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Array FOR YOUE     ���  GO  TO  Till!  WOVXE l*rrAKMACV, Kootcmiy Hotel bidrt,  Jos. ScjfAicii, Prop,   licadins r>ru{,'��i&t.  VOL. 4, NO. .1.  I  I  i  H    ' ,.'  V" '*4tra<& ��-i �� , *��� *M �����*  ,  AT  .CANN��S BOOKSTOEB  MOYIE, B. C., APPJL 20. 1901.  12 A YEAR  I THE LEAD SITOlS  Reasons Given for Fall  in Price.  LOCAL    NEWS.  csV4s >pv-:  - , 'f *>. iV.  ^  ^| tOOO paMininer^ heavy digging shoes ,  #  I'      '���.������,���.'���', $3.oo;to$^;.5p.'|  ^ 1.000 pairs mens fine sfhoes ft  #' ':��� ,      ���  ���     ' $3.76. to.$5.QO. .��  ^ 600 paii^s boys' and youths' shoes . flk  M $i*90to 2.6Q. #  I; ��� , . '        A  tftfb A full assortment oHudies  and , misses  shoes  at all,   prices.    Coriie vlfo  rflong' and bring your feet with you.  LONDON MARKET LOW  Heavy Shipments   Prom Ifcw   York  to JJe tlie Principal Vaasn of  tho Slump.  Said  EEIB, CAMPBELL .& Ctf.'  ^���^Hot.'^^'  ���BANK   OF-'COMMERCE  "   ���   . ' Paid\ifrt'6apitai/'S8,pofif;oO(J.  CRANBROOK" BrfANCH. \    HUBERT HAINE$, MGR  $m  Sfflgf  .*.  JL  \^/    X  A  !_/ 1  < '      I3AA. MacKeksie, Proprietor.0 ��(-     ,    '  The  'Hotel for the"'masses. 'Evei*ythin# First  in; every,, respect.    Sample Kooms  for  Commercial ifeii.  DILOYiE;     " . �� !    British Columbia.  0>^>��->fc.,,Nk' ���^������^���^���'^���'^���^���>w''^,'^*'^,',^,''w^,^\^''^,>s&,>'<!����:  jTCT~ -jVirTr ^ligTh n  BESAUtNt.^K,  Jfi'o'p.  it  Larus   sample   room   in   cofihectleYi  with house for commercial men.  of accommodations. .  Best  Headquarters for C6mm'encia"! and Miniifcj Merit  aUEEN  AVENU3, ��� -- -   ���- iroYIE,   ii. OV"  jja-^.. >^--^. >v��.. >^. ^^.  5SS^S3^S  ^WMMm^M^&k SfefeESE ^^^  f;l  MS!  feiig  fSSffl  r~^ ir  Mig;ht be Equaled but Never  Exclled by any 50 cent Tea  Oil Eartho     We Have It iii  a an  There are no new devidopements at  the St. Eugene 'mine. Tiio ihill is  runniny today, but it ii only for tlie  purpose of putting through some ore  which wa5 in the way, and will ' likely  tiloee down lomOrro'w. '   ' ���     ���  The London   leacl   marked   is , thi-  chungetl, or'jf anything lower  tlian   it  was a week ago-    It id  s.iid   'that   the  American smeltlug'and refining.com-  pcny have 70,000 tons ,of load   which  they can throw on the market at any  time.    The price'of lead is  not   likely  to rise until this surplus is worked off.  The fall in the London   prices   is  said  to be due to the heavyshipm&rittJ irom'  New York.    It seemS that tho American Smelter utul Refining Go. in  making contracts with the mines stipulate  that 75 pet cent of the-product is to be,  paid for at New York  prices,- and   25  per ���'cent at  tho   London   price.    This  accounts tor the slh'prtfents to London'  at a much lower  price  than-the New  Yorlc price.',  The'CoeurVrAlone Mining   Journal  thus sums up the lead situation :  Some rnay a-ik, -why   tho  necessiLy  for a reduction of   the,, normal  output  of lead?'   Those convefVant-with   relative history for the past year will make  answer that the "necessity" lies in the  fact that thS  snieltenn'en   and   rn.'ne-  ' owners have quite properly resolved to  unhorse American   leadbrokerd   much  iu tKc same manner   that   the  cupper  combine   routed   the   copper   broker?-,  and in th'is   effort  ts'ey have   aroused  the malicious anger   of   \Xii   affected  brokers, who, in the effort to   retaliate,  have labored to "krn^k prices" b'y  de'  Glaring   to    the   lead    trade���jobbers,  manufacturers and retailers���thai   the.  prices oHead was certain to drop,  and  advising to' buy sparingly/ wliich   ad  vico lias been followed to such  an   ex-  tt.nt iliat both manufacturers and job  befs   not   only   find   themselves    ihe  dupes of false prophets, butin danger ol  being unable to meet the demands   of  any     army     of     impulsive   patrons.  These facti) serve to explain   why   the  supply of both cru'de   and refined lead  is greater than    the   demand.    While  the   lead brokers   have   not   eutirley  abdicated, it 13 certain they   are' about  ��� lo be forced ih"to' a   merited   and, everlasting retreat.    They lia'vs   long jug  gled ihe price of lead to th^ir o;vn   advantage, and the Wonder is   that  producers and refiners did riot utcdrl^   de-  stroy   their     mischievous    avocation  years' ago'.    The demand for lead   will  bo asi strong aa fo'rmeily er2  the   g-?nr  eral public realizes  the roasons   therefor.  .,   l ii".-  . LEAD' L'OWiST IX VEAP.O.  '* ' 'i  Nev/ York; <��� April 18.���The dewn-  wardcoursc of lead in Loudon was  unabated today, prices haying further  declined Js PJ, to%Xl2 2s G\l,' tottcliing  the lowest figures in years.  ;The .principal cane ,;ttribi\tec! to the  weakness is the heavy shipments from  this country. New Yorlc alone shipped *.t,��00 ton3 abroad since April I.  ,, irom tine date on Dr. Hig^in^, w:ll  be found at night at tho residence of  P. b. Hope.  Pat JMcNeil is on thesbk list.  Mrs.' Doig  was  down   to   Blairmore  this week.  Yesterday the last of the ice went  out of the lake.  JP. A. Anderson returned Tuesday  from a trip to Minnesota.  Mrs. W. S. Currier returned from a  trip to Spokane last Sunday.  T. E. Collins, the barber, left for  Blairmore this week to locate.  t    ' i  PJeale & Elwell make, a specialty of  prompt collections of accounts.'  Misi) Josephine Huggins left for  Spokane oh a i'isit this morn ins  Karl   Eakin   left  this   morning   for  Crawford Bay.on Xootenay lake.  , There will  be  an   election   of   fire  wardens held in Moyie on May ItJj/  Chas. Live&ley left for a three  months visit to England MondaV,'  Thod."Christian is now holding the  position of,meat cutter in Jell ittHill's  shop.   ,  Grant Th'urb'u'ru of Silverton Was on  ihU m'orning's train on his return'  from' Blaiiiiiore,  -        "  The Moyie miners union paid out  ���t'3J.O in sick' benefits for the quarter  ending March 31st.  iVter Carrig.m uurl Jatn'est Fraiits,  i wo of Moyie's old timers; left for Vancouver last Sunday.       's  Chas. Bies'3l made a trip' ,td Spokane this ��vee!c. lie reriorts' everything ^ery quite there.  ,    ,  ,  H/N. Brenton/ O. T. McGregor ' and  Win. Dallas left for a trip to' the Windermere country this week.  Section   Foreman   Crossmrfn   has .a  force of men at work leveling and   fix  ing up the'siding below the station.  Dan Sul'ivan, at-one time a shift  boss dl the St. Jfifgeue mine, d'ie'd recently in Eutte, Mont., of pneumonia.  , Tuesday's ea��t bound paas'cnger  train was delayed for a time at Moyie  oo account of"a landslide between the  town and the sawmill;1  There was   a    rf&*itf   given   at l the  home of   Mrs.   Farrell   last   Mutiday  evening.    Those who were   present report fin enjoyable time.  r*ark, Mitchell <fc ' Co. have d lar^e  boom of logs at the foot of the lako  vylncu will be brought up to' the mill  as Soon as the lake is cleifr'of ice]  A.   W.   Sutherland   wofj" the   boat  winch was raffled at the Hotel T��oote-.  nay   last   Saturday    evening.     Ho   a  short time afterwards aold   it   to   Constable Dru'mmond.  Wm. Toles foreman, on the wagon  road between Miyie and the sa.vmill,  had the misfortune of breaking a eii'all  bone in his leg near the ankle on  Tuesday last: lie is doing nicely.  ' '.Chas Petriog and Miss Rose Aunen  of Eeriiie were united in marriage bv  Rev. Father Cocc'oid at the CaJioiic  church list Sunday morning. They  will make Moyie their home.  D'. J. Elmer is in receipt of a   letter  from" Wm, Pierce which says that   the  Sp'bkans physician who has  fcharge  of  his brother Kred thinks there is a  oos-  .   ��� ���'' ���  *  sibihty of saving a portion of the sight  of one aye.  The work of lakiDg Ihe census will'  end May lipt. As the'eensus enumerators i\re under oath not, to divulge  any of their work, it will be impossible  tn learn tho exact.population of cities  acid towns for sometime la^jr.  I! BAY M SOIL  Prohable  Location  the Kefmery.  I?,  SONUS  IS GRANTED  Tlio Oeircrftl OplnlotJ   Seems to Be '' Thirt  ���     It Will  Bo  IHiJH   iSitlier in Toronto or .Montreal*  Montreal,   April   18.���If   the  Can-  adian government should give,a boh us  of 'f5 per ton on   lead for   the  purpose  uf establishing a   relihery   in   Canada,  the general .opinion   is   that  s'Jch   ie-  finerv 'would'be built cither in Toronto  or   Montreal.    This   opinion   was'ex-  pressed todrfv by several   members  of  (ho British Columbia "delegation,   who  spent   Sunday   here.    The 'staumient  was also made that  -the  ,0. P. R. was  heartily in favor   o'f the   refinery  tin A  th'e delfeta'es appear to be .pietty we  agreed that,  'if   the   desired   bonus  is  given it will be on condition   that   the  location  wfll ,be'   in    eastern    Canada,  fliey will   not   ask   for a continuous  bonus, but onlyifor three or four years,  un;il refinery is properly   established '  IJo&rd of if ado Meeting;.  A regular .meeting of the'' Moyie  ooard of.-trade was held in the sample  roums'of the'Kootenay hotel Wednesday evening, at which'-there was a  good attendance.'- .   '���      '     ���  It,was decided to have a brttsh b'u'rn-  i  ins bee next Tuesday   so   as   to  clear  such places as would b'a   dange.rous   in  case of" fire   during    the ,dry   season.  The work is to be done by   volunteers.  Constable DrumfrJond is to' have charg'e  of the forit;;  The board took exception l'd"��n ovii-  ''  side man   being   appointed   as   census  enumerator. It seems there is si salary  of $8 a day attached to the job; and-  the board thought there were sSvsWl  men in Moyie ���{���ap.ible of ��� filling tlie  position. The only re2s6ii they could  be ascribed was the fact that W. A.  Galliher only received -eight or nine  votes iu Moyie at the last eiestiou.  A resolution was introduced asking  that a former resolution which was  paaaed relative to the wage scale on  public works be Rescinded. This was  contested aud it. was (lecided to lay  the it) a tier over until the next meeting.  On Oihl FellOTVEhfji.  Next Friday  will'be   the  82nd art'  niversary of   the   institution  'of   Odd  Fellowship on the American continent*  Qf It being the usual custom to celebratd  the  event- by  a   special  service,   the  members of Wildey lodge   No.   44=   at  Moyie have made   arrangements,,with  Rev. Greig, the Presbyterian minister",  to preach a sermon on Odd Fellowship  the following Sunday evening, to which  everybody is cordially invited. ���  Unlike some other berieVoleni orders/  Odd Fellowship does uot claim,a pUde  iii ancient history,,although it id founded upon principles   long  established/  and the characters and   walks of meri   ���.  who lived   in   tlie   olden   time.   The*  order originated in London about tft'd,  Its original character wan assemblages  mainly for social purposes, but  having  an   initiatory ' ceremony," with   colled-  tions for the aid of  tho   ne&dy  mern-^  bers". <  Societies or lodges   of   Odd   Fellow's?  were organized iu New York,   as early  as 1806,bui' had   brief existence. ' Od  '  April 20, 1819,   Thomas   Wild'ley and '  four o,hers; who had been member's til  Odd .Teliows' lodgee in England, or^a- .  nized a lodge in Baltimore,  Md., - calling it .Washington lodge, No. 1.    fhrd  is the event whose anniversary will b*d =  celebrated next frid-Ayi  ���   A member of   a   lodge" ,ay-.'p'reston;'>  England,- visited   trite 6'elf-c'onstitute'd  body in the latter paft of'1819", and, ofi '  his return hoirie 'procured   from'   tlio'  Duke 6f, York's   lodge "of  Manche'steT  unity,- a document, dated   February i / ���  1S20, clothing the American organi2J;��-'   ,  lion with the pnvers of a grand ,as well.  ,as a subordinute lodge, under the title',  'of "No. 1, Washington lodge; th'e graded  ���lodge  of  Marylatill   and   the'   TJintet?  States." ' , t   ���  Subsequently the grand   committed'  of tn'c 'Manchester   unity   ciyiifirmeif  this    action,     thus    competing    the"-'  legality ,pf   the   institution    in-    the'  United States.    On February 22,1821/ *"  Washington f lodge   surreudere'd    the  English charter1, to   a,  body   of   paSgffe  grands, and'tbu gr.urti lodge, of Mary/  landaud the United States writ,'  regii--  larly organized, Washington lodge' 'i$-  ceiving a subordinate clfdrter.frotrt trit?   ���  TUci Ontario Accident Ins'ureiioo Coi  �� ....        'j . >  The'fifth annual report of this company, is ii'c'w before the public, and  shows remarkable progress. The rfet  lucerne from premiums for the year  was $81,268'.76. Eight hundred "and  thirtytwo claims we:o pfaid amounting  to?41,208 26. The reserve fund now  stands at $21,000. and the contingency  fun'd $&T,000.      ���   ' '  This company is- quickly becoming  one of Canada's strongest institutions  and its progressive nlethods are making it a profitable eomj^any; with the  public. Their latest policy provides  indemnity against disability ocba^ion-  by accident cr any kind bf sickness.  Beale & Elwell are their  representatives in Moyie.  new ghxnd lodge.  Numerous minor change's have Udot^  made, but the gf'a'n'd, underlying priri-  ciples remain the same, and today ta$  Odd Fellows have one of the wo'rUl'^  strongest benevolent orders,' 'bo'tli  numerically and rinau'cially.  '    Tfe'e >"ew Sa-.vmiH.  Michael Sheady, of the  contfacfiu^  firm of Graiit & Sh'eady, arrived lidiUd  from S't. Paul last Thursday.    He aayi  that tho machinery for  the   new,, sawmill in which he is interested has been  purchased/and that it will  he shipped  on May first add -win arrive here abotil  May loch.    The work' of  framing  the  timbers for the mill, will begin at once/  so that th'ere will   bs  no  cJehiy   when  the rriachidery arrives.    It is now  expected to have   the  mill ia operation  by June first., ,  h lb. tins;  -���^-AND'^V  MFNlilsid QUOTATIOW  t  ,              By "UutCh" of Craubroo'c.  .  North Star  S  .87  Sullivan   .091  Morning Glor}'   .05  Morrison   .05  American ltoy     .i;.  Winnipeg   , .084  St..Eugene   1..H)  VYr.rF-ajlc -  Ar>  Dr. John Barber, the Cranbrook  dentist, will he in Moyie in a day or  two and will be   propaied    to   do   all  GRANBEOOK    ITEMS.  C rinbrool-: ller.'ild :  i  . , ,    ,  Prof. Payne, phcnologist, lind Uypno-  t:'st, rave two entertainments   at   tho  hall tlie   past  week.    The' professors  ....,,, . . work in some respects was   f,iir;   while  kind* of  dental   work  at    reasonable   in others It   w.as  a   little   punk.    But  tin: majority cf the crowd   were   saiis-  f'ed so no' oi'o ca'ri coiiiplaid.  M, Mc/nnes returned Tuesdav. from  i trip to the prairie country.     He save  Now Train Service.  - * r �� i  A ntw trairi service on the Kootenar  Valley is being talked of to go into  effect abo'dt May 1. . Under the arrangement^ now contemplated, tlie Eoote-  n��.y Vallev- passenger from Spokane  will run only as far as Bonners Ferry,  where it will connect with a mixed  train for Kuskonook, the latter traiii  laying over at the lake town. The  run from Spokane to Kuskonook is  said to be too long for one crew, which  isi given as reason for the ch.tnge.  prices.    Tlie doctor cays he is a  little  scarred, but sli'l in the ring.  Thos. Graham was down to Jennings, Mont.; this week. lie &ayh the  new .line of rajlroad is survayed to   the  boundary, aad i.iiat   Jenii.ijgs  will   be jaitr-ibutct it to ti;e early s.now last  fall  the  southern, terminus. , Ho ieuorts i and consequent noor feed:n'sr.  considerable activity   in   that  section.!     Tf J   '    ���        ,,,.,'  ' ��� ��� -It 16 Jumorcd   that   Mie   stirvcj-   ol  , Ihere .was a pleasant party given by j tlie railroad to the .Sullivan  will   sta-t  Miss Haggarty-and -Mies  Arms!,ron^   as soon a'tf the-siirf-\oe   of   the < ground  T  I.-.V. Utv's Motlio^ Demi.  raid M. Lswlc'r received the sad  never since he litis besa in tlie country  has he seen bi_-ef cattle so   scarso.    He  iu the Farrell block Tuesday   evening".  Card playing and   dancing   were ��� the   ...��� - .���,  features of the evening,.and everybody i ing verv soon.'  present,  on joyed ,, themselves   in   the  {fullest.  w. 11 permit.    The. snow is   rapidly  go-  in/| so.itis hoped it will be  comr'ieuc-  Edwaui  rJuivs this week of tho death of hk  mother in Om-iha, Nebraska, aged So  years. She died at the home cf hci  son :u .Omaha, and her remains were  .taken to Winona, Minn., for burial.  T-'io Births Kiuidiiy.  ..      .   ; 'i . .>,.'  Moyio's popul.ition Was iricrea?ed Ly  two last ��� Sundaj'. A. baby boy v?as  born to Sir. and Mrs. L\ J. Kilmer ttnd  a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. P. j.  Cahill.  Mr  W^Sk^^ws^x^  $53Srat^ ^WM$Z  New  York,   April..18.���Bat-  Most of tho minei-3   have   left   the  silver, I iown   but the firm of  Bt.-ale  & Elwell'  59J-   cents.    Lead,   price   for! miners Ms aLilJI-h'ere find intend to stay.    So  if  and smelters, $437 at the' close     Coo- i y��U.wftnt'.insurance' of. any kind>  !lc-  per, brokers', price.. $17.00       "."     -  ,    ! ^"^C01 }e0l&}> ��r   v.ork   of. any de-  t      i     '     '   -,   i     ,.   '."^  * scripuon done for you, .you camxot   do   1st  London, Aoril 17,���Leiid $\% is  <k\. I bettor than Rive-it to M. A. Reale.  Xoli'-e.  Notice is heiobv given thai, ail   f)er-  sons who have  subscribed , for  Moyie ,  ..          ���.., ���,,���  Waterworks Company   stock   will    be',,Srod.P..  and they are owned   by  J.  A.  ..��L-p,1 f.,-> *,,l.-P nn-'iiVmr ,h".,,.i.c .���w   vr.,���'   Harvey of Fort Steele and   Mif.   Guin-  isked to take tip their shares  on   May  A. P. MaCDO^A:]tiD',  ,u)i'i'rpf..i rv  "VVol-Ic on tlie lioliatty.  l-'rani Ouiudon ii duing work on  the Doherty mineral claim, which adjoins the Aurora on the west side of  the lake.   There are three.claims in the  don.    It is their intention   to   do  considerable work during tlie  spring   and  siimmi"-  -n-  %���  i'  ��� ?.  -?'  5-��  iwmm^miMimmtmgmm L\^
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i in the SiVlLuger.erriine'* for- the' past
THE I0YIB LBADE ,      .     .      ,.   ,
_T — ^-v.:^-~4:l 3'car and drew froffi'$£'0 to .fl25-eaoh
"~              " ,   , ,   | month  and vet threw up their   hands
T-*.iMi«hed in tho interest of the people I .     ,   ,'   ,     *        ', ,        i^ „,irt,,„,
i -iui!Mn,u »!* «-«^   . t.    i m  u0iy  horror   when   tho  closedown
: came, sc afraid-were they that they
would starve to death if 'the mine
stayed closed for three or four months.1
The monthly pay of some of the miners
of Moyie end Eati Ecotcnay.
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jiathc or snuscuii'Tioj:
SATURDAY, AP--uL 20, 1901,
This,is Vol. -i,'No. 1 of   the   Leader.
"Judge:",   For   that   tired     spring
feeling'take a 1901 bicycle.
• If vou have not already cleaned   up
your yard, you should do so at once.
The United States government asks
China the niodest sum of §2£,000,000
as an indemnity.   '   ' '   *    '   ,
A iniue that pays a dividend of $105,
00O-every three months is not a bad
proposition to have backing a town.
The Moyie waterworks company
will be in'need of funis after the first
of May,"so all who have subscribed for
stoclrchocld begin-to "dig."  '    , '
Wm. J. Bryan's paper, the Common-
tr, says: 'The man rwho stops to
throw a stone at every cur that snaps
at his heels is not a good man to- send
for tho doctor when a member of tlie
,'amily ia seriously ill."  '   ■
Hereafter   children    under    twelve
. will'iiot beallbwed to work inTtussian
factories unless they have   had a com-
1 mon school education,  or  attended   a
,achool maintained in oohnectioh  with
"the factory.,
"General    Booth   of   the   Salvation
Army is'.72 years old; and  is in   good
t health.   Perhaps there is not a  Christian body in   the  world today  which
has done so much good" in its time  for
l'ihe benefit of the poorer classes as  the'
armv of which General Booth was  the
The Movie board of trade feels in-
dignant over the appointing of a ,man'
"from an outside town as census enumerator, and their grounds for dissatisfaction seem to be well founded.
The small vote given W. A. Galhher,
3M. P., "at the last election in Movie
seems to be,the only' excuse for the
action, and, this does not seem a valid
one. , I	
' The miners and ' citizen?   of   Moyie
raised $800 for Fred  Pierce,   the   man
\vno was so unfortunate as to  lose   his
eyesight in the St.  Eugene  mine   by
the explosion of a box   of   caps.    This
~-nranothor example of   the  generosity
., of the people of this town, and it also
speaks well   for   the   miners   who   so
generously assist their fellow working-
men when in distress.
is much more than that cf many of
the business men of" the to.vn, and
they have not one dollar invested.
Martial law has at laat'beeh declared
olT.in Shoshone county,Idaho, by Governor Huat of that state, and the
people may again breathe easy. The
governor in his proclamation pays'of
martii-.f law that -'its operation in
time of peace, after danger and. peril
are'over^ is repugnant to the United
States' form 'of government and a
menace to its institutions." It is not
likely the old tim«-conditions' will ever
return in the Coeur d'Alenes, as while
unionism is stronger than ever the
dangerous and lawless element which
atone time existed has been pretty
well weeded out.
Harvey"'"'.&" BlcOarter,
Haryoj', arcCarttr & .* JprantJer.
Barristers & Solicitors.
Mining Stoc|L,
Daily market prices^
frdnv"Spokane."r* "
v   wire
Johnny and Ills Mother.
Mamma—Johnny, I want you to be
good today."
Johnny—1 will bo good if you'll
gimme si, nickel.
Mamma—r.Tohuny, I want you to
remember that you can not be a child
of mine unless you are goodlor nothing.—Indianapolis Sun.
Gait Lake KocetliJ'.g-.
Great Salt lake'is beginning to ohow
the dram upon it, due to irrigation,
and is receding.' A canal to the lake
froni the head "waters of 'the' Snake
River has been'suggested as a poacible
rerr-^dy. "_ '
The6e Good New X3s.y£> i
".Are my codfish balls as goo^ as
those your'mother made, David,?,"
"Better, my dear, 100 per cent .better. Tvve didn't have boneless codfish
in those days, and 'every time ye had
codfi3h .balls somebody got chokek."
men to frarol and advertise for old established
house of solid financial standing. 'Salary ?7S0 n
year and expenses, all nayable in cash. Xo cau-
vixsing required.' Give references f£& enelose
self addressed stamped euvlbpc. Address aian-
ager. 353 Caxtori Bldg., Chicago, J-l
Notary Public, 'Accountant,   Commission  vanp
Insurance Agent.
Money to Loan! ,
B. C.
w: ^"''"gitrd,
B. C.
E.X ELfTON,        k
Commission   and   Insurance
Anont.   „ ' I
o    -.iOUDONMUTtJAL'hRIii
Insurance. Co.'.-
Fort Steele,' B. O.^
. ■•G.'Pr HIGGINS,
Bhysician and.Surgeon
•FARRELL' block.
British Coiufiibia.^
Ua-lcyon llot Springs.
The most complete health resort on
the continent of North America.   .Situated    midst   scenery -unrivalled   for
aranduer'.     THE- IIALCYON    HOT
81TUNC3  Sanitarium, Halcyon   Hot.
springs, Arrow Lake, B.. C.    .Resident'
physician and nurse,    Boating fishing
and   excursions.      Telegraphic    communication   w.ith   all   parts , of,   the
world.    Two mails arrive  and 'depart,
daily.   '-Terms, $15  to  $18   per   week,
according    to   residence   in   hotel   or
villas.    Its baths cure all   nervous and
muscular diseases.    Its waters heal all
kidney,   liver   a,nd   ston.iac.h   troubles.
The baths and \vaters   are   a.n .inyalu
ble r.em.edy for silver and   lead poison-
Oity   Shaving   Parlor,
c  .CENTRAL  .HOTEL.   '       „':
•Moyie, B'. C.
Send Your Work
To ,tjig
Where it  will be Done   Satisfactory.
P. LUTjjTEE., S?kop.
J?. V. HOPBs
' i
Chenuhtsincl DrogrsJHt,
For your outfit.   .The largest stock in
, East Kootenay. „
v '; 4 i
/EEID & CO.,
r (> ^
ii \  "
Keep Your ;.Eye^ ■ /
$&cK ti$$t fancy .sckk, white and colored
.starched ^hirt3,negligee slixrts, under-
"wear; Men's felt shats in all shades
and qualities. Ladies' : Bailor,, hats
children's ha^s.
<   '/03JVS/TOJV   B.BOS.
1 Thiri Hotel is New and well Furnished. The |
I -Tables are Supplied with the Best the §
8       Market affords. The Bar is Filled with 5
^   MOJTIfi,
the n est Brands of Liquors and Cigars. |
r»jnTisn COLCMWA  ^
QUEEN'S AVENqE.  '     .
fish, jfless: '
'.   AN3plA  FOWL '
ofIdhs best Quality at.liv-
'   ing prices.
Boating on Moyie lake has already
.begun and the pleasure season for tl.e
people of Moyie is at hand. Moyie
lake'is ooe of the prettiest bodies of
water iu British Columbia,' and year
after year the uumbor who take advantage of it as , a pleasure resort increases'. This coming season bids fan-
to outrival all previous seasons.
With between 50 and GO men working in die mine; 75 men working for
Messrs. Grant & Co., between 20 aud
30 men working for Park, Mitchell &
Co., and the various other smaller
prangs employed about town, Moyie
will still have   a  com'ortablo   payroll
Notice i? hereby given that j. iia-ve 3jee.ii instructed to collect all bills and other debts due
to Win. Mills, sometime leasee of the Cosmopolitan hotel,. Movie. ' All parties indebted to
win Mills will please coininuuicate with me
forthwith. ' LEW rS THOMSON,
.-.Loyic, March. 190JL. ,_ . 3"ls
Notice is nereby given that I, D. 3. Martin,
minor, intend 50 duys after date tp tjppJj' tP -1'10
chief coinmifcsioner of lends nnd works for a.
special license under laud act to, cut and eairy
away timber op the followjnB described lands
.situated in the vicinity of the upper sioyie
lake towit: Southwest comer post .situated
about 01'ehg.if mile northeast of Moyie rjver
falls; thence north SO chmns, thence ea»t 80
ulmius, thence south SO chains, thence west &0
chaius to place of commencement.-
o.ir. mar ris.
Moyie, 13. C. Kefe. 20th 1901. "   3-10.
Barker .Shop.
Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths.
Opposite   Cosmopolitan     Hotel
5J7. &.  FOJSy Prop,
■���■■mi ■iiwh—wwffmi»^»i^w^t*|r,y,*e-*nFT,^,_—ZLlLZz-:"U^.-
Fresh new milk delivered to al'
parts of town twice £ day. Satisfac
lion guaranteed.
Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.
Breud .delivered
;     to any .part o   the .city.
Always ox Hand .J      ('    .
, A. SLINK", Prop,
" -     OR«RAE
Call and examine my "new
.stock and you will be -convinced that I have.the best
brands there are in the market.
'- ' Xrt.   I K.-W.-G.   Ul.OClt, -NKUiOX.'II. C. '
Gold, Silver lead andCopP^r in inris Wanted tit thoEXCIIANGE
3 •       'EltEE MILLING- GU'LP yropertiRS wanted at once.for.Eastern
$ .investors. - .«-,,.,
S ," '"  Pmtjes having mining property for sale arc  re,q,ue6t£fi .to rsoud
} ' samples gf their ore to the EXCITANGE-for exhibition.  \ _'       ^
•§    '   '   We desire to bear from prospectors  who hav.e   pro,tr):.8;ng jmn-   ^
%   eral claims ip British Columbia.   . ■     -       ■ ?•
^ '        Prospectors and mining men' are  requested  tp  in,at:.e .tjse ^V   ^
j^ j0HANG£ their.headfjuarters'wh.cp.in Nelson.   ' . " &
2      V,; All samples should be. sent by express. PiiEPAlI).     ■
Vi Correspondence Bolicjt.ed.   Address ail oommimioations-to  c
V "Telephone So. 10L. P„P- Box 70°-  . / NBLSOBT.-ip.-p.
m uumjmm,imm
Clothing,   Gents5   .-Furnishings,
, Boots, Shpesfl Hats9 Gloves, Etc.
OOME'Aj\tD sue us.
VICTORIA' Avtf., Moyie, B.'O
T. V, LDW3STBY, Proprietor.,
Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations   for   tra.velei-.-i.
'   ■,      liquors and cigars kept in stock.
Lake Shore Addition
Best   <naaat
Keitdoorto Kootenay LTotcl. Vic-
.toria 5-treet, >ro.vie. B. C.
V-,^- ^r^ ^-^ f W ^^  '-^^ 'Z^' '^'^ ^^ ^•'^s"7v- ?**    K* <& wr 7Crv
}   The  only   iip«r>o   in   East  .Kootnuy   ^
I    heatcKl throughout with holai*-. J
J    First class'iii  every   respect.    Special    ,
1    rates to boarders.    Good sample   room
for commercial men. .
European plan'.    Open day and night
Notice U hereby gi vou that J.  Hen J.  Ryley,
even    though   the   Eugene   does    not joiner,   intend   ,-,ixty  days
aftc-    date    to
start up again iu full   blast   for   a
Streator, III., claims to be the best,
organized town in tlie country. Tito
city is said to be howell organized that
it is impossible for a. man or woman
(o work on any job without holding
ni'iinbir.-diinin s-oniu organization. As
a rosult of thorough organization, the
wages of all trades have been increased
and their working conditions much
There has been so much good argument used by both the mine owners
and the miners union of llossland that
it is difficult to arrive at a decision as
to which is at fault, 'One thing however is certain, if the mine owners have
Pinkerton detectives employed to
Watch their employees the union has
just'Aii.ck coming. Pinkertonijm and
unionism never went hand in hand,
nor never will.
upplyro the chief ..omhiKMoner of land and
works, foi a bpeciul license under laud act to
cut and curry awny timber o»'!l:<> following
described luads situated in tho vicinity of the
npt.cr Moyie lal:e towit: Pouth east corner
po^thitn./.ed itbuiit •,i'iuil')=! north \vc^ of the
Moub river fallB: thence west ciiclHy chuiii«.
Uie'neciJOitlifiOuliAliis, thence eu.st SO chains
thiMieo south SU ciinins to the idaci' of com-
meace.nent. ' BBS J- nVLKY,
.Moyie, B.C. Toil. 23th 1001. :^<G-
Areated Waters of all
—FOR— '
Baggack,    Exprk.-s   and    Gksehai.
B. H. SMAU Prop.
OKANEEOOK, - :   B. O:
L,,,^^^ ^^*+«**^±±Z!ZZZ?^^
Orders Soiicited.
Soda Water  and Syphens.
Anvo-ie BBii'llnB ,i Pkctrli and description may
Patents-taken tnroiiKh Mumi 4. Co. receive
sr-ccial notice, without clinree, In the
jot .--.. >* £■: ^.  . "JTW^js AiAa
your   1'inr .iiontus, ,-,.i.  c-.w ""<""   ■- - „      ,
MM- tCo -wiBro-hw. flew York
" Brniicli onicorfe F St.. Washington. D. C.
B. 0
Prices Giveii.
and Orders
Taken onj ,
in the Printing
■. ;', ■' ■.      '/       ■".
Line at the
N.'SA. JMacKenzik, Proprietor.
The   Hotel for theSmasses.   Everythin^~ First
iny every  respect.    Sample SRooms  for
Ooxnmercial Men.
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r$0 m  wSfim  BP  B5-  ... .'T'iWk  ���''JKi-.-JJ-.^.jf.  " ���>���%  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  lie'Certainly Wnw a Piem^. ,  The stage was rullhig along the canyon trail when ' suddenly the horses  reared back on their Launches as, a  lone highwayman with a Winchester  appeared on the scene.  "Step out of the hearse, ^gentlemen,  and hands up!" he ordered.  One by one they climbed out. with  elevated hands.  The highwayman relieved the party  and several times, was forced to remind  f,frone nervous little man to'keep his hand  " from his pocket. , * '  "What's the  matter with  you?"  he  finally   roared.   , "You   make   another'  move like that, and I'll pump tho slugs  in you!"  "Please let me," pleaded the little  man as his hand again slid toward his  'pocket.  "Please let you!" roared the desperado. "Please let you perforate me?  You're imposing on my generosity, sonny. Look out! Look out! - Keep your  mit away from .that pocket, or by the  Eternal"���   ���  "But it won't hurt you!" protested  the litt!o,man��� "It won't hurt you at  all! Stand just as you are now and  keepyom: rifle leveled. There! That's  it!"  And while the highwayman was recovering from his astonishment the little   man   had   flashed^ his  kedak  and  MOTIONS OF THE  HANDS.  "an on the plat-  t sh^s a close  hy, she's been  for years.     She  ''."^''���ysnapped the button.  m  How Sixs ICnew.  Mr. Le Jecics���Well,.Miss Coldcash, I  ^'suppose  you , received   a - good   many  "'birthday cards?  Miss Coldcash (sweetly)���Oh, yes, dud  there was one particularly dainty and  artistic. -1 am sure it came from you., -  Mr. LeJecks (delighted)���What makes  you think so?  Miss Coldcash���Because I sent it to  you on your last blrtbday--TU-I3Jts.  Annoy In izly 'Precise'. I  "Imitation," re marked' tho wise man,  "is the sinccrcst flattery."      '   ,. ���/, "-  "Indeed," answered the cold blooded  Iconoclast. "I wasn't aware that any flattery1 could be 'sincere.' James, pass the  dictionary."  Dear Sirs,���This is, to certify, that  U',1 have ' been troubled with a'lame  | back for fifteen years.  I have used three bottles  of    your  MINARII'S LINIMENT and am com-  Jpletely cured. ,    ���  It giyes me great pleasure to    re-  |fcomincnd   it and   you 'are at liberty  $|to use this in any way to further the  ?use' of your valuable medicine.  Two Rivera.   '   '        . '  ROBERT ROSS.  M  n  ���mm  Hove the Railroad. Ticket Seller  Heads CUa.rjt.eter In Them.  A ticket seller at an "L" station  amuses himself by watching the hands  thrust into his little window; not as a  palmist would, studying the shape, the  length of finders or tho joints and measurements. The motions of the bauds interest him.  "Do you see that w  form?" he asked.    "I' .  one.    How do I know?  coming to this station  never offers more than a dime and puts  out one finger and at the same time tells  me in a  positive tone 'Just one.'     She  holds on to the dime in a lingering way,  as if she hated to turn it loose.    I know  she gives it a parting squeeze.   And she  snatches the nickel I slide out as if she  was afraid some one else .would try to  get it. , ,.���._...^_.____���.���_  "The impatient' man is standing just  behind her. I'd hate to^ live with him.  He flings his money at me as if it burned his fingers,1 reaches out for his ticket  and claws at the window ledge if I delay  a moment. Then he snatches it up anil  runs through the turnstile. No, it is not'  because he,is in a hurry.. ��He always  does the same way if there isn't a train  iu hearing distance.  "Then there's the generous man. He  throws,, down some money, doesn't wait  to count his change and is off. Sometimes he forgets the change and leaves  it. Once he gave me a dollar, got his  ticket and rushed to the train. I "saved  the 93 cents for him, and next time I  saw him I gave it to him. But he pushed it back good-naturedly and said: 'Oh,  never mind! " Buy the baby somethjtir:  ���with-it and give her my compliments;  she's got an honest daddy.'  "The  timid   woman   puts   down   her  change iu a hesitating fashion.  "And the careless woman���she waits  until she gets to the window to hunt  bur change. Then she dives down in her  pockcthook and fumbles about, pulls out  .samples and truck and sometimes drops  her nickel after she succeeds in finding  it and has lo look all over the floor for it,  while the people behind fume and fret.  There's generally something-the matter  with her gloves. '  "Tho,cautiousi woman gives everybody  Ihe jimjnms. She takes out her money deliberately and insists on banding it in to  me with precision, which she accomplishes hy gingerly putting her thumb and  .forefinger through the little hole,.in my  window. When! give her the change, she  counts it carefully, sometimes twice over,  to-be sure there is no mistake, and she  never seems aware that she is blockiiig-  the way.o She is never in a hurry, and if a  train, or two go by while she is getting  this matter straight that doesn't worry  her. Her .'maxim is one thing, at a time,  and she prides herself on not making mistakes.  -  "Another character in our 'business is  the man who has a good sized bill. , He  looms up just as a train is approaching,  and the line" behind gets as wildly excited  as if that was the only one for an hour.  It takes some time to give out the change  and for him to count it, but he manages  to catch the train every time. People behind him"don't. That's' where the trour  Lie comes in. ,o .  "Then there is, the transfer fiend 'who  asks'a hundred questions, about how to  get to a certain place, and then goes over  tho same conversation with the gateman.  What hasMhat to'do with hands? Nothing, except that I've been at this stand  many years, and while I don't know the  face of a'single one of these individuals  I can. tell them by their .hands."  hlj  IF SIRING WOMEN.  A MESSAGE   OF  HOPE  TO  THE  WEAK AND DEPRESSED.  fc  8  Grateful Woman Tells of Her Release  Kiom the Agonfes That Afflict Her Sex  After Three Doctors Had Failed to Help  Her.  I-V^SSX  Holiday Tourist���How  long is  this  road,-my man? c  Yokel���About 24 mile.  Tourist���Twenty-four  miles?    Why,  sorely It Isn't bo long as that?  Yoke!���Waal, p'r'aps it may be about  ten or so.  Tourist���It doesn't seem more than  tw�� miles long to me.  iTokel���Well,   p'r'aps ' you're ��� about  right.  ���Tourist���Confound you I I'don't believe you know anything about It el  all!  Yokel���Waal, I cannot say as E do,  mister, enme to think on it!  tinconscioc* Humor.. <  Neither Bret Harte nor Mark Twaia,  when they wrote of the Luck, of M'liss,  of Captain Ned Blakely. of Buck Fan-  shaw and Scotty Briggs, had any idea  how great they were or even that they  were great at all. They never dreamed  that these sketches for the "local, journal  would outlive the week that saw their  birth and at last make the circuit of the  world, becoming a part, of the permanent  wealth of man. That gives these stories  their inimitable charm. There is none of  thec striving of the funny man ia what  belongs to that first period, no setting of  traps for .our admiration., This is the  same as saying that there is none of that  instinct of egotism which prompts a man  to laugh at his fellow, to show how much  wiser and cleverer ho himseif is. It is  all free, generous and bountiful as the  sunshine of the land whore it was conceived, full of the spontaneous life of nature  herself.  The amount   of   suffering borne by  womon  throughout  the  country    can  never  b,e estimated.   Silently,   almost  hopelessly,  they, endure from day  to  day afllictions that  can  only fall    to  the, lot    of  women.      The  following  ^^?r^_ of tne suffering and release of  -airs.-Charles  Hoeg,  of Southampton,  N.S.,   ought to bring hope and health  and happiness to other sufferers. Mrs.  Hoeg   says :    "For nine  out  of    tho  tfcirty-tvo years  of my life   I have  suffered as no woman, unless she has  been similarly afflicted, can imagine I  could suffer and yet have lived. Three  weeks out of four I would be unable  to move about and,  indeed,    at    no  time was really fit to, attend to   my  household   duties.     I' consulted - physicians���Tfaree     of   the , most skilful  doctors  in the county of Cumberland  at'different times had charge of    my  case.    These all agreed  in  their diagnosis,   but the treatment varied;  and  while  at    times I would     experience  some relief, at no time was there any  hope given me  of a permanent cure.  Many a night when I w:ent, to bed I  would have  been  glad if  death    had  come   before   morning.      T never had  much faith in proprietary medicines,  but at one time I took a half dozen  bottles of a blood-making compound  that was highly recommended.   This,  like everything else, failed to help me.  There seemed to be not a-particleflof  blood dn my body.   My face was absolutely   colorless,  and    my appetite  almost entirely-deserted me.   I often  saw in the newspapers  letters testifying to the merits  of Dr.  Williams''  Pink Pills, but'nine years of suffering  and    discouragement    had    made me  Loo sceptical to see any, hope of rer  lief when  doctors     had  failed  to'effect ( a   cure.   But at-    last   I came  across the story of a cure near homo  ���that of Mr. Moses Boss,       of Rodney.   I know that,  at    one  time    he  had been regarded as a hopeless con-,  sumptive,  and  his cure  through , Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills- determined   me  to   try  them.   I  had  not  taken  two  boxes before I. began  to    feel better,  and grew confident of a cure.   I kept  on taking the pills, all the time feeling new  blood  in my veins,  activity  returning to my' limbs,  and the feeling  of   depression   gradually  wearing  away.    To many a/omen it may seem  incredible   that  the mere  making    of  new blood in,my veins could restore  to a healthy  condition misplaced- internal organs, but this has been my  happy experience.    My pains have all  left me,  and I am now as healthy a  woman as    there   .is   in   this   place.  This health I owe" to ,Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills,   which    have rescued  'me  from ,a life of suffering,  if not    from  the grave." ���  Dr. Williams. Pink Pills are especially valuable to' women. They build  up the blood, restore the nerves, arid  eradicate those" troubles which make  tlie lives of so many women,' old and  young, a burden. Palpitation of the  heart, nervous headache, and nervous  prostration speedily yield to this  wonderful medicine. These pills are  sold only in boxes, the trade mark  and wrapper printed in red( ink, at  50 rents a box or six boxes for  S2.50, and may be had of druggists,  or direct by mail from pr. Williams'  Medicine company, Brockville,  Out.  is a sure indication of Sexual Weakness or other Nervous trouble, Failing  Powers or Diseases of the Kidneys and Pelvic Region. A woman's backache tells of that weakness which makes it a labor and agony to live.  Backache and ' its >^��i!fc. PJ 53 |S23ft>s ZSSS&a JBEfe>. at home by the  numerous     causes   GF g      |j Hi~^ ����m      im      g3  patient     applying  can quickly and ^L^fer %*^J�� ijpi |j���_ m^^M to tlie acnin�� sPot  positively be y^s$0r   ^fe��7   gj      S ESssiffii We&s?    a      unique,      safe  and successful method of electric treatment which gently and soothingly  dispels pain and saturates the whole body with renewed vigor, making  life -worth living.   It is known as  J)r. McLaughlin's Method of Self-Applied Electrical Treatment.  It is worn comfortably at night while the patient sleeps, and,DOES Nt>T  BURN OR BLISTER, as do other appliances which have enough power to  ba curative. i  After you are cured you can pay me, and then the prira "will be only  one-half what is asked for the old style' belts, which, have' been. blistering and burning the backs of the wearers for the past 30 years. My belt is three times as strong as any  other Belt sold;- and is the only one  that does not blister the flesh. '"  Extracts From a Pew of the Testimonials on File in Our Office:  I would say to all who are troubled with  lame back, and all diseases common among  men. that your belt i3 what they want ij  get.   V' nrs truly,  Oxbridge. Ont. A. h. Widdifield.  I would not take double what I );aid for  your belt i   I could not get another.    1  huvji't been troubled with, my  buck sine'  u-ingit.   Youis very truly,  .   Keriiik'ott.Ont., II. Davi.-.  My back is entirely well, tlie pain is i�� '  gone rind iUl tuy otuer ir ublea hwc left m<-  itcnlrov,-, Out. Jaim's, Kui quhardoii.  Dear Sir,���Your Belt has cured my weak  ii cJc. I never Jeel any pain row. I told  you before 1 got your belt I could hardiy  sit tip aft'iry. hard day's work. A clay's  wont is w>u a tjil to me now.  Hopev.lle.Onl.  Thos. W. Ferris  "it" night looses which used to be so fro*  "uentare about ^toppe.. I'lee! ctiiHilent  -i-ii', in another mouth I will \>t entlte v  .'uied. Delbert Kouse."  ' ���* Fair Avtnue, Br.vitford, Ont.    o  I would say that your Belt has done all,  you claiin^'t it would.    I have no: an ache  ��. r pain now. I would not i ake 11 eble what I  paid for it.      ' W. i\ McDerraott.  Wahnapitae Lake, Ont. ,.  I am perfectly fatipfied with your belt as  far as I have used it 1 feel a great d al  Letter.   Yours truly,  Norman, Ont.        ��� William Dixon.  Dear bi>���Tlio j nin�� in ktiieand lower  ���lints o ''.inn-, have disappeared entirely.  Mv back h O. 1C.  Cluti v, .Mun. R. A. McLaren.  DR..M  FOR MY EIGHTY-PAGE BOOK, WITK INFORMATION.   ADDRESS;  SO VOJfGi: S! ltii.V���,,  jOKONTO,   O.nT.  OFFICE   HOUItS:     '  i) &.. ru.  hj 8:30 p. rn  i:aaK��icifcaut^iate-g^g.<^��!M��^  Probably the most conservative institution outside of China? is" the British 'museum. Although it is seventy  years since the quill pen yielded tc  the age of si eel the reading room authorities persist in supplying quills,  which are ' invariably broken when  there is occasion for using them.  Ill-fitting boots and shoes cause corns,  Hollow-ay's Corn Cure is the article to use.  G et a bottlo at one* and cure your corns.     <  , How's This?'  We offer On- Hundred Dollars Reward for  any case of Cat.irrh that cannot be cured by  Hall's Catarrh Cure. o  F ./. CHENEY & (JO^Frons , Toledo, O.  ��\ e, the under-5'gned, kavo known F. J.  Cbeney'for the last 15 ypar?. and believe him  iH-rfectly honorable in all business tran,��actions,  arul lin ncially able .o carry out any obikration  mnrift by their firm.  Wkst&Tkuax.W holesale Drng-y-ists.Toledo.O.  WAi.ni.vo;    Ki.vx.an   &   SlAKviN,   Wholesale  Druggift=, 'l'olor'o/0.  Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaced the system. Piico, 7,-5c. per bottle. Sold  by all druggi.-ts.   Testimonials free  Hall's Family Pills aro the be,fc. ���   ,  A firm ��� in Hanau, Germany, "has  succeeded in welding aluminum without the use; of any(metal, solder or  acid. No seam can be detected and  resist blows and temperature variations as, well as if there were no  joint.   The process is n secret one.,  U"T(lSf,ANA  " RELIANCE   CIGAB  1 Uul^Aim,    FACTORY. Montreal  A society girl's temper is probably  made of belle metal.  The  ocean has kits     hardships���and  they are mostly ironclads.  m  m  m  Indians  aeronaut*  ings.  ought to  moke  -they    aro gohd  successful  at upn's-  >5��  Self-denial is one of the most satisfactory pleasure*.  $M    =  ml  *1  i .,>'  fe'^PI  A woman's reproductive  organs are in the most intense and .continuous sympathy with her kidneys.  Th0 slightest disorder in the  kidneys brings about B  corresponding disease In  the reproductive organs.  Dodd's Kidney Pills, byre-  storing- the kidneys to their  perfect condition, prevent  and cure those fearful disorders peculiar to women.  Palo young girls, worn-out  mothers, suffering wives  and women entering upon  the Change of Lite, your  best friend ia  A Sarcastic Professor.  A good story is going the rounds at Columbia regarding one of the sarcastic professors, who was recently conducting an  Dral examination in a very scientific study.  There was one student���handsome, easy  and self possessed���who appeared to be  utterly ignorant of the simplest phases of  the subject. Professor W. put question  after question to him without receiving  one intelligent reply.  Finally the student said naively, with  just a touch of repvoach: "I'm very-unfortunate, professor. You never ask me  anything I know."  The professor said nothing, but gravely tore off a tiny piece of paper from n  convenient pad. "Ilete, Mr. B.," be said,  banding it to the student, "write all you  know; take plenty of tLtn��: there's no hurry-"  mm  Ml  Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  Urn tie It Crown Points.  Lord Boaconsfichl is said to have been  the only n^in who over succeeded in getting Edward VII when he was Prince  of Wales to piny for small stakes.  The ptince was on a visit to llugheu-  u"en, and after dinner the usual game was  suggested. -When the slakes were announced, "Dizzy", turned pale. He was a  comparatively poor man and feared to  risk, so much money. A bright idea occurred to him. It,was just after the queen  bad been crowned empress of India, and,  "Dizzy" suggested, "Wouldn't it be suitable to make it crown points?". The  prince was so pleased with the mot that  be consented.  Stuck In Hit Crop,  She���What   if   I   have loved  another,  dear?. Don't you-;know, .it has only prepared, me for the greater, higher love I  have for you? '  .."That's all right, but how do I know  that the love you now have for me isn't  preparing you for a greater, higher love  for some one else?"���Life.  TIte Cnst Resort.-..  Clara���He was heartbroken, desperate,  and ready for anything when I rejected  him.   ��� ���     .  Maude���What did he do?  '���"'���.'  Cllira���He said  he  was going to see  you.1 i  -  On the Atlantic.  Mother���That gentleman seems very  attentive to you. Clara. What sort of a  young man do you find liiin?  Clara.���Oh. he seems all right, but a  little empty, perhaps.  .Mother (who always takes things  literally)���.My dear~Clara, what a .very  shockiug remark. I know he was very  ill the first few days out, but fancy  noticing such a thing.  ITIs IndIpriinnt Inquiry.  He (on his knees)���Darling, I love  you with all my heart, with all my soul  aud with all the strength of my being.  She���Are you in earnest. Clarence? '  He (reproachfully)���In earnest! Say,  do you think I am bagging my trousers  this.way for fun?���Puck.  LOVE.  J am Lo\?,  tto irnwh r.-tVrvci! to    '  3d Hil' p'X'ls- d.iily g-iind,  .Ami tlio tn.iht picvaihntf.  AllHclKIM   I)'    l!..l!lUlld.  1 ailm tlie scat  Of whilom, II i- mind.  Thus juu \>i!   sec  .A H'lm-ily Kir me  Is lia.'il to lit-.ii.  A tliM.ise, though  IS"lJt  ifilll.lnii.llH  III   (I'llllitl  .st.-U'C.",  t'ci-ms outra^i'ous,  HI.own,^ up ,-i i fiiolisli  Maw, to li.-iii tlie Ijiind.  I ai,i a i-LiUiot nwnhcr  y\n'l lend pu-\ioiH plans asunder  ������.,,���        .    Wllt'll   1   1,'tlKI. >  1 hail frciin everywhere,  .. ���Coming unaware, .  ..'���'       Dolli ihiy lint'.' nislit. .  ".���'!���    ��� .Claiming victims'.left!and right..'  ..'  Ueoiiiisc 1 uui only .-     ....  , ' , /.ii -affection.       "''..' .-'������.  The jester (i    s in me  . '   Material .for '   ec.  ''.-'   Vi-t in tlio u  rhi's. affairs  1 mn a |.;Ti.'ut powor .-.'���'  '   -. '. And lower,     -  '.,.-''Above many influences.  1 mn l.ovc,  :     ' .., -Thiil Kami' of! Cupid's,  ���    t M.\-stri'i'-it:s ii   l queer.  And I tiotiri.-.    like. '  A fTi-ron bay tree  :.   On |his u.'ir. 'trial sphere,-  O.esorihed. portrayed and: pictured    '  On the stii&v.      ������,.-'  Current .fU'iinn teems  With laics of me  On every pa;.-.  . Some would ��� -jII      '. '  , Tlie novel rci  Knless'l lisiuvd in tlie plot.  Ko line is exempt from me.  Verily, -..'..-  AV'l-.al funis tlieso mortals lie!  ���D. \V. Mklreevy in Kansas City Timea.  Dr. J. D. Kellcgg's Dysentery Cordial is a  speedy cure for dysentery, diarrheal, chol.  era, summer complaint, sea sickness unol  complaints inciscntal to ch'iklren teething.  It gives immediate relief t.j Uiose suileriug  from tho tfiects oE indiseronon in sating un.  ripe fruit, cucumbers, etc. h acts with won-  derful rapidity aud never fails to conquer  the disease. Ko one need fwr cholera if  they have a bottle of this medicine convenient.  IHTTLE-JOTIXNY  OXCE MORE.  l\lra. Bilkins (sweetly)���.Do have another piece of cake,  Uncle John ?  , Cousin John���Why,   really,  I've   already had  two;    but it's^ so good, "I  believe X will have anotlicr.'.  3-iittle Jonnny (excitedly)���]\Ia's , a  winner! Ma's -a winner! She said  she'd bet you'd make a pig of yourself- '  , AN UltGENT INVITATION.  ���      '  So  glad  to see you,  Gentle Spring;'  You're looking well���but, say,  Why be so  formal? Won't you please  Take' off your  things and stay?  If yoar children aro troubled with worms-  give them Mother Gravqs' Worm! External,  nator; safe, sure, and effectual. Try it, and  mark the improvement in your child.  A woman pats a strange baby in  about the same maimer a man pats  a strange dog-  STILL ANOTHER TRIUMPH. ��� Mr.  Thomas S. Builen, Sunderland, writes: "3?pr  fourteen years I was afflicted with Piles; and  frequently I was unable to walk or at, but  four years ago I wis cured by using Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. I have^also been  subject to Quinsy for over forty years, but  Eclectric Oil cured it, and it was a permanent cure in bath, cases, as neither the Pilea  nor Quinsy have troubled me since."  THE BEST PILLS.���Mr. Wm. Vander-  voort, Sydney Crossing, Ont., writes: "We  have besn using Parmelee's Pills, and find  them by far the best pills we ever used."  For Delicate and Debilitated Oonstiiu-  tiojts these pills act like a charm. Taken in'  small doses, the effect is both a tonic and.a'  stimulant, mildly exciting tho secretions of  the body, giving tone and vigor.  Tnizle  Landlord���How do you expect me to  live if you don't pay your rem?  Artit>t���And how do-you expect mo to  live if   1  do?���New   York  Evening Jour-  nul  It's a mean man who will deliberately walk between a woman and a  milliner's   window.  fflrMD'S LIMENT for Sale Eyernta.  It doesn't matter much how a man  lies when he is asleep just so he  sticks to the truth when awake.  It may be only a trifling cold, but neglect  it and it will fasten its fangs in your lungs,  and you will soon be carried to an untimely  jrave. In this country we have sudden  changes and must expect to have coughs and  colds. We cannot avoid fhem. but we can  effect a cure by using Bickel's Anti-Consumptive. Syrup, the medicine (hat has never  been known to fail in curing coughs, colds,  bronchitis and all affections of - the throat,  lungg and chest.  Success come* to - most people by  the inch���and disappointment by the  yarrf.  The highest spot inhabited by human beings on this globe is the Buddhist cloister of Hanle, Thibet,where  21 monks live at an altitude of 16,-  000 feet.  The medical faculty, of Heidelberg  university, after careful investigation  has  decided    that    the ' incandescent  light is not harmful to the eyes.      v  <-. i  MARD'S.LIIMEIIT Cures MM  In southern France, where beer  costs 20 cents and milk 15 ��� cents a  quart, new wine has been lately on  sale in unlimited'quantities at 2, cents  a quart.  MAM'S wmm Meres Heuraleii  A Georgia jury brought in the following verdict recent.y : "We, the  jury, find tho prisoner almost guilty.'  cures coughs and colds,-. at  once. We, don't mean that it  relieves you for a little, while  ���r-it cures. It has been doingf  this for half a century; It has  saved hundreds of thousands  of lives. It will save yours if  you give it a chance.  ,  " I coughed and raised continuously.    Could  not attend  to business.   One bottle of Shiloh  stoppod the cough and restored rae to perfect  health:  ..;..'- J. J. TAGGART, Toronto. .  S&iloh's Consumption Cure Ia sold Tjy all  trrugrjfititB In OrihmIr mid United Stiit.��-s j*1  ��Sc, 50c, S1.0O a b-ottlo. in Oroat ISritnln  at 1*. 2��t., *��. 3d., aiul 4��. Cd A printed  RruartiiUoi! roos with ovory bottlo. If yon  lire not ButistltHl go to your drug-gist aud  tjet your money back.  I Write for illustrated book on Consumption. Sent  Without coal to you.  S. C.Wells A Co., Toronto.  HE   RAF  A   MILE  and so would many a young  lady, rather than take a bath  without the "Albert"  It Ienves the skin wonderfully.soft  and fresh, and itsinmt fragrance is extremely pleasing.  Beware of Imitations'.  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfrs.  MONTREAL.  Minard's Liniment Cures Bra, Etc.  It has long been held that coal,  when wet, is more likely to take fire  in storage, tnit Professor Threlfall  Watched two bins for sixty days.  The one containing wet coal reached  a temperature of only 35 degrees centigrade, while that containing dry  coal reached 200 degrees centigrade,  and was just on the point of spontaneous combustion. ''    -  Fktxr aktd Ague and Bilious Debajtgb-  MKNT8 are positively cured by tho use oi  Parmelee's Pills. They not only cleanse the  stomach and bowels from all bilious matter,  but they open the excretory vessels, causing  them to pour copious effusions from the  blood into the bowels, after which the corrupted mass is thrown out by the natural  passage of tlie body. They are used as a  general family medicine with the best  results-  InBtruTncnts, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN HAVE A  BAND,  Lowest prices wver'quoted. Fine CAtnlogu��  500 illustrations m&llod free. Write us for &ny>  thlnsr In Music or Musii-ul Instruments.  Whaloy Koyce & Co., ^fogfeSi.  and ��n  Send yo^r <>ld  wheels to as to he  rc-ens.melled and  put lnsh*po. All  work guM��n*e��l.  Vine l<\' cxpt>rS workmen.   Bend for list of now  md second ban'I wheels.   Try ub.  ANDR2 ARMS & CYCLE GO.,  ���'Crescent". Ag��nts.. ��� Winnipeg^ .  WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINES  Rapidity. Saves about one day in three.  Quietness and durability without noise or wear.  General utility.   Best for all kinds of work. .  243 Portage Ave.",,Winnipeg.  '"',,'' '      '.        ��� ' ''',  United States Cream  Separators.  Perfect skimmers. Light running: and easiest  1 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 catalogueo. Shipments of  fresh butter wanted.  200 Pacific Avenue,  WINNIPEG.  ���)���  Wm. Scott,  Wanted Agents in EVERY' TOWN in'  .Canada to'sell our  I  CKOWN TAILORING Co.,  Toronto.  "~lft '  :h  'U  ���4.  ���I  **3 ���  ���i I  'I'"  W. N. U. 318.  I 'I SefflBra��S��S*e^*SM��ft3^  f' !? !���  , - ifH-  i. K-,  ; ��� ' S: '?'���  1 ���    -At * T  ,   I .,' rl     V   '  : a.t��,..-/,:  k*.  !  if.  I - ':  ���KV-'  V'-v  1 -*v*  '!,'���  i ! ?F'' -i -  *' 'I."J  I,',-'   Hl-J,    v.     '���  ���   'rl    I-  Is*  Mi  r  ��i  1  t  A  MARTIAL LAW ABQLI8HEB  j ��-^-&'*Cs.--&-':ei.-p'\f*-&&-Xis<��>^<X i-i.��-hJ"*��h-C  ���  I  <9  the Ooeur d'^Ipneg  ''You don't, oh.?* enpeyed JEetl SiutcJj-.  "I do not."  "The?j I'L. drink for two."  The  barkeeper hanrled lied, Sniveiy  ,,       3V BJAJ. ALFRED R CALKQUB,      % '? ,botfkr ;,n': \^-  naif filling tifi  ^���iTTil 1 ,G1Ty 1*7 pli*tY>V'pi-S^fi in - v ,l ���   latter, ne i-?.i!r!.'lit-iowardiJijshps, but,  UiVU 1J*W 3& i-Uk-CIi*.*. -xl , a^e^o^^o.-^��-^ ��-���*.��-*,<��, stoj,piDff ftSilhe)ia'ilsiJdd6..nayclian?od  |         v7 his mind, he sln,uitedr with, en oath:  rpHE  plagues of tic- mining caiapo ;     "&"o genileman ever drinks alone!"  5    in  the far west were the- bullia?   ��*ind with this he threw the contents  ! and 'desperadoes' who, ignoring honest | of. the glass Into Arthur Lyons' face.  ��VCj    ("^ni7irT?7vTri"P   - "Q"T1 TvT T'' industry.'Jived by gambling or green j The unexpected explosion, of a bomb  A J O    '..VO V iJ-v-iv Ur.-   JlUi\i.^TOrs:ii    ' ���      i I could not have caused greater const or-  Thcse fellows always go armed, carry j nation than did. this unwarranted- fict.  themselveB with a. sw&ffger andfignra-; -<fen leaped from the tables and'sought  tively  dra.tr  iheir  coat tails   on    the i places of safety, for s-uch an insult they  j ground at all times in' the hope that j Celt must bo followed by immediate  some one will give them an. excuse to   shooting.  If Intending .to  t&nsB&asaiainssitnrsBtxusmxsBetrz:  B u. ii ci "^^sssw���-^_  -.' -^  We would invite yoar ai-  lenlion to oar  '-> 1  lii^  is   Cn:i'. i:i:��!   That   ilia    Clti^err  :1i^ TdirilHS ilfgloii A-o  Vpaccablo.  oi i  ..Governoi Hunt of Li-iiio h.is   )l  i proclamation abolish.ri�� inacti.il law  in Shoshone county.    The  prot-lainu-  tion became efi'eciive on tho   governor  ntlitching^jis signature thereto.  I\tartiiil law was declared by Governor  - Steiinenberg on May <I, 1S00, h^l'.owin"  the deslrnctioti  of   the   i? tin Iter    Jlil! '  shoot. ,  Fairplay is a very good name for a  ��� town or camp, and Fairplay, Col., is to-  (] ] day a thriving, law-abiding place, but,  like all wefctern towns?; it had to pass-  through all the stages of social evolution from the absolute barbarity of its  beginning- to the high civilization of the  present, '  . There are many meu not yet beyond  middle life who distinctly remember  the first hut erected in Fairplay, ana  Fied Snirely expectedito use his pistol^  for he drew it, but before he- could lire,  Arthur Lyons seized the arm that held  thew pistol with his left hand, and with  his own right he planted a blow be-  tvveem' the ruffian's rex! eyes, that caused  him to fall as if a bullet ?aad been, sent  through his brain.  "No .more lighting- here," shouted a  number of men, yushing- in between  Arthur and the iu;m whom the landlord of the-Great VYftFto'n nas'helping  etal  Ceilings, imnii-:  tatipn brick siding* andj jg  Slet?4 Koofs.  ' A complete line of Buildeiv  Hardware, paints and Varnishes alivayu in 'stoclc.  TMnkli|g   -of .'papering  ' your $  rooms,, come and .see' .pur' ^am-1  ;plesof _   , |  Oiders (or TinsmiJhing and rinmbing,   k^  -iv��n prompt attontiojj   and   satisfac-j   j^j-  ���    US  I>  lion s'tia ran toed.  w3ir�� retain a, ^'ivid reeullection. of the >'from the floor.' "If there'3 to be shoot-  concentrator during the s&uguin iry  riot on April1 29. After ro-jitiug J Lit-  I.icts leading up to tho doclnrali'm o!  martial l,xv/ and, appro-,ir.g tho action  Df Governor Sttinciiberr; in '-h.o r.j.itt'or.  the proclamation, say;, in part '  "Itr.mediately   upon   thfj    adjor.rn-  ment Oj tho "icglshttr.ro J proc-crded   to  visit the distilot in wliicl. thn  lrc.usiio  li.ul ocourreil. storjiing at ih�� lowns .i/  WarJnori Wallaco, ."\rnllan,   Com   and  ��� Tiurko, ai:d jni^iiig through tlio   priu  cip.U mines and - jn,;lls,   meoimn   and  consulting with   mincrj in   sympathy  'with union-labor, us well as   tic^s  opposed-to hi bar unions of tha   Coehr d'-  'Alenes, and consultins   as   well   with  'the owners and operators'Of the mines,  xvitii business men in    all   the   tbuu,'--  mentinned and   with   ths raiSrond   interests. ' I have .found   a   wonderfully  ��� prosperous country, in the full growth  of Its later  developeinent,  employing  thousands   oi   men    and     producing  thousands of tons of ore daily.    It was  my object to observe the  condition   of  this country and to }mow whether any  great part of the citizens of  Shoshone  'country approved "of   the  act9  of  vio-  lance committed in   April,  IS99,   and  also whether there was still   danger  of  .further disturbance and riot.  '"My investigation has convinced me  that the cilijuens ci Shoshone county  are today liwbiding ' and lav/loving,  united in their desire for "pence and  frowning on any element that would  bring again trouble aud anxiety and  suffering into peaceful and prosperous  homes.. .  "Martial law is tho .spirit of force,  nccepsary in its'employment to protect  life and property and applicable at any  time ior the purpose. Its opera!ion  in time of peace, after danger and  peril aro o\'2r. is lepugunnt to our  fu:m of government and a menace to  our institutions.  "Our constitution safely places t:ie  administration of the laws in tlie hand.-  ,of the civil aulhoiitiss, there to remain  during their ability to maintain it.  '���jNe\v oiDcors have been elected and  aro in -active performance -of their  rluties bince January IDOL, unopposed  by organized violence of any description and out spoken in thejr ability to  maintain order."  j first hotel, the Qroat Western, which  was composed of threp rooms, one canvas, one log and xhc- other uuplaned  boards. Though this csxablishmeni  claimed to furnish "accommodations  " lot man' and beast,"-it had-no stabl"  for horses, and all its lodgers had to  sleep iu banks ui one.room, while-bread  una bacon constituted the- bill of fare,  '���with 'now and then sugarless''coffee.  The "extras"' were composed wbolly.of  bad cigars, strong chewing tobacco and  whisky of a. kind so much v iler than the  Di-diuary iluid that one diin��t of it has  been known to'jn-oduco all the effects  of delirium tremens on a man iinac-  customec' to it, and it always produced  a homicidal pirmia in those ^'ho indulged in it as often as once a week'.  The bar of tho Great. "Western was  the rendezvous, the headquarters, for  "all the miners cand teamsters in the  vicinity, and 'you may be sure that it  svas a constant resort for tlie gambler=  and desperadoes who always swarm-  about a new ruining town like flies  about p, sugar hogshead in July.  For the accommodation of the latter  class, 'with whom he was in full sympathy, and with an eye to his own gain  ���be had only one eye���the landlord of  the Great STestern had.iltped up a place  for playing faro', and.a number of pine  tables on which those so inclined���and  it was'surprising .how many were so  inclined���could' play that alluring but  most uncertain game(called poker.  At this time there were only two  women in Fairplay, viz*,, Mrs. Chamberlain, the wife, of tlie principal mine  superintendent, and Lizzy Chamberlain,  her daughter. ' '       "  Some men, with wiyqs and daughters  at .home in the states, rather blamed  Mr. Chamberlain for subjecting his family to the hardships inseparable from  such a life, but, had-lhey known that  the devoted wife and daughter insisted  on accompanying him and sharing- his  trials, t'heywould not have been so hard  in. their judgment.  Arthur Lyons, a fine young fellow of  four an'd twenty,was Mr. Chamberlain's'  assistant, and as he -boarded with his  employer it was pretty generally conceded that-lie liad "the inside track" so  far as Lizzy was concerned, and that  their marriage wa-s only a question of  time.  There w&s, however, in Fairplay, one  man who emphatically refused to believe that Liz7.y. Chamberlain looted  kdndly on Arthur Lyons, and this man  was known as "lied" Sniveiy, 'the first  name being given to designate his complexion and the sanguine color of his  hair.  Eed Sniveiy wished to be known as  "The 'Mountain Terror," jind he tried  hard 'to have the nnine attach to himself, but as the majority of the miners  looked upon him as a nuisance rather  ��� than a terror the name did not stick  to anj- grea,t extent.  Eed Sniveiy-was a swag-goring, ever-  armed 'brag'gart. lie was s-upposcd to fat  Ui  K  MINFQ'i  'w~z*3mtmxrxaezKa  M0Y1KS  LEADING  HOTEL.  Hoi  The best of  accommodations  for the travoling public. ���  ���B'IcIVIahon Erog.,' -Props.  ���wmmmvuiHyimi*  !  BOOTS    AND    SHQ'ES  WA^TKIJ-TRDSTWOKTIIV .1IE.VAS1) VyO-  men to travel and advertise for old c-snihlisliud  house i��f solid financial standi";.-   Salury $730 o _  year aud expsusus, all nuyaule ineanb.   ^o can-j  a   ^ilent partner in the Great T^'estern  \-a-.ing required.   Give reterences and euulose ;  hotel, and it was a matter of notoriety  that all the gambTmg.features of the  .self addreast-d stdinpcd euv.opc-.   Address .nan  a��er. ;^o3 Caxton iildg., ClucnsOj 1-1  in' let it me dtoao i'&ir and square-outside under The rnle'eof the code, and not  in a crowded bar whar innocent men  inay get popped over."  "I agree- to t-hat! " re-ared Red Sniveiy,  who liad now  recovered himself,  "Landlord-, you'll act us my second."  ''I'll do th'at and lake j-mii; place if  you  go  down,"   replied' 1lie landlord,  who was only littlii less of a brutti than  the man he wasclian-piouing.  "And   I'll  act  f��r  this gentleman,"  said a tall man, ,wlio, liadi been sitting  unnoticed sinoo hfr. reached tlie phiec,  a'few hours bt-'ore, with th�� mail-carrier.    1?e htu'l .i l-orrg, black beard, bis  hat was slouched, luuL liis-'coat collar  turned up so that but little of his face-  could be seen, but there wjjs that in his  voice and bearing- that/ convinced the  lookers-on, that he was ho ordinary  person, - .  As tlie stranger took iis place be-  s>do Arthur, -who aei-aowledgecUthe offer by a courteous bow, He-drew, from  under bis coat two revolver':* and he  held them with the peculiar grip of a  man who 'knew how to use them.  "Have you a. good-pistol?" asked the  stranger, as he.took Arthur's arm and  .ledhire out of the hotel ia the direction  &ed':Sni.Yely had taken,  '. "X h.fiY.5 ao o.!' implied Arthur. ' (  . '"Then tako this. It is loaded, and has  a fine- -hair trigger. Ars you a good  'anot?" '     .     ".     '  Arthur took .tha jistol the stranger  handed him and replied: < \ -Z?        .    -  __    ^  ,'Tam not, and so you must place this | JXSlOJ^IGj 15. U.     . , ^  man so close to rae that h'is superior j ^.^jju^^^;;^^^  ekill will not result to my disadvan- |      , , ."        . , ' '     '  ^f    ,  ���  V1 +1. ���.  I CHAS.  P. 'CAMPBELL,  "Leave the whole thing to me, and do  They are of the^ latest designs,  ;Pdces from d2 qentg' to $1.00'^  per roll  VODRS FOIi, V.A.LUE,   " ,  �����5P*  STOJIUS A,!' CIIAJf-JiHOdlj:   /,.NI)  MOYJK.  ��. ^-i    ....        .     . .     .     ,  ^;&i^��2r2$:��*S��^  Unpaired and .Aiiulo to Order,-  E  A.'SMrrH,      Moyie.  , . i u  xicAit MacEachren & Macdonalds.  S. 0". WHITOOMB  Hoii(!0 painter, t'n'iinei-,  glacier and piiperhanyjer.  All' work on perfect stir-  face guranteed. Price.* ae-  " cor{iiug .lo Quality and  sioek rpuuired  NOTARIES :PUBLIC & 'INSXTRAN���iE t&&E$T8.  not interfere, no matter what I propose," said the stranger, pressing the  young man's arm.     f ' ,  "You appear to be a.gentleman, and I  will do a.s you say," re-plied Arthur.  ���The -crowd in the bar came out in the  'rain to see the duel, ail talcing care to  be out of range.  "I propose," said the landlord, "that  we place our men, at ten- paces with revolvers, we secondu '11 tosp up for the  word, and then they're to lire and keep  firing till one or the other goes down."  'Til do nothing of the kind," replied  the stranger, in tones that evinced coolness and determination; "this bully,"  pointing to Sniveiy with his revolver,  "is a good shot; my man is not. I propose they shall shoot across a, pocket-  handkerchief, or leb'only one pistol be  used; we'll draw lots to see which man  shall take it. Are you agreed?" he  asked, turning to Arlhur.  "I agree to whatever you say���"  "But I don't!" shouted Eed Sniveiy.  "This ain't to be a Murder, but a dud."  "A murder!" cried the stranger, striding toward the bully. "JDo you dare ta  speak of murder?"  ���'I want a fair 'igbt," replied Sniveiy.  "'A fair tight is impossible without an  equality of skill and force. Vou would  not light, you cur, if you did not feel  that you had all the .utvantagc on your  -side," said the stranger, with stinging  WlLDEYL0D3E.Nd. 44. '.  Meets'every Monday evening in their  li'ull on Victoria street.' Sojourmnu  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  -���v. t,. bkid; .v. ��.  M. J.. UOtLIaTHl!, IW.lS.  FltASK  DASIIV, R.   S.  i. it. mawAV, 'r. s.  = !  Eunerai director  and  Embalmer. .'   r  Graduate of Champion College of the  United State.-.' ' Upholstering and general 1'urnittfu: ,;;epairing: Oflic^ find  .store, -Aiken's , block, near Canadian  Bank of * Commerce. , Telegraph and  mail orders uromotlv nilended to.  Oranforook,  B. C.  fA 1T>��X.XtXKX-.,U*-**m.+\rnrZ*Z.  v ms-izttsx^i rn'tcwi ��>'  JOUN     HAlliiVAi,    I>.  D.  jDT'lKT'il  establishment were under his jmmedi-   contempt.  ate .charge, "Mebbe you'd like to change places  FOR   SALE.���LLoubO   and    lot     in        He claimed aBsaouxa as his home,snd    with your man," said tlie landlord of  Lake Shoie addition   on   main btroet. I when he   became  confidential���which    the Great Western.  House valued a $41)0.    House-and   loll  was always the case when 'the game was j     "That is exactly what 1 proposed to do  i���"k^,.,yM   "r,,." *('.nh       vl o   Kiy    goinff against him���he would hint that 1 from the first," said the stranger. '"J'bi.j  be   bot.���i.t   loi    .tuuu.    ai>o   fa \ I   he was forcod tQ Q(yvac wst ..owiu, to a j ia my Sshi�� hc fu](lM]j tjir^ng. to Ar.  \-j-\i hj   tw '-.;um, |  jit'fcle cuttin'scrape" heliad over.a game  of cards.  With  the  brazen  effrontery  of his-  class, Red Sniveiy made himself very  can   be   bougut   lor   .-?ouu.    ai.-u   sh  boats for sale it from $10 to   #20 <-aoh.  Apply to ii. L. Mijliiater.  Highcbt price pi-.id   for   Rnv;   Eurrf.  Eaekiijh!>.(.-!-o and deud  by expro-s   to j objectionable to Lizzy Chamberlain by  his dirgusting atfen-rions; so much so,  indeed, that-she dreaded to venture cut  James Gill, Ur.mbrook  LOTS���for suiio on e.iay toinia in all  jjattti of town. 1), .J . Eliner'o Cig.tr  btoie.  Eofi Salt:.���A hx room hou-e and  lot inL'ike Sbore atiditiuu. For p,u-  ticulars appiy at this oJrice.  Drop m and inspect U. A. Eoi.tc'.-  stock for gentlemens tad.orinu in the  Central building.  WANTED���lurnibhed or unfurnished house . to rent. -Apply at' this  oiiice. .  P, D'i."IIope\-;f:'Eost O.fi'ce drug t=tore."  for anything in the drug line at. right  prices. __  ^^ '���  ! ,  Assessment worlc Contracts Taken...-  Parties wishing to liave assessment  v.'ork done on claims in the vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult, oi write  the. undersigned for terms. Work  left in my cure will be promptly attended -to, ' and ..-satisfaction will be.  jrutrant.eed. S. A. SCOTT.  unless accompanied ny her father oi  An lnir'Lyons.  On one occasion the latter told I^ed  Sniveiy very emphatically that his conduct was disagrc-able'to' Miss Charnlbcr-  lain, and that it must be ��!.opped, and  thi:> was said wilh such calm emphasis  that the foully was not .left in any  doubt as to the. young man's meaning  nor of his determination to enforce his  re q uest.  In addition to its many other iisesthr-;  Great Wes'tern was the post office at  thur Lyons. "11 ear mo out. 1 have been  searching for thin murderer for a year,  and now, Jater a hunt of 10,000 inilf-i, 1  have him under my pistol, and :io man  can. fire at, him till I have .squared my  ?iccount.."  "Who are you?" demanded Sniv.'ly,  his countenance purple and his thick  lip.i trembling with excitement.  "[ am George Pierce, the twinbrothcr  of Henry Pierce whom you murdered in  f-'t. Louis one year atr.ro."  The stranger threw ol? his cloak and  false beard, and stood before the eo.ved  d'.-hperado���lfyp<'r;on f.-ieing aSatjr.  "Stand back, men. and let us have it  out. Coward and murderer though this  Sniveiy is, I will giro him a chance for  his vile life���"  The men! dropped hack and(Sniveiy  which  the .weekly���more   often    the   suddenly :raiscd his pistoLand fired  monthly���mail was delivered. -       , j     He was in the actol eockingluspistol  , One rainy afternoon, after the mail   again, when the young-stranger raised  had come in Arthur Lyons wentupto>   his arm  Moyie , Miners'   .Union  ,    3^r<o. *yi��'' ,.  Meets in i\roGregor hall, every' Tuesday  .evening! Sojourning members are  couii;illy-invited-to attend.  if. II. DlX'OOK,  .  .-.     ���',    '  ���    '      President;  P. T.UMYTH,  '   -   Secretary.  Moyie Board, of Trade  Jleots on tho tirst Wednesday  evening wf each month at  S-o'clock sharp.  .7. P. FakiikiiL, Pre*.  A. P. Maci.'0xalu,    Lewis Thombon,  Vice-PrCf  m-c'v.  Office aud I^e^donco  v-tn ^j���� r��wftii-Titw��.i'*w)��,r����*rr  CEANDROOK  , t*-<��*.-Ui- ��^ *��*������>����� *rwiWA *���� iw��>-v  IiJKECT  HOUU'E.  10AST.  Winnipeg,  Toronto,  Uiif/aln,  Montrc-.il.,  B0.--tO!l,  New York,  .   wj<:si\  Kootenay}!,  Vancouver,  Victoria.  Scuttle,  Port hi n I,  ���  yau Francisco.  i ^..-'i'.c-^j' *���*y^z��� '.  Waf..--'���:���at-;  COUItT .MOVIE  x<>. tot; 5.  Mefils on the last Tlmrs ,  jflnyof each month. Vi��-_ ,  ili!({j -i>!i'-t]iei-tJ   idvitcd ,  i  tORlKMI'I. - i  WHOI/ESAI-K -AND IJETAIb  MEAT,    .MERCHANTS.  K-rosli and Cured 'Meitl��, Erevl:  Fisli, Game and Poultry.. We  supply only the s-hesL. Your  lrude solicited. ���  '   ���    3I.VKKETS    AT     '  MACLEOD, .','<FORT STEELE  FEKNJE; ' , 'KlMBEllLE^.'  WARDNElt; '"  CRANBJiOO.K.  .JlOYIE,        ��� ",     Alain'cffice,  FOii   -PJ^E   TAILORING* '��ffi^    W  'MEE0HA3S"T ��� TAILDfe  Fine   Suitings,   -Cvercoii'tang  Trousers,   Imported    <#<se>��~j-.  MOYIE, 'B.O"  wm ���ju^'mjf *Miri*��'<ffp.M<n����fJ> ���  .rOSKI'K NEl-JiKKSTAvriT. Vvtr-.  'i,:iger beer sold I'oy the   Keg or  d��i'-*"'v  F. I. M:)0HK, C. It.       C'r. T. McGKKUOK, ii. s.  i bottles-  Bottled Beer  c  in Stock. . . .  via. Sco Line.  Presbyterian     Church  SERVICES  Are bold in McGicgcr hnll each   Sub-j  biith at 1 L a. m. and S n. m. j .  Sabbath   school   and* pa.-'nr'a. bible | O^tsicUi Orders Given Strict Attention  class at )> p. in.  The public are invited and will bo  _ welcomed cordially to each and all oi  I tlie.se siTvicjes. G. if. OREIG,  ���  Pastor.  (JHICAGO.  AI.l, UNITKI) >'r.\TJ-;i5   1 OINT.-'.  Througli ti<d;ets to Euglnnd, ';he   con-  linents ui Australia. China arid Japan.  cl  J>��iiiirl  'JK/iTNS 3IOMK  A l- rive  5:-")0 a. m.  -   V/KST  3 :00 p. in.  P��:09 p. in.-  EAST  8 :50 a. m.  get tfi.e ever-nvelcome letters and papers  from the east.  While he was leaning against the  damp bar waiting for the man behind  it to Toole over the adidiresR-es of the  |; parcels that had; come by post, he'felt  a heavy hand on his shoulder, and at  the same lime he heard! Red; iSnively  saying, in. a mocking, bantering tone j  that meant miscicf: , -  "Come,  Lyons, join, me  and we'll}  drink to the health of. the, beauty of j D'. J. -Elmer  Fairplay." , '  A crack, a pufr of silvery smoke and a  crimson spot in tho.ceh'ter of ihe man's  forehead, who lay dead before the barroom door.'  .. -. :. ��� ��� '  ���'"������'-   '��� .-������������������' "rirv   ibiji Hnc!-.-'-  V':���>������''  ���Ke-ride.ntial.lots SI25 for sal  lee  k^jily for Units, Mn;>s, Time Cards, Ticketk and  ,'��� .Full Infonnat.ion to'^uarcst I.-qoal    ���  ��� .  AgClit, ' ���'.''������ !l '  G. HHlier, Agent, Moyie.  J.S. 0ARTKR,  pisi, Pass. Air!.  Nt-ltoiii  e.j. coy.i.E,  A's-s't Gen.  Prices Given  aiid Orders  Taken on  ?H5verythmg-  in thepririting^  Line at. the  Push.' Atrt.    g    L M |& gu 11  W1 K80'  P4  IJ-.3  a  CO.'DEAJJEZ,  FJN E W ATC1 r   REPAIK1 >*l��  TWKNTV YEAUS EXI'EUIENCE.  Fine stock of serviceable watches at  reasonable prices. Just tlie thing for  minera.  Ol'I'OSlTE JvOOTE.VAV   1I01I'1>  {'  4  z    '-<���'���(  I  GET Y0UE  PICTURES -FRAMED.-.  Prest, tha photogra'  pher, has just re-  ceived the finest lot  of mouldings n1  East Kootenay.  i.;:;;W>:A.:Prestv;;  Piiotographcr,  Cr.uiIiL-ooh,     Moyie,     FortSeulo  Will Visit Moyie on ',..-������  Tuesiiiiyantf-WeilHWiloJ'  ml  hi f^s  HP {i5fw��  fc'^iii'1  Ml'  "���'Ml  I Mm  m  mi  hr^'l"  \m  ��\��-^


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