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Array Flint's Laxative Fig Syrup
■ * ****** ooeoooeoooooooooooo
A 701181/ Vegetable Laxative.
PU_-*-i_t to the taste. Efficient In action.
Especially adapted to delicate women and chi'dreu.
26c a bottle.
M. A. W. Co., Ltd.
'Mt.  Pleasant Postoffice Drug Store.
Free Delivery to any part of the city. n
Devoted to tha interests of Mt. Pleasant, Central Park, South Van
Single Copy 5c, Three Honths 33c, Six Months 50c, Per Year Si
Established April 8th, 1890.   Whole No. 322.
itt. Pleasant, Varc Oliver,   6.   0„   Saturday,   June 10,
Always Something:
to interest you ovexy wee!; jn Vim -,i "••".'■ ■*
among the Local Items, ;■': ■■A-.:-...-■:. items,
Woman's Untiii!, or the Continued Stow. The
Advertisemeuts will keep you posted 00 whan*
to go for bargains in all lines.
The subscription price is within the reach of all
Delivered anyvrbero in the Oity, the Dominion'
the United States or Great Britian for $1 a year
* (Seventh Year.)   Vol. 7, No. 10.
aW Subscribers are requested to
report any carelessness in the delivery
of "The Advocate."
Changes for advertisements should be
ln before Thursday noon to insure their
Local Items.
Tho McOnaig Anction and Commission Oo., Ltd., nexttoCarneigo Library,
Hastings street, boy Fnrnitnre for Cash,
Co_l.nct Auction Sales and handle
Bankrupt Stocks of evory description
Satisfaction guaranteed.   Phoue 1070.
Mrs. Chas. Rummel aud  little Elsie
Rutnmel are spending; the  summer on
._«» ranch of Mr. J. Ball   near Abbots-
Dr. N. Allan received a telegram ou
Friday morning containing tho sad news
of tlie death of his brother, Asaph
Allen, at Lewis Port, Newfoundland.
He wns just 22 years of nge.
—Don't fail to attend the Strawberry
and Ice Cream Festival, Jnne 16th.
The services at Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Chnrch on Sunday will be conducted
by Mr A J Periard, who will preach
at both services.
Mr. Gorrio has opened a Harness
Store in the new Drost Buildiug on
Ninth avo tne. He has a fnll stock lu
his lino and of the best quality.
Mj. C. J McKay, the genial Mt.
P'ensnn t Postmaster, leaves this Sal or-
day morning for a tou days holiday to
the Lewis and Clarke Exposition at
Portland, nnd Sound Cities. It is rumored "he will uot come bnck alone"—
there will bo other people ou the trniu.
About seventy members of the local
Councils of the Canadian Order of
Chn. en Friends hnve chartered a car
ood will go over to New Westminster
on Weduesday of next week to be pre-
sent at the installation of the Oflicers of
the newly organized Westminster Coun
oil C. O. C. F.
The Wonun's Auxiliary of Mt. Plensaut Presbyterian Church will hold a
Strawberry aud Ice Cream Festival, and
an Apron Sale, ou Thursday afternoon
and eveniug of uoxt week. Music will
lie a specinl feature uud the affair promises tu be one of the best opeu air socials
of the season.
■    . 1 . v;ot—	
Mrs. S. A. McLagan, late proprietor
of the Daily World, expects to leave
next week for the East, to bo absent
perhaps threo mouths. Mrs. McLagau's
retirement from "The World" is regretted by mauy friends who have known
how earnestly and untiringly her efforts
have beeu directed for good through the
medium of the press, aud iu her many
positions  iu  different  Societies.
We hnve the vory cream of the best
Canadian aud American designs nud
mokes iu the Spring and Summer styles
of shoes fur Meu, Women, Misses and
Childrou   R  MILLS, 18 Cordova street
Arrangements for tbe Annual Anniversary Services of the Independent
Order of Foresters, on the 18th, are progressing favorably. All members of the
Order iu the city nre urgently requested
to attend. Companion Court Breaside
is taking a leading part iu arranging the
Anniversary .Services and all lady members of the Order in Vnnoonvor are expected to attend the service. Rev. Dr.
Fraser will deliver the sermon for the
— :o;	
NOTIOB. Mr.W.J. Taggart hns opened his Soda Fount for the season where
you cun get the Choicest Ice Cold
Drinks. Fruits, Candies, Tobaccos,
Pipes and Cigars, nlso Stationery and
School Supplies all of tho best quality.
Cor. Westminster uud Ninth avenues.
Mr. W. D. Muir has sold his Grocery
Store to Mr. Jos. Smith, a well-known
dealer iu this Hue, and will give his
undivided attention to the Bakery.
Duriug thu summer special attention
will bo given to supplying Picnic Parties
with pastry. In this issue Mr. Jos.
Smith makes his announcement to Mt.
Pleasant people; read his advertisement.
-— :oi—'•
Mrs.Hurstahd ohildron from Wiroton,
Out., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Ran, Eightli avenne. Mrs Hurst is
a sister of Mrs. Rae and Mrs. Muddell.
Her little sou had a thrilling experience
before reaching Revelstoke. The little
lad who is about 10 years-old aud a vory
bright boy, wcut out and sat on the steps
of the oar ;he thinks he fell asloop,but tho
flrst he remembers is running after the
departing train. Ai Rovelstoke tba boy
was missed aud nu engine was sent back
and Muster Allan found wundoriug in
the bush undauntedly attempting to
follow the O. P- R , fast express.
tbe Spring and Summer stylos for Mou,
Women, Misses aud Children, we have
opened up. Kemomber the "Watchword" of this storo—satisfaction or I
yonr money refunded. R, MILLS,
the Shoe-man,  18  Cordovat greet.
i   NEW  YORK   I
"—j DENTISTS j""'
Our Gold Crown and
Bridge work i&KL,"
We hnve a Specialist in this branch of
the dental profession who has a world
wido reputation for his high-class work,
This Class of Work ik Guaranteed
for a life-time.
BEEN THE SAME for High-olass
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely painless, and all otber dental
work done b- Specialists who are nil Graduate Dentists, holding
Specialists'I.iploinns, uud licensed by the Board of Dental Examiners
for British Columbia.
Give ns a call and let ns show you samples of our work. Then judge
for yourself.
147 Hastings St. Telephone 1566.
Branch OfHoe: coruer Abbott aud Hastings streets.
Office Hours: 8 a. 111., to 0 p. m.;  Sundays 9 a. m., to,2 p. m.
The Board of Works has ordered the
following work to be doue in Ward V.,
as a result of the passngo of the streot
improvement by-law:
Ninth avenue, clear and grade, from
St. Catherine street to Clarke Drive,
five blocks; estimated cost $1 000.
Ontario street, from Lome to Front
streets, two blocks, rock and grade;
estimated cost $700.
Seventh aveuue. from Westmiuster
aveuue to Bridge street, grade: estimated cost* 1.000.
"Tho Advocate" wishes any carelessi
ness iu delivery reported to tho Office;
telephoue B1405.
Sunday School Anuivers; ry Services
will be held in Ml. Pleas mt Methodist
Church ou Suuday _titua SBlh. The
children will decorate tlie church with
flowers, not jnst around the pnloit bnt
entire church auditorium. Professor
G. P. Hicks is truing a children's choir
for tho occasion. Ou Tm sda.v June
27th, the Annual Picnic will bo held at'
the new park iu North Vancouver.
Mr. I. Becker is arranging an unique
picnic for Snnday to Boweu Island.
Any oue wishing to go w ill be heartily
welcome. A collection v. iii bo taken
nmong the gentleuieu to pay for the
boat, and tho ladies are expected to provide refreshments. The bout will Ioave
the slip at the foot of Gore aveuue at
9 a. ui.
Before starring on a sinippiug tour,
look over tbo advertisements in the
Mnd.imo DeGn_<di'.n, the f .-llionable
Modisle v. ilh the G. I. Wi!.-"U Store, is
tnruiug ont very stylish costumes f. r
Vauyonver Indies You eau get elegant
dress goods aud havo them made in the
very latest modes at this store; everything at cut-prices—80S Hastings streot.
McKinnon's Ice Cream Parlor hns
opeued for the reason. Best cream
tvlwiis on band. Opposito No. 8 Fire
Hall, Ninth avenne.
Mrs. Joeliu nrrived from Detroit,
Mich., ou Suuday last to stay with her
daughter Mrs. W. Davis who has beeu
seriously ill for several mouths. She
was accompanied by littlo Miss Vivian
Davis who lias beeu iu London,Out.
Wallpaper at Cost I—Paper-
hanging nud Painting.— W. DAVIS,
164 Ninth avenue.   'Phone B1679.
Fox Bros. & Co , Feed Merchants of
Hastings street, east, have opeued a
brunch store on Westmiuster avonue, iu
the store formerly occupied by Mr Wm.
—Music, Strawberries and Ice Cream,
Thursday nfternoon nnd evening, Jnne
16th. Como und spend a .pleasant evening. Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
Mr. Bob Gillman returned on Monday
from a three, tnoutbs stay at Field.
WANTED: Board and room 011 Mt.
Pleasant, or a tarnished room centrally
located. Addross X. C, "Advocate"
Mt. Pleasant Branch
Capital 18.000.000.    Reserves *8.802.743.
A General Banking Business
Savings Bank Department.
7 to 8 o'clock.
W. A. WARD, Manager.
—Strawberry and Ico Cream Festival,
also Apron Sale. Thursday Juue 15th,
on Mt Pleasaut Presbyterian Church
grounds.   Musical program.
Mrs. N. Martin gave a very pleasant
and successful tea at her home 2784
Westminster aveuue 'on Wednesday
afternoon in aid of the Helping Hand
Ftind of Alexandra Hive L. O. T. M.
Mrs Martin was assisted by Mrs.
J. Drauey.
The following have been elected tho
officers of Mt. Pleasant Lodge No. 19,
I. O O. F., for the ensuing term;
Noble Grand, G. W. Jnmieson; Vice-
Grand, T. Sawell; Recording Socrtary,
F. Trimble; Financial Secretary, R. H.
Pool; Treasdrer, G. H. Middloiuiss.
Attention is called to the advertisement of Mrs W. W. Merkley iu this
issne of Ihe "Advocate." Mrs. Merkley
has secured the services of a first-class
Milliner and desires Mt, Pleasant ladies
to place their orders with her.
Any oue having friends or knowing
of  straugers visiting on Mt. Pleasant
will confer a great favor by informing
'The Advocato."   Telephone B1406.
Mr. W H Sim has opened a new
Grocery Store on Ninth avehue(betweeu
Westmiuser avenne aud Westminster
road) in the new Drost Building.
Everything in groceries perfectly fresh.
Give this store a call.
Mr. Chas Wentworth Sard has associated with him iu -business Mr.: C B.
Lamberton, formerly with -Messrs.
Clarke & Stuart. The new firm will
continue to do business at the Granville
street stand.
A numbor of the young people of
St. Michael's Church will hold a picnio
nt Second Beach this Saturday afternoon, weather permitting. They will
meet at the church at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. G. Clayton Lcouard's friends
will be glad to hear sho is homo from
tho Hospital, and rapidly convalescing
from the serious operntiou sho underwent a few weeks ago.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence left
on Tuesday morning for the East,
where thoy will remaiu until Soptem-
bor visiting relatives aud frionds.
Mrs. Spaulding of Ninth avenue, returned from a short visit to Summer-
land, this week.
Mrs. Cnruworth of Eighth avenue, is
convalescing from a severe attack of
The sad news was received this week
by Mr. T. F. Jull _uf tlie death of his
brother R. S. Jull, at Denver, Colorado.
Mr. H. P, DePencier left on Tuesday
for a cruise up the Coast, aud will be
absent about two weeks.
Mrs. F, Rimer of Winnipeg, sister
of Mrs. W. B. Steel, Quebec street, is
visiting in the city.
i-ioeal Advertising 10c a line each issue
Displny Advertising $1.26 per inch
per month.
Notices for Church aud Society Entertainments, Leotures, etc.,   where
will be cliai-ged for.
All   Advertisements sre ruu regularly
nud charged for u-itil ordered they
be discontinued.
Transient   Advertize™   must   pay   in
Notices ot BirthR, Marriages, and Deaths
published free of charge.
Keep Out the Flies!
SCREEN   DOORS   and   WINDOWS   Just   arrived.
When we ordered these goods wo were thinking of yon and just
■what you wonld like. We feel sure yon will not lie disappointed
when yon see our stock. It will pay you to place yonr order early
while the stock is complete.
A full line of Lawn Mowers at the best possible price.
<J.   mm   ■ i-l- I   I a STORE. Tel. 447.
W. R. OWENS, Manager.
direct from the grower. We have secured the entire crop
from one of the best Strawberr}* growers in B. C, and
will have Good Fresh Berries every day throughout
the season.
Good Butter, i-lb prints, 25c.
H.O. Lee,
2425  Westminster Ave.
'Phone  322
28SKht Central Heat flarket
Cor. Ninth Ave., & Westminster Rd.   Telephone 954.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats.    Fresh Vegetables always
on hand.   Orders solicited from all parts of Monnt Pleasant and Fairview.
Prompt Delivery.
Woodrow & Wi-UTams. ^Eg1*
This Week
We are selling Strawberries,  Cherries,
Gooseberries,   Pineapples,  Cucumbers,
Ripls Tomatoes, Rhubarb.
When you want New Fruits 1 ir Vegetables this is the place to get
. them-   Auother shipment of CHOICE  DAIRY  BUTTER
J. P. Nightingale & CO.
Westminster & Seventh Aves.   Mt. Pleasant.
Telephone  1880.
Special Lines * At Special Prices
Muslin Costum^s-_-15 only Ladies' Muslin Costumes, made and trim-...
mod in a variety of'colors; regnlar $4.50, |5.00, $5.50, ssle price $4 each
Silk Belts---Ladies' Silk Belt, cardinal, brown, navy, white aud black; *
sale price 85c feRcb.
Stock Collars—Ladies' Silk Stock Collars, iu a large variety of styles
aud colors, worth up to $1.60, cleariug for 50c each.
ADOCQ Jfc  CC\     30, 3a and 34 Cordova St.
.   ISSJja t_V yy«. Telephone 574.
 -v — —— —. — -T leiepnone 574. ^
4d______j____________: _£_?____________________________
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Peters' Boot and
Shoe Store KsE*.
A Good-. Stock of
nlways  on hand.
Our    Own    Handmade
Boots    and   Shoes    are
second to   none in   the
Repairing a Specialty.
2456 Westmiuster avenue.
Lawn Grass Seeds
Clover and Timothy Seeds,
Pratt's Poultry and Animal Foods.
Pratt's Lice Killer,
Holly CJhielt Food, BoofscrnpB, Etc.
SI/CITH Corner' NINTH iveitlie   A
T.I.phone   183 7. 	
Store and    *
Office Fixtures
«£ a specialty
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
(Cabinet Maker.)
SHOP: 48 Eighth Aveuue.
'Phono nl206.     Mt. PLEASANT.
I   Fresh Bread |
8   and Cakes     j
f       DAILY AT DODSON'S  t
I   Mt. Peasant Bakery, Ninth Ave.   I
S   Botween W'Mlm'r. ato. * Wentm'r. P.rt.   J'
The Ladies' Aid of Mt. Pleasant
Methodist Church held a most success
ful Strawberry and Ice Cream Sale on
Thursday afternoon and eveuiug A
Sale of Work in connection with tho
affair brought in a uico sum. Tho af-
teruoou and evening proved warm and
tho strawberiiob aud ice cream especially wero the real thing. The Woman's
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church
attended iu tbe afternoon, after their
meeting beld at the ohurch, and patronized the Methodist ladies. The proceeds
amounted to about $120. Oreat credit
is due to the various Committees for the
success of the Salo nnd for the able wny
in which they discharged their duties.
10: ■
Miss A. Smith of Denver, Col, ls
visiting in the city
J. McIntohh & Sons have removed
their monumental works from Westmiuster Road to Westmiuster Avenue,
(oruer of Duffeciu, where thoy will
continue to manufacture idi kiuds of
granite and marble mouuuieuts iu tho
latest and most artistic designs. The
new stand is very convouieutly situated
for tbe public, being on the direct car
line, and the Arm carry tbe largest stock
of monnmenta in British Columbia.
J. McINTOSH & SONS, Westminster Aveuue, coruer of Dnfforiu.
iMiUMUUJUiU    I    CA
3 pounds for 25c.
Everything else equally low.
The Citv Grocery Co. Ltd-
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
Toi. gee.
Westminster Ave. A Princess Street.
THE BEEK Without a Peer.
Brewed right here in Vaucouver by men of years
and years and years experience, and a brewery whose
plant is the most perfect known to the Art of
Brewing. Is it any wonder that it has taken a place
in the hearts of the people which no other beer c&n
supplant ?    Doz., quarts $2. Doz., pints $ I.
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd.
$.      Vancouver, B. C.   i
For Sale at all first-class Saloons,
delivered to your house.
I    Tel. 429       A
-liquor Stores aud Hotels or
' King's
Market j
33a 1 Westminster Ave.
Mt. Pleasant.
Tel. alilOO.      Prompt Delivery.
-. E. H. Peace, Proprietor.
\    Wholesale and Retail
S Dealer in
*   Meats of AH Kinds.
A Vegetables  and   Poultry
J   py ttfi in season. a*» Jjd
Central Park.
Oentral Park, Juno 8th.
Fruit growers in this locality aro busy
picking and shippiug strawberries iu
The many frieuds of Rev. J. G. Reiil
will sympathize very deeply wilh him
iu his sad bereavement of tiie death
of his aged mother in the East.
Rov. Mr. Bell of Sapporton, has almost completed tho building of his residence on Smith avenne, and will move
over from Snpperton in tho course of a
week or two.
Somo enthusiastic youug ladles are
endeavoring to organize a Baseball
Oiub. Should their efforts be successful
some very exciliug matches ure autioi
pa ed during Ihe summer.
A. E. Bnchnunu &Co., have decided
ttXgive up their grocery business nbout
Jury 1st, after which a prominent Vaucouver fjtocery ilrm will opeu up iu the
same premises.
We qnestiou if there have been
mahy weddings within a reasonable distance of Vanconver ln
many years in which a Wod~
ding Gilt from "Trorey's" has
uot played a prominent part.
Indeed ono conld fairly say the
majority of the gifts wero from
And speaking of .Wedding Gifts,
it is a sonrec of the keenest satisfaction for a prospective brido to
open np a parcel and find the
word "Trorey" stamped upon
the article itself. She knows she
has n gift worth while.
Corner Hastings and Grauvi.le _3ts.
Official Watch Inspector O. P. R.
McTaggert & Moscrop
344 Carrall St.,     Vancouver. B.C.
Templeton Block.
Bolh service, will   bo  condurted by
the  pastor,   Rov, A. E.   Hethorlngton
Morning subject:  "A Basket   of   Sum
mer Fruit" ; eveuing subject: "Olirisl
FIour^Feed Store
2.86 Westminster ave., 'Phone 641.
2C7 Hustings slreet,  east,  'Phone 718.
Ki.kcwoi.y_.ih PARIAH of Hairdress
ing, Manicuring, Facial Massage and
Scalp Treatment for Ladies and Gontlo-
men. Sti[>erIluoiiK lutir, warts and
moles removed by Electrolysis,
Valuable information given to every
lady patron od "How to take osre ot
Skin Food for building np the wasting
tissue. Orange Flower Cream to pre-
vont nnd heal sunburn.
M_j>a_-_ Humphreys, 689 Granville
Hive No. 7, Lndies' of the Maccabees,
has changed its regular meeting nights
from the 1st aud 3d Fridny evenings to
the 1st aud Ud Mouday evenings of
each month, anil will i" future meet iu
Mason's Hull, comer Ninth avenne mill
Quebec stroet, instead of the Oddfellows' Hull.
Langworthy of Lnckhow, India, will
givo an address, discriptive nf her
navels and Missioiuiry labors in that
country, Monday 8 p. m. All are
Lehcihton.—Born to Mr. aud Mrs.
1/ iglitnu of Comox, at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Thomas, Eleventh avenue,
east, June 3d, a daughter.
Royal Crown
thk Best in thk World. Drop
ns a post card asking for a
Catalogue of Prcmintns to be
had free for Rotai. Crown
Soap WltJ-PPmig,
with a stock of fresh, new
lit. Pleasant Mall, (Postoffice.)
Leaves at 6 a.m., 11 a in., a 6:30 p.m
Arrives at 11 u. in., aud 3 p. m.
Telephone Numbers of Local llinl.
B1794-R.V. (_. It. Wll'on.(Anglican).
lOfii—llov. Q. A. trillion, .F.e.i_ytori*n).
Hl.l'l - N-iv  A   B. HulIii rniKloii, (MoluodUlV
and invite you to call an^
inspect    our  goods   aad
W- H. SIM,
246   Ninth avenvg, east,
Read the New York Dental Parlors
advertisement iu this paper, then go to
New York Dental Parlors for you| wor^' ■0WMMMW
The Filigree Ball
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— I-
Miss Tattle's head fell and a soft
flush broko through the pallor of her
cheek. .
••Because I was thinking of him,
Because I was terrified for him. 11*
had loft the house the morning be- ]
foro in a half-maddened condition
and had not como back to sleep ot
eat since. I did not know what a
man so outraged in every sacred feeling of Iovo aud honor might lis
tempted to do. I thought of suicide
I remembered the old house and how:
he had said, 'I don't believe her. I
don't believe she ovor did so coldblooded an act, or that uny suet
dreadful machinery is ill that houso.
I nover shall beliove it till 1 havo
seen and handled it myself, lt Is a
nightmare, Cora. We are insane.' I
thought of this, sirs, and when I
went into hor room, to chunge tin
place of tho little 11018 in rue -.-.-a.,
I went to his bureau drawer, not to
look for the pistol—I did not think
of that then—but to see if the keys
of the Mooro house wero still there.
1 know that they wero kopt in this
drawer, for I had been present in ths
room when thoy were brought in after tho wedding. I had also been
short-sighted enough to conclude that
if they were gone it was ho who had
taken them. They wore gone, and
that was why I flow immediately
from the house to ths old placo in
Waverley Avenuo. I was concerned
for Mr. Jeffrey! I feared to find him
there, demented or dead."
"But you had no key."
"No. Mr. Jeffrey had taken one of
them and my flster the other. But
tha lack of a key or even of a light
—for the missing candles were not
taken by mo*—could not keep me at
homo after I was once convinced that
he had gone to this dreadful house.
If I could not get in -I could at least
hammer at tho door or rouse ths
neighbors. Something must be done.
I did not think what; I merely flew."
"Did you know that the house hod
two keys?"
"Not then."
"But your sister did?"
"And finding the only key, as you
supposed, gone, you flew to the
Mooro house?"
"And now what else?"
"1 found the door unlocked."
"That was dono by Mrs.  Jeffrey?"
"Yes, but I did not think ot her
"And you went in?"
"Yes; it was all dark, but I felt
my way till I came to tho gilded pillars."
"Why did you go thero?"
"Because I felt—I knew—if he were
anywhere in that houso ho would be
"And why did you stop?"
Her voico rose above its usual
quiet pitch  in shrill  protest:
"You knowl you know! I heard a
pistol-shot from within, then a fall.
I don't remember anything else. Thev
say I wont wandering about town.
Perhaps I did; it is all a blank to
mc—everything is a blank till the policeman said that my sister was dead
and I learned for the first time that
the shot I had hoard in the Moore
bouse was not the sitrnal of .his
death, but hers. Had I been myself
when at that library door." sbe added, after a moment of silence, "I
would have rushed in at the sound of
thnt shot and have received my sister's dying breath."
*Wo nftprwii'-ii.i found tlint these cfin'Hot
wore never (l.l.vei-e.l nt fit* It line nt
nl.; thnt tliey liul lici n i Iti'dl :n tbe wrung
t-askct nnd  left  In u neighbor! -t.  kitctien.
"Coral" Tho cry was Irom Mr.
Jeffrey, uud seemed to ue quite involuntary, "in the weeks during
wni. h wo have been kept noiii speaking together 1 lia\o turned all those
events over in iny mind till 1 longed
for any respite, even that of Uio
grave. But In all my thinning 1 never attributed this motive to your
visit here.    Will you forgive me?"
Thero was u new tone in his voice,
a tone which no woman could hear
without emotion.
"You had otlier things to think
of," sho said, and her lips trembled.
Never havo I seen on tho human faco
a more beautiful expression than 1
saw on hers at that moment; nor do
I think Mr. Jeffrey had either, tolas he marked it his own regard softened almost to tenderness.
Tho major hud no timo for sentimentalities. Turning to Mr. Jeffrey,
ho said:
HS&JBfM'9 question before we send
for*' flHmSrter which you suy will
give full insight into your wife's
crime.^jljo you remember what oc-
jmJ'jBjPlBrTlie bridge al Georgetown
ust bBfbre' you ciimo into town thut
Il*&ni>k bis hoad.
"IJia you moot ar.y ono thero?"
'i&^° not know."
'TSin you remember your state ol
'.'I Was facing the future."
"And what did you seo in tho future?"
"Death. Doath for hor and death
for me! A crimo was on her soul and
sho must die, and if she, then myself. 1 kaow no other course. 1
could not summon tho police, point
out my brido of a fortnight and,
with tho declaration that she had
boen betrayed into killing a man,
coldly deliver hor up to justice.
Neither could I livo at hor side
knowing tho guilty secret which
parted us; or live anywhere in thu
world undor this sume consciousness.
Therefore, I meant to kill myself he-
fore .another sun rose. But sho was
more deeply stricken with a sense of
her own guilt than 1 realized. Wheu
1 returned homo for the pistol which
was to ond our common misery I
found that she had taken her punishment into her own hands. This
strangely affected nie, but when I
found that, in doing this, sho had
remembered that I should havo to
face the world after sho was gone,
and so left a few lines for mo to
show in explanation of her act, my
revolt ugujusf her received a checl.
which the lending of her lotter only
increased, Hut tha lines she thus
wrote and left wero not true linos.
All hor heart was mine, and if it
wus a wicked hourt she bas atouod
He paused, quite overcome.' Others
amongst us wero overcome, too, but
only for a moment. The following
remark from the district attorney
soon recalled us to the practical aspects of the case.
"You havo accounted for many
facts not hitherto understood. But
there is still a very important ono
which neither yourself nor Miss Tuttle has yet made plain. There was
a candlo on the scene of crime; it
was out when this officer arrived
hero. Thoro was also one found burning in the upstairs room, aside from
the ono you professedly used in your
tour of inspection thoro. Whence
came those cundlos? And did your
wife blow out tho one In the library
herself, previous to the shooting, or
was it blown out afterword and by
othor lips?"
--'llieSO   a»c    <j- >__.(;„„_    which,    no     I
hove already said, 1 havo no means
ot answering," repeated Mr. Jeffrey. "The courage which brought
lur here may have led her to supply
horsclf with light; and hard as it is
to conceive, she may oven have
found nerve to blow out tho light
beforo sho lifted the pistol to her
Tho district attorney and tho major looked unconvinced, and tho lat-
tor, turning toward Miss Tuttle,
asked if she had any remark to mako
on the subject.
But she could only repeat Mr. Jeffrey's statement.
"Thoso are questions I can not answer either. 1 have said that I stopped at the library door, which means
that I sow nothing of what passed
Horo the major asked whero Mrs.
Jeffrey's loiter was to be found. It
was Mr. Joflrey who replied:
"Search in my room for a book
with au outside cover of paper still
on it. You will probably find it on
my table. The iuner cover is red.
Bring that book horo. Our secret is
hidden in it."
Durbin disappeared on this errand.
I followed him as far as the door,
but I did not think it necessary to
state that I had seen this book lying on the table when I paid my
second visit to Mr. Jeffrey's room in
company with tho coroner. Tho
thought that my hand had been
within reach of this man's secret so
many weoks before was sullicicntly
humiliating without  being shared.
chapter" XXIV.
I mado niy way to the front door,
but returned almost immediately,
Drawing tho major aside, 1 whispered
a request, which led to a certain
small article being passed over to
mo, after which I sauntered out on
the sloop just in time to encounter
the spruce but irate figure of Mr.
Moore, who hud crossed from tho
opposite side.
"Ah!" said' L "Good morning!"
and made him my most deferential
Ho glared and Itudge glared from
his place on the farther curb. Evidently tho police were not in favor
with the occupants of tho cottage
that morning.
"When is this lo cease?" he curtly
demanded. "When are these early-
morning trespasses upon an honest
citizen's property coming to an end?
I wake with a light heart, expecting
that my house, which is certainly as
much mino as is any man's in Washington, would be banded over this
vory day for my habitation, when
what do I seo-ijrono police offjeor leaving the front door and another sunning himself in tho vestibule. How
many moro of you  are  within I do
not presume to ask. Somo half-
dozen, no doubt, ond not ono of you
smart enough to wind up this mot-
tor and have done with it."
"Ah! I don't know about that,"
I drawled,  and looked  very wise,
His curiosity  was aroused.
"Anything now?" ho snapped.
"Possibly," I returned, iu u way
te exasporato a sulat.
Ho stepped on to tlio porch boside
me. 1 was too abstracted to notice;
1 was engaged in eyeing Hudge.
"Do you know," said I, after an
instant of What I meant should be
ono of uncomfortablo suspense on
his part, "that I have a greater re-
spoct than ever for that animal ol
yours since learning tho vory good
mason ho has for refusing to cross
tho stroet?"
"Ha! what's that?" ho asked, with
a quick look behind him ut the
watchful linn i- si raining toward him
with nose over tho gutter.
"He sees farther than wo can. His
eyes pciictruto walls and partitions,"
I remarked. '1 hen, carelessly and
with the calm drawing forth of a
folded bit of paper which I hold out
toward him, 1 added: "By the way,
here is something of yours."
His hand rose instinctively to tak*
it; then dropped.
"I don't know what you mean,"
ho remarked. "Vou havo nothing of
"No? Then John Judson Moore
had another brother." And 1 thrust
the paper back into my pocket.
He followed il wilh his e.vo. lt
was the memorandum I had found in
the old book of memoirs plucked
from tho library sholf within, and
he recognizod it for his and saw that
I did also. But bo failed to show ths
whito feather.
"You ore good ot ransacking," he
obsorvod; "pity that it con not be
done to moro purpose."
I smiled and made a frosh start.
With my hand thrust again into my
pocket, I remarked, without eten so
much as a glance ot him:
"1 fear that you do some injustice
to tbo polico. Wo aro not such bad
fellows; neither do wc wasln as much
timo as you seem to thinlf.." And
drawing out my hand, with tho littlo filigree ball in it, I whirled the
latter innocently round and r (fluid on
my finger. As it Hashed undor his
cyo, I cast him a penutrating look.
He tried to carry the moin.nt oil
successfully; I will givo him so much
credit. Hut it was asking too much
of his curiosity, and there Was no
mistaking tho eager glitter wfcich
lighted his glance as he saw within
hie reach this article which a moment before he had probably regard-
«.. J_ Iw.t iaravv.    ..._ . . .    	
"r'or instance," 1 won*, en, wat-cn-
ing him furtively, though quite sure
from his vory first look that he
knew no more now of the Secret of
this little ball than he know when he
jotted down the memorandum I had
just pocketed before Irs eyes, "a
little thing—such a little thing as
this," I repeated, giving, the bauble
another twist—"may lead to discoveries such as no coramcli search
would yield in years. I do not say
that it has; but such a thing is
possible, you know;   who b-stler?"
My nonchalance was too much for
him, He surveyed me wrth covert
dislike, and dryly observed:
"Your opportunities hava excee-lod
mine, even with my iiifn elicits.
That petty trinket which _fou hnvo
presumed to flaunt in my face—and
of whose value I am tho worst judge
in the world since I have nover hud
it in my hand—descended te me with
the rest of Mrs. Jeffrey's property.
Your conduct, therefore, strikes . ino
in the light of an impertinence, especially as no ono could bo supposed
to havo more interest than myseU in
cognized as a ramily talisman."
what has been for many years re-
"Ah," I remarked. "You own to
the memorandum then. It was made
on the spot, but without the beU'.lit
of the talismcn."
"I own to nothing," he siiapiied.
Then, realizing that denial in this
regard was fatal, he added more
genially: "What do you mean by
memorandsm? If you mean that recapitulation of old-timo mysteries
and tneir accompanying feature- with
which I onco whiled away an Idle
hour, I own to it, of course. Why
shouldn't I? It is only a proof of
my curiosity in regard to this old
mystory which every member of my
family must feel. That curiosity has
not been appeased. If it would not
be indiscreet on your part, may 1
now ask if you have found out what
that littlo golden ball of mine which
you sport so freely bofore my eyes
is to bo used in connection with?"
"Read the papers," 1 said; "read
to-morrow's papers, Mr. Moore; or,
better still, to-night's Perhaps they
will inform you."
He was as angry as I had expected him to be, but as the ire proved
conclusively that his strongest emotion had been curiosity rathor than
fear, 1 folt assured pf my ground,
and turned to re-entof the house. Mr.
Mooro did not accompany me.    .
Tho major was standing in tho
hall. The" others had evidently retreated to the parlor.' "
"Tho man opposite knows what
he knows," said I; "but this does
not include the facts concerning the
picture in the southwest chamber or
the devilish mechanism."
"You are suro,"
"As positive as ono of my inexperience can bo. But, Major, I am
equally positive that he knows more
than ho should of Mrs. Jeffrey's
death. I am oven ready to state
that in my belief he was In the
house when it occurred."
"Has ho acknowledged this?"
"Not at all."
"Thon what are your reasons for
this belief?"
"They aro many."
"Will you state them?"
"Gladly, if you will pardon the
presumption. Some of iny conclusions can not bo now to you. The
truth is that I have possibly seen
more of this old man than niy duty
warranted, and I feol quite ready to
declare that ho knows more of whal
has taken place in this houso thon
ho Is ready to avow. I am suro thai
he has often visited it in secret and
kno its. about^ a .certain broken window as well as we do. I am als*
Sure that he was here on the night
of Mrs. Jeffrey's suicide. Ho was too
littlo surprised when I informed him
of what hod happened not to have
had some secret Inkling of it beforehand, even if we had not the testimony of the lighted candlo and the
book he so hurriedly replaced. Besides, ho is not the man to drag
himself out at night fpr so simple a
cause as the one with which ho endeavored to impose upon us. Ho
knew what we should find in this
"Very good. If Mr. Jeffrey's present explanations aro true, these deductions of yours are probably correct.  But Mr.  Moore's denial   has
been positive. I fear thot It will
turn out a mere question of voracity."
"Not necessarily/' I returned. "I
think I see a way of forcing this
man to acknowledge thet he was in
or about this house on that fatal
"You do?"
"Yes, sir; I do not want to boast,
and I should bo glad^if you did not
oblige me to confide to you the
means by which I hope to bring this
out. Only givo me leave to Insert
an advertisement in both evening and
morning papers and in two days I
will report failure or success."
Tho major oyod m* with on interest that mado my heart thrill.
Thon ho quickly said: "You havo
earned tho privilege; I will give you
two days."
At this moment Durbin renppoarcd.
As I heard his knock and turned to
open the door for him, 1 cast tho
majoi an entreating if not eloquent
look. He smiled and waved his hand
with friendly assurance. Tho stoto
of fooling between Durbin and myself Was evidently well known to
My »nomy entered with a Jaunty
air, ftaich changed ever so slightly
when he saw mo in close conference
with the superintendent.
He lod the book in his pocket.
Taking it out, he handed it to the
major,   with this remark:
"Yrti won't find anything lt.no;
tho g4nt's been fooling you."
Tho major oponod tho- book; shoiik-
it,    looked   undor     tbe  cover,   found
nothing,   and crossed  hastily to the
drawittg-room.      We  as   hastily   followed     him.     Tho    district  attorney
was  talking  with  Miss Tuttle;    Mr.
Jeffrey   was    norvously    pacing   tho
floor.   Tho latter stopped as we all
enter*, and his eyes  flashed to   th*
"Let me take lt," said ho.
"It  ts  absolutely  empty," remarked ths major.    "Tho letter has been
abstracted,    probably    without your
"I do not think so," wns Mr. Jeffrey's unexpected retort. "Do you
suppooe that I would intrust a secret, for the preservation of which I
was ready to risk life and honor, to
tho opvn pages of a book? When I
found myself threatened with all
sorts of visits from the police and
realized that at any moment my of-
fects might be ransacked, I sought a
hiding placo for this lattor, which no
man without superhuman insight
could discover.   Look!"
And, pulling ott th* outside wrapper, h* inserted the point of his pen-
knit* ulidor th* aim ot th* paucr lin
ing" the inslda cover gtba ripped it o>»
with a jerk.
"I pasted this here myself," he
cried, end showed us where between
this pa|«r and the boards, in a place
thinned out to hold it, there ley a
number of folded sheets, which, with
o deep sigh, he handed over to the
major » inspection. As ho did eo he
"I had rather have died any natural death than hove hnd my miserable wife's secret known. But since
the crimo hos come to light, this
story of her sin and her ropentence
niuy serve, in somo slight degree to
mitiglto public opinion. Sho was
sorely tempted and she succumbed;
the -Mme of hor ancestors wa* in
her b;ood."
He again walked oil. Th* major
unfoltjod tlie sheets.
Later I saw this letter. It was
like no other that has ever coine
under my eye. Written at intervals,
as he. hand had power or her misery
found words, it bore on its face all
tho evidences of that restless, suffering spirit which for thirty-six hours
drovo her in frenzy about her room,
and cnuscd Loretta to suy, in her
effort to describe her mistress' (ace
us it appeared to her at. the end of
this awful time: "It Was as if o
blight had passed over it. Onco fay
and animated beyond tho power of
any on* to describe, it had become
a ghost's face, with the glare of
some atvful resolve upon it." I give
this lotter just es it. was written—
disjointed paragraphs, broken sentences, unfinished words and all. The
bleaks show whero she laid down
her p*u, possibly for that wild pacing of tho floor which left such unmistakable signs behind it.
It open abruptly:
"I killed him. I am all that I
said I was, and you can never again
give uu a thought save in the woy
of cursing ond to bewail the day 1
came ihto your life. But you can
not hate mo more than I hate myself, my wicked self, who, seeing an
obstacle In the way to happiness,
slampdd it out of existence, and so
forfeited all right to happiness forever.
"It was so easy! Had it been o
hard tiling to do; had it been necessary to lay hand on knifo or lift a
pistol, X might hove realized the act
and paused. But just a little spring
which a child's hand could manage—
Who, feeling for it, could help pressing it, lt only to see—
"I wa* always a reckless girl, mad
for pleatfiro and without any thought
of consequences. When school bored
mo, I took all my books out of my
desk, 'called upon my mutes to do
the same, and, stacking them up into a sort of rostrum in a field whero
wo played, first delivored an oration
from them in which reverence for my
teachers had small part, then tore
thom into piocos nnd burned thom in
full sisht of my admiring scliool-
i.iiows. i was dismissed, but not
with disgrace. Teachers and scholars bewailed my departure, not because they liked me, or because of
any good they had found in me, but
because my money had thrown luster
on them and on tho whole establishment. This was when I wos twelve,
and it was on account of this reckless escapade that I was sent west
and kept so long from home and all
my flatterers. My guardian meant well
by this, but in saving me from ono
pitfall he plunged mo Into another.
1 grew up without Cora and also
without any ideo of tho requirements
of my position or what I might anticipate from the world when the
timo come for ine to enter it. I
know that I had money; so did those
about mc; but I had littlo or uo idea
of the amount, nor what that money
would do for me when I returned to
Washington. So, in an evil day, and
when I was just eighteen, I fell'in
love, or thought I did, with a man
—(Oh, Francis, imagine it, now that
I hove seen you!)—of sufficient attraction to satisfy ono whose prospects were limited to a contracted
existence in somo small town, but no
more fitted to content mo after seeing Washington life than If he had
been a common farm hand or the
most ordinary of clerks in a country
store. But I was young, innocent
and self-willed, and thought because
my cheek burned under his look that
he was th* man of men, and suited
to be my husband. That is, if I
thought at all, which is not likely;
for I was in a feverish whirl, and
just followed the impulse of the
moment, which was to bo with him
whenever I could without attracting
the teacher's attention. And this,
alas! was only too often, for he was
the brother of ono of our storekeepers, a visitor in Owosso, and often
In the store whero wo girls went.
Why the teachers did not notice how
often we needed things there, I do
not know. But thoy did not, and
matters went on and—
"I can not write of those days,
and you do not want to hear about
thein. They seem impossible to me
now, and almost as if it had all
happened to some ono olso, so completely have I forgotten tho man ex-
copt as the sourco and cause of an
immeasurable horror. Yot ho was
not bad himself;,only ordinary ,nnd
humdrum. Indeed, I boliovo he was
very good In ways, or so his brother
onco assured mo. Wo would not havo
boon married in the way wo wero If
ho had not wanted to go to ths
Klondike for tho purposo of making
monoy and making it quickly, so
that his moans might match mino.
"I do not know which of us two
was most to blame for that marriage. He urged it because he was
go ng so far away and wanted to bo
sure of mo. I accepted it because lt
seemed to be romantic and because
it pleased me to havo my own way
in spito of my hard old guardian and
tho teachers, who woro always prying
about, and tho girls, who went silly
Over him—for ho was really handsome in his way—and who thought,
(at least many of them did,) that he
cared for them when he cared only
for; mn
-   DODD'S
The  Latest Accessory In th* Revived
Old-Fashioned Garden.
Serene he stands among the flowers
And only marks life's sunny hours;
For him dark days, do not exist—
The brazen-faced old optimlstl
In the far distant past a shepherd on
the hills of Chaldea upon placing his
staff In the ground observed that    it
cast a shadow, and, being by nature a
keen observer and something of a philosopher as well, he fell to pondering
over that hitherto unnoticed phenom
enon.   As he gazed upon the shadow
during tho idle moments which fall t-
the lot of an eastern shepherd, he perceived a movement in the shadow, and
the idea eventually occurred to him to
place stones  to mark Its  position  al
various Intervals of time.   In this man*
ner, it Is believed, the flrst rude sun-
d.al was constructed.
In the olden time light and darknesi
formed the only measurement of th.
day. Punctuality was an unknown
word.   Hunger sounded the dinner bell
Best  Rule of Health
And How  You Are Aided In Carrying It Out   By
sundial in a oarden.
and drowsiness rang the curfew. When
the sundial was introduced into occidental lands it vvas regarded purely
from a utilitarian point of view. The
shepherd carved it out quaintly in ths
sun, and, turning philosopher by tho
very occupation, provided it with mottoes, "Horas non numero nisi serenas"
(I only count the hours of sunshine).
As time went on the decorative possibilities of the dial were appreciated,
and pedestals of excellent design were
constructed, and in no place do these
dials look so well as amid some old-
world garden surrounded by flowers.
Thoy add to the decorative effect, and
are always pleasant to look upon, notwithstanding the words of Richard Jeffries: "Let the shadow advance upon
the dial. I can watch lt with equanimity while it is there to be watched.
It is only when the shadow ls not there,
when the cleuds of winter bid* lt, that
the dial ls  terrible."
Many of the old English sundials
have fallen into decay.
Sheep  Husbandry.
We do not believe a farmer should
have only one kind of stock ln his
farm, but have a few of nearly every
kind, so If the market is off on one kind
it will be better on some other.' The
sheep Industry was profitable last
year and will be again this year.
Although tho sheep are now wearing
their winter robes and are free from
ordinary cold, yet they will appreciate
a good shelter from tho winds and bad
weather aa much as any other kind of
stock, and perhaps no animal will appreciate kind treatment moro than h
sheep. The person who cannot control
a large degree of patlenoe will not
make a good sheep master. It is natural for a flock of sheep to follow their
shepherd, and this they will do If not
kicked about and are otherwise improperly treated. If kicked away so they
are scared when they come near you,
they cannot be controlled. Be kind.—
Cor. Inland Farmer.
To Got a Stand of Clover.
Dr. I. A. Thayer, of Lawrence county,-Pa., has given the subject of growing clover more than ordinary consideration and has so far solved it that
he ls reasonably sure of a good stand
every year. He lays down lust four
rules as follows:
First.—Fill the soil witb humus.
Second.—Remove the stagnant water.
Third.—Apply lime to the soil where
Fourth.—Sow the seed on a good,
well prepared seed bed and give lt the
same chance you do any other good
From some years' practical experience I feel sure that this will bring us
success. It is unreasonable to expect
a good set of clover when we sow it
into a hard, unprepared seed bed already occupied with one, two or three
crops.—National Stockman.
Th* Strawberry Bod,
Strawberry plants should be set as
early In the spring as possible so they
will get a good start, says J. L. Herbst
In American Agriculturist Place the
rows of the new bed three and a half
feet apart and set plants one and a half
to two feet apart ln the row. Plants can
be set with a spade or dibble, oare being taken to have the crown of the
plant on a level with the surface of the
earth. If the soil ls inclined to bo dry
lt Ib a good plan to wet the roots while
setting and Arm th* soil wall about
them with the foot. In th* fall th*
bed should be covered with straw,
cornstalks or any coarse lltUr that ls
not filled with weed se*d*.
Silage for Sheep.
As to ths relative e'ffocts of silage
and roots on the milk flow, the experiments at the Wisconsin station wore
without very decided results. At New
York Cornell station this feature was
studied more fully. As between mangel wurzels and corn silage, the lambs
sucking the ewes fed roots made
slightly better gains than those sucking ewes fed silage, although the silage
appeared to be a cheaper ration. As
between beets and corn silage, the
lambs of the ewos fed silage made
slightly the larger gain in weight. These
results show but a meagre difference ln
the feeding value of those foods.
Th* Colt's Feet.
When the colt Is growing, the hoof*
should be looked to occasionally to ■••
If they do not require trimming.
A Remarkable Reaemblano*.
A correspondent, writing to Th*
Westminster.Gazette, says there Is an
extraordinary resemblance In facial features, shape of head and forehead form
between Edward Bioko and Edmund
Burke. Foley's statuo of Burke outside
Trinity College, Dublin, might well pass
for the statue of Blake. The correspondent says he directed the attention
of John Morley, Burke's biographer, and
of Sir George Trevelyan to the likeness he saw, or thought he saw, between Burke and Blake, and Morley
and Trevelyan both laid they had long
before observed It, 	
"A movement of the bowels every
This ls the fundamental rule of
health. The one point on which doctors are unanimous.
But what causes the bowels to become constipated?
The inactivity of the liver.
Bile is nature's own carthartlc and
so long as the liver is active in its
work of Altering bile from the blood
and passing it into the Intestines,
there is no trouble from constipated
Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver PillB cure
constipation   by   setting   the   liver
This is the only means by which the
bowels can be regulated.
Salts and castor oil will effect a
motion of the bowels, but, once the
effects of the dose passes off, you will
be more constipated lhan ever.
They fail to set the liver right.
By regulating the liver by use of Dr.
Chase's Kldney-Llver Pills you ensure
a healthful action of the bowels and
so prevent and cure scores of Ills,
such as indigestion, biliousness, constipation, kidney disorders, colds and
contagious diseases.
Mr. C. F. Immel, shoemaker. Western Hill, St Catharines, Ont., states:;
—"I have used Dr. Chase's Kldney-
Llver Pills regularly for some time
and consider they are unsurpassed for
torpid liver, defective circulation, indigestion, headache and constipation,
as these were my troubles. I used
many remedies but got no relief until
I tried Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver Pills,
and a few boxes of this preparation
havo entirely cured me. I am not in
the habit of endorsing any medicine
but in this case I cannot speak too
highly in praise of Dr. Chase's Pills
for what they have done for me."
Mr. D. C. Holmes, Justice of the
Peace for Lincoln Co., Btates: "I am
acquainted with Mr. C. F. Immel, and
consider him a reliable citizen in every
senBe of the word, in fact, I have
known him from boyhood up and can -
say I believe him to be truthful and
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one
pill a doBe, 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Edmauson, Bates __ Co., Toronto. The portrait and signature of
Dr. A. W. Chase, the famouB receipt
i book author, are on every box.
Richmond, Va.— The Rev. Frank A.
Rideout was attacked on Sunday night
in Ritchie Memorial Episcopal church,
at Claremont, Va., and roughly handled by the Rev. Dr. David Hunter
Ward, who threw him against a wall
of the church. Both rectors were in
their robes at the time, and Mr. Ride-
out the retiring rector was about to
preach his farewell sermon. Mr. Ward
was to have assisted him, but when
Mr. Rideout asked what portion he
would take, Mr. Ward became enraged
and dashed Mr. Rideout against a wall.
Then he entered the pulpit and conducted services for the amazed congregation.
Lancaster, P. A.—Ralph W. Kline,
aged 26 years, an artist, was fatally
stabbed by Jennie Good, aged 18. Kline
and Miss Good were members of a
party who were Ashing in the Little
Conestoga, near Long Park. Kline
and the girl had a quarrel, during
which Miss Good threatened to cut his
heart out. Thinking that she would
not execute her threat Kline threw out
his chest and told her to stab. She
did, plunging a knife into his breast
near tho heart. He was taken to a
hospital unconscious. The girl tied
and has not yet been arrested.
Plant Distribution.
It has been the practice of the Western Horticultural Society each spring
to offer to members a free choice of
plant premiums. The plants for these
distributions have been very carefully
chosen with a view to their desirability, as well as to their hardinesa and
suitability to our conditions. The
Directors believe that through the receiving of these many persons have
been encouraged to horticultural efforts along new lines, and tbat this
feature of the work of the society has
been a most valuable one.
It ls with pleasure the announcement of the plant distribution of this
spring is presented, as it not only affords a greater variety of choice than
has been offered in any of our former
announcements, but it also Includes a
number of very desirable plants that
have been thoroughly tested, but not
generally distributed throughout the
The following parcels are offered for
1905. Each member is entitled to one
parcel and those who are not now
members hut who wish to participate
ln the distribution may do so by sending the regular membership fee of
$1.00 along with application for plants.
The payment of this sum will also entitle the sender to the other privileges
of membership.
(a) Twelve plants Ginnala Maple
(Acer tartaricum Ginnala.)
These plants are one year old and
about fl to 10 Inches high. The Ginnala Maple ls splendidly adapted for
hedging purposes or to provide shrubbery about lawns. It has been extensively grown both at Brandon and Indian Head Experimental Farms for the
past 14 years and found to be perfectly hardy. It ordinarily attains a
height of about 5 or 6 feet and may
easily be kept down to small hedge
size. The leaves are small and prettily cut or lobed. The wings of the
3eeds are early margined with bright
red, and in the autumn the leaves assume brilliant hues of red and scarlet.
This is undoubtedly one of the hardiest and most beautiful of shrubs, and
Is well adapted for general cultivation
throughout Manitoba and the Territories.
(li) One plant Rudbeckia (Golden
These are strong field grown roots.
This Is a hardy new perennial flower
that forms a good sized bush 6 feet
high and bears a great profusion of
large yellow aster-like flowers. Flowering continues from July until the
frost comes.
(c) One plant Upright Honeysuckle.
Very hardy varieties producing pink
antl white blossoms. The honeysuckle
bears a profusion of beautiful flowers
in the early spring succeeded by berries, generally red.
(d) Twelve plants Strawberries.
Most reliable varieties for Northwestern Canada, procured from a Manitoba nursery where they have given
heavy crops for several years past.
All staminate varieties.
(e) One plant Virginia Creeper.
Hardy   variety   of   this   beautiful
climber, whish is so much esteemed
because of the brilliant colors of its
autumn foliage
(f) One plant Red Dutch Currant.
This is one of the hardiest of the
red currants. The fruit is not large,
but ls produced in abundance. Bush
is of upright habit.
(g) Three Seedling Apple Trees...
These are one year seedlings from
seed of the Hibernal, Wealthy and
Duchess, grown ln the Northwest. The
quality of the fruit cannot be foretold,
but there is reasonable grounds for
hope that the trees themselves may
prove fairly hardy! Experimenting
with these seeding appes is a work
that ls full of promise, and likely to
produce varieties Biilted to our climate.
It is particularly requested that applications for plants to be made AT
ONCE. The supply of some of the
lines offered is limited. While they
last each applicant will be given his
choice, but should any class of Btock
be exhausted a second or third choico
will be sent.
All parcels will be delivered charges
For the summer season the Canadian
Pacific Railway Intend experimenting
by increasing the passenger service on
some of the branch lines in the west.
It is intended to put a double daily
service on the Deloraine line, leaving
Winnipeg and Deloraine morning and
afternoon. At the same time on the
Edmonton line there will be, In addition to the dally passenger train, a triweekly train, leaving Calgary and Edmonton ln the afternoon three times
a week.
Should the experiment prove a success financially, no doubt the C.P.R.
will shortly give additional service on
other branch lines.
 _      _*
Foods and Food Products.
Immense    Value   .of    the    Electrical
Purification of Flour.
Prof. M. A. Gray, chemist, lectured
on 'Foods and Food Products,' In the
National History Society rooms at
Montreal.       ;-
The lecture" -was most exhaustive
and instructive, dealing -with the
growth of wheat, its constituents and
the electrical treatment of flour. Mr.
Gray remarked that but little could be
said concerning the i percentage of
nourishment contained ln the different grades of Northwestern hard
wheat, as it varies from .year to year.
Speaking of chemical expleirtment.
Mr. Gray pointed out what had been
done in this line in regard to wheat,
during the last ten or twelvo years,
in the different experimental stations
of the United States. It was but very
recently, however, that laboratories
had been esabltBhed in connection
with flour mills, but they have already
demonstrated their utility.
As to the purification of flour by
electricity, the speaker remarked that
lt ls about two years since this method
was adoped, and the development has
been wonderful. A beautiful silvery
whiteness Is produced by subjecting
flour to air which has been passed
through a flaming electrical discharge.
The flour has also, as a consequence,
better keeping qualities and commands a better price*. The Ogilvie
Flour Mills Company, he said, was the
only Arm In Canada, and ono of the
flrst in America, to make use of this
purifying and sterilizing process.
Once you commence using
your ita trouble, ewe.
Unsleeping  vigilance  in scl-dion,  manufacture and packing, make ii
always the tame—always the best.
Ask lor ihe Red Label. Write for Premium List.
BLUE RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg. man puusaot a__*og_.tb
A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms
and their Influence.
The Modern IN/lo'tKiod
of buying tea Is not to take chances on quality and value,  but to  Insist on
as It saves worry and Insures satisfaction.     Black, Mixed or Natural Green,
25c, 30c, 40., 50c. per pound.    By all Grocers.     Sold  only In  sealed lead
Editor  and  Proprietor of the Prince
Albert Advocate.
Many men engaged in newspaper
work in the Canadian West have a
larger circle of acquaintances, but few
have warmer friends than Mr. Andrew
Stewart, the editor and proprietor of
the Prince Albert Advocate. On a
casual knowledge, this may seem somewhat strange. At first glance Mr.
Stewart does not impress one as a particularly attractive personality. He
ls a better listener than talker. He
never obtrudes his views. There is
nothing histrionic or spectacular about
him—nothing that would appeal to the
ordinary observer as remarkably keen
or brilliant. He is not reserved or
taciturn but he certainly displays to
a less degree than the average western
newspaper man that hall-fellow-well-
met camaraderie, that exuberant good
fellowship which in its heartiness ts
apt to be undistlngulshing In its .friendliness, that characterizes the generality of western newspaper men. Mr.
Stewart lacks that Bohemian buoyancy
. which is the hall-mark of many of his
fellowworkers. He abjures the "wild
and woolly westerners." He is sound
and Bane, thoughtful and earnest. In
the northernmost frontier town of the
prairie section of the Dominion be has
stood for professional Ideals that are
conservatively progressive. To pick
up a copy of the Advocate—not merely
now, when Prince Albert is one of the
l most important cities of the West, but
for years past, when it was popularly
regarded as hanging on to the outside
i edge of civilization—none would ever
think, either by its makeup, by its editorial opinions, or by its news columns
that it was published in a town that
1 was the farthest Canadian limit of
agricultural effort. Indeed, if the imprint was not noticed, the general Impression would be that the Advocate
was a typical representative of that
class ot capable journals publshed ln
an old established, populous and prosperous community.
'    In this respect the Advocate is mere-
, ly the reflection of its owner. The
finest qualities   ot   older civilizations
> have in the person of Mr. Stewart beeu
transplanted to the new conditions of
, pioneer journalism. Without, losing
one whit of the endowment he brought
with him, he has adapted those quali-
1 ties to the environment of the West,
and with such conspicuous success
tbat it has passed into a proverb
among his fellowworkers. Mr. Stewart is the embodiment of quiet
strength and modest ability. He has
a judicial temperament which prevents
- him from taking any step without mature consideration, and saves him from
the errors Into which more impetuous
natures inevitably fall. For the same
reason he seldom has occasion to modify auy position once taken. It ls thus
no wonder that the personal and editorial opinions are treated with the
greatest respect by all who know
either him or his paper.
And It ls undeniable that both the
Advocate and Its editor have opinions,
and strong ones.    Neither the paper
, nor lis editor are spineless wobblers,
But neither ls offensive or dictatorial
ln the advocacy of the views professed.
Both recognize that there ls something
to be said on the other side, and treat
those who differ with them with the
respect due to Intelligent opponents.
In their moderation ls the secret of
the influence of both. Blind, unreasoning partylsm has no supporter ln
Mr. Stewart. He always appeals, not
to party allegiance or great party personages, but to sound and lntolllble
principles. He uses no rhetorical exaggerations, no catch phrases that obscure while pretending to enlighten.
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
All political and other issues are tested by the touchstone of ordinary,
everyday, common sense. One may
differ with Mr. Stewart's conclusions,
but none can deny him the respect
due a thoughtful, moderate and logical
Mr. Stewart, like many another
Western editor, ls a graduate of the
case. Few printers in Canada have
had a more thorough or more varied
training. He is an Irishman by birth,
having been born in County Down
some thirty-five years ago. He came
to Canada with his parents in the year
of the great western boom, ln 1882,
The family located at Emerson, which
at that time was a typical boom town,
two dally papers being published there.
In one of these offices young Stewart
went as errand boy and devil. After
a short time he removed to Brandon,
still ln the same useful and lowly capacity. A year or two later he came
to Winnipeg, working here a summer,
and then, desiring to see somewhat
more of the world, and to secure a
wider knowledge of the business,
moved to St. Paul, where another year
was spent ln various offices. Another
year was spent in New York, principally in the employ of Bradstreet's.
But the call of the West came to tbe
young printer again, and he came back
to Manitoba with a determination to
When you think you have cured a
cough or cold, but find a dry,
hacking cough remains, there is
danger.   Take
The Lung
at once.    It will strengthen  the
lungs aud stop the cough.
Prices. S. C.Wells & Co. 305
25c 50c $1.   LcRoy, N,Y„ Toronto, Can.
farm. The life of a pioneer on a homestead, however, proved uncongenial.
The smell of printers' Ink called him
to the newspaper office as Irresistibly
as that of the sea does the sailor to
his ship. Mr. Stewart struck out for
the Western States working in the
principal offices in Helena, Anaconda,
Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle, and the
State printing office at Olympla. In
these he gained Invaluable experience
in every branch of th printing and publishing business.
It will thus be seen that few printers
ln the Canadian West have had a more
complete mechanical training and experience than Mr. Stewart.
Mr. Stewart went to Prince Albert
ln 1894 to take charge of he newly organized paper and after a few
months was so satisfied with its
prospects that he decided to purchase ho business, which he has
conducted ever since. From a very
modest beginning It has grown till it
is now an eight page, all home print
paper, taking natural rank as one of
the four or five best papers ln the Territories. The mechanical equipment
of the office is one of the best in the
West, including a fine two-revolution
press, gordon jobbers, monoline, cutters, stitchers, &c, ample to keep pace
with the rapid growth of one of the
most progressive cities of Western
Canada. Typographically, editorially
and reportorlally, the Advocato is a
paper of which any place might well
be proud. In this respect the city on
the Saskatchewan has much for which
to thank Mr. Stewart, who, with unflagging energy, enterprise and wisdom,
has helped It grow from an outpost
trading village to its present status,
and whose efforts in the future will
not be the least of the factors to Its
continued progress. Happy Indeed is
that Western town,—the supreme need
Not exactly sick—but not feeling
quite well. That's the spring feeling.
The reason—close confinement indoors
during the winter months, breathing
the impure air of badly ventilated
houses, offices and workshops. The
trouble may manifest itself in a variable appetite, little pimples or eruptions
of the skin, a feeling of weariness, and
perhaps an occasional headache, or a
twinge of neuralgia or rheumatism.
Perhaps you think the trouble will
pass away—but it won't unless you
drive it out of the system by putting
the blood right with a health-giving
tonic. And there is only one absolutely contain, blood-renewing, nerve-
restoring tonic—Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People. Thousands of
grateful people have testified that
these pills are the uest of all spring
medicines. They actually make new
blood; they brace the nerves and
strengthen every organ of the body.
They make tired, depressed, ailing
men, women and children bright, active and strong. Mrs. N. Ferguson,
Ashfleld, N.S., says: "For the benefit it may be to others I.take much
pleasure tin saying that I have found
wonderful benefit from the use ofDr.
Williams' Pink Pills. When I began
taking them I was so 'badly 'run
down that I could scarcely go about
tbe house. I was also troubled with
palpitation of the heart and weak
spells, but the pills have fully restored me and I am now enjoying better health than I ever expeoted to have
If you want to be healthy 'in spring
don't dose yourself with purgatives—
they only weaken—they can't cure.
Don't experiment wltlt -other so-called
tonics. Take Dr. Wllfi§n.is',.pink Pills
at oilce a.-ui;see hoa(^li-*kiy;they will
luinish iili.'.-spring ailments, and mako
you actiy'-fajiiid strodg. Sold.by. all
medicine dealers or sent by mail at 60
cents a box or six, boxes fon $2.50 by
writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Brockville, Oiit.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
He—It's Impossible to please everybody in this world; Isn't it? She—1
di»n't know; Inever.trled it.
Maw Hoptoad—Hiram, how fur
away from here is Atoms? Paw Hoptoad—Atoms? I never heard of the
place. What about it? Maw Hoptoad
—The paper says that ylstlddy Abner
Smith was blown to Atoms?
You smoked only ten cigars on
your tyeddlng trip—that's one a day."
"*-*     -ten on the last day."
Sudden transition from a hot to a
cold temperature, exposure to rain, sitting in a draught, unseasonable substitution of light for heavy clothing,
are fruitful causes of colds and the
resultant cough so perilous to persons
of weak lungs. Among the many medicines for bronchial disorders so arising, there is none better than Bickle's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup. Try lt and
become convinced.   Price 25 cents.
The floral department of the C.P.R.
Is issuing attractive folders, containing with the general Information giv.n.
the following sentence: "We have conducted the flower scheme for seven
years. This spring there will be at
least a million tulips, crocuses and
narcissus at the stations across Canada, to brighten, beautify and make
home-like  your  environments.'
____.- „_.„„... ,  Perhaps there is no other, depart-
of each of which ls  the  most, wide- j ment of the C.P.R. which has enlarged
spread publicity concerning its natural | so rapidly as the floral, Which ls un;
wealth and advantages—which has an
editor as persistent, so effective, and
der the direction of Mr. N. Stewart
  Dunlop, tax   and   Insurance  commis
so able as Mr. Stewart, and a paper j sloner of the company.   Last autumn
as enterprising and as progressive as j It sent bulbs to station agents, section-
Interesting Volume Descriptive of Ceylon and Its Industries.
P. C. Larkln, of the Salada Tea Co.
has sent the Toronto World a copy of
interesting volume, descriptive of Ceylon and Its greater Industries. "Golden Tips," so the book ls entitled, ls the
work of Henry W. Cave, M.A.,F.R.G.S„
a member of the Itoyal Asiatic society
and himself a succesful Ceylon merchant, and ls profusely and beautifully
illustrated from photographs by the
author. It is one of quite a number of
volumes on Ceylon, and its natural
features and resources, Issued by Mr.
Cave, who has done excellent service
in bringing this gem of the southern
seas before the notice of the English-
speaking public.
Ceylon for a considerable time was
only associated  in  the   public  mind
with the melodious but somewhat misleading lin .'S ln   Heber's well-known
missionary ,_ymu:
What tlio "the spicy breezes
Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle,
Where every prospect pleases.
And only man is vile.
But we li am from Mr. Cave that the
truth of the flrst three lines ls not continued in the fourth. The native Singhalese are certainly not vile in their
ordinary occupation of that brief but
significant adjective. Indeed, Mr. Cave
gives us a very different idea of the
perfection of Ceylon life.
"They need uo poor laws, nor have
they any. Poverty ls relieved by the
natural benevolence of the people.
The we.utby Singhalese are especially
kind to the poor; and many of them
have fixed days of the week upon
which they distribute rice to all the
aged and infirm of their district. The
solidarity of the family ls I believe,
even stronger among them than Europeans; the weakest are the most cared
for; the rich help their poorer relations, and never disown them; the
poor assist the poorer amongst their
own relatives and friends, so that
there Is no dread of old-age poverty.
In these particulars of freedom from
care and squalid misery I believe that
the Singhalese are now the happiest
of His Majesty's subjects in any part
of the world."
A people of whom these things can
be said may not be Christian or even
civilized in the western meaning of
civilization, but they are certainly not
Space will not permit us to linger
over the wonderful beauty of Ceylon
scenery, and the equally marvelous fertility of its soil. It ls a miniature continent, in which the traveler can pass
through every variety of climate, over
mountain, forest and plain and the
loveliest and most exquisite landscapes. The tea estates, we ldarn, are
upwards of a_ thousand in number,
varying In size "from 100 to 1000 acres
each, and comprising a total of 370,-
000 acreg,* and are divided into about
sixty districts. They are situated for
the most part in the mountainous central province of the island, and vary ln
elevation above the sea level from 100
to 7000 feet There are, however,
some extensive estates in the lowlands.
As the native Singhalese were too
well satisfied with their lot, it-became
necessary to import laborers from Southern India. The gangs are each in
charge of a company or taskmaster,
and above them is the conductor, who
is the superintendent's right-hand man
in the fields Mr. Cave gives a full and
detailed account of the various oper-,
ations carried on in connection with
tea raising; the pruning, weeding,
drain-clearing, and, above all, the import matter of plucking. The green
leaves pass through a number of processes, being flrst withered, then rolled, then broken, then allowed to ferment and finally transferred to the dls-
lcator, where it is flred. They are
then cooled and sifted, emerging as the
The Average Man Doesn't
Know The First Thing
about flour, but the woman who does the family baking—
she is the one who appreciates Royal Household
Flour—made by the new electrical process—because
when she tries it with the simple "Royal Household"
recipes she finds it makes better, sweeter, whiter, lighter
Bread, Buns, Rolls, etc., and more crisp and delicious
Paihy than she ever made before, and she is not afraid
to say so.
South Range, Dlgby Co., N. 8., Ks.lnn.wr asad.
" I went to tell yoa that Royal Household Flow _
the best I ever used in all my life, aad the only Had I will
have as long as I can get it."
usa. Aijac. -ro&TOL
To any woman sending in name and address to The Ogilvie Flour Mills Co„*j
I Jmilrd. Montreal, and EBtJ_fe_BM yV* MSB ***** ■_*-___-- will be ami FRF.R.'
It Is tha fence thnt haa stood tha taat of Hate—steads tha heaTtaat .train—neror —m—the standard tha world evac.  Ia fatu«Page Peaeee wn
b« painted WHITS, which to in added protection against nut In adilitlon ts ti.. parent-ins. Order through oar looal agent ar direct from na,
THI PACK WIRB FENCE OO. LIMITED.  W___k.rvUI«.  Toronto,  -ontnwi.  M. John,  mantes*,     me
Maitima—Teacher tells me you were
naughty ln school to-day. Why did
you .not tell me yourself 7 Tommy—
Vt^hy—er—you always told me not to
tell tales out of school.
Deafneaa of 12 Years' Standing.- Protract
>it Cotnrrh produces deafneaa In  many (-Men.   Capt.
ion. Connor, nf Toronto,  Canada,  waa deaf for 1.
enr, fioin I 'utiirrh. All tneatmonu failed to relieve
Or. Ahiu-it'h Catarrhal Powder gave liim relief In outlay, and ln n very abort while ine deafneae left hint
.--Urol..   It wilf does much fov yon.   -Bonnie.—3-
Mrs. Wlllfuhl—My dear, I would like
to get your opinion on a matter of considerable importance. Mr. Wlllfuhl—
I suppose you want my opinion for the
purpose of convincing yourself that
your own is the only right one. Mrs.
Wlllfuhl—No, I have known my opinion was the right one from the flrst.
I merely want to convince you of lt
It will Prolong Life.—De Sota, the
Spaniard, lost his life in the wilds of
Florida, whither he went for the purpose of discovering the legendary
"Fountain of perpetual youth," said to
exist in that then unknown country.
While Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil will
not perpetuate youth, lt will remove
the bodily pains which make the young
the bodily pains which make the young
old before their time and harass the
aged into untimely graves.
Prunes—That man Skipper used to
be an acrobat. Landlady—He ls still;
he jumped his board bill.
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
They were exceedingly smart young
men, and they proceeded to have fun
with the dignified waiter. When he
approached their table to take their order they stood up and yelled ln unison: "Half dozen raw!" "I see yois
are, young gentlemen," replied the im
the Prince Albert Advocate.
When the nerves are weak
everything goes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable.   Your cheeks are
pale and your blood Is thin.
Your doctor says you are
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
■ Par mar- thaw U year, I hav. used Aser's
lUvaajMvtlU le any l-willy. Ill, a frand toutc
aA mU Mobaa, and a wai.dkr.nl le.nli 'ii« for tin
fete .Iee4.k-D. 0. BO-T. Weet Hate
»lA«_a bntee.
Valuable to Mothers.
Baby's Own Tablets are for children
of all ages—they are equally good for
the new-born bubo or the well-grpwn
ohlld. They will promptly cure colic,
Indigestion, constipation, teething
troubles, diarrhoea, and simple fever.
The Tablets break up colds, prevent
croup, and promoto healthy sleep.
They are guaranteed not to contain
a particle of opiate or, any of the poisons found ln so-called "soothing" medicines. Every mother who has used
these Tablets speaks of them In the
highest praise. Mrs. T. Timllck, Pitts-
ton, Ont., says:—"I have used Baby's
Own Tablets with the most satisfactory results, I can recommend them
to all mothers as a remedy for teething
and other troubles ot childhood." You
can get the Tablets from any medicine dealer, or by mall at 25 cents a
box by writing The Dr. Williams Medl
cine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.
j. o. ATtlteo.
I j well,   Wim
Weak Nerves
Hasp the bowels recular with Ay-i-' s
PNfw.  lust  en*   phi   each   nimht.
Miss Fluffy—"What do you think is
the most important part of a woman's
dress?"   Married Man—"The cost."
Beware of Ointment* for Catarrh that Contain Mercury.
aa mercury will surely destroy the eenae nf amell and
complalolj doraniie the wholo "yitein when ontorlna
t IKrouirli the niicoUl surfaces. Biu'tl article. should
never lie mod en-opt on proscriptions Irom MJW
physicians, af the damijio.   ther will   di   Islei.lold to
the boo-i io«(» peadbli W_ra !'""• Jgem,  lull.
Catarrh Aire. yiiMi-fnulumd hy t J. phoney i Oo..
Toledo, 0.. contalni no mercury, and la taken Inter
nail, iictiiia directly illim tho lilood mul uiooouasnr
_£ ,_■<! II," a Vino- Il liuyln. Ilall'a Catarrh Hiin
I,.,mmS vou art Ila IIHI nine. It I. taken Internally
Led mai. in T„l,..l". Ohio, b, t. J. Ohe.y A 0..
Tosllmonlals free- . .
Hold by riruuaists.   I'",-"."" ____,■_»__
■Take HaII's Family Pllli for oonitlpMloa.
Jones (to Brown, who has been relating his wonderful adventures ln
Russia)—And' I suppose you visited
tho great Bteppes of Russia? Brown—
I should rather think so, and walked
up every blessed one of them on my
hands and knees.
men and other employees, from one
end of the system to the other. Some
were for outdoor planting, and are expected to bloom this spring; others
were for pots and boxes Indoors, that
Ihey might bloom during the past winter. As a result of this generous distribution, there will be one million
tulips, etc., flowering along the system
this spring, Bofore the department
was established, the only plants and
flowers along the company's various
lines were those planted and cultivated at the expense of those agents who
wished them for their own enjoyment.
Now the company bears all expense ln
connection with the purchase of thousands of the best bulbs procurable, and
not only sends them to every employee
who wishes them, but ale* Issues folders giving Information. In addition to
this, seeds are sen., every, spring to
employees along the system; who have
exhibited an interest, in flower culture.
For this year the money appropriation made by the company to its floral
department is almost double that of
last year, so that the coming summer
should see the stations on the C.P.R.
more attractive than ever.
Tho seeds—numbering over 25,000
packages—are being sent out.,now,
and include as line a collection as any
gardener of the most refined taste
could wish. Mr. l)iin|o;v to whose en-f
ergles and fondness for flowers the
success of the department Is due, tells
those to whom his circulars are sent
to surround their station, section house
or olllce building with pretty flowers,
so that not only the employees may
enjoy the fragrance and brilliancy of
Ihe blooms, but t hat passengers on entering stations from Vancouver to St.
John may be welcomed by the beauty
of flowers.
One of tho features of railway.) In
England Is the attractiveness of the
grounds and stations along railway
system. Money Is lavishly spent on
even short mileage, so that the public
will enjoy travelling. The C.P.R. is
similarly disposed to make tta system
one of tho most "eWJoyHWo Kir travel
| In America.
various grades known commercially as  perturbable functionary.    "What will
Broken Orange Pekoe, Orange Pekoe,' you have?"
Pekoe, Suchong and Dust all of which I ■    ■
terms, are of Chinese origin and refer] v»w*n».
tq some characteristic of the sort of II A v   RfipW    All
tea they represent.   The creme de la  U_A_J  ilLL.li    AL/W
creme of Ceylon is the Broken Orange
Pekoe, which gives the name of "Golden Tips" to Mr. Cave's volume.
Mr. Cave, speaking of the quality of
Ceylon tea, says:
Everything, it will be observed, is
done to avoid handling the tea. Indeed, from the bush to tbe tea table
such methods of pure cleanliness are
observed as scarcely any other food
manufacture can claim, and especially do these methods of Ceylon tea
manufacture stand in contrast to
those of China, where the primitive
operations employed are such that the
stomach would rebel against a detailed description. I am convinced that
lf the public generally did but realize
this difference between Ceylon tea
and that ot some other countries the
demand for the Ceylon article would
Increase quite beyond the capacity of
the country to supply It.
. These admirable methods, coupled
with the natural fitness of the soil and
climate, no doubt account for the unrivaled popularity of Ceylon tea, and
it ls a matter of pride that the fragrant leaf from which comes "the cup
that cheers und not inebriate" should
now bo so largely produced ln one of
the most beautiful of the dependencies
of the British Crown.
Portable Engine* for Threshing
and Stationary for Chopping and
Wood Sawing In stock at all time*
Can Ship at a day'* notice.
Write us for Prices and Catalogue.
Barridje-Cooper Co., Ul, Winnipeg, Mu
Henry Avenue, East.
He—Now, if I only had three hands
I could get through life so much better. She—Well? He—I was Just
wondering If you wouldn't give me one
of yours.
Salt Rheum, Tetter,  Eczema.—Theee dl.
eaaoi relieved hy one nppllcatlnn.   Dr. Arniow'a (lint
mnnt_is a potent, cure for all eruptions of the akil
Jua. Ga«to"n. VVilkiwliarre, sny
win ,li. linurc.l   with  Tetter o    __.
new.a Hindu, nt cured It."   3& cent-.—31
 —   . —...     For nine year. I
wus dlnllKured   with   Totter  on   my  hands,   llr.   Av
Proud Mother—You will be five
years old tomorrow, Willie, and I want
to give you a real birthday treat. Tell
me what you would like better than
anything else. Willie (after thinking
earnestly for five minutes)—Bring me
a whole box of chocolate creams,
mother, and ask Tommy Smith to
come ln and watch me eat them.
They are Carefully Prepared.—Pills
which dissipate themselves in the
stomach cannot be expected to have
much effect upon the intestines, and
to overcome costiveness the medicine
administered must influence the action
of these canals. Parmelee's Vegetable
Pills are so made, under the supervision of experts, that the substance in
them Intended to operate on the intestines is retarded ln action until they
pass through the stomach to the bowels.
The Man—If you don't hurry, my
dear, we'll be too late for the theatre.
The Woman—Oh, no! Dou't you see
this new gown 1 have? We can't be
too late.
Some Years Since He Used Them Now
and He Has Had Good Health Ever Since — Story of Well-known
Naw Brunswick Man.   .   .   .
Lower Windsor, Carleton Co., N. B„
April 10—(Special).—"Yes, I have good
health over since I used Dodd's Kidney PIUb" The speaker was Mr. T.
H. Belyea, postmaster here, and one
of the most highly respected men In
this part of the country. Asked to
give his experience with the great Canadian Kidney Remedy Mr. Belyea continued :
"I had been troubled with my kidneys for a number of years. I tried
several kinds of plasters and other
kinds of medicines, but did not seem
lo get any lasting benefit. Hearing
Dodd's Kidney Pills so highly recommended I decided to try them and they
made a complete cure of me. That ls
two years ago now nnd as I said before
I have had good health ever since I
used Dodd's Kidney Pills."
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure once and
for all. There Is no stage or form of
Kidney Disease that they do not cure
completely and permanently.
There was a matinee benefit at the
Manhattan Theatre for a cat and dog
hospital a few days ago. Before the
doorkeeper was ready to tako tickets a
dozen women had gathered ln the theatre. He went among them getting
their tickets. One woman had no ticket, and she told him so. I keep my
dogs and cats at this hospital and I
ought to be allowed to see this show
for nothing," said she. "Madame, lf
you don't either leave or go to the box
ofHce and purchase a ticket I'll-be In
the hospital," said the doorkeeper.
"They wouldn't have you here," retorted the woman, making for the
door. "It's a cat and dog hospital.
They won't take monkeys."
After Many Years
ot experience, wa hare prepared a list of tha
hardiest known apple crab and plnm trees,
small frails, ornamental trees and shrubs,
perrmal flower plants, etc., sent tree on appli
cation.   Address
Henry Harland, the novelist, reproached a friend for the violence of
his criticism of a book he was reading.
He said that a critical attack succeeded best lf it was delivered gently.
Then, to ilustrate his point, he told
about an old Scottish buttler, whose
master had married un Italian girl of
great fortune and little charm. Some
one, after the wedding, asked the Scot
what he thought of the bride. "She's
very rich?" the questioner began. "Ah,
I've so heard," said the old man. "And
agreeable" "They say so." "Well,
what's your private opinion of her,
Thomas?". "Weel," Bald the old man,
with a gentle chuckle, "Ah think she's
a recht bonny wench, as weel as bein'
rich an' clever; but lf beauty's a sin,
she won't have that to answer for."
Dr. Von Gtnn's Pineapple  Tablets.-Modi.
oal silence liy accident dlM.ov.Tu.1 the potency of tha
fiine .polo a. a paiincoa for Htnmach trouble., The
mm,  i-.-r t,._i" of .,-_,.iiiiil,- [--[-hi contained la
lha fruit make, it an almoat Indiapenul.lo remedy in
,.,,-,-. i,( ,1,-1-1 1,-m iiti.l in.I,ji,-.in,n One tablet after
each meal will aura moat unronio oaaea. ou In a bos,
36 couta.—Hi
"Are you sure the Russian Count
was Intoxicated?" "Positive. Ho
couldn't pronounce his own name."
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
Lord Charles Beresford, whose life
has been for the most part spent on
the water, Ib 69. He joined the navy
as long ago as 1859, and became a
commander In 1875.
The superiority of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator Is shown by Us
good effects on the children. Pur-
chase a bottle and give lt a trial.
The Backache St.-iKO may be Juat that In-
clpient form of kldnev .I,-.—,*-,- which, if ni-tilc, d-.l,
will dcvclnjMi into .tiililMim und -li-in—.in,; disorder
lhat will tnke loim tedious trt'iituient lo cure. Don't
in ill--. I the "linckache .taxc" of the most Insidious
of diseases. South American Klileoy Cure atopa the
ache in ill hours and cures.— 30,
In these days there seem to be as
many writers as there aro readers.
The spread of authorship nnd Its
egregious pride is hit off In this dialogue from the Fllegende Blaetter: A
guest at the hotel table reading the bill
of fare says: "Your bill of faro Is
great!" "1 am glad to hour lt," replies the head waiter. "I am Its author."
"It took you an awfully long timo
to pull thut fellow's tooth," said tho
assistant. "Yes," answered the dentist, grimly, "he married the girl 1
Sunlight Soap
A Small Pill, But Powerful—They
that Judge of the powers of a pill by
Its size, would consider Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills to be lacking. It 18 a
little wonder among pills. What It
lacks In size It makes up in potency.
The remedies whleh lt carries are put
up In these small doses, because they
ure so powerful that only small doses
are required. The full strength of the
extracts Is secured In this form aud do
their work thoroughly.
outshines them txll in cle-a-nsintf power, yet
will not injure the da.int.est fa.brics. It contemns no unse-por.ifled fats to discolor your
clothes nor free B.lka.11 to destroy them. It is t_
perfectly be.la.nced so&.p. equally good with
na_rd or soft we.tcr.   No scrubbing, no boiling*
Try Sunlight.
Your money refunded if you don't find it best.
Lover Brothers Limit**
The modern highwayman approached ln an automobile, ran down the
citizen .And then demanded his watch.
"You are taking advantage of me,"
protested the citizen. "Not at all,"
assured tho highwayman. "I want
your watch to time my machine so I
will not be arrested for fast driving."
I was cured of Acuto Bronchitis by
Bay of IslandB.   J. M. CAMPBELL.
I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by
Sprlnghlll, N. S.     WM. DANIELS
I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism
Albert Co., N. B.   GEO. TINOLEY.
Medium—Do you wish to seo your
departed husband's spirit? Mrs. Whlf-
fletree—No; I want lo see his ghost!
Josh never had uo spirit!
The Great Northern Steamship Company In   placing  In   service   between
Scuttle, Wash., and Yokohama, Nagasaki, Kobe, Shunghal and Hong Kong,
the magnificent American built steamships  the  "Minnesota"  and  the  "Da-
kola," marks a now era in transportation    facilities   between    thu   United
Slates and the Orient.    Tho magnificent steamships   with   their   superior
facilities in handling immense freight
cargoes and tho    luxurious    appointments for passenger travel has given
an impetus to our Oriental trade.   The
North Pacific route to tho Orient ls
rapidly becoming tho popular one and
now that the two palatial stoamshlps,
tho "Minnesota"   and    the "Dakota,"
have been put ln commission there Is
no question but that a further greater
Increase In our trado with the Orient
as well as Increased pasBonger travel
to Asaiatic ports will be Inaugurated.
The flrst salllngof the "Minnesota," In
addition to cnrrylng tho largest cargo
to tho Orient ever carried by nny ship
In tho world, as well as an extensivt
pnssenger list, augurs well for the future.   The "MlnncBota" will sail on Its
next voyngo to the Orient on Saturday
April 29th. and It will not be amlBS to
say here that the excellence of  her
passenger   accommodations    will   be
heralded to the travelling public of tho
United Stntes by all who enjoyed the
pleasant voyage across the Pacific on
her flrst trip, as furnishing the acmo
travel comfort.   Tho fact that the superior accommodations of tho Great
Northern Steamship Company In connect Ion with the comfortable Journey
nfforded by tho Great Northern Railway to Seattle, tho  sailing  point of
the    "Mlnnnesota,"   will    make  this
ronto tho popular one from Occident
to Orient.
W    N     U H ~ iT"
-    (Established April 8,1899.)
Xirrtrn: 2 6 25 Westminster avenue.
».__. ft Whitney, Publisher.
--ririLiBH Ofpice—30 Fleet street,
Imndon, E. O., England Whore a
lUe of "The Advocate" is kept for
Sobscription $f p year   playable   i;
'I        Scents a Oopy.
■i >_(i
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;   Tel. B1405.
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Vancouver, B. O., June 10, 1905.
Provincial Secretary, Fred. J. Fulton
Esq., has sent to all newspapers a copy
of a letter addressed to the Lieut.
Governor, Sir H. J. Joly do Lotbiuiere
by the President of the Lewis and
Clark Centennial Exposition, H. G.
■Qoodo. In this letter it is stated thai
the Exposition Management has set
»p*rt the period from July 3d to Jnly
8th, as "British Columbia Week." A
■"Dominion of Canada Day" has been
ssrntiigo- for Julj io*. S-.p-._M.t_- .I..--.,
in the week cau be designated by
teun_eipalit.es of the province for their
respective special celebrations at the
Junction 1.f Westinlimter roml and Westmln
•Mr avenue. siiltvices at 11 u. in.
and 7:30p.m.; sun-Ay  School  nt 2:30 p.m.
■Oiinterot Nini    and WeBtmlnsler avenues,
'1S__RVI..1_B at. 11 a. ra., and  7 p. n.i Sundny
A. K.
flehii'il and Bible Cluss 2.-30 p.m.
-I___._rlngti_n, B. A., B. O., Pastor.
rsrsousKe 1*_3 Eleventh avenue, west.  Tele,
i-hone D12-19.
coiner Ninth  avenue end  Quebec   street
KM.VICES' at 1! u.m.,uud 7:;w u. in.: Sunday
Seliuol at 2:30 p.m.    Itev.'Joo.A.Wilson, ll.A.
'Pastor.  Manse corner of Eighth avenue end
Ontario struct.   Tel. 1066.
St Michael s, (Anglican).
Corner Westminster rond and Prince Edward
-street. SERVICES at 11 n. in., anil 7.-30 p
'".Holy Communion island 3d Sundays ln each
monlli afier morning prayer, 2d anil llli Sun
days at sa. m. Suiiilny .School At 2:30 p.m.
Rev. O. II. Wilson, Rector.
Rectory 372 Thirteenth avenue, east.   Telephone 11175..
"Advcul Christian  Church   (uot7tli day Ad-
-ntlHts) L-iirucr Ninth avenue and'' Wcsltiiin
ter road.  Services 11 a. nt., and 7:30 p.m.,
Sunday  School ut   10 a. m.     Vuung  peoples'
Society of Loyal Workers of Christian Emlca-
vor meets every Suudey evening al 6: _o o'clock
.-"rayer-meetlng Wednesday nlghtsatSo'cIock
For Sale & Rent.
List your property for Reut or Sale
\tvith The Advocate Real Estate Co.
Five-roomed house, electric light,' hot
fud cold water; 83-ft.   lot,   corner; on
light- avenue, cast; prico $1,800.00.
House nud lot, Baruard street, wired;
. suitable for train man's residenco; terms.
.Now house, Ninth  avenue, modern
-conveniences. $2,200.00; terms.
: Niuth Avenue—
Full sized lot, 3 roomed cottage; cash
I77J, on time $8o0.
V-Snll sized lot,   .-roomed   house,  hot
•and-cold   water,   electric   wired;   cash
if 1 750, on time $1,860.
Full sized lot, 7-roomed house; cash
$1 276, ou time $1,375.
Two lot*, two blocks from Westmin-
ister aveuue; cash $725, on time $850.
Two-storey buildiug (rented) in busi-
mess part of Mt. Pleasant, on full sized
. lot; price {2.675.
1-lotnud-biilf Eighth avenne, coruer,
i cleared: price$800.
,'.See When Your Lodge Meets
Mr. Horace Foster returned on Saturday from a three months absence in
Rev. Dr. Robson will preach at Sea-
como Road Hall, South Vuuoouver, at
7:30 p. ui., on Sunday.
die robbery of the valuable gonis,
coins and specimens belonging to the
Art, Historical Associutiou which occurred on Tuesday is the sensation of
thin week
Mrs. Stewart, mother of MrB. Carn
worth, Eighth avenue, will leave on
Monday for Los Angeles for a visit
with relatives.
If you kuow of any local nows item of
uterest such as parties, dances, socials,
arrival and departure of visitors, society
meetings, etc., send it in to The
Advocate or by telephone B1405.
Mr. Kenneth Sweet, proprietor of Mt
Pleasant Meat Market, Seventh near
coruea of Westmiuster avenue, itn-
nouuees mut li* n ,11 nave Fresh Ftati
three dayB of the week—Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The modiflhuesps of the elbow sleeve
nud the fact that fnshion has exacted eo
general a wear of it, Including its ap-
pearauco upon certain styles of street
coats, it has given rise to.perpjexinjfdia-
ciiBsious concerning the dressing of the
arm below the sleeves. Lobg gloves
uuquestiouably solve tbe difficulty, but
as few can afford a snpply by the dozens
nud dozens tho majority are in the
throes of distress. The nearest measure
of relief is to wear the mousquetaire
length iu gloves and to hnve a short
luce or embroidery sleeve, one that will
only au inch or two of arm space
betweeu it aud the hrdf-long sleeve.
Too much praise cau not be giv_n to
the phirriugcord ribbons for trimming.
They are in great vogue, come in
several widths iu gauzes and soft pliable
silks, plaiu and figured, to suit every
dress material in the shops. Quilled
ribbons are equally convenient, and so
are the nurrow ribbon finishes which
are used to widen a gnloon and to finish
fresh from the grower every
ay,   AT   THE  LOWEST
S. Tn Wallace gp**«f^
Strawberries I
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT— -    Fancy Batter at 26c per pound.
Kitchen Chairs at 50c,    Iron Beds $4.60,
Oak Extension Tables $12, Spring Mattress and Bed $10.00.
'Phone 12(10.—Don't fail to see our stock before buying.
5T    \\/ n 11 n _-.«__.Westminster aveuue ft Harris street
a   1.   WaliaCc Telephone 1866
Atteution is called to Iho advertisement of J. Horuer's Argyle House in
this issue. Genuine bargains are listed
iu their ad.
Rev. R. E. S. Taylor who was appointed to Ihe South Vancouver Circuit
by tbe Methodist Conference will enter
upon his duties on Sunday, preaching
(iB follows: Epworth 11 a. ui., Colling
wood I) p. iu , aud South Vanconver
7:80 p. m.
An enjoynblo evening was passed by
a nnmber of youug people who surprised
the Misses Mills at the home of their
parents, Mr. nud Mrs. Fred Mills,
Seventh aveuuo, ou Thursday evening.
Present: Misses Norma, Edna aud Ray
Lobb, Miss May Armstrong, Messrs. O
uud H. Lobb, Mr V. Bigger, Mr. H.
Paul aud Mr. C. Moore.
The Oity Grocery   de_iven_  groceries
every day ou Mt. Pleasaut;   'phone 286
The Gospel Meetings iu the tent on
Westminster aveuue have beeu well
attended aud the interest- has beeu
growing. The splendid singing of Mr.
R H. Roper has beeu much appreciated.
On Saturday evening (10th), Mr. Roper
will give an address on "Christian
Work in the Yukon." On Sunday services Mill be beld at 3:30 aud 8 p. m.
Special music a feature nil the services.
The meetings will continue every eveniug until further notice.
[fl2ir Subscribers who fail to
get "The Advocate" on Saturday morning please notify
this office.    Telephone B14051
To the People of
WE WISH TO SAY that haVing
bought out the Good Will and Grocery
Business of W. D. Muir we intend
carrying on tlie same, iu tbe Old Reli
able ISliiud.
We respectfully solicit a share of the
public patronage nnd will do our best to
furnish Good Fresh Goods at reasonable
price, with prompt delivery.
Although pleased to sec uew faces, still
our first ntteutiou will be giveu at all
times to the Old Patrons of the store.
Junction of Westmiuster Road and Ave.
'Phone 2068.
an edge, as well as sewed in several
regular raws or in following the lines
of a snitable design. The study that
manufacturers, have made to avoid
tedious methods of carrying out triin-
miug fashions deserve uot only the
praise but the gratitude of all amateur
and professional, dressmakers.
South Vancouver.
meets at
"The 2d and 4th Mondays of th
.Court Vancouver,  I.  O.  F.,
?i p in.
Mt. Pleasant Lodge No. 19
i meets at 8 p. ni.
"Vancouver   Council  No.  21 la,   Oan-
i.aaiiin Order of Ohosen Friends meets
I the 2d aud 4th Thursdays of the month.
. Alexandra Hive Ko 7, Lndies of the
."Maccabees holds its regular moetings ou
l the 1st, and 3d Fridays of the month
."Advertising   la tbe  education  of- the
1,-iurehaser   of   the   merlin   of   different I w
lihat. which adds to his comfort and am-
• consumer.    It  informs the prospective!
rt_ood» and brings him Into touch with i
(Pllflea his happiness.
Mr. Fewstcr interviewed tbo Council
on Saturday last, June 3d, aud tlie
followiug resolution was tho result:
"Resolved, that the Council of South
Vancouver .Municipality do hereby
heartily endorse the project of establishing Flour Mills and Elevators as most
needful for I he farmers and residents of
this District, and pledge ourselves to do
all iu our power to promoted the samo '
The Mayor of Kamloops, GharleB S.
Stephens, Esq., was to be informed thai
the Couneil are in full sympathy with
the idea of forming a Uuion of the
Municipalities of British Columbia to
promote their interests iu the Provincial
and Dominion Houses aud in othei
The contract to make  tho Seacoine
mad to 3.11 boundary line, was let to G
Morgan ul $11 90 por chain.
Messrs Scott, Bowes & ivnapiiinn
will widen and regrado Wcsttniustei
ttveillU!, from Si.vit-niilli to Eighteenth
n.'iiiiuns for the sum ol .91.no.
J. Pal SOUS will deliver 400 yards ul
l- icli not larger Hutu 0 inches ou tht
Victoria rond, for Otic per yard.
Applications arc to he culled for th<
position of Engineer at the Quurry, to
be in before 1 o'clock on Snturdny
Juno 10th, wages In be rtnted per day,
uud tne Rome autl Councillor Middle.
iilliui'U' il to upp'iiui a competent
Youthful and charming aro the white
ground flowered silks, or modernized
pompadours. They make up well iu a
pretty style of gored skirt, half-long,
with a few folds or tuoks ou the bottom
and no other trimming. AS they nre iu
demand for dinner toilets, the corsage
may be half-low, pointed in front only,
with a wedge opening above, which is
to be filled iu with quilled lace rnffles
and scarfs of white tulle put on cross-
ways. A shirred lace finishes the neck,
and is drawn iu with nurrow ribbons or
hlack velvet. Ou the sides of tlie wedge
opeuiug nro rovers of the same flowered
silk, but uot too wide. A single puff of
silk forms the top of the elbow sleeve,
followed b.v a gathered flounce of lace
Then some shirring of white monsseline,
coming from uuder the lace, is stretched
over tho elbow and finished by a double
lace flouncing. These lace flounces
have a ribbon band aud bow for heading. From the age of eighteen to
twenty-two this iB an ideally girlish
style of gowu for a dinuer or dance, so
youthful and coquettish is it iu every
All kinds of MEATS
and Vegetables
always on hand.
Your patronage  is respect-
• fully solicited. Prompt Delivery, a*
Fresh Fish every
Thursday, Friday and
Kenneth Sweet, Prop.
Seventh Ave., near comer Westru 'r Ave.
Muir's Baksery*
On June ist, we sold our
Grocery . Business out, and1
are thus in a position to give
our undivided attention iu
the line of BREAD and
Picnic Parties
would dp well tQ see our large
variety ot' |c &d';-:C a Jk e s,
Cookies, 'Pies and other
Dainties. 4
A  fine stock of Candies
Cool Drinks.
W.O. Muir
Ring up 'phove '448.
Mt. Pleasanli*
Both bracelets, bangles or wrist velvets are in favor for wrist and arm
dressing when wearing elbow sleeves.
They beloug to the same period as necklets, neeklacos aud collars uuder tbe
open bodices we are wearing.
DO IT NOW 1—lf not already a Sub-
.((Tiber io --1 ho Advocate" become ui:i
no.v.   Only $1 for 12 months.
——WOW, trnmammmmt I
Summer Waists
The prettiest designs we ever saw. Elaborate front made of beautifully designed medallions nnd insertion, with new tucked sleeves;
regular price *1.">0 to $2.80; Ihis week hs follows; *1.2ft Waists for $1;
fl.r.0 Waists for $1.25: (2 Waists for $1,7fl; $2.50 Waists for $2.
NEWEST IN SHIRTSWAIST SUITS—We have thun iu all the
very latest idens; price $8.80 to $12.50 ench mit.
"EVERYTHING FOR MEN at reduced i rices-Collars, Ties, Shirts,
.Brnces, Sweater., Overalls, etc. Our $1.00 Men's .Straw Hats for 25c
• are actually the best value ever offered iu tiiis price.
:"%S. Mcleod, McBeth & Co.,
322 to 330 Westrnteftfer Ave.
No engineer would be mad enough to
run by the flag which signaled danger.
It Is different with the average man
or woman. They
attempt constantly
to run by the danger signals of
Nature and that
attempt costs
thousands of lives
every year. Whon
appetite becomes Irregular or ontlrely gives out.'
when sleep is troubled
and broken, when there Is
a constant feeling of dullness snd languor, Natura
Is hoisting the danger si,
nal. The stomach snd I-
allied organs aro falling In
their work and the body
ls losing the nutrition on
which Its strength depends.
Such a condition calls
for a prompt use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Modlcal
Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and
other organs of digestion
and nutrition, purifies
and enriches the blood and
builds up the body with
sound, solid flesh.
" I have had so much bono-
lll from jour medicines am triad to say a few
words that you may uso for publication,"
writes Mrs. J. R. Downea. Crystal Lake, llonii.
Had been troubled with a conuilli. alien of
jPSesses for oyer two yuan, but Idihmj-a and
liver botberod roe moat. Some of my worst
ailments wera headache, frequent palni
around heart and under i.tdn shoulder-
blade. My hand, and .set were cold nearly
all the time, and I had such chilliness lx>-
tween -boulders. Soma days oared but little
for foodi I lost nosh: Mt to tired and mis-
erabl. It seemed I -ouldu'l do sny bouno-
wors. Took medicine from my physician,
but reculred no benefit Bousht a bottlo of
' Golden Medical Discovery,' aud aftor taking It I .'olt ao much bettor wa determined to
Slvo lt a fair trial. Appetite loon Improved
and irradually the disorders disappeared until now I am well."
A Oreat Doctor Book Five.—Send 31 one-
cent stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierco, Buffalo,
N. Y.. to -cover cost of mailing only and
ho will send you a free copy of his 1008-
pagc Common Sense Medical Adviser,
paper-covered.   Cloth-covered 50 stamps.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets Core Constipation.
Big Slaughter
at' Reduced
_^ Prices.   Also all
|P   §unHH6r Goods.
W. W; Merklev
BU&RITT BLOCK -    'i'
Westminster'Avenne,  Mt. Pleasant.
For   looal  uo*s  subscribe    for  THE
ADVOCATE oiily fl for 13 months.
"If on the rond a traveller lies
Fast bound—and you should see him—
Don't take his head upon your lap
And give him.medicine and pap,
But cut his cords and free him."
Thb Ahvocatk is tho beet advertising
medium whereat circulates. Tel. Bl-iOB
The CORSET for Quality—the
C. B. C.
Fit-Reform for
Going Away
Selling Agents:
MeKme, Orlevo A Oo.,
419 Richards St.,    Vancoover,   B.   C.
Dahlia Bulbs
16,000 npfUBEROUS, The largest
Good I and best assortment this
Strong. side of the Old Country.
Prices $4.00 to $80.00 per 100.
Also PERENNIALS and Annual Plants.
Thousands of them on hand. Prices
right,.     ■
Mail Orders promptly attended to,
Sati-fnctioii guaranteed. Price List
Chas. Keeler
Note—Street Cars pass my place.
Nu_iseby: Cor. Westminsters 16th aves.
South African War Land Grant Act.
GRANT8 of land made to Volunteers.
their heirs or -assigns, under authority
of this Act, are subject to the condition
that such lands shall have been selected
by the grantees on or before the first
day of July, 1005. Notice is, therefore,
hereby given that applications for such
lands mnst be filled at a Government
Office hy that date.
Ohief Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0., 26th May, 1908.
Situate in New Westminster Mining
District, and Where located—
Deserted Bay, Jervis Inlet.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W E. Burns,
acting ns agent for John J. McPhee,
Free Miner, Certificate number B78374,
intend, 00 days from date hereof, tn
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to
the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, mnst be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1906.
9mmts%mmtm\ums^1bA'*\il!*A'Ai *ft*V
HERE is comfort in every fibre
of Fit-Reform   Outing Suits.
For the Summer home and the
Summer resort—f o r seashore and
mountains, there is nothing dressier
and more serviceable.
Real Irish   Homespuns—light,  thin,
sturdy—w oven   expressly   for  Fit—.
Reform.   That    means   uncommonly
well made, and exclusive patterns.
Coats and Trousers, $6.50 to $12. Outing Suits, $10 to $20.
Don't forget our Big Special Line
in Suits at $15.
Thomas FOSTER.
SS3 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mail   Orders   promptly   atfeuded   to.—Self-measurement
blanks and samples sent on application.
******,*,***_,l*,*, *-******■#**** (
SECTION it unmatchable iu this city.   You'vo but to glance down theso
regular prices and then note the great difference between them nud the sale ,
prices that follow.
Mixed Dress Goods, including lustres, serges, mohairs, iu good shades; regular SOe, 6O0 and 60c per yard, sale price 85c taucy I.ustres, blue, grey and
black and brown ; regular price 80c yard, sale price _5e OhaShmere, black,
grey, blue, cardinal, cream ; regular 80c ynrd, sale price 6O0 Voile in grey,
blue, cardinal, cliampague, brown uud black; regular 80c ynrd, salo prico 60c.
Fuucy Voiles, iu silk stripes aud checks; regnlar price $1 00 ynrd, sale
price $1... Summer Tweed in fawn, green, brown nud grey mixtures; regular $1.80, salo price $1 Panama Cloth, pearl   grey,   drab,   green;   regular
price $1.25, sale price 05c.
303 Hastings Street.
is called to the factthat our Goods are alwa)'S Fresh
and RELIABLE.      Tomatoes 10c, Corn 10c, Pons IOc, Beans IOo.     .
We aim to please you in every way.
Our  Specialties BUTTER and TEA.
Andrews Bros.,
2315 Westminster Ave. ' Phone 933.
Brantford Bicycles
Expert Repair
Automobiles, Bicycles and Supplies.
W. J. ANNAND. Manager.
1.6 Hastings Street, East. Telephone 1385
Argyle House
Tho Big Bargain Dry Goodn Storo of B. C.
We Always Have Bargains for
£>s% Your Inspection. %/^T%
raM^tnSave Money %yohJl
WHITE COTTON, 4c, 7J^c, 80, IOo, 12#o and 16o a yard.
Unbloncbod Cotton, 6c, 7)_(o, 80, IOo and 13)_(c a yard.
A well- assort, d stock of Burenn Scarfs and Stand Covers, ranging
from ?fjo'to.fl.35 each.
Ladies' Vests iu all the latest and up-to-date stylos, with long sleeves,
short sleovhs aud sleeveless, 60, IOo, 160, 30c, 26c, ,'IOc up to 76c each.
BOYS' BLOUSES, regular 60c, selliug at 16c.
TURKISH TOWELS, worth 16c   for 10c each
'  ,15o
26c    '
'   20o
IllJc   '
1   S6c
Which Meet on nt. Pleasant
[. O. O. P.
Mt. Pleasnut Lodge No. lilmeets every
Tuesday nt Dp. in, in Oddfellows Hull
Westminster avenne,   Mt. Pleasant.
Sojourning brethren cordially invited
to attend.
Noble Grand—Hugh Walker.
Record in 0 Secbetar y—F r a u li
Trimble.cor. Ninth nve. & Westniiu'r rd.
I. O. F.
Court Vancouver 1328, Independent
Order of Foresters meets 2d and 4th
Mondays of each month- at 8 p. 111., in
Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
Chief Ranger—J. B. Abernethy.
Recording Secretary—J. Hnnseu,
13 Seventh Avenue, went
Financial Secretary—M. J: Crehan,
31. Princess street, City.   Telephone
Alexandra Hive No. 7, holds regnlai
Reviow   1st   nnd 3d Mondays of each
month in  Mason's Hall, corner .Ninili
avenne and Quebec street.
Visiting Ladies always welcome.
Lady Commander—Mrs. F. L. Budloug,
136 Eleventh avenuo, west-
Lady Record Keeper—Mjs. J. Martiu,
Ninth avenue.
Vancouver Council, No. 21 la, meets
every 2d and 4th Thursdays of each
month, in I O. O. P., Hall, Westminster avenuo.
Sojourning  Frieuds always welcome.
W. P. Flewelling, OhlofOpuuolllor.
Miss A. Chambers, Recorder,
-__8 We-tminstoravonue. Tel. "iw.
|-a_r_L-'<_- Shav"w)
JdLK S> Parlor#
Westminster Ave., next Glasgow House
Frank Underwood, Proprietor.
Successor to John Oilman.'
(..1V11 this Shop a trial—threo chairs*
Jas. Carnahan.
Order--   i>.'oin|itly   ttttvildcd   lo,    ulght    or
dny.   rhnfKCf. niotlerHle.
Offico: 37 Huntings street, west,
Telephone Number 479.
60  YEARS'
Thadc Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anrono -.andlng a eketch nnd doicrlntloit mny
quickly uscertuin our oplulon froo wbctber an
Invention, Is probnbljr patenuMa. Coinmunle*.
linns Htrlct lr mutlcton t Inl. Ilundbook ou Pul ent*
■ont freo. Oldoat ncflmT for ««curlaii potonii.
Pnii.iii-. takon tiirotmii Munn t% Co. r*cclv«
tpetitilnnttct, without charge, In toi
Scientific American.
A handsomely illurtratod woekly.   I.«
(-.illation of any ■rtentlflo journal.   T«l..
yw, four months, $L Bold l»y all nawii
""" & Co.S6tB~»*~»- New
omco. MS V BU Washl-ito*.:
Advertise in "The Advocato "
it. & J. HARDV & CO.
Company,  Financial,  Press and
Advertisers' Agents.
80 Fleet St., London, B.C., England .
Colonial Busiuoss a Speoialtf.
. *vw%^%.***--'%%-%%^%''%^>%v%%*'
wjan. Gas Stove
Brings to
400 Westminster Ave. Opp..Garuegie Library.
Meals nil time, woll cooked and delicious. Oooil humored
wives at meal times as well as other hours of the day.
Increased bank accounts   through decreased fuel bills.
Rolease from the drudgery of cooking. Well fed, good-
natured husbands. Saving of time at meal hours. Kitchens as neat ns drawiug rooms.
Opportunities for securing any youug man's affection.
Take your "Prince Charming" to tlie kitchen some evening and let him help you make a cup of cocoa on the gas
stovo. If that experience doesu't make him anxious to
possess a nice gas stove and a pretty home nf his own
with you ns general manager, nothing will fetch him.
We would be pleased to have you  call  and
inspect our appliances.
Vancove? Gas Company.
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