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 *y  SJ 1  urs  <"-     <ij>x ife'i   5k.  1^41111^ i#  r  H'l  if  It  j.-  i  >V.��  vis;  J "3  VOJ, 3, NQ,3-1:  MOYIE, B. C, DECEMBER 8,1900.  $2 A YEAR  Mi  -^   '.s.    .-i.    ���.k,--c#*.,-<A  4 Underwear  ts,  $  rj-d*  ft  'ft  �����^ ^���  Examine our stock  men's  mm  ti'nderwear  ",     "       '' "      "       " oil coals  ���      '*   '    "        " "    _     lop shirts  If tl II ti r    -,, .,  ���   iall suila  DRY POODS  Hoe   our large aF.sortrfi'entof' blanket*  ' ni((!i.r.\v.i!z  v.'r;>ppc ir.  fires 9 good-3  of carpet-}  tt  " Is uie*  i-  .   -(  1.  (.  II1TE1OE HIES HEI  Hon. llichard McBride  Visits Moyie,  SMOKEK IN HIS. HONOR  Board of Trade T-oofcert After  Him Bur-'  iiiR nig Stay In tlio City of  arioes.  'h  GKROCERIES, BOOTS ..AND   SHOES;  BUD; CAMPBELLS CO".  Hon Richard McBride, minister of,  mines, who is now making a tour of  the Kootenaya, stopped off at Moyie  y��':i5tcrd(iy and was given a smoker last  evening at the Kootenay hotel .under  thu auspices of the Moyie hoard .of  trade. Although the arrangements  0 ,"e��"�� hastily made the afl'.dr wis in  fy ! "Vftry way a aucceds and some SO per-  ty�� j sons look part.  . '  m Piewdeut, Farrell of tho board1" of  trade officiated a3 chairman aud ^. P.  Mucdouald as ' vice-chairman. A resolution was read by Secretary Thompson, setting forth the necessity ol  dividing the district  and   ia 'case   of  s  iv.dmMVimcTmwwmr&v**  Ti ���.  CANADIAN  New Bar for Central.  V. Desaulnier,. proprietor of the  Central hotel, always enterprising and  tip to date, is again making improvements in his hbstlery.', He is now put-  ling in the handsomest bar in East  Kootenay. It is 18 feet in length, aind  the back bar ie fitted with a .mirror of  the eame size. A partition ' to divide  the room is also made of ��� the. same  material as the bar, as is also the  office which is attached. ��� The bar.  partition and office attachment cost  between $1100 and $1200. Mr: Desaulnier   is  also having the   barroom  * 1 j  artistically papered and decorated.' F.  F. Pieper of Cranbrook' is doing the  work.  Board of Trade Mooting-,  The regular monthly meeting of the  Moyie board ,of trade was held at the  Kootouay hotel Wednesday evening.  Tlie:c was a good-attendance and the  intprett taken was greater than  Usual.  The, hoard decided to urge   tlie   110-',  ceseily of dividing the district  and  to  ask tliat the   government   offices   for  the  'Vi03tern .division   be   placed   at  Moyiu.      - ,  Thc liecee&ity of a bank for Moyie  was brought up and discussed, and it  was decided to, use every effort in se-  surin.T one.  such division lhe importance ol  put- odd Follows ��auco p.t Cranbrook  ':���� the government   offices   for   the The Odd Fellows of  Cranbropk  are  western divisian in Moyia.    '     -��� making" elaborate   arrangements  for  Mr. McBride   made 'a"neat speech, llleir gecond annuai ball which will be  BANK   OF  COIIEEB.^  o ��� \ 1  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000,  CRANBROOK BRANCH.:1 ��� ' ���' YW. H.  Iwolling    on   the   mining   industry.  t.  HfiR  I WW WW' llO"l��    I MMOflMimILt.  r-~\/~r\  I   1 7-dX  ��� ,      K. A. ^acKekzij?, Proprietor. ��   ���  fhe   Hotel for the. masses.   Evei'ything -First  ia .every; respect. ���   Sample Booms for  Commercial Hon.  mineral 'backing, and the  future oi the town. He,, promised to  id1 give tho matter of' the division of  the district his careful attention and  ii ho found that such a division was  necessary he would- use his beat efforts  in securing it,      &  Several tCa?ts were proposed and  responded to. There'were also musical selections by Mr. E. J. Cann and'  ethers 'and a song by Dr. Higgins.  Mr.   McErJide  left   for    Cranbrook  . today.  given on the evening of .January 1st.  The Craubrook Odd Fellov/ts' are"a jolly  lot of good fellows and ' they are  anxious to make this dance'one of the  leadi.ig aud social events of the season. In all probability 'there will be a  "good attendance of'M'oyie citizens as  the train' service is just right for such  an occasion. '-       ' .     '     .  Miriera' Union Dance".  The^first annual ball  of. the  Moyie  Miueis' Union which is to   take   place  neit    Thursday  evening   now ' givee  promise of being a grand affair.    The  large hall in'tbe nevp Morley- building  iviil be used,;.' and  Professors   Wilson  .md Mnrph'y. have   been   -mgaged   to"  dup-,  j .jessftil lhat tho m-.shVma. were  alno i per  ;viu   b-0   gerved   at   tho   ^^  dePiroifs of   czii'-iii:"-  t'-e  association,,;,,^.*.  rrotcctfvo Asaoctattots rorinefi.  For some time the hotel keepers  of  of Moyie have had a protective  associ  ation.   The a "  .cifio* gi y.ct io tire- | flJrh*sh ttfugjc for tbe oc5n'aion  mriA  ! ?o for thi? ijin pose .���, m. ctirig was hold I  ���4.:     " .   ,     ,v   �����     -   �����  ��� '    u'lthe cample ro'oms of  th.e  Central  jh'iUsn OoIumoia..|,JOleI1#I8tHaD(Iaj 3ftefnoon. TKoho.  {tel men were only  g\?.d to allow  the  ��**.jw^^T.fc���.*wiCTto��aMr^ate  iM.^��W.H.MII����W."l I ���    II mwini    nn  rr--,���������*������ .. .,.^.r*��. ara..  Karvej* Coir-lnij gierc. .  J. A. Harvoy'Cf Fort Steele'has made  arrangements  to vi.sit   Moy-e  once   a  I -j >��� ��� *<"; *&?. .sir. j,**, j/ff, ,*��. -mi.   ����y. ^_  ����. .-w, _v��, jv. Jtc .tr.rz'. -c��.'j_^". ^es-'. j.-jr*. yz". a!*- y^li i V*  nscrchanU to  como   i i   ;'.'3' il.i*-! length   to   tho   organization.  added   '<7etO:. and will   have   an "office   next  1 a* jjJ.    -���*.�� tf  DEXAVLXir-ZI,  hji.  Gar^c ��� F.'implc   room   :n  ("'-���vHH hn-jsc for cbniniercini men  ���[}   of nc;cornmod'a(io--i3,  connection  Best  ji  Headquarfors for Cdmmen'ciaj and Mining iVien,  ft  fk   Qt'EES  AVKKtJK,  ^^&<&^S^4i*^^^^^:j&4Si^i^i^S^'S^^'&^^^  ���     -        M0YIB, Tl. C  >-**-***i?'4l r**yyi-Trt��ir3��BfaWir��ii wwPt^^wW^miiiMiwi'MH^*  *'^i^Ui^ivSiSEciS^^S^^ ^l  ^-t**^*^^  S~*  jen  T<j do piatice^u thio line wo'would w.ial lhe ;vlr  M'IvCSj  paper to our  The  j'C'n-ition   A  k'novrn   r,?'   Ihe  '"/.(' {AFoyie Bj*-i;iC��P Meu'd Prop'clivo Ac--  jK ioci-itiou.   The members ox the 0'"g.t-  $  \ uization have what is knc.ru as a "black  W  i Hit."   If a doubtful character  runs  a  r.fa  \ bo.ifd bill with'u hotel or an  account  ^f? J with a  meichrm..  nnd then attempts  fh r| "run his face" with another hotel man  /j^  ior merchant without first settling his  /K    account, he is  placed ou  the   "black  ''""  list'" and refused'credit  until he first  settles his first account.   Another good  feature of the assooiatioii is this;   If a  ���nan who is boarding at a certain hotel  or dealing with u certain merchant attempts to havo his check cashed  with  another busiu'ojs nun, and if it iz suspected lhat ho ia attempting to  "do"  the other buainesa man thc cashing of  hiscliadk'is refused and ho is  referred  tv.ck to where ho bus boon dealing.  Tbe oiginiziition  seems to bo   permanent, and its membership embraces  ! nearly cw.ry hiis-i 11033 man lu town.  /ft  door fo Caen's book.store.    Mr. Harvey  j is solicitor for the Moyie townsite com-  pony and has large   interests   in   the  to w n. ^  15?S OrO Ileal.  The St. Eugene Consolidated Miu-  ing Co. has made what i> said to be  ihe largest oro deal in British Columbia. In this deal'Guggenheim Bros, of  Autofagasta', Chilli, have signed a contract to purohaso $1,0001000 worth of  ore per year.  SALLIEB IS Tl IM  He Has 200 Votes Over  Candidate Foley.  M'KANE IN  THE  EEAE  Moyio Gave Candidate ITolcy   101,, OJal-  MUer Nine and McKano  EJfflit.  . According to the latest reports, W.  A. Gailiher of Nelson is elected by.200  plurality oyer Foley and 500 over Candidate McKane.  Ia South East Kootenay  the  result  of. the vote is as follows:  Gailiher,McKane Foley  Fort Steele 37  Wardner   2  Cranbrook......70  Moyie ...A:    9  Kimberloy   2  Fernie 71  . 6  3  Michel   Elko /  60  ' 11  0  .    0  41  59  a.  101  2  ,    01  58 '  74  2  ���i  2  ��� 4.  Total,  206  173  313 ,  The vote in Rossiand . was: Gal-  laher. 223;, McKane, 287, Foley, 550.  Nelson: Gailiher 355, McKane; 2-13;  Foley, 255. Sandon: Gailiher, 30; McKane, 27; Foley, 178. Greenwood: Gailiher, 120; McKane, 53; Foley, 141- * ,  Foley had a walkover in Mfcyie,' receiving 101 votes to Gwlliher's 9, and  McKane'a 8,  X-wo Xovf J. F.vs.   ..   -,  cp. D'. Hope and A, T. Claris havo  becu appointed judtices of the peace  for South Sast Kootenay. The appointments are in every way satisfac-  tarr,  LOCAL  NEVVS���'    '  i  Mrs, Tope, who has heen ill with  lun'g trouble for several days;ia rapidly  improving.  Don't forget-Ret. G. B, Greig's entertainment in the Odd Fellowo' hall  next Friday evening.' "   JV  ��� At a meeting of the IrfJsteea ,o'f the  Movie school board Wednesday , evening it was decided to riot allow the  new acli'ool.house' to be used for public  meetings of a'n'ykin'd.  1   D. C. Drain, fireman at the   St.  Eugene compressor, ia on the eick lief.  . 'F..J. McMahon intends spending  Christmas at his home in Grand Fork's  Xorth Dakota';1    '     .        ,',.,:'  W. if. Dajby, chef at the M'oi'ie, ia  recovering from au attack   of quinsy,  A petition was circulated this  week ; leave  Moyie    iu    the  building of a Methodist church in  Moyie is now under consideration.  Thos. Mullaney, of Butte Mont., has  succeeded Aritone Sylva ad forrnan< at  the Lake Shore mine.  Hill & Co. are getting in a nice stock  of Christmas goods.    ^  Miss Hagerty and Mi=s Ingram  have moved their dressmaking parlors  from tho Lake Shore addition to the  Farfell block.  Contractor G. B. Leask of Cran*  brook was in town ..yesterd?.y.  The plans and specifications for tho  addition to the Kootenay hotel have  been drawn and work was begun this  morning. ^ .      '  Thos. Christian is eicuvafcinj. hie  lot on Victoria street, pregaratary to  erecting a 25x4.0 building.  Miss Jardine of Cranbrook will give'  a recital in the I. O. ,0. F hail on  Wednesday evening, December 19th,'  Tickets 50 cents.  i- Fred (Doc,) Pullman ruturned from  Spokane and llossland yesterday.  ( Several contractors air�� figuring on  a,hotel building for Wm. Mills, whieh  he intends erecting on liis lots on  Lake avenue in a short tiine.  Mrs. Mansfield left yesterday for  Fort Steele to join her husband.    -   ,  ii.      i    ���  Two nice reaideucecare bsing erected  on east Queens avenue;-one fpr P, J,  Cahill and the olhor for. Rev. W. G.  Mahon,  A two stoiy'bnildingis being erected  on Queens avenue near tbe Central  hotel. When completed ifc will be  used by A. H. Slinu as a bakery. ,  Miag Nellie Eagau was visiting with  ffioride in Cfaribrook abveral days this  week.  " The Morley block is well tinder way;  The large glass front is being  put  in  and the painters are  giving the  out-  sido its first coat.    It is tlits  intention  , i t  to have'tlie hall ready for tho Miners'  Union dance. '   ,  The Quadrille club gave a must sue:  cessful dance last night ia tho Odd  Fellows' hall, ' -  v    i      - -     ,*       -. ' -    /  E. L. 'Cardinal returned yesterday  from' a visit to., his"' old Eorno , nesJr  Montreal.'  E. ET. Galbrath of Fort, Steele wa��  horo 6'ri business this wee!:;  It Gocms'.not to be gcriei'.tlly known  ��>u't it ie a fact that   cfoso couriectiori  can   . be   made . at     Creaton    with  the Kootenay   Vallfiyra'ilv/ay.   Under  tho nor}      system     one, ���   can  wvnim^ iJ*..  p�������.�� *���*-* h����**j.i,^-��- "-^���< ���������  rtis  K'Sr pi'j'-t1-".  u.(:r.v:ih'   ;1!-'i y^,l!   x':i'^  oasy for you to see  '���V,:  ar*.-  only   to  gUl to .show our gcodi imui  !'1'." cnuned goods art- thi;*"  season  among thorn the Delhi, Hinicoe   and i-Leyif   bwiili,  Mackinaw Coats' ftr.c3* Pp-b ts  v''.:   have   got lo havo c'-o!hin_{, .\m\ where tr yi 'A, that  . .u  Yd  t;:o  I    V    >V y.'Tj C% Cy  11,262  11,262  ... 116  .. -ILG  asking  the   governmenr.   to   build   a  bridge accross  the   narrows   between  the two, lakes for ihe  accommodation  of those living on the wes6 side.    The  ocheme is r good one.  ,.       *        . . ,  For union made cigare aud the oest  of all kinds; go to  the  Cabinet  Cigar  Store. ���    ��� c .  rierity good, booka and magazines  at Mclutosh'e. He keeps them for  customers to read.  The champion solo player of the  world is wlwayd on shift at Mcintosh's.  How about that bos of cigaro you  lost on, the election? Better get 'then!  at Mcintosh's*  Mcintosh will have the best line of  smokers supplies for Xmas   that   will  nine o'clock and reach   Spotari  same evening at eight o'clpej:.  J. M. Lindsay received word this  morning of the death of his father in.  Mooeornin. Mr. Lindsay left for  Mootiomin on todays' train,  at  thc  be shown in Moyie.  B.uney     Johnston    tlepified  Oiynipia, vy ashiuglon, Thursday morn  :v  - umo **r -��  Hub  i'��iion,   /ou need not hesitate v. n wdl llud th-best judge? o:  -('thing.   Buy from us.  W1  oers and German ��o:&  ^'you are diesatisfiud with the rubber- you h-'ve utr t-i:yiuY n  you have not bdoir getting the v/.vr you .-.hmiMotit.ol then^, t.��|��  wc wonld sayY0 yoii try our rubber dopartment y<^ will ym-ui  it- the Maltosb Cross Brand.,  1 *^�� ^k��mmm w^^'��^ssM  .;���..>Tyj'.lUP*. L;UO0: N'olcc-i:.  ii the place to send for your Chri-it-  nuio prcsculs. ^Vo can supply you  vi:t\\ bi-autit'ul piesonts and at sory  ivi'.so;:.il<lo prices. A good watch ij a  su'iUWe Chri.3t.inia' gift "'-1. ^5a u'c  can giro you jjiypricea to suit any  punici :We can help, you out ia ycur  clnvico by scndiiiS you one of..pur, fine  watoh catalogues; every watch guaranteed A-1.  ���' ���   ���  ���  Patneaudo Bros.  . ,     A-l   ���       -a   .,;.,...,,.'  and    Manufacturing  A Reporter's Scoro  Eeen asked to drink ....:��� .  Drank _   Requested (b reliv.ct   Did  retract   Invited tc partio3 aud receptions  '  by parties I'f'hit-fr Tor p'tip-s   ."1,333  , Toole the hint  33 j    ^ Mc/urcs, East Kootonay's meat  j Piun'l- Uku thc bYl     3,300 J *,.;n��� ,va? jp t0,vu "Wednesday.  Threathoned to bs whipped   170;.    Ji'    ���,. . _,  : T.         , .���      , ,. I    5fn. Cntes i'Dturned Tuesday raorn-  I JJ.>i-r> -.vuippod 0 , . . J  I Whipped Iho oilier fellow  iJ=; mg from a six weoics pleasure   trip   to  I r,     ' ir/-1 Spokane, Seattle aud Portland.  Ran uw.iv   10b     l '  Notice to Creditor*.  ��Notice is herebj7" given   tliat   D.  Li  Betchen formerly jeweler ai Moyio .on  Nov. 3,1900 granted an assignment in  favor of his creditors.   All j>artle3 hav.'  ing claims against his estate and those  indebted to him will plcaso communicate with  ..    Lewis Thomson, N. P.  Moyi8 ll, 4., 1900.        ,    As3ignoe. ]  Watchmakers  Jswolcre.  WBLBO^B.'O.  F.ftcaaiked "what's the  news?'  Told   Didn't know   Lied about it   Dceu to  church ,  Changed politics   Expect to change otill   Gave to  charity.............  G.avo for   terrier dogs......'..,  Gnkl} on   ln.nd. ..,. .   .. ... .  ���'���-Exchange.      yy       --  30,000  ..... 23  200,000  99,077  2  ....  33  ....  50  .   $5.00  $25.00  . .YJ.00  ���Mijtal (Juotittloufj,    ,      y  . ,'  - New York,   Dec.   2S.~.Bar.,' stiver,  Oli"'cents,    Lead,   price   for   miners,  and smelters, $1.37 at the closo,    Copper,''brokers' price; $17.00.  ���Rcsidentail lots $125 for sale.  D. 'J. I'ltlJlOT;  yce  T. C. Smith, C. P. R. agent at  Moyie, has been transferred to Mcleod.  G. miliar of Fernie will move here  with, hia family an'l tako charge of the  oflice, ' _���..-���  A social party wa3 given al the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Walkins in tho  Farrell.bl.o.cU Thursday evening.  W. J. Tierney of Craubrook is again  a repident.;or Moyio. yy ,.    -���'. ';. '' ���  Fred Pieper of Cranbrook is here  doing the papering and decorating at  the Central, hotel. ��� .Mr.,.Pioper.intends  locating in Moyie in-tho near1 ffituro.  . Mrs. L. M. Mansfield., fi-as in Fort  Steels,the first o'fc the ti'ie 7/eek.  Rev. W. G. Mahon. was iu Kimbcrley  tliia week looking after tho building of  the new Methodist ehurclv there.    The  ���Pric0s"G*vefc  and   0"vdey$"  Taken oi?  B��erythliig ,  'm.tlie.Pmnting  Line at the"' '  .ri|  w��   B>. KXI  '���% ��    B  y ?s in  ���r.ll  i this  The  have  tary.  You  one  cted  tho  oves  ap-  iund  try  lada  'ime-  im-  i ��� hy  31u����  ack-  you  It  ��� iser  'our  "Do  io nt  ilti-  ;o.  aoS  Li  i.  ;uf-  md  ivas  avo  3D1]  tost  au-  uor  ���om  lit  ck,  . la  cs*  i,  i  coe,  ��  (.  . we:it    ���  '  'as not  cured          .  iaiijted  t>y all     '  U'S at  ritHin  inted  **.  r vou  r "'*  t and  Sent  no.  i'.  " r'7  'r  1  )  ,.      .  '   ,i,i  (lont  ���   ,!r  \  accl-  t  in-  li  as  ,  ar.���'  <&  'St  WW tfp  '���iff W.4i,|hrte-*:*'���.>'���.:  *y��'ii?SfKl*' ��� ...  ���5t5iK|gppy ,  ll     '  i����;l��Y  a��:5#PM-yjy  g<gaBMSM��tara>����giJ<ffl^  E*>AA-  ������.��34ffej��si-t,! ������'���,.''���:.  te*��fcfc'"  pill|iJiY:y  |iiiill;y.y'  ' A" 'A'      ,:  I'1" "-^A"    "**-'.   . "" .  *   ���    ''''A'"T '"7.y". * y ��� ;~y      '*���   'rr'-���Ti���'r'^-T���':���r-. ; ,-    in.u.   ��� , .,   ,.   .        .   ... -y���- - ;^t��� 7��� . '��� ���. ��� ii...M.��..wmri.r-'^n���rmT-.~nT.Kir w.1 ..iir.T..��rra<��r~."r~.���ZSyZZT" 'r "."_" yZLXLZZ^l~SZ  r.v/mJi-vJ&W^ Shaving   ParIor,MHE .Fl/fei    Oi^ib^   ���j .. ,��� r������_���|j .��� _      -���...zyry..^.'^'^jyf*~.-is."j,.  ^-.-=r=-.-^..i:troubled! as wot'! '::&sA women.;; ��� "ahdYall  biithed inU'heiinterest of tbo.peoplel^y tut., results .Y:t ylooYyof Appetite  ��� of Movie:,and East' Koote'iiay.r-.,:kyp��1S��^--.f 4 ;,��]e''.klo?^^y-b^^  . Y'-i'. YY.Y^^  A.\.i^X7rn-&i-Op.',  "PtiljUfihsrv.'  i run-down feeling,-"-But. ther?s';ud head  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  WKSl-Ef'C'LVNl-;   Ficou.  MOY:rE,  B. C.  IMI-E'B htUdd &  STATIONERV riTCRj?.  ��^rct.i; t-.s-iety o/  vsr  ���vi  A-H j.  ���<.�����  %55{St;|��IiV;:ly  ."EatS.-* orsrascjiipTioY  [iaywIiilrG^that^y.?;-' W;y Gardrf'ery D^ �� * -  ~ jldavi!!- Ind, eaVa:y J'^^c^t^j ^"-^^^^^^^b^JXMAS & MEW YEAR'S  .i K "l-i        "I     !*' '  t-!      f'**a,   P tv /���*������*>       ts, -* !'.-��    --,   ��.. _  2\    W.    I'��rrH,:r>.oi>r)ctor.  ft* "J.    rC   *,   .f  ,.**������     "  ,      54. V. .* a   " *  .A.,AAA    j:,at^3 OFSU.r.3,C51IPiIOK.       ;        ..    ���    >.���.--.,....  .;..:   ..;.-....:.���   y.-..:  ������..��� ���   ~r:ry. ,r ,T -y.": .    &n6w;iJ^ Hutchison;  '"/:���, '������:."   ; ' '���'���' "���    ' a'- .. '������������,. -' ���' ���' -'   *"lr^vrrtn..:t>A n-^tir-.-r e��i;i*/-i��Wii.tt  Y* -. ^-S- ,'^ii-. J ^J'. a ���*   ' 1  piifi|i|iy'  llYHfeyl?��*.:*''  ltei'.Kl*^CftS.-rt'.:':-  ���BATURDA^ yDEC'y':8i:i;9G()y :-��� ;1^^^^^fe^^|i^.^#:^ ,.  "''i-.:;j;pot^6.:yi;'can-nc^y..e^a^  y I'haye;a;newleaseyioriyylife;^, VOn!y'A:.50 j  ^--^2a.ieasiT...^ffitsE^=  BW'i'^fe.S'Kff'.*  |Y;g>p;^!MY7  yyAYnrynsyy'ihe^'^r^e'ntY  '.liumai2; 'Iif ear !i25;b$,00P.'" andy;:200  .���':y3hipa''haye\:be'eii;^  y'io^nd the north pole;.Ai/y-y-A-"//��������� ���';;^';'  ;ceut^;at ;'P/''ily;Tt^  Every bottle-gUarahteed*  iK^y-.'^itK"  ' ;.7'": y $$$ il ie Oohy'Pa ul'-^liar/llfeserted. his.  yy/pfeople^.aiif. m:safely:.out;;Of Jiann's.way  ��� Yiii,: Hollah d|- Agui ii aldoYsylstilE^tiiying.  'iy^itli his coun^  ���r.I)��t-:ing^^';the. be^st 'fight-po^sible^7::'yy  ���Mfftgy  (���:;.'.Th^'diyidi.rig^^pf.::-^  ���.,T ...,..,.., yKboJenay..district';:&rid'':the-''-0loca.^^  p^;.i|;|ffi;|| ;Ya^: : Y ���y|-*'(3-..gpvern,m'.e.n tvoflicbr? -1 or y the'; ���' we ter n  lii^&Siiii.^y'yAyY^i^^  yyyy ;;y-y; ;;rp TimiifyEAjs.������ A/AA; ;;'.yiy  ';yy^..rich;la^yycuredAAO*yAher  and 'noises in the;head; by DfyyKichol^  ���O00';y;t;d.y;;his:''yl^��tit^  people; "unable.:at^,yyproc^re'y tliey-Ear  7Driims;;rriay;;ha?e:;th      :fre6.;!: 'Address  Noy;W522 ^'^Th&y^ich  7S0fyyEighfe-.,yvAy^ue^!^ew^  $&M//$S/0?J$% /0/A: -h/i- hk ,y  Fire and Life assurance, Min-  ' Broker, Land ''Surveyer and  '  Conveyancer,    and    Kotary ���  Public.     ���  teave Orders ctj Leader   Otrice, aiOYriE.  ���This hotel is>ow open to the public, anttya well 'furn  fshed throughout, vTo:io but iho'baot bi��nds of 'vi-;-.-  liquorfi and cigare kept in stock.     <t  P, 5. HOPB,  FIItST   CLASS    ACCOMMODATIONS.  J   Eo GOSTIGAN, Ci; G.  Clieralst and Druggist.  moyie. B. C  MOVIE. ].  q'jricu:   Bank of Commerce Bldg,  m-mmK,*  -ffiio Only^dcy;'  |f,y-:y%||l||'v;yj  Hr-a    ;...-i'.-yr*--'i-r.":lc*:S*-f:t-'-afI i ���    ���  M-=,.fe%��fif|:' y:  mm^my  mm^mA'r  fji 'M.!K| iimii '''AL'  |'yl||>l If Vaa  mmM��':ii.y  fe,fsi!itr'*''v  lliilifYy  f^tep��*i.y ��ff j r^ i rN :;'y y ���  mm�� h&AAy  |��1?t::.,i"iiS?Vi'i. 5 i2.li? ���.'.,���':...  te[fe||l'!;Y3-:  ItsYiM;  i'y 'yyy'y :y. ���'.';^y,Y'T'';S^' Y:Y~.~Y'-��� "-*:���-' ���;.:��������� "Tije.b^^^  77,yyy:n<>w.seemlikely7to.o^  ^-'^y^^part.ofthocpm  =tlie7ciock:^^\-YYy'';y''7y^Y-vyy7y^A-  ;YYy Yy Tho'iiot^i^ee  YfeYMpyioareY^ ,.,,..,,..,,���,..,. . ......,,���...    ,,..,  ,,  " ���'':;::-yprgariiainiyAauy;;as��OW  .���-���.���-������'. ,' '.-. .-' .������-.-. ���������������������y--<-..y :���.-:     ���.������:���.���:"���:.������ :��� :������.'-*��� .���-���-.' ���: .:-������-' ������.'������������ :-^"-:. '���!������ - ;::. r-."*   .:y ..yi n*-/-. V��tr Yr^rt ki >i' Vi A "/il'.-i T vi-i ��'.'���! '-Ji:'-'4.Vi'Jl'A^l Li:^-: 'Z-'i'-J-A !'J.'C  CRANBROOK,  y;Ai538e^'��*dt?i-��ipprS''.Cota  Harvey    ��&   MeCarter.  FORrsrEELE.B. C  Harvoir, McCartor & Alozsutlor,  .;' ���;     " " ''"   '        FERNIE, B. C.  "\      ''  Barristers & Solicitors!  The Chamber of Mines  ���^mi���.^ -     "rni���nw  ^^^cobn^!ft.nia-th^  7Y';^he:hiismfes^ meii li'ii ve^^  "':yibiike{i-bf!.tl)is-:worthiesgl  y'/yy/AA^m^y/^^^ mr��meM.yy/Ah//y&  |An;|;e4itpr7pf:^|7C0un^  ff^~aattKtBiKBSKikcKmsaasiiv.-mm3mam  idiiii,  iJfti^Sils  YyiY'siuririiarried-'aiid     yrA.y\:r';'----^;'-y::--.���::,.-..,��������� .;.yt .'yy^Ai- 'aa" ,; ",. ybeJielaau7Mpyio;onX>ecejal3erl5tt)j��1900,iandnt  yiyt;:^iS:pa]ier,freeypf.^ ^jd^eefinB^tbfe;;;:fdllbvrt^  -y'y^'to'e very-maid'sn': wli^  LEWIS THOMSON.  y'il " y ���. ���    -  Yy ,   Notary Pubx.ic, Accoun  tant,   Commission    and  yy Insurance Agent. ^  ���S Money to Eoan. '   ���  fey-; jfe i;Mml j- yy-  Jir  yfl!Ii  m&s.yfp%-yi  pS.|:l{'|'v:.y  mmms  mm  p|py'  life  Moyie.  jB, i- G.  1I1II  li:-J:;  .;>':,-y..yjt.is^tp-lie-^  7;|y.f st store7iS; tb:'be'st;arled' a,t'"tlie:ySt.iyEu-;  %^|gerie;;niine"ls-uriti^  YryA|i5hinen;t'iitythefm  yy Y^0i;a.ted;7yv: by''y  Yyoproyerdgtrimeht  ���Ay the :merpl]ati tft .:��� of'-Mb^eiVsMi;; the-'nii no  :;y 7. ��� .2Y S77 w. il 1^ i a -'7^ |jn i le yof" :��� l-c>w hy ���'-yl li e y; jiiip p !v3>  yAleinjiioye^'paiYEecure:.'..wliihorit diMctil0  ;y7|;.yall7.their;;wares>;h^de^  ..._yY.W.Ami5ARNE��,;  yy7;^liiefvi;ieeiis&iiJSpect��r:;yy  ;W. F-. GURD,   '  yYy BAEKISXEK, SOLICITOR, ETC.  CRANBROOK,      . B�� G.  B. G. - Southern B. C. (Kootenays and Yale,)    ���  The Chamber'of mines wants thoroughly -reliable / correspondents in  every camp in thc districts of East  and West Koootenays, and' Yale, to  whom reasonable-compensation will be  paid for their services.  Correspondents will be expected lo  furnish the Chamber of Mines with all  development going on at . thev" mines,  the installation of 'Machinery, shipments of ore and ' valu, and generally  such news as will attractlhe'attention  of capitalists and cause them' t_o in*-  yestigate and invest. Applications' to  be addre'ssed to the   ���  CHAMBER OF MINES,  Southern British Columbia,  P. 0. Box 578."       TKOSSLAND, B. C  J0MJ\>ST0N, ^ BEOS.  to  s  'ii  ���A  I Thij3 Hotel is New and well Furnished   Tho 'i  ��    ' Xab^es/aiS :SuPPHe'<i with the Best th- 3  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S.  MILWAUERE BEER.'  HEADQUARTERS F<3R COMMKRCIAL .'I  AND MNIING MEN . .|  ���    ' ~    i       '* ~       .���'���..-'���  niUTxsir cou-in'i-   v-  ff\   illOIVK,  iPt��c*-iM^-J��y)rr.Mftuy-y (  i' is  H 0  sfiW ,       ���&���� 't"U3 ?��  ,���o-  .5  AS  fpi'Yfpsfe:  *&��:*���;-!$>�� -..,l,M|i4^li|.'t A-'^u:.:  l|&ftlS.vV mM%] y������������������'  |tes,.*;|i'A.:|ft||y.A,v ''.  |pM.!JSl^|S|ffly y  P*|.'f;l'.|^iSi��.::: y,.  fej.vfelM#8*tsfes,..'?��  ^|y;!;::;^^^ng;':'tho  Svl^f^P^'^^^t^dt;-;^  '3il4$$$i^  ���:^ Ytpjthpy sir: !hpt^  y7A7Ylipw.'. tha ty'hia'seaies Aamoun tedi Jto-T5  ;:,.;yykegsi;'|.Th.is:ls'aiiy^  ':y(';;^h^man's;;b:U!3ihess;>Iii^ iir  '/AMoyiey ancl it:isA ay^^afe'^^Ciiien-bn'^by  A'i/lyhich;;.'to'.:'j'ucjgo'"':yttioy. various I'Ytljer  :.YyJjra|nphes.pf"busines^  ;,.;yJ;Thp;following;:ieyYn'r fe  : 77. the .obituary���^r'dyC'e'.;or.fs:.,'c6h''!i'trv"';'uev.''k-'  ���y;-paper,;"publishp(i.uv^  y yr?ihe.;sariie::town ; YThe -p.. n;;_ 13:* iiilent y',  A,:';,t}i'e pffic.e:,'Jsci.,*.8prW.;IVffive''bV&ri'r.i';ud' ;y\vav  ;:"  ;tQ;re:3ty-' Tbe'���stii}��i6^6/''oryiTao:-n  iy'.-r y^deetheyerY^imolpiipar yw^iereoyce  ���';.;��� 7,7.U\e,.h'o'a.r6e';'yPice:ipf.:::the ' .yelling  YY^PJ^J/^L'^ha^  .yy, was.'woiit.tpyreajepundy'.yTha^'3l^.1Y.3  J;h.'3?��ysd::i.n.it9:.:ippt  YtWieTOi^ppsi-tion  .. A/yyi:iy-iiyyy9^p^Mi//'/0iA-iyiyyii.  7 'Kptic^is/fcerebyg^eiitliatyl; will A not ..from  thii^dafe hold.myseli:i^0ou6i^  tratted,by^my:hustaud,,.jbii'i.*, bill/yNeithe'f.yis'  ���������'tli;qi;4A.d'!;Jphu,-;/;SiU  .aeebTJiatG;;y.i;7A7: AAAy. .y"yyMi^y'A&^ide"DiIl.i;"A  :;Moy-ieyif6Y. .24',' 19tjpj-':"-' y'.'.;: 7 ������: A/-Ayi'//''i;A-��s2A:  A:';i'i'::--/y//yA'y(^jo^yy  ';.''^;c.i!ice..;is::hero^  . Q f'V^PyJ*; ?B ypi; yCoittra&tory^ttteri^:?30A^ays  ; i ft^^H *S'.a^P1^ i-d i tti e7ciii3f xoiB^issioper ��� 61,  Mii6s;and'.w6rt^  li|.ni,7ac^87.to';cttt;a-a  foHawyng tteseribedlandsA^  itfygf Moyie;afpresaicl," stowit:y The*:*gtmtfe?e��st;'  CQrue^p-^'yotsiiia  liiiiles^vest ofBiey l^eryead;;i.'pf;^ij^iif.':;Mo^d'  7ldkc:ftml;so.it6;a��7La*ub;iire(jt; tht3uce^30;c;haia.-  '^es^'ibeuce-20.-chiifns-northi-the'M^  yastytiteric't. 72b cbaiTC  ineucementycputaiaiiig .1.000 aoresor^hercJy.A  ���yy"' y: y'/^y-'Ayy^ y'yy;: ymalcolm :gkant,:a a  iroyie,24ttiNoyeiaber; 1300. ':A:y' Yy^'',\B;Si2:-'rY  ll  C P, HIGGINS,  Physician and^ Surgeon  y/i ,-    " OFFICE���FARRELL BLOCK.  MOYIE, ��� British Columbia.  \i/:.i\.yAAyA:yAAio'iAcz.A; Y7. y Y . YY'y  .Xotieois tsreby Yivon : thatvi,i' Thomas Hv'  ���1!>.!fa��.'^:4c^>.'^P.y'-Si.B..CiV.J"a  ;a��tei-*'ciai:* t-.o':Rpply ������' to tiloy ciilcf, cprfiiriissiouir  :Cf:1]ai*;dR| yilAeyiyio}: a sjic.cis 1': JicoBse-.'' uiidey  ���..laud acts toycut;o.udccoiiyejytimber'\air'the foi-,  lo->yiag deccjibecJ lands situatediii Aiis- yicitiiiy  'el. Jloyie.atorssain,Atowit: '7Xiie,: noiitheaut por-'  Ay. yo;;tlori*alil'laa.ds .fiysUuaLcaAbo^t'oue arid1  f ;1i2y^^h';14V'?':s''..:j'r?1^ :'^,a'': 'r*��t ���������' Bide  o��y:Upper  Sioyic .iRk^ijitrahe' upper   end' thereof;  thc-iiee  s6utll..l5Dyebai'n^;.. tbence'vrest ';S0 ..'chains...  .iiieric.ii'uprtb'.i^o'chaii.s^  to plaiie yf:ijonimenceiiieu'ty cb'ritainin^'.'.l.'OOO'  ft'cres..pr:tl3.eri*.,, A.'.y"y:,Y.';A",:,_ ���.'���. A .Ayy/y/--:  yh:AyA'. /:.: ::.i----:: yAnozzAsinYTSxsv./i'  ir.cyie',;2it��i Koveiiiber,;lo6o,yy ..   : "���' y *��%�����'.'���".>-���  YLAKE'  SHORE  /iyy/e  jyy ���   Barber Shop=  "a  .yy���'.��* * - 1  Cj.pposi��8   Cosmopoljten   J4oje!  Ya' W. Is. l-'OISY Prop,  ^Y-!:-: * f o < l  ||ST KOOTEfiaY'. BOTTLING CO.  yy. CRANBROOK, B   C,  Mjce%ie& Waters 'of  stysp '���*  y-a.  rj  l     1-  Orders Spiicifed.  Soda Water  and Syphens,  Bread delivered '  o to any part of the city.  {  PIES, CAKES AND ETC.  Always on Hand/'  u i  ' A.SLiHfT, Prop!  M,OYiE DAIRY.  Eresh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day., Satisfaction guranteed. .     ���   -���  Jilrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  FOE THE CHOICEST BRANDS OP  Clothing,   Gents5   '-Furnishings,'  .Boots^ Shoes, Hats,-Gloves, Etc.  COME AND SEE US.  c Vjctouia Avk., Movie, n.  , WM.'MILLS,-Proprietor.-.  Miners   headfjuartera.     Good   nccomraodaUoDS for  travelers.  'liquors vmd oimus kept in atoct.  �� ' .,    1     ��� ' ��� '   ��� , y  ft->-!  Lake-Shore Addition  MOYIE, B, ���('  ���^M��iiiaBjfcr^��M.a.CTjwa^��,*__j^ww)^^ ^^ ^. y> .  CLL AT THE  >inet  K'��3  Store  E=a5  >   T    '���   1      '* 2'tf ������' n ��"''��� "-'V"-"" "  . " .'*"-:������-"������' '    '" '" ' ';:1"' /  '"(   ���. '.        "   -    -"   '  .���, 0   At GT)Cli.;i' s. ".   "   ' " ���'"������"." "[  oluebottle.fir is Ovine' n tho rioii->rVliYy..r' ��� ^ a a   ��� ���';.  :   V' " V-: : ,:��� ";���: ������������ ;.*'    H.  4   '       YU1 ^tiU   ;   yotico.ls beroby g-ven tbatiyMicb^LShe^y,-  ���^o^/-ip|%oU.^yprinter>" ^  :   ... ,7;    -,'���:   SSS^S^^2SS2S2 . Y'-   'a���������':. ,| ^^-^-y^^'-c.to.iyTjpij' t.o.ytbe .'chief icbAimlssic-uer-J  '' " The fyArivy i\f \ii'/r, ':--y)^.y. A.- ���'���'.' V     I ���*?v1^^<i.s'^^i:1 ^"o^sfor a spoci'dJ.. liebuse under  luu ^W.>iB^g.:-&&pOrter   asks,   lana|et;to put:a-a;d;carry awiiy/timbw.oji', the  ���   J.I. McINTOSH, Prop.  Queek's Avekue. , MOYIE, B. C.  ****%*��� IWX^m ^  John !Brvden  ���- # >-  i?y5yriait��f p. in-  & ;'^#lttiy;'A ':-  !- YY^I-il     :'  I        -;. -.v.a yfjgii'.gi. "-.si , ��� ���  If A|.K'ilMjsi|y'  ���'   -lAA^mi; ���-'-���  .':tfer       5'"''  ���;f.I.f minipgy:a :parrnanent  industry?"  ������and theiVgoeayonyto' give.; Che  fpilow-'  followiug discilbecl lands, situated iii the. vicinity  o,i>itoyiiy afosoa-iiu, to^viti'.Tbe northeast corue,  ���poato? said fands is situated'.��� hbout y'tbree miies  ;nVr   tr-rtf ���  ��� "TvY   ..r,'Y.''   n,, ������ n       ���   ���   " '   '  * s ���lu *Raas Is s.^uatea iiboutytbree miies  ing ...;f*Ct&?. , Tn.8 ...year,-:-the;. Empire- ^estoi the lover aid of upper Moyie lalie' and  -..mine at G^rass Valley,.California, coni-Ynort"ri0f L��-Cib'.erj3,ek; theuce -.<i$o, chains'.west..."  : -pleted the fiftieth vear of its r-oi'fcmuY ^cuce2acl^Mso��thythenoe^S0.'pbain^ east,  ���W* ������,'-.; '.^'W  1 1 -c',-     : '��� ���/. A-ynce20cha-ns.-ubrth-to place Of coiunteiice-  ^  y/yttii-fyyii  1      "A,.fi��i'*'(*T|Aji  vxyyiyAi  :Jf.-.'-"_i/fe:..s,fi".*y ;r.;s  J-;ji':;i!?;Ui,..'.!,":'"S  i;i*��-'^YHi .  ���'������ *YYY'  ;-:"^ft?l"  ' , .^���.'fV^-.jj'.' ���'  -ifilf ���  :;y|lf^gyty  ���a:h!B$VY  ;.Y|iir.lpy  'yYYY->l'' '  ��� ��� yi-t::;yy. y.  y.m^kii'-  ' aY���-;���?J-.-y.. Y  >f iy  ���*iYiY'';i;;;  i;:yl *>*��>..'  y\^  OU3 and ;prolitabic operation; During  ���,;, that period 'it luis ���pr.pcl. ue'e'd 'spmb'thing.  .; 7pvor eight rraihiondoilarsworth of the  ;yellow metal,.which i-y. at the   rate   of.'  YF1GO,000 per year, sHKl'iffgLill, yielding  ,,; 1.at:a;hU.e'cor.si;;l3rably''iLbl.ipr. than   ilic  ��� ,^ver:i,��e.yof ; tiio   !i;i:f "century. .The'  .  .ruiTrYlvSslYe'n'"wwked to.  a dupth..  of  ' Ji,50() feet op the elope of the vein.  '  .'The year 1900 was.'. declared...��.:.,,  , of pence by tho Pope, who, w;u? not  . presented :u tb;*  peace .'conmreupe  the -IT 3 -uiy i\rnl during  the   year .'(he  y articles "fo UjeJ.x:;^u6 conference, were  signed'by al! tiie'grt-at powers. :l;ut  what do we tinii? The Chi'iniian world  alaughtenng'tl;o'.Chi!v--i^m,;n..Avpmeri'  ��� and children,"i.iv Chiny 'iTia' Ainer-  iuciiH,7b01.1ei.in;,' .of. i.liijij- constitution  ;|pd freecion;, hi ntin'y; the Philipineii  through their ��� n.'.'ii.vt* ��� iiiouuinii'is   for  ... refusing to havo �� foreign yokeytl/ined'  upon   their 'nechs;    And   .'lastly    Aa  A.t3F  A  Mimi  FOU FUJi'WlTWR-E   AMiD   COMPLETE' HOtf^  1 1  .      ���     Furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware/  .plotting-, and Groceries,  Gallon     \/  '' -  \ "tr g  -J 1  1*-    1  > ���.  A  9  *>-o<-  inonteoutaiKing 1,000 acre-* ortboreby;  ���.y: Y* ��� ���" ���'���' ��� '}ncHAKr.rSFnjADYi  iioyie, L'-tth Xoveniber, lWO;  ,   .  ,. . ���* a A3-31  .':.'. r  f.t  . .   ':'/������ .'.  . : NOTI.CjE'.y. ������..������''.    ".  ' ' .  Notice ,is be.-'2by,.given that I,  Philip   Jnir.cr;  CabiZJ. .of. Movie. T'l.y ('.,' n:evehD.nt,- iufehO.-;  ���tV..iuy (?,*>;-. .".fte'rilaic to w.pysJ \-1;.- thc chief coin-!  m.is'.Jo!ieiy<->r liy-ibr;;::;! y.-'oi!iy for iv-CocciaV j  HoeiiseAHKlc.'- Jain.* uiyyvvul. and enrry 'rw-hv j  limber ou '.n-vX-yiowiii;; .r.yicriyY-IwuJH Kitunted j  ���i'lfbe y'i.eiiiity'.o!" 'Moy-i; nf.H-Ohji.!, 1.0v.:it: TliY  iio.!-lb��ji:B!: i.'iinioi-.ti'oyl��� of k��U) InmlK Ui sitiiHtt.-ij  ('.bout (.wo tint! ou.t i'i.':'jf. rn:iT..".-'.\<'..::-;t .fivju. (h,. I  Ujipiir cri'l -i.f  :-,i,iir.f - oyie-  )-ike:  ibciice r.oufi.'l  ;NEIiSON,  B. C  BOOTS   -AND ' SHOES  :,\  Eopaired ai.d M.ido'to Order.  B,-A.'SMITH,       Moyie,  . ylTEXT DOOH '1C iiJ.ACKSMlTH .'MOP.  ^ycyiSy,AAi,c'.rV'e:ii At, chAnvy 1; eiice uortlj'.   s^^=��^=:;^��^r-.^,���~.^���j,TO���^  ^luciiii.ii.ifl, t.ii'uco.e:.!...!. io .nbiiiii.-,, .y,  ^j^ca'of ~   *  iias just received from tiio east  a largo assortment of new  Woolens, including, Scotch,  . . English and American suitings,  trowserings arid overcoatiuss,  and is in a position to offer tiifc  host satisfaction iu style and fit  towards his patrons. Call early  and inspect tho stock.  South Victoria St.,  Moyie,  li.  C.    i  UNION B ARBBB SHOP j  AlSTD I3ATH liOOAIS.  'i'.Ii. COLLINS, x'ropr.  Victoria Street. i\U) \ l ft, ti. (;.  Agent far  the  Hamilton   Powder  Company, and   Sherrin Williams' .Yin'*  We will be open for business in Moyio in a short time.  4si  i\J     Li  n  o'  0,  i:omt:ie-ueeL.<;i.M:it;    coii!n,l;il;iK   ������.!./,���.;;;>    acro���    ,;j  therely..'..  ���'   ;    WTlXhl'. ,IA MEo CAIt If,!.. -;  Moyi'Oj iMMv'T-'ov.'-J9'Xi.      a ';:.';.'".�����'���    ���  '���/- <-r-  1-yi.y. ,yy/-y a:  .'> /;���>'  -ft:  u  ���';   .���'���" "V. i;ot;ce, ������.��������� A.y  ������. Aotieo it-hc'Kbyo.;i.yi..a Ui.itT,A;H'iLii.;iyO;"'lCelivy �����  oi" Movie, B. C.; inteudsXliirty dfiys ;{fteivdate to ^  apply to tbe cliiet ooiuiriiKBiotiflr. oi  liiccls itui) L'!  ,1   H fc ~r''~i:CZ&>*n"  V-'oriy: !.>r :  to cut: en v'. Cf~:-ry ,'.. ,i.  tH'soribOi!'   bijidrl   -';  f  :)..!' uiH'e;:   Ifi-id.;' nets   to,  '���.iA.H:rob71.be l"cii"lViv.'lri;;   .t,  ,    i<::i  hi  tbo   yieiaity  oj I y  Myyjea:;v-':;--i7iyi07r"r:   yh-:  tM!.i(hen>-i, 'center 1$  greatest "Christian'  power   of. Earooe  yA<dya yyy Ay -u,,\.m-^ !h.yu;,Per cod i ^'  batting wiih .ho-raoAeli-UtianVeopIo^ FOTPr  in Africa, and gh^fully euuin,, khLrB | ^ ,9J ^ r:"'/ ^i   ^ '//i   n^   '&  (    ^V"! tU  throats, wmledie black Zulu applauds j tb-ee r^^o chain,;  tY i^'oY"'        '        ^ "   !'  them both. And . the rear of ��� peaec  terminates in ;i, reign of bloo'd.���Sil-  vertonian, '  ;jjuia'."jcc-  incut.yoHtpin:*!;; 1 ,'X'O fiovr..^ oi' tbereby,  ... A>raw:iy .Q'f.<.KLL\'.  Moyie,yii;h.Kov.��� 1900." ':' '   3-S2.  k  ii"  -v- -v  The Only huuse iti lYY SCootouy  heated tinougbout. with hofyir.  Fn-fji. clnad in every reypect. Bpeeial  ratesj 10 boardem. Good Gfnunle^ room  for commercial men.  European plan.   .Open;day.and- night  K..K.'S;��XA]i"jir. I'rop. ������'���     \ '   ���  '  ������jj'rrr* n-p  Are Viow Gpon and Ready ?Q'  Busins-ss "Wiulx a Full LYtc <  -.TV^.-J' 1-//AIN * -,*.*  Vi'ii ;ii"j; Invittd to injp-  FOB. JirlFS  J:  ���i-  1.'���  11  id  V-.? d&V,:J  m   1  .^  I  is  si  CRANBEOOK  b; 0.  L V-"  Af��jf)TRF^R"    :'   '"   ";  AA.jL^Jt/Ji.VJIliJSCSN-J  -'���'������NELSON.     ,  t> _���  J?.  Y"  i' '.*
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MOYIE,   B-    C.
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toy'j ' n"s nil light »•> let her buy
^'/•fov Un* .VJU11& ones, but don't
'''"V^lici- lit-Jr> }""» V'leh out your iictiici
T'i'.'r>-Ir"- 's;,•v■ '-"'• ,',l!ll:,'-,:'lls- Sh.-.
iiie "''- ■' ••"w" '""'" *>t°"' '" '"I.1. ;i
• t,ni.!ii''" I h-id'iuleir.iod invi'Minw
■al',,'»'>i;ti id « ^'■>in^c out nf business
1 j.]^. ,\viis afiiiid I wouldn't hm.w
,, jjwnl.- li""' c.utoii.,*••.> I aecom
,,': j]jc- in L'i-1 lier advice.  , •
^.il l.iiaN  vi'   iruuffrs   were  'wrest h-d
, '., ■"•!,. ciitniu I' for «»»«■ ■'■Ihh'.'iliuii.-uiJ
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;!hor, |,e<*:ui:,«' h!u-
tnai-crs tlial  <<*-l  .*l.lil   an,]
thu! fust $S.~>0.    Shi- didn't  like
iieciUM'   she   was   afraid' th<*v
i,„) dieiip. and slit"'didn't   like the
knew  they  were ton
I IID0!!'*','e-
I it I.)'!1- f",!(' d*'''''''''1 "l10" " l'illr -l,:lt
i * U'jit .mo nml look well on rue. It
| j-'ciiiMiliTtiblc fl«iiri«fr. Slif told the
|I"rcoii.ni'>'Jj**'«« ***nl«**iii»«n .llial she hud in'
IbTf « I'-dr <""' ll«',,.of which, would mar
t in'milv  of  the spavin   on   in.v . ri^Dl
Ifal. .iii J d,'1' 0(-*'tJr ll'K p^. which  would
' l(y the' kn'ockkiit-ed  tendency of my
: left l''r'.
jUct tlion she exclaimed: "'Oh.' I've
>a/n] \he diamond pin you.pnid SG5
'titi Jt rlipjieil i»U> the ley of that pair
j|n.i!it.--.'' ,       -      "
■■Heaven J" I ejaculated.' "Arc you sure
_ jiiiu't drop the diamond pin that  I
Mid JI-"» {ar'1"    And  then in an aside'
I* ber. wljilL' tlu* salesman  wns looking
tor it:'
"Gosh. girl,   don t  you   suppose   he'll
l.ltoir it's « "0 ce!lt «g«le when ho sees
;'*,}" <•     .. ' '-      '       ■
But about those pants. She picked out
jj. kiwi that I said I never would wear.
Bui r.lint could I do? ■' She told the man
tan-rap them up.' She.invited me to pay
for ilinri. I didn't want (hem,- but you
{__ bet J knew better than to make a
K«i.. in lhe store. If~if I was strong
Boiisli. I'd make her .wear them the rest
i! thc- fffip-in.
' hi foe if she'll let mc wear the new
trt3i«r< on Sunday: If shedoe<v. meet
ces! the corner «f Monroe; and Summit
-..*{«, lind you'll view just one pair of
trVInn-lost prints that ever panted.  ,
Bit if I get the chance I'm, going to'
il'piato them and wear them when I oil
tlflawn mower, rake the hack yard and
(Jria tho chimney.—O. I\. Schtmansky
r.t Kirn Aims & co.     "   -.----
Jk-ar Sir?.—A   few diys  ago  I  wn si
tU'ii   with a st;ver«    jiain  and  cori-
|ftctmn of tho cords of rny let?, and
ihd to b>-  taken   iioino   in   a  rig.      1
Ktilil not sb-ep for pain, sincl wa.s i:n-
tl'x to fun  my foot to  Uie floor.    A
friend    told   meLof your   'MIXAIID'S
L!XIMi:.\T'   and   one' hour  from   'tlu*
£/u iipphcatipn,  1  was able.-Lo walk
and tho jiain  entirely   disappeared.
, You ran use >ny name as_ freely as
jou like,  a.s   1   consider   it" the- best
ranedy 1  lia\e ever  used.
nUUSTOPirEIf CERRY.
lngrrsoll-,  (Jut.
I IK- husband thoiim.t i   w (I ,,   ,      °r'
f-'-Klerstaudii^t'tt \nuZtZh
»i«i:d, and so ], . ,.„.,.,.,.,, „ ,. ,rV,,     0lt
«'hoels aud asked*. ln""^tl!
"|hnv much fur iWo piettir's?"    -
I'dly cents," wa:-, f|... ,.,.,,,
"Vos."
"Will  we look nateraiv
"You will."
"Kin  I   stand   with  a  knifo In  _nv
1'and, a3 if ready to tackle a Ij'a."'      '
Ylou can."
"Kin the r.1,. v,omaii hev her i,ail(ia
H«.-l«'(l  and   hor' eyo,   rolled   up   |lkP'
ft-oiue ol them rich rolkg?"
"It s-he wants to."   '
"Am! yo'll take all the risks?"
"^Vhat risks do you mean?"
"Wmil, I hain't ptirly nor proud. i,u.
the ole woman is, und yo'll liev to take
a twist out of |,«.,. noKe .H!(] silort,.n
I't'i-ycliin a knetu. or she'll pit ,-lgI.t up
artt-r .seeiu the pieitn-' and l|s_..-(_n V(y
;";;■« «nHci.y on a Inter l.uK.   The last
•'-.ier luai was here only survived two
days   arter   tftkin   Ir.,*   pietui*',   iUid   I
l.inmjht It was* only stpiar to tell  vo'
'bout it."   ,
'The artist declined,to take the risks.
[ '.uul   the  man   picked  up  his cooiiskin
.'".tid went out, saying:
"Can't bl.-uiK* y0', stranger: can't
Ida me yo' a hit. Yo' don't want, to be
tore alFtu pieces and hev this wagin
wricked fur the sake of one eoouskln.
I'il gli the ole woiiian seven yards of
kalil-.i-r.'aiid she'll hev to'roll up hoi
eyes at,that and let'the plctur' go."
M. Quad.
Biekle'e Anti-Oonsumptive Syrup stand« at
the head of tlio lUffor nil diseases of tho
throat and .lungs. It acts liko magic"in
breaking up a cold. A com_h is soori subdued, tightncta of the chest is relieved, even'
the worst ea^e of coneumption is relieved,
while in recent cii^cs it may be paid'never to
fa".!. It"Ls a medicine prepand from the
active prir.cijiles br virluca of several medicinal herbs, and can be depended upoD for all
pulmonary complaints.
EYE   TROUBLE   WHICH DEVELOPED INTO RUNNING SORES.
„ (Kt'Clllr-K   It   Quiet;
"Do you really'love me, dolin?" »
"Awfully Katie!"
"How nice that is! But don't tell anybody, for the world!"
Pause of a few moments. c
"]>o   yon   really   and   truly   love   me,
John?" ''
, "To distraction, Katie!"
"Well, don't tell anybody—but uie!"-
Iliirrf   F'Iiicl-  to  Fill.
_ New Nurse—Please, ninhi. I can't do a
thing with the, baby. lie cries all the
tiiiH".    . ■ ■"
Mistress—Well. I declare! How stupid
of me! His other nurses ,\vere • colored
girls. You'll find some stove polish'in the
kitchen.- °,
Tr«uljle Over Wcll-i In Ind In.
Thu iiin-.ti.in of wells in India is conv
plk.'itcii hy the cfiexisftt'nce in each com-
ciiiiily of two castes—the purerllindoos
tti'l (Jonds r.n tho one hand, the weavers
cd iliv uihiT. ■  No   weaver   may   draw
i from the v.-i'!l of the  Hindoos lest it be
| defihil. hoi   will  the  Hindoo drink   from
th-l'-:rnl-> cr (lu- welt of a weaver.   Thus
it Iti-nii!'"-  necessary  either  to  dig  two
fells cr lo depute a certain  number of
'lw_ Hinduo  i li-im-ni   to   give   water   to
)!i(ir loss ixaltod fellow villagers.—Corn-
bil.
THE BRIGHTEST FLOWERS must"
lacbut young lives endnngered by severe
wnjlu and colds maybe preserved by Dr.
laomnts' Eelectric Oil. Croup, whooping-
^lji.bn nehitie—in short, all affections of
^throat and iungs aro relieved by this
>itwe preparation, which also remedies
nwmntic pain*., son s, bruises, piles, kid
.f-iculty, und is most economic.
Tr en's on.
"Did you hear about the riot in Berlin?" asked Cumso of Cawker.
"No.   What was it aboutV"
"A man in a theater orchestra tried to
play on a Fiouch limn, nnd the audit-net'
n.obbed him."—Detroit  l-'rec Press.
  Slow living and high  thinkim--' ••■ ill
ieves the drooping spirits of those with niakc   lH,MuI,   mi,n   than     hih   ,jvi
a a chronic stale of morbid  despond- tbinl-inn-
^..j i._i. ..* „ i.„.,,„ i;rn i. n ^ ennw antl   blow   ininiving.
Iney
H Cltl I HIM.
D'Auhcr—This is my portrait of Miss
;Nu'-o.\". just finished. What do you
tbink of it?
Iriend—Ah! Regular summer girl
f^* Rustic stat, white Ince gown
'nJ even a caterpillar on her clioek.
wf That's a great touch of realism.
D'AiilKT-CaterpillarY Stupid, that'a
6 diamond
earring.
Tl '
Sin ^)Vssin'1111 w'nr'metlal is
j","1 i ' w,,r decoration issued
*-f Un- Queen's   reign.
tne
i.'iit-
y Walt..,-
nut..,!,
t-.il
•Scott
nmde
was  -14   when   hi.-;
its     npjieat t'Tii't".
ley
i    "mrly   nil   tl-iose  stories     which
, '*' tnuferi-.d     lasting   fame   'upon
o! _fi.
composed     after     the  nge
''Rheumatism of tho face,
yu Acid left in the blood   ;       '
hy   disordered    kidneys      ,
lodges  along-   the   nerve
which branches from tho
eye over the forehead, and
across tho  check to the
«ida of  tho   nose.     Tha
cause is the same as in all
Rheumatism— disordered
Kidneys. The cure is lilce-
'   wiso the samo—
There never was, ,nhd never will be, a
universal panacea, in one rem. dy, for all ills
to which flith is heir—tho very nature of
many eunit.ve.- being such that were the
germs of oilier and' differently seated diseases rooted in tho system of tho patient—
what would relieve one ill in turn would ag-
{rritvate tho oth,-r. We have, however, in
Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,
unadulterated state, a remedy for many and
grievous ilia. By its gradual and judicious
ui?e.the frailest systems are led into convalescence and i-trcngth by the influence which
Quinine everts en nature's own restoratives
It re
whom   - .       ,.-
ency and lack of n lere,-t m hfo is a disease,
and, by trmiquiliziDg the nerves, disposes to
-ound and refro-hing sleep— imparts vigor
to the action of the blood, which, being
stimulated, courses throughout tho veins,
strengthening iho hea.thy animal functions
of tho svstt-m, thereby making activity a
necessary result, strengthening the frame,
and giving lifo to the digestive organs, which
naturally demand increased substance—result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,
of Toronto have given to, the public their
superior Quinine Wine at tlie usual rate, arid,
gauged by tho opinion of scientists, this
wine approaches nearest perfection of any in
tbe market.   All druggists soil it.
A  FAMOUS  LIGHTHOUSE.     .
TMlnuioolt Roc-1:. ot the Month of the
Columbia   Hlvi-r.
Tho most famous lighthouse on the
Pacific coast is that of Tillamook rock,
70 miles south o( the mouth of the Co-
■Iuiiil)l:i  riu-r.  Oregon.    The rock is 1)2
f,c-t above the si-a. yet at the time Mr.
I „r,_  made one ol'  Ids  photographs a
v..,vo was luvuking through a.crevasse
aril"limlin^ Ms spray higher than the
summit,   (in this day it was too rough
for  the  Columbine's  boat   to  make  a
landing.   Coal for 1 la'station had to be
hoisted  ln„net slings,  and  the keepei
'li._.1 to be lowered in a cage or basket
h'-Mi- suspoiuloii in midair over the sea;.
rt-nort on the condition of himself.and
Id's assistants, asYUey  were short ot
provisions, most of the supply having
heen destroyed during a,storm.
From the side of tlio rock a heavjysea
nt the height of this .storm tore ofi two
nk-ces averaging u! pounds, and hurled
tm   upon   the   roof  of. the ■keeper.
Doctors Said It AVab Consumptiou of the
Blooil, ii„,i jtecovery was Looked Upon
"8 Almost Ho,vjiesH-I)r. "Williams'
I'Jnk Pills WioiiKht u Cure.
From  the Herald,  Georgetown,   Out.
Our     reporter    recently    hod     the
pleasure .of calling  on    Mr.   William
Ihompsori, papermuker, at Win. Barber & Bros, mills, a well known arid
respected citizen of our town, for the,
purpose  of   acquiring . .the details of
bis    son's    long  illness  and ' his   remarkable    recovery   through  the  use
of    JJr.   Williams'    Pink   Pills.     Mr.'
Itiompson kindly gave us thu following information which will speak for
itself:  "About  two  and  a half years
ago  rny     eldest son  Garnet,  who   is
fifteen years  old,   took what I    sup
posed  io be inflammation  in his left
eye.     lie was  taken  to a physician,
who advised me to  take  him  to an
eye  specialist,   which  I  did,   only   to
Imd  out.that he had  lost  the  sight
of  the eye completely.      The   disease
spread    from   his  eyo  to  his     wrist,
which    became    greatly  swollen",   and
was lanced no less than eleven times.
Ius   cvhole arm was completely useless,   although  be   was   not  suffering
u-ny pain. From h-s wrist it went to
his foot   which    was also  lanced  a
couple of times, but without bringing
relief.     The next move of the trouble
was   to   the.  upper  part  of  the     leg,
wiiere  it  broke out,' largo quantities
of matter running from the sore.  All
this time my boy was under the best
treatment   I could procure,   but.with
little or ho effect.     The trouble was
pronounced consumption of the blood
and   I  was   told  by  the 'doctor   that
you   would  not. come'across  a    case
like it in five hundred.     "When almost
-discouraged .,and  not  knowing   wliat
'.o  do for the best,  p. friend of mine
urged me to try Dr.  Y/illiams'    Pink
Pills, saying that he had a son who
was afllicted with a somewhat similar  disease  and   had   been' cured    by
tho pills.   1  decided to give Dr.  Williams,' Pink Pills a trial and secured
some of them at the drug store, and
after my boy had fak-n two boxes I
could £ see  Hit   color coming back   to
his   sallow   complexion   and   noted   a
decided   change  for. the   better.      He
went  on   taking  them  and  in  o.  few
months, froin  thc time he started  to
use  them (I  considered  him  perfectly
cured and uot a, trace, of the disease
left,   except his  blind  eye,  the  sight
of which he had lost before he started to use the pills,   lie has now become quite fleshy and I consider him
one of the healthiest boys in thc community. If any person  is' desirous  of
knowing the merits  of  Dr.  Williams'
Pink Pills you" may   direct'them    to
me, as I can highly recommend them
to  any     person   a'fliicted  as my boy
wn.s'.''
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure by
going to the root of the disease.'
They renew and build up the blood,
and strengthen'the nerves, thus driving disease from the system.,. Avoid
imitations by insisting that every
box you purchase is enclosed 'in a
wrapper bearing the full trade mark,
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. If your dealer do-is not keep
them they will be sent- postpaid at
50 cents a box., or six boxes for
Sii.oO, by addressing the Dr. ^ Williams' Medicine Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.
H«d  a Title .111   ril^ht.
"I want you fo make a correction,"
said the imperious lady, sweeping into
the editor's sanctum. "In your rep-jr*.
of our meeting yesterday you 'speak of
tbe delegates elected as 'Mrs. Genera/
Skipbaek and Mrs. Brown.' You giv«
Mrs. Skipbaek her title—why not meV"
"Oh, you are Mrs. Brown?"
"Ves; I am Mrs. President of the Iiu-
perlal Title and Trust Company Brown."
—Philadelphia Press.
Two Points of Difference.
"The difference Ix-tween the cow and
the milkman," said the gentleman
with a rare memory for jests, "is that
the cow gives pure milk."
"There is another difference," retorted -the milkman—"the cow doesn't
give credit."
Might and right do differ frightfully
from hour to hour, but give them centuries to try it in they are found to be
identical.—Ca id vie.
Pleasure once tasted satisfies less
than the desire experienced for it torments.
Deafness Cannot Be, Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the oar. There is only ,0110
way to cure (liafiies?, and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho
i-ustachiiin tube. Wh,.ii this tubcKCis jiiflam-
ed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is eiitirelv closed deafness
is the reault, and unless the inflammation can
he taken out and this tube restorud to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by catarrh,-which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the nine us surfaces.
■We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any
caso of Deafness (Caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh'Cure. Send for
cireulara, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 75c. '
Hails Family lJills are tbe best.
-A
sas
liy tlectric Belt is i quick and positive cure for wealcnes-i
ia men. The vitalizing electric 1 ower is given direct to al
weak parts developing the full natural vigor ot health. It
inakt-s the blood warm and the nerves as strong as steel. 3
wait every man who is weak from any cause who suffers
from lame back, rheumatism, weak stomach or ailing kidneys,
to be cured by it, j ay me when cured,' and then tell his
friends.
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S OFFER.
I am not giving-bi-lts away. I am simply curing'lirst and
baking my pay afterwjrd. I am doing this because I can do
it. I have an electric belt which IjOES CUKE, and anv
honest man who/will secure me can have my Belt and pay mc
when cured.' It tliat fair ? I can do this because 1 have the
best Electric Belt in tho world. My Belt ia twice as strong as
any other, airl it is the only one tliat can be worn with, any
comfort. It does not burn. Call and consult me to-day, or
send for my beautiful 80-pago bookj which ' tells my story
honestly.   Sent sealed, free.
Dr. m. b. Mclaughlin,
130, Yonge Street, Toronto.
4
0~H/
justy 4/9
£Os
Some men never work harder than
when tliey are doing useless things
without pay. ,       ,
Don't'wait until it begins to sprinkle before laying up money for a
rainy  day.     ,
There is no doubt that in a few
years the same revolution will take
place in the Green Tea trade as has
occurred'in Iho Black Tea trade. A
few years ago all the Black teas consumed in the world came from China
Today they • have practically' gone
out of consumption,' being pushed ]
out by the finer flavored and 'iiruch j
healthier teas , df Ceylon and India. 1
The same effect will be produced in
a very short time in Uie Japan Tea
trade. Ceylon is now producing the
most delicious Creen Teas, which are
very .similar -m flavor to Japan Tea,
but being absolutely .free from, any-
coloring they are .much healthier.
This Green Ceylon and India Tea can
be obtained now in the'.well known
packets of the "SAL.ADA" Tea Company at 40c per( pound,,and it is just
as economical to use as Japan Tea
at :25c per,,pound, because it is nearly  twice as strong.
dnitikly Told.
Friend—What w.-m your graduation essay about?
Mnb'el—"What the Astronomers Know
About Mors."
"Dear me! ' Why did you choose th.it
subject?'.   ,
"Decause I 'didn't hnve time to write
much."-
OLI DAY
U«Tn<sCANA "  RELIANCE  CIGAR
IUOVAH/V,     FACTORY, Montreal
.,    A  Hitilt-onil  Slap.
Mrs. P.ibhs (as the train'gives a lurch)
—My goodness!    Are'wo off the track?
Mr. Uibhs—,.\o, we seem to' be running
all light; ' Guess we went round the
f-urve. 'We must be at Chicago.
"But Chicago was 1,000 miles,off when
we started, and we've only been riding
nn hour."
"Can't help it. I looked at the map of
this railroad, and there ain't a curve'iu it
till it gets to Chicago. Hunt up y'r
• hinir<-."
M&n  have 'lost
than'   they    have
turn.
-more  by  crowding
by    waiting  their
A  smile  is  cooler  in  sumni-.r     and
warmer  in   winter  than  a  frown
By tho time tho first baby is a year
old it has a toy bank full of money.
It's really surprising how much
huppiiu-ss or misery, lies in thc circle
of a  wedding  ring.
Xever dispute with a man more
than 70 years of age, or with a woman  of any age.
OUT. OP SORTS—Symptoms, Headache,
"o.- ofapp tile, urred tongue, .-ind general
indisposition, 'lhese symptoms, if neglected, develop into 1 cute disca-e. , It is a trite
s.-i.\:rg that "an ou ce of prevention is
wo th a i ound of cure,'' and a little attention at this point may save months of sick-
n ss and large doctor's bills. Por this com-
P aint take from two to three of Parmclee's
Vegetable Pills c n going fo bed, and one or
two for three mahts in suecess"on, and a
cure will be effected.
A woman may have a poo-- , memory, but she never forgets a complaint.      '
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION is oc-
cusioned by tlie want of action nithe.billiary
ducts, loss of vitality in the stomach to se-
cre e tlu gastric juices, without which digestion cannot go on . ul.o being the principal
came of hcud iche. Parmclee's Vegetable
P.lls taken before goin:. to bed, for a while,
never fail to give relief and etlectacuro.
Mr. P. W. Ashdown, A&hdown, Out., writes:
••Parmclee's Pills are bikiug the lead against
t n o'.her makes which I have in stock."
Longfellow wrote "Hiawatha" at
4S, ancl Oliver Wendel Holmes gave
us "Songs in Many Keys" when he
had  passed his. 55th year.
Swift was 59 when his  brain gave
birth   of   ""Gulliver's  Travels."
Famine is rife in 'the extreme south
of   Italy,   and    jewels   from     churches-
are  being, sold  for  the  benefit, of  the
destitute.
George Eliot was near her 50th
your when she wrote "Middlenmrch"
and this was succeeded by "Daniel
Deronda."
^��»£3>£^:^.:»S£3'33*3,SS^3r3'%
to n dentil of over,five
1^ %o walls,  tin-owing three gjjjj
' > e      of rock- punctured the Iron
,' .,i- places.    Although the focal
roof  in «•>•> pinna. above
.,,.,,,_ 0r (he lantern is 13b feet aoo\c
plant i»J». f    ]flSS (iim.
the Sen level,  H  pants 01 *, .
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§ BROKERS. . . .
f\   362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG;
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■2.' Stocks and bonds bought, sold and
)£ carried   ou   margin.    Listed
^ . mining stocks carried
nnd a thick concrete roof has
on heavy 8tcel_Rlnlovs^___^.
-u.   Song   of J---.?
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Thomas 'Ifood's
^wHUen'XnhowasdO.
Osier,
BROKERS, ETC.,
Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg
Money lent at lowest rates.
Stocks nnd bonds bought and sold.,
Enilway and other farm lands in
Manitoba and N. W. T. for sale.
Maps and folders sent on appllca-
Gi'iltcoal from Lofhbridgo.    .
Trices quoted to all railway points.
If there is a post oflice in your
neighborhood and you have a
jewelry want of any kind, we
can supply it almost asavell as
if you visited us personally.
Write for our 1901 catalogue
and thus ksve, practically, the
finest stock ..f jewelry in Canada to choose from. Besides,
our system of one price in ,
plain figures and our guarantee as to quality mean so much
to out-of-town buyers.
We prepay all delivery charges,'
and if what -we-send. does(not
please you in every particular,
return it, and by next mail we
.will, cheerfully refund your,
money.
HOTEL BALMORALr^^i
Free Bus. Am.
up.    E. P.SLOOea.
,    ,      A  Snitjcciirr  Statly.
"Sugby.is must interested in the Chinese situation."
"Yes; ho scorns to be completely taken up with the way it :iH'i"-ts his emotional nature."
Minard's Liniment Cures (Ms, Etc.
Ontclnsseil.
. Mrs. Cpjolm— 1 felt really sorry for
poor Mrs. -Hoppi-i-dyke afterward, but
she has been so stuck up lately that I
liad to take her down-a peg.
Mrs. Ilighmore-  How did you do it?
Mrs. Upjohn—I happened to know
the exact si/.o of,tho legs of her new
dining table, and when she was hen
yesterday I showed her our dining fa
hie with legs nearly half as large
•i.-;ai:i. You never saw any boil v ' so
.norlitied   in   your  life.
Minard's Liniment Cnres Distemper,
j1,,;;,   undge of Sighs"   |^^$?$^^9??$$-$9?9
RYRIE BROS
Yonge and Adelaide Sts.,
. : TORONTO.
"Say.
nin."-
ma, 1  bet I  kin beat yer run
Minard's' Liniment Cnres DiflMteria.
Good  (lur.Iljy of Talk.
"Is   the   czar   in   on most   in   his
about peace?"
"Yos,   he i.s in  (lend  earnest  in   I:
tall
The present moment is not
in the least too soon a time tor
think of the present you intend
giving this Christmas. Today our
unprecedented
stock of Watches,
Jewellery, Silverware and D i a-
monds is in the
condition to demand your attention. We shall be
so busy presently
that we would ad-'
yise you to .think
seriously of your
X'mas Jewellery
purchases NOW.
Write for our handsome new,
Illustrated Catalogue-.sent free
and become well posted.
The Leading Jewellers,
144 Yonge, St,       Toronto.
Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.
EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A SAND.
Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue
50j illustrations mailed free. Write us for anything in Music or Musical Instruments.
Whaley Royce & Co., Tor^^8/^
Manufactured by THOS. LEE, Winnipeg.
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4-
To Loan on improved farms at current rates.   "Write to
XjVKES, liOIJINSON  &  BLACK,
about it."—Chii
-nl.
.V  Similiter Picture.
The fiekls are all :ili\o.
There's n btizzin niiiir.nl the hivp,
For  tin- !">"S .lie miitlity 'ou-y im'.in honey.
The maple.loaves lire lllinkiti, .     •
Ami tin-'u'(it.,T .iiii-rf di'inkiii    -,-.
■'fill, tliey stagger wlinv lhe river rijip'.cs \Sur.-ij I
Minard's Uitimt Cures Garget in Cows.
The "Economic" Acetylene gas
burner lias an air chamber winch
' prevents the flame resting on.the
g-as open'uii.. No more clogj. injr,
no more worry. Hums equally
well full on i-r turned down.
■■Yields more light-from gas used
' than any other burner. Price
42.75 per dozen, or $2S per gross;
samples 3•'> cents each. The Economic Aeetylen • luirner Co., 28
• Wellington st. w.. Toronto," Oat.
_i_ WINNIPEG,   MAN. T
OX1TD03STOR.
(Trade Mark Registered November 21,1890.)
Dr. Sancho agrees to take Instruments back
at half price if parties using them are not benefitted after using for Ave weeks.
V. Free, Winnipeg, says: I have used "Oxyd-
onor" for two weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Head, and I feel   ike a new man.
Mrs. F. Is. Cook, Winnipeg, says: I had suffered untold agonies from Bright's Disease, and
it relieved me of Pain, and i-i s.x weeks I waa
cured.
Mr. W. Q. Elhvorthv, Winnipeg, says: I have
sulfe ed for ti_ years with articular lhcumatism;
w is in hospital for 5 weeks, and used almost
every remedy, Including mosmcrism galvanism, electric bolt, etc I have used Oxydonor
10 days and received more benefit than from
nything else.
.Vrs. Gagner, Winnipeg, says: I have used it
beneficially with my.family whenever sick,
and it has cured me of severe indigestion and la
grippo.   " " .    ".
SuVdealers wanted in every district. Address
U"m T. Gibliins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.
ijeiul for Booklets of grateful reports,
Catholic Prayer ^&5rS5X:
uliirs, Religious Pictures, Statuary, and Churob
Ornaments, Educational Works. Mail orders re-
ceivo prompt attention. ]), & J# Sadll8i &C0„M0Htr8fii
■ Married women should all
know of Golden Seal,1 "Tha
Wife's Friend," a certain
curo for Leucorrhea and
all irregularities. . Hai
been used by thousands
of women. A truined
nurse will answer all enquiries. , 61.00 per boi,
sufficient tor one 3100th 1
treatment. Addresi Ooldun
Seal Medical Co., Toronto,
Out. and Winnipeg. Van.
for -Ale uy*ll DracglaU.
W. N. U.   297
ind 31 BABY'S OWN NURSERY RHYMES, Beautifully Illustrated and set to Music, with Piano
ALmL^li^^postpaid to any address. THE ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., 168 McCord Street,
Montreal, makers of Baby's Own Soap and Master Mechanic's Extraordinary Tar Soap.
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vi ti*-' • i   ^ n-I VlPfliDfa P?   I PP.ix .5 ! Mor&cvver-, the b-vsid wop drv a^'"
rhp!o.,-,i,-y rhe knows no one- to   tv.u.il. j| *-J   • » fc«»»'W «*<  Ld6u&, j| | drinki     Ui*--VX,* y
h- i :i< ;<.hhor*. (ber-     fibr' hwl scarcely j ^#'^>-^^^^^^ j ^ Mi9BIfc^y^ |^wdueed t0
ihe <
-etUoil iif-rsoll hi her new home  when,     ,
,    ,       ,     , ...       .   '    J-t wig qU on account of if is.* Kul-
Dr.e tiav she beard a hen   cackling   miviWaowui   7*^.-v^/iY*.* ~,t,     ~
t. , * j tio d tn guu .  ix sat* JifttBUi liaA us, orgnu
her back yard.    She vent  out   to  aes Mt '.voaWprobably neverhau-v-happtMiocL
feJJtyw tavtiUdsf, :,&3. Weeks o-nd Mis'*
Pftioo, w.-io -"rt-fcro aJretuly at the tflJble"
whan aho puitt/iv«l, and she was having
a very nlea time tvuh them, comoarljag'
she tvs's still v>ontLrin? whereon earth I     Perhaps Hkri? Malvia&'o org-aii was &
'the erealiire had come from the shock   ™^«»<>^«c^ta^~ Therfe'^reao
-.  « ,    Y „ absolute proofs  pb the coo.trarj'~-but
tha.t it Waa iua'-or^gkn i>f digiasiikm was'
head of a thin and t-ill sirl of 12  vears
( i •- . »
i-one from thc yard of  the  house  nest
door.  <
"Hello," s,aid tlie girl
p'    fSWJ
!■> ..it -h^Y.
*4lV.-i
"Good,   morning,"    answered    the
,\Vashinglonian.
' ' • "We got a plenty o1 eggSj" remarked
Hie girl.   "Maw  sayB 'you , kin   have
simply a slander; There'was ho digestion about ifc. It was indigestion all the
way through. 'TEs food'that want Into
it, if it made up ''its'-mind'to'remain,'
did'n't nourish her boily in the least and
only subjected her to every kind of discomfort. \
■ Taken aa a whole, this or#an, which
,.,,...,        ior la/sk of oori-oboraUoo we shall call a
have that one our hen jes' laid m that   membranous receptacle, was a barred
I 0rS"0'nO* **8*gUon in M^hich nothing-1 .^^   What's your Troupe?''
''An organ," murmured ilissMalvina.
;»vood bo>: of yours." . „    a  .._v„ „„„iJJJe5
"T/iauk'von. verv much,"  answered   ^^P* torture was prepared for either
hodv or ecrtil
centric' tendeueiea was noae other tihan
her old admirer. Col. Wilds.' '"'v' •" -
'Miss ifalyin^. started and blushed and
recognised him. ih a moment. Hia hair
had turned white and he no longer wore
a uniform, buit he was the same gallant
raan-—indeed, ag-e "had improved him.
Col; Wilds recognized Miss Maivina
also, and tiheSr njeeting" was an interesting one.   , l        ,      -
"Why, blesa my soul, Miss Malvina!"
cried the colonel, *fto think of our coming together again after all these years j
and   under   such"   delightful   circum- I
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Heating- Stoves',
Cooking* Stoves,
Stove ^Furnishings, -j g
Enamelled Ware.
Granite Ware,
Builders' Supplies,
Sewing Machines,
Hotel Supplies,
Paints, Oils, Glass.
CALL ON
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l-'j iclj;' iy-yd
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fc- iv; liil.fi
tho Washingtohian.
The girl still hung oil tlie fenco.
'•We   ain't   going   lo   charge    jv-u
nothin foi it." she v/ent on.
IlbfidlosttoMtss >falvina frienda, fortune0 end 'husU-uid. . The fonnor had
dropped of?, one by one, on account of
their pet apeciflcfi  being rejected by
"Tbnt'6 very kind .indeed,'"answered I ^l wffw^ ^ ^ 78^h?
. .    - .second w-as a nne musical talent which
.a new noiPiibnr. . she ^^11 have turned to account but
for the same melancholy ennse, and the
third, was porhajta the most dismal of
.all.
Col. Wilds, a gallant oillcer, had in the
earlier daj-s lost his heart to Miss Mai
Jit; njc-v.' neighbor,
"It's t. gift," remarked the girl.
TJicn tixre v/as 'tilence for, a few
:ninutes. Thc j>irl .«till clung tu her
jidc of the H'ucc. r.
J'Only one?'*, exclaimed the colonel.
"Why, I've got a thousand, and every
one of 'em out of time!',' o
Mifcs Malvintt said slic wats sorry," and
began inquiring- ibout his pymptoms'.
_ Tha colonel enterjjiined rher with a
list of x!be most intense horrors, and
the zneaJ passed off delightfully. *
■After dinn-er thej- played dominoes.
It was a party of ghosts; pftle faces,
wasted hands, an occasional groan, en
Ml
Tiiifiniithing and   plumbing  in   con
,   . neclion.   ' '    ^
J.VH. HAWKK
'  ".Say,'' slit-;Mid filially.  -"Maw   suvs.'km&! and t^-ould no doubt have married r20"^5-
Aovr you're ucjuninted   with   us folks I ''^ ^ *°™? a «J°«rn in India he   dr^dTJn^n^   r^u^J"   ****'
,,,,-.'., .,1 „    had fallen0 victim to a liver conipkiint     c4roPPed a aomino.    Col. T\ild
f h3 d hire to Ijorrow a  tack   hammer."   w]IicK ^ disgvsted Lim withXSdS    "FireI" and. ^^ wer* all «
livened from time to time by a hacking        Baggage and .Express Delivered " to   =
a a
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?To beat the quality and priee
of our liquors Agents Giant
Powder Co./Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlita Brewing Co;
WHITE  US' FOR JPJUOES.   '
:eeie; Mercantile .Company,
'JACOB P: FINK, Mgr.        ' ,
I 4 a  .-,;•
ICaloyon Hot Spriziga.
of the Immca macliinerjr, that any
youn# woman possessed of bo unpardonable, a thing- aa an "organ" hadn't
SV.frk f'fc'ilr.
Miss Afalvina, therefore, was simply    ^T1 to a tete^awtote game.
BAl   i
BY
M\i  III
r-n . i t    i     wi . t      "viionjiu. ii wuiag- oa an "organ" hadn't
iho most complete health resort 6u   tbo rpmotezt chooice with Jhc gaJi^it
the continent of North America.    Sit-   officer.
t
(uat'ed midst scenery 'unrivalled for
irrandiwr. THE HALCYON HOT
SITUNGS Sanitarium. Halc3-on  Hot
1 a i
springs, Arrow Lake..B. C. ''Resident
physreian and mires, Boating fishing
and excursions. Telegraphic 'communication with all parts of the
'world. Two mails arrive, and depart"
4d:iil.v. Terms, lip to $18 per week
according to residence in hotel or
villas',    'Jis baths- cure all   neryous and
jiiuscf-lr%r dis?ai-.t'j.    Its v/aters heal all
i
'jtudnt-Vi li/fc-.- and 'ptomach troubles,
Xhebr.t'hs and "ly-uors are an invalu-
hie remedy fry,- silvcv and lead poisoning. ' v "
s shrieked
carried off
and put to bed like babies
In conseepjeueft of /the excitement
(ytr&. Weeks and ]\£iss Paine went to rest
'for another week, and the following
evening Miss Malvina and Col. Wilds sat'
any- part of tho town Y"' ''
• r- :   ft       _?£..*■«
^ j- \'i       lUifc'l'S
m.-l
I,.,..    'J (Js*l-i
[p- '1-iiS1 ill ..'It
.'^ j ■ ''!•.;, hi-
ml m>
Tap "Vi'iss fMi.
"Purii, whsit i? a eonvalt-scent?"
"A convalerceuf my son, is a patient
,who U not de.'d yet,"
I'M
fc> i* i>\
t'!-*    .'ItllT    li
IfJ    -Tl '5S* ii   :
^'F[^^l'
p." ,   S»   ..Vflt. £;
*   - Yf; (« i-*
Just Si-tci His JLifo.
,   It \v.\i a tlnilling escape that Charles
Davi- t-f  Bowerstor.,   O..   lately   h.id
from a fiightiu: death.    For two years
u severe lung trouble constantly  grew
worsf until itseemeci lie must  die   of
lOoni,ui::plioii.   Tlu-n he began to   use
Ur. King'b >Tew Discovery  and   lately
.wrote:    "It y y   instant- relief   and
eiiecled   a   pcr-^u^nt   cure."   "'Such
>voi)derfti! cjies   have   for   25   years,
pro^en it'.j pi><'•;•* to   ci./s   ail Throat,
.Cbesi a-.d   :.hi:l.' '^luble:!.    Pri^e   JOo
and  ^I.CO. Iv.j.y   bolile   guauijitoed.
not. in' it at all. And so, at the time pur
story opena we find' poor Miss Malvina
wretched, frie'A'dle&jf, sickly and . dependent upon a disagrev-ableold aunt.
•■ To bo sickly J.s"pod"enougOa without
being friendless,' 'but to 'be both and to
have am "organ" into the bargain is hard
.luck indeed. ''
Airs. Smithers, Miss Malvina's aunt,
was a detestable person. She' believed
thoroughjyinthe text thatafool and'his
money tLre soon parted, and she obeyed
the text to the letter. She had'plenty of
money and no heirs, but like ell misers
she did not consider tliat she had near
• enough, and she hoarded it up for
Heaven knows wJha.t purpose.'
She was in no wise a charitably disposed individual, though the fact of her
giving-: a- hoine to' her, brjjhaned niee*
nti^ht imply that she'was. But no on«
"would think so if he knew in what manner the home was heJd out.
"Bear Malvina," she wrote. "Asyou
cannot starve. I suppose I must take
yon in."
' And poor Malvina, whose organ had
rendered her a mdek and miserable
moi-tai, responded weakly;
"Dear Aunt: As you say, I cannot
starve and so 1 must accept your generous oifer."
And when Miss Malvina arrived, in
company with a goodly-sized apothecary shop, Mrs, Smithers' acerbity was
by no mean 3 appeksed.
"Bother your organ!" she exclaimed.
"It bothers me," returned poor Malvina.
This exclamation and pitiful rejoinder
became an almost daily phrase.
Mrs. Smithers had not the slightest
Miss Malvina could not help noticing
how handsome her former lover fcad become, and how hig-hly polished,' and
pink his bald head waa.    .
They were having, a most charming
game, when suddeoily a moth miller
sputtered into the gas and if'ell whizzing
among- .the dominoes.
Immediately Col. Wilds went off. „
Poor 'Miss Malvina was so overcome
eh©' scarcely knew what to, do. Not
liking to siit gating at! her old friend,
who was behaving himself in a most
childish and foolish 'manner, she hastily Birose.'and: walking across the room,
took from hear "pvx>keft5 a" small box from'
wliich she extiaoted; W ..'excitement
pill," wihich she sw-'i.loyj'-e-d;'",
( In a moment filxe colonel was mt her
side.    ■ ,    • --j. - . .
"Miss Malvina!.'.' he' cried, "what is
it?   You are illl'.   ,-'-" ^ -    -     '       •    •
"It's only my organ,'J faltered Miss
Malvina.       - "  -    '"     v'      -"   ' *"
In his courtly sympaithy Col. Wilds
forgot his own ills.      •     0 ,
After this for a week he and Miss
Malvina sat down tete-a-tete, and during tliat time -he never once eshibi'-ted
a nerve, and ehe almost forget that she
ever had an organ.
But happiness in this world' is short
lived and Fate is a cruel jade.   '
On the eighth evening, when the colonel and Miss Malvina were enjoying
the most harmondpus game of dominoes
they had yet played, and wheneacih was
touchmgly reluctant to beat the other
a. note was brought to Mi^s MalTino.
She tore, it open and read:
JOSEPH ^ErUEXSTApT, Prop.     ,
I' i
Lager beer sold  by tlie  Keg or dozen
bottles.
Bottled Beer
ih Stock! . .".
Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.
S. J, WHITCOMB
■ ^ *
House  <;painter,     grainei-,
glazier • and   "paperhauger.
0   .All   work pn   perfect   sur-
.  face guranteed.    Prices  according    to    quality ' and
;   i   *      stock required'
Moyie, B. C.
CHAS,  P.  CAMPBELL,
Funeral Director'
and
Smbalmer.
* consult oi'voaiTR postofeicu.'
.''•'.' '     \
f        -'   •
Clothing, Overcoats, Mackinaws.   Hats,  Caps_  Swetiltorg.   Untk-'
wear, Shoes, Bubbers, Overshoes, Sock?, Mits, Gloves, Uoraeblan-
kets, Sursingles. Silk Handkorchiefa, Tics, Lsdies' Sterling Silver
Chain   Bracelets,. Ladies'  Gold, Eilled   Chain   Bracelets,   Baby
Bracelets, 'Etc.   '      - •.,•''
' ' >   ,       , ,' ,,       , ' ,     u
court aro "ejus.
Xo. 4005.' ",
Meet.' on the first nnd
, MrdTliuixluy of cnrli
month. Visiijnyfbici'ii-
reu luvlttd ici' Attonrl."
f. j. smytit, c. b.h:le\vjs nroiisON, f. s.
I (, 1 f
wwwwwtwjwwi i■man ii\uiaqgmaRiaKxxmv»ammmnt^i\L.,t» ujuu^w
00   TO   THE
J     .3   »
B    "     ^^-M Oo ,E^B
WILDBY LODGE ISO. ui
Meets every Monday evening ia Iheir
hall on Victoria ctrcot. Sojourning
Odd Fallows cordially invited.
t >!?ea^ ^'"•a-I Pay for no well persons.
, ??TrJ?lit yo,u na7? entirely recoverod, and
patience with her niece's memb^inous     hkTt^ SSSS^oVS? ^S^
Vri.il b./tie-" F-^"« V V-   vr0no:=-   ,\»,a   ^-Yntacle, a.nd at every meal such mor-    i0X5.B to tunatiom like a Christian.
"*"" "* '" ~~ -    '"   *-" "° ! Ol enemies as hot bread pitjs confront- ^ome home H.t once."
= torg.
r- - h -."til''t
t' i r*. •&)? ■:
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;, -   .   .,VuI'
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■ '  ■>'   - "■/.''■■ .'i
'   .* \"y:i
w. •'   ,;
;' :Wi
\ ••Si 1
Y<y" ,''
li-'Yi"
j ed poor Malvina. Tlie organ, naturallv,
eri«d out agaius,fc sudhindiyjiities, and
MiiJ iJnJvina grew heua-ly worse.
Such  tormdnta ias the   poor    thing
knew no v.'-ord's.can describe".
Finally, to .Airs. Smithers' utter hor
—(.'. O. lYi/.ai<rcr respectfully   in-
i'orrri iho p;:-;';c lhat he is a practical
wa-cc maxer, Having  worked   at   lhe, ror,  the  family  phyekien had to b«
oenrh ior 1-i years   in   Boston,   Musk, j summoned.
A f?<v-collection  of Watchss^ Clocks;    -Vf-r w?iS this the vramt   Att&r ore-
aiul Jewelry will be   here   shortly   so'j
kindly hold order; until then.     Price-, I ^ri!ji^  «"J1 sorts- of villained 00m-
,<-.-,   .,,.'■,    ,. ,. _T p-junde, which Mies Malvana's organ re-
rt in   rui p.i.e   mo   natives.      Honest | jeovid ^lb wowi, Pr, Calomel iwistod
VrOi'].. OtiJ honest pay is my motto.       j thnt. ?,:{&-* Alt-,j\jna Bho^ld etwae to his
Vonre respectfully        f P*"^'«'-^ fc..i"iit.*.j.i)iA, Hsio^n hs the iJt-Kt.
0 0 Bopiaar*--x     '    '"L"1''3" ^Jri«';^-3J'd WM ^ iia«>fJ',-mo|u«.,d.
tp:,-:Adcs r.ntl goggles'     " " j f/t £^A ™* ^l *"*, a\a**i \°™
n        .,       ,     l.fato fter ffii-ssft h-air, ror tho board alone, with-■
.  Oj j '..-ii."'   t .;e   P.rotonay Hotel    till   o,:,t medical otiendance, was $25 a week.
*•-'!!■'•• "'A ..!..!■ 1     .' ut   Dr,   On!-"Kiel  wai   ijuitc  as de-
._ .. 1 ! M'mYs'd ;-.s sl.e was, and at kst, after
•."'"".'.' :o Oifdrtotp. "       i 'J -Wi^'dsxru^gle.hiiW'j.itheday.
1 , , 1, .    - ,, 7.     , ""•-->;. Srnkheis eiiii hardlv be. said to
■.■:..».  Riven    that    D.    L.   hiwe ^ivt,,  in graciou^y, "for n^ soon
as Vv  'V.-rfir \v..-rf away ahe flounced
Miss Malvina laid down the note and
a tear fell among the dominoes.
"'My dear Miss Malvina!'' cried the
colonel, sympaiheti<ialiy, "vrihat i«
troubhng you ?   Tell me, I beg!"
"AJo&l CM. Wilds, I aaust leave this
haven of rest."
"But why?" ,   -"•'•"
"My aunit, refuses i* nay 'my booid
any longer."
"Allawmetodosol1*     .        *'V--'    '
f-'Obl Co'i. WUdsf"
Grudualo of.Champiop Collpge of the
'united,States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and
store, Aiken's block, near Canadian
Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and
mail oider3 promptly aftended to.   ■
JB. C.
R. A . SMITH, K. 0.
A. T. KENNEDY, TIlEAfi.
r, 1. MoouE,.a  s,
r. jl. f-MYTil, )'. D.
Granbrookj
Moyie   Miners'   Union
\       \ t
Meets in McGregor hull every Tuesday
evening. Sojourning members are
coidially invited to i;ttonti
I-J. II. Disrocic,
iruiiiii'-  tjiuinitiH
,      ' *rx>
For your outfit.    The largest stock \v.
Eo&t Kootenay.
REID & CO.,
ClJANBHOCK, h. A
0
»
President.
P. T. ir:.JVTir,
Dccrottuv.!
Wholesale   and
Eetail Butchers.
w^'^wwwwwwi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
«r^-mMTra/5cre^.e.--x-^'-%AJ-CT/--CT^ !
Moyie Board. 6f Trade
aiid Soo Line,
A Poster
For Your Eastern Trip,  is lo See'hat/ J. P. Farrell, Pres.
1
Mcetts in ihu j»loyio achooi
house on the first Wednesday
evening of each month at
8 o'clock sharp.
°   i
1
)
1
t
SlIOl'S    A'l -
! movie
Your Ticket Reads yla
2& S^^ "»»*»• «•-1OAHN DIAK '   PA01F10
Pirst-Olass   Sleepers  on   All   Trains
from   fievolstoke  and Kootenay Lrlg.
TOURIST   CASS.
s*?- Jt*rj? > ja vuew»v
■-ii 'u-U'Cih-i'jwcler at Mi-i-jhi   ;;,*.
'■''■I- •_-'. :''t>il f.n ii*-i?i;*'iiMUTit in , 'i',"J r'^ J,,; c.ablf1 little hull room s»hf
;.< i - _'-.n r<.ii(>.
1 ^ iiovf .-l   >,■;*<-  V.ai/Lnr*, und  where the
J pT'r   UiiiiL.   %vay   hn\ini*   ii    wrcstiiJJg
:u '<■"'--- j i-i;lt.-;:i v. ith her orA'T-i, end -xctaimed,
jJJf-.,-"j  c.^mjnuiii-   ^.Jnd.icr.i-,oly:
h'l.i.-n ThoiiiioJ'. iT, P.     j      "J v.-j.-.h that 'orgajV of j'oura wm in
1   ( j^>-Li->J)T.;. * "
•iign.'jo. '      Y        •
-- ':".'  '.f-iUijia! t,hc wished so, too, '.f
k1 1-, d-?;i't liz..e v> ,'.i-,"c;Jv1^r.y it there,
!Mit i- iv-:,'- rot trar-:rY.j.-te<! just Xor
H t. v.ith:;. •-.
, in ,'tar and trem-
i' ■'    . ■ Y;- c;i-'J'ion-      All n;'.rii'j-;h iv-.
; ■> ;> —in-i- ; i , c.-.i   '.- -ul ;
' ^;  '•"      (. • iij.'u* v i
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'"      '   J),   I,   MJ'Y
:-j'j' c.v i'i 1,oiv».
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1.   A t'1
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ire in- c ',-.(_ ; ,-,.-
A. ,]. TAu,
, ' •'•    YY ;r. -!' •   /     .t   j",aa;.:y-r.pp.-jintod
'*.l'i1i,'Yr.,iy t,, tha c'o-.r o/ ilu- Iu>' i.
\     'A /"   ''^■'--'''Yjl:- arrivi-i t.ic.v v>erc
! • 1 ,y  'J "•- 1. f.   -.lv pj'.it!nt.-;-0i>:.. vVfeKB,
;' in;
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■'• "I   The ,;,   ,,.. ,' 'j-,,
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ix:r.i, ,-> /•c
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'•in'  W,':i
• ■" d" . .■ .t-:: .' ''i
1  iiiy-'-d,      Y-'fi Y-Y/'-'-Yciiir,--!
'■ <% l/i.'.i.J's f, f ]'(.-r-, r;j;.
^  •   ny-.-.iM ;,    h:  '.-n.tcr i-vii-ldual
1  i-'.a    .v;. -j   jK-inl.-tjl.iriy
, w ' L   '•■-'■ ':■"   .n^fiv.'r.im;-
    s"Aa''0 "u '-«'.:•:,: .^ot-;,:i i^.y^uj
■•""•r lnim   .ij.),,.,;,]   ,...,., j.-..,,r,* ... '-.;     J' 11V*
rof.e'ived   im,u   t,|lc" ,y ■;"'|." j    ?°.t" ft weekMt6sMalvina r-attY, Iving
^ _      i-   Uw..,ol.c I ..j.mjtiy on a jieat liUJo ^vhito bedateart
i gazmg "ct: Jiarmj/niouslv-tinfetl  v-alla'
On tlicftighth day Yie Vmj po much im''
j-jri'Sj-ft'itxi ami of i'i$$.
w'L-w MuJvina Wlttb3jo4 Jiko & Rohow-
"Vou Aro ao kind—but what would
the world Bay?"
"Nothing, if you    will    follow    my
wishes."     - '
_ "Whfl.t aro they ?»' inouirc-d Miss Mr.l-
vina, imioo>nit.ly1
"Bemy wife!'" -     • -.-V
"Jhit Col. \Vilds, my organ?"
•'N"o objection  whatever," answered
tho colonel, cheerfully; "it counteract*
J113' nerves,"
Poor Mio; Malvina; all the phvf-ios in
Me -.torid h,rir| ^>&7i tried unon hr-r and
*dl nn/l fuii«l,  for no   imn   had    ever   k- r,    r
■thought of ^iv-intr Lcr » dnt-c n? liapi,i.    ° :oL    ror
n»-ftft.    That  doso   being '.dmini^.i-wl,    "^"TTTtT
her r.'-rov<-ry wns japjd ;un! /-^nijilcre.
^Olc*. 07:13- t:'vji-.> v^5 a r,.ij; 1 ),-_,(].. Vifl,|.
dii-i.g !■•„ -j-j,..  T.r-Jt) ,ru3rl  .-if:t-Tv,.-iio.-'^.
Mjk-. M.il..-!i..;.-vri-.s M.tlv!..:. no. lon'r/'r
_i/i'j"*"v.   ni'   ;-. ._- r,U'tli(ii;N"> out of  fl<
wij "tyy, r), . citj tohfrself: Y    -  .,    7 "    ~      -----I
"Y--r ; t   ■   rid  7 ,vrr t!,iD]c f-d ,,,.„ , ih "^ )or "^se Jnw,   i'r..,.,!..,,.,   v.-j ,  |
to r^t iry. ,  -y svhfjci I -would Wc.« mv    ■---i=----==- —
A, P. Macdokald
1 lrice-Prc;i.
A. T. Cr,ARk, I
'   'Fort Steel-
Cranbrook Fernie Wardnt
I »"n«S5?s3rs5^"2qs,"s^Tc?-"r'rs v.r:^r:-
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Sec'y.
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DUY GOOJW, UOO'J'S AN1)
I'»ss   Dutimore   Jot   daily    for  8t SiiOKS.        LAUJJCS      AND
i'fiul,   .Saturdays   for    Montreal   »nd j CiKXTi-5 "      ryKM.SJnit'CS.
Boston, Mondays  and   ThuraLvva  fo
fcwX^it-y, ■ „
we*■"•w 1*.. -
Ten onto.    Same card  pa,,B   I^vuitoki
(mc thy ctulior.
TRATNB   DEPART.
iSY'ii   Tor   Kuel.i,   Nelson,     llessland,
-'-.. *Lnd b^u,ll",arv~"l'^imti-,
J-_'£_f,_lHt''kt-,£.ri.iii .MnciiiiJ lY'-Y-
Cou-jI .   ~    --■-----.
Call itnd iiiHiT-'i-l oor clothjiij-;.
The moat up to dale <*Yck in
town.
!0*s S?:mx, A-,'-
^^mikhhihA . ,
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c;5LoLUhj'n;^ho\r true (i'.Y ;r. t;,!(.?, ^
^-"'■f^'co-.Jn cian tv.ir. for 'nstnnce."
'\Vhat p;nliouk.rly us^fail purree
M'/i.h}u" fMV0() ?" sfco doj.irinded.
v\ cifut! lEatt-ii'l, yoii ncticed","' he <--x.
.claimed. "It htio given the'girls an id™
■for-a new bioyicle costtime!''~.Ch"ic'0'?:o
nJpeg, etc. and all ICaf.tj;.* n   poh,'"-
couuecting at Miicleod fn; Ca1" -~
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J' imoutou. etc.
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