'     ' c,'    '*   '   ,u     ,<-c-,  C   f V'**  ' r     ' JT A\;~r. .n'r.UA'& ,v*Q^ 1? fX'f 'f-J-P-in A PTR 'nnH- E A  .,/S  J -1^  A 'A!  George, H. Thompson,  Barristkr, SoLrciTOtt  *      -.    (Jtary Public, &c.'     '   t  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  T  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  r * ��  This hotel is now uudarv new  management, and is first- class  in every respect.  _^. 1.  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria. Street.     /��� MOYIE  SEND YOUR JwOltKJ TO i^HE  ���> '      ^ . -/ t* *.\ *���-    * 1,  KOOTENAY  r :STEAMv. ,-'-  LAUNDRY.  ���* "    * 1 ���- 1  ;, ' " '''    kelson" '    , ���  ' ''y    v'     .   , ,    v.  , All White Labory   '  ���1 "        ^  r r\  Leave work with the local agent  A, B.  STEWART.  ^ <\f     '���   "       y. '' *'-'>    - *���   f,"c'\  MOYIE  ^< f  LINOLEUil  CARPETS  There is general surprise over  the action of the  executive council of tbe   Western Federation of  Miners in discharging W. D.  Haywood, for many years the  trusted  secretary and treasurer of the organization.    His recent prolonged  debauch while in  Denver   is  said  to be the cause  for  his  removal,  but probably the almost  treasonable, libelous and radical speeches  which he has been making  lately  has had more to do with it.  LIQUOR LICENCE  ACT.  -Sri-..--.'   -'}.'-  Notice is^ hereby given that  one month after date we intend to  apply to,'the-Superintendent.-of  Provincial Police for a renewal of  our Hotel Licence to Bell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions of the Statutes in that be-  hilf, in the premises known and  described as the Kootenay Hotel,  situated at Moyie, B.'C., to commence on  the  1st day of   July,  1908. l'  McTavish.-ifc Cameron.  Moyie, B.C. May 1st. 1908.  FOR SALE���Fresh milch cows.  For particulars write to  MORGAN LONG,  I'incher Creek Alta.  EDUCATIONAL.  Mr. S. Moore, B. A. jwill give  les*sons on Bookkeeping, {Arithmetic, language and Science in the  evening.  Mrs. Moore teaches  the  organ,  piano and theory of music.  Apply at residence.  JUST ARRIVED  A  fresh, supply.^of  our noted  Imperator Hams  and Bacon.  Hams, $15 per 100 pounds, lOi  cents per pound single   hams.  Bfiicon, $17 per 100 pounds; 18��  cents per pound single   slabs.  Try  our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Empress Creamery but  -��� '.'ter.'." ������" ,   ���'  THEY   ARE A SPECIALTY  1 ���  P. BURNS & GO  MOYIE, B. C.  W. R. BEATTY  Embaliner and Undertaker,  Phone 9.3; CRANBROOK  When furnishing your  homo or hotel don.'t for-  get we can furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT  ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON,  B. C,  AG NTS  Mason *t liiych Piano Co.  Ostermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  ���TEE-  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a  stylish,   up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  G. A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, "      B. C  O   F. DESAULNIER  DEA.IER'IN  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueeW Ave.      MOYIE  DKBACLNIEIt     HKOI3,   l'op��.  Large   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial men.  of accommodations.  Bes'  Headquarters   for   Com--  mcrcial and MiuiugMen.  Queens avenue, movie, b. c  A. 1.   McKllLOP  AgSAYK'JH-  NELSOtf,  B. C  ^llMIMIf  _nh>__���1f������&  RATLWAY  One Way Colonist  Rates to Alberta and  British Columbia  From TOKONTO  BHANTFORD  GUELPH  GALT  LONDON $40.03  KINGSTON   50.10  OTTAWA 51.40  OTTAWA via Chicago 52.45  MONTREAL. ��� ��� 52 70  QUEBEC.................. t -.50.00  ST. JOHN-MONCTON..... ...00.05  HALIFAX....,...- ������������������ ������..63.15  Tibkets on sale Feb. 29th, April  29th, 1908. Corresponding low  rates from intermediate points.  Correspondence invited and  cheerfully answered. Call on or  write  JOHN MOE,  Dint, PnsH. AgU  Nelkcm,  E. J. COYLE,  Aas't Ociil. 1'nnR, ak  V_iccut����-.  -P.IF. JOHASIO.JV  /K -C r ' ' * ' 7" - J '���  % Thi_ Hotefis New and well Eurnishe<T 3  Tables are Supplied with the Best1  Mamet affords.. The Baris Fillecf^i"-*^  A        the J3est Brands of Liquors vand- 0ig4*.^  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  "  AND MINING MEK '  MOTIi! ��� -        - - -' ���      V     BJUTISH COUIj  s�������   I t<Sfi�����36������������������������������� *9S3 �����=����� 333S d&3&3^.-3f0�����  v.  .  _*.���  t*-waBaJiv* *���-��������**��� wiwunwamiW!.  Jyie  JV i  A9 mnde by the present* brewer is ndmittcdi*  Best' Beer in Bust Kootenay. Willi (hc Best Ms.1  he Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled fonii"  Insist ou having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  iion  Mm  HAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  MOVIE,*)!  BRtSSl  if",  Property for Sale  IN ALL PARTS OF T  F. J.  S;  *.v>noi'��iio��.tl��Pr",*ll.l  ���'."Urrogallo"*'^  ���^doBlred   t*l��B  or '   '  ;*j!uht or ourvod.  ."��e- -'  ���.MpTflU**  ;��� r. .**,.'i.  - *y-i*'?'*'v  Pviv�� i.r_ 'a  W-i-J'/jEi!  s^i^S   Insurance, Real  Estate, Cc

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