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The Moyie Leader May 21, 1904

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 !:*f��*V<^  , . -   ' -,. iirk  ���/  l  Ui  NO  (�����  MOYIE, B. C.IUAY 2J, lt)0 i.  ?2A  YEAR  <��.:.<;.,  I:-|Serdi8t'��iet��M     "'=  -!-'A"''*f* , Tx FAVOR OF  R. CAMP3ELL ,'&'Cn.  UIR :;O5T���0>:-TO-DATE STOilH.     ,  1   j/1' -tfWffi;  '^JllX^fS  3'" OH  ftlfllL      .r^-i ,-ctii'vou receive' quick  ii^When yoa v^u J^-  t' .-"sK^ia-  1.  The J [  3iSS |lf Mfcur goods are delivered promptly.  .     ��� ^fitou all pay the  same Price, for  ' "v'Sfflfclr,.   v^ctic^   what, we  preach,  OLI'MliU  R5.  C.  r\  \y>\  (  III?  P.  :  8  ���1  ' Al  .'A  7 it aru<  %&i  [tee that yoi��  /?������'��� <&i.*��.^- &  C4NAMAN'   BANK. OF   COMMERCE  Paid Up Capital   $8,700,000.,  V^vve       - 3,000,000  Total Resources '��� 83,OOOjUUU^       <  present Rate of'Interest 3 per cent.    "  ��� F. G. MMPAS. fVIGR  Moyie will   Observe  n  Hay 24th.  A  jr  AS.  nn  Earl Shea Hurt.  Earl Shea, the eleven year old ens,  of II;. and Mr'. Joseph Shea, h id tlio  eml of bis left tbumb and tbe ends of  hid index and middle lingers blown off  by tbe explosion of a dynamite cap  Tuetduy uru'imcn. He also received  a bad cut on the neck and another  over tbe left eye. Ma.-ior Pari br.d  just canio from school ami "'ont  do  ���^passa  JT'- J*  �� Vi -��"  We Havo received Several Shipments o      f  s  by tho A^a oi the Like to pl.iy. ft  a?ema that be bold the cup in bis .Inft  hand and dehbbMtolj iouoh.-:.'' a  match to it with bin ligbt- Ho v,-ae  alone ,xi the: time' and n'.tbotigh hurt  au:l fri-bi'ficd mana^evl to r��>ac:)i  home all'ri^lit. Ilo w.is taker, to Dr.  ILarvi-.'V, cfii'je, pHi-ed nnd. r chloroform find hail hio v.-oiiul? dres-*od. , He  h now aide   to   be   out   ard   .irount  again. ,   .,,  Since tbe accident it is   learned that     Uj  the boys have been ph.ying 'villi   these  deadly niisBeld for =onifj tiin<'.    Where  thev aot tbeni is a myntery.  DcpoVits Received.  HSfiaOBH BRWCH.  H?H��r DON'T NKGLECT YOUIi  L"M V,o lull summer months ai;e clo,c at !.ftnd and you cannot afford  ,�� ca^v vour own risk-    Tako a lesson from the Ferine fire and put  ^  p.\l U.c snsurairje you 'can carry with  Dance Is foi; a Worthy Purpose   and  Should .Be  Well Patronized.  All preventions have been complet-  r t>  ed for tbe dance lo be given by tbe  Moyio Fire Brigade next Tuesday evening, May 2-1. Morley hall has been  secured, which assures the people that-  there will be .plenty of room, Several  supports haye been put in and the ball  is now absolutely Eflfc lor the largest  crowd   tlio   place  v/ill, accommodate,  Thc lunch will, bo provided   byK.T.   ,v ,uu .-,..,��� --  - ���  Howafd'and will be served in tlie ball. I the government v.mc- doing ltd  annual  Tlie dance is for a -.-vorlhly   cause  afld  should be liberally patronized.  The .diinco  it not the  only feature  for that day,    The management oi th'e  Hotel  Kootenay  has arranged   for  a  boat race at   7:30   o'clock    iu    the  evening, and is putting up a   puree of  .ftl5.    Ten dollars for lirst prize, .f 5 for  second prize,.   An  entrano  fee  of 50  cents will be  charged   wh'icli  will  be  added  to'   tbe   purse.   The   distance  will bo one fourth nf a milf and return  and there must' be at least five starters.  Tbe contest is open to all.  The judges  selebted are Dr. it-.irvie, Geo., Olcthier,  F.J. Bmvth.  Streets Need Improving,  The strccin oIMuyis arc a disgrace  to the iowxi, and its  high . lime   that  wo:  on  them.'  There   id  certain  fund fo be expended  in   this   \icinity  be  uone  During the pastweeli, which we are now  "busy opening up.     '     * .  AMONG THEM AUK    ���  Car(��et!,, Linoleums ami A .iX;--. ^'nllpnper and Bor-  il��rii:'/, iMinir- apd UedaitM.,'.-, .M.ittrth.M-s a'.J Pillow.-:,  iJMiikoi-s and Clomiwi't'r- NVin-h-.v/ Sli-uii ju.d ;hi;-  t.'i-i fixtiir":', !:'! pfMne. '''i!''-y (;..u,��n ai-.-i "1 owfl  i'.-.nls, Li: ��� ii si'1 V"-V:i' , nib1- LiiK-n an-l (Juftiuu  Mudlius,   71 ilu-wi!:"-    md   India    linei:, -' ti-., i-tc./etc.  ��� 0  I       ' n I  Granite and Tinware.  AND���  FoPfl'A'  _  -_ ii     i������ ��� �������� !���������!��� mm ��� h'iiiimmii rnTw<ni   r������~���������  Will Buy Our- Lead.   -  E' B.Braden, manager of  tlie   Hel-1 &ad, $1.60.    Zino (sp'elteO $5'20.  -    ' '   London���Lead, ��11  13s.  9d.  I^sH'Cu,v>-nnooK  ii "3  ^'���.J      %Z%vJ    $**&  we  MOYIE  n  LOCAL NEWS,  Mrs. G. A. King id visiting   in   Spo-  "Nelson   the  and the work   may   as  now a.s later in the year.  The sidewalks are also badly in need  of repair.    Audio  this  connection   it .     ~ ^ Everell  lea(1   8mell. |  may not be out of place   to   say   that        > Anerican Smelling  & .J^e~  the ,ea��.te�� about^town   ^�� ;       ^^g company, ,aS   in   Trad a   few  severely  reprimanded.    The}   are   jo , fa lh     Bo3giand 'Miner,  the habit of deliberately  drim,   over ; ^ ^^^ t0 see Manager   A1.  j the jaidew&'ik3 at any   and   an  PJacP!''!dri(jge  0[ the   smelter   on   important  breaking the   boatda   'arid   never .at- | bl���,neS8.  tempiing to rcpiir the damag-i.    Tt i-�� ��     -rhe American  Smelting A.Eeflnmg  ^nnhtfnlisif   tho-sc   -.ime .men   ever j company recently acquired tbo Everett  doubtmi is it   oiicse   -i  welter    It has recently been started  contributed   a   dollar     towards     the r;;^ is now prepared to take  Koo-  buildins   'of   a   sidewalk     in   Moyie. '    " -  - -   --'--^  METAL   MARKET.   .  Kev.'   Yoke���Bar silver,    55^ cents  Xrj* '7c��^^.^srss-  ' *  .j*-  3 STtf  TiofiHaj Rank  CAPITAL, ^Auttiorir.tti)  CMTTAL, (''aid  Up)...  .UKST    '   P �� m f"5 f { *Jj  .;_; 6ri �� a <--% t/: v" c  .iU .000,000  $2,98:5,800  .$2,(536,31^  ^  ^  ��>  1:  V  ^:,!^��A.> OFl'MOK.'iOKONTO,   GNTAKIO: , -r    ''n"^;  �� 'V.VE* If AY, A-:. Li��.--t Ct-u. Man.iger.    Yv . MOr fc ^-. *-luei Jn^  -- i'''%^ a r-ropr'^F   ^>D 4WrW     A wneral banking buol-  :;^|4^;^viN(iH rF,.\ !n\MEMT���interest alluwcd on deposito.   -A  'i^;^l)r.xTtjsold, a-.ai;r.bl..M:: ail   p.irtr,   of   Canada.   United    States  and  ��"^g.'',fr|?Euror)C.'    Snocial i-.tti?ct:on given to collections. ��  ��$0M    *       " 5. F  M, PINKHAIV3, Manager.  kane  James Cronin   was  m  first of the week, ..   '  Mr. Gomer Jonee was up itim  Wardner Smubiy.  Alr'A Stappard   ol"  Elko is   visiting  with her mother, Mrs. Grossman.  Mrs. V. G. Rvulh is in Fermc, the  guest of Mrs. McMullin.  John Sivinnerton and v.'ife have  moved here from Cranbrook to remain.  P. F. Johnston installed s. Mason &  Risch piano in  In-5 hotel lids week.  Mrs. Crunin left Thursday ior fipo-  kaue, where she v.ill rer^aiu i;ir a  short time.  At:. Kool^-s of Crunkrr--!c w.is here  tbis'-.V"i!; reiir-^-cnling ti>. ��� MiT-'^n ^  Kisch tiauo Co. oi Toronto.  A f-Jtcpheusen bus purcbuscd the  Goldberg house and lot :u the Lake  Shore addition. c  Chestoi Cobb, brother of CLir.J Cobb,  arrived here this week from Knn?as  City.  Mry. Hi'.:?:n.-��   and   Mr-.  .Tufdlnn   of  .tenay silver-lead urea if the Federal  There are regular, crossings nnd the c-ovornment relates the bounty regu-  driv^rs 'should be comocilcd to use Haiioiw sufficient to permit .Kootenay  "                                     .    ' "���     j shippers to consign their surplus  lead  theru-                 ��� ; ores to a foreign reduction works.    In  Offices Are Moved,       I"�� *�����' �����-*��"�� rt-��r'"l��y ��'  Oorbin Is Silent.    * ,'  D. C. Corbin'   of   Spokane   was  iri  ���Vancouver  recently,   presumably   on  business .iiuconnectipn'iWith   the   ripo--  kane and Kootenay ^railway.   Mr. Cor-!.  bin wodktnbt deiiy'thiit his   presence  j there was oti ' tii^t  account,   although  he said''lhs;time wac not, -ripe   lor  any  details.Ak'ia reported 'tliat   his  road,  will be kutiwu of the   Central   Paciiic;  and that, it will be btiilt from Yahk, on  the Crow's-(Meet pass Jftflf through the  Canadian lend oreo has   been  .meltecl       "J ^ Id'^^bta the'state of Wa.h-'  m. "fivprplt. nud   y^r.   hrulrn  says   ma Z'Z;-Z'^''Z:z.Ji,:*-':z,-zz"-r.    ���    ... j  ���{ i  _\.V   *?..-���V.T_i:-.--:>   vCV-Sft! i^-i-"/  ARNOLD & ROBERTS,  " ftlhffi and  i  )' y> /p\ i q jy>�� n (\ f%      S G* 0 El If ^  3 sdufdllubl   HguHia,  ���^  Wtli shortly opoii a "branch in Sloyie  ^v* In tlio eld PoEit G^.ce "building:'  ���ffrt*��,-*i.izjri,-��'��,"����  \'r c c ii iy ma ciost r.inge.Dl" .lints intoun  y:.".W.  Ti-jii ' MKN'S    FUllN.!,6itEL.b:  government oillees are now located  The people of Fort Steele are taking  their loss philosophically, and nro of  th^ opinion tint their town has ample  resources without the government odices. _ __     "'Chas-"Diamond in Liick,  Poplar Nugce. : Fred Kaiser and  Charles diamond this week received  assay returns from the sampler ot the  Big Horn lead. The returns give G^  otuiceo of i-Told to tlio ton. The Big  Horn is -about, a mile north ot Poplar  and li.ua 12-foot lead. The loouticn  was made anot^ a month :'go,  "Broke His Leg,  Joe Gonyc.iu Jell from a ecaffold at  the St. Eugene mill Monday   morning  said broke his left onkle. ' U  is   what  is known to the medical profession   as  id Li-iuv ,,. w,  ,...u- a Pott's fracture.    'Dr. llacvie attended  expire oa May oibt. ano niio...i.   i-e i^   \ ,-.,;���  uewed on or before that date. passenger t.......  V. Desaulniers is able to be around  again nfter being confined to his room  for several days through   t-ieknsss,  Messr-..   Worthiiu'ton   y.   Co.    h.iv.|       ^.   p   1)e,uio ot ,',;,nii;)n hr.;   ..  secured thc .igenrcy for the 11 ���*,-^lwci1'-��� lh.,. l":,ilf!in��y   near   ��h-:   Central   !  ��� w'.iich wn-   foi-r:��':!-.'   ��� i-en-iul   ' .  : Slim: a* n  b.ikciv. .-un!   h l-   op'-i  '  ni. Everplt, and   -Mr.   ivruiru  idys   ma ( :,-.,,   r.;;-c;ZA-S'':~-A'Ar   ;.   *i^'  L-ist   Monday   Gov,rnmont   Agent ! plant is now prepare! to   buy   several'i m.lm ^'Z^^p^;.!     ��t^    .  l^cn'andhis .'aff  moved   fron. | hundred tons monthly trom the  Koo-; H)t0lUnn to Unngihelmc^into  d,,ecl  Armsuciio                        ^                   ..! tonav silver-lead camps. ! competition with Jim .Hill-s road   and  Fort Steele to  Cranbrooic,   where   th, . -   , ,  , ^1^'^^,^ The i(!o^  A Landmark Gone,  !     Tho hull of Ac .-tcamprEcho, which  i has been him; on ;hc   bo.u h' opposite  '.he M-jyiehotel for the hut live years,  : broke from its mooring,    early Ihtirs- t  dav morning and   nu\fjtiy  iloatcd  out i  into th? lake,    '-hio is the la-st of  pretty little steamei tl-it v.-asb.'uL  run cm thc hike si:: yeur- af;o.  :n-  ,nv  Fernie are the guests of Mr.   and   A  P. J- MoMabon.  Geo. Jlilliftr, C. P.P. agent iii Cr-  brooby was   mingling   with   h'.s   :\y.   _  old friends in Movie hut Sunday.  A. Dill, tlie dairyman, v;i=hes lo im-  iorm the public that he is now cble lo  stinply all the milk they want.  the  ^a<l  jog Driving,  tin a I'trge a'ridfich'dpiint.rj. Tlie idea  ij t;ir.f. Mr. clbrbin will'build tho line  aud <i A. tuniv'vO^r.toahe  Canadian  Pacif:o;. ���:-_-__ .:yZZ,.^7 ,._.:-_  Blaokstookvat 0litawa���  ���  (  ,     .;.  ������.���-i, ��� f  <- A despatch from vOLtaV/a   says   tha"  T. C TJlackcloskA   there  T;orkini;  'A  M-.teredi ol tie load miners in '.a*.  in;  nortec  the hoimt^ e^tended^������ ib _ orSo  or.  Zjbh liiibw:  tu:  JOU-  ^:<:erab'loo��p'o5-iti.c-ii:;fs bsin's met AA,  Thc upper Mo.vie lake'is the scene of ��� and  ' ��� I i-, ri I- t  ^ i a u l. ���  ::':ia there  his  coneiderablo po'ivity   just  r.t  preterA.| influencein brzngiug aboiutne nc-otlcu  Both the Movie Lumber company and j w^.,.^;: ".        7[..:'...   :���  East Ko'::?m.'.y Luml-r company rayo|  their big drives on. 1  Tenders .WanSecl  Another Barber Shop,  -~ ^- g..J-^rarfc��x,rtS3J*g"S  ......     'j iv,'i  z-yryr'  HATS,  i-e crr'.m'.  >!.'���-'rs. Beak  | 0.1  f.v. I'l-"    ���'  j i-iiildin*-.  1     r-K-t Moii'h':  1 l.-uiil In.lda;- i-y  l',,\\ ��� ���.  il..    I.',.  iirr.-n;-,  ���v     li'itei  nfOd  mtel,  ;     \  Edstock Offered Flace>  I     Tenders, vrill be.received by   the   St.    ' Eugene Consolidated; Mining  Co. ipi  Hewit Bos Jock has been oflered the. cqqoo io 50,0'06' lineal feet of heavy  senatorship niade vacant by t],eueijth ��� ,imber.peelcd. Particulars to be  o. Senator Peui, and ,t  is thought   ne I ^. , ^^ ^ ^   ^^  will accejit it. . ��� . -.. _ _'  u.��m*m*l    ���  !���  .   .. _ UL'fc. J..^ .'111"^   -'  !l)"b  H    ('   1       w(  ('  :id  an  cr<ler   :n    e."Jmei!  Manhattan Is Open  i  Soo.onr   nuipn  WkST.'' They're beauties.  land there vi'A. !'���" i'��> tvhpch  i     Etiw;\rd    A. .L'twUii'.-h'i.d  ibeen boiiiitifv:��>.". his.  h<>  coat of pm>.t.    Thu  body  ��� A A  rei-.ei-.tly  :-.'.. 'w:t  of  it   i^!   ii'  white, with cherry trimmings.      ^  p T McMabon hno .a jiicturo; of four  -uilesofwaler front at Seattle fr.imed,  and hanging in the ntf^e. o. lb��  liotel.Kootenay.    The picture is   s:  The    Mauhat: a:  v, hicii  ., : been closed for the past two year?:  |.reopened 'last    Moilii.iy    wiih   M��  na.  W i K  r-.-rs.  4    ."^SSApiKiKU 1JI105,"  H'rop{3.      .  tVitli house {of GbiiitiierckVhir.u.   Besl  of accommodiitionri,  :^?<lc|uaf-t6i'3; for Commerioiai��� ^ricl filihiiig ��� M.oi'tj _  11^:   > vi:r"un:; '���'      :'    ..... f���.. :.:- movlg, ri. c.. O  i  iSwiimerton add Armstrong in charge.  i;       Stirvejing Claims,  Hotel .Kootenay.    me P,cua, .���   --.   j    ^. T- McVittie  und;   his    inep    were  i-ud-ivcs.an excellent .view of that city,  here this week surveying the   ^augley  nnUo>      _.   --- loroup and .a claim nf. Mc.At.vhon   Pros.  .       .     oiiup��H:.Si;:-vic��M.        .       _    ,. ! All'adioiu the S;,. En^one..  ������       MsTHOJiICT~-ln Odd   F.iiU��y<     nail!     .,'     ..-. .  -;    ���,_::-:__-  ^ I Sunday School at 10 a.   m. ; iMorinn? ;  }A 'wVibe.. at   11    o.'olock.    Te^t-'-How;  -hall we sing   the   Lord's song   m   a  EgJIila?^.    PSahn.i37:4. Patriot-i  io eerruoa.   ��� ' j  'K'Vcryon.o welcpnie. A  7      : \  J     R, -li.A-. TATLOfi, Pftctor S  p-rtsiiYTKRiAN-:--In   tbe. Oddfellows'  T-tali     Suiulny SjIiooI at 8 p..m.   Ev-  ��� ,  .vM-e-,  nt  M^O     Text���John  1 ���! 3 "to nvanhiUli seen God. at any  lima the only Degotleu aon which ,a  ���nthobusom  of  the  father   He lull.  -     ���       STOP  AT TME  0SI0P0MTAN  dcchiieil him;  Everyone welcome.       .  WHEN IS  J, Ki  OOVVf5i:S,  Prop.  i  Good fooms, good   tables and   b ir,  and first clas3 saaVulo m as  IridispensaMe" In makisigj.^itiesl  breads j biscuit aiid, eakes; The  greatest icuiiriftry fieijp; of modem  times; fomg feouseleeper^ find:  the beginning M their success  in  cookery  iii ' its-employment;  ^i6s   BAKINC!; POWDEK CO^  CHItiAGO.  Notk -'-l'mitat'oi'. b^^i��s powders are low-  N ���J  iiT p-i~e,  but  thev   are  mostly-  made  from, alum  and   are   Injiir--  ious to lio-itth when tufceu m food .  iT  i, tl  4' -I  'V &
WEDDIXG    FASIttOXtf. f EASTER hats_and others, f
A Bride's Gown nji.l Oilier Dresses.
Thc Heavy Trained I)rcK.i Verssii
tlie Airy Short One—Veils nnd the
5'ew   Coiffure   Arrnjinciiifiit.
For pictorial representation is selected a charming bridal gown of white
inousseline de duchesse,  the skirt out
fn deep Vandykes, edged with a Io\eh
Irish   crochet   point   lace   run!   falling
over  a   quantity   of   white  net   frills,
stitched ,witb   rows  of  narrow  white
satin  ribbon and  fine .white silk  medallion  lace, which, Iaoc is also agim
used In vertical  lines on  the back  of
the  skirt.     Particularly  dainty  is tiie
corsage, with its deep bertha-: of lace
PMnl';Bl S-lTirc ( cnronlor., r..r
Uressj or Smnrt Mi,.,.| \\ oar.
Pmk str.iv.-, wh.to 1 K« and lVr>\ eis
compose the lo\e!y L\iMer coulee tion
of the upper iigi,ie ^lUihid In. tlu-
iVlmotto:. vhne v bite -w.w, blanc
suaw and a black amil foim ihe other
*eiy smart affair. The .,ame .aithon-
i y sa j s
'Jhcie is a suggestion of the picturesque   '•baby-   hat    m    some   ol    the
dressy  models.     One  of  i.ue   beauty
was  made entirely  of miho, of  i.-co
outhned   Tilth   gold.     Tho   lace   was
(..night up at the loft .side, where the
palest pmk roses nestled and fill o\er
on the hair.  In black l.ico ii'llle* edged
with gold, American Ueautv roses supplanting the pink ones, this would he
a striking stylo for unvoting brunette
The lace ruflio falls o\ ei tho brim and
shades the face slightly m ibese now
"haby"   hats,   and   ofttmies  a   pretty
touch is given by a'spiny of blossom's
caught in the ribbon how and trailing
ovir the bum to the  back,  whore  it
falls on the hair.    I or sti eot w ear ihis
proltj hat is fashioned of glace tafleta
or liberty satin,    it should match tho
gown in color.
Tho black picture hat-trimmed with
a white lyio feather is one oi the essential items of a fas.hion.ibIo \V:11(|.
robe, and it has come loith .-'train in
tulle and lace    The hi un of this hat is
i.ivi.   V *.
A I'lnoc V/Jioro I'cz
'   SJioiild K^lsii—Ofion i; Heath■
"",. "It 'isn't   typhohb/malaria,,;-grip-
spring fever half so much" as ;dee;n
'd one ph
vegetables in the' cellar
sk-iiin to. 'aiipther^wihen 'called. ,in eo;
siibatien over a severe; ease, of fever.
"'  It is a popular notioli'that tlie, eel!a.
should be cleaned in .the..spring;el6ai
ing' time,  but. by  spring' the seeds ■<
disease   and. deat*i• '.'may   h;i,ye    he',''
sown, and cleaning.,comes1-too late;;;;
save the life, of some member.of Ala
'family.,.';'' '   ■;■   \.Z7 c-77;';■■■"'..■■      '''./'''■.
' .Cleaning the.cellar should be a' weekly- affair, but .with 'th'e Jireujcin'g up .of
cold." weather' greater attention .to. 'its
condition,-is required.; ■'' •>''.■,'•:■'■. ":::   'yj';;'/,
'".Decayed; vegetables .should, not-be"a'ly.'j
lowed.....to"remain; cine■'■ hour-,'' and ''all'?
specked:'.or; spoheu'-fruits   should .' be
removed.!. "ii^";'z7Z'7'7.i','" :■ ;■'.'.,'■/ iv ':-n"ii": :i-:.
'' The; celkir should" reeeiye adaily '.a •;:' '
Ursipua i*"A I»>- (: ii.-ilonx For I)ui:!ST
l'—nt Ih UiiiLi'iI 1>itho*iS ii Cu".!!.-
lon—\ >i.:iiiici off I'z'-ieliciil tti'B.
Junuiiclpri   '...'Il   on   lAmrii.
Maik on a pi '-'eot lather lmLtw (sght
pastrlni,ud a i,.<le about nn eighth cf
an inch hii-,ci thin \oa w ish the oom-
VSo%>    of   Him— a   IVew   rrfcal   or
Training  SuffscNtt-d.
It is lio.i- geneially agreed that man
is expected to woik out his own life
piublem. the age of lunacies aud spe-
cnl divx'iis.at>ons hems long past,
iheicfo.e v,hen the boy, fiom tiie high-
est tut .a I giad*i to tho lowest, is found
to be tlie moral inferior of the girl of
his own ai^e and station even the least
thoughtful wdl understand that theie I
I pleted  med ilhon  to  be.    Adinst jour j 1IUi^t   he   gia\o   lault   in   training   to
| .sowing  nhichine  to  ih lonw^t  btitcb j blU}„ y0v\n  Mich a  result.    That tin-
j and  A.ith coais" t'uead si.it Ii .iionixd j (i)<0 UiAV  „ot  fcl.eul   to  be 0VerslaU<
tho ci.de     Xow  n,..i-e a  hole  in  the , „,pil.s,.llliitl,e fflCts be cit(.(1.    For
teutei of the circle, and \ou have the *■ ,
frame complete for jour wheel.    Sea j <*-"W-\ odutators in the public schools
aie at the moment demand lag the re
Brighl.s    [j sea,e
Tbe: Cns
^l8»     Johau,,   vn>
ecnnd < ut
Take  a   long  thread   (two  or  throe
yaids; and j.t-s n :If tin oimh the hole J
<-• 11 I.
,r-   <-lv
ing    This does not men to leu e
window s open  lorn
., uiLuu-5  ojien   long  ono il uli   to   lue < W'i
ihe vegetables and iiait, but in the se        c/X)\i
vere cold weather let the window ie      rK^7sJ
opened to allow a uicuhihun of fiO-/i       «"*c~ ' °>
air and closed tp.mklv
Jii"!, pots .mil b Mi'cN should bo th >:
oughly  clcred   Inline ]jnttmg  .:\  i\
and untilmg wate'-fuhic-.-, should pu
sale oici- this po't.o.i ot the huu--e
In   the   spring  Ine  -\\ alN   shoi'ld   1  '
siramut and suggests the huge, lounl    hwopt down, spilnkkd with w itti  m. i i
sailor.    It ib slightly raised at the leu    a httle sulphur he burned in th.- eeha-
c.fdo and in fiont by a bandeau Hat,
ol tin'1- tvpc aie becoimjig to almost
fMet.A woman, hut they should be worn
only upon dressy oetasions
Theie is a tomb  of said in  neatly
all of the newest mot.'ols, and it is in
morod   that   this   military   suggestion
will be moro and moie in evidence a&
the coason piogiesses. - •*-■ •   vi
A bonnet or henddress that is ospc-    first  by   blushing  them  w oil   with  a
cially appiopnato for evening wear is    switch, aflei hanging o\li- a L;v. then
U])on   a   pi\n  o£  ashes,   hot  or  cold. (
place a tahlesjiooniul of 'uilphm-zin a '
httle heap,    'iomh a lighted i."..tih to
it and lc.no it lo b-.i-n    It will slowly
consume  and  will  kill all  triples nt
odors and disease gem1,—Table T.iliv
and bouffanttsleeves of net run with
ribbon, while the graceful bridal veil
of net has a large true lovers' knot
embroidered' in each" corner in white
floss silk. The second cut shows two
gowns of a trousseau,,, one being the
going away gow;h.
, White satin is still one of the handsomest of wedding gowns nnd gives a
better effect than tho newer diaphanous materials when made with a very
long train. Charming as are'the chiffons, nets, monsselines de sole and
other filmy fabrics, they are not woll
adapted to very long trains. Hence
the traimin these materials is usually
much shortened.
.   Lace   veils,   especially   if 'thoy   are
Jieirloonis,   are  fiiiite   the   vogue,   but
otherwise there is nothing 'so charmingly becoming and altogether appropriate ^as  the  very  flue  chiffon  veils
' that crown the costume with a sort of
radiant softness and grace.
•  Among   the  latest  fads   for   bridesmaids is the substitution of tlie elaborate coiffure and veil for thc hat that
has been so' long worn.    At a recent
swell .New   York   wedding   the   eight
thiead   tinon Ji   one   oi   the   machine
.     Cieaninir IW,. .studios,   men   am..,   u>   the  opposite
mis uark in icior in.ij   ho rle.u.ed j Mdo, then b.n k .mam m tho alternate
stitth. then back again, and so on un-
t.i all (he thiead in the needle is used
up;   then   thie'd   it   wuh   thc   under
- ....... thiead,  bring it up  to  the  i ight  sal"
hiushmg out again.    The best -.ray to ! and piotoed ac be'oio until the spokes
tuin   of   corpoial   punishment    as   a
ths< lphnaiy mcasuie for hoys.    Asked,
' If the law weie passed would it not
have to apply  also to girls?"  it  was
answeied that although  it would tlie
question was of no moment, as when a
.similar law was opei alive a fgw yea is
ago not a gnl had made herself eligible foi rod punishment     The agitation
is wnolly in behalf ol bo.vs.    Take another example: In 1 larva id uilivcisity
ibis   tenn   the dean of  the  Lawrcsue
Suontilio school,  I'loiessor Hhalei, appealed  befoie the 000 students in  the
gcolot,y class and delr,eied a scatliui','
addie-s on their conduct lowaid a .substitute ptofessor.    Tln-j  had  consisted
m hmhng copper cents,  chalk,   hooks
and old shoe.-.    At a later lectuie the
lu.s.s Its included two e^gs     'Ihe just-
in the (Clip". !<il  ihe other end and I ly  indignant dean  stated   that  dining
the  frame ,\<  ,u,u   Wt hand.    llcj;iu J most of the Unity jeais.hc had been
wo'king   ly   p.-■>!. ;   ihe   needle   mid j instiuetur his audiences' had been mado
MJil 1.1.  DLSIO.V.
"Ji| i, one oty
^ociuoi. c,nivi v ".tlie'AW
- (Sp,c i. ,' !t> l statues
ease |,.,s , ,„ ' '' ' { '-'rippers,
Medital su,lH( . l ' Z'' by tbe, i
the i,si of „ „, I'Z l>". 'v, worsldll
^^^ "i „„ , J;,. a whattU
Mayor, oi tins ,.iu,     , "  l 7  otee>lj
Miss .M.ooi -,,,:' j -: Bcribble
Disease n, ,ts n„,.t ,, " k.'per^'i'J
to give up a .„„,„  , >      a^ball|
a  corset  fin.i     <,, „   , '    *"        - ""i'^-
consulted   g.n1,    ,,„   ,/;
had  lot   the   (i,   ,| ,   '
spent a fuMun.   w,t,i ii'
going to ('.,:, d,,,,,,, s,,,,'
 r,   but no  ".,,, | ,    ,,
trim  to think Uut  j
life ninth lorn;, i,
"It    w.i,    ih   ,    r   t,t
Dodd's   KiiJn, \   pi.    1 ,
to th.'in i ntin '    u     j
to-d iv    a   -»!,,, r   j,  ,  ,
took   vhjUi   Hmk,^        ri, , „___ft.
theeu.e. l>ui 1 .i.,| , , ' ' Z^ JtO^
two bi>\i-s i, Kui„ii, ,| 'A vstraiigjj
"' thc'M)     ^'" " u i. ,, , JLin'I'iva:
ou!d 'j
u\,,, bits^tbc
> _,; Bure^to
^. 'cgrlm|fi
'- •;*; Bttcksjt
<i'Z omen'ii
;,r< it fallf
t1 "   >SucW
»  curious
% 'vhiam
by  nibbing well heated cedar or ia
hogany   sawdust   into   the   fur   an
lemoie tho same after the clean 112: is
clone is lo put the fur side dov n on
feather pillows and beat thuroimhlj o.'
until all dust is iemoved
If the furs aie soiled at neck 01
wlists, they may be cleaned with gaso
line—of couise in a room or outdoois,
w hert.1 no lire is.
"While furs may he cleaned with hot
cornmoal (white), the same bo.ng i.'h- 1
bed into tho fur as desciibed aho\ e tor
the daik furs with sawdust    P0U1 the
daik  and white furs should  be  hum;
all   eo-niijete      rI he   o;id   of   tlie
outdoots in a shady place attei  1'can
^ifagnesia may also be u&od for clean
mg light coioied or while fuis It
should bo used in cakes and the c.11.0
nibbed upon the fur
Iilee  Mold   With   :dnple  Suff.ir.
Wash well one cupful of nee, diop
thread  you   hut   been  woik'iv,
is   then   passed   ih'n.'crh   h ill'   cf   the
spokes and f el h" "iply, ihon t.cd to
ihe loose end     In d-e  the thiead  is
jiot long enough tj cotnpk'h* the wheel
Jt cm onsih bo f, sttwe.i to a new noe-
dlcful villi a t .'hi knot     'ihe procos>«,
although it in."   s»oin  CHupheitetl m ,
ji'I'M.   \m!1   be   fo-uid   to   be  peifectly I
i mule '
Aft"i' tho fruno is made and spokes
aie  ali  cimrikieTnn.rs   tho  ploas.mt
pa^   U'lt o- diii.ng m  the p lttern
'1 h., c r> h • a ,    u. pie cm* ei ihoiate as
jot  w 1 Ii   . n '  il.tse i< pi\ eti'Mllj'  no
caltii  odif.'v'M l''on !)[ Mti'dis   IhUy
r,iohcs is a ■. io ! iiin'ihei" t<^ v oik with,
and   a   w,,   ou^itne   ^ hi ol   may   ba
made    by    Minnij    (vm<;    the   ' pokes
aiwimd  1.1  la.ts at  torn   diUeienr  distant oj liom the centoi
The wheels ai" he.e niciuu'd 111 about
up of gentlemen, hut that for the Just
few yeais el isses of loaieis had been
coming into the unlveiMly.
Xow, to one who disbelieves, aa all
mielhgent pci&oiis must, m inherent
moi.i! snpetloLity of girls-and women
theie must bo .some icasoti for tin, mii-
vei.sal haihansm of the boy, for that
is what .ids  him    "The km son  is  not
I    Will    Ih'WI     1,
noy   I'iIK "
l)Otl(l„S       7<i«!l((\        1     "q
Hi ight's     Hi ,„„      i|„,
thc\*    Will   cii"    a'l   Ll ,
of  h'ldnev   Ih'i.is
Theie ate 2.-i0,t;iifi f,„ ..       v    „     „.
in   Puns and  lts in,y^\&3&$&
trmns  head  the   1,,   , Istft   ^^^
W'th     lar to .stele, and it is all epitomized 1:1
, ,^^?^ occiliiibnaily'; ft^S^P
ahiiight^doiianunij,, t,^w,r;|^tgiM;
; :-..,■■:■:■ ;:.,...,■,■. . —~:—-——■—: .-.±_%'"-.".i&§ml^ftMui
AMAy /f:;:M^darK^:;:onicel;b3:lc^^»;
'iiijg:.-. installed, : aad   uiWr An^^v^m
hu.yo,x o lively i-unZAa ia. '■fws^Wmm
stoves;-:.-."- ;'   ■ -..v, .:■'":'; ." ,r:'"'-'   ^^^fe
Aiioxa ruiz m:-wt hats
i v^        iiv,t(      KJ.L\JIJ
into boiling salted water and keep at 1         "'" '" ,u m(il!U'" in nl:,out
galloping boil until the giams aio ten- iwo-'bhdj- the actual s./e w nen nuidt
der all through.    This will fake about v'li'1 I-'liK'r oc"^° h*on tli;cvul     M'llc"
fiom twelve to eighteen minutes,  ac- lfl ' iljom wuh lnier thiead wuihl de-c
cording to the vanetv of nco.    Prui-i, (,°?'° tJ,° h1'1'. ^iM'° ,f l,V(U' of (i°-
place in a saucepan witn one-halt of a cnot -Si!K  Uir'-V  ^0ll!tl  1)0 can.idoiably
cupful  of milk  and ouoquaiter ot  a l-«-cer     ,\wo  of  tlu'ir.   is  chtmult   to
cupful of cream and cook ^ ei v slo,\lv ;u"'!-° •,f,-t^ ihc ^oikei become? aicu»-
' until   the  liquid   is   absoibed      IJ.no tom»il to Use rt.ini.iig    Thc main thing
1 ready a buttered moid.    Fill this with i(> icuieinhcr is  to  draw the dannng
the rice, tapping it shaiplv fiom lime! thread*  clos-dy  and  funny   to  gne  a
! to time that tho nco ina»- sotfe will  I '•olid look to that pait ot  the \. heel.
Ui.it mm h quoted and much esteemed
iniMin,   'T!ojs   will   he  boys"     I'lotu
the time, in h.s baby days, when he it>
given   a  chum  or  a   tiumpei   o.   .some
o'her i:.iv splitting, noise (nodiuhig j»r-
ih |e and  em out.aged  to disiegaid   the
ia,'1 's ol oil (is in the matter ol   rc.i-
si,i..hl«'   rpiiot   until   he   pas-ses   fiom
p.'.intii (ontiol he is allowed a license
. nd io'oi.i'od in hues of condin t whnh
bicd :a him a juofoimd eontemjit for
t'e i.„n'1 ol a'lj   whom he may bully
or ,. .i'i    mi      At the bottom <»f all boy-
i-Ii wioiigduMig i"> tn.it indifleience to
t'e '.eh;-, 01 other-    'J he icincdy lies
., ,iJ!'j \»'.li ().,a"ts and educators
Le'  is hope \ho time is not  far dis-   eminent   on .ui aim ia  1.1
t   .,1 Wicn  ihe ideal  foi   hoj a  will   be    hitiation   bill.   mo\"
t1'  t'g. d   fiom   'hoys   Mill   be   boj's"
(With all the Iuon-.es ilieioin Implied.)
to h.gh chr.alij  in all thing-..—Voftiic.
A Magical Life Saver .rif^t»
new  s   Cuir,  tor  '.he ip,rl    Vle: A'Jbm$fBt
Pftln   and   nKo,v   ul h   , ^Z      S}Iswlet'l
Hu.s    IV, M     of  Amu..     Q 4 ?,mM$:
foi 111   of   IP.Ut    l'1-..'avc      I
iTllon     jiroduccd    fnM1.1i"
rI'lio   \e»    Sl>It-'    ■Jlurnnlhc    IlInR-.
Ju>t when o.eijbodj on this ilde tbe
w 'tei is settling down to the convic-
t ,;i that the niaiipiiso ling Is a bit
u t-.so conies tho
Stand in the open o\on  for ine nnn
utes, then turn out on a heated tl.
-&r^yi-Ai\ \ \ \sz 1.1
t.    .......    ..ui   ii v l:   jinn-
" "    "-Xi" j utes, then turn out on a heated tl. J
formed  of a hoop of wire about an 1 Servo AVlUl an nbumlnnce ot yoCKl blU.
in.h w'idc, o\ei- v.hich is twisted black tor and sciapod maple MI1?!U     Tl..s is
01 coloted vchctnbhon. an o](1 New Enslan(l (1lsh anJ a VPrv
1'lower toTties and tin bans are c?pp- „„„* „„„    -      ... •
cially■attractiio at this season, for the
flowers that now pen ado the milhneiy
woild have copied nature very closely,
some of them almost defying detection
tkocsseat; gow>*3.
bridesmaids, gowned in white chiffon
draped over pink satin, wore three
pink or three while ostrich tips arranged in court fashion, from which
was draped a long scarf veil thai hung
down the back. Another fan.-.v is the
urn: with the scarf veil of wreaths of
natural flowers. AMY VAIiNL'.M.
TUe .Xctv   I.iiio  In   Iloilicc.M.
The   middle,  pui-timis' of   bodices   in
general are  fail  ur given  that modifi-,
cation of fullness which plaits achieve,
sa.vs Vogue,    ln thi< respect our '.oivns
are furlher emphasized bj' many new
and odd ways of hooping up full fronts
above the girdle line, while flat backs
are   to  bo   retained.    This   movement
reduces Uio tiresome vulgarized  front
blouse line, and yet saves us for awhile
from, dart   fitted   bodices,   w'dch,   no
doubt,Will come around in-good time.
Smart  tailors   have'' already   accepted
■■these foreign hints, and some of their
latest suits bear evidence of this.
good one, saj_s Tabl? Talk
Crenmcil   CnbSm/yc.
Chop pait of a cobd head of cabbage
.  ,. „.,        -    " ~~7 *■""" . fine in the chopping bowl, pi't it into a
as    imitations.      Ihcre    aro    Iloweis, ' , „,,,        ,, . ,,        , , ,
',        ,    j,   1. ■ ,„..*! kettle with a cup of hot water, nnd keep
though, that in no way suggest natuie ' ,       ,       , , ,       ,..,
.■   ,    ? ..   i        1        ► r .       i     covered and cook Cjtiicklj.    ^ hen ten
which aie neveitneless  bcautifni and ,  ,„    , .. .. ,       *
full of dehghtlul possibilities fr' towft     ^'^) ^ «"J '/ '"."»n
Tho now toquJs aie much smaller reason ^ith bmtcr and <=al then acd
than those that wero v.oin dutmg the ! a cupfuI of( "T0"1 C1'™,a' '/ ,yoU. J'a'"
past season 'ihe- mo quite oval in no Cl™m> ^ u] wo W™™* ot floi-r
si ape, fonmng almost a po.nl in <\0nl m Zolf m'lk until Mnootb the.. ~C\ a
At the sides they are close fitting, .nd , ,r,'pfUl °f ,n,,k aJ,fl " '" ° ^
in neatly o%eiy instance a loiu l.ue bago; romoTo and sei;r
diapeiy lhat falls over at the back is ,
a distinguishing feature.    All soils of ,' A Tal,le For a p'OT'M K«"»m.
materials from coarbO sliaw to the I Thls tub,0» JbuOLrated j„ ti10 Laches'
fil-uio=t lace will be employed to fa<di- I ^ 0,,f]- ]S for ']l° hQ> 's ,oom Cjefc tuo
ion these modish hats. 1 sll0° boxes at tho shoe store and stand
A cavalier gown composed entirely ! tilcm on cn<1 n llttIc> ^^ "Vlut >hlko
of tiny rod rosebuds is (lie distiuefne a toP lo «° UI'°» tlics0 of !l fal/0 ^J
feature of a new and dress v hat. The! that lhe cntls and od-l's Ml11 P^J^
wide, straight brim is of black chan-| lT° or UnC0 ,ricll°' °'e' tho I,0vt's
lillv lace, the finelv sealloptd edge of J ho top sllolI,(1 ,irne a "^l.mpiil.ir
the lace falling on- ' P^ie of ch.U. gu en < loth f Hied to it n.
but at the same tune ono must not
draw or pull the woik, or it will look
mic\ en J he beginner will find the
pioces^ desciibed for working with the
pasteboaid nicle a somewhat easier
one than that of working on a cushion
and using pins for the leison that
the threads aie hold pcifeclly hrm by
the machine stitches until it is desired
11 e u s f r 0 m
fario, through
t h e Jewcleia'
Vi Milai, tn.it
th .; le.iil.v ele-
t. 1 it . .id beautiful ii'ig model has taken on
new    hie    and
0 :i j 0 j s the
giealest papula' iiy theie     It is, however, "a jour"
01 m openwork, distinguished from
the old stjle holid mass of btoncs. A
s iperb e.v.unplc is shown. It is of
ch ised matt gold, framed with diamonds, and picserts m its center ii
bculifnl design enriched with a large
<"p.J and two 1 uhies.
party,   whnh    holds    n     1
pouci,  l.s ilue in nn si itl|
tho \otes  of  the woikn,.'
Austiuha       Tb<n    j,lUi
fi-fuichised    long     win n    il
elections   took   place    |,i t
dully oig,im/cd  ami 1 m' Ii  -
polled  .,    1 up.   j„ 1  , u:.,
total   \o(c
nit' , f°'*. lhA}f(*rt.'''.Kiivc ins-■;ihstat?MK8S^E
lief.; four boui^c,iUrel>:.cUW(i|W.;.^{pSHpi
:'i;iie ;clefeat"'bf./;th("'::VuSiraian-!;^^feij(S
in.nit in   siv.is
A   liouiac I»uo   t,»    lin|iur.i    lilio.l li
Had    blood   is   Hi.' one gr  it   -
Of had conijih \ nn end hlolcln v^
'fins   is   win     .voti inns'    iii^i-.,
uouhlo   thitiuuh   tii"   blood «<
Williams'     I'mk   V,\\-      \il    1 i>
boils,     uleeis,    jiiinpk     and   \>
aie  the  dncci    iinnnst ik ih'i 1
weak   blood    loaded   with   11 u   ■
Ur    Uillmms   I'mk   Pills  1 inif,i.t
the poison, tluj dn\e out .>ll tl>
puntios,  the\ .iciuain  inakt n »
led   blood,    tho£   stnke   i.^at   '«.
loot of all  f ombleMon  lioiibli'- -
aie a posit i\e and ptini.in< i.' i
vill vnulent skin tliaeas' s liki  1
FT(>-t   ..T. ,1    i,     .       . I scrofula,       rumples    and      in-   ,
'ho ?emr;     .    "   1';",D,"inw  n<>0'»-    They «,ve a 01, .1 clea., clean sod
O.J      1       F ,   [lmC °f lh° (J"linff room     ficu tiom nil  blemish and 1.11. ..   '
-ou.d not  be as b^b as that in  the   health      Mr    Matthew   Cook   I'
nmg 100ms of the house.   I'eoplo lose    ton, N   \v   T . tells how  I)i   « '
no 1 elish lor their food aa, much when    I'mk   Pills    cured   him   of
t So   fashionable   n   ostrich   plumage I "" —',' ^w„    ,' ,    ^J ul ^ !\( J,"
that ,n some casts it forms almost the - *s 01   mo.e ol   the  wood    o sh.V
entire   h<if       \    .>     i«i      „ r.i   ,   .      , "J"
entire hat. A model of ine h'\iutj
had tho entire Cf.wn ot ji.'le pmk ostrich feathers, with the wide, straight
brim of ci earn laoe
The violet hat is included m almost
every spimg outfit.
about   the   cloth
Bnlicd   EfcarH   mid  Cliee«e.
Stamp out rounds of .bread, spread
with butter and cover with thin. slicea
of cheese. Arrange in a baking, dish-
one that can he sent to the la
ferred—break   a   fresh  egg' cvct-
round of broad and cheese, tlmst -vi'lb
salt and paprika and set in  1 ho 0ven
until the eggs are cooked to hrnle.
I "o^v to  Ko,..„a  Clem,   Spori-e.
. Everybody may secure a cleanspnnge
by rinsing it w-i,enevcr it feds slicky
mul slimy in a quart, of hoi; water with
a tahlospoonful of salt. <;jV(. scvriJ
applications of cold rain wafer and di'v
i» be open air. Soap s!loIl!|] )U)t ^
nibbed on a sponge, whicli should be
washed daily in clear water an,.,. uso"
Siuisntro  H«»!Im. i
Sausage rolls are a'-, favorite  in,our.{
family these   crisp ...mornings,   says  a j
Good Housekeeping correspondent.-'.Try !
my recipe: Make a rich biscuit dougii
with milk and cream, roll thin and cut
with a  largo'cooky cutter.    Have tho
fried sausage, in links, hot; roll one link
in each disk,''of dough,, pinch ends together and bake in a quick oven.  Serve 1
-on hot platter,  pouring gravy around '
them when sent to the table.   ,
A  I'oliiter  on   I'mneii. 1
'   Don't   order   primes   of   the   grocer
boy (When ho can's for ordns and then
cook any old thing-lie'deliver,
It b
M\MM> Till: IIlAVMWmiv Ol    UU. WIIKUti
to lip the toniilo'.ed v, hoi I off while
th.- pins might pussibi' I e pulled out
hj one A\ho is not anusloinfd to this
\\e.i\iiig mild' ami our the bpoke
t'lie.uls in ha ,kt t ! tslnon
Hia/ihan point t 111 he used in dozens
of wajs as I iih\ woik d<i oration and
dio-,s tiiiiiming 'ih- -, heels when
made of 1111 ea li.i e id launder be nit11 til-
li, Iiciko die ineili'iit for tiiinnimg
law n or (hambi.iy diesses for little
'I lie wheels ninv also be buttonholed
on coane lint 11 <an\as or butchers'
linen foi flic dec oi alien of shut waists.
— I)0<-lgti0!
they are compelled to eat in an overheated 100m as when it is not ventilated propcily.   Probably the majority
01   people would  name 70 degreeB  1\
the proper heat for the room, but this
1-1 much too high    An authority In these
malleis sajs. "IIn\o the room neither
too cold nor too warm.    The tempcra-
1 m g should  no\er exceed GO degrees
.The-dining room should be well aired
I,< lore dinner commences."   Ihoscwho
have suffered from the discomforts of
/ 11 ovmheated mom are likely to agree
\..!h   this   authonty   after   making   a
tiiil of different  temperaturca.    Serv-
mits  should   he  insliuctod  (0  air  the
loom    thoioughly   just   before   dinner
nnd lower or i.-iise the temperature, as
the case may he, until tho proper heat
is obtained
• -i i.
. z&rftfyi
'1 -thefl
' ->rv  tV
' "'ffoin
7 derei
^> ,time
"S <
X   %
s ;thej
r peat
a hoy's ifAMjy 'i a ma:
best to select them yourself tbe first    stained'a cherry color jf desired     tu
time or two; then after awhile the gro-    interiors  of the ho ^  .„e  , ow fn
cor will  learn  what you mean  when I fiL^l   with   a   i^ber   of 'Vra^
jou say, "Bring ine some more of thus...
.nice prunes.'.'
BrriH.s Ilt'd* anil Draftn.
The objection to brass or iron beds
■ that drafts arc noticeable is overcome
by the use of dainty curtains at the
head. In hospitals .squares of heavy,
pique tied by tapes at the corners to
the uprights of the bed are laundered
wetikiy with the other bed linen.—I'il- J
Kl'itu. '
drawer '-pulls" being placed upon tin
front of tlic-.se and tho whole front and
sides of the boxes being slained tiie
same color as the top. This will m;,i.-0
a hue writing.or reading table, and the
drawers will be most convenient for
holding, the hoy's treasures-writ;„..
material, "collections" of this (1,.,'t
and the other tiling, his camera and
photographic material. Oh, them will
be plenty Gf things to put into those
drawers! •      .
D«e«rr.(!t't:   N.oiciH.
A pioity lamp si 'ido tonsists of thin,
Iraiishin nt 1 in.in.i' of mother ol peai 1
sot ail 1 1  (he lashion 0/ le ided gla s.
Hall binfei... glow mo-o do(oiati\e
e.uh 3'eai and (ome in ,111 tnd!e->s \.i-
nelj >So also do lainji shades and
I'i oily hide wi ought iron biaiketsin
I'iinIi Ioii'm   KcIiocm.
The tin ban in 1 at hor .small, close
titling foi in is especially appro\cd
'J lie tiitoriie or contiiient.il, also In
small olieets, is a fashionable shape for
the street hat.
Dullness of finish Is showui upon
some new satin foulards and Upon
many popular suit talietas.
With a little line, muslin and some
hits of embroidery and hico deft needlewomen are carrying on the homo
fad of making their own dainty stocks,
collars and culfs
In hair ornaments,bandeaux,wreaths
after medicines had failed.   1^ s  J
3fy skin  was inflamed, mj   lit.-'11 |
tendei   and  sore,  my bead  aih"l   f  .^r^K'i
tongue was  coated,  I bad  chill- -K-. ""^^'i
and   thought   1   was   taking  leur  y   "   '"■*'  *
tned   se\eia.l   medicines,   but  ru
helped   me   until  I  began   usipl,
Wiliums'    I'nik    1'ills  and    th >m
tiouhlo   irom my .systtsn,   and  J
now 111 the best   of   health     1    ■
these  pills   the   best  inedii an   111
woild  lor  blood  tioubles'
Jt  is  .111   i'\"iv  clay  lefoid  ni i
like    this    that    has    gnen    I''    tt K
hams'   I'mk    Pills   their    wniV'   ,K
pi ominence     'I hey   cme   whni   >'    f
medicines  fail,   but j ou must   i'<' !
genu 1 no    with    the    full    nun      ''
Williams'   Pink   Pills  for  Pal-   I'1 '■
on    the   wrapper    around   iu  ^  'i)X
"^'ou  can   got  tnese  julls  at  all il'
gists or by  mail  .it r>0 ccits .1
or   six  boxes   for   $12 ,*50     b\
The     Ih.     Williams'     Jledu
UiockviIIe,   Out.
bos. fc||
.,;.■ zzuA.
i»i'(.W-iiitj    ■
J ast year .")00,000,0(iO bit   "I 1
bei     was    o.vfioi ted   from   tin    •'"
foast    ot   Auieriia,   and   dot) "Oil'
feet  sent   (o    the    e.istein    slid-
1 r 111.
Venetian sh !e <t,mt. ffM. the so w, ,, f' 'J ' " ^"'"^'"^.^"^aux.wt oaths
«,n   «'l.ale,n,,t   id,,   S(.MJI1,,  „,S   ,^ J°'     ou[M"fnee a dainty wreath or
hoahi                                  im,  a,   now01 cluster of blossoms tucked behind the
''"■"I fnng 's ,n all «,.n .  „,.i .... T. 'S "^T^ ;iI1(i 'ovcly.
Lead fringes in all colors are sold by
lie .yard for the decoration of lamp
shados-in fact, beads are very popular
un:; season for decorative purposes and
h>-c shown in many styles.
VAy handsome lamps, low and squat
n shape, are made of glass of a rasp-
rt would be hai(,l to find a modish
maid or matron who does not exhibit
in her wardrobe some example of that
Kussian cross stitch decoration for
which there is a veritable craze.
It is expocled that wilh dressy light
shades of cloth, in fawns, grajs, elec
fftuscuKar    Rheumatism,   i>r;
ducod   l)y   ovpoiuro   if   ncRlcitcd    clo*«IoP*
inio    tlif   ilnornc   foun   wltli   iilnii'1'''   "
tiw'.hlo   ruindity      South   Ainoi " mi Idi»-
nn'ii    I'mo   ih   11   quick-iicliii£,    -«'»   "'.
[>'o   and   liaimlOHH   cuie,   acts   ci 1 ■ «-<■ <-1 v   l
Hi"   systu„,     not    a   liniment    to   '^''^l
iuily   di'iuieii    pain        An   lnlonial     l"'
mi-it     tliat     wj||     absolutolv    ""is   "'"'
iiiiitc   foiins   in   fiom   ono   to   I lnu   lluJ
'1 he    UrnU tl     Kingdom   h 1
0(io <-h((p   |.'i,inc(.-2oition nun
tine,   71 ()()() not)
,   inj;
- hi
. ri
«yyyM AZAAA711 z rrr:;«^^^
Minard's Liniment is used by Plij siiJ"<-
One  is as  often  dupeiTh.s   dill d n
-'is  by coiifitlencc.
Ur.    .,„.      • ,   v'"1'-1     '"      IO        (   VC   Ills
he retained, and \ery good ni>w8 it is.   de,..,,,.',
What   we    icgaicl  at   the  fin"
great        f.it.isliophe       m.n
through     (he     light     01      nib > " '
1 Vl 1111*    tin 11   out    In   be   a   Id.       "
^zymmmm, NGER v
sease Mi
' Along tbe
% '«japan, ii'an «.»■ — WOV!,hi^ ,n
S"        one of^e »««- c      '^,rf.u c of the
the world.    T "(»l uu
B\7red road of .Nikko, In
i Vni.mit vh'-h centers
idol about v.
,js  wor»iiiPs
Cnl>S"«*t  I'or tlir-  Clmfliipr Pish   Oniflt.
Iu<li\f<iunl   HreiiKfust   !?«•!.
An   occasional   indulgence   m   some,
new artifle for the tab!'- or the home j    ,  ,
adds zest to housekeeping and  keeps , e,. nn
up   o^e's   interest  while  attending  to  *">d '
many tedious and irksome duties, mi-- j
gests the Boston Cooking School Magazine in illustrating some of these.
A chafing dish cabinet u a convenience in any home where chafing dish
cookery is often indultrod in, but it
will be. found of especial delight to
the bachelor, man' or maid, whoso
house furnishings in the way of buffet
l"l,Al y'$m^^m-\^yinnAAd - with ^rehg or
{!V''':^'^^^m &Mii.h-dapib:ni"'ve',;e:ve
ronchaiss  and  Pneumonia—Enormous demand for
'•■■.■Vii; axCi'lleiit.; ,\vay'-'' to- -.pcev
.i;,(.t.'!.,<• r .h.i.iw.i', froi.n .y.pi,,;.t.t ing .A- .1 .■>;,-
j t.. wi.'l I' wi th, fresh -Ja 'rd, 'VA-ohA'A
ever, l.iVyi-n' AA7, ■'■ i1;n.n.;n'!ie''■ia-r.d''.;
grease: t,'ii.u';',bbw'i;-',.iii.sidi>,:.ii.i,iii.' o.i.j.1,;;
p.is';lung;as;;i hi'''wpoil vill,. a!.w(>';;b
1,1 aril, - which - wi 1 i' usually'lkr   a:;' .1
^eu'pi'ulv;'''';--.''';':;''''-''.■■:■■ :''-■'■'.,■.■;  ■   7i-'':Z:7. . V'.
"-, V'i'.sS/.'Is  i'ui"-hi;)
g',.. mi lie
i,i:; bi:
smooth 'soldered
ui;;, is.'
II.-1 VI
Se.'iiiis -'covered;-.
t o'-'' p'i
e vein
idilging; of;' b^cti'
t- i a
h breakdown
He orders this
j| crand old famby medicine.
"      " V ir mire th in M ; sirs I have ii?ed Ayer*!
RiriRp mil i l:i my f i.-nily    It la aRrandtonle
There   is   scarcely   a   home   Vhcio   times would spit up blood.    We had
theie is not   soni.i   one   solium.-;   liom
throat! 'or., lung, troubles'. "AZ1'. 7 ■.'■"
'. 1 n"toflices, stp'/.es.'..■.antl-';factoides. the
stall, are .greatly .-re'clueed'...Tiie . ' sud'--'.
den' changes in Temperature' 'are-, ii.ore
thaii peoples can stand.;;- ; Everywiivii-e
you hear people .coUgiiing.;: "]■; 7,7- ■"vv:''-:
•- Preyious:;'; expei-ieacc!;,,;'has. ..taught
rriosty people ■for; tbesc''niby'ents"i;iiere,i
about given up all hopes of hfs recovery, when 1 heard of Dr. Chaso'a
Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine.
Aftfr using one bottle thero was a
gi f e t change in his condition, and 1
tan positively say that he was completely cund by two bottles, and
l.i'   has   not been  ttoublcd  since.      I
1 Cotton-seed :
i results ;';v\vhoh ■
]"w'-'ith,"hny':bi hi
i.age,..is. cooling
laehlV.w'iil .give^vbv
■ ifiM.'l■",;\v.j.;'i;'tVj'■■j.jila'g!'!' -I
i' feed,';jieevi;u;i<'""thi''
..;;iih1": .sellii-1:i,N';i.ti ve
ti'i.i(ls;t i)  keeti.';Lh(.;.;<iigi»sl At .isyfti e
gpod^coiKlilioiiV;;   --.v. ''■'' ' ■','•;. .] ; ■'    ,;
5 at i.l tl i'?-i Aiul .i im iiiii-rful raealclne lor lm-
5 \ sip b'.ua "--11. C. L1oi.r, Wott IlaTen, Conn.
' £1 '0 a I il'ln. J C ATKRC"
.' All (Imi  .<■•». S^^ Lowell,   Ms.
Keep tho toowols regular with Ayer a
P»ls,   Juss   o:ia   Pill   oach   night,
A; ;"sy.st«:-iK b\M" '"
ill  -their] 'ijca.
gi-.i id. ''fircs'Ai^B^,
"larefn! innid you. about the
'% • ne said to her. Hut nevei'lhe-
?"-l,en he lemrned home he found
be had taken ia a bad rupee
He could hard!> sleep that ni^kt
Jgbe and bOirow. In the niori.ing
SSse o ii i>. niul, determined to get
^%f%?thelb'.ui iuhoe, h" set out through
0 Siven    -<s -VrWtSv.i    Soon he met a boy
reii,;!' :h,"su. r
eetine.it shop of AHV     t-Vh was  a
'afvendei >    'N\«H. take this rupee.
s; (Ik
hhop and Miend a pice for
eel meats
imav keep; l ^"m- li"- v ""r,rt°
ijsrfe'bo)- uepai'.eu menily and m a
'^iilitovaido leiuined  with   bis   moulh
ii«?y;Wa,"do jou f,-. . -
L'WJffw&Rl.v vtid the man as he icuntc-d it
make no examination of
Tm\^AmmiaMa 7 t»><A-e:v.' '.The ,sw;e
'gf^f^^^^May keep-IV want'the,chat
ry^in^|8H^;:iioKdeparted aneri-ily ,a
:-7-.A,,z~ :.;:'MBftspviii-io:a-eturnCd. with,;his
i-ZMy<.rrA.^zM^m^i^'-:iZ-:'^ ■:■:■     'ii'ZZAi'"-:-
lAiMigSo you got the change without trou-
•^   n.'  i'.-"L V^Aiidld'd AU make no c
• iimi..' n  -lA'tiWoh; said the hoy, 'I didn't ro aa
'    ' -rS$&&M^:   lsottbeswceiinoatyit
- ^Bali&m'i, shop1'-Loudon Modem So-
CfiAri.NO ius>ii cabini:t.
and storage elos"t aie limited. In designing the cabinet tho architect planned that every available inch of space
bo made useful. The doors are admirably adapted to carry out this idea,
the shelves with which they are fitted
being perforated wiili holes of suitable sizi>s to hold the bottles of condiments so necessary to a complete chafing dish outfit. When thc doors aro
closed all lood supplies are shut out
from sight and from floating dust.
The    individual    brciktot    service
comes in pretty but metpeiiMvc china-
ware or in ware "costly as thy purse
can  buy."    A  veritable boon  is  this
service to the hostess discommoded by
the presence of a guest at the necessarily early family breakfast.   Hare is
the guest or member of a family who
would not fool himself flattered to be
told on retiring that-when  bie-tkfast
amis leady it would be served, hi his
room or In thc adjoining den or oven
in  tho   serving   room,   carefully   aired
for the occasion.    Who would not ne
glad   to   escape   attendance   v. lien  the
children  are bolus  started   for ^'hool
and the adults to town?    Who wishes
' to hoar or have others hoar tho admonitions to Jane or the commissions to
John that must bo attended to the instant be arrives in town?    If the individual breakfast service will simplify
matters, by all means lot us'have it
,    ,,.,,) '. p .', '. ' never   saw   rnuihcinc   tako   such   quick
is no treatm-nt v>  piAmpt  • " ' "   Z u,^.^    a»d   can   smceiely   recommend
tivc as Dr   Chase's Symp ot  Lim-u-d       >f
and  Turpci.tme.    .Iu-t nuvv   the sil.s'"-
family   medicine ,arc
of   this    great
enonnus. ,,,^-T-m-iv
11KS      J      PROVOST.      IIKMM--W.
states     mv —"Mv     fourtoen-ycar-old
boy had Ii veiy sev.ae cold '.'' ^J ! the'portrait and signature of llr. A.
chest last winter and i -^.'^Uy Chase the famous receipt book
thought   he    was_   fioin>r Jf ,^}';nlI10 jauthor are on every bottle.
Dr.   Chase's   Syrup   of   Linseed   and
Tut pontine,  25 cents a  bottle, famiiy
q/f  fthit'e  times as much),   GO  cents J
at all dc-alms, or Edmans>on, Iia,tes &
Co.,  Toronto. j
To   protect you  against  imitations j
.,1'iivij,': t-lii'" '■ (li:ri;fii iv;t-;"'iiirguu'i; '"'iitVo;1 v'Vn;
)iH;U-i('iil,'■".\voi'l>'i'ii'!'» ; ,i:i   ..t'llii,.-   aiur\;<if.i-pti.vfe;
/.''Jii'jis'i/'w^Pii   l.h.'.v   lili'.l; a" |iaticiit./6.iiii'i:.'-i'.;.
,fi;.0'jiiv.;" ^t:pii-af;lii,c '■;;i!-iy^alUfii.ii-y,."/ iiniS.,.io
lids ^li'.niosi! ;.'t liny-,','ilii u" lir.osefi !)V;.■•■ 'no't hi n.ij
iji-t t ec:; than .'l'uVuielt'&'s "■.•.y-iini-t ■<) ii;('' ;■:■ l'i\)'Z-
| wliicii.i^vi.'ll ;;)ii?;;f.'Juiid ■;,;,i^,ldeH^aihZ nVcd i<-'i'ric
.f.i'al-i ory   oi'iii) ii fi'-'' i r.t o;  ,siijj.ii''':t i o i'i   ii.Viil'  i-':;-
! Slih-it,ig'Viheiii   '.■"■;noi;niul   ai-lion;;   iii \vhi<;h
'-.Ofiiii'liU'on i only;. ;Uiefr'cail'.;[rt!:ti)ri:i'   X,1<'iV
properly J,;' •■ ;;/';" -:Z»:'" --'i.-: :•■"■-''-^ :i ;■' ;■■
coughed nearly all the tune and som*.
I'oi-Kihon.ths.-' '  v.
•; iii; ;hP.V plidfi'ana ci'.• ;.:.c^
ceepiirdliantly  clean
Pluto's   Sc-liomo.
as Mr. Stit'.'ter. a London jewel-
i|itir,i    lll.io.
' ' Jreri#ho vas mshumental in e\-poanf4
: Z ^tbel'nototious ihut.i. v-i.o claimed to
'' '-''liave discovered the plukisnpl.ei's stone.
'' '' Z -rHl3iinethod consisted m having a ha?
Cd££gbld dmt (oineiled up h'n sh
'   '/.'ffopi whuh,  by an  lm/omous
„^w f a,e .was.able to snueeze tlie pow-
iimst   :»'t.'h{J'i.f^#|p^l uiotai unnotjeed into .tlie .crucible
iitoo'cl 'wi'h'i lifiiiyiLl
mi hiouhyAmxmtvamz
""",«,;;;=-8^x)jw.ais lueans he was able, to ,melt a
■i-,- au ; bH>'ril|||^|greign ianil;produce,.:three or four
les  arut'i'a!o:,f|»p|||g|s its', weight in ilietah    ";■■
stakaii^'iv^ps^^ .,.'.. ..-•/...::;;; ...■'...--■ ;    : ; -
vvvl.h;'hiil,ilin;..|^^^^^s.t._YV.di.,:/gnoii • bye,., (.hi chap;-
^l-Hs- coiKpicr !^g|^jMaOij-ou'v.'.'-really..: got A 'very, ■ijice.
'0 out till tlie;^|;^£p|i^^^.'-l;illOt.N.r,iM-eV . 'lV«.">st-^-V(|s.." but it's
y'niakiriicwaj-^lllgg^r' bare   dust ■•ho3w;.    .f- lipiie  the
■ike   id-h.Utp^|p
in, troubles; «:'fei;^galS
'wflI huvi.' gro.wn wiien v;uu, come
Ui,.ti'ouldes;«;|-|^p^; klid  ,„:,„_. "; - ;     .' , ...
iriaaii«n't..i;urt'.;-g;|g-|^^^'- -.      ,.-_:—■ ,,   '. -.-—'—-] ■'-■ '■';-■:'■>    ^-
ases. like iH^I^-Mll^l^ii i!|'cKs:-ruiN'-siii.''i':i.i:i wait fiN
and 4-M-vsi!.;:pi^^Ml?tU'<:'l'l''ilC".-7-;'fii .lia.'V'c (be siomiii'li 'well
• ■■' ,.n-,T« y'MTiy^i&Msr: ■luiv,' 'ah,' ii'ci:v.»i|-.s:„ hvsUmii -vv-cit-
..- cle>u^hU'v''ia3Ssli^^»■■.iln'm.-iiU' are tiio .di^'suv.'. •>r-iu^;
and'fuH 01 [-SSSj^pJWg,,,,,,.-. ,,, s.-nsirivi' :uv'■tlu'w' 1'ha.l -rtt-
v Cook LiH^M|®&pSpli'-''i1'' <-liai)K'-« ' 'd'.-i't' "'.tlH'ii.i.: .Ahcn
Z n . H',-i'prfe-^s^t'He5iS.'U.'i.-iiiiu'-.di.siil-rioi^i'd .no l>ol.ier rci;ii-
.0V^Dr.»!!/'H;^^$£i5f. .is ■.(M-iH-iifi.Udi. Hum ■ I'anneU-o-H
in; of:,cr;\Sip'»'^i^^l0^t'-.\h](: .rills, ri'hoy'.will uss.ist: tin1 dp
"ailed ' Ilo M^f^flipg&Sk'n'^1 tliaf the.h.oiiriy oii.tiM- will suf:-
'■, ' ,i ,.i, ^l£tlffsS»a8Jwii<' 'iMi-'oiivi'riii'ia'i' and will (H-iive all
Hi; my-ncs.i'.p^^|MMiellt., ()f■ ),is a0od. '-  ■'■■     '
bend'acheil;::|ft^|^ffi ■:;';, ■■___—;   . ■ .■ .  ■    ^ .. i   ;,■■
Pictorc^fiue   nnd    Modish    lattlc
ftilrs—Tlit- Cut and Color.
Puce color, that delightful old world
tone, has been revived    It is a success
wheie the wearer can live up to  ail
the  requirements  of  so  distinctive  a
hue, and it call* up quaint virions of
Louis  XVI,  coats  in  velvet  or  cloth,
enhanced with sleeve ruilles and jabota
of old lace     Such a vision is materialized here In tlie sketch of an early
spring   coat.     ]Embroidered   cloth   applique  picked  out  with  gold  relieves
the severity of coat outlines, and tlie
deep cuffs with wide hiee rutlles and
the Louis jabot add a further sol'ten-
In^ grace.
The bolero pictured is more than
half pelerine, a modish little hybrid
affair suitable to cither cloth or velvet,
and open to any amount of extianeous
Tho last word in regard io coats
comprises   a   three-quarter   sack,   set
■",:jfbllinva.y's "Corn 'Cure;':is the•;modi(.-.uic
io' imuovo 1)1,1 kinds ;of;coi-iis ;\zvl;Av,:irp.
iXud •■'o.i'd.v-v' costs', tlUV.-.-P.ina) I ■;'?,!!!■" AiA^-.Ar.
liVo .cents.. ■•;:•-,}[,. "Z.ii.::i"ii ''Zi ''■ ;..'' [i.ZZZ'Z ■':■■;..
::;'-.lfcir't;y'::'di-ojVs';ai-e '0<;jimi;^to;|^
'spoon'i'Vil:';::...'': ■'Fiuu-v; teasiVhotif.hls'i'^.iivc
- ■ in.k:.';':sp.o.ts '.inay'--lie .removed.,,byl; lay-
in gftlicvC article v,in:^iew' iiiil:k;.'.j.i;.ur' &A
ei'ai"houVs,"before^'hslvin^i'-V :-'\    ;v;:   :;
3.bmp::;-mon, are
"so:..ivicek:-:t\iAz 1 e.vv-l.V, .c..,'Do
;.1:'hht.'they; ai-e'-eyen
honest. ..day's, work.
willing  to
v;If   we  would '■■VcVbk; .back
sti'i'e)- viiii7-  'tbe 'pa'st;; ■iet>i't
ilea vp'ni-J i;o.; -make y goovl
pn'sent.';!;;; ...:';'.: 77 7 7'.. ;■
-with';. ]>
:.be ■oui"
:, A 'colonekinAhnVdJritish .Anny
oil" the 'AxqAA'',---'.iM.000 >av'yoa.i-
tho '; l'-:rciicli, ;■ :;"iC^SD''..;' jiv
'liaii,;■•■;!:26,0.'■'■'■v;'v..  ;; :.y;7'":',.:
Do  Not Wait
for   Sickness,
x-ru not wait until your good?
health is impaired, but take steps
to keep it up to the mark. Remember that ailments, apparently
trifling, may very soon develop
into serious diseases.
Do not hesitate to take
; :Eifty':;;yeai-s!;: agb' v't.he ,..lni?.it|:1>.1;/,"'
ho.w Jibe■■- iieight:"aveiinges:;Tt-piii:
Ginv,to;':5ft.;10hi..,;,'"'. :.?%ZzZ Zi'Zr;
m J.Mjortier LiD_
No niatier.'where you ltd ■in-lib'iidoii'
you vVill hear <, the .'sScoitislv tongue.-.It.
is .not -c)ften -the Doric;, Init tliatvah-;
ence pi". Cockney. inahnerisnisj in pronunciation ;that makes you recognize.
the man  fronnbeypnd the Tweed.77,
;: He :,is hhppy ..' wbos
suit Ins' temper;; lim
cellent who vcan ;suit,
an'S'1. circ-mii'-stances,    ■■
>'" ■circumstances
he   is.  iviore   ex-
"h'is ,t.eiii|i'.'i-    to
,. f'otatoes,, fro Vii ;,Uie, \yoi-J<i:ys"gi-ea't6s,t'
single ci-op;- ';4,(iOChbb(.i.<}Ui:i,';:v j.ViisiielW
.jeingtviM-oiluceii; 7 annual ly;. , ;rniiiH ;-is
eqtia 1; in-bullv V eg; the; en iire:com:: i-riJi-i;;
;. Tliei-e is an IndiaiiTi'auviiig, School
in the I'Viited'States which.dtas 1 ,'0C1.7
.pupil's.'' SeVeniy-seveii. tribes are .:re|''-
''rekentetl. Ike Se.n'ocas-loading iirViViui.i-
hie'r; ■ ;';7i-': ;. "'.'.'''"J    .'.';:''; "■'■''   ''/';   ' '-.'.
A  nian's  good   bi-obding  is  the
'Vsecui'i t;y. aga inst,   anot hey; mnii';.
inaivners. ■ -7 '
.„ ■ ,'P^»
•cin'iis ^feiiir*"
. ....^  . ~   p^gi^^oo ' maiiv' men ' spend- their   money
akirig'.fever.Si^iP|Hv, (h,.v  get  it.   '■ '      '��'      '.■■■■■
is,  butnA^Z^^m   ;    _■;;'■' ■ -    - -■■  ;■■     : ;;
!E^n'.;.iisit.i!,' l;.;;.jS^^^^.,.'r.AaM--Kc-i.ii-y Spiv)) (a powilci-), t«
and ';■ drovi; l'.':L.f:?S.}J!^w&!i' wniilcns , ;Vnd- llo.tnud.s,—--vnulll; liko
.._.     ::.....   rv'-lSftftWiSs.. .'■•..■■■     ■■■.- ■ .    ;\-2
em, and nS^gf. ■
lealfh.' .Lili-r';rt#3?S|g,.
medicine iii'^'^ipikiy   .
bics.-" :.  ', ■ ^Ullllif'y v-']
record of ^''''SSlISs1^-'"'
given. lh-iAM^m-'
eir   ^vorM-^^^h
fail   t o .n
know  ••
alize '.l.hii.t.:"s6,n'io
is' I it tie -as .'■ theii
my.  :i
u; intisl. (Tl>t-t.'":|?s|:s:%^'»|ildii,'l
1    naiiic   ■'''■Ir-P^!^|gfihn.
or. I'a if AAi7ZmZ^:
nd "(.■very ■hov^,:,^^^Moi he<
1 iiuui .expri'.ses-
die for a Woman
take    hi ■ wnsiting
w 11 o
nd 'everv ■ti<'vr.'--'^^Wlol,"'r (;i'iv'"-: Wimu' ;i:,viri-iniiuii o''
i ''��.' n" rif;„.'.fci'i;^%'!dbt's n.a ■r.'fiii'irO ailf.' .llolp-of .im.v i.uriia'-.
Is at all «"'■-B^^S^'tilv.'. in.'dicii,.'  m '<'„„M.i,.'t'.. ■i)il! ■I'iiri'/nue
0   CCUltS  a  llOVfejl^afeil. a   trial   iti'id. he ranvini'i'd.
3,  by y'^-tasfjjpl        '     ~~ :—~ '■■■'■
Medicine  '('1'^-^^^ffhe   grealosl.    iia|ipinoss    lhat    this
■        i:v;s;Sg|\vorld  can   eiv.'  is 'obtained    bv  uiiik-
■> '•■JJAisys iiohb ox lifk.
'rive,little ones are..frgil—their hold
on, life is .slight. .The'slightest symp-
;,toln of trouble should be met' by' a
reliable corrective ,medicine; Baby's
Own Tablets- have/proved by, their
l'ecord of, success to.be an idealiucdi-
cine for the. ills'of infants and young
children.' The.'Tablets cure all .stoin-
ach: aiid - bowel'- troubles, allay \ he i r-
ritat.ion .of teothing,. ljreak up cciiti.i,
prevent . .ci-oup- anil ■ ties troy. vvoriiVs.
The mo ther Z ha s.;... a gua ranted": that'
this medicine 'Contains no opiate, or
harmful drug. -Mrs; T. '"E. Greaves,
Maritaiia, C'Ue.v, says:—"I have. Used
Baby's Own'Tablets with great;.success. "They aievcr fail, in ai,y expori-
eiice, ' to cure the. little ills o'f
tire a" ^"ou 'get,, these
any medicine -dealer,,;, or they; Will be
sent by mail at 25 cents a box by
■vyriting- thc Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Brockviile,, Ont.,   y   :    .'■   ■    ';    "''
,'■ '-\Vct -g-rouiuis'' is lvecoiiiing ."the fa-
iniliar. announcement : from soutiiorn
ball holds. The .I'Uissians report s'nni-
iar conditions jin;t outsid,
. -ijiur.'
Tablcts   froiu
iU..)S ■■■&
,1 tine
Onlv-.riian clogs .his huiM>iness with
; care, 'dest coving "wiVai is.with the
!thouglit;'of whaf.nvay ;be. ■ ;;
on tlie first appearance of any dis-
tressmg symptoms. They will do
more to establish and maintain
your p-eneral health than any othex
mcaiis you can employ.    For a
Gluggish Liver,
Less of Appetite,
ard the depressing nervous conditions that arise from these
troubles, there is no more reliable
lemedy than
Port "V,{\
is. my  ■ronu'idy   foi... ,
the .pest liniment I have ever used.
; '■'■jH-IJ.W. 'JOS1A11.  IIA'UT.
>;o. success   l:
Si.rs.-r~M i KAUIVS .'i AN LM'E.VUM.unless
colds,   etc.      It    is : and.a
I of
worthy. .of 'the 'Paine
i lis- won 'by. honosi ,r i udiiistry'
b'rave .breasting   of   tlie   wayi;s
fortune.; ;   .■'''     '   ■'•, .■_■■". ''".;,■
Pre pared, orily by Thomas Qcccbam, St.
Helens, EnEland.
Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S.
America.   In boxes. 25 cents.
a an
e.s 'd'lev
,,.than ,
,'s  vvil'i
!  "To    be  ablOv'to  use   the   tongue   llu- j •■'" _ ;             1,.?^,-.,=
k'ntiv i« undoubtiya great- advantage, j Vanity ; ;,puK,u..,,..
jWinanv\cases;'.^^  .
.srlei.it;: i^equally; advantageous.
■spoils',a   liiult,!-
Pou   Ai-
.■'Thc roveiuie of thi; ;Suez .Canal
190:>", amounted to' ,1U2,V)T)7:
francs, 'a' reduction oir the total
1.902. .The 'tol.a.h-tonnage, which pass-
throii^h • the . CaimJ during. . ipd;',
il,i"5(i,28S, of'..which.-' 7,40o.6a:i
'.wore . British. ; These .'.lig'ures
show an 'increase on those, of 1V.'02,
aiid .a.'.very large, part .of tiie .increase
is"(H'ie to .British shipping.,-"  '
Keep Miiiard's Liniment, in the House.
ubmari'ne.s    tire. , LmiVt  of  salVicient.
th   to   per.rnit-'fhenV. .to   sink   to
1;U0 feet,  if .-necessary.-but,
they   seldom   go   as   far   'nest iri'ace.
There arc 6§2!s'i21; w'piiieU; ehipltiy-}
eel ip, the EiigV.ish cptioii^facioi-ies, j
and":i47,l>45 men'.'       ,     ,." . .-■'   |-
'1110 aiew  Glasgow -telephone  service,
has, underground   wires .1.0.5(10 ^ miks
in   length.    It    provides, for    20,000
subscribers'.:       '   '"'■.
SIOO Reward $!00.
.s I re a
a. (li.'ptb o
of   course
iie'ath   the
' In : Budapestli- , ■there'" .
churches iii which divine;
held   in   twelve;'dilYei-eni    h
m ni
■ice,  is.
a iVes.
5n half an Iiour after   Mr.   S.avers took
tho   first  dose  of   Dp.   Agnew's  Curo
.for the Koar-i he >yas  on  tho road   to
pefnanent rcoovory.
"I \vns under treatment with some ol
thc bf-t p!r.'-ltnuis in London (10ng-
land) for what they diagnosed n.s in-
iiiiublo ho nt. tioublo l biilTeied n.i;onics
tin ough p mi-. nhoiiL mv hep.tt. ftuntint;
•-lii'lls^   p.ilmi vtion   nnd   e\ho.ust)on
lIllM I'lllR     I'l.ll
"•rasns  (it   a
As   ft
sti.iw , 1 tiled
learn tli^l
tl.at   ^ >A   l""
^^gK '.'Oirr
i0 feet of af
un   the   V'A.
:1; ■;{00.'.>(ii>,tw,:':; :	
;rn    slates .''';^.^^«|^^l''i)rt.uiiati'  is tju
greatest.    iiappinesS    that
can   give  is 'obtained    bv
>i'l>b.y.      ' ;   ...
■ Ask for Minard's and take no other.
sli-htly full from tho shoulders
in   ono
latism,   pw
lectod. tlo\-*W
111, nlmost •
in.r        unto,   i|in
't.s° directly   o»
lilt     to     «t'»'P^
Interim I ' "'w'
dy   «uro ■;»«;'
to   Uum.'  'WJ'
s t.lie  man  who  can  fof-
;et   lhat.   he   is   married   long  enough
... ..j*?  buik   pleasaui. .when   he.' is    having
£?;|hfe  photogrn|)h   taken.
has .".n.-i'i'11;
') (KM); An:1"'
ic  time a;i •'
av„.    vi.'«■■"'
AzTMi South American Nervine   tones
.^SSli"5 nerves, , stimulates digestion, all ea-
'Wi?»^"Oals to jicrfect health. In no case
^.^fc**8 ila potency been put to severer test
-'?ilSlnn tliaL of W. H. Shermn.ii. ot Morris-
irSu55#*u,'K,- ()»t. Ito savs: "1 way completely
•:l£M3?V. f,lown' nerves nil »Kog, stomach re-
;v^.5e'10" 'O-, sivrlit. of food, mnstant dis-
.V::^gir<'^ nnd, K(.„ern!ly' doldirtated. Four
■fy^€oU]M  """1«>  me  a  well   mnn.-llG
oieeves modeled Chinese-vv .se
w 1 the body, ofseit cloth in some
I "of the now stramro UPP o *w-■
llus,nr blues or thnt mevitahle c-^
olaboratoly I.iK 1 ««t U" "" °'
t0  the  depth  of  o.ditoeu
r., this nancr will bo "pleased to
, , TcatarV U^'s Catarrh
.tnses. ""? l ,lU ' nivc cu-c now known to '.the
Cu« »» ^ °nlyZT Cat.)rrh SclnK a confUtu-
mcdlcal 'r»lcrn">-|l^,lla constitutional treat-
disease, ";ciul.'n-r,. ,.„ ,, taken lniernall>,
ment.    Hall's Catarrt^CuxcJs t^ ^^ Rl]r.
."^llia  vveek
..: ■Sesf-.sj;
■■■■■■";:rt£3   I hen
liiii-i-h df
in   inroiiii
Knghnid    in   Britain
of  about,  ,C2in),OiiO
has    bei'ii    ;i     I n'K  on   beer in
since   the   twelfth   century.
;;;,;; vnti,-oi,,...-. ^£^
ter   invariably   h.ir.nui../-^   *^
cloth. ______————	
For   £i  Urn!••<■. .    ,
Topreventakniiseonteo^h   rem
heeo.n.n.diseoloiedaNd.v  -«   •   '»>
\x (.,oth wi-di.^ out   n.  «'ll7-,ls,ll1t"
!,n   be  home,   eh ,»■,.,.«   ^.^x^
suonas it loses iN heat     U hotvv.     r
„of  to   be   had.   .m..^"^
tlt'iit .strenRlh  by'bullrtliiR:  up       ._
V.nd  nsslstini? nature' In  clolns  Its', work
■.proprietors have ,so much  tultl) tn Its curative
powers,   tbat, ttiey  offer  One   Ilululred  Dollara
tor any-ease that It falls to cure.   Send for Hat
ot testimonials.    Address
■■■F.  J.'CUKNET & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold, by all ilmpslsts, 75c.
Hull's Family1 PiUa'aro the best.
The total . number of registered
.electors in the United Kingdom is
0,822,085. ;
The women of .lapan are now largely implored in telephone and post
otli'ces. and they are' said to be excellent   bookkeepers. /.
Soir.e persons have periodical ..attacks
oi l'ainiilian rholera.' dysi'iiter.v or diuri-
luu'n. nnd' have tn us.e .urent, jirecant ions
l o VivVdil ■ tho disease. l'hani;e of water,
eookiun' and ^rceu- fruit, is sure to liriiej;
on I lie ii tt inks. Ti.< sial) persons \ve
would roeoiiiiiieiiil Ur. .1 . P. K el lop.fi-'s
■PysiMitery". ford inl , as heiiie; l he iiest
medicine iii l lie ' market for nil siinnner
•omplaints. :if a few drops are taken in
w.n'ter' w'lieii Ihe sy'mpimii.s are noticed no
further  .trouble   will   be   experienced.
The frank confession, of' a fault
cip])ha.s.i.ses to ourselves, the necessity
of overcoiniug i',;. add exerts it strong
force; in  that  direction..
Tvow Is- l.iie 'in'"- l*b i,0T y°s'
;md i.iiheroiis begonias; l;se. ..five
six inch pots jicconling , to sixeo
fiulb'    "vSee-.tlmt.   t-be   dra:mayx .is
i s
feet,   anil
rich, a
0.    ,Vi'.:» s   ''Lie  foi    tbe    nZ\\Z
,„st    lottl-    .elided    mo    S"^lj.
uhen    I   had     used    t« o    bo" les    all
smiiiiiohii   of   imj   lieait,   tiouble   had
ine   '—V     UMii..   ColPuKWOod, Ont.
Dr. Agccvv's Ointment Cures L'czcaia.
.Tin?-'' best-
is  in early
aut innn ,.tli<
bill   by .fro,
.time   to   I i-i-.nspl-e.ut    ,'il"
spring;'   b'  t'raii:i]ihini--d i
■v  nn'  liable  to  in
■it .     Pot.-grown   ro
A woiuh-r;
roeia in f
near: ^\iki-u
a   pistol'
echo .<■"■
Cast I.
A   loud
re.!)!'a U
in be heard  in
>    of '"Siind'nett.
noise,   such , ■:'■-
s  sixt v 'times.
! out.
•ilited' with
... ,s credited wi-" 5,000,000
-■;'"Thr, 00,1)00 hectolitres o.
l"..(>    m 'in 1900   in  Africa.
and .ha ppiness a re only to.
in  giving  up  <n,ir  own   will.
; u is
ii'ace  up   and
time   bid ween
Of  th*
five   pet
live parents
are  foreigners-
To   HC...OM-    IMin*    l',om
in order to .eiimve paint from ^vi-
^-^^^^  ^
utos or half »«!»"">■ nuc it a goo ^^  ((M
. „,le of Boston only thirty-
S , ' native born of'na-
Ul,t\;hilesixty-nve per cent.
It.-   veq»'i-es
t o.-iiuik''
pounds of
jioimd   o1
It is said that an Valencia l.ipnci
h.m a sine]) whnh m one \e.ir \ ,eld-
eil t. wo lleeces, one'b.ack tis ink., and
the other as  white as snow
Results from common soaps:
eczema, coarse hands, ragged
clothes,   shrunken    flannels.
set. out  at   any
•earlv  sdimnei
Cuttings- can   still
o'eraniunis.        verbena-. ,
fuchsias,   achaiiias.alint
the  usual   hoiise.  plants,
be soon    budded    oui..
less   trouble'   than   , th
i-Ouli ■Kltl K?< n.-Tn'heaUli
^ we need no friend. IHi L
cud prost'ration come we
.;',;;>■ ei.! irom sympnilx-t ic
.V.- i'.i'iiui^- eiol ■s.'i-Ne us . no
i'. I'ul.biin;. in Ur. 'I homes
ior v-lien the ,<>it is m_ the
lias broueh'. relief
without   it   would    be
Ask for tbe OcViyon ISar
3^=s»   Th0 Lung
^S*-    Tonic
It cures   tho mo«t rtubborn kind
of   coughs   nnd   colas.      n   ic
doesn't   cure you, your ooney
will bo refunded.
Prices- S.C.WrtL9&C0    SOS
2sT. 50c SI    I-oRov.N. V.. TorontOjOvn
inii ilairymcn milk
cows, and produce
dairies c-^.OOO.OO.O
utter  and   che.'Si
'whom  labour   is-unknown
y   the  exipiisite   delight   if
r-o   O
\.'s.',o    ^lOO
bint: w lib a drV (
vm~sr .—: t"*ff?V'r"r:
■^TjsoK-Tsnrarst BBBBI
?'. w"J;J'vi£""''Ac^S
?   . ' '   %j^ '-j-'.«b:w
, ','tV -S/ .
v.' fj»-,"v"i!Sj'&'3
iht.-s jF-rB5ii:iirios. te--l    "l   I   !    '1*     p&J    f  f"      ,-aes
Jio't-.-fi: uiQ'    m'-.'X. *;-.-Ai.Rti ,KS i^fc] .   A-ft
RATUl£l;AY,  MAY  21, iHOi.
»a<ajMmjt3»ciiiBitrcTwt-»im>m yjaw
J        ^rf*-."'r,^''1f*,2!j'<f«'-,*iT!a<s<4«s» ■
Colon11 Loivery tritely s.iy- :' Think j
of    Fernie   and 'thou   till   vour   w it. r j arc ' both in   life   same   bottle.
btrrcl." i'luren'ir.o Cream ij'not univ a remedy
//'Movie;„nfeedsi/avlarger '■'public;Jrinll>
'/.';u,hd needs ig .badly/'■■'■ Tlie .'preseait/one
enlarged or -a-"new one': -built.':. ■A'"". 77
Crpp'b'r'oqk and Fernie will .soon -;"bti
." 'incorporated,, .andv' .then !;wiU'c(mie'
■ the contest for the holding oktbeiifgh
//om^ial/portions'] ii them:   ,•.
■ **n »*»<«'»pi«,
fU'r.:,'.:^'.-.'.'. '/-. ■;''; /// '/:.,": r
: z zZ-'iQUHKED hands ; Toys,-Toilet sets, pocket ■'"    _
buta:tu-evbh!:ativ9,,ind   bi.atit.iie;-.     I'! 'riOOK ■■   h'n^VrcHoo j W.   F     GTJUD,        ,    ,
j.,wbi^,an;d::soten^!i.uakinandt:.!:,,! 'J^SL^^   OXUSheS; j
.■'awft3'-rtny,.-;-r'oug.haess.'  Made, of  pure! ..pevflHlieS,   Col- j
iiigredieh-Lf,    Cannot harm   the   niostj '       C'-'TCP   Etc I       ,{'u>i:rsT'-'«. solicitor, ictc.
delieaie^kih;,//                  '                        ] ^      ""'           ■* |    ■
.   v   :        F,'!C(5 ~r'.'."»<• l^Odn   1'ci-  ISfilllo I
.''■;;-r-v^f|'We^iW                                      reqnudic.4   J\ f^     T^ A\
H.Ct.Ml'IUXI., F. J. S.VIYTH, /j^
Noble Grand. Seci-'j".
Manuiactureis nf and dealerh in ali kinds r ■'  j- ffS.\-L*-Ji^~
'HARVEY,     McCAXtTEHl    %   ™"Z. *\"l**V, Cnmnvn Hoards. Dimension, .' ...j^'''(' p^^
& DUNEAE I    ^ l!"nii,L !Uv'nll0n '° wllo,c"lu a»d ^lail ord, r..   "' ''"'
[   iJatrisb,r,,'Solicitors, Not.uic,  IOte.        ($ H.   CAMERONj   MgT. SK^^
r, -. ,,     «  i   ^^^-<^^^-"C^^S:iSi^4S:^^^^'ts:-.-.^.^^       ffi^^t^
Cranbrook,   -   -    B. n i ■..^^•^■^•^'^•^•^•^•^•^^^^^^V-^4^^^grfe^ii
./-   ;;'   .' The'cde.ven^
:-';,;, J sti^te Fabr. vyilbctppn., this .'''yearCo'ii'^bij-
''...^■■■. lob^rSrd and /close oh .'October 9tfi/
.,",':;/i-^VVrea'cly., tliopiuanageinent;.is:'beginning;
,.,:;;;: to get tilings Jn. shape, ajid thefairdhis';
:; 'year.:p'romisf?a to'.be■. inost.sucscessJii'bm.
■ ;■•■■ ■'its-'hiotorv.,.:.. :v':-;„':.-''.'"      '.■:'- ' '■■'■7'!r,
... ..'foid'&Coj
.^ ,   Z) /ii'
Ii. 0
•as?''. -i*Aw*i
//Aft'-'" ?v -;';TOt
■ '••'.■ :;-■';.":;"Human.tptCp're has :inany;:s,idcFi says
./■':;,//; tin', Hevv. Dihyer'-: Let! |ei;/ Soft,; soap a
| . ; ; /nian'in a,; Jitnvspaper;;; apd ;.,bis'opmtses
■,';.'''•■■ '";;":, will'be long and.. ipudyjii'V; favpr "of-. i(s
]-i- i'/;,' editor...; '"'■•■'J'a. b : the; ;peii; 'pf;.,. truth: ;i if.tp\
'::/'/; "'qfihiat^ii^ ;to .leir^anybody Cvvho/vyill
, ;-/;-;-E:-;,;-,'lJ3,t^u.i.tp,-l)inl.;'-t:hatv.': ■ the .. ed.i'tQ'r.■'■• \s no:
'...;..'-.;i-'.iv;-^gooj-i ancl:tliat. his '-sheet yis'^eb' punk
;,-that he/is afraid;. futri-igation.' wilt-;-'hut'
7 .;;^oxist i'n:6pite,;bf;this;class; of cowardly
Vv-° ;.- back'cappero.'..; >.- 7':']7'Z- ''i'i :Z':; Z7-'i:7y]}"'i
'■ rr——i—:-»-,0"i)-^
;/ ;/Jbbii Houstoni .claim's-that be. is !>e-
;'■; •ingbpyebtted by-a certain'disgruhtled'
..elementvia ■ Nelscfn.    John hits ..a  pet
:; pernsabof,hi^;p;iper,;1,he: ;,Tribuue; will
.shpy.■■■■■■7Cinh p^ominectoiHcial: ih'   that
city is'/t!;ub,bed;a:;'calkli,ug.old;grahuyi'',
, ?-i1otbe:tv;'is,i.;'^9"r.o.;.liea^
/other.a-,^leg j>tiller," snbtber a/'-cfopV.
and so 0,n dbwiitlio line. ■  The ';j?TeV^on;
Scoiibijiist, vyhicii represents tbo ia/otij--
;I|pnstpn fact ion.yis of ;the.,;opinipn;thah
.■'..tli'e-.' "irrep'i-os,3ible/' Jbli'n'.' is/ suffering
/ froip a ■ tepipbrary/t^ien Lai - aberration,
/ind goesbiifb fiay' tliai't.' (Hpl. business
.,'■.'...."'-.i' '-'■ "--•:(,.,. ... , ';-• ■ u.'.....'"'       < ..
men of /JWeltirih. ;hitvev ■/■ Jit lie "'/'.timo/fto
vvasi.e/ thinking;' aJioiit -a ■ ''Poor   old
stranded wreck;"'";-" '"•' 'r: ]]7"7]]7.";;-'': "'■''■' 7°A
3. G
amu 'vtarymi&^jiswjii'Kf,'*
ara1—*!■_■* ■_» m> juk
Cili'.y,/ m
F  *
li v.
Wholesale Wine '
and  Spirit Merchant.
Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.'a ,
-Beer, Ale and Porter.
i i
i ,
,    *■«
T. Label & Co.'s
Hay and Grain,
Schlitz  and Calgary
Cranbrook, p>( c.
n i ft
ft Thirf Hotel is New and well Furnishp,i TAtlStf
8 -Tables are Supplied withl thef Bpi lil#
| • • Market affords. The Bar is Fniefiil^
(|        the Best Brands of Liquor^ and Ci^fc
George H. Thonipson,
Bariilstkr, SoLrciTOHy  y,p
'   ' tary Pani.ic, etc.
CRANBROOK,      British" Cbn-juiiA.
« .vovik - , ,   WsWiffin
JIO.riE'.S  Lhiv^INQ   HOTEL.
IMR-lA0nSL} Prop."
'C^fpftablo/Ttoprasyantl Gfood   Boaid
:... at Bieasopabie;;.Prices.
Foreign and domestic YVinos, liquors
and Cigais.
—:■.—-* o<-
bRANpROOK/. . ./, v-
|^rs^?gl^gs   Aceommo-' %mB
■^/^.datidna^or miners/  'I
The best ofjhccomraodations
for the (raveling public.
P. J. McMalion, Bffgr.
MOYJJ?,,;.;;;';-■        Uriiibh Columbia
Schlitz' Beer, Fernie
Lager and Porter, Bass'
Ale,   Guinness',  Stout.
All mriil orders promptly attended to.
'      .    * CRANBROOK, B. C.
61   HSRR  &-&ROHANT   TAILOR-    ^a^^gsg^gg^c^^^
. Brickhiyeis.iind  brb-i:    niannhictur-.  «j  .   ■■*■.--.-..  -rfj.
trs.;.  Tbey 'inic'iid ptitting ^axarbad ol1 .USf &6f'   SllOO-
bHck.'in    iMoyio   for    iinniedial.o   u.-e
Anyone J-c'juiJ-ing/cbitriiieyti/CJiii  coiii-
fnunicate^iirect or-ieave:;or(ierti at:this
.bfike.    J?rt?bch ranges a .sobc-jalty.,. /■'■
-,/f ES1BT' THOTO; 00;:;"''
.•■'.■■■       . -OivAi;uncos: 'a;;;;1 •aToV'If.;'"'
Queens' Ave.      MOYIE
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trou.-iors;   Imported     Goods.
A (JK.ST  IO'i
and, Bath Rooms,
■'"."■ /.    /In/STONE Building.
rMmtJ^rantrr,,t-a.ii« 'uj.-..
y/Qseph's   Convent.
.'. ' 'KcBid'cnbial   Jo
■slroet.     ■',-.   ' /:::
street.;./        '■  ■
II,QiTses z:A lot on Victoria st.rAit...
"'    Hob-u and Tot/ on   Lake ;":!.1'/:t;
avenue. ' "   .      . /   . '■■ ■'
'  /Business' blnr.!;" '■' en -' ' '7Z ■'/':; //
■'.street..       ■'-. /./  ''.''-,.."■'■
<-(■ -' i  ..  •     '.''.-
■ ■■uooct   ..airy  i'ltt.-.i:; c--.::- ii'Zir i: .'•■.. i,Z
' AliniJui i-.tock,  , -.•'.-',.■
Z777)T?   A 'PZzrp ,      7
■OfiiccrofniiK e:p! lirin.;.. appar'.-
.nu'iits on Yiotoi-ja st.ri?ot, :
IIf>i:!-ee for rent.
We do    " -gciH'ial   co:ii;;,:;c:.iion
budneGs. '     '     .", ■.,■.■
Fzr '~Z'H    (Z1    ("' i ■"■
courses a; .specialty, 2i;:ccl!cnre and
swift progra-i; oiiaracte iise i-ticJi Ao
rartto'e/oc... Pa rentf idiorUl v.-iitc for'
parucuhtr,/ Oa.fe-nsontii .'.-^:yLn ibe
l'':"».'-o tif- tho .t!iofOUg]KlO-3 of tlio
oi.sier.v metbods' of. tf-aclrntj. Tc-rrn.-
|oprrinunco,.ianuarv-; April' and Sept.
i'upiid are .admitted duripL; tenn.
Our ai::> i& io tilpa.'.e n^-or,,;
Goo;]   dr.xfc and   boU!-;d   1 oer ,
nlwayri o:i   ii,.nd.
•'OK .\  EDEfWTADT, prop.
li n A
E. 0
" *   I'  ""IIIIWIIHI.	
?t\ T M'H R
i  \\J
v ?gSy 8
If in need of
. * 1        r' i'-' V !.„. ,  .   ,.>„>„-.
I     ; '     ^      II^^IS
i \     '   • F sS^wSsi
- I J- A io'i    tl^fi
and KITCHEN GOODS in our line      I'aM
Let U3 be irfron: vou.     Wo du our own woik     '] b;-. :-, ovr ~v ir'i  ee tn1 Jt-  v kJ&S
will biivi.Mntisraotion. , S     ■-   -   -
,   , 0RANB.?i00lLJ5. ™
-T*«.* t ■       "it • ij"*™ -r*« ■*
p ^/^r^^^t^x^r^.ir-^j^^
Apply io
r^^^-n ^
fih     >~tZZ'T..
'Ml   HNIj
P. BUTtNo ,v 'GO.'S SHOP.
'i r,'.\- ,      -'fT    T ;  '"-     . r-i
■l -    - ,-,- ■■• .   ■•"";■ ■-■ ,"°   '-i----'-r: -1 ,
1 A R'P v>"v7    7, iVT?17<     >:»   ■ r«  !
-    ,    North /Xtii'dio;::.:.
h-i D.-'.-TPiM Cure' ail ''Heryona? innl
Mu-.ci:l;ti-;].)i;;&ai-;^.   ■ '■'■"
_  if;/ 'VATEBH 'ij-je'iil   ali^Kidney,
>av..r aiid Htomacb Ailmiiiit's.'.
SSXX"ODF?La2;? XjX3?^^3
'auli'DuJuth, lihncappHs,
OHIoago: '
Areated Watera  of oil
Orders Solicited.
Rock Water   and   ypLona.
Mies Share;
vt       (j"i_»»V^I
wr,- »■ »&*i#
Tbo oafost buy of tiio season', and ''jou s.ill do'ibb' joi.r
monoy in tiiroo moullip. Tlio coinpuii ba4o '2 11 inn",
v.-liic.ii {surround ibu .St. J'btj^.'iic i.iliui -tb li~5' t -'ilv *"■
load ;:iinu"<;;)  l\v Aiiicrican < :ui! iijcP1.
'/it "  v^l
rJn+trB*m*r- i.TTATr-K.ir~mv.^.
^ b 9 ^ a E a
TAv aro'p. T?»vp?f:iiT:n« : Rp^cmIv '■ s®-a^'^» Tacoma, Ific'+on'a,'' Poff-
..'I?    :•.   ....J ., •      ... ,  ,      ' '' .""   ■  "J-  • .    ■
■A nn all JCMcumatic Trouble*.
'Box 35.
*rir'rT\s   T>"' ,-,        TEIU5S—JFlb to?!:?: jv::;-; vco!c;  ac-
ai jiil, -'•>-'.   cording to rciideneoin J'lolcd.or Villa.-?.
,      : G3T Y0UE
Fruit, :Tea?0QfF89,.
'ious pcreons in each state   to   travel
for bouse established tsievoa yvars  ami
•With"a. laryc capital, to cal) upon  rrioi'
■■■■shaflta.and agent* lor oucoipssfuil  :uid
provable    lips.    Permanent  engage.   BtO^eiOiB^^ fiYin
:uentl-. Weekly"C;,c!,  ^tlnry  of .$211 w>^vfcpipOri 4-^U
M«d h.U> travel\\r£  o/penci;;   r'sci   bolel'j TlilWel5/8 S-t
bill ad'.'uncsd i:i oa;-b jash'v.'cidi:.    Ex-1 -'..""
perience not' cj^cntial.    ri^r.tion.  re,;-''
'^r«nco tinU eiiclotf|-..8td.f-;uldr(.^scrd cinv,- I
lone.    1JHH   iUTlCJIiAL, ;J32  Dear- j
bcru hft.,Cbica^o. .. ■       ^Al  F. CROoliY. Promklor.
A,:;.n all  pacific c:oAK-Kror:rTs;;'
Through Pulace and Timrist Sleepnrs,
pi'ni'iig and   -BufTot  Smoking  Li-
j; brary Cara.
I if)  Fast   Overland fi
\ ' For Tickets, Bates," Welders' and
j Fail info.r'matijn, call on, or ad—
! -'dref-'s tuy Orrat ITorthern A"f;rj't
;■   or rv'rite °' ■
3. 0. Y.EHXES,.'    ii, BRANDT,
°- w- - • ;^ -c. P. A Tl a,
Seaitlo,        701 W. Riverside Ave
•■Wash, Bnoiaue: Wush.
r/iioi,nsALi5 ahu iieta'tlB'
Frosh. and Cured Meals, Freab" ''
Fish, Guine  uii i   Pouliry,    Vvro
supply  only.   L!iH'  bsrit;     Tour
III   all  tlie   Principal
Cities and}'■ Towns/in
British Ooiuinbia.
\i Treasury Steel Is- Now Selling 3Efi
g BOX 35
•luvir J'
S^&si^^^Sg^S^Sl^SES^^^      '^fZ-^S <j. j-u^
J   1M
iiKKmi i'm limn   tgr-    «n. i. c.*"^*"-
; b c.
li Jf | g F r ^ u
lIjcAD'-iuAirift,,- K(,.y East "oote:v.-jy
auality^not excelled in the country;   Try it arij
foe convinced.
i t^M',
x/i * ^fc4.1


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