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 A  * /  /  .  __n  m  - CV  i     r:$  m  TtS'J  FOR YOUR  GO   TO  THU  MOYIE PHARMACY, Foot-iiny Hot.l lilflg  J-,��. Scil._I.J-, I'roii.   X-.udliig Drugs-St.  _���*,..��'  /u  ���** A :'J-.,  ���'   A"  AT  CANN'S BOOKSTOR E  VOL. 3, NO. 51;  MOYIE, B. C, APRIL 6.1901.  S3 A YEAE  im  $<m  Urn  >$_  -!--&_S  f  WW  ���-.��  _il  l';��'��riSiS'iiSi'S'll_> v  Pi  _-r^v1';.  >'>'''''i'Al-'  K5_  e__  iM.  *_  i  ii  -fSae  "9*1  ��Si.  as  ssdaaB  |B_  "3SL  ,,,-.j&_ii  _i'"<"5f  f'-"-'sJ*-S  "���'"#'!  i ���Aks  r ^sjvvSJ.t,.  ^^  t -     i'p_Tu--ir*7ri"!'-_"^  .-*^__?_��  > r     &"5gj_<  'Ml  li-  v-  _  ^  nkT'-  4m  1,000 pairs miners' heavy digging shoes  $3.00 to $5.50.  1,000 pairs mens fine Shoes  r $2.tf e- to $5.00.  3.  Hun of St. Eugene Mill  for Last Month.  #00 pairs boys' and youths' shoes  - " ' $1*90 to  2*50.  A full assortment otladies  and    misses  slides  a. all  along'and bring VOWr fed. with yoii.-  pricec.    Come  lElEIMLCAMPfifiiL & CO.  IS A RECORD BREAKER  Tliere Is Talk   of   a   I'a-tial   Closedown,  JJut; No-liliifj   Definite Could   Ue  -icari'icti J.cyardinif At.  _-^:__-V  '^Sffr_<B.' _��   AZ  .*������ ^r a& a* ^.^.^.^K^*iAr'^''t^f^.^k^A^,4^>^>&  THE'"CANADIAN,'BANK   OF  COMMERCE.  1 , ,* '      -"a  i ^ i* ^ ���  ;i.a'_. tf_i dapita   $8,OO0;0OO.  CRUfiBROOK BRANCH. HUBERT HAfNES. MGR  The run of the St. Eugene concentrator for the month of "March was a  record breaker. The amount of concentrates tne.de reached the sum of  3,400 tons, or about 400 tons more  than for any previous month during  (he running of the mill. Th&.e was  ��� plenty Of water during the month, and  very few mishaps or delays.  There was a report in circulation  this week tliat the mill was sonn to  laj- of one shift and that a number ' of  men working in the mine wOuId- be  let out. The Leader has endovored to  find out the facts of tbe, matter, 'but  lias met with little success. Manager'  Cronin is in Spokarie, atrid Acting  Manager Cbas. fiiesel did not apparently wish to either' deny or co'i-firm  the report. One ��� thing, however, ��' .*-  certain, up to the   hio'ur   of ��� going  to  v,  press th'e mill was still running in full  blast, and.there had been nd meu  laid  offat the  mine.    There  seems  to   be  , <���-��� ��� ' .  somewhat of' a.mystery, surrouriding  trie whole affair. .So'rne of the concentrates are being sacked add stored.  A sbipmentof (lO'O tons w'as made to  Antwerp, Belgium, today.  Prorinetor.  THe :H6tei f6r,the  massed,, EyjSrytfiidff;'First  iiij every: respect.    Sample .Booms  for   t .  CoiiiiSierci^l Ji^rlv    . ���'  ��� Britisit Goiiimbia.  MOYIE,  ��� rf^���_g___fiE.���>!'r���>,'''rf*r��� "��_.' 1m�� 'm''Jwi-4tuii''4ni  *^_.>l.'-^' *^?'<��^.^_-  �����������  Sanitary llegulationg.  The Sanitary reg^iatJons af^( being  enforced in Moyie by Constable JDruin-  mond. This week notices has been  sent out to tbe residents of th'e town  notifying therri that tliev must reriiove  all t-ubcish on their premises withiriAv  specified time, id ac'co'rdarice with the  health act and of th'e s_.nitar._- fe'gu-  lotions of 1596. '  According to the regulation's' either  slops or as!ie<" must not be thrown in  the yards. A dumbing ground has  bsefl selected about a mile and a half  north of town,  BE3AC_.'s'fi-l".  %  l'.o'it.  I  ,  In  Large sample roorii In connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarter^ for Commencia. ahd ���f^lfhmcj Men.  QUEEN   AVENUE,     .       ,        ^., ���* . Ar'.  $&Z��r^rZ:^^ "S?5^^-?^ >?^?^ *"5?>--"^- ^���^���^, "��*.���  S^^!S^fe2_l-_^^_0!2S^S^^S  TVate'rworts Contract Let.  ��� East Monday, the sealed bids for the  building of the darn for tlie Moyie  \v"aterwor��s Co. were opened; and, the  contract was awarded to Mr. Harold  "bollard. The directdrsdb not wish to  give Out thO ...is-derat-on; further  than that it is within a few dollar, of  the engineer's figuers. The contract  is to be completed b'y. May _10th, and  wdrk mil begin at once^ The pipe -is  also to be hero May lOlh, when.it will  b.Jmmediately la^'d.  LOCAL    NEWS.  J. H. Hawke is able to be at work  again.  T. Christian has been in Moyie the  past week.  James Cronin is ' in Spokane on  business.  M. A. Bealo was  in   Cranbrook   the I  first of the week.  "\V. L. Reid  transacted   business   in  Or/mbrook yesterday.  '   Moyie barbers   are   again   keeping  their^shops open on Sunday.'  Mrs. P. D. Hope "Was in Cranbrook  thi3 week.      ��� ���  "Next Monday being Easter Monday,  the Moyie School'will be closdd.  M. Mclnne3 was in town between  trains yesterday,  J. S. MacEachern was down to the  new' townsite of Claim-tore ,this   i-reek.  Professo'r A. W. Sutherland of Moyie  school was in Cranbrook last Sunday.  ���' Mrs. Wergin.werJt,to the Halcoyn  Hot Springs on Arrow lake this   week,  The 0. P. fe. have lately made , a  big reduction in rates o'n grainy hay  and produce in Southern Koot.nay.  ,. Jack Nesbit has returned from  South Alri-ii. He is lidw in West  Koo.tenay.  ��� Mrs. E. L. Cardinal and son, and  cousin, Miss Brown, returned from  Montreal Tuesday,  Moyie Miners' Union is taking steps  towards b-ingr'incor��o'rated unde'r the  benevolent societies' act of British  Colum'bia.  Jtoss Palmer of Cranbrook has baen  appointed census enumerator for  Moyie.    Why a Moyie .m^t!   was   not  TALK OF A SIBLTER  South   East   Kooteaay  1   Likely to Get One.  J,  0.   DREWRY   TALKS  IF yam.   of   New   York Hits , I.ookcd ov'er  U��e Keld and Favors tJit*  i'fojecct.  Coeur O'Aicno JOiatvict.  i  Tliere are at present ten concentrating plants in operation in tb js "d.strict  and.ljahdli'n'gfrc'm 4,000 to 5,000 t��cs  of ci'ddo mineral daily. , Their, combined ojitput amounts to about 600  tons of , concentrate^,' _onsi_th:g of  nearly pure 4 argentjiferous galena.  Recent, e-pert examinations ia the  region indicate that tho daily average  losses .in shiries -arc,amounting to the  equivalent of fifty or cixty tons oi lead  and 3,500,10 -1,000 ounces of silver, ,all  of which-is being waslied .down the  C03ur,d'Al_U(} ri^er into ' the hike Of  the game name.  ight be Equaled but Neve-  Excelled by any 50 cent Tea  on Earth.    We Have it Iii  ��� Oiie lb�� and  :t   l\ D.  BUSINKSS    f.OCAl.S  Ga'rden seeds,of all. kinds  Hope's .Tost Ofiice drue store.  |      v      ;      -' ��� ..   :     i      '   i I        ' !      ,  If you want a goou suit call at FoOfces  ; FOR SALE.~T.wo .ga.sol.mc  lumps'  at half price.   Apply at D.J.  Elmer'd  Oiie half  TMreeib. tins;  '���Sfi-.AND'^.'-  ciciar store.  ��i. i    .   .i  i  see .',. A.  Foo.e'.o summcj  He has 3cme   beauties.  >    ,. . ��� '���   !    '     I ���  appointed for this position is   hard   to  understand.  A special Easter song service will be  hold in, th'p.-T. (j. 0. F. hall on Sundav  niglit,' at S o'clock. Every b'ne invited.  i i '  The Sherwin-'Willii-'n.s paint wears  longest and covers 'most. lt;isv the  best paint eoohoriiy rrlade to paint  buildings with. ��� Sold by G. H. trilpiu;  ��� Excello polish the' fjii-dt polish' in  the world for gold, silver, brass, copper,  uickle; glass, china, ddd plated ware.  Try free samples. P. D. Hope's Post  Office drug store.  M. A. Beale went to Cranbrook yes-  tefb'a'y to play football. He will afier-  WA-dsjjo.to .Fo.it St.ele, aud will not  return "to Moyie until next Tuesday,  Johrili. Costiganjori.'of Cranbrdok's  leading barrister, and best .heads, wain Moyie Tuesilsy. Mr. t?dstigai- intends making regular professiodal  vsits to Moyie in future.  The big delegation from the (3voote-  naj'8 whicli is going to Ottawa to' urge  tlie government to take some action  in the lead rennins problem,' passed  through Moyie yesterday on a special  train.  Miss 3oper of Kimberley ?;as in  Moyie   Wednesday   making    arrange-  i     1 .' - ' i!     . , ;���' ">  meats tc organise a music class.  Those wishing co take-lessons in either  music or embroidery work can en juire  of Miss Lulu Crowe at the postoffice'.-  Mis- Sop.'r's rates -vill be ipl2 per term.  Moyie Will CoIe)."r..��,6 3>.ay 3;_tll.  r.toyie-Jias decided t6 celebrate .the  2-hh of May in _��� manner befitting to  thc occasion. Two meetings (haye already'.been held, and a subscriptioh  has been ch'cnlp.ted to' raise funds for  the Carrying out of th'e a'tf-iir.  Anothor, meeting will,be he^ld next  Thursday c-yening at ^ o'clock sharp  for the purpose of elec-tjng a per-  raaiient,prosident and secretary . and  the appointing of, the various con.ii.it-  tees for carrying Gi? tho afVair. Every  citi'-en who has thc Nvclfare.of his tpwn  at L'earl should b,e present,and have a  voice -in the matter, as the succesis of  the ���celebration, ,will all depend, on  vHi'itth. people themselves- make i I.  'J. C. Drewry, general manager of  the' Canadian Gold Fields, Limited,  has announced that a "New "\~ork cap-  tahst has gone throughlv into the conditions prevailing' in East Kootenay  and had undertaken 10 ered a smelter  of 1,000 tons daily capacity at a point  east "of E-OOteriay Landing' On the  completion of the Crow's-Nest !_oUth-  ern rOad, says the Nelson Miner,   r  Intirriations to this- effect have al-  ready leaked out but definite "'information has not hitherto been forthcoming. ' The capitalist to question is Mr.  Hyams,- who was largely interested in  the "American Smelting arid Refining  trust. "When the trust bought Out the  Gugge'tiheiri interests in South America,' Vlr. Hyams disagreed with his colleagues.antl pulled out of the trust,  receiving for his interest a sum stated  to be sin millions edsh. He is looking for an investment, and satisfied  himself on a recent tour through the  East Ebote'riay, co tin try, that the opening fo'r a srrielter there,,was -very promising if the railroad co'm'p'etition necessary tb' rendwr it a success was) forthcoming; The CrCw's Nest Southern  will fill tin", want, and the claim ' is  mrfde by the interests which eire backing the granting of the charter that  one of tb'e first good effects to be f-lt  as tlie result of "the .advent, of- the  competitive road will be the establishment of thi*! large and important industry. It is,understood that the location of the neW smelter 'is1 practically determined,- but no _lnn'oUnce-  ment lias been niadeVo' this effect as  yet.  '  DlsCi-ic. A.so-latloi. _4o. tf, W. I", ill.  H. H, Dimock; jj'residenfc of the  Moyie miner.' union, returned froth  Nelson yesterday, Where he was- a  delegate to th'e meeting Of the Die'tnct  Association No. 6, W. F. of M. Mr.  Dimock says the meeting was e successful or_e and that much business of  importance was transacted. There  was an election end the following officers were elected:  James Wilks, president; Rupert  Buhner, rice-president/ and Alfred  Parr, secretary-treasurer. The president ia of Nelson, the vice-president of  Rossland, arid the  sesretary-treasurer  of Ym'ir.  i ������       )'l '  ' The matter of a government  bonus  to ( the' lead    refining   industry   was  amongst the questions.discussed;  and  resoltitidns were adopted, favoring  the  establi.eiiient of a refinery operated by  the ioyernmeiit and so established tliat  it should not at any,   future, .time   b.e  absorbed  by  a  smelter  trust   or   the  like.  Jlere Three Years.  Three years ago last Tuesday the  printing plant of the Leader was landed in Moyie. It was brought in from  Kootenay Landiugon a "jumper" and  so bad were the roads that it took six  days lo make the trip. The ice at  that time was sufficiently strong to  carry a four horse team and load.  - The log building'  near   the   Moyio  hotel was the first home of fche Leador,  The same building afc   the   same ��� time  was also used a. a jail, the cellar being  used as the,"cooler."    Moyie, like the ''  other towns   along   the   Crow's , Nest  line,during construction,   was   undef  the   surveillance   of    tbe   Northwest  mounted police.    J. E. Augers, again  a resident of Moyie, was1 then   ou  the  force under Sergeant Clopp.  Afc that time   Messrs.   Campbell   &  Clark were moving into their neW   ho--'  tei, and gave a   grand   opening  a  letf '  days afterwards.  Vic Deaaulnier_ and Martin 'Foley  were fixing up the Central hotel/' but.  many improvements have been madd  on the building since then.  'McMahon,Pro's. were> still  occupying their big log   building   and ' theif ���  neW'hotel was well under way.  Park, Iviitchell & Co's., sawmill -had  bmned.down a short time ago, and had  not yet been febuilt*. '  , The steamer Bch j,-'which  now'   13c.  on the shore of the lake at the foot ff  Queen's avenue, Was  being  built and  was re'sidy to launch ac   soon   ��Ss    -I'd '  ice'w'dnt out.  .. There were orily four men working  in the St. Eugene mine at that timCi,  They were Peter Lynch, Wttl. Mills!;  James Mills and.one of the HarniltO."  boys. James ���Cronin, the presdfj.  manager, was then hldnagerj a_-duri--  ant, mining erigeneer,, etc., "and cOdtcl  even pull off his coafc, add sl'a.p'ei-  Steel or polish the head of a drill if  the occasion demanded.  The turtnel of the Lake Shore'   rt-irie' .  was in abu-iit 30 feet, and there,  was  _i  fairly godd showing iri the   fv.ee. '.The  property was then lying idle.   ,  i t *,  Very little wo'rk had been done dri  tj' p Moyi. and Queen of the Hill. at*d  the Aurora claims.'   -*' ''��� ��� -  The  grading  for ' th'e-,, drop's  HfeJi.f  road was theri   in ' progress,   and   i!.,!" '  population df the town was theh ,"-._!_!��  up principally of railro'adeis".  OBANBBOOH.    tTBM&  -  of Moyjc fpr their  dtiet th- late fife.'   S'in^e''lejv^your^.'  .-.���������' B.'A. "Barrk/k:.  . -Did yo  suitings yet?  .WANTED-' luvnjsl-cd,;or,, unfurn,v  ished house to rent. Apply at this  office. '','���'  1   v'     i -r    \ i! \>. ���> ������ i :   .    ;      ' ���   . ���      ;      .. - ���! ���. .'  yapp^batha.f^rfialp^t,*?. IJ.Hopefs  , i>,D. Hor^'-ij, PC'S-iO^cidrifg store;  for anything in the drug line at right  prices. .       7  .-    . ������ '"     \ '   '. V. ,,'..  Drop in and inspect C.  A.   Foote'a  s'vock.'for.gentlemcns tailoring  in   the.. per, brokc,-s'.price, i{vl7..0O. _  Central building. | ; London, April V���Lead $2.03,  Ono.on tho jV_lni0t.r.  .'        . '';  ! !  A clciigyinfiii came as a stranger into  a  straniro   church  in, Cincinnati  one  Sunday where th,e organist had alwavs  had more or less   dificulty   with    thq  map who ty<jw the organ.    She soine-;  tur.es hiul to send soine  pretty   sharp  co mm iii-ids abdUl, tho  performance  of  hi.  cluty.,  When ,th'e_ stranger  came  10 thc church ihe felt specially anxious  to have,things' right,   and   as ,the   old  blower y/as,in t^ie habit���cf ,s,topppig the  iustru'irieutsometimcs.when ho thought  ,   ,   , enrio'rw-nnkn-. ,...., ,���,  ! a��io',.l_aU   played;   long   enough,    she  Alitor Lcn.dei:'   Through the ,coui>   ^-^ .P��fc��u-UPP ,, to,, write   911   a  teSyofthQLQ^er.'.J.,ivfsh   to   thank   pwcep(pupe_ aJejr 3Xord8 ivhich .she  the Citizen., and, esoe.ially ".he   la,d;o?,   ^.oqUc<Ji the aer.loc, and, asked hjrfx  l:u_d  consideration | ^ lllJCG ���� t^b^wer olthc organ.    He  1 though t.it waai a poticfl, apd as ,a   matter Qf course it, pughfctpgo^io the m'i(n-  is.er> arid forthw-itvli v'erit,and,|la.id i^.on  the minister's desk, who put his   spee-  tac'es on 1115; ;nose   aud ( slowly    r,ead  aloud the Foliowh.g   locpnic,,message:  "You miad.'yonr business  this   morn1  1 ing and just keep blowing away   till   I  tellyju to stop."'  .'-i_  ���' , ���     l    ritetalQuotatioiic-. ,  ���        .������ ,        ��� ���  ..' -New  York,, .April.   5.���Bar  gSg-:   cents.    Lead,'  price   for   miners  ijwid smelters, $-1.37 at the close.    Cop,-  sily,.r,'  Cf'iribro'ol-Herald:   -  Dr. J. H. Iiing bias been appoiniea  health officer for th's ciistrict; eiiteria-  ing frb'm Kootetiay .ake' to Mi(5h'6i'  The appointment is a good one.  The new telephone co'i_ip.ii_y {Hat  has been organized in Oranbrook feele  very much" encouraged over the patronage guafahteec. them bv th'e citizens,'  ....    !���'   Ml   ,\->ll  '   -i-      . .t   .t"    1 ,, j  and are moving as fast as the law  will  permit, to arrange fbr  the  eotab.ish'-  meiit of their plant.  ^ Mr." Pollard, of Moyie   was  in town  Friday evening, having come from his  -;*      -.' ���       't    .      1 *   ���        ���       j, ,���  claims southwest of town,  on Palmer  mountain.    He has been  steadily    at  *    i-    '    ��� > <      ��� 11      1        _ I,  work all winter and has run a   00 foot  I 1 v.   ��� ,   , 1.        I  tunnel and got into a ten inch vein,   of  fine looking ore.    Mr. Pollard h^s some  ''*���,''��� '      ���       ���    , t    -,     ,     v  other Work to lock after at present but  as soon as possible he will resume  de'-  **   1  , ...       i .       .  velooeinents on these claims, as  he  is  confident now that the property lias a  good body of rich ore;  i        -   '    *'���,���-> '. 1   .  Manager Wolf' of the Sullivan Mine.'  ,)>*��������� 1     '1 >  returned last   Sunday ' from   Spokane  and proceeded,at. once   to Kimberley,  His company .has .concluded   tq  close  dqwti   the  Sullivan  for  the   present,'  owing to, the drop  jn   Jead   and , pook  facilties fOr transporting ore from   tlio  hnne to the railway.    It is urtderstood  that a survey will bi, madp   w.ith'ih   a  ve;ry short time for the ,building  of   a  spur from ^he   mine.    It  is necessary  for the company to^h'ave either a   sput  or a tramway, aud it is simply a.ques-.  tion,as  fco  whicli   can    be   done   tho  Cheapest.   -**���,���1���._-, ,_,.  TI10 iii��'��W illav,  jf -       , -  ���        "      .}   " !i      .    1  ....tVm. Lawson is pushing work o'ri  on. the Liudy May claim on the west  aicfe.of'the hike. He is driving .a tunnel and. is no,w in SO feet, but, lip says;  h'e,has yet 30 feet to go before he ex--  pects to strike the ledge.  /The foptba'il   match   at, Cranbrdok  yesterday resulted in a tie.  ,P��� J. I^ose was down  to   Biairmore  this v/eek,  ���-1  "i  V  ���_'  ii  * ���  t1  1,  A  'I*  -if !  4 uw-*^*"???*^^
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The question now is,   whaL   will
done with Aguinaldo?
wmi.'.iliiiihi 1  _
The doctors' compulsory vaccination
graft has been declared oil.
Moyie will   celebrate   thc   2-ith 'uf
May and celebrate it right.
John Houston ..em. to have run up
against a _jum stump, _o to speak*
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A'/iiiui-hlo's     (.Mjiuin'   .-ignilit'S    the
•<.-■  -.igu of the T.ig.dog  iii-urn-c ion.
From his place of hiding lie h.i.s given
1 he orders which kept alive  the  guer-
lilla warfare of   the   past   two   y^-irs.
•Wtt- timt he is in   the    hands   of   the
Am-ripan   forces,   tlie   «hreclimr  ht'iul
uid guiding,spirit of th'.  guvnilla  for-
■ 'e-v li,iv, h-.v*. its remaining power of op-
[lo^'iion, and it w'ili be surprising if
rapid prepress is not mado h.ward-
pacilic-tion of the harried districts.
Aguinaldo's reflections can not afford
him much comfort.    His  government
is a memory, liis army   is   routec, his.
people -.ire divided and his country has J
been d-^va.lated   by   a   needless   war.
How differont affairs ii.ight have been,
if he h:id accepted in   good   spirit  the
generous'purpose,  of  the   A-inerican
people, respecting ■ tlie  sovereignty  of { CBANBPOOK
<he United States   and joining  hands j   •
with the American authorities  in   the,*
great work of erecting government and , E. A; ELTON,
training his people for- the duties'of
Harvey    &   Mc Carter,
Harvey, Til-Carter & Alexander,
FERNIE, B. C.   '
Barristers & Solicitors. J TorLET AimcLES,
Xotary Public, Accountant,    COMMISSIOIi    ANJO
Insurance Aoent."
Money to Loan.    '
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C_i_i-i!3t unci Druggist,
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Neck ties, fancy box, white and colored.
starched shirts, negligee shirts, under-1
wear.   Men's felt hats in all shades
and qualities.    Ladies'   Sailor  hats
children's hats.
B. C.
With Aguiualdo captured  the  Phil-   citizenship,    That   accomplished,    he
Jppiue war should soon bo at  an   end. j could have visited   tlio  United   Ctajeg
an honored and respected guest, and it
is no. iniprdliablb'that z lofty, dispassionate appeal would have resulted
in the complete independence of the
Filipino people. Under the'condition.,
we could havo withdrawn our army
and navy with honor to ourselves and
proper regard for our obligations to
General Fred Funston is,, tlie hero
Of the hour so far a,, the Uuited States
i.'concerned. ' ■
Tomorrow the  ladies   will hate  au
■ bpportunity ,of   showinfi'   tlieir    new
Eact?r bonnets.
»l«". 'J _ * AT l. *i**m\ •mviwjr' M**W
Until Canada gets a lead refinery of
its own tho load mining industry will
lie more or less hampered.
It i. caid that Lot's wife would never
nave been turned to salt, if she hud
hot first turned to '-rubber.''
u-jrmn_r _r_ ■ )-i_t^.«r j. a viwaww-'BCa
It is the duty of   every ■ resident   of
the town to join in makiug the 2-ith of
*■ ' 1 ""* "
Ivlay celebration in Moyie a success.
. The reduction of passenger fares by
the C. P. li. is not bad at. all for a
pompany which has* heretofore been
looked upon as a "greedy and grasping
.According ' to   J'.   C.   Drewrv   the
c,,.. - "
chancec    cf    South'  Fast   '.Kootenay
getfing a smelter, seem cjuite   probable,
And Drewry is   not  usually   very   far
from being right.
>'icknismes tor Tci*ti>_.
British Columbia tbwn'd have been
familiarly christened:  ' '
Vancouver—The Terminal  City or
the Liverpool of the west.   •
Victoria—Capital City. ''    "
.New Westminster—Iloyal Ciiy.
Nanaimo—Black Diamond • City,
Kamloops—Inland City.
Nel&on—-City of Destiny.  '
- RosGlaud'—Mining City.
Greenwood—Smelter City.     ' ■
Xcw   Denver—Lucerne   ^oi    UTorth
Sandon—Silver City.
Kaslc-—Lake City.
RevelsLoke— Railway 'Citj'.
Slocan—Baby Cit3'.
"Moyie—Jfineral City.
Commission'- and   Insurance
XEW   YORK LIFE;'        '    ' "
Insurance Co.'s
Fort Steele, B. C.
' ,,C R HIGGINS, ' ,
Physician and Surgeon
orncE—fAh.ucli, block.
MOYIE,' British Columbia.
Fine Toilet Soaps,
Latest Perfumes,
Toilet Requisites,
Hair Brushes, ;
„ „ Combs, Sponges, etc
' GO   TO  TUi.
A complete line of of patent medicines
carried iu stock.
•JOSKVnsqiiAicil; PJu   C,.,   I'ropWptor..
I This Hotel is New and well Furnished.  The I
'*       £-ab:les ar^ SuPPlied with the Best the I
Market affords. The Bar is Filled with I
the ±Jest Brands of Liquors and Cigars.
/|> mo. 11., - ^       „        _        _ biutisu C01.UMI1IA 5.
kj _-
City    Shaving   Pallor,
WESJ-E _T CLlNKj I'roj'.
Movie, 15. C.
The run of the Sfc. Eugene cencon-
iiator for the,month of "Unroll -"was-indeed a record breaker and reflects
much credit on G. __. Iting, th. manager of the mill.
0     V,
T.E. COT.r_IN3, rropr.
Victoria Street, MOYIE, B. C.
For Sale.—A six room' house' ancl*
lot iii Lake Dbdre addition.    For   par
ticulars apply afc this ofiice.
BMBT-WiP-rivt: "j
IU I1 ' J J L.J
Sightsen draya loaded with 182
barrels of whisky .were .paraded along
Siiverside ayenue in Spokane one day
]&ai week. Just imagine the number
Of jags these 183 barrels contained,
J!»i-f.r— l-
Feruie Free Frees:
adverti.es   df
The xr.an *,7ho
deserve, your trade. He
Spends his,money to- inleiesfc ;,*cu—ht
tells you of his goods and the bargains
he offers. To him your natronage
should go. •    -      - ,,
NOTICE. ■ " '
Not'.ci. J-ero-bs-giveu thati' liave l-ccn iu-
sir,i: ";d to colic, t all bUls and other debts clue
to Win. .Jills, somctimo Je-isoe of tlie Co_mo'
poli taa hotel, Moyie. All parties indebted to
Wm. Mills *vill }ilea_- comimniicate with me
l'orth-'-itli. LEWIS THOMSON, >
Moyie, March 1901. 3-48
Tender, for llio coustruc'tiou or ft dam' ou
Caii-pbell creek aro now called for by the Moyie
water Co,,bids to be closed ou 'April first. The
company reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, '.Plans aud specifications can he .sen
at M&cEaeherD _•* Macdou.aid's store-,
""-"S a. 1*. Ai-C-oiiald, Secy. '
v*i -H_vvj";—-_-■■_——.wj..^,iiiii
Send Your Work
To the^^^g^   .
Where it  will be Done, Satisfactory,
P. LUTNER, Prop. ' '
For your oulilt.    Tho1 largest stock in
<■ Ea.st Kootenay.
'. 'KEIJD &GO.i    '  ""
CIjajVdrooI., B. C.
MOYIB B, ,0,
Are No-ter Open and fe^ad^ E6_?
Business Witli st Ptdi LirLe re?
Staple and Pancj/
You are Tnvited lo Inspfec- Stbci
^z__:V. -dh sCzAhAlh AkjzlzJALAtz. AhLsCt-zir^Azs£z_A>zAh.r.V _v.z_r^--z_rf_k%&--rff i«
:' Smith Curtis is proving himself ,a
iaithful.,servant of the people and an
untiring worker. He-is displaying all
the attributes of an hot.eat and conscientious man, iand has a keen insight into British Columbia politics.
TgWJTl.T _■»-'
■iru"  _j_n
The American idea is that, revery
child i_ entitled to ao education. The
California, idea ought to be that' ever}'
child is entitled .lot- only to an education., but to th3 very, best education the
world 'iixn aVord. And no grumbling
about "..ids" w:ll alter' the fact tliat
■ manual training is an essent:,il part of
such a courfc. Kan Francisco Examiner.
Lt is always a risky thing tc ba.o a
general conclii-ion on <i pellicular instance. A man wa. bitten by a rattlesnake down soui.li. dr.mk a bottle of
brandy and cair.o tli rough, all right.
'\Tc:.t day a ;;;an in Do.-tou won u bet
of Jfii by d:inking it ;_uai'i of wlii-.ky in
two minutes. Lie died, .'.u one on.-e
the liquor s.ived a life -md iu the other
destroyed a life.     * •      -   •*
, V ""'-'"">*OTICE? --"■—"-"--'—-—
N-ctici .'; hereby, given that I, Gec're. R. Mulr,
of Moyie, J.. 0... mill on-cer, intend thirty days
after date 10 apply to the chief commissioner,of
lauds aud works, for ?. .peeii1,! license under
land acts to cut aud carry away timber ou the
following- rlcbcribed lauds, situate iu thc viein,-
ity of upper Moyie lake towit: The, south east
cornet- post of iiid lc*.uda ih situated.. bout'"t_ree
and one half miles uorth ea-^t of the upper end
of upper Moyie lake and about one quarter
milo east of govriupeut rond. r.rher*co north
Ml _i»aju», thp.ncii \vu.st320 chains, theuce i-ouih
-0 cliains, thence east 120 ohiuus, to place of
commencement. GEORGf. R. MDfR.   »
Mojie, Ii, C. Mat'-'h 19th 19U'.   * 3-49.    ,,
.BarTber Siiop.
jlot, Cold and Vapor Bathe,
Q^if-site  Odsmobdlifalf    Hotel
.7. L. I'OISY I'ron.
the Prospectors exchange.
sto. -t ic.-w.-G. uiocic, >'nr.so_r, u. c.
, ("void,, Silver-lead and Copper mines wanted at tho EXCEtA>i<iii   [t
FREE MILLING COLD' properties wanted at once for E-asterti   [?
Kevv Denver 'Ledge ■ It, ir; an old
saying that a man can get signature-
to any kind of -.*,. petition, in .-my
quarter and by all classes of people.
Particularly i_ thi. true it a r-nia'.l
mining cuinx'. JLundredc cf people
•will readily put their names to any,
paper that is presented to . them, no
long.as it,is not.a'subscription list,,and
even in case of this kind there ' are
'many who will sign who can not.afford
.ogive anything. Some; men would
*_?£&'t-i.ir'dea-tl. warrant if it came i:i
*i10 •n»nn[ a petition.
NOTICE-    ...
_roi_c. ^s fcerely ni^eu thr-t I, JiMi.es I.Y.i'kj of
Grand vall'.,y, Ontario, funncr, intend thirty
dv-.y'.Wier date to apjily to the chief com-
ln's.ionerof lauds and v.'0-l_? for a 'special
liceiibi'mif'cr lauds at^.a to cut and carry p.viay
thr'er on the following fic-'cri'-ed lands situated iu thc vi-infty. 'of upper -tCoyic lake to-vit:
Tlio north east ._■_.<_ po^ t of -s_-id land's is
.■.itintcd r.hf.ut two aud One h.Jf mile, north
east of thc uppoi etid of upper Moyio lake and
about L-iii; qunrter mile c'nst, o: government road
tlience v.-C-t 12. cJiain.-, thence s-or.th SO chain.*.,
ilicnco e;:.st 320 tuuiiis, tiienco north .0 chains
to place of con'iu.rscmii-iit.
' ' J A..:''a PA.'.K.
M<?*-ic-  ,v   '-.Maich I'Jtli 1"C1. ;j-.!t
^'■*•l;' * ' : :■-.■•,„'' y -jivei; Unit I Y>. If. Mcrtlii,
nn:*.'.'i, imi.i:'.' rodry. -iftiT date lo cppV lb the
cl.i ,'<'<iir.i'5'bioiier of 1-uds nn'J woi lid fvir a
••pi'ci '1 liceii'.e under 'ai'd act to cut and citiry
avify tiir.'.-cr o1" tlie follow inn de'eribod IxwCa*
siiir ' il iu 'J.o '.icinity of tlie Upper iUoyie
liil'c t'.\"it: ijonthwoct corner p-*-,! sitUateil
_Loi • one h:''. uiile norlheast of Blojie liver
f.'iilft, thcueu noilh MJ chat iii, iJic'ico cf.st fco
1 liiin.s, thencv: i-'ivtli fcO ch'-in--, thunco west 60
clu'lus to ]>lrcvi of commcuc-iif.ut.
.Hoyie, v.. C. ro'io. _'.th 100:. 3-.C.
Fresh   new   milk   delivered,  io  kll
parta of town twice  a   day.    Sati.fac-
tion guaranteed.
Mrs. Adelaide Dill; Prop.
■- p
"    AND    POWli
oe TH.fe BEst qbAiirthiiV'
■    Paities having mining prop-f'y for wilo are - requested : to defcici   |
.samples of their ore to tlie EXCITA*\TCE for exhibition. '    ,     J
We desire to hear from prospectors who have  jirornisirig ii.in~   f*1'
' ehilrjaims iii t3ritiah Columbia.                                        ,  , ff-
,    'Prospectors and miniug men are  requested   to  niake tlie EX-   %■
..CHANGE tlieir headquarters when in Nelson,                    ■■    , \
All samples should bo sent by o>tpre.s, Tl-EPATD,
Correspondence solicited.    Address all comuiunicationslld
- Telephone No. lUi. P. 0. Box 700. "■,'              '     rJELSb'^/B C.
^/^n^r^r^.^ acnes- /5"0--*»=T«5*^r2V.-fysT^5- A^nfiT^iffsiraraiJ
r ■^■mn n 1111 111   imiin m —1 maj ■jjani>nmrn-,'''ii 'i ■ 1 ■■—■■n. «-_.■'_"_■ ..^dtp—-^. -■ -^n^ V1    m*',r* "'* Lvt_"*'t**   r>v "*•■ ■*■*" j,*kwvp"
g5   Q6nis
SBoeg;; Hats;. Gloves
uranbrook; b c.
'. ■ «f. '
Areated Waters M all
Orders- Solicited.
* '. ' "•'    1       1
Soda Water  and Sypheiis.
Bread delivered
aRmeSBKiw^to any part ^f   fa cjt^
! i  .
AiVv-u-s ox Ha.nl'.
A; ^LilSTN", Prop.
'    xotjci;-
;*."'_ti'.e i; h'-r'j'iy given tlirt I, JJ01: J. Rylcy,
) iu", iiiteuO. MXiy dcy.*. after dt.tc to
"]>ply 10 1J.ic chief coinmiL-'-i(-'i:er of land .-'.Ml
uoiks, for n cpo_la! Jicen.'.e Uiiilcr J'uid ast to
ev.t anil carry iityny timber en ; ttu; following.
descnl.cd lunds Situated in the *iciu.ty cf. the
Upper Moyie'hike towit:'.' tJoiit'i east coiner';
post _itu'',t-d ataui:t•;;( miles north west of. the
Moyio river fails?: thence west• £isjhty ebalhs,;
tliv.'iiee-iiortl. 80 elialus, thence east SO cjj-iius,
theuce ayiith'-O c'nain. to ■■the . j-ldcb,' of' coni-
niuuccmeut. ''  '■' '    ■, BEN. J, P-1'l.EY,      »
.loyic, B. U. FA, l?ath 1901. ' ...-IG.     '.
A§§ A ~YMki
•A£»~^4, -fcc^SCS*-
■ - i  -'   1 , ( •
Call and ex.imine i_.y new
stock and you will bo convinced thnt I havetho best
'brands there aro in the mar-
-.    . . ket.    .,.
D. J. ELMER'S   Cigai'   Jitore.
l.ext tioov to Kootenay Hotel. Vic
'-'"        torfa -t.eetj--*toyic. U. 0. ■*
Victoria Ave., Movii-, B. C
*» ",*r" V  t
t; y. LbwNJ_rir; iProprl^tBk
Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations  for  travolcrs.     Beat,  v/inec
• i_ .      •        -      ,..•.-••.
[.liquors <ihd cigars kept in stock.
Lake Shore Addition MOYIE; B. tj'
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jsrzy? ^rz,p Ayr~z^r ;;A" va Ayrz^v- ^v->s ^ri^. ^^z^^rz^r -t^^z^-z^t^s   t^i^-i^-i^fc
NELS02S",       . -
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pA.~a'-~.A   ^^P,   T'/!"".-1 _'f
\'. ■   '. ■.
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R. A. SMITH,   , Mciyi^.
neak MacEaci-Ivjsx & jMacdonalds.
I   t.
The only bouse, iii .JSaat Kootnay
heated throughout v/itli holai'-.
Firs, class in .every; j-e_poct. Special
rate, lo .boarders, Good sample, room
for commercial men.
■ ■      " ' ' ' I'.i  • fc.   ;
European plan.    Open dav dudnigh!
K. U. SHALL 1'roif,
~**-K.   -      ,. f        _?»    J»      _*■_-__
rrrr -yr-Cir
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p—>—_,_ti_i—a._f_—a,. Jtav_:_--Hs . ^_Tte__,
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■■\'.•.'■•.  •'..••       I.'*.•• i' :■."!■■•-; ■    'i .'■'■■:■■  -A '
Bag s-ags,    Eiiritk-ri   Ain;    Gehe'bal
SEUvi-iiTr.. :• '■".•"
'    MOYIE.   '".
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ia "^
(J   .J -
}, "raws
P jv  'M-HMB
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'•tb tf  THE MOYIE LEADER.  itrm  MOYIE,    B. - C.  AN   ELEGY,  ili.it iiuple'? shade,  m ,'ii'ariv   _    moldvJ ir.2  *       ~  j ,f^-v\i  Beneatli these rugged '.-Im  VVJiere  lic.u.   tlic'iuii  heap,  17acl�� in hi. l__t, cteinal Uinhir i'liil.  The rude lot. fat hers of tli^ uini'it sletp.  Oft to .he liarvest did U-.ii ,irltl,-. ;. iold; .  TJieir furro\* oft. Hie st uOb-rn j>l._i> Ji__ Jjro!;-.*.  All, but tliey ha. no jna.liii.'. tin n io wir-ld!  They ri-\.r Jtaru-d i.-. u-e Ui. Vurdon .troke.  The poor old souls, liioy only liw.<J to toil,  ,   To bow and reap and,die, ut J.i^f, ubstu:..  Tliey never with "their iiibJiel,-, u.r. tlie boil;  How sad the tfoJflv'.-i unnjis of tli. poor!  Tiie pomp of power may once have  tlinlled  the  souls  -    Of -neiiliKl.toned men; to-Jay it "-inks  Beneath the saxiiijf {friii. of eiplnetn hole.!  Tlie paths of glory lead but io the Jinks.  J'erhapF in this ncglocteil spot i.-> Jjiil  Some lieart  tha:   ��m,hJ_  bare  ()uickenfd  to  the  game,  Hands that the Jovr-Jy baffy might Imw swayed  To Colonel JBoftey's everlasting Miam.'.  Full many a hole wns p..s._ by them nns.r-n  Because no llulteiinu flag -'-as lioisted tli.it��;  Full many .1 smo.tli and sacred' puttiii-; jjr.--n  ,They tore up with tlie plow and didn't care.  Koine village Taylor who. witli daunt Jess bieast,  CouJd waiiff the JlaiJ or swing- the hc-avy maul;  Some mute, iiiKloriou. Travis lipre may rest.   ,,,  Some il.rriin.ii who never lost a .bull.  Far from flie eaifer foursome's uo'ile "trife,  Tliey leveled hutikers, and Hn-y piled tbe hay,-  Content lo'ifi) nncaddied all tliroti'.-li life  'And'never wm. two up with om* to pJay!  No fitrtluT seflc their iiar.lships 10 dlscio.-vv;  Nor st.tid iri.wudiler -it tlieii  lai Iv of wor.Ji.  Here in these bunkers let their iiu-t rep-j.e;  'Miry illiJu't liAotv M.  A;idi"ivs un? ..ri c-aiib!  ' ��� .*��   IJ.   lil-ej- in (Jolf.  ' 3s"&*_!  '   fJrfgk  , * 1 I-***  At%\  '��� '<*_"X  . *.*&  v -*^,  ''"' _��._''���  :^��;  -.'"-.?-���*���;  T* J*     *.      I  * 5.  JAIXARD'S LINIMBNT' is   the   only  JShn'ment���osJ-ed. for ,.al my store and  Hie. only  one -wo keep for sale.  ,   All  tho people use it.  '    HARLAN   FULTON.  Pleasant' Bay,   C./B. '��    ' ���; '  Pai*-l-lim.  Zoroastrianism,-   or    Parsi-ism,    is    a  monotheistic form of religiou, not a polytheistic one, as some people would hav.  it.    There is but one God under 'different  names, Mazda, Adura and Aliura Mazda.  He manifested himself to a Bactriiin or  '^Median philosopher or reformer, Zoroaster, who is considered to have constituted-  a religious doctrine, set forth in the sacred books of Avesta.   According to Herodotus, the .Persians hsd mo images of  the gods, no temples, 110 altars, and they  considered the use of them a sign of folly.    The modern Parsis are of the same'  opinion  as their forefathers and repudiate any representation of tbo deity.  Zoroaster's speculative philosophy  teaches us that the world is the work of  two hostile ��� principles, Spenta-Maynu,  the good principle, and Augra-Maynu,  the evil principle, both serving' -under  one God, the first being the-author of  whatever is bright and shining,���good and  useful; the second of what is dark and  noxious. The conflict will end in the triumph of the good principle'." ��� North  American" Review.  THE   MEXICAN   AND HIS  HAT  Why  He   Spend-   So   Moch   Atten,jou  ami Money on IIJs Ileudpr-iir.  "While on a train in .Moxieo on my Ia..t  I rip,to the country of the- Aztec-, a young  Aiii-i-i-un Jady upon whose asioiii.licii  gaze was flashed for rhe "vst lime the  1 eat-fully and wonderfully made sujtiir  Jfvif Mexican hat, which i._ the first oui  of the ordinary object that jrreet. the  tourist's eyes after -he crossed the Rio  Grande, asked me why Mexican men ,,f  all chi-ses spent so much in.rn-v upon  the covering for their heads and appealed to take such evident pride in the great  wide biimmtd, high, conical ei-owncd  shelter from the tropical boat and .s���l���,,',  said a bat drummer, to a reporter.  "The main reason why the Spaniard and  the Mexican devote so nuieh attention,  time, arid money to their hats is beeu use  it is to some,extent made the symbol of  their standing in the community nnd because it,was the grandees of Spain who  of fill others at court possessed the privilege of sitting or standing In the presence  of their sovereign with their hats on  while the rest of the court uncovered.  "Naturally the hat became an object of  respect and veneration, aud the grandees  vied with one another in the, size of their  brain covering, the fineness and' costliness of its texture and the rich ^old and  silver ornamentations profusely worked  thereon. The populace, according to  their respective means and position in  life,,emulated the example of the grandees, and thus as time advanced the My  hat became the distinctive feature of the  dress of the Spaniard, as the mantilla  corresponded on the head 'of the senoritn  and the senora.  "The time was when a Mexican placed  liis hnt and his horse before all his worldly possessions, spending as much ns'iCcflO  to $1,000 for a gold trimmed, embroider-  '���d hat and as much more for his heavy  saddle iui(l'hridle".'ill trimmed with silver,'  .iiul this passion is strong today. 'Tho  higher classes of Mexicans have aimn-  "doned the sugar loaf hat for city wear  for. the I-iiropcnn style, as they have  adopted long ago our ideas on dot hen.  though overy Mexican gentleman has IA  native costume, with its gaudily em-  ��� broidc-red short jacket and flaring ti-oti;,  sers-and hat to match, to be worn wl-en  (lie occasion demands.  "The other classes cling to the sugar  loaf hat, made principally ofa straw of n  fiber peculiar to the country or of felt!  ornamented with gold'and silver cord, ac,  cording to tho means of the wearer, 01  perfectly plain and cheap. They look odd  to us, these Mexicans 'in their white,  loose shirts and trousers, standing idly  ' about in their sunlit adobe cities as the  train speeds ou to tlio.capital, and a pic-  turesoue lot they truly are."  OBTAINED  THROUGH THE  "USE  ,    OF DR.   WILLIAMS' PINK'    ,  PILLS.  Mr. William   Gray, of ,_.ew_i;irket, Toll-  How H. -Secarue   Hale aad   H>arty at  the Ad-ranecd   Age  of Seventy   After  'Having Suffered   Great Torture i'rom  Sciatica and Jtlieuuiatit.ni.  i-"rrr<��. ��� nl   ',  Aunt   i..!��� liel - "'.  lill'   l.i'IV. I'l'il    Villi  haven". M't'ii  Inn 1   :  lU'^-S.  Miss  M'-mly-IiV  'ft:!! ?>!��� ,��Ptlfe.  <     '.vliitl'-.  ;.';��> t rn,-  n   Mr.  Ha:;U:; - -.'���  ������re  fur -I'Vi'i: i  . .   ,1  ���.���.'tiled  In  he :.'f i' j .  From  the Express,  Newmark.t,   Ont.  Iir.  William Gray, who is   well and  favorably kno-wn in the town  of Newmarket, and  vicinity, is rejoicing over  his release  from, the pains of sciatica  and   rheumatism through the   vse of  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pill.s.   A repeater  of   the ^Express called  upon him for  the purpose  of  obtaining- particulars  of the cure whea Mr.   Gray gave, the  following   story   for     publication :���  "About two stud a half y��;ars ago  J  w&.s seized with a very sow-re attack  of rheumatism. The pain was slJi-iply  torturing.    At times the + rouble was,  seated in my knees,  then iu my hips.  For nearly a year   I   suffered    along,  working'as best J  could,  ;n   .'.../'hupe  of  being able to    overcome    the  disease.      During the day  the pain -was.  less severe,  but at. ��_ight  it  was just  as  bad as ever.   ,To increase my torture J   -aught; a cold,   which resulted  i�� an attaci. of sciatica' in mv right  leg.    If   L   walked  a  short distance  J  a  lilth-   Io<j  <-v>iil.<!i-ii!i,-i!   ihe  other  tii.-'u  iiuutie,  and   I   u>;a   rim  in  take  h's  -Ann  a f,'_}.  '  Aunt  Racti-l--\Vrll. he did, didn't l.e?  Mi.-s Mandy ���Ve-,.  In- uw.'k it elect <.',it  of the  hoii-;..  ami   in-   liavn't   boon   IakU  with it since.���Chir-as-'o Tribune.  HE   MAILED  HER  LETTERS.  Before tlie Flood.  A Cleveland daughter of 9 summers  who. is not well up in United States history and unaware of the'fact tbat she is  u limb of family tree antedating the Revo-.,  - ln'tionary period, accosted her father in  the following manner the other day:  "Fnpa, did any one living now nee  George Washington?"  *!I cannot say positively that any one  now living did,".replied tbe parent, "but  your grandfather did, and your greatgrandfather fought with Washington in  the Continental army during the war of  the Revolution."  The little girl sighed deeply and al-'  most caused her father to suffer a fit of  apoplexy when she continued:' "Why,  papa, ,1 thought Washington belonged tc  another world. You know what I mean,  tbat he lived before tho world was destroyed by: water."���Cleveland World.  STilted  Him.  Railway Official (traveling incog, on  his own line)���They say there has beeo  some fault found with the lamps on  these trains. Do you see a ay thins  wrong with them? ' '  Passenger���No. sir. On the contrary, they are exactly tlie kiud ol  lamps I like to see uped.  Railway Ollicial (highly pleased)���  1 presume you are a professional man.  Passenger���Yes. sir. I am an ocu-  -1st.���Loudon Fun.  And   Uncle   Sam's   Postofllce   Offlel-ilH  Promptly  Heetlftc.l   Ufa  Blander.  One of the worst cases of masculine,  perfidy in regard to mailing letters y.-t  heard by tbe writer was'brought to Lei1  notice a few days ago. The woman in  the case is a confiding creature, else shi��.  never would have intrusted this particular man with six epistles of greater o.-'  less importance. Not-that this man is  any'more than his fellows in the matter  of absent-mindedness, for he isn't, but he  was going away in the morning, and the  woman knew it.       ���       V  Well, he went, and he took the letters  with him. When he reached Philadelphia, he, put his hand in his pocket, and  there were the. six blue envelopes staring  up at him reproachfully.  Then the man grew,frightened. Visions of aii enraged goddess and of'a superfluity'of words haunted him and sent  bim flying into.a drug store for stamps  instauter. After,he had mailed the missives, however, he continued calmly on  his' way, entirely unconscious that at  least three of the envelopes were addressed to So-and-so, at such a number,  "town.".  Of course the "town" didn't mean Philadelphia'; it meant Baltimore, and here's  where the Sherlock Holmes quality of  Uncle Sam's postoflice people came in.  for they ferreted out this fact almost immediately, and every single one of those  notes was delivered m> Baltimore only -1  , hours late.  Now, the woman would never have  known how narrowly her messages to befriends escaped finding a long resting  place in the dead letter office if one of hei  correspondents had not sent her envelope  back to her all covered with" hieroglyphics and red tape.  The woman showed it to the mau. of  course, being human, but tbe readers  must applaud her moderation when they  hear that all she said to that abashed  culprit was, "Yon-might have read ovei  ,rhe addresses before you mailed them,"  for it was provoking of him, now, wasn't  it?  would be seized by sharp puins in the  hip and  ia time I becamo a used  up  man;   my   appetite  failed   me,    and   I  could not rest at night on account of  the pain.    1   tried  one medicine' alter  -mother   without  avail.    1   also    consulted   doctors  with nd  better result.  I was, beginning to'think that I was  doomed  to'suffer the rest of rny 'life  when   one  day a' friend   strongly  advised   me  to ' try Jjr.  Williams' Pink  Pills. I 100k his advice and procured  a supply, of the pills and' began taking   them    according,,    to directions.  Before  the   third   box  was  finished I'  noted  a  change  fo-r.-the  better,   so T  continued   the.   use of the pills till I  had taken  ten or twelve boxes when-  my trouble ha.d entirely disappeared.  To-day I am free from pain and feel  that life is worth living, even afc the  ripe    old age of seventy.    J can now  do a day's work .with  many men   who  are twenty years, younger' than I.   I  thank    God   for   my   restoration   ,to  .health    through    the  agency    of    Br.  William's    Pink   Pills,     'and! trust  other similar sufferers will give them  a trial, for knowing what these' pills  have ,'donc   for  me I am sure    that  they cannot fail being as beneficial to  olhcr_." similarly  afflicted.,'   , ,  It the blood is pure and wholesome  disease   cannot   exist. The' reason  Dr.Williams' Pjnii ..Pills cure so many  forms of disease is that they act directly upon the blood and nerves,,  thus reaching 1he root of the trouble.  Otho medicines act only on the symptoms of the trouble, and that is the  reason the trouble always .��� returns  when you cease these medicines. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills make permanent,  cures in kidney troubles, rheumatism,  erysipelas, anaemia and kindred diseases. But be sure you get the genuine which bear the.full name Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People on  the wrapper around the box.'  THE   ROYAL  BOX.  Edward VII bah wiitten poetry���foi  private nrctilaiion.  ' Queen ITemiette of Belgium,, who has  been suffering from acute broncliitLs, i<*  recovering.  The Empress rrcdi-ri.-k thinks that  there is no perfnii)-- in (be woi M wlii-li  equals that of the best eau de coloirne.  The hoy king of Spain sent sin imp,-)-  siv. letter to the Prince of Wales a short  time ago promi.-im; ln<, sympathy ami  support in iiny difficulty.' liis ehnngp'.f  estate must present this incident "with  new interest to J<Mwnrd VII.  ' The' prince regent of Bavaii,-- collected  the pitchers and v<*.<-V-l.v- ^f pt-.--|.sjiniv= 0f  Havana during the middle'ages. He lm<-  bur one, superstition, which i.s t0 hunt  on Friday. His grandfather." th,. spirit-  <������! King Louis I of Bavaria. �����������- an insatiate collector of old i!ii)bn*liaf��!  The German emperor Ii,'i.a often'pi oved  <hu he is not in tin- IcaSi airaid'of ridi-  v'ii!i\-inid surely  uovi'i   1 "in' so.  rfunirk.-.  IS ,   PERFECT      TEA  It is   Perfect Because   it is   Pure,  Wholesome,  Clean,   Delicious.  It reaches you in its natural state.    Prussian Blue,  Sortpstone.  etc.,  aro  aot used,  as in other teas,   to hide  defects.    Jt has none.  . A free sample of delicious SALADA Tea sent on receipt of  postal mentioning' which you drink���Black, Mixed or Green  Tea.    Address "SALADA," Toronto or Montreal.  A theory  is not necessarily bud because  finely  think about.  T  it is not practical.    Even  the  spun    theory  is something 10  The Sketch.1 ihan \vii<-:i  self. a-4. he did ilu- ml.ei <  ;::-!iphci| in l'uli htnii in;: ,  in 'ii'r Ik'HiI a rigiir. u:  ��� int unci] in a haiid!,-m<  hi- allowed him  ��� ii ���'. to be photo  "-tiiiiH!. boi-l'ug  ii- the 01 her  "lii'.-y muif.  Severe colds are eanily cure-] by the use  of Dickie's Anti-Consum olive Syrup, a medicine of extraordinary penetrating and healing properties. It ^acknowledged by those  who have us-pd it as being,tho beat medicine  told for coughs, colds, inflammation of the  lungs, and al! _f feet ions of the throat and  eh. st. Tt-.agreubi-ness to' the taste makes it  a favorite with ladies and children.  Happy     is  the mortal  whose Iii'-ky  star  dartles some bright color.  You may rub some people until  I her.-- is only a grease spot left and  you   cannot make ' them  bright.  ��� Jf you are in lhe right keep a stiff  upper lip and time. and. circumstances will prove it.  , Minard's Liniment Cares Garget Is cows.  In the course of time men may ad-  vertise for pensions und.oflires in the  j's   "want"  columns.  "    li'  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  �� The man who sleeps on his rights  may expect to be disturb*] by a  nightmare.  Some mortals are so selfish that  they fancy that even the Almighty  delights to give them the advantage.  In his Veoetaule Pills Dr. Parmelee has  given to tho world the fruits of, lonjr scientific research in the whole realm of medical  .-cience, combined with > new and valuable  discoveries never before known to man. For '  -Delicate a>-d Debilitated Constitutions  i'arnieloo's JJill_ act like a charm.'- Taken in  small doses, the ettect, i. both a' tonic and a  stimuluut, mildly exciting the secretions of  the body, giving tone and vigor.  .Salt ' may be- a greatacure, but'  there are some spoiled people ivhom  it will not save  Where one man lives by the' s\yeat  of his brow, two men five by their  wits. ',. '    " '   ,  The path .of duty mny be rough,  bi'it the conscientious mortal finds  the stones soft to his feet.' '  Airs.    Nation  party  politics.  is certainly  bard on  jostle a-man when  he  Is  I)o ,   hot,  loaded.  1 In order to prove himself self-  made, man is willing to admit that  his ancestors were moQvo.vs,  Cholera and all suium r complaints are so  quick in their action ih it flit, cold hmd of  deaih i. upon the victjins before they aro  aware that'danger i. near. If attacked do  not cielay 111 getting the proper medicine.  J ry a do.*e of Dr. A. G. Kcllogg's Dysentery  Cordial, and yon wjll get immediate relief.  It acts with wonderful rapidity and never  fa:l_ 10 effect a cure.  LA "TOSCANA "reliance cigab  t-A       1 WOW-UV.,    FACTORY, Montreal  'A sober man when drunk is as stupid a.s a drunken man when sober.  Thc letter   "e"   is  the, beginning of  every end and ,the end of every one.,  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot reach the  diseased portion of the ear. There i3 only one  -���-ay to euro deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is,caused by an in-  ��� flamed condition of tho mucous lining of tha  Eustachian tube. When this tube Rets inflamed you have'a rumbling sound or imperfect  Ilea ring, and when it is entirely closeo'deafness  is the result, and unless the inflammation can  be taken oue and this tube restored to itsnor-  ,Jnal condition, hearinc will be destroyed for-  ever; nine oases'out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for any  case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can  not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for  circulars, free. , ,0  JF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold by Druggists, 7Sc.  Hall's Family Pilla are the best.  Nothing     resembles  much as tomorrow.  yesterday    so  The pace that kills is not the pace  of the messenger  boy. '   ���  The wise-man gives words,  but he  keeps his thoughts to-himself.  Two War* of Telllnff It.  Onee upon a time a king in his sloop  dreamed thnt all of his teeth fell otic  before hitu. one by one.  He summoned'a soothsayer and,asked him to iutorr'i'ot the dream.  The soothsayer said, "O king, tlit*  moauing of thy dream is that thy family nnd relatives shall die in thy presence, one by one, till all are gone."  The king was very angry at that and  sent the soothsayer at once to prison.  Then he sent lor anotlier soothsavc-r       "lT ls A GREAT PUBLIC BENEFIT.*  fTiid again ashed for :u, Interpret,, tion   ��g~ D^t^J^^OUby S^  -leman who had thoroughly tested its merits  Minard's Liniment Cures Diplitlieria.  __ots' ��f women will give up easy  jobs and good salaries for tlie sake  of working all the rest of their lives  for their board and clothes.  Failure    i.s    one  of  the  things  that  awe .spoiled  by bucccss.  h   t  S V  A 1  f  '*-  '*  Is Uric Acid in tho ' blood.  Unhealthy kidney* are tho  cause of the acid being-  thero. If the kidneys acted  aa they should they would  strain tho Uric Acid out  of tho system and rheumatism wouldn't occur. Rheumatism is a Kidney Disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills  have made a great part of  their reputation curing  Rheumatism. So get at  tho causa of those fearful  shooting pains and stiff,  aching: joints. Thero U  but one sure way���  Cnrlnsr a. inccong-i.  Mr. Sinitlikin had heard that a sure  cure for a hiccough was a severe fright.  One evening, smoking at ��� his fireside  after supper, he was taken with a hiccough, which continued in spite of all his  efforts to check it.  Presently lie got up suddenly from his  chair aud called out in alarm to Mrs.  Sinitlikin:  "I've lost my wntch! I've lost my  watch!"  Mrs. Smithkin hastened into the room.  "John, dear," said she, "what do you  mean? W.hy, you haven't done any such  thing. ITere's your watch nl! right in  your waistcoat pocket."  "Don't you think I know that?" said  MY. Hniithkin. "I was just giving myself a severe fright, you know, to stop  fix- hiccough."  of the dream.  The soothsayer made answer. "0  king, the inlorpivtatUm of thy dream  is that th. family and relatives shall  die, one by one. iuul tlioti thyself shalt  outlive them all."  ' With this sins we r the Icing showed  approval and commanded that a present be given to the interpreter, and  that he should l*r*.e**n, home with  honor.  in his own case���having been cured by it of  lameness of the knee of. three or four years'  standing. It never fails to remove soreness  as well as lameness, and is an incomparable  pulmonic and corrective.  THE  WHIRL  OF   FASR-ION.  Bi;l Ji'Wj.j-��.  Siir-ti-Jv.vn.  The third lime 1 ehaniied cars a 1 t-!:r  iIoru_li_vilIe Union raili'oa.l staii.'t  .aid liiuehoi] at the lit 11 -�� grill; 00m, ji;--i  up tlie s'uv.vH ,the .jolly liuhr pr-i-in. 1".  rooogniy.ed me as fi n.'gul.*!!,; patron nii'l  (lie! .bis best to entertain me ���������bile my  special pot of foiTec, was'coining to a  hoH.     ' V  "Notice that fellow .who just went  out'.-"' ho ashed, .iiiicltling couieiitodi.i  10 hhusolf.  I hadn't noticed part icuhirly.- Inn 1  knew, ir would he rth-coik'i-rting to nd  mil, so 1 iH-ddrd viu;oi;ra:ringly.' say- s  writer in the .Yew York Il.M-ahl.  "Weil."    he   coiiijiiiic-i. ' "tliat's   '.Cm  Smith -��� Long    .lini    ;-fi:;iili    ihc\     c-,_  him���eoiidnctor of ihc Erie.  an.!.  ���������;-...'  he's laying for iik\  .Clivnl.st pra. Hi-:..'  joI-iT  ynti  ever  saw.,   Always  gi-ji,,-  rigs on ine.'and 1 never e,,u!:l get, har-l.  on him until last week, ami then I war  about as much snrpristd as he was.  s;   "I  was eor.iin-_- down  tin- street  am.,  saw a crowd gathered arutiml some .* a  ration  Army .singers.    Long .Uni   \��.a  away on the ed'^,o of tin* crowd, stiiiic]  'ng on hi." liptoes so lie could si-e i->. 1  ihe,, heads   of   th:>   rest.    Ue   hail   h..-  back to uio. and. stick;::... ov.i from 1 ::  ilcr his arm. v.-.-.s'a !;;g La;, of leim-::.  I saw my chance, and I sneaked <|iiir:  ly   behind ,him.   hauled   off   ami   g���\.  tliat  bag  of'h mens  an   awful   sv.ipi  with my cane."  IIoiv Hi.- little mau went'off into a:,  uncontroilaljh-.tit of laughter over the  ri'iiiem lira i:co.  He laughed till his sides shook nnd  1 ears ran down his face. I'Waited'till  iic had quieted down.  "Well?" 'I queried. "Scattered the  enion.? all about. I suppose." ,  "Sfiitrert-tl! Ho. ho. ho! He! Hi.  ,'ii, hi! Hi*! ITtiin!, Well. I should say  -0.   Uur thoy wasn't lemons: thev was'  Minard's Liniment, Cnres Col^Efc.  Many a successful man begirts at  the top of the ladder and goes down  ���when he has business in  thp cellar.  A. few weeks,spent in the-average  boarding,house will convince almost  any man that he ought to have a  home of his own.  After ��� the people make up ttieir  minds to"worship a man or woman,  he or she is at liberty to say and do  whatever he or she pleases.  Instrnmentu, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN   CAN HAVE A  BAND.,,  Loivc3l pricea ever ' quoted. Fine catalogue  30J illustrations mciled free. Write us for any  th-intr (nrJM.u-i_ or Itfusiviil Instruments,,       w  Whale. Eoyoe _ Co., *��% 'gig&Si,.  BICYCLE SNAPS-���'inrl0o. r.  price list of new, and second-hand wheels.    '  Special discountVo dealers.   We also .want '  your repair work.   Send repairs in now be-    '  fore the rush.   We give special and prompt ���  attention to country orders.     Andre Arms   ,  & Cycle Co., Winnipeg..  Successors to Hys-  lop Bros. ' ���. ���.- ���'��� ���  WHEELER & WILSON sewing "machine*  Rapidity.   Saves about one, day "in three.  Quietness and durability without noise or wear.  ��. ""-"i1 utiIil-'-   Best for all kinds of work.  as Port-ago Ave., Winnipeg.  ���    United States' Cream '  Separators.,,      a  Perfect skimmers. Light running  and easiest to wash. Will outlast'  two of almost all competitors. All  round ��� the most serviceable and best'  value. Everything needed in the  dairy kept. Write for catalogue*-.  .Shipments  of fresh butter wanted.  "XU"   WOUli., AVIJVXU-J-C.      ���  Do Not Trifle  with danger���and   remember  every cough   or   cold  danger.  "Vs7"_A___STTEID_,  ney  AR-jfri-vntliiflr the Offeiinc.  The absurdity of many of the common  forms ,of 'speech comes upon us, at timo-  with something like a shock.  A man who was..making'his way into  a crowded omnibus with considerably  more hnste than was uecessiiry trod  roughly upon the toes of a woman passenger. ..,'��� ,';'  Slip .',uttered   an   exelamatiou   of   pain,  .and lie stopped long enough to.say:  '    "I hog a thousand pardons.' ma'am."  "The original offense was bad enough,"  she replied, "without asking me to issue  ii thousand pardons for it. I will grant  you just one pardon, sir." '��� '-,  There was a 'general titter .is he sat  .down, 'and he did hot step on anybody's  toes when he went out.���Youth's Companion.     ;���"���'���,,.  Hon- It WnH Done.  Freslileigh���Pray, how did yoii become  ossified?  Ossified Man���In my youth I was nic".  ami soft like you. When I grew up and  realized what a cruel world thi. is I _��-  came hardened,- 1  Took   .Mutton.  ' ITe was a sm tion hand fn from a  three momIV spell of work, duriug  which he had ta.-tod no other meat  than mutton: also lie stuttered badly.  His eyes fairly leaped at the stuffed  turkey on the hotel dinner table,  though the boiled mniton made him  shiver.  Said rhe host. "What will you try,  Mr. St rails:-"  Eagerly. -Vll.t-ti-.v a h-bit of t-t-t"-  I'he word tinui'i'd him. Again, "(.'-give  m-!iic a ii-iiule t-t-t"- Then, roil fSi,-ri\  ind dislnisicd: "Oil. Ii-liam: it.' <;i\e  ue ���iiiuie h hhi'iniiiiy million' I |i.p. vj  t.   bin    I   c:iij   n ���< S'v;h    it.   auvluiw."  There never was, and never will   be, 1  universal panacea, in ono lcmedy, for all ilia  to which flesh is heir���tho very nature of  many curatives being, such that were  the  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of the  patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would aggravate   the  other.   We  have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  .friovous ills.   By ita gradual and. judicioua  uso the frailest systems are lod into convalescence and'strength by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid  despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to the  action of    tho blood, which,  being  stimulated, courses  throughout  tho  veins,  strengthening the healthy animal functions  of the system,  thereby making   activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tho digestive organs, which  naturally demand incronsed substance���result, improved appetite. JNorthrop & Lyman.  of Toronto have given to the public their  Buperior Quinine Winent the usual rate, and,  gauged   by the opinion of scientists, thia  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   AH druggists sell it.  Both empire and princess effects will be  conspicuous anions; evening gowns formed of delicate or diaphanous'fabrics,:  Heavy, lustrous, nioired brocades in  lovely monochromes, like opal ijray, palest ten rose, sea' greens and Persian  mauve, .ire once more in vogue.  Very fashionable stock collars are made  of white satin ribbons, with tiny lines of  a-old braid pur on at interval-., or those of  black bebe 011 a little loop held with' a  small gold or jewel button.  SiU-er pointed fox fur which is liberally  sprinkled with long while hair 1.- one of  the number of comparatively inexpensive  furs which are used thw winter for m-ck  scarfs and larire direetoire muffs.  Iliji yokes formed of the skirt fabric  laid in tucks or of insertion and pulfed  hands, nral*oS*i|iio bniidini; or nppli-juo  patterns laid over tlie on tire yoke will be  a feature of summer dress .kirt.s of silk,  .light wool and all . transparent' or semi-  ' transparent materials. ��� ���'        ���  V Among the minor.elegances of the .whiter, costume are the. small pelerines, aud  fichu'-shaped collets of sable, soalskn*.  grebe, bal-v Inmh..'.���'chiiichilia and very  dark mini- ./." -ea, otter, some of one fur  alone, othi-.v .'-..inbin.ed with a contr.'ist-  in'g7 peit.������'���!,��� ,d 'enriched with appliques,  points 1 :���-.,.',��� ��� ;��� (1 :i 1 lions of very expensive  pass..*!*"' :7 ��������� ;.*.' ��� ������'.'���'..���  In 1'������������' 'i.-t of exclusive opera mid other  oveni,.. wraps are long, stately garments  of creaai white ofiieors' cloth with a \el-  vot'y 'surface trimnied with bands or  olaborate ajipliq.ues of liligrei*' gold Vm-  broidiM-ics.or silver and .spangles iii paltii.  scroll or, .bowknot ilesigns. They are  liriell'with gold colored satin, and the b-'ll  sleeves and ���<������;,pe cellars are flei;an;ly  'ri.inmed.  Active. Energetic Agents to represent the  Old London Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of  Canada. Esiablished 1859. Largest business'  of any Canadian company in Canada. General business done on premium, note and  cash plans. Good agents can control the  insurance of their district with this company.     Apply to  -FIR.IE.I-)-   J.    -KCOI_X.-A_3SriD,  General Agent, "Winnipeg.  will cure your cough or cold  at once. It will ' heal and  strengthen your lungs. It is  a safeguard' for you always.  Take it at the first indication  of  a cough or cold.  Kkv. Mr. TNt-ton of Toronto writes: " I  ui.d two buttles of Sini.nic and take plc-stnc  in r.coinincidaiv! it. Thrrr is nothing lilcr it  for eo-_s*;h. throat and limjj trouble.  Slilloli h Consumption Cura In solil l>v nil  <JrU����istM in CmiikI-i and Uiiiterf Stiile's nt  y.lc, .30c Sl.00 h lioltie. 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" Thi-   led  the doctor   to   obtain   the  poison of live snakes by inducing them  to bite into Wads   oi   cotton,   and   to  give   the   lepers   carefully   measured  quantities of tlie poison   dilated   with  glycerine.    The iirst patient so treated  was a mulatto Woman  who   had  oeen  <i"_iic.ed wilh leprosy fo. ten years and  frits unable to   leave   her   bed.    This  woman1,   as   well   a3   fourteen   other  Jepere, im proved rapidly���the knobs on  ihe skin disappeared, the ulcels healed  rapidly and  the   sense   of   touch   returned.    This however* does not imply  <hat lepers are iliyit\iife against   snake  poison. >' '     c  7 1v.>_ A-Cotiio-iuti'-g-;  __. traveller coming from   the' depot  Ve.tcrday Sloj'j'ed for ft r__oi_le_lt to ex-  siniinfea .oathangii-gin fjrontof acloth-  '"t.g Store.    The 'frop'rietbr   ri.shed out  and asked:    "Wouldn't   ^ou    try   on  Some coats?"    "I ddnno btifc 1 wOuld,"  Responded the traveller; consulting his  'iniel:iller.'arid he went in   and   began  "vork.    No matter how dfte'ri he fcrni-d  hi. fit, he culled lor more   boats,   and  'nfte'r ho had tried o'n about thirty,' he  looked at his   'ViucH,   again    resumed  his  own   garment;   find   talked   off,  saying:    "I ^on't charge a   cent   for  what  I've  done;   liiing a  irian,   who  won't oblige another when he  can  do  it!    If I'm ever aroUnd this way again,  and,you've got any more-coats  to try  bi-,1'11 do all t cari to help yoti."  A WHEEL  STOBY.  JDYO.  K.  SCHrMAJNTSKLY.  "-No, thie is not fhe story of her firs'  attempt to ride, but is my, story of an  attempt to teach her to ride,  "She was a sweet sister, ,wa�� thi.  maiden, a sweet sister of Jolm Jones',  when she came to me one evening just  He old Sol was hiding his __r_-"i*ed vi&a^e  back of the trees' in the far west, and  asked me in an. entranciDgr, apologetic  way if I wouldn't assi&t her in her bi*  cycle practice, 'as. Brother John has it  pressing' engagement, and cajn'tbewith  me, and, any-way, he says you know  more about bicycling than he does.'  "Say, just then Iconld have hugged  John Jones, and his sister, too, for that  matter, but John whs not tliere, aaid as  for his saster���well, I did not'dare.  "Miss .Tones Wad been the posses-or o_  a bicycle about tfhree days, and as we  wended our w_y sid_ by side to hear  horne.to g<e.t th- steed of steel me informed me that she was doing 'jtist  lovely.' And she Also ventured the remark thot Bb_t actually believed ehe  could ride aloii-; dhly (.itegot bo ierriMy  frightenecl. ..    ,  "When we arf-fed at Miss Jones' home  she excu-sed,herself fw'o few minutes,  saying sbe wi _h6d to doit cm appropriate  costume; and w-igfi sh-'em'-ergeci from  tho house a little late**, dud in a neat-  ft-tirig g-aj-b of tho'bloome'r type and  lead'rhgtid'iambnd-frain. mocbine, why,  ii simply look my 'breath away. ^CJh,  but she lookeci chippfei-, cKic hncf dfe-  bonair, and my nfearfwao.at once smitten with her, thought always hod a peculiarly  sympathetic  feeling for her.  We would invito your attention to our  Metal Roofs.  A complete line of Builders-'  Hardware, paints and Varnishes always in stock.  o  Orders for Tinsniithing and Plumbing  given prompt attention   and  satisfaction guaranteed.  MOYIE'S  LEADING   HOTEL.  Unlucky Euel-iig.  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The baths antl valor, ate an invalu  ible remedy for silver and   load poison-  ':ne-    '.' .    v, f : ,- r     ,  " -"  ���wi���iw iii-i -| ���ii'ir ��� >M~iin~ i ~*i i  SO   ���YEARS-'  EXPERIENCE'  Trade fv.AFJKS  i   Designs   ���,  Copyrights Sea.  Anyone setldlng-a sKetcfi nnd descrintion ma?  ouicl-ly (iscertiiin our opinion ffeejviiether an  ^invention'tsj-rob'iibl? Datoritatile. Coinrminica-  tlons8trictlycon_dcritial. Iliuidbookon Patents  Bent. free. Oldestmiiency for sccurinB-jiatents.  Patents taken t.liroutth ISIutm & Go. receive  special noti.f,��wltliout chnrp;o, in the      '   .-  jely ilJustrnted weeKly. I.nrpest cir-  PTitoiany Ht:ientllle journal. Terras, ?3 a  ���%l*;��jibrith8, $i. Sryd by all newsdealers.  '        gQ^eiDrO-dway, fJgW YOfR  tOh\c.p, B% V Rt.-, WosJitnBlon. X>. OA  She- certairi'y whs the most beautiful  nnd sweet inortei of femininity ifc^bnd  been my pleasure toghze upon. Then-  was no doubt abou'ts tliis, tliis lesson  would be exfrerneJy ihterestinfir. There  would he no skirts to get entangled in  the wheels and chain rind to bother her  in her awkwnrtt maiJipuhttions of thr  same, and the -ime spent in tea cli i usher to properly manag*. the steed would  fiurely be just so lorig" a time of un-  .Dllo.vcd pleasure.  '  "Miss vTO'ii-es tind j v?��Llki<i to a street  seldom traveled, affcfer-rfctpdown __ad the  walk over the -intxJrVliimg-   .boTxxugh-  "fares %vas <iji exceedingly short one. Ws'  arrived .'at our des-tit-ation.    The first  thing, was to bhow-hei- how to mount  and this wns a stunme'.   I had assisted  many young ladies 'in their efforts tr  master the bicycle but .lJloCthem rod-  drop frame machines "And they all wore  skirtfl;   . This  case , was  far  dii-<irent.  However, t'got on a^ii- off tbe wheel,  using the _i_p, 'hian-faishion,' and explained t6 her iii detail every succeeding movbraettt.   Then Miss Jones tried  it. ' First I firmly gracf-ed the,handle  bar with one hand, heading tl_e frame  ju front of the paddle with the other.'  Miss Jones, reached over my arm; tbok  hoid of the grips, put her r'ght foot on  lh_- .step, made a lunge for the saddle;---  ,and.ker-_.qp, we both  .landed   an   the  hard   ro ad.-V ^L^vas _." underneath, ,\the  w heel made up the second layer of _h��  pile,  while. ^ii6S Jones Kit; x hot, too  eently} bn���top.df theyr,l_ole.   I thought  one of the ha_tcH_ baars had pifnetured  tny side and thht t was swallowing n  h.trog-enous   m^ks  oi. bicyole sjxikes,  good solid clay and rubber tires.   Miss  Joh-^s did not get of. the heap at.aJl but  pat there half sobbth^f, hklf laughihg,  and s_.kl J*he hoped I was not ihjured,  tba^ slie ivaa sb^ sorry, etc,    Wiili an  almost h,ejrculaneii;n fefTot't I rpiled from  njy pQsJtiqd itn'd^r ,ulie wheeiand its  fairi ,but Ivaavy btirrjen, and >aite^ polling paysetf tdgfttliei:, .g'ave Miss Jones  my, haind ,and helped her to her feet.   I  inquired,  ii she, were .hurt biit _��h. rejoicingly informed me that she came  out unfscaltl__d arid wa��i ready for an-  bther trial. , ;,   . , .... _  ,    y,.  ���"1, was, noi inu-h inijuved-r-oo���but  whatever thhughts I had- had of spending an ��� enjoyable evening1 were rudely  dispelled from my mind: No) I was not  In'lired.-, but I could cUihdHf. fewenr that  one of the pedaJS fed? that machine had  ct._-ou-._r few squari_-i!ri__-es of my shm  bbn.1 and 1 imaffineB'I^oould feel it  dangling1 aboilfc. xhyt eiakle. I was also  oware oi. the fac. tha-titibter�� were several  non-repairable puacttss*36 in my tro-*  ers and rtia. in-) an_ru>_ny '.vas. bruised  .and.. sone. in,. mdi*e" phkHd tboin. .1 could  enumerate in. a thn-6-page article.  . ,aifb toli; the truth I. was, hot at till  aiixiotis to cotttikhs* tlie dednoral.izihg  j,csNpn;,ks I wa^,sure.i-hat this exj>eJ-i7  ence would bo the dctitb of me-but J  wouldn't-for on-iris,_a_.t think of .teilr  ing,my, fair CdiTajpanic-n that I had to  give up. ,'��� ���    ,      1     '.-   '     ��� ��� '  ' ''No! she KhJc-iiid ,b& the first to edy it  was time to po'atpone the pl-actice until  another day. Twas bi lio]x-ci the wheel  was iii _nicti Condition, after the hdirl  fail, tliat it would l>eiha possible to .Use  ���it, but outfli'ie oi a fow scratches,, it  v^nne out of the tumble is did its owner  ���not in the leant damaged.  '��� ' "Well, we trded t,he mottntitig b.usl-  ���n-ejis over a^f-tin, arid thijB time I was  prepared for the shock and she did laoid  'en, the saddle mast be&iitifully. After  I had baJanced .the seemingly unixm-  -rollable-whecland told her to get ready  for tjhe start off, she i:a.id to Ime tbat sho  could ride fairh- well now that she waA  'ou and if I would just tako hold under  'the back of the saddle and follow'her in  'that way she t_i<)"ug-ht Rhe could' pedal  forward very well, p did as she tdid  me aaid after giving tho wheel a slight  push she moved off.-, _"es, she went it  alone all l-i^fht'. All I.had to do wan'to  follow her. At first she went slowly,  at what yon would call a dog-trbt, then  she inoreiiied her s-jieed. And still all  I had to do.w*as'to follbwher! '-. ' ',',���' '  ' "As,wewerebpOmih^mftrHIyonwaY-d,,  she qn ��� the1- bicycle' and I on foot, she  tusked me if I -iidn't'think this most  exhileratiDg- sport. \ Oi course, I said it  was. Then she; sa\o she en joyed it bo,  much that she would-coniinue on this  same course tut-til rBhe became ���lir'-d,  when- she would dif>mQv.nt, sjxd after <���!.'  The best of accommodations  r" t  ���' for the traveling public.  1 i  McMahoii Bros., Props.  GOOD LiatronB,  _LOBD LAKE CIGARS  S0HLITZ B^BiR,  "iVrite or'tall" ori   th_  only' Wholesale  Lirjnor store in East itootemiy.  ���   ��� fi.'j: Peltier,  i i t  C-JANimboi-.B d.    '  S. ^ WHITCOMB  House painter, gl-ainer,  ghi-ier .and paperhahger  ' AU work dii pferfect sur  , face gurante.d. Prices ac  cording to qndlity,- and  stock required   '  byie^ B. 0.  ami went, and I believe if I had not  hLated to ber th_jt I fiometimee became  fatigued, she would liave been going  'yet* But she did fLaally stop, and in  sheer exhaustiooi I fell to tlie roadside,  and when I liad time to recover my  breath and look about us 1 found we  were awa.3' out La the country, atj  least three mi_es from hocne.   She sat  ^^_,raCt"^.alitttow,ly'r��lniMetal  Ceilings, Immi-  "She dilated upon the beauties of j tatlOIl briCk Siding aild.  t]b.e -imnaer's eveaiing", the multi-colored foliage of the trees, the -iridescent  eloudfl which looked like rare jewels  hung in the western sides, as the rays  of the now obscured sun cast -ndescrib-  able glittering tinta over them.    But  poor me, my body and mind were racked  with pain, and I did not appreciate our  surroundings.   After the fall then, the  unusual, exercise, every    muscle  ��� and  nerve in my body seemed to tingle with  electric shocka;   I was just about done  up and when I would think of the return joUrney'_ay he&rt would, neariy  bound from it- natural and best loca-  tioni   Every breath I teok seemed to be  drawing huge chunks of solid air into  my lungs, instead of the ptire* country  atriiosphere which I was actually talcing into my Bysti-m.^ I was tired, sOre  and   disg-uuted with  everything, even  with the" maiden at hoy aid-, whotn I  now tlioug'ht one of the uglieatj most  uninteresting per'sorts ii hatt been my  mif.forttin''. to meet.    I -was' thinking-,  thinking deeply; thinking some thin^gs'  I would not dare think aloud, whiten I  was suddenly btxitlght to my senses by  my fait- companion saying;   'Well,- I'ih  retidy.'    So was I���I had to be, and I  al  once  arose and  grabbed   up  -that  wheel.   Of course, before I couljl start  her homeward it was ILrdt necessary to  get her on to the. bicycle, and 1 treh_A  bled na I thought of tho'task before, me.  .This  time I bniced mvself ogainet a  feace  and   held  onto tbat1 wheel  iik.  tfrlm-viuaged dedth, atid    when    TvtisS  ���Tonc-i boarded it in really artistic atylej,  f was greatly,pleased.' 1 started iieToi.  srent. j-, and thort took lib Id of thfe saddle  again, preimred to trot home back of  the young lad}- like a dog- following1 ita  master,    t was congrtii-datinc" myself  -lpon the litrtle trouble experienced in  /ctting her  et^i't-d,';Wben   the frb-nt  . -heel of the'b-Sycle began to wobble  n,nd chug! went iliS 8,__ handle bar into  fence.   Luckily, 1 was on tbe opposite  .--Ide of the wihee,' andpttllingterxifically  it tlie nigh handle he*�� I gotitand its  bui-d'en aguin porpendifcular. , This titne  L asked her if She Vt-eire inijured, hrid  -howing me tui aw-fiil-Jy bruised hand,  she bravely replie^j*'-. little, biit it's immaterial.',   Wh_l the. skin was scraped  'ff the whbie side of h&r hand, but she  '->ore it like a herbine.   And right here  1 .wish to say tlu_t I bbg-Uli to think-just  a wee little bit more c5_f Miss Jones thap  f had while we were sitting at the _*o_/3-  side a Way'backi .       ,  '"Once, aghiti. She st_.--ted homeward  and'by the way she,pumped ahd pushed  those pedals 1 luibw she was mod about  that becident^ aid as Shi*, gained speed,  ��� I tllso begtm to i^fealize that my powers of  cndurtutice would gh'6 but ete long, unless she reduced hei* gait.   At lost IhacJ  to give up but I said nbtbihg td her;   I  let her guide on homeward', asI,tbough^  she would feooii hotic. my absence hmd  then':would either dismount prfalloff,I  cared not which.  Buisiie went on and I  gradually lbst sight of ber ih the dark;-  ness that was grov/ing upon tlia face of  the earth',   I was glad tliatshe had gone  and I .leisurely cliinbe'd iipoh a fail fence  ' atu-tlie roadside and eat there infeditat*  ing.   i.w'as rnbH cleSr ihfbug-h and,.be  more I meditated the angrier I got,  Bb��  at l&si it clawiied iipon me thiit it ws._  not the proper, thing, for me to be feit-  ting upon a,,wayside fence a_ia Ietive a  young lady, to take hei* own way home  after nightfall..; IJbrforof horrors! sup��  pose she had fallen from heT. bicycle  and at. this., very, instant, was, lying in  the road, possibly vtiuii s. broken leg'  or injur^jj in pe_ri. other way ,so as to b^  unable to_ inove.    "Supi^ose ip. tearn o^  spirited honies'-fyere Approaching hnd,  the driver coukl hot see--that prostrate  form and ran, over itAl|.Ughjs the very  thoheht mad6.;ioy bi^cd rum oold.    I  juni{>ed from, the fence and started 5n  the direction,im'W'hi-li-J.dss Joties had  gone., t walked; alejng slowly, but oi  more horrib.Ie possibil-itie-s came to my  mind I. went faster until at last I -vytus  !ri_.uning as fast as I could, but even then  I thought I waSigqing- ?&&snaiHsj?ae^.  Half a; do_eii tiraes' I imagined I saw  Miss Jones on>the ground ahead _f me  but always found it to tie but a ha"lu<!_r  nation of my wild and^S-sordered bx/iin,'.  I. did finally reach tbivn and..because I  had not found Miss Jones lying on the  rood in a pool of blood I was sure that  ehe  had  been  spirited away  or kidnapped. ',  "I rushed to t>he home oi her parents.  Her brother John was sitting on the  Iior_.li smoking h horribly rank stogy  arid when I fxcitwlly a*kcd him where  hi�� -inter wis he lookod. n.tme.aH though  he considered mo a lunatic. I implor _d  him to tell me, for the love he bore bis  sister.      '     ',���<.������"  "He looked at me again, then sJowiy  turned bis eyostownrc 'the side of the  house.   My eye* foil .wed bis, nnd thwfc  Miuc 'Jon66   aU^xl,/ cc'i.L.and coll-ec't^d  vriili a heo/venly smil<- on her face, and  how beautiful she 'looked.    But I fell  to tbe (.-round in a,dea4 faint and when  next I realized, anything I -was in my  own rooni at hbmei ���Us-tJ-'Tny'dear mother at my bedside; '���?. lidd-ccd at her qu.o-  tioningly; and 'tfe'ta d-. ifi;  "Mother, bow  many  week��''_ie,vi J'l'b*bn ill?'    She  looked .'frighten��d;'-1"��h'_3.,   answered:  'Whyrmy d-ar.spHt^i��'.ve.been here but.;  a _ew 'hodrfe^.' J6M Jc'Sis'.' tin A hi s f ath er '  broilgV ��� ������AA'A.'-)y:i-j*��AT>;h  fainte'.i'' 'i'r .'^V  'A-A ���'?-'���'���!'  'tlit/.i'.v'i.-.^'i -v'.-:        ������������'iv'i-h'..',  ;istr;;'V^'':'  ���'   ' ��� ' '������.i.i:.'>  If Intending; to' gss^^aa_E_!aaacsa^^  n  "-^"fliT  @Pf2(H__;  tSW3S3B3B3a8at&  And covering capacity are what  show the economy of paint; not  the price per gallon.  FAMrft  Wears longest and covers most.  It is the best paint economy made  to paint buildings with.  SO.LD BY  STORES AT CRANBHOOK   ASD   JtOYIK.  NOTARIES PUBLiq & INSURANCE AGENTS,  l'C0LJ_E6_.I0iS,'S  Ml,031ETLV '"MADE.  W*|  ��� ** il *\*. v\..i\*A wm.  . . y*i lywV  -O&l  mm  M  M^q  VVlLDEY LODGE frO. te.  ' ' , V "  'Meets .very Monthly evening iu lliei'r  hull oil Victorirl fitrbet. Sojourning  Odd j^llowa cordially invitt-d.  V. h. KKID, X. 0.    '  ���i. l. iioJ^iji.sTF.iv, rivi'^f"-.'  F-IASK _)ANBV,ll.  .. jr. i.tkiis'lv, r.  GHAS. P.  CAMPBELL,  .   Ftihet"al Directbr  ' ibid  ���  Enibaliiier.  Gradiiatbof.Ohampiob College oi tht-  tlniteci States. Upholstering arid gen  era! fiifniture rei)'aiHn|. (jffice and  store, Aliken's block, near -Canadian  IJank of bomrlierce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attehd.d to.  Orahbrook; B. 6.  ���y*JJ.-�����-<_-U_.  ���rOHX   JE.AKU-.E.J   i>.  1 If  S.;   L.   1).  ^lElMTIST.-  Ul i . \  Ofhce and RcsidsncC  OEANUBOOK  Moyie   Miners', Union  M-G>_"7i_,    '  \feci,Sili AfcGregor hall ereK '"Ttic-day  venihg.     Sojourn ihg    meihberS    are  "ordiall^ invited.td tittcrid.  II. H.DhlobKi P.'Ts SAiv'tiij    ���  v t  President. .Secretary.  ��-���     fKl ^ *     **��� ���*-*��� *ta.l   -. ���.    �� \ yi ' fc  ������ nrnii��� ������mn.--/in i nfii www^iiw'i��wii��-i _���ihiwj  Moyie Board of Trade  Ivleets iii  the Moyie school  bouse oil the first Wednesday  evenibfe ut each  nibhtha^  . B o'clock sharp.  .F. P. JFarrell, l-'rea.  A. I5. MXcbb'>.AiJ.,    Li.M'rs l",i-0*-_-bK,  Vice-1'res. .  VJ'oLk.SAT.l3 ANb RKTAIL  M^Al1     MEitOHANfg,  ' Fre.sh and CJtired Hfeala, Fresh  Fhh, Ctrinie and Poultry, ��� Wc  supply only ' the be... Your  tiftd. srillcitedv ,  MAi.KKrs   AT  1 f,  MAC htoiX F0 R.Tr STEE 1&  FERX1B, ���        KrMBE_.LE-Y  WA 1.DNE3-, CRANDllOOK:  .[DYIE,   , ',   'Maih f'Mitje,    .  L_AVXifmr^SmM^JUmjs3iv���aga__^sss��  J? INE  TAJI-ORIJSTG  80  �����Kim.  Sec'y.  Coyi.T _U70Y_E.  ' (��  JSo. 4005.  Sleets on thc lust Thtirs  . ,       ���'     >   day of each inotiUi. Vis*  il;    i   -   .'.���.��� ���     '. \ >    -  itiug   breth'.TU   invited  tontleud. <  F. J. UDDRE, C. 11.       G. T. ?.icGKE'".OR1 R. S.  FOK  MEKCHANT   TAILQft  Fine   Suiting.";    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  B;  8  MOflE,  wm wm*TM*m *r_��w_Tfw>f r *.  ���A  .���Tin.CT ROUTK;  ... ii,)  I'U*  ���."Residential lots-5125 (or. sale. See'  D.J, Elmer.   ���'.''��� i  East.  \Yi n 11 i peg,.  TprpiHo,  Buffalo,  Montreal,  Boston,  New York,  WEST.  "ivooleiiiiyp,  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Sen t Uo,  ,    Portland,  San Francisco  V'a. Sbo Line,  Presbyterian     Church  SERVICES  Are lielil in SlcCr.'cgor'ball bach   Sab-  u'.h al, 11 a. m. ami 8 p. m. ,   ,  Snbbnth   school   anil   flaslor'o  bible  hiss j.t ���'* p. ni.  Tho public {ire invited ,ancl   will   be  .vi-lcomed cordially 19 each and   all  of  hese e-i-vicea. G. 13. GIlpIG, .  ...,'. , Paotof.  .TOSEX-il Kl-I-)_-HSTAZ>r'i  I'rop.  Eager beer .old  1.    ,  bottles.  b'y the   Keg or  doser.  BottlMBger  \        iii. Stock:... ���  ��� *   ���        '','���'. t     .    ,        v*. .    ,        ��� ,  Oateide Orfiers G-ivc-.ti Strict A tteniloi:  St. Eugene International.  ST. PAUL  CHICAGO  / U- fNtTJ:J) STATUS   ''OTN rs.  ,    , . 1.  Tln-OugH ii.keln to Eu gland; ihc   con  tinclita of Australia, Chin;:, arid Japan  -j'.p.trl  \i :!30 a, in.  1  S:00 p.m.  -Tl'AJNS III Ol"��K        Arrive  WEST i) :QJ) p. m  i' .     , ' ,  ���   EAST 3;50n. m  Apjily for E.-\tc^. .M'tj'-V.T.i'-'-. Qr,nl;-,,Ticl:cta aud  ,     iFul. mforu_!.liO'J to ���S'cire..tLocal  '    .������  . ��� Agent, ..       ,. V; '���" 1..  ������'���''���''���',������,' ;'������   ��� V '���"' '-*-V. '.  G. Hiliidi^'Afleiit; Mo'yife;  ,3, CAUTEIt,  Di.si, I?9ss. Agt  E. J. COYLE,    '  Ass't Gcn.PnEK. Aptt,  Vancover.  BARBER SHOP AND  BATH ROOMS.  <���!.  '  1*  -it. T'dgctio Min?,  IR. STONE- Prop.  Mojli  (VIE BOM TCI* f-TOl-E OF MOYIE,  1   , - ��� ��� ��� ���.  Call and. goo our i\ovJ spring  Mock;, of. .men/s and , boys'  suits just arrived.        .  ���';   '���    '���    7   ������      ,     V V      .    -''-..   V-  Ladie.' and Gents' Etimishiiig.;  See Hill __ Co.'o rieu-lo. of iies  They are beauties.  ViVIOYIE,B:C.  C- '0. BEMAtlBEZ,  Fllb: iVATClt  KEPArEJN1,'  rU'I-.NTV  . I-AI.S 2JX1 JJItlBXCK.  Fine slock ,01" serviceable watches ci  reasonable prices. Just the tiling foi  min ore.  *'    ,     '    :, ���   ,- ', .'     -  -.   1  Opposite .Koo-i.-J.-V IFo. k:  MW��an.mj_r.x.��tw*i  -,:>'  GUT YOU'E  P2���TUEEB FEAMED  Prest, the pliotog-ra  pfeer, has ^jus.t re  ceived the nnefet lot  of ., mouldings in  East Kootenay.  #. A. Prest,    ,v  PhotographorJ .  Cr.uiljroolc,    JVloyle,     fortaool.  Will Visit Moyie on  Tnesday and W-'dnesd-iy-  i_nfc��  "fPf  'A.  Mi*"&  I Hi _y  Vt  w  sS-Sf.  [If  m  m  .-.������rati  1 *��� ���J!'.,3_  WM  A*xm  HIU  to A \*  try n  H<Jits  i\WiA  "C


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