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Array fo��/  m  ^  MAR?-1907  tCyes cavctiffly tested.  .A proper fitguaranteetf.  3VILS0N, Optfcian.  "Year vratcli   will   x-e-'  ceive   careful   atten'tioii  when left with us.  YVHSON, ih. J wcler.      *  VOL. 9, NO 47.  MOYIE, B. C,    MARCII   2.  1907.  *2 A YEAR  I Wtar-g Tte Is aa  f Absence of Progress,  the jbacilli of decay is sure to be  present, for without growth the'rexan  be no .progress. Growth is progress.'  . The ,j3tpjt;e that does not expand in  stocks -and ^pateoriago, must be contracting*. There can be no "stand  still," in the wide-awake, go-ahead,  present.  WE ARE PROGRESSING.  *��� Our   stock  of .spring  goods   is  larger than ,eyer.  R.CAMPBELL&CO  **^K<  trnmu  WILL NOT  . . CLOSE MINE  Lords Day Act Will  Re Ignored. .  Kearlv All   Daily  Papers  Will Appear on Sundays  as usual-   .  GENERAt NEWS NOTES.  A civil and .criminal assize court is  to bo established at Ftruio.  There is a movement onjfoot to institute a JJubekoh .degrep lodge in  Trail.      <  The Ktwrtie Ledger has Jpasseil into  the linn da,af the Uui'.ed Mine Workers  of America..         Governor Gooding signed the billo  Thursday creating Bonnerl and Twin  Fulls counties, Idaho.  Coal  Stocks  are today the -best stocks to invest in.  International Coal & Coke, Alborta Coal & Coke,  Nicola Coal <fc Coke, B. 0. Amalgamated.  ���  ' Wire or W.r,ite.  Beale & Elwell  CJPA^BBQOK .MOYIE, B, C.  Spring Cleaning Time  will be hene soon.  Mo#handles, Brooms, Brushes*.:.. .  Soap, Gold dust/Pearlijie,  Bon Ami., ete.,  FITCH'S.  '^x  Notwithstanding the fact that  the  Lord's Day Alliance Act went into effect on March Is*, everything will   go  along in the same old way   so   far aB  Moyie is concerned.    Superintendent  W. P.   White   inlormcd the  Leader  .this morning that as yet he had no instructions to close down the St.  Eugene, and   that   therefore   the   mine  wou'd be in   operation   tomorrow   as  .Visual.    The   provincial   government  wil*, at the coming session, introduce  halation regarding  the  Load's  D,iy  Observence Act.   Th,e executive have  now the   question   under   consideration, and will make  a  decision very  shortly, as lo the stand they wjll take.  Ponding such decision, no prosecutions,'  will' be  authorized  or  assented   to.  This action on the part of -the government means that the Sunday Obser-  vanca bill will not be put in force next  Sunday as expected.  The Nelson daily News, the Victoria  Colonist ��nd several of the other dailies in the province wi\l appear tomorrow   as   is' their  .usual   custom  Under the Dominion law no prose-  cutson can be iajien unless authorized  by tho proyiucial attorney-general,  and pending a dici-iion by tVe -British  Columbia govarinect as to '--..provincial  law nj prosecutions for infractions of  the Federal act will be authorized or'  assented to.     .',.->    -... _: *.'-.:'.-. '.  A moral wave has struck Phoenix,  and open .gambling has been completely stopped aa tbe first immediate re-  suit.    An eff.irt will b�� mado to import a  few thousand Doukhobor* to do construction work ou the Grand Trunk  Pacific.        ,  The general opinion* at 'Ottawa is  that parliament will prorogue on April  7, two days after L mvier and ministers  leave for the new colonial conference.  BOAfD 0t)T=  LINES WORK  Plan For a New Fire  Hail  Committee   Appointed   to  ���Gaavass  thp. Town fox  SabsoijptionB*'  A court of revision of the 'provincial  voters' lists will be held on -May Gih.  The provincial voters' lists -are used  also in Dominion elections. '  ���5S?***  '     MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. !$.  Hotel Kootenay  \  ���  *   '      \   -   , ' s  The best pf accommodations J  fyr the Traveling Public. |  j, S Largo &jii .Commodious Sample Rookis.- Billiaxd-Eooms.-^-j*���  McTAyi��H & CAMERQN Proprietors.     ' ������ ���  |  z^^***-**---}*'5-'}* ^:>5T5ar-t5Js^rw w *vr^vs' w'ww^. ���*vr7v^ ww^ w~www %  BSIc^  tcrf^r^T^  POm  FORGET  That 20TH ���ENTJJRy BjRA&JD Men's Fine Tailored Garments-  the very make of clothes |that all the best dressed trav.eilfli?s  wear, the clothes that nm woni by thousands pf young men  in Toronto, Mpntreal^ ^yinnipeg and all the leading Cities,  can be obtained right here. Dozens of patterns to. .choose  fi-oin-rgrejjit s��y}e; great fit, moderate prjpfi.  %.r,&. HILL,  THE -LEAPING - LADJES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER. -: .  Li.1,   "     "���,    ,��� '.....', ..!���.,..Bt'-UtU.MJt    ���   '  ���'     J  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINflS DEPARTMENT.  " ������������i;i^iyiJi!����iiiw^B!iiWP��iPPWP mi  Depo^ of $1.00 or lipwards received,  There ti no better investment than a Sayings  Ifanl5- deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  Interest   allowed at  current   rates  and   eoin-r  p-jucded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J, F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  *jj*Ha&L-rfts^jefe- s)u��z.sltt.tUt -A-rfr-Arft*.-&j&1? xvrjirtslbj&rffrf>^>^ jAjjSi  " Big Strike Threat^.  A dispatch from Regina gives the  information that there may be a general tieup of the coal min"8 along the  Ciows Nest road. It says this may be ex  pected at the t-rmina'ion of the three  year agreement between the operators  and miners which expires on Inarch 4.  This strike would effect every coal  mine in the mountains, in Alberta and  in Saskatchewan. The tying up of  the Crow's Nest mines would aiean  the closing dowij of the supply on  which the C. P. R. depends for the  Operating of their engines between the  mountains and Fort William.  The men are demanding higher  wages, a uniform eight hour.day, and  fortnigbtlypayrollspnooe-o^whichtho  operators are inclined to concede. Ua-  Jees a settlement is reached before  Much 4th, a complete tie up of all the  western Canadian co.U n-tines D*.U3t result,  John Mitchell; the miners' president  will be in Calgary oq March 4th/  LATEE.'  Fernie, Feb. 27.���There is absolutely no truth in the despatch horn Regina re6ar'ding strike of miners in the  Crow's Nest district. The present  agre.ement d**es not expire until March  31st. The opjritors and union ofli 5.i.iln  pieet in Caig-iry on March *llli to  muke arrangemeuiB for a n *w agrei--  ment. No strike id unticipttcd in  fur nie or auy p trt of the (Orow'a Nest  .district.       Gave Opening Dance.  Messrr. McTavish & Cani'e on gay-.* a  grand opening dance at tl;o Hot'I  J��ootenay Wednesday evening and'a  Jjig .cro>vd took advantage (if the op-  jportuuiiy of luving a to..'d time/ A  dainty lunch was served at midnight.  The Kootenay ia enjoying excellent  patronage, and tjje new proprietors  have every reaspn to be phased with  their venture.  Ths Qun Club.  The Moyio (3un Club held a meeting in C. A. j?oote's store '-Thursday  afternoon and elected the following officers: W. P. White, honorary president; R. Carqpbell, president; W.. P.  Bromley, secretary-treasurer; A, W,  DaviB, field captain. The club- will  meet eyery Tni*rBdiiy afternoon at the  recreation grounds for prucljce.  A Vancouver special says' that W.  A. Galliher, M. P., for this Riding, will  shortly open a law office in Vancouver  It is said that his principal client will  be ono of tho new transcontinental  railways.    Many are m (king enquiries as to  whether or not there will be special  rates over the C. P. R. in connection  with tbe Dub'in exhibition which will  beheld this summer. We' are told  there will be no reduction.'of rales on  .bither rail or steimship in .connection  with   Uie exhibition. -    "  Most of the hotel keepers;.of Nelson  are raising on the price of board. On  aud alter March 1 - the rae'.U tickets,  good for 21 meal--, will cost $6 in place  of $5 and no single meal will be served  under 35 cents. Thie latter arrnnge-  nieuts chielly applies to tlie midday  meal, which has heretofore been'served  foi 25 cents., The satr^o <has been done,  in Cranbrook.    ',  The Trail rifl * association-intends to  convene its annual r&eeling nn or  about ihe 7th of March. The silver  cup presented by W. H, Aldridge to  the Trail Rifle association, ha3 arrived,  and is one af the most fcsaujiful triumphs of the jewelers art ever seen in  this cection, says tbe Trail News,  A new fire hall, lo cost in the neigh  bbrhood of $750". ...  Town to be lighted by electricity.  Laeal telephone system and connection with long distant lines.  A bank.  These are a few of the improvements'  which Movie will  have   very   shortly.  The board of trade   is   putting .forth  every offjrt to bring thom about, and  as quickly as possible.  An enthusiastic meeting wis held  Monday evening and -11 of these matters were thoroughly discussed.  D-38-iulnier, McTavish and Smyth  were appointed a committee on electric lights.  White, Macdonald and Farrell were  appointed a committee on the fire hall.  C. A. Foote tendered his resignation  as chief of the fire bris-.ide, aud R.  Campbell was elected to succeed him.  The board will again meet next  Wednesday evening in' the Loader  office, when the reports of tho committees will be heard.  Situation at Butte.  The count of votes of the Butte  Miners' union shows that the proposition fixing the scalo of wages at $4 per  day carried by a large mnjority, and  will go into effect May )L. Contrary to  reports, the Amalgamated mines will  not be shut down. Superintendent  John Gillie says mining will continue  as^usualT^butTall^deyelopemeht^and  construction work will be suspended  for the present. Companies will de-r  vote all time and energies to taking  out ore and making copper. The  miners say their vote is simply a request for a raise of 2=5 cents per day  and that it is not likely a strike will  result, even if their reqiiest is refused.  The vote of the miners' union on  the increase of wage scales resulted as  follows: 2349 in favor aud 1063 against  the new scale to take effect May 1..  Many miners did not vole.  Two thousand njlo^w Were dti-  cbarged from the .Amalgamated rnjqea.  Meeting of Wijisf Club.  The "xMerry Wives' Whist Club" met  at the home of Mrs. G. B. Brown  Thursday afternoon. Those present  were Mrs. Ayres, Mrs, IJonner, Mrs  Foote, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Higgine,-  Mrs. V/-t .Eachem, Mr?. Macdonald,  Mrs. Manning, Mrs. H. Stewart. The  officers of the club are Mrs. G. B.  Brown, presi lent, and Mrs. C. A Foote,  8 cretary and treasurer. . The next  meeting of the- club tyill be at the  home of Mrs. Bonner on Thursday,  March 7ih.  Fatal Fire in School.  One of tho most appalling disasters  in tl*6 history of Canada occured on  February 26tb, when the I^ochfelaga  Bcbpol near Montreal,paught..ijre and  tho teacher and 16 of liter pupils were  cremated. .Tbf re \yere no fire escapes  to the building. Miss Sarah Maxwell;  principal t-t the school, wis 31 years of  age.. -The children who were killed  ranged from 3 to 8 yoars old.  BETWEEN  THE TWO  the _ differocnc.i'us. only  a  matter of taste and a few  cents   in   price!   . Some '-  people   prefer   Mdclia,  others Java.     People  m py   fry   11 at tea  and coffee are not  healthy drinks. Nonsense! Like every tiling else,  thep are abuseb by excess, We sell the pure,  whoHesome kinds that you like,  GROCERIES  in -great variety���palate pleasing and priee tempting. Ask thy purse what thou shouldsi # buy and  it will say our groceries.  MacEachern & Macdonald  LOCAL NEWS.  The Crosby Benefit.  The sum of ,$80 was raised , at the  benefit concert which was given in  McGregor hall last night for Mr. Crosby. .The-hall was -packed, and the  big crowd thoroughly enjoyed every  number on ths program.  Eruest Marsden, who is an accomplished pianist, dt-lighteil the audience  with his selections.  Mr. Sowerbutts eang three songs,  and received hearty applause. He  made a special hit with "Any Rags."  W. P.Philhppsand Mr. Davis did  somo step dancing which was anything  but slow.  Geo. Roberts, Boos Joits and Robert  Smedley i-eijderad vocal selections  which were wel.l received.  Miss Maud Bolen gave two recitations Which denionctxati'd that she is  an elocutionist of more than average  merit.  Fred Perkins' {shoved.bis ability as a  comedian as well as a vocalist, and   no  one can accuse him of buiug troubled  in the least with that malady known  as stage-fright.  Joe McLaren c.vn make ah acoordian  almost talk, and Thos. Bates and  Frank JJIark adtjod greatly to the en  tertainruent with their concertino and  mandolin duets and solos.  .Moyie has some cpleudid local talent  and jt was never in better evidence  than last night.  In all some $350 has been raised for  Mr. Crosby.     The   money   is in'..the  hands of three good   men,   who   will  ses to it that the funds will bo expend  ed Judiciously.  Important to Labor.  Mr. Justice Morrison has rendered a  decision of importance with reference  to tho working of the'Alien Labor Act.  By it, tbe Mundy Lumber company of  Revelstoke, was directed to pay $200 to  Richard Nicol, an employee who had  been displaced, by . oho S'.ack, and  somo other unskilled laborers, io <'efen-  dent's mills, who had como from the  Uujted States. 4-ltUongh the cohipiny  is an extra provincial one wifh headquarters inPennsylvania, Justice Morrison held that the advertumi'nl ottering Yankee aliens work ii-''British  Columbia, with the additional encour-  agenieut of prepayii).j; transportation  and providing the aliens with a lunch  basket-.was'ii'"'contract" within the  nieanJRK pf the Alien Labor Act," and  therefore a violation both ol its spirit  and letter. Tho extreme penalty let  $1000, but Justict* Morrison thought  the company ...waB ignorant of the  sweeping nature ot tho act, and bunco  imposed a letter penally.  House icr rent. Apply to Farrell &  Smyth.  Miss Breta Peterson was home from  Cranbrook for a day.  Geo. Whitehead returned from Spokane yesterday.  D. J, Elmer was up from Kingsgate  thti .week visiting with his !aroily.  J. L, Gibbons and son, Edward, art-  down at Kingsgate on a short outing.  Nat Darling, the cigar drummer, was  giving    hotel    men   the   glad  hand  Monday.    4  Rev. G.'H. Findlay was in Nelson  this week attending the Prosbyterian  conference.  Mrs. P. G.', Routh returned Thursday from Montreal, .where,she��� anso1  the winter visiting with"'"relatives."-"...'  Geo. Leask and John Hutchison  wero up from Cranbrook Thursday to  adjust the fire loss on the Fairell  block,  Arthur Dandurand was called lo  Rossland this week by a telegram to  the effect that his fat hor wi'.s dangerously ill.  Theie will be a meeting of the local  aerie oi Eagles in McGregor hall next  Monday evening. There will bo an  initiation.  J. Peck S'a Swa'n, one of the test  printers that ever came over the pike,  returned to Cranbrook Tuesday. Peck  waa employed in the Leader ofine  turning out some artistic work for our  many patrons.  METAL MARKET,  Chas. Farrell is up from Pincher  Stalion on a visit. His many friends  are pleased that be was not hurt seriously a short time ago when ho was  repairing the gas Ugh ti tig plant is con-  uoction with his hotel.  James Roberts and Joseph McLaren  leave tomorrow to attend tho sixth annual convention of District No. 6, W.  F. M. which meets at Rossland. The  Industrial Workers of the World have  also been askod to send delegates to  this convention.  A good attendance is deeided at the  Odd Fellows' meeting next Tuosday  evening. Grand Master F. E. Simpson .of Cranbrook will pay tho lodge an  official visit, and he will bo accompan  ied by some otbor Cranbrook members.  Refreshments will be served.  J. J. Dougan, of Vancouver, secretary of the British Columbia Associated Boards of Trustees, visited the  Moyje schools on Monday, and expressed himself as highly gratified  with what he saw and heard. A con-  yen tion of the Associated Boards was  recently held in Nolson.  Miners' Election Today.  The members of Moyie Miners,  Union No. 7J are holding their regular  semi-annual election today. Tho  balloting started at oue o'clock and  will close at eight this evening. Moat  of tbe old ofl)-;era will be re-elected by  acclam ition. James Roberts, the  preseut secretary, is the only candidate for that cilice; Tho contest for  president is between Til js. Bates anil  Joe McLaren, whilo John Taylor is  tho only  Ciiiiijidato  for vico pri^i lent.  Nkw York���Bar  silver, C9| -oenta.  Lead, $fi.  London���Lead, ��19 10s "   "  CRANBROOK.  Prom the Herald:  Ross Tate of Cranbrook ia opening -  ���ijewelery store in Lethbridge.  J. A. Harysy and G. II. Thorappon  were in Rossland this week on legal  bU8ines-*.,  Dr. and Mrs. King expect to leave  for Victoria next Monday, whero tho  loctor will take up his labors as mem-  b r of the local house.  A R-ibekah lodge with a membership  of more than forty members was instituted yesterday by Grand M,iBtei  Simpsin^of th-* 1. O. O. F^^and lpd-j'---.-  " R. E. Bertie and J. D.'. McU.ride will',  bo the delegates from Cranbrook'',to  tbe meeting of the A.5*80iiat*d Boards  of Trade, which will convene at Greenwood on the 15-.li.  "Tommy" Gallon, for a   number  of  years connected with   the Cranbrook;  branch of the Imperial Bank, left thi��  morning for Revelstokt*, where he has   ,  been assigned for duty.  G. II. Gilpin, one of the pioneers of '  East Kootenay and ono of the shrewdest business mon who over engaged  m business in this district, arrived on  Tuosday from Davenport, Wash., for a  .  few days visit with old friends.  M. B. King has recovered sufficiently to be removed from the hospital to  his home last Saturday. T-.is will Im  good news to Mr. King's many friends  Ihidughout^the^CbumryT^wlio-have "_  watched for favorable reports on his  illness ever since he was taken to tha  hospital.       ���.       ,  Attending to Business.  Fred Starkey, president of the Nelson board of trade, has recoived a wiro  from W. A. Galliher, M. P.. mying  that it was very improbable that tho  efforts of the western paintmen to  lower the tariff on the lead would be  successful. Mr. G.illihor added that  he was attending to the matter very  closoly and would give it every attention.  Too Long,  Mr. Meanly���"1 aee thoy are wearing gowns longer this year,"  Mrr. Meauly (.fiercely)��� ''Well, if  they wear 'em any long-'r th*m I do,  they will have to make 'em out of  sheet iron."  WATCH   REPAIRING.  A3 C. P. R. watch Inspectors wc are in a position to  repair your watch thoroughly-'  so as to make it a reliable  time keeper. We guarantee  satisfaction.  Mr. E. A. Hill  of   Moyie is our  agent. '  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and  Graduate Opticians,  CRANBROOK, B.C.;*;  0!lioial Watch Iri��p->c'to"r'f--ir C.  P.   R,  Oiott'15 Nc��l J.\*8<j D.vitfiou,  . '  *-  .    *''-     ji***/-5:      .' .* .' --   -  ���"*���>*-���'    i'    J* -*'   -. ,*    *        -.<*r.    --  .    ,~ -"^'^><''tI^H.-^^^A>J.-V4---V4V-*.*-*5'������,'���--"i?"/^--'*"-  V  ..''*& - fS-fc -rtHSIiftrnmi  THE LEADEtt, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  (������^ontiT-iued  From  Lnst Week.)  "I must �������� Baron Dangloss at once,"  she cried ln English, utterly disdaining  ber Instructions to ��� Baldos.  "Tb. baron Is engaged' at present  and can se* no one," responded tho  good looking -founfe officer ln broken  English.  '"Where is ha?" tho demanded nervously.  "Ho Is at tho house of Colonel Goaz,  the commandant. What la your business with him?"    _ .  "It ls with him, and not with you,  sir," she said, imperious once more.  "Conduct me to him immediately."  "You cannot enter ths gates unless  y*��u"-  "Insolsnce!*- exclaimed Baldos. "ls  Vila the way, sir, ln which you address  VLie princess?   Make way for her."  "The princess!" gasped the officer.  Then a peculiar smllo overspread his  face. He had served three years ln ths  castle guard at Edelweiss! There was  ��� long pause, fraught with disaster for  Beverly. "Yes, perhaps lt is just as  ���well that we conduct her to Baron  Dangloss," he Bald at last. The deep  meaning In his voice appealed only to  the unhappy girl. "There shall be no  further delay, your highness!" he added mockingly. A moment later the  jcates swung open and they passed  through. Beverly alone knew that they  Were going to Baron Dangloss under  heavy guard, virtually as prisoners.  The man knew*.her to be an impostor  and was" doing only his duty.  There were smiles of derision on the  faces ef tbe soldiers when Beverly  ���wept proudly between the files and  up the steps leading to the comman-  tent's door, but there were ho audible  remarks.' Baldos roiiowea," 'wantrdg  painfully, but defiantly, and Aunt Fanny came last, with the hand bag. The  guards grinned broadly as the, corpulent negress waddled up the steps.  The young officer and two men entered  tbe door with the wayfarers, who were  ordered to halt in the hallway.  "Will your highness come with me?"  ���aid the officer, returning to the hall  after a short absence. There was unmistakable derision ln his voice and  palpable insolence ln his manner. Beverly flushed angrily. "Baron Dangloss  is very curious to see you," he added,  with a smile. Nevertheless he shrank  a bit beneath the cold gleam ln the  eyes of the impostor.  "You will remain here," she said,  turning to Baldos and the negress.  "And you will have nothing whatever  to say to this very Important young  man.'' The "important young man"  actually chuckled,  "Follow me, "your most royal highness," he said, preceding her through  You aon't mean to say that the  princess tried to find me ln St Petersburg?" cried Beverly ln wonder and  delight.  "That was one of the purposes of her  visit," said he brusquely.  "Oh, how Jolly!" cried she, her gray  eyes sparkling. The grim old captain  was startled for the smallest fraction  of i} minute, but at once fell to admiring the fresb, eager face of the visitor.  "Tho public at large ls under the  Impression that she visited the czar on  matters of Importance," be said, with  a condescending Binlle.  "And lt really was of no importance  at all, that's what you meau?" She  * smiled back securely.  I ' "Your message Informing her highness of your presence In St. Petersburg had no sooner arrived than she  set forth to meet you In that city,  much against the advice of her counselors. I will admit that she had other,  business there, but lt could have waited. You see, Miss Calhoun, lt was a  great risk at this particular time. Misfortune means disaster now. But  Providence was her friend. She arrived safely ln Ganlook not an hour  since."  "Really? Oh, Baron Dangloss, where  Is she?" excitedly cried the American  girl.  "For the night she is stopping with  the Countess Itallowltz. A force of  men, but not those whom you met at  the gates, has just been dispatched at  her command to search for you in the  lower pass. You took the most dangerous road. Miss Calhoun, and I am  amazed that you came through ln  safety.'-;  "Tbe Russians chose the lower pass,  I knew uot why. Of course, 1 was  quite Ignorant However, wo met neither brigands nor soldiers, Axphain or  Graustark. I encountered nothln*;  more alarming than a mountain lion.  And that, Baron Dangloss, recalls me  to the sense of a duty 1 have been neglecting. A poor wanderer in the hills  defended me against the beast and was  badly wounded. He must be taken to  a hospital at once, Blr, where he may  bave the proper care."  Whereupon, ui m-i request, she hurriedly related tlie story of-that trying  journey through tbe mountains, uot  forgetting to paint the courage of Baldos in most glowing colors.. Tbe chief  was deeply Interested In the story of  the goat hunter and his party.. Thgye  was an odd gleam of satisfaction In"his  eyes, but she did not observe lt.  "You will see that he has immediate  attention, won't you?" she implored In  the end.  "He shall have our deepest consider  atlon," promised he.  "You know I am rather interested because I shot him, just as If it were  not enough that his legs were being  torn by the brute at the time. He  ought not to walk, Baton Daugloss.  If you don't mind, I'd suggest-an ambulance," she hurried on glibly. He  could not conceal the smile that her  eagerness Inspired. "Really, ne Is in  a serious condition. I think be needs  some quinine and whisky, too, and"'���  "He shall have the best of care," in  terrupted the captain. "Leave him tc  me. Miss. Calhoun."  "Now, let me tell you something."  said she, after due reflection. "You  must not pay any attention to what hi5  says. He ls liable to be delirious and  talk In a terrible sort of way. You  know, delirious people never talk ra  tlonally." She was loyally trying tt-  protect Baldos, the hunted, against  any Incriminating statements he migb*  -make   .<&&;.  "You  an  Mist   Beverly   Calhoun  o)  -   ' Washington."  the door that opened into the office of  the commandant. Baldos glared after  them ln angry amazement.  "Young man, some day���and soon���  you will be a much wiser soldler--and  ln the ranks," aald Beverly hotly. The  ���mile Instantly receded from the Insolent fellow's face, for there was a  worW of prophecy In the way she said  it. ..jmehow he was ln a much more  respectful humor when he-returned to  the hall and stood ln the, presence of  the tall, flushed stranger with the ragged uniform.  A short, fierce little man ln the picturesque uniform of a Graustark officer arose as Beverly entered the office.  His short beard bristled as though lt  were concealing a smile, but his manner was polite, even deferential. She  advanced fearlessly toward him, a  wayward smile struggling into her  face.  "I dare say you. know I am not the  princess," she said composedly. Every  vestige of fear was gone now that she  had reached the lino of battle. The  doughty baron looked somewhat surprised at -this frank way of opening aa  Interview.  "I-am quite well aware of it" ha  said politely.  "They say you know every one, Bar-  <ra Dangloss," she boldly said. "Pray,  [who am X?"  The powerful'.official looked at the  smiling, face for a moment his bushy  eyebrows contracAnfe^yft so slightly.  There .was a sham&eslf ikfteak of dust  across her,-cheek, but theii*, was also  a. dimple there that, appealed to the  grim old man: "Hlsaeyes -twinkled as  he- repjfedr. with fine "Obsequiousness:  "Ypii are Miss Bcfrerly Calhoun of  .Washington." v    .  CHAPTER,.I?.  '.\\\  HVERLY'S^eyes. 'showed her as-  ' tohlshmenf.' 'Baron' ''Danglogs  I'courteouslyvpIaLcea' a chair for  'her and asked her td-be seated.  ;".     "V^e.-'were 'expecting.you,' Miss Cal-  V noun," he e"xpjaIrie"d.--V!Hcr royal hlgh-  * ness left j St,-xPetersburg but a few.  - hours after "your, departure, having unfortunately missed tou.'.'        ...    .  "Quite right, Miss Calhoun," said tbi  baron very gravely.  "'And now, I'd like to go to the prln  cess," said Beverly, absolutely sure ot  herself. "You know we are grea��  friends, she and I."  "I bave sent a messenger to announce  your arrival. She will expect you.'  Beverly looked about the room In per  plexity.  "But there has been no messengei  here," sho said.  "He left here some minutes before yov.  came. I knew who It was that came  knocking at our gates, even though sh<>  traveled as Princess Yetlve of Grau  stark."  "And, oh, that reminds me, Barou  Dangloss, Baldos still believes me tc  be the princess. Is lt necessary to���  to tell him the truth about me? Just  at present, I menu*? I'm sure he'll rest  much easier if be doesn't know dif  fereutly."  "So fur as I am concerned, Miss Calhoun, be shall always regard you as a  queen," said Dangloss gallantly.  "Thauk you. It's very nice of you  to"-  A man In uniform entered �� after  knocklng at the door of the room. H(-  saluted bis superior and uttered n feu  words In his own language.  "Her royal highness ls awaiting you  at the homo of the countess. Miss Calhoun. A detail of men will escort you  and your servant to her place."  "Now, . please, Baron Dangloss,",  pleaded Beverly at the door, "be nice  to him, You know It hurts him to  walk*-- Can't you have him carried ln?"  "If he will consent," said he quietly.  Beverly hurried into the outer room  after giving the baron a smile be never  forgot. Baldos looked up eagerly,  anxiously.  "It's all right," she said in low tones,  pausing for a moment beside his chali  "Don't get up! Goodby. I'll eoine to  see you tomorrow. Don't be in the  least disturbed. Baron Dangloss has  his Instructions." Impulsively giving  him her hand, which he respectfully  raised to his lips, she followed Aunt  Fanny and was gone.  Almost immediately Baldos was requested to present himself before Baron Dangloss in the adjoining room.  Refusing to be carried In, be resolutely  strode through the door and stood before the grim old captain of police, an  easy, confident smile on his face.  Tha  ui<i<;n puica once more covered his eye  with defiant nssertiveness.  "They tell me you are Baldos, a goat  hunter," said Baron Dangloss, eying  him keenly.  "Yes."   -,.  "And yon were hurt ln defending one  who Is of much consequence in Graustark. Sit down, my good fellow." Baldos' eye gleamed coldly for an Instant;  then he sank into a chair. "While admitting that you have done Graustark  a great service, I am obliged to tell  you that I at least know you to be  other tha*i what you say. You are not  a goat hunter, and Baldos ls not your  name. Am I not right?"  "You have had Instructions from  your sovereign, Baron Dangloss. Did  they include a command to cross question me?" asked Baldos haughtily.  Dangloss hesitated for a full minute.  "They did not I take the liberty of  inquiring on my own responsibility."  "Very well, sir. Until you have a  right to question me, I am Baldos and  a goat hunter.' I think I am here to receive surgical treatment."  "You decline to tell me anything concerning yourself ?"  "Only that I am injured and need relief."  "Perhaps I know more about you  than you suspect, sir."  "I am not in the least interested,  Baron Dangloss, ln what you know.  Tha princess brought me Into Ganlook,  and I have her promise of help and  protection while hore. That is all I  have to say, except that I. have implicit faith in her word."  Dangloss sat watching him ln silence  for some time. No one but himself  knew   what  was   going   on   ln   that  shrewd, speculative mind. At length  he arose and approached the proud  fellow In rags.  "You have earned every consideration at our hands. My men will take  you to the hospital, and you shall have  the best of care. You have served our  princess well. Tomorrow you may feel  Inclined to talk more freely with me,  for I am your friend, Baldos."  . "I am grateful for that, Baron Dangloss," said the other simply. Then be  was led away, and a comfortable coi  ln the Ganlook hospital soon held his  long, feverish frame, while capable  hands took care of his wounds.. He  did not know It, but two fully armed  soldiers maintained a careful guard  tutslde bis door under Instructions  from the head of the police. Moreover,  a picked detail of men sallied forth  into the lower pass in search of the  goat hunter's followers... ������  I'i'o Be Continued.)  The Great Jenner.  An Englishman had occasion to go  often to an eminent physician and said  to Jeames, "You will be tired of opening the door for me." "Not at all, sir,"  was the gracious reply; "you are but a  hunit ln the hocean."  Another Jeames was accustomed to  say during his master's occasional absences: "Yon had better try hopposlte.  There's a very respectable man hopposlte as we often Bends to when Sir  William Is habsent His name ls Jenner."���London Mail  Bow Long tbe Btlla Last.  A dollar bill has an average life of  about fifteen, months. Two dollar bills,  not being 'quite so actively used, last  on the average more than sixteen  months. A five dollar bill lives on an  average two years before lt ls worn  out and the government ls called upon  to replace it Ten dollar bills last about  three years .and twenty dollar bills  more than four years.���Youth's Companion.  No Bars-alns.  "Eternal vigilance," shouted tne orator, "Is the price of liberty!"  The women electors exchanged  glances.  "That Is the same price as last  year," they remarked and shrugged  their shoulders.  There were no bargains to be had,  and they lost interest in the proceedings.  Tbe Scbool.  "How do. you get those clinging  ways?" asked the country cousin.  "Hanging from street car straps,"  answered the city gill���Washington  Herald.  A City ot tbe Pa-it.  ' Rimini ia full of associations with  thrilling people of the past It was  here that Caesar crossed the Rubicon.  We crossed ourselves on the very  bridge his feet had touched. It was  here, too, that St. Anthony came to  preach and, finding no people who  would give heed to him, turned in despair and preached to the fishes, who  raised their heads out of the water to  listen to him. There is a chapelwhich  mark* the spot where he stood by the  water. In Rimini lived Paolo and  Prancesca, the tragedy of whose love  every one knows.--Travel Magazine.  The Grand Canyon.  Vast as the bed of a vanished ocean,  deep as Mount Washington riven, from  its apex to its base, the grandest canyon In the world lay glittering below  In the sunlight like a submerged continent At my very feet so near that  I could have leaped at once into eternity, the earth was cleft to. a depth  of oyer 6,000 feet���nbt by a narrow  gorge,' but by a gulf within whose  cavernous immensity Niagara would  be indiscernible and whole clues could  be tossed like pebbles.���B. W. G. .Wesson in The Wide World Magazine5.  Xilce the Mythical Dragon.  In the Malay archipelago is a reptile)  much like the mythical dragon. It has  false ribs that extend the loose skin  and form its wings. There is also a  frog with spreading feet that makes a  parachute which enables It to flit from  tree to tree, and a flying lemur that can  spread out Its whole, body like an umbrella and leap and fly a hundred feet  at a time, from the top of one tree to  another.  GIRLS ENTERING  WOMANHOOD  FIND BILEANS A BOON.  Mothers who have daughters just  on the critical borderland over  which the girl passes into the fuller  life of womanhood, will find Bileans  a. great boon. They make rich, red  blood, and strengthen and invigorate the internal organs involved in  the great change. -Mrs. T. Beadle,,  of Home Place, Toronto, Bays: "My.  daughter, Elsie (13), was feeling-far-  from well this winter. She coin-:  plained of frequent headache, and  was always weakly, tired and  drowsy. She seemed altogether  without energy or strength. Each  morning her,, tongue was .coated and  her appetite - iailed. She was sometimes so dizay that on stooping 'she.  almost fell, and' she was .also troubled a great deal with constipation.  One single box of Bileans made a  world of difference in'n'erj and so I  continued to give her this remedy.  Within a few weeks they built her  ���up wonderfully and they are keepi-  ing her in. the best of health."  Bileans also 'cure anaemia, green  sickness, , debility, sick headache  constipation, piles, rheumatism, sciatica, and all liver and kidney  ailments. They tone up the system  and enable it to throw off colds,  chills, etc. All druggists and stores  sell Bileans at 50c: a: box, or obtainable from the-Bilean Co., Toronto,  for price.    6 boxes sent for $2.50.  The Rising Tide.  A rather stout lady wm enjoying  a bath at Scarborough. She kept a  tight hold of the bathing. machine  rope and;gave quite a.juvenile scream-  let as each wave of the incoming tide  tried in vain to lift her from her feet.  On the sands close by-sat a countryman paying his first visit to the seaside. As the tide brought each successive wave nearer to the position he  had taken up he cast' an indignant  glance in the lady's direction. At last  an extra big one came splash, and  the holiday suit was ruined. ' Flesh  and blood could stand it no longer.  Jumping up, he shouted in a voice  which completely drowned a nigger  minstrels' chorus: "Hi, Fatty I If tha  dnnnot stop thy blessed boppin tha'll  be droonin   folk!"���London Mail.  An American, Most Likely.  The "seeing London" automobile  rolled out Piccadilly in the direction  of Hyde Park.  "That,* ladies and gents," rhouted  the guide as they passed an ancient  edifice surrounded by a high brick  wall���"that is the town house of the  Duke of Dea, one of our largest landed  proprietors:"  The eyes of tho beautiful American  on the back seat were illumined with  sudden interest.  "Who  landed  himF"   she   cried.  TORTURED     BY      INDIGESTION.  Dr.   Williams   Pink   Pills   Cured   After Doctors  Had   Failed.'  Mrs. T. J. Tobin, 368 King street,"  Quebec, wife of the circulation manager of L'Evenement, is ��� one of the  best known and most estimable  ladies in the city, and her statement  that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured  her of a very severe attack of indigestion will bring hope to similar  sufferers. Mrs. Jobin says. "About  a year ago I was seized with indigestion which had an alarming effect  upon my health. Day-by day my  strength grew less. I suffered from  terrible headaches, , dizziness, palpitation of the heart and sleeplessness.  I was in this condition for about six  months. I consulted" two dictorc.  and although I followed their treatment carefully it did not help me in  the least. Last October, seeing that  instead of regaining my health I was  growing worse, I decided to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. After I had  taken the second box there was a  change forHhe better, and after taking the pills for a month longth the  trouble entirely disappeared, and 1  am atrain enjoying the best of  health. I have so much confidence in  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills-that I always keep them in the houRe and  take them occasionally as a safeguard."  Just as surely as Dr.'Williams'  Pink_Pills eured-MrB"--Jobin's-indU:  gestion they can cure all the other  ailments which come from bad  blood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually make new, red blood. That  is the one thing they do���but they  do it well. In making this new rich  blood this medicine strikes straight  at the root of such common ailments',  as anaemia, headaches and " backaches, general weakness, nervous <**3_  bility, neuralgia, rheumatism and  the torturing weakening ailments  tnat afflict women and growing girlB.  You can get these pills > from any  medicine, dealer or by mail, at' 50  cents ai box or six boxes for. $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  ALMANACH DE GOTHA.  History   of  Thin  Old   and  World   Vm-  nioD*  Institution.  The Almnniieb de Gotba is more than  an almanac. It Is an institution  Bravely arrayed In red and gold, it lies  ou tbe table of every diplomatist. Is in  constant request In the newspaper offices of all countries and makes a wider  and more international appeal than any  other annual of reference in the world.  It is to Europe what Burke and De-  brett aha'the other peerages are to the  British isles, ihkI it Is also the lineal  ancestor and model of such topical encyclopedias as our Whittaker, our Ha-  zell and our. Statesman's Yearbook.  A political and social history of tbe  world for the last 150 years could  be written from Its back numbers If  these were readily accessible to students. But they are uot. The Alma-  .nach de Gotba began; to. appear In  1703, but the purchasers'dld not file It  for reference. The earliest numbers In  tbe British museum are those for 1774  and 1783, and a complete set can be  consulted nowhere except In the editorial office In Frledrlcb's Alice In the  little Thurlngldn capital. Probably not  one In ten thousand of those who currently use the almanac has any knowledge of Its interesting history.  It had of course Its predecessors.  Tbe bibliographies pf almanacs are  ponderous tomes, and the middle of  the eighteenth century was the golden  age of this kind of literature. In Paris  alone as many as seventy-three almanacs were published in the year 1700.  Including a royal almanac, an almanac  for merchants, an almanac for Freemasons, an almanac of beasts, an almanac of badinage, etc. The city of  Gotha Itself hud Its own almanac from  a still earlier date In the shape of an  "Improved Gotha. genealogical and  writing calendar," the origin of which  is lost in the mist of antiquity, though  a copy dated 1740 survives.���Francis  Gribble In Scribher's. -  Cold and Silver Goapel*.  The Gold and Silver Gospels" Is the  name of a very peculiar book now preserved ln the Upsala-Hbrary in Sweden. It ls printed with metal type on  violet colored vellum, the letters being  silver and the initials goldl- When it  waa printed, by whom or what were  the methods employed are questions  which have great interest for the~curious, but have never been answered.    -**.  ' r wnich ysau sshotr :  There was a Jere Clemens who was  a United S.tates senator and In bis day  enjoyed the usual-senatorial fame���a  fame which perishes whether lt spring  from four years' service or forty. After Jere Clemens' fame ns a senator  passed away he was still remembered  for many years on account of another  service which he performed. .He shot  old John, Brown's Governor-Wise ln  the hind leg In a duel. However. I am  not very clear about this. It may be  that Governor Wise shot him ln the  hind leg. However, I don't think It Is  Important. I think tbat the only thing  that Is-really Important ls that one of  them -rot shot In the hind leg. It would  have been better and nobler and more  .historical and satisfactory If both of  then) had got shot In the hind leg. But  It is of no use for me to try to' recollect history. I never bad a historical  mind. Let lt go. Whichever way It  happened, I am glad of It, and that Is  as much enthusiasm as I can get up  for a person bearing my name. But 1  am forgetting the first Clemens, the  one that stands farthest back toward  the really original first Clemens, which  was Adam.���From Mark Twain's Autobiography In North American Review.  A FEAT OF MEMORY.  Zan-rn-IU's Knowledge of the Famous  Trlnla of Hlatory.  As an Indication of the quality of  Zangwtll's mental processes I may relate an incident that occurred while  we were producing "Tbe Children of  the Ghetto." Mr. Zahgwill was seated  In my office, and we were going over  some of the details of tbe play. It wus  tbe day that Labor!, Intimately connected with the Dreyfus case in Paris,  was assassinated. Knowing tbat Znn**;-  will bad intimate knowledge of the  case, a New York newspaper sent a  representative up to see him. The reporter entered and after conveying tho  news said:  "Mr. Zangwlll, we want from you a  history of all the famous trials you can  call to mind for our paper."  "Indeed?" said Mr. Zangwlll. "I  think 1 can prepare that for you'. Come  to see nie In three or four days, aud I  will have lt ready."  "We want lt now," objected the  newspaper man. "We want to print It  in our paper tomorrow morning."  "But you surely don't expect me to  quote you dates and facts out of my  mind on tbe spur of the moment, do  you?" asked Mr.. Zangwlll ln astonishment "Such a thing ls out of reason."  "I'm sorry, but it's the oiAy way we  can make use of If replied the newspaper man firmly. Mr. Zangwlll thought  a moment and then asked if he could  bave my stenographer for a short time.  He' was called In, and Zangwlll dictated to him then and there a two column resume of all the famous trials of  history, from Savonarola down, and  quoted every Important date and historical , feature connected with each.���  From "Israel Zangwlll," by George C.  Tyler, In Bohemian.  Discovered  by   icrlurat.  |     The vast collection of the state pa-  : pers of Thurloe, Cromwell's state secretary, which make ehout 700 volumes,  was discovered by accident. They had  been bidden tn the false celling of a  room ln Lincoln's Inn. By accident, the  i fastenings   having  rusted  away,   the  s celling fell, and this precious collection  came to light  The Crowning Blow.  "Mothers and nurses have devised  and invented many ways of procuring  obedience and correct behavior from  their little charges," said a park police-  .man. "The familiar 'bogy man' is still  employed, but the times change and  the people with them. The last fine  day, when the park was filled with  mothers and nurses, I heard a new  "way of appealing totheloveorf ear_of  a child. A stylishly dressed young woman leading an irrepressible youngster,  after making all sorts of threats and  promise? without effect, said, 'Child,  child, you give me wrinkles under my  eyes!'"  To Core a Bad Babtt.  A way to cure a bad habit Is thus  explained by the Rev. Samuel McComb  In the New.York World: If you have  a habit you wish to get rid of put your  mind upon It after going to bed. Resolve to discard that habit at tbe moment you are lapsing from semiconsciousness . into complete unconsciousness. Repeat tbe operation several  nights, several weeks if necessary, and  cure will follow, provided that the day  after the first night the experiment Is  started you obey the Impulse that will  come on you to avoid the accustomed  habit  The Bad Place. 5 -  -'What! Fishing on the Sabbath?"  exclaimed the clergyman reprovingly.  "Don't you know that little boys who  fish on tbe Sabbath, go to the bad  place?" *���"���  "Huh, I guess dat's right" replied  the bad boy disgustedly. "I. couldn't 'a'  struck no worse place dan dlai'.  A Shlp'a Ropea.  There are, sixteen ropes on,a full  rigged ship���bolt rope, back rope, bell  rope, breast rope," bull rope, check  rope, foot rope, gift rope, ground rope,  heel rope, jaw rope, leach rope, man  rope, ridge rope, slip rope and yard  rope.  Halcyon Daya.'  Halcyon days'was a name anciently  given to seven days' before and the  same numbet- after the winter solstice,  when the ' halcyon, Induced by the  beauty of the weather, laid her eggs ln  nests built in the rocks close by the  brink of- the sea. The halcyon, or al  cedo, ls Id ornithology a kingfisher, a  genus of the class aves, order plcae.  BRONCHITIS IS  'COLD ON THE CHEST'  And   the   Most Prompt    and   Satisfactory  Treatment  Is  --.-.*---.'-'  *V~****  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Unseed and Turpentine  Acute bronchitis is none other  than what is commonly known ns  "cold on the chest" and is marked  by difficult brenthing and tightness  or soreness of the chest.  As a preventative Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed ��nu Turpentine  will, if taken in time, positively  prevent the symptoms of bronchitis  oi* cold in the chest.  ' As a cure it will entirely overcome even the long-standing cases of  'chronic bronchitis, .md it should  not be forgotten that, when neglected, bronchitis usually returns time  and time again until Ihe victim is  worn  out  by  its debilitating effects.  It is largely tlie extraordinary success of Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine as a cure for  broncllitis that has made this treatment so popular. People quite rightly reason that what will cure bronchitis will make short work of croup  and ordinary coughs and colds.  Mrs.  Richmond  Withrow,  Shuben-  ncadie,  Hants  Co.,  N.S.,  writes:  "I  have used Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed  and  Turpentine  with  good^suc-  oess.    My second daughter wastiou-. >  bled with bronchitis from the age of4'-  threc   weeks.    Oftentimes   1"; thought'1  she would choke to death.   .Thesev-  '  ernl remedies we got did not seem to  be of much use, but the first dose of  Dr.  Chase's .Syrup  of  Linseed   .and  Turpentine brought relief, and,'.further  treatment    made  a    thorough"    cure.'  This trouble used to come back from  time  to time,  but the cure is    now  permanent.    Dr.  Chase's    Syrup    of  Linsc'.-d  mul  Turpentine    has saved  us  many  doctor  bills,  and   1  would  not,  be  without,  it in  the  house  for  many timos its <*ont."  Dr. Chase's Syrup of  Linseed  and  Turpentine, 5*5 cents a  bottle, at all  dealers, or Kclmimson,  Hates & Co.,  Toronto.    To    protect    you    against ������  imitations,   the   poi trait    and  signa- -  lure of Dr. A. VV. Chase, tlie famous ���'  receipt  book  author,  nre  on    every  bottle.  LOVE   IS ENOUGH.  Love is enough.   Let us not ask for  gold.  Wealth breeds false aims and pride  and selfishness.  In those .serene arcadian days of old  Men gave no thought to. princely  homes or dress ;-  The gods who dwelt on fair Olympus'  height |  Lived only for dear love and love's  delight.  Love is enough.  Love is enough.  Why should we care  for fame?  . Ambition   is   a   most   "unpleasant  guest.     ��� -   - ..���,..  It lures us with the glory of a name  Far from the happy haunts of peace  and rest.  Let  us   stay   here  in   this   secluded  place,  Made beautiful   by   love's  endearing  grace.  Lova is enough.  i  Love is enough. Why should we strive  for power?  It brings men only envy and distrust.  The poor world's homage pleases but  an hour.  And earthly honors vanish in the  dust.  The proudest kings are ofttimes desolate. .  Let me be loved; and let who will be  great.  Love is enough.  Love is enough.   Why should we ask  fore moro?  What greater gift have gods vouch-.  * safed to men? ���.  What better boon of all their precious  store  <(han our fond hearts, that love and  Move.a2ain?   .  , , ,  Love ;is the only   sweet  that   grows  more sweet;  Sweet  love  is  ours,' and  life   is   all  complete.  Love is enough.  ���Ella Wheeler Wilcox.-  At the Town of Culture.  "Say! cried the passenger, angrily, "you've took me past Xremout  street."  "li you'll pardon me," replied tne  Boston street   car   conductor,    "you  mean  'taken,'      not  'took.'        .j\o\v  then,    move   expeditiously,    if ; you'  please."���Jfhiladelphia Jfress.     ���;  Sure  Regulators.���  Mandrake   and  Dandelion  aie    known    to exert    a  powerful influence on the liver and  kidneys,   restoring   them   to   health'-.'  ful  action,  inducing  a .regular  flow  of the secretions  and imparting    to  the. organs   complete  power   to   perform  tneir  functions.      These  valu-.  able  ingredients enter into the com- ���  position    of     Parmelee's    Vegetable-  Pills, and serve to render them the'  agreeable   "and     salutary    medicine  they are.    There are few piljs so effective as  they  in  their action.  At a farewell audience of King Edward and Queen  Alexandra,  Ambassador James Bryce    "kissed  hands"-  on his appointment    to the    uriusn  embassy  at  Washington.  Cloth Ba-ttona.  Cloth buttons are machine made, a  very Intricate piece of mechanism  stamping tbe metal, then cutting the  cloth, placing lt in position, drawing it  over the button und putting tbe cap In  place, leaving a projecting portion of  cloth in the center for the thread.  Hla  Horae  Mode  Him  Kin555;.  Darius was inade king of the Persians by the act of his horse. The nobles having disagreed,as to who should  be king, it wns concluded thnt all  should assemble nt a certain spot and  the rider of the horse which first neighed should be monarch, and the horse of  Darius gave him the victory.   '  Fo 111 ng^-Soot, l.  The falling soot from a chimney is a  tolerably sure indication of approaching bad weather.  Holloway's Corn -jure destroys all  kinds,-of corns and warts, root, and  branch. Who, then,' would endure  them with such a "cheap and effectual remedy within reach ?  The Great Composers. , "  At what age did the great composers  write their masterpieces? This question is answered in tbe London Musical  Times. The following table gives the  composer's name, his recognized masterpiece, the age nt which it was composed and the composer's age at death:  Bach..  Mass In H moll..'...    48...65  ���Handel.......'. Messiah    ............    66...74  Haydn  Creation     66...77  Mozart...'.','.'.. Don Giovanni ......    SI...36  Beethoven.... C-moll Symphony..35-38...56  Weber.........Frieschuta   .........30-33...39  Schubert C-dur Symphony..."   31...SI  Mendelssohn. Ellas        37...38  Schumann.... riano concert 31-33...46  Wagner Melstersinger   49-54.. .69  Brahms  D Requiem ..-. 32-35. ..63  This goes to show that composers between thirty and forty - created' the  greatest masterpieces.' Yet the composers above forty should not despair, seeing tbat Bach composed his mass in  II moll at the age of forty-eight, Wagner.'his ."Melstersinger". when fifty,  Handel his "Messiah" when fifty-six  and Haydn his "Creation", when sixty-  five years of age..  The Vampire/.  Vampire, or vampyre, was a name  given to an Imaginary demon which. It  waB pretended, sucked the blood of persons during the night and thereby destroyed them. These vampires were  supposed to animate the bodies found  fresb, florid and full of blood.  A new ui'iusn expedition to ..ie  Soum l-ole will leave Kngiand next  October. Its equipment will include"'  a motor car for ice traveling.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Distemper.  At the opening of the Netherlands  parliament the ministers had tendered their resignation to the queen owing to the rejection of the army estimates..  Tlie  man  who    pities .himself    always is puiablc.  Have You Eczema 7���IIave you any skin  disease or eruptions ? Are you subject  to chafing or scalding ? * fir. Agnew's  Ointment prevents and cures any and  all of these and cures-Itching,-Bleeding  and Blind Piles besides. 'One application  brings relief in ten minutes, and casCB  cured in three to six nights. 35 cents.  -71  An internal machine,' timed to explode after the family had retireu, is  reported to have been discovered in  a chimney of the house occupied by  Count Wittc, tlio Kussian premier.  Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent  of railway employes in the United  Kingdom "get more than $14.60 per  week.  KdoorS  REDUCE. YOUR INSURANCE!  METALLIC ROOFING G?i  ,'-.'...':..v:.-.'.-xi.iyii,TE'0/-'-- .-.������!  TDRONTdSsWINNIPEG  trains  They are often ��o Blight tint one U  almoft uh&med to call it a wnttn, and  yet tbe relation U close. Sometimes  a ttrain la more dangeroui, became  . neglected.  Therefore apply at once,  sC0N'S ArtooYN*  -^   "LINIMENT  because settoui remits hove come from  a ttrain���atlfl lointa, water on ths  knee, white ���welling, even amputation..  Usually a few dosea of Liniment curat.  26 centa, three times aa much SO cents.  1. B. JOHNSON & CO., Boaton, Matt.  flfi-ffins^fs  ^PERFECTION-:  ; PERrtCTION;  ���Vf-'i-ti��i." MituTi>*"o�� f*>;  5 or 500  or  A Tnrk'nh Jobe.  A certain sultan of Turkey was'very  fond of gossip and Rent for the banker,- Abraham Beg. to learn the small  talk of Pera nnd Stamboul. Aa Abraham was being conducted to tbe sultan's residence by the master of the  horse that functionary begged him,  should tbe sultan question him on the\  subject, to 'say that the funds "were  at 30, his majesty having been so informed by his ministers.  Poor Abraham consented.  He had not been long with Abdnl  Aziz when be was questioned as' to the  funds and replied as he had promised.  To the horror of the bnuker, the sultan expressed himself delighted and  handed Abraham a large bundle of  bonds to sell for him.  Abraham sold at 12 and paid Abdul  Ar-.lz  30.    The  sultan had originated I  t that little "joke." !  ,VVV.M  ���they arc all  alike.  ~   Each bitcuit  as light as if  made by fairy  hands.  Baked to a  golden "niiiet1*  brown.  So fresh,  and crisp, and  tempting, that  just opening the  box is teasing  the appetite.:  - And you  fi n d a new  -delight in every  one you eat.  ;.'.. Yon get perfection  when you get  MooHcy's  Perfection  Cream  W.     N.  No.     625  *%'- ^Xm.  THE LEABEH, MOYlfi, fcttltftSft COLUMBIA.  ,i*^#���   it*. v%  h  If  TWO POWERFUL  JNSTANCES  OF   ZAM-BUK'S    WONDERFUL  HEALING.  Here are*'two powerful instances  of the-varied ways in which Zam-  Buk, the great hernal balm, is doing good, throughout the Dominion.  Have-yoii'yet enjoyed its benflt ?-  Baby  Cured  of  Eczema.  Mrs. L. Taylor, of Pine Ridge,  Man., says: "I will never be without Zani-Buk in the house, as I  have thoroughly proved it. It cured  irritating Tash and eczema on my  baby's feet during teething. Where  there are children it is invaluable,  as it heals tlieir sores and injuries  in wonderfully short time.  Trodden  on' by   Horse���Bad   Bruises.  Mr. I). Gumming, of Springmpunt,  Ont., says: "I liuve proved that  Zam-Buk has extraordinary merit. ]  wus trampled on by a horse and my  foot was all black and swollen. J  could .scarcely move it the pain was  so bad. A few applications of  Zam-Buk cured the pain and removed the discoloration. The foot was  soon all right again, lt is a wonderful balm."  Zam-Buk is an all-round household balm. It is compounded from  purely herbal essences and cures eczema, ulcers, sores, chapped hands,  bruises, cuts, burns, etc. It also  cures rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, and rubbed well in over the  chest in cases of cold removes the  tightness and aching. All druggists  and stores se1l at 50c. a box, or  post free from the Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto,' upon receipt of price. 0  boxes sent for $2.50.  Several costly canvases, including  pictures bv Gainsborough and Keyn-  olds worrn $80,000 were cut from  their frames.and stolen.from ���Charles  Wertheimers' house in London.      ;  Much "distress and sickness in  children is caused, by wormB.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  gives relief by removing- the cause.  Give it a trial and be convinced.  Almost 7 per cent- of the cost of  operating a railway is for coal.  The 132" ship's of "the Spanish Armada carried 3.165 cannon, and  34,000  seamen  and   soldiers.  *' BABY'S BEST FRIEND.  Baby's Own Tablets have saved  many'a previous little life. There  is no other medicine to equal them  for stomach and bowel troubles,  colds, simple fevers or teething troubles. They are good for children of  all ages���from the Jiew born babe to  the/well grown child. And the mother has the guarantee of a government analyst that they do not contain' opiates or harmful drugs: Mrs.  John C. Gildart, Prosser Brook, N.  B., says: "I have proved that  Baby's Own Tablets are a great help  to mothers, and are baby's best  friend. They act almost like magic  and I will always keep them in the  house.'' -The Tablets-are sold by  druggists or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' - Medicine-Co., Brockville, Ont.  Official figures have been issued  -which show that the working ol the  British, Aliens Act is ineffective and  extravagant.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  The shah of Persia has agreed to  grant the popular demands and recognize  constitutional  government.  A Good Name is 'to' be Prized.���  There have been imitations of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil which may  have, been injurious to its good  name, but if so, the injury has  only. been tejnporary. Goodness  must always come to the front and  throw into' the shadow that which  is worthless. So it has been with  Eclectric Oil; no imitation can  maintain itself against the genuine  article.  Always  OBligm*;.  The  lair divorcee ��� beamed - on    tne  _South iDakota_3 udge_.  'It was awfully jolly    for you to  get  a hustle  on for the  sake  ol    a  heartbroken--woman,'' .:��� she '���< said,   "so  1  can  catch    the ; first ^ train;    but,  judge;- 1  want  to ;ask.one  more  fa:  ,,v6r.":���;.���; '   :���:,..;.;-'������.':" '-������'   ������:���   ���-, ':,' '":  The 'court beamed in-return.   '."'  "Would you mind throwing in witn  the decree a set of-application blanks  -for my   next  suit ?"    she  went'on;  "You: see, judge, I'm going to marry  again - right ^off..   Thanks   ever    so  much.    Aii\ fevoir.',' -: Arid "blowing, 'a'  kiss daintily in the direction -of the  bench she vanished. -r-*'l--ladelphia  Ledger. '';'-?   .''.^uA.'. '.-���   ;\-l' ���".''������".���:-  Salome-Was Finicky. *"  According to the New York Bun's  report of the t first.."iiieht: of': tlie .play,  .there-., came from the audience tne  most incisive and most sane, criticism  possible, ihe scene was that where  the Tetraroh, -Herod,.was trying to  induce Salome to dance before him.  whe declined. He, offered her wine.  8he replied she was not :thii*sty.'H9  offered her fruit. She said she was  not hungry. Then, came the small  clear voice from the pit. ;"Ary her  on a cigarette." And; the ' laugnter  almost broke up the show!  Ayer's Hair Vigor�� as notf  made from our new Improved  formula, does not stain or color  the hair even to the slightest  degree. Gray hair, white hair,  blonde hair is not made a  shade darker: But it certainly  does stop falling hair. No  question about that.  Pott not change ihe color of tht hair.  "formula with auk bottle  View It to your  ���  !* d'ootar  Tbe Cause of Trouble.  She���I can't understand why Lord  Basted wants a divorce. * His wife had  half a million when 'he married ber.  He���Yes, and she's got every penny  of it still.    Thafs tiie trouble.  Constant complaints never get pity.���  German Proverb.  Webster's Fine Talk to a Fish.  -1 had a chat once with old John At-  taquin, then a patriarch among the  few survivors of the Mashpee Indians.  He had often been Mr. Webster's  guide and companion on his fishing  trips and remembered clearly many of  their happenings. It was with a glow  of iove and admiration amounting to  worship that he related how this great  fisherman, after landing a large trout  on the bank of tbe stream, "talked  mighty strong and fine to that fish and  told him what a mistake he bad made  and what a fool he was to take that  fly and that he would have been all  right If he had left It alone."  Who can doubt that patient search  would disclose somewhere In Mr. Webster's speeches and writings the elaboration, with high intent, of that  "mighty strong and fine" talk addressed to the fish at Mashpee?���"Fishing  acd Shooting Sketches," by Grover  Cleveland.  .  A Literary Tragedy.  When Carlyle had finished the first  volume of his great work on the French  revolution he lent the manuscript to  his- friend John Stuart Mill. One evening soon afterward Mill entered Car-  Iyle's door, pale as Hector's ghost, with  the dismal Information, gasped out ln  almost Inarticulate words, that with  the exception of, about four or five  sheets the manuscript was completely  annihilated. Mill had left It too carelessly lying about and a servant, thinking lt so much waste paper, had burned  It. Five months of steadfast, occasionally excessive and painful toil utterly  lost! For three weeks Carlyle could  do nothing but read Marryat's novels.  Then one night, sitting talking to his  cook", he decided it should be written  again and eventually finished "such a  task as I never tried before or since."  Raskin's Opinion of Mrs. Carlyle. '  Buskin spoke with scornful amusement of such mistaken enthusiasts as  wished to enroll Jane Welsh Carlyle  among the martyrs on account of her  "man's" bad temper. He admitted that  Carlyle was frequently grumpy and  habitually melancholy���"but so am I"  ���and he was easily Irritated. "That  clever shrew," his wife, well knew this  and by the very tones of her voice aa  she "rasped out his name" could set  his nerves on edge In a paroxysm of  febrile irritation.���Scrlbner's.  '  Not In His Business.  "You fellows may find It all right,"  said the man In the corner of the  smoking compartment, "but In my  business I can't take people as I find  them."  "What Is your business?" asked the  man whose suit case was covered with  labels.  "I'm a. photographer.'-��� Cleveland  Press.  The market reports announce that  money is steady. Especially in its  outgo. . ' - --*���-  Impurities in. the Blood. ��� When  the action of the kidneys becomes  impaired, impurities in * the blood  are almost sure to follow, and genet al derangement of the system ensues. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will regulate the kidneys; so that  they will maintain healthy action  and prevent the* complications which  certainly come when there is derangement of these delicate organs.  As a restorative these pills are in the  first rank.  For Strains  ���of Back ���of Shoulder  ���of Stifle ���of Hough  ���ofWhirlebone -~-ofKnee  ���of Fetlock ���of Coffin Joint  ���of Pastern  Swelling  and all  Lameness in  Horses  use  Fellows'  Leeintajj's  Essence  Two or three teaspoon  fnls in a little Rum or Brandy,  cures Sprains, Bruises and  Lameness in 24 hours���takes  out all the soreness���and puts  horses "on their feet again."  50c. a bottle.   If your drug*  gist does not have it, send to  National Drag & Chemica) Co.  United, MentreaL    -7  Men] Fnsleitlus; f,ir Cove.  , Years ago ihe old i''uhioued stanchion  was considered the Ideal fast-^ulug fot  a cow. Theu followed a number of  other devices, all calculated to hold the  cows securely, but none 0�� them Intended to give freedom of movement  Beyond a doubt the ideai fasteuiu-; foi  b. cow Is the one -which pevmits her to  move her head lu any direction at will,  with a fastening sufficiently long so  that she may He dowu or step uround  a little. Of course It "will uot do lo  give her rope enough so that she will  get herself ln trouble or get other cow*-  In trouble.' Arrange the feed, botb  the gralu and the roughage, so that  she can reach It readily, yet uot so sht  can get at and trample it underfoot  Any sort of arrangement which will  enable the cow to live in* the raaiinei  described is Ideal, says Denver l-'ield  and Farm, whether it Is a box stiill  of black walnut or a fence stall with a  stout roue.  Tbe Scotch  Fir.  The Scotch fir yields Its timber for  making fences and props for coal pits,  but Its leaves also produce an oil which  Is used as an inhalation in consumption and as a liniment ln rheumatism.  Russian  Peasants' Hats,  Nine-tenths of the peasants in Russia live in huts without floors and too  low for a tall man to stand ln.  Gray's Masterpiece.  The manuscript of Gray's '.'Elegy"  remained In the author's bands seven  yenrs.-recelvlng. touches here and there,  and would not have been printed then  had not a copy loaned to a friend been  printed.  -��� Modern Greek.-  Modern Greek as taugbt in the  schools of -Athens Is so much like tbe  old language of 2,000 years ago tbat  ,any one who can understand the Alexandrine Greek of the gospels can -read  the new Greek gospels' as they are  read ln tbe churches \and can understand a great deal of the modern  Greek newspapers.  Tea.  Tea  was cultivated in China 2,700  years before tbe Christian era.  Cape Colony Forestry.  The Institution .of n forest department in Cape Colony dates from 18S1.  Since that time three-quarters of a  million pounds have been expended,  and the staff now numbers no less than  110 conservators and foresters. .  it is possible for a man to avoid  attending his own wedding, hut he  can't, get out of enacting the star  role at his own funeral.  Rheumatism will Succumb to South  American���Rheumatic���Cure���because���it  goes right to the seat of the trouble and  removes the cause. Many so-called cures  but deaden pain temporarily ��� only, to  have it return again with doubled viol? \  ence. Not so with this great remedy.  It eradicates from the system the last  vestige of the disease and Jts��� cures are  permanent.���74     ,:, ..---.���. "���'���.,;-'������.<*:'.i.  . Machinery, has ��� been purchased for  the development ��� of the coal mines  discovered at Vegreville, Altai, some  time ago. it is understood, that tne  deposits are rich; and 'if 'this ?proyei*'  to .be the,.case,,:there, will, will be  a good home -market for the product,  as the coal' now consumedMri-'.the  town .is brought.in from Kdmonton  mines, at something like $9' or5* ,f>10  per ton.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratcnt-s and  every form of contagious Itch'on human or animals cured in 30 minute's by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion. ,.;.  - Canada leads the world in. railway  mileage based on population. She  has -* a mile of railway for every 280  people. The next best is the United  States; with' a ratio of one, mile to  378 persons. "��� Canada1 has 21,390 miles;  of steam and' electric railway, and is'  no mean maritime power,".rankings  seventh.. She has .7,000���; registered  vessels, 100 lighthouses, ,'��� lightships,  etc., and .twentyreight life-saving stations. -In tonnage-of. vessels built in  1905 was' 21,865;*"an'd~the. total- shipping/was' 76,000,0M^toiiB,';'.j;  "';.*;.' vv v  ������I "������      '������'   '.'������������   -    ���,-~       "-"   r-%,-<,-'\ : -^*     ^,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows. . ,  Alk him about lt,  then do a�� bo says  Indeed, we believe it will stop every case  ���f falling hair unless there is some very  unusual complication, something greatly  affecting the general health. - Then you  should conaultyour physician. Also ask  him about tbe new Ayer's Hair Vigor.  u    mm>ttmj%mMt.O.ArnC^.U>wta,  Self Reliance.,.  f Healthful  physical... nhtf moral  environment is not only  the  desirable  heritage,    it is the , right    of every  child, a right of which too often >.e  is deprive .    Proper environment is  a..support  for    the. tender* .human  ! plant 'untilTit is  strong  enough,, to  standi alone, the.  protection^ of ": we'  j sapling  against  the  jolts" and  blows  ; of the life around it. '-��� ���������������      -' '���������������  But one day the props shou*a be  removed,, when chilaish things are  put away,; and, then . the. child,grown  to .manhood :must be-a map, no  longer, needing to be upheld and protected and thought for by nis n  lows, no longer a leaner, but one  who has courage and strength enougn  to live his life unhampered by an  unworthy, regard for him tha-, lite  will appear in the eyes of his neighbor; not only strength and courage  enough for that but enough to provide a leaning place, a strong sure  refuge, to somejittle child.  HOWS THIS ?  ' Wo oSar One Hundred-Dollar* Reward for a*)  caso ol Oatarrh that cannot ba cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.  We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney  for the laat IS years, and bolieve him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially  able to carry out any obligation!! made by his firm.   Waldimq. ^nouN_& MAims,   Wholesale Druggist^ Toledo, O  Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, noting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of ths  ���ystem. Testimonials sent free. Prloo loo- per  bottle.   Sold by all Druggists.  Tsha Hall'a Family Pills for ooultlpation;  _������:'..-���':  In the Coming Days.  Husband���Maria, this' is going to  be' a closely contested election, and  we'vei'-:got'".-to get uverybody. out.  You'll ..have to hurry, or you'll be  too late.  "vVife-j���Gracious, John! 1 can't vote  today.'. There's no use in talking  about it. 1 haven't a thing that's ht  to: wear to the polls.  20 Years of Vile Catarrh.���Charles O.  Brown, journalist, of Duluth. Minn.,  writes: "I have boon a aufferer from  Throat and Naaal Oatarrli for over 20  years, during which timo my head nan  been stopped up and my condition truly  miserable. Within 15 minutes after un-  ins Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder I  obtained relief. Threo bottles have almost,-if''not entirely,.'cured me." 50c.���  73.'  Marriage  Literally  a  Lottery.  That marriage is a lottery is not  merely a figure of speech' in the province of, Smolensk; liussia; it is an  actual fact. There four times every  year a lottery is held, -the capital  prize being a young country -girl,  with sometimes a good dowry in  sheep. The price of a ticket is about  85 cents. At a single drawing 5,000  tickets are sold. He who is. fortunate' enough to draw the lucky ticket  na's1 his 'alternative���he . may marry  the girl 'if she pleases him, also gaining thereby $4,250, in addition to  whatever, the girl. brings with her as  down, or, if the "prize" in question  does not please him, he can turn the  ticket over to a friend.  THE QUESTION OF LIFE.  Sinn's Progress nnd tbe Books of th��  Eighteenth  Century.  In what mankind called "progress'*  the world was led by Illusion, advanced by lies. Everybody hated work,  which was the only health. Even the  preacher spoke dolefully of "the curse  of Adam." E.crybody wanted to be  rich, which meant unhapplness; every,  body wanted to be Idle, which meant  death. Change was regarded as progress, and to And one different from  oneself was to find one worse than  oneself. And with all these I sympathized, knowing them to be 'wrong.  I had listened to moralists and before all was done discerned that a  question of morals was a question of  latitudes, and vice related to the equator. Cruelty was a creature of the  thermometer; the tropics tortured  what the arctics - nursed. Happiness  was born of contrast when lt wasn't  born of temperament, and Third avenue laughed oftener than Fifth, One  man committed suicide, another gave a  feast Each was worth $20,000. The  suicide had been a millionaire, the  feast giver a pauper. I considered  merchants and gamblers. There was  but one difference���when the merchant's resources ended his credit ended; when the gambler's resources ended his credit began. When the gambler was down his ^fellow gamblers  helped him; when the merchant was  down his fellow merchants fell upon  him and tore him like wolves.  Progress? A wise man proved it by  pointing to a railroad and asking ma  to remember stagecoaches. I asked  why it was better to travel 900 miles  ln a day than to travel ninety. He  said one could reach Chicago ln a day  and night I replied that one couldn't  reach Calcutta ln a day and night He  said that medicine and surgery had  advanced; that we now saved lives we  used to lose. I asked why It was Important to save lives that must one day  die; also I pointed out that we saved  weaklings to wed weaklings and produce weaklings, which was progressing  backward. He grew angry and asked  If I favored deatb. I grew angry and  asked If he favored birth; also I wanted to hear whether or no he believed  in killing weeds.  Progress! I know nothing of medicine and railways and stagecoaches  and saving lives, bnt I, do know about  books. And I see by my bookcases  that the nineteenth century did not  write so well nor In things beautiful  think so well as did the eighteenth,  with the promise all about me that the  present century will write worse and  think more heavily .than either. We  have better guns, clocks, plows, sewing  machines, but they wrote better English and thought nobler thoughts.���Al-  <red Henry Lewis In; Cosmopolitan.  Omen of  the Wedding Ring.  At the close of a recent divorce caso  a woman spectator remarked:  "I knew they wouldn't pull together  very long. The crease made by her  wedding ring proved that When she  had been married six months I saw  ber take her ring off one day. The  raark It had left wae so faint you could  hardly see lt. You can always gauge  the length of a marriage by the Impression made by the wedding ring. In  Borne cases the ring, even though entirely too large, siuks'away Into tha  Qnger. Such a mark as that Indicates  a marriage as lasting as eternity. Other women may wear a ring as tight  as the skin, yet It will leave scarcely a  Btreak on the flesh. In that case look  out for an early termination of the contract."  The other women present said nothing, but all Improved the first opportunity to slip their rings around and  Inspect the telltale mark. The faces  of some wore an expression of satisfaction, others of disappointment, but  nobody   knew   the  reason   therefor.  A Considerate Actress.  A doctor saw Julia Marlowe as Juliet one night In Pittsburg and was tremendously impressed. Only in the pow-  'erful"death~scene"lhere"was"a~technlcar  error. "Miss Marlowe/' the doctor said  at a reception the next day, "I admired  your. Juliet profoundly. The Impersonation was a work of art. But pardon  mfe, don't you know that a corpse  doesn't stiffen for at least six hours  after death?" Miss Marlowe answered  In the drawl that she reserves for such  speeches, "Now, doctor, do you think  I'm going to keep my audiences waiting six hours for me to stiffen?" ,  Schoolboy's  Essay  on  Benry  VIII. >  Henry VIII. was a frequent widower, conceited, cunning, cruel and corpulent. He burned tbe pope's bull in effigy, beheaded his best friends, made  himself defender of the faith by a Latin law and had an Inordinate ambition  and an ulcer In his leg. Henry sternly  denied tbe validity of the proud pope  of Roam and at last, worn out by an  Internal discord, died more ln sorrow;  tban in anger.  Same Trouble Everywhere.  We have a brother ln our church who  belonged to several other denominations before he came to us, and he tella  us they have the same trouble everywhere���Impossible to get a . $2,000  preacher  for ?750 a year.  Hereditary.  "Your son is a great football player." I  "Yes; It is hereditary." '  "I never heard that hla father was ��  football player."  "He isn't, but he is a chronic "deker."  Paying honest debts promptly ana  cheerfully is a virtue of manhood appreciated by every one.���Newark (Ark.),  Journal.     '�����-. ���������''��� j  . Xanra Brldgeman.  Laura Brldgeman was the most remarkable example of the patience and  tact requisite In the education of blind  and deaf mutes. It ls said that at the  beginning of her mental training one  lesson was giyen her over 600 times  before she finally comprehended it  -    Oyster Eplcnres.  The ancient Romans were great oyster epicures. They ate the bivalves in  Immense numbers and were able to tell'  with eyes closed Just what coast they;;  came from. ���   -  >��tt��tl  lerwew  Keeps your body  warm,   yet   lets  your skin breathe  ���knit, not  woven,���  J^  ���it fits,   Jf \G-nranteed  PdoesPEN- J    \Anainii  ANGLE /        \ Shrinkage  ^Underwear.j  203  Trade r{ori(  rTrade-markedin red.. In a1  Variety of styles, fabrics and  rprices,   for women, men and  ���^children,      and      guaranteed.  FREAKS IN  NATURE.  The Stone Man, the Brittle Man and  the Poison Proof Man.  When she is in u freakish mood nature seems to revel In making human  beings who defy all her most cherished  traditions and are a constant mystery  to their fellow creatures. Such a man  is Herr Schwarz, "the armor plated  man," who ls such a puzzle to the doctors of Europe. Herr Schwarz has  been for some years undergoing an ossification of tbe whole of his body aud  is rapidly developing Into the hardness  and immobility of a statue. His back  has now become quite rigid, the muscles standing out hard and Immovable.  In fact, he seems to be enveloped ln  a kind of < armor plating, consisting of  surface bone as bard as stone. He Is  no longer able to move his jaws and  ls compelled to take food In a' liquid  form throughvfl tube, some of bis teeth  having been,removed for the purpose.  And yet, singular to say, this osseous  man enjoys excellent health and not  long ago was married to a charming  young Berlin woman.  In curious contrast to this indurated  man is Herr Stabl, whose bones are so  brittle that he can scarcely move without fracturing one of tbem. By simply stepping on a pavement he has  broken a leg more than once. A hearty  handshake has broken his arm, and a  slap on the back not long ago laid blm  up for weeks with a fractured shoulder. Herr Stahl has only numbered  twenty-four years, yet he counts two  fractures for every year he has lived  ���In fact, as he humorously says, the  only safe place for blm ls a glass case.  Captain Vetrio, an American, Is a  freak of another order, for he can  make a hearty meal off poisons which  would provide work for quite a large  number of undertakers. If others were  to partake of It. Not long ago ln Berlin he sat down to a dinner which consisted of a plate of verdigris, a liberal  portion of ultramarine and a compote  of sulphur and borax, followed by a  dessert of white sulphur. These edibles were washed down by a solution  of strychnine -and a bottle of patent  rat killer made of powdered glass, arsenic and atropine. Tbis meal he devoured with evident enjoyment, to the  amazement of the government officials  and doctors who looked on and who  to a man declined the captain's invitation to join him In his repast-  Cleveland Plain Dealei.  The New Drag Stovalne.  According to a Birmingham newspaper, quoted by Consul F. W. Mahln, a  new drug, called stovalne, has come  into use in England and abroad to prevent pain in surgical operations. It  does not produce unconsciousness. A  patient who has nerves strong enough  can watch a surgeon operate while under its Influence. Stovalne is Injected  Into the lumbar region of tlie spinal  canal and acts on the roots of the  nerves entering the spinal cord. The  Injection produces a certain amount of  shock, as well as occasional sickness  and headache. How long the effect of  this anaesthetic will last Is not stated,  nor whether further Injections may be  made during an operation. Prcsuma-  bly the duration of the effect is not  great, and only one injection Is deemed prudent, for a recent instance is  noted of a surgeon speeding an operation to the safety limit in order to outstrip the recovering nerves.  , Frog Leather.  The thinnest and, comparatively  speaking, the toughest of all leathers la  frogskin.  Russian Church Treasures.  The treasures of the various Russian  churches are of fabulous value. St.  Isaac's cathedral ln St Petersburg Is  said to have cost $50,000,000. Its copper roof ls overlaid with pure gold. In  the Cathedral of Kazan .the name of  the Almighty blazes ln diamonds from  a cloud of beaten gold, under which  are solid silver doors twenty feet high.  Weighing Names.  Scales are now constructed so delicately that a pencil signature written  on a piece of paper can be weighed.  Cups and Saucers.  Cups and saucers are now all molded  by mechanical appliances. The glaze Is  laid on, the finer qualities are hand  painted and the cheaper are Btamped  with stencils ere the baking Is done.  Apples In Chile.  In Chile they, let nothing in the apple  go to waste. There, after making elder  and wine from their apples, they extract from the refuse a white and finely flavored spirit tod by another process they procure a sweet treacle, or, as  they term It honey.    '  Radium.  An ounce of radium contains power  enough to lift 10,000 tons a mile above  the surface of the earth, lt ls asserted.  Empress Theodora,  The Empress Theodora,' in spite of  her disreputable antecedents, was undoubtedly a great woman, and she  married Justinian, one of the most eminent of the Roman emperors.  Ceylon's Fishing Season.  : Off the coast of Ceylon the fishing  season is Inaugurated by numerous  ceremonies, and the fleet of boats then  puts to sea. Fishing, when allowed,  generally commences In the second  j week of March and lasts from four to  ' six weeks, according to the. season.  hOCHFORT MAQUIRE.  irishman   Who   Own   Hia  Amazing  8ucc#�� In Life to a Bath���Al*  fred Beit's Successor.  Lord Peel's son-in-law, Rochfort  Maguire, who has succeeded the late  Alfred Beit as president of the British  South African Co. and as the head of  the greatest diamond mine syndicate  in the world, is an Irishman, who may  be said to owe his amazing success in  life to a bath, writes the Marquise de*  Fontenoy. It was in the-days when  the late Cecil Rhodes sent him on" a  special mission to King Lobengula for  the purpose of securing certain valuable concessions from the all powerful ruler of the Matabeles. It was,a  perilous mission, as quite a number  of white men had met with death at  the hands of Lobengula and of hie  chiefs. However, Rochfort Maguire  arrived at Lobengula'B kraal, was received fairly well, and then proceeded  to cleanse himself of the dust and  grime of his voyage by means of a  bath in his traveling bathtub. This  created a tremendous amount of excitement on the part of the natives,'  and a considerable part of the Mata-  bele nation assembled to witness the  proceedings.  Maguire is'not a man who loves  publicity, but he is a bit of a philosopher, and nothing could be cooler or  more deliberate than the way in whioh  he stripped, folded His clothes, and  then slipped into the water. The Ma-  tabele nation looked on, commenting freely, but as he could not understand a word that did not matter to  .him. Presently he produced a toothbrush and a "box of tooth powder and  started brushing his teeth. There  they dr*��w the' line. The man who.  puts strange things into his mouth,  who foams at his lips, and turns wat-'  er to milk must necessarily be a  "mtagati" or ma-jician. 'Yells of astonishment rent the air. A party "went  off to tell the king, taking the Irishman's paraphernalia, and, what is  more, hi3 clothes, Maguire following,  wiapped in philosophic calm and nothing else, beyond his hat, which  had been left to him.  The king proceeded to sit like an  inquest upon the brushes and bottles. It was explained to his majesty  tbat the white man actually liked the  "stink" of the bottles, and as for the  turning of water, into milk, the king's  mother-in-law, happened to die on  the self-same day, and his majesty was  rnfilial enough to ascribe this divine  blessing to the white man's magic.  His belief ir. the latter was further  confirmed by a number of conjuring  and sleight of hand' tricks which  Maguire had picked up at Oxford and  afterwards in the Orient, and the  king took him into such favor that  he not only granted him all he asked  but many other unexpected concessions, which proved of immense value  to Cecil Rhodes and really founded  Masuire's fortune.  Rochfort Maguire hails from County  Limerick, being the son of a Protestant parson, and as a boy was so delicate that he had to resign a naval  cadetship, after having graduated  from the Britannia. Afterwards he  went to Oxford^ where he made the  acquaintance of Rhodes, 'who, it may  be remembered, returned himself to  that universiy for the purpose of completing his education, after having  made a name for himself in South Africa. Ma<niire did well at Oxford,  achieving the same honor as the late  Mr. Gladstone of winning a "double  first" with his degree. Besides this,  he distinguished himself* in sports,  and rode the winner at the open  steeplechase at Christ Church, leaving the alma mater as fellow of all  souls, which meant a couple of thousand dollars a year from the university.  From Oxford he went to the Bai  from the Bar to Hong Kong as private secretary to the governor, and  then joined the diplomatic service.  He was assigned to the embassy at  Paris, and it is related that on one  of the first Sundays after his arrival  in the French capital he accompanied  his chief, who happened to be Lord  Lytton, to the races at Longchamps.  Tlie ambassador was wearing a heavy  fur coat, which he took off and threw  to Maguire. The latter was not accustomed to the Oriental manners  Which Lord Lytton had acquired as  Viceroy of India, and he flung his  coat to a flunkey, remarking that  Lord Lytton must have made a mistake in thrusting it upon him. That  J5n^ed_MaBuire-s_career_in_the_diplo-_  matic service, and he went out to  South Africa to join Cecil Rhodes  and to obtain for- him concessions  from King Lobengula by the means  above described. '���'���*.���.  Then came the time when Rhodes  became anxious for the support of  the Irish in Parliament, and made  his donation of $100,000 to the funds  of that party. At the same time he  arranged with Parnell to have a personal representative of his own in the  councils of the Nationalist camp, and  nominated for the purpose Rochfort  Maguire, who was at once elected for  the division of Donegal on the Nationalist ticket at the instance of Parnell. He remained loyal to the latter,  even after the split in the Irish party,  and the extent to which Parnell appreciated this attitude at a moment  when all the men whose political fortunes he had made wero turning  against him is shown by the fact that  he appointed Maguire as one of tho  executors of his will. Maguire sacrificed his seat for Donegal to his  fidelity to Parnell, but not Ion-** nfter-  wards married the Hon. Julia Peel,  eldest daughter of Viscount Pdfl, who  was for so many years Speaker of  the House of Commons and a eon of  the great Sir Robert Peel.  From that time forth Maguire became Cecil Rhodes' principal representative in London and even in the  most troublous'times manifested the  same tact, coolness, and imperturbability which carried him through his  mission to Lobengula. He visits  South Africa periodically, and both  he and his wife were with Cecil  Rhodes throughout IU siege in the  Boer war '         ,  Real Estate Business.  The first real estate transaction re-.  corded was the purchase of the field of j  Machpelah by Abraham, In the cave'  of which he burled Sarah, his wife.;  Abraham paid 400 shekels of silver for  the field.  ��� ' _  The Manxmen.  Of civilized peoples the Manxmen art  said to be the most superstitious.  Your Doctor  Can. cure your Cough or Cold,/ ���  no question about that, but���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up;  and then of having hisprescriptioh  filled, when you can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHILOH'S CURB '  for a quarter.        ���-��-,  Why pay two to -five dollars  when a twenty-five eanti  bottle of SHILOH will care yon  M quickly?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians hav��  done for the past thirty-four'  years: let SHILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appears.  SHILOH will cure yon, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.    ��� *"! <>' "���  The next time you hare S  Cough or Cold cure it with  SHILOH  5^^^^**l'*wl******'**lll**lll*t*l^^,**llllll**,*l**llll,,l*,'a5t^ *  At a meeting of the Charlton Board  of Guardians, it was stated tnat reports from Canada are so excellent  tnat a majority of the board were  more than ever in favor of emigration. * -      T  Minard's Liniment Cures Dif-fjithsrla.  .A    Southwark    rector states'" tuat lf"!"'  many unemployeu in his parish hnd  themselves unable to take advantage,  of  railway work in Canada because*  they have to pay their fare. ��� ^��l���;  A bottle of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive  Syrup,   taken  according  to' di- '  rections,  will subdue a cough in, a  short  time.    This  assertion  can" be  verified by hundreds who have tried  it and  are  pleased-   to   .bear testimony to its merits,' so that all may'  know  what  a* splendid  medicine it*   ,  is.    It costs you  only 25   cents' to .  join  the  ranks  of    the  many    who  have been benefited by its use.  Stockwell    and Co., * London,   have'  commenced recruiting in compliance'  with   a  cable  from  Lord  Strathcona  atking for    10,000 men    for railway    *  construction.  Brandon has decided to erect anew  collegiate institute.      The  estimated i  cost is $65,000. ,  60  Specialists  on   the  Oase.���In  the  or-    '���  dinary run ol medical practice a greater number than this have treated cases   ..-  of chronic dyspepsia and have*'failed to  cure���but Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets (60 in a box at 35 cents  cost) have  made   the   cure,   giving    relief   in ' one/  day.       These    little    "specialists"    have  proven   their  real  merit.���72.  The government of -.New South -  Wales will in future contribute ��0  toward the passage money of every  agriculturist or domestic servant who  goes to the colony with the agent-  general's approval.  Fairville, Sept. 30, 1902.  Minard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Dear Sirs.���We wish to inform you  that we consider your MINARD'S  LINIMENT a very superior article,  and we use it as a sure relief for  sore throat and chest. When I tell  you I would not be without it if the  price was one dollar a bottle, I  mean  it.  Yours truly,  CHAS.   F.   TILTON.  The Montreal detectives have unearthed what they think is a .widespread burglary conspiracy. The'  head of it is a man named Marjon-  que Gagnon, a boot and shoe manufacturer, in whose place they found '  at least $5,0ou worth of goods, from ���  balls to jewelry. . This amount they  think is only a part of what the bur- *  glary syndicate is supposed to haie  taken. Another man, named Ishmael  Bourrette, has been arrested also.'.  Tne police lit upon Gagnon when  looking up* the records of men convicted in the United States and now  living in Montreal, in the hope that  they might strike a clue winch would  ^ielp them to stop a burglary .epi-  demic. They struck-Gagnon's record  and found he had served a long term  in Sing Ming.  Minister SpeaKs  to Movers  ,  Tails His Wife's Experience far UU  Sales af Other Sufferers.  Carriages.  Albany claims the honor of having  made tbe first carriages manufactured  entire In this country. Several were  built in the year 1814, and the event  was duly noted at the time aB an evidence of tbe spread of United States  enterprises.  Directories. I  The earliest known directory is that]  of London. pnhUahoi-*, to* lant   .   The following letter has been sen>  to Dr. T. A. Siocum, Ltd., for publication.  Dr. T. A. 81ocum. Limited :���Cc��r Kn: Wttliln  tbe iMt two yean mr wife (wbo in of s dcllf&ce  coiutltuUon) bu bed two severe sttscki oi ls  rrippe. both of .which hava been upccdilv corrected  br the uie of Piych'ne. IA e have tuch faith ln tbe  efficiency of your remedies that u a family we  uie no other. For toning un a dobliitatcd a)item,  however run down, rwtortng te healthy seUon  the heart and long5*, and aa a ipeclflc for ail waning dltuiiee. your Psychine and Ozomuldon ere  (imply peerlcm. Youn sincerely, Kev. J. J. tUcs,  il Walker Avenue. Toronto.  ��� PSYCHINE, Pronounced Si-keen,  is   a scientific  preparation,  having  wonderful   tonic   properties  acting  directly upon  the Stomach,  Blood  and   weak   organs   of   the   body,  quickly   restoring  them   to strong  and healthy action.    It is especially  adapted   for  people  who  are   run  down   from   any  cause,   especially  Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, LaGrippe,  Pneumonia,, Consumption   and all  stomach   or   organic troubles.    It  has no substitute.  (PRONOUNCED 8&ttM0 'A  Is {or sale at all dealers, at 60c and  $1.00 per bottle, or write direct to  Dr. T. A. Siocum, Limited, 179  KingiSt. W., Toronto.  There is no other remedy "Just  as Good" as PSYCHINE.  Dr. Boot's Kidnev Pills are a sure and  permanent core for Bheumstism, Bright*a  Disease, Pain in the Back and 'all forms  of Kidney Trouble. 86c per box, at att  dealers.     ._ *".   VV.     N.     U.  No.      626 THE LEAD-K-R, MOYIE, BRITISH jGQSjWEBIA. "'  ' .'*����� !'>������  Published in the interest of tho people  .' , I    ���!?  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Pusher:  UNION  LABEL  KATES OP aCBSCRlPTIOtf .  Oae Year .' $2.00  SATURDAY, MARCH,   2nd. 1907.  The Crosby benefit was a benefit.  //he he-Alth of the camp is fairly good.  �����.   As.v-ejitqtcd before Moyjestill needs  a. bank.  I  .m.   Now.be careful you don't break the  - ���  '      ,i     ������    ,   ,i  Sabbath tomorrow.  Tbe spring tonnage of Tim Eaton's  catalogues has arrived.  Jot it down in your note book  that  ^larch came in like a lamb.  Butte seems   to   be getting   more  tban its share of labor troubles.  Jt is not too early to begin thinking  ol cleaning up your yards.  King Edward op.enei-i  the   English  parliament, says a dispatch.   It does  not jtate what his openers were.   ������-<   t- ���- ���  Contentment is more to be desired  than great riches.   We quote this on  Hi i  good authority.   We haye never tried  the riches,  Indians in Santa Rosa are rajsing  j        i .*    .'     *     *  wheat.   This is quite a  change   from  their former occupation o/ raising���  well, it wasn't wheal!  ��    ,     --���,*.���  v5*       -    "       * ,"-  The Leader job printery has been  busy the past two weeks taming out  works of art* for ijoyjle-'d wideay/ake  merchants.  A.bug that eats lead pines has- been  discovered in Chicago.   It must have  a digestion like that of a hired hand  ii    ���    . ���'������'. ���������     ����� -,'    '������  in harvest time. -.' -.  ' A correspondent asks when the first  talking machine 'was inyented. At  the time that operation was performed  uo Adam's side, we believe.  The Mail Order Oompet^pn.  Competition from retail m ail order  houses is becoming so strong that the  local newspapers have taken up the  campaign in protection of their home  markets. One of them recently made  the following comment ou the situa-  tion*  "When the cj*,talpgue comes from a  mail order house, draw an easy chair  to the table where tbe light will shii.e  full upon the page, and put on your  glasses that no bargain may escape  youi eye. What a wonderful book it  is. to be sure Wonderful for what it  does not contain as well as what ii  does. You will miss some things you  would be glad to see, Whero is their  offer to pay cash or exchange goods for  your wheat, oats, corn, beans, butter,  egg?, mul hay? How much do they  pay for cuttle, sheep aud hogs,   f. o. b.  at your depot?   IIow mm-ti 'tax   will  ,    ���    '        t     '        ' '   ���      �����  they pay to support your schools and  educate your childrcu���for improving  roads and,bridgoB; the support of the  poor .of the country; fur the expense of  tunning the business of tho township,  county and state,? Qn w.iiat page is  their bflur'to contribute money to the  church? What line of credit will they  extend to you when yotur crops are  poor and niouey gone���When through  illness or misfortune, you are not able  to send cash with order' for your gro���  ceries, clothing, farm tools aod crockery?'.'��� Winnipeg Comrcercial.  Resuming Serv'ce.  Train No. 1 will go through to Calgary on March ^rd." Train No. 2 will  leave Calgary commencing Monday,  March 4th, between- Calgary and  S'-ratlicoua. Trains 101 and 102 between Macleod and Calgury, 113 and  114 between Macleod and Lethbridge  will also resume' daily service commencing Monday, March 4tti.  I. Q. 0. F.  Wilder Loclfje No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings.in McGregor,  hall 'on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd FeHc-ws cordially invited.  A. MacPaulane,        F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37.  K.ofP.  Meets evsry Thursday  vening    in   McQregor  hull at 8 o'clock'.' Vie-  iiing brothers invited.  C.  A. Foote, Thos. Marsden,  Chancellor Com. K. R, and S.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No: 71 w. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  J. X-.-Guibohs,  President.  Jas.  .Roberts,  Secretary  BE.QYIE AERTE NO. 855  MARKETS  m.    V. J.   Jt  .Comfortable  Rooms and  ge$;t of  Table Board.  Summers & Thompson.  PROPRIETORS.  JL- L McKILLOP  : ASSAYJ3JH ;  nelson,  B..C  Meets third Monday of each month  in McGregor 1J all.        --"  F.J. SMYTH, J. II. HAWKE,  Worthy Pres. "Worthy, Secr'y.  MINERAL ACT.  ' (formjf^  CeRTIFICATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.  '   "' NOTICE.  "Cambrian" Mineral Claim, situate, in the  Fort Steele Mining Division of-East Kootenay  District.  Where located:���Adjoining and to west end of  the Crown Granted mineral claim ''Lake Shore"  at Moyie, East Kootenay, B, C'.' "    '''      ''  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A. MaeKay,  F. M. C. no. B. 762 actfuff as agent for Tho Black-  MacKay Mining Company, Limited,' Non Personal Liability, Free Miner's Certtfle No, B. 696,  intend',' sixty' days from the'date. hereof, to  apply to'the Mining Recbrder for a Certi&cate  of Improvfcrat'nts, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grdnt of tho above claim.  Anil further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commencod  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of February, A. D. 1907.  ' '"     "     ''CTUrtLESA.MACKAY.  A Massachusetts man,pawned his  artificial eye for whiskey, and thereby  (. .      . t ......   .       i  increased his sight,   The fluid enabled  him to see double with his other eye.  The Leader is in  receipt of a copy  of "Home Life ot 'Women in Western  ��� -     *      t ft.''  Canada," which. has been issued by  ��� . .   i. ,  the C. P. K.   It is neat.and attractive  i      , l <   r    ', i  and is well worth reading.  *    'H-, . *     ���    ���    ��  Moyie's board of trade is doing good  work and is deseiving of every encour-  -ftgement;���Much good can be- accomplished for tlie town if all work in har-          ���       ���/  mony and lend their support   to   all  matters ot public benefit.  The Leader has'refused to carry an  advertisement for a Winnipeg supply  house, which advertises that it will sell  s.r retail at lowest wholesale prices"and  will pay tho freight to any railway  station in British Columbia. The  Leader has always discouragod send-  int5; out,of the district for goods when  they can be procured in tho towns  iu  til  ho district.  Creston Items.  According to our Creston correspondent, the LordV Cjay Alliance act will  be a welcome foaluro in that neighborhood.  What we ought to call attention to  iu (hi* provinco is the  cleanliness of  school houses in  which  the children  are educated. We wan* gocd venti-  t, > *   *t ���  lation, and the' rcfune, such  as waste  pieces of food, should be swept up and  pot allowed to remain and dj-jvelop  germs, and thus endnuger the lives of  \he children. Another thing, in different meetings held in the school  house nb'Vxpectoratiog on the floor  should be allo<veJ.  Tlie Rav. J.' P. Westman of Cran-  .brook Was down on business  in   connection with the iiethodiat church on  i. - * *   c     i i - -    ,  Wednesday.  ' Miss Curtwright has been appointed  president of the Methodist' Qreston  L-tdied' Aid.  J. H. Scho ffield, parliamentary  momber Ior the riding Wis down on  d 'unity.  "J ii -1. I  NOTICE.  NO HCE is hereby given that 30 days after  date', I iuiei*,-": to tj-pply td'the* lioqorable Commissioner of Lands and Worlts'''for' a special  license to cut and carry away timber from tbe  following described lands, situate in East  Kootenay, to , wit':��� Commencing at a post  plnhted:on the North East back oj the North  West Fork of the Elk River aTjove' the Canyon  aud situate near tlie Northern Boundary of F.  Podbielancik's coal claim, thence East 40  chainR, thence North 80 chains/'ttencc West  80 chaips: thence East* 40 cbkl&s to' point of  commencement.  Dated tho l(itli day of January, 1907  A, J. FARQUHAKSOM.  Harvey,    SIcCarter &  Macdonald^  ��� * -��� ��� <  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  <���������-.*.  Cranbrook,'" -   -   B. C.  MOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days after  date, I liitend toappfy to'the llouourablc Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  license, to cut aud carry away timber from the  following described landa situate in' East  Kootenay, 'to'' wit.:���CommeuciuW af'apoBt  planteci about one"riile South of Liiard Creek  aud one mile and a half VVeJt of l'iie Crow's  Nc��t Southern' Ranwa'y.-tlience'Vi'estSO ohaius,-  thence' South 80 chains, thence East 80 chaina,  thence Noith 80 chains to point of commencement, t.  Dated the 20th day of January 1907.  ,     A. D. MACDONALD  by, A. J. FARQUHARSON, Agent.  J0b  WORK  Everything  i. * -  in the Printing  Line at tlie  A     -\  W. E/GURD,  BARRISTBK, SOLICITOR, KTC.  ���'   ��..i r* t ���   1.   . '  CRANBROOK.     ' B. C  O. H. DTJN^AR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. F. B. MILES,"  Cranhrook, , -    .. B, C.  George fl. Thompson,  Barristkr, Solicitor, No  tary Public, &ci'  CRANBROOK, ' ��� British Columbia  W�� R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 89. .    CRANBROOK.  Wm, Jewell  Express and General   Delivery   Busi-  ���ness:    Ljv~ei^_and_  Feed Stable.  Leave Orders at  Gwynne's Store.  MOYIE Butish Columbia.  IMPROVED  PACIFIC COAST  SERVIOE.  Leave Nelson 7:3Q a. m.  Arrive Vancouver 11:50 noon  Arrive y|ptorif], 5;45 p. m, i  -������*-  ONE NIGHT EN ROUTE.  ��� ��������*   Vancouver-Victoria   Route,  S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA,  Victoria-Seattle Route,  S. ^PR'^CES.S $AY.  ��� *���*+   ��� .   ���  STANDARD SLEEPING CAR.  Nelson-Slocan  City.  Berths $1.00.  Car   can   be   occupied   at   Nelson  Union depot at 9 p. m.  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 8 CARTKR,  DIst, Pass. Aj;*,  Nelbon,  E. J. COYLE,  Aps't Genl.'FaHB, Agt  \>. '    a, ii  Vancouver.  ..    www' ����.fc��jp'  PREST PHOTO CO.  . CKANBR00K AND MOVIE  WHEN WRITINGr  dot your i'p an^jl .crosjs yonx t's. It's  customary to do so, and what's customary is generally fashionably. Your  correspondence won',* be complete,  however, without one of those  FINE BOXES OF PAPER  like we,are   now  offering.   Don't be  satisfied with any,'.'old thing," but get  the kind sold   here,    It's  better and  anybody cao afford it.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery ���o.  In   ^11  the   Principal  Cities and   Towns  in  British Columbia.  moyie, a a.  -  - -, *       * te  I BURNS & CO  WHOLES ALB ANi)   EBTAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured Moats, FreBh  Fi8h,,Game aji-i Poultry.   We  - supply only  the best,    Your  trade solicited.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPftUTAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. H. SMALL, Manacer.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample room-*.  E.G. GWYNNE.  Cigars,       Totiacco, Cpnfctionery  Fruits, Etc  FARRELL BLOCK,  BUY YOUR  f  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  lIEAb 6i*l*qE, TOBO*��TO  ESTABLISHED 1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, .General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent.^  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets,,- 113,000,00^  .Branches throag&out Cax^da, and in the -United States and England  BANKING  BY  MAEL 8s  Business maybe transacted by-sinail with.any branc^  of the Bank; Accounts may be opened and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail. Every ^tjbention is paig  to ont-of-town accounts,  CRANBROOK BRANCH. F.C.MtPAS. MGR  ' u.'"��  Tt"  .",". V  oTf, DE-JAULNrER  FROM  A. B. Stewart <�� Co.  Agent for  Crows' Nes.t  Steain Laundry."  ���THE���  DEALER  IN  PROMPT- DELIVERY.  . bdnl. Mel  DESAULNIER BROS,   Props.   '  Large sample ���r6om.-in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for   Com-  merciaj and Min 1 n g Men.  (   . .i r.i.  aueens'Ave.-    MOYIE    QuEENS "***. -    *0���-B-��  PEE  FARRELL �� SMYTH  FOR  Fire Insurance,  Real Estate,  Collections.  Victoria' Street.  Moyie.  mzmmZszkwstmWkw^^w  =e=:  HAVE A LOOK  little one at what's going to Ipppen in  1907 at this tailoring establishment  You'll' see men and youths come and  go, and all for what?  EOIi. MADE  TO ORDER  '.'���   '   SUITS  and'that-Vall. Nothing woj'nps t|iem  after'we send home their suit tailored  here. v It's p! J��. eyery. time. O. K.  in fit", at>le an"-^ pneei "Comrnence  the New "^eaj* by buying a suit.  0,1 FOOTE  #OYIE, B. C  St.  Josephs   Cpnvent.  NE1.S0JI, B. C.  hoarding and P,ay School conduct-  ed hy tlie Sisters pf St. Joseph, Nelson  B." C. Commercial -Jnd business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteni-je each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Termn  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term.  J. T. MARION  UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER  Late ii the New Eng'and UnJertaking  ;    Parlors, SpofeEo^i -jyajsli.  CRANBRO.OK,  BC  ...���i-.-S-J-.ilv....,  Cranbrook Go-Operative Stores  LIMITED.  ��� " ���',l" um -' ���"���  m*mmmmmm*BL  ���CJnderNew  .  /Management.  COSMOPOUT0N  HOTEL.  P, J, HIGGINS,    Prop.  The Miners' Headquarters  - 3>'>��d��9��$33d393>3iS*F;���������d3������:S':3^'��������:  MOYIE    HOTEL.  j IP. F.JOEMSIOM  This Hotel is New and well Furnished. The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the 1  Market affords. The Bar is Tilled with ������  *       the-Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  MOTIJ*!  ���       .. -;        ��� ���       - ��� BRITISH COLUMBIA    *j  ������������>&*������ ^etee��me^<eG^G'ii^9^9^���fi^999^^999999et3em9^m *'���  ���**??.  ���tV'^.tef^rVt-y,  ' '���^M     ^*Vmm, '  Moyie B<  As ipadcj by tho present brewer i?  adpijttedly   the  BeBt Beer in East Kootenay. With the .Best Malt and.  the-Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  JnB'st op havjog Moyie'Beef,  Bottled and Draft Beer*  NOTIOE,   ->**-<---.-    ^ .  IN THEi MA-TTERol the Companies  Apt 1897 add tlie amending Acts, and  in  tho'matter of The Black-MacKay  Minftig 'Cbm'paiiy,  Limited  non-per-  ' sohal'llayiilyl'5  NOTICE is hereby given that three mouthb  after the 5th.'day oIDe'cember'KKfci* The ^lftek-  Mackay Mlnius Company Umitod! uon-porBOii-  al liability will apply ton tho tieutonaot C*ov-  eruor for au order in Coancil changing   IU  name to the Cambrian'Mining Company Limit  ed non-personal liability. '  Dated the 38th day oi November 1006  E. A. C1USA9E,  Solicitor for the ((.id Company.  ESS  J1JLJUS M^ELLEE, Proprietor,  -      i MpYIE, B. C,  .- ���v*~j.���  ^:J.

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