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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta CHANGES IN MILITIA Consequent Upon Dtath of Intpoctor Gthircl Ottawa.. March eGneral Lake, who assumed the inspector-gen eralship in place of the late Major General Vidal until tenure of his of- fice expires in November, will during the interval .make, an inspection of the Canadian forces from coast to coast. Brigadier General Otter who sue- ceds Lake as chief of the staff will probably become inspector general upon Lake's return to Imperial ser- vice in November. Major General Cotton, o! ordinance iwill probably get to Western Ontario in Other's place and will be succeed- ed by. Col. "Rutherford of the head- quarters staff. TKiNXS WELL OF IDEA Spokane Paper Refers to Exchange of Visits Between Alberta and Washington Spokane, Wash., March The Spokane Review says in its leading editorial m the issue of March 10: "The interchange -of commercial GEORGIAN BAY CANAL f CanaclUn Government Liktly to Take It 10 as a National Project Ot.tuwa. March the Can- adian government has under consid- eration the taking up of the Georgian Bay canal as a national project ap- pears from the speech of Hon. Wm. Pugsley this morning in connection with the presentation made to the Deputy Minister Gobiel, of the public works department, who is retiring. Mr. Pugsley said: "In connection with the department there will be a most important work, one which I am inclined believe will mean great things hi the future for our country. I refer to the Georgian Bay canal, for which, very careful sur- veys have been made and careful plans preparped.. I am not at liberty I'to say what action the government j will, take but it is enough for you to I know that work is being undertaken. j 1 think it will 'be- of great interest to j the Showing Patent Tab NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL Western Canada Railway Bill Gets Third Reading Important Bill .TABER MAN ARRESTED On Wednesday, Edress Gardner and Ed. Holmes, ranchers in the Taber placed in custody of the j-R .N. W. M. P..on a charge of killing cattle the property of the Circle Ranch Co. They are said to have been caught in the act on the Cam- eron ranch twenty-eight miles east of Lethbridge. 'BROKE WORLD'S RECORD Covered 627 Knots. JrA Tw.enty-rour j March A wireless messagc received by Cunard steam- company states that the Lusi- visits between Spokane and Calgary for York and Alberta, taken under consideration by the chamber of com- merce of this city, would prove mu- tually beneficial by strengthening the tie which binds these communi- ties together in trade relations. If- it is found practicable to arrange for 11- Spokane business men's excursion to Calgary in June or July, while the Dominion exposition is h'-ld there, it would probably be largely patronized, not merely by business men, but by other citizennvwho would be glad of the opportunity to see one of Alberta's most flourishing cities. on Saturday made a record run of 627 knots fro'.ii Monday noon to Tues- day noon. The Lu-sitanias run ef 627 knots establishes a world's rec- ord, the best pre'vlous was 613 knots made on Novenibsr 6th; On that run the Lusitania also broke the record for a westward voyaage for 18 hours and 59 minutes. SHIRTS The back collar stud in our shirt is Inserted in the tab, shewn iii cut. In this-way the stud is easily inserted and it never touches the neck of the wearer. When the collar is on, the tab cannot move. But there is sufficient room left in the button-hole for the collar to move slightly. from one side to the other, so that the collar may be easily adjusted in the front. Only on Tocke Shirts caa this tab be found.' TOOKE BROTHERS, LIMITED, MONTREAL 22 When To Be High-Toaed" Was a Bar Socidj (E. N, Barker, of Cardston, in the Edmonton Saturday News.) In times gone by on the range an assumption of sureriority by any individual or set, was next door to impossible, especially if. The accused appeared before In- assuming the superiority the did ranged, and many instances will crop of these differences of for what seems fit and right from one point of view is difficult of com- prehension from another, and yet the logic of each may seem unassailable, vide Johnny's ease at school, not j Johnny went to school very dirty one spector West yesterday and were re-j wish, to be "left strictly to his or her next when own devices, to. live entirely alone, preliminary j for ranches or shelter were scarce manded until Monday they will have their hearing. In the meantime they are I and in bad weather any port in a being kept at- the {storm WHS good enough and not to with. When in diffi- DATES: FOR LETHSR1DGE FAIR i cuhy it is mor- healthy to pull the Eleven of the fourteen directors of i Ottawa, March Wm. Saun-. ers, who for twenty, one years has so. acceptably filled the position of direc ;r-he Lethbridge and District Agficul- j tor of the Dominion experimental Society were present at i bars down to the coral and enter. i So travyllorsj of all sorts were corn and unkempt, offending the teacher acutely. So one day Johnny was sent home with a note to his pa ami ma stating that Johnny must be sent to school, cleaner, and should have a bath, as he smeiled. The next day Johnny returned in the same state with- a note from the parents which ing in the council chamber last night, j The. financial standing of. the society i and several questions in connection with the coming fair were discussed I but the- chief item of business was the appointment of a delegate to at- tend a meeting of the 1 cultural Fairs Association to be held at Calgary on Alarch 18 and 19. it was' over. ticular meant pain .or death, and caste falls off -him when, affliction .Communications regarding special careful bites, being of tu're and attractions and the selling j-y mav be ,j h and >aughty when or.pools at the fair to.j floating feut k ig not as pasy MR. PRINGLE'S ATTACKS of Toronto.) The Post has, been asked way, as a Tromise is that the cour-1financial; and banking paper it has not devoted more, attention to the tesy -would be reciprocated at the Interstate fair here next fall. The .presence of a large number of Can- adian visitors in Spokane on' that oc- bifr introduced by Mr. R. pringle, member for in the Domin- ion House of "Commons, providing, for casion would be interesting and ad-i a revision of the Bank Act, In view vantageous. Itis'desired that the in-! of the heavy pressure which has been jur space duting the past mouths we did not consider matter of suiBcient' importance to warrant any extended notice and con tented ourselves with pointing out that the decennial per-iod was the proper time for a revision of, the Bank Act) and as the barters expire in any. changes in the Bank Act could then be most effectually terstate. fair attract people ifrom a wide extent of country. The Alberta vis- itors would gain here a knowledge of trade facilities and opportunities, in addition to what they already have, that' would be good for them as well as us. "The International bounary line should not divide the people of Wash- ington and Alberta socially or coin- raerciaily. It is' a foregone after all the miasmata that sion that excursionists from this city gather around a panic year had been to Calgary would have a welcome which could not be excelled for cor-j been, fully 'conned by the light "oX cleared away and the lessons had diality, and the same "can be said of Alberta people coming here. Any- time and experience. Fielding disposed of Hon. W. S. the "matter by thing that help to cement friend- {expressing simiiar views. ship encouraged." .Whatever Value. Mr. Prmgls's.infor- i ming speech may have had was des- i troyed by a malicious attack on one of our leading banking institutions. I'll his conclusion Mr. 'Pringle said: "It will be stated that Pringle at- tacked the banks. Pringle has not attacked the On this point we must take' with JFr. Princle. arul state the fact that he has been most successful in his "attacks" >n HON. RUDOLPHE LEMIEUX London Free Press (Conservative.) Hon. Rudolphc Lemieux is a fine type of French-Canadian. Some day lie may be Premier of is a thought, a wish, his friends have entertained for him. That so laud-, i banks now in process of liquida- jible an ambition may have entereci l tion> Acting in a fiduciary, capacitv his own mind is not improbable. Few among the younger generation h the Ontario Bank so of politicians have arisen so rapidly! successfully that he secured-a very as -has the brilliant postmaster-gen-1 sum of at the Cornwall this money (some tens oral. This has been due to no mere circumstances. Rudolphe Lamieux has climbed the ladder jung by rung. He has applied himself in each case to the task in hand, and while there arc differences as to .tbe measure of Iiis success, it is not disputed that he has invariably given to the accom plishment of that task the best that TTSS in him. His recent yis-it to Japan as the .special Canadian envoy in the threat- ened disruption over Japanese immi- gration, was an occasion in which he was signally honored by both Cana- branch, and i of never been repaid. His "attack" or. 'the Sovereign Bank was also successful. had confined himself If Mr. Pringle to iheoratical on the floor of the House, I the same exception could not have i been to his remarks. A pro- posal to reform of the banking sys- j tern, proceeding from such a source, I falls' little short of being a farce. da and Japan. Of his part in bring- j ing about a settlement of the grave j difficulty history will be the most. I truthful relator. j The labor conciliation measure which is the fruit of Mr. Lemieux's effort, remains the greatest.tribute; to his skill as a statesman. With hero and there an objection, as is CABINET RESIGNED Another Change at the Mock Pariia- PLEBISCiTE CARRIED Kenora, Ont., .March The pleb- iscite for the exemption of the Maple Leaf milling company from paying anv municipal taxes was farm .has been elected an honorary member of the Eoyal Agricultural Society of England. An Inland revenue bulletin shows that out of 144 samples of honey from all parts o! the Dominion analysed during the present winter, 135 were pronounced pure, 3 doubtful, 2 adulterated and; 1 frankly sold as a compound. The Retail Merchants' association of Canada will oppose in the senate terms of the government's bill just about to drown, pecting co-operation of societies on tfie ground that organization of co- operative stores would work to the detriment of the retailers oi Canada. The following bills were read a third time in the senate: Act respect- ing British Yukon railway company; j act respectig Western Alberta railway [company; and an act to amend the naturalization act. E. N. Lewis proposes to move an amendment to the bill increasing the read as follows: neighbors t Johnny ain't no rose an' he don't go considered suffici-! to school to be smelled; he goes to ently high toned .or not, and, when [school to be learned." Argument is caught in a storm, it was a case of j sometimes a waste of. time. rve in evolution, has evolved in he.r own way and has changed-most ui To be too par- JJ T- 1 HltlJl_V UVli UVJU but surely Alberta caste with us i.s not us cast iron as j materially in 30 years, I with the Hindoo. The Anglo Saxon's j helping it along, a more practical na- of himself. 3 number of railwav commissioners of .carried I Canada to six. His amendment is here tod a v bv a vote of 404 for j that-no more than tour members of 59 against. The Mapie jueaf milling was thc opinion that some special j Mgh Qr high ;.be secured. Lettersj in davg was a distinct bar to an containing the suggested names. Bat-J entrance ordinary society and tleview" and "AHabridge" for the _, fair grounds were laid on the table r distinctiori5 tobooed, and, WQuld tdl until additional suggestions could good means that you'll be very secured: A n umbor passed. of small accounts -jvere lonesome." Too much caste is dead- i ly to rapid progress sation balance comes ,s the cornpen- in once more. W. B. Burnett was appointed to wouid sometimes come tend the raee'tiag of the provincial; in or arise upon these matters tnd association at Calgary. Wm. 'Oliver j caQ recaij a Discussion between a was elected as alternative. The dates jU5ti East, for the different .provincial, fairs.. J 'rather mixed company, in re- the province will be arranged at .this gard to what meeting. The local society instruct- i ?gate to endeavor to secure of constitute the that wished to with man the age of the buffalo to the age of Alberta Eedl It wat> but 30 years ago, when all was in its lonesomeness except for the buffalo, that a banad of hunters-'was overtaken Ly winter, a hard -winter, on the Milk river somewhere south of Raymond or jMagrath had tu dig themselvts a iiole in the ground for a house, stayins: there for several months and subsisting on meat straight, the last part of the time, on wolf meat, the buffalo having" gone south.- This wolf meat had to- boiled to get rid of the strychnine. Now in a fen- miles a weary' hunter could reach the railroad and several towns to buy grub that is if he had the ready.. 11- was in this same couiury- Chasa. Parker of the became snow blind about 3380 -and lay out in the snow in mid ,winter .here. shall'be appointed from will now rebuild taeir mill; political p-rtv delegate to endeavor to secure a gentleman. Event- jjor a week, with, his only companion August 4th, 5th and 6th as the dates they arrived at the subject of the broncho he When ...for our fair. The Lethbridgc -Society jtobacco when the" vouug printed a return showing AFTER A REVOLVER pointments to the senate since con- Yestcniav k was reported to the I federation with dates of appointment police'that.a woman tried to pur- "'hen appointees ceased to be 'chase a revolver from C. W. G-ray. In reply to Mr. Gray's question she I .Senator Lougheed called .attention lady also advocate that the govern- "Well, no gentleman night came he lay down to sleep and the horse nibbled the grass alongside. stated that she wanted it to shoot a to the fact that IS Hindus had been quested that a, special judge in the man that had said she 'was untrue to'! -fined S500 ment increase the grant to agricultur j but a small, rather i When the day broke he -got up and as j individual with fingers that j rode trying to wander home, but only n' j -A-ere not always kept too clear of his I travelled round and round of j neighbor's horses and cattle, spoke wondering why he arrive nowhere. former dissatisfaction it will "be re- ,j so rapidly, snapping out "I does." j -Later he was found by his comrades al societies, and that it be paid, soon as the returns from the f are reported to it. On account __ each for violating the her husband. .She didn't got the gun. j British Columbia Natal act, ed what government xvas going to do about it. Hon. Mr. MINISTER DIED !N ASYLUM jgcott said the government had taken Brockville. March. no action vet and he could not say "Percheroh" class be appointed. A. G. Kobertson, one of the Method-j ist ministers of the; Montreal confer-1 ence died in. thc isyium here today.; action would be taken. The Commons banking tind com- merce- committee today reported Ke was a native of Almonte and forty the biu-giving the Ancient Order of years of age. j the to extend its illness to. sale of endowments, an- j nuities etc., and to carry on insur- HOCKEY PLAYER FINED 1 Simcoe, Out.. March 13.-Frank ance business in all tranches in the Smith has-beeii fined and costs same way as ordinary, hie. i'he or- ior assaulting. Harry Ferris, hockey der, however, is subject to amendment player in a h'bckey game between Vic- toria and Port Dover here on March FIRST DIVIDEND SMALL which may be made in the govern- ment insurance bill. The committee also reported on the Travellers' Life Insurance company of Canada, with headquarters at Montreal and with a capital of Objection of the .MODEL-FARM FOR THE HAT Medicine Hat, M arch TV. Toronto, March to the j Travellers' Life, of Hartford, Conn., to stagnation in the sale of building j naim, Of the new company was land, of large estates of the: overruled. ovcr by the Alberta government as W. Greenway, Dominion lands one of tho sevcral demonstration T. Finlay, minister of: agriculture, j torily answered? had a conference with some of the i It- is the point of vievr that is members of the committee v on the de- j again tripping us up and constantly monstration farm. j changing our focus when once ar- He has secured from the Albaria; a grant of 91000 for this year for -the farm, will be handed over to the agricultur j al society. Tbis will be supplement- ed by the grant of from the ClP.R. Arrangements are now-taking j definite shape. The department of the interior the land for the farm to the Alberts department of agriculture. Hon. Mr. Finlay desires the local committee to select the land at once and to look after the work necessary this year. Next rear thr> farm will be taken The discussion naturally dropped ran across, the circulating, trail.' in-deadly silence for there was "KuffjMan and horse successfully navigated Thoughts on the subject j the .same country many years afater. might be varied but not expressed, j The horses's name -was Ouster" and Has the question ever been satisiac- at the time of the adventure was more or less of a raw "broncho. Barbed wire today precludes any extensive, gyra- tions over a given period of _ land- scape. R.N.W.M.P. Constable Shot Himself Rathar Than Suffer Intense Pain defunct York Loan and Savings com- pany have noe been very rapid oi commissioner, before the public ac- late raid funds -in hand are not ex-jcounts comittee of the House of Gom- pecied to yield over 7 or 8 cents onjmons today in regard to. western .tim- is partjcuiarlv the dollar as first dividend. Maple Creek, March jury in the coroners inquest decided that .Constable Powell, of the R.N.W.M.P., whose body Monday on the prairie came to his death by his own hand. It is presumed that while on pa- trol he got lost, -and finding a hay- into it to await the cessa- tion of the storm, and while asleep his feet froze. Waking, ATTEMPTED HOLD UP W.Johnston Reports Case to Police Clue to the Man W. who delivers milk for the Fairfield Dairy, was last night the victim of an attempted hold-up. He was driving home about eleven, o'clock when two men on' horseback rode up to his rig near the exhibi- tion grounds. One of them fan -up behind hib rig and struck him on. the headwith a heavy article. He quick- ly turned his horse and returned to farms to be established. This agree- V dtj' the circumstance ensure success. Mr. Finlay ed that tned to. walk to -et the i to the police.. Chief Parry and Con-. ment anxious that tbe frost from his feet, but the pain was ------j _------ po.rticuiu.riv iuiiious -uistu ,v ber limits, said that up m a year systm w- [armlBg shoula so put tas xev he .ah. I ago he had. merely opened tenders CORPORAL HUMBLY HURT i for timber lands but now he opened Corporal Humby of the R.N.WJt. and accepted tenders. They were be given a proper trial in this dis P. force at Ifedicine Hat and for a pened in broad daylight. There was number wf years at Tjothbridge met j no dark or secluded room in the de- partment which had been used for with an accident at Coleridge yester- day. He was thrown from a rig in which was riding. He was taken to the Medicine Hat hospital but as yei it is not known serious his injuries arc. purpose. There had been .no ONE HUNDRED SEATS N ON TARIO mouth and pulled the trigger. The bullet went through the roof of his mouth, and the lips were blackened with smoke from the pistol. CAN'T FIND MAN change in the system since he had j Toronto, March the Legisla j Who Advanced Sum Of Money assumed office in succession to J.G. j ture this afternoon the premier an- TuriS. Tenderers had access to the! nounced the names of a special coni- room when the tenders were opened, mittee to with the redistribution of To Sovereign Bank Special committee of Parliament uoon Mr. .Pringle's motion for intro- the province. It consists of Hon. WANDERERS HOLD THE CUP j ductjon 0{ ajro pensions in' Matheson, and Hanna and Mes- Things took a sudden and unexpect- j cl turn at the Mock Parliament last Montreal, March Wander- ers defeated the Maple Leafs here to- night in the second game of the Star, ley cup series by a score of 9 goals to 3. This leaves the Wanderers in possession of the trophy'by a margin ada, met this ..morning and appoint- ed Hon. Mr. Lemieux as chairman. srs. DargavaJ, McDiarmid, May, Sa- muel Clarke and Bowman. Toronto, Ont., March curious j episode has cropped up in connection Messrs. Whit- i with the affaiTS of the Sovereign bank previous to reorganization which came too late. It appepars that It was decided to call witnesses to The three last mentioned are j ed 000 was advanced on two notes sign- of thc give views regarding the proposal and eraJs. the names of J. 0. Donoghue, a well known labor solicitor, and Professor Kavor, Toronto University .and Prof. Queen's University, are sug- whom the The'Maple jgcsted in this connection. Pv.alph night. Premier McClelland with i majority of eight resigned and his Iscoml in thc gamCS' f I u cabinet with him and Ex-Pre- iLeafs nuulc a 1U Smith, M. P. favors the royal com-jtion for Toronto. halibut were outclassed in thc second the management have been unable to Mr. Whitney mentioned that the j ]ocate despite the fact that the Do- membership of the house would be in- jminjon has been scoured. Cash was creased to over one hundred by the pajd on tjlc notes without security addition of new constituencies in ICew j or and they had name of r.bly been a power for good. There-; v -t caused by the disappointment moval of friction between capital and i account of the inactivity of keenest of the members nf the club labor is a cause worthy study and concern und that the Alin- istor of Labor has been able to do wnoie inier Court-ice forriied a new govern- mont taking two of the in Afc half the'scoro teas TVandcr- to form a coalition. The action was I 3- 2" lhc goals in the second half were taken and the last two The ice was soft to- felt j of somejby ll wore 'mission taking evidence throughout the Dominion. Ontario and the increased representa-1 an endorser on them whom invcsti- He said, howev- j aiso failed to locate. J. CHAMBERLAIN'S HEALTH er, that he did not think a city like Toronto should be represented in pro- portion to population. The rest of I the province may or may not have much to this is to his everlasting credit. And so it may be that some day llndolphe Lemieux will bo Premier of Canada. who wore eminent. As a result the whole ex- ecutive was declared vacant except I tho. presidency. President Courtice was then asked by Premier McClel- land to become Premier and to select ja cabinet to _take control of the club I affairs. The cabinet chosen by the new premier, included Messrs. B. L. j Cope, G. Bannerman, H. Bannennan, Magistrate Believes Church Environ-1T- Taylor from hi.s own ranks and H. Whitmore and 0. D. Austin from not members of either niSht and thc Wandcrers Provcd tne He Is in Itsly and His Condition Is the snm present. number of members as at Tie indicated that the- basis A TRUE SILL Toronto Ont., March stable Rose immediately went to scene but no trace of the parties could be found. Johnston says that on two.other occasions a man tried to hold him up on Westminster Road near thc half-built shack. .He recognized one Hf. the parties in last-night's affair as the would-be hold-up on the other occasions. LEAVE DOORS OPEN The policemen say that employees of several business houses' are very careless in leaving their doors open or insecure. During the past few nights, the night police have found several doors open, unlocked, or inse- curely fastened. bill has been found against Mrs. Min- Premier of Manitoba "Boosts Western Canada in Missouri St. Louis, Mo... March K. P. Roblin, premier of Manitoba, and minister of- stopped in (St. Louis. yesterday on his way to true Oklahoma and Texas for an outing. SENTENCED TO SUNDAY SCHOOL ment Better for Boy Thieves than Jail and Gives Them 52 Weeks. Geneva, N. Y., March two consecutive Sunday's attendance at Sunday school and a fine was the sontnnce imposed today upon Prank Clow and Max Goodman by a j the other This was considered I the made by the club in the, early days of its history. Members are enthusiastic in behalf of tho, club and the remain- ing six weeks of the Parliament prom- ise to bo even more interesting than the past. us they had in thc first game when the ice was hard. The play was rough in thc second half, j and the penalties wero numerous. Thft lineup was the same as in the first game. Much Imoroved of redistribution will be equalization of population and that county boun- j j claries will be followed as closely as i i possible. i operation. J. J. HILL HAS CONTROL Toronto, March MESSENGER GETS 6 MONTHS Vankleek Hill, March Martin J. Grace, Dominion express messen- ger arrested a few days ago for a shortage in money pleaded guilty six Nice, March reports concerning the health of Joseph Chamberlain who has been here for .some time past are untrue. His health is improving and he takes the keenest interest in current events in thc expectation of returning to po- litical activity. months in jail. magistrate here for the theft of ar- The club appointed Messrs. Court- ticlos from Lehigh Valley freight and) ice, G. Bannerman and. Austin to passenger cars. Thc boys are 13 and 15 years re- spectively and the magistrate believ- j os the influence of.the Sunday school} will do more toward reforming them than a jail. They are to report to thn police each month and bring proof that they attended Sunday school. Two older boys, Frolich and Edward represent thc club at the city base- ball league meeting tonight. LIBERAL CANDIDATES Kingston, Ont., March thc Liberal convention last night, Messrs. Harty and Pense were nominated for the Federal and Provincial KOUSIM. Baker, were held under bail for trial. DANTDItUFF. WIZARD'S LINIMENT CORTSS MADE FOR SERVICE IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER AND GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY xWATEPPROOF POMMEL LiCKEES This trade mork omd the word TOWER on the distin- guish this high rode slider from the'just as good FOREST RESERVE Montreal, March import- ant was made "by Hon. Sydney Fishor at the Dominion For- estry convention here today that the Dominion government had decided to set aside thc whole eastern slope of tho Rocky Mountains as a forest re- servo extending clour from the boun- dary to thc extreme northern limits of the country. This vast region he statod would he kept, frco from sett- lors held for forest growth which would bo cut from time to time un- der such strict repul'ations as would preserve it for all a forestry reserve for tho west. The announce- ment was received with hearty cheers by tho delegates. Th.> lender pressed the wish that some way could be found to make it unneces- sary to increase the nurnhcr of mem- bers beyond 100. As for Toronto, he did not sec why tho city should have double its present representa- tion. Thc city would only have six members going on the basis of repre- sentation at Ottawa. The hill got its second reading and wan referred to a special committee. i at the annual mooting of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company marked the passing of the control into the hands of James J. Hill. His interests have quietly acquiring control by private after the close of a long and arduous session of Parliment." In talking oi the farming possibilities of Western Canada, he stated that, "The prairie provinces of Manitoba, Alberta .and1 have room for twenty million Americans, as fast as they can be conveyed there by the rail- roads." He aded, "These three pro- vinces ten years ago had fewer than persons; they have now passed the million mark." ACCEPTS POSITION Miss Taylor, of Tabor, has wired accepting the position offered her by the school hoard and will take charge of her department in "tt'cst- RAIDED CHINESE STORE Toronto, Ont-., March Chin- j eae store at 117 Querm street was I raided this afternoon and 18 Celes- tials gathered in by the police. They arc charged with plpaying fan-tan. MINARD'S UXIMENT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. This ait speaks for llie thoroughly shrunken interliu- It's this interlining that makes the collar keep its shape when lauudried. These collarsftafe 4-pty- It's the careful attention to these detnils that makes 2 for 350. Tookc Collars the most popular and best collar value in Canada. TOOKE MONTREAL. ;