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Array ft  *' *  /  V  'J?  3  w  ffl  V-JC  fi  IfOL. 3, NCX33.  MOYIE, B, C, DECEMBER 1,  ������&<����&��� ��SigSbt&<b&iSL&&i=  rjnderwear? Blankets,   -  EfiacMnaw Coats, ^j^^^  S2   A  MA9.  -viiV  -en  1PE-IIETT Wfi!  Movie's Postmaster "Is  a Benedict,  JSxainine our 'atocjc  men;g  underwea;  ��� ���    it      'a       a ,  a '  oil coats  '���        tf      t(  a  , top shirts  ���,    n       *f ���   u  a  fall, suits  DRY GOODS  8-  m  See   our largo assortment of  Dap tote  " ladies' underwear  wrappers  drags good'c  of carpets  h  it  it  ti  it  It  ll  l(  BANQUET IN HIg IQNQg  Tho People of Moyjja   Gave their  FpUoT?  Toynstsan a mogt Enthusiastic   ,    Sondoff/    '     ' '  tl  u  it  u  GKOCEEIES, BOOTS AND   SHOEfik  ��� REID, CAMPBELL& GO*,  If CANADIAN-. .BANK. OF  COMMERCE  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000,  i* '       *   i   -',.-...  PROOK BRANCH, ,    " j. W. H. SMYTHE, MGR.  MARRIED-At tbu home o�� thc bride ln Fort  Steele last Wednesday, December astb, by tbe  Rev. Mr. Rc-id, Mr. P. Douglas Hope ot Moyio  auiiMipa Sadie Bennett of "Fort Steele. Miss  Ethol Bcnnstt acted as bridesmaid and Dr,  Green as gYoonijemiui. Mr. Hope i? Moyie'e  Iiostraaster and dni��;i*rlKt and is a leading "citizen iu the pflHtrs of the toiVn. Tbe'bride is a  bright and talented young-lady end is highly  esteemed both it ber home, fcnd ia Movie where  she was at due lime a rt-FldOit aud a'teaclicr in  theEchool. Mr.andJrrE. ilbpe have returned  to Moyie and are suugly ueetied iu their home  ou Queens avenue. Tho-'Leader joins with  their many friends in wishing (bat their  journey through ljfo hhall be one of uninterrupted bliss.   '  If  i\X  i    *. rr\  \  ju  ,K.-A. MTacKexzie, Proprietor.  |rhe ! Hotel for the*  grasses!   Everything First  in every; respect.    Sample Kooms  for  Commercial Men.  feOYIE.  British Columbia.  It JTll joi    nil*     hIIW"     **TT>    M'TTh    ��TH'    Hilt     III      II H��      I1 Hi    i||J|     rffl    Tlffft   rrifc ti jr  y.^DKSAULXXEIt, . Prop.  I  '.       ��� '    Lajrge   paniple   room   in. connection  Jj*^=jj    jvitii house for commercial men.   Bost   ���  **V^" Or*'1  m    of accommodations.  |f  Headquarters for Commenciaf and Mining Men.  OS  d\  ih  ���i-EEx a rE.N*i;u',  '';^^^;  'MOYIE,  I!. C.      "  ^w >*.*>*.�� >^��>^">^'>^>>i^*'^^'-^*>^'>^',^iil*>^''��^',,^'>v'>��>.* >*��:>a!.'>K  Monday  evening  at  the  Kootenay  hotel Mr. Hope's friends tend ered him  what is conceded  by those 'who  look  part lobe.tho grandest banquet  ever  served in  South   East   kootenay.   It  was a $5 a plate affair and   everything  was  kept up  in   proportion.    Covers  were spread for some   40   people  and  the courses served were   amply   done  juatico  to.    The   tables   were    nicely  arranged and tbe spacious dining room  presented an appearance  creditable to  to any banquet laill in  any   city  that'  may   number  thousands   to   Movie's  hundreds.     It   was   a   revelation   to  many-1���in fact all���and   compliments  for Landlord  P.   J.   McMahon   were  heard'from every   direction.   In   addition to eveiythiug good to eat, drink  and smoke, the,sweet strains   from   a  piano afforded   a   pleasant   variation  "between acts."   Tho visitors were Mr.  Nicholas Flood Davin, one of tbe .best  after-dinner speakers in Canada, J. A.  Haryey ancl R. L. T. Galbritb' of Fort  Steele, F. E, Simpson'1, John Hutchison. W.   S. ,Keay   and   Dr.   King   of  Cranbrook.    Mr. Harvey  was - chairman and J. P.   Farrell   vice-chairman.  Following is   a   copy  of  the  menu  served.     ���.      .       ���  !  Oysters.  Blue Points, a la Harvey,  Relishes.   ,.  Olives, Celery and Lettuce.  Soup. *���  Coupomme, a la Tapper.  ' Fish.  Baked Columbia  Eiver  Salmon,  Egg  Sauce, a la ihe Press.  Boiled.  Leg of Soutbdoivn  mutton,  a  la  Mc-  Eaclicru & Macdonald.  Roasts.  Prime Loin of Beef, au jus, a la Farrell.  Spring Chicken' with Dressing, a la  Galbraith. "  Quebec, 2-Tov. 28.  P. D. Hope, Moyie"; Don't care how  you voted; you are doing tho right  thing now. Bright hopes for thc  future. ' Laurier.  Marseilles, France,    JNov. 27,  P. D. ��� Hope, Moyie: Just arnved  and in receipt of your cable. Cannot  come to Canada just now, or would be  with you, Don't like your English  climate.-        , -'"      <   Kruger. .,  , New York, Nov. 3J.  Chairman Hops Banquet1 Committee: Exceedingly sorry cinV cornel  HaY3 c. busking bee $t home. Have  Elmer purchase summer residence  for me at price not to exceed $40,000.  Cbauncey Depew.    '  Follov/ing is a list of the toasts  and  those who responded :   .  * ��� i *  Tbo     Dominion���Nicholas     glood  Dayin. ;  The ' Province���Messrs.    Campbell  and Barber.  South East Kootenay���Messrs. Hutchison and ADicKenzie.    ''  Minjng���J. J. Murphy.    ' ���      '  Educational    Affairs-^-Mr.   Suther-  land. '    ,,  ��� Moyie���Messrs. ������ Elmer,    Johnston  and Farrell. , *  ' Banking Interests-���Cann,    Currier  and Reid.   '   '  Tbe IJonored  Guest���P., D.  Hope.  Learned Professions���Messrs. King,  Green, Thompson and Higgins.   ���  - Tbe British Empire���Mr. Harvey.  The United States���Messrs.   Smyth  ��� *��� ��� r ���  and Simpson.  ��� Old Timers���Mr. Galbraith.  Mercantile Interests���Messrs. Drum-  mond, Macdonald and Hill. -  Tbe Press���Messrs. Simpson and  Smyth.        '       '. '  The  .Ladies���Messrs.  Hill,  Hayes,  " �� CI*  Reid and Green. >'  Host and Hostess���E: J. McMahon.  Boys of Moyie���Messrs. Jonson, Mac-  Eachren a"nd Campbell.  Girls of Moyie���Messrs'. Foote, Currier, Taylor, Higgins, Drummond and  D. J. Johnson.  The Chairman;--rMessrs. .Harvey  and Farrell.   ' ,, *' '  Wra. Mills favored tbe guests with  a popular song, and the musician secured for thc occasion diversified the  program with instrumental and vocal  selections.  NICHOLAS FLOOD BMI'0E/i"BE00K rfSK-  He Delivers a Masterly  ess,  Cranbycok Herald ;  Mi  Theie is some talk of organising y  Bebecca lodge in this city. Such' ����.  lodge would be a cucce3p here.  J. W. H, Smyihe and wife are ex?  oected to come over from  Greenwood  ATTEN-TIYE   AIJT)TE'N"rF]'Chri8t',?la8foi'a visit ^,ith Cranbro0^'  *        f-t v 44     *^ u ���u^fJX1 ^,lj "friends'and relative's.  Sam Mitchell has gone to Helena,  Mont.', where he will haye charge of a  grocery department in a large retail  house. ���Mr. Mitchell has a boast of  friends in. tbissection rwbo p*ish bmj  every success, '  Mrs. John Hutchison ezpeets to  leave next Tuesday for her former ,  home in Ontario, where she will viiit  for the winter. Her absence will' _!���(,  felt amoiiy the social circles of Crai*-  brdsk, where she has always taken inactive part sines coming to   this   city,^  Povln     Spoke   From    Espei-Jencfl,  -Haying BerVed aiu.cn Tims lit ' "  Farliament.  LOCAL   NEWS,  G. K. Miner w-as up from Cranbrook  Thursday.  Dr. Barker, dentist, of Cranbrook is  in town and has rooms at the Central  hotel.  P. D. Hope is already receiving his  new stock of holiday goods.  p. E. Simpson, of the Cranbrook  Herald, was in town between trains  yesterday.  ' Stephen Montgomery, who has been  laid up with fever at his home, ic getting along nicely. !  D. J. Leahy wen tin to  the   St.  Eu*  , The Odd Fellows' hajl was packed to  the doors last' Thursday'evening to  listen to'the address,, of Mr. Nicholas  Flood Davin, for 15.3'ears a me"rriber of  the Dominiomparliamenl.  Mr.  Davin   said   in   the   elections  which took place on the 7th of November the voter'could not only vote for a  given man, but could vcte to' express  Ins opinion as, to   what   set   of   men  should rule tbe country   for'-the   next  four or five years.    That question hnd  been    decided.     Now'   the " question  was merely whether   they   would   increase the majority of the government  or   strengthen   the." opposition.      He.  gave several reasons   why   even,,  Liberals in his opinion   should�� think   il  their duty to strengthen the opposition  Referring to the Liberal victory,of   the  7th he pointed out'' that .Ontario gave  a Conservative majority   of   22.    And  that outside of.Quebec  Lhe   Conservatives in the face'pf,such corruption  as  without precedent had  a   majority   of  nine.     Quebec   used   to    divide    on  ���political lines.    He regretted that that  province had departed from   that true  consttiutiorial course. That it had thus  departed was a matter  for  consideration and might lead   to   very  serious  consequences,   He did not agree with  >       i - i. . ��  those who spoke , of mechanics and  minors as if they were interested only  in what T,vere called "labor  questions"'.  Some of these'questions did hot belong  co the Dominion House, but to. loy-jil  legislature's. ' The "miner and the mechanic and the laborer were as "much  interested as'olher men in the cohstu-  tion of the cbuutry aiid' general legislation. Tliey "ate," they wore clothes,  smoked, and drank beer, ancl' therefore  paid taxe3 like1- the rest. Mr. Davin  pointed out what be deemed unsatisfactory arrangements in the tariff, and'  referredto some of tho undesirable  actions of Mr. Tarte. He devoted a  good deal of' time to the edification of  those present to showing the-uecessity  of a second chamber, a revising body,  and he proved to' thc satisfaction of  nearly everybody present by a process  of analysis and illustration that the  popular elected chamber may on so me  questions which bad   not been   before  tbe    people    misrepresent    the   very I building.    The erection of   this  build-  people who elected it, and   that   there  ing will begin in a very short time,  were times when a nominated chamber  became truly popularly representative.  He sat down and \yas   loudly cheered  Catliollo Bazaar and Supper.  The ladies of  tbe   Catholic   church  gave a most successful bazaar and !,up'-  per at the   Kootenay  hotel   Thursday  evening for the benefit of .their church.  The affair received   the'   support   and  was   patronized   by  all . the   residents  of tlie (. town-   regardless   of   sectarian  creed or religion.    Tlie ladies who had  ceargu of the tables were Mrs.  Harper,  Mrs.P. J. McMahon, Mrs.  Niwderstadt.  Mrs. O'Kelly  and 'Mra.   Babm.   'The  quality of "articles'for sale were  attractive and of good value and sold readily.  The sum realized amounted  to' $150.  Great credit is due the   ladies  for ��� the  energetic mariner in which  they  took  hold of the' affair,",and to Mr. and Mrs."  P. J.  McMahon,'for  contributing   tlib"  use of their hotel'for the purpose  and  providing the supper.'  Card of Thanks.  The ladies oi the Alter society wish  to tender their sincere thanks to the  people,of Moyie for their ��� generous  patronage towards their,bazaar which'  was given"Thursday evening.  Mrs. M. J. Harper,  ailgKt Difficulty at Hi'. ISugotie.  A slight difficulty   arose  at the   Hi',  ... , i       i ��� i,  Eugene mine this |week between the  miners and the keeper of the bosrd-  ing house, and ;some 75 men rolled  their blankets and came down the hill.  Most of the men have already wenj;  back to work. The Miners'Union was  in no vfay implicated in the trouble.  made.  Coui*t House Sight Secured.  ���Arrangements have been  the government for the puici.ape oi  the lot immediately adjoining the on-.,  on'which the Leader office is located lei  the   sight   of   the   new   Government  Gilpin flooring In.  In a short time   G.   H.   Gillpin   oi  Mr.  Davin    left   tor Rosolami    this   Cranbrook will open a store   in   Moyio  carrying a- laigc   stock   of   groceries  morning.  ���mwT ftMM-Y^fJtTyMffiaa-yr^n^Ma.HMMaw  fe%^i^2^  1  ���i^<^^^^.  /.Clio Craujirooli: Ball,  The ball given by the ladies of Gran-  Young turkey, Oyster  Dressing,   with  gene Mission hospital ior a  few   days,   brook for the benefit of the new   bos-  A. C. Nelson, an   employee   of   the  government office at Fort Steele,  was  in town this week.  J�� 1*0 liistice in this lino wo would want tbe who^e paper to our-  1 easy for you to see  "- -'J" only (,o glad to shov,'our goods and quote prices All  c,;' ' i'n:,r>d goods are this' s-cason's canning and you will find  a!ll'.aigihuni'Uib Delhi, .Simcpe  and Kent' .branda...  Ntinaw Coats'anci Bants: ��� /^   -.'''';.'  ,.'��avo   gotito havo clothinj.;, and \v.here to get it, .that is (he  l!,-y   you need notolioyitatc,' ,yoii-will, find' tlio. best .judges  of ������  ���-;'���'  Buy'from-u-j'..'.. 7-    ,    ' ���������,  'lteo^ana;German'Sos; , ,;��� .���:;���'������.���      ";;������ _v'  ^  1  A' :'v'" ;i!"<-- dissatisfied with the rubbers, you'have been   buying, ii.  "-viy'noi been getting the weyir you should put of thorn,, then  !*kl say.toyyon try-our rubber ���"department you, will find in '  Maltese Cross Brand,' A.  Cranbery Sauce, a la Davin.  Game.  Haunch   ol   Venison,   with   Current  Jelly, St. Eugene,  Entrees. - , .   , ,r ,       ... .  ,    _ .,    .   agent at Moyie, was here this week. *  la Reid   <&>  j    T. E. Collins has again  opened  his  barber shop on Victoria streot and  is  in business for himself.  G. A. Qow, at one  tune  P.  E.  hardware, clothing,, hats,  itures etc.  hoes,   rum-  '  Yd';  Oflil'OA  cloy.  '< J>  h<,  *W��JRi  1'Q  I  m  ft  jEseolloped    Oysters,   a  1 Oampboll.  Chickon Giblets on Toast,  a la Hope  & Beat lie.  Strawberry Shortcake and "Wine Sauce.  a la Laurier,  ���Vegetables.  Mashed Potatoes and whipped  Cream,  a la Higgins.  ,   French Peas, a la Green and King.  .-'..,  Desert.  Lemon,Cake and Napoleon, a la-Elmer  ' aud Cann. '    ;   ��� .   '      .'  Pineapple Ice, a la -Miners' Union,  7    ;'        o   ,Fruit. 7 ."������_'."  Ornges,  Apples,  Assorted   Nuts   and',  ',������...     ' '' '   'ihiisens. '".��� j  American and Edam Cheese. ,   a j  CafcNoir.     Cognac.   ' \Vater Biscuits. I  Don't forget the Quadrille Club  d.uice in Odd Fellows hall next Friday night Dec. 7th.  pital is reported to be a social and  financial success. The music was  furnished by Professor Wilson of Moyie j  aud Mr. Greer of Cranbrook. Those  attending from Moyio were Miss Henderson, Miss Talbert, and Messr-j. Mc-  Vicar and Hart.  Case Wfia Dismissed.  Last Thursday the tria.1 of the men  who wero charged with playing at a  gambling game in a   local   cigar store  Rev. G. B. Grcig will   give   bis   en-! came off,  aud the   parties implicated  lertainment with round-the-world lime i were dismissed.    The   case   wa-:   tried  ou   Dec.   1-tth.   Tickets   before Government Agent Armstrong,  light   views  | uO cents. *������: .7 '   ,, .       ������  A largo addition is soon to- be   built  to the KoQte'nayo hotel.    The  increase  ih business in the lastfow months ha*-  mmio-this stop necessary. . ..���..;.;  There is talk,of organiaii.g a band.  in Moyif-.. Those contemplating giving  in should consult'E. J. Cann.  Kev. AlexDuun was up  from   Trail  After tbe'variong courses were serveo, j (,[,'js v.-eek on a visit.    ile;ia   now   em-  :jt!  ts  **1��.  ^^0  '^mm^^wm ^3^^^^s^^^^^^^.  Chairman Harvey nipped   for  tion.    He spoke in clewing   terms  the occasion and , of   Mr.'   Hope,  iruesl,    Before.calling on   tho  various j  tonstd of   the' evening, a,  number ������ of j  telegrama   wero  banded.him,  which.}  lie road ���  alto ii- j ployed at the'snielte'r at that place.  Miss Nellie. Mnrchison of, the 'L'akt  Ottawa, Nov. 28.  Chairniiin Hope Banunct  Committee : Tbo-postmaster.general's depart-  nicufc. extends: congratulations,  Wm. Mulock.  -.Shore hotel -met with ' the misfortune  of falling and fracturing,her jarni one  day this week. ; ..'    ��� y  P. J.'Cahill will soon move his stock  pf goods to the building in tho Lako  Shore addition- formerly occupied by  D. L. Bettcben.  and J. A. Harvey cippeared forothe  defendants.  . .���,.;,������'  ��� Olid ITeriows XCloct 'Onicci*3. ���:  ���   At the regular; meeting,  of   the   Odd  'Fellows of Moyi,i?.laat Monday evening  the following,dilicei's,were'.l! =:.'Lod : '���',.���  7,W, L. Reid, N.-Q-.7'.-'���':������. ���".;'   ,��� .'������"-  ' F. I. Moore. V. G.y. o  Frank D.inby, 11, S.   "A." "���.''  J.M/Liudsay,,F.'s.  M. L.'Holliater,Trefi*3.  MeVlttie & Ilutohiaoii Ilis-Oiye.  The firm of Mc-Vitlie- &.Kutchiso'n, >,  of Craubrook,  have 'dis.6iv'ed p'-'-rl-ner-  ship by mutual consent. .'.Mr. Hutchi  sou continues the. business of the firm  ���Residehtail lots If 125 for.sale.   See  D. J, Elmer.    ���������';���:  Motul (luotr.Uauij.  New York, Nov. 28.���Bar silver,  C-fj cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelters, $-1.00 at'tbe close. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00.  POCAI ITJ3.U3.  T. E. M.ibaffy is getting his store ic  the new Farrell block nicely arranged  and is getting in a splendid stock' of  gents' clothing and furnishing-:,  ' Mefhoditit church eetwiooa v/ill bi.  held in tho school house on Simdiry  ne.Tt at 'X. p. m., when Rev. W. G,  Mahon will speak on a special subject.  All are made welcome to tlieso -aei-  vices.  Tlie Ladies Aid of the  Presbyterian'  church have arranged for the opening ,  of the uuw century with an ovbicr ^uti-  per and entertainment on Jan. 2,11)01.  Particulars later.  , The members.of 'Key City ���'. Lodge  I. 0. O. F. of Cranbrook intend .giving  a rousing dan'cc ��� on. th.3 , evening of  January 1st. ' Key City lodge has 'the  fiiisUityA-ydoing things right   and   tho.  j sncocoA a' their ball is'assured;   ....'���     : .  . ' \v:or:1 .bai'. been received", thai 'V,'.'���'.? ,-  ! Y.:A;-!, iA, one time a residual of M'ovh:.  ��� . .'.���'  was killed'a short,time ago .u.e.u' ��Vnic--  ! boui-n-a, Newfoundland;'by falling from  ! ivdiv.in. ��� Mr. Yates was for some time  ! cook at. Park,. Mitchell & Cq>'boarding/  hoilfiC.  A. H. Bliickuby, past representative  of tlie I/O. ��),���''. lodge of Ontario,.wad  lero     and   visited    tbo   local    U'dg-.*.  Blackebydias b*.o'U au Odd Felloe  for  ,rs and a:t inripcctor of lOsig-.-s for  ia.    Ho   has   at .one ���time   o,:  r.  fc  this  The  -iave;  :ary.  Yoii  >ii'  ff  '        %  fi  one  ,  A"  Kf      ' j  oc,  a  went  Y11  .is not  "  1  cured  [1  linted  y all  cs at  itnin  Htecl  **�����  ' you  L*S  li nd  j B  Sent  lo.  --o7"fl  lent  iccl-  ���' .inns  ih���  :ted'  ,  the  -  >ves  . -  ap-  jnd  try  -  ad a  ���-.  aic-  **  liii-  j-  '  NV  ���i  Hut  f-  .ck-  jy  .t  i  Vou  ,'  It  ser  i'  .our -  t  Do  y  out  -  ���Itf-  y  I'i  ew  ,  nix  ��� . ]  llirr  l  ex-  , (  .nd  1     j  not  ' ��� 1  it a  ., 9  SIC  ���-j  as-  f       *, 1  ief,  -v 1  ecc  J  0,  fue  ay  d  an.  m  0.  vck  rd-  :&���  af-  ud  rai  ve  nil  .>st  .n-.  or  >m  il  ik,  la  ��- .'-*,  ^S*'  ^���51 II  '$' ;>l [l  J 1*. &l  'HI  *  ?,  \ V.alrti'  imrnpf��wy*g,:-jtgMgas^^atKgz^jas^ju^.a'ta^^-yr.'^. T^s^s^iir-toiapaEadag^^  ^il^fr        I flu  iaJjilij  iittAL'IilL  .'A '-^ftr" '  i'}A'"'%'ti;'"''  U'-���--j*p--?:i,v ���  j **V*��������*& &r-'  Iv.^:#:Ia'"  IfA'ij.fe', :ij. ,  li'.a^Sw  if   -' "l!��*<?.,  '  I|ry &1fe- !  I*. *��� i-.r-J ;J'f  11' ii-ifvLV'.  Published in the interest of,ihe people i ^'f1-08 uoicd'  i - . '  ���melons; inasmuch as   they   keep   tl  | Ii* * lo one., o-:t of mischief  --A ing employment   at   ths  aatfBatejj^ggBnaagrBaEJirt ^  by finish-! City   Shaving! Parlor,  munificent  CENTRAL   HOTEL  of Moyie and East Kootenay.        j  S'. J. BAiYXH A- CO.,  Publishers.  P.J.TJES OF .SOB-JCRIJ'TfON.  ��v>*ie  .."1^.00  SATURDAY,  DEC., 1, 1900.  The St. Eugene .bears the distinction  r:L being the first mine iu South East  ,"L7oouhay to declare a dividend.  m >' if;rt;?i  For 300 years Mexico lias   produced  t j..: i bird''of   the   world's   supply   of  jsilveA    The production now   is   over  '^00,000,000 a year.  '''' (Ml]  Ji- .1' .vl..��J  The bricklayers of Boston are justly  \   il-rS-^l      proud of their union.    XL has  $30,000  '���"    '"*������"      .in its reserve fund, and  is  constantly  radding io its bank   account   and   in-  creasing its membership.,  ,������ -(!  *���-' t$l  ���?  BrjjVfc .Men Fall.  Victims to stomach, liver and kidney  troubles as well  aa   women,   and   ail  feel uhe   results   in   loss   of   appetite,  poiseris in the blood,   backaches,,  ner-  j vousness,^headache and  tired, listless',  j:"ji--io.vu foiling.    But titers no need  j to "feel like   that.    J.'W.  Gardner^  of  1 Idaville, mil., says :    "'Electric Bitters  are jubt the thing ior a man when  he  don't care whether he lives or dies.   It  gives me new strength and  good   appetite.   I can now  eat  anything and  liaVe a new lease  on   life.''    Only   50  cents, at P.   D.   Hope's   drtig   store.  Every bottle guaranteed.  nope Hotel  WESLEY CUXE, X'rop  'JOHN HJDTTCBISON,  Fire and Life assurance. Min-  ' " Broker, Land   Surveyer and*  Conveyancer,    and    Notary  Public.  I.oarc Orders *rtl2Xea&er| oftce, MOYIJB.  XMAB <& NEW YEAR'S  .i i  fllXTH.^Froiirlutur.!  This bolei;io;now open to, the public, and'is - well ^furnished throughout. None but the beat ����� brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept ia stock.  �� ��� ft i  P. D-SOEE,  \a~ -itfi ��������;���,ii'it  it - Vi ^hU,-!l  ������,.-, il'iv .;��'7--, n  sfiV*-  I ii i^! ,1,4  'is  U-jif.. rf  ,1.1   !��,. l-llf  .New Denver Ledge : It is said ' that  ��� .Billy Hearst will start a paper in  Washington, D. O., with Bryan as  Editor al a salarf of $25,000 a ' year.  'That will be almost equ il f,o being  president, and should keep W. J. in  ���Mover and politics,  TO TTllh' HEAP.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear DrunJs, gave $10,-  000 to his , Institute, eo that deaf  people uhabio to procure the Ear  Drums, may have tlieni free. Address  No, 14522 The Nicholson Institute, j  780, Eighth Avenue-', New York,  U. S, A. ���     ,     '  J   Ro COSTIGABTi Q>- C.|,  oiFics;   Baiilc of Commefco Bldg.,  b. a  CEANBROOK,  Ciit'fclllSt and Druggist,  MOYIE. Hi C  1 ' ^.-eiiiDi i" i'i     ���'     ","  FIRST    CZAS3: ACCOMarODATIOJS.  MOYIE, B.  The Chamber of Mines  SouthorH B. C. (Eodtei-fiya and Ynie:}  I  Assseeiiient work tioiitr'acts Tiikeit.  Parties wishing to have   assessment  work done on claims in tho vicinity of  Moyie; will do well to consult or write    the   undersigned   for   terms.     Work  Before aiiotlier'issue  of  tbe Leader I .leffc iu m?' car.e ��� Ttr'i11   h-e "promptly at-  ! ended   to,   and   Rutisfar.t.irm    will    be  Harvey   &;   Mc Carter,  FOKT STEELE, B.C  ' Hsrroy, UlcCarter & Aiexftiidori  FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  LEWIS THdMSOM,  i'l-i t.-H'it-'f  iclection  tiay /or Kootenay will be at   v-"t,*    vw>  guranteed,  t* <*     1     *I r f t .3  \u  ��� -     f  -' t   s'A !  I; i ;>.' i'.e;!f  fer   -  pi  .l^�� aft.  i j ill  i!i ftM~$  IE ! f!l  , hand. The Leader has not taken an  active pail.m fnis campaign, but has  .all along been favorable towards Chris.  Jfole'y, the labor pandidate,' and would  fiiow urge its readers to give him their  'atfpport. - ���   v    -'   ���  Thc girl who has the suap and energy to earn a livelihood at honorable  .-employment, be it, in tlie kitchen or  ���c.toro, the office or the dressing room,  is just ae good as any millionaire's  ���daughtei who drives a bob-tail team  or belonges'to .the best social clubs.  ������~-Farnklin Leader,  The v.-ay of the  vain i3   hard,   day  ,-Gould's daughter "married   a   French  count.    ^5he v?us stuck on title, and he  <on menay.    In four  ye.ua   the   count  olev; in over  five  millions, and   now  George Gould-has   been ' appointed   a  " "viutcfi to look after his   sister's 'financial aflairs. , No guardian has yet been  appointed for the count.���Ledge.  satisfaction    will  S. A. SCOTT.  5\(    M  ? fi y^����.  i ii "is' s j*  w. . f   "!yki'\ --  u   l5*W"  ji f n  Ai3 will be eeen fii* another column  ���ot the Leader a tract of 5,000 acres of  umber land situated on upper Moyie  ��ukc im3 been located and filed 'on by  L'io*) ic i>arties.;' It iu one of the most  -:c\v. \ "1c- tracto in South East Koote-  :.i.y c -id v.'ill some da)' prove a valu-  ^\->. in -nrisjlion to Moyie'e trade.  NOT1C     ' "  A. meeting: of the Lieense^Commisnloners Arill  be held in Moyie on December 15th: 1900, and at,  snid',meeting, the  following  applications  for  liquor licenses will be consifiered:   ���  F, W. Frith, Lake Sboro hotel,       Moyie.  Victor Desaulnier, Central hotel, ".  N. A. MacKenzio, Jlanhatt^n hotel, . ���<  Frank McMah'ou,   Kootenay hotel, ,.        " "  Win. Mills,'. Cosmppolil an hotel)        "  Johnston Bros,     jStoyio hotel, ;  "  ' w. h: baenes,  ' -   '   Chief Liceiide inspector:  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission ��� and  Insukaitce Agent.  .  Money to Loan.  Moyie,  B, C.  , NOTICE. . .  Notice ls hereby given that I will, .not from  this date hold myself responcib'le for debts contracted by my husband, John DHL Neither is  thesp.id,.John Dill aiilhoiized to collect .my  accounts. Mri Adelaide Dill. "  Moyie, Nov. 2.j, 190O. .  ���        '    3 32  w. f. gurd;  C-* . "t  1      i R *  \C       '���*���'%& \*W'��  K    ' .   ill.  -, r/,  .1 y% ��  �����* <i  :'-iioP,o arriving in Prance' Oom Paul  j.'is proudly 1-oaatecL that "tbe Boers  v.-ouU: never yicld.their freedom; tbey  vvoiild raiher be e--terminatcd to , the  !a?t miino' It ic ,a. noficcublc fact,  lowc-ver. that Ivruger made oiuc that  '.e. was dead safe out of the country  rVfort-. making ihe aosertfou. Pie at  'east will not. bo tbe last man.  CJ"L&*^   "ni   iii ii - ii iiurmianui  ���\Ybcu Cbtis. Foley received the  Jiomination from tho Independent  1,-bor party be  was   working   in   tbe  , NOTICE.    . ,' .'   .     '  Notice is hereby given that I, Malcolm Grant,  of jroyio, B. C contractor, intend 30 days  after date to apply to thechief commissioner "of  lands aud works for a special license under  land nets to cut and carry av,-av timber ou the  following described lands, situato in the vicia-  ity of Moyie aforesaid, towit: The south east  corner post of said lauds is situated about three  miles west of the lower end of upner Moyio  lake and south of Lamb creek, thence -ISO chain  wept, thence 20 chains north,' thence -ISO chains  east, thence 20 cliaius south to point of commencement; containing 1,000 acres or therely.  MALCOLM GKANT,"  Moyie, 21 th November, 1900. _ 3.30  NOTICE.  Notice is heroby given  that  I, Thomas ily-  Iaiul, ro.neher, Moyie, B.C.,.intend thirtv days  after date to apply  to the   chief commissioner  of lands and works for a special license   under  land act-i to cut and convey timber on the following described lands situated in  the vieiuiiv  cf Moyie aroietpjii, towit:   Thc  northeast coiner popt of .said lands is situated about one and  piie-bull" miles from  the  w��st   aide  of  upper  Moyio lr.kc p.t the  upper   cud, thereof;  thence  'outh  120    chi<ins,    thence  west   SO    chains,  thence norlh H'O chains, diecce east &0  ch-iiiis;  I j place   of commeuceJDent,  containing 1,000  acres or theriy.  ,     - ��� ' THOMAS Hr'LAND.  Moyie, -jo'tii Ncvcmbor, 1900. j-30.  BAltltlSTJEli, SOLIClTORj ISTC^  l ( , L  CRANBROOK,  ��� B. C.  C F, HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  rC-FFICE���FABEELL BLOCK.  MOYIE,   "     ���   "     British" Coiumbia.  1- - c 1  THE  L^KE   SHORi  Barber Shop.  Opposite . Cosmopoliten    Hotel  TV. Ii. FOISY 1'rop,  EAST KOOTENAY. BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  treated Waters of ail  Inds.  The Chamber of minos wants thoroughly reliable correspondents in  eyerycampin the districts of East,  and West Koootenriys and Yale, to  whom reasonable compensation will be  paid for their services.  Correspondents will be expected to  furnish the Chamber of Mines with all  development going on at the mines,  the installation of Machinery, shipments of ore and valu, and generally  such news as will attract the "attention  of capitalists and cause them to investigate and invest. Applications to  be addreesedto. the  CHAMBER OF itiNES  '���   Southern British Columbia/  P.O. Box 57S.        ROSTAND, B. C.  fa  %  I ,.     c     JOHJVSTDN  J3EQS.  i i'MfciHot'el is New and well Furnished. The  I Tables are Supplied with the Best the  8- Market affords. The "Bar is Filled with  I        the Best Brands of Liquors and/ Cigars.  jj     ' AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER.'"  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL    .  AND MNIING MEN '  w ~ -��    -i(i ��� ���        JJiitxisnr coi.u3ntr,v  .UOIYB,  n\  (ti  '���V.  I  >i>  /f-  '0  'f!  I  w  w  v;  Clothing,   Gents'    Furnishtngs^  Boots^  Slioes9 Hats, Gloves. Etc.  Bread delivered ��� '  -   to, any part of the city.  PIES,. CAKES Ah ETC.  Alwats on Hand. "'  , A. SLINN, Prop. .,  co^fE And see us.  Vjctohia Ave., JIoyie, B. J  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water and Syphens,  MOYIE DAIRY.  Fresh new milk delivered to all  partsof town (twice a day.. Satisfaction guranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, ^rop. ��  WM. MILLS; Proprietor  Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations  for  travelers.  Jliquore and cigars kept in stock.  Best   vi^r  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS' OF  CLL AT THE  NOTICE.       ���       ���     . -  Notice is hereby given thatl^richnol Ehccily,  ��* j^oyio, B. C, contractor, intend thirty   devs  vUV iiimarc-d foot level  of   tho   Centei pftcrilato lo apply to the   chief commlssiouer  of lands mill ^orks for a special  license  under  lani! act (o cut and carry away timber on the  \  Hi  ���* ���* f *  - J ( \  1 <. U  1 * **' &  '^.ir mint*.    When the   telegram   re-  iiii-fMng l"'m to   accept    the   nomina-  'joji w..p handed   to   him   he   simply  p'U'--"d )'.m:jr c.nougii in    his  'work   to  -Uti-ihu! b'  would accept the  honor-  -iblo b'.-t it I'd no us task  of cairymg the  rndcpcndeul    standard    through    the  campaign.    No more unique   nomination wr.u  e.->c-r   made.    No   man   was  c % er lens of. a self seeker, yet 7 ho '".nominee-ever had the cause  he advocated  more at heart.    Chris. Foley  did  not  seek,   the  following fiioeribed lauds niluated in the vicimt.v  of Movie aforesaid, towit: The northeast corner  post of said lands is situated about three mlliA  ��esi of theloivcreiidof upnor Movie lukt and  1101th of hwnb creek; theuce 4SO chaiMs west;  Uic-uoe'-O chains south; theuce -ISO chains oast  teaucel-O chains north to place cf comwioncc-  l'lUitcotii.iiuinryi.OCO ncres or thereby.  MicirAKiJsr-rirAnv.  Mojic, ^fih yovembor, lyCO. ?,y,o  Eca3  Cabinet Cigar Store  J. i. Mcintosh, Prop.  Queen's Atenujs. L^OYIE, B. C.  Lake Sliore Addition  MOYIE; B,  ui  John Bry'den  ASSATIBIM,  FOB, FURNITURE   AND   COMPLETE HOUSE  Furnishings^  Stoy^s,   Hardware,  Clothing, and Groceries,  Call oil .      ��  NELSON,  iJ-O.'j  KOTICJ3.  ".Kctice is hereby given that 1, rhiijp   Jame1-:  �����*,-���,���     ,v ����� o   ,-ACHhnl*    0/   :,Io-vi0'   B.   C.,'inercliaut,   intends  Oiiice;   the    ofiice   SOtlgbt   tmuy day-, after date to cppiy to the chief corn-  bim, anchfound him in the foilr  bun  dred foot l.eyel.���San.dou 'Ray streak.  '<���'  Children from eight to nine j'eara of  age-work in the cotton mills pf North  Carolina from nix at   night  to  six in  - be. morning for the princely sum of  10 cents'** night. These mills pay, a  regular dividend of 10 per cent to  the stockholders. Are the, owners of  these yniiih Jiumnn' beni-ji? Fancy  enjoying the luxuries of life at the o;:-  1 onseoof tliaylahpr of little children in  Jhc.loiu>. houni.ol flic :iiy-;h i!: The Cbi-  - ee doivl iieod .mist'icaa.-ies' half ao  iJndly us do (ho cotton mill operators  orthcsor.t-j1i. If they can't bcreach-d  by tbo gospel, -inoro coiecti've. numiaireo  ���.hould'���bc'imcpred.'.fo'r eucli baybari'tioa  .a,l;a disgrace 1,0 Ih'tf fc'tate.and   nation.  $&i. is hot unlikely tiioplea will be made  Uteso operators ore   uublic  L'ene-'  mis^ioner oi hums and works for a special  license under land, acts to cut and carry away  timber, on the follo-yihg described lands situntdcl  in the vicinity of Moyio aforesaid, towit; The  .northeast cdrncr post of said lands is-situated  .about two and one half miles'.west from the*  upper end of upper ''Moyie lake; thence .south.  240 chains, theuce west040 chains,' thence north  210 chains- thence east -10 Chains, to place of  comineuceinftut containing- ' 1,000- acres or  therely,' PUXLLP JA'M��8 CAHXLL.  Moyio, i?lth.J��oii-.'ioc��0. A    . ��� .    :;.;:>;>  B. C  um��i��ui��uMiutri ii.mihiim.iicc  BOOTS    ATX��    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  NBXT DOOR TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  Has.jtist received from the east  a large assortment, of new  Woolens, including Scotch,  English and American suitingf.".  trowyorings and overcoatings,  and is in n position to offer the  best satisfaction in style and fit  towards his patrons. 'Call early  and inspect the stock.  South Victoria St.,   Moyie,  JB.  C.'  Agent  for   the Hamilton  f'owdor  Company, ,and   Siierrin Williams' paint1  i^Wwnu^^yj^ew^caru-'WijJiL vtiil^'t��*..l*^ii^j*^'*rt*3rK.Tgm>tm^��\m*  '���'������. i WHixWUMMU.!'* M1*  _y l  , KQT1CE.  KotJccis hereby given lluttf, Anthony O'l'ellv,  pf Moyie,,B. C, ititeuds thirty days after date to  ��PPly-lo the chief cowraissiouer of landi, ai;d  wo'-ks for t'-f-'peeial license uiidui* And' a^taAe  to err ,-,j1(;i. ean-y uwiij-.tiiaher ou- the lolAjviiis-:  '.'ii!/:rihed lands situated'-Ui .. tb*, vicinity .of  .Moyi'jafo.i;e.s'.i<i,.l/i.-'wit-. 'iho: hv,.-.i.!;..eai;('. '.:enier  -,iost...'f Kiiia.!(i.iMlsisf-'iiu:Ue"a near-the nop;;! -nd  of upper Moyio la) c f roi;(i?"E -;;;!���' h>..i;.e on -Die  west,' side thereof; thence south A'-iu ciij.-i!.''  thence vwet-JUohaiu*. Uunie wnh :'���!') clrLia  UNION BARBER SHOP  AND. BATH ROOMS.  ,  T.  K,vCO.tXI^S, I*ro>>r. -.'���.,  Victoria Street, MOYIE,'R. O.  yyp: ^vp^r ^^ ^,- ^^ ,y-^!?y-��F-^-^ ^^^-^   ^^z^^  I  !���<  y.  A  V  DSMOPOtiTAN  The only hoiipo In-. Eaot. Kcotnay ^  heated, tbroughou'twithjiotai^.        y.      ��  'First class^"no every respect.A Special' '>':  rates to boardera. Good.sample^ room 1\  for cominoroial men,. ,   ���  ...  o   rr-  vJ    LA.    u U i  MOYIE B. O, -  Are "Now Opon'>nd. Ready 'For  Business 'With a Full' Line of  'Btapia::aiidFanc^ '"'a' '   '7'  ��IM^^pj, ::.,s'a  : ,       You are Invited to Inspect Stock.  g~^SSSS��SSS^^??g^^ ���       '    ' '   "���"  European plan,.   Open diiy"and  n:<--ht  thci.ice es:sn -i'J chaiii:  meet ciniiftinl!).1.1 ],oo  Jioyic, 2-1 t.ii Nov7i90aJ  V-acoiA   c^ium-,-':  l,o   ���������'  acres Or l.hcrol.-y.  lANiHONY O'KliLLY  Ml} ihu  ll-.  s.  J3. H. 5.13,Ar.ij Proji,  -<!���<-- _  c  U��hJ��X  K,  23. O.  '   ' l" . ~~* '     i"   "'       ***   -��� A..  i  FOR HME  mm  $ p f 5  mm  ,i."-.-..j  ,"'   ' "' "���.' .'"'j ' ..ABDR-ESS  Af^a. ^^   y,   .3 ^y?' '���'.,'���  ft1  iaoaio-  :0..: |93
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fvc' In;
■ftlun-'
'-WLm 1 ir-l-ril hini how ln> did li. he,
jj3K; ,1. Tln-iv i.-i no luywiei-y ahom |i p
ijiooiia.'.' ii" -aiil. *ninl it it* a K«vat niis-
telp'rn -iii'l'"**' '- "i-ceAisury to lool: over
the ti_'' ii in "i''ler (-'' ldi tliimrs. How
{^tsrii ".u'hi'r I'l'iin; ilown Uj'in;; birds''
lie,•I-'1'-11'' '°"^ a\c,li" l'ie arrnw: he
['•.,x'i« f.v --en-H' "f dirrotion. mid I do
,Cj.Nn'.'i!iiii^ willi i\ irmi. ll isn't pv-
trr|v.'i v.I,," poi.scsyt's tliis !-,eiiHe of di-
'Ir.i;„:i   I', ••tided, 'liitl tb'ohti who hare it
.ltl!,,,-,i.]!o out <>f tbred—fan Irnrn hijj
, *i   i ** ,
.•bxriius' c-i-iiy.
^f^^
&$**$&''.
Ladies  oi CaiT.da—Sisterf.
Cre.il.  brnuin  lakes  nearly  all   the
i„ms„ni,,„,5    t*xi)nri<d   produr,-. of Cau<i«la   English,
teas of Ceylon and India.
Canada consumes ele-vea mUlioa
pounds of colored and dectored Japan Green Teas Green -ca of pure
natural yreen U«af are boiiy introduced from Ceylon and India They are
now on sale with all hv< grocers.
klaU-smon.su- obstacles lo preferential trade within the enpire. You
ladios cun sweep i,side all obstruction.
> liring patriotic snntinent on your
iTOttkrast table. your grocer will
got Huso pure teas if yrt, olj]y infaisu
the Salada'Tea corapmy have pluc-
ea them in hundreds oj stores,
ihiny other leading fi-ms have ship-
inenls coming. o„iy atrfiards await
\.he jumping cf tho ca..      Colonist.
height of ins viunmoN.
Pat—'"lhey  do  say that  O'flooli-
han is aftlier geUin'   o  he a
cluLxruin since he gut us -.nn
'ii'  oald counthrv."
.Alike—"FaiUi, '   an' Ul
hear thot.      jfR  »J(1UI   • ,-nnv
laot he's  boenf'afih<.-  l.-ovui'
on th;  police foctree-'
1
lib.
FOLLOWS A WOUND JN THE KNEE
CAUSED BY A PI7CHF0RK.
fi
trre.it
j'i'ijiii
ti! a d t o
i y< r.r
■,.'■»  ftet
C t  JiiOll.MlOR  & CO.      -
l\.ir >■: i.—-V ie\v clays  ngo  I
taka.  '■"■nli  ft  scviVe _ pain   and
trjr.i.M of ihu cords  of ray loir,
led t' ':■'■  tak^ii  home   in   a  rij;
wa«
con-
a r* (i
-  I
WJid'jvi f-ti'cp for jiain, and wn.-i unit1! io put my font to -Hit! floor, A
LA'ti '.t.hl me of your MLN'AItn'S
U.M"1''.NT. and one hoar from tlu*
k: hi |.:u,i;itm, 1 w«s able to -walk
till" inm Mtitirely disappeared.
Vo*j ''mi \:m- suy name af» l'vecly ;us
j-fj liki'. .is 1 consider, it ihu best
rt-id".   1  ha\is  evor   used.
Cin'ISTOJ-riF.I! 'OERItY.
Inr. r-oll.   Ont.
A Vltit-ut   I.lxtonpr.
- P'io v-.-i, lidastinj; tliiU Phe was n
n'„i i.v'.i i-.i't    ',   !t ' i
~\r-. Me'i.c'\lini ynti ml^hl call (l
1   'i".ni,   SI*.o luv«'fi to honr.'liersi-Jf
1'Mh
it*
.iiw'ivl tli.tt six wim;
i.iUi-n by tii«-.sh('tifi"*'
for  i he  fcmfici-im; ot
r.-T ■•
)•-•-
•alk.-
II,*r
(■ '■
fi'ii. i
I-'. -.* -
P..li-
! "':■
V'O
ItbtT.-
'lo'ii.^jit h,u. been mit- d if proper rem-*
."-.-A, n ublxt. Ii ul iicljod do no (le-
■T•"tr« " i.on bottle of Dr. J. D. lvelio«ir'»
l"ord al, sin- inwicine tliat n vi-r
EjOi.iic n cuit'. Tlu>.<« wlio liave used
Ks5-it,:.t; proTipfy. fu'd thorouffhly tub-
-'•*t U.' ]uhi u>)(] di,,-rise.
I'rotr. a lo-fiii jj'ioto. '    .>-   •   i
Ai K\  KKVKAJ.Y
Fiance, width t».*ci')lain< tho correet'ies=
or his Fi-ciii-li -.liiiri:, :iiihiin-;li «h-n tie
think.*, il (iiiiiiirt lu-'iiorins his idiyni as
hi' j:c".*- iiloti;: :
lit- d'ji-s not liko 'lie dialed style. Up
ihinl;*- it rim hard in rend, mid so he
inaf:i*s •l.\)pt:.,riyti",u .-.;i« [micly in i-iiom.
For rrniu*. iciic .Mi- 1-'cr«f.t!y w :i\ on
the stuff'of t'i" New Yoi l< llei;i!d. .lie
■-v;i.s in ihil'an- oil'i<v Mild in ihe London
'jfii.o of thai piper Ou hi-- leuirn liuin
ih'-'lirsi I'l-aiy iiri-iH* i .\pi dniiin Mi-. Hen-
net t llirde I,-III -|ii-il!n;: e-liiui of (he
N\"v V'.cl; edition in o-co^i, >i Km of li'-i
"■[ih'iulid' \,*oi k in Ih*- fi-M'/eii nurih. "
i Iinn'm; tin* r-'pniii-li i\ :ir Mr Kriii*a!,v
(*rui*-c<lr in ihe (.'ni il.l.iMi'i -i.i in -i.-iuh ol
food for tlAp'-'l Hi ;i -iciitii^liii, ;i!;i.rd jf|
hi*; dispo*-;il by (h<> ,\'cu ^ ie I, Wm id
This vspc! ,t-ost Mr Pi:'if/.'i- SlO.oiKI a
iiiniuh. ■
Fur the pn-,1 two v««nii 111, Ki nealv
has Ijeer nt the lio-i'! nt lln, 'wi'tnij: \tiifl
nf ihe New Yoii: .lui-inii!
lie !*; prcsldeiil i-f It).' S.ieldy of ihf
Carililipnu. ihe oji^.inixaiion 'of C'duni
war t*ori'i"si)iiiidi'ii!v (oim.'d liy h;n*-Hlt",
Rich:.id [ini*i!'!i<> 1>:ivk, Sie|ihen Cratj*.
iWwsird Mar*-Inil„ -Limes C,ive!man nail
other famous im i. i *. ■■
Theie arc scv"i:d mr niher-s of the Ken-
••aly f.-unil.i in hie:aiiiti-. (hie Ri-^ier n(
ihe ciihicet of s'ii- *di"tHi. Aial'i-ll.-i K,*m
t'iily. i.** a l!0^f*l[Nt in [-ainlitml flarpo! ■.'•
Bro-. Ii;:i,' its — t k»iii'«I lier ia-t hook,
"Cli'innni-' Il-ii.-e." Anolln-i ^Nier, An
neslev Keiii-iily. U nn I h*.- -.iiWl of Hit1
London K\pie-.i. the ne*v Pcai-.on new*.
pnpei-
-Minard's Liniment Cires Hiplitherta,
A JJJFLO.MA'I.
She—Yes, it's all well enough to
say now you think"I'm pretty. Yesterday you ^.aitl mj iw-i- turned up
dretulf-illy. ' <    '
Ho—Well, dear, I was thinking iu
shows mighty paor taste in backing
away from such a tnvelv mouth.
HOTEL BAMAL^j:
treal.  Pree Bas.  Arn.
60 up.    E.P.ci.COca.
- -    - NOTiriXG  IX  IT.
The saddest blow . Kruger has received yet is the /-tiering of his hat
by a London periodical publisher for
thc.greatest number of new subscribers." '   ,.  ,
Minard's Liniment Cures Mmm<
*>          ■ * ■ — ■       - ■     .. -. _ U •
THE  MARCHES,   PERHAPS.      .
Mrs. Proudleigh Yes". My daughter plays  the piano by oar only."
Mrs. 2sexdoi:£hre—Indeed? Some-
limps ''. s,ounJs as if she were using
ker foot. .....
Sho e*c>*!<>>iM|  Aevi-.n  for si-v-iiil
ICu^Ithli  (Hiblh :il ion*: a >eai  :i!;i).
I  A   "TO^f.ANA  " RELIANCE  CIGAR
LJ\      i<00^/Al>A,     FACTORY. Montreal
INSTRUCTION  OF  YOUTH.
Tommy—Say,   paw.
Mr. ICiggs—-Well?
■".Mminy—What is the dilTerence be-
TWcen the practical politician " ,uul
other kinds?
Mr. Figgs—The practical politician
ray son, is-of the kirni tliat does not
die   "poor   but  highly   respected."
■ fflMrf's LMMi Cares Garget in Cows.
a
WHEN  GREEK    MEETS-GREEK.
- First Burglar—"Sh-h."      There's
cop coming down  the street."
Second Burglar—• "Douse the glim,
then. W'fj won't get enough ' swap
out of this joint lo stand a divy
•with  him."
cases tho jolts in li-fc's jour- j     FIFTY   VEATS  AN   EDITOR.
n.'.ny per-qns <33o   finnunlly from
'irii  kndnd  "-uuuner   cuinp'nints,
Ll
fnrrrr   o I    (lie   '-fi.ini'   INlIlor   nt   "Vt>\*<
Vnrl,    v|.■»!'•.
Samufl M i-*li'i^ l! iti-* ami Iv-in ai
?l> is tin-1 ^v'n.or I'lhioi oi New Y-.rti
state     He h."»  !n*i'ii  in hnine*.- ov.'i   half
n  c-'iitiirv   Jin
I   i-   a>»  fieniii'nsi   anil   sys-
t:*( ■
^'i   t'v ix-ti^U e
*- i'1 w   bourn el*
ii.,*, ii,- ijuiii-V"
: 'i  I'l-in   tliiuii;
i
«  **•>;..ji_s* vi"i«y<
i -y* >..'     -" <-<
-*.-.. .-■v^*-v>*,;";;a\ ;
•-y>:-w'^l^Ai\'-<-
■-    ■ -v-L. i>:.». 5,<C\   'V"-■A*
Minard's Liniment Cnres Colas, Etc. ^
(•'Min:,
is alto:;
•Iher I.
*■&.'
.*■;-*-'..,%-«x. ^sx<*
^^■""At'y ■'
h a window ye-i
lie's there
s •' 'I li^-'hi, iim't it?
;»•!,,' )„,,  l-;*-[   licV
!"i ^ui   hi  n;i.*ii   tbe   win
tjV'. -L'ieiel.ii,,!  l"l,-ili, Dealer.
JAGGED   OUT.—ICone  l)ut. thos>  who
'- >yt'i tue fh^cd out  know what ii de-
•^t''i. mi-criib.e LelitiK it is.  All htrom-tli.
ii
t's,A-.^      -S*iSJi-S*.<*V>1
JStcc. im,i tlOf-poi.deiicy hiB taken lio.d of
•«i.rir->. 'ihij feel us though, thu-o m
*Jni! t-> liv0 for. 'I here, however, m a
•^yvn K„\ of Vai-ino.c-e-'s Vepet.-ble Fi la
- oo v.oii,3t.ra   id   restoring   hunth ;ind
"«^lh
'I'll   ID
Maud r.ike and Daiiti. Uol, are two
....H'U.w fiitoriutr iulo tho coinporition
'"'•"uelio's Puis.
(A.
'I !
I "-? II, r
l*!i|>('j1lliiit lei.
'i- Iio-.o you t.'iiuMi care lint
-"  Lie   lile.ude   pi   pieces   you
0 -Ion ot iin* part*.?
"''"'   uii.   iiouc   <if   i!ii*in   were
n !|"i. w lu-ii' 1 ir«it  the iiiiiflilno
1 ■" 'i.'.Mii   ili(>ro   weio    a    ilozeii
■fl 'i\er:--F]|t.(r(.inle Hliilter.
WHAT   CAUSED THE TROUBLE.
"Their engagement is broken, I understand."
•'Oh.   yes."
'.What was the reason?'"
"Why, both were satisfied i hal they
could live on bread and che**-e ancl
kiss s, but when they got m .vn io
deiai s they cl scovered that each of
them contemphUod supplying iv>ihin["
but  the kisses.
1'V.im
si' \ w
arP
^H E!ter1olplyikl,","e}' disorders. TheUidneya
tfcero iil l>,0O(l "of fill  that  shouldn't be
ire. 'j |
oblo
r'c)se\ " ",'ooc' Passes lliroiijjrh the Uid-
dothf.|-ly.t,lrcc minutes. If tho kidneys
border W°'k n° 'mPl,r>ty or causoof
lon«erl. C;ul remain in tlie circuhitioii
bQ lla""'-it time. Therefore if your
failed i„S(?l'-of °rdci' your kidneys havo
"'inula- "' M'orlc- They aro in ticed otf
OnepuJe". "'"I'ligtheninr-; tJi- doctoring:.
'M ml.,!'1'! y«H do all three, the finest
rett'il   ( lio'o
•i \ M t  K
lein.iLc in hi- lal'-ii toda*. as- hr i\a-5 be-
1'oie he p,i--i*il 'lie <ii:niM'r "t a cent my
Din,!;. Hi i- lln- ' ih'oi and ownci of
The Fiiehi.in'- .l.i'-tit.'L Coopoi-tewn.
ami  h.i- -■'!   i'I'M   uo,ih\   .■\auHile--   f.ir
IllS I Ollli ll!|l 'I'll.' I' *   I   '   f"'l   '"'
up (ho *.iati
There  never was,  and never will   be, s
universal iiiinaceii, in one icin dy, for all ills
to  wh.ch  11 sh  is he.r—the very nature of
many curat ve-> being such  that were  vie
trorms of oiher and  ditlerently seuted  diseases rooted in tho sys;em of the  patient—
what would icheve one ill in turn would aggravate   tlie   oth r.    Wo   have, however, in
Quinine Wine, when  obta nable in a sound,
uuadultcraud state, a remedy for many and
(fiifvous il.s.   By its gradual and judicious
a>e the frailest  evstmis aro led inio conv.i-
le-ceoce and .-trei.gth bj the influence which
Qiunino exer<ts t n nature's own  restoratives,
lt relieves tlie drooi m£ ^ints o( those with
whom u chi-su.c slate of morbid  despondency and hick of n tere.-t ju life is a disease,
and, by trunquihs-ing the nerves disposes to
sound  and   refreshing sleep—imparts ""?or
to tho  action of    tho biood. which, being
stimulated, courses   throughout  tho  veins,
strengthening  iho hea thy animal functions
of the system,  thereby making   activity a
necessary result, strengthening the  frnme,
and giving life io the digestive organ?, which
naturnllv domana  inciMired Kibrtauce—result, loi'vroved appeute. Noiihiop<fc Lyman,
of Toronto  have given   to the public  their
superior Quinioo W mo at thc usual ruto.ai a,
gauged   by the opinion of  tcientists. tins
wino ai">prt*iches neiuest jwrfection of any in
tho miirkot.   All druggists sell it.
e. -i
lieeaii  li'"
'dill l!ill'~!ll
inev \vh"ti  Mr.
b.
most
""lUted blood  medicine there
Klnw hei'iin le- '"iI '•< ' ■"'' F".n:ld*i eps'P.
wln-ie I i »> a- emr.i^eil in new-[taper
woil- f('i '-i\<'i';il J"1 ■"'•■*• F«'f«,i'-' movi.m
to   \l!i  n\   ,n  i's'N   u|n i-.   he eoii'iiuud to
r-iiniv in- i •:■■•> '-1 •'"'■1 w,ip,° hp l,1"t
ii,.u,\- | ii.-n re: i   P'   <��'■<■ m -i.  'o Imn  was
..f:,.,-,,,!   Un   .-.'   ..'-I ';•   »!   "'    I'"-o"l«ly»
Daiiv i-:.i-i<. a   ti • •■'"' i>,i"''-i'(,',,>t ••',|-
niv.il S7(HI nn  yo„r      I lie old linml m-ess
u.-is in im' at  ih-ii   lime n  Fo'.ml.l [i-u*
.,,„! Alh.-mv Fn Mi S.'.iw's iinihinon
»ns in llieawr.id.iir. ..ml I'.' ;- 1"^' ' '«
oiler to hri.iiii' i In- ••■■""■- "(, Hi.* l-.iialo.
Hedrsii-ed i..«'«'ii,rt p.ipi'r. which heson
did  nml.wit'h   gr-Uiryins  sun ess.   having
piireh.-ised. i.r   I-M%viii   ( n.p.wi-ll   o I.lit
Lln...n*. «».«l»' AII,:.»y.Arft..s jh..n
tlie Stale  paper. all.li'el.K.ilieillheivabsilt
"'From"Albany   he -shirtcl   to   Co,.P'-is-
town,  where he [.i.,'.-l,-.s.,J  :hc »M l> m-.
„,„„•« .loiiiiial.  i'i Wl  •*   ""',.   •>     :l'
i i ,...i.i ii en I.i s pi'i^en liign
work limusmi n ''!' " .. '. ,, „.u,.f.
level      Mr   Shaw says he finds the gie.it-
est  p'leaMire in liis w»i ■>.'•»"■
tends ai-iivi'l.v io liii*-in<'-->
Mrs.   Shaw  -was   a   •■"
New   York  city,  who
the  old   Pinch
far down  lewit.
h.n- 'ftp tier's fii'-m
to
to
to
to
to
BANKERS AND
BROKERS. . . .
362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG
2v   Stocks and  bonds bought, sold  and   <(>
2; carried   on   margin.    Listed <•>
^\ mining stocks carried <tf
&£&&&&$&&&&&&&&&&&£&&&
OslGr.lfflioi&litou
BROKERS, ETC.,
J'"lxe Docttit-t   in   CousnltaUtm   Gave tho
Su«'<3r«-r but Little  Hope of Jtecovery
-How- His UJ'e AVjs JsHietl.
i
Brockville Recorder.
. Among the old families in the
township of Augusta, in the neighboring county of Grenville, there is
none better known or more influential, ihan those that bear the name
of IJis<--e;i. The Bissells were among
the earliest settlers in the township
and have ever since taken an active
part in all moves to promote its
welfare.      The subject of  this  narra-
ne,  Mr.  Silas Bissell,   is  one of tho
ounger members of the family, who
some eight,years ago left Canada to
some,years.ago .left .Canada,,to-'iiiake
his home in the state" of Nebraska.
He has passed'through, an.experience.,
almost unique, and. considers that he
is fortunate in being alive'to tell1 the
tale.       <
The story, as told in Mr, Bissell's
own words, is. as follows-"—"Jn the
autumn of 1898 "1" sustained a serious
injury through having the tines of a
pitchfork penetrate my left knep. 'The
wound apparently healed, but I did
not enjoy the same health I had previous to the aec'ident,"and'it"was't''ut
a short time before. I was compelled
to tako to in3' bed on'account of ex-
crutiating pains in ray limbs and
stifmvss in my joints. A doctor v.as
called in, and ,he lanced _ the knee
three times, and ,'ihr-n told me the
trouble was blood poisoning.' He
treated ine for some timo, but I
steiid ly grew -worse, and finally five
physicians were called inc ior. consultation. My entire system seemed to
be affected, and the doctors said the
trouble had reached one' of, my lungs
and that they coii3d0hold<-out but little hoixj of my,recovery: After remaining in bed for eleven weeks, I
decided that- T would return to - my
old home in Canada. I was so much
run down, and so weak that it was
a question" whether I would live Lo
reach there, but I was nevertheless
determined to make an effort to - do'
so. .After a long journey under these
most trying circumstances, I-reached
my old home. 1 was so used up, and
presented such an emaciated" appearance that my fr;ends had no thought
that I would recover. 1 continued to
drag aloncr in .this condition for several months, when one day a cousin
asked me why 1" 'did nor try Br.
Williams' Pink Pills. I was willing
to iry any medicine that was likely
to cure mo,' and I sent for a' supply
of the pills. After I hud been "using
tho pills for about ,three .wepks I felt -
an improvement in my condition.
From that time I gradually * grew
better;- new blood seemed coursing
through my veins, the stifiness in my.
joints disappeared,, and the. agonizing pains which had so long tortured"
me, vanished. , I ,topk in all ten or
twcl\o boxes of Dr.'Willin-ms' .Pink
Pills, and I have no hesitation in
saying'that* I believe they saved my
life','for when I returned to" Canada,
I had  no hope of recovery.
Mr. B'.ssell has since returned to
his old home at Lincoln, Keb., but
the statements made above can bo
eoucht'd for by any of his friends( in
tins section ancl by all of the neighbors in  the vicinity of his old home.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure such
apparently hopeless cases as Mr,
Bissell's, because they li'iake new',
rich, red blood, ancl thus reach the
root of the trouble. These pills are
the only medicine offered the public
that can show a record of such marvellous cures after doctors bad failed
If you are at all unwell this medicine will restore you to health, but
bo sure you got the genuine with the
full name "Ur. Williams' Pink Pills
for -Pale People," on the wrappei,
around each bov.
It'is the intention of Richaid Gold"ti to
publish "Old Jed Prouty" in novel fo'.'in
this fall.
Isadore Rush's young'daughter, it i*-
said. is shortly to make' her debut upon
the stage.
William Gill has written a romantic
comedy which he calls "The Loves of
David Garrick."
"Tlie Damnation of Theron Ware,1' hy
Frederic Harold, is to be dramatized by,
the author of "Way Down Fast."
In "Beu-IIur" there are -0 speaking
characters. The chorus numbers SO, the
ballet 130 aial there are supernumeraries
almost in numerable.
"The Second Mr«. Ta no. it" ray" has
been acted on the Italian ini'l German
stages, ll has. now beon put into Fieneu
for the use of Mn.e. Uejiiie.
Louise Thoi-i".\ki- IJoueie.'iiilt will he
the leading woman iu iln* company of
Tim iMui-phy, \'>h,» n ,\v ha- come into the
heritage of Sol Smith  Uus-soli's plays.
The "While Hat- of Aiueiien" is the
uaine of a society of vaudewllo performers which has been organized to oppose
the organization of the proprietors of tlie
vaudeville and fon'inuous performance
theaters throughout the country,
Edward II. Sot hern is having two plays
written for hiimclf by Justin Huntley
McCarthy. One has Francois Vallmi,
the French poet, for its hero, .and will he
ready for production in November. The
other i.s called "It Mkht nave Been."
'Tiays that are wholesome." says the
New York Sun, "thrive bettor and live
longer than those that are not. These
facts are plain, simple and easy to tine!
out. Ncverl holes.-, caipers set them
aside, and go ifcht ou with fallacies
about a supposititious dcgeneiacy of the
di-iimH."
SHORT ON  CRACKERS.
Par!v- Tio'.v Dii»erp. 'ittjrct  S'» tlio "5n:n-
l.*es- :->{■»•-. t-,3 v/;;i: a^Ouis.
"?v'i'V-- ivniei**! L".." sii.l ih.- sl.oit man
to L'y coi'ipam ni ::-- \v himg.ii-> his hal,
"17 ll':, r-'"'\u <>,   .-ii!.-     i  v, *.,i."
"All light, but ii'll be less, und you'll
io--<-'."
It was in a popalnr price restaurant.
The pair wj-i seme! he-ide a icayly pictured wall whei _■ him^ i. *,.-, and sign,.
"'The Loid hm-lii a eheeifel g;\,er" was
■siiiidw khi d in bi'tveei* "'i'urs-t in hini"
md '•Watch y<,"r < r-ac ami hat." The
waiti i apjiioiii bed.
' "Coffee aij'l -n-nhaui crackers,'" said one
Ol.lll.
"A bov. 1 of 'mill: and giahain^.'' said
th" uther.
'i'i.en  as the  waittr  went  to  tlie long
couniei-   whore   the   erackei*   re£jused   in
(jyiaumls   an   iirA".i-=e   loo!;    came   upon
.both face--.
The men ex pi lined that lhey had made
a wager o'u the number of crackers served foi- an' order They '•aid ihirt "'thej'
used to get 10 or 12, -.villi an occasional
one. thrown in' to help sop up the remainder of a .biiw! of* inrlk.'-'-Lirt-ely the
•\initers h.td-tnkeirtojr-oiusting them care-
fiilly'Aaud th" thing seemed_to hove roach-
'e'd ait1 e.vuet si-'ent-o. By the lime this
explanation w.-is made .the w;iiter, returned. On (me plate there were six
ci.-uker-,, ou iho'oihi-i* five. . '
"See heie, yon gave me oue less than
my ,friei)d.s' complained tho"ir.,'in. " "'
"\Ve gire.si\-^*ii il uiillt—Gvi- with-cof-'
fee." w.'i-, the iins-wer.
'J'li" pair'*5 disgust was evident. But just
th-n a man seated opposite oidered similarly.
--"Do  you -want   a   Ic.iiie   with   jours?"
asked the waiter.
"Why, ye-.," he said: Ih'-n. turning to
the slran'goi;", "Th.it'>-. a funny c)iiestion
in"a restaurnnt. i<n I it'r"
The waitor-lfioiiL-ht tb.'it.'niau four graham crackers." ''lie '-Licked" vigorously.
-Tan't help if.'" said the waiic-r: "you
a<,ked Cor'a Lnii'o— ilmt means thu you
exit'butter willi ihem—the rule is to give
four in that ca-'r'."
And the tr'.o ate in silenc - '
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age of skeptiei&m, bu; there is one poini
,upon which persons acquairLd'with the sub
ject agree, namely, that* Dr. Thomas' Eclec
trie Oil is a m'dicine which can bo relied
upon lo cure a cough, lemove pain, hea!
sores of vaiious kmas. and bonefit any in
flamed portion of too body to which it ie
applied.    ' .
'     "        BAP FORM,
"Look  at  Dobbs."
"What   is  he  doing?"      '-
"Riding  hi an automobile  with
horseshoe pin  on." ■
Mr! Thomas Ballard. S.vr-'cuse, N. Y.
••vrites: '"Ihtive been afflicted for ne' rly ^
>e.r with that mesi-tu-be drcadtd ds a-.
Jyspepsia. and at times -\oi-n out with jiaii
ind want of s e. p. und, after irjing ; Imu
tiveryUiing rtconimendid, 1 tried one box o
i aime ee's Yegettib.e Pills. I am now nearl-
.veil, and behi.-.e thoy wil cure me. I woult
jol be witnout tlitm for any money.
OX TUE CONTRARY.
Vane Glory—1 hope Swainstou said
nothing about me the other .night
old  chap?
Cecil      Sivarie—^vot   a     word,   old
man.    Tn  fact,   we   had   quite   an   in
teresling  conversation.
•SS&^fl
sjassssa^iSsWii^-^
illu' si ill at-
3s   Walilran   of
bilmi'.-i'd  to one of
■ families.     Canal'. street,
was oue of the Hues of
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tt half price if parties u-ing them are not ben-
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F. Free, Wianii- g, s^ys: I have used "Oryd-
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Mrs. F. L. Cooir, Winnipeg, says: " had suffered untold agonies iroia Bi.glit s Dl^epse.aud
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jared.
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w,i- in hospital for 5 *.. eeks, an«l usfd almost
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todays ini'l ie«eived more bsiic-fit than from
nythiim- else.
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beneficially wl-:h my lumily wlumover sick,
md it Ills cured nic of severe indigestion and la
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fer, audenchlr. go iho-ir own iray.oui^ !     ''vTJll you g-o tip ana knock; at tiie,
cordially enjoying-, sir-*- lie baUlr-'v.-os! partition wali in your front room, doe-
o^r. iinrn.-.iji'i,- to erch otbor what bad f tor, rind try io wake Mr. D&-; export?"
happened. Y.'mm 3ur&. 3>a^enpo>-t -^aa I &*id ^^- £> , i*0'-v in tears,.
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.rid Saturday,
t.i. '.  ,p."iri3511£!
iloudav. Thy/.
very, ycung-^ Mi*   I.<£Yw;i}>t.rt mid oar-j-
fuHj' &€Co.mpaiii(.d hei* u> h^r carrfai't*,
had PCiit lier r^iM ■to -i-j.-kc* c:ii-o of hor,
a.Zid. had biiin^-jf sft.t up to receive hssi*
..-.if   o'aur-   tci'   bc*c-;*.n   p!is5eogc-r'.'. j vrttsn &"hr- ittvo .-^•d-.   3ui-is she fjrew
*.,•  ;. .-.'i htiiding toliciav tiokets-caai bl&e&t ihis Jkin-utive eorsRelaxed.   IIc-
' ,'"    ,     ., ,,,   .*  *. ,;.,, 0i„,,.  i found  thit slit was ouitc- otoijteait w,
l.Jlli(,    fi'. hi  Oli  ..ilt" l- i6jL-0I^GS 3iC'Gt>      ... .ji.        ii     "-!-!. i
y v,:.u-, ui   .iCt'oui-iiOyiUion   can   J?e j witJi tlio faniily c-o'^hiri-iii cii-the.bos;.
'led-1 She, ia her"ln."c Yo.:t-deTonmaed that
tti-iy .' h* should Dot be (U p-ri. t-d oi hin, natural
j rest., but should alZoiv =anit; satellite to
{ sit up aaid \Tatch for her as she came
home.     " , :
There had been talk of a.aightkey,
put Mrs. Dt^renport thought that -was
too masculine, and she" also had a suspicion, that she-, should never leara how
to use it. So Mrs. Davenport, strong in
the confidence^ of heir husband's love,
serene of conscience, and enjoying the
j."ijjur«*i lar "i'ourseli.
L rdiid in a "yellow" journal "'the.
oihor dity how that the women of J New
i'ork exerted enough muscular power
jn holding up their skirts in one day
to propel the navies of tbe , world for
p-ie year.'   J'have  been  doing eorae | demotion of'a loxgo family of ser-wnrhs
■f3gW
"Yes, ra.aAa.m-, ii you 5-o.y so. Bui. had
ytpu not boti-i? 3;.t-cd Via tiisku heifs.-
QUietSy?"        '   ''
"What, nc-xt, door tC'39? Oh', act I
couldn't, I snt:9t go heme. Please, do-o-
J9-^y|.Jr.4^Uk^i-rd'.s'tui'b Sirs. Montgomery, do go, up o-nd make a dreadfui
hoise St. the h--.nd. of 3£r. Darenport'a
bed; it, l*^an& up against, your, parlor:
for he, always hears yaur piano."
The 'doctor obeyed, and knocked
loudly on the, v?<all. Mr, Davenport
heard a distant thunder in his dreams,
turned over, with his deaf ear^'up, and
slept pgain. ' ."'•"■
After a half hour's fruitless knocking, Mrs, Davenport consented to allow
the sleepy doctor to reiiro'to his well-
oarned repose, whilst she declared that
she would rest as well as she could in a-ri
easy-chair down in his consulting room.
At length Mr. Daveuport,'   like   all
iff.we
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flu oil
Oookin^\Stoves, 0
Stove F«jcnishiag3,
Enamelled Ware*
granite VP&re,
Builders5 Supplies,
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Hotel Supplies,
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rinc along tlie same dine, and have    vho loved her, went off tt>Mra. Apple-! heavy sleeper^ woke up suddenly and
.     ,    by's ball, on the evening of Korember   entirely.   Ke did not knpw why, but it
■ii •«•?}•.'£,*!
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ly   :«? In <ifi\
joi.'.nl that if tlio'chuppies oi Jtoss
J.-ir one day would forego turning up
- !• ii pants logs and instead give their
{rnii-rtrs a '"liitclr' ,in tbe seat, they
wjnld e.vort suflicenl   pov>'er   lo   run
12, looking lovely
The ball was largo and flne{ and Sirs.
■Davenport enjoytjfl it Sho is" a popular woman, and both aicn and women
like her.    Shd wpuld have left at one
,,    Si-     „    ,   ,    -.(„,„;     „,, „     ir    o'clock, her usual hour, but that,Herr
(])<> \\ ar I^glc ooiflt for 8iX years.    ]f   ^ Bcrg7Iians> fhe ^^ phUo.2ogLsti
yuu don't believo iLiust  figure  it  out   was presented to her. trnd talked so well,
■?r voursclf.—Industrial World.
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kit'i-ey, liver and stoinach troubles.
Tlie'tiaths and waters are an invalu-
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eioy  ^
' J nst Saved iiis £.ife,
, it was a thrilling escape that Charles'
0?„\;is of Bo^yovston, O,. lately had
iroin a frightful death. !For two years
a inver-3 lung trouble constantly grew
vv'Uiso until it seemed he must die of
Consumption. Then he began to use
Dr. King's Tsew Discovery and lately
y.-rnlu: ."It gave instant relief and
-rYceted a permanent cure.". Such
wonderful cures have for 25 3rear3,
pi''ven it's power to cure all Throat,
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"rial buttles free-at P. D. Hope's drug
-norc.
anil was so evidently inspired by her
brig-lit e.yes, that she atiiyed oa; and
then tbe hostess had The great Ginger,
Loremburinani, who must be spoken to
in Italian, and Mrs. Davenport speaks
Italian with tlio true Tuecan purity.
So she left; tt|e ball very late. Siiek-
nell, her coaehinanv was sleepy and
eross, and after, depositing her a,t
No.' 39, he drove oil very quickly.
It was a fine 'night—inocsr brilliant,
Mare splendid, 'Jupiter magnificent.
Mrs. Davenport gazed upward admit
sunicat'ion   with   all   parts   of    the j'^ffly. a-lrnostregiretti-ngtoleareaBcenie
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ffCi ?, b 'f ,*,'.'*'■!*' u
italic]hip tlio Griiests.
A "'unique feature of recent social en-
i^rtainnicnts in various iiissouri'towns
ur.-. been an identification, card," says
ihe LTansaa Uify Journal. -'Each guest
op. """.nival ia pL-esented with'a card on
which is printed: 'Who are you? I
rm .' The card, with   the   name
which paled the ornamentation of the
ballroom 'ceiling.   -
She was destined to see a good deal
more of those same stars than she had
bargained for on that particular night,
pooir woman!
She rang sharply.
Nobody came.
: Sh« rang again, and p-gain, and again.
." Nobody came. '■
Mrs. Davenport began to feel chilly
about the feet, which were-delicately
clad in white satin slippers and silk
stockings.
She wrapped her eloajc about her and
looked up at No. 39, her own,familiar
brown etone, four-story, comfortable
house.
Not a sign of movement, although tlie
gas bhrned in tlie hall.
She rang, and rang, and rang. No
response.
And".-then she realized that she was
locked out, thai everybody was asleep,
andf that there she might stay all the
rest of the night. She remembered,
. alas! too late, that shfe had trusted io
her waiter, a gentleman oct African descent, who had been known, to go to
sleep on, these night -watches, 'to let
her in. Now he, seeoned to be sunk in
the deepest oblivion. But then, if Orlando slept, some ono else had generally waked, and either roused him or let
her in individually. Mrs. Davenport
shuddered. A -night on1 her own front
stops 1
seemed to him that ha had had a disturbed night. As he lay trying to collect his faculties, ho heard tlie clock
strike four.
"How quiet Coralle isl" said Mr. Davenport; "tired after her ball; I sup-
yosi©."
Mr. Davenport ibatened to hear,
through the opened door and curtaiiied
recess; the quiet breathing of his wife
in the next room.
■ She-was strangely still, and Mr, Dav-
eupoTt arose softly and ca-ept in to see
what 'could ba the matter.   '   ,
"Heavens!" eaid bo, "nobodyin bed,.'
Coralie not at home at four o'clock!" '
Mr. Davenport paused a moment,
Could the horses have run away ? Could
the coachman have been drunk? That
had happened before. Could hia poor
wife have been thrown, drogged—no,
the idea wajs too horrible. Could she
have been locked out?
^ Mr. .Davenport felt the cold perspir'a-
t ion start "on his brow. He rang every
bell in the. hou&e. He proceeded to
dress himself. He danced in Ms agony
and agitation.
TThen, as his aleepy servants began to
appear, and one after the other began to
disclaim any knowledge of T;heir mistress, he descended to the front door.
There lay Mrs. Davenport's fan, handkerchief and gloves. Then Mr. Davenport tore his hair.', She had been there,
to her own home; shehad failed to gain
admittance; she had either been ruthlessly, carried off, or she had committed
suicide. Mr. Davenport lost his head.
■__ '"She may have gone to her sister's,
or to some hotel,'! suggested hor madd.
- "What, at three in the morning;'you
wretched sleepy head!" said Mr. Davenport, wildly. To discharge Orlando, to
go to the police,'to rouse the world,
these were Mr., Davenport's first ideas;
He rang up every signal officer in
town. The whole machinery of the public was set to work tq find the missing
lady.
Mr. Davenport went after his coachman. The man, though fully testifying
io the fact that he had been very drunk,
could swear that he had left the lady
at her own door at half-past two-in
the morning.
In the meantime Mrs: Davenport slept
sweetly in the doctor's armchair until
tlie housemaid, coming in, uttered a
loud shriek and called "robbers!"   To
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' I'o beat the quality and price
'of our liquors/ Agents Giant
Powdei* Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and.Schiitz Brewing Co.
* ■* * ft
WJilTE US FOR PRICES.
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Tiasmilhing ' and   plumbing   in t connection.
" ■ J.*-H. HAWKK.
Baggage and Express Delivered   to
ftri'y part of tha town.
:eele Mercantile Compaity
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"      ,   .     > JACOB;?, FINK, Mgr,  .   '
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JOfiEHl NKUJ.JEKST4.irr, froy?.
Lager beer sold  hy the  Keg or dozen
bottles. ,
.    COUKT MOYTE,
No. <!0()5. "
Meets on the first iiml
hirdTh-irMlny of cutli
■montli.   Vi<sitsii|f brcth-
i»-n hn-jicd io attend.
¥. J. SMYTH, C. R.    _ LKWIS THOMSON. F.S.
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W1LDEY L0D3E NO. U.
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Wholesale
detail Butchers.
Bottled Bser
in Stock. . . .
Outside Orders Given StrlctAttcntum!
S. J. WHITCOMB
o
House    painter,     grainer,
glazier   and ' paperhanger.
■ All   work on   perfect   sur
face guranteed. Prices according .to quality and
stock required'
Meots every Monday evening in their
hall on Victoria street. l Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
K. A. SMITH, N, G.
A'. T. KKNKEDY, TREA9.
>'. i. moo&c, r.. ;-.
F. J. 3M\'rH, F. S.
3U0.PS    AT
Moyie   Miners*   Union
_ Krq.,7i.;; a     ^
Meets in McGregor hall every Tuefidny
Sojonrnjng    members    are
Moyie, B„ C.
evening
cordially invited to attend.
H.^H. DniflCK.',
l^resident
Moyie        ,    ' Fort Stoe if,
Cranbrook-Bernie Wardix;}
E3&X2SZ
Ti«»*«i»a*iiW Ktm^rVLi
oav vousELy a
~y CC.» v-.-ni   Vl-T.   iTSi"1 **<'?■il\ w.vo.1     -»«.*„k
P. T. Smyth,
;   Scoretarv.
-.. -*• ?\
ivrittcn in, is then cqiippicuously worn,
and everybody knows  everybody  else
.n:d acts accordingly."
She kept,on ringing desperately, and    pacify her, to rouse, herself, to    step
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—0. O. Damaurer respectfully   inform o the public that he is a practical
■jvi'Jch. maker, having  worked   ai   the
Aehcii for li years   in   Boston,   I\Iass.
lV fine collection   oi  Watches,  Clocks
and Jewelry will be   hero   shortly   so
kindly hold orders until then.     Prices
.iil   surprise   tho  natives.     Honest
-.or'.*: Gild hono.cfc pay is my motto.
Yourg rf-apcot fully
0. 0. Danmurcz,
Opposite   the   Kootenay Hotel   till
.'itttr located.
Notii'f* i-hereby given tl:,! 0. L.
.'Jelclirn forme)iy jeweler ai .Moyie on
-, .'-.. '!. I'tOO granted an n.-.^'gnment in
vr>r r.f Int. creditoii.. All pintles lun.
..i' c-h.iii:*. ivjaiusl his e-jt.dc and thoji.
..I'.bted to him \vill jnt-.ise communi-
'o viiii lj<r.>U 'f')ii.:,i,-'f.ti, X. )'.
Mr.yj,. U,   ;.   moO. Assi|ji:.i'.
i.< i    fnr riidf.    >-oiu'v si, i.onn.
Lr.tf. fi.i' saU in ail    jujiIs   ui    lovrn
I'"-;j( y lo loan.    ,v:."-—t   !'.. r J-Tarn   am
"•v,"il]i..:n- |jirtij(,-      liiui' niner   i.i.)ec!.i!
Ii.ii'g.nu .    lie-Tore in1,f--.i .u-A^.'O
i>J* J7. ,r). J. Eimer.
7\*oli<r   tf l»iK"l ul T'.n <j( I'ai-liw rsli
NoiK-i> i   i ■   i',}-  ,,'nen   i!n I   :
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pounded the door with a delicate fist.
Presently a policeman came along, and
to him she appealed.
"Oh!  got a key?-' said he.   "Let me
help you unlock thc door."
"But I havo not a key!" said the
mi f»erab]e woman- "I never had a key!"
- "Cad, bad," said the guardian of the
public peact*. "I never knew them to
waka up. However, I will ra,p for
you," So he pounded tho bsindsVith
his club, and made a terrible uoiseu
Two'or three heads looked out of the
opposite windows. Ono invalid at 41
raised a window and begged piteously
that her rest might not be thus ruth?
Ic-ssiy ruined,
"Lady locked out I" song the policeman,
''VTel), ia that any l-cason why you
should try to weke tho dead?" oald the?
ftp.icj clergymen opposite.
The policeman walked on, leaving
Mrs. Davenport in despair.
She looked up at the moon, at Jupiter
nnd other illustrious do'.iizciifo of the
nicy, and [../luk! theui cold raid im-./ym]>a-
thotit-. She Ive^an to iliinL- of her r.ins,
aud feared tii.iT t*hc had not bet-n Kutfi-
cJL'inlj Kind to liomi'leu;. ouTcpjjio. Ever,
the crns, who v.ere (In. only jx-ople
ubrond in h'*r q net i-A-i.-ct, cnm<: in for
hf-r <<\ ni'Mlhy.
'■'I'hi'j- have a harti Un-.poor tbing<~,"
i-aiil she; "alwuy.- Uielrp.-l out!''
rt wasa --."rn, iiu'.'.'ivoi", v. iiog'.ve ner in
idea.    K\ i(h'jitty n j»n da-. o;-v Arab ot a
cat, who thouph*  l.i- ov.n/l her fion-t,
I -tops,   Tor, atti-i -.A/altbuy m-tjini';- up
i.vd iinti;iitC h"f i'-yv.,s Ct„ i.-.., ",ie]t>:ij,ed
I  on to a ncighixji i/.y b-.lcony.
;      Rlie loolifd aimr him,
I      "Dr. Moiii^!i.:jii-ry'a and a   bpcnki.ig
I  tuLc!" .ch« .said.    "Why did, 3 "not re-
|   riir-mbf*!* thut bt'K.ie? '
j      Mi-fc. Dai'Kiijiori. drew up her lougyol-
i lov,- satin, iiain. laid I.v.* fan and haud-
, ker'diief mi the tlorin-.t'.-p, rtucl as fo<.t i«
.c iiii-iiicr p,|. ! h-gj, }ieeJs ai)#| , ,tdu fAi) 1A,JS v.oul(J al'A
lovy went duv.;. h'r nvn :y^rj riLl{ U[J
th^octf lif-r uo-A-bf^or, ,,ho iiv.'d»it37.
"lrf* it- a doctor, ."ici'us^.iru"! 1o   be
• '.if. .ii, u, ! n^':jk'iiic-d at fll bourt. " .said .-Ik-.
, y. c , 'in,! '      £j'vo r;ir'J;'. i" s;i'd a i-.ii ^•])•: vnice oox^c
n-, ■::, 1 ,-.,   , down:  "\\ lmt doyou \t;.at?"
-.'.    I'm,,,. 1      "Ilelp!  lIAp!" -'njrj ,!,(..
j  0 "What hr.-Jp?'who? what number?"'
.t.i ucioi.L-i". I paid the doctor. 1
^"30- great trouljj.cl  iramediate!" said
Mrj;, Davenvori
calmly out of the doctor's front door
and into her own houses was the work
of a moment.
Mrs. Davenport found all of her peo<
plo at home and thoroughly awake,
but where was Mr. Davenport?
Be had left no tidings of himself. He
Wns wildly searching, for her. Knowing- libs temperament, Mrs. Davenport
felt sure that he would uot return un;
til he had dragged the East river. She
was at home ail right, and proceeded,
like a calm woman, to get off! her ball
dress, and satin shoes, and silken hose,'
and to put on dressing-gown and lamb's
wool, and to take a cup of tea, to get
warm, and then, to reflect upon, what
should be done with Mr. Davenport's
case,
"It will be all ih. the papers," eidd
her prescient soul, "tUJa evening, at
farthest!" fa
( " I will toJeflfrai.il zvexywhe'W Raid
fehe, ringing for n messenger boy.
^ "TIullo!" said a man at the signal station, "this is queer! Here is a man fry-
ing to find Ids wife, and here comes "a
woman who ia trying (o find Iter husband; and they are b)th named Davenport!"
"I dare Bay—nothing -to—each other
—-common namc--coijcido'ace," f.aid
tho telegraph, operator, who had
lenmed to talk in jerk."..
"T.rt roc see the number," Gnid Mic
signal mon. "Thirty-nino. Yes. it is
the »nm^ queer cane!"
"T.Yoiider wh;d It rdl m".nns!" j "
Jr ^;tzn Lau.' iu tho day befoif* 11, hng- 1	
CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL.
Funeral Director   ^
and
Emhalnier.
Graduate 0^Champion College of the
United States. Upholstering and general furnituro repairing. Office and
store, Aiken's block, near Canadian
Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and
m-iil orders promptly attended to.
Cranbrook
Moyie Board of Trade
Meets in , the Moyie school
house on the first Wednesday
evening of each mouth at
8 o'clock sharp.
J. P. Farrell, Pres.
A. P. Macdonald   *        A. T. CLAnk,
Vice-Pros. ■ Sec'vs-
     1 ■i.-fitffijffisi.xg? ■■■*■■*'' *
•Jov-n Q Stmwk (,a-
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
and Boo Line.
A Pointer
For Your Eastern Trip,   is to See that
Your Ticket Reads via
OANNDIABT   PACIFIC
First-Class   Sleepers  on   All   Trains
from   Revelstoke  and Kootenay Ldg.
MOWPWI-Bflilllllll  ——■ .    IWIH-WWW   Mil
TOURIST   OARS.-
P,t.f-s   D^nmore   Ji-t   daily   for  St,
Paul,   yaturdaya   for    Monlrc-al   nnd
lioklou, Mondays   and   Thuibday-   fo:
Same eaid  pat-a  L'cveotoli' 1
PATRONIZE
WHITE LABOR,
liy Scncllng Your Work To tbo
UNION • UUNW.
PHILIP COI-TKAD, Prior.
GOOD WORK. TRICES  HEASOKABLE
J. J. MURPHY   & GO/R
STOKE, MOYIE, H. C.
ff*t CiiJ!um3liT3CrS3tf?W*»#,w»r « umb^t-j   ■*
A.'    E.. "RICHARDSON.
Hauling and Draying.
Wood for .Sale.
Moyie
1
B.
.rom
1.,.  i>.
GO   TO' THE
For your oulflt.   The largest atock in
East Kootenay,
iZ&jLtj & CO.,
I3AKWBK,    X).    U,   ii.
Office and Reaidcuco    ORANBR005-*.
St, Eugene Itnernatipnal.
BARBER SHOP AND
PATH IJOOMS,
• W. H. STONE. Prop.
St, PJugonoMine, Mojift l.i, i:
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Toionto
one day earlk-r.
TRAINS DEPART.
8:31   for   Kaelo, Nelson,     Ttosbl.uid. | .^.     ~
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Mr.  Davenport hnd    exidci.-ily    :rj..u
the*-.e for i,*.ji"j-io,--,cs of ideutifir;iti(i:).
Whi-'i be v,-a'J. fljally ?'.'i!.ii<m ;t;x
taken. Iu r;v, al"{<*r ;}■"<• t.^ani c-,;.u*-j.
fciuj.'-i of lA'Alsd HiV'^tionoud flr-'yyn i
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inomWr and fuvnibh ffi- therus-'h.^
luis. J.A.-,..'iipoAi, runarl.-i'd j.-loinli; -I\ ;
"■\Viiy dirl y,n not thin): <<f ]'.-. y,ou\
,y'jrocry  ; ?-,("! the £"j>i-;!,l.iiJ,',*- tubi*, d'-ar?'"
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{?ra lei'idly.
j\Jr. Davenport, nTuviiliuf? to trust to'! ...
lli-velatoki,
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