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 otm {?�����&.&.  A  'S  /-  /���^y,'y\  I  'J  //  J *T-J Bv  '"-^  ."���V ''  y*  MOYIE, R_ 0., FEBRUARY 9,1901.  FULL LIXES AT  CANN'S BOOKSTORE  mmmwmm  Grand Bali Given for  Their Benefit.  S3 A YEAR  LOCAL    MEWS.  BY THE MOYIE LADIES  Ed Itussell has returned from the  hospital..  If you want a boot that  will   lit,, go  to G. H. Gilpin.  Pa ther Coccolo is 'in town today und  will remain over until tomorrow.    He  says the pstients havo been  moved   to  the new hospital in  Cranbrook,   and  that they are all comfortably situated  in their hew quarters;  Those   who   were   burned   ih   the  Lake Shore hotel   fire   aro   feportrd  The People Donated Generously Tou-artls  tho CauMC, and tho Ball wag a  .    *     .        Urand 9uccc/J��.  t> . .  a. ���" ��� -     Lake Slior*  Moatv        PWI rtM "-'   dfa��teSk\**l*ta*mtol Mcel,.   Pa!. Mc.  ���    Neil and "Sen Jiemmenger, Ifc is ' said,  wiil be scarred fof life, biit are out of  Mrs. Farrell has been qnite  sick at  her home lately.  The second of the benefits in aid of  the Are sufferera \vr13 given by the  ladies of Movie in Morley hall Thursday evening, and was a grand success  both from a social ancl financial point  of view.   Tne ladies especially are dee-  danger.   A. H. ,tB��rrick   has' almost  entirley recovered and will be able  to* ,'  Chearw ,1 ���,!���,.       ��������� t �� ea"ey recovered and will be a  ^neapest Underwear in town at .11.90 leave th- hn-nifni ;      t     >���  a suit at Reid Campbell & Go% J! ��SP,tal W a !eW d*>'a-  Winlo E. J.   Cann   was playing   a- ��� '  .Now io the 'time for an accident-  policy, skating is a dangerous pastime  and you may fall down and break ���a  bone. Cheap policies at Beale &, El-  well's.  game of billiards  at the  Moyie" hotel  Wednesday oveniotj the trap    door  of  'the cellar1; which'is near the,table, was  opened.   Mr. Cann accidentally  stbp-u  ped in and received an uely rfall, hurt.-"  Montreal   had   a   $3,000,000   blaze  inBhis back and spraining" his  ankle;  l/UM                                                     ���s ������������j   t.t tj utc- .. ts.  % I ervin.S of credi�� r��,r their   work'/   Tliey riec  ii% I pre?ared II splendid' supper and  did j  flfo I  XCcllenfc    w,��rk .in' selling  "tickets, thai  last week.    The insurance   company  , which Beale & Elwell  represent .'car-  They J ried 5000,000 of tho Insurance.  ���If you want a   surprise,   look   into  ���"tlitvto   shack   on   south   Victoria  by Professors Eobert Wilson arid Harry  Griery and C. A. IClingensmith handled  the floor in such a manner as to meet  with the hearty approval of all,.   There  Music for the occasion' was  furnished  street with Ih7iug Vn^on it" " You   ^ their ic? P^  .willfind the'xnost complete and up to E ClT'l W ''*  gan8w^.buil>  date (���(���ftftir ��f ri  ,_,,*           y V ,lrom the lal-e to  Puttlnsf up Tea.  -The work of putting up ice for rioxi  summer's use has already commenced;  Messrs. Niederstadt, & Jliesterer have  had their ice plow at work  for several  A L        A      -,    '.  date stock of drugs toilet  articles  and  perfumes in the Kootenays.  Don't sharpen your razor  on   vour  MM  1  -Paid Up, Capital, $8,000,000; .  HHfe 8RANC|i'.  HUBERT HAINES, MGR  n  .. 1 u  A  _��� !,  "N,' A. Mackenzie"; Proririetor,:."     .   '  yf"tl?#l- -���> ���   ���     -v..     .  ,    v    , - .   ���  f -^JM-ii j v^J"nJ7' ��� 11* - ��� ^ -. . >  ^^i-? Hotel' for the -masses..  Everything First  iaSEnlleve^ respect/"���'Sfitmple Booms for "  |^^^^, Commercial Men.  British Columbia.  Cwttius i'r,-iCilS>t Croston,      ' -      ���  There was a cutting affray at Creston last .Friday, ioj-which Annie and  - li. G. Howard, colored were the parti-  fcipants. Dr. Green; was- summoned  and found the woman was suffering  from a dangerous wound in the neck  inflicted by the man whom she claims  as- her husband. On .Friday' last  Howard became enraged at the woman  and attacked hor. witlr   a'< knife    He  was a good attendance and  the ladies      ��on fc, ^"PW your  and gentlemen  were"'about   of   equal    ��       f        �� y��U  baQ   buy   a   g0od  number.   The gross   receipts   of   the  l-.��}l   M'T'3' five cents ��� at  J.   W.  ball  amounted  to $166.00;   rThe   expenditures ammouuted to .1,14.00,. dis-  iP  tributed as follows: music, $10; printing tickets, ��2; help at hall, .$2. This  leaves a balance of .-j.152 to be" turned'  over to the board of trade for distribution. With the $-i7 raised at tho first  benefit this makes' a total of'$199 for  thefire sufferers.  The-ladies who were at the" head of  the afiair Thursday evening are Mrs, T.  J". Clites', Mrs. P. J. McMahon, Mrs. G.'  A. King, Mrs. A. O'Kelly, airs. S. J.  MacEachern and Mrs.- Dbfg. " These  Udiou'v-iohca'-iine' "Leader to .extend  thanks ..to fhe other ladies who so  kindly donated and assisted theni, and  .    n-    .     , ���       a"J'��.       XXt!  inflicted.a:wonnrI.flflvftral��� inchns   lone  six the left side of her 'neck, "narrowly  missing the j-ugler  vein.    On   hearing  the   woman's   screams   several   men  rushed in' and ��� one   of   the- number  named Shannon, arrested Howard and  took him to Creston. ��� The  charge, of  ���attempted murder   was placed against I   him and he was arraingned before   E. ' * Hookey CHib "6a���8e. '  Mallandame, J. P., who committed the      The Moyie Hookey Club is  makin*  prisoner for   trial.   The, woman   'was  active preparations' for    their "grand  lift   r>..1,-lrrTo   rvfl.       I hflll    -n-ll-f.il    t.,,'11    !__    1. _l.t    ��� -^ .     ..  Livors ��fe Co's shack on South Victoria  street.  ��� > t  J. A. Harvey was in town Monday  looking��after his interests. ' A meeting,  ot the waterworks company was held  while he was here, and he reports-  everything progressing favorably. The  annual meeting of the company' will  be held next Friday, Feb. 22, at which  time there will be an' election" of officers.  P. T. Smyth, secretary of the"miners'  union, was in Cranbrook Tuesday on  business in connection with his office.  Will Hill of Cranbrook wita.ia- town  the latter part,;ef the weekr  the second floor of  their brewery. They intend putting  up about 1200'tons. Messrs. Grant &  Sheady have some contracts on hand;  and the hotel men are o making arrangements to,put up their summers  supply,' < '   ,      ,    ���  Starting of Mill, "Delayed.  -The starting up of 'lho St. Eugene  concentrator baa been delayed.' on account of the cold weather, w'hicii has a'  disasteroua effect on.tlie flumes. lathe meantime tho mill is being re;  paired .arid everything go^on in readi-'  ness for starting up on "short notice/  and as sooti as the present cold weath-'  er abates this will be done.  to the men who were   w* JZ "    .   V^s. Diesel of tbe-St.  .Eugene was  ��vuov,ere   so  generous  :n  m Cranbrook on busineW fhp   (;�����' ��r  purchasing tickets.    They also wish to | the week. firSt ��f  thank Mr. Morley tor the   use   of his  hall. " '   '   ���  y- Crow's Xest Coafc'o. ���     .  , Toronto, Feb! G.-At yesterday'^  special meeting , of 'the Crow's Neat  Pass.Coal,Co., oalled-jto consider ����n in-'  Chas.BieSer0f tbe'St.  iugene was fmZo ��\^^ ��� ?^��6   ��?6 -of   the '  Cranbrook on business  thf llln^f0 *? % ��f is31^ s^  were  represented.   It  was   unanimously   de-'  cided to increase the capitalization -by  trlflionno ,-vf   Sl<\ nnn ,...'.     i  ���\    t  aiso broagbt.up on the charge of keep-  ball which will be held in Morley hall  iug a disorderly house   and sentenced'next Thursday evening.'  The team is  V.-DESAWKIEB,   Prop.  Large   sample   room   in   connection  with* house Jor commercial men'. ' Best  ,of accommodations. '- ���,  Headquarters for dommenbiaFancf Mining Min,  .. -.        "^ ATOYTB,  B'. C. '  to a mouth's imprisonment. They  were taken to Nelson by Provincial  Constable Wilson.  vms^tst SKC3J3& m ses^esz  Koyai Tomplara to Orffanlzo".  Rev. \v. G. -Mahou; depuity proi-in-  ,cial orgauwer of the  Eoyal  Templars  of temperance   in   Britidh5 Columbia,  will hold a public meeting  in  the  interests of that order in   the I. O. O. F.  hall on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 7 :30 p.'  m.   A short   program":  consisting   of  imumc, recitation* and   addresses   will  bo given.    The organizer- 'will  discuss  .Royal ioifi-pirirism cud at the close of  '-he public   meeting   w-"n   institute* a  Royvd degree of the order,"investing it  w.ifh  all   also doing some ��� hard practicing and  "getting fn condition to'meet the'Cr'an-  brook boys. . They now know what  they have to contend with and they  are determined to put up tho best fight  possibl-hfor th'e victory.  It is expected tliaf-'quite a number  of thc_ admirers of the Cranbrook  team will come along and remain  over for the dance. This affair* will  no doubt prove itself one of tho' most  enjoyable of'its kind of tho season,  "and, should be 'given every'-support  possible by the Moyie-people  - A. G.fMonkhousenas returned from  Seattle, and says there are ten men for  every position in that country.  Vic Desaulnier has 'reaurned from  the Halcyon hot springs on Arrow lake  He is much improved 'in health, and  speaks very highly. 0f the curative  properties of these springs.  Rev. W. G. Mahon will n'old a special evangelistic service in the school  house on Sunday night at 8 o'clock p.  m. to which all are invited.  Wm. -Lawsori is" doing assessment  work on his claims on the west side of  'the lake-. t  -   Andrew   Johnston,   o'f   the   Moyie L   ��� ,_ '        hotel, and   Wm.   Hamilton" were   m   Cranbrook Borald ���  Cranbrook Wednesday.     ; f   -John Fink is in San Francisco and."  expects to remain in  California  until  next fall.  the issue of 60.000 -additional  shares;  In other words,  the   capitalization   i3  raised from .*F2,000,000 to $.%500',000 or"  almost doubled.   ' - -   '  Of the neir stock 20,000 shares or  half a million dollars' 'worth will be'  issued at once, and the remainder held  back in the treasury for .tlie meantime,  Though it was not officially announced yesterday, it is understood -that."  the new stock now issued goes to the'  old shareholders at par in-tlie proportion oi of one share fco every, four held.'  obahbkoob:  items;  New Cigar nnd Tobacco Store'  ijy&m-  ��� '"���S&5W  ������-'-:rJmH  S'-|1^*  .m/tftaf'  '���'",,1'*-.*^��'  .^���j't  ���   ' W  : ';-:,i.&&  *-* -. *'"4  -* *\*.'-*5  ���*. ��Wt  ' '\m^t  , '���:.': "*>'���*  A'A\ y-.i  This underwear- is at a cash price $J 90  per suit.    Eeid, Campbell & Go's;  Messrs. Hawke & Brenton have our-  chased a double seated cutter and 'are  now  in   position   to   attend   to   th*  the   rights,   privileges   o-ul��    ,   ' ier ��pen   & C1"gar  fluc?   UQW  m   Posi-tio11  vidod for in lho consh'tution i   i,^ '^ ^ Wpek in the portion 11>aUtB ��f the ^eo^��'  asun^s ot the P.. T. of T    of t   ?      g[^ ��CCUJpi<sd   by  Mes" I     RUrick Cintwell, who"was f��l-n   fn  ***    Newfoundland       iho^l^^,^1,". fn   -arinc.  th. Hpspita. ,Mt   w.k, I" ^^  Busy .stock taking; no time to Write  Advertisements,"  We thank the people Of Moyie for their'  liberal and esteemed patronage during-  the fast year, and solicit a contihuanc��'  of the same.    .      '   ���  'oiganK-er  desires   a large   attendance j m Au ��^03 ': �� H     .  and 8portks hopefully of a lone charter    ' , t0&1''   "     lhcfiItlce wil1   bc   carpe-  Jist. :       ��� - OnffCllart01 [ted, painted and fitted   in   an  elegant  Mctnl Quotations.  New York, Feb. , T.-Ear silver,  W cents. Lead, price , for miners  and smelters, U.37\ at the close. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00.  Keep Your Eye=^-.  manner. ^ He has a largo stock ordered, which' will be here fn a few days,  when hi will be ready to open up business.  JJoBrcJ. of Xrado aieat.ng'*.  The frame for Frith & Hamilton's  uew.buildingisupand the WOrt of  boarding in the sides a hd putting 0n  the roof is in progress.  _   "Bo" Drain, one of the unfortunates  ni the Moyio fire, was able to leave the  .���hospital last Friday, but is still hobbling about on crutches.  Fred Frith has been" confined to hiV  bed with an attack of quinsy tho past -  week, and was unablo to roturn to ' his '  home in Mcyio in consequence of h'f*-*  misfortune, . ,        ���  James Gill has been doing a bi-  busineas.iii fure this winter. His 1^"  eMt .purchase i.**.thc poltof a bear killed-  ON THE  A  egukr   meeting, of   th.   Hoyio | bemg-fitted up for offices,  which   H  board o  trade was i^d at  the Moyie   be occupied by JBfcilo & E���  hotolWednesday.evening,  with  Pros-f   A chance of'von',, rr  -ident Farrell in tho  chair  and  Lew- Lit I��*Zn "   ft   Cheap  ir-ii ' L"'''"' i suit at Jieid Caninbr*! .c- Hn>,  Thomson, as    secretary.    After   the      Rp,lp t P1 ���� "'  Beale & Elwell expect to move into  ��ia roor is in progress, uuwaws in lura this winter.    His  ht-  McMahdn'Q-' log   buildin-   oppose   e6t-J?'J;?haso i'^fchc Polt of a bear killed-  the Hotel   Kootenay   ia   ^de4ohi^J * ^   "' is ft ���8*M<*U ^Peci-  another cifan^e.    The ground fiolr tS  Zl ^j!? ?T\m? eoaditi���. haviug  regular business of the evening the  following were selected to serve oh the  executive committo : .?. v McHJahon.  N. A. Mackenzie, V. Desaulnier, A. D.'  Drummond, Dr. Higgins and E. J  Cann.  ���^ AND-135  s^^^^m^m^^  BUTOHBlfsabP."  V -      v. .     .^  QUEEJT'S  AVENUE.  ....������:-::?lSH/,FLEStf';'������;'���  OF THE BEST QUALITY AT Liy  ING PBIOES.' ���' ; -   :   -  their new office accross the street  on  Tuesday.    The  office when completed  boon killed just at the right time.'  # The new St. Eugene hospital building has been accepted by the Sister,  and tnw week the furnishings are be-  iyg moved from the old buildin- at  the mission. The work of remova  will be completed by the first of next  week and then the Skiers- will have  oneol the most commodious and  best"  3lncTCcnzio aud isrido Ilcturu.  , 2\. A. MacKenzie and his. bride returned Monday Irom a pleasant wedding journey through the east. In  the evening they were given a (ouch o<*  high hfe by,the small boys and   many  of the larger ones^fter which a  social  quin8y  danco was given at the -Manhattan  in  honor of the couples return.  Highest price paid   forVRaw   i^Vrs-'  Pack ia sacks and send by   express   to"  Names (-fill;"Orahbr.oolc.  M. A. Beale left for Fort Steele   to- * " "   day and is expoctefi bck   on   Mondav        W  .        7 M l�� ^ "'  Don't let tins  opportunitv h i'01''     ��bl'Uai'y   7-Tho     Iasfc  got a suit of uadorweT   for* tin    H ^ ^ ^i-id   to Queen  Vic  Boid, Campbell & Cot ' at   torm    Her bmJy ���dw rests peacefully  W   v   -h* -m      -,    "'   - nGar 0l   hGr   iHlaband   in    lhe  r.  -.  -��-mn roturncd from   Cran*  mauspleum  -:t Progmors,    The  final  ia just ro-  ceremonies were moro   Cf   a   funereal  &f [and pathetic charactor:   than   any   of  ; the* obsequies ��� wWch preceded them  brook    this   morning.    He -  covering   from  Sov^r-ci  'w-o   a s tack  The executive of the board" of trade  held-a, meeting at Mr. Cann'sploce of  business last evening, and decided to  send two delegates to the meeting  of  fr>.oassociated-boards,--which  will" be  hold m Greenwood on the. 29m,. ".  . NOTICE.  ���NoHcc ia-horctygiv^" tbat tlibro will   ",e   ,,  u Mojie fcebriinry ll, for the purpose of trail s-  erring .i,inor,icoilcOOI>  W|a_ ���   J ,,*''.  Loiraoy, "''' "v " .  W.'JI.'UAKNif*?'     '"  Chief License inspect'.*.-.1 <p
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agitation apd a demand for unioivlabel
goods, 200 Chiuattfeu' em ployed'in the
clothing trade at  Los 'Angeles, Cal.,
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"-'   The absurdity- p'„ihe- "'bljia, laws   of
New Jersey- wan illustrated  no.fc. doug"
■.ago when a. 6akep, who vvas -fined 'for
selling bre&d'Q'n.Su'ndiiy, won't out the
next Sabbath and'purchased a cigar at
, tho drug Gtore  kept by the justice who
r fined him". ' And yet, we profess to.be
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mine, manager!"-, buys his" supplies'" in*"
.-Nelson,, gets his'.minors from Wisconsin, carries hi's bank accouatJn.Sandon,
;-buye hie meat ip>^Tew-DjenV'epandgets
his coftee ground in: Silverton. "By1
itbus distributing his patronage tie has
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tuea-tfhfch ar«   the   rncisr   Joroijle re*
-fn-jfjQt-rs.of Arperba's dp-fiance,'to her
motj^r country.'   The young  prin ;e.
prto-it there Vtook in  the  portraitif. o(
the men who stirred uptherevo'intioa-]'
md.de cbimpiimentary • remarka   upojv
Vhejir);  looked   with   in tercet" "on  tbe
manuscript    of..'the JDecJaratjoh ' of
Independence^ and took)- in his" hands
the swords of the' men who fought the
arrniecVof' George' .III.- ' Finally   he
came to a garret-land."'-was- -told.- that"
there was where   the' bell   was   rung
whenihe^declaration was rejtcL    Ihpn*
lie'-wa?jted'"tp know what- ,baji: become
of the bell.   They  found   it   for .him
with the_aid. of  their canes. / It  was
Indaen'ft^ay b"er*earfhra; piass of  pea
riut shells, orange peels, waste* paper
and other debrie.
Tha  princpjsvae   shocked,    For    a"
moment he ga?ed".at the, poor craokpd
bell that  had   ruug  at ^tjie   nation's
birth, "andv then ,he " said:    "This;, old
bell'is the'greatest reljc .this-republic
has   tcdiiy/- Jnstqad . of   being   here
coyere/1-wfth, tips accumiilaled" dirt' it
should,ocoupy the..,pjae"e--' of honor   m
this hall .of independence.    It   is  to
you what  the " Magna   Charta   is ' to
England.    It is cracked, but it is  an
inspiration.    Believe  me, my friends,
it effecta ma .TnOrq tl^an anything"'"-!'
haye^be.enshu-yn',-; -'And than' tiie. bell
was resurrected and given a place of
ho^or/^nd.tpday'it'itf'the,' liberty, bell
of America and Ameripa's greatest"" Velio., ..And.iv was -fro who has'-jus't been
named Edward VII. "that" mads  it  op.
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CRANBROOK,
B. G.
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Froia-Jfottingliam University Oollego of Music.
, teacher and Tunbr of Pians: ■   -
Orde'rs left at Tost Office:, Moyfe. B.O.
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XONDON AND LANCASHIRE.
PHCF^NIX OF NEW YORK!
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For your outfit.   The largest stock in
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"Tuesday to,Saturday, feb. X2rl6, Ifloi.
Tf'I? VKOQliAM INCLUDES
East Kootenay.
REID & CO.,
Cranbrook, B. 0
Eight .purling' Contests
Under the ausproes ,6f M1ie Kootenay
Curling Association. /
-Hockey Tournament.
Em* Senior^Junior and Ladies champ-
kinships of British Columbia.
COASTING   CONTESTS.       "*
Labor Journal r""pon't't?-p, % jficlfer
in youx- union. Thihk'up iddmeihlpg-
3uew that will be a benefit*'tp plje pause','
'then talk it'eyei- with other members)
'get it do-^n so thpre'wiil'be no rough
edgea on 'jt apd pijsh it' alppg." 'Try
'arid-do 'Gomething'"to .advance 'the
/Union, "for a kicker poo'n weara b^nVself
'out. " "'  ""     ' ■'
AtaeoBment wofk Oootracta Ofhkan.
rartie8 wishing tq }iaye aasessinept
work dqnp on pjaims in the vicinity of
Moyie, will cjo well to'consult pi p/fi^e
thf*' qn^e-faignecj- toy '.terma."' ^ork
lpft'jn fny c»?eyt\\\, bp'pt'Ofpptly' »t-
tsnded'^p" -and enlb/action will be
guttf&nteaii  *'    ■*■"■• 'ff.'A.'S0b1?X.
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tz J   ,   < -?nr\ '-*'.*----u.-t--:-r——,. ^^
"We w^re heed like princea by the
Cranbrdpk'JbbyDi,.' wao the 'unanimous
e'xpreaeioh of the Moyie Hockey team
when they returned home lapt oaiurr
day.' Muyie should see that tbe Cran-
'brook boys'are "justified in' making the
,same   otatement   when   they    returp
'home after the game on the i4th.
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'    !SO THE DEAF,
A rich lady curiid bf"7h'er Deafness
apd noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's'Artificial Ear Drums/gave $10,-
r»00 to his Institute, eo that de:a/
people unable' "tp" procure /the Ear
Drums may have theni free." Address
No, H522 The Nicholson Institute,
780,   Eighth    Avenue,    New ' York,
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G. R HIGGttJS. ~
Physicjan § nd Unrgegn
"'OFFICE—FARRELL' BLOCK.'
MOYJ^,  ■ ' British Cfoiumbia,
City  "
CENTRAL HOTEL.  ,,
WESIiKf CLitNE, Prop.
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F,e Beg to
Anpounj?
Saowshoe'Racep.
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For Prpyiticial chumpioiisbipa and for
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Putter and Dog Races,
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OARNiyAL MASQ^ERADJE.
$3,000   Io Trophies and Prize§   gm
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The getting rid  uf  the Chinese  in
Moyie is one"of ihe  neatest  pieces' of
work of„the kind ever accomplished in
any town.   One month ago there were
'All of 3Q Chinese in town.   Today there
is not one. There was no violence used,
nor was there any infraction of the law.
,The people took it up   as   a   Btraigut
bueinp.88 proposition,  stayed together,
and carried it out successfully,
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The Ccmnion^r, \V. J. Bryan's new
paper, has already made ' its appear
ance. It appears to be somewhat disappointing, and it iu doubtful if Mr.
jBryan will add to hia popularity in his
' latest venturer I3ryan baa woo fern."
^is an orator and an e"f pounder of wi^r
, Jom, but when it pomee to publish a
newspaper on newspaper principles he
is likely to lose his hold ou the people.
•NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbat I, Cbas. Farrell,
mrner, Iilteiid 60 tlaj-H after djita to ft'pplj-" to the
chief com'miVslque'r of lauds and " workfc ' for a
"special liceniie under laud act to cut aud cairy
away timber on the followiiig described lauds
fiftuat.ed In the" vlciuity of'the upper' Moyie
lake towit: Southwest 'c'prrier post' *Bitu*ate'd
about ofie half mile northea'st of JVXoj;ie river
falls; theuce'uorth 80 chains, thence east^80
chaiiis, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to' pl'ace of 'commencement.
'   '         ' Cbas. Farrell.
Moyie, B. C. "Qec. 22th 1900.       ' 3-371
UNION BARBER 3HDP
,  M.    AND BATH BOOMS.
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It is piairp.9d that the government
pays $Q49 for an army overcoat.
Ninety-five cents of this, it is asserted,
goes to the man wbp ipak'es the c_pat,
and the balance 13 pocketed by t^e
contractors, subn-rBontractore and others
who have influence at Washington,
/.marine the magnificent scale on
which the man who makes the over
toat Uvea!    Ninety fiye cents per qoat 1
Edward VII. is sovereign over a continent.  100   peninsulas,   500 promo-
trirleir, J,000' lakre,  2,000  rivers,   and
10,000 iolandu,    He pun wave Ida hand
nnd 900,000 wa-rriorB  maiGh  to battle
to conquer or die.    He  can   bend   hit.
ht-sxd au J at the signal   1,000  ships of
war and 100,000 sailors perfjrm hia bid
ding on the   ocean.  , He   walks   upon
the earth and 520,000,000   human   be
ings feel the least pressure of bis  foot.
The Assyrian Empire was not so populous.    The Persian Empire was not to
'l-rwerful.    The Cartlmginian   Empire
was not ao much dreaded.    The Spanish Empire was not so "vildly diffused.
The Roman power was w<jak iu  comparison and Greece   was   as   a   small
village,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby giyep that I, D. Jamea Mo-
Donald, miner, intend sixty days after date to
apply to tbe chief commissioner of l$nd and
works for a special license under fand act to
cut aijd carry away timber on thn following
^described lands situated in the vicinity of the
upi>»r }!uyl0 lalro towit;. Soujh east corner
"post situated about "*< miles norj;h west of the
Moyie river falls; theuce west eight chains',
thence north 80 chains, tthence east 80 chains to
the place of cqinmencenfent.
D. James McDonald.
Moyie, B. C, Dec. 32th 1900 ' "   '3-37'.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I, Malcolm Grant,
pf Moyie, li. c„ contractor, intend 30 days
after date to apply to the chief commissioner of
lauds and works for a Bpecial license under
land acts to cut and earry'aiyay timber ou the
following Uescnber-1 lands, situate In the' vicinity.of Moyie aforesaid, towit: Tho south east
corner post of said laudts is situated about three
miles west of the lower end of upper Moyie
lake and south of Lamb creek, thence 480 chuiu
west, thouce 20 chains north, thence •iw chains
east, thence v!0 chains bouth to point of commencement; .containing i.000 acres or therely.
MALCOLM GRANT,
"Moyie, 2-Ub November, l«09. 3.32
PATRONIZE
By Sending Your Work To tho
CITY   LAUNDRY.
P. LUTNER, Prop.
QOOp "WORK. "PRICES  EJSASONABL-rc
That we have disposed of our
"   liquors tu' Mri E. J.  Peltier, for-
trferly of gidgetown, Ont., who
has a cpjnplete line of liqiiorfl
and  piKar* enrou'to from' the
6iit, ''Mi. 2&iil*f#ui< had yetr*
' pf expdtie-tfce ih thli'll'ne of bue-*"
rineM, and being connected .»ith
a very large ^'rm  ih   the east,
will be in position to  Berverthe
public at   a   moment's  notice
and in the best possible way.
Thanking our many friends
ancl patrdhE for past 'favbra/we
remim. Yours very truly.
Ft. Steele Mercantile
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Jtateip of a Single Fare for the round
' L        trip on all Railways    u'
For further partjculdfo 5t5e postern and programa 6r"address,
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THE   PROSPECTORS,   ^XCHANaE.
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J3' Gold, Silver leAd and Copp'er miru'swanied at the EXCHANGE
."H EB.EE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
%, lnvestore. ..,•■' ,  „
•^  '       Parties having mining property for Rale aro requested, to   send
n  "samples of their oro:to.the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
j] We desire to hear from prospectors v;lio have" promising  miu-
%   eral claims in B.ntish Columbia. "       ' .   • "'    '
<£    '  ' Prospectors and'mining men are. requested-to  make the   EX-
j-j  pHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson,
j]   *      'All samples should be'sent by express, PKEPAID.
*« Correspbhdehce solicitedv   Addrjeso all communic'atious .to
% ANDBEW fY~ROSEX\b£RGER,
""S   Telephone No. lQi. ,P. O. Box'700:     » " ^ELSON, B. C.
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IJot, pold and Vapor Baths.
Opposite  Cosmopolitan.    HofQi
557. I*. FOISY Prop.
Bread dftliyered
,  tp any part of the city.
PIES, CAKES ANB ETC,
Always on Hand.,
A. SLINN, Prop.
Clothing,  Gents'    Furnishings,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Qflove?, Etc,
EAST KOOTENAY BOTTUNG CO.
CRANBROOK, B   C. °
Areated Waters of all
Kinds.
MOVIE PAIRY.
Fresh pew milk deliyered tQ a}l
parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs, Adelaide Dill, Prop.
COME AND SEE US.
Victoria Ave.
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Ord-grs Solicited.
."ThB.P.rlnae and Liberty Bell,
And now thev are talking that
when the Prince of Wales nuno to
America in 1860, partly in :i joke ?.nri
r-tiMy io ixouy, ne wad invited to vioit
NOTICE,
, "Sot-ice is hereby giyep tljat I, Thomfxa liy-
laqd, r/iucher, Moyie, B, G,, iptepd thirty days
aiUir t\tf.Ui U) apply to tbe cfaio/ conj.ii-.ibBioui'r
of Jauds aiid works for 1*. spcdal JuciiOaii y'lijer
labilaptH tocut 0.14a coiiyuy tiwbi;r o» tho fol-
lo'w'iug ctvianhtio. Itlatla Kituaj.url iu ihe viciiiiiy
ef Moyie kforesanl^toVit^ Tho northeast corner p'oit of itiid' lundis jii eftijatud about one aua
Diie-hftlf roilus frbnj tlie wusl mde of upper
ifgyie Jnfie at tije tapper eud thereof; thence
M*i}th 1^0 cliaius, tbeuce vyurjt so chains,
thence north UO ebaiuis, theuce esj>t §0 chains,
to place of commencement, containing 1,000
acres or therly,
THOMAS HYLAXD,
Moyio, 2-lth Novomber, 1900. 3.32,
Soda Water and hyphens,
NOTICE,
Notice !•> hereby given that I, Anthony O'Kelly,
of Moyie. B. C, iuteuds thirty days after 'ditb to
apply to tbe chief oonimifasiouHr of lands aud
worku for a Hpecial liceiibe under land acts to
to cut aud carry away timber ou the lollowing
described lands situated, in the_ vicinity of
Moyie aforesaid, towit: liie northeast coruer
post of said lauds is situated uear the upper end
of upper Mo3-ie lake fronting said lake on the
west nide thereof; thence is'outh 240 chains,
tbenso west 40 chains, thrn'fj-north 2-10 chains,
thence east -40 chains to place of commencii
ment containing: 1,000 ar.res or thereby.
ANTHONY 0'K.ELLY.
Moyie, 24th Nov, 1900. 3-83.
FOE T3E CHOICEST BEANOS OF
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Cabinet Cigar Store
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HOTEL
T. V. DOWNEY, Proprietor,
Miners  headquarters.     Qood   &ocoinri*iodatioq8 for  travelers.
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f^B-flWd ^i^Ptt'i,:  m$&  ���-.yilMS-r-"-,'  "���*M**H>"'.  tlliTHE MQYffi LEADER:  MOYIE,    B.   C.  fJ-||l5TAPPING THE SUN'S POWER.  K-r^^^+PirocCRa by .Which   01t��  Sol's  Energy-  MEN  OF MARK.  lYYli^&  '"'A'h'i  immm.  r   Can  Be^Vtlllr.ftil  For Power..   j��he , problem' .oi' .-.ty-pplng the.-giant'  "fl^Btrengtb of the sun. of controlling some  portion of the po\\;er and heat,.60 freely  ii&vviwBvntety*11* t0 man- i*aV been passed from  [pil^$,ft% ancients to'the moderns throiigh'*  b^^^^kthe hands of-the greatest men of learn-  '^"r|ffl^B^?n^ -of Jil1 t]'rnes "'jthout any adequate  vm&si&anUr "  '       figffiJwp'Boliitioii until "the dawn of  f^J&li��>th;ceiifcirry.-. .The, Grecian  trf--W<i"r  f the'twehtl  Archimedes,  tbe,  set  ing down thu centuries.   Erics-  jg'Son; tin* American, and Mouchout. the  -Frenchman,   wort*  aruong^the  last to".  x the solution, and both succeeded.  jj^igMMpXnaking the sun operate small mo-  ^#i^^?tors.    Nothing moiv1 was done until Dr.  illiam Calver of Washington in vent-  Jed   the   pan-helioineter  aifd   can   now  greater degree of heat tbari  BW���-  - ^ operated before.  J^t||||��f'The.fiercest degree dr" beat that any  g-{|^^^^^iic>;;has hitherto lieeu able to make ia  y^^M^ho G.000 degrees that has been  regis-  -������^I^^Jterecl in the electric arc. _ Dr. Calver ia  ^������^^^ble to genera'te 2-1.000 degrees of heat.  "** '"'"ipf this he is able to control 10,000 deforces with absolute safety, while he Is  ^-;g!$|r:ar. present at -work-constructing an-ap-  ,?l^"^|gparatiis which will easily give him the  p;--��^i^Smastery over the full amount of heat  itthat fie generates,  -3VJ.tb Ills invention, which briefly  .consists of an arrangement of mirrors  rto reflect the sun's rays'"upon a focussing spot. Dr. Calver cpn'd.burn dawn" a  frocky mountain and reduce it to a level  iplane without lis'* much as lighting a  firiatch. .Itussian Iron, of'the kind .so  ^,T|pnburnable that it extinguishes the fire  Y^WMtln   the   fiercest   furnaces   melts   under  fo^^feEhe heat at his control'nsr a-'was',rn^tcli  r^M&m&f* belted by the flame. 'Tough 'silver  "coins or stout glass tumblers.- become  ���     ^..In a moment running fkiuid'hi the heat  ]i^J^Mjt<0t the focused rays, while .with bis ap,-,.  '-%"*&*^phratiis he will perforate a soaking wel  vrt-^i$|^pTffnk~of wood wiffi n" dozen holes "hi. as"  A "Y$^v?mahy seconds.���Pearson's Magazine.  ,-3v��J &?fi%��M,#  'The Dispenser!  ':t 1 tar.-nr/V'l  {���-s.if.Afm,  ^,i^. lyplWe have no barmaids in thlsicountry,  ^^||Bt women, in general "must be interest-  jliflrgSieii 'to learn that''-bartender  Is_no lon:  ir-Run<A����ffist*{6��ff'. <��������<--  i"*"!'*..   ..........  v.v-w , dispenser.-,  k|*|^^p|ilnvlfutions sent out to tbe house wiu'm-  0^&^Ming of a" new cafe last  week, bore in  P|f|5|^lRrge type a  name  with  "proprietor"  rj^^^Sn'deriH'atli and In smaller'type'three  0-^^^ih'or 'names   followed. by 'the   word  vMiMmfger. the  proper'-term, but  VSS^��<Iispensers.:  i'i    * -���f5*< J-rf**' ti'T.-c  i|ftil$o!,?:is not  ��� Philologically the: new  so good, because not so  fi^^^truthrul as of old. Ethically it sounds  ^���J^plJbtter. "Dispenser'.* has .qui.te the air  ^tl^Sfof a rise in the; soclahscale-^nlmost of  '^iS^^iaking a bid for respectability. It de-  ;%\VrJ$f$fServos high rank in that list of like  '^^il^tltles. Including, among others, "dem-  tors.V as tlie^agcnts" d'fv various  rmseail  themselves at  food  shows.;  W. L." Rbseboom, the '"broom corn  king," lia$ in tbe past two-years made  .f'.'.OOO.'OGO out_6f that'hitheno unknowii  cornmodi.y.  Elias Harlz,��� the" goose"-bottp 'weather  prophet of -Berks,county, Pa./s��ys that  lhe winter will be late in "c6injng, but  that it will be uuusually-seyere. '..  The sons -of the late- Arthur -Sewall,  who "was thc Democratic candidate foi  vice'president four years ago, have endowed a free bed iu the hospital at Bath,  ilc.,.in memory of their father.,  . Oom PauL. Kruger, according, to the  ���preju<Hced''Froifchr'papei's'; is not by any  .���neans so homely as he has been describ  I'd. One "reporter writes that his face,  -"���'ihongh rough,'is thai of-arhero."  .The  late   Bernard   Miller,. wfcb  was a  'd'efk' In  the  Chicago 'custom  house  foj-  'J.*)i.,years,_ was> a-,brothei'-in-lav.' of Carl  Kciiur-*~and was apiiointcrl about the time  ���ihe latter was secretary,of fhe interior.  The late Professor Max Mailer desired  .ill'his youth to-betome a musician; but,  illhough he had ,;grent, talent iu thai  iirection, he finally gave up the idea be-  viiuse deafness> "wan hereditary in Lj&-  I'.-imily. . .'_..  Senators Chandler*of New Hampshire  Mid Spooner of Wisconsin have the repu-  'aliou of being about the best two ilebat-  .���is in tlie senate... Mr. Chandler is more  -iutiric and quick, but Mr. Spooner is  ���nore ready wiljriinpronipiu argument.  II. Melville Ilanna, a brother 'nf Senator Ilaniia, has given to, Lakeside hospital of Chicago 1.000 shares of Northern  Pacific* rpn.fei-red "-slock, the aggregate  ���W vnltfe of" wiiich is .<'.100,000. , ,Tlie  in-r.*.**-eiit market value of the,sto.-k is .$S2  i share.  Ex-Cuugressmaii r-Jerry   Simpson   has-  ��� old  his ranch  in  P.ai;ber county,   "tCan.,  and will buy one in the far west.-  }'*ir-  Iji'i-  county   was   becoming   too   crowiied  (or him.    Next year he will travel for a<  Kansas pity commission house-in which.  !;e-Ls iiit'oreqljed.      ', 1%~J /'.     ��  Dr!  O'l'iarleti  F.  H.   Wilgohs of Akron,  .(*)., has jnst celebrated his niiiety-sevontji.  birthday. , The  venerable physician   sti'J  jitlt^iKl.Silorlii** pntion's.' even visiting them  "at niglit "w'ipn caller] ii]jon to do so.    Tie  .n-as born,near Kiel. (Jermnny, and came  '.b'tliis counfry in lS.'i5.    '  1   Hear Admiral Schley has consented to  'go to Louisville,,lie.M  summer to'attend  the   twenty-i'/gHiIi   biennial   concIa"e   of  ^Kuighfs, Templars,   but   has   declined   to  ride a horse as one of the mounted staff.  ,s.>yij-ujjtb��t--hj3jdid.not._bt'Iieye it would be  possfble' for' him" "to :keep "thp- snddle"'-bn  hoard one for ten minutes even if the animal was as gentle as a camel."  John-D. Rockefeller^, wjio^has been  making- extensive; improvements in his  home at Pocautico. IIills, N. �����., pra'c-  ically owns the'enfire village. lie has  bought land in ever"*- direction until now  .ie. ,ean say, with Alexander Selkirk, "'1  im monarch of all" I survey." The es-  ate'has cost ud immense fortune, and  Mr. Rockefeller' is spending large sums  n its improvement. .  A Mail and Empire Repre-  sentafi.ve' Investigates.  THE PARTICULARS, IN FULL.  .Con��ecori  JIus   a   Sensation,   tlio   "Cike  of  >/     tVliieh-.iL -���Han'jJot Kxuerjenced   iTor  *. '    Years���I>uvi<I   ltowe   Gives u   Written  fctatemem oVtlio i'txtsi-, ist .lie. Case.  From the Mail and Empire,  Consecoii, Ja,n. 21.���For some time  this village and neighborhood has  been ringing with' the story * of  David ltowe. :.ilr,. Itowe js a farmer,  who has lived "oil a farm' three miles  from here all his ' lifetime, unci is  known to every man,' woman and  child for miles dround. Some thiic-  agq hia- friends- noticed a." grartrj^iiiiug-G.  in his physical appearance, and no  little comment -'-was md-tlc as to the  rapidity '.villi -which he was tailing"  in health. From a strong, vigtiro��.s  man be had Locome a bent and crippled in\alid. licccntly.^ .howevei't.-he  has appeared to bin friends sturdy  ancl straight,* strong and well,, and  with ail his old-i ime vigor and  health. Knowing that such **. case  would, be rjd gretct -pubTic" i',Jinterest,  your correap'biidenL visited 'Mr. Howe  .to, get tho facts. Wlr. Jtowe is' a  modest mar. of few words,1 frank,  'straightforward, and .truthful. After  having -introduced myself, he said;���  , "You need not apologise' for visiting ule, to inu'uire into this matter.  I do not consider it| an 'mV.ifsior' atrt"  all. I have little to say buyo'nd tlie  fact that as everybody around h'er-e  Inipws,,.. I,. wus   bent     nearly, Rouble  THE  INAUGURATION.  pams riu''1; iny  If a young- man is in doubt as to  tbe propriety of kissing" a pretty gi��l  he should give-her the benefit of the  doubt."  ARAOKINQCOUQH  Ne*��v  Form  of PlionoKr-ni't*. ���*  Among the ex'lilhits" at th'^'Pa'rls^cx-  |--*t^W^P��s!1io11 wns a Pbonograpb invented by  t'l'^^pValdemar Poulseu. a Danish engineer.  ^*^^rwhich uses a wire wound instead of ir  ""'fi- wa_x covered_.cyUiider.v/fhe wire Is of  steel and over'It In "pkic*e"of'the usual  small   electromagnet  'V,  i-,*-j"|5$  T0M. stylus   passes-;a     . ���      .  ��*%  connected-wjtlia UMi>phpu��-.U-|riisinittcc.  *"'M��  "i    :��.*?#  \mm  m  as  ftffffi  ���*' JNvy  A?  *S    llif-f  rS .ftlii  J**  and battery. The sound waves cause a  variation in the inteusity of the electromagnet, and the magnet, acting upon  the-wire" passing .beneath, Jt.- leaves a  permanent'Impression-upon the latter  Upon reversing tbe action the wire reacts ou the magnet. and.coi;rospdnding  sounds "ar? trausmit'tVd" by"* the> telephone. In orleV.to obliterate the mag  uetie-t-raoe onjthe cj^*Kde-r.,J1 is only  necessary to revolve fpundSr^thq'magnet while this is subjected to a continu  ous current.  AFFLICTED THE SUFFERER FOR  1        ~  'TWENTY YEARS.        /'    '  ;    ���* ;���* -. j .* :i    ��� i  !.' .."   . " -.'   'i   .'A       ~  Often Sat Up In "Bed Couching' tbo Wliole  I   ":5.-i&irt: XToirg-noctofs IJlttiiiately Told  Him tlie Trouble Wits "DeVelopnij-r Tu"*  to  Coitsumptiou���How Itolief Was Ob-  1    tiilne.l.  ���a*  /"The' Yellow 1'crU.  ' "Th'e reaY-"yeIIbw"p'oiMl" will ,bo"prcs-^  ent when the Cbiuese .are- awajec-ued  to the full knowledge of tbe resources  of their empire-and have their atten  tion strCugly directed to manufacture  What   the   civilized   world    has  f*,*.,^  most to fear is the arousiiig'-ot'"- Cbiua  -'���^���tsj.'.  fioiii   her   present1 lethargic  condition.  4-5'���>%;' to   a   realization    of    the   possibilities  i'- v'- vitbln her.reach.    The Cbiuese are in-  > "^Jh dustrf0lls aiul thrifty." Tb'ey are' willing.  v \ to work and to work for small wages  *-t\-\ They  can  easily   be  taught  to  do  al  *" (Ji* . *  <r".  1 <v>  , '   *\  A i"V  Y*j       .  1 Y- '  Jt * *  T   \��X  ca n  most anything. They quickly become  expert operatives iii cotton factories,  and,.,!! would not.be dillicult to teach  them to be' slciJlful 'workmen In all  kinds of manufacturing.���Savannah  "News.  A   BIk- Tn nnd .'project.  M. Berller. a French engineer, has  for some years past been engaged on  a gigantic project for a railway tunnel from the south of Spain,-to the  African coast, a distance "of about ti.'i'/j  mile-s... The French foreign otlice have  tip to the present declined to seriously  consider M.. -Berber's scheme, .and ho  Js now on his way to Fez with a view  to securing tbe co-operation of the sul  tan of Morocco. M. Herlier consider*'  tbat the .'construction of this, tunnel  would 'lend to great commercial de.  velopments in-Morocco.  Wr'*'  Lennilng Dutch to Plenjie n Qnci'n.  There Is one man In the world who is  leaniing Dutch, just now with all bis  ^ 'migl't, f6r heVyis wooedvand won a  queen wtiose nati\re "tongue'it'is. Nobody would learn Dutch for the jaien*  pake of learning it. and it is^^ not,'��� surprising tbat Duke Henry does not  know it. But. says The King, anybody  would lehrn it to sit beside a queen on  ber tbroiio. and it Is not surprising tbat  Duke Henry Is learning It as fast as  Le ean.���London;Express.        j  From''the' Tim(js,-'Pi6ton; 'Cnit.  Nothing racks  the body more than  a.  severe* cough.  tIf, it; ia*..alloed    to  run for any'length' of time,  it is very  hard to get rid of, and often leads to  that most, dreaded of all    diseases���  consumption.   Such    a   sufferer   . wa.s  Mr.   Thomas  Jinks,    of   Prince ' Edward   couiil3'.    Mr.   Jinks  relates  the.  following facts to a Picton Times re-  lporter.���''1 am sixty-seven   years 'of  age, Uridjjfof ."SlicfVJas.t twept^: years-"I  have had  a bad cough, I wits'troubled   with   catarrh,-r-which    slanted   in  my; head}'   but -J.ai.er .spread   to    my  'stomach,   leaving ine  dyspeptic.   -For  two years 1 way troubled with pains  in the stomach,* and was not able to  raise my arms above my head without, experiencing  severe pains    about  'iny' Short   ribs  arid' 'stomach. "' "TlTim  "my kidneys began to trouble me and  at   times   I   could   not   get   out   of  a  chair   without help.,    My limbs' aud  feet we're2 often so swollen that I: was  unable to lace my boots, but as soon  as the swelling went down I was but  a mere    shadow.   ' My    wrist**    and  arms  were  so shrunken  (hat 1 could  span     them    with    ease.   My    cough  racked my  whole body.      I have sat  up  in  bed   and       coughed  the  whole  night   long.    1   tried   several   doctors  without    success.    They    finally told  me I was in  the fir*".t stages  of   consumption.    In   the  spring  of   1899,   a  little   pamphlet   was   thrown   in     thc  hall door,   tcUing about Vr. Williams'  Pink  P-Uls, Aiiiul'   I decided     to    try  them.  Before finishing  the second box  I  noted   a   change    and     after   using  theni for a couple of months,  r  was  completely   cured   nn.d, ,Uio cough  had  loft me.   At present mS' health is. ns  good   as  I   can   wish   for,   and  1  can  truly  say  through all my suffering, I  never  got  any  permanent relief  until  I toolv Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills."  Mr. Jinks added tbat it was not in  his own case alone that Dr. Williams'  Pink' Pills had- proved of advantage  in his family. His daughter. Miss  Mildred, was in very poor health,  and scarcely able to go around. In  fact, her.: friends feared her trouble  'was. developing;v.,ii)io di-ppsy;( Sho  used five boxes' of/' the pills' and is  mbw"'enjoying the very best of^ health.  Dr. Williams"' Pink Pills, cui'e such  apparently hopeless cases as Mr.  Jinks', because they.make new, rich,  rod blood, nnd ,thus reach the root  otV;'lho-. troiiblft".* 'Tnose 'pills- afe'-'tho  only medicine offered the public that  pan .show a record of such marvellous*:  cures after .doctors had failed. If  you are at nil unwell, 'this medicine  will restore voir (.0 .health.', but be  sure you get 'tho'genuine with the full  name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for  Pale People," on tho wrapper around  each bo.v       <  with'"Kidney 'frouble,  shoulders, spine, and^smalT of ,my.  back. The suffering I 'endured was  something fearful. I could not" stand  up straight to'sii\*e"my life,-1 could  douno work. I. consulted iny physician and took his, prescribed medicines, but got no better. I read in  the newspapers how Dodd's. Kidney  Pills were curing people of Kidney  Disease'.' liamc Back and Klieuinalism.  I bought a b'dx from Mrs. German,  ���who keeps 'ihe grocery here. Before  it was all used I 'began t'o recover,  and after I had taken ten boxes .. I  was entirely cured, and now', as you  see, I am in perfect good health. This  is my story. You can print it if you  like,;,as T "'have nothing to hide, .and  it,.may .satisfy, a. good -many people  who ktv,"jv of my pioyipus condition  -to  know howl was,.,cured."  "Have *"> ou any objections to signing a written statement '!" enquired  the reporter.;   *''        '" �����- .''.- , ' , \  ."None whatever, "**'answered :Mr.  Howe,,"just you. go ahead and,write  down wha,t-T-say."     -'-..���  At  "MV.   Tlo-w-o'frj   <*''�����,iti i.-*.Ti    T  Oriiliar-  - ed   the, following    statement.,- "w-hich  pQ cheerfully signed :���,   __ (  "'T had" very severe" pain^'in'my"Back'  more _or_ less,   for   upwards   of  two  yea-rs.^ rlt  cpnnneuccd   in, my .shejuid-  ersiinci; e^tfJnded^own jny sp'ino.C'fin-  ally   concentrating  its* full   force-'- in  what  is   commonly, called   the, .small  of .the back,   or across  my     kidneys,  and  there the pain was almost' 'unendurable.    It made,.nie go bent over.  1" could not straighCcn up to save my  life.    When I .went to urinate it gave  me great, pain, and you can just; im-'  agihe a 'man.-.suffering' as"T dicl/'was'  -not able'to do m'ueh.   I consul ted' a  phj-sician,   and he prescribed  ior  mc,  but  to  no  berofit.   I noticed  in;^tho  papers how thr.t Dodd's"Kidiiey-'Pills",  were ' curing many    cases   of Kidney  Disease and Itheumatisin,   and  1    determined   to     givt,    them   a  trial.   I  purchased a  box     off   Mrs.   Gerpian,  who kept" groceries and patent medicines here. .1 did. iiot feel any benefit  at first, but befo're. I hacr'niYished the  first box I began to f-**el a change for  the better.   I took in all' ten   boxes,  and they have entirely cured me.     I  have no pain's in my back or across  my kidneys,  and  I nm a well   -man  todav through taking Dodd's Kidney-  Pills."     .  .  ... 7Signe'dy T5ATTD "ROWE  .   (Witness)  W. J'.*- -Ma'rsh.-    r"--'*    -"-   " 1  Those  who   may  read, this   article,  ancl do not know Mr.' Kowe,  cannot  fully appreciate the position he holds  in   this ..conimunity., ,l[e.. i.s  an  able  farmer,     well  and  favor.ablv  known,  and  as  an evidence  ot  his  character  for   truthfulness   and   honesty .1     append     the    statement  of    Mr'.    J..,I.  Hard,   the local justice ofthe   peace;  This is to certify lhatil am personally   ��� acquainted     with     Mr.     David  Howe, and'know 1. ,111*10 be-a-'man of  truth,  a man- of sterling honesty and  integrity, whose woid   could always  be relied  on,* and  a gen I U'man    well  and   favorably  known    in     Cnnsecon  and     vicinity,      and,    in     fact,     all  through   the  county,   and.any   statement lie might give" you'1  have     no  hesitation, in  saying   thai    you. need  not be afraid  fo  use, as a gentleman  of  Mr.   Kpwe's    standing     giving     a  ' wrilien' siatc'uont-j.woul.tl,be sure, .to  carry'weight with'-" it.    " [   '-  .1.  J.   WAftD,     .  Justice, of (lie Fence  111 and for tlio  Countv  of Prince Edward.  Tt  SJaj- lie ilntler an  Qrfanion  ot Cn-  1 jirecefl��*tJl��*(l   Dioylnj-.   -    -    '"  The pr*t-.pi<; of.Washington are in favor of making tbe inauguration next  March' aril occasion f>i~ -unprecedented  display., They, would celebrate-rthe  grandem*1 of the nation, the'���progress'  and prosper!ty-'.'-of- tlie-people-nn-d'-the  resulrs oi the census as well as the  election of a president". ��� No-'plans have  as ytc been' foDmed.- According to custom, .Mr. -Hauuai chairman of the national committee of the successful party, will designate some citizen of ap-  propriate-'character and distinction, to  take thelead in making arrangements.:  ��� Four years- ago Charles .1. Bell; a  banker, wa.<* the chairman and proved,  tb be the most eompe'tent webave-ever  had. There would be universal satisfaction.if Mrl JBell ,wej'e again intrusted  with' the inauguration arrangements,  although other gentlemen are more  anxious to assume the responsibility  than he, writes the Washington correspondent of the1 Cleveland Plain --Deal-'"  er. The'expense** qi; the Inauguration  are us'tial'lv-paid bv tho sale of'tick?ts  to a social function improperly called,  a "ball," foi- nobody was ever known  to dance In rCt'ciu years."    "'   '  ':  Ip olden times,-( when, Washingtqn,,  was a small town aiid the'difficiiltfes of  travoPprcvjcnted, a-large altendnnee at  inauguration ceremonies, it was'cus-'  ternary to give a t^mj'tiet- in/bonpr of"  the prcsidt'iit elect and a ball in honor  of bis wife. The outgoing president  would lead the cotillon with tbc'wifpof  bis successor, and the president elect  would follow with the. lady of 'the  .White-House." Time^nnd "multitudes  have changed this ceremony until now  the president is, only'expected tb n'alk  through t'lie'rooms accompanied by bis  wife and other gentlemen aruj .adjes of  distinction. ������������.������..   .   ' ' J"  For the last 20 years tbe assembly  has been held in the'brick paved court  of the pension officc."\yhieh/In many respects is well adapted t'or the purpose,  althouglrU: i^'sd'.smajl that those who.'  wish to'attend cannot be" comfortably"  accommodated. ' Four'years ago there  was such a crush that women fainted.  Others had 'their gowns half to'rn off."  them. . In  fact. *n-obpdy. familiar,vwith^,  inauguration." Uallswears a" ny thing but'  old garments.  '"       V   ��� ���' ���-  This year it Is proposed to erect a  special building for the ball or reception or whatever-it may be'c'alled large  enough to accommodate every person  who desires to attend. It-is also.pro-_  posed to have a military parade"uu-  ��� pree'edeuted'in'numbers and in gor-  e'tHTSu'ess.'  -*    --  GEYL0  There is nothing artificial, about these Teas. The purity  is unquestioned^ the flavor-is'delicious, the bouquet is a revelation. If you have never tasted British grown teas a treat  awaits you. -   Japan tea  drinkers try .Ceylon Tea.  -..���- The \eW_Frenfch-CfeIdt Gin; J  : -  As for the new French fieldpiece, everybody knows that its superiority lies"  in the fact tbat the breech contains a  brake which completely���indeed, mathematically���nullifies the "effects' of* the  recoil. " Tliere 'are not more than ten  people-In-'France, including 'officers and  cliiefsj of-go.vornment -workshops,, -who  know in all 'dejails the secrets of tbe  bydropneninatic brake.'- The" pleces-p'f-  which it is composedare manufactured  separately. : When they ai'e'iadjtiefedr  there remainsstill another-thing to be  done wbicb-cannot-be accomplished by  means of a plan or any kind of document,--" be'qyuse".*the feat requires -ai sa-  voir. faire~"br,' ratlief, a tour "de main  which can only be acquired "by experience. As soon as it is "accomplished  the brake is closed up'iii h steel case.��� '  Statement of Staff Oflicer in Echo de >  Paris.  .    HEROIC  TREATMENT.  rt Maddened the' Sufferer, hnt It I3f-  ...    . feeted .a. Care. ,t   ,  A., Binghamlon man began to hiccough  Jast Saturday. He hiccoughed all day  and all night,and -was h'ard'at it-'Sunday  morning. _ Every remedy that his .alarmed friends gave him seemed to acceleratr-  }he liic&. People sent in fronJ all over  ���lawn and lecoininended sure cures, and  he steadily grew wor.-e.      " ,  Then a wise neighbor had a'brlght idea.  I-Ie- thought it, al! oi;[ by himself.' He  went over-to the'lijocoB-gher's home and  H-.is ttshererl into the room where tlie af-  tlictcd one was fast hiccoughing his life'  away.   .        '    ' ' _'  '"Helio,"-' said the .neighbor in a light  ��md cheerful tone." "How's the old soa'fc'  this morning?'' ��� - , -.-    '  The sufferer rolled his eyes at th/?  'leighbor in pained surprise.  "IJon't %i\-e lv.Q-ftv.y of your crocodile  glances," snorted the.-friend..   "If-yoa'd-  ��� 'iu.it drinking  whirn  I  t,Jid  you  to,r vou  'Wouldn't by in this shameful condition!"  i ' '"W'li-liitr-at's    th-hic-atV"-   gasped   .the  '.sick man.   ,      . ... '  "Oh, 'doVt'coine'iiny 'of y'oilr "iniiocen!  'business'on me," Cried th'e- neighbor*    "1-  iknow yaw, yon oid sponge.'- -     -'- -  ]   The liiecougher's face turned red." .  ;    "What���hit��� did���you-��� hie���call��� mc* ?'-'"-"  'he stuttered. ' - ,< _      ^>  ' ''Called, you .&..sponge, youf Iobste,r!"  *l/oilowocrrbe'i.ei<,'liljor. "You're a pretty,  ^object lesson for your unfortunate children, ain't you, you gulping old hypo-  "ciiteV"  "Cot  out  ot ��� my���hie���house!"  roared  tlie i-jok man.    J- .      -'���--���   :. . - ;    1. ���  "Co   to   blaspsi" ...veiled   the  neighboj..  "I'm going to slay right here and see the  last  of .vou.    The'-people  on the street'  ���Hint me over. , 'Wait until the old wolf's  KC.i(.',r they said, V.Yid  then  wave a' flag  orrf 'of- tin*'window.'    -They're "-going to*"'  have ii jollification simper and fireworks  1'iuigh.t. and don.'t you dare'to disappoint  "em-!"- ���-.----;..��� '. '��� .,.-:.;.:  ,   This was too much for the hiccoughcr.  He  said  scvtrnl   veiy. .bad ,words as  he  made a da'-h at  the neighbor, and  they  raced - around   tiiw   .room,  a,   half Idoz-en  tiuii'."*-.  the  hiccnui:!!!'!' getting niadder.'at,  c*ierv jump, and '.!i":i lUr1 neighbor dart  i'cT'tTiiVjiiiglr the iImI-.'- and escaped'.'"   "'  1  The sick m-ili'lini",' a Ilowoipot nt hlm-  jis he raced iln'wii the yard, auu  then lie  suddenly rcaliSted thaf hi.> hicconghs had.  sone. . '���,"���,.., /    ��� -     - ��� >'   1' -  Por^tliat  \vjis a, part  of. the iieighbor'**  tin ory."you see." '. fie believed  that if he  could get tin" ilyi'i'.* man real excited and  an-riy the ail'ictinii vunld li>.*ivi�� him.'and"  hi* proved he wa*. rigid.  The Snt'i'ncf V/ood'Tree.*        -"  .  The remarkable sneeze"wood tree Is.fl  native of Natal and other parts of  S-'outh Africa. It's funny name was  given to it because one-cannot saw it  without sneezing violently.  , The dust of its'wood has just tbe  same effect as tbe strongest snuff and  is so irritating to "the nose tbat workmen are obliged to sneeze even when  they are planting it.  If a piece of tbe wood of this tree Is  put In tbe mouth, it is found to have a  very bitter taste, and no doubt It-Is this  bitterness which prevents insects ofi  any kind from attacking tbe timber of  the "sneeze wood" tree. ''  v Tbe fact tbat Insects.find It so disa-'  greeable makes Its,wood very valuable  for work tbat is required'.to-last'a'Iong  time.   ' .'--������-  (,!.' Instruments, Druiijfr. TJuIfojitn**, J.".U*.. .  ;EYERY TOWN  CAN HAVE A,BAND.  ��� IJowi��.-it i>rl&rt6 evor, quoted, fine 'catalogue  \t0 ��� illustrations mailed tree. Write n>) for wiy-  =thivS:;rfTr~"~.t.io or M ustr. nl Instruments.  Toronto, Ont., and  .1 Winnipeg, Man.  -   ���l  r      I    4     I t.  Whaley Koyce & Co.,  . , r,\**   r.  .t.*  r^t.j�� ,  -���   JBaper Fnrnltnre, v .., , ,.  For some time furniture made of pa:  pei:"o'n account of' its cheapness.! has  been very popular in-English .houses  where there was, a desire to be Inipos-.  ing.   but, where" good .solid -furniture ,  \A-ouId bo too costly. ' Now"decorators [  of bo-uses,- even  of those of w.ealtby  pe,op,le. employ compressed paper large-  lv, "especially- for* paneling ..work* for.  halls, corridors, etc. .Very fine baluster,  rails are also made in imitation of ma-,  bogany.    The  houses of many arl'ists'  aro furnished, throughout with papier,  macbo^witb "metal,, iipl-av.- jEv.en {lower  pots  aud   vases   which   are  generally,  taken for majolica ware and porcelain  are composed of paper'as""well as tha'  costly antique weapons with which tbe  walls a.i'e bung.,. ......    ,   _ ,  Nft CrtHe.  ��� Man (to law^-eri-Tve been badly bitten by a dog. -Can-1 got daniages from-  Its masYcr:  ' '    "     '     ' -    '"-"    ..   -���; ������  Lawyer���Did you do anything to-Irri-  late.tbe'dogV ":    -   /.."    ��� '   " ��� , ��� "���  -  Man���No.:-"     *     "  'V   '���"    "---.-���  Lawyer���Were' ybu "b'ri   its'*owner's  premises'?1 '*'  ' '  "     "      '   '"-*���- '���'��� '  ���'.  Man-Lr���yes. ,    ' . '.    ' ." .  Lawyer���In   what1 capacity?     As' a  friet.J or��� -- ' '���,"'*  Man���Of course'this'is strictly confidential.  Lawyer���Certainly.  Man���Well. I was frying to break into bis'bouse.��� Pick-Me-'Lp. '   '     ���'���   "  ENTS. WANTED. J^gjj  quick 'wherever 'shown in hptels^stores  and houses. Cneapes'trbrightest' ii'nd  safest'Tight known to tlie world to- -  day. Big money, for agent?,.. Send for ,  sample and get your territory at  once. The -In*Candas"ccnt Gas" IJiitop  Co.,  191 Thistle"^streot.-:Winiiipeg.  WHEELER & WILSON. fev^S  MAGHINfi with Rotary iMotloa.and Pall Bear-  ings. mnkii'gr it i'uri.% oasier &nd.t}4i fMter. J.'  IS. BBYNAis, General Agent, l!il Thistle street,  WinnifK-g.      -  ��� >    '   v     ���    .     -     .   '  '^^^^^^^^l  Maimfactured' by. TITOS. *LEE, "Vriniilpefsr.  '���'-/ *'A -NEW   &REAM   SEPARATOR.'.     "'  1 -I am intioducing one this year of very su--'  perior merit, and if you buy without writing  for my descriptive* Catalogue, you will .be  doing, yourself a great injustice.        . -  :  Shipments of IKrceh Butter wanted.' ,  ���Wm. Scott,-.  iJOCoPncilic Avenue,  'WUiNU'JSG.  NO.'PRO'H I BIT! ON  , to send your orders large or small to ��� *  PAUL SALA'^-Wines, Liquors  Winnipeg, Man., old Main Street.  i?ure Native Port for Invalids, Jr.35 pei eal., $3 So  doz. bottles.  -Best Whiskey, $2.7-;. $3/$3 50 per-fjal., J6.J7.-J5. $9  doz. bottles. -,-  Enqli��h,   rncNOH and Gcrman Sraitcn. ���  Catholic Prayer g^tSTSS:  alaru, Religions Piulures. Statuarv, and Chnroh  Ornaments, Educational Works.   " ail orders re  ceive prompt attention. *fl, & J, SaUier k CO. .Monllfial  Life's current coin is made of plain  common sense. .     ���       ��� -     .-..--  A New Deimrtarc .In^ Letter "Heads. .  The Boot ami* Slide Recorder fre-  Qiiently finds-curious specimens of  business cards aud, letter heads, but  one which was sent.to us by the.Wolfe  Hios.' Shoe company recently seems to  bo worthy of more than n passing notice/ The letter rends:   , "?"''        i  * :\J \- ~      .,. ...*      *.   '.;��� t;     ... ��� 1 ���.  U'ood Rainwater, Niciir niiNWATER,  IIqss. Jpiv. "     Giickcn and F.izg Getter.  MomiiiTov, Aik., Nov. 23.  '  T.'.e "iVolfe Slioe Compnnv, Columbus, 0.:  .Dear Sir���Inclosed   plr&se find  check for $1,1G0  ���ji'ijaytncnt oOn-voifcc ftf 10-17. _ _,  "I'leXse^place-Mpir* to' im- credit, (ickiio\v]edgi3ire-  ceipt'anil oblige, yours truly,  Wooo Rain-watfr. ��� ^  ���Boot and Shoe Recorder. -.  ���     ,   How's-This?. ���   .;"  * We r-ffer- On* Hund ed Dollars Reward for  any case of Catirrh that cannot be-cuied by  Hall's Catarrh Cuic  -     F  ���). CI I EXE V & CO., Props , Toledo, O.  We,   tho  undersigned,  have   knowTi .'If.  J.'  Cheney for the l.i*.i 13 yenr*. and. believe- him  erfecily honorable in afi business transactions,  and fin nclnllv able" o carry out any obligafion  made by their tirm. ���     *.....  \Vk8x&Trhax, Wholesale DriiFrjists.Tolodo.O.  WAr-iii-v-b, -"KfN-yAN ~a   JUakvi.v,   "Wliolesale  Druggists, Toledo-,'0. -'    ���   '   - - -     ���'-���  HalFs Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon tlie blood and mucins surfaces of fhe ays-em. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold  by all druggies.   Testimonials free*    '    -  3 Hall'a Family Pills are the beat.  1 A "pessimist *is  a man  who   prefers  aj-tifioial light to genuine sunshine"  : The man who knows nothing and  wants nothing- ought to be ���comparatively happy. ,    ,  LA' "TOSC-ANA," bklianot cigar  FACTORY, Montraa!  T.win  in-arms.  babies  are   (rue   companion**--  Soine fools put on more airs than a.  wise man could grind out of a barrel  organ.  ^&&tt^^����$9&&3r&$9S&S��$^  BANKERS AND    ;  ^   BROKERS.'".v;  ' ' . '  ����������    "  Stocks and bonds bought, sold and  carried   oh  margin.    Listed  <fi mining stocks carried  Coffee tn Africa.  The coffee growing industry in tropical Africa, is. increasing. The seed  was introduced into, that.cotiqtry about  live years ago by some English missionaries with the object of ascertaining whether the resources of Africa  were favorable to the culture of the  bean. Tbe ground appears to be peculiarly adapted to the industry, as "100  ions 1 .of*, coffee? ffere ;oxpoi'te,d.i fi.om,  Uganda alone last year. The result of/,  this '.year's , production w-ill be!,even  greater.  "Many a would-be ."act or  have made the mistake of  bebig born  seems  his hfo  lo  by  Do.Not Trifle  with  danger���and   remember  every 'coug  "dancrer.  MILE'  and so would many a.-young  lady, rather than take a bath  without the "Albert"  illi  it >n  ill-,  It leaves lho t-kin" wonderfully soft  and fre*li.niid its laint frugrnuco is extremely pleasing.  Jiowsire of Imitations.  ALBERT TOILET SOAP COfrs.  MONTREAL: -  .     -    ���',* ���   -Vxifienibcrjcr- Ejtg),  A statue of Peter Heulein, who Is  said to, .have iu vented the watch to-  . w'akl liie close otf'the iiFteenth'ceiitii'i-y,  is to be erected in Nuremberg. Hen-  l,ein'.s ��� pocket-v'ti;ne^)iex.'ei*j-.."A'-ore o.val-^.in  shape and hence were known ris"Nuremberg eggs." A model of the statue,  which is of life size aiid was executed  by the well known sculptor Moritz  Scbultz of Berlin, was exhibited at the  fans exposition.  witiiout cost to you.  will cure your  at  once.'   ��� It   will  .strengthen  yoiir iungs:  a safeguard . foi ydu', rii ways.,,  Take it 'at t the first indicatijqn  of a coucrhror-cold  .   --'*RKVci'"MR.  PattO.v of Toronto writes :,   .',I  used two bottles of Smi'on";:aritf ttilce'pleasuie:  '*'���':.. i:;-jn reQommehdinsrrit..   (There .is ,nrithi.i.i^.li)ce it  fr^r cough^throat.aiid lung trcfu^lp^; .. _ '.���  Shiloh s Consumption Cur�� is sold by all  dr;iigffl8ts ia Canacbi a,ud United States at  3��c, aOc. Sl.00 11 bottle; -In'-dreiU-Uritnin  r\t Is. 3d.. 2s. Sd, ��ud 4a. Gil. A priutod  gimrailtoe gons with every bottlo. .If you  aro not satisfied go ; to' your druggist nud  gtft your money bac"  Write for illustrated  book on Consumption.    Senr  , C. Wells & Co.. Toronto  W. N. U lr,**  '       .       1'^  'I.  iii!  1,11'  :   i  '������..<  Irv'  Tf  ,    i ��  1* ii  - t>  ?-,-'* -1  ;' < :��  ,    ,'      ll.  ''1.  t I '  .'i*  1   it   tt  i t;'  i ?!*  1P'A  ���-���:,-  ���<���**..!������  ��� i-a i  '? A i  , .,-.���[�� '  ,'>'nt  , * nv;  -vi1"'  i if  r-  KoBali��nda Winter Carnival.  Tnp Rorrlind wiru,r ."nr'*.*---,)  <*om  ���"* ���.-!*-.-,.. ?.,.  ft- ������'-���.���o fr  ���'ilir*>dy fr<  ���rrcii,'  ���"vnicp  " "��� 2;i: It.  A  VALUABLE CLAIM.  BT   "mtLr.   L1SEKBEE.  Buck Simmons walked behind    tlie  c-ut-sid'1 p'inr.lw tiu-rr j- ( huge prairie-breaking plow, watching,  fry hwyo   ni t'-iid.ince, j with  evident  satisfaction,  the chocolate-colored ribJ>ons of earth -which the  plow was turning1 over.   The two yokes  ��� .'.if.-.iice** "iirtVt* been receiw-d thu.  . .'fkev flub* from Ni'Lon, Sandon,  "���Jev.-L-i.ok*' and Boundary wil! purtici-  ���i.ite in ihe t-enior and "junior chain  ..'ion.-Iiip, and there is some prospect  ��f teams coming from Calgary and  otner points. Lidies teams will also  most likely come from Nelson  Revelstoko.  . There will, be an unusually large  "number of curlers this year.- jNTelsoi>  js going to send four or sis: ri'hks instead of t*vo, and KasSo, Sandon. Rev-  elstoke, some ol the Boundary townd  Rnd Golden. Calgary, Letbbridge and ''���  eorue southeast Kootenay pointa may  also be represented.  A Tribute.  '  vQueenliest of queens, the opening couturj',.  jlai robbed un ci thy presence:  VViscly aud well in si-jlit of nil tin.- votlo  Thy race was run, through time, htid time.  An aurol of,ligbt will shine around thy name  The world today grieves aa if it leaf thee.  But to this some world thou canst be dead,  ' For dally task of duty uobly done, and lifo  West nobly lived, and all the virtues  ���5*hat ever shown (trouncl thy throne, for tbeije.  J !Tho world enshrines thy name within'lis heart  Oh, woman, maker, queen, what duty   didst  thou leave <  Undone, well done! well done! Thy rcf>t is won.  8ut'we are no! bereft. ,Defote ah aguldlup star  Zllgh In our flimoraeut, thy name and life  will  shine.  Lord may wo not forget, but look nnd follow ou.  Of ail thc Roial race most iiobly royal,  And thv name Upon tbe story of thy country  Will ever greater lustur hliud.  We passing will soon become unknown, but thou  "Hast writ thy name with bold enduring hand  , ^*pon thy page ol timo.  Moyio Jan. 80th 1001.  Wo Dogs ia lioaveti.   '  ' Shade���Why don't you" admit that  liajideome wbman ?, "St. Peter She in-'  sieted on bringing in her dog with her.  i���Town Topics.    ' "    ,  Kfilc'yofa tioi Spi-ihg*).  ' The most complete health ra8brt on  lhe continent of iTorth America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled" for  grand uef. * 'THE HALCYO& HCJT  SPRINGS Sanitarium; Halcyon Hot  , springe," Arrow Lake, 33, C. Resident  pbysreian and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursiono.' Telegraphic communication   with   all   parts   of    the  world.   Two mails arrive/and  depart  i , i . I. ., *  daily.' Terms, ijUo to $18 per week  according tp residence, in hotel or  villas.    Its batiis cure all  nervous and  1 *-*"  "muscular diseases.    Its waters hea! all  kidney, liver   and  stomach  troubles.  The baths and waters   are   an invalu  bio remedy for silver and  lead poisoning. . *  Why lie IVns iBxeaucd.  *f Dennis McCarty, a trite son of Erin,  wae suing his neighbor,-William Smith  ' .for damages occasioned by the defendant's carelessness in allowing his donkey to escape from his stable and trespass upon.plaintiff's-pi-etnises, thus doling much mischief in his ghrcien. Mc-  Cariy stepped into the witness box tc  -give evidence in support of his case, anr'  when he 'had finished the lawyer whe  appeared fbf the- defendant proceedec"  to cross-examine. hJpii,,.  "Kow you mea^fo eay that all this  injury to" Hie'pfopc^ty. of" Which yon  speak waii ���cau'"='-'a solbiy   by   Smith's  donkey?" ;  "Sartinly, -sot-"' f^  "Oh, indeed; ari'^^here Bid you first  see th-i tininial whicli yoii declare has  been the sourc"; of "=p ftijicK mischief?"  "1  saw him tied  ub ih dVfiinaant's  Istbable."        . i --    -  ���  ,   "Yes,  and where did you next see  him?"  "On my pretnisSs, to be'surci.''  The lawyer now saw his chance, and  in his best manner pressed the question.  . "How did you know ii wan the same  donkey?"  ��� "How did I knowf-.-svas the derisive  'exclamation. , "If I saw yez tied up  in a sthabie, don't ycz suppose I'd know  ye when ycz got ioose?*''.  The plaintiff was excused from further evidferice.-r^Spftr.e -Moments.  Loin for Sale.    "Money to JOqnn.  Lots for 9a1e in all    parts.-of   town  .Money to loan.    Agent  for Knrn   and  Williams pianotj.    Have other   epecial  bargains.    Before inveatinjj sec  Box 17. D. 3. Elmer.  of oxeh 1hat drew the plow were show  ing no inclination to hurry through  life, which disposition was in perfect  harmony with Buck's own feelings on  the subjvet. He did not believe in physical precipitation in connection with  common labor. To be in a hnrry seemed  and | *t�� him lo be a species of folly that was  totally inexcusable.  On reaching the end nearest the cabin  he brought the team to ahait, and, allowing the cattle to graze on the luxuriant grass, seated himself on the  beam of the plow and lighted his pipe.  "There ain't much better land than  this in these ports," he mused, "an' as  fer watermelonsj it can't be beat this  side uv the Eockies."  A covered wagon, drawn by a pair of  shabby sorrel mules, came to a halt in  the road close by, and a bushy-bearded  man got out.  , ''Jiy name's Billings-���Z<��ke Billings,"  be said, as he came up to the spot where  Buck was seated' "I'm looking for a'  claim to buy. Can you direct me to  where I caji find a good one which I  could purchase at a reasonable figure?"  "Ye couldn't 'a' struck it better if  ye'd 'a', searched fer a week," replied  Buck, removing his pipe from his mouth  and blowing a cloud of smoke from his  bearded lips.  "That's fortunate," responded the  stranger! "Th��n I may infer that you  ekn'givo me the desired information?"  '    "Ye've sed it.-' '��� ,    '   ,  "Thank yoii.   Iij the land in queJ-tiom  near here?"  " 'Bout six inches from where ye*re  ^tending."  ' "Ali; I se��.   Your tfiva claim is ior  sole?''  "lit can be bought."  '''How much land ia in your claim?  A full,quarter paction?" /  'J-Ye're sed it."    * .   'r    ���    %  ;'Is the land good ?"  "Think T'd be a-plowin' pore, land1?  What do ye talce me far? M,ufli think  I'm powerful fond uv workl"., ��  ,. "No 'offense, I ass-tire you," replied  Billings.' "What advantages does your  eiaito possess besides that mentioned ?"  " 'Tain't jno.re 'ait four miles ter water." .  "Why, db ytiu hall four mUea'ffbin  water close ?"   ,    , , ...,,,  . "Ye would if,-ye'd hauled it 26 mites  tor one.senson."  "But i wouldn't lire iii such a botra-  iry as that; A man -Wouldn't get any**  thing 'but ^v-ator:hauliii^ 'done." .     .,  "Thar warn't anything elfie.t^r 3b  thar."v. . 1, .-       '    c.  "Didn't you raise iwiy crops f".  "Nary crbp'/' ^ "���    ,' ,  ."What made you b{a^ m siich a coun-  -"Cohidn't g-it ewkjP ,  .'."What made ybu go titeres'^' ��,  "Ter git a cifaini.    ..      - _       -. ,   '  .   '.'Why, what on earth *Jt>uid'you wfeht  with a claim in a pls��fe like that?'*!  "A man's got tef ro-e-<*-k a lirinS'''  "Malte a living? How did you expfeot  to-niake a living ih a desert'Where nothing would grow T1  "Sell my cfaiia"''"*'  "How did you happ&a to'Sad fifctty-  fer?M ' '  ."It .alius rained oneei a yeAi'l than.  we hiis'Ied ter'sell ont 'fore the ground  dried.   That was &ur bizy time."  "What do you suppose a roan would  think' of you for selling",him such a  claim?" '  "I never stayed ter fiee.'"  "I suppose not. What did the than  that bought/ybhr cldin do when he  found out."wbVat kind of a place he had  got into?",, ,     .,,....,  "liivecj thar .till th* nixi rain."  ."What then?-'     -    ,,     ...   -   -    -.  :"He-sold -but lex fcrioiher fellei;j*N Tlie  ���ivest ..ii a gr,em,t edicfttor^ A feller can't  ute-�� hyar iong ai>.\ be 'A fehdeHooti ..Ye'll  shy"'.so* ^fofsi ys'r-e hy^r tt ye#r, -Ndw,'  this yere claim uv mine���"  "To be ��ur&-~-w"iJ wefe.talking Etiotrt  your d&imt ht&H iJee ihkt ihe lkh& U  very good, dact.t fliipj}������"ulivater" cotiid  be got by fiinking a -well." I like the lay  of .this piece of land, and if your.price  is reasonable, I might strike a bargain,  with you." ,   , ,-   ,  "Ye've ecd it,"     *  . "What would you call a fair price for  your claim?"  " 'Bout er thonsan' dollars."  '"A thdusfljid dollarsi Why, man,- I  can get as good a cjairn as csLh be found  in tho county for $200. Remember you  can give no deed, but only quit your  claim.".  "I likewise knows all that; but this  yere aih't no common claim. Say $500 ?"  "No:    T-wd Ifty is the mosi X can  &**���"   ���    .      - , -'.  "Theii tiie claim's yoxsm:"  with it?" asked Billings, growing interested.  "'Tain't hardly worth    repeatin',"  went on Buck, ia �� carel^a tone.   "I  puta it that it ia jealousy uv them, aee-  in' I've got the bast claim in tho settlement.. If you seed,one uv tltem fellers it's likely he'd jeay that thar can't  be no water, got on this yere claim.  Ke'd' say that the well-borer war hyax  an' bored about 600 feet an' got no warier.   That would be a lie, 'cause he only  bored  400  feet,  but Til alius believe  he'd V got -water if he'd 'a' bored deep  enough.   Then some object,,ter   the  claim 'cause, they says-"[,'ve settled ou  a school section, which ain't open for  settlement, an' that 111 haf ter git off  soon as  a  school board ie organised.  But how the Sam Hill do they know1  who the school board's -goin'- terr- be,  an*  how can  they  tell  what they're  goin'  ter  db. .'fone ��� they're-elected?  Some people does meek me havo that  tired feeJjn'!"  "Why, if that ia the case," broke in  Billings, '.'I don't know as���" ,  "I ain't thorough yitf" put in Buck.  "Let me tell ye all the onery skunks  aire doin' ter" ruin the nepertashun uv  . this yere claim.   Some puts it that it  ia too close ter the line uv the Injun  territory, an' that the road a#ente ail'  robbers would kill a feller off as fast  aa, he could come hyar, an* that sich  r,viskus invirunmentfi   would   be   the  .sp'ilin'  uv the society uv the neighborhood; but thai*- hain't been but two  men killed on this yere claim since I  come hens,   which.ia full six months  sgo; an' them war both strangers .who  war cainpin* in the road hyar, an' neVer.  a-standin' g'ard none.   Whatever else  could sich chumps expect?"  "That is  horrible!",  said .'Billings,  with-a shiver,   "As I were going to say  h'SJEpi  NEW STORE  |NBWST()KE.  K  DON'T  *  ..A complete line  of Hockey and  Club skates. Also Hockey sticks  now in stock.  G. H. MINER.  Tinsmitbing aud   plumbing in  nee tion.  ii ��� !���'������. ��� !***��� i.niifcwB>**wwi&mtt**amm**m*mm^���  con*  MOYIE S 'liEsXUISG HOTEL.'  in th&t ease���'  .. "I ain't through yit," continued Buck.  "Va anrhonest inan, an' b'iieves in tell  in' the whole, story which them.slanderers, aire so fond ur exaggeratin'.  Some puts it that the snaiks on, this  yere claim is its greatest drawback,  an' ter hear 'em talk ye'd think that  a feller couldn't stay hyar 15 minnets  without bein' swallered by thetoj'^bui  wait till I tells ye the true facts. .Now.  these yere stiaiksair'e perty bad, 'less  ye know how ter' take' 'em.   A feJler  must wear high boots an' keep hia eyes  peeled.   Then I wears' ef buskskin suit  under my other clothes, whicif has Bared  my life more 'an oncei'' Now, thar was  Ituggy JTones, who lived over thar on  the next claim. t He .comes over tersce"  me one day;  'lowin he ain't aieared  of no snaik livin'.   He warn't the,man  ter listen ter no  reason;   heoomciv  a-wearin'. of * them low dude gaiters,  an' the first thing ins knows1, he's bit  ^ith, one uv  titein enaiks.    Well, ho  slobbers 'round Si little- takes a fit, try?  in' ter kill everybody, then ciiris'up an'  dies deader 'an MosefcK 'Twarh't hay  fault, seem' aS how he h&a'lr��cru-rreirji'od��  bitt some folks will be fools.  Uy course;  accidents will sometimes happen, even  -with the ihost keerfui. Thai-'s in/ wife,  Mandyj. nowi , You vcotifdn't    find   a  k��Jrftilei1-' w6mati  'alf her, biit'-it al!  'happened like'this.    One bight &ne uv  them dad blamfed snaiks gits an' hides  itself in  the bed- an1 the first thing  we klibWa iffindy is bit* ,It,warn't Iter  faiuitv, fer who'd think ut weferih' saaik  ��� pertecter^ irt'the bed ? Well, she ptim ps  a gailun Uv iny best whisky down her  throat, an'it kinder newteralizes that  yitQ piiieh'i so instead tiv dyin' she only  has eome fita.   Mandy Ain't no sloucB  in a skirnioeh, an' when them fits cotnes  on ye'd be safe in 'lowin' that I had  my hands full.  She gits the corn-knife,  'lowin' that everybody is after her, an'  out she goes; slajshin' at everything*  dangerus like.   It's about daylight, by  this tiine, an' aha meets Sol Miller, who  is out early lookin' fer his mules.   She  mecks fer him, ah' 'fore he gits on iter  what abe's drivin' at* she has sliced off  one ov'hls years, an' he only 'scapes b}-  bein' one ov the best runners in the  settlement.   She next slashes tbe head  uv my. best dog off, an' after she ha't  sliced tha tail off one 'uv my hosses, I  finally, ropfes h^f.   She gets quiet iiki  tifter* awhile; but therti fits Will etJnne  back 'dh her���" ,. '  "That is enough," interrupted tha  stranger. "I wouldn't Hyc oh this claim"  for all tbe land in the county,; Give me  back my money, and we will call the  trade off." s    '  "No, we don't,'' replied Buck. "1 reckon the contract don't say nothin' about  givin' the money backi If ye want the  claim, pay the rest an' it's yourn; but  if not, the 25 ie mine. That's the con",  tract,"  He was interrupted by a shriek which  issued from thc cabin, and the nest moment the figure of a woman emerged  from thc door and came running wildly  across the prairie- flourishing -i corn  khifc about her head.  "Biaifoe iny, eats," tjbat's Malicly bavin'  one uv them fitei" cried Buck.' ."Look  enay  On   buying any   inferior   boots  when you can depend: on ^getting  -:���  everything in the boot arid shoe  line of, first" class quality and^at  - very LOW PRICES at our store.   -���  This .week "we jfiiake big_ioductionsl.in -'boots and shoes and wflj*  sell you a  BOOT     FOR  $5.00  100  3.50-  , 3.00  ^2.50  2.00  .fJ.00  ' 3.20  " 2.80  2.-10  2.00  1.G0  Remember we sell you a boot that will  fit.   Iuveatigation    and '   comparison  solicited.  YOUKS FOR VALUE,  The best of accommodations  for the traveling public.  McMahon Bros., Props.  STORES 'AT CKANBnOOK AND M0YIK  TIE - BREWERY  , JOSKPH ->TEI"UKKgTAI>T,-*;Prop., "  Lager*beer sold  by tho  Keg or  dozen  bottles.        ' . ���  iaOtfS^K^Xif !^'YSiY^1)tr^^^Y^^J^2^iYS^%  Bottled Beer  in Stock*..--.���.".  Outside Orders (Jivon Strict Attenthm  ri  I It"   n n�� ll*. ~l n*illijn�����������W���ai-ii  ��� iB  ���*mm��&mmm  MOYIE B. C.  Are Now Open and Ready For  Biisinfes^ %itli a^^uif3 Line' 'of  Staple and jf'ancy  "-��  '*p-  a��H  S�� Jt WHITGOMB  House     painter,     gNiner,  glifzier    and    pHJjerhanger.  All   work  on . perfsct ��� pur  face guranteed.    Pricejs  ac  cording     td    4'iality    and  . otook-rc-qnired"^" ' '      *"   "  Moyie, B.,fl;  CHAS.v^. CAMPBELL,  ; funeral Director  *    t and .  Embalmeiy  Gr.idunte of Cbampiob College oi the  United States. Upbolsiering mid gen  hihI furniture rep'niring, Office and  -lore, Aiken's block, near 0<mndjiu>  f3.it)k of Commerce.^ Telpgraph ttiid  m..il orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrook, B. C.  4 T^t^PG *^����^v*l��  WlLflEY LODGE NO: M.   r  .r.  .\feetj every Monday evening iri tbeir  hull on Vietorul street. 8<��j��urning  Odd Fellows cordially invited. .    -  TlXXitK DA.VJiy, tt- s:  J. sr. Limjmay, r. s.  w. t. i4eid, s. c.   '..'  il. L HOLuiST-iR, TltSAii,  ��� L:j.<iiAi'<- **-'"  7^011 arV Invited to Inspect Slock.  cINNES&CO  ���TV  Moyie   Miners- /Union  :   iro. Vi- " ��� /  Me.ptct in McGregor ball every Tuesday  ���'ypnipg. Sojourning .membera -are  cordially invited to att'ebd. t -m  >.  fcT. H. DiiiocK, " P. T. Smyti-t,  . r , 1   '  President.'  .        *      * Secretary',  ���mm ��m\ miftmss*mmmam*tiamm&ammmC&am&��mm*Mmw&^t\*\imi*imit  wLKimtmini&artiX&eM  Mbyi-e.Board" of-.^rade  Meets in the Moyie"gchd'ol" '  hduscpn tbefiret Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp.      -,. '    ,  L c  J. P. Farrell, fcres.  A. P. Macl-oji/Ud,    Lewis Tho.Msoj?,  Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  Wholesale ^aild  R^tailBUtciiersf  -. SHOPS '- At  Mbyi6  /'      %   .Fort.Ste^M  Braribrdoi* J?8^nle' Wardne-"  'r*',;l^gJ*-'-*��  '��MM  arte^magfe  38  TS  <���,*>  UUVYORSELF A  sm  fOay    BAKBERi    D.    "O.    &.,    Js.    Tf!    r?  Office and Residence     CRANJBROOK  ��� iiit*rnn%Ti  50   YEARS-".  EXPERIENCS  Tbaoe Ma^ks  " *    Detsigns ~  ���  ������-    .     �� . .   C��.PVP��GHTS &Oi.  Anyone sr-ndlntj; a tkoirh and rJescnptlon may  I'llo'sK SJCCrMrli our opinion J"��r*"e ^arii-JtiOr-aD  !i!-,.mirin i& r-Tryriftbrr jr>,-tt6/itj-Lt)r<*. Conaniisiics.  ;lonB*ir\ct]ycor,Q'3tfn#e.'i. lliuid booi oil Pttcnta  rtmt free Oldest upency foraecui-fnKPii.ti;jatS..\  Patents tuir.f*a throu��&"-?Jiant-S Co. receive  qtecial vottco. without change. JUtho  e  ^  A handaWrrKjTjr.i'lnstratecl w.eaKlr.    ,..��� ,    .._���-.���   r,n'rKest dr.  i-nlatlon of icti? ii"ctentl/lc'i'ournaf.   Term'ff, $3' a  your   ton r months, tt' 8r7. d by all newsdealers.  & Co.3^JBro-dWay,"f  Rm.ncb Office.* <W6 F fit., "WRfilUn^tohyr),^  " Very .wejl���   f, -vvill. ^mie. back Jn a   9ul HT yeraelf an' teami "stranger' while  few days  and have  tbe papers fixed   I runs fer aropel"  Up."  Byt .flillin^ did not wait to listen,  "ThAt-eeems fair-like{ b"bt t pats ii With: one bo^nd he wo�� in hie wagon,  iili*: this} Y-g're h fetran^ei' tdt ta^, fin* and   a  moment later  had  lashed tlie  meUby ye comes back, aa' mebby--ye mulea into a gallop and was,disappear-  doa't.   If I liolds this yere claim fer ing dowp tbe trail in a cloud of dust,  ye, y.e-pays tne, now $25 la hand,.the Buck darted around the" cabin, the  refi'ti ter be paid, in tJbree days, when woman  in  hot pursuit, and  this was  ye gits the claim."                           - kept up. till the stranger was well out  ��� The stranger took out a book,.aJttd. o�� sight.   Then the two went into the  ���writing .the.desired  documents, gave house.  them .to. Buck to sign,' while he count- -"I'reckon he'e gone for good," said  'ed b.u't the ������required 'sum * of-money. Mandy, laying the corn knife on the  tWhen the amount'had been .paid a��ci table,-..  the-papers signed, -Billings "saidr.        ;, "Yetve. pH it... That snaiV s*^fy fl**>rl  * -Vrbatt HHxa'tivB matter,ali'rjght.   X ^'m   7! <!'^'���*'*-:>f'  -wiHicome'boi-k in tnr^,da'yf3.aa*.d,p*ay *'----*"' : '"'.- '   '          '        "���   '    -'  *the rest pf .the, money ajad take pes-   session .of the claim.'-   \ ,.->. i-':- - ���"   ��� '.,  V He jatJ about.to,retrace-'- hi*.stepfe F-0^. sAwiT~A--pix rnom  to' Ma wagon when Buck stibpped itiM lot m Lnk* Sbore aildition.  ticulars apply at this ofTice,  CANADIAN PACIFIC  and Sod "Line.  *w*MMO-MiaMNM-M--��-n-*v-aiMar^^  TOURIST    GAES.  P;.8.i   Dun more   Jot   foi   St.    Paui  l .   v,  ��� ii iSund.iys, Tua-sdaya, Thur��daye mn!  Kridayc. Turon'io on MondnyS alio  Wednesdays. Moulfeal nud BupV n  im Saturdays.  IS'ilne CKre pufca Revejstokrj  ohb  d��\  arher.  ������. ���*-:���ar������ *-^��� ������ ������ rzt���^*-   fRMNB   DEPART.  d:5i   for   Khc*1o,   Neltion,    Jtorisluiid,  Si "Eugena International.  BAH BER SHOP AND        v  feATH ROoiviS.  Wi R. STONE, Prop.  *U. EugenaMine,*   , ,  tf. J. MURPHY & oo;s  BfoUE, 5T0YIK, B. C.  ��� ���iiiT'riiiilH      llf       >I��|�����B���M  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  '*W  Mo*i ib B. 0  *i  r  hotiBe and  For. p,,  blOCuIl    in  d  m  ".    ,   ���   " "  Ulidarv  point*-,  Kevelfciol'*  , M.iiii .Linn ami  Pai-itii  (Juani.  *  .       .  *  15  :09 lur Moua  e J.iW  u"indtJii  i   Win  nipi'fr, eto.  jilirl ,i  1 J<j��^ierii  poinii*  CdUIIirllll'i  III        .Mr  irli'i-d f<>r (  ** .)</ > .  ElllIH'I'IO'l  eic  Apply for RatcA, M&ps;.Tlmx\ Cjerde, Tickets atiri  Full luformtXtion to ireareut Local  A&ent,  G, HiifleiS Agent, Moyli}. ,  .���/<-\\    A .������-:������      A  J.'S.CAKTBE, . E. J.,poyLE<,  f,V. A.-Nelbon,        ��� V    A'.G.>.'A.,'VftaerJVer  DRY GOODS. BOOT�� A^D  SHOliSS. ' LADlfeS .AND  GJ3NTS       FUItMSHlS'GS.  Cttll 'ttnd I'hspt'j't o'ir clothing.  I'be moot up to* dat-?  nl'a'ck id  iiiwbi  MOYIE, kC.  V  %-  MERCHANT   TAILOR*  Fine "Suitings, - 'Overcoating  .Troufleffl,  tiripotted    Oood��:     _.}  tiLMliU, B.o  ���VW"**  :V"sW  ���et^bM  Phdtograpiiy  (Ghi.  s^iid  (Cbristmns,.-. )b corning.  your jiiVt��ir<?n   tnken   io  bomi*.,   PREST,  tlie photo  gmpher, will visit   Movie   on  e*ich    fciaiu.rday.      Fbisbliglit  ..picturen in ken nt   the   Movie  or iit   your    room   or   house.  I^eiive'yotir orderu   at ouoe.  '' 176 time to del.-y.  Pre$t & Oo.i  Pbotogriiphero,  CjUidii-okk,'    ntojic,    l-'oi't Seolra  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday and Wednesday  Prices Gtiveh.  aiid   Orders  T^rken on .-'  Everything:  in llhe Priming  hind at thd  tt-,--.'-^.  l.*"}"**.!  ���Iv^j'r,-'  -mm  V     <-">5'"*'  Y��1  ' ��'���'  i  \  '. 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