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The Moyie Leader Jun 6, 1903

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 ifil&��  35<2._  1-1    .-  *J^'^*-nf  A.  ��   II  <���<��* _-.<r��-- -'^*i--^r   V "-"--we-5.  (/ '     ..  i i  MOTHS, B? CL JUNK (3. 1903.  SB A YEA Is  AIV  *T?***3  "ir��J*-'  nrrom i  "''���'A  y,\*  m  m  (^l  ���#1  'fl H g^ <fB  ^    S-B 1*5 Bfi Al 15 IH   Pernio.  LOCAL, r-JEVV��,  Mrs. P. J. .YJeMahon   ic iiornc   iioi'.i  liebt. 'Campbell    ..'ire Iii   Oraubrok  "fe. S*5 wi'   <**   ��s  METAL   MARKET/  _N_���_.���.���   York���Ear silver, *52;f cents  Lead, $4.37].   Copper, SI-/?.1?.    Zinc,  V   (speller. $5.7;").       ' " '        ,     '  Lo;;nox���E.o..id, ��11 i.-_ ,<-d.  j Thu.-pday,  "fas Lakes and Riversj ��� M> "Vf �� i3 i��7rcr��-la ��r-  Overflow..  ^  *  S  $  ES9  )1!  - <���>  i.  Iain a s-Ucsmnp." - rc.preBC.nt il.  CAMPBELL & CIO. of,Moyio.' 1'To  floitbt you have a goad ru.i-.ij 3iftht  weight, cnlecriien iryin-.. to i--c.ll, you  f'oodi-, but pom?;-.** light wpiuht as ,*  am; never! helo-.f_ I have braim*,  t - '  ;-     I must talk,' you mus-l'li-tcn tu mo,  you cannot uhut me up or   throw  me  <oni.   'iLolilon!    Not  unlil  you, look  mo over, au j'm   not   going   back   to  II. Campbell it Co/h, si orb  any nmro ; ,  in fucti ju.it lt-ft tben-A   P,ut .-peaking  in all fairness about ibe house my ad  vice to'you is (6 scare up  a fair  pi-mi-  nnJtr ;iud go   direct   or   b��-:k1' to   T-t."  Campbell Se. Co.'s at once, "ft will   b'a  filled accurately and delivered   promptly ; in fact you will be fctirpri.sed what  sterling'" quality,   and ,,"_.t   what   low  prices you have purchased.  ' Confidently, I "just repeat tlie sanio  exact wordings wherever I go; and  do you know that I'm gelling lots of  business.' ThV.'a why they .call me  the truthful little salesman. Thank?,  I don't drink,    pood day.     ,'    ,  TRACK il BB11 OUT  P. T\ .Smyth   i.s   now   employed  the ofilce of ti.o Fernie Free'Press.  0,A.I terns of Interest Se-  A.   ���     looted  T3:e water in Moyie lake  lias , fallen j    ���*���  uearlv two feet in the past 2J hours.' " I  J. J. Murphy iu moving hit.   !;too!  good.; from Frauk to Mcr-i.^cy Minos.  .'I. j     IMrs. Eopcr i_; dovrn from   iCiniberley���  Train.Soi-vicp way feeatiyjy^;:"^^*?*^^, "u��.*\ :H��ews,Selected from Many  Delayed, and the Sawmills Suiiered from  tht  ! McMiihtin.  I   '  ;     ?*.Ir_i. l-J;trpor i. ;.ti'tl in the Cranbrook ;  j ho&plta!    and    .;aa   very' lov;   at las! |  icconnte.  i.o Floods,  Mr. Ilroadfoot rviil leave-' nc-.-:t O.fon-  -.   ' I day for Vancouver !o r.ttcr.d tho Fres-  The water in *tbe   l-.ikc_-, riyc-nj   and.j bytuiian eonverition.�� .. "     ', ]  Ptreams in East Kootenay it, higher by j  Sources and   Compiled  with Pen... Scissors ,.'  aud P��a3t.e.  GTOCK 9.UOT.VTI01,*?.  i     K'-trnished ,hy   IJei-lo,' Hutchison'<!.  , El.vell, broker.-;, Movie. B". C,   "'   ��� ���'    '  - Asked. Bid.  [Crow's ^re?t Coal ��400.00 if.'h'-O.OO*  ' St. EnacneA,   j North Star   i Sullivan ."....'  i Can. Gold Fieidd.   .  j Goleonua. ... A   VA-ir Eagie   Aiyno '   | American Hoy ���...'..  Alberta Ciial Co   E��3t O. N. flufti. .   .  St, Tinge ne Mountain  Can. Oil& Coal Ltd.  ! i  ���11)  ���J 3  13  12  o  4  ���H  ��� 21  IU-  U  I?, '  11  15  0  5  \l.5Q     lo  ���  10  ���  3. no  ���  vtjixptax *^r**i*ct����w*aMrr_j��r 9*x.M*m  ,..,r i t.ft   ,i:     yr       .,        .-      ..    I     i^',3 Katie OTcOurko.cair.o up   from! nssr"i'  evenu Sect  thivs   yeur   inan   lor   the   ,.    ,        , -,        ,   *    ,   .       . A.    ���       i  ,, ,,     .     , bpo_;anc lr.st week and   ig   visiting  at-  Lt '������lovif1 'he  w'tPr' , '  .       ... .    ,      ",.   *     ,'   "     "."  i ti-.e Crotsin'ri'aidunoocn Cronin bi:l.      j tlio    btiildin  was up to v. 11 Inn two ieet  or   the net-: ' '" " ' ir    _ -    -  t-    .r-i  ,-.   ���   -     -    ,  ���' ,1 lvcotenay      rai.way  rraokGiiinaoMis doins assessment1      ' ,J  The lJi!!i_>i>_on_I iU-.ftir_cr.  .     A. 'ij. Druipmond, v/iio has served a,--  ~ " "  " {constable ,in Lluyie   for  tbe  pa'ol two  /vp,, ;    ,-.:.���,..     ,. ��t      ! and a iuilf vears, v.'as tendered a timok-  Uil nas ocen   cJisoovered   near  Alor-A ' -        ,  er by hid,friends at the Hotel Kootenuy  lutct :iiue yc*ar_i.  rait-k Gnindon is doing  ver,   the .track   v,-y3    under; ,;vor'- on ^" Lo.herty mineral claim on'  ' lhe ".vest .-itlo of the lake.  />  John Bluekburn came down from  ,the _Norlh ��tar at Kiinberley this  week and returned yesterday. He expects to move his family up there this  summer.   ,   , ' ' ,        -  on the railroad,'flud at Tochfy, on the!  j Moyie   --"������-    "--   1-:*-1-   -���"      '   '     *  ������? I water for three  mileu.   ��� ��� ,  '���** A bridge was washed out at IvTicIiol  and another at Hirdar, and for three  days there v,*ere r.o 'passenger trains or  mail either way over ths Crow's Nest  line..  ' '     '     '  Tlie sa.vinill of "the Ea.-t Kootenay  Lumber Co. at Meadow Creek was  partly under tvatsr   for   -.-evi-hil  days,  ^^.^^^-j_5i_ig;-^i��-^:-^^.'-^-^^   5^^-'  "5*? ^=S*-**=:.��� *'^,>'����.���'  . Ss  and it 'beeump 'necessary to cut the  boom and let a portion of the Jogs go  ui order to save the mill.  The sawmill at V/ardner also sustained a heavv loss bv tbe'high water  taking a .lot of their logs clown the  Kooten.c.y.,   ,  -"firi. XJrisn-Ie'o.i ".'civet.'  The Movie   Fire   J3ri_:adev   held   its  V/hei: you have any assaying to be  done'send it to A. L. McKillop, Uelson.  Mr. McKillop's work is��hvays reliable  and all phWod m his hands will be  given careful attention'1.        '-  Geo. lloggartb,, of Elko and Miss  _NTei)ic Wellman, of Cranbrook  were married this week, and they are  on' their way to Spokane and Seattle  on thoir wedding tour.  All doubt set-ms to be removed,ac to  of tlio Spokane and  this ��� suii-mer.  From Spokane the new line will about  parallel the Northern Pacific to Sand-  point, Idaho., from Sandpoi.it -it tvjH  run about-parallel to the Great Northern to near B&hn&rs -Ferry. It will  cross Kootenay river about three miles  east of Bounere Ferry and then strike  the Moyie river, whicli it will follow  north to tho international boundary.  Then itAvill join tho Canadian, pacific  at Yahk.  _tjt.'.y_e Zia&eliuU Club.  The Moyie juvenile baseball club  has perfected its organization." Master G-oklie .Webster is captain of the  team, and p. J. McMahon has consented to'act aa treasurer and- man-  i nger.    Mr.    Mo_>rahon     donated'    thc  t-'AtoTAW'/M *^AM^     ���   OP    'TftMMPIJrP   rC2"lnr    inonth1"/  "iPeting    Thursday   oMhe Oraubrcoh Herald. ll..E.Beat,tu-,  WA'HAi^iAr*? Piil*.fi US- ^ijiflliliu/EKvl. joveuirig,   and   considerable    business"  -"ith whom it pays'to deal, am] IIt;tch.,  *e_*"S  K_!?3-  Paid Up Capital   $8,000,000.  Keser^e, ,    -r    a       2^00,000.  Dc-podta Keccivod.    Fresent'Ratc of Interest. 3 per cent.  SKSrooOK BBM.CH. IE.B.IHLPK. HIGH  A^.���*!^^_-_.f____SA_-  m  F. E. Simpson, the strenuous   editor ' on!lit to the boys,    consiDtir^;   of  two  j bats, three Spauld.ng bhlls, one   mask,  lone   catcher's   mask,   one   first base  evening   attending    the    Drummond  j wap transacted.  j The.$r7.50 which was raised at- the  firemen's dance *.vaa 'turned into the  treasury,'and a   vote   of   thanks   was,' smoker  tendered those who assisted in arrang- j     A. E. Marshall had   a severe   attack  ing for tho aftair. j'of quinsy  this   week,,   and  ho   is   yet  A committee was  appointed   to   f-e- j uncertain ns; to whet her or not he   will  v/cv \ cure a good, -.trcng ladder fo*: thc   b:i- j bo able lo preach tomorrow.   However,  the man whOoC name is a synonym for i gicve and one' pitcher's mit.,    The- boys  insurance,   were   in    Moyie   Monday   have collected jj"9.2����   by   subscription..  gade.  i bo wishes to meet  the   people  at..-ll)G  'CAPITAL, (.Authorized) , . . .ni4-.000.000  . CAPITAL, (Paid  Up) '��� ��� .*2,92d,8{-0     ������  REST ' #2,4bJ;.S.��{.  SAD OFFICE. TORONTO, . ONTARIO.  tltR, MERRITT, Pros.    D. R. WILKIE, Vieo-Pre.-* and   Oen. Man,  |l HAY, Awistint fieu. Manager.    W. MOFFAT, Chief Inepectc:.  feS^K1       ��� |3 AlUU.IV   ��J_tl_ft_l*�� *v Ai    1!0ba (rans.iclcil.  f^&PRYJK(J!ri l^EAirrMENT���Interest allowed o'n deposits.  h*|^^tta"ls.-,'-,l,-i,av:'il.-.blein all   parts   of   Canada,   United.  States  uisil  i^^lirope.    Special attention given to collections.  1��M '    F. H, [\1ARSH. Manaacr  ^ i     The annual election of  ofllcers   was ; cbnrch tomorrow evening.  ���-'! bc-Ul, and all of the old officers weie' re  i    jj I elected.    They' are : C. A. Foote, chief * i M,i>'ic'5 Xew Co^-^c  "i ,'P. F:  Johnston,  iie'sistflnt chir-f; p. T  *  which will be used for the  purchase of  additional paraphernalia. -  The boys are busily engaged practicing, and before the summer is over  they will probably go up against the  Cranbrook, Makusp, Puytilhjp, Poca-  tello and 'Frisco teams.  j rolitical Situctloiii  j    It has been difficult to  get  puiiu'oal  P. G, Routh, who snecoods   A.  P. | news from the coast this week.    Rich-  urer.  Smyth  secreh.ry; J. P. Fiirrell,  traits- i ^1'umn-0111'' a3 constable at Ibis  place, lard  McBride  has  been appointed to  : arrived liere this week   find  immeuia- \ succeed Col, Pr5ort.as premier.  m1.r_ioho"we��idi��K.    " hejj'entered   upon   the_ duties   of  his j     MvEAde will r.npeal to the   country  Mr. Wm. Ilirtl iind Miss   Ivt-ho  were  _tt-.-x��/ i��'..  A-i^Or v^.-v.v.,-'.-.--*'^-' _rfz_sftr ste-& .-.���/-i^ WiV-_v.��-.v.-?__rf---J  -W-r*1? .wuw V.-2.  marrii-d at ill.'   Catholic   church   last  .Sunday morning by tiie    !!ey.  Fa rher  Coccolo.    They will make their   home j  in Moyio.    The    Loader   extends   con- j  gratnlatioiiS.  ������ - :_-_Btw_-?��g<aasnna\*i M  office.    He will move bis  family   here | on a strrtight C.*mservativ3 (icket.  from Fernie within a short lime. {     Dissolution- w-:li   lake cplnt-u  today.  Mr. Rouih has served ir_ (he   North j Eloction ,vill con?e 01y in lhe r,..st  p.."..t  west Montit'.-d  police,    and   has   i ivioe I 0f Sonton-ibor.  .-.-ecu active   tuivice   in   Soulh  Africy. |   Joe Martin has re-signed li-adorsiiip of  Monday evening.    Covers were spread'"  for  twentj'/and   the    long   tfible  was  well supplied' with" edibleo aiid delicti��� "  sieu oi the season.  A. P. Macdonald officiated as chairman and Ilobt. Campbell qa vice-  chairman. Tbe toast list was made  up as'follows:  How we got here���Messrs. Simpson.  Hutch' and Beattie.  'The guest���13. J. Elmer, P. D. Hope.  ���The lumber industry���H, Cameron.,  Comer Jones. '  Mining, what it !_; and what it ���will  be���John Hutchison, O. J. Johnson; ���'   ��  The district���R.E. Beattio. '  The press���F. J. Smyth.   "'  Our comrp'ercial interests���J. H.  H.tvrke, Ii. Campbell, A. P. Macdonald.  Our manufacturing enterprises-  Joseph JNioderstadfc.  Tiie ladies���J. S. MacEacbern anc  Gopier Jones.  Mine host���P. J. McMahon,  'Besides the" toasts there were s'omt  songs snug and some stoiics told, and  in all the eveuiiig was very enjoyably  spent. '^ ,    '  The florse  tvas Alive.  One of the most remarkable cases of  *- ' ���'  etptine fasting on record has been'produced by tbe recent disaster at Frank.-  A horse that had gone without tood o:  water for exactly 31 days was found jn  the mine alive, but in well meant endeavors to save him he was given too  much to eat and died in a  few hours.  Jt had been supposed tliat all lhe  horses in tho miue periahtd soih. ailor  the slide, but it now seems the ani;  tnals probably died from starvation.  Mine cars made of heavy timber had  been gnawed until there were great  holes in the sides.  ; whore he received recognition for  I tin'uished conduct in the fit_ld.  c'*is-1 Liberal party.    '  Great   .-xe.tcmc-iit   prevails  a t  Vi_  ORANBRDOK  ITEMS:  mmimii  ���jpTvoz t-aryjrrj��__-i__: viawsiiu.' si'aiaar^e^g='m"'.J��X��T-< �����-*���"  ���-     .   _       ...���._*_* *���,.**���J���*���  ** ���  jaA y;.A \li$ A  i_.        i?  f^OA/SQi  ':��"e ';��lh-"  "is^i ^ \J?*jti>J> > peneuca does moi  KutV.niir "Liltf JS.-ipprieucc.  '���'One l_ui.il   learned   by actual   ex-  re good  tiiati  ten c-x~  toria and Vancouver.  ! [loncncc**   one   hea:s   about,"    Tell  ^ .*.f  l&L Oil'b  iS5^B>^y"^-:-:i<tniuvca  \ ^<>i .\\s^U..^ .  1~\\ )y) r.V .t >i-i -v *���;  *>'C COllSUli  MOVIE.  _��� 1- ^�� ^-*-  "Wi<_S**t-St M-MKyrTJiTDlt �����.  XEL^ON,  1 %  * ^rrtvHow r��-i* -g** wrtww**  IJ. 0  r-)K^e-n��n ���wrw.wrsnat*''  ^i^fliST{'u want a:  nythins,  styiisli and neat go to  B__3  :u,;n thai Cu.iinbei-hiiiv'e Colic, i_.i_olfir.i  arid J.'i.irrhoea Itomcdy will cure ..hoi-  will iiioai likely  t nd of the da\\  ]yl him have a --evcro afi'i*!: oi tji.-u  that    liei**    about     ���>  I cvi i.:o: Im.*, ;-nd lie  j for-," I A i'i fore  !l.<-  An .-.{jifrtiV-itlHS Con^l*  Cvrc-'l.  A customer of ours who had been  sP.ihAring from a -severe cough for six  months, bought two hollies of   Ciiam-  Cranbrook Herald:  Tlie license commission will tyies-.  ���a Cranbrook on Monday, June 15th,  ro pass upon a large number of, ap~  plications.  Dr. J. JL King and Dr.' LA \V. Qraei}'  formed   a   partner.hip   for   tl'p:  bc'rlain's Cough Romctly ironi   _;:_   ami ; niwe  iv.ic t-nt-rely ^med by.f.uc *.i id ���* half ! prccticc .of medicine. ';'li;s makec ;;'  j li'iliiu-a fi* u. it gives perfect .-alii- j strong combination, as both oi tha  j i'ation .villi c-i.r iiMdf.%--H,i.vues Parker j gentlemen     are   well    aud    f.ivGi'rhiy  y--*-*-*  - ������      ������- *-lip:1^- Co., Lineville. Aia.    For j-.de by  all ! huu'.-.n and 6tau.l   high   in   their  p?0r*  '���u-c -.ni.-; it niotly, nnd    icam   fj.nri   iii.-:,' j)ni:-"i.-{.s. ��� ' ' U'i���vou.  J ovv ��� <-.>.} I'l-'er.'.'e hnw   pii_!__y   it -given J ^.  i i  .!w.!>',  irai��*r*_.Tj3,ni_ix��30-jcr��3��-i^j''i. ��-*^itt>*\-^i��^--rvatwg'j*.prr.g.,*<Ma  ! relief,  m<  will re member it all   hi.  "-.N  ; ii:\.    For suli:- bv nil drugei-.tf.  to v.'._o.\i  ��T )l.l v ck-.m iii;\.  h. '''������*',' Si iSHiS }<,    \'i    ,  UOe  &1  1.1  r-.  r-.-4 .-V    1 V��  i. you mil 'I-  "iI -J.> :-   dull i.  ���v*'i   ui'.   fait  1    :ihi*.i..-  jo l>.   J  A'iK-r.     lie li is I,'Is    for   .-'.ile    in   all  Ou v  li.i.-.iiH  li.'W.  "*?"�� .?;" ��  TS  &  feMitiie leading- Ladies and.Gents furttisliers. -  'GMtral He  C'OKHA.tj'X.-N-Isn Blips,    l'r<-'*L>��.  t/.i��'  \jx  Boots asid Shoes,  flats and Gaps,.  Glassware,!  I'.-ils of town.   Also *uores, houses and  .-tal'lc-j for lent.  fji h-~  1 ( liiin-li Sorvici-j.  i I'r.ni-r.YTKiaAX���Sunday school at ;l  ; p.. m, Service in llu; iiail at 7 :.'!(J p. up  'Subject: "\\'liat I have wiilteii, 1  : have wiitten."  All arc cordially   itivif-d   ro   attend  1 :he.e' sorvico-s.  ! T. A. ;'. IPO AD FOOT,  Pastor.  AVA. k5 �� ��� ���  KiM-frwwm**** ww**��a_r��r>--_iii_Wii,wi-,>wi'*��  P.-  Groceries; Etc,  Larj;o sample ibotii in]'* connection  with house for commercial men.^ Best'  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Commenoiar and Mining Men.  Stocks bought,and  sold ou margin'.by  '8"  '&<  Hutchison  Why you should buy  fair' pmy chiwihs  TOBACCO, :  A  & Elwell _  Il;'H.I  Olllco  ClIAMiliOOlt  ! J.i.��_;'-(yl  I fliaefcacnern...  fVl-vQUEEKT  A-VKNUB,  HOY IE,  1). C.  fis'J  lacclona  Send Your AVatch  Repairing to  ',    W. F. TATE, '  CRANBROOK, B. C  Mrs.'W. A. 3?rest��  J'boiogrnphor,  Cr.mbrouk      Moyio,    .ifort Steele.  i>.E0Al'SE it. is (lie'.liKSTcpiality. .  |: BECAUSE : it   is   the yi^ST  uvs'nxa ���  !       ,':���:. chew.A'' : ."��� '  j BECAUSE it   is,, the   t-AuoiiST" high  ���-���'.{ grade 10 or 20c plug.  ��� P*   j BECAUSE the taus Akii valuaklk for,  <t'9 j premiums until Jab. 1,1908  ! IrECAVSE wo du.vKA*STEE every' plug,  [ ' .and  i BECAUSE youi: denier, is.  authorzicd  r-**i**��t^vi�� ��_t _r  to  refund   your  money  if  vou are not satisfied.  -L-VlW F INL ����� IMWd-U'WIM'-" ���Illlli-IITIIII  Tin-: E.M[.tiiB To.ii'-tC "J.  Co-Ivro,  -a  . t  Msr&St *���_. -Jj__i*TiB5sr iJii.--.".-!!..*-''!! . .i�� ���k.T.i-'i.TJ j. ci ..-KSk.- ���irirt rv-.K^mM^^W&JSSiaEi^SSS.  ���.;���-_ . ."-.A  ,,i - j -   , ���  yy,  A  r ' ,t"  ���:i  : i  A   ;*';*=;  'A .- IA  ' i  v. i'  l"  i;  I1              *  f.v A  6'   _,:  ���' ' * i   -  ���A 1  .      '* - !  t  1'  >�� _U-M��n Vh^___S>V-_-^T-^. --rv*-^  ��� *XJUi-,1_ru:A^��>^i**r-���Ulm  ������niKSPWJvmr*  I'-Hfc*"-* JBlk.fi.��.  ���f^K-SK^^^^^-v 3- ���*-.-<>*���***������!-���*���>    t u n a t c  *7" V ****���_   _^��*5��  EQUAL  PARTNERS  -he is coiitinuaily tv.Vrred to  ^/^*^    as an actress."  By HOWARD FIELDING  Copyright. 1901, by Charles W. Hooke.    y  >-^^-*^^���-^^J-��-:-���^-^^-^^-^^-^^!-���^.^  "I -will not speak of It," said Kendall,  "aud aa to the message which I shall  take to Mr. Alden from Miss Miller,  while of course I attach no sinister  meaning to It, I shall take,pains to forget it Immediately." - 'j  "We,cannot know what it is that she  wishes him to put out of his mind," |  said   Brenda.    "Perhaps  his love  for ,  "i-hf is one," said Brenda. "and. between ourselves, I think she must tit-  exeeptionally clever. I hope* Clarence  will uot make- hor leave Uie stage yet  until she has had a career of her own���  a year or two before she effaces herself by marriage."  *"lt seems lo me," said he. "th_.t in  tryiug to be fair to this woman, iu try,-,  Ing to set .aside all prejudice'und natural resentment, you have gone to au  absurd extreme upon the other side.  You cuu never have anything in com  iron with her. There can be no question of friendly relations"���  "Hut there' can."' -replied I'renda  "Forgive me for contradicting my dear  old father, who is always so worried  about me and always so good to me. 1  shall make her my friend, if'l can. aud  you will be glad when you know her."    ���  Machine   raised   bis   hands   toward  lives.    1 want it to hlot out the- face of  every other girl that he will ever see."  "Then don't  hlot out your own  with  the   contents   ol'  a   ro*igo   pot,"    said  J-trend.i.  Hurl;  Tl:  e.V  are   en mi tig  ind iisli.-iv<J  her."  "We will take that view of It," re- ' heaven, sprinkling the floor with frag-  plied Kendall. | mt'uts of newspapers as he did -so.- It  At this moment a nurse came to take ,   ���*s ,,,s USXii)l S^uro of defeat..  Instructions abeut breakfast for Bren- !     "Alicl   n*-"v."   said   Brenda.   "to   use  da  and  the patient,  arid  she brought'' your favorite expression, Jet's get down  , ulong the corridor."  I'   She stepped to,the door  ; In Alden and Kendall.  J AldPii had the pale, set face of  Nu thau Utile going to execution. As  often happens- with a mini ��>o Ptrciui-  ously prepared, his eyes failed to locus, and he stared for a moment sit  Elsie without really seeing her. Dad  she been the wasted nnd pitiiibh*-object that his inexperience' led him to  expect he would probably have borne  the sight of her with great fortitude,  but when  her face emerged' from  the  .mists of Imperfect vision precisely  Elsie's, with every well remembered  ���Attribute of beauty, It wns tin attack  upon an unprotected spot in his .defenses, and pvery drop of blood in hia  body cried out with the voice of ono  great sob. i  "This Is what I was afraid of," unit- i  tered     Kendall.     "Confound     himl   1  word that Mr.' Maclane was la the reception room, rery anxious to see his  daughter.  to business.  Miss .Miller,  l  CHAPTER XII. ���  ,N-_RVES AN'D HEARTS,  T  slve.  ���indeed  ' _f *s3^fcHS��?_^_*^*_    W^CD k's nerves wero  wt_g �����___r-___0''  under   control,   but  that was a rare condition In his latter  days. '  Ou rhe occasion of his morning call  nt St.  Winifred's, while he waited' for  Brenda's appearance, it was to hhn as  If Lis nervous system walked the floor  unclothed in  flesh or garments.    This'  '   is the state  which 'New  England  old  ladies 'describe as "jumping out of your  skin," and the phrase flts it nicely.   Before Dr. Kendall took, him out of the  reception room to a more private place  he  was an  object of  sympathetic  interest to several poor persons waiting  there, for they supposed that he must  have some near relative at the point of  death in tbe Institution.  His pockets and his hands were full  of newspapers, and they were to a considerable  extent, accountable   for ' his  condition.    Tho marvelous dellneative  ���power of tbo modern  press had  been  exerte'd upon the mystery of Elsie Miller with a result (which the young woman   herself  had   hut  dimly   foreseen  when.she had spoken of it as so absolutely horrible as to extinguish the virtue of politeness altogether.'   The story  was told from fifty points pf view, and  ever the Btately and beautiful figure of  Brenda Maclane moved through it like  a   stage   ghost,    haying   a   carefully  wrought effect  of   intangiblencss aiid  transparency, yet steadfastly attended  by the calcium light.  No'one accused Brenda of tlie smallest wrong, ho one ventured to Identify  her with tho "mysterious woman" Eoen  by Dr. Blair, yet with great' cleverness the plot was so arranged that  Brenda's figure iii the ghostly light  stood best displayed upon the very spot  where the mysterious one seemed to  have sunk out of sight as if into a  grave.  "Brenda, my child, what shall we  do?" exclaimed Mr. Maclane, and he  extended toward his daughter two  trembling hands that were full of  newspapers.  "Bo?" said Brenda. "About whnt?"  '"The papers aro crowded with it!" he  groaned. "Look at this! Look at these  pictures.'"  ��� "JVell, 1 think this one Is rather good  of  me,"   replied   Brenda.     "I   wonder,  where they got the photograph.    Oh,  but see Mr. Alden!   They've made him  look like the pirate KidcL"  "You seem to lake no serious view of  this!" he cried.  knew he'd break down."  I am here to take care of !     He glanced uneasily at Elsie, but sho  nnd you will not ask  nie * seemed quite calm.    Sho extended  her  to desert her when you learn that Dr. j hand toward  Alden, and be kissed  It,  | Kendall says I am a wonderful nurse, j falling on his, knees beside the bed.  j By the way, you see I am In tl.-   -. ery j     "You   must'not  feel  sorry   for  me."  j best, society,   for  there - can't   b.   .my-  ; said she.-  "I am very com form ble. and  ,J thing above tlie old Philadelphia  Ken-' j I waste no time In pitying myself.   -It  . dalls.   .However, to return lo business, j ,was very kind of you to send lhe vio-  I see clearly .enough  where all  this is 'lots."     ,. , , ;  ood j     "Dear"little girl," he said, still kneel- ,  of  uie  this   morning.     I'rh.-ne  gossip i ing, "every minute of my life shall bo  It bad been so j will scarcely know  what to say for a j yours to make this right."        '     ��� j  still   was��� I day or two, but In the end. unless s.mie  thing is done to prevent it. I .shall lie-  come   Identical   with   this   mysterious  woman 'and the actual object of suspi  cion.    That, I admit, would he a mii*  fortune, for if the case remains a niys  tcry, as 1  think It may, I'shall'never  be clear'of the taint of it."  "But doesn't the girl  know  who did  DNCAN    MACLANE.  was a man whose as- !  pect should have been j tending.    The papers speak only  dignified and iinpres- j  "You are not to speak that way," replied 'Elsie, with that manner which  accompanies long considered words.  "You have your own lift, io load. Yon  must uot spoil it for me."  . Alden's face was gray with anxiety  as he looked into Elsie's.  "Don't say wo have gone hack; that  it's,all like long ago," he began.    But  cure of this audacity. Jt was not that  NeaJr- was a oapinin of police, for such  mi ofJcer may or may not amount to t*  row of pins; it was that he was .loe  Ne.ilp. the man with a "pull."' Therein  jay the terror of hif* wrath.  For as well as Elsie could be prepared   for  this interview  she  shuddered  and  trrned  pale  when  her eyes  first  rented   upon, tbe   peculiar,   grimacing  countenance of the captain, more dis-  t-vs'-ing than usual at that moment be-  eiiusp lie was trying to look beneficent.  Neale had a singular delusion that he  ' could he and seem to be all thing*"* to  all people.'although, in fact,,his voice,  liis  face and   his  manner  were  more  rigidly Pic;'pa hie of disguise than those  of  "iiy   oilier   man   between   the  two  ocean-..  He had n monkey's pride in Im-  iliitiou without a tract- of the monkey's  capacity for it, and upon this occasion  he wns engage**  in counterfeiting the  ' demeanor of' ,a   family   physician   because ha knew that Kendall did not be-  i lleve he could do it.   And il was his ex-  ; pressed  conviction  afterward  that he  li'id niacTe the doctor "feel foolish."  j "<_ood morning." said he. "Glad to  '��� see you looking so (hie. You'll be out  m t> w-*ck, and hy the tlrst of,thc month  you'll lie throwing s-'issus over the footlights ngain."  Elsie's forehead *-<_ddpP'od with  wrath, and' she opened, her mouth to  say something Hint would have shown <  more spirit than discretion; bul, catching Bri-nd.-i's eye. she suddenly closed,  lif-r lie-, lightly. ���  ���   Neele turned ��o Brenda.  "It,does my heiin good," he sold, "to  see vou hero tailing care of Uie sick���a  sot-leij lady liUe, you. ' I,call it great.  There's few tliut would do it. Now,  I'll liei ihe limit that you've been up  half the night taking care of this  poor little, girl. You need rest! 1 can  -*oe, that. And v*lmt 1 say Is that it  wouldn't do you a bit of hurt to go lay  down while me and the doctor looks'  men   ne. cr  .'. 1'Oilg   llll'l,  dis'-cver  llvy  ar._  till   thev  sit dim.  on  ii.  A   Woman   ne,.  J.~-r pocj-.-t  tliat  , l-iCUlfl .  ���*-'"  ��-au |iluJ'>'  .*'.*i.;'-,,'n m'ght 'ha*, e era-aped with  hi"- hair had not that female barber  talked him ' to sleep.  .-���'..ii I- men it:.-. iiJg��"J to stril <��� thu  ir,.n v. hii" it is hot and ..oi-ie other..  tion11, --������.'I'lii to know a hot iron when  they sec  it.  One ir,  their up;  meet.  Once u.  who wit'-  veil ted n  and cull.  "'���'���e "������-th ���*   er nml li,u-���,   j  ly-AfimM  i'tfisKIa-?  ' is ��.-!?_.*��  __-tw ���-*j!t -(Sy���.  SSSte_��fe  SW_i.*r,'B3  ������'ii ,,  'I'S St, Sl,  ��l��!fPi..  ....  on  n   tune ih,  "-.o   la_-\   i,,  m-.ch,:_e    I,,  i   11   tl  fi__Ptf__S-l*B-.  gJ._.,_*v_*CJ_  .   *; ''�� i'Sr&S&ffii  '-���as i.-,,.,,,.   -*'���' '.'''.Mm  T5a�� dry, tight cough^ t_ffio soreness aggravated h  cosighin07 all disappear with th^> use of nJ  Chase's Syrup of Unseed and Tfc_*pentine.  It is tho tendency of every cold to   more    thun   a  mere  cou-rh  develop into bronchitis, -consumption 'and acts on thc whol.- hvSi !"'������'  or some form  of lung trouble.   Bron-   oughly eradicating 'diseii'so CI"'^  chitis is most dreatled because it has      Mr.    John   Clark,  coachi'n  Hope, Ont., states':���'���Bf.|nBan'Pa!  to all sorts, of weather i f "f**  cmch cold. Ldat winter 1 , ; '^  bad with "a cold that 1 aiult *  Rpenlc    above    a  whisjier    .ph   "f)  that she Is shielding some one, and you  'will find some very unpleasant things  about Alden.",  "He is entirely innocent,"'said i:i;en  da. ' "Of course you know that as well  as I do.   The best thing for nil of i:s is  to establish the fact immedhitciy t'h.-ii  tha crime' was the' work or a ih'ield"  "But suppose it wasn't'/"'  "Then,"   said   Brenda. , "It   must   be  made to appear'so."  "1 see what you mean." replied he.  "aud I will consult my lawyer nlmui it.  1 have already discovered that ne un  derstands the police thoroughly. Per  haps something may be done by the  use of plenty of money. Meant. Eiile I  would like to be satisfied about Mr. Alden. It ,1s, not fair to you thai he  'should conceal his defense,. If he has  one. The sooner the case Is thoroughly  cleared of that mystery the better for  us." ���  "Reduced to a theft," said .Brenda.  "tlie. papers will cease to print much  about it."  "Yon are quite right." replied Mr.  Mnclane. "But my first move will be  In Alden's direction. I must know  where he star.ds,'or there will be uor  safety for'yoc; in any line of action. If  he is guilty, we must not appear as his  accomplices after the fact."  "That is monstrous," insisted Rrcn-  cia.   "Do not consider it."  They spoke for some minutes of minor matters, turning over the papers  together, while Brenda selected such  portions as she thought that Dr. Men-  da!! might permit Eisie to see. The  sight of these stories with tlieir a bun-'  dam illustrations set Mr. Mac-lane's  nerves on edge again, and he was in r.  nii.st,wretched frame of mind when he  left the hospital.  It chanced that as he emerged from  the structure he encountered Alden.  who had, just come from Kendall's  room and was full of good will to nil  mankind as the result of the conversation with the doctor. He felt that Maclane had a just grievance against him,  and he began at once a most enmest attempt to repair the injury. .Maclane  Father,   why  should   we?"  she  re-     u'cis relieved to find Alden in a pliant  if-?"  demanded   Maclane.    "They   hint | the warning eye of. the vigilant .Ken- ' out for things here."--  dall,   who   had   softly  stopped' to   thor  "head of tho bed, upon the other 'side,  checked this plea.   Alden writhed with  tho effect, but his will held hiin.  "I uiu'stn't worry you," he said; then,  with half an eye on Kendall ;t "Elsie.  who did this? - Tell me, little girl.",.  "Do you mean that you wish me to  ���leave the room'--" Inquired Brenda,  with a glance at Kendail.  The doctor's face was wearing that  indeserlbable expression incident to the  first stage of seasickness. He nodded,  and   Brendn   walked- toward ihe door,  a tendency to become chronic and return again and again, until tho /patient becomes worn out oriNfalls an  easy prey to consumption or pneumonia. Only thc most .robust constitution can throw off,bronchitis.  Aged people, children, and all who  nro in delicate health or have weak  lungs havo every reason to'fear, this  ailment! " ���  If the cough' is dry and hard ; if  there is pain, sor*eness, or' tightness  in'tho chest; ir breathing is diflleult  ,and ' causes, pain iiv the chest, you  have,every reason to suppose that  you have bronchitis, and should  promptly begin tho uso of Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine. > ,,  Cough mixtures that may - help8 an  ordinary cold have no efTect on bronchitis and asthma, but Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine'has  won its en via bio reputation on account of its wonderful success in  curing-    these   ailments. ���   It   is     Jar  s',er    and  k.;  great pains  jn  the chest.   An-.  feared'   it    would  devoloj.' into ^*  sumptlon If I did not suciewJ it!j  ting proper treatment. ^  ���\ A friend advised nie to u-v.  Chnso's Syrup of Linseed ttrd"^  pen line and, 1 began to improie *  fore 1 had taken half a bottle' o'  bottlo cured my cold, whi<h I uv  would.have proven very serio_��'|/'i  had not used this medicine,",  It is necessary for you to be cut-  ���ful when, buying-Dr. Chase's Svr.,  of Linseed antj. Turpentine, lor Ue,  are many substitutes and Imitation  'Offered. Tlie portrait and signaim  of Dr. A. W. Chose are on every (���,(.  tie 6f tho genuine. 25 cents a bottli  family 'aizo.  (three times ns much)fi)  cents.    At all   dealers,  or Etlmansoj  Hates & Co., Toronto.  1  AP3LELY HOUSE.  'I  don't know;  really   I  don't," ��� sire ; 'which   Kendall  opened  for  her. .while  answered.. "Why do'you think that I  do?"'  Again the doctor silently protested,  and Alden took' heed. ���' '  "1 had not beard it from you," be  said. "But let us put it out of our  minds.    What can  I dp for you?    Is  Xcalc bowed several times as she departed.. Then the captain drew -up a  chair to the side of the bed, upon the  edge of which' he l&id his enormous  and '.miry hand, cliDched. w,ji��h, the  knuckles uppermost. Elsie looked, at  It,'  fascinated,   wondering   If   it   could  Express    says:���    Ap-  ���    Ti.���.���   ���_ ,..���     ,,,.,,-,.,, ,  -        . .*' *    ,,       iiio.se      mo      .Iismi.iI,,.-     <im.\iiu'a-i  sold  if  no great ! plc.isant   to ,the   tn.sti-  und  ,.i  th  j iiiw- eiiccniuJ.   un.  to  I-,,  i,,i.  "rales*   Worm    Kxteuiniinto  ll. ,  there  anything .you   need?     We   will v really' he a hand.  plied earnestly. "Here is a dear little  girl that has escaped a dreadful peril,  and I am so glad of it, so religiously,  prayerfully glad of It, that this publicity affects me not the least."  "I think you have lost your wits,  Brenda," said he. "Why, you're all  ruL-ced up in it. Thoy practically accuse you of going to that house"���  ''I did go there," replied Brenda.'  "I mean before the deed���at the very  moment of it"���  "Let me see," said Brenda, who was  already scanning the reports. "I don't  see anything here that isn't true. They  are much fairer to Mr.  Alden than \  "The pa-pcra arc crowded  -with it!" he  groaned.'  would have supposed.. Let us read the  reports calmly. Ah, so! This mention  of my poor; little romance might be  somewhat trying to a sensitive nature,  like my.'father's, which I fortunately  did not inherit." A  ' ri li'*- linking qf your name with this  mood���the rarest of all his moods, by  thu way���and the two walked toward  the avenue together iu au atmosphere  of cordiality such as surrounds sometimes the unfriendly victims of a common misfortune.  Upon arriving nt his ofhee Alden met  Detective Elmendorf, with the result  already disclosed. Profiting hy tlie advice received in the course of this interview and by his memories of many  stories of crimes, criminals and sleuth-  hounds of the law. Alden succeeded in  eluding both tho shadow of "trouble"  and the shadow of "business," and his  doings for an hour or two were wholly  unknown to the police. At 3 o'clock he  appeared at St. Winifred's hospital,  where he was Informed by Dr. Kendall  that Elsie would receive hi in presently.  At that moment Elsie was confiding  to Brenda her opinion lhat Mr. Alden  would suffer a grievous disappointment  "lie won't expect to see me like  this," she said. "I look like death's  head on a handspike, as my cousin  Billy says. Billy was in the naval reserves during the war and prevented  the Spaniards from capturing New  York, but that's another story.  Brenda, if I should put on just a. little  bit of rouge��� I don't want to frighten  him."  "You don't want to think of rouge  for ten years," replied Brenda. "And  besides, my dear, you haven't any.  Moreover, he won't know how you  look;, he will be too glad to see you :  alive." '    y v  "Of course you think I am very  trivial and absurd," said Elsie, "but do  you realize that he may not see me  again? No one can know precisely  bow I am hurt. This wound may be  nearer to a vital spot than Dr. Kendall  suspects or will tell. , A break of a wall  as thin as paper, a little blood spilled  here beneath my hand, and I am gone  in a moment. Perhaps tonight; perhaps even while he sits here beside  me. And this last sight of me will bo  the memory he will carry aB long as he  hold a conference on the subject."  "Brenda would get me anything in  the 'world," replied Elsie. ��� "She lias'  been as, good as two mothers to me.  Brenda, what do I want?",  "Rest and1" an easy mind and your  real mother as soon as she can come."  replied Brenda. "As to Mr. Alden's  contribution, I would suggest a pretty  picture or two to put on the walls.  They would relieve the eye. -. Elsie has  asked for Tantalus, but the art com-,  mittee, consisting of Dr. Kendall and  myself, refuses to hang him."  "The art committee Is al! right," said  Alden. "I shall submit, some pictures  to it with confidence."  Thus the talk drifted from topics too  exciting, and some minutes were spent  pleasantly and conventionally enoiiKh.  Then, as Alden was about to take !::_*  leave,  Elsie suddenly  began   to   wc<-*  very   bitterly    and    without --rip-^rrerrf-"  cause, for it was a parting Tor a  few  hours.    To Breuda. afterward she said  In explanation, "To think that I might  have  died and  never  have  s<*-on   hiin  again."'  As the matter,seemed to involve the  health of the patient and ceriainlv the  regulation of Mr., Alden's visits.. Brenda considered herself hound to report  tho'remark to Dr. Kendall.  'Tt is all very mysterious to nie," said  he. "Sho loves him with her sou! and  body, but she believes that it is all  over."  "She will, not alwaj*s think so," replied Brenda. |  "That may be true," he said, "but 1  think I know her, and, 'so thinking, I  hope my own wedding won't have to  wait for theirs."  "Your  wedding!"  exclaimed  Brenda  in surprise.   "I did not know it was ar- ���  ranged."'  "Of the three persons most intimately concerned In it." he replied, "two aro  already to be counted upon ��� myself  and the -clergyman. As to the other,  there Is much doubt."  "Let us hope it will vanish." ' |  "Hope  is a  thin  diet  for the  nffec-  tious," said he, "but they live long on it I  sometimes." *  CHATTER Xiri.      -  i-xsir: chooses a coxnnAxr.  N thofoliowlngmorning  Captain Neale appeared  ut  St.   Winifred's,  demanding   au   Interview with Elsie.   Kendall had succeeded in  refusing a similar de- ;  maud iiiioii tlie prevl- '  ous evenlug and would have been glad  .  to do It again, for he dreaded Neale in  '  a sickroom as if ho had been the angel  of  septlcrcmla.   but   the  doctor  could  not honestly spy that Elsie's condition   |  was such ns to justify him in shielding  j her from all questioning.  I     As   for   the   captain,   he   was   "up  i against a new game,"  to use his own  , expression.    Never before had be been  | held hack from tbe bedsides of the af-  j flicted   In   institutions   wholly  or  nar-  tiallv   under   municipal   control,   and  doubtless upon tin's account there were  fortunate souls in  paradise who might    j  otherwise still have been struggling in  tli is   probationary   state.     When   Kendall demurred.' Neale strongly, intimated  that he would  "make trouble" for  the  doctor,  but  It   was  his own  conscience and not  liis fears wliich decided Kendall'., action.  "You can see  he?,"  be said, "if you  will behave'yourself."  And Neale was speechless In tbe ores-  "Wo got to have a little light,on this  woman."-said the captain.  >  ���'What  . woman?"     inquired     Elsie  faintly.  "The one who called on you that /ift-  prnoon," he replied.  "Miss Miller has already sald'Q- Ken-  ������all began,  but tbe captain 'Ified" bis  hand   from   the  bed,   thereby  causing  one  side of  It  to   rise" suddeuly,  aud  made a gesture qf protest.  "She'll do the answering," he said.  1     "Who says   that  any  woman called  ��� j on me7" demanded Elsie.  j     "Now, don't get excited." responded  |  the   captain.     "It's   well   known   lhat  J  somebody   was there.    Dr.   Blair saw  'I.er leaving the Iiousr."  j    Elsie remained silent for a moment,  il'hen she said:  j     '-'There might have been fifty women  ' deave  the house and  I  know  nothing  A about It.    What did this woman look  .   like?"  "Haven't yon seen the newspapers7"  asked Neale.  "Only some little pieces���just to look  at the pictures," she replied. "Dr. Kendall didn't wish me to read the stories."  "Did you seo the pictures of the 'mysterious woman,' drawn from description*?" ���  "No." ���  "Miss Maclane didn't show them to  you?   Well, well!   How singular!"  "I selected the things to be shown to  Miss  Miller,"  said  Kendall; - "most of  them."  j     "And   you, cut   out   all   about'  the'  mysterious   woman?"   queried   Neale  "Why?"  "It was not intentional," replied the  doctor, reddening. "I merely happened  to do it."  "1 guess Miss Maclane helped you,"  said Neale.  "What has Miss Maclane to do with  it?" asked Elsie.  "A good many people think she was  the woman," replied the captain. "It's  begiuning to bo said all over, but  there's one persoa who thinks so and  won't say bo���yet."  "Who's that?" said Elsie.  "Dr. Blair," responded Neale. "You  know who he is?"  "I've met him," she replied.    "Mrs.  Simmons got him to come to soe me  once when I was sick.   I think he was  staying at the house thea.    What ha��  he to do with this affair?"  The captain explained.  "It seems to me," said Elsie, "that  anybody who ever saw Miss Maclane  "would  know  her next time.    If Dr.  Blair says that he doesn't recognize  her, then she Isn't the woman he saw."  "Do you deny that she called upon  you?" persisted tbe captain.  "I certainly do deny It," replied Elsie,  with decision.  "Perhaps It was some other woman  , who looked like her," suggested Neale.  i     "I don't know any woman who looks  like her," said Elsie.   "I never saw one  ���who did."  The captain glanced at Kendall and  said slowly:  "She doesn't know anybody who looks  like Miss Maclane."  Well," said KendalL "what of It?"  [TO BE CONULNUED-J  8a.!o of Former Il<">.i<l*,_ica of the Dulcr  of  W.-ll.njrton.  :    The London    Ex----���    --- ������ A��    '  sley  House is  to  h  bbjections     are     raised    ,in     certain  ���juarU'i.s.     Tho  ����� wds   will  come  a.s  a  shock   to  the  many   people  who   still  believe    that    tbe ' famous house   ?it  Hyde Park  Corner was presented    to  the  great  Duke  ct Wellington  by,the  nation.     As   n     matter  of  fact,,     the  iron   Duke  purchased   Apsley     House  in  lSi'O,  when  it v.';:<. the residence of  li.-.  older  brother.   Marquis   .VeUeMoy.  originally     a   pL.in   brick ' mansion,  Apsley House watt built about 17y."��-'_  by   the  Adams   for,   Henry' Bathurst."  Baron , Apsley, Karl ���   Bathurst    and  Lord  Chtwicellor,   who  died  mi    171M.  Jn  1 SiiS ihe     liouv was cased    with  Bath  stone,  nnd "a  rallery,  a  suit'.' of  rooms,   and  (lie  pivsent  portico wc-ro  added, at a cost, ,il  was then sini-d.  of _CiaO,-r-.').     The !.' use contains    a  wi'/iidcrhil   piei ure  gallery,     win re    a  An act of pariuiuii'ij'.,, j,,.W!|;,  ISi'7 in tide- the 'mv of t!..- iJ.tr.ij^  tent .of .weights ,'and rn.-auie.. pr-mij.  sihle' in   the   United   KuuAj  ''Will.  Ilfcf.  "ir-ii  ii i., Min1,  O l*-ii  The  greatest  distance  .<..i cje.._��  by a   horse "jumping    L* hjc-i.c-v.-d vj|  have  been   HI   feel,  by    f'.i.ii.ti.r  Warwick,, in 11 arch,  18-17.'  ST. THOMAS  . a' GIVES AMIfl  -"���is*-"2  i  '<  Toils His Friends to Use Do&���/'WM��l  Kidney Pills for Kidney - $-' -****"*  Pains.  Waterloo I iirupmt was held   annual.y 1  until JS-jI*.  and which  Still  contains    ***'"' Make well-known Hotel-keeper,{IM  a     Wund. : fn)   '��� 1,ls  experience  witli   CRnadn'i   fit*!  hrouxi'H    and  I"      Kidnny Itemed?.  i  j     St. Thomas, Ont., Mayu18.-(Sp��-  pie.iati:,   v oi'id.s   of  art;  china   n__.-i.i   full   of  Pm.  interesting  relic.**'-  of th.*  great  Duke, j  turd     it .small.     ,l!li.,hted   room.     in  I lal)_Everybodv   ,n   St.  Thouim ��u  which  the famous g,m*.*al  slept en  a , ^    surro*ndirfc  coUntry kno�� La��  narrow bedstead.     J hi:  bite Duke    of *���..,._   __ ,_. _fa_ _, 4V,/t.���i._ Houh,  nrtl!  iwpli  &iu__^___>  $VK  Hk��  ���i^li*  i in iuw   i_i-i_:_ieuu.       j m:   jiiie   jjurvu     ui      r.   . _ .   _ ��   iu.   t*i_i-��   n�����  .,.,.-. .ii    Dabe, proprietor of the Dake noi  ���..-��� .mgto:*   was   verv  mixious   to  sell >       . , , __..        ., (.������_���-,  Apslev   House  some years  ago.      but , *"* ����� �� t}hlS raJ,w\ay Z'l \Z  ho met  with opposition  from on    ex- J p��ruUr  citizens,   and    many   jeo  ho met,  with opj  altod   (jearler   on   tho   gi-..'.iii<!.s    ,that j  such  a sale  would   be an   i:.dignity to  1 know that for yoars ho was the rlc-  a great name. A.s lhe present Duke  rcpiv" i:is the fourth gem-ration, and  no longer receives nn annual grant.,  it Fs believed that no opposition  v.*;ll be made to the sale, Aso that  ho'ore very long rt "prince of fi-  iiai-.c...-" may bo ensconced at thc  , h'-usa which a foreigner .once aptly  j desoi-beii  ;���'* "No.   1, London."  it  , i,,  seo   ;_  Set-ti   o.i'uji   Ontrtuli   Kitrin  -   r.'i   i.::.-.>::;!_.en   thi:i_.r   tr>  .-������Ma-:, st rt: 'ii:g nbc.-.r,   foil  ���l.y three or four distinct broods, nil of  diiT'-i-enl sizes.     When   (he   incubating  proci;s._   is   completed,   tlie   Cock   blril  leads   hi>  young   ones  off  nml   if   he*  nice is another proud papa  engages  in  a  tciTi,.,? combat with bini. - The vnii-  ���piish'-d-bird   retires "without  a  siuyle  chick,  while tiie olhcr. surrounded   by  tho   two   broods,   walks  ph:inl!y.  away   trium-  tim'of   a  very  aggravated  form  Kidney    Disease.      To-day  ho l��  ��  sound,'healthy man.   Ho used Dodd'i  I Kidney Pills.  i     Speaking.'of  the   matter    recently.  1 Mr. Dako said :  I     "I had  been  troubled  for over fa  1 years  with  my kidneys and pitim ii  I my  back.   Nothing I used could gi"  | mo, n'ny relief  till   Anally on  the  vice   of a friend  I started     to  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  '.'Bv  tho  time   I   had     finished M.  \ I box "tho   pains   and  Kidney     DIsW  v   ' were gone.   , That  la  over flvo yetf  ago  now,  and as 1 have had nu ��  turn  of tho  trouble since.' X thini  am safe in concluding that the eui  was permanent.  "I advise all my friends who ��  troubled ln tha same way to t��  Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure allitif*  of Kidney Disease .from Pain In If  Hack  to Bright's  Disease.  '"5->_S_  m  mm  m  W  P'V-"*  m  sf*F  P__.  $$������  |o  ���_��c  ItSEtU  Iwi.  Are yon Bilious?  Do you have Sick Headaches? You can be quickly  and easily relieved by taking  eectiams  The  suluuu'i   can    travel,    fer A  distnnccs,   at  25  miles  an huiii.* ;'*|  swiflcst of marine creatures -h*.'tho-**|^   ^  of  the whale family Jt^I^H   ������ ���       r-&?pw?s8-  Ask for Minard's and take no other,   mm,  Irfinnclica on His literary Career.  'I understand your son has decided  to go'In for literature."  "Yes, and he's made a splendid start  already."  "You don't say."  "Yes;   he  went to   an  auction   this  m�����inS   and   bought   a   secondhand  Writlne desk for only $4.98.  The   mantle   of   sable   fur  im-'n l0^?��&  the  hhnpi-ess  of   Kussin  on li��'.' c'mn'i^f%i��  ation   iv_..s   valued   at   iirJt't"1   Jti^^p  mode  of    siiblc,   aiul    weinhs only .'|^'S*sS  ounces.  The greale.-it  liLinber  not just after nn  placid nr  (5  o'clock   in  the  morning.  dni.:hi. i'sllf'  .. _y_-_ 7-r*  supposeth   but  bi-i\M'''" ���' " ��^m..  sl*.?M  An     i-nrtiKpiul-c      ivmc    li-'s  known   lo   travel   iirinss     Hk' ''uI  ocoiin  in   L2 hours and     K'1 i'"11'"1'  tha:   is.  iniiiiite.  at    I he     rule el  The  value  of  granite  n ��� ���''  l,llil" \W^W$��r l  malcrial   i'h   in   to   '2A\   tiiiie-- .,s c    ki>;'g|���tjp.sen  "ll,,tP,f ^S^Rt  ;i i  as   that of brick.    Ai'lei   ., .     ,,v  ii'      lhe     following    order    li"s10'  l,^P,l  ile,  and sandstone  "it"**  m  Sot   Itcllnl.l-*- ,|  The D.-iughier-Jnck promised m  I   nc-eeiiled   him   lie   would   inc"11    f, 'J����8ft>  S? *.  'n  ���yny.s.  ���'TJib .Molher-lliiiii'd)! I hnven'.  failli In'tliis repairing done while J  ^  wait. '   '.  JVlnel  I i^Mii  A' llnx>*. Tr.-irk  ��'.eflt"c<!0".Arfiil r  0.,s'iiiiJ s!anf[Wl  Sdr.-.c folk wlio art  I ween. ���   '  In   apeak iii .iy of  money  Brocii." ���  y  And   11.6   Iwi.ilonakcr  t;\eei  pns.-i.  Aa If ho were ready,/or /nowins*  k \, -a. <Jti  i yy^'Cai  1     A*nd  '  -   * Att  ��>  )>  ^ \%V  ���vAXEvt  A*Uiem  ui>  y '   v   w*v___-��� bale-  bales.  ' thu  -wm.fliirn.p-**! rnn  r^TTjgjwi^iowjftfcXn-i  TUM-trmr-i"- *-  -**!������  *.*__*. HVN.fl.J_-. __  "���.on     exported from     the  -. is   his-.     _-.eat.or_   J-Aiflai.d  0.-.-2  The Life Giving Virtues of  "C01,utv,M L,f'a,:ior-Paiiie'sCeleryCoiBponnd  .:A:?,VA^()  bales,   l"raai-e  -\  and   Othei  WONDERS  OF "-"HF.  IMEEEDAE.  grottiest     medical,   .mthorities '  .*-:i>' that when'food is nut thuroti-lilv i  Rescued a Lady Wi.o Was  Drawing Near the Grave.  digested^  it    leaves    a    ma-s    of    t;..<j:  ge.-iU'd  iiiaticr  at  a  .stur.d__i Ul,    when I  iiiir.-ieduitel;,'  **-<i-i_ic-nt alien  v is' iuyuid j  which lhri.es iruxn. various gas. s'ai.d i ' '  poi'oiiote.   v.ii.oiirj;,  crei.'ing fi>]h,tss ! The Life Building* Medicine That  stomach  bioath.   lurrect  turn  the   won_'t   of   all  luiu   (jiHvel'-i,      bad  uc,   di/xine'-s,'   but  is   this   generate.'!  poison  pesf.es  into   the  blood,     from  wh_fh   it, is     carried    to    (!,<.���     biAu'ri,  riei-vi'-s.   kidneys   and  ^<,ery   important  part   .).'   the   human   anatomy.'   .".,_.<;..  of ibis I.ind aie dangero-:;-.   and should  trenl.-d   by   a    remedy   of     n-put'a-  ii".ii.    V-e  have such ,iL remedy  in'Dr.  Augii.-*!     Koenig's     llninbiirg'    Drops,  ���.iicci'Ssfiiily  prt scrib-  Iuo:'i-.'-,Ki<>n  i.iifoiii. h-  Wives and Mothers Need  in May.   ,  I'eh   lias   been  ed by'the medicnl  tint    Ihe  world  > ('Ul !..        It,    i'i    j]  Hlfll l(;li   i.i    liii.   |j  f*l   nu-jjl.     Si     ,J  Kail >"111r.: e.   me   I  .-.''),;  C'l'l', Dij...  f.'iiei'f --,  Paine's Celery Compound does a  wondrous work for sick and half dead  women'in May. The conditions of  winter have been detrimental to the  health of women and girls everywhere; they have declined in nervous  vigor, tho blood is, reeking with impurities, the excretory' organs do ajt  s*��|\ more* than tevty perform their work, and the diges-  [.h-tnuixeiiiicel |'i-e.p- tive'-machinery is sadly out of gear.'  ighi-'L po.-vble ord-r .The human machine must be cleansed  :iuoI,h Oil, f.ld . uf repaired and 'strengthened in May.  he   ---'������ ���   ��� ���   ��� -  -  I I'.'I;  role  _    ii.  piopr.'el. i-;t, , Paine's   Celery   Compound   does     the  ���ei,Ti     la-1-, work  surprisingly   fast,   and  gives   a  v    guarantee, of .permanent   health    and  ; ���.   [long life,   it is   the one spring med-  :     a   .-.,,"./',.'. 11   ,     ,   i       - .,    >'.      j 5cine,   that   truly   nourishe..,   regulates  \/'���T\Z:uTll\/\L'']���',]iiiVW,)   *nd   invigorates   the    entire     system  oi   , .\ o  na.*-eh in   tea ns tul-in >��� ���.,   *i-��� �����*i   _��� _._.._,. .  fall   ..ui   ol   the  umpire. "   " y,?Z^'   n*"' ^^  u'^f' ���V  i - __________ , '   , "'ament.   It gives a full, rich supply  ,r       ��,.       ,T i ��� ���    ,   j '   7* > n of  energizing   blood,     it    clears ,   the  keep ilimardsUBiaiefillUfne IIOUSC       -muddy,   unhealthy  skin,   it  gives    an  l incrcaso  in weight, and more refresh-  now   i,p   to   the   oil'cc   boy   to    hig   'sleep.      Whatever   be '.your    confer    holding   dition unhappy  suD'erer.  we give you  to  the  ,\c,jses    tiywn  |-...  .-ud  of  tin-  bleachers, j n.   blessed  assurance  of   a    new     and  !     ',        *     _ ': .lasting  health,    through   the use     of  J'','���'������: I U.XCK.s    ok  otMNlox   u-eunl-' Pair't''s  Celery  Compound.   "Mrs.Flora  ir.r,   i !u-  popular   intcvinsl     s-r-ti   o :t'Ai-i-'.i   S. Lrantlcy, Levis, P.Q., writes'thus:  :x^- f.Vrr Jir-^. j-^h^-i r��siBhi��* ri)Uz tv1 ris, r-  i-lujiv i.' r-.).'iiivc and rtiii'-iirrcm, tint, iii,-i'1-,,!y   alllicted .with- daily  headaches  ,!��� il  t (SI  .    ....;! ll.    ,  lehe-.^s |,hysi-ol pisin. c-_n-_. imi-e-! und   was   despondent,     nervous,     and  fi'A-^-Vmtt ���.'m^V-i.1m,1VnV.xc''ll,^-'-r'':M  I'weak.   Medical assistance and patent  ie- ,jmih.->  am.   rli'.-uiiinl ic,  rijnvilaiiits. i _    , .   ..    ,   .      ^   . .7  -  .ii   it   hn'i   no   uautH'uLmg   oi   <,ih,-r   u,,.. J medicines    failed  to  bring  mc relief.  t--i.-_.ui  <nei.i   v.i:(.-(i   tui:..-i   iui. ne.H.v      i My sufferings increased,   and    i'  waa   ���!  .   ���   ! told,d   would not get  better again. J  i  poor .baseb.sll   liehi  -bat  ha.*- i waa suffering so much that I was sat>  1 isfied to die if it was God's, will  Ui-aiitifu.   "-Vo....      ^   ���     .; .   :ilht v.n of  -'criue-- Centnri<*K.  Thi.  wo-idr-rs of the needle v.-er" in  ancient times in  Egypt,  India.   i>:i--y-  louia   and   Pliauiicia   mainly   lavished  hy women on  veils  and hanging-- fur  temples.  Connoisseurs consider the veil ,  decorating the tomb of Mohammid ar  Medina,   priced   at   lO.OOO.OOt)   rupcts. j  the most marvelous piece of ctnh'roid- '  ery ever made.   Its pattern, a cunning '  interlacing of scrolls  and ��� arabesques. !  c-\clii..iv<-_y dcliueated with rare peiirla ���  and  precious  stones,  produces,   when, '  exposed to the rays of the .sun, a stu- ���  peiid .us effect of coloring, soft and b;ir-'  monious audetiuiiito the hold gracefuP  , 'ness of the design.   Liueri, silks, loath-  or and tlie richest stuffs were in turn  beautified with  the little'insignificant.,  , to61, tlie iieedie. > ',  Diaphanous Iudiuu muslin chnriuiiig-  ly embroi'lcreil with green beetle whig.  ' 'is stiil renowned, as well as examples  of painted .spangles and arliliciul pearls  strewn i.iuid devices wrought in gold.  J.ut where is now to be found tiie Incomparable L>eccn muslin, thirty yards-  of which were once inclosed for a,turban iu an ordinary cocoamit iucrusled  withgeins and presented hy n Persian  ambassador to bis' master, the sh'nh.  Other varieties known as invisible  have also disappeared. The, term originated from thb fact that wlien'dipppd  in water or spi'tqid out on the grass'*'tlie  mate rial was lost to the eye through  its extreme'fineness.  The trained fingers have disappeared,  and through jiiodorn competition  _u..-  tomei's are no longer willing (o pay the  real value of genuine hard work.   This  superiority  of eastern  craftsmen over  their  western   fellows was recognized  .centuries ago. lirst by Portuguese, wlio  were in the habit of sepdhig satin to  India'to be embroidered by the natives ������  after   European , designs,    a    fashion '  tvhich at times .renders .somewhat pm- i ,  Khug the classification of the marvels  TH��   GARSryL   BA1: L  keb   no  chances  in   pleasing 'pmrca-  ''^S&AjAjAvi,,,, n nlar  tastes  when ho uses  OGILVIE'S  HUNGARIAN  FLOUR  Always   uniform,    always     reliablo,  ade     from   best  of wheat,  elected.    Thc results of ita  u?e  in  the  home are  as pleasing  in the bake shop.  *\s.     because     mt  Ny^ carefully sol  as  Here is something for you.    Simply write to us and we  will send you a handsome  book with  umny illustrations in  colors, and much inlciyrAjng information that every woman  really ought-to know.     No charge whatever.     Write to-day,  to Advt. Dept., Blue'Ribbon M'f'g. Co., Winnipeg,    "'.  on  it.        ' | iPiie'! to die if it was God's, will.     A    | neighbor kindly suggested the use of   of handiwork.  1 ,      ' Paine's     Celery   Compound,   and     to       The French followed suit, since the  ���<!ip   In   pove.ei-j '     -  er  wash   woolciis   mid  liar.  111!.!.-  please her, 3 consentedt to try it. The    majority of the Lou>3 XVI. court set?.  'It's :i  lucky  rich   relative.  th.-i  THE   POOR DYSPEPTIC.  ���',[ Cist few doses seemed to send a feel-  ; ing of new life into my. blood, and I  j.went on using the compound. I have  u ( taken five bottles and can honestly  j say 1 am fully cured. I am sleeping  i well, appetite in good condition, get-  ' ting back lost flesh, and feel as ac-  ; tive ,as a girl of fifteen. I think my  ccure  is   a  permanent    one.      I  thank  ���u,���*�����*t���iM���m\��*��������*^*lT   God   for  Paine's   Celery - Compound ;  Similar Sufferer. Ca.iU���der.ta��d HI.        lt  saved ���fe   t     m/husba'nd   Qnd  HouP8o��ABony. ! children." y  " There, Ih no .mortal more Miserable ,f you , are in need of free medical  than the poor dyspeptic. He is never adv'ce, write to Consulting 'Physic-  healthy, never happy���always afling, , [itn's department, ,The Wells & Rich-  always.out of sorts. Every mouth-. arri!*on Co.. Limited, Montreal, Que.  Jul of food brings hours of distreas���   *A-11   correspondence  is  sacredly cwnfi-  iri'.-iudiiig coat, waistcoat and breeches  in satin, velvet, plush or corded sill.,  so exquisitely adorned with delicaje  sprays and admirable borders wrought'  in satin aud'tambour stitches, are due  to the skill und industry of the Chinese, who ha ye ro prod need tlie Krc'iicli  'device** with fioss silk in such lovely  and fust colors, which still appear in  all their beauty, with a mellowness im-  imrtoii by time which further udds, to  their charm. ���  BOOKS  AND  READING.  den ti al.  We��^5y  i  ����&_  |make all pumps  $d��   (Iron   or  wood)       Mills  run    with  less  wind.     Agents     exclusive  territory    Its  merits   soil   it.      Pump   Gover-  pBOrs,   174   Princess   Street," Winnipeg.  ,  While ..ther men ar'e taking summer outings baseball players tire trying to'get'a few inni.igs.  BABY'S, BEST.FRIEND.'  -{Spain &r��  rs Le*'  Houk  's ffitlt  peop1'  he to  rm1" of  h i  Doddi  scently  or to I  aim lif  ild M  the i.*-|  o   fl  ed _a|  Bise-sl  i >e��l|  no fl  .hint l|  ln Off  every  moment of   the day la  spoiled  and soured. '  If you are a dyspeptic you know  the' signs; the coated tongue, the  dull headaches, tho heartburn,-.' tho  SeUjfeff Acme Pump Governors. They..'blliousnoss- the persistent torment j  work easy. , and fit all titter meals, the hopeless despondency. Any one'of these'signs .points  to  indigestion.      The one , sure   cure  for indigestion is Dr. Williams' Pink simple medicine that will relieve and  Pills. Titey mako new blood���that's lir0 the mirror ailcments that make  tho whoie,secret. Thr.oi-gk the blood , -,;s p'ttle life often very miserable,  they will brace u? your strength, ] yl]Ch a friend is .Baby's Own Tab-  waken your liver, and set your stomach light.      If you  ask, your    neigh-  Reading is to the mind what exercise  is to the body.���Atldison.  j     A home without books is like a room  ! without windows.���Beecher.  j     To read 'without reflecting is like eat- '  j ing without digesting.���Burke. '  j     Books are the best things well used;  , -     ' '      ������     ��� : abused, among the worst���Emerson.     j  The best friend baby can have is a        Next' to' acquiring good  friends   the J  5S2_-__S__H-_aS___3__-S3��S-_  A   BOOK   FOR   THE   SPORT.  Book  for tlio  man of llio World.   A Iioolc  ttrue Sport, _. ouiip or old, Jlv'-iild. bo without.  __82_&^,_!'.?^ bora you will find  prrof of this right  BESS Mon.��"LD'   ���lC"''il"inSl*: R<>om6'   at    your  own   homo.      Mr.     Charles  THE   MANUFACTURERS   OF  __i  Wood,  Mars, Out.,   one ol   the thous-  lets. ,They cure indigestion, sour  stomach, constipation, simple fevers,  diarrhoea, and allay the irritation  accompanying the cutting of teeth.  All mothers who have used these tab-  best , acquaintance. is ' that   of   good  books.���Cotton.  i   , Some books are to be tasted, others  to be swallowed and some few to be  chewed aud digosted.���Bacon.  Half the gossip of society would per-  ; Isb if the books that are truly  worth  reading were but read.���Dawson.  anris  of dyspeptics  cured  by tha  use   lets  praise  them.   Mrs.   F.   L.   Bour- j     What is a great love of books?    It ia  of  these pills,    says:  "For   upwards   geois, Eastern   Harbor, N.S., says:��� ' something like a personal introduction i  _S535S?S  -lJiL-._  BLBL3#U33*  IFT ,se  I8E  STOCK 5-~00D  E-VCOUI.AGE IT-rl USE art kIvIiir  M lollowlaK prizes for couieeillior. o-t  la Winnlp��K   Ei-bibltljn   of   l'.lOM  i75i^eoLe  A I   Wlnnipfts  l'.\ Iii 1>11 lot) ...  nitST   PRIXE.     , c  For, th��   heuviost   calf,   nn.v pure   br"ed  "  gftde,   bo.-n   after    the   'lul   Jtvnunry.  d,  ted  on  Carne-ac Stock   Food.   JUKI  Jtold.  1,003  of twelve years,I was a great sufferer  from indigestion and nervousness.  Everything I ate tortured me. I doctored almost continuously, and used  almost everything recommended for  this trouble, but. never got more  than temporary relief until I began  the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Words cannot express the good these  .pills have done me. T am ,ia better  health than 1 have enjoyed in years  before, and 1 have proved that Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills cure whe__ other  medicines   fail."  Bad   blood   is   the   mother   of   fifty  discases,    and    Dr.    Williams'     Pink  HECOXi)   PltlZiS.  [-Kor   the'   second     Heuviesl     Calf       _Li_y  ur��   bro��J,   or  ffratlo.   born   after   1st   of  i&nunry    1003,   fed   on   Oariiofue   Stock'   pi]js will cure them all, because thev I  ���a. ?&o in (roia * .  .   _,  ,,     ,  , { ,       ��� .   i  convert bad  blood   Into  good,     rich,  ��� TinilD PRIZE: * ,       rcd blood,   without which there    can  Jf   orrai? h��r��,es<_  cai''   ai!yTpure be neither health nor strength. Don't  ...��.��* a,l0>   born   after  1st ot  Janu- . ,    ,   .      . .. . ,  1903. fed on  Camufac Siock  Food be persuaded  to try something else��� t  '5 in cold. ia]-0   nothing    but     the genuine Dr. ;  CONDITIONS.               ���          i Williams'   Pink  Pills.      Sold  by    all ,  i*v.lyt-one   *ntry   ��.-iil  be allowed    from medicine dealers or sent post paid at'  fsnw ^"ec   or   Stockman,     and    stock 50o   a  "S'tlon! eXhlblted  Rt  the mnni���    E*' , by addressing the Dr.  Williams  Med-  b^bIm.".?. mU?t bc  Produced  nt  tho time  ���rM61   on. Carnefnc Stock  Pood.  <_7oi .     . -,lu''  f,rov*-'n  a  decided   suc-cosi.  ���miK   into    condilioti      and   full  "I have used Baby's Own Tablets and  look upon ' them ns baby's best  friend I have found them an excellent remedy for colic, and they have  doiio our baby much good in many  wnys." Little ones take these Tablet*? us readily ns candy, and the  mother has a guarantee that the3'  contain no opiate or, other harmful  i'e iig. Once used always used where  Aii'ie are little ones in the home.  -'[���Itl by clrutjirists or sent by mail at  ���J', cents a box hy writing direct to  Hi.' Dr .Williams' Medicine Co.,  ih-ockvillo.  Out.  to the groat and good' men of all pTist  times.���John  Bright. <���   '  Tho three practical rules I have to  offer are: (1).Never read any book that  is not a year old; (2) never'read any  but famed books; (o) never read any  but what you like.���-Emerson.  IMPERVIOUS SHEATHfige  ' THE BEST BUE-LDeNS.PAPER ftADS.  It ia   rery tunch stronger and thicker   than any ofber   (ttirreA ot   bulldliir)  paper.   It is lmpervlo\ig to wind, keeps out cold, keeps In heat, ccrrlen no smell  or odor, Absorb, no mol��ttn-o, iinpartii    no   tast��    or   flavor    to    .uiytlilng   with  which It comes In contact.   It Is largely used .not .only inr chectln(; liousei. bal'  for Ilnlns oold   gtoraj;c   bulldtnKs,   refrlgcnc-tore.-   dairlen,   oi .-amerles,   C.nd  ail  filuces vrhere the object Is to keep nn even   and   uniform   l-_._ipcrt.ture,   Ac.4   r.t  ho iam�� time avoiding dacr^nesc.  , Write our Agonte, TJ3E8 * PEBSSK, Wiuislpeg, iar aa.xa.pltm. \  "THE:  _____  E3.  ElOC.-y CO.,  S__..inr-_| __��3 _cJ,  HUL.U .j  25___fii__s  A mar. ' may not swallcu all the  cijinplimc.its ,that arc banded him,  In.t he thinks these is some merit in  them   itist  the .-.nine.  box,   or    six   boxes  for  $2.30,  iressii  icine Co., Brockville, Ont.  bar*.   ..*i.       ~.     *'.*' ���.��.-.��>       .tin.     in .1 en ml.  SSiTff ii /O0lls fail- Seiul.Jor louflct.  �� morii V.ows of votorinarimis ns to  whiy of it��   Camef,i<''   ru��y  ftl]   *,"',*lt  .0���.^����b������YCARNEPAI*   r^J��  YOUR  STOCK.  T-^^R' G"  0ou9{as,  manufacturer,  , 1        's'^^       Princess Strcd. VVinnlpcp.  '}"    ;���       ViV��?��u   c*n   obtaU,   It   fro.  Guatemala hns the higncst deatitrate of a:o* . civili/.cd country. Its  death-rate is -J I per 1,000. At the  other end oi the scale comes New  Zealand,   with   1 1.   per   1.000  Siisard's Liniment is used by Physicians.  Knuri wood lasts perfectly -inder-  ground for twenty five years. ..armh  another Australian timber, has been  tested for thirty-live years beneath  the sea and found sound at the end  of" thaT'time.  _m  your  dualur.  ta      ."-tP  AGENTS WANTED  ' TMl.Y MOVKIi FAIL.���"Mr. S. _.\1 i  lloii_;liiii'i*. I.iuarlon, writes : ''For about  Un) ycisr.'- 1 \ms trotildcd with InwurJ  I'lli's." but liv nsiim I'lirmi-'lei-'s I'ills. I  wtis coinplelolv curofl. tintl nlllio'iuli four  yi iirs havo .-lapsed since then the.v liaie  not re I u rued " I'lii-ni-Mee's I'ills- are isn-  liliiiioi:5; and il spocilic for tlio cure ol"  l.ivor ami Kidney Coitiphiinl -. i".:i o -|  .si.i, CoKiiveiiKSs, Iloadaclie, I'iles, etc.. j  and will re'irubvte the secretions arid remove   all   bilious   matter;'      ������.....-'  -"���l.l.l'.ri.I.SSN-.CK.*-. is due to nervous  rvci'tnipiit. Tlie clelicn tc-lv eonstituied  the . liiii'.ncier. the business ni-ui ami  tbo.-o whose oeciipat ion neccssitntes  Kiv:ii. ii'cntnl strain or worry, all suffer  k'ss or more from it. Sleon is'ihe ureal  restoicr oi the worried brain, and to ">'l  sloen clomisc lhe stomach from all im  inirities with a fe-v doses of l'lirmelee's  Vi'iretnhle T'ilis. celntine coated, coutain-  iiiT tu* moreuiy. and are iruara.'ilei'd lei  crive sat inflict ion or the money will ho  refunded.  .-!���  j-iHt  (III  lorl  AI  Best Selling Skirt Supporter and Waist Adjuster  l^nr Introduced.   Sells at sleht.   Good profit. *  gjSend 2S rents for srnnDle and terms, to aprnts  RUSH & CO., Dept.  VV. TORONTO.  THE "IMPROVED DEWEY"  STOCK "WATEREB-  ^ (Patented April 2*. 1900). |  in��ty-flve per cent   ol nil   Waterera sold  liSffiT?    are  "Improved  Deweys"���Htronfr  ilLyj1. /-     i .   .   but   truo.  i-.A,|���?^The.'|Impr(.ved Dewey", never ffets out  i* "*>*f��?Jer: no ^Pn-l**3 necessriry; so simple  ������*, rJim, Cilllcl can attach It; unquostionably the  j   *fl$?Ay   "atlsfactory   Waterer  made.  \ *> .��Sa?. b*?_ uaed 'or H��K��. Calves, Sheep  *��� ai^ann  Toultry. '    ���  ��*4l_Pv^y-iNOW--Thoy    w,n    Pay  for    them-  i   ��sfl*'yes iu  one'months-  use.  . TOrt,      ry    f^r"ier   needs   one   or   more    of  Mt �����"*��������� , even,   tf   ll(>   tloea    not   ralno  h^than  'our hops;   -  . (il old. .������ melts  at  a     temperature  oi"  1,2-10- degrees   Cent;,   or  2,__'6-i.'Fahr.  _-_���- ������-;���'-i-'' iJU'tul nielts at G2G degrees;Fain*., and  During  the Indian mutiny only 5S0   wax at 1-19 degrees Fahr.  British  soldiers  were -'cither  killed   in '���'  battle'oi* died  of wounds,  but   many'  ��� Everybody admires-��� a   plucky   man.  thousands  of ,,English     people    were \ but a plucked man gets no sympathy..  massacred by   natives. j -���_ __: '. '  ...     : ���'���   _~ ~7~     7      ~~~y Ar .   A,    '    When   all   other .-.reparations   fail,,    try  'Mmard sLunnient Lumberman slriena.   noiiou-nys com cine  no pain wi.mt-  . ,  -     . : ^___^__        -'".���'   'ever,   mid   no   inconvenience  in ���uslner  it.  i-   A.-vsenrchlight:    of    100,000-candle  power  will   render  print  visible at  distnncc of two.-ity miles.    The cxper-  iinent has been tried from the top of  Mount. 'Washington. ;  ,   i    AMi's.   ITnr'riet.M.y Foster    has  a ���     " * * TrlW Grove,  111.  postmistress  50 years.  ol  been  fur  'A.f'l'r. A.. 11. KelliiRg's Dysentery Cordial  is prejiared fnuii druu's known to the  Iirofessioii ns Uiorou-j.lil.v reliable for ll-.e  cholera. dysentery.' dian-hoefi. rrriniiiir  nnins nnd, ���'summer comtdsiin!.���*. . 11. 1ms  been I'S'etl Suirccsisftillv hv tii(ilii-i:l i r ��� <���-  til ituiers . for a. number of vnrs ,. ,th  "���i-ii.i ii'virnr results. , ll" sufferiii'-' from : uv  ���f'.'i'ninei* conmliiint it, is ir.sl Hie . i.v'iH-  elei' thai will curt: v^'.i. Try a I o tl  It   cells   for  y'ill    curt'.    Vein  25   rents,   j)  ,. .       more  I'or sills by  ,;Bobortmi. Bioore,  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  '  " M A~ ������ ���  ft,  *  yk . -,  The l.-irirosfc 'ivnhmcbc ever measured fell in the Italian Alps in 18S">.-  It contained  250.000  tons of snow.  Tbe upper house of the "I'ynwnld,"  or 'piirliarnent, of tho Isle of Man,  consists of eight members only.  gggSSSSSEBSBl  More than half the battle in  cleaning greasy dishes is in tha  soap you use. If It's Sunlight Soap  it's the best.  WImt  i.IakcK T_-iii��:s Giovt.  According to Maurice Springer, n  French writer on the subject, the energy of growth is closely related to  electric energy nnd may be identica  with it. At any rate', growth energy ia  closely connected with tbe phenomenon  called osmosis���that is, molecular pressure due to' differences of density in  adjacent liquid masses. Such molecular pressure In the ceils of the body he  believes to be tbe phenomenon that underlies: the nmltiplicatiou of tiiese cells  i in growth, and osmosis has been shown  by experiment to be closely connected  with electricity. The writer referred  to believes that we shall soon be able  to measure growth energy as we now  do heat or electricity and perhaps control it so as to produce tall or short  families or races at our pleasure.���  Success.  Perfectly   Safe.  A tourist in n remote part of Ireland,  having stayed, the night at a wayside  inn not usually frequented by visitors,  Informed the landlord in the morning  that bis boots, which had bceu placed  outside his room door to be cleaned,  .had.not been touched.:..  A "Ah, shure," said the landlord, "and  you inoight put your watch arid chain  outside youi'Arooin door in this house,  'and.athey wouldn't bf touched."���Lou-,  don Kiug. '   ,'  '  Quite Similar.  La Moutt���Who is that old fellow  that is always huatLng for you to buy  him a drink? y       - - [  La Moy no���-He claiths to belong to  the upper crust. "  La Montt���The upper crust, eh? Well.  I notice be is always short and always  dry.   '���,''��� '  v ���-  Plenty pf Ti-n.h.  "Perhaps'." ventured, the unsuccessful 'contributor, "you didn't consider  my little .ode triii* to life."-  "Oh. it was true enough," replied the  editor. "I assure yon there was more  truth than poetry in what you said."  .i.-. -. <*. ;  Ono d:yv v-:. *��� ��� "-.'.  the r>a:.y-:_;i :c.r./ :;..  ?.7j0 men. 1 wa- a -nuii  beho'd n I'la.iesf'" I  stetidilv  advaiii-i'.ig io  ;ii" ���  fin  ."art  --litlit-'i  SulWi V  u   Itl !  .! by i  \y io;  and I  us  with  ile eves upon us and dtsphi'ved a store J finally be roasted alive. y  f ivory well calcuhited to inspire ter-.    ' Water is slowly growing scarcer; in'    .  _.. _.._._..... ,.:.... i _. ....��� ..v.. ��� the iifres to ronie nil hiim.nh be'nitrs and  6B  What.is known as "goose flesh" usually results from n low condition of tho  system-line! is reully a slight chill. If  i-oti have such attacks often, it would  be wise for you 'q consult a physician.  digniiied step ittul undaunted bearing..{  Lashing his tail,, from side lo side and,J  growling h.'inghtil.Vi he fixed liis terrr-  bl  o  rot* among the.timid natives.  A headlong, flight of the 250..men'was  the immediate result, and iii the confusion of tho 'moment four coup lew ol my  dogs were allowed, to escape. .Thest.  instantly .faced the lion, who, iinding.  by his bold bearing he _iad put his enemies to flight, now been mo solicitous  for the safety of liis. little .family, with  which the lioness was retreating iu the  background.  Facing about, he followed them with  an independent stop, growling fiercely  at the dogs, which trotted along on either side of him..-  As my natives had all deserted me, 1  considered it unwise to interfere with  his departure and, calling back ,my  dogs, saw the lasl of this king'of, the  forest, without regret. ��� "Five Years'  Hunting In-Africa."-' :|  nent scientists during recent years:  The land surface is diminishing;-the  human race will lx*- iinaliy drowned.  Ice is accuiuiilatinir at the north pole;  some day the earth wii! fall o'U of balance turd man will be utterly annihilated by the rush of moving.objects. '  The earth is gradually approaching  the sun;  the  lasjt  man  \yili  therefore  The. i'*"'l   "1"  tli-.   -W.-vvId.  Here are six views ou tiie end of the  world that have been given out by ciui-  the ages to come all human beings and  animals willdperisli for the want of a  drop of moisture to . A:<1 their parched  tongues.  <\*ith the boginuiug of the,year 3006  A. D. mau will'commence to retrograde and will' finally come to' be a  .creature no larger thaiva plant louse.  The sun-is burning up.;-as., she cools  the earth's glacial ./.ones will enlarge,  and the last remnant of humanity will  be frozen in a heap.  "When G_tsli.��iit  Wns Nevs*.  The first shop in London lighted by  gas was one of which a Mr. Acl.eriiuin,  a German, was the proprietor. , This  shop was on the Strand, and the date  was 1S10. One of the ladies of rank  who often visited the Ackerniati shop  was so delighted with tloo brilliancy of  a gas jet on one of the couuters that  she requested the proprietor to let her  take it home for the eveuing. promising  to return it safe and sound on tho morrow. 1/  i* t��. * - f  ni *.  'i  v *. ��� _  11,  '-( V  ���        *!  I ,"A  i  I  'p.'-i't*  f"  it  _���3  fey  WMW^^>^,.-y^:5JWB.g��g^^ ,  THE IRE -LEADSB. mmrjm DM"  imu c��  M*# ,PJIF Urn j      U I a l��   W  A iblishe-dir the irteiect o; the iconic {  cf ?<Io\_c a:.;: I_A_.-,_ Kootenay.        i  i"'^KU?  Ma'1  ?��S������r*��;S5_e?^^ [A  H      ������ '    ^��:*y4^..'^-J.��3S_^ fe  1 ' *������*'"- ������-Vt^4'^ ||  i..^g,r_w3g7'ys^>:>-=re^^  ���_-,.   -,r -,-._-._.y_--2_*^�� ..-.__^_^yr"wv^y' irvj.-rfl-yjTwy *.-o^~lyy f��g.��>^v_  ~~~ ���  - '  -**Jv*"  -. ._". ���j-.ZVTII i; CC.j  P-till Ichors.  rates cr >,*tT3'.c;_iirTi.Ti;.  ?ATUEUAV.'.TTTJVE6> U'O-'.. j  T " '  -^-n -3._rsi^.^__.v- .T-=^*��� T3cj__:r-^*T_#r��j��_rTwsi**-t_r_-��  rhe'iai'e Rigift Hen. 7/. E. Gladstone  onca   saiti:   ���'���Nothing except "the mini  'can make money withoul aUverlssing."  rThis is vvny Gladstone   is roRiembcrotl  ns the Grace? Old Man  Stricken With Paralysis at Hghj  Eight Fears of Age, Ml  ��� Knapp Gomes Vety Near  Death's Deofc  a f����  Ui  .Wltlicuf 'Hops of a Gore,He Triod Pcwfey  -Liquified Ozone an_S V/as Pleasantly  SurprisedI With Beneficial Results, -  8 '  *-    i  W|pO|eo tdUuf UlUull; k  ���' |       NO. 365, A. I*. U.        ! fe  Evidential    lots   op.   Campboll     I '                      ' j ����  street.'                                                     j Meets in (ha I. 0. 0. F. hall every , g.  1 "���** itir-i!.iv  pvianir   r.t   f.    o'clock. I R?.  .J:e��d.n.M    lot.   .:,   T.vi.,0^. . ",- J  j^^^".f, -5rd,_n, jn. i g  street.                 , ,                   ,   ,,              ���   . > \\  j vitcil   to   altei.d   these   r:*see.:ng-.. ' ��*}  Jlouee _:.id lot on Victor... afreet,     i    ' ' ,   &  House and   let  on   Lake Shore ���   I ., ,,, . tK  i Pren. boo \.     v.\_  avenue. , , !  i   ���TK-p'-i j^-waw-wwT-rvaffi-t j.aKyjcrc*:*' nk*i*J&HaG^**iwy~mj*2  Buslneca    block    en     Vic-torn r~~ZA~' ~~r    ~    ~ "r"  street. - -    ' ^��^S(^^_>-     '    l- V" U> K '    ?;'  L_oocl (bury %)*.*. ei_ie33 near town.     ' ^?^-<r0.^p^S^ -A .   i   kv  jM:ning ptock, L"\fcotn every Monday evening in   their! ,%$  hall  ou   Victoria  streat.    Sojourning'   &,**!  $S*J?  fl  .Il  I  ���������-�������/  ^  k  "ra.  ���v^y h j. b  ..  FOB KENT.  The jtrieo oflojtl now is  I'liictic-iily Gradually He Irnprovecfj Day by  ihosnme r.. it \y:m one yor sgo���nn i Day Growing Stronger, Until  iiiirher or no   Jovor.    Silver,   hoivevcrj Every TraCQ of This Usual-  i�� about two cents  per  ounce higher) .   ly Fata! Disease Was  now than it was   this   time   last   vear�� _-..'..  -,-,             ,         ,-         - .         * '            Eradicated.  I hero    as   ;_een   (lidannomtinent, ovor  ' Odd Follows cordially inviU-tl.  Office rooms and living  appart-   . j  ;.   j^ J)lli;jnr0XI>) v. j, ^VfJfj  ments on yicoria street.           ;        j               Noblii Grand. "          Secr'y.     j g  |   r^*-******-M-u��-_rTy^'j_----r-i-)MJ^,j--^'iw^^ , ?_f ^  _ .                                                , ^ V  IIou..e_> for rent.  Tho an .est buy of tho   season, and   yon   wi,U double vou-  Dioney an lliree niontlis.    Th-n com puny   have   12 . cUtij.i  which surround thc St. Eij^ene   mine���the  largest s\l\rr'.  .lead mine on the American continent.  business.  the present low price of ilicc-o   n.etiil."--  for it wm, the general prodic'.ion that u  __-..iuly rise y;o:?liI   _'*>nt:r.::-j   lln-on.^li  i   ���the i^onihH of jr.prii, _.:;'y tind June-,     j ^  ���Hyivc vou ever dreamod   ul    h   sii.u-  mer in (he country,   witli   iiothiny   to  do bnt rake sv.'eet t-njellNig   ii'ay,  f(���*.-( 1  the pigs   ai*-.:!    drive   the   cuwa   h'jino  Al.vni she crock botloius in tha ' v.Mt.1  oi  -ii an iiuin Mviiiglit?    A.iid   ilid   yn'ir  liri'.Mn t_vi*r p;->J wi'l; ;i   fari;ieiy   nay  .i  nitillitu hi    of   f.-irinir.*.   I>.-"*-s��finj; ovt*r  V'Hi and olftiing yon i'abulou-;   .���urn,*- ii  y.ia ivouUI but cotr.c   and   loird   ivith  tiiciii?    Well, the    dream   iias   alnni^i  come .true.    In    lhe ' first   place,   I lie  farmers of Ontario are fac'ng  p. "Jiireii  hand" famine,    in tiie field there   aro  no men to care for the    crops,  and   fa  'ihe household there may   soon   bu no  1 women to make the bread,  and   skin.  It is "Vf-itl*. great  pleasure  I   add a'  ' .rhich I have been  j .mien i. navo been J |J  1 afflicted for about j %. p _,   <��> ' ��� j  f three ycr-xs past.        <��)&.&��� '& WQOStfG  j       Tho Bcvorol con-      "'" -*    ' '"  '  " i  Gures Pain Instantly  jl      CLX_._.l\vLUI.i    X\J1  rthrao ycr-xs  Tho se von  cultationstjl  <%%&�� few particulars of  i-sbS-A^ th0  P.8rfGct roLje��  ^sJOSlt, or    a ^ uommrliat  ���*j~ r-fj clangei'ou-.   -   and  PO-VyLEY'S       I ' very   disagreeable  LIQUIFIED ailaont'   with  j-\-7p),*n ' ' ���n^'b*f>"h T finTTrt tie,,  ,   CUiJES  DF'SnSiSr    I      ^several con  nJ5?PG    1   oaliationsSI  havo  DISEASE  ,     i   had on fche nature"  .GEI^MS  < W 'of this  complaint  ���"    WHEREVER \\ doubtlessly     con-  LOCATED. j^Winces medical  .-s^vr^-syrr^*' -^aJj mcn that: , ^ "was  ^^nii^^-J-5-J   Bnflerin& from  "***��� paralypis, and the  only fidvice popsihlo to give under tho  circnm_.t_mccs was to keep qui ot, without ?.ny hopes of a perfect-eradication  of the disease if self.  Li order to exhibit to you a more  detailed synopsis of the-usual operation of tho disease I will rolate. how  the lp_sfc atisck proceeded in its course.  On May 14, 1902, while eponding tho  day with friends at Shannon street,  the firr-r. symptoms appeared in the  Ihird^ fin per  of .tho left  hand, very  ' Farrell & Smyth  ���_���      - v  \vc do a general commission ��� Moyie Board, of Trade,! &  zinois     ' ��� ���      '        ' '        ' I   i T-fl  Meets on the first Wcdne__da5'  fe'vcninj; of each i.:oiith at  S 'o'clock sharp   in the,court  j hoii.-e.  ��� !. Ja-.ks Cnoyii?, Hoii. Vva.  L0:c35'   " MOYIE, B.C,     ,       ,   A. I'. MacdokaIjD, Jres.   ���  ^^^y^^yj^l-^.i.^^.'.^. ��j'_��?CTnrCTWTOnCTrj   p_ p_   Joi:x.-.TO>T  i-l. Ca-"-:j.kix,]   k"S  Harvey   &  , McCarter,  _   , I'OKT 5.T__I___I_, )J.G  in any part of'Body, j     n*���^ ncc^r & rm^m.  r.i-vizL.Tor,!?, ii. c'.  Without i.iking n drop tif  l.oedicino. All the superficial  paius are relieved v/il'hotic tbo  big risk oi biking dangerous  drugs into the. sy.-fem. Irs  v.-ork   is    simply   marvelous.  gone (o the cities, or are on   the   way../ rcachjQg the brftin> Xfhen ali p0,Ter of  aud the giris are   inclined   to   be   no! j articulato   speech ceased and a coma-  far behind them.    Their'dreams arc o! J��S .fi^JJ  ^^7^1', 1-^sting/b^t  Jiour noura, when fionsstion gradually  , slrj'scrapers     and   bargain     conn tori  glowing electric signs,   and   beautiful,  ���.tviftly moving trolley cars.  1:1}    SliiE   I'0>G-   JTA.IZU    llJLIj.  They y ere clEiiainr iu thc _>_.nli_;_i!  Or tfic_ i-vu-mcf -irce'di lift-,'   "   '  *i'i'3 \va . b-.ti'll-wirhotit c   _u-_U;a"__-_..  ITo vvii-j w-iit'.ii'i  for t\ v/ifo-   '    ' ,  Anil !io_ cheeks woro rich and rc_.y  And her lips wurc luclous red,'  -.0 He pressed her dimpled fiasjers  "��� 'As ho looked til her and -jiid,  .���\s they stood tiieii in thi. heather  Where the ro.ad had crossed the ril',  "May we uot fare together  Up this loiig, hard'hill.'"  .Now her hand bigan to tromhlc  And her e>es were, inil of terns  Ass]ic trained theai on the road thut  Wound away among the years;  But,she had no voice to answer  Him; she could uot understand!  F6r Ihe future lay b.foie her  '.T.lke ft Jar-oft fairy land.  -Therp was sunlight ou the boaUier,  There .va-; music in thc rill,  A*" they .vent away together  Up the Loner, hard hill.  Oftentimes thc way was suuny,  Other iiniCa 'iwus. full of lure",  But the love tlie.t had come to them  Was the true love that endures.  .Tliotifrh tl'e bonny brow is wriiikied,  Though tbf rn> i-tt Jock y- yri-i,y,  Yet tlie road mrtf'-it ha^'e l-.-fii rotiglior  Had they gone ti<o other way.  Now tlie fioit is on Iheheiuher  Aud tiie snow i.s 011 the nil,  And tliey'ri* coasimar down the shun tide  Of the long, hard hill.  C'Y \V__u.____.,  ���eturned. Since that time very slight  symptoms of ptylism havo been .experienced, but at present no romains  exist. , ,,  Kow, in order to account for oo sudden a total cure' of such a generally  fatal, affliction, we have to refer to  J.WO causes, either the interminate  counsols of Higher Powers or tho re-  pulfc of happily haying taken the contents of a small, bottle of Powloy'a  Liquified Ozone, taken, not with" tho  hope of curing paralysis,'but to" try its.  effect ou the E3*stcm.        '' '     '  I havo since seen wonderful results  from ihe uso of this remedy,'1' and  earnestly recommend its application  to all sufferers, '  I am, yours sincerely,  (Signed),      F. A. KUAPP,  93 Huntley st., Toronto, On*,  Toronto, Oct. S3, 1903,  +s��&4t  Price, $2.00.-  CHRISTIAN      NIELSEN,       .Agent.  M0Y1K, },. 0.  Barristers-,,-&__S_Qlicitors.  W. P. GTJSD  ItASlRISTKK, SOLICITOR,   KTC.  CRANBROQKy     '.  [-s-ivrs-wj- "? ������=-**ar-y_.r^T*a��Tjs-ra-  0. F. Di']7.AULNlER '  JDKAIEK   IX  ||9f��^-S��  '?  George H. Thompson,  'j* guL'MHi um ij'j ^.��'aa-ajantg  DR. F5 E. KING, '  3E_>_SS2^'!I_-_b;��-3?;b  i  11  Oranbropk, E, C.  h  ,   PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q,ue9iisf A jq.   '' .MOYIE  COSMOPOyTAN'  ITSIs,  BAR/tI.STKZ{, SoLrCITOli,    No     I/I Wtej-^J  lai'y Pubuo, tic.  ujfs,- Chemicals  Solicitor'fur lhe, rinpori.il  '��� i3.-ink of Oan.'ida.  CHAX11ROOK,      Bi-msK Coll'muu  Toilet Articles  Drug and Stationery  Store.  i * i  Office'Stationery  .School Supp-ies.;  L%-riC_TJr_u'L*^?^rf^vZ-�������� --jrr���y  IT'  UOVIE'S   LU- .,13c   HOTEL  2. ���  "fAAA>"'���f<*'izy\$l,)  Our aim is to please patrons,  Good  Jtiift and  b_.tt.eii  hc-si-  elp/ays on hand,  JOSEPH NiEDERSTADT, Prop.  m:oyie  British Colum'bia  i ., ft- l  '  i- .'.'_���{ Itf��  .��� '���      . <->  _-,      ' ��**���!���"���  ^���-- ii  fA' A ��r  i;_._*fiAv  f'.'.fe;^f  V5&  The best of accommodmlonf  forrthe iraveling; public,  P. J. McMahon,  Mgr.  5*i  XIJ3D/5Il$ ril>T,\IiIESTEI{/3J2J*0JpO.  igj-us ' yoof ^  s RP'cr'BpPi"  Pfirte? and finttlsrf  ��i  HE. P. A. K1?APP.  'Ttss.Reason WJiy. Ozoss Cijres  "Hov.- is it," enquires a correspond- |  <?*nt, -'t].f:!; 0"*_):io ci-:c*t P.hou:-_:'jti__��_i ;  ?fi Y.'eli as O-mtumption, Asthma as !  ve:t- r..j AA.ir.-y rJ>,uiL-, anA Caraxrh I  ad Vv-eii ti} Uy i't-i'-fa ?   Theso diseases-.  TO AXD FROM ALL  Joints  ��� VIA ���  A'do Great ;> 3vl��l.'.  In I'buost every neighborhood tcnie-  ,pne has diud froi.i an -Attack oi coac or  phulera i_:orb��*_, ui'i-_;i: iciuie nred:cii:e  could lj. procure".! or a j-liy,_iuiun bi-.m  nioni-d. A reliable ri-medy ior th-.si-  dis-eai-.i-i. t'liuuKl he J-.sp. _.t h_.nd. Tlio  iibk is loo  ��.',t'ait   fur tniyuno   lo   take, j ~ri'" n'* *" **\ ���''��� -     ' --:Ai:-, '��-.;.'.! t;. xandiciua ,  Clvmilif'-l-m'.     ("' .l-f     ri.r.'ur.        ,, ,     *1'"'1 v-��'*'i(1   c*!'J  uuo of   them v/ould I  Ui.inii__.Lm u    Oohc,     t,bo_era     una   viobahly bo us'-1c.-j \.-ilh tho other."    ."  Oiarrhooa   Humt-dy   hum   undoubtedly;     Tl:�� f.n.--.v. r   <o  thia   is:   Powloy'o '  fc.tved tlie live*, of more p.t.pU; nnd  it- | ^i',1"'.1;   VJ',','"?. ir,-!.l,(_.l: t, "^iciri0'"lc ��� **;\ -u  lievud iiioio pain   and  suiiAnng   tmny ^V^Al:v: \a^A^'')^^"^:^^: !   ��^ ^ v,-j ^ ^ ^^yti  any  utii.r   inedicine   m    i!_o.    J i  c.t:_ j _' ''*���'-c' '.*    -'','-'*' -'A1 in *J1 i-1''-' unaaimona j J__\j  Oil   ^iLj.^/ J. JLJI  always b:.   deiiendod  imou.    I',,-   . .i. i ''.'.',. ?.! '''.'..V.' :.:,;';":".f;:l.f}-': y��  ' Ji di*;- '  JL tfc.vL.is_��'A^    V V    .L/C'  V    C  FDR   ITNE   TAILORLNCi    GO    TC  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  fl  _  U.  duality not excelled in the country.itlTryjitJand  be .convinced.  t>,' i_s- _^r^ ^ :>  V"rw��rri������v�� /��n-_>iwJw*<-  " Ji'ino   Suitings,    Overcoating |  Troucf-r?,   Imported     Goods I ^  MOYIE,  'H'l II K 1 _.  JLi_ w A JL_i IJ e  7^. 7''. J0I1JVS10JV  ILCiAm  **���    _-*v. fr-S  _l _> ;!"--.riU?  - $d  ^l-JgiOjI.  K^S>v^-*r<'4'  j.    K.3'_a-yi  (EAST K00iBAY BflfTLING   COi^  ��� (AiA.A'CnOOK, 0   G. '''  always b..   depended  upon,    i'u:-   r.,.1^ i rA.A  by .ti! durt'.-'iti-*,  2,'Oiicf:.  (."iit^^hy (11.0:2-1 f:orm3 in |  .. i ;<.. j(.i."i. u Ln. L^ii toiiclu-nv.--Iv !  :'-*' ,*��� .i i.". ''..-J.i.-ln of dif.'c.r-'.n cv.:e<i !  f -!'| ' -'���>:* - ilf- s "."G tLe-�� forp'f; nnd' I  iln'.i w. :i li.' , are dof-h-wed tin* i  1 I yii'..A I-, .-iTia1..';,- ;;eb. \Voll.   It i. ior I  luMiaii.ittt.voniicActtoro'riiiatoih.Mi,..,, ! i. , i" *' --1 "-^ ;f ^vol i. It*, ior I  ���ng of uivu. midaircim.-.., bi.-.iiK Clmi.t...- ig^ I ,' A '' '"''A '"' \A <*"rrn;'0 < H-C'-to enrns ;  K. s. I..t'.���.is97. y     ���    ' . ^-it.,H-. ^., ,,( ,ai, ,_,-.,���,; ..ir,:o.sfc i.n;pos.siblo.,tnid it is- !  Notice is, hereby j.;iven vtliui .ipvli'-.iiiion hns > A*o IliO I'C-n.on- it-''cur<*-a bo inaiiv rlif- '  been rnnduby tl.ieEnsr. Kootenav Lninber  Com-.   I'oi'o'iife A'i.<--fini*i-��.    ' 'i ���  iiauy, Lirnilbd,  of   Uniiibroul:,' Brili_l.  Colma-  bia.   Ig   tlie   ticiileiiinit-Uoveriior-iu   Council-  iiiiucrtliojirovi-.ioiis  of   llie  above memioped  Actforciabortiy. ia jirot'oeil upon   tbe oxpihi'  .'ioirof sii'-i-y.'d.iyb' frln'n tbe !iiv:l:   I'lUbliciititm  of-  tins notice in i.be-lJriiJsh Columbiti Guzette nfil  .'loyie Leader, neM-smijicr m-.Moyie, 11. C,  vitb  llie reiuoviil of ob.srru..-rjoiiM and  tbe construe-  lion  of  diim.';,   slkles  tiiiU   booms,   anj   other  wo rli s theroiii and liien.'on nce'essarv 'to  ffteili  lute the iiijuiiiiK mul  traniiiuillin^  of Jogs  und'  limber   hi   Uie   -Moyie   river  below Die  lower  .S.oyie lake, ayil also-lo tiilru and use i--iy binds;  trbicb may be  neeesi-'iiry   ior tbe coustruellon  tif Iho said works, iilso  that  the   toll rate  uro-  jio-ied to be charged ia   .-(2.00. per thoufiiitid Ice!  iionrd measure..      ���      ,  Also that ibo t-:uid comi'iuiy Lave deposited  with llie Chief Commis..iouer of Ltinds-an.  'Wiirk.., at ^'ie!.OI���ia) B. C-, mans aud jilnir.. and  book of refcreuco, as re'iiuii-ed-by Uie said Aet.  'J lie lands nnii water Ao be uU'eeted bv- tin.  "-aid work will be tlie lands adioinin.ii aiid the  i. tutors of tbe BiiiaMoyie river, belew thu said  .Movie lake, and the said lower Moyie lake.  tinted at Cranbrook, li. C, tin's I'linih day of  Ajiiil, liKlS. W.F.OViilS,    .  Solicitor for lb -- "uvi.tic'anls.     Cninbi-ook, J!. C  X'oviloy'.'. ���Li'iuified  Oi"^*.o   ia'  pol  only hy   r;.!i;A��A.,dnit:rfi;isiv���i:;eycr  h  J,��;.'ddlr-r.y. , "A-io   price , is' OO  cents p.iid  .���..j.(.'���.;��� |,-.'iy'y.i:;:;.]o.   ���Q.ur- frco boo!dor.-o*.;  J"-rtoy>t,Oi yotir ._a*_as,fitid .uldres-v   '���  "-  TiiE GAG:.!. CO., Limited,   -  Toronto, Out  d-  'y  .-   T0 ,       .���'���'���'.  Hpokanc,   yeattlo' and, Ouiiiic  Point!..  :        St...l'tHil,Diik.tb, Minncupolis        .-  Chicago and-roiiits J.'_;ii.t.  Aretddd WuCors of all  V:* " "I  J.....Jlt.JL\i.U>  QnUirH ��-*jf.ci[<3ci.  Soda Wator  and Sy]jhons.  8   '  to  ���7.   mo'������):���:.  U**-..--in.jur��.-s.   u>4..  ���'Ji.-.vij.iwj 'JUw*kju.nu��H4i  ZxZJOtr^ziiSSX ftr^t*:  e% TRAINS. bAiLY'Vg  t-   PAST TIME    ��  yy  .Joseph's  ���Convent.  New,' -Equipment    Tli rough out,    Dny  ���-���-    Coi'.chesy Pubicu'  nnd. Tourist y  parltnMit. P;ire:i(s tlj.ouid write fur  particn!iir_. One jncinl.li . n;,-snro_i tlio  .liiib.io of the (hoi*oug])iu-::.s of tiie  'Sistor.s* infthoiii-   of ttifichii.t:.    Tormf--  ^SSSs^tx,MUissouiBE por the-idEADErtl;1:,ulT','cc J;mUi!ry; Aj,ril ^"] *(At-  ^S^-^^iB^u' .'  "' I'li-in!.-: ."..'-0 :i'.li,'ii!,b-d 'Iu'-'-h-  .<*-' i,  8S��!*_Wtffiii_:-?*-%_��..>,_ .������--���   b ���,-���      .  Sleepers, Dining and Buffet Smoking and   Li~  1 ',-     britrv' Cars.'-  ���_S.K!_S0N, n. c.  ...���ioiirding and Buy School-; conduct-j  ��.l J*y the SisVera of St. Joseph, Nelson !  B.   0.'     Oomnierciid.   and,   businc^sA ,  <jiiurse'__;ft  specialty.--.Excellencr* 'iu.dl    Por Tickets,   Kutc.,,   Foldora Und  swift.   pro^r^B   o]:!:.racl.eaii.o   each   do- !     Full   ini'ormatijn, call on   or   ilfI-  dro-.-Aiuiy   Grtat Northern Ag.vnt  or v/rito  A.  <;. C.  n.*SMNT'��XON*, O. IV. P.;A.  01*2 First Avonuc. '     Skattl!., A7,._Am  i..  mtm��yasi m  lS'lIOJLESAf.!.; A.N I; liivTAIL '  A  MEAl^ a MiSHiGHANTS.  Frt-sli   iMid Curcid 'Meats, /preali-  Fisii, Game   :in;i   Poultry.    We  ���supply,   only tli,o_ bcst.y-'Your  .triido .solicitoir.  :.?.rAuici_:xH  In 'all   the'.;Principal  0itieg .and: ���"- Towns   in  y.   British ��� Oolumbia.:  '-"-.iCRANBHaOE, B C.  IlKAUQUAit'l  HliADQUARTERS   FOR fcOMMKRCIAL X  AMD MINK MO MEN'    ' |  - ��� kicit'ism <,(��i.i;.*:i(i.V   'a  ll'  t��S��S*��Se:���*&t-:'C*S.l.'-s������S-t-fi���'S$*aeC^^^ 3??-^  rw?!!!i*?!^ii__-_?'^^rrfci?Tti^  ���������"������������������������������������wiii.iiii-inn  -i_._i_iihh.i _..._ n..* ��� t���*.j-*wj  CHAS.   P.   CAMPBELL,  AM  :i;%T��  ;"-A^^  . -,,- -Vi>*a-  ?, __.(!���#  Tlio Halcra not Grilles  Saniiarium.      I  ARROW   LAKE;:_Ba G.  Unciortaker  und  Embalnier.  yi  lie [Vlost Complete  1; Health    Resort   on  ..ihe    Continent     of  North America.  Coflins*-, Oaslcota, shrouds of all h'��;-  und sty lea constantly kept in stock.  Otfico oyer Iihpcii:ilyJ3ank  oi^A-"tu-  J adit;    Ttilpgraph and mail   crdorrf re-*'  j coive prompt  attontion, ' Open.  ni_;!lt  ,-.  :n .">,,,, .-,A     d, , ��� Und day.    Phone 43. ''���.--  ��� lis Iiv\.-J.II,*5 Cure  all   Nory.ouu   and   ������.        '     .  Muscular Di.ca^A | Cranbrook;  lis : \VATEKS'��� Heal ,��ir ..Kidney. '  ,uivct*;!U.id Stomach Ailments..'  They   are  it   Never fail ing    Eomedv  for all Kheumafic Troubles.  TERMS-!!'] 5 to $18. per Week,  ac- !  cording to rc.-rideiice in,Hotel or Villnd  __j_j______.j__?l_'i.ii____i ^���*ff**��yj,r,iiif^i^y  1 %*f "^iVj?  I y as  mm  b. a  Mrs. W. A. Prest,  I'lioiogr.-tpher,  mmrbwf  '     A-    -     '}:       ������   '*','  In'McGregor'Building.  Open 'Wendnesdays  and Saturday,  >^M  \    \w V  if'  I .V-  xm  i ',',���  v


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