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FREE to WOMEN A Large Trial Box and book of in structions absolutely Free and Post paid, enough to prove the value of PaxtineToilet Antiseptic Paxtine is In powder form to dissolve in water— non-poisonous and far superior to liquid antiseptics containing alcohol which irritates inflamed surfaces, and have no cleansing prop erties. The contents of every box makes more Antiseptic Solu tion lasts longer goes further—has more uses in the family and doesmoregood than any antiseptic preparation you can buy. The formula of a noted Boston physician, and used with great success as a Vaginal Wash, forLeucorrhoea, Pelvic Catarrh, Nasal Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts, and all soreness of mucus membrane. In local treatment of female ills Paxtine Is invaluable. Used as a Vaginal "Wash we challonge the world to produce its equal for thoroughness. It is a revelation in cleansing and healing power it kills all germs which cause inflammation and discharges. All leading druggists keep Paxtine price, 50c. abox it yaurs does not, send to us for It. Don't take a substitute—there is nothing like Paxtine. I Write for the Free Box of X*«xtine to-day. B. PAXTON CO., 5 Pope Bldg,, Vwton, Mass- 50,000 AMERICANS WERE WELCOMED TO Western Canada DURING LAST YEAR. jf I They are settled and settling on the Gram and Grazing Lands, and are prosperous and tausfied* Sir Wilfred Lanrier recently said: "Aoewstat ha* risen on the horizon, and it is toward it thai every immisraDt ho leases the land of his ances* tors to come and seek a home for himself Hon turns his gate*'"—Canada. There is Room for Millions^ FREE Homesteads glfea away. Schools, Churches, Railways, Markato, Cllmat* svsr^tfeiiAg'tu be desired. Por a descriptive Atlas and other information. apply to Superintendent I numeration. Ottawa. Can ads. or Huiboiued Canadian Government Agent W. H. Rogers. Box lit. i. l. mm ••a SO.OOO acre. 8. E. SiiWrn BIBB van, choice for cattle and fa HI II wheat (40 bo.) new K. Price MM IV by tiuylDR and bomeiiteadlng WmOMm 1 $3.50(o«, lOyeanitlme. Cheaf txcuraion., map. free. 8etnd|. aaTieft-Caa. LandCo., 17t Waahlngtoa Bt., Chicago. When Answering Advertisements, Kindly Mention This Paper. 8. O. N. U. —MO. 20— 1904^ In time. Sold br dranteta. O N S I O N Resume Washington Notes. Charles W. Johnson of Minnesota has been agreed upon as general sec retary of the Republican national con vention. Judge Goodwin of Aurora, III., has been selected by Postmaster General Payne for the position of assistant attorney general for the postoffice de partment. The secret of Senator Clark's Euro pean trip has leaked out, it being stat ed that when the senator returns he Will bring a bride, she being Miss Anna La Chapelie, daughter of a prominent physician in Butte, Mont., now de ceased. "Even at the risk of being accused of declining that which I probably could not get if I desired it. I answer most umequivocally that if the nom ination •were tendered to me I would not accept it under any circumstances whatever," said Speaker Cannon with reference to the vice presidency. Minister Conger has cabled the state department from Pekin that some of the exhibits of the empress dowager of China, which will be dispatched to the St. Louis exposition on the Siberia, May 2S, will be donated by the em press dowager to the United States government after they have been ex hibited at the fair. The court of claims decided that du ties collected on goods from the United States at Manila and other ports in th© Philippines during the Insurrec tion, levied by the executive proclama tion for the support of the military government, were entirely proper and caiiyot be recovered. The decision in volves $7,*W,W§ in revenues collected. People Talked About. Ashbel P. Fitch, 56, president of the Trust Coanpany of America and for mer controller of the city of Now York., is dead. Miss Geraldine Farrar, the American singer, has gone to Stockholm to fill a six weeks' engagement with the Roy al opera. Col. W. G. Welch, a prominent law yer, who served as colonel in the Con federate army, died at Stanford, Ky.. from blood poisoning. Rev. Byron Alden is dead of pneu monia at Streator, 111. Mr. Alden was licensed as a Methodist minister in the Rock River conference in 1837. Mrs. Charles H. Spidel ,the largest woman in Mount Vernon, N. Y., is dead. She weighed nearly 500 pounds. A child was born to her only a week age. Pan Antenio Dvorak, -63, the com poser, formerly director of the con servatory of music, New York, died suddenly at Prague, Bohemia, of apo plexy. 1 Foreign Gossip. Franz von Lembach, historical and portrait painter, and president of the Munich Artists' association, is dead at Munich, Bavaria. An automobile in which six persons were driving was struck by the Basle Paris express on a grade crossing at Roissy-En-Brie, twenty-five miles from Paris. All were killed. Sir Thomas Lipton, who is visiting Naples on his steam yacht Erin, was entertained at a dinner at the palace by King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena. Subsqeuently his majesty cre ated Sir Thomas a knight commander of the Order of the Crown of Italy. A hurricane swept Cochin-China May 1. About a hundred natives were killed and great damage was done. All the telegraph lines in Saigon were de stroyed. Many native vessels sus tained injuries, but otherwise there was no damage to shipping, thcugh small craft in minor ports suffered. Casualties.- Tony Lespaurence, 17, and his sis ter, 18, fell from a boat into the La Salle river at Starbuck, Man., and drowned. Mrs. Hoover Turpin ,a bride of two days, was seriously injured by the ex plosion of dynamite set off by a chari vari party at Lebanon, Ind. Drew college at Carmel, N. Y., one of the pioneer educational institution for women in the country, has been destroyed by fire with a loss of fully $100,000. Supt. George Hall of Bessemer mills of the American Steel and Wire com pany at Cleveland was instantly killed by a rapidly moving crane in one of the mills. Fire, thought to have been of incen diary origin, completely destroyed the home of Presecutlng Attorney John Cummisky at Escanaba, Mich., and caused a loss estimated at $10,000. The losses from the fire which prac tically destroyed the building of the Anthony. & Coswell company, furniture and upholstery dealers at Baltimore, will amount to about $400,000, partial ly cov.ered by insurance. Everett Warren was instantly killed and Eric McLaughlin, William Locke and Joseph Lefevre were Injured by tailing, bricks at the burning of the Hotel Rotunda at Capac, Mich. The loss was $20 000. Fire at the Union stockyards at In dlanapalis caused a loss of $300,000 to the Belt railroad and Union Stockyards company. The insurance Is $100,000. Thirty-five head of cattle were burned and forty acres of cattle sheds and live stock pens were totally destroyed, to gether with about 500 tons of hay and 10,000 bushels of corn. Sins and Sinners. Dr. W. E. Woodend of W. E. Wood end & Co., the suspended stock brok erage firm, was arrested at his home h. New York. Tfie ticket office of the Pitcairn, Pa., station of the Pennsylvania railroad was robbed by safe-blowers Four hundred dollars was taken.. The office is badly wrecked. Gust Heldberg, a tailor, aged 35 years, of Peshtigo, Wis., committed suicide in a padded cell at the jail at Menominee, Mich., by hanging himself with a pair of suspenders. With a story of having been drugged and robbed of $15 in a saloon on West Thirty-seventh street, New York, the Countess Alvina Mercedes von Vettel appeared as a prisoner in a police court. Two Italian families who were about to sail from New York for Pal ermo are locked up at police head quarters charged with stealing more than $3,000 from a fellow countryman at White Plains. The O'Brien county, Iowa, grand jury has voted four indictments against Edward C. Brown of the Iowa railroad commission and president of the de funct Sheldon State bank. The indict ments charge embezzlement of $72,000. Mrs. Caroline Volkman, who is be lieved to be insane, threw her three children, Annie, aged 11 Willie, aged 5, and Otto, aged 2, into Lake Erie at Cleveland, and then jumped In herself. Fortunately boatmen were near by, and the whole party was rescued with out any ill effects. Albert Wood, a constable ,was killed and Curtis Gregory, a constable, was seriously wounded in a fight in Far rington township, near Mount Vernon, 111., with two men alleged to have been William and Robert Howard, brothers, one of whom the officers sought to ar rest on a warrant. C. David Frey, a butcher of Los An geles, was shot and killed by A. Car penter, a special officer of the Humane society. The shooting occurred near Tropico, on the outskirts of Los An geles, and resulted from a raid by half a dozen humane officers on a cocking main at that place. Carpenter was ar rested and is now in the city jail, charged with murder. Burglars dynamited the safe in the postoffice at Hanna, Ind. Postmaster G. A. Trigger heard the explosions and gave the alarm. The marauders es caped, however ,and a posse, armed with a variety of weapons ,is in pur suit. The booty secured is estimated at $1,000 in cash, stamps and merchan dise from the general store in which the postoffice is located. General. The grain elevators at Cincinnati have suspended operations for an in definite period. Between 11,000 and 12,000 coal min ers in the Eastern Ohio subdistrict went out on strike. J. P. Morgan .practically has retired from Wall street speculation and will give a free field to the Standai^l Oil crowd. Andrew Carnegie is mentioned as a successor to the late Senator Hanna on the executive committee of the Civic Federation. Six theaters in New York are closed until they make alterations to conform with the requirements of the commit tee of public safety. Preparations are well under way for the fourth annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic soci eties in Detroit, Aug. 2-5. Dr. Patrick H. Collins of Detroit, Mich., appeared at Bellevue hospital in New York and asked to be examined as to his mental condition. ,1 Thirty-five thousand loaves of bread have been received in Chicago from Pittsburg to relieve the famine threat ened by the strike of bakers. The total attendance at the Louisi ana Purchase exposition on the open ing day, April 30, 1904, has been offi cially announced at 187,793 persons. At a meeting of the Harvard Advo cate board, Claude Carlos Washburn, 1905, of Duluth, was elected editor. The Advocate is the oldest college magazine at Harvard.-'' Absolute suspension of freight traffic on the great lakes between Buffalo and Chicago has been decreed by the Lake Carriers' association on account of de mands for wage increases. A the retiring officers of the United States Steel corporation were re-elect ed at the regular monthly meeting. In the finance committee, Henry Phipps succeeds Henry M. Schwab. Mrs. Adelaide Ingraham, New York, has been elccted president of the gen eral Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Miss Martha Scott Anderson of Minnesota was chosen a member of the board of man- agers A dinner In honor of Secretary of War Taft was tendered at St. Louis by the Commercial club of Cincinnati, which had escorted Secretary Taft to the opening ceremonies of the world's fair ^lfj| Seven children have died within the last few days in New York and others are suffering from a new disease. At least twenty cases are reported from one hospital. The doctorB believe the disease to be due to germs from the walls of old tenements, the lower floors of which' are being rebuilt into stores. Come High, but We Must Have Them. Whipper—I see that there has been a reduction in the price of theater seats. Snapper—Yes. Giotto says that he can afford to take his wife now. Whipper—Hadn't been to the thea ter before the reduction? Snapper—Yqe, but he took his sten ographer.—Town Topics. To Pronounce War Names. If the place is on the Chinese coast, remember the number of your laundry ticket, multiply tjy six, subtract what is left, and find the puzzle. If a Rus sian name, add three portions, sneeze, cross your fingers ,and forget It.—New Orleans Times-Democrat. An Artist. Sharpe—Ah, he's such an artist, such a musician. Flatte—Why, he beats his wife. Sharpe—Yes—er—well, he does It in perfect time.—Pittsburg Post. Pride Interceded. "Why did she marry him? He hasn't any money." "I know, but she has plenty." "But he hasn't any brains, either." "True, too. But people kept telling her how stunning they looked together till she just couldn't bear the idea of letting him get away."—Detroit Free Press. Alike In One Way. He—That fellow reminds me of At lantic City. She—Why, is he sandy? He—No. He's got a bored walk.— Princeton Tiger. BEDTIME FROLICS. Pillow Fights Insure a Good Night's Rest. Play is the natural gymnasium of Uie child, and his best. The bedtime frolic of the youngsters Is nature's preventive medicine against insomnia or fretful slumber. It is tho most efficacious known. If mothers would insure for the tots —and consequently for herself—a quiet night, she will not discourage the idea of a pillow fight, a tug of war, or other sleepy-time demonstration. If any child is subject to insomnia, nightmare or restlessness, it would be a wise plan to arrange for some lively gymnastics to promote the seasonable sleep. This is especially advisable if the evening has been spent in master ing to-morrow's lessons. Suspend a ball from the ceiling to such a height that it will be just out of reach of the little hands when the youngster is standing naturally. Let him raise himself naturally upon the balls of his feet and catch the ball with both hands. Repeated several times the little body-stretching play makes good exer cise. For a still livelier frolic, let the little men assume a sitting position and rock themselves over the surface of the car pet. A Sure Protection. Barton, N. Dak., May 9th.—Many cases are being published of how dis eases have been cured and lives saved by Dodd's Kidney Pills, but there is a family in this place who use this remedy as a protection against the coming on of diseases and with excel lent results. Mr. W. A. Moffet says: "We have no ver yserlous illness or complaint for we always use Dodd's Kidney Pills the very moment wc ,feel the least symptom of sickness and they soon put us right. If we have a touch of lame back or think the kidneys are not right, we take a few of Dodd's Kid ney pills and the symptoms are soon all gone. "My brother had diabetes and the doctor told him he could not live until spring. I got some Dodd's Kidney Pills for him, and although that was several years ago he has lived through all the winters and springs since and is still living. Dodd's Kid ney Pills are a wonderful medicine." Scientific Visions. "They say radium produces hallucin ations." "Yes a lot of hallucinations get into print about radium.—Detroit Free Press. .v c#, Send 25 Cents for Homesteaders' Gnide containing 48 pages of information. Official map and full instructions how to get a claim on the Rosebud reservation. Forbes Locating Agency, Bonesteel, S. D. Suspicious. "He ha^'an open countenance." "Yes, open to suspicion.''—Cleveland Plain Dealer. •, Hn. Window's Soothing Sjrrop. For children teething, aofteni the grume, reduce! (animation, »llaj« pain, cure* wind colic. 25c a bottle- Small talk often results in big scan- Plso'sCurecannot be too highly spoken of aa cough cure.—J. W. O'BRXSN, 322 Third Av«x, N., Minneapolis Minn.. Jan. 6.1900. Any man who calls himself an idiot wants others to question his veracity. -riU-NA, eWMLkEMBALUHI). 33iVumnia 1 BuffaloiN-Y Most the Ailments Peculiar to the Female Sex are Dae to Catarrh of the Pelvic Organ. Raehael J. Kemball, M. D., 334 Virginia St., Buffalo, N. Y., is a graduate of the University of Buf falo, class 1884, and has been in the practice of medicine in that city since then. She writes as follows: "My conviction, supported by ex* perience, is that Peruna is a valuable preparation for all catarrhal affec« tions. 1 have taken one bottle of Peruna myself and just feel fine. 1 shall continue to take It."—Raehael J. Kemball, M. D., Peruna has cured, thousands of cases of female weakness. As a rule, how ever, before Peruna is resorted to sev eral other remedies have been tried in vain. A great many of the patients have taken local treatment, submitted themselves to surgical operations, and taken all sorts of doctor's stuff, with out any result. The reason of so many failures is the fact that diseases peculiar to the female sex are not corn- Female Troabl* Mot Recognized as Catarrh. Chfdcei|riJafnanieVea"UL«if5LlDDy DlI MA A VALUABLE PREPARATION,*1 monly recognized as being caused by catarrh. These or gans are lined by mucous membranes. Any mucous membrane is subject to catarrh. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs. Peruna cures these cases simply because it cures the catarrh. Most of the women afflicted with pel 'j can be ferret ier Luncheon*. 500 VIRGINIA wHWMBumwm There ia ho satisfaction keener .thdo beino dry and comfortable when out in the hardest stormy YOU ARE SORE OP Tffl^ WEAB £#*•51 WRITES DR. KEMBALL. IM&t? 11 Por Dainty Luncheons 7*?*™ «»thirr»oetnptinK aai»ati»- S Yedpboop wa ILED CLOTHIN MADE JH BtACK OR YCUOW BACKED BY OUR OUARAKTCIj /1..I.TOWER CO ,603T0N TOtttR CANADIAN ca.UrUTE».YoMMft.(AN,MA55.UI. YOU* PSALkR.. 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