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The Moyie Leader Aug 24, 1901

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Array tX-^  .-S^  pr  F  i-.'i  <(4  i"*    Pi  ��rs    ''-.I  >'''*     <'-"5  VOL. 4, NO. !!)���  ���** ft  X"  V,*,  .//  MOYIE, B. "C AUGUST '2-1, 1901.  B>  % LB ,B0I IAY START II?  ��.  ��  ���;V And knockdown in prices are now in full  1   r   -   " 'swing. '  Contract  Is Let   to  Work the Mine.  LOCAL    NEWS.  to  -     FIRST ROUND.  CLOTHING���Fine tweed suits from $5.00 up to $20.00.  ,       ' - SECOND ROUND.  U uXJDER WJ5AK���Full suits from $1.50' to $G.50 per suit.  g ''.'.<.       "     THIRD ROUND.     ���  ft TOP SHIRTS���Good flannel fi:om 50 eta lo.$2.50.  ���P ���'   . FOURTH ROUND.  jp\ HATri���From, 25 c(,a to al-To. 1 fur hat'tSj'^'l-.To,!.  i\ '' FIFTH ROUND. -  W ' ~  ^ ROOTS���Miners' digging shoes from $3.00 ._lo_.iJ-l.25, -"Fine;- fthoes  || ' ��� from $2.50 lo>i.7r>.  It At 1ib.e same J.time  the"!Visitors will be'  HUNTING TOE MINERS  ��  shown the, finest   display,,of Dress  Goods ever shown in Moyie.  Dtst'Viiluo over offered  in East Kootenay for  the money  early arid^secure ty front Heat,  * '  |1  Com:  If alter   City   Man. Albo Takes a   Contract  for Getting: out'Lime    liock for  'Nortlij-urt Smelter.  Campbell  COMPANY.  ffi\. CANADIAN  BANK. OF .'COMMERCE  ' ���','.'," , ,    <=  ���     PaMTfp G&pitel'  $8,000,000.     ��� t ' '  ��� ���r i ���     ,  IsnbrobiC branch-.  ' _     Hubert hAines.- icl  ���^���^^���������iUBPOMWiiaiiWMiiaMM-ijnffrii ~n ���imwiHiiu ��� ���*���������n������-��� in��� i- i  A" ��� A \-Ti'  '    ,   N. a;t'MaccKbs31IK, Proprietor.  Eoiei for tiie amasses.   jSverythiEg' First  in/every �� respect."   Sample Rooms  for  Coiiiniercial .Men.  - .1      i -P v - *  " . British Colikabi .'a  MOYIE,  ftWHT *��*MBL1I KOUXmil  Bernard MacDonald, manager of the  Le Roi at Rowland hopes to start  work on the properly soOu. Ko has  let a contract to A] ,GeL-er of Baker  City,'Ore., to produce at ltsst 150 tons  oi ore daily fi-'jni the mine, <--  Mr. GeiserduisjiU* rfcciuvd a contract for $132,000 worth of wor.c to bv*  done arjund the smeller at Northpoit.  The job includes tho production of .'300  tons of lhncrock daily. ''   ,  There a re perhaps 73,000 tons of ore  on hand'at the smelter now. That  would be, enough to keep tho sniehei  btirv at full capicity onl\ about eight  weeks. 'It i-s expected, (herefon-, thai  ��in cfiort v/iil be ru.ide to work the L*?  Roi alrto at i(s full cnn.ifiiv.  The fjni'-jtioii of getting wen for the  ninv contractor Irs an cngroibing one.  The alitu lai;oivlaw of Jiriti.-jh Columbia is very .strict. It, not . only bars  bringing iu laborer* under contract,  written or impliul, but it also forbids  tlie contractor to advertise in a foreign  country that lit; will do work in  British Columbia and can 'use men.  Mr. Geiser hopes th it he can get  tbe union men at Ros.-land to work  for him, as they have no strike against  him, since when working for him as  contractor 'they will not be working  for i he com Dan v.  V. UESSAUCSllill,    froi��.  ,ir  ft  l^Tnc s.tnvpit rocni in corip.ecticn  with housc'for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.   ,  HeadquartiDrVfor Coinmencia! and "Mining   Men.  QUEKlt  AVlO'i:?:, ^ ~~> ������ MOYIE,   H. C.  "So Gold VrUues.  !Northport( Aug. , 2'i.���For aome  t'imy the sni^iior, nianugemeut ha��  been exulting over the Fhipnienc of  two cars''of matte they were about to  make. The first products , of the  smelter operation's, since. May 25th.  On Monday last tbe matte was crushed  and sacked for .shipment and then  sampled. On ni-saying the sample  theie was found to bo a total absence  of gold values. Consternation roigned,  and doubts were expressed as to  whether the gold had leaked out into  the Columbia rivtr in seme oi the  uiimcjous mishaps, cr was still cou-  cealcd in some corner of the celebnUeu  W  No.  5'lurnace.     The  matter   is now  J. E. Crowe was in Cranbrook Tuesday.  J.   'ii.  Costigan of  C ran brook   was  iu town Tuesday evening.  Miss Daisy Jaquish is in Elko   visiting friends.  ��� G. H. Gilpin was in Movie looking  after his branch store tlus week.  , Malcolm Morrison'and Ed Chesnutt  have returned from the hot springs at"  Ban if.  An enjoyable party was, given a,t  the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.  Croasman at Aldridge last Tuesday  evening.  The Moyie fire brigade held a meeting hist yVeduoeday evening and elected oflicers.  F.'C. Clapp of  the  E-asfc  Kootenay  'Bottling Co., Cianbroo.k, was  in   town  WL-dnccjTIay evening.  BORN���To    Mr., and    Mrs.    John  Blackburn "last Wednesday   afternoon  ''.       *"  a ten pound baby girl.  ��� J. A. Harvey of Fort Steele was in  town Wednesday evening. Mr. Harvey  when here is the busiefct man in town,  Word comes that 'lie strike at the  Arlington mine near Slccan City haa  been settled,  Mi.-ia Gladys Bntler  of   Victoria  arrived her j ytdterd.ry nioruing and will'  cake a   position   as assistant ;.iu    the  Moyie school.  W. W. Traftori, engineer at ths  Movie Lumber Co's sawmill, was in  Nelson this weok.    ', ,  W. P. Gurd of Cranbrook wa3 in  Aloyie Thursday evening on profes-,,  sional business.       '  Fiank Desaulnier left for Ymir this  week to do assessment work on his  claims.  Fred fiep'er, the Cranbrook painter  and paper hanger, was in , town the  first of the week doing some work.  ' Master Graham Reid arrived here  Monday from Ottawa to visit with his  jrolh-cr and sister.  Jescph Schaicli, the druggist, left on  a business  trip   to  Oa'scjide  City  last  PIPE BEIIi INSTALLED  Moyie Water Company  at Work. ���  ABUNDANCE OF WATER  Pipe Is ,T,aid as far as Cranston'*) and will  llo Down to Victoria Street in  a Day or Two. '  By next Monday or' Tuesday the  Moyie Water Co. will have the main  water pipe laid from the dam, on  Campbell creek down Quoeri's avenue  to Victoria street. Most of the excava-  'ting for this had already been' 'done  and the pipe has been laid to about  opposite tlie Cranston place. Although this is tho dryest season of the  year there is an abundance of water  in the dam, sufficient in tact to supply  a much larger town than Moyie,  Jeil'rics and Kliulin to Figlil.  San Francisco, Aug.  20.���Jim   Jef-"  fries  and  Gus Ruhlin,   the  pugilists",  signed'an agreement at Corbett's   this  afternoon to fight for the heavyweight  championship of   the   world.    It   wa3  agreed that the match is to take  place  some day in either November  or December before   the   club  offering    the  largest purse.   The pugilifets expressed  preference for either   the   San   Frao;  scisco Athletic club or   the  Twentieth  Century club.  Bids for the light will be received  and opened in public. The articles of  agreement call for a division of the  gfato receipts on a basis of 75 per cent  to the winner and and 25 per, cent , to  the loser. ,-Kid Eagan's signature accompanied that of Jeffries, while  Billy Madden, who represented Rhulin,  signed for the would be champion.  AS  m  as  What Abotat Canned  ,   We have unloaded a oar this week and have now on hand a  large stock in the best brands.    Here is a list le select from: -  I'OV-TOES���Delhio, Tartan,  Colon-f BAKED   BEANS���With   or  without  ial.  WAX BEANS���Tartan, Red Cross.  iM'.As���French. Sifted, Avlmera.  MVi;i:T rOTATORS���iloverr.   .  l'KAi'JiKS���Tartun, Bolley.  l'llA 1{^���Tarlan, Oshav/a.  J!I.l ;���: FLU MS���Tarlnt).  ('OMliAKD "  :jl>WKN  GACtK        ����  I'll i: li u I Krf���C-JoodwilHca.  ��� -ii i., i.j'jKivlhi*)���la nan,  yvylmcr.  'l^> I^/fcil'HEIIHlKH��� Tartan] Ayl-  niors.  151 VrK       UlHl'BEliRIlCS���Tartan,  ���, Bolleys.  J'M-: ArPLK���Chunks,  HIiccd,  im,- Whole.  f;-l ^i'-KlllUKS-Loggics.  ;,(,tl*'FiJl5PJ{LKB���Uollev's.  \;-}K l"OX HKKJims���JSolley'd.  1-MAll'lv-IV     .n..ii.:_  under consideration by the management. They have decided to run the  matto'through the smelter again in  the hope of its absorbing enough of  the precious metal to come up to the  qualifications of the'r contract, with  tec rcfiuerie*5 in New Jersey.  and  '-MMI-KIN-Deihic.  tipmilo sauce.  PACIFrC OAliABUS.  SALMON���Flat? or Tails.  CLAMS���Losn'O-.  CLAM CHOWDEK.  OYSTl'JUtJ���t'ovf, Blue l'dinls.  I IlEl/RTiSTG���Aiiohovev,   shrimp   :.nd  i  I tomato sane*.1.  jSOUSKD MACKRIOIv.  B.\TAVrA SifRiMTrf.  BOELKHS���Ttirkov, Cbicl-o;:, Ihu-i  FNGLJS1I   BBAWN.  I'LG'S FFFT.  BlCEl|,-~Corned, :md h'oust.  SAIiUJNKS��� French. O.madi'T.  LUNC11 TO N H UK���I lex  CHU'FFD BKKF��� Libhy'.-.  DEVILED  HAM.  7IENNA SAHS/Vfib:.  KOAHT MUTTON.  POTTED���Chicken,    Duck,   Tongu<  Orosje A   Bl.ickwcell ��  ADJurnor-f-Vi.   tpc.iLS.  Rev.  J.   M.   Bowjiing,"  B.   A.,   of  Cranbrook  will   preach   in    the    Odd  Feilowj' hall   lomoriow   evening at  o'clock.    '  S  Peter Corngan. Angus McDonald  and Tom Carr returned from Perry  Creek yesterday where they have been  prospecting.  Thoe. T. Laoglois ol Vancouver,  president and manager of the B. 0.  Permanent Loan and Savinps Co,, was  in town this week looking after his  agencies. P. T. Smyth is tlie Moyie  agent of the company.  D. M. Crowley gave n magic lantern  show iu the Odd Fellow's hall Wednesday evening. His views werevery good  and the entertainment was instructive.  J. B. Ru'dd, who has a ranch a saort  distauce below Moyie, his just completed one of the neateso farm residences in the country. It is 2Sx3I  feet iu size and two stories high. It  was built by A, Nieuig of   Fort  Steele.  A prirjy of young folks-went to the  Manhattan hotel last evening and  grave Mr. and Mrs. MacKenzie a pleasant surprise. The utTair ecded in a  dance and   a   geu'eral   good   time   was  IJati'iuct for W. IIlKfflTis.  A banquet was give,n at the Hotel  Kootenay Wednesday evening iu  honor of Dr. Higgin'3 before his leaving for Fernie. ��� The affair proved an  enjoyable one and ' everything passed  uif smoothly.' Lewis Thomson officiated as chairman, and ��� the following  is a list of the toasts'aud of those 'responding to them: F. J. Smyth,' the  press ; J. J,. Murphy,business interests;  D. J. Elmer? guest of the evening; Dr.  Higgms, reply; J. S; MacEachern,  family matter's; .,R. A. Smith, the  "sole" and its relation to' the human  understanding ; M. A. Beale, the. ladies;  Dr. Green, medicine and intoxicating  liquors; P.D.Hope, on Pear's soap;  F. I.Moore, V/hy should I work?  Mineral K.vliihlt for Craubrook, <���  o  Editor Leader:  Will you kindly let me ' notify the  public through your columns' that I  have secured the assistance of Mr. J\L  A. Beale of. your town in the collection  of mineral specimens for our ��� September exhibition. Any specimens intrusted to him will be cared for ,and '  labeled,aml after the exhibition either  returned to'tbe owner or placed in thd  permanent exhibition of East Kootenay minerals which is intended to bd  shown all over Canada.  Yours Truly, /  ' A. W. M'VIITIE,. ' ?  Cranbrook, Aug. 21, Manager:  'miners Union Incorporated.  Moyie Miners Union No. 71 of the  Western Federation of Miners has  been incorporated under the Benevolent Societies act of the province.  The oflicers are:' ��� John McDonald,  president,- Angus McDonald, Vice-  president ;' P. T. Smyth, financial sec'y;  S. J. Marsh.'l"recording sec'y; John  ���Blackburn, treasurer; Richard Powers,  George Reed, F. A. Anderson, Peter  Corngan and' Tim Farrell, managing  trustees.  FOR  Distinguished Visitors Here,  Moyie had two distinguished visitors this week in the persons of  Donald Grant of Fairboiilt,'Minnesota,  and Judge ,L. F. Boyle of Chicago.  .Both arc shareholders in the Moyie  Lumber Co., and they were here look  mg   aftei    their , interest  .   : ������ '.1  Grant is a brother of   Malcolm.   Grant  t     ��      *     '   '   .        . :.        - c.  and father of Sam Grant. He is one  of the largest railroad contractors in  the United States.  "Winters Is in the Pen.   ,  Martinez, Cab, Aug. 21.���Jack Wih- .  ters, the man who got away with $320',-'  '000 in gold bullion from the Selb'y  Smelting works and afterwards confessed, was sentenced today to lo ye'siis?  at Folsom. The prisoner took the  sentence coolly and asked that he be-  sent to San Quentin, but the reqfuesfe  was refused. The prisoner was r taker!  to Folsom this morning, and b'efo'i'S'  night wilL be in,strpes.  " Sinking Shaft Begun..  . Work was commenced this week o'a  the,big three compartment shaft a'f-  ths No. 1 tunnel of the .Lake Sliofe  mine. The hoist h&s been installed  and the cable^ bucket and , pump are  here. A carload of extra good timber,  was shipped from the coast to be used  for the sh'aft.  Everything is running smoothly   at  the mine and the force is being, added .  to rather than decreased. ���  A dootl System.  Constable Drummond had a steady.  boarder and 'lodger  this  week.    Tho  man   serving   but   his   time   worked  ~"~"i\ [steadily'and did a  good  job cleaning  Donald ;��� J , ,       , -.  up the courthouse yard and a  portion.  iof, the  street  adjoining.    This, seems,  ;to, beat sending prisoners cut .of town  to do time all to pieces.  li'Uz ana Cu'lX' VVill Fight..  ' * ' *        ^   <'  Everything baa been arranged for  the boxing contest which is to take  place between Jack Fitzgerald and Ed  Cuff in Pernio Monday evening, September lind. W. W. Tuttlo, of. the  Royal hotel has been selected as referee,  and both men aro now in training,  Cuff at Pernio and Fit?, at  Blairmore.  Rev. W. L. Sheridan   was  duwn   to  Cranbrook   this   week   to   atiend   the|'l:U'-  | annual    liuaucial     meeting    oi   the j    '-Hutch" (-.nd   when   you   think  of  J .Methodist church. | the name you arc  bound   to   think  of  RFVr-An    tight     roomed ! 'durance) was in   town   last   evening..  Fur particulars aoply to   Mrs.j    The many friends cf G. T. McGregor   ever   ^mg raised.    Where she   sank  will be pleased to learn that hois im- j 'heit! ld ;i dol,th of "i0 fathoma of  ������roving in haulth. and the Manitoba i Wrttcr aiul whon ll is considered that  Ornate seems to bo freeing with him 1itid   i"-l^^^h'   to    work   below   12  Cr.i) Never Be KuUcd.  fherc is  no   hope -,of  the   Islander  yYorU at Kitchener.,  Forty men have, been .put., to work  on.tho iron property at , Kitchener,  recently pure-based by the Montreal  syndicate. ��� Development will be continued where, it was left, off  betore..  Another'diamond  drill   will  be  operated at ouoe.  hou io  W. C. L-.oey.  A forest i'vx w.is racing near Kituh  eucr yestcrvl.iy, am"* it w.h li:uu_.ht i"u   ]  'a time that ilu'l-mn   was   in   d.ur>-"iM     A public   meeting   has  Dcen   called  but the wind I*....!���: m f.iv��;rabli* li'in and , f li' "o.f t Mjudwy, Aug. 20,at 11 o'clock  litth dam-a-e wa-done. : i, m��� at' the   school   house   for   the  ,   ,       ,   \ ,.���.-i, ,,- .   .,.,,i ��� i"irpot0 of electinjr a trustee to lill the  Cfovc-mnient A~cnt Ani39l!m.s,   and,'     * ,,,-.,   v-.ii     i  ,   ,N  .,.,, -, ,      > .,,   ,.,..,:.  ��� \.icanc\'caused by trcd   Pollard,   who  11. C. KillLV'i,..uivnlii.udei-l('. ro'.<u. j -J- '  I ,...n , ,,.,.!.,..-  n-^-e l,nri; yesicrday | ,! w i'GS1��llfid*  ' i     Geo. and Ton:   Crowe   arrived  here  JToV Addition to School.  Tenders are being called for the-  erection of a one room addition to the  Moyie school house* Tenders will be  received up until August 2Sth.  i trails ami luidgei, were here  i ixm\ inspected tho fite fo:- the.i ropocoil j  ; bridge asro.-s the  In Gallon Pio Fruits we are complete, and will be pleased to  'piole prices, which wo guarantee will bo lower than'   prices  |     A race is ����� mg  j place on    Mtv. ii1  : Msui Grant's s.nl'  hind Glen Ciimph^l'cUut,  | bella.  \< rows.  .-allrcd   <������'���    to   take  i::j   coon   !-;itv.*ecn  at,  the   leather inc.  tlie   Duci-  fathoms, it will be scon that the doom  of the unforl'.uiatc liner is sealed forever. '  CrftnlTooU'** Uri7.liii�� HT.itcI*.  Oao of the features of the Cranbrook exhibition which will bo held  next month will boa rock drilling contest for which some  good, cash   orises  New  ."Ut-t-il Quotations.  York, Aug. 23.���Bar silver,  5S_- cents. Load, price for miners  and smelters, ^'-1.37-A* at tho close. Copper, brokevs'price, iji 10.50.   . ���  London, Aug. 22.���Lead jElilLs. 3d..  rn-uflconw-i oh-iau o*i tiKTin PQ-vyoen  !.i;is week from Rossland, and are now  working for the .St. Eugene   Co.    The !lll,ve bcon hllug "'''    II h   lhc  iutcu'  arc all right, and one of the   first ! u,;!1 0I   tho   iHo->'le   Mlljera   Union   io  .ioys  tuc*  did aitcr   arriving   hert;   was  i have a team or two there.  tc subscribe for. the liic Moyie '.Leader,  .mil tc i;av fcr it in advance.  "'f:o ilVhilc- I'ufrov s Coute-it.  The ."'0 round bo::ing content  ^vllich  elsewhere-..  ���t, ���cT*"T*"*��",T,w��n��i;r"  Tl-  ot:*ii:o  i.M'?c.C. B.P.  jriiCitmsii,  mm fis ���(���"'��   Oro-ra- Nee I  branch  . took   phico in iFeruio h'iGL    Saturday.  JC   evenin" between Ceo. White and   Jim  !5IJiii'0  -"JJkAND *$*>*  Iv-'*-.-     v'l  ^vm ic^^^^^^^^^y^  tho   da  ���or ii:��"C ,,��y t:.o  r'.i'o.Ieir.to   r,.te;.  M-DONALJ),  Proprietor.!  i-jn.i-crned-at Itast, scorns to be   at   an   l?ifrror*s ended in the sinth   round   iu  -vl..   -itost cf tbe men ha-.tj gone back , f.''Vor  of  the latter..   J'ack  Eitzgerald  to \york within   tho   last   week  uv  ten i''������'as  referee  and ,D.;J.  Elmer..time-,  .layj. j keeper.-    The   bout   was a  lively   One  ��� ",.',.'��� ,. ,    . i while it lasted.  .-. .shgliii  error   \vas   in.uie    in    last-       ' ,.  , ......  week's Loader.    It ii P. J.   Parrel!:   in-  u  .ileail of A....P. Macdouaid avIio is'.-assisting yic ���Desaulnier in installing  , the waterworks,  LOT FOR BALE���Lot on Tavistock  street in Lake Shore addition.' For.  Particulars apply at this office.  ...Highest Honors, World's Fair,  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fait  Avoid Baking Powders   coutitining^  nluiilj Tliey are iimu-icp.ig to Jaen.lt!>  /  &A YEAE  ���itwin ���!��� \3nt I  -.      r  ;Jj'''^^^^rt^flto^i^g^tor��^^^^^^^  THE HIE UliOE  -\r,  rjjan  'J  1   -  , li  lt, is said that J.  Pier p.  has planned tha ��re >{c-L   I-iv,.'  union  , of tlirj t:,-,^-. a '.infer. ���..' i.-.i,cr and capital.  P iblished in. the i;:te;-ect c; tl;a people 1 Aeco;:fll'�� {z' ^}$ 'plans   slock  of   the  of Vnvio -:rd r-i-' rrU-rr -i United Crates 'Steel corporation valued  UJ   *HO\iU   i-i��U   Laou a:AyLLoL!t /. J ���     *    " J v l  "     * ! at several  millions   of  doihire  at   par  has been set aside for purchase of inside figures by ' the , 165,000 men'  employed by the companies that make  up tbe great steel trnst. it is contemplated to form this copartnership between the  shareholders  end   the  em-  gggggg^^aggg^-g^g^^^  Harvey   &   MoOarter, THE   POST   OFFICE' f~  roRTsrj^LE.B.o " ��� ��  ,i. s.vii'ti: &.- cc.  raTiIlchcx*-.  3t.*.T.���S CF S,Ul!3Cr,II'i'K5W.  C, ;e Ver.r.  ...?2.on  Harvey, rvioCsi-toj* & ��.1 Gander,  Barristers & Solicitors.  i;    .  SATURDAY, AUG. 2-1, 1001.        p, of   ^ "^.^  ���a Buna m^aBjr-^MJUKJLaju.irmm  The St. Eugene mine  produced more lead,  during the year l\)00  than any other single  proclucer in the ��� Province, or nearly as much  States  steel  corporation.    But this proposition will  hardiy be   taken   readily   to.  cr  even 1  seriously by the  Laboring   people.    It  is hardly  probable   that  Mr.   Morgan  has their welfare bo n;uch at heart.  Mining Stock  "*fw* ^**>o.  a  1~ 9?  CRANBROOK.  And now we are to have newspaper.-  dislributed by   slot   machines.    It   is ,  reported that's compar.y has beer,  in- *  Daily market prices  by  Wire  from' Spokane.  LEWIS THOMSON,  I-    ���  r- ��� -    -I- ���        ���*������"'������     ��-*�����     ���/V.'H.    MUk.^'        1IUO      tJ-wUi^ J. i J  corporatcd    in    Columbus,   Ohio, ��� to  of the entire &loc#r& Qis-  trict���Minister' of 'J\$iri6e.  ',<  srAYixq   vpirn  claims.  The man" who, ;vl:en he finds a  promising looking prcspectj f*. takes it,  devclopcc it, and' stays with it. even  tlirough adversity, nearly always suc-  eeedes in' making a good turn and  cleaning up a  .small' siVed   fortune   in   which is huading every trade.  Tho big deal which was made on the j    Gipcan Drill:    Here is a public spec-  manufaeture a m-clijnc for this pur  pose.' The machines will he sold' to'  publishers, and are designed for use in  all (lie places now Iiaunted by the  irrepressible pewsboy., They will vary  in size, and lie so arrange.': us to bold  half a dozen paper j or mere of different  sizes. If the report be,true, it would  seem that (5V;-.n the newsboys can not  escape the iiitioduct'ion  of machinery  Notaky Public, Accountant, Commission ano  Insurance Achnt.  rDKuc 4*. sa'ATioyi!KV, PTon?.  TOILET ARTICLES,! ^  PATENT MEDICINES,  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  p. D, HOPE,  '   Chemist fui<l Drug-gist,  MOi'iB. n. c ,  *  V  {.BEND YOUR COLLECTIONS TQ  ���^KacxK^-.  They make a specialty  of this line of business. ���<  AGENTS AT  aOSSLAND,    _ PHOENIX," " 'GREENWOOD,  ; FERNTE, aud all other points in British Columbia  Movie,  i, -;o.  Why Does Every r  bo$y Prefer  Wt  East_ Kootenay?g FIRST Annual Mineral.  Agricultural   and   Industrial  Exhibition,  er-r=nx.~^i^n.irmMnT^-ir~M^~r~.n:. ���jff-;  W. F, GURD,  BARKISTJSH, SOLICITOR, 1CTC.  CRANBROOJC,  B. C.  J*i .i l  *   U  i;ii''('{' :  F" US'.  fi *;ri -���  I!'  ���r*  ISM-    -  i   ��    ���*   'I.'  .'.3f,'fi.  r iii;' .1 E'!i  ^.ip'-.   ''!  i;  iron  properties   near  Kitchener   last  week is an example of this.   0. P. Hill  staked tho claims ill   1893���just  eight  years ago.    At' that time thore was do  yiiilroad, and p. mine  in   that ..locality  --���.without a railroad was valueless.   .But  Hill .realized that he had a good thing  and that some da>   tlie  claims  would  niake him  independent.    That  Gome  ,.day cjims last week after  eight  years  of bard struggling to keep himself  in  grub and to keep his assessment work  done.  James Cronin and "the   St.   Eugene  mine have had a similar career. ' When  Mr.  Cronin ��� staked   the  now  famous i  ft: silver lead mine   the  future -prospects;  in South East Kootenay  were   not at ] worn  all'bright and he realized that he   had  ��� a long'wait ahead  of   him.    He  went  . Jo work' with a will developing the  big  ,   property, suid with it, and now   finds  -   himself comfortably fixed for life.  It was after four years of 'patient  working and waiting that a satisfactory deal was made on the Ltl�� Snore  group of claims, and the owners were  rewnvded for their time and labor.  The same story can be told of nearly  every mine in the country today. Tbe  trouble seems to be that the big  majority of prospectors stake ,too  many claims, then being, as -u. rule,  without capital they are unable to keep  tbe assessment work done. Then because they cannot make a big deal  within a, year or so they become ciis-  euuragedjViuff the whole bunch of!  for a sOui^or leave the country and let  them ran but. They go to another  place and repeat the performance.  , Better have one claim and stick to  it ten years than ;o have ten claims  iviid throw them up after one year.  tacTeand a national disgrace.'-   On the  one hand   the poor-trackmen  on the  C. P. E. aro contending foi\a beggarly  $1.75 per day, and"  on ^ the other  the  'coirjpany'dircotors  ineei iinii  declare  big dividends.   "J'n ere need Gitmings"  by Onna'da's octopus are, wrung from  those unfortunate beings employed in I'JpQjfi  the hardest of services. -  ___.  E. A. ELTON",'  Commission' and   Insurance  Agent. ,  ,  NEW  YORK LIFE; '���    .  .   LON"DOi\T Ai\TD LANCASHIRE.  .     PHOENIX OF BROOKLYN     '  <l ,' c  lusurance Oo.'s  Fort Steele; ;:B. C.  Beoauce It's the best and inconstantly  kept on hand-, by v'thc only wb.olecaler  in East Koolenaj': '"  ' E. J*. PELTIER,     ''  CRANBROOK,"B. C.  LA:fr;E   VIEW-SQTTSE  LAKE  SHORE  iDDITION.      '  t ' r ^  Board $6.00 Per Week.  MRS. WHITEHEAD," Proprietress.  , x The Catholic schodl question, ,which  has agitated tho public 'for ' years, has  at last been.settled. The public school  boards have voted to take ever the  Catholic schools ap.d hire all the teach-  ' * "        r    ' " ' *     ��   St ,'l ��*      r ' 1    t     i VL   �� I       .    / \  era in them who gau  Qualify,  stmula-  ting that  no roligio.us 'gar^  oh?r[j.  b,e  Nuns are thus   debarred from  tbe teaching Gtuff.  ,G. P.HKJGINS,  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICE���P'AERELL BLOCK.  Keep font Eye  ON THE  THREE DAYS OF INSTRUCTION,  . '   '  '    "    ' INTEREST AND- ENJOYMENT:  MOYIE,  -British Coitinibia,  Gov. Hunt of Idaho took a common sense view of the matter in pardoning Paul Corcoran.' Corjjrau was  the '-only man convicted out of the  thousaudwho took part iu'lhe trouble  of 1800, and she governor did not think  that one man should be made to do nil  the eullenng if the others wore equally  guilty.  The ancient damp'son slew/ bio  enemy with the jaw bone oi an'ass.  Now his modern namesake, the oue  who did not fight at Santiago, is killing himself with the same kind of a'  weapon.���Idaho State Tribune.   ,  City   Shaving   Parlor,  i  CENTRAL   HOTEl.  "  '  WESTERN '.SUPPLY  1 ' Cl '  'COMPANY,!,    ��� '  BUTCHER SHOP. ,  Mineral Exhibits, Bucking Contests,  Agricultural Exhibit, toIIorse  Races.  WESLEY CLKi-JE, Prop.  Movie, B. C.  QUEEN'S  AVENUE.,  Tho best program.ever seen jti tho  country,'    See posters  and  circulars for  further particulars.   Specially  low "return railway'  rates ' from' all   points,  * . i  - ���   ,-"        *���  A.. W. MeVITTIE, Sec'y.  !r*='��:-**a' jK^^yagfc^'*.*rr,-*^^Ta-*-o*->*-'  Send Your Work .*  the_^^  nn,  0       ���  Where it  will be Done  -Satisfactory  P. LUTNER, Pbop.     ���    ' ���  *-&���    n tt fn^r n*U iu  _. ,. .ii'LiaBIl  AlfB. ,FOWL  OF Tip BEST QUALITY'AT LIVING PRICES.  ''���'.'  GOOD "WOItK.  PRICES   ItEASOXAIUJO  THiJ   ARLINGTON   STItlKK.  It is to be regretted at this time,  ivjien so many miners are out of  employment, that a strike has taken  place at tlie Arlington mine near  Slocan City. The trouble arose, so  the report goes, over the meals, especially the breakfasts, no: being satisfac  lory to the men and considerable  grumbling was the result. The men  working on day shift were let out, and  the night .shift walked out in sympathy.  Tbe miners' union of that place has  been dragged into the difficulty. The  strike,fever seems to be contagious at  this time, and men-walk out on the  slightest piovocation. Tho trouble at  the Arlington was not over the rale of  wages paid nor tbe number of hours,  worked.    It was simply a littl>>  squab  "Your medicine has ' helped me  wonderfully," she wrote to the patent,  medicine bouse. "Three weeks ago I  ceuld'not spank the baby, aud now I  am able to thrash,my husband. . God  bless you!" ' ,      '  JL S.A.Aa  &Jl  i��Xl  [1J  ) r (��� *��  BE  Tbe making of pig iron and the  manufacturing of steel rails at- Kitchener are statements which seem a  little strange just now, but the* may  be strictly in place a few years   hence.  Jeffries and Ruhliu have signed an  agreement to fight for the championship oi tho world. Now the wagging  of j.t.vs will begin between the two  noted pugs. "  Barbershop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths.* 4C,  Opposite .jCosmppoiifan   jjHotef  \y. l. FOi^y  The world is like a prsee of music���  full of sharps and Hats.  VKx&BttunmmMcm:  jSOTICE. *.  Thiriy days after ante, 1 intend to niiplj- to the  chi';l Oinmi^ioiicr of iflinj< imd works for u  =]><-ciaUiticn*!!L'tufiiil iiurt remove* timber from  tlie followiiif,' Jociition. Cominonciiii;- cl the;  iiouli eiw (���oiru>ri>o*,t,<.iluafijU nt-nr th.' u..v|  b-u.k <if .Moyie river, opposite Jtoh'-.-ls plucui  i.iir.o, ^0 <*liuiji., -south, tLiouce SO olmin- v.c^:,  lliciiuc.'o cliiiln*. north, Ijkmk-c SO cl-niiis oc..-l to  roi>.  p/iovie dairy:  Eresh   new   milk   delivered   to  all  parts of town twice  a   day.    Satisfaction guaranteed,  , Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  EAST KOOTEIAT BOTTLING GO,  Bread delivered ���*  to any part o   the city.  PIES, CAKES Am  t  Always on Hakdv ,,  A. SLINN, Prop.,  Gents'��� ' Farnishings,  loots, Shoes9 Hats, Gloves* Etc.  COME AND SBE US.  Victoria Ave.,"Moyie, R.  e;'  JAKE NELSON, Proprietor.;  ,. . , , . UIV..H   .vmiuiii-   UUHI1,  i:  nlc over tlip board, and whieii nodoubt- ti.o point of coipinenciu  could have bi-en .-ettled by a cool  beaded committee in a few minutes,  without bringing the ur-ion into the  matter. The union .should stand aloof  in this case and let tbe men fight it  out as individuals.  A similar case occuned in Moyie  a few month*-, ago at the St. Eugene  mine. One man insisted that turkey  chould be Pi-rvcd at the boarding  house at least three times a week.  The man got his time and u number  of bis fellow workers walked out in  .\vmpathy mid came down tho bill.  The union here took a common sense  view of the affair and refused to have  anything to do with the matter. As a  "consequence nearly alb of the men  wontbnok to work again and most of  <bejtt admitted afterwards th.it'' they  had acted loo hastily.  -010 fieri",  more or  Mily (>th 1PU1.  J. M. Cif ATTIC ICTOX.  -J���1.3.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  -+���-  ASSATIKKo  Miners   headquarters.     Good:��acc6mmodatiohs  for  travelers.    gBesfcT^wines  'liquors^nd cigars kept iu stock,  MOYIE, B. C.  Lake Shore Addition  ������rgJu-UJ-wj-OBgcga  NELSON,  B. C  NO'IICU.  'lliu-tj ddy*, after link* 1 iiiteinl to upplv to ihe  ���inVfromiriiWoiierof l.iruls   mid  Vvoiks for ��  i'"uini Iicoiimj to cur mid  iciuove- timber fron:  ne Mlowivt; loo.Uion.    Ooiuiiiciiciui?-   ui    th,.  lioiHi on*.t comer -post, sit,i.iu*d near tho   mvm  l..mk of :,loyi0  livc-i  oppowtc  lloburts iilnci-i  imue, .SO chains south, thence *-'j  cliain^'wost,  tiieiice fcO chains noitli, thence SO c-imins od��t  t.j  point of cOKimenceineat���C-lOacres, inoreoi lesi  ROHIiJiT R01',so:s.  June 10th 1001. ,i_l0  XOTIC'IC.  Thirty days ufter .lute I intend to apply to the  .cbier commissioucr of lands, and world for a  special license to cut and remove timber from  the following ini.id situated ou .Moyieriver, East  ICootenuy, Coinmeuciii'^'ita post on the sum-  iniL 'belv.-een. Xigjjer creek and Moyie river.  Kuijuiiitr SO chains east, thence SO chains north,  tbence HO (fhaiii.s west, thence SO chains south to  the point "of coniineucing���010 acres, more or  ]c'ss-    ���'" .  'ilORKRT.ltOUSO^.   '���  Jimc 10th I'jOJ. '���   .    ,   ,.:.���:���:,  ,j_io.  Areated .WatersB of all  Kinds.1)  Orclers|So!icited.  Soda Water] land Sypliens.  YEARS'  ^,^fe|%t^EXPER!ENC  ^VMUt^   Trade. Marks  -   Desjgws  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a ulcctch and description jtmy  NTEJDBRSTA.B T, ll��ESTEREll\Z] CO.  JOHN"   XiARlili;!',    D. |T>. .S.,    L.   ��".    S.  Oflicc'flnd,Residence    CRANBROOK  TSZ&EZiZTZIZZ  'SSSSSSSSSSSSSZSJffSSS  GET Y0UE  Gluality not excelled^in the country. Try it and  be convinced.  ujaeiwj*mi*-in*iu,uw.ji  &ES  qulcl-ly ascertain our opinion free.mictlicr ."��  Invent, on s Probably palciitiiblo. ��� CoinfnnrJcH.  tlonsstrictlyeonildentlfil. it-uirtboolior: PAteiits  sent/ree. Oldest apen;;y.foi'.:seCuiinpr butonta.  rnlo'it-g taken, tnroiish. Juiitir.A Co. rac^iVn  special notice, mrlthout oij.-iiso, iiitho "'    '  A h.T.vlKortioly illustrate*, v.-eonlv. T.nrecst cir-  ciihilion of. any iK-ieiitiHo journal. fJ'ern-,.i fi'<) a  ycir   tour :uoiuhs, #1.  K'7"ilbya'll TK^vsri^ni'cro  . m-iwich Oilice, 025 I,' St.i W^8lUi)fo't.D-), &. C.  Prest, the photographer, !has just received, the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.-.;.  VW. A. Prest,'  ��� : ���;:  Photographer,  Cr.inUrooJc,    Moyie,     i-'ort Steul6.    ;  Will Visit Moyie-on f  Tuesday anti Wc��tlnJa  JQHJVSTQJV   BtiOS.  | Thirf Hotel is New and well Furnished.   The  Tables, are Supplied with the Best the  Market, affords. The, Bar is Filled with  iJest ���;. BtfMct^ of .LigiidriS: 'aiad Cigars.  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   kii^AVKEE BBER,  .       V  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  "������'^���ND"wi.rNING MEN-...:  '''���". , ""���.       .��� ��� . --    ' ���    ,       ���.���.'KIJITIS3I COIAJMVAA  lt>  .(.*  v!/  v!��  d>  il>  *  If)  \l>  i!/  �����  \',  >.'���/  $  ���l.i  if)  ���;��  a)  w  <>j  "    '/ ���Bs^tr*"'   ���  THE MOYIE LEADER.  ilOYIE,  33.    0.  SO  RAY  THE  jjH�� PATIENTLY  SUFFERERS    FllOM  CIIItONJO BYSPEP.SlA.  A Sa(f tetter From a Lady WJiost  'Hosband Was Dissipated.',  flow She Cured Him With a Secret  Remedy.  A Trouble That Makes the Life of  Its Victims Almost Unbearable���  Causes Headaches, Heart Palpitation, Dizziness, a Feeling of Weariness, and a Distaste for Food.  r42tt'^^z<s*MTvioaGizittav*^r&r.&Mto*ts��^^ Cm��w.  �����wT7ryre*aAs��.  in   'ti  l\f..>.>!in.r *;>���.,,i  1;r"f*     (*;-"n-].v,     in 1  ['<-���  ���<���','���.���!���'���     '���;,.-,  '<    "II il    1-0'ld.    f  lil in?).  ���"'Il    Mil]  I (,  for  in  in  ' 'mi  hi nin.  In!  '- "J had for years patiently   ��� borne  lie d'sirrac*.*,    suffering, misery    and  n/jyuiiorts    due ��� 'to     rny tihusband's  drinl.'-".*,' habits.     I rearing   of  ������your  marvi'iio'is  remedy  for   the   cure     of  drunki /muss',  which I could  give my  husband secretly, I decided to try it.  I jiroi-ur .*tl :l package and mixed     it  ia lii-i food and coft'ee,  and,  as   the  remedy wo.s  odorless  and    tasteless.  -Ins did' net know What it- was    that  so quickly  r^liev-*** his  craving-     for  ' liquor.   J Jo  soon     ,'gan  to   pick ,.. uyt  floh, his appetite" for'solfd," food .rc-  tunu-d, lie stuck to his work regularly, and iv.j now liavo -a happy home,  /.itd'r he was completely cured I told  Ifai what I had done, when he. ac-  knofl 1,'ii^ixl that it had been his saving, ns l:e had not the resolution to  break, oil of his own accord.    I hearb--  ily wlvise all women .afllictca as , I  was to give your remedy, a trial."  SENT FREE TO ALL.���A sample  package of Tasteless Samaria Prescription KENT'FREE with full par-  linilnM i~ plain sealed envelope. All  letter: .:,ic!.ercd sacredly confidential. " ���iddruss The Samaria "Remedy  Co.,'10 Jordan'street, Toronto,  Ont-  TEE 23  's CLiristlau Temperance tJnioi  ��� ADOPTTHB , !  (I  1!  TOR the C'TRE of DBUNKEWT-TESS  letter from.. Mrs. Ceorgj Grant, of  RuMi'v, Out., giving, paititulars of  n cure citcctod by "Samaria Prescrip-  li'.a," resulting in. its use and adoption by the Paisley Woman's Christian Tt*uipi*rancc Union..  (Copy)  Paisl-y, Out., December lli.h.  1900.  the .Stiuiona Remedy  Co.,  '���    00 J Lilian Street", Toronto, Out.  bcu- .s.5'*.-,���I pemi-jd a few lines to  you so-iu> liijiij ago,���as a member of  tin-' liiii|>i-rance canst', I wrote for  ItiionuaMon:' at that time I had in  my iiitm.1 friends whoso son was a  gi'-.u. cause of anxiety and trouble on  uM-oimt of i.i^ drunken habits. 1  Mronijly urg d the friends to try tho  ri'iaody I saw advertised in the To-  j onto Globe. Tiu-y did so. It was  tin* Fumana R.-mody that was'od-  ministcH-d and I run pU-usi-d to inform the company the medicine was  helpful; tho voting-, man has not  drank a drop .since, breaking off from  old companion*,; 'and special prnvors  on his behalf, all aided in breaking  the chains.  At the  Josi  meeting  of  the  W.   C.  J-  U. here,   J   it:.reduced'your medi-  .cine lor the cure of the liquor habit)  ana a resolution was passed,   "That  .inasmuch ns it is the aim of this or-  Baiii,:mion to help Hie poor inebriate,  \o should recommend this rauipdy in  Homes where persons are at dieted to  J*"->   use    of     intoxicating .Mquors."  f   ,v' S!rs*   wishing yqu  a successful  ^'vr in your noble work,' and fecl-  ���*K tluiL assistance can bo given    in  ill.' precincts of home by the hand of  n.oli.*r or Wlfe,     trusting Cod may  ;i'��u up useful avenues for your    la-  w���.    Yours very respectfu'llv.  J;Slfi'�� d i       M rs. CEORCE GRANT,  On b.half of Fulsley W. C. T. U.  ���FBEE SAMPLE ffB* WW8lv  nt n��   (,...,,_...   .  . ���������     TT*"* lug   full   inform  Prom "IVAvenir di* Nora." St. Jerome, Que  Sufferers from, Dyspepsia or bad  digestion'  are numerous    in  this country.      Almost daily one hears   &,.*ue  one      complaining or      the   tortures  caused them by this malady, and it is  no   uncommon  thing  to  hear  a  sufferer >-ay,  "i wish 1 was dead." And  no  wonder,    the suffering caused    by  bad digestion cannot be imagined by  anyone who has not suffered from it.  The    victim    is    a   constant sufferer  f��om ��� headaches,   heart   burn,    heart  palpitation  and-nausea.   lie .has    a  had   taste in his' mouth, is unable to  ob-tain  restful  sleep  and  has always  a feeling of.weariness and depression.  But    there    is    a sure cure   for  this  trouble  and it is  found in  the greatest  of  all  known medicines-Dr.   Williams' Pink 'Pills for Pale People."  Among those who have been cured  of this distressing ,-malady by T>  Williams" Pink. Pills is Mr. Alfred  Chosbot, a well, known farmer living near St. Jerome, Que. ,To a reporter of "L/Avenir du Nord," Mr.  Chasbot told tho following story of  his illness, and subsequent cure :���-  "For'three'years I was an almost  continual ��� sufferer from the tortures  of bad digestion. After eating 1 fell  as if some heavy weight Was pressing against my chest. I was racked  with violent headaches," my temper  became irritable; my appetite uncertain; my nerves were a wreck and T  was always troy bled with a feeling  of weariness. 1 was able to do very  little work and sometimes none at  all. Although I tried many remedies  I was unsuccessful in rny search  for a cure until a friend advised me,  to try, Dr. 'Williams?. Pink Pills. Any  doubts I may have'had as to the  merits of these pills, were soon dispelled, for I had not been taking  them long before 1 noticed an improvement in my condition.' I continued the use of' the pills some  weeks when I considered myself, fully  cured. Today I am , as well as I'  ever ��� avos' in my .life, and would  strongly advise "all similar sufferers  to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and  I am sure' that they will Gnd them  as-beneficial as I have."  'Dr.'Williams* Pink Pills cure . by  going to the ,root of the disease.  They 'make new, rich, red blood,  strengthen, the nerves and thus tone  up the whole system. Sold by all  dealers in medicine or sent by .mail,  post paid, at 50 cents a box or six  boxes "for $2.50 by addressing the  DW Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  vi'lle, Ont.  F,!-P-  ' '"   v'.i'' hinfr  ���'���n   mii/--:--   c,f  1 " lh*'-s k'-pt it  '.'V    ]'i,��'V,c!;M|-1-  ���1   "-'iih ei ii*-h-  l-i'ividjini  ��O0(J  1IKI-.I    pJnres.     to  by      di<rrr\j\Cf  oist  plai-Ks   about  'ii "'J> i.n��l filling with brok-  t-ilp.   coal,   c-jnders or  what-  innkf  a'firm   foundation,  .,-,        .. .        *-vaf'*r  to drain   throuch.  '"   -'ii  <ho roads  are roumlr-d  up"to  il"      !!<:1wa,"|���  ir> ���n   off and  i hov  K<'i   a 111 tl"      all  u,i"..  u'  OU!      'fj.rjr.  1 <���*-   ;n  I ^  "n    biiri;.  *���"���"'���!���   k;h  find allow  ri'H  by *'n\ eriii-*-  b'li     by   ].  by   ( il-   in  ���wilier   ofT.   and  ,of the  LIKE TO GO TO  FUNERALS.  f-n.ion      after everv  ��ain       i���(.y n.-1: ,..,sn     } ���  ��������"��� ".n* Tho results are miVboU  ;;'' !l"'1 ih* <������<>* "'��"-h If-PS than thev  '."e.fw ihe nnnujjLl.turnout of the  chstnet to mend, or often to make  worse the ro^k, ,hf, job beill ^_  pected thon.to he done iinlil the same  season comes ar.ound another year.  ^Valc^ lfviuicins in Summon  " Wany years ago I knew the manager of a copper works. It was his  habit in hot weather to provide pots'  of water with some oatmeal in it  (said to be less, dangerous for heated  men, than plain water), and from  these pots the furnace men helped  themselves to as much  would.  as  they  The manager arranged with one of  the workmen to test the utility of  this drinking. The man was, weighed before beginning work, and' one or  two other men were weighed; they  all had their usual meals, but the  one man had not any intermediate  oatmeal drinks.1- 'At the end of tho  day's work there was a re-weighing-  the men who had drunk had not lost)  weight; the man who had "abstained  had lost many pounds. CThe "men  who had drunk were not exhausted,  the man who had not drunk was,  dead beat, and some days passed before he fully,regained his strength.*���  London Times. ,i  THE WROXG WAY.  "Do you wish now," inquired the  prison visitor, "that you had , followed the straight and narrow path?  , "Dai's dc one I did foller," replied  Jimmy Dores. If I'd only dodged, inter dat .crooked alley, tley'd never a'  ketched me." ���       ,  KNOW LITTLE ABOUT THE RKY.  It is a strange thing, how- little  people know about the sky. It is a!"'  part of creation in which nature has  done more for' the sake of pleasing-  man���more for the sole and evident  purpose of talking to him and teaching him���than in any of her works,  and it is just the part in which we  least attend her.���liuskin.  VFov.oti  Who  A<i?r.d  All   the  Mofin-  e;-y  Services They  Can.  Undertakers say that hundreds of people make a practice of jroinj: around from  ehurcii to church to attend the various  funeral services. It is a notion of recent  growth, but is becoming very popular.  The special attraction in the ca*?e of  Catholic* churches is said to be the fino  music which usually attends the celebration of a'solemn Insh'rnass for the repose  of the soul of the dead. Where the services of more than two clergymen are employed the attraction is all the greater,  the* undertakers say.  "It is rapidly becoming the" popular  thing," said one of the latter. "I thought  it odd at first and wondered how it was  that the same faces were to be seen at so  many church funerals. I made iiinuirics  and learned that a number of women  make.it a rule to scan the death columns  every morning to pick out what promises  to be a fashionable funeral servic*-.  "Some of, them go over,1o Brooklyn and  Jersey even to satisfy their craving ,for  pomp and sweet music. The mere fact  that in many church funei-als a card of  admission is required , docs not,seem to  keep them away either. The' sexton of  one of the biggest churches on Viflh avenue told me that he knew more than GOO  women who make a practice,, of attend  ing church funerals. He added that it  would be impossible almost to drag these  same women to a church' wedding. There  is something so magnetic in church funerals ns to be simply irresistible to them.  Why it is so I can't say."  The pastor of one of the biggest churches in Brooklyn was asked to give an opinion as to the influence-which induces women to attend church funerals indiscriminately, and he replied that it was* a weakness to see and be seen rather than any  desire to listen to the organ and the choir  during service.'.'  , "I have noticed/' said this'clergyman,  "that some of these women attire themselves in mourning whenever they attend  services of this kind, regardless of the  fact that lhey may bavp had no,acquaintance with the deceased or h'is , family. 1  have seen these women in the most gaudy  frocks in the afternoon after the funeral  services in the'morning. It is just a woman's idea about keeping her mind amused, f suppose, though I must say it is  stretching the imagination a long way.'  Hundreds now go to church funerals five  or more times a week, and it is my candid  opinion (hat (hey could not be dragged to  church   for   any   other   purpose"-  HOME  RUNS.  A Nniabcr ot Ifavw KHh by the "Wit  of "Vonlcera.  "Now, let me see. We've' got the parlor furniture, the bedroom suits and the  kitchen outfit. Is there anything else?"  said the prospective, bride.  "Why; you have no library!" said the  girl's mother. "   ���,   ���  "Oh> never mind that nowT, mamma!  I'll, write to Mr. Carnegie after we're  married about that."  PASSING  IT ON.  Bacon���A fellow doesn't have to lose  any time hitching up an automobile.  ,  Egbert���No.   The hitch generally comes  when you've got out iu tlie country a few  miles from any house.  ���N ���  ' -     ,  "Those berries you sold me> yesterday,  were not fresh."  "That's not^iny fault, ma'am. I had  'em four days "ago. It's not my fault that  you didn't come along until yesterday."  RAILWAY   RUMBLES.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  TIAIE TABLE  ,  For the first time since the war  there'is��not a negro in1 the, South  Carolina leginlature.  - Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup stands at  tlie head of the list for, all diseases of tho  throat and lungs. It acts like'magic in  breaking up o cold. A'cough ia soon subdued, tightness of tho chest is relieved, even  tho worst ca-?o of consumption is relieved,  while in recent ca^es it may be said never to  fail. It is a medicine prepared, from the  active principles or virtues of several medicinal herbs, and can bo depended upon for all  pulmonary complaints.  Cumdrops a few years ago were  the most fashionable variety of candy, but dealers spoiled tho trade by  putting brandy, and other forms , of  alcohol  in them.  An Austrian named Anton Pefer-  mandel,' who re^ent,y died at Steyr,  had made a collection of about :>,-  000 knives of all times.  Mr.T. J. Humes, Columbus. Ohio, writes:  "I have been afflicted for some time with  Kidney .and Liver Complaints, and find Par-  melee'*3 Pills tlie best medicine for these di-  Bcasos. Those pills do not cause pain or  griping, and should be used when a cuthattio  Fs required. They arc Gelatine Coated, and  rolled in tho flour of Licorico to preset-re  their purity, and givo them a pleasant, agreo-  ablo taste.  ���"hon,  Htalt'd  '!"  teii���,�����u,h >d7H��"*4?"i��St  TORONTO, Oatai'Jc  Tho  not  man who boasts of being ttble  v.JI every word correctly may  >��� much good at anything else.  ���   "���'^.���: .."���. ���-,":'��� '������'���   ���;.���'."     "  MTVwl,  CU''ed   of Painf��l  Goitre  by  MINAItD-s LINIMENT.  There are sevetal large factories  in the United States devoted to the'  manufacture  of rose 'water.  S. S.   Mario, Owen  Sou'id,  Toronto  tuidEAS*, Via L'lUes,   Mon., Thurs  Tues ,Pii.and Sun.....    Montreal, Toronto,   New  York, nud  east, via all rail, daily   Uat    Porhigc    and'   intermediate  points; Mon., Wed. &Fr: ���;..  Tue;.,Tlmrs. tottiu   Rat    Por!:i?e    ond     bitermediate  ��� paints. Tuej.,*l1b,--i-s, ami Sat   Mo3..,Wid. a.:d Fri   JIo.om.Lnc Pnijonnet and   lnter-  inc-'iialo Points. Thr.rs only   Portage la Pr.iirie, Brandon, Calgary}  Xclsou and nU liootear.y and Coast  points, daiix   Portage hi I'l.drlo, Dr.*v.idoii, and in-  tc-i!ii.'diate points, daily ex Snn....  FVirlagi* in  P.*.i vie, lirandon, 3Ioo-c-  jaiv :;naiatonnsUiaie -joints daily  ev Sunday���   fjhfl'toae, aoc'miw.i, MinueJosa and  intermediate polats, v-o ily ex' Sun.  3h \nlLakc. Yon-ton aud intcrmedi-  ?to noiiiis, Men., Wed. :*nd l<Yi ....  Tues. Than., and Sa'urJay   Itaiiiil   City,     liivnicta,    Minot.i.  T lies.. Tnura. and B-it   Mon., Wed. and fil   Mordan, Deldraiuo and interinedlace  points daily ex snn  Nipinka, Alnme'la nn& hue:mediate  iioints, Mon., Wc-d.. Thurs. & Sat  Me", Tues,, Tains and Fvi    Glonboro, Souvis,  and inlc.-mediatc  poiulfl.dnilv ox Sun   Na-iinka, Melita, Alameda and inter  mediate peinl-j,   Mon., Wed.,  in.  Tues., Thurs. and .Sat   I,ii->*isto,tio,lta-.ion.Areola and into'-  --���-O'l.ate u-oims,' Mo~i. \,'cd., Fri.  Turs., Thurs. and Sat   Frobysnirc, Itlrsh. Uicnfait,  ..-Csto-  van, Sat. -   Mon .- ; ���.���,*���  Grotna.St. Paul, Chicago daily  Stonewall. Tuclon-.Tues. Tl'.-irg, Sat  West Selkirk  Mon.M ed. | n  West Selkli'li Tues  Tmivs, Sat  E*.ner?on. Mon, Wcdand^T^n  J. W. LEONARD,  Oca. Su',t  LV  11.50  >1,50  7.C0  14.ro  7.10  7.15  19.10  S.1-.  S.30  S.30  8.3.  r..;o  r.-io  7.30  7.30  7. SO  7.ro  11.10  12 2)  IS SO  '".n0  AH.  C.3C  6.31  13 00  12.30  1S.15  21.20  12.15  19.10  10 '  10.10  19.10  19.2)  l'}\20  1S.45  18.45  ���S.-J3  The' island of Formosa _ has only one  railway liue.   ���  Express trains in Russia do not as n  rule run over 22 miles an hour.  Read in round figures. liOO through passenger trains come into (he six passenger  stations of Chicago every day, leaving  40,000 strangers in die city.  All the trains that reach th" Now ^Orleans station, in the center of Paris, are  brought there by electric power in tunnels. This is considered'the ideal depot of  the twentieth century.  The "Stourbridge. Lion," imported from  England, was the first locomotive ,in,  ���America and was used by the Delaware1  and Hudson Canal company. Tho road  was IU miles in length and was opened in  1S29.  Other things being equal,1 the^forward  seats in a street or railway car are the  most healthful. The forward motion' of  the car causes a current of'air backward,  carrying with it the exhalations from the  lungs of those in the forward end.  ��� Four lines of railroad now cuter the  Mexican republic from the Uulred States,  aud one can make the journey in five  days from New York to the City of Mexico in a Pullman car on the regular trains,  with only one change, either at, Kansas  City or New Orleans.'  Patience���How selfish men are, aren't  they?    ��� ; c  ,   Patrice���What's''tho. matter now?  "Why, haven't you'noticed that before  a man gives a girl an engagement ring he  asks her for her hand ?"    .  "Certainly.'?,  "Well, he.docs that so .that he'll own  the baud that wears the ring. Can't you  see through that plain enough?"  1Q.45  13. ��  18.3C  10.0'  ir.ic  c. is. Mcpherson,  Gen. Pass. Agent.  Glowworms arc far more brilliant  just*, before an approaching storm  than at any other time.  .Clmthfim,  I  'J    BYAHD McMULLEN.  Ont.,,- ������.������'/. /-��� ,    ������������'���"  Mi,\AVi'(M.a llrcd   of ^mmation    by  ���*UflAUi)'S LINIMENT.  ���  1 wns cured of Facial Neuralgia by  ���MTNAlij  -ParkBdalo,  Ont.  rS LINIMENT.  J. II. BAILEY.  'tlie Vor    nn  J����Urnal  dcclar��-   that   Of  ti o   !'���� <?h��drcn of school age in  '000 nr    "I1 S"h001 board area.  30U--  "x. always absent  from  school.  oris !"Cnnt M��*-<*n8''hatla ycar  iy months and 20 days each.  Hiaari's Liniment Cures Dightheria.  ON THE WAY IIOJIE.  First  Little  Cirl���Oh,   you   told    a  lie.     You'll, go   to    hell     if you  tell  lies.''' ���  Second  Little  Girl���Hell ?    Where s  that ���?.'..���'���.. "  '���,'��� ������'Whh.t,  you a good Methodist, ulul  don't know where hell is'?"  "No, I 'don't. They don't teach  .geography in  our class."  At present there arc 110,000 Sunday schools In the .United Stiil.es,,  with 2,500,000 teachers, and 0.000,-  000 pupils/  THE CANABHI MIHERI EI. CO  Stations an-i> D.vvs.  Leave [ Leave  Going , Going  South.  $100 Reward, $100  Tho readers of this paper will jw P'^Xlaae  ledrn tlwt thero is at learnt one dreaded dlscasi  tb5 IStnco has been abteto cure h|.nil M*  frtAffoa, and thai Is Catarrh, Hall's 0��tni'j)i  Ou��TlVthe only pes tlve. cure known -to the  modlcal fraternity. Catarrh b��Jiir a oonstItt ���  tlonul dUeivae, requires a oonstitutlotml tue-  meiit Hall'B ,/CulBrrh -Curo i�� t*fe��n lB��ern��Uj  aotlritr di.eotly upon the blood end mucous ear.  faces of the System, ihereby. ���}��*&*���ng.t*':  LttSnaat.onottfIedt1ease,and��.a  .    The pro  _   Iks curative  One hundred dollo.r�� for  Sead   for   list of  as-JeiUtTiiff nature In doing Its  work-    ����� ����-<>  prlotors have ,90   mucli. fatin u  poworn, that they i-fl'or  any case that It tail* to  ���tidrSl^lT. J. CHKNEV ft CO., Tol do. C  Sold i'V Druggist**, 76c.  Hairs FMnlfi^PiUs aro the best.  A German doctor finds that only  iu one case out of 15 are both eyes  in good condition.  Loavo from   Canadian  Northern depot���  Winnipeg <.o JCon-is.li.rn  cr?on.St. I'.utl otcdly lS.-in  5t Paul    to    l>.ers-,u  Morris, Winnipi S *-hy  W'iu-.iipeg    ;o   lU'liiid  Miami.T.el nont.llarl-  ney & bi-.uidou, Jton.,  Wod awl l-i'l-    -   ;  -  10.-15  Brandon, Harfcnoy: Uel-  uioht.jilianii, Kidnud,  to Winnineg,   Tues.,  ��� Thurs and Sat.    -   -���  tVlnui-egto Portm'Okv  P.  ana   interniediate  ' s.'ntions,daily e.c Sttn.  Portogo la V. and ititer-  mfedit'to  ..stations ��� t'..,...  ' Winnipeg dly cs Su-1. 1S.30  Winnipeg to stations on  Ueavcrana Doltn. ora:i  eheSj-Tues. and Thurs  Btiaver and Delta hr'cli  stations, to Winnipeg  .Tues. and Thurs.    -      11.55  Winnipeg to Portusela  l'-.tfladstone.   -   -   -  1C30  Dauphin,    etc.,.- JMon.  WC(L and Fri.     -,  Dauphin..Gladstone. P."  la Prairie, Winnipeg  Tues-, TIiuts. &   ti~\t.  iN'inniocg to  W'p'gosis.  Tues- and Tlmrs,   -   -  SVinnipcgosi^   to   Wpg  Mon. nndPrl. ...:...'.  Winnipeg      to   Grand  "View, Mon. and  Fri.  3raudvie\v to   Wpg  Tues. and Sat   Dauphin' to    VV'p'gosis  and rotttrn, Sat.......  Daunhin to Swan Juver  & 'Kln-obd, Wed.....'.  " '   " liiver  North.  20.0U  Elwood to Sw.m itlver  &Datiphin,Fn......  benvo from G- P. dopot  WiuiilpeK  -toAVarroaa  Beaiuletto and intoiv  mediate fit.aflous.Mon,  "Wed., and Pn. ......  Bcaudotte, V/iii-ro.uJ,etc.  to  Winnipeg,    lues.,  Thurs. andSjrfc. ^^-:_  13.00'  n.45  9-.li  9.15  0.15  5.0'  1110  9.C0  S.03 ':  S.01  S.00  s.co  S.0J  c.oo, '  ���IM)  6.0.)  Avrivi  7.15  ly.'JO  .S.13  10.3)  10. E5  2)..!5  14.2c:  20.J5  1C.00  20.45  C0.45  20.45  10.15  19.15  12.C0  fi.00  1S.S0  ai.35  IS. 20  Bnnnnns In Honflnrns,  "Bananas aud plantains." writes a  Honduras correspondent of t-.e Boston  Herald, "are of course grown almost everywhere, and while in camp it was ,my  custom to purchase bananas for our party. And such bananas, of red or yellow  variety, just as we might select, but in  every case large bunches almost as high  as a man and weighing over ,100 pounds  each!  "One of the many purchased was of  the red variety and contained by actual  rcount 262 bananas and was over 5 feet in  height. Some of the bananas measured  OV-i inches long and 0 inches round. They  were brought from the plantation of an  Indian, who traveled with the bunch on  his back and held to his head by a leather  strap. He crossed the Chiquilla river five  times, and his price for this bunch was P*  cents in our money.  "Our custom was to eat raw when ripe  or fry them. Qur cook's way of preparing them was to roll them in flour so aa  to avoid their stickiug to the pan."^  A paper in' a western  town  wants to.  {���now  what they shall  do  when "doctors  disagree.    For gracious' sake!    naven|t  you any undertakers out there?  Bill���When a man is in.debt, I think  he ought to try to get out.       ,      t'  -3ill���Do you mean out of debt or out of  town?  "Now that wireless telegraphy, is an assured success," remarked the observer of  events and things, "what'we want- ia  wicketless croquet."*-Yonkers Statesman.  There never was, and never will be, &  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ilia  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 the system of the patient���  what would relieve^ one ill in turn would aggravate the other! We have, however, in  .Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a'remedy for many and  grievous ills.' By its gradual and judicious  use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of h'.tere=t in life is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound aud refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to the action of the blood, which,'being  stimulated, courses throughout the veins,  strengthening the hea.thy animal functions  of the system, thereby making activity a  necessary result., strengthening the frame,  and giving life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Nordirop <fc Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quini-nc Wine at the,usual rate, and,  gauged by the opinion of scientists, this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   All druggists sell it.  ,    '       Under tlio  Union  J*u-k.  British lifeboats save, on aa average,   550 lives a  year.  On an average nine per cent, of an  army in the field are constantly in  hospital.  Ireland sends to England yearly  200,000 pigs. 56,000 cattle and  120,000  sheep. ��������� .      ,  A factory at Port. Dundas, near  GiasRow. has a chimney 50 feet higher   than   at.   Paul's   cross.  Only SO.331 British subjects out  of the 700,000 who died last year  had anything to leave by will.  By tho "Australian naval force  act," passed in 3S67, a fleet of live  fast cruisers -*.nd' iwo torpedo gun  boats was equipped for service in  Australian   seas.  Tlte  Meanest   Man   Gets   Hid   ot  His  Medal at LsiMt.  The sallow, dyspeptic looking man who  .was sitting in un end seat' in the crowded  car on the Wentworth avenue line, with  his body slewed around to the left, ona  leg crossed over the other, his elbow on  the back of the seat and his chin resting  on his hand, occupied nearly twice the  space to. which he was entitled, but he  peemed to sec rib good reason ,for changing his position. . '  Impervious   to   the   angry   stares   of  standing passengers'and the ill concealed  resllessuoss  and impatience of the man  sittin*; nojkt to him, he held his territory  and refused to concede an inch.  At (be; . ,.id of a bad nuafrer of an hour  the man next to him���a man with a  hunted look in his eye���turned and spoke.  ''Look here," he said,' "for 15 minutes  or more you'to been digging your kneo  into uiy Iqs, boring my shoulder with your  elbow, and breathing in mj- face." J  ' "Well, what are j-ou going to do about  it?" insolently asked the monopolist.  "I'll tell you pretty sdpn what I'm  going to do about it. I stood it all without a kick.   I, didn't make any fuss when  ��� the etlcre of your straw hat  rasped'my  neck.   But When   you   began  to   whistle'  'Gobgoo Eyes'���and  to whistle,it wrong  and out of tunc, too���it was more than'J  ���  could sto'ud.   It was more than anybody  but an ossified man could stand.    I don't.  know your name,, but I know who yon  sire, all right.   Now listen to me." ,'���  ��� With  a  sudden   shove  he  turned  the  other partially around:  "Listen, to   me,"   he  repeated.   '<,"L���fls. ,  than a week ago I was'walking, along a  public street in this town; ,not molesting  anybody,   not   punching   my   elbow,'into  anybody',3 shoulder, not digging my knee   ,  into   anybody's   leg,   not   breathing   into  anybody's face aud  not whistling' 'Goo-  goo Eyes' into anybody's ears,  when s  total' stranger   stepped   up   to   me   and ���  handed me a medal for being the meanest  man in Chicago.    What do you think I  had  been doing?     Nothing  but walking  in the little strip of shade on the left side"  of the walk!    He said  he had  been in- '  structcd liy some darned fool club he was(.  a  meuih'ei* of to' give that medal  to the '  meanest   man   in   Chicago,'* and   he  had  found him.    I've got that medal with me,  but  it doesn't  belong  to   me  any  more.  I've found  a blame'd  sight meaner mac  than I am.    I haven't had a peaceful mo-'  meat since I got it. and I am glad to, get'  ,rid of it.    It is g.'ditg to pass into the possession'' of   its ".rightful   owner,   the   real'  'moanesr man in Chicago.    Here it is."  With   a 'quick   movement   he   thrust   a  galvanized iron disk.into the hand of the ���  monopolist and in one jump was off th��  ,'*ar.���Chicago Tribune.   ���  Hnarft Liniment Cures Distemper.  As soon as a woman begins to  dress "loud*, her manners' and con.  vcrsat'ton partake of the same character.  Bathing suits are always    modest,  although they may be shrinking.  OUT OP SOBTS���Symptoms, Headache,  loss of appetite, inrred tongue, and general  indisposition. These symptoms, if neglected, develop into acute disease. It is a trite  saying that "an ounce of prevention ia  woith a pound of curo," and a ��� little attention at this point may' stive months of sickness and largo doctor's bills. .For this com.  plaint take from two to three of Parmelee'a  Vegetable Pills on going to bed, and one or  two for three maht3 in succession, and a  cure will be effected.  >    ,   Economies ot the Flat.  The flat Is economical in other ways  than are involved in the solution of the  servant problem and the payment of'large  rents and gas bills.' They discourage fads  aud collections. No dweller in a flat can  accumulate pictures, books, coins, minerals, , postage stamps, children or porcelains, because there is no place to put  them. Therefore he puts his* money into  liis stomach and the bank. With the increase In flats has come tho disappearance of pianos and parlor organs, so that  people sometimes sleep o' nights, even in  flats. And where there is no room for  pianos it follows that there can be no  room for the wife's'.'mot her or the country  aunts and uncles or the nephews from  St. Louis.���Brobhlyn Eagle.  D.B.UANNA,  Gen. Sunt.  GEO. H. SHAW,  Traf. Mgr  Victor Hngro Proponed.  Adele, bolder and more curious than  Ticior (for she was a girl),'wanted to find  out what was the meaning of his silent  admiration.; .She^said: "I ,am sure you  have secrets! Have you not one .secret  greater than all?" Victor acknowledged  tlmt he had secrets and that one of them  was greater than all the rest. "Just lik<*  me!" cried" Adele.' "Well, come now, tell  me your greatest .secret, and 1 will tell  you mine." "My great secret," Victor replied, "is that I love you."/ "And my  great secret is that I love you " said  Adele,  like an echo,- ,  -THE PUBLIC should bear in mind  that Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrio Oil has nothing in common with the, impure, deteriorating blass of so-called medicinal oils.  It is eminently pure and really efficacious  ���relieving pain, and'lameness, stiffness  ot the joints and muscles, and sores or  hurts, besides boing an excellent specific -  for rheumatism, coughs and bronchial  complaints.  The imprudent man reflects , on  ���what he said and the prudent man  on what he is going^ to say.  When a boy begins to wash his  face .without being, told ho is passing through the ordeal of his first  love affair.  Minar^s Lmiment Cures Calls, Etc.  Occasions   do    not     make  a  man ;  they only show what there is in hini.  THE FEE WAS TEMPTING.  A young couple' in .Southwest  George called on a colored minister  and offered him a string of fish -to  marry them. Said the minister; "I  mighty positive that both er you is  too young tor marry, but den,':you:  looks a'liea'p' older deti what you is;  en -furder mo', , . dey is onet'irig I  wants partickler for ��� dinner dis day.  it  is fish'. , So ji'ne ban's-!"' '   '  Adam wasn't famous as a sprinter,  yet he -\vas first in the human  race.  .���''���It sometimes happens that a man's  hair is n- bit of fiction founded on  fact.  ���"���IHrtTMH *r'>l'tlWtMTt^-**W|M.I*,ll  One  Wh��  Enonifh.  "Was Gobang's marriage a success?"  "1   hardly think so.     1  heard  him say  the other day that he would never go to  the peuiteutiary  for bi^ptny."*  M-inard't LMmenf Cures Garget ia Cm..  BIG   STOCK   OF  J  Have you ever tried, the blessing of  a constant  thankfulness ?','Not  occasionally,   or when it suits' .you.    but;'.  every day, and all day long.'  ,   After a man  has  reached  he can scorn desire.  his  limit  AN  UP-TO-DATE    PIIO P OR A L.,  Tom-Do you believe in palmistry?  ��� Tom-Do, you 'believe in palmistry?  ��� May~y.cs,1  Tom���Civc me your hand and T will  tell you who your husband  will be..  May���With all  my  heart.  Davy Jones' looker is a combination  of Ibtffy. n ���ghost or sprite among West  India negroes, and Jones, a cunl.iae-tior.  of Jonah.  UBESSEDTO SLAY. ���  "My !���"   exclaimed  the  young  hian,  who   had  called   to  take her   out   in  his cutter.      "Fur. crip,    and   jacket !���  you're  dressed   to  kill.f"  "Not exactly,"   she  replied.   Merely  to sleigh."  MATERIAL-  Everything for the  ii        Printer.  ��a  ) fp*i*T*n  FOUNDRY  LIMITED.  175 OWEN ST., WINNIPEG  ,AA^VVV*VVV*tVVVi��AAA(^  W. N. U.  No. 3n7.  a Siloiiviiitj a  lloyie ISarlier,  The haldlii'nl."l man with foui da*  -rrov.-'h o  *; r'  '* f  ������������&!  (    i (% i   i  rj^if , '/.';f5  Mil, .-;   '*���'  Hi:  ''It  ;������:,  ti  ;'��.!! 'v \%i  ^.-ilf.'.'!:^  ��*^   t -, t. ��� *��� >.<������.  :*''rl.*i.  111*1  Kb  I ���lilt ���;  ! '*,l   .- I.   ,  f; f'n ���'--  p. iHv ',  I'1 yg" ' ��� ��� i >  ,f -lijf-,.-,  i-'ir:-  ^  r-< ...  I * P  -"I'll .  ;, v! '  :..%  ",-{.v ���',  ,k ;  i'a1 ,i  ���'.���IB!  jit  -1,!t  0".'  ���I ,-''  ',7"  ���jr:  1$  I  .   '! I I- -  I. !j*5'-*.*-  I, s J"    ,  Mil' ������  .Ill,  .���*rj  f lis  'l*t< ���  ml  ���i *&,  ���"li.13-  lis.  l,.fc'  ���f-s  Jl  , T.'J��  '���!fi  ' iiK  s  'ii'.-  If  ���a  si.  s' '  ��  l>  .'��  5,1  ���'i  I, ?  i '-ii  "'!'��'  .cl  jte  .1  t-  fl  'h o; besrii <>,i hi-* (''jj-i ^u'ern;:  ihe lur'oer's shop iu Moyfo thj-; wr!,  and -.-.it do'.vi: io'or.-,- .!'" tpc c. f-.,'.^.:<:  chairs. "'      "���' '  "Shave sir?''  "N'.)"' Qri��7i:leu I,." ii/u; in the ctiiiir.  ���I w.tnt to, Le t���ci;icrc-j   for ' a   euit of  clothe'';.'',,  "Th:j isn't & tuilor shop, sir.'"  ,.. i.,.i ia /ti  ''li's ii barber'1-; shop.','  "What work do you do in I his chop'.'1"  ''Shave men an;] cut their hair, sir."  "Do von think a man -vi'ii  ���>n Iji-t head wonid come i.ere  )iis hair em ?"  '"vVo, riir."  A   LITTLE   SONG   OF   MOPc  j-*--.'j ckies  c-liair v,;is .still  vacant.    The nexCdaA  no  nanil'   hiive j  I  ,   I've- batik-d ih-ot^h ^.cr-.,  "'","'   >; *���    ������.' hi^ht  T/   y1;''"4��;'*.,-'"Kl'-'"io:-Mji..- i-.j. a f. ither ?n  jii* 'ib^ni   ���  ,^.j.  i'y^. fj..-,lJr 7l,jt a fi.jrry nor ihe small-  -���1-5. aj;:..- diatres-=efl  Tjl' 3oJ ;?'':' s1*n�� t�� slimmer in the cradlc-  ���   oi tlir. \ve^t.  It always r.-e-m-d thai c-vr-n, with bs dark-  r.c-^:, an' il << dew,  T'r.nit'M font, a ho.., D' pygmies at,' ,hese  IMIo troubles grew  Tilt    like   fiullivor.   thev   bound   me.  an'  _   r   -��hen hope had nearly Rone  l  fell a peace come p tea ling through the  Kaitway of the dawn.  I've lain awake so troubled, an* a-tc-asln'  thrijugh the nigh';.  A-hopin'   r,i  bd Ruidf.d  .r> the      t]h  truth an' right, ���     '        <���  A-wrustlln- with my consalenca over some-  turn   I bod done,  Or,else a planum' duti^u with ihe risin' o'  the sun;  An'  I've conjur.;d ur> thp sorrows ihat it  seemed were sure to -fall '  Lpcti mo an' to ww p me in a sort o'.somber  "Then.prei.imin^nie to be   a   sane j But.theills have always vanished when the  ivm, but baldh-udoil. what would  vou , An'-,K^.cried:B��SOiie!  . An  a dream o peace cam-; stealing through  <ho"*jatewayoithoc1awn iiiJu^  n.itimil!\' supo-je I came j'oi?"  "For a s.h,ivc "'  ,  ������Then, why d.i* yqu   ask   ma  if  An' luLTY t0 *Tnne���. a��' to saints who  strive as well.   '     .   ,. .  your  ehait?   .\yliy   di.hvt   you' krt   to j *"��� !!$����� J^he V^ >*���� ���������:��������  work at  once?     If   .-ome   of   you   bar- J 'Uj' C?S wm w1P" the tear-drops from your  '.    . .V-..   "v*'10",-n_ ey\js awayv-- -,  .���toted a shave v. hen I tool; a coat  I  in  burs would eultivaie a habit ol" infei  ring from eaaily siLcevtnine*.] date,- instead developing sue:; v''Ot:d(ji*ful pen  vcrsalional powers, it "v-'onld be of  r.i.itenai aid in advancing yoi; i;; your  ohosen vccit'.ioi: and of cipemjnig your  profit*:.    Do you eoinpre'henij?"  " Ve-r, sir," rej)lie<!'the   man,, r.d   he;  In tran to laliior the cuotonier',s f.ioe   in /  - -tC,^ m- iG ^V1^"3 fliri-t beset you  tnioujfh the nijfht " -    '  *hall ate^lln stealth an:, banished, shall be  frownmff m  their .'item,      '  An the row will ,,* the'swe-tor for the  ills you've pndorgwje-   ���  When   tnar.   h,*ly   ,-,oar.fj,   comes    steallne  -lto'ipa"��VrC' S*,cv*y ot thedawh .g  the   panic experience,    lie reproached  himself, for not lin'J'ng-out more about  her���-iierhisp*-'. she was sick or had met  with n n tic-cidiT.t.   At any rate, she knew  his name and address���why didn't sh  at least drop him a line ?   Surely it wa  cruel to leave, him in sjjch uncerfuirm  He brooded over what mitrht. possibf  have happened to her, till his health he  gan. 1o iail. ,Uh never'thbught 1 he dail-  Avalk-  of a .few blo'cl;o could mean. b<  mueli t^him. ���  ������ ���  ,    ' *  Several we.->ks passed by and the cliai  still eoruinued \acanf. On the very dams two years was,up Joe remembered  that she had spoken of Oconbniowoc on,  day in connection witli her family. J[,.  would ask for a few davs* respite fron  1 work n'nd go up there. He had neve  asked for a vacation and thev surck  would not refuse hini. Besides, it. wa!  not far,J"rom Cliic.-ig-o aud many Chicagi  men went up Saturday nights to spem  Sunday'with their families'who wer.  stopping there. Anyhow, he ^auld g(  for the rest of the week���possibly h.  might see her or hear of her and" lb.  change would do hini good even if b,  AH  ile CuulfJ  !->"���  "Your boy is .simply a depraved boy  Mrs. Bronson," isaid the- physician.  'You need a docforof die t>oul, no1, on*,*  of my profession.*'       �� ,  ''I didu'|,kno\v, docrur,"i=aiu ihe tired  little woman, -'but what you might help  me a little, wii-h ad-vice."  "-lio,, mada'rn, Ihe only thing I can  prescribe for liim is 'a mixture of  strychrihje aari pru/isi.") acid.''.��� Bay  ru-Chat.     ..'             '-..,.  -��� ���*f*~���~-~rn-^m, m ,-,-r n  -FOR���  la2i'd so't  of  way.    And   he  never  even a.*ked him if he v/auted brilliat)-  tine on when the operation tvas pr;r:  formed. '    ,�� "       '       "  Vv'llMl '$(}  U'llld  H Vi'UtOJj.  It was two y6v,rs:T.",.".ea Joe Hentiey  aan tefr his hopi.-i'^^^uiet little Ohio  olyn ,to seek hi^ fQ.n-U's&'iu the west,  cor mvq yen^ cacli'l.?irjfjnff dav had  rfmii.TJ.im ai ),U 0^piu-A Iflr^mer-  ���MM\t: JlOi-rC !?l n.J.-;M*-, !!r Ufa) l.tvn  ffbtllllfiW hi pr'.'.iii'lf,,,:��� ,v-^lf!  didn't;  Tlio next morning,  itednesdaj-, b< \ n' ' J 9   m   '   i  started.   He eopld only be spWed.fo    GarpeilterS      TOOlS,  the rest of the week, but what migh ' *  not happen in four wjmje davs?   Whc*T  he arri\'ed at the depot of the pretty lit  tie Wisconsin, town he found him$el  nnxipusly   looking around, though h<'  condemned himself for ju("<������ foolishnes;  in doing bo���-wljy shqu]d,she b&aroum  the depot if sh'f. wa.s fi the town ?'  After he'"'had 'registered at-.ii hotel Ik  wandered  aimleh^ly   about  the down  admiring'tbe handsome houses and th<  bciMilifu! Isvj'n Jake-s/andWntol'iingflv  launclu-s, "iiildd wiik happy    camix*rs,  darting tq una in,. ��in the ahternoor-  he hired t* boat and tika to fish, bin  after a couple of hours: effort, wlier  only a couple gf sick]vrJooking dorfsl  reworded hia efTorts/he gove io up ii,  cJlstflial.'find" retnrn^TofliehoPM,' '    .  Builders'  Shelf and Heavy  Hcjwarape. Paints,  Oils and  "CltS^Tiui-mitiiliijr niul Plumbina  ,Mav"VB pi;,',p?;\r; lib'?:*!.  IT-i*^**"����n*i^a'. ��� '��� ""*"** *���   ~"  ���...��-_ -���������        i i**iiii|iiiiH-^ry J'<V"I*'f*yiji*i_..    ,-   _ _  I i Few Gentle Hfate,..  P\        '  , -' ��� '      r ��� '-    t '���.*���'*     *  The   summer  io   going, and  co  !i:;3  B  jQt ?; 0i.f >v-  summer good's, b'tifwo still Jiaye a Tew'! linos'"i:i ;- ^  dies' skirts and hlonses'that wo are of-ering' at coct Nl  Get one before they all ro.        ,' , ' J��a  And remeiiiber that our dry goods stock ia the Jan,, vf  est and Lest assorted in town. ' ���    ' <h  /���'..        s. ���  ��� p5  C��K*STS, come and see our .stock-of clothing, boolu ^  and shoes, spirts, ties,' collars, underwear. ' They 5  ���ire the linest in tho land, and prices and style cor- $  i-ect.''        '       ' ''���"''       *   ' ��� *    r       'd  Fresh groceries arrivingfovory  day at rod; bottom ?9  ,   , prices.       v-   ' ��� ��� ��� -     . .,        ,,       ,���   {%  i f^  A Little Stove Sensed... A  ���''������' ��� , $  Our stock is eompleto.^and cannot , ho "noalen for ^  quality'and prices. ' Conm and inspect and be con!- fj  vinced  '" '    \ ���   '   'fit  '     "  ���   ��� ' '        , ^  And, say; We have all kinds, quality nud prices in S  furniture.    Fresh carload just, arrived. " "       ������   jsl  AGTONT-FOR HAMILTON POWDER CO.  C-33-B-  V  FTORKS AT CHANl"fROOK  A'ND* MOYIJ3.  ��� ������I.. ������ ,    ���  .   ft -      -r -   i       -. ~"        '   " '        ' '  MMHMau^ueUU  ^��^***��wg***8*|!��*a��aa  ���  spring id   kept   tight  for some  hours,  ' and.is gradually relumed during' the remainder   uf'tlie 2-j, says   the   London  Express..    Thus  by   winding  in    the  . morning you   have   tho .spring   tight  during the day and while  you,, am  on  the move; and   at   nighl;   when   the  spring ii comparatively   relaxed, you  years*���lonesome* two years they were  tlie more lonesome, perhaps, because he  had never been away from home <mr]  iroong s{.rangers before. '  ��� Whoa he fir-iT eaniV. to "Chicago the  world's fair and .or^-f attractions made  the city a wo;idc-.rf.u.I .pi'ace for the coun-  :vy boy, but thesw sooa paled or passed  iway, and thp ilone-li^e--iE. settled upon  :va.oh rernriinv-iuite stilh, V0, seej j i^^?^* **�����*"��� - -  the cJitniced ��ir-j that, if, you allow ihe ��� For a time he/it-tended church, as ha'd  ipring to b'b' relaxed during the day j Jeeri lhis h*nbi<'' at home, but they were  your watch will not keep -suuh uood I ���Ch ]&Ige Place- a��'l ��m eongrega-  lloia B,h wheui., ,0�� wiml ,( ?mf | ^^^^���^  morniiig or every nij'it,   h.i   s,uie  yoii I  ���om" that he. finally got in the habit  do so at iei.illai*_ interval^   that   is   to  ,say, have ,i stated "tiniu for doing   &o  and slick to it.  WAX-IKU���TKUd-lfwOlJ^JJ V.UJiN A Nj) v.'O  3r staying: away. , ffo sorely missed his  'own acquaintances, tlie" companion-*  ui'P of his-sisters and brothers and ihe  orig-ht smile of, Cousin Fan, who use'tl  vo iwp in so unexpectedly and leave  snoli a \ohrme of sunshine Iwhind her  nen to tnirol and ndvcrtisb tor old established I .vhcii her father wbukl come to towti to  Hou.e o. solid /inaucial standing.   VaKuy.^ a {. 3o   his   marketing.      Th-    4��]!   v -^  yearandoxDsmsos.alluaiablcincaM..   Xocau-J ivliom some of "hi- 'fllmv ri-T, i  vu,lnSSquired.   Uivei-efonx^e, ami   onolo.se     ,'ted     nZ- t   V        - clerks associ-  Wlf nddRMcd stams-cd'em-ope.   Add-eis ����,n I ^'^th whom they tried to make  user, JJK Cnxion iihi,','./Chicn-,'o. a-i ^f"1 a' home' -"Jmeliow failed to fill the  , 1_.      v         ''"Dill.   Somehow it didn't seem right.for  'Koticc to i;ol(>i,��.ueiit Co-owner, | t]\c i'el,mTS to ffrccl .them on the'streut  'J'oJobCiihWilmsiiurKl.or  to   any  j.er on or!  lVjt,1'   uTr",?'1!"1' 'SjP'P  0n   th^ Moulder    '       '   ' ' 3nd a "TJollo, ICit, old girl, how you is?'  iK'iaon*-. to ti-homliu'iiniy  l;ii\-u  tmuhfetied  nteiviLiu the Jjton Atotnunni jiimeml claim,! Uul m sPite ��r ln-**T'-'?'"'lt ho f<*lt too much  >i.uiitcd tit the/..ot of .Moyie inky m ihe Fun ' Df an ���^���������'sion to them to enjov himself'  Mue'le.MinlDij division of tlie tli-tiie-t of Kusi ��� 51" make himself c-ntcrtainirur 'and  ICnotoiniy, 15. (,,. ��ud recorded in the rocordor'^ ' ;h'Opped thorn. , '"'''.  ...lieu oi tiic i"(,--[ fcUjL.iu MimiiB Dh imou. j     A f. last a change came���crarltrill v to  ��o���, ami cac-h of you, un* hereby notined thut    be   sure,   so   slowlv   that   .Too   3'Vdlv  layeexKndedtwohuimh-cddolhu-, in labor    knew there kad been  a eWe 1 Vint  ���mlimpro^mentsupon  the,above incmloin-d    was  bhere ���    For sever*i   ,ii   : ^ J  miucial claim in order,, to  hold  s*ud   mhior-i     w <i *1       Re^eral tlays the scat  .eluimunden-tbetH-ovisioiis.n-  the  mincial  ;[ct ! ^ OPI-)OR't0 ��ml ��f <he t-'i,1'J" in the  -eswiirant   where  Joe   ate   lunch  had  flinl if within ninety days from the date of iMs j , .   ,      *-������   -"-'^  ,J1!" boon, occupied by a modest-appearing  nonce you fail or refuhu 10 contribute youi  ]>0!O]*ortion of sucn expendilurus lo-je-lher u-ith  all cost** of mlvertisiii',', your iniereitb in ���-aid  claims will become tho j rope-ity of she hub  .sui-ibe-r uudur poe-lion-l of.au nc-t untitled "an  ;ie't lo amend tho Mineral Act 1000"  l-\.I. MfMAIIOX.  ;j.��...(l at .Mojie, V��� V. this 7th day nf Jnno l'JOl  S-lni.  A.ssc'ssment   work Contracts Taken.  'ir.le. woman, whoso longla.sb.es frin^d  die   darkest   of  blue eyes, and whW  ���i ightly   pouting   lipS     atltl     r0lind(Hl  'heeks glowed with the natural health  "Inch  can never be duplicated hv art  jorl wln'ch only, conntri,- air can'give  The next day she was in flic, same seat  j md the next and (l,e nexr. and Joe soon  i :ame to look fonvatd, unthinginglv to  | see the bright face of the unknown.  Parties willing io   have   assessmen ' <hl}: tbo o1iair wos vacant, and  work done on   claim* in ihe vHuhv o i mo,' ^ '''' '?"' 0t tlcGp ''^^PPoiiH-  M     .        ...  . ..      ���= M11U> �� l mcilt' kn<-lw why it was he looked for-  ^I"i ic will do well to ro.K-ult o:    writ, j ward ��o eagerly to, th�� nnondav meal,  the    utide'.vsiguud    for   terms.       Worl. ���' ril.�� T'��-x.'' *'oor<*"hne he took particular  I    M'llTlt.'     n'l tli      1- !..      -4 _ ��� -i   . i i    l  e"H in myc.ru will   1>0    nroni.jllv   \t   ! pai!ls wilh 'his 1ail01' and w's t;�� '-'"  1    -1 i oaticnt that  tended   to,   nrul  Jgibiranteed.  sati.-iactiun   will, b  f. X. SCOTT,  i ont.icnt. that  be was ar'The   fable five  j minutes   before   his accustomed   time.  , -5hc was nor. lh.->re, and his,Loan sank.  ���' A minute later il, hounded "again as he  1 -aw the well-known figure comj0g down  j   he aisle.    As she pulh-d back her* chair  (leahics.   ,-u-o para lory to  laking hor seal, sornc-  Niehul- I how or other. Joe ntn-,.|-r(i.i(/.]cn(^v ],ow  ���iJlO   i 1*' '.'"PPt'iied. the !,V },!,.<  PVPS fi,-tsho(]  T<J  rill*  )>K VF.  A rich lady t*tired of hcr  iind iidisfs, in the head by Di  .-on'j Ai'tificia! i'rir ilrums,  gave   T,v   ,  000 u, his Iustimu, ho that'dc.f IJt.opI0 I [��� L���^0' Fn,�� \]\ "��'.' h" w��" on  -,ibk to procure Ibe F ������ Drtin, may! This wn�� ,h, ���..,,.il,!li;;^,a;fl i( 1)e.  Have  tlHMu   fr.-r.    Address   No,   1 l.'^o ' rame <-usioni;.r'> io bov.-. 1,-itor lo sii side  The Nic1i('!m.*i Ir.slitiiio  Vvvcuk", New Yoik, Lr. .v..  Halcyon   ^l(,l Sp,���/,;-...  The niorl, cnmplelo health resoitou  ihe ''onlineiit of Xorth Amelia, Hit  tinted    m id.-1,   .scenery    mn iv.iiled   f-*i  and   was   most   ac-  7S0, Fi^ht!l| ">v m<i.' and talk dm :,.*.��� luncli, and. if  ,),"r pt'niiMliMl, (o .x.iik willi h-i-as far  ,s lh" Moiiii'Miock- building, wlioro she  ��as employed. I!,, j,,..,] vainly tried to  .1im*o\, r her name, i,lM w-he'n he har|  naively informed her Hint, ii was awkward to eall I���.r "Say." sbe had asked  inn  to call her simply :,]]..- Margaret,  u'r.mfliicr.     Tllli   II VkCVO\r     IIOV !*,,1,lin��r 1 ,Kl1 ,,lis "���.iswhal.slio u.-is mo^l'  m,|MVf.,   y      .      .    * '     '       ,,U|     /��MK'i!.lly   called    *>.^  bllvlAdb  S.ciitaimni,   lf.doyon   Jfo!    -u-lorm-d ii>.  oPiintjs, Aj/ow Lake, il.   (.'.     I!e,klen| '     'I his went on for sacral weeks and  ph.VMnau and nut,-e,     lloatii.;^ li.shin- '  r,)P ,ir"' ���t'''',��'-''aJ limes b.-en on the verge  *d asking (or ],er addre*., 1 i,.-,t ],e niitr)l('  .������ill, or asking lier I,, aeemnpanv him  -othfthealcr. bm.hel.r pi delavin^, lear-  ���n,K that In- migdi n.ip|.in-e iluvgrowiuir,  rrimulsbip and be .left again to liimself  and the lonosomonW:., of feeling that he  knew almost no one. >  One .noonlime. (a.nd Joe, will always  remember il) she was not, h, ]������,��� mccur-  tomed place,',alIho.ugh (he day before  she. had been s;,eeu!al ing what I ho. hill'  of fare u-o ii Id be. lie ,-,ie as slowly ,*�����  be could and s'p..r,1, J,lis whole imou hour  in the restaurant, but Avhcn he left the  -, -^.���j ..wk, Ji��<a oome m irom  tne surrounding country and were go-  mg. _ In the barber shop also there was  not-limg  talked.of but the circus.   I(  made him feel .quite r.t home to gee tlu  enthusiasm created by,the mere,fact oi'  a circus being in town.   How different  from Chicago, where nothing seemed tc  be able lo command,but passing interest., ' '   ��  Then lie remembered that at-home  everybody went to . the"- circus���wky  shouldn't .they do it kere?-<md perhaps she might.-be there,. He would <rC  to the circus. '   *  It was a little late when Joe reached  he  icui.   He Jiad not calculated    on  how many would be ahead of him for  the-single barber's'chair nor how Jon"  ir  would take irlie hotel bootblack to  put a. satisfactory gW on'his shoes.  ��� As he entered the tent he went down  (he open space to the ropes and slarlin*  at one end glanced as critically at each  face as the flickering of tho"gaso!ine  lamps  would allow.    Of a, sudden he i  stopped, riiTjbed his Qyes ancl   JoQj��Cil  agium,  les, surely that was Margaret,  looking fairer .arid more winsome than  jyer, appearing quite out of place amom-  the rustics who surrounded her���ancf.  v, onder of wonders, there was an em pi v |  scat  beside her.    "In a, matter of Urn I  minutes  Joe   had forced his'way   to  ' where she sat and found himself at her  ��� side    She appeared glad io see him and  Joe  felt supremely happy a.s explanations on both sides v.cre.being made-  (hough ke thought it strange that she-  assigned no reason for her sudden departure from Chicago.   ���    ,  -Ml things must have an end and tbe '  entertainment came to a. close.   Joe's  request to "see her home" had been accepted and he .seemed to be treading on  air as ho left ihe, tent with the little  hand resting 1 ightly on his arm. As the v  wore Hearing a .crossing and Joe wa-;  opening up the subject of carrvino- oi>  a correspondence a. woman's form came  under the light across the way.   Margaret half turned around  to go back  wiik a. "Gracious, there's   ma"'"     Joe  looked more closely ancl saw a middle-  aged woman with a detcrmined-look-  J"g face hurryipg toward them.   She  took- Margaret sharply by the arm and  drew her to one side as she said:  "I've  been   hunting  for vou  everv-  ^?r~��hat  ",0dc   y��u chan^. vour  **<--it.'    T\e  wonr-t  1 rouble this  youne-  man for his company any furlbor"-'-  ���viili a scathing look at Joe���"I'm  .ishamod of you, out with a voting man  am your wedding only three days off."  H .Kigladwhe,, l-Vank has you to look  ���nter instead of mo."    ,  -And as Margaret was being hurried  ���'^���'/ fi'oiri him across the slrcel, Joi  C-.night the gleam of the- ring on 1hc lib  ''���-��� ���and NiatwahHiiri-eptiliouslywaved  Uj him.���Chicago .Vcwr-.  The best of  accommodutions  for the 1 raveling public.  McMahon Bros.,'. Props.  BOOTS    AND,   SHOES  i     ��� i  Jiopaired ,ir,d Made to Order.  ���I  B.A. SMITH', ���   ' Moyie.  NEAK 'MAcE.10Jfi;i?.V & MACD0XALU5.  Wl].DEYLODCn3IsTC>. d-l,  .,  Meais1 pyery ?donday eyening in |,!mir  hull; on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited'.  F.I. Moore, A. D. Drumjiond,  Noble Grand.        "  ' , Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  KTO.^ 1.  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    members   -arej  cordially invited to attend. '   ' '  i  John McDoxalu,  President.  P. T. Smyth,  Secretary,i'  S. J  '.'WgiTOOMB  Moyie Board'of Trade  M ee ts o n (h e ii rs t Wed n est! ay ,  ���evening of each month at  , S'o'eloek sharp,  J'. P. Parkeix, Pte*5.  A. P. Macuoxald,    Lewis Tjioarsox,  Vice-JVes. Kcc'y.  - ,v, ssooEss'sona. to  M. Mclnnes & Co.  WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL  MEAT   ' MERCHANTS  Freeh and Cured Meats, 'Fr.esh  Fish, Game and Poultry. "Wo  supply' only t(h'e best. ' Your  trade solicited.  JfAUKETS   AT  At   all   the   Principal  Cities   and  Towns   in  British Columbia.  /CRANBROOK, B.C.  FOJt*  FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  House painter, grainer,  ��� glazier and paperhang'er.  All work on perfect snr-,  faccguranteod. Prices according io qualify, and  stock required  .     COUKTJIOVIE.  Ku/'lOOu.      ,  Meets on the last Thurs  thiyol e��cluno�� t 1:. V  iihi*,' bretlieni .invitorl  to attend.  I MERCHANT   TAILOR.  Fine ' Suiting^    Overcoating*  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.     "  MOYIE, '  ��� B. C  Moyie, B.  S. I. MOORE, C. It.       G. T. McGltKUOK? R. S.  OKAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  ,j Presbyterian     Church  SERVICES  Are held in McGregor hail each   Sabbath nt-11 a. m/and S p. m.1,  j     Sli*Jba.*'li   school ,"ai,d   jjastor'd   bible  I class at '.\ i^. m.  The public areJnvited   and   will   be  .JOSEl'JI MJSUEKSTAJRT, VroV.  Lager beer sold   by tho  Keg or ;doze��  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. .7.  Funeral Director  and '  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion  College oi   the * ' * "'^"^u   nn^wiu   ne --=   Uni.ecl States.    Upholding .-md gen-1 ^.��ed cordially to each and   all  of 6aU��to Order, Given Strict Atteil  eral   furniture  repairing.-   Oflico   and ��"""- *-'�����>  ^n^�� ��� ea mncc Allen  sjore, Aiken's   block,   near   Canadian  .Bank  of  Commerce.    Telegraph   and | =  mail orders promptly ^attended to.  0. B. GREIG,  Pastor.  tion  Crahbroolr.,  TO' BUFFALO.  fi  and cxcuiMonH. 'J'ok-gi.ipliic communication with all part.-; of th,,  wet Id. Two mads at rive IUK! depait  <la.!y. TcmiH, Jjilf) (o m .pur week  it^'ording to residence in hotel or  villas. Us batho cure all nervous and  macular diseases. K.s waters heal all  kidney,, diver and ,stomach troubles.  '���'.! buU-g and waters are ' an invalti-'  '������ i-eincdy for.)--ilver.aud-lead   poisun-  bawycr���You <���lv you f,aw theprison-  f,r*, my client, commit | be murder? Jb-  n/cmber, yuti arc ouvouroath. Mow do  yon know you s.-uv iiim?  U'HueK-s���J wim- him with my own  eyes.  I'pid you have on your .spectacles'.'"  i- never wear spectacles."  "You doil*i;?   1Tmv do ?.ou ]{i]ow yo(|  don (  need. il,e.m?   How do vou know  you don'i see incorrectly? Answer that  Did   you ever have your eves    examined?"  "Only once. I applied for a position  on a railroad, and was refused because I  could not. tell an olive-green zeph w-  from a, seargroen one."     :':���''    !,-������'���   "   '  '���Ah, ha! (lentlemen of the jury, the  witness admits that ho is c^lor blind,  and yet he stood up here and pcriui-ed  his ,soul (o injure my client, when hi--  own testimony '.show.s' be can't teil a  whito mart from a negro."���1ST. Y, Week- ' '  ]y> ��� '      j   - "  .     G* Hillier, Agent, Moyie.  ' ' ^ S- PA litis It, . "   . '   ���        ��� K. j. C(1)VLK)  j C1J0ICJC OF  ItOUTICS  j All Rail, Lakes, >Soo line  j ,  ;' Via. St. Paul and Chicago.  i  [Through Sleeping Car,1  [Kootenay Landing   to  Toronto. One change to  ��� ���������77 BUF^ALQ,'������'.���. 7    |  ���Apply'for Itut'os, Maps, Time Cftnl.s, Tickets nriil j  ���'" *''**U��'"on>utt.iou to Nearest Local  Agent,   ., ���" \  The^ Leading- Ladies '  and Mens Furnishers.  Clothing, Boots, ancl Shoes,  A, Full Stock of Minors' Supplies  Alwuj's on Maud.  Gail   and   Inspect Our   Goods.  Prices Given,  and : Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  PTsi, l'ass.  .Nolbbii,  A-l.  Ass't Gcn.Jl'nsH.' AkI.  ���v,  ll'nsH.-AKb j  Vnncovc*-. (  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING-  ���A LSQ���  Baooaok,     Express    axi>    Gknijk.m  J)elivei;v.  ?.-;- .MOYIE.,  .':'������ '      '���NOtlCC.-.'  Thin i�� tb.fioftiJy ���' th at '"������'\Vm / -'���.D.-iIIsih-  and tbe (lndcreighed have' dissolved  piirtlierslup and tbo. undersigned Ima  authority (o collect all 'account* duo  tho /inn of Ivennedy & Onllaa and will  piiy all billrt against the hhiiio.  '/-IS TIIOS. S. KENNEDY.  ,H *i*�� i .'IIIM


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