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The Moyie Leader Jun 27, 1903

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Jill Iff'If] (CamP:!l^Il- .-.'Evei'ything.was conducted;  i?:or:r��ae;aci  'a-tforabje:  li3��  BEEItlffillllil  :-."-y^hr;etic6i;ra'g'iri:gi':'pie.ce;0^  received; lieiCs:; this YwefelY iii:; -;���'&;,,; lei ter  written ^  InlvO'ttawiY^^  ageipt; Y\ir. :Dre  openly^ and^a.b6yi^.^-.board;'Vandy.''se-veral',,  who '-.yere''oi /opposite 'pbUtipal'.faith  pccupicj,':!.'seats in. the, liall.. y, ��� '��� :��� :: ifJ ';���".  X'On D.-JYEl'm'e'r being'rappainted;. pA  UieYhair^  retary..��� pro. 'tefcrY titer meeting:- g��tr tp  husiness.Y^  cera elected,���:��������� %?Xpw::������ -P'Xp:Xy:f' :x'' ;,,'��� 'X--  ��� YJYesident~A.'-!*?-J^acdpnald, A xyP"- ';i  %f}jccrstaryr~!&:, 'AjiIsXiI,��� Pf 'PxPfX'P'xX  .A.Treaisurer-^AV^W^Suther^Lid, ."���,".;��� . ���. y  P ;'Executive; eo;tnmittGe-7-p.:J.'y;Eliijer,y  '���Bi J. ;iicCarthey,'E.yX./Mc^Iahon, :.;F.  ��� Wi,JF,Ti'ihy;-Y;-''']Tesaia A'X'X'X.  PiyhlrPBcale showed' hi3-yheart.Yy|*3i^nr  tiie< righ'fc^  ibis'ofcqeriQr-ia'!coinmu^e'e- rootiiP'XArPf  ���>, y -The as soici a ti on '~i s ��� :.h o w ������'} in' a t ha, ;:h arY  'ness for; tjie coming canipajgri, .andA\t  exniect3tb;niake:'';a:;;'gdpd;. showing Y^K  '.itself.;;;. PP.a a:P X:p: :AafyP AA^'iPfyPPPxPA  "���yCy^^^  iOlROI  YVesIey pline ;haa xn^yed. liifl, -Ta'railjv  tbrvraribYoQlfvr'Y;;,^' .'P'PPP'PA'PPP-PaXa'^  that: iteYiasp every; a  goVer.n;merit :-ir.il|  -lead Ytiffi^  BtvEui|eiie/arid;6(he^  inYh%;;Kbotenays.%ork^  . .. J;dei|t:is.;Mr; I)rewry''th^  WJ done that  g��yi;eba::'P-t6'"';.have:--'.;.o.all?"--;necc.e's  ima'di^p;^  ..Yictbrla'^'street-in -order itb-^BaveJ it .          ��?: :gady'|r;,^ciip^n  Mbyiebrkneh;.'ot,hisiRvrnAyXxXXXXf. X'[  ���'Yl^n't ibrgetlb; fe^  pleaiy of J**! anpin.;tbwii, no yy..; A. a- 'xxP  fyXirs.���'(lJ5|'r.);'-Higgins pI^Fernie'ig. ..vis1  iling'.with.-.Ht^:':6i3tfer^YMrK^P.VJ;Y]^oJ  Mahbc'^';';:':'. XaX ������'"'" ��� :-A''"':x ' Pp. A PA:. YvY:-  pp ,1, ;;; ;���;' METALpUARKETXy f"p:  y<Ph-i'2Sew " Yqjik:���Bar gHver,;o3g- ������'.;de'nl;'e-,  A' |;:Lead;:.$-i.37-.S*..  Coriper; =51i,75. x-ZindX  *^-| j:(spglt.er) mPlX ....;;-, ��� "APxXxX:', '''P.,-,, 'a  ���LQ$DOx~L#&&,-Ji'l'XP''P:PA "      .���"'������ ������aP':''  teHis'::':of<InteF8st;  eft";:':���:::.  . ;'������';'������.to.wmom it 7iav. co^JCEiiw.,."!;"..Vr;;"  r Jf youYntend ..-..pvirchasing-';property������;.,.  'in/lMoyie^ don't. wait.iiDtij 'the; .minesr'"  opeiir''up-,,i,;bbt' buy.';'nd*,v.'.':r;fieed'),:; ,j.,r  E.liri-er;.y:;' Ho, has; lota. "'fo��;; .sale'YiYrall '>'  parts of -town.' yYtlso^tore-Y hobaes and,y\  slables.'f6r:.re.n;.tr:':"���. ���,.:."Y,i,.'., ���',���; "'';���'' 'A.xP.x'\:  ::';;::;Sp^C03;^nd;:\  ^" aiid $ '^t&ppXp a '-a: a  ',' ;.o.. :   .'';:. ���'���"��� dUiivchiA'icrvtciiq. 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''^KKBByTEMAY~-Sutillay:;,schporYit';;3 Y'';  P.WY; SeryicY  ;Suti}(^t;:;.;;/'Ye;;shall;y;khdw  and the truth^liall'ratike, ypti free" ; ;Y:y.;'^  .'.'������''/Xhi;^-e;.c,p��'dia]ly' - loyitGd: i't.6 ;attend: f'p-  lhetie:psQr\iccDX.PyAPi'PyPPi''AA: Xy:..AAf: a-A:X:X '���  ���^pxXxypA, BEQAI):FOOT;;'I?.vst6^  'I jg��^injci��Kvyjii73agaigKa��wPartai^ "  :' iJAdbpted ftt.Kevp)sbi''c, '.Sfep'temZjer,13tiij��� j},903..>.'.,'yX  ������,!;i-i>;;That^  ..thc.j.arty inlmattersYVf ;p'*^  t'-aUs;:tlic (Siv-oqrship 'an.;l coutrpl or ,rail\vay-s.;!.,;  ;aiivi.nhoi'YeveiopT3ipiit%.ofrtn;e: agricujturaYre-. ,..,  ,aniKaigam>ited''wjtb/t^ ap^-ny.; tii.'jtivo-' a  piatfp'rrS^ailcptcd'iii'Oc^  ;y r; La 151 ^Ib n d ay; wm  lh0--ye'arV7Y!-^.J��^.'';*"Y^  :PD'r> I^prenz,;.tiie^Yainpu;s?;Burgednyis  'in'':rilQnireiil;y;;fYr":Y pXff  ;r;Xiptdn;sa;y3;'his"30le;;^'a  'iifYjfcreirica^acupv-vw  A'The Halifax BankingrjOouipany ;:bae  i&01 '���: .vlt',is;; well���'������kripvrn rythat���.,Mr,;I)rerv>ry:  b aS b Semi ri: 6l ��v v?fi: for/ s!o oi % ������ ti ine-; ������ a n d  :.'*>!-a'.,^��v��  Y:i%iM  v.-.-*.* viiti  iiiiiiiiii  Ya.it''Wp MaSita.i;S$Hf$bp,QQpj %  ' ' ���":':-':'"-r : '':-::":::8;0pPY"M :  >yer.?.'y|3iti^  ���'dttriu'fi:':tJio;w3'e'ki"' :Px! PAf.  W:Goxai&rc&:,'PPX:-iAX.pX^-PfAA-'��XA'  ;/'���'. ���'    .,:���:.:��� aav. r: A"''.*'���. A /, .:';.'.';''':'���.'>;; .^'..,: v.. 9\ '���::: ���' . ���'',>  ;::;;B,;;T. :L;o%efyvha3 given'lup^  .!ic'atiqh;,iii;t':'y.ancpu'y  :aia 'o'feceYp^elBbn^fc'1:;;,.yXA'^p.X'Xa AAA  ;; rff li^Aprow's; ./Kes^  ;payroll: Io:r tbermou'th- /pjy'^ay?i'am-_  .ou^ted"��|ll|-20C8^  X* ol 11ier.l '<Sii;na ti oi  :.;^n;'ext&;oY;,tb^  ,.-., ,         ......... .      ...;,;���..       ��� -    .^   ....,-.,.   .,    ������������;    .,     ���;���,        _.. , . ���    : ���������:,! 'i ' ^ fi C 1*1 fc tell    Wil loll   W UI * TO flkb 11103^00^  baa'been:i8sue'd- containing ra  procla �� y:qa :.ja: JohnsonYMYrTuecduy-'. 'for',-'Y"Y-.I-"������'������ PAA\ XAX.>AP.AXXPAXrrX��rvi ������  -^tioif^ingalieddtafbr^  ���'c6a'r.ta ; .ctr.ftYnsionV'thrPughoqt"   the  .        ��� p'rolyin'ee.'.:.:''ry;.',:.,'.'''. .; PAX'xiP-.: aa.. PaXp..P  G0_ yyrpj^ypp.tlr.ts.of;.revisi6n4;6hall;. bey held1  'fXx Yap plication's; '������yiij -Be:r;entered  rqnr;th;e  ppX^fRQ^Qvyex^AppAXxx-'A  [NBRbok:-8RaNCHiit;^  |3,Un,;_;''The proelactaiionYtherelpre,; allpw;s' ijtrs....HillraniYspn;:f  ^X^'y' a:':i:ttl6- oyerieven: Weeks" hY wlneb ;.to:| brook were- visiting xi  g^iyrfts^y^^r- *^y-^.2vf~zv^^ ��� YY      ��� :X:   -:'^-   ��� X ������' ������' aX ���';',; a ^ :j:rj:adyY'unlPi.^ ������cpnsideraqlyv.Pver,-..:t.wp-j;.-  _'.���.;- a-a ...r  nest rtwQ;>n"ppth3Y^  :y^k ,on. his/ctaitnst ;,. ^.���A-PaA'-:.Pa^".^':^-  '.'ii.r.;,t.:,;C.'-;;:-.Y,a'tesf-':��;w  iMlly*;figh.(^fDr--thp^  Xmenl^&now^^ XX'X'^XmAXX^AAiX^AyAA ^P  Ubri^riRegi-itraUpn'ilY  frora;r?tug^  '^^iMer'fdate^l^^^ -���^---���'������"'������':- ^���-���^-���^������-^-   ii^''retenlioiYbf/^ oh; *iHe j'-^'^Y.;;  lists T7ilI.ybG-hsard, and".disposed of,  rvfis3 ''^allace.- 6Y Lethbridge   and  '" '\Yilbur::":of''.pran-i'  g with Mr...and' Mrs.  pajgny^riTlYoiighoYt':: th^,;;.distr.ict'ytbe.  :Cqnce��yViiy&s:-;tire^  fb'rg*ihl3iUipnj;*rV;aU^Q;^  ;-a:iis.Be:giii;ib'g*'^  ;ibg ;fcr:biisinete'3r.:;.;;:r p. XXXyt: x ^A?P'X"  ���.:-Toin,OayiLV.oYG^  pnlY'ni'm;;decKled ���;upqiifYbMtapdr;fbr'  ���tbe".' Oopvssryatiye ���'. ijoininalioii.;' ��� The'.  Oran'J3'rqok.';: ;pqriseryaties���'��� ���������siYbar,. a by'..  AA:.  follows;:..  ���   ���'To^a-vitivetyiidin .the cpnstructioii- of frails a-A:...-:  ilijjougliont tho^undeveloped ���' pprtion'- aud the  bulldirigfof j.n>viiiei'al'  trunk   roads��� df^piLblicYyY,:;  Ycc-uHsS'tY!5"  'X'X'-X X--XAApX;AX:'X."X'.p- fX:^ 'X'  ::XyxqAa^.opA Yie' .princfjues:" Y^?Yovornmeiit-::^:.  o-vviicrsliip oiy.a.il\\iiys iYsceftu: jib ;tbc.;circuha-  ''��� '������  starictY of tiie: province..���yivill Ydmit, arLd-:-the-'.'���;-.:'"'���;���  adoption of the yiiyneiplc fdiat no djouus;sh6uW.;;..:: yP  be;:grari:iBci. to'Eny���raibjayeq-ra'panv Avbich 'does ' r.y  liot; give .tho goye'riiment.oi the i^rpvluccycpnrry'; ;-  trolYf rates:bverMInes:bbn��sed  the optiO'i'oi'pureliase, ������; 'yi: , \.AAXpAy A:AX-aPXX .-A  ���y ''Tb at..ivfilyYs;;ist;by state aiSiaiiritho YeveY'v, ;  op^ieLft'-of't-lie.YigricuHurjil XrpsQrxciis- A-XXPPP  ���proviaccYv" .X.,:;-'- ��� Y'-":-Y' ''^'-'r'.'*.;:.'.;''.'.;" 'aAP': :a  A, Ybat ia;-tfee 'meantimn....: jvud. ���;'.tiutli ��� tiie ��� rait?!, .-���'���';  '..iviiy p6ticy,a.bove setidrtboa'T be/kecompiisbea^,. ���. :  a general raiiuYy ac.t be passed,Yiviiig.'ffcede'inYrP,  to eouptruct;;railw8ys.:,mid<3tvi'-^  'rjesular'ibns,"'iiualoso."'tp;,tUe;s^  :i tvYsultovl iii Ylciv-^xtoTliY��"  Y_| iYtbolTRUodStal.Y.'wItb;  trade1 aud comtaerce.. jr1 'p^:P^P'P[:XAA::'.  A3 :Th,atto.;eneoii.ri'ge the isi.iiin'^ iu'lustryijtli^^-ir;;  taxation of metailtltrpus.inhies;sb  :;tt!e'Va'.5i5 &^  ' YrXbat^tica gbveriirneiit Ywtiersiitprof; teleY/'r  p-iioiiYsy-Eteius?'sbould;Ye Sbi-o*jght; about as.-.-i*. CY  flrsfstep;in' -fiie'-aequisltion'yofpubUc'uH  '������'���Thai a; portion.o'f e.ye'ry eoaJ"arep; hereafter tc'"; r  be dis-oqsed'of should be i-'eserveii. from sale or .,'���;.Y  le'iss.^sp that state:"oiviie'Lnrincs.'������'.tiiay be�� easily  ^aviBiand some go ;sp. far ,;as-,Ypr,say;          ,  '\' "'.,,������ '   ' '" "������ ���������"��� ������:"-* "������''  \ ������ir    --..i'Y- .ijccessli>le,.i��.tb.eir -ci-peratiojj becon-.es uocesssry..��� ���:,  tbat heyyill be a^capdidato wl-etberylie XA^isJ^Apx    y.pp: XP.X:P:Pa1?:. A x.P-  Y',  ���������>*."!  <*, '  raoatha.  Tlie   ladies    p  I'chuTcli'.Vill'' hold  OAPIT^Ly (.Authorized).a  CAPITAL; (Paid-Up)*.,,  ���msT'.'iP,.xx>AA->':'X'''  ..,,.. '$4,000,0001"  Xi'a. $2,983,806  ,;���f;i.$2,��30,31-S  T.*R.:MERraTf,Pres;:'0,KWILM  r^;HAY,>^sisU.nt::<S;en.^Iana^  w-b^' *��� -iTT-viri- A^yr'TI T5 A��f.lJ'; A eoneral banking budi-^  '������ sivi^^>i?A^iSE -v '''��� "'���.''-;'.:-';;  VBraft^  "jjurope. ,. Speciat attention given io .collections.  ������;-.-.��� a<\x?;r       ';; K;H. -MARSH,..-Manager-.l  ��������� ,.A- ���-*>���  ,-*  c.-iwbvrjTjcffraa-"*  'YOFyH,����^^;;'-'-: ;/;r;:  '.-. U)T'TO..SETA; ' ���; ������ '���*���';���. ������/.  . rAHOiJSETortENTY' \-;.;  . ���* ''--M-i N ING.'��ii?OCIC TO' ,KKI>L,  '-Or it'yon wish to invest '  hi any of these co'nuuU ������;���������  FARRELL '���ii-'-SMYTrt.^ ���-  :ir. ' '������'������.'  ���'.;..*.'.���'������   'MOYIE.  ���fei a-  Y|��M��ipp;  .._.��<*.,  A,  mBJ&XllMSAk  ,bottlespr .it.''. It.vgives perfect' satis-  fat ion with' our Wade.-���Kiiyiies;Parljer  -&;.Co;., -i-inevilie,* AlaY'* Eoraydaybyy.: Yii  Drtigt'ists..,..,,- .1'. '���>.  '���.;.-���:.��� ,Y ,::���.''���;.;  XfWArrGH.. RBPAiiviNG YySi'ECiAi-Tr., ;  WY ti nn'A^T^'���������''������  ���..:i'>: jL���&&.&? p:a. ���, .;���  :-  ; JBWKiiKU,; iGl^A5?BKO.pKi.; BY Cv ^~  Oilicuil "Watch InmsAAr i'6vf Y  ,;.;'   ���"���II. (3ro--v;Y YeY. YiyYio  ���" ,'"''-'-��� ,;! ��� -':-' ��� .     - ���:,: ���-' i-'f-ii^.'V ���  kJA- V*.- ���',-W y^il a.[in;>.he  east of, Swansea stntibu. " ,11-* .*.  '������-.: Miss;. E tliel Ben u et t an il Miss 'Wooils  were down 1 rfHn M������rysYIic Ou   a,* vi-iit  thisiV/eel:..-..''A danea wSs'Y-ven tit .tbe  douakl is \vc.ll. .*;���' r=ecl in,"-pqlitic.5,   anil  :n'hi'n; the yuppie��� rerfiztv they 'would  f-UiVllf  .rep.  liave a consoicriliau** and  KoetcnaYXote\ in,vbeir bouoYThurs^ A^'^[-^\ia^ the.  LUY.eyening..y-, vy   'yyV .Miough  .; Ed Taylor forincrly,,of ' Sioyie, and f;.:qthers arc; -V.no.kcii;Xi.P:AY. -F.  Guru's,  Miss-Difi-ilcy \verecmarried in. lumber-1 q3,nte is, frequently. nisntioned,   as- ia  ; ,0 That tliiisilver-lead industries of the province be fostered nnd-e-ucoiirasjcd by tbe imposi-r  tionof iiiere'iised custom's duties  on  lead aiid  le>ul;prpduets imported into  Canada, and that-,.,  'the... Co liter v.a-Live  -members, of. the.l,)a;uinio.u  House be.i'.r.i-ed to 'support'., uuy. motion introduced tor 'snob a purpose-.   ��� A; :������:���'���'��� ..   ��� XX���������'-���'������������������  10 Thai asiitidiistrial. disnuies almost niva.--.:  i>ib:3* result;mcrreat loss.antl;iMj,iiry both; to the.  p-ir-H-.*-: dirv!(;i!jYoueerii(^. anil   to   tbo. public, .,  ie^islatinri sboiibl be passed  to  provide ��� means -..  for nn -uhiearija   ft.jl^.iisriiient  uf  su'eli. rlispntos  betircoii-emplovers ��ud employees;!   ;  ���������11' Tbat.it is advisable-to foster tbo ln-tuutae-  r.iv; products oE the. province'withm;  ;u V.   i  ��~AXX'~-lXi-niGZJ    ;  .   ... ... . . j.-- '��� -,-���'";-'.     ���-���- .   ."     ���..������;.������   ���  . > tut'e of tbo ..... ,      .   ..  ley Wednesday evening..   iliey pitsaeti-j'v.vr,���,���;'Yir.-.t, of'C!co -Hii'ier: - ���''������ ������������ ��v;j'-i.beurv-*.-HicL>iasiai*ftsairaeUcabio.by moans oi  ���X'-'-A,   A'   "XX '������" X"   ���   ��� -K - ������'       - '��� ��� '��� "'    -'   "'.!-1  ���  x   ���;."���'���....-���*���.-��� .   ! taxiitio-fontbe said, raw, products, subject to  i.hrOii!>li iuoyie xnursday .on Uieir way ;     r     ., *.,   .-,.,,,.,.,,...   .y,;r,.^Tvv ..-.��� ;- j rei>��Ue of tbesame in wbole or pattv-ben inau:  |.i;ivctured in.!iitt:sii,Colun*bia.:���   _ . ;'c-  scr'.O.J'  <rti\ r*f  i   f  i-'i   ���    *���<,*>:���;>".., ���   ..'-vf  ^V?'j--!<��!2"?-l m'  to ]v-[fciiao,i!i,YvlY:-c.i:..iey will ���re'sldo.  .; 0. ii.YYBnY;,YivjLrict -'orgn-pi  tlieArlj, TY, will he in Movie ...lo'iRor-j  v.\ will, hold a public meeting.)  I. 6. .0. F..'h-.-'dl  ui, PjvPq   o'-jloe-'h  p, hi.��� YYorybv-dy.iiisyite.i'.   ".  ������"David ;\,!iclYyi'on!Vr 'Ihiy'nr,, iinir'of  the.liitiil" ''olorUs-.oii tiie .(Y-owY' Yvv^l  train,.  ��"���'������ 1:.. "���' ���r'o'f.rnt.vi". r-ici-c-u  '"Snii'tli CartiYfe".retiring,  ivas-mai'i-Hi'.i niiSelsou  on. June : *  ,'   -    .    ���-��� ! di ���:  i'.vc--:iv-h*ii-n   at ;  ���VN  NELSON,  il. 0  11.  Wv'.' ^���av-iAYaiiA  If-i-oLi want aXytXmgP stylish aiicl neat go to  ltiY0C? XjUo .-. : ..;      ������.������;.    ���   ,  T3ie leading Ladies and. Gents furnishers.  *�����=>-���  i^^^swiw'rsrtru^ ��.�����������* Ji"w**'**r'**li"  113.8 v;61iII ciM. Ilv ^^la  PJ-JJK9AUI.NXKII..WK09.    *T<*'l'S. .        ,  '<***-  Lar-e sample room;. h#connection  with bouse for commercial;?��en.S Best'  of accommodations. Y  Headquarters fbr CommonoiaJ and Mining- Men.  ��� ��� -a 'W.u-J   <H^^'*T    ���  The latest thing in  Boots: and Shoe  .- --flats -.and Caps,  S.  2ord to Mi*-.*-* ��� TYulan; i>:  I Gh.uito.nY Tdich..   The h'-ppy cot.pie j  j yyIUY-ieiid tiieii- ,uoiU.;yiueu.i   tmve'I.iiiLC  , ���     . ��� - j  i       ..-��������� .'''',''        ���",'-.'''':���  I ��� Iliiv." A'.ex-.Dinu'., -vlio. lalrriY :.^ ., j  ! I'L-vjibyterian . niia-jionury.'��� ill rdoyie j  ' three years ago, has jsticcoo.ded in pus !  sing-Lis DueLielor of Divinity (���xnniin- ;���  utio'ns 'at Columbia lin-iversity, Yc\vv|  York. -Ha-passed with high boners, j  tii'kiijg un average -of D*i por cent, on all  piipeca.' Ho h,i3'^one"to A'l-'htiitic Cil.  tor the summer.- ��� ���    ,  .r'olih"Holi-ilOil Wilt  Ir/-' ii  canqidate  I lor -.nAjYHiYy ,'on.' tho't-nnpervative  j i\ApXX'X;pA?i;hAAA  ]Aaa;  ... .   ��� ,    ���.'..;:..'.  X. Hi 3/T.^yioi-Y-i. C..,-j.;  !''.iy the YcYcil LiberYs  <]���  AAA  ��� MY  <i -  Slasswarft  MOYIlv, 'P. 0.  QUEKN  AVKKtTi?,  r,--n?  Ki  i  S|{fflactjaciiern&  NY  Wi 1 W  m,  tir oceries,. fctc.  ��� It iii Yi  ���AU'.OAPyPP  Or.U'.l.f'i'.'.  'WAA  t'rpin tl'.e  tiict .'���  i.-:  --.0!'.  Y'oii*i  A  ���   GonsGi-'vatlvo :Co,nvevii)oris.; .. ���������  :..At h inclitii.if-r'oftiio'uxec.uln-i- of the  Provincial Conso:".-ati.--e A-*soeiiifk*!i, i.et'.l at  Vanoou- '  vol-, tli-a pro via co \'vii'.< dn:,i**ioil ii>t(.>.:lv.ej}iy-,sipii>}'- ���;  fr"   o.-;r:i;ii-''.tii'ii ���* ;piivpiis'o>.:. -���  Tbn'-.iCootii.i'i't.':  r  liom'iiia--'' iJ.;,nij:irv .ii'vi;.U;i) is]ii;ul*i u,> <:ii'i!.i*j.;o')lo\vin;j;    ���  ������ .h:*i:o*,;ii-.ci-.v!.<:)-;c-ti.-.:x   fU'-trict*-.:   .R't*v-;!sl,o!".e, ��� Col-  . Y i;.Y;i;i, i^iiiu-j, Cranl.i-oo.'.-.-.Yinii-, Kisslo, idlOOtui,.  ' ,-  ."���",, ���!���.;��� .-,.'-���'. 1 i*'iVi''���:;���, "i 1' ��"��� CL-y'..L'k<>s:-,..-iniV',.uLd.'-the City.-.  -,,S'iifCtei>.|.,(.,.-. x,.Vs,iM.    r\> ihe s;y.-.i..!:i'.u.-oii'ii^ t;'!^! rtoUbwi-LUj ���  | ri;;.\)M.-:;.'.v.,iv >vv;'-a'lv!!-..^-.! - ���". . !��� '���".*  1 M";i;)t- **".. Vj*. v <���* n' fi"*11: -���*' J'.*.������ lioiniiiatinif    canili-  (iat.is .fur -ViL*ii'd.v-.-* oi'' lA - Uyir^l-ttiVL- --iS!*eri.i!jly:.  l.o mii-le i;]> '.if .iliitc-i.*i'.:...'.i '''"-S-'Oi's fo.!lv~>\v-?: ,      ������  'V)*'*'.-; t;;rv vl-'Ctor-i' (!:'.��� :���!!,-!-���,������-iniJ (IclOipitC Co;- -  c-YYYYv ihui f.-:i(-iou Y.sYy. viiio-s- jk'ilutl at..  ,-.iii.--i:..l ������.l-.-.'li..ni hi.-!.. i-ulAA, nnd  it-this  .!..i\-|...U-d   ii>'i-.>   v-:���.*-.:.���-���, tl.*.!  i'-roporiion or ;  iii'li-!^ii f.-s ((-'-'.;���.������!: \.vtW ^:.i!i   tt'  l.dso.i   ./U   t.h^  Vv'>lvVJ'..oi;i:i.l ':i -!-i-A\ \-.\!i*-i i-.t .li'.o   !;���..!'. .luiu'j.u-ij.iU  lOK'S  ;   yo;:.  xXp  ��� - I-  :-ck  lUCtlOI.1 !  nav   (Ji'B  t: i Jv:tiL'U.     . .,.  ���.I.) ..i n otl'-M' v|!..'Civ.ir;.v   .'  .for e-.'ory -ifry or frn..*ttoti '  .-���oviuriii! .-U:i.*lio-iil.iL..I-!l in. AJ.,0,  jAPs to licjii.-SMCtiouo:! t-j vollini-  t.villi.-:, ono iloie'^Hte  iiity vot.es nollud iit  lioU.:-  -tporll  ���Tl  ?muiiJH3--iU��  Aiacl-lcnu Labor Uuioii .lOlociiDiiij.  The loeiil election of- tiie oilicers of ;  the A, L. U*. will be held in the Odd j  bellows' hall this evening. . !  Next ���Monday, June 2,Yh, the elec* j  tionof tho general oilicers ant' lhe!  executive board will ������t*e held. There..*  are two candidates for -president���H. j  .L. Hughes m Spolcunr. and Daniel!  McDonald of Hut to. Chirence Smith!  is tlie only candidate for secretary-  treasurer. .lYin Riot-dun of Phoenix i  is rnnninji" fyr one of'the   ine.mbers   of  ! ��� ��� .rul-lio iiotmol.  The Yollowii.^ ai-o the, i*c..nies of  hoi-.e who received 'Rolls oi Honor for  he ;*chcol. y--:ai-just closed.  (.YnerabPronciency-���Willie At wood.  Deportment���Jennie .Smith.  I     ll-jL*;uiiirity and 'Puueluality���hune-s  !��� "' "       ���   ��� '       ���'        ,      ' ...  j Hal'per. '���������  j     In addition, iaei-e   the   following  {'ceiye'd cliiss pri;',..:�� ' .for'���regularity  punctuaiiiy:     '      .  Fifth class���James llarpor,  yourlh class���-Norbert Nietlerstad t.  '   Tnird class��� Artl.iur Crowe.  '   Second class���Alfred Carlson.  .il.'XlO.R,  KOOM.  Prollciency���-Joseph V/liitehead,' '  Kcguhu-ity and   i'uuotualily���Harry   ._ ..    _ place--, or n.s  ; liouYtiiovctoii.-i sv.iil lie iair'io iht  voliirsj o��  tlio '  diiVorent ii..>ii;lilsorli.ocv,l*.'- .        ���    '  ���2 Tlie eleetiou ot ili.-Uit-nU-*' shall bo ut publir;'  nVootiMS?', aelcH. at >". -iosig-.iut.i-il -.-c-LHi-vil. \.\��.te ia  cdoii 'i!oilVii-.i; division, ov iu  e<v;li  wti.n.1  in city  olocLoraldikrioi--. it  tho   oiiy   is ilividoU intu  warils:.   .'vt.souli   i-iiblic   ii-3t*ti;i;:s   only  U-'.-iKl*  who *..iodi;e lliuiiiSv.-lvus   to vote for   tho  caudi-  dati; brciiitdifiivtL-vJ i-flocted   ut,  ilio nouiiu.-vtiu;;  coivvctiiiou'Sli-ii! be..-;-.'itieu to -i vote   tor .dclc-  i '.'.���.to'''' . '��� ��� ' .���-..'���.���'  ! "'.:! 'Yvo'w;-c;cs' viotico sli.-ill bcsiyou oi tho mib-  | lit: nie. linsrsiit wl-iv-h dOiesato.s. !iru to  lu-.  eWet-  v:d,:Kud iioiiiii!-i;iu;;-cotivou!ioua sh-.id  ov hold  l miY-itv t'ii-.'>--."'vl   .t*s!rh.-ts   two days   lator tlnj.  Idti'voii   which   deles'vlv.s   arc   (jlvjuiL-d.-   au.i- ia  re- i other Ldcc-loral di-n.vi.-rs hovl-ii. days, alter    All  , ; noi:nniuiv..;is ���ilivonshout  ta'.-   ih-omiu-o  io  w*  nd ! iiuklc ar.n  llusi^uutod   ceinral   lilaco in  ui'.ca  elcotonii district, undo;; tlio.same day.  the exjjeutive board.  Later���Hughes litis withdrawn from j/otpwe. ���    y  the race for president. ' Deport menl���- Muhcl Lutner.  (1) \'.l uorici'S ot iho datu ot! puhtio  mei'inii'S  i,.r tiie ch.-ct.lou oi ufh^Ycs to iloj.iuri.ilmjr. eoii-  voiitiou**, the   anpoinimcnt.   ol   dc-k-gatcs aiul  the���id'.ico mid date of   iioiniiiatiug couvouUOus  j in tiiu Hevei'lileieciuruS   electoral  electoral Uis-  i t riot3 slhtlt he j,re;..-uvd hy Lite   member   oi   .he.  i es.'"-itive oittivj division in which thu ctecionu  l.di Yt-icts are sitiiato, aud issued over tho names  I of tho '.resident li.ml seci.C'U-.ry ui lhe .I'l-Ovuicna  ! Coiivorvidive Asfociivtioii.'  '    A iiv-eUiHtoi tlio iirovtncial.e^eeunvo will ho  | hold nt Vaiiuouvcr   wiiliiu   a  niontli,   and tho  ��� dtu.i'iv'V   luildin-;-  ..listriet   ii..>iii!iintiiig cuiven ���  1 lions u:U tlieu he lixod.       JOHN, IIOCoTO.N,' ;.  .President: of. lhc I'roviiieial  ��� ��� '.'���������j-i.-erY-Vvive Assouiatiou,  N'elsen, .liiui- s, l'.:i:'!.  >KmHmsBRIi?!S^^ m  '!>:����� v  |||  ''MX.  Ic  ft  ���2".  ���3* -^r-^^^p-^^-^I-^-r*  UAL.     *^3  T  ���*-  T  PARTNER'S  By HOWARD riZLDlKQ  CepTrifrbt, 1901, by Charks VV. Hooka.  t  ���J-  I  4  ���5"  **e-*<x--'>^-r-*H^->:-"K^^^  ' '���There'*-- willing honest about me,"  . ni-oh-stcvJ I-:!iii'--idorf gloomily. ''It's  n;y luck: I n<-ver have a cliauee. By  l'*e way," lie add*-d. Hi.ingiug his tone,  "ir. l-.In-.-on l.n-2'.v .Miss .Miller quite well,  didn't her"  "Only through me." answered Allien.  "1 used to pet li'.ni to take messages to  her hou-M* quite ol'ten.    It was couven-  ,  ii'iir; he lived near hy." ;  "Ye.;."  said  Elmendorf.    "They told  rue al tlie house that lie came quite of-  t(*n.    Do. you remember the flrst note  with her name on it that you ever save  ��� IrimV    Wed, I li.iiij.-on to know tliat lie  took it to your Ik-.;!*keeper, Willett, and  risked who Miss Miller was.    lie beehi-  i-il  to  he quite interested.    After-ward  ho told "Yil.-etf ihat he was mis taken in  supposing  tliat  he  knew  Miss  Milier. -  It was .mother girl of the same name."  ,  "If you aro trying to work .lack Robinson Into tills case," said AUleu, "you  are a. Ions way olf the track." ;  Elmendorf protested tliat ho hsd no  pue'i lutein ion, adding thai he bad no  rational theory of the case and never'  expected to have one.  When   they   end-red   St.   Winifred's. ;  they 'met  Dr.   Kendall,  who  had jn.'*r  fume  from  a   vi--.it  to  Elsie,     lie  led  !  them into his ov, ti room, j  "I'm  sorry  to  tell  you,"  he said  to !  Alden. "that Miss Miller is not quite so ;  well just now.    1 wouldn't .idvise see- i  Iiilt her.    Air. Robinson delivered your  nit's'sacre."  "  "What  message?    When?" demanded Alden.  "lie waa here about half an hour  ago," said Kendall, with increasing  alarm,aa he noted the manner of the  other?. "lie said it was something  very .important from you, and after  eousulling wvith Miss Machine I let him  speak with Miss Miller in private for a  few minutes. I thought she seemed  somewhat disturbed afterward, but she  ," told us ihat tbe matter was of small  ' eonsenue'uee."  **I know nothing whatever about it,"  exclaimed Alden.   "1 "did not send him  here nnd had no idea he wa? coming."  I-Ie   turned    to   Elmendorf   with   a  sharply questioning id a nee.  ."Well, you can search vie," snid the  detective.  "You mean that you know nothing  about it?" asked Kendall anxiously.  "Less' than nothing," responded Elmendorf, "and I'm giving you straight  goods too."  There was a knock at Kendall's door,  anil be admitted a nurse, who said that  Miss Machine wished to see luiu.' He  did 'not wait to speak a single word,  but hurried aw.*y. Aldeu tried to got  an explanation from the nurse, but she  . professed to have none.  For nearly an hour the two men  waited with impaiienee, winch iii.aliy  passed Aldeu's power of eudur.-ni. ,>.  "I must get some word from hor," he  said after much pacing of thu lloor.  "There must'be serious danger or he  would not stay so long."  .Elmendorf pointed out the obvious  'possibility that Kendall might long  Blnce have answered Miss Mac-lane's ,  summons ami have gone upon, any ot  a hundred other duties, but Alden  would not be thus quieted. He went  out to the office to ask in what way ho  could communicate with the doctor,  and within a minute after his depar-  ture 'Kendall ���.entered the room.  He had a large glass jar In his hand,  -which seemed  to contain milk.    This'  be set down upon the table and imme- I  diately touched an electric button.  "How is she?" asked Elmendorf in a  tone betraying the most earnest solicitude.  "Better, better," replied Kendall. "I  think "there's no longer any danger.  Where is Mr. Alden7"  "No longer any clanger!" exclaimed  Elmendorf,     Ignoring     tho  "Has there been any?"  "Well," said Kendall, "she fainted  again."  "Again!"  "The first timo was just before you  came up," said Kendall. "Don't say  anythin-? about this. We had'ju.st given her a little luncheon, and 1 thought  perhaps sho might have had some sinal'.  stomach trouble; opproM-u:-, tho heart  sometimes, you know. Hut I don't, liko  this second attack Hf-art failure alter  the injury and the nervous exha iiMion  wouldn't ho the "most unlikely��� thing in  the world, you know. Ah!. Come here,  George."  The last words v,-eve addressed to a J  youth in uniform, who had answered  the doctor's ring. Kendall gave him  some money and whispered to him near  the door. When lie turned, as George  departed, ho saw Elmendorf .-tundm-i*  rigid, with his blue  wide open.  "Whpt do you  want of. two   white  mico?" ho demanded.  "I. eally, now"���Kendall began.  "Look here,".interrupted Elmendorf.  "If there's anything of that kind  going on, I'm the man you need.    Don't  hide anything from  me; for the little  girl's sake, don't do it, doctor.".    .  Kendall bit his lips and hesitated.  Then he said suddenly, as steps wore  heard In the hall.:,  "Get him out of here and come back."  Ahlen entered aud stopped short, in  his own peculiar fashion, with his eyes  on'the. doctor. ���  "It's all right," said Kendall. "Mi;-s  Miller showed some indications of  weakness, but is doiug nicely now, 1  should think you might see her about  u o'clock."  "Well, doctor,  I'm glad ��� everything's  But what you're said has mail** i :j  foci i-a.-y again, and so I think th.. l*.->**  tiling that Mr. Ahh-n and I can do 15  to try to get sonic light on Mr. Rol in-  POn's Btrange conduct. Tlie man may  havo 'struck some kind of a clew and  have rushed right off to verify it without waiting to consult anybody."  "I didn't think of that," responded  Alden. "It may be that you've found  the explanation."  "I  would suggest that you go to his  house." said  Elmendorf.    "Meanwhile  I'll tt-lcphone to your office and one or [  two other places and see if 1 can get '  track of him.    But the likeliest jdace '  is his house.    Walt there for me. < I'll  join you before 3."  This arrangement  was agreed upon, '  and  the two  men  .went out  together.  Elmendorf   was   busy   with   tho   tele-  phone for half an hour,  but he. failed  "Miss   MaelaneY"   said    Elmendorf. ' second Monday, 111 ihe afternoon, tlio  "My friend. I don't N-Iieve it.  Kendall   looked   up   at   him   with  blank stare nnd shook his head.  CHAPTER XVI.'  ELSIE PEnrETKATES A JEST.  ���gjnEY say," remarked  Elsie,   "that   people  always fee! particularly  well  just   beforo  they  die.     Do  you remember Bern-  hardt   in   'Camiile,'  the very last words  before she dies in, Armaud's arms:  *I  shall live!   Ah, how well I feel!'   IIow  I cried when she said that!   And then  Gaston says, 'She sleeps.'   Isn't that a 1  lovely scene?"  As it came to your mind at this mo*  ; leading lady came Into my room and  ' found mo huddled up on the lloor in  tha  corner  g-ibbering���Just  gibbering,  that  -was, all���words   out  of  all   the  plays, as sho told mo afterward, all  Jumbled together, and I was cross eyed  ���with sitting up all night studying under Uttlo flickering gas jets.   Yes, that's  the way she found me, and the room  tvas as cold as a barn too.   I had thi>  bed quilt  wrapped around my shoulders and my arm through a hole'in lt.  "The leading lady yelled to the juvenile man, and he really was juvenile  ���about IS, as I remember. She said,  'Go get a glass of brandy!' The juvenile man went down to th�� bar and  came back with a tumbler solid full  He had to carry It carefully In order to  keep from spilling any.    The leading  , Sti-eiiiri.itjS ofTY/ls.��� by suiiY: pe  -.i!Tv MOt.iceabl'-i; only when - tiie.V :'b.  t���<.)'������ f>i*v jn to the n.liiiirs, .of _ol/hoi-.sY  iplr  *-.  -.  S-.ine iiiou'h idea of a. i.rilliant  ii\idi>r is a partner who leads frump:-*  opportunely.  Occasionally   it   is   wtdl   io   rc-inein-  bt*r  that a crown    will     not, cure     ti  headache    any  more     than   11  golden  ;.��--lipjier will cure the gout.  1 '  ! nun t   <���  j iv f.I-nL  i  S-M'liU*  01' then  it'll tS  l'eopjy  length   Oi  'hem   for  d.  tell Mr. Alden."  This exchange of pleasantries upon a  cheerful  subject  occurred  during the  time .when Kendall was experimenting  with ihe white mice.  "I must have been pretty near it the  i  last time," said Elsie.    "It was double.  He sat down and rested his head on his 1   I scarcely, knew what was' the matter  hunds- ' ' '-when' it began, eveu'though I'd fainted  lady was a temperance woman. She  j ment," said Breuda, "I joyfully Infer (" never touched a drop of wine, and, In  I that you Rre feeling very much better." ' fact, sho was a regular siraitlaced  j "You must think I am silly to talk [ New England pilgrim, but somebody  : bo much about dying," said Elsie. "I ' had' told her once that brandy was  am soggy with sentimentality." I good for thc thing'that I had���'white.  "You havo mentioned it on Just four j brain,' we call It    The juvenile man  occasions,"    said    Breuda,    "including .' dida't know how much brandy a per-  this, but it seems often to us because j son ought to take, and I���well, I didn't"  wo don't wish to loBe you and to your-    know anything.    So I drank it all, and  self because really and truly you don't.' then I lay down on-tho bed, and the  wish to die.    On the whole, you have 'leading lady covered  me  with  every-  been ns cheerful as any girl could pos- j thing she could. And, arid pretty soon  sibly bo under the circumstances, and ,, the lied got,up and stood on the ceiling;  as  for your sentimentality,  my  dear, ! and I didn't caro'at all.  I'd give the world to have some of it 1    "When it came time to go to the the-  myself." ��� ater  (Brenda,   it's  disgraceful, ,but   I  "I was going to say," continued El- was bo-so drunk that I- couldn't walk  sie, "that my motive for continually straight) tho leading lady got me' up  harping on it Is that you may know I 'and told the Juvenile man to walk me  am not afraid, nnd afterward you may ' around the block, and he walked  mo  ��^��X-  8*-"-. & A'  & AA~W'  ���\& $?* A  X~it& ...  Mb*  ���^-aistf  liver-   in  Bed���  BSa-dldeg* /If f ected���Experienced 0  ferinigs���Gtsped hy  DR/CHASE'S KIDNEY LIVER PILLS,  tft'P  p-x^^,mLm  X"a:P,PX  fX4i  ,..������������   ,: . ..'��� .     AwX  dnovji':--a-,jl  ��m  question.  eyes   unusually  to extract valuable information from  any person with whom ho talked, although rile chief of the detective bureau was ono of them. ,,  Returning to the hospital, he went at  ouce to Kendall's rcom. In answer to  bis rap and tho'sound of his voice the  door was unlocked and be .was admitted. In passing he glanced searehingly  at Kendall's face, which wore an ex-  pres.-don of extreme anxiety; then he  advanced to the table in'the middle oi  the room, rrotn winch ho lifted a news  paper, thus repealing the bodies of two  11. do white mice,  hnmendorf regarded them with a look  of b.'irror.  "Goud Lord.'" be gasped. "You don't  moan it?"  Kendall nodded. .Then ho sat down  and rested his head on hi? hand.- for a  few seconds, wuile Elmendorf authored breath and heart for the next question.  "What was in the jar���milk?"  "Yo." replied Kendall. ''It is a kind  of liquid, food preparation. The basis  of it is milk: but, unfortunately," be  added, looking up at the detective, "it  v. dl keep."  "Bean in the room several days, you  meanV said Elmendorf. "it it was'ordinary mm- that had been dosed, we  could narrow it down to a few hours.  I'.ut this stuff���why, absolutely everybody connected with the case has hud  a chance at it."  '���How   shall   I   tell   her?"   muttered  Kendall.  '���Her'.-"  ( The fine tor gave a nervous start.  .   "Miss MacJane." he said.    "This wil)  be a hard story for hor to hoar."  "You are ric.hr,"  replied  Klmendo'-f  "after all the car;: shc's-tafcr-n.-ii,,* de-'  votion she's shown  to that poor child,  who  was  nothing to  her���worse than  nothing, in fact���an enemy, you might  "Now,  look  here"��� exclaimed  Ren-  I -drill hoarsely as he got upoiYhis feet"  "So, no!" cried Klmendorf.    "1 don't  mean  to accuse'ber.    That  would  be  absurd. We mustn't waste time. What  wns (he poison?"  "I don't know," replied Kendall. "Of  course there was no time for analysis.  That's why I tried it on these small" animals. It's souig kind of a heart depressant���the very tbing to use in a  ear-e of this kind, where the condition Js  one of weakness and especially where  there is an injury iu tho region of tho  organ."  "Hut didn't these mice show any  symptoms tbat you could recognizeV"  asked Elmendorf.  "So; nothing definite I could name  reveral poisons that would answer all  the rc'uiiiement.s. It isn't necessary to  know immediately. Tbe treatment  would ])o the .sumo in any ease  ilie danger is over, I believe."  "fnless it's f-oinewher'1 else,  Klrnr-ridorf; "in her medk-ine'-*  hnpsY  "That wouldn't be possible without  assuming something that can't bo assumed-not in my presence, at any  ������aie."  "You mean tliat Miss .Mac-lane"--  "I'rechely," said Kendall. "And a<*  Ib'-ro can be no thought of such H  thing wo conclude that this infernal  tiling"���and he tapped tlio jar with his  knuehles-"which was handy for everybody, wide mouthed and, all that-  Oh, I have been an idiot!"  such a little while before. It was like  drifting, drifting away. You are surprised. You think you must stop,-arid  before you really have timo to be  frightened you are gone. But I waked  just for a second���just long enough to  remember and realize; then down,  down, down, sideways to the left there,  slipping away from the room and- the  light. The last was a sonsation that  thev were lowering me into the ground,  nut I'm going to be cremated. Jfou'vo  promised me that. Brenda."  Then, " catching the expression of  amused'horror-���if that can be ���on  Brenda's face, she laughed with the  most delicious and clear sound, like  the singing of birds.  "Oh, but it hurts to laugh," she said.  "You mustn't make me do it."  "I?" cried Brenda. "You're the first  that ever accused me of being amusing." . .    ,  "Do you know," said Elsie, "that of  tbe two of us you're the blue one? It's  much more cheerful to talk,, about  dying than to 'roast' oneself as you  do."  _ "Roasting is popularly supposed to  be one step beyond dying," replied  Breuda, ( "But I suppose the roasting  you mean is the, saying of uncomplimentary things. My child, I can't help  it; I suffer by contrast."  "With me?" cried Elsie.   "Now you.'  really are amusing.   If r had your hair  and    eyes!   Well,    that's    absurd,    of  course.   But do  you  know  I   He  here  around about fifty times in the snow,  ( We 'were in a Uttlo Minnesota town,  and lt had snowed for a week.   When  he took me to the theRter, I waa per-  | fectly sober, and I didn't cara for any-  ; thing.   I had no troubles whatever.    I  I walked lip to the stage manager, and I  said cheerfully, 'Well, what do we play  tonight?'    Ho told mo, and I couldn't  remember ever to have heard of,It, but  I got out my part and studied It while  I was making up. ���     ,  "When I went on, I knew about half  of my flrst sceno, which was the longest ono I had in the play. Biit I didn't  en re. I'd always been troubled with  stage fright more or less, but not this  time���not a fright. 'When' I forgot. I  waited calmly for tho promoter.' who '  was off left having a tit    By and by I  The old people especially ���appreciate  the effectiveness of Dr. Chase'-, Kid-  ney-L-ivt-r Pills, because the kidneys  are usually the first of the bodily organs to giw'out, ami the result0 is  backache, lumbago, pains In the shift  and limbs, unnnry di.ioreds and consumption.  Old people learn to trust In Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver ' Pin.-*, for when  all othi't* treatments*, fall this gi e.U  medicine seems to go directly to lh��  diseased p.irt, and promptly afforda  relief  and 'cure.  Mr.   David   Misener,   farmer,   an   old  and   respected   resident  of   Ifor't   Bob- ,  Inson,   Welhuid   county,   Ont.. . writes;  f-i,  ;rn  not turn  over in  1  used   up.      T   had  and 'legs*,  nnd   mv  )��� ,-  tiu-ly 'iist-less that I < ���  anythhifj."  "Kidney ili.s".'i^,    v. ���  cr-ui;-- or all my  mm:  tlfnf<��   ihe   unnirv   ���-  *-->���   bad   that  I   v.ou! ��� -���  rive   or   stSx   tlm- <i   rt.*, -,  Fortun-ilefy,      r       h,.'  Cbv'ise'r-   KMm-v-I.i\. f  i  cured   me complete y.  yeary r-ld and .-uit" V  orear-jiun.-iKy   ���.���<,   Ui,  my systrm In good o*.  sons   lo   whom   I, h.-\  Dr    phase's   lyi'ln-v-'  ���  been   equally   ben-fn. .i ���  "I   wish   to   state   to   yiu"that/i'^;uii^  pain   in .my   buck   and   left   side   for ', Y,   -e�� t-< a  lu v   * f v '  over twenty years.    .At times I could ' manson    IV   ��' &   & ':  fit"  lT-rr�� "%pto*T��?l  "mm-  -lit!  Crom-ivoH'H   Mvf(h��-r.  The sympathy e.viitting between thin  mother and son is one of the most beautiful traits in Oliver's personal history-  They loved each other'with a pas-donato,  affection that no time or chango lessened, and-when he arrived at the siiminit  of his power, though sfio waa then upward of 90  Tears uf   aire, ho  had, to go across right and sit. down by    , ,      yeaM uI   a��e- ho appointed  a table.    I know I  couldn't-hear .the     Lc'-HI aPartn,^ts 1IJ Whitehall and  prompter there, BO I walked over'and     vl?1d1.hw e���* da>'-       ���.      '  And  said  por-  . "She's been having this right along,"  aid   Elmendorf.     "That., might   indi-  cate  "Nothing until we know just what  the stuff i�� and how much of it r,*e  have to' deal with," replied Kendall.  "The effects observed may come from  'what she atetbis noon or be the general result of small, repeated doses."  "There's one thing," siriil Elmendorf  with decision���"this villainous act must  have been done by somebody who  knew that the food was there, by some  one who bad been in tho room several  times"���  "Don't!" groaned Kendall. "By heavens, I Can't bear to think of it! I like  Alden. I can't believe this of bim.  And���and sho loves him; she loves him  just as much now* as ever."  ' He came back with a tumbler.  Imitating your ways, your calm, gentle,  6wcet way of doing  things?   I'm  studying you, Brenda, and if I were to  play a society part again you'd  *-ee!  This Is the way you say:   'Good morning, Dr. Kendall.   *   *  *   Ah, thank you  so much. '������*.,* Shall we .see you again  soon?. * . *    ���..'���G.oodby.'   You make all  the little things mean something. That's  dignity, personality. I haven't any more  than a blade of.grass,.but I'm .gaining  on It   If I  live, another week, I shall  die and go to Daniel Frohman'g No. 1  company   instead   of   to   heaven.   I'd  rather."  "DO I speak like that when I address  Dr. Kendall?" said Brenda, with a  slight access of color. "Well, It may  be so. You aro very clever, my dear."  "This is the way you hold your  arms when you walk," said Elsie.  "Isn't that pretty? Of course I can't  do it very well lying down, but seethe  fingers and the ease of the., wrist  Were you taught to do that?".  "I used to have a governess who.was  crazy on Delsarte," replied Brenda.  "But she presently went -crazy on al!  other subjects also, nnd we had to a cud  the poor thing io an institution. I wus  not aware of my debt to her."  "You owe her a great deal," said. Elsie. "I wish I'd had a lunatic of that  kind In my family. I couldn't afford to  have much teaching. Of course I had  some, but when I found what my  mother was enduring in order to'pay  for lt���well, I took an engagement with  tho first thing, that came along. And it  was a barnstorming crewl We gave  j Blx plays a week, and I had to learn a  long part in every one of them.   Tho  got tbe table and dragged It clear across  the stage, and the audience applauded  because I did Jt so naturally.  "Then I went crazy, and what hirp-  pen'ed afterward I scarcely know.   But  when 1 came off after tho thrilling climax of tbo scene I fell Into the leading lady's arms, and 6he hugged me up  tight    She said: 'You never play-d so  well  as   that   before.     You   were  like  Julia Marlowe.'   And she kissed me on  both cheeks.    Julia  Marlowe  was my  idol  then,  and  I  cried   with  henvenly  Joy,on.tho leading lady's neck.   That's  all true. Just as it bappeued,  Brenda,"  and  I   never  had  stage   fright  after-,  ward."   ,  "Poor little Elsie!" said Brenda, kiss-  Ing her. "It was a hard school where  you were taught"  "It was," said Elsie. "Yet I think I  wouldn't havo amounted to much anyway. How could any mortal man fall  to see the dlfferonce between you and1  me?"  "My ehlld,"  said   Breuda.   "no  man  can.   Wby,   the   brass   kuobs   on   the  posts of this bed know the difference between you and me���tho vital, essential  difference.   They love you In their little brass hearts.   Everybody lov<-g you.  Dr. Kendall, for a cold blooded sawyer  of bones who could amputate mv head  without a trace of emotion, takes your  band with , the  eternal   reverence   of  man  for woman,  and  vyhen  he gjves  you   pain   1   cau   see   bis   own .heart  ubrlnk.    But he treats me ns if I were  a gentleman whom be bad met at the  club."  Elsie opened her eyes bo wide that  th��y Beetned to light the room as she.  stared at Brenda, whose cheeks were  flushed by her unusual earuestneas.  "I am glad to hear you speak like  that" sh�� said.  Brenda rose and walked across to  tbe window.. Then she returned to.the  bed and took Elsle'a ������ band.  "I   am  going  to open   my   heart  to  you," she said.   "It  was not  because  Clarence  Alden   preferred   you   to  me  that I lost my solf control  that last  day.   1 cared nothing for you, despised  youj   I   admitted    no   comparison.   It  was  becaUK*.  though  tbe Intensity of  his  own   nature   for  a  time deceived  him,  ho never really  loved  m# at all.  Nobody  ever loved   rue.   I   am   called  good   looking,  even  a   beauty,   tn   the  ���ociety columns of the��� paper's,  and  I  ana ao rloh that I ha*r��* attracted many  men.   But not one of them waa ablo to  present  0T��n  a  creditable  counterfeit  ���f  love  (though  some  of  them   could  counterfeit almost anything eiae, from  ffoed   bre*dlng   to   the   national' currency)   until    Mr.   Alden    entered   the  llBta.   Tbat'6 hardly   fair to himj   ha  waa sincere, but mistaken."  . "Yot'I didn't have at all the feeling  that I have now," Bhe continued.    "It  waa oaly that last day that I became  -uaraged, mostly at myself.    It is since,'  1 have come here, since I bavo known  you, the most womanly of God's orea-  tures. that I have had some true comprehension ��t my own lack, some honest ��arrow for It"  "Only since ��� you have been here,"  Bald Elale. "How remarkable! But,  Brenda, It Is sweet of ypu to talk thia  iv.  J. Kriuttll O/ ,  I '.'> "  .'- '.C'.ir'f'. r��j;'p.-j ,ycj**f .inc'.' 1  j. Yk<p*-. mt.Vl m^.|'t.iir,bo<i  | hjTin;'.t.'>ul!'vr ,v.t'h.,. Vtiui  i A Y* a ���Si:,i--K'*Y-'.-..> **���**'!  Noble  quaintly say-*. "Sho occasionally yet offered   the   Protector   ���idvii-o.  which he always   heard with   great at-,,   ���,, ,������,.,���, ���..,������.,���. ,*   ,  ton tion, but acted as he judged proper. " I g&fg. ��X X t. 'LuXXX  Tt is pleasant to think th'it this fine old i ofidatw     Dr. B. 1. Kci-J-irC.  lady died happily before her son's power j  began to wane.    It is plen.-aiit to third:'  of   the  great   Fr.-tcvtor kiieelin-.' to re- ,  ceive her dying blfcsiug and of her la-it I  smiling words to liiin and hi.*) childi,-nV i  "A good night, dearsi"  "There   is  yet   a   portrait   of   her   at j  llinchinbrooke. whi.'.'h .<*hn\vs ns a hand-,j  syuie woman, with a   (nee full of c*h:  actor and   a raiber   melancholy o:\p:v.*- |  f-ion.   Her dress is that'of'a genticwoni- f  an cf  the tuiie���a white  satin, hood, a j  pearl necklace and a   nee kerchief rdyyd ;  with rich lace.   The im.i.lii- i.-. of jrivi-n  satin edged with gYil lace mid fa*,;,.!!)  with a jeweled 'oh-sp. --Amelia Burr iu  Harper's Magax.ine For AjrriL  ���Ki  -v DC  'hi  Old Irlch   Wiircrlcn.  Like the modern cowboy yell   of   th*?  western troop.-* in the Cuban e.tnipair'ri  tho warcrie.H and .slognny of the ancient  Irish clans often had much eff.-ct in inspiring fear in   the enemy and ���.���our,i-;e  and enthusiasm in tho connrirrrid     The  simplest and mout frequent of old J'tin's*-  wurcries was "Faire, fairo!" signifying  "watch" or "look ont"    It was u precautionary signal   and   wns  commonly  written "Fai-rah."'   From it tiie mod* rn  "hurrah" is supposed to   have been derived.    Another  cry wa." "A  huaidhl"  which meant "to tlio victory."    ft was  pronounced  "aboo"  and   followed   tho  name of   the clan   or leaner, according  to circumstances, like "O'Xeill  a boo. "  or "Clann   Conail   ahoo."    Frequently  "a buaidh" is construed   incorrectly in  modern   English   to   mean   "forevor."  That translation applies to "go brath,"  but not "a buaidh." The famous Irish  cry   of   "Fag   an   benbich I"   meaning  "clear tho way," scared  the spunk ont  of tha French soldiery in tho peninsular  war.  A Gcneron* Whlni-i'  The London Daily Maul tells this  pretty story of a kiss sold at auction:  A fascinating actress, whose name need  not ho mentioned, being anxious to assist a certain charity in tlio proviDcos,  offered a kiss to bo put up at unction.  Tho bidding was brisk apd had advanced  in three loups from 2 guineas to QO,  when without further parley tho round  sum of ��800 was offered. Thero being  no higher bid, tho kiss was knocked  down by tbe auctioneer to a colonel in  one of, onr lino rogirnents, who cnxno  forward to meet the blushing lady.  Bafc to tho snrpriao of all present, the  colonel introduced a dear little fair  haired boy, explained that it was his  grandson's fifth birthday, and that he  had acquired tho kiss as a birthday gift  for  him.    Whereupon  .Miss took  tho child in her arms and discharged  her debt .with interest:, Tho charity, a  local one, in which- the colonel took a  keen interest.: was tho richer by ��800  for the granddad's generous wbi  would  com;  in .''.() j f-ai>! !  i library of  tall:.    What  place on   Mich   a ii-'ra.y .  of ns couM i-iiduri Ivjh -"lit  would ft el s.tti.-l'n -I   to h,i\  go im tha niaiki '"'  It is relali'd uf Dean ic*'."i I Y  ovifling party, on   one - i'.*    ������ '  fired to a o*rnf-r of   tl..' i. ��� :������ ������  nn-nci'd nniing  ('own   th -  t . >  conijiany     Beiii'-;  aske-l   ^ ii.-t  doiug, he prnrlii'td :i vi'ib.l i t !  thu.coiiver'-.-ttit.n winch  n,.,   ,  Iiliic.   Mu-J nf Iii,- - :>r i ..i i    i! :  felt no hiuiill   hnn tii.it ��� a  ]H>ri\fi;:l und  (r t.i.i. ; c'l.n   ��� '��� ���  utteumce!-win n i-Miifii,n!. I .. >'���  ,.,,, arc  ^4$u)y  ���fj-fg.^o  '   v. >.ir_v^  u\.  do in  inc-re  A Daj-'n Tnllc/  .Few of   ns   probably ever.think eeri-  onsly about . the anion nt of   talking wo  a   day  and  how largo  a   factor  -....    .   M     aIk Ui iwtho-lifo of the world for  way to ine, and I am so glad, so very     bo,h good ..and- evil.    U  i,.is t,(ipn e9ti,  glad!    How long havo you known Dr.     "!;it(;a   that a public,, speaker  utters in  one homym an nveridge, what, if prinfc-  ,'os.-   Oris   even moro pro-  Kendall?'  ^��i  "a -wonld man-y Se     ^ C���sln **  Jack-Well t i, .r"slced her?  her a ^J ^ ^ considered  might. sort of.gxrl; BUUt 8hQ  ed, would occupy in octavo pa  dinary converriiition   '  li/ic.  l^'d all the talk of onoday boctiinntod  would make what, if printed, would be  uuoctavoof^OuageiYnavetir'n)-^  No   OIV<*;��"i,-   In:* fi I'-''  A t the exhibition or th.  .''  Live   Stock   ns'*<-,-inti<.n   i'i   '  portly old genllemaii  i< ni !  I of the nicii in charm* of i:-1" '  parfnietil, "Vou don't (.'li  slock show' any more, ii  "No," replied (ho ollnT.  that cotinls with us now :u"l !  tity.    You can put fat ->n a:..'-  an animal, aud after ii':> id  nothing but a big, fat���1-1   ���  don, sir.'    1--I hadn't'notir-'i  mean"���  The port ly old gcnlleriitin I'1"  to turn, red, and the'aWuiuph"1 "p0  only.; made the inatter \voi'.*-:c.  liiCffectual effort to expres-t U\u.*  wtiddled on in'speechless in<  ft;di��  Slio   Agreed.  f-.pinks���What made'bini  \Vinks--rie told his wi;'.-  Jndgmetit and slie jus! i."'.:  crilii-ally  from   1k\-hI   to  '"���'���  e'he was' boginiung (o rc.-ili/  IllfH'.'  Ilotr  'I'lify   V/nj.I'!  Airs,    '..'tl.'.v    (i!iu.,-i:i.a'!yt  Bhould puiiliidi your love h-  Mr. (.'al-\v-YV!iy not.  puhiic aeknowledgnicnl  ricd mi idiot?  .   ��� t.-- -toiit  AHBVstr  fBtrc  s *'Aeli %  "**-*th  x    <.a8>!| i.  - *\  IS    ,  \ viiei \  c   t.'.'Bleei  - nblo ,  ? -..fc?*(*'  ' henl  Hit u I  uAUb  Y.Iili   1,  r rab\  ot    t  tfion  rati  sen i t  pei r( i'  -, tin ^v  :vt>.  v. tllmi  Pill iv  mna  ���Tt  sht   i  rlh.  tioi  bir'i  ~X�� J.; -I-' ����� '<���>��� ?/A1!sf"'"rf'5'!;*;  t  L   J. , j-i-i hJ -jPiv-*.  i'��.  ,"*.."--**--'#-  - ;: .-v^'-'rA-i.  ,- "XffXXk  ' ���'-'A*-'-'-i~'  -.-:?;$&  ���  YYa  5I��E  MOYIE LEADER.  'Xgftiv-,  .r-'V,''i;i4,".1  , Y.*/!��/VAt.  ' -i"-*Y��s====  >i - -..^Y-^'v-'* .  ;  ��.:'r5i-s3��'t*C  -���Y-Y^fel*  �� "i    �� -V 4BH' !��l!-     , ���  ���,-. v..,...yperts I���  MOYIE,    B.    C.  .il  gsv<><*��   t".'-i>.-"!i   1 '.U-cx.  be:i-i*.i   ol   sp�� i>ch  many ex-  t!,;!t   v. ,-   n:*.i-*i   f;o   lo  tlie  oiind tbe highland eapi-  ' 1  "is  0.  ' fiYgiViJ-s l!-it Mu-rtiunu ine mgnianti eapi-  .i^^-^^K;*'-M^n'll .Mackenzie used to say  preiiiesi speakers v.*ere to be  lhe' Itiidonocli  disti'iet of In-  ,ire.     A     wider     knowledge  i-iibabiy   liave  induced   him  to  I,is %'u*wrf and give'the palm to  . (ijlk of the north and west of  s-.,Iiirt'.    The    voices    of    the  p.is are  set  low. and yet"tbe  lion is olr-aj-. di-itiuct  and dra-  <).ie    inclines    to    liken    their  , iM.iny beau-ifnl things���to the  ��� lliiw nolo of a bell or tiie nitir-  i a iniii;; water.   The inllection  ,:���.   is singularly engaging, ris-  C'l'lrng with ovquisite '-iideiiees  ; (hing rnusi.*.  and  this,  be it  THE WAY TO  BE WELL.  The   Blood   Must    Be   Kept     Rich and  Pure and the Nerves Strona.  Good health is the most precious  treasure any jna.ii or woman can have  But good health can only b*,* ]>a.i "by  kepeing the blood rich and pme and  the nerves strong. If the blood is allowed to become v/.-ak and  the   v.-hole   sy��tem   is  s  watery.  A  Hull,  at Tin J*.  To talre u Ij.n;. at Tim's is to court  a wonderful <>*vperjeiice. Abundant  springs of wai.-r, strongly impregnated  with sulphnretrd hydrogen, supply the  building, and in its vaulted chambers,  far below the street, there is no sound  out the splash of the fountain and the  rolling --(--ho of one's own voice.  Ilenrv  -*r  /  J322  faisl  an  easy  prey  to  Slso.^Th^re ! NOn,m"   S,VM   a   ^*^im   of   the  is no medicine can equal }jr.   Williains' ''  Pink   Pills   in   keeping   the   blood   rich '  and pure, arid the nerves vigorous and j  stroii-,-   ' IDvc-iy   dose   helps   lo   create  new   Wood,   and   by  a  fair   use  of   the '  pills,   pale,   sickly    people    are    made  ���'I-,'  is the speech of tbe coin-  msm  A  S.-illon   of  Sitiolc-P5*��.  'hsliiiiding all one boars about  smokers   Dutcb-  ������r^f^H^ticrs  pro*.!*   that  as  viisiS'lSen^ii:-!'  well  ahead  j��a$>n-,    Hermans  iTys:|^lessXti..ia   half   -.is   iiiiieh   ttil-aeco   as  i.'''-j#^l*-ii;i1tCh:..'i'ii.   Three time* as many ciga-  *       TJpriJ-jv*  bright.' active  and    strong.     Jioiv     is  proof.     Mr.     Robert  I_.ee,   New*   West- i  mifiiter,  li. C, says :    "K.-iore I be Kan '  usnitf     ijr.     Williams'   Pink   Pills,   my ���  blood  was in a very impure elate, and ���  as   a   result   pimples   that   were   very j  itchy,   broke   out   all   over   my   boriy. '  My appetite was fickle, and I was eas- I  ily   tired.     My   wife*   urged   me   to   try .'  Dr.    AVIIilams'   Pink   Pills,   and   I   got  half   a.   dozen   boxes.     J-5y   tin-.-   tune   I  had   used   them   I   wso  completely   restored, to health, my skin  was smooth  and  clear,   and   rr,y  appetite*  good."  l->i\ Williams' Pink Pills do not  piirgo-t-jtiiey ' simply make [jure, rich  blr.i.,1. That is why tiny cme such  ironblL-K an iiidigesti**n. nt-uralsria,  rhenniati.-ui, anaemia, jiaiti.il [j.n-aly-  .si.=, St. Vilas dance, scrofula, erysipelas, mid tli-.* ailments su common to  vvorneii, young and old. Sold by all  dealers or Sent postpaid, at .">() emits  a box, or .six boxc-ft for .*>2.r,0 by writing lhc* Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  .-jrocUvJI.e. Ont.  1/  a girl    wants    to  get ��� rid  of  an  I"  ail  the other    undersiruble .suitor  all she has to do  is   to'appear   on   the   stage   of  action  with her hair doriOj up in curl paper's.  come   second,    al  ian,   thev ' con.sunie  rr  r^    ;-**��* r-*-*-*iv-, ,i ,��v\ .    ......     t^v..,,    v.v,,ivv,->.      j,,i    -turn,.  ' L?5*^Mretic.*' are con;;;:;ied aimuillly  m  Kug-   t-tm- w Ith  iciiincy' nnd  Liu-i   Coinahuuis  ],.   g|��|a,ia ,dh,:M;er,i,anyor Holland,   /^ <.������� xl^T^^y^'^��^-  masseur who  presides   over the  bath j  and makes its most eccentric feature.     {  "He is a Persian, who speaks but a j  word or two of Kussian.   His head, is ��� *:  shaved,   a   rag ,is  twisted   round   bis  waist, and his feet are dyed orange.  "Firsl lie rubs you,-and then suddenly, as you  lie face downward on  the  marble slab, he is upon your back, bis  feet  dug  into   your   spine,  his   hands  grasping your   shoulder--:,   to   increase  the pressure.    Slowly, with skillful appreciation   of  every   muscle,  his   feet i  grind  up and down your back.   They!  encircle your neck.   They are on your :  head.  "Then he vaults lightly off, and In a  moment from  a linen bag tilled with j  soap  he  has squeezed   clouds of per- J  fumed bubbles, and you are bidden in j  them from head to foot as,completely  as if you had fallen into a snowdrift  You   are   not  absolutely   bruised,   but  you are clean."  0  /I  is m /" iff  S  LIKE  AN OLD MAN  JOSEPH   HAMEL  SUFFERED   LONG  BEFORE   HT   USED   DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS.  Had Lost Ail His Energy snd Was  Discouraged ��� Tho Great1 Kidney  Remedy   Cured   Mim   Completely.  Nichclet, Que.. June S.��� (Spedial) ���  Of the many people in this 'ni-lghboyhood who have been bi ought back to  health and strength through thu iiise  of Dodd's KliJut-y Pills few are in  bet-  it i  V  I i l ����������  M",  J.   Humes       Columbus    Oh o  1   luivc   been   afflicted    foi   sonic  - jlfi^PJBWas coii-nmu-:"-- ot pipe tobacco both  ���j, V$Atf^iJw$e e.jiijitries-. me far,ahead of us.  '����W^   ..  At' pW^ir^rws.   - -  "���io" llilWi^a:a !  01SR-  mWm  ,>i   S��:.l��   Sii".-'; ln-^   Siiulri-el.  %  i'-.;;*iespoiid"nt  , of     Porcst    and  elis of a curious si-ilil be saw  c \'i��/ds ui'iir Liberty. Me.   It-v/as  .*i- ifd'srii.irn'I which uas having  ;1 .-1 of time:* gnawing through the  r.c-1, riiiisc u.iui (jr Rri'iinj,', and should  ln\ iihi-'l when tt cuLli-jrlic is i<Miiirwl  Tlii'.v .*fc irelatine coaled, and roll.d in  I-'loui of LifiUoricp Lo prescn l- their nur-  llv i>nd -ri\c- thc-ji) m. pleasiuit, a-ir.ealilf  tnsli*  For  Spsvirj&ffiT  young sugar mniilfs and  He wns so intent up-  I'lir!  it**!  Splints, I.-tbl^  Curbs, fmi  1       ' *-��-*>V'6'-2  .        ./r^K"  -    pX*'?$k,  '-    w'^  ��-i.. *z$*��i  "X:xM  vvJ-v-*-ff r  did   not  stir  The  Taglische    Ihiudschau     re-jorls  that   the -LYar  ol   Ilu&sia is .seriously  con-bidering an 'alteration  in   the law  >���'  succession   with   the  view   lo     en  ' -ling his elde.s*t daughter  to  ascend  .no"Russian throne,  failing a son   lie  _ lias  di-ected  several   educational    ex-  n--r., d hy. but kept, ports   to   elaborate   a   scheme   of    in-  v>et" Ifiolb. st* i.cti6n   with   thc   object   of   prepar-  ��� ing  bis daut-htei- for   the duties ol   a  L-irer.      TJit*    project   will    inevitably  I '- -.el- witl) strong oj-position.   and "es-  j,--i-illy   from   the   disinherited   grand  nukes.  ni.it ter*     was  amp   *>.inlt   lor  On   reino\uI   tlie   p.'  ��� ii1.,   si-fnntures   were ,in  ��� (jiiibtM-ii,   but   a'J   I race  ���ii'iiij   had   d.**appe.ni>d  |Hl-  th.-  of  A   LIFE   SAVER.  S*-veetii<*H��   That   Never   Pal In.  During a sleepless night the Vizier  Mujjeduddin Kumija dispatched Ida  slave, liedruddin Ejas, to bring him  sweets. Tho slave procured a, copper  kettle heaped with many kinds of  fruits and sweets, and Mujjeiluddin began to eat.  "You relish them, my master?" asked  the slave.  The vizier shrugged his (shoulders.  "These fruits are sweet���for the moment," he said, "but show me a fruit  the sweetness of which will endure  even unto the judgment day."  "Such fruits there are, my master," !  cried the slave and hastened toward ,  the Mesched Hush,' where he awoke j  the starving orphans in the house of ,  Aliwin and led them forth and into the  room of his master. Overjoyed, the  famished children devoured tlie fruits,   j  "Look,   oh,   my   master,"   said   the '  slave.   Here you see fruits the sweetness of which endures unto the judg- J  ment day."-  j ter    position    to   Rive   the    public    th-*  ! benc-.lt of their experience than Joseph  j llairicl.     H-   knmss   boih   sides   of   the  1 vinestlon���tin.*    suffering   and    the    relief,  "f suffered from" Kidney DiFeaFe  for  ' thi-e or four years," says r. llauiel.  "For   two   years' I   would   lake   two(*oi  ' thi.-e days off work a week. I was  continually   sick   and   forced   to   walk  ' like an old  man.    1  lost all my energy  j and   became discouraged.  ' "After try'in"*- a lot of medicine that  only j-'vive rchtf foi  a while I  was for-  j tun.ite enough to try Dodd's Kidney  Pi!!;5      Afrc-r u>*-lrif; three  boxes   I  was  ; co:-..-.pletely cuif-d."  I Mr. Ilamel )., e'.itbu.siastic in hi**,  praise-* of Dodd's Kidney, Pills and  there is not  thn Slightest  doubt  of  (he  I eorrec-tncFs of his s-tatement as dozen-.  I of people can testify to his illness and  i. u re.  Wnen a woman begins to assert her  i .-..bis .she magnifies her wrongs  Minard's Liniment Lumberman's Friend.  ^   man's wealth brings him  a  uiibuppinoss  aftci   he  loses   it  .it oi  .-'-,.>s  _    rtho  Wrtfit  ],,.ii"*vo      MIN'UID'S, LIN'IMENT  L-uif"   e-rrv    case     of     Di[)hlherin.  iichdo.   f MIIS.     RiiDBEN     BAKER.  IM.yv.       MINAltD'S   LINIMEKT  li.od'uce    Hi*'.will   of    hair.  MRS.   C1I1AS     ANDLRSON.  fle'y,   V-   B-    I- j  iliNARDS   LINIMENT  ho-u*-t*li<>Jd      remedy      on  'MBjIi'cvg  be-t  MATIIIIAS   FOLEY.  City,    Out,  ����& 1&P4SBP  r.nilei tnkt.s to  ihscin^r**-, when  ��� i--. .i, vici itii of  in  hrinseli  VJren  Kviiioji:       at,      Llii'ir    Ctiii'iol  1     portion    of   the   e��ir.  *^j^--*  K* JwTioai>*K*S*-'*' "*      ������.        ���'    > *��� I" >-'>-"       >"       t'">       v:.v. .  ^)T'WW,('   '     '"'-'    ��"t'   ���' '���������'    lo   ��",p   'l*'-1-f��t's\a*  f^ feliMg^b,.---    i~   .... ,v.,,i   by   ,ui   ji.iimnerl     con- [  "���tS^ K'^W-SHiF111'   'i   tl<    ''Miiou*.   Iinui^   ol   tho   Pus- I  fti^r^ll^---'''     1,il"'     V''*���������     l|,y    luU'   '-els     '��- !  W"��M S"A.i\-*KiSffiflSiiii.'l   \i. i  1. -.,'<.. h  i uii-bhiiir sound  or ini-  \\i.i-i     ll>y   iu be   i:els    lu-  rt  i un-bliiifr sound  or un  \��P-'i,-'iSMS?lYl    hi ii.n   .   nnd    u l,on    it   is   entiien   j  a ^.������ffiatJBui   .....iiic-s   is   l!-o   icmiIL,   and   unless !  && kJ-WM^   ���* '���'     "-'"'".I   :o   ite   h.,m������I    roi..U- I  Lo'fy'a   O.'.n   Tablets   Make     Children  Wtli  arid   Keep's Them Well. i  Knii-:^< m Its   come   quickly     in    the  li-.e.;  el   little  om-s,  and   the   wise molt.ei   u it']   al.-. it*,!; Keep  at  hund  a reli-  ui.Ie  ni-di'ine  io cope with  them.   De-  j I. y  tiT.y  m-.'n   the  loss of    a   precious  j hi;.!.*   i.fe.     There   i-s   no   medicine  can  j i.\v--  tlie place  of Baby's Own   Tablets  l    reliv'*, iny,   cuiinj;   and     presenting  lhe   ir.uior   rulineut-s   of   child.en.     "If  you   could   .see   my   baby   now,"   writes  I Mi*-    J.inics   Bovldh,  of   French   River,  i i,.ut.,  "viiui  i oinpa; e b.m  with  his con-  I d.t.'on    b-.i'o.'-e      r     bejran     givinj*:   him  I P. by "j*   Ov. n   Tublets,   you   would   not  i:;iu',v   it   w.ia   the   same   child.     From ,  t:>.���_'  vij.ro  of  four    up    to    twenty-one !  inn;..hs he  was constartly  111, and was!  v.vibti-vi   aw.iy   to   a.   skeleton.     I   gave  I.Mil   a   gr-eat   innny   medicines,   but al-  u:-ys   without  lesult,   until  I   heard  of  !;.'.!>} "s Own 'J'ablet.*1) and beg-an giving-  thorn   to   him.     Almost   at   once   they  lu-iped   him  ond  he  id  now a fine, fat,  iif-iilihy ilnld     I now always  keep the  "5 .���"���.'olci-**  in  the  house."  Tho Vjblots contain none of the  poii-oiiou-* drugs found in "soothing-'  neJicines, and can be given with absolute sit'ety to a new-born babe. Sold  by nil druggists or sent by mall at 25  onls   a   box   by   writing   to   the     Dr.  1     'lOT-VIJ.V   HRlP-'fr    S    K      Cr.ind.-ll  [���'Lit   Heti.v    wrilos-    "1   < oriu aewd   a   sc>-  Im.l-   .old   lust   wiiitur.   \%lu<h   r.-svillt-d   ii>  . it.   hfi-oiimiL'-  loialK   dwif in  or.o car  viiul  (���iMiially   so   in   ilu*   oih.ei      Alter    *r-.i-lL*:  vniious   remeilie!,.   and   L-on*,utUtiuf     fveral  .doctors,   without   ohtoinm-r   uny   i-ilu.1.    1  wi-*   advi.Hed   to   ttv   Dr    Thomas'   Id kc-  11'>    (>'.l     I   wnrmwl   Lhe   oi!   nnd    noirre.!  ,a   liLlio     of   il   into   my   t-a>\   nnd    hefoie  one-half   Lhe   bottle   was   used   my  hoannir  vc.-,    . oinplc-telv    lesloied     J    lia-,-*    heard  he invariably   wears  on   his wedding ' & I'he'us^o^this med'enre ���'���'C'nc    ('l!r"'  day.    Afterward he puts it away, and I   Betrothal Customs.  The   Scandinavian   bridegroom   presents to his betrothed a  prayer book  and many other gifts, which usually in-  i elude a goose.    She in turn gives him,  especially in Sweden, a shirt,'and thia  ^^M^^aI^XaIX^MP^S��Ss^a1  B9  -Special  S'uits at  A   ��-eLlD&  sent FREE upon request, and lists all the  correct clothing, shoes,  hats, furnishings, and  novelties in Men's and  Boys' wear for this year.  The greatest suit value  ever offered in Canada. Our  cutters and designers are  artists.; our tailors "know  how," and these suits at $1C are equal in-fit  ���in style and In making to any' $18 made-  tc order suit in the country. Scotch tweeds  and fancy  English  worsteds, also  blue and  black, Clay worsteds, In all the season's favorite sack styles���guaranteed  satisfactory cr your money returned.  "W-rito for .Vamplos-FREE,   Wc  will forward wimple-* of any oloth you  dcslro, together with our catuloKuo, on receipt of a. lino from you.   J loiter write to-dny.  PHILIP JAMIESON  10  ��t?  Manufacturer and Retailer,  Toronto,  Ont.  %m&&&��^^&M2&��21*-!^.-^*^^^  i     Much  But he wears it   i.v.   not  under no circumstances will he wear |  it again while alive:  in  his  grave,   and   there  are   Swedes ��� but as  who earnestly believe not only in the  resurrection of  the  body,  but in   the  veritable resurrection of the betrothal  shirts ot such husbands as have never  broken  any  of  their   nuirriage   vows.  The Swedish widower must destroy on  the  eve   of  his   secontl   marriage  the  bridal shirt which his first wife gave  him.  of   the spring  poetry   written  necessarily   'for   public-it*on  a guaranty of good  faith.,  c-ut  woman's   bra\ury     alwajs   ciop.s  when she has a mouse m a trap  Conceit v6ftun gets a .small  man  into  a large hole.  Man*,   a man's popularity  is due  lo  v.hut  he  doesn't say.  .Some miilc is sterilized and some is  . uter-cured.  To  Boll  Water  "VVithont  -a Kettle.  ''.My  wife and  I,"  says  a  traveling  man, "wero once iu a hotel where we j    couldn't get any boiling water     After : ^ fof ��^'5 aa(| take 00 OthCT.  we   had   discussed   the   situation   my  wife asked me if I had an envelope la  my satchel.    I got one out, when she  told me to fill it with water and hold  it over  the gas jet.    I  hesitated,  but  Gunlly did it and expected to see the {  Frugality consists  in   knowing how  to get others to supply your wonts.  ���38 ��� Y^Jtf-5.-  M\XWMMV  -*i "ss^ftr*"'  i.i'.iiui.-   .--ii   li,- 'li'-tiioyc'i   foi   o\.*r  >>**'-<    1    <-f   l.-n   .iii-   (ae-,...!   hj   c.i-  >*> bu-li   is   nolii'iR   hur    nr.   iiiliiii-ir-*1  envelope blaze up every minute.    But i  U'llltams'   Medicine     Co.,     Brockville/ It didn't blaze.   The envelope took on a !  little soot, but that was all.   The water  boiled in time, and the envelope was as  Out.  Two  Ivtisils   of  W-tK.  In  an  Iowa   law  court  tin  attorney  was   arguing   with   g'tat   earnestness  and eloquence.   In the midst of his ar-  i gumont he paused a moment, says thc  1.  I     'W^SP'1'   "'    ''���    ' llC   III'liOI'S    SUlf.ii f- lljll  AcfeiP-Sr"   l l"   f-'n"'   ��m'   Hi'iidreil   Dolhw-K   fori  ' " ', W-Tt>vMS?P   t- '"   '"   ' '''*' '���"t"*^   (iihi-?oi!   h\   < Mtnii h* ' rrn,  \~~..\l   ���m����x   e "   ,u>  flll>,fl   Iv   Huh'-?    (\itnnh. AM  viss iiniiii     i-iri\.   tuit     pi 0011. e  '   music,   but   it   (It owns  n   Iwi    of  music  good as ever when the experiment was  i Green Bag, and si-Kl:  r'ilS-5. f Pi'^i'^i  - s.t'-r..��t*s  hm:M  he  < in of I   I v   11 nil'>-  ."-.c.C   :,ir  ( li-c.ilmp.   free  "*-.   I      .1     l'!:KNKV   .>.    Co  I -,   ill .|"i;i*vl s,   T,"jc. '  ���^  Pniuily   I'ills rue the lu-st  *!*!',;. Keep Minard's Luiiineot in the House.  at an end. I don't know the chemistry I  of the process, but try it yourself and J  see if it will not work."  To!  r* J* *^ *(^*j*y&52a ���*���-���--  ,'   ^If^&jyir11''1'    '-I-'--    nM-iaijo  man  .striki-s    it,  '"'?,��� ^i^W^'     ,l   k't,|'k'     l"'1   hllsy   L,'*Vi'*i?     ��o  ','"i^^S^^e<-'t   ,lis old  nctpiaintuncos.  ti.:'F"^^E����D'isiM-1 "si \  s,r:i|/<.i'Mm.S"<M*v  .v  c��, .  v---v:--M��3Sll'!l'*,>   **ei|.l   U''  \ x i) 1 s pic ics'rrox ���c  Sv 1 uciis(>, X Y . write :  ten crohs of i>ill>. We  ot   I'ui'inel. u'*,  1'illsi  Lliun  V.',iinen lornet ti bit of things lhex  11 \ 01 would tut give if lhi>.\ rt-iiuiii  beieil them  Tell a man he1 doesn't look well,  am' he begins to leflect that he is  lc olci rig  interesting.  Whv will vou allow a couah to lucer-  nto \11ur throat or liintrs and run Lhe  ii*.!< of till'iur <> coiifiuinr-tive's urinie,  when    In- thc  tintelv  use of BirKlc'i  Ant 1-  ft*^Pi)y   >-iuei   rill   wc   keen        'I'Ikv     ha\c  it,  'sl&KXSPl   H-'iiit it uui  ffii    the  c.ire  of   1 >v*->pe'>-    lnyed   unci   the  tln.imt>i*   nxoiiled  \   'Y^-S,18*?.''' ''   l'i>>:   ('oinplatiif  "    ill-   Chtis   A   |iui">  is   pleasant   to   the   tuste,   and  ft'YY?^'S-nV'''        T indsav,    wiiIlh*       Vl'arinoli-e's } l>a> >.i-d   for   relievuu-.   healinir   nnd  \v^.-151ci.-*Mf-   ",v  -ni   cMellcnt   niedu-ine.    M\*   yi.s-1 i.l.   nfieri 1 oils   of   the      throat   and  ,*-;��Y"-Y%te,$!-l-      '          "      ��� ��� ��� ���     ���  UK-LIU'"  ���I   lio>:hh'(l    with  >\ ere   head-  WM    ������'������   i'"'ie  lulls  Inn.'  HM...1   her  l"'" li   the   fool   tries   to   kill  -tone,   the   wi.se  . - r', '"'*&$$$*   ,,l,l��   n1"'   -"  two  guv  11)11? his,  j      If   a  j unco   he  who   possesses   :.either  ���old-*.,   hi oiu-Iiiti--.   etc ,   ete  fool   poHscsst'S   tnet   and   ;  will   distance   the   wrsi>  Thin sv-  1   unsur-  eiu intr  lunus.  .issur-  g u v  r"AX^iXA  . 1.    , '-.;�� tlW; t  - " - .Y'-^-tUTe  i> V..IH nnd uc\ej will be u  .ii...11 in nne it-ine-lv, fm all  1 tu-sh i*-i hoir���the vi>ry nn-  .v   lui.itlvfu   Itoin*;   .-.neh   that  f  ��� ,',,vl<'fs^^ffit' " ''",|S **f olber io.fl iiilTeronll*  - iYv'-vIji-- '' '' ' 'r,'H niotetl in the sY'.slein o  '', A ~Mrt$ >' ���' ''' < -wluit would relievo one il  ht   *'.���,-?i-���5f|-JS,''   '   wi.s.h.   air^niMiie   the   ('ther     \V.  The trolley car is not drawn or  pushed b\* the electric current ut all,  lut is- lifted again and again hy the  at tract ion of magnets for- tho artna-  1111 0 colls of  tlu- motor.  The Orlentlal Anietbyaf.  The oriental amethyst is really a violet colored sapphire, which ia an exceedingly rare gem aud of brilliant luster. It is regarded as a sacred stone,  and it is used to ornament the cross  and the pastoral ring of Catholic bishops. The ancients often used the amethyst for cutting figures both Iu relief  and In intaglio, and there is In the national library of France a delicately  wrought profile of Maecenas, a Roman  statesman of Octavius' time, engraved  on amethyst by Dioscorides, one of the  "I see your honor shakes his bead at  that statement. 1 desire to reatlirni it,  although your homr dissents."  '���I have not ii'.tiinatcd," replied the  judge, "how I should construe tbe evi-  dv'tice or wlri> my d-vision ivil! be in  th*-.* case, and your remark is uncalled  for."  "You shook your h"r.*id."  '���'.''bar may be true," the court replied. "Thoro was a*tiy on my ear, aud  I rosorvotl the right to remove it in any  i.mmier I saw lit. Proceed with your  argument."  Purifier  is thc best Tonic for Y  Dick's  s-\sriffcifl  a. J 3 t. jt t * ���**_ A  nre^S  in  Cattfc  It puis co-.ts in perfect health, and increases  the flow of milk. ' .  DICKS gives horses a smooth glossy coat, '  and   puts life and spirit into them.  Try  a package with   any  nin-down  animal  you may have  and  you  will be convinced.';  50 cents a package.  LEEr-.--.ING, r/ILES 4 CO., AGENTS, MONTREAL  Caleb   C ii h hi us:'"   Dress.  Caleb Cushiny's peculiar manner of  dro**,s  and  his cceentricities were fre-  ^ueni'iy the subj.vt of newspaper artl-  four  celebrated  engravers   mentioned    -.k-s.    Although (juite a large and port-  by Pliny.  Y  '-'V>W��j''       '���*������������ tn oi .      in  . !        . \ f~r*.? -a^*>. ,  Qiiiiiine   Willi"  tmiidul ternt til  when  Miitc,  >--Y}'a,''fi&r(''" ''������   f'>r   niitiiv   and  ui ov ions  ills    Uv ' \.-i!ue  Y-Uff-JH. '*"iii.'��i  ������-������   -���-.---���---    "     '    "������ ���  Men    Ml.,   too  (���<>;.(     u    pretty  rnu.'li   hii'lineil   to   nc-  wonuui   at    her      face  ,i-.f'1.Y-*UV--*f?  X- * 11*1,1111   a.,,1   ,���tlnioil.s   use-   t'io   f r ��i il f���(. .    '-' u h>'>* aXPjZX'S ' " "     ";e    l>'(l   '"!"   cdiivnlt'SL-ciii-e   ami j      x. ,   ,  ,. i:tY   'X"PJStrci.,^u   in   the   uuh-eme   which   Quinine!      No   ono   l'v('r   heard   of   lovi  |>  ..ftE;"''   on   M-itur-j-s   nwn   reit or.itiv t-s     H ' < he   Incksinil h   the   l.itrgh   afte  Y-X .-<!**eS;Y* ". ���*'���>���.    (liooiiuii:    ui.iriiM    or   t nos(, i    ,  ]Y. rY"Y*S-t,-h     *v|">i     '��   elnomc   stnle   uf   n.oihi.l    ,iuov  ,��� L M*.^'.'-?i|JlS|",,1,,n<\   "i"1   l"dc   of   mti'iiM   In   life   '1" ', ! . tvf* r7?'Sv   "     ili'.ea"..     iin.l     bv   ti.uuji.1li/iiu;   tho  ,il f- f )��� '..'.,.'(*-i        h-   rli--*l'O30S   to   kcnim!   and   refieshinc Unnflfecte-Jl.  giving  ina;-  I r. i ������ ,f.,,'��i"5" *��� n. .'i.*>|.ujum lo -vtuiiKi an.i reiieslniK*  i ,i I ''"Y\V'��i I'-imi'nitH viy-or to the Kition of the  1 r Y.--^?i011" wlui h, heing stimulated, courses  - r    -* -*.v"tniou-1-     .i.-    - ...  Cunffht the 8tn<Ieii<��.  There was formerly a barber In Harvard square who caught tbe university  etistoni with this classic appeal which  some friendly patron suggested:  Sisto, viator,  Subinltte collum tonsorl  Et abl alter Adonis.  "Traveler, stay, submit your neck to  the barber and depart a second Adonis."  1.1.1'F  . :,3 *���  if U }  'i.   -.  .i f  Miss Speitz-Of course, no one coold  ���h     tho' vein--'.    t,tTon^thennig'"'ihe   truthfully speak of her as pretty.  <X&n\X   ",.K \u'thY;^^^ Mr.   Lovett - NY.-11-or-perhaps   not,  -v-ff./''  s,*r*-K.-ier.ins  the"finmC nnd  n'lvm^   but she  lias such   n quiet,  unaffected  ''>!-i���-ii    ", "'  'I'lJestive   oi-RHii?.   whun   ji n t u- ��� ,,,., ,,,,,.,-  .vi-milv   fh-mnuil   men-tisul   --uhsLanoe���result      ,ll--Ilm r-  T-Jtopiovfci   npiu-titc    Vorihrup   A   J.vr.uiu' !     IMiss   Sjicitz���'i os,   but  It  has  taken  - tffloi, s,u;;:::l)t.1c^i��1I1g,^!1��,t��tt|ino';i^,hcr s^ral w���io iicquirc [t-  ' >e-��'     Y''1,     "''��������� ���'et'     h-v    the   oiuniotin   ol  -. . ����,'",i*..'-     Una   wu.p   npi,roin-!ien   upa.if-st  .vpein. i ion     nf     un.*   on   tl,��   market A"  . ^orii^-.. I- t ,   s,-M   it.  T"\.  ' ' .*���'  m.in   thinks  ho   is  - v'-.thousru,d,   nnd   he    is--one  ;VPhi-is.  one    in    n  of   the   ci-  ' Board's Liiiimeflt is ascd by Physicians,  Axlc!:����r ��  Ciioil Deal.  "How about the rent of this house of  yours. Klittei V Doesn't the landlord  ask a good deal foi  it'r"  riillor���Yes; ho often asks five and  ��iv linir-s u month for it.���New Yorker.  EualnoHslIlce.  "Some people," said the caller with  a slight sneer, "seem to think that  signing checks Is the most important  thing in life."  "I know it," rejoined Senator Sorghum, "and It's a mistake, my boy; a  ead mistake. Getting tlio money in  bank in the first place is what counts."  AR-roert on One Point.  "But I am so unworthy, darling,"  he murmured as he kvld the dear  girl's hand In his.  "Oh, George," she sighed, "it you and  papa agreed ou every other point as  you do on that how happy we could  be!"  ly niaii, bis clothes always seemed to  be two or three sizes too large for him  and of the cheapest material. He al-  w; ys during both summer and winter  wore a large cloth cap pulled close  down on bis bead nnd altogether looked anything hut the brilliant jurist  nnd diplomat. One day, after reading  an unusually caustic comment upon his  dress, be remarked to the writer, "I  gui'ss by the time that fooi is as old aa  I nni be will care more for comfort  than fashiou."  Xot   Settled.  Jones*���Does he lo\o her still?  Johnson ���No; her father keepj him  un the jump all the time.--Kr i-*as Citj  Inv .'pendent.  ^age^j/oven VV ir*o ��} erice  vv th i.,-i contiriuou-- coil (nnl eriiTU)f*'>i-* tho  h -;m -tei'k-hviiviir.T fo:i.*<* male i'.i.e No.  7 wise si.uu!^ a J.'.'ipo'iii '-. -.train ���ctuiii.'nrt  N.i. 7 wii-ooalv- l.TU-i i>r.ui. '-���. Common uiro  ���vul not lo 1-it strai^hli'in out t-'.ui-.jt  h.t-ii I u  ipri-iu* tcui'v-r ���Ri-jo  vi    ���    hiw.  Tha ra.i-o *0*.--iro Fonco Co., Limitad,  WsUkervino, Ont.  MontraaJ. *P.Q.. end St. JoMav "M.S.      11  X :��� A;-\AhA..-A  WpXP'fX^ M  i. (-TV-* *f   Vi���.-��  Jr^OvSvS SL B.OSS, General Agents, WIHN3JEG..MAN.  When a lemon is liLrge enough to  fill a test ring two and five-sixteenths of an inch inside, it is picked  and if it is still green it is stoied  until  it  ripens.  All   i^n't   aiiv.ijs tho widow's, fault  she r em,i ins  mconsohible  j,  .   '-/.���Th  it i  <>! 'Uin of natural  gas is |hr> tie  tlor.   of   w,iff,|-   upon   nliuniniini  bide  by   v.-hicl  upon   ii iiiininiuii      car-  mutluine  i.s  evolved  Proof   l����Ai(ivc.  M;.-i Charcoal���I tiMl yo'. Mi/.' John-  f-ln.:. d.'se lieab ptitfiit iiiedieiues hain't I  no  'count  at  all      l'zc bet'ii   usin'  (lis ; tho college I met an old -woman, and  I il v  balm face bb-acli fo' a yeah now,    then I turned back again."���Fliegendo  Sujierst It lonsi.  "What!  Did you let tho examinations  go by again, CarlV"  I'll tell you, father.   On tbe way lo  an' It ' 1'ected me none.  Blatter.  Results from common soaps:  eczema, coarse hands, ragged  clothes,   shrunken    flannels.  REDUCES  EXPENSE  ���4.��l��v for t!ic G<���-.-,.;������ ���*�� Bar e-  The     cattle  king   oi     (lie     w. -.  plums    is   passing   away   foie\u  ft w yea is  ago  ihere weie  neci-1-,  riiilhonaires,   exclusive  citih ri"*i.,  the sdiitbwest.  now  tiierc aie luit  tun  A  lim  in  This <ilnn is slow ni-.d uot very sure  Wilson's  a!y Pads  Will kill millions nnd Aa it quici.lv      j  10   Cents j~  SS^ JKl-sT   BlH'{*C.HJ"-��*vl  *S--**i***.*  ^Ss��a.l ,  Be*! 5��IIIn-r SV'rt Supporter **nd Waist Adjo**!*-*.  �����*���--.*. tntr<vvliiccd.    Se;is..!.*it siertit.   ,Go.>J pruSt.  '  Sfr4 '.".  -'-."; lot sample-  cn.1   terras   .to   ��fri--.t��  BRUSH ���& A)., Dept.'Yv'. TOROiYra  1-M2SS  I  ���s-.if> ������! Mi*: ovr..>".im  sSv_J-.Jili*-��.-      .3><jro>"-      \i  L   i   i ll   ',-,(.;;il -J-l;   i  \(i .    ii.i1 !.   i.i-'l lui.i.- I'ljii.  Xo-.oii,"  ;--    U' a. j;il-:r ; hoi .*i  ^e -.1 - |uu ;i i !i   .li tn n;.i iv.-li il ;-  ll,.- <uii\     i. ^f    '.-iy Wi.i,  i'Or n  I  \ l" j  i.iru.ur I ii.'.ln u:i*:< or i.i  if iui do.>- u,'l ' 'I  '   n*....r.- Ihiiii'l-'  I or ,S,i!f, ���!*,-���������  RGBERT M. .--10G.7E, -   -   WINt-'.'E'J.. f/;ANiT0OA  e i  ot:  .T*5��'*J=t��tt  r;;,i-roi  -. i...-.-!.-.,?vip-���  ,i if-t. Uii.-u bly  f tlinin i-vQti  W IKXjS. ���  \i*w. ?���-;. I-  i -  . I  .K38vj5��:  "^v.-tfJ1*" ^v  3-Y-&  -^-jnq*****r*^ff*n-rrr--mw--'*i'��m*i��b^ ^>c>^g-ciJr-FH--w-m--*g  *    -PUD        WftYW       F TI^TIUB I '    Nothing lAcKilic.renc?.'  llib     JJlUliL1     i'li-MM-     j     "Cr.s tiuth   learned  by  actual  ex-  , s. _.J���.., * 1...A ..Y-L.Y ...__ | p'-r;e~cc doss .more good than' ton eri  Ej.L  uurin*H**nn  MM  ���ii-oniinri  it-listed ir tro :=<c;c-/. c/ tbe -.ccpb  1    of V>y.3 f-: i:Ts;t iXcoizzcy'. ''"  ovnr^E: cO c��  ���Publishers.  r/.-rns or sdi-.'-cptpt-.c::  ;-o Yes.  en ^"^  S AT UEDA.Y,, JU.N' E 27, 1903.  Atrait ~tl:3 mi-'fnc'clt'jation Ifjoks  hopeful.  -J    " '���'   '   "  Isn't it -iboul time for the Liberal:*  Lobewakingupand taking Eomo ae-  lion?  '   School is'out, aiul'thc small boy's  troubles are over lor a few weets ut  least.  l**jU*U��Ji.��i '��� MOT  The On tario-Slocan Lumber Co.--  operating at Slocan City, is, making an  eiibrt to employ hmese, but the people of that town won't fctar.d for it,  and they are perfectly rich I.    ,  It is jel'dcrr*. oiie'nnds' such  delglit-  ;i;lly refreshing  candor aa   (hie, a   big  heading in tho Montreal Star.  .UiSKNCH    OF   R.VIX"AF-  -'  KKOTSCIl'Y MILK SUPPLY.  ,irrtvfd   whi'ii   the, as-  ���"��� .).������    jri.id    Jiarid  mi    ll ,1    lie  y   hi-    W'urk  ��� fti.iur.'i-'d  periences ens hears abor.t.'"' Tell a  iii a::" that Chamberlaltra Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Hem^dy will cure cholera ir.crbus, arid he v/ill rYcst Tikelyi  forget it before Iho * end '"of tlie day.  Let him have a severe attack' of thai  disease, feci tli.it he is about to die.  use this remedy, and learn from his J  own experience hew Vuie.:!y "it given  relief, and he will rerhember it all his  life.    For sale by all druggists.  i - -     " ' V \* "  Why you should buy '  & 4ffi & LAY  TOBACCO.  BECAUSE it is thc bes'^ quality.  BECAUSE -it   is   the" most  LiSTlNC  chew., <>  BECAUSE it   is   thc   largest  high  grade 10 or 20c plug.  BECAUSE tbe tacs are valuable for  premiums until Jan.1, 190G  BECAUSE we guarantee every plug,  and -  -    -  IJEGATJ-SE your dealer  is   authorised  to   refund   your   money  if  vou are not satisfied.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO.  Ltd.  ��� iiiiiiw.ii iimrnj,*.r��u^i4*ini-iiiin rwi.waBrcMn-��w,*.jurwi.��.iai.i mpa-gi  IS  '. ,.- ui-ueerv-ttives have sit least   one  plank in their platform   that  appeals  ,to the people. It is plank No. 9, which  reads: ���  0 Tbat tlie rilvor-leaiVincliistrics or the province be ioslereu aiul encouraged by'the imposition of incre!i*-cd uuEtoins (hples on lead and  lertd products imported into Canada, and that  tlie Conservaiive uic-rubers of thc Dominion  liou&c be nrnL-d to .support uny motion introduced for bucli apr.rposo.  An error was made in last week's  issue of the Leader iu'giving the list of  the town's in the Cranbrook electoral  district, re ft Steels v/no ucintcntion-  Y.lly omitted frcrr. the list,.. The para-  -_���������-> pi* :,!-r*'lci '.*aY> X:A ::.** foliov;s:  - y     ,      ���..,.��� |,,*-.    :_*'c)i:;l;     Y ist  ' 'ivid.'d ifcio"iv.*o  ������ ,;��� - .'tt,-,, , mill the number 'of  - !���������:��� in Hit- now district, or Cranbrook  .li-Mrii't, would be as follows: Moyie,  129; Cranbrook, 20-]; Fort Steele,  17(5; Wardr.er, 21; Tracy Greek, C:  ���\Vdsii, 14;   Kiinbc'rley, G7.-rTctal, 017.  Insure Today*   It'  May Be Too Late  Tomorrow,  INSURE WITH  Beale* Hutchison  & Eiwell-  Eesidsntial -Jolts   ou  Campbell  street.  -, liesidontiai    lets   sn  Tavistock  street.  House and lot on Victoria strc-ct.  Kouae and  let on  Lake Shore  avenue,  Business    block    on    Victoria  Gtreet.  Good dairy business near town. ,  liming fc-i-ock,  FOPy 'RENT.  Onice rooms and living anpart-  .nen.ts on Victoria street.  I-TouseE for rout. '  We do   a   general   commission  business.  'Farrell'& Smyth,  ti  MOYIJ3, ii. C.  nUJ!MMJtl.imiMUkm   | �������� t-BIV  IRXC3  ioyie Labor on  Meets in the I. 0. 0. F. hall every  "Saturday  evening   .it   3   o'clock  Visil-'nn brethren ara cordially invited  to   attend   tl:cce -eetin^s.  'c.-i-Tsro:;,  &, ~^"' - A. A      ..    .     ^.-��-      '-.'ii^w^A-i.i^^^j^,    <'.  '^  b.vC ' j  \  ft  ���A  jvl  '-������'��� "J  f  i    *���'  ouniain  " ���'. "*!  L 0.0. F,  AViltley r.-uls-a Ko._*.C  Jkleetis every Slonday evening in thejr  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd rellov/3 cordially invited.  I<\ J. Smy.-j.,   .  r-.f,.'"  V 'A    ,-.C'.  A. 1). DKUMM'OjVI),  Secr'y.  The eafost buy of the   season, find   you   will double you.  money m three mouths.    Thc company   have   X2   i\A,ua  which surroqud the St. Eugene   mine--tho  kirgeut ally-./.  ..lead rrjine on the American t-outinenl.  Cures Pain Instantly  in" any part of body*  Without    taking   a   drop  of   .  medicine.'   All the superficial    .  pains are relieved without tho  -  big risk oi   taking   dangerous  drugs  into   the   system.    Its  work   is    simplv   marvelous;.  I ���  | Price, $2.00.  i - -  [CHRISTIAN      Tst1ELSE2St,      Agent  moyie, n. c.  Moyie Board of Trade j  Meets on the first Wednesday j  evening of each    month at i  8 o'clock sharp   in the court  ' house.  ���Jai'KS Okontx, If on. Pros.  ���A. P. Macdo.vau), Pree.  P.P.   J01IKST0.N", Pt.CAui'BKU',,  Vico-PrCb.  Scc'y-  reasury  "��  ogk is nm 5e  ants a Share  ing  mdOR!^.  Hasd Oiticv,  OXtANOKOOE  v mjiUM*. MJitmti. mn. 'a-mi nitt-a-r-*^-^  0. F. DE3AULNIEE.  DEALER  IK  W. F. GURU,  IJAKKISTEK, SOCICITOif, JHTC.  CR.VNBROUK. , " B. C  DR. F. E. KING,  t  1   X>32.^3:TJ��^4T(1  'I    - ,  J    pv*Jj��!  y  imW'  /i mm  ;y    itfi--Sia6  ^ mi  * few  i *"sj,*9*y*!  Harvey   &   MpCarter51 .fe  FORT STKELir, p. c   > ^  irnrcoy, .ireCarter & l'iiikl'.'in;.  REVKLSTOKE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors,  k*>' For Piirliculiiro apply to  &   FARRELL &��� SMYTH,  BOX 35.  ���i-ny  rM1  Cranbrook,  B,   O.i  FExamH rm.iw - 'u' *�����  GET YOUR  Vegetables,  Fruit, Tea, Coffee  Stovepipe^  Tinware at  WAi-a**  PROMPT DELIVERY.  ! -Queens'. Ave.4     MOYIE  e^arwn����JLi��i^gLl-**tLijL*i*iJi*uitj-.lJ -ui. i-J-ni^irc-gyttaasaujrrvL ���iwTirT-ie.,jru-'|g-**'JTai  George H. Thompson,    j    ���    ^     ^ -    t     .���   ,  Baeeistkr, Solicitor,  No* J l/rUgS-)   vll6lIlICdiS?  &g&1^2g2��2^:3Z2^^ '3x2&m y��%2il  Drug and Stationerv  Store,  Office  tary Pct-lic, lvc.  Ob^icitor for the Imperial  Bank of Canada:  ! Toilet Articles  Schoo  tationer)  Supplies,  \ PPX%b-  CRAKBJiOOK.  BltlTISII COLOl'lIA.  ,.JLM.vL-iiL������>.-��� .���'������IL. in.... !���  '{**._���  "IS  iablo venaouy lav  Uieoo i 14* 1^ P*^  Too Great a UlsV.  In almost every neighborhood norr.e-  one has died from an attack cf colic or  cholera morbus; often before medicine  could bv yrosured or a phyoiaian sum- ^  ;noncci. J1, vol  dlGoasea ghouW bu Itciit r.l lia;��d. 'the j  risk is too Rroal foi- anyona to l-akce j  Ohamberlau's Colic, Cholera and |  Dinrrheea Remedy ��� has undoubtedly j  .saved the lives of more people1 and re-- j  lieved v.io..-��� ":X'A and cuffcrmg than]  any other, mod.cine ic i:re. It cai  always be dtpendccj upoh.. For  ���)y all du^gcitc.  r-J��^  ySffi  MOPOUTAH  r.'OYin's r.iiL,j;xG uotkl.  W. H. F. CROSBY, Proprietor,  Y  Si*?-*.  Qu? firi}^ iiio ;iloa;ci p,t{QR3.  '! MOYIE,  British GoluiLi:ia|"^|  ^  *~*      ���_ .       *t��* _     "n. i-       fc/1 uj   r ?�� *t ���" J',,ff  K,    ffT, ^- k  Doec* *i����^*  ilAfi; bat]   bell!:  11 *,!.���*;  always or. hand.  sale  MOSETSSBY  MINES  TOWNSIT^S.'  An auction sale of Government Lots  will bo held at tlie ofikc df F. M Mc-  Luod.in'lhe townsitc, on Thursday.  Jn!\ /nd at JO o'clock in the forenoon  i ,1.. ivny tune.  '.i(jr,ns���One-tliird   ^?h,    m:c-third  six months, ouc-lh.ird twelve  months.  An upset price has been   placed   on  each lot. !  A fee oi ton dollar*-,  will he  charged j  the purchaser for a Crown Crant. i  .Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in t-hu Printing  Line a-t the  i JOSEPH NIKDERSTADT, Prop.  If-hd bdst OffacooiTitr.odiitions j  for',the traveling public,  P. J. McMahon, Mgr.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   CO    TO  *%  Sir ra8.fi"  TO AKD T'ROir.ALJj  Sf";  piU-llMM-HI  Joseph's   Convent.  KKLSOK, 13. C.  SS'-EI,  4-  ���t  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Tru'vi-M,-!-.--,-- imported    Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  ���r - -ji i f ��� ��� ^>'>JK->MMMr]��>��  u-reat  iEAST kootenay;BOTTLING CO  ���.'.inrdin;': and Day .-5ohj-;l   c>;ridi.-;ot-  , ed I-y tli2 Si.-'.cr- cf.-'.', J.j.'r.pl*, 2rcli*i)n  Fort Steele, 11. Cl^h ,! unc, I'.iO.0..   ; ���>_    Ci      ConmicrciY     and     budiuet^  J, I-   ,\ J? "WS I'l-vON'',     ' ���.uur.-it'd .t   f-piciaily.     I*> celleiico   mid  C:-'\nu��iU'iit AgiM.*;.' -wift   progre-B   clitiruoL- .the   A.'.fu   di   \   . ' p.irtim-nt.    raiont-;   i*hoi:ld   v/iite   foi.       "    { pm ticulars.    One niuntli   ai'siuc.i   tlie!  notjci;. .public   of   the   tlioroughncris   of   the j  in u.; m it im vi-ii ��� A(-tioiL*K\ii.u. tho do.*..-; yiHteic'metliodis   of teaching.    Terms-1  ��� uu of Ri*.<*i\ ui'd Siroe-  r.. f-, i'..'.;. 1&-J7.  Not in* Is hereby  f*iv.  bcii.jj   CMip'T   If.*5,  .".l.j.IIv..*.!  bdv-'ii ind.l ��� hy Ihi-llii-L KOvAenny I.nnber Con\-  iiany, Ui'iiiwlj of .'raiibmok, British. Oolin.i-  1)1,1, .!1.a tiie hi-iutcuiiin-iiovv-nior in .Council  s io dor the prcvisiou.-i of Ut; ubove niciiiioiit-d  Act/dr/CvU!li<��ritv' to procodl  upon   flit;  exjiihi-;  .Hon of (sixtv <invs from the l"u>;t publwarioi- of  Mil's notice in tbe Kritifili Co!umbi.ivGii**et.L(* am]'  Sloyi..' Leader, newKpajjer at. .Movie, Jj. C, with  'be removal oiGbstruciions-.ftiiJ lhc eonstnic-  tiou  of.daias, v.'ilidey  and  booms,   and   otbei*  ' workH ih'erem and tbereou necessary to faeili  <iite UiclloatinK'ancl. u-ansraittirin:. of logs and  (iiiibur.in the Moyie river below tho lower  Moyie lake, and also to take and uko any lauds  which ruuv he 'necessary for the ���construction  Ot tlie Bftid works, also  that  the, toll  rate pro-  .-posed Ui, be.,charged is $2.00 per thousand feet  UOiird ineasurc. - . .     ���  Also thfittlvB.naid. company have deposited  wttii. tbo Chief Commis iouer of Lands and  Worke, at.Victoria, li. C, maps' aid plans and  book of reference, as refjiiircd by. the said Act.  'i'hclaild!'aiul water, to be aOcctedby the  Maid work will be the lamlr, adjoiuini; and tho  v-alera of the cata Moyie river .bclcw; the said  Movie lake, aud tbo naidlower Moyie lake.  iltttc'd dt Cranbrook, B."C*, this- ninth  day of  April, 1903. W.F.UURD,  eolfcUvrffor.tb ,'.- VVP-'CatUs* .,   Cranbrook, B. C  jl_ , 1   limn���llirMMIWllMiW    !>!.���> J-'J .-W.Wm.*L.��WW���tW.'-.-W.**-'  coniinv-iicc .Jiinuarj*,   Ajiril   and   Sept,  I'upils are udmitted during term  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  .SUBSCRIBE FOE   TJEIE   LEADER  ... Copyrights &c.  Ai.yoi.fi sendlriB a nkcfcl. and -acacripMon maj  rniloUlv iiufiertain our opinion Ireo whriuicr au ���.  invvintion is probably patenwible.   Coinmunica-  Lions si ricllyf-otinclenti.-vl. IliifStloookon Patents  sent free. Oldest n;*rT)o-/,f'J** to-.-urlriif patents.  Patent a taken Uin-iiii-i ilnnn ft Co. receive  WCh'lvMice. without ch-.ri"*, .r. the  Scientific Jlsi^i; w��*  A hnnriHoniel-* ilhiitr;^-".! <-"<*Ki-. Liirf-ost c-lr-  filiation of .ii.ysc.ei.i'--*V. 5'��iirii..!. 'i^iue.Ua  yp.-ir- four -iifinths, -j'. ' htf 0 by ...1 p-i vHflcalom.  EvrucIi OfllC��. -Si.* *  bU'*����,-W!lon. D. C.  SHORT XjIKT33  ,  TO  Spokane,   Seattle   and   Goad   1'ointy.  St.''Paul, .Dululli, Minneapolis.  .���.Chicago. andToinUEiist.  2 TRAINS DAILY I)  FAST TIME    ��  jS"e\v   Equipment'.Throughout,    Day  Coaches, Palace   and. Tourist  Sleepers,Dining and Buffet Smoking and Library Cars. ,  ForTickets,   Rates,   Foldurs   and  Full  in forma !.i.m, .call on   or   address any   Gnat Northc;-!-  A.gent '  or write  Beer Always on Hand,  Ctuality not excelled in the country.lt;Tryiit:and|^  be'eonvinced. fe^itel  i , . ,.- ^mn-^e^zrvri^Bm^m^avjJw^**  i >.YT<{ f*V"v<>  ft  fa  i  ft  ft  ft  ft  v. f. jonwwoft  mm  .������������jy-jTi ****���  11  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  Orders Golicl^od.  Soda Wacorand Syphons,jT]jB HrtlCfBli  n" pn i      Saniiariaoi.  *    UU !ARROW   LAKE,  B  UK0LP.SAr.l-, AN1J 11KTAII,  MEAT  "'-I5ER0HANTS  \i/  ��/  I'll  $  ft  ft  /(���>   mdvii:.  i % -;��c- ��s-c*->?s-c:e���:(c-5-:��* s���se*se*,�����-s*e<ce-s-��-&6-5  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMKRCIAI  AND MINING MEN  i'i'iTisi::<'>11  i *ii.**   ^t'.^'viS  i;i:iTlSi::<*".'     j   -.<. *-y^pi  - ���-�����-���c������2^.������&���-^i-:-��''^�����!f������5���-'���" '"'4 'I--.    ���,'    ���-��&?(���  .���^.7' '-rr  11  \1B*^*  HH.I Wla"l >Mr--^*i*,��W*��irMin  H5  {.->*'  0.  and  Em"balmer.  Fresh, and Cured Meal's, Fresh  .Fish, Game ana Poultry.- We  supply only tho. best. Your  trade solicited.  BiVI/VJMiKTH  The Most Complete  Health    Resort   on  the    Continent      ot  North America.  CHAS.   P.   OAMPBEl^:;gJ  Undertaker 'Z^Sfc  - .'yKEqx  I ^^  ' (\,mnP,(!nfck(.l��,Hl,��P...' -i: ^'vi^B  ; and styles conslanUy k��-pt >'��� ^ .|\&|if  j oaicoover Impeiiai I-'/y!' r^vSl  i.iuln-    Tclcsrapl.andY,i,il l^'^;A  ��� linr.'l   I"1 It ^���f?Vi&$l? 1  coive prompt  attention..   (,P"'     *V-^��J^^  ianddny.    Pli'one/I^  Its JJA.T'l.i.S Cure-all   IsfervouK   and;  Muscular J)Xen?ea,  ' .    ���   '"        -| CranbrOOfey  its  WATERS'   Ifeai; all    Kidney,  Liver and Stomach Ailment's..'     . "  j     They   arc a   Neverfailing    Remedy!  In   all   the   Principa) for ul!.HiienmaLic Ti-oubics, " j  ^ . TERMS-4ir> to $18' per week,, -nc-1  Cities and    Towns   in coming to residence in irotei or viihi...;  ���     i ��� ��� i  ������  In BtONB Ihuiili'Y-  BritishVColumrjia.  CEAIBR30E, B C.  a. n. c. Di��Nisro;*r, o. ^v. .c. a. '  GI2 First Avenue.      , Skattlk, Wash   Heaiic-uaui i<jrt.- kou East Kootknay,  .���--'i  v     ^ >J "!  f   f^,  * *T'l  .-V-v      ' \  ��*.      ^rl  .   Mrs.W.A. Prest,  J.'hoiographr-r,  CVjltbri.-.h      "lloj-ly.     JTurt Simile.  ! '.* : -.     aM Safari'  \V. R. SfoftWj Proi)-.  f  !*V��i -.  ^  5  L.J . it-  '    1^  t     +  ^ l  ^^^^^SSBRs^sB^^ss^^

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