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 </*,  WHEN YOU WANT A -������!.���������   A  DIAMOND RING,/  ��� .       SEE ..^cr^/CTJ  W. H. WILSON, Jeweler, "-  . ORAHBROOK,  7a^>^4S^^  r  15 ���*     iiJ����*iAi e.-j'-l'1'!  V*^7 Vl  <>:, -"' \hy\  WIIEX    YOU    WANT   A   'ES-  ' ��� LIABLE,'  "   '   ���  WEDStNa-'RINQ"'  ���   '    call'on ;., Y - ''  VV. H, WILSON,; Jeweler..,  CRANBROOK." *     '���-*  T *���  ^ .#1  VOL. 10, NO H-  MOYIE, B.*C -ATRIL 27. 1907.  .S3 A'?Y-fcAR-  ?   V  >  V  ; Do "you love learning so well that you would  walk thirty miles to borrow a book that you could  not afford to buy, with a pair of twenty-nine-cent  blue jean trousers tucked in your cow-hide boots,  like an ABRAHAM LINCON?  *- Do-you care enough about the state of your  health to buy the best brand of groceries you can  procure when it costs just the same as an inferior  one.        _ ',.   ���,  You've-heard of the popular song, "Everybody  Works but Father." Put the old man on- a five-  mile walking track before breakfast; it will; take  the wrinkles out of his neck, knock the rheumatics out of his joints,,and he will be able to enjoy a  good meal of TARTAN,BRAND at noontide.  R. CAMPBELL& CO  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  Kaslo  will celebrate  Day, May 2-ith.  Victoria  The B. 0. legislative assembly  has prorogued.  Eight trained "oarsmen pulling  a boat exert about two horsepower.  Cranbrook is to have a new  opera house with seating capacity  for 800 persons.  In the Okanogan valley Hindus  are said to be giving splendid satisfaction in the fruit orchards.  MINERS ARE  TAKING VOTE  LOCAL NEWS.  Strike Is    Not Yet  Settled.  San Francisco carmen will ask  for $3 per day beginning May 1,  and another strike is threatened.  r   Coal  Stocks  -   are today the best'stocks to invest in.  International Coal & Coke,        "   ���        Albarta Coal & Coke,  Nicola Coal & Coke, - ^       B. 0. Amalgamated.  "Wire or "Write. '   '      --~~  Beale :&  ���OBANBBOOK  It is stated that the Empress  hotel at Vancouver is the 'last to  be built by the C. P. R. for some  time.    The fourteenth annual Spokane  Interstate Fair will be held this  year - from September 23rd to  October 2th.   Father Coccolo is again^on his  way to the Bulkley valley to do  missionary' work among the Indians. Hi3 headquarters will be  at Fc. James on Stewart lake.  Conciliation Board/  Soon . as'  sible;  as  Will Meet  pos<- ;  Jim Hill says the railroads of  the United.States cannot begij-Yto  Handle the business, and there is  no prospect of building new ones  for the cost is prohibitive.  -V  -   Something that yoii all want, - y  "*X-lxaviB ai:aice assortment in WMter.atso  Green Virginia.  Comeandsee V.  "       ��� ���AT��� .     *     \  A gentleman who has just been  over the   Spokane   International  The Fernie strike' is not yet  settled. The men are-now voting  on the question of ^returning to  work pending thfr investigation  by the conciliation-^board. It is  said from present indications the  men' will favor returning, but of  course there is a chance of the opposite result.   The; miners of Eer  nie have voted almost unanimous-  -i.  ly in favor of it, while those of  Michel gave a majority of nun  against it. Several of the other  camps are yet to tie heard from.  The conciliation board will meet  .. y      ~ If,  in Fernie as soon ap possible.'  Sir  Wm. Muloek is now on his   way  west and will be present.  E. 0. Kamm, who represented  the Moyie B jard.of Trade at  the  Fernie conference,* returned   this  'morning.     On    the   same   train  !,  line i3 authority for the statement ' going west were W.  II. Aldridge  that it  is   tha  best constructed  piece of rjad in the country.  and FredSsarkey, who were  on their way hom*--.  also  Fire Hail- Concert.  A farmers';.union will be-'orjjan-  ized at WalLWalla on "April   29.  The object of the new union is to      The   concert   ior' tho purpose' of  regulate price3 for farm products raising fundd'for the'-hew fire hall litu  just as labor unions regulate pay  for labor. -       R. T. Lowery has sold his interests in the' Greenwood * -L3dga.-*to  ."Jini" Gtier. Lowery will take a  rest from newspaper work for a  while and  California.  will   probably   go to  J. W. FITC  r. tC��.-rftJrfrjfi�� jAt^tositLS&z. sAzJAlsAz-sH. siz^^&si*^��z^fa^&.s��z.s&3&  M,OYIE'S , LEADING   HOTEL. ��  Hotel Kootenay \  -+^-*--- - .*;������,  ..���-li^a  ' The best of accommodations J  for- the Traveling Public. '       |  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Booms.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  * ' " <*���*-"  Stanfield's Underwear  is known from coast to coast as the best manufac-   '  turcd on the continent.     Eyery suit guaranteed  perfectly, unshrinkable.  We have it iyi suits from $2.50 to $G.OO per suit.  E. A. HILL,  THJ3   LEADING   LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.*  ���tAjjA^ w~W^vi~Wrv **��� *"J*** *v- Zvs~zvs";'vr���**?���>" W^i^^v^^W ��� >-��� W ^v-z^s^-st^t^s- W&  *    imperial Bank of Canada,  I  -5  I  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  .Deposits of $1.00 or upwards^received.      ,  Tliere is no better investment than a  Savings  Bimk deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not;  "   , '      -.Interest  allowed at current   ratrs   and   com-  .   pounded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  1  !  -J  ttjsftt****** *<f> ifr' ***'**��'it* siV' 'tto tftr \&Ls��r rizsk^j,-.-/jva-rfz.xi--' -A* *** -A* ���^*" s^-V*  Sir Thomas Shaughne=sy makes  .the statement that the C. P. Tt.  have 5,000 tons of coal on the  gre^t lakes enroute to the west,  whieh will prevent a tieup on thi3  road for lack of fuel.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Cov will build a new depot at Calgary during the coming season.  It will cost $200,000 and outside  of "Vyinnipeg will be the finest on  their western lines, and one of the  finest on the whole system.  Hicks, the miner who was en-  tomed for several days in a mine  at Bekersfield, tried to commit  suicide at Ilenq, Nev., by jumping  in front of a train. Hicks has  been in the show business andhas  not been . meeting with much  success.  The Crescent, ono of tho largest  dry goods stores in Spok?.ne, now  closes its doors every evening at  6 o'clock, Saturday included. Oou- such an artist should  sideration for tlie employes of the  conipauy is tho rca-sou given for  tho change. Tbe management  of thesto*. e believe that over 10  houis' work is too exhr.listing on  thecla rks.,   Will Start- Sawmill.  been postponed to Uie c-vouing of  Mo.iday, May G;h. However, the  show promises to be'-a" pippin when it  does tako place.   TicV:eis will soon -be  . - l-v*       ,-  on-s.ile, and from -present'indications  there there will be a big demaud for  them. Morley hall will be packed to  the dojrs on the evening of the entertainment.  E. O. JLim-n. the famous blaekfa.ee  artist and tamboriaist, who has f\p-  pearctf before the crowned lieaJd of  Europe, has b-2eu secured at an enormous expense!.   -  Pete Davis, the champion buck and  wing dancer and eccentric conime-  dinn, whose reputation is world wide,  will give the- sidesplitting act which  took New York by  storm.  The far famed Stewart Bros., end  men and bone rattlers, are mirth provokers of the first water. These artists are better known on the stage as  Williams and Walker, and have the  great honor-of--being-commanded��� to  appear before King Edward ��t Buckingham palace to give their perfor  mance. The Moyie public is to be  congratulated in getting an opportunity of hearing these stars.  The star in the east had a dull  shimmer compared with the star artist, Cbas. O'Neill, whose talent as an  interlocutor has been the principal  topic of conversation in Iondou drawing rooms during the pist two 801-  sons. It ti to bo WJudered at that  choose as his  field so young a country as our fair  Canada. O'Neil in his modesty has  just refused a flittering oftjr from  Koster and Bail of New York city.  Tho ballad singers and choruses  nre  made up fiom the mile soloists of   the  Metropolitan Opera House, New York  Songs will be sung by such artists  as  Caruso, Placon am] others.  J.  A. Macdonald was in Cranbrook Tuesday.  A. W. Davis returned Tuesday  from Spokane.  , Mrs. Whitehead returned Tuesday from Spokane.  Q-. B.' Brown and family have  moved to Spokane.  Geo. Whitehead is homo from  his trip to Spokane.  Dan ' Goupill came over from  Nelson yertorday.  Service s will be held at the  Catholic church tomorrow.  Mrs. T. Lenihan and daughter  were out to Spokane this week.  Goldie Stewart and wife were  Cranbrook visitors last Sunday.  Mrs. Conrad came home from  the Craubrook hospital Monday.  Mrs. Tood was up from Fernie  Sunday to inspect her branch  millinery store.  Great reduction in price on all  lines of millinery and suits -at  Miss Hobson's millinery store, for  one week.  There will be a special meeting  of the Moyie miners' union.in' McGregor hall tomorrow at 3 o'clock.  . Rev. G. H. Findlay, of the Pres-  by terian church, is in Nelson" and  will probably be away for.a week  or ten days. .  B. A. Hill will represent St. Eugene Lodge 37 K. of P. at the annual convention which meets in  Nelson on May 8th.  Alex Chisholm is out of the hospital, where he has been for the  past 14 weeks, suffering from  bloodpoisoning in his right hand.  - The Spoke --man-Re view now  reaches Mjyie on - the day, on  which it is published. It comes  by-way of the Spokane International.  Miss Breta Peterson, who is employed at the Hotel Wentworth  in Cranbrook, was up to Moyie  the.ficst.of.the woekjan^^visit.  ���Tommy -Carr'' passed through  Moyie a-feaw days ago on his way  home from the east. He aud ��� his  brother Michael are now interested in some valuable property'hear  Ilazleton.  The furniture at the International hotel was sold by sheriff's  sale last Tuesday. It was purchased by the new proprietors of  the hotel, Messrs. Armstrong &  Riley.    ���  B  '. ���    ��..�����*      -. ,    '.. ' ~  THS    SEASON    FOR  WALL'PA^EBINa  AND   PAINTING  t. ,  is about here.  We are  now ready .  with a large range of  beautiful .and   artistic -  patterns, all 1007 designs.  WALL   PAPER.  s  -Mi  Come and look over our book of samples, and  you will find that you can select a paper suitable  for any room in your house at almost any price.   ���;  ' We also have a full stock^of ReaJy Mixed Paints,  Oils, Brushes,, and everything "necessary for renovate  ing your house.     * _..  ��� -   ' - > -    i  MacEachern & Macdonald  -<*/  ft'i  ���&i  : -j- <S-5  r��**Mag>*W5�������55ffi*��^^  Poating Reason Opens.  - .The last of the ice went out of  the lake Monday and the boating  season* is - in . full* swing. Tb.9  launch of the Porto Rico Lumber  company ^ make3 trips to. town  almost every day," Harold Chapman's launch is often seen on the  lake, as is also the one owned by  Frank Johnston.:-, Willis Lucas'  launch will .not be ready for a few  days' as some, necessary repairs  will first have-to be made. The  usual number of sail and. row  boats are in evidence.  A Rare Mucical Jreat.  The log drive on Lamb creek  has been started by the Porto  Rico Lumber company, and if all  goes'well.the sawniill wftl b,e running next week.     . ������"���'- -   -.  L   McKllLOP  KELS02T,  B.C  WATCH   REPAIRING.  As C. P. R. watch Inspectors we are in a position to  repair your watch thoroughly  so as to make it a reliable  time keeper.  satisfaction.  Fixing Waterworks.  It is the intention of the Moyie  Water-company r to sink their  pipes to a depth of six-'feet, and  some of this worlds how iu. p'ro-  greess. The very cold weach"er  last, winter played havoc with  some of the pipes, arid ib is only  now many people ,are getting  water. By putting the pipes  deeper tho company believe this  trouble will . be lessened each  winter.       - '    ' '   Lord's Day Act.  ���>>.  The Moore Concert Co. gave two  delightful., 'entertainra��urs    .and  dance3 in Moyie ori/the- evening! t  of Saturday   and Monday, 'April  20th   and  22ad.    -The ' hall   was  crowdedboth evenings.;/A varied program was  given-'o*i-eacli.  occasion,     consisting   of '.moving  pictures,   illustrateV song-j'5" arid-  other specialties anl wiudiri-*; up',  with "a' big dance.  - Their ^-danci  music was the best ever4 Heard' in  Moyie and'each number made.a  hit.   The orchestca was made up -  of Harry Moore, violin,' Mrs.' Harry  Moore, pianist, Mrs.  E.' G. Moore  and Miss HazsI Moore, mandoline'  and Mr. Theo. Mohler, trap drum-.-  mer.   Mr. E. G. Moore,V'the   manager, has a little   ompany of. an  good- talent as ht-j^-ever-appe^re I  in  British OjlumblaY^-They -in;   . *  tend -returning tp'r Mpyie^ to-give^fr;/. i  another' show in 'the."-tio; distant' *-'"'  future, and whenever theydo ra-  turn they can rest assured of receiving a bumper house. *  j^l  Grand Lodge Meetings.  Will Celebrate Anniversary.  The Odd'Fallows' anniversary-  service will ba held at the Methodist' church tomorrow evening,  anrda���:good���attendance- of���the-  members and the people of the  town generally is expacted. Ja3.  Thom will sing "Abide With Mi."  and Mr. Sowerbutts will sing  "Face to Face." "Lirgo," from  "Xerxes," and ths ''Hallelujah  Chorus," will bo rendered as instrumental piecai. Mr. Pickering  will-be tho organist. AU Odd Fdl-  lows in town arc requested to meet  at McGregor hall at not later than  7 o'clock- Tiie members will wear  regalia and will march to the  church in a body. A special sermon on the order will bu preached  byRav. Mr.   Sowerbutts.  Grand Chancellor's Visit.  We guarantee  Mr.  agent.  E. A. Hill   of   Moyio  is our  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and  Graduate Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Oftcial "Watch Inspectdr for C.  V., R  <j   ^Crow's Nest I'aas Division.  William Irvine of Nelson, grand  chancellor of the Knights of  Pythias for the domain of British  Columbia, paid the Moyie lodge  an official visit Thursday evening.  The degree of E-quire was conferred on one candidate", after  which all sat down to a luncheon  of sandwiches, cak9 and coffee.  The grand chincollor was well  pleased with the way the busine��s  and work of-khc lodge wa* being  condactod. J. Fleishman also was  a visitor to the lodge.  v      WIioojiIh-j    Gnus!'-  T hnv-*5 used Ch*imHer]*��i��'s Cough  Itenieily in my family in enscs of  whooping cough, ''nd w.uif, io (oil you  it is tlii hct rnoilicinn I li ivu ever  uped.���W. l'\ * Gast'o.v, Poi-co, Ga.  This remedy i*1 s*ifo and Blue. For  Pale hy.tlie Movie 0:ug & Stationery  Co.  The attorney general at "Victoria has announced in the house  that after giving the question of  the Lord's Act enforcement serious consideration and conferring  with his colleagues, he decided he  would not give assent to any pros-  eeutionsunder-the-Aetr *-*~t=���  To Organize Baseball Team.  A meeting will be held at Pete  Davis' barber shop next Tuesday  evening for the purpose of organizing a baseball team. All interested should make it a point to  be present.  The I. O. O. P. grand. lodge fop'  British  Columbia will meet this  year at Nahaimo, commencing on  Wednesday, June 12ch.  The provincial grand . ledge of  the Knights of Pythias will meet  in convention at Nelson this year  on May 8th, 9th and 10th.  The Fraternal Order of E-igles  Grand Aerie'will meet in Fernie  oh. Tuesday, Juue Ith.. -.        /;  In Business in Spokane,  Hugh Cameron and W. R. Stone  have opened offices in tha Zeigler  block in Spokane and are in th<-)-  timber and real estate, busi ness;  Both gentleman have the very  best wishes of their many Moyi j  friends in their new undertaking.  "    i I  Fsfiy Years the Standard!  ��3  NO ALU  if*; THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  everly of  raustar  C-.3&?  .vasr.Jr'Jsf?V.5*A^  Br  mm. urn  BrOJTGHEOft  ���i  *�� ���,  im. i* Mi  ���ST***  (Continued From Last Week.)  Tbe following mornlifife Count Marlanx reported at 9 o'clock with much  better grace than  he bad suspected  himself capable of exercising.   What  she taught blm of tennis on tbe royal  courts in tbe presence of an amused  audience was as nothing to what he ���  learned of strategy as it can be prac- |  ticed by a whimsical girl. Almost before he knew It sbe had won exemp- I  Hon for Baldos, that being tbe stake  for the-first set of singles.   To his  credit, the count was game.   He took  the  wager,  knowing that .be ln  bis  Ignorance   could   not  win   from   tbe  blithe young expert in petticoats. Then  ne offered to wager the brass candle- ,  stick against her bracelet  She consid- '  ered for a moment and then In a spirit  of enthusiasm accepted the proposition.  After all, sbe coveted tbe candlestick.  Half an hour later an orderly was riding to tbe fort with instructions to return at once with Miss Calhoun's candlestick. It is oil record that they  were "love" sets, which goes to prove  that Beverly took no chances.  Count Marlanx, puffing and perspiring, his joints dismayed and his brain  confused, rode away at noon with  Baron Dangloss. Beverly, quite happy  In her complete victory, enjoyed a nap  of profound sweetness and then was  ready for her walk with the princess.  They were strolling leisurely about the  beautiful grounds, safe in the shade of  the trees from the heat of the July sun,  when Baron Dangloss approached.  "Your -royal highness," he began,  with his fierce smile, "may I beg a moment's audience?" ���  "It has to do with Baldos, 1*11 take  oath," said Beverly with conviction.  "Yes, with your guard. Yesterday he  TlBited the fortress. He went in an official capacity, it is true, but he was  privileged to study the secrets of our  defense with alarming freedom. It \  would not surprise me to find that this  stranger has learned everything there  is to know about the fort." His listeners were silent The smiles left their  faces.. "I am not saying that he would  betray us"���  ."No, no!" protested Beverly.  - ���"but he is ln a position to give tbe  most valuable information to an enemy. An officer has Just informed me  that Baldos' missed not a detail in regard to the armament or tbe location  of vital spots in the construction of the  fortress."  "But he wouldn't be so base as to use  his knowledge to our undoing!" cried  Yetlve seriously.  "We only know that he Is not one-of  ns. It ls not beyond reason that his allegiance- Is to another power���Dawsbergen, for Instance. Count Marlanx is  not at all in sympathy with him, you  are aware.  He is convinced that Bal-  fortrSss?" she asKea.  "I could overthrow it after half an  hour's bombardment your highness,"  ho answered without thinking. She-  started violently.  "Is it possible? Are tbere so many-  weak points?" she went on, catching;  her breath.  "There are three vital points of weakness, your highness. The magazine can  be reached from tbe outside if one-  knows the lay of the land, tlie parade-  ground exposes the ammunition building to certain disadvantages and the  big guns could be silenced ln an hour  If an enemy had the sense first to bombard from the elevation northeast ot  the city."  "Good heavens!" gasped poor Beverly.   "Have you studied all this out?"  "I was once a rp-M soldier your highness," bo said Btnptf. "It was impos-  plble for me not to see the defects In  your fort"  "You���you haven't told any one ot  tliis, have you?" she cried, white faced,  and anxious.  "No" one but your highness. You do-  not employ me as a talebearer,-1 trust'"  "I did not mean to question your  honor," she said. "Would you mind  going before the heads of the war department and telling them just what  you have told me? I mean about the-  weak spots."  "If It Is your_ command, your highness," he said quietly, but he was surprised.  "You may expect to be summoned,  then, so. hold yourself in readiness.  And Baldos"���  "Yes, your highness?"  "You need say nothing to them of  our having talked the matter over beforehand���unless they pin you down to  It you know."  asleep long ago," murmUf3tr**Beverry,  abominating the- guilty feeling that  came over her. The princess threw  ber arm about Beverly's shoulder.  "I have been watching you for half  an hour," she said gently. "Can't two  look at the moon and stars as well as  one? Isn't It my grim old castle? Let  us sit here together, dear, and dream  awhile."  "You dear Yetlve," and Beverly drew  her down beside her on the cushions.  "But listen. I want you to get soine-  thiug out of your head. I was not  looking at anything in particular."  "Beverly, I believe you were thinking of Buldos," said the other, her fingers straying fondly across the girl's  soft hair.  "Ridiculous!" said Beverly, conscious  for the first timi* that he was seldom  out of her thoughts. The realization  came like a blow, and h��r eye*- grew  very wide out tliere iu the darkness.  <T<>   Be ('Ortininid.i  THE  LITTLE WOMAN.  Baldos stood at the window. .  dos is a man of consequence, possibly  one of our bitterest enemies, and he  hates him. For my own part, I may  say that I like the man. 1 believe he ls  to be trusted, but if he be an agent of  Volga or Gabriel, his opportunity has  come. He is in a position to make accurate maps of the fort and of all our  masked fortifications along the city  walls." Beyond a doubt the baron was  worried. ,,������*-  .."Neither am I'one of you," said Bev-"*  erly. stoutly.   "Why shouldn't I prove  to be a traitress?"  "You have no quarrel with us, Miss  Calhoun," said Dangloss.  - "If anything happens, then, I am to  be blamed for it!" she cried ln deep  distress. "I brought him to Edelweiss,  aud I believe in him."  ' "For his own sake, your highness,  and, Miss Calhoun,<-?I suggest that no  opportunity should-be given him to  communicate with tlie outside world.  We cannot accuse him, of course, but  we can protect him. I come to ask  your permission to have him detailed  for duty only in places where no suspicion can attach to any of his actions." *  *y! i'"You' mean inside the city walls?"  Yasked Yetive.  *.'.  "Yes, your highness, and as far as  possible from the fortress."  "I think it Is a wise precaution.  Don't be angry, Beverly," the princess  ' Raid gently. "It is for his own sake,  you see. I am acting on the presumption that he Is wholly innocent of any  desire to. betray us." >  "It wouId.,Be easy for some one high  ln position to accuse and convict him,"  said Dangloss meaningly.  "And it would be just like some one,  too," agreed Beverly, her thoughts,  with the others', going toward none  but one man "high in power."  Later In the day she called Baldos  to her side as they were riding In the  castle avenue. She was determined to  try a little experiment of her own.  "Baldos^jyhat do you think of ths  /  CHAPTER XV.  A"" FEW hours later all was dark  and silent within the castle. On  the stone walks bel��w the  I steady tread of sentinels rose  on the still air. In tbe hallways the  trusted guardsmen glided about like- j  specters or stood like statues. An hour,  before the great edifice had been bright  and full of animation. Now it slumbered.  It was 2 o'clock. The breath of roses  scented the air; the gurgle of fountains  was the only music that* touched the  ear. Beverly Calhoun, dismissing Aunt  Fanny, stepped from her window-  out upon the great stone balcony. "'A.  rich oriental dressing gown, loose and  comfortable, was her costume. Something told her that sleep".would be a  long time coming, and an hour In the- i  warm, delightful atmosphere of the  night was more attractive than the  close, sleepless silence of her own room.  Every window along the balcony was  dark, proving that the entire household  had retired to rest.  She was troubled. The fear had entered her head that the castle folic  were regretting the advent of Baldos.  that every one was questioning the wis- .  dom of his being in the position he |  iccupied through her devices. Her talk  with him did much to upset, her tranquillity. That he knew so much of the  fortress bore out the subtle suspicions  of Dangloss and perhaps others. She  was troubled, not that she doubted  him, but that If auy thing 'went wrong  an accusation against him, however  unjust, would be difficult to overcome.  And she would be to blame in a large  degree.  For* many minutes she sat ln the  dark "shadow-^of-*-gfeat~i5illarrher"el~  bows upon the cool balustrade, staring  dreamily into the star studded vault  above. Far away in the air she could  see the tiny yellow lights of the monastery, lonely sentinel on the mountain  top. From the heights near that abode  of peace and penitence an enemy  could destroy the fortress to the south.  Had not Baldos told her so? One big  gun would do the work if it could be  taken to that altitude. Baldos could  draw a perfect map of the fortress.  He could tell precisely where the shells  should fall. And already the chief  men In Edelweiss were wondering who  be was and to what end he might utilize his knowledge. They were watch-  lug him; they were warning her.  For the first time since she came to  tbe castle she felt a sense of loneliness,  a certain uubappiness. She could not  shake off tbe feeling that she was,  after nil, aloue In hor belief in Baldos.  Her heart told her > that the tall,  straightforward fellow she had met in  the bills was as honest us the day.  She' -was deceiving him. she realized,  but he was-misleading uo one. 'Off in  a distant part of the castle ground'she  could see the long square shadow that-  marked the. location of the barracks  and mess room. There he was sleeping, confidently believing in her and  her power to save him "rom all harm.  Something in ber soul cried out to him  that she would be stanch and true and  that he might sleep without a tremor  of apprehensiveness.  Suddenly she smiled nervously and  drew back into the shadow of the pillar. It 'occurred to her tbat he might  be looking across the moonlit park,  looking directly at her through all that  shadowy distance. She was conscious  of a strange glow In her cheeks and a  quickening of the blood as she pulled  the folds of ber gown across her bare  throat  n "Not the moon, nor the stars, nor the  light in St. Valentine's, but the black  tiling  away off there on  the earth,"  said a soft voice behind her, aud Beverly started as if tbe supernatural had  approached  ber.    She turned  to face  the-princess, who stood almost at ber  side,  "yetlve!   How did you get here?"  "That  Is  what you  are  looking at  dear." went on Yetive as if completing  ber charge. "Why are you not In bed?"  "And^ou \. I thought you -fffire.sound  Exercise and Tricks of Dress That Will  Make Her Seem Taller.  The woman who wants to seem taller must see how slender she can be.  The Uiiuuer she is tbe taller she will  look, other things being equal. But  there are things she must do.  These are the things to be learned:  First, to hold up your head; second, to  dress iu long skirts, and, third, to'dress  your neck longer and wear the balr as  high as possible. You must wear your  gowns broader on the shoulders and  must dress wider, so to speak. Little  women make a mistake if they wear  tight fitting shoulders and long, thin  sleeves. They only make themselves  look wizened.  The following Is a good exercise to  practice: Lift the arms. Then stoop  and rest on the right knee. Rising,.reverse the motion and rest on the other  knee. Then run down the room, jumping from foot to foot. Then come back,  still Jumping and this time lifting the  feet as though you were skipping. The  final movement Is to toss the arms upward and bend backward.  - There is a reason for all things, and  tbe reason why these exercises make  the little woman taller Is that they  make her supple. She grows much  more Umber, and If you are limber you  will seem to be taller than you really,  are. The little lithe woman who can  skip abont If necessary Is much taller  la appeaLance than the little stiff wo-  wan who cannot jump about to save  her life and must walk as though she  were in a vise.  PERFUMED  CAPS.  Dainty  Method   of  Imparting  a  Faint  Scent to the Hair. *  For the woman who enjoys delicate  scents the most bewitching cap ' has  heen invented. It is made of either  pink or blue taffeta and lined with soft  white silk." It ls gathered up like the  caps of our great-grandmothers, leaving a charming little ruffle at the edge,  from which a curl or two may legitimately escape.  The cap is softly wadded and perfumed. One night's sleep ju-the pretty  affair 'eaves your hair delightfully  scented for days, or it may be worn  for a short-time in the afternoon before going out for a dance in the evening, and the hair will be sufficiently  perfumed.  -The heir has the quality of retaining  any odor, pleasant or unpleasant, for a  very long time. That is why the housekeeper is urged so strongly to cover  her locks with the rubber cap .when  frying buckwheat cakes.  Liquid perfume should always be  used in an atomizer. " It will then he  scattered In- the minutest quantities  and will reach those near you in what  poets are pleased to call "faint, Inde-  flnable waftings.". If you place your  handkerchief at the top of the bottle  and swash the^ contents against the  fabric, you will'waft anything but an  "Indefinable" perfume. Atomizers are  to be had in all sorts of charming designs, both expensive and inexpensive.  ���Chicago News.  THE  HOME  DOCTOR.  Goose oil persistently applied for a  few weeks will loosen stiff joints.  Celery tops and roots steeped in hot  water makes au excellent tea to ba  taken by nervous persons.  - Olive oil mixed with quinine and rubbed on the back and chest prevents  cold settliug on the lungs.  The moment pimples and cold sores  appear on the face take a dose of  citrate of magnesia, which will cool  tlie blood and put the system in better  condition.  As soon as a cold sore appears wet  the spot with camphor and cover with  powdered subultrate of bismuth. Camphor by itself will also lessen the ln-  fiammatlon.  Certain kinds of toothache can be relieved by painting the gums with a solution of one-half Iodine and one-half  glycerin. If there is. a cavity, in th*  tooth, saturate a small piece of absorbent* cotton in oil of cloves, tincture  pf myrrh or laudauum and place it In  the cavity.  Shirt Waist Boxes.  Very frequently shirt waist boxes  may be bought at reduced prices in the  shops, owing perhaps to the coverings,  which do not always suit the taste of  the purchaser or harmonize in ton<*>  with the furnishings of the room for  which they are desired. These boxes  are very useful not only for shirt  waists, but for children's short clothes,  and shoes, and aro often used for patch  boxes. They can be easily reupliolster-  ed and made' more fanciful with little  trouble. One seen recently had a box  plaited flounce or valance around the  box of a dainty patterned cretonne,  and the lid was covered smoothly with  the same. The inner lining was of  self colored chintz corresponding with  the dominant shade in the cretonne.  Sometimes rollers or casters are used  to give more height to the box when  it is to be used as a seat. In thli  capacity it Is well to stuff the Ud with  hair or cotton, and the edges may bt  flpisbed with a narrow furniture gimp.  Harrisburg.  John Harris was the first settler of  Harrisburg.    Its name was afterward  changed to Louisburg,  thea back to  Harrisburg.       ��� .....  A SOCIAL LEADER  OF KANSAS CITY  Attributes  Her   Excellent  Pe-ru-na  Health   to  MRS.  W.   H.  SIMMONS  Mrs. W. H. Simmons, 1119 E. 8th  St., Kansas City., Mo., member of the  National  Annu;ty  association,  writes:  "Jly health was excellent until about  a year ago, when I had a co.mplitt  collapse from overdoing socially, not  getting Uie proper rest, and too manj  late suppers. My stomach was in o  dreadful condition, and my nerves all  unstrung.  "I was advised by a friend to try  Peruna, and eventually I bought a  bottie. I took it and then another,  and kept using it for three months.   -  "At the end of that time' my health  was restored, my nerves no longer  troubled me, and I felt myself_ once  more and* able, to assume my "social  position. I certainly feel that Peruna  is deserving' of praise."  , There are many reasons why society women break down, why fche'ir  nervous systems fail,' why they have  systemic or pelvic catarrh. Indeed,  they are especially liable 'to these ailments. No wonder they require the"  protection of Peruna. It is their shield  and safeguard.  Made For Fat, Men.  One of .the' narrow arches-ln the gallery of the chapel at Columbia univer  slty Is not exactly symmetrical, al  though the defect ls not noticeable to  the casual observer. The reason for  the widening of the arch after its,or.p  tnal construction had rise In a some  what humorous occurrence. One oi  the early visitors was a remarkably fat  man, who found himself "wedged into  the arch when he tried to squeeze  through and was extricated with some  difficulty. The builders, recognlzinii  the possibility of other fat people be  ing numbered among the future vis  itors, decided to widen the arch, sacrificing symmetry and harmony to  practical need, as the pier was so constructed as to bear no loss of width  on one of its sides.  CANADIAN INVENTOR'S  EXPERIENCE  INTERESTING  INCIDENT BY  A FAMOUS PATENTEE  Mr. Wm. Wilson, of Craigie Villa.  London (Ont.), the inventor, of the-  Wilson l-,iuit Case, now .adopted by  t!u Canadian Government, tells an  interesting oxpeiicnce which shows  the healing and antiseptic value oi  Zim-Buk, the herbal balm. He says.  "I had two poisoned wounds on my  le*, which were very sore anu" Julian -  ed. They caused me much pain and  suffering, and although I tried several  sa've3 they refused to heal. Zam-Buk  was recommended, and I applied some.  It acted splendidly and in a vtiy short  ti ne healed  the wounds.  "At another time I sustained a nasty  cut. Zam-Buk took away the soieness  almost instantly and soon clos&l and  healed the wound. D have also used  Zam-Buk for other injuries, and I have  no-hesitation���in -expressing���my_high  opinion o�� its value. It is, without  doubt,  a  splendid  household  halml"  Zam-Buk cuies blood poison, cuts  bruises, old wounds, running sores,  ulcers, boils, spring eruptions, scalp  sol-es, eczema, itch, barber's rash,  burns, scalds and all skin injuries and  diseases. All druggists and stores  sail at fifty cents a box, or fiom Zam-  Buk Co., Toionto, for price. Remember, it is' purely herbal 1  THE POPULAR  DISEASE.  An ache In tbe back and a pain ln the  head���  That's the grip! .  A choke ln the throat and a yearning for  bed���  That'a the grip!  A river of heat, then a shiver of cold,  A feeling of being three  hundred years  old,  A willingness even to do as you're told���  That's the grip!  An arrow of pain, now ln this place, now  that���  That's the grip!  A feeling of doubt aa to where you are  at���  That'B the srlpl  A   stupid   sensation���of   course,- wholly  new!���  A foolish depression���why should you feel  ���    blue?-  A doubt aa to whether this really is you���  That's the grip!  Strange visions, at night that deprive you  of rest���  That's the grip!  A taste in your mouth and a welfi-ht on  r your chest���  That's the grip!  A tired sensation tha* runs through your  veins,  A   queer   combination   of   aches   and   of  pains,  A vapid admission of absence of brains���  ,,.-- That's the grip! -  A   marvelous   weakness,   come   on   ln   a  day���'5  That's the grip!  A   petulant  wonder,   "How. long  will   lt  stay?"���  That's the grip!  A season of fever, a season of freeze,  A quivering  weakness  that's  felt  at the  knees-  Say, if ever there was a cuss-ed disease.  It's the grip!  ���Somervllle Journal.  VIGOR AND HEALTH  FULLY RESTORED  The Old Tired5; EJsiless FeeBings, the SBeep-  lessnessp  and  Nervousness  Were  Driven Away by  r. Ghase?s Nerve Food-  BABY'S  FRIEND  Railways  of  Canada.  The total number of miles of railway in operation in Canada in 1906 is  placed at 21,353, as compared with  20,487 for 1905. But seventy-four mile-*  of iron rails^now remain as a relic  ol former days. As indicative of the  expansion in transportation facilities  it may be pointed out that 3,071 mile��  of railway were under construction on  June 30 last, as compared with 1,066  on tlie same date of the precedin--'  year. The total number of locomo  Uvea is placed at 2,931; first-clas*  cars, 1,289; second-class cars. 716  cattle and.box cars, 61,929. .The grand  total of cars of all classes in use h  99,874. Of these 91,015 are fitted witl*  automatic couplers and 85,616 with ai)  brakes.  Statistics of traffic show 27,989.78;  passcngera'carried last year, and 57.  .966,713 tons of freight. The numbe>  of passengers ��� increased by over tw  and one-half million, and the numbe-  of tons of freight; by over seven mil  lions, as compared with" the preced  ing year. The total earnings of rail  wavs for the last year were $125,322  .865. as compared with $106,467,1118 fo  3905./ The capital invested in C.infl  dian rail-ways has reached the lartr-  sum of $1,332,498,704. The record5", o  fatal accidents last year shows a deaf  list of 16 passengers,' 139 employes an-  206 others killed in various ways.* .-  .totat- of 361, aa compared with -16*-} ii  1905. Only one passenger in 1.749.36  was fatally injured. In respect (���  passenger traffic earnings the ropor  shows total earnings of $33 392 I*  for a total train mileage of 2^.071 'WP  giving earnings per mile nf fl.lH'5  Electric railwavn show a total mile  age at the end of Jump Inst of Rl.  miles. Ontario bur 441 milo5-!. nrn-  Quebec comes next with 10P mi lei Me>  earnings for the year totalled $4 201.  834. Twelve passengers were killed  as  compared  with  30  in '1905.  "Before I got Baby's Own Tablets  my baby was troubled with colic and  vomiting and cried night and day,  and I was almost worn out. But after  giving ihim the Tablets for a few days  the trouble disappeared and you  would not know it was the name child,  he 'is so healthy and goo.d-natured  now." This is the grateful testimonial  of Mrs. George -Howell! Sandy Beach,  Que., and it tells other mothers who  are worn out caring for cross sickly  children, how they can -bring health to  the little one and ease to themselves.  Baby's Own Tablets promptly cure  the minor ailments of'little ones, and  there are no cross sickly children in  the homes where the Tablets are used.  Sold- by all medicine dealers, or b-v  mail at 25 cents a box from Tl-e Dr  Williams- Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  The experience described in this letter corresponds to that of thousands of  women who have not yet learnt of the  marvelous restorative and invigorating  power  of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food.  Mis. Henry Claike, Port Hope, Out.,  states: "I have used scveial boxes ol  Dr. Chase's .Nerve Food for nervous  ness and a completely run-down sys  torn and can hcaitily recommend il  a'j a wondeifully effective treatment,  Bofore using this remedy I had been  in very poor health for some months  I seeniel to have no'cneigy or ainbi  tion, felt tiled and listless most of the  ti.ne aud could scarcely drag myself  about tlie house. I was weak, irritable  and nervous, could not sleep well and  felt discouraged about my Health. Dr.  Chase's Nerve J-'uoil hits taken away  these symptoms and given back mj  usual health and vigor, consequently I  endo.se  it^fully."  Weakness, lightheadedness, dizziness  at rising is one of the certain indica  tions  of thin  blood  and  an exhausted  condition  of,the body.  The action of tlie heaifis weak,' digestion is impaired, and all the vital  organs perform their . functions - im-  pjifectl/, giving rise to headaches,  feelings of fatigue and  depression.  Because it goes 'diiectly to tlie for  mation of new, rich blood, every do.-.i  oi Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is bound lu  prove of some benelit under such conditions.  Naturally and gradually the exhaust  el system is lcstorcd until eveiy organ is given back its accustomed  strength and vigor. The weight is in-  Ciu.si.-il, the form Is rounded out, aud  hsalth and vitality -.hive out weakness,  pain and diooase.  > Dr. ChaBu's Nerve Food, the great  blood-builder and restorative, SO cems  a bo-c, 6 boxes lor ipi.SO, at all dealtis  fcr Elmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  The portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W. Chase, the famous receipt book  author,  aie on eveiy  box". .  King CarloB of Portugal i-s shortly lo  pay a visit to Brazil.  Ill fitting toots and shoes cause  corns. Holloway's Corn ,Cuie *is the  article to use. Get a "bottle at once  and cure your corns.  "If 'twas really wrong to loaf once  in a .while," said Uncle Ebon, "nature  wouldn't waste time tumin' out sunshiny days an' fishil' .Worms."���Washington  Star.  Little Olga���Is your wound sore,  Cantaiu Dmitri?  Captain���Wound?    What wound?  Little Olga���Why, niamm,a says she  tut you at the dinner party l^st night.  ���S^utok.    ���    -    i  Minard's  Liniment Cures   Distemper.  Japan has opened negotiations with  Turkey, with a view to establishing  embassies 'of the - two countiies ai  their respective capitals.  ���CCIl JOHN!  lis   Ia   a  "Poor   Sinner"   Because   He  Wanted  to Get to  Sleep.  "John."  "Yes, dear." -  "Did you lock the basement door?"  "Yes."  "Are you sure the gas ls turned off  In the kitchen range?"  . "Uh huh." ^ -  "I don't believe you looked at the  dining room windows."      -   -  "Yes, I did. Now" keep quiet , I  want to go to sleep." ���  "It seems to me I smell gas. .I'm  afraid you didn't open the damper Lb  the furnace pipe."  "The furnace Is all right, I fixed It  the last thing."  "Well, I have a-queer feellug that  something Is the matter. Are you sure  the front door is bolted?"  "Yes, yes, yes! Confound It, give  me a chance to go to sleep! I need  rest!" '    ; - o  "John." ��� ]  "Oomph." -i  "John, are you asleep?"  "Oomph."  "John, wake up and answer me. You  forgot to lock the library window. The  girl was dusting today and had It  open."  ^'Oomph."  "John, stop that pretending and get  up. I can't go to sleep tonight unless  you go nnd lock that.wlndowi",  "Oh, Lord, why can't you let a fellow-  alone? <I fixed all the windows. All  of them���every window lu -the house-  kitchen, dining room, library���all of  .'em! All of 'em, can you understand  that? The doors are all bolted. The  furnace Is as it should be. The gas is  turned off In the kitchen. Now let me  alone, will you?"  ���^-John.!'���. _ =_  .^OfelPAN-V?^!  MITEll);  ;gqbr;u^ated  ���: v i i*  Y   JY.S      Y;;-  ���'���y!l|fe.-.i''Ws'2i-:  laaia  -.;'���., ill!-!"..:','!  iron:  "Ooraph."  "John, wake up and listen to what  I say."  "Great heavens, are you talking yet  or again?" "-���  "John Worthlngton, did you water  the rubber plant?"  ��- �� ���_* * �� j t; ii * ��� ."  "Oh, our heavenly Father, have mercy on this poor sinner and give me patience to"���  "Shut up!"���Chifiigo Record-HerakL  First English Iron Furnaces.  Tlie first English Iron furnaces were  erectPd on the tops of Mils so ns to get  the greatest possible blast of wind.  Alone   In   His  Glory,  The man who snugly states that he  Is  "clothed   in   right-pon-arms?"  Believes himself sole  patentee  Of that peculiar dreaa.  For Strains  ���of Back ���of Shoulder  ���of Stifle ���of Hough  ���of Whirlebone ���of Knee  ���of Fetlock ���of Coffin Joint  ���of Pastern"  Swelling  and all  Lameness in  Horsea  use  Fellows'  Leeming's  Essence,  Two or three teaspoon-  f uls in a little Rum or Brandy,  cures Sprains, Bruises and  Lameness in 24 hours���takes  out nil the soreness���and puts  horses '.'on their feet again."  '."' 50c. a bottle.   If your drug-  gist does not have it, send to  Naflsul Drag & Chemical Go.  Lbaltedt HoMtreaL    17  .IwaTOV  Good Reasons  WHY OUR,  Corrugated  Iron  ,   Is Preferred   .  by Those Who Know  .We use only*beat Apollo or  English sheets._.���_-  . The corrugations are pressed  one at a time���not rolled���fitting  perfectly, both at ends and ��ides  without waste.  No scale, pin holes or other  defects  are ever found  in  our ,  goods.      -  ���*���  ���'  The   galvanized   sheets, are  coated on both sides with all the -  galvanizing material tKat can ad-  ' here to them. __    ' * "  - The painted sheets are coated  on both sides with best quality  paint.".'.,'.   .' ^-  - We furnish any size or gaugA  required ��� either curved or  straight  If you .desire durable quality  and certain economical satisfaction, send us your specifications  or writ* for further Information.  NO CHEAP TRASH  .8}  WESTERN CANADA FACTORY, 797 NOTRE DAME AVENUE., WINNIPEG.  .'HEAD OFFICE.   -  TORONTO-  I  A  Tbe Horseman's Friend  ���Safe aad Sure.  , If you have a lame horse, get Kendall's Spavin Cure.   If you  have a horse that'you can't work on account of a Sprain, Strain or  .  Bruise, get Kendall's Spavin Cure.   If you have a horse, that even the  veterinary can't cure of Spavin���or any Soft Bunchea or Swellings���get  - Kendall's Spavin Cure. '  Be sura you set KENDALL'S.    Two generation*���throughout Canada and the  United States���have used it and proved it.  Travelers' Rbst, P.E.I., Dec. 15, 'OS.  " I have been using Kendall's Spavin Cure for tht last 20 years,  and always find It safe and sore." HUBERT P. McNEIIA.  tl. a bottle-^-8 for 15. Write for a copy  of our great' book   "Treatise On Tlie  Horse."   It's a mine of information for  farmers and horsemen, who want to keep .  their stock in prime condition.  Hailed free. 35  OR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,  CnosBURs Falls,   ���   Vchmont, U.S.A.  Miserable All The Time?  Dull headaches���back aches���low spirited���-hate  the sight of food���don't sleep well���all tired out ia  the morning���no heart for work f  GIN PILLS  will make you well  Your kidneys are affected���either through overwork, exposure or disease. It is the Kidneys that  are making you feel so wretched. Gin Pills cure sick  kidneys���make you, well and strong���give you all  your old time energy and vitality. Cheer up���and  take Gin Pills. 50c. a box���6 for $2.50. Sent on  receipt of price it your dealer does not handle them.  BOLE DRUG CO.     -     WINNIPEG, MAN.    S3  XUBBCORNXN-O  Cattle with horns are dangerous  and a consUnt menaoe to persons  ana other cattle. Dehorn them  quleklr and with slight pain with a  KEYSTONE DEHORNER  Ml over In s mtnutes. Not a harsh  method. Leaves a oltar, olean ont.  Cows (lv* more mllki steers maks  better beet Send tortna booklet.  A g.Hciistna. flrfoa, OaUrio, Co.*  -   il  W.    N.   U.    No.   633 rci  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Saves  Time  CelluloidStarchneeds  no cooking just  cold water and 'tis  ready. 'Twon't stick,-  yet gives a better  gloss, with less iron-  rubbing, than any  starch *you know,  Its price is little.  Your dealer sells it  Tryitthiaweek.   wa  Celluloid  St.Sk.3rcH'  GERMANY'S REPLY  Berlin���The Berliner Tageblalt has  drawn attention ' to tlie great size of  the_ new -battleships and annoiecl  cruisers whioh Germany is laying  dow^i. The Tageblatt states that the  new Gorman cruiser P, to be laid  - down this year, will displace l��>/'00  tons and will have turbine engines of  40,000 to 50,000 h.p.  .It is undo.stood tbat her battoiy vill  consist of .ten or twelve 11-inch guns,  as ajainst tho Indomitable's eight lis  inch, so that the German vessel will  not only be larger, but also moie  heavily ajrmed. The . Tageblatt ,adds  that the now German battleships, of  which two weie ordered last year and  tvyo more will be laid down this year,  will- also surprise the world, and inti  mates that further credits for the Gei*  man navy will be obtained from the  reichstag.  - With such 'secrecy have the German  plans bean carried out that the British  admiralty has no authentic particulate  of the new German ships' iii its possession.  Prevent Disorder���At the first symptoms of internal disorder, Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills should be resorted to  immediately. Two otr three of these  salutary pellets, taken before going to  bed, followed - by doses of one or two  pills for two or three nighta in succes  sion, will serv6 as a preventive of at  tacks of dyspepsia and all the discomforts-whioh follow", in -the train-of that  .fell disorder. -The means' are pinVple  when the way is known.  EDISON'S TASTE INT TIMEPIECES  Some years ago Thomas A. Edison.  4he great American inventor, was pie  eented Iwith a bea'utiful Swiss watch  by a European scientific society. Thai  the gift W.as really a magnificent time  * piece may be judged from' its value,  which was $2,700. After some time  the makers began enquiry to find out  if the watch' was-'giving satisfaction  'This interrogation brought to light the  fast that Mr. Edison-makes little ust  of the valuable gift. Instead he buy's  a '-stem winder, costing a dollar and a  half, breaks the chain ring" off, and  thrusts it in'-his trousers pocket. If it  becomes clogged with dirt Ke squirts  a little oil into it by way of encourage  menft, and if it proves obstinate aftei  this treatment he smashes- it with a  hammer and buys a new one.���Philadelphia Press.   -  ���Ufta of Ohio, City of Toleae,     ���: '  Lucas County,   -  - Frank   J.   Cheney - makes oath that he  hi   senior   partner   of   the   Arm of F. J.  * Cheney ft Co., doing business ln the city  ' ef Toledo.  County   and  Btate   aforesaid.  - and that  said  Arm will  pay the sum of  . ONE! HUNDRED  DOLLARS for,each and  every   case    of    Catarrh  that cannot be  euied by the) ue of Hall's Catarrh Cur*.  ���FRANK  J.  CHBNET.  Bworn to before me and subscribed In  mv  presence thla  Sth  day  of December,  A. D   1S8��. - A. W.  GLBASON.  -(Seal.) Notary  Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally  and acts directly on the blood and rauo-  pus surfaces of the system. Send fo*  testimonials free.  F. J. CHENBT   A CO..  Tol'do.  O  Sold  by all   Druggists.  7 �����  Vuko Hail's Family Pills for constlpatloa  '  Mrs. Corem '(standing   in   shadow oi  -doorway)���Is your nlistress at homjB?  Servant���I don't| know, - ma'am.  Can't tell whether she's home or * not  till I git a good look at ye. If ye ho\  a wart on. the 'side p' yer nose, ma'am,  she ain't.���Punch.   ' ~  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches anc  every form of contagious lt��-,h on hum *  an or animals cured in 30 minutes b\  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  "THE  MYSTERY' SOLVED  "Why-   did* *lovey    mawwy    dovey���  huh?"   cooed   the,foolish   young   mar  -ricd-thing-as-it-twincd-its-arms-about-  the neck of its husband.  "Well, you see, we]d been going to  gether suite a fc'hile," Mabel, and you  had begun to act this way. So I de"  cided it was the only way I. could get  rid of you without a breach-of-pronuse  suit."���Judge.  It Is the Farmer's Friend. ��� The  farmer will find Dfl\ Thomas' Eclectric  Oil a potent remedy for " wounds or  pains in the body or for affections ol  the respiratory organs and for house  hold use generally. He will also find  it a convenient friend in treating in  jured horses, cattle, etc., or relieving  them when* attacked by colds, coughs  or any kindred ailments to winch they  are subject. -  -   '        HE WAS RIGHT  Father���Don't    you    know    that _ ii  hurts your mother as much to puniBb  you as it does yout ~:i >  ���  Son���Yes, but I'll bet the--neighbors  ain't ascertain  of it.���Florida JTlmos  The. impression prevails in.;-Europe  that the sultan of Morocco will eon  oede all France's demands.        -.  The members of the Nethei lands  cabinet who had-offered their resigna  tions, havo agreed to recall them at  the request of Queen Wilhelmina. 55  Free from  Alcohol  Since May, 1908,^Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been entirely free  from alcohol. If you are in  poor health, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor-about taking this non-alcoholic tonic and  alterative. If he has a better  medicine, take his. Get the best  always.   This is our. advice.  Wo jpubllsh. oar formulas  We'banlsh, aloohol  from onr mediflines  Wo urgo you to  oonsnlt your   .,    .dootor.  A sluggish liver means a coated tongue,  a bad breath, and constipated bowels.  The question Is, "What is the best thing  to do under such circumstances? " Ask  your doctor if this is not a good answer:  "Take laxative doses of Ayer's Pills."  br tlie 1.0. Ajar Co., Lowell,  ROOM  FURNISHINGS:  They Should Ba Simple, Durable,  Sanitary and Artistic.  Do not act on the supposition that  everything old Is beautiful. "Your  grandfather's taste may have been  worse than yours," observes an expert Do not buy many things. Do  not make a museum,of your house.  The furnishingS_should be adapted to  the use to which the family wishes to  put them. The life for which the white  and gold chair was designed Is elaborately and distantly formal. Conventionality and ceremony rather than  cozy comfort are suggested by the  white and gold room. The use of the  room and the purpose of the article  should be kept in mind in the selection  of furniture.  Furnishings should be simple, durable, sanitary and artistic. Color Is one  of the most Important elements ln the  selection of furnishings. Do we realize that the Indefinable difference between the restful room and the inharmonious room ls ,largely a matter of  color? A room requires Its color to be  in unison if lt ls to soothe and rest  Frequently the householder" may recall Morris' words, "Have nothing in  your homes that you do not know to  be useful or believe to be beautiful."  And those from Henderson: "One must  surround' oneself with wholesomeness  and beauty. This parallelism between  conciseness and nature makes this Insistence upon convenience of arrangement arid respect for form and color  more than a mere matter of taste. It  makes It a matter of moral obligation."  A man's surroundings are not accidental. They are a part of-himself and  must likewise-be chastened and purl-  fled. . An ugly room, badly lighted,  poorly ventilated, Inadequately heated,  must be regarded as morally reprehensible, whether provided for oneself  or for somebody else. It Is the projection of��� an evil thought and, entering  Into consciousness, lowers^the level of  human" life."���Boston Traveler.  i;he, care; of rugsl  - **' /     ~* ��� ** '     . \  How to Sweep Largo One* and to Dust  Small Ones.  Some housekeepers have concluded  that they prefer two or three small  rugs in a.room to one large one which  Is too heavy for a woman to handle  and beat A great single rug covering  the center of the room looks well, even  if of no better quality than a good  Smyrna. But smaller rugs must be of  better quality- to prove satisfactory.  Provided there ls a.large rug'down  and no man willing or to be hired to  beat it, ;by care it can be kept in' fair  condition for several weeks.*. Of course'  it must be swept where it is.- r Having -  dusted- the movable ornaments* and  chairs and carried tbem to I another,  room and dusted and covered other  things'that are conveniently* moved,  sweep the rug in the direction of.the  warp in short strokes and take up the  dirt along the edges on the floor. Now  sweep J;he;rug. again .in the opposite  direction after scattering over it bits  .of dampened^ newspaper ^ pressed as  dry, as possible. Turn the edges'up  and."brush out underneath for a'few  Inches. Now sweep the bare floor with  a~dust brush, and after the dust has  settled "wipe .the floor with a, slightly  damp cheesecloth and the rug with another cheesecloth dampened in water  ,to'-"yhich"a few drops of ammonia have  been added. In this way the rug will  look bright and be quite free, from  dust. '      . ,    _    -  Tea leaves when used -to take up  dust." are apt to stain delicate colors.-  ,The above method of cleaning a "rug  may" seem troublesome' to one who  would prefer toattack it with a broom  and give it a vigorous digging, but it'  would be no cleaner by her treatment  and the' walls and furniture would be  loaded with dust, to" say "nothing of  discomfort to the sweeper in breathing  the dust.  If small rugs are used, do not allow  them to be taken out and shaken by  one'end or, "in fact, shaken at all, for  this is the way to break them into rags,  along the edges at least Ilang over a  line and beat~with a rattan, or, "better  yet have the rugs laid on the grass  and beaten on the wrong side first and  then turned.���Chicago Inter Ocean.  LAND OF FARM HOMES.  Census Shows Remarkable Progress In  Manitoba  and   the   Northwest.  A census blue book, giving the population of Manitoba and the Northwest Provinces by sexes, and a summary of statistics'of field crops and  live stock for 1906, as compared with  the census of 1901, has just been is-  Bued at Ottawa.  In Manitoba the census of last year  showed 205,183 males and 160,605 females. Winnipeg has 50,461 males  and 39,692 females. Brandon 5,756  males and 4,652 females. Saskatchewan has 152,793 males and 104,970 females. Alberta has 108,281 males and  77,131 females. In all three provinces  there are 466,257 males and 342,606  females, leaving a preponderance ol  123,651 males.  In 1906 there were in the three provinces 120,439 farms, as compared  with 55,625 in 1901, an increase of 65,-  814. Manitoba now has 35,441 farms,  "Saskatchewan 54,787, and Alberta 30,-  211. The increase in the number oi  farms over 1901 were: Manitoba, 3,629;  Saskatchewan, 41,407; Alberta, 20,778.  In 1906 there were 682,919 horses in  the three provinces, as compared with  340,329 in 1901; 384,006 milch cows, aa  compared with 244,216; 1,560,992 other  horned cattle as compared with 698,-  407.  The area of wheat under cultivation  last year was 2,422,345 acres for Mani-1  toba, 1,381,921 for Saskatchewan, and  147,921 for Alberta, a total of 3,952,187  acres, as against 2.495.467 in 1901  Explained.  "What do you understand by a nonentity?"  "A man who Is'a member of a family containing five women."  Watercress.  If you suffer from pimples eat liberally of water cress. There is no better blood purifier. Water cress Is rich  in iron and so is very good for those  who are inclined to be anaemic.  The Mark  UmtTolls  Tiotte tfarK  ���Trsdo msrled thus In a  Variety ofilyles, fabrics and  truss for women, men and  children. Folra Fitlocf.'  Deslen ar* authorized to  replace instantly and at out  cost, sny Pen-Anal* garment faulty in material  or   making.      '206  Pen-Angle trade-,  mark (in red) on  - every Pen-Angle  garment, tells you  it will fit and won'6  shrink, ���your  own dealer so  guarantees it  Underwear ��� thua  trademarked is  softer, warmer,  more flexible,  batter wearing.  3  THE WORD PARLOR GOES.  Living  Room Takes the Place of Old  Time Parlor.  ''If I had my way," remarked the  motherly looking woman, with conviction",' "I should eliminate the word 'parlor' from the dictionary. Why, I know  ever so many good women, well Inten-  tloned, hardworking and self sacrificing, who run this parlor idea Into-the  ground and are so uncomfortable to  live with tbat their children and husbands go out to spend the evenings to  get away from the stiffness and discomfort of their own homes.  "I have a family" ln mind right now_  who only heat their parlor on Sundays.  The furniture ls too good for everyday  use." Tbe daughter can't practice' on  the piano because the glorious sunshine  would fade the carpet, even supposing  she wouldn't take her death of cold.  Why, if they have evening callers, they  have to take them into the dining room  until the parlor's heated.  "I have another friend with a genius  for creating the true home spirit Her  big front room Is warm and comfortable all the time. A lsjrge table In the  center, around which the family sit Is  provided with a drop light, aoft and  brilliant Magazines ln abundance are  ready to the hand, and a soft conch  with innumerable pillows���not very ornamental, but, oh,_so comfortable���oc-  cnples a cozy corner. Everything Is  gracious and homelike, and the faces  are all so happy and contented.  "The average household ln moderate  circumstances ls sufficiently limited for  room without reserving the largest and  airiest apartment for company use. *  "Nothing too good for the family is  my motto," finished the comfortable  looking woman.  Sugar Taken by Canada.  One of the features of the gathering  of Colonial Ministers in London next  month will be the mutual congratulations over the ever-increasing bond.i  of preferential trading between colony  and colony. The West Indies, were  they represented, could join with Canada "in satisfaction over the results of  inter-colonial preference, for it is announced that out of a total import  of 420,000,000 pounds of raw sugar into  Canada last year," 323,000,000 pound?  were from the West Indies and Brit  ish Guiana.'.    A SPRING TONIC  Dr.  Williams'  Pink, Pills  Make   Rich,  Red,   Health-giving   Blood  Cold winter months, enforcing close  confinement In over-heated, badly ven-  tilaicd looms���in the home, ln **he shoii  and in the school���sap the vitality ot  even the strongest The blood becomes clogged with Impurities, the  liver sluggish, the kidneys weakened,  sleep is not restful���you awake just  as tired as when you went to bed;  you are low spirited, pernaps have  headache and blotchy skin���that Is the  condition of thousands of people every  spring. It comes to all unless the  blood Is enriched by a good tonic���by  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills  not only banish this feeling, but they  guard against the more serious ailments that usually follow���rheumatism, nervous debility, anaemia, indigestion and kidney trouble. -Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are an ideal spring  medicine. "Every dose makes new,  rich, red bloody Every drop of new  blood helps "to strengthen the over-"  worked nerves; overcomes weakness  and drives the germs of disease from  the body. A thorough treatment gives  you vim and energy to resist the torrid  heat of the coming summer. Mrs.  Jas. McDonald, Sugar Camp, Ont.,  says: "I was badly run down, felt  very weak and had no appetite. I  could scarcely drag myself about and  felt that my condition was growing  worse. I decided to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and before I had used a  dozen boxes I was as strong as ever.  My appetite returned and I am now  able to do my housework without feeling worn-out. I think Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills the best tonic there is."  It is a mistake to take purgatives In  spring. Nature calls for a medicine to  build up the wasted force���purgatives  only weaken. It ls a ..medicine to act  on the blood, which is necessary. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills are a blood nrjdl-  clne���they make pure, rich, red blood,  and strengthen every organ of the  body. See that the full name "Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People,"  Is printed on the wrapper around each  box. All other so-called pink pills arc  fraudulent Imitations. Sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 60 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50, from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville.  Ont.  ' Little Olga���Is your wound sore,  Captain Dmitri?  Captain���Wound?    What wound?  Little Olga���Why, nlamma says she  cut you at the dinner party last night.  ���Szutok.  Minard's Liniment Cures.Diphtheria  Mrs. Corem (standing in shadow of  doorway)���Is your n%istress at home?  Servant���I don'O know, ma'am.  Can't tell whether she's home or not  till I git a good look at ye. IC ye ho\  a wart on the side o' yer nose, ma'um.  she ain't.���Punch.  The Chain Cable.  The first man who succeeded In mak;  Ing a useful chain cable was Robert  Fllnn, who experimented with it In  1808. His cable was made of very  short links, with no stay pins or stnd%  but lt served the purpose,       ..   wtimmm,  THE LATE MR. C. B. RECORD,  rotncDsa o�� ths kscoro foumdxv.  Reproduced above, Is a portrait of the late  Mr. C. B. Record, tlio founder and original  bead of tho Record Foundry & Machine)  Co., of Moncton, N.B., and Montreal,  P.Q.  Previous to Mr. Record going into the  manufacture of stoves, those uied in  Canada were almost wholly of American  manufacture. Tha character of tha work  turned out by the Record Foundry tt  Machine Co., at onco gave their itovei a  standing, and as * result a very largo  business, aoori .grew up, largely owlt^r to  Mr. Record's Untiring industry and par-  severance against many obstacles.  Although Mr. Record retired from active,  businesses far back at 1870, tho solid  basis on which he. had established the industry, has resulted in Its growth' from a  sturdy pioneer Into one of the largest stove  manufacturing plants on tho northern half,  of the American continent. With two  largo plants, ono in Monotoo and one In  Montreal, the Record Foundry fc Machine  Co. are known from Halifax to Vancouver,  and their ���" Calorlflo" and "Admiral"  furnaces and. " Pent! Either " , ranges  recognized aa the standard of Canadian  excellence.  BROTHERHOOD  OF   ST.   ANDREW  The Brotherhood of'St. Andrew is aj  organization, of men in the Anglicai  co.nmunion, the sole purpose of wliicl  is, in the words of the constitution  "the spread of Christ's kingdon  among men, - especially young men.'  The simplicity of the object* and, the  simplicity of the rules have alway;  been the stiengtn of the order. Tlu  two rules of the. Brotherhood are, first  ly, of Prayer,- namely** "To pray dai^  for th'e spread of Christ's kingdon  among men, especially young men, anc  for God's blessing upon the labors o  the Brotherhood"; secondly, of Ser  vice, namely, "To make at least one  earnest effort each week to lead some  man nearer to Christ through His  church."  The Brotherhood . -was formed in  recognition of the "- fact that - every  Christian man is pledged to devote his  life to the extension of th'e kingdom  of Christ on caitli. It is composed of  men who are understood lo have ac  kno vleiged this responsibility as rest  inj; on themselves, 'and who are ready  to-strive, like St. Andrew, to bring  their _ brother to the knowledge. oi  Jesus" Christ. This is the fundamental  principle upon which* the Biotherhood  has  been  established  and  developed.  The growth of the Brotherhood has  been phenomenal. Prom a small be  ginning in St. James church, Chicago  some twenty years ago, it has increased  to nearly every land in which tht  Anglican communion is represented  Canada, the United States,"the West  Indies, England, Scotland, Ireland and  Japan and other places have ^strong  centres of Brotherhood "activities, the  United States branch alone comprising  15,000 members, and employing five  travelling secretaries.  The Brotherhood in Canada has al  the present time two travelling secre  taries in the field, one foi the west  and the other working in the cast.  Sinoe the appointment of these men  the Brotherhood has grown fiom 115  chapters in 1902, with a mcmbeiship of  880, to a 'present 326 chapters with a  membership* of 3,000. The object is  not so much to increase its member  ship as it is to surround each of the  clergy with a band of ten or twenty  men pledged to prayer and service foi  the extension  of Christ's kingdom.  A _ Dominion convention of the or  ganization is to be held in Winnipeg.  ���May 23, 24, *25 and 26, 1907. Delegates  will be in attendance fiom all points  from Halifax lo Vancouver, as well afc  the United States, and many notable  speakcis will attend and deliver the  addresses. A strong piogramme has  been prepared, and convention liteia  ture may be obtained upon applica  tion to the secretary the Dominion  convention Brotherhood of St. Anchew,  care Synod Offices, ���Winnipeg. Dele.  gates from parishes wheic no Brother  hood chapter exists will be especially  welcome. Full paiticulars may be ob  tained  upon  application.  This is the fust time that the Do  minion convention has been held in  the/ west, and it should prove a great  impetus to tlie Brotherhood and  church work generally in this part of  Canada.  Long Distance.  "Where are you going, old chap?"  asked the first youth.  "Going to send Myrtllla a kiss  through the telephone," replied the  second youth.  "Why, you are slow. Don't you know  a kiss through the telephone loses Its  flavor?"  "Just why I am using the telephone,  old man. I have been eating onions."���  Houston Post  The Truant Angel.  Willie looked up into the sky and  saw an airship for the first time. It  was very high up and looked very  small. After watching the wings on  the machine flapping up and down, he  said:  "Say, ma, look up Into the sky!  There's an angel playing truant."���  Judge.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  Hard "limes  For Dogs.  More than 6,000 lost and stray dogs  were admitted to the Dogs' Home at  Battersea during the first six weeks  of this year. This number is nearly  40 per cent, higher than the admissions for the corresponding period  of last year.  The majority of them have already  passed through the lethal chamber to  the crematorium, but there are in the  home at the present time fully 1,000  dogs of every imaginable breed, and  the kennel accommodation is severely  taxed in spite of the recent extensions. 4  Although the number of admissions  has increased* so largely, the number  of persons visiting the home to search  for lost dogs or to buy new pets has  fallen off���a combination of circumstances which suggests that many dog  owners have been chary of assuming  the responsibilities which the new act  imposes on them.  The excessive immigration, however, is acting very detrimentally on  the finances of the home, which depends entirely on subscriptions and  the sale, of unclaimed does.  AMERICAN  VIOLINISTS.  New Methods In an Art That la Old  A Pittsburg Romanoe.  One of the musical Instruments  whose popularity never seems to dimln  Ish Is the violin, alias tbe fiddle. There  Is a story to the effect that one of ths  pioneer settlers of western Pennsylvania gave 1,500 acres of land In exchange for "a beautiful Instrument  made by 'Stelner, tbe successor of the  renowned Stradlvarlus, and the land  thus given ls the site of Pittsburg.  Then there la the story of tbe violin  maker ln New York who bought up old  rafters to turn Into Instruments, some  of his choicest productions being carved out of the wood taken from- St.  Matthew's, a-downtown church razed  about half a century ago.  In the country districts Ihe flddlei  who p'resldes at dances in barns oi  town halls ls as prominent a figure as  ever, and in tbe schools of music ths  student of the violin is in a fair way  to become tho nucleus of tbe future  American orchestra, which today Is  largely made up of Europeans. In Boston George W. Chadwlek, tlie well  known composer, has Introduced thr  practice of using members of tbe big  ���Symphony Orchestra to.sit alongside  the pupils composing the Conservator?  orchestra and "speed up" the perform  ances. All advanced pupils are required  to attend the rehearsals regularly, aud  the performances are under the dlrec  tion of Mr. Chadwlek himself. Theie  ls a good deal of public splrtt behind  this undertaking, for as the Symphouj  Orchestra has the support of a bunker.  Major Henry L. HIgglnson,- so tbe-  Conservatory, where this amateur-or  chestra ls training, has a magnificent  concert hall, the gift of a Boston uier  chant, Bben D. Jordan.  Every player In this amateur organization Is provided with a fine lnstru  ment. If nob his own, then one loaned  to him.- One of the leading, man-"  ufacturers of violins Is authority for  the statement that the Instruments  made ln this country are worthy of  ���comparison with any ever made of -aid  and that lt is a mistake to assume that  the art of manufacturing fine violins  passed away with the school of Cre  mona; hence the assurance that music  students ln the United States have as  many If not more advantages at their  disposal than those who study abroad.  In some parts of the country expert  ness with the violin ls a feature of  hoir.e training, but nowadays Ameri  can music schools,-particularly schools  ln cities where there are first class pro  fesslonal orchestras, are devoting more  .attention than ever to the development  of players gifted with an aptitude fot  the art of Paganlnl.  ,    One Sided Girl.  ". "She has pretty hair," the athletic  girl admitted, "but it ls never-dressed  evenly. " The right side always looks  much better 'than, the'left"  "That Is because she never moves  her bureau," said the wise girl. "Her  room Is so small that she can't haul  things around, so month In.and month  out her looking glass stands In the  same corner by the window, and month  In and month out she dresses with her  right side to the light and the left in  shadow.  "Consequently one half of her face  and hair Is well groomed, while the  other half gets only a lick and a promise. Any girl who would avoid looking  one sided must dress one week with  her right side to the window, the next  weak with her left side to the light"  SAP OF THE SUGAR .MAPLE.  How the Sweet Liquid Is Stored In the  Tree���Warmth Makes It Flow.  There is much difference of opinion  as to where the sap In a sugar tree  comes from. It does not come from  the ground by the roots, but ls In the  tree and has been all winter In the  form of starch deposited in the cells  of the soft wood under the bark.  When the weather becomes warm  enough hi the spring to set in action  the vital processes of the tree, this  starch- is-changed-luto-sngar-and-ths  cells become so full of the sweet sap  as to exert a great pressure on them.  The warmth of the spring sun starts  this vital action, and the Bap circulates  through the cells on the way to the  buds, which soon swell out and burst  into leaf. When the tree Is tapped by  the sugar maker, the pressure of tho  sap on the cells forces It out of the  opening made. Thero ls no special  current up from the roots or down to  them; the tree Is simply filled with  sap all through the soft wood and  mostly at that part of it Immediately  under the bark. Hero new wood Is  formed of the matter held ln solution  In the sap.  The sap will flow while the ground la  still frozen, for lt Is warmth in the air  that canses the flow and not the action  of the roots in the soIL Therefore It ls  quite useless, ns some people do, to  spread any little or other nonconducting matter under the tree for the purpose of keeping the ground frozen to  delay the budding. If this effect be desired, the whole tree must be covered  In and kept In a dormant condition by  a low temperature all over.���Chicago  News.  This 8s th�� Paramount Feature of  ��� :���/'���-"  <4.|  *_ GREEN JEA\     - ; ,. >  Free fpom Artiftatal.Cotoring, Dustrand all  Foreign  Substances.-'      . .V. "'-������ j.---^.;;^'':.  Lead    Packets    Only,    40c, 60c,  and     60c    Per    Lb.   ���At  -' All,   Grocers,  HIGHEST AWARD. ST. LOUIS, 1904   - _��� -7Y.  In Chill.  There are some, oddities in Chili  connected with the sphere of woman.  One is that women act as conductors  on the street cars. Everywhere the  passenger meets the woman conductor armed with* her bag and, as Mark  Twain had it, "the blue strip slip for  a five-cent fare," collecting the coins  fully as -well as her masculine competitor and much-"more politely. In  the shoe stores all the "salesmen" are  gir'3 and women, and. in the telegraph   offices  in   city    and    country  -   ~ Ho'rsehilF."''    : -.<'���      -'  The raw horsehair used In the manu. /  facture of haircloth for-upholstering ,-,  purposes ls Just now /high priced in -  * this country because of the situation..  which during and since the Russo-Japanese war has prevailed In ��� Russia, ���  whence most of the hair comes.". The \-  best of such cloth must havo a certain  width of weave, which depends upon  tho length of the hairs, and In' this re�� '  spect the Russian horsea are' Buperlor.  having-tails which'sweep the ground,  young women arc invariably found as , Much of the weaving Is done ln thla  operators.    And  they do their work , country. .For the narrower weaves ol  well,  too.    But  to  offset .this,  in  a'  Chilian hotel or boarding house and  in many residences, men do the work  o| the chambermaid. American women  are always shocked to find that a man  servant "takes care" of the sleeping  rooms in the hotels of Chili.  Be Theie a Will Wisdom Points the  Way.���The sick man pines for relief,  bjt he dislikes sending for the doctor,  which means bottles . of drugs never  consumed.' He has not the resolution  ro load his stomach with compounds  which smell villainously and taste  worse. But if he have the will to deal  himself with his ailment, wisdom will  direct his attention to Parmelee's  Vegetable Jills, which, as a specific  for indigestion and disorders 'of the  digestive orgaus, have no equal.   ,  Horrible Suspicion.  Marjorie��� Well, and what does Aunt  Jane think of her photoV  Reggie���Eh? Oh, she's Jolly -vlld  about It -   -  Marjorie���Why? Doesn't she think  It's like her?  Reggie-Well,, I think she's afraid It  Is.���Ally Sloper.  HORSEMEN,  READ  THIS  I have used ,'^MINARD'S LINIMENT  in my stables for over a year, and consider it the VERY BEST for ilprse  flesh I can get, and would strongly recommend it to all horsemen.      -    ���  -GEORGE HOUGH.  Livery Stables,  Quebec,  95, to  103 Ann  ' .   Street.  An Interrogation.-  Whlle dining with friends in Cam  bridge, Bishop Phillips Brooks described with much enthusiasm a college" service he had recently attended.  "It was an Inspiration to see all those  young men singing so heartily. Especially they seemed to throw their  whole souls into the hymn:  "Am I a soldier of the cross,  A follower of the Iamb?  Even Dr. X., the president "of the college, sang as If he felt the contagion  of Inspiration." "Dr. X. .sang that?"  broke In an Incredulous listener. "Does  Dr. X. believe that?" "Oh, no," replied Bishop Brooks quickly. "He was  merely asking for information."  Victoria's Crown. '* <���������  The lightest of European ccown^is  the state crown of Great Britain, which  was~ made for Queen Victoria. Although lt weighs only two pounds and  seven ounces. Its value ls $1,500,000..  One enormous sapphire came' from the  signet of Edward the Confessor.  99.90* Pure  ���That's what makes  SI. George's  Baking Powder  to satiifactory. It is the purest  Cream of Tartar Baking Powder  that Science can make.  Send for our free Cook-Book���  full of choice new recipes.  NatloD��l Drag & Chttnlcal Co.   ',  at    of Cauda, limited, Montreal.  the cloth, used by tailors In > Unlnj  coats, the hair from American horsei  on the western^pjalps jBjujJed.     '.  If  you*:  children   are   troubled  with  worms,    give  - them     Mother    Graves''  Worm   Exterminator;   safe,   sure-   and  -foetual.    Try  it,   and   mark   the   improvement in your child.  London's   Rainfall.  If all the rain that lalls in  Lon  don in a year could be gathered and  collected, the supply would amount  to 40 tops of water foi.en<*h person.,'  - ^���-���i��� /       .,  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  -7J,',1.  y *ti  J?!  .To Fry an Egfl.   ,   ,   . '  To-fry an egg so that it .will be par  Ocularly tempting to the eye'as well  as the palate first separate the^whlte  from the yolk, then, beat the white  Into a froth, drop It Into the pan, make  a hole ln the center with a spoon and '  drop the yolk Into the hole. - It will  cook lt Into a very ..daintv, hit ��� *�� .".  Some  persons 'are- more, 'susceptible  to  colds  than   others,  contracting* derangements   of   the*pulmoliary,"organa ,  from"'- the   'slightest-   causes. YThese  should  always" have  at hand-"a"- bottle .  oE   Bickle's , Anti-Consumptive    Syrup,'  the   present  day  sovereign  remedy  for  coughs,   catarrh   and -inflammation -of  the   lungs.    It   will  effect   a' cure  no  matter'how severe    the    cold'may-be.  You    cannot - afford   to   be   without i a  remedy like Bickle's, for it is the best.  Don't wait for Dame Fortune to  knock st your door. She may be kidnaped by some one who Is willing to  meet her halfway.  Dr. Slociim's Great Tonic  snd Disease Destroyer  PSYCHINE  i,     ���      (PRONOUNCED SHUEN)    **.  Used in Thousands  of Homes in Canada  THOSE WHO don't know what Psychine  Is and what it does are asking abont lt  THOSE WHO do know what Psychine  is and what it does are using lt "They  regard it aa their best physician and  friend.  THOSE WHO use it are being quickly  and permanently cured oi all forms of  throat, cheat, lung and stomach  troubles. It is a scientific preparation, destroying all disease germs in the  blood and syitem. It is a wonderful  tonio and system building remedy, and  is a certain cure for  Bronchial Covghs,  Chills and Fever,  Difficult Breathing,  General Weakness  Female Trasblv^���-  COUGHS,  LA GRIPPE,  Colds, s  Pneumonia,  - Bronchitis,   Catarrh,  WeaK Voice,  Sleeplessness,  Nervousness,  Malaria,  Anaemia,  All these diseases are serious in them*  selves, and if not promptly cured in the  early stages are the certain forerunners of  Consumption in its most terrible forms.  Psychine conquers and cures Consump*  tion, but it is much easier and safer to  prevent ita development by using Pay.  chine. Here Is a sample of thousands of  voluntary and unsolicited statements from  all over Canada t  Fickle Appetite,  Hemorrhages,  Night Sweats,  Consumption,'  Catarrh of tho  Stomach.  Dr. T. A. Siocum, LimlUd t  OentUa-m,���I feel lt my duty In i  IvtM roo  _.  ...      ijr -laty '  ���f the ranarkabla enre aflfetvd br your fiTeh'lns  ud Oxomolilon, whioh have com* anaar my  pe��on��l obMrvauon. Tbre* men, well known to  He. Albtrt TowDttnd. Haial Hlpaon and John  Malay, all ot flhelbamu Canatjr, were pro-  ���onnoed by tha beat medical man to bave  aonaampt* -      ....  reaoh of  aonaamptloD, aad to b�� Incurable and beyond tha  reaoh of msilonl aid.   Th��y u��ad Ptyohlna a  Oxomuliton and they ar* now In rood htalth.  A Princess at Six.  For a night, for-a day,    ' '..  In a land far away.  Ruled a sweet little princess of six.  What she did in those hours  In her faraway bowers  Who can say unless maybo 'twas tricks)^  There la one thin555; she did j  That can never bo hid��� ���  She mixed mustard with sngar and splc*  When her subjects so gay t  Came to dine on that day  They made faces that weren't very nloe.  Then she went out to walk \  With a doll that could talk.  And the*3oll talked so loud and so long  That the sweet little maid  Said, "I'm very much 'fraid  There   Is   something   inside   you   thaCr  wrong."  Then she pulled pussy's tall.  And poor puss gave a wall  And scratched her a scratchety scratch.  If you don't believe me  Tou can go there and sea  Through the little red door with the latch  ���  -Waatifrni��� Staa, i  PERFECTION  When "sweets"  lose their sweetness���  and " substantiah,"  , their charm���there are  always MOONEY'S  PERFECTION  CREAM SODAS to  coax back  the appetite.  Do YOU  know how  good they  are?     ��,  I (����i it a duty 1 owa to tuflattog (mmantty to  -data th��H (aoti for th* baneflt of othar anffotan  com this Urrible dlieaaa. - �����  Yoan vary truly. ,.  LZiNDEB McKKNZIB, J.P���  ��� Qrtaa Harbor, KA  Psychine, pronounced Sl-koen, is for  sale at all up-to-date dealers. If your  druggist or general store cannot supply  roo, write Or. T. A. Siocum, limited, 179  King Btrees West, Toronto.  STAMIVIEF5 E  Thu ARNOTT METHOD is tha  only logical method tor tho cure  of Stammering. It treats the  CAUSE, not merely th* HABIT,  and insures natural speech.  Pamphlet, particulars and references sent on  request.  THE     ARNOTT   INSTITUTE,  Berlin,  Ont.,   Can.  rinses  They are often conildered of no con-  Hquenca. Butmlight bruin hai been  the first caune for a carbuncle, felOD,  white ewelUng aud ���Ufl Joints. Therefore batha bruises freely and often with  J0H^'-t,iSr  It soothes the pein, prevents discoloring, remoTea soreness, reduoea swellings, stops the Inflammation, adds to  your comfort, prevents after-effects.  15 cents, three times as much 30 cents.  1. 8. JOHNSON A CO., Boston, Mass.  _ W.    N���   U.    No.   633  7 '.s*J 1 c*J��JS-J* j-��� a-'*\.  ���<-.���.'��� ������.'IM.  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA:.  3      1}  published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  BATES OFBOUSCItirTION.  Oae Year..  ,.?2.00  SATURDAY, APRfL 27,   1907.  Boost for the fire hall concert.  Moyie never felt the coal strike.  Again we say,   clean  up your  yard.  A man saves his religion and  his best suit of clothes for Sunday.  Hay has advanced a  dollar  a  ton, which means some brands of  -.    *���  >   ;  cigars will be shorter.  Moyie is fortunate in never having had any labor troubles. A  grub strike of 36 hours duration  . some years ago was the nearest  approach to it. In no camp in  Canada are the men better "paid  ' rv :i * , v5       *i      ���('      .1   '.  or better satisfied than" they' are  '������l         '   ���* '���.' " ��� ��� ���       i  nei e.  .     ,      * ������*���-���  The Western Clarion, published  at Vancouver, calts Walter  Thomas Mills "A garrulous windbag out of touch with the working  class and puffed up with a conceit  and vanity that is unconcealable.  ,.,..,, 1 - *,    *. -    *. *-       *.    ~.    .  He is resorting to tho slimy tac-  :��� ���   .-���     ....      .   * -A-   -.-.������}���  tics oS the sneak thief in order to  maintain his hold upon  a   move-  .,-.:*.*>*)'l**;     -.  ment"that cannot tolerate the in-  ane opportunist type without committing suicide." "' The Clarion is a  Socialistic'   organ    and  Mills is  - looked upon as one of the  ablest  . -   Y .   ���    , .   - *    *���������     ���  ',. anen in'.the  Socialist  mouement.  - Thu3 it' will  be   seen" that  even  . among Socialists there is often the  same friction which exists among  - those who are not classed as "ad-  - yanced thinkers."   -  y ��� ��� v ���-������>: ������ --'  Asks Roosevelt to Retract.  -*���-'��� .  ���,:r.:...  si ;,.;   <-..,.  The central labor committee at  Seattle has passed resolutions scoring President Roosevelt's actior'a  i^'refemng to E. H. Harriman as  "4 citizen as undesirable as Moyer,  Haywood or Debs." : The resolution criticizes the president for  prejudicing 'the alleged'murderers  of former-' Governor' Steunenberg,  of Idaho, before they had their  trial and "denying them ther rights  of American citizens . to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. ' The; labor, leaders requested  that ' the' president retract and  ij-sked for a "square deal" for the  men whose names tiiey declared  .he has clouded..     _      ���������'���-  the Guri Club.  VA  The members o,f the Moyie Dun Club  held their regular weekly shoot Friday after'nobn.' following is a list of  ine contestants and the number.of  cUy pigeons brqken hy'each1: '  W; it Bromley.'     22out of 25  J. H. Alexander..'...'..'.    2 J." ���'  A. W.D.nvjs..... '   20  Beauty  Hints.  Another Hotel  Deal.  Hotel deals in Moyie are becoming of almost daily occurrence.  The latest transfer up to the hour  of goiug to press was that of the  Manhattan hotel, when P. F. Johnston, proprietor of the Moyie  hotel, assumed the management,  t-ikiug the business over from  Philip Summers and Jack Thompson. It is Mr. Johnston's present  intention to conduct both hotels.  He has made a success of the  Moyie hotel and we predict he  will have the same good fortune with the Manhattan.  ' Wednesday evening a dance  was given at the hotel, which was  well attended and all enjoyed  themselves thoroughly, Supper  was scryed at midnight.  As Others See Us.  Phoenix Pioneer: The Moyie  Leader, edited, managed and financed generally by F. "J. Smyth,  has begun its tenth year, and  here's good luck to it for another  decade. No matter how slow and  dull, times were in the past,  Brother Smyth always had a  cheery word/or an optimistic tone  ia his weekly���and' thi-i fact is  worth a whole lot to any town,  ba it noted. Tho Leader is to be  congratulated on its ago and its  continued optimism."  A Woman Tolls How %n n��5llcve'  lilteumatlc Pallia'"'   '���' '  I'haye been a ' very gieat Buff-jrer  from the dreadful disease,rheuiniiiism,  for a number of ye.us. J have tried  many medicines but, never got much  relief from any of them until two  years ngo, when I bought a bottle ol  Cbamb'erlriin'a Pain Bulm. I found  relief before I had used all of one ^bottle, but kept on applying it and soon  felt like a different woman. -Through  my advice many of my friends have  tried it and can tell you how wonderfully it has worked.���Mrs. Sarah A.  Cole, 140   S.   New "'St',   Dover,   Del  .VI  Chamberliiin'd Pain-Balm ia a liniment-.  Tho re.ief from pain' which it affords ia alone worth many times its  c*st, It makes rest and Bleep possible.  For sale by the RfoyieDrug & Station  eryCo. .'  NOTICE.  Take notice that; I Intend sixty days niter  date to apply to tho chief commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described land's, commencing at  a post planted at the North West corner of Lot  2S02G. 1, Kootenay District,-thenco ,West Si  chains, thence North CO chains, thence East to  the shore of Moyio Lake following shore of  said lake to boundary line of Lot 2B02, thence  West to point of commencement, Containing  1G0 acres, more or less. ���'...   '���  Dated this Cth day of April, 1907.  .  , -EDWIN' 'O. WHITE.  ,  NOTICE. .    -.   "  Notice is hereby given tbr.r, GO days afterdate,  we intend-to'ft]*-pl.V(o'the Chief Goiumlsslouor  of Ln.nds.aud Works for permisslou'ttf purchase  80 acres of pasture luud,  moro or   lets:���Commencing at the'noith-e'ast  comer  post of Lot  04*22,   on-the  Moyie"ltfver,5thence south 20  chains, thfince enst 40 chains, thence north    to  the Moyie River, thence down-"stream to  place  of commencement.       '  ���    ���  *    Moyie, B,*C.  Dated fliis 25tU day of March, 1907.  '��� ' ���      ' ALLKNY'ORr),  '*'--��� J /,>} EG ROBERTS.''  To reduce your flesh, increase  your troubles'.   "  -x .1,   ,-....>  To develop a bust get on the  wrong side of the marlcet.  To remove f.recicl'eS, pry them  .gently out with a nutpick. Should  this fail, try blasting,  There are various'ways ��� of removing blackheads; in the south  lynching is much in vogue.  JJails which do not yield readily  to the manicure may be driven in  with the hammer.  Cured of Rheumatism,  Mr. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga,  Tenn., had iheumatiam in his left arm.  ''���The strength seemed to have gone  nut of tlie niusolea so that, it was useless for work," .he say?. "I applied  Ohainberlaiii's Fain JJ-Um and wrtpped  tne arm in IJaunel at night, and to my  relief I found that the pain gradually  left me aud the strength returned. In  three w-eks tbe rheumatism had di.���  ���..ppeared und has notbiuce returned.':  ]t troubled with rheumatism try a few  applications of P^iin Bilm. Ynu are  isfrtain to hq pleased with the relief  which it afi-irds. For sale by tlie  $J *yi* D'-tig -t -Juti-me-y <J >.  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the.  n  w  50  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  '   "�����E*5?KSN3  CopyaiGMTS Ac.  Anyone sondlhg a sketch Md doserlctfon maj.  qnlckiy nucertaln our opinion treojMlother an  Invention lsT>rot>ablyjmtentabla. Cowmunlca-  tlonsstrictlyconUdontlal. Hanobookoa Patents  Bcntfico. Oldest szoncy -forscenriajcjiatcnts. ���  Patents takon throui-H-Mann A Co. receive  Iffcta* notice without cbsrga, lntbo  Scientific Etttericatk  A>innd5omi��!yil!n5rtrs��o..-l wreMy. I.anreBt clr-  dilution of any BcientMc Journal. Terms, fi a  yc.u    1 our monthe, $1. Pff d by all ne>srtealer<t  e:w-Lb Odes. -&j v S'i-'EWite^tv.-c. 3. U  L O. O. F.  'Qi&&%��J^iL70 Wililoy todffo No. 41.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited..  A. MacFarlane,      ���' P. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  St. Kugcno TiO-lse No. .17.  K. of P��  Meets evsry Thursday  vening    in    McGregor  hall at 8  o'clock. . Visiting brothers invited,  C.  A. I-'oote, F. J  Smyth,  nc     ellor Com. K. It, and S  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 VV. F. of iyi.  Mpets in McGregor hall every Saturday evoninir. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.'  J. L. Gnmoxs, Jas.  Roberts,  President. Secretary  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   3. O.  W. F. GURD,  BAK2USTEK, SOI.ICITOK, KXC.  CRANBROOK. B. C  C. H. DUNBAR ~  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. F. B. MILES,  x>E3asa-*3?is!3?-  Cranbrook. B, C-  George H. Thompson,  > Barristkr, Solicitor, No  iary Public, <feo.'  OR/iNBROOK,     British Columbia  W. R. BEATTY       ;:^  Embalmer and Undertaker,   .'  Phone 89. CRANBROOK,  $250  Buys lot and large building, suitable  for house or.barn, on Victoria street.  $1,200       .*  ,   Lot nnd seven room house.   House  well finished and in good location.  $500   Lot in   oenter   of   business district  with small building.  $400  Will buy four room house und two  lots.   $200 down and balance on time.  $300  Two room house and lot, in good  location,   House rents for $8 a month.  $700  Largs warehouse and lot on Victoria  street.    .  $4000  Large boarding house close to mine.  All furnished and ready to move in.  $500  Foui  room house and lot.    Good  location,        * . $125  Good lot iu Government addition.  $750  Two story building and lot, situated  in.business center, Store room 15x40.  Terms, one-half down, balance on eas-"  payments'. Cheaper if spot cash is  paid.- Clean title. Biggest bargain in  tho list. -  $800 s  Three bouses bringing in a rental of  ?34 a month.  $850  Seven   room   house on   Tayistock  street.  $60  Good residential lot in   Farrell sad-  dilion.  $850  Two lots and % two room  Ipuse on  Lake Btreet.  Eleven residential lots in lake Shore  addition.  $600  House and lot, and garden.  $75  Will buy good residence lot)  $175  Lot in Farrell addition.  These are only a few of the many bargains we have.  Just choose the lot or piece of property you desire and call  onus.   Ten,chances to one it is on our list.  The time to buy Real Estate is when the   mar   Id*!  rise. ^. Moyie is a greqt camp,   Why not own a home in it?  Insurance.    Real Estate.    Collections.  BUY YOUR  & CO  OUR EASTER GREETINGS  takes Ihe form of an offer to supply  vou wiih an unusally handsome*Easter outfit. We have secured an excep-  tionaliy attractive collection of modish  fabrics        '     ' '  TO MAKE INTO CLOTHING FOR  ' YOU. '���' " :  The" patterns uie exclusive. You  c.ianot-get them.elsewbpre.^=.The-(arl-  itr you call the wider your choice.  Such jioods ate.too 'fine to remain long  unoidercd. ' '  "���'  .  Cleaning,   repairing    and  pressing done. ��� "'-   ":'-    '"  "'"  $. C  FROM  A B. Stewart  & Co.  JUST    RECEIVED ' A  SHIPMENT? OF  r^ND-  ���ACON  MOYIE,  Cloride of  Lime  is the best disinfectant to use around  the house.  - .  "'  ���  i ��� -        t  It Can?t be Beat.  ...-���-    .    ,.�� * ���  We have a Iar^e supply.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  Comfortable  Rooms and  Best of  Table Board.  *    BIAKKEXS  In   ^11  the   Principal  Cities ancj.   Towns  in  British Columbi-9--.  ���:-MqYIE,-B.C.���  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE -  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1867 ,  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, r - - 5,000,000  Total Assets, ���? 113,000,000  BANK MONEY ORDERS  87  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under -     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "   $10       " ���' $30  10 centi  f   $30       " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are payable fit p^r at any office in Canada 9? a Chartered Bank  ��� (Yukon excepted),'apd al tfie principal banking* pqints iji the United States.  They are negotiable at $4.90 to the �� sterling in Great Britain and Ireland.  They form an excellent method c-f remitting small surns of money with safety  and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay'at any office of the Bank  CRANBROOK BRANCH. F, C. MALPAS. MGR  T*  DRINK  GALGARY BEER,  The Best Bottled Beer made in Canada today.  Foi QUALITY and PURITY it is UNEXCELLED,  A. L. McDERMOT  Wholesale Wine and Spirit   Merchant.  Cranbrook SOLE AGENT  b. c;  ��� IL,    "'I  *���  GREAT STOCK  REDUCTION SALE.  We are overstocked to tlie extent pf $20,000, and  this surplus must bo reduced.  WE  WILL  PAY . '  RAILWAY FARE,  Any person purchasing $15 worth of goods   s^t ���  sale prices, providing not more than-half is groceries, will have the price of their  double fare ticket  refunded:  Granbr ook Co-Operative Stores  - LIMITED.  HOTEL. "  :'      '-      P. F. J0EMS10M  This Hotel is New and well Furnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords: The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands pf Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL '  AND MINING ME1S   '  I  MOTIB  BRITISH COLUMBIA -  ��������6��fi��<3 GGGGG^GG���G>&GGGG99$9GfieG99$$9999999&GQ$���<f��**  V  STOP AT THE  - '.���     i ���  COSMOPOLITAN  E.Q, eWYNNE  Cigar5*,        Tobacco, Confclioncrj-  Fruits, Elc  F.VTIREJLL BLOCK, '  WHEN IN  -.i       . !   ���   .  CRANBROOK  U. II. S*iIAM., TVlannilor.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and   nrst cluss Bam pie m-iia.  Wm. Jewell-  INOTICE.     -  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days alter  date, I intend to apply to the Honourable Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  liceucoxo cut and carry away timber from the  following desoribfd landSj ia South-East Kootenay:��� Commencing at a post planted at the,  South' (Vest Corner of William Bqteg T/mbcr  claim 'near Tunnel .Creek, thence South 120  chains, thence East 40 ohains, thonce North 120  chains, thence West 40 chains to place of commencement.  Dated tbis 5th day of March 1007. .'  .*.. D. MacDonald,  D. Stewart, Agent,  St.   Joseph's  Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  hoarding and pay School conducted by the Sisters qf St. Joseph", Nelson1)  B. 0. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteaize each department. Parents 'shoul'd write for  particulars. One month assures tbe  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Termp  comnKnce January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term.  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery sj-nd  Feed/Stable.  .Leave Oiders at '   -  ���*���      Givynnfci8 Store.  MOYIE British Columbia".  As imde by the present brewer is   admittedly   the  Seat Beer in East ICo'ot'enay. With the Best Malt and  the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality.  Insist on having'Mojie Beer, *���  Bottled and Draft Bger.  i  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor  MOYIE, B. C,  0. F. DESAULNIER  ��� *  ���  DEALER IN  jj-i-  DK9APIiNIER BROS,   Props.  Larke sample room in connection  with house for commercial mehs Best  of accommodations.-  Headquarters for   Commercial and Minrng Men.  J   . QtTEENS AVENUE, MOYIE, B. G  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e.      MOYIE  A.. GRENIER.  Cranb.rook, B. G.  AWNINQ MAKER,  TARPAULIN, V'  BLANKET MAKER.-  Made on short notice and at  lowest prices.  PREST PHOTO CO.  CKANBG.0OE AND  MOYIE  ���;Y.Y'Y;.pAoi*iF.|cr;   DAiLY  I VI*  I  *  Direct     Services]  TO SPOKANE  .VIA I^liJGSGAT^  , AND     ,-  SPOKANE    INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY  12.20   arr. " Moyie        lv,    14.25*1  11.40     ,' '.     Cranbrook "      11.2oj  11.50V   '1       Kingsgate   ".     ^,00]  10.30    " Bonne's Ferry "     15J261  9.00    "       Band Paint"     lft.55  6.00' lv.       ^pokrne r   2..000]  Full particulars oq applica-J  tion to local agents or- write. -  J.,Attv-oocI, Agent, Moyie.  J.S OARTFR. ' E. J. COYLE,"-  Dist, Tass. Agt. Ass't 0��n!. Pass.J^st {  Kelso ut  V��ucO!i5;c*'1  -^..ew*.*,-!"*5 rt-iz


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