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The Moyie Leader Dec 29, 1900

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 .p .1  /��  .,������' X  X'  X  ._.?  r  /  /  gEALE; ft ELWELp;  ' cOMMI^IOn'aND IN6TJRAXCK  AGENTS.  Fire, Life and Accident  U J$ A N- C B,  fQL, 3, NO. 3Z.  '"' ' MOY]  ������  "   ' '   w   f������   CHRISTMAS GOODS v  TOY3,'srr,VJ3RWA.'"KB   "   '"    "'  AND CANDY  AT  CANN'S bookstore  MOYIE, B, C., DECEMBER 2% 1900.;  S3 A YEAR  -7*r^r-  &<sQ^>^=>��~&^^>^Z'��=i��  *5?  A* . ���   A Ifl A Q  *. THE YEAR'S PROGRESS  e  -    -   *- ��� ���      ,       ���   .  $ To every man, woman and child in Moyie. and the Suburbs there?  i of, we extend Xznas Greetings with a .superb stock of the following  ^e^riew ot the Camp for  that Time.  Teas and Coffees  '���*���:    i .    .     -     *. .' -    v   -    -�� .   --  0  'Include*   the ' fiinious0 brandq   of'  Blue Ribbon tea, Uondi tea, Tartan  leap-phase ��   Qautorri  coffee;  Ar-  bucklo coffee.'.Eariy-Breakfast coffee,  Ankola coffee. <>  Dried .Fruits  Jil^arrived zi'large stock: of tho urh  est dripd fruits frotn  California.   .Jt  ������ will pay you to see them and buy. ,  Canned Goods  Are the well kno\yn brands Bitch ( as  frarden City/ Simeoe Canning -Co,,,,  ��� Lakeport Canning Qb./arid ' Aylmir  .   Canning Co. '.,'���:  Don't Forget       ,    '  *��� - - ���   t'  That our vegetables, potatoes, etc.,  come from Ashcrcft, tho. only place  to get thsright quality.'      .��� .. '  i  "��� . '       " -���'       '"'���    Clothing -'_-,_ ','(;       ���   -.,   <  $ During , 3��mas week   our   prices  in clothing,  dry goods, and boots find shoes will be actually cut in twp,  1A       ''   '    Something, now in Moyie.    Trove this fact yourself by dropping in at' the popular store, ��� - j   ' ��� ���  ft _���L_^ : : . \~~-i���: ^ L~^_: : ~^  B  IS  st>.^.>.*r.^>J?js0L'JZ!4!��4Zi >g'>��g^.'>gi &&^4k^^^^^^^��^  ^,. >^,. x^,. >^. >^.. 1^. ->^  '=5s.-  ^^'^^'^^'^^'-^.^^"^  OUTPUT OF TEE MIMES  LOCAL  NEWb,  - ir  Orar One Dlilllou  Dcllars' Woitli or Oi'0  1 ' i   ��� ��� >     * ,   * i    i    ! '��� ^ ���  Has E-effc the Camp In Less Tlitin ,  i ������ .   -.i      .- -   -     . '��� \  Bight Montlig.     .  E. CANAPIiN'.'BANI' OF' COMK...  Paid Up Capital, $6,OGQ,Q0a  UNBRDItK BRUNCH,    - ��� ' .' 1. *. H, ^HHE, MfiR  27. A. Ma-PKenjis, "Proprietor;/  irhe!;Hotel for the  masses.   Everything First  inr;everyj respect.    Sample Rooms  for  Commercial Men.  IHOYIB.      . British Columbia.  l\  k  sample room in connection  with houko for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  ^ea'fiquar\er�� tbr pon\mencial and Mining Men.  OjUREtf  A.Vi3NUE, -^T ~'  As  ��� MOYIE,   B. C.  k  re can collar you  With standing collars, turn down  collars, rolled ctlgo collars, colhirs  \vitb turn points and cut away.  You will like thorn if bought here.  LiUest styles, holiday prices.  \We can puff you  With squar cuffs, round   cutis,  or  IwH ,'OUUd and'squarc,   but   wli.rtt-  Cvcr kind you choos you  may be  l,1'c the prices will be square.  iod  can tie you  with a string and a knot, a puff  arid a four-in-hand an ascot and a  how bought' spocially for 'Xmns  trade; and if ivo tic you, you are  right every day needs ;\t every  prices.  Suitablg Present  A suitable present is often hard to  select. \Yc might be able to help you  by looking through 'our Grocery department. Wc have some dainty  things wo can show you.  Hoard of ITrado JMoeling.  A  special   meeting  of   fcha   Moyie  board of trade was held   in '"the   Odd  Fellows   hall   Thursday    evening   to  transact- general business.   ' l   '*       ,.  A petition asking for tho division  of  'the'Forfc Steele fninifig BiVi^ibri was  ���submitted ancl approved.*   The'petition  asked 'for  a Vsoutli "weotgrn   division  being" at a point on"the "western"' fcoun- 'VJack'  dray"bf the 'existih'g divisldn', ' thence  east along the' watershed bety/een  St.  Marys and Moyie   rivers,   passing    to  .north of Cranbrook  and  termimrtmg  ! at a point on west'iside   of, Xooteuay  'river,' thence following said river so as  so include Wardner, south" (o boundary  h'nc thence west  along  said boundary  line, to   boundary" between   East and  West Kooteuay,   thence   north along  said boundary, to place of  commencement :    And an  eastern division embracing the remainder   of the present  Fort Steele  mining   divisipn   not   in  eluded    in   abovec boundaries.   That  your   petitioners   would   respectfnlly  suggest Moyie as the most convenient  point   of   the   above   south    western  division for the location of the G/overn-  ment buildings as -Moyie   would   be  situated in  the  centre of  the  above  division  and being on the Crows JSest  lailway would be easy pf  access   from  all points of the proposed  south western division.  It is the intention lo change the bylaws so that a 50 cent .fee' will be  charged  each   member   per    month.  This will   increase   the  treasury  and  , , ...       t .,  enable the board to run aloug more  smoothly.  The board has corresponded with the  bank of Toronto asking for a branch  to be established in Moyie.  The matter of a public hospital was  brought up, but it was decided to  await the action of the miners union  in the matter.  Qur Groceries  In our Grocery departmanl we need  not remind you we" have everything  you want. ; Oiir orders this week, were  niorol.ikc wholesale than retail.'  wis wisfi.. quit 1'A'4vko>'=  MEERY   CKEISTMA^  Foresters Elect Officers.  At a special meeting of the ludepen-  cent Order of Foresters last evening an  election was held, and the following  is a list of officers for (becoming year;  F. I. Moore, C. R. ,  ?. T. Smyth, V. C. R.  F.J. Smyth, P. C. It.  i)r. Higgins, C. B.  G. T. McGregor, E. S.  Eobt. Campbell, F, S.  H.JST. Brentou, T'rea.s..    .  ��� v  Jol;u Blackburn, Uratox.  ���Lewis Thomson, Woodward.  It was decided that hereafter jneet-  ings would only, be held on the first  Thursday evening of each month. On  next Thursday eyening, January 3rd,  tiie' pew officers will be installed, and  a good attendance is desired.  Moyie has past��� through the iftqct  prqsperqua year'of. its' history���rthe development in tho mines and tho growth  of th? tov{n,I'iavrn'gia!rnpst doubled' in  that time. \Ve finp* that duriqg .the  ���paptyoarlho St. Eugene; mine ha?  shipped over 17,000 tons of ore, of ;a  total value of over one million'dollars.  As no shipments were made until the  month'of May ��� it oan be- trutrifully  said tjiat the aboye amount is really  only the'output of eight months. The'  payroU'into the town during "the past  year ijas averaged, nearly $30,000 per  ;month, or ' $630,000" for the ' twelve  mouths. ��� It is, therefore, not' to be  wondered at ��� tnat., Moyie, ��� the , town  with a population of eight hundred, is  experiencing an unprecedented era of  good times.' ' ' ��� ��� ������ - ��� , ��� ���  ��� The' St.' Eugene is the principal  mine in the "Moyie r camp.' 'This property is the largest silver-lead mine- orr  the American continent. . Tdie'St.Eu-  ��� ��� t .        ���- ���<!,  g��3ii'econsolidated  Mining" Comnany's  holdings consist of   nine   full   claims  and five large*��� fractions-.   They  begin  JS'the.Bhbre^di Moyie'-lake",and" extend  distance of oyer �� mile   arid   sL  ���httlf, akd^cqVer'hearly the entire mountain'inVniedi'ately'" to "the''rear  of; the  town. 'The property's now'" well developed.   The concentrator^ which hq.s  alctpacity of 400'tons per day, is' 'running1 eteadily aDd regular" shipments" of  concentrates to'both" the   smelters  of  the United States and Chili are  being  made.    The' company has   now ' 270  men employed.  Tho Socioty Girl is situated immediately to the east and on the same  lead as the St. Eugene. The work  done amounts to about ��� 500 feet of  tunnels and two shaftu. There is a  splendid showing in all of the -workings.' Several carloads of ore 'have  been shipped' during the year, and the  mine has bceii;equipped with a large  boarding house) hunk hoiise,' ore bin,  etc., and everything is in shape for  pushing \?ork on af large scale. "Chas-  Farrell, one of the" original owners of  the-LakesShore mine, ia the owner.  The Aurora, situated on the west  side of. the lake, and accurding to the  best authority, ou the continuation of  the St. Eugene lead, gives promise of  becoming ono of the pig mihcs'of the  camp. There is a force of men driving  a tunnel to tap the lead and are close  to the'orebody, It is safe to say that  within sixty dai'a ' this property will  be shipping ore to , the smelter. The  Aurora is owned by Thomas Itader, O.  J. Johnson and Capt. I. B, Sanborn.  The Iron Mountain, situated to the  south of Moyie about three miles, and  owned by J. J. Murphy, is a gold and  copper proposition which is turning  out in such a manner to surpass all  expectations.  There aro a  As yet there io not a parliclo of ice  on Moyie'I&k'e. ' ,;��� ���  1 'Ddrr*t fortfet, that there will bo a  regular rheeting of-the board "of trade  next Wedtieiday evening.    ^?\'   ���'������  MrsJ Stephen Montgomery  has left  for a visit to her old -home "in -Hamil-  ..ton, Ont, \  Rev. Q. B. Greig spent Chrictmae  in Nelson 'with his family.' < He returned yrster'day iyith his 'ramilyV, *  '���  Father pocoqlo ia in town.  H. Bollard made a busineso trip to  Kelson this week. ,  '  ''   .'  Dr. ,Higgiug returned from iiig visit  ;to the coast Tuesday.- "  -.    "���     ,   .   '���  Gep. Hunt has returned irom the'  SI. Eugene hospital much jmp;:oyed  iq health,' . ��� '     ' ���  Mrs. Fish'er and' baby left iov the  eest on a visit this week,'    -,    ,.���'.  v.-  G. H. Miner has made [application  to purchase the little island in Moyie  lak'p directly opposite the town.|  S. L. Goldberg has sola hia lot ond  two buildings in* the ^ake ��hcrs ad-'  dition to A^ B. MoKinley,,  " E; E. Beattie wag in' town bstweeij  trains yesterday   Dr. Livers, A'. W. Sutherland and  Mr. ,Casey were amongst those' who  attended midnight, ma3s at., the .St.  Eugene mission Christmas Eve. ���  Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hope were in  Cranbrook Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Miner of, Cranbrook were 'in town between' trains  'Friday-'  -   ,*'    ������        -    '���>' -  . 'Fok Sale.���A sis room house-and  lot in Lake Shore addition. "For ��� particulars-apply at this ofSce.  Highest"price paid for , Raw Furs.  Pabk'in sacks'and' send' by -express - to  Jame3 Gill/Cranbrook.    .      *: *���  " A. Slinn haa an oyster parlor in connection' with"'"his' b'a&ery' on'' ^lieseh's  ave, and ia "'preriarfid" t0, rfsrve-. light  lunches night or day;   ���*���   ���    %      5.-'  Mrs. Hdllister has" been on the ~ sick  list" for the past week. '''  ���'*    '���'"'  Rev. W. G-  Mah'on will apeak on  "Twentie'th-Cent^fy 'Re'rig!odv> at his  se'ryicein the'sch'6'ol hvou'se''at4 p. m.  on Sunday."  Thursday afternoon Chas. Far'rell  dropped into the Leader office and  handed rthe editor a ij510 bill on adb-  scription. May his shadow ueVer  grov/ less. ���   "   ���.     '      ������   ��� >  Dr. Higgins received a telegram ihis  morning from his ' 'home in Victoria  stating that his mother was dead.  Mrs. Higgins was th;ewi'fep�� ev-Speak-  er D. W. liiggma.''        ''     '    ' ''  D. R. Young, one of the best known  newspaper men in the Kootenays, is  spending a few  days   in   town.    Mr.  PR4#BROQK   JTEMS.  Cranbrook Herald: ���  V. Hyde Baker returned from Nelson   Monday "accompanied   by   Mrs.  Baker,-and her siafcer, Miss Marshall/  Mrij. Baker is gradually improving.  Airs-..!. W.  H.  Smytho  and sister, -  Miss   Margaret' ' Keay, .arrived   from  Greenwbod" ladt, ^-Friday' night.    Mr/  Smythe arrived -Sunday afternoon  but',  had to return Wodneaday,  ' William Henderson , and  wife   and'  .Miss'Kenderson-came up "from   thQ  Reclamation" farm "hear"' Oreston   to'  spend,Christmas with' tlieir sister, Mrs.  R. E. Beattie.'1'. '*���" ' '    .   -   '  -    ' ' 0  jirrangemonta aro, now   completad  for, tho Odd Follows danco, which is to  be buld at WentwOrth hall next Tues-'  day eveninet.    There is eyery reason  to believe that if wili  bo  one   of   the  mosi jujticesQful dances over   given   in  the distriotj and  that the attendance  will he ajl that,  the committee' could,  desire.    ' - f' ��.  M. Mclnnes <fe Co. haye had a mag^  njficent holiday display of meats at  their shop., There were porkcre, sheep  and beeves arranged around the room,  in.a most artistic style, and they were  topped'with rows of smoked meats.  The'combination was a good one and  was greatly'adnaired'by the .'people-' of  Cranbrook,      V -:���.��>���<��� -  How Christmas wa? Spent.  The last Christmas of the century  has been' celebrated. In Moyie the  day was quietly obseryed, On ^Christ"  uiaD eve a "rag time" ball was given'  by members of. the-Odd Eellows, which  was in everv way successful,'" There  were-many unique costutiies" represent-  tirig    hard timos.    Coffee, and sand-  wicho.vwere nassed about   11 ��� o'clock.  i, -, .      - t     ��� ���     ��� - ^    '  atterwhich dancing wasresunaed.  ��� On Ghristrnas day splendid dinners  were served at all of the. hotels, and  some elaborate   bills of iare were prepared.',- ',;��� '���'       ..-..',_-  , The' St. Eugene mine closed down  forHheday-, dnd most of 'the   miners  frOm  the' upper   workings   wero   in'  tb\vn.    "    .."*.  :    ���'���"���'���'"     - ���     ��� t  . Christmau night the menaberG of tho  Metliodist' churcli'gaye' an '��� "entertaiii-'  ment in Mbrley hall.   First there were  recitations and  declamations   by   the  school children,me"mb'ers of the'Cross-  man ' tsnd 'Williams ' "fainilies,"; itevl  Marion end S. J. Marsh-, then*- the'lit-1  tie postofficCwas opened md thS presents distributed by Santa Claus. ",  Young was the original owner  of  the'  , ., j*!\i<i rjpji^ Tpf W'S ^����'  B. P. Blau ton of Thackerville, Tex.,  in two years paid .oyor .$300 to doctors to cure a funning sore on his log.  Then they.warited to cut it off, but be  curedit with one box of. Bu'cklen's Arnica Salve. Guaranteed cure for piles.  25 ots, a box. Sold by V. H. Hope,  druggist.  number of other very  promising properties in the vicinity of  Moyie, but there has not been   a   sufficient amount of development work  done on them to justify giving them  special mention.   The   town   from   a  commercial pqint of viewj has experienced'wonderful development during the  year.   In 'fact; the business street -has  undergone a-complete  charge,  owing  to tho many new buildings erected and  new , firms    that   have   engaged   in  business. ;, Today  the   merchants  are  carryjrig better nnd larger stocks and  in consequence are doing a much better .business.    Every  branch   of trade  has. improved, and Mqyie stands today  one of the best towns in' either of, the  Kobtepays,  ,'   Rfetal Qxiotavionsj,  New York, Pec. 27.-���Bar'' silver,  ffl, cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelters, .f:i.37-|- at the close, Copper; brokers'price, $17.00.  Leader,  Tate, the Cranbrook jeweler, has a  well selected stock of jewelry," silverware, clocks, wedgewood ware, Scotch  Canadian "souvenir ' ware, suitable for  Xmas and New Years presents. *  Last Tuesday A. P. Bremner and  wife, and son, Eben, took their departure for their former home near Calgary. The board and lodgfng house,  which was owned by Mr. 'and Mrs.  Bremner, has been turned over to W.  L. lleid.  The oyster supper and entertainment  to be given by the Ladies Aid of the  Presbyterian church is postponed from  the 2nd of January to the 11th of  January.. when everybody will be  welcomed. ISo pains will be spared  to make this a very enjoyable eyening.  Dance for New 1 ears Eye.  Next Monday eyening the  last ball  of the century will given;in   the   new  apartments  pf the |Kootenay   hotel.'  Hi. ;McMahon has   donated   tlie   hall  and the dance will be given  by  B. E.  Taylor and Tim Farrell.  The   hall   is  120 feet in   length   and   will   be  the  largest place in   town   yet   used   for  dancing   purposes.    Splendid   music  will he furnished and an excellent time  is anticipated.   Tickets, including supper, will be .|1.5Q.  Another Store for Jtoylo.  G. H. Gilpin  of' Cranbrook  was iu  tow'n yesterday looking after "'the putting in of a stock' of goods in  his' new  stofe'in 'the Mbrley block.   Tlie store  will bo open to the ��� public  in   a   few*  days with a complete . slock of goods!  Geo. M. Koehler of Fort Steele, who -  ha3 been with   Mr.   Gilpia   for   some  time, will be  in   charge. ' Mr.  Gilpin  is a  shrewd,   capable   business   mari  and by moving to Moyie he  has displayed good judgment.  Mines STear C?esto��?  According to all accounts the town  of Creston will soon have some mines  backing it which will mako it ono of  the beet towns iu the district. Chief  among these is the Alice group, situated about one and a half miles from  Creston and owned by the London <fc  Lanca.3.. ;.: company, T. Of. Proctor  of Nelson Is manager. There are now  18 men employed, A wagon road is  being built from the town lo the mine.  A-uothoi- J}rug Store.  Pr. J. H. Livers cf Ifaslq hq,s renieoj  a building in the Lake Shore addition  from A. B". McKinley and \rill imedjs?  tely put in a stock of tjrugs, .nqtiqnSj  etc. The Doctor is well known in both  the Kootqnayg and in Idaho]  j\.t the 55c�� Eugene..  All of the ore and concentrates at  the St. E.ugenq is now being sacked.  This week a shipment of 250 tons was  made to Perth Aniboy, New: -Jersey.  It is likely that a good portion of 'the  aaoked ore will be shipped to Germany.  Citizens o�� MtQyje,,  ' Attention one moment, please: We,  the undersigned, have openBd a whole-;  sale and retail butcher shop in your,  town, propose to keepiit stocked with  the choices^ of everything iii that line s  and by fair and honorable dealing we  hope to merit, receive and retain a  fair share of your patronage, ;  Yours for business,  I     J0LL4HILL.  Jeweler for Moyie.  Harry;Sieuson is openinga jowelery  store on south Victoria street in thq.  building with Dr. Liver's drug store.  %i  this  The    '  1        t ��  ave  ;''  try.  .^ou  i  i  31"  El  .5i  3ne "  A'CIlt  ; not  ured  nted  ���'all  s at  tain  ttcd,  y��u  and  V  Sent  >.       <  7  ent  i  \  cci-  ���*,  in-  ���,j  . as  r.���  *  ted  the  ves  W-'  md  Dry  ida  nc-  im-  $v  ck-  'OU  It  ser  >ur  Do  )ut  ItJ. '  0.  )  rate-  af-  nd  raa  .ve  nil  Dot  m-  or  )m  IB  Jk.  la  :s��  r  t  8.  3-  e-  :al  .Pi* iff'".'.   '  M t   5   -  I1".   '-t'-J'.  if, * *.*, >)-,  -;- SiP^"?.1','!  >., ^ *S?'f  |'l;rr;|-?,^ ��� ��� r  !*��-"��� I"?,*-'*'*-'*. f"  85   ?.Fa+''  I1?       it ih:/'  -  *"  f- ,iw11 ���  M:B;i' <  ���jr     !.U'   'V-dMC' .',  :(��� . *:$��� " -.it .  ".    -i 5 ., ? '('   ���  V    [^ Jr^Ji/' ���'  ���"' ' .,''. ,1,  X yr> ' ii:  - .5 ttlh'-l-  ���If*  ,*���  M'i  !;;; ilS,' fr-ilS  L-T    't'I'f l �����'ft. 'M  ;13 %  til t  ft.����  is    il.'f  )}��*���'$  :>Y, ^r-;i  ''k(-?;-  W3A1 J, I' J.      -l/I     ��      3J  :^��  ��� ?'i Wl  I  Efi^i  rV   E' i  PI  ti^A'fl  I''f'.:-'W-1  i*    -ii?* ���<p--'*   ,l ��  ������ f-VftK'v  A Keen, Clear IS rain  Your besf feelings, your social po'si-  m mm mm  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Koolenay.  .r. SMYTH x vo.  Publisher'  ���at- i or -ur<'JCivn-riox.  tion or business success depend largely  on the perfect action of your  stomach  and liver.    D-r. King's tfow Life Pills  gives increased strength, a keen,  clear  CEAjtfBROOK  [brain,-high ambition.    A 25 cent  box '  'will make you feel like  a  new  being.  Sold by P. D. Hope, druggist  J R. costigan, a. c.Jxhe POST   OFFICE  CB.O.  mm  Ono  .52.00  SATURDAY, D10C. 29, 1900.  l*WV*?C3J*��HXWp:  II&pv)\ New Year.  Jn the language of tho printer,   the  -'��>0" of the century is in.  Tuoia for Sale,   aiontsy to Xo��n.  Lots for sale in all   parts   of   town.  Money to loan.    Agent for Karn  and  Williams pianos.    Have other  special  bargains. ��� Before 'investing see  Bos 17. D. J. Elmer.  The way to rid a tree of its bark is  lo skin it. This is also said to be applicable^ dogs.  If you owe anything on subscription  to the Leader, pay up and 'get square  on the books for the new year.  TO TUE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of   lier Deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Druras,'gave $10,-  000  to   his   Institute,   so   that   deaf  people   unable   to   procure   the  Ear  Drums may have them free.    Address  No, 14522 The   Nicholson   Institute,  780,   Eighth    Avenue,    New    York  U.S.A.   " '  Harvey    &   McCarter,  [FORT STEELE, B. C '���'   Harvey, McCartor & Alexander,  Barristers & Solicitors.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accoun-  . tant,   Commission   a&d  Insurance Aoent.  Money to Loan.  HOPE'S DRUG & STATIONERY STORE.  Great Variety of  XMAS & NEW YEAR'S  Presents.1  F.   W.   JFKirn.iProprletor.  This hotel>:now open to tho public, andlis well.;furn-  ished throughout. None but the beat brands ofj wines,  liquors and cigars kept ia stock.       ', ,  [P. D. HOPE,  Moyie,  ��, 0.  [Chemist and Dt-ngglfltj  MOYIE. B. fj  -- - -i fc* ii��i^i  FIRST   CLASS; A CCOMJtODATtO^S,  &OYIE, 33.  W. F. GURD,  Over one million 'dollars' worth of  oie left Moyie in eight months, arid as  yet the St. Eugene mine is in its infancy.  Asssesment work Contracts Taken.  Parties wishing to have  assessment i  work done on,claims iu tho Vicinity of  CEANBEOOIt  Moyie, will do well to consult or write  the   undersigned   for   terms,     \York  JJAIUtrSTEK, SOLICITOR, ETC.  B.C.  Minneapolis Journal .-Bishop Potter I left in myZTl^bo^clp^lti '   '   &   P.  HIGGINS.  Mtys we  chase  the   dollar   loo   hard,   ended" to,   and   satisfaction   will , be  PhVSiciart a Tld qnio-flnti  I hen let the dollar let up a little on its | guranteed., ' S. A. SCOTT^.     I ���ril^S1Cian ancl ��Urgf60n  rapid gait.s  ,    CJrover Cleveland is' said   to  bo su<*  gestiug plans for a democratic   victory  four years hence.   'You  can't  keep  a  good man down. '  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given', tliat I, Chns. Farrel'l,  rainory julfud GO days alter ditto to apply to tho  chief commissioner oflnuds .-md worlts, for a  Epeciril license-' tm'der Jand act to cut and carry  away tiiubei on the- folloAviug described lauds  ..  stluateA iu  tlio  vicinity   of   tlie  upper Moyie  -   /-vl-,,.,1        i   ���      i      ,'  , ,' I lake   to-ivit:    Southwest  corner post  situated  ^lADIirooic is also to have a business   about one hall mile, uorthea'st of aioylo river  tuen's  iu-otective   association.    Movie   ialls; lheuee north  8o chains,   tieuce east 80  ' "Jd Cranbrook will f-nm   nn���   ���  "k��   *haIlls'theuco south s0 ehaias,- thonec west SO  VfiumiMOk vm uom ,llOW   on    be | chains to place of commencement.  ;-'iven tlu. "go by" by grafters. '  OFPIOK���PAHRELL BLOCK.,  -  MOYIE, British Coiufnbia.  City   Shaving   Parlor,  ���        [CENTBAL   HOTEL*   '    '  GO   TO   THE  Toronto Clothing  For your outfit.   The largest stockdn  East^ Kootenay.  REID & CO.,  Cranbrook, B. O.  MOYIE    HOTEL.  |, .J-omjvjston b&ob.  I Th*8 Hotel is New and well Furnished   Th^  |       Tables are Supplied with the Best thl I  I       ^V��e\*SorH' TheBar ^ Filled with  |       the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  | -, AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER:  MCfli'B,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  ANDMNIING MEN  WESLEY OLIJfJEf, PfoIi.,  P"-^J-��,U~'-LT^t.-aearjw  Moyie, B. C. Dec. 22th 1900.  Chas. Farrell.  ' 8-37,  The coiiTintifii r>n the selection of a  "L-'l .   ���-���    i.��    ,,   cemetery   should  ���'<>-<' no iin.e in completing their labors.  t'he present conditions are   most   uri-  r,atisf;iet"ory.<  it is said that a man who won't buy  a paper beeuu.se j)w Ctm borrow one  ha�� invented a machine by which he  enn cook his dinner by the smoke of  bis neighbor's chimney.  ' Kew Denver Ledge: A limited'num-  bcr of fleas are good for a dog. They  feeep   him   scratching.    Just   so   are  .trials to man. It is a good thing for  a man to be poor enough to  be f urn-  *ished tlie incentive for hard work. '  The mar-iigeirient of the St, Eugene  liiiue gav-e its employees a layoff  -Christinas, which'was duly appreciated.. It is pleasing to.note the good-  .fcllowship winch tesiBls between *the  employers and the.employees of this  company.   Long may it continue.  NOTICE.'  Notice is hereby given that T,  D.  James 31c-  Donald,-miner,'.intend stS'ty days after'date to'  apply to the  chief  commissioner ,of land and  works for a special license  under  laud  act   to  cut and carry away   timber   on   flic following  described lands situated in the vicinity of the  upper Moyie lake to wit:   South' cast corner  post situated about % miles north west of the  Sloyic river fails; thence west  eight  chains'  thence north 80 chains," thence" east SO chain's to  the f>Iace ef commencement.  D. Jmaes IVCcDonald.'  Moyie, B. C; Dec. 22th 1900 3.37  Moyie, B. C.  _     .     ,% ' NO'TICE. ' -    .  . Notice is hereby given tliat.lj'ilaicoini' Qraiit,1  of��>ioyie, B. O.. contraetor,' intend 30 days  after date to apply to the chief commissioner of  lands &nd works for a special license under  land acts to cut and carry away timber on the  following ttescribfcd lands; situate'in the vicin.  ity of Moyie aforesaid, tov*it; The south east  corner post of said lands is situated about three  miles west pf the lower end of upper Moyie  lake and south of Lamb creek, thence 480 chain  west, thence 20 chains north, thenceVso chains  east, thence 20 chains south to noint of com-  mencementj.contaiuiug. 1,000 acres or thcrely.  MALCOLM G.EANT;  Mo.yie, 2-ith November, 1900, -        3.3^  PATKONIZE  WHITE LABOR  >���*- .'"if, ", - ,     . ..<  By Sending Your Work" To tho  CITY ���jfiiSptt  ' P? LUTJSTER, Prop.  ��� -���   J ��� 'A' ���   J '    ' ' - ' \'  G.9.��DjyOEK. ,    PRICES REASONABLE  JBaggsige find Express Delivered   to  any part of tho town.   '  MOYIE. B. C.  fc> ��iiiXJSH  COLUAIHJA  ������> ��,.  Down ia Mucon.  central  J.ibor union ha�� started a co-operative  movement oi & novel kind. 'Uuion-  liimed ccfal is purchased in carload lots  by the centi&J body, and is sold to  nidinbere of labor unions at a v/hole-  -saie rate. Yet 591.5c. people claim, a  ���union card hu~ no value        '      c  NOTICJE.  Notice is hereby given that I, Tliomfts Tly-  Cianbiouk  JUCeralct:    Borne  of    the  people ore making a good deal of fuss  over the faco  that   Chris!   Foley   has  soueback to wort on the400 foot level.  Why shouldn't  he?    3Ie  has  always  been a worker, and by doing so he has  displayed the stuff   that   is   in   him.  beating McKane, and giving, Galliher  n close finish, did not   turn ids  liead.  Foley seems to be all right.  land, nmcher, Moyie, ii. C. intend thirty days  after date to apply to the enief commibsiouer  of lands and works for a special license under  land acts to cutaiid convey timber on the following described lands wtuated in the yiciuiiy  ef iioyto aforesaid, town: The northeast corner pobt of sftjiL lands is situated about one end  one-half mi leu from the west side of uppd-r  Moyie lake at the unpor end tneieofj thence  fcoutli 120 chains, tiienun west 60 ohainsj  thence north U0 chains, thence east SO ciiains,  to place of commencement, containing 1,000  acrts or thurly,  THOiCAS JIYIANU.  Moyie. 2 ith November, 1000. 3-32,  THE  LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shog'.  Ho^,' Cold and Vapor Baths,  1 j * *  Opposite . Co9mopoliten    Hotel  . .w.,r,. r'oisr Proji,  EAST KOOTENAV. BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areaied Waters of ill  Sinds.]  Sread deliyered, ;  to any part of the city.  pies; caees M Mfd  Always on Hand.  A. SLINN, Prop;  Boots^  'OO'ME'AND-SBE ITS.  Gents'    FuriiisHirigsr  Shoes, Hats9^ Gldvesi Etc;  Victoria Avb'., Moyib, B. 0'  ' /' >  One   of    the    evidences    that   the  people ol Kelson are in   good  circutn-  i-tanL-L'8 3s the fact that the   kind  oiler  "���I P. burns <"' Oo.; ol turkeys   free   to  'dl [iuui   |.t.oplf    who   ivould   ask   for  :hi:u, v,-,t-j accepted by less than a half  .'i (h.ZL'ti p-joplo in all, says the Tribune.  .tn addiiioiij  the firm cent out a number to those v/horn they . knew. to   be  ���Jeserving ]H)0i'.    This speaks   v:oll for  NeKon, m ��o-.vn c.c over seven thousand j  fcpuhi:!.,..,, 1 nd jt speaks well  for   the,  ���jouiviy 's-, v.,;,ili   those  seven  thousand ps. i.l.  d.'pfiul foi a living.  NOTICE. '  Notice Is hereby given that I,'Michael Sheiidy,  of Moyie, B. (J., contractor, intend thirty days  after date to apply to the chief commissioner  or lands and works for a special license under  land act to cut and carry away timber on the  folio wiug diicribed lands situated in the vicinity  of Moyie aforesaid, towit; The northeast corner  post of said lauds i��s.situated about throe miles  west of the lower end of upper Moyie lake and  north of Lamb creek; thence- 4rf0- chains -wesfr;-  theucc-20 chains Muuli; tiience 480 chains enst  thence 20 ��ha;n.��uorih to placo of commencement continuing 1,000 ucres or therohy.  M1CHAKL S1IBAJJY.  Moyie, 2-ith November, WOO. 3.32  Orders ^oiiGiied*.  Soda Watei1 ancLSytfiens.  �� MOYIE DA|RV.  "Fresh hew milk delivered, to all  parts of town twice ,a day. Satiflfac-  tion guranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide D'iil;rrop.  FOK THE OHOIOEST BEAMBS OF  CCLt/ATTHE" ��    '   ���  Cabinet Cigar Store  JJ.lMcMOSH, Prop.    '  Qceen'_s AyEJruE..    MOYIE, IJ. C.  JbM firydexi  WM; MILLS- Proprietor^  Minors  headquarter*."3 Good . acoommodatlopa for' travolerV.  ^liquors and cigars kept iri stock."-; J| ���  Best  wines  Lake Shore Addition  MOYIE, B. C,  FOR FTTRKriTTjRE   AND   COMPLETE .HOUSE-  ,   *   ftu'HisMriW,  StoVes,   M^ivrMi  ' ^.  Olofeing, and Groceries, '"  Gallon  iATIB��9  Lfn'tT^DiTtt Ti   *  '   .NOTICE. l  Kollce it; hereby ^iven that L, Philip   jBmc.  Cnhill,   of   Moyie,   is,   c,  merchant,   intends  thuty days ultor date to apply to tlie chief commissioner oi  lnucls   and   worlts   for   a  special  Jiueusu under land acts to clH tt))U tm.fV &way  Umber on the following described land'; situated  m the viciuny of .Moyie  aforesaid, towit:   The  uonheast corner post of s��ud lands is situated  i-bout two ��nd one half miles west from the  uj.]ii��r end of  upper  oyie   jukcj thence south  -'-10 cim.nb; tiienee west-10 chuns, iheuec  norlh  JlOchaiuo, ih.meoeust -10  chain.-,,   to   place  of  ooiumyuceniem    containing    1,000    ucres   or  therely, SUlLLe JAAIJE3 C.\ UJLL.  * �����-��^^-  i^els'on;'  B. 0  <f in,,  1   1 ''..���'  l ;-..'���  The habit of eouding away for raer-  chaiujp in :i curoo to the community  when ii is rloiit to any considerable extent.    -'  .���'.,.,.-. -ta:n��d that   degree  '"-            has   warranted  ��� ��� .  jj,'(!   and  eom-  '-    -    ."iii,.    nearly every-  '"' ' v   "-'   �����'  I'.'iiauto of tho  caii   aonio-  !he   party  '  . tja:i-!tf-  ���    " (arfi   the  Moyie, 2'<th Kov. 1900. '  BOOTS    AHB    SHOES  Kepairod and Made to Order.  II. A; SMITH,      f ^yie.  NEXT DOOH TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  Has1 just received from the east  a .large assortment of ^ew,  Woolens; ���. including Scotch.'  ^nglwh ,and American suiting.''  trowseririgs, and ovcrcoatinss,  and la-id a position to oiler -the  beet satisfaction in style and lit  towards his patrons. Call early  and inspect the stock.  South Victoria St.,  Moyie, B.. 0.  UNION BARBEB SHOP  A&��> 13ATH BOOMS.  X.E. COJ&liNg, TropT.  Victoria Street, MOYIE, J3. Q,.  Agent for the Hamilton Powder .Company, and Shorrin Williams'paints  We will bo open foV busi^eos in.Moyio jn a shorj time. _  3-32.'  NOTICE. .  Kotlc'e is hoieby sivcii thatl, Anthony O'Kellv,  of Moyie, B. c., intends thirty days alter date to  apply to the chief commissioner of lauds aud  wo:k=--for a fpodttl license under larid acts to  ��o cut and corry away timber ou tins roll'ywing  desciihbd lnncK .situated, in. the vicinity ol'  Mojie aforesaid, towit. 'Die northeast corner  pest of .-.aid lands is 'ituated near (he upper end  oj un;,u: Mojiela^ef-outire' vid lalie oix the  wt'L-t .sN1^ tljoeof, U��jvpq coutn ?-lo chains,  thei'-o - l-\ 'JO chains,, tliu.fe jTiife 2Ali chains',  thence. 1- : j.j chain- to p'uee ,of co-nn��oi<nn  'T��e'H coi'triririjr t.nco.t.r^- or th .rel-j.  A.N'J'iro.-:y O'OLLY.  Moyie, 2ilh Ko\. 1000.        , 3.133,  nr\  :, ^ w- ,.^^ ^^-^^^^^ ,^-^^,^.  1 The only house ��� m ��� Eaot   Kootnay   ^  heated^throughou t jvi th lio tair.  First classVin   every respect.   Special  rates to boardera.   Good sample room  for commercial men,  European plan.    Open day'and nighi  ���hri  I  ^Vaa,(!ia^^yu^^ir^saM.~i-^sr.  MOYIE Bc d  4.ve How Op��n and Kdady For.  Business With a Full Line of  Staple and Fancy  r ' ' ' '     ' "  Tou art Ihvitea jo ihspect Stock. ,,  mtttfMQta-%  ���H*HWtMt��  ^6k PmM  -��-��*-  "EL  n. VL. 831AJLL I'roj).  k    - CRANBROOK? : :3 fi��� <j.  ^1  IF  ''jt      >  '4  l-r  :1  m  t ~  e-. m
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MOYIE,    B.    C.
■ BJnde  It  Kit   <tiv  Niijifti.
"Red Rock, N. Y.."' fa id a man who
spent some time there, "is;;"! much of
a place, but thi-re i.» f.o«!.t»t;iii:j: inlcr
osling about it Hint 1 IV.uoy nil il:i>
.world doesn't Icnov/. The j/resiTir unini-
is not the one it lius a!ways borne, and
what its other name wa's I tlou't hnow.
"Whatever it was the people <lid not
like it and' oonclmlod they , uould
chnngo it. Thtre was no particular
reason Avhy they Fhoukl call it ll\id
Rock, hut that was deionu'iied upon,
and so Ited'-llocl: it became:    •        • .,'
"Then in the course of time strangers
of an iutjuifing" turn of-'iniU'd hesriin.to
ash w3j.v the place had such a uuine,
an'd as no reason could he pciven new-
;comer,s to the noiirj^tiorliootl hi'gan lo
want a name that meant soinething.
This insistence grew so strong that the
old res id on J s pctrim io looic nrouuii for
a reason for she name of ihoir place
and at layt tht\y found a huaa bowldor
liwir by wlileh they said waw whas had
KUKjroRtcd the nil me. lint tlio bowlder
was jrni.v instead of. redound tlit* progressists Insisted..Ota t that would ,uot
do. At last the old timers hit upon a
new phm.'.ind. prncurin;.; a barrel of rod
paiiii,flthny paliitod the 1/i^r rock i<d.,
Itod Rock ^indeed it was now. and not
only was all opposition to the. name
overcome, but tho painting,of the roe!:
every .spring has hcconio mi annual
festival, and tho ]4«"f>i»lo cclehraio It
Willi a ,bf.tj picnic and general colouration.    '•
"It-wan a rtew ld<*n'"i<> mo.'- and if'
tlic'ro Is a'i.v other town any whore on
eai fh  ii-:H. is .cliristt'iu-d every ppring
wit'u   r:ld, p:>J::r' or a;jv  oilier color I
don't  I, now  wuere' it 'is."
.How  Kouitd. ,".  Sli*iliii<t\  hy  .x,Sater«jrIa
I:;   Wi.il  kii<]   Ci;:ti!iK.
jFor \V. C ^ubiuc soveiul years
n-io n;iH iv(jut.c;t(-d by tin- corporation
cf Harvard univci"-iiy to propo.se soir.o
iiit'ibc-d for rciucllying tho acoustical
<h-foo1s of the' lecture room of the
Fogy Ait museum at Cambridge. After
lwo yean* of experiment it was found
that the best io.su it was obtained by
liihng a consiilor.'jiile' portion of the
'walls of the room with thici: felt, and
liii.; was perniuiuuiily dcuc This won:
lul Pruf'.'ssor K.'ihiuo to take up the
K< noraI.quostion of ai-chitoftural aeous-
I'os. and ho now publishes the first of a
tones of i)apws on this Bubjoct in a
recent muuher oi The American Archi-
'tOc-t. Tho-various wnyv. in which sound
hi modlliod liy the walls and coiling of
a room'aro thus outlined by hhu:
Tlie lyulliil'ss "of'tlie sound Is) as a
niio,""greater at a given distance fronl
th.o speaker than it is in the "open air.
Tin* charsu'loi'.or timbre of a complex'
sound is altered-by re-enforcement of"
oortain of Its elementary tones, by resonance1 or by interference of the
'vnund waves prnduced in certain portions of the room. This,' altera 'lion of
lliubry 'TrcCO'Sor ^al,niie calls di-
(ortiosn. Kouiul pccsisls In a room for
a consider:!Ino time fiflcr Us'Utterance.
This is due to - St:; reflection nnd.fo-
iclh'ciiori from tlie walls, floor and
ccilimr. This peiFislonco is" called
ivvpi'boration. Hrofchsor -Sabine found
lliat tho note of :i ■ particular, organ
pipe,remained distinctly, audible in tho
\Ktigg museum foctfiro ro"oiu"r).n 'seconds "
lifter tho blowing of alio pipe ceased.
This reverberation causes the successive   sounds 'in   articulate   speech   to
HI*  Elwrrl.'
•Your h::sK'!"d i", not looking well tc^
:!ii. :,!■:;   i:!>."iii".'."
•He i"i t. -aiid  I'm uot' Mirprisod at
J J as he i'fC'ii ovorv.-^rking him-
;-N';V   JJas
vi rv
"It isn'i  th
ko r:"!f'): it's bis oi'igi-
■ ijit ruiiTi iji strut I: hy so
:;>■ on- inu) :<!<•,',
ihilt ids uiiud must
\\a one'Tisi.'-'s of bnus":
MiiARD'S imam mjat-erra's Friend.,
i'hh-- fcanuT of tiii* I-ir;* Ion inu'"i<
S..-ilU is tii.; cj'.ctdloni on-hestra. JCveu
th.- .-liKiuc.-t bails have froin 10 to 'JO
ns.ish'iaiis, and at" tho Palace there arc-
-10. ' '
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bo   |.mo!o;;ui
that (■••.acll.v
d ^;i..da'n.
I.r,..,-.,.     ;tr.
eiitly   nppoa/od   in
lib and   it w;is n;-
.''.'  years  jirevi'rtis
is  il'isigc  I'obertsoii
til;/   opening   of   the
i io-l.
!w-s .Mc-ines r;:ir.a:aM' has devised a
me  for sdii;:^  ::
:",-.■;   iu   cu"::"! '■'■:
s' couV'iiu  -1"' i ' ■•''
.■ii.-'r-.-M li.r : .-;
f( !ii':ie au-i can
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■ !.'.'(a \o  bis  two
:'.t:i   !:di,::k.     The
sV'>:-|b  of  (ioki'ls
'The lir-kois are
';e u.sci.   at eilhur
Free lSa1?. Ani.
,'lnp.    B.P.SLOOca.
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overlap and become coufused. ,       .    ,| ^ . fjjj $m\f$  8D fl   & 110  Al
The  sfiuple  rn.-{';;tiuii  of  loudness  is -  ; :	
We belie(vo'cSriXAKD;S LINIMENT
is the host.
1   Matthias Foley, Oil-Oity.Onfe..
Joseph Suow, Norway, Mp^1       , .;~'-,
Chas., Whootcn;-,2J:irlgrave,' N;S'
Rev. E.   O.   Aniistroug,   M'nlgruve,
N.S. „_'-,->        ^.    -\7   ••
Pierre Landry/'■sen?;,* 'Pokc'mouche,
N.B. .
Thomas-Wasson, Sheffield, N..B.
',l „ ■ rie Saw,     w.   <
"The drummer was telling-his'cockney f-ricnd^h'is latest storj'.^.    /   ,. '   tlf
"A chap out west." he-:saith "'•was
about to g^ynmjr hur-inoss.^ lie hadn't
hiuch capital;" btu'.hct had lotsTof pluok.'
A hard headed old.usclc'asUod him ono
day what lines of'goods vhe ;e.\-pectcd
.to carry. - -      X  .„   ">■ .■   ,,r
',"1 am uot corlaiu yet,' he answered
him.'VxcopJ ahal  I fclia'U caVry a full
lino of ec lira go.'    *irni]' his old' undo,
snorted.-  'A lint* of courage is nothing
but a rope of 'sau'd.' " a
"I sec.'* oiclaliuod tho cockney.. "'Vqu
carn't   make-a   roue
haw!" „
■sand:    il:iw.
Fair Canadians :'
Your brothers and lovers are !',-
turniug covered -'.with glory. The
-wholo "'empire/ ti'ftests the credit of
their achievements, In Africa they
mot.""'their c'ousins-^-tho Hritit,li '.':n
planters—also  lighting for/.tbe cause.
Dear Cimsins : You con aid t tljf
comrades oi yoiu' ! s'oldief hrotiicrts.
.Try Ceylon and India tlllllLIiN' to.is,
if you now drink Japajfsf^T-oiu'^'.Ui^
rest to your dainty palates. Sahida-
Monsoon, and Bluo Ribbon packed'
await- you.—Colonist. .
"Thoir ehg'agopcht is brokcm, J  uu-
'derstand."     :     !-     '- ■»•- - -
"Oh,- yes.•',     :■ '   ,
';Wliat. was the reason?1'-. - - - ■■-'-
"Why, both .wtirc_sjUisficil that tJioy
could ]ive*oh"ur6ad"arId chceso aj,d
kisses, but whni they, got- i!av.,i w
details they discovered- that- eacn q!
thorn contemplated supplying nothing
but the, kisses.     .,   .    -
6n!y\of iinporinnco- in. very targe audi
etieo rooms. ' I£cverl;o2;alion is' the
usual cahse for defective acoustics In
largo 'hulls. . Heavily draped wulbs absorb much' and rerW-t little of the
sound, ','iud henoo a sound dies out almost immodiataly in such>a room and
reverberation is largely prevented. An
audience- also absorbs, a, large, iiortion
oi" the sound'in a-roftin and greatly re-
(1 uees re v e r Ijera 11 on.
1'i-ofor.soi; Sabine'has determined tho
absorbing power of a variety of wall
snrfaevs, such us brick, plaster on
brick, piaster on lath, glass aud boards,
and he shows thai the reverberation'of
a room, and heneo'.to'a larger, extern!
its acoustical quality, can be predicted
by .a study of its dimensions and tho
character   of"ils   walls.
C?£ZSff-"r?**i *7j "\±'" -.^-,
jfes§El?fel=;$ :"!;■} 'W'^Sl,     —
-*2-.v*^-h.  ;= irer -, j"   , \     j-*-s
Always speak well of the dead—'■
and if you have time ypu , might
speak a word for tho living occasionally.      '
Members of the Uennan reivlvstag
receive no pay. but ha\e the i-i:;!u to
travel free on :dl railways in Ce.r-
The sting of a wasp is only <>»e-
ihirty-sccoiid of an inch long. The
rosi, of the mile and a half js imagination.
arc. the only
"medicine that
will cure Diabetes. Like
Bright's Disease this disease was in-
c urablc until
Dodd's Kidney Pills
Cured it'.'-"'.': Doctors
themselves confess
■ that without .Dodd's
Kiclhey Pills they are
powerless against Diabetes. Dodd's Kidney
Pills are. the first medicine
that ever "cured Diabetes.
Imitations-—box, name and
pill, are-advertised to doso,
but the medicine that does
-     'TIicTIiintlcasFnel.    '    ■-,  '■
There f are t farmers jn   v.-cstern   Xe-
b'niska .'-who .have  made   hundreds "of
dollars eacli "f.:dl huling and soiling'for
fuel t'hc cornino"n:-kliV«tau' ihistiev: butT;a:
f-ow.yt'ars-nejorrogsH'ded'as a menace to
ive-i'ern, apiculture." These are not iso-1
Iated   exceptions   cither.  , The   thisllp,
-■abounds through tho'wosteru counties;
In the fall the wood is to be fouud iu
enormous otuinljiips through the opcm
country.   The spoeial baling mach'mos'.
can place in compaet'pacfcagc-Si siiuilni!
<o  baled  liny, .hundreds of pounds  oi,
this  wivd'in a day.    It makes excep ,
iionally tine fuel, and in the west, re ]
mofo from- oon-1 fields,  wh-orc n toir oj"
cnal cosls S13 and tho far hi or must d- •
the hauling 10 to 20 miles, tlie Itiisyiun,
thistle h- a ihio su'wstitute.,  Again, tin-"
(emiiKin   "I inn hie, weed"   is   baled   fot
i'iU-\.    it resembles the Itussi.-ui thistle.
wi(h the exception of tho thorns, and !-■•;
e-.en  more prolific,    in the fall of th/
ve'ni- it assumes a 1-nlMiko shape aim
in tho fn-st winter wind brc;i
its frur
rfdcin aud sends the  tfuffy roll of dr\
vegetable   matter   bounding   over   tin
prairie  like a  groat  hall.     From  thi.-
fact   its   name,   '•tiiniblewo-ort."'   is   de'
rived.    The first ravine or "draw" tli..
wvvl]   strikes   affords   it   n   lodgmoiu
and successive balls'soon" milko a pih-
as big ns a freight oar.    Farmers driv i
Ihoir   wa^uiis   into   those   draws,   lorn :
them down by pressing -Jiem with thei;'
feet into groat wagon boxes and bur'.',
fbeni  in   tho "grass"  stoves.—Country
Gentleman. I
I'fie-s of tbV  Vizi^riip'hi',
This is tin inslruniont for testing Un
nlicvennoss of road surfaces and ougl.i,
it Is said, to prove ol' groat use lo en
giaeers encased in drawing up suiTnei
i ail way kc!'ernes.. It was thus deserily
ed" by .lt ih'own in a recent addi'iss. !'
is pni'-tlc-illy a flraio,!it od-zo appliei
to the furfaee of the road ahuiir whic
a b^t. with a-
•bed.     A    whoi
it1 is di'invii in inn!
is Dodd's    Kidney_   Pills.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are
fifty 'cents a box   at   all  |
druggists. j |
i;i(i:eating    pint    a" b
«hiMi  runs',on  the  i-'.ad  ^iiifaee aii''
ri-es or fall* ever its liTomilnrilies a-
tuaies a pencil. ma!.:!>o, a padilo of tie'
,-e.id Mtrf-ice on a ;viper Mnp to an ;<;•
pro\iimik'   scale.     At    the   end   of   s
\auls a bell is n:n-r aut''":<aiii\".lly   '! !,■
epernti-r then st- p-- the i:i--i I'ument ae,
lakes cf: tho (-uu.raia. which shows a-
a Oct irate prolilo of the-.road traversed  ;
CvtiniiH ■ lilxitnctitttkBi ■
.Srtino'pf tlio iriihoi- facts' brought'mi.'
.by  the census are  inUM'csfiiig.•   T-heri
arc. for iusianee, three stales that have
foiij: Chios' each; with, populations num- .
ing. above   lut/OOU.     These   ni:o   Nov.
York,   wit li ; ;\ow   York   oily, ■ Hul'i'nlu
Koebesfer and .Syracuse; Pennsylvania
with    Pliibidelphia.     Pittsburg,    Ailr
ghany   City   and   Seranion,  and  .Ohht
With..t"l'evcinn<i;'Cincinnati, Toledo ami
Columbus.   /No-., stale ;bas- more .thai,
four cities each with uioro llign IDOl'tit'''
people.—Chicago Tiiues:i.Iorald.
hfr. Shark (after n tiiglit out with the
boy>> — Now, 'the question .i:y Arc- those
svi;;g4.ers real 'or imaginaryV—Chicago
Nows. :       :     '.   ...   ,   ,t
i WWilVi,     FAC'TOKY.MoDtreal
' "vV !IP t    "l>,   .\Oili"
!--   u'i   ii   * <-:ifc.i  .-»ixo.
ngi-V'/ttsked   the   l.iw-
':,!-..-{    I    a;>s'.vc;
'V.'il   i.Mi^f. *  > tU
, 1.1
iao, ulred , the
y ■
•Oh.  i.
•hfi Ilv
. if  I   i
sees (!
In Portugal tho slate gives its leg-
ihlaUii-.- ir.v railway p.if«es, andea.cli
liumber receives .^3 a day iroiu the
coti&i iiuoncy he represents.
N'orw.ry gives itr. Jcgisaiioi's So a
day for every day in actual attendance, amo ireo, medical attendance
Ciroat liritain and . Spain pay their
legisln'ois no idling." Italy pays 'nothing,- but, the representatives * can
,1'asol free of charge on all. railways
and slociiners hi  the country.
HDfARD'S LUJIKEHT 13-used B?rSysiciailS.
IMeinbers of congress in the. United
Slabs rocoiw $5,000 a year, with
blOO fi.r slatioiveiy and liO cents per
mile   travelling  expenses.
New Zealand pays its lawmakers
SoOU a year. In the Federal parliament of Australia. representatives'
will  be paid .$12,000 a year.
P.'.uirdi   in win,ih'r>  receive Os  (ui   fa
hi lb:    over   Sl.oOl   n   da.V  and   a  free
piu-!-.  t.o  I he    Iloyal  "ilieatre al Copen-
1 lui:,en   vvl'.eiiever   they   want 'one.
\ i',u   .-'.' d
;iV(M   iis  seii.'lors  S-l .."500    a
the   deputies   S'i.OOO.
C;1:j«Vr\s'i] on n !!lpycK". ,
. Cadet E. C. Kalbfus bl'tlie't'nii
.Stales ship'General Alava. stationed
(Invite. Manila bay, writes his fatb
in [IniTi.shui'g an amusing story o( h:
Cadet; Cour.Lney of the Newark-.
charge of a marine delachuient vvif'
the Keymoui' relief expedilion in China'
led a Charge on a Iiicyeh'. "It is :;
feat,". Mr. Kiilhfus'niids. "which will
[irobably go down In history as a );:-,nil
lei Of Curtiil's telephoning
ffjjulw of Ponce."
... .. w
362, MAIS ST., wmm?jiG   g-
.Stocks .and bauds bought* sold and .^
■.'"carried   on- margin.    '.Listed ^y
: ■.        mining stocks carried    ■■■ \j)
fe"       .  ' J;.'/
AllQway a. Mm
'■■  .-BANKERS AWJP'"''■'..'..;
tloiv :t Popular School Tcaclier Suffered
—Ami Jlow, Acting on a Frlentl'n Ail-
vice, •hht.,-lrXeA Sir. WiU.am'a PIjiIc
JlillH and "W'us Kistorotl to Health hji-.I
"Ahoat the 'most'' thorough' and
popular teacher, we have ever had
here," is the opinion expressed by the
people of .Canaan, N.S., of their present 'young lady .school teacher. Miss
N'ellie'Cutten. Miss Cutten is possessed of keen intelligence and engaging
manners, and has boon peculiarly sitc-
cessful in 'her chosen profession. At
^present she looks ■ the .. picture of
health, and one observing her good
color' and buoyant .spirits, would
never,think of associating her with
Bickachs. 'It was, ' however/only' last
autumn that she was'almost'hopeless;
of continuing in her work:"on account'
of her ill-health, aud her condition
was a source of alarm to her friends.
"Yes," she Sn,id to hn -Acadian reporter,, who died upon her recently
to learn the particulars of her case,
"I suppose it is,a duty I owe to'Ilr,
Williams'. Pink'Pills that I should;
inake public the -wonders they worked for rue, but perhaps I would not
have thought/of 'it if you iuicl not
called."    , ,
"You see,'In addition' to-my'-teaching, I have been studying very hard
o%'or my '13', work,'and then I was
attacked with whooping cough which
did not leave "me for a long time, and
so I /oecama. prot ty well run down. I
was always considered the embodiment :of health at -home, but last
autumn 1 was really alarmed over
my condition/ Sometimes in the
schoolroom 'I "would i^e , seized 'with
dizziness, and often I would, faint
away. T would take vomiting turns
also, and had a feeling of nausea
and langour all Life (timc. I lost my
color and/became thin and pale, and
it seemed as if my blood had turned
to water.' ' : .
"This condition of-things''was so
different from anything which I had
previously experienced pthat 1 sought
medical advice at once. I was informed that 1 was. suffering' from
anaemia, and I at once( put'myself under medical treataneut- .But although
I tried several bottles of prescriptions, my condition seemed ao be getting worse all the time. When I
went home for my Christmas vacation. 1 was- "almost iii despair. It
was while I was at home, however,,
that my friends .advised me -to use,
Dr. Williams' Fink Pills. Acting upon their "advise I took up .their use.".
The first box-.m.ide Its effect felt, but
T used four, or five, ,aad -thenvthe care'
was "complete. " Ever' since then my
health has been excellent and I have
felt my real old time, self, and am
able lo attend to iny duties,-"''which
arq by no mean's light.' without the
fatigue "and langour that made ■ rhe
work irksome. You may depend upon it I. will always .-have a! friendly
word to sav for Dr. Williams' Pink
If your dealer docs/ not keep these
pills in stock,., they will-be sent post'
paid at 50 cents a box or six boxes
for B'2.ZiO, by addressing the Dr.
AVilliams ' Medicine Co., Brockville,
A   llapfsj-  ilorijil.
Cotton in f.v k.ii.
Kn ite co';i is took tor mil!.
En de slierifl I,'\pI on 'em,
Cut do nigger happj still 1
.Owir.e all do way
Ter do luppy, I'appy dpy;
Tiouble take hisse'f oir, l.ase he ain't got time ter
Merchant take de olo mule
Tor settle up his ImII; <
Only got de Ian' lef,
But iiijger lUppy stilll
Gwine all Op way
Tei do happy, happy day;
TrouMc taU-s hisse'f off, L.ise he ain't pot time tST
—Atlanta Constitution.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator Is
pleasant to take; sure and effectual in
destroying worms. Many have tried it
with best results.
A   F/ioI   Qncvlion.
j     __ .  - k/:^ ?j„
 _        ^.^ ^
*N  ^i ol
•lilt- Jar rum of Mn'ioiy.
The,dark blots Hintdivoi-ce niairofi In
sociotv aiv too easily sotu and too sad
to write much about, so I will give
oulj a few inciuvnth of the absurd and
humiliating posh ion-i in whicii pooplo
may be placed:,I once occupied a seat
on the grand stand at the Newport C;i-
sino during a.ronnis m.'irch. After I
had been in my seat a short time, a
man I knew, once divo'ced, but remarried, came'in with his now wife and
occupied the two seats on my left, and
a few moments later t3:c- woman from
whom ho had been divotccd and "who
had, also remarried came in with her
now husband and sat directly on my
right .Whether the ticket agent arranged (his for n joke I.am uot prepared to say, but all went well uutil I
grew tired pf thr- game and got up.,
leaving the four iu a straight- row,
which made an inteivsiing picture for
a few moments. Tho four soon realized, however,"what people were staring
and smiling at, and. looking daggers
at one another, immediately rose and
disappeared in the crowd. The inci
dent amused the lads' aud misses very'
"much. t_ , '    '
A. lady I know" very we'll iu New
York, who was giving a dinner party,
told me-she always .dreaded the arranging'of. her guo.-ls at'her bibles,
lost she pur people logolhor whom the
•'law had set apnrt."' as she put it.
"it,would bo perfectly dreadful to seat,
a Ro'mleinati beside a lady lo whom he
is paying alimony."—Kmart Sot.
"Slr-i. Cele.-to Coon, Syracuse, N.y., writes:
''For yeur= Ieiuld rot eat many kinds of
food without producing' a burning, excruciating piiiii in my stomach. I took Parme-
io 's Pills according to directions under
''Dyspepsia or Indigestion.' One box entirely cured nie. 1 'can now cut anything I
choose, without distressing me in the least.?'
Tlitst! pills do hot cau^e p .in or griping, and
should be u&ed when a cathart'c is required.
.Vn  Aillnrtc-1  In T'.-cirx.
"Perhaps you can direct mo," she
aald, with poiup:>us condescension, to
th" floorwalker. "I've a crying' need
"Yes'm," interrupted the floorwalker
in bis quick., nervous way. ft,"Han'k'-
chief d'partment, tif counter, nex'
A DJ2TNEK PILL,—Many persons suffer
excruciating- agony afler part-iking of a
hearty dinner. The food partaken oi is like
a ba'l of lead upon the stomach, and instead
of being a healthy nutriment' it becomes a
poison to the system. Dr. Pannelce's Vegetable Pi.'la are vy.onderful correctives of
sucii troubles. Tliey correct acidity, open
secretions and convert the food partaken 'of
into heiilthy nutriment.. They are just the
medicine to take ii tioubled with indigestion
or dyspepsia.
' Stockholm, Sweden, has 40,000 tel-
6phone stations, averaging one ,, for
each Household. Those who have no
apparatus of their own pay only 21/»c
for a message within 'a radius' of 50
There 13 more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other disease1! put together,
and tuiull the last few yrai-s was supposed to be
incurable. For a preat many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribe I local
remedies, and by, constantly failing to cure
with local trcjitmeni, pronounced it incurable.
Science has )iroven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore i cqtiires constitutional treatment. Hall's' Catarrh Cure, manufactured hy. F. J. Cht ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on the market,
tt Is taken internally in doses from in drops to
a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and
mucous sin faces oi the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circular.-and testimonials.
Address,      F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drngfd-ts, 7,";c.
Halls family Tills are the best.
France gives 'its senators and deputies SJ.SOO, the right to travel free
over itSi; H .700 miles of state-ow:>pd
railways, and over all other railways
for a payment of S2o a year.
The area in Ireland under flax this
year is d~,3-7 acres, an increase of
I 3 :i3S acres on 1S99. Under favorable conditions flax yields in Ireland
about £(i or £7 per statute acre.
There are so many onugb ruediolnes in
the market that ic is sometimes diflioult
to tell which to touy;^ but; if we had &
oough, a cold or any affliction of the
throat or lungs, we would try Blcklo's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup. Those who
have used-it think it is far ahead of all
other preparations recommended for such
complaints. The little folks like it as it
as pleasant as syrup.
If  you  would  have  your  neighbors
believe you speak ill  of yourself.
Many a man who sets up for a wit
should be immediately set down
aga i n.	
•'J"ff,»-     '-i
V'l^   ft
I ■
4 Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg
4' ' ~—"~~ '■
"S?     Money lent nt lowest rate^, ■ <§*
<*\.     .Slocks and bonds bought mid sold. I*
<3J     ibiihv.'iy  aud  other   farm.lauds iu «f
<S) Mimitob:i and :N. AV.'T. for sale. &
4}     MapB and folders sent on upplica- w
« tiori. f
■��) .Gait-coal from LeMibridyo. J*
^     Prie,.'.'quoted lo all railway points. f8>
& v t. ^     ■•. ■     -- . ,        ^
"Cheese  it,   feller-;!
lunatic want1* to know
Ih'i-o's  n  'sea|)i"l
is 1 {;!ad sclmel ig
Why go limplHg and whining aDOufc
your corns, when a 25 cent bottle of flol-
Vowuy's Corn Cuie! will remove them P
Give ifi'a trial and you will not regret it.
A Tent  pf G«<1?.  Jam.
' "i\To, Toinmio, dear, you don't get any
■hiore- jnai.    Nest  time,  when  you  linve
boon   a   very   good   chili],; you  gret  some
nr.re."''  '■.'•'
"Say. mother, do you think it will keep
so ,Iong?"-rBrnoklyu Life.
Tlie Boy Prom  the Coantry.,     ;
"Did yon have .a-good •.■time wliile you
wore iu tin* city. CieorjjieV" :'
"You : bet , 1 did.' I saw n horse .fnil
down iiuo'a ihing they call a: manhole,
un it link 'i'ln ban- hours-to git hiai out!"
-■Ch'iciigo 'I'ribuiie.
n o v r i! k ��.
I wInIi I  knew.how tu
■   i;r,,,-.
her'rejection! Gee whiz!
el even with that
,eiy ■
• roil
more of your stuff for
adc'iibia Press.
The income of the Prince of Wales
exceeds £ 140,000  a year..
Established -n rhjyear r^^,
our business has sxperi^rci a
steady advanci uient uni!] ihe
present day, • ■
Our -stock ot ■■ \ •'-•'onds,
Fine Jewelry and v-i -rvvare.
is universally conceded to  be
the laro-est in Canada, and our
■ ,.    '• ■
reputation  for  fair ' treatment
.of our patrons  is  such "as to
command confidence.
Our new and handsomely
illustrated catalog-tie will bring-
you in touch with our present
stock and a copy of this will be
cheerfully forwarded you upon
Yongo and Adelaide Sts.,
Wo prepay charges TORONTO,
and refund money if desired.
people are killed every year in this
country by CONSUMPTION., The
fault is theirs. No one need have
consumption. It is not hereditary.
It is brought on by neglect. You
do nothing,to get rid of it.
will  cure
cold  in one
Miss Bovi.E, a younR lady of Simcoc, I
school teacher and prominent so-.-killy. went
rapidly into a decline; from a tough. Was not
e\{>-cted 10 live. Smr.oH completely 'cuied
her. People in that vicinity arewcilacquaiBted
nidi the facts in her,case.
Shllrtli'i Consumption Cure It nol<l liy all
drugfjlsts In l/'iuinrlu and United Ssates at
2.>«, 50c, SI 00 n iKittle. In Great HrlUiin
at Is. 2d., 2s. 3(1., and 4s. 6<l. A tirltited
Kuarituteo Koe8"vvIth ovory bottl«. If you
i\r«> not HatUflnd ko tu your druggist itnd
get your money back.
Write for illustrated boot: on Consumption. Sent
without cost to you.    S. C. Wells & Co., Toronto.
Tint   I«is   I.ooli.
Ilapjrs—(Joiny to x< t your acohlent
policy renewed V" ■
Little—No. 1'supposed that an aecl-
dont wont v,-itii every policy, but instead of Unit 1 haven't ,so much tia
senttcliod my linger, the whole your.—
L?oston Transcript.
F<u'i- Canadians : „ r
Tlie policy 01 your newly-elected
rulers is in favor of trade within the
empire. Your patriotism approves
ol" it. But, setting that aside, 1/appeal lo 'your dainty taste and ground
my faith on QUALITY. Ti you try
Ceylon and India machine-made
GllEIWf teas you will miss something-, What ? The impurities im-
parted to Japan and China greens by
ROLLING. .Think of .- this. Bluq
Ribbon, Monsoon' and Salada packets are on sale.—Colonist.
CncoiiKciou.s Coi'hpnrlnon.
"Ah," be protested, "my love for you
Is the greatest t!»iug in tlie world. It
is larger liiau the world. It is'wiser
than the sea. Let me pour it iuto your
"Sir!" ejaculated the fair maid. "Do
yon mean to iusinua'te anything about
tho size or shape ol" my'earsV— 'Haiti-
more .Amprlcrn.
SORB FEET.-Mrs. E. J. Nelll, New'
Armagh, P. Q., wiites: "For nearly sbs
months I was troubled 'with' burning
aches and'pains in my feet to'such uu extent that I could not sleep at night, and
as my feet were badly swollen I cotuld not
wear tny boots for weeks. At last I got a
OHj aiidi-eFOlved to try it, and to my as->
tonishinent I got almost instant relief,
and the one bottle accomplished a perfect
cure. '       " ,
Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc
Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue
500 illustrations mailed free. "Write us for any
thiriff In Music or Musical Instruments.
Wialey Royce &'Co., Tor$£n^;^
Complete Stock of
Constantly on Hand.
23F*Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.~f£3
"VViiinijH'jf, Slsin.
023Z-5TID 01ST OK.
(Trade Mark Registered November 24,1690.)
Dr. Sanclie agrees to take0Instruments back
at half price if parties u^ing them ure not ben-
eflttud after using for Are weeks.
P. Free, Winnip'i g, sars: I have used "Oiyd-
onor" for two v,reeks for Brcnuhitis and Catarrh of the Head, and I feel   ike a new man.
* Mrs. iT. L. Cook, Winnipeg, says: I had sni-
fered untold agonies from Bright s Disease, and
It relieved me of Pain, aud ia six wecis I was
Sir. W. Q-. Ellworthy, Winnipeg, says: I have
suffe ed for 6J years with articular lheumntismj
whs In hospital for 5 weeks, and ased almost
avory reincdy, Including mesmerism galvanism, eleotric belt, etc. I have used Oxydouor
10 days and 1 e«oived more benefit than from
inytfiing else.
Mrs. Gagner. Winnipeg, Bays: I have used it
beneficially wiih my family whenever sick,
and it has cured me 01 severe indigestion and la
Su'i-dsa-lerp wanted in every district. Add rest
Wm T. 0>ibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.
Send for Buolilots of grateful reports.
To Loan on improved farms at current mtoi.   Write lo . ■
NAItKS, ltOUI>SON &  BI,ACK,        t.
Catholic Prayer %Z%i*?^
ulars, Itolig'ioiis Pictures, Statuary, and Clnirch
Ornaments,"Educational Works. ail orders receive prompt attention. j),& j, sadlier&Co„Montieal
Mrarried women nbonld all
know of Golden Seal, "Th«
AVifo'a Friend,"' a certain
cure for Leuccrrfaea and
fall irregularities. Ha*
been used by tliousand*
oi women. A trainsd
nurse mil answer all enquiries. $1.00 per box,
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'   Mii  Tliec  rapid  Gn  gestif    '  i'our;  i;ood  i  ��� luea'i  "   -iml C '  <:iven,    ,  t  Tlie  . ui.ii:  ��� >.-e n  L'ho p'  '���alisft,  .H'ii'.' -'  a pao(  tiart in  Efiu cc  iiienej  ber of;  eep  .irial? i  ���A man  'ished "  Tne  'uiiue ,  Chriat;  led. j  iellow��  8mplo;  oompa  Bow  "^bor t'  :.nov��n  Ruined  hy the'  aiuuibq  ���sale ra  union , ,  Crai  people'  over tii  jjone bs  Why s  been a  display  Uiiatinr  n close,  Voloy t  Where JL>iii li.tiy 1-i^ ��->'-'  Whellier Marcus J):tly v,\is a eilizen  01 JSJ--W j'ork (\r >r<mlaua id a question  wb'el- ,,,'iy have to be deejded by tbe  com id   in   "i"<b-r   i-i     -T " .    _       'j  y   .',!.���.���': ,, ii'.,   ;.,:%    tu    'n-    t:>ji-  i, ���-.    ���;,,   wii-un   Keuord.    Tlie  am'.  It.".  ii'  '   ��� ,-.imt   ];in^   contend  -   v   ���,    Y 'i k -.viis oi'  '< :     i >��� ,ij _.     i..,l ui i ;    thai    lie  1 ui   vlontaiia and.ilwavs   olaiined  [���    'i in-   ni-iee <'���> abodo.      Those  ,!,, ���;��� ,i , ,', ; :m- 1','lli'ciioii   of   tin:  ��, Hi.,- tl;b e(r.ito will   in-  t:; u-iirt   the   real   home  ������ 'II     i .. ll.V  i,i  ���!-f   l.'l.'li  this "  ��� ii-- :! e   itiiMunniire.    The    amount   of  )��� -..i,;/  U-n li,- Mnreus   Daly   is    vnri-  ��i��i ,���   .'.iiur.'ted   trom $20,000,000   to'  if"io.000,000.    R will be diuiculi to  de-  it-nuine  just   how   much   the  copper  kins was worlli, for, in addition to   his  .huse, mines at   Butte   and   Anaconda,!  ���'low i.e:iii,r   wt��rke(l,   he   owned    more)  ��� linn GO minori  not  developed,'   all   of  whir-li tiromiee the inexliaustable yield  "f 1,'noijo now operated.    The holdings  of ilv. j])i"ly in  Now York   were   large.  ,'t'n ndditjou to his Fifth   avenue   homo'  hc'hatl interests in several  i.irge 'racecourses.   Silvortoii-SfiHclou Tunnel.,  Tlie idea of a- Silverton-Sandon tun-  I     Mr. Davenport haied society, butMrs,  ; Davenporfc adored it: ond so, like amiable married people, they agreed to dif-  j for, and each' to go their own "way, quite  j cordially enjoying", atf ter the battle was  I over, na-rratLntj to each other what had  i  happened. When Mrs, Davenport was  T>ery young-, Mr. Davenport had care-  l f ul ly accompanied her to her carriage,  had sent her maid to take caxe ol her,  and had himself sat up to. receive her  when she returned:.   But as she grew  older, this sensitive care relaxed.   He  found  that she was quite content to  g-o alono, aaid he allowed her to do so,  with the family coachman on the box.  She im her turn wata determined that  he should not be .deprived of his naturail  rest, but should allow some satellite to  sit 'up and watch for her as she came  home.  There had been talk of a nlgfhtkey,  but Mrs. Davenport thought that was  too masculine, and she also had a suspicion that sh�� should never leaim how  to use it. So Mrs. Davenport, strong in  the confidence of heo- husband's love,  serene of conscience, and enjoying the  devotion of tu loo-go family of servants  who loved her, went offto Mrs. Appleby's hall, on the evening of November  12, looking lovely.  The ball was large and fine, and Mrs.  Davenport enjoyed it. She is a popular woman, and both men. and women  like her. Sho "would have left at one  o'clock, her-'usual hour, but that Herr  WT?��3 riAX'TT^PfyRTN nTTilPllflH"A   I     "0h' doctor!, doctor!  lctmein!"saad  MJxfc. .UAK&urUiil b U1LHJWMA.   th<J ,ladjf nQW quite ^yeterical.  "Your  house is warm; do let me in!"  The doctor was of course astonished  to see his fashionable neighbor, but hospitable and helpful.  "Will you go up and knock; at the  partition wall in your front room, doctor, and tr5r to wake: Mr. Davenport?"  said Mrs. D- , now in tears.  "Yes, madam, if jrou say so.   But had  :nel has long been regarded as1 feasible    von Bergmans, the German philologist,  , .'   ., , 0, . ���   f was presented to her, and talked so well,  by many in the felocan  who   aro   fain , *   ���    -   ,      .������,    ,'     .      .    .. .    .    '  J and was so evidently inspired by her  aliar with the richness   of the   ground | bxiglit eyes, that she stayed on"; and  between tho > two   towns.    Tl^at   <hi.^  idea has been taken hold of   by   some  with capital enough to put their plane  into operation  is   now   evident   rrom  the advertisement })ublished   in   these  .columns by them fhiougli their  solioi-,,  tors.'   4 tunnc-1,such as the   company  desiring a  charter proposes   to  drive,  would  be   about  five   miles  long'   and  s,vculd pass through  or  in   the   neighborhood of about  a  dozen  producing  jrv.ines and scores of prospects more, or  .less valuable,      , ' ,  This is the 'first proposition of the  kind that has ever come up in this  'uart of the Province.���Silvertonian.  '   , Mew Year's  "S-.vfearing Off."  The day'following New Year's day  ".will \vilnes3 the usual "swearing olf'  iind the imbibing citizen will start  100 L wHli often made good resolutions.  As v.ill be seen by the following he  will answer, un invitation with unre-  iserved emphasis,; but-, as the weeks  roll by the iiesh weakens, and the  majority relapse into old time habits.  This is the tone of his answer:  >irst Week-  -  * ���..  -   ...  Second Week-  Third week-'���  NO 11  'And then ' his   resolutions  are   forgotten until next New Year's day.  Halcyon Hot. ���Springs'  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  gn.ndu'er. THJE JlALCYON HOT  SriUNGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Ilot  springs, Arrow Lakej B. C. Resident  pliysrcian and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursioiiri; ; Telegraphic com-  , municatiou -.vith all parts of the  world. Two mails arrive p.vd depart  daily. Terms, ?15 to $18 per week  according to residence in hotel or,  villas. Its baths cure all nervous and  inuscular diseases, .its waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach troubles.  The baths and waters are an invalu  ble remedy for silver and lead poison-  mg. _j   WiiUiliniaking-  ���C. O. Damaurer respectfully informs the public that he is a practical  "watch maker,'having worked at the  bench for U years iu Bjston, Mas��.  ,A fine collection of Waichns, Clocks  and Jewelry will lie bore shortly bo  kindly hold order:; until then. J'rice-  will surprise the natives. Hone-zt  work ond honest pav is my motto.  Spectacles and goggles*.  i'oura rospoctfully  C. 0. Dcniaurc-',.  Opposite   tiie   isLootenay Hotel    till  better located.  : mWffa��J���� UV  _SO   YEARS5  Trade Marks  ���      Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending askcfcli and description rticy  finlcltly aacertain our opinion free whether an  invention iar^rotiablypatentable. C'ommnnioa-  tioiisBtricllycoiilldoiitial. Hiuidbookon Patents  sent Iree. OUlCKt i!��oiic7 for fiecurinK patents.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, in the"  Sekstif i�� lierican  A Handsomely illuatrated vfceitly. I,nrcesfc circulation of any 'scientific journal. Terms, $H a  i'-i'r: I"'11- -I'-ontha, *1.  Solcl by all newadealera.  MM! 1Co>6ib"��*^. New York  Branch Offlce, (R5 V St., Washiugion, P. C.  then i.he hostess had the great singer,  Loreniburinani, who must be spokeni to  in Italian, and Mr&. Davenport speaks  1 Italian with the drue Tuscan purity,  '    Bo she left tho ball vxjry lute.   Stixik-  jiell, her coachman, was   eleepy   and  -aross,    and   after, depositing   her   at  N"o.   39,, lie   drove   off   very   qiiLckly.  Tr was' a fine   night���moon  ,brilliant,  Slurs splendid,    Jupiter    magmficfynt.  Mrs. Davenport, gazed upward admir-'  ingly, almost regretting- taleave a Bcentt  which paled the ornamentation of the  ballroom ceiling.  She was destined to ece'G good deal  more of .those same stars than she had  bargained for oa that particular night,  poor woman!       '_����� n1  She rung- sharply.  .  Nobody ,came.       -   i   --'. . - -f  ,���' Sii,e rang again, and rogfUQ,-and again.  Nobody came.  " ^Irs. Davenport, beg^iri -to feel Chilly  about the feet; which were delicately  clad in white satin shippers and Bilk  stockings. . .,  Sho wrapped her clonic about h��r tmd  looked up at No: 39, her own jramiliax  brown Btone, four:Story, ootoiortable  house;  Not a sign, of movsm,sht1 althdugfh the  gas burned in the hall; ,  She rang, ond rangj and rang"* Ko"  response.  And-then she r&alized that sne waH  locked out, that everybody was asleep,  ' and that there she might stay all the  rest of the night. * She ' remembered,  alas! too latej that she had trusted to  her waiter, a gentleman ocf African descent, who 'had -been known to go to  sleep on these night, watches, to l&t^  her in. Now ha seeined to be sunk in  the deepest oblivion. But then, it Orlando slept, some one ehle had'general-,  ly waked, and either roused him Or let  her in individually. Mrs. Davenpor"t  bbuddered: A night on1 her own front  stops!  She kept on ringing desperately, and'  po\rnded the door with & delicate fist.  Presently a policeman came' along, and  to him'she appealed. ��� )  "Oh! got a key?" said he. "Let me  help you unlock the door." .'  "But I have; not'a key!" said, the  miserable woman.  "I never had a key!"  "Dad, bad," said the guardian of the  public peace. "I never knew thesn to  wakip up. However, I will rap for  you." .So he pounded the blinds with  his club, and made a terrible hoiso.  - Two or three beads looked out of the  opposite windows. Ono invalid at 41  raised a window and begged piteouoly  that her rest might not be thus ruthlessly iruined. -,;.-'-   ' ������ ��� ,*���  ���"Lady locked out!" Bang the policeman. '      ���  "Well, is that any reason why you  should try to wake the dead?" said the  irate clergyman opposite.  - The policeman walked  ou,  leaving  Mir. Davenport in despair.  She looked up at the moon, at Jupitox  ���and other illustrious denizens of the  pky, and found them,cold and unsyrnpa-  i hetic. She began to think of her sins,  and feared that nhc had not been sufJl-  fitiiitly kind to homeless outcasts. Even  thf. cats, who were tho ouly people  abroad in her quiet street, came in for  her sympathy,  "They have a hard time, poor things,"  paid she; "always locked out!"  It wasu cat, however, whogarve her an  idea- Evidently a predatory Arab of a  cat, who- thought he owned her froiist  steps, for, after stealthily creeping up  and finding her in possession, he leaped  on to a neighboring balcony.  She looked after him. - ;.  "Dr. Montgomery's and a speaking  tube!" she said. "Why did, I not remember that before ?"  ��� Mrs/Davenport' drew up hev long yellow satin train, .laid her fan and handkerchief on the doorstep, and as-fast a'si.  high heels and satin slippers would-al-.  low, went down here.own stepa and up.  those'of her neighbor," who lived at 37,  ��� ."lie is a doctor, ...oceti'sturned to bo  awakened at oil hours,".said'she.'    ,].-.  iiha fang, hcard a sleepy voice bom?.  down:. "What do you want?"'  "ITelp!  Help!">:aid>she';  _.��� e;What-help?  who? what number?"  GOid the doctor. ...        .,.  , "39;.great trouble! immediate!" sairl  Mrs: Davcmxjrt,'   ;.^,^,-..,,,:..-.;._..,    -,,...;''  you not better flperucb tha night)   here,  quietly?"  "What, "next door to 39? Oh, no! I  couldn't, I must go home.' Please, doctor,, if it will not disturb Mrs. Montgomery, do go up and make a dreadful  noise at the head of Mr. Davenport's  bedy~itTleans"up"~agaiiifit your parlor;  for he always hears your piano.",  The doctor obeyedv and knocked  loudly on the w-all. Mr. Davenport  heard a distant thunder in his dreams,  turned over, with his deaf ear up, and  si opt again.  After a half hour's fruitless knocking, Mrs. Davenport consented to allow  the sleepy doctor to retire to his well-  earned repose, whilst she declared that  she would rest as well as she could in on  easy-chair down in his consulting room,  At length Mr. DaveBport,    like   all  heavy sleepers, woke up suddenly and  entirely.' He did not know why, but it  seemed to him. tbat.be hod hodj a disturbed night.   As he lay trying to collect his faculties, lie heard the clock  strike four.  "How quiet Coralie is!" said Mr. Davenport; "tired after her .ball, I sup*  pose."  Mr. Davenport listened to hear,  throug-h the opened door and" curtained  recess, tho quiot breathing1, of his wife  in tho next room.  She was strangely slilh and Mr. Davenport" arose softly and crept in to see  what could bo tho matter.  "neavonsr' said he, "nobody in bed!  Cbralio not at home afc four o'clock I"  Mr. Davenport ��� paused & moment.  Could the horseB have run away ? Could  the coachman have been drunk? That  had happened before. ' Could his poor  wife, have been thrown, dragged���no,  tlie idea was too horrible. Could she  have been locked out?  Mr. Davenport felt tho cold pCTEpira-  tion Btartxm his brow.   He rang every  bell in tho hoiise.   Ho proceeded    po  ' dress hiinseb!.   He danced in his agony  and agitation.  Tthen, as his sleepy serrants began' to  appear, and one after tho other began to  disclaim any knowledge of thedr mistress, he^descended to��the front door.  There lay Mrs. "Davenport's fan, hand-  kef chief and gloves.' Then "Mr. Davenport tore his hair. She had been there,  'to her own home; she had failed to gairi  adimitta,nce; she had either been ruthlessly carried off, or she had committed  suicide.' Mr. Daveaport lost his head.  '".. "She may have gone to her sister's,  'br to some 'hotel," suggested her maid.  -, "Whatj'at three in.the morning, you  wretched sleepj- h��ad!'.' said"Mr. Daveh-  poftt wildly." To discharge Orlando, to  g6 tocthe policef.to rouse the world,  theee were Mr, Davenport's first ideas.  He rang- up every signal officer in  town. The whole machinery of the public was set to work to find the missing  lady. , ,     ,  Mr. Davenport went after his coachman. The man, though iuily testifying  to,the fact that he had been very drunk,0  could swear that he had left the lady,  at her own door at half-past .two in  the mornings  In the meantime Mrs. Davenport slept  sweetly ih tho doctor's onnoh&ir until  the" housemaid, coming1 in, uttered a  loud shriek and called "robbers 1" To  pacify her, to rouse herself, to step  calmly out of the doctor's front door  and into her own house was the work  of a moment.  Mrs. Davenpof t found all of her people afc home and thoroughly awake,  but where was Mr. Davenport?  He had left no tidings of himself. He  was wildly searching, for her. -Knowing his temperament, Mrs. Davenport  felt sure that he would not return until he had dragged the East river. .She  waa at home all right, and proceeded,  like a calm woman, to get off. her ball  dress, and satirL shoes, and silken hose,  and to put on dressixigJ-gowu and lamb's  wool, and to take a clip of tea, to get  warm, and then to reflect upon what  should be done with Mr, Davenport's  case. '  "It will be all in the papers," said  her prescient soul, "this evening, at  farthest!"  " I will telegraph, everywhere," said  she, ringing for a messenger boy.  "Hullo!" said a man at the signal station, "this is queer! Hero is a man trying to find his wife, and here comes a  woman who is trying to find her husband; arid they ore both named Davenport!"  "I dare &ay���nothing ���to���each other  ���common name���coincidence," said  the telegraph operator, who had  learned to talk in jerkfl.  "Let me see the number," said the  signal man. "Thirty-nine. Yes, it ia  the same queer case!"  "Wonder what it all meansl"  It was late in the day before a haggard man was found standing on the  brink of the East river bugging a fan,  a pair, of gloves aaid' a handkerchief.  Mr. Davenport had evidently 'token  these for purposes of identification.  When ho was finally rescued and  taken, home, after the usual expressions of mingled affection and disgust,  ringer, .joy, reproach and great content-  inent, which'all'married pairs will remember and .furnish for' themselves,  Mrs. Davenport remarked plaintively:.  "Vyliy did you act-think ofDr. -Mont-'  ������'���'������ .'.���:,;'������;:.������<. i.n .>>���*,-sp:;^if>�����. 1 ^l-c<"!:'/��� r?v;  ,   Heating Stoves?  Cooking- Stoves,  Stove Furnishings,  Enamelled Ware,  Granite Ware,  Builders' Supplies,  Sewing Machines,  Hotel Supplies,  Paints, Oils, Glass.  CALL ON  Tinsmithing and   plumbin  uection.  ,  M O YIK'S LEA DING ^UOIEiss^s  ^&&m&m  hallenge  To heat the quality and price  of our liquors, Agents Giant  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlitz Brewing Co.  (1 ,  WRITE US FOR PRICES.  J  * i ' ,  Steele Mercantile Company,  JACOB P. FINK, MgK  LtdJ  The best of accommodations  for the traveling public.  i  McMahon Bros., Props.  i3E&g&S2^2����2����^^ 2  <&  usiness  ��;  JOSEPH SBri>BICSTA13T, I'rop.  o  Lager beer sold  by the   Keg or  dozen  bottleg.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . *  Oiitside Orders Given Strict Alton tion.  S. J. WHIXCOMB  ,      House    painter,     grainer,  * glacier    and    pape'rhanger.-  - All  work on   perfect   aur-  faco guranteed.    Prices  according    to ( quality    and  stock required  Owing to a contemplated change in business 1 will pcIL tlio  balance of my tori's Sui'fl, rant?, Tweed rand Fancy Vetts  etc., at greatly reduced ptiaes. , ,''       ,  My groceries are fresh and good, and will'bo closed   out  at a groat reduction also. ���*     *'     v,    ^ ,  '  "     This opportunity won't  last  long.    Move quickly and  take advantage o'f it.  The Busy Store at the Busy Corjier.  CORKER  OrrOSITE rOSXQFETCE,'  ' T. ��. MAHAFPY.  W1LDEY LODGE EX). 44.       ;  Sleets every Monday evening in their  ball on Victoria etreot. Sojourning-  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  n. A. smith, s. o.  A. T. KCS.SEDY, TREA8,  r. i. moori:, k. 6,  K. J. SMYTH, F. 8.  Moyie, B, C,  CHAS:  P.  OAMPBELLi  Funeral Director  arid  Embalmer,  <  Graduate of Clitimpioh College oi the  ��� United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Gomirierce. Telegraph and  mail orders prortptly attended to. k  Cranbrook,  B. C.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  and Bob Line;  A Pointer  For Your Eastern Trip,   is to See thai  .  Your Ticket Roads via  CANADIAN     PACIFIC  First-Class - Sleepers   on   All   Trains  i km mmtmmm��� Itw���wwwiiroi^UBm^i ��� w i ���������n ��m iinntiiiiwiwuipii  from   Jtovclstoko  and Kootenay Ldg.  Moyie, Miners*   Uniori  i  ;2SrOi''7,l-"  .  Meets in McGregor hail every Tuesday  evening.'    Sojourning   members   are  cordially invited to attend..  H.'H. biMOCK,        -     P. T\ SiiVTif,  President. "     Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets iu the Moyie Bchool  house on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'ejock sharp.  J. P. Farrell, Pree.  A. P. Maodonaij) A. T. CLARk,  Vice-Prcs. '. Sec'y.  Meats and Poultry  For the Holidays.  We are better prepared thau ever to  serve tho people of South East ICoo't'o-  nay in our line. ^  "The best   of  -VToata,   Ttirkoys,   Chlckont  Ducks, Flsll aud Oyslors.  See the arinUai display,  '   ' 8HOPS    AT  Moyip  - ]   ^  ��� Fort Steele  Ofanbrook Fernie Wardner  '������       ���! '   '      i 'f'     li Iml        i*r"  xs  BUV YORSELF A  H HI WMfKW,  TOURIST   cars;  Pass IJunmore Jut daily for St.  Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and  Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for  Toronto. Same cares pass Revcstoke  one day earlier.  TRAINS   DEPART.  8:f)l   for   Kaslo,   kelson,    Rossland,  Slocan   and    boundary     points,  St= Eugene International  BARBER SHOP,AND     ,  BATH ROOMS.  W. H. STONE; Prop. .  St. Eugene Mine, Mo\ ie B. 0  DRY GOODS, ROOT0 AND  SHOES. LADIES A^;D  GENTS       FURNIsllINGS.  Call and inspect our clothing.  The most up to date stock ill  tow ii.  JOMJ B.3lCISC* (>  J; J, MURPHY  & CO.'S  ���STORE, MOYIE, R. C.'  j.. ii-  ,JOUX   KAItlJKK,   M.   V.   B>  imwtimTo  Ofricc caM Residence    CJUSWROOK  Revelstoke, Main .Line anil Pacific  Coast.  15:09 for Moose Jaw    B'-andon, Wiii-  nipeg, etc. iiiid all Eastern   points  MOYIE, B. C.  Photography  connecting r*t Maclcod for Calgary  Edmonton, etc.  ���Residential lots $125 for sale. See  D. J. Elmer,  Apply, for .Kates, Maps, Time-cards, Tickets and  .F-ull.-Infcfriiiiu ion to Mciircst Local  Agent, ,'      ��� ..'    .  '    E. J./CQYLK,  1    ..   . '   ��� ... . A.f.l.P. A.,VaucrtVcr  ��. HUUer-i Atient; Moylft,'  'Christmas, is qomlng, ' Get  your pictures : taken to send  home. PREST, .tlie photographer,will'Visit  Moyie  on  .'  .'���  each    Saturday,     Flashlight  pictures taken at  the Moyie  or at   your   room   or  house.  Leave your order?,   at once,  ..'.���'���'   No time lb' delay,      |  .��� '-.    ������    ' ���'  '.* '    -.-  ��� ';-Frest.'^' Oo.j-'.;  . Photogi-iipherSi  Vt.iia0roc.it,    iwoyic;',,��:ovi^oti;to.  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday ahd Wednesday.  Prices 0ivei\  ::and/; Orders   .  TaMenloii  Kve^ytliing  in the Printing  . ��� ��� ���!��� ��� . , .  'i  kin&"at'ttie  i-  ��������  1      I  ���   y*  ) "���  *>     J"  -��� -  t


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