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 etfobA^  ���Eyes carefully tested.  A- proper fit guaranteed.*,  'WILSON,'Optician.' "  *#  .���APB4lW��r:NvV  IM^mt  *&*  G>  'J*h\  ?ikJ I lr>'  7&'kL-'  ),ceivoT. careful - alt^ti(n��-.'-''''j��?3  ���Mvlien-left-w-ith-u.-v     ^''Y5  WILSON, the-Jeweler.'*'&  VOL. 9, NO 52.  MQYIE,:b; C.v ^PEIL 6; 1907,  ~- i  '$9 A *'YEAR:  tVtT"  '^'��7't^'4C7'^'eS',��7'^,4z7'r&%  JUST REMEMBER THIS  We have added during the , past week, many  new lines of goods to our stock of HARDWARE and  are quite safe in saying that there is no stock more  complete iri'the"district.   '  - When,your particular vendor fails to supply  your eveiy wants just drop in and select vit from <$P  .our stock; - You do .not need.to send out for it. -    ,  GENERAL NEWS NOTES.  King Edward .was -married  forty-��hree years last Sunday.  Carnegie has given one and ,$,  half * millions; to Canadian  libraries.  A Chicago man had the foresight to commit suicide in * a cemetery.       '���     -       ' 7  An attempt to form a union of  retail clerks at Walla Walla has  resulted a failure,  The Doukhobors in the Northwest will market $100,000 worth  of grain this spring^  * -The Roman Catholic church .  Marleville, Que., was burned  thegrouud." Loss $80,000,.  WiLLGiyi.";-;;  ' "-A CONCERT  LOCAL NEWS.)  In Aid of Fire Hall  Fund.  (fflBYLOCALMT  Mvyie  Wants   New  Which Will Be a C  the Town  Building,  ���^dit to  -���-*-, ".-.SSI  tt-d- -���  " .*,��  ��� , *<���Jl  '������ *i\  *'-,-t1  '.'<���''-i.l  Arrangements have Heen practically completed for the reorganization of the J. D. King Shoe company, Toronto.  A charge that Montreal abattoirs are using diseased cattle for  making lard will.beinvestigated.v  *?<  5 .- v-o,*; -(  Coal  IBS  ���:..-. �����j  .-��v  y-'A.;  Stocks  \tf  aro, today the best stocks to invest iu.'     ,   .  International Coal & Cokn, Albaria Coal & Coke,  Nicola Coal & Coke, ' B. C; Amalgamated.    *'���  ,   ,- .. Wire or Write.   * '    "     i- ���*\  Beale & Elwell  - -;"*.*. : *' ~*    MOYIE, B. C.  CKANBROOK  EVERYTHING  --���IN-  Groceries  ���AT���  FITCH'S.  Two children died in Spokane  this week as a result of being given gunpowedr by their parents as  a cure for measles.  The Spokane Interstate Fair  management intend this year to  make rock drilling contests a  special feature of the fair. ���    v.  The people of Moyie are determined to have a nre hall, one  whigh will be in every "way a  credit and an ornament to the  town. As it will- require nearly  $700 to build or purcHas.e��� a ^suitable building it -gill'be seen that  some tall rustling will*.', require to  be done.-   The board of trade has  The big Dublin   fair   is .to be  opened   in   May.    The - grounds ��� April 24th  cover 50 acres) and are situated local talent in the town and every  the matter in hand and there is  no question but they swill accom-  plish what they have set out to  do. It is proposed to raise the  money   by    popular supscription  **- '      i * ���  and by giving au entertainment  or two. At the meeting of the  board Wednesda-y evening it was  decided to give an entertainment  on the evening of Wednesday,  There   is, plenty  of  within easy reach of that city,  Nine hundred soldiers were put  on the bum at Leavenworth, Kan- j  sas, last week By eating innocent  looking boarding house hash.  (t        - i    ���-      ���   ���  . Trouble at Prince Rupert. ���  Acco'rdinV'tb^^dws^received at"  Vancouver by tho steamer Amur  from the" North, there is very  little going on at Prince Rupert.  Matters are at a deadlock" pending the settlement of the Indian  reserve question by the Government. Many who had* gone up  there in the hope of work are now  leaving, and the solitary policeman at the Grand Trunk Pacific  terminus warns intending settlers  of the futility of landing.  .  * * !        MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. \., f - Jj.  S     TT>*-<- - *    TT' _ _ x ^ ^ ��-m��y_A  ^The best of accommodations    - -  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Booms.  .    -    McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  ^s-z^-z^ w *&s-z$s-z$rz}--- W W ^"yS- zjs-z^-Ajsrzjr w^W WW1 <��M��r2$��T**i->'  1111 ",'   I"1 ������     ��� .'..'..'- ' .     ��� ' ���    *������*  FORGET  That 20TH CENTURY BRANP Men's Fine Tailored Garments-  tlie ve'rv- make of clothes that all Iho best cbossed travellers  i^ear, the clothes that are.worn by thpus&ncls of*young men  in Torontp, Montreal, Winnipeg aiid all the leading Cities,  can be*'obtamed.rigiit'here.';; 'Dozens of pattern? -\o choose  h*om--great style, great fitj-moderate pricq.        ���  fe A. HILL,  ' .THE  LEADING   LADIES? AND MEN'S   .FURNISHER;  O*.  feT$��WWW.~ir��'io-Wnr z^T^^r/Js w^WW^v^*^ W'^W~W*icx~WWV[  Imperial Bank of Canada  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  ^i  Depdoit? of $r.Q0 or upwards reoeiyed.  .'    ." -   ' There is no better investme-ot thiin a Sayings  ! '  '   Bank'deposit.  j. \   j*-    -*  -    Qnce openeti it grows whether added to or   not.  - Interest  aUqwed, at  qurrent  rates  ,'h -i -  and; com-  4.  ���5  -   .<   ,    piunded tv(ice a year. .   -  C^NBBOOK BRANCH.  \.     J J, F. M.. PINKHAM, Manager.  Snow in  Hills.  Prom all accounts there is  plenty of snow in the hills. This  will come good for the ,Porto  Rico_Lumber_Co,_who have a.great  number of logs to drive down  Lamb creek as soon as the' water  is sufficiently high to float them.  J. E. Crowe, who has charge of  this company's camp some four  miles up the creek, has over 40  men taking out logs,  one \yho_ oau help out' will be invited to do so. ' The getting up of|abs'ence.  affair has been-left to the following committe:" R.-Campbell, A. P.  Macdonald, P.- J. Smyth, E. A.  H'ill, J. W. Fitch, Jack McTavish,  E. O. Kamm, V. Desaulnier, W. P.  White, and J. P. Parrel], A meeting will. be held in.\ the sample  rooms 'of- th��." Central*" hotel next  Monday evening when further arrangements will be ��� made and a  program drafted. All interested  are requested to attend this meeting. -  John Bakke left Monday" for  Spokane. .���**. Y  E.' N. MacBeth - has returned  from the east.  Jake Pink of Cranbrook' was in,  town yesterday for a few-hours..  II Cameron and wife left Thursday for Nelson, where they- will  remain for a short time."  IJev. T. Soworbutts was over to  Nelson'for several days this week.  Mis3 Ethel Ilaslam of Ulares-  holui, JjL\i%, was in Moyie for several days visiting with her sister,*  Mrs.H. Cameron. ���< "-.  'The body of C. W. McAnn, who  died in Kasio Sunday, passed  through Moyie Tuesday enroute  to Moncton N. B., where the  burial will take place. , .'  ��� The members of W'ldey Lodge  No. 441. O. O. P. will hold their  regular anniversary service this  year on Sunday, April 28th. ,' >   v  FOIirSALE-A 225 egg incubator and% outside brooder.- .Cost $44.  Will be sold for $25. Apply to  Farrell & Smyth.        '    "*: "  "There will be a dance given at  the" Hotel Kootenay next Thursday evening, April 11th. An , invitation is extended to everyone.'  C.-W. Boden, a stenographer in  Herchmer & Herchmer's law office in Fernie, was.in town* on* a  'short visit the first of the week.-  Miss Jennie Smith spent * the  week ' in Cranbrook visiting  friends. Miss Lulu' Crowe had  charge of the poatofijee during her  THE;   SBA^O^f 'fFOR^  ywallpapebito3  \ AND. PAINTmfrnV  ��� is* about here.' "'' "  ,*t   --.-We. are'. '.   /"  nowreadj*"'"\ "  ,r  ; with"a'iarge .range of  * beautiful; and*; artistic  ' patterns)"all[-1907 designs:  '  '*"''     '"   5      Y ���*���-��� ? ���-,     - ''  a  : V.:'  ��� , ^Conie arid loolc" "over'our book-of samples -and'r.j  you will find-that'.-you.can select' a ".paper suitable';'  for any ropjnti in your house at- ahnost a'ny'prico. ,:".\' ',-  Jr\ .-We" also* have a-full stock.of Rea^y Mixed Paints, ?'  'Gilg^ Brushes, aiid5"'everything necessary for rehbyat-CT  j". "     A-   ���'' 4 ���'     ".      ������'    ���''-'     ' ' '������ -r':-*5'-- fYv  ���inff your nouses;    -��� -     .        >,,..;,       .v -���-   <~  WACK-..VPAPER.  m  r-'--^:[  '- *.J-P%1  ��� .���r*i>l  -!'?-  ."'r-l. .,<VA  Irf   '1'UJI  '- "  MacE&liefn & Macdoiiard^  -fj-'i- -*i  '   '.  / *~*I  'V. ��*-*-'*���-*'.  3  Prize for Dr. Manning.  Was a Big Dance.  Nearly the whole town turned  out to the dance which was given  at the Like Shore hotel Easter  Monday by Mr. and Mre, P.J. Hig-  gins and M*\ and Mrs. C5ill, who  are conducting tho Cosmopolitan  hotel close by. .All vi ho -icteudi'd  had a big time.  Date of Trial   Set.  Mnyer, Hiy wood nnd Petlibon-**  will be tried seperately at Bi>is\  Tbe date of Haywood's trial has  been set for May Qtb,  Vi hoi-ping   ChIIkU.  ,1 lriv'H used Chiimherl lin'd Cong')  Reine'ty in my family in chpi's of  whoo'piug cough, ami'want lo tell you  it id the best medicine I have ever  used.���Wl F. ' Gaston, Posco, Ga.  This remedy.is safe ami sure. For  .Bale by the Moyie Prug & Stationery  Co.  L   MLLOP  -n>*-_   NELSON,  B. C  - H. W. Atkinson came over from  Trail this week andjs_now in the  St. Eugene oflice. filling the jiosi-  t'lfirx ^hich was held until recently  by Mr. MacGregor. . '    '* \  Mrs. Conrad was removed Tues-  ^dayjjo.the.ho.spital ap^Cv&lftFGok-  A daugliter' was born to Mr.  and Mrs. Thoi. Sum.mers on Mop-  day, April 1st.  Chacj'/iviacKay has a small force  of men excavating o^bis lots near  theiO. P. B. track preparatory to  6.ree.ting some buildings in, cprinec-  tion with his sub-marine mining  proposition.  Don'b forget'the social in aid of  the Methodist church which will  be held in McGregor hall next  Friday evening, April, 12th.  Those whose so desire may bring  cakes. A cordial invitation is^ extended to,all to attend.  J. C. Drewry returned yeBter-.  day from the east after spending*!  tiie_ winter_in_Montreal ,_Torontq  and Ottawa. He is in town for a  day looking'after hjs. many interests.  Miss Nicholson was in Xelson  this week attending ,the" teachers'  convention.- She. was accompanied by her bister, Miss Mae  Nicholson, who wa3 here on a  visit, but who has charge of the  8ehoolat Cascade.  Mr. and Mrs. 1Z1. Ban' are again  in Moyie at'eer an abdouuc of several months. Mi'. Barr was_ at  Tonapah and Goldficlils and Mrs.  Vjavv was visiting with relatives  at Kenosha, Wis. Tuoy will again  take up their home in Moyie.  R. T. Howard,returned the first  of the week from Enderby, where  ho wa3 loqkina; after a ranch  which he recently pnrchas-ed. He  has 100 acres of first class land  and intends eventually, to," make  his home there. Mr. Howard is  well pleased with the outlook of  that part of the country.  Mr. Alexander Hurry and Miss  Catherine McKenzip, both of  ! Moyie, were married in Cranbrook  at the Presbyterian manse on  Tuesday evening last. Mr. Hurry  works at the St. Eugeue mine and,  time keeper. We guarantee Mub McKehzie has been employed at the Manhattan  hotel.   Tho  A Washington, D. 0., ppper of  recent date contains the information that Dr. W. J. Manning,  medical director of the government printing office, has been notified that the members of the convention of international chemists  and pathologists, now in session  at Basil, Switzerland, has awarded him a prize for an essay submitted some time ago Dr._Man--  ning took as "his subject "The  Effects of Lead Poisoning, on Printers, Compositors and Other Employes of Printing Offices." Each  year the convention offers prizes  for the bes�� essays upon special  subjects, such as dealt with by  Dr. Manning in his paper, and, the  friends of the local physician are  congratulating him on the honor  accorded.  Dr. Manning is a son of Mre.  Manning and a brother of Mrs.  A. P. Macdonald of Moyie.  Armstrong Going ���'NortJt.'   -'  Chas. Armstrong was in Moyie  for a day this week and left* Tjjes-  t. j       ..... .   V ' .  day for Vancouver, but will prob-  ably go north to Prince Rupert before he stops.   If  tne outlook'������ is  good he will embark in; business  '���    i ,.>       i     >5 ���-. ���  in the latter place;' ...:   - _���,-,  Back From the East.  ', W. H. Laird returned to Moyie  Wedpesday after being east for  over / two month's. *" Most ,t i\ the  timehespent on Piinco Edward  Island, but ho was . also iu Ne.w  York and Boston. '* He is again  holding down his old job at the  ^t/Eugenejnill..   ��� *   ->-^  Hotel Will Be Sold.  ; As will be seen by a notice on  another page of this paper, tho  Inter national* hotel in Moyie will  be sold at public auction at the office of W. F. Gurd in Cranbrook  on April 20th at 10 o'clock in the  morning.  Plenty Ice on Lake.  Just one year ago today the  last of the iqe went, out of Moyie  lake. This year, however, it will  be.different as the ice seems to  have no, notion of breaking up,  and-ffom-present-in'dicatiops--it  will be the 15thor 20th before', it  will go out.  o^se-.x* .��-������  .-p..'-^-*  Had Exciting Experience.  1 Three.raen in a.gosoline launch1   '-'  had a frightful experien'ce'oir'Ai'-',' ���  row lake between Fire Yalley anil'  -~  Deer Park.'-' The,'gasoline'Qaughcv--  fire 4pd thV boat^was burned' al- L, -  most to the', water's .edge,'bt-jfoib <��� ,���_  it was'..extinguished. :,Tb.e-'meiv--'���  paddled "the   boat- to shore, all.'";  more or less burned and.-,camped  for the night, next morning woik-  jn^.down to Deqr Park in the dis.-  abled launch.    -.-     "    *"* *.'    ",'V   '*"  "Y>4  ;Y?  ���>. -.  -wl  f*--l  Change of TeachcrsJ;  /���*'���  -   y .*- . ���      -..-'' y  John   Simpson, who-has^.-beeii*   . ������  piincipaj.of the Moyio -8chrpoI-fo&\��.�����-*-,  -almost-,.*two^y��irs^. left^Mondsy. "-w*  for Toronto, where he will- rbmai.if"..A7"  for  some time before  coming"*'to* -  the west.. ' Tlie school will, open",  next Monday morning, with iliii  Nicholson as teacher of tho senior.-'  department and-.Miss Lulu Cro.vye'  in charge of the  junior-, depart-* .   '  ment.          N r   .   ��� V ���   Y  '������ ���-        --     -   j -sn, i-.  ..---:..-  ','-  The Gun Club." y~ ���"'-:.  The* members "of ihe Movie Gun CJub.  held their regular uuekly bhout Thura-.  day afternoon. Following is a* list of*  the contestants and the number of-  otiy pigeons broken by each:  E. Campbell     21 out of 25  W.P.Bromley      10 ' "  J: II. Alrxander     18 "  A.W.Davis .'.    17       ,    ".  E. O. Kamm...-       ]7 "  J 1.1'., Large       12       .,   "  Estimates Are  Presented.  At "Victoria on Thursday the  estimates for the year were presented. It will be seen that for  roads, trails and bridges the Cranbrook riding will receive $6,000  while Columbia gets $12,000 and  Fernie $10,000. Cranbrook will  get $5,000 for the new .public  offices and Fernie $20,000.  WATCH   REPAIRING.  As C. P. R. watch Inspectors we are in a position to  repair your watch thoroughly  so as to make  it   a   reliable  satisfaction.  < * '  Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie is our  agent.  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and  Graduate Opticians.  CRANBEOOK, B. C.  Official Watch Inspector for C. P.  Crov/'a Jiest Pass Division,  R  Leader extends congratulations.  Trains Api ii 8th.  The L'ader has learned, unofficially, that the local train service  over the Spokaue International  will begin without f.iil on Apiil  8th.  Pure;, Healthful, Dependable,  Known everywhere and guaranteed a  strictly cream of tartar baking powder; no  alum���no ammonia���no phosphatic. acid..  Low-priced powders and those which  do   riot give the   cream  of   tartar   .  guarantee  are   made  from  alum.  Of what-use to give 25 ounces, of baking pow-,  der for 25 cents if 8. of those, ounces.are alum &  STUDY THE LABEL  (&U  !���  :>. ^a-  '*�� TiTTI-i.  THE LEAftEft, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  N  (Continued From Last Week.)  snnetnirfg IXS-'Slin that kB8 had'n*  drawn him into his present position  with any desire to Injure him or wltfc  the slightest sense of malice. To her it  bad been a merry jest, a pleasant comedy. Underneath all he saw the goodness of her motive in taking him from  the old life aud putting him Into bis  present position of trust He had  helped her, and she was ready to help  blm to tho limit of her power. Hi;  position in Edelweiss was clearly  enough defined. The more he thought  of it the more justifiable it seemed as  viewed-from her point of observation.  How long sbe hoped to keep him ln the  dark he could not tell. "The outcome  would be entertaining. Her efforts to  deceive, if she kept them up, would ba  amusing.' Altogether he was ready-  with the leisure and joy of youth, to  await developments and to enjoy the  comedy from a point of view which  sbe could not at once suspect  His subtle effort to draw Haddan  into a discussion of the princess and  her household resulted unsatisfactorily.  The young guard was annoylngly unresponsive. He had his secret instructions and could not be Inveigled Into  betraying himself. Baldos went to  sleep that night with his mind con-  fused-by doubts. His talk with Haddan had left him quite undecided as  to the value of old Franz's warning.  Either Franz was mistaken or. Haddan  was a most skillful dissembler. It  struck him as utterly beyond the pale  of reason that the .entire castle guard  should have beenenlisted ln the scheme  to deceive him. ~When sleep camo he  was    contenting    himself   with   the  sue wenx on, tafcnSSTW KrajfcMTice on  his remark. It must have heen complimentary, she reasoned. As for Baldos, the faintest sign of a smile touched  his lips, and his eyes were twinkling as  lie bent his head quickly. Franz wait  light; she did not know aorord of the  Graustark language. >  "I have entered tbe service for sis  months, your highness," he said ln Eng-  "Four highness, I fear toe have spiet  and eavesdroppers hire."  llsh. "You, have honored me, and I  give my heart as well as my arm tb  yohr ciuse.*  thought that morning doubtless would I Beverly, breathing easier, waa properly impressed by this promise of fealty/ She was looking with pride upon  give him clearer Insight to the situation. Y   .  * Both-he, and Beverly Calhoun were  ignorant of the true conditions that attached themselves to the new recruit  Baron Dangloss'alone knew that Haddan was .a trusted agent of the secret  service, with instructions to shadow  the newcomer day and night That,  there,'was a mystery surrounding the  character of Baldos, the goat huntes,  Dangloss did not question for an Instant, and In spite of the instructions  received ..at r the outset be was using  all his skill to unravel'it  Baldos was' not summoned to the castle till noon. His serene Indifference to  the outcome of the visit was calculated to deceive the friendly but watchful  Kaddnn. Dressed   carefully   in   tb��  close fitting uniform of the royal guard,  taller than',-most of bis fellows, handsomer by far than., any, he was the  most noticeable figure In and abont the  barracks. - Haddan coached him ln the  way he was to approach the princess,  Baldos'listening with exaggerated In-  tentness and with deep regard for detail.,. 5  Beverly was ln the small audience  room off the main reception hall when  he was ushered into her presence. The  servants and ladies ln waiting disappeared at a signal from ber. ', Sbe arose  to greet him, and he knelt to kiss ber  hand. For a moment her tongue was  'bound. The keen eyes of the new  guard bad looked into hers with a directness that seemed to penetrate her  brain. * That this scene was to be one  of. the most interesting ln the little  comedy was proved by the fact that  two eager young women were bidden  behind a heavy curtain in a corner ot  the'-room.^ The Princess Yetlve and  the Countess Dagmar were there to enjoy. - Beverly's first hour of authority,  -^and"she"was=awareof their presence.-^  * "Have they told-you that you are tb  act as my especial guard and escort?"  she asked, with a queer flutter in her  voice. Somehow this tall fellow with  the broad shoulders was not the same  as the ragged goat hunter sbe bad  known at first.  "No, your highness," he said easily.  "I  have  come  for  Instructions.    It  pleases mo to know that I am tu bave  . a place of honor and trust such as  this." '  "General Marlanx bas told me that  a vacancy, exists, and I bave selected  you to fill it The compensation will  be attended to by the proper persons,  and your duties will be explained to  you by one of the officers. This afternoon, I believe, you are to accompany  me on my visit to tho fortress, which I  am to Inspect"  "Very well, your highness," he respectfully said. He was thinking of  Miss Calhoun, an American girl, although he called her "your highness."  "May' I be permitted to ask for instructions that can come only from  your highness?"  "Certainly," she replied. His manner was more deferential than she had  ever known it to be, but he threw a  bomb into her fine composure with his  next remark. He addressed her in the  Graustark language:  "Is lt year desire that I shall continue toaddress you in English?"  Beverly's.face turned a bit red) and  her eyes wavered. By a wonderful effort she retained her self control, stammering ever so faintly when she** said  in English:  "I wish you would speak English,"  aawittingly giving answer to his question. "I shall insist upon that Your  ���English is too good to be spoiled."  Xhen he made a bold test, his first  ���kwlng failed. He spoke once more ln  thu native tongue, this time softly and  e-vmestly.  "As 70U wish, your highness, but I  tii'nk lt ls a most ridiculous practice,"  he said, and his heart lost none of its  courage. Beverly looked at him almost  pathetically. She knew that behind  the curtain two young women were enjoying her discomfiture. Something  told her that they were stifling their  mirth with dainty lace bordered handkerchiefs.  "That will do, sir," she managed to  say firmly. "It's very nice of you, but  after^his lax: X9gr l^aa-j-ZAEngysh,"  the figure of her stalwart protege,  "I hope yon have destroyed that hor*  rid black pa+cb," she said.  "It has gone to keep company witi  other devoted but deserted friends," be  said, a tinge of bitterness in his voice.  "The uniform ls vastly becoming,"  she went on, realizing helplessly that  she was providing Intense amusement  for the unseen auditors.  "It shames the rags In which yon  found me."  "I shall never forget them, Baldos,"  sbe snid, with a strange earnestness In  her. voice.*  "May I presume to Inquire after the  health of your good Aunt Fauny and,  although I did not see him, your Uncle  Sum?" he asked, with a face as straight  and sincere^as,that of a judee. Beverly swallowed suddenly and checked  a'laugh with some difficulty.  "Aunt Fanny Is never ill. Some day  I shall tell you more of Uncle Sam. It  will Interest you."  "Another question, If It please your  highness. Do you expect to return to  America soon?"  This was tbe unexpected, but she met  It with admirable composure.  "It depends upon the time when  Prince Daiitau resume* the throne in  Dawsbergen," she said.  "And that day may never come,"  said he, such mocking regret in bis  voice that she looked upon him with  newer Interest.  "Why, I really believe you want to  go to America!" she cried.  The eyes of Baldos had been furtjve-  ly drawn to the curtain more than once  during the last few minutes. An occasional movement of the long oriental  hangings attracted his attention. It  dawned upon him tbat the little play  "wasbeingoverheardrwhetherby.spies  or conspirators he knew not Resentment sprang up in bis breast aud gave  birth to a daring tbat was ns spectacular as it was confounding. With  long, noiseless strides he reached the  door before Beverly-could Interpose.  She half started from her chair, her  eyes wide with dismay, her lips parted,  but. his hand was already clutching tbe  curtain. He drew It aside relentlessly.  Two.startled women stood exposed  to view,- smiles dying on their amazed  faces. Their backs were against tho  closed door, aud two hands clutching  handkerchiefs dropped from a most  significant altitude. Oue of them flashed an Imperious glance at tbe bold discoverer, and he knew he was looking  upon the real princess of Graustark.  Ho did not lose IiIr composure. Without a tremor ho turned to the American  girl.  "Your highness," ho said clearly, coolly, "I fear we have spies and eavesdroppers here. Is"your court made up  of���I should say. they are doubtless n  pair of curious Indies ln waiting. Shall  I begin my service, your highness, by  escorting tbem to yonder door?"  raiien. The steady reatures of tilt  guard did not relax for the fraction ol  a second, but his heart was thumpiuj  disgracefully.  "Come here, Baldos," commanded  Beverly, a bit pale, but recovering hei  wits with admirable promptness. "This  Is a matter which I shall dispose ol  privately. It is to go no further, yoi  are to understand."  "Yes, your highness."  "You may go now. Colonel Quinnox  will explain everything," she said hurriedly. She'was eager to be rid of him.  As he turned away she observed a  faint but peculiar smile at the corner  of his mouth.  "Come here, sir!" she exclalmed-hot-  ly. He paused, his face as somber as  an owI'b. "What do you mean by  laughing like that?" she demanded. lie  caught the fierce note ln her voice, but  gave it the proper interpretation.  "Laughing, your highness?" he said  In deep surprise. "You must bo mistaken. I am sure that I could uot have  laughed ln tho presence of a princess."  "It must" have been a���a shadow,  then," Bhe retracted, somewhat startled by his rejoinder. "Very well, then.  You 4}rt>.dism&'<j-��J'  (To Be Continued.)  A NEW CHARITY.  To PrOTlde Poor GirU With Kvenlno  Coats.  "I'm seriously thinking of starting a  uew philanthropy to provide poor girls  with evening coats," recently said a  merry young matron.  "How. silly, Maude!" answered a  friend reprovingly. "What In the  world would a poor girl want with  such a garment?"  "Oh, I am not talking of beggars,  but every girl, no matter wha t her station in life, sometimes puts on a prettj  light dress, which she does not want  to" crush under a tight tailor coat  "No, you need not shake your head.  I was a poor girl myself, and never  shall I forget tho-torture of my first  dance. I hnd a lovely tarlatan gown,  all white fluffs and frills, but mother  thought a party wrap would bo extra v-  agant, so I had to wear my old black  raincoat  "My feelings when I went Into that  house���we were, late, of course-  through a hall jammed with people up  Into the dressing room full of girls,  who looked me all over superciliously,  beggar description. The bed and rtl van  were covered with sucli 'dreams' of  coats no 'wonder the maid was scornful when she took off mine. I didn't  blame her a bit for chucking It under  a chair.  "Not"even splitting all my ddnces  made me forget the awful moment  When I would have to face all those  girls again and put on that fearful"  raincoat. I Just couldn't stand it at  the last, so slipped off home early.  "The next day I made myself the  most.fascinating wrap you ever saw  out of mother's old black shawl, with  i Persian horde? and some chjnllle  fringe from a discarded pair oT. curtains. It was when they were wearing  those cape effects that bave been revived this winter. , Every one raved  ��ver lt, and you cannot Imagine the  bliss of not having to slink out of sight  on account of my clothes. I just sauntered up the stairs as complaisantly  as you please. Talk about tbe courage  H good - conscience gives one. It ls  nothing to that Inspired by good  clothes.  "Nowadays, when' I want to make a  present to any debutante or other  young girl I'm Interested ln���that ls,  of course, provided she bas no money  to speak of���I always give her the  prettiest evening coat I can find.  "My dear Sally, If you are still scornful about my philanthropy" just try  giving that pretty little Bliss girl, who  Is home from school this winter, a  good looking coat or cape aud see if lt  doesn't convert you. -.I'm dying to give  her one ever since I saw her going to  the theater tbe other night in a golf  cape. I tell you, my heart went out to  her. I knew just how that ugly old  wrap was grinding down ber good  spirits.  ���"V7hy-don't-I-gIve-her1one?--I-don't-  know her well enough. But you do,  and If you want to experience what  gratitude really means Just try my  pet pleasure. - Goodness! How happy  It makes those girls! But, really, I  believe I get juore Joy from my coat  giving tban they do."  CHRONIC GATARRH  "At the Advice of Friends I Tried  Pe-ru-na and the Results Have  Been     Highly     Satisfactory."���So  Writes Mr. Pilon.  MR. RAOUL PILON, 116 Ruo  Notre Daine, Lachine, P.Q., Can.,  writes: "I write you a few words to  express to you my satisfaction at being cured. I was afflicted with catarrh of the throat and* nose and suffered much. I was greatly discouraged. I had a bad breath and bad  taste in my moutlr in the morning.  "I took treatment for some time  ���vithout obtaining relief. At the ad-  <n-oe nf friends I tried . Peruna and  Uie results have been highly satisfactory. At the end of four months I  was completely cured."  Neglected catarrh becomes chronic.  Having developed into the chronic  stage, a longer and more persistent  treatment will be required to cure "t  than if the disease were treated at  vthe onset.  However, Peruna wi-i bring relief,  whethefthe catarrh is acute or. chronic. If you are wise you will keep  Peruna on hand and take a few  doses at the first appearance of a  cold or cough, and thus save yourself both suffering and* expense.  Patients hare the privilege of writing to Dr. Hartman for free advice.  A hook on "Chronic Catarrh" will ha  sent upon request.  A Glimmering of Reason  It is the business of this country to  keep on friendly terms with all other  nations, England included, so far a.s  this Is possible. But it is not thu  part of statesmanship��to infer that  the British spokesman (Ambassador  Bryce) must necessarily see everything  with American eyes or prefer the Star:,  and Stripes to the Union Jack.���Philadelphia Bulletin.  SPRING  ADVICE  HEALTH AND BEAUTY.  CHAPTEIt XIII.  IB5VERLY gasped. The countess  stared blankly at the new  guard. Yetive flushed deeply,  bit her lip in hopeless chagrin  and dropped her eyes.- A pretty turn,  indeed, the play had taken! Not a word  was uttered for a full half minute; nor  did the guilty witnesses venture forth  from their, retreat, iialdos stood tall  and j impassive, holding the curtain  aside. At last the shadow of a smile  crept IntO;the face of the princess, but  her tones were full of deep humility  when sho'spoke.^  "We crave permission to retire, your  highness," sbe said, and there was virtuous appeal In her eyes. "I pray forgiveness for this indiscretion and implore you to be lenient .with,.two miserable creatures who love you so well  that they forget their dignity."  ".I-am amazed and shocked," was all  that Beverly could say. "You may go,  but ..-return'to me within an hour. I  will then hear what you have to say."  Slowly, even humbly, the ruler ol  Graustark and her cousin passed be  neath the upraised arm of the new  guard. He opened a door on the opposite side of the room, and they wenl  out, to ijjjiypne^rance, thpi^ughlx. crest  Pure, unadulterated cream, sweet  and fresh, Is excellent for softening  and smoothing roughened skin.  Bran or starch sewed into bags and  put in tbe bath water for a short while  before using It will render the water  soft  Drinking a glass of water In which a  tablespoonful of cornmeal has been allowed to soak for a few minutes regularly three times a day will help to  clear tho complexion.  When tho hands are dirty try adding  a little sugar to the soap with which  they are washed. The sugar increases  the lather and also the cleansing power of the soap and soon removes dirt  and stains.  A delightful complexion powder Is  made thus: Two ounces each of zinc  oxide and precipitated chalk, seven  ounces of rice powder,'one ounce each  of talcum and orris root Tint with  carmine and perfume with oil of rose.  Do Not Dose with Purgatives and  Weakening Medicines���What- People Need at This Season Is a Tonic  Not exactly sick���but not feeling  quite*well. That's the spring feeling.  You are easily tired, appetite van-  able, sometimes - headaches - and . a  feeling of depression. Or perhaps  pimpk' and eruptions appear on tlie  face, ou^you have twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia. Any of these indicate that tlie blood is out of order,  that the indoor life of winter has left  its mark upon, you and may easily  develop into - moro serious trouble.  Don't dose -yourself with purgative  medicines in the hope that you can  put your blood right. Purgatives  gallop through tlie system, and  weaken instead of ' g-ving strength.  -What you need is a tonic medicine  that will make new, .rich, red blood,  build up the weakened nerves and  thus give you "new health and  strength. And the one medicine to  do this speedily and surely is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Every dose of  this medicine makes new, rich' blood  which makes weak, easily tired and  ailing men and women feel bright,  active and strong. If you need a  medicine this spring *try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and you will never  regret it. This medicine has cured  thousands in every part of the world  and what it lias done for others it  can easily do for you.  ���The-headquarters���for-^the-genuinc  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People in Canada is Brockville, Ont.  So-called pink pills offered by companies located at other places in Canada are fraudulent imitations intended to deceive. If your dealer  does not keep the genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People send  to Brockville, Ont., and the Dr.  Williams Medicine Co. will mail the  pills to you at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50.  The clerk was most obliging, but the  young woman customer was hard H  pleass. Roll after roll of blankets tlio  he patiently take down and show to  her;  nothing  suited.  For Borne fifteen minutes thi* mock  sale went on, then tlie young woman  said condescendingly, "Well, I don'i  jntond to buy. I was just looking loi  a friend."  "Wait a moment, madam," cried the  olork. "Thc-ro is ono more blanket left  on tho shelf. Maybe you will find youi  friend   in   it."���Ladies'   Home   Journal  Minard's Llnlmeni Cures Colds, etc  Dreaa and A&e.  A gentlewoman never by any chance  leaves her style of dressing open to the  wonder how''she managed to afford  It says Elizabeth AAstruther in the  Complete Beauty Book. She leaves  that wonder to a class of women with  whom she bas little Indeed ln common.  And a gentlewoman ls never so silly  as to hope by her style of dressing to  belle her age any more than her income. There are many women now  called "fashionable" who dress themselves at sixty as they would at twen-  ty-flve, but they are not elegant women, however much they may pay for  their clothes or for their steam yachts.  A gentlewoman dresses girlishly ln  ber girlhood and young matronly in  her young matronhood and keeps on.  jthus, wearing the livery of her-years  j with a sweet dignity that makes the  i foolish pretense of the grandmother ln  a lingerie hat almost hideous.  An Embarrassed Queen  Princess de Montglyon, of Paris,  who lias come to America to exhibi.  her beautiful and famous collies at  several kennel shows, said at a dlnriei  in New York" apropos of an embarrassment:���"That reminds me of t  story they have been telling latel>  about Queen Alexandra of England  The Guards' band was playing on the  terrace, at Windsor Castle durinf  luncheon, and the queen was so .pleased with a lively march that she sem  a- maid of honor'to enquire what it w'as.  The maid of honor blushed deeply a:  she answered on her- return:���'Com  \\ here the Booze Is Cheaper,' your Majesty."���Kansas City Star.  W.   N.   U.    No.   630  Hot Air  Sandy Pikes���Lady, if yer can't givi  me nothln' to eat, please give me di  Part of yer noospaper dat has de'new.  from congress.  Kind Lady���But my poor man, wh.  should you wish to road the news fron  Congress?  Sandy Pikes���Pe'rause, Mum, ]  contains so much Hot air I kfn keep  warm in de blizzard.���Chicago News.  ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY SNOW.  Some of Most Shocking Railway Disasters   Occurred  in   Snowstorms. ^  Snow, soft, feathery, and evanescent  though it is, has been responsible for  some of the. most shocking railway  accidents  on  record.  The recent terrible disaster in Scotland was, of course, directly due to  it; and in January, 1903, a somewhat  similar catastrophe, caused by a relief train colliding with a snow-plough,  killed and injured some fifty persons  -in" Washington,. U.  S.  A. ;  Near Ashtabula, again, on Dec. 29,  1876, the driver of the magnificent  "Flying Pacific Express" from New  York to San Francisco, deceived by a  raging snowstorm, ran his heavy train"  at full speed on to a flimsy trestle  bridge over 80 feet high. It gave way,  of'course, and more than one hundred  people  perished.  Another histoiic railway wreck due  to the same cause was that at Ab- \  .bot's Rip ton, on the Great Northern  Line, on Jan. 21 of the same ��� year.  This was u terrible collision. Th5*-  Scotch express ran into a coal train,  an ' then the Leeds express .from London clashed full speed into the combined wreckage, killing 14 people outright and shockingly mangling many  more.  Near Leadvillo, Colorado, soon" after  the narrow-gauge railway there was  first opened, a train was snowed in  at 10,000 feet above sea-leved. It was  nearly a week before it could be.dug  out, and then every one of its occupants was found dead and frozen stiff  '���so many, human icicles.   -  In what was known -as the Tehat-  chape Pass disaster, in California, the  train was caueht by a blizzard at-the  summit of a high mountain range at  a moment when"the engine had been  detached, and driven backwards down  one of the steenest and most tortuous  grades on the Pacific slone.' It jumped the track when it had attained nn  estimated speed of 80 miles an hour,  and plimged over a precipice into a  snow-drift" 100 f>-"*t H?ep. Not a sou!  aboard escaped death.  DOCTORS ANALYSIS  PROVED THIS CURE  Unmistakable Evidence That Kidney Disease  Is  Cured  by  DR. GKASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS,  Th: Centenary of Gas.  It is hard to believe in these days  of general enlightenment by illumi-  nanls thnt there-was a.time in the  last century when, gas was unknown;  yet such is the fnct. It was in the  laY days of January, 1S07, thnt gas  wa<5 first adonted for lighting purposes  in London, England. A German named WiiiGor set "up a" tost row of pas  lamps in Pall Mall. That was the  beginning of the use of an illuminant  that now fairly lights the world. Win  sor, however, was not the inventor,  but only ptlt into practical use another man's discovery. The Scottish  engineer Murdock had- already used  coal gas as nn illuminant in Cornwall.  Watt and Boulton had- experimented  with it in Birmingham; and Lebnn  had done the same in France. It is,  nevertheless, to Winsor that belongs-  the credit of a first and really practical demonstration of street lightning  by gas. ' Needless to add' that preat  mn.n of.science and even' men oi imagination ridiculed poor'iWinsor's efforts. Sir Humphrey Davy declared  in 1809���that"is to say,.two years after the display of pas lamps in Pall  MnU���that you might just as well talk  ���ib'oiit .bringing down a'-slice of tho  moon to 1'fjht London as to illuminate  it with gas. Sir Walter Scott, who  was a poet and therefore a "seer,"  was blind to the extent of classing  Winsor as a madman.  Captain Win. Smith, a veteran of  the Crimean war, living at Revel-  stoke, B.C., writes: *"I can testify to  the benefit derived from Dr.-Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. For years I was  a sufferer from kidney disease, and  could set no relief for it. The,doctor examined ine and analyzed my  urine Tind told me 1 .had chronic disease of tlie kidneys. As his medicine  did me no good, 1 bought a box of  Dr. Clnibe's Kidney-Liver Pills and  was benefited so much that I kept  on taking them until I can say that  1 am perfectly cured. I told the  doctor I was cured,.but he would not  believe me until ho examined my  imine again.- After doing so he stated  that I had iij trace of kidney disease left. 1 have recommended Dr.  Chase's  medicines to  many  people."  The urea, uric acid and other -poi  sonous waste substances -.which are  left in the blood after the process oi  digestion has taken place  are eliminated from the system by tlie action'  of  the kidneys.  Failure of the kidneys to perform  this important work of filtration  means .a poisoning of the whole system and consequently the most painful of diseases, such as Bright's dis-.  ease, lumbago,' backache and rheumatism. - -  The  causes   of " such   ailments  are  promptly removed by the-use of Dr.  Chase's    Kidney-Liver- Pills.      This*  great   .family    medicine  has a  com-:  bined  action  on    the    liver,-kidneys,  and bowels which is not possessed by  any similar- preparation.    The whole  '  system- is   quickly ��� and    thoroughly  cleansed and the vital organs invigo-'  rated by this treatment.    Ono pill a  dose, 25 cents a  box,  at all  dealers  or Edmanson. Bates & ,Co., Toronto  The portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W.   Chase,  the  famous   receipt  book  author, are on every box.  ALL WINTER WEATHER  IS ALIKE TO THE  MAN  WHO BREAKFASTS ON  Sends rich, warm,' r��d'|  blood coursing . through  : the whole system.  Makes a man ready for  any amount of work and  able to perform  it.  !    Try a Breakfast of the Biscuit and a Luncheon of Triscult.  . ? All  Grocers���13c-a carton, or,. 2 sfor 25c*  Capacity ,  "Yes; I suppose I'm one of the' most  prominent men In college,", remarked  the callow sophomore.  'Indeed! What capacity?" asked  ,the friend ott,,the family.        -    *    ��� '  "Eighteen "beers,, eleven ..cocktails  and six whiskey straights," replied the  young man proudly.���Puck.  .-Untrustworthy "  Mistress���Why don't you * boil    the  .  eggs?  Cook���Sure, I've -ho   clock ln    the*1  kitchen to go by.  Mistress���Oh, yes, "you have.  Cook���What, good  Is  it? , - It's    ten:  minutes fast.���Philadelphia Jliqulrer. , -  George   Ad's   and   the   Turkey. ,  George Ade on his last European  trip spent a good deal of:his time in  the Amerika's"smoking-room, but, as  his  wont, was  quiet.  The hi'morists of the smoking-room  clustered about Mr. Ade night after  night. They told him all their latest  stories. They" did their best to shine  before the young man.  One evenin-j toward tlie end of the  voyage they begged Mr. "Ade to tell  a story in his turn. *  "We li'ive done our best to amuse  vou," said n Western millionaire. "We  have given you many a yarn that will  come in useful when you get to work  nn your next book. Now it's your  turn.    Fire away."  Mr. Ade pondered a moment. Then  he said:  "T can't tell you a story, gentlemen,  but I'll ask you a conundrum. What  is the difference between me and a  -turkey ?u  . To whom it:may concern: This is  to certify that I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT myself as well as  prescribed it in my practice where a  liniment waa required and, -have  never failed to get the desired effect.  CYA.  KING, M.D.  The art of living consists in not being a dead one.  Everybody gave the conundrum'up.  "The difference between me and a  turkey." said Mr. Ade slowly, "is that  the turkey  is not stuffed with cheat-  nuts untii  after it is dead.",     (  __ _���j ���-. -%  Fastest In the World.  Great Britain haa built a torpedo  boat destroyer which is tho fastest ln  the world. This destroyer, The Coe-  sack. was launched at Birkenhead on  Feb 16. It will make '33 knots an  I.our. the highest speed hitherto at>  UimpttiL  Warrtsntmtlio Olvo Smtlofaotloiu  GomhaulPs  Caustic Balsam  Has Imitators Bat Ho Competitors.  A Safe, Speedy and Positive Curo for  . Curb, Splint. Sweeny, Capped Hook,  Btr-unea Tsndons, tfoundor, -Vina  Puffs, *nd til Uffliim from Spavin,  XUngbons and other bony tumors.-  Cures all akin diseases or raraaiteL  Thruih, Diphtheria. Removes all.  Bunehes from Horses or Cattle.  As a HumanRemedy for RhenmaUim,  Strains, .Bore Throat, oto., It ]�� invaluable.  <��� teetlmonUle, eto.  Address  Tbe Lawrence-WUIIamsCo.,Toronto,Ont. ]  ��� There is nothing equal to Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator for de:  stroying worms. No article of its*  kind has given such satisfaction.'   .  Most people'find fault with " their  neighbors In order- to get even with  neighbors who find fault-with them.  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Get illustrated booklet jind 1907 prices before buying  Walbarvillo, Toronto,   Montrenl, St.  John,  Wi-nnipeif -//  THE LEADER, MDYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  '-��� i - - - ~  mmtiSmKSm  -I-    ���*  ������ - ���*;;;/ - -  .' "Y,"*"      YY Y-i'c?  ���v     ��� _..��;. *     , .' ) **��  fy-  " 'f'.-i'A  ���At*  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant care ia  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  Connmiption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has dona for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy (or ail  disease* of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 3,q  ���SHILOH  This remedy should be in every household.  POINTED  PABAGP.APtfS.  ARTEMUS  WARD'S  FUN.  How  Win  the    Humorist    Used    to  Laughs  In  His  Lectures.  However much the audience might  laugh, even to a tumult of merriment  lasting a minuto or two or perhaps  longer, Artemus Ward.stood with the  gravest mien and unmoved face. ��� Se  could not help laughing while writing  or planning a good thing, but no necro-  ' niancer wns ever more self poised  when he stood before his audience. .  The greatest fun of the whole was  the manipulation of the panorama itself. Things would go wrong every  now and then, nnd tho audience would  fairly scream with laughter, supposing  lt was a mistake, while as a matter of  fact Artemus was always at the bottom of It nil.  For instance, the prairie fire would  go down at the wrong time and then  break out again when the scene it was  to illustrate had wholly passed, or the  sick looking moon would refuse to  stay down in the midst, while the.lecturer was apparently almost overcome  with vexation and despair. Then the  wrong music would be played, and the  house, would break out into roars of  laughter, as when he touched upon one  really pathetic recital and the piano  ground out "Poor Mary Ann."  In the midst of a really instructive  talk on the Mormon question or a Jruly  impressive description of-the mountain  scenery around Salt lake he would  , stop as-if a sudden feeling of'distress  had come' over'hlm which" must be explained, and, pointing to an absurd  animal in the foreground of a picture,  he would tell the audience how he had  ��� always tried to keep faith with them,  but mistakes must sometimes occur.  "I have always spoken of this animal  as a buffalo and have always supposed  ho was a buffalo, but this morning my  urtlst came to me and said, 'Mr. Ward,  I can conceal it from you no longer;  that Is a horse!'" The effect was simply indescribable.  When quiet came again, he would  seemingly become wholly lost to everything around him as he described  some absorbing and thrilling incident,  turning it into ridicule the next minute  by the innocent and apparently merely  Incidental remark, "I did not se^ .this  myself, but I had it from a man just  as reliable as I am."���Enoch Knight in  Putnam's.  News for the Bartender  Physiologists are finding by numerous experiments T that, ��� while alcohol  lias .a certain .food value? thlsjis .more  than "counterbalance<T. t>'y('It3"'ef,fect' a's a  poison. Th'e researches on this subject go more and;more to show thai  there is not an organ ln the -human  body that escapes this subtle poison,  or a' function that is not impaired b>  its use. The octogenarian who boasts  that he has had his dally toddy has  reached his fulness of days, not because of his habits, but in spite ol  them.���New  York  Tribune.  If you must be frank, be frank with  ���rOuiself.  Every defeat develops a lot of new  excuses.  Most men are optimistic as long as  ��� Lings are coming their way.  I'ieaslug people is like laughing. It  uas to be done without an effort to be  ���'ffectivo. '  - ���  The most sincere person in the world  doe** not mean it when he says. "1  don't care."  Some people get credit for being pa-  Jeut v. Lieu the fact is they are merely  ���ifrakl to talk back.  Some people who never recognize a  lebutf notice the slightest hint that can  ne -oustrued ns an invitation. *  Down at the bottom of their hearts  .iiosL people belle.-e a little in fortune  idling and spiritualisms and the mysterious generally.  Mine Preserved Bodies.  A curious story illustrative of tho  preservative properties of carbonic acid  gas, or "choke damp," comes from  China. In the province of Nganhwei  a party of miners opened an ancient  shaft where, according to the official  records, a terrible catastrophe had occurred 4U0 years ago. When the miners entered they came upon the bodies  of 170 miners who had perished in tho  mine, lying where they had been overtaken by the deadly, gas four centuries  back. The corpses 'to the eye were as  though of yesterday, quite fresh looking and not decayed in any way. The  faces were like those of men who had  Just died. On an attempt being made  !o ino\e them outside for burial they  ���me and all crumblod-away, leavinc  nothing but a pile of dust and the rem-'  nants of the stronger parts of. their  clothing.   *.        - *  Th* Serpent'* Sight.  There Is a tradition ln many parts  of Europe that when a serpent's sight  grows dim 'with age he eats fennel and  thus regains his vision.  jSaves A Lot  *' of Bother  The starch that needn't  be cooked .'.that won't  stick, .thatgives a brilliant gloss with almost  no iron-effort..isn't  ' that the starch you  ought to have them  use on your clothes?  Buy it by name..  .  your  dealer  sells it.  Ml  Don't Be Fat.  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Record, the founder and original  head of the Record Foundry & Machine  Co.,  of Moncton,   N.B.,   and Montreal,  P-Q-  , Previous to Mr. Record going into tho  manufacture of stoves, those used in  Canada were almost wholly of American  manufacture. The character of the work'  turned out by the Record Foundry &  Machine Co., at once gave their stoves a  standing, and as a result a very .large  business soon grew up, largely owing to  Mr. Record's untiring industry,and perseverance against many obstacles.  . Although Mr. Record retired from active  business as far back as 1879, the solid  basis on which he had established the industry/has resulted in its growth from a  sturdy pioneer into one of the largest stove  manufacturing plants on the northern half  of the I American continent. With two  large plants, one in Moncton and one in  Montreal, the Record Foundry & Machine  Co. are known from Halifax to Vancouver,  and their '-Calorific" and "Admiral"  furnaces and " Penn Esther" ranges  recognized as the standard of Canadian  excellence.   Jduge���You say the'defendant turned  and whistled' to the dog. What followed ? ~  edge of a brook,  and  when  Sargent'muscle, bone, sinew, nerve and brain  approached one day late in thi after-   tissue     and   quickly    reduces    your  noon to rebait it he heard squeals and   weight to normal,  low mutterings of two animals. 'ble stomacn  The trapper had never seen a wildcat or a lynx in' the vicinity and he  was unprepared for the sight that met  his eyes when he peered through the  bushes to ascertain the cause of the  unusual disturbance. He first observed the cat lying on its stomach over  the trap tearing at some object under  him." This object was putting up a  strong fight, and when Sargent got a  little closer he was "aware that the  feline was battling with a big mink.  The mink had been caught by one ���  foot, but even thus handicapped he  was giving the cat all the trouble it  wanted. The trapper was so interested in* the battle that he forgot all  about shooting until the cat had killed the mink and set about eating it.  He then cocked his rifle and put a  ball through the marauder's head.  Sargent lost a fine mink skin by  not shooting sooner, but the sale of  the cat's pelt paid him in part for  his loss.  7 FREE  .This coupon is good for one"trial  package of Kellogg's Obesity Reducer with testimonials from hundreds who have been greatly reduced, mailed free in plain package. Simply fill in your name and  address on dotted lines below and  mail to  KELLOGG, 37 Kellogg Bldg./  Battle Creek,  Mich.  F. J.  WILL SUFFRAGETTES WIN ?  s  Ask your, doctor about these  throat, coughs. He will tell  you how deceptive they are.  A tickling In the throat often  means serious trouble ahead.  Better explain your case carefully to your doctor, and ask  him about your taking Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral.  W# pubUsh our formulae  yers  Wo banish alcohol  from our medlolnea  Wo urre you to  oonault your  dootor  'Intelligent  Witness���The* dog.  A Wide Sphere of Usefulness.���  The consumptioh~of Dr. ^Thomas' Eclectric Oil has grown to great proportions. Notwithstanding tlie fact  that it has now been'on'the market  for more than thirty-one years, its  prosperity is as great as ever, and  the demand for it in that period has  very greatly 'increased. It is beneficial in all countries, and wherever  introduced fresh supplies are .constantly nsked for.  ���"���Rich Miser Starves.  A miser's tragic death in the garret  of a well-furnished house was discovered by the Nottingham police lately.  The house was in an indescribably  filthy condition, and there was many  years' accumulation of dust.  . The body discovered ivas that of a  man named Alfred Martin, who had  not been seen by the neighbors since  the death of his mother, on January  7, and who had evidently died from  starvation. The neighbors were unaware that he continued to live in the  house. His body was in an emaciated  conditions.  The police found sums of money in  innumerable packets hidden in crevices'of a sofa, on shelves and in drawers. The total.amount was about $500.  The "man's hair and beard were  matted, and his nails protruded an  inch and a quarter over the finger  ends. The only food in the house was  a loaf months old.  -   -     -  Who makes the best liver pills? The  J. C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mass.  They have been making Ayer's Pills for  over sixty years. If you have the ^lightest doubt about using these pills, ask  your doctor.   Do as he says, always.  Hade by the J. 0. 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He is  the only animal that can endura^ll  classes of climate," and live in ���JtSer  the hottest or the~ coldest. The only,  animal that can compete with man  in .powers of endurance is the camel,  which can live for ten or even fifteen  days without water, and can perform  its tedious journeys across the arid de-  Berts of the east for days without  nutriment.  Although Beaten For the Time They  Are  Yet   Dauntless.  What can be done with these dauntless females? The "clink" has no terrors for them. Some of them havi*  been laid by the heels in a dungeon  cell, where their sufferings on bread  and water moved tender hearts outside and forced the officials to mitigate the treatment. Observe that they  move' with the deadly 'resolution and  impact of footballers bucking the centre. They push, punch, thrust, tackle,  trip up, butt and yell imraitigably. We  are reminded, if we may compare  great things with small, of a pack of  under-graduates storming a hotel dining-room. But the under-graduates is  essentially humorous,' while the suffragette is inexorable. Lady MacBeth  or Atropos was not more earnest or  dangerous than these women. For  -death, has its dignity, but what help  is there for a man made ridiculous?  And what if it should happen that not  woman suffrage, but the Government,  is' being made ridiculous by these  riots "of respectable Maenads with a  purpose? The mounted police man  doesn't like to set his breast and his  heart against the tide of petticoats.  There is nothing but jeers to be gained  by resisting the * irresistible; and if  these devoted and iracund virgins and  matrons keep at it long enough, how  can they, fail to win?  Just now the Right Honorable Herbert John Gladstone's job is a bed of  hairpins.  Girl  Poses As Boy.  A remarkable story of a girl who  was induced by her mother to masquerade as" an errand boy in order to  rob her employer was told at the Liverpool Police Court recently.  Emily Barnes, an intelligent girl of  15, said that after conversation with  her mother she dressed up as a boy  some months ago and obtained work  running errands.  A few weeks ago she obtained employment under the name of "Harold  Barnes" in the shop of Mr. Jacobs.  Noticing where" the money was  kept,.she hid one night in the cellar.  In the early hours of the following  morning she broke open the till with  an axe and stole $20, subsequently  giving the money to her mother.  Suspicion, however, fell upon the  supposed boy, and she was charged at  the police court without her real sex  being discovered.  It was only when remanded to the  workhouse that she confessed to being a girl.  The mother was sentenced to three  months' imprisonment for receiving  the money and the girl was remanded for seven days.  Antlaraaabllnar Laws.  There ls probably no place In the  world where the laws against gambling are so severe as they were In  Manchuria during Russian occupation.  All persons playing cards, whether ostensibly for money or not, were liable to arrest and if convicted to receive 100 lashes and to wear around  the neck for a month the heavy metal  collar which Is riveted on recalcitrant  convicts.  Elephants.  In Africa both sexes of elephants  have ivory tusks,' while ln Asia these  are usually restricted .to the males.  Wan tad a Translation  Downright "Woman���Where did you  come from?  ' Classic tramp���Madam. I easels-rated  my itinerary from the classic Athens  of America.  "I asked  ye  where did    you    come  from?"  "I beat my way from Doston."���Baltimore American.  A Sure Cure for Headache.���Bilious  headache, to which women are more  subject than men, becomes so acute  in some subjects that they are completely prostrated. The stomach refuses'food, "and there is a constant  and depressing effort to fiee the sto-���  mach from bile which has become  unduly secreted there. Parmelee's  -Vegetable Pills are a speedy alterative, and in nutrnlizing the effects of  the intruding bile relieves the pressure on the nerves which cause the  headache.   Tiy them.  Judge���You say the defendant turned  and whistled to tlie dog. What foi  lowed ?  "Yes."  Intelligent Witness���The  dog.  DEAFNE88 OANNOT BE OURED  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion ot the ear.  There Is only ono way to cure deafness,  and that Is by constitutional remedies.  Deafness is caused by an mtlamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inQamed  you have a rumbling sound or imperfect  hearing:,  and  when it is  entirely closed,  The   Far   West   Province   Attracting  Attention.  The fruit-growing possibilities of  British Columbia have attracted a  good deal of attention in England, as  the samples which have reached the  Mother Country from the Pacific province have been regarded as the best  ever grown in the Dominion.  Messrs. James Henderson and Arthur' Hobbs have come out from London to see for themselves what may  be done in the way of ��� encouragibg  the young industry from the-point of  view of the export trade.  To See For'Themselves.   >'  These gentlemen stated that so  much had been said in England by  agents of the British Columbia Government in favor of the province as  the best fruit-growing country in the  world, as well as by'speculative agents,  that they had come out to look over  the field, make inquiries at first hand,  and spend a few months in the country generally, until the spring. They  were going immediately to British  Columbia, where they would communicate with the Government. They  were interested in the fruit business,  and could get any amount of capital  to put into fruit-growing in the Pacific province if the prospects could be  shown to be bright.  While out in the West, the gentlemen intend to look into .the question  of the opening up of Vancouver Island, to settlement. *  Great Opportunities.  "It is now beginning to be understood in England," said Mr. Henderson, "that -there are great opportunities in this country for men with  means���not large means, necessarily,  but a little means, with which to go  into mining, ��� or farming, or fruitgrowing, or ranching. Canada will, in  the future attract more largely than  ever before, tbis class. And tbis is a  large class in the* Old Country. Perhaps it is a little timid, for when  the means are limited there iB the  fear of loss, but through the work of  your immigration agents, through the  utterances of Lord Strathcona, and  especially through tiie work of the  British journalists sent outcome time  ago, our people are beginning to understand just the kind of people who  can do well out .here." .  Lady Godiva   Imitated."  La Milo, the famous living statue,  whose appearance at the London Pavilion caused a sensation, went to Coventry with her company, and it occurred to her, or her press agent, to  repeat Lady Godiva's ride. -She waa  nhotographed oh starting out, and after her return her picture was sent  to a London illustrated paper with this  account:  "As the bell of the clock high up  in the tall spire of St. Michael's  sounded out sharply upon the frosty  air two hours past midnight a beautiful woman might have been observed emerging from a building in the  'City of the Three Spires,' seated upon  a spirited and well-proportioned white  palfrey, .which quivered as the cold  northeast wind cut it like a whip.  Bu' who was this fair lady who had  ventured upon the streets like a second Lady Godiva, under such conditions? Urging her horse forward, the  equestrienne- rode rapidly along the  streets of the ancient city. Old buildings, some of which had probably been  erected not many years after Godiva's  ride, frowned upon her fair form, but  the moon looked down benignantly  and the stars twinkled encouragement  to the handsome horsewoman. Avoiding the stone sets of the tramways,  tlie mysterious one kept her graceful  charger upon the macadam portion  of the narrow and winding roads.  Except the occasional barking of a  dog and the noise of the horse's hoofs,  not a sound was heard, and the twentieth century Godiva passed through  the slumbering and peaceful city unmolested and unseen."  ITIS  .*    THSS SS THE PARAMOUNT FEATURE 6ft  '3'i  <W  ai'-v'll  GREEN TEA        .     ;  Free From Dust. Dirt and all Foreign Substances.  , i .  - *   . ��� ,       -       .    " . - ��� -    -.'-** "���  Lead    Packets "Only,    40c, "60c, and - 60c-  PerJ   Lb.    At ^ AU  HIGHEST AWARD, ST. LOUIS, 1904 "- \  ���y>\  Groibra.;.  as -in  capacity  Never judge yourself by  of your neighbors.  the faults  "A Grand, Medicine" is the encomium often passed on Uickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup, and when the  results from its" use are considered,  as borne out by many persons, who  havo employed it in stopping coughs  and eiadicating colds, it is more than  jrand. Kept in the house it is always nt hand and it has no equal as  a ready remedy. If |you. have not  tried it, do so at once.  "IUches have wings." Don't believe  it; if they had they'd* fly our -way occasionally. Jf only by accident. .;  Minard's  Cows.  .iniment  Cures Garget  Ir  "Miss  Smith 'has  written  a  problem  novel,  hasn't she?".  .  "What is the problem?"  "How to make it sell."���Life.       ,  .  erwe-u;  -   '.     >' Exceptional,/--���    ,J:     . .-r-  Mrs". Wylde���Mr.'-WInKley, lsVquItec-,:  an unusual man, isn't he1ury>)'   -   ', '.;  ' Mr. Wylde���O, I'don't know. Y';   ,  Mrs. Wylde���O,'but he .l8.���Why, ,1 *'  saw him leaving Mrs._Wlnkley"at-,a.' <  street corner the oiher ��� 'day, - and he , -  took off his hat and was Just as polite ,  to her as if-they hadn't been-married. f~  ���Somervllle Journal.  s >    ,  jf   j   -   "���*.���'  "Sleeplessness.���When -theJi'nerves'  are  unstrung  and- ,the * whole , body  given, up to wretchedness, when'* the ;  mind is filled with gloom and dismal  forebodings,  the  result   of ;derange-'  ..u oi the" digestive organs; sleeplessness comes-to add to the" distress.  If ouly the subject could sleep, there--'  would  be. oblivion for a while  and1  temporary ' relief.   Parmelee's VVe'ga-..  ..able Pills will-not only induce,sleep,,,  but will act so beneficially' that the .  subject will wake refreshed 'and  re- .  stored to happiness.        -��  " '"    ���*!.--  -   Yf->1  : -wl  Keeps your body"1  ,   warm,   yet   lets  your skin breathe  ' ���knit, not  ir r     ,  "My cook never lets qie set*foot in'  the kitchen.    Does yours '.' i,*-,.,~X   .--��  "O,   yes;   I  always  do   the" cooking  when she wants to go out, btifc-^Jifc b'ust*;  puts out what I need and looks pp the'  rest."���Baltimore American'.'o ttiii , .< ,  Minister SpfcaRsj  to Mothers  .".       *1~4,-J  -    '.    '\'.?l  ~'^'*-*-5  woven,���  r���it fits,  ^does PEN-  ANGLE  ^Underwear.J  ^ Guaranteed  ^Against  Shrinkage  203  Tratte tfer/c  rTrade-^markedin red. In a' i  Variety of styles, fabrics and'  ^prices,   for women, .men and  ���Children,    'and      guaranteed.  Deafness ls tho result, and unless toe  Inflammation can bo taken out and tnii-  tube restored to Its normal condition,  hearing will be destroyed forever; nine  caBes out of ten are causod by Uatarrh  which is nothing but an inllamcd condition  of  the  mucous  surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Hollars tor  any co?e of lleafness (caused bv catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall'a~(Jatarrb  Oure.    Hend  for circulars,  free.  If. J. UllENili:  & UO.. Toledo. O.  Bold  by  Urufffflsts,  '/io.  Talie ilall'B Family I'llls for constipation.  BEECH AM S nrstfhln^  In tho  Morning  The haphazard use of a - remedy  will never discover its efficacy. Try  Beecham's Pills morning and night,  and note the improvement in your  health.  iA��BBEeCHftM'S  at  Night  6o\A Everywhere.   ' In boxes 25 cents.  - '��  lri2At  Tails Bit Wife's IxpwlenceCfJM tfw  Salle of Other SutttUBtssj  The following* letter has been sent-"  to Dr. T. A. 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Itteespeiially  adapted for -people who are *- run  down from any. cause,-, especially  Coughs, Colds," Catarrh, iiiGrippe,  Pneumonia, Consumption'"and; all  stomach or organic' troubles." It  has oo substitute.      . ���rI- ,,���,������  V-\'-'5i|  -���"���I  * v,  - ��y\  -- ** i  "Dad,"  inquired  Fieddy,  "what is  a  'flgure o�� speech'?"  "Wheie's      your      mother?"      asked  "Dad," cautiously.  "She's    downstairs,"     answered    tht  boy.  , "Well, then," began "Dad," "a figure of speech, my son, is a "woman."���  Harper's  Weekly.  Vlinard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Big Elk Horn  Jumbo, the big bull elk of former  Congressman Alexander Billmeycr's  game preserve at Washington, Montour  county, shed his horns on "Wednesday.  They are tho largest that have ever  been secured at the Blllmeyer preserve,  one side measuring fifty-nine Inches  and the other Ilfty-oight Indies. Measuring the entire length, Including all  of the prongs, there la twenty-nine  feet and nine Inches of horn. Tlicy  weighed twenty-seven pounds. Mr.  Blllmeyer now has In his preserve  seventy-live deer and eighteen elk, besides large quantities of smaller game.  This ls accounted the largest game  preserve In the state.���Philadelphia  Record.  . Holloway's Corn Cure is the medicine to remove all kinds of corns and  warts, and only costs the small sum  of twenty five cents.  Clothes and Their Wearer.  It ls curious how clothes becomo  Btamped with the wearer's personality,  lust as shoes and gloves adjust them-  belves to the wearer, bats take on a  something that. Instinctively reminds  one of the wearer. It ls curious, but lt  lsso. ..������*���  Plm Money aad Training.  For the girl who Is to remain. at  home and wishes to earn her own pin  money thero ls no better way than to  take the catering off her mother's  hands. One young girl of seventeen  did* this last summer with most satisfactory results. Her mother gave her  at the beginning of each week a certain sum of money, the amount she  knew from experience to be sufficient  to cover the regular expenses of the  table for the family. Whatever the  young daughter could save from this  amount was to be her commission. By  careful selection and payments of cash  for meats, vegetables and fruits she  saved weekly from $1.50 to $2.50. By  this method she learned the value of  money; she also laid the foundation for  a well conducted future home of her  own, when she will not be classed with  the "Incompetent youru5; housekeenero."  Cemetery of 4,000 Dogs.  A beautiful- dog cemetery was  founded on the He des Ravageurs,  near Paris, in 1899. There are already  4,000 "graves" in the cemetery. Some  of them, leased for a long term, have  cost as much as 2,000 francs. The lowest price paid for any concession is  5 francs, and the expenses of the most  discreet burial are 25 francs. Visitors  to the cemetery pay 50 centimes as an  "ehtfarfce'feeT- On-~one_oi-the-tomb-  stones they may read, "Homage to a  faithful heart," and on another, "Here  lies Black, killed by a civilized savage." The above victim, explains the  keeper, died at the hands of an indignant concierge. Another marble  slab mounted on cement rock contains the following: "Neither name  nor date; what -matters it?" And  again, "Beneath these stones reside  the material remains of that which  during its life was my joy and my  consolation."  Jterr York'a Foundation*.  New York city ln Its foundation material represents the two ends of the  great geological series ���the archaean  and quaternary ��� that Is, crystalline  metamorphlc rocks, flanked and In part  covered with the drift deposit and other evidence of the glacial epoch.  Horse. Jumps dinner Table.  Prince Charles of Hohenzollern, who  has been visiting the King at Windsor, is in command of that crack Prussian regiment the First Dragoons ci  the Guard, of : which King Edward  is honorary colonel. His Serene Highness belongs : to < the non-reigning  branch of the great Hohenzollern clan,  and he fully .shares; the military tastes  of his distant kinsman, the German  Emperor. The First Life Guards were  required at short notice to give a;  musical ride for his special benefit.  After the ride he was entertained (and  let us hope impressed) by some remarkable feats of horsemanship. A  trooper of the regiment, in full review order, jumped him horse right  over a table laid for. dinner and decorated with flowers and lighted candles, then got off and made his: horse,  riderless, jump the table, which had  been made broader by the addition  of a number of-benches.  The Last of.His Legion.-  Apostolos Mawrogenis, the last    ol  the Greek champions of   liberty    of  1821, has died at the age of 114; Mawrogenis was born at Piraeus in. 1792,  and on account of the cruelty;of the  Turkish Government had to flee with  his parents to Italy, where he later:  studied medicine. When the war of  independence started he formed a le-;  gion of the Greeks studying in Italy  and with it served under the   command of  the great Kolokotrom. He  continued in the army for forty-five  years and retired as surgeon general.  It is estimated that 3,000 marriages  are daily performed throughout the  world.  ���and all ttomaeh  and bowel ditoiden.  Maket puny babiei  plump and roty. Proved  by 50 yean' tucceiiful  use.    Ask your dniggut  for it-  Norses' ud Mothers' Treasure  -25c-6bottl��$li5.-  IDni|& Chemical Co.. Limited  *��^  Montreal.  Yon cannot possibly fiavt  a better Cocoa than  A delicious drink and a sustaining  food. Fragrant, nutritions and  eQc-iomlcal. This excellent Cocoa  maintains the system in robust  health, and enables it to resist  winter's extreme cold.  dPRONOUNCEO af K��H)  la for sale at all dealers, ai 60c and  $1.00 per bottle, or write direct to  Dr. T. A. Siocum, Limited, 179  King St W..Toronto..'  There is no other remedy "Just  as Good" as PSYCHINE."  Dr. Boot's Kidney Pills are a sure and  S-rmanent cure for rheumatism, Blight's  igoase, Pain in the Back and, all,forms  of Kidney Trouble. 25c per box,-'at all  daaleis. '_  " ,h~rf?r  kafVI ,  V"lnat ihsAK-.el  , mother* loiu ita  terrora urban tha  medietas cabinet contain* ��"bottle-of  that (amou* old remedy, -      v   ��� ���  JoH^Kr^1  Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers  in i-lb. and i-lb Ting,   c  LlNfMENT  For INTERNAL and EXTERNAL tiie"  Dr. A. Jobtnon kuew humanltle* seed*  when In 1610 be perfected thli wonderful  roinnljr (or lung and throat trouble*, M  well *��� (or cuta, burn*, brutaee, aora and  lame uiurirloa 25 and &0c. At drugoiit*.  I. 8. join-Bo!* A CO.,'Beaton, *����*.  *:H:E-:  wmffl  ;eGRR,UGATED  Good Reasons  WHY OUR  Corrugated  Iron  b Preferred.  by Those Who Know,;   .  We use only beat,.Apollo or  English sheets. .,' ,  The corrugations are pressed  one at a time���not rolled���fitting  perfectly, both at ends and 'sides  without waste.      '      '.'-/��� Y)  No scale, pin holes'or other  defects are ever found in our  goods.  The galvanized sheets are  coated on both sides with 'all the  galvanizing material that can .adhere to them.  The painted sheets.tire coated  on both sides with. best, quality  paint. , ,.,., ,.  .  We furntsh any size or gauge  required ��� either' curved'lor  straight '*       '  "���'  If you desire durable -quality  and certain economical satisfaction, send us your specifications  or write for further information.  1  NO CHEAP TRASH THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA1.  :Tn  Published in the interest of the people  '"   'of Moyie and East Koot.enay.  P. J. "SMYTH, Publisher.  imiofl  I.ABEI.  The Dakota a W.regk,  BATES OP MUIlSCnlPTIQN.  030 -.year...*. ,  ..?2.00  SATURDAY  APR L C, 1907.  Talk   happiness.      People   get  tiredof hearing of your wce-\  ���The poncert in aid of the fire  hall will be a sticcess, because the  talent is here to make it -such.  , l-Jow for a good, strong pull for  a fire hall. Tt is up to every prop-  -erty holder in town to do his share.  -���J      ��� ~ ���  In Nelson a fruit land boom is  in'full sway and the land brokers  -aresaid to be growing wealthy.  ��� ��� a i  ifever were there so many  Eastef-' bdfinets in evidence in  Moyie. This an'unfailing indication of prosperity.      '  ? ���    .' '.,���������  ., Chicago apparently does not  -w&nt municipal ownership. May-  br Dunne was' badly defeated at  tfi& election last Tuesday, falling  18,000:votes behind F:: A. J^ijsse,  thefWinker.T' ���''��� '    -    -���-   -'��� .  The Great Norther liner Dakota,  which went on a rock about 00  miles from Yokohama last week,  is said to be a total wreck, and it  will be impossible to save the big  vessel. Her stern rises high in the  air and the forepart is totally submerged as fav as the second mast.  She lies about a . mile off shore,  near eape Nojimasoki At the  tinie of .the disaster there were  seventy passengers on board including fifty-five saloon and fifteen second cI^fo, but* there were  no fatalities- 'Tad ' recent * interview Jim Hill made the statement  that he would build uo more  boats as large as the Dakota "and  Minnesota, that they were too big  tb be of practical service.  I. O. O. F.  Wilde/ Lodce No. 4-i.  Meets Tuesday eveninga in McGregor  hall on * Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. MacFarlane/  Noble Grand.  F.  Will Be Lord Athabasca.  The Montreal Witness says Lord  Strathcdn'A, will retire from the  position of high commissioner for  Canada', 'and ��� that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier is to take his place and be  raised to the-peerage under the  title of Lord Athabasca.  J. Smyth,  Secr'y.  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37.:  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  ven'ihg    in   McGregor  hall at' 8  o'clock.   Veiling brothers invitod,  0.  A. i'ooTE, ''   F. J Smyth,  nee Hor Com. - '    K. R, and S-  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71  W, F, of M.  Meets in McQregpr hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  GAINS  $250  .  Buys lot and large building, suitable  for house pr 'para, on Victoria street."  1  $l,20O -  L'ot and seven room  house.   House  well finished and in good location.  J. L. Gihbojj;?,  President.  Jas.  Roberts,  Secrctarv  Reduced Rates for Settlers.  f*.  ,.. , General l^ooth- says that tainted  mbney'catf-be'lrtiriiie'd by -vashi'ng  It "in** widow's tears. - Soap and  fwatep would no doubt be' just ��� as  " Effective and save the holder the  ���trouble of 'hunting tip a sweeping  - widow every time he suspected  impurity in his cash. -  '    f' u ���>'(' -v.. '<���*-������g-rgi���.���--���  .' The,Cranbrook Herald has en-  .*' toped upon the tenth -year 'of its  -publtiatibn,' and it5 is nbw' a 'tenfold better newspaper than it was  \n its5 first year. ' The Herald has  been-good to: Cranbrook, and in  rejiirii the people* of C-.-anb.rook  ' .-Mv'e bden good'-'to .'the   Ilerald,  ��� T?s .mal��inS' a strong combination:  ;:'*0Jd'5VIanV;Simps6n is certainly to  ; be congratulated on his enterprise,  ���-rr7- .: ���,������:.:,-T^rr-n-?���-.., ;.,. ,- . .  ���.": "'-Moyie* Pufilio''School.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company announce reducrtiqu in  fares from Canadian Atlantic  Ports to the Kootenay District  for settlers arriving in Canada  after April 25th. The rate from  Montreal to Moyie is $29.75.,  Through reduced rates from  Great Britain or the Continent  quoted   on   application   to   local  agents" or J.  S  Nelson. ,  Carter, D.   P. A ,  A Woman Tells How tn  RuIIevo  Itli-iumallc Palna.  I have been a yery great' sufferer  from the dreadful disease, rheumatism,  for a number of ye.us. I have tried  many medicines but never got much,  relief from any of them until two  years ago, when I bought, a bottle ol  Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I found  relief.before I had used all of one bottle, but kept'ou applying it and soon  lelt like'adifl&irenfcwoman. Through  my advitie m'uny of my friends have  tried it and can tell yon how-'wonderfully it has worked.���Mrs. Sarah A.  ,Cole,140 S. New^-Stf., Dover, Del.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a liniment.  The re'.ief from-pain which it-af-  fqrds .is alone Worth nia'ny times 'its  cost. It makes rest and sleep possible.  For sale by the Moyie Drug & Station  ery Co.*t  ��� *���-.*,        ���   - ���  mmmmmmm���mm^mmmmmmmnaintij, Lmmammmmmmmmmmm  Harvey,    McCarter  &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   ���   -   B. CL  $500  Lot in   center   of   business district  with small building.  -     $75P )  Two story building and lot, situated  in business center, Store room 15x40.  Terms,'one-half down, balance'oh eas.  payments. Cheaper if spot cash is  paid.' Clean.title. Biggest bargain in  tholia^. " -    "'   "-*      ���*���*������"  $800  Three houses bringing in a rental of  $U& month.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ���  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISIJXD,1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets, - 113,000,000  BANK MONEY ORDERS  n  ISSUED AT THE FOU-OWINO RATES :  $5 "and under ;*.'..,     3 cents  Over $5 and not e-cceeding $10     6 cents  *.>��   $io       ��-..*-"��������*,���. $30   10 cents  !-    "   $30       !' ��' $50    15 cents  These Orders arepayable at pa-p at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank.  .5 (Yukoq.excepte^),' and at the principal banking points in the United States. *'���  "-'   They^arejnegotiable'at $4.90 to the �� sterling in Great Britain and Ireland,  yhey foiir*, 'grj'.excellent' method of remitting small' ship's of money with safety  and at small cost, and'may be obtained without delay'at any office" of the Bank "'  CRANBROOK BRANQH,4^ F.G.MALPAS. M(SR  =5  $400  Will buy four room nouso und  two  lots.   .-P200 clown and balance on time.  W, F, GURD,  BARBISTKK, SOLICITOR, T3TC.  CRANBROOK. B. C  C. H. DUNBAR    :  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  .   Cranbrook, B. O.  DR. F. B. MILES,  X>JE33NTTXS-X-.  Cranbrook,     y    B,  C.  mmmmmm'  Notice of Sale,  ."'    "- '"   .". Report-for Ma'rah*  -  SENIOR'DIVISION. \  v   '       -������   -.-General, Proficiency..  Fifth.':, 01ass:4^Arthur    Crowe,  836i.'      ��� '. .;.;;,.;     <;>  ��. "Senior Fourth Class: ��� Christina  ' Blackburn;   8624';"'*Williarh ��� Attwood, 3328; Martha Keaney, 3130;  'ItassellH.>iwke, 3125;. Mabel Lut-  ?i"aep,�� -2540; ' Edith .'- Hawke,   2309;  ,,'  Lillian "Schulze, 2280; .Ethel* Bren-  i   ton,I603ritf: .'"-*���-:     "*    y,,'  i Junior Fourth Class:���Cecil Lar-  j son, 2588;Hirr7 Crowe, 2153; Al-  ; yern�� Brenton,. 1744.   .        ,:   .,  .   ,> .Third .^ Class:���Nina   Attwood,  -;   29Q3;#Loiite'ilElmor,.2886r  Oscar  ;'  B,urqh, 2Q7.3; Wellington Brenton,  ' , 2820;'Frabk Conrad, 2262; Dorothy!  -   ?lackburn,.2111; Loretta fordwn,  ;' \ 1070;. Annie eaville,- ��� 1*857; ��� Yera  "Brown, i850: James Bait, 1042.  x J. BatVA, Saville, iM., Keaney,  H.  Crowe, i.E. Brenton,'. A.. Brenton and W. Jirenton were'i absent  foriperiods.ranging -from 1A ,to C-V  days. ��������� . i.       .,      .. , .       i,/ ,r'  ..,,. .JUNINOIt DIVISION.  Second Claas^lloy'Burch', 1030;  Boy ��� McEacheru,. 1598; Willie  .���"S.tewart.i, 1549-1 Edward -Gibbons,  1446; John Blackburn, 1410;. Eva  Sljmson, 1400; 'Bella* Crowe,- 1389;  Jimmy.* lljbcrtson, 1365;. Teed  Crowe, 1328,;, George ,* Feroglia--  ,(    1259; Jenny Patton, S57.'  *     <��� ,  : First Class;���Arthur Blackburn,  j   1299; ��� ��� Tammer- ���. Edwards, ���'��� 1*284;  ���    Eddie    i'Lutnor,   1283;.Mary Mc-  '  Qoach* ,1091;   Irene: Elmer,* 865;  *     Clara Whitehead, 865. Y-..  i ' ���'���������: rrt���1  Curcil of KHcumatlsm,  Mr. Win. Henry* of * Cnattanooga,  Tenu.j had rheumatism in his left arm.  ���    "The strength seemed  to have  gone  out of ihe muscles so that it was useless for work,"  ho saye.   "I   applied  Chamberlain's Pain $Ulm and wrapped  the arm in llannel at njgbt, and lo my  relief I found that the  pain  gntdually  left me aud the strength returned.   Iu  three vfvet-s the rheumfttisnn hnd dU-  ���^ppertr^d tunl has not biuce returned."  V irpublvil with rheumatism try a few  '    ttjppljcntions of 1'nin JGUlm.     Yf��u  arc  certain to.he pleased with   the relief |!'?.(ili?.!J5T*".V?.1^*^J^^Sl^-Si!1--!?!/1-?^._If^Jt*?-?!?J-fl*.^"ls"  l\  VALVULE    HOTEL     PROPERTY  * MOYIE,'b. C. '���  Under and by virtue of tlio powers contained  Ina^ortaiy.tyurtgaijc-, which will be produced  at tlie time' 6if tlio ���jfalc-', tli'qre ^-"1 be offiirca  for sale by public auution on-Saturday tbe  Twentieth day of April,- l'J07, at the holir yf  tou bieloclt fore'ua'on;-at th'e'oilicc of tbe'un'der-  ^igncd Solicitor in the'City 'of Craubrook by  John Hutchison, Esquire, 'Auctioneer, the following property, viz:  The INTERNATIONAL IIOTl!I,:,"MoyIe, B.' C.  otherwise -Known us Lot Three (.'*) in Illock  Three (3) LakesUore Addition, M-ip.iiSl of the  towntiite of Moyie, ou which lot is ejected a  valuable hotel building aud other improvements. ���.-.''���     -    ���   . ���       *- ..  Terms of Sale;   Twenty per cent of the  purchase money, to' bo paid at the time of sale and  the balance"wllhin*tcu"daj*8 thereafter.       r.  .'for fuffher   particulars .ijud' cpuilitions'o'  saieapply to,      '      '  "'���'      '     "     "W.'F. au'BbJ'  ' Solicitor for the Mortgagee. -   .  ���.-,   . Flnk.Building,  ' Oraiibrook, 'li.'C.'  Dated at Cranbrook, BYC.' this -lth day of  April, 1007. .        !     -".,'.    ���!'  ' . NOTICE..  Notice is hereby given thnt, 60 days after date.,  wc intend t^ apply to the .Chief Ctjmnygjiloucr  of Lauds and WoVks for'permission to purchase  SO acres of pasture laud, more or les5':���Commencing'at the uorlh'-east corne^ post .'of Lot  64*22, on tlie Moyie 'ltiver, thence south -0  chains, thenco cast-to chains, thence- nortli to  th'o Moyie River, tlieuce dbwu stream to  place  of *ebniih'eii'*jcmcnt.',     i', ���  " ,  Mioyie'U.'fcV " '"      '���   '  Dated this 2'ith day of March, 1��7.  ",   '    , ALLKNi/OKD,  "    ' " ' '     JAM'KS RO'BJ'llTS.  -NOTICK, .    -*���  NOTICE h\ hopby given t)iat30 days after  date,, I iutend to apply to theHcmbura^le^hlcf  CommisHlonec qf Lauds aud vVorks for n special  licence to cut and'Carry^ away timber from the  follo'wlug.descrlbcd lands, in Soi^th-East Koo-  teuay':4-Coiiinicueiug at a post plau'ted at the  South' West CoriieV. pf ^lyilllam Bates' Timber  claim near Tunnel Crce't, thence South 120  chalus, thence East 40 chains, theuce'North 120  chains, thence M'est 40 chains to place of coui;,  moiicement.1 ,   ,  Dated thcStti'd^y of March 1007.-  ,  , ' i,;. ,i Afc D. *>[ac,Donald,  . D, Stowart.'Ageut.  MINERAL A!OT. ".  '   (I'ORM'F.)   ''���  Certificate of Improvements.  which il aflords.     For   sale   by   Ihe  IJiyij D/ug & -Jutijaery (J >,  '    '    ,'"' NOTICE.* ' 5li*    -:" ���  "Cumbrian" Mineral Claim, situate in the  FortSt9,e|e.Miiilii{; J3iviis\ou of East Kootenay  District.    " ,  '��� ' ". ."  Where located:���Adjoining and to west end of  the Grown Granted mineral claim "Lake Shore"  at Moyio, East Kootenay, B, C.  TAKENOTIiiE that I, Charles' A. MaeKay,  F. M. C. no. B. im actiug as agent for The Black-  MacKay Mining Company, Limited, Non Personal Liability, Free Miner's C'ertific No, B. 69B,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvement55*, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the abovi- claim.  And further take notice Jhat action, under  etton 37, must be commennod before thu '  Mianeo of such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 12th day of February, A. D. 1907.  Cii AI'LES A. M AUK A V ,  George fl. Thompson,  Barristkr, Solicitor, No  tary'Public, &c.  CRANBROOK,  r ' British Columbia  W, R.. BE ATT Y      ~  '' Etnbaliper and Undertaker,   '.-  Phone 89.    . "     CRANBROOK,  $300  Two room house and  lot, in good  location,   House rents for $8 a month.  ,: $700  -Largs warehouse and lot on Victoria  street. >  $4000      "  Large boarding house close to mine.1  All furnished and ready to move in.-  8600  Foui  room-house and lot.    Good  location.  Good lot in Goyemment addition.  $850  Seven   room   house on. Tayiatock  street,  .  Good residential lot in  dllion.  Farrell  ad-  !  8850  Two lots and   two  room house  on  Lake street.  Eleven residential lots in lake Shore  addition.  8600  House and lot, and garden.  $75       -  Will buy good.residence lot,  $175  Lot in Farrell addition.  These are only a few of the many bargains we have.  Just choose the lot or piece of property you desire aiid call  on us.   Ten- chances to one it is on our list.  The time to( buy Real Estate is when.the market is '���,  rise.    Moyie is a.great camp,    Why not own-a home in it?  ELL & SMYTH.  Insurance. . Real Estate. ' Collections.  DRINK  CALGARY BEER,  The Best Bottled Beer made in Canada today.  For QUALITY and PURITY it is UNEXCELLED  A. L. IcDERMOT  Wholesale Wine and Spirit   Merchant.  Cranbrook SOLE AGENT   -  B.  C,  ' "OUI-i EASTER GREETINGS  takes the form'of an offer , to supply  vou with an unusally handsome Easter outfit.'5 We haye secured an (exceptionally, attractive collection of modish  fabrics. . :..  TO MAKE INTO   CI,OTIIING   FOR  .   ,   .:      .   YOTJ.      '    ���<  ���"Tlie~patterns���.are���exclusive^   You"  cannot g^fc them elsewhere.   Tbe car!  icr.ypu call   the   \--idcr your- choice.  Such "goods are too line* to remain long  unordered.  Cleaning,   repairing    and  pressing abne;. .'���������   ��� ���      '��� ��� '  XL FOOT  M0YIR  B. C  FOR THE WEAK  there is no finer tonic thaii our  BEEP, IRON AND WINE.  Only the best and purest ingredients are emploped in its making  and its effects'are immediate aiid  permanent. ������,������.!���  ���'   KEEP A BOTTLE  in the house.'  For that    tired   or  rundown feeling there is nothing  better.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  BUY YOUR  Ci.$mrsLir&w> ���  Tobaccos.  EEOM  A B. Stewart  & Co.  P. BURNS & CO  JUSTV   RECEIVED   A  SHIPMENT OF  \  : HAMS-y  .    ���AND-- ' '  ��� bacon ;  In all the JPrincipal  Cities and . Towns in  _Y_Br itish_Oolumbia   '���' MOYIE,-B. C.''������  aa;  GREAT STOCK  REDUCTION SALE.  We are overstocked to the extent of $20,000, and  , this surplus must be reduced. ������    .   -      ���  . SALE BEfllNS TODAY..  WE ; WILL  PAY ���-'      ,  RAILWAY FARE ''"*'.'  /  i ���*,   ,  -.���*'���, ��  .Any pel-son purchasing $15 worth of goods at  sale prices,-providing not more than half is groceries,-will have the price of their double fare ticket  refunded, v"     ��� ���--     -   "���    -- ���-���- _  Cranbrook Go -Operative Stores  ' LIMITED.  ��t9999999999999SGG���9>.G*sG999999999999&9999999999999999999  to  i��  M0xYIE  ;    ��� P. F. J0EMS10M  Thia Hotel is New and well Furnished  The  Tables are* Supplied with the Best the  ;    Mai-Ket affords. The Bar is Filled with  ;    the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  ���ii-      HEADQUARTERS FOR COMME1RCIAL  .    AND MINING MEN  MOYLE ���. - ��� ��� - ��� UniXISH COLUMBIA  <v  %  it/  iii  ����������� Cfi���e ���6e���e������55S���ee���������6e9a3-$*����������dS33 )S*39a^39���6������>��:����* '  Movie  ���       -   c/���������  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  Summers & Thompson.  "--���-      PROPRIliTORS.'  . STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  Oigara,  Tobacco, Confctionery  Truits, Eto  b5 .*  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. B. SMAIili, Munaqer. ''  Good rooms, good tables and bur  ' and  first cliiss sample roiTje.  Wm. Jewell'  FA.RRELL'BLOCK,  St.  Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  hoarding and'Day SqIiooI conducted by the Sisters bi St. Joseph, Nelson1}  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characterize each department. Pareiits should write for  particulars. One month'assures the  public of tbe thoroughness of the.  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terras  commouco January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during; .er-i',  "��� Express and General .Delivery   Business.    Livery  and;  Feed Stable. ,  'Leave Orders at  . ' (Jhvy'nnu's Stnrp.  MOYIE       ' Bntish Columbia.  ���THE���  -       '  DESATJLNIEK BROS,   Props.  t ' .     i , **�����  Large sample, room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations. :  "'  Headquarters for   Corn-  mercial��nd MimugMeu.  *    Queens avenue,     '  moyie, b. c  As. im da by the present brewer  is   admittedly   tbe  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best Malt and  the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled /or quality.  Insist on having Moyie Beer.  Bottled and Draft Beer.  ^  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  "   "'    ' '      MOYIE, B. C,  O. F. DESAULNIER  DEAIER IN  . PEOMET DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  A.   GRENIER.  .Crjintyrook, B. C.  AWNING J\\AKER,  TARBAULIiN,  BLANKET MAKER.  Mado on short notice and at  "' 'lowest prices.  CANADIAN  i�� \   ^BJUfflLna  REDUCED  Atlantic ���  PATES;  Seaboard ;  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ckanbrook and Moyie "  Kootenay Points  Effective for Trans-Atlantic ' Pessen-  gers arriving on or subsequent 'to  "     ArRIL 26. ';  COLONISI1   iRATES  From   Points  Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces  St. Paul, Chicago, and  United _ States  On sale daily till April 30th.  Send fo^ yoiu* lriends whi,le the rates  are low. Full particulars ou applica-"  tion to local agon Is, or ^nt?.'  ' l '  J. Attwopd, Age^ti Moyie.  J. 8 CARTER,  Dlst, Pnss. Agt  " Njlsaa,  E. J. COY.LT?,  . Ass't Genl. I'as��, Agt  Vancouver,  -&.>  i*t*^ ��� %-^ ���*r^-i*a.s/--r^-1jTci��*��*r���-i^JVT" j-'to-v' r-f ��-'-',-^i-'^ *���"**�����* -


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