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The Moyie Leader Dec 22, 1900

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 /  -J     -,    -���' "-- >        --f  *>   .V   '      i *!      *L, *"   '  Jf.  i    -f  ���I v.'  4,-  ,���  'Ht  r:  HO ;V  ^  *JWJ  PaIj  Firc  j; & EL WELL,  ,j;- \.jI> i.vsi'HAv-f ;*��� .  ���.fil.'NX*.  j^r,; iind Accident  Pi H B  I  li 1 1  M  CHRISTMAS GOODS,  i'OV->,  SrLVJ5IUVAIt.fi   '  AND 0ANDY  AT  CANN'S BOOKSTORE  MOYIE, B. C, DECEMBER 22.1900.  %2A YEAR  Vi* ^**.*'**��k* **<V ->��^,. Nlj,,. -S^" ���  |I0 every .man, woman and child in Moyie, and the Suburbs there-  | ofi we extend Xmas Greetings with a superb stoek of the following  It  r  ft'  Teas and Coffees  Include thc famous' brands of  Blue Ribbon tea, IJondi tea, Torhnu  ton,,,, Chase & Sanborn coffee, Ar-  hucklo coffee. Early Breakfastcoifee,  An kola cofleo. ���  ' ��� "  t  Drfed Fruits  Just arrivet} a large Block of Hie .lineal dried^fruita from   California.    It'  , will pay yo.u to see the in and buy.  Canned Goods-  ���Are tlio well known brand* such ae  Garden City/*Simcoe Canning Co.,  Lake-port Canning' Co., and Aylmer  Canning Co.  Don't Forget        ��  That our vegetables, potatoes, etc.,  come frrmi Ashcroft, the only place  to get' the right quality.    ���  1  I  Clothing <-.-.'  Daring Xmas week   our   prices  in clothing-   dry goods,"��snd  Loots and eboes will be actually cut ih two.'  Something new iu Moyie.   Trove cliis fnct yourself,by,dropping in at tlie popular  store.   ,,  C^i  \'*VVV',','vvVVV\i.'VVy'^>V Nfc-'vfc.NW^<,.>v..-<..>i''-^1''^*'^i'^5-*,*";5i-^-Sb1-*s5.^'^-^^%'^^  Lirf        /��� i SJ k ��\Y UT ��i  J*.  M?/ OF* f'flfA KfS'lfii/T*  '! :.V Jt-.u-il lime Shake I  I' 1ANADIAN. mM - #- .-ctoim&Kwj. .o�� ���,,.-,*������,, ,>.,;��,.���,(.  ,       1 , 0 ....  Paid Up Capital.; $6,OOC>,o6oJ.  ��� ' . i-  Jit'Donn'' iRi/J^'Pli        ���'        ��    , *' V'i ��� U   'sJ>>,YTUFy  f&Q^  I  .   LOCAL   PiEVVS.  Yesterday was the shortest day of  'tbo year.  E. E. Orchard of Ciraubrook was in  town Wednesday.     '  oee T. JS, Mahaffy's ad on another  page. ' '  Constable Druramond was iu Nelson  the early part of {.lie week, having takon  down Dennis Mahonoy, who was' sen -  leuced to four months in the Nelson  jail for stealing fish. -  *   A now French range has been installed in the kitchen of tho  Moyie  hotel.  j Mrs. Lacey was down to Port Hill  this week.  , Lewis Thomson was in Fort Steele  on* professional business the first of  the week. '        '  Wires havo been strung to tho No. 1  tunnol of the Lake Shoro and. it Will  soon bo lighted by electricity, Tbis  system in a short time will be extended  to all'the workings in the , mine.  JameB Cronin, managing director of  lho St. Eugene mine, is spending the  winter with his family 4in Snn Diego  California;"  A. H. Slinn's bakery near the Con-  ral hotel is finished and is ready to  occupy; ���    ��� ���  M.A.   Beale   Has   been   appointed  secretary of the Moyie Business  Men's  Protective Association.  .Unibrellas and rftin   coata   ab   jM��r-  Diicomber!ph'V'rJ   ,���   ',  '.lie lv,\-jnt>--iour times, thd  paupers  ofi    F* J.'McMabon left  Wednesday  for  Mojie, in the district   of   South .East l Gr'ai1^ 'Forks,North Dakota, where  he'  JCooUhkj-, wiil givo ,��� lucwin the Odll ' 'vi'1 8Pend tbe holiday.-;.      .,  Feln-iyv nail 10: ihe oouent oi  and , t.;i    'A full lino of ties and handkerchiefs  allow the piti��n:-rs to have a lit,ile  fun. {atM'irphys..  BOPPED   DEAD  Mrs. Cubherley Died of  Heart failure."  WITHOUT, A WARNING  funeral  .took    iMaco    Xhursday   nntl   r  largo Cro-wd followed hor rcmalnn  ,  to'tlio gravo.  A A'U.t liiii.is ?uliner   will   be- served,  ,^m��.i iiiu.a��liMi��.��Tj������Mafri��vjaegT-^yJrgg--J'�� "��� Tr��-a��nMi.<t*.ij��.��-.��T��wro6��*.-��^����^.����|OM*��'-g ���  P. Bremner and family' will leave  iW* i1  \  M.  i  \  n i -i  A 1\i  \ I  A   A.  )  I  X  r  rr\ y~~\  vy i  '.nci pge>snine old Lvsiiion-.-d sturvation I ne.tt week for- their  former  home * ia  ' Calgary, Alberta".    Mr. and Mrs Brem-  N. A. Mackenzie. Proprietor.  bill ui Uht wili be put u>;. Those who  dance will jave to pay 'tbe- fiddler 50  cent-; per couple. A first "and second  prize will be'given to the.best sustained eiiar-ictera of both ladies and  gcnllenren representing iiard times.  While the dance   is   being   given   by  ner have been residents of Mpyic for  nearly two years and ,liave a h03t > of  ^icnjs who reg'ret their departure.  D i .  For underwear see the Woolsey  un-  ehrihkablo atMurphy's.  in t every]. Tespect.'.   Sample Rooms for  Comniercial Men.  I,     ,-,,.*    ���:.      ��� ���t.^v.^^^.v   TOv��f! Odd Fellow*'it will not be  under the {    Talc, the'Cranbrook jew lor,   'has   a  |ne-iHotel for tho  masses. ��� Every uhmR First j ,iui!pitjes ot the loJge   Mii3io will be \ weii seiecfed stock of jewelry, silver--  furnished by an Italian orchcua,  ilrt. |'ware, clocks, wedgewood ware, Scotch  ported   ^preiselv  'f5r    the  occasion ' 0finad,an   souvenir  ware, suitable for  .   from the pauper districts  of Italy,   If I XnM and New Years P^ents.  W'i-\0n   l    .    V        you hafe any  cloths at -all don't   be;    M, L. Hollistcr was on the  sick  list  |0YJE, '. .oritlSlA  COITIin.0ia, ja^,a|j l0 ���omc>      . " j several  days this   week   but   is   now'  'p. s,���persons wearing white  shirts j fully recovered.' -'   ti  I will be barred, ,     , :    ,p0R Sale.���A six room iiouse   and  i  lot in Lake Shove addition.    For   par-  Ono moment apparently in the best  of health, tho next moment a corpse;  Such was the' fato of Mrs. Fanny  Cubbofley who dropped dead instantly  at the Centrel hotel last, Thursday  afternoon about four o'clock. JSlrs.  Cubber-ley=��?<is-apparently in the best  of health on the day., she died. She  h'ad helped to wait on the table during  the noon hour, as wa3 her -usual custom, and wa3 doing her upstairs work.  Shortly after four o'clock she was talking to Mr. Desaulnier, the proprietor,  regarding the getting up of a Christmas  dinner, and just aa she turned away  she gave a , cough, and fell- forward to  the floor dead.  The funeral took place Thursday  afternoon,, and was conducted .by Chag.  P. Campbell,' the Cranbrook undertaker, Itev.' Mr, Fortune preached an  impressive sermon at the' Cantral  hotel, and read the burial ceremony at,  tho, grave. There wa3.a!arge lium  .ber followed the remains to their- last  resting place. , ���   '  Mrs, Cubberley was about'1 32 years  Of age, and had " been a resident of  Moyie and employed at the Ceutr.il  hotel about eight months. Her husband is a, musician and is traveling  with a troupe somewhere in tho States."  She has also two sisters, one living in  Elma,' Washington, and the other?e<  whereabouts is unknown'.  Mrs. Cubberley was an industrious,  kind-hearted woman and was loved  aud respected by all who knew her.  Mi.s�� Jr.rdlne's ]��utortfiiuiucui.  Miss Oelia Jardine, assisted by Mis-j  Pansy Miner of Cranbrook and local  talent, gave a splendid entertainment,  in the Odd Fellows' hall last Wednes*  day evening; Miss Jardine proved herself a pleasing entertainer and from  lier first appearance became a favorite  with her audience. Coupled with a  charming presence she has artistid  ability of a high order. All her selections were splendid. Her rendition of  Tlie Polisfi Boy, Poor Little Joe, and  Auntie Doleful'a Visits were excep-w  tioiially good.  Miss Pansy Miner did good work  with her violin and was Well appreciated.' "-'  The local talont played au important  part in the entertainment. Mrs. Wat-  kins sang a couple of solos in a pleasing manner and also took part in a,  duet wilh Mr. Hill. A dialogue entitled Antidote in which tho Misses  '.Williams, Mrs, Watkins, liev. Mahon,'  arid llobt. Smith took part was "put  on. It was very good, but a few more  rehearsals would not have been amiss.  Miss Jessie ��ewis assisted on tho*  ;piano. Rev. Mahon afficiated as chairman.  The proceeds amounted to over .$50'.  CKANBEOOK    ITEMS;  >!.- ��fc.*"W *��*..-'^.^^*"��!��.������>!��.��� >��.'>SN'"-'!e-*,SlX"  *�����>>��� "W **w "**.��� ����������*.������ *"��!����*"N*.* "V��" >��5, ���"*<��* * ^W >*��  :f&^?���� *g*sg;^si5��  1  V,   D.KHAUl.NTKK.    rroi��.  ��  jl    J.'ftrge   sample . room   in   connection  "    vl'ith house for commercial men.   Pest  of accommodations.  I    Hepdnuarters for Gonimdnoial and Mining Mort.  Tho Sloyio School.  Ycsicrdny th.s Moyie scliool closed  (lie first portion of the amiuid school  term. The'following are tho names  i* those who were awarded prizes for  ii-jjuiir aitcndancc and promptness  during the term just closed :  tf  I  l^jl QCEEX AVKSIIE,     ��� ��� _ f -- ~  ^VVVVV x^i^/;^',^^?^:,*��>.->4��*.,^r��-"^,��' ^^ ^'- ^a-  MOVIB,  C. 6.  W^^W^^^^^^^^^ -q'  MfMaVJMtSHrWSn  ' ' Claira Pollard.  Florence Harper.  John Golsong.  >t,7illic Golsong.  Arthur prowe.  Alfred Caldston.  Belle Whitehead.  ^ 3E3SSSE  > *���  'e ��an collar you  "li blinding collars, turn   down  J'i"H, railed edge collars, collars  ''"iliiiii pointa and   cut  away.  ,ou W'H, like them if bought here.  "Hoi tiyie.-, holiday prices,  ?e can cuff you  Suitable Present  hard  '!'��� Kiuar cuffa, round  cuffs,   or  .^ iy'11]'1 "-ntls'iuaro,  but  what-  '"-tiif. pivom v/in be square.  (*u  !Cf  a;;.  fit  you  A suitable nrnsenl is often  .(.lcct Wo might be able to help you  by looking through our Grocery de  p-irtmeni: Wg bavc nomo dainty  things we can f-bow you.  Our Groceries  r��� our Oo,ery departmiuit we need  nJt. ren.ia.; you v.v have evu-ythmg  you want. Onr orJera this week were  more like .whole-dale, thru rouil.  -itll-cltlS'3.   "   Rrd   ,r       2nd ,"   :   let   "'   ...9   2udr.Sr   find 11 Jr.. :   Chart Class   There ate now 70 children enrolled  on thi*. school books'. The' new school  building will be occupied ��� after the  Jiirst of tbo 3'car. Additional seats  have been ordered, and when put in  place Uiere will be seating capacity  For between SO aud 9Q scholors, Mr.  A. W.Sutherland, the present teacher  has pivt'U such good satisfaction that  the trustees have decided to engage  him for the coming term.    .  arujgMBflrxn**** mn  .\TyG.*UP12 BBOS,' Xn'por  ^.i.'y':!'.'"'=? and' a   knot,   a  pui  :'"i ii i.,i,r. :.. ���%:-_��� ���-t. ��� '. ���    l.  .1  Is.th  mas  pine  e t.o.seud-. .foi   yo'.ir  Christ**-  Df,-lV  '' ''"Ir in-lirviutan ascot and a  \VK   VVft'-l-'f   OI"K  ���;TK<AA  ypociiilly.'.yfor-'  io"' yo'i  needs   at   every  ���Itiidc    '"'"v   ��P*-inany  'lor    Amas-  1 Pn.ce?.. .-'       *  JESY"!'OHill!  3 r.riXir,  JL'i.?ljt  ^LS  ticulars apply at'this office.  Landlord Mills, oi the Cosmopolitan  notel,,was in Cranbrook the lirst of the  week.  Thc Morley building has received  its last coat of paint find will soon be  ready to occupy. O. H. GiTpin has  the lower-floor rented and ,. the upper  floor v?ill be used as a hill.  . A fine assorted. stock of boolB and  shoes at Murphy's.  Mr. C. Boss Tale, son of ,\Y. F. Tato,  the jowler arrived in Cranbrook last  week from North Bay, Out*. This  will enable Mr. Tats to turn cut watch,  clock and icwlry repairs more promptly*       * .        ';  See the Christmas good3 ' at Mur-  ph's.  Highest price paid for Kaw. Furs.  Pack in sacks and send by express to  James Gill, Cranbrook. ' *  The barbers of Moyie have: agreed  to keep their ehoiw closod on  Sunday.  S. W. Glad well, night foreman-at  the St. Eugene concentrator, is taking  a layoff for the holliclays.   .  Owing to their being no train yesterday -Rev. Fortune and 'Chas. - P.  Campbell were compelled to walk  back to Cranbrook.  The board of trade held  an   executive meeting yesterday and  agreed   to  tiild a sidewalk along the   south  side  of Queen's avenue . between   the  main,  JSeiv jMen.t JHarket.  Messrs. Joll & Hill of Moosomin, N.  W. T.; have opened a meat market in  the building east of the Leader office  on Qjucen's avenue. They have a  good supply of meats, poultry, etc,  aud claim they are here to stay.  Dr. illssino Heard From.  The Leader'is in,receipt of a telegram from Df. Higgins, who was *. in  Victoria. He says that the indications  for securing a grant for tlie proposed  hospital for Moyie are favorable. The  doctor will be home tomorrow.  c .   .fnitt I>o.ir For HJa Log.  B. D. Blautou of ThaCkervillej Tex.,  in t.wo years paid over $300 to doctors to cure a-running sore ou his leg.  Then they wanted to cut it off, but he  cured it with one bovs of Buckle'n'a Arnica Salve. Guaranteed cure for piles.  25 cts. fi. box. Sold by P. D. Hope,  .druggist.  ftlnrrlod lu Nelson.  On Saturday evening Mr. Thornas  Lenihan and Mis3 Anna Holm,, both  of.Moyie,'rvcfe united ih marriage by  itev. Eobcrt Frew at thc latte'r'o residence.���-Kelson Miner.  Cranbrook Herald i'      ,'.  . The bail comrrfitlee presented  tha  Sisters of the St. Eugene h'o'3pital with  the .sum of #2>)2 at   an   informal  re��  ceptiouab the home of Mrs. Mclnnee'  on Monday afternoon.  . Mrs. and Mrs, E. H. Small. Miss  Watt, Mr. Wellman and Mi. Kollins  returned from Kelson today. Tho  wedding was a quiet alTair, only those  fr,oni Cranbrook being in attendance,  Mr. and Mrs, Small ,will be at homj..  af the, Cosmopolitan hotel,  -The I. O. O. F. dance which is to be '  held on New Years nigtit, promises to.'  be one of tbe best events of the kind  ever held in thetdistrict.    Tho invitations, which arc a work of, typographi-..  cal a-t, have been issued to the number  of 500, and the attendance will be large,  The I. .0. O. F. lodge conferred sis  first degrees last Friday evening.  This lodge is in a flourishing condition  and has a membership of 58.'  The Cosmopolitan bar and dining  room ha3 beon handsomely decorated  for the holidays.  B.  E. Beattie,   with   characteristic*  enterprise, has put in a  large  number  ot electric lights in his store   for   tho  holidays. ���  Clu-letmas Eve EaterUmuneni.  The Metnodist Sunday  school pro-.  poses to give a novel entertainment on  Christmas night ia the   Morley   hall,..  There will be a grand program gotten-  up by the Misses O'rossmausi, the Misses:  Willianis,   Miss   Crowe   and    Lewis,.  Messrs. Ed. Hill, S.  J.   Altarsb,   John  Mort, and the Croas-iian family   with ���  the Sunday school children, will  take  part.    Cake, coffee, and ice cream .will  be served free of charge.    The novelty  will consist of a Christmas Post Office'  which we aro told will bo  a model   of ���  excellence,   liev, Mahoii will preside  with precision.  i.  - Taking out t,oEi. '  Park, Mitchell & Co. have a camp  at the lower end of Moyio lake and  havo a gang of 25 men cutting and  taking out logs. They expect to take  out between a million and a half ancl  two million feet this winter,  ;   We  fen .supply  you  |.With f)c:i'nliinl   presents-, and. at ver>,| the walk was built today.      ,y ��� ������_*,,-.  I reaapnablo prices.': A. good watch  is a j'   ^ g^  Currier ' lias'   returnee? , from  ���'UniVflblf. Christmas   gift' and. this we, Bpokaiie>      .        ���' .- .  ,  Una giva you. at prices   to   suit   any' ���'���'���    "-        *.--������        .*,-  ���'mirpJ;,*'-\Vi?-c'aJ) help you out;'  A Covroctloii,  Lust week an cr/or ax>peared ^iu  the  ...Leader; regard ing .the* payroll of the St,  street -and the .hew'-', meat 3 market and I Eu"cehe: mine for the month of Novem-  AX3DJTIOXrAX,   LOCALS.  The framo Work for the new addition'1  to the Kobtensy hotel ia up,   but   tho  wet;   .weather  has   been   interfering  with tho work.  M. A. Boalc has gonG to Fort Steele  to spend Christmas  and  New  Years.  He will be back to Moyio" about Jan-  .uary first.  Land slides, both east and west,  have raised havoc with running of  trains dudng the week.  ���??*"-*��* yi  ������'������i/Sa /O'O'OI^VS'  y>A iij&j %j amxu y ,1 ���:%  '! choke ly x.XX$X(a one oi: our  ��� 'vatf.h e*il'Ui'Ane!;;' ��A"}  ,.-,-'���   * "  you 1  il 110  *,tch guarat  'MM y^  XX -A  -,-���      ll    ���-*  '' i'jl; !jV��, H-- A M  Pa^noaud*e.-l��rofiSr ���!  Manufacturing  .r.rxr r-^,^-?y?''r?AY  j.W.'.lciim.A-.C'TA  ! Jov/el^J'fl--  Chas. Dia.mond  returned  yesterday  from a  four, week's   prospecting   trip  {'down the Moyie river. ���'���������.:  Work on the Aurora mine on ..the  ;est' side of the lake is going  on, and the indications for a big strike  are becoming more apparent - every  any. ���������  i   ���  P. J, fciihill has   moved   his* fan.ii  hero from jiNAlgon:  ber. ; The correct amOunb was ��26,000.  ftfetal Q'u'o.tatlo��s.'.-  ���Mow. York, Dec. 21.-���Bar silver,  6*1 i, cents. Lead, price, for '-'miners  and smelters, $-1,374- at M^e close. Copper/ broken price, $17.00.    "  in this'  -  tf.   The  ed have  editary.  :.    You  '^  a  ���1  *  .���i  ion  '  'fr  in one  S-*   1  Simcoe,  a'  '  allv.  went  "    1  -    Was not  tely  cured            '  icquainted .        '  1  lrt by all  'J  ���iSilt.-H  lit  t ItriiHJn  '     f    I  . printed  ""V  .   If you  ;siht and  ion.    Sent  oronto.  icohlent  f'7,B  (g  m acci- '  but  in-  S  uch  as t  year.���  * n  ���elected  iin. the  jproves  '. .1 ap-  ,'jround*  ou try  e-made  some-  ies   im-  ens  hy  HANI)  Blu'J  pack-  or you  ���Id. ' It  . wiser  ,0 your  1.   "Do  about  -Haiti-  ,   Now  _,*'rly six  ���"urn in {j,  uu ex-  t,   and  aid not  I got li  1   JTJRIG  ��� my as-  ��� relief,  perfect  Eto.  talogue  'or aay  a ts.  :.,aad  ir.Maa.  to."*^  :C0.  1SS0.)  3  back '  tot ben-  "Osyd-  ad Ua-  man.  ad Bttf-  se, and  il waa  I havo  iniisni)  almost  ���alvan-  rdonor  1 from  used i��  ��� sick,  and la  ddresa  pejf.  y  i  nrles,  Scap-  linrch  :rs re-  ontreal  ml' all  l,"Th�� ,  :ert��in  ia And  Hai  isands  ainsd  ill on-  ��� ibox,,.  onto ���  tfol<iua  proalo,  tin.  sUt��     .*  Ipeff.  J:tM  Eia I��#%a  If*  I-VPa?!!  '. X-ii*^*-"  Sf'-'lrOit"  &ffl$ ' '  I'Ajm t v ,  I'.,' * &- v** |ii  |v>, .Ij.   *?*., ';  *l!!-   <i"'  11   6 .-' -  '.v:  >  ;* ^ir^.*  ���-.,; W"*�� *  ,. ;+'��  . ,'ilL:  -j*  U frfdt J}'  '��� fo my-)  it.J   i^i**!  ������      C  ;."    .Ti'rjjl?'  **< f'|- =r4; 6<1,  "     I >.L*  1 1 .' / '������  I'1*  ,{'\li ft  '*���-   -*Vf   C(  ��� f. 1 ��; >!  " *r!Vo>"<*ni  ���'   i^^f> f  ? !;}*: *il'r '"I  E.y* *-!-? *H'i?'d  <?-.!'��    Iff'J ,H  l>- J.,4 ijits*.  K    ,*M ���! !ii?>.  *' 'tit.I MJ-'J  -y    �� "s.J  li*?,:*"."!  r* ��d  fr.jhi  ' J.ff ;   P'.pin  . fu* s P.* 11  it m  ��K.' ��  Bi*-  I*. [IV<  KM  "   '  "������J".  W',i]  Ml  r*..<"  L  c ;   ,^i I'.-,/-,   *  if j pen  1=1-^1  tf  I*!'  Ir  III "*'*   *K I*19  ^f-".*,''^1:"1'  '&���  AXy\  ?' .^.-<iM-|  y.  j:'   t[r'<  A''  *'        i l.'B-U, ,?'l  f *���;'?!";��ki  -i  n!;?l-{' t S?t!  '.  'I*M"'!.'!  I-   ��,'"*,<.' I  -   m; ���.   f  �� :**.  f^x *  yy  !.���  *}Ay  " I*  *-'  "'    'll;  :|V''.9  V "i  ���. r-i  .t>V*r-  ��� ji  V' -��*v  fSffi  *���* *^rrs  QWStftffrtftr^rr-cr^rr^^  u^fv%uua  -*��. .���    (��-^��-Cl.��?-.i-.t.  Tl 10IIE LEADER.  Published in tbe interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  jtr. j. s:uytii * co.,  A Long: Felt T.Vant Supplied.  Ilicks���Have you heard about Edison's latest invention?  Wicks���No; what is it?  Hicks���A collar button with a little  phonograph inside that  will  call  out  ~~      i when it rolls into a dark corner  under  -    Publishers, j thfi bfld . ���Heje j >m ,  ��� Wam    T '- ��, i ��    i  Somerviile Journal.  Here   I am!'  HATES OF SsUBSCKirTlO*"  ,ne l ear.,  S2.00  SATUKDAY, DEC. 22, 1C00.  The Leader   wishes   its   readers  '".'*. Ohrjutuias.  A Keen, Clonr Brain.  Your best feelings, your social position or business success, depend largelj-  on the perfect action of yotir  stomach  JOHN HUTCHISON,  To   those  who  have  been doing  their   insurance    through. , John'  Hutchison of Cranbrook:  I have retired from the insurance business in Moyie and trust that' all  the  XMAS & NEW YEAR'S  This is the  last   Christmas   of   the  eentury.    Celebrate it right.  and liver.    Dr. King's New Life  Pills  gives increased strength, a'keen,  clear j businees  which  you   have heretofore  brain, high ambition,   ,A 25 cent  box  will make you feel like  a  new  being.  Sold hy P. D, Hope, druggist*  The white shirt element will not  be  in it'at the ball next Monday night.  Moyie needs at bank, and if a chartered institution doeo not soon'move  in a private one will havo control ,of  the field.  w^i -m-mta  "Jmjtf ,i"L^j-tLjyji.  Cranbrook is now lighted by electricity and the people of that place  have belter reason thau ever for feeling  proud of their town.    ...  This should be a happy Christmas  for tbe people of-Movie. They have  passed through a most prosperous  year and have every reason  lu  rejoice.  When   purchasing .you   Christ)iia,s  presents patronize your home   merchants.    The holiday   goods carried, by  Ihc Moyio  merchants  are strictly up  ,io date.'  TO THE DEAF:  A licb lady ctired of her Deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drum's, gave $10,-  000 to his Institute, eo that deaf  ! people unable to procure the Ear  Drums may have them free. Address  No, 14522 The Nicholson. Institute,  780.   Eighth    Avenue,    llcw    York,  U. S, A.* ���������  Ausaeemc-ui vi-orli Conli<a'ctB 1'ukon.  Parties vdnhing to have  assessment  work done on claims in tho vicinity of  i  Moyie, will do ^ell to consult or write I  thc   undersigned   Sor   terms.      Work  left in my cafe  will   be promptly at-  ended   to,   and   satisfaction   will -be  gurantecd.  done through me you will in future do  through Messrs. Beale  and  Elwell  of  Moyie. Thanking you fOr past favors.  JOHN HUTCHISON.  Ji   Ri'COSTIGAN, Gt. G.  P. D, HOPE,  This boteris;now opsu to tho public, andjis  well ���'furnished throughout, ' None but the best brands of, wines  liquors and cigars kept;in stock.  FIRST  cl ass;- accommodations.  '    Chcinist nn<l Druggist,  ���moyii:', ll. C  MOYIE, B.  \.'l  t-T-   *>  M?:".' :  'M  Hi:.., *e  lie Chamter of Mines  CRA8BR00K,  B.C.  iMf.'W-mwjin aw  S. A.-SCOTT.  It is snid that Rockefeller is going  1-��� ���"���(. a rinily paper. The object of  ���'- -yyiCT ".'/'i; b? t to . show young  .��:: a?- 'hat $"350",q6u,0'0(j is more than  iCA'OA.tjOO'. Pockefellef gives it out  ->\-5 '���:*.?L he ie going to wipe up the  ..-;>. ivPij.young'Hearst.  ���    - Xy a  i r- y.:r-~-,s   in   Moyie bui  '-, '."���-���" ."' t   ; ".  v r. chance  on ^tbe  '-'.'-r   ,-,".A"j), or  other   article   of  . A'*i y     '"_;-?;   tiling   has   become   a  ��� " ^   .-'.-*'nrid ihe promoters   of  such  ��� '������!,.        ���, ���  ./ .- i prist's    nhouk!    be.'.diccouraged.  , rin    running   of a blackjack game is  more honombie.     . . '  KOTTCE.  Xoiice is hereby given that I, Malcolm Grant, I  of Moyie, B'.   C.   contractor,  intend   30 days  nfter date tt> apply to the chief commissioner of  lands and works  for  a  special license ' under  land ficts_to cut and carry n,\vay timber ou  ihe  following fleucribed lands, cituStG iu the vicinity of Moyie aforesaid,  towit: "The  south eabt  corner post of said lauds Is situated about three  miles west of tho lower  end   of   upper  Moyie  fake and souttiof Lamb creek .-thence 4^0 ctiaiii  wesr/tiieuce 20 chains north, thence <SS3 chains  east, thence,20 chains sputh,,to point   oi commencement; conthiniiig 1,000 acres or therely.  f r* 5IALC0LM GBAXT,  Harvey    8s   McOaii^ter,  p iij  fFORr STEELB, B. C  Hftrfey, McCdrtof & Aibrt:n<lcr;  '-'jFEKNIEJB. c.  Barristers &��� Sdiiditbrs;  LEWIS THOMSON,    ',  Notary Public, Accouk-  i ���    . taut,   Commissi ok  ,and  iNStJRANCE Agekt.  MoxE't to Loan.  tf'J;  >yie,  0.  ���ev*rv��*jm.iimiA  Moyie, 2-ith November, tOOO.  .32  W. E. GURD;  bakrxstkk, 6*or.iciTdit; ETC;  Eouthernjfl. C, (K<?dteuRys and Yale.)  Tlie Chamber of mines wants thoroughly reliable correspondents' in  eyery camp in the districts of East  and V/ost Koootonays and Yale, to  whom reasonable compensation will be  paid for their services. r ���  Correspondents will be expected to  furnish-thc Charnber of Mines witli .all  development going on at the ihiues,  'the installation of Machinery, shipments of,ore and valu, and generally  such news as will attract'the attention j  of capitalists aud cauae them 'to ' in-J  vestigate and invest.   Applications  to  be addressed to tho -   "���  * *  r    OHAMBEB OP MINES     "  " Southern British Columbia,  ,  . �� i- . .*  P. 0. Soi 378. SOSSLAND, B. O.  'I  ai  $  1  ���   J08JVST0JV SJiOS.  *f I  This Hotel is New and well Furnished. The S&  Tables are, Supplied with the Best the fl@|  Market'affords. The Bar is Filled with F^3  the Best Brands of Liguors and Cigars. jS��j  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S ^MILWAUKEE BEER.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL      ,.  ANDMNIING MEM' '  an  m  ^   3JOIYB, - _ .'    _ _ BRlTiaucOMfAIUlA   Sg^a  & w  ifl-C    a.  CRANBROOK.  B. C.  Two hundred girls employed in  the  Paragon shirt waist   factory . at   Fort  "Wflyne, Ind., are on strike for  an   in-  - i -.    '������" 70 i-cnts jier dozen on waists.  ���1 'Pill price received by the girls  i .,.������ wr.iritd .is  not .eatisfac-  "'.<*'    *      N-i.-wonder.    They  get  *1 per dozen for mak-  . \  '. i"      '"   * iii-i   lhe  manufacturer  ���*:.-.������   ut Jirii-fii-..,   Xi ~ ....  t��*rxBUU^��AACUA-L. P.1���UJI^U'JMJ  . i be "s.ouiig people of F,erme have a  new g-'une for the winter evenings. It  is uu "onion sociable." Six young  ladies take an onion into a room and  after one has taken a. bite out of it  a young man,, is , ad anted. If, aJter  kissing them,all., he fails,to tell"which  uf them bit .the opiqn, all the girls are  fi! Iii:-d to kiss bim.t���T��s girls are  --v: to '"ke the game go well that thty  " h' h, V. H. at best waaneyer noted  * !'*.; no liberality ih the matter of,wages,  '..��'.t wo believe the pay received by one  of their employees in this town takes  the cake. The caretaker of the coaches between Fernie and the mines  works 18 hours a day and gets S�� cents  an hour. He goes on duty at 5 iu the  morning aud slays there until the  night hhift comes down at 12 p. m.  ���'   A-,    ���  '  nn :'*,���) Chinamen���'th"ii  NOTICE.      .    , '     ,  Noticp is herehy given that, .1, Thomas Hy-  land,' rancher,' Moyie, B. C.,' irtetid. thirty days  after dute to .apply to the chief commii-^ioner  -o fl auds and vorkb for a special license under  land acts to cut aud convey timh-jr on the following described landb situated in the vicmiiy  ef Moyie aiorcsaiil^ towir: The l'lortheael corner post of said landa i'* situated about oue and  one-half miles from the -.vest side of upper  Moyie lakii at the upper , cud thereof; theaci-  houth 120 chuius, **uhence vre^t. SO . chains,''  luence uorthl?0 chains, thence east 80 ,chitir.s,  to place of commencement, containing -1,000  acres or iherly.  THOMAS- 11YLAKD.  Movie, IMtb November, 1900.   '���    ' "i-'SZ.  , (NOTICJL\  Notice is hereby given thnt I, Miclmcl yheady,  of Moyie, D. C, contractor, intend thirty days  afier date toilpply to tin; chief commissiiiitir  onandb^nudy.vo.ks for a s-pcciiil. license under  land act to cut aud carry away timber on tbe  following dihcribed lauds situated iu Uie vicinity  of Moyie aforesaid, towit; The northeast comer  post oi said lauds is situated about three "jnileb  west of the lower end of upper Moyie lake .aud  north of ijamb creek; thence -ioO chaias ivest;-  theuce 20 chains bouth; theuoe *J|?0 chains east  [hence 20 chains north to place of commence-  mentcontaiuing 1,000 acres or thereby,  MJCIIAli.JL, SflEADY.  Moyie. 21th November, lyOO. S-a2,  NOTICiS.  Notice is hereby given that I, .Vhilip Jame6  Cahill, of Moyie, 13, C, merchant, intends  thirty days after date to apply to the chief commissioner oi lauds aud works for .��. special  license under land acts to cut and carry away  timber on the following described lands situated  m the vicinity ol Moyie aforesaid, towit: The  northeast comer post of said lands is situated  about two and one half miles west from the  upper'end oi upper oyie lake; thence south  ivi chains, theuce west 10 chains, thence north  210 chains, thjpca enst -10 chains, to pluce of  commencement containing 1,000 ��� acres or  therely, PUILiLi-" JAMES U A HILL.  Moyie.. 2-ith Nov. 1900. S-32.  C.- P.' HIGGIN&   '  Fiiysiciari. ^tid Surgecm  OFFICE���rAIJRELL BLOCK.  - . ' _ -      .    '.  MOYIE, '    'British Columbia.  THE-LAKE   SHORE  i  'Barber'Shop.  gHot, Cold and Vapor Bathr\ "Z.  Opposite  CosmopOliten    Hotel  TV. Ia. IToiaY Prop.  Bread delivered       e  to any part of the city*,  PIES, GAKEg AKi) ETC.  i,   >:<  - .  Always on TlAxn.  Slothing,  6ent$,    Furriishiiigs,  - *���     * '  Boots, Shoes*. Hats, Gltives/Bte.  u  COME' ANU SEE US.  Victoria Ave., Moyie, B. 6^  TENAY. BOTTLING-CO.  CRANBROOK, 8   C.   .  a  Areated Waters of all  Kinds,  ,������!���*'. - .*. y   -ijHee   oi   ii  .-.'   ''.'of.v to tho sceiu  ..ii:jst; fighting.    Dur-  tbe Mauris   ran  ehort  ���-.  ;        ���;"    ")--���   new?  ,    ".,     ,-�� r^    efleclivti  liivauera v/as severely  I'.-nf   medicine  ad  w      ill.  ��?3��T��*Ma��T*��ErT!n -  -.-.<.-.    y-'.u:>,jy to Jjtvr.n. ,  .  Lots "ier-'iiile in all   parts -..of   town.  Money.to.loan.    Ageht for Karn   and-i  'William-i piau03.    Have', other  special  bargains,   Beifbre investing see  JBoxi7.''.' D.J.Elmer.  NOTICE,  Notice is hereby gi^en that I, Anthony O'Kelly,  ���>l Mo;.!.*, li. O., mti-urt- thuty duys after date to  apply to th-.* chief rommiviioiiGr of lands and  worl*'1' f<-lr a bpfci:ipl lioem-c unOor land svets to  io cutini'I t-iu-ry <iuiiy iihiIhtou the iollo*v'r.>;  r i^ .* 1   in '1,'ji*   '.-.'���.'Jin...   ui  , - . L ........ u  . * j    . n-.J    uil    iUO  ,        .      , ,   ..     .uaul     '�����.'    CUllIUs,  ,'    -^. ��� i.-. *j..i.mi*.. cimifo 1'yrth 2*'l> cbuius,  'oeuo'jci'ai 10 chuius  to place of  commence  men! contaiuiiig 1,000 teres or thereby,  ANTHONY O'KELLY,  Moyie, 2ith Nov. 1900._ "        ' -     3-32.  Orders SoSiciteo*  Soda Water , and Syphens,  MdVIE DAIRY,   r  Ere^h new 'milk delivered to all  parts of town twice s 'day'. Satisfaction guranteed.  ci    , *-    i  firs. Adelaide Dill, Prop,  F.OR tHB CHOICEST BRANDS OF  CCLL- AT TH^  Cabinet Cigar Store  '   h I. MoINTOSHi Prop.  Queen's AVEiftis.      Z 'MOYIE, B. C.  WM. MILLS, Proprietor.  Miners   headquarters'.|| Good   accommodations  for  travolere.  , ;liqupre ind oigare kept iu etock.g^  .Best  vines &*  Lake Shdr�� ^dditidii  MOYIEi B.  John Bvfdexi  ASSATiEM,  FOE FURNITURE   AND   COMPLETE ;HOUSj  Furhisbings;   Stoves,   Hardw&r^  Oiothin^, and Grroderies]  Call on  f  ""-1  s|  JLi.  S***^  NEL30M,  B. C  >>  : *  J. Ha HAWKMi  Baggage. r.nd  E^-prcsa Dolivered   to  any part of the to*��7n. ,    ;  .���: ,  "a  MOYIE. B. C-  r.*/>TftONlZE -,  .  WHITE LABOR  Ey Sending Your v;oik I'o the-  ci  \)  P. LTJTNER; Proia  GOOD WORK, PRICES REASOtfAltLE  BOOTS    AUD    SHOES  Repaired aud Mads lo Order,  It, A. SMITH^      Moyie,,  KEXT.OOOa TO BLACKSMITH-SH6��;-' -.  Has just received from the- east  a large assortment of new  Woolens, including, Scotch,  English and American suitings,  trowfierings and overcoatings,  1 and is in a position to offer tbe  beat satisfaction in style and fit  towards his pdtrono. Call early  aud inspect tbo stock.  South Victoria St,,  Moyie,   B.  C.  Agent for  the Hamilton Powder Compauyj and Shorrin Williams' paiul*?  We will be open for businees in Moyie in a short tlnie.  R  ^ rs  u  U  a-  moyie b: Ct  UNION-BARBER SHOP  AND BATH JiOOMG.  X.K, COLLINS, Vrojir.  ��� a ���   ��� *- ��� ii--  r�� "  Victoria Street,. SlOYIE, B. C.  WHMtWlWffl^^ m t  ^���i^r ^s-zos-^r-Ajs- 7^r>js /jr7(>c t^-t^; m^tz^: -/^sr^yr-^r-z^ v.jz-zyr^x-yfc:   lyn^^-^^  4 The oiily  hottec ' in'  East ��� Kootn       ^'  ; \ -~  COSI  tot  my  heated.throughqut^witl^iiclai!'.  First clafea^in' eVery respect.- Special  raleo to boardcri!.' Good Gample,. room  for,.commercial men.  European plan.    Gpcr. day'aud rjicht  Are Now Open and Ready f.o\  Business With a MU Lite *>\  Staple and Fancy  ,<  -���**$  You are Invited to Xuapect Glcck.  MM14W>>,ll.-W,��U��a��r<M<UUM^,Arij^M|!iWUt<ng^  t. ;*  .* -*  'fi!, U.SKAL*, rroji.  cranbrook;/*-i B.b.  FOR FINE  fSf      "^  Wi  IDBRESlS ���5B*t  THE MOYIE LEADER  MOY1JB,    B.-.C.  RAILWAY TIES.  o| hours nearly 7(QO trains pass in  '"A   *��� New street Hiaiioti, [.inning  AX,;.  PRETTY ROUGH s^rTT  ^rnel  lim,  ���n,wffoiis of Btrf-ot   railroads  to en-  ��. nl.'i^ure riihn^' Jul.*, nn.scn out of  I fljOl'--*;'   '  I, St  i^my-y  I**  J*'Tt    .  r  #% ���:  Iff  ���jell  of' tlK'   ill!port:!I)t   pun   thai  in   tlie   receipts.     l\)r   in  .[ ls siint'd th.-il  i:> Chica-,-.- ("iht>  i^;',, i,.i��i'i-n n pli-ns.-uUjjiiil_a_ri.\uy  i Sofieu" unwln7ts~n75207rja<rr~7  5Tip'l!(ilivini) Kovornropnt bus appropri  inbuilt S.-fO.oOO   for   tin*   prelum lury  .pr'nf tiiH-i* railway lines, from Oniro  Hi'''/, nnd I-"kt' 'J"'*'���^. from Oruro  '"Tw-lviiawlju nnd  from Chulhipala  to  >el,Gatne Pin*,..!  t  ���or;c��a��o���.L I-*   " ��" CoraP-  .,'" ll1'   '"iWiiiaii'ii  >"��>t ba spiced ^'Z.T W'm's  ^I����"r   n;Kbts   a  c-u ��� ' ^V     1,;'"  "J��<*.   where   Lo ^   !   -a/T    (':,,lw]  played. ^    ll'��J'iC'lltly  .,��"���'. i"��v-n catarrh to be a wnwtitu-  "-" 're; icjuirescrindtitu-  '���Tin-middle of the latest re  c;:iinn   s c-loirt.il    '.-'-,  ���ooiii in the  Iy  blindfolded  Kneel on lIl0 f!o01T rrli^'^ ih"y  each man holds a str.  Another   road   u   to   run  y.  two   Italian   railway - linos'  ^Vi'lAi to tin* Argentine boundary.  lfinK tlnW*** swampy regions siipplM  ill lb*'!'  station   houses   with   mo.si]iiity  (���rfs.  Ju roiiscijiit'iicc there haw been  I ,i,aiiiiiiin"tio�� in the number of eases  fpml.iria that other lines in'Italy nm)  J. Sii-ily aie about  to  adopt  tbe same  ces^"-'*' _____ '.   ((ear .Sirs,-���! was *for  soven years  llS0;lcicr from bronchial   trouble,' njid  (Auld i'e i0 l'oarse aL t*'"*8 thai 1  rtlild Fiercely , speak ab��Vc a win's-'  rf 1 tfofiio relief from uiivtliing'  &I tned your AILNAKD'S HONEY  BiLSAil .Two bottles gave relief,  l^tJA bottles made a complete cure.  jmiu! Ii .iriily recommend it to any  njc ciiiU*rii)g    from  throat  or    lung  ^iibl- j * F    VANTJUSKJRK.  FrtHit ricton.  Huvr I'oiIHjiJi   Cuich   Ijobfttra.  I* i^prol'iilily' mnt'if'lo' tiiP'HjsiJorJty  dju-oji-'i* jo fcnow'Jhhit tlie redlVorroelc,  ^'f.=!i is �� bluer enemy of tbe loh-  w- u.p.i im1* JiiKti'cr-JUiied .'ot^t' of his  ti.l! ,ir:*.l i;1 soft nwl unable to iirofect  licsi'l.'. Dui'liif; Klicddiiis; time these  .|clhli'!.i crawl up under projecting'  b-Ls. nhi:*.' lhe seaweed aiid. kelp  trfi!t,'.'.- :i:nl where ihey.'llnd pro tec t-  ri jifcii'.-s fii wldeh't�� po through the,  sKt.-. of t.iij)!i.'iifr out  I'iKl.t'hum]  Other severely, wllIcIl not ,nfie UCI,t^j  bapju'iis. , i">-'.uj  -N'ow, the man wJl0 has been lucky  enougU to draw the tirst c.,11 shouts,  Jacl*   where be yoi",lo wlj|ch hJs  Pwiont ��� must    Immediately    a.isw,-  Here I be." . Tlu-n the first man  8 nkos at the place where be imagines  Us adversary to, be with tbe heavy  ��<tl��er slrUp.    If ,)e ,lJts ,jIs ijjani ^  Is entitled to another blow���may call  out- agalu. "Jack, where be ve?" nnd  the other must answer, "Here I ��� be"  This Is continued till the lirst mini  misses, when he mu.st take bis  ��t being struck.  The others form a ring around the  fwo combatants, bets are made, and  each faction encourages and applauds  its chosen man. There are regular  rounds, and the game is usually "kept  up until one or the other has bad  enough or perhaps till one Is carried  off the scene, wounded. Hard beads  eau ptaud hard knock?., and volunteers  for the sport are, numerous. "At the  begmniug there is'generally no malice.  A hard blow is struck���it is expected���  lt,"1s* the "game". Ihu it occasionally  happens that the game develops inrr  a fierce duel.���Pearson's.  Bll**��*<"ly Pills a.e the W  '      - -    ;niE.SEQJJEL.  band   W K.mms.     1 remember    be-  S; ����ir��ase he said be would  aio\e neaven and earth for-you "  T/1J.a'!'Traber;  but now that we are  maJ,'ft hC Y0n'1 even condescend ^  mo\e  the     dresser  THE     C02-TDITI0N     OF     YOUNO  GIRLS WHO ARE ANAEMIC.  sweep beneath it.'  so   that I     -cu.y  Parents buy Mother Graves'   Worm Bk-  mfd !jn����fr b^a-^', ^ kntjw jt != �� eafe  eiiJn Trf��r th��lr Children aDd a�� effectual  exisiiiur of worms.  I urn  "b6bs- wilL write xo hooks.  It  is  further  evidence  of  his  good  -sense  and   taste   that   "Little Bobs-  is not  gom,-  to  write, a .book abo  his doings iu the South Af.vcnn we  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtberia.  A TYPE.  "Would Pushington sacrifice nririci-  plo for success ?"   ���  ���AVnuld be? 3Te -would consider  success dirt  cheap at the  prico.  *ii-;;* and inking on a  of -their old  new  coat of  A, *rA\  i-   -  in  *.��    I.  at .*.( to spynlc."   1'p^.soipo days after  ii':*!.!!!!-: 1I10 lribsi^' ard rW^eak  and  Billr to iope   with   tbo.ce 'fish   that  '��;�� war upon them.    This fact the  R'J5**!i H-i,iii, intuitively to know, nnd  |i>" i'i ill swarm around these retreats  lla gjtat numbers   nnd, wait   for  the  lilsdili'is to crawl out. *"   ',  .(d nid" lobster Csherman'-sold- that  cany (lilies be bad stopped  bis dory  ever 3" large number ofvUieso rod cod-  {i!iaa<] watcl.ed their operations.   lie  bd cm.u dropped  his line down ani  Jaa'gliJ {���.-injiUiig 'halt ,wlthlri ra  few  'eet of'thi'iii.    Unless ItTliappcnod to'  'ill directly In  front  of jthclr noses,  lowevcr, tliey would seldom   take0 it,  �� thpy were after lobster meat" When  he thin shelled lobsters would crawl  out from beneath  tho - protecting sea-  mil, tiie codfish .would dart at thetu  nd ttrike thum fierce blows with their  lliit, disabling them eomjiletel.v.   They  rould then fall to and, devour the belp-  llss c.-uslacuans-.    This"'' performance,  '-e lobster tlshertnan'paid   he had wlt-  -essod mnay times.  CLOSE  FIGURING.  P��Arri( AL  PATRIOTISM.  '.dire of Canada :  IJiter-mntiijil trude Ls the true basis  the rui.>.-.it1<m- "of" lhe TCmpire,   Ho  -" a<. jio'.mMo, one colony should  3suiiii. the jiroducc of ahotb.er.  -anaihaiis und India and Ceylon tea  *iiiv..rs f.mglu side by side In Afri-  p Al'out 10 i>er cent of tho latter  wt'vred for the war. . '  ���>t t'.'.is of Ceylon  and, India     are  _ ' >>-'s! and jiurest thc world pro-  * Alruidy-the. Black Tons uf  151 fiilonii's have captured the Can-  ���� limikot. . The Green is now  diMiIac.ng Japan's colored urti-  hiabiy aiK| sentiment unite to  mukh-iuI it. Canadian ladies'who  is Japan 'teas     should  yw planter  [ '" l';1-       Blue   Uibbon,   Afonsoon  '���iliulii    packc.ta.urc  ready  for  Colonist.  help  the  by   tlrinkinjr   Ceylon  Hhi OPINION.  'I0 >'r'��  think  that   it.   is. a   man's  ' Ul ackjiowJetgo always he is  in  n-nur, when  no has a difference  w��pn with his  wife?"  \u' ';nswt'i'ecl  Mr.   Meokton.  re-  "������' "better late than never.  11 ii'iilly .st-euiB to nio he' ought  ^ Imd  suiiicionL  perception    to  l|l,it  hit wn.q  in  the '.-wrong' tx>-  "r'' "as any discussion  in the  Ho-it s Woman   Cphcld   Her   Iteputn-  tlon  For  rOconomy.  ���   She was the wife of an official of a  St/Paul stieet corporation.    Her one  pet hobby was economy.    Though her  husband made au excellent salary, she  was rigid in her rules pertaining 10 the  buyiug   of   the    necessaries    for   tbe  household.    She would haunt  bargain  counter's and market stalls for hours in  1 order to get tbe benefit of a reduction.  of .1 few cents ou the article desired.  The corporation official, .with  uitieli  laughter., used to tease li is'better half  abiuit what be called ber-"stinginess."  So one'day, feeling hurt at hisridicule,  she "resolved  to:-take. lriur"to market  wljth   ber and,, demonstrate  beyond, a-  doubt'tliat .she was a most economical  buyer.    lie consented, stipulating that  bo was not to be asked  io carry the,  basket.     ��� '  Arriving at the market, slie made  several purchases, and then at one  stall Inquired the price of eggs.  "What," she exclaimed, "10 cents a  dozen? No, Indeed, that Is too high."  She dragged ber reiuctant husband  'after ber from one stand to another,  still.Inquiring the ptfee of eggs and always receiving the same ausv.vr until  near the upper end of the market.  Here she found a dealer who offered  to sell ber eggs in any quantity for 15  cents. To her husband she said joyously:  "There,  I   f6Id -you so.    Why, those  others were robbers."  Turning to the salesman, she ordered  half a dozen eggs, gravely banded him  ibe S cents asked inc payment and  went home, praitlitu: away about the  'worth of economy in marketing and  the alleged willingness of dealers to  gouge the unsuspecting 'customer.  And lo this day she does not know  that her. husband and his friends  laughed over it at the club.-  HOTEL BALMORAL/t��^.^PBUooAS:  ' A(JCO.M.M'ODATlXG   III1I.     .   '  Youth���"Oh, I don't want (o take  that cliarater.       I'd make a fool   of  myself, sure."  Maiden���"Well, you said you wanted an easy part." '   "  Minard's Liaiinent Cnres Distemper."  FASTIDIOUS ABOUT IT.'  When wo are finally saved, we want  the job done by an old man who has  spent a long and creditable life in the  ministry, and not" by a "boy preacher."���Atchison Globe. ,.  I A "TOSCANA " reliance cigiar  Urt      lUOyAMA,     factory. Montreal  CAtfSE AND EFFECT.  "Wlint does the , poet    say    'a sorrow's crown of sorrow'  is ?" mused  the  thoughtful my-  ,  "I don't know what the poet says"  replied  the  one w,jo had  had experience,   "but  I think  it's    the    aching'  crown a  fellow  has  on' the morning"  after.he tries .lo drown his sorrow."  Where can I ^c-t somec-f Hollow ay'e Corn  Cure? I was entirely cured of my corns by  .thiti'remedy aud I wish soir-c more of it for  my friends. So .wrifci ijju. J. W. Bbown,  Chicago.  . A Philadelphia woman lias sued per  sons who called l.er an old maid li/T ��."1.  IKX.I damages. I.itd��- iiaumh. Xo im  m.iriii-d woman i- t*vv>r"ul.l. imd tin worn  uu would ever be Mii*r!e if .*-!ie could gel  tlu* li^'ht sort i-i   'i-s-fli.-ind. ��� Kansas Citt.  Tin* submarine boat inns) be rpekoned  with ;is a penuaiii-."!! fa; Mr in future 11.1  .-.il Viiufiiie. And il u- u-it too eili l.\ In  ciiiii-i.ier I lie U!inii!..-.:tiiU!s lo be miliie ia  ba! ill *.-liips in nidi'i I hat I'lei may uieei  mi even 1 -"'ns i\A new haibor'defen-?  lei 101.���I'bilriielj.iila , Keeord. -\  This Record .is or.-JS^j.eclal .Value to  Parcnts-T-It is a. Stt-bkago froui a 31 other  to Mothers'of .Growing* Giils."     "��� '-  ,^ Among the young girls, throughout  Canada who. owe .good health���perhaps life itself���to'Dr. Wi]li'ams'"Pink  Pills, is Miss Ilaf.tie Althouse, ' of  Campden, Ont. r When a representative called at the Althouse homestead  to make enquiries as to 'the particulars of. the cure, he was cordially received by Mrs. Althouse,. who readily  consented to give a statement for  publication. "Up to . the age of  fourteen years,"  said  Mrs.   Althouse,  'my, daughter Hat'tie had always enjoyed the'best of health. Then she  began to' complain of weakness',. and  grew pale and "languid. We tried'several'medicines, but instead of helping  her she was steadily* growing, worse,  and we became alarmed and called in  a doctor.     He told us that her blood  a .book about    ;Taf! h\ a very w'aLery .condition, and  ajc:      I lllaL she was on the-verge of nervous  prostration,.    She was under.his care  for several  months,     but  still ' kept  growing ..-worse.  , She   'had   become  very  pale,  had  no appetite,   frequent  headaches,, and 'after even slight exertion  her heart  would,   palpitate -violently.     'As  time passed,  she seemed  to grow  worse and'worse,  until   -at  last  she, could  scarcely  move-about,  ancl >vould lie upon a sofa most   of  the, day.      At this juncture she    liad  occasional. ��� fainting     fits,, and.    any.  fright, as from a sudden noise, would  bring on slight ���attacks, of hysteria,  Both  my  husband  and,'myself  feared,  that she would not live more than,;a  few months.      Jt'was*   while Hat'tie'  was in this condition that I read an  account, of a girl, cured "of a similar  ailment  through  the'use  of Dr.   Williams'   Pink- Pills.. .    .Then I decided  that Ilattie should give'them a trial,  'and  procured three  boxes;   when, she  had   used     them   there   was   an   undoubted     improvement' in *  her    condition,  and-wo felt  hopeful that she  would  regain*������ her  health..    She  continued using the pillsEan'd'.from-tha��  on .daily made progress toward complete     recovery.      Her   appetite     returned; .color-began,.to come back to  her  face,  headaches disappeared,  and  in  the  course  of  a    few months  she  was' as well as ever she 'had been, iti  her life.      It  is  now more  than  two  years "since she discontinued " the' use  of the pills,,.and in all that time has  enjoyed "the* best of'health,  with absolutely  no  return  of  the   trouble.   I  can .scarcely,..sax.-howr   'grateful     we  feel-for what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  ���have  done for aiy   -daughter,  and  I  would strongly uLge mothers   whose  daughters     may  be ailing     to     give  them    Dr.. Williams; ,PiniT .Pills     at  once,-and not ��� experiment 'with" other  medicines." *      "  ' Dr.*' WUhams' Pink Pills create new  biood, and thus realch the root of "the  disease. In the case of girls merging  into womanhood, they are almost indispensable;, and their use is a guarantee of future health and strength.  Other'so-called .tonic pills are mere  imitations pf this... .medicine, and  should * bo avoided. '" If your dealer  does not keep them they will be sent  postpaid at 50 cents "a box or six  boxes for $2.50, by addressing the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.'-   -,- y-~ ���       ,--..*...,  Youth anj Jove un-1 a sur.nr sir.-,  Tlies�� arc t'n-2 ihini.;-. of ti.e s/uslVJcsire;  All else is l.ut an cini.ty < ry,  At.lir-3 cold in the plnrc of fire,  f'-i'ny -alio may of otI*?>r fine l!ii-i��5, "  '  Never a hrarc that makes repiy   *  Like that -.vliiul. thrill*, to ihe voice tl  Of youth and love and'a $ui:uy bky!  Vouth and "love -and a si;nr.y zV.y.  '.Vhat is thc rest but an idle dr^aiaT  Karoo and liclics and power lii^h  Placed beside tiieiu pitiful iseni;  "iVlio Ihat lives till lhe hair ia giay'.  Though all c-Ite coir.o as tin yrars pa5i by,  JJut l:nov.*3 there's naught like one swe^t day  Oi youth and love and a sunny ;!:y?  ���Kipley U. S-aindeid in St.' Louis lt**puMic.  '���   ���     GENUINE PATRIOTISM. '  ^  i  Ladies of Canada :  Whil? statesmen and politicians argue the Zollverein and differential  trade, within the Empire (which they  will do .while jaw displaces common  sense), settle-this 'matter for your-  ���elves. o '  Your brother.. colonists of ' Ceylon  and India are growers of pure teas,  Black arid Green. Canadian and  United States ^importers supplv you  with 11,000,000 pounds annually of  Japan teas," yet they know Japans  are artificially colored and adulterated. .Lot'the knowledge of these facts  and, the. sentiment of patriotic sisterhood move you to help the British  planter.   ���       "     '  British grown Black'Teas hold the  Canadian market. Drinkers of Japan tea shpuld try the Greens now  coming on the - market, and your  dainty palates will, approve them.  Yes,^we hear your, grocer's excuses;  but Insist, Ladies can always get  what they want. Item em ber how  you ,ran your husband to���well, do  they still think it Paradise '? They  certainty will-if you give them Ceylon ?and India' green tea. * Blue Bib-  bon, jftlonsqon and Salada packets aro  ri<3w .obtainable.    , "       .      Colonist.  cures coughs' and colds at  o'nee. We don't mean that it  relieves1 you for a little while  ���it cures. It has been doing  -this-for half a century. It has  savedhundreds of thousands,  of lives. - It will save yours if  you give it a chance.  " I ci*utihcd and raised continuously.    Could  -    not attei.d  to  business.    One bottle of Shiloh  '  stopped the cou^h and restored me to perfect  health:  J. J. TAGGART, Toronto.  Shiloh's Consumption Cure is soiii by all  flrug*jfist��; In Cuiiii.la und U:jit��<I >tjil��-s M  2.-5o, 30c, ISI.GO a bin tic. In Great. IlritaSu  at Is. 2d , 5*s. 3d., and 4a. Oil A 'irintod  Kdiir.tiite** kock �� ith every bottlo. If you  in-o not satisfied jjo to your tlrcggi.st and  B��t your money b;ick.  Write for illustrated book on Consumption. Sent  Without cost to you,  S. C. Weils &. Co., Toroato.  ,,  .Served   Hint  Ri>-ht.  A modi-iii !-;��idrn Sv.il at home  Ami uoiii!. n*(I to li,-r*-olf  Why -jimif yonnK fclU-v iiidn't com*  And lakp hor ."off the shelf."  And when thrre came s c\ ap who wu  Iti'sohed to liiirn hi^ fate     '  She wouldn't look.ot him, because  ' Hit necktie wasn't straight.  ���PJck-M#-Ua.  The BaalJiU'aiii'a Judgment.  I li' was'somewhere.in.tb!sJ wide, wide  tvo'dd/just' '\vbe.."e has' 'slipped, my  mind, aiid' they were 'about to buy  beef on hoof for tbe jhips. So the officer whose duly it is to make'the" pure-base took ashore with bim' the  bo's'n. a? representing the cryvr, to  look oyer the animals aud either object,  or not.', They appioacbed the first aui-  inal. '   "  . "How will that *doV" asked the officer,   j ,'  The bo's'n cautiously approached  the beast, bent down and giugerly ran  bis' thumb"a"n'd forefinger down- first  one shank and. tlieu the other until the  whole four shanks bad been examined.  Straightening up be'said:  "He'll do all" right, sir."  ' The officer. (3aL��ergasted. cried:  "But, dash it all. you can't tell tbe  good points of a bullock b'y the  shanks!"  "Perhaps not,'sir. but they're the  only parts we'ever gels, sir," .was the  reply.-Pall Mall Gazette.  Fevzr and Ague and Bilious Dkbaj-qe-  milntb are pos tively cured by the use of  Purmelc-e'a bills. They not only clean*�� the  stomach and bowels from all bilious mutter,  but they open the excretory vessels, causing  (hem to pour copious effusions from tha  blood into the bowels, after which the corrupted mass is thrown out by the natural  passage of the body. Thoy are used as a  g-eneral family medicine with the beat  results.  A LOAFER.. ,  Ask it���Is Loafer a lazy man ?  ���   Tell it���Lazy I;   Why,   he  has   killed  so much time he. is, ashamed  to look-  a! clock in the fac';.  LLERY  Kiwi'! Llaimsit. Cnres' Grai In Cots.  IT \vl  i.i I ever.  '"nn'H accusations; of himself are  ^wlleved; bin "praises never.  "fij  ^  3  ��  P.f   Dodd's    Kidi'fey ' Pills   aro  .   '   lc��.on,     The^box Is imitated,  . ^ai?��   ����atinff   jiudf/ shape  of th��  ro'mltfttcci and, thp'namo-rDoddV  /     lla !s imitated. - Imitations ar��*  a -rone      T'i     ���' ���    .  s-    1 he original Is safe.    Podd'f  a. rcputatioik     Imitation*, or they'-'wouldn't Imitate,  !ytrad<  7 ''ill-i h,  iave  Sinn'* Snperlorltr.  One sees miuiy curious phases of human nature iu the safe deposit vaults  of n banking institution���iron* tlie women   who never by any chance know  where their keys are and go through  bug and pocketbook with reckless baste  to  the  man  who  is  not quite certain  that be has locked bis box ami returns  to the vault three or four times, puts  his key In tbe lock, shakes It hard ami  dually gees nuay convi.iH'ed  is well."   Hut' in recent experience  a new eustijnic'.r'to'.whbin I wa's renting  a box the climax was reached.    When  I handed him tlie keys and said:  .   -Now,  !ier6, are two ,keys.   .���Separate  tliein so that If yoii lose one you will  have the other to admit you."  lie quickly replied:  "Very well.     I ..will  put one on  koy ring and lock the other up; in.  hs (hat  men  Me.snH to the End.  (Joldrox-So you w.-i'it to many my  da lighter. What means have you to  that end?  Mr. I-'orchen-IIunt���Oh. we'd be married in the usual way -by means of a  miiii-ncr. That's easy enough.���Philadelphia Press.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  that  "all  with  Very line razors are made at the present day. but uf no liner steel than that  contained in the I>amn--cus swords and  knives which (he ancients used several  thousand years ago.  Vou can expect a sho-,-, er at Panama  about ". o'c-bn k e\cry afternoon during  .'be rainv s"'1^.",  my  my  a re  LIp-  Je on thc reputation of Dodd'n  I llls*" Do not be deceived: Tber*  J ono DODD.'S. ���.'��� Dodd's ������!��� tli��''  . '   Podd'a'is 'tho name to bocaiv-  PILLS  box."  And  vet they  tell  more  logical  I ban  womcm.-M'W  pineott. __     ___; _.  Plr'.'t SjnnjroKiie i��� New Vork.  I���������  ICS5 the .Jewish residents ol New  York   petitioned   for  leave  to  UtiH  synagiUand sent the ..etitmn   o Urn  ^venioraiHlhetotiieinayoran   con  ���m cmincll.  who refused   o M-intM  on'the  ground   that   worship  v        -jV  ((,!lded only to sects proless,ngf.>IH"��  jesns of-NiLareth: but ^"���  e-,n |��� tlie next year ol. ins tei n^  k' '     and  In.inOl   the  which  ,.,( is now  between  P.roadway and  was -0  The great demand for a pleasant, safe nnd  reliable antidote for nil affections of tbe  throat and iutiK'sig fully nut within Biclcle's  Aiiti-CVuuumptiu' Syrup. It is a pun-ly Vcg-  cluble Compoun.-l. and iie.is promptly and  miigically in. subduing nil coughs,- colds,  bronchitis, inihimmiition of lhe lung:1, etc.*  It is ?o pnlnlablo thnt a child will not refuse  It, and i*. put it a price thut will not exclude  the poor from its benefits.  BANKERS AND        J  BROKERS.: .'..*.     ������ J  X AO  j|-  362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG   |  I �������' .''"; 'S  U?  Stocks and bonds bought, sold and  \y  �����        carried   on   margin. ' Listed ���#  �� mining stocks carried \|/  %������6������������6��������e6������e6���������.���Sfe  ed the pei-jnit.          had ��  place.of pnhl.c wo s  |P.  stood on tlio south side pi �� ��  CHAXG1XG THE * SOBJECT.  ��� Mrs. Flood,ven���.Oh,'.Mr. Bat-ts, how  1     enjoyed    your  lovely    volume     of  poems!  Batts���You're very kind,    indeed !_  Do'you'like 'the Alcaic meter?    '  Airs. Floodyer���Alcaic meter ! Oh,  ject. Modesty" Ms "the'crown of genius. But, really, 1 cannot say.  I see, you want to change thc sub'  Doesit  save much gas? *  TELL THE DEAF.���Mr. J. F. Kellock.  Druggist, Perth, writes: "A customer of  mine having been cured of deafness by the  use of Dr. Thomas'. Eclectric Oil, wrote to  Ireland telling his frieuds,there of the cure.  In consequence I received an order to' send  half a dozen by express to Wexford, Ireland this week.".  1 ,   The *iofi-tsejr Refng-e.  There is one corner of Central America that Is at present a perfect paradise  .for   men   who   have   committed   any  crime.    It is a-place where tbe outcasts  of the world's society rule tbe-land of  their adoption and  where tbe officials  of tbe government protect all thieves  that come to fhem ami'make it dangerous for any detective to molest them.  '   This Is the republic of Honduras, one  of the least advanced of tbe stales of  South or Central America.    Honduras  iiiueed is a curious ��� mixture of jungle  and  gigantic  forest,  of cocoa  and  of  'rubber trees, of bugs, i:ampires, snakes  and crocodiles���of all matiiiei'of things  that  creep  aiid  crawl ��� and   sting  and  bite; a region where life'hi the daytime*-  Is a niockery and at night one feels as  though sleeping in red pepper.  Here, in every hamlet and city, are  to be found men from different lands,  mostly outlaws from their own conn-*  try. Chicago,y Bostpn, New York artd  Philadelphia'all furnish their "'quota.  England,. Fran'-i-e, Italy and even far  away Russia have their share. They  make no attempt at concealment, bear  the"n'ames they were bom to bear and  40 along about their business as Ifthe  laws of their own country bad not declared them outcasts.���London Er-  nress. ������       .    ''''.'���        '  TIIE BEST, PILLS.-Mr. Wm. Yander-  Toort. Sydcey Crossing, Ont.. write-: "We  have been usmg Parmelee's Pills, and find  them by far the best'pills we ever used."  1 on Deijcate ajtd Debilitated Coksti-j-u-  tioss these pills act like a charm. Taken in  siiiall doses, the effect is boih a tonic and a  stimulant, mildly exc.ting tho secretions of  tlie body, giving tone and vigor.  "    ' TIIS  CRIEYAXCE.  Mrs. Jones���T 'don't, see what you  should -have against my first husband.-     The poor fellow  is dead.  Mr.y.Jones���Yes. that is the only  thing I've got against him."  -    " WHAT SHE* WOULD' DO.'  "When'   we're  married,   dear,  won't be  always  threatening lo  home to your mother will you ?'  "Xo;   I'll  threaten  to  have mother  come and live Avith us."*  you  go  THERE WAS XO  OCCASION-.  "Oh, Mrs. Miggs, what a* dreadful  black eye ! I do hope you haven't  been.fighting ?"  "Eightin", miss? Me? Sure, 'ow  could 1 be fightin' with me husband  dead these two vears ?"  OUR WESTERN CUSTOMERS  will find our, stock of Watches,  Jewellery, Silverware and'Dia-,  monds in greater profusion than  ever.' There is certainly not/a  finer class of go. ids -to be seen in  Canada.  WRITE US     about" your Jewellery  wants  and  we  guarantee  to  give you  tbe very best value  ob-  ' tainable.  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J, & J, SatllBf t C0..l01tBt{  Beaver street  Broad street-  families, or about 1��j0 sot.ks,  The atteiidauce  A Titrili11* Tlir.n<.  iin.'illy   D'-cal*     _  (lie  drawing  "How   did '.vo"  Inisbaiid   of. siiiokli^'  room"  threatened  vour  in  BROKERS, ETC,  Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg  Money lent at lowest rates. .,  Stocks and bonds bought and sold.�����?  and other farm lands in ,|  15 on ml (o.'Remedy It. -'  ''���'��� Disgusted Ainerivaii (oiva dtisty road)  ���Well, here wc are riding behind a pair  of horses and tnk'ng their-dust, just because our grand Cat hers did.  Friend ���'WhatV lhe matter now?  ��� "The-burses ouph' to.be bitched at the  -I "threatened   lo  jacket for him ��'.���'-  w nn/'-Stray stories  ing  make a   smoi  ,- ,r |,c didn't give  ���13  m  4j     Railway     - ,  ���j-i Manitoba and X. W. T. for sale.  ���43    Mnps and folders sent on apphca- j?  %? lien. T   ,, ,   ..  4)    Gait coal from Lothbridgo,  ��8J!   Prices quoted to all railway points.  rear end of the can i.-iire  ten minim's to . *-=;;:)i't;  way."  Quick! As T have  I'll   invent   some  that do not convey a-'hint of  how, little you pay for them  are illustrated in abundance in  our 1901 .catalogue,ywhicli -we  will send'upon application.  . You will wonder how such  ./pretty  tokens of friendship    ,  could  be  purchased for the  prices we ask. . .    , y  ���Each aiytiqle,will be initialed  without extra,; charge-and enclosed in a dainty box to make  the giving" so much prettier,;    ,  DIAMOND HAILL,  -,   y Established   1854..  !OJ  Yon^o a^nd Adoleswldo JSts.,  Married women ihoulil all  know of Oolden Seal, "The  Wife's Friend," a certain  euro for Leueorrhea and  all in-OFularities. Ilia  been used by ihouaandi  of women. A craiued  nurse will answer all enquiring. 81 (X) per box,  sufficient lor ono monlhi  treatment. Addrui Ooldoo  8��al Mcdic��l Co., Toronto  Ont ��nd Wlanlpm. 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Free, \yinnlpeg, says: I have used "Oxyd-  pnor ' for two weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Head, and I feel  iko a new man.  Mrs. V.-Jj. Cook, Winnipeg, says: I had suffered untold agonies from Bright s Disease, aud  it relieved me of Pain, and in six weeks I waj  oured. ,  Mr. Vf. a. EUworthy. "Winnipeg, says': I have  suffei ed for fii years with articular rheumatism*  was in hospital for 5 weeks, and uSed almost  every remedy, including mesmerism galvan-.A  ism, elcotrio belt, etc. I have used Oxydonor !  lOaaya and reoeived more lienefit than from  niiythiiiR- else.:  Sirs. Giigner. Winnipeg, says: I have used It  benefieially with my family whenever sick,  and it has cured sue of severe iudigestiou and la  grippe.  , Sub-dealers wanted in every district. Addres��  Wm T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  Send for Booklets of grateful reports,  W. N. U.   300  r in this  <i*  >N.   The  eed have  r  reditary.  4  :t.    You  . %  ���in one  Simcoe, a  :ialiy. went  1. Was not  ttely cured  lacquainted  i>l<l by nil  Smites at  at ItrilHiu  A printed  ��. if y<��u  gffiht and  iiion.    Sent  Toronto.  aceldent  an nccl-  but  in-  uiu-h   as.  ; vear.���  /-elected  thin the  .pproves  ,2, 1 ap-  g-round  you try"  ne-mada  s  some-  ties  im-  ', eons by  HANI)  Bluo  a pack-  1     n.  for you  )rld. , It  is wiser  ,���   ito your  Id.   "Do  \      ir about'  -Haiti-  11, Now  arly six  burnlDg  h au ex-  ht, and  ould not  ; I got a  ICTKIC  1 my as-,  ; relief,  1 perfect  .Etc.  BAND.  atalogue  1 for any  ents.  at., and  eg, Man.  UGE  ito.i&a  ���ECO.  1,1890.)  its  back  not ben-  I "Oxyd-  and Oa-  * man.  had sni-  ase, and  lis I waa  .: I havo  mat ism;  . almost  galvan-  cydonor  in from  j used il  er sick,  1 and la  Addres*  mpeg.   .  ' ^��.-^-������  ���siirics,  , Scup-  .Ctnirch  tiers re-  ���. .Montreal  houMall  )aI,"Th��  .certain  hea and  1, Ila-t  ousandt  rained  ��� all oner bo*,  month (  ii (loldua  , Toronto,  ���Moo.  ' nip eg.  *5ES*��*M*BWi  <'&\        ^ij^^^i  ftS!S!'!SW'lfiB.,S!K��  r ��*. *��� ic*^."- * -j vs.-" e.-.-^n (���!>  I *���'    ha -,-t ,  i>- ' ���; l,, f��* * i  <"   -t��- jfcl,*'  li.y-j'T.1' hj-1"  H^ilHt''''   '  !&*��� fflt^"-"  -, iicjiV;- "  *  "j iTif.S' ;��� it.  *-'      -Jp-�� �� ;r  - I  r��.;j'>f.   *  " ��,i ,  '  - ti. i  ft.:!-;- ;���  y a a  i i v> -* '  -l.-i     .J.JH   ���    *���  '!.f    ->?''.'    '  b. i/5y ��f  vi  ' .''!;���*"-/I  .���U r*--' ������*!  iu v-'.'i>*'' r  >1 ','j J'.fJ  .   u fc ?-Vl;l *?  -.' N,.{--:u> vi*: ii  ��� ;?{��� H\b4  i(.* f**;iti, ���'i  ���    It***,   j,��I,ISi> ifi  ������ iu s-k'kh  ��b|'',>  ���'i<*. >���*  \yi> Ik  ::- ' .'I1*  !.\ -rn /iHAi..-2  s*' ll*-'.--1' si. ?* o  ��*i ij*;  f��*<* .'TH'ff jig'  ;'-"*. /Til's*  Ji xi :y,?4  Iff*     1*'..   ,.ljll.;   Uf:  ���v )X e ;i'.J  ���-'^ ,��;-^ fr-O  SI*  P;'.-,-ifTi?|  I-J." ?*** tV* **  fl-'.fftt ti''*:.^  xwi'iFjikr  if* f  'B  r.'f��  ii  St" I'J.T  If. if  F;   r*J-  brh  ,h:  ii-t  'if-if?  ,1*.^' ;���  -jy\  W-X:l  Nlfl  'H<'.�� ""'*:*^v^  t* !���** vi'^h"!  k'|kS, f-l(-1��-,*f       cf  Miivi'^Uf  V '^!,  >.' J A lef f>  '   -  -f W V  [.-��. Li *S  it"  ?',<>  .nt i*  ii if, ���  vTs    'j  tiff  rtl.^i   f'  JrfT '5$'  *-    ^.   }  *��� i -,  .'  1-!'  h'  i'  .!'  j *i  i  A JMotlicr's i.ove,  Just before tjie pircqs on��j:eJ ycatc-r-|  day ti'fternqt/ti :: worr/ap, eccpmpnicd  by hefSfini a hoy -Ibout Jo year's of age,  ���ppoared on tl?e- grou'nJs'an'd'ivas the  first at the ticlW wJgon. 'When the  . window was opened the* mot lief said to  -he ticket i-eller.���   "  "If you will he s > kind as to let a  poor widow womanYJohnny into the  v;:euh   lie    >.v"lf ci'i'V   Vater   to   the  ���lephant." ,  ������Siand Lad;, msttiair., &tsud   back!"  -i'i ui. h  .ad.  look   it   half-dollar  over  -,ii--' u..\- iier boy hy   the,   hand  .md  up    iMitniiiee  of   the  big  '���i      in.-in   at   the  ��y  "Yuu->nd yfiur Johnny carry  your-  ��� '���!f right out   of   this!" was   the very  * hi phaiic reply. * A   -   -  ���'Oouldo't'we both  gee   in   for   tpn  L-enta, if we eat on ti^e-ground?"    ��� ���  .   -No i.i a 'a m"! S ta tl d bact, n 6V7;  you  r- in the way'!"'       ; "''     '*       "      '"  '"   '���   a-f.-\]   HaeU.    ..or   oO,-.LU.lt.f,t:cn.  V) 'enrVi in'his ^'yes. ahu 'his  ���'   -i  '���    '1 N-riiiini'd.    '���'      '    o     j  ���:   \ n",.ifiv    -('"ar���your  ii.. ai.d will get you in," I  ..iiii-L'ly remarked, as she Jed  i im t- tjip  ticket wagop.'   O'ro'w'dina:  .ind puohing her, way   in,' sjie   eajjed  hut.,: i  ���  Thi? hoy's 'father  wag  & preacher,  pr"d vein I'tight to let him in free."   ^  "HlMid hack, madnmi ataad hackj"  veri all the answer she got.  i      -...-���  ... ...  ,.. j,,  j     Such g-ood friend* did wo three b&-  'oome Mint X ling+itf 4 oa In'tho placofoe*  a w&aku dtzfibg-'iBiyfeicii timo I grew dajjjr  more'���anootiiLfortafble at^the'part I'*^as  playiag.   .At l&at I eotight out Miliy  one day;, aloae, Bad confessed-the irUth  to her/ '.    .,-..'     ;     ' . '.'   '.  "I am not awrgriaeA," eha Baid; "i  thoug-ht you W3pfe not 'much iika the  Cbjurley  I used/to,"know.   But I am  eorry'for you���sorry"to think  "your  cousin should have got that '��6,000,  while you were not even bo much"aa  mentioned."     ^ ",  r, *-*.!���*-������ i     "Alll,>  ^ said, with'ft slgli, "that Ih  Oimi mormng.s* bre*kfast-we were    Chai.j    ,a  lurfc^ftil<i ^^Tlt Ib'^,  T.iKrfi urn  cnr^-<��rl  t.h*�� w\m��>i nmnui nnri -.,       '   ��� '< ������-  ",������������*���..,       *    .��.-,.  ways the aame���always has been, and  ...   ynBUBHTS   LHOF-  Charley Wibarn aad I are tcushay,  bui{: oom^iowv:Z scarcdy seem toh^-  long- to, the fajcnily at all. ..We had pip  end of relations, and he.-.w&A �� g^neijil  favorite with al], even some h& hall  never aeen, for they would die and leave  him. leg-acies. Ho wns ^constant ly getting- some littlo ''windfall" oi this  tind, till at length. Charley Wibura's  luck" -became a gesieral catchword  among- us���a aynonym. for all that- waa  lacJcy and fortunate.  :-^..<"-..V:'-S  artiste and shared the same iropmd^and  studio���he received a'blacJc-edged letter, which, upon opening- and reading,  he cast down wirh.3 djsoontented iooki"  .- "Another fuoes&l to^j-o to," he grumbled, "and herD���are my piotxir.es un^n-  ished and next week iaeendijig-'lp.'dayj.7  "Who is it now?" I aaked.   "Another  legacy, Isuppoeey"-eJi?''A-  ������     . \  -  ����yery likely," ho returned, ludlfter-  ently���-he waa $o_use4>to these things  be eoarcely took any notice of tboim now.  "It's Uncle Alexander Stephen. Did you  know him?"   .  ,. y-. ' ..  ; i, shook my head.   MHaro heard of  him^neversawhim,"I*aid.'   v    ''  .  *'X hardly knew him myself,"'Charley  fczplainod���"at least, not since I was a  boy. ,It'"s�� a rare bother,, thia, coming  Juefc now." . 8iicjj,. a |ong journey into the  M>ir.fm      r-'B.-,*. . -r���*.li^  J-'. * 1.1 '���!!_'i  olwaya 'will be,.I .suppose."  ,v I V^��s thinMnc' what. I dared not say  ���that,, if that,..Afijm .had b'ut .b^en  mlnei" I could have o*}ifad iiev to bb miiieiv  too; whereas, now,- -^vith my poor-piw-  pects-r-weli; of course^ ittraaidlly eves.'  po dream of siwh a thmg.  ' I wat��hed &ixr iaarxowly after that,"  but could see so dIflej*eiioe in her treat-;  meiit'of me,' ..*.',',..,,  I hod written to Charley, tejlipg hi^n  of hia good fortune, ond thlut I was JSTQr  ing to etay ondown here for a tew daya;  but beyond a brief notoespreeaing.won*  der at whatever attraction I could see  there at that timo qf Jhe year, he had  said nothing and written no further;  not a word of tha&ka of of jrefereiave to  Heating Sfco.ve^  Cookinl Stdyqs;  grove 'Failiisni Ags,  Ertaiielled* Wafe,,  Builders, Supplies,  Sewing Machines,  IfoterSupplies,<:  ��aint^ oilsi aiass.  "yy v- Jy-y  -r -.v-:  Challensre1  :X  fe.-  CALL ON''  To beat tixe qualijjy an<J pnoe  pf <m iiq^bP^^f ehftf $%&$  Fo^deir^Benrfett Fuse^dai:  gary atid SoliKt^'.Btewiiig 0qV  gt�� clown'for dae^!  ���'���What, in your nanas?' I exclaimed.  "Ye*, why npf.? -It's years,Kinoe I  yr&s" ahapng oiiy' of the &et, ��� Th:i; letter  U" from a ifr: Parchly/the <��>l:o:k?y'to  the.wli], I Buppcse; ho doeen't know me.  Ypu are Jack Wibpni'-^it's ozilya difie?-  once' of fi phnjjjjajj) name, aad it'a oil  la ibe'famtly. you k��oir,n"'",'''  ' T% etyt fbs r^atW "^wt, z had to  17!E��^i��*-^��aa    T   ' imnaisllu   ' At��  ���> mi.-**.->  Tinsmithing  and   plumbing  in  connection.  t ��� ��� Uf maw<j>Minr. m-TTi  -.'is'  -^���ti���i-���n   'i,v-��' "'   j;  S?-' STOYlfi'S'llfiAWNG-HOTEL.  0  WRITS |/f? FP^ PRICES.-  4-   >   '  &:  day, finding myself' olpne -ivith Milly! %  blurted out iny.hopolipad Ioyh tox'h���rt  ���and said I should go away atoncei fori  felt that I could not'possibly stay on  j&er�� aiiy longai*. MiUy'i always"quiet  and ��wlfrpofts��ised;'' remained ���' jiijont  awhile,' and then said, looking down;  ' "X think you "hail b^ter "Bpe-ak to  WfrT"' -'������''      ';���"; V  "Tniati"'? Baptorptw^r wcplaimedj  "No, no!"  ��� She drew the boy ont of  the  crowd  nnd  took   a   walk .around   the   tent.  ^Thp-e was  a   spot  whero   the   canvas  w��s rained a little, an4 aa  they  halted  'here phe aiiid:  ."Johnnv, a Tpot.her'e loye   can  surT.  ' mount every obetacle.,   I'll stand here,  nnd vou crawl under the tent."      ,    , ,  ' ihe ppread her skirts as far aa pos-  .ihip, nnd the boy x^s a (^'ive an<:? c^s"  v -.nf^ir.^l In about ten seconds he,  , re-^r-u.-^ireil ;n the qhape of- a. ball, and  ' '.? didn't-, t-top, rolliqg until ho had  f-oc. .hi-.-ty fest. T*he,niQther atraight-  niifd him. o.ut, lifted hitr, up. a��l1 in  quired 'vhsit bad happened.  <'I���j don't exactly know," said , the  boy, aa he looked back- at the tent,  ���'but I ixm-'-i'*' I don't, care . for any  tjirn'K uiotliei-'u lon/o, I'll take pink  i"inonado m place of it.."--"Detroit  j'Vee Frests. '  HRloyon Slot Blirl^igO.  ri'h-: uiobt complete health resort on  i - erntinent ui N.orth Amciica.    Sit-  *.' -.    i>ud*-t   acenery   unrivalled  lor,  ,.r..i,.i'Mr.    THE   HALCVTON    HUT!  ^rJ!II?Ci.; yauiwrium, Halcyon  Hut  .niiings, Arrov/ Lake, B.   C.    Resident  physrciiui and nurse,    Boating fishing  and   ei-cursions.      Telegraphic    com-  piunication   with   all   parts   of , the  \vprid.    Two mails arrive and   depart  daily.    Terms, $lo  to' $18  per  week  according   to   residence   in 'hotel or  villas.    Itb baths pure all  nervous and  pmscular djse^^es.   .fts waters heal all  kidney,  hyev   ,and  stopiach  troubles.  Thc baths aud \vatcys   fire   an inyalu-  ble remedy for shyer and  lead poispn-  i��V- ''    w^fay ��$�� c����ten^. - I f(m '^jjy aj^ mrtt ^ po^m^  oi'youi't&iheer^'. I stopped and ahoofe  Fort St# Mercantile Gompgji):K Ui.  JACOpP?f|NK, fVlgp,     ,  Can't.you let us (n ror ton cents?  |. 0f oi-edoattfii, Md ������* out, grtanbliaff ���  rood denj at whijt I csoniwjered Chjirl*y'6  'teheek" in thu^ making use of ma, Jf  f had Jlr-dfihed up my >vork before he  had i% wsa only because I ha4 forked  jit it more pooujtftjitly^d cpw�� instead  pf reaping the a^yftnUge in thft ahape  pf ^ few daye? Ve&t*,' hi made it 'ap ex-  cose lor sendiag' me o# on'ft'lpg'*,iw��fluJ��  misaion' like tfci��; 'anii Ic'hafllby irotiiaj  no'doubt, have'.e good legacy, too, out  of it.' ' "        ���'���������'  '"I don't suppose IL'3 rauch,? be said  to fne, '-'Perhapa" a hundrod'or'twor-  hardly worth "ffolhg down >Jpr,' you  kiiow!'?       ���' '   '"��� ',    '" '  So I had to go���with. nov \egefiy in  view at all, sniaJl or large! ' . **  , However, os I have esdd, I eet pyit fox  ihe'jilace���it was DeyoriGhh-e-^ind in  due coux-be I arrived at the littlo tosvn,  and p*at up at a hotel for the. night.  The funeral waa fixed for tho following  day, and on inquiry, X'learned that the  house I had=to go to w^a on'iy a short  ��e*?rrorce away. -  The next day, ther*fores sji-w me  among the assembled guests. I found  out lir. Parchly and' rflently showed  him. his own letter. ^Ah," ooirj bu,  "you aro Mr. Wiburn. Very , gocKi.  Glad io see you." I .did not r^plyj bo  he concluded that I waa Charley Wiburn, without having, eaid anything  oue wav or the pthor.  But. when, after the funeral, the will  oajne to be read, I found Charley ws.a  down for �� 5,000, That made me fchink  it harder linea than ever that I should  have had to come down in hia olace,  The weather was atrociously cold"; "the  March wind* strong and blustering',  with showera of sleet and enow, and I  felt oold and miserahle. At the end  of the reading of the will I was making my way out to get back to the hotel,  when BOme one said; "Mr. Wilburn,  I believe?"   I looked around and saw  ���my- head, MAIiifl, npj". I said, "bucK a  thing could not happen to me. Tt would  be Charley's luck", that^-not mine." '"'V  "Well," said MUly composedly, "thoy  Bfcy you n��rer knowyour luck till you  ivy; but if you are top f&Intrhefurted to  try, why, of course���"'    ��� '��� -  "; "I'll go oi? Bod find tbe majoy and  ��� hayo it orut at paee," I burst oufe '  And I saw him accordingly, and hilB  him the whole atoiy, "humbling &poJ*-  gi��in'g for daring to oak for hia datxgljy."  tor's handj whent as I/pras.bqjjnd -^ tei?  hlmV I Vp* aot Charleyf tbtxt Jiieli Wt-  Ixtrn, and I had no �� 5 JiOD legacy,. astS  no' prospects' In pGitioalftj'B and' *��tib  lt?ek^ '-" '���  '    "'���' A    ������'- '��� "���-   "    '���    "���  %���!��,* eaid the aaa^w, f5ww lo At  Master Charley conies'-fd' for oil *J��e  luck^ in this vrayT" , ;\ ''. !A" ",  "'"'il don't know, slr,M X aimwemed, d<de-  fully. (1 MHe goce abqut more and makes  himself more liked, i tiiink, while 'l~"  I hesitated. '"       ' "   * '   ''  "While you stick aft home apd work.  IsthatitrheaakeO- -" ,  - VcWell^' I returned, ?1 try sny besi.  You ��ee, I have nothing else to rely oa���  or hope for-rlik�� Charfey. It's his Itttflt  -^and mipel" ',        '      ,   "  (<However,M said the major, "1 have  been told you get your pioturcs hung,  and sell them, which ia more than bo  does.  Ia that luck, too?"  To this I made do reply. I oonld act  eee its relevancy.  "Now, look here, Jack WibuM," the  major went on. "I knew yott wero not  Charley Wiburn." (I looked up in sur-  psrise.) "ifilly told me"; pnd I have piadie  certain inquiries of my own, and I hare  eomething to tell you. The late Alexander Stephen Wiburn was a very old  and intimate friend of mine, and had  long ago set hia heart upon Milly'g marrying Charley" (here I jumped up ex-  oitedly, but he waved his hand to mo, as  The bept of accommodations  - Jpr the tr^velirig public,  Uoygfion 3Sros., Props  SE  -BREWERY  JOSEPH NEJDER8TA35TJ'rrop, '���  Lager beer sold  by the Ke^'o'r dozen  bottles'. A ' <"������'>  Offing to a ooat��mpl*^I ohangfl (n busJnosc I .,?rlJJ' sail ihc  =~ ��� ���       etp.,' at greatljr reduced ptiees. "''���','    ���'  (ify groceries are fresh and good, anj jvill ba closed out  At a great rodu'etion also.    : ":  ���'  This opportunity won ft  lapt long,   Move quickly and  takp-advantage of it.    -'-��� ~  Th�� Busy Store at the Bu��y- (3or?n��r,  " ���...-���'��'>*'.    *  COBNEIt  OPPOpITK POSTOFEIC^.   ,'        ;*,  . : : 4; "^' .   "' T, E. MAHAPFY.  Bottled Beer,  iii Stock. : :.  v  Outside prders Givep StrictAttontion.  S.J.WHITCOMB  House painter, grainer,  glazier and ''papefhanger.  AH work'pn perfect iTOr-  face guranteed. Prices according 'to ' qnility and  stock required ,' "   "'  Iffpyie, B. O.     *  F. J. SMYTH, C. B.  -��.-    -      ,   i- .A.Z..   -,  >.>��. /��(������:  COURT MOYIE.  ��� >..-,- - - -  No. 4005.     .  MoctB oil tho first anil  bird^hurs-fity ol each  \ month, .yieltlng broth-  reii'invlUkl td oftcrid. -  ��� LEWIS THOMSON', F. 8,  > ii ~?,-? ^  mrnmm^  GO *T0  THE  a  stiff, .military-looking old  boy re-    ��^ *�� ^ q^iet).   "But ho waa de-  ~Wp\4iUmu}[lnS'  ���C. 0. Uamaurer respectfully informs the public that ho is a practical  \vatch maker, having worked at the  ���bench for 1-1 yt-aia m "Bjiton, Mas^.  A fine coilociiop of Waicbos, Clocks  ���and Jfcwelty will be here shortly so  kiudly iiolq orders uytil then. Prices  will 'surprise tne natives'. Honett  wurk onu hoiiost pay is my motto.  Spectacles and goggles.  Yours respectfully  C. O. Demaurez.  Opposite   (he   Kootenay Hotel   till  better located.  garding me with a smile through hia  spectacles. "Charley," said he, "donvt  you remember mo?" I thought to myself: "Oh, now I'm in for it. Herees  a nice mesa���all through trying to serve  Charley.    Just my 0bad luck."    Thi"  termined that, tf it came about at all,  it should ba spontaneous, and not  through, any compulsion or unworthy  motive. But in that will you hesrd  read the other day there waa something  you did hot hear���it waa mixed up in  QHAS. P. CAMPBEjLL,  Funeral Director*  and  Em"b aimer.  Graduate ofkChampiou Collogc of thc  United States. . Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken^s block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended'to.  Cranbrook, ^. 0.  WILDEY LpDCJE ��p. fj."  Meet3 every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria' streot. Sojourpiug  Odd .Fpllowsvcordially invited.'  Toronto Glothim  R. A. SMITH, V. l|,  A. T. KENNEDY, TI'.EAS.  Tk I. tfQOJiE, 3.  P. }. SMYTH, F.  P.  For your,outfit.. The largest atockic  East Ifootena^'.  1 i  BEID ^ eo.T  .  ���   '       ppAiJBftqoj:, B. 0.  Movie   Miners'   Union  Meets jn McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invitpd f,o attend.  II. H.' Dimock:, F. T. Smy^h,  President. Secretary.  ���{00  Meats and Fpulpry  Tgv the* Holidays.  feeling did not grow less when he wld:    r��iDotliei' master; but it oomea to this:  ''MiJIv  wanta  to'snAftV  t^.  ^r.,-.     qi.^    That if Miily married *hie iiephew/ ho  and ehe wero to have a certain sum  MOTICK.  Notice is hereby giveu that 1 will not from  tins diue hold myself rospoucible ror aebts con-  imctc'l by my husband, .lolm Dill. jNelthcr is  ihe^nid John   mil  iituhoiizi'd   to  eollect   my  flceountu. Jfr.s. Adolmile Dill.  Mo\ie, N'ov. 21, 1900. 3 32  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks.  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  niilekly uncertain our opinion free whether an  Invention iH probably patentable.. Communications strictly contldcntlal. Handbook ou Patents  sent free.-Oldest npency for securing patents.  Patentsj-taken tbroutih Munn & Co. receive  "pecial notUc, without chari*e, in the  E^t x.^aL aiaA*1^* ��2"VB **  K hnr. j3omely illustrated weekly. J-amest olr-  cnlatlon of any BcienUiic Journal. Terms, $3 a  &B��i��iiiirft0#i     '*1,  SoWb7a�� newsdeAlcrs.  mllNK iCo.3e��roa��>^. New York'  Branch Office, U25 F St., Washincton. D. c.  *MiJIy wants ^o'spe^k to you.  haa been looking at you. and eaya ehe  can baidly i-eeogrnixe you for he* oki  playlellow." ("J?o wonder," I thought  "It would be strangre if sho did.")  She came up and shook hands, and  the moment I looked at her I simply fell  helplesa over jiead and ears inlovo  then and theTe-. She Boemed to be tho  loveliest, xnoet adorable creature I  luid ever Been. A sudden reaclTe eamo  Into my mind. Bather than run tho  ri��k of losing the chance I now had of  speaking to her I would say nothing  about my not being- "Charley," let tho  coneequecneca be what they might.  "Don't you remember your littlo  playmate, Milly?" eaid sho, with a  blush and an entrancing look of her  beautiful eyes. "Well, it'a not so but-  prieing, for I should never have known  you, either, if Mr. Parchly had noi  pointed you out to rne.n  Before I exactly realized what I wad  doing I wan whisked off to Maj. Eain-  fteld'B ho us&���sm I found tho name of  Milly'B father to. b&���to dine, calling at  the hotel for my evening'"togs" on the  ���way.      ���-   ���    xy:  ���  J. found the major's house a neat,  quiet-looking little place on the out-  skirte of the town. He lived alone with  hia daughter (hi�� wife being dead), a  housekeeper ajid one servant. Though  everything/Was comfortable, there was  that indescribable air that gave one  the impresaibh that they were not. too  well oil aa regards this world's good o.  Since I was not too well off, either,  thin would not have troubled me, but  for,that legacy of ��5,000 T waa supposed! to have come in for. "Was that  the secret cause of thi a sudden friendliness?" I asked myself. But when I  looked at Milly, and saw the frank  glanco of her truthful, honeet-lookihg  eyes, I felt ashamed of myself; nor,  when-1 regarded the.major,.and noted  between them to begin housekeeping.  I have consulted Mr. Parchly upon this  matter, and he agrees with mo that, as  Charley's name ia not expreoely mentioned, and as he would not take the  trouble to'come down himself, oven to  tho funeral of his poor old uncle, who  hod been eo kindly disposed to him, if  Milly likefl yon well enough to have you,  you and she will be just oa muoh entitled to tho sum set aside as if Maste?  Charley hsd married her, end I am  sure I shall not object to tho situation.  In the will tho only condition is that  Milly &hall marry 'his nephew,' and, of  course, you aro ap. much hia nephew ao  Charley ia. Thareforo I Jes.7e it with  Milly; if sho says 'yes,' I cay ihe> pasoe,  and you will both have something to e*4  up housekeeping with."  No need to tell the joy with whleh I  heard the cuiCEpoc^l news, or th��  heartinoea, with which I thanked the  kind-hearted major,  'Til go off.oad tell Milly at once^I  said; but I had not goae-fa* when ho  called me back.  ;  "You don't oak how much yoa will  have to start housekoeiping upon," he  'Wlid.;  *.      ��������� ....',,. ,  /��������� "What xna.ttes��, afr, eineo yon thtak  it enough ?" I anewwecL  "H'm; but you may aa'w��31 loi&w.  You might not ihiuk it enough.'*  "How much is it, then?" Iaaked.  "Fifty thousand pounds," cold the  major.- ,A ������'.���.'  And t'his i.s wh&v.Clirifley lost nnd 7  -ninoi]   Vy-t;-,,-.f, joiirjj'^y���-?v)n  ���'���" "! ' . Ai!!) and M&cjfil;b���  ��� '-'i "!:��� r -.v"n"Y :;-*  CANADIAN PACIFIC  and Soo Line.  A Pointer  Fop Vqur Eastern Trip,  is to See th&{  -    Your Ticket Reads via   *"~  ��Qyie BP^rd pf Tr^de  Meets ia the ftroyio school ��� l  house on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp.  J. P. FakrelLj Pres.    '  A, P. Macdonald A.; T. Cwnk,  Vice-Pfps.        . Sec'y.  \ye aro better proparod  thau ovor to  i       * i    *     ����� *����� i  oorvo tho peoplo of 8oj}th B*38fi Koot��*  pay jn our Ijpfi,  CANADIAN    PACIFIC  First-Olass   Sleepers  on   All   Trains  from   Reyelsfcoke and Kootenay JLdg.  TOUKIST   CARS,  Pass Dumnore Jet daily for St.  Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and  Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for  Toronto. Same cars pass Revestoke  one day earlier.  TRAINS   DEPART.  8:51   for   Kaslo,   Nelson,    Rossland.  The bewt   of  Mcate,   Turkey*,   Chlckou#|  IlltckB, fc'lgh and Oystor*.  See the annual display.  si-ipps  at  Moyie fort Steelq  Oranbrook Femiei Warduer-  Slocan   and     boundary ' points,  Reyelstoke, Main Line and Pacific  DRY GOODS, ROOTS AUD  SHOES. LADIES AXD  PJENTS    ��� FURNISHINGS.  Call and inspect our clothing.  The most up to date  stock 'm  town.  MOYIE, B. C.  mm ���i,.iimuisMHJiiinMt.��i..IMiWWWi���|ii ,   Photography  Coast.  15:09 for Moose Jaw, Brandon,  Win-  ���mpeg.-cfcc. and all Eastern  points  ���OVt:  connecting at Macleod for Calgary  'Edmonton, etc,  ������UtO  --Residential lots $125 for sale.  D.J.Elmer.      !  Sec  Apply for Rates, Maps, Time Cards, Tickets aud  FUn iiiformatiou lo Ncdrest Local  Agent,  - E.J. COY Lit,  ���A- 0. F. A*,, Vaiicovtji-  '������''' A    ' |      '.  1      G, Hiliier; Agent, Mbyic.  Christmas   is coming.    Get  , your pictures  tajren   to eond  home.   PREST,  the photo-  graph or, will visit  Moyie . on  each    Saturday.   -, Flashlight  pictures takenyat tho, Moyie  or at   your   room   or house.  Leave your'"'orders   at once.  ' No time to delay.  Prest & Go.,  Photographers!  Cranbrook,"  iYIoyJCj     Fort'Socio  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday and Wednesday.  J. J, MU^PHir ft.CQ/S  ;.'.,'���'    ��T0RK, MOYJE, 11. 0:;; . '  si  JOIIX    BAKUEK,    D,   J).   8.;    h.   Tt,  Omce and Residence    CRANBROOK.  St. Eugene Itnernational.  BARBER SHOP AND  BATH ROOMS.  W.R. STONE, Prop.  St. Eugene'Mine, Moyie B. ��  mm  m  B  i  p  P   o  lw  iod  ru


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