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Array '���-���V  ���*-���>-���.  }>V)^^jO</v-r^T   ^J^'^AJ^/,-  '���'--vxri  lOyos* carefully l-oslcd.  A. proper fit guaranteed."  'WiLSON/Optician.  -"'.-"*"  -      . * * .���"���< --*,,  ,:;.;?;>^ie*i  ,    "  **,   ������������-������*������v*% \^*- j,  * '*-- -i      *     .t^-'-f-H5  f4   -'   ' .-.V ,-��*-","-*fl  .-. * ; - V        **".-' "'>' -  ' s*''  ��11*' ,.; -   ���  -_.- ':>.5; ���  1       .    ^.  i i .     , v, <-   Wl   |  >"-' * *;'..,*   T. '-;^[  ,. V*    " 5 ���.',/>-i,i;("r I    ,  ���.      "'''j*-^- is"/--5/-'  VOL.9, NO 43.  MOYJE, B.C. FEBRUARY 2. IJW7.  SSA YKAR  , *r .--v.  >  ii  i!*r  What you want is  Real Bargains.  We are now offerii>g then?, on Qiir Bargain Counter. - ' ,  Amongst .other things   are.   a big   quantity of  Shirts���Clearing out at 50c. each.  Just see them^  TODAY TELLS  THETALE  Battle of Ballots for  Supremacy.  or  Consfrrvatiye  Gov,  R. CAMPBELL & CO  MOYIE  Polling Dav Items of Interest to Our Manv ReaaV  " ers.  V       ��=  Real Estate,    Mining Stocks  Kre-Life-Accident  Beale & Elwell  MOYIE, B.C.  CBANUROOK  DELICIOUS BREAD and BUTTER.  The Bread is made  from Calgary   Milling   Co's  HUNGARIAN PATENT FLOUR  .Delicio.ua   'ButtedIs^onTy "another 'nanio 'for'''  ���*-  MAYTON CREAMERY BUTTER  Either or both may be  obtained  ���AT���  Today marks- the- etui of tho fie*rCe8t  political battle ever waged jn IJritibh  Columbia. While the campaign has  been short, it certainly bus been bitter,  Nothing has been overlooked by the  Liberals in their attempt to defeat tho  McBride government, but tbeir efforts  Lave in every instance proved L futjip.  McBride aud prospeiity haye become  synonyms, andt tbe people will todajt  vote for tbe continuation ot this prosperity.  Iu Moyie the polling booth will he  in R. T. Howard's place.  The poll willogen at nine a-clogt jn  the morning and null close at eighj-,  o'clock in the eveu-iiuj.   -  The cmdidates for tbis district have  appointed their agents as follows:-  G.'T. Rogers for J. A. Harvey. ,  C. H. Dunbar for Dr. King.  ' J. A.. McDonald for T. E. Kelly.  The deputy   returning  officers  the coining election   have   been  pointed at* follows:  Cranbrook���M. A. B-eale, 0.  Cock, Wm, Bush, W. - Haywooij,  Moffatt.  Moyie-r^P. J. Smyth.  Wasa���P. Jensen.  ' Yahk���J. S. MoCartney.-  Ryan���Chas. S*niili��.'  Wittshurg���A. E. Watte,  Kimberley-^W. A.-Whitmore.'-..  MafyBville���G..'Bei'oug;ee^ *  Wardner���A. Sheppard.  Fort Steele���Robert Little.  Which has refused to give- away Public Lands  to Railways. < Which stands for Provincial  Rights. Which demands those rights, instead  of whining for charity.   Whioh refuses to lie  "*   * ���*��� ���*���  dictated to by Ottawa on behalf of Corpora:  tions. Whicljhas placed the Financial Credit  of British Columbia on a Sound Footing.  igggpareg*^^  i  !  ��� -  -M  You can;look with  pride upon your.;./  shir_t if bjot^eroV  #$  for  ap-  A.  R.  A-s there i.s  nothing cheap about it-j  appearance. ;'  Our shirts are very dressy, of good strong linen*,;."  with many attractive stripes in  tho colored ones/:  and are very popular with the fashionably 'dressed---;  young men in town. " -      ��� -'-��� \  Better Buy a number of the new line of shirt*?-' / -  we have just received in stock.   They'll be aold-'Jft -  short order, as they are the swellest and latest things  in Men's-Furnishings. The price's are enceptionally , v  low for such high-class shirts.   We have tbenv  plain and colored���suit your taste. . " v    ,   '  '   The latest of Men's Furnishing goods can alwayi , .���  be had at our store.   ���    ��� , *   , ' ''  '   .- ' ���' - ,  '.' Z'-5'' ���?'"-''  MacEachern & Macdpnalfl   :  "fii.** I  ' *** > frf  Green Faces Macdonald:  PITCH'S.  ��06aeS2��2E2BS  3 MOYrE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. J-  I Hotel Kootenay  1  The Last Gun is Fired.  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling' Public,  -Billiard-EoomB.l   j^gc^andCoinmodioue'Saniple-I^poPis  MoMAHON BRQ9. Proprietor*.  tVrwWW WTWWW W W -I^1^r -^5-^"5^-^ '5r^ ^-^^--xoric*--^ *  The ljst gun of tbe campaign to be  fired in Moyio was at the meeting 0f  Thos. E. Kelly's supporters Wendes-  day' ni&ht. J. L. Gibbous ocuiipied  the cl^au arj-d inlroduflsd, tbe Various  speakers.  Jus. Eoborts,.gecretajy of the Miner's  union, made a short ta\k aud pointed  out why the laboring men could ex_..  peot more from Mr. Kelly than from  either of the other candidates.  J, W. Fitch followed Mr. Roberts  with a good logical ta^, and spoke of  the .advancement made in the cauge 0f  labor by John IJjurns, the late Premier  Seddenandotbers. * :   Reduce Passenger Fai'e- ���  A. permanent reduction in passenger fares on the Kootenai-Valley ^railroad by tue Groat -Northern which  bow operates the road." "The rate hereafter in to ba four"cente a mile instead  0f seven cents, the -rate. which has  been in force since the road was first  openpd, Passengers from Spokane  and intermediate points can now. purchase-tickets through to Greatqn B. C.,  and can also* check , th**ir ' bagpieo  through to that point. Heretofore it  has been necessary to sto.p at Bonners  Ferry' Idaho, and'purcbaso tickets on  the Kootenai Valley road and recbeck  baggage to that point.  Mclnnes.in the Yukon,  METAL -MARKET;  .     i" 5    , ,-*, fll  ��� .V-i*-   --'��� '. I-**.I  .    I- 1. - ���; *-.',<-*!  .-*." ��� '-'������,:^yf<\  "-"- '''f'.Mi%i  ';   -y^M)  "-. :-s-ji���"i&\  5'    i y-ic^l-i  '" iN-!,|  I >i. .-\-i-. -i'.zrA  - :';[/'��� ---"-S-Vs"I  1 *," * ** '*-",,*��\4,;::1bI.  _ "���       ''    '        -it'' I  .   - c t .-*��? r?, *��� * >  m  Trial in March-  CLOTHES  -m^s  In all tho Christmas and New gear's festive* there ia  nothing more irapQrtant and neceaaftry than ^ood. clothes.  Without good clothes wo cannot enter .'heartily in the  many merriments and social affairs that mark the season.  Are, you ready for fun?   If not we can- make yo,u ready.  20 CENTURY BRAND CLQTHES  are holiday clothes because there is no, pecassion o.r- no assemblage to good for them. Let us fit you out for the holi  days with clothes you will be proud of for many a month.  "r.'-a. hill,  Finally it has been settled that tbe  term of'court in Ida'jo at which H is  Possible to call up the cases again*5.!'  Moyer, Haywood and Petliboae will  begin March 5th, 1907, God only  knows what will happen then, unless  ���t be the Association oi ^ine Owters  and tho hired detectives. Think of it!  More than a year in jii.il before an opportunity is had to set tho day for u  trial I, And you call that justice?���  Miners' Magazine  The resolution of the Territorial  Liberal aPsociiUion, which was passed  on July *2Sib, 1906", states in its preamble that "In the opinion of this association ihe ciiiniiiisaioner of tli*-  Yukon territory has-, shown himself  whoily'unworthy of representing H's  MnjcBty the King in any- portion of  Ilia Miijesty's Empire."        ..  Reasons are cited in^Uppbrt of this  opinion, which involve certain ch.irgcs-  againat Mr. Mofnucs, and Hie resolution cnncludi'B*. .  "Therefore be it resolved, /.hat this  association submit their foregoing to  the Eight Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier  and demand investigation of tbe same  and the dismissal of W. W. B. Mclnnes from theoffi *e of commi-bioner."  This is signed by the president and  acting secretary ot tho Yukon Ter-  lori-.il Liberal association.  THE   LEADING- LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  -sm=  -2  TjrzyrwW.-V*-**-*- -^----C^ /^^jtt^ ..- sv^WWWHP**^  Imperial Bank of Canada  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  _     Deposits of $1.00 or upwards reoeived.  ...   There is no hotter investment than a Savings  BiDk deposi.t.   ,  '.    ' Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  Interest   allowed at" current   ral**t��   and   'Jomr  p'-ucded twiceayear.  QEANRROOK BRANCH,  J. F, M. PINKHAM, Manager.  mt " w  .ft,vJt yJhr^r.^-^- S*l3$lAl& &J$L*di&T rhr&%cnjazi&& ���rftt^.-rfr-5^.*^*  F. E, Simpson and Frank Angers  then filled in half an hour hetween  them in behalf of Dr. King, who was  unable to be present on account 0f the  illness ol his brother. Each put 'n  ti,me ei^logiztng t^e Doctor, antj wilftt  a great friend of li^e' working n>aa he  was. They talked,' fast and ha*^ aucj  at times were qui^e dramatic, They  pleaded with tears in, their eyeB for  voles for tho Doctor, but their hearers  sat unmoved.  B.ini Macdonald, a machine 0*  Craubrook, was the n> st ainj \qi^  s'pcakei. lie warmed tyi. tu l��ia hul,_.  jebtin great, tjtvli^ aud -iruveJ i,y' (,ir  the must inieresting spt-ukcr 0( tU(.  evening. He gave King von^ *,lUl|  raps, grilleJ Simpson aiid tlio -j* vii\,\  for mit-rei)r<!iientiiiis!?\ ftf fa*itHj lU)(]  suid that -A'ugors wa^ supply 'iirrmch  interpreter am* was hi thy d,.)^ l(,  cuter* the French, vote, for .Dr, King.  J-J-e suud the Liboriils were mw-il unfair  in this ���������irnp.iign' H��i rxi)Ui*it,(- *low  Kelly was uoi>ii*t.:te5J(aud provej c n)_  olusively lo ihu 8dt\Jf.i'*tion of mi that  tbe men who placed him iu lamination were not in, league witl*, either  the Socialists of the Cpnsetvaljve8-  He thought K.ing a good ciHzeDi an  excellent physician, but a failure a'3 a  politician, :   Before and After,  The genial candidate goes forty  When comes tbe autumn w*��aiuer>  To-dny he shakes you by the kand,  '   And later altogether���Judgs.  FO,tt SALE���Four room ho^e  anti  lot on   Si.   Eugene   avenue,   Moyie.  . A-pp)* to V. Camar* or at ibis oUiee.  Mother Dead^ Brother 111.  For a week Dr. King has been at  the bedside of his brother, M. B. King,  who has been lying at do.ith's door  from blood poiiouiog. l^ist Wednesday he received a telegram from his  home iu New Brunswick announcing  the death of his mother. The two  come as a severe blow to the Doctor at  this time, aud there is uot ono of his  scores of friends but who extend*  to him their siqcereBt sympathy.  That Boot puzzle,  Cranbrook Herald: Mclnnes came  out of tlio Yukon without tlie slightest  blemish on his record.  The Premier's, Telegram.  The coriect answer to last week's  puzzle, "Who owns the boot?" i*: The  boot belongs co J. J. Murphy, and can  be purchased any day at bis store.  Answers wero i-aceiyed from' Premier  Laurier, Audy Carnagie, Old Man  Simpson, W. W. R. Mclnnes, Helen  Qouid, and jusi as we were going to  press word was received from'John D.  Rockefeller Baying the boot belonged  to John Houston.  lTl>e following telegram was received  tbis_week_by_Mr.^J._A._I)iarrey_from.  premier McBride:  "Victoria.'Jan. 27���ILive just com-z  plated a most successful campaign  tour, Tho organi?.itIon throughout Ib  in splendid condition. I can safely report that the country is with us aud  our return by an overwhelming majority is assured. In the country's interests the party must leave nothing  undone to make the victory mo*t decisive. Brilisli Cjlumbia intiRt not  toleratu Ottawa's interference in local  iifl*ir*��," "   The ManlrattantHotel.  Kmtfto, Jan. 83���The Liberal meeting here tonight addressed by the. opposition leader developed into a groat  Conservative rally-    Greeir-'s  explanation of the vaiioi's scandals' tb'at have  been charged against him by  the   opposition press and speakers' were fully  accepted-as oatiEfactory and   the audience chtered him to the echo, T  "   When Mr. Macdonald took the plat .  form be denied   the   opposition* were  carrying on  a   campaign   of   slander  and in tbe'nixt breath   rcpe.ited   the  slanderous statements, that havo been  given such  wide publicity and-added  futher  misrepresentation .'of-tin  actions of the membors of- the govern-  ineut.   In tho midst of his -'lir.ide* of  calumny a largo majority ot tbe meeting interrupted him   with   cheers for  the'Conser.vatiyo   candidate;r'.IIisjul-,  dress must have' b'6eh-.a/-.di��appoint-  ment even to his warmest friends,   as  an exposition of tbe policy of . a "party  .coming from the nioutb of   its   leader  nothing could   have   been   a greater  failure and even he himself shared the  effects of-bis an antagonistic audience  in the lameness of bis remarks and ad  nutted that their only policy  was one  of ciilicism aud far-It Dudmg.  Ho clcsod without touching upon  many of the questions of importance  such as "bolter terms", or what the  LiberaU would do ii they attained  power. Tonight's meeting demonstrates one .thing very clearly that  Neil MicKay will be Kaslo's next  member and that the people of this  district take no stock in any campaign  ������/ Blander carried on by 'the Liberal  press and  speakers in tbis campaign.  Nkw York���Bar 'silver, G8��  cent*  Lead, $6. - '������*-,- \  London���Lead, ��19#(,6.1-J'   ^.T.'-'f  LbCAL MEW3,  '�����-'  -* I**!  **��h'*l  ������7'v,5?* I  Mr.  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  Hon A. G. Blair is dead.  Lumber at Calgary is selling at |25  a thousand.  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.  A. Harvey at Cranbrook ou January  25th.    Tlie C. P. R, will build a $200,000  di'pot at Calgary.  M. A. B*.-ale wasup.from -Cranbrook;'  Sunday. ";      . --    *  Jt Campbell transacted business Jit  Cranbrook Monday.      -  ���*-' , /  O. J.-Johnson i*spending the wiuturj  ot L-ifi"Auglt-B, California. <  '  **   Qet   tho .*th'clion. returns   at  th��  Moyie Tl'-lel tonight.     i /   . '*  .   H.irry Sisphenson and Geo/Parker  left last Monday fof Caliiornffa.\v.B','-7.'-.  '"J  -P.   Farrell  woiit  to^ Craubroot'*  Thursday to attend the funeral of  Edward LiwlurT      ���''���'..     ..-���.*.%-  ��^Paul^ Johsen'/is- in  the*-Cranbf&.*t1c , -  hospital audi - fiutfirinb' from au Sitaci^ *  of the-grip.   '-.���''',._     -../; ���   ,  0-jt ready for Ihfe t"J-ind  maFquor-MfeV-  ball which will be given   ou -Februtirv.-  Mtn by the Moyie Aerie of Eiglu,-  W. B, Luing has rented hi.-< barbershop in Moyio to Mr. Pete Smith of  Toronto. "Miss ��� I'-jftr-son, who vfSA  running the shop, has returned to  Spokane. ,   .  Word has reached * here that Chaa.  Farrell had his eyes severely injured  while working around a gas lighting,  machine in connection with his hotel  at Pincher Station.  R. II. Stewart, general anperinten-.  dent of tbe Consolidated Minim; &  Smelling Co. of Canada, Ltd., is over  from Rossland for a few days inspecting the St. Eugene.  ��� T7 WrBi ngayof TraitrcompJ rollpTof*-  tbe Consolidated  Mining & Sraeltin***--  Co. of Canadx,   was   bore   this  week  making an inspection of the bookt at-  the St. Eugene oiEcc.  Tho date of the Scotch concert to ba  given by the Presbytorians iu Mc-.  Gregor ball, has been definitely notUed  for Monday, February lhb. A full  program will be published next   week.  >->2r;  J-   ���l (**.���?-*-1  I    rsr*tJ T I  Election Return^  P. F. Johnston, of the Moyie Hotel,  has mad.o arr,a,n,gementj to receive the  pomplele returns of tbe election at  his place tonight.  Tho management of the Manhattan  hotel has again changed hands. Joe  Goupill ban disposed ot bis etocfe and  good will to Philip Summers and Jack  Thompson, who 'are n,ow in charge.  Mr. Qoupill is in Fernie at present,  but will probably soon leave fiT Tjn-  apah. Hii and \\ti mother leave a  host of frieiv-ls ir*, M��yio. Mepsra.  Sumn^em & Thompson are oldlimers  in the camp, and are well and favorab  ly known among all classi'8. It is  ne-adlcss to say that they will mako ���  big success ol th<Mr new venture.  Death of Ed. Lawlor��,  The regular meeting of tho Associated tyjards of Trade will be held this  year at Greenwood, cuiuuicucing on  March 15 th.  "Bob" L?m.)ti, wardou of the Provincial j*il at Niilsou died tbis week  after a long illnesi.* Mr. Lfinou was  oue of tbe pionuurs of that city.  -Water Oo.'8 Meeting,  The regular aunual meeting of tbe  Moyie Water Co h.i8 been called for  Fiiduy, February 22,11(1, at one o'clock.  It is called for thu purppao of eleciing  dlreclors for the ensuing year and - the  transaction of other bu-iini-ss.  Putting Up Ice-  II. N. Brenton lma been putting  up ice. So fir he has cut and slorua  120 tons fur P. Bums & Co.. and lma  shipp'-d 60 tons to Crosion. Thlj ict*  is about 18 inched in thickness and i-t  of excollent ipLility.  DI AM0NDS  Our Position  The Moyie Loader will never kick  against a fair lighter. Thos. ^. Kelly  has conducted a clean campaign, and  we are not backward about giving  him credit fox it.  ,Elwiml Miles Lawlor died at tha  hospital at Cr.inbr**ok last Tuesday.  He had been quito ill since the first of  the year, au.l waa Ukeu to tlie hospital  ab.out a week btfore he died. Tbe  fujiioral was held in'Cranbroolc Thursday. Mr. Liwlor and his wifo came  to Moyie several years pgo, and have  lived here ulmost tileadily ever since.  Mis. Liwlor has ihe eynipithy of  ihe community in her bereavjiaoi^t.  - ",;me Uaok.  rr|;i8 ailment is usually caused by  rheumatism of tho muscles and may  be cured by applying Chamberlain's  Pain Balm two or ilirue limes a day  rubbing the parts vigorously at each  application. If this does uot utTurd re  hot, bind on a piece of ilaunel slighily  damponed wiih Paiu Balm, and quick  roll f is almost 6uro to follow. Fur  Bale by vbe Moyij D.-ug and St-aliouory  Wo   emphasize   quality-  when selling you a Diamond,  properly*  A Diamond rin;  bought ia a good asset.  When purchasing from us  you can depend upon o.un  judgement, for quality U  always o,ur firsreonsideratiorr,  Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie isi.ou'r-  agent.  W. P. XATE &. SOK  Jcwolers and  Graduate O^ticiant^  CRANBROOK, B. C.  C-iacial Watch Inspector f>?r C.  P. Si  Crow's Null fitts piYi-jiy-.n,,  . - ���..-��  if *���  >*- .-" THE LEADER; MOYIE; BRITISH CJCJLUMBiA.  ���.j  >eveny  Graustark  tt K "v5*-5*   ,  SowrrWt. 1*904. if ttU.   %:$��''''  *'  ' (Continued From  Last Week.l  "Fiddlesticks!" she sa!d. "Tbis is a  cave, not a drawing room."  "In ollipr words, I am a lout and not  a courtier," he smiled. "Well, a lout  may look at a princess. We have no  court etiquette In the hills, I am sorry  to say."  "That wns very unkind, even though  you said lt most becomingly," she protested.    "You have called this pall a  throne.   Let us also imagine tbat you  ' are a courtier."  "You punish me most gently, your  highness.    I shall not forget my man- '  uers again, believe me."    He seemed  thoroughly subdued.  "Then I shall expect you to remove  tbat horrid black thing.   It is positively villainous.    You look much better .  without it."- "   "  "Is it an edict or a compliment?" he  asked, with such deep gravity that she \  flushed. ' j  "It is neither," she answered. "You  don't have to take it off unless you  want to"���  "In either event It Is off. You were  right. It serves as a partial disguise.  I have many enemies and the black  patch is a very good friend."  "How perfectly lovely," cried Beverly. "Tell me all about it. I adore  Btorics about feuds and all that."  "Your husband is an American.   He  "should be able to keep you well'enter"-  tained-wlth blood-and-tbunder stories,"  ���said he. '^  "My hus��� What do you��� Oh, yes!"  gasped Beverly. "To be sure. I didn't  bear you, I guess. That was rather a  severe clap of thunder, wasn't it?"  "Is that also a command?"  "What do you mean?"  .    "There   was (no   thunderclap,   you  know."  "Oh, wasn't there?" helplessly.  "The storm Is quite past. There is  still a dash of rain ln the air, and the  wind may be dying hard, but aside  from that I think the noise Is quite subdued."  "I believe you are right. How sudden it all^was."  "There are several hours between  this and dawn, your highness, and you  should try to get a little more sleep.  Your cushions are dry and"���  "Very well, since you are so eager to  get rid of"��� began Beverly, and then  Btopped, for it did not sound particularly regal. *"I should have said, you  are very thoughtful. - You will call me  If I sleep late?"  "We shall start early, with your permission. It is forty miles to Ganlook,  and wo must be half way there by  nightfall." ���  - "Must we spend another night like  this?" cried Beverly dolefully.  "Alas, I fear you must endure us an-'  other night. I am afraid, however.wa  shall not find quarters as comfortable  as those of the Hawk and Raven."  "I didn't moan to be ungrateful and  ���er��� snipplsb," she said, wondering if  he knew tbe meaning o*Tthe word.  "No?" he said politely, and she knew  be did not, whereupon she felt distinctly humbled.  "You know you speak such excellent  English," she said irrelevantly.  He bowed low. As he straightened  bis figure, to his amazement, be-beheld an agonizing look of horror on  her face, her eyes riveted on the mouth  of tlie cavern. Then there came nu,au-  grler sound, unlike any tbat had gone  before ln'that night of turmoil.  "Look there!   Quick!"  The cry of terror from the girl's  -palsied-lips-as-she-poiuted-to-Bome--  thlng behind him awoke tho mountain  man to Instant action. Instinctively  be snatched his long dagger from Its  sheath and turned quickly. Not twenty feet from them n huge catlike beast  stood half crouched ou the edge of  the darkness, his long tall switching  angrily. The feeble light from the  depth of the cave threw the long, water soaked visitor Into bold relief  "against the black wnll beyond. Apparently he wns as much surprised as the  two who glared ut him, as though  frozen to the spot. A snarling whine,  a fierce growl, Indicated bis fury at  finding his shelter, Ills lair, occupied.  ".My Cod! A mountain lion! Rn-  vone! Franz! To me!" he cried hoarsely, nnd sprung before her Bboutlng  loudly to tlie sleepers.  A score of men, half awake, grasped their weapons nnd struggled to  their feet In answer to his cnll. Tbe  lion's gaunt body shot through the air.  In two bounds he wns upon the goat  hunter. Buldos stood squarely and  .firmly to meet tho rush of the maddened beast, his long dagger poised for  the death dealing blow.  "Run!" he shouted to her.  Beverly Calhoun had fighting blood  ln her veins. Utterly unconscious of  her action nt the time, she quickly drew  the little silver handled revolver from  the pocket of her gown. As man, benst  and knife came together, in her excitement she fired recklessly nt the combatants without any thought of the  Imminent danger of killing her protector. There was a wild scream of pain  from- the wounded' beast, more pistol  shots, fierce yells from the excited  hunters, the rush of feet, and then the  terrified and almost frantic girl staggered and fell against the ro'eky wall.  Her wide gray eyes were fastened  upon the writhing lion, and the smoking pistol was tightly clutched In her  hand.  It had all occurred In such an incredibly short space of time that she  could not yet realize what had happened. ���  Her heart and brain seemed paralyzed, her limbs stiff and immovable.  Like the dizzy whirl of a kaleidoscope,  the picture before her resolved itself  Into shape.  The beast was gasping his last upon  the rocky floor, the hiit of the goat  hunter's dagger protruding from hla  Ride. Baldos, supported by two of his  f-gep, stood above the savage victim.  nis legs ccrveren wnn liiooci. 'Aie cave  wns full of smoke and the smell of  oowder.   Out of the haze she began to  see the light of luiderstiiualng. Bnldoa  alone was injured, lit* had stood between her und the rush of the Hon,  nud he had saved her at a cost she  knew not how great.  "Oh, the blood!" she rrifd 'hoarsely,  "is It-is It���are you badly hurt?"  She wns nt his side, the pistol falling  from her nervous lingers.  "Don't come near nie, I'm all right!"  he cried quickly.  "Take cure���your dress"���  "Oh, I'm so glad to hear you speak!  Never mind.tho dress! You are .torn  to pieces! Yon must be frightfully  hurt. Oh, Isn't it terrible���horrible!  Aunt Fanny!  Come here this minute!"  Forgetting the beast and throwing  off the paralysis of fear, she pushed  one of the men away aud grasped the  arm" of the injured man. lie winced  perceptibly, and she felt something  warm nnd sticky on her hands. She  knew It wns blood, but It was not in  her to shrink at a moment like this.  "Your arm too!" she gasped. He  smiled,  although his  face  was  white  In her excitement she fired recklessly.  with pain. "How brave you were!  You might have been���I'll never forget  it���never! Don't stand there, Auut  Fanny! Quick! Get those cushions  for him.   He's hurt."  "Good Eawd!" was all the old worn-,  an could say, but she obeyed her mis-,  ���tress. " *.  "It was easier than It looked, your  highness," murmured Baldos. "Luck  was with me. The knife went to his  heart. I am merely, scratched. His  leap was short, but he caught me  above the knee with his claws. Alus.  your highness, these trousers of mine  were bad enough before, but now they  nre ln shreds. What patching I shall  have to do! And you may well Imagine  we are short of thread aud needles and  thimbles."  "Don't jest, for heaven's'sake! Don't  talk like that. Here! Lie down upon  these cushions and"���  "Never! Desecrate the scouch of  Graustark's ruler? I, the poor goat  hunter? I'll use the Hon for a pillow  and the' rock for nn operating table.  In ten minutes my men can have these  scratches dressed and bound���In fact,  there ls a surgical student among them,  poor fellow. I think I am his first patient.   Ravone, attend me."  He threw himself -upon the ground  and calmly placed his head upon the  body of the animal. ���-  "I Insist upon your taking these  cushions," cried Beverly.  "And I decline" Irrevocably." She  stared at him In positive auger. "Trust  Ravone to dress these trifling wounds,  your highness. He may not be ns  gentle, but he Is as firm as any princess In nil the world."  "But your arm?" she cried. "Didn't  you say It was your legs? Your arm is  covered with blood too. Oh, dear me,  I'm afraid you nre frightfully wounded."  "A r.truy bullet from one of my men  struck mc there, 1 think. You know  there wus but little timo for aiming"���  "Wnlt! Let mo think a minute!  Good heavens!' she exclaimed, with a  start. Her eyes were-suddenly filled  with tears, and there wus a break In  her voice. "I shot-you! Don't deny lt  -dou'tl It Is the right arm, and your  men could uot have hit it from -where  they stood.   Oh, oh. oh!"  Baldos smiled ah"he bared his arm;  "Your nlm was good," he admitted.  "Hnd not,my knife already been In the  lion's heart your bullet would ..have  gone, there. It is my misfortune that  my arm was in the wny. Besides, your  highness, it has only cut through the  skin, nnd n little below, perhaps. It  will be well in a day or two. 1 am  sure you will find your, bullet In the  carcass of our lamented friend, the  probable owner of this place."  Ravone. a hungry looking youth, took  charge of the wounded leader, while  her highness retreated to the farthest  corner of tin5- cavern. There she sat  nud trembled while Ihe wounds were  being dressed. Aunt Fanny bustled  buck and forth, first unceremoniously  pushing her way through the circle of  men to take observations und then reporting to the impatient'girl. The  storm had passed, nnd the night was  still except for the rush of the river.  Raindrops fell now and then from the  trees, glistening like diamonds as they  touched the light from the cavern's  mouth. It was all very dreary, uncan-  ���iy and oppressive to poor Beverly. Now  ind theu she caught herself sobbing,  nore out of shame nnd humiliation  hnn In sadness, for hud she not shut  he man who stepped between her nnd  lentli?   What must he think of her?  "He says yo* all 'd bettah et to bnU,  Miss Bev���yo* highness," said Aunt  'anuy after one of her trips.  "Oh, he does, does he?" sniffed Bev-  -.-���'iy. "irn Ro to Dpd wiion 1 please,  fed him so. No. uo���dou't do It. Aunt  i'unny! Tell him I'll go to bed wh-*n  ''in sure he is quite comfortable, npj  ���(������"lire " .  "But he's Jes" a goat puncheh er a"���  "H"'s a man, If there ever was one.  Oon't let me hear you call him a goat  puncher again. How nre his legs?"  Aunt Fanny wns almost stunned by  this amazing question from her ever  decorous mistress. - "Why don't you  answer? Will they have to be cut off?  Didn't you see them?"  "Fo* de Lawd's sake, missy, co'se  Ah did, but yo' all kindeh susprise me.  Dey's p'etty bad skun up, missy; de  hide's peeled up consld'ble. But hit  ain' dang'ous, no, ma'am���jes' akun;  'ufs all."  "And his arm���where I shot him?"  *  "Puffec'ly triflln', ma'am���yo' highness. Cobwebs 'd stop de bleedln', an'  Ah tole 'em so, but 'at felleh couldn'  un'stnu' nie. Mlsteh What's-hls-name,  he suys soniethiu' to de docteh, an' den  dey goes nfteh de cobwebs, suah  'uough. 'Tain' bleedln' no mo', missy.  He's mostes neah doin' ve'y fine. Co'se  he culu' walk fo* sev'l days wiv dem  lulgs o' hls'n, but"���  "Then, In heaven's name, how are  we to get to Edelweiss?"  "He c'n ride, culu't he? Wha's to  hindeh him?"  Quite right. He shall ride Inside the  coach. Go and see if I can do anything for him."   "   "  Aunt Fanny returned In a few minutes.  "He says yo'll do him a great favoh  If yo' jes' go to baid. He sends bis  'spects an' hopes yo' sluiiibch won' be  distubbed ag'iu."  "He's a perfect brute!" exclaimed  Beverly, but she went over aud crawled under the blankets and "among the  cushions the wounded man hud scorned.  (To Be Continued )  UNCLE SAM'S  NAVY.  Th*   Attraction55!* It    Now    Offers -to  Brljflit Yonnfi; Men.  -  The new law'opening to the sailors  the" avenues of promotion to the commissioned ranks will have a'tendency  to attract the better class of our youth  who are ambitious and whose circumstances have barred them from oppor-'  tunitles for advancement, in other directions. In 1901 congress authorized  the. secretary of the navy to commission each year twelve sailors as warrant officers. To receive this promotion,  a sailor must be less than thirty years  old, ��� must have been ln the service  seven years,- served one year as a first  class petty officer and pass an examination upon the theoretical part of his  calling. , This latter requirement renders it necessary for him to devote his  spare time to study. If he succeeds In  this test he Is given a tentative ap-  fiintment as gunner, boatswain, carpenter or warrant machinist, and this-  duty being satisfactorily performed for  one' year he becomes a warrant officer  at $1,200 per year sea pay, with an'Increase of $100 each year "for three  years., -The fourth year his'salary ls  $1,600 and after twelve years' service  reaches $1,800.- At sixty-two years of  age he ls retired on three-fourths pay  for life. . .'���-'"  Those whose ambition. reaches beyond the warrant officer can have it  satisfied through faithful and Intelligent attention to duty, as, after four  years' service In that capacity, tlie aspirant ls eligible to a commission" if  recommended by his commanding officer and upon passing another examinit-.  tion. A bright and studious young  man entering the navy as ifsnllor at  seventeen may in twelve or fifteen  yenrs become a commissioned officer  and retire" at sixty-two with the rank  of captain.���Joseph Jenkins ln Leslie's  Weekly.  One Centenarian In  127,000.  The labors of Sir George Murray  Humphry proved that .there ls about  one centenarian to every 127,000 people and that of seventy authenticated  cases no one reached 110 years, three  only are said to have been 108 and  one 100. The full exercises of the various  powers,   mental  and   bodily,   is.  conducive" to great age, so that there  need be no fear of entering heartily,  actively and with full Interest and  energy Into the assigned work of life,  physical or mental. The Inhabitants of  any countryside, as In Delabole In  North Cornwall, point with pride to  the number of hale aud hearty octogenarians, nonagenarians and cente-  nurlaiis living among them as an evidence of their healthy evlronment nnd  hygienic lives. So In Paris, with its  10,500 octogenarians and 020 nonagc-  nnrlnus, 80 of whom are approaching  their hundredth year. Six Inhabitants  of Paris are more than 102 years of  age.���London Hospital. "  Your Doctor  Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no question about that, but��� '  - why go to all the trouble and  inconvonience of looking him up,  and then of ha v ing hisprescription  filled, when you can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  * a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE  for a quarter.  Why pay two to five dollars-  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH will cure you  as quickly ?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians bave  done for the past thirty-four  years: let SHILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appears.  SHILOH will cure you, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  The next time you bave a  Cough or Cold cure it with ���  BIRTH OF A HYMN.  Story of tbe Orlclii of "In the Sweet  - By and By."  A song of national circulation, "In  the Sweet By and By," written by S  Fillmore Bennett of Elkhorn, Wis., had  Its birth ln a country store." Mr. Bennett told the story, which Is given in  "Wisconsin In Three Centuries," as follows:  It was about time for closing business in the evening when J. P. Webster, whose melodies have made Wisconsin* famous-, came Into the' store,  feeling somewhat depressed.  I said to Webster, "What Is the matter now?"  He replied, "It- Is no matter; it will  be all right by and by."  The idea of the hymn came to me  like a flash of sunshine,,and I replied:  "The sweet by and by. Why would  not that make a.good hymn?"  V "Maybe It would," he said indifferently. ' - - - -  _I then turned to my desk and penned  the hymn as fast*as I could write. I  handed it to Mr. Webster. As he read  It his eyes kindled and his whole demeanor changed. Stepping to the desk,  he began writing the notes instantly.  In a few moments he requested Mr.  Bright to hand him his violin, and he  played with* little hesitation "the beautiful melody-from the notes. A fe"w  moments later he had jotted down the  notes for the,different parts and the  chorus. - /  ' I do not think it was more than thirty minutes from the time I took my  pencil to write the words .-before the  hymn and the notes had all heen com-'  pleted and,four of us were singing lt  exactly as it appeared in the Signet  Ring a few days later' and as lt has  been sung the world over ever since!  A NAVAL REBUKE...  Two Admirals, a Captain and ��� Fool  In "Manila Ba"y.   '  When Dewey's fleet was at Manila  the late Admiral Chichester was then  a captain. On. one occasion Admiral  Diedrichs, the German, sent out the  Irene on "'an uncevealed errand and  without the customary notification to  the commander of the blockading fleet.  Admiral - Dewey hud suffered! he  thought, sufficiently from' that sort of  thing, und so the admiral sent a vessel  across the Irene's bows and notified  her cnptaln that she would not be permitted to depart without-a statement  as to her destination. , It was not Admiral Diedrichs',';mission to quarrel  with both the American and. the English fleets ou thls^critlcal occasion, so  he sought to find out Captain Chichester's purpose In case of a collision. Going on board Chichester's ship, he angrily exclaimed, ���'"Did you "see what  Dewey did to my ship?" .  "Yes," replied Chichester.  "What would you have done If it bad  been-an-English-shlp?"���-���=���.   JBSTiNATE FACESORES  REFUSED TO CLOSE FOR 4 YEARS  Zam-Buk   Healed-Them  .Inside  Two  Weeks.-       ���'    ~  Have  you  some  eiuption,  or sore.  >r ulcer,  or-wound,  on  any  part of  /our body which ba-i hitierti refus-  ���d to close, no mait:-r ho-v treated '-���  L   so,   that  is   u   cai-e   ior  Zam-Buk  lie great  herbal   balm.    The   herbal  aps  nnd  essencs  ia   this  balm  arc-  so  poweiful   that  they  can  heal  the  ������cist eases oi chronic hoies. ulcers:  olo-d prison nnd skin dis-*ns?s. Heie  ir.��   pi oof sj  of, this:  Mrs. W. H. .Taylor, of North  Bay.  int., says:    "Lh.id a scalv spot as  ng as a ten cent piece on'mv face.  L had it for-,four years,  and "hardly  i   night   during   that   time   went   by  **ut   what   f   applied   cold   cream,   oi  onie    ointment     or   other,    but     it  ��� ould   always   be   theie.     r   recentK  .pplied  Zam-Biik.   .ind   j���   aboil/- 'a  nick's lime  the spot had d.sappeur-  (1 completely.    J   cannot thank  vou  3iiough  fur your lemedv, and   r 'tell  ���veryone  to  bo sure nn'd  keep Zam-  iuk  in  their boi.se."  Mrs.   R.   J. -Ho'den,   of   ���*<".   West  laimab   SI.,   Hamilton,   savs:     "Mv  iMle giil had a running ,so*ie on her  -.���? Yi.01, <U] d "n11 t'eatiuent.   I applied Zam-Buk, and in about a week's  line tlie wound was closed.    I  have  ound Zam-Buk just as good for other  kin troubles nnd injuiies."-.  Ur- J* H. Hamilton, of Thornbury.  avs:     Tlie Tn st Zam-Buk 1  obtain-  (I was for n friend who had an ob-'  filiate sire  on. her temple." It had  u-en treal-d once or twice bv a doc-  or,  and   would  heal   up for'a short  ime.   but   would   break    out   again  am-Buk healed it pennanentlv. unci  -t s'lows no sign whatever of ieturn-  lng."  Similar grateful tostimonv is ' to  ���and from -men and women' in all  ������arts of. Canada. Zam-Buk  ������* a sure cuie for all skin diseases  ���nd injuries;, such'as cuts, burns,  muses, ec7ema, psori-isis, ulcers  calp soies, cold sores, chapped  lands, itch, rashes, tetter, face sores,  **tc. It is also" an unequalled embro-  ���ation,* and rubbed well on to parts  *.rfectod cures rheumatism, sciatica  leurnlgia, eld* ,oi che-t, etc.,'All  Iruggists sell at 50c a'box-, or may  '**e obtained post fiee from Zim-Buk  Jo., Toronto, upon receipt of pr'ce*  "ix boxes for $2.50. ,    -  Snutipy Seeds.  The seed vessels of wild peas and  beans when- dry open and curl up with  a sudden snap which expels the seeds  sometimes to a distance of twelve to  twenty feet. Indications of this habit  are seen m the cultivated varieties, the  s-eed pods of which often curl with a  snap when opened. -     ���    .  Quite  Ouvlona.  M.isristrnte���Why did you steal this  tjeritleman's watch? - * ,   ,.  - Pickpocket���1 wns lnte for me grand  >pery engagement, nnd I wanted to  ccalu time.���Baltimore American..  Facial Horticulture.  "A new milkman left,our milk today," announced Dorothy.  '���Did he have whiskers?" asked her  mother,..thinking-perhaps it.waa the  proprietor.- . __ -     .  "No," said the four-year-old; "he  didn't have whiskers, but he had the  roots."  Tlie ex-mayor of - Edmonton advo-  ates a larger salary for the mayor]  le considers the-present annual al-  Dwance of $1,200 inadequate for the  ontinual service the presiding officer  ives  tlie  citv.  DAILY  FAD ING "AWAY *  Why She Couldn't.  "No, I didn't havo a very good time,"  she said. "I wanted to talk, and there  wasn't a man there."  "But there were plenty of other  girls."  "Oh, of course, but that was no satisfaction, for they all wanted to talk  inn >���  CHRONIC CATARRH  N0SEANDTHR0AT  "At the AdVlce of friends 1 Tried Pe-ru  ria and the Results Have Bean Hlghl.  Satisfactory."���80   Wrlui   Mr.'Pllon  - Time tries all things, and as  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup has  stood the test of yenrs it now ranks  as a leading specific in the treatment  if all ailments* of the throat and  lunps. It v-ill sof'.en and subdue tbe  ���nost stubborn cough by lelieving tbe  irritation, and restore tbe affected organs to healthy conditions. Use will  show its value. Try it and be convinced  of its efficacy. "      -,    ���  The sealing schooners Umbi ina and  /era have left Vancouver for a nine  nonths' cruise as far" as Copper" is-  and and Behring sea. One of the  .voinen who came to see the-hunters'  iff fell from the^ wharf into. the  -.ater below. She - was quickly ��� rescued.      -  ' * -  -Little but "-Searching.���Dr. Von StanV  ���ineapule'Tablctu-are.not big naut-oou5-  loses that contain injurious druus or  mrcotics���they ure the pure - vegetable  pepsin���the. medicinal.extract from this  usr.ious fruit, and the tablets are, l>re-  iared in as palatable form as the fruit  'tself." They cure indieestion. 60 in a  iox.   35  cents.���5fi ,; ,  Mother���Jean, give half of'your ap-  >le to" your little sister^ * Remember  hat a pleasure shared" is doubled.  Jean���Yes, mother, " but "an apple  ;hared is halved.���Nor Loisirs.  ' Thankfnlneaa.  I am no friend to the people who receive the bounties of Providence without visible gratitude. When the six-,  pence falls Into your hat you may  laugh. When the messenger of an unexpected blessing takes you by tho  band and lifts you up and bids you walk  you may leap and run nnd sing for  Joy, even as the lame man whom St.  Peter healed skipped piously and rejoiced aloud as he.passed through the  beautiful gate of the temple. There ls  no virtue ln solemn Indifference. Joy  ls aa much a duty as beneficence ls.  Thankfulness Is the other side of mercy.���Henry Van Dyke.  Unfair.  Another unfair thing In life ��� tlie  bride, with a wealth of hair, wears a  veil, but the groom, who has a bald  spot and really needs a veil to cover It,  la   denied   the   privilege.  WW  -Srffflfi  "Well," said Chichester, convenient-,  ly assuming that the Irene's captain  had sailed without orders from Diedrichs, "I'd have put my enptain In ar  rest, nnd then I'd have gone on board  the Olympla and apologized to Admiral  Dewey for having such n- fool in command of one of my ships."  A Poet'a Homely- Face.  The poet Rogers was alilicted with a  notably unpleasant, cadaverous countenance, which, with all his intellectual  power, .was a mortification to him. To  hide his annoyance, he joked about his  ugliness Incessantly and deceived his  friends into supposing him Indifferent  to it. Ho ouce turned-to Sydney  Smith, who, with Byron aud Moore,  was dining with him, and said:  "Chantrey wants to perpetuate this  miserable face of mine. What pose  would you suggest that I should take?"  "If you really wish to spare the world  as much as possible," said the wit, "I  would,-If I were you, be taken nt my  prayers, my face burled ln my hands."  Eogers laughed with the other persons present, but he shot a malignant  glance at the jester and, It ls said, never fully forgave him for the b'onmot  Tbe Canadian Boom.   .  Consul General J. G. Foster of Ottawa reports that the number of Immigrants entering Canada during the  fiscal year 1906 was 189,004, an ln-  crease-o'f 42,798 over'1903. The emigrants from the United States numbered 57,919, or 14,267. more than ln 1905.  It Is said that each British Immigrant  costs Canada $13.- At that rate Canada  got $750,000 worth of emigrants from  the United States for much less cost in  advertising, free fares, etc. Farmers  and servants from the continent of Elu.  rope cost the government $5 each.  The Story of a Woman Made Well by  Dr. Williams' Pink. Pills.  Bad blood means bad health. That  i why Dr. Wi.liams' Pink~ Pi'ls'mean  ood  health. .   They  actually    make  .e\v,   rich  blood  which . "strengthens  very nerve and   every  'organ in the  iody.    That is  why- people who use  -'r. Williams' Pink Pills feel bright,  ictive    and    strong.   ; Mrs.   .Aithur'  ranningan,. -Marshville.    Ont., is  a  -itness  to  the  truth  of  these state-  teiits.   Mrs.' Hanningan says:   "For  early    three  years I suffered    from  naemia (bloodlessness)   and    during  hat  time-consulted  and  took  medi-  ���ine  from '- several  doctors,    without  eneficial    results. -My,  complexion  --���as  of a  waxy  appearance, my lips  '-nd- gums seemed  bloodless.    I  suf-  ered , from   headches/ dizziness    and  ���alpitation  of  the  heart.. My  appe-  lite wus so poor that I did not'care  vhelher 1  ate or not nnd I grew 'so  ,'eak, and-was-so  much  reduced  in  .lesh tbat my friends* thought I wns  n  consumption.    As   1   have  said   I  loctoied   without  benefit,   until    the  ast doctor whom  I  consulte'd advis-  ���d me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  [ followed his advice, and less than  i"dozen    boxes have made    me  tbe  veil woman   f* am  today.      All   "the  >ymptoms of my troubles diavo vnn-  . shed    and    1  enjoy    the    best    of  "leulth.,. L-know  there  nie  hundreds  if-women  who aie drifting into the  same condition T was, and to all such  t would s'.rotig'y urge the immediate  ise of Dr.  Williams' Pink-Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do notacl  upon the bowels;" they do not tinker  ^vith���mere���symptoms:���thoy���go���right-  to the root of the trouble, in the  blood. Thnt 'is why they cure com-'  -non ailments like rheumatism, neur-  ilgia. kidney trouble; headaches and  backaches. - St.1 Vitus dance, and the  -special ailments that afflict so.many  -vomen and growing girls. Sold by  ill medicine dealers or by mail at  ")0c a box or-six-boxes'for $2.50 from  The Dr. Williams.' Medicine'. Co.,  3rockville, Ont.   -  Drift I-,* It  Home.  Daughter-��� Have' you found out yet  what lt was that papa cut out of th*  paper?  Mother���Yes. I bought another copy  I've read It all through, but to save ray  Ufa I can't see anything wrong In It  It's nn article on tlie vulgarity and stillness o'f buying furs that are beyond  ono'a moans.���N��w York Press.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Why Exercise Heats the Body.  A. thinking boy asked" the editor-on��  day why running or any other violent  exercise makes one hotter. -Perhaps all  the boys and*girls would like to-have  the" question answered foe them.. Th��  reason is thnt it quickens the'circulation of the "blood," makes one breathe  faster and thus brings, more air (and  oxygen) into the lungs. Animal heat Is  produced by slow 'combustion, and  combustion is-nothing more than a  union of tlie oxygen of. the air witli  the combustible' body or with some ol  -Its elements. "* When we take air into  the lungsby breathing, the oxygen ol  the air penetrntes the delicate vessels  and enters the blood, which carries 11  to the heart and thence to the different  orgnns. Here lt makes a chemical union with particles of carbon from the  tissues, - and thnt union makes heat  Tlie faster you breathe, therefore, the  ; more oxygeu you take in and the niort  heat ls generated.���Chicago News.   *".  I  Dou't Care.  I don't care for the doll I broke  (Smashed her against the wall)!  She is all In a hundred bits.  I don't mind it at all!  I don't care if my lesson's hard;  I don't wish  It  was throush;  I don't care for the doll 1 bruKe;  I ,'nn't care���^-it.I do!  ������^"���i-hii'iift  The  JIu Jltsa  Bubble.  Did anybody ever see anything like  the disappearance of jiu jitsu? A year  or two ago everybody was listening  open eyed to marvelous stories of skill  with,which slender little men overcame  giants by a simple twist of the wrist.  Teachers of the mystic art were appointed for West Point and Annapolis.  Then the American athletes very obstinately refused to be unjolnte'd by  any of the little tricks, but flung the  jlu jltsu experts on the floor", and jiu  j jitsu was forgotten.���Bonne Terre Registrar. - - "-.    ���  Hovr He Spent His Fees.  James B. Howe, formerly register of  deeds in Brooklyn, received fees  -amounting to more than $50,000 during  his term of office, and he has given  them back to the borough in the form  of a bronze equestrian statue representing Washington at Valley Forge.  The statue, with Its pedestal, ls thirty-  five feet ln height and wns conceived  end execut-**)! by Henry Merwin Shra-  dy. It stands, in the plaza at the  Brooklyn end of the Williamsburg  bridge and was unveiled recently with  appropriate ceremonies.  Blimt "Look Young.  "The World and His Wife",says that  the "beauty doctor" has begun to discover a demand for her services of a  new kind." Female employees! such as  shopgirls, milliners, dressmakers and  those iu .other situations, try to retain  as much as possible a bright look "of  youth, from no coquettish desire to pre  serve their good looks, but simply un  der the grin) pressure of otherwise ln  evitable loss of emnlovment.  W.    N.    U.    No. 621  Jones' Hat  or Jones's Hat.  It Is not strange that boys and girls  nre sometimes bothered over the right  way to use the sign of the possessiv*  after a noun ending In s.- Good usage  la about equally divided iujhe matt**?  so thnt either Jones' hat or Jones's ha'  may be considered correct. Literallj  speaking, however, Jones's hat Is to be  preferred, for -the possessive' form if  nothing but a contraction of "his," tht  original form-having beeii "Tones hit  hat.'' and most grammarians sny thai  "we Wbuld~glve recognltlblThTthe sound  to' the. contracted pronoun." Goold  Brown's grammur says, "To avoid fl  concurrence of hissing soimds the s is  sometimes omitted, nnd the apostrophe  alone retained to mark, the possessive  singular, ns 'Moses' minister,' but the  elision should be sparingly Indulged. U  Is lu general less agTeeable tlian the  regular form," and it illustrates the  point by quoting "Hicks's" as preferable to "Hicks'."���Exchange.  Mr. Itaoul Pilon. 116 Bue Notro name  Lachine.   1>.Q���  Can.,  writes:  "I write yon a few_wordi to expresH to  you my satisfaction at heirm cured. I  was afflicted with catarrh of the "throat  and nose and suffered much. I was  jrrcatly diseouraeed. Thad a bad breath  and bad taste in my mouth'in'.the" morn-  "I took  treatment for some time with  "rUien��dstlll"irf.Hr<;!ief-    At   *���-�� ��^  irieims   l   tried   Peruna   and -the   results  of  four months   I -was. completely cured."  m^CdPvn^Hltl*rrh b*rcom'es chronic. Hav-  ���*-���_de'e'oped  into   the  chronic   itne*    ������  T^coTe^r Pe���at��4 treatment^*,!  .oe required to cure it "than if the rtla  ease  were, treated  at  the  onsc"     * .  However. Peruna will brine relief whe  toff ��r�� ca-*arrh  is ttcute or chronic     If  '*cy��rt" ""--���s-i-s"Hi ",**������"  request Catarrh   .will  be  sent upon  -* - -   "   ���* j     ' "        .     **���  Ask  Your' Druggist for  Free   Peruna'  Almanac   for   1907.  Overehrewd lawyers- olten furnish  their adversaries with weapons.  - Did- you  see_this  tree-that    has  enmeuuoned,   by  the ' roadside r  an advocate inquired.     I"  "   "Ke'S" ail-; * saw*it very'plainly/'  -  '   '" was conspicuous, then'"'.'  - Ihe witness seemed puzzled by the  sya:I--Hfl"peatfii..hi--'i-?  "What is the- difference;"'sheered  the lawyer* "between plain' and conspicuous?     ' ��� ���  / -. -> , ���  lJutrllem,'*':as hoi8t with his' own  petard. The witness innocenfly ans-  v\eied:  , -, _        '  .   ~ .  "I can-see you plainly," sir," among  ���Ai? other" lawyers, though vou arl  tot a bit conspicuous."  Minard's Liniment Co.]- Limited.  ���S&.L���'J have used MINARD'S"  JNIMENT for:the past 25 years and  ���hilst I have occasionally used other  miments, I can safely say that I  .tave never used any equal to four's.  -If rubbed , between' the hands and  nbaled frequently, _t will never fail  o'cure cold in the head in twenty-  .our hours.  It  is "also    the   Bc'st   for    bruises  .prains, -etc.   ... " '  ��� Youra truly,    *  inrtmouth. -    *    '   J.  G.   LESLIE.   -  ' Do you know the witness that  ������as just "h'tn examined P" .&aid the  .ttorney t > the occupant of the "wit  ���ess* box.   - -   .  -"Ves, sir." ' ,    .-  "What is "his reputation for ver-ic-  ty ?"  "Well,'.' replied tlie "man, cautious-  y, "he's a weather forecaster for the  .feterological. OHice 'oy, profession."���  -*iek  Me Up. -  A number, of sailors discharged for  iiirticip'ating in the recent strike in  Odessa threw a bomb upon the Rus-  ,ian_eoinpany'H Atlantic line steamer  jregory Morch. The vessel was  .lightly damaged.  For the first time -in twenty years  fatalities caused by'skating have oc-  ���nired on the lower Fraser river. A  l\ Charlton, merchant,'and his son  Thomas were drowned-last week near  Langley.   . .'   ���  KIDNEYS AFFECTED  BY SUDDEN CHANGE  Most  Painful   Ailments Follow���Prevention  and Cure Obtained by use of  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  The' sudden lowering of the temper-  Uuie causes the pores of the skin to  ���lose, and thus throws on to the  .idneys much work which is ordinarily performed by the skin. . This,  io doubt, accounts for the great pre-  ���alence of kidney disease duiing the  all and winter.   .  ' There is. no treatment which.- so  luickly, affords relief to overworked  md deranged kidneys as" Dr. Chase's  'Cidney-Liver Pills, because they act  m the liver, as well as they k-d.ieys.  md when- in healthful action the  iver does" much of the work of fil-;  ering the blood, which, is otherwise'  eft for the kidneys. ���  Blight's 'Disease, dropsy, uric acid  ���oisoning, stone in the bladder, and  heumatism are among the mostpain-  ul forms of kidney disease, and  hese ailments can always be presented by the timely use of Dr.  Phase's Kidney-Liver Pills. They  an also usually' be cured by this  reatment, but" if you are so fortun-  .te as to be yet free of these dre.ad-  ul ailments, keep so by using Dr.  Phase's Kidney-Livef Pills to keep  he liver, kidneys and bowels - in  lealthful working condition.  Mr.-James J. Jenson, Olds, Alta.,  .-rites: "I have been troubled con-  jderably with lame back, which I  uppose came from derangements of  he kidneys, and I have never been  5ble to find a treatment that was so  ���rompt and effective in curing this  \ilment as Dr. Chasa's Kidney-Liver  "ills.    At two different timeB in my  life this preparation has entirely  cuied me of this trouble, and- of  late years I have found it unneces-  sarj to use any medicine whatever.  I feel- it my duty to add this statement to the many, othe:s which I  'oc. in recommendation of this excellent mo'I'cine."    -  -Mi. W. Ferguson blacksmith, Tren-  tci\ Ont., says "In my work" I am'  iiendiug over a great deal, and this,  tof-fcther with the constant strain on  ill partsr of the body, and the sud-  ien change of" temperature when'going to and from the forge,' brought  on kidney.'disease'and'backache. At  times T would suffer so that 'I would  have to quit work to .ease' my" back,  and felt so miserable most of the  time I did not enjoy life very much.  "As last I decided that I would  have to get relief in some way, and  having heard of Dr. Chai.e's Kidney-  Liver Pills as a succe.*sful cure for  backache and kidney disease, I began, using them. To my' surprise and  pleasure they helped me at once, and  a few boxes ent'rely removed my  troubles. Thanks to Dr. Chase, I am.  perfectly cured and hope that others  may take my advice and use Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,-by  their direct and combined action on  kidney, liver and bowels, positively  cure biliousness, constipation and  diseases of the kidneys. One pill a  dose, 25c a box, at all dealers, or  Edmanson, Bates &"Co��� Toronto. f HE LEADER, MOYIE^ BRITISH COLV&mA.  i' M.  *," ,    -a-'     -., AC-'i'vf** /.*-*.  mmmmmmmmmmmttm   --��*, If Sill  " WESTERN -CANADIAN  EDITORS  y  ��� >  k  J'  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives,-'their Aims  "and their'influence.  - JOHN  W. YOUNG. 2  .'    ,69   ' '[ %  , v7.  JOHN   W.   YOUNG  Prince Albert Times.  The west is offering eloquent inducements lo the younger journalists  of the east, eloquent because the inducements are of the natui e - of 'increased financial levaid, a chance to  enter the political, aiena, and climb  -to the * top.. in a countiy, where the  nominations aie not'cut'and dried���  wheie every man will be given a  place accoiding to his "ability, and his  courage.      *   ���   *f'      -    " *  During the past few years the' number of these young men "who have left  the confines of the.older province's to  make a "place for themselves in the'  west has been ever increasing, and  the effect is being-felt propoitionate-  ly- "   - . -  One of these .is ' -Mr. John W.'  Young, who in company with tlie  well known young newspaper man,  It. P. Laurie, is in charge of the.des-.  tinies of the"Prince Albeit Times. Mr.  Young is a Chatham boy, was bom  and brought up there, educated in  the same town, and has filled all the  reportorial positions on the Chatham  Planet, up to the desk of city editoi.  The parents of Mr. Young were  among the early -residents of Chatham, his father was a carriage builder, a man who took an .active intei-  est in all public affairs, and was once  mayor of the city of Chatham. Both  of Mr. Young's parents--have" been  dead for some years. - . -  * Equipped  with a very fair' educa-  'tion 'and a good measure of self-reliance, Mr. .Young accepted his first  newspaper    position    at the . age oi  'twenty, and one needs no further indication of his perseverance than that  he remained with the-, same papei  through more than'eight years, working his way up, till the time of his  coming west, wben he left the desk  of city .editor.  ... Since taking, over' the JPrince Albert Times^ from the .estate of the  late J. D. Maveety, last year, the  new firm have more than trebled the  plant, and have lifted the Times to  a high level in western journalism,  taking the Conservative stand," and  making their influence felt in no  Bmall way. - -    -  Mr. Young was married . in Cha  tham in 1904 to Miss Houston, daugh  ter of Mr. M. Houston, police magis  trate,  and  member of the  law  firm  * of Houston  & Stone.  We predict a bright future for Mi  Young in both journalistic and poli  tical  circles.  THE EVILS OF  CONSTIPATION  Specialist   says - women   in  particular   are   sufferers  Why Bileans Prove So Beneficial  A medical specialist states that  eight out ot ten cases of headache,  tin/mess, sallow complexion, and various ailments peculiar to women loi  which he is consulted have tlieir origin in constipation. Although this  aiimeut "is veryr '��� common .amongst  hoin sexes, women���appear to be tiie  greater sulfeieis. lineans cuie constipation" by stimulating the liver and  logulat-ng tlie bile fluw.. Bile is tne  naiuial puigative of tiie b^dy. lii-  iH.uis  legulates its secretion.  Mrs. S. E. Baldwin, of 38 St. Paul  ritieut, 'loionto, sjya: "1 have taken  uile ni'for constipation a.id dizz.ness  a-.U ioti..dN mist satisfactory -results  .ji.eans do not cause any griping, anu  ��� un only cuie constipation but also  uupiove   the   geneim   health."  Mr. A. Monughan, of Berlin, le-  eetitly pioved t.us vegetable reineu-,  in a" similar way. He says: "For  many yeais I suffered from both con  otipation and piles. Nothing 1 have  ever tried is to be compared for  beneficial result ,to Bileans. They  liave made me a" different man, and  if any suffeier would like to ask me  any question on then* operation and  tlieir 'value I will ba glad" to give  all  the  information  1 can."  Such is the lesult of exhaustive  tests of Bileans. This, gieat vegetable  remedy is invaluable' also for sallow  complexions (due to b^e in the  blood), pimples, greasy," sallow skin,  and blood impunt.es geneially.' Bileans nlso cure indigestion, debility,  iheumatism. anemia, female ailment  and inegularities, --run-down feelings," liver and kidney complaint,  headache, sleeplessness, w'nd spasms,  palpitation, "etc. All druggists sell  at 50c a box. or, obtainable post free  from "the Bilean Co., Toronto, upon  tecript -of piice. ' Six boxes for $2.50.  ' '   '- - The" Skunk  Industry.  - The skunk harvest is on in Maine,  and it is.cxpeoted that it will amount  to 150,000 of the'odorifeioub little animals. * Maine produces mo e, than 25,-  000 gallons" of" skunk* oil eveiy year.  The skunk skin is u valuable commodity. ,M'lady who. thinks she  wcais 'a sealskin cloak would piob-  ably be chagrined to know' that it  is made chiefly of skunk skins. These  skins,* which aie the foundation of  many -furs' of different names, sell  for, fiom 25 cents to $2. An aveiage  skunk will yield a,quart of oil. ���  Nashville American.  The negotiations for peace between  the Germans and the revolted natives in the southern part of German  southeast Africa were abiuptly broken off, and serious fighting is now  going on huthe vicinity of Keetman-  shoop. " -  Hartman    Wolfgang-Just,     C. B.,  C.M-G., has been appointed assistant  ufder  secretary    of    state - for   the  -ciVpiiiPs;- ���=���"���~ ���-=-���  They Cleanse the System Thoroughly.���Parmelee's, Veeetable Pills clear  the st mach and bowels of bilious  matte*,"cause the excretory vessels to  throw off- impurities from the blood  into the bowels and expel the deleterious" mass from the body. -.They do  this without pain or inconvenience  to the patient, who speedily realizes  their good'offices as soon as they begin to take effect. They have strong  recommendations from all kinds" of  people.  Large amounts * of gold have been  withdrawn from the Bank of England  for shipment to South Africa.  The 8tomach's "Weal or Wool" ��� The  stomach is the centre from which, from  the standpoint of health, tlowa "weal- or  woe." A healthy stomach means por  feet digestion ��� perfect digestion meanb  strong and steady nerve centres ��� strong  nerve centres meaiiB good circulation  rich blood and good health. South Am  erican Nervine makes and keepn tin  stomach  right.-62.  is   takeni  out.  How the Parson Tipped the Winner.   Before you get  The Rev. Herbert M. Neild, who is' Pen-Angle  in charge of the*Eastbrook Hall Wes-1 oannento   ail  leyan Mission at Bradford, te'ls of an ' 5    _l   ���-*,  amusing incident which  gnir.ed him *me,n*inK  the  ear of  workingmen    nt  his  services. _        -- ���  "I   was   announced , to   speak'on  horse racing from the title "Whnt'll  Win ?"   In the vestry I found a prst-  card  which read: * 'Re your address  "What'll   Win?"   Hacklpr's ��� Piide   is  good  'business    for  tbe    Cnmbiidge-  shire.'    Anxious -to see what piopor-  tion  of-   betting men I .had    in  the  moie  than'2,000  men   assembled,  I  read the card tq the crowd.   The nns-  ivering roar at'the horse's name told  me all I wished to know, and for 40  minutes  I 'had strained attention  as  I showed that workingmen weie being rogued and looked wholesale  by  an oiganized  conspiracy on tlie pait  of  bookmakers,    touts,  tipsteis   'and  traineis.-The sequel was aslo..i hing*.-  Hackel's Pride won the ,rar*e on fol-  owing Wednesday.    As by magic it  ���vent  through   city,  and .particularly  woikshops, that the paison of  Knst-  brook had tipped the winner 'for tbe  Cambridgeshire."���Fivm   the    Yo ng  Men.  - -  IM  Vlinard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  The boundary dispute-between Bolivia and Paraguy has been submitted  to the president of Argentina foi arbitration. ' ,    -  Help your children to grow strong  and robust by counteracting anything  that causes ill-health. One great  causa of dise-*S2 in children iswoints.  Remvva them with Mother Gr*veV  Worm Exterminator.    It never fails:  Lord Dundonald. foi met ly commanding the militia in Canada, has  been piomoted to be a heutenant-  zenerol.  ��� m -  Baby Humors. ��� Dr. Aenew's Ointment  doothes, quiets, and effects quiol* and effective cures in" all skin eruptions common to baby during teething lime/,'It  it harmless to the hair in cases of Pcald  Head, and cures Eczema, Salt Rhouni and  all Skin Diseases of older peoiile. 35  cents.���55  The Guggenheims of New York  have bonded thiee coppei claims at  Sooke" B.C., for ?100,000 and five  claims on "Leach liver for $150,000.  Twenty-three-of the 800 coolies who  loft Calcutta on the steamer Indus  for Trinidad, G.W.I.", died during Jihe  vcjage arid were.buried at" sea, according to a ^report, brought to New  York %by the Indus. .Measles and  pneumonia caused all the deaths.  Beware  of   Ointments  for  Oatarrh    that  Contain" Mercury."  as .mercury will surely destroy the sense  of smell and completely 'derange the,  whole system when entering it through  the mucous surfaces. Such articles should  never be used- except - on prescriptions  from reputable physicians. aB the damage they will di. is ten fold to the good  you can possibly derive - froo them.  Hall's Catarrh Oure, manufactured by F.  J. Ohe'ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.; contains  no mercury, anl is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood and muc-  oub surfaces of the system. In buying  Hall's Oatarrh Oure be sure you get the  genuine. It is takjn * internally and  made in Tolodo, ��Uo, bj F. J. Cheney  & Co.   Testimonials free.  Sold by  Druggists.    Price,'75c per bottle.  Take  Hall's Family  Fills  for constipa  tion.  Pen-  Angle"1  Underwear^ _  keeps you com-  rfyas well as  warm,because the 1  shorXfibres that  make some under-  ,wear itch are taken'  out of * Pen-  f Angle wool. ^|  lejfe T   Trade /fane  In a variety of fabric5*, styles and prices,  tn all sizes*, for women, men ana  child-en, and guaranteed by your own dealer.  A FAITHFUL DOG.  A TORONTO MAN TRIES  Something    New -and    Is   Delighted.  Feels Like a Boy.  Mr. M. N. Dafoe,  29 Colborne St.,  Toronto,  says: ���  "I   have   been   a  sufferer .from    dyspepsia for years   1  have   been ,treated  by doctors and have  taken   many   medicines     with     only  temporary"     relief.  Since     using     Dr  Leonhardt's    ��� Antl-  P111*I can eat" anything the  same  as  when a boy. .'I find  they regulate,, both  stomach? and bowels.     My' old   time,  vigor has returned, so that my spirits  are buoyant and temper normal. I "clve.  all credit to this wonderful remedy���  Dr. Leonhardt's Antl-PIll."-  ,   All dealers or ,The Wllson-Fyle Co  Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont 601  Mr. M. N. Dafoe  FN ARMOR TIME8.  Hla   Story  Him   I'nHHeil   Inlo   Hlntory  With  the Athenian55).   , -rBtrenjrth  ot Bnglli-h  War Horses  la  Many hundred years a*?o tliere lived the Uay* ot u'nrr vm.  it Athens a dog whose faithfulness lias The size of the English war horsa  anised him to be mentioned In his-J reached its maximum In the reign of  lory, and In. the Grecian city his story1, nenry VIII., when the relations of  s often repeated. The dog guarded, body armor to "hand guns" were anal-  >ne of the heathen temples at Athens, ogous to those of the earlyshlp armor  One night a thief stole into this build-  ng and carried off some of the most  valuable  treasures.    The   dog   vainly  nnd-canndn. There was good reason to  believe, says the London Spectator,  that by adding a little to the thickness  barked its loudest to frighten the thief of the coat";of steel the soft, low ve-  ind to rouse the keepers, so the man) loc'ty bullet of the day could * be  went off with the jewels. /But the kept out. So lt was for a time. But  faithful dog did not mean to lose sight  tbe additional weight required a still,  ->f the rascal, and all through.the night  ae followed him. By dayhreak the poor  ���mimal had become very weary, but  -till he kept the robber in sight. Tho  latter tried to feed him, but the dog  refused all food from him, and, as he  made friends with passersby, he took  It from them instead. Whenever the  thief stopped to test the dog remained  - near him, and soon a report wont  through the country of the animal's  3trange-behavior. Tiie keepers of the  temple, hearing the story, went in  search of the dog, and'they found him  'still, at the heels of -the thief at a  town called Cronyon. The robber.was  arresred, taken back'to Athens and  there punished. Tlio judges were so  well pleased with tho dog's sagacity  and faithfulness that they ordered him  to be fed every day for the rest of his  life at public "expense.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratchts ano  every form ot contagious"* Itch on hum  un or animals cured in 30 minutes b..  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  -   Easily  Explained.  "What is an op3ii letter ?" asked  n'is. Smithers.  "An optn letter," replied Smithers,  ' i generally one that the man tc  whom it is sent would never read  it he didn't see it in tlie news-  papeiB."���Cleveland Press.  ADVICE TO MOTHERS.  If you .have a baby or young children in the home always keep a box  of Baby's Own Tablets on hand.  Don't wait until the little one if  sick, for sometimes an hour's delaj  may prove fatal. This medicine  cuies stomach troubles, constipation,  diarrhoea, simple fevers and malcc:^  teething painless. If- children aie  sick Baby's Own Tablets niake them  well; and bettor still an occasional  dose will keep them well. The Tablets are good for children of all ageb  and are guaranteed to contain no  opiate or*harmful drug. Mrs. Joseph  Ross, Hawthorne, Ont., says: "1  have used Baby's Own Tablets *and  find them just the thing to keep' children well." These Tablets are sold  by all medicine dealers or you can  get them by mail at- 25c a box by  writing The Dr. Williams' Mediciiu  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Sir Percy Girouard has been tern  poiarily appointed high commissioner  in  northern Nigeriar  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc  With the exception- of one, the  Victoria, B.C., public schools have  been closed on account of the cold  spell, now abating. Pipes were frozen  and broken at two-thirds of the residences.  I.. J. Maxse. editor of the "National  Review, has attacked Mr. Balfour" for  bis inactivity on the tariff question  It Reaches the Spot.���There are few  remedies before 'the public today a1-  ptTiacious -in removing pain, and in  allaying,a"d preventing pulmonary  diso dais as Dj*. Thomas' EcJectiic  Oil. It has demonstrated its powers  in thousands of instances and a laige  number of testimonials as to its great  Value as a medicine could be-pot  weie there occasion for it. It* is for  sale everywhere.  The wolf hunt,- organized by the  Canadian Pacific railway for Quebec,  has been called off, owing, it is said,  to the scaicity of" wolves. Much-interest has been shown ill the outcome  if the big hunt  Thiee recently ai lived Englishmen  vho had been improperly convicte-"  it Smith's Falls of ^disorderly con-  luct on a train and sentenced to  our months, were honorably paidou  -���cl bv Hon. A. B. Ayleswoith.  ���-"Passerby ��� What are you v a.t.n^  foi, my child? Voii" have hjui  standing o.n this street coiner for  such a long time.  The -Kid���Mother told me' rot to  ci oss until the carriages had gone by,  and not one. has pasted.���II Mondo  Umoiistico.  larger horse to_carry It. The charger  hod to be armored as well as his rider,  and the collection ln the Tower of London shows the actual weight which lt  carried. The panoply of Charles Brandon, Dukoof Suffolk, tbe" brother-in-  law of Henry VIII., still exists. That  of tbe horse covers the whole of tbe  hind quarters,,the back of the neck,  forehead, muzzle, ears, shoulders and  chest. " It Is exactly like a piece of  boiler, plating and fastened by rivets.  The rider sat In a' saddle,' the front  of which was a steel shield ten baches  high, covering the stomach and thighs  as the "breastwork'.' on an Ironclad's  deck covers the base of the turret The  total weight ls eighty-pounds fifteen  ounces. To this add the weight of th��  rider's armor, ninety-nine pounds nine  ounces, and of the rider himself, say  sixteen stone (224 pounds), and tha total ls twenty-eight stone twelve pounds  eight ounces, or 404 pounds 8 ounces.  This bears out Hollinshead's statement  that in the days of Henry~VIII., "who  erected a noble studderle for breeding  horses, especially the greatest sort;"  such as were kept for burden, those animals would- bear four hundredweight  commonly. , -  .MAKING OLD OAK.  Lbna6n*i Criminal Lnrri.  There are 17,210 police In Londath  ���this, says the report-of the commls*  sloner for 1900, issued recently, U aa  increase of 36*4 since the previous yft-a-f. j  The number of persona appreheitofta  during the year for all" oaencss to  127,817, an increase'of 787. 0< these  8.176 were'convicted at Sessions. 103.-  862 by magistrates, 631 acquitted, and  80,068 dis<sharged by'magistrates,     ���  Juvenile offences increased {mm  8,611 in 1904 to 3.672 last year. Burp-  laries also increased from 474 io M5  wbile housebreakings decreased froaa  1,671 to, 1,622.  No fewer than 6,186 flnmHCttel  identifications were effected- err BooV  land Yard as against 6.155 ln UOt  ���     "    "~f ���-*���������$&,  i'i   '-C5  A.Royal Collection.  According to the Figaro, King Haafe  on and Queen'Maud ol Norway an  making a novel collection, consisting  of newspaper cuttings, "divided " into  two albums���true and false. In'the  latter category are all the comments  and stories which have sprung from  the imagination of journalists.' These  are inscribed. "Things we have neither  said nor done." It would be interesting  to learn in which album they have  pasted up the newspaper cutting le-  (erring to this collection.���London  Tribune.   .  Just the Thing That's Wanted.-���A  pill that acts upon the stomach and  yet is so compounded that certain  ingredients of it preserve their power  to act upon the intestinal canals, so  as to clear them of excreta, the retention of which cannot but be hurtful, was long looked for by the medical profession.' .It was found in  Parmelee's Pills, which are the re:  suit of much expert study, and are  scientifically.-' prepaied as a laxative  and an alterative in one. ,  -Z-L/S  - "',*-*.��� **-'  " -������;*'-���;.  ".���"������ifci  '   *  " 1' A"*  k When a Horse Gets Hurt  '���/.'use   ,        , ;*  Fellows' Leeming's  Essence ;-  But don't wait until an animal is'I  injured.��� GET IT NOW���and you.  have the remedy that CURES all'  lameness in horses. * ~ ���- "' ���"    **��� '  If your dealer does not handle]  it, send 50c. to ���.'     -   *  National Drujj ti Chemical Co.',' Limited,  ", MflHTIUAl.    " '13  mmmtmmaeeBem  .'?*.*: }\  "Saved by a Cipher.  ���The story Is told of how a ncatlj  constructed cipher saved Sir JohnTre  vanloii's life. This cavalier'was taker.  prisoner and locked up In Colchestei  castle to await his execution. " On the  second day of his confinement the jaiiei  brought him a_ letter, which, as far as  the warder of tbe castle'could discover  was merely a note of condolence from  a-frlend. But the letter had been concocted on a cipher to which Sir John  bad a clew. Every third letter after ��  punctuation mark of any kind was tc  tell.' What he made out was this-  "Panel at east end of chapel slides."  On the following evening the prisoner  begged permission to pass a quiet boui  ln prayer In the chapel. The request  was granted, and before the hour had  passed the panel bad done Its"worb  and tbe bird bad flown.    -   -  George Shatelia, uged 23, a pedlai  !s mining fiom Kingston, Out., aw'  his bi other, Joseph Shatelia, the foi-  mer piopiietor of 11 Princess slieel  confectionery store," is vciy nnxio u,  !o leain of his whereabouts.  Junius Wadswoith was convicted ii,  St. Catharines on a .,ccond chnige of  having sold liquor without a license,  and as the liquor license net piovides  no option of a fine, he was sentenced  ���lo four mouthb in the Central puson.  -   THE FORGOTTEN DEAD.  Tliere Are Few  English Tombatonea  Over Two Centurlea Old.  Some years ago tliere was a correspondence ln the papers, the main argument being that there were very few  tombstones ln the open���that Is; outside ot a church���which could show a  record of over 200 years. Doubtless  there are many tombstones of a far  greater age, but most of these are now  undecipherable from the perishing material used or.bave sunk deep Into thi*  earth, in which case there can be small  doubt as to the Inscriptions having be  come obliterated. -  The oldest record I have come across  was at Godshlll churchyard, near Vent-  nor, where the visitor can see legibly  Inscribed, "Annie Garde, 1502," but  probably some of your readers may  know of tombstones bearing an eailiei  dater~The-most"Burprising-numbei���of  old tombstones clustered together arc  possibly those grouped at Bonchurch,  Isle of Wight, these ranging from 161*1  to 1702. In all there are seven, having  these dates: 1010, 1619, 1C20, 1G27,-  1646, 1687, 1702.  So far���that ls, during a three years'  search���I have found tombstones of tin;  seventeenth century at Godshlll, Bon  church, Bradlng and St. Lawrence  (Ventuor), in'the Isle of Wight; at Wa  terlngbury, In Kent, where tliere are  several in excellent order; at Tollbridge.  Bristol, Ipswich, Harwich, Southwold  Colwyu Bay (old parish churchyard)  and nt Millbrook, near Southampton.  I might note that lu nil I have so fai  found onlythirty-tlve tombstones ovei  200 years of age.-l.ondon Sltuidiird.  Brlght's Disease ��� Insidious 1 deceptive!  relentlessl has' foiled hundreds ot limit  by medical science to stum the tide cl  its ravages���and not unlit South A men  can Kidney Cure pioved beyond a duUu  its power to turn back the t'd , wai  there a gleam of anything but duRpai.  for the victim of this dread form cl Kiel  ney   diseasi*5 ���64  Young Widow (at the animal feller's)���I want a dog.  Animal Sellei��� Yes, madam; wh.t*,  giey, brindled ?  Young Widow ��� No, black ��� all  black; I am in deep mourning.���Koj  Loisirs.  'THE ARABIAN  NIGHTS."  . Trajan's Column.  Professor Boni, lluHtallun archaeologist, has just completed his greatest  undertaking, the restoration of Trajan's column, this task having consisted ln replacing no fewer than fifteen  pieces of marble which had fallen out  of^ their places In tlie , column,' thus  menacing a possible collapse of the entire structure. The grotto beneath the  monument has also now been filled In,  giving the whole a firmer hold on Its  foundations, so that no untoward collapse may ever be feared ln the future.  The loosening of the restored portions  had been occasioned by the fall of the  bronze statue of tbe Emperor Trajan  which surmounted the column.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper  A   fCItc-ben  Plnounhlon.  *A tea strainer formed the foundation  for It���just one of tho* plain, ordinary  ones of finely woven wires, but polished and shining as though made of some  much finer metal. It was lined with  the softest of silk and stuffed with a  tiny bag of bran, which, in Its turn,  was neatly tucked away under a cover"  let of silk. A bit of ribbon made a  _smallJjjw_onJi_^hand]_o,_and_at_tlie_  same time furnished a loop to bang it  ap by. Then the wire part was thickly  seeded with pins and the novel cushion  put in place.     ,.��� ���  Burning Meleoro.  It Is supposed that meteors begin to  burn when they are within about 125  miles of the earth and that combustion  Is completed and they disappear at  from thirty-five to fifty miles above the  earth. When we see a falling star,  therefore, we may consider that we  have watched lt through a flight of  about a hundred miles before It finally  burns out anddlsaoDcars from view.  One   of   the   Trlcka   ot   the   Cabinetmaker*' Trade.  You will have to go a long way before you find a body of men more clever than those cabinetmakers-who produce goods to satisfy the desire of the  public for furniture made of old and  fancy woods. They can transform  whltewood into all kinds of exotic  woods by means of chemicals, and a'  chemist would be surprised if he were  to have the run of one of those factories for a day.  The manufacture of "old" oak Is one  of tbe easiest of their processes. The  boards^ moldings, panels or whatever,  pieces are required are made "of oak  which has just had time to dry suffl-'  clently to prevent excessive warping.  They are then placed in a dark room,  on the floor of which and quite close to.  the furniture to be "aged," are placed  several bowls, plates and so forth, of  liquid ammonia. The room Is then her-,  metlcally closed up, and_ the wood ls  left for a month or so, according to the  age which Is required. The coloration  will extend to a depth of nearly a  quarter of an inch if the room is kept  closed for a few months.  That is why there is so much old oak  furniture about Of course, a little re-  flectlon-would-show-that-lt-could-not  be genuine���the forests of tho middle  ages would not have furnished one-half  of it���but people do not always reflect  ���London Graphic.  A Bird Performer.  Canaries and other tame birds arc  sometimes taught to perform tricks,  but It always has been regarded almost  an Impossibility to train a wild bird.  Andrew Hume, the famous Scotch bird  lover, trained one of tho wildest of  Scotch' birds to perform all sorts of  remarkable tricks���to Jump and keep  time with the skipping rdpe, to 'perform on the slack and tight rope, climb  an upright rope, stand on top of a running carriage, draw cards "out''"of a  box, mount a ladder and ring a bell,  go round a* wheeling stair step hy  step and fly to its owner's bead when  called uron. *   -  Fame and  Fortune.  "That young physician Is working  hard."  "Yes," answered the veteran pracll  tloner. "He Is on the track of a dls  covcry that will mean fame and for  tune. He Is trying to Invent a new  name tbat will make some old ailment  fashionable."  -Careful 'Johr-r Bull: t; .*    ~ ���"'������.'r^  Enormous sums of money "are, ffe-' / *  quently expended ,by various' Govern-' ���"���.*  ments to rectify errors,^ often appar-"'*  ently    ivial.* in" Government printing. -'���*���  Britain seldom has to rut "up "with ^, ,  such losses,,but on the continent arid-V^,"  in   America_  carelessness  or^wanton-'' "\ ���  ness   in   misprinting   money orders,' - '^-f  telegraph f-rms,    nd bank-notes had -I'V'-M  led to serious'loss.  "     '  "   '      .   * V;X^,ll  The Kaiser's interference in all'mat- "*,)"'  ters of art has  cost the. Fatherland' iii  heavy losses.  One of his',��rst acts;r.s ''">-1  sovereign was tok show-Ms subordin- *"v,*-1  ates how tbe Imperial arms,should^he 2^//1  printed.   After many'thousand forms v>?l  and  documents  had "been? impressed '.:ij!��i  with   these   armsr a   high, -.-authority \�� "J,t-  pro'ved tn" His. Majesty- that the tnew*^ -"<���  design*, was -not .only wrong,* -but 'also Z' ~~jr\  humiliating to himself.- Fifteen hnn-"'"V   |  dred   pounds', worth  of*'~apers were.,'*!  promptb. * reduce."., to ashes. /'" -*--, ~ >*'"  In  another, case   the- STaiser" sub-   '^  edited the-Geiman money,,order form^-  in such a way that the-public could";  not make head or tail of-it."Finally  tbe  new  form   bad  to  be  call<**d' in,.J;  and, along wiih thousands of unissu-'^ <  ed copies, destroyed, j"'^-^   '.'__'��� --^*-*  The United States,, tome, years "ago"'1;-'  destroyed '4,000,000 - telegraph- formsh-A "Cl  owing to the misspelling of-a'single ~''  word., ,,-  ' 'i   *' -   -   "/      ���"������';*  '   -    "   .      ���; : ��� ���   ���:        j-     - ,��   r'\  Bridal  WreOtlS.   ,"'.. ���*-_"' /  The bridal wreath Is usually formed'^,  In  Germany  of   nyrtle  branches;  In; *:  France and England, of orange bios-  ^  soms; ln Ita'y and French Switzerland, ���*,  of white roses; tn Spain, of red rosea,  and pinks; ln the islands of Greece,* of  vine leaves; In Bohemia, .of rosemary;  In German Switzerland, of a crown of   -  . ��l,.A..al    AlUWer3. r -  You  cannot  b3  happy ��� while- you t*  have  corns.    Then  do  not delay  in  getting a bottle of Holloway's   Corn  Cure.    It removes all kinds of- corns-  without pain.   Failure with it is unknown.    '  Lemotia.  Before grating lemons It Is well to *  wash  them  lu  a  basin  of  lukewarm  water, for on examination It will be .  found that the outside of a lemon Is  anything but clean, and If put under a*~  microscope   It  will   be. discovered   to  have tiny black specks on It, which are *  the minute etrgs of an In^^ct  lispeosabte in Winter.  There's a need in every home for  Gray's Syrup of Red Sprog  A few doses, at the first sign of a cold, will allay all throat N^  irritation���take away hoarseness���check the Inflammation���  Strengthen the lungs���ward off the cough.  All the healing, soothing, curative properties of Canadian Spruce  Omn���comMned with aromatic*.   Pleasant to take.   35 cts. bottle.  Sir  nicliard  Burton'*  Triumlntlor.  ol  the Talea.  "The Arabian N'lghts"  was first introduced to Europe by a Frenchman  named Gulhind, and the iiist English  versions  were simply  translations of  his.   Then a Dr. Scott gave a very superior edition, "occasionally corrected  trom the Arabic"    ln 1830, however,  appeared an English translation entire  ly Irom the Arabic, with copious noted  and Illustrations.   It was Edward Wil  liam Lime's, a gentleman whose long  residence In Egypt had tully qualified  him  for  his  work.    This  translation  may be said to have held the field 1111  til the appearance of oue by Sir Rich  ard Burton.   Sir Rlcburd was a during  and successful traveler, who had a re  markable facility In acquiring eastern  languages.    He performed a pilgrimage to Mecca disguised as a pilgrim, a  feat as difficult as'it was daring.    In  1872 he was appointed to the post of  British   consul   at   Trie'st.     Here   he  applied  bis knowledge  of Arabic  to  making a faithful translation of "The  Arablau Nights Entertainments," sup  plementlng his work with copious notes  and terminal essays which have, been  called a mine of curious and diverting  Information.   Its publication caused a  greet sensation.    Details were freely  given that had previously been sup  pressed. But the accuracy of the trans  latlon  as a  whole was  candidly  ac  knowledged, and Burton may be cred  Ited with having made Into the English language the finest translation ol  these wonderful Arabian tales.���London Answers. '  Made It Even.  Curran, when master of the rolls  in Ireland, was going one day to a  levee at the castle. '���Shere was a gieat  pi ess of cairiuges, when all at once  lie was startled by the pole of the carnage which followed him Clashing  thiougli the back ot his. lie hastily  put bis bead out of the window, r-iy-  uip to his coachman: "Stop,stop1 The  pole of (lie caiiinge behind is dnven  into us" "Aiiah, Iben, it's nil npht  l^iin, your honor." said Pat, "foi  l\e just duiv mj. pole'into the car  iajtc befoie."  Shoe Buckles.  When Evander Berry Wall, king of  tho dudes for twelve years and really  the most Inconspicuous man about  town, because ho was homely of face  and a very bad dresser, besides being  rather short and blotchy, undertook to  reintroduce shoe buckles ho made his  first big failure as tho sartorial dictator of our "Jeunesse doree." I think  It was poor Al Claggctt who said:  "Why, Berry, you make a fool of yourself. Shoe buckles go with long stockings and kneo pants. You can't wear  'cm with socks and trousers. They Interfere with the set of tho trousers  around the feet Then, of course,  you've got to bave a low quartered  shoe. Gut lt out, Berry, cut lt out"  Wall   Immediately   quit -  Rhinoceros Horn.  The horn of the rhinoceros does not  glow from the bone, but ls a mere ex  crescence of the skin, like *ihe hair aud  nails. It can be separated from the  skin by the use of a sharp knife.  Drntn Colin.  About the year 1708 the beats and  calls of the drum used in the service  were put Into a permanent shape. The  "tnttooror bear~of"the"drunrcaliinjrsoi-  dlcrs to their quarters at night, was  once called "tap too," from the Dutch  word signifying, "No more dilnk to  be tapped or sold."  The llan-k ot Valentine:  The blessing of Palestine is a small  falcon, or hawk, which destroys the  Held mice. Were the hawks exterminated the human population would be  obliged to abandon the country.  I  When the  Hair Falls  Stop it! And why not? Falling hair is a disease, �� regular  disease; and Ayer's Hair Vigor, J  as made from our new improved formula, quickly and  completely destroys tbat disease. The hair stops falling  out, grows more rapidly, and  all dandruff disappears.  Doa not change ihe color of the hair.  -Tormula vlthcaeh bottla  ���      Show lt to j��u��  ��� doctor  Ask him abo-atlt.  than do u &��� MT��  The little book in each ptckage gives  the formula of our new Hair Vigor, tells  why each ingredient is used, and explains many other interesting things.  After reading you will know why this new  hair preparation docs its work so well.  ��-Mj��^-ayUi��J.a4j-aC^I<woU.M*��5*k*--5*  Wearlna Gla����e��  Wearing glasses need not be permanent If the first hint of derangement  ln the eyes ls heeded a short time  spent under the direction of an oculist  will safely tide over the dlfllculty. It  ls most restful to close the eyes frequently for a few minutes. This rest  does them great good. Particularly  should this be done ln trains and street  cars. Many a headache and smarting  pain may thus be saved. Traveling ln  public conveyances Is exceedingly  hard on the eyes, even for those tbat  are strong and perfect The gaze  should be confined to the Interior of the  car. Looking out of the windows to  the rapidly changing scenery ls a  great strain.  MtTALLIC  METALLIC ROdfFlKCa G?  ���'.-���  I.IMITCQ -.* :���. .-���   ..  Mf  -J*  PERFE���tI0ti3  fc;';*f    MCC***:* BIS-MTii KN&>->' r?  ���**;(.' ���'.'��������������� iM-t-rTi't' ���-.'i.'.i ���.-  No Reffreta.  "Hello, old man. Haven't seen anything of you since you got married.  How goes lt?"  "Thanks, fairly well. But marriage  is a costly Job! If you only knew what  the dressmakers cbargel"  "So I suppose you regret lt?"  "Oh, no.   1 married a dressmaker."  The*/d Be Grateful. ���> |  "I have never taken the trouble to j  trace my ancestry." 1  "Well, if your ancestors could speak |  they would probably thank you  for  that." ��� I  Winter make* no change in  Mooney'* Perfection Cream  Sodas.  Mooney private cari bring  these dainty biscuits to all points  throughout the Northwest���in  order to make sure that you  get them fresh and crisp from  the ovens. m  Tbe tttly firm lit Canada  ef trating Private Friight Cars.  The noblest motive is the public good.  -Vinrll.  PASTOR AND PEOPLE  -      PRAISE  (rBOH0UNCtD_SiTKEErv  A Marvellous and Triumphant Reccrd  of Victory Over Disease.  No medicine bu ever effected as largo  a number of wonderful and almost marvellous cures as Psychine. It has had one  continuous record of victories over disoaa-  m of the throat, cheat, lungs and itomaeh.  Where doctors have pronounced csuea  incurable from consumption and ether  wasting diaeases Psychine atepe in and  rescues numbeilesa people even from the  very verge of the grave. Cousha, Colds.  Catarrh, Bronchitis, Chills, NightSweate,  La Grippe, -Pneumonia, and other like  troubles, all ef which are forerunners of.  Consumption, yield quickly to the curative powers of Peychino.  Mra. Campbell, oue of the many cored,  makes the following statement:  I cannot refrain from ulllnr all who raff-ia  of mj rtmarkiblt r#coTerj with Pivuhlna. Is  April, 1M2,1 caught a hear55- cold which aetUad  on UT lunei and trrtduallT led to conjumpHon.  t could not sltap, wu -rublsot to night ���*�����&  mj lungi were ��6 dlicuad, faj 4ootor conatdarod  ma Incurable. k��r. Mr. ttahaffr, Port tlirla  Preabyterlan Church, rccpmmeBdad Dr. fllooum'a  Pirchlne to ma, when t wu It-ring la Ontario.  After unlng Piychlne for a (hart rime I at* aad  alept well, Uie night rweat* and cough ceuad.  WonUia ����o I (topped taking P��r<*h!na, u I waa  perfectly restored to health and to-dar I nevar  felt better la mj life Pajohlna has been a godsend to me. lias. Andbbw Campsbi l,  Cottonwood, *.W.-r.  PSYCHINE never disappoints.  P8YCHINE haa no substitute.  There is no other medicine "Jtutu  f-ood."  At all daal-M-s. gee, una S1.00 par battta.  If net writ* te  BR. T. L SLOCUN, Umttrt, 171 Of St W, T0RHT9  Dr. Root's Kidney Pills are a sure  and permanent cure for Rheumatism  Bright'* Disease, Pain in the Back and  ell forms of Kidney Trouble.   25c per  box, at all dealers.  ���  can I ever do my work)  when my muaolea arc all  Inflamed with RheumatiamT  Johnson's ,  jbioijynefininient  Rubbed on Briskly  will remore the inflammation, limber up tbe I  muaclea. and make you good aa new.     I  33c , thr�� times a* much 30c.   All dealera. I  I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boaton, Uaaa.  W.    N.    U.    No. 621 THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  <*t-*T&Jt>*Vm**3S*m~c  THE 11IS LEADER.  ^Published in, the interest of tbe people  of 5-loyie and East. Kootenay.  \?. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  ENIOH  T, A It Eli  HAT2* OT JUB-fCiUrT'OM.  Quo Yea��*....v - .'.f-2.00  [3A.TURDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1907.  Today will tell tlie tale.  Vote early, h^t aot often,  -rf-~������--���r '  It has been a strenuous campaign.  Ti.o backbone of winter is broken?  The smoke of b-ittle will soon clear  ' , .-. n i       > .  away.   ����_   Vote    for   Harvey   and' continued  prosperity.   ^   Harvey beads tbe ticket and be will  also bead [.he pull.  ���5   ��^^   A. carload  of coal  came  to Moyie  j,h;s week and everybody smiled,  A   KOHAL.  I or.oc knew a dear little mother  V. ith u beautiful Mue-ojcrt boy.  She constAntly bathed und brushed him, *  And'wKcn he had tire-5 of toy  Sho would tatft it nud scftld it ad .-crape it  Aud lay itawfty in ll".* piiu:  Aiid that In the way ��ho took care of  HUplay thi.i[;ii.'every one. '  Tent up^tn hla own litlo playhouse  Tlio tally Brew pvake.l aud pale,  And there were the uciKhbora children  * All dirty and" happy and hale.  II tho baby Want out for an airing  The nurse win to uiuler.stand  Unit none cf 'tne.iiciBhbore' children  Was'ever to touch his liarfa.  Bal they did, and thcirjurcd mother  Brought the dear babv insldo  And shut him up'ln his. playhouse,  When, the l'lttlo one fretted and die 1.  Then the torn hcirt turned to the Virgin  Aud this was 'the weight of her prayer:  "Oh, Mother dear, dou't let hlinplay with  The othvr angels up there."  ���Cy WaeaicN  I. 0. O. F.  WiXatsj IiOdC-B No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evening-- in McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A.. MacFaki.ane,  Noble Gr.tnd.  F. J. Smyth,  Secr'y.  St. Eocene "Lodge tin. 37.  k. of p.  Meets eysry Thursday  vening    in   l^IcGregor  Mall at 8 o'clock.   Vis-  iiing brothers invited.  C.' A. "f'ooTK, G. W. Orchard,  Clmncellor Cora. K. JR. and S.  Even Joe Martin is disgusted with  the Liberal party and says be will vote  ���".he Conservative ticket this- time.  ���-���������<   Do you know why.ex-attornpy-  general Charles Wilson is running  in Cariboo?���Nelson News.  . Yob. to be elected; -.'-..  H.irvcy   hit not  mado   an enemy  during the cn.mpj.gn, but he has added  many friends and-supporters  to hie  list, ,  >��. . ���      <  Over at Grand Forks theothernight  Martin Burrell   struck   the   keynote  when he said: "Take away Mclnnes'  lung power and you have notbjngleft."  Common "Cold*-we   tlie   Cause- of Many  Surious Disease.  Pliysicians ��� who have gained a  national reputatiou as analysts ol the  cati.-e of various diseases, cl-tim that if  catching cold could be avoided a long  list of dangerous ailments would never  be heard of. Every qne knows thai  pneumonia and consumption originate  from a cold, and chronic catanh, bronchitis, and all throat and lung trouble  are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh at tuck. Do not  ruk your life or t.ake chances when  you have a cold. Chamberlainls  Cough Remedy will euro it before  these diseases develop. This remedy  contains no opium, nvirphiue or other  harmful drug and tyw thirty yuars of  reputation bacfrof it, gained by its  cures under every condition. Fur sale  by the S��oyid Dmg & Stationery Co.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 VV. F, of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  nre cordially invited to attend.  Jas.  JRo-f-ERTS,  Secretary  \  I.  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of      ���:  Table Boajed.  Sujnmers & Thoz^pso-Dt.  PROPRIETORS.  A, L   MflLOP  MAKKKTS  In   all  the   Principal  Cities and   Tcngrns  in  British Columbia.  MOYIE, B. C.  P. BURNS I 60  WBOf,gSAI.B AHU   RET All.  MEAT    MERCHANTS  ��� Fresh ***,nd Cured Meats, Fresh  FiBh, Game ana Poultry. We  supply only the best. Your  trade solicited.  -~9~-  J. L. Gibbous,  President.  ASS AYBB ��  MOYIEAERTE.NO. 856  NOTICE.  r*p,t'ICE Imljorcby Rivon thet, 30 days after  daft! Tin tend to apply to the Honorablo Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  ltccn.-'u to out aud carry away timber from the  folio wine described lands, situate Iu East  Kootuiiay, to wit:���Comuientiiiif at a post  'plautcil on the North Eflit banlc of the North  West Fork of the Ell: River ahovo the Canyon  and jituite near the Northern Boundary of V.  Podbiellnu-lk's coal* claim, thence East 40  ch-iin5*. thence North, GO chains, thence Wt-st  80 chiiins, thence East'4i>'chciii3 to point of  commencement.  Dated the 16th day ol January, 1907  A.J. KARQUHAU93 N"  The general fooling at Trail is that  John Houston will not be an issue  worth-mentioning in the Ymir election, and . that Jim Scbofield has a  practical certainty of the election.  4 vote for Harvey is a vote for Harvey  and" the McBride government. 'It is  no more a vote for Kelly or Hawthornthwaite than it ia for I)r. King', and all  argument to the contrary is* (.he rank-  ' efjjt }-ind of tqmmyrot.  -*��v��-  - -Eemc'mber a vote for Macdonald and  , tue Liberals meanB a vote of fifteen  inilliou acres of British Columbia land  to the grand Trunk Pacific Railway as  ��r free gift forever. Don't lorgot that  "when you cast your vote on the 2nd  c.f February.���-The Week.  -NOTICE.  NOTICE in ht-reby f-ivsn that SO days' after  fa\e, I Intend to qppiy to tho Honourable Commissioner of Lands aud*- Works for a special  license to cut aud carry away timber from tho  following described lauds situate in East  Kooteuay, to wit:���Co'mmcnciaj5;' at a post  plantea about one mile South of Lizard Creek  and one mile and a half West of llie^Crow's  Nest Southern Railway,' thence WeBt 80 chains,  thence South 80 ���jhalu5*, thence Ba.st 80 chaina,  thenco North 80-cheinfl to point of commencement,  Dated the 26th day of January 1907. ,  A. D. MACDONALD  by A. J. KARQUIIAUSON. Agent.  Meet's third Monday c-i such' month  in McGregor ilall. '   - '  F. J. SMYTH, J. H- HA.WKE.  Worthy PreB. Worthy Secr'y.  1   '��� **^*  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonald.  Barristers ' Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,  B. C.  W. F  GURD,  .   BARRISTER, SOIiICITOK, KTO.  CRANBROOK. B. C  C. H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. F. B. MILES,  Granhrook, - B, C.  Cliureli Se rrlces.  ,    ,   ..    I I! ��    "  ruESBYTuniAN���-In the Qddfellnws  Hall. Sundny School at 3 p, m. Evening    service   at   8.  Everyone welcome.  G. II. FINLAY, .Pastor.  "   METir-onw-f-���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening servioe at 7:30 o'clock.  Everyone welcome.  X. SOWERBUTTS, Pastor. '  ' The Cranbrook Herald is^-out with  another extra edition. It was printed  and circulated with the sole object- of  slandering and yillifying J. 4. "Harvey  and Thos." Kelly.    Tbe editor of the  "Heraldshould be"tlie"last man in~"thiB  ��� ���     1   -    - ��� 1     .-<  ^ampaign to harp on unfair or dirty  tactics.  ���8corea of Liberals this election will  vote to sustain ibe~ McBride government on pmely busincES grounds.  They realise that it would bo tletri-  mintal to tho interests of tho Province  ������Jo have a ckango of Government ���yhen  iBVorything is in the full swing of prosperity, and they deprecate Etdunil in-  ueference in local afTnirs.  Rossland Winter. Carnival-  Subsribe  1  for  the T-^  Moyie Leader.  George H. Thompson,  -  * Baeristrr,' Solicitor, No  tary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK.    . British Colu&'-bu,  W, R. BEATTY  ������ ^  Embalmer and Undertalf^s;,  Phone 89.        ' CRANBROOK.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000,    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager -    ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manajref  BANK MONEY ORDERS  183UED AT THE FOLLOWINQ BATC8:  $5 and under     3 cents  -'        Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  ' !!   $10       '.'. "-       $30-..::..  10 cents     \ !  ���* '.'���   $30       " ". $50..:....   IS cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office ip Canada of a Chartered Sink   *  (Yukon excepted)',' and at the principal banking;, points in the United Statfctt.  MBOOTIAl-LB AT A PIJCHD RAT�� AT  TIIE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, EWft  They form an excsllent method of remitting small Bums of money wlt^ %^j^f  and, (jt small coat. ---   " *������*���.    ":���  CRANBROOK BRANCH. F. C. WALPftl -iGfj  f..          '���,JL.        '" ' '"���'       ^ '''  pTfT-^���^nwn-^i-rti-iri      ~m^  ������iwhihhm ��������������������� ni^^Hxsci -. ���*���wm ��� U ^^^  . "VyHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. H. pyi&LiXj, Mano-ter.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and  first class Bample rooms.  E.G. GWYPE  ���  Cigara,        Tobacco, Confctionery  Fruits, Etc  FARRELL BLOCK,  "^msi"^^  BEAUTT.1S PRESERVED  by careful caro of the teeth.   This  is  always pc*aaibla when   you   have   the  right kind ot  TOOTH BKUSHES AND  DENTIFRICES.  You,find them here. Won?t you kindly step in and select what you want  to do you for the beginning of 1907?  All ihe leading tootb waBhea and powders are to be had. Our own make ie  always superior.   Try it. ���  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  O. F. DESAULNIER  -    - *   : .*f>. - .  ' DKALEE' fij  PROMPT  DELIVERY  Queen s' A^e.     MOYIE  BUY YOUR  Cigars,  Tobaccos.  J^irxiit o-xxdL  FROM  A. B. Stewart & Co.  Agent  for   Crows'  Nest  Steam Laundry.  J. T. MARION  UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER  Late cf the New Eng'andUn'erta-kin^  Parlors; Spokane, Wash.  CRANBROOK,.  B  \  THE-  DB8AOI.NIKK BROS,   Frop��.  Large sample room- ift connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  _ Headquarters fo.r   Gor*-*,-  . mercial and Mining Men.  ��� Queens avenue,  movie, b. o  Wm. Jewell  Express and Gener-  al   Belivery   Busi-  noaet  T si-XT afrr    onrl  SEE  FARRELl & SMYTH  tor  Feed Stable.  J0b  WORK  Feb. 12th���lGtb.  Tbe Canadian Pacific Railway announce an excursion rate of fare and  one third for the round tiip for the  above event from Revehto^c, Fernie  and all intermediate and branch line  points, Tickets on sale Feb. 11th to  ^6tb, good to return till Feb. 18th.  A Uablt   to Ue  Encoiu-n-jcd.  i    -        *'  The mother who has  acquired  the  habit of keeping on band a bottle of  Chamberlain's Cough i^bmedi', saves  herself a great amount of uneu'-iuesB  aud anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup,  to which children arc susceptible are  ���juickly cured by its use. It counteracts any tendency of a colJ to result in  pneumonia, and if giveu as soon as  the first symptoms of croup appear, il  will prevent tho attack, Thia rcmody  ���jKrataias nothing injurious and  ���mothers give it to littlo ones with a  feeling of p.irftct security. Bold by  ih*5*- Moyie K^ug �� SU'ionery Co.  Everything  in the printing  Line at the  MOYIE  Leave Orders at  GWynne's Store.  British Columbia.  :PtN*wii)i  Excursion  Rates  ROSSLAND  WINTER  CARNIVAL  Fire Insurance,  Real Estate,  Collections,  i. -*-  Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores  LIMITED.  ij-r  v '  SKAr  4  *V Don't forget that our stock in this line is cofriplete'  ft        and also Hockey Sticks, Pqcks, Etc.  (|n The season is now here and you should be* prepared  for it.  . D. McBRIDE,  CRANBROOK.  ''4*r, ���***�������� ^is&fiSi s-i^j^ (Zi&z-j&t  ht?V'fftola^^a>5J51^-fta>a>5afcaN'afca>*>-a-��T*lC*tfV  n cruraP9 VSVVSVif?^???? v\^^^&&&T&*if7P&T? &&W& 9999 9999 -9999 &W 9*9 V9 VqP  MOYIE    HOTEL  ���  P. F.. J0EMS20M  Victoria Street.  Moyie.  ^2^lf^^S2l^0^2S^^S^2K��i^;^^^^^^  r\  ���r-v ���  ���v *���  ri  A  \i   .  rV  U  JL  .    ^  LI  FARE AND ONE TEflRD.  FOR RQUND, TRIP.  From Revelstoke, Fernie and  all  intermediate and branch line  points.  ON SALE                       " LIMIT  Feb. 11th to 16ih.     *��� Feb. 18tb.  For detailed information apply   to  local agents.  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 3 CARTKR,  Dlit, Pasn. Ajt.  Nelbon,  Z. J. COTI-B,'  Ast't Qenl. Fan, Act  Vancouver,  ���paw  PREST PHOTO CO.  CVXXBn.QOX. AUD  MoYIB.  HA.VE A LOOK  little one at what*** going to happen in  ll)07 a'- this tailoring establishment  You'll see men and youths come and  go, and all for what?  FOR MADE  TO, ORDER  8UITS  ��  and that'8,all. Nothing worries them  after we send home their suit tailored  hero. It's O, K. every time. O. K.  in fii, style and price. Commence  ibe-New Year t>y buying a suit.  C. A. FOOTE  St.  Joseph's  Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  Joard,ing and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, l^eleon  B. O. ' Commercial and, business  courses a specialty, ' Excellence and  swift progress characterize each department. Parents should write f-or  particulars. One month assures the  public of the" thoroughness of the"  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  comnunce January, A-p,ril and' Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term-  This Hotel is New and well Furnished. The  Tables are Supplied with the Best th&  MarKet affords. The Bar is Fi}led with  the Best grands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  . AND MINING MEK  MO*jriK ��� - - ��� ��� BRITISH COLUMBIA    ���  ��*S5S���5e**ee G.GGGG.GG$.GGGGGCC(i9&9$CV.Ge95$%��&7*99999G^4qr*��  . As iruida by the present brewer is  admittedly   the  Best Beer in East Kootenay. \Vith tbe Best Malt and  tlie Purert Spring Water it is *anexoelled /or qa&lity.  Insist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer,  MOYIE,  B. C  NOTICE..  IN THE MATTER of tho Coro-Miilcs  Act 1397 and tho amending Acts, and  lu   the matter of The'^laek-MneKay  Mining Company,  Limit-id   nsn-pcr-  ''Bonal liability.  NOTICE is hereby gjiven  that three months  alter the 5th, day of December 1906, The Bluck-  Mackay Mininj5; Company Limited^ uou-persou-  al liability will apply to  tho Lieiitenaat  Governor for an order'in Coi-ncll changing   tu  name to the Cambrian Mining Company Limit  ed non-personal liability.  Dated the 38th day oi November 1906  E. A. CREASE,  *    Solicitor for the'said C oroi any.  JIJLKte MVELLEB,?ro|��rietor,  - MOYIE, ?, C,


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