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The Moyie Leader May 9, 1908

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 1897'  lEAnQUAivrani; for  iSOUVENiRS  ��H., WILSON, Jeweler  ORANBROOK.  ���Mc  y . ��� /?-.       .- -  ���r     -S'.*/,,--     'j5-i-iS"i.  '   f  i  **"'  ���v..'  ,y.  Hra HjV. iir-    O-*-* rd  OT7R GLASSES DO   IT  W. \l. WILSON, Optician  Sg_3 ' CRANBROOK.  ��?*V  KOL. iGtfOo,  MOYIE, B. C, MAY, 0. 1903.  . ��2 A   Y K A K  ..'4  J j *i  ^SL.  ��?  1|*!.ii4  SSix Hiindred  i**Fj'' .Nte'i^s ftincy spring shirts.    Various, assort-  ak|; meiils'of fabric; mcl'iiding-zeffers,-   gingham's,  .'bYparamata'tLhd new melveiYcrepe. -  V/ YTheso new artistic .designs and .patterns  are  |&y  the best, ever shown by u's'and\he rapid sales  rffipS, which we-are;making is^am pie'reward ���for; the  jji*"' *care and trouble exercised in.selecting. They  "arc always sold on sight'. * ' ' ( , - ,. _ * " ���, Y,.  'j Q^3!*v^^^EI3SST ���T r.^  j ,       -' '    ', , FOR    QUALITY.'- *   '   ' -'  1    ,   GEN....���. . _v-. *  35->--**>-j��*i��*i��&*>*a��*j��-5-33*-i&-S*3*53*l����R  Fernie has  ovens. - J  over     1,000    coke  i.'Will Stock'  'r  the Aurora  ",   "/  ' ''--.'.      y    -. y - -  fars^ tobaccos,  At Sandon the Eureka is working thirty-five men.   ���/,       .  ,-', Thirty years ago gold,was" panned ton Findlay river. . *-  '-,    - ' ��� .���  Tho Atlantic, fleet   will- be , at  8eattle*"about May 23rd.  _ The Daily  Canadian  at Nelson  ? e- /i  has suspended publication.  ,  s>.  IRELL-' BLOCK  FRTTIT,  ^.Confectionery  ETC..        *��� i n   ;.    7 *v  %<7^a  MOYIE'  IBeale^^'-Elwell^r  7 Fire" Life, arid' Accident Insurance, v.  --'~ Y  / Y;y-'-1'77;!M0YIE,'B.-.C.:  "Merry'Widow" dances are  the  latest in1 "Vancouver society circles-  ., Kaslo merchants-will,, close on  Thursday afternoon,. during .^the  summer.V ../.,*. '  V     ,- ' J        1       <,     - * -  The Last Chance mine and -, mill  near \ Wardner,      Idaho,    .have  started up again.   - Y      '"     ,t   ,    '  tea  fSItOOHT-.  ist Arrived  if '��� Y Yn\-^Miliirig'^Company's;-'     ,���',"*  ���-'���',     -   /  [UNQARlfN'-PATE'NT.- FLOUR-,'  v -,,"^-'Y 7>y.-"���'.%- -'v''*������* -'.' -,���* '"���  *��� y.i v  Y -���-'"A.lsofyBrani: btiop, .Oats';and'.Wheal.,  4-1 i.    *''*-,     '.'       -"     '     J    '���''    '    ' '  '"'    ' I-,..*     _____       *        ,       ,  -it/;  . * * '(YOUR'?j Ol^'NYf STORE.; a  Moyie Cp-OperativefAssociation, Ltd 5  Buy,yours goods lierc and share in the  V1 * '   *- "  ���  VYhich will be paid  ' J-XJJXTE-  SO.  , -   .We have  THE Quality  ,.< The.Buiralomino near^Silverfrbh'  has resunied'operations with"Sam"  .Watson in cliarge.    T .-   ,   ,     Y  "C v,-"''*"    V        ' if "       ".-.'J. '-Vi'- ~  .. ���< u', -     V    '      -       - <--'   1 ' ���"���>  * -,The *, Soo-Spokarie' Strains \ ar e  meeting with popular favor with  tlie traveling public. ', *   "'",    '  \>,  '   . I              -^     ,         **         .        \ - r, 1 1.  ' *   1   v    />      ',.  j- j   ' . ,1 rv      - _-  . Five hundred fruit ^farmers" are"  coming from England to locate iu  British" Columbia. "   <.*'-'  Acharter has been applied  for  the .Amora Mining  and  Davelop-  meut company and the stock  will  soon be on the   market,    The  big  ore   bodies   /which    have    been  opened up during the past month  amply ^justify   the  syndicate inj  taking this action.' Jc is proposed  to-run  a- tunnel   150 feet  lower  down tlie hill,  and  for  this  purpose a   boiler    and   compressor  plant .will bo   installed.     To  tap  the ore' body / now uncovered  it  will  be", necessariy  to drive this  tunnel 57-5 feet, but other ore bodies* may', be encountered' long   before   this' distance' is    reached.  The ore is,of good shipping  qual-';',rell,'wa^ very ill for several dvys,  | y   LOCAL/ASS A YJ  Mr*?. Lomer was in Cranbrook  yesterday.  There will be services at the  Catholic church tomorrow.  A son' was born to Al r. and M rs. ' %  W. P.. Prevetce on May 5ch  * "*>���_>  ,' Mr.    and     Mrs.     JJVarror    and  daughter have inoved-to Spokane. -  Log diiving on Lamb creek has"!  been in progress for teveral  day--.'  ��� The ladies of ' the Presbyterian i  church   will' open ' an   ice cream  tent about May 23rd.  ; J. E. Crowe is, now able to  sit  up andLj recovering rapidly fiom  his, very severe illness.1    '    '  ,   Mi's. Facrell, mjbher of the F.lr-  rell brothers and Mis-, Mamie Far  PAINT  ityand there^is-nothing to ^hinder  tbe paying of dividends as soon  as the property can be worked on  asystematic basis. From, present  indications tlie"Aurora will' be a  winner,'and will be-a Jclo3e-rival  of the St. Eugene in a very'fewi  years.-*' ' '-c    '.,"-' *  ��� ' A snowslide at'Sandon put ^the  electrical,   lighting     plant   and  ��� .    t-.ii".  water,system out oE'businesf.,       '  T Qrand,^ Lodge Delegates., <  '" The grand lodge -Knights of  Pythiks'1 will meetlthis?Vye_ar -"lit  Victoria on. Wednesday, *"May! 13.  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37 Moyie  will be represent by E. A. Hill.  Mr. Hill will leave for the coast  tomorrow. . c'' / ., ' - -  '.The Odd\FeilowV .grand lodge  will convene, at-New Westminster  F." J.  Terms  _\!St2����  Gash.   Deposit Accounts Opened  FARRELL,, BLOCK '  ' s*  _^__^_^__Zl-l  ���As  V e-.S.-  &'\  MOYIE'S ^LEADING^ HOTEh. w    -' $  Hotel Kootenay j  ; The best of accommodations |  for. the Traveling Public. |  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms. , Billiard Booms,  <������**.!   ''  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors,.  itSK��,  k  ���    ' ���   jl  IS   it  TORONTO  that 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing ,  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   Ask  -4  E. A. HILL  9  r"  ft  THE   FURNISHER,  "-*._ .*:i.'.i' MiiM pVAAA- -A�� ris, ~urj&- s��t^2t_s��z-2.j>i. iSz-rf/Ls4>urf/ -^��.ii*i r-  j2i_sSr_i*tjiz. ^*> *ii  ���i-'i3y--o'.|mpBrial Bank of Canada,     j  j--*^^..'to*L. jr  l^l^hngncH^-alcohoiic.  Iweffta^e>��lf he ha  ��Mc^akehis. Get.  L4ysf|Tfaisisour ad*.  Capitat Authorized $10,000,000.  Capital paid up  -1,925,000.     4,925.000.  avings bank  department.  wed on deposits from date   of   deposits  and  <*terly.  tANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager-.  x*a-zyt- ^T^TT5��*jijr-/^r2jT:**��--����- j^xy.yr i^nn^x .*;,-. ---���;- Va -;^-jtjr r^r  , Tenimillion have bean paid, all  -f .   *** j >      -  told in, irpn.-and steel   bonuties.  They, will be continued until 1911. on Wednesday, June 10th  j ---��� AJ. ' ' : ' s " ' -'jSmythr'has been'elected delegate  yFerme had a $10,000 fire Thurs- f^Vildef L&dge Nol^l;' with'  day morning. , The Fernie* drug ^ G.-MonkhouSe-as alternate.,  storewas destroyed, and the Fernie hotel somewhat damaged.',- "  ���*, Last mohmthe fatalties in the  ���>��        -^"-i ' 1 ���Jt-1        ^ -���     *��� ��j*   -  TfeadwelUnjine/ Alaska, averaged  one.man a.dayvV; -:' ,^- L,  ^, *^ ^  ** '�����*���'? ���**    I ���n._5.''cA- fc'- -i ���     .��� ���   , .i_i--f-j.fterf./ *--.-j- j-jJ  j     k,   ��y   "����� t"* I, *��� ", �� "^h"  . ,M^iss Winner, died' at the 'Victoria hotel in Slocan- last.^week'.  She jvas sixty, years' old and, a  pioneer of the city.  P trick Cudaby the millionaire,  pork packer.is investing heavily  in Vancouver roal estate and timber, limits  on Vancouver Island.  ���,,- t CatiioIiciSecial Joday.yV*"'  '    '    J-'     "     "      ���   .1      "h\U     ' '   'f      '   . '   ''"'  ,*- '    t A'A% <�����������   ~ Y\v       '  'The:'-ladies��;.6f ,'the Catholic,  church; are ^holding ,a *social -this  aiternooniana.^o.iraumg in Alorley  Hall. They," are servingryaand-  wiche"s and cake/and coffee,, and lodge toattehd, and-several may  bad is now convalescent.        ' -  Mrs. R. Campbell'and children  were down to Ryan this week  visiting with Mr.  and Mrs." A. C.  cook":;,'   Y: ^':l / ���     ��� , ,  , ;Dave Porter andVife" left Monday for Spokane, where they 'will  probably make their home for  some time.   ,"-**���"    ." -  >r   ,,'  , J. CV Drewry ^has returned  from the east and isnow in 'Rossland. He will reiurn^to' Moyie in  a' day or two. r -  ���  ^Attention is called to tlie cheap  round trip summer rate3 over ..the1  C. P. lYwhich appearin ths com-  pany's-adv. on another page.  '  T.,W." BLngay, 'comptroller' for  the Coasolidaced company, wag  here the first of the -' week ' on  ofScial business.    - '-*'.,  '/-T. B. Kelly, "secretary  of the  miners' union, was -in 'Cranbrook,  1*       ..,.-.< /. . -  the*first of ths week lookingafter  some members'of the' union who'  aresiek in'fche hospital.,' ,\,  '.*.. A lodge of Olid 'Fellows.* will" be  instituted at Michel next-Monday  Aa-iaviibatioa h.as b��oa*ex.taaded.  fco-'the'''members .'of thV  Moyie,  ,TJiis is llic time of the 3;ear to do yc'ur- pain -,  ing, while the days are cltmdy'and jcool, and, before  Ih'e'dust Degih's to fly. ' /r -  We',carry Prism'Brand ready mixed   paint, in  all the leading colors.    Also' white, lead, oil, tur-,  pentine, varni'ahes, paint brushes, etc., etc.  ri With Pdsin Brand mixed paint' 3tou   can ,do '  your own worlc as well as a'nj^painter. y ','   ,  .. :Try a tin on .your kitchen ceiling or Wainscot-'  ing, and be convinced lhat with PrismyBrand you-  are a*.painter.     "     ,    '   , *     < , ,   '   *' '",''  MacEacbern & Macdonald  ca       ���* j J ���     -   v    ^ c  _��   u  m  What An'arcliists Would Do1.  icecream and" cake,, salads, etc.  This' evening there will be a musical, program. jThe-- prices fiare  rasonable.    All are invited, and.no  1 ���.  one will be sent empty away.  Attend-and assise in the good  work.       *  John Simpson, former principal  of the Moyie'school, but now���in  Phoenix, recently purchased 26  acres pf splendid fruit land near  Grand Forks. -For some of it  hepaid $175 per acre.  All arrangements have been  made by the provincial government for the, distribution of free  books among fche pupils of the  different public schools of British  Columbia.  ,  With no work iu sight for over  five weeks, and the majority of  them without any money, Prince  Rupert's population is in a bad  way "aud to-day men are eking  put an existance by living on fish  and clams.  Txrn-ct.. in.  A lodge of the K. of P.  stituted at Hosmer - on May' 1st  by J. Fleishman, grand outer  guard of tho grand lodge. The  degree team from Fernie put on  the work. The lodge starts with  a membership of 35.  Moyie's Telephone System.  Maurice Quaiu, of tho Cranbrook Electric Light company,  was up to Moyie Tuesday conferring with the directors of the  Moyie Telephouo company. He  gave the directors of the local  company much valuable information and arranged for an agreement with the Cranbook company  for the use of poles and for connections with the long distance  phones.  CARPENTER WORK.  is.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter work done cannot  do better than communicate with  Wm. Bridges or Wm. Meredith,  Aldridge. Prices '' reasonable.  (Work] first ''class. ��� Orders may be  loft at Fitch'n store..  Talk of C. P..R. Hotel Here.,  There i3 a rumor in circulation  to the effect that the C. P. R. intend buildiug a hotel on Moyie  lake, and will boom tho place as a  summer resort. ' This is ���, good  news if true, and if there is ' any  way in which the people here can  help along the matter they should  do so. It might, be well 'for the  board of .trade to get busy.  Elected   Officers.  The' Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church, Moyie, met on Thursday last to elect officers for the  ensuing year. The following  were elected by ballot: Mrs. J. .11  Hawke, President; Mrs. J. E.  Crowe, Vice President; Mrs. J. W.  Fitch, Treasurer; Miss L. Crowe,  Secretary.  This is ' Pavday.  This is payday at the St.  Eugene, and $10^000 will be clis-  triduted among tlie employees of  the mine.  AlcGill Students Mere.  A bunch of.McGill students are  taking in the St. Eugene mine today. They are here in two special cars.    A Clerk Who Was Wise.  "I want some collars for my  husband" said a lady in a department store, "but I am afraid 1  have forgotten the size."  "Thirteen and a half, ma'am?"  suggested the clerk.  "That's it.. How on earth did  you know?"  ' "Gentlemen who let their wives  buy their collars for 'em are almost always about that pizo ma'am," exclaimed the observant  ijlerk,,  ' -The following  "dope" ' is   taken  from  the   Anarchist'Journal-of  Paterson, New'Jersey, the   Hotbed  of the  "reds."     Tnis  paper    has  been barred from the mails.    *���  -  "When [we are ready, the- first  'thing to do is -to  break, into  the'  armory and siezj  the  rifles  and  ammunition.    The  next^thing -to  do is to'get'h'old  of" the'police  station, and when, the police'3ae  that they are nob' strong enough,  the ehaif, of police   will -< ask for  soldiers. V .    r T*"     Y >'  ./Then-even  at that," tb.3-dyna  mite   is ., easy  for- us   to     get.  Twenty-five  cents     worth]' will  blow abig iron, door .down.   AiVe  don't waut bo -forget--that dynamite:'will help���us,to win.-  Two   or  three of,us can'defy a regiment of  soldiers without fear.    Show    no  sympathy for any soldier,  even if  they be the sons of fche, people?'-  .  and" Drug  Co.   store on  Monday '- "As soon as we get hold' of   the  and Tuesday May'llth and 12bh.    police station   ifc is   our  victory.  Thos.    Embleton  of    Rossland,  The thinS   is *��   kill  the  entire-  grand master of the Odd  Fellows force'    If   uofc  ther  Wl11 km  U3-  METAL   MARKL'T.  ���   New York���P\r silver, 5-3  Lead,"$4.7o.    Copppr, 1|3 ct=.  -   Lond'on-���Lead, ��12, .17- lid.  cts  Y Cranbrook   Race Meet.'  go from here.. -  W. H7 Wilson,  the   Cranbrook  jewler will be at .the  Moyie Book  ail  m  T-'f'J  ii",'  of British Columbia, instituted a  lodge of thafc order at Hosmer  lasfc night.  W. P. White, former superintendent of the So. Eugene, is up  from Spokane in the interests of  John Daly, of Mullan, Idaho.  He is selling stock in the Black  Horse property, which is situated about 20 ^miles from Wallace.  Mr. White came to Moyi9 today.  FOR SALE Ytwo^ good, substantial houses and lots on easy  terms.    Applyto F. J.  Smyth.  The buildings of R. Campbell,  G. T. McGregor and MacEachern  & Macdonald have been treated to  a coat of print, adding greatly to  their appearance.  Methodist church, tomorrow  evening at 7:30. The . Rev. Wm.  Boulton's subject will be: "False  Excuses." Sunday May' 17th.  Tho preacher will be "Miss McMillan."  FOR RE N'T���Barber shop next  door to Loader office. Apply to  C. A. Foote.  Wednesday ovening was ideal  for boating and every available  boat was out on the lake. Geo.  Gunn with the bagpipes, Mike  Torpy with his phonograph and  the Cosmopolitan symphony orchestra rendered musical selections.  Annual District Meeting.  When we are ready, we must set  ifire to three or four houses ia different locations on tlrs outskirts;  which will bring out the fire department and all the police.  Then we'will start a fire in the  centre of the city. Tiii3 will be  an easy thing to do, a3 the police  and firemen will be on the oat-  skirts."  Church -of England Service.  There will be  Church of  Eag  land service in McGregor   ball  to  morrow  morning    at 11   o'clock.  The service will be  conducted by  Rev. E.   P.    Flewelling  of   Cranbrook.  LOST���-An Eagle watch charm  about six week ago. Finder will  bo rewarded by returning same  to B. J. Ililey.  '  " K-11  ft-  +.'-   -e* I  j*-'[ -r  , ,*���*������,  w\  Tha track and .ground  for  th8     ;#.8"  opening race meet-'of the Western   " jy}  Canada    Turf    association  to   b-i     ,\&'  heldvafc Cranbrook on the   IS  and  19  instant are  nowiv assuming   a  condition of   advuacecl  readine-?s'  for the event.,   The half  mile cir-  cuil- is already*.well -banked on the , .KJi  curves and rolled to a perfect;* run-, c��kl\  ning surface.    A first .class water,,-y^.i'-l  supplyr��or all p-arposa-i'' has   b-j^n-. '-.^j  secured by-a/connojetiori .between^,, ^u,'  fche city nvun*3 7and_the loose'box   ^  stalls^ staads and eaelo-mre-jY The  rail3 and outer!-fence are -now* ba-  -*-  ing afctehded   fco ,by  th'e crew- of  carpenters who have  erected , the  stairs from the flit iu front of fche  depot fco fcho grounds.    Several  of.  fche local   h irses are in   fcrainiag,.  one of them beiug reported fco   be  -I verfciable  rod-in-pickle   for  the--  bsst that may be offiored by  Spo--  kane, Forfc-Scoele,   Pinchor creek  or Calgary.  Murphy  Leaving Moyie.  ' *$  m  y-j-;. il  A!%\  (*' *'  "v ���*  ll  J. J. Murphy is closing   out his  business    and'    will   be    leaving  Moyie  the    latter   part    of next  week.'   Ha will locafce afc   Hosmer  temporarily, but will  eventually  go fco Salt Lake   City,    where  he  has several relatives liviug. J. W.  Fitch   will  move to  and   occupy  the Murphy store  building  afcac  May loth.  At the Half Moon.  ,v.  ' A car and rails have been purchased for the Half Moon property. The tunnel is now in a  sufficient distance to justify this  expenditure. The property is  looking good.  .,*!*���  .Y  .i.,.  a-  Y  .��'  --1    !���]  The annual district me3fci��g and  ministerial session of th.9 Methodist church was held at Cranbrook ou tli9 5th, Gth, and 7ch of  this month. The business of the  various churches was atteded to,  and the reports from same were  received. These spoke well for  the future of Methodism in East  Kootenay. Delegates wore elected to g'i to tlio conference which  is held in Vancouver, and opens  on Tuo.-Hl'iy! uexfc,   the  12th  inst.  _&'��_��.'&  Its active |jr-ncJpIe9 cre^r-i? o!_  far, a   pure, Ssealife-givlag   t*^**  acid, Is derived soiely frosa c^^pes  ToliSOEions tngrefiicnis arc iovsxS. in lhe  lo-wr-prfced baiting powders. Tiselr  active principle is a mineral! acid derived from suiplinrSc acid, oii ol vitriol  SSndy thc labcS cijfl livy  only baltSno pnvvder ra��t<5e  trozxi areata ot tarlar  'A*  .Af.**?.'  , j  A,-.t* ,rfK-7pR.e*wWW-*WK��n^--, ,mv..u. J��*. ����v.*rt.^i��..  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">-.'   ;    >,  ,.**��� l.-Jj *  V... ' J,1|.  J       *'��   H  '���*���,.,- ** V.  ,.' n f   - >  -   * saaw'H-fys  f .. i,s-'- ������-.  ;!\    '   '*   "  .,.->,  ' ^A'-4&'rA-  -.iifv -  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  5&?  REFUGEES  By A. CONAN DOVLE.  Author   ol   "Tt>c   Return   o.*    ShtrlocJ.  Holme***  Coprrlght. 1SS3, lay Harper 4 Brothers  m  ���A\  >:-e':v;--  !:���!���  I .''-���::-. '..   .-;:'���   -  tiMl7,i  (Coni'nued.  ca.U'.a':: vl  i HE rovU.*? wl'.'di ^vre inbabitcd  by tbe Uulv w ho bad already  taktMi =���-.> marked a j/ositinti at  the court of France were as  , humble as wero Iter forUiues at the  time wlK-n tliey were allotted to her,  but witli lhat rare tact and self re-  Btr.iint whicb were the leading features in ber remarkable character she  1 bad made no change ill her lh iusj with  tbe incMMie of her prosperity and  forbore from provoking envy aud jealousy by any di-ipliiy of wealth or of  power. In a side wine; of the palace,  far,from the central salons and only  to he reached by long corridors and  , fitnl'-*, "were the two or three small  ohanib/n-f- upon which the eyes, first of  tbe court, .hen of France and finally  , of the world, were destined to bo  turned. In Mich rooms had the destitute widow of the poet Scarron been  boused when she had first been brougbr  to court by Nline. de Montespan us' the  governes^' of the royal children, and  in sucn rooms sbe~ still dwelt now  f that she had added to ' her maiden  Frni.coiso d'Aubifcny Uie title of Mar-  diiisc de Maintenoii, with the' pension  * and estate .which the king's favor bad  awarded her.     ' ,    .  Xne young guarasman bad scarce  ever exchanged,a'word with this powerful liuly,' for it was her taste to iso-'  late heirself and to appear- with the  .-otirt only at the hours of devotion. It  was(| tlierefore with'some feelings both  " of nervousness aud of curiosity,,that he-  followed his guide down the 'gorgeous  corridors, where, art and wealth had  be-eif strewn with so lavish a hand.  The lady paused in front of the chara-  bjr door and turned to ber companion.  '' "Madame wishes to speak to, you of  what occurred tin-* morning," said she.  '   "I should all*, lse you to say nothing to  madarae about your creed, for it is the-  only thing upon  which her heart^.can  be hard "   She,jiii'*eu'' her finger to emphasize the warning,  aud, tapoing at,  the door, she pushedu'it open.   "I have  - brought Captain"de Catinat, madame,"  said she.  "F "Then let the captain step in." The  voice was Arm  and yet sweetlyi inu-  , sical. -      '   __z_ .���4_  ' Obeying the command, De Catinat  found himself iii a room which was  no" larger and but little better furnished than that which was allotted to bis  own use. Yet, though simple, - everything in the chamber was scrupulously  neat and clean,  betraying the  dainty  -taste of a refined woman. The stamped   leather, furniture,   the  La   Savoru-  ,nicre carpet, the pictures of sacred subject-*, exquisite from -an artist's point  of view, the plainI"uur-'i'astefulc-ctivtains,  all left an Impression half religious  and half feminine, but wholly soothing.  * Indeed, -the soft light, 'the high white  Bfatue'-of thc Virgin in a'canopied niche,  with a perfumed red lamp burning before It, and tbe wooden prie-dieu with  the red edged prayer book upon the top  of it made the apaitmeut look more  like a private chapel than a fair lady's  boudoir.  On each side of the empty fireplace  was a little green covered armchair,  ihe one for madame and the other reserved for the use of tbe king. A small  three legged stool between them was  heaped with hei\workhasket aud her  tapestry. On tbe chair which was farthest 0fi-oui the door, with ber back  turned to the light, madame was sitting as the'young ollicer entered. De  Catinat, without having time to notice  details, was simply conscious that be  was in the presence of a very band-  some woman and that her large, pensive eyes were fixed critically upon  him and seemed to be reading hi.s  thoughts as they had never been road  before.- _  "I think that I have already seen  you, sir.   Have I not?"  "1'es, madame. I bave once or twice  had the honor of attending upoD you,  though it may not have been my good  fortune to address you."  - "My life is so quiet and retired that  I fear that much of what is best and  worthiest at the court is unknown to  me.    You have  served,  monsieur?"  "Yes, madame. In tlie Lowlands,  ou the Rhine and in Canada."  "Ln Canada! All! What nobler ambition could woman have than to be  a member of that sweet sisterhood  which was founded by the ho'.y Marie  de rincaruatiou and the sainted  Jeanne Is Der at Montreal? And  doubtless you bave liad tlie privilege  also of seeing the holy Bishop Laval?"  "Yes, mad.iiiie, I have seen J'.isliop  Laval."  "And I trust that the Sulplrians still  bold their own  against the Jesuits?"  "I bave heard, madame, that tho  Jesuits are the stronger at Quebec and  the others at Mouiroal."  "And who U jour own director, mon-  hioui ?"  I>e Catinat felt tliat the worst had  come upon him. "I have none, madame."  "Ah, it is too common to dispense  with a director, and yet-I know not  how I could guide my steps id the difficult path which I. tread if it were  not for mine. Who is your confessor,  then?" , A, ���   .      '  "I have none. I am of the Reformed  ���'church." . .  '��� y-  . .,!,  The lady  gave a gesture of horror.  it rne own oremgm rue inny o:ick to  I This, world again, and her devoted at-  i tendant auswcied ber s-umuiDiis to en-  j ter.  ! "The king !s in tbe Hall of Victories,  ! madame." said slit*. "He will be here  i tu live niinm**��."  j "Very well. Stand outside and let  - me know, when he comes. Now. sir,"  I she  continued   when  they   were  alone  once more, "you srave a note of mine to  the king this morning?" ,  "1 did, madame."  -~-*"Aiid.   as   1   understand.   Mine,   de  ' Montespan was refused admittance to,  the grand lever?"  VShe was, madame."  ������lint she waited for fhe king in the  passage and wrung from ban a promise that bo would see her today?"  '���Yes, madame." '  "I would not havo you tell me that  which it may seem to jou a breach of  your duty tj tell,    l'.nt 1 am fighting  now against a   terrible froe and  for a  great stake.    Tell   me,  then, at, what  hour was the  king to' meet the mar-  qui>e in her ropm?"  "At ���!���   Hindu me." ' '  '  "I thank you.   You have done me a  service, and 1 shall not lorget it.   Now  you  must go, captain."   I'ass through  the other loom and so into tlie outer  passage. And take this. It is Bos-  tuet's statement of the Catholic faith.  It has softened the - hem ts of others  and may yours.    Xow, adieu!"  De Catinat passed out through another door, and'as be did so be glanced  back., The lady h.ul her back to him,  and her baud was'raised to the mantelpiece. At the instant -that he looked  she moved her neck, and he could,see,'  what she was doing. She was pushing  back the long hand of'the clock.,  Captain de C-atiuat had hardly vanished through'the one door before the  othe'r was thrown op6n by Mile.' >Ja-  non, and tlie" king entered the room.  ,Mmc. de Maintenon rose with a pleasant smile aiid courtesied deeply, but  there was no answering light ^upoii  her visitor's face,.and lie tlirew himself dowii upon tbet vacant, armchair  witli "a pouting Iii- and a frown upon  his forehead.  "Nay,' now this Is a very bad compliment," she cried, with the gayety  which she "could assume whenever It  was necessary to draw-th'e king from  his blacker humors. "My poor little  dark room-has already cast a shadow  over'you." _ - - ���  "Nay;'it is*- Father la'r Chaise and  the .bishop'of Merfux, who'have been  after mc all day like two hounds on a  stag, -with talk of my duty aud my  position, and iny sins, with judgment  and boil fire ever at the end of their  exhortations.';"       ,  "And-- what would they bave your  majesty do?"    i ��� -  "Break the'-promise which I made  when I'came upon the ,throne, and  which my grandfather made before  me. Tliey wish me to recall 'the edict  of -Nantes, and drive the Huguenots  from the. kingdom. ��� You would not  .have me do it, madame?"  "Not if it is to be ii guef to your majesty. 'Bethink you. sire, that tbe Almighty can himself incline their hearts  to better things if he is so minded,  even as mine was inclined. May you  not .leave it in his hands?". ,  "On my wovd,".,st\id Louis, brightening, "it is well put. I shall see if  "Father la Chaise can Hnd an answer  to that. It "is hard to be threatened  with eternal flames because one will  not ruin one's kingdom."  "Why should you think of such  things', sire?" said the lady in her rich,  soothing voice. "What have you to  fear, you who have been the first son  of the church?"  "You think that I am safe, then?  But I have erred and erred deeply.  You have youtself said,as much."  "But that is all over, sire. Who ia  there who is without stain? You have  turned away from temptation. Surely, then, you have earned your forgiveness."  "I would that tbe queen were living  once more. She would find me a better man."  "I would that she -were, sire."  "And she should know that it wa3  to you that she owed the change. ,Oh,  Francoisc, you are surely my guardiau  angel, who has taken bodily- form!  Uow can I thank you for what you  have done Tor me?" ^Ile leaned forward and took her hand, but at the  touch a sudden fire sprang into his  eyes, and he would have passed his  other arm round ber bad'she not risen  hurriedly to avoid the embrace.  "Sire!" said "she, with a rigid face  and one finger upraised.  "You are rigl,it; you are right, Francoisc. Sit down, and I will control  myself. But how is it, Franc-oise, tliat  you have such a heart of ice?"  "I would it were so, sire."  "No. But surely uo man's love has  ever stirred you! And yet you bave  been a wife. You did not love this  Scarron?" lie persisted. "lie was old,  I have heard, and as lame as some of  Ins verses."  "Do not speak lightly of him, sire.  1 was grateful to him; I honored him;  I liked him."  "You did not love him, Francoisc?"  "At least I did my duty toward  him."  "Has that nun'-* heart never yet  been touched by love, then?"  "Spare me, sire. I beg of you!"  "But I must ask, for my own peace  hangs upon your answer."  "Your words pain me to thc soul."  "Have you never, Francoisc, felt In  your heart some little flicker of-the  love which glows in mine?" lie rose  with his bands outstretched, a pleading  .monarch, but she, with half; turned  head, still shrank .away'froth him.  "Be assured of one thing, sire." said  she. "that even if I loved you as no  woman ever loved n-m.-iu. yet I should  "i "nre weanoo-jou Mrnen yon nave  stooped to noimr my little room with  your prc-enoc. That is indeed ingratitude, nnd it were a just punishment  if vou were to leave me In solitude to- 1  morrow aud so cut off all the light of / ���,������!,����������  hv  my day.    And why have you not rid-   And   -^.anguo^arid w-knuj. ��  den today, sire." i �� <  ���   "Pah!     It   brings   me   no   pleasure.  KEEP Weil  This Spring  Thei-e was a time when my blood was  stirred by the blare of the horu and tha  ru*-ji  of  the  hoofs,  but  now   it  is aii*  wearisome to me."  ''And hawking too?" .  "Yes, 1 shall hawk no more."  "But, sire, jou must have amusement." ' ,  "What Is so dull as an amusement  which has ceased to amuse? I know  uot how it is, When I was but a lad,  and my mother and I were driven from  place to place, with the Fronde at war  wiih us and Parl^in revolt, witli our  throne and even our lives in danger,  all life seemed'to be so bright, so new  and so full of Interest. -Now that there  is no shadow and that my voice is Hits  first in France, as France's is in ICu-  rope, <all-is dull and lacking in flavor.  Would >uu like to avoid the tired,  draggv feelings of spiingJ  Would vou like to keep up your  appetite and poweis of diges-nou*'      ,  Would vou like to l'oiufy the sy-'-  tem against the disea.se germs whicli  link evervwheie in the Spimg inner'  You can fulfill lhc-*.e cleoiie-* by the  use of Dr. A. W. Chase's Neive 1-ood.  It is well not lo wait until \ou are  run down and inin ruble beft-ie beginning thi*,, treatment.  The blood i*. sine to be weak and  watery in the ,Spimg, after the artificial indoor life, and what Dr. A.  'W. , Chase's Nerve Food does is to  inciease the, ted coipuncles in the  blood ,and tlieieby make it rich, red,  nourishing and life sustainijig.  Keep well and happy this spnng  and avoid ..eadnches and indigestion  by using Di. A. W. Chase's Nerve  Food. So effecfive is this treatment  in forming new, rich blood and invigorating tlie- neivous sybleni that  vou are bound to be benefited by its  use. 50 cts. a box at all dealers or  Edmanson; Bates & Co., Toronto, Ont..  The portiait and signature of A. W.  Chase, M. D., the famous Receipt  Book author, aie on every box  J��� '      '  Y=  '   MODERN REALISM.  Historic   Inn   Deliberately   Fired   to  Provide   Cinematograph   Pictures,  Ye Olde Red Lion at Hampton-on  "When. I wns in Europe last siim-  'mer.y said (layman, trying to .entertain the minister, "X cot quita inter**  estcd ill some of >mem old churches."  "Indeed,;' replied- the Rev. Mr.  Goodman. "1 supposo you know St.  L-'anl's  in  London r  ��� ,:'No, you-don't tell mc? What hotel's he stoppin' at? '���Philadelphia  .Press..  ' a    '      ���' .  \  rile bou-cd,piofoundly three times,,  What use is it Jo .have all pleasure before me wheu it turns to wormwood  when it,is tasted?"  "True pleasure, s-re, lies rather in the  inward life, tbe serene mind, the easy  coiiscieitce. 'And,, then, as we grow  older Js it not natural that; our minds  should take ii graver bent? We might  well! reproach ourselvesvif it were'not  , so,/for it would show that we bad not  learned tbe lesson of life."      <        ���  "It in'ay be sb, aud yet it is sad and  ' weary when nothing amuses.   Who is  that knocking?"- a*,ked the king.   <   .  "It is- my cpmpaniou," said madame.  "What is it, mademoiselle?"  "M. Cdnicilie* to, read to the king,"  said-the young .lady, openiug the'door.  "Ah, yes, sire; I kuowhqw foolish is  -a woman's tongue, ' aud "'so I 'have  bi;ought_a wiser one than mine here to  charm .you. M.' Itacine was to have  come, but I hear that he has,had a.fall  from his horse? and he sends his friend  ���An bis place.-1  Shall 1 .admVt.ih1.ui?"    .' .���.  '"Oh, as you like,' ni.-fdaiiie, fis you  like," said the king listlessly." At a  sign from Mile. Xanon a little peaky  man with a shrewd, petulant face and  long gray hair falling back over his  shoulders entered the room. He bowed  profoundly three tunes and then seated himself nervously, on the very edge  of tbe stool, from which the lady bad  removed her woikb.tskct. "  "Shall it be a comedy, or a tragedy,  or a burlesque pastoral?" Corueille  asked timidly. '���There' is my 'Protended Astrologer.' "  "Yes, that will do."  Corneillo, commenced to read his  comedy, while Mine.' de .MainteiiDu's  white and delicate fingers picked  among the man; colored silks wliich  she was weaving into ber tapestry.  From time to time she glanced across,  flist at the clock and then at-the king,  who was leaning back, with his lace  handkerchief thrown over his face. It  was twenty minutes to 4 now, but she  kuew that she had put,it back half au  hour and that the true time was ten  minutes past.  "Tut, tut!" cried the king suddenly.  "There is something amiss there. The  second last line has a limp in it surely."' It was one'of his foibles to pose  as a critic, and the wise poet would  fall in with bis corrections, however  unreasonable they might be.  "Your majesty is perfectly right,"  said Corueille unolushingly. "I shall  mark the* passage and see that it is  corrected." He picked up his book  again and wns about to resume his  reading when the king said:  "Si. Corneil'e, 1 am obliged to you  for what you have read, and I regret  that I must now- interrupt your comedy. Some other day perhaps 1 may  have the pleasure of hearing the rest  of it." He smiled in the gracious fashion which made all '\ho came within  his personal mllnence forget h s faults  and remember him only as the impersonation of dignity and of courtesy. '  The poet, with his book under, lili  arm, slipped out, while h.s majesty  said to  madame:  '   "I   see   by   your   clock   that   It -Is   4  o'clock.   I must go."  "My clock, sire, is half an hour  slow."  "Half an hour!" The king looked  dismayed for an instant and then began to laugh. "Nay, in that case!"  said he, "I had best ."remain ���'where I  am, for it is too late lo go, and I can  say with a clear 'conscience that it was  the clock's fault: rather than mine."  "I trust that it was nothing of very  great importance, sire," said the lady  The. .transition fr6m winter's cold  to summer's heat frequently - puts a  strain upon'-the system that pro-  educes internal complications, always  paififul and ofte^i serious.. A common form -of disorder is' dysentery?  to'r-which many are- prone in the  Spring and summer. , The very best  medicine 'io use in' subduing -this  painful ailment-is.Dr. J. D.- Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It,is a standaid  remedy", sold everywhere.    t   ���  "T "notice," saici   the syoung . man's  employer,^1'that you are-always about'  tlie first' in the oflice in the morning.-"  "Thank' you, sir.    ��� - <  "Why do you thank me?" , , "  ' "For noticing it,'"���Chicago'Record-  Herald.  and a sudden hardening showed itself     ra-lncr spring- from that window on to     - ^      of,demure 'triumph' inter  .. ..��� . . _. . .- '     tliA      o    aha      tmiiin/in/j      li /..u./ifli      1    Mill      /ivm1 ' .. * v  J.n'   mouth   and   eye.     "What.��� .iu   the  court  itself,"-she   cried,   "and   in   tbe  ���neighborhood   of   the   king's  own   person!'1  "You   will   find,   madame,"   said   De  '���Catinat sternly, "that members of my  faith  have  not only  stood around the  throne of France, but bave even seated themselves upon it."     ! -  "God has for his own all wise purposes permitted it, and none should  know it better than I, whose grandsire,  Theodore d'Aubigny, did so much to  place a crowu upau the head of the  great Henry. But Henry's eyes were  ���opened, ere his end came, and I pray���  oh. from my heart I pray���that yours  may be also."  She rose and, throwing herself down  upon the prie-dieu. sunk her face in her  hands  for some few minutes.    A  two  the stone terraces beneath than ever  by word or sign confess as much to  you."  "And why," Francoisc?".  "You have wasted too much of .your  life and of your thoughts upon woman's love. And now*, sire, the years  steal on, and itho day is coming when  even you will be called upon to give  an.account .of-your actions and of the  Innermost thoughts of your heart. I  would see you spend the time that Is  left to j-ou, sire, in building up the  church, in shoeing a noble example  to your subjects."  The king sank back into his chair  with a groan. "Forever the same,"  8aid he. "Why. you are worse than  Father ia Chaise and Bossuet."  "Nay, nay," said she gayly, with the  quick tiic-t in  wlih-h she never fall��il.  Preachers' Opinions  Rev. P. IC McRae, F.orks "Baddeck,  C.B.; "I always count it a pleasure to  recommend the Dr. Slocum,- Remedies  to my ,parishioneiS'. I believe theie,  is nothing bettei for throat and lung  troubles or weakness or run-down system. Por-'speakei's soie throat I have'  found Psychine very, beneficial." .��  sRev.i^W. H. Stevens,, Paisley; Ont.^i  "Psychine- seemed just the*st.iniulant  my system needed. I bhall add ray  testimony .as to ha efficacy at every  opportunity.*/ '       , A,���*-'< . -"  Rev. R. 'M. Browne, Amherst Head  N.S.:    '"I   Have   often   recommended  Psychine  since' taking-Tit  myself,  for  it    ''a cure, for the .trouble^you-iSpe-  cifv.'"        " " ,   - '     *���  ' Rev.- Cha�� " Stirling, Bath, N.B.: "I  havo used Psychine in- my family;  the results-were marvelous. I have  visited people 'who state that they  never used its equal.' I strongly recommend it."     7 ,7 '  Rev. J. S. J. Wilson, Markdale, Ont.:  "I have taken two bottles of Psychjne  and, am pleased to say that I 'am  greatly nnpioved in health. I - was  troubled with my ,tluoat, but now I  find it about restored to its noimal  condition. I find my work very much  less taxing. J believe Psychine is all  "claimed   for  it."  These are earnest .preachers of the  gospel of Psychine.-Tliey know whereof they speak. Psychine cures all  throat, -lung and stomach troubles. It  is a great voice *'strerigthoner, acting  directly on thr- vocal," lespiratory and  digestive oigans, thus specially adapted to public speakers. At all'  druggists, 50c and $1.007"*or, Dr. T.,A.  Slocum, Ltd , Toronto.  Pop-.'Dryden. Swift, Colley. fibber  Peg Wofllnpton. and Kitty, Olive, the  place had been doomed to make way  for a modern, hotel. ,,���,_���,  Its internal 'fittings had , been , removed, and to Capt. Graham the captain of the, local fire brigade, came  the idea of making the shell serve a  useful put pose-to give C*>��d practice  to his men and to'help the orphan  fund of the National , Firo Brigade  Union by affording to cmeinatograph-  fers.and photographers, tho opportunity Of taking icalitstic pictures and  contiibuting  to  the  fund  from  their  /''The'window frames, accordingly,  were wreathed with cotton wool  soaked in paraffin, and oil and inflammable materials wero scattered  about the interior.  'When tho cinematograph w;as in  position the fire broke out'in the  lower pait of the housie and spread  rapid iy.        ' . ' -   ,    ..  . The alarm was given, and the  Hampton Fiie Brigade nnd tlio brigade of the Metropolitan Water Board  tan the neighboring reservoirs nibbed to the inn with three -"learners and  several'fire ebcapes. The place by  then waa enveloped in flames, ���ari��  floods of water were soon playing upon it. ' , ,     ,  .A number of people were',able to  , niake their escape from tho taproom bv tho Afrout entrance, but pre*  enlly several porpons, including twp  women, whose escape appeared to be  cut <f,ff, were soon ut, the upper windows -J culling for * help. -'They were  brought snfely throi'gh the flames and  smdk'e to tne ground by means o�� the  escape. A .man seen crawling aloug  the'roof; and,,another,man at an upper window, were also rescued 1n the  same way, and tlio last ,to-leave the  burning building was' a man who escaped by jumping'*from the top of the  porch over, tho main entrance. Two'*  horses - were ��� -also rescued from . tbe  'stable. ,. 'A  The Grcmen continued to pour water  on the house for ' fifteen '- minutes,  wheft the * conflagration was extinguished. *The old hotise wns considerably" charred after the experiment,  and swamped by the wat-er from the  engines.''   *r   ,.     Y-   -   ', ���   ' --  ��� KIMG EDWARD'S INFLUENCE.  ,  uitional position as was secured mt  Sweden and Norway by the-'treaty oi  855, by which rwigUnd .ana l-ran^e  lad   guaranteed   thc - wmVjtial   ind*-  Elderly Aunt���I suppose you won-  deied, dear lit'le Hans, why I left  you so abiuptly in the lane. I saw  a man, and oh, how I ran.  Hans���Did you get him?���Fliegende  Blaetter.  ^  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment,    Lumberman's  Uncle Hardncre���I believe in government ownei*hip of all monopolies,  especially  the railroads.  Uncle Backache���I dunno 'bout  tliat. livei stop ter think what the  conductors 'd be like if they had the  hull army and navy backm' 'em up-*  ���Puck.  Itch, Mange, **rairie Scratches and  every form of contagious itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's  Sanitary Lotion.  One of the Consuls to Persia, during a visit home, said the piesent  Slrih will never bo the equal of hi.s  predecessor. "What a character the  late Shah was1  "Lady Drummond Wolffe once got  permission to \isit the Shah's haiem  She took a fnorul with her who was  about to be miuned- The two English women wandered over the palace  and presently the Shah encouiiteied  them.  "'Come here,' he said to Miss  Blank  in  his  crude   French.  "She approached.    He looked closs-  ly at-her.  '"'You are about to be married,  said.  "'Yes,  your Highness.'  "'It's late!'"  he  eyes. .  .   '        . ��� ��� . -  "By no means."  "No state affair?"  r  "No, no; it was.only that It was the  hour at which I had intended to rebuke  the conduct of a presumptuous person  But perhaps it is better as it is. My  absence will in itself convey my message and ih such a sort (hat I trust I  may never see that person's face more  at rny court.    But., ah, what Is Ibis?"  The door had  been  Hung open', and  Mine, de Montespan, beautiful and furl-  eius, was sieiiiilin*.' lioffirr. tbf'in.  (To   be   continued.)  really  "Do you    believe    distance  lends enchantment?"  "ft   does   to   bill .collectors,   but   it  certainly .-Joes not to pay day."���Kan-11  *���"    City 'limes.  Sent Letter Which Prevented Norway,  * " Becoming .a Republic.  Two ' 'anecdotes - of ' King' Edward,  uhich go lo show that His Majesty(is  a strict constitutionalist/in his own  country,  but ,is  less strict when  ah-  'other country'is'concerned," arc given  by the ^Wiener Allgcmeiue Zeitung on1  i^.igH  authority:','-       ',.  ' The   first   is- that  some  years   ago,  'when   Mr.   Chamberlain -was   at' the  ��� Colonial Office^ the King asked Itfin to  &end   him -some papers, relating'to  a  colonial  question, Ju whichv.0is  Majesty, took" a!, special "interebt.       Mr.  Chamberlain is.,said to, have refused,  declaring if His'Majesty, had'no confidence in "his Minister he mighVdis-'  miss - hiin.Vjbut that, as -long .jis^ the.,  M'nister ciijoved the'confidence of, the  King- and" Parliament' it -.w^iriconsis-  lontj-with the constitution,for.anybody.  ti  interfere   with  details  of administration.   'After  a 'moment's-reconsideration  the   King* replied,. "Yous are  perfectly   right.','.       -  !The second story /.vould show that  it  U   owing   to  King  Edward's  in flu  ence   that "Norway,   aftor  the' Hepara  tion,    did'   nut   become    a0  republic  Bjoernstjerne    Bjoern'son,    the   great  Writer   and   Radical   politician,   who  vplny.*d a most influential part in that  evenfj, was convinced, it. is said, --b>  ui ijaitograph letter lrom King.,Ed-"  >v.ird that a 'monarchyy would be - a  ^reat advantage to Norway, particularly if King Haakon, whose wife i*>  in   Ivnglish   piincess.   should' ascend  the throne. "     '    Y   - ..   u  King' Edward is represented to have  'pointed out that England was ready to  -ccuie for Norway, after her separa;  Lion from Sweden, the same international position as was secured lot  3  18;  nad   guanine*.   "���-  ���,,  pendence of the two ���. countries. J he  King, it is.said.-added that he could  zTiuch mo.e easily attain tins if ^or-  vay. inpiead of declaring a �����>�������������  ���lcctoei Haakon King. His Majesty s  irguments had so convincing an effect  m Bjocrnson that he ,dropped the  .dca of a republic. Thus the "Allge-  meine Zeitung concludes, it is; owing  >o a letter of King Edward that \or  vay is not a^rcpublic.  Hecreased D*-urikenn ss.  A recently-issued Blue Book ii. Frig-  'aixd gives some significant and in-  '���easting returns as to the ivsults of  ,h. measures taken under th�� ltter  Licensm? Acts, and the dinui.i.*diod  number of conv.ctions for drunl-en-  'less or for offences arising fiv-ii  drunkenness. Dining the year I'M?  1.713 Ijcenses censed to be operative,  'he persons holding them, and tho*e  ���wning the leases or freehold ��� of the  license-Fiilue. being compensated The  aveiage amount paid for extinction  jf licence*, appears to have been le��.��  than' ��1,000, which would have b-e i  -Treafly increased if the el.-uni* of lhn<-?  .'ispossessed had been fwllj satis-fied  The total would aKo havo b->en i/ie-ih-r  if the local authorities lnyl claimed  for licenses vohmtaiily smicndi red  bv them, in the' interest of tli<��� community, as they will be able to under  Mr.'Asrpntli'* new bill if it b'cojnes  law as it stand* It has been *.'iid  "hat the attack lias b^-cr/ mi.fle chief'-,-  [ion license holders with *s��iill means  i,nd therefore likely to suffer Jhr*  rreatcst hardship. But. Ihe "fact that  ���he compensation paid Varies-in individual -cases fnern ��5130 to no-"-|v  '..'..000. seems to dispose of that alio-  ration! . Clubs; 'during la.*l year in  '��� creased by.' 186, to''a total  of G.C07.  Calling the  Ketth White.  Judge���Are you Ilie coresporH"i:t in  ''heso divorce proceedings?'.'.  .Witness���No;.'your lio.nor. You see-  ���-cr--.I'm 'tlier---er--the' defo'iulan't'.---  i/Tinity.  Mr.  J.   E,' Carson,  2|8  St. .Clarens Avii.,   -Toronto,    Canada,   \mtK.  London ..Lihs   I nsurance 'Co.,   London, Canada,   writes.*  "I, have used  the  popular  romj&dy known/as1 Rc-ru-na, and I can ten  as to  its  merit*.  -I. regard  it as one of   the' best   ,tonics -now   on  ���narket." ' ",',','-,   Y '  TOR'ONTO, is 'one  of (no 'most boautffui* citfea in the \sf/.l.f  is revered as a family medicine .    .  , Peruna can hoakt1 of being ^a, -fixture in OYcr n million mit-h >���ipi  homes'on thi.t continent, .where j.H is uned for the ..petty, nilmtms .'.  afflict the family. >, *��� -  - ���* v   **�� t   -    V '    .  - , Coughs'and colds, catarrh of,tho head and throat,.sore tliru.,t,in vj  ions  forms,  disturbances 'of* digestion,   catarrh   of   tlie  sfonmdi,   y.  "���. 1 ' 'Head Stopped vUp.\t ," ( ��  Mr.. G. W. Martin.-'-'iHnrlford, ,,Ontario", choir l<fadar nt St...Paul's Episcopal Cljurch, writes: V J"' ,, _r ."  "f have, been troubled ygith-catarrh  for a .great matxy'lyearfi',' and always  trying something for^it, but*was able  onlyyto secure temporary relief" lintil  I used Peruna. " Only' five ..bottles rid  my' system ot nil' traces of^cnlarrh,  and I havo not noticed/{.he slightest-  trouble for-several months... My.j-htead  was stopped'-up, my"breath offensive',  and*it ia a relief to.be.able to-breathe  Lungs  and' Bronchial Tuba  /iNfYj-pOYH^rvuB IMU'tiw, I-  de I'AgriQuHjfte.XOU.jwi!. Out".*  "The , Peruna   is   partievjiaTly ������  ���eipus, in,. lho*..cuTe of ir-.U'e-'diii 'j  lions of ihe-IungB and brnnchitlt -'  V'Six bottles  cured,, me this r.  of' bronchitis^, 'I, am  coiiiple-klr  tared; and- I. .owe thanks lo tl.-  runa.". _ P, - ,"'        A      t  , Vl^linvp,. rscbrnmended, tlu^ r-r i  (ljiYtt~ large ^umbers pf iriy Idem j  'dieted' with 'the" same  trouble ���;  they hhv6  verified., my gno-i op  of this valuable .remedy.".  freely once more.' -v >'"   ,.  Manufactured'by THE- PERUNA   DR UGVMANUFACTUR1NG   COMP/V*  .', i   <    ,Y     :   '-Columbus, .ohio, u. s: a. , -- '      ,    -  PREVENT THE'FOREST'FIRES-  -"An ounce o'f-prevention Is worth"-a  poiind, of cure." '.The protectiontof'a  forest 'from,;fire is oncJof tho bc-a poa-r-  sible illustrations "of the,' old*'saying{  'fo*; ofteiii-a' few minutes ,6pent in tfio-j  roughh/,.,extinguishing 'oiuiip-Jire' oi  n-quartqrV of, an hour, paused-jn;]puV  ting out anancfpient.bla-wm'ay mean,"  and ..often litis. meantv the/saying- of  many" thousands, of dollars worth of  timber.' This is'the main* idea of-iho.  jiatit>l system "carried "oiiVdn* Ontario  and Quebec- forests - for ^yoiirs -vp'aat;  whatsis' aimed' at- is?lo "discover" the  fire in its early stages and put it out  then, before il has a chance to reach  large  proportions,  * -   , -  Small toresfi fiVes do a^ kemendous  amount ot" damage which"-is not .realized. Such, fires, burning in thc .'dead  leaves and dthcr litter of lhe forest  ("siirf/ice" fires) or,consuming tho soil  itself ("ground" fires) wound'the roots  and bases of' the trees , and these  wounds'give aii entrance to fungi-and  insects.    '      t   '   v   '''      f  In .places in the Riding'Mountain  forest reserve in Manitoba, it is found  that, among the poplar trees, three out  of every four aie affected with rot in  the "butt" log���i.e., the log( nearest  tlie stump���a condition  which is due  many- amusing  ancodotes' are t  their little tiffsV  to the fact just mentioned."as the ".e-l    On   ono   occasion   Miss   Koni..*  -' rMct"'with.bith^>dr8-*inf y-  WtfmlrGlermaii  pioto/a  \i~x  tprloining  old. gpntlemnn    /r-;  recently, a lady said, when o'w< ^.^  cpinpositions had ju.it hvii r.n  y-r^sjA|  by oniAof the "gucs'ts. "'Ilov, * f. ; t-^  i;  like the .rendering; ot your *>:if r' .\,&  '���* '"Vas-'dot   my-song?"  r.*|*li-'   :   '��ji  |!-fSfc.  professor.    "I/did,'iiot   ki.ow l.r  Tst-Bitar ?"���*>* ��� ./-,��,-    ,*  in-tlte-wert''kriow'n Miramichi,   *&$  fij-efp'fVO'ctbber; .1625.* where !$  -A-*!  /���*>  wereMosl,rBnd a-^quartiT'of s n *.,'4.*  pounds,'Sterling,.were l^t Ui-P ff-"  ty . consumed. ?   j._ ,^  ��Kmd"Lady���I hope' your *ic  band'Is, cheerful YMrs.  Kripi.-  Poor Womnn--C/hj yes, ma ai  is  one" o' tlieyj ^hpmeopliuu^s  per's Weekly. -  i     - 0       ' ������,���. . .   -  Mother. Graves' Worm Exit  lor will drive worms from i1  tem without'injury to the ch  cause 'its' aolion,"while full^ cl  is   mild.     , '  ,>*_r U. tJ  win  "rAIlhouch T.aura KeeT-e 'find tli  er  Sothern   wore   good   friend*  were  continually    at ��� variant:-  serve has been repeatedly burned over  in-years" past.,  Most lo be, feared, of ^course, are  the fires whicli consume' the entire  forest, the "crown" fires. Evidence  of many oE these can be soen in mile  after mile of the wooded districts of  Canada, where chaired black trunks  are all 'that is left of what was once  a thick,  green   forest.  her temper while they were k * ^Vi?/  in the evening in the parloi of .i j��!**1*'^  Sothern   stood   the   beautiful   I   p   *_r*J*Iii  railings, in silence for*a few nn J/frf-^jg  then, without a word, ambled e f/*��* 'y^,  the gas jet with  his  best Diiii ���-. /^\^:':  hop'and  turned   down  the flair j^Y'ttJ  "Wait ��i bit.  Laura," said In* [",-���," .spj  as  the rpom settled   'into   eiai  Occasionally ."Now go ahead,    f do hate to su  .'.*������  even more serious disosters occur, as  a pretty  face in  a rage.  " Why I Recommend  Dr. Williams' Pink Pilfc-V  ,-s i-SP  The Particulars of a Remarkable Cure Told bv"7rVSS  Presbyterian Clergyman���' The SuffeK;v3ti^  Brought Back from Death's Door.  King of Royal Dancers.  Charles II. 0f HngUind sivms'lo have  been the kin-,or royal dancers. He  never knew when to stop, for. when  every one of lii.s coiirllers was drop  plng-rrom l'nil��ue. lu*'would call for a  round of conn!r.v 'd-mees. "Indeed"  says f'epys, "be. dances r.ir,.iw��  St   Andiew's Man*e,  Caidigan, L'.E r , Jan. !f!0^  Though I have never been nick myself, and have not had oceat-ion tn u.-e  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills., i thought,  you ought to know of the lom.-iiltabh-  cine thoy have wioughl in jMr Old  itig's   ease.  Dining a visit lo my home in Men-  gonn.*h.     ���S ,  sonie- ye.-ii*,  ago,   1 .was-  gnoveil   to  fine)  our  next  dooi   neign-  boi  and  fiiend,  .Michael  Olding, veiy  low.     "He   i*   not  expected   to" live.'  my  niolliei   infotmed   me,   "And   you  inust  go .over, and  see hini.-as  lie.'is-  liable to 'pass away at! any mohicht."  "Not'-expectcd^to:'-Jive/' that -,vas the'-  o])iiiioii  not .only, of   the !-doctor  who  attended, him,   but, of-'hi.s   wife   and  family   as- well!,' Upon'-''visiting   him'  myself I  found .abundiini-evidence to  confirm   tlieir opinion.-.,        ',..'/���   :��� ���'"  '������'  Mr.; Olding  hnd -for years-been  hf-  llicrted (with' asthma   nnd,  bronchitis,  but   no.W;' a' o-iiiiplicfition   of   diseases  was-'.ravishing   his   system.     Hi-   had  been, oonfhio.d   to "his  bed  for-iiiontliH  ���uid   was., reduced  , to    a- 'skeleton.,  Though  evidently, (Had   to--.see -me,  lie  Ct ui versed .with  the greatest difficult.  had ever oeoirhirh. fm,   i- ' "  hnd ahMiys been inline;   la *,'"  ��� pern tion lie had a^ked h s ��'f"'"  him  Di. William/,: Puik IM1  so.in began fo lielp hmi  and  strength   begitn   t<-  i.--i'J'  to the asloiiishment of In   J11',  ft lends ho inpidly regi.ui-1 I*'-  Now. though   the   bin.leri  ol �����  '  four'score ^y^ars  is opon 1-!1  able to'do a fair dfi*.'* ��"rJ.  in   the   eiijoyment   of    c- -'  oven  thc n^thma  ha- * ��� ���' "'  bio him  114 in  fonnei   \> i -  Mr,-. Olding himself.. .i-   " '  'neighbors and*the. wrif.M' '-i '''  confidontly   believe   that   li *  fronv the very ja!w.*i of death   c ^  ly--so-ii"iiractilous-=-iii- du*> '���"  *-'%1  blessing   of   Gud   to.'dhe: M'��f ,  continuous- use of lh-'. Will'"  Pilla.Y, -   ';,.'  '.,-- - .,  ,y y ��� iq-jVyj-Dwix smiii'  i\lr.  Ole'ling hiinwlf' iviilfl  glad Kov-.-Mi*;:Smith hn, ��i'|'  about iuv' wondorful e"-*'   '',  fidentlv 'believe   that. i*���lt ,  been   for. Dr,   Williani-7 I'ml- '  wouVl  huve  been   ''i-nily"1";  would   be ' impossibh-'   '<" . *���' ^  mis:  str<  wa  the  W.    N.    U.    No.   687,  Possibly an   Error.  "Out    I    must   live,"   protested  mendicant.  |     ".Millions of  heller  people  ffjluiiij out  they didn't have to," responded the Im-  '    r\r.t*t iMtixl   _ !)t. ( t,.,.,.!���.l* i..      t   '-j-.rtr  '���tiined.-l'hil/i  lin   i  tne ilortiii-'.s medicine is nol.-helpinc;  nn.! and I .ani going down rapidly.*;  I prnyed with Jiini ns for a tj in ii soon  to pas.* into clornity; aiid when I  took lii.M hand in parting it, was the  last time I expected- to see him in  the  flesh.  .'I'llfee years later while on another  visit to my fiiothei-'H, iMiclinel Olding  was seemingly in bettor, health than T  llOIIgl  eople-  young .1   l'  can  do  a fair'  ���'"ll   se'venlyniMj'^' ��|  people- are. alwii.w  i-'"'-' ''   " ,, Mj&mffi^  better in every  way. H"'.^ "^ ��� ����**".  for   voai-s.      I   e.-miief   .-.-i.\ ,,,;?!  in ..prnisc of  Dr- u'illl;"n���, h ife  iind   I  take,  every  opi;*''' "> iWWB  to   reeonuiioiHi   lliei"   t"  aro ailing." Ip-THAUSTJNG THAN WHEAT  Bolley States That Flaxseed  J&S U*e,ss Fert;,ity from tha Soil  tfni Other Cereals���A Short Sea-  ^ Crop-^-Rotatior*   of ��� Crops   Ne-  jijjjjjljfary.  J&-Bpl!ey*   of tIie. tfoith  Dakota  iMj^V*1  A*?r:cuiturai Station,  nf-  ^Wl'olonee*- series of expeiimentb  naW>. "ie .conclusion that the flax  ", such is not more exhausting  s����s-*��. /. Iaa    other  ordinary    farm  WSiWv^ IluJeed-','  sa:'S   Pi of.   Bolley,  ���* ' -"fts -been   shown   by   the   cxperi-  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  M^yBUR   SAVE-D    THIS    MAN'S    FINGER*  agony. He a ys: "My hand was so swollen and oainf.Il ?(,=? i\ /. the fi\8*r ca*JB*-*- fca-> excrutiating-  I w�� under lhe7c,rc of I well k���, 7octT!n "on,^S l*{\ '"Kl'J * *Mr ,wae "M'����f  he s��id my finger would have to be taken off Th* r��;n f,�����! ii Wr���s 'he !",und 8"* no better, and one dav  -he T. X I edited *f t'^c-f ���n an ��*�� ��*���'���"�� ** up  healthy ..,.��� ,��� I con.moed Ulth.^'rel^, ���d ".weeks - J^li^"'"*- the wt'und ��*S���� * ����<������      -> ���� -  vtlDie   I   *eas  al,|e to  djSCilrd   lll(.   |jand,,g,.#        A   ]ju,e   t()nr(  perseverance ai,d Zam Euk cured lhe wound completely.'  THiS  ��.-,�� ff ��� Cnroii cuii. burn,, chafing, itch, .w��ma, rui.ni g>  a'i. Jf'      *?' "V1"' b*d '<=��'��� PoiH>n��i *-onr.d��iid.,ll.l���nrii*,,<cs.  All drugKi��(�� ��nd Mora, Joe., ���r po,lp..id fr,,ni Zam-fluk Co.. I ���ror in  ><*'jw>WMw*v/imu"i3m!ix-4sjii,x��ii  OU 1 "iu eei.iij io i)1(  ^/./p link Co  1 ore,, i ,, ttIth ,(.  t.eij,p.,iid recrlvr.  * v ir.|.!��i bo*  KB 1.1?. .K  NEW SLICE OF EMPIRE.  Siam Ceding Laree^Area of Territorvs  to'Great Britain. '       -     - '  it has]    A  large slice  of 'territory, is  to  be'  to sow 1 addeddo the Brilirti Empire without  ---JS4.. C0I"U10"  Practice  tu ��u��,Wueu-io uie unijsfi  Kmiii  Ba|Bttt'bro.akUjB. but Prof., BoHey! a shot being fh" 1     Nego  ations "are  fcfiT��'!,0n Uiat=^ maj; ald0 be   now   Pending-between   S^t   Britain  profitably grown fan old lands and Siam which have savs Reuter' ''"' 'ls;.re?orled b>' ,1,e newspapers ,to  IC thf,0.? 'S ob3b,-vPd- JI�� �������� in progress at Bangkok for some ' *��* djed '-V,*116 but a -f,ee man���  Sii?.*11 '>l>at   the  summer  season   time.    When they are completed'the   '. H^eBCaPJ.d ?">--��� a'life sentence in  ENDS.LIFZ IN^XILE.  -Terrorist  Chief'Made   Men ' Assaislns  by  Hypnotic   Spell.  ,t   i. ��."   ���  summer  season  ijsrAorth-Vest is very short and  sf/il-t   It,  {Iji-jj ge/UI'j  of "l.mr'i  '���ma 1'vrjy  inch >,.i|w  linen's t'.ii \  irij.it,in vjc  much, pi  -?., are l/iV;  jurrr-i  -���      . v. ^      '*uv4 i/    unu  |COnse(iUeiitly it is very desirable  ie*,apya|,'nei's sll��uld liave as many  .JP&K croi'*-' as  possible  that  will  gurfij-iH  a shoit season. . Flaxseed  frfe-cminently- a' short-season crop,  *S^r|hg   more   quickly, than   wheat;  ��r .barley  and   the   <xperiments  iss^'i^s0Aon'by -1'** ^-oi'th Dakota Gov,  ifflffl&fislF1 ^Urieult^rid   station   prove/  ^?!&_m&"l.y  be  made'a    perrnanent-  S-^?��Poi lncol**e'*jO North-West farm-  " - -'Itliey   will  grow  it  jn  rotation  cither crops. \ .   > ,-<    '.   .  u i c  -kly sis.-*'  ial Tuba  VlU'tiw, Pa  it. Ont.vtrc  levjlfiTly e-i-j  ;eiltirtliii A  rnnc!u*!tjj*  no this rji  wiiipktel^i-  k|3  lo tie ?���  d tlii*r ri-E  mv  j'.f i.  m  fclH-z-Aj  r-Jit Si  ?bcforS  . are, uns'ghtly blemishes, - and  Jnre painful, giowtljs. lfollo-  !Sprn,Giirc will remove them.-  Bk$V~       ���T ��� ���' ���   '/ . r-  taBlondlock-~H6w*dare you tell  may >itu: is bleAcihed.**' You  afci'is false".    , - .-.   - -  |Eavenswing��� Yes,,dear, rkntw  I- told, them- j.. was bleached  your, got  it.---Philadelphia; Jn-  iiieni  kotil  ***V ^7 ^ I 'ij <   -  ^;-^Ta*.r^hcannot-b"e cured ?  i!^-;M49PAV' Al'PLJOATIONS as iuejr  ?*5,ttI^^r<.ach threat of the disease/  ur!g$ck' 1H ,a.b,����d   or constitutional  .��{S?*,,and  m 0rder to cure it-yon  ffi**PS***l*-- internal  remedies.    Hall'b  ^5rai*��'Cure-'is , taken V internally,  guidfaets  chicctly/ on   the.,'blood 'and  SJ��cS"��Ysui faces."  - .HaJl/s '  Catarrh  iyft**SWaJrn<>t - a,t quack' Medicine.    It  ffl!SS*fil*S0��bed  by- one of - the    besi  .physicians,'in  Uns-scountry''for yeura  rT^isg^fi_uS^^a regular prescriptiorf.    it lb  ti��iS���ifcC'-jI?,J?1Jed'of  the  best  tonics" known,  i".3lfe)B3tcombined  with  tlm   Hmi 'i.inn.i i ....n.  Sfel.it?iI,c,d ^itn , tlie best 'blood 'pun  '?Ktf1fllcl'ing. directlyv"pn ."the mucoub  '��<JftSt'3-v'1'1*^perfect combination ol  cession   of   territory  referre<-J   to   will  take effect.   The negotiations referred  to were initiated  by Siam, which desired a modification of  British  extraterritorial flrightp.,' In return, Siam. is  prepared   to ,code Jthe   two   butlyiri"  states   of , Kelantan    and   Tringano"  -yhich   are   adjacent   to "the   British  Malay States, and'in which there are  important British interests. Thc States  of   Kelantan . and' Trinpano   are   twe  tnbutory provinces of Slam,,the former being administere'd bv-a'Siamese  Commissioner, assisted by' an Knglisii  adviser   appointed   by   the->.Bangkok,  Government.   -It is'natural that*, both  those provinces should b'o under British  control,  as they,are  contiguous  to,.the British Malay, States, and -are  determined   as    vyithln .' the,  British-  spiiere   of   influence' bv   the' Franco-  Siamese   Treaty.-of   1906.   'The   two  states   referred   to-cover- an-area  of  between,8,000 and ?,000 square'-*miles.  As regards  Kelantan-.V'there are valuables British, interests.  'The DuffJ De-',  velopment -Company;,owns- a'"concession'of some 2,500 square'miles of .the-  country, obtainpd  from.*the Rajah,of  Kelantan,,- supported, bv - the " British  Goyernrnent,, and  ratified- in  1902 by  ,tha   Siamese 'Government,   in   which  year,the Rajah, of Kelantan acknowledged - Siamese   suzerainty;     Subae-<  qnent   to   this,, however,  'differences  arose   between   the J Government -and*  the; Company  regarding  the' exercise  by the .latter  Of legislative  and -administrative   rights   (which   were   the  subiect   of   negotiation   throuch   the  . British  Foreign' Office until quite re-  ;ccntly.)    The   eounlrv,   itself  is'little  known,   hnf  to  l\ai;A.,j..i ...  l-..  _^ -i....,.  Gershuni,   the   ex-st-o^nt,   pioneer  md ruling spirit of the present revo-,  lutiopary Teiroriit movement in Russia, -is -reported by (lie newspapers ,to  l ���..w   j:..-   j,j ������      ��� -  spec   1 .......     _     .,**    nu..,^���i..-    ii,  the hast Sibeiian political penal settlement two yeais ago by getting some ,  fellow-prisoners Jo conceal him in a  coal barrel whiVh, will^a load of Qth-  eis, was to'be taken further north,  ihe, driver was bribed and "lost" the  barrel,, its occupant e.-caping after,  marfy perils to .Tapan, and then to  America.    , ,        r    ���     .  struments   ��-i,rt   n�����,iA*/   p"-. "  . t?We<.uubstances .the   cur  L-   '  Drink,   Prosperity,   Marriage.  I    The-tendency    to    rnatrimonv     U  shown to be related to the conipara-  tive  prosperity   or  ndven-itv  of ,  the  times.    TJie jiiumbc-r of marriages  in-  cieases and decreases "'with, the bank  rate and  the    employed    percentage.,   -������ Uxembnr  Tho influences which lead the peoplt  ces,arv "ten,  of the United Kingdom to man*'more     tV* y     iP4i  ..,_.   ,--.,  j,V       .b*"*11  -omauyinoiei    Later a letter was received from the  agent   stating   that N Mr. ��� Luxemburg  KEPT, !N RUSSIAN JAiL  --nglishman    Dragged    From    Bed    at  Dead  of   Night.  Russian police methods, bave once  more moved the British Foreign Office  to action. This time the'ca.se. is more  flagrant than usual, a London iner-  zUimt having been summarily arrested'and cast icuTo prison in Odessa.  Tbe unfoitunate individual it Mr.  N. Luxemburg, who carries on business in Cheap-*ide, and i*. well known  among London and Continental business" m-n. On Feb. 20 he left England for a continental tour. He visit-  id Berlin, from which he sent a picture post-card���the last direct com-  municotion any of his friends have  bad from him���to hi? wife, and afterwards went to Ode.-erta, where he .arrived on March 5.  Later came the following cable from  his agent at Odessa: ',     t  "Luxemburg arrested; am taking ne  Japan or Black Tea Drinkers  Can   get  the   Most "Delicious  Tea   in  by asking for     '<���  the   World  Black'    or     Uncolored     Green     Tea.  Sold   Only   in   Lead   Packets.     Never   fn   iBuIk.      By   all   Grocers  "  LEAD PACKETS ONLY B^e'JLlb^, 40c- Red Label so., AT UI ,,���,:���..  iftvnujunti    An:J Gold Label 60c per (b ��� a] ALL GROCERS  , , , -----,��� b-"..      .U.JH.IIJ.1IHIITJ  also lead i them, it appears,, to drink!  more. The consumption -of alcoholic  liquors- a he.ad ,of the population bears  a very definite 'relation to the comparative prospenty. or adversity ' oi  the,period.���London Post.  was suddenly dragged out of bed at  his hotel ,ind clapped straightway in  prison, without any explanation beyond "Orders from St. Petersburg."  The'agent wrote that he,had been  a    di j.   ��� .        ^ unable, to  .ascertain   why   the  arrest  v��,*rii!   ��-ii Purfiat,v'*-*-Parmelee's  had taken place; that no charge had  Vegetable   Pills    are   so  compounded Ut  present  beer,  made;  that lie > ad  as   to  operate'on   both   the   stomach   not   been    allowed    to    communicate l  f,n:J *ie.!>-0*e,1,8- so.that ih��y aefalong with  Mr.   Luxemburg,  and"that  Mr.  Luxemburg ]iad not. been allowed to  communicate with him.  According to one correspondent Mr.  iivinc* r/ffi  Ij^^J^lfLJhgrcdients is-uhat produces  tsiBucli^'pnderful lesults in; curing Ca-  w!9"k  YSend' for, testimonials free..  WPsf-J.   OIliSNEY.'4' CO.,  MAAi'. jY^rops.,,'Toledo,   O.  ���*j���   ���.  ,. ��� v Vfla��j,w��r^ ,.      ���- iiops.,, xoieao,   u.  InV ' yiM^^^My>dru^^APrieeAl>o. c "*  uei. o'k (<��� -j&'smw.. BtipatipnV     ' ,    = ��       * -   --*   ,-',  known, but is believed to���lr>e as well  endowed by 'nature 'as the prosperous  Malay,.jFederated States.' It is be-  Iieved^to be ricli in gold and tin; 'and  rubber growing has met with success.  7he^ Rajah of Kelantan, -it,is stated,  'would welcome British; control. - The  State * of.,Tringano* is,-practically untrodden ground for the European.  There ware no roads; ,and the- princi-  pal riyer, tbe-Tringano, is rendered  . *- iA useless for-navigation half-way on 'its  ���<-;L  s,T.-K@9^r��sil>*1> l'as tiedi\' workin'.''���  fKlie^ae' Blaetter. ,  -~ ,*yte  iraintchi, ^fi-_,  ���r' of s ei>  lo*t  Itl.P"*    ri^5i*W'^d,.s ��� Lin������nent."' used ' by ' Phy-  vour -'AA?.'S��^_i__fa_W&h i  ���s   ina wi *-lfi^*Sft-.��"n.,,ins nsks: "How can I get  ViMiu*-t.-i*-*��il^:^IS5SBv,e int*>"your esteemed, paper?"  ,    i:V,A^*'toIfl*11 depends on  the'article you  :U-t4:��?-'I,t#0   Sct  }'"t0   our  pnpor.   Pater.  ,'-r YKwWjKS��ia-l in bulk like'a hair brush  ')" ��8 ,^��5SSBFacadd-v��  sP'ead the paper out  ���l.i.^-jr-J^{^iWlc\'ioo,'j and) placing tho'arli-  . ,. j^���**-^efu)iv in tl]e centrQr noatiy f0]((  tges over it and tie with a string.  Ipill keep tlie article from slipp-  [put.'   it, on  the other hand,  tlie  clotheshorse,  ted tor"one of  papers." ���  ���m   Lx't-T -i  i'ii-  from  >e wid tli- jfYsN-i"  the ch-l-i-KC-J  fully cnu-K-rf:**  --*  "t- -,��-"",ij-"- i/ui/iju/ji .status o  the country^ "is'to-some, extent indo-  finite." It-'is*.held  by some that  the'  Rajah "of TrLngiino-is ah independent  ���ruler,i but rthe -Siamese   Government  claims'; that"^Article" 12 'of %the,', Anglo-"  'S.ames'e "suzerainty  'of,  1?26   implies  Siamese suzerainty,over the country.  The  extra-territorial , rights  of  Great  Britain in Siam whicli form the basis  of the negotiations arc those of consular    jurisdiction ' conferred"'   upon*  Great Britain,, by the'treaty of 1856.  These arc, ,and always have been, 'a  source of vexation and annoyance to  the'Siarnese Government  truments who assassinated Prince  Obolensky -and ���M. de wPlehve. and  B/nce his escape he organized some of  the chief attempts of recent months.-"  He never 4ook-personal part-in the  actual deed/,,,but by choosing.-men  among his desperate comrades,- fascbi-  ating-r,and P frightening them, he di-.  reeled-the mopt daring ..coups.     ��� '"  Once, his friends admit, he'was foil-'  ed completely.   He had -instigated ah-  attempt -on   the   life  of'the   late'M. ;  Pobiedonostzeff, i procurator    of    the,  Holy,Synod,? which j was to be carried  out, at the funpral of M.  Lipiaguino,  the   Minister  of .the   Iutfirior,   whose  execution, he had decreed-t  For assassin he had chosen a voung subaltern  of .(.radical' leanings.'--"After'-four  "seances" with' Gershuni the -officer-pro- ���  mised  to kill ,the pTocuratbrv ,   ' -  .. On <the "morning "fixed  for the deed  the   chief "'went  to  liis   agent'3'room  and found him terrified from* remorse,  ^wearing  that; he   could  ,not  commit  murder.     Gurshuni    upbraided    and  derided him,- finally givingvhim a bottle, of strong wine, and telling him to  do-as  he was  bid. - The officer , went'  out obediently with his revolver and -  poisoned bullets rn'd topk liis position  on the line of, the funeral procession.-  As M.  Pobiedonostzeff   anproached  on foot the 'eyes of the two''men .met.,  and ,'the would-be  assassin,'who had  cowered'under, the eye of\Gershuiii,'-  felt   himself   even   more, h.elpless   as  the aged procurator's cold, grey, mas-'  terful eyes'did'.noj,' release'-th'eir" hold'  from him.   It- was.as if they met-and  fought in a life-and-death combat and  the-"TerroriUiV was   vanquished.   -'He"  broke  down,  turned  and   flea.'0-They  found'him'in his .lodgings in an hys-  .fcencal   state;,fexhausted   witli- throwing off tbe spell of GershuniV'    .    -���   .���.ntive   quali- .  ties of which.-wore-fully, tested,'thej��|ke   waa removod  to the  pris  afford relief without chance*.of injury.\ placed in  aYilthy cell  which  ��t *J L 77" ','������'"" ,.' ;, red-    ^a  a  result he  had  a  Luxemburg was awakened at two'in'  the morning. When he opened the  door of his room an officer and five  constable-* presented revolvers'at him.  He   was removed  to the  prison, and  h had no  -----    ���  -    ..���  ,lu.v.  a nervous  breakdown. ��� ,,  , It has  been suggested that revolutionary   ,.- pamphlets '    were      found  ri'iysend.my boy;over to h^p hio, .^W, J^T^t'whfeS'  �� je-r���       .-  - , ,      <   know that Mr. Luxemburg kept him-  A"Xo; don't ye,! ��� I',want, tbe ,job did' Bel- aloof from .politics. The package  in a hurry."���Philadelphia- Press - ' whic'. irr^Luxemburg took with him  --  -��� _;��� .     * ,       contained sample boots and, shoes.  " Mr3 Luxemburg has made personal  representations to the"Foreign Office,  ,"I set,my bo^-.to sawin''sorne wood  to-day," said 'Fariper- Korhtop.  'Did ye?" replied Farmer Nearbye  Make the Farm Pay  ' A FairbanksMorso  Jack-of-AII-Tradea  GASOUNE ENGINE.  will pump water, saw wood/shell corn  run ci earn separator, in fact furnish  Rower for any purpose. ru��-istt  Every Farmer Should Have Onel  it ?o t ��Ut lhIb advertlse"**-nt and send  . P1(4[, '        ' , 92 and 9J���Arthur St., WINNIPEG.  ~i J&Si, ���zgszx?j_s_i_xg^_��<>'  KAME  , !       ��� .  TOWN ' ���-���....,    " PROyiNCE   ..".''.  <  ,1 -  t i  '"���I  1?  'f ,r  MOTHERS FEEL 5AFE    s  "    WITH BABY'S OWN TABLETS  e '   Mothers-who have-'used Baby's Own'  Tablets say that they feel safe when   .u    -     ���      ^~       . ��� ......  they havevthis medicine in the house I     , ioTe,Sn om^ the British'Am basils  they  are  a never-failing' cure/ for   E      1: a*-*St-'Peten?burg ,has presented  the-ills  of   babvhood  and  childhood    a   ��   * ���. the Russlan Foreign Minis-  And' the, mother has the guarantee of 1.4 <cal"n=,. attention ^to; the   arrest,  a 'government aTnalyst that this medicine "contains" no1 poisonous, opiate! ' It  is   always   sufe. -  Good   for   the' new  borri* babe or-, well grown "child.   Mrs.  Alfred   Sucidard;    Haldimand,     Ont.,  says.-���"I   have   used ,  Baby's     Own  Tablets   for   "'constipation,     vomiting  and  restlessness,    and     have *  found  them - a   splendid , medicine. - In   my  experience   no   other    medicine   -can  equal   the   Tablets, for, little'   ones."  Sold**- by 'medicine dealers or by niail  at,25 cents'a .box fiom  the Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,  B'rockville, Orit.  representations to the Foreign v,.,,^,  which has promised to make inquiries'  at once. -  - The British .Government' has, taken ,.  energetic action.*   Atr the instance of  the Foreign Oflice the British' AmbaY  and   requesting  that  if  there  isJ any 1  charge, against -Mr.   Luxemburg   his  trial might be expedited,**and, if not,  that he should be released. L .  The matter, we undeistand. will.be  further pressed, and, if, as "seems to  be the case/ a serious, blunder has  been,.made by the Odessa police, the  British Government will consider the  question of - making a claim for compensation!      ;  '. , ( , -  In 1 addition to the representations  which'have been made at St-  Peters-  Too Drastic���I see by'the., paper,  ma, lhat| a boy assassin lias- been  hanged.   ' ' '<  "Waal, a sasfcin' boy is [^ great  trial^but'l don't think thet he,ought  ter ce hanged fer it,"���Judge.  He���AVheie  are  you   going?  She���Out on deck.-  He--J,ut it's not" fit for you to go  out there.,,    < , ��� - * -  She-Wliy? Is  it storming?,  __ .He���Tlie    captain    is.   --   y<  statesman.       <      '  ..  FREE  fonkers I  -" .<      Going   Him" Ono  Better.    Y  " * Norahf(tbssing heir head)���Sure, Slike  said as soon as he laid his eyes ori"me  -that I wor the puniest colleen iu the  room. t.'i - 1  Pat (insinuatingly)���Ah, darllnt, ' I  could seedhat wid me eyes sliut.���Baltimore American, o  ,GIRL NEARLY LYKCHED.  wore 7: r'*v^&ffis CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  i.s*.S',-\g��SOINTMENT    is guaranteed  to  * "CcuieTanv case of ft.cbinD-   niinH   m^n^.  irloi of 11  utiful   I-:  l   lew    Ilie-"    'rf.*'J1VV"04*~S/k"- ��� ���������"*������"&    j-j-j*;/*    jij  imblerl ,,-f-C ,dfty����mo"ey* refunded.   50c  ���**'/ sar**"-"*-"*/'-* /�� KUU.IUU  e *\C0Uit'aTa-ny case ot Itching, Blind,  fijy^KSSiS^-P-'Otruding Piles  in   l6  Bleed  6  to   14  est DiUni * r-t*.  Ihe flan   t-" Kj  said li-  nto i!ji  ate to su  .- ,<,,>���+?.%**   nsniusr   at   man-it:!. .France  ,,,0518|S*>n"',k:ibly lomr and heavy rodf  ^(-fl>loyed.   V.'e think a twenty fool  ton^rod. or roach  pole  Is a   prett*  jCUgth, but our friends at Biarritz  'ds over forty feet In length.    Ii,  J|froui the walk ut tbe lighthouse.  Vt$$ arc *jalauee*1 on^the raiting b.-i  '""Ipf a wood rest fitting the irbu  jA. line about the length  of the  ised, three or four hooks and a  -yr*��->lkcr   At 1-a Poilltc Bhxte rodi-  jtesser length and ,welght are used,  gvjen these are not featherweights'  �����.(-*8J5r rueans-     Reels,   according   to  Icomto Henri de France, are known  itbese sea  anglers, but are seldom  "jSLoudon Kibhiug Gazette.  ..,���        Easy  Shopping.  srejjs   little   trouble   attached   to  [g  fn   Buenos   Aires.     When  a'  ith a plethoric purse goes to  .,:ic buys his vegetables In piles  jntgregard to quantity or quality. I  l^-ls   bought  by   weight.     If n  ft*Snts   b(1��f  bo  simply  tells  the J  [er/Khe  wants some  meet, and he  lunlt, pays the'price and goo-  Mob   Mistook   Her  for   Negro   In   the  Darknjss.1   .       * '  Catherine Rooks, twenty-three'years  old,   was   recently   returned   to   her  parents^ home   at   Pittsbuig   by   the  autlioritios- of .Lawrence  county after  a   most   exciting^ experience. "��� Miss  Rooks,   while 'in "'man's   attire,   was"  chased  by  a, sheriffs   possa  in  Lawrence county which wasu in seatch  of  a negro who had  fatally stabbed his  wife.    In  thc  darkness "the  girl  was  mistaken for" the much-wanted negro  and  she   narnvwly  escaped   lynching.  Her voice saved her as she was about  to be hoisted on a rope by th ��� mob.  The girl, whose family is poor, has  a brother, sick ^in Chicago, and a few  days since she got the idea that she  might beat her way on freight trains  to Chicago to help him had  she but  boy's  attire.     Being  of  large   flame,,  she  secretly  tried  on  the clothing of  her  uncle,  and   finding  it tilted wall  she left a note in the house and started for, Chicago.    Soon she had gotten  as   far   as   Newcastle.     Tn   the   dusk  around  the  railway  station,  she was.  noticed   by   one   who   had   been   out  with   the .sheriff  all  day  looking  for  Robert   Washington,   whose   wife   is  dyine;   from    knife   wounds   inflicted  by him.   The word soon passed thnt  ���here   was   a   "strange   nip-ger   man"  about,   nnd   the   po?/;e   was   soon   in  full cry nfier Cadher.'ne. who, unhain-  noreri   by  skiite.   fled  like  the   wind  U the end of a mile she wps hi ought  fo   eaith,   cxha's-ted   and   frightened  nlnjoM  tn death,  but s-*e main rod  (/-,  seie-im a few tiipe*- so lustily thnt flip  posse  found   it   had  no   man  to  deal  Tempered   Revenge.  "Did  you   see   that fellow-pull   his  dress suit case out of tbe aisle?" -  "Yes.' Vou kicked It,'didn't you?"  "Yes, I did.    I meant to kick a hole  In it, but I think it's filial with bricks."  ���Cleveland Plain Dpnlpc  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  ' "Simpkins refuses to have his flat  papered," reported the0'agent" of the  building.  "What's the matter now?" inquired  the owner.   ,  "He   claims '  they   "haven't    room  enough  a�� it is."���Judge. '   '  Internally and Externally it is  Good.���The crowning property of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is that it can  be used internaly for many complaints as well as externally. For  sore tlnoat, croup, whooping cough,  pains in the chcbt, colic and many  kindred ailments it has curative qualities that are unsurpassed. A bottle  of it costs little and there is no loss  Mn  always having it at hand.   '  Stella���Did she keep "him at arm's  length ? ~  Bella���Woise; she held hi in at hat  width.���New York Sun.  . 'Nevei mind, dear," he--;said? reassuringly, as she^raised he "sweet face  from his shoulder and thev-'both saw  the white blur on'shis coat. "It'will all  brush-off."'"?";r'      _ ,-- ���,--.*   -.���  '"Oh,* Charlie!",she burst-"out," sob-'  bing.V'.hiding"- her -face 'again* oh his  whitey shoulder, ''how do you know?"  ���rSomerville .Journal.    "-���*,'  ���.1     -.v-    -  iL -���-        -- ���  ���.    1 . -���  -^        .-    x.    -  .���-   .*^-.        U-h ,.*       -. I.,*-        ..>.-.        -V.'  Ask  for  Minard's  and  take  no  other.  "Why, does   that 'tall  woman  over  in  the  corner look ,so sad?"  ���'"Because "she can't get a divorce."  "Why can't'she get one?"       0  "She's-   no't     married."��� Harper's  Weekly.- ,   ,  A-Thorough -Pill.���To'clear the 'stomach and -bowels'of impurities and  irritants is necessary when their action is' irregular. The pills that will  do this \voik thoroughly are Parme-"  lees yegetable/Pills. which are mild  in action but mighty in. results. They  ipurge painlessly and effectively, and  work a permanent cure.V The"y can  be used without fear by tho most  delicately constituted, as there are no  pa'inful effects preceding their gentle  opeiatiou.  Ho���Well, my dear,  I 'liad mj  insisted  today.  She���That's" just" like-  you���always  WE PAY HIGH  PRICES FOR FURS  and hides, or Ian them for robes," rug*  or -coats. , N. W. Hide & Fur Co"  Minneapolis. , ' *������      ,'    '"���  ,,"     v  .. ...��.^..      ..^...       w^,^,,       i,,^^.^      au      wv.       j-^vc^-  burg,   the, TBritish   consul-general   at ...  ,.   ���--- ���-.-"-"-��������'  Odessa has been instructed to inquire ��lln*ln*rof   yourself,���Pathfinder  fully  into the circumstances- of Mr.  Luxemburg's arrest, Yand' to'report as  soon";,as possible.'.        ' I ,  -  ,  '   PUSSY IN,THE.WALL.      .  -,Caf Alive After Being'Bricked  up for^  *-    r,      ,a  Month1.1 ' .      *  _    '   ,       '*       "'       ,    . i*  Frotn  Sunderland 'cbmes  a remarkable story concerning a cat which had  been accidentally imprisoned 'in a wall,  during alterations. , Some week's ago,'  Mr. John Stephenson missed from his"  home in Chatswdrth street, a Persian  cat,  and as  the animal did  not put  in, an   appearance   after  the  lapse" of  some  days,  it was   concluded  that ifc I f  had  been stolen.    A  few 'days  ago a  I '  I - Senel us your  cam.* and lUldre/JflJ  * "    ,        - for -1- piece* of: -,    -'  (ST SLt<"51I*-l��*,*n��-e��(!li.   When sold senej t:�� th��  ffi-.so and -trowlllecHd too lh��i��n�����M!  It all chases paid. SendlB��yoBrna..1#an?,id,l;Ti.K  ��TAR MFO. CO..70__, flt_PS07H>2X0S.S.I..iJ SJL..  -WANTED  to hi-nr from owner having "  A   600D   FA if?'IH  bo read,   win deal w.tli ovri.eix oitlr.-  L. Darbj-phlre. Boi'SSlt,   Koe-I.ci'or. A*. Y.  S_______R__  YOU CAN GET  THE BEST,' IN-  HOWTO^SU^^ED.  Andrew   Carnegie'    Gives    AdvlceF  Brooklyn  Students.  m  41  Minard's. Liniment   Co.,   Limited.  I 'wase very sick''with Quinsy and  thought I would strangle. ' I used  MINAKD'S LINIMENT and it cured  me  at once. ,   -,  I am never without it now.  < Yduis gratefully,  MRS. C. D��� PRINCE.  Nauwigewauk,   Oct.   21st.  /���  "They bore one, these society calls,  don't you know," declared the young  lady.     "They   bore  one."  "Sometmes they bore two," responded the .young, man, taking the  hint and likewise his departure.���  Louisville Couriei-Journal.  WHAT CAUSEd HEADACHE  From October to May, .Colds aie the  most frequent causes of Headache.  LAXATIVE MtOMO QUININE removes cause.   E. W. Grove on box 25c.  ENGLISH 8PAVIN LINIMENT remoTes  all hard, soft or calloused ' lamps and  blemibhes from horses, blood spavin,  curbs, splints, rinpbone, eweeney, stifles,  sprains, sore' and swollen throat, coughs,  etc. Save $50 by nso of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Oure  ever known.  i'i-  th  Alcohol  ie-  1 1  with. Miss Rooks was ' (���iken lo  Vounirstown Ohio for the nicht ami  then taken back  to Pittsburg. -  , .1 r t  ne .'' I  &VeM Sarsaparilla is not a  ||SPWdrink' As now maffc,  ���Hfi^ft*8 not a dr0P of alcohol  |Iif|jt.\/It is a non-alcoholic tonic  ,aa.dyalterative.   Ask your own  *%��_����about y��ur takin�� tMs  M-W1'   Folio w his advice  Iffiy^imc.   He knows.  .-'   f!  ' A  Wo publi.l. our farmulaa  J*  ters  W�� b��nl.h  alcohol j  from our mooUainca [  Wo n'fc* .you to  .    oonoulljiour  .Sootor  Society Women  Hunt  Lions.  /-The   Countess   of   Sefton,   who   re  eontly shot liei fust lion in Abyssinia  is by no means the only soevty l,id\,  v, ho   ha*   accompli; hei   tin's   uiu'.-nf.  nine  feat  j     Mis     Man   Gar��5.i'ev;   accompanief.,  bv   hei   late   husband,   explored   no.  j only India   but the wildest and mos-  1 1 emote nui's-'of Africa, including So  malil.ina. ui search of big gamy, and  is one of the'very ,feiy 'women-.livinp'  who   ha\e   hunted   ' both     lions   anr'  h����rs  Another ndventiTous spprtsw.ohran  m soi-iet> is tho Du/ihess of' Somor-  ,et, .who has not only hunted, bears-  in the- western wilds of .'America  but perfectly revels in the rough life*  -if '..-camp',: and is an',-expert -in ��� camp  ���..looltery.  Lndy Lelamero, and .Lady Hindlip  ivho are equally daring shots, .spent  tliS.ir ., honeymoons among . the, big  Mine in  East Africa.  1 Influenza Cure.  One of the best cures yet discovered  for influenza i.s undoubtedly that of a  certain French doctor who doses his  patients with esscucc of cinnamon.  Twenty to twenty-live drops taken  three times a clay in water is the ordinary proscription. The remedy by  the very fact of its mildness will" perhaps not tempt the majority of people,  ..ho believe in strong aud black doses.  ���London Globe.  It is really a serious matter, this affair of influenza, which .we take as  lightly as we can, aud the, worst of it  is that we-know no more about it thau  we did when it first became fashionable���and that was long before appeu-.  dicitis���and no more indeed than the  surgeon of H. M. S. Etna knew in the  seventeenth ,ce.'.tury.-Loudon Standard.  Take Your Choice.  Have you ever almost run Into some  one on the street and then dodged from  side to side for half a mluute vainly  endeavoring to pass, while tho other  person by some strange fatality blocked your every move by trying to pass  you In the same way?  Such was tbe recent experience of a  young man in Portland, Me. ne and a  strange young woman had been going  through this performance for several  seconds when his unwilling vls-a-vls  staggered him by saying:  "Well, hurry up! Which Is it to be, a  waltz or a twostep?"���Woman's Homo  Companion.   _        vv���...       Uv-u*w<^. ^._.        ie.   II <.>UJO        U^V       t  member of the family heard mewing  but the cat was not to be seen.    The  mewing was not heard 'again that day,'  but on the following day was -repeat-  ed^'and seemed to,come "from beneath  the flooring.    Boards were-taken up,  but the, cat was not found-.   On the  same day the cries of tlie animal were  again   heard,   and   this   time   seemed  to come from   behind th'e wall of the  sitting-room.     It   being   obvious   that  the'eat was in some place of confinement about the house, Mr.  Stephenson obtained help, and had the wainscoting detached and bricks' removed.  While  these operations  were  in   progress,  the poor beast was  discovered  by one of the men.   The cat had been  a mouth in the  ventilating chamber  while   alterations   were   being   made  to   the'  place,   and   was   bricked   in.  When found the animal was in a pitiful condition,  but with careful  treatment it is now  gradually getting over  its terrible expeiience.  Rabbits  Eat Up  the  Farn^s.  Some idea of the expenditure and  efforts made by the farmeis in Queensland to mitigate the rabbit pest may  be gathered frqm the fact that in the  colony 16,152 miles of close netted  fencing have been erected, the maintenance of which involves an outlay  of $700,000 per annum, including the  interest on the capital expended foi  fencing, which represents approximately  �� 4,000.000.  To keep tins mileage in repair alone  coste ?400,000 per annum. Despite  these precautions but little hen.h-.iij  can be made against the multiplication   and   ravages  of   the  pett.  This condition of affairs is stated to  be mainly the fault of '.he Government, which takes no steps to an est  the fecundity of the an.mals upon the  vacant state land.  The(curse of drink is the cause of  moie' failures   in   life* than   anything  else,  "iou  can  surmount every  othei  taulty  habit,   but  the man   who  is  a  confirmed ch inker has not one chanc-  in a miljion of suce^s  in life," .sail  Andrew Carne/rie recently in addres*  ing 'the evening classes "of Pratt  In  stitute, Brooklyn, at their commence  ment exeiciaes.  "I want to say that the next trenci  ation will regaid smoking as this on.  regards chewing-i-no, I will not sa\  tlie next generation, the generation af  ter tuat, perhaps.  "Do uot be content with merely do  ing your duty. Always do a little  ,more, and the wise employer will soon  er or later piomote you. If vour em  plojer is^ not wise, keep" looking  around. Some employers haw the reputation of .pi olnoting their men and  makinc raillionaiies  of them.    That's  BY. ASKING- FOR1  the kind of, an employer vou want to  find.  I*>    roR    *-V   "-^=-   T=^-> -"-^  THZTRADEOFTrlE GREATWESTj  LOOK   FOR   THiS LABEL.  1 ���TT^^n  '���'You shouldn't," the doctor advi=-'  ed, "permit yourself to be worried by  little  thing*,."  "Gpod heavens," replied thc patient,  '"I  wouldn't  if  I   could  help  it: but  how   is   a   man   who   has   married   a  widow with six children going fo get  aiound .it?"���Chicago  Eccoid-Heiajd.  "Another thing, the man that does-  n t know a little more about the work  he is assigned to than liis employer  knows is a poor stick!!  "It is well to make your employe; , u^u,=���  know- you know more than he does, if conductor,  you don't just exactly say it."  Mr. 'Carnegie, a?tei" relating a stor*-  oMhe winning for a b.ide an employer's daughter by one of his bright  young men, exclaimed: *  "That was a model employer. How  much better,, foi the. daughter to marrv  a yourif*- Aiueiicau or'Briton that had  risen by his own merit than to throw  herself away on a worthless duke!"  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ,���  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tab'ets. Druggists refund money- ii  it fails to cure. E. W.* Grove's signat  tuie is on each  box.    25cy,  Alt your doctor, "What is lhe first grcM  nteftf health ? "   Nine doctors out of  Manll  Man,   Poor   ......v  'Man is but. clay."    It i.s the tru'h.  So we are taught..in .early youth..-  he   fnst   young   man   is   termed   a  "brick."  The  Listener's  Point  of  View.  "You can't imagine," said the musical young woman, "how distressing  it is .when a singer realizes that she  has lost her voice."    7    ,     . * '.  "Perhaps not," replied the plain man;  "but I've got a fair idea bow distressing it Is when she doesn't realize it."���  Catholic Standard and Times.  She Knew.  "Miss Sharpe���er���V'era," he stammered, "you niusf; know why I've been  calling here so .much; wliy I sit here  iu the parlor .with you nlgbt after  night"��� -   '      -   V-  "I suppose, Mr. Kloseman,;' the girl  interrupted,- "it's cheapen to do that  than take me out niiywhere."���Catholic  Standard aud Times. . .,'���,"  Had to  Fight  Wolves.  A   despatch   from   Cheyenne,   Wvo.,  says: Attacked by a huge pack of timber wolvs, the driver a" of U*e lt.ili.m  car  Zust    111  the   New   Voik   to   Pans  automobile   race,   weie   forced   to   use  rifles and  pistols near Spring  Valley,  to   drive   the   hungry   animals   away.  The   car   was. creeping  along  over  a  muddy   road, .when   the. .cry   of   the  wolyes  w-as  heard  behind  them,  and  the .-animals; growing boldei- each n.-in-  ute., surrounded   the car,    They were  not   frightened   by   the.   tooting   horn  of   the   machine,   nor   did   they   fear  the lights that were flashed on them.  They snapped at the rubber tires and  ������mudguard,   and"   then    the   revolvers  were  brought-info use.    Cowboys  afterwards   picked   up   pelts   of  twenty  wolves slain ..by. the-Italians.'- !  Bank   Deposit   Left   For  80  Years.  In one case the payment of a sum  deposited  111  a   trustee  savings   bank  in  IS2G,w<is  not claimed  by  the pel  son  m   .vlue'i   name  it wa= deposited  'intil  Febimiry of List year.   By  that  Lime* it had accumulated tu ten time*  tlu* amount of the oiiguml sum, solrlj  by the addition oi compound interest  The  Inspection  Committee of  IVus  tee Savings Uauk*. 111 thoir annual u-  f/oit   r''e.viit!y    i**uod    point   out   thai  *uch dtp.-its aie almost at the meicj  of   any  fiiiuduiently   disposed   ofhee."  ������ ith knowli'J^c- of the facts, especia!  'y if he has possession of the gc-nuiu  Gladys���I   hear you  mariied   a  car  inductor.   <  Alicia���Yes, but he doesn't love me.  Gladys���Why don't you get a tians-  fei 9���Young's Magazine.  A youthful veisifier 111 Washington  not lone ago sought the ctitici=-m A  a well known publisher who chanced  to be at the national capital on business -with tho copyiiiiht di\ision tf  the libraiy of congress.  "Sir." *,*ud tne ndhr-poet, indignantly, when the publithoi advised  him t,o "bum the stuff"���"sir, poets  aie born,  not made "  Whereupon the publisher smiled  broadly "Young man," s-a.il he, "it  won't help youi e.i*.o in tho least to  try to shift the blame on youi p.11-  ents   '���K;>(isa*.  City  Journal.  7-  fee ���  J*.  iv':'  A.  ��� ---  '?ti   ���  j'S  >i '  ���Jr!  1   ���  ti J  Poison-laden  iy  11 iiu ntii possession 01 trie genuine  pass book,   nnd   tliey   had   long   advo- Resulting   from   artificial   winter    11 fa  cated tuc adoption of a rule requirim. is purified by Dr. A. W. Chase's Kid-  _.���,.i,    *.,,...    ...   1.-    *_!..,    1. ney-Liver  Pills.  option of a rule req ._  uch   accounts   to   be   oarmitYked   b.  transfer   to   a    sepai.-te   ledger   aft^-'i  -.even or ten yeai*. during   which  no  ttan*aetioiib Iia\c taken place.  Last November, there wero 2C2 banks  open. The' dumber of depositors in  Lhe- general departments..'was '1,779,000,  anil in special investinent. departments  56,450.- In both departmerite the  .amount of deposits was-in" cash ��50.-  114,000, and in stock ��2.533.000. Invested! fumis represented ��.r>9;ri4.500!'"  c&sh in hand ��G'20,00O, and other as  .sets  ��GSG,!!iS5. ' - '  A Rustic Sarcasm.  "Did your husband ketch chills an"  fever?" asketl the woman who was  standiug in front of the cabin.  "No," answered the woman who was  driving a spring wagon. "He wouldn't  have that much git-up-an*-git. -He jes'  sot around an' let 'em overtake him."���  WasiUngtou Star- !  ��� , Quick ease for the worst cough���quick  relief  to the heaviest   cold���and   SAFE  to take, even for a child     g-~.  That    is    Shiloh s    Cure,    Lures  Sold Vnder  a guarantee ��� Coildh��a  to cure colds and coughs    V��3*|8"f  qu^ker   than  any   other    C* (-.Olds  medicine���or your money buck.     34 years  of success commend Shiloh'��� Cure    25c  .Mc-*1- -       316  7 Are   Sea   Turtles   Animals?  A weird  but .curious'complaint ha>  .reached the Bureau of Insular Affairs-  of the War Department relating to the-  c.lo.3sification by   tlie  Cuban   Cu.stom.-  ofl3cial_s of soa "turtle's.���-  The rpoint al  i?sc5   is   whether   these   monster   tur-  ',-tlen should pay duty as. "animals no!  oti'.erwise   classified" 'or  coino   in   nt  "reptiles"  free of duty.    That a turtle is a-reptile is' tenaciously held bj  those  in -the industry,   which  hot.--".o  ���fore'had .flourished,.on  the; south  sid.  of  the island.  To   support     this    content ion.   : th-  claim  is-made, that Roman Catliolie,'  consider that'a turtle is not flesh.    I  I is suggeste/'Vliere that t.he Cuban Co.*  ���oms ,'officials   doubtless   had    befor.  I them in m-iking fhe classification thi  KW   ~3AT   S I ruling��� of  the. LT.   S.   Government   in  MJ    M^     L   'Yi*sYr-''-,*>   frogs*    legs   as    "dressed  Few people bie.itlie enough freaii  aii   in  winter to  pinny the   bh-od  As a lOsiilt spnrig fuulo tho blood  .laden ,-with .poisons and there ave-.  headaches, pains in 'the limbs and  tired,   wor'nqufc' feelings.      ���'.-'" .-  ;Thd-liver and kidneys become jflug-!  gish .and clogged and .quite- fail . in  their mission of 'filtering and purifying the  blood.  '     .-'  '   ".  It,is because of their direct and  specific .'action 'on these organs that  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  are, so v.-onderfully effective, as puri-  ���fiers of -.ie. blood���for it is- by means  of the liver ' and' kidnej's ,alone that  the. blood  eaii   be  purified.  This-nietficino  ensures  regular, an-f  healthful ������'action      of     tlio     bow/r-K-,.  cleiinses   nnd   invigorates   tho    whole  digestive  and .'excretory, systems ' and  thereby   removes   the   cause   of'  pains  and  aches,   of  tired,.-languid   feelings,  biliousness,   backache   and    constipation. ' V  Purifj" the bloo-I this Soring by lining  Dr.   A.   W.   Chase's   Kidney-Liver  I'itls. and you-will not know what it  is to feel'depressed and to suffer tho  effects   of ��� sluggish,-torpid   liver,   kidneys and   bowels, ono pill a /.lose,  2o  -.-is. a box,  at (all dealers  or   Ed mat 1-  son,  Bates & Co., Toronto, Out.  AjfyiM  1  l<*>���flA . -    . ��� f  t>3j.��:>-'j--lJ  -*--'ry:y-VY  VV.    N     U.    No.   687. i        r  j     .   i  ���'���.*��  ?,  TTrr r��� ,���,.-   urnvtr,. BlIITISII COIjUMBI  IDE M0T1E LEADER.  *   .'(  vY  ���i,i( *  Pibli-lH-dii. tin interest .if tin  people  of Mnyii   and E��t*�� Kootenay.  .LIQUOR LI   ESSE  F. J   SMYTH. Pl-hIjISHkk.  hi  ,1-7 > [a 4  f-'s'    .  RATEb OP rtOimCElI'TIOK.  Ci ic Year..   J2.00  r.       *  ���- n'��.  y  :VV  ^Y    . Y  &}?���,*���.*  1-3 ".'--'��� ill-Hi,  **. *''  SATURDAY, -MAY 9, 1908.  Tne ghost walks today.  ' The candidate     will   soon'  be  abroad in the Ian 1.  Notion is hereby invert that om;  menilih rtf'er datt'I inrend to apply to th.- Superintendent of Pio  viii'-iaf Police^'or a reu.'Wrtl of my  Hotel Licence to .-.ell iutoxi.-atinf,  iquoi-H. wnder the provisions of  Mi* St-irntes, in that behalf, in  he premises knowi. a d de-rcri..ei)  n^t/iie M ttilmctan' Hobel, situated  icl.l-.yie II. c, to commence oi.  fche -J st'dayof "July', "l S08. "  PnilipRJeb    i Fto  M .yie, -P. C. 'May 1st. 100S.  ,?���  ���I. vV  ���t   ii* ���   'J-  ��� -,.', - -i -j %  ,* riH- aa  It/     -   -   -  .... -  $,/ iXj. i w_  "\,i'Si%.At-,  -*, > jiV."  J- <iv  UM.  V,  *>,.   iT''X��.       .ft, '  , (a y\-, ,&-,  ,  <���     r-3 s��w>!��>'. ;*y    e, -'  7ho,;t-i��y   *  ite'��-'#��� ���  'tr-'i' if..* v  ,    ^"p'-f-'-^.V, -     ,-v  ' nt"vt'ij' .*���-.<   '    t  . In, ��.?�����'<. s "v-  -    *M**>>y-' '.'**       ��  '   J   * fer      >*7"     ^  '-"** rv" , A\   i  From amiuing point  of  view  the future fur Moyie never looked  brighter.         ^   *. *   ,      * .  B'rom every source   the as-mr-  , ftnee e'ej-mes that tbe  le.id  bounty  will bj exteadedr ?  , ^r^rj %,$  .     . i ? :,i j /S    r. s  .     fJii*.-'1.1,'** ft *  i  j.  ^'  Y-��     i  ��� MmM>"  ' y^iS-sMK  5-"i'V>,< 7��.',.  .xr /ft .j-;'.wii'  .��", ;.*..-�� .-'7V  !   il/       Vt-f.  Mayor Tutile of Forme  hail  no  'trodblein convincing the court of  ' revision that he is a British  sub-  ' ject tud'eu'.iolel to'h'xve his name  on tl^e"voue^-i,  list.    Ip*   worship  prodieolt      his  .   'nitaraliz itija  ''< papers beariul date of , Juae 15.  1S90.    Gla 1 to hear ifc. * '  ' , When W. A. C!alliher0 resigned  his seat "in  the  Dominion parlia-  '  juent,   there    was    considerable  (BpeculafcioQ as to -who wotild ba the  -candidate to succeed him.-  There  now seems to be nvai'able timber  * ia plenty. G. O.-Bi.chanan, F. J.  '])eane, Dr. King. PV E.- Simpson  and J. C bcowry. All Liberals,  firm and true.   Pick your choice.  e  l.'  ' IH: 'J't*&.��i  jy ''���"  in* "  ���i'f>i  I'A  *^i^����  A- ' V*. p.'.'-,;  A-c ,-|t,K'-j    ���  4?$ ,'$ ft-.'  A<��ts&* "4-y ,t  ��p"=pit*>'"i*i;- -,'�����*  -A��d iil-tfj- &'& e^jee'/,'  f''. l*.,^  .T,'i Jiil-  j?."^..��i-^- '.'y'-'L  iHSk'��J v!"..,tu.,,  -Jt-e-^eB-j. j     -Jl  ' H!Y-.''  ','  ��� t'     fe S.15 iV;  J -Ve,rj/ ,j    e,j  ^; .f i *?  .. rt I   ��� I  I ^     ��       1JI   ,  J-  The Seattle carpenters' uu'ibfi  justly reseats     any   insinuation  ' that ' i^s members' are1 "booze  fighterd,",'and tecently   did so in  '"ari "eltecfcive manner, j The mim-  bers of the union received au inyi  , <-, ta'tion' from^the  Angeles  a new  r saloon opening its doors, 'to attend and bring thier friends.    In  c  reply    the    carpenters    did   not  '   jniuce matters in rejecting the invitation.  I-/5- *V  ���wi..-.. .'  Hy- '  ������t.��  ;if.->r!Y,*  A-A *./.....  'fel  ir.  Of SnSorosS To ^fomen.  Jo such women -as are not seriously out  ofThealuAbut who have csactlne duties  to perfor.1 either in the way, of house-  he Id cares\or in social duties and^func-  U*ti*uv.hich\scrIously lax their strength,  as^lrVVVursIng mothew. Vr Pierce a  Favorite pMrrlptlon has proved a most  valuable surXArting tonic ond Invigordt-  Ing nervine. ^Bjr^ftS-llffiSLr. Vse* mu^  t^o___g__}____iz^^aSiim^ niyt����  - ���^���<rt��*_ oi^'-i-.tlne table and tno,  tfe^dTii^tc-FavjorU^Prescrip-  SoTFTSspFovST-i greatboonU>cxpee��nt  ' mothers by preparing the system for tho  coming of baby, thereby rendering child^  birth safo, easy, and almost painless.  Bear In mind, please that Dr. Pierce 3  Favorite Pr&scription is not a/secretoor  pat��nt medicine, against w-lilch the most  intelligent, people, aro qalto. naturally  a.verso, becauso of tlie 'uncertainty as to  their composition and harmless character,  but is a MKDICDTE OF KX-OWK COMPOSITION' a full list of all Its lagredients being  printed, In plain English, on every bottle-  wrapper. An examination ot this list of  Inmclleiits will disclose the fact that It Is  non-alcoholic In its composition, cheinlc-  -nlly pnro, triple-refined g ycenno taklnar  the ptacc of the commonly used alcohol <  IiTiS make-up. In this oonnoetion-It  may not bo out of placo to stoto that tho  "Favorite Prescription - of Dr. Pierce is  'the onlv medicine put up f*>rtttiQ ^5��� Sf..  woman's peculiar- weaknesses and all--  SSSS, .anSlold throtiBh'- druggist all  th*? Ingredients of which havo the unanimous endorsement of iwll the leading  medical writers and teacUers o all tho  several schools of practice*andi that.too  'as remedies for the allmeuts for which  -Favorite Prescription" ia rocommcndoL  A. littlo'book of those endorsements will  bc sent to any address, PM-J-paW, and  absolutely free If you requestsamo by-  postal card, or letter, of Dr. jtrV. Picrco,  Dr^Pieree^s' Pleasant Pellets euro constipation. Constipation is tho cause of  many diseases. Cure the cause and ,yoa  cffiKatosc'   Easy to take as candj  Thinking of Spring;  Painting, Etc?y;  *("       ^ ~*  ".    * ~    " ���, ���  '   ,    TnEiS^ REMEMBER     , ���  B. Iii SHORT,  , *- ~ r   i        ���  , J3..C-  Bjx    33.  Hand Painted  i      i  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 tr,el a small tea- set,  .chocolate, set,, or preserve set. Sugars and  creams,   .Butter   dishes,  celei;y     trays,     cracker  ,/ ./      j  ��jarfY.hd salads, etc. (  '  This largo  and -bpa'litul  .   assortment will    be  on  sale 'for   the  next    two,  , weeks so call and see -us  early.  moyie ;druq;; And  STATIONERY ' STORE.  I   O. O. F.  ���^Wllrtey Ij.'-Ie*'- >'�����  *4'  Meets Tup-tda\ evenings in  McGre��oi  hull   on   Victoria  street.    BojourniuK  Odd Fellows cordiallv invited. it  H. J. Lowes F.J. Smyth,  ���     ���     Noble Grand. becr y-  Shoe Repairing  M ni��g  Shoos  <  Made to Order ������  St. Kugene Tj��df;o N��>. 37-  K. of P.  MccIp cv.-ry Thura/fay  evening '�� M*.<-*r***-0'  hall at" 8 f'clock. Visiting brollu-if invitM.  WI J. FEijTrram, ', E. A. 11 UjIj  Chancellor Com:  < ' K.B,��nd S,  .Moyio,_ Miners'   Union  -      No.;?I- W. F. of M.  in McGregor hall every Satu-  ,-oninc '    Sojourning , member  St.   Joseph's* Convent.  -;       -' '       i.v-Y -  -    ,.   - .      NELSbN,b. c. .--;:;.'   /-  /, . ��� *' i  hoarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St.' Joseph,'/-Nelson")  B., C. 'l Commercial ' and business  courses'* a specialty.' "Excellence and  swift progress characterize each department.-' '-Parents shouldi write for  particulars." One month assures ,the  public 'of i the ' thoroughness'-.of the  Sisters' methods 'of teaching'.' Terms  comnivnce January,  April  and  Sept  Pupils are admitted during tern..  ' n ,       , i- < *  j      -���  - j-i  ���JRA.NBROOK, B.  .        - *.     .-    i  Tlie intention of tbe ThikIc and, Works De-  prtrtment htt-.ine been directed to-the fact ibat  town lots in a towuslte named Prince Btipert,  being a subdivision of Lot H��, '--Range a Coast  pistrict.'situnted o>^ the mainland - between  the moutTi of lb? Sljeona River and 'Kalen'Is  -laud, are being .ofl'ered Ior sale, it ias *becu  deemed ncocc'ssary to 'warn the public lhat tho  said tonnsltc it>'uot situated at the terminns of  the Grand Trunk PaelBc'Railway, and is not  the townaite'-nhieh is ownod jointly by the  Government ol British. Columbia aud the Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway Comptnf.    f    ,  ',v 'Ye'      Y    :      ','   AF.J- ���FUIjTOV '  Cnief Commissioner of Lauds and Works,  Lands mid Works Departments,.      .   -*-  ,  e       Victoria, B, C. May 1st, 1908.  ���i;**. *-  .j  >*.  '�����* ii  HlY-j,'*" ���  'VlVl*     r*  An Amoriean    newspaper  pro-  prietxir quickenad the  msranrie-i  of hi3 subscribers in blao following  novel      manner:���".Ml      parsons  kaowiug themielves indebfcel  to  thi3 olTica   are  requested  to  call  and  settle.    All thoso indebted to  thi3 offiJO and not knowing   it 'are  ���requestad   to   call   and  find out.  Thosa  knowing  themsjlves  tobj  indebted and not wishing to  coll  are requested to stay at one place  long  enough   for   us    to    catch  them!"  Will . send competent  man^to_paint, Jrialso-  inine   or  paper ,. your  h-Gnis,  CALDER   BROS.  t  CONTRACTORS  BUILDERS.  Work by the day or contract.  Estimates cheerfully given.  All work guaranteed first class,  -    " MOYIE, B. C.  Meets  duv evoning.      ���,���  are cordially invited to attend:  John Taylor' ' r'   Thos. IS, Kelly,  -' President. .       '       -   .Secretary  Q,  Ai RENEAU,  7  BARBER,  First Class Work  A <*    i       *        t  HOTEL' - KOOTENAY  Rarvey, ; McCarter  &  '-i   ��* Macdonald.'   y'  '.  ' Barristers; Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.7  .'-*-'*   "' y      * ������'  Cranbrboli.; - --, ��'B. C.  WyFyGURD,   -  m   '        ' ''ll  ' . ' '  BjVKKISTEK.SOtjICITOR. ETC.  It. A. SMITH,  5K0KSIAKER,  iioyiE,'      -. .       ' ���  f1 V-,  THE CANADIAN BAM  OF COMMERCE  _. ^' Jr-STAJJUSlll.lj isaj  gaid-up Capital, S1OsOOO,O00  HEAD   OFFICE. TORO>TQ  B. E. WALKER, President      /  ''  UjEX..,LAIRD,.General Manager- ���  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches      -  Rest,    -- - '"-      5,O06!o0(i  Total Assets, -, 113,000,000  BANK .-MONEY  ORDERS  "-i ~ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES.  "-- -ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES I  $5 ��nd under '..;.,",     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     . cents  "iVSlO,-     "              ','         ' 530. A..., 10 cents  $30        "  -       ,"       " $50    15 cents  87  These  ���  , 1 ^>ju > , *rrfv    ij cents  hesc Orders arc payable at pan at/any oflke. InCniwula of n Chnrtered _ 4  (Yukon excepted), and at thc principal banking joints in thc United Slates  They are negotiable at $4.90 to Ihe ��, ilerling- in Great Britain anU Jn-Ud, '  They form "an excellent method of, remitting "small sums of money with %&&'  and at small cost, and may be obtained without deUy at any office of the Ban^  iJRANBROOK BRANCH. .^V "\A"'\A BRVMKER, H^l  an Hotel  B.    C  STOP AT THE  GOSMOPOLITAN  ���r-  JVHEK.IN  CRANBROOK  ],-HARRY-,'DIMOCK.Y Proprietor.   '      -  Nearest Hotel to ihci St. Eugene mine.'  .   ''     ' ., e     '/--���//    v?   ',.   -' ,    '���  ;   Headquarters^ for ^Miners.  WiR SOPPLkp;WiTriB^BRA^3h�� OP LIQUOHS ANDClOi  -   Rates $1^00 a\cday?and up.  ' '< Y '��� *"'",�� ��� i^,-.1 j y ,-,'tlc,  /��  '     ' '      w     y   ,( V -1 .______\s *.�����.JL L* _ f��^. w . - J^.    ,       >7y  CRANBROOK.  eB. C  CyH. DUNBAR     ^  Barrister,"Solicitor, Notary'Public, E'tc  ' r,* CranbrooK-B.-C.\r a  DR,-E.>B.^MILES1  N '*" *. i* *--  '.<-  Oraiibr^Qj,  ;'*%/*���/  b;.c  K. H. BJIALIj, Mnuager.  *  7      Y  V    ,       -,/    j       -c -,',   ���"     V  Good rooms, good  tables arid  bar >  ',    " ,       ,' > -A, v   * ' i   ,    '' 5-  and   first clues -sample roo-xils.  Wm. Jewell  '<    "��� "t'"    *-    '  - Express and'Gehei;Y  al.. Delivery, < Busi-;  ness.^   Livery; and./  : FeedVStable.*'-'��� ";-.,  WODff S1$JD -\C0AE  >:':,'. -Eor '.Salejl"  '  .���*- Leave Orders at  '   . *.*I. ,      ,, ���;,-*     *- -'-      ,-  -Gwynne/ii .Store. *  -.- "V      ;     '-    *'Y'  /y'Y'Y Bptishy Columbia  ''.. '   t'v "--j.% j-.  n-    -e-'^.j/J   ,^,-?j*  Wi'"AAfi  *wvi ..*:*:  -Tifii  WfBJ  e^s"l  'iM  -%,.���-;. v!  VI*'  >:i  ��� x>('  A Woman's Work.  "    LIQUOR LIOEIsSE' ACT, '  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 tUe 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. iflOS.       _ '   l  . Philip F. Johnston.  Moyie, B. C. May 1st.-1908.  ,/    it-.' :  .*��� jC f     - -  MoyicY  " 1 A  BUY YOUR  "i ���-  How can a man say that a wo-  ��nu has nothing to do? In one  -3 ear she gets dinner 365 times,  washes dishes 1,095 times, gets the  children ready for school twice a  day for 18 days, puts the baby to  sleep 1.4.&0 times, makes about 300  calls; as she wishes for something  she has'nt every minute, she  <wishe3 (50 things an hour or 525,  000 things a year. Wli o says that  a woman has nothing to do--?Kev-  elstok9 IVl til  Herald  T. T. McVJ tlie, C. E��� P. h. B. II. Y. Parker,  C  McVITTIE & PARKER  '   Pbovi^cial Land Surveying  -,  UAli.WAV   &   MIJIING   ENG1-NKJEKIJ.G  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. 0.<Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O". Box 11.  George H. Tbompson, r  ���      ' .BAjSEISTKBi tiOLlClTOR  tary Public, &o.  ,'A' ��� 1  CRANBROOK," ' British Columbia*  e-  -  1 , ��� * ,r  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  Ij  -.   This hotel is now under    new  management, and is first class  gjig; in every, respect.  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street. '       MOYIE  SEND "YOUR WORK ,TO   THE  *    KOOTENAY   :   ^  ^'STEAM     ;  ;, LAUNDRY^,  -'     '       NELSON   . ��   "^>v     .  All White LaborV    ,  Lgave work with the local  agent,  A, B.  STEWART/'.  '���*.-  YsLI SEETED:':' ;^Cv-  FROM  A B. Stewart   & Co,  HlYY:  ik'Ay,  A:> A;  NOTICE.  All Free Miners' Certificates expire on May 31st,  and should be renewed prior  to-'thjat. date. The -undersigned is Deputy Mining Recorder, for Moyie and yicin-  ityi and. is the proper person  to apply to for these certificates. F. J. SMYTH,  Deputy   Mining Recorder.  r.'V<WHeT��iL*.  JuWXEMviHf'  A  fresh  supply . of  our noted  Imperator Hams  and Bacon,  Hams. $15 per ,100-''pounds, W_  cents per pound single   hams.  Bacon, $17 per 100 pounds; 18^  cents per pound single   slabs.  Try our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Empress Creamery but  ter.  THEY   ARE A SPECIALTY'  00  K-t*V   '.���.  hmJ.C* ���"   '  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT.  Notice is hereby given that  one month after date we intend to  apply to t)ie Superintendent of  Provincial Police for a renewal of  o.irHitel Licene-. to sell iacoxi-  cafcing liquors, indar the pro visions of the Statutes in that be-  liulf   in   the premise.3 known and  d'PsnrLbedac.he  Kootenay Hotel, | W,  R.   EEATTT  pitrufttedatMoyi*, B. C   to   com- j  mence  on   the   1st day of   July, j Embahnt-r and LV-i'lcrtal-er,  19n8. ! '  M.-Tavish & Tameron. PhonoVJ.) CiiA.VJJPwOOK i  MOYIE, B, C.  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  When furnishing your  hornc or hotel don't forget we can furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON, -   -   -     B. C,  . AGNTS  Mason <fc Iiiych Piano Co.  Ostermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  ���THE-  M Ui  IJK,Sj\.C;ij>*]EIt     IlliOS,    Fopii.  Large   earnple   room   in   connection  I  j with house for commercial men.   Bes  i of .-i';cornmod;ttion��.  H(.adqnarU-rfl   for   Oorn-       j!  meroistl and Mining Men..  0   F. DESAULNIER  t  DEAXEE  IN  ^��3��a*d&339a&&����������^^���'3aS9&3a*��*��*i��  r ,M0 YIE?y y-HOTEL.  A       * ,    A ���-'���'.    <,      -." i        w-r*'    '   */��� - -'-.-A- --���'-.. '      'ml. ,    ,  Thi^ Hote'lis New and well Furnished.  v.     Tables are Supplied- with the Best  Market affords. The Bar is Filled wi  ' the Best Brands of,Liquors and Cigaf  *  ��� '  "       HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  J     ,     . AND MINING MEN'    '   "'*  <���  m' moyie     '' -;      -       -    *���"-      7 -,   "  Biuxisn cotri|  ?'���������� I  'c.asae*2e<?������������������S6&933�����������S&��ai^=>a&->32*j*  'AJAll  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  Q,ueen s' Ave.      MOYIE  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, Y repairing and  pressing done. , , -  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOTE  .   Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. C  A. L   McKILlOP  ���ASSAYlUJi'  .NELSON,  Ji. C  M^WSX^M  Summer    Excursion  "Rates East, $60,00  From JMoyie to Winnipeg, Du-  luth, Fort Williftin, St. Paul,  Sioux City.  Chicago $79.50  St. Louis 07.50  New York  108.50  Toronto   01-40  Montreal - ���',... ��� - - ���..:....... 108.50  Ottawa^ .. ,'.'.v. :.'.���-������������'..,'...:Y108.50  'S0phn,*-N-, 13.... .7.........127.50  Halifax:,,.;. -135.50  Sidney, 0. B.:..,.....,.. 7.. .111.00.  Tickets on sale May i aud 18,  June 5, 8, 19 and 29: July 0, 7, 22  and 23; August 0,7, 21 and 22,  1908. First class, round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes���Tickets good via any  recognized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east  of Ghicngo aro good via the Great  Lakes.  Foi* further  information   rates,  sleeping car reservation apply  C. '15. McPHERSON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J..MOE.D. P. A. !  Nelson, B, 0.  _&_____S3&aeiW^ yrHiwwiW  ���1  N  ��  -���^sSbIp  teSKiJi...  ""���"��J  As  mule by the  present brewer  ib   adnihtiiVj  Best  Beer in East Kootenay.' Will) lhe Best M��.'{  ho Purest Spriiig Water it is unexcelled for qualii/J"  Insist-on hkving Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  \ t..Vai: ��  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  aioyie^I  ���wimreinrT���-*'*- ���IV^t^yy��"-WMgw^''t'!:iSi  IN ALL PARTS OP TOW^  ly i! wm  J    .,.}��/, .  'H ��  ���i *//#������  ���      [   ��g 'M$-'-.  Insurance, Real  Estate, Collecti 4||||  ������.".'���'��� ���  * $'S{V  , a     iJr%;-  ,-Vj.JjOijeji-l  ;*fl


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