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The Moyie Leader May 25, 1907

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 3'     -i- ��* V -i-ri  i, 'it 'St jf-'SWl  -',' *���*? Y*** '.--* ��--���''���-; ''ffeja-i  -     '       .  '^ r�� ,' u~ -^-/ y_ ^^Ttf'fl  ..     f _.     , -   .... I  .       1 . i   * .'-S.B  -;��-���       ,  ^yHE^'you"want a V4  DIAMOND RING  ** 'VSEE .   - ."  W. H. , WILSOft-Jewsier, 2.,..,  CRAN-JROOK.      '        !t  i.   ���*   -���    jivV 1  ft r  . "  yOL.!0,NO7  ^w&k-j   rot-. -.wAT?*r i .-ftft-v v *" :"SO  v .,.jtiABLE --yrt -;"':?" -.'���-; T^ji  I.      WEDDING- :BJNG���iS',' -: -'"'Si  ',"   -        -'     . CALL" ON _l Y*;..'VyY^V" '/��  ;     \W..H.. WIJLSdN,. Jeweler \yf  ' -W.f:&  !,     '������    _    ', CRANBROOK/^   +7\jf7-    ��"_$��.  MOYIE, B. Go:;MAY.2o."1967.  We^ilirSen  all the  _ ' Y -Whichwe have in stock at  Y^ -v  Greatly Reduced Prices,  ���   ��� rc*�� *������*���*���     -��� -   r   - ( '*��� "���_ *j  ~WHich;.anyone'needing a suit'of    "-  Clothes can't afford to overlook.     ; ������'  SgE WHAT WE ARE- SELLING.  -   Y    'Y   Y ��� *-'      '        .        i-,   ���     ��� .5   (   ' *  GENERAU NEWS NOTES.  . MaryayHie and Kaslo had big  celebrations: yete terday.  ��� Kingsgate feels the. necessity of  ft postoffice and a public s.chooJ.  ��� -.__ *_, - * .. , --  . An alarming shortage of miners,  lumbermen and ^carpenters exists  in the _��ootenays.  Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce has now 173 branches in  Canada and the United States.  6A year  WILL BUILD -> :\  NEW CHURCH  '.t  LOCAL NEWSi  "D. C. Corbin, tne millionaire  railroad builder,of Spokane, was  married in New York last week. *  The-Eagle convention, which  was to- havfe met in Fernie on  June Oth; has been postponed un-  til next,'  yoarY  Presbyterians   Mak  Ing Good Start.  A LOT  edati^odcs  < *    r  .''      ���       ** ���>     *;    -    A -  ' -   are; tpdayf the best stoeks to'invest in."' .   ���;  International' Cpftf^Co'lcn, iky7? ';'*Y_*. .Alberta Goal <$-.C6ke, ".'.'  Nicola '"Coal "ifCo^e,7'1-*-  ���'*���-������   -��� ��� '"*   T*> ft  im.iMm.i_i  * -..    k    .      -4 -it"     \        I     1      "5       . *  ; 4r B. 0. Amalgaraated,,"..  r 5 Wire br Write.  BeSa^EMell  4?.'    '  CBANBXIOOK  ���HOYiBi'B.C;  **rr-rr  :b  '���7^ Coffees-/,-;:  :Y-,:.B;fsc;iilts,Y'  > ~ t.  -' Jack London, the novelist, has  arrived at Honolulu in his yacht,  -*Th6 Shark."^- It took him 27 days  to make the trip from San Francisco.    *,   - ''���"-���  Mayor ��cnmit��-t>f San Francisco  is mayor in'name" only. The ad-  misistration of the city's affairs is  nowpracticlllyoutof his'hands.  . General Booth i9 expected to arrive at Seattle about'June 6 from  Japan, on board the steamer Minnesota, and he will return to England via. Canada.  Intention   to    Have   Building  Ready   for   Use   by ���:.-'-  *    " Fall.  .     *    :  7 The people of New Denver and  Silverton'are up" against the real  thing. They are now~getting only a tri-weekly mail service, and  they have derlared--, war against  the C. P. R. and the postal department. ��� ���. ^ ���'   .      r  The trustees of St. Audrey's  Presbyterian church, Moyie, h'ave  purchased a lot on the , corner (-of  Moyie ave. and' Tavistock Vtrtiet  and will begin this summer the  erection of a new church building.  According to present plans it will  be 20x40 and will cost in the.  neighborhood of $1,200. It is the  intention to have it ready to" q_-.  cupy by the time the snow flies? -  A Sad Affair.  *�����"_>  ^s!.  77$'^-  - .-*r>1<J,-'r  'AN-_J��  C algai^ftillj^ -JCo% Fletfr  ^fee nut^reesof the world could  it is calculated, provide food all  -���the year around for the population  of the, globe:- -Srazil nuts grow in  such profusion that thousands of  tons are.wastgd every year. -  '!^r. -Mclnturff, *6f- the Alamo colony, near'Bonners ��� Ferry, is having as much trouble as Dowie had  at ,Zion. , Mclnturff was dethroned last^ week .and 3, E.Town-  sendbf _ Aberdeen, Wash., was  elected .president."  f  'ilui&ir"  MQYIE'BI- LEiPpftg   90TEL.   .  Thfi, JjBst .of Accommodations,  iQVi. tU Timling PuMie.  l^arge and Commodious Sample Soqarie..        "Billiard Rooms;  McTAVISH & CAMERON/proprietor.  ..-The Pay'no g��-oup, nefl,r Sandon,  will be'sold ii> Montreal on June  8th at public auction. This will  be done to satisfy a mortgage of  $.90,000 against the property, A  fewjrears ago the Payne was the  biggest dividend- payer in the  pr6vince.  ~ Chas..Little Married.  - A particularly sad death occurred in Moyie this week in' the*passing out of this life of Mrs. Worrn-  ingtbn, wife of Sam Wormingfcon.  Death came to. her relief Thurs-*  day evening- about  nine   o'clock.  The funeral took place this after-,  "noon from McGregor hall, and the  service was conducted by Rev. Q.  H. Findlay. The pallbearers were  three members of the Knights of  Pythias   and'  three*7'*off     the  Miners' union; her husband- being  a member of both  organizations.  Interment in the Moyie cemetery,  _ Deceased was 24 years of age  and had been a-resident of .Moyie.  about-tHree years;and was beloved  by all who knew her.   She leaves  a husband and  three  small, children, the eldest being but  four  years old, to mourn her loss. The  sympathy   of    the   whole  community goes out to Mr. Worming-  ton in his bereavement.    " '  AU'ShouIi Attend.  Chas. Little, for some time man-  irpi An,  AMERICAN SHOE,  We have secured the agency qf tl}is Amerioan  high  [ass shqp. ,, _        ���     '.  We haye a splendid rapge pf-theryv ii; Patent' leather,  i Oxfords, Bals and1- IJluche^. Jp^U. -arjd seVthese:"lines  ofore purchasing elsewhere.  "'"''*" ' ���  E. A; HILL,  THE , LEADING s LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.    '  ager of P. Burns <$. Co's business in  Moyie, but whq.is now residing at  J?asa Robles, California, was married on May 2nd to a California  young lady.  gawmill is  Running.  - ^ -.  ' The sawmill of the Porto Il'.co  Lumber company is now running  stealily, although there is a con-  sidprable ehortapre of help. T;ie  mill has a cutting capacity of 50,-  000feet of lumber pordiy,  The Moyie board of trade meets  in the samph? rooms of the Central hotel every Wednesday evening, These meeings, should be  more largely >- attended. The  board has important work on at  the present time, work iu which  every, man who has a dollar's  worth of property in the   town  & tSijSWW-W.-v* ��v ��5- ^-. t^stww W ^-zyr-ifVTji-'.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAYINGSACCOUNTS.  '^4f.4^7^4irt9S 3fna  _ ��  ; INVITED  ititeregt paid qmrterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH, ; 7 V :  _'_   [ 'i FI M  PINKHA^: Janageii  Dancing Scl]oo|.  -    -     ^  5   *\4-, danoing Rchoil has been organized in M >yia by local parties,  and it'will most'oa M >nd iy, Wednesday and' Ppidij'' evenings. A  large number of " M lyip's young  people are ��� ttvkiug advantage of  the oppopti^nity of leargijag to  da^ce,  ��� W- ' ... I '  ������   ���  iL  MeKIUOP  shoiild be interested, and it is up  to the people to take hold.  t  The Presbyterian Social.  There was a good attendance  yesterday afternoon and evening  at the social in McGregor hall in  aid of the Presbyterian church.  Many took their evening meal  there, and all who did were well  satisfied. The stle of refresh-  jinents was large. About $100  was raised for the church.  Moving Family Here.  The family of P.t.er Su-wan  came over from prison r.hi ���."- -  and chey will m-tko their t, , (l,  near the mill of the Porto Run,  Lumber company,  Notice.  A8aATHH  Residents of Moyie are hereby  notified that hydrants are  to   be  used  for    tire   protection   only.   Persons using hydrants for dom- last reports.  G'ao. Whitehead is at the BUir-  more springs. "   , /  The water in.lVtoyie lake is,rising quite rapidly. _  - '--  Sae E. A. Hill for the American  shoes just arrived.  _ 'Corey Reigh is how night, man'  in the 0. P. R. station at Ward-  ner,   ���  Mrs: Jennings is here on a visit  with her daughter, Miss Nicholson.     " ���  An enjoyable 'dance was -given  at the Manhattan hotel. Monday'  evening. '  Geo. W. Orchard was out to  Spukaue-this. week .over the Spokane International. ^"; '",*-"��� '  -' S ban field's - unshrinkable underwear in all sizes' and qualities at  E A. "Hill's.  Mrs.-Harry Stewart and children are spending a few, weeks, on  their'place near Spokane.  Chas.^ W. Miller, formerly of  Moyie was married in Spokane on  May . llch to Miss Olson. - ,  The wife and little' daughter of  Jack McKiy arrivedf rom the east  Monday and will make their home  here. ,-',',  .' We have just received a fine lot  of rain' coats in the''latest' styles  aiid c'olors. We will be pleased, to  show them to you. At ���E. A.  Hill's. -.._���>_��'  ��� Mis. S.hools "of Burke, Idaho, is  in Moyie and i. . spending - a few  weeks viditin'g^ with Mr.* and Mrs.  J. -N. Vanderburg."       -.,    ,  Robt. Campbell has installed a  gasoline motor 'in his boat/ the  Helen Minto, and will launch it  next .week.        -,   > -_      _ |  ~ Farrell & Smyth have received  their appointment as agents for  the'- Sovereign - Fire Assurance  company of Canada; v'  'The ladies of the* Methodist  church wish id 'announce -tHa."  they will have an icecream stand  in Aloyie on Dominion Dd,y.  Mrs. M icdonald, 1J rs. Poi'ter,  Mrs. Phillipps, Miss .Schools, Ben  Fox and Gdo. Young visited Cranbrook Thursday, returning yesterday.  A dance -is announced to take  place tonight at the Laka Stiore  hotel.   Everybody invited'  One of the prettiest window  displays in town is the cut glass  on exhibition at the Moyie Drug  & Stationery store.  Chas, Farrell is making good  progress on the Farrell block,' and  it will nob be long uutil ib will  again be ready to" occupy,  ���Tne traveling public shouldbear  in mind that C. P. R. trains now  go via. Rob.on and Arrow lakes  instead of thejSiocan route.  Farrell _f Smyth have 160 acres  of good'land for sale. This h a  bargain. Call at their office and  get   particulars;  A good attendence is requested  at the local Knights of Pythias  meeting next Thursday evening,  as there will be the nomination  and eleotion of officers.  E. T. Marion, undertaker with  the Co-Operative S;ores in Cranbrook, was in   Moyie for   two  or  C/_ll'o_ dii^a t,Ulo V\ i,i k   il lell .  'i-  CllO tll'lUitU   itiiaii-julUoii-o   wi .'  >...��� _tl       ���.        lV��i 11 v, l#  duuic urn. agu ��ui nt i (... ^_i ui. r  Eiiroku, Mjnt., is n.w seu-juaiy ill  at that place with au attack of  typhoid fever.  "John Taylor was taken .o the  Cranbrook hospital suffering fi-oni  a severe attack of stomach trouble.  He was   somewuat  .m^'oved ai  ,  v Guard Against  /  ;.   POOR -GROCfcRIES'  by buying from us.   -Nothing ;-  biit    ^thev  beijt   c-��o ;'iiii.l,'  loom   in  our   store. "T.iat's-  . what has, built uii  oiir busi-  . i.o��.   Another reason ti' ih-it  YOUR  CHILD;will   iccHve   &  the same quality cf goods a.  -!_-*,    *   v-  ��^|  *f.  -*   '.-*  *������ ���'_.*,  -'   17'. K Yf-  -.,  .���-*���������-a-1  thougU    you made tbcT p"ut-i  chase    yourself.      Delivbrie8,'"<  -.j*.*>  are always made when promised.' Will call for your  order if you wish.' ;' ���  We have just received a car of, Raymond' flour bought  before the recent advance. This is our second carwitlin  three months. Saves 25 cents by trying a sack,5 it gives  as good results as any-fljur on the market. Our price is*:  ,i -_t  I   ��� '���  981b:sacks '   ",  49 lb. sacks -  24 i-2 lbrsacks  $2.75 '  $1.40  75..  ���y>y.M  r,n.*��l  - "!' ** I  ,' -_?'  ���   >-i S\i  -  f  -il  I .*.  'y-.  MacEachern & Macdonald  Through Trains June. 15/ .   'K\ Biiy Your Coal Early.  On June 15fch the through-train  service from St. Paul to Spokane-  over the Soo line, the Canadian  Pacific and the Spokane International is scheduled to begin.  Through connections will be made  at -Spokane for .Portland. The  trains will be the best equipped of  any crossing the continent, and  they will have all; the devices  which have been invented in' re-  W. H. Aldridge in an- intorvinw  in Winnipeg sounds /a 'note- of  warning'to those buying coal for ,,.  next winter's use. H9 siy***: "One'  important cause for the coal shorf- 7'  aije'of last winter, v^as'due^to th^~, ;  public waiting; until fall ^before' '  aying in their ' winter's ��uppl> .7-/  During last sum'-ner a numoer.'pf''A  mines did nob-have suftinenc or- *  ders to operate over three or "foiu-  days a weekend in the fall die  i-1*    t  'vf:.  '. -*>  .  11  cent years'for the purpose of mak-  idg travel by railway'train com-      -      ,->--��� _-  �������� ��������������� ����������>  fortable. -Oneach car will be the coal< C0U,Pa"it-'s h^d moid, urdetw,  words  "Soo-Spokahe."   Six   new thva they could Poa^bly,UlL ; T_ij.  trains for thisterviceUre now in   8evere weather later   in: the '/_ea..  process of completion and as soon soa mjr,e   ib   imPO��ible - for-th ���  as they.are finished," they are put ���!^*ya fco   handle  all tha traffic  into,8ervice on'the SJo'lihet-ta'b^  broken in.   E\ch car as completed  will make two trips on tho present  lines of the Soo and will thus be  thoroughly tested   before   being  used on tho through  trains.   All  the sleeping cars of this class used  on the Soo-Spokane line will be  given names beginning with the  letter "V."   That arriving at Winnipeg this week was the "Viking."  Next week there will arrive the  "Venice" and the "Velva."  An Important Commission.  Three commissioners have  been  appointed in Alberta to investigate and  report on  all matter,  concerning the  relations   of em-  ployers of "labor t~o~:bh^laborerfT  employed in the coal mining  industry in the province, and more  especially in relation to the wages  paid to the   laborers.   The  com  miseioners   appointed   are:   Hon.  Arthur L. Sifton, chief  justice   of  the   supreme  court   of   Alberta;  Lewis Stockett,  manager of the  13 inkhead   minen,   and   William  Hasem, pre-idont of tlie Coleman  miner*, union.  mines to operate to th-j'ir fullest  -  capacity under the  severe  coadt-/,  tions.    If the public will, so fir a .  posoible, taka  their  oil   s ipply  during the S'imner monthi, wh<-n  weather conditions are ftvopabto"  for both  the  r**ilro'-��ds   an t. Hi-i '  mines there need   Le  no  fear  cf  any     coal   shortage    during th��  winter."  **��� "  1  *    - n  <*  Our John Daly.  Mullan Miner: Paddy Biuke'  and John Daly, accompanied by  their wives, left for Chicag 1, S*.  Louis and other eastern points  last Saturday morning on mining  business. ~    ^_" "  Williamson-Batt Wedding.  v    �� .*-**   A.  W. J. Williamson of Mullan,  Id-iho, and AIu. Nina liitb of  Moyie, were married in Spokane  on Wednesday, ivruy 22nd. Both  parties are well and favorably  known in Moyie, whero they re.  sided for several years.  I  if-ELSpJk  I  eBtic use will be prosecuted  Moyie Water Oa.  Chamt^lain's C.llc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  There is probably 110 meiJicine mide  that i. relied upon with more implict-  confidence than Cbainberlain'i) Colic,  Cliolera Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. During ihe third of a centuiy in  which it has been in pse, people havo  learned that it ia the remedy' that  never f Uls. When reduced with water  und sweetened., is'pleasant Ui take.  For sale by the Moyie Drug <fc   Su-  B- C  tionery Co.  Mr. Sowerbutts writes' from  Cascade that he wid not be h.re  to conduct the serviue-t in tlie  Methodist church tomorrow, but  that he will be here for th. fuliuw-  iag Sunday, June 2ud.  Get your Minerd' license renewed before Mjy 31.t.  Por Sale���Five bedroom suites,  kitchen stove and uteiJBils coru-  jjlntp, tables, chaii'F, wiiung de��k  aud otner iuruiture. Price $150.  Apply to Farrell & Smyth.  c!FmBaking Powder  Pure, Wholesome, Reliable  Made from cream of tartar derived  solely from grapes, the most delicious and healthful of all fruit acids.  Its use is a guarantee of perfect food  and a protection against the ills that  follow the use of alum, alum-phosphate and other low grade powders.  ���W-  The mixtures called baking powders that sell for ten or  twenty-five cents a pound, or a cent an ounce, are all alike  made from alum and costing less than three cents a poqrwj]  -4     - ���..-���-  t - -��*��-... ^.  -���>������       '. ,*v  .J   -..-���*-���  ?. 7- nm  wr r*vtti->-vrt*rmjfit>r tr^i*n  J* *t,jevTi - -t-ajHt* ��� cr**L** iptX1r*V*?!t4**ttJl��it.l  ����� i. MmttpVt __-\*l�� _ ���  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  1-  J*  I  IS:  IS  I*  1  Mi  1  I  (Ooutiuued  Prom   Last Week.l  CHAPTER XVIII. .  rjT"lEVERLY was speechless.  I r*t ��"'   course' y��ur highness,**-  III sal(*- Ba,dos--deep apology In  I * l<i? voice, "Ravone ls woefully  misinformed. He ls honest In his belief, and jou should not misjudge hla  motives. How he could have been so  blind us to confound you with that  frisky American girl���but I beg your  pardon. She Is to be your guest A\  thousand pardons, your highness."  She had been struck dumb by the  wording of the note, but his apparently  sincere apology for bis friend set her  every emotion Into play once more.  While he was speaking her wits were  forming themselves for conflict. Sho  opened the campaign with a bold attack. "You���you believe me to be the  princess, sure enough, don't you?"  But with all her bravery she was not  able to look him In the face.  "How can you doubt It, your highness? Would I be serving you In the  present capacity If I believed you to bo  nny one else?"  "Ravone's warning has not shaken  your faith In me?"  "It has strengthened It. Nothing  could alter the facts In the case. I  have not, since we left Ganlook, been  ln doubt as to the Identity of my bene-  fa.tress."  "It seems to me that you are beating around the bush. I'll come straight  to the point How long have you  known that I am not the Princess of  Graustark V -  - "What!" he exclaimed, drawing back  In well assumed horror. "Do yon mean  ���are you Jesting? I beg of you, do  not Jest It is very serious with me."  His alarm was so genuine that she was  completely deceived.  "I am not Jesting," she half whto-  pered, turning very cold. "Have you  thought all along that I am the princess; that I am Grenfall Lorry's -wife?"  "You told me feat you were the princess."  "But I've never said that I was���w*b  - any one's wife."  Tbere was a-piteous appeal ln her  . voice, and he was not slow to notice lt  end rejoice. Then his heart smote him.  "But what ls to become ot me If yon  are not the princess?" he asked after  a long pause. .,"1 can no longer serve  you. This is my last day in the castle  guard."  . .."You are to go on serving me���I mean  you are to retain your place in the service," -she hastened to say.    "I shall  "keep my promise to you."   How small  .and humble she was beginning to feel I  ' It did not seem so entertaining after  all, this pretty deception of hers. Down  In his heart, underneath the gallant er  "terior, what was his opinion'of her?  Something was stinging her eyes fiercely, and she closed, them to keep back  the tears of mortification.  "Miss Calhoun," he said, his ti.-mei  changing swiftly, "I have felt from the  first that you are not the Princess- of  Graustark. I knew lt an hour after 1  entered Edelweiss    Fran* ga��*�� tp�� ��  Bote at Ganlook, but I did not read lt  until 1 waa a member of the guard."  "You have known lt so long?" sbe  cried Joyously. "And you havo trusted  me? You have not hated me for deceiving you?"  "I have never ceased to regard you  ui my toverelgn," he said softly.  "But Just a moment ago you spoke of  me a. a frisky American girl," she said  "-resentfully;���=���- - ��� -- ������ = ���  "I havo used that term but once,  while I have said .'your highness' a  thousand times. Knowing that you  were Miss Calhoun, I could not have  meant either."  "I fancy I bave no right to criticise  you," she humbly admitted.' "After all,  It does not surprise me that you were  not deceived. Only an Imbecile could  have been fooled all these weeks. Every one said tbat you were no fool. It  seems ridiculous that it should have  gone to this length, doesn't lt?"  "Not at all, your highness. I am  not"-  Y'You hav�� the habit,   I  see,"  she  ���mlled.  "I have several months yet to serve  is a member of the guard. Besides, I  am under orders to regard you as the  princess. General Marlanx has given  me severe Instructions in tbat respect."  "You aro willing to play the gnmo to  .the end?" she demanded, more gratified than she should have been.  "Assuredly, yes. It is tbe only safeguard I have. To alter my belief pub  llcly would expose me to���to"���  "Towhat.ljjildos?"  "To ridicule, for one thing, and to tb<  generous mercies of Count Marlanx  Besides, lt would deprive me of tht  privilege I mentioned a moment ago-  the right to kiss your hand, to be youi  ���lave and to do homage to the onlj  ���overelgn I can recognize. Surely, yor'  will not subject me to exile from tht  only joys that life holds for me. You  have sought to deceive me, and I ha\-(  tried to deceive you. Each has found  the other out, so we are quits. Hay wc  not now combine forces in tho verj  laudablo effort to deceive the world:  If tho world doesn't know that wc  know, why, the comedy may be long  drawn out and the climax be made tin  more amusing."  "I'm afraid there was a touch of  jour old time sarcasm ln that remark,"  ihe said. "Yes, ~I am willing to continue tho comedy. It seems the safest  way to protect" you���especially frou  General Marlanx. No one must' evei  know, Baldos; lt would be absolutely  pitiful. I am glad, ob, so glad, thu:  you have known all the time. It re  lieves my mind and my conscience tremendously."  "Yes," he aald gently. "I have known  aU along that you were not Mr. Lorry'f  wife." He had divined her thought  and she flushed hotly. "You are still _  princess, however.. A poor gpailiunU'S  can only lock upon-nh'e rich* Amefleni5  girl as a sovereign whom he must worship from far below."  "Oh, I'm not so rich as all that!" sh<  cried. "Besides, I think lt ls time foi  ��� general clearing up of mysteries.  Are you Prince Dantan, Prince Fred  eric or that other one���Christobal some  body? Come, be fair with me."  "It stems that all Edelweiss lookt  upon nut as a prince ln disguise. You  found mo ln the hills"���  "No; you found me. I havo not forgotten, sir."  "I was a vagabond and a fugitive.  My friends aro hunted as I am. We  havo no home. Why every ono should  suspect me of being a prince I cannot  understand. Every roamer ln the hills  Is not a prince. There ls a price upon  my head, and thero ls a reward for the  capture of every man who was with  mo ln tho pass. My name ls Paul Bal- ���  dos, Miss Calhoun. There ls no mystery in that' If yon were to mention  lt in a certain city, you would quickly  find that the nam. of Baldos ls not  unknown to tho people who are searching for him. No, your highness; I re  gret exceedingly that I must destroy  the absurd Impression that I am of  royal blood. Perhaps I am spoiling a  pretty romance, but It cannot be help  ed. ,1 was Baldos tbe go.at hunter; 1  am now Baldos the guard. Do yov  think .that I; would be serving as a  Graustark guard If I were any one tt  the men you mention?" Y ���  . Beverly listened ln wond-f and some'  disappointment, lt must be, confessed.  Somehow a" spark of hope was being  forever extinguished by this straightforward denial. He was not to be tho  prince sho had seen In dreams. "Yen  aro.not like any one else," sho said  "That ls why wo thought of yon at-  is-ras"�����.  "An ono of those unhappy creatures  they!-call princes? Thank fortune, youi  highness, I am not yet reduced to such  straits. My exile will como only when  you.send me away."  They were silent for a long timo.  Neither was thinking of the hour or  tbe fact that her absence in the castle  could not be unnoticed. Night bad  fallen heavily upon the earth. Tho  two .faithful chair bearers, respectful,  but with wonder In their souls, stood  afar off and waited; Baldos and Beverly .were alone in their own little  wvid.  "I think I -liked you better when you  wore, the red. feather and that horrid-  patch of black," she said musingly.  "And was a free hearted vagabond,"  he added, something imploring in his  voiced  "An Independent courtier. If you  please, sir," she said severely.  "Do you want me to go back to the  hills? I have tbe patch and the feather,  and my friends are*'��� ���  '"No! Don't suggest such a thing���  yet." She began the protest eagerly  and ended lt in confusion.  "Alas, you mean that somo day banishment ls not unlikely?"  "You don't expect to bo a guard all  your life, do you?"  "Not to tervo tho Princess of Graustark, I confess. My aim ls much higher. If God lets me choose the crown I  would serve I would enlist for life. The  crown I would serve is wrought of  .love, the throne I would kneel before ls  a heart, the scepter I would follow ls  In the Blender hand of a woman. I  could live and die in the service of my  own choosing, but I am only the bura-  -b!e-goathunter,_whose_hopes_are_phan__  toms, whose Ideals are conceived in Impotence."  "Tbat   was   beautiful,"   murmured  Beverly, looking up, fascinated for the.  moment. '  "Ob, that I had the courage to enlist,"  he cried, bending low once more. She  felt the danger ln his voice, half tremulous with something more than loyalty,,  and drew her hand away from a place  of Instant jeopardy. It was fire that  ���ho was playing with, sho realized with  a start of consciousness. Sweet as tbe  spell had grown to be sho saw thatlt  must be shattered.  "It.la getting frightfully late," sbe  sharply exclaimed. "They'll wonder  where I've gone to. Why, It's actually  dark!"  "It has been dark for half an hour,  your highness," sold he, drawing himself up with sudden rlgiduesa that distressed her. "Are you going to return  to tbe castle?" .     .  "Yes. They'll bave out a searching  party pretty soon If I don't appear."  "You have been good to me today,"  be said thoughtfully. "I shall try to  merit the kindness.   Let me"���  "Ob, please don't talk In that humbh>  way!' It's ridiculous! I'd rather have,  you absolutely Impertinent,, I declnre  upon my honor I would. Don't you remember how'you talked when you.  wore the red feather? Well, I liked  It"  , Baldos laughed easily, happily. His  heart was not very humble, though his  voice and manner were.  "Red Is the color of Insolence, you  mean."  "It's a good deal Jauntier than blue,"  ���he declared.  '.'Before you call the bearers, Miss���  your highness, I wish to retract something I said awhile ago," ho said very  ���erlo.usly. ���  "I should think you would," she responded, utterly misinterpreting bis intent" ��  "You asked me to tell you what my  message to Ravone contained and I  refused. Subsequently the extent of  his message to me led us Into a most  thorough understanding, it ls only  Just and right that you should know  what I said to him."  "I trust you, Baldos," she protested  ���Imply.  "That ls why I tell this to you. Yesterday, your highness, the ��-asH�� guard  received their month's pay. You may  not know how well we are paid, so I  will say.that.lt Is 10 gawps tp each.  Tne envelope which I gave to RAVone  contained my wages for tbe pas. six  weeks. They need lt far more than I  do. There was also a short note of  good cheer to those poor comrades of  mine and the assurance that one day  our luck may chango and starvation  be succeeded by plenty. And, still |  more, I told him that I knew you to bo  Miss Calhoun and that you were my  angel of inspiration. That was all,  your highness."  "Thank you, Baldos, for telling me,"  ���he said softly. ."You have made me  ashamed of myself."  "On tho contrary, I fear that I have  been Indulging ln mock heroics. Truth  aud egotism, like a salad, require a  certain amount of dressing."  "Since you are Baldos and not a  fairy prince I think you may Instruct  the men to carry me back, being without the magic tapestry which could  transplant mo In a whiff. Goodness,  who's that?"  Within ten feet of the sedan chair  and directly behind tbe tall guard stood  a small group of people. He and Beverly, engrossed ln each other, had not  heard their approach.- How long they  had been silent spectators of the little  scene only the Intruders knew. Tho  startled, abashed eyes of the girl ln  the chair were not long In distinguishing the newcomers. A pace ln front  of the others stood tha gaunt, shadowy  form of Count Marlanx.  Behind him were the Princess Yetive, the old prime minister and Baron  Pane-loss.  (To Be Continu'id.j  EFFECTS" OF OPIUM.  The  Drug  Will  8tagwfy Some  People  and Excite Others.  Comparatively few persons know  what opium really la. When they turn,  to a dictionary and glean therefrom  that it is the "inspissated juice of the  somniferous poppy" tbey are still likely to be in the dark.  The process of obtaining it is to  Bcore the'pods at fixed intervals during  a certain period. Tbe milky liquid  which comes out soon turns a darker  hue and thickens and is then scraped  off and molded into cakes, with poppy  leaves for an outside covering.  It was ascertained from evidence af  forded to the Indian opium commission  of 1800 that in some states of India  not a few of the natives took as much  as- forty to eighty grains of opium  daily and "Sat consumption of forty  grains was common.   .  Contrary to the impression that death  results from a sudden cessation of the  habit it has <been proved that when  confirmed opium eaters have been imprisoned for awhile and thereby deprived temporarily of their favorite  drug their health has not usually suffered. _ - , .  * The article has a varying effect on  different races and constitutions, exciting, some'and stupefying others. It  reduces the average Chinaman to a  state of torpor if he takes it plentiful  ly and not infrequently causes the Malay to run) amuck. It has been recorded that .the Javanese regularly took It  before going' to fight so as-to work  themselves up to a pitch of excitement.  Most of the drug that is imported  Into England* is"much stronger than  what is ordinarily, consumed ln. India  and imported Into China. The stipulation of tbe British pharmacopoeia is  that all opium used medicinally shall  yield at least 9% per cent of anhydrous  morphine.  The morphia percentage in much of  the opium prepared in India for consumption there and exportation to China is. less than half this specific  strength. This is a detail which novelists who are addicted to poisoning their  characters shonld note.  "It ls rather striking that opium does  not seem to be largely resorted to in  India as a means of suicide. The evidence of the largest insurance company was to the effect that after twenty years' experience there the company  had decided that it was not necessary  to Impose any extra premium on tha  lives of moderate oplnm users.���Chambers' Journal.   _ The 8ervant Problem.  ^Washington man was tellingTTome"  one of the trials of his wife, an excellent housekeeper, with reference to the  servant problem. Just about tbe time  the mistress would get a new girl broken to the ways of the household and  she would bid fair to become a model  servant she would decamp or enter the  service of a neighbor.  One of these, a Mrs. B., bad Incurred  the especial enmity of tbe first woman,  for sbe bad lately taken two servants  from Mrs. Brown. One night In the  ���winter Brown was aroused from his  slumbers by queer sounds In the  kitchen.  "Burglars!" he hoarsely whispered lu  the ear of his spouse as he prepared  to tumble out of bed and proceed  downstairs.  "Edward," calmly observed the wife.  "I'd give anything to possess your optimistic nature. Always looking on tlie  bright side. I'll wager anything It's  that odious B. woman trying to get  Mary  away   from   me." ��� New   York  Times   Knew What He Wanted.  Smart Boy���Got any soap that will  take off trademarks? ~ ���__  Grocer���Take off trademarks?  Smart Boy���That's what I said. Dad's  a shoemaker, and he wants to* wash  bis hands.   See?  The Planet Mars.  - Flammarlon, the famous astronomer,  ���ays of the planet Mars: "The climate  is very mild. There are no gales, while  the atmosphere Is yjery light, with  scarcely any clouds. The inhabitants  enjoy fine weather, the climate being  something like that of Davos Platz, in  Switzerland���dry and "clear. We know  the globe of Mars perfectly���ln fact  far better than tho earth "  KIDNEY TROUBLE.  Suffered    Tvmo     Years���FtelLauad    In  TJireo Months  Mi*. C. B. Fizer, Mt. Sterling, Ky..  writes:  v"l   have  suffered  with  kidney  ant'  bladder trouble for ten years past.  "Last  March   I   commenced   usin**  Peruna    nnd    continued    for    thre  month)-.    I  have  not  used  it since,  nor have I felt a pain.  "I believe thnt I am well and 1  therefore" give my highest commendation to the curative qualities o.  Peruna."  Pe-ru-na-for   Kidney  Trouble  Mrs. Geo. H. Simser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: -  "I hnd not been w.ell for nboul  four years. I had kidney trouble v  and, in fact, felt badly nearly al:  tho time.  "This summer I got so very bad 1  thought'-1 would try Peruna, so I  wrote to you and began at orifce to  take  Peruna  and ' Manalin.  "I .took only two bottles of Peruna  and one of Manalin, and now I. feel  better than I have for some time.  "I feel that Peruna and Manalin  cured me und-made a different \wo  man  of me  altogether.    I  bless the  It is the business of the kidneys  day.-I picked up the little book and  read of your Peruna." . _  _  to remove from the blood all poison-  ��us materials. They-must be-active  .ill the time, -else the system suffers.  Tliere are times when they need n  little  assistance..' - ��� "���  Peruna is exactly this sort of u  remedy. It has saved many people  from disaster by rendering the kidneys service at a time when they  were not able to bear their, own -burdens.  IMPURE  FOODS.  LONDON REMINISCENCES.  Tricks  of the  Trade*  Recorded  by ���  Diarist of 1783.  "The pure food question ls as old,"  said an antiquary, "as the hills."'  He took down a volume bound ln  t>*ray calf.  '���This ls the diary," he said, "of Hela-,  rich Cruger, born ln Amsterdam ln  1724; died In New York ln 1870. Listen  to the pure food kick that Henry put  up in 1783." .^���'  The antiquary read:  "Monday, 18th October���if I would  drink water I must quaff the mawkish  contents of a cursed open aqueduct  exposed' to' all manner of. defilement  and Impregnated with all the filth of  the town.    , . I  v"As for the intoxicating potion sold i  as wine, lt is a vile, unpalatable and {  pernicious sophistication, balderdashed-i  with cider, corn-spirit and the Juice of  aloes.  "The  bread  is a deleterious  paste,  mixed up with chalk, alum and bone  nslies, insipid to the taste and destructive to the constitution.  "The tabic beer, guiltless of bops or  malt, Is vapid and nauseous. Tlie tallowy, rancid mass called butter ls  manufactured of candle grease and  kitchen stuff. The fresb eggs were  fresh once.  "The greens are boiled with brass  halfpence In order to Improve their  color, while the pickles, though very Inviting to tlie "eye, are often lnsupport-  ably rank to the taste,. the reason  being that In their case also the housewife has boiled a shilling's, worth or  two of hnlfpence or a pound * brass  weight ln_the vinegar.**  HAD A NASTY  BRONCHIAL COUGH  As'an After Effect of Pneumonia���Nothing  ~ Proved Effective Until we Used  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Unseed and Turpentine  THE , MORNING  WAKING.  v  Many' a mother can say, as does  Mrs. Harker in the following letter,  that Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine has pi-oven a friend to her  in tlime of colds with the little ones.  , Mrs. * v/alter Harker, Sydenham,  Frontenac  county,   Ont.,   writes:��� ���  "Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine has proven a friend to nie  in times of colds with my little ones.  I have tried many, others, but have  found none just as good. My little  boy, about a year old, had pneumonia,  and was left with a nasty bronchial  cough, but Dr. base's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine is helping hiin  wonderfully, and I am1 sure it will  oure hiin. ������  "Wo have also used Dr. Chase's Kid-  nev-Liver* Pills w.ith splendid results,  and have great faith in all of Dr.  Chase's medicines."  Tt may not have occurred to you  tha. both bronchitis and agthni<a are  diseases of tho nerves of the bronchial  tubes and lungs, and that this" is why  severe attacks of coughing are brought  on whenever these nerves are irritated ,.  by changing temperature, the breath-'  ing of dust^ br - emotiional excitement.,  I- is by. its remarkable facility for  soothing the nerves and sheathing the  delicate membranous linings wiih a  protective coating that Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and, Turpentine has  proven so thoroughly 'effective - as a  cure for bronchilis and asthma. Its  power in tbese diseases is unquestionable.   -  Relief from coughing comes almost  immediately and by pc-isistent' uso  cure is gradually and certainly brought  about.  When the system is greatly run  down It is advisable also to use Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food in order to assist  in restoring- vigor to the wasted nerves.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine, 25 cents a bottle, family  size 60 cents, at all dealers or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Toronto. The portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase,  Hie famous receipt book author, are.  on  every box.  English Talk Less  But  More to the  Point, Says Devlin.  . 0. E. Devlin, M. P. for Nicolet, and  jate member' for Galway in the Imperial Parliament, was recently ,the  guest of the Canadian' Catholic  Union. '  He entertained the company with  many interesting reminiscences of the  Imperial Parliament. The contrasts  he made between London and Ottawa,  are of interest.   He said: :  "There are no questions* of patronage'in the Imperial Parliament, - especially among the Irish members.  Freedom,is vastly greater there than  in Ottawa.5 Although the English  members have not the railway, stationery ,and franking privileges, yet  the English ��� House is immeasurably"  superior to that at Ottawa. The Irish  member's allowance is only about $500  a year, for which he hus to live in  London for eight months of the year.  In England and Scotland, ladies take  a much more prominent part-in politics than in Canada. Things are conducted more pompously than here.  "Tlie clerks have more authority  and Parliamentary questions are looked upon.aa being of great importance.  "The rules are stricter in regard to  matters of procedure.  "In debate they have to keep strict^  ly to the subject and speeches are  necessarily  shorter.  "Absolute equality prevails^ in the  obtaining of a seat for friends.  "There are not as many loyal sentiments uttered there in a year as at  Ottawa in a month, but the people  are not less loyal:  "John Redmond is the finest debater  in Parliament, and when-he rises to  speak always gets great attention,"  said Mr. Devlin.  -Mr. Devlin spoke very highly of Mr.  Bryce, the late Secretary for Ireland,  and of Mr. Birrell, his successor, but  said the system under which they  governed did not allow them to do for  Ireland all they might wish to do.  Snow Banners.  One of the most magnificent natural  phenomena is a California snow ban*  ncr. When a northern storm sweeps  over the California Alps, which run  from north to south, one can see sometimes a brilliant white cone shaped  banner 'streaming before the wind  from each mountain top. The banners  are often several miles long and aro  formed of the fine snow from mountain  crevices, loosened' by the storm and  swept up over the'north side of the  mountain top and blown toward the  south. When, the sun illuminates this  snow dust. Its brilliancy Is extraordinary. This phenomenon ls rare. Its  cause ls to be sought In the peculiarly  regular formation of the mountain top  and aides. These latter arc slightly  curved on the northern side probably  by Ice action. This curvature hurls  the snow up against the top of tho  mountain, where it ls shaped in the  peculiar manner .by the nctlon and.  force of the wind.���Translated From  Nordstjernen. Copenhagen.  Th�� Best Hours.  The hours at which fewest people die  are 12 midnight to. 1 a. m. and from  noon till 1 o'clock p. m.   .,  Getting Up Exercises That Will Put the  Brain In Order.   ,,  The difficulty most people experience  in getting up in the morning can be  easily overcome by a simple operation,  according to a medical authority.. After the night's long rest the brain is  laden with somewhat Impure blood, and'  the lymph vessels -which remove waste  matter are overfull and sluggish. This  Is why we. all crave another ten minutes in bed and why most people aro  so morose at breakfast ' Very slowly  the brain gets rid of the matters which  Interfere with Its vigorous action, but  the process can be expedited.  If -the finger tips are placed against  the neck just under the ear and moved  swiftly down to the front of the shoulder along the course ofi the Jugular  vein,-the used'up blood ls drawn away  and room left for a fresh supply. - This  should be done twice at..each side of  the neck. Then the hands should be'  placed on the back of the neck' just  under the skull and moved downward  as far as possible. This clears out  the lymph vessels and,effectually pre:  vents swollen glands, from .which ho  many people suffer.  After two brisk .rubs of the lymph  vessels return to the jugular veins and  then back to the glands, half a dozen  or eight times, until the operation will  be fonnil far better than a cup of coffee, and whenever, the bruin ls dull  through congestion thi. uias-sage will  be eqnnlly effective.  Haste to Get Rich In England., .  " Royalty itself is said to be involved  iu the recent high finance scandal uncovered in London. Some lords who  are noble ,in reputation as well as in  title have also been hard hit. Evidently the British should5 have remembered the adage about throwing  stones when lecturing Americans -on  the mad chase for-the almighty dollar. .*  Many British investments look alluring, but should be regarded with  the* utmost caution, not to say suspicion. In the headlong rush to -get  rich on the other side men of position and title sell their names to rascally promoters for an allotment of  shares, which they hasten to di_po_e  of, and even when acting for themselves are not infrequently blinded by  ' haste to get rich, misled and imposed  upon by schemes so plainly fraudulent  that they should have. aroused the  "suspicion-of ~the~ "merestYtyro "in���finance.  Shares in a Siberian mine which  never existed started at $5 and were  boomed up to $75. Not alone poor and  desperate investors were hraers, but  bankers and a-whole-lot of men about  town, court swells and "society" peo-.  pie, lured by distinguished names on  the list of sponsors, dropped . good  money into the scheme, which was a  perfectly commonplace and often exposed swindle.  -. . '    ' . **  Fine Cut Facts.  The Honorable Artillery Company,  as originally constituted, was "The  Guild of Artillery of Long-bows,  Cross-bows and Hand-guns."  Taking the statistics for the entire  world four and a half persons to tho  thousand are either deaf, dumb, blind  or mentally deficient.  New York Blackwell's Island bridge,  that is expected to be opened early  next year, will have. twice the capacity o(. the Brooklyn bridaa  '  y Where Beggar* Ride.  .  "If wishes were horses beggars  would, ride," says tbe old saw. But ln  Persia beggars actually do-ride, although they patronize the bumble donkey instead of his more aristocratic  brother. How they manage to obtain  these useful animals or even to exist  themselves passes European compre-*  hension, but the fact remains that they  do both.���Wide World Magazine.  FAST TRAINS IN ENGLAND  To take only one or two from dozens  of examples, the number of daily trains  between London anu Birmingham (113  miles) over the London & Northwestern making over fifty-six miles an hour  is seven; between London and Exeter  over the Great Western (19* miles), the  number running at a rate, over fifty-five  miles is* four. One of these latter  .trains -makes the 119'miles between  London and Bristol in 120 minutes,  in each direction, every day, and does  this with remarkable regularity and  punctuality.  CRIPPLED   BY   SCIATICA  The Scheme That Failed  A report comes from KansaB that  a thrifty broom- manufacturer has  made an attempt to collect old  broom handles and use them again.  The women to whom the half-new,  brooms were offered rejected them.  They insisted on -.bright, new handles. These are made of maple, and  sell for about $27 a thousand.     '  Miss, Mrs. and Mistress.  "Miss" is an abbreviation of "ml.,  tress," which, as an English law die  tlonary explains, Is the proper style of  ,tne wife of an esquire or a gentleman  By Dr. Johnson's time It had become  -"the terra-.of honor to a young girl."  In the earliest-part of the eighteenth  century, however. It was used respectfully of girls below the age of ten  alone. After that age "miss" was  rude, implying giddiness of behavior.  In Smolletfs writings an unniarri.*'.  woman of mature years and her maid  ore both "Mrs." It ls certain that  "miss" has grown older, so to speak,  while "master" has become confined to  boys.  Made  Well  and  Strong by  Dr.. Williams'   Pink   Pills  After   Doc-  ;-.       tors   Had   Failed  "Mr. H. W. Await is one of the  leading merchants of. Hemford, N.,  S. A. few years ago he was a great!  sufferer from that most excruciating  trouble, sciatica. He says: - "At  the time I was afflicted Ir was-living  at Baken Settlement. The attack  was so severe that I had been off  work for. some time. The cords of  my leg were all drawn up and I  could only limp with the aid of a  stick. The pain I suffered was terrible. ��� I was in misery both day and  night. Every moment caused me  such*- pain as only those who have  been, tortured "with sciatica can,  know. I was treated by several doctors, but they did not help me a bit.  In fact I almost began to feel that  my condition was, helpless, when  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were  brought to my attention. I* got n  half dozen boxes. I had used about  the entire quantity before I found  any benefit. But I was encouraged-  and got a second half dozen boxes,  and before these - were all gone  every vestige of the' trouble had disappeared. Not .only this, .but I was  improved in health in every way, as  it. -will be readily understood ' that,  the .long siege," of pain I had suffered had left-me..badly run down.  1 can't speak too highly of Dr.-'Williams' Pink Pills.. I can't, recommend them too strongly to other sufferers."  Dr. .Williams' Pink Pills cure sciatica simply because .they make the  rich, red blood' that soothes - and.  strengthens the jangled, aching'  nerves. That is why they cure such  nerve troubles as neuralgia, St. Vitus  dance and partial paralysis. That  is why they cure all ailments due to  poor, watery blood. That is why  they make weary, despondent,  broken-down men and women  bright,' active and strong. But only  the genuine pills can .do "this, nnd  they have the full name, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, on  -the wrapper around every box. Sold  by medicine dealers everywhere, or  by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50, "by addressing the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brock-  ville. Ont.    '_^ -.         Ex-Empress Eugenie is to be sued  for a loan' of $600,000 to her husband. ~"   ' ���      ,.  CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED.  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they  canot reach the . seat of the disease. -  Catarrh ls a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to oure It you must  take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh  Cure ls-taken internally, and acts dlr-"  ectly on the blood and mucous surfaces.  Hall's'Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the  best physicians in the country for years  and is a regular prescription.   It is com-  Sosed of the..best tonici known, com-  Ined with the best blood purifiers, act-  ins* directly on the mucous surfaces.  The perfect combination of the two in-  fredlents is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Bend for  testimonials free. * ..  F. J. CHENEY & CO.,  Props.,  Toledo,  a  Bold by Druggists, price 7Bo.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation  .Of the 3,503 vessels of  all  classes  entered  at' the  port  of  Montevideo,  Uruguay,  in 1005, only fourteen are '  given   as- American,   while   England  was  credited  with  1,414.  Minard's Liniment Used by Physicians  Tlie composer Rossini .was a  great eater. He went one day into  a restaurant and ordered dinner for  three. After-awhi\e the waiter said-.'  "The dinner is on "the fire, Bir; when  the  people come  it is ready."  "Very well," said Rossini, "serve  it.. I am the people."���II Diavolo  Rosa;* ' ' .  ��� Mother - Graves'" Worm Exterminator  is' pleasant to*take; sure and effectual  in destroying worms." Many have tried  it with best results.  Y0OJ&M-}%  ms:'ymyyya^i*  W.    N.    U.    No.   637  r' Enforcing tho Law.  '   "-What are they moving the ctrurch  forr   - ' ' -     -v  "Well, Btranger, I'm mayor of these  diggln's, an' I'm fer law enforcement.  We've got an ordinance what says no  saloon shall be nearer thanJSOO feet toft church. I gave, 'em three days to  toove the cfturch.'-   Electrons.  Electrons are the divisions Into which  the atom, formerly regarded as the Indivisible basis of matter, hasi now  been made. Electrons compose atoms.  An electron is said to bear the same  proportion to an atom that the particles floating about the atmosphere in  the interior  of  a  church do to the,  ehniwh        _____   The Crofter.  The word "crofter" Is derived from  "crnltnlch," or wheat eater. Crofters  are the small formers of the north of  Scotland, the Orimeys and Shetlands.  Those who have no land ��� w�� called  ���Vottaisi.*-'   ��� -  Dr. .T. D. Kellogg's dysentery Cordial is a speedy cure for dysentery,  diarrhoea, cholera, summ'er complaint,  sea sickness and complaints incidental  to children tqething. It gives immediate relief to those suffering from the  effects of indisoretion in eating unripe  fruit, cucumbers, etc. _t acts with  wonderful rapidity and never fails to  conquer the disease. No qne need fear  cholera if they have a bot'tls of this  medicine convenient.  Danger to the  Dog  Binks���Do you think   that   savage  bulldog in your street is 'safe?  Jinks���Not  while  I  carry  this  revolver.���Cleveland Leader.  About 40 per cent of all the cotton  received in Venice in 1905 was from  tlie United States, the rest from India; Egypt and /Turkey. "  ji>EVELOPMENT OF THE WEST  A;7'_6w.. years., ago when a man  spoiuY/of the west he meant Manitoba  oniy.,0. .inqluding'.perhaps one-or two ,  point.-.then in the North West Terri-  torick-'and no. one had any conception  of the extent of the era of development that was to arrive.  . Today the West means an entirely  different thing-and tf'e live' Canadian  manufacturers of -Ont'irio have found  it 'all they can do in some ways to  cope with new conditions. An increasing number every year, however, are  extending and devoting more and more  attention to Western Canada". The  ones who first realized the possibilities of the field are, of course, reaping vast .results. Think, . though, of  one firm, ; the Mooney Bisouit . &  Candy Co. of Stratford, who are ship-  .ping goods even to a point 1,000 miles  north of Fdimontofi. They say every-  -faody-in-the���West-eats���ifooney's���Bis---  cuits, but -..ley found a few people up  there who wanted to and hadn't yet  the opportunity.'  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT remoTM  all hard, soft or cnllouoecl lump* and blemishes  from horses, blood spavin, curbs, Bpllnts,  'ringbone, aweency,-. stifles, sprains, sore au*  swollen thront, coughs, etc. Bave $50 by uw  of ono bottle. Warranted tho most wonderful  Blemish  Cure ever" known  An elderly and most respectable  looking man was recently brought  before a magistrate, says tlie London  Telegraph, charged witli unbecoming  and hilarious''conduct.  When he was asked what he had  to say for himself - he mumbled  something about "doing as the Romans do." ' '  "Very good/' returned the magistrate. Continue to do as the Romans do. Pay seven shillings and'sixpence."  Esih  RANOE  (or use on (arms and in rural districts, is equipped with a  hot-water reservoir*    The advantage of this in homes where  there is no- runriipg water and ���  where it is impossible to use a  hot-water boiler will be readily  seen.  ' The Penii Esther has.  qlso a commodious' warm-  ing closet and tea shelves  and is throughout,'a Heavy,  durable an*d handsome  range. The Fenn Esther  is supplied,., without additional cost, with a Hot  Air Attachment to warm  an.extra room.  Call on our local agent  or.write us direct for  catalogue. ,���  HECORD FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.  factories at MONCTON, N.5.& MONTREAL. RQ.  sales wtAWJiEs at K0f��^0ri,H.B, MO>nT>_EAURQ-TOS��K5rO.C^T,  WlfiNIPEO. NAH, CALGARY. ALTA. & VANCOUVER. B._t THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���--  4.1    '.'.-.  I-  ~       -���'   "  ���     _  A MAGISTRATE INVESTIGATES ZAM-3UK  SAYS  IS A WONDERFUL HEALER  AND  DOES  MORE  THAN   IS~  CLAIMED .FOR   IT .   _  Probably no household remedy in  existence has won such glowing  tributes from people in high places  as has Zam-Buk. Mr. Roger. F.  Perry, Justice of the Peace for British Columbia, recently tested thin  famous balm, and this is what hi5  says of it:  "The' Pavilion,  "Golddelds, B.C.  "To the Zam-Buk Co. -  "Gentlemen���After a very fai;.  tiial I have proved Zam-Buk eminently satisfactory, ln my case it  cured a skin rash of five yean-  standing which no doctor hud been  able to do any good for.  "I would certainly encourage anj  person to keep Zam-Buk in theii  home. It truly does even more than  you claim for it. For my own pari  1 would not' now be without it in  tlie house. Yours very truly,  (Signed) "Roger F. Perry,  "Justice of the Peace for B.C."  Zam-Buk differs from ordinary  salves and embrocations, for while  these mostly contain animal oils and  fat, Zam-Buk is purely lieibal. It  closes and heals cuts, festering sores,  ulcers, eruptions, boils, eczema,  chafing sores, etc. In the house  hold it is tlie handiest possible rem  edy for burns, scalds, children's injuries. 'It instantly cleanses any  wound to -which it is applied; pre  vents festering, inflammation 01  blood poisoning. It cures piles,  varicose' ulcers and fistula. Al!  druggists and stores-sell at 50 cent5  a box, or from the Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, 6 boxes for $2.50.  A Famous English Detective  Inspector John Walsh, of Scotland  Yam,   who   retired   from  the   police  service this month after thirty years  experience, is one of the most famous    detectives     ot     England,    and  played ��� a part  in  stamping out the  gangs of criminals that made Seven  Dials    still   notorious   in -tlie    '70s.  More  lately   he   has \ specialized   ir.  anarchists, and his arrest'of the for  eign terrorist known   as   "Francois''  was one of his    most   exciting    ex  periences.    When   Mr.   Balfour   was  chief secretary for Ireland and violence   was   feared,  Inspector   Walsl  was detailed to see that lie came to  ,. no harm,, and  the   surveillance  waf-  accomplished   so   skilfully   that   the  secretary    hardly    realized   he    wa-  under the care of the "police.  CLING NO OLD CUSTOMS.  CHILDHOOD  AILMENTS  The    mother    who    keeps    Baby'_  Own  Tablets    in    tlie    home has  a  feeling  of  security  that her  child'5*  health  is  safe.    These  Tablets  cur-  such   ailments   as   colic, indigestion,  constipation,   diarrhoea   and .simple  fevers. , They    break    up   colds, de  stroy   worms,   make   teething   pain  less 'and- give the child healthy, nat  ural sleep.    And the mother has tiie  guarantee  of .a  government  analyst  that tlie Tablets are absolutely safe.  Mrs.   Robert   Watson,   Combermere",  Ont.',   says:    "I. find   Bal)y's "Own  Tablets just the medicine needed to  keep    children   "healthy."   Sold    by  all medicine dealers, or by mail at  25  cents a box from .The Dr.  Williams  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Worse and Worse  School Mistress���Now, tell me the  tiuth, Johnny Jones. You know  what will happen if you tell a lie,  - don't you? ���:  Johnny Jones���Yes'm.," I'll go to  a bad place.  School Mistress���Yes, and that  isn't tlie worst of it. You'll also be  expelled from school!���Philadelphia  Enquirer.  How to ��-.eanse the System>-Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  scien.ifio study of the effects of extracts of certain roots and herbs upon  the digestive organs. Their use has  demonstrated in n any instances that  they regulate the actioiL-of the liver  ana the kidneys, purify the blood and  carry off all morbid accumulations  from! the system. They are easy to  take, and their action is mild and  beneficial.   ".  A sister of mercy was found dead  in St. Petersburg, and her _trunl^  was  found, full of dynamite bombs.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches anc!  every form of contagious Itch on hu  man or animals cured in id minutei  by WolWd's Sanitary Lotion.  Wilhelm���Well, old man, I  haven't seen you for an age. And  hpw do-you find matrimony suits  you ?  Johann (sighing)���It's an expensive joy; if I had only known what  I  had  to  pay  in  milliners'  bills���  Wilhelm���You would have remain  ed single, eh?  Johann���No; I would have married  the  milliner.���-LuBtige Blaetter.  White Man's Invasion Has Not Inter-*  ' rupted Tribal Relations:   ,  - Although- the white man is fast invading the hunting grounds of the  Batchawana Indiana, who. inhabit the  wooded shores of Lake Superior on  the Canadian side, the march of civilization has not wiped out the tribal  relations of the red men, who still  meet annually to elect their chief,  at which time they don gala attire  and hold strange "ceremonies, says a'  Sault Ste.   Marie  special.  It is customary at the meetings  when the election of a chief is held  for the candidates for the honors of  the tribes to come north and address  their people, setting forth the reasons  why they should be chosen.  Attend   In   Finery.  Many strange dances are sometimes  indulged in, the music for which is  furnished by rude instruments somewhat resembling drums. All tbe members, of tlie village down to the papooses gather on such occasions, the  women being attired in all their fin-'  ery.  Years ago, on the site of what* is  now Fort Brady, the Michigan Soo,  before the red men had been forced  to move fuither north into the Canadian woods, they worshipped annually at the foot of a huge elm tree  which was supposed to contain the  spirit of a beautiful Indian maiden  As the story goes,, an Indian brave  waa smitten by the charms of the  'dusky-lass, who ��oi the daughter of  a great chief who ruled over the  tribes north of the Straits of Mack  inac. But they quarrelled, and in hie  anger he struck her to earth. The  Great Spirit came and took her awaj  and her lover fled into the forest and  was seen n > more.  Calling For Revenge.  It was af tlie foot of the elm thai  the tragedy occurred Some time af  ter the Indians were startled by the  strange sounds which came from the  tree when the wind' blew through" it*  branches, nnd they imagined that il  was the spiiit of tiie maiden calling  out to them to avenge-her death.  And so every week they gathered  and- laid trophies of the hunt at the  foot of the lice and piled green bongh**  there as tokens of their sorrow.' Thf  tree would then sigli its blessing on  the people, and for a moment i  strange white, light would pervnde thi  woods. In the, darkness that follower1  the red men would wend their wa>  back to the village with heads bowed  in reverence.  It was under this tree that genera  tions ago they gathered and held theii  elections. It was believed that when  the right candidate appeared the spii* '  it of the tiee would make known its-  choice by uttpring low moans. Then  the vote would be taken. But when  the army of Uncle Som invaded tin  valley of'the St. Mary's and built a  road around the rapids, the tree wa5-  ��� cut down Then more. settlers camr  and gradually the Indians went across  thebord.r into Canada, where the}  have been holding their, annual elec  tions to this day.  >      _ ���" ^  ~ ��� Postof-Tic.  Promotion.  Intense leeling has been stirred up  in    postoflice    circles    in    WinnipeV  through  thf  appointment of eastern  ers.to responsible positions at the of  fiee,   many   of   whiqh,   it" is   allege-'  have been "made without-consultation  and tlie content of the local postni��>*-  ter.- Local  employes claim  that ai  poiiitmenu>  to  different  positions oi.  the   staff   of   the   local   office  shou 1  "('est. with   the' postmaster,  which, oi  course, would do away with the pos  sib-lity of bringing in .outsiders.  .A.  matters   stand   now,   however,   it   i.  claimed that George'Ross, superinten  dent of postoflices-of the   Dominion  has taken upon himself to-make ap  pointments* in tho postoflice, his latest  action   being  tlie  bringing  in  of  Tiionias T. Bower, of Toronto, to Winnipeg.    The latter came1 to Winnipeg  last summQf. taking up a position in  the  office,  ad  has - been  recently ap  pointed   superintendent.  - It   is   now  stated he is now slated for the position of deputy postmaster, made vacant  through' the  death   of the  late  William Brarlen.    So much have the  employes resented the appointment of  Mr.   Bower   to    the   superintendency  that already there have been ten resignations. '  With   the ' prospect  that  Bower may be made deputy postmaster, things have reached a pass when  a general walkout may be expected.  THE AWFUL BIG CATS  They Are the Most Dangerous of  All Wild Animals.  TIGERS MERCILESS DEMONS,  While Easy to Handle and Quick to  Learn,    When ," Aroused    They    Are  I Fiends incarnate���Panthers, Jaguars  and Leopard* Are Treacherous.  Sunday School Convention  What promises - to, be the largest  convention-ever; held in Manitoba  will meet in the Fir-*t Baptiht  church, Winnipeg, July 2, 3 and 4.  The attendance ut the annual conventions of the Manitoba Sunday  3chool association has greatly increased during the past four years.  Four years ago it was 225, thiee  /ears ago 425 and last year 750. It  is confidently expected that it will  go up'to 1,200 delegates, outside of  Winnipeg.  No less than three outside speak-  irs are to be present: Mrs. J. Wood-  bridge,' Newark, N.J.; Rev. W. C.  Merritt, Tacoma, Wash., both of the  international staff, and Marshall A.  Hudson, Syracuse, N.Y., author of  the Baraca and Philathea classes.  Besides these, many of the Sunday  school experts of the province will  f,ake part. .The music will be an  important feature of the programme.  Single fares on all the railway lines  will be given. For full information  write W. H. Irwin, 511 Mclntyre  block, Winnipeg.  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,   Limited,  Yarmouth, N.S.  Gentlemen���In January last Francis  Leclare, one of the roeta employed by  me. working in the lumber woods, had  a tree fall en him, crushing hiin fear-  fullv. He was, when found, placed on  a sled and taken home, where grave  fears were entertained _.�� ,his _ recovery, his hips being bady bruised  and his hody turned black from his  ribs-to his feet. We used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on him freely to deaden  , le pain, and with the use of three  bottles he was completely cuied and  able t,o return to his work.  SAUVEUR DUVAL.  Elgin  Road, L'Islet Co., Que.  St. Andrews church, Prince Rupert, has now a bell. A Chinaman,  beating a tin can, was Jthe first'device to call woishippers.  A -Carefully Prepared Pill���Much  time and attention were expended in  the experimenting wiih the. ingredients that enter mtio the composition  of Parmelee's Vegetable* Pills before  thev were - brought to - the state in  which they were, first offered to the  oublic. Whatever otlier pills may be,  -Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the  result of much expert study, and all  riersons suffering, from;- dyspepsia or  disordered liver and kidneys may confidently accept tnem as being ��� what  they are represented to be.        '   5  A complete tie-up of building in  Vancouver is not improbable in the-  near future. All the building trades  threaten to strike in sympathy with  'lie carpenters.  Minard's  Liniment,   Lumberman's  - Friend  At Shepshed; Leicestershire, the  death has just taken place of John  Kirby, 87. At 11 he began working  a plain vstocking machine, and continued at tlie same post for 77%  years. ' .   ��� .  ere is  our  Hair?  In.your comb? Why so? Is  not the head a much better place  for It ? Better keep what is left  where it belongs! Ayer's Hair  Vigor, new improved formula,  quickly stops falling hair.  There is not a particle of doubt  about it. We speak very positively aboutthis, for we know.  Doa not change ths ethrtf the hair.  \A  ~v    Vormola with qsoh bottle  ���     (how lt to your  -   - *       doctor  Ask bltaa-o-t lt,  thin do as ho says;  yers  Indeed, the one great leading feature of  our new Hair Vigor may well be said to  be this���-it stops falling hair. Then it  .goes one step further���it aids nature in  restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy  condition.   Ask for " the new kind."*  I br th* J. O. __ror Co.. LowslL.:  Nurses'  and  Mothers' Treasure  ���snfcgj regulator-<iforiJjaby.   Prevents  ~"~~ ' healthful rest  TSJSSWJfHBfit'the harmful  medicines containing opium  cr injurious drugs. 42,,  11 ��*PS 25c.���at drug-stores.  UrCa     National Dreg & Chem-  >iarrhoea,calco Vmned>  Montreal.  A        j|  em- __��P  Deported to England.  Jennie Cauldwell, an English degenerate, who. some time ago, at Toronto, was ordeied to be deported to England, will have to serve her sentence  .f-six months~in the Mercer .reformatory before she can be taken out of  Canada. The young woman, who has  a long string of convictions against  her, both in Canada and England, in  addition to the piesent sentence, was  sent to the Mercer for an indefinite  period by the police magistrate 'of  Hamilton. It was thought she could  be deported without completing her  sentence, but Chief-.of Police Grasetl  was notified by Mr!: Armstrong, pro  vincial inspector of asylums and  prisons, that under the ..Immigration  Act the girl could not be deported.until she served her time. Inspector  Duncan, oi the detective department,  stated that it is the intention of the  eity authorities to deport every undesirable immigrant thai comes into Toronto. Isaac Isaacs, who has been  ordered to be deported by the Immigration Department at Ottawa, will  sail from Portland, Maine, in a day  or two. An officer will be sent from  Montreal *to escort the prisoner to  Portland. _________________  Out For the Dust. '  Eva���Have you decided to accept the  young man. Katharine? Katharine���  - No. At present I look upon him mere-  Mi a pack' of cards. Eva���A: pack of  cards? Katharine���Yea. If te has the  long green I shall make' a deal., JSva���  And If he has not? Katharine���Then I  ���ball cut him. "j . . -^ '  * -- His "Richt" Name.  From queer* names and' description*  of 'things there follow as a natural  sequence queer names and descriptions  of people. Among a number of racy  Instances is one quoted by Mr. Fox-  Da vies, the well known authority on  nomenclature, from Blackwood's Magazine) of April, 1842. "In one. of tbe  Buchan fishing villages a stranger bad  occasion, to call on a fisherman of tbe  name .of Alexander White. Meeting a  girl, - he asked, 'Can ye tell uie fa'r  Snnny Fite lives?'.. *Filk Sanny Fite?'  quoth she.' 'Muckle Sauny Fite?' said  \ he. 'Filk muckle Snnny Fite?' 'Muckle  lang Snnny Fite.' 'Filk muckle lung  Sanny Fite?' "'Muckle lang gleyed  Sanny Fite!' shouted the exasperated  man. 'Oh, It's Goup-the-Lift ye're  seeking,' answered the girl, 'and fat  the de'il for-Unna ye speer for the mon  by bis rlcbl name at ance?'"  "Of all wild animals," writes A. W.  Bolker in Appieton's Magazine, "including the rhinoceros with his frightful charge and his dreadful horn, Including the rogue ��� elephant with hla:  unbounded strength, his marvelous  cunning and his villainous trunk, and  including that gray shaggy rogue, the  American grizzly, with his rib crushing' hug, his ponderous paw and bis  hot, reeking maw, no beast is as dangerous to man as. any one of the big  cats.  "For, besides the mouth; provided  with teeth that can crunch through the  leg bone of a man" as if lt were a  pipestem, each foot is provided with  five poniard-like claws, pointed Ilk.  needles'and from three to four and a-  half Inches long. As the beast strikes  with these he draws the claws in,  keeping hold of muscles and tendons  and ligaments and tearing them out of  the flesh until they snap like rubber  bands, so that unless the victim succumbs lt will be months and months  and sometimes years and years before he can regain use of an injured  member.  "But not only do these talons tear  viciously. Curious to say, although  the claws are needle pointed - and  the edges are dull as the tip of a little  finger, a cut with one of these hooks  is like the cut of a dagger. On one occasion in Bostock's trained wild animal show a Bengal tigress made a  sweep at a European black bear, cut  through the six inch thick fur of the  bear and cut three parallel strips two  feet long and six inches deep and  clean as razor slashes to the very  backbone of the beast '  "As a matter of fact, the dexterity  of one of these big cats' claws ls astounding. Here is a enrious. accident  which-happened to Bostock when he  undertook personally to break ln a  'rogue' tiger that had 'gone bad.' Provided with sole leather guards worn  next the skin and covering the fleshy  part of the leg from the groin to the  knee, he entered the arena with the  bad one and was attacked and wounded. His trousers were slashed ln one  spot just Wg enough to admit a slugle  claw, an undergarment showed two  similar and the sole leather guard  three similar cuts, while the flesh was  torn an.inch deep In four places three  Inches long.      - ~  "Still another Instance showing the  marvelous quickness of claw happened  ln the same show when the trainer ln  charge of a leopard group was saved  in the nick of time from a rogue which  had tried to pull him down by climbing up on him. The arm of this man  showed between "wrist and elbow alone  twenty-six wounds varying- from a  quarter of an inch deep and an inch  long to one inch deep and four inches  long.  "Of all the big cats, including that  magnificent jungle maned monarch of  might, the lion, and including those  beautifully spotted orange and black  "villains, the jaguar and the leopard,  and their cousin, that noiseless, lightening swift traitor, the panther, trainers prefer to handle the tiger.  ."This ls contrary to the popular belief which credits the tiger as the most  bloodthirsty of all wild beasts. The  tiger ls, however, the quickest to learn  and the easiest to handle. Whereas  the tiger always remains a nervous,  high fining brute, after a time a lion  becomes phlegmatic and lazy and requires urging, which is apt to cause  trouble.  "Whereas the tiger is a demon incarnate and merciless once aroused, he ls  at least an honest fighter that gives  HOUSEHOLD  HELPS.  Handy   Littlo   Conveniences  That   Oil  the Domestio Machinery.  One of the greatest conveniences of  the kitchen sink ls a piece of pumice  stone. It may be bought wherever  painters' supplies are sold or usually  in a drug store, a large piece costing  only a few cents. Get the irregular  rough stone, not-the polished down  toll variety.  Every cooking utensil may be cleaned with it, and its irregular form  makes lt reach the most inaccessible  corners of every dish. In using it you  will find tbat lt soon, shapes itself, if  >t is not already quite satisfactory, as,  the rubbing works It off to fit wherever  It is most needed. It does not work  as well when new because of its irregular'surface, but this "soon disappears. Kettles which have been burned black, as tbey 'Will be sometimes  are restored by pumice stone to* their  pristine smoothness and polish. No  chain dishcloth ever can approach it  and one who tries It will never be without It again. A piece lasts a long  time.  When a kettle threatens to boll over  grease tbe rim lightly all around wltb  a, bit of butter. The contents . will  touch this, danger line, but will not  pass it. Stewpans In which vegetables  are boiling may be treated In the same  way.  To clean dainty table covers, or silk  rub magnesia, on the soiled spots nnd  put away for a few days. Put plenty  on both' sides. 'When wonted'for use  again brush well, and the spots will  be gone.  To wash woolen blankets dissolve  soap enough to make a good suds in  boiling water and add a tableapoonful  of aqua ammonia. .When scalding hot  turn over your blankets., if con von  lent use a pounder or any. way to work  thoroughly through the suds "without  rabblng on a board. Rinse .well in hot  water. There is usnally. soap enough  from the first suds to make, the sec  ond soft If not add a little soap and  ammonia and after being put through  a wringer let two persons, standing op  posite, pull them into shape.- -Pry In  the sun. White flannels may be was1"'  ed in the same way without shrinking  ITS SUPERIORITY  Over Japan Teas is so pronounced that  tea critics have nothing hut praise for  it on a teapot Infusion. ���"���'- V  m  ���> -;-.J  ,','=*.������  Lead  GREEN TEA  Every   leaf  is  uncolored,  undbctbred   and of virgin purity/  Packets    Only,    40c,  60c, and    60c    Per    Lb.. At    All    Qrocort.  , The "Pull" and the Job.  Business men are constantly being  pestered by young men who seek positions through letters of recommendation, often in the form of personal re  quests from fellow business men. One  may well question whether these letters have any great "pulling" power  after all. The Saturday Evening Post  tells'of such an instance. -After being  very politely dismissed by several  managers with the stereotyped expression that there was not a vacancy at  present the young man tore up the letters and went back to the place last  visited.       -. ,  "��5Vhat can I do for you now?" the  manager asktd in an annoyed tone.  "Pardon me." said the .young man,  "but I've just torn up those letters.  Could you give me a job on my own  hook?" \   ;  ';,  The . manager looked. amused and  said: "We need a young fellow to chip  castings in the machine shop at $6 a  week. If you like, you can have that  until something better turns up."        ,  "Yes, sir," replied the Job - hunter,  "I'm ready now."  Usually That Kind  "Yapley makes a groat" boast of always  speaking  as he  thinks.    Does  he?" ���  "Yes, ��� only    more    frequently."���  Judge.  Ask for Minard's and Take no Other  There are sixteen* telephone calls in  New York city each second of the day.  Why go limping and whining about  your corns when a 25 cent bottle of  Holloway's Corn Cure will remove  them? Give it a trial and, you will  not regret it.     .  "Enrico, do you ��� know that for  some time you have talked in your  sleep?"  . '.'Wen, what of that? Won't" you let  me talk even in my sleep?"���La Ca-  ricaturista.  Keep Minard's Liniment In the House  , Little Johnnie on his first trip to  the sea shore, watched the foam of  the waves and asked' his mother :  "Is that tlie soapsuds the little fishes  wash with?"���Chicago Tribune.  "What you need,"- said the" doctor,'  ' i_ a "change of scenery." -     ���   '" ,   *  "I know it," replied the- manager,  .of   the   one-night    stand    company;'  "but, confound it, I didn't *"coirie to  talk business with you. ' I'd like to  find  out about. this  buzzing in my  ears."���Chicago   Record-Herald.  JToi Know Is to Prevent���If the miners who w.ork in cold water most of  the day would rub their feet and legs  with Dr. Thomas' ��� Eclectric Oil they,  would ' escape muscular rheumatism  and render their nether limbs proof  against the ill effects of exposure-to  the cold. Those setting out for "min-.  ing regions would do well to provide  themselves, with a supply before" start-'  J>"  _^   ';-ll  Denmark's -premier denies that his  country has made an > alliance with  any nation.   ;���.   ,    '     '  --< <-")*-    / .  VALUABLE MEDICAL  PMS(3HPtl0N-;   : ,. ���- J,, y,-11;  Soeomtntnd��d<*b7 a Well-known-  -��� Toronto Doctor,' Whose Love ,r  for Humanity to Greater "than ' >'  His   Prejudice   Against   Pre- .���-:  prietary Medicines.   ' :'- -     '-*'"'  ,    -* i r  ��� *V-w*  ���m/*  ( Vf-iJ  ���  - *'- ���.*-  -   i"  -'  i.i  ,*   J      T  .* U. i!\  --��   .                j.  r^l  _*���'*--     *  , -r" *si  ^ if1  Y'V-.yj-  '_. A  ,-jirVi  ," i'ir*&  ti. -~'m555;  i-^'X'.J5  vYi?<-*���  ��'V*V  Y'.''(  *   '-- ,r\i  ��� ..Tt  f--;i y.  ���_���.-* 55y  ��� .*..'.-���?;  ; -iY"5.  ... -Wi;.  - -v^h'  , _. ,  c\  >7' ~-  ���l" *v*  .-;-*. -  , *f  HON. C. W. ROBINSON  Director of Record Foundry Co.  Hon. C. W. Robinson, until recently  Speaker of the New Brunswick Legislature, and who, a few weeks ago, was  sworn in as a member of Premier Pugsley's  Cabinet, is; outside of his political interests, associated with some of the largest  manufacturing concerns in his Province.  '  Among the principal interests .with  Which Hon. Mr. Robinson is connected is  the Record Foundry and Machine Co., of  Moncton,   N.B.,   and   Montreal, , P.Q.,  ' Th* , following   very   valuable pre-  ���eription, by'an eminent and successful phy.ician, will be appreciated by  many who are suffering from la grippe,  cold, oough, pneumonia, or any throat, ->  lung or stomach trouble, or run-down   :  system, aa it ia .a certain oure,��� and ���"  ��� will save many a doctor's.bill.   -It-is ',  almoet a certain preventive as well:-^-"  "When you feel that you. are-taking -  eold or have. chilly feeling or aching .  in any part of the body or. head, or  feel weak, tired, dizzy, unfit for work, *  Sain in the head or back of the neck,  0 not neglect these dangerous' symptoms, but  send   inmediatoly to your   -  druggist and.get a bottle of Psyohina  .(pronounced Si-kecn), and prepare-aa  '  follows: -, _. *'��,"���  "Psyohine,  S teaspoonfuls.-  -   "Sherry, whisky 'or  water, S  t��S-  ���poonfula. -  "Choice of the latter can be.made  according to the judgment .and pre-^  ference of the patient.-  ���<-^ * ��' -4-~''  "Mix thoroughly and take regularly  before  each meal  and   at' bedtime." 1  This prescription has been used in  >  thousands   of  cases  and  has   been so  universally successful that a number  at. i-  -r   ! __  4 -1' --v.  Mt��Kiira  The perpetual charm  of freshness and crispness  ���of daintiness and deli-  ciousness ��� is. in every  box of   .  Mooney's  Perfection  Cream  Sodas  ���held captive by the  air-tight, moisture-proof  packages. There is a  best in everything. In  Biscuits, it's Mooney's.  103  ample warning when abont to attack  and only as a rare exception attacks a  man from behind, unlike the jaguar,  tbe leopard and tbe panther, which are  treacherous and almost Invariably attack when a back ls turned.  "Again, of all this dangerous family  the nature of the tiger comes nearest  tbat of any ordinary house cat, and, always comparatively, the tiger it Is that  ls most appreciative once the master  has succeeded in establishing his truce.  Then, like the domestic cat, he likes to  brush up against the person of his  trainer, loves to ha vie his back rubbed  and groomed and the top of his head  scratched to soothe tbe everlasting Itch  between the ears, while be emits, purs  of satisfaction, forgetting that the  least unforeseen accident may arouse  murderous instincts tbat would in a  twinkling convert the friendly meeting  into a ahamblefl."  Queen Sophia and Bismarck.  Queen Sophia of the Netherlands, the  first wife of King William III. of Holland, was too great a friend of Em-  ,peror Napoleon III., the Empress Eugenie and of Prance generally to take  kindly to Bismarck. Before the big  war bf 1870 and probably some time  after the Luxembourg squabble there  wns an international exhibition in Amsterdam, which the queen visited. She  was conducted over the whole place by  the committee, and as they came to &  certain section one of the members  said, "Now your majesty will see tho  greatest enemy of Germany." "Ah,  Bismarck!" she cried, with some glee.  'The members "stood aghast and never  "repeated" this^rash- exclamation;���The  "greatest enemy" he had to exhibit  was not, of course, Bismarck at all,  but only a very much enlarged reproduction of either the phylloxera or the  Colorado beetle, which at that time did  a great deal of harm to German agriculture.���'Westminster Gazette.  manufacturers of the celebrated " Penn of 'leading physicians regularly pre-  Esther" range* and -"^Admiral" and "loribe Psychine in-their'practice for  "Calorific" furnaces. In this.company, any of the above troubles, or any run-  Hon. Mr. Robinson is a large stockholder down, wasting or constitutional diffi-  and a director. ��� 0ulty.   It   is  tha   most   reliable and   , valuable home  remedy.    It tones up  the entire system, giving a feeling of  youthfulness and vigor, adding many  years to the life of those who nae it.  " Tean ago I was almost a physical WTOck and  17*   J        ���        T_ ! was suffering with lung troubles. -Friends and  V Iff At*. 21     ll_IV ��� tvAgVborm thougljt I would never ret batter. -X    ...  TlWlUlla    Ud;        bei-Sn to -M-paTr myielf.    Loalngrfalth ln my  * physician, I procured another one who recom-  Excursions  Fare  and  Onc=Third  For the round trip  be-  '   tween stations on the  CANADIAN   NORTHERN  .RY  physician, I procured _..-._��� ��� ....- .~��,__-  monded too use ol PSYCHINE. It was surprising  beyond description the effect it had. I se��:oed to  gain with every dose. Inatd,e ot two weeks I was  able to attend to my housework again. There  ore no symptoms ot consumption about me now."  MB8. HENDEH80N.   -  BtJohn, N.B.    '  ���1 had been suffering Irom La Grlppo.   jgy  lung, were weak and I had a cough, but Psychine  enwd,M-" '. MEa H. BEAH, *  Cheapatde, Ont.  Psychine can be procured from any  druggist at 6O0. and $1.00. It is a very  . ���" , A Difficulty.  Mistress ��� Why dont yon boll tbe  eras? Cook���Sure, I've no clock in  ���be kitchen to go by! Mtstresa���Oh,  yea;'you have! Cook���What good la It?  -Itts ten minutes fast���Philadelphia Inquirer.  1    t.. . ������  High Game and Fool*.  "Never eat game high," said an antiquary. "People will tell you that high  game is tenderer. What rot! Of  course it is tenderer, bnt would you  want your steak or your chop spoiled  ln order that lt might be a little softer  to the teeth? No, never! Highness In  game is an anachronism, a relic df the  past, a relic of the days of stage  coaches. In those days It was Impossible to deliver game to the cities fresh  ���transit was too slow. All game waa  - high, and men ate lt high because otherwise-they couldn't eat it, at all;  hence to eat game high nowadays,  when there is no necessity for it, is to  be a fool."  Placing the Responsibility.  For six months or more the druggist's assistant had occupied his leisure  moments by writing verses for the village paper, In the "poets' corner" of  which publication they appeared anonymously every Thursday, says the  Youth's Companion. On opening bis  copy of the Weekly Bugle one morning,  and, turning first, as waa hla regular  habit, tb that particular corner, he was  surprised and gratified beyond measure to see his name in full appended to  bis latest poetical outbreak.  He hastened to call at the office of  the Bugle. .,'������  "Mr. Stlres," be said to the editor, "I  want to thank you for signing my  name to my poem lnvthla week's paper.  It encourages* a fellow when he gets  proper credit for his work."  "Oh, that's ail right; Jobson," responded the editor. "We thought lt  was about time tot place the responsibility for that poetry where it be-  IfU-CW-l "  -v  Pen-Angle  ���Tijkets-good_to_go���May~ 22nd ~to  May 24th,   Inclusive.  Return  until  May 27th,   1907.  Any Canadian Northern Ry.  Agent will be more than pleased to  furnish   fullest   information.  Is so lame, Is a common complaint.  Johnson's J  Rubbed on Briskly  removes all lamaneH and soreness of io._- I  otes, and quickly ho��U o_U, burn., scalds.  , bite* and bruises.   EstablUlied ISli.  J9o.t three times ss much Mc.   All dealers.  'LS. JOHNSON A CO., Boston, _U_  LAMENESS  Whether it is a fresh Bruise, Cut or Strain���or an old Spavin, Splint,  Ringbone or Swelling���you can cure your horse with       =  Kendall's Spavin Cure  Thos. Castles, of-Newark, N.J., bought a horse���lamed with a Jack  Spavin���for $100. He cured every sign of lameness with Kendall's  Spavin Cure���won five races with Uie horse���-then sold the animal tb his  former owner for $1,000.00. Y  Wklljuotok, N.Z.,;Not. ind,'05.  "I hare found your Sps-rln Cure a very fine remedy for  aU sorts of lameness is horses and I am never without it.5"  S. J. W1SBEY.  Ge.t Kendall's Spavin Cure���the remedy used by two  nations for two generations. $i. a bottle-^6 for $5. Our  book���"Treatise On The Horse��*  ���will save you many a dollar if  carefully read and acted upon.  ���  . Write today for a free copy.  DR. B.J. KENDALL CO.,    2T  ENoa.uwi Fall*,   -   V_rmont, U.S.A.  IkwaWI  IRMLSKi  Buddha's Six Essentials.  Buddha, who reformed tbe Hindoo  religion more than 600 years before  Christ, established for men six essentials of' perfection ��� first, knowledge,  used to distinguish the true from the  false; second, energy, which Is used to  fight against the evils of the flesh;  third, purity; fourth, patience; fifth,  charity (i. e., loving kindness); sixth,  almsgiving. '. _Y     ...  Trade HarK  In a vari-ty of styles,  fabrics and prices, for  women, men and  children. Form-fitted.  Dealeri are authorized  to replace instantly and  at our cost any Pen-  Angle garment faulty  in material or making.  Pen-Angle Underwear ie form-knit  bo it can't help  fitting your figure,  ���it's ma de o f  long - fibred wool  so it won't shrink  ���and it's guaranteed besides. The  whole idea" is to  make it bo good  you can't afford  not to buy by the  trademark (in  red). 205  UNDERWEAR  W.    N.    U.    No.   637 r��i"-i  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  -J-**!  ~~*re*tf*p  f iblished in the interest of tjb*,e people  of Moyie at^d East ^oofBfl&j-.  P.J.  SJIYTH, PDjgyg^jfja.  ���DNIOH  _.A.B����  BATKS OF SDBSCBtPTIOM.  Q\\e Year..  ..{2.00  The Mine Owners' Motive.  SAyTppVA?, UA}' 25,    JL?07.  The Wall Street Journal thinks  Jthe next republican ticket may  read: "Taft and Hughes."   That  flught to be a yrinner.  ���������������.      ���  An English doctor has prepared  a new care-all which he has named  "snake-bite." Name ought to  make it  popular  in' prohibition  What's in  a -name?   The  new  i  heir to the throne of Spain was  -christened Alfonso Pio Cristino  Edurado Francisco Gueilermo Car-  los Enrique Fernando Antonio.  Robert Hulser, a ipinor ojf Webb  City, Missouri, makes affidavit  that on the day after the state  militia took po-ase'sion of the Independence mine at Victor, Colo.,  he oyejrheard the following conversation in the office of the independence Mine companj at Victor:  Said Mr. pornish, manager of  the Independence mine, to Mr.  Travail, who was the company's  paymaster; ''We now have Moyer  where we will bury him so deep  that he wiJI neyerbe heard from."  When a militia officer present  sugges,tecl that Moyer migtt get  out of the trap prepared for him,  Cornish, said: "We will keep on  until we do get him. We 'have  now gone too far to let hj.m get  oat. We j-yill follow him-up till  we sink him and the minors'  union, and we will kill their organization." "  Travail also said that the Mine  Owners' association had all the  money needed to accomplish, that  end, and could get mope if needed.  To this the, militia officer replied:  "Alljright, gentlemen, I will  all 1 can to Help you do it."  I: P. p. F.  Wilder Lodge No, 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings Jn McGregor  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited,'  A. Mac"Fam,ane,        JF, J. Sjiy^h,   -  Noble Grand. .    Secr'y.  do  Experience proves thajb those  "who gain money rapidly by speculation almost neye�� kee]a it; and  when they have lost it are infinitely worse off than they were be-  _- ���        .    . i.-   -  fore.���Success. Magazine.    ���<.  '       *.   -      ---- -*-��� A   '   x   * -  ��� ������**-.'.      -  They'are  already" cail^ng  the  Jamestown Exposition "the Jim-  ��� /   '''���r�� -  town    show." s When   it   -was  -   a-:-.    *.       lithe   buildings  and  there  The  project is like.j: fco  prove a  flat  failure.  opened  many of.  were yet' unfinished  was' general, dissatisfaction  A   quarrell  -. /*  over  barroom et  iquette in a Portland salccn last  , week resulted in the qg$tk of one  man and the- arrest of another,  charged - with murder. A man  named Robinson insisted on shak-  "   If: ��� i .   . ���    - _     ,       .   - -  ing hands  with- another 'named  ��� 4,    a t       ��� utrjr;  Rolt, to whom he had never been  ' introduced.   This angered   Holt,  ���who  struck"   Robinson  with his  left hand.   Robinson fell heavily  i ,' . *.   it   ��� t -'   * '-    . ���    ! ��� ���'  - to the tiled floor, and sustained a  fracture of the skull. He died before a physian  could  reach  the  ran      ''-'"'   :     " v    ��� '*  scene./ Thus, when a df^nken  man insists on shaking hands or  pitting his arms round your neck  and slobbering over you, it may  be much the best to oubmifc cheer-  'l    ,��� ,4       'ir     *.     ->'    1.      >.|    ..;.{ ,,i,;u .  ''  _���.  ������-.   v Tne Frank Paper says that the  charivari h^s- come to jbe so obnoxious and intoleiablean institu-  tion in Fgqnk that it is about time  the police cast a supervising eye  over such affairs.   Last vy-eek one  of that town's prominent business  ....     , r i i     11    * ~  Cpnhroojc -Licence D)|trict.  The half y early meeting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners,  Cranbrook' Licence District, will  be I'eld at the Court ftouse, fcran-  / '        ' *'       ���* 41    4       i'i ��� .  brook, on Saturday, June the 15 th,  1907, at ten o'clock' in' the fore-  noon, when the following applications will come before the board,  viz:  * P. J.McMahon, transfer to-McTavish <^ Cameron, Kootenay  Hotel,'Moyie'B.   d. '  "Ben. Riley, transfer to Armstrong "& Riley, International  Hotel, Moyie, B. C. , . \  "P. F.��� Jonnston, Moyie Hotel,  ^oyieB. Cl l "' ���"'.''_ " ": "  '"A'. Stephenson, Cosmopolitan  Hotel, Moyie B. C! "   '  P. F. Johnston, Manhattan  Hdtel/Moyie B. C. ' ��� ���    ���% .  Louise Elmer, Royal Hotel,  Kingsgate B. CY  ' F. R. Morris,"  Chief Licence Inspector.  Cranbrook Licence 'District.  .menwas-asarried,-  and^-affcer-he  Summer Excursion Rates East.  had made the "rounds" with "the  boys" and made himsqlf the j'good  fellow" as seems to be rjecessary  under the code in order. tq be a  gqod fellow in  Rt'^ki his  house  was beset by a band of hoodlum  ,--.(.       i        . i .,  kids who demanded money.   He  ���   ���    i   ��� :   '     fiv       ./  gave    them   a   .foliar but they  threw it bacjc at him and demand-  ed  more.    Because    he  did not  - .#   ., . i      i   ��� /  think it necessary to go jfur-jiher  they behaved themselves in a  manner mo.t shocking, throwing  cans and rocks  at his  door and  '��� I!' i '    '   .1 !        .   ,      'I   ..  keeping up a most terrible din for  more than an hour.    The Frank  paper thinks that unquestionably  if tho charivari cannot be condue-  - 5    *  ted insoma s3mblence of de.'ency-  jb.is never decent���a stop should  be put to it altogether;'   ' -..?  5   i i  .��  i*  On-June 6, 7,'8,-the Canadian  Pacific Railway willgeil ai Rossland aijd^elson, with' corresponding rates from all Kootenay points,  first class Round trip tickets to  all eastern-Canadian and United  Sta'tei points! Rates to Winnipeg,Port 'Arthur,' St.' Paul, Duluth, Sioux City $52 53. St. Louis  &60.00, .Chicago, $64.00, Toronto  $78.50, Ottawa' $82.l55, Montreal  $ki.6'6, St. John, $9_.0q, -palif.x  $Wi.5&." Tickets are'good for  three months to stop over west  Fort William, or St. Paul, and  good x\i%. any recognized 'direct  route, good via. lake route including meals and berths on Canadian "Pacific lake ~ steamers, or  good to go one of these routes  and return another. For1 rates to  any point and beitili reservation,  standard c$ toiirist' sleepers or  lake steamers," " apply to local  agents or write J. S. "Carter," D.  P. A'. Nelson.  ICelluffrom Itheumatic Cuius.  "I   sufl-.red   with   rheuniatism   for  . over   two  j'ears,"   says   Mr.  Rolland  Curry, a patrolman, of Key West, Fla  '.'.Sometimes it settled iu my knees and  } uned me so J could  hardly   walk,   at  other times it wojiIJ bte in my feet anJ  }i inddHO I wis inoapicitated for duty.  \li\f nightwhpn 1 Wis in sovcre  pain  nnd lame from it my *^ifp yyenl to  the  -   driij; store hire and came hack with   a  buttle of   Ch.imbprlain'5-   Pain   Balm.  ^ was rubbed niih it   and   luund   the  )min hiid uearly gone during tlie night.  !j kept ou using ib   for   a   little   more  tnan r.vro   Wdek-   and   fonud   th it   it  drove the rnuunitisin aw-y.     1  h.ive  nut h id a. iy troiiDle fn> n th it iii nine.  for ov��r thr-** *n *i,.vii.''    Fjr sile  by  thvJ��j/ij D.i' 4 j.itijij.-y J/.  NOTICE.  At the regular mj>eting of the  licencecommissioners of the Cranbrook^ district on June' loch, I  hereby.appljr for a transfer of the  Manhattan hotel licence, Moyie,  B. C, to P. F. Johnston, of Moyie,  B.C.'      "       ' '        "  J. A. Goupill.  Moyie, B, C, M��y Hth, 1907.  D.m't forget that all Free Miners' Licences expire) ott tynf'- ^ist.  F. J. S myth'is deputy mining recorder for Moyie, to whom those  in this vicinity should apply for  tlieir- renewals. '- '  St. Vugeno Lodge No. 37.  k. of p.  Meets evsry Thursday  vening    in.' McGregor  hall at 8 o'clock." Visiting brothers invited.  C. A'. i^'oOTE,    " F. J. Smyth,  Chancellor Com. K. E, and g.  Moyie   Miners?   Union  No. 71 w. F, of M.  Meets in McGregor hatt every Saturday evening.' Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Farm  Land  Jas. Moi_��.rj.n  President.  Jas. -Bobeets, -  Secretary  Harvey,    MpOarter &  Macjionald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Eto.  CranT^roofc,  . '-   B. O.  One hundred and sixty acres of land, suit-  able for vegetable and fruit raising purppses.  One half bottom land. This land is a snap at  the price offered. Call at our office and get  particulars. This offer.holds good for only 30  days/  '^"    '- '-*"'-   ' ��� J- ' '-" '   "  W. F. GURP,  BAKKISTEB, SOfclCITOR, KXO.  C^A-NBROO^.  B.C  C. H. DJTNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  jCraubrool^ B. C.  -..-_ j: ....-/-�������� j:-'  DR. P. B. MILES,  Cranbrook, B, C.  ��� ^        _-*i*r��   v-j  nzr  Cte'P-F^f fr Thompson,  BARRI6TKB,  SOLICITOR   '*  tary Public, &c.  CKANBROOK,      British Columbu  W; r. beatty;  -    Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 89. CRANBROOK.  ���'LET US STAND TOGETHER."  You to buy ous trousers .and other  garments, and we ".nake   good'.'  our  assertion   that lor   stlye,  fit,   quality  and price  YOU CAN'T DUPLICATE  buR garments:  Ii'a a broad assertion but provable.  Oiir test' ciiizpns -year our clothes,  l'hey are walking proofs of all we as-  s^r��, Our'"trousers sale" ij a^spec-  ial."  and  llOn't miss it.  r** *-*  Cleaning,   repairing  pressing done.  MOYIE,  G-A, FOOTE  _-_.____     fc ����� *i    *    .   ---_  usineiss  lot^  $200 an| Up ~  Residential lots  $50 and Up.  r " * . t- -     .'  FARRBiL & SMYTH.  Insurance.    Real Estate.    Collections.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OFCOMMERCE  BEAD OFFICE, TOHQWJTQ  B.' E. WA1KEK, President  ALEX. LAIED, General Manage** .  .A. H. IRELAND, Sit^iptmiitat pi  Branchea  . ' '  * '  "-   ��STABLISIIED 1807  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - 7 5,000,000  Total Assets, =��� 11^,000,000  Branches ttarougttoat Canada,'and? ia "the prtfted States and Enelan^'  A.GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAXSApXES)  COMMERCIAL ANP FARMERS' PAPER DISCOVNTEDl  SAVINGS BA^K DEPARTMENT  84  Deposits-of $$. and upward^ received, and interest allowed a-t  ��� current ratesr'-'The depositor is subject to no delay -whatever faf  5 the withdrawal of tbe whole "or any -portion of the deposit.'  CRANBROOK BRANCH. '      '      F, C. MALPAS. MGR  :    East Kootenay Dye Works. ;  For all kiad8 of ���    *  DYEING and CLEANING.  Hatp, Ties, Gloves, Feathers, Fun-, Portieres, Orapene.a, Lace Curtaing,  '\ Doilies. Battenburg, and in fact all kinds of fancy goods.  There is nothing large or small, fine p��.;"J5  coarse that we cannot handle--        ;'.  HOUSTON & WILSON, Props.  CRANBROOK.     .  I  ?  "      ���    -   BUY.YOUll  ���zr^?rsrrr  - - ^SJ- _   t  A;B. Stewart  & Co.  .m%^km%%%%WkMmmAmAWkm%mA^AmAWt%->^Asam4^^  B. C  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK LAND MSTRTQ T  KQ0TENAY  DISTRICT,  ���f i i  Take NOHCE that Qyroa C. St. Clair of  Crnubrook, timber ranger,' will apply for a  'pedal timber Hc.iibO oyer the follow lag  db-crlbed land!  Comraeuclug at a post marked B. C. St.  Clalr'n N. '15. pojA' planted ou tho West bank  of Moyie Luke, about i��0 ft. Eitst ot >.bo 9.' E.  coruer of Lot 7205, tho Portland Mineral Claim;  theucc West 40 chains, thenco South 120 chains,  to I'. K. 1012, thence East 20 chains, to I/>t  3039, themie North 20 'chains, thence east 20  chains, to bar.k'o'f ."iMylo.lii'.ke, .thenco following the lake Morfli to place of- commencement,  cojitAHiiiifr 0(0 acres more 5or lrss, Bubjuct to  the prior right, If any, of i holders of Jliuerul  claims therein contained.     ��� .   -   ���  Locator.  3YU0M CAMPBELL ST. CLAIR.  Dated May11th., 1907. *       *  Good  TTordj   fur  Cliumberlaln'.   Cough  *   ,'. '     * Remedy1,      ��� ������   ' ���       -������ *  ���t    'i *  Teople everywlier. take pleasuie in  testifying to tlie good qualities of  Clmmberlain's Cough Keniedy. Mrs.  Ed<vard Tbillips of B-rclay, Md.,  writes: "I wish to tell yon that J can  recommend ' -Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. My little girl, Catherine,  who is two years old, has been taking  this remedy whenever she has had a  cold since she was two months old.  -.bout a month ago-'I contracted a  dreadful cold myself, but I took Cham  berlains Cough Remedy and was soon  as well as ever'..". Th:s remedy is for  sale by the Movie Drug' and Stationery Coi  NO^ICifJ.  Notice is hereby given th'iir, 60 days afterdate,'  we intend to apply to tho Chief Ooimnis'slonor  of Lands aud Works for permission to purchase  80 acres of pasture land, more or less:���Commencing at the north-east cornor pott ol Lot  MB,   ou  tho1 B_-_ie   RiveT.-theheb, south 20  cfialns'.'thcnce ea_t*40 cjiatne, th>-nce n.rth'  to  the Movie River, thence down stream'to  place  of commencement.  Mo\ie B. C.  Doted this 2..th day of March, 1907. -  ALLKN FORD.  JAMES ROBERTS.  WHEN YOU ARE IN PAIN  you can get instant relief from  our liniments and. pain killing  remedies. Pruden|; people always have a supply of them in  the house in case of emergencies. ,  OUR REMEDIES AND  -' PREPARATIONS  are all put i*.p, in accordance with  the National Pure Food Law.  The^r fturity is guaraatc;ed as well  as thoir efficacy in time of trouble.  Better be wise like other people  and lay in a bottle or so.  Toronto  Ottawa -  Mont re al  and Stationery 'Co, 'im^"  The Moyie Drug  BUBNS & GO  JUST/RECEIVED    A  -SHIPMENT OF  HAMS  ���AND���'-  BACON  BXAKKET9  In   all  tbe  Principal  Cities and. Towns  in  British Columbia  ,-"V**.    *4< ���<v '.�����/-   *  GREAT STOCK  REDUCTION ��ALgf  We are overstocked to.the extent pf. $20,000, and  this surplus must be reduced." ' " ,    .  ' "      - -.4  *���    "'  WE   WIL|^  PAY  RAIJiWAYFARJJ  ., -   i  . ..- -  'Any person -purchasing $1^ worth" of good3   at  sale prices, providing not more than half is grocers  ies, will have'tlie'price qf.their double fare ticket  ���-:..,.�� ���.. .   ,   -'Y-    <��j---    *������-    ������'       .-.,     - **   *" i  refunded. '    . ;j  Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  LIMITED.  M>?7  Ami t%\m%lfK&u\h&dk'mh^^fo^&mm,i2& ^-^^^ a_*aiS*h^ ___jg_Cfc,3*Yi5__-'__^a",T_*\-__fcTfc_lfcftffcAft  P.. F. JOBMSMih  ���_"CJ"< ��   .  . -���',-���-���'-��-- --������  4*l$&\'V'.  ....--      ��� -.      ^^j^-r--   .        ,.      --.*>���-  This Hotel is New arid well Ihirhished: The  . Tables 'are Supplied with the Best the'  lliariiet affords. The Bar is Filled with  '-   the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  i  j.  '-���  ,   HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  �� . AND MINItTO MEK  %  MOYIE ��� -'   ������".    ������'���������-' ���Y      r- BKlIISp JJOI-UMBIA   %.  ccccg-ggq ���e*��^g���������'gc���C'�����CC5g^9��cfie*g��&��a����aab>i>����<ccgc<>w' -  &&&  P  MOYIE, B, a  i  ^NAsiiAR  ���f^llB  . __���>*.���    \  ��UMMgR  Excursion Rates  ���;     EAST-  From -Mo3Tie  $5250 "to."        * '  Winnipeg,  Port Arthur,  St.--P.ftul, ^uUith,    '  Sioux   City;   '  "'  St. Lauis  .Chicago  PREST PHOTO CO.  i  ClUNBnOOK AND MOYIE  NOTICE.  Tako notice that 'I Intend -sixty days after  date to apply to the chief commissioner of  I-tnils anil Woiks for permistlon to purchase  the following described lands, commencing at  a post pltntfifi at the North West corner of Lot  -802 G. 1, Kootenay District, thence West 33  chains, thence North GO chains, thence East to  tlie shore of Moyie 'Lake following shore of  said lake to boundary line of Lot 2802, thence  West to poiht'of coromchccment. Containing  160 acres, more or less. '  Dated this Otli day of April, 1907.  EDWIN" J. \V-_:_3.  St.  Joseph's  Convent  KELSON, B. C. _   ' ���i  i-oarding and Ijay School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty, Excellence and  swift progress characteaize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of tbe  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms |  commence January, April  aud  Sept. J. s caster,  ,    ' _ '-..   i j,     ���  '   l *      Dlst, Pass. Agt  Pupils are adiaittea during teiw.  - $64.00  . $04.00  |73 .50  - $32:55  $8100"  ,$94 00  .|101.8o  Qn Sale  ^une  e,: '7, 8.  Mrst-CJlass, Round Trip  SO day's Limit  Corresponding reductions Irpm  all Kootenay points." pickets av  ailable for -Lake i^oute, including  Meals and Berths on lake steamera  Xhroqgh ra^es quoted to any station in Ontario, Quebec, or Maritime Provinces on application.  Full particulars on application to local agents or write.*  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  E. J. COYLB,  Ast't Oenl. Paes, Agt  Nelbon, Vaneonver.  ��� ,_r^ 'it**^ *  16 ^06r^*sS^  As mada by tbe present hrewer is  admittedly   the  B^t_Be^i5"East"If'30t"enay. Withntl^BestMalt and-  tbe Purest Spring \^ater It is tinejfcelled for quality.  Iusi.t on having Moyie Beer.  Bottled and Oraft B^er.  SB  JULIUS MUELLER, Froprietor,  MOYIE, B. C.  O. P. DESAULNIER  DEA1ER IN  WOOD. COil HEED  _   PEOMPT DELiVEEY.  gueens- A^e.     MOYTE  ;  -E.&. GWYPE     ���  Cigars,        ^obacco, Cpnfctjonery  Fruits, E!c     _  iFA^jpELL BLOCK,  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  .5  ���THE���  K. H. QilAXtTt, Manafeer.   " ��� *  ty?od rooma^ %Qf)d taV.He? and - baf  and first class sample xoovaa.  DE9AULNIEI1 BBOS,   Fiopj.  Larjje B^mple room in conpeotfon  v*;th hoqae (or commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters" lor  Commercial and Mining Men.  * Qtjeens avenue,       uoyie, b. o  *���*,.  Express and Gener?  al Delivery Busi-  negs. Livery and  Feed Stable*.  Leave Ords.s at   ,  Gwyn'ne'8 Store.  MOYIE Bri  i.  - *^-


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