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.Di-'McKen'zi.e.'arjdi'Ui'fe
lie;poured but would ■nielt.-dheheart'ol';
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't.U'ii.irelybf tlio yFrank:--;'nifrje '':when;^hbo::t
^i:id(.y:carae.;Diandy;;espla|nPd;y^^i
how -he dug tiiinself -oiity.aud-.'lvow:  bis-' y.
■hand, wan-cryshedy'sby'a^■■,fallirig;:yrpckf;":;:s;
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besot outand found that his ywife ahdy ■>
;V_3aGCU^jer^tt'Juttt.'::;_€th:n
r'a,li.'<'y;
:': Clarence Washingtou,ythe iniiaieian,
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axid ,-to■'see ;it ,'a-nd be,:with' i fc"prices more ;..';•;';,;
iov   of' his' life,".y?
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HEAD: OFFICE, TOltONm;Q^TAK10. ■  . •    ;      \ f ,
E. HAY; As3istan,t;G6n, Manager.    W. ^OFPAT, O.hief Inspecipr^
nB'A^^^^A^'n^AM'ni!  .'A^eubralbanlving;'QUdi-'
CRANB-gUQK'^^ neSf transacted. :;:;■:;;
,. HMvi:Nt?B^iAUTMlSN"T—liilere^t lu>b^''(;d:.on.>loposits.:,:^y " ;.y', -;
:|^|§|    i)raft8 '.old, available 'in air parts   of .; Caaa'da, -i United. ^tates .and -
c Europp.'^Soecial. attention given'-lO' cptlecUons.:     '-,::._:•:.,..,. ."..
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Mpyio-"'.wa!3;'.Cy't-li.ra.a.tened-,-witi'v; being.
*v>bjllo(?dedbyW
this.week, and as. it -was; considerable
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damnge was .dona,:lo property along'
Queen aveune.. Government Agon,b
>.: ' Arn'-isfrong'caiiie down .yesterday' and
arranged to prevent any yfurtber dam*
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FARBELL &' SilWTH.
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Tt"was: au noanbed ' Tast . week): that
whatv^bxten t:-tiIere:::Was-■: ho^iraea^
]udgm_v
Thbap.:;ihicht eorae■:dbwa::ih^^e
.,    v'j-     ■'„..'  ■•_     v   i_■■•.-„■ ■ „w„»,' .> small quantitiaay and,, be  or frequent
the ladies of thc Presbyterian  churen :    - ,, - ■...    ;     ....   ■■ ,y      .,.,-..
"       occurrence; or: there, might -oeay-big
,. would hold:, ayscicialehtertaihrnent, on
or'about May 25th.. It '/has :heen\ ;'de~
bided,u> -postpone this yentertainment
for some weeks later  .than, -the .above
date, ■.':''-■'-"■ -■■V- ■•- ■■;. ■■'■■[' Z'■-.■':'- ■.'';■■ .. ■ ,
y A. D, Eir'unimond;, came tip frd'm'
Morfiasey Mines . yesterday and' returned last evening. : Ke reports times
flourishing in the. new town. Ra'der <k
Farrell are getting along.well'with tli.eii'
now hokl andPaUl.Jeriseh Is running
a bakery and aupplymg-the tovvn ,',v|tl"""
:ho."stall pf life."
sHdo tliat yvbuld wipe out;a ypartof the
town, biit.it was"probiinietical whether
there was danger of further, d'amagq;to
•the towb.     'y       -. :,,■.*•;•'■,■•.'■ ■'
Premier Hauitain caused, a"meoting
•ot the.citlzens. to , be ■ assembled, and
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that none of a'sprious cliaracter might
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By HOWARD FIELDING
Copyright, 1S01, by Charles V/. Hookc.
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Yet there Is no money in detecting
nlone and but small advancement, as
Elinendorf.     well     knew.   What     one
needs is the skill to construct a good,
strong   "pull."   coupled   with   the   capacity to turn the incidents of the profession   to   one's   personal   advantage.
In these important particulars Elmen-
dorf was a dire failure.   He secured no
pull, and lie was forced to live almost
-   entirely  upon   his  salary.   Indeed   his
^continuance    on   tlie    staff   was    due
largely to the favor In wliicli he was
held   by   certain   men   connected   with
the press.    The feeling that If Elmendorf- should bo sen. hack to patrol duty
somebody  would  get  "Toasted"  for it
long and  bard  In at least two of the
big papers was the deciding factor in
his case on several occasions.
lie  was  useful,   however,  in  affairs
like that with  which the present record has to do,  where early rumor count (-ted    persons    of    prominence    and
we.-ilrh with criminal cases and it was
'- desirable to have a prompt-aud honest
report as a basis for subsequent action.
In   the mailer of the1 murderous at-
tacK upon  Elsie Miller,  Fluiendorf re- j
ccived  orders.,, on  the  morning of the !
■day   following   that   upon   which   the
crime   was   committed,   to   "look   up" ,
John ItobLuson.    It appeared that It'ob- i
inson   had  left  the  house  on   Thirty- j
eighth street immediately after Alden's- !
departure,  which he had, viewed  with
every indication of intense and painful
exr-hemeut.
I\o obstacle was put in the way of
lils departure when he desired to go;
but an unobtrusive young man of Captain Neale's retinue-walked upon  the
other side of the street.    Robinson did
not see this young man—which is sometimes a great misfortune for the person thus attended—but it happened, in'
this instance, that after a considerable
amount   of   pedestrian   exercise   of   a
seemingly aimless sort the young man
did not see Robinson, and this was undoubtedly a serious misfortune for the
"shadow."   He was roundly sworn at
by his superior, when, after a fruitless
search,1'he   was   obliged   to  announce
his failure to that individual.   Tie did
, not do  this,   of  course,   until   he   had
waited  a  long   time   in   front   of   the
house where Robinson lived. Had Rolx
Inson   returned    there   the   "shadow"
would  have  given,  in his subsequent
report, a full statement covering every
detail  of   Robinson's   movements   and
every minute of the time, aud would
cheerfully' have  sworn  to it in  court
had later events made such a proceeding necessary.     But,   failing  to  "pick
■up"   Robinson,   there   was. no   escape
from confession.
- The landlady of the boarding house
where Robinson lived said that he
was somewhat irregular in his habits
and that he did not always come home
to dinner,-but when at 2 o'clock in the
morning It was reported that, he had
not appeared Captain Neale began to,
be unoaa'y. As he expressed it, "If Robinson has .skipped, there'll be nothing
doing."
Translated this meant that if a humble clerk of unknown antecedents had
stained his soul with crime for !?r>00
there remained only the profitless task
of catching him and sending him to
jail.
Elmendorf had no Idea that Robinson
had "skipped," principally because
there was no apparent reason for It.
The clerk had delivered the note to
Elsie and had then left the house, aa
the testimony of the servant, a reliable
woman long In Mrs. Simmons' employ,
satisfactorily proved. That Robinson
had immediately returned and committed the atrocious crime for a reward so
small was, Ln Elmendorf's opinion, a
wild hallucination, though he had heard
such a hypothesis stated. But that
Robinson's extreme t agitation when
brought to the scene was due to a more
Intimate knowledge of the affair than
he had disclosed was a much more reasonable proposition.
As to the money In the note, Elmendorf was far from regarding it as the
motive for the crime.   He believed that
the monoy had been there, for that was
one of the few points upon which Elsie
had made a positive declaration ln her
first response to questions, as Elmendorf had been Informed by Kendall in
their earliest Interview at the hospital.
She had said that ehe had removed the
monoy and had laid it, with the note,
upon the table.    It had been stolen, but
probably as a "blind," unless, Indeed,
some person connected with the police
had comforted an itching palm with it.
Upon reoelving his orders ln regard
to Robinson the detective went down
town to the building in which Alden's'
offices wore situated.    He took up an !
Inconspicuous   position   near   by   and j
after half an hour of waiting had the I
pleasure of wishing Mr. Robinson good
morning upon the sidewalk at a point
about one hundred feet from the build- j
Ing.   This was unfortunate for Captain ''
Neale's man, Barnes, who was waiting !
in the doorway. I
Elmendorf   made   no   secret  of   his '
Identity or of his errand, and Robinson
seemed quite undisturbed. ;
"I was pretty badly upset yesterday
afternoon," he said. "It was all so mid-
don and shocking. Of course I had no
special interest In Miss Miller. Probably 1 haven't seen her more than three
or four times in ray life. Rut to think
that this should have happened po soon
after I had left her! I tell you It gave
me a turn. I didn't feel much like being alone, 60 I went to see a fellow
whom 1 know and spent the night In
bis rooms. How is Miss Miller this
morning?"
Elmendorf replied that his advices
were altogether favorable, and little
more was said until they had entered
Alden's private othce, lu which Robinson had a desk.
"I thought you knew Miss Miller
quite well," said Elmendorf, takiug a
chair. "You spoke of ber by her first
name yesterday."
"Did I?" said Robinson, opening his
eyes wide. "Well, 1 might hare said
almost anything yesterday. I was
nervous, and that's a fact."
"How did It happen  that you took
'the note?"
"Why. Mr. Alden was going to ring
for, a messenger boy," was the reply,
"ami   then   he   mentioned   that   there
was money in the note and asked me
about one of our own'boys, who happened to be out at the time.   So 1 said
I'd take the note.    I wanted to go up
to my room, and it's only a little, way
from wdiere Miss Miller lived.   1 liadn t
anything particular to do at the time."
"What did,you want to go to your
room for?",
"To get a fetter I had left there," re-
_pllcd Robinson.   "Nothing of an_* great
Importance."
"Came for you In the morning. I suppose, and j-ou forgot to bring It down,"-
said   Elmendorf,   with  the air  of  one
who hastens to dismiss a subject.
"Yes; that was It."
■ "Did you get It?" "
■ "Why, certainly."     ■
"Where Is it now?" demanded the detective.
Robinson's   forehead   began   to  perspire.
"I destroyed It." he said.
"Who wrote it?"   ■ < ,{
"Why, what has that to do with"—     ;
"Who   wrote   It?"   said   Elmendorf, '
tapping on the floor with his caua.        j
"Fellow   over   In    Philadelphia."   re- '
plied Robinson,    "Hut I don't see"—
"(Jive (jne his name and address,"
said the detective, taking put a notebook and a pencil.
"This Is private business," rejoined
Robinson, mopping his face. "It has
nothing to do with this affair."
"My dear sir," said Elmendorf, "in a
case of this kind, when a man begins"
to lie, it's always important. I happen
to know that you haven't had a letter
schools Iu  Honolulu.
Elmendorf traced out a pattern In the
rug with the end of his cane. "The
man has a record." he wus saying to
himself. "This story Is a work of art.
No cable to Honolulu, and Anioy-is a
long way from Mulberry street. It
will take about six mouths to, prove
that this man never lived in the Sandwich Islands unless we can strike his
trail around here."
"Did you carry that cane yesterday?"
asked Elmendorf suddenly, and Robinson promptly wTent Into a blue chili
which he strove to conceal.
"Yes—of course—no," he stammered.
"1 think that was wbaM went to my
room for."
"I think it wasn't," said Elmendorf,
and at that moment, to the surprise of
both, Alden entered the room.
: .ny. Klinemiorf encountered a bit of
better fortune in learning that Rubin-
son had visited his place of employment on the ijre\ious day Pel ween .">
and 0 o'clock.
"If he's the man." reflected the detective, "he took that money home, and
then, not finding a satisfactory place to
bide it. he brought it down here Hy
the everlasting, be,must have ha-i it m
his pocket right there in Elsie Miller's
room; No wonder he had nervous prostration!"
Alden, as was to have been expected,
bad left  his otiioe long before  Klnn-n
dorf returned ru it.    Robinson also had
gone away. l.-i:t miiiht come hack soon.
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"CX.AKENCE." '
L D E N    looked    yen rs
younger than yester-
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come to that house since,you've beeti'j
living,,there, so you didn't go up town ■
to get one.    In my opinion, you  went
up  because  you   wanted   to  see   Miss '
Miller.   Isn't that r. fact?"
da3r. His expression
had lost much or Its
pnInful concentration
and intensity, though
a shrewd man might
say he was still under
the domination of a Blngle thought.
"Such splendid news at the hospital," snid he, "that I ventured down
here for a few minutes. I can see her
this afternoon. .lack," die added, addressing Robinson, "you'll have to look
out for my mall for the next few days.
I shall be at St. Winifred's all the
time, or at thu house next door on the
west. Any news this morning. :'lr.
Elmendorf?"
"No," replied the detective.    "I came
down  to'have a  little  tulk  with. Mr.
Kobinson, but as neither of us knows
anything the result was not iniportnut.
By the way, can I write a note at your
desk?"     •-
Alden was just,raising the lid.
"Certainly," said he, and Elmendorf
sat down and wrote, fast with a sputtering'pen.'
■ "I  don't   see  any  blotter  here,"   he
said, when the pen stopped scratching.
"Never use one," rejoined Alden; '.'1
don't have time. There's a pad, but I>
never blot anything on It."
"You don't spill as much Ink as I do,"
said Elmendorf, "except on your, signature.   You write that black enough."
"Habit    of    mine,"  .replied    AldeD.
replied Robinson. "Suppose I say that i
I did. how would that strike Mr. Al- '
den?" ' "|
"It won't strike him at all," said, El- I
mendbrf,, "because   I, shan't  tell   him. '
I don't mean to intimate that you had
anything particular to say to Miss Mil- [
lor.    But you'd seen her, you knew she
was a very pretty and agreeable ghi, I
"Da.   _/"
opening   hlu
said   Robinson,
eyes wide.
find, like any other man. you didn't object to seeing her again even if it was
•only for four seconds. That's all there
is in it.   So why not tell the truth'/"
"I don't deny that I had some such
idea." -
"It was your motive for offering to
take the note, and you had no other.
Isn't that a fact?"
"Weil,  yes,"   replied   Robinson,   "between ourselves, that's tbe truth."
"You had no errand at your room?"
"Of course not."
"Then why did you go there?" demanded Elmendorf. "Why did you go
straight over there from Miss Miller's
house?"
"I thought I'd change my clothes."
6uid Robinson desperately,
"Did you change them? Haven't you
got on the same suit now that you wore
down town yesterday?"
"Yes," said Robinson. "I—I changed
my mind."
"Instead of your clothes." rejoined
Elmendorf, with a smile. "By the way,
where were you born."
Robinson's expression revealed some
slight relief.
"In   Honolulu,"   he   said.     "I   lived
there until I was 21.   Then my parents
moved to Amoy, China.   I came to this
country about two years ago."
"Whore did you land?"
"San Francisco."
"Date of arrival and name of steamer?" said Elmendorf, taking up his
notebook again.
Robinson was undisturbed this time.
"I've forgotten the exact date," he
said, "and the steamer %vas a tramp. I
can't recall her name."
Asked what he bad dono ln San
Francisco, Robinson replied that he
had drifted ncross the continent Immediately, arriving In New York In April,
a year ago. Very soon afterward lie
had had the good fortune to make the
acquaintance of Mr. Alden. who had
taken a liking to him and given him
his present position. Ho had few
friends in this country. There was no
ono who knew hlru bettor than Alden
did.
"You looked to me like a college bred
man," said Elmendorf, whereupon Robinson replied that there were excellent
"How do you happen to know auvthing
lou put me in a mighty bad place," | about 1.7"
"I saw  the note you  wrote yesterday."
Alden flushed.
"I couldn't help it," said .Elmendorf
hastily.   "And let me tell you that I'm
greatly mistaken  If the result of my
seeing it Isn't'very Important." <
"In what way?",
Elmendorf begged to be excused from
giving an immediate answer, and Alden did not insist. '
"This 'making trouble' that you mentioned last evening," he.said, "Is getting Its work In this morning. I am
shadowed by tbe most conspicuous
man ln Greater New York. Every
time he fancies that I have forgotten
his presence he barks like a dog and
remarks to every one who will listen
that th» grip is worst In hot weather."
Elmendorf glanced at Alden with an
anxious eye. He seemed to have something oa his mind, but he said only:
"I'm surprised. There are shadows on
the force who can't be picked out so
easily."
Alden regarded him intently over the
top of th© desk upon which he was
leaning.
"See if I've got any more letters outside, Jack," ho said and added when
Robinson had left .the room, "Do you
mean to say there's another one?"
"Sure," returned Elmendorf, "one
for trouble and one for business. I
don't know why I tell you these things,
except that I hate Neale. He wants to
. know where you were yesterday, aud
he thinks you'll go there again. He expects you to throw ihe man with the
grip and never notice the other one."
"I'll remember this, Elmendorf," said
Alden.
"It's a gift," replied the detective.
"As for that, you've, paid me already
with the Information that you don't
use a blotter. Good morning. I'll sea
you later in the day."
It may have been about half an hour
afterward when he presented himself
at tbe house whore John Robinson
lived and Introduced himself to the
landlady thereof, with the result that
he ' wa8 presently ushered up two
flights of stairs to a large room at the
rear of the house. .Left alone there, he
remarketl to himself, "This doesn't
seem to go against me so much as It
usually does."
Then he proceeded to examine tho
personal effects of Mr. Robinson. The
examination was thorough, but th«
product was singularly meager. He
discovered an envelope containing
somo pawnbroker's tickets, showing
loans upon a watch, a winter overcoat
and a ring of email value, and in a
waste paper basket a part of an envelope which bad been addressed to some
person ln Philadelphia, but the name
waa missing. Remembering that Robinson had thought of Philadelphia flrot
when groping ubout for a falsehood,
the latter discovery assumed some little
importance as a guide for subsequent
investigation.
The particular object of the detective's search eluded him, however, and
when he left the house he was far
from satisfied with his luck.
"I thought I knew why- Robinson
went home," he said, "but either 1
didn't or he changed his mind."
He spent some hours ln verifying
Roblason'B statement about the place
where he had passed the night and ln
attempting, to ascertain the young
man's favorite haunts and the namea
of his companions. The verification
was easy, but the search for the man's
associates yielded little. Apparently
Robinson had not a wldo circle of acquaintances.
Returning $0 the lower regions of th©
1
Ry the exorcise of a little tact t.hc detective secured permission to wait In
the private oj-ico. and while there lie
faniiii.-irbled himself thoioi:«hly with
the contents of Robinson's desk, but it
was not worth the trouble.
It was difficult to suppose that Robinson was still carrying that money hi
l his pocket.    lie must have put it so'uie-
! where.    And     Elmendorf    nicked     his
j brains,   ask in?   the   convention;-!   and
J, genei.-iliy     useless     question.     "What
j would   T  have  done  In  the same  circumstances?"     It  came  into hv.  iniml
at last that Robinson had been present
when   Alden'    was" nrrostcl.   nnd    lor
this  reason   would   not   haw  <* .pecti-d
to see  him at   the ollice again   iniine-
dlntely       '!];-,"•;    reflect ing.    Kl'nepd •;-.<
drew  some keys  of. convenient  deslirn
from bis pocket  :i:>d i-nutiiiu-iy  i:i!mm1
the lid of Allien'^ desk'.    It was , ,'ijrly
clear on   if.  workmg surface and   the
pigeonhole-; did  not look' promising, so
nt   ra.'i.b.M   I\!;-:"!i::oi-f  opened   11   linie
drawer   in   which,   under 's< me   p.;per*
which seemed in bti ve.liiiu ihcicn km.:
time,  be  found  :m en\elot>e _.blriw.:P
111 typewritten characters to John Robinson.
The envelope looked fresh and the
papers 011 top of It did not. The Inference that the thing had been slid into j sometimes
:i little used drawer and under tiiosjc
old documents (or purposes of concealment was as. easy as'possible. Elmendorf closed the drawer and the liii ol
the desk anil walked to the window
with the envelope In his hand. .1,1
looked suspicious. ' and the detective
gently murmured that he wotdd
"chance it."
With the thin blade pf a,penknife h'«_
very adroitly raised the gummed lappet without inflicting any injury
which could not be repaired. Tbe envelope contained live ..100 , bilks
wrapped iu a blank sheet of the lirni's
paper.        -
Despite the coincidence of amnuntfi,
this   was   not   necessarily   the   money,
mentioned in Alden's note to Elsie.    If,
for Instance. Mr   Robinson s-lioubl say
that he had frugally laid'by that ;;n::i,
and   had   thought   his employer"-.   .}_■.«.-_.
the safest  place  for It,   the statement
would be equally bard to behove or to
disprove,    l-'or   this   reason   Elmendorf
scrutinized the bills with nn eager eye.
and when he foiled  upon one of 11.em
«   peculiar  marl'., ,11s  if  a 'word   of  ._
strange   language   had   been   scrawled
there,    he    was   more    than    pleaded.
Raisiiig the lower sash of the wnnlovw
be made a mirror of the glass by holding the cuff of his black  coat again,-,
it.    Placing the bill before ihis mirror,
be beheld  the strange  word  reversed,
and it became legible an "Clarence."
"The signature was blotted against
the money." said be. "It couldn't lie
auythlng else. The bills were folded
Into the note while the signature was
wet, and of course It printed itself on
oue of them."
If Robinson had entered the room nt
that moment, he would have been arrested ,for attempted   murder,  but   be
To Heaith, Strength, Vitality
and Even Life itself.
erve
is Above At! Else a Blood-Builder.
The complexion tells the, quality of (
the blood and acts as a thermometer
of tho health- A' pale, sallow skin
and pallor ol the eyelids, lips, and
gums bear unquostionab.e evidence
that the blood is thin, watery and
vitiated. Poor, weak, blood fails to
supply the nervous 'system with proper nourishment und day b\ duj, the
system breaks down and disease finds
an easy victim. There ran be no
cure, no permanent relief, until the
blood is made pure, rich,' and self-
sustaining.
lvsilo, i.lootllesH (ilrls,
, Woman's system demands' a plentiful' supply of pure, healthy blood,
fJrowing girls, especially when merging into womanhood, become pale,
bloodless, weak, and run down because af itn insullioicncy in the quality or quantity of the blood. As a
result feminine irregularities and de-fi
rangements come -.mon them and
affect their health and
happiness all through life. ■ , Si
'  Just  at   this    period   Ur,     Chase's
Nerve  Food   is  of  inesiiiii__i
because it uctimlly ci&aU's
blood,   builds  up   tlu-
new   tissue  and   flesh    mat
weight. '"""*•
Nnmln^  AlulhiT.,
In  later  life,  during   the
pec.tant   period   when   tu_
to   be   nourished,   und     u
""» rich
MsU-"':   lorai
inci
'r.ii
H ex.
Lit '.,jv,(
coming, when nursing,'..,„„_„,"
tern must, thave &n unlimited J',.
of blood." At these tfirnei in _hi_l
Nerve F'ood is womun's Ij.s."!,"^
because it gives her ui ._r.i|_^
form tbe very elements ihm. ure'\'
quired to form new bloorj q,,(] ^'j.
So gentle in action us to I), periect.
ly safe and pleasant to im-e' "fe^_
Ninety per ceiit. of woman'. H'4|fe^
are due to thin, wateiy blood, a-#<tff|
weak, exhausted nerves. Hv'o»_.^tS^
coming these weaknesses Dr Chnsj'i&P*
Nerve Food makes thorough tiifM'''
lasting cures. .Of) cents a'ta. J_PV»
boxes for S2.50. At all ch-alers ' _
ISdmanson, HaUs <t Co., Torn.... "MM
SOW I® "SrOTTR Xsl^ST&M?
Por BHloua nnd Nervous Disorders, luch o* Wind «nd Pain In the Stomach, Sick Hi	
GlddinesH,   riiliesa  and  SwUIInz titer meals,  Dlrzlnens   and  Dn>-»..*ln«-**, Cold Chi
v.
./--
n
sufferer is earnestly invited to try ona Box o.These Hits, and they will bo aclcnowto*
to be -'WORIH A OUINEA A BOX."    BEEOHAM'S PILLS,   tik«n   as  dJrect*b3   .
quickly restora Feinalei t«< complete health.    TOey promptly remove tmy obitructtet
Irregularity of the system.   For a
Weak Sfomaohi Impaired Digestion} DisorderedUm\
they act like ma„ic—-a few doses -n-lll work -vYonders upon the Vital Organs \ Btrengpii* .
Insr tho muscelar system; restoring the lon„-lost Complexion; brlagrlofr b»<* the ki«a t
ei3(re of appetite, and arousing with thc ftoaabuti of lloalth tho whole Phytltu _
Energy or the human frame. Those ore "facts" admitted, by thousands, in alic'isiei _ ^-f^
of BOciety, «nd one of the tv-St R-iinri>r,*ees to the Kcrvoti. and Debilitated li that jv *■{'<&%
Saeaham's Pllla hsve tho tartjas! SnJa of any Patent Mmdictn- In tb* t ^k£
World.    Kull directions -v/uh lacb bo*. fc «     «
_-*.«■ -..*
Prepnred onl>  bj   rriO>AAS BEECHA/Vl, St. Helens, UnHand. '    .>ca_?
'Sold UTverytv/iere in Canada and U. S. America.    In boxes, 25t, L^^p
r~—~    ' '     'tf^m
i a • .un'
Erskiiie i"  n
son who i- »"  b
■ 1 ted    his
lei   m ()• 1
I'i>J»if.
on  01:
!>l.-   .      I  . 1
ee  ■ o' j ' t d   1
b'o, !«ei
ol lie ')!
:v t pf»r-
') .'i\"
.is.d    the
11 id  f.tUu
him   prose
proprietor
duress.    'I": «■  p'.   , < uio     I h.m'Ii .> \»it-
iic-w in sin 1,    it oi   the nut i miii 1 ',  w a*
pul into th'' v\ 1:Uv -»i bo\   i   . • ..'mined
I '-li in,'    t ht;   nil.< 11 'Mil Ii
il, v>     I   l.uid'i    I use    li oiii
volt anir  ei option      and
. I'l > 1 1 1 d      'I he      i, jo I li
1 1  in 1   l>\   ,'.i» islands
(     1  1
t 11      --. u
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af- c
m
1
t'Zm
I'M
v   lot
When l_r,-::.i'ic (.une to < 10-^ e^.nni.ie
him, bi> Irhd to di .o'ei <>, ,. Imline;
jilieiiutioii <i, mil"' ! ot dm - 1 tioss
exiimiiiiitio,! (o ihilid v\n\ , .! tie
shill :uul ^..l'.k fv of ,v ' k h Ik \\,js
master, l'oi ni.nlv an loin lu1 was
completely loir d
Km :i ',;•! ilr" .in v. ho h. d (on.r fleet
H)   TIM \ I  VI
Nov     this   mi o ns
01   1   est,1 blisl fd     line t
.1 no     u I < 1.     si .it 1st u s
it,t,t»'   Ot o;,li    d 1 _   .iniitl.'l
S !><      Not t li-M '«,      -M nidlv-
I  \lu\l\
I'll u
1un  1     1>
-.how     ■> i
\    I In >' l.
.inn   N -'
"-l ,i ti -    Il 0111    t Jl 1 si.       _il.ui    inn 1
olhu    ib«'.!-.(     it   becomes   us  11
i>   I'iKi's   .ind   iisi ut.iio   uh,u     1-
'!   (  S     V\l-    (.111     _l<lo{   t    t<)     pICM'Ill      1
''t '    'f.jjiii'.    into    pnei ico'ii 1      I   l
\ >,il    t I'v ii'   1 l^l'l
dee.t.-ill.v   iiit-/   (unit   wbe-ici.d   in   Ih-
skine's ear tli.it the witness thought he J Koenm s   Il.wi.ln.i t;
brie   —Di
llieust    It
He beheld Die Hlruuyc word rcvi:rsi:il.
did not come In.    Whether this was bis
luck or I'.lnicndorf'.s limy be hnrd to determine.
The detective sat down by Alden'n
desk, holding the money iu his hand.
Ills face wore a look of triumph, but It
was not pleasant to see. for the resentment which Ibis crime had Inspired In
him was bwrnlm. in his heart, lie was
not the Lumler who does a day's work
In the woods and counts his _rnlns wilh
dull Interest at night. He was the 111:1 n
w ho has caught the wolf that killed the
pet Iamb.
But there came a slow change upon
hi'11. llis face was puckered around the
eyes, and his lower lip got between his
teeth. Presently with a hasty hand he
scilbbled upon a sheet of paper this
sentence:
Kui further p.irti.-uhns lri(|iiirc of William El-
n.-rri.lorf. New Yoik detective bureau, 300 ilul-
ticn.   street.
(TO lilt CONTINUED.]
was the Saviotu of manki'.d
On receiving the hint ICtskine made
a low bow to tlii* i)i o-ei t.toi, addicted
litiii i:i tono-, ol _n il i,\i"ci<i', ic-
>p"clfully b 'gired to | 1,1021/c ior the
liuciTeiiuniioUs m.iiiii-'i in v. huh he
bad treated .• ] < < on ol bis ..acred
character and < i• •«I him !,. tie name
of Christ. '1 b( in mi immcduitelj s.ud
"Thou bast s,ir.,.eu tiii!_ I am the
Christ."
women   in   (he
1   .1  snspii ions
,1
1 hoi
s\ m;
u ob s   Oil     the   lot nu i
n      tbe   nppiojch   of
loins   ol    .i   (old—lot    pi 111 ' fa^lSl
doc-   not   conn    Inst,   it   is  n      „', 'LjJS^s.
"   •"■      E-.vtf*'
In
Oil
n st
on
( o'd and espesuit   (hat   pieudu    j^i*ws-_|i!
con unit t ion    .ii'i
atioss    thc   lei
ii nd   t hi oat
top   ol     vs hu b
et
(biei i    ".'v «>:.* »
*'\"es.  a'll    the   o'Ii-m     w
11'
■ighbiirjionil (on--nil i  i '
«.-!
:i racier."
'•Von don'i     i\ '   V\ b\  is
"Slit   i.cvci  „ros-,ipH ut a
i inoni.i
1 ,n ob s
t oi   the  t
; oil  s lk
tl.inne)   (lot h-,    plan-   U
l,u d   ,n d    »> atei      t.ike
.mi     with    it   diisb   ol    .
Midloid,   oh   di'iti    no)
w  II   In-   ail   i ight     must
' I < i \   ui    lw a
Monillni^   I.'ti rut. me.
When you wish to mend a piece of
furniture, melt only a.s much glue as
you think will be needed. Ureal, all
the dry glue int., (he pot. cover with
cold wafer, half fill the water h.-illi
around It and add salt to raise tlie
boiling point- of the bath. Iloil imiil
the glue is clear and ropy. Thin for *
use with strong vinegar or alcohol.
Ili.il.
A   OUItcnK   'i'nsli.
"In heaven s u 'mo w l.\ h ])e Kigeur
so af teniiv r t(   tbii  onbiiuv   vvoin.in''"
"Hush, or she imght h' u .oil Th.'t'a
the nev'v cook he is taking home."—
Town Topics
\\ .s«r.
.Terry—Is tbe v oi \l ceding bettet ?
Jack--It's golfing   wisi r     I   have ah
awful time trying to .borrow money.
i 'i
I, m.i
I Kill
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1
J.-8
I'.ibv 1 on s   pti|
hi v I-   c\t ei ded
I I (    iinmbci    oi
.ii'    .ill   liu ljci
ill
1
pto,)
it urn     c
^(l() (Mi"
-      ii.   I
ii
lb
III.' l
11.ii"
•se        1 «n      (ii mi niiii'        'I1'" ''' '
Mil     lo    llif     l.islc    niiii    ui   ll0 *
,i. Wo
r,/v %_?~®
- , i/i
N '.it
/ J.
■ 'irS1
VK8
III (t mil    mi'   I a   he
i in
<; i n\ cs
like  it
Woim   I.\tci iniiiiiti i
(I
iJi
N mi v ( ii     has   b< t-n   prov k
hi i n  1 1   tiuhs long and ^ mill"'
Id 1J*.
Minard'sUoimcnl Lumbernian'srri^; \ 0&
"Don't prolend.'" Teopl... will cntch
you n( It and tliink less of you, and
tbey think liltle.enough of you now.—
Atchison C3U>I
What
if 'all
- a. good
men did
world
what
this
they
woul'1 I
licasl  f
i
OnlyZhl  persons loo'k out ,m\W
i/.j'ii'ioir papers in  the ■'French l'"'1" t
last year.
■ft
S3S_S®3gg^ES3rS£M!gS-SS_.
fit and finish too, in
y>4%
y&
That's  '" the greatest thing in the
in anything that's worn.  You get styh
e one thing we emphasize is
Wearing Qualities.
'Graaby Kubbers wear liRe iron.
v*fl»'
-Wis*»
IP
\
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■fl §
J-tf-t |S'V_Ji_3ss5^5i
|.i ,\/ ';5_s?\<»?'*
V-7.J-- ,
. u ?>iV_i':'s
'.•iVi-"- -"■'•
yZM-r-m moyie leader. jTfiAI weary
SPRING FEELING
■■"■ v!.',.'r-_*
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0 '-'ia!
lit
-,* Ve>-V C-
MOYIE,    B.    C.
Uil'j,
"'li s
', )ZZi?£3rrhc. only difieicnce between black
^--'v.-'fy.-gj.^ white pepper is that the lorinei
ZZitf.has not been stripped of the outei
^#S__n  of the berry  before iJij.J.... ,
Is
Quickly      Disposed     of
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
by
Sfp,
V -'TJr.H^-
i^'-iS?
_<' WM-?-..-r
___________
I    Know     ZVIIN'ARD'S    U7CIMEXT
ill cure Diphtheria.
JOHN   1).  HOFTIi.I.lKR.
French   Village.
JVlIN AKD'H    Id \ J.M1<_N'T
)d
____   I     Know
i^?!5$8|jM_._ii <■"'■« ooui».
Cape   Island,
j     Know  '  AUXAKII'K
the
K.   ClL\'N'IN<;iI-\.M.
""» rich
";   fore,
Incn
A   pii.||,y   camol   has   been   sent    by
■£_,_ Hliuh - of   Persia   to   the   Zoo     at
erhii.   which   is  only  -7   inches  high
^•WJ*_P^'nd   weighs   61   pounds.    It   ia    snow
"H^W&hite.
«»   !*«£_
"t fntrf, L'JW
<-or't, EScd
^ are rt_
..id It ij
I' pcricc.
an'ii  ml
oori.  a;.g
n>'o»_|
' ChurtS
utrii 6_|j|
1 hOT. |^
ale.., ,£g'
jTiinto
I.J MM K.NT
bc.sl  remedy  oie eui-th.
.JOSKl'll   A.   SN'OW.
Kuivvu.v, ile.
iK oi'K.\ LF/rrr-.'i'. to mottmcks.
\V.   are    pormitted   to   tnake.publii
.he  following   letter,   which   is   a   fair
They tone np the KltlneyHy ensuring Par*
Hlood, Good Circulation, and as a con-
Boqucnoe, VIg-or and Kncrgy.
Nearly e\eryune needs toning un ;n
tin. .spring, Some arc al; ol/,i-ui,-i ill,
others just feel fugged itiid u nm out'
They Ii.lv. little inclination to \\,,ek
and ' less to eal Vim*, ui •■ simply
useless.
Did you over stop to r Jin-h limi
1 her,;, is a .reason I'oi all ilii:;, ,uul
Unit, ii the eoinplainl is .-itlnckid ie,-,
rfelbgently it will viHd i-'adih. ibe'
Iu/y i»-i'ling will drpjn and in its
place will con,,- "vigor -,.ud i-nci-fij _n.d
ajipel ite
It   is   Ihe   kidieys   tiutt   an;   i.ot   <>o-
ing   their   work        Tl'(_    !ii..i     t (j      l.<_
toned   tip   v. ith   Ih.d'('.s   Kidney   Pills   |
V.hy?    necau.se   they me  b( o.l;    -,vi-i-i
worked   and   need  help
Jn   thc  winter  the  hady   l'oi-t'lies   It
self   againsL   cold.    With   ll i>° .•i>mni_
ol'  spring   it   tbio\vs  off -tlii,  lorti/ica-
tion   vUii'-h   ioiisi!,|s   oi   c-M: a    I-SMie.
and  addii !-,{ia] ' v.jj'.te  matter. ,*; gjv.-n
flumple uf hundreds    written' by moth- \ UJ   the- blood   to   (an-;.   ,_vv«i\        •   . b.
«rs     thioughout       Canada'   iiraising ; l^'idtn ,\*. an- in condition  n- do e-'tn
woik   this
.1L...1-.
vv;_
The   remedy   is
ni'V   1'ilhi   put
uOikitu.  order.
m&
■m
ky
'•'l-^iW'Bff
■ mi®3
i«*SS_
■" Vr^l
ah j 'b   Own  Tablets :  ( |
lumbar.  Ont., March'  18.  1903.     j
Several    weeks   ago    my   baby    was
jScry  cros.'-   and   ill   owing   to troubles |
'common    to  children   when    teething. |
(.A correspondent   highly   recommended
laby's    Own     Tablets,      saying    she |
!v ould   use  no   other  medicine  lor  her
baby.      1   sent, for  a  box,   used' them ,
according  to directions  and must say j working   ordei
that    l    have  found    them  the     best
'medicine   for  a   teething  child   f   have
lever  tried.      One  Taljlet  every   other
'day.keeps    my    baby  well  and   1   am
iurc of my rest at,, night.    I   echo the
.words  of  my   friend    and    say   " tbey
!__re jut t,  splendid."
Mrs.   Charles AVillard.
nab.s's   Own   Tablets   will   euro     all
Sine  minor    ailments  "of children,   and
inay be given with absolute safety  to
en  n   new   born   baby.    These   'Pallets, ki a  the only medicine  for  diild-
en  sold   under   an   absolute   iruaran-
>-n  to  contain   no   opiate   or   harmful
nn..    &old. by   druggists, or  sent  by
nidi posl   paid  at 50 cents a  box  by
riling-   direct    to   tbo   Dr.   Williams'
ediciue   C.o..   Brockville,- Out.
mat e
.—lw..i.
(I
1 o (v ' V
II    1 ll.'„ t.s- ,il
way
l'.'il if the Kidneys aro lisrd c,-
wiib'ii out the' waste reii.aiie. o; Ihe,
blood  and   the cii c iihii'oji   n, cbm_ed
1.
:u
.' iino'e       I!, dd
thc   Kidju-ys   in   i.-o(,d
The Ki(|jii'-\s  in  im,..i!
ins-ui o.pare blood   and
O'jil     circulat i6n—ensure
'and   vigor and  energy.    'I h
I ! C'iple  will, tell you ijo.  can   u-!l-\ o c
so   out   of   their   own   e\p< I'-ience
bi itiUti <   .-
i'l,sil|!('.S    oi
^•lan.v   a   true
jest,   and   nu-iiy
made   in  fleirdlv
word is siiokr-n
a mlse s( ;i tt,.m»t.(
earni .si.
'J'lIK
at ion —
IIOIISK- not,
v, hen   si!l;V>iui_
,'-sl   of
■   from
a    i L.,t
fev(
m
fi'.'fivcs  as  iu'.u !i   ! ..
a    iike   iiri'diceiiir',
snol hiiiir   nt-t!"ii
f'Teicciiic  (}])_ ' I.aiiv >ii S'
iriff   of   (l.o   lU't-k.    stitTn.s1*   of   ih?
llront    ami   lun^s   ii.re   n-!,'i'-ol   i,\
l ■'ion.   or  s-ore.
it.s   nipster   in
! i lie     hen ii"!?,
, 'l'llOIlU' «
ite ei c-
«ii;r.,
i-'Zl :i-
!'r< ii
: 1 .-
-11.--)-
..oie.t -,
i".
lie   is   h.ippy    whose      c h-eumsl :i nccs
'       ,         — ,tsuit   his-   tenifa"-,   but   b.e   is   core   e\-
Rpil/bergen  is one of  the  few couii-   <-cllent   who   can   suit   bis   len.pe.-   lo
tries as yet unclaimed by :m\
ition Anyone m'ny dig the
pound  in tho cliff  there.
n.i
coal
any circumstances.
Lifebuoy    Soap  —disinfectant-—     Is
strongly recommended by thc medical
.rofession us a safeguard  arai'iist  in-
Sfectious diseases.      <?>
ijttiii. .
t ki«a _>
ftlau
„a        Dananas  can   best   be   rirened   in   a
'"^"'-sSfrootn kept at   110 degrees.
' -"-___«' '
llMMinard's Liniment is' used by Physicians.
14_j
ClMICl  t   \#8ffl»   h0artS     W,l,'n
Ii thil f   >i&m$& the'
In tbt k '^%*m
Sonic   people   eel  credit   for   broken
thev   have  simply     !o.-!
ir   nerve   , ,
Nemly nil infuiit^ lire more or li.^-,
subject to (llnirhoca nail mh-Ii conii'luint ■«
wlnlc tot-tliiiift itiid nn lliis pt'rind of
tht'li lives in tho mosl ciiticnl. uiol hi-t-i
should not lie without k botil- «>f l»r
.1. 1) Kell(i(.|;'H Mybonlery (-ordial '1 hii
incdlciiip Is u s|iecifit: ftir hucIi cot'ipli.nii s
end is liighly spoken of by liaise v. I hi
Iiiivo used it Tho proprioti.is il.iim it
will' cure 11113- case of cholera or Miimii<'r
;Fj|-^S   complaint.
"■•■V" 'hyr<m
France grants bounties to builders
of lary . ships. During the oast vi'ie
.18 large sailing ships woiebinlt l'i
I'leiich ports of 2.0(10 tuns or i o-
vvards.
.    nr^ t - T ^ T
v5&
'   ,   . Ss-f'.'SB&i
i, ,^.!>a'S_J__
l!"' '■■k' tff
■'•'HmM
'l' '   ^'^fsfvSg.
S_c*_   ?y i&»fl__B_
,r '-I- t -sags
i'' ■ V '$$&
Ah Purmrlee's N'cget able Pills nii't.iiit
Miiiidrukc ami Hdiiilolion. they cinel.'vyi
and Kldncj finri|iltiiiits. with .I'lerriiii.
ceituinty. Tlipy nls-o cunlitin Roots in-'l
Ilt'ibs whidi have hiioiifu- \ IiI'Ii-m tiul\
wonderful In their tictfon on the st.oin-
tich and bowels. Mr. K. A. Ciiiriii-ros-j.
&>hakvs|>.nr(>, writes : "I consider Piir-
melfo's I'illfl an excellent ro:>ietly for 1111—
louanpsH and Deraiipeuicnt of the I.ivoi.
havlnjr  used   their,   myself   for  some time
Itoumanhi,   Servia,   and   (Ireeco
have more mon   thai^womeii
all
About   90.000    tons     of  butter     is
made yearlv in   tbe United  Kingdom.
-   %.
. J|_*«
tusSSSg
There  arc  now   between   2..10O   and
a.tiOO lighthouses   in   the  world
■   «' I
~-ym.'
i ai'
A Pttllnre.
•Ten, I consider my life a failure.**
"Oh, Henry, how sad!    Why should
yousny thut?"
"I. spend all my time making money
enough  to  buy   food and clothes,  but
th» food disagrees with   me, and my
clotheB don't fit."
Of
kill
«;il!   K
*r\
will Dcmcreasea,
a      sVhv-iio-1
r  trouble tjf i-v-v.-
I '.no
pi-:e
on:-.
/' U<'
,f_   ',   cuivi u:,<:  g
tt^oi". I: iU thc tun.
llt-.-s should pro
Diek's
Dlood
Purifier
strength jaa the digestion and invigorate, the •svhoie system so that
tha nutriment is »11 drawn from tb«
food. It takes just the same trouble to care for a cow when sho
gives three quarts as when she
gives a pail. Dick'a Mood PuriScr
will pay back its co?t -with good
Interest in a few weeks.
.  50 cent3 a package,
Leemlug. Miles <& Co., A.jre«t*,
riOM'lv_A.L,
y* wk
Dlnnp pointed.
"Her man-Inge was a great dlsnp-
polutment to her friends."
"Indeed." ;
"Oh, yea. They nil predicted it would
Snro oat unhnnpfl.v. and it didn't."
The   .Jordan's   course' in
•line,   is  only   sixty   miles.
sti-ealn   it     ineiisiire.s    po
12l'j.V.miles. .-.  '   ....
a. strai.c'lu
AloiifT.. its
fewer   than
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
now .absorb
\
if1*".-
■*■■**%
WILL RIO VOUR HOUSE OF
FL8ES .N A FEW HOURS.
j-. ■ . -     - ■'
W HALCYON HOT SPRlNfiS
^.r-irow    I—satce*,.   E3.0.
Thes*. miraculous   BprbiRii,
Mtnlater  to  e   mind   diseased,
PJucic  from  the  memory  a  rooted  sorrow
Kskio   out      the   written   troubles   of    tho
brain,
And   with    sweet    oblivious   antidotes
Oloanso   the   ■tufted   bosom   of   thoae   perilous   sLii_f.i
Which   welch   heavily   upon   Kidney, Liver
and   Stomach.
Therefore,   nil   ye   who   suffer—Give  physic   to     tha  dogs ;   havo   none   of   it,   but
coene and  ho cured  at
The Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium B.C.
TERMS— $15 to «18 w wk,
The  armies  of   hhii-ope
yearly three (lays' ea.rniiif;'
t ire. population.
of the
Since 1.G0H no'member of the royal
family 1ms been lord-lieutenani of
Ireland.   ...
It  is   natural   that     the   man   who
gives himself away should feel cheap.,'
s__.J&_a
Shirt waists and dainty
linen are made,, delightfully
clean and fresh with Sunlight Soap.       , cb
MUSCLES  OF  THE   EYE.
A Sy««<-n» ut i:vi-rci-K- Uy Wliiflt The.
May   IU-   SJrc.in-llK-iieii.
'•■Are your e..es Mire? After rcadini; do
they feel as jf tbey were eroded and
do-js it seem as if a numb swelling nes-
i!ed between the brows?
"In three cases out of five of eye
trouble thero is no ailment with the
orb itself, but only with the muscles
which control its movements,'' said a
noted oculist. "The eye muscles have
become flabby and weak and require
toning uy and sh-en.^thenin^. This may
be done by eye gymnastics.
"Whenever the eye is in use its muscles are brought into play. Look at an
object in the distance or look at another at close ralitre, and the eye performs an imperceptible movement either of sinking deeper or of ;isiug out
of the socket in order to adapt itself to
the range, exactly as a tehveope is
lengthened or shortened for various
distances. Every time the eye turu.i to
the left or to the right or upward or
downward It is controlled by muscles
that perforin merely the mechanical
part of turning tbe organ of vision, it
Is in the decline of these muscles where
most people ought first of all to seek
their complaint.
"Nothing is simpler than to remedy
this evil. Stand erect, gaze slraieht
ahead and throughout the entire exercises hold the head in this po-ition,
milking it necessary for the,eyes alone
and not tlie muscles of the neck to
come into play during the ensuing gymnastics. Hold a dime between two lingers and extend the arm straight in
front as far as possible, at the same
time riveting the gaze on the coin. Always looking at the dime, approach the
,coin gradually until it is -within four
inches of the eyes. Then extend to the
original position and repeat tbe move-
ment.t?It will strengthen the muscles
controlling the eyes on range adjustment.
"For the second'exercise keep the
head in the' same rigid position as before and, holding the coin extended,
keep the eyes fastened on it and move
the arm as far to one side and as fai to
the other as the eye can follow the arc
of the sweep.
"Holding head and arm aud coin as
at first, raise the arm so high that the
eyes are unable longer to' see the coin
unless by an .elevation of the chin.
Then lower the hand with the coin similarly until It disappears from vision.
■"Perform these exercises' faithfully,
and iu two or three days the eyes will
be brighter and the sight better. Crow's
.feet will disappear, and the youthful
vigor when the..eye was in its highest
Ktats of efheiency will be restored."
THE SPRING FEELING.
Weailui.su,    ..us..illicit*   Jiixl    it    I>e_ir«.    to
Avoid Kx<.'rtlon.
Tl'"l i-  .ii""   few    p.'"pb-   vviiO   h, v.    i, ,■<
i-\p(-i ii-'ici-d   v/hut   i,  ept1.     t'*in<'-l I'i
t-i|!'ij_    :--i'hng     i b;ii:ii'ii('r   ..nd   '-..a
J  ■---    „. s_   ol  iti'i'-M't,   io,.c'.'   ',:   :).
digp'"..•-,].,    jj:,:.p;cs ' e.i'd   iirit.ti. -.   '■
t-r-  j-i i>.     'If-._    _(]1   cc: ,     -..-u.'i      ',.<
*-_tj i___x    All  these lii-j a:e I'-i.i-r d
l;i     William.'.*   Pirn.   I'd!-     'J!-i v     .■•■
i.cli   tii"   blood,   I . <.c.-   up   :!.i   n.v. '
• iiid   i I.,'in    :i-.i.iy    e.l      .,prn,g   \ ,'. , ,
•!•"■ *.      i)'     V, i il iuiii*-.'    r;','.    I'.IK      sii
1 ,.e  l i   '   (i-'u!    i.ie.lU iui*   n.   t he v.    i   (,
The.v    .-■ .d.*.-   nee. ,       ra h        ,'i"l   ''h <>o
'tii"-'.''  lit-     it ii ■: i      nnd      vv  imcii      .on'
Mi." i     ' I -•    i-osi'-'    '( '    h- ; I' b    ! i   • :■'    '.''
pa !' id  (''ic! s      111*11-   -j.   j r, of M ■- -
' ';i i .   ,   ii.,'   .i < !i i    !n:i.    '' ;i: (•■    i     \! i ■., *■
\     i'. .     .• v      —I   v. a'    v . t;    i   '" '.   i- '
'r< \ e . nd --.i \ v •'-. •!-.,'i ■ I   " . ' '  ft'
'j i.'i i i! s b,i\ c I o lie do v •<. "^* '. , ,
' ji " '••..-,- ; '.,-i -i" i- ' j'l '1 -'; sti-i' '
I (..ii'i ' ,!!T"-e'' f. '.:' 'ii'id.-.h. -, i -(,
l l.c li1:* -i • i v.!-; ! I'- r: i.- t i" '■ '<'-:■' '. t "'v
•iS'*d '.:> j i v-ij a :'t".', bi'\<*- '>•- I i
Wjlii. ii • I'.oi: 1 '! ','.>' -i >-• i '.i '
i   In."   :, !.   '.',[ .,*   fi   i,   j.   o-rs ,•■.    [   -I.
i oi     I.-,.        i,:..i,-i_.     iil(-(Jii ;',!     (■,',..!      ',
. ' . -';.   ' -
• - i i e > ( '
i .   t', •'■.  ( lin'i.-le  a  Y'>i-'     :'•  • i    ,'I ' o
ill!'       l'(-'-| v,    |(\       ]lj     _.'[.    i||_r'       ,   ;,d     p,.^    ;|
-,' 'r'   b.j  *jl,\ i -ed  ci;;d   ;,.":■■     - •-. i-d    ' '
' ' '.,' :■   i ',!%    Ii;      \". i'I-U'.*    '    i'ltil     V\'-~,
i ii.e't   I ,il.»- .,    "..l-'-l '!i".-" ■■ - i b )i
-•]■ .-  •:, ,'t  t"   be   '   ,"M   _*.   - -    ;' "   f,    i
d',ii!*t     '-.nd   In    ! >■-.      \" !'"   ii".     "'I--''
i ii.i-   I',-      Hnu-i. • ille.   ()•.'       ,nid     ' • ■
pill*,  v ill   !• •  i-'.uP-d   | -,s'.   i'."d , t   "(l
',•"•.■  li')*   oi   s ;.   be >'<■*-.   loi    >:'2.~1'
The voui'l "e" b.is im.re il ".. t in
-.sounds in Mneli'di thiin oi ;-!,'. < t;''-
!iii'f.'i ."■(-. It is | >i'(>iioiii'(-"(l iu si\-
d ilvi ' i-i-l     Wii;. v;,
NOW IS" IKE "TIME
To Replace Unhealthy Blood by a
Fresher and' More Highly
Vitalized Fluid.
^rrt-tV\Vv,||
\breadi
Qood Bread in Sight
when your life raft is a sack of that
life supporter
OGILVIE'S
HUNGARIAN
aiue'sCelcry CoBiponiwI
Is  The Only Medicine That  Can
Purify   the Life   Stream
and Repair Shattered
Strength.
WHat   CniiHcn   Sliyuean.
' The manner in which shyness shows
.itself differs greatly in different people.
Sometimes it is caused by inexperience
and tlie want of self confidence that
conies from knowing little or nothing
of the ways and customs of society,
and sometimes, too, it arises from self
consciousness and is simply vanity under another name aud in a different
guise. It may sound harsh to say that
the shyness of many people is caused
by their conceit, but it is a fact all tbe
same. They are always thinking of
themselves, wondering if they are making a good impression or looking their
best. They imagine that every one is
remarking them, and if not quite certain of their surroundings they get hot
and nervous, flurried, awkward and uncomfortable. If tbey would only think-
less of themselves, they would be far
happier' and also far pleasanter companions.
yood For Xervous IixlivUliiiUi.
As a rule salt meat Is not adapted to
the requirements of nervous people, as
nutritious juices go into the urine to a
great extent. Fish of all kinds is good
for them. Umv eggs, contrary to the
common opinion, are not as digestible
as those that have been well cooked.
Good bread," sweet butter and lean
meat are the best food for the nerves.
Teople troubled with insomnia and
nervous starting from sleep and sensations of falling can often be cured by
limiting themselves to a diet of milk
alone for a time. An adult should take
a pint at a meal and take four tubals a
clay. People with weakened nerves re-
qi-.ire frequently a larger quantity of
water than those whose nerves and
brains are strong. It aids the digestion
by making the food soluble, and seems
to have a  direct tonic effect.
The sleepless, nervous prostration,
general hobililj., weakness, functional irregularities and despondency
from which thousands of women
young and old, sulTei , can be quickly
removed by properly feeding ' the
nerves, and replacing the unhealthy
blood by a fresher and more highly
vitalized , fluid. 'J'iie' happy change
-from ill health and ihiserv to .true
womanhood and happiness, (an only
be effected by the use of IJaine's Celery Compound.
The present spring demand for
Paine's Celery Com pound,•; woman's
friend and life giver, is enoimous in
every province of the Dominion. This
fact alone, amply., proves that ' the
great compound possesses virtues and
powers unknown in other remedies.
Dear wife and mother, do not procrastinate; listen to-day to the voice
of reason .and the pleadings and testimony of the thousands of your se.*;
who have been made well and strong.
Mrs. S. J. McKinlay, Chelmsford,
Out..,  says :—
" I wish to let you know what
Paine's Celery Compound has done
for me. I was atilicted with nervousness, sleeplessness, debility and general weakness for five years, and
during that time I was doctored anil
spent a great deal of money for medicines without any crood results. A-
friend advised me to use your compound, and i am happy to sav it has
completely cured me. 1 now eat well
completely cured inc. I now eat well,
sleep well, and nm as strong as ever
b-elore. I am sure 1 would have died,
had not Paine's Celery Compound
come to my aid. I wish every woman to know about your wonderful
medicine."
If you are in need of free medical
advice, write to Consulting rbysic-
cian's Department, Tne Wells &. Richardson Co., Limited, Montreal. Que
All correspondence is'sacredly confidential. _.!
What it has done lor thousands it
will do for you—strengthen; nourish,
vitalize. There are many good things
we might say about this ideal brand
of honest wheat flour—theie's no bad
thing anyone, can say about  it
AR-E    YOW ' SUJLDSNO?
IF"   SO
USE EDDY'S
tHS'PERVIOUS SHEATMNG'    ■
THE-BEST BUILDING PAPER WADE.
It U tery much fitror.ger nnd thicker tluin any othor (tarred or bulletins:!
paper. It In Impervious to Triml, keeps out cold, keepe In heat, carrlea no ini«ll(
or odor, absorbs no molottare, lmpuitu no taut* or flavor to jnj-tli!n_ with
which It comes In contact. It Is largflr need not only /or «he<-(ln(r Iionset. but
for Unine cold sto„*»i..e bulldlng-H, refrigerators, dnlrie*, d <*am«<rle8, ' and all
places where the object' in to keep s.n evta find uniform wmperaturi, »ud »*
ths Hint tl»a« avoiding dtrupne**. ' '        ,,
,    Write oar A_cnt», TBDSS * FJEBSSK, Wlnnlpe_, for .utr.plfcx:'
THS  S=. B.  ErOO-V- OO., S_lr-^i i-t«»cl.  S-4 «U3 L_ __..
S3__________S______553_______S^
200,00 IN COLD OiVEH AWAY
*w.*?9^i
I LPR.CE I KREOCA UPML I   ATSWRYREBR
CPAH£
RCYREH
YBRAPRSRE
ERPA
The United States new h.is foriy-
si".i"; t.\ -.,-v-, i i ler i-ad orii's ,\},<\ these
"Mini M_.7i.i>.UOi> wojlh o," typewrit'*rs   in   t>.   » ear.
Sl..lVl'i._      !«,    Ill'St     ilieiliU'!.    d    I'l    (I'll
e*-is   \li      11      .lor-'pr-   j-.li __-...I   l'iirisi-1
bi-ioi.   enii'e   belore  the   Iviii'
' The Oi-srnn of Tns.e In Innccts. ■,
The antenna1 of insects do not appear
to contain any organ of taste,■■ for
wasps and ants quite readily took into
their mouths poisonous and unpleasant
food, even swallowing enough to make
themselves ill, while sonic bees and
cockroaches fell a prey to the temptation of alum, epsom salts and other
nauseous-foods' placed'in their way.
These substances were Rot. however,
swallowed, but were soon spat out, the
creatures sputtering angrily, as if disgusted with the tasto.
j THE   MANUFACTUKERS   OF
I   CA'RNEFAb;.
].-. STOCK FOOD
•  TO   ENCOUKAOE   ITS   USB   are   Klvin*c
tha   followlnir   prizes   „or   competltioc   at
-the  Winnipeg Exhibition; of   1903.
!$ 176 JRI GOLD .^Ltt:!!
A Slinllow SubterfiiK*.
1 "Why "is   that   congressman   so  opposed to beautifying the city o.f Washington'."
"Well,   he's  constantly   posing  as  a
servant of the people, and he's afraid
his constituents will get an idea that1
the  servants'! quarters   are  too • luxurious."
Patient.
"Well, Jones is certainly a patient
man, with a temper hard to rullle;"
"Patient is no name for him. Why,
that man has been known to go out
-with nig.wife to select wall paper and
go through the ordeal without losing
his temper."
■.'....' FIRST   PRIZE.
j For the heuviost cult, any pure breed,
I or prade, born after the 1st Jivnuury,
'  1003,  fed  ou  Uarnefaii St.ock Food,   $100
ln  srold.
SECOND  PRIZE.
For   the   second     Heaviest     Calf,      s.ny
pure   breed,   or  prude,   born   after   1st   of
January,    1903, ' fed    on    Carnofuc   Stock
Food,   $50   In   gold.
■THIRD  PRIZE. ■ .;     .'.
For   the   third   heaviest   calf,   any   pure
breed,  or srrade.   liorn   after  1st of  January,   1903,   fed   on   Carnofac   Stock   Food;
$25  in  (Told.
CONDITION'S.
Only one entry will be allowed from
each Fanner or Stockman, and stock
must be exhibited at the .Wiunlpetr Exhibition. -;.'■.
-Evidence must be produced at the time
of exhibition to show that the animals
were fed  on   Curiiitfac Stuck   Food.
Onniofne has proven, a decided success.
hrihfliiig into condition and fatfeninc
where . othur foods fail. Send for leaflet.
civinp the vious of vc'teriiiuriun*i as' to
the merits of Carnefiu-.. Tln-y till speak
UiRhly   of  It.
TRY GARHEFAC   P05? VOUR  STOCK.
Man, like everything else that lives,
changes with the air that sustains him
—Table.
W. CS.   DotrgBas,  R3a;»U'fact«per,
Princess Street, WinnipcO"'
You   can   obtain   It   from  your  dealer.
CT=7J3ra_____^J.III llliW*fW«TTS'rtw________q_________w.ll.  ■ ■
C»n you arr^ncc !' e .-.! -;\ _ scti cf Juir.blcd letters Intothr n-ime*: of eight well known fruits. If so, YOU CAN
SHARfc IN 7 l.U !j.'Si!vIBI)T10N OF THE ABOVE PRI2E. It u no easy task. But by puience and per-
.everence you c_ . ;iml*„i.i> mate out 5 or 6 of tlicm. 1 0 the person*»lio can make out the largest number we will
pii-e tiie bw. cf One l'Lmlrcu Dullars. To the person inakinc out the second largest number the sum or Fifty
Uoltirs. Io thc ; ,r-.on co.kinc tlie third lari'est number Ihe su:n of Thirty Dollars. Io the person inaKine the
fourth largest ji_ -11 er the i.::r. ol "i wtnty Du.lars, Should tv*o persons send ansvers equally correct, tlie first two
pi, _.-s wilil _ „;i; '-d b(.:-..-_ei tliem,(each receiving }7«.oo) br.ould three send In equally correct answers, the
f.r-.ttl'.tce iir!_us,v .11 l..ve to be dniti^d, (each receivmir f 60.00). Should four persons send c .utily correct answers,
the whole s.n^-ft 0.00 mill e equally divided (ea. h ri.c_i.-in_- Jso.oo),and so on in like proportions, provided
tl ey cotsiiv -*;th a .'int 'c cnnJIm r. .-.'-cut whu 1; we will v rile as soon as answers ?re recri.cd. WE DO NOT
WANT A CENT OF YOUK MOSliY WHliN YOU ANS11 ER THIS ADVFRTISEM E.NT. If you can mako
o^t in>tiirr' li „ a cemp'ele list vajcc us at once enclosing 2cer.t *.*-.-:> f.-r our reply. DO NOT DELAY,
WRUEATO^rii,   Address, PARISIAN MEDICINE Cu.,   Dv.l,   £5 | L OWDON, ONTAKIO. ^
*\s/
y?^€^AeAJv€yruL   ■
TV C/£OS
(Ivor 1.500. Ih-itish . ;*: css..'l.s jslying
ji'i ■ [-'.astern v. i-1 its ;trt: ■ ilianiiotl l.iy
Chint.-sv' crows.    ■ ■■ .   ,    .       ' ■ ,
'.^OV'^'iS   fHss?;",.'1
We   o0er  One .Hundred   Dollars "Reward
for  any   case   of   Cuturrh   thut   cannot- be
cured   by   Ihlll's   Catarrh   Cuit'.      ,
V.   J.   (.'-ht'iu-y- it   Co.,   Props.-,   Toledo. ,(.).
We the tiudersif.MH'd, have known V. J.
'..'iioncy .ior the last 15' years, ami b.-
iic-ve liim perfectly hondralilo in atl.busi-
,-u-SH uansiiciions and llii:i'iiciii.;ly' aiiie to
i-arry out any oliii.aations uiadc by their
■iriii.'
'.Vc-s'.   v*i   Tnia.x.   Wholesale   J>rii!--_ri.--LS      I'.'-
K-i!o.   ().
•-. iihliim'.    Khintin     it     -Mr.rvin.,   Wl-.oU-siih-
■I'-.f-.jrtrisis,   Toledo,   O.
Hail's   Cmuirh   Cure   is   taken   iiitec-.a!-
■',-""■ i..-tins  'directly    upon    the    bb.nd    ;ttv.:
■■'iicniis    surfaces    of    the   system.      Price.
75c ■ per   bottle.     Sold 'by   all . |ii-i;...-.'.sl.-.
'.'estiniciniiils   frc.c.
Hall's   Fmiiily   Pills   ai'e   the   b••*■■.<
■ The "\'like.u in siidiiiht if-■ nnvigahie
for .a. distance of 1 ,9(i."> miles „ from
tho sea.
Keep Minard's Liniment in the House.
Paiierov.'-ki lias already- composi'd
more than cii.vht v vocal works l'|X-
*?i(h*'i 'ii'ai'ii.i' rii'crs. a ■ coiu-i.'i-i o, ond
n   sp.il'e. '   ■  '   ■
. New '/.ealai'id's'cniiitat, Wellington,
i.-, nof tlie iari;-est city in the islands,'
Ui.neclin, Auckland., aiu'l t'hrist'chiirci-.
are  all   larger. ' ■'.'..■
Chronic. .IJcraiiitenu'iits of the Htotnacii,
'Liver, uiul Ituio'd are speedily removed by
ih'e active princii-le of the in^i-edientri:
eiiLcrin'i; into the composition of I'ui--
ua-ieo'.s' Vegetable i'ills. These pills act
specifically on the deranged orgti.(is.st.iiu-
iihitiiiK to .actioii the- dormaut' enertriori
of the system. tlieci-l>y removini. ilist-vi'sc
iii.-.l ronewin;; life and vitn.lity to the <n'-
CiH-ted. In this lies tho .trrcnt secret of
'lie popiihirity of I'ii niielee's Ve.^-el a hie
Pills., ''    ' •       .■
. The Universal Postal Unioti Wit1.
first established in 1875 between 22
countries.,
.\   lanph  is  vvor.lh  a himdred .rroiins
in  ■uny   market. ,;■
,-\   post po nod  task  more-  foil  l-o-v'ls.
a nd . hoi rl.o.veil .money   n;ws   no   debts-.
\Vh!"i all other preparations fail. t ry
irollovny's Cbfn. Ciire. >-o i'ahi w'nat-
cvor,   and   no   ifici'iiveiiieiice   in   'isinf?   ''
Manv   n   heap   is     made      to   ipn'vei
when   Cnoiil   fiivs   bis   d.a'ts.
A   sure' way   to   b-eat.  the  prol'esaion
al   [.a mbler :       Don't   niay.
W     T*A .   «- J .    iP*J t> .    -& 52 -y .
^^^^^^^^(^^^^s^^m^mm
mWM%M£i
IBSSEBSBSBSSSBESra^ *-i»?n^_/rV(tj_vfflg_7_K___^:;_gs3awa^
l1'-'        !
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,r '   ;
.'^''-y-l'Ky^'iiV.W v._PJ.__;___!PEig!S_;
*  - -.' --c -.", I/- j-y -f -v-«- .--? --   -t ,   *   -,--   . -i v>
lij.:.i    irssjilh    UiiiiDiJil,
':.',-.-"■' .13 th.-' mlo;-er-i. of (ho people
;<     '."    i/.w\ I..ihL Kootenay.
il..' .'
TI
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isssrarsHrors^^rss^Aa^x^^^-i3^
_*__*___-raH_as^ y^^-^«*B»>«»«BSM^^
-pr
-Vyrex
-V ■« _ Jf, A. CO.,
j/_fbIJalici>.
RATKs 0? SKIstJCI'irTIo:*
f -* "   "" '  !!i.-- 'A * !-'<v t{ ^
1   10     .    - ' •-  • j '   . *•.   -*,i V;?
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*:/     ,
.> ie Vea
!.C0
AT UK DAY, MAY 30, 1903.
___■_*»-ajasrt*=T=r^ja.yes-K ■*.--=—
Sloyie will never be safe from spring
-ihiodi. until Hits government  builds  a
flume to carry the water in   Campbell
.-•rf-'-k to its  proper   destination.    The
,• .Yoriune.it     bhouhl   act,     and     aci
'ti.iiokly. '
_ryi--^m*vtwj«' ZJCxouart* j ■-uuu"*&*•*
Rossland Miner:     There  is   not  a i
newspaper in   western   Canada' lh.it
■zy
... •;   *.*•»-, •
.*■•  1. i.V. _i
.to
[•;
■i .-. .'. -
'.v.       .    t- .1 \
^y'd
t.">;
■ '-_.;,-:■_
Li-ojed
Presidential Jots   on   Campbell
street.
Residential    lots   :-i_   Tavistock
street.
House and lot on Victoria street.
Hou_o aud  lot oa  Lake Sbore
r> ft <E (J
■MVylij k~uuot yuiuse
KO. 3C5. A.L. U.
Meets in tlw T. 0. O. F. hull every
Saturday evening at 8 .o'clock.
Visit :n__ luoilnei) aio-cordially invited   to   til lend   these   tneelin.es.
'.:'&*& T^^r^^T,^^ZF^z^^^m^^^^^
353
OI.8
avenue.
XJusines-j", block    on
street.
Pres.
p. F. Johnston,
Sec'y.
Victoria
< i-
t ^ j .i *.
'has   a word   to   say   foy    Wei Id   and j
Eberts.      Still   the   premier  'permits   .':? Tv.o D.":> K.*.:/_ppc-..;;3  !?_•__r;lco\ [f.'fl
'them to retain their portfolios.    Birds
of a feather, etc.
Those who go bad: lo ?rr.;::I: lo   live |
own   .' -puiL-tbiiii-v.    Thoi
i
ti.ci     . ay,*    i ii.it i
S-wp'".-.? pJrjj-rii and Resl.;.5, lib
Pzh:z as*.' Aches Vanish;.} ...:d ,
Ho Ti;re-?,' Av.t.7!:ls C„r.__.
Gjod dairy business near,town.
Mining stock,
FOE KENT.
Office rooms and living  appart-
menls on Victoria street.
Koiipcs for rent,-
We do   a   general   commission
business.
Faff ell & Smyth,-
I. O. O. F.
^5^5^^P^t^   ivildey. Lodge No. 4i
0
Meet.', every Monday evening in their
hall' on Victoria street. ' Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
,A. D. J)RU>1M0KD.
Noble Grand.
F. J. S.UYTH,
Secr'y.
_o (jii mti
luvetuiynting    cun
.. i
i.if-re i.ji-y be; a _*Kio !>; j;
ui.'re ni.iy n'oi be ono io_-
V.-ai.*-, 01' p'-iinipo not nitu
till.I
or
inoueand
c. *. -•.
,,.... i.
V '. '    tl '
i .ei   v
t.'i-.-i. ...
. _-a<nrit I    Box 35
ir.:«.d -,vif
];.;'■ '_;"_',£«.
t
I
Tin-   rurbnyci-t   auini.ils   exist  en
■i:<.!;,  ui»   Vcgi tiiblo ' food.    Il   id   fheii
.c.vvity uf   the   lion   rather   Uian   his Mi
;'j-enjj!h (hat makes Jn'm  foraiidable ' '•>
An slephaut its a   mateh   fur   severa
iions, and ho is a vegelarian.    The an
imals With most spi.cd nnd  endurance J ||
—the ho
v -.';  ihi--   ai-
.>-_cx_._ -._.•^-./.    i..\'-M. r... .    I j,'.«llc:l
;•;*, -i )-'•■:.      il   injuv (.'.vror. v.-ho
0-:C,o5
aioYiE, n. o.
_^_fc^^*^*^*e^e-g»^^.'te*j*ray_^_f3___^t.vw__._%___^-^^
"^PT
cl U ftl
Moyie Board of Trade
Meets on the iirst Wednesday
evening oi each    month  at
8 o'clock sharp   in the court
house.
jA.MJt-s C'koni.v, Hon. I'res.
A. 1'. MAcnoxAi.i), Pros.
P. F.   JOHSSTOS, .,       11.   OAMrCELL,
ii
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'Si
'c"i
>r
f{
h
The safest buy of tiie season, and you will double your,
money in three months. Tho company have 12 claims,
which surround the St. .Eugene mine—the largest silver-
lead mine on the American continent.
s
&«
Vice-Pros.
Sec'y.
r._x ji*bc_3W„_. ires..
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i
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'     " '" i .- rT
(ii .rv.'.'...
LCCi.TE-J.
Il   most   SpLCll  HUU    l.'UUl.lIi.".Ilvit;     i. t-i.-—-..        , ,,      j..r_
rse, reindeer,  antelope   and! ^^tp^Jgr^   C/*
ii!joc'i-!n:i3 to fliiay
i!   U*o   nn i !i,   nf:e'r
r?  t-! 1"."j  }.■> pa: mo
i.-:('ii;.'" ! iv!5'''.cat*
i .,-   -'• -te.i).      lie
j;       ,;.;;«,   f.  '_      _;.;    K,-i]l
-!!'   - . L _':.',hfsiJr /or
•'    .    '    -      .- V"'...M
1 ' -^r -*(_,-1 ::' *- c v.*;o-
;.  :.; r-: ? ( wo
if
j;
I'-.
I,'
Harvey   &   McCarter,'   ^
reason
ogk is now 5eiiin
lents a Share.
others—are also vegetarians.
_ui.ii>.i'"Tirw
Our representative at 'Ottawa. j\lr,
W. A. Galliher, rose up the other day
and woxed'-eloqucmt on thc injustice
which had been done his constituency
by not raising the tariff on lead. Il*
Mr. Galliher had begun his enthusiastic work several weeks earlier some
ri,-..d might have   been   accomplished,
l.C *!'"-...% t U.-ULiltl
o 1- i'...*-•.-. -Par-
ii.,r v "1 ih?s ,'uio I
lost ahonfc tv,-entv-!iv&' pounds in
weight; in i'aot I wrr. a ri.mpleto
v.-rr-c)-, fly 'app-ri'c- ,-r-\ s=lorp left
mo. I tri'id a riinnbi v ■._ _: )o-i rohics
to brace J.ie up &nd j;r>-f m0 an appo-
t'fo, but none cf them hjlpod jug. ■
"About t! is lime my daughter commenced taking Ozone for- a chronic
sore ihroac a:tvi quinsy, from -which
(.he harl .xuTered ^or years. In p. short;
time she v. as cdreploiely cured of this
troublcsomo disease.' So etife-jiivo -pras
the oreuriTari'i.': in hcrcaee fchacloom-
people naturally wondero what he   m ,'fr.s:f ta:-i::j it myself,   nnd in two
.'oing at the proper lime.
j>  Cv.ltin_r Parajfrapli.
Thn phyjiciana wore hbldiiig a con-
.-ultaliou bebide thc   col   of   the  man
supposed lo   have   appendicitis con-
' coaled about his, person.
"1 believe/"  said 'one   of   tbe  surgeons', "thnt we   should   wait   and  let
■   him get stronger  beiore"   cutting into
■:-'him."
'''      Before  other prespective   operators
could reply,   tho   patient   turned  his
'head and remarked feebly :
"What   do   you   ,tako   mo     for—a
chee?e?"—Lowery's'claim.
All Hi-URg-lsts Warrant Kvory Bottlo.
[f tT'inbied   with   rheumatism  give
"   Cheuiheriain   Pain   Balm   a   trial.    It
will i ol co*,t, you a cent u  it  does no
.eo.'i-l.    One.   cpplic^ti'T.i   v.-ill    ic.lio.Ae
I be pain.    It  alf<>   cures   pprain.s and
bruii-cs in ouo-iliird the time   required
oy   other, treatment.     Cuts,     burns,
frostbites, cufuay.   pains   in    the  side
' and chest, glandular and   other  swcll-
-ing.-; are quickly cured by applying it.
'•Every bottle warranted.   Price, 20 noci
: !50 canl*.    For sale 'oyrall druggists.
days' time my npperih. returhod. and
my s'c-ep becar^G as good c.s evor. All
tlie _ ains and achos had vanished by
th--". time I had p artcd on ilie.Eecoud
lmrth3, and I throw away my oaiios. "
,Ozuijj toned up m? f.y?t--:a and I became a new man. I gained rapidly in
ruish, ns nil my f rimds can tcr.cify. I
look veil and enjoy __» gdod health'
now as ever I did in my life.'
"(Signed)   \7. A. ANDREWS.
"V> Elm St., Toronto."
Prices Givezi '
and   Orders
TaKen on '
Sverj-'tliiiig-
in the Printing
Line at the
fort srEi:n:,B. o z.
riorvpy, iitcCarter <£ i-'iiihiiaiu,
KETiaSTOICJ:, 15. c.
Banisters & Solicitors,
rf>  For Particulars apply to
S°i
CHtJr
Of
W. T. GUKD,
WAKlirsTEi:, 5<>r_,TCITOJJ, B_C.
CRANBROOK. B. C
FARRELL & SMYTH,
&" BOX 35.
MOYIE, B. C
2i_^_^_S
»ffatj_vrt ti' r~u ia*^g>>' iioma," auwt i
0. F. DESAUL3TIER
DEAIJEK IJT
5-1 ii ■ I ;l I
pyyJJo yyM*
B_ %i?(_?S3?5  \^ ^ii_3!__
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PEOMPT DELIVERY.    '.
aueehs' A'ye. ' ^ MOYIE
b^   «S*s_A   \ -  v *
DR. F. E. KING-,    '
Cranbrook,
B, C.
George H. Thompson,
''    BaeriSticr, Soi.rciTOK,  Xo-
"    tary P.i_i_tc, ite.'
Solicitor for tbe Imperial
Bank of Canada.
CIiA._\BKOOK,       British Colitmiju.
Lirnus
bJ5
Drug and Stationery
Store.
Chemicals,      Office Stationery
Toilet Articles
* . i
..'    ... >>i( .■ I    .
:".u:i. I...-. (.1.
r ..   v '--"   »
ni.ioi: f^.'c-*■.'.r i.'it_r i'..-i
--.-.. . .'-".^(..'"'O,   (   Piivianlori-
.-'■j.it) ii.-i h*.-.*ii-,i,.- p-^lci-:-.!.
tliii.i.ylj .Sj'nnn .; "... r^rc-I.-c
^.-;_ .;.-r.-_, ji,i:>..
. > >.
i'y ?' .-.-'^.i1?.
A i. i.-.'t."-'.:i(,:y i'h:--,'i'il( ■! -„v,p dj-. T.-j-r'O^t rtr-
c ii,.';'.." >.i m-y f.^ieiitl/1" ii.i'i ..-ii. 'i-i_-T..ir., 53 a
j-.'.ir _'. .Jr-ii^rtjr, vl.  l-VM tij'iill rv'T-sd."'.Ior'.
.'-j. »'i_''-»   S1  fiit T.'Pr:. Aviv f'-3-n.J> "*».yL'
? .-.-.oh t'i'.iv^. i_j i' Ku-^-'i'-'-'^tv-.. X>. C.
vifrr,iEst,ii_..v--_i,-.fiLw^lira.,jL: ut'tsji
,I\ you v,'ant to buy
of    sell   apply    to
jBeale; Hutchison..
% El well
Ozone Acts Rapidly and 7hQro..___3."'
It is conceded by medical men. that i
the cause of nine-tenths of tbo disease I
from which peoplo  suffer   io diseaea
germs.   Powley's Liquiflod Ozoao acts
rapidly because it immediately afctacka
tikis cause.    It acts   thoroughly,   because it eradicates every trace of it.   '
. In a nutshell, Powley's  Liquified
Ozone cures disease by destroying the disease germs that cause
\t    It is especially botioficial in cases
of rhenmatisia end   will   give relie*
aud effect p, permanent cure in   the
very worst cases.
Powley's  Liquified  Ozone   is gold
I only by roliabla  dealers—never   by
j iakirr, or poddlers,    Price CO coutsasd
] .1.00 per bottle.    Our book on   Khcn-
siatimn Ireo on receipt of name nnd ' *■'■*. p
address. QS .r.-
*«3^--ri;5ft___i»«»r» cir^»*v*_crtf
jc -c v^->_^2>.*rti'i ._, *_*!
to Ai-rp from; aj.l
l33,t3
The }>cl.  of  acco:!_r:v->..__Unnf.
i<n tisu iry-.Vi.:iny pubiio,
P. J.f Hc2Saiion, r^lgr.
applies.
*9£    u
BffiOYIB,
British Qolumhiv?
IBB
.V r/!?/_> JCRSTA. D Tj n UCS TER IS 11 ;<2 j CO.
k-_ IA *p* «4_? 6
^     °       r
buy. ^
"*• -- ^~ ^j' '-■ctvy'i ^y ra^i* _Ka__ti:r a W!j*^r^<«ii')i__a_i»r <jg-j^_rfat**^Ta»
t'OJt   EKnE   TAibOPJXO   (.0    TO
(i    &C
MEBOHANT   TAILOR
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trou?er.x,   Iniporled    Goocla.
J£L2!:&b fe^-^ | MOYIE, B.  0
—VJ._-
n
rea«
IIer.(l OfUco
Clli.N«KOOK
^^i*-Mr_3di.
■MOW
fi  -f
W(
. i'-.f _ '  i j*ii£»_*-enrr_rcrT'ir--
KOTICK.     ..
lh tho rnr.ticr of Um Aft to i-.*_r\ii?.ti.'l.i!o.t;loar-
•Jtic'i.'iV.1,  bc-ing  Chapter IGJv
ling of Riven il"-':l
iU. a. b. o.,iz:~
jVOli'lO
.-ii
;by.
'.'(.•a   ;!::M: r.i..>1i(:i'.li'oi: 'lias-
,TH.E OZONE CO.. Limited,
Toronto, Ont.
1
ui   lar:
iofjnt-r  vince
'   , •      TO
VU
PJ.; nor/selling at .i"};75.     J Spokane,   Seattle   and  -Coast,''Poiiitd.
EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING  CO
CRAWBROOK, B^ G.
Areated Waters of all
Kinds.
Orders Scsici.ed.
Soda Water  and Syphens,
W* nt).K^T._TTj f Ifc^JWij.' I*. ■■
Jgr'JJlnMi _m _u*t__r,y>*hrT»«^
'_i.a _jyj_P'. jjflw
dbilil
H
»
-,;3een uiiuiii by l.fiuiy-;-.si,..is'rot-tiiiay Liuiil.t-r  Coiu-
r.])ti.ny. Limited, vi   (.'jrj.ibi'o'j!.;,   J5i-Jti*_Jl  Coluni-
.', ;.ia,   lo   ti'ie   l.K'iUe.'ir.iit (iovernor  iu   Council
.'■I'liialcr rl-.o'jirbviiii'jiis- of   '.he   abort! mciitionci j
: .Act for-r.ri-lionf.y t_- pi-o:;(.-L'd' ujji.u   i.'-e  exjiiiji- I
y.tion oi .sirtyO-'.y? ti-o:- the lira, --jmiili.'-.i.'on  i;f i-
■■| ibis uc-ikit; iu liie i'risi'.'li CoiiiTiiWa Gazette and j
i Bloyie l.cf.cWr, li'.MVKu-'.jic'r i.'t 3''iyii-, li. (!.,  I'.ith
I .Ihoroiuovul of obslr.'.'.tiOTr; and   t!iu  cciintnu-i
,: tion of .dams,   f lid us  and   tooins,   smcl   other I
! ^H'oria tliC;-ei:i and thereoa  iiocufisary to fnoiji
Ttstc.lbu i!oaiiii.!.;.'-.ii'l  tmiLVaiittiii!. ol loss and
yi.^iiji'jcr  i!i   the'-Moyio  rive;'  bulov;. tin*'-ly'ivt-i'
; -JJoj-.e-InV-t*, and ;vlgo to hike and usa nay Jan.d.*..
.1 :-;v.l',i'.h iniiy bomioc-cssury- lor Hie (.-oti.sl.rt'.utloii
j oi-ilhb.m.iil works, .Jso Uwt  tiie   toll i::t'.-. jto-
1 "rioiiid to. bo chc-.r;;ed is  .V'.-OO r.cr tlimiMirid -tout
-; oo-zrd racasure. •
■'; V AllTrO tliiii. tbo said eomi.any bdvc (le]ioKitcd
'-■ p.-!_i tbo Clii'jf Co!U!ni3_k)iicr. of J,.",iidu und
' '-.V'oiO:."., r.t Viotoria: li. (.;.; maps ai (I pSiin? jirnl
; j-j-.ik ol ic/en-ncf; ;is rt.'i|iiiri-.'.l l.iy Uio ;:riid Ad.
i Tho b'JKl.'.'I'li'l v.-iit.f;.-- tn bo ii(Hj. t'.'d by 1 In;
'.'r.»ii(l wi.i.-l: ivii! bo ibvi ki'id:- tuljoiiiiii;; .*iud the
'. "iViii.-T!* oi tii'.- :-..-;i(i Moyio river btdo'.v thu an if J
Moyio biko, ti-i(i the ."!iid lyyor iluyjc hi lb....
. JJiittd nt v.'r.'tabt-11'.i'.-, il.'';., tlii.. nlul.ii ilnv of
'A.-pi-ii, j flu's. , ',;;. f. (iUiti),
Sn|l<.itnr for tlif: A.imii.ci'iM'-'.     (..'rni-broo1-'- !'■ <■
Parlor hangin;;' lamp!?,  for
mer price -Ho: no'.v
oal
anc
OUti
.cooking.
i
;:*.:;•■
-.i.ov.t',3 jOrnior   pneo
ni:--.7ardi*; i:-jr,* cellin>_ for
:'.n-:l upv/arcls.
Jleat.ntj ol-oves, v/era salliuy
at $18 and upr/ards; now selling at $13 and.npv.arc's.
Order by mail or call or..
St, Paul, Dulntli, -Minnefipoli:;
. Chicago and Pointa East..1
to TRAINS •OA5L'Y0
..0    >   ,w»
77-,-
F;11M'
and j
!'£.cw   Ecpiiptiicnt    Throughout,    Day
y-
n
k?fS 1 3d 8*va 8 S 8 ■
CfeAMBROOK.
Ooaches> Palace   and  TouriviL
,   Sleeper.'-:, Dining, and Buffet tttnoldng and- Library Cars.
For Tichctt-,  Jiates,  Folders   arid'
Full  informati.)d,.caIl on   or   ad-
dre..3 any   Mr*'at .Northern Agent
or v.-rita
MAT '   MEBOHAHTS'
'Fresh  r.nd Of.rod.Meiiio, Fresh-
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duality not excelled in the country.!];,Try_It;and
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Market affords. The Bar is Filled witft
the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL
AND R.ININQ MEN    ' . . -a
  - IRTISH COLUMBIA
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AEEOW   LAKE, B.   CJ
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Health    Resort   on
the    Continent     of
Worth America.
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CHAS. F.  CAMPBELL.
Undertaker
Emoaliner.
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Coffins, Caykct-j ahrouda of all siicc
and styles coiistant-ly kept,in. stock.
Office oyer Imperial Panic ?of Canada. -Telegraph and mail,' orders re--
coivo prom-pl attention. Open ; night
iuid day.    Phone 43. : '-y
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x        i    TERMS--$ly to*I8 per week,  ac -
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Cities and; Towns   in
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Photographer,
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