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The Moyie Leader Apr 11, 1903

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 Tfc-Kr-:  ��� ,-v  rfc  y 1 .A^.-''  ���"���.<3  ',- >,������"   ; ���   .fffJklSiv  X MAY CONCISICK.  '- V-jiTd mte-itl purchasing property  .;-a'.Moyie'doa'i v.'nit until the mines  . We'n.up, bat buy   now.    bee  D.   J.  ''ifl'iMER.    lie has   lot?   fw   Eule  in  " All parts of town. Also stores, houses  ���L ��A(T stable's for rant.  Y  0  J^  r ?'  '- -i- ���^*",i  :.***%���.,  ilk  &*4  i��W  fill   m  *==  i,#r0Li S,-NO> 52.  MO?IE)>B,C..ATl{ILll  A YEAI  k  I  3'  .1  r'i  f'^A  /7. ^7. z?'. ^.^.>^^'.i^���/!^��>^���>'r���>'���',<J^'^^���,^  a      a a n ra b  iao.imng.in  ���'s vttC-'w'"Vi'sN';''.* '  w  Witt SWffi? '  Vn'-,-'/wv'',*^V-'''." '  Never has to  ask where he  will go to "buy his men's suits of  lfc,'  Before the St Eugene  will Run  n  III!  8 MI  fife  of clothes, or a-new hat, or  pair of reliable shoes. l��e simply xna&es a bee line, for our  store. But for the stranger coming- in we want to tell him that' flfi  the place to buy such things is #  at the oldest established, store, ^  and the store which always  gives   satisfaction; and "that is  '-.���'^"^siHlJSwiigWSSp*  " -��� ���ji-'^a^V^V ^a." "*a." "**�����v^' "**>.'>9^'"^  i'^^rfpl��f-  yi",",>fti.TS��.9a<��r;  4NA&IA1T-BA1  Paid Up Capital'  $8,000,000;.  Reserve,;   - 2,500,000-5  V  il e  Deposits Received.  ipRAWQQK BRANCH.  jHm- ������������-=����  Present Eate of Interest 3 per,cent.  ana  K&S&fpi'M'ii  ^-���- ^ -v- -t^-^s^s-eyi iysn^vjs-^s 1^1^11^.-1^ .^ &_ ^  '[Yt^1  Ms  y  nv  ?  ^Cil  ?v^��  CAPITAL, ^Authorized).  CAPITAL, (Paid\.Up)...  KEST' .'   ONTARIO.  .$-1,000,000  .$2,923,866  .$2,485,298  CilTl.  cini.  i-.-^EWBEEAD OFrlOE, TOBONTO,   ONTARIO.  ?S>B��HAY. Assistant Gen. Manager.    W. MOb L'A i.1, Chu i Jnsp-.c  :^r^BBRAW BROOK BRANCJll new lmisacted. : .  4i  ���a  s5  V  V-.  !  a'  1  Mr, Gromn Is Confident that  ' the   Government   will'  'Pass -the   Desired  Legislation,  Jninee Crouiiij manager   o��  the, Sf,  Eugene mine, return0J  with hid   family   to    Moyie-   yo-sUmhiy    afLernoon.  They expected   to arrive   here   sooner,  but Mrs. Croniu and Ihe children were  sick witli the grippe io ��� Spokane   for  several days.   Mr.   Cronin has< put in  the' past three montbs   in    California  looking after some ruining property in  which he is interested,    When  asked  this morning as to when   the St.  Eugene  mino would'resume  operations  he said:   '' " ���    ���  "Thio depends altogether on what action the government at 0 ttawa takes  on the lead question. They are now  thoroughly conversant with our needs,  and I believe that the much desired  legislation will be enacted. I am told  that Hon. W. S, Fielding, minister of  finance, will deliver his budget speech  on Thursday, April lGth, and in this  we will likely bs told what will bo  done.  "We are yery anxk>U3 to start up the  mine," Mr. Cronin continued. ��"Wo  would like to stare not later than'June,  and if the government will only give  us a little assistance wo will do so.'  We can make a contract lo sell our  lead iu the United Stales now, but instead cf getting $3,90 a hundred (the  UniLed Statesprice) they will onty pay  us tho Loudon pnot?, and after we  would pay the duty wo would have  little left. IT the .Dominion government will raise tlie laiifl'on ivad equal  to that of the United States, l am con-  lirk'ut that we could make a sir  mouth':) con tract at once and get between $2.85 and #3.00 a hundred for  our,lead. Of course there v^mK! �����-'.  bo a vU'ni.'..id :or ". jjjcaf ai. .run! at  (hid prk<- ii iti'. c;..rodiiK wot! ci, otc ;  woreosi.ib!i hi-.'! i:: O.ui'-.it.i."  "To what do yo J attribute the recent rise in the price of lead?" Mc.  Cronin was asked.  ''fTi;o scarcity   of   the   product;  no  doubt about, that at all.    The   United  ..go. I look lo ��cG lead hi the United  Sta'ej go up lo S?o a hundred, and in  London much "above tho ��13 mark,  ant: tins within the next, threc-  mciitlis."  . '"And incase they make no changes  in the tariff at Ottawa, what course  will,the St. Eugene company puraue?"  "In thajkease lead mu&t go to ��1G  before w& can open up, or unless we  can make a satisfactory contract in  ehe United States for our output. The  low price of failvcr makes this price of  lead necessary. But bea,r, in mind  that we are just as anxious lo operate  the St. Eugene, ns the people of Moyie  ure to see ic in operation."  LOCAL  NEWS.  u'-.v  A. 31. Slir:n was down  from  ville ihia week.  Thos. Rader is back-front his trip lo  the Territories.' '  Wesley Cline was up from Cranbrook Sunday.  Lruco Attwood waa down' , from  Croston Thursday.  Geo, Heed is running a hotel in  Hay den, Mont. '"  Miss Ethel .Bennett ia down from  ��� Marysville on a visit.  1 1 ,  H. Cameron t returned this week  from Fairbault, Miuuesotjj.  , D. J. Elmer is contemplating moving lo Kaliepell, Mont., to.locate.  "Win. Gallup, is now in Mullin,  Idaho, working at the Morning  mine,  Harold Jarnieson has 'severed bis  connection with the Moyie Lumber  company.  A. W. Sutherland, principal of the  Moyie school, spent last' Sunday in  Cranbrook.  Constable D'rummoud was  up fromi  Fernie Wednesday.    He expects to bo  home lo remain after April 17lb.  S. A. Scott, representing Smith &  Co.. tailoTS of Montreal, ia back to  Moyie ��� from a trip through West  Kootenay.  'Hugh Cameron went down to  Crau  brook Wednesday to hear  Jessie   Mac-  lachlan sing '(The March af the Cameron Men'.''  G. H. Miner has sold his store in  Moyie lo Winnipeg parties. No further information could be learned regarding the sale.  A lot of buppliea anivod here this  week for tlie St, Eugene Mountain  Aline:;, Ltd., and preparations aro being made lor active work.  Items of Interest Se-  HI TEE B0IMB WORD  '    METAL   MARKET.  New   Yokk���Bar silver, 495- cents?  Lead, $4.67-}. _ Copper, $13.70."   Zincj  (spelter) $5.05, "  ���  Loshos���Lead, ��12, I3s. 9d;  News Selected from Manv  Sources and - Compiled  with   Pen Scissors  .nd Paste,  VA  n  oojioiiming more than  she is producing, and Spain and Mexico uro not throwing .is much   lead ou  ��a8. Diamond passed through  Moyie this week on hia way to Frank,  Alherla. Charlie was braking on the  0. P. Ii. between JJTeisou a.: 1 Robsou  during tho wintoi-  rfairi'FielJs rcsiu.-.ied to M,jyi>"; this  wtvk after an abst.i.tte of nc.-rly two  years. lEe h-io been in China, Japan  and several other foreign countries  sirieo lie left here.  A meotiug of the liquor license com-  missioners'will be held in Moyie on  next Friday, April   17th,  to   consider I  ���fi^tfcyou want.anyttiins, stylish and ne,a^f go to  ^\v^^   ' '  ���ii^rif  . TMe leading- Ladled aiidM4ts farilisliers};   ���:  il3fS^SBSS2S^^S3SS^  Lav^c sample room in " cohnectipi>  with liouse for.commercial men.^ Beat  of accommodations.  Furmsn*  *3  ^2ia>   rWl**^  Tile latest tiling in  s'J-t  oots -aflonoes  S  iesj. Sto.  aeeosa  the application of Dan Mcltay   oi  tho  Manhattan hotel,  DIED���Wednesdaj' raoining at 7  o'clock, the live month's old daughter  of Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Livesley. The  funeral was held Thursday; and the  pali btarcrs were Willie Whitehead,  Johnny Elmer, J.inies ��� Harper and  Cliiotfc Crowe.  J. F. Arnifctrong, government agent,  has written to the secretary of the  board of trade sta'ung that he would ba  pleased to meet the people ot Moyie  on Friday, Muy 1st, to discuss with  them tho needs of this locality. It )s  likely a public meeting will bo called  for that data.  Jefl Gauthier came in from his  hunting and trapping camp en Goat  rher ihia week. He had. splendid  success duriug the winter, having  killed several lyn::, rud a good num-  btr of marten, lie is. going back break up, however,  again to be ready for tlie bears when  they come out.; Jeff say's he will have  good wages for his winter's work.   ,,'..  The Dreyfus case is being revived in  France.  Andrew Carnegie .has donated Spo-  a library  The five volcanoes active last year  destroyed 00,000 lives.  About 4,000'persons are killed each  year in London's streets.  Austria spends about if 1,000,000 *  day on alcoholic drinks, '  Three men have been shot iu a tenderloin fight in Seattle.  Wisconsin is first in lumber and timber products, and Minnesota leads in  flouring an'cl grist mills.  Forty words per minute can now be  sent by'-wireless telegraphy. It, ��� was  only seventeen a year ago.  The death of Arthur Pennell, co-re-  sbondent in the Burdick case at Buffalo, is now set down to'suicide.  It is stated that a tunnel eight miles  in length will piercs the Cascades, sav.  ing four or five hours to Seattle.  The Canadian Pacific has placed an  order lor-fifty steel bridges with ,the  Janadian Foundry company of- Toronto.    ' 0  It is rumored, that  a  new  express  and dray company will soon'be formed  in town, to  be known  as  the  Moyie  j Espreafi & Dray Co.  A. C. Fiumerfelt is quoted by the  Fernie Free Press as staling that the  recent strike in the Crow's Nest has  costthft GranfcV Co. so far about $10,-  000.  The griuid-jury bus returned a true  b.~! agair.,--i J.imea II. Tillman, former  li. uU . am- governor of Virginia, charging him '.^tu the murder of editor G.  Gvin.i.'-V.a i.'.at January,  Tlie Provincial Mining Association  has .issued a circular letter to all.members of the dominin parliament caking  thoir support of the Association'��  requeat of the govermeut for a grant of  1155,000.  Tom L. Johnson has been  reelected  A Succesafit! Missloii.  Messrs. liobertson and' Bentley, who  mado a (lying trip over the prairie in  the interests of the proposed legislation for tho silver load industry in the  Kootenaya wero very successful, says  the Fernie Free Press, These gentlemen carried convincing argument  witli them and the Boards of Trade ia  avc-ry town they visited unanimously"  passed resolutions auppor\ing their -  vicwd. The resolutions' were wired to  Ottawa as they wont along and after-;  wards' mailed. Undoubtedly "Messrs,  llobertson and Beutley have doue'  good work for the cause'on which tliei'  were sent.  Caster Kiiteitaimuont and 8oclul.  A'grand musical entertainment and  social will be held in the Odd Fellows'  hall on "'uesday, April Id th under the  auspices of. tho womens' auxiliary of  the Methodist church.  The program will  consist of selec-'  tions by Mrs. B,eid of Cranbrook, Mrs.'  Thompson,' of   Cranbrook, and local  talent.    After the program  the  ladies���  will serve ice cream, cake', coffee  and '  srndwiches.    A good time is expected.  Admittance to entertainment  10c.  MRS.  HAW1CE, Pres. ,  MES. TOWNSEND, Sec'y.  JUST WHAT -��OXJ NEED.  Chamberlain's   Stomach and Liver,  Tablets.  When you feel dull after eating",'  ' When you have nd appetite.  When you have, a bad taste in mouth  When your.liver is torpid.  When 3 our bowels are "constipated,*  When you have a headache.'  When you,feel bilious'.  Thoy will improve your appetite',-  cleanse aud invigorate your stomach,-  and regulate your liver and bowels,"  Price 25 cents per bo��. For sale by  P. D. Hope, druggist.   ' '   .-  PostoUlce Ifl Moved.  This week the Moyie postqflice  and  P. T). Hope's drug store   were  moved'  from the Farroll,block to the Kootenay *  block.  Cliurcli.ScrTlceV.  !  Pbbsbyteman���-'Sunday schoolt at-o  p. m.   Service in the hall at, 7:30 p. m. ���  Subject: Tho message of Easter: "He  ia not here, for He is risen."  All are cordially  invited   to   attend  these services.  T. A. BJtO AD'FOO'T,, Pastor ;  Miiiuonisx���Sunday school at .31  p. m. Preaching at 7:30' o'clock".  Subject:    "The P.esurrection."  This wi'l be an Easier service.  Hymns 2-1, 115, I7J. ,   -  All are welcome.  a. e. Marshall; pastor";  Hovv    to TVarc^otT an  Attack of  Khoumntlsrao  "For years when spring  time  came  tothe.otlice  of  mayor  of  Cleveland, j on and I went into  gardening,  I  was  Ohio, by a. majority of about 7000 over  E. D. Goulder, republican. All the  other democratic candidates for city  oilicos were elected.'  A l,ate Spring.  The spring of 15)03 will go down in  history as one ot tho _ latest,ev6r experienced In ' East Kootenay. Four  years ago the ico on lower Moyie lake  did not break up until April 2ord? but  ibis year it promises to be aoycral days  later in doing so, unless an exceptionally warm spell cf -weather comes ou-  Tlie upper Moyie lake is  beginning to  Why you should buy  -  BECAUSE it.is the besU.quality.-. -,,���,.,,:��  BECAUSE- it-vis "tho''most IjAB'jkng'  ������ -i-'    :���'���    -chew,'    ������ ������'    i.\u>'i^':'   ;-'���-.':  BECAUSE it; :-ia-.",' ihei 'MrcjeSS  high  'v      /'    grade*5<or -lOo plug,.v��i>- '���������.';  BECAUSE the sags aeb valuae&eJ iiti--  .'���.     ; ^ ,: ; premiumsiuitil-Jair.'l, 1905.  .BECAUSE.we. qWjsamtee every plug,  :-: .- and     .';   .   .   ���  ��� .   ���' "������ -.-    :  BECAUSE your dealer  is, authoriied  . lo   refund   your, money  "WI  wiieii in  sure of an attack ot   rheumatism  and  :'every attack was more seyeie than the  preceding one," says Josie  McDonald,"  of INian, L'cgan county, W^est Va,'   "t  tried'everything with   no. relief-whatever,  .until   I   procured   a bc-ttlo  of  Chamberlain's   Pain  Balm,'   and  the  first application gave me ease, and before the first bottle was used I folt, like  a new person.   JTow I feel  that  I am,  cured, but I always keep   a   bottle   Oi  Chamberlain's   Paia   Balm ' in    tho  house and when I feel auy symptone  of a return I soon drive it away  witli  one or two   apnlicaiions   of  this  liniment."   For onle by P. D. Hope, drug-  gist,:'....,...,.: ���������'-;.,-.-'^,.���'-.-.    ���'","������'��� r'  WH' IVILL CETLKAS2D TO '.SSS YOU  A:W.'  TUT?  ���$��  /Iu the. laatt'er of the Act tbreguletQ;thoclettr��,  -  ir.g oi/Ilivers ntisJStretiins, Keiiig Chapter 1GS,  li. S. B:. C"; 1S97. '-  .���f?dtlco is hereby giterl that application  lias   -  bc'tui'made by tltoEast Kooteaiiy Imiiiber Coax-' '  pfliiy, Limited, of 'Cranbrook,' British  Colum~ '. .  j blii,   to tho  i,ieulou!Uit.-Gosreruoi' iii   Cduucit.-  '.'  ursdor the-provision?-of  the  above mentioned ..;  A'cl'for Biuhority-tq p-roeeod upon, tlie expira- '.  tion ofsixty flays from tho first" pabliciitioa of  this-npticp iu the British Columbia Gazette and'  TUoyio leader, uev,'.spa;n;r at Jtoyie, B. Q., with.  the'remoV'al of obstructions and the 'ccinstruc.--  if  your,  vou are not satisfied^.  CTitE .KMrj.UK Tobacco Co-, I .in.   >  Wtei;s yofU).=v/;il,--6nd thd'-Uarg^si- si'OC-  u-f generarbardv/ato ic-Sast Koatenay-  Mail ordcry ^'iven  prompt ,;alt3ntiop  0RAN13K00K.  ...  .. .   ���. --   -OgS'. .._ ...  ti^iiihcr 'in the ifoyio river',, below .tlie lower;  Moyie lake, and also to ttike and .use e.uy lands.  wUiidt' iffay be qecessary.'.fqr- the Qoa^truetiou-  qft&6;Si5d -\vo'rkij,-also" that the., toll fate-pro-  posbi'to- lje":'ch��-.r��ed ip .$2.90,per thousand, feet^  bg?.'n3'Ta,cas;urd'; ���������'������������ ��� .  ^ViSo'that'the said ;Wtap_auy.hftve deposited;  ���*.yith---th3 Chief Cbrhmissl'ouer of Lands liud,  V/6'r5-.3;'nt Victoria, B. C, maps, cxd plans and.  boOk-ofrofe'rence. as required by tho said Act.;  .The lauds and water .to be airbpted by tba'  said \vx)f k -vv-.i IX l��5 the lauds , adjoining aud tho  vfritcrs of the saia Moyie river beiew the said,  MoyiQ lake, arid the stud lower Moyie lake.  ��� Bated at Cranbrook, B. C, this ninth day of  Vpril, 1&0.3.;. ' "- W.-F. GUR'D/    '  Solicitor for the -Vpplici'.'nts.    0 ran brook, B'. O  \'\ ._.  til   '  c f  I    <��� ,  , 1.  ' '*,''  I     ii   ' -  '  i     '. '    '  ���    '    i .  t  ��        ' 1  ft  ,-. ��� j  4 .  ���Sfcte*.. -: fib.  , flTV ft T m TT& ^    a 3  Hooke.  CHAPTER r.  AN   ITEM OK SEWS. '  ;^Hp33jg$HR little newsboy tiad  %�� "Jsr, and lie must hava  come up through the  floor, ' as an Imp  bliould hy all tlie best  traditions Surely the  creature <could not  hi'.vi.- squirmed through that tangle of'  I. iu��j:t ii ity between Bn-ii'Ja and tb��  o'coi r of tbe ?nr Yet there he <vas.  ��i:..',d:i2j; rlose against tier knees and  toolnnj; straight up into her face  Often ihe eyesrof children seem to  re-.-id oui hearts.   It is because they are  new in tlie world nnd are content with  superficial views. Adults try to look  iu through'our eyes, and they fail, ami  we note the failure; but children do not  try, and we. s<"Cimr theni'satisfled. tremble for our Initios! secrets.  tivt nda shook her bend to Intimate  that she I,:n) no wish to buy tin* news,  but'tlie bey did uot move, lie cuutlu-  ih'd io, hold "his papers before her. gazing over ihem into ber bice meanwhile  with ��ij ii u wink I iir stnru.  It was .probable that If she bouslu &  paper i/ic boy would pa.ss on. so Hren-  ",    da  I:i!d n  li.ind  upon  ber purse;.    The  hand   reiij.-iliiecJ   (here   rigid,   aud   for  some alow seconds  (be ragged   urchin  cud the smooth product of all tbe social  , refinemenis v, ere like figures ou a canvas,' boiii for'lixitv of ppso and for balance   of   eonirastitiir' expressions,   tlie  child still c-ji!uil.v staring, bis utier ignorance, counterfeiting wisdom, tbe woman tense otul ��':u>er: ber eyes searching and unsatisfied.  ( "I   will   take   ibis  paper."  she  said,  speaking'with considerable effort, aud  she gave the boy a coin.  rres.-ntiy she. stood upon the sidewalk of Rroad way. gazing across at the  ugly brick front 'of tbe opera' bouse  whb a confused notion that it qould  give her important information, but  was perversely refusing to do so.  She  merely   wished   to know   where  she  was.  and   tbe  familiar scene  impressed   her  as   if  she  had   not   been  there In a long time and had forgotten.  Then   ber   mind   became  clear.     She  paused in deep thought and at its etui  raised her hand as if to beckon  to a  cabman;   but,   changing   her   purpose,  she stepped Into ,a doorway nud  rend  once more tlie Item intlio paper tlmi  the little hoy bad thrust'under ber eyes  At   tlie   first  glance  one   who   knew  Brenda might have said that tlie story  lay outside her world and could not interest  her.    However,  it was  wbni  a  ,   Journnlist might call "good news." ani  therefore It was printed with tbe 11 ties-  very  far apart   by  way of emphasis,  and It bore the marks of haste.    Thus  It ran:  Elsia Miller, as actreis livlnff at US West Tliir-  ty-cijhth street, wsi stabbed by some person un  known in her room this afternoon.  It is * lodging house owned and occupied b>  Mrs. Alice Simmons. Misa Miller had lived In the  rear room on the first floor for some mom lis.  The crime was dijeovered bv a servant. u ho entered the room and found Mis* Hillor unconscious  on the floor. Dr. \. G. Bhir of 1G0 West Thirty-  eighth street wns lustily summoned, and he pronounced the wound mortal, it is just hclow thar  collar bone, on the left side, extending sharply  downward within the body and undoubtedly piero-  ln(f the outer wall of the heart. That Miss Miller  should hava survived the wound longer than a few  seconds Is regarded as miraculous by Dr. Blair  and other physicians, several of v.hom, including  Ambulance Surg-eon Carrliigton of St. Winificil's  hospital, were at the liouso witbin �� few iiuuules  after tha discovery of the crime.  Tlie weapon was a hunting: Initc, having 3 long  Made and a deer's foot handle. Tbe blade Is peculiar, belne much thinner than that of the ordi-  'i-ty hunting; knife, it was 'found on tho door  bcxidc the body. A servant tayg thnt t-.he has seen  the knife, io Miss Miller's room within tbe last  few days.  On a tabla in the room wis a tetter which may  explain tho whola affair. Tho police have it and  rifusa to divulge its contents, but it Is known  that the writer is Clarence M. Alden, a broker  with au office on Hroad street. He is the only son  of the late fit. Clair Alden, who practically disinherited him.  Hiss Miller ia a very beautiful L'irl, tall and of  the brunette type. She is 20 yearsold. Sho play-  *<l the part of Nannie in "Tha Uoiirybee," ao  unsure,Wul romnly produced in this city two  years ��eo.    Since then her work has not been schs  "Is sne- dead?''  r.rc-nda was framing other tjuesj'.or.?  In ber mind, but' this one uttered ,i-=e:r  Tht  policemen  exchanged   a  glance  Then one of them replied with a single  word. "Xo."   At this moment there was  a stir in the hall,    [fearing It. the policemen  began  slowly  to  descend rthe  steps.    Urenda retreated  bcfoie  them  and not a word was spoken.    Sh���� was  pressed into tbe edge of the crowd at  the foot of tbe stone stairs, am) she remained there while a lifter was brought  out ou  which  lay, something perfectly  Eii'l ami covered from eud to end with  a white cloth.    It was,put into a great  black   vehicle.     A   brisk   young   mr.u,  wearing a blue cap. and'a grave,.elderly  man with a long white beard climbed  in after It, and then tlie somber equipage moved away  by  ihe power resident within it.    And to Brenda the familiar  spectacle  of  a   self   propc'ling  carriage assumed tlie aspect of a mira-  He, and nil things seemed to move or  stand by virtue of a uew force; silent  aud resistless.  "Could I go in?" she whispered to  the policeman who had stationed himself beside her. "Can I speak with  Koine one wlfo knows?"'  "Knows whtitV" he replied.  "Whether she will recover, whether  she has,spoken."  Tlie man Jobked at.hor'witli a ponderous curiosity.  "You wait here." ho cuid. '"Give me  your name, and I'll see what I can  do?"  Miss Machine was affected by a touch  of caution.  "No one knows rae here." she replied.  "My 11:11:10 would mean nothii:.,'' to  them. i-;-ir you may say that Miss William-- would like to speak with the physician who was called in���a Iir I'.iair.  1  believe "  Tbe policeman began  to n?<-c:),|  the  stops, 'but   he fin used  at  sight   o:   t^./o  men    who   appeared   abo\e      ():].���   of  them was of medium stature :ii:,  heavy, having the build of an ap.-  rnpj.iln    in    a   perfectly   meaningless j  voice, as !f lie had been an echo.  "I can tell you very little." replied  Dr. Ulair. "Xo one knows who committed the crime nor why it was done"���  "But will she die? Such a young  girl, with so much to hope for, and they  say she was very beautiful:"  "She was, poor child]" responded the  physician. "And that fact may or may  aot havo had something to do with her  misfortune. As to her chance of recovery, I greatly fear���indeed, to be frank  with you, I doubt whether she Is living  at this moment."  Brenda was as white as paper, and  her hands were twined together.  "She has not spoken"��� she began,  and it was tbe captain who replied.  "Not   a   word."   said ,he.     "But   ws  shan't  need   anything   from   her.    We  snail get to the bottom of this affair all  right."  Brenda turned slowly toward him.  "The name of a gentleman." said she,  "an  acquaintance of mine,  was mentioned In the newspaper account, a'Mr.  Alden.    Of course It is impossible that  be   should   have   had   any   connection  with this wretched crime, but perhaps  he knew tho young woman and"--  "Yes,", responded tho,captain, "they  wero acquainted. And, by the way',  perhaps you're familiar with the young  gentleman's handwriting. We found  a note on the letrer head of his Arm.  Let mo see, what did I do with it? Oh,  berejt Is. Perhaps you'd like to glance  it through."  He .extended his hand, but Brenda  did not tako the sheet of paper which  he o tie red.  " I - could not rend'this," she said,  with a slight shudder. "It was not  meant for me." ,  A faint expression of surprise humanized tho officer's face for a moment.    ,  "That don't make any difference," he  said. "It'll have to bo published. Everybody '11 rea'd it." ,  ,   Brenda  glanced   at Dr.   Blair,  who  bowed his head.  VIn that case,"'she'said, "though it  seems an outrageous Intrusion"���  "There's no help for it." rejoined the  captain, with a griu, which he used In  place of a frown.' ".We've got to find  the person that done this deed, and  we've got to make use of this note to  do It."  Brenda took the paper and read these  words:     ���  h.il'ony   of  the   length   of   thn   imjjh  v Lich was the width o<' the hou Je  Sumo cru.ie, familiar pictures huuz  ,;pi,n tho walls. Obviously they ��nte-  uaied Elsie'-i coming and expressed  Mrs. Simmons' idea of home decoration. Elsie's contribution to the adorn-  ruent of the scene consisted almost entirely of photographs of men ar.d women. Ono nilgbr guess the calling af the  tenant after a glance at" the portraits  for nearly all of these people were obviously in "the profession "' They appeared singly or in groups formed by  fastening the rhotogra'phs together  with dainty bits of ribbon so that half  a dozen might be suspended in tbe  fashion of a banner.  Whatever may be said of the artistic  value of this decoration, It certainly  brightened the room.,, It was impossible to be .lonely with eo much company and such vivacious people. Nine  In ten of the women were smiling and  many wore fancy dress. The men  struggled to seem chivalrous nnd  courtly, except the comedians, most  of whom were In grotesque attire.  Two photographs, larger than' 'the  average and well placed between the  windows,  represented   young   men  In  *<->     hi-.u tip. ���;  !     e"irs1   Old   Maid--" Well,  .urn  know,"   Hmith-  ! m.n\n��-<:o   is   a   lottery,   and   1      truly    lii����r.;hiiifr  : beln.-ve  it.'' uiiist, lmve told  bin  j     Second  Old   .Maid���" So���do   1.    But '     Brown���More   liken  1 where do you  suppose   I   could {.reL    a    himself "  ! ticket V *' j      j     Tlu  J'Uf-  !   "   ''"' >*   M.  ���J 01  Oladys���'' How did you enjoy .Mrs, j  Uppcrtoii's   recaption"? " j  Ethiol���" Oh.     great !      It  wns   the 1  nniii  wtio is j���,(,  not,   to   be   ruined   b^  '��� 1. i!  tul.l  '   "fil'Jr,  '��� '���"���10!,  -Manv   a  couuijreou;;  ��.,���  iiost   complete  failure  J   o\^r saw!''    writer   rather  thu.i   p,-,v  D THE SYSTEM-  ���i'i^-t'i-bjJ:  And   You   Need Havo Mo Fear of Appendicitis, Peritoniti-  Cihes*. Drcaeted   Bits.-- *  i's-y,  an^A^I  CI  :5 c  m***1  Ski*  the , Great  H3iSg- H Li w ��.31       f ill C'S fr<:C^  rr*.m*x*,     re3��rf?��:^.�� >r :'&&:*H  '.'    -?&%'  pivpostorotisly hiiig arms, -.viiich swung  aimle.>sly when he move !. :w if :!,'���;.  were ortlQcial. lie wore the uniroi'iii  of a police captain. The,other v.:is ol  a   conventional   type  by  comparison���  here.  Mrenda walked down Broadway to  Thirty-eighth street and turned westward. Immediately she perceived tlie  motley crowd which the news of the  crime had brought together, and she  hesitated. Then, shutting her lips  firmly together, she resumed her original purpose.  The house nurnbe*ed MS liad a high  Rtoop and a yard tho size of a dinner  table, in which tbe grass was green and  well watered, though the neigbboriug  yards were brown  with the heat and  .drought of that remarkable month of  June.'   Tbe house itself had an air of  neatness and  the flavor of home,  but  its privacy bad been invaded  first by  crime and then by all the train that follows it    The door stood ajar for prying eyes, and the two glgantie .'police-,  men lounging at the head of the steps  seemed the chief Intruders rather than  the guardians of the  place.    Brenda.  for all that was upon her mind, felt the  desecration and shuddered nt it.  Thy policemen, who had been leaning  against'the railiugs. stooderect arid  put their shoulders together as Brenda  ascended tbe steps. They deemed to  fill all the space and their heads to tower to the house top. But the thing must  be gone through with now. aud Brenda  gathered nil her force.  "1 am a friend of Miss Miller." she  said,   "i'lenso let me go in."  "Nobody can go in now," replied one  of the men, /  tier gaze was fixed upon the coarse, scarred face ol the captain.  that Is, ho looked like a human being,  find Brenda noticed little eNe about  him. Her gaze was fixed upon tbe  coarse, scarred face of the captain, brutally cynical and smiling without purpose, like an image hacked out of wood.  The policeman saluted bis superior  aud addressed him in a low voice.  Without waiting for him to finish the  captain turned quickly to the man who  bud come out of the house with him  and asked a question which Brenda  did not-hear. When this man looked  ot ber, Brenda became aware that be  was tall and thin and that be wore a  loose gray suit.  "I don't know." said the man in gray  thoughtfully.   "I can't be sure."  The captain doKcended the steps nnd  lifted his cap with the politeness of u  trained animal.  "Miss Williams?" said he. "Yes. Indeed. I understand that you nre a  friend of Miss Miller, the girl that got  hurt, and that you'd like to talk to Dr.  Blair. This gentleman is Dr. Blair.  ���So perhaps we'd better all go iuro tha  house, where we can talk more convenient."  Brenda tried to pass him, but she Immediately found herself bet ween the  captain'tnid one of the policemen, by  whom she was escorted Into the bouse,  tlie' physician walking ahead.' Thus  they came to a small parlor, opeulng  from the hall, to,the right.  In the presence of Dr. Blair, whose  manner was that of the world wherein  she had moved. Brenda regained'a part  of ber self possession. 'Tho simple, elegance of the room, far beyond any thing  that she had .expected, helped to put  her at her ease, nnd she began to feel  the sense of personal dominance to  which she was accustomed.  "Dr. Blair." she said. "I really don't  know why I should have come here. I  am' not a friend of Miss'Miller. I am  merely Interested In her. Seeing the  story of her terrible misfortune iu a  newspaper by the merest accident. I  obeyed an unaccountable impulse and  caroe to this house." I  "An unaccountable Impulse," said the  1 t  "liy Dearest'Dear���All goes bo well that! mutt  oeiid'word to you at once. I can't wait till evening, when I may sea you, an'd,= indeed, dear love,  there is tome'doubt \yhether I shall bo able to  quit work before midnight. At any rate, it bids  fair to be so late that I should not'dare scandalizs  Mrs. Simmons by calling upon you. ' So I write  this and make bold to put a little money into  it���five hundreds. Don't let them frighten you. I  remember perfectly that you weren't to touch t  penny, but I rely upon 'the letter that I wrota  last' evening; to knock all your arguments into  smithereens. I thought of a ,lot of point* after  leaving you. and I cited the best precedents. Ii a  fellow'ii rich���as I am today, thank heaven���ho  may help his sweetheart to buy her trousseau. If  you don't believe it, write to your mother, and  whila you're waiting for an answer buy the pretty  clothes anyhow.    Ah, my beloved"���'  Brenda had come to the end of the  first sheet. Her face, that had been so  pale, was flushed, and her voice' was  not quite steady as she said:  "I can't read any more. It, Is dishonorable and  unnccessarj"."  "Ah, my'beloved," said the captain,  taking tho letter and reading the remainder aloud In a stumbling voice,  with half an eye on Brenda all the  time���  -"����� shall be so happy, youth and lore and  money Rnd the whole world before us���the summer in Norway, the fall upon the continent, the  winter on whatever Mediterranean shore you like  the best, and next June shall find us in Venice  and our twelfth honeymoon in the sky. Think of  this, sweetest of travelers, whose favorite book  has always been the atlas. Think of it as you go  shopping: this afternoon with your pocket full ol  money. It is all settled; tho chains are broken.  We nra to be married ns soon as your mother can  coma east to behold the ceremony. And then  away to sea the world and the shrines of 20  centuries of lovers, liy heart and ay faith to  rou. Clarence."  In the captain's mouth these love  words had the sound of blasphemies,  aud Brenda shrank back to the limit  of the room with Dr. Blair, who seemed to be scarcely less affected by the  desecration.  "The money wasn't found," said the  officer after a brief, shrewd scrutiny of  Brenda. "The note was on the table,  but none of those hundred dollar bills  that we read about. , Come; I'll show  you where we found it."  "I don't think I want to go in there,"  ���said Brenda faintly. "I am going to  the hospital to see whether I can bo of  any help to her."  "You'll have to arrange that through  the police," was the reply, "and It can't  be done until I get some word from  there. So I suggest that we take another look at the scene of the crime."  tie stepped back from the door, and  Brenda passed out of tlie room. Intending (0 leave the house, but again she  found herrielf between the captain and  one of his men, and again she obeyed  an unspoken order, following one of  them while tbe other followed her.  When tlie bowels are constipated or  sluggish in action tbe human l-.ody  seems an easy prey to nearly every  ailment to which human beings arc  subject.  Tho immediate result of inactivity  of the bowels is the cloe.jrina and  obstruction 01 the m-tion of the kidneys ami  liver,   tbe   upsetting-  of   tho  \7arnv.y   rtfetiicinc.  effects   are  V^'il  most  thorough  digestive    organs   aud     the    Jovy.w,*  back  into     the  .     '<:ure  for Cr.r  pation   as   iv.     Chase's  Ki<  I-ills.  No   merely-cathartic u,  d<i   more   Utun     relieve <-u ���J:*'"41''  ..K i,',*V  Jill. ,, C-S'"tV*  'l-t -. i  j 'f>\=   .nun      ii'iieve  <-u  tl      -   ,       .     ��� jT!l<,< h.i]o   wh",,��   *  l"��"v<l  i;.io   .,,  system  of  poisonous    i��, N.-st hies '   by   (hr.   |jv,.r 'Iv '-'-'vW^;  impurities   which   contain   tbe   irenn* ��� cathartic nmj co'n,^,,.,..,,.^    r'uiu7' "^J$;l  of disease. '   '      ' j. !1V(.,- action is os���ioi,,,'i',  ���  , ,  !> ^tjtfM'i  Not  only are  colds    aud    all    com { of   the   bowels     It"  (' 1^-.V,'.��� ^'^j"'jri''!";,-n^V^ife1 j  tngious  and   infi-cUous  diseases  im.ro ! I.ivj.p   I'ills"l,aV��. n  ,|j,p". ' ^,,'^f^^'i  likely   to   attack   M,   person    Mtbirct.-d , 1 im   liver .md   ki<|..,.\-   ., iv ('"'' ,t^  to      constipation,    but    Hpi*'ii<Ii,'-itii��. j bowels,   and   for   | h',-; ,','.,,,'.    i'f.W'^a  peritonitis.      , inflammation     of     the   thorough  rure  <>r  '���"���'��� 'L'^WS'  bowels    and     chronic dyspepsia     ��t'f"i,    IV,   ( I:asi''<  ���veH  ,".s  (In  v.f(1 ;;.'���''l-,M'��' /"pf��|*  (he     direct     result   of   not. lee ting     to {'of   iueM umihle ^ va'b ."   -Is'' .!''l,fW Vffl^J  ���.,ii  ��� ,v . "   "I'liifS&lssN^c  mdu-me     On.    mil   .,   o,-, ...  ���-,", f,,,,^  ���   box.    At   all denlcis or- Ivhn.-.ncjitlLII*  ceep  the bowels rfMrsihw r.nd  act ive  In   health   t,hr>  bowels' should  mnvfl  about    once a  day, " otherwise,     the   Bates" vt  Co ,  Toronto.  ������ln,"^��ttB  CHAPTER II.  AMONG THE PIC'rTJRES.  ���"tK  j^LSIE'S ��� room opened  straight from the hall,  at the , roar. There  was a sort of vestibule, with a sliding,  glass paneled door at  tbe farther end, and  this space was divided lengthwise by a curtain, behind  which Brenda saw the gleam of a great  white tub. an unusual luxury in cheap  lodgings.  Beyond the vestibule was a room of  good height and size, with a'shallow  alcove on the left, in which stood a  pretty brass bedstead. Upon the right  was an unused open fireplace benealh  an old fashioned marble mantelshelf  which was covered with a quaint and  picturesque collection of souvenirs.  There were two tall windows in the  southern wall. The lower sashes were  hinged at the sides, opening inward,  and one might step out upon a wooden  "Sho must have been about }\crc when it  1     happened." &  the dress of cavaliers with drawn  ewords in their hands. There they had)  stood, these friends of hers, thus arm-'  ed, with their eyes upon her when the  assassin had struck her down.  "Prbm all I can learn," said the captain, "she must have been about here  when it happened."'  He took his place beside a couch that  was between the windows and turned  his face to the wall.  "The^murderer/'he continued, "was  obehlnd her. The murderer pulled her  head back and stabbed almost straight  down. The girl fell on the couch;  here's the b'food. And the murderer,  convinced that she was dead, dropped  the knife and-fled."        ���    c  He turned to Brenda with a questioning leer. She was more calm than  sho had been; her mind was more  alert. She had noticed chis peculiar  avoidance of a pronoun, and she asked  him without emotion whether there  was any doubt that, the assailant was  a man.  "We don't pretend to know anything about It," he replied, "hut there-  are certain circumstances which load'  us to suspect that It might have been  a woman. A gentleman who was  passing the house about the hour when  this thing must have been done'saw a  woman coming out Now, except for  Miss Miller, the lodgers in. this house  are all men, and we can't get any  trace of this wpman. "We don't know  how or when she got into the house  nor what she did here. It's sure that  she didn't ring the bell nor make any  more noise than she could help. Nobody let her In, so far as we can learn,  and we've covered the ground pretty  thoroughly."  "Perhaps she didn't come la at all,"  said Brenda. "She may only have,ascended the stop's and then, finding  that this was not tho house that she  had supposed it to be"���  "Or changing her mind for any rea-  sonl" the captain continued. "Quite  right I see your point But the woman wore a heavy veil; she seemed to  be somewhat excited, and sho hurried  away eastward��� I think you said  eastward, Dr. BInir?"  "Toward Broadway," responded tho  physician, with embarrassment.  "It's a pity you ��� didn't notice her  more particularly." said the captain.  "I'd give a dollar or two for her description just now."  "You can't get it from me," replied  Dr. Blair. "Thero was no reason why  f Bhould pay any particular attention  to her. Sho was a well dressed, stylish looking young woman, and that's  all I kuow about ber."  Brenda looked at him steadily for  uoino seconds.  "Dr. Blair," said she, "what did Ibis  officer ask you on the steps just before I came Jn?"  l'TO Jt CONTINUED.]    '  Little Children  can safely take this famous well-  known remedy. Made entirely of  herbs', warranted free from mercury, and poisonous substance, thai  is why everyone likes  Arc   You   Going  I Compote ?  ' "_ ,  'Thure will  also be offered :-  W8m  54w  i*W,��i&'ji  llirtz Prizes at Brando^^  . :-' Fair in I003.   ��� HH  Sold EtptvwIm-i  i Nivt"��, 2S c��itt3,'  as follows :  Fict'^r p?azE.  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Interest in a few weeks.  50 cents a package.  <<eemiug, Allies &. Co., Afcsts,  noyTREAL.  ... ^-i  |,    Only     oiie     entry   wiii "! e rJ!i��-  frorn  each  Farmer Or :;'.' c^nun, c  I bo   stock   imisT   be   exhi * ',-i ot   tin  Brandon cxhil.ntion. {  : '"'Kvideuco must be producd . 41 p i7->'^,'^r,JB  time of oxiiibilion to sin * iha thc^.^^vljl  nm'mals-were  fed  on   I'.nih'i.'.c Stod^.^^n  oori' ,.   I'^yQ^S  Try    Carncfac    for    vour   Stock^fe^|  W. G.  Douqlns,   frtanufaoturer,f^��h;  , Princess St.,   V^innlpcg. i,:r'l^im  '��te#ffi.  H��-p   JI!i-*'.I ns:��.  When   a   m  blessings,   lip c  cm generally tin! ilill3��;>'it^m  J  together joyous. : ���"ii^gesS  "I'm   thinking  about  the  won.lc:!:';' '^vj^fi  progress the work! has made aaif-5  much   we've ^ot to be thankful '  ���t ��;flsl  'll'.O'll ,'...S  S  'the   fioiii;;  I llilitl,    v, I.  t'.u  most  mat-'iii-i eot   1 r >,'.  of     oi-ly   L\?^j  heiiih'   is   inn,,e.!sv-,   irt   i-  , '��� or.  . ri . e  of   Aj.iv,   in  ilod'ing     palace  of  .'O'.s     and  \ It.! oii'>i-i  of    Ihc  H'h    IS ,i  ���' Kipeu-  >r 1 io;is,  Ht'/fies. ii>  )ua,s iienig  grand \,!td((.-u Ci..in;,{;is, Lirnu-hcri m  tho ni'ist uoi-of...,, s ,,nL.n(;,j Hiaiinci-.  All t'.e c!-..,i].s h;.\(. ;;ol,Jen ai-ms, and  ii-eoio. s stcii.es aro set in (!,�� ba.-l.s  'ihe ^ v.'M'll decor.iJiipig ore beam lfni  lx>\<md de&ehpiio.-i, while the ceil.i.ft.s  aro tinted to rej re-ei.t. the sky, silver .St.,rs -i!)p.':;i-!P.r ho,-,., IUI(| i|,',.re on  the (lar.-. blue b;'el.t:riniii(l. '1 ne p;,l-  -i<"0 is lna-lc of f,f.(ii woo.I .-ii,(i stone,  but s" r>,: .s'l <; 1 o tiiel 11 Ik,.,tj wilh  r-i.��-e ' Vibf.i !,<���: m j,se. it. is moored  (.-.   . Im  I iui'-s 1 i Mi"  t [\ (.T  .l.imijjt.  I .cr ���   ih.-  ] ri"  n 1 ������   i(i.i'"   1 ��� (������  ' ei 11   ,'  ]���- , ,,,||,|   I  <:,iu 1:  1 Me . i .i>,  ' ir   f f   ! .  V'r  .       1  I'   I'l.'.l  .sti( .iliy  |t  ��� v,. 1 ��� 1.    '.' ; i' 1     ,, i 1  i , ���'IM"-  l c  1  ���iu ,,_\-   [ he  s   [11 v  ���said Mrs. Matthews, rocking in titr.'i''"'  stuffed chair,  with  a pair of kwtuz'  needles in 1  on her face.  needles in her hands ancl a placid >mJ,  TiM*  "if.-fiS?  "It is wonderful." tulmittul hc-r ules, -ijj^  if   everyliihig  turnfti 3^ . J^||  "Seems  ns  good.    There's   lightning   no  hadn't  been  for  that,   I  never s��w ^j.'^'  have had those fine rods ,011 lllel-Kafe^^p  and barn that make me feel so. ^"ftJfefci|^  a thunderstorm.   And there's s!iin!'r��|%i|s|#  rf  si  vacciiifttioii, and   if .there hartall-*/  nearsighted  folks nobody  would r\  lhougbt>lo  invent   magmfyha.' !.('���" .'  and specs.   I declare, (here's a sift'1! ,  things to be thankful for." ^?  1 thunderstorm. And there's s!ii:i!'r��|%j||#&  f it hadn't been for that, wo liCI'p,"^|K  hould   have  known   the  1.Ip-shi.�� 'KC^^if^  '.-���'^iia  M -ft"  v'��<4^c  ���stS.f.5?,  <         !lll.|     1,  .',    I .'.Vi  ll     M'li-  :   .   I'...S    (  >i.   su!l  ���y    af-  t l! V     1 1  ('  I'.ileie  giide 1  1 ��� 1   1 ' .    s ���  !���',  s\ ,.  ��� ���'   mi.-  1,   i, p,l   1  i\ ',   1  e   tide  <     ! s ' j   ���  1  I.", ,  V\ l,il,'  [,,!!'      1'  ���  !    ,^ .  ,'   'iiNlh  '"         ' ���-    .' 1  ���j   n1!��  <'' e.iiii  KiDini   the   Dltiiuto.  Two  ladles at  ii  tea  jiarty Pl( r":".  ruling about  their rei--pei'li\e a:  hist,   to  end   the  dispule.  one of i1'1-3  naid in a conciliatory ''ine *>( ve'u  "Don't let ns (piarrel over tln'i-i"']  any more. dear. I, at least. Iii'u r(''  ihe heart (o Oo (t.    I  never l.Mfv, *'*  1   ,1  r'  my mother wa.s, for she drser.f.' "  when I was a baby, and uhol.i^'  but (hat you may have 'xjen that In ''  lens parentV"  V.  '.     The  Fun;        :;'  The antiquity of tho fan. in the east,  particularly in Asia, extends far back  beyond'- the possibility of ascertaining  its date. In China and India the original model of the fan was the wing of. a  bird and at.one time was part of the  cmhlfims^ofLlmDci-iii 1 authority.  Stopped Votin-r For Oantel.  A funny, story is (old about art old  time'doctor who, writing a letter, ask-  ed a judge, "Judge, isn't c-q-u-i tlie  way to spoil equinomical'.'"  "Yes, I think it is," said the jnd-{.  "but here's Webster's Dictionary, "it  can soon tell you."  He tried to find the word, but gave  it up at length, and exclaimed, "Well,  sir, I've always been a Daniel Webster'  man, but any man who will write <is  big a dictionary as this and not put in  as common a word as equinomical  cant get my vole for anything here-'  ��fter."  Ilcdiiocd   AMKfMxiiicntn.  "Old  Cro's'is is a  mighty clever fet- :  low."  ��� " ;'    ... ��� . ��� '���   .  '' j  "Howls 1'luit.V"'; .'���''���'' :        ;."!  ,"^Vhy, 'jusl before lhe,','tissessor gels '  to him'he always manages to have'.a''  lot of stuff printed to the eiTeet (bat lie !.  has been giving, .several .million's'���' bi !  ehan'tal..ii(!.and.e.'!iK'alioi-i:il i.ii.slifufions1/1'  Tiiat -makes', his assessment schedule-!'  k'.ok moi-o,'p!;!.!isi.Me." ��� , . I ���.  '.Inrkins-Thei-e'.s I'erkihs-yo�� ^'  IV'rkiiisV-eiiiered into iu) af,'t:a"lfll!|(  v.-i!li ''his. wife-''sooi'i afler thx-b" �� r  riagiv twenty years ago. that'wlim1101  I'll her lost, temper or slurint-d th'-' otH"  \v.l.< to keep sih-iice.-  r,ol>���And the scheine worked?  . ..'orkins-���-Adiuii-ably. '.   I't-rKins  <opt silence i'o'r twenty years.  /^"^  *) r  ���*,  :  .In- ,  ^ u. I'   ...  (    ^1*  r- tirV  1 *���; v��''  ~$$ v  -or  33W��ES3Biffii  W^&mSEfeS3��SgS^88B5S&iSB&  it is not. only because of their great wearing  that you are recommended to wear  Sfyle, fit and finish are almost as important.    Granbit  Kubbers have a stylish, clean cut appearance all their  g      own, and are made in  all  the  different shoe shapes.  fa . ".GranJjy Rubbers wear like iron." 'THE  MOYIE LEADER.  MOVIE,    B.    0.  ua  nit  ufp  " -J-tloij  111  ��� < i  */t- A   'town    council  cundidate,     vety  ''"shore in the legs,  was saying to his  ", audience that " whut he was he had  -"- filicide himself."  ���f* ?**  A'*       *    -- 'tfr >��� e   V.-S  ���Sirs,���1  have    been  a great  P^T^V^&f^erer  from   rheumatism,   and   late-  1<��JrifalyMhaye been    confined    to my bed.  V&$,.Sie6foE*y'nur   MINARD'S   1,JLNIMENT  ed   it  and   got    im-  ascribc  my  rcstor-  lth    to   the     wonderful  medicine.  EWTS   8.   BUTLER.   ,  tr,���*t!       r,   -~v'&Seeingsyoi  V^b^etilSte  relief.   1  &,&dti&i!Sto  hea" '���  ;v'':'fpo%^f'pf your  bees nT"' *t ���-VJ&VMmercr���    \ury  sorry,   sir,   I'v  Kp^'^JJfia^all  the game,  but I've   go  as Vr?1? '". -^BoiSSaSlne  Cer.uan  sausages   whiah  I  c  fori,?   "    <fcnlSly  recommend." . '  Mdi... u   ^K'i^ffShBbtist���" Praid- thnt won't do at  Wit-/ ^'^Vall^My  wife would  never believe     1  ,-e  ot  '���'4  S3��  moie   catarrh   in   this   hcciiqn  fitlier   rlise.iie.s  id   It to   li]^ 'fojjjjof'riho   roimti-.v   than   a!)  '-"    natu    ���"'"''   "\     hta!  f >' t (iruiar ?t ^V?t\i"^ It i.^ci' local   disease   and ( pn-Bcril.C".!   looal  Sl s   |uj    ^^?5iSrfinH"'b'es     uml  by conbtantlv   failiuu'  ,   ,,,,   ' n pa'JS'ti""" ""   I    .Ut H)f    m *SSH.-fSrt��B.j  f    <u ,-vJ^put 'tog-etlior.   and     until     the     lust   fau  r     i,1.}4mJ year.s wus 'suru'o.sfd ,to   bciiu'iu-ulile.  For  'c\ ,4f, ,^'aV,R��eat   manv   voars  docto/s   pronounced  -'"--it i, n ' local   disease   and i present,?'.!   looal  rflnK'dlcs      "'"'   U.v  conbtantlv   failiuu'     to  cure, with  local   treatment,   pronounced   it  l"tlw   Ot,M!)iS*'PV(inc,M>"alilc>     Kcieneo hns  proven  ciitiirrh  to  \tjl  ����, tv,Bp$$jj��fto ,!��a a  t-niistitutional   difii'Me, and lher<'-  _      EV.-J/V-fore.-require.w     constitutional     treatment.  <n  onoct iCr.V'iSl'VjralJ'fc Catarrh Cure,  muniifii���'lured hv I'"  >''" KV21jJ'>.Chenc-v   .t   Co     Toledo.   Ohi  l    U^&l^4lt;Js-tal en   ii.iorrui.llv   in   doses  afe^droi'H  to   a   tenspoonful  Ohio,   is    the  io   market  from     lo  It  acts  direct Iv  'J> (,fB!"illlsl5i-fconitho 1��1��0<I and mucous surfaces of thr  t.���,��� iKw������K*ysteiii Tliey olTer one hundred dollars  1UMns0"FKt3g|ifoei��ai^   <'oi-:?   iL   fllil3   <-o  cure    Send' foi  F8?5s?&{circulai s   uiid    testimonials,        Art'-   M'M^P^^   ���*-  CHKN10Y &  Co., To]��i  "~ iniv^Sw'Sold   l.v   r'nicrcriHts.   75c.  RrfJ^JHoirs   I-"e -i'v  Pills  are  (he  has  Address,  rolcdo. O  ?*&��*  fellf^l^ji^.pen' is   a   mighty    engine  that  l��A��ypoMetimes   runs  away   with   tho     en-  [ifi^Pgtiieer  W\m^^Mf.       -������   ^JLuBafrTs Liniment Cnres Bonis, etc.  s^  A   O"!��'-'��� I  tt��lii-r.  3.  ���M'^^Wtttention    has    been   called  to the.  ^ME0^'^  ��'f folklore  in  rural  parts .of  1 i^HWotmM', the knife with which thev  ' n��sV? ^��^^eKSlilnIli.-tPd was' smeared .with  i�� uc ^Wl'^Vl4W.greaSd-iai'id  laid  on   the  bed    of    the  IN   (,t  iwiigreaso-^  The purpose serveii   by  SOME TINY PLAN��.T<s.  Cele�� t.-i]    ISfwJics   'i'lint   AttrocnDii-rs   Are  Not Orealty 1 ir..--<;('.  to   rim!.  in the sjw'o between M.u'.s and  Jupiter thero nre luai.iicds oi Jiiile  planets culled tsst e; (,iris ',m,h-!i Ii;i\e  been discoveix-d diwiny Int.- i;i��,t ce,i-  l.'.ry by astronomers nil o">er the  wuj-Id. FJome of them arc huidiv  bigger than u bi^ western fiirui, and  ��� cry few are^ large cnonyii to be se-n  without the aid of a poweiful teie-  scojie. Kov.-ada.ys tl.ey are jioted  cliieiiy by photography and are in-  ieresting to j-rofehfjiunal u.sironojneis  only   for   their  ecientri'ifies. "  it lias been found, for example, by  a computation m.ioe by a; ti oimmers  that or.e of lliem ajiproacbcs ni.';:ie.>-  to the sun than any other known  planet and at tlie -same time describes a greater ellipse around that  body. Thi'.. spci:;al asteroid wi.s originally discrovcied on one of the  phctorraphic. I Litis taken at j'.ie-  (juipa, from whi^ii the emir,: sl.;,-  south of tlie erpiutor and extending  to tho antatvlic |.oie is pj.oteer.ipb-  ed a.s ti matter of rouiino onte'cM-ry  month. ,  Astronomers do not tj.ke t;ny  sjieciai dii.^IiL in', fii.din^ ,-.s.croi-.'s,  which, in fact, cuiso nu ru trouble  Hum tlu'y are. worth, since, oi.ee disco vered , t hey ha \ ����� t u be lirsI ea t a-  logued and then constantly watclied  in orciei' to keep 11 eni in their proper lel.ttioii to the oii.er ' hca.vi nly  .bodies in the 1.1010 e.-scm i:il biis'iiV'SH  of cataloguing t.:e importiu-t st...s  One German n'bserv.-itoiy iircordin��ly  makes a specialty of tul i.-ir;- ore of  all asteroids .end wherex er found  '���ruefully numbers, imisucs nnd tie-  senbf-s them a.s rajddly ns po si.-,!.->  for the benefit of other iistrotioiners  with   other  w rk   to  do. ,   <  PARKER CURE IS  ONLY ONE OF-MANY'  Bright's Disease Invariably Vanquished by  Dodd's Kidney Piiis,  Other Cases in Which ihe  Great Kidney Remedy  Conquered.  Reliable'   Men   Tell   of  .Victories   Over  The,  Dread   Disease.  vm n hi  oducd cat,-; r  t*^?raM3dty}tor scalds and   burns.  ur ' .^'4|%|]S!tfle Brother-Then you had better  %i >M'vi'r^,'������ ^  y^^fiookfiout.   Mam mn  said  if she played  faoturefi f^S'i'^fifer'iciards well she would culch vou.  P��9'      KA^4^^'    ,^Mf'W^fold bachelor snys. that firmness  j^^J&4?ft}!'ln,m is synonymous with stub-  {X^^^Jorhness in   a   woman  l' ,,U,ffiMH$��c��  a  ,nnn"8    sl,irils  a1^  on   Lhc;'  naUTWm^M)'c hn-vs nc-hnsn'L  a ghost of    a  iKTll.T.-'.Vl.- -   I   f  OlllUf'l:!.    '  The London (-'lobe, in commenting  on an ai ticl0 entitled ''Canada .and  Imperial Jfrnb.'ance," whhh a.>, ciruJ  in a rcconL ishuc of The Monthly lie-  view, says: "Aot only do we" fail  to grasp the historical and political  problems of Canada, but the' g. eat  mass of working 'uiuti arc wholly unaware of the potentialities of,'that,  vast conn fry. A Canadian let-lining  in this country wt:s once tackled by  a-working man. , 'Vi'islcf,' said the  inteirupter, 'can you tell me what's  the. good of all tins talk about ��m-  piie und, federation and ships wlen  lots of- ua here are starving?' This  was. tho lecturer's- oppoi tunity. He  told tho audience that in the land be  came from were millions of acios of  rifli land untouched. 'It is a, country as b'ig as the' United States of  America, and has only 5,000,000  people���no more than you ha\e here  heaped upon each other'in this sweltering city.' The writer of the article appeals lo the common sente of  the English poo'plo and asks whether  it would not be wisdom to spend the  -��] 2,000,000 devoted every'year in  this country to the maintenance of  paupers in some bold and comprehensive scheme of emigration. < Jn  spite of emigration ofrees, the subject does not get home to tha bosoms of men, and until Garlyle's' hero  arrives to lead our surplus population forth to the .Golden West, something might well be attempted py  the State to render emigration easy  and   attractive."  n''xmmho.vr  IlIH1 I'  >-  11  liH ll  oplo a' i ���i ���*." 'g^f?^'  * -*, t$K5--���-���   won��Wi   ��:K��i  ikfui;^  v~i  iilu l i-i  oiild i'\  .1 Mfc'L'I  �� ���>-,-srI'tt.7��Si ON ^"^kl ^7  .'0t A"1'  tl  fU  '  . of lW  \ O'Lt  111  I'll*''  IllU  llf w  ,I'ul b'  io kio*��  I It 111'.  AND  IS.  /-si*^:*,'-  i.1*  ret  3��k  3- . > K"  IS  m>e  m  "'��4f8iTUAL  on U>o��  'Kdllf"1  ���%m  , li  u r  m  1?  IH  ll3>  tS THE SVSTEm  ,J"     EFFECTUALLY;  TiPATiO^  PERMANENT^:  lb.*/'.aOt  lC.'i <-l rlc:ii   l":n-ir>Ini;.  The agricultural disti ict of Ha.no-  ver, Ueinmny, iias witnessed a remarkable growth during the past  fi-w\g-ais in the t.so of elc.'-tiic current for agricultural purposes. The" e  a) eat present .'IS \ iliages, roi>i (.-seating a i'opulation of o?,oOO, connected to the tij.mway mains of the  local i aitway. ilic greatest demand  for power is' for the driving of farm,1  in.ieiiinery, threshing      ii-.achinery,  [)'umj)s, hay presses, straw cutlers,  etc. \\ lie: e a lot'al system of c!e.;-  t ri.: miiins a heady CAi--ts supplying a  trolley or fa torv, \\\q. occasional demand of the lVumer can be.pio. tabiv  rate ed io, but if a spiral s\,-tem  fad to be in--f.illed it couid hardly  lie made a pa.v irr; investment. This  results principally from the fact that  the consul,iption of jiower is very  spn.-��m<>di-, end it is not for any  g. Ptit, length, of time. Tlie same ap-  p'iis to its use f"f lighting, as tbe  farmer and his family naturally ro-  l i: e eat lyajid ri.-e oariy. thus rut-  linirdinvi! the lime dming which  lights,a;e us'iiillv   burned.  Prom Mail  and Empire.  So greac has been the interest in  Toronto ' ever, the curt: of ttright's  Disease, reported from 'Shubenacadic, j Pai"9-'  Nova Hcotia, that a reporter,, yesterday vi-nted the head bllice of tne  Podcls Meiiiciee'l o , 0'2 Von^c Street,  Toronto, to ��>.'-'eJ n.in the views of  the management cc-i rerning the ense.  He found the��maiuigviiu*ni sutislied,  but bj' no means sm prised,  " No, ' wa.s tlie answer to the reporter's question. " We are not surprised that the public generally aie  at length being forced to the conclusion that Dodd's Kidney Pills will  cure Bright'.-* Disease. We have known  it for a long, time ourselves. The  Parker cure is only one of many ot  which we can furnish proofs.  A .SpfClaHit's 1'rencriptlon.  ��� " The "troubles in these cures have  been made by " what is termed a  ' patent medicine.' Had they been  made by a physician in the regular  way, and that physician had ���been  a"ble to tell exactly how he brought  them' about, they would have been  talked of learnedly "from one end ' of  the country, to tho other. But when  people talk iabout our cures there is  a tendency to say, ' Oh that is only  a patent medicine advertisement.'  " They forget that Dodd's Kiclney  Pills are the life work (of a doctor.  That they have been uniformly successful in trc-ating'all diseases or the  Kidneys, and that the only feature  in which they differ from regularly  obtained medical' advice is that the  prescription of a specialist is given  the public at popular urices.  No Koom for jjciibt.  " Now, you have seen tbe particulars in the Parker case. Nobody can  doubt  for  an   instant  that  that   was  euro is permanent as far as J  know.  I>ly general health is good.*  C. A .  IIju j is \, uretl.  " Here is another case. If you'll  take the trouble to look at this letter you'll see it is written by the  Postmaster at Love ft, Ont., Jlr. G.  A. Harris. Notice what he says :  la 1897 I was at the point of death  from Uright's Disease, and was a  complete wreck, could not even dross  mjsolf or turn in my bed, liut now I  am,, 1 may say, a well man, and J  attribute it' all to Dodd's Kidney  i'iils.' That's from a postmaster, a.  man who undoubtedly knows what  he is talking about, and there's no  uncertain sound about  what,be says.  <. i'.tln. liynim tu.Cil.  " Here's one from a Toronto man,  Charles Ingram, 58 Humbert Street.-"  lie's a stonemason, and well known  among the working men in die building trade, boo what he says : 'For  ten years I have been troubled witli  the first .stages of Bright's Disease.  J tried several other medicines, but  could not get cured, 'A friend o;  mine told me lo try .Dodd's Kidney  Pills. L have used four boxes, and  am  now  cured  of  the first stages   of  ec* vi(��f"c3w'r;"*  RENNIE'S���BEST THAT CANADA PRODUCES.  SAND VETCH.    ' ^ai  -    GIANT SUGAR  MANGEL.  Unquestionably fbe  most Profitable Rootfor  Stock Fcedlns. ��� Out-  yielding the famous Mas-  molh K��<i ManeeJ inwetefct  per acre. \'��Ituiblo either  for producing milk or as s  f.osh former. Handsome,  perfect shaped roots of pinkish white color, growing  hieh out ot 'tround. Easy,  to harvest. Tho rlch*et  and swootentof ��U root*.  Pound 30c.  5 Pounds $1.40.  Add 5c. per pound if tpsn/��I  ' by mail.  fta.ua! to 3   or i  vhon cured as dry  hfty.    Prospors ia barren soils,and produces  wondrous cropy/in good  i;'scouJ   crfJ"Ui    cx,-el-  lont.    Row 05  lbs.   per  acre.    Lb. 20c,  10  lba.  S1.70, pot.tpr.id.  25 lbs. S2.50.    (Bass  100 lbs. SS.50.   18c.)  Purchaser ^aye frripht.  FN PRICES                                           ,   INCLUDE  VEGETABLES. TOSTAGE-  BUTTER BEANS���Olant Wax. No car-   OA  1 doncomplt-te without thain. 5lbs. We., lb. ���*������"  GARDEN BEETS-Erl!Dsc-Roi)Tid,  eitra  qnality.     A   groat  favorilo.    Lb.   OJc.,  i lb. 26o.. oi   AG  <i.  II.   Kiu.L Curntl.  I could fro  on sliowiuff you sim- j  ilar   Jetler.s  'most   of   the   afternoon,  j  Dut   I'll  just ' giMi     you ono  more��� i  that of Li.  11.. Kent,   of 408  Gilmour I  Street,   Ottawa  , His  was, a  remark- '  able case, indeed, so remarkable that  we ufterwaids  got  him  to  make his  statement   under,  oath   before   a   notary  public. ' I  " Mr. Kent is a printer in tiie employ of the American Bank .Note  Company. lie suffered for four  months from Bright's Disease, and  had actually reached the sta#c when  jthe doctors declared he could not  live J<_iJ1 the next morning. While  the sorrowing wife waited by his  bedis.ie w,ntching for the end, her  eye chanced to fall on an advertisement which said that Dodd's Kidney,  Pills   would   cure Bright's   Disease. ,  " As a drowning man grasps at a  straw, so this despairing woman  grasped at this last chance'1 to save  her husband's'life. A messenger was  procured, a druggist roused out' of  his bed, a box of'Dodd's TCidney Pills  bought, and the dying man given his  first, dose.' That dose brought an  improvement, gradually ' the pain  ceased and health returned. Tt took  seventeen boxes to cure him completely. But that's seven years ago,  and he's been working every day  since. ���* '" Surely a cure like that is  enough to make the whole world believe that Dodri'sn Kidney Pill's will  cure Bright's Disease.  \Vln>i-���� tlie Trouble LI��'s.  "The   who 1-3   trouble   is  in   making  people   believe.      This   is  a  skeptical j  It used to be ' If. you see it in  CJARDEN C\Rf?OT-lnfcrm<jr{!;ite  F>-.d-  Stump   rnottd.     Ahri.vs   iu   ilfir.hiid.    huio  rr.d   iplii.blo. " JOch  duality.    Lb. 70c..,  i lb. 2.r.c..oz ,   .10  GARDEN CORN���Prrrv's' Sti��3->r ��� Early,  ���   nweet and tcmb-r.,, Ksd'lk-ut for Ubln   nn  uto. ,5 lbs. IKic, !b.  ...'  t<C*J  ONION {lj;i."kScc-.!)-Yfi:.,vv a.-.fucra���The  hoavust ciir.iroi kiiown.   ."Sp^I or extra  quelle/.    6 lbs. $.i.0i), lb. S1.1.M, i lb.  .35  ONION SETTS���?etts furnish larae onioni  early *& rtvll ua !l:-��t cr<"-:i o"iop�� for citable ueo. 5 (ju, Sl 'JO, -' (its. 4.-1.i it .���J  /���U'f.iixJt ''I  ^i-htf   .  asfM  rurchaicrpai/e/rrisht  SPELTZ.  Beats Sprlno Wheat  In  yield  of   Grdtn   at  ��  Ontario AKricultural  College. In Western  States it is claimed lo  yield 80 to 100 bush- m  els of richer food than j-g  Corn, besides civine f.s g"  much as 4 tons of ceod -~a  hay per acre. Speltz Is  test described as a com-  bicatiou of wheat, rya  c:id barluy, and for  f e e d i n e purpose* i*  erjual to other yrair.s.  So\v 70 lbs. per acre.  2 lbs. 25c , postpaid.  BusliuM40lb!>.)$1.00, ,  10bu.S9.50(Bacsl8e.> ^  KANGAROO SWEOE.  f"*     M^i-��-J  OAROEN PEAS    E.-,rI>  nl.-irkcc Gar<.'cn-  Kor lablo UkO    l-IifoiU'lit (luiiiitv.  51b��.    sy~  tl.OO, lb ��D  IRADISH���Sc'srlet Turnip-TIouad. A croat  lavorite with ^ardf-ners. Al��-��)i crisp </-��  aud tender.   Lb. 60c, i lb. ��j'j., oi  ��� * U  'S---:-t    .��� - r^Mi  : fiSNCPWfj    ^ ".n f-e-nish sped of this  U.nJUlU,  .t    ,,J9   {tlVonwe   prices :-  & seeds, 2fic; 10' seeds, 41V; 50 seeds, $3.SC|  100 seed��, SL'f.P fli.hciso Cultural Directions  Ara neiit. wilh u-�� ao��d.  The qrentiest of "n.'l  Swedes. Kcops (oncer than any other  sort and produce1! heavy  erop* evciywhere. Very  hardy. Similar in KlfcO"  and erowtli to llio Ele-  phr.ut. Color bronze  Cro^n. This in -the mdEt  popular Swede in cultivation. Particularly adapted to districts where  tiio land lies exposed. J  lb. 1-V, J lb. ^3c.  Pound 30c.  4 Pounds S1.00.  Add 5c. pi-r pound if  wanted by wail.  SOLD BY LEADING'MERCHANTS'IN SEALED PACKAGES-NEVER IN BULK.  or direct u/M   DPWWJP  T^rnn+rk   Adelaide and  from rv IvL tvsLlilMC, 1 OrOrtiO. jarvis sts.  ^BSi^SSSSS^5B53SP^^gSgf]��^^^SS53G^Sg��3fe!eri  GOOD  THING  HJSii  IT  ALONG  _ ail  * -V  ���J* *���   lf>  ai/o.  a veritable case of the ' incurable ' I the paper's it's true. Nowadays it '  Bright's Disease, .neither can anyone j is' * If you see it in the papers don't ���  doubt  that the cure was  effected  by ! "    " " * '  Dodd's Kidney Pills and by no other  agency. Of course, it took time and  perseverance ; but the patient was  in the last stages of the disease before she started to use Dotki's Kidney Pills. Had she started' sooner  the work would have been easier and  the results wotild have been obtained  treme  case and   took   time."    ,  " Vou     know  of  other     cases       of  Bright's   Disease that have  been  cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills ?���  the reporter.  beiievc it.' If we could bring, the j  people here, one at a1 time and let  thorn read these letters, or bring  them face to face with the men and  women who wrote them, our struggle  would be over, for the whole world  would- admit that Dodd's Kidncy  Pills will cure Bright's Disease..  Lots Store   Ciu"<-s.  " As you can  see these are  only a  few  cures   of Bright's  Disease  picked  \ at random from the many. t There are  queried! dozens   of  others  equally  as  remarv-  iblo   and   allll carefully   investigated  nj^ijssi}\'��\    by using nothing 'but our high grade  Tijr-^?    flour,   made     bv   the  most     improved  '.^-_J^f*7;    process,   ar.d   tnaking   the   best-foods  -"^.-ii^       when     prepared     from   it  than     any  'flour on  the  market.''  OGILIYIE'S HUNGARIAN FLOUR.  is    made    from      the    very    choicest  wheat,   and   is  absolutely  pure.   Ask,  your grocer for1 it.  OGILVIE'S HUNGARIAN  is   supplied   regularly   to   the     Royal  household by  Royal   Command.  VrttTtH   ft IH** \,  The manager  walked over to a safe j :md    attested - to by reliable people.  l.JKi .'iili'  [;��nt.  mi;iters   the   ,T:ipanese  l,ie &ti'i5Cv"BUY THE GENUINE-MAN'rOBV  o  *****  1   HV       < ^      CAUJ     r<?        *     N.V.'T  ?n�� SAtE ev ALL' DRUGGISTS.'PRICE 50c.P[R COfTIL  j'V^iw^V  Wotnon  forget  a lot of  things   they  would   firgive     if    tliey    rem-  ^ euibeicd  them. '   n  P" never  ' Molasses no doubt will become a  populai health food for mankind  When noises get tired of it.  A   woman   asks   a'man's'.advice so  that   latei ' on   she can   tell  him  how  1 little  ne knew.  Foi tune scorns to delight at knocking at the average man's door when  he is abaont.  A   ,I:i|-.s.  In hy^u'.i  have everyv, hi-iv a habit which amy  have n h'-soi: for us. In I heir ni.uhily  bath and morning wash the water is  never coin, nc-wr ".vnnn. b;M always as  hot as it '-.va be borne. To foreigners  ;1ik haliil ^e.'in^ very surprising, but  the most iii\eJer:i!e Eiis;iihhm:iii. if he  -days in th" country Ion:,' enough, abandons his inld lub i'i its f.'-.voi-.  The ohi iakip", which, il is suspected, must follow it is not .round to occur  if the water has been hot enough. This  heat is. maintained by ,a. little, furnace  beneath the bath.- In the bath tlie  bntlier or bathers take a prolonged  soaking, the washing proper being done  on the bathroom lioor; then follow a  second nnd final soaking, drying with  towel and a lounge in bathing wrapper.  This habit seems to promote softness  ancl suppleness of the skin and by'persons inclined to rheumatism is, soon  found to be altogether pref(!rable' to  (be cold bath in every particular. The  poorest of!the Japanese'.J.ioiir of a cold  bath .with amazement and .would be  sure the man. who used it must be a.  barbarian.  and produced a bundle of letters.  Holding them up, ho said : ���"IT.very-  one of those letters tells of a'case of  Bright's Disease cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills, and every case has been  thoroughly investigated and verified.  Let me read you a few of them.  ilol.t. llonil Cure:!.  " This one, you see, is signed,  ' Robert Bond, Mt. Brydges, Ont.'  You see what he says : ' My attending physician said I was in the last  stages of Bright's Djsease. ��� 1 commenced using Dodd's Kidney Piiis in  July, 1394, and used in all about  twenty boxes, and have used no other remedy or medicine of any kind  since, and I feel well, sleep well, and  I have a good appetite, etc'  "That "is away back in 1S9-1.  Here's another letter from the same  Robert Bond, dated May 2nd, 1902.  You see  what    he says in   it.    ' The  *ste/  '��41/  Surely you would think that as, doctors can give no hope to those  threatened witli this terrible disease,  there should be no hesitancy in giving Dodd's Kidney Pills a trial. And if  Dodd's Kidney Pills can cure Bright's  Disease, the most deadly form of  Kidney Disease,, how sure it is that  they (-an cure those earlier stages of  Kidney Disease, such as Diabetes,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica,  Pain in ihe Back. etc. Remember, as ' a s55�� K?*5  1 said before, Dodd's Kidney Pills are  a specialist prescription for diseases  of the kidneys, and in the twelve  years they have been before the public they have proved their1 worth  by. curing thousands of sufferers  from all forms of kidney disease.  They are' no cure-all ; but they do  cure all forms of kidney disease.  Time and the .public havo proved  that."  tfOUS KONSV  BACK 3F VOW CO WOT LIKE  �� �� ��? & h       :. -- 55 -'  �� >-;��� ?--.  S   E!  Si.     i> .-a  3  i  Lots of men who are wedded to  their art depend upon their relatives  for ?uppoi t.  ,r'��?m8��MM��'*-M''-M>^^  Commpn soaps' destroy the  clothes .and render the  hands   liable   to   eczema.  Your Cold  with the old standard,remedy that has stood the test  of 40 years experience arid  is nibre popular to-day than  ever before.  It is easier to invent a windmill  than it is to raise the wind to'make  it g-o.  REDUCES  EXPSWSft  Aali Tor the Octacon Bar m  St.   .Iscobs   Oil      is      a   physician's  formula, established lifiy years .    the  ipain   southing   \iriues   aro   so   evenly  i balanced    is   to   meet  all   cases   when-  pain   i'm'sis.   and     where  an   outw,��rd  aliplieiition   is. generally  ai>jilied.   St.  Jacobs Oil, is truly worth  its weight  in  gpid,  even  for the cure,of     nerve  ��� pains     (and.-���'���pretty     well  all  bodily  j pains proceeding from the nerves). It  j illustrates  how   wonderfully.' the     es-  Isential  elements  are  combined :     its  marvellous penetrating' power-enables-  it. to seek out the painful spot in the  sciatic    'nerve,, deeply .'embedded;     as  ���well, as the face and brain nerves.  It  cures '.'neuralgia gently     and; surely,  and after  the application,  if the nose  of.   the     bottle   is  held     to   patients'  nostrils for,  say,   ten  minutes,    they  will     fall     into     a restful;     peaceful',  sleep. ��� There  is  no  other  remedy    in  the  world that, will  do so-much,  and  do' it so. quietly and .effectively as'Rt.  j Jacobs     Oil.    Every     family    should  have a bottle  handy  'ny  them   in   the  house;    It. acts like magic,, it always  conquers   pain. .  3   ~) ^^-  a!  1. :i u ^"n. c^a i: V 3 i.     i> ,-a        H-i'.i c  S v^  Mrs. Neiglibours���" I advertised for  a plain cook last week, but I didn't  receive a single reply."  Mrs. Nextdoor���" Take my advice  and advertise for a good-looking  kitchen lady, and you'll be overrun  with  applications."  least  All   dogs     are.  lap-dogs���at  they drink thnt way.  Minard's Liniment for sale eyervwta.  Schoolmaeter:���" What is a. widow-  er?"f  Pupil���'- A widdercr is a man wot  ain't  got   a  widder."  Schoolmaster���" Oh ! indeed���then  what  is  a  widow ? "  Pupil���" A widder is a woman wot  wants a  widdercr/'  THE HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  Akf��-OV��V  SS.C2-,  T.:'Hi'.ISiETOAl.FS-, &- .�������  ��3rain onr' fioimjTosslo*: fllerohanta.    ,  . T-Ti.irh'ent   prices   paid   for    whoat,     os.ta,  b&rlev, or. ifrvx -In . ccrlota Wire or writ*  oit? lor 'prices- liefor* *��<Uiria:. Libera.!  rsdvar.ces aaiio on e(>;ni^iunentt nn4  t'.AP.dleil tin Jon-.inlsslon.: LIconBed : uarf  f-.on.Ied.   ',  ��� ���'      '   '      ���    |.  r.  O.  Box.   650.  Winnipcr, kaa.  Tkos��   niir��.d��louj��   opriDgii,  illriistsr to  * inlnd  diseasod,  1'luck trom ta�� niociory & rooted sorro1*?-;  R��.za     out:��� the     writtan.   trneblss   ot   tbs  brain'. ���. j  _*-���'��� .�������������� ��� ������^-���rr������:���: :   And   -with  sweot  oblivions antidot��g 'itff.TRS   ����?��� <?%F"-?5SS    KT3   ^f���' E>'*affS���2  OUanso   the  'stuffed   bosom   of   tfeow.   pw 11%TgL^SSSlS^: S��   .fr* 8-T . P��.B3S  ���iloUS'   BtUtTS j''-     /  Z.'~\���..' -����_  Which   welph   hoovLly  -apojn   R'idnoy,   iiv^   '     !      SVIKh VilVl YQ'tlii rfOUSS OF  a>d   atomBcK. ���������',.    ��� h"LittS>-Hi A F.S.YJ KOUKS. : .  '  There(or��,   all  ye  who  ouCer���Glv��  v��>#*'|~  "th��    Aoga;   hftv*    ��o��# .��t- It.   *�������* I  elo  to  coma and  bo cured   s.t  Tfee Ealcyoa Sot Springs Ssaitatiss, E.C  TKHMS���$1JV  te   $18  per   we��k.'    '  eszss  It .'was so cold in Chicago recently  that a pickpocket who happened to  touch a .->1i> gold piece immediately  froze to ��� it. ;     '   ���  Minard's Lim'siefit Relieves Neuralgia.  An eccentric man is one who praises his neighbors���-1 >iit. he is never  considered so by thr. aforesaid neigh-'  bore.  The .ni;ui who most, frequently begs,  pardon tares tlie least whether he  gets it.   ��� ������'.'. \   ,i.       ;,-������'   ;  Miaard's Liniment Cures Dandruff."  i.\ a .munis sure t.i  time.  has no sense of humor ho,  get. funny- at   the     wrong  flirt  is   the  name  of  a  New     York  dentist���ami. of course  he  does. :  When   money   talks   even   a   woman  will pntiHo to listen.  W.  r-J.'��J.  No. -&S��l. I.  /P^^^^fe-^^ (^  7*.,--.*.-..**.,��-,._--.  O  ^Si!^^S3S5S^SSSSSSSS^S^S:S^ia*��aK!ir'^-  "There is a time in the aiT.urs of men   which  taken   at   the   Pood,   lcula   on lo'for.Vijo/'  TUKCAV, / i H-L jI. 2CCi.  i no   ,."1.     truster    ijour.'-j  n i^li in ' v iikfi.-'e tomorrj1,.  -.viil htj a. tid'Hliiia-io from tho Ymir di  trict.  This habit of tippling   must   be   dis  Suffered for Two Loag Years  Eefe-re she -Obtained  Any RoiJei ���  .   Aio3,g th& co-. of ooutii-^ Aiaaka!Aladnn3�� ^��&*erf of. Montreal,  : dwell some verj .ju,c.".v- ^b-7rigir.c-.-:v as ���'  i yv>'d f;-^kerfi I'.-^kir./j r~ the Klondike'  ; region  vvj)i surely dl^ov-r,    a hey do1  ���-__-_-1 the zno.s* of tJ'-i frc.'^i.rL-i.'r across t^e '  v'i'l    bo 1 ijas!St5a illtc" tbv iHtvrie-, caxryko,?" load/; }  on ifccir bac^a, but tbclr population dur- !  I injf' .cioiry contur-Ie-j has be-ni ��> Hint i  -.. ,. | away   from  oth-er  torirjes  by   fi:'o-a  In c.^r- ( I .'.'". election this year is   it ! '���'"1S'^��5  of.  enow  clad '������,���  ......,  s'a:d tr-M   K.fili.ll -ul.iint   of  CrtMuii ! xhe/ havc devtJoi>ed a peculiar culture j      OZOPS���-T&3  ft^'V?^ fip��*me  and customs oninown anywhere else. "Ju!/fi01' �������*'**  H��nce the exceptional value of a monograph about, them prepared by Dr.  Franz Boaz, a distinguished ethologist,'  whieh is to be published shortly by the  J;. cis':.i Ihc .". f". C. i7. La!i t-:erj  fi.iti'i'.I.-v e.-.'���:.." _, ..'.t t" o clock.  Yh-uinsj Lijilif:'.- :n.-. cordial,;.' i:.-  ", ile-d   {.<    i.lt^:id    ti.oa'v!   niC-Clil!;^.  ' 1  imm iy-  i r.  G4-   W  I'juj  i  .S.���:?.iT-  '. I\ .fc.'IFS'JO' ,  iStc'v.  '^So^t"i^j��:����e fleets Pawiey'8Liquified  Were Speedily Destroyed  psd She Was Better0  L G. O. F.  t*J? tl; ��  2U4 lUL cs* w 1J  5saa VlAy  (t-^.  ^'"t^'^W-v^    Wil.!oy J.u.ljca   N... w> .  Meat* every ?,fond.i.s cvenln^in   their!   {Tv5  hall   on   Victoiia  btrc^t-t.    ,Sojounim>i ,'   i*��  ifoiuitani  Odd Foliowfa cordiuily invited.  A. D. Dhujjmon:), p. D. Jior;-:,  i^Tohle Grand. Secr'y.  kin  '��^C��  Cf^uraged.     V/liy lately it is   <iuite  evi- i National museuin.  lent that even ]Mli bis boon '"taking, | jJ^n^id^iJ^^J0^ Sh<3jS Now Completely Cured an^' j Moyie Board   Of Trade j   I  . much as their customs and habits of  I f ying are based to a great extent, upoa  three j:;;:...  ~-?^^!2ft!^^^^llL!."'ra:x,"''  *51l wlevs ran deep.   2f��r.vtvUl'   fin- j ^o:,iaI, of a quI^i'^h^ouV ���ha'rart- 11  Dominion i'f:rhair.ent/V .iler.ci- < '     ' "    "  u-.id l.inj' ;<s':o  :s   bejomm.-r   jj_   irjiii. i  iiionoictin'.'is.  Mm  U is ���fo to predict that there ^I^SS^^ri  l��e boll, a smeltc-: and a ,,uln mill I Creation, fronj their ooiat c* v*4 i I  built on lloyio   !a?-c   v.'iiLn:   U.e  ;joji| I-^F^d by strons-o .mooters anil do-i  i J-ifUvs, which, whHe li'.Lrallv hostile 'o  j in-m, ni'ay bo rendered iricrM'.vacd e\ r-j. |  j ueli'fui   wcli thp'.-iidrtf certain ��-ro-|(r����  POWLEtt,  ljql'jfjed  QZONS  CURES  Pronounces Ozone a Truly  Marvelous   Remedy,  Meets on thoiirut YVednc-aduy  eve'ning of oach    niontli ut  ,!.., j    ^or example the most important of if  fJij | runsp Jaoaarun, Is a serpent which-Lit,*!  ���"   a Ji^ad at each er^d of its body���and ai'  human head in the middle.   To tou��-h I  Tlie fctor.jjy tee; Co t rod ic led at   the,  I ��.'/ii��y of  .'nM'iuci,-,!   le^ifj.-inrc  tlof/hiraTi^f monster iiieso natives bn-  hovt  is death, u}l the joints of the, vie-j  lira brooming dislocated, but special'y '  .    ,.         tavoiod iudiviuual& aie enabled to mi- J  ,      '                   i-'i'.tic..'    form  wonderful   f(.at-5" by   wearijii- a  ^n,   are    that   tbe   so^i-ai    will   &. \ belt of its skin, while its V^nsed^ ;  ���lu-ough witiiont a rupturt. ' " *"         "   ' '  S o'clock sharp   in the court  house.  Tami:.s Crosi.v, 7-fon. Pros  >&&&=-��&-,    tfi-..���)<-; from   br.'ni- j L ��� L ���  ���/,-'��K��V0-V>  .."..._.     . ,'l.,      ,!../' -i,,     ...1, ,-,,',.    T  I rojoico to bo  ablfcrio era to tJiat  a ft or   two   lor.y  &  Sheuafofitbuy oftho   eo-'nion, and   yQU    will   doullo voi ,  money m ihrco monlhs.    The company   h.-i.-j.   jo   c].un)",  which surround the St. Kii^ne   hiine-lfhe   i.Ugt3jt ^j,.!"^'  Jcad mine on Cjo American coutiucnt. "'        '''  kivc not n:aU-r;(-li/ed. ami  tne   indie  IB  --_���! |-treason 'Stock Is low Selliii? 3  Sec'v.,1   p,); "i<*i   a , *''ji';r ���,  j)  iii'OthorinK  s- n' a- j"���tti ^ ��y    ,   <^      ���"-ikUcii. U��r,<    ,tZ  tion. i   have  bcui / ��� I    a.^1  DESTROVhS'G  DISffASi:   '  0ER,V,5  WHEREVER  LOCATED  j-< ,'Jn'.!,-, in which i j  was th'e victim of  VicR-J'res.  tion. i   havo   be^n ;  Liimplolt'l}" cured j'  . by Pow ley's Lieu- !  ��   :ii'.-d fJzo! o. ,   i  {      1   consider  it   8,  ti truly      i-iarvc-loiio  l'OKT STHiil.K, B. c  Itcrvey, ntcCartar ffi I'iuUlian:.  KEVKLSTOKr, B. C,  ^  For Particultir.-s ajiply lo '.  The Nelson Tribune plu'cec a rather  low tbtimato on the value of \V. L.  ��� iMackcnzie Xiag, "(he deputy labor  commissioner who was m Fernie a  "hr-.rl time ago trying to patch un tlu;  ibfltjruncod between the minc-rd and  the coal company.    Il   savs that -'Mi  .FABRELL &. SffYTfl  4  carries a basket, into ivhich aho put* I  ennaron whom .she steals for tlie pin-- J  pose of eating, " *    I  One of the most remarkable of the '  ���r.orfc ol dinner to which be. was aecus-  I  touned rnigh't bo- apt to d'^acree with   !  KAKItlSTJEl;,  SOUOITOI:, KXC.  ICRii:BROOK,      ��� "   B. 0  BOX lib.  k) * '"��� MOVJE. ii. r  l.ould Inive in eeltnn- a dug fight.   To |couldn't be toxic.    That,,tyrant, if he  )he western mind he   steins an   much  ,:'">vi til0scitIltl-fic joiiTrnals, wonldknow  out of place in his present billet as tbc-  provurbinl    Lull   in    the   china   chop.  'Neither employers nor  employees   rc-  g-trd bi.r. y.-ry   tenousiy.    Resided   he  i i-  J  i  butter to-day, ajid, even if his hw.��..  Performed their oi!lo3 in his presence,  would be caretal to- wash tho .ntwin kl egg before he ecoked it. For no��v-  wlnys we h.ive iuycciium aud the fatal  spore. "When, but yesterday, a hundred  pggs were "set," with experienced hens  ,, .   , --   ---   to slt uPon thx.m, who never neerleotpd  i  ivpartmoiu    01   labor,   as   tho   latter | <-^ir duty for a momeiit, tbe i��ulfwas  would wish to avoid.    In other   words, i';' ,hare score of chicks.    On each m> i  is about -a inJict-rect, in regard to, hit  uwn importune: and'also  that  of   tbe  \'.\,'v.'''.-..  Vi sV. ��� < ,-' ��� -.re-'      - ?i-  IDS. 'F. B..KIJNTG-.  X^JS^T^X'^-g!?,,  Cranbrook  ir\'\'\  y. )i ������ b /  \; \��V ','V v//  \  MADAME GATJTniEU.  Tho   followini-'   j:;v>   br.ef    px-.rnfts  George H. ThomiDson,  Drug and Stationery  Store.'  B^rlstkr. Solicitor;" No jPfOfS,   UlCfiiIC2lS  j   ....   -��"^  . i **^      ' i  tary PriiLic, &c.  bolicilor for tlio Imporial  ffice  foilet Articles  tationery  Supplies.  ^ '.  r (':i-*Ss  ,'rher, ir. chov/ed that there- was ir-vceli-  ; 'im in tie. straw of tbe ncst.s thai ��:e  ' io:irl:s t,J -'l^3 >ji  r , ,   , , i-��tran,v had got a liitle damp, nnd Ah--i  I have   used   Ch.unborbi.i'b   Co-iah.-the hon had failed io liaten the e��� U��   q  Remedy   for   a   nuraboi of years  and ��� ^^^ she had hatched th, F?ore? fefc , "T?n^?����-*^ ?��*"S0' fav,-l^^^^ ^  V^  have   no    lu'sitancy    in    savin P   that ' Th^ore ^-�� hatch just a* well in the  i ribly from W^h^\t i^'^V^ '  Lager leer Pnrtor ^^^ ����  b  5  rorferaod 6on!ed  fPl  '&N-^  - >: >=  ,v. * ' ,'f ?.g  ' U V.T, -  --3   &  .^ 1   ^-Ol /��^   -.-V   VJ'-  ��"   n ii    <i  . <>,, :>  f v.   ^ t.  F J_  :YI'' ';,*'"   t> >  / ;j  ! Why.   iiie   Ilo>-��    Aro    K'..-t   Golitff   to  /. toxica.  , _ A. story was tola1 on the dock rcc-ent-  ; <y in B.-attle of three y-u'ig men who  i were cured oC the Ahisk.iu fever in a  i'.ei-y prar-tic.'] r-aiini r, ��;",)-k the Po%t-  ���IntLlli.'   ���,  jr.      1 i���.y    jr:,j'   Co:.elui'cd  1ha'   the;.  had pur--!.������:.-'.<! i hic .. berth.'..  r-u   '.���-,-,   . '  ..',;,' Ti,��� r,f,(1^ a(i  ���   '    .   ."    .  'i-S^-l;'..'!.^'  -. i'��r  p, , i ���  !(,'. |  'wan'  t.       J.  11 -it  C''  IM'',  ���iltl  'i. j'.vlll, .',1,1,1  0Jjr'-;i    <; ,wl I  '10  and.   Co i-:t   p,  n ik a/.(���!. >���  i I "-���;  ' ;';��� ;- .*. ,. 'I.- Jow  ' - ' <���'" ���''��� '���' ..' ']���]',.: ;o  ���,' on );,,. YmIk, !r    ;;fJ,v.  ' ;>'   '���      "������ ���"    ���   ,-   ���'-,;," i ,  y ...  .,',n.'.j    1,,-tt,.    ;:.it.f.  ' ' '     V.j ,  i,_,iy j.Cjt lik- if      ^v-  ',   J,1''   N.'l'.Ilt   to   (���',!,.(. bciclc. '   '  ".'.���'-  to lie pretu- com! ' ��n ������  i'!i.  .-.: v ,--.  ^-r  ���  >- in.''   -   a.  h t   ;-L   ,.,.  ; th.-ir ( .��� -,  ' i>i.' e c-"p���  j a/id 'Lc. \  I To ni'j-I.t   '"  i I j1"1'/' a '-^l-"1 '-1 n y ho i3o ih.it 1 ii-mi ;n  | Al..-,!:,'.    Y, ,.   I,,;,.,  t.,]:.,   tjjf,  |tu!/ fjUt  . | o.i {ji.e.-r.  A:p. I .1]  rLCi ^.-<��n in it to-  > ni.'rl.t.  ; "It :���, r,rp, t( ,1 o'clock. L'on'b cat  ' nnyl.iiiiK nr.itl i.b.out ei^iit o'clock thi-  fevering. 'j'h-n t.uiJci a firu in jour  '(���!.', r-nok snr.c b"ans  nnd bncop., f:x  .  '     ,    '.vJil.lt.'.,.  ".)   "U l.VD'  *'.'��V     -<������ w-^��  IIEAl-Jf.MJARTERS   POR a6w:KFQrn  -��� 'C ?'v > ��;. j ( ���, j.  .^^t^  C.  Svi^'tf.j;,,  >-!i;,'l I'.1'.',       ���  ..' I'  m!  i  r '-  Li.tlie.  111^' i>.  ,  .1  ,   J  -ii!,  '.y- < 11 L  "   ' '3  ,1  fi 2 ,        ������ f :-,'  Itf'J        "J   '.  :!������)��"  Ki-PIprfo!'  ^OiitOdlail, I  AEROW   LAKE,  B.   GJ  ( ���  0. i". 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