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Array H iVK     YOUR     WATCH  PR9PELU.Y REPAIRED  BY  W. H. WILSON, Jeweler,  CRANBROOK.  ^i^i-  VOL. 10, NO 14.  Bring Your Friends Along  with you iji they  lxeed any ft-essed Pieced Tinware or Enatneltedware of:  any kind.  In the5 shipments   received this week there is   ^  the famous *  COLONIAL BRAND  of Agatewear which name has always stood for durability and satisfaction.  _   See our special j-aadis dinnsr pail��.  CAMPBELL'S  Wtff!  B.B.LINZEY,  JEWELER  All kinds ,of repairing done.   English -watches a specialty.  ,Store on Victoria street, opposite --MaeEacherri & Mac-  *   . " .donald's 'store.  ���junanp  wwti to  Beale & Elwell  '   For particulars about-the  ���  Cranbrook Fire-Brick & Terra Cotta Co.  '"     SHAKES, ��1 �� ICII.  15,090 shares only on the'market, of which a large quan*  ity have already been sold.   Get in now.  MOYIE, B.G.  laHBBBiBaHBIBBBaBI  Teas, Coffees,  Confectionery  Grocer's Specialties  AND  Calgary Milling Cos Flour  J. W. FITCH.  4J MOYIE'S ;LEAD��KG   HOTEL. J  j _Hfitfil^_Knotenai^���I  <��� ^a\t\%.e4mmmmm   ^katW     ^mV   ^*aW   <*��',M -**^& am-uSm* ^mW     ^kW       ^m\*   ^0^ t^*��� "^���5555^ ^afm\W      W Jj  3 *- ;.-....   y     ." - Cf, V  I .".;. .-;���  ���������-*���     '"���  ";- *  Thebestofaccpmnwdatione      > J.  for the Traveling Public. J  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms.  Billiard Booms.  McTAVISH* CAMERON Proprietor?.:   .    ;  fi*  -tyrzjs-Tjx w /i^W~W^v^ W W J*s~z}s- iz*rw~WW 2jny> t^^ww^ts-ww %  THE ALL  AMERICAN SHOE.  We have secured the agency of this American high  class shoe.  We have a splendid range of them in Patent leather,  in Oxfords, Bals and Bluchers. ( Call and see these lines  before purchasing elsewhere.  E. A. BILL,  THE, LEADING   LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  ^^^ W W^^W sv* ��v-W,nr W~WrW W W^^WW '     WW WWW W W1  I    Imperial Bank of Canada,    *  I   SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.  !| '.'.-.   INVITED  I      Interest \jpaidrq[u'arterly;  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J. F, M, PINKHAM, Manager.  ���    jH  AAAl^*f^*fllr^*t^--^'<��-1^^a*5AAe fft*fr tvUm ���'���fc^^'flh  LOCAL ASSAYS        $  . Tbis is flue weather, isn't it?  The lumber has not yet arrived  for our new fire hall,  A. G. Bowness of Cranbrook,  was in Moyie on business Monday,  A daughter was born to Mr.  Mrs. R. J. Mcdonald on Friday.  E. A. Hill was a Cranbrook  visitor the first of the week.  E. G, Gwyrme returned Tuesday from his trip to Spokane.  "VV. A. Webster was up from his  ranch near Curzon the last of the  week.  The Spokane Flyer stopped at  Moyie long enough to take-breath  on Wednesday.  D. J. Blmer,mayor of Kingsgate  was a Moyie visitor the flirst of  the week,  LOST���One black silk umbrella,  with small gold knob on handle.  Finder return to Leader office.  Bert Stewart returned from  Spokane Thursday where he has  been for the past few weeks,  _W H. Shira, an old-tlnwr ia  Moyie was shaking hands -tfitfe  old friends this week, ~  Mrs. J. P. Farrell left for. Boston last Monday where she will  spend the summer visiting relatives.  ��� B. Campball *fe C3. have received  the best aeao-rtment of gents neck  tie3 that any one could wish  to  <-.*���*-�����-  * P. B. Forrest arrived in town  yesterday from Manitoba and  has taken a position with R.  Campbell & Co.  Miss Lulu Crowe left Tuesday  for Rossland where she will have  charge of' the post office at that  place.  '" Elliot Crowe returned to Moyie  Thursday from New Westminster  where -.'he * - -has . -been attending  .Columbia-College. .  . Don't forget that we . do all  kinds of neat- and attractive job  work at the Leader ^ printery.  Oar job printer, Russell Hawke,  is always here with the goods.  Thbs/Ktsiiy returned Wednesday from Denver, Colorado, where  tie was attending the convention  of the Western Federation of  Miner*.*  . Methodist church. Tomorrow  at 7:30 p.m. the Rev. Wm. Boulton  will preach. Subject "The Favorite  Psalm." A' paraphrase illustrating Shepard life in the east. Anthem by the choir.  Big Excursion.  Given Mr. and Mrs. P. Bonner,  Mike Bonner and. Jotip Cannon a Great1 Success;  Spoliane," July 4.���The first large  excursion over the lines of tho new  Spokane-Ittterna>tional railway will b'e  that of the buswess men of Spokaue  to Fernie, .totaling 325. miles, under  the direction of the chamber of commerce, on Thursday and Friday, July  18 and 19, * This will be the 11th annual excursion of the business men  ����d it is estimated by Secretary  Moore, of the^'chamber of Commerce,  that the party will numbet peairly  150.  The party will leave on a special  train at 7 p.m. and will make their  first slop at Sand Point, Idaho,  where they will remain until noon  and where.thoy will lake lunch*. Opportunity will -be given those who  so desire to take short trips on tho  J-a'ljie, The party will visit while at  Sand Point the Panhandle smelter  and. the large mill of the Hum-bird  Lumber company.  Short stops will be made after  leaving Sand Point, at Moyie, Cranbrook and Wardner, the party arriving at Fernie at 7.30 in the evening.  Here -they will have dinner * and re-  l��ai�� over night. On the following  day, Friday, the party, after breakfasting at Fernie and visiting the  works of the Crows Nest Pass Coal  company and inspecting the  ovens of this company, wi}>' leave aji  $Q g'clpckj in the morning.  From Fernie the party will take 3  short trap to Mafysville op the Kin**  berley branch ot tho C. P. R., arriving -there about .noon. Luncheon will  be served and following' this tiie  party will be conducted through tHp  property qf the Sullivan Group Mining and Smelting company. While at  Marysville tbe party" -fill be the  guests of the Sullivan Group l&iityng  and Smelting company, which i|  largely controlled tfy Spokane inter,  csts; ���'  The party will-leave Marysville at  3 o'clock, arriving at Bonners- Ferry  'at' 6 o'clock. A stop ol tw$ hours  will be made there and the party will  remain- two tanirs inspecting '{too  town. At 8 o'clock the. party will  leave Bonners   Ferry and will   mako  ���?���%-.  The farewell social and dance  which was tendered Mr. aad * Mrs;.  P. Bonner, Mike Banner arid John  Cannon, on the eve of their departure from Moyhv W-*9--*-h3ld*in  the Eagles hall, on July 9thi- The  affair was a conapleba'sic 2033.  Dancing C3m_Q-.n;ed at abjjUfc 9. p.'  m., and music .was furnished by  Mrs. Patrequin, piano, K Sott,  -violin,' E. O. Kamm,-cornet. Songs  were sung at interval. * by Mr.  Sowerbutts and Mr*. Patrequin.  Just before -refreshments were  served, Mr. James Roberts was  called upon to present Mr. and  Mrs. Bonner, with a .beautiful,  silver tea service, and - to Mike  Bonner and John Cannon-a set of  gold cuff links, on-behalf of their  many friends as a am all token- of  regardand high esteem by* ������ which  they were held in Moyie/... The  recipients briefly respo^el and  thanked them for their kihdne3,  after which three'cheers wisre  given, ��nd the people' assembled  joined heartily - in siaing, -'For  He's a Jolly G��c*od FJilow." Refreshments were served *- after  which dancing was "resumed and  kept going until 2 a.~ wL The committee'are desirous of expressing  their thanks to the ladies' for .  their generous assjafcance.  Following is the committee who  had charge of theY'^ffMr:-���Ja1*.  Roberts, Chas. Livesley,: Mike  Torphy, K. D. Stinson, E'l. Hutt,  Albert Gill, Jos. McLnreo* P. Head.  K95555V955y955W9999555W99^ra991f9 IP  Mayor Sehmitz of Sari Francisco  was sentenced to'.five years imprisonment. ���   '  A new $78,000 school will be  built in North Winnipeg .this  year.  A big 40 piece band will furnish  music at the Spokane Interstate  fair next fall.  Hon. Joseph Chambajlain celebrated his 71st birthday last Monday,    Pive people died in Chicago  Tuetday from the.heat. Ten  more were striken and three of  thesa raay die.    Fred Brown has been in town for a  few   days and    left last evening for  Manitoba,    where he will remain for  several weeks.  James Johns is in town today On  Ills way home to Moyie from towns  on tlie prairie where lie has been visiting for a month,  -Mr;-awl-Mrs. .W. J. Atchison * returned on Tuesday evening from, tlieir  wedding journey and have commenced  housekeeping in the Morrow house.''  M. Phillipps' came up from his  ranch below. Elko on Monday to  transact some business in Craflbrook.  Mr. . Phillipps says that * the prop!  Were never better and that the fruit  is in fine-shape this year.  Frank Angers returned' last Tuesday  from a month of cruising along Uie  boundary line in the neighborhood of  Gateway. Mr. Angers has located a  large tract of fine timber, while absent. 1  D. J. Elmer, of Kingsgate, was in  town   the   first of   the week.     Mr. j  Elmer is just completing a fine   new1  hotel that will be, well equipped . in  every respect, and one of the best on  the Crow.       "   . ,,      -- Y. . ..  ,J. S. Clute, customs inspector for  many years and well known* in Cranbrook, where -he has visited officially  many times, has retired and has been  succeeded* by W. Merchant, formerly  Dominion appraiser at -Victoria.  _ Oliver Burge returned from Lethbridge yesterday, where he has been  for , some time ' undergoing surgical  treatment. Mr. Burge was met. by  Mrs. Burge and they left for their  home at Perry Creek yesterday afternoon. -     ��� ��� i',.  A. F. Gill, of Spokane, brother of  Tom Gill, of this city, ' "came  very near buying the" interests of the  now notorious Orchard in the Hercules mine in Idaho, but the deal fell  through. If Mr. Gill had bought the  interest he would have been worth  hundreds ot,thousands today.  V. A: Rollins Iett last evening on  the Flyer for Winnipeg and "on next  Wednesday,* -the 17-th, he will be united  in marriage to Miss Jessie Wellman,  of that city. Mrs. George Hog-  garth and Mrs. E. H. Small, sisters  of Miss Wellman, leave tomorrow for  Winnipeg to be present at the wedding eercmony.  C. Magoe has cultivated an* ordinary  wild rose bush in his yard-until this  year he has one of the greatest hearing rose -bushes in this part ot- the'  country; At the present time it has  nob less than 2,000 blossoms on it,  and" the rose have changed from the  single, small wild rose, to a* large/  ha-ad^MBe double. r��e.     --  ~"-~- -��."r. -.  I. H. Willson, ot Wardner, will  succeed J. Moe as station agent ia  Cranbrook. It is hard to lose a man  live Mr. Moe,. but there (s a great  deal of satisfaction for the people of  this town to know, that a man like  Mr. Willson is to take his place, as he  is competent in every way, extremely  obliging and just tlie man to make a  great success of such an importaat  office as the    C. P. R. in tbis city.  A.6. Wilmot-and George Hungee-  (ord returned-yesterday from an ex?  tended trip to Port Simpson, Prince  Rupert and adjoining country. Mr.  "Wilmott says that he saw just three  fair days all the time that he was up  in the country, and that it'is reported that in tlie neighborhood of Prince  Rupert that they have 1*62 inches of  rain annually.- He passed John  Houston on his way to Prince Rupert with a small printing plant and  said that ho "would start a paper as  soon as he could,nuke the necessary  arrangementc.  Wigens' Celebrated  STRAWBERRIES  Are Now Ripe.  .=-3*-  We are his sgeutp, and during tbe season we will bandJe  his fruit.   His (-trawberiies aie supeiior in evtiy lauy to  ' any grown in B. C.  Tney are of the finest flavor, of g6ocl color, clean erd  free from sand, and as they reach hear the day they aie  pfeked, you get them as fresh as if they were grown in your  own garden.  In Wigen'a strawberries you get oue-fourth   mojfe fmit'  than in any others.   Test a basket and be convinced.  Berries for preserving will soon be ready. Let us know  what you will require *so that we will be able to cater to  your want/  -,   .    ��� '      -. - ��� -  MacEacKirh & Ma ede n aid  Bcr.k at St. Euger.e.  ��� A new Fys'tem has gone into  effect at the St. E j gene, where-  ���by it is possible for the employes  of the ��� company to cash their  check, a the office as soon as  they are received. ,The Imperial  Bank of C; na la has arranged to  send representatives of their  Cranbrook branch down on the  10th of every month with the  necessary money to cash all  checks and. deposits can also be  made on these days*; ' -  ' While this is a partila step towards getiing a bank hare, yet  it should' serve more particulary  as a stimulrnt for concerted <ic-  fion on the part of the citizeus of  this town to use-every endeavor  to. have; a regular branch established: This town can support a  bank and if the people would pull  together there is no reason why  we can't have it.  England's most important industry is the utilization of metals,  aspecially in machinery; one��alev��  enth of all laborers are engaged in  this industry, the number having  doubled within the last two. decides.  The Canadian Pacific > Bail way  will build a new station, a freight  shed and an oil house at Kamloops. The station will cost in  the neighborhood of $ 35,000, and  will be built of brick. The freight  shed will be 230 feet long and 50  feet wi4e, ��   For Sale.  C03t $800 f. o. b. Tie most  perfect launch in the Kiotenay,  Winner of the 21 fo3t qlass, Dominion Day, Nelson, Wis Perfect  condition and almost new. * Every  eoke.sundrie.completei such as awning,  brass rails, cushions, seats,... carpets, etc,' This launch would be  the pride of Moyie. . Aidress,  "launch," Box 74, Nel .on, B C.  Methodist Social.  Lights And Sidelights.  "Who killed cock robbin?"  "I bite.   This fellow Orchard?'  ���Louisville Courier Journal.  Go on Strike  A general strike has bes��n declared among the (Judaic - raiaerd  and 2000 men are out.   The union  rejected the employer's fcale.and'.  adopted one for-preFentai-ion.;   j��.  meeting was  held  TueadAy and-  after   considerable 'discussion    a  ' ' t-  schedule of wages to apply to' xll  mines in the district was adopted.  The   men  ask that no more than  75 cents  per dry be .nsk'dl foe  board:      Y   '        -'-; "  Hill gets full  Control!.  Spokane, July 10.���Control of , tKTT-  great Crows Nest Pass Coal com- -  pany, worth $50,000,000 has-been se--  curod by James J. Hill, through ' tlio -  assistance of J. P."Graves, of Spokane.  Hill has owned 45 per cent of tlie  company's ��� stock for several years,  but until recently has been una-We to"  secure control. His eilorts have at  last, been successful, through purchases by Graves, who is friendly  witli the Great Northern interests.  Graves' reason for acquiring Interests is to secure a supply of coke  for the Granby smeller and steam  coal for Spokane.  In his purchase Mr. Graves is sup- -  posed to be representing the Granby  shareholders.     There is approximatct-  ly $2,800,000    involving 8000    shares  being bought.  Graves refused to deny or confirm  the report tonight.  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church held a very successful social in the tent opposite  M icEtchern -ft M icdonald's store  on Wednesday  P.esby.erian Picnic.  Farewell   Party.  A farewell party, in honor of  Mr. and Mrs.}%! T. Howard, who  are leaving . for Eaderby next  Wednesday, was held in the I^ake  Shore hotel last night. -IUacing  was the main feature ofthe evening and a general good time was  held.  M:\ and Mrs. Howard were  no further stops.     They will arrive  presented with n Chip?, tf*-a sat  in S'[ioks*.ne at 11 o'clock.  The Presbyterian Sunday school  had a very successful picnic on  Thursday last at the McBath  ranch across the lake. Between  seventy and eighty children and  adults went over in the afternoon  aud had a most pleasant time.  Tharik-J are due to Mr. Beusey,  foreman of the Porto Rico Co*  mill for the kindness in providing thelauuch and scow for transportation, also to Mr. Campbell  and H. Chapman who took the returning row boats in tow with  their launches and relieved the  rowers of their labors.  tyke   tbe PotfmMtei'i Word for It.  Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster  at Cherry vale, Tnd., keeps also a  stock of general raerchandi-*.". and ���  patent medicines. He says:'  "Chamderlaiu's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrbqea Retqedy J3 standard  here in its line. Ic qev<-)r fails lo  give satisfaction and 5\ye could  hardly afford to be. without it."  For sale  by   the   Movie I)rug   -i  ' fc 1 "Ad -.���*������**,- C '.  BA)^i^^^.\\iGiWMM^  Is the Most Economical  Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further.  Working uniformly and perfectly,^:  makes the bread and cake always light  and beautiful, and there is never a waste  of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs.  When outfitting for camp always take  Dr. Price's Gream Baking Powder for  good health and good food. It makes  the finest  flapjacks, biscuits and bread.  VniCI tBARIMQ POWDCH CO.,  CMtCAdO.  Never go into the woods away from 4  doctor with a cheap alum baking powtier  in the outfit. You want the best baking  powder in the world���and it is most  .economical in the end,  * v -.  Y'-ll  a      1 iy%  ���r  -~J~i  *-"���**���  n  ���  t THE LEACER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  everly of ir6E BARR  OJTCHCON, WM  (Continued)  "Good morning," he said, extending  hi* hand, which she did not seo.  Sbe  was wondering how much he had seen  and heard at midnight  "I thought tbe troops were massing  this morning," she said coldly. "Don't  you mass too?"  "There is time enough for that; my  -dear.* I came to have a talk with you���  ln private," be said meaningly.  "It ls sufficiently private here, Count  Marlanx. What havo you to say to  me?"  "I want to talk about last night. You  were very reckless to do what you  did."  "Oh, you were playing the spy,  then?" she asked scornfully.  "An Involuntary observer, believe me  ���and a Jealous one. I had hoped to  win the affections of an innocent girl.  What I saw last night shocked me beyond expression."  "Well, you shouldn't have looked,"  she retorted, tossing her chin, and the  red feather In her hat bobbed angrily.  "I am surprised that one as clever  as you are could have carried on an  amour so Incautiously," he said blandly.  . "What do you mean?"  "I mean that I saw. everything that  occurred."  "Well, I'm not ashamed of It," obstinately. "Goodby, .Count Marlanx."  "One moment, please. I cannot let  you off so easily. What right had you  to take that man Into your room, a  place sacred In' the palace of Graustark? Answer me, Miss Calhoun."  . Beverly drew back in horror and bewilderment. *  ,��� "Into my room?" she gasped.   .  "Let us waste no time in subterfuge.   I saw him come from your window, anu I saw all that passed between,  yon in the balcony.   Love's eyes are  keen.   What occurred ln your chamber  I can only"���  "Stop!   How dare you say such a  . thing to me?" she fiercely cried.   "You  . miserable coward! , You know he was  not in my room.   Take it back���take  back every word of that lie!"    She  was white with passion, cold with terror. .     .   ���  "Bah! This ls childish. I am not  the only one who saw him, my dear.  He was in your -room���you were In his  arms. It's useless to deny It. And to  think that I have spared' him from  death to have It come to this! You  "need not look so horrified. Your secret Is safe with' me. I come to make  terms with you. My silence In exchange for your beauty. It's worth It  to you. One-word from me, you are  disgraced'and Baldos'dies. Come, my  fair lady, give me your promise. It's  a good bargain for both."  Beverly was trembling like a leaf.  This phase of his. villainy had not oc-'  curred to her.   She was like a bird trying ,to avoid the charmed eye of the  ��� serpent.  ,,,,���'  "Oh, you���you miserable wretch!"  She cried, hoarse with anger and despair. "What a cur you are! You  ' know you are not speaking the truth.  How can you say such things to me?  I have never wronged you"��� She was  almost in tears, Impotent with shame  and fear.  . "It has been a pretty-game of love  for you and the excellent Baldos. You  have deceived those who love you best  and trust you most. What will the  princess say when she bears of last  night's merry escapade? What will  she say when she learns who was hostess to a common guardsman at the  Baldos,  but he  shall  pay dearly for  this insult. He has gone-too lar."  "I don't tnink .ne nas any prooi  against Baldos," said Beverly, thinking only of the guardsman.  "But it is so easy to manufacture evidence, my dear. The Iron Count has  sethis heart upon having you, and he  ls not the man to be turned aside easily."  "He seems to think he can get wives  as easily as he gets rid of them, I observe. I was going back to Washington soon, Yetlve, but I'll stay ou now  and see this thing to the end. He can't  scare a Calhoun; no sir-ee! I'll telegraph for my brother Dan to come over  here and punch bis head to pieces."  "Now,' now, don't be so high and  mighty, dear. Let us see how rational  we can be," said the princess gently,  whereupon the hot headed girl from  Dixie suspended hostilities and became  a very demure young woman. Before  long she was confessing timidly, then  boldly, that sbe loved Baldos better  than anything in all the world.  "I can't help lt, Yetive. I know I  oughtn't to, but what is there to do  when one can't help it? There would  be an awful row at home if I married  him. Of course he hasn't asked'me.  Maybe he won't In fact, I'm sure he  won't I shan't give him a chance.  But if he does ask me I'll just-keep  putting him off. I've done it.before,  you know. You see, for a long, long  time I fancied he might be a prince,  but he isn't at all.. I've had his word  for it He's just an ordinary person,  like ���like ���well, like I am, only he  doesn't look so ordinary. Isn't he handsome, Yetlve? And, dear me, he ls so  Impulsive! If he had asked me to  Jump over the balcony rail .with him  last night I believe I would have done  It Wouldn't that have surprised old  Marlanx?" Beverly gave a merry  laugh. The troubles of the morning  seemed to fade away under the warmth  of her humor. Yetive. sat back and  marveled at the manner In which this  blithe young American cast out the  "blue devils."  "You must not do anything foolish,  Beverly," she cautioned. "Your parents would never forgive me If I allowed you to marry or even tb fall In  love with any Tom, Dick or, Harry  over here.' Baldos may be the gallant,  honest gentleman we believe bim to  be, but he also may be the worst of adventurers. One can never tell, dear.  I wish now that I had not humored  you In your plan to bring him to the  castle. "I'm afraid I have done wrong.  You h.-ve seen too much of him, and���  oh, well, you will be sensible, won't  you, dear?" There was real concern in  the face of the princess.' Beverly kissed  ber rapturously.     .     ���   ���  "Don't worry about me, Yetlve. "I  know how to take care of myself. Worry about your old Gabriel, if you like,  but don't bother your head about me,",  she cried airily.' "Now. let's talk about  the war. Marlanx won't do anything  until he bears froiii me. What's the  use worrying?"  Nightfall brought General Mai-lanx-ln  from the camps outside.the gates.   V  came direct to the' castle and boldly  sent word to Beverly that he'"hmst  speak to her at once. She promptly  answered that she did not want to  see him and would not. Without a  moment's hesitation he appealed fer  audience with the princess, and it  was granted.  He proceeded, with irate coolness,  to ask how far she believed herself  Ten 'minutes Tater Beverly was hear-  Ing everything from the lips of the  princess, aiid Marlanx was cursing his  way toward the barracks, vengeance  In his heart. But a swift, messenger  from the castle reached the guardroom  ahead of him. Colonel Quinnox was  reading an official note from the princess when Marlanx strode angrily into  the room.  "Bring this fellow Baldos to me,  Colonel Quinnox," he said, \yithout  greeting.  "I resret to say that I haye but this  Instant received "a message ��� rrenn ner  highness commanding me to send him  to the castle," said "Quinnox, with a  smile. ' .  "The devil! What foolishness is  this?" snarled the Iron Count.  "Have a care, sir," said Quinnox stiffly.   "It is of tho princess you speak."  "Bah! I am here to order the man's  arrest.   It Is more important than"���  '"Nevertheless, sir, he goes to the castle first. This note says I nm to disregard any command you may give  until further notice." '  Marlanx fell back amazed nnd stunned. At this Juncture Bnldos entered  the room. Quinnox handed him nn envelope, telling him thnt lt wns from  tho princess nud that he was to repair  at once to the castle. Baldos-glanced  at the handwriting, and his face lit up  proudly.  "I am ready to go, sir," he said, passing tho Iron Count with a most disconcerting smile on his face  (To Be Continued)  THE  FII.ST  SYNDICATE.  Fine muslins, dainty lin-  ferie, iron easier, look  etter, last longer if the  7 laundress uses the only  cold-water (no boiling) -  starch that, really  saves work and really  won't stick. Try it Get  Use For Scraps of Soap.  A good way of using scraps of soap  is to add them to the household cleansing mixture. This ls useful in every  household for cleansing paint, removing grease from clothes and all other  occasions when a good cleansing preparation Is needed. Keep a wide  mouthed bottle, and into it throw all  odds and 'ends of soap. When you  have a small collection of these, add a  teaspoonful of powdered saltpeter,  ditto rock ammonia and about a quart  of, warm, soft water, "says the Cosy.  Corner. Leave the mixture till lt Is  cooled. A little of this may be dissolved in water- or. on a flannel. nnd  wil! be found an invaluable cleanser.  THE SPOKTING RAJAH.  midnight hour? It is no wonder that bound to protect the person of Bal-  you look terrified. It Is for you-to.^dos, the guard. ..He understood she  say whether she ls to _ know or"'notY._was_under__obligation8-Cto^.*Miss���Cal-  _Yon can bind me to.siience.. You have noun, and\he; wanted to be perfectly  lost Baldos. Take me, and-'all that I .-sure of his. position before taking a  can give you In his stead, arid'the .* step wbicn'now se'eine'ff' imperative.  * world never shall know the.truth. ;;You Baldos wa3 a spy in the employ ol  ;love him, I know, and tliere Is'bntVdne ..Dawsbergen. He had sufficient proof  way.to save him. Say-the wordand to warrant his arrest and execution-  he goes free to the hills; decline and there were documents arid there was  bis life is not worth a breath of air."      positive knowledge that he had con-  "And pretending to believe this of ferred with strangers' from time to  me, -you still ask me to be your wife, time, even within the walls of the cas-  What kind of a man are,yon?" she de- tie grounds. Marlanx cited instances  manded, scarcely able to speak. . . in which Baldos'bad been seen talking  "My wife?" he said harshly.' "Oh", ' to a strange old man Inside the grounds,  no. You are not the wife of Baldos," and professed" to have proof thnt he  he added significantly. bad gono so far as to steal away by  "Heavens!"- gasped Beverly, crush- night to meet men beyond the city  ed by the brutality of lt all. "Iwould -walls. Ho was now-ready to seize the  sooner die. Would to heaven my fa- guard, but would not do- so uutil he  ther were hero. Ho would shoot you had conferred with his sovereign,  as he would a dog! Oh, how I loatho "Miss Calhoun tells me that you have  you! Don't you try to stop me! I ma(j0 certain proposals to her, Count  shall go to the princess myself. She Marlanx," said Yetlve coldly, her eyes  Bhall know what manner of beast you upon hla hawkish face.  ���re." -' I    "I have asked her to be my wl-'--5,  ' She was racing np the steps, flaming   your highness."  with anger and shame. ,    ,.You  have'threatened  her,   Count  "Remember, I can prove what I have   Marlanx "  said.   Beware what you do.   I love you     , ���ghe h"aa expoSed herself to you?  I  bo much that I now ask you to become.   wou,d nofc hava toia'what I -wv last  my wife.   Think well over lt.   Your   nj���htj:.     ���.���  honor and his life! - It rests with you,"  he cried eagerly, following her to the  door.  How tho French-Word Was Americanized Amid Much Jesting.  Throughout the European negotia-  rions iu reference to the Northern Va-  :ific railroad au interesting French  vord recurred again and again���name-  .y, "syndicut"���which Jay Cooke and  jis partners soon converted into an  iSnglish word, syndicate. The newspaper reporters rolled it under their  tongue.. It was a find for punsters  and versifiers.- The New York Tribune  received these Hues from oue of its  waggish contributors:  Pray what is a syndicate  Intended to indicate?  Is questioned abroad and at home.  Say. is it a corner  Where Jay Cook-e Horner  Can pull out a very big plum?  In congress the word was under examination. Some of "Sunset" Cox's  constituents had written him, that  member declared, to ask if it were in  any way related to the Kukiux. "A  scholar- learued iu philology," he continued amid laughter, "says It comes  from the original Chinese and is pronounced 'Ah Siudecat,' from a well  known" player of cards called the  'heathen Chiuee.' A revenue reformer  writes me^that it is an animal peculiar  to Pennsylvania, with a head of iron,  eyes of nickel, legs of copper and a  heart of stone!"- It consumes every  green thing outside its own -state.";  Cox went to' Sir' John Mindevllle's  '.'Travels In Far'Cathay" and there  found an account of a "strange animal  of'the lizard .kind.- He was'known in  anciente books as a chameleon. When*  the suu did shiue. he took various colors. .Sometimes it-wore a golden hue  and sometimes had a green back. ^1  caught him by,means,of a Steele mirror, which so bedazzled his eye that ho  was easily caught ��� I bring him home  as a strange beast. It Is called by -the  natives a scindicat."  The syndicate's task was to take In  the old 0 per cent bonds issued during  the war, many of which had drifted to  Europe, where they were held by the  .thrifty peasantry, ,who had purchased  them nt paper money prices, and to  sell the "> per cent bonds in their stead.  It was a complicated work, calling for  complete control of the markets- at  home aud abroad.. Though the. operation had- to run the gantlet of savage  attacks by opposition politicians and  editors, it was iustautly successful.  Indeed, two syndicates were formed,  one in Loudon through the new house  of Jay Cooke, MeCulloch & Co. and tho  other by Jay. Cooke's firms in America.  The banker was warmly congratulated  .on the successful management of the  syndicate by President Grant and his  Modern' Oriental    Rulers   Who   Are  Fond of Polo and Horse Racing,  A small percentage of native princes, like Sir Pertab-Singh and the Maharajah of Kuch-Behar, have benefited  from their intercourse with Englishmen. They recognize the folly of buying horses and carriages for which  they have no use, and they draw the  line** at employing-undesirable persons as managers of their stables, rascals who starve tlie animals in their  charge by reselling* the "gram" to the  villain from whom it has been bought.  The down-to-date,' rajah, says Bailey's  Maeazine, sees that his harness-room  is clean and that everything is in proper place���family . heirlooms being  kept free .from dust and moths. The  horses 'are stabled under sanitary  conditions, and, if the potentate goes  in for racing or breeding, a qualified  veterinary surgeon is attached to the  stable staff-. '   '���'   '  ��� On the other hand, the, antiquated  ruler^'of dusky millions has no sympathy with such new fangled notions  as clean stalls and properly arranged  loose .boxes. He does not ask for sweet-  emelling stables, and the sight of a  well-groomed horse affords him. no  pleasure. Provided the easy-going Aryan can take the air in an old-fashioned and ��� cumbersome barouche,- drawn  by :a,. team of .mangy, long-tailed_  horses, whose shabby harness is resplendent in armorial devices, he is.  perfectly happy.  In''recent years the sporting rajah  has come to the front. The-late Maharajah of Patiala was a firstrate  horseman, and his keenness for polo  gained him admittance to circles -  which do not, as a rule, receive every  native with' open arms. His polo' ponies Vere the envy of'the'white players with whom he came into contact,  and ihe devoted the greater part of. his.  time to the game. He ran his horses  at, every important meeting in the  country, carrying off .his share of cups.  -- The Maharajah of' Kuch-Behar, too,  shines as a polo player .arid several  of the. younger generation can give a-  good' account of ' themselves across  country and after pig. Many natives,  by the way, invest in horses, which  are '.imported from" England, which  do t not always take kindly to the cli-  ���mate. - Though they thrive during the ���  cold -weather, in ,the hot weather they  sooi? tecome poor in condition unless  they -kre sent to a hill station:  A few -years' ago* the "old-time" ra  <ah.who had to go frC*n one part of hi?  property to* anotherwo'uld call for his  gaily-capraisoned elephant, and, surrounded by a* horde of .native flunkies,  make a triumphal journey to the hut.  of the. tenant whom he'proposed tc  rackrerit. Nowadays' his successor  mounts'a-horse-'and galloping there  and back between "chota-hazri" and  "tiffin."  nusn   tor   "l ranstormations."  Small fortunes are being reaped by  London hair dressers, owing to fashionable women's demand for "transformations," which apparently in simple English are hair pads. Men would  be surprised, said a Bond Street coiffeur, if they knew what a large number of women are now relying upon  false hair tc give them the appearance tiie present fashion demands  which is a very high coiffure. A girl  with her own hair dressed nicely if  rarely seen in fnshionuble circles nowadays. Kvi*n women nnd girls will  beautiful hnir pay willing from 5 t*  SO guineas for these transformation*-  Girls in their 'teens are -niite a  anxious fo*- them as their mothers.  A   FAMILY   MEDICINE  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills    the    One  Medicine Best Suited for the Whole  Household.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the  greatest blood-builder known to  medical science. -They never fail to  make rich, red blood���lots of-it���the  kind that brings health and strength  to the sufferer. They are .a family  medicine���good' for the grandmother  or grandfather, the mother or father  and for the growing children.5 Thousands have found new health-and  strength through the use of these  pills. As proof of their being a family medicine Mrs. Chas. Castonguay,  Michipicoten Eiver, Ont., says:  "My husband was ill for five months  and was unable to do any work. He  made several trips to' the Soo to  consult ��� doctors ' and' ��� > spent -'.-much  money on-_iedicine but nothing helped him���in fact he grew worse. He  could not eat much and .the little he  did eat. would not remain ��� on his  stomach. His stomach was" examined by X Rays and found to-be 'in'a  terribly inflamed condition.. After  remaining at the Soo for some time  under tlie doctor's care without finding relief he returned home discouraged and afraid he was going to die.  It was then Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  were recommended, and by the time  lie had taken nine boxes lie was perfectly wgll and able to go to work  again." Mrs. Castonguay continues:  "I have also used the Pills' for female troubles and found them a perfect medicine. My little one also  owes good health and a rosy" color to  them." . -   .-    .   . -  Dr.���Williams' Pink Pills cure all  the troubles due to ��� poor -blood cr  shattered nerves, such-as anaemia,  rheumatism, dyspepsia, neuralgia,  St. "Vitus dance, __ partial paralysis,  etc., simply because they make rich,  red, health-giving blood. Sold by all  medicine dealers or by mail at 50c a  .box or six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,' Brockville, Ont. ��� *  A MESSAGE FOR  PILE SUFFERERS  From Two Ladles Who Have Been Cured of Extremely  Torturing Cases of Piles by  Dr. Chase's Ointment  Mrs. Geo. H. Simser, Grant, Kussen  county, Ont.. writes: "Eleven years  ago I began to suffer from piles, and  as they caused keen distress, and became worse, I doctored for them, but  with little or no avail. Thoy were  bleeding, itching and protruding, and  oh! the torture I suffered at times can  never be described. It was with suffering that.the. bowels moved,, and, as  nothing brought relief, I could only  endure the misery with an aching  heart and without hope of cure.  "Finally a lady friend told me about  Chase's Ointment curing piles, and  to my surprise I felt relief at once on  using this ointment; the little tumors  soon disappeared, the ulcers liealed,  and the bowels became regular. This  was five years ago, and I have never  been troubled with this terrible ailment since, a thousand tluinks to Dr.  Chase's Ointment."  Mrs. Capt. Clinansmith, Salvation  Army, Essex, Ont., writes: "It is with  pleasure that I write to you in praise  of Dr. Chase's Ointment. Two years  ago I was taken with a severe attack  of  protruding  piles,   and  became, so  ��� bad that I had to keep my bed, and  could lie in no position except on my  stomach. Doctors could give me no  help, and the various oils and oint-  , ments used proved of no avail.  j "One Saturday night, when I. was,  suffering untold agony, my husband  went to the drug store for a box of  Dr. Chase's Ointment, which 1 had  heard  of  as  a   cure   foi   piles.    Al-  I though I had almost given up hope,  to the wonder of those around me I-  was able  to be up  and on  my feet *  by  Monday,  and have had  no difli-'  , culty  from  piles since.    As  a treat-*!  'ment for  all  kinds    of    sores    and  burns.   Dr.  Chase's   Ointment  works-!  like magic."  ' To persons * who have given upi  looking for a cure of piles or heiiior-4  rhoids, this letter should bring new*]  hope. There is, we believe, no more J  effective treatment for piles than Dr.  Chase's Ointment', 60 cents a box at!L  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &|  Co., Toronto.  Preparatory Treatment.  They told the youngster to soul, his  feet In n tub of salt water If lie wanted  to toughen them. lie soaked Ills  hands, too. with good results/ One  morning his father said he would whip  him on returning at noon. At noon  the father returned nnd found the  youngster sitting in a tub of water.  "What are you doing that for ?'.*.,he  demanded. .,     ���   _;',,    '***..  "Because," replied .the youngster,  "you said you were going to give me a  licking."���Judge's Library.' �����*��� *>   ���  AT  BRIDGE.  'ffiendiTof every rank, and it was believed that the achievement would immensely promote 'the success of the  Northern Pacific railroad, especially,  when lt was annouueed that, the  Cookes had made an alliance with the  Rothschilds for future funding operations.���Dr. Oberboltzer in Century.  "You disgusting old fool," she hissed,  turning upon him as she pulled the  big brass knocker on the door.  "I must have my answer tonight or  you know what will happen," he snarl- *  ed, but he felt in his heart that he had  lost through his eagerness.  She flew to Yetive's boudoir, consumed by rage'and mortification.. Between  sobs and feminiue maledictions she  poured the whole story, in all its ugliness, into the ears of the princess.  "Now, Yetlve, you have "to stand by  me in tills," announced tho narrator  ���conclusively, her eyes beaming hopefully through her tears.  "I cannot prevent General Marlanx  from preferring serious charges against  Baldos, dear. I know he was not In  your room last night. You did not  have to tell me that, because I saw  you both at the balcony rail." Beverly's face took on such a radiant look of  rejoicing that Yetive was amply paid  for the surprising and gratifying acknowledgment of a second period of  eavesdropping. "You may depend upon me to protect you from Marlanx.  JSa can mako it ven- unoleajumt Uo>  "Would lt'lnterest yon to know tnat  I saw everything that passed on the  balcony last night? You will allow  me to say, general, that yott have behaved ln a most outrageous manner ln  approaching my guest with.such fool  proposals. Stop, sir! Sbe has told me  everything, and I believe her. I believe my own eyes. There is no 'need  to discuss the matter further. You  have lost the right to be called a man.  For the present I have only to say that  you shall be relieved of the command  of my army. The man who makes  war on women ls not fit to serve one.  As. for Baldos, you are at liberty to  prefer the charges. He shall have a  fair trial, rest assured."  "Your highness, hear me,"- Implored  Marlanx, white to the roots of his hair.  "I.will hear what you have to say  when my husband ls at my side." *���   -  "I can but stand condemned, .then,  your highness, without a hearing.' My  vindication will come, however. With  your permission, I retire to contrive  the arrest of this spy. You may depose  me, but you cannot ask me-to neglect  my duty to Graustark. I have tried te  save him for Miss Calhoun's sake"���  But hei- hand was pointing tp tha door.  Tho  Owner and the   Visitor.  Ills house, the first he had ever,  owned, being nearly finished, the Flat-  bush man went forth oue One afternoon to inspect It. . As he entered the  front door he observed a well dressed  man standing within, apparently admiring the beauties of coustructlon and  decoration. In nn Instant the pride of  the owner swelled within hhu. Hero  was where he would make the visitor  verdant with envy and. Incidentally,  Intercept a few bouquets for himself.  Stepping up to the stranger, he remarked:  "It's a beautiful house, isn't It? It's  worth every cent of the investment  and a great dfcal more."  "You are right," replied the stranger.  "Yon are, I suppose"���  "Yes. I'm" the owner," Interrupted  the other, "and just. let me tell, you'  thnt there are not many men round  here who own as fine a house as this."  "I quite believe you," serenely answered the visitor.   "I'm the man, you  . see, who holds tlie first mortgage on  it."-  She still sits at bridge at* midnight-  As tho clocks aro striking the hour;  Nor thoughts of her home or her family  To move her have the power.  How.ofttvi, oh,  how often.  Summer and winter through,  , Has she sat thus at bridge at midnight-  Aye, sometimes till one and two;  And how often, oh, how often  Through the golden hours- of. day  Has. she'striven with others'like her  For purse or prize at playl  And forever and forever -  -^While lhis��fad-our-fair-land sweeps   Will she bridge the interval daily  T\yixt the time she wakes and sleeps  So, she aits still at bridge at midnight,  - And pride in her bosom stirs,   ���  For she holds the best score of a series  ''And the tournament trophy is hers!  -Caroline Mischka Roberts in New York  Life.       -___   llop LI had bought a cheap but "warranted" clock. At- the end of a week  he returned to the shop from which he  had procured his timepiece, with no  expression on his face, but with evident bewilderment of-mind.  "She go click, clack, click, clack! all  light, tree day," he announced to the  young .woman who waited on him. -"I  wind all light, saniee you sny. Nex'  two duy she go click, click���clack click!  click!���clack!  "I slake her up���so!���down���sol���  lound���so! no good. She stop click-  stop clack���only go when I slake.  "I say give ine one less slake, more  click, clack!"���Youth's Cnmramlnn  .He*Was the Third.  "Tie's, your first cousin," said Mrs  Dim ling to six-year-old Freddy, alluding to n new baby of whom Freddv  vns very fond.  "Oh, no," replied Freddy.' "I liar1  *wp '���onslni before he> jvns bnrn,"  '    -uU*:   Physiology.'  A "pupil In n school near Chatham  square,, New York city, thus defined  the word "spine:" "A spine Is a long,  limber bone. Your head sets on one  end, and you set on the other."  Hard to Suit.  "When your "mother-in-law fell Into  the water, why didn't you. help to get  her out?'-'  "My dear madam, you must know  that nothing I've ever don-5** has plposn''  ber!"���Judy.  ��� a bottle of  Fellows'keating's  7-/Essence'  For Lameness ia Korsc3  Only 60c a bot_.�����and saves  dollars worth of time by curing  lameness of every description, I  At dealers, or from ia     |  National Drug A Chamlcal Co*, Limited, jl  c'T'li 'wager Nell will" not give herself away this summer the way she  did last."  *���  !*How was that?"  "She and Dick had their heads together so much" that Nell got freckles  on only one side ot h-ar face."���Detroit Free Press.  The Bishop[s Story.  -  Bishop Sanford Olmsted of Colorad'   ���.  at a dinner hi Denver, said apropos <   I  Sabbath breaking:*' ~' "    '"  "I was talking to an eastern clevg.5  man tlie other day about his church.a-  tendance.  " 'I suppose,' I said, 'that ln > you  district rain affects the attendance con  slderably.' * '  "He smiled faintly. 'Indeed, yes.* In  said. '1 hardly have a vacaut sea-  when It-Is-too wet for golf or motoi  Ing."'        .. ��� -       -  How Ho Helped.  Bertha Bruuett���Such a horrid dre.in*.  il had last night."   i Imagined an nngr*'-  .cow chased me, .and just as the horrit'5  thing was about to overtake me the���  ���,   Billy Blond���The hero, uieauiug me  rushed to the rescue?  Bertha - Brunett���No; the  fence - you'  were trying to scale broke down" aiid  ,��� aud I woke up.���Iloustou Post.   ���     '  A Worse Fault  "Perhaps - you father objects to m$  on account of my shortcomings."  "No; I think it's on account cl  your late staying."���Pick Me Up.  No   person   should   go   from   home  without   a   bottle of Dr. J. D. Kell  logg's   Dysentery   Cordial    in     theirfl  possession, as change of water, cook-T  ing,  climate;  etc.,  frequently   brings!  on summer  complaint,  and  there  isf  nothing like being ready with a sure  remedy at hand, - which    oftentimes!  slaves great suffering and frequently  valuable-   lives.   -This    Cordial   .has1!  gained for itself a widespiead repu-1  tation    for    affording    prompt relief]  *.'rom all summer complaints.  - Woodrow Wilson, president of!  Princeton, was deploring the promis-f  cuous giving of honorary degrees.     L  "Our universities have learned oh  late," lie said, "to distribute honoi-J  ary degrees judiciously. - But in the!  past���" " *  He smiled. ^       ,  "Well, in the past I met an un-,  couth person at a dinner, and, being!  told by an acquaintance that he'had j  three-degrees, I asked'why it was.    *  "'Well,' said my friend, 'the thirdJ  was given him because he had two.l  the second because he had one, and'  the first because he had none.'  Providence Journal. .,.  ENGLISH SPAVIN' LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft ar calloused slumps and blemishes, from horses, blood spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, Sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore  and swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by  use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful  Blemish   Cure  ever known.  . The animal trainer having been  taken suddenly ill, -his wife reported  for- duty in his stead.  "Have you ever had-any experience  in this line?" asked the' owner of  the circus and menagerie, with some  doubt.  . , -   _       ,  "Not just exactly in this'line," she  said, "but my husband manages the  beasts all right,' doesn't he?"  _"He certainly does."  _  "Well, you ought to seo how easily  I can manage him."���Chicago Tribune.  Rickshaws and Dandies.  In  the  mountain  districts  of  Indii.  the   principal'- vehicles   of pnssenget  conveyance nre the rickshaw and tin  dandy,  .with   which   ttudynrd   Kipling  has made us familiar.   The rickshaw  's   pushed   nnd * pulled    through' th��5  streets and on  the rpnds  leading oui  '���nlo the country by. foilr coolies, and  .he  dandy   is   carried   on   tbe, sb'nul  iers or four and sometimes six coolieb  Saddle ponies are also'used to sou'ie ex-  :ont. but most of the^lnhahltiints nun  inlte all visitors use, the rickshaw and  Inndy.    The latter .Is constructed on  lie plan of n sleigh box, but longer.  A  iole is nttnehc-d fore and aft, which Is  :ong enough to give a springy motion  ���/hen' the coolies nre walking and trot-  ing.   A cros-'plece rests on the shoul-  lers of tho coones? nud Is shifted now  .md than from one shoulder to the'oth-  ���.*r for rest.    B.v ��� the command of the  cooly In charge this, shift.ls made'.sl-  ���uullaui'ousl.v.  . Minard's   Liniment,   Lumberman's  55 Friend  I "This, straw," said tlie hatter,   'is j  really better  tlmn    a    Panama,  and,  it's' particularly suited   to.- a   short  man."  "What's   the   price   .of it?" asked,*  Sawdoff.     ��� .;  "Twelve  dollars."  "Not  much!    That  hat won't  do.  my friend, for n man as short as  \-\  am."���Philadelphia..Press. ���  "I'want'tb talk to'you, Mary, aboutJ  that young man of yours," said her;  father. _ "When    did   he say    'goodnight' to you last evening?"  "At 10 o'clock," replied   the  -fair  girl...  '  "What     Why, it was 1 o'clock, atJ  least." ,]  "Oh, that was when he finished!  saying ..���* it."���Philadelphia Public}  Ledger.  METALLIC ROOFING C?  ^.^Wi r_ im.! pr & -^yK^  THE  Minard's Liniment Used by Physicians  That's What Makes Him Mad.  "Why nre you always quarreling  with your wife?"  "She Is always arguing with me."  "But you need not get angry; just  explain to her ln a calm, gentle tone  of voice wherein she Is wrong."  "But she Is never wrong."���Houston  Tost  Farming.  Nothing will take the various social!  distempers which the city -and &iLm��-  clul life breed out of n man like fprrw-  Ing, like direct nnd loving contact with  the- soil. It draws out the poison.���*  John Burroughs.  filgrims and Puritans.  The pilgrims, or. us they nre often  called, the "pilgrim fathers," were  the seventy-four men and the twenty-  eight women, members of tho John  Robinson's church, who sailed ln the  Mayflower from Leyden to North  America and landed at Plymouth Rock,  where they founded a colony Dec. 25,  1020. The Puritans were the English*  nonconformists who came over later,  the name being given to them on account of their supposed great purity  of doctrine".  U(V. mid disciDllne.  Our warm air heat producer for churches and large  public buildings, possesses a very important feature  in the fact that it has two air courses���the air travels up  through both the inner and outer castings.    All products  of combustion  ���nd completely  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Boys'  Camp,- lield at Tusket Falls in August, I. found MINARD'S LINIMENT  most' beneficial for sunburn, an im-  I "mediate :relief for- colic and toothache. ' '"..":���"' :  - ���_...��� ALFRED STOKES,     .-'  ' "       '  General Secretary.  At dealers, or irom  l National Drue A Chamlcal O  V,      '0=u     ^f  W.    N.    U.    No.   643  come in direct; contact with  surround the hot air columns,  thus making the largest amount  of .heating surface to every  square foot of grate surface  ever achieved in a warm air  heater. The flue construction admits of heat being  forced direct to the' most  distant and .most exposed  part of the building to be  warmed. 107  Write for catalogue  THE RECORD F0UKDRY& MACHIME CO.  Sales Branches at.MONCTON, N.B.; MONTREAL, P.Q.; TO-  RONTOr_ONT.; WINNIPEG, M.��.N.; CALGARY, ALTA. and  VANCOUVER,   B.C:  FOR BREAKFAST OR LUNCHEON HOUSEKEEPERS FIND A REAL SUPPORT IN  Village Constable (to villager who  had been knocked down by passing  motor cyclist)���You didn't see the  number, but could you swear to the  man?  Villager���I did; but I don't think  '-* 'eard roe.���Tit-Bits.  It is the wholesome Shredded Wheat Wafer. Displaces ordinary  white bread or crackers, because of its superior nutritive qualities, whether served with soup as a crouton, with cheese, preserves, cocoa or ohocolate, or toasted, with butter.  Try BISCUIT for Breakfast; TRISCUIT for Luncheon  All Grocers. , 13c a Carton; 2 for 29w.  x >������ i Y*.,ff.-^;**->5?-<��  THE LEADER, MOYIE,:fiRITISH COLUMBIA.  '���' L7 m 7,2/$  7 r"7 ''"%;"''"'  '   Y  .''"'.Y"Y?  No   Intent to  Kill  Tho most popular man in a Nevada town got into difficulty with ii  disreputable tough���for a long time  the terror of the place���and proceeded to "do him up" in a manner  entirely satisfactory to the community at large. "It becoming necessary,  however, to vindicate the majesty cl  the law, the offender was brought  up for trial on the charge of-assault  with intent to kjjl. When the.jury  had been out about two minutes they  returned.  "Well, gentlemen of the jury,"  asked the judge in a familiar, offhand way, "what have you to say0"  "If it pleases the court," iespondsd  the foreman, "we, the jury, find that  the prisoner is not guilty of strikin'  with intent to-7 kill, but simply to  paralyze, and -he done it."���New .Orleans  Picayune. ,  -  For the Overworked���What are  the causes of despondency and melancholy? A disordered liver is one  cause and a prime one. A disordered  liver means a disordered stomach,  and a disordered, stomach means  disturbance of the nervous system.  This brings the whole body into subjection and the victim feels sick all  over. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are  a recognized remedy in this state  and relief will follow their use.  The Club Woman���You have no  mind of your own, you microbe!  You're merely one of those persons  who  think  they  think.  Only Her Husband���You flatter  me, dear; I often fancy . that I  imagine I only suspect I think !-���  Puck.  THE  WAY TO THE  WEST  to the East and to t!.e South,is via  tha Canadian Northern Railway.  -Through daily trains between Edmonton, Winnipeg and St. - Paul.  Dining and Sleeping Car services  are unexcelled. Compartment Library. Obsoi vation cars between  Winnipeg and St. Paul. -Have you  Been the great Saskatchewan Valley  with ila fertile farm lands? If not,  let us suggest a trip out there this  summer. Any agent, will be pleased  to furnish information, or write C.  W. Cooper, Asst. General Passenger  Agent, Winnipeg.  ���   "See here!" cried the boy's father,  "if you don't -behave I'll whip you."  "I wisht you would," replied the  bad boy.  ��� "You do, eh?"  ���\ "Yes, 'cause when it's all over ma  will gimme some candy."���Philadelphia Press.  ��� "   $100 REWARD $100.  ' .Ths reader, ot thla paper will be pleased to lean  that there 1> at least one dreaded disease that science  has been able to oure ln all lta.stages, and that 1*  Catarrh. Hall's Oatarrh Oure la tho only posltlre  eure now known to tho medical fraternity. Ootarrh  being a conutitutlonal disease, requires ��� constitutional treatment. Ilall's Catarrh Dure la taken internally, actinic direotly on the blood and maoous  aurfsoos ot the system, thoreby destroying the foundation of tho dl��ecu>e, and girlnB the patient strength  by BuKdlnr np the constitution nnd assisting nature  In doing, its work, The proprietors have so much  talth in its ourntlvb powers that thoy offer One Hun;  dred Dollars for any oase that It falls to oure. Send  forlistof testimonials.        .     i.5 . '. *  Address:     ���'_ ' J. J. CHENEY 4 Co.. Toledo. 0.,  Sold by druggists tie. i  Sake Hall's Family Pills for eonstlpaUoa.  INK THAT NEVER  DRIES.  Care Used In Handling Fine Etching*  and Engravings.  "One of the first things we have to  impress upon newcomers ln this business." remarked a dealer in fine prints,  "is to take tbe ntmost care lu handling  prints for the simple reason that the  Ink used In printing engravings and  etchings" practically uever dries. .Of  all the men 'whose works*In this line  we handle it can he safely said that  on the prints of only two, of them���  Rembrnndt and Durer���lias the Ink  really dried. Aud you know it is a  long time since they were alive. It  lias' been our frequent experience to  have prints fully 200 years old, show  signs that the Ink still had "some moisture in It, as we have learned to our  cost ln seeing them rubbed.  "Au expert, whether he be a professional *or amateur collector, can tell at  a glance that a print has had another  one pulled across It, for to his accustomed e.v<s the telltale marks of the  Ink having been drawn across a blank  plnce on the paper are as clear as daylight. Thut Is why we keep nil of our  prints,In boxes that just fit them so  that they must be lifted out squarely  with no chance of their being dragged  across the one below. It seems like a  "trifle. But It ls Just such trifles tint  make or mar the sale of a really fine  print worth thousands of dollars."���  New York Press.  A  CORDIAL  NATURE.  - Mrs.      Startuppe���Ah,      professor!  And how is my daughter getting on  with her music?    Do'you th'ink she  - will ever become a* great" singer?  Professor���Madam,- it is very hard  to say.      ���     .-,,��....    , ( -   ---  -.*��� Mrs".    Startuppe���But ' surely * she  possesses some 'of the qnalification5-?  Professor���Ach! ��� Yes, madam; she  -has a mouth.���Philadelphia Inquirer.  KEEP  BABY WELL  Ask any mother who has used  .Baby's Own ..Tablets . and she will  -tell you there/is- no1-other medicine  so good. -'We-pledge" you .our word  'there-is no other medicine so. safe���  "we give you the guarantee of a government analyst that Baby's -Own  Tablets contain no opiate or poisonous soothing stuff. The Tablets  speedily relieve and cure vail-the  .minor ailments of babies and young  children. Mrs. L. F. Kerr, Green-  bush, Ont., says:' "Baby's Own Tablets, are the best all round medicine  ior. babies-and children I know of.  ,1 - can strongly. recommend them to  mothers, from my own experience. '  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents; a box from The Dr.  Williams Medicine- Co'.', Brockville,  Ont.  She���You never take your cigarette  out of your mouth. ���- Is there something nice at the end of it?  ,- He���Yes,   my-dear;   myself.���Flie-  gende. Blaetter.  You cannot be happy while you  have corns. Then do not delay in  getting a bottle* of Holloway's Corn  Cure. It removes all kinds of corns  without pain. Failure with it is un-  "known..  Y.���Yoii "know, I told you a few  days after he employed me that he  said he'd raise my wages in a month  or so?  ' Z.���Yes; and didn't he?  .. "No. I misunderstood him. He  meant he'd try and rajse my first  week's wages by that time. T  haven't had a shilling yet.",���Tit-  Bits.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the House  Influential members of the reich-  stag^lmve launched a movement to  make Alsace-Lorraine (France's lost  provinces) a grand ��� 'duchy, and to  place the kaiser's second son, Prince  Eitel Friedrich, on the throne as the  first reigning grand duke.  OiirNew  Hair Vigor  Ayer's Hair Vigor was.good,  the best that was made. But  Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula, is better. It  is the one great specific for falling hair. A new preparation In  every way.' ftew bottle.' New  contents. Ask your druggist to  show it to you, "the new kind.'*  Poet not change the color of the hair.  yers  J*en>ula with eaofc battle  " O     Show lt ta 555var  ���*������ dootej  Ash Mm abont lt,  than de aa he saya  If  It  Is  Not  Yours,  Do Your  Best to  Acquire It.    ^  The cultivation, of cordiality and popularity early in life will have a great  deal to do with one's advancement,  comfort and happiness.  it'ls a mortifying'thing to have a  kindly feeling In the 'depths of one's  heart and yet not be able to express lt,  to repel people-when one has Just the  opposite feeling toward them. To be  incased lri an icy exterior with a really  warm heart ls a most unfortunate  thing..  Some people have a repelHng e'xpres  sion in their, faces and .manner whicf  Is a constant embarrassment to, them,  but they do not seem able to-overcom-?  it This is largely due to a lack of  early training or to the fact that sometimes- these people have .been reared  ln the country, away from the 'great  centers of civilization,, where they do  not have the advantages of social intercourse, and In consequence become  cold nnd appear unsympathetic when  they are really the opposite. .    ^  It is a very diflicult thing to),over-  come these handicaps, but the cultivation of good will, of a helpful spirit and  kindly feeling toward everybody will  go far to open up the hard exterior so  that the soul can express itself.���Success "Magazine. ...     /    "  Underwear   made-to-order,   for   you couldn't  pouibly excel  in  fit nor equal  in value  Pen-Angle  Underwear  Can't shrink nor stretch por bind nor bulge; out-  . lasts other kinds; and is sold with a guarantee  'that insures you against any possible fault.  Trade-marked like this  in red us tiref sign of  value. Made in many  fabrics and styles, at f^,  various prices, in form-  fitting sizes for women,  men and children."  STONES OF OTTAWA.  He Had It  A farmer tells of a conversation o  chanced to hear between a boy and  a -Christian Scientist, who came  across the lad sitting under an apple  tree doubled up with pain. "My  little man," the Scientist said,  ''vhat is the matter?" "I ate some  green apples, and, oh! how I ache."  "You don't ache;,you only think so."  'ihe boy looked up, saying:, "But  I've got inside information, sir." -  Help your children to grow strong  and robust by counteracting anything that causes ill health. One  great cause of disease in children is  worms. Remove them with Mother.  Graves' Worm Exterminator. lt  never fails.  Harry, a bright youngster, was  told by his mother that ��� she would  give him five cents for a dozen pins  he rescued from the floors, thus preventing her year-old babe,. who was  just beginning to crawl, from finding  thein*. .    '.  "What will you do with the money  when you earn it, Harry?" he was  asked by a neighbor. ���  "With the first . five cents," said  Harry, promptly, "I'll buy a paper  of pins and ��� scatter them all. over  the house."���Harper's, Weekly.. "  Ask' for  Minard's and Take  no Other  A"-bluejacket three sheet's'in ..the  wind was .creating a big .disturbance  on* shore, and it was only-after the  sixth, policeman had arrived; on the  scene'that'he was overpowered"'and  handcuffed���the six -afterward escorting him"'on board his ship. .Saluting  the officer of the watch as best ne  could, he reported:  "Brought shix phlicemen 'board,  shir."  "You mean they brought you tn  board."   ���- -  -."Beg to differ, shir. I* brought  them, shir���I surrounded them, shir."  ���Illustrated Bits.  The Horse's Ancestors.' ���"-  Lovers of horses may he delighted  with the distinguished genealogy which  geologists have completed for that favored animal. ���'��� At least the. names of  the horse's ancestors look very distinguished. .Here ls the list, with the geological eras lu which each.lived, as arranged by Professor W. N. Rice: The  line of descent begins ,with Hyrncotlie-  rium'nnd Eohippus of the'lower eocene  age. Then follow Frotorohlppns and  Orohippus of the middleNeocene: Epi-  hippus of the upper eocene; Mesohip-  pus of the.ollgocene; Anchitheriuin of  the.lower raiocene; Parahippus, Proto-  hippus and Pliohippus of the middle  and upper miocene, and finally Equus  of the pliocene and the quaternary,  from' which the modern horse directly  descends, nippnrlon and Hippldium  represented ancleut side branches that  died without descendants.  More Laughter, Less Suicides.  .. The physiological benefits of laughter  cannot be overestimated. It shakes up  the diaphragm, sets the pulses beating  to a lively measure, stimulates the  blood corpuscles, enlivens, the brain  and sometini->s produces dislocation of  the^jaw when indulged in too heartily  by a man with a large mouth. Used  with discretion, laughter Is as Inspir-  lng-as-a rsea-breeze,���as-refreshlng-as  an August shower. Its moral effect Is  beyond computation. It has killed  more ridiculous superstitions by its  rollicking roars 'of unbelief than any  other agency. What can be more derisive than a laugh? The man who  laughs never kills himself.���Exchange.  Living Up to His Name.  A teacher in a mission school in Boston had among her pupils a colored  boy' named Ralph Waldo Emerson  Longfellow. As he was absent one  Sunday, she asked the class if any oue  knew the reason for his absence.  "I reckon I do," *-*aid one small, serious looking boy.  "What is the reason, Johnnie?"  "I guess he's-home writing poetry,"  responded the boy, with a delighted  Chuckle.���Youth's Companion.  As we now make our new. Hair Vigor it  does not have the slightest effect upon  the color of the hair. You may use it  freely and for any length of time without fear of changing the color. Stops  falling hair. Cures dandruff.  ���-_eSotytt��J.O.A^>iO��MlCTreU._Mi.5--'  THE SACRED  CODFISH.  Famous    Emblem- That .Adorns   the  Massachusetts Statehouse.  A codfish carved lu .'wood hangs on  the white mahogany wall of the Massachusetts hall of representatives In tlie  statehouse in Boston. Between two  classic pillars it occupies a place of  honor, directly opposite the desk of  the presiding officer. This wooden fish  is the renowned original sacred codfish  of the. Old 'Colony, and k'has assisted  at the deliberations of the lawmakers  of Massachusetts for more than a een  tury and a'half; gathering sanctity yeni  by year. It Is a relic of tlie old build  iiig which preceded the present state  house. anJ great is the dignity of thi-  souvenir of colonial art and industry.  The following account of its_ origli  Is given in a Boston paper:  "Captain John Welch of Boston wa'  the creator and carver of tbe celebral  ed fish. *He wus a'wood carver of re  now-n 'for ,his time and ln 1747* estab  Iished hi3 business |n Dock square. He  belonged to the Ancient and Honorable  Artillery company and afterward b"  came its captain: He was called upoi  to contribute to the decoration of the  colonial nssembly hall, and as nt that  period codfish was the colony's main  artlele of export Captain Welch con  ceived the iden of Immortalizing the  king fish of the Massachusetts waters  When completed the carving wns finished off iind colored so ns to be a fac  simile of life and was hung on the  .wall of the assembly hall."  They Are" Not Violent in Action-  Some persons, when they wish to  cleanse the stomach, resort to Epsom* and other purgative salts. These  are speedy in their action,- but serve  no.permanent good. Their use-produces incipient chills, and if persisted in they injure the stomach.  Nor do* they act upon the intestines  in a beneficial way. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills answer ' all purposes  in this respect, and have no superior.  "Bill, old boy," said, the prisoner  to the judge, "I want you to pay particular attention while I'm a-making  of this here statement."  "Don't address the court as 'Bill,'  sir,' said the justice, "or I'll fine you  for contempt."  '"That's-all right, William," replied  the prisoner; "we wuz growed up together an' I reckon you feel as dignified as a alligator on a log in a  millpond up thar, but ef you decide  this case, agin me, heaven help you  when I ketch you in the' middle o'  the road. Go on with your' proceedings."���Atlanta Constitution.  The World Is Full of Pain���The  aches and pains that afflict humanity are many and constant, arising from a* multitude of indistinguishable causes, but in the mam  owing'to man's negligence in taking  care-of-his-health���Dr.-Thomas���Eclectric Oil was the outcome of a universal cry for some specific which  would speedily relieve pain, and it  has filled its mission to a remarkable degree.  Doubtless Prince Fushimi of Japan  made the acquaintance of Highland  pipers in the course of his visit to  Scotland. It is recalled that Lord  John - Bussell, when on a visit to  Queen Victoria at Balmoral, askel  Her Majesty's " own piper to have  someone, play in his presence.  "What kind of piper do you want?"  asked-the man.  "Just such another as yourself,"  said the English statesman. ���  Drawing himself up, the musician  said, grandly: "There's plenty o'  lords like yoursel', but very few  pipers like me."���Cleveland Leader.  Itch, Manse, Frairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by   Wolford's   Sanitary   Lotion.  A prominent American politician  relates the following story: "Once,"  he says, "I told three negroes that  I'd give a big turkey to the one  who'd give the best reason for his  being a Republican.  "The first one said: I'se a 'Publican kase de 'Publicans sot we colored  folks free.'  "-'Very good, Pete,' said I. 'Now,  Bill, let me hear from you.'  " 'Well, I'se a 'Publican kase dey' le  gib us a pertective tariff.'  .. " 'Fine!' I exclaimed.    'Now, Sam,  what have you to say?'  "'Boss,' said Sam, 'I'se a publican kase I wants dat turkey.'"  "V5v\\  ;!*YYY:"Yj"y;;  Gothic ' Pil**    On     Parliament    Hill  "Frozen and Austere."  Mr. Wi'Ilnd Campbell, in his' new  prose work, eloquently described  many Canadian sce'nes, in rich word  pictures. The Maritime Provinces he  speaks of as a ."region of much sea-  line, of. bold, rugged shores, noblt,  mo'T'iins. and va'st sea marshes. It  is a region teeming1 with history and  legend." The persoriality and achievements of Howe and Haliburton come  in for unstinted laudation. The at-  trpMionp of French Canada receive a  just meed of praise. "There is a charm,  a"- quaintnes's/.nn artiptic quality, a  real loye)- of, life and its happiness  among her peoDle which seems sadly  wartinc elsewhere, jupon this continent." Iii the chapter upon Montreal however, the author relets the  isolation, and the character of the  education of the French-Canadians  Ottawa, the canital. has prompted  Mr. - Campbell to some of his best  'dpccr-in'ive writine and most enthusiastic  sentences.  Worthy of Preservation.  He believes the stones of Ottawa are  no less worthy of preservation in literature than were the stones of Venice which Ruskin has preserved for  posterity. The magnificent Gothic pile  on Parliament Hill is described a*  seen *rom many points: -,      .   -  "The main- building,-", npproached  from the front on . a- bright.; winter  night, has * been much admired. It  seems to stand out on its crest of hill  like a dream in stone, frozen nnd austere as, the Canadian winter night itself. And yet thi5*) building is as much  a part of the old world ns any edifice  in mediaeval-built Europe.  "Perha*��K the loveliest view to be got  o* this building is by approaching it  from the front, in, one of those still  winter evenings, when the sun has  set to the went of the Gatinean Halls.*  "T'7 *.V,.P Pnff''nrl and orange afterglow  still lirieers nlonjs: the ridce of the wep  tern sky. Here in the steely eveninp  the "stately building, its windows  ali"M.,Jnom5* with its pinnacles and  towers like 'Aladdin's palace "or a"*cry-.  stallized fnirv dream.  Dslicnte Tracery.''  Behind the shadowy outlines at the  western " nnd * the trees,''denuded of  their verdure, stand a delicately pen-  ciiw tracer*' nirainSt the exquisite  b1-55- and eold of the winter evening,  and'far. ab'ovo'and-"over the edge" of  the horizon burn out steadfast and  b>-;<-.i,'  the -wintry stars."  "T.im Pinnr-Min Season-* and Woods"  h��- -i-ioTv'red some excellent writine.  ''Nowhere else- in the "whole world  aro the van'on-? seasons of the wheeling vear more beautiful and distinctive than in Canada'."  "When the hei*?ht*' of the midsummer ti nn.-j��pd thnn hesins, to my  mind.^the ^rnoo.f delightful season of  tho v'-olp venr���the' rich, rine dn-**?  with the*.c*>nlY d"en-boKomedv heaven  n* ��%��� v-on'i-'-iiT pio-h'ts. Tt is now iht>'  or.o ny.-r>-i.Q V>oiricr mit of dnorp by fie'd  wnod "or" water.'*Tn -these d.ivs the  whole of,, onr Pnnndian wo**ld put*  on a veil'-"���*>* i-Miphtfid slamour.  A Silence and Peace.  "Over,the^ countryside, there rests a  silence and a''peace that is at once  glad und .mournful. All nature seems  in, a mood of "quiet contemplation. Tt  is the ..time^ of ^ the year when men  should" forsake'desk'and counter and  th sordid cares of the busy street,  and get out" of doors' away, alone, in  some deep, cool wood, or by, some  wide water; -'when'* they* should" ge'f  away,-for a time, where the chains oi  care cannot, clank,-where, they- may  measure the" petty strife 'arid the  shrivelled ambition in the light of  Ihe! vast spaces and the eternal silence. This*is the truest, medicine, the  be.=t specific for the average,life-jaded,  toil-ridden man."  Walking -to 'Canada.  Two little girls, who were found recently by Monmouthshiie collier on  the road near Tredegar-in a distressed  condition, told a remarkable story to  the police. Their names are Elizabeth and Elsie Taylor, aged 11 and 9  years respectively, and they said they  had tramped from Biomyard in Here-  forshire, a distance of. about 70 miles.  According to their .statement, their  mother being dead, and their father'  having deserted them, they set out  eight days ago with their brother,  aged 15, with the intention of going  to Rhymney,- -where -they, believed  they had an aunt living,' and" with  the-further-idea-of-.being-forwarded-  to another aunt in Canada. They had  lost the company of their brother at  Rhymney Bridge, and then, it seemed,  got off their course on a road which  would have-taken them to Newport.  Their brother appeared to have foraged for them on the way, and their  pilgrimaee had not occasioned inquiry till' cold, hungry, and travel-  stained they were found crying by  the roadside.  RAISING  CHURCH  FUNDS.  The Kaffirs Mix In a Lot of Fun With  Their Generosity.  The gentle Kailir when he does be  come Christianized has his own idea.*  of thu best method of raising funds  for the support of the "cause." From  the subjoined description of a native  meeting sent home by a missionary U  would appear that native generosity  although of a rough and tumble char  ucter. Is distinctly productive of ways  and means:  "Recently 1 attended a native tea  meeting, at which more than ��12 was  raised by this .very poor congregation.  Their way of doing it was characteristic aud amusing. They paid 2 shillings  to sit down to tea.r Then some one  would pay 8 shillings for .such and  such a man to be required to get up  again aud leave the table. The man  thus assailed would pay 3s. Gd. for  leave to sit down again. There was a  special table nt which six could sit.  paying nn extra shilling each for the  privilege. They had just got seated  when a man paid 7 shillings to clear  them out. an'd tbey paid another 8 shillings to sit on, and so it went on.. They  arrange nil this themselves, and tliis is  their way of giving to the cause. One.  man had a tin of sirup. ' He said he  would pay 2 shillings to pour it over  another man's head "who had got himself up well in a large collar, etc.; this  man paid 3 shillings to be let off, the  first man 4 shillings again to do.it, the  other R shillings to escape, the'first 6  shillings to do It���and did*it,' and, oh,  the laughter and the mess!"  ��� /.  ' FAMMS .StEUfH" filTIRES.  Had Many Exciting Adventures During His War Against Criminals.  After twenty-six years' exciting service at' Scotland Yard Detective-Sergeant Thomas Gregory, known as Gentleman Tom," has just retired on a  full pension. In his time Gregory arrested many notorious criminals. He  captured a. gang known as '.he  "Cabinet of Crime," and under whose  guidance all big robberies were carried out. Gregory was gifted with' a  facility for disguising and he appeared in many strange characters. In order,to enter and raid a club in Soho  he was given the task of gaining admittance,, to the premises. At an ap  pointed time, dressed as a -poor old  man, i he was lurching up against the  door, laden with a basket of groundsel. The doorkeeper, a pugilist, knocked him over into the road, but this  gave the waiting officers an opportunity, of getting inside and effecting their  mission. In order to keep 'observation  on certain . houses Gregory .often  adopted the role of a pavement artist.  One summer, for weeks he might have  been seen daily outside tlie Genera]  Postoflice as a boot-cleaner, and  eventually he brought- off the arrest  of a gang. Obtaining the position of  valet to a wealthy coiner, who kept  a mansion in Westminster, Gregory,  with . other officers, contrived a big  coup, four confederates being sent to  penal 'servitude'. Yet Gregory himself  did not escape arrest. Once while  lounging about Portland place dressed  in rags he was arrested and taken to  Marylebone Police Station as a vagrant. A Bond street capture is quite  ,a dramatic little story. One morning  Gregory "noticed in" Bond street a landau'stop outside a jeweler's "-shop. A  .woman dressed in the height of fashion alighted and looked into the window. She somehow attracted the detective's attention, ahd was seen to  drop her parasol through the-grating  under the window. The shop assistants noticed her-trouble and came out  to help her recover the article. No  -*oonor had thev -left the shop than  two "swells" entered and proceeded  to fill their pockets with jewelery.  The. detective got assistance and arrested all three, who turned out to be  old convicts.  ITS SUPERIORITY  '- 5 i'-5*  Over Japan Tea. Is so pronounoed that        Lm  tea oritsos have nothing but praise for  it on a teapot Infusion..  . ���, , Y ,   yt 77':Lq  Y3***  LBAO  GREEN TEA  Every leaf la unoelored, undootored and off virgin purity  D PAOKBTS ONLY.        400, BOo aw) BOo Par Lk.       AT ALL OROOI  BROOMS.  His Opportunity.  Ardent Swain (to object of his affec  tion)���For several weeks past I have  been trying to speak to you, Misi  Rosa, but you never gave me tht  chance of putting in a word. I therefore gladly avail myself of your temporary hoarseness to moke you i)  offer of marriage. ..  British   Briefs.  There are 30,000 people in England  who have lost one or both legs.  At the last census there were only  two widows, under seventeen in England.     -   ' '    . -  London's annual meat ration is over  400,000 tons, and the , fish course  weighs over 200,000 tons.  There is talk in England of celebrating the bicentenary of the birth of  Charles Wesley, which occurred Dec.  18, 1707. " '  The Dreadnought has four screws  ahd two 'rudders. Owing to the simplicity- of her turbine 'engines she carries fewer,men than other large battleships. * *  -.Scotland during-the last ten years  has grown wealthy, in business more'  rapidly than has England, tho rates  of increase being 50 per cent in Scotland and only 41 per cent in England.  Sunday Night Lunches.  l'lii* Sunday night lunch should be a  ���simple ineal which requires but little  time or work. Oue family always  serves it during ��� the warm summei  months on a pleasant, screened porch.  Circular nickel trays, with u fringed  nnpi-iti on, are passed, which saves set  ting a table Sandwiches, olives, fresh  uoouies or cake, with ice cream, lemonade or other fruit juice, coustitutes the  customary meal, with occasionally the  addition of a salad.  There is always such a variety of  sandwiches to choose from that they  need uever become monotonous.  Chopped celery added to a ,;a)n<l  dressing makes a mo.it appetizing Ailing; also lettuce, peanut butter, chopped nuts with salad dressing and orange marmalade. Cold meat run  through a meat chopper and seasoned  Is a good filling.  Sometimes olives or sweet cucumDer  plcklei are chopped fine and added to  tne meat (chicken, ham. tongue or  lamb), with enough salad dressing to  spread easily.  Fruit salad with crisp wafers makes  a ple9slu*r lunch Pineapples and apri-  '���ofs. apples, bananas and celery, or-  angi'-a or grapes, with celery and. nnlH  ire nlfldFe^foFHiTlnds]  Where tho Relief Would Be.  Dr. Story, the late principal of Glas  gow university, taking a holiday Iu the  country once, was met by the minister  of the district who remarked: "Hello,  principal! You here? Why, you must  come nnd relieve me for a day." Tho  principal replied, "I don't prdmise to  relieve you. 'but I might relieve your  congregation."  Coming and Going.  "What kick have you ngalnst KW-  riedlife?"  "Well, If I don't keep my wife dressed In the height of fashion I have trouble with her. and If I do keep her  dressed in the height of fashion! have  trouble with ber dressmaker."  /  Her Loss.  <-��inavs���Edith Is so sorry she took  Herbert's ring back to prlce.lt. rene-  lope���Why so? Gladys���Why. tho jew-  eler said seeing Herbert hadn't been  In to settle for It. as he promised,-he  guessed he'd keen it.  99.90# P��f e  ���That's what makes  .st "  Baking Powder  so satisfactory. It is the purest  Cream of Tartar Baking Powder  that Science can moke.  Send for our free Cook-Book���  full of choice new recipes.  National Drus & Chemical Co.  of Canada, Wrnlted, Montreal.  WHEN A L|M^5 ARRIVES.  Scenes  ot' Bustle  and   Excitement At  Montreal' Wharves.   -  Vi ..on the big, boat comes" near, the  bulk, to the seeming of the man on  the wharf, becomes.monstrous.  The pnsspiipcrs are crowded on tho  decks. Each class has its own q'uar-  t. **-��� even a common experience,  a common peril."does not break down  the rigidity of caste, which in Britain  is deemed to be the foundation of so-  ch.l order.  'It is.a cheery.sight, on a bright afternoon. On the upper and second  decks the passengers are looking to-  does not expect emotion in a first-  class-passenger, but the second cabin  may be allowed to flutter its handkerchief a-little in greeting to friends  on jhore. ���. -  For while the steerage passengers,  ���vho are landed at Quebec, and come  "i bv train, have no friends to greet  thf-m���v'-inh ,-q trenerally the case,  indnp^���there "Perns to be a law by  which prosperity extorts the ready  respect:  "To him thxt hnth shall be' given,"  ���fri   id" on. the distant shore.  Passengers Troop Ashore.  The gangways are out, and the passengers troop down them. ���,   5'  What confusion! What gasps",of  nc(o-i*��hm->rt. For the sheds a're'in 'a  terrible litter. At the moment of this  particular experience the strike is on,  and the goods are piled in all direc-  tioTia-  *M"<Tledv-niggledy. -  >.  Across the bags and boxes and  pacl-ir? cages' hands are clasped.  In the more intimate relationships  there is the kiss of welcome, which  Special A>->*ent Tbbotson and the Cus-.  torn" officers'delicately refuse'to be  aware of.  Qrtc hears the fine accent of the cultivated En-rlishTnari-���a little' "bored,  "von i-nmv." and with the suggestion  of nn indulgence which will tolerate  {���r"<-?��   ���'--intr-j- iv'tl-1   rppifnat'on  O. P. R. Special Agent "Harry" Tbbotson, spick nnd span, gives directions in' regard to trains and ticket?  and, baggage, ,not hesitating, at the  8a'rne time," to say glowing -things  about the. North west, to which most  of the ,British , first and second-class  passengers are going. The ladies are  a little excited, nnd ask six question.0  in one breath. This does not discompose Mr. Jbbotson in the least. -He  calms the fear. He soothes the nervous condition brought on, through  newness of environment.  In a twinkling he makes the crooked thing straight. He arranges for the  hotel, for' the" express, for the baggage, for the cab which will whisk  the ladies out of the dirt and dust  air-1 'confusion of the wharf.  Customs Not-Too* Curious.  The customs officers, too, are not  too curious 'in regard to baggage.  There is nevpi- any need, to search  the baggage of the steerage passengers, poor things, but there might be  dutiable goods in the trunks of the  delicate peoole in the upper ranks. At  the o"me time, there is cautious and  c iderate handling,5 and the pns-  sengars are not irritated by unnecessary questioning.  There is a curious intoxicating effect in being released from use and  wont, and feeling that you can do  what you please with your life���unhindered by rule, or the order of any  fellow-creature. j"  This is seen in the vivacity of the  young gentlemen who come out unattached. They are in a merry mood.  They tip the expressman in the most  generous way. They order a cab with  a "nn air of not caring what it costs.  They ask for the best hotel, and give  cabby���a-dollar���without-thinking���of  chnnire.  And while they wait in the city  they see the sights and driv�� about,  n*    drop in at the high-clas�� bars.  Not p few of them have friends who  ������,*,*"-5*-l"ce them to the St. James's  Clnb. where they enjov the privileges  of temporary membership.  Then thev disnnncar, and the great  West swallows them up.  Tree Fountain.  An extraordinary curiosity Is to bo  seen In tho Swiss vllluge of Gunten. on  Lake Thuu. ' It takes tho form of a natural tree fountnln, the water flowing  continuously from a spout high up In  the tree. About twenty years ago the  water from a spring wns conducted  through a shaft, and the supply pipe  was directed through the cut trunk of  a young poplar tree which was rammed  In the ground. After n short time tho  trunk rooted, brnnches followed, nud  now there Is a splendid top growth.  A Fool's Identity.  Some of tlie best known people pass*  unrecognized b.v those to whom the.v  should be known. Harold Fnxlerick  sat one night at dinner next a man  whose very silence nnd taciturnity  caused him the more closely covertly  ;to, survey him. Not n word, wns ex  changed between the two. "Who .was  that hopeless Idiot that I sat next to at  dinner?" asked Frederick at the close  of the meal.* "That hopeless idiot was  Cecil Rhodes," he was answered. It  was the fact. The Colossus had been  In one of the moods in which ha would  uot talk, and Frederick, though lie had  seen his portrait a hundred times, had  not recognized hiin.���St Jnnies' Gazette.   Y !������'������  Sagacity of the Ancients.  Many quotations' came from the  '..works of Thales. the Greek ptiilpsophci  and one of the seven'wise'men. It was  he' who said, "Know 'thyself," "Few  words are n sigh of prudent judgment,'  "Search;aW;>r wisdom and choose whai  is most worthy.''. "There is uolhiuj!  more beautiful than the world," "Tinn5  Is the wisest thins, for It invents and  discovers; all things." , He also said  that It was the hardest thing in tin5  world to know oneself acid the easiest  to admonish another, ln his youth  Thal'e's wns urged to marry, but no  said. "It Is too soon." nnd later ln lifo  upon being urged ugaln he said, "It la  Yon have heard of bbcuits���-ind  read ofbucuits���and eaten biscuits���  but you, don't know biscuit*���until  you try Mobheyjs Perfection Cream  Sodas. They are everything that  the ideal biscuits should be. ��� ���  The air-tight, moisture-proof  package brings them- to you fresh,  crisp, inviting.  . Practically every grocer b Canada  fits MOONEY'S. Yours vfUl get  them if you ask.   In i it 3 lb. pkgs.  m&i-  '.' "���*A!"*?1  ���\.;.-'.m  v?3  ---ft  ,--5'.-r-��l  ' mm  ���      ''.'.ii  ������ ���Y-'Y  , -.--'*' I  T    ' 14     kC*l  YCi.i  '. ���*" ��'J  7-A-'-,  r *������<.,   vjr 1  _ -Y'/>|  *', '-*Y/i  ���7-' ���*���!  -*i' 1 ���: KflONEr BI5CUIT A CANDY',' C  Kendall's Spavin Cure Cnra  i Here Is juat one case  out of thousands���  Hamiota, Man.,  March 13, '06.  "Thu is to testify to  the value of Kendall's  Spavin Cure as'a  Spavin Remedy and  Zriniinent for general  use. I used it*for  Spavins on a colt two  years ago, and found it a complete cure."  Wm. Juergem.  Save your horse with Kendall's���the  sure cure for allBony Growths. Swellings  and lameness. %i a bottle���6 for Is. Our  great book���"Treatise on the Hone"���  free from dealers or * 30  Pf. 8. J. Uattu Cs^Easttar(Fslls,hiiistl,g4JL  -' -','.{  ���rand all stomach-  and bowel diioiden..  Makes puny babies  plump and rosy. Prored  by 50 years' successful  use. Ask your dniggut  foril���  Norses' ud Mothers' Treasure  -25e.-6bouUt$l.25.  -���ianousl Drog & Chenuul Co.. * nrrftrl  Montreal.  -^^^^ms^^^m^K3k*tW  Has Imitators But No Competitors.  A Safe, Speedy and Posltlre Cure for  (hub. Splint, Sweeny, Cappsd Hook.  Strained Tendons, Founder, Wind  Tuffs, and aU lamenass fr&m Spavin,  Ringbone and other bony tumors.  Cures all sJdn dJkeaaes or TafasIUs.  Thrush,' Diphtheria. XUmovaa all  Bunohes from Horses or Oattl*.  As a Human Remedy for Rheumatism.  Sprains, Bore Throat, etc., lt IslnraftiiUtt  .Jrei-T bottle of Oaustio Balsam sold la  Warranted to (rlvo MtTi&tfonTrrlce Cl ISO  ��� por bottle. Bold by drugglsta, or sent br ex.  ��� press, chaWres paid, irtth full directions for  I Its use. VTSttii for desorlptlre circulars.  ICtMtlmonUI*, eto.   Address m  "be Lawrence- Williams Co., Toronto,Ont.  WILSON'S  FLY  Every paokot  will kill  mors flios than  300 shoots  of stloky paper   SOLD BY   ,-DRUCCISTS, CROCERS AND CEHERAL 8T0RE8  10c per packet, or 3 packets for 25c  will last a whole eeasun.  ^���am^nataaaa^BBegraBnaaaMsnm^n  ^  They are often so slight that one Is  almost ashamed to call lt a spralntand  yet the relation Is close.' Sometimes  a strain is more dangerous, becaueo  neglected.   Therefor* apply at once,  B'S AlKXtint  LINIMENT  because serious results have come from  a strain���stiff joints, water on ths  knee, white swelling, eren amputation.  Usually a few doses ot Liniment cures.  25 cents, three times aa much 00 cents.  1.8. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass.  too late."  King Peter of Seryia was thrown  from his horse while riding and severely shaken up.  W.   N.   U.   No.   643 W MOIIE LEABEB.  P iblishrd in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  P. J. SMYTH, FimiisHKH.  UJUOS  I..IBE1  Bates oy subscription.  One Year ��� J2.00  SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1907  Don'c knock���walk rjght in,  Watch Moyie grow,  , ���-��'����� r��  The shortest" way hotqe ia the  Jbest route on payday.  Can   an   intoxicated man   be  claswed with the fully equipped.  THE LEAPER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  1 ~-^mmmmmeJtm���^ ���������    I|IJ1      '    mmfmrn^eumtmrn.  taken for a capitalist, 0; missed, 0;  washed towels, 3; found money, 0;  taken baths, G; delinquent suliscribers  paid, 27; did not, 436; paid in advance, 0; gob whipped, 3; whipped  other fellows, 0; cash on hand at beginning of year, $1.47; cash on l^nd  a.t present, 60 cents.  The season when forest fires  break out is at hand, Now be  careful.  -**��-  "Women have cleaner rqlnds  than men beoaqse tl;ey change  them of tener.   f#�� -57-  Jt sometirqea happens that the  first steps for divorce qre tf&en  at a dancing school,  No man kno *rs just how H}iich  religion he has until he goes fishing' alone where mosquitos are  bu6y. -   .  Many mon are like miehinery;  they live ao fast and use their  gear so'hard that a hot finish is  their sure end.  A man who had been looking at  some of the fruit laird-s {troun-d Ne}-  son that have fa be surveyed by thp  aid of a IjallOon, because t'Jjey are lp-  cated on the steep mountain side,  -���ft-lis a ���greq.t story about an egppp-  ience that party had5 there a short  time ago. They were standing- on  t!ie lal-p shore just -below a s*teep  mowita'in siflp when 6i��3de*nly a  bouldci' camp tumbling down and nair-  rawly missing one of the -men dashed  into the laVo with a great splash.  "This seems dangerous -to me," said  one of the men. "That is caused; by  ihe fi-Qs-t coming out of the ground,"  said another, -"and it might not hapr  pen right -here again in -a month."  Just then there was the noise of rock  falling and another bpufrlpr jumped  from place to place in its wild flight  down ���tlje mountain side, '-'I don't  want any moj-e of -this in .mine," said  the man who'had spoken first, as the  big rock jumped thpough the party  into the lake, just missing two*-of  them. "Neither, do I,"said the  ether man, as lie commenced to pick  UP his traps. But before any of  them could got a\>?ay something else  camo tumbling down, causing the  dirt and gravel to fly on-every side,  nd   dropped right into    -the cro^v-d.  They -quickly saw that it was a man  nd all started tp offer assistance,  as -they supposed that he must be  plU'er dead or badly injured. "Before  they could reach him the man got  onto his feet, and in reply to the  query as to* whether he was hurt or  not, he said: ��� '-'No, I am not hurt;  but goll dura the luck that is the  third time I have fallen out of  orchard this morning."  ���-- ���4���^-    "  FQR RENT-Furnished  room*  for housekeeping.     For p. irtica-  lars apply at this office.  fig Race meeting at  Cranbrook.  It has been decided tp hold a big  race meeting in Oranbrpok this fall,  and already steps are being taken  witlj that idea in view, and nearly  $1,500 has been subscrjbecl up'to tjip  present time for purses, The d?ites  are not definitely settled, as tjiose -wh-q  are promoting the meeting n*ave no  desjre to interfere in a-py ^ray with  the regular Labor Day program, ai^  in ajl probability the two days tin-:  mediately following Labor Day vill  be selected. A meeting will be pah  led.for nc^t Saturday evening to dis-:  cuss this fthase 0j ^j,e qUestion, at  which those who are interested in the  race meeting, and those who bavfc  been the leaders in the Labor- Day  movement in the past, are expeoted  to bo present and agree upon some  plan that will meet with the favpr of  all,  1   -  aaaaaatpMMM  Business  lots  $200 ana Up  .'!.<;-  Residential lots  Curious Athletics.  The average woiqan commences  to think seriously when other women say nice things about her  husband.  ���= 1*5 ���  It's a long tinjo since we have  .heard anything, about our telephone   system.      "Vfe won't be  happy till v^e get it,"  Stand up for hqme trade.  Build up every industry of your  town in preference, %q that of  other  places,  my  Can tho sardine boxP  No, but the tomato can,  Did yoiij ever see a ship spar?  Yes, and I have seen the rail  fence, the ginger snap, and the  cracker box, the sausage roll and  the bed spring, and the night fall.  It was queep to see the sugar  bowl; '���  But the fqnniest thing was to  see the milk shake and the apple  turnover.  Why did' tlje fly fly? gepause  the spfder spider.  A Sad Mistake.  Say, partner, is your name on  the subscriptiai*- lisC or do you  Have money by reading the one  your neighbor buys?  -*������������-  Whena rmn tells you bow yojj  ought to run yor business just  take a look at the way lie ia *run-  *uing his owi}.  A rubber neck and   a tongue  that is hung in the iqiddle  and  runs at both ends are  responsible  for a heap of trouble.  - - **���%���=-=-  "Latest report? from-Editor  Smyth are that be ip reoiting the  "Wreck of the Julia Haute" to  his friends in Montreal,  If the people who canje here to  live could stay, what a great  little town this would Iqeoome.  It's the sarqe qld story, "no  houses."  Thirty-si-5*: people were killed as  a result of the Fourth of July celebrations. Anappropiatenumber  the unlucky J3 on top of the 23 to  the noi*-y oelebr-tttiou.  New York women have got into the habit of fighting over  cards. We sincerely trust tbat  We shall never be obliged to record any unpleasantness from fhe  same cause here.  After all the talk in this part  of the country about the likeness  nf Editor" Smyth and Premier  McBride, thera miistbe great con-  stenatoM among the people of  the east as to "who,s which."  A Missouri editor has taken time,  despite his heavy duties as a "moulder of public opinion"   to keep track  ,       -     -   .��..,  cf his material and   mental progress severe attack   and   took   half   a  during the ycar, and offers the follow- bottle of the twentyfive cent size  ing summary of his gains and losses  Been birokie 300 times, had money 62;  praised by the public, 6; damned by  the public,  134; asked  to drink,  918  Lire i'ui-iiv.,  jo'x, ii-snea  to (irinK,  U1H;       "    ������.      *�����..��  refuse.!, 0; been roasted, 432; roasted  saIe bv tho Moyie   -Drug   &  Sta-  hfl,hn.        CO.     t.l *��-_     _     _.. . .. .������__.     /-<_  {���{Mrs, 62; taken   for a preacher-. 11;  Tho Spokano Flypr is running  at last. If it can keep up the  speed thit it maintains going  through Mjyie its no wonder that  they have the fastest schedule  from Sfc. Paul to Spokane. Why  is it that they pass up the principal point on the Crow jn this  manner?  Dreyfus to Retire,  Paris, Ji-Jy 8.���It is stated in  military circles that Alfred Dre-  fus, the former captain of artillery who wa3 sentenced on the  oharge of treason to imprisonment on Devil's Island, ia shortly  to retire from the army, accepting a pension,  FOR RENT-Two furnished  rooms. Inquire of Mrs. Hollister  Near Conrad building.  NOTICE.  cttANBROOK LAND DISTRICT  KOOTENAY DISTRICT.  Tako notjeo that B-iwnnl Mallanilaine, of  Cranbrook, occupation Umber Rang i, Intends  toapp)y ior a special Timber licence over tie"  following describ'M lands.  Comfpcnciug nt a post plm-itcd ou tbe West  bank of Moyie Lake at thi_V_E. corner_of-]ot  5799.  Thence West   80 chains; thenco   North 80  chainst thencp East 80 chains,  thence   8outh  along the ivest boundary of Lot 3033 to the S- W  corner thereof, thence following tbo lake shore  to point of conmenrcmcut and containing 640  acres more or less, snb'cct to tho prior rights,  if any, of holders of m neralclaiips therein,  EDWARD MALLANDAINE,  Byrou Campbell St. Clair, Agent.  Dated ;jth July, KW.  The Dooto-r A^ay from Home when Mo?t  Needed,  People are often verymuch disappointed to find that their family  physician is away from home  when they most need his sprvices.  Diseases like cramp colic and. chol:  era morbus. require prompt treatment, ahd have in many instances  proven fatal before rnedicine  could be procured ar a physje^n  siimmoned. The right way is. to  keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. No physician can prescribe a better medicine fqr these  diseases, By having it in the  house you escape much pain and  suffering and all risk. Buy it  now; it may ,save life. For pale  by the Moyie Drug & Stationery  Co. "-        "  NOTICE.  TAKE N'OTicg ti- at Alexander D. Mcflonald  of Morrls?ey ��. O. MH'iPpn, intends to apply  fpr f* spppiijl tlinber licence over the following  described Ifjnds.  Commencing at a post planted about a mile  south of the South East-Corner of the ftfpDg'r-  mld Timber licence situate about tivo jnilet*  frqm the Eft' River on Tunnel Creek, said Creek  being (flout (brec miles Soi)th of Jforrissey,  thence south 40 o)ww,, thence Vfost 160 chains,  thenco North-io chains, ther.ee East ;qo chains  to place of commencement.  Located 17th June lap7  W. J. Bates Agent for  ���   'Alexander D. McDonald.  notice;  $50 aud Up,  ���Mtar-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  B��AD  OFFICE, TORONTO  "ESTABLISHED 186?  B. E. WA&SER, PW)M!��it  ALEX. LAJBP, OtaiTml Maosjer  A. H. niKLASD, Suj>efl��t��X^flt Of  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets, - 113,000,000  FARRELl & SMYTH.  Insurance.    Heal Estate.    Collections.  Branches throughout CiUia<U�� and ia the United States and England,  BANKING  BY  MAIL 85  Bnaine8s may be transacts by mall with any branoli  of the Bank. Accounts may he opened and deposits  made or withdra*wn by mail* . Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts*  CRANBROOK BRANCH. - F. 0. MALPAS. MGR  Harvey,   'McCarter &  Macdonald.. .  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  l  .    Jllfl. .^^W^PB. iLlljijimn ||U| J ������ ���  W, F. QURD,  CBA.NBBOOIf. p. C  O.K. DUNBAR  East Kootenay Dye Works,  For all kinds of  DYEING and CLEANING,  Hats, Ties, Gloves, Feathers, Furs, Portieres, Draperies, Lace-Curtains,  Doilies, Battenburg, and iu Jacl all kinds of fancy goods.  There is nothing large or small, fine or  coarse that we cannot handle.  HOUSTON & WILSON, Props.,  CRANBROOK.  "LETt'SETAKD TCGEIBIB."  You tp l>qy pus trousers and otlier  garments, and we -ffpake  good"  our  Barrister, Solicitor,'-Notary Publjc, }Stc i asseron ttvU tor-  s'tlye,' fit,   quality  ,,*, iT-i-i-vi-   t��  t-i J and price. , .,  Cranbrook, 5- C.  t+*m  ^������S^Si  DR. F. B. MILES,  Cranbrook,       f   B, C,  Fined  For    Printing    Attack  on Americans.  L-ebh-brMge, July 6,~In ihe puprcmc  court -today Georgp S, Hoaglin, of  Taber, ?ras finod $2Q0 and costs -by  Jufrtice Harypy for causing injury to  ii public Inforost. ' Hoaglin published  a false tale in an advertisement, as  follows:  "Americans are not wante<J in Canada. Investigate before buying land  pr taking homesteads i-i this country."  This is   probably   the only case of  its Jfjp-d ever tried in Canada.  -   -   -A   itett MeftSajne,   In   tho World   for   Colic  JUlrt   DJarrlioo555..  "I find Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to  be the beat remedy in the world,"  says Mr. O. L. Carter of Skirum,  Ala, "I am subject to colic and  diarrhoea. Last spring it seemed  as though I would die, and I  think I would if I hadn't taken  Chamborlain.B Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy. I havn't been  troubled with it since until  this wefek,   when  I  had  a  very  Chamberluiu's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning I feel like a new man."   Por  CrBijbroolir^n,! DIstrlct-Dtsf-rlct of East  ��oofpP8y SoBthorn Ii|Yl8lon  Take notlpe that Dayid Johu Elmer nf irintn.  to applv for permission to nurchaae thi  followlns; described land:-Coin-5-,SSciSJ zt t  postplanled on the bank of t^Moyfe river ��t  ���sse  I- 0. O. F.  WiMej- lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  Odd Fellows cordially invitc-d.  W. H. Lairp  Noble Grand  P. J. Smyth,  Secr'y.  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37,  K. Of P.  Meets evsry Thursday  ���jvening jp McGrefeor  hall at (3 o'clock. Vifir  iting brothers invited.  C. A. Foote, J?. J.Smvth.  Chancellor Com. K. E, and S  Moyio  Miners'  TJnion  No. 71 w. F, pfM.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. '' Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  JOS  Mc&AHia-T J4S.   BopEBTS,     -  i-reuident.  ' Secretary  McKILLOP  ASBATJSII  tionery Co.  George Hf TJiomppon,  Babbistkr,  -ppuciiro  tary Pub'wc, &p,.  PWHMfT'VWWfW  W. E, BEATTY  **  JJmbalf-per -4nd URdertaJcpr,  Phone 80. ' CRANBBOOIf  BUY YOPB  9-  FROM  A B. Stewart I Co,  SSB  YOU CAJJ:a; DUPLICATE    .  OUB   GARMENTS.      '  It's a broad assertion but provable.  Our best citizens wear our clothes,  They are walking proofs of all we assert,' Oqr "trousers a&W ig a'capec-  ial."   Jton't vatia it.   * ~"  Cleaning, reppiripg and  pressing done.  yC, A, FOOTE  M6YIE, B. c  aesaea  P. BURNS & 00  JUST RECEIVED 4. |8JIJJ?MI3NT  OP  HAMS  ���AND-,  BACON  MARKETS  in   aU  tbe   Pririqipa)  Cities and   Towns  in  British Columbia-.  MOYIE, B, a  I J'1- '.' ^ J'11.    '���'    '��� ���'  III1  ' 'I    'I'lI'LIBH  NELSON,  b. 0  YOU    RJJAD   MAGA53JttE&  of course, Everybody does. You  couldn't begin to read them all,  but what you dp rei|4 we will deliver at your residence as Boon as  they are  pqbjblied,      l  '  WE H.A:V% TBEM ALL,  Whether you like the solid, heavy  kind, the fashion magazine or  those merely for a pleasant hours  reading. 3iVeus jrour order and  we will do the rest.  The Moyie Drug  and Stationery Co,  SUMMER  Excursion Rates  _ BAST  From   Moyie  " $52 50   to  Port   Arthur,  St, Paul, Puluth,  Siou^   City.  Winnipeg, $45.85.  St. Lo.uia $6o.00  Chicago $64.0o  Toronto $78.50  Ottawa $82.55  Montrea $84.00  St, John's   ' $94 00  Halifax ' $101.8o  TICKETS ON SALE  JULY 3, 4, 5     ; AUGUST 8,9,10  " SEPTEMBER 11, 12,13  PirstJass Hound Trip. ���o &m�� ��mit  Corresponding reductions from  all Kootenay points. Tickets av-  alable for Lake Route, including  Meals and Berths on lake steamers  Through rates 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.  J. 8 CABTER.      ' E. 3. COYLE,  Dint, Pass. Agt.' '       Ass't Gen). Pass, Ag)  Nclton, Vancouver.  0REAT STOCK  REDUCTION SALE.  ..We are overstocked to the extent of $20,000, and'  this surplus must be' reduced,  WE  WILL  PAY  RAILWAY FARE  Any person purchasing ,$15 .worth of goods at  sale prices, providing not more .than half is groceries, wiU have the. price of their double fare ticket  refunded.  Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores  LIMITED.  o  u  o  o  o  ����������ft��S��9��5����'^^��f�������99��4  MOYIE    HOTEL.  .    .,   r "P. F.J0EMS10M'  0i  u  Th%%tel is Newa��d well rurnished  Tho -  Tables are Supplied with the Beet the  8?R?i*Sbra5' TH ?ar i3 Filled with  thereat Bra��dpof Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  MOTTIE   _ _  a�� ��� ��� ---_ BRITISH COJLCMBIA   I ���  ������6�����S��^ *e*9eW<*^^9999<&tt999Z*9&9999e*m*~y  I  Moyie  m  im  As m?td�� by the present brewer is  admittedly   the  Best Ueer in $3ast Kootenay. With the Best Malt and  tbe Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled Jqr quality.  Insist on haviDg Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  i  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C  O. P. DESAULNIER  DgAlER IK  VOiMFEEl  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  ���w3*^Tj^W*jJ^55iTHff^  LLBUUIM  . E.G. GWYKNE  Cigars,       Tobacco, Confctionery  Fruits, Efp  PARBELL BLOCK,  .THE���  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  DB3AI7I.NIEB BBOB,   Props.  Larue sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for   Comr-  mercial and Mining Men.  .QlIEEKg AVENUE, MOYIE, B. 0  WHEN IN  i     u mi torn  CRANBBOOK  E. Q. SMAItli, Mpnogei*'  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first clasB sample wotii.  Wm. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery arid  Feed Stable,  Leave Orders at  ..Gwynne's Store.  MOYIE ' British Cotattfc

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