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The Moyie Leader Mar 16, 1907

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 Eyes carefully  tested;"'  - A proper fit guaranteed'.'���>  . 'WILSON, Optician."'' "  r *    -      . -,*���*���-��� >'vW-^S  VOL. 9, NO: 49.;  -��  *> -. (  MOYlEi B; C    MARCH 16.  '<��� ''.-''i^-ffi  iV'i-aSw  ��<*VI.WJ  .^*'-.<M  .,'jf>H7rre?I*  -^  attfenlitiii  ^US.'5/"-^.^ ..  ����\vclei\V >$*|1  RA��  Where There Is an "  Absence of Progress,  i,      '!    the bacilli* of .decay is   sure   to.be  ,   "-' '* present, forSvithout growth there can  v   '" be no progress,,'' Growth-Js - progress.  .-. -  The'store that does not-expand  in  ���   .stocks and patronage,'"must be -contracting.' There, can"-be no   "stand  . ,��� still/' in the wide-awake,   go-ahead  present.'  W�� ARE PROGRESSING.  - Our - stock -of spring  goods   is  larger trijan ever. " ��� \  R.GAiWPBBLL&CO  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  * Easter Sunday  March 31st." .,  tbis year falls 'on  All drug stores - in   Vancouver  olosed tight on Sunday.'  are  The Seattle Times will issue a morning edition after April 2nd.  *&  :\   are-today the best stocks t# invest in.  Iatcrnatio.narCoal&Ookai       V        AlbdrtaGoal & Coke,  Nicola' Coal & Coke,'' .���     .     . B. 0. Amalgamated. - '   -  - ' i     . . ���* r -  Wire,or Write.  Beale &ElweU;  :   'MOYIE,B.C,  NEXTYEAR    ,  IN MOYIE  CRANBROOK  '<<)ld Homestead"  ���,:'--.-".'. \-     BRAND  '"'-*"' ;'   -V., .  .-    ', .      ( S.     -     .-       - *"       j   -        .-     V    -  '�� *r*-~---^rfi  - Has stood" the test and is still the Best.,on  the-  Market. ,;���" . ���  ";'-���-- ���-'    ':   -   '   Try-Some.'-      '   *   -    V"  PITCH'S.  , Tbe new ambulance in Cranbrook is  now being used whenever the occasion  requires.     *       '  .The lid is on at Craubrook and- all  gambling games have been abut dewn.  Cecil Frest of Crandrook is preqar-  ing to open .a hiueware store at Virden,  Manitoba. __  Lawyer Delmas, of California, is  paidafeeof $100,000 lor defending  Harry Thaw., '  Half a .million dollar*) will be expanded in the C. P, R. shops, in Winnipeg  during the season of 1907.  It is estimated tbat at least 60,000  men will be required by railway contractors tbis spring. This means high  wate.a. .  Fifty thousand children work in the  liztile mills of the South. Tbe average  life of the Wild after il enters tho- mill  is four years.    "   The annual convention of the Western Federation of Miners will be held  Ibis year at Denver,  Colorado,  cpmr  mencing on Monday, June #)tb.  J.     /���   ,.  John Alexander Dowie, gelfrStyled  ���/Elijah the Restorer," and recently  desposed bead of tho Christian Cathor  lie church in Ziou, and of Ziou tCity,  is dead, ���    Greenwood Miners' Union, at Us  last meeting, voted $1,000 towards the  defense of Morer, HaywooxJ and Pettibone, making in "all $1,5Q0 voted by  the union for that 'purpose.  , , i -r- * v.*  W..W. Bac-r, fonder, jjdjtor of the  Nelson Daily Canadian, bas left for  Victoria, where, it is understood, he is.  to take a'poeition on the Victoria Colonist. R. J. Clark is now editing tho  Canadian. -  ,���  ; WhenMrs.-W.iAvClark,.wile of tbe  Montana s&nator, -entertain5* in their  Massachusetts avenue home sbo - givos  her guests a genuine treat ~tn a harp  recital. She is a cultered musician,  especially gifted on the harp.  . Nicholas Longwortb, tbe president's  son-in-Uw, wears only English-made  cloHies. He stocked up on his wod-  ding tour with a large*assortment of  London eoods, t-*hioh are tbe envy of  his fellow associates in oongresa, "'  Associated     Boards  So Decide.  WILL IDVERTISE TOWN  Good wofk Done By Campbell  and   Kamm,     Movie's  ���  * V*   ,    v v  , Representatives.  LOCAL NEWS.  rsr?  -,-/        ',       MOYIE'S.'LEADING-'HOTEL.       ,'   ,    ;        %  rr*L_  Billiard Rooms.  for thp Traveling Public.  .Large and Commodious Sample Booms.  ;- -/.;.- MpTAVISH & CAiyiERQM P^prietors. "|  '    '   " "   "*   "    *.' , ,    -.     '   ���        jj  arartp Jii- /��r75yr-*^rTcv*{j\ W WW z^^-A1**-*-*}? ���zjST{i.,/}r��{)S' ^>rw~WW ^  i> TY . "*��� *        ���. . i '       , ��� . t  DON'T PQR0ET  .Thar20TH iCENTHRY BRAND Men*s Fine;T^lpred Garments-  ���"��� th'e.vQ|:y make, of plfitjj.es t};at all Lhe,b'est;dre;sse4 travellers  k -Vveax,1 the clqthes that fire w'prn by thousands qf young men  .in Toronto, ^qi^tr^al, "Vfinnipeg and; ^11 the leading Cities,  can be qbtaine4 right Kerp.'.' Pqzeha of pattern? |q .cliqose  ^r'om-Vgreat style, great f|t, moderate price.  ..\.;':i...E-i'-'-A-*.':-  '    '    " -THE-   LEARINCi   LADIES! ANE> MEAT'S . FURNISHER.  ,��� S   '   t"     '   �� '   ' . .* ' i  rim.',.   .     -  "   .   ui   u'.       '-,;*. yi>..,l.L'. ��������   A">'5"- , " ".*'  The Northprn Pacific Railway company is equipping its freight qars with  a new invention in air brake'equip*  ment tbat will mean the hauling of 75  or 100 car trains instead of 5Q or 60  car trains, as ba8 been the limit, states  a Tacoma .report.  The ." following '_ telegram j  was received . this morning  from R. Campbell, president  of the Moyie Board of Trade,  who was "attending the convention of " the Associated  Boards:-"'-. . .' -    "'   .  Greenwood, Mar, 16.  Editor Leader,  ; Moyie,  Boards of Trade convention will sit in  Moyte jjiext year.   v  '<?'[} K Campbell.  "il . ���     -   -  It vill 'be ������ seou\ by the  abQyethat Messrs. -CampbelL  anfi Kamm have not been allowing the .grass - to, grow  under their feet whijQ r*opre-  3Qhting't|ie Moyie board at  Greenwood.* They ai'o/'desefv,-  ing" of "'congratulation fqr  their goo-ii work. The meeting of the] "Associated Boards  here-next year-will be a good  advertisement fqr the town;  and the people here --will se$  to. it that the visitors arc fittingly entertained.     ' - - .  Moving  to   Afacleqcf,  Ed. Walshe"took his departure to?  day fa;: M.icleod, Alberta, where he  will join his family and settle down on  bis farm, which is situated about three  miles from that place. Mr. 'Vyalshe  has been aresidpnt of-Moyie for the  past seven years, during wbicb '.Mfpe  he held a responsible position at the  St. Eugene mine. He has been an est-  pellent oitizen and the people of the  town regret his departure.  Miss Holt left TiTsdayf r' Phoenix;  . *- i.  .     - ,..  Ed. LiBonte left this.weekfbi  Tol-  opah. -,,.-���  Pete McKinnou waa over to Nelson  this week.       ,  -  f- James Park was in tbw'nf for   a   few  hours Tuewdcy.     l" ' .' ��  Geo. Powell was up from CrVnbrook  the first of the week.  Father Choint-1 held services in the  Catholic church last Sunday.   ' _ -  House'for rent.   Apply to *Farrell<t  Smyth. x  5 ' - 'i'  Jerry Driscoll wput.to   the hospital  VVednesday.  .A" daughter was born   to   Mr.  and  Mra. D. J. tinier Tlmraday afternoon,  March 14th,  There will be a dance at Creston  next Monday evening, Maroh 18tb.  Mrs. A. C. Cook came up fiom Ryan  Wednesday and is visiting with Mrs.  JR.-'Umxipbell. \ * *  "Billy" Williamson and R. -Temby  are working in tbe mines near Gem,  Idaho.   ' * :     -'���  -  ,- W.^ P. Bromley, Moyie's popular  jeweler, is ablo to be around after a  few day's illness.    v  A force of  carpenters   are   now   at  work erecting a hotel for D.J.' Elmer  at King'gate.r : . '*  - Mrs. A.  Peacbey,   dressmaker and  costumier.   Care Mrs. A. C, Clarke.  Glen Campbell who is now living in  Fernie, passed through Moyie Thursday ou his way to the coast. ' *-."���- *  Putiick Welch and Peter Conroy,  two oldtimen- in tbe camp, came over  from Rossland tins week.  Mrs. A. P. Macdonald and mother,  Mrs. Manning, opent most ot the week  at Nelson. Tbey returned home yesterday. ���  .  '.'W. F.Tate'-fc Son, tho Cranbrook  jewelers, haye a nice display of statuettes and electroiters lor electric light  decorations.  R. Campbell and E. 0,,K*tmm were  over at Greenwood this week attending  the meeting of the Aasociited Boards  of Trade.   They are expected home to-  .'i5''5-*��feM*5^^  b;e;t$!��n  .filErTW0:  -ijj.  '.x&l  VI  r'l  the *"differcnce"3"is;'only: a-?,<  matter of taste - and a Jew :st  cents, in   price. 7-J Some,';,"  people prefer^Mocha,"���!<;  '; othersVJava.'= ."People4. :/<  ?"- may *, say tliat'it^a/:^  -.'. ; and coffee are-'iI6tr"-^:Y,  ..-.-��� - , - ,,-".,,-' K     -.si J  healthy "drinks.   Nonsense!   Like everything'^l'sejj^.  they are abused' by.. excess,^ . We ��� sell   tho'^purept1;!;  wholesome -kinds that you -like/ r        ��� "' :'  GROCERIES  A  ���r^-"-Cs*t5'  ' U j ���, y$?  r\ ,   v:"!  H\  Vil  ii]  m i %\  Y'ii^n^i  n  MacEachern &SMaedbriald  <Vs$::\  Up  From Kingsgate. ?v .  , Harry Dimock, collector of customs  at Kingsgate, was in Moyie for a day-  this week. Mr. Dimock and family  are now well established at Kingpgite  and-are much taken up with the place.  Quite a good sized r-ettlemeut is springing up around them and tbey.expect  to soon-bave.a school for their cluldrcn.  There is already a heavy tonnage over  the new read and considerable business  for the customs house. Mr.,- Dimock  predicts both.a he"avy freight and passenger trafll ��� as soon as through'trains  are running over that line in tbe spring.  ^TheProtestanfachool-corr.mis^iqny  ers at Montreal have deoided, tq pay  Miss Sarah Maxwell's salary to hqr  mother for the rest of tbe year. Tbe  new school is to bo called ' the Sarah  Maxwell memorial school in honor of  the victim of tbe Hoobelaga fire, who  lost her life trying to save ber pupils.  Decay In  Rossland,  -S3  "4  3*5 ij-si-yi-ly-S .���**���/��� *r,W~f W^r^WW, WWWWs <W*jr WWWWWVi  imperial Bank of Canada,    i  SAYINGS DEPARTMENT, ",'.*��  Deposits of |1.Q0 or upwards received.  There is no better inyestn*tent than a pavings  ' ���.-'   *  -" Bank "deport.  '   ���   .   t  ''' ,.Qnce opened-it growB tyjjetbey added to or   uot.  "Interest  allowed at currei*.t   r^tes  and   compounded -twice- a year. . " ,  CRANBROOE BRANCH.  .    }    -     J. F. M. P1NKHAM, Manager.  ^'���A^^i-V  '**�� t5*- it* tftr 's&Lsizste-sir s&tshU xn i-g -rf? tfe' 4^ ****?? tW ���tfa'aftiA  ' Greenwood Ledge: When a mining  camp gets old enthusiasm grows cold  and for lack *'i changing activity the  citizens oftfin fail to keep the cobwebs  trom clusterink* iu their brains. Tne  dash, bone and generosity of early d.iy*  is replaced by iheossific.il|qn produced  byoh.xugules-* monotouy. Iu Koaslind  tho minus are butter than evur- before,  but the fr-pur of .stock 'speculation is  de.id and the people plod on prospecting tor nirkles instead of dollars. As  an instunce Rm-s TliO'npsou'ii beautiful  lionie that cost iftO.OOO w.is off re*l for  $2,000 the other d.iy,wilh no takers.  Calgary  Deep,  A. L. McE|ermot qf Cranbrook b*s  now tho sole agency .of tho district fqr  Calgary beer... This beer is in every  way cqua} to that brewed and slr-ipped  by any of the larger breweties in the  United States,"and no doubt Mr. Mcr  Dt-rmot will build up a great business  with if. Mr. MoDennot was in Moyie  this week taking oru^ers.  ��m!lpox-on P.' E. \.  The Provincial Lib^ry.  Jas. Roberts, secretary of the Miners'-  union, wishes it announcpd that the  books in the. Provincial circulating  library will be given out next \Vedoesr  day evening at McGregor ball. . There  are many splendid books iu the'collecv  tion, and all interested should take ad*  yantage'of this opportunity of procurr  ing them.   Home From the East.  .   Trial AJtout ApriI -15-  ��� - ���".-',      ' >. _,.' ��� .      -. / *' ���'  It is now thought the trial of Moyor,  Haywood and Pettibone will begin  April 15, that being the date the attorneys have prsjptically p>qided upon  if it \s suitable to the court.' It is' not  yet known who wil} bear the cases but  it is thought likely '.that Judge Wood  will be palled upod.  Important Events Delayed.  Owing-to the overcrowded condition  of our'columns a number of births and  deaths are unavoidably posponed this  week,-7-Leenvill.(Mo) Light.  Mrs. (Dr ) S. K. Harvie, who spent  the greater portion of the winter in  Montreal, returned home Tuesday.  8he was aooompanied by her father,  Mr. R. H. Seabrooic, who is making a  tour of the west on pleasure and business. ' -   .  morrow. \  .. Themany-friends- of-vMrs. Conrad  will be pleased to -learn'that she . is  makipg favorable progress and seems'  on'a fair way to reuoyery from her  serious illness. '1  Reid <�� Co., of Craubrook, bave certainly exceeded any provious year in  tbeir display of millinery and ready to  wear gartnciits. You areiqvited to at  tend their,opening uexi. Tuesday, 19th,  auu f Jllowiug di^yi.  Preliminary announcement: A  musical prograin wtll be rendered in  the Methodist Church on Easter Sunday, March 31st, m cojuncti^u with  the regular seryipe.  .^oe Goupill w$s in town tbis week  rpprepsnti'ng tlje- Crow's Neit Cigar  Factory at B'ernie. Tho cigars mide  by thi*j factory are tbe-Crows Nest  Speoi*5l,-Koot6nay-Eag!o,-lIinerd'rFav���  orite aud the Duke and Ducb-Jss.  Thp Moyia'board of tra le will hold a  meeting in the Central hotel sample  rooms" next Wednesday eyening, March  2Qtb, when the report of the delegates  to tbe meeting of the Associated  Boards will be heard.  For Bdnt���,A very desirable room  for rent, over  postofT(ce.  AA'x Cbisbolm, who is in the Cranbrook hospital sufl'^riug with blood  poisoning, is improving quite rapidly,  but his right hand will probably be  crippled pernianeiitly.  F. E. Heigh, who has been spending  the wiuter in California, was here tbis  week visiting with hid brother, Cory  $eagb, who isflmp}oyed at the C.P. R.  station. Mr. Itoauh left on Tnursdny  for Tabor, where he will take charge of  the C. B. R. station.,  Reid & Co, of Craubrook, bave secured the services of ono of the most  upr-lo^date dressmakors west of the  great li*,ke6. Mrs. fyirrott qf ^ou.troal  wjtl be pleased to attend to the wants  of tbe ladies of Moyie.  A smallpox-epidemic has brokon  out on Prince Edward I-il^nd. All  sobools and places of entertainment  and other buildings in whioh gatherings are.beld ha^ebeen'oiORedl "and all  meetiflg8,of any^nature havo beon prohibited in Charjottetbwnby th-i'board  of health, as a precaution against tho  spread of the disease.       . /  Gun Club Shoot.  Only two members participated in  the gun club shoot last Thursday after*  noon, but tbey did some pretty work,  as will be seen by their score. In a  25 bird contost, A. W. Davis broke 20  and J. H. Alexander broke 18. It is  the intention of the Moyie bo} s to get  up a shoot with the Nelson club  shortly.       At St.   Joseph's School.  ^tV/^?  "-.:���;��� METAL. MARKET.  '"���* '!''��� " '1 "?..i ',_-%.'-���.-- y  . ;New York���Biir -silver, 6S.VYcents5  Lead, ^6. ,"   Y*"^"-- ��'     ,; $  London���Lead, ��20l:  ���-<:'  ��� r*~i%l  r-*v��st|  four,*; I  uniu'i^'f  Meeting of District No. ,6.  -      f     - '?���-���' ' ' '    "'-���'���-  ^r.;-'-i5iMf  ,v,. ��� ^ r���r-r-^i .^..i** i^m  Joe McLaren, presiden f, *-; and "i, J lis; || |  Roberts, secrotHry of the" Moyie Miners'&J  Union, returned last   Saturday, fro nisi  Rossland, "where they  were attt-ndiiiicjii  the regular meeting; of District' No.- 6/i  Wi'F.of M; "^There We're .27 .delegates/;  in attendance,'and .they   had   a  daysUses&iou   in   tbe";miuerd"  building.   Amongst -.he bii.-iness tran^!  soctcd was the voting of- $500   to   the>  fund for the'defense "of ^Moyer, *H:iyT',  wood and Petlibon'e.'"'A'telegram was,  alto ecnt to these men signifying thu"  belief in their innocence and   offering/'  tbem their steadfast support.    , .   '"*"  ^:^^te$W^>ynt���5��^wa8.7teu-  dered'tbe'vistiiug'-lBb-'ifatea aud tht-y-  were right royally entertained by the  Lidies' Auxiliary of the; union.. At  tno banquet between 400'and 500 wero  present. , Thero was a concert after, at  which Mayor P. II. McDonald pr- sided.  On the program were several speeches,  which were made by-"J as. Ruber Is of  Moyie, A. E Hardy of" Giand Forks,  Mr. Fulton bf Trail, --Messrs. Stewart,'  McKinnon and Forna of Roiisland,  Ernest Mills of Groenwuod aud Wm-  Davidson of Sandon.  Death of Qeo. Macdonald.  The pupils of St. Joseph's school at  Nolson-aro-cclobrating���St.���Patrick's  Pay by an Irish concert to be given in  the Opera House on Saturday night,  March lOih. Visitors aro assured of a  good right's enjoyment.  ��� ...   - ���   i ������ --i m, v*  Mteral..  "What hove you -jot in tho nbapo of  cucumbers, this morning," asked the  pustomer of the qcw grocery clerk.  ���'Nothing but bananas, ma'am"���  Everybody's.  ��� ���������mmtmmmmmmmmmmmmm���������  Unnerwerjt Operation.  Arthur Proulx, son of Napoleon  Proulx, was operated oq yesterday afternoon at Saored Heart hospital for  appendicites. Chances (or his recovery are said to be good.T-Spokcsman-  Reviow, March 12.    ,  Movjp.g to Crestoi\.  The Nelson Dairy will move to Creston, where extensive* grazing grounds  have been securod. It is the intontion  of tbe ooQ-tpany to cln'p. milk every  day to Nelson.  T.  Eaton's Will.  George Macdonald, general auditor  for P. Burns & Co.,, died in Calgary  last week after an operation for ap-  po-jdioitis.   Mr. Macdonald we a born  in Nova Scotia 34 years  ago.   In   tha  early 90'D bo was in the employ of Porter  Bros., railway contractors, later   with'  Wrenn &, Grecnough,'of Spokane.   I,i.  1895 he w<*nt to the  Slocan   and  became manager of the Noble Five group-  Two and a half years ago   he   became  Eeneral auditor for P. -Burns  &  Co..  Ho was well known to many-people in  Moyie who were onco residonts of   thu  Slocan,       Shipping Ice.  Wm. Jewell this week shipped two"  oarloadsjof ice to F. K. Hurry, the dairyman at Creston. He bas also two  cars to ship to Finch & Jones at  Marysville. Tlie ice is iu goo*' condition aud is about 20 inched iu thick..  ness,  * The will ol tho late Timothy Eaton,  bat} been filed for probate. The. estate  is valued at $2,709,000 which is left to  tbevfainily.  HAVE A LOOK  little one at what's going to happen in  1007 at this   tailoring   establishment  You'll eee men aud youths ooinc ulid  go, and all for w'hal?,  FOR MADE TO ORDER  4 SUITS  and that's all. Nothing worries (bom  after we-send homo their nuJt tailorod  here> It'a O. K. every tiAie, O. K.  in f\t, style and pnno. Commence  the New Year by buying a suit.  " Cleaning,   repairing    and  pressing dpne.  C. A. FOOTE  3��OTXE, B. Qj  HE  WATOH   REPAIRING,  As C. P. R. watch Inspectors wc are in a position to  repair your wjj-lch thoroughly  so as to make it a reliable'  timo keeper. We guarantee,  satisfaction.  Mr.  agent. .  E. A; Hill  of  Moyie is our  W. F. TATE $ SON  Jewelers and Graduate Optician*.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  OlBcial Watch Inspector for C. P>   1  Crow's i{en: Pass Division, THE LEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  IK'-'-"-  ftvftrl v nf H KOKtf mw si  ���uivi ij ui n*- ircurciffoft @  raustar  i  ��� illSKikJ** ^ii,-    Vx.       _ -,s <   --     ���'J.     -S**-.���*>���*��  fOi-intinued  From  Last Ween.)  Baron Dangloss rode beside tbe coach  until lt passed through the southern  gates and into the countryside. A  company of cavalrymen acted as escort. Tbe bright red trousers.and top  boots, with'the deep blue Jackets, reminded Beverly more tban ever of tbe  operatic figures sbe bad seen so often  at home. There was a fierce, dark cast  to the faces of these soldiers, however,  that removed any suggestion of play.  Tbe girl was ln ecstasies. Everything  about ber appealed to tbe romantic  side of ber nature.   Everything seemed  .   Two men rode up to the carriage,     j  ���o unreal and so like the story book.]  Tbe princess smiled lovingly upon th.  throngs that lined the street. There  '' was no man among them who would"  not bave laid down his life for ths  ��� gracious ruler.  "Oh, I love your loldiers," cried Beverly warmly.  ���   "Poor fellows, who knows how soon  they may be called upon to fac�� death  , ln the Dawsbergen hills?" said Yetlve,  a shadow crossing ber face.  \    Dangloss was to remain ln Ganlook  - for  several   days,   on   guard   against  manifestations by the Axphalnlans. A  corps of spies and scouts was working  with him. nnd couriers war* ready ta'  rids at a moment's notice to the castle  ln Edelweiss.- Before they parted Beverly extracted a renewal of his promise  to take good care of Baldos.,. Sbe. sent  a message to the* Injured man", deploring the fact that-she was compelled to  leave G*xnlooV-\vithout seeing .him as  she had promised.'" It was her intention  to have him come to Edelweiss as soon  as he was In condition to be removed.  Baron Dangloss .smiled mysteriously,  but be had no comment to make.   He  bad received his orders and was obeying them to the letter.       ' '  "I wonder If Grenfall has heard of  my harum-scarum trip to St Petersburg," "reflected Yetive, making herself  comfortable in the coach after tbe gates  and tbe multitudes were far behind.  "I'll go^you a box of chocolate creams  "that we*meet him before we get to  Edelweiss," ventured Beverly.  "Agreed," said tlio princess.  "Don't-say 'agreed,' dear. 'Done' is  the word," corrected the American girl  airily.  Beverly won. Grenfall Lorry'and*a  small company of horsemen rode up In  furious baste long before" the sun was  ln mid-sky. An attempt to depict the  _scene_between_him_aud_his_yenturei.  some wife would be a hopeless task.  The way in which bis face cleared Itself of distress and worry was a Joy in  Itself. "To use his own words, he  breathed freely for the first time In  hours. The American took the place  of the officer who rode beside the coach,  and the trio kept up an eager, interesting conversation during the next two  hours.    *  It was a warm, sleepy day, but all  signs of drowsiness disappeared" with  the advent of Lorry. He had reached  Edelweiss late the night before, after  a three days' ride from the conference  ln Dawsbergen. At first" he..encountered trouble In trying to discover what  had become of the princess.** Those at  the castle were aware of the fact that  she had reached Ganlook safely and  sought to put him off with subterfuges.  He stormed to such a degree, however,  that their object failed. The result was  that be was oft for Ganlook "with the  earliest light of day. -  Regarding tbe conference with Prince  Gabriel's representatives, he had but  little to say. The escaped" murderer  naturally refused to surrender and was"  to all appearances quite firmly established in power once more. Lorry's  only hope was that the reversal of feeling in Dawsbergen might work ruin for  the prince. Ho was carrying affairs  with a' high hand, dealing vengeful  ^ blows to the friends of his half brother  and encouraging a lawlessness that,  sooner or later, must prove his undoing.  His representatives at the conference  were an arrogant, law defying set of  men who laughed scornfully at every  proposal made by the Graustarkians.  "We told them that If he were hot  1 -surrendered to.our authorities Inside of  sixty days we would declare war and  go down and take him," concluded the  American.  "Two months!" cried Yetlve. "I don't  ���understand." |  "There was method In tjiat ultima-1  "turn. Axphain, of course, -will set up  a howl, but "we can forestall any action the Princess Volga-may undertake. Naturally one might suspect  that we should declare war at once,  Inasmuch as he must be taken sooner  or later, but here is the point: Before  two months have elapsed the better  element of Dawsbergen will be so dis  believe mat Axpbam will lend moral  if not physical support to our cause.  Give tbem two months In which to get  over this tremendous hysteria and  they'll find tbeir senses. Gabriel isn't  worth it, you see, and down In their  hearts they ..know it. They really loved  young Dautuu, who seems to be a  devil of a good fellow. I'll wager my  head that ln six weeks they'll be wish,  ing he were back ou the throne again  And just to think of It, Yetive, dear,  you were off there in the very heart of  Axphain risking everything!" he cried,  wiping the moisture from his brow.  "It is just eleven days since I left  Edelweiss, and I have had a lovely  journey," she said, with one of her  rare smiles. He shook his head gravely, and she resolved ln her heart never  to give him another such cause for  alarm.  "Aud In the meantime, Mr. Grenfall  Lorry, you are blaming me and hating me and ail that for being tbe real  cause of y^-ur wife's escapade," "said  Keverly Calhoun plaintively. "I'm  awfully sorry. But you must remember one thing, sir���I did not put her  up to this ridiculous trip. She did it  of her own free will and accord. Besides, I am the one who met the Hon  and almost got devoured, not Yetive,  If you please." "       -  "I'll punish you by turning y��u over  to old Count Marlanx, the commander  of the army ln Graustark," said Lorry ^laughingly. "He's a terrible ogre,  worse than any lion."  "Heaven pity you, Beverly, if you  fall into his clutches!" cried Yetive.  "He has had five wives and survives to  look for a sixtn. You see how terrible  it would be."'  "I'm not afraid of blm," boasted Beverly, but there came a time when she  thought of those words with a shudder.  "By the way, Yetlve, I have had  word from Harry Anguish. He and  tlie* countess will leave Paris this week,  if the baby's willing, and will be in  Edelweiss soon.. You don't know how  it relieves me to know that Harry will  be with us at this time."   ������  Yetlve's eyes answered his enthusiasm. Both had a warm arid grateful  memory of the loyal service which the  young American had rendered his.  friend when they had first come to  Graustark in quest of the princess,  and both had a great regard for his  wife, the Countess Da'gmar, who ns  Yetive's   lady   in   waiting   had   been  through all the perils of. those exciting  vdays'with them.    - /,   :  \ As,theyydrew neap Uie gatesjot Edelweiss-a large body of horsemen rode  /forth, to" meet"'them.. The "afternoon  was well on the way to night, and the  air of the valley was cool and refreshing despite tbe rays of .the June sun.  "Edelweiss at last," murmured Beverly, her r face aglow.' "The heart of  Graustark. Do you know that I have  been brushing up on my grammar? I  have learned the meaning of the word  'Graustark,' and it seems so appropriate. 'Grau' is gray, hoary,' old;-'stark'  is strong. Old and strong, Isn't it,  dear?" '     .,*.."  "And here rides the oldest'and strongest man in all Graustark ��� the Iron  Count of Marlanx," said5,Yetlve, looking down the road. "See; the strange  gray man in front there Is our greatest  general, our craftiest fighter,' our most  heartless warrior. Does he .not look  like the eagle or the'hawk?"  A moment later the parties met, and  the 'newcomers swung into line with  the escort.   Two men rode up to the  "carrIage_and-Balutedr~One was Count"  Marlanx, the other Colonel Quinnox of  the royal guard. Tbe count, lean and  gray as a wolf, revealed rows of huge  white teeth in his perfunctory smile of  welcome, while young Qulnnox's face  fairly beamed with honest joy. In the  post that he held he was but following  in the footsteps of his ~ forefathers.  Since history began in Graustark a  Quinnox had been in charge of the cas-'  tie guard.  The "Iron Count," as he sometimes  was called, was past his sixtieth year.  For twenty years'be had been in command .of the army. One had but to  look at his strong, sardonic face to  know that he was a fearless leader, a  savage fighter. His eyes were black,  piercing and never quiet; his hair and  close cropped beard were almost snow  white; his,voice was heavy and without' a. vestige of warmth. Since her  babyhood Yetlve bad stood in awe of  this grim old warrior. ��� It was no uncommon thing for mothers to subdue  disobedient children with the threat to  give them*4 over to the Iron Count.  "Old Marlanx will get you if you're  not good," was a household phrase in  Edelweiss. He had been married five  times, and as many times had he been  left a widower. If he were disconsolate ln any instance, no one had been  able to discover the fact Enormously  rich, as riches go in Graustark, he had  found young women for his wives who  thought only of his gold and his lands  in the trade they made.with Cupid.  It was said-tbat without exception  they died happy. Death was a Joy.  The fortress overlooking the valley to  the south was no more rugged and un-  ' yielding than tbe man who made bis  home -within its walls. He lived there  from choice, and' it was with his own  | money that he fitted up the commandant's quarters  ln  truly regal.,style.  j Power was. more to him than wealth,  though he enjoyed both.  Colonel Quinnox brought news from  the castle. Yetlve's uncle and aunt, the  Count and Countess Halfont, were  eagerly expecting her return, and the  city was preparing to manifest Its Joy  in the most exuberant fashion. As  they drew up to the gates the shouts of  the people came to the ears of the  travelers.   Then the boom of cannon  cairn ana driniovea m tne race of all  this homage.  Past the great Hotel Regengetz and  the tower moved the gay procession  into the broad stretch of boulevard  that led to the gates of. the palace  grounds. The gates stood wide open  and Inviting. Inside was Jacob Fraasch,  the chief steward of the grounds, with  his men drawn up ln line; upon the  walls the sentries came to parade rest;  on the plaza the royal band was playing as though by Inspiration. Then the  gates closed behind the coach and escort, and Beverly Calhoun was safe  Inside the castle walls. Tbe. Iron  Count handed ber from" the.carriage  at the portals of the palace, and she  stood as one ln a dream.  ffl  .CHAPTER XI.  HE two weeks following Beverly Calhoun's advent into tho  royal household were filled  with joy and wonder for her.  Dally she sent glowing letters to ber  father, mother and brothers in Washington, elaborating vastly upon the  paradise into which she had fallen. To  her highly emotional mind the praises  of Graustark bad been but poorly  sung. Tbe huge old castle, relic of  the feudal days, with Its turrets and  bastions and portcullises, Impressed  her with a never ending sense of wonder. Its great halls and stairways, its  chapel, the throne room and the armor  closet; Its underground passages and  dungeons all united to fill her imaginative soul with the richest, rarest Joys  of romance. Simple American girl  that she was, unused to the rigorous  etiquette of royalty, she found embarrassment in the first confusion of  events, but sbe was not long in recovering her poise. *  - Her apartments were near those of  the Princess Yetlve. In the private intercourse enjoyed by these young women all manner of restraint was abandoned by the visitor and every vestige  of royalty slipped from the princess.  Count Halfont and his. adorable wife,  the Countess Yvonne, both of whom  bad grown old in the court found the  girl and her strange servant a source  of wonder and delight..  Some days' after Beverly's "arrival  there came to tbe castle' Harry Anguish and his wife, the vivacious Dag-  mar. With them came the year-old^  cooing babe who was to overthrow the  heart and head of every being in tbe  household, from princess down. The  tiny Dagmar became queen at once,  ind. no one disputed her rule., - *  (To Be Continued.)  *  Strikes.  Strikes occurred centuries ago,- and  their outcome_was just as disastrous  as is that ofthe. present .day work  struggles. In.the year"1329 a strike  of brassworkers was initiated inBres-  lan. Silesia, which.lasted a year.  Right and Left Sides.     '  The majority'of human.beings exer  else the right side of the body more  constantly than the left, and in consequence it is superior In strength. K  would be far better If both sides of the  body worked equally, and if the habit  of using the left arm and the left leg  as readily as the'Ylght is formed in  childhood the physical strength will  not only be equalized, but" Increased.  Jet.-  The derivation of the word jet Is  quite interesting. It was first- found  near the river and town of Gagas, ln  Asia Minor, whence its old- French  ,name, gagate, jayet or jaet, which"  eventually developed Into the English  jet     ; " - "  Spiders.  The winter homes of spiders consist  of a silken weatherproof covering.  White  Pint-r.  Probably-the.tallest-trees that ever  grew ln the eastern part of tbe United  States were white pines. There Is "good  ���authority for putting the height of the"  finest specimens cut in the forests of  Michigan, Wisconsin and) Minnesota at  not less than J 60 feet and ln some  cases more than tbat.  Spinsters In  Russia.  In Russia an unmarried woman remains under the "absolute sway of her  parents until her death, regardless of  her age. .    -  Basil!   Dnzonk.  Bashlbazouk means "hot brained."  Their motto ls "Kill, kill!" to which  they. freely add "and rob." Their  weapons are the long lance, such as Is  used by the Cossack; the saber, two or  three pistols and as many murderous  looking daggers. ���   ' .  DrltUel.  A drink called drlthel Is popular ln  the north of England. The cotton  hands 6f Manchester and the factory  worker*! get through nearly * 10,000,000  piute of this stuff every year. It Is  made from hops, hemlock rott parsley  and clove and Is one of the most dan  gerous liquors ever brewed. The northern counties pay about $75,000 a year  for the output of drlthel.  Oil In Fish.  White fish Is less nutritious tban  mutton or beef. Salmon is nearly or,  quite equal to beef in point of nutrition. All fisb contain oil largely. In  Some, as-eela and salmon, the oil ls distributed throughout the flesh. In others, as the cod, It Is almost confined to  the liver.     >    '.-  Pen-Angle  gusted with the new dose of Gabriel . and the blare of bands broke upon the  that It will do anything to avert a *rrar I air, thrilling Beverly to the heart Sbe  on bis account   We have led tbem t<?    wondered Jiow.  Yetive  could   tut so  'rant tfarsr  In a variety of rtyles,  fabrics and prices, for  women, men and  children. Foim-fitted.  Dealers are authorized  to replace instantly and  at our cost any Pen-  Angle garment faulty  in material or making.  Pen-Angle Under-,  wear is form-knit  bo it can't help,  fitting your figure,  ���it's .made of  long - fibred wool  bo it-won't shrink  ' ���and it's guaranteed besides. The  whole idea is. to  make it so good  you can't afford  not to buy by the  trademark (in  red). 205  HOW BILEANS  SAVED A FIREMAN  Many a man has escaped perils oi  fire and ocean to fall a prey to dis  ease. Bileans saved Fireman J. R  Flanagan, of Raglan Road, Kingston,  from this fate. He says: "I "suffered teriibly from indigestion and constipation. After food I had acute  pain, a sensation of weight at the  stomach, and belching, followed bj  a worn-out, languid feeling. Mj  bowels would not work healthily, bad  neadaches were common, and I - fell  into a weak, worn-out state. What  would have happened to me but foi  Bileans I don't know ! One box of  this vegetable remedy greatly impiov-  ad me and a few boxes cured, me.  [ have 'now gained weight and am  quite restored." ��� Bileans also cure  piles, female ailments, anaemia.  Spring' debility, blood impurities,  -jimpies? eruptions, und all liver and  Kidney troubles. All druggists and  atoies at fifty cents a box, or from  tiilean  Co.,  Toionto,  for  price.  A visitor fiom another city here  on a tour of inspection of the public  schools came to a West Philadelphia  School the othei day when the pupils  weie writing original sentences, on  the blackboard and iound an,opportunity to air his pet hobby of avoid  ing superfluity in the use of -words  One boy had written, "Tlie man suddenly lell  down."  ~ "What is the need of the word  "down* in that sentence ?" asked the  visitor. "How else could the man  .all r  "Over,"   promptly   replied .the  bo\  who' had  written  the  sentence.  "Backwards,"  suggested another.-  "Agamst   a-wall,"    volunteeied  a  third.  "Upstairs," said stiil ano'ther.  ,   The visitor promptly  gave  up  cri  ticism -and-was silent .during the le  mainfer 'of -h s stay.  'salt rheum-CURED. '  _,        ���* ,*J!T Oaur flan.  A~school inspector went to Investigate the case of a man who, although  he could well afford to keep his children at school,, had obtained, labor  certificates for them all and was taking frequent holidays while the pool  little fellows worked to keep the home  on. ��� '  To bis wife's plea that the youngsters' wages were useful when "fey-  ther" was out of work the���Inspector  replied:  "A mere quibble, .ma'am. Your hus-  bnhct has constant work, but ls too  lazy to do it His employer told me  bo."      "  "Then It's a wicked story, and I'm  not particular who hears me say it!"*  cried the woman. Indignantly. "My  husban' is the busiest man ln England,  bar none. * Why, he was- up at daybreak this mornin' teachln' my youn-  'gest lad to swim, an' he's walked ten  miles across plowed fields to fly a pigeon an' won a bounce ball contest an',  a'hoxln' match since dinner, an' now.  to wind things up." she added as a"  final proof of ber husband's amazing  Industry, "he's dowu In the wood yonder tralniu* Jiis dog to catch an' kill  rabbits without leavin' the marks of  his teeth on 'em. If you want more  work than that crowded Into a day,  you must be a regular nigger driver."���  London Tit-Bits.      *     *  *  '  By  Dr.-Williams" Pink-   Pills    Aftet  Doctors Treatment'Had Failed.  Skiri trouble. indicates -,,that the  j.uoJ is in a poisoned- state. It it  ..us poison in tiie blood- that cause:  blotches, pimples, Y "eczema, boils,  ,alt-rheum or ' bad complexion. t Dr  fVilliamB' Pink Pills make rich, red  blood that banishes * these, troubles  Alls.- Osborne, wife of Andrew Os  borne, clerk of the Township of Ken  nebec, Frontenac County, Ont..  writes: "I' cannot speak too highrj  of. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, for thej  did-'for me what doctors failed-to do.  Some years ago I was attacked b>  salt rheurit in the hands, caused by a  run down condition of my blood. 1  endured the tortures of this terrible  disease for some time, and only those  who have been similarly afflicted can  realize my suffering. At times , mj  hands were so bad that I could not  comb-my hair, I was helpless. -. 1  consulted a doctor but his treatment  failed to benefit me���my case seemed  incurable. While in this condition I  read of Dr. Williams'. Pink Pills and  decided to-give them a, trial. Soon  I began to improve and by the-timt  I had taken about a dozen boxes * 1  was'completely cured and I have no'.  since had the slightest return of tht  trouble. I can heartily recommenc  Dr. Williams' ;Pinb Pills to,.all simi  laf sufferers/'     s    -  You can't cure eczema, salt rheum  and skin eruptions with salves and  outward applications. These - troub"  les are rooted in the blood -and can  only be cured through the rich, red  blood Dr. Williams' Pink' Pills ac  tually' make.' Tbis simple " medica;  iact should be Tknown to everyone  Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills-, not .onlj  cure skin diseases,, but "all othei  tioubles caused by- bad blood,* such  as anaemia, with its headaches, side-  aches and backaches, heart palpita  tion, , indigestion, rheumatism, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance and "the spe  rial ailments-that afflict so many  ,women_and growing girls. You can  get these pills from your medicine  dealer or- by^ mail at 50 cents a box  or six- boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine". Co., Brockville,  Ont. ;    '  A regiment of regulars was making  a long, dusty march across the lolling  prairie land of Montana lost summer.  It was a hot,T)liBteiing day, and the  men, longing for water and rest, were  impatient to- reach the next town.  A rancher rode past.  .   "Say, friend," called out one of the  men, "how" far is it .to' the, next  town ?"  "Oh, a matter, of two miles or so,  I reckon,*' called back the rancher.  Another long hour dragged by, and  another rancher was encountered.   'J  "How far to the next town ?" .the  men asked him eagerly. , .,   J  "Oh, a good two miles."  A weary half-hour longer of marching, and then a mird rancher.  "Hey, how far's the next town ?"  "Not far." was the encouraging answer.   "Only about two miles."  "Well," sighed an optimistic sergeant, "thank goodness, we're holdin'  our own, anyway !"  "When I was in Arizona last Bum-  met I used to read every week a little country paper whose editor's metaphors were an unfailing joy to me,"  declares Ernest. Lamson.  "Once, I remember, this editor  wrote of a contemporary:  "Thus the black lie, issuing, from  his base throat, becomes a boomerang in his hand, and, hoisting him  by his own petard, leaves him a  marked man for" life.'  "He said in his article on home  life: .- ���    -  "The faithful watch dog or, the  good 'wife, standing at the door, welcomes the master home with honest  bark?'? ,    ,\  That spirit of" thrift popularly supposed to pervade Now England is  amusingly illustrated by the observations of a Connecticut farmer.  The good man had been seriously  ill in midsummer; but by reason of  his strong constitution is quickly rallied. On being asked in,the autumn  how he was.feeling, he replied in a  cheerful"tone:-        . ' ,  * "Pretty fair, now,, thanks. Anyway, it don't make much difference,  seein' that the farm's well fixed. It  T'd died in hayin' or harvestin' time  I calkilate it'd been $50 damage to  me."   Then, after a pause, he added:  "Come to think of it, that's too low  a figure���$65 would be nearer'���  Philadelphia Ledger.  -When  Uuttons Were Biff.  Bachaumont - writes In his ' "Secret"  Memoirs.", Nov. 18, 1780: "The mania  for buttons Is today extremely ridiculous. They are not only of- enormous  size, some of them as big as six pound  crowns, but miniatures .and pictures  are-made upon them, and this orna-.  mentation is extremely costly. Some  of them represent the' medals of the_,  twelve Caesars, others antique statues  and still others the Metamorphoses of  Ovid." .   * * -    -    ���    -. _   -   _;-  Isabey, in his biographical; notes,  says that "when he came to Paris he  worked for a living by making copies  of Vanloos and Bouchers on'the lids'of.  snuff boxes_-andthat for "these medal-  ljons he was paid from 6 to 8*francs  each. "As it was still the fashion," he  said, "to wear buttons as big as a five  franc piece, upon which Cupids,'flowers and landscapes were cut ln cameo,  I went Into that "business.5 1^ got 12.  sous for each."���Parls^FIgaro.-Y  Why Some Countries Are Uninhabited  A mere glance at our maps Impresses  a few.general facts upon us. .We,Bee  that the largest areas of the unknown  are now in lands that are too dry, as in  the Sahara, the desert of Arabia, and*  the steppes of Mongolia; lands that are"  too wet and hot, stimulating almost Impenetrable forest growths,' as In parts'  of the Amazon andV;Kongo basins;  lands that are too-cold and bleak, aa  portions of the northern areas of America and Asia. Even the characteristics  of the inhabitants Influence the extent  of the unexplored.* In proportion to total area there Is more unknown surface  In Liberia than in any other political  subdivision of the world, because the  Llberians, content to live along the  coast, bave scarcely entered tbeir vast  forest maze, though they .teem with  rubber and other resources!���Cyrus C.  Adams'in Harper's.     \ /     -   * ,    -  -  .  What Red Coral Is.  The red coral that ls used for neck-'  laces is a horny axis which supports a  number of soft bodied, ^coral-like- animals, or polyps,,-the entire" .structure  bearing a-strong resemblance tot a  smallshrub. -The fishermen, after they  have brought this shrublike' colony to  the surface, clean the soft animal matter away, preserving the red core, or  axis, which Is" sold as Jewelry. Although red coral contains some line,* lt  Is largely composed of a substance  akin to horn, and, like horn, "it takes"a"  fine polish. Horn, wool and other animal substances of this nature almost  Invariably change their color when  brought Into intense heat���St.. Nicholas.       " .  .  Welsh Rabbit Fiasco.  "When" I was starting my apartment," remembered the bachelor, "several of myjady friends wired me they  would brln'-f^_8malI_party^of people"~up"  for Welsh rabbit. I went out and  bought a chafing dish, the handsomest  I could find; a dozen plates, sliver  knives and forks and spoons and napkins and a table to "set tbe rabbit out  on, so that the' rabbit, which at a restaurant would have cost about $1 all  told, cost me about $35. And then they'  didn't come."-  .  ,     His Opposite.  Jenkins���I "am told that the happiest  marriages are between people who are  exactly opposite In every respect to  each other, so I am.looking for a young  lady of that-sort, dofl't you know. Miss  Pert���Then you have come to the right  place. Come to the other Bide of the  room, and I'll introduce you to a bright;  Intelligent; well educated girl..  HAVE PROVEN BEST  FOR LIVER TROUBLES  And OonstipatSon���Strong Letter Bit Recommendation of  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  With the liver in healthful, active  condition there is no trouble from  constipation, and- this accounts * for  the success of Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills as a positive cure for  sluggish action of the bowels.  Mrs. R.J Lockley Jones,, Mount  Tolmie, B.C., writes:  "I have* used -Dr. Chase's 'Kidney-  Liver Pills for some years and always have*them*in the hoube. They  are the only pills that relieve me from  constipation and livei troubles, and  I say this after having tried nearly  all .kinds without benefit. I'would  not be without tbem and have recommended them to my fiiends, many of  whom can .bear testimony to' theii  great value in l<ver and kidney complaints. I am satisfied that Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are unequalled as a family medicine."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills succeed  where  mere  kidney    medicines  fail because they act promptly, and  directly on the liver, take the work  off the kidneys, and then by their  invigorating action on',the kidneys  restore them to health and vigoi*.  Because of the intimate and sympathetic relation of the liver and kid- '  neyssit is useless to treat them independently ..of tone 'another. This-  fact was in^the-,mind-of Dr. "Chase  when he prepared the,formula".of his  celebrated Kidney-Liver Pills and the  phenomenal Success" urthib great medicine has proven'his. wisdom.  Dr. Chase's "Kidney-Liver Pills positively cure liver complaint, biiious-  neasf constipation; backache" arid kidney, disease.' One -pill' a "dose, 25  cents a bo~x/ at .'all -dealers or Ed-  manson. Bates &.4Co.;-Toronto.- To  protect'-you, against imitations the  portiait and 'Signature of Dr. *A. W.*  Chase,-'tlie fampua receipt book author, "are on every box of his medicines. *    .      x   -  .   : Disastrous "Steady Work." -  - Dr.    John'  S.'��.' Bulst,   the , famous  southern-physician, said-in*one of his  surgical lectures at the state college:  "It is always in .rather bad taste  for a "physician to boast of being  busy. Physicians, undertakers,- and  grave-diggers only cause*'" discomfort  when they allude to good times' and  prosperity. ��� '. _ -   ,  "There was an old 'man "who applied to the minister of the little village of Paint Rock for the post oi  grave-digger. His references- 'were  good, and the minister agreed to assign, him to the churchyard. ���.tle.wa��  to-be^paid"so-much a graved . * *  * * "The grave-digger haggled over Jthe  price, finally "accepting it. "Y       "Y"  "But will I get steady .work,?'' he  demanded. -Y    -,  "- " 'Steady work I* > said the ministei  'Land's sake, man,'Avith steady .work  you'd -bury all Paint" "Rock In a  week:' "���Chicago Chronicle.'  If: your children moan and are restless "during- sleep, t< coupled, * when  awake, with a loss of, appetite, pale  countenance, picking of the nose, etc.,  you - may depend upon- it that the  primary cause of the trouble is  .worms. 1*Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator effectually removes these  pests, at,once relieving the_ little sufferers.        - -*-      Y���   ,    .  A' rich - old man was making his  will, and- was assigning legacies to  his vaiiouB 'servants.  "Why," said" the notary, "are you  giving less to the older servants than  to 'those more' recently' engaged ?"  "Because," said the man, "the latter have not yet had the time'to  rob me-to any'great'extent."���Los  Loisira.   ';- -       .  -    '.    * -^ .'���   -"  ** "Bought My Life " for 35, Cents.'"���Thl6  This ,was one man's may of'putting it  when he had-been pronounced incurable  from * chronic dyspepsia. "It waB a Uv  t.ing death to me until I-tried Dr. Von  Stan's-Pineapple -.Tablets. SFhanks ^  them today,.J. am well, and IUell my  friends I bought-my life, for 35 cents."  60  in  a  box.���80    ���*    - -  ���'��� In a" recent 'suit-, in,'a Cincinnati  court a lawyer was .cross-examining a  German, .the point oinder inquiry being the,relative position of the doors  windows, and so forth, in a' house' in  which a certain transaction was alleged to- have occurred. -        *    .  "And now,"my good man, "the lawyer said, "will ��� you be good enough  to tell the court how the'stairs run  in your house ?"      ' -,  * The German looked dazed for a  moment. ,"How do they run ?" - he-  repeated.    -'���- ' 'Y *  '"Yes, how do the stairs run?  ' "Veil," continued the witness, "ven  I am- oopstairs dey run down, " and  ven I am downstairs dey run oop."���  Harper's Weekly. .   .       /   :  .Vlinird's Liniment-"Cures; Garget ta>  * Cows.  A  Grievance.  "So    you    favor  a-strike?    Aren't  wages ���good ?"        " '    -   *        _^-'-  "WageB are high enough."    Y  ."Steady work, isn't there ?"   .  "That's   the   trouble.    I've   earned  so  much that' I  can * afford _ a vacation."���Philadelphia Ledger.    -��� '  \ It Is An jOfficer.of the Law of  Health.���When called,in to attend a  distrubance it seaicbes". out the hiding-place^ of pain, and like a guardian of the peace, lays hands upon it  and says, "I arrest you." Resistance  is .useless, .as-the-law-'of health imposes a sentence i of perpetual banishment'on pairi, and Dr. --Thomas'"  Eclectric Oil was originated to enforce  that sentence.-J. -!-   .-.v-  .Hyker���My   hearings-is  -unusually  good.       "-". -!-*'"  ��� Pyker���Is that* so ?��   -  Hyker���Yes.' For instance, at the  distance I'am from you"now I can  hear'your watch .ticking. .,"_���  - Pyker���Marvellous! -My watch is six.  blocks away, but I have the ticketo  for it in my' vest. * pocket.���Chicago  News.   -   -    ��� ,-..-',  Minard's * Liniment Cures, Distemper.  _" Friend-^Well, how do you "-feel now  you're" married ? "    s~   *-'_s .*,  Young Husband^-(receritly* married  to "a rich girl)���Fine.-'-It's just like  pay day. every, day. ~��� Meggendorfer  Blaetter.  .*   '*-Y-..*-  -       . - '    -  V  The Pall of-Rheumatic Pains.���When  a sufferer finds permanent relief -in such  a meritorious medicine 'as South American Rheumatic5 Cure, how glad he is to  tell it. ..C.W.Mayhew,, of Thamesville,  Ont., couldn't- walk -or feed himself for  months���four years ago three bottles of  this great remedy cured him���not a pain  since���Isn't that encouraging for rheumatic sufferers?���82   - -,.   *    - -  ���"Do you believe in transmigration  of souls ?"- asked "the sweet young  thing.   ,_- J ; .., ���> .  ������*,*  ..-. .  , r "Sometimes,"   replied the Senator,  '.'I am inclined to-think there is a ���  good deal in that theory."'  "Father is a believer, too." I heard  him say iast night that he-thought  you must jin-some former existence  have been a jellyfish."���Chicago Record-Herald, j -'        ��� .   v   Y .   -  ���t - ~   "* "**" ^ " ,  rfinard's  Liniment- Cures" Colds."etc. ..  A little girl stood Jor some time in  a meat market^ waiting for "some one  to attend her wants. r Finally'the pro-"^  prietor approached her and" asked:    ~  "Is there anything you would like,  little girl ?"      .     "        ,      .'- *  "Oh, yes, sir, please; I want a diamond, ring, and a sealskin sacque, a  *eal foreign nobleman* and a pug dog  and a box at. the opera, and oh, ever  so many things; but all ma wants  is a dime's worth of-bologna sausage."  Deceived.  "I want to get a'divorce from my,  wife."  "On what ground?"  "Well, I don't know the legal tens  for it, bnt she didn't tell me before I  married her. tbat she was an elocution  lnt"  Patient (who has met with an accident)���Is it a bad fracture, doctor ?  Doctor    (a    surgical   'enthusiast)���  Bad ?   Why, it's beautiful, sir, beau-  xr fMBaKmmwirrM   *. m    tiful ?    The bone is    broken in    no  UNDERWEAR '&" "** tb'rte,�� l"*M" ~TU"  Your Doctor  * Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no question about that, but���  why go to* all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  and then of having hisprescription  filled, when vou can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle���of SHILOH'S XUBB,  for a* quarter.    ,, '  Why pay two to five dollars  when a twenty-five cent��  bottle of- SHILOH will cure you' *  as quickly? .  . Why-Hot "do as. hundreds of *  -thousands  of  Canadians have  done'for-the past thirty-four  , .' years: let SHILOH be your doctor -whenever a Cough or Cold  ��� appears.  . SHILOH will cure you, and aU  *  druggists back up this' statement  with a positive guarantee.  The.next   time you have  a  Cough or Cold cure it with  HILOH  Familiarity���with-Dirtland^Darkness.  " How little some employers Realize  what they are'doing when they com  pel employees to work'in dark, dingj  factories, rooms, and basements! The  mind is omnivoroijB. lt feeds upon  and is affected by everything in itt  environment". If it cannot get bright  and cheerful pictures," it .feeds upon  the dark and gloomy.* We are con  stantly absorbing the qualities of oui  environment. They affect seriously,  though 'unconsciously, the quality o,  our whole lives.  In, these employers'"homes we find  flowers and plants in the light, sunny  windows, ��� or ' in conservatories; il  would-be fatal to put them in dark  rooms, for they live largely upon the  sunlight. When human flowers and  plants are put into dark dingy rooms,  why wonde that they are not 1 ea t X  vigorous, strong,' and bright.?  It is as impossible for a mind to  be absolutely normal and healthy in  dark, gloomy surroundings as it is  to raise American Beauty roses in a  dungeon. The mind is optimistic or  pessimistic, according to the "brightness and cheerfulness, or the darkness and tha gloom,' in its environment. No mind can be normal which  is not optimistic, and optimism is  born of brightness, of beauty and joy.  Did *you never contrast the children who were brought up in the  ciowded,-sunless tenements, children,  who, perhapB, have never listened to_  any refined conversation or seen any:  really cultured people, .who are fa- j  miliar .with vulgarity and profanity,'  "who "perhaps have, never gotten a  glimpse of the beautiful country, or  have never seen a beautiful picture,-  or anything else that is really lovely,,  with children.who were brought up  in an environmena of beauty and at-i  tractiveness, who lived amidst flowers and beautiful' w.orks of art, .who I  have heard only refined-language and  lived with cultured people ?���O. S.  Marden in, "Success Magazine." -  A Chicago physician was"one day  called  to attend  a sick  child  in  a'  "shabby    genteel" ; quarter    of    the  Windy City.      , "*���.    ���-  "Madam," said the   doctor to the'  mother, "you should send this child  into the country for   several weekE  each summer."    ���    -  "I am sorry to say, doctor," responded the woman, "that we are not  rich enough to do that."  "Then,",   suggested the.. physician.,  "have  her    sent' by    the    Fresh-air  Fund."  ���   "Oh,  doctor,"  "exclaimed' the wo-,.,  man, "we are not poor   enough!"���  Harper's Weekly,  Accidents to your horses  may happen at any moment  GET READY for emergencies.  Buy a bottle of  Fellows' Leemirig's  Essence  For Lameness in Horses  Only 50c. a bottle ��� and saves  dollars worth of time by curing  lameness of every description.  At dealers, or from ia  National Drug * Chemical Co., Limited,.  MONTREAL.  ^  BROOKS-* NEW CURE  FOR  Brooks' Appliance. Uteir  llseoTery. Wonderful. 'No  obnoxious springs or pads.  Automatlo Air Cushions.  Bind* and draws ihe broken  tirto together u roil would  t broken limb. No salves.  No lympbol. No lies. Dur-  sble.cheap. PauSept.lo.'Ol.l  BEflT   ON    ?RUiLj  C. E. BROOKS, S618 Bracts'Side., ,     mmhii. n-rim  Almost as Old  As the Hills.  Johnson's ,  ^o^IiMment  j tue b��ca oa tbe'market for 96 yeara j  and baa been curias lameness, cats,  burns, bruises all Ihct time.  Try It.  | XIo^ throa times as much Ho. All dealen. I  X. B. JOHMSOH & CO., Boston, Ota.0 j  W.    N.    U.*   No.    627. (Tiv/^ i ��   ~*f   v~ Aj/    *  ���w-*' ��<-5**,3i.-j*:i*J  - vr-,    v    i-r* *    i^-r"./^!^^"^^!  0  THE LEAftElt, koYig, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   "  Mrs. Cora B.Miller  ; Makes a Fortune  Started, a  Few Years    Ago with  No  Capital, and Now Employs Nearly One Hundred Clerks and  Stenographers.  Until a   few   yeara   ago  Mrs. <-(Jora  a.  Miller lived In a manner similar to that  of thousands 'of other very poor women  ol  the average small  town  and village.  She  now  resides  in    her    own    palatial  brown-stone residence,  and  is considered  one of the most successful  business women in. the. United states.  Mrs   Miller's... New, Residence,' Earned  In  Less   Than5* One   Year.  Se\eral years ago Mrs. Miller learned  of a mild and simple-preparation that  .cured herself and several friends of re-  -male w��akncss and piles tine was besieged by so many women needing treatment that she decided to furnish lt - to  those who might call-for it. Bhe started with only a few dollars' capital, and  the remedy, possessing true and wonderful merit. - producing -many cures when  doctors And, other * remedies railed, * the  demand grew, so rapidly she was several  ,times compelled to-seek larger quarters.  Btie now occupies one or the city s largest  ���office buildings, which-she owns, -and al-  .rnost one hundred clerks and stenographers are required to assist in this great  ���business.  *,,  ��� ��� i    - *���       �� _  u    Million   Women  Use  It. <  More than u million women have used  Mrs. Miller a- remedy, and no matter  .where youTuve, she can refer you to laities, in your own locality who .can and'  wUl tc. any suirerer that this marvelous  remedy really cures women.' -Despite the  fact that Mrs.-Millers business is very  extensive, Btie is always ' willing to give  aid and advice to every suffering woman  'who writes -to her.' Hhe is a generous,  good woman and has decided to give  away to women who have never used her  medicine' ' SIU.OUU.UO ����� worth absolutely  rital-,. *   ,  ' bvery woman suffering with pains ln  the head, back and bowels, bearing-down  feelings,- nervousness, creeping sensations up the spine, melancholy, desire to  cry, hot Hashes weariness, or piles from  any cause, should sit right down and  send her name and address to Mrs. Uora  B. Miller. Box 57(16, Kokomo, ~lnd��� and re  oelve by mall (free of charge ln plain,  wrapper)'a all-cent box of her marvelous  medicine; also her valuable - book, which  every, woman should have. rf -  itemeniber, this oiler will not last long,  for thousands and thousands of womoa  who are suffering will take'advantage of  this generous means of getting cured. Ho  if you are ailing, do not suffer another  day, but send your name and-oddress to  Mrs. Miller for the book and- medicine  before the 110,000.00 worth is all gone.  .  The  Czar" as a Whist  Player. _-  Czar Nicholas, "is a good' hand   at  whist and plays.a great deal.    Last  year he and his intimates used 1-.200  t packs of * cards, which. cost'_6ver $5,-  '000Y The Russians,, by the "way, are  1 the greatest card players in the world,  their "yearly expenditure on cards being never less than $1,000,000.  ��� They Wake the Torpid Energies.���  Machinery not   properly    supervised  - and left to run itself, very soon shows  fault in-its working. .It is'-the'same'  with the- digestive organs., .Unregulated fronK'time to.-time they* are  likely to become - torpid and throw  the whole system out of gear. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills' were male    to  - meet such cases. * They -. restore to  the full the flagging- faculities, and  bring into order all parts of.the  mechanism.    , ;-1  Married Men the Bravest..  London.���Testimony was given in  the House of Commons to'the superior courage of married men:., Tn the  course of the debate on the war sec-  ���retary's array scheme, Major Seely,  who commanded'a company * of Imperial Yeomamy in the South African War, said it was the gene ��'  experience there that-married eoldiers  were more _ courageous .than the unmarried 'ones, and that the sanie characteristic ' *was admittedly developed  in the'Russo-Japanese War.  - "How do you check your'"wife's expensive tastes ?" - ��� L'i  ���-"Just���draw���'em -blank���to���her-or-  der and let her fill 'em in."���Baltimore American.  .     .       -,, ^   " - _  What Makes You, Despondent? ���Has  the stomach gone wrong? Have the  nerve centres grown .tired and listless?  Are you threatened with nervous prostration? South American Nervine is  nature's corrector, makes the stomach  right, gives a world of nerve force, keeps  the circulation perfect." A regular constitution builder for rundown people. One  lady says: "I owe my life to it."���84  The 'inhabitants of the Canary Isles  finding themselves oppressed .by famine, sent to the governor of Galicia  one of their head men' as, an > Ambassador. They advised him not to  lose himself in long winded talk. He  promised and kept his word. He took  with him a -large number .of sacks,  and, arriving at the town*-where. the  governor was on circuit, he opened  one of them before him, saying only  these words:' "It is empty; fill it."  ' The'governor ordered this sack and  the rest to be. filled with imoal>a but  he said to the speaker:    "' '  "You had no need to tell us that  the sack was empty, nor that it was  necessary to fill it; we should have  readily guessed that. Another time  "be briefer in your talk."���Bon Vi-  vant. '  Have One  Doctor  *-     ���*- l -' '    *  '   x- .     ���*  No sense in running from one  doctor to another. Select the  best one, then, stand By him.  Do not delay,:but consult'him  in time -when you are sick.  Ask his opinion of - Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral for coughs  and colds. Then use it or  not, just as he says.   *  A  yers  We publish our formulas  n     Wo brnnish alcohol  ftrom*our medicines  We urge you to  ooxisult your  -   doctor  Always keep a box of Ayer's Pills in the  house. " Just one pill at bedtime^ now arid  then, will ward off many an attack of  biliousness, indigestion, sick headache.  How many years has your'doctorknowv  tbese pills? Ask bim all about them.  ������I i arniHo tar the f. C. Ayr Oa.. Lcwau, Maei,���  uanacnan Surgeons Fn' Cnicagov  The Chicago British American has  this reference to a rising Canadian  surgeon: "Canada is coming to the  foremost ranks in the medical profession in Chicago Only last week Dr.  Alexander Hugh Ferguson was knights'  ed by the King, of'Portugal, and now  Dr. Frank O. Carter has successfully  performed an operation for blindness  that has been the-wonder of the medical world. The operation was for cat-  aiact with a thickening of the lens  capsule, in which the eye was successfully opened and the cataract and  the Jens capsule removed at the one  operation. Dr. Carter is a native of  Oshawa, Ont., and is a nephew of Wm.  Wellington, of the nursery firm of  Stone & Wellington, of Toronto.- He  is a graduate of the University of' Toronto and immediately "after graduating came to Chicago to practice."  Hard on the Fish.  Dr. Osier continues ^to be epigrammatic and to utter ^sayings which  please the temperance people. Speaking recently at the London Woi king-  men's College, he said: "If all the  beer and spnit were dumped into the  sea, for a year, the people of England  would be infinitely better off. And if  all,the tobacco were also dumped into the sea, it would be a good thing  ���or the peoplo, but hard on theTisb "  Workman a Fatigue.  What fatigues the motive power la  getting to work. Once the mind Is fascinated and the field of consclpusness  restricted to a single object the brain  works' without exhausting Itself. Let  us apply ourselves for a "good time* to  whatever we do and have several'hours  of sustained 'labor.' By quitting the  task to dream, to smoke a cigarette or  to watch a'fly one-becomes exhausted.  ���Paris Revue. " " "  Might Have Made a Killing.  , A"physician took It into his head to  go rabbit shooting. About '4 o'clock In  the afternoon.be returned, tired out  and empty handed, telling his wife that  he hadn't killed a thing. - Thereupon  sheremarked^-'I told yon so. If you  had stayed at home and attended to  your legitimate business you " might  iave been "more successful.'  Sweetly Sold.  The Influence'of locality upon speech  is Illustrated by a reply received from  a Vermont farmer and quoted in the  Boston Herald. The old'man had been  questioned ln regard to the value of an  estate left by. one' of his neighbors.  "Waal," said he, with great deliberation, "we cal'late he'll sugar off about  "���550,000.--      -    '  First Submarine Boat.*   -"  Alexander the Great employed the  first submarine boat at the siege of  Tire In tbe year 332 B. C.  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE OURED  by local' applications, as tbey oannot  reach the diseased -portion of tbe ear.  Tliere is only one way to curo deafness,  and that Ib by constitutional remedies.  Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian ��� Tube. When this tube is inflamed  you have a rumbling sound, or imperfect  hearing:, -and' when It ls entirely closed,  Deafness is tho result; and unless the  inflammation can be taken 'out and this  tube restored to ��� Its normal condition,  hearing will.be destroyed forever; nine  oases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,  whic*} ls nothing, but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  . We 'will, give One Hundred Dollars tor'  Miy'case of Deafness (caused By catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall's Oatarrh  (Jure. . Hend for ciroulars, free.  -"   K.J. fJHiS'NlSY & CO., Toledo, O.  Bold  by  Druggists, 75c.  Tahe Hall's, Family WUs for conatipe"  lion.  After eating more.than 3,500 raw.  eggs and drinking 273 gallons of fresh  milk in a year, - in ��� an effort to cure  himself of tuberculosis, Amos Bell, a  citizen 'of- Fairmount, Indiana, sickened of his diet, which became nauseating, and' declined rapidly . until  his-death occurred.  SAVED   BABY'S   LIFE.  .There are many mothers throughout Canada who do; not hesitate to  say that Baby's Own! Tablets . have  saved the lives of their little ones.  One oi these is Mrs. John Shprtill,  GeorgetownTOntTTwho'saysi- *.'l*~have"  no hesitation in saying that I believe  .that Baby's .Own Tablets saved -my  little girl's life. From the time my  little girl was three months old she  cried all the time with indigestion.  She .was frail and puny;-her food did  her no good, and I was literally worn  out taking care of her. .The doctor  treated her for some '.time, and finally told us he could do no more for  her, and we did not expect she would  get better. It was -then < I learned of  Baby's Own. Tablets and, decided ��� to  try them. Before I had given her a  box of the Tablets there.was a great  improvement. Her digestion was  much improved, and ���* her bowels,  which had been terribly constipated,  moved regularly. Fiom that time  she began to thrive splendidly, and is  now as healthy a child as you could  wish to see. We are now never without a -box of the Tablets in the  house. Baby's Own Tablets will  promptly cure all the minor ailments  of babies and young children, and  tho mother has the guarantee of a  Government analyst that this medicine contains no opiate or harmful  drug. - Sold 'by all medicine dealers  or- by mail at 25 cents a box from  The-Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  , A teacher showed his small pupils  a zebra, saying: "Now what is this ?"  5"A horse in a_bathing .suit," was  the prompt ieply.���La  Caricaturists.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Dog Steals  Horse.  Because "Muggs," an English coach  dog,. owned by J. N. D. Reeves, ob;  jects so persistently to the sale of a  horse by his master, the former owner is endeavoring to repurchase the  horse, that it and the dog; which have  been inseparable companions for several years, may spend the remainder  of their lives as chums.  Tbe horse was sold, to Brock Smith,  of East Columbus, and when the new  purchaser attempted to lead the animal from the Keeves barnyard, the  -log held the halter rein with his  teeth, nor would he release it until  forced to do so by his master. By  his pathetic, mute appeals he evinced  his desire to have his equine friend  stay.  Recently the purchaser of the horse  drove him back here and hitched him  to a rack while he entered a store  "Muggs" appeared at the animal's  side,, and grabbing the halter-rein between his teeth, chewed it in two.  thus releasing his erstwhile, companion. The two proceeded to their old  home together.���Chicago Inter-Ocean.  a if j r , s  '> /> l  -y I'f.yidi viVv,  / -l.'t-i'f-.' >T'l  SALVATIONIST  OWES  TO  ZAM -BUK  Mr. K. C. Blurton, a prominent Falvatton  Army wo-lter, who occupies the proul position of Deputy Band-Master at the Temple  Toronto, has Just proved how wonderfully  beneflcial Zam-Buk Is in caies of skin eruptions, rjustulea. etc   He says:���      ' *'  "Pimples and sores broke out all  over my face and neck,-, and notwithstanding all I did to try and remove them, they continued to in-  ciease. They weie not only very-unsightly, but very painful,-and I was  sadly troubled how to get rid of them.  I was advised to try Zam-Buk, and  for beveral days I applied it to the  face and' neck, gently anointing the  sore places." In a few days I perceived a marked improvement. The  soies were "not so angry and some of  the inflamed patches , became, lighter  in color.' 11 persevered with'' Zam-  Buk after noting that satisfactory  state of .affairs and it "did not take  long before -the balm" demonstrated  its .healing powers. I found it 'a  splendid remedy, and it cleared both  my face and neck in fine form. -1  would strongly recommend Zam-Buk  te all who suffer fiom any skin .eruption whatever, and I trust the publication of njy experience 'will lea'd  othei s to prove how beneficial Zarn-  Buk is."  Zam-Buk is a sure cure'for eczema,  itch, blood poison, ulcers,* chronic  sores, ringworm, children's rashes,  spots, etc. Italso cures cuts, burns,  bruises, " chapped ' hands,, enlarged  veins, piles, and all diseased, or inured conditions of the skin and/sub-  jacent tissues. - All druggists and  stores sell at 50c a box, or-post free  from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for  price. 6 boxes sent for $2.50., Send  one cent for dainty "trial.box. -  She Always  Had  Good  Servants.  -I-know a veiy sweet, beautiful'old  lady, who says she has' always had  good, servants, and'she'--does not-understand all this talk\bout "tlieir de-  terioiation. Although'he keeps*'half  a dozen, there "are seldom any  changes. She never.takes any "great  pains to look up their references, yet  she usually gets good, honest people  and keeps- them.-''"    '".'-.".-     - .*"  -People'who are so fortunate as**to  have the friendship" of "this "charming  woman do not wonder , that she always has good .servants. She is so  good to them, so kind and considerate, that they seldom want to"-leave  her. -They like 1 the sunshine, and  they thrive* in her- -sunny nature.  When they are sick, 'she is always  looking after their comfort. They- all  Ifnow" that-she takes a real motherly-interest in their weHare,"' aside  fiom the mere work she can get out  of them. She enters into-their per-*  'sonal lives,'shares^ their sorrows* and  thir joys". ^ - " v " '*"* , '  Many'a "capable,, well-meaning' servant has "never been able to'make a  success, because employed by air incapable housewife, who", without tact  or sense, has vitiated her efforts, itfot  every well-intentioned persoi^ has  strength "of mind and will power  enough to dominate, an unfortunate  environment. Many get discouraged  and tired of trying to do well, and  succumb to indifference.''  - I believe the great servant question  can only be. solved through_kindness  of" employers. Pbelieve absolute unselfishness will settle everything. All  strikes, all disseniions and differences  will be. settled by the application of  the Golden Rule.���-O. S. Marden in  "Success Magazine."  Suffer No More.���There are thousands who live miserable lives because  dyspepsia dulls the faculities and  shadows existence with the cloud of  depression. One way to dispel the  vapors that beset the victims of this  disorder is to order them.a course of  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills which are  among the best vegetable pills known,  being easy to take and are most efficacious in their-action. 'A trial of  them will prove this.  "Did I understand you to say that  this boy voluntarily' confessed his  share in the mischief done to the  schoolhouse ?'���' asked the magistrate,  addressing the mother, who held a  small,, dirty, struggling boy by the  hand.  "Yes, sir; he did," replied the  mother, jerking her offspring into momentary inactivity. "I had to persuade him a little, but he told me  the whole thing voluntarily."  "How did you persuade him," asked the magistrate.  "Well, first I gave him a good whipping," said tho" determined-looking  little woman, "and then I put him  to bed without any supper, and took  his clothes away, and told him he'd  stay in bed till he'd confessed what  he'd done if 'twas for the rest of  his days, and I should whip" him  again in the morning.  "In less than an hour he told me  the   whole    story,     voluntarily." ���  ' IN FERTILE ANTICOSTI.  Island In the Gulf, of St.    Lawrence  Beings Transformed   Into  Homes of  Peace and Plenty.  \ Nestling in the Gulf of St. Lawrence,* off the east coast of Quebec,  61 ."which province it is a part; lies the  fertile/Island of Anticosti. The island  ib interesting" because so little is generally known of it; and, because so  many wrong impressions have gone  abroad with reference to it.  When,, in December, 1895, H. Men-  ier, the'French i chocolate king, purchased tthe island,'many wild rumors  were'set afloat with regard to the alleged purposes for .which it had been  acquired, says, a writer in the Montreal Standard. The most sensational  of these was *that a Canadian Monte  Carlo was to be established there, and  that the new proprietor of the elonga-^  ted piece of temtory would have un-^  disputed sway over it, politically, and  otherwise,-even greater than that enjoyed .by Prince Monaco over his  world-famed domain. The keen imagination of many _ .American writers  was responsible for. much circumstan-,  tial detail that was published in tht  Uni**"5-! States, and, as stories lose  nothing by repeating, some very extravagant flights of fancy were indulged in.' But what has happened  since that time, and what is still happening, is in keeping with the onward ' march of' industrial progress  which the whole of Canada'iB mak-  ingr  Until a comparatively few years ago  what was known of Anticosti from the"  days of Champlain may be said to  have been traditional rather than historical, for the very few references to  it in the old records and manuscripts  are practically valueless to the historian.        ,. --  Prior to the first treaty of Paris the  St. Lawrence and all its Islands had  been takenrover by the victorious English. But, owing to many complaints-  being made of depredations5 and outrages being committed 'by the New  Englanders on the Island of Anticosti. ' the'" Magdalen Islands and on  tho Labrador coast, it became necessary to "do something for the protection of the inhabitants.  Headquarters qf Squadron.  Newfoundland being a naval command, and headquarters of the North  American squadron, was selected ast  the. most * convenient government to'  control the- territory referred- to and  consequently "Anticosti, the Magdalen  Islands, ana the Labrador coast were,  onFebruary 10,1783, annexed to Newfoundland. Sir Hugh Palliser was  governor of Newfoundland at the time,*  and did his best" under the existing  circumstances, but Anticosti had no  harbor, was almost wholly uninhabited, and very littlo .viBited.  Later, complaints came from' the  American, Nova Scotian and Canadian colonists against the strict* fishing regulations of Sir Hugh Palliser,  and so,*by the Quebec Act of" 1774,  Anticosti was returned tc Canada.  Traders and Eskimos continued to  visit Anticosti on account of the valuable salmon fisheries, but still the island was practically/without inhabitants. Then, during *a hundred years.  Eortions of the island were acquired  y private individuals until It'"had  practically all been* absorbed. In 1883  there were a good; many heirs, and in  order to secure their individual shares  they had the island sold by the'sheriff,   --j*.       ".  T      -     -  ���:-   ���  Formed Joint Stock Company." ���  It was purchased by a Mr. Stock-  well, who formed a joint stock company, which wns called "The Governor and Company of the Island of  'Anticosti.'-' This.l however, did riot  help matters- so far\ as the development of the island was.concerned. Up  to. this time.nd attempt was made to  develop it,-' and ' although ��� the new  company "predicted many, improvements it, accomplished practically  notbing, and in 1888 the company  went into'liquidation.  The liquidator, a Mr.. Kendrick,  sent out a representative from year to  year to farm out such fishing rights  as went with the ownership of the Island, but this brought in but scant  revenue. In 1895 a Mr. Despecher obtained an option on the island, offered  it for sale to Mr. Menier, and in December of that vear. upon the favorable report of Mr. Dujardin-Baumetz,  an expert, the deed was passed. Mr.  Menier took possession the following  spring.  Is  Being Transformed.   Gradually the Island of Anticosti,  for ages standing out of the waters of  the Gulf in its primeval state of wild  and rugged grandeur, is now being  transformed into a land of homes and  plenty. Thousands of acres of land  have been cleared, and the soil is  proved of excellent quality; roads and  houses have been built and sawmills  and lobster, and salmon canning factories are in full operation. Canadian  history proper is repeating itself on  the gulf island.  A breakwater nearly a mile long has  been constructed, and lighthouses, of  value alike to island and general navigation, have gone up at Ellis Bay.  Twenty miles from Fox Bay is the  valuable water power of Vanreal.  Here it is proposed to establish a  pulp mill, for the island is thickly  wooded. with pulp wood as well as  with large spruce. There are more  than a million and a half acres of this  valuable timber land.  Th.e  Island's Capital.  Ellis Bay is what may be termed  the* island's capital. It is here that a  very handsome villa has been erected  for Mr. Menier, and along the road  which runs from this port to English  Bay the lands have been cleared,  farms established, and the husbandman is contributing his labor towards  the general prosperity. Fifteen families from the Old Country took up  farms, during the summer just past,  and others will follow as soon as the  land is cleared.  - The winter population of the island  is about 500, but hundreds come from  the mainland each summer to take up  the work in the various lines of industry, and the number is ever increasing. The cod, lobster and salmon  catches during the year are said to  have been very good.  And so the development of the great  Dominion 2goes on, and island, hill  a.nd. prairie land %re all contributing  alike to our too-long delayed prosperity.  Tbe Cause.  , Theater Goer���The love scene in your  play Isn't half so natural aa it used to  be last season. The same people do lt  too. Manager���Yes, but the lovers were  married'a few months ago.  "f-n.  Bard to Understand.  Bibbs ��� Some people get everything  they go after. GIbbs���Yes, and others  don't seem to get what's coming to  them.���Smart Set  Let another praise thee and not thine  own mouth; a Btranger," and. not thine  own lips.���Book oi ProTaxte.  WEST GOES IN,FOR  YACHTING./  Marvellous Boat By '.Mysterious    Designer At Wonderful  Price  They must go it steep'in the yachting line out west, if what ,the* Vancouver Province says,is right..A���29-footer-  here, designed by Mrt Fife, the Scotch  designer we do know about, says the'  Toronto 'Telegram, would "cost. $5,000,  but it is otherwise in Vancouver. This  is what the Province'says:���'  . "Mr. J. H. Fife, a Scotch yacht do-,  signer and naval architect, has been  oabled instructions -to design' an international cup challenger for a syndicate of Vancouver yachtsmen. Carte,  blanche has been given the celebrated  designer in the construction of the  cup challenger, which is to be built  next spring, and will sail in the 29-  foot class.at the international regatta  at Seattle next year for the coveted  Mackie trophy, . emblematic of the  yachting championship of the Pacific  coast^ - Y ���   ��        / *   *  "Afran---ementB for the formation of  the syndicate among the members of  the Royal Vancouver Yacht-Club and  local sportsmen have been in progress  for some time, and have now reached  such a stage that a cable was sent to  Fife yesterday. The cost of,the new  boat, which is to be built under the  new International rating rule, will be  in the neighborhood of $25,000. While  the cup challenger will be designed to  lift the cup if "speed "and seamanship  will do the trick, she will not by any  means be a freak racing machine. The  new rules prohibit that class of craft.  Therefore the value of the cup challenger,, aside from *her racing qualities, will not be dependent entirely on  her ability to bring the cup to Vancouver, for, unlike the racing machines* on which millions have.been  spent in" an effort to lift the America  Cup, the projected new craft will be a  fair sea boat and a wholesome cruiser.  "The plan by which Canada will be  represented in the coming international regatta is by the,formation of  a syndicate of-local; yachtsmen-, who  will each, subscribe $1,000. The yacht  will "be entered and sail' under the  colors of,the Royal Vancouver Yacbt  Club, which organization will' select  a crew to-sail the yacht In the cup  races. Then, after the-races are over,  some 450" tickets at $5 each will be  sold among local yachtsmen and the  yacht raffled. The lucky-; winner' will  take the yacht, and the proceeds will  reimburse the syndicate."      .,    .  Canada's Indian Population. -.,  The Indian population of Canada at  the end of the last fiscal year amounted to 109,394, a net increase of 1,757  compared with the previous year. Ontario-is set down as having an increase of 2,878, but this is largely owing to gain by transfer of Indians formerly shown in Keewatin and of Indians hitherto not shown at all. The  total number of births'was 2,511 and  of deaths 2,329, the net gain' from  natural increase being 182, or 91 less  from the same source than a year ago.  -The income derived.- exclusively  through the exertions of > the Indians  themselves has passed the - five million mark and exceeded tbat of the  previous year by over hall a million  dollars. The mortality*, which was rather heavy, last year, is attributed In  "part to -the" mildness - of the winter,  which is a questionable benefit to a  people who have to struggle5 for existence and are subject-to pulmonary  and more.or less 'kindred diseases.  The tendency to traffic in the sale of  liquor.to. the .Indians js noted in. the  annual report,'and this warning is issued':���^"Indications have been observed during the year that a salutary lesson taught those concerned ln- this  traffic along the lower St. Lawrence a  few years ago is fast "fading .from  memory, and apparently will have to  be repeated before long. Among the  somewhat kindred class of Indians inhabiting the district immediately west  of Lake Superior there is ground to  fear that the traffic haB been making  headway, and proximity to the international boundary line adds to the  difficulty in repressing it." However,  signs are not wanting in other directions of "success in combating the evil.  Forestry Education.  Canadian newspapers and public  men nre beginning to preach forestry,_  but as yet we have not begun to do'  very much. In the United States considerable progress is being made', and  the new forestry course at Yale has  grown more rapidly than any other department ever started. In calling attention��� to^this,���The���Yale���Alumni  Weekly says: "In the historical ups  and downs of other and older departments of Yale the record, the work,  and the prosperity of the Forest School  call for special attention. It has endowment funds of $200,000, with tho  lumbermen's professorship funds of  $150,000 in sight, and an annual income of about $20,000. Its courses  of instruction alruady number-31, in  charge of 26 teachers, including lecturers; and its steadily waxing registration of students now amounts to  59 in the two regular classes, besides  27 students in th& nature of 'specials.'  In the regular lists of students one  finds, besides Yale, some 28 universities and colleges ' represented by  graduates, two of those institutions  foreign. In the departments of Yale,  during her history, no branch has  been able to show in so limited a time  such a ratio of material growth."  Japan's Trade With the Dominion.  Japan's export trade with Canada  is growing, as is evident from a glance  at the subjoined list of goods sent to  this country during the ten months  ending Oct. 31 in the years 1905 and  1906:  *  1906.        1905.  Silk,  raw    -....$145,091   $40,373  Silk  tissues    253,900     185.793  Silk tissues, including  cotton mixture .. 10,925 62,976  Silk handkerchiefs .. 129,671 114,020  Mats and matting for  floors     35,499      51,352  Porcelain and earthenware       82,997      77,841  Rice    114,103   . 95,939  The trade is not altogether onesided. The Japanese are taking more  Canadian flour than formerly. Tlieir  imports of this prime necessity of life  for the ten months of this year  amounted to $64,240 as comparod with  $47 154 fo- " �� -"'���-" ���������- ������- ' nf 1005.  In Doubt.  On a famous rifle range there .was  an Important team match one day,  and the men were firing In pairs, one  for each team, side by ,sldc. The best  shot on the home team was given to  aiming so long tbat bets were made on  whether or not he had gone to sleep at  the firing point. Presently ho withdrew his head from the stock of his  ride. lowered tbe barrel and asked bis  opponent In a low voice:  "Did I fire or did you?"  W.    N.    U.    No.   627.  YOU'RE   SURE  To Appreciate It 8f Tou are a Japan Tea Drinker  t - iji-  ���     -.;   ,>   GREEN TEA      ">.="', '.-<   -^ -   (  -, Same In Flavor as Japan. Only more DeSlblous.  Lead    Packets   Only,    40c, 50c, and -60c  Per . Lb.  < At -* All    Grocans  '* _ -  HIGHEST^^ AWARD, 8T..LOUIS, 'mkS^ L\~"~l ,-  . <    * -i i J!jkfc  z <���-?*  '' t-K-t-si  '.- 1-* vic-pi  "��', f��.t I  -'   ; ���-  ._     Confidence. ',��� I  Augustus Thomas, the .well known  playwright,* was talking about ' first  nights and the heartrendering anxiety  of. them. .   _ i  "On my own first,nights," he said,  "I am a pitiful object, utterly without hope, convinced "in advance that  my play is bound'to fail. r ' .  * "At such times"I- often wish I had  the self-confidence that j possessed  Charles Reade: He, after he had dramatized his novel,of 'Never Too Late  to Mend.'wrote .on the margin of a  certain passage:'  ' '"If the audience fails to'weephere  the passage has not been properly  acted.'"���New York Tribune.       "   -  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen, ��� Theodore "Dorais, a  customer of mine,* was > completely  cured of rheumatism after five years  ,of suffering, by the judicious use, of  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  The above facts can be verified by  writing to him, to-the Parish Priest  or any of his neighbors.  A. COTE, -Merchant.  St.  Isadore,  Que.,  12th May,"-'98. -  -The,women teachers of.New York  believe they-will win their fight to  be placed on an equality with men.  teachers in the matter of salary'  Their battle cry is '.'equal pay., for  equal work:";*  - 'Nothing looks more ugly than to  see a person whose hands are covered over with warts. Why have these  disfigurements on your person when  a sure removerer of all warts,-corns,  etc^, can be found in Holloway's Corn  Cure. - ' ��� >  . Magistrate���You gave ' this young  woman such a hit' on the face' that  she can't see out of ber eyes. What  have -you to say for yourself ? -  Accused���Well, she often told * me  she didn't want to see me any more.  ���Megendorfer Blatter. . ��  Hans RicTuer, the great German  conductor,' will ��� not make an American tour* because of the indignity he  claims American' has done to imusic  by refusing jto hear'Salome. '  Y. .-.The  First  Reporter.';'["/'"."I���-  King Louis *XIII.^is'said'to\,have  been the first reporter*in,France'.'.Tiie,.  French national library possesses".tneL,,-,  manuscripts/ of *36,'articles written~lbys*,-Y  that - king. {"Almost all -tare accounts-' "  of his military operations'."^These articles ,were published "in* the"'Gazette-  de -Frariqe.���Detroit Tribune." .'-*. -^ -c .,-*���/���*-"��:��"  '      "'  'V^Yv^;-'{p#l  :-,Ail  ���i-5 .,���>>- *" "p,5-*,+ -c^-aspi  ��d   In 'M 'mnuiUy^P^sfM  r- the Heart givea ��� - -���..'--**��� *����$���  351  Heart   Disease -Relieved  ���Dr. Aenew b (Jure for- tbe Heart glvea ' - -  perfect relief lu all cases of Organlo ,or, *  bytnpathetio   Heart   Disease   ln   lHj miu-. -t,f-'"X 'isi&r  utos,  and speedily* effects,a cure.- Itfi**;r?-~ ><.; i^C  a peerless remedy for Palpitation, Short- ' ^-"^ <-%M.-t  ness of Breath, 8motheriiw Bpells^Pain-'' ���*.*> ^Wl  in   Left  Side,  and  all  symptoms7of- -a "'���-���'Y'iW.MJI  Diseased, Heart.    One dose - convinces.���W.;.*; ��>*��i|  7^-��� -   t, .?.��-".'. >-j>.r-,~*��:.-?��>���*:  Wilfrid���Pa,*-a manUwho*  ually ! on" a-ship is; called _ ���, -���,-��-,���.  isn't he ?. ; ; ^ .' -'��.���-��< K;< ~i ^?$%W,  : Gunbusta���That's what ��� 'they,,.call 3&*$*�������?  him,-my .boy.   -���*:���>*';     -    * A J> '���'.' / ^^r^f-J  Wilfrid���Well, if he's a^eadog, then ;V-#/&"4|  a'man who'is continually on'an* air- - ."'^-r,-*;. I  ship must be a "'*     -1    '~    T"J  onunuauy on an, air- -^ -. ;���**.���?w.  skye terriyWudge.^^1  Many patent medicinea"��have come  and gone, but Bickle's Anti-Consump--  tive  Syrup  continues "* to" occupy - a      .^ wjs  foremost 'place   amongiremedies* .t��r* ft{!jft**ys  coughs, and, colds, and -< as/a'- prevenv*'.^^ - - *fi  tive of decay of the'lungB..'**It.is a,7Y  standard ''medicine < that widens its  sphere of usefulness year by year.-i-lf..--; * , ~'*i$\  you are in'needv of tsomething .to ridV'**''-^"',^**;!  yourself of a cough/on cold, you can-*   Vc *N&fe|  .*.   -v lifer ���  "V ��� - ,  5T?e!|  not do better than try Bickle's Syrup.  Reporter���To what do. you attribute.  your great age ?  ,      ���   .      -.*.-'- '"���-  Oldest Inhabitant ��� -1' bain't sure* ^  yet, sir. There .be-several o'_them-,  patent med'eine companies as*isobar; .  gainin',with me:  '���''-' s1 ~L,    - -   ��-1  ��� Itch, Mange,, Prairie Scratches:and    f  every form of contagious ItcH on( hu-  ')  man or animals cured in,30 minutes -. ><  by ,Wolford's Sanitary,;Lotio'n. *   Y-v^'  Farm laborers in" England are   not?*-  migratory.    A certain fai. ."-hi'-Wilt-   \.  shire has a-"regular staff'of six>men'"  and  two  boys  who has "-served J for  the    following,   periodsf,'--*   Forty-six  ''  years eight months; forty-four, .years  eight months, thirty-two, years .eight ^  months,   . twenty-Bix     years,   seven,,,  months, fourteen years eleven months,'^j"  four years eleven months, five .years" * ���.  six months, and three years and nine '-* -  months.   There -is thus' an aggregate  *'-  of 179 years,of service. ���-',    '   .t  1 J5i, .��21  -,A-W/��iM  M  -f'/Jsi  - ���  '<��)  -if-   t    j* �����"  ���:#l  >  TWEwiT^FtyKYEARS'SUCCESSFUrHECORP^  MONEY can buy advertising space,, but it can't buy a  quarter century's successful record of wonderful and  almost miraculous cores of tbe most difficult and  intricate cases of throat, lung and stomach troubles. Such is  Psychlne's record. Thousands of cases* given up by leading  doctors as hopeless and incurable bave been quickly and permanently cured by Psychine. It is an infallible remedy for  coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, consumption, indigestion,  loss of appetite and all wasting disuses.  "My sod had s. terrlblo ooorh and  wu wasted to a shadow. Doctors  ���aid he could not lire. He used Pay.  chine, it cared him."���Mim. J. Banger, BrookvlUe.  '��� Attn taking ti.00 worth* of Psychine my lungs are wall and lite U  again worth liTing."���Mm L Bleb-  ards, Marriott* Core, N.8.  " My lunm are now sound aa a bell  alter nalng Fiyohlna."���H. Bobbins.  Bridgebnrsr, Ont  m "Psychine aared my life."���A.Wal-  dan, 7 Cornwall St, Toronto.  Psychine Never Falls  ,   AT ALL DBADERS, 80c and 11.00 A B0TTL8  Psychine has no Substitute  )0c and 11.00 A BOTTU3     ***  DR.T.A. SLOCUM, Limited. 179 KlrutSt. W..Toronto.  W��'$��$?:%  THE  wall decorations come from using  Alabastine.    Write to-day for our book,  "Homes, Healthful and Beautiful." -   It  demonstrates in beautiful tri-color illustrations  how Alabastine will make your home more  attractive and sanitary.    It shows how easy it  is to apply Alabastine, how little it costs and  gives many suggestions for home furnishings.as  well as for wall decoration.  Band ten cents for a copy of " Homes, Healthful  jSMl-Beautiful," with many dainty, now ideas  for the decoration of your home.  Alabastine is sold by hardware end paint dealers  everywhere���a 5 pound package for 50 cents.  Ask your dealer (or tint card.  NEVER SOLD IN BULK.  LTD  m    W1U-OW  STREET. PARIS, ONT mi'sW"  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Published in tbe interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  CNION  Murderers Executed.  LABEL  BATES OF SUBSCBlrnOJ-.  Oao Year..  ,.��2.00  SATURDAY, MARCH, 16.1907.  Jbe Slaughter of Snakes.  Ob, St. Patrick was s.g,eutlem��n,  Who came of decent people; .  He built a church in Ifublin town,  And on it put a steeple  His father wasa Gallagher;  Hi." m ither was a Brady;  His aunt*was an O'Shaughnessy,  His uncle an Q'Grudv.  jgo success attend St. Patrick's list,  For he's a saint so clever;  Qb, he give the snakes   arit|   toads   a  twist,  And bothered tbem forever!  Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day.   >-���#-.   Campbell and Kamm are all right,  aU right.  *. ����i  To telephone or telegraph  Is always futilo labor;  Jf you'd spread news just notify  Your wife to teleneighbor.���-Puck.  The annual report on criminal sl&-  tisiics.just issued by the department  of justice, states thatdurini5- the last-  fivo years 47 persons have been convicted jn Canada on tbp "pharge of  murder. Not all of these w��nt to the  gallows, howeyer, Ijut 20 had the death  sentence commuted to imprisonment  for life. Tho other 27 stiff-red the  extreme punishment fit the Jaw. During the last four years there have been  17 communications aud 17 executions  Ot the 47 mi;rderers, 13 appear to have  been French, seven Indian, and nine  foreigners.  I. O. 0. F.  WMdey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  04d Fallows cordially invited.  A. M/j.pF/i.ttM.NE,    .   F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secj?y.  New Feature on C. P. R.  The Canadian Pacific R.tilway Co,,  announce a now feature for the con-  vouience of second class passengers  travelling via tho new Empresses from  St. John: On March 21st, April 4i,h,  l��th and M.iy 2nd., Tourist Sleeper-  will be run from Montreal direct to  the steamer at St. John, ber'.h rate  ������FJ..25. This gives for the first timj*  direct through tourist slcepor service  for passengers making the Atlantic  trip. For reservations or further particulars writ,* J. S. Carter, I). P. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  Andrew Carnegie will be asked to  {contribute towards Moyie's new fire  hall to tbe extent of donating a fire  bell. The people here would peal  ;[AndyV praises for evermore if he  will only ;'come through."  It is a deplorable condition of affairs  when labor unions quarrel with each  other, as is now the case at both Ton-  upah and Goldlields, Nevada. It  jvouid appear from . press reports that.  most of the'trouble is caused by proles-'  eional agitators.  Tbe editor of the Leader almost had  * t  an attack of heart failure this week.  ���Some timo ago he sent a rush order to  ,W. J. Gage & Co., Toronto, for some  printer's; supplies and hqd. them  flipped , by5 express. ,The gobdd in  Toronto cost $1(3.3^ and the '-.impress  on them from Toronto .to - Moyie was  $1075, or 45 cents'more than the- original "cost of the - goods. Yet we are  .often asked to compete with Toronto  prices on job printing. .>  . .a*.��� -  - Rossland Miner: The three Social-  ^ ...��  ists, headed by Hawthornthwaite, in  the B. C. legislature reiused to ride  ���when Lie-qtenant-GjOyernor Dunsrauir  enterpd tbe house.   It h^s always been  the custom qf the members of provin-  ��� ,        *   ���  . i i   i, * ��� *  ' cial legislatures to rise and show their  respect to the representative qf the  King or Queen when they enter. parliamentary tjO.dMe^ fo.ft^e" pqrpQsa' of  delivering    the   speeches   from   the  "Th"ro"ne7Y~it'wasTTpieoe'of boorishness"  I.    "'   '*',  and at the same time a display of dis-  loyalty which will not redound' to the  credit of the Socialists either  in   this  or any other province in t-he Dominion.  It was also a personal insult fo tbe  Lieutenant-GjVjrnor.   It re\oalo  the  T; '   >  ��� i *  '  '-  innate disloyalty of - the Solialiats,  which they would like to display on a  larger qcale were tl-ey possessed of  euflicient numerical strength to do  so.  NOTICE.  Tdke notice that I, J, A. Goupill,  intend to apply to the Board of Licence  Commissioners for Ihe Cranbrook district at their regular meeting to be held  on June 15th,,1907, for a transfer from  me to glimmers & Thomp*qn of the  licence fjr the Manhattan liotpl situate  at the,town of Moyie, B. O.  Dated this 13 h day of March 1907-  C'SgnV.) J. A. Goupill.  St.  Joseph's   CQnyent.  NELSOIT, B. C.  hoarding and Day School conducted by thg Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progr-ise cbaraoteaize each department, parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  comnunoe January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM F.)  Certifioatk of Improvements,  NOTICE.  "Cambrian" Mineral Claim, situate   in the  Fort Steele Mining Division of Hast Kootcnny  District.     ...  ^Vhcre located:���Adjoining and to west end of  the Crown Granted tninu'ral claim "Lake Shore"  at Mo./ic, EnsiTKaotenny, if, C.  --TAKENOTIUEtiiati:,-ChnrlCB    A.  MaeKay.  F. M. C. NorB.,7C2 acting ns agent for Tho Black-  MacKay MlnlDg Company, Limited,  Nou  Personal Liability, Free Miner's Cqrtific No, B. MB,  intend,  sixty  days from the date  ljcrcof,  to  apply to the Minim; Recorder for a  Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  4'Crojya Grgnt Of t'tie abovo claim.  ', Ana'furth'er take notice that action, under  section 37,-must bo commencod   before tlio issuance of Bjicb Certificate.-)' Improvcrapnts.  Dated this 12th day or February, A. P. 1007.  C'l.YKLES A. MACIyAY.  ;���       " NOTICE. .     -'  NOTICE \c hereby given - that 30, days after  date, I iutend to apply to the Honorablo Coin-  missjqi}q'(* of Lands and Works for a special  license to qut nud carry aw iy timber from the  following-' described lands, situate iu East  Kootenay, to i*jit:���C'ora-iiericin*5* at a poit  planted ou the North East bank of tho North  V\*est Fork of tho Elk River above the Canyon  and situate iiear the Northern Boundary of K.  PodbielahcHt's , cos,l" claim, thenco East 40  chaius, theu6e North 80 chain5!, thenco VtVst  80chaIns7tlieuw^olSlf80^1iflni7~tlicuc^East~  40cbr.lnsto point of commencement.  Dated the 16th day of January, 1907  '"���'���    ^.J. pARQUHAHSOf*.  . E.a- GWYHNE  Cigar's,       Tobacco,     -  Coufction***ry  "\ t   '      Fruits,Etc    />_���     >  FARRELL BLOCK, "  A GREAT COUGH CUR3  is how physicians describe our cough  medicine. Such praise is valuable, for  ���with a bottle of our remedy in the  house many calls from the doctor may  be saved.  TIIE BEST TIME TO CURE  a cough is when it begins. A few  doses of our cough syrup then will do  the work thorqugbly and "quickly.  Better lie prepared for emergencies by  buying a bottle now.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  BUY YOUR  Oie^arSs  Tobacco &m  TROM  A B, Stewart  & Co.  Agent  for- .Crows'  Nost  ' Steam Laundry.  C:  ���THE  II  DKSA.CX.NIIT'K KKOS,   Propa.  Lar^e sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Queens avknue,        moyie, b. c  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ckasbrqok axd Moyie.  ��� ���   ���      i       j.   m,m~*mm.mmmu^m,n9       -M ,    ���  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37.  K. Of P.  - Meets evsry Thursday  ���vening    in   McGregor  hall at �� o'clock.   Vis.-  iiing biotbers invited.  0.  A. Foote,  '      Thos-5. Marsden,  Chance Hor Com. K. R, and S.  Moyfe   Miners'   F-^ion  No. 71 VV. F, of  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. '' Sojournjng members  are cordially invited to attend.,  J. L. Ginaovs,.        Jas.  Robert's,  ^ President.' '   Secretary  GREAT    BARGAINS  IN  $250  Buys lot and large building, suitable  forhouse .pr barn, on Victoria' street.'  1  am*fmmm%+tm-  Harvey,    McOart^r &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  WW  W. P, GFRD,  CRANBROOK,  B.C  C. H.DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. P. B. MILES,  Cranbrook, B, C.  George H. Thompson, .  Bahristkk, Solicitoe, No  -5ll.  tary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK,      Beitish Columbia  '$1,800  Lot and seven room  house.   House  well fipisbed and in good location.  #600  Lot in   center  of  business^district  witn small building.  $400   .  Will buy four room houso and two  lots. .$2QQ down ami balance on time.  W.R. BEATTY  ./ Embalmer and jJndertaker,  Phone 89. ..      CRANBROOK.  Wm. Jewel^  .'/   , Ml **} "*   y  Express and General   Delivery   Bugi-  ���ness.    Livery and  Feed Stable."  ���> ������   Leave Orders at    --''  .   GWynne's Store.  i i  MOYIE/ British Columbia.  --NO CURE--  NO PAY.  If your watch does not give  entire satisfaction ' after we  have repaired it your money  wil} he. cheerfully .refunded.  - -%\7      r%     nr-nst ia *   r*tt/ ��   ���"w���jrrDKumtc y~ ���  MOYIE WATCHMAKER.  Under New  Management.  CQgMOPOLITON  HOTEL.  P, JF HIGGfNS,    Prop.  The Miners' Headquarters  S&M*DI'AlCl*;i  COLONIST JKATES  *'i .i .  -" '-_���    . to    .   * -  Kootenay and North Pacific  ��� . Co^st,  From All  Points.  OxtariOj   Quebec,  Maritime Provinces,  St, Paul,  Chicago, and  United StateS.     ''  QN SALE DAILY  till April 30,  "Send for your friends while the rates  are low.   Full particulars on - application to local scents or write.-  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  $300  Two,-room house anjl1- lot, in good  location,  House rents for $8 a month.  $700  Largs warehouse and lot on Victoria  street.  $4,qoo  *   ���        .    >-  Large boarding house close to mine.  All furnished and ready to move in.  s. *^  Foui roo*qi house apd lot.    Good  location.  $300  *��� ' T     M "  Three houses bringing in a rental of  ���J3-1 a month. ^  $850  -Seven   room   house* on   Tavistock  street,  Good residential lot ia r,Farrell  addition.  ���W  $850  Two lqts and   two room  house on  Lake street.  Eleven residential lofs in lake Shore  addition.  $600 ���  I|oi)se and lot, and garden.  $7-3  I it  Will buy'Rood residence lot,  $176  Lot in Farrell addition.  Eight lots in Lake Shore addition at  a b��rgam.  $135  Good lot in Qoyemment addition.  1     ���     ���*���     . V       % . me *4-     V��-��      J*     *  TOE CANADIAN BAN!  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLIStfED 1807  B. E. "WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, GanenU isimager  A. H. IRELAITP, 6np��rinteiident of  Branches        '   - ' ''"'  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,0!  Rest,   - '-   -      5,000,00]  Total Assets, - 113,000,0f  Branches thronghoat Canada, and in; the United States and Engian^  BANKING  BY  MAIL 8s  Business may bie transacted by mail with any branc  of the Bank.   Accounts may be opened and. deposiS  made or -withdrawn by madly   Every attention is pai!  to out-of-town accounts,  CRANBROOK BRANCH. . F. C. MALPAS. M|  These are only a few of the many bargains   we,  have.  Just chpqse the lot or piece of property you desire and*-call  on us.   Ten chances tq one it is on our list.  *��� ��� ,       '  The time tp buy Real Estate is when the market is on  rise.    Moyie. is a great camp,   Why not own a home in it?  FARREIL & SMYTH.  4 * _ *  Insurance.    Real Estate.    Collections.  .. i. i��. '^a^.  DRINK,  BEER.  The Beat Bottled Bear made in Canada today.  For QUALITY and PURITY it is UNEXCELLED-  A/L?MeDBRMOT  Wholesale Wine, and Spirit' Merchant.  Cranbrook SOLE AG-ENT B. C  y*\  ���m -.' ^.^.1  \ Comfortable  pooms a$J  Best of     :  Table BoaFd,  Suinmers & Thoinpigpn.  PROPllIJ!.TOlis!  A. I,  HicKiLLQP  A^B AYlil f  P. BURNS & GO  WHOLESALE ANI*   RETAIL  MEAT    MERCHANTS  Fresh ap4 Gyred Meats, Fresh  *   Fish, Game ai}i Poultry.   We  su^y' only  t^e best.    Your  trade solicited.  MAKKBT8  In   all  tho  Principal  Cities and   Towns, in  British Columbia  . MQTFIE, B. G.  -     .      S^OT AT THJS  COSMOPOUTAN  Everything for Furriishing or  Fitting up a Home  :$T THE.  Cranbrook Go-Operative Stores  JilMLITEB.  .���TJTJJ-.-ff" -jr --S��^i -1  1  and Ready-To-Wear  OPENING,  Tuesday, March I5itl\ a.nd[ fqllpwing days.  IA      Reid & Company extend to. the. ladies  of Moyie. J  W a very cordial invitation td, visit thei,r   disjplay   of  # Spring Millinery and Ready-to-wears.  j/K      A large assortment of wh^te Blouses have just  w? arrived,  f  w QRANBROOK, B. C.  REID & CO,  MOYIE    HOTEL.  P. F. J0EMS10M  This Hotel is New a^d wejl Furnished -Thq  Tables are Supplied with the Best the!  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with]  . the Best Brau^^ of Liquors and Cigars^  HEADQUABTEBS FOB COWMEBCIAL  AND MINING MEK  "K   MOYIE  BRITISH COLUMBIAjj  -^ 5-  -*���<  J.B CARTKU,  Diit, Pass. Act  Sm\��p,  E. J. COYLB,  A����'t Gon). Pass, Agt  Vancouver.  NEI.SQN,  B.C  0. F. UE3AULNIER  WHEN IN  qiianbiipob:  B. B. BMALI., IMauauor.   /'  Good rooms, good .tables and bar  and, first classsample rooms. ,  mm  -  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^re.     MOYIE  A. 0RENIER,  .    Cranbrook,, B, C.  AWNINQ MAKER,  TARPAULIN,  BLANKET MAKER.  Made pn short notice and at  lowest prices.    *  Moyie Beer  As mads by t^io yregpiit fcrewei; i��  twtyuljedly  tlie  Best Beer in ^Jast ^ootenay. With (he Best Malt and    J  the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled Ior quality,  Jus^stpn living Moyie Bepf,       .   . ** ,  Bottled and Draft Beei\  wnw  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C,  i<  .  f  . >>\


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