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The Moyie Leader Dec 15, 1900

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 t*~-  V  trot  !��  li:  l:  i  \.   *  li   1  t  f   ti  T-'li  Urn  I.  US  I-  A  ft  i I  (  J.I   ���  t ':  t ���  t  i  i.        L  t  ft  \  j  tfl$  I & EL WELL,  ���'  * -A=^*-' ���-    ~<    j -'  ),*���  i  ��  .-���fW'*'  -.,x.  tzri#-**  ^A  '���"   **  tye.  , i'c-X Accident  '���A- "AS     f'^^T;  p *-,      ���  AN CB.  ���.t��j  ,y-:i  ', >  v.i  t   *  /3^--:'~  L^'  ,-~ ���*���  -   rar5  1U;.:7  ��3  S5***S  S3  Mt=S^  1  *��  M��N��'..-  CHBISTMAS GOODS,  XOY3,  SILVERWARE  AN'UCAXDY   ,\T  r,  CANN'S BOOKSTORE'  MOYIE, B, (j.v DECEMBER 15,1900,  "S3 A YEAR  Mackinaw Coats.  5?'  P  ankets.  -'A\      j     ihe    executive   cf   the    associated  -"ssr^xS-s  ^���/Surpassed, AU  ���   tatioiis.  c  -*vy<  Examine our ptosk  mei  unilerwf,!"*  "       "       " " oil eo.it.-'  ,  (f,     ' "        " " top ihirti  ��� "      .'"'       ���' "   ,".     fn!l fcuiis  DRY GOODS  See   our largo .assortment of  ijlnmKot..'  ,"  " ,"        '���' ,c ladie-s* undf.*rv,e;i'.,  "  ,"'."'��;.       "      "   "  - wrappoi^  dress goods  of carpets,  UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS  Tli,:  JiVrmiii   8Jio;vea. What   '-hey  Coult"  Ho a'jd UstaWishcrt a Kc-putntl'ju  for Thewsd-cec"  .i  0ROCBRIES, BOOTS AND   SHOES.  UMW CAMPSBLL& CO.  l^'^^^'"W,S*'^-'>|Sk"^*-'>*J^,'^i��*"><*-���,��fe��*V!i.- N^->��j��.--cju-^r,*  "^-*��Vi*>!fe"^-  ��� Just one year ngo, aa the result of a  li tile agitation on tho part of some  miners, Moyie Min'crb' Union No.'71  was crgnni/.cd with u mcaibcr.sljir) of  35 and from that small he^iiini>*g h?.5  in one year grov/n io qn enormous  ond piospercu1. o,g'ini���r.i.:oii '\,\\\\ a  membsrship of 1'iTy aud with over TpGOO  in its treasury. Tn.-t the org-iui'/y:ion  ban tho timber iu it to ,push forward  and achieve the ambiticr. of each'  member to make it the banner union  of thg Koolenays seems more' ilian  probable judging by the decided sue-1  cess of the ball Wednesday night. It  was uud'ii'.btodly the crowning event  in the social  life   of   Moyie.,   Morley  ANADIA  I?/  OF ��� COJIMERCE.  raid , Up Capital, $8}000,00p.  J. W: fi. SMYTHE, f?m  Lor.rdo of trade of 'southern British  Columbia, met in Nelson Wednesday  evening,,saya the 1'ribune, the members precant being J, -Rodrick Eoberl-  iJon, pietident; T. Mayiie Daly, prozy  for president;, Lalonde of Itossland  board; G, Qt y; K0ifcj Nelson \ G. 0.  Buehanau, KasJo; James Cronin,  Moyie; colonel E. ti. Topping,, Trail,  and JT. W*. C. Jackson, Epssland, sec-  iclary. Mr. Robertson held a proxy  for Scott Galloway of Greenwood.  The business in band was tbe consideration of the proposal by Hon. Clifford Sifton, minister of the interior, to  form a special commision to inquire  into tho relation of tbe public policy of  the Dominion as to the mining industry, inciu.ling trausportion, smelting,  relirjng and'-marketing of ore and  their products. Tho committee commenced business a*"8 o'clock and' discussed the matters iu question until  fl:30 o'clock. On the adjournment  the president and other members  stated- that certain resolutions , bad  been adopted and would' be forwarded  to the minister of,, the interior and  finance,,hut that the'meeting had decided that the interests of the miuine;  industry would be best served by theii  not disclosing the terms "cf tbe recom  If I Of iW AM'IOI'  Kootenay Hotel to Be  Enlarged;; '  The New Portion -nail   Ho   Fitte-j  witii a  iillliard Jloava, Store Kooin,  Sllccj>ing Iloomp, ICtc.  hall, wiiich is spacious raid willfloored, i mendution-i until tbe government had  was placed in Die bands of a comm^-   indicated its line   of. action.'   Hence  early in  tho   week,  BOOK BRANCH,  MwrMbU^UBauciaar  tee of'ger-'iemeu  and that they were firiis.Uc' as well ab  enc-i'ifcl'o, vorkei'v the deconai oris  amply leatity. Tbe national colors,,  the American ib-.', bunting and ever-  grcemrwere iuterwoveu over the wails  txnd ceiling, making ihe room a veritable bower of beauty and fragrance,  i On   one  side was  limit,  the   charter  .   1  ,/i  y' ���  tt U i. <-���>    4  ft  1   "&. T  A i\j  /I'rUl  ni ifilr i  f)'\  \  \ nicely dweoiatod'and on   the  opposite  (side was a circle cf pick-*, she  miners' candlesticks.  they declined to divulge   any  further  particulars of the meeting.  At ths St. Eusono.   ���  Tbo payroll a't tbe .St. ' Eugene ' for  the month of November, was ?2,600i  The,'ore shipments for the came  month amounted to 2,600 tons.  iCojxirtcvI Ok�� Och.1 a Palrc.  find |    ''There is no'truth ���whatever in tbe  , report which is now being industrious-  ,j iV V  N. A. ^UeKfcxziE, Proprietpr,,  } , Aseaflr as 9 o'clcck   the crowd be-  [an io gatb.T and when the addresser  I welcome and tho grand march announ-  | cement were made by President H. H.  Diraocl: t\:e large ball was, filled   with  fel Hotel  for the'  maSSeS.     Everything,   First  a handsomely dressed  crowd  numbfc,-| tew days ago. -��i cannot  understand  ing n\cr 200,    Miners' IJniou  badges j where it originated, but it is absolutely  were conspicuiom on all  sides.   The'] unfounded.    We aro still   selling  our  ���musicwas.V.iiLm-d by Pi-Gi.-.-sor W-l-lofe to   tbe   American   Smelling   aud  |in 'every.' respect. ,/8ampIe--Kooms to  1  Commercial Men.  ly circulated to the eiTect that "the St.  Eugene company bad negotiated a  deal to sell a million dollars worth of  ore to Guggenheim Bros, in Chilli,"  said Manager Cronin to the  Leader, a  ;sou, violin'���������! l--.d *>. u' Xiv.: .y pii.io.!;"-��; >aS  tori  f*-  Ite\. Greia'o  W.MMOwMne��  ^ttiWi.in -M-tmm  wu v--^i -v^��l~t-A-i h   ��v <-,r>- -, ;i  V,< IMCfSAULNIKl'.    ��'����'!'���  \ .���* H >)  \  \iVfA    fr.vir.idi-   iv'i.i   'o   connci-tion  ^*, * *  ^:      \-\ih house tor commerc'ul ui^u-   ^--'r  ���*&  "of accommodations  i  Headquarters for Commcnciai and iVImlng Men.  I i'-j*! *-,\t-\[ i r ,  _; --- MOYIE,  b. ���:.  i Supper iva*.' F-.: vc;" ���>.  'hi* C-:���".. :al  lx> ;  British Columbia. Itei/ and m   vrvw* p.niicip.i;c-d.j  'There w>s sin aimndAiiocof everyUiingj The OJd Fellows' hull was eomfor-  aud the service ms e-Jcehcut, ih* u\-! {;,lLlv i]]^] '-^t evening to witucsa the  tendance hei'^s   *'"!>?����� ^.i-u: tvou.-.  -mil | i'ounu-lii3-;vov!d lime light view  euter-  oub' tbe ! hiinr.ioiu by liev, G.. C, Groig. 2-fr.  jGreia lirst delivered an interesting  ! lee Sure an Australia and then showed  ' view*; of p1..*.ys .*:ul thin ;s   of  inrerest  *  'Work   ou     tbo    building"   oi    the  addition    to    tbe   . Kootenuy '-hotel  was     begun     this    week.      It    will  bo   30 feet   in   width,    100   feet   in  length,,two stories high  ia1 front and  three stories in   the ��� rear.    TIig   new  addition will afford   room 'to   enlarge  tbe present barroom   and '.office   and  will also make accommodations for  30  additional beds.   The   lower' iloor  of  tbo throe "story  portion will be lilted  up with a room'for-miners, and sleeping rboms.    On tbe second floor, which  will boon a level with   the office and  barroom,   will   be   a      largo   bibiard  room   and   store   room.   The    upper  floor will be fitted with a large  parlor,  and bedrooms',    A bay window is  tUo  to be built on the southearn corner of  the jpresent building which will greatly improve its   appearance.    The' approximate cost  of fthe   new   addition  and improvement:) will estimate about  $7,000.   11. Iv.   Mars ton,   formerly -of  Chicago, but later   of Son  Francisco,  has" charge of the work.  ,  When completed this will wit bout a  doubt be tho largest r-nd moat eubst.-n  tial hotel inrlhe disuiot.  C. R. Mitchell, a well known  miner  in the Koolonaya, left. Moyie  Tuesday  for a visit to bin eld home in  Cloyne,  Ont.   ���  lira. \7.   E., Hocking   left  Moyie  Wednesday for the home of Iiei father-  in-law in 2-Tavada, where che will remain to bo later ioiqed by her husband,  __ ' j    Last week's Leader   slated   that   a  30x100  WILL* BE. 'ADDED J residence w^., being built on  Queen's  avenue for itev. Mahon, tbe llethodist  minister. ' It should have read, for  Rev. G. 13. Greig, tho Presbyterian  minister,  n I). J. Tieahy returned from the  Mission hospital last Monday much  unproved iu health,  Chaa. Biesel uho was at tba St. Eugene hospital for several days returned  borne Monday arid is again op. duty at  tbo St. Eugene cilice.        '     ,  Rev. J,'W. Boweringj'B. A.. Methodist minister of Cranbrook, will preach-  in Moyie school bouse and administer  the saci'amont on Sunday next, at 4.  X>. in.' liev. W. G-. Mahon takes charge  of'Cranhroolc on that date.  Mrs, Helen Kan707 of' Kirnterloy  stopped off here yesier'usy on-her way  to Spokane, where her daughter is  said to be lying at the point of death. '  J. M. Lindsay returned from  Moos--  omin'Timrsdaj'v   While there he  says  the weather was beiow  aero most ol  the time,' ' "  Tom Rader, malinger of the Aurora-  mine, returned to Moyio Tuesday from  an extended 'trip ' through California,  Operations in the mine will b(3 continued during the entire winter.  , "James Cronm left for Nelson  last.  Tuesday :^ attend the meeting  of tbe  "  mining commission, v/hich was  called  ,  by the joint board-j 'of   trade   of   the  / K'ootenavs.        ���- ��� '    \  j   "The   claims   on   Palmer's   bar,   in  I which Thos. KenneJy and D.C Drain  LOCAL .NEWS,  are ir.teres^-ed, aro said  to be  turning  ; out- wonderfully well.  Gran by Delgardlio ci Fcrt fiteelo  m tG'"'n' . , !    FrankHagcrty, a-timbennan at the  ' d?. Douglas Hope was in  Craubrook j St. Eugene, fell on an axe last Tburs*  the first oi the y.-cet.      , [das and cut his leg quite badly.    He. Is  L, A. Rickprs  intends'moving here  from Kaslo to remain.  I now in the hospital.  C, J. Clayton is spokeii of as  a 'poi  Th  f \  ���.jUUUiU;  ar:��'.-di"^' :-!'' .-! <-'"' ''''  in -'..-..n ��� 1. -.'.   )\."  *-:irisf; eiiyv'to kr.o.v  'nail '-va-' no  fv.;  -j ;i  .l-.iV  fi a  'ID.-i  ���Y  4  'ft  ^  i '������:*������* a 5��ul s'.auiiai cahh bidance ovei  ; ex;��.-p..-.-::-. . i  i Thv: watch which was w*le*.l on ' fur I  j tlie most popul-ir ymng i.idy wns won j  j hy Misd Daisy Armstrong.  1 ^,.u*.^Jn^WM^��^^  ,i] 1 iii tiir.S  country.    Tiio  eniortaiiiment  1 ���.���,":-.. .v'.jd-'ua was apjuccisted by .ii!.  JioUiilay K.U-a by tho C  i    "In connccy.on  I'.md Now Yeai'aobulid.iys theCau.uh  [ A.  Tooth,   thv   Nelson    insurance  a "out, w.ic iu '.own mis week,  * - r  ?*���'.-.-: Fkst:*.- J.ijkligater left for  the  iSt. Eugene hospital, yooterday.  Takeou:- your f.re  insuvaime   with!  Berde & Elweil. '     '  Miss Gilchrist  has   re lamed   from!  Foi'1, S o?le and ia new at   the Cj  po'.it-in boioi.  Dr. J. .11, Livers of'Kaslo  was   h  sible candidate mr alderman iu the  east ward in Nelson at the coming  election. -Mr. Clayton ia well known  in Moyie and i*i ���>. hull own^v in the  i Lalfe Shore hotel. ���  , Miss CardilT was itown Irorn Cian-  f brook to attend the ball Wednesday  I evening. ''  :     Dr. C.P. Ifiggins left Tuesday   for  ! Viclor'a to ,-iee bis  mother,  who   has  DrssxvnewM^MMAawT  ^M  i'Jrl'o  JLl-i-U'Su  u  ,  ,    ,. , oiaj been quite ill  for some   time.    While  tins week looking over  tlio  ncid  'ivith 1   * ,.      ,    X       ���)*' 1      1    *   ���   ,     m  rt I at the coast lie wih alaO loot: into  tho  a -u��w to starting a drug store. , j nlAUtir ci ^curing a grant for   a  nev.-"  W. S. Curner,   engineer at  tbo  tib. J hospital in' Moyie.  Lusene conipiessor, h taking  a'vaca- j.   Thdiois a movement on foot to start-  it:i   iho  Chr:Ein-.as|iion and 13 now   in   Spokane  on   bus- j :i general hospital' in Moyie.    Dr. Ilig-"'  ;iness* '    - jginu is at the heail of tli'J enterprise.,  raAiie Railway  wi'.l,  put   i-ito   eiTeot j    For acciilrnt   policies at low  ral'.s '  *j.-,-"-r  V'.^'i n this line we would wan'. !!-<'  ���w,*. w ^fw vjv \~+~v '**%*" *:'3L'rfJ**rV"1!  ;-AK ������>l.^i'^i-. n*.-.^ a  ���le piiper lo oiu>  ;/    ^ /Hv irrf>. ^giY]  .-^na   fcv at. ii i-i \ ���*"*���' K     ��?v   *-.*}               _        .���!'���;.  (ho usual local holiday ratts   of  single j 0tlll on Beale ��: Elwell for  paiiionlar*. |  faro  for  the  round   tiio.    Passengers 1  cm f'tirclia-ao'tickets ou the  following)  G?  The be.'-t oi accommodation  (it the {raveling public-.  ida^s: Dcco^ibc- 22nd, S3rd, *2it^  lan.l -oik, good to return .iriui:-.ry 3rd,  I and 0.1 Docembo'r 29th, SOth, Sh'., aud  j January 1st, good lo zclain on Jan-  l miry .h'd, .  G. il, Miner has put on a metal i:n-  j itation ��brick  siding on   his   building  which adds greatly to , hs   appliance.  liev. j'aibcr Otiolletle of the St. Eugene mission is in Moyie and will celebrate mass at the Catholic church  tomorrow.  TCi'v-" I'ayac for Poison.  It is  rumoieJ   the   plant  th.at  Miclmel Dow,;e;* fuy* returned tq  Moyie. iio has be-on in S.iuclon and  ether Sloc.;n town';,  .-*l Grout ^rowfipaper iJulidiji^.  The Montreal newspapers are paying  high compliments to the Family  Herald and Weekly Star on tho occasion of the latter paper moving into  jits   magnificent   new   building,   just  LQST.���AUho Miners'L'niondauao, I colj,llloled#af.0.. !jcirJg 'two  yeara"  iu  a shamrock pin surrounded wilh   bril- ���  used in the i.iiblij.iiioii of tbo Evcniug jli!ints*    ^iudor will ple.i-e k-ve   A'A  !:i". this ollict  pfiasy for you to see  " *'��� li.   .���,!.,   ( ,   ���1(ltj ,iOB|10W our good.- an<l quote price-  The new   building   of  be J\u.ni!y ITeruhl and Weekly Star is  ���! T/'p^T/jllO1! BrOS.,   FrOTOS, \ U^ocrd of Koylaud lias been 'purchas- j;-- Ui^ 0llicc. i 0..e 0j ^ fi\s\lte uf Montreal.    Aaoiii-  j _-.t���-/*��. '.-.ij.   -   ���'-    ��� ����� -      ;;Jli w;tii the  object   of   moving   it   to i     insure against leer for $3.00 a war   tects ?'.\'.'it i*oue of  tbo   ilntst,  news-.  Lsultoii.    H is uudeistood llsat  parties | with iieaie it blwell  juo willing  I*-3   hack   a   new   evening!     -pjie  *n  All  ������?, /.���"*  ;,,r(ill-��i>.l goods arc this season's   canning  and you  will   tind  '**':{! ih "iii (he Delhi. Simcoe   and  Kent   biamis.  aw Goats and Pants  lo" '��� '��� ��� i; d to havo ciolhiug, i-nd whrre to gin it. that is the  ;c,si:,��. v��;ii need not hesitate S oti will tind tlir best jinlgcs 01  ',u|!l,nr     ��uy from us.  5r" .'j.i?d German Sox  ���i) yiii,.  V ;'     %' "V-'T-i   ft"  ,    .  ^  v. '.] p ;>n ,^  ���vfg^y  paper building in tbo world,  there   being nolhing iu JS'ow York  or  London  cense   com.mssionotft,   con.-   or nnv of tbo gre.-.t citiod fo c-ijual   it-  pa per m Nelson,    it it tc bz Consarva- J posed of A. T,l Chirk,    Uoylo,   A.   IJ.   Jt coat a half a million dollu-d.  live in politics and to bo   nam;*.1,   the  is'cl-aon evening Kews,  I'AI'N.'J.VU:*!;.  J;HOsJ.  ?.>ll����n  WI li:.  Ae\v,  Jj    - "u-.i!  i*J  ���isaa't.wfii}d with the rubber you havo. b-ety buyin;y :'  "���' bnen getting tho weir yon ahouhlAti:. of theio. t����>��.  !.v toyon try our i-ubbei . depb.A.iK.n   .. 0.1    *���  -"���������'.e- CrossbBrnnd. '.,'  [ I, tbo place to s.md   foi   your   Chriut-  linfls   prescind.    Wc   can   atippiy  yon  I with beautiful   presents  I reiispnable prices,  and  at .very |  ���V. irood wtitch is ft i  kji^ AN'I'-tt.  r$  AuilableCluistniaa gift and thia.we  can give you at prices to suit any.  purse.' We can lielpyou out iii ��� your  clioicoby^eadingyouonoof 0ay fine,  walc-L. ca/aU'igiiep, every. Watch guaran-  i.eeJ A i.  '    ;'    ���'  . ���'Patiiea11.de'Bros.';-..  f,:"i:ih!-.)o;: 1. O. O. V. Klcctlon.  ICey City lodge, 1. O. C. F., of Cran-  brooi-., held their regular acmi-annual  election last Friday night, and  tliL. new oiriccrs are a-j follows:  Xobh- -GiYiud���ilatt 1-oVkcndnrf; Vice  Gr.-md, G. A. Leiich ; Recording Secretary, A. L, McDe.rniot; Financial Secretary, Harry; Parsons Treasai.er, Sam  Morrov,'-'Trustee, Jas,.Greer.  Grace, Fort Steele and Fred Slo/i;,  Fernie, was in ooasion today. All  tbo Moyie hotel men were ^-.uiied  liconses.  Chtiu^o iifVJn.'ou licstauraut  The nianageinom.of tbo Union res-  turant hascliangcil haiiiis, John M.  Obatteiton bao l.-an=forred tho   '.nana-  Sisto.-s Naxare'band Conrad, ot  the  gomeut to S.   L'jpe,  wlio  is  now    u\  ,'.lS5eQlc-&'EHvell in RSoyic.  . Tlio firm of .Scale & Elwell, minirg  IJrokers,.' commission and. ins.urii:ice.  jgont.s.'now'h.a've an   oiice   in 'Movie.  St. Eugoin JliiSio.n, were in Moyie  ft bri.iiuc-js vi?it last Thursday.  Hot, cold and vipoi    balhu   now  charge. Tb.o Unijn z'ostur.iut is ono  of the most'popnkir citing plxoos in  town,  Shci  snon,  -VT.  .-.'��^fr2 Onol:*.1.1on*ii  pec.   1-1.���Bar   silver,  the L",  H'^''    A A |--'h]   cents.    Lead,  price   for   miners  Tf is rumored that A. ,.B.. .Grace,  oi LndSmellera,'? 1.37:1 at the closov Cop-',  the Fort Stcel'u Prospector, us about to ; per, brokers' price,"$17.00..  start a paper at Kimberley,   ���...''���! .^=r.-^r^r-^rrrv----_-rrr.---..  ���..'  You sliould call and 'inspect  Ex J, j  Cann's'holidii'y stock of .novelties.  Beale tt Ehvell are agents for Phcani.v  !. Hi-in  ic."!,���ij2.ucasuu*o i  and  ' Globe,.:  -%������  ||!i �����* -ff f j iC% | J H J'll - , '.^atclHnakcr, ,   and ,'Manulactunng | mul Kimberley. ���   John Hutcbisonc  i,?/!^*''^'^''-'7"  ���  jewelers. ^^-,.i- ,-M.r,-^-' ti.   r*i   ! Cranbrook has transferred   bis   Moyi  r1  -'/r'!'i'yi-- ffliw��5^B!T* i-'.-sFVyy*'' B:"p"7  ��� A-lX-lA'dAMy;^.--: ;^,.:::A- -'- '- *��������� -���"  * x^-ra-'/rr1 T' !rjr: '"  next door to Cann's-book Store.    M. A. I trnj-ena!, bn'.isn aih  (Beale'.ia'Atlm   reddent   agent.    This j'a'Pd  London,  Liverpool  Ifii'tuyilso luu'O officc-J   iiA Fort ''Stoe'io | ftnd.Weetepn fii'suriinc-j Co'y, Ontario  Accident, Canada Life, Equitable Life  of New York, and--others.- Ollice, next  door to *ymn's h"A: ^*o,*.-b  ���. .  ICnoitsifu Soils HTlnin*^ JntovosJ*-'.'  I. JCiirl Meitze'i liMA-joM bis intoresfc  j in his several claims on -'the St. Eu-  j gen'e hill to T. A. Gilrland of Kaslo.  ,' iiy-uK-tr.co'buei-ic?  '1:1-1 uim.  trono L!.;ek In  WovSc  It is SMid.that Ciiris. . Foley baa  again resumed work in tho. -100 foot  level in the Center Star mine' afc  nd.  Poyl  i  Vr  n this  . The  1 have  litary.  You  u one  ected  n the  roves  T ap-  ,'ountl  u try  mada  lomc-  3  im ���  !,is  ti"  CAN'T)  : Blu��i  pack-  r you  1. It  wiser  your  ������ "Do  iltouf  talti-'  New  y six  ..���nliiR  Aieac-  and  v d not  got a  JRIO  iy as-"  olief,  irfect;  SE  CO.  90.)  back '  i ben-  )xyd-  I Oa-  '\n.  ,and  .-was  havo  I ism |  moat  ivan-  onor  from  ed li  sick,  id In  Ircsi  t  'I  {  'ton,  iip-  irch  iro-  ireal  'dull  ���Th.  ���tarn  and .  IU��  knda  ��� 3d  ca-  box,  ithl  .ldui  ,)alo,  ].  tt*  iey.  ly  f  I!  racoe, a  y. ��c:it  Was not  y cured  juaintjd  {  li'y all  ilt���'S   nt  Itrltniii  ir luted  If you   .  ibt and  4*  n.   Sent  onto.  ' r   5  i      r  i��5(lent  u  ' acci-  ut  in-  i-h  a-? '  >  t  ear.���  1     I 0  '   4    \< ,  s *   fc'  A<?> &���''  hf - f *  **-,#5l* Jr*''  "'<%$��> -  ��� ni? tj> ���-  a. 1,"-,5 l> ^.  i   ft-o3c '�����  j-fvJi-ii.  Ofs* *f  I'-il&i^  I '.J. -Jt* >, -*-  r.j4��praasasBZ3SL��ss=EES*c^^  gg3g^,*-3ss^a^^  I ilB   irlulj.fi   JjihiiJim.  2.v  '(���'������I,   *���    '  :J*5^P.f.'"  i>V, *��i?��J (i  l*?-A-&^  -  "ublished in the interest of the people  .  of Moyie and Uast Kcutenay.  I  ,' Crave ric-n 3'\al*  j    "Victime to stomach, liver and kidnay  __ j trcublea'ao well  a3   women,   and   ail  'fezi ihe  JUltS  iu   lc^-i  of   appetite.  d. SflirTE A- CO.,  Publishers. I  pomeaG In the blood, backaches, ner  vousntcis; b'eadache aizd tired, listless,  run-down'feeling.    But Eher's no need  Oity   Slaving, ?��**��,]THE 'POST ' .OFFICE  cKiiSsraHEgBgg't^^^ weteBiaer.Mi'Tr'iaaaMiafea^^ ���isasssaatBea'esaa^ -t ���  hates or Ltiri.'.'cr.'i'.'-if  ���t1 .*Jte.&s*-i/  A.1d**-*A  ;A"M ;;.,,  -.   I}..''*?'.' .  ���'   -.,' , * I .  Jue Year..  SATURDAY, DEC. Jo, 1000  j to icel like   that.    J.  \V.  dardiier, ofj  ��� ���' -~ j Idaviile," lad., says:    "Electric Bitters  *>oo are ^lui ~he thin�� iov a mau v��'hen iiG  rrrr! don'1 care whether ho lives or dies.   It  gives me ;:er; strength and  jOENEBAL hotel.  WEStiiy CLISB. Prop.  ' '    " JMoyie, B. C.  HOtfS'S DRUG & GTATlO^fRY STOKE.  J-OHF HUTCHISON,  ; ^ j.  *AI.  >}'  slsss^^^^h^"^^ J have a new lease  oh  good appetite.    I can now  eat anything and  A'?   c  ���It h%? H'  i}.R v*'j',> ���>  "- i-^y.j-J  It cannot be said that it was Moyie's  ault that Foley wre'hoi elected;  Pr,i  Moyie is not booming, rbut there  urefew towns in British Columbia to-  lay that' are ehjoying a 'steadier  .lowih. i.  To  those who  have been doing  their   insurance   through    John]  , - . Hutchison,of Cranbrpok :  cents; at P.   D.   Hope's   drug   store   ? *��� ���^ *��� *?'������ca bmr  Every bottle guaranteed        '     . tort' ������� ��*^ and trust that 'all  the  5 business  which you   have, heretofore  done throughjne you will in future do  iSrotiJ. Variety oi  life.'''    Only   50  f  V. irW.   A-RirK^Pj-oprJotor.-**  i: i.;* v^:t:^  If-: I ^fi-j-'O  ���!'^ d 'fi ^  The Moyie'Miners'^TJnidn  starts  off Box 27  on its new year   with   a   membership  'A 2.15 and with $000 in   the   treasury.  ���    Lots for Sale.   Money to I.oan.  j    ; J J.       A        , . .     . '  Lois for sale in all   parts   of "town  Money toloan.    Agent for Karn  and*  Williams pianos.   Have other epecial]  bargains.' 'Before ihVejJting see" '  through Messrsl Beale and  Elv7ell  of  Mdyte.'"'Thanking ybu f6ir'jiast! favors.  ' "r    ,'     '   JOHN HUTCHISON.  pppspnfQ  ��  p. d, hope;  Chemist #nd Druggist,  .Shis Jibtel.id;now open to tho public, and?i3 well lm  iehed throughout.   None bnt'lhe best brandpef Viae;  liquors and cigars kepfcj'u stock, '     ,  il-  D." J. Elmer.    jjT  B,   OOSTiGAi^lQr.d.  %  MOVIE, B. C  1 1:-, t'  JF7B5f-T   CLASS** A CCQMMQDA.TIQN&:  MOYIE, B.  |S^^S3^^  TO T1I3E DEAF,  A rich lady cured 'of' b'er  Deafuesis:  _. , 's5��  ,.  ���^'.nj'-ii-. :��� .��  Iv If M^Jf  l> W $% "!  1 " I .   . ii*i  '"t  k   ft"''. -��i.fc'^  isofwithslanding the fact  tbat   the  and noises in the head by Dr.''Nichol-       .    '  people of -Moyie  pledged thembelves  son's .Artificial'Ear Drums, gave  $10,- CEA^BEOOK,  against patronizing Chinese laundries,' fifln   1.0   ],*!��-.   fr,'��:tJ,f���V��    X   /w-*   jl'.'r' ���.  against, patronizing Chinese laundries,' ,O0Q to his institute, eo' "tHat "deaf  ;,ve noLce that e��?veral' 01 these iiisti- pe0pls ufjablp to ' procure the Ear  ;ulions are still doing a nourishing T)rums may have them free. Address  bus/uess' '.        ��� *      '    " ' Wo, Um -The   Nicholson   Institute,  1780,' Eighth    A.venue,   ,Now    York,"  B.C.  Tlie Chamber of Mines  'KJ.0  $  ���v*.  t JOEJVSHOW BROS.  %  %  t  SoutbernJB, C, (Kootonays'aiid Yale.)       j  _,  ;?,.   Via 1  iyfr&,\$.l&  lE-'AiiA^-f1.;!  Assscsmeut vork Contracts Takon.  Parties wishing to have 'assessment  work doneron claims iu'tho vicinity of  3*��XVey     ^     MQOarter; every camp in  ���.''   "        FOKrSrEELE(B;'c'':''    .        i^^y^ Koo  Haryoy, McCartar Ss Ale-camlor,  ',   '  , FERNIE, B.C.  Barristers & Solictors.  |5' 'I.'K L!��'f  ��� j :��� jaiiS'i  Hit Mfl^  i.i   I  i�� 1  ^���, I  Kciosone sells for one,cent' per   gal-  U. S. A  '.���ou in  Russia.    In   this  country   the  peopie are charged from 10 to 30jcfcu('s  'p$s*' gailou  for   it.    The   government _    jbulro:* , kerosene,vin    Russia. *   The I iMoyie, will do well to; consult or"write I T T7"W7TS   TvcrrVM or\<T  Standard Oil   Comiiaby   eontrols   the   the   undersigned   for' terms.     AVork LT^ , -    *���fv/aaLoUJM,  /iroduct in the United Spates.    Do you   left in my care  will  be promptly at-  ,ee the difference?      ,   \,   -, 'Iended   to,,  and   satisfaction   will   be  "^"-"'."A'; "T      , fguranteed.'    '    "        S.A.SCOTT.   ,  lion. Richard  McBride   baa    made  The Chamber of mines  wants thoroughly   reliable    correspondents    in  tbe district's  of East  Koootenays  and   Yale,  to  whom reasonable compensation will be  paid for their services. A.  Correspondents will be expected* to  furnish the'Chamber of Mines with all  development'going on  at  the' niines,  I Thl^��1tel is New and wel1 burnished  Tho I  *       S-ab^es.aiS s?PPtted ^ito the Best the *  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with !  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. -*  ���     ,     AGENTS   FOR JPABST'S.. MILWAUKEE BEER.        ;     ' ^  I  W  Si  IS',.  '1     I     ill��iV  .It.,    M'WiW  if Wi  m   te'j tti  1 j* f rV'? liifiSJS1  JfOTlO  A meeting of tho License CommisEfpnors will  many friends by his  trip  through  the  Kootenays, and  the  people of   these        . ... -���������.����������� ���....  dl'iu'ic'to now have a' much hio-her ,;ieh?ldi11 Moyi�� on December i5thi, 1&GU3, and at  iA!-,n,,inni,v.,   ���   ��� 1       'c     '���        ?i said meeting  the  following  applications  for  ^punou 'of their minister of min^s than  Uqn0r lloeuges wlll fte considere|:P   ,      .   lor  Mr. McRx'jde \vaadiere'purely   r, W. Pritb,-      ���   -Lrr-t^Sbord'hoteJ,       Moyie.  sion to in.qnpn-W.hfi minoV,.^   YiclQfDc-s&uiuier/Cbatr^ hotel,    ���      '   ��  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission' and  Insurance AoENr.''   '  Money to'Loan.'       '   -  Moyie,  B, G.  before  on, a mission lo inspect the mines' and  ^io loarn the wants of the people.  |7f F. GURI?,  tho installation of Machinery, shipments of ore and valu, np4. generally  such news as will attraef'the attention  of capitalists and cause them to investigate and invest. Applications Ato  be addressed to the *  CHAMBER OP MINES  '       ' .Southern ^ritjeh Columbia, '  P.O. Box 57$.        ROSSLAND, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  ';   ANO'MNIING MEN ,p/  ���� ���."*" " "   "'   7     '/--'- DRtTISH COLUMUIV   I  MOISiS,  Ik ,.:?  |Mvr��  *3F  it  ii  V *. 4  ^6 i  ,6  :<f-  F. E. Simpson is now sole owner of  the Cranbrook Herald, and the Leader  is pleased t-o .congratulate him oh the  fact, V7hile Mr. Simpson has worked  .iafd for himself since coming to South  East I/ootenay, he baa also worked  hard for, tno wellare^of his town ' aud  Lhe ulcirict as a whole. The Herald  is an influential newspaper and has  been a patent factor in the development of the district. *   \  N. A. ilaclCenzie/^lDnhpttan hotel,  Fraiik McSfahop, IL'o'otiiiiay'ho'tei,' ���  \Vm. stills,-' A Co'sm'opoiitaii hptel, . "  Jolinstoji Bros, Moyiehoter,"' : ", '��� ��'f  ' " ' ' W. H. BARNES,  Chief Llceuse rnspector:  BAJaRigTElt, SOLICITOR, ETC.  "���ii  s   CR^NBRO.OE,  B. C.  Clothing,  Gents9    Furnishings,  Boots,  Shoes, Hats, Gloves; Etc.  ...    . -  +r\\ ?to i  '.   i   L     \)K ft**- *5  v* �� ' 's.iv' r  C* l1i'*U'"'i  ';stti'TH  ;   ! V  l*0*i��Lf' t  1 '' 'A.)X>  Candidate Foley made a splendid  nglit, and Chris Foley will be a factor  '.'.lRossland politics,as long as he  ^ chooses to engage in politics. " He is a  -man that laboring men will rally  around, not only because he is one of  themselves, but because with a little  -more experience he will not have an  ecjmu in Southeastern Kootenay as a  platform speaker. Ghris Foley will be  ��*n Uossland what Ralph Smith'is iu  Nnnaimo,    When men   without   orga-  ' ' 'NOTICE. ' -""' "-;.  Notice is hereby given that I will not from  this Sate hojd m'ysolf responcible for debts contracted by my husband,' johtrifiiJ.' Neither is  the said John D'iU'aiit'hoiized''to collect my  aicoxiub: " ' -       sirs, Adelaide'Sill.  Sloyie, Noy. 21,1900. "   '   ' ,: " 3-32  '     ""���      NOTICE.   Nctiqe j^ hereny given t&t I, Malcolm Grant,  of Moyie, B. C��� contractor, intend 30 days  after .date to app].y J,o the chief conimissioner of  lands and works for a special license under  laud acts* to cut and carry away timber on the  iollowing.described lauds, situate ia the vicinity of iloyie aforesaid, to wit: The south'east  corner post of said lands is situated about three  x&tles west of the lower end o'i upper Moyio  lake and south of Lamb creek, thence 480 chain  west, thence 20 cliaius north, thence 4S0 chains  east, thence 20 chains south to point 'of commencement; containing'1,000 acres ur thprely.  MALCOLM GRANT,"  Moyie, 21th November, 1900. 3.32  ,     p; B. HIGGip.  Physician and" Surgeon  OFFICE���7FARRBLL BLOpK.  MOYIE,, British Coiutnbia.  MttmznuTi -w.jjjJBK.^mwuM.'j  NOTICE,  Kotice is hereby given  that I, Thomas Hy-  laud, vaucher, Moyie, B. C��� intend "thirty days  nidations or money can come as  near I *��� r d,ttte "^ 1�� the cbief commissioner  J ��      C1   of lands and works for a special license   under  land acts to cut and convey timber on the fol-  lOMiug described lands situated in  the yiciiiiiy  ' winning a coni03t as the Labor men  have in the Yale-Cariboo they cannot  he ignored by pany-iinc nsen. Tbe  present contest is oyer, bj.it U^e ground-  woik lias been laid for .future contests,  the Jesuit of which ivill mean muohy  nor only io the Kootenays, but to  the  province of British Columbia.���-Nelson  Tribune.  > i*  l  T   .<  .1*  .    f  I  i- I ���*' > '    I  �� 1  'Wi'  All  The  Christmas supplement   of   the  British ColumbiaMining Hecord is one  of tbe   neatest   and   most   attractive  publications  which   has   yet   reached  this   office.    The   reading' matter   is  (veil gotten  up and   tho   illu-jtiations  aie very clear and distinct.    There  is  an arlicle dealing with lode mining  in  the province, from which we   lake  tbe  tollowing extract:    "J u spite of all this  the season of 1900   hai,   witueaaod   a  development    in   prodimiion   th it   is  most eatitfaclory.    Four lodo   mines  iu British   Columbia  have,  during   a  portion of this year, produced   mineral  al tbe rate, foi the fo.-iy of oycrtfO/JOO,-  000 per annum, 11   pioduction   equivalent to that of (he wlmh, of the province   during   Lost,   year.    TJio.se   four  great m ines a; c- the   Xo.-cb   Star,   SL.  Eugene, Pjyno and Le   Hoi.    The   St,  Eugene i= snid to be the second largest  silver lend   mine   in   Nurlb    Amt-rica,  the Silver Kia.�� mine   in   Utah   alone  ef Movie aforesaid, towit: The northeast cor  ner post of said lands is situated about oue and  pue-half miles from the west side of ljpper  Movie lake at the upper cud thereof; thence  &oijfh 120 chains, iheuce iycst SO chains,  thence norlhj:>0cbai7)s, thence east 80 chains,  ��0 place of commencement, containing 1,000  acres or thorly,  TUOMAS Ul'LAND  Moyief 24th Koycmber, 1900. "3-32.  THE  LAKE   SHORE  1 d  Barber Shop.  1  Opposite  Gosmopoliten    Hotel  W. t. FOI8Y Prop.  EAST KOOTENAY. BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters #f all  Kinds.  , Bread delivered  , to ��py parfc of the city.  HES, SAEES AlfD ETC.  "   j   ;- -<--*-.'      ��� ���     .   j" *- ..�� ,-  " ��� ',-.-������  4-LT7AYS ON Ha^IJ.  A.BLmN^rop.  MOYIE DAIRY.    i     4 '  Fresh- new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guranteed.  Mrs, Adelaide Dill, Prop.  COME AtfD SEE US.  YrcxoaiA Avjz., M'oyui, ' B. q  WM; MILLS, Proprietor,  Miners   headqruarterg,    Qood  accommodations for . travelora.  ^liquors ^nd cigars kept i�� stock,     ���  Orders Solicited.  Soda' Water and Syphens.  FOR THE CHOICEST BEAKpS OP  CLL AT THE  Lake Shore Addition  Best  wmes  j   O a   Us  g*fcrmp-fw*s-^*'*.^��".^pi.-��^"r|��M. j-^ -  NOTICE.  Noticu is hereby g^ven that I, Michael Shesjdy,  of Moyie, U. C, coutniu tor, ii' tend thirty days  nftei- dale to apply to the chief commissioner  of Jflinlsiujil works for a tpecial license under  lanii act to cut and curry away timber on the'  folio v. ii'g di^cri'.';:! h\:nh, hituatediu the vicinity  of Mont uforo-siii.i, towit. The northeabt corner  post of ."aid Ifindhifc Kituutud about three miles  vcutof thelott-vreud of upper Moyie lake and  iioitlj of Lain!, creek; Uieuce IbO chains we-st;-  th'JU'.'u'Jjchniu', wutii; jhou-r.e 'ISO chulus c-n.st  thcrme-jo cluius north to place of comraonce-  lueut rum itiuinu 1,000 awes or thereby.  MICHAEL, SJIEADV.  Moyie, UUli XoveiiiLer, WOO, 3.;^  Cabinet Cigar Store  Jf l Mcintosh, pMp,  Queen's Avesue. '    .* ^MOYIE, B. C.  John Bryden  .FOR FIXKNITUEE   AND   OO^PLETB 'JELOTJSq  .Furnishings,,! Stoves,   Hardware,  Clothing, and Groceries,  Qall pii  ASSAT3BM9  er  *-i  tckingjireccdence   over   it,    Wheth  that is 60 or not is','comparatively   unimportant, it  ia a  great  mine in   its  class.". ���������,..���������'.  exts"-tr~ -'^'^t^ar.^^arri'jajrc^.. ���  ��� Qucstioun n>i��t An.'iwerfi..  A-B'ohool inspector well known for  his weight was trying to (y-trnct the  word "ilesh" from a class. 1I=�� efiorte  )iad failed, but, taking l10ld of hi.<j 'fHt  check between his. thumb and forelm-  ger, be pulled ifout and asked ���  '��� What's this?'"1 ���!  Tbe    uhhcsifiuino*    answer  XO'J'fOE.  Notice |nher-.-l.y fciven that I, Philip  James  Cihiil,  of   Movie,   Ti,  c,  m.-rchaiit,   intends  Ihirty da;.,- nNei-date lo apply to the chief cum-  mi'-ionr.'r ni   Imidi-   and   works   for   n  special  licju-oiiudo)' hm-ltictstocut and carry away  timber on tlie following -icf-crlbed lands situated  111 the vicinity ot Moyie uforesaid, towit:   The  uoilheat-t comer imst of f-aid lands ih situated  about two  and one half miles west from  Uie  upper end of   upper    ryie lake; ihcnee south  'ilOtlmiub, thence west-10 chains, thence north  ^JOchai,.*, liie'ico 0��".t 40  chain.*.,   to   idace  of  comineiicemeut    containing    1,000    acres   or  tl'eiely, I'lIlLLX* JAMES (J A If ILL.  Moyie, 2ith Nov..,l>JC0,  , -a.*.;  NELSON,  B. O  TMnrriaii win muwuj  ���ffiwaaBsaJ  Has just received from the east  a large assortment of new  Woolens, 'including Scotch,  -English anil American suiting!.;.  tro\vsoring3 aud ovcrcoatinx-s,  and hi in a position to oiler the  best eatislaotion in etyle and fit  towards his palronB. Call early  and inspect the stock,  Agent for, the Hamilton Powder Company, and Sbcrrin Williams'pamL=  V/o will be open for busi'ncas.in Bfoyic in a short time.  BOOTS    AHD    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R, A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEXT UOOH TO UI.ACKSM1TH SHOr.  South Victoria St.,  Movie, Ii.  C.  UNION BAKBBR SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.  X.3C. COIXyMS. I'ropr.  ' Victoria Street, MOYIE, Ji. C.  ATr  A     Ai       \^mrf      ���+  -A  n  w  uhbeeitating  i^tjPromplly, "Pork, sir."  came  NOTICE. '���  Notice is hereby given thatl, Authony O'Kcllv,  of Moyie, B. C, intends thirty days after date to  apply loriic chief cominissionor of  lands and  '.worksfor uHpcui.iil.JIceiifJu.under  laud  acts   to  to cut nnd carry'away timber on the tollowing  uescrlbed ������lands  situatedXin  the  riciuity  of  Moyieaioresaid,;towit:   'the northeast corner  post of rial a lands is situated near the upper end  otuppw-X.U)ylrtl,ikefroutiriK Sfl!d lake'ou the  west  sido. thc;.L-of; thence  BOtitii  2-10   chains,  thensc lvost'W chums, thrufe north 210 chain?.  ib^juee-iist-iO chains  to place of  eommoue'e  nie'ni.coiitaiiiiuc 1,000 ncroa or thereby.  ANTHONY O'JQSLLY.   .  Moyie, y-ith Nov. WOO, ���       :^'i  p-^-,W^,��� ^-7., .^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^-^rrr,.  The only, house   in -East    Kooln'ay "$  healed^tliroughout v/itli^hotair.b  First class'in, every respect. Spbcial  rales to boarderH. Good b*��mpla. room  for commercial men. A ,  European plan,    Open dayjuid night  lOSJSOPOUTAN'-  MOYIE B. O.  Are How Open and' Ready For  Business With ,a Full Line of  Staple and Fancy  ���3>3ES.O��OE33B8.SESjS  ?ti  *-^ m^J^^sowcggtcaMXTHjna  CT^cgnaMKMMamaMaM^^,,  You aro Invited to Inspect Stoch.  FOE'.FIi\T/S.  mi  E. 11. BMAJaTj Vxox)*  .. r  V  Ai  1  tmi.  OEAHBBOOK, ���- ^B. p. [  mm  m*��  c/fc*j.,,,e.v.-x   ,',*. Mm  ��� k-js  mm ,.  '     NELSON..      ���'������ '.������'���������'  JSBSt  ���X��b  M*1. m  \y  - MOYIE LEADER.  fe  ���5ft ' .  fa:"'  f,'*is>  t\.*^J  fife.  9~  -I-&.1  ���!^'r'-  jioi-ie. , b: o.  Br7'  (i, -ij  a^'!  ���* * *  Jt  y-wr  J.    -  ft* f  A-.'  1.   l-lj  a-  5."  i?'  .*" -  f '!  r^  "9  >I)Kc  Krii<*rie��ice.  ,,������.; fliiwn who ic deeply In-  PAJ"' ',,sv.*lio!oglfcal research re-  i^' ,   f���l'oiving "story about an ox-  fc!e5    ��� -, ini'-btrnd had in the realm*  p'ieUC    it   "  Ulhi ��?e Laving a new home built.  I :fl i iusUind went to it every day  P -hat i��oS��'f'ss' NV!ls beI,1S '"de.  h^ M ,|s Ij(j Jtood in the front room  |oce (i"A'hld 'attention was^ attracted  ^^''irt'i'U Looking out "of the win-  t _,',v'a funeral procession pasa-  .-"���   , .......    he  nnd  recognized  ��� clbefci  ! , Vibe door and but through t  'D <]]*c casket was,small; wiitie a;  ^XA villi flowers. He .reeogulz  c<*er rJ(* |j(.lghl)0fs in the crowd.  t;fii ro'irh' ���mG dadetiliable ,Impros-  " e'nnderslood that the corpse was  83 nf Ids Hon, though he bad no son  &[. .�����',�� Surprised and startled at  iii-'l't. !iu saw the procession van*  ��� noilli" was entirely at a lews bow  nUnt  f��r  lhc' experience." The  ��m>* noon, "nud there wns nothing  rlis^'ioodor environment Apparently  1 iii'liiect! tho subconscious.  r3',.,!,,';, fuw*  months, a  little son  L Mn to ui*. and*at,the age of 3  I     - ii -vis cfirriod out of the gate in  ['������� covered, wlijt^ casket and foi-  ''ftpdtir ttii>sauie friends my Uusband  ,.d,s"i'B that'noontime  long   before.  ��+..",.iplamiibin can IickI-vou of this  'I'',(;ir:M* urnl   experiences   like, it  '^"efonMnnily being related in t-o-  jyiriof psycblciil culture?",   '��� ,  rheumatism; cctred:.  jas, McKee,      "   Liim wood, Ont.  ladil'fo McjNiel.    ' . Mabon, O.B.      ���  ton -V. McDonald', Aruprior, Out.  *  nB Bill Inn, -'Maricham.Ont  Join MndPr,    ���        Mfthoue Bay.'N.S  Inris S. Bntlor,        Bariii.Ndfl.  ., ixt-> well known   gentlemen all aa-  let (hit   they were'  cured   by  MIN-  ���iBD'SIilNIMEST. A ,  S:i\rcs Tim!  Grn-Mrr-*    ,  P'L-A ���*'''..' ^!l-<'';' *l'!o usee! o,n a la rye  , n.infrv.    Tj.n��'  was  when  c'ar.'f ili-'i *,'��':����� '.vortii lh��*ii" wi*1k1ii  jjV'i-1. t*".T !*,d:;y they art-' rtll tftiliivat-  j^sj lim: I..''.' vt>"t ->id>" �� fnielion of  vi'jt .in'.v did.hi diieieni ilwys.' Ft h said  tbt I'm':" i-.*-i'i'';il the ruu* uf S3 pe'"  i'.'ii!!.] f-.-;": fji;��-s-.    N��'.v' black nod while  KJ'i^ '"  ���" ''-"'^i'   tit:U   We   l:SC  '*   il>  VV  KviLi:. 'i.',"-,i-' r.ti* siruc tjuivr n^<**�� t����  ��� til-fij \i> * !���'���'* put in jioaic count!io<.  !' h ii'ii:-' li ! ij'.-l- ii pepper tru ts miuic  tr.*5 v *.".vii:.i���! i'-�� itivat MivnntiiiOs. ami  ti^jp.-A*- In- :.'i.b' Kiis-v^'W'hb :dJ fortd-i  I, n*, .;,.���... i!.t- iipivlile. -In1 lhe onlil  n*.i;;i!'*>*i '�����*,*J? tlie ip'frtiien *Jsc 'il nn a  Ki:.iulri':. i..'.\i:-^ it' with wilier and  iir'.ii\:.*.; it 1-..' 11 i&'sjiid l<> he :in ami-  -: i-i.-,. .';j:u lakcii* the. }i|;kv uf  :;- f'!, *-;itii'ii:ti}l!?.  - \ :"/: [iH.jA-sly  iiRPfl are wlmh-  T..0  "ii   uf' cl'tves   i-i   used   for*  ���!:;. 11*1'.*������-. ;.i;:l its pnilK��'!��t. !^t',,���  :....-)!   ���.���iii'.in   it   an   vxe<*��'ilinely  ; I-. :'..<*;>' f.*!' tin' Ujothacln*.    hi'<*'''  ihi* i i"> r f iA.i.vi-s is i!t*-cd to wuiil  Bcmdforci^Xx^.^i^ii^ l^^  Addrcs-j,      K. j. C'lII.'Vrv i- ,-���  ���  Sold hy brngpitH. 7->   ^ & Co ' loieJo, O.  Hails KamiJy FillgJu,  i the bett.  Artvam,,,,,.,,  ,.f  ,lOIIK   K,.H,rnc<<0_  i ho last sunun,,, v.i��.��� i v. r,s ��., uy  way liack to Vienna, rmm th,. hwdkh',.  cure  In  tlio  mountain.*,,   i   fell ,,;*,.,. a  chlf  in  the  tvllijilit  ami  i,riJi��. S.J]1M.  uriiis and h-s aini out* thlm; or another  ami by ��nul hu-k  v.-:i�� fou-id bv M,n��-  ponsaiUri who biwl lost an a-fr, .iifid tlicy  can-Jed  im? to tho  m-an-st  lmbitntion  wiiieli   -iva.s   one   of   Uif.s-e   l.-irjiy,   ln\v  thateli roof��'f,i f.'irmfiouses, with "apart-  liients in the ���;:i'rH*t for the Cniiiils ui'i*.  ,a euniihiK lltth* p-jreii  mnler t!ie'(]<.,.p  tculilc (iceon-ti'd  with  i.,,x<.s ���(', |,,.i;/lj,  e'lloroii flower.-, nn'/J cats; on tlie proiiinj'  door  ii   lui-e  and'  li-ht  sitting   n.<)m,  si-li.nrated   from the ui'Ik' eiitUe apart  inent hy ��  paitiiioii, and  in tlie l.'ont  yard rose, st?itciy anil lino, tlio wealth  uud   pr'di;   of"tlie   house,   tin  pi!*;.  i Thai sentence Is .Germanic sulil kIjow.-  tliat I inn acquirlri-,' tliat sort of urn*,  ���ery f.f the art nnd spirit of the hie  yi'ii^e wliich enables n man to travel  ail 'hi.v in one sentonee witlnnit eljiiii*.-  I mi curs--Miirn Twain in -j'be ilau  That Corrupted M-n-Heyhiirj;."  iiisiinire  Ther**. cerer was, and never will be, &  aniTerrsal punaeca, in one rc-m<dy, for all ilia  to which fl. bh' ia heir���the very-nature of  many uurutivuo bein�� such Uiat were Uie  germs of other and diifereptly eeute-d dia-  enute-3 roottd in the gysiem of'the patient���  what would relieve one iii in turn would ag-  Knsvato U-o olh.r. We have,,however, in  Qpinino Wine, when' ohtunubio' in a bound,  unadulterated htuto,, n remedy,for many and  gricvoiu iils. By its gradual and judicious  eve tho fraileat syatcnid are ied inio convalescence and (���.troi:gth by the influence which  Quinine exert.-* on nature'-! own regtorat'.ve.s.  It relieves the droor ing spirits of tliow with  whom a chronic utato.of morbid deeix-nd-  ency and lack of iptcro.;t in life h a disease,,  and, by tranquilnint? Uie nerves, disiose-j to  BOUDd aud refrcj-hiug sleeij���im-virtu vi^or  to the action of tho hiv*-od, -which, being  stimulated, courses throughout the vemb,  strengthening tho hca, thy animal functions  of the'Fj'ettm. thereby making activity a  neccMiary rc-eult, ttrengihening the' frame,  and trivintf life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased subttuncc���result, improved appciite. Northrop <t Lyman.  of Toronto have (rivon to the public their  superior Quinine Wine al tho u^ual rate, ai-J,  caused by tho opinion of Ksientieta, this  I wine ap-jiroachea nearest perfection of any in  the market.   All dniin-idtb wll it.'  Owt of Sort*  lli id*  u;.iV(  I'i'W'-  i,ff ,'* io!il in mine climates. A (*''-'���' \  foj'.- i'f it i.i *.. :i::*> milk ore mildly t:li-  t.-ri.iai. 'i'i,;- xn-iii uf the oil of cloves \-<  C.A'-.y,\ vi.; > ! null hy t!u�� tmall vermin  w'i'li \\\? i,! <iid ivoodiMi furniture', an-,'  n few tin |w mi the(wooiJ\vork will i*eit-  ei\:)W ��irh.*- tbem out. 1��. early days  'ban,*; �����,*:������ .ilwayn rooked stack full of  'cbvi**--. aii,J this pnu'tiee is still kept up  in par!-; of the south. The spices give  utlie i:n-.it is ilelirate flavor.  '' I.KST WE FOItGET." '  Ladu-ri ,nf Canada :,  .The bond of union betwven the  mother mimtry ��.nd hor colon*o.s is  strong in time of necessity the colonies h.iie ahvays been loyal. I'��-  ifione I'.uiudian ladies, while they  cannot l-ear arms in lime, of war,'fan  ��sis*. their brother ,, colonists iii a  Mbsta-iual way, Ceylon and lii-im  produtv the. finest GREEN U'��s.  JjripkiTs of'Japan teas should U'.V  ��i. Monsoon,'Salnda and HSk"  kiM-on purkets'arc known to nil.���  ���olotust.  Prrcunn,  Son  Grata.  "No." Bald IJronebo Bob. '-'Crimson  Gulch hasn't any theater. You see, wv  **�� a iH'iiceable set, iiVul we don't wtiut  a;i}' tiouble iX we can avoid it. A ma-  K'ciaii canie ifloujr. and we had to treat  1;l!1! t-o relish that it siuilled our taste  'or the din inn."  |^id ho make liimsolf-dlsaKtVcable''"  ^'ery. l[t. (n,i ., |ol 0f t|10fn? sleigbt  of hiuid ti-ieUs witli curds and, tlieu  ,rif��l to j-lin Mim p frl^ndlv poker  pamp."-  l�� the deadliest and most  paintal malady to which  ���'iiaiikind is subject. Dodd's  Kidnuy Pills will, euro any  ca.'a: of IJright's Disease.  1 fbey havo nover failed in  one single case. They are  'tho only remedy that!ever  has cured it, and they aro  ���he bnly remedy that can.  ,' here aro imitations of  Xkld's Kidney Pills���pill,  wx and name���but imitations are dangerous. Tho  original and only -g-enultio  cure for lii-ig-bt's Disease is,  5  The Fedora���Vou look nil run down.  The  Phi-i���Yeti;   I   never  feel  well if 1  !osc my u:ip.--t.'bica-co News.  Wo havo no hcita'ion in tayins that Dr.  J  D KeHorkV )v..ntery Coidial is without  d��cntcry. d.urrhwi.. cnoh ra and   ijll -U  JiSc^r   Mo fi��rnould never bo without  bonie uhen their ch.Id.-on are U'elbmg.  Another   CiHinnnrrl}    I,..orru|��llo.��.  "The ure.i'. trouble with us." paid the  president of (be Pickpocket club, "is  tS:at v.e are Inclined to take tilings too  Kcriotisl.v."    , ,-    A..  ������Is ihot*so?" yelled the policeman,  who had mnnaged to slip in nnobserv-  0l] "Oi foiisht the mnin iliroublo wid  voz was.tbat yez took things mo aizy  Come on now! None nv that, or Oi |l  smasl, in your tinpannum!--Cbic.go  Tiines-lleriild. '_  -It would b<;ncr^_initi^to  f)ut  r,t  Sty I*.  no\d tiiat'.-! rather popular  ,u.     '.Ve're   t-'elllna   a   tmod  ��� ii'iiy copies of  "is it alinui Bometliin^ that hnnpen-  ('" 100 je.irs or more a��oV"  ���v    IK': ilL< a 'Modern society novel."  "->o blood, no fire*, no Indian massa-  ere.s in it?"  AXot!iin- of tbe kind, ma'am."  "Perl'eetly proper'.'"  "Entirely .so, ina'uni,"  "Then I don't want it. Our best people are nut readin- anythin- of that  kind now."-fiilc:itfo Tribune.  Miiiail's .Liniment Cures DipliMa.  *     Aoclrtent  of ISirlli.  Employer���now is it you claim to be  en Irishman when you were born in  America?  Pat���Faith, and if a kitten was afther  bein bom in nn' oven, would it be a  loaf of breadV-Exi-haugu.  PALE Al BLOODLESS.  THOUSANDS OF ANAUMIC GIRLS  HURRYING TO THE GRAVE.  all  Pie For Uie i:attor.  Foreman���De  telegraph   page  pied!  Editor���Never miud; run it as it' is,  oad I'll label it the only original Ciii-  nece dispatch', tiaushuion v> follo.w  tomorrow.���Syracuse Herald.  RAI.WdRU Montreal.  Free nas. Aiu.  BAliB.Uri.iIj, p.t,���Wup.    K.p.jLOOea.  LoeuliiiK  ilie {Hclrifle.  Magii/ine Jldiior- What do you mean  by o'Tf-rimi ii.e tliis '.-ti.i. ami caiiiug it  pin'teyV Tiieiv isn't a /leam of sense  ii: it from .'..���;ri*i!'in,1 to eii'l  Poet feynip lie* . ,X;.a- ehwlyi -Il'mi  Irr!ta!.i!ify. [���;���_'!.: |.oi-:X:ii discernment,  low.    Say, vosi "in X. a re.-,;'  MlBari's Liniment Cures Distemper.  &?-1  "Talkin of M-edclin's, ain't yer never  seed henny one yer conld marry 1"  "I aiu't. The woman' as geeks me  'and must bo no hordinary hindivid-  uall"���Judy.   '  LA "TOSCANA," fl%��$>S8&  Oh,  tlie Uok lloie!  Judy hears that smart ladies now  decorate their pet dogs with bunches of  flowers attached to the collars It ia  suggested that for the collie the canli-  flower would be a sweetly pretty and  appropriate blossom. ���Judy   ,  Consolation. *  "Well, doctor, how does the patient  seem'A c  "If he lives through' the night, madam, we needn't give n'p hope,- but ii  not yon' most be prepared for the  worst!"���Der Floh.  A Young IiBtly at Cobourg, Out., Whose  Case V/us Pronounced Hopeless, Tells  How.SheKejjamedjrcalthaiidStreng-lh  ���A X.e0.soii to Jlotliers.       '  Anaemia is the term used by doctors  to indicate poverty of the blood. The  alarming, especially among young  girls, and a large percentage of the  altogether too numerous cases of consumption which annually ravage the  country have their origin in this  trouble. The first-indication of anaemia-is a pale, sallow or waxy complexion. This is followed by loss of  appetite, frequent 'headaches, indispo-  tion to exertion, swelling of I nubs,'  -violent heart palpitation tind frequently fainting fits. These symptoms  may not all be present, but the more  there are the greater the urgency for  prompt,and effective treatment,which  should be persisted in until all traces  of the trouble have vanished. Among  the thousands who have been brought  near to the brink of the urrave from  this trouble, and' ultimately restored  to health through the use of ' Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, is Miss Bella  Boyii, au estimable young lady'whose  home is at' Cobourg. Miss Boyd gives  her oxperience as follows :���  "It 'is nearly ten years since my illness first commenced, and although I  was doctoring more or less I received  little ,or no . benefit,'    aa  the doctors  did' not seem to' understand my trouble.     Two years ago my health    became so bad that another doctor -was  called' in, and he stated tha^( my case  was a most severe type of anaemia,  and that while he could help me the  trouble    had     progressed   to    such a  stage  that he could  hold ,  but little  hopes of a cure.,,   Ab this time I was,  as   pale   as    chalk,   my   eyelids   -were  sv. oilen  and .would  hang  down  over  my eyes* like sacks of water:   My. feet  and limbs would swell, and were always cold.     I was subject to violent  headaches, "evere palpitation of    the  heart, and if I stooped over T woii'.rt  be so  dizzy that I could  scarcely regain an upright���position.     T-Ty" appetite failed  me almost-entirely,  and I  grew  so    weak ���   that T was  a mere  wreck.      While   in  this     condition    1  read   in  a newspaper  ..f the cure     of  a- ybut.g girl .whose  cn��e "was  much  like mine, through the use of Dr. Williams'   Pink   Pills,   and  I   determined  to* try  them.      Those  who  knew  me  did  not think any' medicine could do  me any good or that, I would    over  get  better,   but I determined at,    all  events   fo give  the0pills  a  fair  trial.  I have used  them  for nearly   a year  with  the result that I feci like a.new  person.      The swelling in  my eyelids  nnd,limbs has disappeared:  my appetite, is good and my face ,is regaining  the color which left it years, ago.     1  cm sew* und do.,work about   the house,  and   this'great   chango   in   my   condition   i\��'due'solely  to   the   use  of  Dr.  Williams" Pink 'Pills:      Jt   i.��  not   too  little to say that thoy have saved my  life  and    I strongly     urge  girls  who  are similarly af\iicfed ,to give them a  thorough  trial. , ��� ,  ��� MATRON   AMD  MAID.  It i? .stnt.-d ihat Mi--.* O.ddick. author  r.r "A '-.Vliile Woman In Central Africa,"  .���omempl.-iti"-; lakii-s i:p tbe late Miss  Mary   ICin^-sley's work  in  west Africa.  Mine, fr'aiaii dA'and believes that every  woman sluaild kiihw how to cook and  mj's rl.at. a*= l>,-;,"!'-h women hav* revolutionized mu'.-'In^. .-he hopes tbry will  now ievelutioaize cooking.  , A French wilier dt ���-���.���ril.es Mine. Botha,  wife of the Ih.er general, as "a rlcnde:*,  elegant, fair haired woman of ',)'���). dres&rd  in :i well cut violet eostinue relieved by a  little bunch uf cainations."  .Mine. I'aili's boudoir at Craig-y-Nos  is i;:iyi.v d'JvoiateJ 'villi th'* ribbons taken  from bouquets whk'i have been thrnwn  to ber. Amonj,' lliem are s:*i:i��. which  art- biuiily prized, bavins been received  many years sii'o.  HlMrt's Liniment Cures Garget li Cows.   -  She Cm-ed  Ili:n of Love Kllndncau.  Ti.ni��� l'o you believe in dreams?  DUk���1 used to, but I don't any more.  ';���,,-������������ \ot    as    superstitious    as    you  '.e.c, ihV  l.i:(*k--0!i. it wasn't a question of sn-  :*.-.;itieii. I v-a- in love with one once,  i.il she jilted, uie.-Philadelphia Press.  Hinard's Llnlmcat Cares Colds, Eic,  Dnt a Hood One.  "What are you buying nil' those traps  for'.'" ' ,  "Doctor's orders. lie tells me I neca a  little recreation and ins'sls that I should  .'0 deck .hunting with him."  "Uuk! Seems to mc tlist's a sort oi  quack remedy."  Force of llnlilf.*'  "I saw vou take some money out of  one pocket* and put "it in smother." said  one of the del elites nt a convent ion.  "Yes" a lowered the cold blooded politician." "It's force o. Imbir. 1 just voted for myself."  Ac    PaUMKI.F.F.'S    VriSKTAH'C   Piuji   con-  ^Mln,dr:,keandl>iii,eb^,h.^cn��  jr.   Story of Whlat����T.  Tl- Boston Transcript says:    A dl-  i ,    t - m\,} of tie bovbooo  vprllni,' nnccdote i.- told ci uu      ���  of 5I, ^x^z;"'^<��  ImllVORSOIliRt       H*-     ",IS    'M1     .   , _,���l.  some onjrlnocrs who ��<����� J llls  ornto maps on coppe       On.   d.ii  ,mployer nskod  b.m l��je Mjo    o  etch maps on coppor-    Oh. >i*��  elcbApromptly .uiswered young ��.i.b(  :U^sa matter of fact lie ha^iiever.  ^���n^r^ve6   biU>oh"ppor,  However,   tnoy   ^*lv L -���-.-  and he set to work, m  and   beautiful   map  "      ' VV illL'l      "  "   0  ,aUing�� very hue  Hut   round   the  fl,ul   oeauu.u.   .�����"���       ,   wh011 bitten  edges of the plate, w hlc��A  thcclilofliiu'wlf. ,innn(.nt,(1- to   (to  : "Shortly   after   lie bappe u<      ^  ftWay torn week tmt,0{<iw]   ^  ���^s*^v*ss*&******B*'*%  chief  being ^^        ^ lance to Unit  cause of its great ^?^0(] ni ih*  ^dignity of the thin.   '>-'"-;ilis,cd  0���..  .Whistler's    roti.m    nt  BANKERS AND j|  BROKERS. ... |  362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG   |  �����*'*.* ..J  %  Stocks and bondd bought. Bold and. ^  ��        'carrlc-d   on   roar��in.    Listed |  | U    niioins Mocks carried |  1.      BROKERS, ETC.,        |  i Dominion BankBuM^ WimiPeg jf  r  The "cash" is the most common circulating coin of China. Tt Is a copper  nnd zinc piece about the size^of the  American cuuirter of a dollar, with a  square hole in the center for convenience in stringing many* of them toco f hor.        . '  Ofp&osnc Der-vj-gemekts or thb Stomach,  Liveb jlnd Blood are speedi'y removed by  tho active principle of the ingredients entering into the composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. These pills act specifically on  the deransed organs, stimulating io sr.tion  the dormant energies of the system, thereby reiuovina- disc se nnd renewing life and  vitality to the afflicted. Iu this lies the creat  secret of the popularity of Parmelee's Vegetable pills.  A  Pniii-y  Ssjrprlse.  This'story is told by n man who tlis  ������kos nothing so mr.ch as to be asked  jiiestions:'"My'little,girl is very fond  of seashells," he said, ."and, Iniviug  neen called to Atlantic City ou business one day, I took advantage of tbe  'opportunity to run down to the beach  ie see if I could pick up a few. I was  ���.���.trolling along the sand, gathering a  few shells and pebbles/which 1 placed  in my handkerchief. Vhen along came  one of those old idiots' who ask questions with their mouths which their  eyes could answer.  "He smiled upon mo aud said: 'Fine  day. isn't it?  Are you gathering shells?'  ������ 'Xo.' I snapped back, saying the  first thing that popped into my mind;  Tin looking for a sot of false teeth I.  lost while in bathing.'  "lie expressed his sympathy, mid  then his face lit up as bis eye caught  sight cf a pink and white object on the  sand. 'Well, I, declare.' Here they are  now!' he exclaimed, nnd, sure enough,  he picked up a set of false teeth lying  right at his feet. I was 1oo surprised  to"do anything but grab them and put  them in my pocket. The funny part of  it is that f never had a tooth pulled in  my life. I woivle" wL">.*b��t false Bet  belongs t*."  :p.(r  Wild  Wares,  "What are nboriirities,  ��� "Abofitrines., Hubby, my people., who act  alb the time, the  wny   y.-ii .<b>'. \V!u*n   wp  have eoinp.i'.iy."-CI''���'������-> Ueeyd.   :  Ciivi'.-t's ol'..peai-h-...around whieh twine,  ���'ribbons of. pji'le blue, oi* pink eiianiel make  very eb'a nniiii'. sma'! ht-ocehes. A b.ar.d  .some I'l.'i.iij: in a sii.-r.iA 'carved 1'in.ii is t'*:e  ||e':id ul' it. lioi'i boh'.i-it: .:> ili'i'Vond in ilii  '���uiouih.-  :' THE UNIO^ JACK. i  which floats over Britain and all her  colonies is emblematic of the. adage,  "Iii union there is strength." The patriotic ladies of Canada can exemplify that adage, and indulge a patriotic sentiment, by assisting their  .English- Scotch, and Irish cousins who  produce the pure machine-made  G-UEEN.. teas of Ceylon and India.  Tea drinkers will find the Blue K".b-  bon, Monsoon nnd Salada green teas  a. pleas'.ant change from Japans.-Colonist. .   .       ' ��� ��� ��� !:  Erik:'.  Paula**, a  German architect,  '-o  vear'j    ni  ,1  lias lieen e(lSl^ni���-^ ioned to  bu:bi a'ho-pital al 'Mediasch, Germany,  fiie' is tbe daughter oT an engineer and  Ii.ia a!i'".idy piiiuntd and creeled several  lar^e end exiieni-ive buildings.  The l'i.--t n.-ime r,r Mine. Calve's sifrna-  liiri* is ahvayi, a p!:sc:.lo to tbe unintiated.  Tbe "E" look*- like an npriuhi whip'with  the ln:-h loopid. and' the two "ins" are  merely *>ix -.si ai-rlil marks at.etiual intervals The ":i ' is (.''������'���tin'.'iiis-liiible, bin it  is the only leller in the nanie'lhat is.  Mi*-'.*- Margiiret, J. Ivvaus.'(lean of the  w'.ini'ii".*-. depiiiiir.ent of C.*n li-ti.n (.Minn.)  edlli'Ke. bas ju>t cu::spleted her twenty-  tl��lb year as profi s^or of JCuniisli litera-  1'ire. A lady, \vbo--e name i-->, withheld,  has offered iM^hQUO towurd a memorial  fund to ,Miss' Evans- and ?:'*(M!0l) lo lhe  college i'li condition - that 1*10(1.000 be  raised prompllyl,  The Earl of ^1 iji:<��. viceroy of Canada,  ���md Lady Miuloare now in the Eloudike  On their way weht Lady Minio dist'in  Kiiished' hcrseif by riding on the en\vp  catcher wlu-n ihe tiain was pa-^in;:  'through lhe ItoeUies in "order to iak<  .snaj) .-hols of'the scenery. A.- a rvsult  ���-ihe' iia's a f|)ieudi(l eolh'i-tiny of photo-,  graphs of the Canadian iiiouniain' fast-  uewi*3.    - r     , '  ;''   '     THE 'ROYAL  BOX.'"  Qiieen h-ahella. TO year/? old and sadiy  broken'''in !a-a!:!i and sj-.irii. desiies' to  end ber ibvi- in F-p-iin. fiom which she'  has been biini-lieil for 'l:i je.-irs, ar.d  there i> ^noll pio*-p. et (hut I ier vii.ih wiii  he gratified. .  , It is now a niali.-i- of physical impossibility .for i lit* quci a io .open parliament,  and her majesty has not,been --eel* in the  hoiii-e of lord.-i .since Peln-uai-y, 188G  The ceremony involves much walking,  and a staircase has to lie climbed.  The, little king'of Spain prefers bull-  lighiing to any imported sports. Some  one recently asked him if he played golf.  "! do not," be replied, "and 1 thank  heaven that I piefei the .���unu.-eiiiCuts of  Spain, to those of Scot land oi- any other  country."  Clever writer though she be,���the queen  of Itoumania would not he of much .service in,'a newspaper'oliieo. She cannot  work, with the pen unless she is 'sur-  'rounded with Hewers.. So passionately  fond of (lowers is she that -"-hi- is not  happy iu a room where floral 'decorations  do not "figure.       '     '    '  Amateur photography is a fail with the  shah of Persia, and he lias become- quite  skillful iiMho use of the camera. lie has  a positive mania for being taken in every  conceivable attitude and dress and. has  even boon photographed in bed. ' Photo-  grae.hs of his maj,esty have been exhibited  in uncomfortable Pnistiai) military attire  and in thecgarb of an  Ee"'1-1-,  Ofir handsomely illustrated 100 page Catalogue  will be sent you on application.  This will place the  largest and choicest  jewelry stock in Canada  at your disposal.  We are, doing business  on the closest possible  margin of profit, guarantee safe delivery of goods  and cheerfully refund  money if you are not  thoroughly satisfied. '  OZXTSTID OKTOB.  (Trad�� Mark Registered November 21,1890.)  Dr. Sancho agrees to take instruments back  at liaif price If parties iiting them are not benefitted after using for five we.'.ks.  F. Free, Winnipeg, savs: I have used "Oxyd-  onor" for tvvo weeks tor Kr'<nuhitis and Catarrh of the Head, and I feel  Ike. a neiv man.  Mrs. F. L. Coolr, Winnipeg, says: .2 had suffered untold agonies from Bnght's Disease, and  tt relieved mo of Pain, and iu b.x. wc&Ss 1 wai  cured.   X  Mr. W.'G.lilhvorthWWinnipeg, 'says: I have  suile ed for 01 years vri.th iirliouiar rheamati3m;.  was In hospital for 5 weeks, and used almost  every remedy, Including mesmerism galvanism,electric "belt, etc. I have used Osydonor  10 days and reaeived more benefit than from  .nythinff elso.  Mrs. Gagner; Wlnnlpcgi says: I have nssd It  heneflcially with iny family whenever aicki  and it has cured mo of severe indigestion and la  grii>]>e.      ���������������'  SuVdealers "wanted.in every district. Address  Win T. Ci-ibhins,'Grain Exchange, Winnipeg..'  Send for Booklets of grateful reports.  ��r  50 Years  ir1 oi  mothers have been giving their  children for croup, coughs and  colas  me  yrustrnnieiits. Drums, Uniforms, Ktc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN HA^E A  BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Vine catalogue  60.) illustration? mailed freo. Write us for any*  thin*; in Music or Mimical Instruments.  Whaley Royco & Oo..-T��^��*g��;Si:  SBliSS  Con  Cpre  Mothers���have you Sin loii in  the house at all times? Do,  you know just where you can  find it if'you need it quickly���  if your .little one is gaspinij  ana choking with croup? If  you* haven't it get a bottle.  It will save your child's life.  "Shiloh  always  cured  my, baby   of   croup.  coughs and colds. 1 would'.not be without u.  MRS. ROIJLN'SO.V, loo. f.ric.  Siilloli's C<iimijni)lion* Cure is Bold by all  drugginfs in C**.nj*-*'la unci Unifejl St.iNs.ut  ��.">��-, 5(11:1 81.00 a hot tin. In firear llriialji  at X-K. 2rt.f ^s. 3d., iuhI 4s. ()<1. A printed  guarstnlre goes ' ivitli every bottle. JfyoJi  aro not satKfle<T go to your tlrugj;iht uis<l  get yoiii* tnonpy hack.  ,  Write for illustrated  book  on Consumption.   Seol  without cost to yon.   S. C. Wells -fe Co,, Toronto.  Hessian Postal Automobile*-.  Tbe administration of* the -roneral  post oflice of St. Petersburg lias introduced an automobile traflic for  tho transportation of the 'mail from  the , railway stut ions of tbe capital  to tbe post office, it is now intended to introduce -automobiles also for  the delivery of post   parcels.  RHEUMATISM CURED .  By Dr. MciaugMin's Electric Belt ���  :p.a.-2-  -v^-iaiEisr   OTJI?.Elf>.  I make this proposition to you fairly, and  carry it out fairly���you don't have to pay a  cent till you are cured. I could not do this  if my belt was not tuperior'to all other electrical body appliances. It never costs a cent -.  for repairs; 1 wairant that, tind it gives a  current which you can feel, and regulate and  which will not burn. *  I   TAKE   THE   CHANCES.  You might think I am taking long chances  ou my remedv. I don't. There is more in  .electricity, rightly applied than you think.  It performs wonders in a broken down man.  It not only sets the wheels of health and ���  vigor in motion, but makes a1 man feel so  gloriously young and light-hearted that he  can't help telling of it.  Pay me when cured���that is my proposi-  tion. It is an easy one for you to accept.  Will you accept it,? Then don't wait till  your "trouble gets chronic.  pnfp E)nn \9 If you cannot call, send for  ��Htfc DilUK mv beautiful bo��k full of  lruth for the sieic and ailing. It is sent seated  FItEE.  Dr. M. B. McLaiiglilm  130 Y0NG-E ST., TORONTO.  ^..��.^..��.^..��.^..��.^-.��.-^-r��.-4-����-|-.��.-^-.��.^-��.-^-����  ���    ,��� iT  To'Loan on improved farms at cui-   t  rent rates.   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THE ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO,, MONTREAL  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  ALBERT TOILET SOAPS.  W. N. Ih   301  ��� in this  N.   The  ed have  editary.  ij.  t,1   You  ��� 4  i  k  ���I  '"  , ,^  W  ion-  ft  V4  ' %  ic.  P"  ��� ,  -ti  ,  I*  in one  Simcoe,  a.      n~  ally,  went  Wa�� not  1  tely cured  '   f  icquaintrd     '"  ^1  lrl by all  t  |  56a.t��\q at  /���  t HrliHin  7.1  i printed  *^B  .    Jfyou  r S  ���gibt and  ion,    Sent  i*:'i  oronto.  i H  ���  y B  . ,cc!df>nt  ' in acci-  'Imt' in-  ut-b  as  , year.���  elected  tin the  ���proves  ' I ap-  jround  . ou try  3-made  *somc-  es im ���  5n.s by  Blu<��  , ��� pack-  oryou  Id.    It  wiser,  o your  .   "Do  about  -Ralti-  . JSTew  rly six  'lrriinpf  ttuex-  :, and'  ad not  f got a  iTHIC  v ny as-  relief,,  jerfeot  ICE  CO.  590.)  back  >t ben-  Oiyd-  d 6a-  tan.  d sui-  e,and  I wai  Thave  it ism;  lmost  .lvan-  ionor  from  sed it  sick,  nd la  iires��  ���eg.  t  rles,  3��p-  orch  sre-  itreal  Id all  "The ,  rtiin  ' and  Hai  ands  ��� ed  .. on-  boa,  ath��  ,'ldoa  onto,  a.  ���Ml  >��ar.  ly  ed,  ^  w^^&t^tffi&m; ,AA' *���  d ,   * r y. -  L-: f-ktx -  iff., #?V'  |*A'.M-;-  Ts-' i' Y'i'i '*i''i'-i  lx'   i-'i- >*..;���*  ..-t>  r  CSWBWHGWSS  gjgjWsgggg^^ggigggg^^ ������ ���a����M^?rwggr,  lfxhm>.'  |>fVLi'itf"'.'' '  ** tf >*; ���? ��� ���*��  r-'yiiY'E'"  B'.V*$'  tr;.  %-mW-''- ���  ���*   -f'fl2��{ l -  :.  ������hi.'f��: - T  i��a- m��;- ;  IRA-A-i.  Ji ?4a ���  |*   j* S$;X t  .'  >4  1   '.-  i.'  .,y,  ;���*;, I Ay. i  ,"/ i$% ���������  ...a'    .3:1;^.':  .] * W-i- ���!  "'*��� ^y  '1  11* & fV  h'A,';-?. ?*'n'**/?���]  tf 'Sf.iviM '  .������j' r!ii /���?''?! >|  r . ;.: ���t./tili, H  .V.i'lUW*  '   J ft ;:||4��  to  <\-  ()*t  '��� , " 11 ^ *s  r-:^',��",'��� ��r a  ���ii-'*\!,-J'-?'J  THH QUUHS IS A I.ADJ,  A sure sign of vulgaraily is harsh  treatment of dependents, and ecpecial-  ty of domestic servants  This far land is crowded Yfith women  v.'ho imagine themselves "Indies," yet'  '}. jannize over  women   less  fortunate  who happen io work for them.  , American men���of    the  would-be  superior cLss���are often  just as  bad,  '    iviiii their bullying of waiter*?.    It is no  unusual thing in America to have your  dinner and  temper  spoiled by,  some  upstarts abuse of a scrvent superior  to  him in every!hing save lhe  size  of   a  bank account. ���  So much by way of preface to a  ���story about the Queen of England.  , The,story is published' because that  particular kind of underbred Americans that illtreaU dependents cannot  l>e reached by moral argument, but  might possibly be reached by reference  " lb royalty..  This story , about Queen ��� Victoria  -*.v:ist.told by the Dean of Windsor <o  j'lofegtior Sevan, who recently told trie  Hory fo a j'oulbful gatbeiing' at tbe  C'ui:;ch Congress.  A lichen ma'id  m  the   pto.ctf   was  very   ill.   Tha   Queen   happened - (0  HWMfl'B.P1 fffimiJiJJit ^'-^tn p lu '���fftfgiat*yp��ffi ��� ���[ia^jB��,'.. e_.  A SISTER.  BY  OWEPjTDOrjCIi? OVBBTOH.  .Aircny wives generally have mun&r-  .vied sisters. These sisters always come  out to .visit them, and the rest goes by it-  self.  1  Mrs. Lorrilard had nn unmarried Bister.   She was very attractive.   She was  far more, attractive than Mrs. Lorrilard  over could havo been.   The girl's name  was Spencer���May Spencer.   She was  18 years old, if you took her word for  it;   and slio was blond and phik and  .whit-e and plump.     She   came   from  Gome placo ia Ohio, and she visited Uie  Lorrilards at Stanton���which is in New-  Mexico,  10O miles from the (railroad,  across Dead_Mao's valley (there is ol-  wnv  ALASKAN CANNIBALS.  OoW Seebers  Will Soo Thorn Bn  Route to the Klondike.  Qtie'cr Aboi*rt��*tnes WIioso Caatoma aad  Habits     Are     Baaed     Up opt "  Xtellef a to the (taper*  natxtrol.  '  Along the coast oi -southern Alaska  dwell BOme very queer aborigine^ as  gold seekers flocking- to the Klondike  ,0 ��� tv,,, u    ,       ,,-   .-       a region Svili aurely discover.   They do  R^?-i?^V^S Yfl<?'} 0Ild ^^   the nx��t-of tlie freighting* aeroas tke  steep Mia and a lava bed a mile wide,   passes into the interior, cStying l��aS  It you have never seen a lava bed, you  cannot appreciate thai   You might try  to imagine tha ocean lashed into lury  by a simoon, then fancy its great waves  and billows and swells c&anged  suddenly to dark gray-brown, stone at the  height of tlie storm, and you may form  ���i vogue idea of what-the lava, bed between Tort Stanton and the railroad'is  like.  Tt frightened Mlse   Spencer   badly.  Fhe ambulance went slipping*, and sliding, and coasting, and thumping', And  lxmndiog over, the ono passable part,  -in a way that onlv an ombulajK?* own;  !������.,, tun*       1    .       1    1   u .     .-i ' ducte<*by a driver who has spent his life  le?ru thaU doctor  had  been  h lis I ily; on Arizona and New Mexico roads could  called for oue off,, (he  palace servants, possibly ��� stand.   It put all the la.ws of  CeJOtO the doctoi' ar.ivecl (he Queen centripetal force and of equilibrium at  had been to see Lbe latcben maid and ff^K ^'Md **�� ^our,mules were  ����� ,   .     .,   ,   . ���, , ,aws unto .themselves.'"  letirnwhat  fl.lod  her.    She  made'no .'Miss Spencer was not aoeustomedTo  mm  Iv. \ \i' $-t.\t  fine royal speech.., On  the'    contia-y  that sort of thlfifiu   SL& stood it as long  on their backs, hut their population dur  ing many centuries has been so shut  away  from  other tribes hy gigantic  ranges of  sitow clad mountains that  they have developed a peculiar culture  and customs H.fl&nowai anywhere else.  Hence the exceptional value of a mono-'  graph about them- prepared   by   Dr.  1' Prana Boaz, a distinguished ethologiaf;  whieh ia to be published shortly by Sie  Natioiial museum.  ' These natives may ho said to live  largely in, a world of imagination, inasmuch as their customs and habits of  living are based to a great extent upon  Ideas and beliesfc wholly supernatural.-  Creation* from their point-of view, is  peopled by'strange monsters and'de=  mons, which, whHe morally hostile ,to  man., may be rendered friendly and even  ,helpful -with' the aid of certain cere*:-  toonials of'a quasi religious cnaractdr.  ���   For osarapUs the most important of-L  Keating- Stoves.  Cooking Stoves,  Stove Furnishings,  Enamelled Ware,  Granite Ware,  Builders' Supp es,  Sewing Machines,0  Hotel Supplies,  Paints, Oils, Glass.  CALL ON  Tin'smitbiag aud   plurabin  necliou.  I * ��i ���."f j*li ~  p^*  Jp-Mf?  li-1 'm  wmlr  .1  tom:  f* "PJy dear, I got- up hei'e: it has been  Jaiher b.iid wojk for me, ,bi>t   I  sat  down o t l.'^c H-X.\-fs aa:i lo.-iipv/1'  TUit-wrs '"Oimiich o'j speech.  EnLUie* mtji'i j/oAt, is iXtf:- Pcoiile  w"io h.ivc ">co2 accnsio"j";r,u io: a ,cei'-'  i.iX ':e"'glb' -,[ lime  to .-be  assistance  of qi.lierlu-nnr-.i ".leA.'^a ujd out tb?t,i'u  'Ti.\vs to ..icit i;ie--n l;iad3y.  1 We iviTPi (b."(,i many 01 on,- uore  foolish men -1 -id ivonieu will be moved  by &oohbiah.ibs3, il by no better motive  io C0;>v the Q'.'ee ''s wave,���S.t.i.uJaer.  V*J*&  'ia  Tbe n-iO't ro.rr.-.v.e e l-c. l'itne-ortt on'  Uio ccali;-.cu'- ofKr/iih' Aliu.'c;. . Si..-  tiaf-ed miflsl fecei-e/y rtnrlv-iileri i'or  eraiuluer. THE HALCYON HOT  SPKING'S Sanitarium, PHalcyon .Hot  Hpriugs, Aa-rmv Luke, B. C: Resident  physician and nurse, Bo.iliag fishing  kud exclusions. . Tolearcpirb com-  ttuituc.ilion with all parts n{ tho  tvorld. Two raailss arrive and depart  daily.   Terms, $15 to   $18 per week  pcconjing   to   residence   in  hotel  or j ffrc>d horsOTn6,* and when she had drunk  viU,*i?.   lis baths cure ail  nervous and   'SfJj? hfd out hcr broG^ little foot.  bothered tho major a good deal  already, and ht* was getting tired, so  he did not say anything, btit simply  told tlie drivea- to "slor/ up" and let MLss  Spencer gqt out by herself, c  She fell behind after* a moment, and  ,the ambulance went   relentlessly' on,  creaking, flapping its'canvas, clanking  its chains, its .brake screeching shri'lv.  And as itdisa-ppeared, sometimes lost to  sight in a "great hollow, sometimes toiling up a smooth face oi 3a,va, Miss Spencer felt herself abandoned,' indeed, in  a Now Mexico defeert undei-taiat,tcnible  midsummer suii.   The heat was fiery,  scorching, parching.   The sky wse like  hot blue'glass.   She   wondered   why,  when the lam was hot enough to burn  hor feet through the soles of,her shoes,  .t aid not melt or gftrw soft. ��� She kdpt  on walking because she was air-aid to  stop      Twice she" slipped and fell and  cut ier hands.     Under   the   porous,  piled-up rock,' rabbits and owls and  quail were hidden; thei-e were snakes.  too   and lizards.'   At   first   she    was  , Tightened- when, they scurried by her  but soon, with her head ringing and  her e.^8 dnzed with congested   blood  Sf ri mOXlth ��pen aQd Rs dTy ^ flour,  she did not even notice {hem.  She reached the end of the huge roc\-  Tiver at last, and found the ambulance  waiting. The driver was asleep, and  ;^0_���ajOr' waa dr>kitig been-.   He"of-  JOSiSPH NEIBEKSTADT, Prop.  Lager beer sold  by the 7<Ieg or dozen  bottles.    ' "  .  Bottled Beer  in Stock.. ...  hniscuir.r diseases.   Its wr.iejs beel all  kidney, liver   and  (stomach (roubles.  The baths and waters   are   an. invalu-  <-,hle remedy for silver and   lead poisoning. , , V  (i  MX  |e, "*   >H\?>Z> 1"  t M'-'-sSi^,^  - i   j.-.'-A* >  1 ;��� ';^ b  I   1      - . re   ,1   _,   -"  'S Jilfc r.'  Bli'  t    - '-��<���.'!   V p  M>> ������ !r.J Vvl"* 1  m�� "i!'" ,,'Vj."$,!���  f  i'T-  ���Jn&t Saved Bis tire.  'It was a thrilliug esc.-pe ih&l Cburles  J^avis of Bowerstou,   6..   l.-i.ely   bad  from a frightful deaih.   For two years  a severe lung rronble ct��ne(an'fcly grew  worse until it seemed he nuisf; die   of  Consumption.   Then he began lo  use  Di. King's !\Tew Discovery  and  lately  wrote:   "It gave   instant   relief   and  effected  a  pertrixnent   cuie."    Such  wonderfulciues   h:\ve   for   26   years  p oven i.,'s powe,' io   c;i v   rl\ Tbioat'  Obest and ,Lin:g  i;oi'b!"����.    Price 0O2  and 5��1.00. Every   hoyile   Ai'^-nteed.  TrijlbatOcf f.frept P.D. Kope-'s  drug  store.  ' ���. .'   A  Vh.*  ���?'���!  ti'W  A: '? Ij  '*>, y i  ���VTatcliiiiakin-'.  ������C. 0. tJamamer respectfully io**-  foima ihe jiublic tl;..t ho is a practicnl  ivmcji make, i-cvi 3 rt-cj-k- rl et lhe  bench foi J-i yet1,:.-1 i.. li^io-i, M.ns.  A fine colleciioji of WpvcIipi, Clocks  and Jewelry will be heie thortly bo  kindly bold otdeia iitvJ! tbo-i. Prices  will sui'Mti.-.S <\i6 ua.ives. Ifoiiost  ^���ork ohd hoticst ;yi y is m.v xnoi lo.  Speclsclee s ud .goggles.  Yoins respeelfully  .      , .0. O. D'eraatfrei.  , Oppose   ihe' Kco* en ay Hoi el   till  belter loou'ed.  ^tife*S5W<(tfe^>����fa'.-^-��-rTEi����-������r.  < y  -   i  ' A1  . r  11  ���'^sgswMaweJg*^'1'  Thade' P.Iarks .  ^Wi��lw^   * ���*    Designs^-  .������rr.rX J,- ��� Copyrights &c.  naUw^in8 ^ 8br,t^h nnd description way  lnvpnt?r>�� m ni��h���?,VJ ��Pin*?n free whether an  li��� n . -"L%   Probably p.-itontable.   Comrnunirn-  *^SS?ft^  . tniif Ic 'Jittiericatu ���������  mIUSot'Si"Itt^/^S* ^eebir. i.wcst clr-  year -four ���^th0Die?,tlflS ^"rnal.   Terras, $3 a  l& Co.88,B����^y. few York  'My ��hooa are aJl cot to pieces, 'and  they were new and awfully heavy ������  "Yoiji should have kept still," he answered.  Now, Miss Spencer wjmtcd sympathv  andwhenBhedidn'tgetitshetookadte-  i-iJ0^ major; ond Realise Ghe disliked -him, ehe eventually made   him  sorry.  J*^6 firat fortnight of her visit sho  mi* not preity.   She was sunburned  rrc?m her passage of the lava eea.  Ser  face, was red and swollen, then blotchy,  and lastly peely.   After that ehe returned to the nottnal pink end white  i>nc- was ��lq oaly girl at) tlie poafe and  there was a bnchelor/a brevet bachelor  a young1 contract surgeoh, and 2daj!  Bocae's son,  .The bacKelof officer waa  studious���the kind thai have much faith  arid think that tbe great fathers iu  JVashlngtori wilJ  reward lleutebatiis  who pass high exams. ��rft3 have i'dcan on  interesting study and one which to' be  successful requires   .technical   knowl-  ��ige,   In the-large vineyards, as a rule,  the owner ..himself givei personal snper-  rision to every detail-*    sometimes    a  ma-nog'er or'overseer   performs   these  3uties.   One of the largest growers in  ihis section tells rae that the moat sue-  Misisful grower Is th-b foreigner   who  Willi hia family of eight or ten cornea'  and leases or buys 25 or 50 acres of  tand; each member of the family having  lis or her part ia the work to 'perform  from spring until picking time, while  tbe winter is devoted to the making- of  the. baskets.   Thus no outride expenditure is-iheurred and when, the grapes ajxi J  sold the proceeds, return to the family  is the profit on. tho individual labor of  ���each member���quite in contrast, with  the jarge owhfer ivho ia compelled to  hire help to- do each lit We thing, in addition to buying his baskets.  The Concord grape ia tbe only variety  'jS any consequeiice Ktiscd in this region, and some idea oE the magnitudc-  ?f the business carried on may be had  when it is known that the shipment*,  this year from Cbatitttuqua county alone  amounted to 3,500 car loads, 3;000' basket's of ten pounds each in. each   car.'  These are taken from the grower by  softie one of the'num'eroiis growers' associations, whose.business it islto'fiml  i 'market.    Strange as it may seem it is  nevertheless tr��p,1tha,fc .three-fourths of  ihem. go  to poijtt^AV^t of    Clucago,'  ivhile.. tihe other .on&-f our th travels east-  A-aa*d..     x     ���'.-(������.     A  The making ^ib^k^k is an important ���item. Mo.i.y foVvtories are 'employed. Tbe p-fj^ n/n^s from two f o  vvo and ahpli ef.r,f.,'^f. basket;' thus  the grower who y." on id find lii's business'  in any -way profJtflble miisl. in addition  t-o f!y.. ct--,l...i-* | !i/. i  ^ Baggage and E.xprese Delivered  these monsters is a serpent which lu*s ("any part of tha town  a head at each end of its, body and a   '   ' ''    '  human head in the middle.   To touch  this strange monster these natives believe is death,1 all tho joints of the-vic:  tini becoming dislocated, but specially  favored individuals,are enabled toper-  form wonderful fcahs  by wearing a  belt of its skin, while its eyes,*uited as  sling Btones, will kill any animal'even  whales.   Another of these fabulous beings is a wild woman who lives in tbe  woods. * She haa enoim'oui breasts; and  carries a basket, into which she puts  children whom ahe steals for the purpose of eating-,  ,   One of. the most remarkable of 'the  sort of dinner ho which hie' was accus*  toaned might be' apt to' disagree with,  him , very, sarioiifely, ho book to,diiiilig,  upon eggs,  and be cooked  the eggs  himself.   The repast might be a" frugal  one, but he could, at any'rate, console'  himself with   trie reflection   that    it  couldn't be toxic.-    That, tyrant, if, he  read the i^ientific journals, wouldknow  better  to-daj",  aaid, ' even  if  his' hen's  'performed *their cxffleto in his presence,  would be carefur t6 Wash'the new-  laid- egg before he cooked" it/ For nowadays we have mveelium a-hd the fatal  spore.   Wlien, but yesterday, a hundred  ?ggs -u-cro "set,"' -Ivith experienced hens  to sit upon them, v/ho never neglected  t-heir duty for a ftiomcait,'the result was  x bare score of chicks/ On each unfruitful e&g , was presently remarked  just the kind of smudge which hafc hitherto been held by connoisseurs ,to bo  JgZSVEm&m*^^  &  To beat the quality and price  of our liquors. Agerifs Giant  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlitz Brewing Co.  WHITE US FOR PIUCES.  Fort Steels Mercantile Company,  JACOB P.'FINK. Map.  iid.i  J/H/HAWKE*  %EE2BE2m^^ ^J'J  ' COrvNJEk orposiTE postofeics,  r < J t  Clothing, Overcoata,- Mackinriwe, Hata,  Caps, Sweaters, Undo*'  wear, Shoes, Eubbei^Ovorshoee, Socks, ifits, Gloves, Ilbrseblpii-  kets, Surainglea, Silk Haudkorchiefa, Ties, Ladies', Sterling Silver  Chain   Bracelets; 'Ladies' Gold  Filled  Chain  I>aceleta,  Bjby '  E'-ace^ts, Etc.     "    ��� "--,-'���,  ."ES, SI, Oa  ******** ���Wtw-nii;  :t1r*w��W ���-���*��-.  Outside Orders Given Strict Attenllon  S. J. WHITCOMB  House , painter,-     grainer,  , . glazier   and'   papcrhanger.  , All  work on   perfect   sur-  .. ,-   ���,    face guranteeil..  Trices ac-  ��� cording    to    quality   and  stock required  CObilT MO-VIE!'  '    No. 4003.  Moyie,  T>  Meets on the firnt and  hird Ttnirsday of cadi  liiotilb.- Vi!rItint}'1)ioili-  rt'iizuv,i��cc! to ntteuti.  F. J. BA1YTH, C. Ii. Z. I.EWIS f JIOIiaON. F. S.  GO,.TO   THE  Ai  dhe surest outward and risible feigii of  (be nearness of an egg's laying.   Sci-  ence^howevei', decided that the smudge  meant mycciltum^ tlmt the spore had  penetrated the eggshell, and had slain  the chick within.   And science proved  its assertion by ocular evidence.   Furi  ther, it showed that there was mvceli-  tim in the straw of tihe nests, that the  straw had got a little damp, and that  the hen had foiled to haiteh the egg  because she had hatched the spore. Bu b  the spore will hatch just as well in the  ordinary temperature of a room, and,  once entire, does well within the human.    Hence the ablution ary process  m the ca��e of stnudged eggs"of the most  undoubted freshmess'.is strongly recom��  mended.���Pall Mali Gazette.      0   '  , is'aiial Kales in Eparlantl  .In England rib physician may legally  give a certifica-te of ,the cause of death  unless he has proscribed for the person  at leas 148 hou rs before death. Without  such certificate no undertaker is permitted to'bury tho body, ��� Chicago  tribune, ��~     , .  CHAS. P8 CAMPBELLi  Funeral Director  and  . Embalmer.  Graduatoof.Ohanapion College of tho  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Ban-kof Commerce. Telegraph and  mailorders promptly attended to.  WJLDEY LODGE NO. 44.  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria; streot! Sojourning  Odd,FelloiVH cordially invited.  il. A. HJtiTlf, N. d.   '  A. T. KENNEDY, TV.F.AB.  onto  For youroulfil."   Tbe latgest slock iu  fiast ixootonay,  i  F. I. .M0071S, T.,  K.  F. Ji SJUYTH, I'. S.  Cranbrook,  C.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  KTO. 7X.*  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.    Sojo&'rnirJg   rnefrfbcrB   are  cordially ifavite'd toaUbnd]  H. H. DiMocif,       .     P. T. SmvWi, fl  President. Secretary,  ��� iiiTinn-M  Cii.vjfCRoott, B, 0*  1     I     ���MUUUMWmi.*!!  My eram'p&.io' fL,t\iQny naao,'.  Ho'a Scotch aa ha can bo, ,  I tries to ti.ach.hlra all I can.  But- he can't tftlk like- mo,  I've told him forty fouaand thnea  But taJn't abitofuee.  He always eaye a man's a "mon"  An* calls a house a "hooso." <        ,  He plays with- tne -roost ev'ry day,    ',  And rides me on hla irnoe;  Hs> took mo to a picnic onco  And dre^seh up Juet !iko me.  He Bays I anl a ."bonnle btiirn,"        [  And kisses me, and-when  r askB blrn wHy can't he talk right,'  He says:   "1 dfhna ken."  But mo an' blni has lots of turi,  j He's such a funny man,  I danco for htm and brush hia hair  And loves him al! r can.  I calls him Anjrew (that's hla name).  And he says J can't talk,    ���  And then ho puts mypjaidle on  ,      And takes me for a; walk.  ..���    I tella htm forty fouaand timea '  r      But taln't a bit o��,uso,  He always says a raafl'a a "mon"  An' calia a,.'ho.ug���>;a."hoose."  -Chariea D. Steigf��l,ylja^hicago Ititeridy.  PACIFIC  and Soo Line*  A Pointer  tot Ydu.V Eastern Trip'-   is lo SeeMliat  Your TIcfcfet Hcaas via  0 ANN DIAN    PAGIFIC  First-class   Sleepers . on   All   Trains  from   Kevelatoko  and KooleflayLdg!  Moyie Boat*d of Tirade  . - Moots in tlie Moyio school h  House on the first Wednesday  evening oi each ffaohtb ftt  8"o'pl6ck eharp.  Wholesale   and  feetail Butchers.  SHOPS   AT  A. P.  ���/. P. Barbell, Pres.  Moyie . ' Fort Steele?  Or&iibr<55k Fethie Warcliief  Macdojt.jsld  . ,Vice-2?rc8.  "�����)������  A. T. C'LAlik-j  ' Scc'y.  Pass Duninore Jot daily for St.  Paul, Saturdays for Modtreal and  Boston, Mondays and Thuradavs for  Toronto. Same cars pass fievestoke  ono day earlier. ���  TRAINS   DEPART.  8:51   for   llaslo,   Nelaou.. .Rofialaad,  d6y GOODS, BOOTS AN1J  8HOJSS.      LADIES     AND  Call and inspect ourc^lhing.  Tiio most up to clnto c(ock in  town.  fWY tOKSELP A  ^TSs-S *V>'5l'-'* *�� *������'������    "As  Mfes^X A. - ��� A  >  *  !*S><3  MOYIE, B. a  Revelstpkey Main .Line ami Pacific  ^iOO'fori^oje^a^, ^rapdoh/ Win.  ^^Q.-JSrejst^C?*  J; J; m.XJB.'FSY ' & -0O/S  JiTO'.Oi, MOYIE, B. C.  ��� ���Residential lots $125 for sal^  See'  D. J, Elgier;  =^��^ec|ng at Macleod for Calgary  Edmonton, etc.-   a  ~      ~~        ^  Full information to Ncarent Local  ��� Agent, X  E.   RICHARDSON  '.. .Pb.nstmao. is comiing.    Get  ���*      your pictures  taJceri   to sond  home.   PKEST, the pfioto-  .grapber,-^ill'i visit Moyie on  each    Saturday.,   Flashlight  pictures taken at  the Mpyie  or at  your   room   or house.'  Leave yoqr prdera   at bnbe.  No lime to delay.  -A     '--?���' -���>.���. '        ���''.-���'  I*rest ^ 0o.|  , Photographei's;  Cr.iubr��ok,    liroyioj  >ok^e|ei  . -Wff|-Vf3ft'"MoyI'(>  Tuesday and Wedneada^.  jojjjv  ��ajwibk; r��. hi s.;  t,; xi-  ?���  JIMMTIgT,'  Qfiico and jiesi'derice    CEANBEOOK.  i       ���    '   .; ������   "-y?������ " ���   ���'���'-���-���    '��������������� "  St; Eugeiie [.Meti0bii  &MbM siio? Mil    ;  ,     y BATH EOOMSA  St. Eii'getieMine,  MoyioB.,0


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