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 ^,VOL.4,NQ.'2.  warn  A  /  -. m* ..*����.-  ?   ,���"/ .*���    'J    '-  ��� *-.=<'.,*  ^^.il'-f',/ f  FOR YOUR  ���w --- ���- -  GO 'fQ THE  TilOYIK riIAItHAO"���� Footcnivy il'^t'-i bid-,  JO-i.ScilA."{CU, I'roi*.'   Xondinff nrugf-Isi.  AT  CAOT'S BOOKSTORE  MOYIE, B,  / ...'.'.IH^'T   *V: ? -"'    .   t  i.      ���*-.-,   ^ _    -J.  -   ' u.  .��* nSr '>(����%.*   ipjBamjg- ��.   ���  RSSffiK    Bff.    P* n   ISB  WHSOI   IR**  1,000 "oairs miners* heavy digging' shoes  ';*'",*' . $3.0Q to $5.50  fflt 1,000 pairs 'mens fine shoes  m ' ;   ���   "<      "   ���   $2.75 to $5.00.  Sl��S ^00 pairs-���boyE5 and youths'shoes  , '    ��.  GOV. IA1LTO FOLIC  Favors Borrowing My e  Million Dollars,  J  APRIL  -  fl  27..19Q1.  Ti'  ^LOCAL    NEWS.'*  Sg A YEAE  M IM TfiADB-  J. P. J?jirr*sll was jn  Oraiilroc'.:   \.\-.t <       . " __   Sunday.  Thos. Ruder returned from Spokane j O, P. Ji,   OfiSClJ-US   LOOk"  .      -                -'            "               ��                   j       ������'. !������     .          r             '   ;           *  ���*   ���  T4esd:s,y-                                                       j j-Qg. After It,                 'of British   Columbia   with   the   Great  AL. L.   Hollister   was in  Cranbrook: *      ,                ,    '���                   , Northern , railway.'     The  road   to   be  C.-.iv   -. >,"'_��;, .Sfititlicm Railway.  The railway committee of the house  of common,! alj_;i.<,atta has granted a  charter to the Crow'?; Nest Pass Southern Ra.ilv.My company. Tlie company  will connect the   extensive coal   fields  GIVEN  AS  SUBSIDIES  Aitxinf ti-e liallavayi   .ircntio'nert  Jo   Ke-  ' coivi: Subsidies is A J'roposod Citio"*  Uet'.vcep IT<>rt Sffcole i-id CoWcc'  "t  '   ' ��fflk  A full as.'ortment oldies  and    n  y^f"f#^'M " '   alone and bring'your fedfc v/i  if.  along  miser-a  shoos  at' all  th you.  prices,   jJopip  -J&EijL/j  ��� *^.^w'^!?^P'^*^'^''',��---',---*-"';'5  d&y  :M'".CANADIANfBANK /OF 'COMMERCE.  Paid pp Capital   $8,000,90$..,    '  [CRANBROOK BRANCH. d '���'     ...' HUBERT MNES, tG!l  A  N.'A- MacKsitrs. ?rcni-ietor.  i���he .Hotel for the-masses.   Everything&&&i  '  ini.evervr, respeej. ������ Sample Room's  for  .    ���  -       Comn|.ercial $}$&<       ."...'  MOYIE, l      *"'' '    '      British .Gol^mhia.,  yictoriii, iVpril 2jj --The government  today introduced by message a 1'iil'i d-  finjnjj its railway policy." The bill  authorizes the lieutenant yovc.-eor-in-  counoil to borrow any sum, notexceed-  iiiK $r"),Of"iO,000, to beitr'interest at' the  rato of '4'I-2 percent, the money to'be  borrowed to be used for "the ruiUvay  subsidies. The r-iihyay suhisdies will  be'in aid of tthe construction of railways, in a sun: not exoecding -$4000  fur each miloof railway, of the' Luiifarm  gauge pf four feet eight/and one-half  inbLeg. *'������������        , (  Among the railways "Mentioned, td  receive subisidjes is for "a railway from  Fort Steele' to  Goldon,   appf'Ojufn'atejy  one hundred aucl nfty redes.���'"  Th" ' Qcn'clitiona upon whioh thu  lijjci will be aidsjcl iirei  I The suhaidv to iinv of the'pbove  roads will be cancelled if work is not  started before July 1st, 1902. Tlie sub-  ��� sidy is not playable til} the railway ia  in running order and guarantees of continuous maintenance given. Four per,'  cept of the gross earnings is tp be,paid  to the province and tp be a f;irst charge  on the said earnings. , Tlie govern-  meu't is lo have absolute' control of  rates, notwithstanding that -i I)jihiti-  ion charter may be obtained. The  railway may be.acomred at. any time,  by the proviuce, valuation tp be de*,  termined by arbitration.  .its  going   at  -''" ' * ' m  F-orysters fo f4ive :* Dmicc.  , A'1 ' " '    '  Couri, Moyie of, the ludepeu'deni  Order oi Foresters at their regular  meeting Thursday eyening decided to  give a bail on the evening of Friday  .May-ilth. The dance will be given  iu the Odd'Fellows' hall, and the'price  ot the tickets will bu $^.00, which will  luciudtj supper. Regular conunittee  ineulings wiil ue hold at the Leader'  uilice every, Friday auerhoon 'until  after the dauce."  w  Lar^je sample room iu con.nect^gn  with house for commercial,men.' BegC  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Commenciai aritf  Mining   Men.  r>  QUEE^T AVENIip, .      =r T" ~~ ,' >'?YI:?>  Byc-  ^*^-���^*^">?^? ^^^^^^^r^:^^^^^-^;>- ,>-^^-  to  ^m^^^^^W^^^^*^- 3a52S2ESE .^^^  &]>eoiiil Service for Odd Fellows.  Kev- Ureig, thu Presbyterian -minis  (er, will preach a sermon uti Friend  ship, Love and Truth in the   Odd' Fel  *" 0  lows hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'  clock, to whicn everybody is cordially  invited. Every Odd Fellow in town  tomorrow is requested   to    be   at   the  hall at 7 :30 o'clock in the evening for  tho purpose of preparing for the service.  Work On "Waterworks Dam.  .  r * ,  rfarold Pollard is doing  good   work'  On the   Moyie   Waterworks   dam   on  Campbell creek  near  town,   and   wi-1  , have the job   completed   in   aoout   a  i week's tjnje.    The dam is a. good sub-  jstantial structure and will be in every  i way up to the plans and specifications.  li is pleasing to know that Mr. Pollard  is paying his men $3 a day.  a7i^M"  AiQW  im  mi  m  Urn  Aflfif  \aM  Might be Equaled but Never  Bxclled by any 50 cent Tea  on Earth. We Have it in  One half  lb., One ib.  A nig: leo;*; JCoom.  A boom containing over a million  ''eet of logs belonging to Parke, Mitchell tt Co. was brought from the foot  of the lake to the mill last Tuesday.  The mill has started on its season's  rim, and tho company is prepared for  a large volume of business.  Cranbrook  yesterday." ' ��� (  M. A. Beale was in Fort  Steele   the .,-,,  first of the week.   '  Ladies' straw   sailer  h  cost at Gilpin's,'' ' '       '       r  |D. E. Orchard w-is up fror.i Craubrook. Wednesday," '  Miss Talberfc left for Spckano this  morning.  ,  Work will fye resumed in tj-o Aurora  mlr.'j next Monday. '  r,       , v     - ' ���  Clarence Wuchjntfton, the musician,  i    i ������*   i i        ��       (  left for IJcliion this morning.,   ' **  Joseph Schaich, the druggist, made  a buaincsa trip to Neluon this week.  'Messrs. 'McGregor, Brenton and  Dallas have' returned from their trip tn  the Windermere country."  J. J. Murphy and XJ. D. Izbpo were  in Pranbrook la&t Tuesday.'  Henry Walzie, the browor, left for  Spokane last Monday. '   ��� ,  Joiin Vezzonie, an Italian who for  a vcar or more resided in Moyie with  tii? family; died in Ita|.y  a short ��� tjtj)e  &��� P. .^4i}doii4](I and y. Deaaulnlej1  \vet-e In.Ci-unbrook Wednesday,  '-W. Li Eeici  was in  Cranbrook  this  week. , ''        ,  *     r 1>- '  L. A. Eicker's returned Jrora, Kaslo  Wednesday morning.     ,  Julius Riesterer of nTelson is now in  Moyie in connection with ~ the i^Iovie  brewery.  Vic Desaulnier ha*- been making  sor.:e iniprovements on liis b.irn  which greatly adds to   its  appearance.  Put-member that there will be ��,n election ot lire .wardens in Moyie next  Saturday.  l , '  Mrs. Helen JjEauvey is up froi>i. jSTel-  con and is doing nssessment. work on  on her claims north of Moyie lake.  Mrs, Wers*in returned yesterday  from'the Halcyon Plot Springs ou Ar  row lake.  Dr. Berber was iri Moyie most of  the week doing dentistry work.  Rev. W. G. Mahon will lilleud ihe  District Conference at liosslaud next  week.  C. 0-   Demaurez,   the  jeweler,   has  moved   into   tlie  place   formerly   occupied by T. E.   Collins   as   a   barber  shop.  Tne Moyie Brewery's new brew of  '���bock" beer is now on tap at the various hotels in town. It is said to be of  excellent quality.    Try it.  E. S. Pollard of LLiis place while in  the Philipines was under command of  Generil Fuuston, and he has frequently seen Aguinaldo.  MoDonald, the boat builder has  moved his raft and boathouse to within a short distance of Queen's avenue.  He has the best lot of boats ou the  lake.    They"are all beauties.  Mrs. jS". U. Wright; accompanied by  her  children,   arrived  here  yesterday  fsom Spokane to   join    her   husband,  who has charge of   the   diamond   drill  in the St. Eugene mine.  Rev. J. W. Boweriug B. A. of Cran*  TOUJOREASE BUSINESS  |f All Cncs   V.'cil :i   I���'jie   vi   Stcauti !ilj>c  L   "jvill  1J��* 1'nt on Uetwcei'i vlin- '  i - * -*  ���lotivtr ami Ylcdivostock, 1  built by James   J.   Kill   will   extend  .1    ' i ... ,  >C<C"* | n<>rLh '�� t^0 boundary from Jvalispell  ! or Jennings, Mont,/the survey of both  i routes being now under way.  The coal company and rajlv/ay com-  pany for divers good and valuable considerations, covenants with   the   gov-  25.  .am  ernment as follows:  j    That neither by the action   of  their  I coal company in regard (6   the   prices  ! at which coke or   coal  shall   be  sold,  Winnipeg,      April  Whyte, assistant to   tho   president  of,        ,      ,  -      ,  ,-.   ,-. -r.   Af   ��� .   , ��� ,      nor bv the ".ctlcn of the railway   com*  the 0. P. I'., loft   Moo i real   l;��t   night,!    ��� ,*.  ,     , ��� J    ���"  ,,, - . >   ,-....     .        ; p.iiiv resiiefiting the cost of transporta-  lor Toronto   m   route   to    y. i|.mpeg.'       .jo j  After settling iip some Inininess' there  he vyill leave fur London,   England,  to  meet President Shaughnessy ahd then  proceed to' St. Petersburg ,fur the   pur*',���'".'*f"   "'""'y   "    " . 7'".   7  r       .,.--.  ,,.- ?i.t    ���  ,    f.     ; trausporiatiun licunuiQo   suuth   of   th  pose of travelling across   tito   Russian i-:    -  *���  ���.-     , .���>�����-.'      ���'    ���->���.. ,'   ,  ���    . ,.,   ,. ,      .;    ���;���      .     international    boundary    hue,  empire to ,v ladivoblock.    nxr. bhaueh-  uessy is under the impression that the  agricultural poasibilitiey of Asiatic-]  Russia cannot be over estimated and  he sees, an extensive market for farming jmpleinents of all kinds,and other  products of 'Canadian mechanics and  manufacturers. Of^cials of the Q. P.  R,. li'iivo confidence in tl;c ftpure'^nd  that tjipji1 80'orft8 jn. 'this direotiau  will ho crowded eventually bv the  eiiine suoepsft as attended thoir steiui"!'  ship venture between Canada utid the  Orient. ' If all gues well and if the outlook proves as favorably as expected,  it isouite likely iha't a lino of steamers will lie put on the route between  Vancouver and Vladivostpek in the  near future*.  lacking IXou.se lor Calgary,  The interesting anuounceinent  conies frq^i Chicago that the Cuciahy  companies are contemplating the establishment of a, large pa-ckiug plant  at Calgary. ,It is argued that should  .the concessions' be granted,' the  Cudahys* would be in a, position to sup-  ^ i "  ply _tht! ontire Northwest fiom th.b  point, and would enjoy an .advantage  of poiition that would almost bar out  oompetition. 'With a.Canadian plant  packing Canadien cattle, they would  bt-- iu a position to bid -successfully on  govern-utint contracts fu.i* supplies to  the Britiali aimy and the Oauadinn  mounted police. J^squiuialt, on the  north Pact lie coast, being the navel  station of the north Pauilic squadron  ot the British navy, they also would be'  ahle to iuruish the navy with it,-- meat  supplies.���iNelson Miner.  tion,  whether   by  discrimination,   ro-  bates ur oth.erv.'ise   by  action   of   both  such cpmpanyp, either acting'by tjiem-  selvoa   alone   or   in   connection   with  e  international ' boundary    line,    shall   -  coal or coke or either or   both, be  sold  for consumption outside of Canada, or  to consumers  OutsidefoE  Canada,  at  prices   which   discriminate    unfairly  *���. ^   ^      i    �����- -     - 11 i  'against cousumeis in Canada.  The bill further   provide?   that   in  ��  ,case any of  the jprov'isionj sta^d ftr.3  violated, the government shall be paid'  ]$? for every ton pfcpal ,91', o.oko sold Qt   .n  ���s.v'poiledocohtriu'y. tq,tliG,,t8i,}i'js qi  \\is  agreement.' ,  y  -   It is slated at,Victoria that  the   bill  ,  will'be aipended ou the s��,me lines  ir��.  the   provincial, parliament  as -it   hiia  been   in   the   railway   coipi'pittee   >is  .Ottawa.  , At the St. "Eugene.  The Ait.  Eugene .cenceutralyr  lnl��  been running davtime during tiiepaSfc'  week and,some shipments  to   the  old  country are being made.  A hoisting engine  has  been  placed  at   the .Luke   Shore  and   the 'greater  ���  portion of the.dump at the.No. I 'tunnel will b.e raised and put through  tlie  mill. * s  " The diamond   drill   is   doing  goo#  -'  work, and-is showing .up  some ,rnag��--  nilieent bodies of ore. '  ,    '   .   '  Manager Cronin went.to Torodto.asi  businesjs iu.cbnue.otiou with, the mifc.e    '  this week.  Cranbrook Herald:  J. R. Cost.igan' .visited JSor.t ^tejote  yesterday .on legal business.  Fattier Oue.lette js now .feeling x&l^  well after ms attack of lliuess".  J&'oug   You  ICam   did  not .sell    &H  Tlie Moyie Lender Tlu-eo  Vcars Old- lanndry  10  Mall   Ming   &*.   LHe    .WllivJ^ ���  Cranbrook Herald.:    Last week   the   but is still in business himself, and su.ll  Moyie Leader .vas three years old. A  paper that, is three years old in East  Kootenay, shows   that   the   man   who  owns the building and lot.    Man Miu^  & Lee Wand did juut pay  i^he  money,  Jud Laugley.,  census  commissioner  started the paper saw a   whole   lot   of j for this district, wae in tswn yesterday,  pioneering   andy    hardships.      P.    J. | He says that the   work  of  taking   Ike  .Smyth, editor of the Leader, was one  ot" the first who saw a future for Moyie.  He brought hi*, plant from West Kootenay on a mud sled, and issued the first  census for the district is  a hour!   completed.    All of his enumerators will ba  through in'two or three days.  .James Powers, well known iu Cran-  crackers were a banquet, and a $2 note  looked as large as a show bill, Smyth's  brook will exchange pulpits with .Rev. I laugh was always cheery, his smile m-  copy oi the Leader when there was brqokf mot his dpa(h yesterday at  nothing more than hope aud gall to j Sin*.ir in a most pecuiiar manner. He  sustain a man in the newspaper busi- J lVtls iirSng for Joe 1)illy on tho swilck  uess in Moyie. But he never faultered. j eugin0} aild whiie 0r0Sfiing the trestle  Week  after  week,   when   cheese   aud j in ^^ manner iost his   Glance   imd  fell froift the engine into the lake., No  particulars have been   received   up   to  Quarantjnp Raised,  Victoria, B. 0- April 2*1.���The provincial health authorities have decided  to.��raise the quarantine in Ivootenay  towns, the. fear of a.spread of smaHporx  there having passed.'.'.Tho quarintine  against the state of Washington will  be continued, as health ofljcers say the  disease is still prevalent there.  <"5!4.-.V'*--..D'-,95k-  %W^^3&.  Drop in aud,inspect 0..A. Foote'  stock for geutleraeus tailoring -in the  Central building. .  WANTED���'rROSTW'OKTHY lirBN* AND WO-  men to travel aud advertise 1'or old o.staljlisliojll  house of solid financial standiuc*. Salary .$780 a  year and exp'suses, all nayablo in cash. No cau-  vtisins required. Givo. reforouc.es and enclose  sell" artdrossod stamped onvlopo, AddrcKa.Mr.n  nger, 355 Caxtoii BIdg., Chicago, i-l  \V. Ll. Mahon on Sunday. The service  in the school house will be at '1 p. m.,  after which Mr. Bowering will administer the Sacrements. The Methodist services will be withdrawn in the  evening.  Commencing May 2nd from Owen  Sound aud May 5th from Fort William,  the Canadian Pacific Railway's upper  lake steamers will resume regular  trips on following schedule: From  Owen Sound   ss  Alberta   Tuesday,  ss  fectious ami his predictions- of prosperity appeared with unfailing legu-  laritv in the Leader. He kept persistently at it spreading the news of  Moyie's great riches throughout Canada and the United States. He said  Moyie was all right, and time has demonstrated his wisdom. Today Moyie  is one of   the   best   towns   in   East   or  the time of going to press.  The Cranbrook Turf ��fc Athletic Association wiil hold its spring meeting  May 27 and 2S. The first, day will bo  devoted to athletic sports and the  second to horse racing. Tho purses  aud prices aggregated $1000 and the  meting promises to be a success in  \ every particular.  West Kootenay. The tempnrarv* sus-���; r/hmh.^ /M,nT.^,rt.,���  pension of the St. Eugene mine has; M1-1^0 QUOTATIONS  its effect at t"ie present time,-but in   a j. , By "ituteU'* of Craubrook.  short   time   that   will   be    forgotten.'! St.'Eugene.............. $1.10  Moyie has a future and it is   bound   to  Ath'abiis.ia   Thursday,,   ss     Manitoba  Saturday.     From    Fort    William    ss  Atliabasca Sdnday, Manitoba Tuesday, ibba brightone. and The'Heruld triiaia  Alberta Friday.''   '    ' ,.' 'j that the future of thedLeader  and   its  c* '���' 7-. ,;inL i;���a-��� i ,7   7. -    ���'    \ editor,' will be equally as brisrht.    ."   *;���'  Some smart alecs have been  thrsw- ' y      J        . a  ing rocks through the windows of one | ��� Notice to Otia.Foiiows; ���>''  of.the,; sporting   houses   in   the  north |     All Odd Fellows,   regardless  end of  town,  and   have  also   written'| lodgeAo whicli they   belong,  notes to the inmates warningfhem   to | quoted to ineotat the L O. O. F.   hall!  leave town.    These   notes  are signed :   Sunday evening at 7 .150''o'clock for the  '"By order of the Moyie   Wliite ..Caps." | purposo of aftendimj   the   anniversary-  [t is said  that   Constable  Drumrnond j , . .     --,, ,     .       .   ,,   ... , ���������-,  ,.     , - ,,    ��� ������, >   A. iA. �����������',       , ! service, which will beem  at f>   o clock  has his weather eye on "do gang,   aud a ? ������      .  if cauirht they will be givon a touch of ! sharp.      - By Order,  high life, ��� / .'.j -.*.���" Wihioy Lodge No. -1-1  to   the  are re-[  North  Star:ff.. ,-..:'.;.���  Sullivan .. .... .". ... ...  Morning Glory   Morrison . . . . . .......  American l\0y   ......  Winnipeg. . . a d  WarEatrlcf ...  .87 f  .091*.  :6a'  .03d,  ���11,  :tw-t  .-:i;7  Meta-l OuotiiHo'us.  JNrow York, April. 26.���-Bar silver,  5(Jf cents., Jdead, price for miners  and siiielters, $-1,374- at the close. Cop--  .per, brokers'jjrice. $17.00,        .  Londipn, April,i!5.���-Lead ��12 .osi   ,  .-���  .j  ?.  ���'b ���Tin"  -��i5i-*a;vfBr-Tt*":,iKis cr. .-^.ccg-:-'*^-'?x.'rc.Tjro'\'<..:MC..Tjrv  ' f?  ',      r '�� ' h!       ,r* .-*, ftp*���  i  k <' ia ti.c :.:ii :     ��� <*f the ;va;  .Movie  '.ia! I',-'. I"ootoi.,'y.  d !������  1 .1. ; /  i  u f ".'  ' id* .v. v  f A-i-t.-r  r"     .ll.,!.,".. l��p <1  dl'ji.    ! I. *y   ;l i<-  ; ..iii-ri-.l    and  n.'.i" 1* t. V: A ennditi.'/ii-, f a-- r..'��j n-.i1  ;;.; m uiksnd in <-  :i   ti:, *i  !.c>  '���  y tJC- ~''A   .r-V(.(..    ,.,'  : our ,--ri;.'i;/.r, is. c*  lZ"i   <���.", Ilt-L'ai u" ;* t; A->:r;-.i-'.*:.>r.  >     /.   -x  t���- >-x'*ror,r.  ��� - - ^-        .-    -  '-"TT"    ^���**W|  i jview-broods "J*��tw    -  idii  .V  C '.'.  I't.-I:!:-:}-^:  v, !.< A-uf]'.*" .* a   collo ,',���   nr   do'iaies  'm*    to   a    ':ir.i*:A' n  '] he    fir**t !  r.r- ,i ri ".-i i: i:;-:  G.''> '."'A- . .  ,,*������". Jv  I- aa    independence thr-hi-.,''.. Jum.c  , j Milling' StOCk  v.u.lt-thr* .second peri:.������u.iit .5   niiu*-lKV i  in.'(i-:.j:i d"pendenre.���The Carpenter.  "i   ��� ,  i.*,T'"iiii\v    -*v*-*rr   *)"    .c-m  ���     .* l ii.v1 ih :.! ineei.114   fd   tl-*-    Minn  ,  .  . _.  ���,��� ,   jo.it.i <���. .. n.e, .vhici; v.'i.i ne u-.-ld lu.-y  \ pstordi'V '���'>':'.-  a   gal.i   day   for   * lie ; W. t!,A,-.-'.v i'V'-^,iijg,   t'r.p'.o   -./fl   l.o   .. ���  ;},.;(', Fellov. :��� tin or.^lrmt. (he world. r<"u,h:i;ui:    read   nsking' for   the   di.---'  r��*-*��.iww*��'*tj,H��^n-v-i cu,:ao**;    ! Mai labor kAI 'StiA.)u.     A. i    ei   -  Tlie CioviV  At1;'  South' in   ch^'i'l' r - fort \vf 1 d-- . .,���- n: uie to li,i>.- t.u*   ��..'!-.  < A        .   , , ,   ,   .  *1 i*- been it.', n led, Rinl t ���' * <'   If if.": ..< ! h'Win.r moti-.'.-. which nuw;  ,ipi.".i. .   or ,'  .t i Avnovi:!;-: : j���-(*!?.  1 I.UNJE, b. ...  Barristers & Solicitors.; TOILET ARTICLES,  'jpz-iTEMT SXEDICINES,  ��� OFFICE STATIOtIERT.  !sCEX)OL SUPPLISS.   '  6 6 W '  /L.  W  0  Feck ties, fancy sox} white and colored  starched shirts, negligee shirts, underwear. Men's felt hats in all shades  ancl qualities, kaaies' .Sailor hats  jsJiildren's hats.  rn    rs  *v;  JEAMBBOOK.!  P. D..HOPE..  yCoUKEl-I Oj/POSXHC j'OSTOFI��"J0K.  ������TVf <T-��� ���'r1rJ')"%>-TtTn"*i1"-"1."in.Mjn^Vi-r- TT  wire  mother'com pet: live i ail way.  i thi- minurt' boi-h roriciiid- a  G*��* i**m^r&��~m**tx*xrM i  ' "'.Lftci diie.u-sion, h v/.is mo\Ai  .   Tl:e average  n-.an   would  rather   hi-i     liy Al. L. Holh.st'-r il: it   t'he   l-o-ir.  "��� ������.-1 ion   boss  on  a   i-.nlr.iad than   h *id !     "f (radi- rvcommi-ini t h-it (he *--(:in-  i -1  I>,i;iy i....i i;,-t prierr  fnnn Spokane. j  j  LEWIS TffOMSOK",       j  (  XOYAHV   PfnLIC, ACCOL'i;  C3u*m:*t and ��.*hi;��1. t, , #3��^?->>>3^^  'GO   TO   THE '���& ' '     J r  . JGEJySTOJ\'   BEOS.  "TO  JU  e  p'  OS  ,: ti:^ :- '  ���$?7 f  ���:**'lifS;���''  7 |;ffcf.*f. '  i-fin  |.B:J-'T.  tin.-high olllee of  -.neii;.'  -0!   Sh^.-lv;-.-  county, .Idaho, ju-st no-*,  ri'ho   Pan-Ame-ienn    f::ppsii."on    loj  13ufialo wiil open   Ylny   i]r*l,, and   lhi��!  d-ird w. ;,'.'-> on aii pnhi;.* .w.rki f i  Hifti: he not, In*,; than 'i'^'".'; per  .!��y. - Tiie r:o!l in nr.*; t-econd^d  by C. ii. 2I"tir.���Oarn.'d ;'  s,S7s;: ���'���'-'i' Tornnto  u o!ftms[ii ^%f^reiis Ne^ ^ ���n--^-s^d. xne i  ,T T U�� ; �����;    ' j- ��>D1C  ilf'.V  Jaja;;.  : rW  Moyie,  B.  O.  -prc-scut outlo."'): for  its  .-uccl-.*  favorahls.  - lie    ijOaU^r   C'ltntCI^d'.    th.*.t   t 12 t~    -Ll*  I*. J    [   cvx^r^r- r^Jiv^rs.MM^J*^*'���*^^**^^^***!���****!*****'-*-*-"*'-1*-"    A   -9   ' , , * '"���   A*!.-- j tnoiion'slionld b'M> :'t   on   t!:n   mi unto  bi'OJlc as it uuv. ^ta-n1.-*, and it .;I>o co:  J | W. F   GUED.  l~-s'i��'r^'".ii-> ti^~i-��=T  j tends th;:t ihrj further oif-CL-ssion nf the !  ��� *'���!'  i.S *  There i-; a lui   ol   j,0!,-d,   Meady  mid j l-d:or ..ut '.i.m is in had tasin   -r.-'i   i-.n- !       i; vKKiSTid:, soj^no.";, rr-*  r.yplem.it'.e 'devr.lc-pir.ont    worf    l.piny j '.'.dleil iur at tin's- timi.*.    Tiie motion in  i v(/  For your n,ilfit.    The larc;psl stoel: in ' (')  ���   . \ tl)  ' ���'���  ! 'Z  ���   !  ��-  SaET^OTEJiSES..  East Xoofenav.  abies are Supplied with the Best the !  Market affords. The .Bar is Filled with J  the -est J3rands,of Liquors and Cigars. v!  *   , AGEXT^i   FOR PABST'd   MlLWAUXEE LEER  7-T.-K-"  *r\-r~>     n���   r*ift<-*i  1 /ft   1JOYIK,  HEADQUARTERS'FOR COMMKRCIAL  AND MINING'MEN   ' " "    "  i-iK^-'i.-n ri::(*-rs to work don ��� unu'er i!".'.: i CRANBROOK,  '!oi:o nr.   tl-.e   ''ari'Mts   miuc'iY.1   chum.* ', >i'  .itliommi: Movie ihh ,tL':i*"jn,  ami   tin* |C"; '. rvi-ict: of the ''.'-.ir.l f.nly    audi   ,'n,  II. 0.  ^ese^^^mp^^Be^eee^^e^eem^^&i^e^ee^eetHi  \t��  vv  Vl>  ,1/  \tl  Hi  <)}  ititrxisn ceiauiniA %  <ii  rsnmrtn*mMwa.������.Jii iwi.T>tf.a*3Mu.w...MaiAlmMLigawcp^wcTrwo.-wj.uw*��.JW.Ww.,  A   .  "1   '  rnaUinrj of .-59:1:1- hi-j;  strike*-   (*���:':   i-v >n j no ,\av ,iil��i!\Tri with indivi.lu il -.it":   j ^       *"J  be looked fo;.       .  "���     ' ipilv*.     h.s-.all   ;:i;ht   .-���    .!   '^ ���   ..���d ���'i?J ' A.   EIjTOJST,  " i   .       . . . '  Cn.VKi>i:oc-j:, li. C  T~J-��-7-p(WWV-****I"��* 1  {.T-l fX*^T K-T>-C��r* ��*TlSi3r*-JtUgy-3X*J-'-��?y  ' sl..'1-i!.'  1 'it  ;, dyyly  . *" ^{'a .',  .   ''wW-Sa'i'*     I  f'{l^'! y  .' .fid * "  '        '���*&��    ,  J ^'   * *i[,V, t   '   1  r-j-ik *  ft rlt'il,/ A    ,j   .  Ir'f-:' '���"'���  -.!������]. i     '   ii1-  ', ;...' .-  1 *m   A       ;  --*:;i  Cranbrook ifer.ild,: The ini'n iv.-.o ,  .^ocsi into a n. w country on a ,.-.)-...'- j  stiinii; and eieans up .-j linneh/jf money, j  is the 1-lit out- 'wlio shonlt' kick if j  times get*a little quiol,  Uid -"o rt-'m-.iii,  1r   llf-ttuTf r. ,'  A man drop-pod hi-* wig on ("ne ttuet j  land a 1.oy v.l.o \*,.ih fjdiowin;.; c) ;,-i* ;  'bi'liind picked it up and handed   ::   to .'    _   , him. . ' j  Judtje Me \uf\v of K.insa.-' City. Mo., j     "Tl.-ii.fco my boy/' sai.i'fh'i t-v.*ncr 01  :n  pasFtug: sentence 'on0'Mrs.   Carrielithe wig;,-"you   arc   the   f:rst   {reninup  Ration a few diiyd *��o said 1 "Mis^ouj; I1-'*5-' l'Gaicrcr I have ever seen."  atmosphere id  not adopted" for  long*)    v  haired men, short-haired  women   or!    -^d-ndy-The strong should   help  n,i,!H,u���w���i.i��.��    w������'r...��;., '   1 tne weak.  yvhistling girls."    Poor'Ourrie  r Bo.M'dtr���3ut h in- i.*>, the butter go~  iusr '."do iinvLhir.gJo'r :he (p.i?  ���"oininn-.-'ion   and    Tn9.ur.1nco  .V.vnr,  NKW   yOUKLIFlC,  LOXPON AaYf) LANCAfJIllRK.  ,iJiIG*fM\ OK J3K0OKLYN  'I.OXOON MIT-TU-VL FlilE    '  Inturanoe-Cn.'-..  B. .0. i  ir ��ye<  OX THJE  ���s-  Port Steele  'if,i v.  A   ���   ���,'  -ii ' '  ���Cascade,   Record:     One    thousand ,  irHils*; loft Now Orleans the oilier   day-   , , n(>uC(,.  ' /or Cape Town, having.bemi impressed Xol.cc U hereby given that  nil   per-  T.I-. L .   1 til t I * . ���*        *  ;   G/P, HI.GGINS;- . ���  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICI":���FMUiELh nr.0t'7C.  sited'  ���    SUTOHBE  QUEEX'3  AVENUE.  jg*. Ai~ Jo,.  sjOi  JIiOP,  ,������1  1*.  THE   PROS^BOTORS1   EXOHANTGE *    ��� <���  j    j; (fold, yilvct lend and Copper niinPM wauled at, Um KXOKAXGE  '     j KKBE iMfLLTNQ (JOLDpfopenicH wauled n't oncVfor E *y--*in  i    V,  ���ir<vestoiv '. ", ' ���        ','"-">���"  1    ,^ ,   iJ����tips iiaviu^' u-jining propprty'hir s.tlo arc. (jor;ui>.,t,ud   to   .-.end  j    ��    *ar.oi,i!p^ of (heir urn to (he EXOlt AXGE Idr exhilu'tion."'   '  j     [} Wa desifc to hf.-ij- fmni ]trnspolj.'lo;:*j  >vliu Hlj'vo . pront;��-:n^   miii-  j    "^   cr.il I'l.iim*. in Lritiyh Coliimbia.        ,f   7 '* - ' '  Proi-jiector.s >md��mining i-pen tire   re^iiestt'd .to   inake ,i}ie  .EX-  A^GE thpir heiulquarler*; -vhttyin Xe'lson." "'' ^ '   "  AJ   CIIA^CJ  ^>  &  ���>  MOYIE,  Brititih  Coiunibiii. j  ���       I  ��� i  FISH, FLESH  AND    -FOWL  aAII -jainplc-g should ho sont by Vxpf'i*-*;. PREPAID.  CorrGspondonos eoliiiitGd.   Address,all unn)tnui;ioation*; fo  ANDBEW F. ROSEXBEltG&M,       *     k  ji 'Telephone No. 104. P. 0, Box-700.'   *"    ��� ;XELS0X,'.B. C.   ,k  % iVr-^jrzis-zpr^ AV '~'^-'A   K*"WWir> K^K* ^'^ Avn^s-z,>snr^r ip-ty-*&-^  4  **r  '    '     iLv" > L            A^'ul'- L^ i-ctuiM mveii iuiU   Hii   ptjr- - ���   " 't,f.  iOF THE  BEST OU AJ ITV AT T TV  ^nto military ��erv.co .a tb.-  Tra,m-..nI.��fi0ns,vhoh,Vl,   ,ubsL,.ibcd   for   Moyio ' City       SliaVillg"     Parlbr, | rvr  P-Vpp'  Tne arnvalolthe^e long ear.-d, mu^le-    Uditcr.vork, Company   stock   will    b, f ' "'       ' LN& IhlUi'5"   '  loaded American   recruitd   will   prob i'  I roko.i to ukc up their shaivs   on .May j  bly -j.jUIc the Bo.u- \y.ir in *-:iorc   order.    jst ^  *.   \[ iCDOXIf D  'CEXTRAL   I-IOTEi..  WESLEY CI.D"li, I'rop.  i  !"*"  MoyiE, B. C.  r*~mr-Tx* w jr-^TT^* rm cYt*r**si^r7*jrwr-r*  ; 7:f af ��� \  ,* i',if�� ���'.���  fi till  iidlidv  i j  ��� if A-      -  fi.",.-i':jj  !  ij���,3��-c. y,  i;f|;|[ ."i!|  f t'  .*S|: -. I, *  I* '"?:!���' 7'  !   *:,.(? R' 1 ���  . ���,' ;--d" ,'  ;"-7?J^'  1    ti  . ,;  -.'.V'O   *  7 i-jj-* '���',  F(5 !    -  ,      11*, . ,'  ��    ,-   . 35 - . -���  t'l ','  --i*:. 7  1  .���,-J--P''  ',  ft  ''P  ,' **                                   .Socreiiiry,  Trouble   ie expected   in   rhitte   be--' -���  *-" r  tweeu the nunc owner.- and (ne miner.-' J rr��ic;W Hot fpraigj,          .       |  union  or. tlio Ut ..1  -I..;,'.    J'lms is t!iu -rh'L' m,)St t-'O-iiplete health resort on ,  union  or. tiie I&t or   -i'i",'.    JIik-i*-  tne        r.-..."o.w.Jl���c...J,ji-,-41.LuW:i,Ui,l|  i.11,1 day, given by the 1u.uhU1i.-ju> for .mi    ll,e ��ontino:it of North' Anseriea. - Sit- ! Send  Your , Work  ���Jigiil- noui U.a", an ! lIicza ^a.ud lo bo ! u:lh,(i    niidst  ^eni-ry  -uuiivulled   for | \       " *'    ' '  nodi,p),li!ionon tiiouart  wf  tho   ein. , ^..ndner.     TJEJE   HALCYO.N    HOT i TO   tll^__sii2i^-  '.".'. ���       s'I>I,'1V;ij    o....:,...:       i r . i       it-!.. I  ���ljyTi'*; to cnpiicie tho piunt.  X-j!-*ou Tribune:    I-i it   not   a,  tiiiie  SfRLNGS yiinit-iiium, Hahiyon Hot  ; **prifig-,, Arrow L..ke, 15. C. He^idont  j piiysieiiin and i.un-o,    Btutii-g lisliing I  CITY  H  \M*  .(..tnd.   that tfrnioe-.^udderAol'1"1   '^^��^-      Td.gtapl.io    oo.���-| Wl.aro ii   will be Bono   SatisI���olU-v. I  ^ I'' e/ SL SJ t��r  to ;my part o-  thu city,  *. V  PES, GAZES AID ETC.  Al/WATS  OX   JlAXn.;   0-  Gent's-  Boots,  Furnishings,  Shoes, Hats,.,.Gloves, Etc,  -Or-  CO ME AND ��tfl$  U.S.  VfCTOKIA Avk ,  Moyik.   M.  0  .,..,,  >-),.-,���, wm Id.    J wo -11.-.U.-, .-uii\e   a.u��l=--deoart  o:   -rli.JJj.Jo    uujn 1   ,    ,        ,_ ,   .-=i-  i daily,    lornin, !?J.o   10   .pLS   per   week  IJot,oland should do >jj mucli k.eking  .'..\ ,'i-  a   t \x..i'\ )���.!  their prnJii-j nv;f, th: nr.ne-worke:-.*'  in Ko-elrtnd, without coinphiiu", u.i\  -riO.O'JiS.OO in poll la-i*. lo: die pr:**i  ici*"/' of,luboring 111 their minct-V  niuiiicatiou    yiith-   ell    parts,   of     the  P. LUTMEK, Fuoi>.  'A. SLINIST. Prop.  r.cci'r.lin^    to   r.^iucnce    m .luuvl   oi ,  good wor.K. rjnoK  riTrttUV   "f rt-!  ri; A?OX A 1:1'".   *=^=  :! IF YOU ARE A  Jamcb M. Lynch, pre.-idun! of tiie  Intern.ition-il rypoyraphie.il Union,  offeis the   follow nur   lojric.il   advice   to  y.ib**".    J.i.-- 0.1U1& cur.- nil   nervi'ii-*; audi  macular ,1,'a^ ,      I:s w.itei,.!.,! all \ ^JJ jj  , L^gE       SHORE I ^^^-^^-v.  kuinoy,   livor   and   stonnich   troubles.       * ���  i'hc h.uhs and w.itcrd   uie   an  in*filu  bie remedy n,*r silver and   loud jwimju-  iny:. r  NOTICE.  illl 3 ! ��� ���!'  (W   K5   Di   ij ^>1        ff*S i..**al  ��� ���a  B,a.rl}er'Shop.  or nojn.anr \n-j. i?ii'Oi:n-i>  Au,)aV>C^-_\   \-\Cj  Hot, Cold and Vapor Bath?.'        j riPES AND TOBACCOS,  it jii pi 11 hi  if avB. W\L% 1 fll  T. V.LOWNEY, Proprietor:   ;  j Miner*���*���   In'ii-lijuarters.     Good   ac.commodation*.   for   tr.u'elsrs.'      liest   vuk,  1 j  I -       liquore and eigais kept iu stock-  I Lake' Shore Addition MOYIE, B. 0.  organized   labor:     "Do   n���t    imagm, j    yotlc,cii haic,     |veil Ujar     ,    .u i n ,      nOCP]n���n|it9���       Hn��p'i  that bocau^ you c.ui   nut.   agree   wirh j .siruct.-d ���cello... all bill, and otnur cJc-bu  ��luU ; ��PP0Slte    cosmopolitan       510t6i I  '      In       VV  ril \1ll1a L  .a>^,.��*,^-l,.       1.    .-a         y,f      , I, ,.        ,.          1  |j{,,k^ *  if''ill*  ���ii^'ISf:     "  fi^1! ��� '  .�� rw'.'    .  an emplnyer iu a minute a strik-* i*.  necessary. Keep on inlorviewing him.  [f he ��ill talk he will i-e'tle.'''  lo  Wm  M:1K,   ^onu-umc  kiAee  Of Ihe  Uo^ino-!  jiotlliin lio'ul, iliHiu.   All ]>i>riiL\s  intle^tud to  Win. .Mills will  jilosihO  cuminuuicfltu with mt  I'ortliH-ith. Ll-JWIi rilO.IIaOX,  AIoyiL*, .Mar. Ii 1901. C-i-J  VV.   I..   KOJ-aV J'ioji,  .Sandon'd nniniciple  government   :-  in bind   Htrailt.    Mavior  i'it;*-   is  dis-  N0T10K.  Notif-oi- uuieby ��fivi*n  tbat I,  D. ��1. Martin,  mii-iur, iiitoufl 00 liny-; ai'ttr .hue 10 nj>;tIy to  the;  MOVIE DAIRY,  Fr.s-h   now    milk   dclivere<l    to   ,i!i !  C;ill and exiimine my   nev,-  frlo-ck and ymi  wiil be   con  j f  vinced thnt T have the   besl, At  .    brands there are in the m.ii - I \t  i.���f ! "-r  iv cr. > .,  D. j.  ELMER'S    Cinar, Store. \l  ~*{r <-y>~.w- 'f--���/��-��� ^v-v/^x /0*~t<- ~!vZ~ZyZ. *zz-7$s ?^:Ai$z-itjU-zvi -1^-2^1^-1^:   *&r.$s ZJ- ir,:.{.  \ , T*he  only  Uouec   in   Eaet    Knotnuy  gusled and has rurolvcd to re*-'.gu,  idvA    chief ooiiinns.h'oiH'r o," land.-, --.nd   v.oik*.   fo-  r ! - , -f   . ,,    .   .  ,   ,     '   .  . ... , n- ,    , , p-irib ol U)\\-r>   twice  ?.    diiv.     fiati.3i.ie-  and the ctnei Of jiolice and chi--f ol ilio ! ,-!-"*!iall,,'e��--li,*--*Il,rl-1,1,'i''J''t" cut  und cuny I ', -  ..       7 , t , .    ...       ,   7 ���iwiynnlwron tlio followii'i-j <l.;7nb..d  bnnls :' -Kin gua: an( ocd.  urn  f inv.ii-  t.iPiil,    :irr>     lbh-      m    1i.a    loh !..... ... . . .  -Mr.-. Adelaide Dili, Prop.  W.-n-L-',5r3CCT��^��<r��a-ia"** i > ujwjj i��;.'i inu^mKifa* ii^MywrnrMamsawnmrvr^y^i y       n.  A"ifc  '..*. i%f  11   -.h.  : ������ 11 *,*.n  '*��� ��� .,��>  ���ii'^'i,  rt . . i i    .       .       i        i   , ! ���*-���������'> wi>ii).:roii uie  jojiowii's <ii*-.ciil)i.a   hnnJs  lire department   are  likely   to   he.   lot j ,Uu.,Jvd 1U lh0  ,icinity  of Uu,  .4.....,  uo;MJ  fiut.    This should b'-ivo as   a   warning ��� Jaku  lowit:    t-vuiihw-ost comer po.*-t sitimii'd |  to a numbt. r of other   tiwns   that   -ire ' abo,lL ��-,li h}lljr 1"'11, "^rihcact  of  "iinya*   uvcrj  iliilis-tliciifiiUori.il fcO cIi'lua, 1hci.ee ��a*.t SO J  overanxious to lane on the resp-msi- ; ohmus, tbunce ���.ontn :^0 chains, thoucc u-aI. bo |  billt-T. of a city government before lliev ! chniu*. to pl.-copi" .���oinmciu'r-nieui. '. HTfiC-T   J.fnnT'!"May    PnTTUMf1 fr?\  me.umcien.ly able to carry   the   hue] r   -   r f, ,  .   ��� . ^   i>-��-^Kri.v.        cASl    AdUJ cNAY    J^OlTLWbbJ.  J ��� I .lioyiii, 13. (!. I*eli. 2,1tn 1901. ;}-j*;.  URANBROOK. B   C  ���**-���'  -.'xl door tn   iCooi-'iiay  Ifoto).   \'i<-  toj-iii stn^.t, Mo\ if. jj. 0.  -, I   III  II Ill    III..,,.,   ������. ���. ��� IM.,.. .,,. .  it,  1^  C0SJB0P0UT  'T A W  oen.  rng'n.'si tfvw4��iTjrarm*jif^3mif<Lj*ijtif^j  KOTICK.  Xoiic.- i-Au-icuv Khun thnr I,  Hen  J.  Uylcy,  BAWKE.&-BRENTON!J flOTEL.  ���1��'0R������     ���  i...  ">'  JI  -' u  J.  l��-  Kiiids.  Kditor Lowery of   the   Xo.v   Denver. -    --,  .;-,,," , - - an "cr,    liit'.'h.l    mxiv    .hi*.-,     sifter    date    to!   A _. _ ,^ J..,   Tl      ���"���"'<���     i p        is  7eogo i.-: od on another tr.p to the !,,M)lyfoUl.. flli���, Cl;m,n,;^������.r of lliml lllH,i Aroatea  tracers of all  ���'cent bell,"and i-i   contributing   ssonie    v.-oil-.s foi a sju-cin] lic-cn-L* mid'.T  "-ami  mt   to j  veivgood  iriiele.-, for lm n-n*-.r on   the   *,"*!U"1 ''UIry !,"-v  timbtr   ��"  tli- followiuj;'  .   J    A di-soiibM! Liads ^ittifitL"] hi tl*...'   M'ciaitv  of  the;1  way.     Lowcry l-*- oiu-  o;   tho   brightc-,!   U;.o.m   .m.a;,-   lukyiown-   .-'oinli   aisi   cor.-...7  d   hi-;    )-(!!>"  I i'"-' ' ���*uatt-'l  !ilm*>t  'm i-iiir,- :io,-li wo-t   of  tho I  ofliumori,-   gcnoiallv   keen.     Low-rv    ;\Io>!" n7;' ;'"'y thu,"J l'^-  --'i-duiy A. iioK  ,    ,        . ' thfrif.. iioiiiioix haiiis, (ijoix'u. ct^t   f-'J  c:i ihib  and the   J^dge   will   .-���oinu   day   mal.-r-    thonfo sou;:-, .so t-.isiius to  tiu*  yUvc ol coin  BEN J. KYI.KY  1   I  .vnt'M's in the piovmco, a  thr-rR... iiliuiioi). haiiis, (ijoix'u. ct^t f.'j en nils.,, Grders Solicited  , thoiiff so;i;ii ,s0 c'.iiiiii'.  lo   t:  .New* Denver  .^   f.-mous   as   did    J-Sill [ ^"l-,-*{"' -^'-������Jt 1  iVye   and   (be   R)omori.i!;   m.iko   th.i | ^^r^r^^- Water     aiid    SypheilS.  (own of J.araniio. Wy.nning  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO���  Bagga.;������..,     Exrj��i;>s    and    (Jenki:ai,  DlZIAYEhY.  MOYIE.  1 ?>  'st ���  heated throughout with holai'-.           , Y  First, elasi in   every   refepect.    Special j.  rato- to boarder**-'.    Goo,d samjile  room  for commercial men.'   ,'  s N  European plan.    Open day and night i,  t         l                         '                               .     ' 'Is  c   ���          -     '  - ;F  ���  _, ���  *-  K.' rf. SMAW. Troji. j  ORANEKOOK, - -   B.C.  >  *"f -A~   -Ar  ...   ,   yj^w  -/\ ,     ,^/v^   -j^^. ��-A,  -A./  -A.,   .A��  pA,   ��.A-   *-/w-  Jl^'LJiJIW��a-���U.T.��ir\'>lHJ<W<*tMl1IIPI ���  H'HIHHW,��rflWMI��Jia��l|alJ��WH��.WmMlWW WMIMIUMW  .���rf?_^f- -,-Cr_i--.V .555*5$ -A- :rf!-/.iiV_>iv .-^ '-  t   H����KvBarvt>anii)ir>'  "rc-rr* ������-������   ��� i    -r-itnriTii  nil rniMim m  '   V-c  : );��  r.  il  ��n  wf y nil,  ..ale and jieddle.s them   nrouu.l   to   n  (nilcrs   foi   what'-ver   they   cm   get��� j  -..itisiicd 'ippaicnlly if it) can    .-ccurc    a        /.-i'r,-'f>-Mi.l{iirr r -irot.-ii nni 'i(7ript.oiima7  .   . r*n, ! !,-  ...   .-i hi: . .j, ,,; .i-i.,.] jr.^c* win. l.cr an  nnce     :*uihecient   to   ti.m.-rtv   cxiirL'-* ! .'������*��� t" '��� n j '���'-���*.i*11*.- p.>.i a .iii.*.  rni'iTrniDir.-i-  1  '.'.' * -inctl'M ,ni!..:������!.'; il. T!,'ii'i;.'. ���', "r. i'.itrn1,}  ���j!i-iav*i,.K;:cf:*,Ajf the   (inotation   at '--���������''���' < >��� "'--��* *.���'* i.<:- . ��� .'ia*-jvici.'-y  which the merchandise is lceived   ny ' -'',.; ' i '���''-'��� '.Vl7- ;H'--^"'0' "ll"'~  "it..   Itpays-no license,  and . Iherefore)    ��?CKf|flll��  ^ISfllCSII^  hns a great advantage over the . whole-'! ������ A-AA-mA/ i;:-=AA.>.i wi-.on-!.-.-.   i.-inro?* ;-;r-  ������        ,        ' A ��� i   '.-, :.-.,.'.". nf :ri!-.".'---.i''-. ;-i--; ������|ouri!;\l..   'i'cniis, i-.-J a'  valors.    The company aIa^-i-vs*)   <o   be i fdy'-7A'"7!;f'" '��� -;* wais/Hiiw^Muw.  ti-.kc-u to task 'for.it's action. ' ' M.fi^^ Cv A0/r^n;:;,/fc:iy' f-l8W IaS-K  I ...l-iirc!-.',..:il(:i-;. i7.;I. T' ht.. V-'J^liinctoi!, l^.'C.  A.  ^.^ A '*V 5i' rLy   * (p<5 ��� ��� -i���  IT3C8S u-ivei*.  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing*  ������Line"at tlie   .  FOR FINS  c  K  h��  . ABDEESS  NELSON.  ���fjwy^i*ua��'ran��iitf��.-*"<^iyi^wiiwiniiwiny pajnii  T"R,i3T-|'��iraHB  ;v-'.'*"-S(  *! -"^."y^Sffilt  3 * , JJ-SBJB  A  NELSON/  ,f!iEilEl:��OFEif,^^  lilnlVJnl inn llw  N. A. iMAcEKNZtK,  Proprietor.  The . Hotel for the  masses.   Everything^ First-  in  every, respect.    Sample Rooms, for  : Comitxiercial- M:en.'' ' ��� ������  ."������'. a   v    . British .Columbia'  ���^ A*3%?>  , , >ii$$m  ?-"t'fsti  -'���-'itt?^  A*^  ii  3* iS*i*^h'  ^ i#  ST1- Bf4  % V >AJ  > 'ft m.  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.   ,C.  MANUFACTURERS   LIFE  SPRING  m  < rim  WV-irJ,-  u   v ������-��7jki*��r     ������   ��� ' A-��i��^donds,,  '   ,,,-;Krty&l death claims,  \^M#$127.GG5,   ndc  A Statement Exliibilliif-, I'rogress, Stal.il-  lty, untl Success.,  It is always a pleasure to be able  ,to review the financial statement of  one of our Canadian institutions, es-  IP$<8 pecially when' that statement exhibits progress, stability and success.  The annual'report of the Manufactur-  ers Life, published in this issue, is  one which shows such unmistakable  signs of careful management, combined with a spirit of.progress, that  policy holders in it are to be congratulated, and those proposing to  insure in it need -no additional guarantee that their interests will be well  protected.���  ,  Tn a year in which competition "was  very  keen   the, company received  applications   for  insurances    amounting  to  over $3,000,000,  and  issued policies   for'    $2,079,705. -    The   applica-  11111111111    tions rejected by the company as not  coming up to its   medical    standard  was  the, large    proportion    of     over  10  per cent ,   of the  application     received.      The total    volume of   .business now  on the company's books is  over ��15,000,000,  while the cash income  from ,. premiums     and, interest.,  has increased from ��296,46,8 in   1891-  .to.$666,717   , in  ,1900.    During    the  , year  the'- company  disbursed  to  policyholders,     for ' endowments,     divi-  surrendered .   policies,      and  the substantial sum of  ���,-������,, ,__,  added  to, the'reserve, fund  .! '-7;,?.i^vf,for the security' of policy 'holders  l^iP'Mi':' $328,195, and increased .at tho same  time its surplus by $67,268.35.  1 A careful review of the company's  business for the past six jears was  made by Prof. Dr. James Mills, in  which ho showed that, while "Jn I.S'Jl-  the assets 'of the company amounted  to $821,321, they now hj.ve,reached  the large figures.,of .$2,279,1 76. As  an indication of "their exc-v.lent character, ,only some $500 of overdue interest existed on the' 31st i-ecomber  in respect of the whole of them. The  expenses for several years past 'have  shown a gradual' decrease; and in  1900 the. chairman stated that the  ratio of expenses was about 11 per  eent.,less than it was two years ago.  a ffjgsm    In    every     important    particular,   as  lf**Wlll'   Poin1-ccl out by Mr' R- T-'-  Patterson,  eC.iS-i-iM-    ����, j3 shown   that    in    the  past,year  marked  advances werer made  in" "all  those  essentials    which  tend toward  the    building    up  of a    sound     and  healthy    institution... The ' cash     income increased by over $81,000; ,the  assets   by   over  $169,000; ]the  policy  | reserve by over $328,000;  surplus on  |j|fe'policyholders'- account by over $339,-  ��': 000;   and   the  insurance  in" force     by  ���over  $1,000,000.      These  are    handsome  increases,' and speak  abundantly of tho managerial  conduct  of  the  company's   affairs by Mr.  .7. 1>\  Jim-  kin,  its mana'ging director. "   .  The  important step   taken  by     the  Manufacturers  and*   the     Temperance  and    General,     in    deciding to unite  their interests,    is   one,   which   will,  undoubtedly,     tend  to,    secure    even  greater  economy    in   administration,  and consequently increased benefits to  the ��� policyholders, ' and,  ih   view of  the thorough  investigation made    by,  the  independent  authority  into     the  affairs  of both companies,  it is   confidently  believed     that  even. greater  f f'*--*Ji      progress will  be made by  the,  com-  f * isiij   .   hincd   companies   in    the     future  hna  been made by either ��� institution in the  past. '  IS YOUR SYSTEM IN SEAPE   TO  CAREY YOU SAFELY  THROUGH. *'  Tlie Practice of Taking a Tonic in Sprinp  in Descended from Our IVise Forefathers and Has Cooil Medical JinUosc-  ment A Few Sug-gestions Regarding  Health.  .A'jsly.  a Vfi*  -', *���>*��  ���.- fits  ft  Mi- **���  i-  Gentlemen���While driving down a  very .steep hill last August my horse  stumbled and fell, cutting' himself  fearfully about the head and body. I  used MINARD'S LINIMENT freely on  him and in a few days he was as  well  as ever.  -     J. ,B. A. BEAUCHEMLN.'  Sherbrooke.  ?A>lm  , ��� "l��--&3iia  OLD EVEN THEN.  When King Solomon' broached the  subject of matrimony, the Queen of  Sheba laughed  merrily.  "I have a parrot that swears and  a monkey that chows tobacco, so  what do I want with a husband ?"  she exclaimed with an arch look.  "Chestnuts !" roared Solomon, de-  precatingly.  The king also called her majesty's  attention to the fact that tobacco  was not yet discovered," but the  queen was not to be .shaken in her  determination.  For 50 Years  mothers have.been giving their  children for croup/coughs and.  Colds   ������ .'I.--    f   '���'''   f-  dKSfil  f wJ  Mothers���have you' Shiloh in  the house at all times? Do  you know just where you can  find it if you need it quickly���-  if your. little one is gasping  and choking with croup?, If  you haven't it get a bottle.  It will save your ���child's life.  "Shiloh alwaysi   cured my   baby   of   croup.  coughs and cold*.    I would not be without it.'  A MRS. ROBINSON, Fort. Eric.  Shiloh's Consumption , Cure is sold l>y all  druggists in Canada and' United States at  85c, 50c, $1.00 a bottle. In Great Itritalii  at Is. -3d., 'ie. 3il., aud 4s. Od. A printed  guarantee goes -with every bottle. If you  are not satisfied go to your druggist'and  got your money back.  Write for illustrated book on Consumption. Se��t  Without cost to you.  S., C.Wttb & Co., Toronto.  -im.  il  The practice of taking a tonic dur-  the     inclement     weather      of " early  spring is one that has been bequeath-,  ed us by our forefathers, who lived in  days  when, a sturdy constitution'and  vigorous . health   meant    even more  than they do today.   The custom has  the highest medical endorsement, and  the healthiest people are .those who  follow it.    Thousands not really    ill,  need  a tonic at' this season:     Close,  confinement     in     badly     ' ventilated  houses,   offices,     shops     and     school  rooms,   during   the   winter     months,,  makes people feel depressed and '',out-  of   sorts.'     Nature ' must   be  assisted  in throwing off the poison that   has  accumulated in the system, else people fall an  easy  prey  to disease and  are subject to many discomforts from  boils, eruptions and similar troubles.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are tlie best tonic medicine known  to medical science;   These pills make  rich,  red blood     and.   strong nerves.  Through    their use in    spring  time,  jaded,     listless?'   easily     tired    men,'  women and 'children 'are made bright,  active   and   strong.   Evidence   of  the  wonderful health restoring virtue   of  these- pilla is given by Mrs.' J. Lang-  lois,  C59 Lafontairi street,' Montreal,  who says'~"Bcforo I began using Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills I was wide1" the  care'of two doctors who (p?d me my  trouble    was    developing into    con-'  sumption. ���  I  was     very     pale     and  feeble;     had'no  appetite    and  could  hardly stand on my feet. I was very  much discouraged and thought death  was  staring me in  the face.     j had  often read of Dr Williams' Pink Pills,  and finally decided to try them.     After I had used three boxes my appe-,  ti'te was much-better,   and I felt     a  little stronger.   I continued the   use  of the pills for three months when I  felt fully cured. ' When I began' using  the pills,- I only weighed ;92 pounds,  and  when  1   discontinued   them  " my'  weight' had increased to* 119 pounds.  I also  gave the pills    to    my baby,  who was pale and sickly,  and   they  made him a bright, rosy, fleshy child.  I - think there, is  no    weak  or  sickly  person who will not find benefit from  Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.", '  .It is a waste oi' money to experiment .willi' other so-called , tonics,  which are.all cheap imitations of Dr.  Williams''Pink Pills. -Insist upon  getting the genuine, and'if they are  not'sold by your .dealer send direct  to the, Dr Williams' 'Medicine Co.,  Drockville, Ont., and the pills will  be mailed postpaid at GO cents a,box  or six  boxes  for $2.50.  M LAI LEAP.  Evidently the Day of Miracles  in Not Yet Over.  STRONG TOWNSHIP SENSATION  The Restoration to Health of Wrh.  Doeg Who Had Not Left His Room  in Years.���Rheumatism of the Worst  Kind Completely Cured.  Betraying- Buckles.  ,, General,Duhesme was a distinguished French veteran, slain by the Prussians after,the rout of Waterloo. He  was full of resource-and had great skill  and presence of mind. At Pescara,  when he was in great danger, a large  fortress in front and a savage insurrection In his rear, his own common  sense saved him. , *  "Who   commands   at   Pescara?"   he  asked a soldier.  "There are two."  -���  "What is the grade of the chief J��  command?"'  "A brigadier general."'  "His name?"  "De Pictramaggiore."   ���'  "His title?" ,    .  1 "A marquis."  ��� "His age?"  "About 70."  'Ts he well preserved? Does be keep  his color?" ,     ,  "He is thin and pallid."  "Is his voice strong and manly?"  "It is weak arid dull."  "Is he lively, gay?"  ' "Neither the one nor the other."  "What does he wear on liis head?"  "He is powdered, and his hair is done  in locks."  "Has he boots and spurs?"  "No; he wears silk stockings, shoes  and great buckles."  "Great buckles!" cried Duliesme.  "Bring up the giins and begin firing!  The place is mine!"  State of Onto, Cm' of Tor.uno, >..  Lucas County, ) A  Fkanic J. Citekby makes oath thnt ho is (ho  senior nartnerof the,(inn of F. J. Citknkt A  JJo., cloii't, business In tlio City of Toledo,  County ami Statu aforesaid, and that said (irm  will imy the ?iim of ONE HUKDliliD D0I--  l.Al.S for each and every case of catarrh thnt  cannot he cured by the use. of lUt.i.'s Cataiuui  Cuki:.. FKANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my  presence this liih day of December, A. D��� lSSd  '        .'���    .     . A.W. GLEASON*.  -j SEAA ]���  A A ' Notary ���JhtMic.  Hall's Catarrh Cure."Is taken internally and  acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces  of tho system;   Send for testimonials, free. ,  .������:.-���-. F. J. CHENEY h CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by Druggists, 7Sc.  Hairs Family Pills are the beat.  :    A'of     la Ml I ty.  ��� Merchnnt (to iipplioYint for situation as  porter)���Are you  married'f  ��� Apiilicnrit���No. sir.   These seratches on  "my -iiit-o'came from falling over a barbed  wire fence ii: the dark.-rPearspn'a. Weekly.   ���   ���        '��� " '' "',.-.'���    ������������'���  I'V  nn*  TIiIh  Crnel   World.  "Peot-n't it il'i y<>u.good to stay id bed  II day iinw ami ihen?"  "Wclh if ini^lil. biit. the benefit is offset  ���Jx*. me-in iliin^s-my folks say about  \,-lien i -yei- nn."���ChicaKo Ilecorf'.  One  Way  to Tell.  Henderson (who' has'just bought a now  nipe)���(Jan you tell uie, professor,-'if this  am her'is 'genuine-if.  Professor���Oh. that's easily to be de-  tenniiietl. Soak it iu alcohol ���foi' 2-1.hour's.  If it is genuine, it will then have disappeared.���Glasgow  Evening Times.  (Sunbritlge Echo.)  The, Echo has taken the-trouble to  investigate the circumstances and can  vouch for the truth of the following  interesting story in its every particular-'  ^Almost everyone in this neighborhood knows Mr. Wm. Doeg. In 1878  Mr. Doeg moved from the Township  of Osprey, in Grey County, to lot 19  in the thirteenth concession of Strong  Township. He has since made many  friends,'and all who know him speak  of him in the highest terms.  Some time after he came ^to this  part he was stricken with ' rheumatism. It gradually grew worse ' and  worse till for the last four years he  has been a confirmed invalid, und o.s  a. conset[umice'has not been seen in  town'at all. He has sat night and  day in his chair, unable to move or  walk,a step for months. The pain  never left him. It commenced in his  back, and the torture he had to bear  was terrible. From his back it would  sometimes move to other parts of his  body., wis knees were fearfully puin-  ful at times. The -truth is, that for  four long years the poor man did not  have a single moment's respite from  the racking of this dreadful disease.  Mr. Doeg says : "It makes me  shudder to look back upon that awful four years. Even the thought of  it is dreadful. How I ever lived  through it- I do ��� not know, but I  thank God that he has, at 'last .restored me to health and strength with  nothing of the rheumatism left hu**-.  the memory  of it." *       *  Mr. Doeg is a changed man. "Hale  the memory of it." ,' ., ;  arid hearty he now enjoys every moment of his new life to.the full.  - I-Iow did the change come about ?  ,This is.the question which Mr.Doeg  is nu pi delighted to answer. I Tchad  tried the treatment of several physicians and had used almost every medicine known as a cure for rheumatism,-but he got no relief.,  "I gave them all a fair chance,  too," said Mrf Doeg to*'The Echo,,  "but nothing seemed able tp give me  even temporary relief. I grew des-,  pondent and despaired of ever leaving that dreadful pain behind me. ���  ���'One day I read, in a newspaper  the testimonials' of some who said  they had been curetl of rheumatism  by Dodd's Kidney Pills. I hadn't  much faitli in anything by this time,  but I sent for one box of the*' pills  anel commenced. I noticed an ��� improvement, and kept on, and look at,  me now." <  Mr. Doeg certainly doesn't look  like an invalid now, and it is hard  for one wlio had not seen him in his  sick- room to believe that six months  ago he couldn't walk.  "Have you 'any objection to making and signing a written statement  of the whole' thing for publication in  The Echo ?" was asked Mr. Doeg.  "JSTone whatever.* I will be glad to  do so, for I want every person suffering as T was with rheumatism to  know that Dodd's Kidney Pills will  cure them, and I do hope that my  statement will be read by all such  unfortunates.  This ��� is Mr. Doeg's written statement :���  For four .years I suffered excruciating torture, during which time I was  scarcely an hour free from pain. The  trouble commenced in my back,  where it often .remained stationary  for months, and so intense was the  pain that I coulel not lie down or  take rest, but had to sit night and  day in a' chair. The pain would then  remove to other parts of my body,  and when in my knees I was unable  to walk, and confined constantly to  my room. I was treated for rheumatism by several doctors and -also  trieel many medicines without receiving any benefit. , Almost in despair I  feareel I would never again experience the pleasure of being free from  pain. * r    ,  Last spring my attention was directed to some remarkable cures of  rheumatism effected by Dodd's Kidney Pi Is, recorded in the public  prints. I procured a box, and soon  found that thoy were doing me good,  so'I kept on, 'till now I can say I  am a new man entirely free frorii  paiii, and have continuctl so for over  six months, being able to attend io  ]ooj pun, ui-aij ot[i no soiinp A'pup A'tu  strong anel able for work.  I verily believe this great change  has been effected by thccuse of Dodd's  Kidney Pills,' and I. think it my '-duty  to make this statement public.for the  benefit of anyone aOlicted as I was.  Wm.  Doeg,, Sunbridge.        '   ���> .  --,  This is a plain, unvarnished statement of fact as we have found it,  and every reader of The Echo,,���especially those who know . how bad..Mr.  Doeg was, will agree that it is1 a case  without parallel in the -history of  the community a .  TrrnfJilRnr Hntit.  Tlie year 1805 was a memorable one.,  as on Oct., 21 was fought and gained  the battle of Trafalgar, and then, as  now, fashion complimented heroes by  devising toilets named in their honor.  So Nelson was commemorated, by a  hat.���the "Trafalgar"���and every woman and child adopted tbe wondrous  structure, which would outdo even  the headgear of the present day, for  these hats- were of enormous -width  and breadth, something of the size of a  round table, and so loaded with plumes  that the wearers must liitve looked all  hat  Tlie Professor's HcbnJie.  Alex Smith -The earth i.s\ merely a  speck in the universe.  Pro lessor- Squelcher��� While your'  statement is true, youmz man. that doea  not justify your apparent theory that  you own it.���Ohio State Journal.  There never -waa, and never will be, a  universal panacea, in one lemc-dy, for all ills  to which flesh is heir���the very nature of  many curatives being such that were the  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in tho system of the putient���  what would relieve one ill m turn wcjuld ag-'  ftravate the othor. Wo have, hqwever, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a bound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  tti-ievous ills. By its gradual ,and judicious  uso the frailest systems are led into convalescence and'strength by tho influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives,  lt relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom, a chronic state, of morbid despondency and luck of interest inlifo ie a disease,  and, by trunquihzing tho nerves, disposes to  Eound and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to the action of jthe blood, which, being  utimulaled, courtes throughout tho veins,  strengthening the healthy animal functions  of'the syfctem, thereby making activity a  nccei-sary result; strengthening tho framei  and giving life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop it Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and,  gauged by the .opinion of scientists, thin  wine approaches .nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druggists sell it. "'  The Favorite Tea of, Britain and Her Colonies.  GROWN BY BRITISH PLANTERS  Amusing to see foreign teas advertised as clean.  Is  it not filth that colors them ?  . ���  Ceylon Teas are sold in sealed lead  packets only, never in bulk.    Black,  Mixed or Uncolored   Ceylon  Green.  Sample on application.    Address "SALADA," Toronto.  ���  <^2�� j$C<or  trnjcJez/  Booth by Innuendo. *  "Have you done anything to boom  your town? -   -    , -.      ���<���  "Waal. I reckon! Held tew" Indignation meefin's ,tew',pertest ag'iri the  smoke nuisance!"���Detroit Journal.  Renson   Enongh.  "The   king  order's   you  executed  at  sunrise for offending ,the queen."  "But she wanted-me to elope with  her, and I refused." ,.._- .,.  ' "Thatfs just it."���Life.  Ohboxio Dehaxgemexts 017 the Stosiach,  Liveb and Bt.ood are speed i y removed by  the active principle of the ingredients'entering into the composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. These pills act sprcifically on  the deranaed organs, stimulating io action  the dormant energies of the system, thereby removing disei.se and renewing lifq, and  vitality to the afflicted. In this lies "fee great  secret of the popularity of Parmelee's Vegetable pills.     ' <  A Trlr.ii!|ili  of  l,h��ito��j,rnpiiy.  'Of. coi:i;*c it ��'as a .Nlissounnn, one  of ihe "yuu'vt'-got-to-sliow-me" type,  wlio ri-m.-irl-fd to a companion as they  ������slimmed with awpstrnclc interest a  picnuv i:i which there was soon tlie  faces of'f-ill tin--.presidents of the Dnit-  ei,. Sifiics. "Say. Bill, how Jn thunder  did i he photei.m-npli tnati'f'ver get them  men  all   together  at  oncotV  A   Wrlter'er   Anjilrations.  Thoy were loolcing through the H-  brnryf "If you had the divine gift  what would you rat hor write V" asked  the romani'-"- young woman.  "Checks," reulied the sordid young,  aian.-  U��Tn<srANA  " BELTANCE  CIGAB  '    Itr-oWlnA,    FACTORY, Montreal  fiot a. French Scholar.  "Here, son. you've studied French.  What's this ,word here on the eatin  listV"  "That's 'fillet.' "  "Fillie! Do they think I want horse  rneat!"-  T&e First Iviclc  "That cut you printed.this OBSBsalng  is a libel," protested the irate citizen.  "It doesn'tlook anything like sac."    i  "Impossible!" replied the editor.  "Why,: we've used that cut dozens of  times, and you're the first one to make  a. kick." .        a      ���'       '     .    y  A  Brllllmit  Success.'  A.���How did your automobile journey turn out?  B.���Beautifully! Although I ran over  two pedestrians and three bicycles and  knocked two wagons into a ditch, .my  motor was not at. all .injured, and I arrived just ou time.���Fliegeude Blatter.  It is only necessary to, read the testimonials to "be convinced that Holloway's  Corn Cure is unequalled for the removal of  corns, warts, etc. It is a complete extinguisher. . '    ,'  An ������**�������� For a. Pardon.  When the stern Duke of Wellingtest  vras prime minister under George IV,  he managed tlie old monarch easily  enough, but when he attempted the  same tactics with the young Queen  Victoria he met his match. She constantly outwitted bim. Ono of his  earliest official acts was to bring before her a court martial death sentence  which he expected her to sign as,a  matter of course. A' soldier was to be  executed for desertion, and as the  death warrant, was placed before the  queen by the duke she raised her eyes,  full of tears, to his face, saying:  "llavo you nothing to say In behalf  of this poor man?"  "Nothing," said the duke, standing at  attention like one of his own privates;  "he has deserted three times."  "Oh, your grace, think again/'.plead-  ed the queen as if she were asking for  the life of her dearest, friend;  "Well,' your majesty, he certainly is  ft bad soldier, but there was somebody  ;wbo spoke for his good character. He  may be a tolerably good fellow in civil  .life." f  "Oh, thank you," said the queen la  heartfelt tones, and before the aston-.  ished duke could utter a word of protest she had written across tfe�� f*aper  4toe -word "Pardoned."  MAUD'S LINIMENT Cures Dandruff.  ASnre Slsrn.  Little Ella���Mamma, is the minister  coming hero today?       ���  Mamma���Not that I know of, dear.  But why did you ask?  Little Ella���Because I saw papa dusting the Bible off this mo riling.���Chicago News.   : j.   . '       d<ry irri  Hamilton, April 5.���George Bod-  den, aged 26, a teamster, employed  by the Rogers coal company was accidentally killed last '.evening. The  horse he was unhitching became restive and he was jammed against a  post, 'the wagon tongue entering his'  stomach.  , Mother- Graves' Worm Exterminator has  the largopt sale of any similar preparation  sold in Canada. Tt always gives satisfaction  by restoring health to the little folks.  Beaumont,'Texas,.April 5.���Another  oil ".veil was'developed here yesterday. It is about 1,0."30 feet deep and  is in'the immediate vicinity of other  we.ls., , - . ,  MAMS LINIMENT for Sale, Um\m.  North Bay, April ���5\���John E. Bell,  C. P. II. car inspector, was killed  here yesterday morning- by a, yard engine. ' He leaves a widow, and family-  Glasgow, April 5.���At a conference  of the Lanarkshire coal masters held  yesterday it was 'decided to refuse  the striking engine men any concessions and "a large strike is anticipated.  Minard's' Liniment Cures Bnras./Etc.  Brantford, Ont.,' April .">'.���Tho assessment* of .Brantford. lias de< iv-ased  S-10,000 'during theycar, while building permits were issued ta the extent  of Sl-72,000. The council .has appointed a committee to ' investigate  the  discrepancy.  ' A DINNER PILL���Many persons suffer  excruciating agony after* partaking of a  hearty dinner. The food partaken ot is like  a ball of .lead upon the stomaeh.and instead'  of being a healthy nutriment it becomes a  poison to the system. Dr. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are wonderful correctives of  such troubles. They correct acidity, open  secretions and convert the food partaken of  into healthy nutriment. They are just the  medicine to take it troubled with indigestion  or dyspepsia.  Toronto, April 6.���The Wei laud canal will be opened on, April 23.  Tou need not cough all night and disturb  your friends; there is no occasion for you  running the risk of contracting inflammation of the lungs or consumption, while you  can get Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup.  This medicine cures coughs, colds, inflam-  mation'of the luDgs and all throat and chest  troubles. It promotes a free and easy ov-  pectoration, which immediately relieves the  throat and lungs from viscid phlegm.  Philadelphia, Pa., April 5.���William  B. Warner, a widely known manufacturing chemist, died in this city yesterday. Mr. Warner was the first  man to manufacture sugar-coated  pills and ,to introduce liquorice tablets. He was "a distant relative , of  George AVashington, and his art collection included over 100 portraits of  Washington.  Iona, Mich., April JL���Fire last  night destroyed the warehouse and  elevator of Page it Co., entailing a  loss of S55,000, half off which falls  on the-Grand Trunk railway, owners  of the elcvasor building. The property was insured for $12,000.  Friend���What's your hurry, Hector?  Impetuous' Lover ���Don't stop uie,  Walter. 1 must be at my best girl's by  .tomorrow-evening.' and she lives at  least 15 feet���awav!���Chiensro News.  Montreal, April 5.���F. H. Clorgue,  of Saiilt Ste. Marie, says that four  steamers are now loading in Bristol  channel direct for" Sault Ste. Marie;.-'  They will be loaded down to 14 feet  for through trips and will cross the  Atlantic 18 feet deep, the difference  being the cargo for Montreal. When  the steamers get into Lake Erie they  will take coal, bringing them down  to 18 feet again.  Very many persons die annually from  cholera and kindred summer complaints,  who might have been saved if proper remedies had been used. If'attacked'do not delay in getting a bottle of Dr. J.'D. Kellogg'a  Dysentery Cordial,, the medicine that never  fails to effect a cure. Those who have used  it say it acts promptly, and thoroughly subdues the pain and ditease.  London, Ont., April 5.���-The tax  rate for the coming' year wifl be 23V^  mills. ' ' ���  MINAEB'S LINIMENT Meres NeuralElL  London, April o.���At Smyrna, on  the strength ,of rumors that the  Jews had murdered a Greek lad for  ritual purposes, ten thousand infur'i-'  a ted Greeks stormed the ghetto. The  Turkish troops charged the mob'with  bayonets, one- person being killed  and fourteen  others wounded. '  Chicago, April 3.���Carter, IT. Harrison has been , re-elected , mayor '' of  Chicag"o for the third time. 'His total plurality' o.ver Judge Elbridge "  Hanecy, the Republican nominee, will  be in "the neighborhood of 28,000  votes. -. ,   >' '  NATIONAL -TRUST'COT  ' LIMITED., ��   .  Office and Safe Deposit,,Vaults  323 & 325 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG.  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A-  -Si  f i '["*.  4'f-a *  u-�����'"!['  ���*��� * .  tfMi  ��� ��?&!���; -  f    t-,h  *    ft*.  1 !  ���yd  ���'e  7l  lu  ���'J.  *��� i  i(  i  *r  t . .  ' I  7��  0ft***mas  eczkbjjesscsi  sacaunaesscsaRssaascsa  emmuLgwrggwtwirna:.  Tlio .-tfir.i-.tor;* kikI Tobae.'o.  "W". W. Bier, a   Methodist   preacher  who has the mi-fortune to live   in   ihp  Victfri-i   district,   snioki'.**       F,;r   ,i!ii-  diverMon .��"-me of   hi**   d".irlv   b lnv  brethren   of   the  cloth   undenonk   'i-  dist-lijih'ne   him.      There   Mr*'    n-\��>r.il  technicaiiiie-    mix* d   op   m  th"  v ,-  which   make-?   it Hiili.-r.lt   for   i   n.;.,  proH-fsional to sivy, but it si-em*   tli i.  :.ftfer  bemg   referred   hack   and    fori -i  from one fleric.ti court  to .tumlier i:  case���in tin* p.irlicnl.ir i��f iiiiin-ipi.-    .,  le.-t.--t���ha*j   bciMi   decided   ;icj;iUj?t   tin-  Mnoking parson.  tins seems a rather narrow ver.-ion  of the board, fn-e and cnfiuhtent'iJ  Christianity of which we heari*o much  now-a d.iys. but, of   eon. so   tln*.*-e - t-ch-  -"jg^ri;?^^"-?*;!!!^!!!?"^^  hQr,', Timc was efaort^ too.  "No, you cannot.   Get out quickly."  "1 don't like to spoil your pleasure, I  think I will try.    It is not for,  very  Jong." J  "So, I won't have it."  "But you have- so wished to-go. leu'p-  pose"���doubtfully���"yon  wouldn't go  alone?" t      &  "Yes, yes, I will.  Quick!"  And, none too soon, I sraoceededin get*  ting her out.   As I did so a man sprang  on to the, car.  1  was  so taken  up with speaking  cheery words to poor Aunt Mary, who  looked distinctly better already for "be-  'ing on terra, firma, aud in waving good*  .   .   . .     , bys to her, that I did not notice my fela  appointed  jridgea nre   ilienloyians   hv    lowpassenger���the only one���for some  trade and  slinuld   know   by   mtnit,i<>n , titoe.  j sure, I v ill go and leave you to your-  self."  1. '        "You cannot^ we are in the topmost  "Maggie, rcannot;   Ifeelgiddj-now."   car; risk would be enormous."  _ Poor  Aunt Mary was white to the '     "I'*] chance it.   I am strong, and have  lips and I saw if.would never do to press I a Sood nerve and a steady head; and if  hor:   Time was snort, too. the worst comes there is no one left to  care."'  3tExn=sasBsm'va.ri7.iiiLJi\ tm t i^a^raii^ewrnawa-ijgar.iMjhji^  If Intending to  Build  lie opened the door and prepared to  step out on to the iron framework of  the huge wheel,   '  Wp would invite your attention to our  Metal   Ceilings, 'Immi-  1 Nation brick siding- and  ��i'  '.** -   * i  ���ha' ������J*-'*   J"  jnst wiiere Christ stands on the toli-ieco  question. Kivingdeelnred'th��m*.elvcs  on this inaKer it will now be in order  for consistent exponents of Meihodv to  tefuse to accept co-atrihution*? from  cigarette finds, tobacco chewers and  other addicted to the ��� use of the fragrant narcotic. To follow their' con  sis ten cy throug'i they sliould aij-o keep  Methodit-L hovs and girlo from McQill  as'W. A. Mucdoniild's   lohaeco   money  We were in the great wheel at Earl's  court. I ha/3 often wished to make the  ascent, and to-day had prevailed on  Aunt Mary to accompany me. She had  always  been    over-indulg-ent    to  but I really had no idea that this "tt-kee.1  journey was suoh a terror to her,'or I  hope I should not hare baen'so persistent.  I was enjoying the delightful ascent  id the f till, and. absorbed in looking out,  fit the huge city lying far beneath) had  hot once glanced toward my fellow trav-  Alpiu crowd or   the  Tncke'lt   folks   or j felcr"  liitchie, ViUlen.s, Davis   or   any   other    byh?"*8**"110 ^ ^^ ^^sed  tobacco plutocrat   undertakes   lo ante J    '"Pardon, me, but I ihihk tve aro old  pew rent/deVout Methodists   will ^rah j acquaintances." *  '    '  Hooked and recognized���though with  difficulty���niy old friend, Cecil Farquhar  .   in. iii   _  At the sight of the man -whom I had   TWof o 7 "R nrtfa  so truly loved in my girlhood subject-   -*Afc5 bdjL XlU��18'  ing himself to tin's awful risk, every  vestige of the petulant pride thnt had A complete line   of  Builder-*-'  dominated  me a moment before van- Hardw.ue,   puints and  Yarn-  ished.   I only saw my lover-of former ��� jshee a]|V   ,s m ^   ,        ,  days���the only man who had ever real-j  ly stirred my heart.���in.danger. j  I leaned forward, holding out imploring hands to him. ���--,-- r ,.-  , He had already begtm to descend.  'I j ,-on guaranteed,  bent forward, and'tried to reacll him.   *".  His left arm-was stretched upward, j  grasping the girders above him.' j  What is that gleatn Of gold I see at his j  wrist?, Ah!   Irecognize.it.   My bangle I  that he took from me years ago and had  soldered on to his owii arm.   A mist of  forward)  him.  I  8  Orders for, Tinsmithing and Plumbing  niyen prompt  attention   and   satisfac-  "MOYIE'S  hEADlXQ  HOTEL.  permeates the struoJure from    inntisill  to stiingei;; and   then   when   the   Mc-  (he collection p'l.ite a\7ay and lot the  golden ��melons roll iir the dual uloim  ivith tho cigiiretle stumpa and'-old  thews'���t-teridon P'ay-iLre.-ik.  A VAmlly of Natlnnet.  1. What nation moved JMrjJ. Carrii  'against ithe saloon's? Aiidsver-���-India-  nation.    , *  2. WIilI, nation' assisteft hr*r?' Df-  (ermiinttion.  3. What nation did not impede her*;  Proclamation.  4. What nation did she determine  on for tlie saloons?   'Extermination.  ' 5. With what nation did slie decend  on them?    Funiination. -        *  6. What nation turned her thoughts  to the'crusade?    Inclination.  7. What nation iii ualoon windows  khgered her?    Jlhiiriiiiation.  8. What, nation recorded her attack?  Detonation'. a  t ���  0. What nation followed lier career?  Incrimination. '  10. What n.itiori did  many   diihesi-  ' tatin'gly'beQtdw? , Ooiidemnation.  11. What nation do mental tjpecia-  lists advise for her?    Exainination.  12. What nation were tlie 1'iqudi*  dealers unable to bring her to? 8ut>ur-  dination.  lei. What nation hasher career not  yet reached? Termination .^Exchange,  ^the last person in the world 1 wanted  to meet.   He and I had been lovers, and  *u ere so no more.   Pivc yearo ago he had  cleft me to take up,an appointment in  the far east. ' I had nearly broken my,  htart over tlie parting, and had written,  jbiteous letters.   .His letters got'iewer  ttnfl cooler (I ddn't believe the bestinan  ban   remember an absent  woman foi-  long); and I. in ray pride and anger, had  sxigg (.istad that, if he no" longer cared f or  me, it would be better to break our engagement at once. By *rotiir��i mail came  a letter, acquiescing in my tlnggestibn;  and for the last three years I had been  endeavoring- to persuade myself that 1  didn't care.   Not with "uniform, success.  How did it happen?   I could never  quite tell.    I missed iny footing.   For1  a second my brain reeled; and then 1  find myself firmly clasped in his right  arm, while with, his left and with feet  and knees he clings desperately.  "Madge, Madge!" he says, hoarsely,  "for God sake nerve yourself!   Cling to  something!   I cannot hold you like this  long.   Try all you know."  ("I.will."   And Psuit the action to the  word by grasping the lower port of the  door sill with both hands.    "Promise  me you will not attempt the descent.1'  "No, I will not, t swear!"     .     ;..   ��� . -  He is still holding me, for my feet are  below tile steps. We are in hideous  peril, but one dare not realize it.  ' I have cause now to be thankful that  an annual mountaineering in Switzerland has strengthened my nerve and  muscle: ' , -  Somehow Iohe^ain the car in Eafety. J^i WAIAXiJLl  Cecil is quickly besidejtne, find then,oh! J *"     .       ,        ��� *".  crowning   ignominy���I   fling   myself/ 1, ,,  .p  "��,���������,\:,  sobbing; into His arms. Itdoes not seem [^'^ M-^IiAcnutN ��t ?  to strike him as strange, for I am folded !  JUST ARRIVED  ; - A .nios assortme nt of Chenille and |  | Tapestry Curtains.   Tlie Patterns 1  are of the Latest' Designs.,  ' ''  i  t  Prices $4.50 to $13.50 Per Pain  A line of ladies' sailor hats, going at cost  Call and see them..  YOURS FOR VALUE,  The best' of accommodations  <       for the traveling public. .j  McMahon Bros., Props.  iafiaSEKS^i  'TOKES'AT Cn.UNBROOK  AND  JtOyil*:.  i^aw  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Ordeh  i ' i  l r  B�� A, SMITH,,,     Moyie;  MAGnoXALiis.  '>  S-..V  ii;  close  to  his heart and   soothed    and i p,     -r   xiT-rrTrprNOTi/rTa  fondled aa I used to be in the bid dayd I *3, ** *   ** �����lj- ���*��� v/yJ��-o ���  before he left me.  "Madge, dear little girl, you have Hot  forgotten me'after all?"  , "Never, never, though I tried ed iiarB'.  And ydti ?" '    '  , "I trie-d to, nvbeii- I heard you were  fond of soine or-e else."  ,"I .never was.'' '  "Why did you WTito.as you did?"  ,   "I thought, you did "hbt   carte   any  more "  TO THR ViB^.JT.  ,  A rich lady cured of lier deiLfnefia  and lioiiies in the head by JLJr. Nichbl-  son'-i Aniticial Jtbar brums, g^ve $10,  000 to his Institute. ��o that de.d people  unable to procure the Ear Diliuj-j nifty  have them free. Address No, )A$:2:A  The>TK*.tiolson Institute. 7S0, Ei-ntii  Avenue, Mew "1'ork, U. B. A.  \VAXTJiD-TP.U3T\;'6ilTIir Wi'S AND YJO  .men to travel aud advertise for old vstab'.ishcd  ,'jouse of -solid.finrlncial Staudiii!,'. Salary $7*30 ;i  year tuid expsuses, all uayablo in ��ash. No can-  ���vasing EjjquH-ed.. Givi; reiot-ciicc's v.vd ei:elo?o  'sell* addressed stamped eiiv'ope. Address rtiimager, ooC. Canton j31dg., C'liccigo) i-l  VOE   SALE'.���iionso   and    lot    in  Lake Shore 'addition   on   riiaju ol,*7<'i  .House valued a iji.i.CC.    liousb :md ,loi  can   be   bought   for   SjSG'OCf.    M-d   aii  bo.its foi- snlo.at from $10 to  *20 ^ach  Apply toil. L. Iiylliaicr.  : Highest price puid for Raw jfiiry.  Pack in sucks, nr.d scud b'y express? lu  James Gill, Cranbrook.  LOTS���lor, Silicon ar.iy terrrfc in al  parts oi  Btore.  town.    L\  ,1 . Kl-Mer's   C  (Jit; ai  , My only feeling, howevei-, on t-ecbg-  hi7,iDg hita riotv*H-asiinredsoning anger.  .    ' "I thiiik, Ifr. Farquhar, tllat it v,-as  I very questionable taste to thrust your-  pelf upon me in this way!"  j     "Good 'heavens!.   Do you suppose I  did it on purpose?   This infernal machine was just off.   No time for choice.  However, it is .hot for long'."  ,  "How lph��?"   I asked.      ',    *   .  "1 believe the circuit is innde ih about  20 minutes, and I should think iieai-ly  half that time has elapsed ali-cadj'.  You  heed not fear that I shall'intrhde myself any further on your notice;"  ,   "It certainly docs spem unnecessary  to resume our acquaintance."  "As yon please."  _ I bowed, 'and he retired to the ftirther  obrner of, the car, where he sat steadily  looking out of the,yrindow.  ���  11 glanced tdw'ard.hijm.; Yes; he had  altered, biit for the better. ���.l-l'e ivas  brdader and browner', and that/silky-  beard w&5 a distinct improverdeitt.  Really, though, tlus-had no interest for  me-���he was nothing to mfe. .  , I resumed my.sthd'y of tie view. We  must be deseenQing now; How slowly  we were going! W-^searcely seemed to  move; I looked at my watch; it must  have gone madly .wrong, for according  to , its ^register we Had ali-eady, been  half an hour, an.d the whole journey  only took 20 minutes. I saw a great  many heads thr-tist. out from the vari-  -ous cars, and it^seemed as if some anxiety   WaS   ffj-lt."; ���-* ;^.'    .        -    .  We; had,, uhac&b.t-ediy   stopped. ������ -1  would have giveo. hny fcbing to speak to  r  Cecil Faa-quliar, yet pride forbade me.  Perhaps  ho.would begin.  .,1 looked  toward hirn.   His .head was out of tlie    "u "^^^  us-jus ^ congratulations in  (Opposite windoiv.   I-rattled my "parasol, | "-be heartiest manner imaginable.   Cecil  and  changed  my position    somewhat] ���as half inclined to beangfry, but hap  noisily.   No notice w-S.s taken.   , i Pjiess won -the day, and hp-ended by  v Shall  I speak?    Fear and curiosity! �����'"'"''""-<T"'-'���"-��� A ���M"       ������  have a hard battle witji pride. Two to *  one ought to win; but pride is very/  strong!-  House .painter-, jir^iiner.  glnzier 'and pnperhan*(er.  All work uii perfect snr,-  hlce gu ran teed. Prices ac-  oording lo "tinality and  at'ock renuired  NOTARIES   PUBLIC   AND   CONVEYANCERS.  Books Audited and Accounts Promptly Collected.   . .  ' ' Dominion Express Order Office,  H!ItJ3M;S Sffl8��S-!B3B&�� '   MOYIE, B. C.  i*mmt,t*&n  xflm *+*tm)~mTm**&4��M  i4u^  Moyie j B. C.,  m^i ��� vamJ^LMt mm  mifrnilfnlltm  'ie.  'B3; the same mail I gbt a letleir Jroni   CHAB.    I5.    C AM-tBSLK  my, consm, saying* yoM wea*e engaged    "  WILDMY J-ODoE NO  4.4.  j  Meets every iMuiiiiiiy evening in their  hall on Victoria street. St-jotiMnij'j;  Odd iT'eUows cordially in-iittd.  to. that laiiky Irishman, Malone."  ;'Whieh cousin?"  "G-ertru-de Gray."  f. "Why, Cecil, she must have wanted to  part'-as^   Yes, I always thought she'  cared f or you.",  . He flushes an'd says:.  "Wasthei��no  truth., in' the Veport   about    Malone;  Madgfe.?"   ;    ,  ' "Not a word, indeed; and.indeed���"  He bends and kisses my lips'.  "Madge���little Sweetheart tha't used  .to love me���I was going to see Gertrude  this evening to ask her,to take pity on  0. lonely ithan iii the far east. Shall I  go?" , . ^ , x- , .  yHe.han to -bekd low ior the 'aiiswe-f,  Stit it is '.'Nq,'-' empliatac", though wiiis-  pered, and lie is gatisfled.  v). h. r.Ein, x. G.  M. Ij. UOLLiSTEK, TREA"fi.  M&aHAMMWMlMwwnMan  i'RANIC DANBY, a    S.'  '$. ir. lindbaV, !���-. ^.  Moyie    Miners*   Union  Meets in MctJ-regor hall every Tuesday  evening. JSojo.urhirig niehibel-fi are  co'rtlioliy invited lb'attend'.  li\ H. btMoCK, P. f. SMYTH}  IV.  --. Eyeryqne has heard of the night dui  in the Great Wheel.  j. 'Sixteen hbursj A -wearisome time ic  "many, but we had tlie story of fiveyear;  <o tell each other and plans to inakefoi.  <he future. It.w&s nojxe top long.^ Godv  vFrey's band below, brought clo'se to th*'  ftheel to rtdievfo tlie tedium of the tern.  ���of 'imprisonment, playing wild, sweet,,  svalte music.- formed a fitting accompaniment to the talk in \yhich '.'Db you  *.romembefr",'\va-s ey^ron o'tii* lips;  ��� ��� The brave tar who did climb thegirxl-  ers, bringing refreshment to the prisoners, seemed to talce in the situation  and offered us -his congratulations in  Funeral Director  Snd ./]'    r   '  Embalrner.  G-fadnat'e of Champion College ol the  United 8tates. Upholstering and general fiirnitliro repiiiri'rsg. Office and  store, Ailien's block, -near 'Cannuiah  Bank of tJDmmerce. Telegraph ittid  rtiail orders pfoniptly altendt-d to.  0raiibrboliy t B.-d.j Moyie Board of trade  ?/Ieets on thefirfit Wednesday  evening of eacli  inoiltll iL\  * B o'ejoci": sharp.  ,L i?. FaiireIl, rres.  P. M"AcDO"NArj"D,    LUwis Tiio^sokH  .Sec'v.  President.  Secretary  WUOW:SALti AND I1ETAII, '  MEAl1   "MBROH.ANTS-  Fresh   and Cdred Meats, Fresh     '  Fish, Game   and   Poultry.    \\f  ���sUpply .only   the   best.     Your  trade solicited.  ai,VitKET?H   A*     ��  MacLeod, ,;<���    poet sTJ3fir>ls  FE&NIE,   , ' , KIMBERLEY,  WAEB^EK, , CHANBROOIC.  MDYflB, . Attain rffice-     '  t >  JFOK   FIW^J   TiklLOEIaSTG'   GO-   T&  ,tQii��  ii.4p.CHit; "D.  Jt?: P.; ?.  b\  3.  CrWi  Of  1  Office and ��esl'd't-i:ce    CiiAI^BEdd'K j  iACDO'NAr/U,  Vice-Pres.  kEEOHANT   TAILOl  Fine   Suiting^,    "Overcoating  Trbuserfi^  Im poked    Goods.  MOYIE; ' B; 8  '"���.iIKiJCT HO'vTtS!  JtootC on thulasl Tliiirs '  day of citch iiioii.li. Vi.*i.  iting  brothciu   ImliaJj  tohttcntl. !  G. T. ytcGtiEGQ'H. K./s.  rOri S.'.^iC��� -A. .-���;-   rnom   !ir:u.*��e  .lot in J. ikt- ;*;h(i,*-a i'ddili'on.    ir0r  iiculard apply at tliii; of Her-.  V  1   i  Drop in and  jimijoet C.   A.   .'dooic  .-stock for g.'M;tle'::<*n:j  tail >rii;7   jn   t\u.  Central building.  WAHPED- Idi-nishcd   or    unfiirn  ��� isliKl hoiihC   to   rent.    Ajiply  -it   thi.-  oifice.  Surely.he must look round soon.  Still  that impervious baik! , . ,      j  ���   Now *he is talking to some onei- - J.  cati't catch the''vords, but the vbices  sound  nnxious.    T must know.    It in  absolutely  inhuman   uot to  tell    me.  J Something must have gone \vr0n9 wi-t^  i the mochihery���perhaps   we    are   in  ;"-" | -danger.  .1 must know.'   Pride is well-  par  1 nigh vanquished.   I go over to his side  of the carriage,  ''Mr,  Farquhar!"   ���' ��� ���-..���.���  P, D. I-Iope-'**, Pott C/ios drus-   si  store.  Ior anything in the drug line at   right  ���   lie doesn't hear, aud thrusts himself  further out of the window tolistento  what  the   man in. the ��� can .beneath is  -.saying  *.-atch a word or tw  chine-���great,, fear���hours."  Pride is laid low.  J pull his coit..   ���    .    ���   -     ���   .-,  '  i>\-  -givi-ng-thfe sailor a most wildly exti-iiv-  'jgant.'-baksneGsh." ,  We seat a telegram to*. Aiint-Marj',  �����vhich' she never got, for she did not gti  ���home, as I had hoped she would, but she  spent the1 night in .the garden's close at  thfifoot of the ihca-f. monster.  When ot last' tlie word was passed up  that all was right and wo shoiilcl soon  move it wag to us a subject of regret;  and the descent was all too rapid.  ��� Aunt Mary was cm the spot to reoeiv*;  me, full of. regrets and comniiteration.  ''I shall, never forgive myself for not  coraing.'- Fancy .your spending all thos.-  ���hours alone on that most ierribh-  wheel!" ���  ,  j  "1 was not alone. 1 met a friend.  You  have heard of Mr. Farquhar, auntie?"-.  I strain nay ears to listen.and        S:lie }aa^- ns having behaved/very bad-  woj' ��� r'Can't move ma-     y to m.e] '; Shti S"av�� ^m- a look which  JJ.A.ST.  VVinnipeg)  Toronto,  Buffalo,  Montreal,  Boston,  jktiiv Yofk',  WEST.  ,   r  'a' ,    *       ��  ���Jvooteiiays,  "Vancouver,  Victoria;  Seattle,  Portlaiid,  i Ofibrii'sis'tiixsKS-rAi/i'j j'ro'r.  jfjfiger b'cer 'sbl'n Jby the   Keg Or  doze/f  bo  Ltlc'ij.  l*jiin 'Frunbisco', 1 cl.-sn at !) p  j Presbyterian     GJliurch  I SEEVICES _  !Are held.in McGregor hall each   Sab- I  j bath at ll a. m. and 3 p. ni.  ,     Sabbatli   Gchdc!   and   paijtoi'-j  Bottled Beer  iii Stock; 1 . ���.  'brb'ie ibjtside'Ord'era (riven Strict AltW-Uf;':  Vik feoo Line;        ; ll^e w"(ces  1    -    -    .     ���   ��� ���        *, ��� *  ;     The public nre invited vand   will   be j *n     4%     7117M A TTRl?^  'Wclco.iiedcoWiallyloeaciiand  ;al'i "of j W'i   U*i   WMAUnfiA,  li'INK WATCH   KEPAIKIN'C"  -ST. PAUL  o. ii. GiiEiS;  P'istoi',     J  * **   ,i*!,'-:s.-',"i .-?    -<-('.''?; -.;  ..',*;���(  �� a  l,  11. .��� . Ml. I,   .   MM.., '.ll . I WW. II   .iw^ii��U��iiaTiiii   11.1^.1111,111   I  CHICAGO.;  J'\Vi:NTV VCAJtS KXl'iJHlKXCK.  ALL LXtTEiJ STATED  i'd'NTf'i.  .- ��� ..     ' .-  ; ���.   ���  Through tickets So England, the   eon-  ��� *       ���    ' *. i- ,'   <*  linents of Australia, Chiiniahd Japan.  prices.  He turns round at lest, with a look  of extreme surprise.  I don't care.'  *���   '  dr,-.-   '    *   *,   :  :;;..-,  "Tell me���I mnst kxuywl   What haa  happened?"    ' '  '*    '?-,*** ���-.....  'ariies wichinyiy   have   assessm.-ni I'm "Thf cannDtra^e^wheel! "Soiad.  ��-nrt dnnof,     i '    a ^f^"1 "���'��� chin&' ��>m gone wrong*wlth the cbaJneZ  work done on claims in the y|,cmity of ;It may. be: some hour "i before they sue- j  work CoiMi-ncts T-iheiu  was quite healthily vicious.  "I have not the pleasure of his acquaintance."    ������     .     \-,     -  . ,.  "We must remedy that, i\l"rs. Karle,''  he says, pleasaaatly., Vbecauae it is niv  good fortune tc bo ;, ou* prospectiw.  nepliew." ���.���-���.,.  She looks n.t. m;', fan-iypuz^Jcd.  "It..-? all ���rigbh. Auii'b'Af-nry:  -TJp tli/.- .  "���'f    ''������;'"' 'vyiirta.i.ii. ���>.' i,is-0.tl;i>r ���ix-r,v  i. . ��� i  I Fir 10 s'.oJl:   of  fliirviccablo   watclu's   al  I rn.i t/"..i.j l.b.   f.rif-'/.u In.M    11...   (fiifi.v    |q(  reasonable price:-'.  IllilU'r;.  Jiial. tiie tiling  V nrt'otifA yniKKl.  ::Moyie. will do well ,to consult- oi writt  ������ the'- -undersigned . for terms. Work  ''.'<^t'.:|in.i:ny care will be promptly at  ^.cnrJoCsj-ta-, and'-satisfaction, will be  ,?UArc:v^ci. ���    - S. A. SCOTT.    '  ceed in putting''it'TigitV'  I suppose I looked very scared, for a-c  says, almost kindly:"* .    ���   -  "I do not think tbeiv-j fe any danger  only iw-onveniAoced"  .     ,     f ; 'NO'JfJCK. ���-.    .;���.;���- , <,.,,'    ' A  Xotice is hereby gj'/cn thiit'l-'havc-.-iit'oa  in-  st rue ted to collevjt all bills-and othei- -J.cbta ihiu  to Win. Mills,  souiotimo leasee  of tlio-vG'osmo-  | politati ,'iotel, "Moyie.   All  parties iii-Je^ted to  ��� Wm. Mills will jilenso coramuniwite xnih  jhc  fortlnvil.i). ' J.KW'ff-'THO,".!*::. !Y  Uojiari -JJlAiN^ lilOAiK        Ai-riVc  8 :50 a. ni. WEST 3:00 p.m.  3:09 p.m. EAST 8:00a.m.  Ap.i'.y-for Unlus, lifti)p( lime Ci.ul-i, 'J'ici:cts aiid  ,,.Full Iiifoi-irmUo-i to iCcarc.it Locial  '-Agent, .   : ��� ���       y  ('���'       *���.;��. 7 --���'. ,'a'.a'; .'���i.A.-:     '���������  U; Hiiltcr, Agent, Moyie.       ;  Prices 'G-iVeii.  ���< j  and   Orders  Take?! on  ^^e'r'y'thi'rfl"  .In tlie.feinting  'tin'e ��tt-the. *..'���  j*. "j. CAllTKR.  Pisi, Tnss. "A��t,d  PICTUE^B '  Purest, tne pHotog-rsi/-  piier,. lias ju'sji re~  ceived the finest lot  of mpulding'S in,.  East EoDtenay.-"  ^'aW-A. Prestfy ���'  ��� * riiotograpiici*;  m  l'4p  ,'f ���"''i^S^  A��ljra  l i . I 3JJBS*'  l"    ���u-''I-SA  'ii. j., cciyj.k;  A.��s't. Gen, Puss. A set'.  kH * 'ig'C.  Ci;.u>l>ri>��k  W��IIVi'a|.T  Mnyit),      Port Soolo  MllYil! on  ,Tv.'R!ifl^v ��u'd Wfiftni'xi'  HPSS

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