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 I*  Jw  fyJty^wtA  f     %r ���"--- J*'5*5*;'^,f  5 -   * -j, ���ft  i      .- -. i-' -.Si  Myes carefully  tested.  A' proper fit guaranteed.  WILSON, Optician.  3P^��S?.'S*  iO'.'.r **:<",���:J:  Cojye. ;caroful - aUeritVon,  J  - t ��� . J "(. ���> t"'9  ^ISMi'leH with .us  WILSON/tlie Jewolcr.'-Y  VOL, 9, NO 50.  MOYIE, B. Q.,    MARCH- 23.  1907,  /*"  Something New*;  1 Fresh vegetables from the'southernUnarkets, -^  ,willatriyc(-tb-day)'c6'mposed of Dr. Barbers -Hot- '%  -T  house'L&TTUCErRHUBARB, RADISHES, ONIONS, AS-" W  4   PARAGUS; etc.     '    " '   " '       '���"������',      '     .W  We .are ,'rlow in a position, to fill   all* your jL  orders i\\ FRESH EGGS and,Butterl  Eggs are declin- **p  ing in price,and,it will be .well to   see   our. prices  before do^ug .your, buy ing.' '  "���*���- ��� '\ '  -     "y-  S PASSED  Vote  On    It  Unanimous,  Was  V  GENERAL, NEWS  NOTES.  Rossland has 213 t&lepboaes.  C mada has enougl, land Jo give eat h't  inhabitaut'400 acre?,  rf''  The teachers'  convention* 'will   be  hold in Nelson on April'2", 3 and 4/  .. ,TVq payroll jit Phoeniis- last month,  w**s $55,000. Tins is said lo be smaller  ina i usual.  .'J ,  Bill Provides. That No .Person  Around' Smelter   Shall  Violate Law.  To take the place of Japanese lnb'or.  thtf -Ureal Northern railroad is" saitl to,  bu imporcing negroes from Missouri.  t^s&3=f=-"-��S-55*5"&&*"-^��3S*> * s&'f&'f&'-r^  Goat  Stocks-  �����*.  V'  are" today the best-stocks to invest in.  International Coal & Ooic *, /Alb jrta Goal & Coke,  Nicola Coal & Coke, , -   .. B.;Q. A-rait-gutiated^  Wire or1,Write.      "*   -       ',-./,'  Wt*s .���   <��'  , Br Gi  The Eight .Hour smeller' bifl w'a3  passed by tbe Legislative Assembly -at  Victoria. The vote was unanimously  in favoi- of it. Ths act 6hall come into force on th'e first day" of Marcfi,  1908, and it provides that "No jSoTBon  shall be employed in or about' any  smelter, sorting, ..handling, removing  oi,smelting ores or matte in any stage,  of prcpavatioo.'for a longer period'thari  ,eigtft. bo"ursin any twenty four hours.'"  Celebrated  53rd, Birthday. .  L-ist Wednesday was JLhe"fifty-third  birthday of Mrs. I. Whitehead,' v-ho "is  conducting the boardiog hofise at -ihe  uppyr. \vorking3 of; the St., JSugeue  mine." In honor of tbe  dcoa'ssion  her  The Timothy Eaton estate Ins. already paid the Onlurio governmrnl  $100000 on account of succession  difMes. / ���_ '     -  H, W. C^. Jtckaon has. commenced  th* publication of the.Wallace Miner.  Jackson was at one time], publisher of  the Kpssland Miner.    _     . c.  DAILY TRAINS  ; ��� APRIL 1ST  Over Spokane^ International' Railway,  no-if  J.' S. Cartr will Move From  Nelson and Handle Spo-*  kane End.  '"' " "^"*���'" :,--BEt^EEN"':|,!  ;]. the-TW'p..  ''he' difference, is /onIyL-si'iSj'''*  ti at te r o f> t as t s ���* aucf ii a��f e'w  cents 'in  price. '. ?onie ���  peoplo* 'prefer   Moehfi, ]  '��� others--J&va. * PcojJo' //  may   say . that tea, , J  ,   ' and coffee are not  '.^���iV VKAU  l?  ;.'-��� Yr'-i-J*^  <**}  healthy drinks".   Nonsense!  thoy are abu'sed* by'   exebs?',  Liko- everything else;-  . -V/ci-'-soIl   the pure,;  A court'of revision of the provincial  voters' lists nill*be held on Miy 6th  The provincial voters' lists are used  also in DoiJiinioi*. elections.  The hodc5%rrier?jnSppkane are asking for an* advance ln.-'wagpa. The  mortar mixers want $4 and those work-  ing-with the pasterers wont-Ji'l 50 a day.  It. A. Eenwick, an old ��� time newspaper man of Nelson, has received his  appointment as Deputy'Chief Comis-  sionor of Lands and Works at Victoria.  , Fernie will have an up'-to'datav80\ver-,  as*e system.    At thq'^lafit, meeting, oL  EV^ETTHINa  fdceries  -r^AT-  it.. j   {���_ ���  ^���^h.   on^  t.e council of that City.tho clerk   w.is  daughters arranged'for a party,,and    . ��� 5        .-    '- T  '   ���u> iustrvu0ted to advertise for ten Ier��  for  the install-tiou-of tho qeVvera.  sent out  invitations   to their   many.  friends in town.,  In  response   a   big  crowd of young,, old   and   middle aged  climbed the hill and took part in the  celebration. * As . they  hill they Memb-ed very much a crowd]-n minlng   wUh- ^ rb.8th(,r>   Ju,lge  of Klondykers in theeavly diyB going-, WLalen.   Tha Napanpe will in future  Tom Whalen', of the -Napau-sq hotel  !at Fernie, "is   moving" b^ck , to   the  *-3C'erided>Jl!^Coeur d'Alenes, where he will engige  bo maniged by P^t Whalen'.  o*.;er the Chilkoot    Pass.   But -when  thVy rbached*  their   destination they  did not regret their trip, for'- the time  of their lives was' in  s.tore   ior them.  The spacious dining room was decor-  atud with -flags and bunting, and^therff  was a ..bountiful Bupply of good tilings j year of 'lOOOi ' Ths*" total   number" of  to eat.   There   was   square  dancing, oases reported last year was 81,'while  The records at-the health ofli-e at  Spokane show that there wero more  cases of measles in ihe oity'duriag ihe  past"-month than during, the  entire  The Spokesman-Review ��� of March  17th saya: Commincing April 1, the  S{u;k>ine International Railway.   c�� sj5-:  piny will put on alOcd-xlaily * passenger service between Spokane and 23<u>f  port, leaving Spokane about' 6; a/m.  nnd arriving at Spokane about 8'p. m ;  connectirie; at-Kingsgiite with  Canadian Pacific Railway company'traios  tor Moyi**, Cranbrook, Fernie, Michel,  Frank, McEcod.-Calgary,   Banff, - EJ-  monton and all points in ��he Canadian  'northwest ;.and at Calgary and,"Medicine Hat with main line train's ,of  tbe  Canadi'-n Pacific for all points west, "to  Vancouver'and east' to Mo-itreal   and  via llih Soo line from Portal, f'>r   Minneapolis and ��>'. Paul..    '  Ah *ut June 17 a daily,through. pas-  ce'nger service will be inagurated ybe-  fw. en Spo'iane, Minneapolis and St.  Paul,'with an c*i|iipompnt consisting  of entirely, now, solid, vbstibl; e " trains  uow* being completed/'exproisly.for  this sorvicr*', due*" notice of. which-will  'eftgi;-eri.ttb,tbe.Rul*lio.      " ',  jJosepb 8* C.Vrler, district passenger  jgentfor the Canadian Pacili; road,  was' iu town from "Nelson, B. C , his'  present headquarters. He will remove  to Spokane iu tbe near future, occupying offices in the Corbin building to  be erected at,,'he O..R. &  when "the^'latter's  moved,,  w-liolesoaTe'Jcihds-that yoii-like^.,  -      ,'���. GROCERIES-  in great variety���palate'pleasnig'.an'd price tem'ptr.  ing. ' Ask -thy purse' what thou.shbuldst  buy'5 and^/  it' will say oiir'groceries.. ���,  a5SE^g^SS3S32S5a35^SK2SS2SEa  LOCAL NEWS.  FITCH'  ^. '      MOYIE'S" LEADING   HOTEL. . '  * [?  -ir  -TX^-5f5ij-^jZ-A  m-m-A-l  ���*��k_tr&j-rv\  noim���ftoqtenay  The best of accommodations  for" the Traveling" Public.  I^args, and'.Commodious Sample Eooms.       t    Billiard Rooms.  '" M6TAVISH& CAMERON Proprietors.,  "i^sr-ww W itswWW W W W^v^ WWWW *Jvs~zv^ W^^ .:^rww W'  round danjeing-rstep dancing and othbr  form3 of entertaiument, subh as sing-"  atrd musical selections, and it was'almost four the next morning when the  crowd again marched d'**wn the hill to  tlVrUune, "The Cock, of the North,"  played by Joe McLaren on the accord  djan. Mrs: V/Jiitehead was the recipient of many valuable present*, and  Vie very heartiest wishes of oyerypue  for a long and prosperous life.  There was a peculiar coincidence in  connection with Mrs. ^VhUehead's  birthday. On the very day of her cel-  ebr.itiou���sh& received a p.ip'or froiu  ���Knarefaborougb, England, containing  a graphic account of the celebration of  her mother's Sfth birthday.  the number of cases in, JP-abrmry 'or:  -     * i .  this' year totaled SM,      -  .   "  Mr. Crosby Is Building.  i  A Qre was caaaed in tho Manning  avenue school iii Toronto this week by  coal dropping from the stove in the  principal's private room. About GOO  children were in the building and all  marched out without, confusion5 iu a  minute and a quarter. Tlie fire wa8  extinguished with little loss.  N.  comer  Boar! of Trade Talk,  v..  i&  ^  1*1'  ../  M t *  '%Jr*<\  That'20TH tW)  S.L ^   r  the very m��'    '  wear, tHv** CENTURY BRAND Men's. Fine Tailored Garnients-  in ToV-T ma^-e ��-* clothes that n-U.^-j^best dressed travellers  cap/f, the clothes that are,^orn by tHolir"��nd8ofvyiouiig men  fj&. Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg.and all the leading Cities,  /' qan be obtained right here. Dozens of patter^, to choose  from���great style, great lit, moderate price.  W. H. F. Crosby intends soon loem  birk in   businecs.   He   is excavating  for the foundation of   his   naw   store,  .which'will be built just, north, of  the  International notol.    M.  Crosby lost  everything by fire a   sl'iqft   time  ago,  bat the people of the   town   came   to  his assistance and raised over $400 , for.  him.   He assured tho Leader represeu  tatrte yesterd iy that his stock would  be larg r and better th in cy-*r, and   ho  will Invvi-iy nui'h pk-a-=ed to ngiin   bo  able to beivi* his many old pitron.-*.  B:en Across the Pond.  LADIES',.ANsD MEN'S   FURNISHER;.  TnE   LEADlNtt  **���;, p..'     ������-���,���������" .  ���        ''.-���- ���, ���.:''���.���'������    ''  s^j/^-WWWW.->> *����� *^,-v- -*is-^5--/js w^WW^r^W^ ��� ���- ^*'v-'vf7vS_-��vi5"^vr WV\  I "\  an  SAVINGS. DEPARTEENTo,  Deposits of $1.00, gi'upwards received.  Thpre is no better investment lha*i-i. a Savjngs  Banjc, deposit.  y"     Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  ' Interest   allowed-at, current  rates   and   oom*-  >' piur.dpd twice a year,  rORANBSOOK BRANCH;  Messrs. Campbell and Kamm report  having had a pleasant and profitable  triri.to Greenwood, where tlioy went  la3t week to-attend the meeting of the  Associated Boards of Trade. TiifTdele"  gales were shown every attention possible by the citis5*n3 of that town, G.  O. Buchauau,president; Fred Storkey,  vice-president, and A, B. Mackenzie  were all re-elected. As was stated in  last week's Leader, ,the next meeting  of the Associated Boards will be held  in, Moyie. .  The Gun Club.  British Columbia':  ^ At Ottawa the calculation has been  made, in" connection with tlie new  scule of "subsidies for the provinces  from the federal treasury in accordance  with the understanding reached last  fall that the now grants will increase  the subsidies to the provinces, by the  lollowing,Bums:  Ontario, $783,585: Q<iebec, Sfo'00,8G0;  Nova Scotia, ^175,C:"i9'; British Columbia $213,000; New Brunswick, $132,-  530; Albert.!, $130,000; Saskatchewan,  $65,315; Prince Elw-\rd Island.  $ HO, 120.    _ .  Distinguished Visitors.  The fishing season opens on the 23th.  Mi?s Walter is up Trom, Cranbrook  on a short visit.   .  ' Gentleman st-king for Mr."Skelly in.  October. Please \vrito and stud ad-"  ({ress to Fernie P. O. /   -  E. A*. Il'dl >v.is in,.Cranbrook Tu��*e-  day attending a special,meeting'of tho'  licence cSinmission'eis.-*   -  5-1"        r ,. J *  R >H.'-i:ii.*',wnrt and sister Mvern" over  froTn Rossland on a visit the first of  the week.  .-- ' .-    '  ' Superintendent- White of' tho St.  Engcn3 w>ii *in Spokane .tins wtok\  vsiting with his'fumily.    .   ,  F.irrell & Smyth have many bir-  gains in real esiate.^'Look over thoir  Nbw Yobk���Bar  silver, CSVvcent-T5'',-  pad, $6.   '���    ;���>--   f'li " i-tr'x,'!.'" '.;  Londos���Lend,'  Items .from Crsetorf.;  "Lirid in the raw stale around Gr^s���'-f  ton is 8eljing Ut ^10v) per acre. . ,L~'S~  " Geo. G. Mead, -proprietor -of 'the""  Creston Hoiue. is'buildinga 2lx>-16-.ul-^.  ditiqn lo.his hotol. out of wliioh lie wi'.l'--  mike ten bed minis, a sun uie rooai  and a laundry. .*><Ti)ead.IiuunJwillrcodf>  nbout $1100, and it will lakejat^'exlra*- >  $U00,to lurniall it. '*��� >-'-// :?'\'i',~.,- ��� ., , ,,  , .Gjo -JMuhro also find-* he,is-nro'-vdei 1"���' '"fc-/,^***  tor room, an !���-already,h;��s the lutnUS���;"-;*. ^,, -,. ^f  on the ground foreuhrrging'hisVh-jteV.i'Y - , i-^  rhts.ad-jrtion wiir.be   2t.x30*l"and''i*v >~ j  ''  Jj.  ���./���"���-  "j-^A.--  Spol* <-min-I!eview: Jivvo-. Cr nin  exp-'i ti lo s.ul froiii 15 i^l md for N\ w  'York ji'-out March 20. He will he in  Ni'W York Miiieh 27 and'wi'-l reach  Spokace bciw <'n Apiil I md 13.  Nine 11 urs for  -An.  All outside men at tho St. Eu.\-r*n6  mine are now working but nine' hours  a day, and the whistle blows at fi-e  o'c'ock each evening instead of s;x.  There hits been no   reduction   id   the  pay- -  Dance   At   Kootenay  J, F. M. PINKHAM, Manager,  x&-  ���A'thifaA --^L.-A'B^, r.v rfr rf> -rfr -A- -rf> ^  St. Patrick's D.iy was obsgrvod by, a  dance being given at the Hotel Kootenay Monday night. Although gotten  up on short notice it was a big success.  Sinking Uke Shore Shaft.  The Lake Shore shaft at the St. Eugene mine is to be sunk another 150  feet. It is now dow.n 425 _ feet. Work  lias already commenced.  Tho members of the Movie Gun Club  held tbuir regular weekly shoot Thursday afternoon. Following is a list Of  Ihe contestants a'id the number of  cUy pigeons broken  by each:  J, H. Alexander " 23 out of 25  E. O. Kamm      19 "'  A.W.Davis      18 '���  IL P. Large       18  ,W'. P. Bromley...'    17 "  R. Campbell '     8 *��  Center Star's   New Hoist".  The n-aehinery is arriving.daily for  the new hoist at the Center Star mine  at R issland. It is the largest hoiet at  a lod-j tri;n3 in Canada. It -Bill take,  1100 horse po'ver to operate it, and it  has a capacity of hoisting ten tons  from a depth of 2000 feet at.a speed of  2000 feet, per  minute.  Resuit of  the Vote.  A short timo ago a vote was taken  among the miner-*, smelter men and  lumber men working in the Kooteuays  and the Boundary for tbe purposo of  getting an opinion on the enforcement  of the Lord's Day Act. The result  was 80S in favor of enforcing the act,  and 1,103 again**t,  11/Ciowe of Winnipeg, manager of  the Bi*av*T Lumber Company, is here  with J. A. Dewar of Nelson, rnanagor  of the Porto Kico 1 umber Company  They are here on a tiip of inspection  and,arc looking ov< r their properly  wi'h G, W. Oichaid, tbe local manager.  The hitter company is now a branch  of the forni.T, tney having been merged only a short tinip ago.  Had Bad Fall.  A man namOd McDonald, baggageman on tho Crow's Nesh Branch, fell  33 feet from tin v-.h-.rf at KoHonay  Lmdinh' ycsterdny afternoon, lie was  brought to Nul.son and tended by.^ Dr.  ilarton at thu II >mo hospital. Foi-  tun itely no broken bonoj or internal  injuries resulted, and he will recover  iiom his braises iu a few days.���Nelson Canadian.  Cosmopoljiaa Hotel Sold.  Another hotel deal has been made  in.Moytio. Tho Cosmonolita:*- ho'.L-l  was Sold a few days ago by Alberdt  Stephensor, the owner, to II. II. Dimock and John IlagKiriy, The piice  paid, it is said, was $-1,303. The new  owners-will take posbetsion on the  17th of April. The hotel has been  under louse to P. J. lliggms.  ay  The "Merry' Wiva' Whist -Club;'  met at the home ot Mrs, Foote Thu.rs-->  day afternoon.  W. ts M.igee, with tbe Cranbrook  Co-Operativo Stpres, was io town yesterday.  The window of, the Moyie Drug &  Stationery store was* decorated very  appropriately for.St. Patrick's Day.  E. O. Kamm. and. wife returned  home Sunday. Mrs. Kamm stopped  off at Trail and vi-dted with friends,  whilo Mr, Kamm was at Greenwood,  E. T. Howard is lpaving to'lay on p  FripniPKirniloop3"T"ftri'dr"Enderbyr--lIe  ha3 purchased a piece af Und.abo'it  four milos from thu latlor place.  The L-idics of tho Methodist church  will e-Lvn a social in the McGregor hall  oh Friday, April 12th. Further particulars later.  Mrs. Schander, Mrs. Walls and  daughter returned to Missoula, Mont,  lasl.Sunday. They took with thorn  Iho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Goniad.  Piplinvn-iry announcement: A  mu-ical program will be rendered in  Ihe Methodist Church on Easter Sunday, March 31st, in cojtinctiou with  the regular service.  FOB SALE��� ohenp for cash, on*-*  double barrelled Rrminelon sb"1 K��u-  12 Kangp, autoniitic i-jeclor, nnd ono  303 Savage rille. W. P. Bwmloy,  watchmaker.  Mrs, A P<ncliPV, drp��p��n'ikpr and  costumier. Care Mis A. C. Clarke,  Mr. J. H. B. Jickson, the distin-  guis-hed youn-r pianist and travpb'r, i*-  at present   visiting   Moyio.     ltd   Ins  tiling-* in sh ipi�� fur-biisioedd ��_h fan'*.," as*  posJiblJ.  -He has 10J lii'Hd   ol cittlf,  and is now building a.biru whioli' Will      - ,  accomodate tbis number.    Hu wciie'ctsY  to incroisc his stock  as  the ,bu��ini>RS  dem inds, and it is his intention.to ���Jh'p'  milk   to    Nelson,   M-iyie   and "other,~-  points.-    r ��� ��� " -   .-  A stock syndicate-jiTvle   up of '* 33 ,  members, have' pbrcrjo*8����d',' a ^plpt-of-, "  ground   from   tho- Oro.-tton .3.'owu*aite,?i��-  compiny, which they  wdl   olejir "hik(  '-  fence and use as a cemetery.   The of-  ���  ficursaro:  F. Gk Lulle, piesii'ent; Geo.  Uutchcrott,   treasurer;'    aud   Arthur",,  O'Kell, secretary.  The nipmbeis of   the   Presbvterian  N) Danger in Cranbrook.  The 8nudlp'*x eitimion in Cranbrook  bas buen.g'ioa'slv' exn��uerated on tho  outside. As a in ltior of fact there aru  only four pvri-ons in qnarentiup, and  there h ivo been no new cim-s for  seventeen days. The dis,*v.ee is nrac-  * licnily eradicated,  church haves procured tin acre of "land  from F. G. Littlo an 1 will p')->-i b *cin  tho erection of a church, lt ti in a  very desirable location.  Tlifi Creston meat' nt irk<*t It i*-  changed h md3. Fiank Pultuaii has  .disposed of his interest to-. Mesars.  Levorick & S'ewart.  Tho O, P. R. have reserved a cortiin  portion of land eist of their depot,  wh-rch thoy intend lo uae for side track  purpofes,  Si. Patrick's D iy was celi-br.it-d by  a ball given by th* Crnston biuliolur*.  Many were present from Port Hill, nnd  Sppora' bull wis nicely (i-led. Tne  b'chelors looked after everything and^  ihey did llioir w��jik  well.  Millinery   Opening.  Mrs. Otis Ilei-rett has arnngod for a  millinery opening in E. A. ILli'a alore,,  b"ginning the lir-it of thi week,  WATCH   BEPAIRTNG.  As 0. P. R. wiiteh  Iii-*pec-,  roached herq after-,many  stransp nndJtorS wo arc 'ux   iX    position    to  w.ird adventure-   to   his   i.>t8rcBti.,S ��� "0pail. your watcli LhoroUghl.V-  so a.s to make  journeys across Cut.ida.  Mrs. Biccliler arrived homo this  wpi'k from l.htiPiist, wh��re she and h?r  hushanrl wer& sp��ndiug the winter.  Mr. Bicchtcr ilil not return nwitii ''t-i  iho -r-wtb of hi- fhtlu-r. *lle will bp  here about a week later.  liios. Marsden, fur Fovcr.il months  head S'lhs-nnn in R. Cunpb -ll'i store,  l.-ft this i-'pt'k. for Kilownn, vhcre h"  has acocplfda romoii-ible {ntsitinn in  a largp store. Ilia family will move  thrrc later. Mr. Mar-idcn m-dc ni inj  fiicnda ffhilt l.cro.  timo  keeper.  satisfaction. ���  Mr. E. A.  lent.  "i'A.  it   i\   reliiihle,  We guarantee  of. Movie is o-*u*  W.,F. TATS & SON  Jewelers an l   Giariirite Op,ii5i>nsi  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Q'lioial W itch Iuspnoi->r In C   P  Cro\/'s N-,-51 I'.'.io D>vM>uu.  .-i'i WUI1W'  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  i  ��i     * * t. *  UNION Hrtg&i? tACEL  Murderers Executed,  BATSS OF SOBSCRirTlOU.  Oao Year - -T2.00  SATURDAY, MARCH, 16.1907.  fhe Slaughter of Snakes.  Ob, St. Patrick va.u a gqfjtlemin,  Who camo of decent people; .  lie built a church in Dublin town,  And on it put a steeple-.  His father wasa Gallagher;  Ilia m ither was a Brady;  His aunt was an O'Sbaughnessy,  Jlis uncle an O'Grady.  jgo 6i"cco3B attend St. Patrick's fist,  For he's a saint so clover;  Qh, he gavo the snakes  and   toads  twist,  And bothered them forever 1  Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day.  Campbell and Kamm are all right,  .1   ���      I iv ��� ,  all nght.  To telephone or telegraph  ���    Is always futilo labor;  It you'd spread news just notify  Your wife to teleneighbor.���Puck.   .��.   Andrew Carnegie will be asked to  contribute towards   Moyie's new fire  11, * -- ,,   ,  hall to the extent of donating a fire  bell. The people here would peal  JIAndy's" praises for evermore if he  will only I'come through."  The annual report on criminal sta-7  tisiics, just issued by the department  of justice, states that during the last  five years 47 persons have been con-  vioted in Canada Qo thje pharge of  murder. Sot all of these went to the  gallows, howeyer, ljut 20 had the death  sentence commuted to imprisonment  for life. The other 27 suff-red the  extreme punishment pi tho (aw. During the last four years there have been  17 communications and 17 executions  Ot the 47 mijrderera, 13 appear to have  been French, seven Indian, and nine  foreigners.  New Feature on C. P. R.  The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,  announce a now feature for tho con-  vouience of second class passengers  travelling via tho new Empresses from  St. John: On March 21st, April 4ih,  l$th nnd May 2nd., Tourist Sleeper*  will be run from Montreal direct to  the steamer at St. John, berth rate  ���1>J..25. This gives for the first time  (Ji/ect through tourist slcepor service  for passengers making the Atlantic  trip. For reservations or further particulars writ,.* J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  NoIsod, B. C.  NOTICE.  Tuke notice that I, J. A. Goupill,  intend to apply to the Board of Licence  ComniisHioners for the Cranbrook district at their regular meeting to be htld  on June loth, 1907, for a transfer from  me to Summei8 & Thompfmt of the  licence ior the Manhattan hotel situate  at the,town of Moyie, B. C.  Dated this 13 ii day of March 1907.  (Sgn'ii) J. A. Goupill.  L O.O. F.  WHdey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fallows cordially inyited.  A. M^pF-vnjiANE,        p. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secjfy.  ,      ..i��� fmmm- H-H^l.H^^qf. ������ .  St. Kngene I<oclge No. 37*  K. Of P.  Meets every Thursday  rvening    in   McGregor  hall at �� o'clock.   Visr  iiing brothers invited.  0.  A. Foote, Thop. Maksden,  Chance Hor Com. K. R.andS.  Moyje  Miners'   Union  No. 71  W, F. of M-  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday eypning. ' Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.,  J. L. Gfnoons, Jas. "JJobebits,  - President. Secretary  GREAT    BARGAINS  X1ST , --'  $250  Buys lot and large building, suitable  for-house .pr barn, on Victoria'street.'  I  $1,300  Lot and seven room  house.   House  well finished and in good location.  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  W. -F, GURD,  BAKKlSTKJ*., ^OMCITO-B, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  B.C  .:���>--    -*>?.���  -t  It is a deplorable condition of affairs  ���jvhen labor unions quarrel with   each  other, as iB now the case at both Ton-  upah   and -Goldfields,    Nevada.     It  - poind appear from press reports that  s most of the trouble is caused by proles-'  -  sional agitators..  -Tbe editor of the Leader almost had  an attack of heart failure,   this   week.  - Some timo ago be sent a rush order to  ,W. J. Gage <fc Co., Toronto, for some  printer's .. supplies and hq<l them  ghipped by; express. Y;The go5ds in'  Toronto C03t $10.30 and the '-'express  on5 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 printm*-*. ., ."  ����� .m.��� ���  ��� * Rossland Miner: The three Social-  ists, beaded by Hawthornthwaite, in  the B. C. legislature  refused   to   rUe  " when Liemeqant-G^oyernor Dunsmuir  entered the house.   It has always been  the custom qf the members of provin-  ,       i   ... i    i     ,    i   , . . ,  ' cial legislatures to rise and show their  respect to ��� the representative of the  King or Queen when they enter, p.ir-  lianrjentary b,o.d,i��5j fo.j'tye, ptjrpasa' of  delivering the speeches . from the  ~Throrie;7~lt~wias"a"piece"orboorishnesB  and at the same time a display of dis-  loyalty which will not redoqnd to the  credit of the Socialists ejther in this  or any other province in the Dominion.  - It was also a personal insult to the  Lieutenant-G^y *rnor. It revpalo the  innate  disloyalty   of - the   Solialists,  - which they would like to display on a  larger (jcale  were   t'Uey   possessed   of  . sudi-jient numerical strength to do  so.  St.  Joseph's   Consent.  NELSON, B. C.  hoarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial .and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress charaoteaize each department. , Parents should write .for  particulars. Qne month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during torm. -  MITRAL ACT.  (FORM F.) .-      ���  Certificate of Improvements,  notice.  "Caijibrian" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Fort Steele Mining Division of East Kootenay  District. .      .  v  Whore lo'cate<l:-^-Adjo!ninB and to west end of  the Crown Granted mineral claim "Lake Shore"  af Moyie, East' Kootenay:, B, C".  - TA KK NOl'it-K that I,- CharleB    A.  MaeKay,  F. M. C. xo/B.,'702 actliiK as agent for Tho Blauk-  MauKay Mining Ooinbany, Limited,   Nou  Personal Liability, Free Miner's Cdrtific No, B. ��>6,  iutend,  sixty  days from tho date  hereof,  to  apply to the Miuluj; Iteoordor for a  Certificate  of Improvements," for the purpose, of obtaining  H C,rown Grant bl the above claim.  ' Aiiq furth'er take  notice  that action,  under  section 87, must be eomme'nr-od   before the is-  buancu of e|ieh Cortipoateof Iniprovcrapiits.  Dated this 12th day of February, A. P. 1A07.  '     CHARLES A. MACIyAY.  -I NOTICE. 0    -     ,  NOTICE |s hereby slven that 30 days after  date, I intend to apply to the Honorablo Com-  missjqnq'fpf Lands-and Works for a special  license to cut aud carry a\y iy timber from the  following described lands, sltuato iu East  Kootenay, to ;jit:���Corauiencin*5; at a po->t  plauted ou tho North East bank of the North  West Fork of tho Elk River, above the Canyon  and situate ijcar the Northern Boundary of F.  Podbiclancllf's , cof-,1v claim", thenco Ea-tt 40  chains, thence North 80 chain55;, thence West  80 cliatnsrthence south 80 "ch'aiusrth6nce_��ast-  40 cbcins to point of commencement.  Dated the 16th day ol January, 1907  '-''    A.J. -fARQUHAUSOST.  E.G. GWYNNE '  Cigars,       Tobacco, Confctionery  Frtiit's.Efc      '--'.      ���  ��� ���* ' - i      i  FARRELL BLOCK,  BUY YOUR  Cigars-,  Tobacco ss.  C.H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Granforook, B. 0.  DR. F. B. MILES,  - 3D3ss3sr'a?3:s,a?.  Cranbtook, B, C.  George H. Thompson, .  Barribtkr, Solicitor, No  tary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  W. R. BEATTY.  . Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 89.     ���     ���      ^CRANBROOK.  Win. Jewel}^  . Express and General   Delivery ,Bugtf-  V ness.. Livery and  Feed Stable."  Leave Orders at  GWynne's Store.      .   .  MOYIE   ' British Columbia.  =N0 CURES  NO PAY.  If youv watch does not give  entire satisfaction after we  have repaired it your money  wilj be. cheerfully:refunded.  V   D   dooiii r}\r .  MOYIE WATCHMAKER.  Under New  Management,  U  A GREAT COUGH CURS  is how physicians describe our cough  medicine. Such pruifje is valuable, for  ���fl-ith a boltle of our remedy in the  house many calls from the doctor muy  be savtd.  THE BEST TIME TO CURE  a cough is when it begins. A few  doses of our cough syrup then will do  the work thojqugbl.y and 'quickly.  Belter be prepared for emergencies by  buying a bottle now.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co.  FROM  A B. Stewart  & Co.  Agent   for .Crows'  Nest  ' Steam Laundry.  ���THE-  DBSAO-LVIISB BROS,   Props.  Lar^e sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QUKKNS AVEHTJE, MOTIB, B. C  PREST PHOTO CO.  CRANBROOK  AXD  MOVIE.  CGSMOPOLITON  HOTEL.  P, J, HIGGINS,    Prop,  The Miners' Headquarters  ��    f~mr*P"'   . ���     *;     4...  ���COLONIST jkATES  .' i    . .; .  ���'������*��������� .t�� : "  Kootenay and North Pacific  ; Co{\st,  From, All  Points.  Ontario,   Quebec,  Maritime Provinces,  . St, Paul, Chicago, and '  United StateS.      '  Qtf SALE DAILY  till April 30.  -Send for your friends whije tbe rales  are lo��v. Full particulars on - application to local agents or write;  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  $500  Lot in   center  of  bu6inese^district  wiih small building.  $400  Will buy four roonj nouso and two  lots. ,|20Q down and balance on time.  $300  Two, room house and- lot, in good  location,   House risnts for $8 a month.  $700  Largs warehouse and lot on Victoria  street.  $4,000  *     i ,-  Large boarding house close to mine.  All furnished and ready to move in.  $6QQ  Foui room house and lot.    Good  ,     ,.-        '������       *���   .   r     i-  location.  $800  Three houses bringing in a rental of  ?3-t a month. *���*  $850  Seven   room   house on  Tayistock  street, ������-  $60  Good resideptial lot in f. Farrell  addition.  TTBI  $850  - Two Ipts and   two  room house  on  Lake street.  Eleven residential lo(Ls in lake Shore  addition.  House and lot, and garden.  $75,  Wjll buy"good residence lot,  $175  Lot in Farrell addition.  Eight lots in Lake Shore addition at  a bargain. .  $135  Good lot in Government addition.  ->�����*��� V      1 . me -4-    V��l      I*    ��  These are only a few of the many bargains   wp  have.  Just chpoje the lot or piece of property you desire and*-call  on us.   Ten chance.s to* one it is on our list.  . -. ��� ^ . ^       t  The time to buy Real Estate is when the market is on  rise.   Moyie, is a great camp,   Wriy not own a home in it?  FiBBEU, & SMYTH.  * ���  Insurance..   Real Estate.   . Collections.  .j.Jj "-Qjiz-  -���DRINK,  The Best Bottled Bear made in Ganada today.  For aUALITY and PURITY it is XTNEXqELLED-  Xl. McDBRMOT  Wholesale Wine, and Spirit \ Merchant.  Cranbrook SOLE AG-ENT B.  C  va  iMillffl;  ��� Comfortable  ppoms ai$  Best Qf     :  Table Boa?4  Suininers & Thqxng��pn.  PBOPKIliTORs!  A. 1,  HIgKILLQP  J. 8 CARTKR,  Diat, Pass. Agt.  N^ll<JC,  E. J. COYLK,  Aan't Gen!. Pass, Agt  Vancouver.  ASBATElil  P. BURNS & CO  WHOLESALE ANO   KEXAlt  MEAT    MERCHANTS  '   Fresh and. Oyred Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game a-qa Poultry.   We  - .. i t   i ...     ���     .   i.'  Bii^y' only  tb,e best.    Your  trade solicited,  ,       ������      ������,< Ti  MAKKE*C8  In   all  the   Principal  Cities and   Towns- in  British Columbia  MOYIE, B. G.  ���  .- S^QP AT THE  COSMOPQUTAN  THE CANADIAN BAN!  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TOROKTO  (  B. E. WALKER, PresWlent  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A.E. IREXAHD, Snpcrint��j}deat of  Branches        '   -'-''���      '��� *'  ESTABLISHED .1867  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,0*  Rest,   -   -   -      5,000,00]  Total Assets, r 113,000,01  Branches thronghout Canada, and in* the United States and England  BANKING  BY  MAIL 85  Business may b�� transacted by mail vsTith any branc  of the Bank.   Accounts may be opened and deposn  ipade or -withdrawn by laailj   Every attention is pajij  to out-of-town accounts,  CRANBROOK BRANCH. . F.C.MALPAS. W  UCrtJri-TlilOlu   -^  Everything for Furnishing or  Fitting up a Home  ' ��T - THE ���  Cranbrook Oo-OBerative Stores  {ilMITEBf.  *BBRSaaKK^BSSS^SaB!(SSBSI1B5ESmBaSH2BB  jfi.i-i  y?5y9y*��'5v;5 w^yy-y 9,9uf \  and Beady-To-Wear  '   ''OPENING,; ;.  ,fc Tuesday, March \%$ afi& ^qllDvtfng days.  Reid & Company extend to the. ladies  of Moyie. J  $  a very cordial invitation td, visit thei,r   display,  of  ^jS Spring Millinery and Ready-to-w^aris.  jK      A large assortment of wh^te Blouses, have just  m arriveol, -  I -   BEID& GO.   -  W QIIANBROOK, B. C,  I!�������� **��9����^���������e'R��������i  MOYIE    HOTEL,  P. F. J0EMS10M  This Hotel is New m$ W^Jl Furnished   Thel  Tables are Supplied with the Best* tha  MarKet affords. The Bar is.Filled^witBl  . the Best firap^sojf Liq^prs and Cigars j  :   HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK  MOTIB  BK1TISH COLUMBIA*5]  �����$<$���"SfiC-t! �����^5S5^e������������e���������359����C|��J*������ai*��^��S^a9d3i9���e5e���'Sf��'<  act  ., .��      v.- ^"n . .>>!.-  -*m<  NEI4SQN,  B.C  0. F. UE3AULNIER  .pSAIKH JK  WHEN IN  ~rl  qilANBRQCK  B. B. 8MAXI., Maoftcer.    ; ���  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and, first class,sample rooros. ,  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  A.   GBENIER,  Cranbrook,. B. C.  AWNJNQ MAKER,  TARPAULIN,  BLANKEJ MAKER.  Made on short notice and at  ,  '        lowest prices.   "  Moyie Beer  As mado by t^ie pregpnl brewci; i��  ad-niljedly   tbe    J  Best Beer in ^ast Jfootenay. With the Best Malt and    f  the Purest Spring Water it is une-fcelled for quality.  ;usi|Btpn living Moyie Bee^, *���  Bottled and Draft Beer,  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C,  **>,' / fe/-  .1' <<>/-  '  ? ',' '���-t'-'V.'-'-'i'i  V.Y^^^^.I  -1        r-      J&r?Al  iiJves carefully   tested.  A' proper fit guaranteed.  WILSON, Optician.  , 5 ^    - 5 > s.    ' v   ���.--- -ir."-55"'  ,3^SSJ-g--^^^^    ���     . loi'.r wr-*Y<t- -y.!}*'; r^^/^,,v^^>&  *-^5^^^^*^^^^^'r -v^^"11;e-^ ay--)--> ���'-*--*��� \'f-.*;. r :Y*r' ^s/V'  -�����-v    ---   ���; /   .*'"1  /WILSON, the Jewi'lciji'*?-,'/*: r.f.j^^  -T��^^r^fr-r  ���ara^#*ji^*^ifcr>irT��  VOL, 9, NO .50.  MOYIE, Bv Q.,. .MARCH- 23. 1907,  ^.  '-^'A-^VlTAI^  /-*  Something New;;  J]resh vegp'tables* from the soiitli'ernUnarkets,  .will,atriy-a-lOTdayV*c6niposed of Dr. Barbers  Hothouse LETTUCE, RHUBARB, RADISHES, ONIONS, ASPARAGUS; etc. -   -    - - '  We .are .now'in a position-to, fill" all* your  orders 4i^ FRESH EGGS and .Butter.  Eggs are declining in price and it will .be .well lo -see   our   prices  , before doing-your.buying.' ' ��� *"  5 PASSED  Vote   On  It  v   Was  Unanimous,  GENERAL NEWS NOTES.  Rossland has 213 telephones.  C mada has enougi land Jo give each!  inhabitant 400 acres.  -Y-    . .    -  "DAILY TRAINS  ���"API^LIST  f  Bill Provides- That No .Person  Around    Smelter   Shall  Violate Law.  i Coal  Stocks  ar�� today the best-.stocks to invest in.  Inlemalion.il Coal&Cok*,  Nicola Coal &Coke, ,-  '  Wire orVVVnte  -"Alb *rta Coal & Coke,  B. 0. Apia'g-.mated.^  -     I5'   ���������"  . jeaie  CRAV.tZ^06"ni  The Eight Hour smelter bill was  passed by the Legislative Assembly at  Victoria. Tbe vote was unanimously  in favor of it. The act shall come into force on (he first day ot March,  190S, and it provides that "No tSorj-Qn  shall be employed in or about* any  smelter, sorting, handling, lemoving  oi; smelling ores or matte in any stage  of preparation,-for a longer pferiod'thari  %eigb"r. hours in ally twenty four hours.''  Celebrated 53rd. Birthday. .  ������ * ���** *  l^.   1 r  Last Wednesday wasj.he fifty-third  birthday of Mrs. I. Whitehead,' who "is  conducting the boarding boGse at ><hs  upp?r workings of, the St], Eugene  mine.   In honor of tho  oceassion  her  The teachers'' coriveStion'' 'will   be  held in Nelson on April'2", 3 and -4.'"  . -'   t,,  --., tVq payroll -at Phoeni's-. last month,  w**8*if55,000. This is said to be smaller  iha i usual. ,  ^ �������� -  To tate the place of Japanese labor,  thtf Ircat Northern railroad is" said to,  be imporeing negroes from Missouri.  The Timothy Ea'ton estate Ins al-  readv paid tlie Ontario governmrnl  .flOOOOO on account of succession  <Iu*�� ies. ,' '  H,W. C(. Jackson  has commenced  th- publication of tho.Wallace   Miner.  Jackson was at one _time"_ publisher of',  tbe Rossland Miner.     .  s ���* ���  'A oourt'of revision of the provincial  voters' lists will-be held'on May 6th  The provincial voters' lists are used  also in Dominion elections.  Over Spokane" International- Railway,  ii  W .-�����'���*  ��� f    - *      * - '** *  j; S. Carfr will Move' From"  Nelson and'Han'dle Spo=  kane.End.  ������ ^ -   t  . J       (     ������ W '^ I       '**T-5<'*55.  'MHB  ���nr<  WO-  fii-zsn  i- 'l5-*i*t I  ;J    ���Jf'.'-SI  ���/''���-v^l  ,  "Y^I  -1. -i5 i j-j~  -T^fif  -   '���; '"-wr L-iiAi  ' ^T. V-'5'*/S��4.  The-ho'doarrierg jn Spokane are asking for an advance inJwagpa. The  mortar mixers want $4 and ihose working with the pasterers want%& 50 a day.  v. -  ��� '.-        ���"-.  *il. A. Ren wick, an old ^time "newspaper man of Nelson, has received' his  appointment a"s Deputy'Chinf Comis-  sionor of Lands and Works at Victoria.  BV^RYTHING  [roceries  ���   ���AT,-  , Fcniio will have auup-to'data,sower-.  aa;e system.   At "the.', last. meeting   oL  .      "1' tt e council of'that City,tha 'clork   Was  daughters arranged-for a jgrty, and    ��� ^J<      ^^  ��m  8(nt ouUmvnaUOns   to  their   many.        ^       u r ^^ers.  friends in town..   In  response   a   big- ���-   -  crowd of young.,old   and   middle aged  Tom Whalen. of tha Nap-tose hotel  at Fernte, "is   moving'.back   to   the  climbed the hill'and took part in  the  calibration.   As   they   a3c'en*dedvth^ Coeur d'Aleue? .where hq .will engige  hill they rpsemb'.ed very much a crowd; .^ minlng" wilh .^3 .'brethqr,   Ju'lge  of Klondykers in the early diys g��infi|.\vhaU��n.   The Napanee will in fu.ure  o.ver the Ctulkoot    Pass.   But 'when bo manlgeJ by p^t Whalen!  thVy reached'  their "destination  they  did not regret their trip, -for the time  of their lives was" in  store   Ior them.  The spacious dining room was decorated with "flags and bunting, and "there  was  The records at-tho Walth   ofiije   at  Spokane show that there were  more  cases of measles in the qity*'duriogYhe  wnu >i��s= ����- .- o-,-,-t --;_k^Pft^m'nn|ft   lnan   CjL*rl1*lS'Jlj-e   eD^e  a'boun'tifui supply of good thin^syyear of 1006?' The"' total   number   of  The Spokesman-Review -of March  17th says: Commincing April 1-, the  Sf>''k>*.ne,International R*)ilway.   c'rm-  piny will put on alocilVlaily^p-��ssen-  'ger service between Spokane and ZSast*  port, leaving Spokane about 6. a. m.  iind arriving at Spokane about 8'p. m ;  connectine; at*Kingsgate with  Canadian Pacific Railway  compiny   trails  tor Mpyif, Cranbrook, Fernie"! Michel,  Frank, McEepd,?Calgar/,   B.infT,   EJ-  ,monlon and all points in the Canadian  'northwest ;iand~at Calgary and ;Miidi-  jcine H'at with mainline trains] of  the  Canadi'-n Pacific for all p >itits wesi  to  Vancouver and east' to' Montreal  and  via' tlie Sop line fronrPortal", for  Minneapolis and S*)'. Paul..  About June 17 a daily, th'rouib. pas-  oengpr service will be inagurated be-  tw. en Spokane, Mianoapolis and St.  Paul, with an , r-'ll'iP'-frl^Dt co'nsibting  of entirely now, sjlid, vastibl; e trains  'now being completed, expressly for  this s-*rvicf>, duo" notice of which will  ,be'gi-veri,",to the public'.-^        ''      "  /osep'h S-. Carter, district passenger  agent for the Canadian Pacifi; road,  was' in (own from Nelson, B. C , his  present headquarters. 'He will remove  to Spokane iu'the near future^'occupy-  ing offlies in the Corbin building to  be erected al.the O..R.   <& ' N.  corner  1 ��� �� ���**  *- *** "  'he difference is >only* a-  m at Ler o I \ t as t ef * and ia^f e w;  cents   in   pvice:',    Some  people-*''' prefer ' Mocha,  r- others? J-Hva. . People-:-Y W^T'i^M  'may   say   that "tea   /'"       -<--->*-��- **���>*  and coffee are not -V  healtliy drinlcs*.   Nonsense! . Liko- evervthihg,,e]se;^  thoy are abused- bV   excess.    ' -We.V'Soll   the'*'pur��,' *?-  w-liok'so&Ye'lcihds-that'you-like.- *'  ;--.    .;.';'. QROpERIES- __  / in great variety���p al ate "pi easing Van d price temptr ^ U ������^I'^^m  iug. \ Ask'-thy'purse what thou.shouldst, buy'- (-"dnd;j^* hj^/r{p0^  'Z'&t  it: will say our'groceries, ���.  f'*Vi  KS'  *   "ii^M.  "*f Soft  !is  LOCAL NEWS,  5.. '     MOYIE'S .LEADING   HOTEL. ''        ."l* -Jf  TJ^-^/exl   --XT!/\<r*f-QTJQjr  .���AftiVftl  The best of accommodations  for" the Traveling Public.  I^argo, and'.Commodious Sample Rooms'.       ;    Billiard Rooms.  '  M6TAVISH-& CAMERON Proprietors.  ���j^^TW w WW^srw-w W ^JS^5^ r^-z^-ATS-zjy z$sr7$\ -^"v3-" --^~WW W'  t  to eat. There was square dancing,  round dansiDgv-step dancing and othbr  forms of entertaiument, su'oh as sing-  afrd musical selections, and it was almost four the next morning when the  crowd again marched d**>wn the hill to  tlV(5.tune,.''The'Cock of the North,"  played by Joe McLaren on the accord  dian. Mra:\VJ'iitehead was the recipient of many valuable present-55, and  t'-ic very heartiest wishes of overypne  for a long and prosperous life.  'There was a peculiar coincidence in  connection with Mrs. ^Whitehead's  birthday. Ou tiie very day of,her cek  ebration^she received a piper from  ���ICnarebborough, England, containing  a graphic account of the celebration of  her mothei's ST'th buthday.  cases reported last year was 81, while  the number of cases in, Fv-bruiry "or:  tliia year totaled Si,      -      ''     .  A fire was caused in the Manning  avenue school iu Toronto this week by  coal dropping from tho stove in tho  principal's private room. . About 600  children were in tho buildins; and .all  marched out without confusion5 in a  minute and a quarter. Tlie  extinguished with littlo loss.  "METAL MARKET.  ���C'ipl  The fishing season opens on the 23ih.  '.   Mi?s Walter is up from. Cranbrook  on a short visit.      ��� -.'    ��� ' \ '  :       r . -if . >  G'entlcnian'ai-king for Mr.-Skelly in  October. 'Please writo aud "seud ad.-'  i-fre8d to Fernie P. O. /   ,-.  ���-    . . :'>  E. A*. H'-ll jv'.is in. Cranbrook JTnf.e-  tlay attendiug a spucial.meeting'of the"  licence cSinmissioneis..    > ' .,  R H.'S^jvart atid sister'-wero".-over  irom Rossland on a  visit the, first of  the wock."'.    '       '' -' *     .        ,  \  Superintendent White of tho St.  Eugene w.13 in Spokano.���tlns w'tek^  vsiting with his" family.  Farrell & Smyth have   many   bif-  Nbw York���Bar silver, GS.Kcents'V.-' ^Yv-ffil  Lead, $6. : ^ f^Z ; /���^'^ >/.^^  'Losdos���Lend; JElb'-lW9.1 "'J   CY*'> '���'/ fiW  1 -      ������ 1;        J *'      -   r* r^H  "'���'"'���    -        . ; 1 i *-        - .*   '���"���<���', "'��� i.\,  V,s��-*^!  .-.-.-.Items from^Crsetoif.  be erected al.the O..R.   cfc'N.  corner  g-vms in.rpalcsia'.e.YL'ook, over their  wheri"the:"*latterV plficcB^hSve^beeir-'ii^pqiipjfnge four.--v-r--- r~:':^^^\<^^  mSX?*A'v   _^ / "*    '*'���'      TJnn't f.)r-;eWhat   there- will   be   0  1 ' .       - _. - . . .... ��� r      .1.    .1.       _:_...  - -,i ���,'       '������  , '.-['-IT'S  Lind in_the raw st;\to arpuod ,Qr'",s^ *? ,",?V*T'%  ton is selling at ^lOO per aciv. ��� .        /^"..'."^'Ui'^  T'Geo.  G.   Mead, 'propriutor   ofi-the,  Creston Home, ia-buildihg a 24\46 -iil-��;  ���T^** I*-1- * -     <# t       ^     -       ^  tlition lo,his hotel," out of wliicli.lie w'.'.V--  mike ten badroiT)*,   a   sunole   rooiu  and a'l.iundry.   -The ad.Jiuon will oojt "  about .f 1100, and it will lake.an^-exlrii-'  !?'300 tofurnUli it. ^ .;   if f\'f"l}i\* ,.-:f,c^t5  . ,Gjo Muhro also Qi)dahe>is  '*rn-vdt','l-;--.'''>,**r *i^  for room, an 1 already, Ins tne  lu 111 bar*;*;, t   >   "->\ -  011 the ground ioreuWr-**in>-* his*/'h^Ee';.'^ ** --Y'-Tj  LM\i3:a'dJitiori;wiir.b"B;;_2t.xjO'* jndV'tiy i^V* !ZJll!lU-l  ,^w -*!-, i5rl  ,, - -   J- ^1  ���.^���i'j1* L  " *"V5h  ��� -'J M  ������   5-iJ.\ .-  British Columbia's ^ hare.  At Ottawa the calculation h is been  made, in'connection with the new  scale of "subsidies for tho provinces  from the federal treasury iu accordance  with the undt-rslandiog reached last  fall that the now grants will increase  fire was the subsidies to the provinces, by the  toll5*iwing,Bum9:  '������f-.���-���*���''"v-    ,     -���- T. : <^C"M *-<w^tj .--^5^  ^  to B'.x-t>c*;drtfoiiis< aNul a mm pie roonP....��-,.-'  Boar>l of Trade Talk,  Mr. Crosby Is Building.  t /f CENTURY -Bft/c-^iMoiVa. Fine Tailored Garments-  ��ry make of clothes thaV^H ^je^best dressed travellers  ...    .,   'jfi. tiie c,lothes that areSyprn by tlToi^indsokypmig men  *"; S *^fi Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, and all the fading Cities,*  ' y^\\ be obtained right here.   Dozens of patterns, to choose  x*     from--great style, great fit, moderate price.     ��  )  W. H. F. Crosby intends soon loem  birkin   busineos.    He   is excavating  for the foundation, ot   his   new_ store,  .which'will be built j"8t- north, of  the"  International notch    M.  Crosby lost  everything by fire a   sl'ioft   time  ago,  but the people of the   town   came   to  his assistance and raised over $100, for.  him.   He assured the Leader represeu  tattfe yesterdiy that his  stcck  would  be la'g. r and better th in ever, and   lie  will iKVVPiy nui'h  pk-ased to ngiin  able to setvi> his many old pttrou.-.  B;en Across the Pond.  Messrs. Campbell and Kamm report  having had a pleaoant and profitable  triri.to Greenwood, where they went  last week to-attend th6 meetine; of the  7[ssociat^rBoa7ds_of TrndcT- The dele"-  gates were shown every attention possible by the citizens ot that town, G.  O. Buchanan,president; Fred Starkey,  vice-president, and A, B. Mackenzie  were all re-elected. As was stated in  last week's Leader, the next meeting  of,the Associated Boards will be held  in Moyie.   Ontario, $789^85: Qaebec, $009,808;  Nova Scotia, $TL75,6ii9; British Columbia $215,000; New Brunswick, $132,-  530; /VlberU, $130,000; Saskatchewan,  $65,345; Prince EJward Island.  $149,120.  .  Distinguished Visitors.  The Gun Club.  bo  THE)   LEADING   LADIES',-AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  ftjk^-wrwWW.ir* *v-Wnr ^WWW^.<K,^-^ttost5s-..- i^-^^sT^r/^-^ w^  J    Imperial Banl ,of Banada. $  I   SAVINGS; DEPAR-T'EENT.,              - \  '���j,*             Deposits of $i.00j,ra/upward8 received.        - ^  ij                                Th/re is no better investment thin, a Savjngs .*��  1 j '*       * '           B*an^ deposit.             -                              - %  \3                      ^ -"'  Ouce opened it grows whether added to or   not. >  -ji                 /' *         Interest   allowed at, current   rates   and   com- x  /           piur.ded twice a year.           ** x  ^GRANBSOOK ^RANOH: ���?  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager. t  Spok smi n-l!evieiv:   Ja'vo- Cr nin  exp-'. ts to e.iil fro.11 15 i**l md f.ir   N. w  'York ii>'OUt Mmch 20.    He will ho  in  N-.W York Mmoh  27   and   wi'-l  reach  Spokane l-oiw en Apiil 1 md 15.  The members of tho Movie Gun Club  held their regular weekly shoot Thursday afternoon.    Following is a list Of  Ihe contestants   a5id   the   number of  icUy pigeons broken by each:  j J, H. Alexander     23 out of 25  'e. O. Kamm      19 "  ��� A. W.Davis      13 "  ....      IS        17  Rr Campbell        8 "  LVCrowe ot Winuipeg, manager of  the Beaver Lumber Company, is heie  with J. A. Dewar of Nelson, managor  of the Porto Rico I umber Company  Thoy are here on a tiip of inspection  and are looking ov��. r their properly  wi'h G, \V. Oichard, the local manager.  The latter company is now a branch  of tho forni-T, tney" having been merged only a short time ago. -    ���  Had Bad Fall.  'li.P. Lirge  ,\v'. P. Bromley  Nine !I urs for  -All.  All outside men at the St. Eugene  mine are now working but nine' hours  a day, and the whistle blows at fi*��e  o'clock each evening instead of s'X-.  There has been no   reduction   iri   the  pay- -  Dance   At   Kootenay  St. Patiiek's Day was observotj by, a  dance being given at the Hotel Kootenay Monday night. Although gotten  up on -short notice it was a big success.  Sinking Lake Shore Shaft.  The Lake Shore shaft at the St. Eugene mine is to be sunk another 150  feet. It is now down 4251 feet. Work  bas already commenced.  Center Star's   New Hoist".  The machinery is arriving.daily for  the new hoist at the Center, Star mine  al F, )ssland. It is the largest hoist at  alodoto'nsin Canada. It -ajUl taka,  1100 horsepower to operate it, and it  has a capacity of hoisting ten tons  from a depth of 2000 feet at.a speed of  2000 feet, per minute.  A man named McDonald, baggageman on tho Crow's Nest Branch, fi-11  35 feet from tin whirr at KoHenay  Lindinfc-ycsterlny afternoon. lie was  brought to Nelson and tended by,v Dr.  llarlon at the Hitnc hojpit-l. F01-  tmutely no broken bonej or internal  injuries resulted, and lie will recover  fiom his braiee** iu a few days.���Nelson Canadian.  meeting of the board   of   Trade   next  Wednesday evening, March 27th.  The "Merry' Wiv-V Whiit -Cliih;'  mot at the homo ot Mrs, t"oote Thursday afternoon.  W. L M.igee, with the C'r.inbrook  Co-Opt-ralivo Stores, was in towu yesterday.  I The window of, the Moyie' Drug it'  Stationery store was'.decorated very  appropriately for St. Patrick's Day.  E. O. Kamm- and. wjfe returned  homo Sunday. Mis. Kamm stopped  off :\t Trail and vi-ited with friunds,  whilo Mr, Kamm wai at Greenwood,-.  R. T. Howard i3 Ip.iving" to'lay on p  "JriiTfo^ Kamloops-rtnd"Emlcrbyr���Ho  h.i3 purchased a pifrce af land .about  four miles from thu latlor place.  The Lidies of tlie Methodi-it church  will ����Lvp a social in Uie McGregor hall  on Friday, April 12th. Furthor particulars later.  Mrs. Schander, Mrs. Walls and  daughter returned to Missoula, Mont,  lasUSunday. They took wiih thom  Ihe hllle daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Qomad.  Prelim-n-iry annomicem^nl: A  mil-deal program will be rendered in  Iho Melhodint Church oi Easter Sunday, March 3fst, m cojunctiou with  tho regular service.  FOR SALE���cheap for caph, nn<-  doublc barrelled Rpminston shot min.  12 catigp, automitic ijeotor, nnd onr  303 Savage   rifle-     W.   P.   C-.oin.loy,  movod'7GVentl*y*,fri*>miNMton,-is-;g��^  (-1 .-i ft /v J    in    ultt-rtiii   fiir*     t-��lUtllrjilJ-i1U    f*4 ^1 il J        * . 1 .   * 1  thing*-! in shipe for business aH faHt.y us,  posiibfii. '-lie lias lUJ ,lu5ad ^,ol cittlf, -  and is now btiihlitig a.biru w*hioti will." ;  accomodate lids number. Ho p-cpeiitB Y-  to incroise Ins Block as tho ^biwihi'ss^-'Y  detn uidi, and it is his intcntion.to -ili'p," ,.:  milk (o Nelson, M-iyie and;other ���'-  points.-   ,*.-**        '       *s'  /:"-  A stock syndicate^ made   up'of* 33.  members, have  purchas-^dv,* u plot >ofv*    -  giound   from , the   Ore-ton .Towti"SitEl;"i��i.  compiny, which they  wdl   cleif   amf "Y  fence and use as a cemetery. - The of- -  ficers are:  F". G. I/n lie, ptesiHent; Geo.  IJutchcroft,   treasurer;'   aud   Ariuur  O'Koll, stcrel.iry.  The membeis of  Ihe   Presbvterian  church have procured yn aoro of land  from F. G-. Little an 1 will   btj-i   b 'din   *  the erection of a church.   It  is   in   a  very desirable location.  Tlin Creston meat 111 irkit lin"  changed hmd3. i-'tank PuIiiih-i has  disposed of his interest to* Alenari;.  fievorick & S'ewart.  The C. P. R. havo reserve! a certain   ,  portion of land   east  of   their   depot-,  which Ihey iutend to u*e for sido track;  purposes,  St. Pjtrick's Diy was celebr.it5>d by  a ball given by th'i Cru-Hon bicliolor<.  Many were present from Port Hill, and  Spoors' hall was nicely Tided. Tne  b H'helors looked after everything and^  ilioy did their woik well.  Millinery   Opening.  Cosmopolitan Hotel Sold.  Result of  the Vote.  A short timo ago a vote was taken  among^the miners, smelicr men aud  lumber men working in the Kooteuays  and the Boundary for tbe purposo of  getting an opinion on the enforcetn?nt  of the Lord's Day Act. The result  was 80S in favor of enforcing the act,  and~i,i.03 against.  Auother hotel deal has been made  in_Moy,ie. The Cosmopolitan betel  was sold a few days ago by Alberdt  Stephensor, the owner, to II. II. Dimock and John ITaggiriy. The price  paid, it is o.ii<J, was ij>l,500. Tlie new  owners-will take poas-es-sion on the  i7ih of April. The hotel has been  under lease to P. .T. lliggms.  watchmaker.  Mr?, A P. nehpv, dresFTnknr and  costumier. Care Mis A. C. Clarke.  Mr. J. II B. Jackson, Iho distin-  gui*-*hpd youna pianist nnd travpb>r, i**  at present   visiting   Moyie.     !Ie   Ins  Mrs. Otis nerrett lias nrrmgpd fur ii(  millinery oponiug in E. A. Hdi's store,.  b**ginuing th.e tirst of th-> week.  WATCH   REPAIRING.  As O. P. K. watch. In?ncc-:  reached here, altep. many  Flranee ntici^i t01"S WO iU'O ill   il "position    to  w.ird adventure-*   hi   his   interesting,; ^.^ yo^-^.^ thoroughl.V .  N) Danger in Cranbrook.  The sinitllp"3- 6-'-u i}i��n -n Cranbrook  baa boen.g'ios'-lv exnguetaled oi> tho  outside. As a matter of fact there are  only four persons in q-i.ircntiiip, and  thero h��\o been no new cases for  seventeen days. The dib-'^sc is practically eradicated.  journeys across Cuiada.  Mrs. Bitchier arrived home this  week from thcpflfei, \vh=re she and hpr  husband were t-ponding tho winter.  Mr. B>ech>cr di 1 not return owin.' 't')  ihe irMth or his fhtlu-r. vlfe will b,o  here about a week biter.  Thos. M.ir-ilen, fur several month.5-  head salot-m.ui in R. Cimphdl's store,  l.-ft tilts w?ek for Idlownn, vhere lie  has accepted a resitiit-ihle p'tsiiion in  a Urge store. His family will move  there lafr. Mr. Marsden ffi-Jciimy  fiionda while Lew,.  so as to mako  lime  keeper  satisfaction.  il   a   reliable*  We guarantee.  ,.A,  Hdl.  of   Moyiu is o-'ir,  Mr.  ilJCllt. *  W.,F. TATS & SON  Jewelers an 1   Giadirite 0|i'ici\iis.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  O'Jioi'il V>r 'teh Iuspnel'��r f->r C   P   :  Orow.'s y��-*5l l'.-.��B iJ^'Ji'^tv THE LEADER, MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��3kta  * (Continued From Last Week.)  Anguish the painter became Anguish  the strategist and soldier. He planned  with Lorry and the ministry, advancing some of the most harebrained projects that ever encouraged discussion ln  a solemn conclave. The staid, cautious  ministers looked upon him with wonder, but so plausible did he make his  proposals appear that they were  forced to consider them seriously. The  old Count of Marlanx held him ln great  nnng perrecciy uoaeat;- a'onotigfi, mind  you, Baron Dangloss, I do not question   bis  Integrity  ln  the  least   He  should have a chance to prove himself  worthy, that's all. This morning I petitioned Count Marlanx to give him a  place in the castle guard."  "My dear Miss Calhoun, the princess  has"��� began the captain.  "Her highness has sanctioned the request," Interrupted she.  "And the count bas promised to dls-  dlsdain and did not hesitate to expose. C0Ver a vacancy," said Dagmar, with a  <-. "-V-'J. "*- * J  l&:  itf*    .1  i-U - *  I sJ'  **, -.  I- ' J" 1*  i-C'-"-';  IK      *  -TV  lY  his contempt This did not disturb  Anguish in the least for he was as  optimistic as the sunshine. His plan  for the recapture of Gabriel was ridiculously improbable, but lt was afterward Been that had it been attempted  , much distress and delay might actually  have been avoided.  - Yetlve and Beverly, with Dagmar  and the baby, made merry while the  men were ,1a council. Their mornings  were spent ln the shady park surrounding tbe castle, their afternoons in  driving, riding and walking. Oftentimes the princess was barred from  these simple pleasures by the exigencies ot ber position. She was obliged  to grant audiences, observe certain cus-  -" toms.of state, attend to the charities  " ��� that came directly under her supervl-  - sion and confer with the nobles on af-  * fairs of weight and importance.. Bev-  ��� " erly. delighted In the throne room and  the underground passages.   They slg-  " nlfled more to* her than all the rest  She was shown the room In which Lor-  ���> ry bad-foiled the Viennese who once  tried to abduct Yetlve.   The dungeon  where Gabriel spent his first days of  confinement, the tower In which Lorry  . had been held a prisoner and the monastery ln the clouds were all places of  unusual Interest to her.  Some of the people of the city began  ���'   to recognize the fair American girl who  L   was a guest in the castle, and a certain  amount of homage was" paid to her.  -"'   When she rode or drove in the streets,  with her attendant soldiers, the people  '    bowed as deeply and as respectfully  as they did to the princess herself, and  ,r-Beverly was Just as grand and gra-  /;' clous as If sbe had been born with a  *,'. ~ scepter In her hand. ���  - - _.��� rpjjQ- soft moonlight nights charmed  4 her with" a sense of rapture never  "known before.' With .the castle brll-  " 'llantly Illuminated, the halls and draw-  ' Ing rooms filled with gay courtiers, the  harpists at' their posts,'- the military  ;" band playing in the parade ground, the  ,.   3-Jbalconles and, porches-1 offering -their  L-j-^iiJamt bx-a-iHnct.niinremehts, It is no.won-;  ��er~that ^Beverly Tvas.entrance-dT^yar  ad no 'te��brs for her." If she thought  ' of lt at all It,was with the fear.that it  * t might disturb the dream into which she'  '���'- had-fallen.   True, there was little or  ' ���   "nothing to distress the most timid in  these'first daysl   The controversy,be-  / tween the principalities was at a^stand;  still, although there was not an hour in  - which preparations for the worstwere*  neglected. To Beverly,. Calhoun it  meant littlo when sentiment was laid  .'aside. -To Yetlve and her people this  probable war with Dawsbergen-meant  ��� -  everything.  Dangloss,-going back and'forth be-  * tween' Edelweiss and the frontiernorth  , * of Ganlook, where the best of the police  and secret service watched with 'the  sleepless eyes of the* lynx, brought unsettling news to the ministry._ Axphain  -" troops were' engaged  in. the  annual  >   maneuvers just across the border in  their" own   territory.    Usually   these  ,were held In the plains near the capital, j^nd_there_jwaB_aj3inlster_sIgniflk  cance in the fact that this year they"  were being carried on In the rough  southern extremity of the principality,  within a day's march of the Graustark  line,  fully  two  months  earlier  than  usual.    The doughty  baron  reported  that foot, horse and artillery were engaged in the drills, and that fully 8,000  ' men were massed In tbe south of Axphain.   The fortifications of Ganlook,  Labbot and other towns In northern  Graustark were strengthened with almost the same care as those In the  - south, where conflict with Dawsbergen  'might first be expected. General Marlanx and his staff rested neither day  nor night. Tho army of Graustark  was ready. Underneath the castle's  gay exterior there smoldered the fire of  battle, the tremor of defiance.  Late one afternoon Beverly Calhoun  and Mrs. Anguish drove up In state to  the Tower, wherein sat Dangloss and  his watchdogs. The scowl left his face  as far as nature would permit, and he  welcomed the ladles warmly.  "I came to ask about my friend, tbe  goat hunter," said Beverly, her cheeks  a trifle rosier than usual.  "He is far from an amiable person,  your highness," said the officer. When  discussing Baldos he never failed to  ��� address Beverly as "your highness."  "The fever is gone, and he is able to  walk without much pain, but" he ls as  restless as a witch. Following instructions, I have not questioned him concerning his plans, but I fancy he ls  eager to return to tlie hills."  "What did he say when you gave  him my message?" asked Beverly.  "Which one, your highness?" asked  *he, with tantalizing density.  "Why, the suggestion that he should  -come to Edelweiss for better treatment," retorted Beverly severely.  "He said he was extremely grateful  for your kind offices, but he did not  deem it advisable to come to this city.  He requested me to thank you In his  behalf and to tell you that he wUl  never forget what you have done for  him."   -  "And he refuses to come to Edelweiss?" irritably demanded Beverly.  "Yes, your highness. You see, he still  regards liims'elf with disfavor, being a  fugitive. It Is hardly fair to blame him  for respecting the security of the  Mils."  "I hoped that 1 might induce bim to  give up his old, JJfe and engage in some-  *��*  smile that the baron understood perfectly well.  "This is the first time on record that  old Marlanx has ever done anything to  oblige a soul save himself. It is wonderful, Miss Calhoun. What spell do  you Americans cast over rock and metal that they become as sand in your  fingers?" said the baron, admiration  and wonder in his eyes.  "You dear old flatterer!" cried Beverly so warmly that he caught his breath.  "I believe that you can conquer even  that stubborn fellow in Ganlook," he  said, fumbling with his glasses. "He  is the most obstinate being I know,  and yet In ten minutes you could bring  him to terms, I am sure.' He could not  resist you."  "He still thinks I am the princess?"  - "He does and swears by you."  "Then my mind is made up. - I'll go  to Ganlook and bring him back with  me,' willy nilly. He ls too good a- man  to be lost in the hills. Goodby, Baron  Dangloss! Thank-you ever and ever  so much. Oh, yes; will you write an  order delivering him over to me? The  hospital'people may be���er���disobliging, you know."   '  ,'Tt shall be in your* highness' hands  this evening."  The next morning, with Colonel Quinnox and a small escort, Beverly Calhoun set off in one of the royal coaches  for Ganlook, accompanied by faithful  Aunt Fanny. She carried the order  from Baron Dangloss and a letter from  Yetlve to the Countess Rallowitz insuring hospitality overnight in the  northern town. ' Lorry and the royal  household entered merrily into her  project, and she went away*with the  godspeeds of all. The Iron Count himself rode beside her coach to the city  gates, an unheard of condescension.  "Now, you'll be sure tb find a nice  place for him In the castle guard, won't  you. Count Marlanx YJ she said at the  parting, her hopes as fresh as the daisy  in the ��� dew, her confidence, supreme.  The'.count, promised  faithfully, even  onsorljr.   "Coloucl   Quiunox,  trained" as  he was in the diplomacy of silence,  could scarcely conceaiybis astonishment at the conquest of the hard'old  warrior. ,      L'"    '     '       ,!  Although the afternoon was "well  spent before Beverly'reached Ganlook,  she was resolved to visit the obdurate  patient at once, relying upon her re-  Bjrona iuio iir��'<iui*K'C'yes,'ffna Bef o'Wn  lout*- lashes drooped.  "Your hlfrhness!" he said gratefully.  "Ilow well and strong you look!" she  aaid hurrledlv. "Some of the tan ls  gone, but you Icrok as tUough you ima  never been ill. Are you quite recovered?"  "They say I am a3 good as new," he  smilingly answered. "A trifle weak  and uncertain In my lower extremities,  but a few days of exercise In the mountains will overcome all that Is all well  with you and Graustark? They will  give me no news here, by whose order  I do not know."  "Turn about is fair play, sir. It is a  well established fact that you will give  them no news. Yes, all Is well with  me aud mine. Were you beginning to  think that I had deserted you? It has  been two weeks, hasn't it?"  "Ah. your highness, I realize that you  have had much more Important things  to do. than to think of poor Baldos. I  am exceedingly grateful for this sign  of interest In my welfare. Your visit is  the brightest experience of my life."  "Be seated!" she cried suddenly.  ���'You.arj^tnojji ta-��t<>��v1 j.'  (To Be -Continuod.)  The Mark  That Tells  MIDDIES IN THE MAKING.  He dropped to his knee.  sourcefulnesB to secure. his promise  to start with her* for Edelweiss on the  following morning. The "coach delivered her at the hospital door in grand  style. When the visitor was ushered  Into the snug little anteroom of the  governor's office her heart was throb-  'blng and her composure was undergoing a most unusual strain. It annoyed her "to discover that the ap  proachlng contact with a humble goat  hunter was giving her such unmistakable symptoms of perturbation.  From an upstairs window In the hospital the convalescent but unhappy patient witnessed her- approach and arrival. His sore, lonely heart gave a  bound of joy, for tbe days had seemed  long since her departure.  He had had time to think during  these days too. Turning over ln his  mind all of the details ln connection  with their' meeting and their subsequent Intercourse, It began to dawn  upon him that she might not be what  she assumed to be. Doubts assailed  him, suspicions grew into amazing  forms of certainty. There were times  when he laughed sardonically at himself for being taken in by this strange  but , charming young 'woman, but  through it all his heart and mind were  being drawn more and more fervently  toward her. More than once he called  himself a fool and more than once he  dreamed foolish dreams of her, princess or not. Of one thing be was sure  ���he had come to love the adventure  for the sake of what It promised, and  there was no bitterness beneath" his  suspicions.  Arrayed In clean linen and presentable clothes, pale from indoor confinement and fever, but once more the  straight and strong cavalier, of the  hills, he hastened into - her presence  when the summons came for him to  descend. He dropped to his knee and  kissed her hand, determined to play  tbe game notwithstanding his doubts.  As he nro<<i -jhe .gjaiy-ed, tor b flit-Hnc  Oar   Naval   Cadet*   Learn   to   Splice  Ropei, Furl Sails, Etc.  It is p'iobably not generally known  how the^ United States government  tralus the youth upon whose shoulders  will rest the responsibility of maintaining the high standard of the navy.  His apprenticeship, according to Leslie's Weekly, Is not unlike that of any  other young man learning a trade, the  fundamental principle being tbe proper  kind of tools and when and how to use  them. * .  A midshipman's tools, so to speak,  are* ships, thus rendering a thorough  knowledge of seamanship nn essential  part of the training. This begins with  lessons ln -splicing" hemp and wire  rope, after which the young men are  given practice ln handling sails on the  Indoor mast ln the seamanship building, which is an exact counterpart of  the mizzenmast of. the training 'ship  Severn and Is seventy-two feet In  height       .,. - "  The midshipmen go aloft, furl, reef  and set sails, etc.���in fact, go through  thejentire seamanship drill.-A net Is  spread at the foot of the mast for protection," as a fall on the concrete floor  would be far more serious than on the  deck of a ship. Accidents, however,  are infrequent - - -      .* .  Drills on the Severn begin early In  the spring and continue throughout the  cruise, which' lasts from "June until  September.'* The midshipman thus-becomes accustomed to ship life. The  work Is hard and the discipline severe  during these "drills. There Is little  tendency to shirk-duty, and the future-  admirals do" everything on shipboard,  on.deck and'aloft, even to clearing up  th�� deck and stowing away the ropes.  Frorn a picturesque point of vl'ew  seamanship practice on the Severn surpasses all other similar" exercises. It  seems that on shipboard the sense of.  the reality .of the thing is ever present,  and one -accustomed to ^witnessing  tnese drills notices that on the deck of  the old Severn the middies .are more,  active, more In earnest, and the manner in which they climb and swing  around the rigging does, credit to an  old sailor. ��� ���"  * Each man starts In with a practical  seaman's duties and as he continues  his course is advanced to the duties of  the5petty officers and later to those "of  the junior commissioned officers.  Our Blsnesa.  Bigness ls said to be a quality which  appeals especially't'o Americans. However that may be, a purely scientific  Interest Justifies the spreading of information contained 'In a recent bulletin of the United, States geological,survey about the size of the United States.  The area of the United States proper,  exclusive.of Alaska, island dependencies and the Panama strip, Is "given as  3.026,789 square miles. The absence  -hitherto of an official standard result-  ed in a discrepancy between the ^com^,  putations of "the census bureau andthV  general land office. A "conference was  called between these departments and  the geological survey, and the bulletin  of the geological survey Is the result-  Youth's Companion. " i  The Table Top Cold.  "You have, madam," said the physician, "what I call a table top cold."  "What Is a table top cold?" the lady  asked.  "It Is a" cold brought on by marble  tops ln the late fall and winter. You  ladles always wear short sleeves, and  you always lean your bare arms on tha  Icy surface of marble tables. Thls.con-  tact sends a chill all through you���a  chill that you disregard. But In the  morning you awake with a heavy cold.  "Marblo table tops ln the winter  should be covered with a cloth if they  are going to be leaned on. Then the  table top cold would disappear."���New  Orleans Times-Democrat  Real Eatate In Korea.  One of tbe most astonishing regulations has been made regarding the  transfer of real estate In Korea. No one  ls to be allowed to sell or buy real estate  except by permission of the governor.  This is apparently a move on the part  of the Japanese to prevent the selling  of any land In Korea except to people  that they approve, for the governors  are, of course, under the Japanese advisers. It makes no difference that  foreigners have as good a right to buy  land as the. Japanese. Tbe matter will  have to be tested ln the courts beforo  the powers will allow their citizens 1o  be curtailed In their privileges ln the  peninsula.���Korea News.  tone  Tnde muted tkui in a  Vtixrty of ttiiet, fabric and  price, forwomeo, men and  ouldrea. Form Fitted.  Deuen are authorized to  replace imustljr and at oar  cotf, any Pea-Anglo garment faulty in material  cr   making. 206  Pen-Angle trade*  mark (in red) on  every Pen-Aiigla  garment, tells you  it will fit and won'4  shrink,��� your  own dealer so  guarantees it  Underwear thus  trade marked ia  softer," warmer,  more "- flexible,  better .wearing.  J3 EJ TTS2  UNDERWEAR  COVERED WITH BOILS!  HOW~BILEANS   PURIFY   THE  BLOOD  Spring pimples, boil3, skin rashes  and eruption's are just now rampant.  The most scientific corrective and  blood purifier is Bileans, the herbal  remedy. Mr. Thos. Hesselwood, an  employee of the Consumers' Gas Co.,  Toionto, Bays: "Bileans are the best  blood purifier, and 'liver corrective I  have ever met with. Pimples and  boils broke out all over my neck. My  blood seemed abbolutely filled with  impurities and poisons. My liver  was disordered, too, and I was dull,  weak and ailing. Bileansg purified my  blood and cured the boils and pimples ; they' also- toned up my system  ���gave me vim and energy, and filled  me with life and vigor!"  Reader, Bileans can do the same  for you! All druggists and stores  sell them at'-50 cents a box, or*from  Bilean Co., Toronto, for price. 6 boxes  ior $2.50. Send one cent stamp foi  sample box. _ *-  An  Obvious  Conclusion.  Those who listened as the -man and  woman parted at the ���Bta tion heard  -his conversation:    . , -\  "Good-bye, "dear," said He.  "Good-bye. ,_ Don't- forget to tell  Bridget to have the chops for. dinner," she answered.  "All right." ~      ,  "And be sure and feed the ean-  ary.*:-_. -.      ���  . "Sure."  '.'Lock*up the silveiYevery  night."  ".Very well." ���     ,  "And don't forget that the gas man  is coming to tenew the burners.    Be  sure and have him put -the four-foot  burner in the servant's room." .-  , "I'll remember."  "Order kindling wood on . Thursday.'-'   .  "All* right." -   _--  .."Consult the list I made out if you  forget anything."  "I will.".   - -      -  "Better not kiss me. ' People- will  think we are just" married."  "Not if, they have been listening.''  ���Argonaut. _ - -**  :     -  WEAK'AND WORN  OUT.  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Hills   Give   New  Strength, to Overworked Women. "r"  The -life of a domestic* is a hard  one. She toils from early inoinmg  till late at. night; her work is never  done. Often she is too busy to get  out of' doors for a breath of fresh  air. Unless her, blood is kept rich  and pure"this close confinement wears  on her health. Her' strength* will  fail; she may lose her appetite,- become pale and dyspeptic. In fact "she  is in danger of a general breakdown.  S u.cn was the condition of Miss Marie  Anne Fleury, of'Ste. Anne de la Per-  ade, Que., before she used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She'says: "For  a number of.years I have been a  servant. Up to, a^ year ago I always  enjoyed the best of health, but suddenly I-was seized with pains in my  sider my appetite left me,. I became  dyspeptic and lost all strength. I  consulted a doctor-who told me I was  suffering from general debility. I was  forced to stop work and, for three  months I followed the doctor's treatment, but without benefit. I was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  "and~a3~I-had~ofteh_read_of"the7*ca'ses"  they cured, I decided to do so. I  only took eight baxes before I was  curedv���and today I am stronger than  I ever was. My digestion is good, and  I can now -go about my, work without fatigue.. I owe a debt "of gratitude to Dr. Williams' Pink; Pills for  what they have done' for me 'and I  strongly advise other weak sickly  girls to give them a trial."  Miss Fleury's case is one of many  th?.t Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  cured after doctors' help had failed.  The success of. these pills lies in the  fact that they strike right at the  root of the trouble���the-blood. Other  medicines simply act on the symptoms of the trouble���and may relieve,  but they do not cure. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills make new rich blood ���  that is why they cure dyspepsia,  rheumatism, anaemia, heart palpitation, headache, backache and the ills  of women; all these are caused by  bad blood���Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  cure them all because they make new  blood. For sale at druggists or by  mail* at 50 cents fi- box or six boxes  for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  A Plntroe of Malaria.  The excessive prevalence of malaria  In Greece is engaging the attention of  English physicists. It Is said to be  checking the development of rural life  and is a very serious thing for the nation. Out of a population of 2,500,006  there were 250,000 cases of malaria annually, and the deaths were about  1,700. Last year the number of cases  Increased to 000,000 and the deaths to  5,010. Professor Savas of the University of Athens and physician to  King George Is initiating a movement  to deal with the plague.  Gen.   Howard Tells a  Lincoln Story.  When the applause for Uncle Joe  had died away, President Young introduced Gen. Howard as an intimate  friend of President Lincoln, and Gen.  Howard told a number of stories  about Lincoln."  * "One day," said Gen. Howard, "lie  saw Senator Fessenden coming to-  waid his office room. Mr. Fessenden  had teceived the promise of some appointment 'in Maine for one oi his  constituents. The case had .been  overlooked. As soon as Mr. Lincoln  caught sight of the senator, he saw  Fessenden was angry, and called out:  "Say, Fessenden, aren't you an Episcopalian ?" Mr. Fessenden, somewhat taken back, answered. 'Yes, I  belong to that persuasion, Mr. President.' Mr. Lincoln then said, 'I  thought so.' You swear so much like  Seward. Seward is an Episcopalian.  But you'ought to hear S'anton swear..  He can beat you both. He is a  Presbyterian.' "���New York Sun.  W.   N.   U.   No. 628  The Earnest  Recruit.  A lieutenant was examining a recruit as to his manoeuvres in case  of war. "What would you do if you  met an enemy on the field of battle ?" asked the examiner.  "Shoot him dead, sir."  "Right. And what if -you met a  whole battalion of tho enemy ?"  "Shoot them dead, sir."  "Nonsense !"    You  couldn't do  it.  You should fall back and give warning.    What would you -do if you met  a cow belonging to the enemy ?"  - Shoot it dead, sir."  |;Wrong."  "Fall'back and give varning, sir."  "Wrong again. You should catch  hold of it by the horns and lead it  into camp. ,,   ��  What would'you do if'you met-me  on the^field *"  "Shoot you dead, sir."  "Eubbish! I'm not an enemy. I  wear the same uniform as you do."  "Fall back and give warning, sir."  ~ "Wrong, stupid! .I'mJ not a battalion of the enemy."  "Then, sir. I would* take you by  the hoi ns and load you into camp."  ���Lustige Blaetter.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria  Handicapped.  "Have the Eskimos adopted any of  the ways of civilization yet?"Yasked  the young man with -tlie plastered  hair.  "Exceedingly few, * said the arctic  explorer. "Think how costly it  would be, for instance, to put on a  full dress suit up there and wear-it  to tatteis in one evening."  A Sour Stomach and a Sour Tempei���  travel hand in hand aud are the -precursors of mental and physical wreck.  Nine hundred and mnoty-nino * times in  a thousand food ferment (indigestion)  is the cause Dr. Von Stan's- Pineapple  Tablets keep the stomach sweet ��� aid  digestion���keep tho nerve* centres'" well  balanced ��� they're nature's panacea ���  pleasant and harmless. * 35 cents.���88  '      Keats' Will.  -- Y  A scrap of paper Is all that the poet  .Keats left In the shape of a will. It  Is dated Aug. 14, 1820.* It consists of  ten lines of script, briefly directing the  disposal of the-poet's scanty "possessions and the prospective proceeds  from a. sale of his writings.  Most Nutritions Meat.  The most nutritious meat Is. beef  Veal ls,inferior, especially when the  blood has been removed. Mutton ls Inferior, as It contains' more wat-*r.  Lamb is Inferior to mutton.  Dear Mother  -���Your little ones are a constant* care, it  Fdl and Winter weather. -- ITiey Wl  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  .Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has-done fur so many > It. is said  to be the onlv reliable remedy for'all  diseases of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure ot your money  is returned. The price is 25d per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell ' 3^  SHIL,OH  -   This remedy should be in every household,  ST ASV! SV3 !=:s^ BE F2��s  The ARNOTT METHOD'.is the  only logical m'othod for the?'cure  of Stammering. lt treats the  CAUSE, not merely the HABIT,  and Insures natural speech.  Pamphlet, particulars and references sent on  request.  THE     ARNOTT   INSTITUTE,  Berlin, Ont.,  Can.  EXCITED NERVES,  TWITCHING MUSCLES  System Exhausted by Worry  and   Loss of  Sfleep���Perf ect Health the Result Qf Using  Dr- Chase's Nerve Food.  Such cures as this make it impossible to doubt the restorative influence of Dr. Chase''s Nerve Food.  Mrs. E. J. Vanderburgh, of Eastern .Welland avenue, St. Cathannes,  Ont., states: ��� "For-twenty-one years  I was badly ^afflicted with heart  trouble, nervousness and cramps in  the limbs, alsd twitching of the muB-  cles and nervous .headacheB. I be:  came weak, debilitated and emaciated.  My condition was distressing and I  was made woise through worry and  loss of sleep.'  "I tried a hundred remedies in vain  and reading about. Dr. Chase's Nerve  Pood I decided to try it. After having used half a dozen boxes of this  preparation my old* trouble had - entirely vanished and I was enjoying  better health than I had Bince girlhood. I am now past middle life  and am in perfect health. --1 would  not-take worlds today and go back  to my former state."  .There is more or.less mystery and  doubt as to the specific action of many  drugs,   but  it  is   positively   and   definitely, known'that iroiL.foims*   now  led corpuscles in the blood, or,    in  other words," malctes  the. blood    lich '  and nourishing.  But iron alone cannot be taken  into a delicate Rtomach. The greal  secret of the success of -Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food is in the way iron is  combined with certain other restoratives so as to make a picparation  that can be used with the greateht  benefit by even tlie most weak and  delicate peison.  'Dr.! Chase's* Neive Food is itl^o  slightly laxative as^well as tonic in  influence,'and while*'building up tho  system-insures'the regular and healthful action of the ' digestive, filtering  and excretory, systems.  If you would enrich* the blood,  strengthen the,nerves and replace  weakness and disease with*health and  vigor use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food;  50 cents a box, C boxes for $2 50, at  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto. _  'Otherwise  Occupied.  "Why can't I get my number ?"  demanded the man.  "Line's busy," replied the telephone girl. -  "1 don't believe it."  "It's-so,,just the same. Some cowr  boys have borrowed - it to hang a  horse .thief with":"���Louisville Courier-Journal.     ~ '    -Y  A Pill for'Generous Eaters���There  are "many persons of healthy appetite and poor digestion who, after a  "hearty*, meal, are subject to much  suffering. The food *' of which they  have' partaken lies like lead-in their  stomachs. Headache, depression* - a  smothering feeling follow. - One so  afflicted is unfit for business of work  of. a"ny kind. In this ��� condition  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will bring  relief. They will assist the assimilation of the ailment.T and used according to direction will * restore  healthy digestion. . ,    -  BROOKS7 MEW CURE  Brooks' Appliance. Now  discovery, wonderful. No  obnoxious springs or pads.  Automatic Air Cusbluas.  Binds and draws the broken  psrts together as you would  a broken limb. No salves.  No lymphol. No lies. Dur-  able.choap. Pat. Sept. lO.'Ol.  SEkT - ON    TRIAL.  CATALOGUE FREE.        ���  C. E. BROOKS, 3619 Brooki* Bid*.,  FOR  HiBSBAIX, HICD  - A, Marvelous Machine,  A machine which threads* a thousand needles a", minute is at work in  .a Swiss factory. - The. purpose^ of the  "machine is to thread needles'- that  are - placed afterwards in a 'loom foi-  making lace.- ��� The device is almost  entirely automatic. It takes the  jieedle, carries it along, threads it.  lies-the knot, cuts the thread off a  uniform length, Ythen carries- the  needle across an open space,- and  places it'in.a rack. 'The work of  -threading these needles was formerly  done by hand, .' -    -       -*���  ��� :���  Eighty Yeartj Old���Catarrh Fifty Years.  Ft. Agnew's/ Catarrhal - l'owiier cures  him. Want any stroiiijfir evidence of  tho power of this wonderful remedy  over -this universal disease ? Want  the truth of the' case confirmed ? Write  George Jjjwis, Shamokfn, P"_ Ho_8n..vRi  "I look upon my cure as a miracle."  It relices in ten minutes.���89.  A Voting Machine.  A machine which records votes automatically has been invented 'by a  young Italian * named , Signor' Bog-  giano. In shape the "psephograph,"  as" it is called,, is like an automatic  machine with various slots, into one  of which the voter . slips his disk.  The disk, which is cast - in copper,  passes through the machine, marks  the number on the register "of votes  and is ejected at the foot of the machine, ready to be handed to the next  voter within 'the space "of one'second. Signor Boggiano says the machine proved a great success at the  Milan Exhibition, and with it the  elections for the Eeichstag could be  effected within a couple.of hours.���  European   Peace.  A league'of peace aheady -pretty  well exists in Europe by.viitue of  circumstances. Aubtria-Hungry " ia  full of domestic dissensions; Russia is slowly' giinding hei self to  pieces by the attempt to maintain an  absolute and tyrannical domestic  system, and is up to-her eyes ,in  debt to France;'Franco has" a'good  "many-millions invested, in'Russia,  and,cannot do' otherwise than shape  ���her policy so'as to make the invest-*  ment good; -Germany is building a  gieat.-navy, and the completion of  this tasktis of far more importance  to her than any military adventures", ���  while-all that Italy'and Great"-Bri-  tain' wish for us is-to be"-let alone.  ���'Abe    Brown,  -'a famous    Tonopah  faro player, 'lost $300,000 at one sit--  ting.    He" is  a  professional  gambler  as well as" a mine owner.   . , -  METALLffc ROOFING C?  WTINT |M II=��EGY  '-<  ym  Nurses'  and  Mothers' Treasure  ;���safest regulator for baby.   Prevents  ' colic and vomiting���gives healthful rest  -���cures diarrhoea without the harmful  effects of medicines containing opium  or otner injurious drugs.     .* ��� 4 2j  ' C t iVpO 25c.-ot drus-stores.  - VU1 CO     National Drug & Chem-,  DiaiThoea^nStei  ���VLedicine  Made for  Mothers use  ICflN'S ANOtrrsE  IJ Liniment  For Internal and External use.  Cures croup, colic," cramps,  ' coughs,   sore  throat,- burns,  bruises, bites and any soreness.  25andS0cts. At all druggists.  '   I. S. JOHNSON A CO,, Boston, Mass.  Bet YoMmzJiaofs .  You can put on a roof that will *  last a hundred years and be the  rifht kind of a roof every  minute. Or you can put on a -ten-year roof  that will probably leak after .the first-rain  hits it, and keep leaking till it is rotted away.  Either roof will cost  you about the same in  money at the start.  But the " Oshawa "-  shingled roof . will be  FIRE-PROOF-liter-  ally; and wind-proof���  actually; and lightning-  proof���positively. That's thehundred-yearroof!  And that "Oshawa"-shingled roof will be  weather-proof for a century. We'll GUARANTEE in every way. for a quarter-century���from  now- till Nineteen- --'  Thirty-Two.  ' Guaranteed in writing  for 25 "years���and you  needn't ever paint it,  even! That'Sv saying  something, isn't it ?  What would your  mitt-man   say  if you  asked him tb guarantee cedar shingles for even  ten years ? He certainly:would make remarks!  And even the best cedar-shingled roof will be  leaking badly inside of ten years".  Seven out of ten of them leak the  Yfirst time it rains. "_.No wood-  shingled roof is fire-proof for a  minute, and the first high wind  that catches a loose shingle-  whoosh 1 goes'half your shinglea roof  over into the next township.  101  SME^  "Oshawa" Galvanized Steel  Shingles are GUARANTEED in  every way for Twenty-Five Years  Ought     to    Last,   a   Century  , Yet cedar shingles cost you Just  .- about the -price of these guaranteed  , "Oshawa "Shingles���28-guage toughened steel, double galvanized���good  for a century, guaranteed in writing till 1932,���fire-  and-wind-and-weath'er-proof and lightning-proof.  . Four-dollars-and-a-half a square buys "Oshawa1  Galvanized * Steel Shingles  ���ten feet" by ten feet.  Compare that with the  present price of*-cedar'  shingles ��� how does , it  strike you ?  And you can put on these  "Oshawa"  Galvanized---  Steel  -Shingles   yours-fl*?,.  easily,���with ^WK^ibolfl   but   a   claw-,  snips.    Simpl^t  thing you know���can't  wrong. _��� ,-**���*  . i' Oshawa " Shingles lock on all four sides���whole'55!  ia practically one sheet of double-galvanized  never needs painting.  And GUARANTEED  don't overlook that. Guaranteed in writing, over the  seal of a company with a  quarter-million capital,���.  guaranteed in plain  English,* without any ifs  or buts, for 25 long  years."    -    . That's  the  argument in  - a nutshell���cost the same  as   wood - shingles;   fire-proof,   water-proof,   rust-    * -!--   i_   ���"*���    ���     an8  proof,    lightning-proof;   easier   to   put   on;  1 GUARANTEED.".That's the "Oshawa1' proposition!  " Tell ns the measurement of any roof, and we'll tell  *** you exactly what it will cost to  roof  it with less work and for less money.  v,Plenty of facts that concern your  pocket-book come to vou as soon aB  you ask for our free book, "Roofing  Bight."' -- A post card will do to  ask on. \ _  Why don't yon ask now?  The Pedlar People.  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WOUNDING A FIRE.
An Odd Stiperatitibn Tlmv Dales Bad
to Ancient Time*.
A curious inoderu attempt to ratioi
alize oue of tbe oldest of superstition
is  to  be  found  in   Kipling's  "Life*
Ilandicap."'   There   Mulvuuey  check
the' author from stirring tho flro wit
Ortheris' bayonet on the ground tha
.fire takes the heart out of the steel
The real reason Is much more mysterl
ous.    It was one of the maxims ol
Pythagoras "not.to stir the Are wlUi
a sword," and to tbis day the wander
Ing tribes of North. America  and ol
northeast-Asia.hold It a sin to tak<
up a burning'ember for a pipe light
with the point of a knife.    The ex-
sr« Terrler*a Point*.
The fox terrier Is the most Intelligent
jf all the smaller breeds, and there is
{ lardly a trick that he cannot learn In
t very' few lessons.    He Is  usually
, healthy,   makes the  best kind  of a
' watch dog, and his ability to catch and
' kill rats and other vermin is another
' itory.   In symmetry, size and character
the dog must present a generally'gay,
lively and active appearance.;* The terrier, like the foxhound, must on no account be "leggy," nor must he be too
ihort In the leg.   He should stand like
i cleverly made hunter, covering a lot
ttf ground, yet with* a short.-back, as
before stated.   He will then attain the
highest degree of propelling power, to-,
gether  wltb_-_ the * greatest  length  of ^
stride" that. Is  compatible   with, the~
THE GOVERNMENT
AND ZAM-BUK
SURVEY OUT FROM FORT WIL-
LIAM TAKES A SUPRLY OF
THIS USEFUL BALM.
Zam-Buk, the favorite household
balm and salve, is now adopted as
"The Doctor" by leading parties engaged in surveying various parts of
the Dominion lands.   Y _ ~
Mr. ..Henry 'Hall, writing from Fort
William, says: "Having proved how
beneficial Zam-Buk is in, cases of
cuts, skin injuries and diseases,-1 determined ^to  keep "a supply'  handy.
. Being engaged to go'on a suiveyj 1
thought 'it would *be a most useful
thing io- 'take along. I obtained a
supply in Fort William'and very well
it was I did so. I may say that
pretty nearly, every day it was called
into- requisition by one or other of
the party for cuts, bruises, burns, ,or
some'injury or other. It is wonderful how quickly Zam-Buk takes the
soreness out of cuts, burns, bruises
and injuries;  and on*our survey"it
. earned golden opinions from all who
, had occasion to try it. I have found
it very- fine for skin disease, and *1
can strongly recommend it as a household balm."
' * Mr.' Lascelles Scott, one of the leading Government analysts, says:. "I
have no hesitation in certifying tiie
entire purity of Zam-Buk,. which in
my opinion is excellently, adapted for
skin injuries and disease's." Zam-
^uk" cures cuts, scalds,*burns, bruises,
eczema, scalp"" s'ores,- ringworm, ulcers,^, abscesses, ' chapped : -places.
Spring .pimples,' blood poison, chronic
abscesses, etc. As an embrocation
it relieves rheumatism, neuralgia and
sciatica.* All druggists' and stores
."sell at 50c. a box, or from-Zam-Buk
Co., Toronto; for price.','6 boxes-, sent
'" for $2.50., Send lc stamp and we. will
•"mail you free, sample' box"..   -'
■' The many-sided  character' of  Canadian immigration is" shown in   tno
■ fact tliat during "the last, fiscal year
, there4 were .arrivals" in the Dominion
'■from 54  countries in the  world  (in-
' "Eluding-the". Diiljish , Tslcs  and -'• the
-■United States) representing the. chief
Taces of the five continents.   Some 46
immigrants, came,from South Africa,
'171 from tlie West Indies, 340    from
i-:Newfoundland,"-c.9 from New Zealand,
•-"-.•J/from Persia',  and '18 from Egypt.
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HEALTHY  BABIES.
. '.'Healthy babies are good . babies—
- it ,is. only  the  sick  child that  cries
-all' the time."   Mothers," if you "want
to see your little ones smiling' and
happy- give them    Baby's_ Own Tablets—there is a smile in, every-dose.
The "Tablets  cure    all. the little  ail-
vments of childhood arising out of a
disordered -condition of the stomach
.-or bowels.   They are good   for   all
'babies and are sold under the guar-
■" antee of a government    analyst    to
contain no opiates or harmful drugs.
Mrs. F. D. Kirk,    Dumfries, N.  S.,
"* says:    "L. always use    Baby's    Own
Tablets .for the ailments of my little
ones and find them a splendid medi-
' cine.    A few doses   always - restores
..__thern to perfect,health.•_ I would.-not
"- be without the Tablets.in the"house."
. The tablets are sold by druggists or
by mail at 25 cents a box from The
. Dr. Williams' Medicine    Co., 'Brockville, Ont.
~   Canada has a.coiitinous waterway
of 2,384 miles from the mouth of the
,   St. Lawrence to the head of Lake .Superior.
Death   Instead of Secret." -
M. Gapel,- a distinguished 'chemist
and alchemist, of Paris, France, who
has long been trying to manufacture
gold, brought" about the death ^. of
himself and his entire family recently, just .when he believed he had
solved tlie golden riddle. *
M. Capel had recently hinted to
several people that he had made ah
important discovery in 'his experiments at gold > production, and he
wrote to his brother saying that he
believed that he..was, on the way toward solvine the* prooiem..
He called his wife and three children into his laboratory at Pomet
and showed them what appeared to
be a,nugget of gold.. '
" He was explaining to them tlie
process.he had used,'when he inadvertently pushed a basin containing
some gun-powder too near the lamp.
A terrific explosion followed,-blowing
up the entire' laboratory and leaving
it a heap of ruins.  „~    Y-"        ,	
Neighbors 'rushed to the rescue, and
with great difficulty were able "to recover the shattered bodies of _ the
alchemist, his wife and three - children.. The, wife was still able to
speale, but' she died, on her way to
the hospital. The alchemist' has left
no trace of his discovery.
Pellisson's Little Adventure.
Pelllsson, the famous Freucb historian, was frightfully ugly. One day as'
he wns ,walklng down the street a
beautiful lady took' him by the hand
and conducted him Into a house close
by. Dazzled by tbe lady's charms and
nattering himself that this adventure
could not possibly entail, any unpleasant consequences, be-had not tho
strength to offer any resistance. His
fair captor introduced him to tbe master of the house,'saying:
"Line for line, "exactly like this,"
whereupon she took her departure.
Pelllsson, on recovering from his astonishment, demanded an explanation.
The ninster.of the house, after sundry
apologies, - confessed that he was a
painter.    -     '   "■   -
"I have unde -taken," he,, added, "to
supply tbe lady("'with a picture of the
'Temptation- In the Wilderness.' We
have been debating .for a, couple of
hours as to the mode of representing
the tempter, and she .ended by saying
that she;wished me to take you for. a
model."—Revue Anecdotlque. -' • -
planatlon 19 undoubtedly given by .To  	
hannes de Piano Carplul when he telli] |e„gth 0f his body. Weight Is not a cer-
us that one of the Tartar superstition* ^^ criterion of a terrier's fitness for
coi^cerns "sticking a,knife Into the Art (,lB WOrk—general shape,*size and Conor In any <vny touching the firVwitt' tour are ^g ma-n points, and If a dog
a knife or even taking meat out of. tht t^n gauop un)j Dtny and follow" his fox
kettle with a knife or cutting near th« „p n-ara|n it matters-little what his
fire with an ax.for they believe'tbui j jf-elght'Is to a pound or so,4 though,
so the head of the fire would be cut  toughiy speaking, It may be said that
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This is evidently connected with tb<
ancient Idea that fire Is a living crea
ture, a Bacred animal, which muntuoi
be wounded byjt's human owners ,lt
case lt should be nnuoyed and deprlvi
them of Its valuable services,   ls thli
he should not scale over twenty pounds.
—Eugene R. Cole ln Home Magazine.'
.A Patient Snake.
One does not often attribute the virtue of patience to a snake. "Letters
Prom a.Surgeon," however, contain an
ln any,degree,more Irrational tliau tht] anecdote In which Its existence ls evl-
b'ellef still "existent" among houaekecp j flent j)r> perry, surgeon of the Twen-
ers that" a feeble" fire can bo made t< j tieth Massachusetts, wakened ln camp
burn up by laying the poker acioss ii  one morning .to find himself tightly
—London Outlook..
DEAFNESS OANNOT BE CURED
by local' applications,* aa .they cannot
rcaoli ine diseased portion ot tbe ear.
There is only one way to cure dftarnee-a,
and that is by 'constitutional* remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inUamed condition of the mucous limns of the i-Justach-
ian Tube. When this tube ls-iuuamod
you have a rumbling sound or imporiect
hearing,- and when it is entirely closed,
JJuatness is the result, and unless tne
intlammation can be* taken out and this
tube restored .to its normal condition,
hearing will- be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Oatarrh,
which* is nothln*5; but'an inflamed condition  of the mucous surfaces.
We will eive One Hundred Dollars tor
any case of Deafness (caused  by. catarrh)
that cannot ,be cured by Hall's (Jatarrh
(Jure.    Hend for circulars, free.        . -
f. J. -JllKM-iY.  & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold  by  Druggists, V6c.
Take  Hall's,family   Fills for  constwa-
Uon.
, Mis. Harris (looking up from a letter—i;m so glad we sent Harry to a
boarding school. I knew , lie,., would
make his maik. He says he is ', already considered one of the ' best
scholars. < -        . . '- --
Mr. Harris—Let me see that letter.
Why that isn't "scholars," it's "scullers."—Chums,     , ..,■*..;..
-The Judge "Sinned Too. -
Wirt Gerrare,"-In* hl3 volume on
"Greater" Russia." says - that In the
czar's country one may not call another a "fool. There is a Scriptural Injunction against that, and It-Is* consequently a legal offense too. Not "long
ago a "vint" player called his partner
a fool* for needlessly trumping their
trick. The offended man brought his
accuser before the court The-culprit
pleaded provocation and, knowing that
the judge was a passionate "follower of
the national game, explained the matter in detail. Tho judge became interested and got excited as the particulars
of the play were given." "I'took" the
trick with my queen; and,"Instead of
throwing away, my. partner played* the
king!" shouted the accuser. "The fool!"
said" the judge." Then be hastily dismissed the case. ■        '  * ■
. -It Is a Livei; Pill.—Many of„ the
"ailments that man has^ to contend
with have their origin in a disordered liver, which is a-delicate organ,
peculiarly &usceptible to the disturbances that come "from'irregular habits
or lack of* care in eating and drinking. This accounts for the great
many' liver regulators now" pressed on
the attention of "sufferers. Of these
there is none superior to Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills. Their operation
though gentle is effective, and the
most delicate  can use  them."
. The distance from Halifax to Vancouver is greater than from London
to' Halifax.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
" Towne—That's"   the    local  weather
forecaster who just passed us.   ,
—Browne—Indeed ?—-He-isn't-'a--jvery
healthy-looking man, is he ?
Towne—No; he says the climate
here ^ doesn't agree with him.
Browne—Yes .■' I wonder if that's
why he keeps changing* it so much ?
—Catholic Standard .and Times.
Canada contains one-third of
r     ^.^   area of the British empire*.   ,
If    "•'      -"Y'-'Y''^?;'*
the
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■^Jsays a-Stilling Hand on Pain.—
' ^»1S *n ^ie joint5 ani^ limbs an(-i
1 k   '"Hfijitio pains, neuralgia    and
-"•V *   i-'V^ionias'  Eclectric Oil
"■"' Well rubbed in,
it    ancKit quickly
tly     " relieVes    the
'Its  value lies in  its
j    of lemovin;-*"   pain
'^oody',  and  for* that    good
it iH prized.
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sitor—Henri, I have   got    some
:e  sweetB in  my  pocket_ for  you.
'•■ (Jrl will give you one when I go
Y j?     Henri—Well, go now, can't you-?—
"lyur        . -
Bon Vivant.
The Yukon  district
"large as France.    .
is  almost    as
Have You 'a 8kln Diseaso ? — .Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Eczema. Itch, Barber's Itch, Ulcers, Blotches, Chronic EryBtpelas, Liver Spots.
Prurigo. Psoriasis, or other eruptions of
the skin—what Dr. Agnow's Ointment
has done for others it can do for you
—cure .you, One application -gives relief.—35  cents.—87
The Lock Canal.
The time required for the construction of the lock canal at JPanama ls
about eight years, or virtually one-half
tho time that the sea level would consume In Its construction. Tho expenso
in round numbers, Including the Inter-
es»T-ir tfj-uhiycstmeut during tho addl-
tl-v-al eight yecs that the sea level
vunnl would take *for; building and the
loss of profit during those eight years
from the tolls whlr-h V-ould bo earned
with a lock canu! would make the difference In cost between $ir>0,000,000
and $300,000,000. In other words, the
time and cost-of the sea level canal
are just about double that of the lock
canal.—From Secretary Taffs>"The
Panama Canal" In Century.
• _ Itch, Minge, Prairie Scratches and
overy form of contagious Itr.h on human or'ammals cured In" 30"~rninutes hy
Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
An old gentleman, pointing to his
favorite dog, said proudly:   v
"That dog certainly' seems ^almost
human at times." -     T
"Yes," said his wife, "he growls
over his food as much ' as * you do."
—Minneapolis Journal.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Have.used MINARD'S LINIMENT
for Croup; found nothing, equal to
it, sure cure.
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Hawkshaw,\N. B., Sept.  1st., 1905.
TEA BUGS AND TEA'MITES.
Tbeir Are the. pi&Raea of  tbe A»»nij
Tea Gardens.
. Every animal and plant haB Its para
site,, and from this general law, l<
seems, the tea plant Is not exempt
Two lusects-are described as spendlin;
their lives*ln tea-drinking"." They an
the plague of the Assam tea gardeni
and are. known as the tea bug and tei
mite.   '.',--
The mites spend their entire lives or
the. tea plant and are never known t<
attack any other leaf. They live Ir
families and societies on the uppei
side of the full grown leaf and spin i
"delicate web for a shelter. They thei
puncture the leaves and pump out th»
liquid ln the plant veins.
They seem to become very dainty ii
their-tastes, for .a sprinkling of - mud
dy-water over their floor and tea tabli
Is .the only'remedy known "to checl
their ravages. Even this is iiot al
ways "effectual.
" The-tea'bug Is_stlll more destructlv*
and Is evidently -possessed of an ap
preclatlon of .the best kinds of tea
since It always' attacks those of. t
mild and delicate' flavor. Such' as af
ford'harsh' and rasping liquors are al
most entirely .free, from Its attacks.-
London Chronicle.', * \, .  ,.
held In the'clutch of Dr. Hay ward, his
Benlor officer. - _
"Don't-move, John, till I say threel"
ordered "the senior -sharply. "Then
Belze my hands and spring to your feet
One, two, "three!"       * *
At the word Dr. Perry jumped, and
he never made a cleaner leap. He was
just In time to see a moccasin dive under the coat, which be* had been using
for a pillow. Armed^wltb sticks, they
dragged the coat away, but saw only
the hole into which the, snake had glided. The Burgeon had-accldentally blocked the entrance to the reptile's abode,
and it had, lain all colled under the
back of his neck, waiting patiently for
him to move so it could enter.     -   .
Leaving; Security.   ,
Johann Sleberlich is by nature sus
plcious; but, says the Albany Journal
he appreciates" a' reasonable proposl
tion. A traveling butcher.came hi*
way one day and bargained with him
for eight head of fine cattle. The pi-lc<
being satii'rui.-lory.-'-tliie'.butcber felt It
his pocket and found;, he had not
brought his wallet. '. L „'
"I have not the money^lth-me," hi
said, "but I will drive the cattle tc
town and send the .money back tc
you." .
"Neln!"   said  Johann  emphatically
"That  goes  not  goot-   You  should!
* bring de moneys first."
"Well, I tell you what I'll do?' said
the butcher frankly. ,'T'll .drive onlj
six of them in, and I'll leave tbe othei
two as security for the debt."
Johann studied a moment and thei
his" facelighted."
"All'right,""he said.   "Dot ls chusl
*so goot.   Ven you leave dose two yoi
baf bought den lt Is, sure'you comei
back und pays me."
The Wrong Man.
.-•Now,-my dear sir," said the life as- -
surance agent persuasively, "I wonder
If I might put before you one" or two
powerful reasons why you should' Insure your life?"-
"Certainly,, my-dear-sir," "replied the
victim; "fire away. I shall be delighted *
to listen to yoii."  \"
Accordingly the' life assurance man
delivered a lecture of nearly half an
hour's duration on the advantages of
life assurance, setting forth all the rea>
sons why his listener "should Insure his
life" Immediately for a large* amount
When he was done the other man said:
."Well/ that's "not bad," but nothing
new." .-'    * ,
• "Nothing new?" asked the life aBSUC-_
ance man. "What do you mean?"
"Oh, well," .said theother, "you'see,
I'm a life assurance' agent myself, and
I wanted to/see If you had "any new
Ideas to give me." .-
- , Toad Superstitions., "'
Superstitions as to toads having been
early Inculcated, It has- been exceedingly difficult to get rid of them." One
remnant of this,ancient credulity still
exists. It ls In regard to th'e ■absolute-
Imperishable character of the toad.
There are well educated Americans
who believe that a toad hops out alive
from a slab of stone though be has
been imprisoned there for several millions of years. Wo give ln brief Dr.
Buckland's experiments with toads In
1825. He took twelve toads and' bad
the toads put ln twelve cells cut In
sandstone, and over these be put plates
of glacss. They ,were burled In a garden for over a year.. When'exhumed
they were all dead. ■ Then some were
put In porous'sandstone, and at the
end of a year a few were found "great-,
ly emaciated."' When burled for .another year,* they all died. Toads were
Inclosed ln wood," and they all died.
The conclusion ls that deprived of atmosphere or without food, toads must
die. If a toad'as a tadpole could have
entered a crevice ln a rock, It might
have grown, but would have died In
time for want of air and food.* This
toad nonsense ls so ineradicable that it
Is supposable It never can be diss!;
pated. ' -       '..;"'.'
Minard's  Liniment-Cures "Distemper.
rn bt¥*j>m
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The Mackenzie." river ^is,,' with 'its
tributaries', ,2,500 miles long—equal to
the distance from "Liverpool to Halifax.
i ,' '       " Bis Game Birds.' ;**,*' ~',r^'
' The capercailzie, or "black game bird
of Norway*," Is one of the largest 'spe-1
cles of game birds In the world, being;  (
very hardy-and frequently attaining a'-i-j 'v' ''n'^l
weight exceeding fifteen pounds, but . .   »,»".;W*
when the birds are young^ they" are j*f '"    3;*-*
easy prey of hawks.   Tho.]birds* are~~'
what arc known ns "rangers",for the  ^
reason  that  whilo „ln quest of. food * **-
they cover a wide expanse of territoryY *
Duriug periods of heavy snowfall they
burrow Into tho snow and remain until**."*
(ho storm subsides  before  venturing;  ~,
jut again.  Their food In_wlnter con-r„ ,
elsts chiefly of birch buds, and In sum-, „
mer they catcb "mice nnd other,;sniitll
animals.  Tbey are rated as members   j>
of the grouse family aud In habits nroY
much like" the partridge.—Forest and,...
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Dropsy Is One Positive 8lgn of Kidney
Disease—Have you any .of- these unmistakable signs? PufBness .under the eyes?
Swollen limbs? 'Smothering- feeling?
Change of the character of the urine ?
Exhaustion after least exertion ? , If
you have there's dropsical tendency and
you shouldn't delay an hour'in putting
yourself under the ' great South, American  Kidney  Oure.—86
Pattl'a Flrnt Andlence.   ,
Adellna Patti once gave the following account of ber first audience:?At ,
six years of age T was a prima donnn .
of the nursery.  When I hnd been put]
to bed on my return home -with- my \
father and mother from tbe opera' I '
used to make sure"that tbey and5 the
rest, of. the family were asleep, and'
then I would bop* out from beneath the',
counterpane and fancy myself "a great's
cantatrlce, bowing before tbe plaudits
of a huge audience.  I admit my audience was a little apathetic, but, after *
all, that Is not*to be wondered at,'for
they were only a row of dolls -'which h
bad ranged on chairs before me.
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-The" boundary line between Canada and the United. States-is 3,000
miles long—1,600 by land, 1,400
through" water. .        ,.     J- r"'Y   .--    *
Canada_has~-6,000-miles~-of~water-
ways from the St. Lawrence to the
Mackenzie,-with-only-150 miles of
land break.
Use the safe, pleasant and effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator; nothing equals it. Procure a bottle and take it liome.
if
The best medicines in the.
world cannot take the place^cf
the family physician. Consult
him early when taken ill. If
the trouble is with your,
throat, bronchial tubes, or
lungs, ask him about taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
take it or not, as he says.
The Fall of a City.
The Inhabitants of an Industrial town
seeking to abandon It, In a body—a
strange Incident of modern times—ls
now'to be witnessed In Spain. The
ftown Is that of Bejar, near Salamanca,
whose people are using" their utmost
endeavors to have-themselves distributed — men, women and children—
aniong the South Amerlcau republics.
Be'jar was once a flourishing town wiih
a.reputation for its cloth fabrics. Flf-
,ty years ago the population numbered
22,000,' but the place has gradually declined and today has only 9,000. ""'
Canada's three northern districts of
Mackenzie, Ungava and Franklin are
larger than China proper.    .
Have you tried Holloway's Corn
Cure ?• It has no equal for removing
these troublesome excresences as
many have testified who have tried
it.
Some people couldn't get ahead if
they didn't push someone else behind 1
Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indigestion, constipation, dizzy spells —these
are some of -the results of an inactive
liver. Ask your doctor if be endorses
Ayer's Pills in these cases. The dose
is small, one pill at bedtime.
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The Drama In France.
The mayor of Toulon has had pasted
at the local municipal theater an order, which reads, "Nobody will be allowed to hiss, to - make audible ' remarks, to applaud Ironically* or to
yawn noisily, to use bad language or
to otherwise disturb the dignified calm
necessary to the "proper enjoyment, of
the drama." We trust tbat lt ls the
translator and not tbe mayor -who Is
responsible for the split Infinitive,—
Boston Globe.
English Society.
Cockney is rapidly becoming the
current dictum of the best English society. A well brought up young lady
was recently heard to call across the
table at a shooting lunch to a man
with Wellingtonian*nose and domelike forehead, "Now, then, bird faice,
pass the rabbit food,"—Vanity Fair.
Some Good Dairy Rules.
Do not allow dogs, cats or loafers
to be around at milking time.
Keep the stable and dairy room in
good condition, fresh air and clean.
All persons who milk the cows
should have their finger nails, cut
closely.
Milk with dry hands. Never allow
the hands to come in contact with the
milk.
Strain the milk through a metal
gauze and a flannel cloth or layer ol
"•otto*** as "oor as it ip drawn.
Beards.
A. Brandt, In his writings on the hu
man beard, proffers an opinion direct
Iy opposing thet of Darwin that the
^beard^is-a-hereditary-remnant-of-ani
mal growth. According to Brandt, It li
an acquisition, so that even the occa
sional beard of women has a prophetli
significance, for as man has overtakei
woman ln his whole organization so 1)
ls the case also with reference to th<
beard. But slowly women are follow
ing, and now 10 per cent of then
show a stronger growth. • The womai
of the distant future would then like
wise be adorned with a beard.—Dii
Umschau. '   .
Ten Thousand Telegrams at Once.
In 1871 at a celebration bold ln Ne**i
York In honor of Professor Morse^thi
original Instrument Invented by hlu
was exhibited, connected at that mo
ment by wire with every one of-tin
10,000 Instruments then In use In tin
country. At a signal a message fron
the Inventor was sent vlbratinf
throughout the United States and wai
read at the same time ln every clt]
from Now York to New Orleans an<
San Francisco. "**
. Appreciating; Wagner.,
"The Ring of the Nlebelungen" was
first produced In. London under the
special patronage" of King Edward VII.
when he was Prince of Wales. He
loyally remained In his box' from beginning to end, although he confessed aft-,
erward that it was vthe hardest. work
ho ever did.. When Wotan came on the
darkened stage to an accompaniment
of discords the prince took a doze and
an hour later was awakened by a double forte crash of the large orchestra.
He fell asleep again, but lri fifteen mln-'
utes was startled by another tremendous crash and found Wotan still singing against time. After the performance the prince told the manager In
great confidence that If there was a
Wotan in other Wagner, operas he
would'wlthdraw.hls patronage..
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"Johnny, dear," called Mrs. Fergu
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"Talk about your useless noises!" to
muttered sleepily.—Chicago Tribune.
mi:\
Wan  Late.
Miss Ascum—Miss Sere tells me Eh
Is only twenty-three. Doesn't that seen
strange to you? Miss Wise—Yes;"verj
strange. It would seem to lndlcnti
that she wasn't born until ber te-iti
birthday or so—Exchange.
Justice pleaseth  few  ln  their owi
house.—Herbert
For Winter Eggs.
This ration has been found effective
in the production of eggs in winter at
the Canadian experimental farms for
many seasons past: A mash composed
of shorts, 2 parts; ground oats, 1 part;
oornmoal, 1-part; meat meal, 1 part)
the whole mixed into a crumbly condition with boiling water.
Even the Saltan.
On .one occasion when the famous
Nasr-ed-dln.was pressed for money he
"went to the sultan~fd71^rmfssldhrto"
levy a tax of a penny on every man ln
Turkey who was afraid of his wife.
The sultan gave him leave, and at the
end of a few months Nasr-ed-dln re-,
turned with a hundred mules-laden
with gold. "But what am I to get out
of all this?" inquired the sultan. "I
have brought you a beautiful Georgian
slave," replied the sage. -.'Hush!" said
the sultan, glancing over, his shoulder.
"Don't let my wife hearl" And the
wily Nasr-ed-dln Hedja added another
penny to his store.
The One Exception.
The topic of debate at the Poets-
club meeting was, "Which of the Seres
Contributes Most to Life's Happiness?"
"I think," said a woman called upon
to speak on the feminine side, "that
there Is no doubt that man contributes
most to the life happiness of woman—
that ls" (upon second thought) "unless
he happens to be her husband."
Not Innocent.
"Tommy, I'm going to punish you
severely."
"What fori pa?"
"Now, don't try that innocence game.
I know all the bad things you've done
today."
"No, you don't, pa. You don't know
where I hid the strap you whack me
with."	
Core For Profanltr*
The cure . for profanity—reformers
and educators please make a note—Is
merely wit enough to handle your
words so that swearing will seem like
baby talk In comparison.—Patriot
One might call employmo.it agencies
the laboratories ln which haman lives
are vivisected.—Phelps.
"Alfred Vanderbilt has sent twenty-
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lists at British and continental shows.
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Cattle with horns ars dangerous
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Cars of tht Horse.
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De. T. A. Blocura, Limited:
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reach of mcdVnl aid, They used Psychine and
Ozomulslnn and they aro now in good health.
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•tato these facts lor tho benefit ol other sufferers
bom this terrible disease.
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Cows.
Is-
Miss Ascum—She's a brunette, isn't
she?
Miss Wise^—I don't know. I haven't
seen her for nearly six months.—Philadelphia Press.
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Lt-- THE LEADER; MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA;  ���vPablished in the interest of the people  -   of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F, J. SMYTH, publisher.  Had   a C owded House.  -*-���  UNION 9$mi8 jdABEI.  BATES OF SBBSCElniON.  Oae Year $2.00  SATURDAY, MARCH,'2.-J. 1907.  Candy    catches    more   girls, than  pot-fry,  By the way, have  you   cleaned   up  your buck yard yet?  The fishing 6eiiaon opens next, Monday,   Now, get ready.,  .Loyc calohes many qiii,er   fish, but  matrimony is. the nt-t result.  Don't glue your eyes to a penpy and  overlook the dollar rolling by.  Tbe elephant with a swollen trunk  maybe Baidto suffer from excess bag-  T* * VI  .Not the big earner, but the wise investor ti .the   future   capitalist.   Buy  i 5      '  real estate in Mo}ie and become one.  .'The man wbo cultivates, ajterrapin  appetite on a cheese socdr/ick ,income  is sure to come to grief sooner of later.  Tlie opera house wns crowded ; last  Saturday evening with an enthusiastic  and sympiritlieiio. audience, luigely  comprised of Irishmen and their families, to witnep8 the Irish concert. Riven  in honor of St. P.i'rick by  tbe  piipils  of St. Joseph's school in Nelson.   Tlie  . *     .      -  city band led oil .'with the- overture  "Sons of Erin," and there,;followed a  lengthy program ofirish songs and airs  tliatrellecled the greatest crediton the  young performers. The closing tableaux, combining .the Ute Michael  DaviU'a prophetic vision of Ireland's  future, with a retrojinpect of her suffering*, took with the audience immensely.���Nelpon Nfjws.  Reduced ��� Easter   Fares.  ; Tlie Carifttliiin PjciIIc Railway Co  announce the usual reduced rates oi  fare and one third.for the Easter holidays,. March', 29cl until April 1st.  Tickets will be on sale at all stations  Port Art'inr and west March 27th until April lat. Final limit for return  April 2nd. For full paiticulars. rates,  folders and. tickets apply to local agent  or write, J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson.  Strange .that so  many men  think  tl^ey can steer the ship of state, when  they   can't- even   paddle   their   own  canoe.   ��-��<        *  __ There are two classes of people * on  tbe money question���one arguing th.it  coin, bains; round,i8 desigaed to  roll;  the Other that, being fiat, it was msant  to be piled up. .  " Phoenix Jailed to have a representative at tbe��meeting of f.he Associated  . Boards oi Trade, and the Pioneer is  amply justified-in dealing..out4o ,.the  . citizens of that town a slight repremand.  ���' ;���'���>';:'' 0 '^r-r-V^r*-,   .  \J .  ���  ing better   for -the   men   at   the St.  Eugene5*- Aquino hour day for all men  working on the outside is   tho   latest  " * k  step in the  rig'nt   direction.     Miners  and rhillmen are universal ,in  saying  . that the St. Eugene is'the most   con  gdnial mine at which they  have   ever  worked.  This speaks well lor tlie com  pany", and it also  cxulaius the  reason  why it is   never   diflbult   to procure  good thQn at'-tnia mine.'  ' OUR, EASTER GREETINGS  takes tlie form of an off^r to supply  vou wiih an uatisilly handsome Easter oui lit. We have secured an exoep-  tionally attractive collection of modish  fabrics  to make into clothing for  you! '  I Tlie .patterns are exclusive. You  cannot git them elsewhere. The farl  ier you call tlie wider your choice.  Such goods are too fine to remain long  unordered.  ������ Gleaning, repairing and  pressing -<3 oixe.  B. C  MOJIE,  St.  Joseph's:, Gonyent,  Bright Witness.  .   Lawyer���What..was done in thei interim?  /Witness���I don't know, sir. I.didn't  ._g"o.injoJ.he_iujorjm^_Ijs t a yed_in. Xhe_  unteroaru.���Chicago Journal.  NOflOli.  Tfck'e notice that I, J. Av Goupill,  intend to apply to the Board of Licence  Commission'ers for the Cranbrook district at their regular me(etiog to beheld  on Junel5i.li, 1907,'fora transfer from  me to Summers &' Thompson of the  licence tor the Manhattan hotel situate  at tlie town of Moyie, B. 0..  Dated this 13ih day of March 1907.  (Sgn'n) J A, GoupiU.  ��� *-,-���'*'������/���.'��� ���*. ���ivy----.  ..**.*-���     '. r>-��iin?  - CIRCULAR,       sometimes induce  LETTERS    ���  .people to buy inferior goods.  Don't have to buy anything from us  Until you have given it a through examination. Everything ia open to in-  p* e -ticnJ And the closest scrutiny  will reveal nothing unworthy.  Our slock of Writing P.ipnrs, Envelopes and Office stationery ia buperioi  to anything obUinalrte olatewhere at  Birch low prices.  Ihe Moyie Drug  and Stationery Coe  ��REST PHOTO CO.  CLiUtfaaooK. asd Mo*as4  NELSON, B.' C.     -  hoarding and Day School conducted hy ,iue Sisters of St. Joseph, NelBon'  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specially. Excellence and  swift progress characterize each de  partment. Parents should write foi  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of tht  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  comnunco January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during term.  L O. 0. F.  Wlldey lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in���McGregor  ball on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. MacFaiuane, ,       F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  St. Eugene IiOdsro No. 37.  K. of P.  Meets evsry .Thursday  ���vening    in   McGregor  /fall at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brothers invited.  0.  A. Foote, "     F. J. Smyth,  Chancellor Com. K, R, and S.-  Moyie   Miners'. Union  No. 7!  W. F, of M."-,  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning membors  are cordially invited to attend.  J. L. Gihuons,  President.  Jas. Roberts,  Secretary  GREAT    BARGAINS  $250; '  Buys lot and large building, suitable,  for house or barn,-on Victoria street.  $1,200,  Lot and seven room house,   House  well finished and in good location.  $500  ���   Lot in   center  of  business district  with small building.  ;    , $750  Two story building and lot, situated  in business center. Store room 15x40.  Terms, one-half down, balance on eas<  payments. ��� Cheaper if spot cash is  paid. Clean title. Biggest bargain in  the list. ;  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors,.Notaries, EtcT  Cranbrook,   .' -   B. C.  W. F. GURB,  BARKISTEi:,';9OI.ICIT0K, "GTC.  CRANBROOK.; B. C  O. H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary' Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. F. B. MILES,  Cranbrook, B, C.  George H. Thompson,  Barhistkb, Solicitor, No  tary Public, &o.  CRANBROOK, -    British Columbia  W, R. BEATTY  Embalinor and Undertaker,  Phone 89.  CRANBROOK.  ' Bspress and General Delivery Business. \ Li very and  Feed Stable.  Leave Orders at  GWynne's Store.  MOYIE British Coluni'jia.  $400  Will buy four room nouso and  two  lots.   $200 down and balance on time.  $300  Two room house and..lot, in go.od  location,   House rents for fj-8 a month.  $700  Large warehouse and lot on Victoria  street.  $400,  Large boarding house close to mine.  All furniehed and ready to move in.'  8500  Foui  room iiouso and lot.    Good  location.  $125     ���  Good lot in Government addition.  $800  Three bonnes bringing in a rental of  {34 a month.  \  $850  Seven  room   house on   Tayistock  street,  $60  Good residential lot in  Farrell  addition.  $850  Two lots and   two  room  house  on  Lake street.  Eleven residential lots in lake Shore  addition. '      '   ���  $600  House an,d lot, and garden.  $75>.  Will buy good residence lot,.  $175  Let.in Farrell addition.  .These" are'only a few of the many bargains we have.  Just choose the lot or .piece of property.you desire and call  on us. ��� Ten chances to one.it is on our list.  - The.time to buy Real Estate is when the market is on  rise.'- Moyie is a great camp.   Why not own a home in it?  Insurance.    Real Estate.   -Collections.  ^j����e.-0  DRINIL  _ "NOTICJS.  NOTJCE'id hereby given thnt S3 days utter  date', I l'ate'nd to upply to tho Honourable Chief  Commissiouer of Imnds aud A'orks (or a ipudu*"  licence to cut arid curry avj'ay timber' from the  following described lund-j, tn-rSouni-Enit-Koo--  teuay:���Coinmeuclng-at a post plnutcd at the  South West Corner'of iVHUai-i, Bales ���limber  olalm near Tunnel Cieek, tllenee South 1JJJ  chains, thence Knst 10 chains, thenco North V20  chains, thenco West-10 chains to place of commencement.  Dated tho'5th day of Marclvt907.  ' A.\D. MacDonald,  D, Stewart, Agent.  MINERAL ACT.    .    . .  (romi K)  Certificati: of JMi'iiovEMeN're.  NOTIOB. '    ' *  "Cambrian" Mineral Claim, sltunto In Hie  Fort Steele Mining Divlhlon of liJ-iL Kootenay  District!  Wheie located:���Adjoining and to west end of  the Crown Granted mineral clulni "Lake Slioie"  nt Moyie, Knst ICootomiy, I), C,  TAKK NO TICK that I, Charles A. MnoKny,  I5', M. C. no. 1). 702 actlnrf ns agent for The Illaek-  MacKay Stlnlng Company, Limited, Non l'ei-  bonnl Liability, i-'ree Miners Cei'liflc No, II. 595,-  Intend, i,ixty ilayn from the date hereof, lo  apply to the Mining P.^eoider for a Cei'llllento  of ImproveiP.onti/to'r the purpose of ob'.uiuing  a Crown Grunt of the above claim.  And further take  notice  that action, under  section 37, must be,commenced   before the ip-  v.iunee of such Certificate of Improvements!  Dated this 12th day of 1'ebiuary, A. D. 1907.  ' CUAULKSA.M^CKAY.  NOTICE. v  NOl'ICi; Is hereby given that, 30 days after  date, I Intend to apply to the Honorable Commissioner of Lands and Woiks for a special  license to cut and carry away timber from the  foilowiug described lauds, situate In Knst  Kootenay, to wit:���Commencing 'at a post  planted on the North'East bunk'of tho North  West Fork of the Elk River ubovo the Ca'pjon  and situate near the Northern Boundary of F.  I'odblela-lii'lk's coal claim, thenco East -10  chains, thence North 80 chains, thence Wi st  l>0 chains, thenco Somn 80 chains, thence East  40 chblna to point of commencement.  Dated the IGth day of January, Vilit:  A. J. FARC*yHARSDST  '    B.S- aWYNNE  Oi-;.ir8,        [fobaoco;. Coiifcliondry  Fruits, E'c  FARRELL.BLOCK,  % DESAULNIER BKOS,   I'rops.  L:ir.*o sr.rjiple loom in connection  witiriiouslTfor counnurciiil nian.-*BesT  of accommodations.  HeaJqiiiirlcrs  for   Commercial and MinuigMi'n.  QtTEENS   AVENUE, MOYIE,   B. C  BUY'YOUIt  SLr8^,  .S3L  ST3, \3LXt GbXX-  FllOM  A- B; Stewart- & Co,  Assent. for   CrQiv^'. rfost  Steam Laundry.  COLONIST KATE3 %  io  Kootenay aiid.Nortli Pacific  Coast;    -  From  All   Points..  Ontario,   Quebec,  ATaritijie. Provinces,  St, Paul,  Chicago,  and  United StateS..  ON SALE DAILY."  till April 30.  Se.nd for )-our irienda while the rates  ire low.    Full particulars oii, application to local ajrenttf or write."  J. Attwofi'd, Agent, Moyie.  f.S CARfER,  Dist, Pass. Agt  Nehon,  E. J. COYLE,  AsVt Genl. rkss, Agt  Vaucoaver,  The BesJ'Bottied Baer made in Canada today.  For QUALITY and PURITY  it is UNEXCELLED.  .    i --     , ' ��� ���  Wholesale Wine and Spirit ��� Merchant.  Cranbrook SOLE AGENT  B.   C  JESOTJSXjb  Comfortable  Rpoms  and  Best of  Table Board;  Summers & Thompson.  ���* PROPRIliTOUS.'     .  HOP  ASSAYISltir  NELSON".  B. C  0. F. DEiAULNIER  DEAIER  IN  TROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  GO  WHOUSSAIJE AND   RETAII,  MEAT    MERCHANTS  Fresh and Oured Meats, Fresh  Ffah, Gums  ana Poultry.   We  supply only  tho best.    Your  ',    trade solicited.-  MARKETS  Inf". all  the   Principa)  0itie3 and   Towns   in  British Columbia  6'aw1  i> aaat     iV|     ��i  ST<D? A-T TIJE  COSMOPOLITAN' '  .',*--.      ���  WHEN IN  ���"  - CRANBROGK  E. n. SMAI.I., aiannccr.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and  first class sample rooins.  THE  uead office,'Tcrato'sfrp'-  aSTifitlSHJED "1887  B. E. WALKER, President :  ALEX. LAIRD, Geperal Manager ���;  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of I  Branches  md-up-Capital, $10,000,000 >  ^est,   -   -   -      5,000,000  Total Assets��V 113,000,000 \  . Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England ,  ��� BANKING  BY  MAIL 85  Bosinesss jn&y be transacted by mail with any branch  of the Bank.   Account^-;niay be opened tand deposits *.  made or withdraw^ by mail.   Every attention is paid     ',  ���to out-of-town accounts.,:'  CRANBROOK BRANCH.   ' F. C. MAIPAS. MGR *  GREAT STOCK  REDACTION SALE.  We are overstocked to the .extent of $20,000; ,and  this surplus must bp- reduced. . ,    *  SALE BEQINS T0MY/;  WE WILL PAY^1  RAILWAY FARE  ' Any person purchasing $15 -worth- of goods at  sale pi'ipes, providing not mprp/than half is groceries, will have the' priVeYof their double fare ticket  refunded. ���  ranbrook Co-Operative Stores  LIMITED.   ,  ss~  ^j^j^m^mB^^^^^m&.u.'^x^s^^i   ^ffm&mis^maimist3ssm  is  $  m  &  m  (IS  m  A.  f  w  ���-4T; jg#^^^^^%% Ki  ' '    *.:>Y|  and Ready-To-Wear  OPENING..''  Tuesday, Marcb 19th and following days..  Reid & Company extend to the ladies  of  Moyie  a very, cordial invitation to ) visit their   display   of  Spring Millinery and Ready-to-^ears.  A largfc assortment of >white Blouses" have  just  arrived.  \J  $., ' CRANBROOK, B. C.  t?i ������ ���n��  "in * li i .11    iiil"iii|'I   tnt* m <nf ^m^S^fSLmsm, ^Ztr-^e-^ 9^**  -_^555^S5^555^5^5*^5*S  **"^ ^^ *^^*555^?*,5i^',^.xs^.\5i.  <tl9999^S9999GGS-St^GG^9999999^999999999999999999999999'  eh  OTEL.  i��  1  fi)  P. F. J0EMS10M  jg'Thia Hotel is New and well Furnished  ���       Tables1 are Supplied with the  Market affords. The Bar is  the'ifest Brands pf Liquors a3  %  ��.  <D  (I.  m  to  to  to'  to  IA   MOTI15  HEADQUARTERS ,FOR "COMMPiRCIAl  ' ANJ>.M-IK-rflG MEN  ���    .,-      ���      --        ��� imiTisn coLurffl  A.  GRSNIER.  '   Gra-nhrqok,  B.^C.  AWNING MAKER*  TARPAULIN,  BLANKET MAKER.  Made on short notice and at  " lowest-.- prices.  As mid*^ by the prpsont brewer  is   admit.fcd]^   tbe  Best Beer in East Kootenay. Willi U��e Bje'st M,alt and ,  the purest Spring Water it is unexcelled JGj* quality.  Iusi'st On having Moyie'Beer^        ' '     '  Bottled antfUnaftBeei^  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor*.  MOYIE, B. 0..  ���^,-JrJF'

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