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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MAJOR STRICKLAND DEAD OFFICER COMMANDING R.N. W. M. P. AT FORT SASKATCH- EWAN SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Edmonton, March Strick- land, officer commanding K. N. W. M. P., at Fort Saskatchewan, died this morning of dropsy after a very .short illness. Major Strickland was one of the popular officers of the force. He was a native of Lakefield, Ont., He went in with the first corps to the Yukon. ADVICE TO MINISTER Should Mix With the Business Men and Participate in Sport Hamilton, Ont., March J. W. Graham, B, A., secretary of the Educational Society of the Methodist church, speaking at Centenary church in Hamilton, delivered some thoughts on the possibilities of ministers. Said he: "Just because a man is a min- ister should not make him a .peculiar man. No man should merge his per- 8UQAR GOES UP Montreal, March Grocers' Guild were advised today of another advance in the price of sugar of ten cents a hundred. This is an advance of twenty cents in twenty- four hours. NO CHANGES IN NAVY Toronto, March a meeting of tile re-distribution committee of the legislature this Pro- sonality with his profession. Any mier Whitney announced that a large THE OWNER NOT LIABLE Mechanics Cannot Come on Owner of Building for Wages Due Them By Contractors Hm-.h case of person that should be a a real man, is a minister. A minister is in the world to leaven it, and he should be in the world right up to his eyes. He should be in the storm centre, in fact. Do wot put a minister in a se- questered corner of the- earth, far from the world. He might then be- come what we call in college a molly- coddle. Let the ministers measure their if they like, on the lawn or the footfcali field, pro- tney piay une Christians. There are lots of brutalities in pres- nd-day'athletics that should be put number of constituencies in the pro- vince will, .remain unchanged. HON. FRANK OLIVER'S OPPON- ENT 'Edmonton, March is re- ported that-Aid. Dr. Mclnnis, will be Hon. Frank Oliver's opponent in the Dominion elections. PREMIER'S WESTERN VISIT WILL COME TO ALBERTA IF SES- SION CLOSES IN TIM E-CAL- GARY LIBERAL CLUB RECEIVES LETTER KILLED AT NELSON jWm. Power Plant Employee Touched Live Wirt Calgary, March Wilfrid Laurier will doubtless tour the West during the coming summer, and doubtless at, the conclusion of the present session. Joseph Burgess, secretary of the Young LiberjJ club, is in receipt of a letter from the premier in reply to one of invitation and of inquiry. In reply Sir Wilfrid Laurier. states ;hat his visit West depends entirely upon the length of the present, ses-. sion. If it is over as soon as he hopes he will he delighted to come West, and will be delighted to stop in Cal- gary and meet his friends there again. Nelson, B. C., March Ross, an employee of, the West Koot- enay power and Light company at their Bonnington power plant ten miles west of this city was instantl.v killed at 3.30 this afternoon by touch- ing a live wire at the switchboard, while showing some -visitors from Nelson over the plant. Deceased was. 32v years old and came here some years ago from Montreal .where his brother resides. He was married here, three years ago and leaves a wife. Coroner Arthur went down to the plant this evening to investigate but an inquest is unlikely. Deceased, was well -and favorably known here where he resided for. some time before going to Bonning- ton. 'Lund vs. Travis has :a0wn. Also let the ministers been before Mr. Justice Beck in the! supreme court for the last three days. The plaintiffs sued Judge Travis for lor lumber supplied by them for the judge's houses, .which were under contract, by F. J. Short, who ordered the lumber. The defendant, Judge Travis, put in jt counter claim for damages for conspiracy to defraud. After -hearing the evidence, Justice Beck dismissed the plaintiff's claim and .the counter claim, leaving the question of costs to be decided after- ward.'., The decision is a very important one under the mechanics' lien law.- the business men. We do not- Ottawa, Ont., March Hon. believe in-codling the ministers and, the LIST OF DATES OF AL- BERTA FAIRS Calgary, June 29-July 9; Ed- June 23-July" 6; Oko- t'oks, July 10; Innisfail, July 13-14; Wetaskiwin, July 14-15; Red Deer; July 15, U6; Saskatchewan, August 4; Mac- 5, Lethbridge, Aug. 11. 12, 13; Leduc, Sept. The judge refused to follow the 15. qlds. gept. 15, i6; Dids- bury, Sept. 17 ;Raymoud, Sept. 15, 16; Magrath, Sept. 17, 18; Irvine, Sept. 22; Medicine Hat Sept. 22.23.24; Cardston, Sept. of Mr. Justice Stuart in the caee oi: Swanson vs. Mollison and holds that in no case'can a contract- or hekV liable to lien holders for more than tho contract' price, and that the is not bound to see to the aplieatkm of the monies. Like- wise he held that when-the owner for cause takes a contract out of tbc hands of the contractor he is en- titled to ret-iin sufficient to complete the work., and that lien-holders who have' claims at the time of can- cellation 01 the contract share only the balance of the monies unpaid .....by .the .'vwiu'rs at time of such j CftncellatioTi. after, allowing for costs of .completioii. This decision is directly contrary la the vieir held by lumbermen and merchants in general, and should be carefully noted by them. OFFICERS OF REGIMENT QUIT Victoria, B. C... March Col. Hill, commanding the fifth regiment C. A. all.- his "have tfndered their resigna- tions a? a protest ageint the treat- ment 'accorded thcin by the depart- 24, 25; High .River, Sept. -28, 29; Pincher Creek, Sept. 30; Nanton, Oct. 1-2; Priddis-, Oct. 16; Vegreville, Oct. 6, 7; Vermilliou, Oct. 8, 9; Viking, Oct. 13, 14; M'anville, Oct. 14, 15: St.- Albert. Sept. 30-Oct. .1; Stettler. Oct. 1, Oct.. 6, Oct 7, 8; Edmonton, 6, 7, 8; Innis- fail, Oct. 8, 9; Innisfree, Oct. BE3BBBO Of Interest to Women A DAYLIGHT TRAIN SERVICE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES Another Reoort that Wt Are to Have Winnipeg, March have been decided -upon by the C. P. R. which involve a number of altera- tions in Alberta and British Colum- bia, especially along the Crow's Nest line. It is the" to put an a day -pasenger train to' run from Cranbrook to Medicine Hat, to be Clifford Sifton, ex-minister of the in- terior in one oi the most statesman- like utterances ever delivered in the Canadian Parliament, dealt this af- ternoon in an hour's speech with great national problems ;and suggest- ed reforms, the adoption of which would mean much for the Canadian people. If it will have the effect of Parliament devoting more time to such questions instead of carping about what was said and done twenty years ago, it will have served a good purpose. As Mr. Sifton put it, he was more concerned with what could be done now, or in the future than with the past. Mr. Sifton's strong advocacy of the Hudson's Bay route was to be looked for. He has always stood firm- ly by that proposition, and his sug- gestion that the undertaking, be built people as outlined in_ this speech, has been well received here. In taking thit. course, Mr. Sifton does not pretend to be an advocate of government ownership. On the con- trary he-does not believe in taking over works by the government which a passenger are being better managed by private companies. Another important subject discussed by the ex-minister of the interior'was civil service reform which sooner or later must be faced. There is nothing Some Changes in Conduct and Man- agement Proposed by Conven- tion in Calgary Calgary, Sfarch Alberta Agricultural Fair Asoci'ation conclud- ed a most successful convention yes- terday, something like 45 delegates were present, and after the reading of papers, the election of officers for the -ensuing year, resulted as follows: 'EVENING-. FHOCKS In the new evening frocks the plain and clinging effects arc sought after. The general .silhouette must be long aixl 'Slender. The sheer stuiTs are still, in many cases, put the waistband with considerable fulness, the responsibil- ity of dragging' them, down in the proper lines being intrusted to heavy bottom trimmings. Thf underskirt or foundation.' must be in.soft satin or silk, cut aiid fitt- ed in tho approved sheath-skirt fa- shion, so that the sheer stuff will as- sume the proper fold when weighed. THE BELT A belt should not be too deep and a -tall, slender parson is usually long- waisted and the deep belt gives a sort of grotesque length to the waist line. A small person cannot wear the deep girdle belt for the dividing line is completely out of harmony with the rest of the Costume. About the only time a deep belt can be worn is when a' soft dress of chiffon is worn and the girdle bolt has the appearance of being a part of the J O scheduled so as to run through the r -n- A J- Rae, Meaieme Hat; populous .sections on the line, both ways in the day time. Practically all the local business on the line is said to be between Lethbridge and Cranbro.ok, yet the passenger schedule' has always such that trains have passed through the towns giving the bulk of the local business at mast inconvenient hours. It is to remedy this defect that changes are being- made. The pres- BAKED BRJSAD Cltl'UBS Soak stale breadcrumbs, 'in costume and no, harsh outlines are press out the water, taking care, not" to get them too dry. Cut three ojn- ions up into sma.ll pieces, add salt and pepper -with the onions to the breadcrumbs, and stir in three tabJe- spoonfuls of good drippings. Turn into a pudding dish and w bake until done all through. Stirve as a "vege- table with roast or broiled meat. BUTTERSCOTCH'. Wet a pound of brown sugar wkh. a hall-pint of cold wattr and two tablespoonsful of vinegar. togetlier for ten minutes add "four- tttblespoonfuls-cf butter and boi5 til a little- hardens in cokl water.% Pour into buttered and as it mark off ioto squares, -MAPLE .PUDGK Break a pound-of maple syrup bits and stir into a cup of Bring it to a. boil, add a tablespoon- ful of butter and cook it "until u Jit- tie dropped unto cold wa-u-r'is brit-' shown. A one and one-half inch belt I j tie; then, take from the fire aria beat neatest and some can. wear tho one until it begins to granulate. Pour" K. A. Wallace, vice president, HighjiQch belt. Yery should River; E. J: .Fream, secretary-treasur- avoid a bclt entirelyi wboil po8Sibie, er, Innisfail; S. M. Woolf, Cardsion; W. Crow, Lacombe; G. Doze, .Fort Saskatchewan; J. J. Stan ton., Vegreville; S. T, Armstrong, Nanton; W..H. Fail-field, Lethbridge. The following amendments .as to the present provincial .act relative to agricultural societies were passed to- W-i-lCtaail t. a. -fcAAM.uk'-'. ww e. gether witn some new amendements ent mixed tram between Macleod and j e _. on the subject. Cranbrook will be discontinued and having- the waist made to come over the bkirt. This is only possible when one is wearing a costume. If a shirt waist is -worn the belt should bo nar- row and well drawn dowa, in front. The large will find tho belt) into greased paus. eggs, one cup of- butter, two cups of sugar, one cup J of raJsins or dates chopped, one andx a quarter-teaspoons of" cinnamon cloves, one level teaspoon of" sodii sifted in the flour, flour enough to i drop. Bake on buttered tins in pin moro to advantage than a belt quiet oven. Make about siza" of wal- there will not likely: he any material That the" Agricultural Societies Or-1 buckle, for with the belt in the wanted. it she can adjust exact place when -vl, v, A i T: i amended as Ev- change in the It _ ,c will be restored new sched- ule goes into effect.' Another change that is talked of Premier Hazen of New Brunswick Makes His Selection more annoying to the.representatives of the people than political patron- age. Instead of being ji Source of strength to the supporters of the gov- ernment it is a source of weakness, j That has been the experience of all i parties. Mr., Sifton's reference to immigra- ery Agricultural .Society shall hold its annual meeting on the first Wed- nesday of December-in each year at the hour of two o'clock.. That at. least two weeks'" notice of between Calgary and Macleod to con- "k r. j the time and place ol holding the nect with the day trains on this line. JV This will practicauy ajTord a through annual meeting of the society shall be service between points on the Crou-'s Neat and Calgary, while another con- venience will be the restoration of the afternoon train between Calgary and Edmonton, thus giving a through service. between all points on this line and Edmonton, and saving two full given by advertising in at least one days on the return trip points on the Pass and Edmonton. weekly newspaper (if any in- the dis- by poster and by written no- tice to each -'roember, and such ad- ditional notice as the directors may direct. That the officers elected at the an- nual meeting shall consist of ten di- DADU-C j rectors who shall be elected by bal- j lot. Immediately after such annual (meeting the directors socalled shall f A1 1 A 4- RECIPES HOCKS One and one-half cups of'sugar, one cup of melted butter, three eggs bca.t en light, one teaepoonful of soda dis- solved ID three tablespoonsful of boil ing -water, two and one-half cups of flour, one -teuspoonful of allspice, one teiispoonful of ters of a pound of dates chopped'but not too fmc, three-quarters of a pound of English walnuts, mis: well and oake in sheet pans, dropping: on- ly of 'dough in dots on the pan. nut. Rice, Southern fioe on in plenty of boil hard then, put in colander and let cold water run through it, i put back on stove and steam for oiife' hour in double boiler. Every graiA is separate wbenv cooked, this way-'. Cream for oi' .white sugar, two cups of -water, one', egg-spoon cream of tartar one "des-1 sertspoon of vanilla. Boil until 't-hc drops will almost keep 1-heir shape in cold water, then pour into a bowl and stir until white. Pour1 into ix platter and knead into a soft, dough. using icing sugar as flour. Roll ia to balls, pressing half a walnut in. each, or take the stones out of dates i and fill -with the creajii. tiuii wiu oe vrttij.-recei.veu. it wa.t> to that work that he turned his best Ttirriff Will Submit His Evidence John. N. B., "March energies the became rain- St J. D. Hazen was called on this morn ment at Ottawa. It is understood j ing to form a government for New that sergeants have- decided to follow i Brunswick. Mr. Hazen announced the course taken by their officers. Thf1 trouble is of-long standing and it is -the.alleged .'neglect of the authorities to provide the regiment with proper facilities for carrying out the annual training. BANK CHANGES 'High River, March Pool- ey, manager oi the Bank of Commerce hsw transferred to Prince- lon, B. C. A. G-. Verchfre, of Port Perry, On1... is his successor. the make-up of liis cabinet "as fol- lows Premier and. Attorney General, J. D. Hazen. Provincial secretary, J. K. Flem- ing. Public Works. John Morrissey. Surveyor general, W. C. H. Grim- mer. Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr. D. V. Landry. Solicitor Ge'ner'aL H, F: A Supersntentient for AJ! the Estates of the Dominion ister of the interior aud the' success which attended his efforts in that direction is seen today in the rapid development of the Canadian West, made in the; park officials, which It also should be- remembered that though officially announced., is in 1386i immigration was anything but common talk in 'Banff. Howard first vice president, aiid a 'secretary j treasurer, or secretary and treasurer, Ottawa, March M. Finnie, a popular subject, and especially in Eastern Canada. The reorganization of the depart- ment of trade and commerce on such lines as Mr. Sifton suggested with active and trained consular agencies in all foreign countries cannot be brought about too soon. The mere reference to the subject was greeted Without, portfolio; Kobert MaxwelL with applause, showing the House is may not be directors, provided __ that the Board ol Directors may, if Banff, Harch change is see fit increase the number of directors to 15. The persons qualified to vote for officers or to be elected shall be only those who have paid their member- Douglas has been appointed commis- sioner of western parks, .-with juris- 'ship'fee for the ensuing year, diction over the Eocky Mountain, Yo-'l To enable persons to join, the sec- bo, Glacier, Elk and Buffalo parks. The position of superintendent of retary .shall be present at the place appointed for holding such annual the Rocky Mountain park will be fill- meeting, one hour previous to the A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE Fort Dodge, Iowa, March 3uC. Ega.n, member of tho Canadian Government police force, has been in this city tracing H. H. Carder, a former operator, on the Canadian Pacific, -who, it is alleged, caused a. bad wreck, in which three were ago. Carder, Medicine Hat, it is said... failed to deliver orders him .and- two trains crashed. He disappeared at once, and his flight caused a of man- slaughter to be placed against him. He was traced here and the charges vere with United States Corn- Indications killed, two years stationed at NEW SEATS IN Toronto, March. 20.- ONTARIO the re- distribution coramittew today Prem- ier Whitney some- details of the proposed redistribution Oi Ontario constituencies prior to the approach- ing1 election. Ntrw Ontario Is to have two new members Fort Wil- liam and of the TVoods and Port Arthur and Rainy Riv- er, tho two existing- con- stituencies Ixjing- divided into four, Kenora and i'ort Francis in the west ed by Geo. Hunter, who has been! Mr. Douglas' asistant here for some vears. air. Douglas will continue to resine already alive to the great importance, '.n Banff, though his new duties -will of such a step and of how much it! him away from home a good deal, j would mean to the Dominion. A iew minor changes are being of holding such annual meeting assistant general manager of the Bank of Ottawa was .before the Com- mons public accounts committee to- day in connection with a transaction between the- bank and T. A. Burrows, M. P. for Douphin, respecting timber land purchases in Western Canadal Finnie gave evidence as to two cheques bearing on timber berths, No. '1031 for and res- pectively. Burrows had, a small ac- count at the bank but special deposit had been made to cover these two Mr. Sifton has devoted much time recently to the consideration of the all red route'and the House received his views on this question with par- ticular interest, "an was not confined to those with whom j ifin-.tr' among these being a new regu hti. n requiring both the caretake.-.s v wear uniforms with caps and b D, D. Galletly, howe r r for the purpose of receiving .subscript He h'ad. no knowledge of tious- the Imperial Pulp company but Gen- That it be made compulsory for the i Manager Burn, of the Bank of Ottawa had given instructions that letters addressed to company were to be given to the bank. On January 27, 1904, on a similar trans- official auditors of the district to au- dit the boks of the society. That the treasurer's bond must be a guarantee bond and must DC re- interest -which) M not be.deprived of his charaet of Directors. -_ a copy of same being action two cheques tor and placed on file with the Department j on timber berths were of Agriculture after approval bv the'shovn On thc day Burrows had deposited to his credit. The Opposition insisted upon duction of Burrows account by the. Bank of Ottawa, but, chairman Claxt ruled that the bank was not obliged to disclose dealings with its "cus- tomers. The man who knew best about these transactions and cheques .in question was Mr. Burrows himself and the chairman said the member for Dauphin should be neard. On further demand by the Opposition' for Burrows'- accounts, the chairman' ruled against them and appealed tv the committee which resulted in va. vote of-23 to 16 in favor of Chairman Clark's ruling. Maclean, of Lunenburg, .moved, that Mr. Turriff M. P. arid Miss. Munroe.. of the interior department be inoned to give evidence next Wednes-. day. Mr. Turriff expressed .readiness- afe any time to give Park si and Tort Arthur in the east. and Fort William Mr. Sifton is politically associated. From what he said it is fair to assume -h" eastern that this great empire problem of which Canada "is to be the central figure is within a measurable distance of success. Mr. Sifton is a man who does tilings and the fact that he is behind the.all red route means that will be an accomplished fact. STARTS TO SERVE TERM St. Petersburg, March are thai he is now located in Me.xico." some- General whom a court mar-! tial recentlv sentenced to death on Carder is tho operator who was on charges of cowardice and treason in duty at Dvmsriorc Junction and was Surrendering Port Arthur to the Jap- blamed lor- being responsible for the, j but whose .sentence was coni- bad Wreck occurring a year ago last mutr-d by Empo.ror Nicholas to tc-n September, in a cut below J. R. John- years impvboiimyrjt yesterday began ston's just east of Medicine j serving his term in the St. Peter's and j to bfi H liwl-v at the 1 penntcndent, 1 in Alberta the Rockies. some ISO 'miles west of Edmonton, and will be one of Canada's most famous parks. Buffalo park is a short distance east of Battle river, and the govern- ment is now advertising for 80 miles of wire fencing with a view of making it the ultimate home of the big herd of buffalo recently purchased from M. Pablo, of Montana. A superin- Kingnton, Ont., March agi-1 tendent.. of Jasper and Buffalo tatidn for the separation of Queen's parks will be appointed shortly. University from the Presbyterian I Another park which will be in tho church i.s still alive. The half million j charge of the. Commissioner Douglas endowment scheme, is not material- is .Elk Island, on Canadian North- rapidly, the last coming] em. near Edmonton. W- C. Simmons The question "is likely i of that city, h'as appointed su- CLOSE THE BARS Field Secretary of the A. T. and M. League Says Success Will Crown Their Efforts R. His Houses Were Stolen While 111 London, Mar. Mr. John Police Constable Bryant said that Hat. The disastrous consequences to .Engineer Glover, Engineer Rose and his frk'nsL Mr. Oliver, whose injuries ali fatal, are too well remem- bered to nec-d n-pitition. Carder was supposed to have t'aken horse and fled across into''Montana and it was generally known that the police were still on his track. Medicine Hat, March 20.-Sgl. Pat Egan, the well known detective of the R. N. W. M. P. has bi-on across the border for a couple of on a secret mission, the purport of which is now public by following despatch: i semblv when it meets in Winnipeg j Glacier and Yohn paries will in June. SETTLERS' COMING Nortli Portal, Over .set-j tiers frorii American points bound for j i the Canadian North West passed through yesterday. They had fifty cars of settlers' eflV'Cts with them. I unde.r the o.ire of 0- D. Hoar, h .p. been superintendent under I'fuglas for .some time past. i w i Mr Morris Goodwin, of Brondesbury, j went to Willesden Green on Friday, JRdmontoti, "March after having been confined to his o'clock closing of the bar rooms to house for a month with influenza, to ten o'clock dosing to o'clock, after some property at Nos. 296, und from seven o'clock closing- to to-j 2S3 and 300 High Road, consisting of abolition of the bar room anfl small cottages and -wooden buildings, treating sysTcrn. are the steps by the found them gone, which Alberta Tempei and j Moral "HtM'orrn hoj-OK to ac-.' complish its (U-siroil and i on February 10 he saw Morgan pul- ling down these premises. He said to him, "Are you clearing them all away, old to which Morgan replied, "Yes, I have orders to snift 'em." The officer saw him working on the buildings several days, and This was Mr. Goodwin's'.statement the Wilesdun Police Court, when speared to prosecute Joseph Grif- ,hs. his wife Elizabeth, and George or th., liquor trade! ]iying> ius w.il! put. Alhorla in t.Jw Irad in withw a quantity of lumber! cure frovn the provincial government j iidiior trade! one day he saw a building .which he was knocking down fall on him and bury him. He extricated Morgan and found that he was not much hurt. He went on with his work and pulled T down all the n" Mrs. Griffith told the Magistrate hibitibn. fit (if the principles of pro- unci Tin: ton o'clock closing ;il- I that fifteen people were engaged in ready soured will N1 followed by fur i her frfi'orts at restriction next vear. RAYMOND NEWS Kaymoii'J, called the has just been BAGGAGE TO EDMONTON Kdmonton. March j on April 1st all baggage, coming and j going out of Edmonton on the C- P. R. may be checked direct to and from j Kdmonton. This announcement wa; I made yesterday by J. Sharpe, baggage j of the C. P. at, Winnipeg who i pointment of Mayor v A society is in the city at present with E. V. John, chairman of St. John school h dc-! board with W. H. Truman as judge of 1 ljtlS- FIRE AT CARRiNGTON, N. D. in COUIKHTLJOU Pros hyl..--rian Church for th" Vounff Ijiid- rfield, agent of the baggiige partment of the C. P. R. at N. D.. MVirch WOULDN'T APPOINT THEM of Mr. Goodwin. Mr. Goodvin stated that he found the buildings "completely wiped off the The buildings were permanent and heavily tiled, and damag- es had been done. More than twenty removing the property. CONDUCTOR KILLED Orilia, March Trunk conductor Mobney, of Lindsay, was killed in the yards here while He was 25 old. married only about a year. He timber had been removed. [leaves a widow and infant child. Court, W. P. Jones., as Sn- arrangng To answer rho questions of some are jies.. They hold their alternate Fridays. Mr. .Tiimes Snuiulf.-rs. meetings on i scheme. the details of thc new j prcme jCourt reporter, and W. J. Ma- honey Vs equity court reporter; but that when the norves fail or Bjspepsia or towards Canada, it e.r, to Uie nisli wwuld to send half a, car-load of commission :ind n-cords of many special harness mtr.k- i of orders, at this season Ihi1 year, has just hafl fixed a hard wax machine, which burns the work out very quickly. WALTER SCOTT RETURNS New York, March 21.--Walter Scott, premier of the province of Saskatch- ewan, Dr. McLean Hamilton and Mrs. Lieutenant Governor Tweedie refused j Indigestion must always follow. But, j i to sanction them on the jrround that. .saroe weak inside j it was unconstitutional. -All vacan- cies, consequently, will be by thc government. i .fTi.iTnnhn'y tlio anthorftss. wore I lut-n-t among1 many i dny Thursday ovoninpf the Doni- Oihcr things ii.skod of a government 'omedy Company presented bc- orticinl, is tho price l.he of in l.hat an i.-vcellcnt comedy "Jly Xi-ohcu-'s Mr. "I's thnro hunting and fishing in t'nat, Francis Murray' ynd Miss c.ountry atui what, is your gnme and i.su fish many more similar Thorc ivparding land, climatf., homesteads, j casion.s nnd the TVooclnifi'n of th'e World. Inuphinj l, took iho princijHU parts. iv iarufc houses on oc- cvrcyonc, went passeiigej's on the steamer Adriatic, i which arrived from Europe today. Minimi's Liniment Co.. -Limited. Have used MIXARD'S LINIMENT for Croup; found nothing equal to it. sure cure. nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative, j then how quickly will 1 return. Weak Tleurt and Kidney nerves win also be strsngthened with the Heart pains. KILLED ON THE RIO GRANDE i palpitation or Kidney wea.fcnos.-5 is-j El Paso, Tcxns, March found. Don't drag iStomach, customs inspectors Charles Logan stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That j and Charcls Jones fought, a pistol is Go to of these) dud in the dry bod of thc Rio Grande jailmenta. Sirengthen thwc inside rivrr in this city last night and both'nerves -with Dr. Shoop's were killed. The bodies were iound and "well. A simple ringJe test Chas. K. Sharp, j today. It is supposed that each mis-j will irwrtly tell. Ifawkshaw, X. II., Sept. .1st, 1005. ft'r All Dealers '.o the public made specially for lu The patterns on designed, controlled, aud refristcrc.- b" tis O'ur colored shirts are made with soft, pleated, and short and stiff bosoms Tooke Shirts arc made in'a clervn up-to- date plant where thc floors are scrubbed made in sweat sh >ps. The Neglige Coat Shirt is becoming very popular. 11 wears longer, looks bettor, and gives more comfort than any otbcr 17 TOOKE BROTHERS. LIMITED MONTREAL. ;