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The Moyie Leader May 29, 1909

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 For All the Latest'ix  JEWELRY See  W, H, WILSON.  JEWELLER CHANJ3I10OK  rr  ^r-   t  -7  9  0  9  VOL. 12 NO, 8  American Pres=cut Glass  Cairttell itfrom the real thin*.  ' A nice assortmeBt of pres-cut glass com!  , posed of celery  tractable  s^W"  1jug8,;,fruit  bowls,   cake' plates,  vineg'aV  crutc, fifej., jU3t opened up "  ' , ' '  These goods will easily take the place' of  genuine cut glass and are less /than'half  <uie price.      '�����'./ ' ���  v  MOYIE, B. a, MAY 29,  $   ' 'flcurn �� .'    ~  ' , *  [ iSJ  GENERAL FLOAT  &  ��>  ��  Nelson will hold *  celebration  on Dominion Day.  Moyie, Has # Bank.  In Pernie they give "0; B. ��� Joyful" dances.  The last census' gives .Seattle a  populatioofn ,313,781.'    '  ^ '  -Boys   grow,   most \ rapidly  in  their 17thyeaf; girls in their IJth.  Tho Royal'BablTof Canada  is  opening a branch in Cranbrook'. '  A whole carload of* St. Eugene  The Imperial B^k of Canada  has established a branch in Moyie  As temporary quarters a room in  the Central hotel facing on  Queen's avenue will'.'be occupied,  but it is the intention -to  select a  v!>        LOCAL ASSAYS I  "vVs Make a Sj'-ci.urrr ot-  Conn-RcrrsG Eye Defects.       WIL80K",  OPTICIAN ,     CJiANP.ROOIi:  ^A  YhlAll  f. ���-  M/  ore will bo pn exhibition at the  1        "tce of-fc.h? busiaess .part of  Seattle fair. *' "    ,   "   ''      "   to<wa-   T^ branch will be under  " " t_he J��"sdicfcion, of  the  Imperial  ��ank at Cranbrook, and, J.  F.  M,  , There are no idle men in_Moyie.  J. L. Gibbons is  moving  tc  farm in the Kootenay valley.     OUJecD a .   ^m- WcDougall,, draughtsman  lot in a good location and put no , .       Ll,Rene�� will leave with  a building. , There are two sites f��r theea9t shortly,  under consideration.    One is ou ju;Al,.fchur Sampson', chief consta-  the corner of Victoria street and  Queen's avenue, next to R. Camp-  bell's store, and the other is on �������re 8cm 3Qme patches of  the- corner opposite the Kootenay sn >* to be seen on the mountain  hotel.. Eitherlocation will "be in I tops opposite Moyie       mounta��  Jl^* Gi,bbons ia  moving  to  his ^  ^'e  are  showing a  nice assoriinent of  ble for South Ease Kootenay, was  up from Fernie this week. <    ^  There are still some' patches,, of  Seattle fair.  .Bob    Edward*f is  moving   the"  iye. Opener  .from'  Calgary- to  Toronto.  Pinkham ' will be .the ��� manager.  He will come up to Mbyte ��� several  times each week.    OnVof the men  \C\rtta+G''<''*T^\\<��A*��.~   ���''!-'/!    '-'��� "      '     "'      ���    ;/aTaef,Cron^was in Vancouver j "����f cacu week.    One of the mei  C/IgarS,{ ^I ODaCCOS^' Jr&OnfeCiiohPl-V   ?���heC >da^   enroufce   to ^  fc��,be sfctt��onedhereas C. E. Swan  !.; ��:'t    ,7,'.c  -. V*:   ^;r:^;(,^''\.;rUV1CVMVnery' ciatms np in fchGVBabiQ8 di8tr-t;   nellof Nelson/ - The /fixtures for  %   '.        '-'..WV ^T?TTTT    l^h.-r. .:. - ,'   .   ., ^g '    -   'I '  " --' ,"    . ��� r -'^e bank are being, installed 'and  :.   bturgeon 9 feet long and weigh- the instit-        -   -"-    ' ' ��  ' farrell; blo^k':/.!  c. FRUIT, vEl'O.  SIO-KIE  ;';jA* %>ok 'your, tickbts't.^.  ��� '/beale &'el^vell :"; '  ghlr���Q������ n :      ~���    -     .'     -  r"�� Utt^ are oemg. ms a ed and  Sturgeon 9 feet long and weigh- the institution will .ba -ready for  Zthe Kootnfld'haVe ^^  cau^ Rainess next MondayJor Tuesday  m uie Kootenai river near "Bon-    '   '    '     ~       - -rr:���   : -  ners;Ferry4 ...-..,  The value'of the Trail smelter's  product for April was $507,008,  establishing a new record for the  plant, ' '  Don't alW your miners' licence  to lapse. Have it renewed before May,31stf r  .-Mrs. S. F. Morloy, of Cranbrook,  was spending i& few days in Moyie  the guest of Mr.,and Mrs.' Kemp-  ston. ' <       "< ��  J. Seigle of Michel' will 'open' a  .store in the .Hansen  building on"  souths Victoria'   street,'    better  known as the Flatiron building.-'-  "Waltertaing's .'building  oppq  ..Wi-fer-oA^.   . te^te?*Hf  The newest hat creation is  the  yelJ,"lap named,, from, its shape  The following officers 'were  elected, by the Odd Fellows and  Ivnights of Pythias at: their, regular meetings held this' week >(i     '  i     ODD    FELLOWS.       ��� *  1 , '������   :> *\   -  ' larnic lines, v r' \      ,   -   ,        l  7 ltu ',,������, ^dcwuu  is   cue     ,  ^ket.caiibe^btamedfrwnKootenay'poultstoWvVooor   pirf.'   c     ,      '        ' L        *   SO named'^Om. its   shape'  Ltd any European pUyig Montreal^e^ Vork ^ PoS/cf ?     '' .,Swed ."l,Italy P iS a deveIopement of the "waste   '   Lc  V--V - y - ^m- .V*       , ..,���-,   ,      r~���-='' Parbasker;^ the -peach';  Ege, vice grand; F: J. ^ytn,' sec  Louis ColIinVnoble grand;   Fred  .era    TT?y^'��   ���.LI. ._ -i     t->     -w    >. r  ',;>':&-The.bVstVye't'at/;- ;,-:.  i'.   .    . f .  V- v�� Jf I -���������-��H ' V/ >U'^'ANI>, seeus  f ���:?JC* :^'^M JUL?. Or^ -reqardinq" PRICES  The ,Ohicago\ city council   has  removed the limit on the height  of,-:women>   hats..   They   have  passed an ordinance to 'the  effect  '^^^'^awnifags- miist'. be eight  feet six-;inches' ahoYe sidewalks,  so as 'to" enable women ,po  wear  hats  of any shape or size  that  pleases'their fancy- \< "'' ���'"'';,  -./  ;   Children Had, A Picnic.  U  ii  '    fi;yf See^'Oiir^ew. Line\ Of ''-\'[  Ladies' Wash Belts  Lace Collars  Tan Cashmere Hose  Boys'. Bqster Brown Belts and Childrens' ,Wear:  THE DAY LiaHT  STORE.  ROBERTS & MESSINQER  Conrad Block , r        Moyie  M- rfi s^t-rfrji,.  -r.YjrfZj^jt^rft,'jCtL^r_rfz_I^_rfrj^^^  MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL  .;Nearly'ali of \the' children in^  ^T" Jjcfcoria Da^ ^ere taken  to   iu.onK.ao-  Aldndgeaud  were given a  free  Stinson.-  Jiand tp.enjoy themselves.    Many  of  the parents'  and., others  also  went   along   and had  an   equal  amount of fun with the  children.  There were about one hundred in  the bunch.     Mr.  M*cKayD gener-  retary; N". W. Burdett, .treasurer-  Tru8tees--H..Saifc/-Hi<J. Lowes  andA,'G. MonkHouse.--*"  '   "  -  j     ' (   KXIGHTS   Ci' PVTHIAS.       " "  .K' J-',McAlpirie,''chancellor, coml  mander;    Cecil    McMillan,,  vice-^  chancellor; A. Jt Flood, prelate; B.  E.'.Taylor, master'of works; E.  A.  Hill, keeper of .records' and   sealsj  A: S.. Roberts/'master of finance;  C. A. Foote] master of -exchequer'i  A._ Gill, master at arms;* J.' ^Palters,, inner, guard:'   Jas^Peacock  outer 'guard:'  '  ".Trustees���A. G.  Monkhouse,    C. ^A. Foote,   K. t>   ��� '-J    ��     IU     uu  moved down back of the hotel on  the property of Wm. Mills.  Algot Johnson has novel hi s  laundry from the Peterson place,  opposite'the Moyie. hotel, to the  Marks cabin, where hand laundry  was located.     '. '    "  �� 'The interior of P. .Bnrns'& Co 's  meat market is receiving a  coat  of paint and  the appearance ��of  the   place   i3   improvea   ^r��eatl  It is being done in white   ��  '. '   '  FOR SALE_N^ 9  cook stove]  almost, new, .heating stove,  bedstead, spring ,and  mittress,  four '  chairs,   center  table,  chairs  and  eookuiR    utensils.      ' Apply    afc,  Lieader .office.  ;.The    members   .of',the   Moyia'  junior, baseball team  are- getting  active. : They will come out'some  of those days with a biand new  outfits that will' astonish the  natives.  SUMMEB- HOSIERY'  ia plain and fancy "in  a  Jargo  range  of  '. colours ari.I patterns.     Our   men's   fancy  , brown half Lose in Florenza siik has oeeu  one of our best sellers.  J", STJBtLMER i . .UNDERWEAR '"  vre hre, complete' in such' lines as Frenr-h-  Balbriggan - and Pburpu, Knit/ Just a  httle early for tlie.se but we haye also a '  line'a little heavier in a mixture of cotton <  and wool,   ���",'���.'      B       ,  C  t T '  i t ' ' . >  f i f  1    '      "v .   I    "  c     ' " -        / ,-,.". '      ���'  vMacEachern '& ��� Macdonald.'  ;__ '       '      - ?   ,, .*T ���* ." y^'*T���*"���**���\2??�� S<-!5  Inspacted   Moyie's   School.  = >R^  m  OS'  'AN ,  fa  ���  to *  ffs  <$\  (lb  to'.  A. Sullivan, the newly'appoint,  'ed inspector-of schools for this  district, -was hero, during the  week.. So far as the teaching was  concerned, h>;was well pleased  <vith���the  progress  tha    children  The - Cranbrook   Races.  ,Ovcr^J5q  people u from , Moyie  attended the races and  games at  Cranbrook on May 21th and  25th.  The special train accommodations '  were better than ever before, And.  r��vbut ��� .-.ipSi .^j'^|* %ZZZ2��r��t t��<-  lulwri?ttdsc'Jdo1 T0*"^ aafe*"*��� *����� *1'mSJ*.<2'  wons.    la the junior  department   the   people" from   I,.��� L  "7 6? *WMren W huddled' to-   much^r AoiJ"ntore^T ���"  were   making    in    both   depart-  The  New   Postoffice.  Presbyterian 1 church.    Services  on Sunday at 11, a.  m.  and  Evening subject "The  Victorious |  Life."   Mrs. H. Deagon,   and  Mr.  A   Smith has Jatonwill sing  a  duefc.     Everv-  good light  nor ^ventilation. ���> The  conditions in the .senior room  are  not so bad, bufare far' from-'perfect.    In3peotor Sullivan and  the  three trustees went into the' mat-   ���� u;isaosu  ter thoroughly, and camo/ tof t|18   3 to 4,  and  conclusion that the only way  out  was 1 to 0.  of the difficulty is   to  procure  a|    In   the   baseball  j:hey v/ere in tlio  races.        ,.':���"'  ��� The, Moyie^ baseball" team  and'  Moyie football team won victories  over   the   Cranbrook   teams.,   In  the baseball g,xma the   score'1 was-  the   football   m itch  "^ -aew site and put up  a ' two  story/clever' work  7:30. j building-with four' rooms.     " \ ',    fCrissIer,' for,  match  Use Tailings As Balksf.  Postmaster   R. , A   amith has liUl'uu W1H s"  a�����-uuu.     .xr.  ^civay0gener-|f%!f.M0yir8aSpIendidp0st0ffice  bod^ illvited- , ,  M ouslydonnated  the boat "Echo"   ?U1fdln.f/    Jt 1S 18x40  witI^  a  12      Uev. P.  A.   Peterson     of   thP **  from,the Sfc-   E��-<"  'I andthiawas  towed  to  the   foot \l     ^^ a��d  "  substantially Scandinavian-church, held servte lifnZT^V01'-���  t0  h& lmt  of the     lake    by    two   gosoUnefc"    d b��th iaSide and  outside,  at the Manhattan hotel' 1^1^ 9^ "^    The ��'  R   R-is  at  ilaunches. At the groundf S^ ^"^ ^^ b>t ��*W ^-s -day evening, and spok^ ^^ fcSde^rV Sf ^ ��" the  were  games  and  various  sports     ��  ?   ?' r  Bl'��?-   Were  the  native tongue.    Sunday   evening   T?r        ? trHCk  near  the  and'plenty of refreshments^ fS C��U !'aC^rs- M^ S��^h iatends he oonducced t^e'^L^^f^^^^1'1^ Cars  all. A. L.'Mcrntyre and Mto 2* * %* "^ ^ Statioae^ iu fche P-abyteria^^rcn ��� fc. ^ b,g ^"^ ��f taiI^  Pike,   of  the   public school    did T^' frUltS' eto' spoke in English. l ^  and If L^h  has   accumulated.     These  Mclntyre   and  Miss   V���**1**^  -   public school,   did fgaZS< fr"ltS' eto-  Opening  Icecream Parlor.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling .Public. t  ^rgo and Commodious Sample Roorua..            Billiard Rooms, t  McTAV,SH & CAMERON Proprietors. i  all.      A. L,  ! Pike,   of  the   pu    ,  everything possible to make the  time pleasant' fpr the children.  Ben   Evans   and  "Dick" Brown  gave   the use of their launches!    E.G.  Gwynne has, taken over  and towed the big  boat to the the agency for the Hazel wood icefoot of the lake and back to town  cream   from    .T.   H.  Hawke and  Again, and everyone who attended I will open an  icecream parlor  in  wish   to  thank   them for their  his store in_the, Vortion formerly  splendid work.  Wc Have Received this  Week a Fine Lot of  Men's Suits to Retail at $10 to $20.  A1^o   big stock of Children's shoes in the  AMHERST   MAKE.  T&E\mjlMlSILER, ���������/���:��� '",  imperial Bank of Canada.  /'vIHtalAut.horiZcd------$i 6,000,00)0. i  ^PitalPaidUp__.:���....���.........5i000i000 |'  ���~���-������s���-r��� ���-5.000.000  ^"^Md, Golden  J"^NC��M-W.'BRmsii   COLUMBIA.  ���^amioons, Michel, Nelson, Rcvelstoke. Victoria and Vancouver  ,"'lnteros'     SavinSs Bank Department;  fHosifc��S allmved on deposits at current rata from  dace of  ORANBROOK BRANCH.  ^��^^,:.. ;. '   **��� F.-M; PfMKrfAM,  Manager, '���  Two  New   Cottages.  P. F. Johuston, of the'Moyie  hotel, is having two neat cottages  built on his lot on Tavistock  street, about opposite the' school  house. Work on the buildings is  well under way. Each will be  24x21 feet, with a wing 12x12  (feet. Calder Bros, have the  cou tract,.  Farewell for Mr. Collis.  occupied by the postoffice. He  has ordered his fixtures and expects to have them installed in. a  week or ten days, when he will be  open to handle this branch of the  business.  spoke in English.  Rev. R. E. Collis will preach' his  farewell sermon on Sunday evening.     The  subject  will  '       ~  Way to Get On in life."  at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.    Strang  ers  will be   made heartily welcome at both services.  t\ilings will ba used as ballast on  various parts of this division of  the road, and  will  be   the  finest  The   kind of material for   this ourpose.  some  .      .. tow   done   by   Ray  | Gnssleiy formerly of Spokane, the  pitcher for the   Moyie ' team.     Ia  j the game which lasted two, "hoiiw  , lo were struck out by him, and he  | only allowed   five scattered   hit'  He also pitched    himself  out  of  the hole several times.    The  liUQ.  up    of   the   team    was:    Ch-ady,  catcher .  and   captain;     Ccisslei^  pitcher; Kamm, first base; Seaton'  second base; Holland,   third   base-  HeUey,    short   stop;   Kelly,  left  field:  Crowe,  center  field;'Mclu-  tyre, right field.  Ja  the football match neither  side scored in the fhvt  half.    Ten  be  j  ��       ��"   Will iJL��3t).   I       ���-��  Services (There will be practically  no  end   m!mitcs before  the  finish  Potter  J-"'--- '     -       " 'scored for tbo home'team.    The  Preparing   for the Big Day.  to the supply, for about  400   tons!'.          -ut>  of this material is carried off from |line"P waS: Perkins,  goal;  Cham-  JhflHpJn   n���*   UiJl,  backs; M.  Map  the mill in a flume to the dump on  the west side of the track every  24 hours.  Boat and  Rod Club.  Fast Trains for K: V.Ry.  Creston Review:���It is rumored  that the Great Northern Railway  intend running fast trains over  the    Kootenay    Valley    railway,  There will be a farewell given  to Rev. Mr. Collis in the Methodist church next Tuesday evening commencing, at S o'clock  Price of tea will be 2-i cents  The   next meecing   to further  discuss    plans   for    Moyie's    big  celebration    on     Dominion' Day  will be held  next  Monday' evening  in   McGregor   hall.      Everything   is going   along smoothly,  and the various  committees  areh   t r-   "*      ~J    " "���>'  I doing the work laid out for i h��m I befcween ^"skanook and  Bonners  At a meeting held last Wednes- The    grounds  at   Aldridge m C T err7, t0 conneot ^ifch the  G. N.  day evening    a Boat   and    Rod  have been enlarged and are bein^1 *"'  Spokane   and   the   Kootenay  club was formed in  Moyie.     R.jput   in good  shape.     They   will I ^^   b��atS    at    Kuskftn��ok.     A  Probably be  fenced  by  the  day   T"^ foreman and a Iat,ge crew  of celobration.Tij   biseball    and        men are DOW.imtting the. track-  football   games    will be "'the ��� bW J? g��OCl ShaP9 ^��1'   traffic   m���  events, but.there will be an abun�� ' 0n-���-���  dance of lesser attractions]   :  berlain  and  shall, Potter and Wilson,  backs; Crowe, ItilUary, B.'  shall, Weaver and Kemp,  wards; Herb Jackson, traine.  half  Mar-  for-*  May   Not Be of Moyie.  Campbell is president and Hugh  Ross is secretary-treasurer. The  club will work for the better pro-  mbtion of .boating and fishing,  and will act as an information  bureau for those wishing to come  here for outings during the summer months.  Call for Tenders.  Opening the Seattle Fair.  -'  Rev.   R.   E.  Collis, will leave  next     Wednesday   for   Vernon,  where he will have  charge  of a  church for three or four  months.   .    ..  He. will leave there in October  Ar-  -  . . Mini  Aurora Meeting Called.  At 11 o'clock next Tuesday ' the  gates of the A.-Y.-P. exposition  at Seattle will, be thrown open to  the public. The '.investment-of  the fair stands tlio, promoters .over  i*4   i o  <��  w     t>i.  ���������,... a .million'and a half  dollar's       a  Circular letters are being mailed  ���Y ftnS  and sPecifl-  full    return    of    the  invo tine,  to the shareholders of the Aurora rfr.^1303'3611 at R ^amp- made by stockboldert, Aanoi! ��n-  "--.:"- "-: -" ;- ���- i Mining and Milling "'Company m?IiS'^ore 0n and affcer Monday, ��� .^Pated, but the exposition  and will attend college m Toronto.  L{mited   nofcifyi      ^he;m "rSfj  Ma7 3 lsfc'    A11  tender3 ^or the   oh"���% believe from 50 to 7,3  pov  ��������� 'o^ry a^ual^eeting  of Sfc  Sealed    tenders  are   called for  the building of a; lodge room and  opera house by Wildey Lodge No  |N,I.O,Q.F.    Plans  and specifi"  Another Store for Moyie.  About Juno 10th  it Co., will open a store in  Conrad building on south Victoria street, in the location for-  J.   W.   Fitch,  In the Stettler (Alberta)  Independent of May 19th is an account  of the suicide  of a  Prank Swan,  ���ise2l year?, at Rod   Willow  not  far from   thac  town.     The  body  was found in a water   tank of    a  ploughing  outfit  with  which   he  was  working.     The   young  man  Hvidently first cut his throat  and  then jumped hito the tank.  '  'tis  known .that   Frank  S.vau  wholived in Mnyio   is   in   the   vicinity of Stettlor with his brother  Harry,   but   there   Ls   nothing   to  .--how eonclu-jh-ely that  ho  i," tlio  party. referred   to.     Tlio    i-ppoi t  says he had   lived  at  homo with  his parents at Itsd Willow.  C. P. R. Rates to A.-Y.-P.  company  which  will   be held in  McGregor hall,   Moyie,   on   Tues  Crowe Bros. I day. Jl,ne Sth, at 7 o'clock p. m  the  ��j mcrly oecupied.'by  ���aiThoj-'will h;i*idl'e gr  furnishings  'ocerjet,  dry pooch,  Goodeve Coming Home.  I    A. S/Goodove,  is  on hia  -way  BUILDING- COMMITTEE.  An {'Ordained Man.  The Rev. J.   W.  Miller,  B.  A  the new pastor for the   Methodist  man.    He  .  .,. ..       .,..,.- ,--���--   church, is an ordained  gonts ,nome trocs Uccawa, and will reach  is expected hero to preach^   *ZWL'*tious ^^^'ntR:  ' n,..,;- ts.���:...���>__. ���     r. '      j bel!;- sroro. and   t^i-d  ^anu tuday or tomorrow.        > first .Sunday in  The Kew Hall and  Opera   Hall.  The building committee for the  Odd Fellows hall and opera house  are calling for tenders ia thi-  week^? Leader. On and after  next Monday the pious.-and speei-  nd   t,-.i..I -v<   m .^t   )),  ' v r>.<\ n i t;  l;.   As  will   be  seen   by  the   com-  I'pany's  adv.   iii ��� another  eolunry  che c. p. n��� ,Viii give a rat0 1(;  the  Seattle   fair  from  Moyie  of  $25lfpr the return   trip,  final  re-  I turn limit CO daj's.     The  sale  of  tickets starts today.  FOR    SALE���Elrtven    Iiuudrrdt'  and tea  shares  of Moyi)   Water-���  s-ock.     Pr.uo   80   cents a  share,.  1 !>;.iv     (.:   F. J. Srnyih  ! "  'V^I  ,  )'      '"?  ft i .      V  i r-        1   ,''~'lW.|  'v   n  I  .'���*'  ���������**- ill  ,.,-v ;  .    .     i 1.1 >   , "  It ��� -1' 1 it't }'',  ��� ' 1   ' V" --- *  ���i j ��� i - ���  ���i K  i? ^x$t  ��� ���   ,-/;"!-��  XA  'I *j;  US. ^*li' . . ._  fcrV* jf"   !"*   t,  ;t  si�� n'��?."i1i<;  }*''  it.  THE    LEADEK,  MO Y J E,    BR 1T1S1I    COLUMBIA.  ���?rj  IJANECABL  ROOSEVELT      VERSUS      TOLSTOI  By  GEORGE BARR  McCUTCIIEON.  Author of "'Beverly of Gr��uil��rk."  Etc  indilfeicnee,     and     in     her"   lesent-  ment     h.-lieved    ll'<-    worsj    of    liim  Turmoil succeeded  pence ;ind content- j Latter Wrote That Bryan Represented  merit,   and   m   the   end   David   Cable, j the Party of Peace !n the  driven   to   distraction,   'weakly   a ban- , ii���-*���j   c�����t.c  . ^,      , ..    ,    ,.,,,,        ,  .,   , i United   States       ,  uoned the domestic hnttleheld and tied i ���   ,        ���   .,.,,���  ?*.p\v  1 ork.���hx-Prcsident Roosevelt  in the cm rent number of the Outlook  combats   th<?   statement   credited      to  / Count Leo Tolstoi   that   Uiyan repie  to the fur west, giving up home, good  wages and all for the sake of freedom,  such as it was. lie ignored her letters  and entreaties, but in all those months J ^^ (h(, jjarty  of ]K?flcp iu t])(? ,nsl  mm?:*.  v.n  ft  Copyright,   1S0C,   by   Dodd,  Com pan y.'  Mead  &   ?  !&'���*�����  that he was away from her bv never , prcsi,1(,ntio] campnign.    0n this point  cewed .to regret the impulse that had , Mr. Ro0sevolt savs: "Now, theie was ,   defeated him.    Nevertheless he could   but  ono   p).lnk   ������   thp   piatfonn      0f   an' it  was mighty  hue. <if  not make up his mind, to go back aud   ..jfw   political   nartv  in   190S   wbiehldid vou not see ilm pk'.v out'        m  A Well-Trained Servant  .The n,w Movant had never once  been within *!���- ������^ oi a 1h,*l1lt,  until the kind mistier ^1\'" '"';_ ''  ticket one eveimur for a popular pi.i>  She h% wilbm.' enough to go,  course, and wont. m,f '���"f"' .  astonishnunt li> retiurtmg ho:m be-,  fore nine o cluck. The Moiy i�� W  finished by repeating tin- conve.sat n  between the kind iinstiess and t l  new maid "Didn't vou go to the  theatre'" "Indeed, 1 did thai, mum,  ' - But why  of  ;reat  Zoo on  Handkerchiefs ,s  Every now and then fashion decrees ;  that   there shall  he a  zoological  out- !  ; lireak.    This season it tnl<ej> the form  LOCATING    PARTIES    f\Kt    :><=..-. . . <f ^..^ k!nd ()�� wJl|gwl<   ,,<���.,���,,,  mltl  OUT TO GET CHOICE PARCELS     , f(>m-footed creature.  ,  '  ���_ j     On  handkerchiefs,   umbrellas.   Idol- ,  | tin", hooks,  bags and nolepiiper theie '  ���'Balance of Company's Share of About   ,,re creeping, crawling,  flying insects  H.B. CO. SELECTS LAND:  PARTIES    ARE    SENT,  Continued.)  fet&' pKfew?* h',  ���' i'  1!��:*3.*A:��sS*    Mi. -  91-  .'i-^j���i- - -' -  IPl'-l  eiflier   political   partv  in   I'JOS   whieh'did you ...  resume the life of torture her .jealousy j contained anv  plcment of menace  to 'deed, ���] did. nuim.    1 Ii^p w��'lp Fra,!  ' ���    "      *       '      ladief, in tlie^'oxes, and ilhgant gmtle-  nien ne.xt, me. an' I had a lovely heat,  in'   enjoyed   infself   lookin  had begotreu. , j the i>ence of the world.   This was the  I   ' Then   the  unexpected  happened.    A.   plank in thp Bryanite platform which  ' letter was received containing- the com-   demanded the immediate excluniou by  |  maud  to come home and care,for hi*   law of all Asiatic laborers,'and there-  wife and baby.    At once David ,Cable . fore Japanese.  called  a   halt  in   his demoralizing ca-     ."Coupled   with   this   is   the   utteily  j reer and saw the situation plainly.   He, menninglp.ss   plank   about   the navy,  j  forgot that she had "nagged"  him > to i winch, however, was intended,<o cori-  the point where endurance rebelled; he' vp-v ll,p impression  that ve 'ought, ml  320,000 Acres of Dominion Government's Land to be Taken Up This  Summer���Patty Will Travel Some  Five Thousand Miles on Their  Trip Through North, Country  Kdmonton.���The    selectu u    of    up-  f  laiuh   or  proxhmiu  about   ;K0,000  acres,  birds and beasts. It is the fashion of  the moment to have something of the  kind on all one's belongings.  ' Beetles and butterflies appear on  dainty handkerchiefs, swallows and  mice and lady birds and owls mean-  der over stationery; dragons and pen-  cocks  are emblazoned  on  'sofa  cush  at     the  .splendid pictures as much a-s anybody, [the   Hudson t>  But, when  tbv'v  took  the  picture  up,'"   an' some ladies come in an' began ois-  cussiu' faniilv matt"fs, I come, away.  Sure, it wasn't for the likes of me to  y ,M)0 sections ,m^,u..^  -   ioils> kittens and. Teddy bears decorate  tin'   ���ny Cu:< -hare of tlu-j thc, t?P8..<?f....n.",,'il,!1_1,,.'.'*h.!,5- V?���}]*  .Dominion government lands,   already  s'utveyed, north of the S-isksitchewnn  river'which will l'��* P''^' ^ fr0MI \hl[  choicest of the hind not ahvndy fyled  and  impossible creatures are utilize.',]  u.s luit pins,, 4 \  Woiuen would appear to have.a penchant for natural "history, ;,Al one  time there wn.slti craze for "stuffed kit-  JUST TH1NKJ  :withha,flhelabor>ap  half the coEt of other so J  S-"^., does the Z  washing in half the ^ ;  yet   without  |njurjn2 J  most delicate fabric.  forgot everything but the fact that he  cared for her in spite of ail. Sobered  and conscience stricken, he knew bnly  that she was alone and toiling; thaf she  had suffered uncomplaiuiugly until the  have a  navy only  for Die defence of  our coasts, that is,  a merely*1 'reserve-  navy,'   or   in   other   words,      a   quite!  worthless navy."  Discussing Tolstoi, the' ex-president  expresses the opinion that the Russian  sure, it wasn i tor mc Jinv-> ��. *..*   ������-   cnum.-si ^, ....>.   - -    ���        .    - un��e tuere wa��,a craze jot .siuueu hi-  .sit an'listen to faiii'ly secrets. T luipe, j up0n a�� ���hoinesteads. wl'i,,i e n]aue ij ^^ t)iatcmwle(] 0V(,r pi10t0graph i  1 know me place b.-tter than that, i four j-arties of Hudson, bay. lam framos (m-cl nnotm.r which cnuse'il ,  mum." , , {men  who'are oulfitlimj th-s  w"^ ;!l1 { vvonion t<) wear the heads and coils oi  ' ' Mvaiiou-s  point':  m  the  nOilhweM,   ��������, V)lIsiouR   c]on(l   creatures   slung   about'!   ',  ever came into cnjitivity has been add-  babe was some months old before ap-   wrHf,r has s^ayed or dominated only   ed to, tlio London {ling.) collection m  pealing to him for help. In abject hu-; thp f0(,nie f0lk "and the fantastic, folk, J the form of a Tasinanian wolf. The  mlliation he hastened 'back to New ��.n)c| t?a��i- liis influence over men of !'ne,w arrival.-the first of its kind ;re-  York,  reproaching  himself' every   miie  aetjon has not boon great." j'ceived for a long time./hates mankind ,  Untamable Tasmanian   Wolf J eluding  Edmonton .    j their necks and depending from muff.s.  About a.runtamable an   animal  a��      The par,ty which is now outlitlmg in Lwhi](.   tllejr   wa;sti,   u,ul" wri.sts   were  Kdinqnton, consists of only two in<> i    (UiornMi or disfigured with coiled sor- - u       .    . .  H. A.  Bavne. of Winnijx'g. son oi Ajpents. - ' -      ' e '-OOO'V*  Bayno, inspector of lands for tlio Hurt  j  ', ' [     Dr., John ,1-nu  son'. Bay company, and K. ^^>��: !   ' Dr. j,,��. Kellogg's, Dypenferv Cor- tf"^ ^u.,1"1 ��'"���'  surveyor,   of   Winnipeg.    .<ihey   vi'} !,,-���,  ic ���;.,���,rtll���,i^i B..����;��n�� <A ��.^.. 'ta.1!1 i��ut ho l,a  v    .   ' ars  ���Ntw,],lf,,,)?wt_  silSj  motive cat  that sort  no   roses  traversed?"  wonders  David  Cable was a general  manager  lie had been a fireman.' it had required  twenty-five years of hard 'work on' his  part  to- break' through   the  chrysalis  Packed away In a chest upstairs in his  over the  fire,"  is  a  wonderful sight,    plcte state of  preparation.      Up was  Two or three carloads of firewood- are    j,fn,id that our system in the past, had  gathered in an open space iii front of  the "Ashoorkhnna," arid at midnight  the" wood ' is set on fire. ' This l takes  about two hours to burn, and. the heat  been rather to wait'until a storm, arose  and then to prepare, or complete, our  preparations for war.  He had the-honor of accompanying  Could  Account   for, But  Two  Pacific'. But'there w a huge chunk of<j  virgin country wes>t of the "ilcj.^od '  and along the east  side of the  I'cui:  ' Tris stoiy was told'at a church ban- j )jjnn ri th||t wj], ri,ceiw ihli Oioso  quel, at,  Aiehison:      A   hoarder   com-, inqpl(tl50T1 of the-nartv, and th'ev ox*.  plained.,,10 the .propnetor^ of a  hotcj \ tQ mak<i s'om(b rieh.SoI����cti'��n�� in-  , :fle��h,,bf nil 'khWK���,h  ,   -' - . -  .  , - ��� ~ ���  i Htiiiuiln'nlfl,  Minard's   Liniment^used   by   Physi-}'  -"Sleep eight  hoUr,  <Ya  ^^ '  ; <^1"      'J '        ��� ������  "        ,'    " ^JK.,,t h��ui?��.,.uiHl ��V,,k \\M\^PA  _ ^, _..,��� |  ,        _     , _- ^ a<      ,*( "A1 man's most critu'-a! hnulinfa' I  "Only think/' vxGlaimc-d'"Fon<lerson,.i����y is. tlic;,thirty liiimitevl^tt Sls!  t'xntiv -  w&m  M  lc��,rv  WIT"  ( (Not   to  be   Beaten >/  A lacly gave a 'children's' party,  to  which a little bov of four was invited?  Tli,  countrv  to/ the. no^thwe'st and  iiorth-^_  Vast,, tributary ^to 1-ihnonfon.    ,t   ,    ���   ,j ~  versa, and  it might be that he^would j Io"'ed   ��y   soveral   hundreds.    ,' The I 0f ^��r.   In" view of the great upheaval \  .need the suit again.   It pleased him to! ^''"f^t  feature-of-the ceremony  is    in   the  en-st.-'nt  the   pre.serft  moment  hear his"wife sniff contemptuously. 'f, ,. "ot'-^",ff't:,miinn rT"Ii& ^C l'��>�� -was  not 'the   time" when   Britain  '  David  C-ible  had   been  a   wavward  (   ,,,u,y:  , T'T, "  _oh,ldr,'n   of   a]1   "^ ' should be' in anything but a state, of  vemoViim "m.tt.    in, Mhi  5nd    Sut The  lo-^hSi pX" "^.�� [ Vropa^no^   ' He !would   not   say  mother had built their hopes high wltli'i *��ra��|0 bP\t hmn      The nmlv' etcH I }"uc>\ ��^����  'invasion - although   he.   The ,jext day;he was giving some ac   jo"^'^^^^^^"^^^���'^ "Sl^  -       -  -- ....... . ...    -,| like. Lord  Roberts and  oilier military [ count of the fun. and said that.every J ,     -0-'-'^'   ^nn-suaiii, t    kihui   o>   aio-  .The Slaughter in.Turkey      '      f  \dana.���The estimates of from 20,000  Marianne, Farninnham' Dead.  him as a foundation, and he had proved 1 after    pa����ing     through     tlie,    ordeal"  a   decidedly , insecure   basis,   for   one    seems  to   be, that one'  perspires  pro-  -'night, in   the   winter of ,1SC3  he stole! fusely.      ' . ',  away   from'his'.home,, in   New   York  Before spring  he   was'fighting'In  the  rifar souihland,'"a boy'of si:r(een carry- I '   Thousands residing in Canada'Wave -  ��� ing ��a   musket   iu'vthe  service   of  his I read at some lime'or'other tlio^e nov- j  country . . j o'lsiwhich appeared in .weeklv form in j  1   At the, close of the civil war.Private i The Christian World   and were after  Cable, barely eighteen, returned,to,-his ! wnrds reproduced in book fonn at the ,  "home, only to Tind that death had do-'  ''-.ommander.s.v firmly   believed   in   the '��� little   visitor   bad 'contributed   either | ""imeclans   -in    the       province   .of  , , ,   , Maintain the .Open Door  wards reproduced in book form "at the        t>a-;.-,      a' r������i'.,��� ^ , ,* \ ������ i  oustomarV-pr.ce 'of .three shillings and        ^ k" ~f f",nl ap eeinent hofi.heen  sixpence, and-have had a most -xten- !-r>'^hed . -between   the  Russian   _ ��� ^ v,���J](l. ' to' have.'fBeen  killed^in", the.  country  I "was riot" to "be*beaten, so i-juslTt'oo'd > districts  have', since Tomii ,int'o 'some  up anil,said mv prayers."' { of the larger towns'for, relieh      '     K,  .'  : lJ  >   '        ���-    !   -NenrIy^ 50,000 persons havp received  >^n i    Booker Washington,' at a'meeting''in | assistance, from the foreign, and Tur-  and;2few York, attended by Mr. Tnff. toUl'j kjsh  rehcf  committees, or,officials dat,       ' " .---.-. i..,....���       ix,        .      j4f0O0,ai>  stroyed Us happiness. ,ms father.had j sive"veadmg  in   the  novel   roliein'us ! Chlno^ authorities for the settlement^ story*'which is likelv to cling to-the | A.dana.V 22,000 ,at   Ma rash  .died, leaving his widowed mother.a de- \ worici onlv equalled bv those���of Edna I ?f    \h(il  "ispuj.ed    administration   vof , po'r{iy preiident.   Ah old ncgress cook l gadjin,, 30.000   at'-Mersiria,.' 2,000 ,at  .penaent upon him. .It was then philo- I Lvall and, other aulhors-of the.serio- j Harbin and other points in  the Rus-ji,-,  the. south,  who" had  cooked a de-1 Catakia1, 4[000 at Tarsus-'.and  a'com-  sophlcally he realised that .labor alone | reUtr.ious school which ht^,found such.' e-1��n railway zone in North Manchuria ��� lioious^i-Ai.^i- for Mr. Taft during, hi* | parativply large number^at Aintab-and  could  win' for him, and he stu.ck'to��-it ' a following amoneMhe relisious read-<iThe issue was .first raised by  the. re-''recent'vis-it,'was nsked''if she-did-hot'1 Ah  Miss  with  rigid 'integrity.1 ' Tn  turn   he  be- '1 ors   of   to-dpv.  , came brakemau and  firema  , his determination and'fa/thf ^a<, ������..,,,, ������       . ���   -r  him  a "fireman's place  on one of  the ' hiiH cenfurv, died a few days aco  ���uru   ue  ue- ; <������*->   ��'   w,..-,.       ....^   .^. .-���...   ��-.t.-.  ,--���   (-.    feel   greatly ' honored   at  cooking   for!  '��� Fugitives" from'the villages." or fcet-  u.    Finally ' known   ns   M.-vrianne   Farninffbam   to j sul,  to1 recognize the Russian railway , such a great man. ' ' ' " ....-.--*  nlncss won     readers of rejipions paners for the last    company's efforts to r-xereisa sovereign '     Aunty replied:    "A1  fast New York Central "runs."   If ever I  a   boarding-house    at ' Bernoulli  Railroading   iu   those   days   was   not I          exandretta.  Henrn.   better , fusal of Mi. Fisher, the.'American'con  > .    , ' i> .   1 tlemenls exaggerated."their estimates  . -    .-,--       _.eber done heerd ' through" their fears," the extent of the  power m ^disregard  to  China's  sover- i 0h   him.be.for.    Know  nothiii'   about i slaughter.    There  still 'remains,' how-  eignty.    Oreat  Britain  and   Germany | him except he do look as if he been , ever, the fact that frightful, brutality  ' wascpractfeed, especially  towards' the  women. ' ; >  The Mohammedan figure's of about'  in  to  Iip w�� (ii��nti��(i���i  n-iii, ��im ��,���.���!.-   _��� i wnich,she was .taken a day or two ago 'joined    ^ith    America   in   protesting ,' reg'Iar at'lii��^ meals  Ue    H.1S   UlSSatlSUQU    nitU    lue    WOlK,    nO   )   |,,fnT��    km.    XlnoHi    nn    bnr   ..rnml    (mm . ,     ., n . ,, i        j     ,     1 I        fa i   lll^.llS  nn. ���.������ ,,,��� ���.:,���.. before ne.r death  on her arrival irom .against the  Russian  threats d.0  close '    1 e      ��    '    ' ' Nmthampfon    She was 7-1 years old. ! thp  establishments   to   foreigners     as;      ,        '    An  -������.!,,,,   -,  Miss Famineham was edUrpss of The , Wp]i as Chinese r-1-- "-������-���-' "-- ��� An   Env,able   p��st  Are you feeling'Ianguid and ail run down^-is'iihirf  for you to^pull yourself together, and does everjvl  , ' 'cl thing seem too much trouble for you?- Arre youf��k|  '���irigirritableand bad tempered?' No wonder if, you afe.;:j  The fnonths'of winter have tried you sorely and robbed^I  vyou of?more vitality than y'our.system has been able torc-1  plenish. You ar.e in>c'ed of a go.od tonic wheh v.*ill reviveyoaj J  sand bring back that old-time viniand energy-PSYCHIN��wiildothii-J  'Alr.^James Stpliker,,of Rldgctown, s��ys:���"THERE IS LIFE IN EVERY DO&J  I cannot speakioo highly of PSYCHINE,(oirJtJi'^he grcstesfraedlcinej e��roi��i'. j  I vasjust about 'All ln\when I begah'thc treatment,'and in 3 months I vis is yd ;j  .as ever.,' It is a great'tonic for weak and^run-.down pcoplel  There seems to it kt." f  Jlfe in-'every dose?.,* *Yo"u'cannotdo without. PSYCHINE at this, time of the year. Itv  "Is a necessity and'ViU banish that rtin-down,feeling,-languor, efe.fand ghrfKnci.  life ^Serid to'DRl'T.JA:SLOCUM, Limited'; Spadina Ave.," Toronlo,"Jo^ i umple;  to:dayj oor purchase a'bottle from your \im: ��. W^;w &jy*& It A h Vf~  local<Druggisris or'Dealer.- H * Aiinrl^^^pH^^  ' PSYCHINE is sold everywhere at 50c   W **^*STflfar* ^"^���,.,,^1  .and $1.00 per bottle. '       - C THEuR��AT��ST0f T0NKfC3lgAlJiiMMJ  have become standard ,hvmns. which  rough,   ribald companions of, the  raH. ; ���J \�������� KKv'in "ti^-mds  tfif tys - .'  *.>-&WiTjU?     ,i'  ly good woman m the world who de- , ",th  lts. c,1?oruB-    declaring   that   its . whicli   was   here   last   month   to'urge   r{l^-c ?��ov'Pr"Sner^e.l    w tT\V��b   ! Japanese Are  Pleased  ���ved respect 1,yro   ��"i t   no   sailor   bold,   and   he , government ownership     of    terminal , Kn s?��on<^ fmd On-on tl.ir 1 !    Lol"l(1��1'.   Kng.-The  MomiiiR, PobIV  Jp in Albany lived the Widow Cole-     n��VCr WaS llpon the SGa"       ' ,' olevators,   ,,.cou -agement   of   the   Pa-1 ?bWa  S��^ _ Wr'"��" U'' L \ Ja|,nnese co,vspond,.nt cxpro s?.s warm  m.km nt  ,. vt iii  ���A  ,- 1  and he glided moderately into the bad  habits of his kind. He drank and  "gamboled" with the rest of tlie boys;  but, by nature not being vicious 'and  low, the influences weiv not hopelessly  deadening to the better qualities of his  character. To his mother he was always the strong, good hearted, manly  boy, better than all the other sons in  the world. She believed in him. rie  worshiped her, and it was not until he  was well up du the twenties that lie  ^stopped to think that she was not the  -only  , berv  Up in Aiiiany nveu me widow cole-  man aud tier two pretty daughters. ;  Mrs. Coleman's husband died on the !  battlefield, and she. like many womeu '  lu the/north aud the south, after years !  of moderate prosperity was compelled [  to support herself and her family. She !  had been a pretty woman, and one !  readily could see where her daughters j  got their personal attractiveness. ]  Not many doors from the boisterous j  little eating house  in  which  the  rail-  road men snatched their meals as they '  went   through,   the   w idow   opened   a I  book and news stand.    Her home was j  ou  the  lloor above  the  stand,   and  it  was there she brought her little girls  to womanhood.    Good  looking,  harum  Bcarum Dave Cable saw Prances Coleman one evening as he diopped In  to  purchase a newspaper,    it was at the  end of June, in  l557(i, and the country  was in  the throes  of excitement over  the first news of the Custer massacre  ou the Little Big Horn river.  Cable was deeply interested, for he  had seen Custer fighting at the front  in the sixties. Prance* Coleman, the !  prettiest girl he nad e\er seen, sold  him the newspaper. After that, he  seldom went through Albany without  visiting the little book shop.  Tempestuous, even arrogant in love,  Cable, once' convinced that he cared for  her,   lost   no   time   in   claiming   her, !  whether   or   no.     In   less   than   three!  months after the Custer massacre they J  were married. , >  ,'  Defeated'rivals. Unanimously and en- '  viously observed that the handsomest j  fireman on the road had conquered the !.  most   outrageous    little   coquette, between  New York  and'Buffalo.'    As a j  matter   of   fact,   she   had   loved   him)  from  the start;  the' others  served  as :  thorns    with    which    she   delightedly I  pricked his heart into subjection.        "   j  The young husband settled down, re- I  nounced  all  of  his   undesirable  habits '  and became fl new man with such stir- |  prising   suddenness   that   his   friends \  marveled    and���derided       A    year   of j  happiness   followed.     He  grew ' aecus- ]  tomed   to   her   frivolou.s   ways,   over- I  looked   her  merry   whimsicalities  and ]  gave    her    the     "full     length     of    a j  he    called    it.      Hi  and      consequently  of chuiches throughout the world.  Longshoreman George.  J,nid George Hamilton is known by i  a few of bis intimates as "Longshoreman George." The name is the sequel '  cf  an   old   joke.     One   night,   many j  years   ago,   Lord   George   had   to   re- j  spond at a dinner to the toast of the  Admiralty, but between the toast and ,  his speech a\vell-kno\vn comic singer '  was   called   upon   for   a   song.    This  genius   chose ' "The   Longshoreman,"  unless they paid the),   ���Mv dpnr��� ^  ^ ^^ ^^.^ 120,000  Mohammedans' killed, in    this  only 'daughter.      "I   have   noticed  -a - Pr��v'"c�� 'nust al.so be reduced. ,  .young'man attired  in a dress suit in j, _    <�����^i_���*-7 ��� ��� '  the  drawing-room  two  or-three even- ! Japan Will ErfH-or-ce~"Tmmigration Laws |  sian theory to their South Manchurian  railway zone.   The negotiations were   "��="i'����������'     ^ne is at, present, unem-< anesp consul ger   ���..,  transferred   to   Pekin  and   have -been   ^03'od. nrther'    ^P11^d. I'^iair.PirL a | |-uls arrived here, in an'interyiew sairl  pr " ' ""     re  sovereignty,    juv  rLv-iuu-j.ii'sbiriLiiMi  ��>iu   , .     -i. i    ^r ���     -  ^          i              .   ,,                 i       > to a young ladv of means,  recognize  and   respect  the  open  door , J       b       ���   principle and protect the lights of the'     ' ' . -     -,-,   nationals and other powers. |       I understand that Buzzer expressed   passports and few Japanese are going  i      ...  i...   to  South1 America.    Emigration  from  Japan   now' is   mostly   to   Korea  and  Manchuria,.       Mr.      Nakamu'ra   was  mgs each week of late.    What-is his]     Victoria, B. C.���Naknmura, the Jap-j-"  occupation >'   "He is at present unem-| anese consul general to Canada   who;'  .............   ^  c   .���,,.   ployed, father," replied the fair girl, a | has arrived here, in airinterview said '  ���oceeding 'for several ,weeka. The Jreamy far-away look, .in her big blue t Japan will strictly adhere to the im-'  suit is the full recognition of China's i ey('s',. but np ,?..thmVrf sonoUfil'V. of ! migration arrangements made with  .vereigntv.    The  administration will   accepting a position of,life companion , CuilarIa   and   the   United   Statp      (ht  , lestrictions   being   nd-v      strictly   en-  j forced.   There are few applications for  May Get Inspection Division   ,  Ottawa.���The   .jovernment   ha��   not  yet  definitely considered   what action t  T3 }���. fflkeU '��. rT'����t..l!!0 .f��C'urs!'. 0f ]    California   1'anks  first  amon:  great regret  when  his  motor  par  hit  that lady the other dav."  "Yes, indeed.    ITe broke one of his  new brass lamps."   '  foimerly secretary at the Washington  legation.  the   western   grain   men s   deputation   pacific coas(, states  the |  s in thp amount of \  1 cifie  grain   export   lOUtc,   and  the  es- ,  Accounted For. i tablishment oE a now inspection divi- , A GUARANTEE' OF SAFETY  Old   Lady-(rather   deaf)���"Are   you    sion.     Until   the   session  is   over   the! ���  any  relation  to a Mr. Green?" ' ministei   will   not  have   time  trt  deal '     Most of th.e     soothing" syrups and  Green���"I am Mr. Green." 'thoroughly with  the question, but on   P0Wl,,Jrs advertised to cure the ills pf  Old Lady���"Ah ! Then that explains ' the question of inspection  regulations   ,,il,��f's   and   young    children    contain  the  extraordinary  resemblance." , ;<   i, understood   tn<^ ��rnverin-nent  will    poisonous   opiates,    and   an   overdose  may kill the child.    Baby's Own Tab-  lets ate sold under the guarantee of a  i over terminal el.-vators or the election   t'oveinme.nl analyst that  they contain  of an  elevator, ai   Vancouver nothing   p�� opiate qr_ harmful drug.   Tlwy can  'lias  been  .leciuec'  and  (iiabling legi<-.  j lation  in  any case  would  have to  be  defoned till next session.  Cruel rSuspicion.  "Bliggins is a great reader. lie invariably buys a newspaper before getting on a street car."  "1 have noticed the paper," answered Miss Cayenne. "But I am not so  sure lie reads it. Maybe lie holds it  up because he's too polite to see a  lady standing."���Washington Star.  ! take hteps l,o ni. et the requests of the  ! deputation.     U ill.   regard   to   taking  appreciation at the reception, the  Japanese sailors received at Vancouver. They say it affords a readv  proof that the subjects of the mikado-  are accepted'by the colonial .subjects1  of King Edward in (he most friendly  fashion as the partners of aaieemenf,  the benefits many of which ha\c not  yet In en fully realized  Real English SUITS  and OVERCOATS  to  Miniur*  from  $5.14 to ��20.  Cnl In Litrsl London and New York Stvle. whichever preferred, No  matter what part of the doruinion you live in. we undertake to tupply  yon -with a <mar;. comfortable Suit, rutins >ou perfectly, or othervrne  torafund youp money In full. The procen ts jnmple. tncrelv  fill In �� post card and UiMrrm name'to ui a�� below, >fVulK for our  j*'"! assortment of materials. ToKellier with pattern*, we ��en.l you  faihion.plates and cbmplrtr ln��tmetloni for accurate self-nteaiUrerDcm.  �����P�� measure, all sent free and carriasle paid. , Wr dispatch ><}ur order  within i��ven days, and if yon do not appro\e, return the food*, anJ wo  will refund the monsy. '  SUITS and   OVERCOATS  to   measure   from   ��5.14-   to   ��20.  SEND   FOR   FREE   PATTERNS.  The  World's  Msasure   'Tfillors,-  (Dept 81 E ��� 60/62 City Rd., LONDON, ENGLAND.  Addresses   for   Patterns:  For Toronto and  East Canada:       / For Winnipeg and the West:  ���  >  CURZON BROS., cjo  MIGHT > CURZON  BROS..  DIRECTORIES, Ltd..(l)ept. 81F)    cfo Henderson Bros. fPt'I't ?]''  74-76 Church St.. Toronto, Ont.       V 279 Garry Street,  V/INNIPt"  Please tneniion //lit ptsfrcr.  Coal Strike Conciliation Board  His Qualifications.  IJyker-Hilkiu.s has asked the president  to give  him   ail   English  consulship.  r.vker���So? On what does he base  his claims?  Ifjker���On his ability to speak the  Cuglish language.���Chicago News.  His Wish.  Labor Trouble at Edmonton  1     Edmonton,  Aha ���The   Builder-'  exchange has decided not to coiisidei  the  new   agreement   put   forwaid   by   the  journeymen  carpenters,  and  have de  olared   for  the open  shop,   to go into  1 effect   at   once     The   buildeis  doclnif  to   lecogniKi-   the   carp.-nter.s'   union.s,  I and   it  is   not likely  that union   men  will   woik   with   non-unionists,  and   a  big   stnke   is   threatened.        The   old  i iigieement,   which   called   for  -12  cents  an   hour  and  an   eight-hour  clay,  ran  oul   on   May  I      The  carpenteis  nov.  la.sk  50 cents an  hour,   which   the ex  ; change  refuses,.to  consider,   although  they say they are ready.'to sign up tl>';  same scale as last.vear. . ���  be given with absolute safety to a new j  , _ .  bom child.   They cure all those minor '     Ottawa.���The   board  of  conciliation I  ailments    originating    in    di.sordeied   n,1(.'   investigation   established   j(,   ;,,. ���  stomach  or  bowels.    Mrs.    F.   Young  rl"-e into the diflieulty of the western !  River   Hebert.    X.K ,   Sii vs.���"I. have ' ��, ��Pf-r^f"s   and    e���;,l    i,iim-i.-.   in  used   r.nby's  Own  Tablets  for  const i-! p,ol,lU,r'm  A1!,f"'''> and  Hasten,  British '  and when ��� (om"li"a' i1,l(| ondeavor to ndjn-t the  [latinn and stomiieh trouble  my baby vwis leething, and have found  them the he-t medicine I know of for  these Doubles." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at '25 cents a box  from The l)i. Williams' Medicine Co  Urockville, Ont  consists  of   Rev    1,\  N    (;,.,,,t.  ; Colin  Maclcod, Macleod , ^uul  F. If. Rheiman, Taber.  same  Fernii  When  Barrett  to   Hang  July   14    ,     K'lmontoii    -   Gaiy      R.      |{.irr,.M   =  'chaiged   with   the   murder  of   Deputy  I'red���My dear Dora, let this thought, Warden Ptodman, of Allntla peni-  con-ole \ou for voiir lover's death ] tentiaiy, on April'15 lust, w;Ls found"  Retnembei   that other and bettei   men   guilty and  sentenced (0 hang .Inly  1.1  text      He  tooK   tli,   s,.ni,,,,.,. '     "  than lie haw gone the same way.  Heieaved   One���They      haven't  gone, have they?"  all , An appeal may be made to U���  tor.of justice at Ottawa.     .  f.ihnly  minis-  ITolloway's  corn' out, by  prove .it:  Corn    Cure   takes  the   roots.     Try   it  The Weary One���Hang it! I wish!  he'd stop talking iu my sleep.���liar-'  per'a Weekly.' i  Alberta May  Have Automatic  Phonec  Cnlgary.���Willi a.view to investigating the advantages of the -antomatie.  telephone system, which if found satisfactory will be adopted throughout  the province of Alberta, -Hon. W. Tl  dishing,' minister of public -works,  has left, for Chicago and other 'Amen  can. cities where the Strowger.system  They   cannot ' be   healthy   if   trouble  with   worms. .     Use.   Mother   Craves' ���  is 111 operation,    ft is the intention of j Worm  Exterminator. |  the   go'veniment. .to' coiisiderably   'ex.,!  '  ,. . I  the j Count   Boni   to  Come   West  VV[\     Montreal ,.-:Tlie  ; Caaadinn     Pari fie |   '        railway has received a communication 1  \v 1 1        1      .     ' ���'   lf'"0,n   Cou,lt     Bo,,i      D(-     fiastelliiine   i  .\\i>.  produce only about one  genius 1 former husband  of Anna   Gould        k\  u. a, cen ury.   ml a great and  increas- ! ing   Umt   arraiigemen "   be le   ? ,- -  mg number-of those'who can  make a .guides   etc '   for  ,1   1    ,,r ' !  noise like a genius.-Pucl,      .      ,       j ���ig '^ ^ ^ZJZn!^  t     1 7T TT; ~        ,'"��� I Hie end of July. .' "M  Jo   have   the   children   sound      and 1  1  healthy  is! the  first  enre of a  mother, .j Will  Entertain Australia^ '  .���London.���At the  la.nt.ic   Union,'   Uvhitelaw'  The Stomach is Sick  JT-he Liver Sluggish  The Bowels Clogged  The Blood Impure  The Skin Sallow  Then I?s Time to Take  That grand, old, time-tested remedy-  \3(  Prepared inly by Thomas Be'echam, St. Hel��n*/L*'n'c����hlre. Bngl"^  Sold by all Orujnrliti. la Canada and U.S. America.   In bone*-" ������  to get a  free rope, a-  was eoi it o/n ted  careless.        .She  Nothing  Definite.  The  defective   was  trying  clew.  "When your husband left you," he  said, "did he drop any intimation as  to where he might be going?"  "A"o, sir," answered the sharp chinned, thin lipped woman.    "All he said  was that he wanted to get away, that I  he   was  going  to   get  away,   and   ho J  didn't care a durn where he went."���  tend   the   telephone  province this year.  system  the  chafed     under    .the'! Chicago Tribune.  IW'imw. UiCWJ-^iUMi-n  A  Big  Deal   in  the  Yukon  Vancouver.���It is understood that  the. Dawson City waterworks and elec  trie light, Willi -the Sourdough eoa  mines, as well as other .mining interests in the Klondyke, have been acquired by a1'New York syndicate for  about half a million dollars. One of  the principal vendors is Dan .McGilli-  ; vray, a Nova Scotian, of Seattle, who  I has amassed n fortune in the Yukon.  But three'days elapses between flu :  time the salmon leaves the Pacific  ocean to aseon':������ the Washington rivers  and the time *' at, it is nearly fanned,  ready for sliipn ent.  American  last year..  j    Ask  for   Minard's   and  take   no  other.- _    _  A balloon flight of 1,192 miles, from | , Vi(-',oril1-  's  m London I  request   of  the' At, !  American ambassador,'and Mrs 'l']!,,p!  will soon give at, Dorchester lio1Isf . !���'  >ig   reception   for ' Aii.sin.lians      Tlli"i  fupcUon.vviin.einthenaf,,,'   of,>,  i  tor   the   welcome ���'���(-,  turn  fleet  Man  be  in   Aust  II.CCOIV  d    (he  ralian   waters  Vineennes, France, to Korostychew;j ���l,lPa". which sailed for  Russia, in 1900, has never been stir-I atui wn-v Ports a. few <\;  passed. I among  her  passengeis  r,  W. N.  U.,  No. 742  I of Vernon, h. C  j agent, to Jftp,ln to  1 Preston,  trnnsfe  Succeeds   Preston  Htearner   Empress   of  Hong   Kong  >'H  n��o,   had  ^.   Harris.  appointed     |,,-,|,|e  replace   \V.  T   R  ,,'n''1  <" Hollniid."  offer you more  Better Toilet Tissue for the Same  Money than ^  Other Make on the Market. ���" . ������  Made in Every Known    Form    ana  and  Every Sheet. Guaranteed   Chemi^V--^  Always Everywhere in Canada Ask For EDDY'S MA  fscsai iSEi  i  SUFFERED 5 YEARS  WITH RHEUMATISM  I Unable to Work  for  a  Year-  s Cured by Gin Pills.  'Hare teen troubled with Rheumatism''^" *Wji,1=   indu-t'y  on  the   I'Veill, ! W'en    ti]8    B'OOll   fS,  Weak   Or   Ouf   Of  f0r 5 j ears, one of which I have been un-j co"1-  where  the bounty system  pre j Order   Disease ' ft   fnaVlfablP  ablatu do_anjjrork4WhjiteTer;? Have j vailing in the Atlantic maritime prov-1 "MWOie.  FISH  FOR THE  PRAIRIES  Important   Move    by   the    Domio.o /  , Government is Welcomed by j  Pacific Coast Fishermen  Vancouver.   B.  C.-In  order  to  en  '  courage the. development of the Can-i  IIDLJJADER,   .MpyjE.   BRTfrsir   mr.T-MRTx  TOO MANY WOMEN  SUFFER IN SILENCE'"  TORONTO    TALKS     IMPERIALISM  BAD LEG FOR 60 YEARS  'any  a   Noble  Sentiment  ised Before the  asian Delegates  Expressed Before the AuS^,' *"-**   ^   *   C���^��  '*��"���  Mrs.   J.   Minett,  Half  Million   Worthless   Paper  St   John's, Que.-.Mi amazing series  of manipulations of  the funds f,f tlie  ; Banqm- Ft. John's was brought out at  of    10-2    Thurber^the turd of Hon   ]��   H. Roy or  INDEED THEY  AREJVONDERFUL  'whatthos. Mcdonald says of  una ihc'y began . to develop , readers,  Iliad an extraordinarily small effect in-  |devc-loping ��� advertising. .Book .riptices.  inwards for the arrest of runaway ser-  pre.senl.-  .,    .-   . ...  .., ,  ��, ..-,      t.ii..,-     ii;.-t>       IC?M/ll-U      ill.V       --.--.--.j       ..ui.j    ^ui/rituiU.-U:���lA'SiLl'll      I/O  ,,     ,.     _ .health,   and   1 < have   remained   strong'or has   been'properly  pasteurized.  ,. feonator RoFa-*Wha1, about the- poor?, and well ever since." '   "    '  ��� Senator Power said that poor people^, / Dr. Williams" Pink Pill's are* a c  duhnhot, gi-em   to   qualify'for  divorce-for' all    troubles <dnc 'to   impure  ouio  Armenians  Massacred  {00 teams., are engaged'on'the grading  ,501k.    The   camps   include,   three   of  1,  Descending      i\i��enger  ��� , Xobodv ,'Foley,   Welch   -;   Stowaj.1     And'  'the  ;-oo.mj, to knoSv. , Th(j captain thinks- it < camps   of   Contractors   Oallendar    P  . was  a   derelict  or an   nucha.ted  .sky-   Hau.seh and I'an.   It i? expected 'that  the grading will le completed m about  four months. ��� <���      J,  'Rather   poorly,   thank'.,you,-'  swer tlie other,. ���    .        *  "Nay   my, deal   sare," 'said  Frenchman; "don't,thank me for  illne.ss; 1 cannot help,it."  the0  your  <? {*>���'* -V'.''  1 ," "/,/1 >"!  . Usual  He who fries to��bot.|i thinns"to'all  men usually, ends, bv 'icing nothing  to nobody.���Chicago X -"s.1  Tommy���What is-a', retainer,*pa?  -A|  u 1        S"C5.  * 1 , *ri  -Two sl-'ght earthquake-*  '   Tommy's     Fnihei���>'V   letainer.. my  folt'in the cily"'oh Sat- ,*   ��>n.  is  the  money  people "pay   to  us  '  *,Me"  ,"���'li.   - v  lie contrast -between- popular'de'^  im��    ��rw>n v��.!...���!.":_-_    11. ������..     !--     iJ-'  oflice will bt�� eslabH&hedtin Calgarv  nee uponjadvortisirig then  and     , There "is"' $2,500,000   capital   hehm 1;  -amiot be better shoVirlhan  bv /the*"' Great'   West   Klevaior   company.'��  experience after the great-London, j which in reality, is, 'the National  Eh  valid,..faintlv  *  ��� ��� .   r    <J besiegers., 'There are probably JLLOOb rJ.l1.?, Iurme Eye Remedy Co , Chicago ' ���  and not so noticeable.  "   ''���']'_   ' refugees in^faraah"'     "      .^ri""~   J ,Vn Send 'Ynuvi Interesting Eye Book-'; ,'    Telegraph communications, from. " '  ' rree.��       ^ ' '','*!�� the',east/report,   dis-uubancee   in  *  ���^ '���  ',    a    I ��� that   quarter,   but   no       material   *  A speeinl to the .Tribune j ,, A1'?"! "no eallon of fuel alcohol.con  '! ***}*& l>ns been done  ' lasses.  ?li;',in tlie city wag moved, there was  flwli.tfly  no^  response to- this  offer.  I-ii" <,)d   locations   had    never   been,  kri'S!1   through   the   newspapers,   stV  ��j.\ should anyone look there for the  illiiA5  London.���Shut out of.the House of  | Comiijons by   the   police,     the     suf  j fnigettes liave found a new method o1  getting   literature   into   the   hands  o  son.  canon"of Westmin-  of St.-Margaret's, Lon-  :'ale for'Boston, to-sail L7J!JIt(,"lc-v nmnnS   the   negroes of the  .hurriedly to England, to face chaiges   United'>tafes i? -seven  times'\is cow-  ^  The largest  ..ontoor,  bridge  in   'the   Inferred   by   Bishop   Gore      of      the ; mon as among the whites.' '     ;  "world i.s in India, connecting Calcutta1 Church 'of England, who accuses him, .  with   Howa,   an    important     railroad   o-f having  violated  ecclesiastical   law ,     Meerschaum, J*hen freshly mined, is  (hc'iiation's legislators.   Chartering p   terminal and . i tton and manufactur    l\v   occupying   a   nonconformist   pul- i *o soft that  it  may he us��d  for,soap,  ' steam launch, which thev airgrossiveh    ing center. , '   ' I pit in a workingmen's institute in Birr' sivmg a plentiful, cleansing lather.'   '  0       ' S   i labelled  Dreadnought,  and   putting  a ' "l ' .      mingham. England.   Canon Henson is ,    '.saii'inn th��. Vloek band   on��'l>oarci; ,a   pany   of   women;    The rcsidue'no'm the garbage incin- 1���(I,V ,ln \t!,e religious world   ns.   a ,    A  Simple  and   Cheap   Medicine.���A  sheen  th       fv,   L,     7lm,,r   time     beamed  up tlie river a few days ,i*��    crating   furnaces,   of   seveial  'of ' the    '.r0iul churchman   and he preached to j simple .cheap arid  effective  medicine  Mi(tl>  tlut  Ua��i   beiii   a   long   time t| (q ft poinl ��� il(? ���,e housos of | smaH(fr   English   cities   is mixeJ  with   '"e   nonconformi��ls    after    the   local | is .something to be de-n-ed.    There is  U,e"1" - liari7cnt:   Hr-re  the  boat  stopped an.' '"quicklime and water and made into a   Chinch of England authorities had re . no medicine so efiective a reculator of  the women attracted'the attontjon  of ' fair   quality   of   bricks   and building   fn��cd their permit. , | the     digestive  system  as  Pannelee'.-  om three gallons of mo- ��� *     ^ne  earthquake  shock   was ����� felt  *    ~~"'- -   '* j.* atJWinnineg..lasting   30   seconds.   ���   ' {^ The  'quake is  also reported  from" *  * many places in Paskachewan and *  *" Alberta. In some" ]<lace.s the ���  , people'fled from their hou.ses in *  ^ alarm. Houses rocked and crock- *  ��� cry lattled and broke I'ointv ��  ,   fiom   which   the  reports  are'   re-  'IXo. I'm,sorry to say.   We'relatives,  do    all     wy   '':.iii��� how'evei,. r but"    dt  ^course, we can't he ill all the time!"   < -, <?  ''   "She���Joi-k  told" me   that  that  hospital was built entiiely at iii.s expense.-  Is   it 'pOs-lWr9 * CI  He-Wei/, Jack's-uncle cut him off  with .-f hundred pounds. ;ind left the  re-st  of  lu's 'money  to  build   the  hos-  Aiiinff your  troubles'will  not   miti-'  ca to'thom.   . c  fV   ' ���      -     f w->X.- %  '       '. Uh��r .' i  *   >"    *>     r      ',.'��  *       . ,1 ,    ' .    - ' ,J> U's'  '���'*   ��� "'"il^VJi^.Vi,!  i . ��� >   -    I".. _- "-c .4*ii  *   ' *      '��� *'.'.'>;kv!  ���i' ��� ��. i i- ji  ''V1  jwltbuut '.suit  arc  apt  to   nittke  Isfclvcs sick eating too much of It wuen  ���the opportunity, comes.  ..   ,,     fi        , �� ref^,lar ,u  i the monlbers on the tetraces bv'sine  |fmliiu it to them. or. better still..pro- ; ��Th(J  xfni.SPiilnise.*"      Sud'd-nb, :  IMdm box to wldcli the flock can have J thore   wns   flm,   froin   lhp,   iiiunc},   ., i  hlock.s,  broadside   of   rockets.  These   burs!  lafu"* at nil   tltnes.    They  will   help  jthcrusclves and will eat only such as  j above the tcirace.s. and a snowstorm of,  pt'ood'for them. . . .',      -      | handbills   fluttered     down     over  tho!  ! members.  \   ,,-..;_   _^   Protecting   Seal    Rookeries  ,        ,'  l     Victoria, II.  O.���Russia    has    sent i  1 commissioncin to'the Copper Islands  'and Japanf'si"- seal rookeries to collect-  ! data regarding the sealing industry in  ! Xoith   Pacific   water.-,  and   investigate  the   incursions  of   Japanese   railways \  .'on the riii.siin.il seal, accoiding to ad j  ! vices  received   heie.     When   their  re  ! port  is roeenvd  tin" negotiations with  i the Japnne.ie govoinment for a tteaty  ' for   the   protection   of   seal   and   oltci  ' in the Xoith I'licific are to be renewed  , Incidentally it is icported Russia will  sent   reproscnliilives  to  (beat   Butam  and the I'liit^.l Mates to appioaeh the  i oflictals   at   London   with   a   view   oi  ' making   the  treaty   imw   in   force   between   Great   Britain   ami   the   United  ' States,  applicable nisi   to Russia and  Japan.  ' Suspicious  "Ah. those golden tusses charm me,''  Said he in his sweetest tone.  Then he added:    "'Tell me, darling,  Is it all jour very own:-'"  �� ceived show-the disturbance c'ov-  *;e!'ed an extensive area Rej)oits  - fiom   North   Dakota.      iNLinnesota  * and  Montana   say  the shock  n>  * felt   there.     Such   an   occuirencc  * was never felt in this pa'it of  "  Canada hefoic.  ' (.  '*���*****   ��-*   ****�����<.��*  I '       Alberta   Elections    Halibut   Industry  Being  Extended  ���,,.  . .    , ���-    ,    , Vancouver,   B.   C��� The   investment  ! legislature fr Peace River and Atha-! X " I, 1 ^ P����\ '?" .","���' ,'lh��n . of W.OOO.OOO in the halibut indust.y  .bnsen, two large northern constftu- J,1'1" , " **.?^^, ,foc "p. ,,1K HlU *ith Prince' Rupeit forji ba<e, is  ! oneies will he issued at once, and that !  '�� weI1 in "nu'-g th< m " t'"1' J plnnne,! by a  wealthy  Englisli  syn.li  cate  recently  organized.     Mr  The manufacture of oleomargarine  mi\.\ othei aitificial butters is one of  the leading  industries of: Holland.  , Vegetable Pills. They are simple", they  j are cheap, they can he got anywhere,  Edmonton, Alta.-it is probable that'! S'rw ,"lnpfifi'?.1 a0'li?" w "' Vm��� ]  .... <���_ . ,,..' .,_- .,    , '..,.       ,.... i,__ ' their recommendation.    Tuev  are the'  writs for the defeired elections for the ;  TEA  Is Delicious  -   Always of  High  and   Uniform   Quality.  Ltad  Packets  Only.  At   all  Grocers  40c, 50c  and   60c   per   lb.  How's This?  We olfrr One Il'indrol l)olljn> H.'wartl Tor unj  case of Catarrh tliul chiiiiol bo cuiliI by Hall'.  Ciiutrrli Cure.  F .J. Cim.VKV A CO .Iclclo. C  W*c. the undi-risUi.eU. Iii.\e knowp K J tlnno  for tlie last 15 >f:ns and lifii(��\o. lilm porrectlj honorable In nil blHliicss lriins.n.[lou3 ,iei<l tinHiicKllj  ablis lo'cArry out ai:\ oblitMtio.c nirtdt" by Ills firm  A\aLI)IN��.   KISMN   .<    M(P\I\,  W liolesiilr l)niL'i;l-i=. Tolmlo O  Hall's Catarrh   Curf    Is    l&Um    InK-ninl!)    aitlnu  dltvtly upon the UIo.kI ami iiuiicins wrhM of the  tmtpm     'lisjtiinonlAls mpmi  Trie     J'lhe 75  ^.ain per  sec:.!?-,   sni.l bv All IirucirisH  'luLe ilJll'a Knmlly l'lils fur co:i<tlDatlon. .  the elections will ho held in the first ,  ; week in  June.    A. T-- Buck,  retiring;    "People praise 'my woi'k.'" said the  mi-mhor  in   Peace  River,   will   be  op- ��� artist, boasthialy.    " \nd they laugh at  * posed   bv   ,1.   K.   Cornwall.     Flefchei ! ��nne."   rejoined   the  sad-faeed ��� pai tv  i Iharlin  will  probablv be  returned  bv   ''.1>u{  T l,0"'t  "'i">"l "    "What  is your  i acclamation in'Athabasca. i im(V    QHoried the aifisf.    rTm a pro-   ' lessional humoii't   ' icplied the other  i ��� Chicaco Daily jVews.  "What is vour metnher of congress  notetl foi '���'" "Well." aiKwered Farmer  Coi ntossel, "around here he's mostly  noted for aiguments that won't en  .ijown and seeds that won't come tip."  ���Washington Star.  SUNLIGHT   at    NIGHT I  iiii,.iiif-,.,i I.,  * I. M'OIN ihu w (JM)EltKUL LAM P  111,111 common  OO.U. OIL KKIIOklLMC -M��kt�� an.l  jiiii" itK in,i, K,��� ���i���|or riiKiitltf 'Hit  t.iiiil���..t huiiIcikI liuht ni���i^t<<iii<i.  ,,','. 'Ill1 ,"K,lt "ht'iiual'lii nt mi,  . ,, . <wiirl.,��N, iiiilrtilHaas <. lt.Kti. ��� in  I '" hint i-nlV     " -  |'i   li w  Italian   Gypsies   for   the   West  '     Montreal.���Soinethiiig    closely nkir  L��i.i��� ���,,,.��-fm";i".jrr ' to  coiisterniilion   reigned   in- Windsoi  '/������"ii,i����rr;.V^o,i7m!5".;'{,'o.*." ,L^����ti*m when n pa.ty of gypsies from  t.Yj'lw'ur '" *'"**' LAMI" lu"��'1'"-''     Floience. IliiU-,, about twenty in nuin-  . ,Th��   Mantle "Lm���   r '><''".   ��,'1't'   ,lll<,',1   flon1   ,hl>   Li,un'ntit"  ,,! ,.���,        ,M^fn,.C��mpany' ,and   put  in ,.  car  bound   fo.   Saskat.  M",'"r" ���,    . ohewan.     Th.T   ��m  Winn pus    !._;_..,;_.���i    i    i....,,   I,.l   ..ver  seen   at  Hit,.  1 1 IliinniiHim A,<> .  ^--Harness,    but  not b,a^en   the  hand  does  s.  iind   put  in u  car  '   ��� "   -         the     most   nn  i civilized and iiiicleiiii. lot ever -seen    _  | the Windsor,   The-women are decked '  W I in all colors delir to-the hearts of. the <  .'..!��� Klorontino-wanderers.   -The men wen. ���  ������"   ' attired in a maimer fearful .and won. ;  ���" j derful   to  b.'liol.i.    Wiien asked   by  a'  j bystander   if /jhey   were. .. anarchists  ;  died ni'i'd bowed- ,. , .  '      i  A BOOK FOR MOTHERS  Ev< rv mother is naturally anxious  for information that will enable hoi  to ki en little ouis m eood health. The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Cn have  is.siied a little hoik which contains a  ytoat deal of information on the caie  of infants and young chihhen that  e\eiy mothei ouph. to know. The  hook will be sent fiee to any mothei  who will send her name and addiess  i to The l)i. William-' Medicine Co  I. IJrockville, Out.  ..-���'"' -1 : i-_    '  Stoessel   Has Appoplexy  J'aris.���Tlie  St.   Petersburg     corres  j ,  pendent   of   the   Peti't   Journal      says) The  P-'owboy Bard  that  General   Stoessel,   \yho   was  con- j ������ 'carden seed  air ,-eed. nil   ueht���  donmed   to   death   for      stirrendei ine | r,r,ll;lt ^ '"ighter than it's wrong. i-=  Poit   Attlnir  to   the  Japanese,   which, r'"1 w!,,'�� ��o puts 'em outa siylu  sentence  was .subsequently commuted !   'H'ey can't be seed no loniror.  to   life   imprisonment,   was      stricken j l"  with appoplexy when he learned that i TIia   B |cac   a{    DrIa  Hie petition for full  pardon had  been j   ��� ������*?   W��t?3   Wl     Dll6  rejecteil  by  the czar a  few days ago. [        Z*.    I Mffliiy^^ + it^iiJMi  His condition is said to he very grave >       ��������   R HlUljgCS) LlOfl  ' Bile is quite as important as are the  gastric juices in the process of digestion.  Chronic indigestion disappears when  an active liver supplies bile in sufficient quantities.  Vou think of bile as somefhincr disii.  credible and poisonous, somothinsr to  be well rid of In the blood the bile  is poisonous and hatmful. but the  liver takes  the  bile  out  of  the  blood  syives  1 ter Swettenham. brother of Sir Frank  Swettenham, who is associated with  busine.s, enteijoises with which the  banking house of Messrs. Glynn  Mills & Co. is concerned, has leached  here on a mission in connection with  the pioposed ontcrpiise. lie also  plans to establish numeious sulnion  canneries along tlie Skeena  rhei  There's one sure thing, and that is  that you can't he sure of anything  Away  With   Depression  and   Melancholy.���These   two   evils   aie   the1 accompaniment .of a disordered .stomach  and  torpid  liver and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit.   The surest and speediest way to combat them  is   with    P.'irmelee's   Vegetable ' Pills,  which will icstoro the healthful action  of the stomach and bring iclief.   They  ��� have pro\o,l then usefulness in thotis-,  ands   of'cases   and   will   continue   to'  give  relief to  the 'siiffejing  who     aie",  wis,, enough to use them.  Dolly���We had to piactice Chopin  for thiee bonis to-day, mamma"!  Mrs. Paivenoo���Re.illy, my dear,  shoppiu' is all very well, but your  papa sent you to the ladies' hacademy  to learn music an' that soit o" thins1"  Girl  Graduates Oppose Separation  Toronto.���A absolution passed by the  Toronto university .senate in favor of a    Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  separate   collesro   for i women   was   op-    "9:  King Leopold of Belgium has offered  a .'Sa.dflO pnze foi the hot treatise to  be   brought   out  this  year.  Vancouver   Soldiers   Going  to   Seattle  Vitnoomer���\ftei  a  trip to Seattle,  wlieie  he   made   preliminary  arrangements in connection with the visit  of  the   Vancouver   militia   corps   to   flu  Alaskii-Vukoti-Paoilie exposition.   Col  V. W   Boultbee, commanding the Gth  regiment   D.C.O.R ,  returned   to   Vancouver and announced that  all  doubt [  as to the  visit of Vancouver's citizen ,  soldieis   to   the   big   fair   is   now    re  posed    by   the   undeiiriaduates Of  two   bundled   and   'ihiity-i icht    seem  two   hundred   and   thiitv   were   siirnji-  toiies to a  petition  that  "We. women    students of the university college. "I have an heiiloom on this tabic "  have heaul with much legiet of the s.nd the landlady, "that has come  vote in "senate to give Us separate down to me through four geiteiations."  college. We feel that such a step  would  be very much to th��  tage of the university, ;m<l  to women."  Uis.Kivan-  especiallv  'I thought so." nm.sod the new boarder. "Whv don't you get a different  butter deal-'i."���Cleveland   Leader.  MIOVCi  It's a  low'down trick vvlve.n a.nother  fellow beats you. at yet-'  owii game.  . '  and pours if into the intestiirs   when  it fulfill., a most mipoitaiit mission.  ���.Mipers/'a^''Cohci;iatio_n.VBaard;.\'"j''fo^V��t'��;out^bile   human   life, is  short:  Lethlu'idge.��� F. H.'^herman '��������� ���- ;a'cl I     j^jio  food.  ,  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment,     Lumberman's  Manitoba Temperance Workers Active  Winnipeg ���Xot content with tl  in rangenrents they have made  Manitoba the temperance workers in  Winnipeg aie now engaged in securing sigrintures petitioning the city  council to put a vote, .to'the-people at  the.'municipal elections in December  next on the' temperance .question. The  civic bylaws, provide that, a vote.shall  be taken, ' providing twenty-five per  cent, of the ratepayers.sign the petition. '  it Soft '   e ,Harness.     making  ^Pl-abl, and waterproof  - ������      I (IP      ~n.  L .  work    of  0?|S ^ combined  '   So;,P   and  -D  *::i -*��y win;  Makes Hi     ~~  ressing.  washing Har-  arnes^ook like new  Tw,Ml��rs-ftr,oM  If  Gallon Can  Viur  S3 -rite  ���!w?4��Per   does  Ci  I'artnient  J  'H  not  arness Life"  ; fliev SO  i Bush   Fir��-   in  Saskatchewan  ���I Winnipog.-Tlie Dominion immigra^  j lion departmoi'i' Jiasf eeeived ,' woi\.  that hush "(In'-fci -enow raging arpuiv.  'South Boluirm, n.|ul.ler, Wilkn  | Branch. Gniv.'UHirg.' Leeville ami  1 I.iuieriek.. nil Ut Saskatchewan. .1 he  'extent of t.lie diriiiiigo" is not r-porfed.  Carncfjie Visiting I taly  Xaples.-Aiidrew .-Carnegie arrive'1  here on Saturday. -And was received hy  Shmor Capellini in the naino of th.  Univorsitv of Hologna. .'11 -' ������j1!.''!"'  bus arranged'that Mr. Canugio be re  ceived by'. King Victor Kinmanncl or  Monday.  ;    !som<  I in full  of ouivoloest.colleges are-still.  possession of their faculties..  ���Z&>2iL.l-ii&.ir>  ,,mmmm.  'liililM,  .- :    .-,,-,-,���    >,    ,    a r     '     -���-���- 'mstens the passage of tin  for the minors and Colin. Maclcod fo,    ,,]0|VS, t]u, ���{,'iimpnl{lrv- e.m.,] .  the operators on the concih-.ition boar;l j Bile Neutralizes' the acid which  to settle, tlie great coal strike. It \s I passes from the stomach to the in-  reported authentically that, there was i lestiues.  ,ii ��� conference "between '   Mr.   Maclepd       Bjl'e prevents  the -'fermentation    of I ���' ~~^���: *? ���--���'  andMr. Sherman,  but they failed  to ' food' in  the intestines. Which  in  turn ) First  Chinese  Consul  agree upon the'choice',of a chairman { causes gas, wind,., flatulency. '   j. 'Ottawa.���Information   has   been", ro  und   the   minister   of  labor   has   been;     Bile, in short,'.is Nature's cathartic'ceived1 that.'the   first. ' Chinese' consul  asked to intervene.   -,."��� j an,! maintains, a regular and h/*althful f in   Canada.   Kung   Hisn   Chao.   sails  ������ ������ I process'of digestion and of elimination ! from i;-iver]iool on the. C. I  Tunisian   Not   Badly   Damaged        ) of waste .matter by way of the bowels.  r,.,l .���The Alian'.lin'o' steamship i ,. Cllt ,0 h''lvo ;l. regular flow of bile the  nit into  St.. -John's, j Ilvor V1"-^ '"' kopt healthy.and active  Xewfo'iind'hinil   leaking ns a  result, of! <\}?d   just   here   is   where   Dr.   A.-W  A  WINDSOR   LADY'S APPEAL  To    \II   Women-     I   will   send   free,  with  full instructions, rny home freat-  for   merit    which   positively   cures   Leucor-  rhoea,       I'lcer.ition.      Displacements,  Falling  of   the   Womb.   Painful   or   Ir-  legular  Periods,  Utcine and  Ovarian  Tumors or Growths, also Hot Flushes,  Nervousness,  .Melancholy',     Pains'  in  the   Head.   Back   or   Bowels,   Kidney  arid   Bladder   Troubles, where  caused  ���by     weakness   peculiar'   to   our   sex.  Vou  can  continue treatment at home  at   a   cost.   Of   only   about   12   cents   a  week.    i\Iy book. "W'omair.s Own Medical   Adviser,,", also  sent,  free  on   re-1;  quest.     Write   to-day.    'Address   Mrs  M. Summers, Box H.I.. Windsor. Ont.  Montr  'Tunisian,  which'  in C. P. R. steam  i ship  Empress of  .Ireland  on  June   IS  'fit  is  not   known   whether  he   wiII   reside ii: Ottawa-or on tlie Pacific coast,  come  in,  and  'her'   l.Odl  Montreal.  passengers  Chase's  Kidney-Liver   Pills  Race,  has   been   oX. J fo'" : they   are   definite. . spo<  foniiil not. to be-seri- ! (h?"(;��.t '" ,]lu?!r ncl,0!1 ��" ,h<1 1'vor.  ,  Temporary   repair-;   , u ,s 0��':v h-v setting the liver right  the steamer with ;   'u\f 'oonsUpafion   can   ever  be  cured. ;.���������..._���_    H,..  It is only by making the liver healthy ��� ','   as ".!,'s    '"'  : too 'close contact  with  the ice  in  the j  vicinity of Capi  iiniined and  was  imisIv  dnmaged.  will'be,effected am  will  leave  for  'Honor  of  Colony  and   Motherland  ;'     Sydney,   N.   S...W.���Premier   Fisher  i intimates  that  he is negotiating with  | the   home   government   regarding   the  defence    which    would  Chaplain���What, brought you  here?  Prisoner���Youth, sir. *".    '���"''���  Chapluin���Youth!- Why; vou look to  he  fifty  if  a  da.v !  Prisoner���I'm past that. . It. was the  youth of my lawyer that did it.  Bringing   Children   to   Canada       j  T.iverpool.-rlie Allan  liner Cariha-]  ginian   sailcil on the 22��''l  i"-sl.   with j  ,rnKAIl , l.'iO of Birininghan.'s street-bred  cln|.|  Sne,:0^1-   BRAND"   dren,   consisting  of  S.r��   hoys   and   4.. j  P��=ultie��. ��� ���       ;   ir,     .'   ���  . i  ��   tB WORKS, LTD.  ur"'    of    "cnwi      r>.  Attack U. S. Copyright Legislation  Berlin.-���The  Berlin  Copyright  Convention,   as 'revised,  .by   the  Conference   last     November,  its  first  and   socom"  i a t   biliousness  ;   nviciachef      can  I come,    it is only by making the liver  J active that  the most (lillicult  eiises of  rt^rii-T-, i i,uliRostion'  and   dyspepsia   will   ever  lierui  i vanish,  sed  and     bilious.'sick !.,lov,''(ail  wilh  British  plans and tend  he   thoroughly   over- j to P'"o(t'ot  the honor, of both  Aust  iiid the motherland.  ral i'a  Hindus   in   Canneries *  ...,���,..,.. . Vancouver,    B.    C���A       prominent  IM.vH        A  single  box of  Dr.   A.-.W.  Chase's   northern   eanner  made   the  statement  reading   in   tn< ; Kiclney-Tivcr PilLs  Sores Flee Before It,.���There are  many who have been .afflicted with  sores and have driven then*, away with  Dr. Thomas" Kolectric Oil,Which acts  like magic. All similarly troubled  should lose no time in applying this  splendid remedy, asj| there is.nothing  like it, to be had. It is cheap, but its  power is in no way expressed bv its  low  price. ,    " ���  ���XZJz  ���&--xr.  it 25 cts. a box will ! that owing to the scarcity of Chim  Another  Jobbery  important   difference    be-  N. U.,  No, 742  Reichstag.       The   discussion     called j eonvinco of   t|   jr  extraordinary I labor: Hindus vvillhe la gelvemp.yeM^^ h^  out a very sharp a tack upon thf.copy-      ,fi jt    0ne    ;��� n dos0i ���t ft��� (,    ,pr- s -, packing.    Tbc^ will    otic '   h^T th??e nrr  not Inl'L^r ^    *  right le8.Hl��tu,n ->f .the United States. I or. Kdmansotu Bates & Co., Toronto.   I allowed to come in contact wi   , fls ,.      Z   om     -   kI a   a 3 "^c v^ �� Ml":?;*;:*  -���4"  ;?*��P$i$  ':���.:���.,��.:'  ���::t''#l  p. ,. Smyth. pOTI,SUE,     a��^a-s^-SJK&?!?v-  '      ' HATE    OF'  bVXCe.lp4.tGi;  ��>/ze Year.... ./.. .. $<?.00  SATURDAY.  MAY, 29 1909.  J       many years and has hacU ���V* Buffa-!��' N- Y-�� for ��*������**=����=��,���,���  in the treetment ofwoI   ���   ^r Practical experience ���"������mneaaUU*��  ���   A1AKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG.  .The rnany and varied   SvmptornS nf ^ WOMEN WEIX.  2.-vi��3$4tl*lVUdar todffe No. 44.  j Meets Tue3da> evenings in McGregor  f ball  on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning  I Odd Fellows cordially invited.  j Chas, J. Wbite ,       F. J. Smvth.  .Noble Grand. Secr'y  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  (%��Ca  when m  CRANBROOK  ,,  it  K. U. SMALL, Manager. (  fet. Kugcue Lodgu Jfo. 37  K. of P.  .Meets every Thursday  evening;   in   McGregor]    Good r0?m8j go,jd table8 and  bar  and first ciasa sample moiie.  ��� HEAD  OFFIC/;. TORO^TQ  B. JE. WALKE&, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Jiall at 8 o'clock.   Veiling brothers invited.  I B. E.  Taylob, ��� E. A. Hiix  Chancellor Com.' K. E. and S,  JREy.    REID'S    LETTER'.   ���  'I    Yon can not be a pessimist an 1(  Ian advance agent of prosperity at  the   same time.-    Do not  BUY  YOUR'  Win. Jewell  ���   ,'   There  js  considerable adverse phe   same'time. ���    Do not carry ClO'fir'Gl  criticism on the letter,of Rev. W.' your   goods  in  a  hearse, if  you J V o ,  * ^ r      >\  p. lleid, B.  JD��� which,  was  pub- j wish to' sell them. ' '   rP    !���'  Wished iu the Montreal .Witness-of I '        '���*���:;��� * ODciCCOS  , May 7th, and a   c6py of which     <Whe(n    Moyie   gets    her   new I   ' ,  appeared'in-ibue Leader last week.  scb��o1'^mlding,  which'she mustlrrUtt'   clfl(J  As' a   law   abiding   community  of necessitj; do/what's' the nmt'terl* '*    "  ,-Moyie will stand comparison'with   "ith   tnrninS   the   old buildinir  Ct\t  any   town   iu Canada, "and the  police'   records    will, fshow that  1   there is'very little trouble" here.  t sometimes   month - after   month  .passes without eyen the necessity  of an' arrest',' and  when he   says  , the town is sadly under the  domination   of, whiskey, he   is overreaching-the truth.'. Some events  with    turning    the   old building  iu to a gymnasium?      ',   "  ,,    *  Selkirk  Lodge, V. D.  a.f.*a'.m:        Express arid Gener-  Regular   meetings        \      _   .. _  on the first Wed"     P1     delivery    BUSl-    ,  nesday   of each!   ness.,    Liyery  and  -onth. .| ,Feed Stable.        ''   :'  WOOD   AND    COAL  - '        For Sale   ���      '  visiting brethern welcome  " G. T. McGregor, W. M.  . D. A. Ayres,' Secretary.  Commencing' next week - the  Moyie Leader will 'discontinue  using a patent and will print' all  or the paper at, home, * Another  indication 'of the'prosperity'of  the town.        ' '- '  FROM  A. B. Stewart  Moyie   Miners'   Union  ���\'UNo.71, W. F. ofM.  Meets iij McGregor hall every Saturday evening.     Sojourning   membera  are cordially mvited to attend.  Malcolm McNeill     James'Roberts  Leave Orders at  / I !  Gwynne's Store.  THE u/u> ajji^N Bl\^  COMMERCE^  Paid-up Capital n��.  ' Branches (hroughout Can'ada.'and in the United Sta,     ' "'^  SAVINGS BANFBEPARTU^'I  ' . pore pegon^Wd witU'druVa!, L-XT "l*����* ''  ���    '    ,     ,���-   ft"? pfth'em cr by the.iurv|vor y *>'  CRANBROOK'BRANCH. -  ,   ���", " .. .���      DT       ��<   -i   ^r^^Ui25?'J  i,    >v '���w'1'',.ana-Jeweller       '   r->|  .'Jewellery. Department > THE BAYLI^HT'st^' i  -     MOYIE - ;    4-   V?"J' 'Vir p^ "'��� ST0HE,^  ' .President.{  Secretary  Moyie,;^ '    British Columbia\~'  ^ ' T  -f*��  'NELSON, ,���'. .<    ;/ ;, *f, >;> /*V^V,^^  rhite Lflhnr "������ \ **^r-yx^f^^&'/M  m  ,���* minions'all primed and .loaded,foi  '^VSk^pilots/'pr,rather the two  S 'hoisting gears,' as thev called us."  The two^ evangelists vibited  the trough.  The Center StarV Profits.  ��' i1  All.White Labor.  r'  , '     r ^";'( ,        n ,      ^  *      "  Leave,work",wittf'the - local agent -*���    ,   J,:7;'/^  ^v-A/B. STEWART; rj; ..Vr.'.' .'W-i^  ;Jlxt.  'f .-I i  dealer' in  ^ \   i ..yVil  ���,--������ ��v.ULU ^uesrees^a  minutes -K-est  along Kast boundary of um lot 7C62, ,19.1 "^ |       ���  lower Moyie  lake-thence foUou-Ing tfi wS   '"��  water mark of loyer Moyie late In a nShe'dy ^   '"  ' .' ' - �� <���  ^Btudied    for     the     priesthood."  Every ' person    in  Moyie  know?  Ike t men - referred   fco;     Possibly!  *��ey   do, embibe   too freely for   l  their own good at times and pos-      ^erhie Ledger: ��� When a  repor-  pig lead ,to Eastern Canada, China ��?oi�� Sfd��nT��e',0f'*'6-2;Xeo' more or'li:ss  and Japan, the company M^">^o^^?\r>t^<���  2o0 tons, to Australia. ..,'/-���K     ^    ^ Cumbrian fining coMPAKviiMiTED  .. ,hn[t h the  TrufL? '  *.A  I  ~��..*.. vy.ru suuu an Limes ana pos-       -���-=����� i**o juec  sibly   some   of .them gamble at   ter raeefcs a m*n on the street and  times,    and some "of them  havP   ^/'Whafa the news?" that man  will invariably reply "Oh,' nothing new." When he reads the  next issue of the paper, and finds  that something he did know is  not there he wonders what is the  matter with it.  time?, and some "of "them have  been known to swear, but all' of  them are working men and have  put in the greater part' of their  lives 'mining 'and prospecting.  Some of them liave owned and  still'-own valuable,mining property, and'all'of'them have done  their share in helping to develop  this fair western country.   AH c f  More About Mary,  -1  Mary had a little hat,  purSe..cEtheeran.Reli,t8  were |J     Her pr03ent .TatVfwfoppt  no danger whatever.      What if   __  one was a socialist and studied  for   the priesthood?     Men  have  been   known" to    study   law,   to  study medicine and to even'study  for the ministry and then take up  some other vocation in life,  'Mr. Reid made a good i'mpres  sion and'many friends "while in  Moyie, and it is to be' regretted  that he caused a letter to be published after leaving here that will  tend to put the town in an un  iust light with eastern people.  It will not effect the people in the  Excursion*Rates  ��� <~m. :r���r    '��  MOYIE  TO"      (     \   ";  Vancouver,  Victoria,1  New Westminster,  IJellinghan,  Everett,  Seattle.   t.    H-   G: GiRRETT,.     ]'���..���;  - ^\-r^\\^ i  ���rr.L- Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.-   J^rs-'��SOP^i��\::'^lStf(0m  ��� CRANBROOK. Agent3'\  *       i <     i   v , '    '"* j '���'tt      '      <      .,     ;*<?  AtioYrB, over* Postoffice, Tues   ,^OYlB,B. C. ^  day'afternoon   aud   Wednesday   A     .l t - u    �������� i   ��� ,    "  morning 6)very week. ��� / INTERNATIONAL  c  y.  .N  \  $25.00  west.    They know better.  Moyie's    new   postoffice   is    8  beauty.  Moyie   has   a   bank.     Sound  S^od, doesn't it9  l  _^       Moyie's baseball and footbal  ieamj are powers to be rockoced  Vwth.  The Air Aristocratic  is what young men are keen for.  J Concct drc�� help* a lot to achieve  9 Well made clothes arc sold everywhere. J  q IVdlStyJed Clothes are as rare as  White Blackbirds.  ���J We stake everylliing on  Style  Distinction  Good Form  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of the young men.  " Tailored to order from Si 1 ? to $30,  Corresponding rates from  other points  Tickes on sale daily, May, 29th  to Oct.   14th.  Final return limit 00 days, but  not later than Oct 3Ut.  j Liberal   Stopovers  Allowed.  j For complete information apply  to Agents, or  write  J- E PROCTOR,  D I* A., Calgary.  '.  NS  HOTEL.  in'every respect.  SB.B.  TAYEOR, Mgr.  *> <  - . Jnjllty,,JQsist:on havjng M0yie:Beet. |l  'BorrLEp-;'l^%|i>'f;BEEJJ"', l\  r. r\ X r f_.r-.   ,    .'  ' ..   -v �� ^ n ���>������ v &���> �� I  v/J, -fii  -   This hotel is   now under newlS^'    ^    ' "'" -V''   ' :'.:;^/ 'I����C>i-X3E3; B. O, J  management', and is first class | ^g^?g@^��^��##��^��#e����fe��@f $19  ���wpyijrrrasiiTEL 1  Victoria Street.  MOYIE  Thbs. Summers  .  C'Kars,   Tobacco, Fruit and  t      Confectionery.'  South Victoria   St.  GENTLE ajEN���  If you want a stylish,  up  to date tailor made suit, call       TOYS,   notions  etc,  and inspect our spring goods  .before ordering elsewhere.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  ..Cleaning,   ' repairing and  pressing done". -  Prices Right.  R. H. DWYER,  Undertaker  and  EilBALMER  With CO-OPERATIVE STOKES  CRANBROOK, B. C.  G. A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,  B. C,  T.T.MoVUtie.C.1,,       FL8.U.V.park.ric  McVITTIE & PARKER  PhovincialLandSurveving'     I    IfPICTURES,  Estimates Furnished. ��� IIV'^nE  OFFICER  Fort Steele P. o. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  I ^fbte?r?e^ ^^ellturnislied The .���  S        itrhPt S5rx Silp^ied ^ith< the Best the ;  theiWa?2I?!f T^e Baris Filled with ,  the ��est Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTER^ FOR COMMERCIAL  B        _,      AND^MININQ MEK;*  O VIE  WE  j  J5PKIA02E  ^SffiW01    l"#l  PREST  SUCCESSOR^  _  PHOTO ^CO.  The  man   who  sings    his OWl    P **"* ^*'" ^ reaSOn  praises    generklly    has   a prc-ttj  bum voice.  The people of Seattle are advertising the A.-Y.-P. as the fair  that will be  ready.'    The sam<-  jm be said, of Mcyij's Domiuio  ^>a.y celebration.  *J>  On sale by  J. W. FITCH  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW  OPElf  Dreary Building;  MR3. L. A. HORNB, Prop,  DESAtlI.N,KR    ,JROS     JE.op>  = Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Beat  of a-jcommodalion.  Headquartera  for   Cora-  ���     tt.erciaiand Mining Men.-  QirKENS-AVKSlht,'., MOTIB.B.0  FRESH   AND   CTJEED  eatSo  utter  3.0.  AND  Chamberlain's Cou^h (temedv  ������'.."        '. ���������'���"*- -'"'J  BURNS & GO  limited.  MOYIE, B, a  Spring is Here  now  is the  time fori  every good citizen   of  Moyie    to    think    of'  building and   improving.their town.  SEE  CALDERBR0S.  to


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