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Array RUBBER GOODS.
Hot Water Bottles,
75c, $1.00 and up.
Fountain Syringes, m
75c, $1.00 and up. j
The McDowell, Atkins,!
Watson Co., Ld.
Burritt Block, Mount Pleasant. J
tf0~ I1'"!! Line of Lowney'. Ohooohues.
Mt. Pleasant Advocate
. Devoted to the interests of   Mt.Pleasant, Central Park, South Vancouver.
Established Apr. 5, i 599. Fifth Year, Vol. 5, No. 44, Whole Number 253
Si per year. Six Months 50c,  Three Months 35c, Single Copy 5c.
GO TO LEONARDO
COFFEE PALACES
The Arcade or Granville Street
For Light Lunch
! Fresh Oysters, just in.   Baked Apples—like homo—
t with Pure Cream.   Genuine Boston Baked Beans
Open from 7:80 a. in., to 12 p. m.
Sunday from U a. in.   to 12 p. in.
riOUNT PLEASANT, VANCOUVER,  B. C,   SATUgPAV. February   13th. 1904.
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O Q   nersons having Friends or knowing of ®
O    I   ^vx-"rnl It_>IT%C!      V   .Strangers visiting on lil. Pleasant will  O
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The  Anniversary  Sorvicos   of   Mt,
The McCuaig Auction and Commission Co., Ltd.,nexttoCarueige Library,
Hasting, street, buy Furniture for Cash,
Conduct Auotiou Sales and handle
Bankrupt Stocks of overy description.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phono 1070.
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Tho Woman's Auxiliary and Young
People'. Society of tho Mt. Pleasant
Presbyterian Church united iu giving a
very delightful Social in the church
room, on Thursday ovouing. Soft
draperies, rugs aud pictures on the
walla transformed tho church room.
into veritable drawing rooms. Autographs proved a very entertaining game,
in whioh Miss Mitchell and Miss
Mills captured first prize.. Thero
was a short program which
included a song by Mrs. IJuriis-IJixou,
recitations by Misses Allen and Roblu-
son. A. usunl with all Presbyterian
entertainments on Mt. Pleasant ample
and dnuity refreshments were served.
The pastor, Rev. G. A. WilBon, B. A.,
and Mrs. Wilson wore present.
Dr. Roland D. Grant's lecture Thursday aftomoon on "Jewel, uud Precious
Stone.," in Conservatory Hall, under
the auspices of tho Local Council of
Women, wn. Intensely interesting and
instructive nud the time ail too short
for his hearers aud the subject. Hi.
Worship Mayor McGuigan presided. A
vote of thanks wns extended to Dr.
Grant ou motion of Mrs. (Capt. Mellon).
Dr. Rols. id D. Grant aud Mrs. Grant
hnvo lonuod the Art, Historical Society
Museum a case of valuable and interesting gem. nnd specimens.
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Court Vnncouver, Independent Order
of Foresters will hold nu "At Homo,"
on Moudny evening February 22d, iu
Oddfellows' Hall, corner Seventh aud
Westminster avenues. There will bo an
interesting program, and refreshments.
The chief-feature of the evening will be
a Whist Tournament. There will be a
lady's and gentleman's first prize, nud
l ,1bo booby prizes. Tho affair will be
open to incut hers nud thoir friends.
When hcavior nud moro substantial
shoes aro required for Winter Wear,
we are, as usual, with the very choicest
ottering, of the best makers. Wo offer
SPECIAL values in Ladies Shoos at $1 75,
$2.. 0 and $8.50. R MILLS, 18 Cordova
.atreet and D10 Granville .treut.
Plpasaut Presbyterian Church will tuke
place about March 8th.
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Michael's Chnrch held their regular
meeting on Thursday afternoon.-
Mr.-W. A. Brown's handsome new
residence corner of Quebec stroet aud
Mighth avenuo is about completed, nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Brown expect to move iu
abont March 1st.
Mr. M. E. Shaver, formerly a teacher
in Mt. Pleasant School, returned this
week from several months absence in
the East, aud will resume his position
ou the Mt. Pleasant Staff.
Mrs. Rolston gave a very delightful
tea at her home Thirteenth avenue, on
Wednesday afternoon.
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Alexandra Hive No. 7, L. O. T. M.,
will give a Social on Friday the 19th, in
Oddfellows' Hall, Seventh and Westminster avenues. A very pleasant
time is anticipated.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Austen Johnston returned last week from their
honeymoon trip spent in Los Angeles,
California. They are staying with.
Mrs. Johuston'B mother, Mrs. M. Mac-.
farlaiie 1188 Melville street.
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Messrs F. Murray, H. Foster nnd G
Foster, of Mt. Pleasant, have purchased
tho Shingle Mill on Anvil Island, and
will engage in the shingle business.
They left on Monday for Anvil Island
to nssjmu charge of the mill.
A wedding on Wednesday next.
*aCr£-J33S~~3*S  I
New York Dental Parlors
Upper or Lower Sot.
Guaranteed for 12 3'ears.
22K GOLD   CROWNS.... . 7 00
SILVEB FILLINGS only... .1 00
GOLD Fillings as low as 2 00
PLATES  12 00
Teeth Extracted (painless) 50
We give the best wo.tk for the least money. Our offices are well equipped
with the very latest appliances for doing painless dentistry. We can give
you the satisfaction thnt wo have given to others.
We can Extract, Fill and Crown Teeth absolutely Without pain.
Our operators are all gradnate dentists, holding special diplomas, which are
ou view iu our reception rooms.
New York Dental Parlors, 147 Hastings St., E
Office Hours: 8 a. m.j to 9 p.;m.; Sundays 9 n. in., to 2 p. m. Telephone 1568
Mt.
—Wo have the best—our prices are right. Call and yoi,
will be convinced that wo can savo yon money.
Paints,   Oils & Glass.
J, A.  ELETT,
PLEASAaJl  HARDWARE STORE.      Tel. 447
W.R.OWENS, Manager.
PURE INDIA TEA
SPECIAL!
Pancv Nave! QUA
2 Doz. for 25c,
teres""
(The New   Breakfast Food),
3 packages for 2SC.
9   "KJF •
2425 Westminster avenue.
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Extra Spec!
LADIES' COSTUMES lu dark groy, black, fawn and navy, made
in differeut styloB in trimmed aud plain, worth up to $18; Your
choice if 5 00
LADtES' COSTUMES in dark grey, regular price |9; Sala
price $8.00
Everything in tho line of Ladies' and Children Fall Coats clearing
at cost and bolow.
, A. ROSS & CO., 23Cordova St. _
Blended by one of the leading Tea Exporters of the  World
and packed by skilled labor—on the gardens in India.
10,000 Pounds coming direct for  The City  GaocERT
Company, aud to be sold by  them  at  the astonishing low-
price oi30o per pound.   Think of ill—a 50c Tea for 30c I
THE OTY GROCERY CO.
THE  WONDERFUL  CHEAP   GROCERS
Tel. £66. Westminster Ave. & Princess Street.
OOOOOCOGCO COCCC'OCCCO OCOCOI ^YmmimJItlltt
Some special
ware
A full line of the useful
The special meetings in the Mt
Pleasant Baptist Church will bo continued during next week. Ou Sunday
morning and evening Rev. A. W. Mc-
Leqrl will preach. On Sunday afternoon
at 2:.10 a Young People's Rnlly will be
udojressed by Rev. M. Vausickle Avho
wlj| nlso sing several selections. On
Monday evening Rev. R. G. MacBeth
Avjll preach. The other meetingB will
be addressed by Rev. M. Vnnsicklo who
ly»s been a successful evangelist
ADDRESS TO BOYS.
At the Sunday morning service iu
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church the
Jtev. C. H. M. Sutherland -will give nn
address to Boys ou tho subject, "The
Religion of a Football Game." The
Rev. E. Rohson, D. D., will cnudnct tho
evening service, the Rev. Mr. Sutherland supplying for the Rev. A. E.
Green who in ill
Dry Foot a'lwny. givo a man comfort,
Many complaints have their origin in
wearing poor shoe, during the wiuter
month, in British Columbin. Why
toko chanoes? We invite you to call
and see onr Winter Shoes—none better.
R, Mills, 18 Cordova .treot nnd (MO
Granville street.
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GOODRICH-ALLEN.
A pretty weddlug took place on
Thursday ovenlng at the residence of
Mr. Harris, 110 Wostminstor avenue,
when Miss Lizzio Allon was united in
marriage to Mr. Arthur Goodrich, a
conductor on the B. O. Electrio Ry.
The happy couple will reside at 125
Laiisdownp. avenue. Rev. C. H. M.
Sutherland officiated.
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BIRMINGHAM—BYERS.
Tho marriage of Miss Ethel S. Bycrs
to Mr. H. L. Birmingham was celebrated on Wednesday evening at tho Mt.
Pleasant Methodist Parsonage, 123
Eleventh avenne, wast. Miss L. Shop-
pnrd noted as bridesmaid. The happy
couple will make their home at Central
Park. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. C. H. M. Sutherland.
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Before starting on a shopping tonr,
look over the advertisements in the
ADVOCATE.
Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Kcolor entertained tho Philiuiathiau Society ou Tuesday evening, the attendance was larger
than usual, and a profitable evening
wns spout iu the study of Kipliug's
"Recessional." The     retrospective
features of the peoui, the warnings, the
meter aud figures of speech Avere nil
dealt with, The meeting for next week
was odjonrncd to Tuesday Feb. 28d,
Avheu the Society Avill meet at the home
of Mr. Herbert Harford, Twelfth avenne. The program for the 23d, is a
debate on "Woman's Rights," the
lender for tho ladies being Miss Nellie
Auuis, and for tbe geutlcuieu Mr. Harry
Slovens. The judges will be Miss F.
Morrison, Mr. J. B. Mathers and dipt.
Thos. Saeret.
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THE EMPIRE THEATRE.
At the Empire Theatre this Aveok the
program is headed by tho MuHally
Sisters, who aro very good iu their net,
singing, dancing and acrobatic work.
Mise Ethel McGregor, in that most
beautiful song, "Thou You'll Remember
Me," from the Bohomiau Girl, entertains in a most pleasing manner,
Golden and Weaver, Avho never, fail to
please, appear iu u new act this week.
Mr. Fred N. Tracy coulributes tho
beautiful Illustrated song, "I Left You
for I Loved You," in a pleasing style.
The moving pictures are as usual up-to-
date, and instructive.
Rev. and Mrs. Sntherlund will enter
tain the Young Popplo'B Bible Class of
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church on
Tuesday evening next at the pRrsonage
128 Eleventh avenue, Avast.
I
Mr. McOutoheon, the Mt. Pleasant
Barber, i. having a two-Btorey building
erected on Westminster nvenue, between
Mr. Russell's and Mrs. Fnirbaivn'.
buildings.
WANTED TO RENT
a 5 or 6 roomed house on
Mt. Pleasant; apply to
The Advocate Office.
The Local Union of Christian Eudea
vor met in tho Wesley Church on Mon
day eveuing, the Rev. R. J. Wilson
presiding. The followiug officers were
olectod: President, Mr. A. E. Mitchell
of the First Presbyterian Church;
Vice-President, Mr. R. Bagot of tho
FlrBt Baptist Church; Secretary-
Treasurer, Mr. William Callander of
tbo Mt. Pleasaut Presbyterian Church
John Ludlowe—iu the employ of E.
H. Peace, butcher—while working at
tho sausage machine ou Monday uight,
got his right hand caught in it the iiv-t
joint of the first finger and tip of tha
second finger were out off.
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Mr. Fled Whitlook, a popular member of the Epworth League add Young
People's Bible CIbsb of Mt. Pleasant
Methodist Church, will leave on Tuesday for his home iu Eltuira, Out., via
the Great Northern,
THE ALEXANDRA TOILET
PARLORS.
Carry the most complete stock of
roqnisitious for the Toilet' Skin Foods,
free from hair-growing propensitives
Tissue Builders to suit all faces. By far
tho largest stock of Hair Goods in town
nt moderate prices.
Electroysis, Hnir-dressing, Mauiou
ring', Scalp Treatment, and Face
Massage.
587 and 589 Granville street
Tim Advocatk is the best advertising
medium where it circulates.  Tel. Bl-106
Local Items and Personals.
1 the best is none too good for our Customers
This week—Special  offer of Best    PICKLES.
SWEET Mixed 80o Quart or 2 for floe
SOUR Mixed 85o " ' 2 ' 45c
GEHKINS 25c       "       '   2   k<     45o
In Bottlod Goods avo keep the best iu Heiutz, Cross A Blnckwel), Rmvat's and
Red Cross brands.   A fnll line of Sauces and Table Rolishes.
Examine our window display.
The  Firemen's  Ball   on   Thursday
evening proved n must successful affair.
It wns largely nttciulcil aud the appointments porfost in every particular.
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At the Reception Service in tho Mt.
Pleasant Methodist Church oil Hntnlay
eA'ening last 18 wero received into the
church.
IS
Westminster & Seventh Aves.
e&
Mt. Pleasant.
Tel. 1360
MOUN
PLEASAN
Cor. Ninth Ave
&NTCentral Heat flarket
& Westminster Rd. . Telephone 954.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in all kinds of Fkksii and Salt Meats.    Fresh Vegetables always
on hand.   Orders solicited from nil parts of Mount Pleasant and Kail-view.
Prompt Delivery.
FRANK TRIMBLE, Prop.
■B—iw*s_si*~a_*j*_*i
THE
cooao
Family Theatre.
Hastings St., nearCaknkoibLibbart.
Admission Wo.
3:30 to 5 p.m., and 7 to 11 p.m. Daily
High-class Entertainment for
Ladies, Gentlemen & Children
on all BOOTS and
SHOES
Ladies' Shoes, odd
sizes, at $ | .00
Ladies' Shoes,
were $3.00 for $ | .75
See our windows.
Douglas A Coulter
44 2 Westminster avenue.
20 sz, Saved
Oetlvle's IIuiigHrluil Flour $1,10
:i-lb. pull Lard 3S_,       20.1b, suck Sugar .1.00
Dluo Lnbol Ketchup 2fic,      C. A B. Pickles 30c
Koccnc OU, sealed tins, $1.70
R. H. WALLACE, 'Phono 088.
Mt. Pleasant. Free delivery
Chaugcs for ndvertisomeuts should bo
in before Thursday uoon to Insure their
publication.
For local news read Tho Advocate.
Business
Notice
The undersigned beg to iuform
the inhabitants and public in general
of Mount Pleasant, that they will
open up business on TUESDAY
JANUARY 88th: 1004, ill the
Tailoring nnd limit and Shocrmik-
tng, on Westminster avenue corner
LnnsiloAvtiu avenue, (opposite Dr.
Brydone-Jack's residence), until the
netv store, arc completed,, whioh are
being built, on tho enrnor of West
minster nud Fifth avenues/ and
which will be ready in May.
Speoial attention will ho given to
the.Making and Repairing of Boots
ami Shoes—in nil its I ranches.
Also to tho malting of First-elm..
Knits to order. Cleaning, Repairing
nud Pressing. All orders and repairs
promptly executed. Quality and
Workmanship pr/AKaHTEMO eijnal to
any in the City.
CHARGES MODERATE.
A trial is respectfully solicited.
E.MITOHELL,   N.-MITOHEU,
Tailor.        Shoemaker.
Full Line of Fancy and Staple
Q ROCERIES
Prices to compare with any.
J. P. HAL-DON
Cor. Westminster ave., & Dnfferlu st.
USf" Subscribers who fail to
get "The Advocate" on Saturday morning please notify
this office.    Telephone B 11)05
Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Harford entertained a number of their friauds
on Thursday evening nt n very
pleo.iiut party at their home on Victoria
street.
nnd   Mrs.
Saluriiav
BIRTHS,
HOOKY.—Boru   to  Mr.
Hooey'      Teeth      avenue,
Fob. Gth, a son.
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Tho City Grocory   delivers groceries
every day on Mt. Pleasant;   'phone 280
A Masquerade Ball will be given by
tho Terpsichorcau Club on Thursday
evening the 18th.
Mr, M. Po.ttipie.cc of Revelstoko, is
visiting his sou Mr. Pcttipiuie, Tenth
avenuo.
Tin: ACVOOATR is always glad to receive
Items of social, personal or other uews
from its readers.   80ml  news items to
the office or by telephone, 111 Ulfi.
"The Advocate" is in receipt of the
1804 Calendar and Wall Atlas issued
by the Winnipeg'"Telegram." It consists of five large sheets, the first being
the calendar sheet bordered with Hup.
of all nations, the other four sheets eon-
tain map. of tbo Eastern and Western
Hemispheres, the Dominion, the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, British
Colombia, England, Wales, Scotland
nml Ireland. "The Telegram" has 091'
tninly chosen 1 useful iind vnluiiM
premium in ihoir 1004 Calender ami
Wall Atlas.
Read the Now York Dental Parlori
advertisement in this paper, then go to
Now York Dental Parlor, for your work
Central Bark.
Central Pink, l"eb. II, J004
Tho Social (Hub was delightfully entertained nt the home of Miss Gertie
Woart on Wednesday evening, when «
very pleasant timo Avns spout Avith
music nnd games. Dainty refreshment
were served during the evooiug,
A largo number of Vancouver Orange
men iteeompnuieil by the Clarke
Wnllnce Fife mid Drum Baud, paid 11
visit to tlio Centra] Park Ixxlge ou
Wednesday evening.
The Conservative Club are holding »
special business meeting in the Wcsl
Buruaby School House, Friday evening.
A large Surprise Party gathered :il
the boms of Mr. and ftfrs. Ceo Krer pn
Monday evening, when n'merry time
wns spent with music, game, auii
dancing.
ware
and  at prices that are
the lowest
H.D. Hyndman'
Successor to tho
AVEiNLE CROCKERY
4 3 Q   Wiwijiixsteu   Avkntk
q .telephone 031
800
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and Eiderdowns
Just the Weather for them to bo
fully appreciated, nnd nt price,
to bo appreciated by tho thrifty
housewife.
Save money by coming
this week.
Every one at cost—wo haven't
many left—but ont they go at
$3.50,  91.7S, .2.00, $3.10
f2.85, J3.8S. $3. lo up to #10.
Also a   few  pairs   of
Pillows—
at 85c, $1.10, $1.50, SJ2.30 pair.
J.W.KENNEDY
303 Hastings street.
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THE
BEER
With
Out
a
Peer.
asca
Brewed right here in Vancouver 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 j~|
in the hearts of the people which no other beer
can supplant ?    Doz., quarts $2.   Doz., pints $|.
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.       Tel. 4_9
For Sale at all first-class Saloons, Liquor Stores aud Hotel*
or delivered to your house.
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MORROW'S
VF.GKTfiDLE
Hci.rlnvigorator
Keeps You
looking young.
Always restores youthful color to Gray
or Fiuted Hnir, A high class dressing,
keeping the hair soft, glos'sy nud
abundant.   Psion 7">o a hottlk.
WORRQW& CLARKE'
600-603  Hastings M., Cor. Seymour
Tt.'lepllinjc    11104,
  	
McTaggort & Moscrop
Dkai.kiis. in
RANGES,
STOVES and
GRANITEWARE.
P/UNTS, OILS,  GLASS,:
3<* carraii St..    Vancouver, B.C.. I
Toiuploron Block.
Il seems to lie natural to associate
"Uot Glass" with price. 8A\ay np |
past the dollar mark
!i;;t do you  know "TroroyV cnif 1
snpply you with  many Cut Glass
nvtiolos running from Hoc nnd np?
We have all Ihe needed things in
„ in Cut Glass, and a very handsome j
B department Ip, whioh to .how It-
by daylight or electric light.
Vases from 35c to i»20.00
Knife Heals 7<it! each.
S:ilt-i$i.no pair.
Toothpick Holder. .1.00 each
Bonbon Dishes yll tu »7.
Sugar Shakers $1.110 to $2,78
Olive Dishes $1 to *C
Mustard Pot. tl.7S.tpf8.iS.
Trorey
THE JEWELLER.
p»t- Q.-P. ^,'%,'tv"*. 1 w^w%, v».'
t HAVE OPENED A
FEED STORE
Gornitr Ninth Ave. * Westminster Rd
nnd will be pleased to irar/ply
anything in my line of bniTnoss'
5. KEITH
Telephone JfiH.
FREE
Royal Crown Soap Wrappers
Ret nro 18 Boys! Ormvu Soap Wrapper.
rnd we will sen,1 fiee yeur ohoieoof b'O
pin ir.es. Or for W wrappers choice ol
...0 hooks,   Book, mid picture list.an
u; I'ii'iitinii.
The Roya. Soap
Co., UmiteiS,
vmuimvcR, ».c
flarket
3331    Westminster   Ave.
Mt.
E. H.
Pleasant.
Peace,  Proprietor.
OO OO 00
Wholesale    and    Retail
Dealer    in   Meats    ot
AU Kinds. Tel. /viao6
Give us trial.
Prompt Delivery.
IU
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amain.
believe you eared n straw for any man."
Edith winced. "Let me try sjit' teach
you; I know your heart, your mind; I
know the sort of life that wonld stt t
you; and though I may not he worthy
of you, I am not n had fellow. I have
a good temper, and more heart than I
thought I hnd, till you drew It f»:th. I
pairs. ltceojrnlV.ng the handwriting j
when the contents of the posbhug tvern ■
distributed at breakfast, he deferred
Hiding it, feeling curtain it would co:i-
ti.ii! some-thing tn wotmd and l'r"l. Trio
pi-rusnl justified bin nnticipntinns. The
lister was cunningly contrived to >U\b
him, and accomplished its end;  but he
BY MRS. ALEXANDER.
"Certainly not, if yon deslto it. I d'.d
.not fancy affairs would go tpi'te so
quiclfTy Tfoi'n what I saw before I left
town."
'"'Ob/i they went much quicker often
yon left. It will be announced noxi
week, and then we shall hurry tn the
nuiriiagu as fast as possible; in fact I
sboll not lettve town till it is an nceom-
plwhcil fact. Then, after such prokaic-
cd eclf-abnegntion, I nm going to stay
with flic ,'lohustones at tSnUhetulia ta
refresh myself with o glimpse of the
depr old country."
"Indeed! It is a long time since yon
visited the banks anil braes of C tig-
"ruthie," returned Maitland, in a somewhat forced voice.
■'TEcs; -quite ages. Shall you be it
home in September?"
"I suppose so."
"Tlion you must he my guide, pfi'.lo-
aopher aud Mend In the nccucs of mi
youth," said Mrs. Winington, stealing .-i
tvatebfid glance at hi* sombre couittefl.
n nee.       ..
I am at your service, of coiiwe.'
tine from Mr. D.rgnn, announc'us that
as both Mr. Tilly ami himself were of
oi.lndun lh.it their ward should n.i lurtgei
be buried alive in a country village, they
had accepted a very good offer fur th-'
cottage, and let it on lease. His sVer,
.Mis. Miles, would, he said, .peak fo*
herself. He only deeply regretted th.
circumstances which obliged her ta
Jmve hor denr charge.
The other was from poor Mrs. M les,
and was a very incoherent production;
it w.is even illegible hero anil there
from big trars which had evidently f.i' en
in the paper. .She explained in a on-
fund fnehion that tin aunt who hid
shown her kindness in former days trai
dying of it lingering Ulnecs and Aras
qtlirt alone; that she felt it her duty
13 go nml nurse this relative to the last;
(I,at il broke her heart lo leave her o'eat
I'Mitli. but it could not he avoided; thnt
it would he almost the sorest day the
ever bud when tin.'-left the cottage und
tli.it would lie on Tuesday next. Finally,
rl-.e prayed God to b!«s her dear cbi.tL
and restore th($u to each other.
Rcsido. the letter a scrap of paper 1.0
am a poor man, and I cannot tempt you did not dream it  waa    designed.    He
with wealth, bnt we shall havo enough never  imagined  that   Mrs.   Winington
for a quiet life.    We can wander about had any clew to bh feeling..    Her lot-
tie continent, and revel  In music and ter seemed to him the natural sequence
pltture*, nnd make a home wherever w« of her announcement that her t:r..thpj'
go.    You are surely not 90 hard an to and   Miss   Vivian   were   engaged.     Yet i
be unmoved by *uch true affection, such the picture her word, called  up mid*
warm esteem ss mine?    If you accept him set his teeth us it in pain, anl he
me you «m do what you will, hidcpttid- wished she had been less suggestive. No!j
ont of guardian, or any other nuisance of that ho "believed Edith ivns too demon-
that kind, and you will make one man, strntlve, her quiet, somewhat sedate, nn- j
very happy."      _________________
His quiet earnestness touched Edith;
she hesitated and grew very grave as
she thought it was quite possible .he
could be tranqn.ll and happy with sneli
• devoted friend. No one else hud ever
loved her except poor Mrs. Miles, and
gratitude alone   ought to make her np-
tare wns far removed   front  the offer-
A'oseent    condition    irreverently    called'
"gush."     That   she   would   be   frr.rikly, I
deliriously tender he had so doubt.
Well he was Infernally unlucky. H. |
-art* I1/1 v» had _» good a chance as Buti
in., Had he not been called nwny. Now, i
it ivould be long before lie cou'.d lis.tt
Mrs/ TTiTibtfrbon felt the formality of   bt^tbrw^^^vaim,'m^rMM
his tone and sighed.   ^^^^^^^^^^
'If you aro disengaged to-morrow,
come to dinner anil meet tbo affianced
ones," pursued Mrs. Win'.uctoii, billy:
'.while she told herself. "He will not
eome."
"I shall be roost happy,, if 1 am In
London; bin should f nettle the mstte?
about which I caiDi) up, I am bound u
return by the night iiiuil." He lose :i*
he spoke.
"We shall hope to see you, however."
suid Mis. Winington, smiling sweetly,
without makiug any attempt Jo delay
him.
"For the present; goodbye tteti.
Should 1 r«t 'w you before I go, nray
eengrnfiliate Uealon for me at the rglu
firoe."
"He will tell you something. 1 have uo
doubt. Bemembcr, ..43 in-aior ««•
Good-bye."
Mrs. Winington stood looking ,i icr
him for a minute, her brows knit, her
nng'T tip:, of ono hand resting ou a
i-niall table beside her, the other giB'-'p-
liur u locket at her threat.
"He came here to seek her," she mtir-
mured; "herself, or her money. Mniy '.»
right; I believe lie Jove* her. 1 suspect
I have dealt him a cruel blow, liotv
gallantly he look it! He must never
know 1 lied to him. Now this marring*
must take place; and .0011, cost what t
may to every uue concerned. How his
ryes sought that door! Ilml she come
lu, they would hate told everything in
spite of his strength and seli'-eontto'.
Oh, how different ho is from the w llnw
wands of men that surround me!"'
was BCiaivIed in tremulous characters
thos? words; "I can't help my.uif, dear,
I ean't'iudctrd. I'll toil you all yet; wait
it bit, ami bent this."
Edith read both letters twice before
she took i;i their meaning; then the full
sense of her desolation nislicd upon h r.
Without a home, a tie, a claim 0.1 any
one, wJinf was sho to do? whnt was to
become of her? Only at breakfast a
couple ot hours ago, Mrs. Winington
hnd been talking of a series of vl-tits
she had promised to pay to various country houses. Where was she to tnmf
The consciousness that she hail money
cnourli for nil ber needs wns a sort t>t
iitstiiict idea that brought her no earn-
fort.
There was a liuge of mystery, too, In
this cmldeu 'wrenching asunder of the
faithful Mrs. Miles nud herself that
completed her distress. Dargan was at
llie bottom of il. She liud an inmate
distrust of Dargan; and Mr. Ti ly,
though so much nicer, ivas a mere puppet in his hands. She had no real friend
j en earth, hut Mrs. Winington, and perhaps Mr, Beaton, (hough she had no
right to double either. She gutheied up
these dreadful letter, and ran to Mrs.
Winiuglon'. private sitting-room, cijtt
to confide her 'griefs to her only fi'innd
and receive counsel, but ihe room was
empty.
Edith returned from her sketching ex
etnrson, looking brighter anil lei er lhaii
Mrs. Winington huil seen her sin e Ih '
day on which sho bud wounded her with
ihe speech she had put Into Mai thin l's
mouth. 1
"If she likes Leslie aud ma ivies him
willingly I will forgive her." ttu>ug°,:it
.Mrs. Winington, ns sOe looked at h -r
sweet eyes und son color. "Sho Italy
can look almost pretty." |
"Had you a pleneant nfternoou, and
did Leslie cut your pencils judiciously?"
she asked kindly as they went up-ft'nlrs;
Edith to take off her lint, und hor lies-
tee. to dress for a dinner-party. |
"It was very pleasant indeed. Mr.
Beaton wns, us lie nlwnys is. go good. .
How much he knows, Mrs. Wiutngt n!
He gave me quite an interesting recount
of Claphnm, and. Strouthnm nod Dr,
■lohnsoii."
"Did he?" with a little surprise. ' Oil,
he is not dull."
It was not till the next day when
they were breakfasting, howev
Mrs. Winington thought fit to tail Edith
of Maitland'. visit. She had pondered
profoundly on the best metbod of ileal-
ins; with this fact, though it was with
a natural air of sudden reflection she
exclaimed:
"Ofo, by the bye, 1 forgot to tell you
1 had a visit from Jack Maitland yesterday."
Edith colored a little, but answered
calmly, "Indeed! I suppose his mother lo
much better?"
"Ye.; nearly quite well.   I dou't know
how long he Is going to stay.    1 asked
liim to dinner to-doy; both Colonel Winington and Leslie like him."
"Will be come?"
"He trill if he does not go north tonight. Why, you don't like him; eh,
Edith?"
"1 am not so foolish as to dislike him,
Hough I am sorry he i3 not as wise as
I thought he was," nnd she smiled.
"Thnt he certainly Is not. He ;.skcil
for you, but with 11 sort of luceliing,
pitying smile that vexed me. Are you
sure, dear child, you never showed him
mii.v particular preference ?"
"iS'ot that I am aware of; hut you
know how ignornut ami nn trained I am,
•lear Mrs. Winington. And whoa I am
left to myself ugiiin I shall probably
forget nil you hnve tnui.-lit nie."
"Vou must not be left alone," *:iiil
Mrs. Wiiii.igtois,  thoughtfully.
Arid Edith went nwny to read .11 her
own [iioni, n» was her h.'ibji; but ii was
some time before she eould IU her mind
■ 11 hfr book. The sense of unmerited
huinllintlciii, of pain nml linger against
MaUlnuil, widen she hud sueei'ssfuliy s p
pressed, wa. ngniii aroused, nml lead*
her hrart bent with imllgn.'iliun and
regret, . *'
. ...
.Mt*> Winington wus uot surprised to
■; .eire a line of apology „om Mnillund;
he found it sfsoetoary to leave for Edinburgh by the night train. "I woud r
what his business la London really
Wis?" sho thought, os she threw Its
i.ote Into tho wsstopaper basket; ".it
any rate he is s.'ife out of the wny.
When he meets Edith ngain she shall bo
Mrs. Leslie Benton,"
Ajwtlior week hnil nearly passed by,
and Edith had had no answer from Mrs.
. Miles. She suw less tlinu ever of her
brilliant hostess, who was mtieh engage!
assisting Lndy Mary lo choose her n-ous-
-can. Beaton, however, wns coiurfaivtly
with her, always quietly attentive, mid
ii'tere.sti.'d In all thnt interested lie.-. Mie
Fid tit snt iloivn,hoping Mrs. Winington
might come in before going nut, as sht'
often did in the forenoon. Once nior:'
.he read Mr. Dnrguoi's letter, thinking
all the time she heard his thin, larsih
vi'ice uttering the smooth senteooes nnd
11 linost Boeing h!s sycophnntie grin. H«
pulse lie::t quick, with :.n iutilgriant sens?
if helplessness. Why did ihey tear Mrs.
Mite, from her .nnd why, oh, why did
not Mri.  Winington  come?
As she thought the hnndlo of Ihe door
tnrned. At the Bound Edith started up,
end went forward so eagerly that she
ucnxly rtlsl'.ed in: 1 Beaton's arm. u* ho
1 :wr,e in. Slie wa. too full of be?
troubles to be in 1 r.y way confuted.
"Oh, where, where, is Mis. Wiiiiugton!"
she exclaimed, with a genuine ring of
, tHirtre.. In her voice.
"yhe lias just gone out," he returned,
looking etimestly nt her,
"How unfortunate! I wanted ber »o
miK'Ii." nnd a. great Sob w onld rise in
her thiont, It! *)iite of ho;' hl'ave etTmt
to be culm,
"Whnt ita. happened?" naked Beaton, with grave" sympathy. "Can 1 bo
of any use?"
Edith looked at him for a moment of
doubt, and then broke out, "No, no, no
one can be of any use to me! Sfr. Dat-
.\1.i1.t   •""" ca" do what he likes!"
"Old rascal! What has he been
about?'' uskod Beaton, with an accent
of real wrath that fitted Edith', mood
exactly, "I see," he continued, "you
hnve letters. Aro they the trouble? Am
1 presuming too much If I nsk to knotv
what distresses you? My sister Avill not
return for a couple of hours. It might
bo a relief lo tell mo, even me," with •
grave smile.
"I should be very glad, as you are »o
good to eaie. Bead these, and you will
not wonder at my feeling desolate."
She handed him the letters, and threw
herself on tho sofa with self-abandon-
ment very new to her.
Benion stood by tho window and rrad
both epistles In Bilence. Edith thought
the time dreadfully long before be came
across to lvliere she sat, and returned
them to her.
"Very hard lines for yon," he said,
"but I do not see how it I. to be helped."
(Edith had loyally burned poor Mies.
Miles' private scrap.)
"Dou't you see it takes nwny from nie
any shadow of home! When Mrs. Winington i;i>i\s I Shall be quite, quite alo—cl"
ci led Edith,
"Ami Jean hns so many engagements,"
snld Beaton, ns if to himself, begii■_ ng
to puce to nnd fro wilh a troubled air.
"lhat will uot last long, however, You
inn make a hoaie ivherc you ckcose.''
"I am :umid I cannot 1 Where ana I
go? To somo strange old lndy who will
nut like me? for 1 do not get on with
people. You must see that. I am mis-
understood;" and slie thought of Msiit-
land.
"But when they know yon they lov»
Jen," cried Bentou, nud continued his
walk in silence, till Edith, placing her
letter, in her pocket, rose, saying, "Niching can be done till I see Mrs. Wlulnf
ton."
"Stny, •tuy for a few raiun'te., Mists
Vivian, I hnve a solution In propose,"
mid Benton, with agitation; "pray hear
It patiently." He had thoroughly dramatic instincts, and tiirew himself Into bis
pint, be the part what it might.
Edith sat down again. He had so effectively played the calm friend that
Edith liurdly anticipated whnt wns oom-
ing.
"1 ought not perhaps to revert to my
own wishes," he went on hurriedly—
"wishes I hnve tried to resign, but cannot. Why, Edith, will you not accept a
home with mc? No, do not speak yet,
hear me oat." He snt down on tho
si.fa  beside   ber.    "I can see    pbiiUy
grniiiuue mono    ougui to maite uer up-    --     "* .»-. .«..•..„ .._ %vu.v> ..«».._*«,
preoiate a "free-will" offering like Be> luc cruel heartache thut blackened all!
ton", iove. He showed no conceited as- he looked upon. As Benton's wife li. |
surance that she was reedy to love hlin never wished to €ee Edlfh'a face again;
on the smallest provocation. Why should ** wonld not make her happy, and to
she not accept him, and seenre h's kind- **e her changed or sad wonld be more
ly, tender protection? Why should sfc. than be could bear. As to Mrs. AVinlng-
reniuin friendless any longer? I *on, sh. had been his evil genius from
"Will yo*  at least consider my pro- ■ firet to last, and, for the moment, due
ptsal?" persisted Boatoa, humbly, after I *hcught of her wns hateful to him. He
Bsktm10 Gambling;.
Those who have .pent any time In
the north polar regions and become acquainted with the life aud habits of
the Eskimo know that he la by nature
a gambler. A favorite method of gambling that affords much amusement is
to take one of the long handled musk
ox cups and, partly tilling lt with soup
or stew made from tbe seal or v. alms,
wMM it on the top of a flat rock, about
which are grouped those who have entered tho game. Tbe person to whom
the handle of the cup points when lt
hns Btopped turning 1. the winner of
the contents of tlio cup.
When the winner ha. empUed the
cup then auother article, not always or
necessarily a soup or stew, is put Into
lt for the next winner. If, however,
the article Is too large to put Into tha
cup—for Instance, a walrus tusk or
seal hide or Avhat else—then It may 1st
represented by something elso. Ths
cup is then .cnt spinning again, and
when lt come, to a rest tbo winner
take, the prize. One of the most valuable prizes, next to a guu or harpoon. I. a needle, especially Avben one
Is very much needed In tbe household.
i Homo women adapt theniselpes lo
circumstances, and others apply for
a divorce.
A hobo's idea of n nightmare is to
dream of working.
A sprinter would never wear hos.
that ore warranted not to run.
if you would advertise your
troubles without cost, tell them to a
gossip.
ARE YOU BILIOUS ?
Scores of the Gommon H's of Life Due to Disorders
. of the Liver are Curable by
DR. CHASE'S KIDMEY-LlVEfl PILLS.
wns growing quite at ea.c with him, and eMMI1,h (bflt vou bnTQ 110 ]ove foP me
sincerely grateful for his ready fileuajy 1 f0t.| t00 lulHh for you uot t0 perceive
sympathy.                                                Nt'our indifference,  but as  a  friend  my
Mr   Tilly had paid her s  visit, and J&gjety gives yon some   little pleasme.
?£_!.     ,,nncneo,"'  w''e«>    he seemed Do iMlaUer myself too much r>
,°'S,i  .T?.   'C', J!° BnW th4' "No' ,n«>«'dl" Wed  Edith,    eager to
_oh* t* «T^eM    Tfd T)"rs:1" w"fl n>«ke some amends for her guilty cold-
.nrCd.lf::^uT^7nerM!v0;™[:b!c ^ M """* ** ^ thiU,i '"
and vague.
Ontf^^
a long pause,
"You ore too good to me," said Edith
softly. "I feel ashamed of not—of not
being In love with you; but I don't think
I nm, though I like you very much; and
un very, very gratefnl to yon. 1 am
greatly surprised that yon care about
me: I hardly deserve It. Yon could not
like to have • wife wbo I. sot la love
with you?"
"I should Ilk. yon to be my wlfo on
say terms," eagerly.
"Afterward yeu might be sorry; I am
so different .from—"
"That is your greatest charm," he Interrupted. "You are so fresh, so umllie
the women I have bees sceiistonied to.
Listen to me. I have had the offer tf
employment in Africa. If yon aeeept m 1
I will give it up; lt is not a place I would
take you to. If you reftise I will start
next week, and never—I swear lt—nevn
return. My" future t. in yonr hands, d 1
with it what you will."
Edith wa. greatly shaken. Firmly believing all he said, lt seemed all but lui«
perntive on her to accept him. Wh 1
would ever eare so much for ber ngalu?
A feeling that if she rejected him sdii;
would never find any one to love hi.'
as he did, impelled her to say tiemul-
ens)}:
"If, indeed, you think me so neoesaity
to you, if you are satisfied with the sort
of feeing 1 have for you, I think—I
lhink 1 would tiy to be vary good nnd
careful."
'If!"-eiiod Benton, interrupting he,
and catching her hand in both his own.
"I make no condition. 1 only nsk the
right of ,i husband wi lie with you sl-
v.uys, to help to teach you to love mo.
Do you know—can you see the delight
even this faint consent giT03 ci»? Make
it nwire. Ifiore distinct; give me your
promise to be my wife us soon as matters eon be arranged."
"Yes," said Editii, slowly, almost
.oleniady, "1 will, fltul I shall love you
when we nre married, I am sure I shall."
Ehe spoke calmly, Avtthotit any of tho
blushing hesitation, the shy ccnso'.cus-
ness, natural at such a crisis.
Beaton wisely took his tone from her.
He kissed the hand he beld tenderly,
gravely; he murmured!
"How can I thank you enough I Even
for the sake of this delightful nremc:i£
I would not have tried to win your concent, if 1 did not firmly bvlinvs I eon il
insure yonr  haypiaesa,  dearest,"
He looked so bright, so joyous, that
Edith felt pleased with herstflr for giving
pleasure. Yes, it wns well to end h?r
uncertainties, nnd secure- a tr.impi'l
future by accepting so devoted a lover;
bnt she wiinted to go away, to think,
to relieve her heart by a good cry.
"Must you leave me?" said Beaton,
as she made n move as if to go; then
he exclaimed,. "But I must remember
there is some dtlference In our fee'ings,
1 must not be too exacting, I shall gee
yott this evening. Now I have your permission to go and 6poak to old Dargwi)
he is sure to be In his den early and If to.
You will tell Jean tf I do uot meet her;
«ha will be delighted, she Is really food
of .von.   Good-bye, my .west,"
Ho opened the door for her, be kissed
her ham! in Grnndlsonian .tylc.sn'l looked unutterable things after her as she wn
swiftly upstairs-in ease she turned back.
Then ho vmt Into Mrs. Winington's sflt,
ting-room .gain, looked at himself la ttv*
glass, nodded approvingly at hie own
image, rearranged hi. "buttonholo."
and descended to tho dining-room, whetM
he told the footman to bring hlin n
brandy and soda.
Before he had finished thb) refreshment his sister came In.
"Well, Jeso." he cried, triumph mtly,
"I'm all right this time; she ia fully and
jsmipletely commuted.''
"I nm glndF' exclaimed Mrs. W'n'ng-
.1.   "I did not think you would itrlkj
•no so decisively nt the tint blow. I
«oi glad."
"She is a nice little thing, 'pon nut
soul she is! I wn. quite pleased with
her. But, mind, she I. not one hit Id
love with me, uot an atom, nnd it'.
renlly better, I hope she won't crow
too desperately fond by and by."
"Nouseuae! Now, the sooner we oak?
It universally;known that you ire engaged the better; let u.  'baste to tha
tore her letter Into liny morsels, flung
It into tlie brawling burn by which the
pathway led, and made a strong effoit
to turn his mind fully to the business
b. hnd in bond, with 10 much of tuc-
cees, that the farmer, after a prolonged
interview, told hi. wife that young
Mntthmd "was enir dour the day."
Meanwhile Mrs. Wiuington con! rived
to k«p Edith In a constant whirl. She
nss positively ularmed at the nmoiitut
of clothes and toilet nccesorle. which
her energetic friend declared to be absolutely necessary. I
Colonel Winington enforced hi* congratulations with the gift of a handsome bracelet, nud made much of her n
every wny. Lndy Mury in the midst
of her own preparations for her immediate marriage, fouud time to indite
a sug.try epistle, expressing her hope
that they would become fast filends
when they were settled in town, itc,
eto.
Beaton was constantly with her, attd
for the first fortnight most Judicious. He
kept up the ton* of friendly sympathy,
occasionally dashed with tenderness.
He amused her by planning routes, describing the beauties and wonders he
wt.s to show her, and he kept her irjir-i
full of himself and iris projects. Malt-
land was never mentioned; Indeed
Edith thought she' had forgotten Mm.
The guardian, ivere smiling nnd satisfied. Mrs. Miles wrote in tinmist nliable
delight, and Eald she was sure to get
a holiday in order to attend Iter dear
child's wedding.
All looked fair nml promi-ing. Edith
herself felt convinced slip had done Avell
nnd Wisely in accepting so kind, so considerate a suitor, and was tha: k ill
thnt the question of Iter future destiny
was nt rest; bin she longed Intensify
for the moment of meeting with M s. '
Miles, her one reiil old friend.
She  was  utmost -embarrassed  by  Ihe!
number of rings aud lockets nml little ,
u*tly "charms" to hnus rj her wa-tdh-
chnia   wilh  which  Leslie  loaded  hor.
"I shall never be able to wear them
all. Pr.i.v do not bring nie preseoM
.Very  day,"  she  begged.
"Very Well.   To hear is to obey. Only
whenever I see anything extra pretty, I -
am selied with an irresistible desire to
boy It for you," urged Beaton.
It was finally decided that only such I
IKitiens of Miss Vivian's trousseau as
were suited to traveling should be pre-1
pared, and the rest was to be in renuT '
russ for her on her return to Loudon.    I
And now the last week of Edith's j
girlish life had begun: on Thursday ehe !
ivas to become Mrs. Leslie Beaton, and ;
at (he thought of the near metninor-
phosD she felt s curious uneasy erecpi- ■
n< ss.
Tho truth Avas, thnt Beaton had be-,
gun to get a little tired of the part he
lind hitherto plnyed with such spl it,
and judgment. He was not less atten- j
the cr ready to lavish presents on his :
fiancee, but ho unconsciously fell back !
into his old mocking tone, which wus j
perhaps .lightly harder, because It was I
eenitiAvhst trying to his equanimity to j
know that "Lndy Mary Stanley Brown"
had started oil ber wedding tour just!
ten days before he was to set ont on 1
his own.
Edith felt rather than perceived the
Indefinable change; she told herself she
wus uerrons, childish, unreasonable; but
a vague unpleasant Impression tvould
grow ttpoti her, ttftit Leslie Beaton, keen
jolting, brightly hard, was a more natural man than the quiet, kindly, sympathetic Beaton, who seemed to understand tier thoughts before she uttered
il'.rm.
"ton urc not kecking up to the mark,
Leslie," said hi. Bister one cven'ng, jn.t
three dnyw before that fixed for tlie
wedding. "You are nllo-ntng the oil
original Adam to peep out. I saw
Edith's eyes grow moist nud sad when
yon were talking so wittily about Mr.
nud Mrs. Wnndesford and their quarrels. You ought to remember she docs
uot understand our shibboleth."
"Heavens and esrtii! can I ever forget It? The sweet little Quukeress la
too excruciatingly in earnest. But yen
ought to remember what a desperate
drill I have gone through. Is it to be
wondered at thnt I break ont at last?
The Ileal TIiIhk In Tiiothuelics.
"Oeewhltnker! Jumping Moses! Bnt
It wus the ivorst ense of toothache I
ever bumped against!" lie said. "It
was easy in the early part of the eveu-
Ing, but Avhen midnight arrived It got
busy for fair. Liniment, hot nnd cold
water nnd ail (be rest of the standard
remedies were applied without avail.
Seven thousand demons, Avlth 7,000
rcdhot sledges, hammered, hammered
und hammered away at the throbbing
nerve. That tooth stood upon Its head,
rolled over the carpet and hung out of
the window. It growled, grumbled,
moaned and muttered, laughed, cried,
ran, walked, trotted, galloped, sailed,
tloAV, dug and excavated nud did everything tinder tho heaven, but quit
und go to sleep like a decent tooth and
stop monkeying"—
"And why didn't you hnvo lt extracted?"
".lust its soon a. Brown could get to
the dentist's he"—
"Great Scott, mr.nl Wasu't lt your
tooth?"
'•i'o.    It Via. Brown's."
If you aro bilious, blame tho liver.
If your   digestion  is  impaired    and
you suffer from headache   and   dizzy
spells,    blnmo    the    lh'er.    If    y.ur
bowels    are    irregular,   constipation
and looseness alternating, blame thu
liver.   If you  hove   pain  under    the
shoulder blades,  feelings   of   fullness
after meals,  aching  limbs,  a yellow,
muddy  complexion,   blame the liver.
Torpid, sluggish action of the liver
I is responsible lor all these symptoms
I and   whilo   you     havo    a   right to
I blame the liver,    it mny bo well for
I you to set about to help the    liver
i out of difficulty.
Though   bile,      which   the healthy
' liver filters from the blood,   is    na-
j lure's cathartic and  Is  necessary  to
I healthful   und   regular  action  of  the
bowels, it is poison when left In the
blood  and    gives  rise  to  many    distressing symptoms.   Tho use of   Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills   promptly
sUre. torpid    Uvct.    and  biliousness,
ind  because of their  combined,    action, ensure n thorough cleansing' of
the system.
There Is probably no one orgwn responsible for no many    1119    a.    the
liter. Overeating, excessive drinking
or irregular meals are very likely to
upset tho action of the liver, oyer-
loud the system ivith bile and bring
on biliousness or sick headache.'Keep
tho liver in health by using'Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and you
will avoid many of the common 'ills
of life. There will then .be no constipation, no stomach troubles,. ho
danger of kid.iey and urinary derangements.
The position tvhlch Dr. Chaso's
Kidney-Liver Pills hold to-day ns
the leading family medicine is undoubtedly duo to tho wonderfully
prompt action on the liver nnd their
combined effort on the kidneys and
bowels. Thero Is no medicine obtainable which is more useful In
cases of emergency ivhon the digos-
tiA'c, urinary or excretory systems
are deranged thnn this greut prescription of Dr. A. W. Chase. Ono
pill a dose, 23 conts a box, at nil
dealers or Edmonson, Bates & Co.,
Toronto. To protect you against
Imitations tho portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous
receipt book author, are on every
box.
TO THE EAST
8u...n_tun.
Acntc Vlnlou of Dtrd..
Birds have very acute vision—perhaps the most nciitc of nuy creature—
and tlio sense Is nlmost more widely
diffused over the retina than is the case
Avlth man; consequently a bird can see
objects sideways a. well as In front of
It. A bird sees—showing great nneasl-
uoss In oouseqiicnce—a hawk long before lt Is visible to man. So. too. fowl,
and pigeons find minute scraps of food,
distinguishing thoni from v.luit appear
to ua exactly similar pieces of earth
or gravel. Y011115 chicken, are nlso
able to find their own food, knowing
Its position nud how distant If Is ns
soon tts Ihey nro batched, whereas a
child only very gradually learns cither
to sec or to understand the distance of
nn object. Several birds—apparently
the young of al! Ihoso lhat uer.t on the
ground—can see quite well directly
they come out of the shell, but the
young of birds that nest in trees or on
rock, art) born blind and hnve to be
fed.
Are you going homo for Christmas on th.
$40.00 Escursioi ? Why not go by way
of St, l'ltil nnd Cliicnco, aslog tho Burlington
Ei'Uio—StOi. : ' doyllglit ride along tho bank*
of tho Seen e Mis'.. sippi itivur. Elegant free
lti c ininit Chair liars.
Write the undersigned for all detail Information In arranging fur your trip. You will r*e*lv.
prompt atlcntlou,
A. L. GIDEMHXER,
Travelling Passenger Agent, Box No. 1315, Winnipeg, Mas.
P. M. RUQCi, N. W. P. A., „t. Paul, Minn.
c
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Poor man! He can't help If.
He gets bilious. He needs a
good liver pill—Ayer's Pills.
They act directly on the liver,
cure biliousness.
Some of the English medical paper*
are advocating the appointment ' of
trained nurses us stewardesses on
steamships.
J. C. Aye r Co.,
I.uwcll, Kar...
Want your moustache or beard)
n beautiful brown or rich black ? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
s p. fcllico.. sissni. s 11.
Presliieni For n Day.
David II. Atchison of Missouri had
the unique honor of being president of
the United States for one day, und that
wa* Sunday, March 4, 1849. The term
of Jnnies K. Polk expired ou the morning of thnt day, but, ns lt v/a. Sundny,
*he president elect, General Zachary
Tnylor, ivas not Inaugurated until next
day, March 5. In consequence the president pro tern, of the United States
senate, D. It. Atchison, wns tho acting
president on March 4, 1841). However,
he 'had presided nt n night cession of
the senate, which lasted until away
after midnight of Saturday, nnd be
slept nearly nil ilny Suuday, without
realizing the fact that he was president of tho United States.
NEWSPAPER
OUTFITS
MiCltt Lnnob and Mn.le.
A country girl In Dublin went into a
restaurant for her lunch. Sho was
n3kcd if she would have n meat dinner
or "tight lunch and music." Being
curious, sho chose tbo light lunch nud
music nnd wns Immedlstely shown into
n room where other inquisitive persons
were eatiug soup and listening to n
spirited If not satisfying performance
upoa tho Jewshni'p by one of the waiters. She felt nt the end of the meal
thnt she hnd paid high for curiosity,
but she could make uo complaint.
Greek nnd t3nitll.Ii.
There Is les. difference between tbe
ancient nud tho modern Greek tongues
than  between Chuucer's English nnd
the English of today.
Tf We supply at short
notice complete JOB
printing: and
newspaper outFITS.
Tf We sell what Printers want; Printers want
what we sell.
*\ We carry a complete
stock of Type and Supplies for the composing
Room, Pressroom and
Bindery.
TORONTO TYPE FDRY
Company, Limited.
ITS McDero3t s.venn.',      Winnipeg,
There never was sml never will h* ft
.iniversnt oiiliacim In one remedy, for,ali
illn lo which I'.osh is heir—the .very .nature of mum eurultves tieiinr s'leli thill
were til* gorma of oilier nnd . iliiTm'ctttty
seated illsoases rooiec In ihe'systoin iol
llie patient—ivliut, would relieve nii'a 111
In turn would aggravate the other. US.
hnve however. Tu" Quinine Wine, wls*n
qbltiltiatita in sound, unutliilu-riiicn' utittay, -
* remedy for maliv mid u'rlevoiis ills. By
IU griuluiil and luilirio'js use tlie iruilest
*vst*ni* o''e ted into convalescence and
strungtll by the influence which tjuinine
exerts  011  nnturo's owe   restorative*    It
-elieves llie druoi'iiii? spirit* of those
nith whom a chronic mute of morbid
,ies(imidciic.v  uii'l   luck  M  Interest In  Uf*.
- 11 dlseass. and by triouiiiili/iiiT the
iierveiJ. Ul-oyca to *outnl .ml refreshing
Bleep—linuurt. vigor to the action of the
blood, wliich. heinit htlmiile'ed. couriM*
through the veins. strciicllieninr the
heulthy nulninl' fllncllons of the system.'
thi'tTli.v Kiaklhc activity ft. necessary result, stt'cuiithciiinc the frunir mill Krlvina
life to the digestive organ., which iinl.-
rtit'.y dcmiind llicrsased substance—result.
Improved npnetite. Northrop A Lyman.
,>f Toriinio, hnve triven to the public
their Superior Quinine Wii.e nt the usual'
i-u'.e. ii'ri. jiunired bv the opinions of
scientists, the wine approaches nen,r..'BT
ner.'ect in-i of any in tho market. All
druitui.sts s»II It.
Pessimists arc people who go round
looking for ''' "■' •»■ '■''     11.
Mflard's Liuiment Cores Garget In Cows.
I    The  number  01   men employed    on
tho railways of the United Kingdom,"
including hoys, is 523,982.
It may bo only a trifling cold but neglect it and it will fasten its fines In your
luties and you will soon be curried to.
an untimely crave. In this coujurv we
hnvo sutklen rhuuci's and must expect to
havo concha und colds. We canuot avoid
tliein. but wo car. elTect a euro by uslnj-
Hick lo h Altl.i-I.'uilHUtiiolii e Eaviu,,, the
medlclnb that bus never boen known to
fail in curlier euUL'iis, cuius. bi\,in lulls,
and all ulTecttons uf the threat. h:n;i«
ami   qha.t.
She—And you believe all fluids ars
open t'o women noiv V
lie—Ves: but sho doesn't dare to
go in Iho ones where tho cows arc."
;    Lifebuoy Sohd—disinfoctant— is strongly
rocuiiniieiidcd  by   Ihe  medical    profession
. as a  safeguard     against     infectious  ilis-
. eases.
II
J    Porno men nro constantly trying tn
! lower tho record of meanness.
(L,io,uos0nc was foimcrly known la Csu'iU as P.wT.y'1 Uqillficd Usoue.)
wedding.' We can manage to have the! Never uiiud.T am going to buy her tlio
knot tied within a month from tht)*. Ah, rh g to-morrow, nnd I shall he as meek I
Leslie, all', well that ends weP. 11 ly courteous nud tenderly observant as ,
must go to Edith noyv.   Where Is she?" 1 a young knight In n mediaeval romance. |
"Weepiog over tliu tremenii'ins d."j4liiy, I      • • '• » .
I dare say, in her own room.   She ought I    The  "to-moriow" broke  brightly  .ml
lo have stayed and  let  me kiss nwny I softly.    EiUtlr had  Iain    kog   awake,'
her team." thinking over her quiet past, its peace-'
_. ■ i fill If unbroken inoimt'iioy.    If the fu-1
OIIAPTBH IX. IJ      j tare promised more color  nml  variety, |
AH'MTUUDKJl. I would It bo ns free from pain?   He that
I as It might, she could do nolh'ilg now j
"Ton will, I fear, think me heiurth.s   t0 <<,nn«e hirr futc nml h'ic would i»< |
for sot wrltiag before.    It Js nor ihflt
I feel less anxious    about    dear Mrs.
Maitlnnd, but I have been breathlessly
po.Bjble  for ine  to  mako  you  happy?
Dear Edith (I must call yon Edith), you
One     8aturday    mornlm.     howmc.   U9al ^"^ ,u 5.nst mli yon *'a''xu>> J"ou
brou,*, voot ja^jtit, five t*rVn,l" te'ters'   0.1'0.,,0■ d(,lic,0™,,y ,')nr» nnd ,lm/Plt'' 5°"
ic.tei-s.   jjj... ^y,,. w])_t ,oro ig     r __jj, U(,v _
busy, as both Leslie and Edith VIvan
are anxious to have th. wedding ou the
28th If possible. For my una pn.it I
shall not bo sorry to see the last of tin
turtle doves, wbo ore billing snd uvi'iit
nbout me all day logg. You know poo.
Edith's outspoken simplicity, nud can Imagine how demonstrative she Is undif
present circumstances. Loslie Is, I teVnlt,
growing quite fond of her, and wl>l, 1
am sure, make n A-cry tolerable husband.
He talk, of asking you to be bis best
man. I hope you will come, a. you have
been in tlie- business from tho first, Tt.'c
worst of it all is, I can hardly get uway
till tho IiDth, nnd town is something toi
doleful, I long for n breath of Craig-
rothio air! It is nearly flva years ilncc
I saw tho old place. It then fitted mc
with unspeakable melancholy. I cou'd
enjoy it uow, because you aro restored
to your proper place. Pray write soon,
nnd toll me what Mrs. Maitlnnd'. plana
are for tha winter.     Always yours,
"JEAN WININGTON."
Jack Msithind read tbi. epistle over a
second time, ns h. walked through * b t
of woodland to vlstt a farm, ths tenant
of  ivi,loli  hud  b-n    damc-tun  tot ra<
weaken herself by dwelling en  p-juslbl
lltles of evil.
But the self-commune lolil upon her,
nml when Beaton as usinil nfter luncheon, followed hor to the drawing-room,
While Sirs. Winington prepared to go
out, he nsked with an air of the deepest, tenderest solicitude what hud il «■
Imbed or illstuiiLV'il .' r, as she looked
pule and sad. Hi. question brought
brick her color, ami with it a sense cf
guilt ut iinviug allowed herself 1.
doubt the kindness nnd nlTectlon of the
mnn who looked so lovingly into her
eyes, and spoke In tones so unxious'y
inquiring. Of course ahc nssurcd li in
.be wus well nnd happy, nnd they talked for a few minute* with leneweil
confidence on Edith', part. A. In II.-
was gentle, grave, all thnt ho ought to
bn, she felt once more at ease with hlni,
"I havo ventured to bring you ye;
another ring," he .aid nt length, drawing a very small parcel from h;B po It t;
and unfolding the sliver paper In wh cli
It was wrapped, he produce! a plain
gild ilng. "It Is a. well to nscertal
If it is the right size,' he added, (11 lib
11 entile, and wa. lu the net of trylni
II en ho. finger, when a solemn foot
man entered, and nddrrosinu Edith
.old:
(To bo DottlliTUett)
For
Oa every bottle of Liquozone wc publish nu offer of $1,0:10 fur a germ that it
canuot kill. We do that to convince you
that liquid oxygen docs kill gerui9.
Any drug tint kills germs is a poison
to you and it cannot be p.ken internally.
Mqtiozone .lone can kill gcrm.t in the
■oay without killing ths tissues, too. It
s the only Aiay known—the only way
mn can .ouceivs of—to destroy the cause
if any germ diiease,
Rills With Osyrjen.
I.iqnorone i« simply liquid oxygen—no
rugs, no alcohol iu it. It is the dt.-covery
i l'auli, the great German chemist, who
pent 20 years on i;. His object was to
et such an ixres* of o_yg.il in siapb
mn iiuo tits blood that Vi germ could
v. lu any uicmbraiie or tissue.
Oxygen is life to an animal—the very
mrcc of vitality, It is the essential p.o t
f air. Its effect, ar. exhilarating, purl
.lug. It i. Natures', greatest tonic. Hut
ertn. aro vegetable., and this eicecsof
xygeu—the veiy life of su animal—is
cadly to vegetable matter. Liquomuc
harge. th. b.ood wltb .nch nu ..cess of
tygen that no germ can live where tint
lood goes.   Wa . pcud 11 day. in 111:1k-
g each bottle.
Wc Paid $100,000
or th. American light* to Liquoiouo—
Liquozone
mu.
the highest price ever pniil for B.tllilnr
rigUisuiiAuytoleiitltlodiftcovery.  Bofotc
iMnkiny: tlie purchHSc we le-ldt lliopru-
Juctf»»r years thruu>;U ] liysk'uins iu the
iiitDit ctilUcult ttr"* «tW«SC8. We provtil
that l.if)uo«me doi'» wlwt nothing el- c in
the woiM can accomplUb, a,;.L Lhat tin-
rtnulla are unvarying.
A discovery flint iouM roininnnil mtcti
A price )* f-oiueihiu;.' yuu shoul*! know, tl
you need it. We «:o doing our part hy
•inpplying the fi-«it bottle fn-e. Will yon
do your part by rcqUBfcUt.g it ?
Germ Diseaoe3.
These are the known genu disense^,
All llir.t meiiicinecan ilo for these tiouhles
ii to help Katnre overcomo the p.iins,
and end. rcsul'.a a c indirect and uncertain. J.'q..ozone kills the germs,
wherever tury nr.^, and the reiuTM Utc
iu'evltab'e. V>y dcs-trtiying llie cuisc of
the fotihlc, it invariably cuds the disease,
and forever.
Asthma
Atia «sa--An.mli
i-' linjii. 1.
ii! D,ll*. i-r»n
Hrlslu'g 1)1 * n*
H;i./tlTroiil)l $
0 t.zlt*—C>lilf
Co itini'tioa
Co Ic-Cr « p
Coti-.tipHtt'-i
Cata rh—Cvcer
Hv-sntcrv—Din lie*
DnndniiT—Dropsy
Dyspeirtila   -
IT.iy rcvrr—Infliiencf
KiuTity Iiise_st.s
I .a t. 1 fpi >e
r ruc.j'ilim
I.lver TrotiWe*
^Tal »rn—Ncumljjli
M.iny llfntt Tiouble-
Til**— rori-nioiila
MetirlKv—QiUury
}lhtu -ntiMti
Rkl't UlorB'C*)
ffrroruHw«v|thU.t
B»f>'*i^eh Tuv i lei
Threat TnuWci
re.-t?raa—Urj'^P^t.ii Tatrrrctilffti
I'e cm—flnlt hicnta 'Juniors— Vlceft
Oultit—Gout Yniicocele
ia.oiiunIifr-—Cl-ct Womeit'i D!se««»?»
AH (li-f!ii«fN th.tt bffjtn will! fe-er—all ItiflafH-
inntton— fll mt.nih—H.t roniHgimiS(l>fleate*v--aU
Uie rtiuilt*] of Inr menr i)ct> -ned Ji'ood
In nTv11.11* (.chtllty Lfquoxouc rcn at n Tlial-
izcr, acc^nii'lihliiuij wbut uu (iiugscnti Co.
a50c. Bottle Free.
if you need Uquoznne, and hava never
tried it, pica.* scml us this coupon. -We
will Ihen mail younn order on your local
druggist for n full-size bottle, and.Ave
will pny your drupxist ourselves-for it.
Till. 19 our fiec gut, inntle to convince
you ; toi-boAryou what l.imior.one la, And
whit it can do, Iu justice to yourself,
picas, accept it to d y, fox it place, you
under no ob!:;;itlon whatt vcr.
I.itjuosbnc costs joe. and ft. ■ -•
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
f ir tl.lsofTrr wy not npi iflrnjrnln. Fitlrut
t!i«*h' nl:| n*-d 1111. 1 It [ lU« Liquid Own*
Co., 2-'l-lL,J'Kiu_lu Kt., Chicago.
?.;.v tllunse is ,,	
I J-nvr rtVtt trl-d T,'q!io,-:i!. e rr Powley'a
t I [ttlfb tl ■ boiw., 1'i't if > on will aupp.y ma a
i ic. U,i i.c frte I will IjLc it.
DC     A
.^.vfVI
Clviri full mltlrrs'—writu plainly.
WtjuVix'nc-our tratVniarH nnmr—nowappear-l
ou cvKj i- boiile of kcouIdo liQuifivd oxoaa.
1   .-.
a.;x, _ MOUNT -PLsBASAXT ADVOCATE.
ttCL'NT PLEASANT ADVOCATL
VANCOUVER, B. O.
FOOTBALL.
'..Tit.   Old   Fashioned!   School    Cam.
Wherein Everybody Played.
There is no such spirit In the school
today as in old times.    They have ti
football eleven, it Is true, and lt holds
its bead well up among Its mates; a li i-
* tio above 'em, too, most of the time—
,. the old school's tho old school yet, 1
tell 'em—but, after all, lt Isn't the old
game nor the old spirit.   I eo out sometimes to watch tbeui and think, "Well,
'Ifs n queer game they play now and
cali football!"    They trot out In such
'astonishing toggery—padded and gUnrd-
' ed from shin to crown, welted, belted,
strapped'nnd buckled beyond recognition.   And there's no independence In
tho play; every move has to be told
'era.   It's us If they weren't big enough
to run alone, and so they hire n big
stepmother  of   a  university  "coach,"
who stands round in a red sweater nud
yell, aud beratis'tbem.  Not a man nn-
'n were'back; he doesn't dare tOr   They
don't dare eat plain Christian food, but
Jhaye a "training table" and diet like
i invalid.." I've seen-'em nt a game not
dare taken platn drink of water. When
•they if'ot thirsty they 'sucked nt a wet
BUonge, liljti.bubcs at the bottle!
1^ vht» not so in our day. No apron
strings of a university conch were tied
tb us.' AVe were free boru men. When
We wanted to piny we got together nnd
went down to.the old pnslure, to the
big oak tree that stood near the middle
of It, and there we would "choose up"
and take off our coat, and vest, aud
ueckgear and pile them round the oak
.and walk out on the field and go at It—
everybody—not n pitiful dozen or so,
while the rest stood with their hand.
In tlielr.. pocket, aud looked on, but everybody! And It was football: no playing half an hour without seeing the
ball In the air once. We kicked lt all
the time except when we missed lt,
-and then we kicked the other fellow's
shin.. And when we got thirsty we
"'Vent down to the spring nnd took an
honest drink out of an honest tin cup.—
Q.-.-H. Teeple In Atlantic.
,$:       THE DANDELION.
Ro, More Sncees.fiil Plant and None
:',.,    ' ,      .-More Wonderiol.
' rerhaps none of our plants Is more
common or more familial- thnn the
dandelion, and certainly none 1. mere
wonderful. First of all lt is not a native, hut was Introduced from Europe,
vThence have come many of our worst
weedi; fitted by centuries of struggle in
cultivated fields to overcome the ua-
_v^'p1a.„tis of n continent where cultivation had previously been practically
unknown nud where native hnd had
HO SbpjOrtunlty of adapting themselves
ti we'conditions of civilized agriculture.
Oue of the dandelion's strongest
points Is the ability to obtain nourishment under strong competition and In
unfavorable situations. A deep, strong,
perennial taproot draw, all available
nourishment and moisture from surface and subsoil, store, nourishment
during the winter nnd ennblea the
plant to start far and away ahead of
most of It. competitors. This same taproot 1. exceedingly bitter, which very
likely protects lt from destruction by
mole, and other animals. At least I
do uot remember hnvlng seen a root
that had been disturbed by animal, of
any kind.
' But only a small portion of Its food
comes from the soil. Air nnd sunshine
are Ju.t a. necessary, for the nlr Is
food and'-tlie "sunshine Is digestion for
our vegetable neighbors. Note the
shape of the leaves. Nnrrow at the
hare and widening at the outer end.
they, form a dense rosette that not only
gets'for the dandelion nil the nlr nnd
sunshine coming it. way, but smothers
all but the most sturdy- competitor..
Hers dies the secret of the dandelion',
presence In lawn, nnd walks and open
waste places. In lawn, the grnss 1.
kept low so that It cannot overtop and
shade the*dandelion, while. Its oivn
loaves ife so ibw und close, ihat they
ate little hurt by the mower and con
smother the grass underneath
Ancient Child Unrliil.
There was an order lti the Church of
EngthUd up to tlie year 1552 that If n
child died within a month of baptism
he should be burled In his chrinom In
lieu of a shroud. The chrlsom was a
white baptismal robe with which In
mediaeval times a child when christened was enveloped. A sixteenth century bra.. In Chesbnm Bol. church In
Buckinghamshire represent. Benedict
Lee, chrlsom child, tn his chrlsom cloth.
The Inscription underneath the figure
stands thus:
Of Rogr. Leo, eentilmo, hero lyeth the
son, Benedict Lee, orynam whos soul* lbu
p«e.
An  llxiicnnlvo Error.
Th* commuter started up from his
sent, Tffrsted about, frowued and sat
down attain as the train moved.
"Anything the matter'/" asked the
chap^wbo had got on ot the last station,-
"Yes," replied the commuter gloom-
Uy—'Jyes, there 1.. I'*or tbo second time
this week the conductor ha. punched
my meal instead of my railroad ticket.
I must get glasses for him or for myself!"
-Politeness.
Lltjitt. Elmer— Pupa; what I. politeness}*
' Prore.sor Brondhead—rollteneas, my
son. I. the art of not lotting otber people l*kow- what you really think of
Ibonaft V *''
>_ « -
Merciful.
MoJ-Oh, ves:_ slm refused me nnd
Knve^e'no'rensonn whatever.
olnia—Isn't .ho a saint?—Judge.
Nntur. khow. no pause in projrres.
and attaches-her eni'Ha ou all lmtctlea.
- Goeljia.	
■ -"Tbc^ofcirnr.l. Devotion.
Th»^ French nstronumor. Camilla
Flamftfirlon. I. credited with posse.'*
Ing osjl^.f .his-works bound"In the nltln
of a iHdy who wns one of bis most devoted disciples, who left strict order.
In her will thnt the ekln of her li.tek
should be tnken before her burial nnd
the volume In question bound therein
nnd presented to the savant.—Tutler,
A Bnnajerou.  Uallucluatloa.
I «aw & shrewd aud successful gentleman who, on my being lutroducedj,
said he wan glad to have a talk with a,
nerve doctor, for he thought there was
something wrong. Then he told his
tale, which was that he was pestered
by gang, of gypsies who appeared everywhere He said that he bad Just
eome iu from chasing them In his garden, for wherever he looked out ho
.aw them pulling up hi. shrubs.
I said: "But the shrubs are not removed. How do you account for
this?"
He said: "Well, it Is hard to tell, but
I still feel they do It, nut] when I wake
In the morning 1 see the .nine gypsies
using my toothbrush and my hairbrushes. I jump np, only to find they
havo disappeared." He admitted the
absurdity of the whole thing, but yet
he said he felt it was true, and h.
must act upon his belief. '
What might hnve proved a serious
loss followed the persistent'hallucinations, for before I insisted on his withdrawing from all business lie had on
one holiday gone to hi. office to look
through hi. private safe wltb It. Very
valuable securities. Before leaving lie
thought he saw his sou in the adjoining office nnd told him to put the things
aw.ty and to lock the .ate. The son
was a hallucination, aud It wns only
by accident Hint the son discovered th.
state of affairs before others arrive.
next day,—London l.nnect.
Goat,  and  Disease.
Superstition, die liurd. Among old
fashioned cattlemen In Virginia goats
aro beld to be u proyentive of disease. In Lincolnshire, England, It Is
common to keep u uont on tbe ground
Hint It is "liealiliy for cattle." Iu Cambridge, England, goals are believed to
be n preventive of simillnox.
Do you catch cold easily?
Doe. the cold hang on?    Try
s
Th. Lung Tonic
It cures the most stubborn kind
of coughs and cold..
If it doesn't cure you,
your money will be refunded.
Prices 25c, 60c. and $1.00
S. C WELLS & CO.
Toronto, Can. LeRo., N.Y.      ;
ERERS
ARNOTT
eras
INSTITUTE,
BERLIN
THK
1 uNTAltlU. For lb. troatmeut of al
nuns of al'i'.KCil Di.riit: S. Vi» trust h.
.-nus., n t simply lie, tiabil, and tli.refors
i.nwluca natural speech.   Writ, fer funiculars
OXFORD ECONOMY
STEEL RANGES.
The loillcs of t'-oso flang-os are ma^e of the
nost quality .unite ste 1, nil ou'«I exposed
parts nre 'nter ined with heavy shoo  aibo' os,
''hoy have casi Imn extmislons with wh te
Knamol d Reservoirs, fcltol plated dro Tea
Pot Stands, Nickeled Towel Hods. The nre
made t» l nm nny kind ot coal, can be channel
In two mimit . to urn S8 inch wood. Highly
nlckoled throughout.
For lull piirtlculiirs -end for lliustratod
booklet.
NOTE : Tho following priors fer these
nk-ii grailo rang., a. Illustrated, rally
gunratitet.il.
No 0-18 oven   18i21*14 lit. .150.00
No 0 SO  oTon  HOsSlil. In. la-t.HO
(F. <!.  II.,  WinIIIp.|.-,>
Ask' yonr d.-aior for thorn or writ* to a*.
Th. GURHEY FOUNDRY  Co.,
lfiS > !<".'.   Lombard   St.,   Winnipeg.
In mar ,.d contrail .\.i!i all ordinary Mn'
daalers,this firm stands aioneln tliia field a*
nn irllitutlon augaged in th. leal work ot
manuractiirinf and lining trulMS ruarautwd
to hold and cur. Rupture of any Kind.
Buy Direct from tli« Maltart. IV.
can bit. you lOO par c.nt.
of what vou would hava to pay so-called
Rupture Speclaliits. Writ. fornur t D C B
Book on Trusses- 11.1 ntt
W« Gnaranta* Perfect nt
fay Mail.   Address
Th*. F. E. KARN CO.
183 Victoria St., Toronto
(IT.   Canada's LeadlnsMall Order Haul..
Why Americans Wlu,
Ono of the muuy reasons why American manufacturers ore so successfully
competing In foreign market. Is to bo
found In the following episode which
occurred recently: An .American manufacturer of steuin specialties was visiting an English firm which made similar goods. A certain article which
both firm:! made wns under discussion.
"What Is your price on this thing'/"
asked the American.
"Well, In your money, about 919,"
replied the Englishman. "What does
It coat yon?"   .
"I'll deliver at your door all you
want nt $7 npleco/'-sald the American,
"How In the world dd you do It?"
"Well, I'll Illustrate," answered the
American. "Look out of that window
pud ncrosB the street. Bee that nmu
pointing u sign?"
"Yes." . .  "
"He", on a ladder! Isn't hc7"
"Ye.."
"Roe that otltor man sitting on th.
.Idewnlk "holding tho foot of tbe ladder?"  ''      "
"Ye*,"
"Now. in America we have ladder*
thnt BUind up by themselves—dou't
need a mnn to hold 'em. So, you hco. In
thin In.tnnce we dlvldo your cost of labor exactly by two."
"I .oo." remarked th. KrujIUUman.—
Elootrtsal Bert.w.
You can hardly find a home
without its Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Parents know what
it does for children: breaks
erry
up a cold in a single night,
wards ot? bronchitis, prevents
pneumonia. Physicians advise parents to keep it on hand.
"Tho boat conch m«ii>ln*. trmitny can buy
Is Ayor's Cherry Vectmni. F<u ilic c.mch_ ol
children notlihiji. couM k» *.lrih 1w hettrr/*
Jacob Bhlll,Sjuatuga.lad.
|1Sc.,We..SI.P_.
■ All 'Iru-'gUtn.
Do You Want
iHlfrU W*k    .0   HAflBLt   iC»R SHIfBtNI* A
TO CONSICH  YOUH  ORAIN   VO A REL1ULE   FJKW      /
fBCUPI 8tHVIC£   AND OAAEFUL  MUM Mm m
It Mt. tlit-« o it derate ii «d wuoin yonr bimlneM aud will «u.fe»T»r to kIvo e»ti_r»ctiou-
Can!) advanc d mi ecmai^mnDU.     fteferouiti:   L-uiuo Brub of Cauada.
Tba oldest o_(aiiilsh«-'i Oram Commission
Morulinu' in W Etn: i ,i' •-- *
Grain   Exchange.   Winnipeg,
3. StRflNK
Maclennan Bros.,
GRAIN   MERCHANTS,
Tele™iink 1490. P. O. Box 585
Molntyro -Jtock, 304,  WInn'pey.
Wheat and ftralo of all kinds. Car
Load Lots a SperluUy. Ragmlar ad
ranee*00 Bills uf l_ .(ting
Wrftn^rwire ns foiTiii.-u ttlda, or
ConMiRii v.nii- <Jralu to us, wb ch wa
will tf ell for jmtr r-ouut, on your approval to hi^'lio.:l bltlder.
MARKETS.
AH 'Iru■!{■']sjtfi. C-rsr       -T "***•"•   M"*?'  ,
Throat, Lungs J
awumBBmm*vantm»MBwnm&iim miaini.*
.or's Pills _roatly aid the Cherry
"ctoral In  br^aklne un a cold.
aid the Cherry
breaking up a cold.
Cures
Rupture
A Startling Discovery pro*.
Is. a 1.0(1 lend to ruptured ho-
malillt?,     ,\o  operation, i,aiu,
danxtr anil a. lou of  n—•
U' xn w rk.
.MR. WM. MILNF.R. Emer
son. Ill on. .whose portrait «"«■
wilh aupear., la cured of a dan.
jerous rup.ur. at Hi yt.arl 0|
,nse, wnil. atdailjr duties. Do
In t despair. All ar. curaVe.
£«•««, Book and rre.
Xrial T>*atfn«nt
cut tifall S'lfferers. Wrll. to-'.-,y. Strict v no.
rleeiu.nl 1)K.       s. rice
' 0..een St. East, Dept. |_,, Toronto.Ok
All Ttishtiiaii Says that l.iltr huarts
intl big pocketbooks seldotu travel
Itnntl i:i hand.
Stop the  Pain  but  Octroy
Stomach—This f. muIi., oo ofti-n the
case. So many nuusi'ous sostrums purporting to cure, In the end do the patient lijiineut'i'iy more harm than good.
Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablola are a
purely vegetable pepsin preparation, as
harmless as milk. Ono after ruling prevents any disorder ol the digestive organs.  611 In a  box,  H& i:cnls.—40
Tho first medal granted to tho
navy was after the defeat of the
Spanish Aitnnds, nnd waa oval in
ihfipo. No medal waa issued by the
iritish government tor tlie battlo of
Trafalgar.
State ot Ohio, Olty of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
FHANK 3. CHENKt matte, ooth that he Is
senior portner ot the ui'ra ot P. J. CHENEY
Co., douiB husiiicis In Ihc City of Tclcdo.'
County ond State aforesaid, nn,l thnt said til in
will par the sum ot OKB lll.'N'DIlRO r.>or,-
t^vRS tor each and over, caic- of CATABBB
that cannot he cured by th'j uso of II VI.L'3
CATAttllH CURE.
FRANK ,T.  CHFSNEY.
tlwom ti beforo me and suhaorltied   In  inr
presence, this Cth day of Decen'ter. A.  U. ISM.
(Seal) 'V. W. OI.E.'.SON.
Notnr>'  Tubllc.
Hall's CataiTh Curo Is tfthen Ir.tenially. and
aots directly on the blood and mucous surface,
of the system.    Send for to. thnonlals. fiee.
F. J. CHENEY & 0O„ Toledo, O,
Bold by all drugerlsts, ?5c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the host.
" .     m , n,
It's a fortunate thing for some men
that their ancestor* loft thoiu an
honored namo.
KlNOltAF.OK 19 A CTJJISE —" Know
hvsi'U" Is u cooi! admonition whether
■eferriup; to one's llhvsloal I'onilition or
uorul huitudes. Tho man who is itc-
•uaintdl with hinu'.olf will know how lo
list when anv iloruuireiiiont in his enn-
lltion iiianiicBts itself. Dr. Thouias' Vs.-
'ectrle Oil is u chouo and sinuiie ivmei''
or tho eradication of i>atn from the
v*t.ni and for tho euro ot all bronchial troubles.
Twenty thousand yOlino- children.
dally nnd niitlitly. stand tn the
itredts of Lontlon offering various ar-
' Ides  for Knlc^	
Kloard's Liuimcni Cores Colds, eto.
Pol'ro Cult- n i%, .1. .Thinner!, o'
the Now York force, just retired,
sated $2$o.000 in seven years on a
salary of .2,750 a year. How did b ■
do it?
MESSRS. C. C. RICHAlUlS &  CO.
Go.itleiuon,—I suffered (or years
with bronchial catarrh. I couinioncod
In January Inst (ao an experiment)
to uso MlNAKD'8 UNfMKNT which
gave almost Instant relief. And two
bottles mado a complete curo n.id I
havo had no symptoms o( a return
lit the trouble Kime March.
Gratefully yours,
MARK nURNS,
Vnnkleek Hill, Ont,., Oct, _.  '01.
(Compiled from The Commercial J.
During the past week interest ir.
tho wheat trade has become more
keenly ce.itrod in the American speculative markets, and the doings in
these markets are ceslred around
lunat the tiadei'.s i-.ee or uiiaginc ihey
see the Armour Company doing. Lf
it is thought that Armour is buying,
prices go up. lf he leaves it alone,
or seems to be selriiig. prices decline
In these markets there has been an
active week's trade, but nervous nnd
uncertain every tiny. Tho lelutlve
positions of December and May wheat
ill tho Chicago market have undergone quite a change diirim' the wrek,
December being ,H' lower and May ic
lower. In other markets both May
and December nie Jc to jc lower on
the week. On the 10th Inst., tho American government agricultural report
for December was Issued, lt Is important as giving the condition and
acreage of the growing winter wheat
crop in tho States on December I.
The condition this year is S6.6 with
an ncreage of 32,000,000 acres,against
it condition of 99-7 nt tho same date
last year and an ncreugo of 34,000.-
000 acres. l'hes. figures denoto a
prospective yield of 4^5,000,000 bushels from next    year's wlntor    wheat
rop, against a prospective yiild oi
560,000,000 bushels on December 1st
Inst year. As compared with last
year the showing this year Is con
idered to be very bullish, but a
great ileal depends on the weather in
sprinc and at harvest time. In the
meantime, while the crop is nothing
like as forward an it was a year aro
it is in good condition, to stand the
wlntor, tho only complaints beins
that in some parts' there 'is not as
much moisturo in the ground ns is
considered requisite for best conditions The crop I-.us now a fair covering of snow in nearly all districts.
The movement of wheat In the States
shows a fair increase on the week,
Tho oxports also show considerable
increase, and for the first timo In
many months they shew this week
larger shipments than for corresponding week a year ago.' The Runtpcan
situation shows na change, Consumptive requirement, over there are
llfaVral, and other countries than America continue 10 ship liberal supplies to Europe. European markets
are dull and steady, and prices without, any particular change. There h:
nothing new to report ns to European crops. Harvesting is proceed
nig in the Argentine and judging b>
the reports there the weather Is lu
.lined to be unsettled and Hot altogether favorable for harvest work
The crop is grown, however, and unless tho weather becomes disastrous
ly unfavorable, very little diminution
in tiunntity may Bo expected. Vii
hate no recent word as to the Aus
trnllan crop which must he gotliin.
weil  through harvest.
Manitoba wheat has been very dull
all  the W'cek.   While lake navigutio,
did not close altogether til,  Ihe be
ginning of this week,  thero has been
110 demand for wheat  for boats sine,
early last week, nud prices have b.ei
.("Lily on wittier freight basis.     A
the  close  of  business   Eridny    prices-
were Jc under a week a-go, but i.l 011
Wednesday   ai|d.Thursday the ioeliie
wns quite weak and pines wore BOW 1.
ic from a week ago.    Most    of    th.
1 nde dointr Is for iniined'tite deliver'
but something Is also dune for May
delivery.   Prices for   Decemicr  delis
ery are :   No.   1   northern,   .tic; No
1 northern, 7.|Jc ; 3 northern, ryjc
No. 4 wheat. 63jc; feed, 51c; feed Nu
2. 41c; and for May delivery, I no!
Ihern, 82c; 2 northern. 79c: 3 north;
e.'.i. 75c: No. \ wheat, 67c, all I
storo Eort William or Port Arthur.'
RAILWAY MEN
GET SORE REIEF
They   l>e   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills
for the Troubles Brought
on   by 'I heir  Work.
Coffee wus unknown to the ancient
Romans;  but they had cloves.
fiiaaril's Liniment Cares Distemper.
The largest number of stockholders
of any company iu the United States
is in the United Stales Steel com-
pnjiy, which ia owned by. 52,000 person..
Catarrh and Colds Relieved
III *0 to GO HinlltCS. (In,- hor. puff
of -p. breath lluougli the'blower •up-
piled with each bottle of Dr. Agacw's
Cutnrrbal Powder didusos this powder
over tho surface of thu uasal passages.
Painless anil.delightful to use. It reUevri
Instantly, and permanently cures catarrh,
hay fover, colds, heodaiiii>, sore 'throut
tonitlltls ai.d deafness.   .0 cent..—41
j A man begins to inlk of his 1'e.lir-
iialiGu nfler lie get. the grusd
bounce. .   .
i Moro than 50,000.000 toiuiilH of
rubber, valued at $30,000,000, wnro.
Imported Into the lipllod State, last
year.
Most of the things you think   -you
know your neighbors know vou only
think.' ....••• »
WINNIPEG     JoiWlNO' PRICES
The following nre • tho' Winnipeg
jobb'ng  price. :-.- \,..\ ;U*
I'lour—Ogilvie's Hungarian uutcni
S2.35 per sack of 98 pounds; othe
grades accordingly.
Oats—No. 2 whito, 31c, in car lots
;8 lo 29 cents for feed grades; o'
country points farmers are focolvln.
35c per bushel.
Barley—Malting grade*,, ,1ft to 37c
feed, 30 to 33c.
Flaxseed—Soc per bushel for farm
ers' loads at country point.. .
SpclU—35c per bushel.
Hay—Baled,  .8 to ...  per ton
Butter—Creamery, 22je per jiuu'iil
dairy, best In bricks. 200; tubs, lnc;
ordinary grodes,  11 tn  i«,
Cheese—-I.tje per pound.
Poultry'—thickens, ducks and goose.
10c per pound;  lurlioys;   13 to   13c
Potatoes—45 lo 50 coiit.') per bus
LIVE STUCK.
Cattle—Butchers' cattle, l\ tu -jjc
per pound        ^
Sheep—31 lo ■",'■ per nound. luubk
sc per pound.
Hogs—C.'lu.lee welylitq.   <lc
per ))•
There are very few cleansing operations in which Sunllghl
Soap cannot be used to advantage. It makes the home briglil
and dean. in
II.. Ool •■•• Son, •
Several years ngo Colonel Jack Ctilnn
visited Texas, lie brought with him
IX negro valet, Sum. This uegro hud
bocn«n .lave In flic Otrinn family before the war began in tlie states and
Idolized hi. .voun£ muster. One ulght
while In nouston the darky came to
Chlmi and said:
"Ma.su Jack, I'zo goln out In ctillud
society beab tonlghti un I'd like to borrow dat lv«ry handled, six shooter of
your, to take along,"
"Why, you black rnBcnl," returned
the colonel, "some of these Iloustou
coons will take Unit gun nwny from
you nnd break It over your bend!"   ■
The dnrky straightened op. Like hi.
master, he wns a mnn of .unquestioned
nerve, and there wus. peculiar glltte;
In his eye na he snld:   .
"Mnssa Jack, you let me hob dat gun,
un. If l don't show up hVnlf wld lilt In
•le mnwnln.jrou can gp down lo tie
morgue nn throw down de sheet nu
suy. 'I.nwd. don't he look iineherlT "
Cululiel Chlnn's body servant wns
that night armed lu a manner thin en
titled him to move lu the best chiles
or A fro-American society In Iloustou.-
Dallas Nr-».
They I'roflr by tho FxTWrii'iioii and Advice
of Mr. Low Untie, of till! Dako llun*.,
St. TiMiiuai. -lledil's Klduey Pills Cared
III in.
St. Thomas, Ont., Doc. 14.—(Spr*.
lal)—Mr. L. Dnke, the well-know,
proprietor of the Dako .'House hore
nnd o.ie of the most popular men In
tl*is railroad conbre, is completely
cured of Backache and Kidney Disease of five years stunding, and he
has no hesitation In statkrg that the
cure was effected by Dodd's Kidney
Pills.
■yes." Mr. Dake says, speaking of
his cure, "I am perfectly satisfied
that tho two or three boxes af
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured me, aa I
have not been troubled by my Kld-
ucys slnco 1 took them.
"1 had been tr.uBied wltfc my Kidneys and pains in my back for over
five years and nothing I used gave
mo any relief till I took the advice
of a friend and tried Dodd's Kidney
1 ills. I advise .1) my friends to try
them."
Many of the ralboad men have
taken Mr. Dake's advice and are using Dodd s Kidney Pills. This work
Is particularly hard on the Kidneys
and they find Dodd's Kidney PUIb
bring thein sure relief.
■\ bald-headed man In Missouri if
suin"; for a divorce because his wlfi
compelled him to sit on lie fr.ui'
stoop all summer to keep 'ho '!:c
out of the house.
Organic Heart Disease
Nervousness and Indigestion
Relie and in 30 minutes.
Th* Rut Father Lord, Sr.. Montreal.
Canada, nays : "1 havo been a sufferer
for 20 years from organic heart disease,
nervousness and dyspepsia and have doctored both In France and America, wltb
but temporary relief. 1 tried Dr. Agnew's
Heart Cure and was indoed surprised at
tbe immediate relief I obtained. 1 am
firmly convinced that It will cure any
case of heart diseuse and will strengthen
the nerves and stom.ch." Bold by all
drugEtlBts.
Nature  Is  tho time-vesture  of God
lhat reveals Him    to  the    wise nn
lides Hint from the foolish.—Cniiyli
Hinar.'* Liniineiii Cures Diphtheria.
Of course,   thoso   Frenchmen    who
ide 1n nirships look down on pcoph
in automobiles.
A   F.MALL  PTLL,.   HPT   POWEflFlX-
I'hey  that   ludee of tho powers of 11 ;;il
v   ita   size   would     consider    I'm melon 1
vVeetnble Pills to be luckln"   11 is a lit
lo  wonder  umonp   pills.   Whnt   It     lackH
n Ki/e It makes lin In notein v   The rem
riles which it carries are out up In thes,
■iniall  doses,   because  thev are  so   "owe
f'il   that   only   small   doses   are   recuircd
The  full   ati-ene-th   of  J.I10  extracts   Is  si-
cured  in  this  form    and    do  their    wor-
thoroughly.
nie output of bituminous coal from
ho Ohio  Valley last year  was   ibi.
ipb.ooo tons,  which was nearly fuur-
iflhs of tho entire production of America.
Lovo is llko n photograph»3   plat'
1 hen it requires a dark plato for its
levelopment.   1   •
The Governor's Wife  a  Pri
.oner.-Mrs. Z. A. Van Lu.eii ls'the -ifo 0
the governor of the county Jail. Napanee,
Ont., and was a greet sufferer from rh*u-
nnilsni. When tho best doctors ia tbe
community and "specialist*" failed to
help her, sho burled her sceptlsm of proprietary remedies and purchased South
Amertean' Pneumatic Orir*. '4 boltlcs
• ured b*i*~43 *»   ''        ''■"■
Tlie more n man complains the less
other ui.cfl think of him.
TnEY AflE CAtlEFl.LLY PltEPAIlFI)
— Pille which dtssinnte themaolvvs in thi
stoinnr-h rariuot he expected to have
inucli effect uiitiii the Intestines, 'nnd to
overcome eostiveness the inc«tic-itt. od-
Mi'-lHti'reil must. Inlliienre tho action "1
these canals. Pariuek-e's VeeelnlilC Pill'
nro no mailw, under the iiuporvWloP" Ol
experts, thut the substance lu tlum In
tsotlou to. operate on the lutoatlneo un
retarded In action iiutll they post
through the stomach to tho rowels.
Many men work overtime trying tc
up sclmmos to avoid work.
Loam  to suy nothing al  the right
lime.
Those   who   borrow   trouble   should
n'ot object to paying for it.
. Do people shiver when Ihey are col
Iii tho prcflonrJB Of danger. ■
' He I. an nnfortunate mnn    who   :■'
only clovev enmieh to make bnnmle.
Cincinnati has the. tallest ' concrete
building _i ^ho world. It has fifteen
stories.
It is calculated thnt during till
year ending_August 29th there wen
411 deaths ifue to horsoH in Kpglan '
nud Wales, whereas tho total uuir,
ber of passflhgurs ami railway ofllc-
inls killed bfnrcidcnlfi to pussenee.
trains on British railways, wns eivlit
The words v.hlili am af present or
everybody's lips— "Shut that door I"
A lowly sent hns al lenBt one gooi'
point; It Is usually n safe one.
Every mnn who succeeds! i.l krepli.i
out of Jail Isn't going (o hennen.
gg~  ,1 ,   -U—'HSf————
\j   No. «.ai
Unshrinkable H.B.K. Underwear
Made from the best sldewool in tbe fleece—clastic ribbed knit —shaped to fit body—absolutely non-shrinkable
—wool treated by H.B.K. exclusive process to make it
so—every particle of oil, grease, slivers, etc., removed
by the H.B.K. patent cleaning process—tough wear,
light, fleecy, all wool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear,
and absolutely non-shrinkable, emphasizenon-sbrinkabie
Sold by dealers cvefy where.
Only genuine with this brand.
Tough
A pinto bronco is tough
from the end of his nose
to the tip of his tail.
And the toughest port
of him is  tiitf light,
muscular hide that
covers bis back and hips.
^JRim,   Prom that part of his hide
*•"*   the famous "Pinto" Shell
Cordovan leather is made for H.B.K.
mitts and gloves.   Scorch, boil, wind,
rain, cold proof.
Genuine only with
this brand.
Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.
Write for M fbayed, Mb* Iir.ulest beonee •ttvr nn wrlttes.—VRSM
Hudson Bay Knitting Co.
MONTREAL.
WINNIPEG.
M-hVaw* »S ■««»—> Wna-*iJ»r,a. to. KT.rfboauT.
GlSvl
OVER ONE HUNDREb YEAftS OF MILLING EXPERIENCE.,
Good Bread
For Christmas
ran only be made from superior flour.
There is no  Flour milled  that gives
tui ii periect sallsfuctlon a
OGILVIE'S
HUNGARIAN.
Vour fir-end will be light, whit©,
(Inn HriVomJ, nourishing und ilclicl-
oua, nnd at lu.ss cost thnn when
mode from nn inferior urund. Ti*y
this .Tour (or your Chriulmas iJak-
ing  and  you     will     never    uso    nay
TbeOOLYlE FLOURMiLLS C0,Ltd
'The beet exercise any woman cast tako Is to sweep a room orery
day." wrote "A Mother of I'ivo." This muiooat nuthorlty, h»»T-
ever, should have addctf
l-lsso    a
BOECKH
BAMBOO-HANDLE
BROOM
Because litis broom of nil broom* carries the weight whers lt Lf
needed (In the liroom-end) un. U Is consetiuently easier to sweep
with tin..! unv other.   Look    foi- nnim   "Iioeckb" on the handle.
[
MOTHERS  RELY ON
]
Cray's Syitip to keep  the  children  sat. from
CllOtT.   It  tlloclvea tba tliick i. tiium — ilaara tbe
throat — brents up - cold —and CI KM coUOUS.   Keep
Gray's Syrup of Red Sprnceflnm
^S.    ftlwrny^ In th* house,   A hot He of lhUf«mon»Tflmf(iy (a your best   >_J_JV
\SS.    I'ruiocliuu Pi;iiln.'-t tbos_ sadtwil night nt lacks of croup. jffi^
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Vancouver,   U. C, Feb.   13,   1904
War with its horrors nud heart
tradgedics, is again darkening the
world's history. After pouturies of proclaimed advancement, man to-day is
proving his superiority to tho rude
warriors of unenlightened ages
merely iu the ingenuity of his weapons
ot destruction.
Council of Women.
The Vancouver Local Council of
Women have arranged a course of interesting and instructive lectures for
woineu, which will be given in the
Conservatory Hull, 50i Granville street.
The dates and subjects fire as follows:
February 28th.—Dr. Mauchesler of
New Westminster.
March Juth,—- "Tlio Art of Osoking,"
by Mis.-, Tuit.
March 24Lh.—"The Necessity of Improvement in the Treatment of Mental
Diseases of Women," by Dr. Ernest
Hall.
April ?thi-—"Women Writers," by
Rev. J, Simpson.
April 21st—"CiWaonship," by tho
Mayor, Dr. W. J   McGuigall.
Drysdale-Stevenson Ltd.
"The Advocate" is iu receipt of the
Prize List for the Spring Stallion & Fat
Stock Show, which will be held iu
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.,
by tho B. A. & I. Society, on March
8, II, 10, 11, 12. The object Is announced
to bo mainly educational. A course iu
Live Stock Judging, und lectures on
good points iii the animals judgod will
to most valuable to furthers. The
Committee of Management aro Messrs.
T. J. Trapp, Chairman; T. A. Sharpo,
Dr. Hopkins, A. C. Wells, K. Balfour,
D. S. Curtis and Mayor W. H. Kenry,
New Westminster.
Mr.   PLEASANT CHURCHES.
Advkstists.
Advent Christian Church (not7th day Ail-
ventlsts) corner Math avenue and Woatinin.
star road. .Services 11 a. m., nud 7:30 p.m.,
Sunday SuhOOl at 10 11.111. Young peoples'
Society of Loyal Workers of Christian Endoit-
vor meet." every Sunday overling at 0:45 o'clock.
I'laycr-raceting- Wednesday nigntsat 80'clock.
Baptist.
Seventh avenue, between Westminster ave.
,  nun anil Quebec street.  bT.KVICKS at 11 a.m.,
, and 7; .op. m.; Sunday .School at 2:30 p.m.
Rev. A. W, Mcbeod,  Pastor.   Residence 489
I tllltli avenuo, east.
Methodist.
Cornerof Nlnt    nml Westminster aTenues.
UKRVICES at  11 a. 111., and  7 p. m.; Sunday
School and Bible Class 1!;30 p.m.' Rev. C. II.
UjSutherland, Pastor. Parsonage 12.1 Kk-vcnth
. avenue,   —eat.
PltBSnTTERIAV.
Junction of tVe.stmIii.iler avenue uud West-
1 mlustcr  road.    SERVICES at 11 a. ni., and
. 7:30 p. iu.; Sunday School ut 2:30 p.m.   Rev.
, Geo. A. Wilson, II. A., Pastor.  Manse corner of
Eighth avenue and Ontario street.   Tel. 1006.
St Michael s.
Corner Westminster road and Prluco Edward
; .street. SERVICES at 11 a.m., and7:80 p.m.;
; Holy Communion 1st nnd 8d Sundays in each
. month after morning prayer, 2d and lth Sun-
. days at 811. tn. Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.,
■ Rev. O. II. Wilson. Rector. Residence 872
Tliiiti'vntli avonue, east.
The Cosmopolitan.
"The Conquest cf Asia by Russia," is
the leading article in the February
Cosmopolitan Magazine, written by tlie
editor, John Bt'isbou Walker. It is filled with many facts with regard to the
relative positions of Japan nud Russin,
ihc gradual spread of the Russian power
am. tbo .Russians' ambition for
world wide supremacy is told in a most
interesting way. Other articles of
weight me "Tlie Breadth of Herbert
Spencer's Teachings," by Logan G.
MrPhsnsou; "Recent Advances in
Astronomy," by Sir Robt. Ball; "The
Dramatic History of South America,"
Cyrus Towuscnd Brady; "Cryptography," by tJcurge Wilkes, r.ud "The
Discovery of Gold in Australia," by
Samuel 15. Moffett. Besides there are
the usual number of short stories, serial
stories nud usual department contributions.
A   NEW   DANCE.
Ladies' Coots
at Hail
Handsome and exclusive Styles
This store has planned the assembling of the finest, stocks in its history
for ths coming' sermon. To make
room every effort must bo made to
clear up nil oddments standing over
from 1908. That's why you can buy
these Ladies' nnd Children's Ready-
to-wear Garmout!-: ut less thau the
cos! of the materials. Come early—
autl enjoy first choice.
Ladies' .Stylish Clolh Coats, three-
Quarter lengths, in Mack broadcloth,
zibeliue cloths, camel's naif, covert
cloth, otc.; box back and corset'
fitting garments: every one now this
season; oxytlisod or plain buttons;
boll or mandolin sleeves; regular
Didoes #10.60, 112.60, $10.50, sj_J.00,
$28.50 and i-rtS.SO To clear at exactly HALF PRIOE.
Mail autl 'phone orders fillnd promptly autl with perfect satisfaction.
Drysdale-Stevenson Ltd.
Hastings Street Store.
., Sfv: When Your Lodge Meets
MONDAY.
Tho 2d and 4th Mondays of tho mouth
I Court Vnncouver, I, O. P., meets nt
Sp  m
TUESDAY.
Mt. Pleasant Lodgo No. It), I.O.O.P.,
, meets ut 8.p. ill.
THURSDAY.
Vuuconrer  Council  No. 21 la,   Cnn-
..ftdian Order of Chosen Friends meets
, .the 2d and lth Thursdays of tlio xiouth.
FRIDAY.
Alexandra Hive No 7, Ladies of the
: M.'icciihi'cs holds its regular meetings on
1 the 1st, .niul Si. Fridays of the month
The Knickerbocker Is not only as
refined as tbo cotillon and every bit
as pretty, but lt Is also very graceful
ami displays lithe, rounded (Inures and
dainty gowns to the best possible advantage, for there Is no romping whatsoever about It.
lt Is a dance that cumlilnes the alertness of the two-step with the delights
of the gliding waltz, and for this very
reason It is certain to be a great favorite with old-fashioned dancers, for
though lt hits new steps In it, lt Is
three-quarters devoted to the old-time
glide—the favorite waltz that one unconsciously associates with Strauss
music.
Besides this new Knickerbocker has
another advantage.    It makes a splen
did  cotillon   figure,  for it begins with
a g'rand promenade down the hall, and
may  be easily "danced with two part
ners.   As a dance It is strictly a society
one, for it is as deliberate as the min
uet, and demands a certain amount of
time and dignity, anil one steps through
its   mazes   without   tripping  on   one's
long skirt or without the least fear of
tearing one's  costly  laces  and  In lids
respect   lt differs  from  nearly  almost
every other round dance of the present
day.
For a fancy dance lt is splendidly
adapted, as it may be flirted through In
old style, with the skirts lifted to the
ankles, Just as grandmother danced
her time and generation. And if the
ankle be well turned and the feet pret
tily shod it is the daintiest and most
pleasing of all ways to go through Us
steps.
Though danced to waltz time, lt is
done In very leisurely style, the feet
barely walking the steps. Delicately,
daintily, each step distinct, they go
through the first three positions. Then
cornea the regulation waits position,
and through the gentle mazes round
and round they go.
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\Young Peoples .Societies.
SUNDAY.
. Loyr.l Workers of Christian Endeavor
..went nt 15 minutes in 7, every Sunday
'evening iu Advent Christian Church,
, corner Ninth ave. and Westminstor'Rd.
WON DAY.
Epwortb   Lengno of   Mt.    Plensnut
, Methodist Church mevts nt 8 p. tn.
15. Y. P. U., moets  in   Mt. Pleasant
Baptist Chnrck nt H p. m.
TUESDAY.
Tho Y. P. S. O. E., meets at 8 p. m.
in Mt.Plensn.snnt Pnsbytorimi Chnrch.
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Ltd
B.C. Electric Railway Co.,
Main   IjIKE.
JSbnirt Pleasant to English Bay
via Daviu street—-
First cur leaves at l!:07>s a. m.,
.'intl   others   e:;:y  15  minntes
thereafter.      Last   car   loaves
at 10:62>£ p. 111.
via Robson street-
First cur loaves at 6:16 a. m.,
and others   every   16 minutes
f hereafter.   Last car leaves at
11 p. m.
English Bay   to  Mount Pleasant via
;Snb3on   street—First    car   leaves    at
^>22:^  n. in.,  nnd   service   every    16
'minutes thereafter.    List onr leaves t.i-
Jil.'2W p.m.    Via   Davie street—First
,ei|f   leaves   at   8:80 a.m.,   and   others
'wry 15 minutes  thereafter.   Last rtr
lenvcBnt, 11:80 p. 111.
Ry tolling merchants thoy saw thoir
ldvortisements iu Tin; ADVOCATE our
readers will confer a favor and help the
paper greatly.
Are always "beautiful » and always /
" happy " accord- J
Ing to the society ;
reporters, and in 3
this case the re- J
port la mostly true. %
There may be unhappy brides In
fiction, bnt there
are few iu real life.
But how hard It is
to look upon many
of the wives we
know and believe
thnt they were
once beautiful and happy. Pain, th*
result of womanly diseese, has marred
beauty and undermined happiness.
Beauty nml happiness nie both restored
to the sufferers from womanly disease*
by tho use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cures the pain-producing
ills peculiar to women, establishing regularity, drying weakening drains, healing inflammation and ulceration, and
curing female weakness. It restores
roundness to the sunken cheek ond
plumpness to the shrunken body.
"I have thought for some lime I n-oiUd write
yon and tell yon of tlie great Improvement in
niy health since taking yonr ' I'avorile Prescription,' » says Mrs. H. S. Jones, of Forest, N. C.
"When I began Its use 1 wns a physical wreck
•Por   local   news   subscribe    for   THK
. OVOC'ATE. only »1 fur is month*;
and had despaired of ever having auy liealta
again. Could not sit up all day, and was so
weak I could not r.-alk one quarter of a mile,
I Doted a irreat Improvement In my health before the first bottle was used. Was suffering
with almost every polo that a woman Is subject
to; had inflammation of ovaries, painful and
suppressed periods, and other symptoms of fa-
m.ile disease. After taking six bottles of ' Fa.
new persoa.
Our Goods and
Prices
static! inspection. We handle
nothing but the best, and our
prices can't be beat. Try us
for your  next pair of shoes.
Johnston's
Big*  Shoe   House
409 HastingsSwi":
Muir's Bakery
It is not wise to bake bread
at homo now when ymi enn
bny it so good aud cheap at ■
the
Mt. Pleasant Bakery
Tetepltono 4-£3
Municipality of tlio   Btetrtoi
of South Vancouver.
XO'i'ICE is hereby given thnt the
Court of Koyisinn for Iho Municipality
of the District of Smith Vancouver, for
hearing nil complainf« against, the
A'sessmciilH as made by tho Afisosvor of
tho said Municipality, will be held al
Min Municipal Hall, North Arm road,
ou Saturday tho 20th day of February
next, at 10 o'clock 11. in,, nud so nn from
day today until the.rouiplniuts shall
have bee:: hoard; provided that nt least
10 dnys notice shall have been given of
such complaints.
Dated at South Vancouver the 12th
day of January A. D. 1D04.
William George WALKER, C. M. O.
MUNICIPALITY    0 r
VANCOUVER.
SOUTH
TENDERS will bu received until
2 o'clock on Pebrunry 20th, 1904, fur
com: I tact ing the remaining portion of
Westminster iivenuu In the River road,
flirting!) District Lots f.14, (117. fl-lb', 881,
082, (155 and 066—80 chains more or
less Tenders may state a lump Hum
for the whole work Or price per chain
nu sopernto lots.
Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
Pull particulars can be hart at the
Municipal Hnii.
William 0. Walker, C. M. C.
Smith Vancouver,.Inn. 18th, 1001.
Wall Paper at
89Jfil    St., west.
THIS EVENING ni 7:30
If you know any items of MtPleasnnt
news—Social, Personal or any other
nows items—send thorn in to "The
Advocate," or by telephone—B1406.
like a. new perso
fin riik- horseback and take all kinds of exrr-
ecrltc rrcaiription.' I felt
fin riik- horseback an"
cisc and opt feel tired."
If yon arc led to the purchase of "Favorite 1'rescriptioa " liecause of Its re-
inurkable cures of other women, do not
eccept a substitute which has none of
these cures to its credit.
If you are looking for a perfect laxative try Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Advertise in
The Advocate."
There is always a novelty each season,' and thia season's novelty Is' undoubtedly Dlama thread.
Llama thread Is a fine gold thread
with n lustre of Its own that completely hills the coloring in' any other trimming .combined with It and for this reason. It Is usually, employed without any
other trimming.
This novel thread Is embroidered
upon the material in a fine glistening
mass. The figures of the embroidery
are small and massed together producing the effect almost of concentrated
sunlight. The embroidery Is so fine
and close that the work Is done with
great delicacy and care and the figures
are done upon net, or some similar stuff
ami when It Is desired to apply embroidery In Llama thread to any other
material the work 1* first done upon
net and then appllqued upon the material to be trimmed.
Very large spangles are as popular
as they are effective as trimmings.
There is now a -composition of which
spangles are made that Is as light almost as a feather, and these spangles
are shaped so that they may be cut
In any size desired. They are prettier
than tbe old spangles, which made a
dress bo heavy when they were used.
These large spangles are smartest
when In oval shapes, and in long, thin
nnxrow patterns, but they may be cut
In any shapes arid one of the gowns
Illustrated the large spangles In the
fringe are cut In the shape of an oak
leaf.
SpangleB of the day are dyed In any
color that suits the gown which they
are to trim, nnd these self-toned spangles are more fashionable than the
opalescent spangles, which, however,
are also worn.
Favorite colors in spangles are blue,
SOCIETIES
*.—"ll/l,!_a.  ,\1.........
Which Meet on (If. Pleasant
I. O. O. P.
Mt. Pleasant Lodge No. 19 meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. in , iu Oddfellows Hall
Archer Block, Mt. Pleasant.
Sojourning brethren cordially invited
to attend.
Noblic GitAND—W. R. Owens,
2731 Westminster rosd
RkCORDINO Sh'CKKTAHV—J. Piixuian,
152 Duffofin street, west.
I. O. P.
Court Vancouver 1828, Independent
Order of Poresfer. meets 2d and 4th
Moudays of each month at 8 p. in,
Visiting brethren always welcome.
CitiKF Ranoj'.r-W. O. Taylor,
IB. Keofor sircct, Cily.
llEOORDIKO SKORKT.'.ltY—W. H. DoEou,
,17R Tenth avenue, cast
Financial SucKri'Aity—M. J. Orchan,
514 I'riiiceiMlu^l, City.   Telephone
LADIES OP THK MACfHBEES.
Alexandra Hive No, 7, ho..is regular
Roview 1st and 8d Fridays of each
month in 1. O. O. P., Hall corner West
minster and Seventh avenues.
Visiting Ladies always welcome.
Daily Commander- Mrs. Fitch.
Daily Record Keeper—Mrs.   Mary   A
FootO, 880 Ninth avenue, east.
CANADIAN   ORDER   OF  CHOSEN
FRIENDS.
Vancouver Council, No. 211a, meets
rvcry 2d nnd 4th Thnrsdnys of each
month, in I O. O. P;, Hall, corner
Scvcuih nud West minster avenues.
Sojourning Friends always welcome
W. P. Flewolling, Chief Councillor.
Miss A. Chambers, Recorder,
222D Westminster avenue.  Tel. 760.
Bring Your
Picture Framing
rothoSEIPMFfJ.,CO.
.148 * 648 Seymour St., Cor., Dunsmuir.
Tel. 8.'J2.    ' Photos Knlargep.
Pender St. Telephone AI25
J. J. SPARROW, Propriotor.
Jack's Sh0Vi"W
Westminster Avo., next. Glasgow Houso
John Gillman, Propriotor.
ThIIBB Oiiahih, and n first-class Bnth
Room  is run in connection with   the
Barber Shop—give this place a trial.
E. & J. MflRDV & CO.
Coru-pAN-y,  Financial,  Press and
APVEKTISKUS'   AOHNTB.
80 Fleet St., London, E. 0„  England
Colonial Business a Specialty.
i<
Jas. Carnahan.
CITY SCAVENGER.
Orders promptly attended to,   nlubt   or
day,  Charges moderate.
Oftlee: 37 Hastings streot, west,
Tolophone Number 479.
For Local New* Read Tire Apvocatk
green  and  cerise,  tints  that are also
favorites In gowns.
One point I want to bring to the attention of women is that short trains
are th* proper thing fr- the ball gowns.
This popularity of short trains is due
to the full skirts now in vogue. These
skirts are adapted to short trains and
in nearby every case are literally covered with trimming.
Plain velvet gowns have a decided
vogue among women who*have elegant
Jewels to display. The_, plain velvet
acts as a soft background to sot off
the beauty of the Jewels and velvet
has a faculty of bringing out the lustre
In Jewels such as perhaps no other fabric has.
Where magnificent Jewels are to be
worn the velvet gown Is severely plain.
The effect is an artistic setting for
superby adornments and not a ball
gown that attract* attention to Itself.
No true artist woujd call attention
away from the principal figures In his
picture by an elaboration of back
ground. Every woman should conform
to the principles of true art In her
gowning.
There Is a general revival of all-tulle
gowns for young girls. These tulle ball
gowns are particularly suitable to
young girls, they suggest youth and
delicacy In the fabric and are made to
carry out this suggestion In the en
semble.
Broadly speaking, soft materials are
leading favorite* for ball gowns, such
as chiffon, lace and fine crepes and si
milar  lovely  weaves  that this season
has produced In such profusion.
Those who have two old waists, or
two bits of cloth, neither one of which
Is big enough for a whole waist, can
make a nice, new pretty waist by util
Islng both pieces of cloth.
Suppose the waist proper be made of
dark brown cashmere or of dark brown
Bilk flannel; then let tbe yoke be mole
of tan colored flannel and let the sleeve
epaulettes be made of the same stuff.
This affords sharp contrast. The cuffs
are lined with the contrasting color,
and, of course, tbe stock Is made of lt.
Waists are of green flannel, with a
pale coffee colored yoke and all over
the yoke there are French knots of
green.
Another waist Is made of navy blue
cloth, while the yoke Is In a warm tan.
Navy blue knots and light blue knots
dot this yoke nnd make It pretty. The
Idea Is to secure a contrast and the
very prettiest effects are obtained. The
best waists are made from a very soft
and very fine silk flannel which comes
In every known shade. This makes up
well and, if due attention be paid to
tho yoke and Its trlmmlngs.'the waist
Is assured of a place In good society.
The woman who likes to pipe can get
busy, for thero will be a great deal of
piping upon the dark blouses of Spring
Dark cloth is piped with bright silk
and thus the blouse is lifted from sorn
brenees into prettlness.
One such blouse which was in a navy
blue corded silk and was piped with
red plaid taffeta while the stock and
cuffs were trimmed with half a do*en
pipings of the plain Bilk. There was a
wide crush belt of red leather to match
the reddest color in the silk.
Pipings of very gay blue are u*ed
upon gowns of deep red, and pipings of
deep red are very conspicuous upon
waists that are made of green, of
brown and of black. Every effort 1*
exerted to get a broad contrast and the
waists of Spring will be noticeable for,
the fact that there are several colors
In them. They do not savor of monotony.
White linen waists will be trimmed
with one band of Persian embroidery
running down the front. The stock and
cuffs will repent the embroidery, which
will be about three inches wide. Again
there will be white canvas waists trimmed with wide bands of Oriental Bilk
stiffened and adjusted upon the front
of the waist to be removed on wash
day
Women who can do handwork are
buying heavy white canvas and working a panel for the front of the waist
In crocs-stitch. This paney may be in
a Grecian pattern conventional and
carried out In all colors, but It should
be done In a very neat crosa-stitch embroidery, in such a way that the whole
of the linen is covered. In this manner the  Oriental effect  Is produced.
But don't, In the scheme ot the Summer shirt waist, forget the fringes and
the tassels of Summer, for these will
be as popular as they ever were In the
1830 days.
"It keeps dressmakers awake nights
keeping track of all the new sleeves,
but it Is a pretty business and we like
It," and the modiste picked up a pair
of sleeves which looked suspiciously
like lamp shades and proceeded to sew
them Into the armholo of a. pale blue
lawn.
Regatta Shirts.
New?     Yes!
Fade?     No!
Guaranteed?
Yes!
Whose Make ?
W. G. l% R.
EXPENSIVE ?
No!
PRICE5:
$1.25, $1.50,
$1-75
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purchaser   of  th*  merits  of  different 'larger circulation   Oil MODOt
that which adds to his comfort and am- pjeas_nt     than     _ny     othe_
consumer,    It Informs  the prospective
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goods and brings him into touch with r   r
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I C   not already a Subscriber to "The Advocate" yba
should subscribe at once.    Strangers coming to
reside on Mt. Pleasant should take the local paper   and
become acquainted with the locality in which they intend ta
live.
$1.00 per year, 50c for six months, 25c for three months
Office: 2525 Westminster avenue; Telephone B1405
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"Lot the dead past bury its dead."
And Its inconveniences.
The Convenient Light is the
Electric Light
You have simply to touch the button nud your office nud room Is brilliantly
lighted, falling over chairs; no matches; no nnclenuliness; uo danger.
Electric lights can be made portablo, so that yon can hang thom oyer your
dresser or shaving mirror, at the head of your bed, eto., aud any desired
candle-power may be obtained.
It is a Beautifying Light
Under its clear rays, faces and objects do uot havo that pallid, dull appesr-
uiico that is caused by other lights; ou the contrary, it shows off everything to the best a dvantage. As musio adds to the beantjr of a voico, so
does the electric light enhance the beauty of a face, the brightness of a
smilo and the sparltle of the eyes.
IT HAS NO FLAME—it omits no unhealthy fumes—it consumes on
oxygen aud does not vitiate the air—therefore it does not cause 01 aggravate asthma or other pulmonary diseases. It does not leak, ignite or
explode. It will not kill plants or ruin wallpapor or furiiishlugs. It is
everything thnt is best ns n light. Up-to-date establishments and people
of refinement use it.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Offices:   Corner of Hastings aud Carrall streets.

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