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Array u******'***^*-  m%  tfOTABIES. IfUBLIG  paST SURANGK  t  /  'O ��-&r*te>*r^f H^**  *  fr  FULL LL\TES k.1  *    v  CANN'S BOQKSfQJftBS.  ��*���'  iL. 3, NO. 44.  MOYIE, B. '0.,'FEBRUARY 36,1901.  A YEAR  !$��  '-'^���'���^������'^���'^ <5V'  w*  md  P7  CRANBROOK ICIEIITES  ���   '  "'        '   "' :      ; *  Won   in   Their   Game  with Mcryle'B Team.  THE SCORE. WAS 3 tO 0  The Cluh Gavo s, Dance in ' tho   Evening  Whicli was -<ve11 Attended and  was a Success.  t��  m  ���9  urn  lit  M.  IEJ0XL   SUITS UNDERWEAR  AT   $190.   CASH  9  #  m  m  4  f^"1  r>v  #*  ;'��, ��>V��*H,VV5  CANADIAN  BANK ,QF  COMEEE.  r J -* ' *     - ,  Paid Up Capital, $.8,000,000,  iENBROOK BRANCH. ������' HUBERf HAINES, MGR  Royal Templors Organize.  A public   meeting was held  in the  I, 0. 0. Fl' hall  Wednesday   evening,  when the Eey.-W. GJ-, Malion addressed  quite soft, and after the first half Mas  the audience on the' subject of temper-1 played it -was necessary to scrape  and  The second match between the  Moyie aud Cranbrook hockey teams  took place at the Moyie 3tating rink  last Thursday and ended in a victoryc  for the Cranbrook, boys, , the, score  being'3'~to 0.' It was ono of the most  hottily contested games ever played  on ice'in South Bast' Kootenay., and  while the Moyie boys dfd not succeed  in getting a goal, yet they .only let the  visiting team get three points.. There  was a l'are,6 crowd present,, whjch became' quite enthusiastic ' as the  gani'e progressed' ' Following is- a, list  of the players and their' positions':  Moyie- Position Craubrook  Elmer <' Goal   '     .        McDormot  Collins ' Point    "     '   Mallison  Blomlio        , Cover Point      Prest  Beale " Forward Goultoa^  Mitchell "   ��' '3rcDonald  Higgins       , " J' .McGuire  Stenson' "   "        .        Sharp '  A, i'. llGcDonald, Keferee-J-  The day being warm   the   ice   was'  im  'W  ..>&�����  i iU i  N. A. Mackenzie, Proprietor.  A  ance. The meeting .was opened by a  hymn and prayer. Several selections  of, music and recitations were intermingled with the address' which was  full of strong points, political; financial,  moral and spiritual) all bearing heavily  in favor of temperance, and the speaker  sweapoiTthe slush,  S.,T, Coulton, capton of the Cranbrook team/ in speaking of the game  said: "There,i8 not a man in 'the  Moyie team that ypur town need be  ashamed of. They all put up a good  hard game and gave our team the "best  had and held a very .attentive audience,   play jt has had this season."'  ?Hf  efn-f;  KSSB*  [Hotel for the  masses.   Everything First  ih|]every; respect.    Sample Rooms  for  ���  Commercial Men,  BJTIE. , British Columbia,  fe.es/;  ^W'fe^'^,^^->&>g->g'^'-^-^'>y'^>y->^->*'->g|^-^->',--<g''  'in closing Uie'meetirjg Mi-. \M.n_ho�� t*s  a grand council officer of , the  Royal Templars ���of Temperance of  Canada and Newfoundland, asked-  those who wished to join in instituting  a local council of vthe above named  society to remain.       .     ��� ���  After those wishing   to,   retire   had  done so he then proceeded to organize  m  V.  I>ESAUL3fIEK,    t'rqp.  Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations. ' '    ���>  Headquarters for Commencial and Mining  Men,  QUEEN ' AVENUE,  m  Ia^'^^^.'^**,-^" "^���>SV>*-"^'^->fc-^:"C:^:"^"^^''^^'i"'v  MOYIE,  B. C.  jt&pfrtk  tXS2&3^82g&%^23^E��E@^E��&& ^?Z^m.  ,f'k  ^\  :" >*  t  \  ' -tty,  '^t-Sff  V"*fe  Busy stock taking; no time to Write  Advertisements.  We thank the people Of Moyie for their  liberal and esteemed patronage during  the past year, and solicit a, continuance  of the; same  fleers for the e'ame. When after the  count of the various ballots for the of-  ficerd, the following were elected r.o be  duly installed .at the ne^t regular  meeting:  Select Councillor, W. Of. Malion. "  Vice-Councillor,.Miss S. Williams.'  Recording Secr'y, Miss M. Williams.  Financial Sec'y, J. Douglas.  Chaplain, Robfc. Robison.  Press Reporter, S.J. Marsh.  Treasurer, Mrs. I. Townsend,  Guard, Miss E. Williams.  Sentinel, H. Gallop,   .  Herald, T. E. Steves.   ���  Deputy Herald, Miss L. B. Crowe.'  The council being the first installed  in the new century in British   Columbia will be called the Twentieth  Cent-  uary Council S"o. 17, B. T.   of   T.    It  will meet on Wednesday of each week,  further arrangements to   be   made   at  the next regular meeting.    The charter will be open for   30 ( days,   during  which time   the present  membership  will be largely increased, it is hoped.  S. J. Marsh, Tress Reporter.  Council 17, R. T. of T.  There is-rxo donying , toe - fact that  Cranb'rpokjbas a orackerjack team and  it, embraces" some of the best players of  Winpipeg'and Toronto.  llmongsv those who were present  from Cranbrook were E, J. Peltier and  E. E. Simpson, president and manager  ot die Cranbrook team j Mr, aud Mrs.  Prest, Mr. and Mrs.  Frank  Dickison,  a Royal degree  council   and  elect of- -"Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reid, Mr. and Mrs  Miner, Miss Atwood, R. E. Beaitie, W.  F. Gurd, Matt Rockeudorf. Corey Bow  and Sam Morrow-.  'o  I>re\vvy Visits JVToyie.  J. C.   JDrewry, manager of Iho Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate,  and one  of the directors of tho St. Eugcno Con-1  solidated Mining Co.,   was   in   Moyie  last Monday,   haying   just   returned  from the   east,    Mr.    Drewry,  speaking of the deal for the Trail   Smelter,  said that lie holds   a  personal  option  from_the C. P. R, for iho Gooderham-  Blackstock-Syndicate, and that he_,ex-  pects the deal would be  consummated  within three weeks.    The deal will-involve over one, million , dollars,  which  of course includes ore on'hand,  etc. ;  Mr. iDreivry has recently   organized  two new companies, and departed the  following day for Rossland    to attend  meetings of the samo.   He will return  to Moyie in a week or ten. days.   ..'���  the BAnr,,.  'The ball given in -the   evening   by  the hockey club   v/as   well   attended.  Music   was   furnished    by   Professors  Wilson and Murphy aud J.TNI. Lindsay  officiated as floor manager.    A splendid supper was served at the Kootenay  hotel."   There were many pretty   masquerade costumes worn, and a list  is  herewith given   of   those   worthy   of  special mention : Mrs. J.  M.  Lindsay,  Sunflower;   Miss . Jaquish,  Bluebell;  Miss Armstrong, Canada; ,lliss  Alexander, America;  Mrs.  Hollister,   red  domino; Mjss. Henderaou, flower girl;  Miss   Bradley  little  red  riding hood.  Mrs. Conrad, cards;  airs.   Dickenson,  night; Clarence Miner, Prince Charles  III; A. G. Monkhouse, colonial gentleman; 1). J. Elmer,   flower   girl; Billy  Eakiu. domino.   Prizes  were awarded  to Mu-s   Henderson   aud   air Elmer.  The prizes were donated by P. J.  McMahon, manager of tho hockey   club.  iUetiil Quotnttons.  New York, Feb. 14.���Bar silver,  CO^ cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelters, $4.37�� lit the'close. Copper, brokers' price $17,00,'  Is the C. r. 15. Salable?  Montreal. Feb. U���-T. G. Shaugh-  nessy, president of tlie Canadian Pacific railroad, was asked last night what  lie thought of the possibility of the  Canadian Pacific being acquired by a  powerful combination of United States  capitalists, as was stated in the course  of iho debate on the government  owuorship of railroads in the house of  commons.  "Oh! It is quite possible," observed  ���Mr. Sliaughnessy. '.'There isjnothing  to, prevent ��� American '���' capitalists, if  they have the money, ( from buying  the slock of the Canadian Pacific,  which is for sale in London and Mon t-  real and on the.Berlin and other continental .bourses. Having acquired'  tho stock, there is nothing to prevent  them from controlling the policy of  the company and exercising their, control for the advancement of the  United States'interests,"  For Sale.���A six room  house  lot in Lake   Shore   atlilion.    For  denial's apply at this office.  and  par-  LOCAL    NEWS,  J. A. Harvey'was' in town' Thursday.  L. A. Bickers ic in Kaslo on 'business. , . '  The Kootenay hotel tdid .?, rushing  business Thursday. -       ,  '   ,-,  Michael Sheady was in Cranbrook the  first of the week.       - ��� '    .,..!''  Work on the> Society Girl aud Aurora properties is ateadily ��� going  ahead. ��� ..-.'.'  P. D. Hope is getting in a mammoth  otqckof drugs and stationery!  M. A. Beale has moved into his new  [office across from the Kootenay  hotel!  Government Agent Armstrong -was  out.to Moyie aionday on official business. ,   ;  Go tpGilpin's for fresh groceries. ,  Hurbert Haines,  manager   of   the  Bank of Commerce, Cranbrook, was in  town today, J ,   . ���  The store roDm in the ney/ addition  of the Kootenay" hotel' will soon be  ready t'5 occupy.   '     "'   '���       --   ,  There is a prospect of a steam laundry being started in Moyie withm a  short time. \~"  For hardware and tfnwara at ' the  right prices go to &, U. Gilpin, '  vT.-J. Murphy hau placed an order for  a splendid lino of spring and summer  clothing.     ��� ���        ''',''.  -Wiir' Wergin has returned from  Rossland and is again working for the  St. Eugene company.  A. H. Barrick has returned from  the hospical, having completely, recovered from the effect of his burns,  Frank Danby left this week tor a  pleasure trip,to California. He . will  be a-bpent  a' month or sis weeks.  The Business Men's. Protective Association held 'a"meotinp" "in'M. "A.  Beale's office last evening.'"  -if.-,/,' -; i V'-iiiif-ff,  The-weathor has   turned very, mild  .....'    .    ��� ' ,    ��i ���-��� .  i  if I.- i    (t'i ���;    ,,-,:,,  within the last few days, and' al], indications point towards 'an early "spring,  - Mr. and atrs. A., 0' Kelly w.ere given  an agreeable surprise at the"S"^Eugene  mine last Saturday evening by a few  of their friends from tbwn.  air's, Chadwick of Fernie has bee u  visiting witli Mr. and Mrs. ST. A. Alac-  Kenzie.for several days past.  Messrs. Frith and Hamilton are getting along nicely with their new building and expect to be ready to-open up  business between-the first and the'lOth  of March.  The Xo. I tunnel of the LakeShore  mine is new lighted with electric light.  Messrs. Grant <fe Sheady have the  contract of putting up in the neighborhood of 1,000 tons of ice for aloyie  and Cranbrook parties.  J. H. Hawke is now agent for the  Acetylene gas, lighting lamp. This  lamp has a -IS candle lighting power.  There will soon be one" on. exhibition  at Cann's   bookstore.'  aieesrs. Joll & Hill are putting up  an ice house noar their shop, and' will  sooi> have it filled with their summer's  su;ply of ice.  For dry goods of any kind and at  any price go to G. H.Gilpin.  Mrs. P. J. McMahon returned from  Spokane this week aud was accompanied by her sister, ajiss Josephine  Huggins.  The scarcity of water ha3 prevented  the running of the concentrator. It  will be again started this evening, and  if the solt weather continues it will be  keept running from now Ou.  JoIid Vezonie, an Italian who worked in th St. Eugene mine for the past  year, left thi3 week with his family for  sunny Italy, where they will spend  the remainder of their days.  The picture of the Moyie Hockey  team, which was taken by Prest, the  photographer, a-short time ago, is how  on exhibition at Miner's hardware  store, It is a splendid piece of work,  and is well worth the price asked  for  ���ifc.; '    .������:'-'':.:  John Ingram, a miner, was taken to  the hospital this week suffering with  appendicitis. At last'(reports he was  very low. His sister and Miss Hag-  gerty went into Cranbrook on a freight  last night.  II. V. Barnes, A. B. Grace, of Fort  Steele, A. T. Clark, of Moyie, and  Fred Stark, of Fernie, composing the  license'commission, held a meetitig  here 'Tuesday to consider the   transfer  of the liquor license from Wrn. Mills  to T.'V. Lowney, the new, proprietor,of  the Cosmopolitan hetel.  Wrh. Mills and Patrick Keeley in;  tend going to Spokane , next aionday!'  There they will join John Day, and in  a short .time., all-three, will start for  Alaska. Mrs. aiills intends going on  a'visit to her "folks "'near Edmonton.     ,  Highest price paid for 'Raw Furs.  Pack in sacks and-��fend by espress.- to  James Gill, Cranbrook:"  Hon. E, O. Smith Hers.'  Hon. E. C. "Smith,' ai"." p.   p,r  for  South East  Kootenay, ' was  iii  afuyio'  this week investing (he  needs of  his  constituents before going   to   Victoria  to attend the meeting, of   tho   provincial legislature,  Got Sir .Months.  Paddy O'Callahan, who fctoio the  diamond,ring trow Mr. Cardinal of  this place a short time ago, has been  sentenced to six months in "the provincial jail. He got three months for  stealing the rinn and'three'months for  brpaldng jail at'Fernio."  D  "B/mer'rt Cigar Score. .  D. J. Elmer hag purchased the stock  and fixtures of J. I. Mcintosh's cigar-  store and has moved the same to his  ono place; next" door to Cann'g  bookstore.' He hag a large stock of"  cigars and tobacco on ,the road, and  when they arrive he will have one' oi:  the neatest places of its kind in South  East Kootenay. .        '    ,  ,   Harry Howard Sentenced-  Harry Howard, who pleaded guilty  to the   charge   of  haying  attempted  with a knife   to   do   his   wife,  Annie'  grievous bodily harm at Kitchener last'  week, came before justice Irving Thurs:  day morning to receive sentence.   -"He  was given  five   years'   imprisonment'!  with hard labor.    The prisoner-will be  taken to New Westminster al an early,  date.���rNelson Tribune.      '"-  'do Improve tho "Koaol. ��� '  ,  Cranbrook Herald:    There  will be  immense sums of money expended this'  season in improving the   road   bed  of ���  the Crows Nest Pass railway.    One of <  the principal pieces of york' will be the'  tunnel at the   east   end ' loop.   This  tunnej will be about SOO'feet long, and  will cost in the neighborhood of ��80,-1  000.    Mr. Olson, an eastern contractor,  has been awarded   the   contract,   and  will commence  work  within   a short-  time.    This improvement will do away  with'   some    dangerous    bridges   and  greatly facilitate the work of trains at  that point,  Another big   improvement   is   the  grading of the 'slopes, and on this work  ���something like $30,000 will  be  expended.  There will be a number of modern  cabooses brought up from the east and  the roiling stock will be improved all  along the line.  The new superintendent," air. Bury,  is a man of long experience and  holds  the confidence of the head officials of.'  the company.    The increased import-;  ance of the Crow,   due   to   increased  .  tonnage, has rendered it necessary to  have the road placed in first-elass con-  '  dition, and air. Bury is looked upon as  just the man for the work.  CRANBROOK    ITEMS/  Craubrook Herald:  W. T. Reid has arranged some tasty  displays in hia window.  The Cranbrook   club is  getting in.  quite a number of new members.  General   aianager Bobbins, of the  North Star mine, has   ju3t   returned  frtm the east, where the difficulty  between the shipping   mines   of .South  EastKootenay and.the.C.  P.   R.   and  smelters have , all  been adjusted, and  that company will now  ship its  produce to   Nelsoiij   Trail   and  Everett.'  This will mean an increase in the nuin�� *���  ber of men   employed   on    that  property, and full time  for all  of them.  ���: The     Sullivan   mine-   has   already  made arrangements for the  shipment  of ore to the Trii.il  smelter,   and  it  ia  the   intention   of   that   company   to  yrcatly increase its output, as soon   auV  a spur'or U'd'u i.-i built, from :t!-io   i-.-v.N  road to tilt mine. .'������'.  If  ij5_^TEST^g m lOIffi 1MB.  ���^?ggl^-* '^uaaaaga:  ruiiaayj _ ,__. ^  _,  any kind.    This is   not   putting   the  matter fairly.   in,the firsfc place   thQ  projected road into the  United   States  gswiiii'mprmiw^ynaaiwiiiiiiiiiiiii i ii��wrB������aiE]Bi3  BBwaaas^aw-rmrranariMi^^ i if mam  "^in *��� "^ ��< "������ r*.P- |��-w -* bTb,iTJS^��� e���5SS  LSC0Ckrter'|THE . POST OFFICE \r*mK*i7^^74TrT��^>  cf Moyie and East Kootenav  '   ��� Chinese New Year begins today.  *ill be celebrated fin  many   towns  Ihe province���but not in Jloyie.    '  charter, and in the second  nkce  if a  Dominion  charter   were   granted    it  would carry at least the usual subsidy  of to many thousand dollar* per  :��ile.  What Canadians are asked to do is   io  subsidize a railway which  has  [or its  object   the   building   up   of   'United  States smelter centers at the exnense  of British Columbia smelting points ���  kelson Tribune.  :-dht Steele; b. c  JXnrre;-, iioCartor & Alexander,  "'ERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  ���������. -*��?*f'2"fK^jfcwwaBnataaaaM^Mi^aa^,!,^^,^^     LEWIS THOMSON,  ���  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission And  Insurance Agent.  Money to Loan.  DRUG & STATIONERY STORE.  TOILET ARTICLES,  PATENT MEDICINES,  OPFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  * "**'>'"����  JOBJVSTOW BZOjS.  I 'TtogHotel is New and well Furnished ' t*.�� I  | Tables are Supplied with the Best th? I  * Market affords. The Bar is Filled Jfe I  the Best Brands of Liquors and fe^ l  AGENTS   FOR PABST'fl   MILWAUKEE BEER. ' I  Moyie  "i-  ;"�����  .    i'. t   i  The sling of a wasp is on'e-thirty-  ^econdlh part of an inch loug. The  ���other mile and {.ball   is  imagination.  George Washington   with' his  little  ;hatchet would have cut a  sorry figure  ���}n   a   contOAfc   for   points   with   Mrs  ^Nation,  i.  __'    When a striker shoots a  soldier   tho  papers call it murder,  but  when  soldiers shoot defenceless strikers   it is  -walled duty .--Farm and Factory.  Men are like hogs, however distasteful this may sound   to   hog3.    When | W    j?    fiLTT-Rn  one hog gets  an   ear   of   corn   evo-y wUJSD,  other hog will trot along  behind  and  squeal and beg and i* ready for a bite barbisteis, sotrciTou, etc.  but just let (he hogget  his  head  fast   ' ,      ,  m a crack and evary ,son of a sow   rvill   CRANBROOK, B  jump on and tear him to pieces.'   Just  aomthmeu.   As long ae   a   man   is  prospering and has   money - he  c*n'tf'  teop friends off with a ball  bat.   Ths  momenthe'is   unfortunate   and   hil  P. D. SOPE5  aioriE,  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  "BRITISH COLUMBIA  Chemist and Drngglat,  MOTIJE, b'.  C  w ���,-*.��jua.  avVajaVJJt^JJ \     if,  GO   TO   THE  Seattle is enjoying a building boon!  .-PermiiB were issued for the erection of j ho f>tarts down grade the' world  wealth gone, he is not only snubbed by  us former alleged friends, but ' thev  begm to do him all the harm pnS8ible'  When a man starts up grade the world  iahs behind and, pushes.'   But   whf��n  ���ill  ���<J23 buildings oi the value of $255,385  'lor the month of January, being the  .largest on record for f.lmt month.  _ Daring tho month of'January the  '.'Moyie Miners'Union paid, out $170  -for sick benefits to its members. This',  ���was a substantial fund and   went Jnlo  steps  -the bands of persona who needed  i*,.  i  ', i<;  'ii, -  V'L-;  I.!'Jf  �����':'  , i ���  1.1  , The ropor& that'the difficulty be-  .'tween the mines, the smelters and the  .0. J?. 11, 'is settled, cornea as. 'welcome  -news. The matter was adjusted iri a  -much shorter time than was generally  -anticipated.  '-. "A fight against child labor has been  -begun by the National Tobacco Works'  , Union, ..the label of the  organization  will not be granted   a   factory . which  .employs anyone  under sixteen years  of age,  to'one side and grcaseo   the , (rack ~  Peoria Star.       ' ' -'     '  ��� Assessment worlTcoLtracte' Taken.  | Parties wishing to have asses.iniwit  work'done on claims in the vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult oi write  the undersigned ��� for terms. Work  left in my care will be promptly attended to,' and satisfaction will bo j  guaranteed. g; A. SCOTT "  Prof. Harry Hallam  From Kottlug-ham University; College of Music.  Teacher and Tuner of Piano.  Orders left at Post Office. ���Moyio. B.C.  E. A, ELTON,      /'   ;,,  Commics.on " and   Insurance  Agent,.  KEW  YORK LIFE,  !        LONDON'AND LANCASHIRE,  PHCENLX OF NEW YOBK  iK '  Insurance Oo.'s  Fort Steele, .   B. C.  For your outfit., The' largest stock in  East Kootenay.  kexd;&co..-.  Tuesday to Saturday, Feb: 12-1 e, 1901.  THE PBOORAM INCLUDES , '  Eight Curling- Contests  Under the auspices.fof the Kootenay  Curling Association.  Ckastbkook, B, 0,  A.UK1H1II aWCTBlaaVlliajaaW r.  v\  Hockey Tournament.  For Senior, Junior and Lndiee champ>  ionshipa of British Columbia.    .  ,', 'COASTING ��� CONTESTS.  Snowshoe|Kaces.  SKI KACES. ^ SKATING, BACES  For Provincial championships and for  tMeri and Boys.  Cutter and Dog [Races.  �� CAENIVAL MASQUERADE.'  0 Iropliies mi Prizes']  $3,000  n >p  TO MB 30EAF.  A rich lady cured of her Deafness  and noifees iu the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,, gave $10,-  C'OO to his Institute, eo that deaf  ���people unable to procure the Ear  Drums may have them free.' Address  No 14522 The Nicholson Institute,  780, Eighth Avenue, New York,  v. S. Ii.  i  i .  t  j> t  '.nl.  r  ?  r  1 i,  �� 1 ,v  y\i  "i - -T"'  C!.t"  'i  s>The people off Moyie' showed  ih'eir  'kindhear'tedriese a!dd generosity iri the  fullest measure by the way, in  which  ���they contributed towards the relief' of     ��� -  the fire sufferers.    They have already Box 17.  ".raised over ��300, and if mofe.ie needed j  '  :it will be raised,  '  lot* tor Sale,   Money���to Xoan.  L'6ts for sale in all parts of town.  Money to loan. Agent for Karh and  William's pianos. Have other, special  bargains.   Before investing Bee  , i>. J. Elmer.  Physician and Surgeon  OXFICR���FARRELL BLOCK, ',  MOYIE,     / _    '"    British Coiumbia.  City.   Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  ON THE  of a Single Fare for the round,  trip on all Kail ways, .  Fox further particulars see, posters and programs or address,  * -H. W. C. JACKSON, .,  Secy. Carnival Committee, ROSSLAND, "B. 6.  WESLEt OLI>TS, Prop.  Moyie, E. C.  : .The old townsite.ol Moyclle furnishes a splendid site for a' smelter.   It  .is convient to the mines of the district,  iind to the base of its coal supply.  There is also plenty of wood and water  ���close at hand,  and everything necea-  ���35.ry for euch a plant.  The Chicago woman who fired ./our  shots at her spouse and then sued him  for divorce oa the ground 'of desertion  aeemes unable to appreciate the delicate compliment paid by hor*" husband  "SpTICK.  Koticeisherqbygiven thet I," c'baa   ?��?n-ell  mineivntend 60 days nfror da:o to aPP2v to "��he  cliiereommtabloneroflands niifl  -^ori:?   to-  p.  special licens-eunder laud 8.-t to en nvd Vrr--  situated ia the vicinity of the uppei fticvir.  la^o to-.vit: southwest comer vcsi Mivated  about one half mile northe��t ol'aiovlo river  falls; theuce north 80 chains., thence* o��at *0  chains thonce south SO chain?, fl^u'do west 80  chalns.to place of comineacement,  ,r    ���    r. l      ��� Chas. Farrell.  Moyie, B. c. Dec. 22th 1900, 3.37_  UrTIOH BARBEK SHOP  ilsTb BATH iidbMS;    ���r.je. coiLi"xs; Fropk  Victoria Street,   ''     'MOYIE,'B. C.  Bend, YoxLt Work  1'0  iBUTOHEE SHOP.  QUEEN'S' AVENUE. ,  PISH, PLESH  AND    POWL  OF THE BESr_6tjALitY,AT t,IV.  ING PRICES.  to  .the   dangerous  "rnarksmansliirj.  accurac  ���<>'  i 3,' !  ���hi'-  i  - f _���*" ���*  \ if:  -!  <- S  ! ��� "iftf-  , '���' I. f  .-.     , NOTICE.  ^"f^^y^eathotl, D. James .Sic-  Donald, miner, intend sixty days after date to  app j to the  chief  eommisHionor of land and  I'M cutnn,la��'PCCiallICeil''e Un<ier ]fta(i ^t to  21, ?iy*���y timber on tb^ following  described lands situated in tho vicinity of he  upPer  Moyie   ]ake towlt.   Bmlh  QBs\  c6i���  it the annual meeting of.the asaooi-  Z%T?iT Si��� h^" ^��rth v'est of ih��  ...              ^ojio rnor fails: theneo west  eight   cbaiu*.  hence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to  the place ot commencement.  ,,".'. ���   s- JP-"no3r-Ici)onald,  Moyie, E. 0. Dec. 22th 1900 3.37  "f  mm.  Bread deliyered '        '  to any part of the city.  |     THE   PROSPECTOKS^   EXCHANGE       &  3   r'lT4PwnwefK'i"S!"iciJ'?iliiri"=rae"ar�� "guested to. maka tho  BX-  -���?  .C44A,��� their headquarters when iri Jfolson. ���' '.  u aii samples should.be seal bv iinm** PKB-PA-rn  -,    Oorreapoadence solicited.   M^sSi l^^tions td  ��;... ���     ���    ��    A&DBEJT F. ROSENJ3ERGER>  Telephone ^ 104. P. 0. Box 700. .\    ; , . ��� i,ELS0^ fc 0<       j  Whore it  will be Done  Satisfactory.  '     P. LUTNEK, Pitop. .  GOOD WORK,  PEIOES  REASONABLE  ated boards of trade to be held m  ���Greenwood'oh the ^Lh, -\ViIl offer a  resolution urging the Dominion government to encourage' the establishment of a lead refining works by a  grant for a term of years of a bounty  of .$3 per ton upon all 'lead of Canadian origin emelted and "refined-in  Canada.  The secret ia out.' It has often been  noticed that the barbers express extreme views on civic, political and  other affairs,. Now the facts are barbers are the most moderate men m  their viev/a really., but by expressing  strong and extreme opinions they are  likely to raiso tuoir customers hair,  and it is no secret that when a person's  hair Btaudo bn end it is easier  to   cut.  . NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that f, Malcolm Grant,  of Moyie, B.. C. contractor, intend 30 dav��  after date to apply to the chief commissioner of  lands and works ' for a special license under  land acts to cut and carry p.way timber on th��  following described lands, situate in the vicinity of Moyie aforesaid, to wit: The couth east  corner post of s-ud lands ia situated about tb-c  miles west of the lower end of uPpor Moyie  lake and soulhoI-Lamb creek, ihenec 480 chain  west, thoncera chains north, thence-ISO chainb  east, thence20 chains south to point of com-  mcucement; containing 1,000 acres or therely.  SIALCOLH C'li/XT  -Moyie, 2ith November, wco. -i oo  THE  LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shop.  Hot', Cold and Vapor Baths.  Opposite  Cosmopolitan    Hotel  W. L. FOISY Prop.  nis, CAKES Am ETC,  Alwats oh EIand,  A^SLINN, Prop.  AST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  ilreated ��� Waters, of all  MOYIE DAIRY.  Freeh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guaranteed.  Mrs; Adelaide Dill, Prop.  Slothing,  Gents9    Furnishing^  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, [Etc.  COME AND SEE TJs.  Victoria,Ays., MoYitf. B. 0  1T0E TITE CHOICEST BRAKES OF  '.'y'-y  "We arc not much of a gporl."  says  a Kansas editor, "but when we meet a  cinch in the road we recognize it.    We  had made the following bargain with a  friend yesterday:    We were  to stand  at a given point   half   an   hour   and  watch   the   ladies   who  passed.    For  every   lady   who   readied   her  hand  pack to sec if hor skirt was gaping  or  ���tuck it under her belt, we were  lo�� receive a nickel.   For   every   one   who  failed to do so in walking'a! block  we  .���wer��ipgivb.;h.i_in   a   dime.    Wo; got  ���sixty- two���nicl-.-les. from him   and "gave,  him cne dirn.e-,i.a lady with both  arms  SOTICii.  NoMccfsihercby  siren   that  f, Thomas Ily-  l��iml, rancher, Moyie, B. C, intend  thirty days  a ter .IhU, to apply   to the   chief commiaaloaor  ofJPndsandvorJsaforahpcciol license  under  laud nets io cut aud convey Umber on the following described lauds situated iu flic vicinity  [oiMoyieufoi-^id, towit:   The  northeast corner post of una lied, is situated nbout one aud  oue-i-clf. ,ni!e, from  the   webt   .side  of  uppef  -Moyie lake at the  upper   end thereof;  then"e  &ouih 120   clialu-:,    thence   won   SO   cha"ng,  thence north 120 chains, theuce oait SO  chains,  to p:ace   oi commencement,  containing  l 000  acres or therly.  ���     . THOMAS HYLAND,  iioyie, 21 th Ko'-ombcr, 1900.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens.  CALL 'AT THE  Cabinet Cigar Store  j. I. MoIHrbSH, Pbof.  QCSBK'B Avrtue. MOYIE, 13. C.  T. V. LOWNEY^Proprietoi4,,  Miners  headquarters.-g Good   accommodations ^for travelers.  jiliijuore tnd oigara kept,in etock.- J '  Lake Shore Addition  Beat   winei  m  &  3-33.  "Off'came aipng"  r   The . victoria   Timce^uggeSiE   that  .("Jim-'-Hill "should   be   granted     an  entrance   luty South-East  Kootenay  dpjcan.se he does Hot seek a subsidv of  KOTIOE.  Xotico is JicilIjj- given that J. Anthony O'Kelly,  of Moyie, B.C., intends thirty days after date to  apply to tlitf chief 'commissioner' of .landa: aDd  works for a.spqeial license under land  acts   to  to cut and carry away timber on the fo"oiving  'described������ lands, situated, is , the  vicautv  of  Moyie aforesaid, [tovMt: -The ,uorthec.3t comer  post of said lauds is situated near the upper end  of uppe:.' Moyiolttke frontibf '^ai'd' lake on the  west.  R1cie   thereof; thence south' 240  cteiiis  thensowest-lOchHiiis, (hrnf-j north 240 chains',  lhoi.ee.east 40^.Bjusj   <��� "ph^o ,of  commenc"  merit containinrj i .000 acres or theceby.  ',    ANTHONY 0'S.BLLY,  Ao-jiij, 2Jth 1'ov. J00O., '  .?,.&; :  Th<* only1 house   in   East   Koolaay    *  iiealed. throughout, witi^hotair. ^  First claos?in" every respect. Special  rates to boarders. Good sample, room  for commercial men.  I  *  >W^"w  0SI0P01ITAN  HOTEL   ������  European plan.    Opon day and night  XS. H. SJttAIX Projl,  -f-O^���  NELSON,  B, C  BOOTS    MI)    SHOES  , Eepaired and Made to brd'Qr.  : .,,-./.;,,......;.   : ..';��� ;;���(",  R, A.-SMITH,      Wnvie  K��AE MacEACUBEN <fc MiODOlSrALDg.  HEAVY TEAMING  Bagqagh/    Exrrass   and    General  Djsliveiiy*      '   '������.'���."'  CRANBROOK, - -,] B. O.  4  i  ���f  i  4  fe^r s^S^ls^i-r. s&t^&tesS, rf^tV.ti^rf, ^ .^^^^ BQa&ztrxtrjto^ & J  TQE; mflM  MOYIE,  SUBSOEtBE. FOR   THE  LEADER.  ADDRESS  a32*  tr?  1MELSOF,  ���?  ir* "."ViftJ"  i^riiirJu  , f i  .  5i \ ,    i  '���w l'.,y">ti ���  (,.;,��� a *?-M  "^|S ed  "r^l^ th  . 'ji<;v;;M- pn  ���   -';-��>'SK' til  ::^m ho  .^^^ la<  !:'%|& po  WSSjaiitaiiamBaSBWaaKat fcPiiia™-. -	
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»;STHE MOYIE f LEADER.
'  MOVIE,    23.    C.
MfMtm
TOOK  hIM FOH  A   LUNATIC.
fcliord 'ItuKst'Jl'N   Hiiierlence   WltU   a
^f'"K _     Country Luiidlord.
n   one   occasion   Lord   Chief  Justice
.^Russell,  was   at  Slirevrslmry   on   circuit
.jfduty.   The assiz'.s concluded  ou   Satur-
^iday, and tiie-lorc' chief justice, who had
^brought a horse with him, decided, upon
'^riding u> Clmrch Stretton' noted iu those'
S'jpnrts for its tug private lunatic asylum,
l-'and   then   proceeding   to   Hereford,   the
>;»ext assizes town   He.stopped, however.
%M£®j$>at a  hamlet ouliide  Stretton.  and,   dis-
i%^$B§"jj,mounting at the <ooi- of the only inn, told'
t^fj^P't'-the landlord to utend to lus horse.'" The '
*~ '"      ''r'landlonJ's 'method of performing his task '
f^p^fdifi  not   please  lis  lordship,   who  spoke
ikfi^^mjehis mind freely ti him.   liaving entered
i'.v&g^tthe  house,   Lord jltussell   brusyuely,   as
l^M'WJiiiw'as hi.-*-wont, udu'd  the host what he
B^£mM'/vo\-il(i hare to eat.!
ffcmy^£k- "Some bz-cad i
"*"$&ill?-
r5fflfflfflffiPve lt-
^WW- "D° y°U know ^10 X alh?" thulltler<?cl
Sll^srthe judge.   "I am tie- lord chief justice of
jjfjjjjgEngJaud." - '     '
. %J§|§V, In 'he course of this conversation the
^r^Klnndlonl kept cautitusly by the door, hn-
,2&^^^;inedi:UeIy   ou ' Lord KusseJl   announcing
f^'^M^of the room, locked I he door and'rushed
BORN OP A GRUMBLE.
A TOOTHSOME MORSELOFTHE EARLY
DAYS IN   OHIO.
ani cheese," was the ,re-
jfe<sTyhr.«i|^.. "i S(?e sonlo haqon,the sideboard,   Let
['the have some auJsome bread," said his
rdsliif). ■-. "
mf "ludci-d. I won't"".replied the landlord.
ij&It is for suppef.uid you biuna goiu to
4,f^S|limself as lord cbiel justice be bolted out
I'-^M^of the r<iom,nlockedilie doc     >■-■-■>-   '
fV:;4gts?"__|.hren[lil('ss into • th| polic<
^M011111'1'11 St ret ton. teling the
•^i-^j^igSpatieni h,-id eacunedn-oui the asylum dud
*^;|li^ii?%>a9 in u" dangci'oiH condition lit bia
,fe^5|*^house. The police" vent to the inn. The
K^fe&'-j-fi'iP^i'i'nc'ndoiit ciui'ons'y opened ' the
i'fj^^si door nnd   was horHled  to find  that  the
^supposed lunatic wn-jrcally Lord Russell.
.„_ ,M Ti'ofnj-e and pi-ofoiml apologies followed.
fffjc"||^g,hut the lord cliief 'jisticc rode away in
|>M^ra@;'?""''at indignation.--A-fmnaut.
*!fwl How'sjThis?      ,  '
"'^^^^[fi' "VVe <ffer On' J-luiid'Kl Dollars Rcrvrnrd for
';,S'<»S^ai»"y Cu<c of Cat-u-ih liat cannot L-«-cured by
»P&3&m&Ha.U'* Catarrh Cure .   ■
business transactions,
rry out any obligation
I' ^WJfpsKWxsT & Tjir/AX, W hole^c'Druffglsts.Tolcdo.O.
Ui^gf-yfwjWAWixo.    KisrSAH   &  ULARYUt,   Wholesale
tnk.vn internally, act-
bood and miicons eur-
bottle. Sold
l^yti^vgi^fw'''Minister Wu made    many pointed
'i|f^^^^?t?n^a'"-,"sV'  said the  observant board-
•*i>*mm&ii®> -^"i-errogaUon pointed,"  added tht>
i.^wl^tcross-eyed b»arder. .    .     <
Montreal.   FreB"Bui. Am.
P. tl.:>0 up.    E. P.fl.OO ea.
^^Peotel Balmoral,
OlLr-BURNTNG- ENBINES.
By  the  end   of the    year  coa'   w51
;?i;1?tMISjaot  be used   on any    of  the  locoiuo
t^l'J^Mtives in the State of. California.
\"i^Rag^&the. engines are being  converted   ii
^Hgbil burners. '       '
M#fM^*-A      l^OC/AnA,     FACTOKY, Montreal
'*$mEm       =     :	
AIL
ito
, -,'M.«&W'
Tnlce Tour Choice.
The   Buddhists  believe .that   bappl-
|;^#|^p. ness, Kicvana, consists in self eCace-
|,;;vj|pi^t merit,'  oblivion.    Tlie .Vajung-  BnddUas
'"'■'"    HI,'"' began  life  by  sitting  unsupported   in
the air just after Liirth.   Their mothers
attained    Nirvann    immediately,    and
they, the Duddlias, reached Nirvana in
various ^neer ways.
One earnest Buddha, one cf the earliest of tho long Hue, earned tho '"Xibbu-
ta"' as follows: -  ■' -
A hawk was about to devour a small
bird. Said-the BuddluV to, the bird of
prey: -      '
"I beseech thee,' leave this little creature in peace. ' 1 will give tlieo its
weight from my own flesh.-"'   -;- - -
Down from beaven c-auie a pair of
scales, and the transaction was Accomplished. .The small bird sat on one side
of'the scales, and the L'nddha 'began
putting slices of his body into the other
side, while the bird of ')rey looked on
with an evil eye.- .a.s the Buddha carved himself up the little bird seemed to
get heavier and heavier. The beam of
the scales did uot move until the Inst
particle of the saint's body was put In
tho scales.
The Buddhists' leRC-nds do not tell
how the saint managed to carve up his
last few fragments, hut that is not Important. Which do you think.was hap"
pier, the Buddha who entered into Nirvana as the little bird flew away or the
bird of prey that made a hearty meal
of the saint's flesh and  sailed oft* de-
mm
• >;]■«»•""
"if**
s'/.^!3r
lighted   with  his  bargain?
"Every   dog"  lias  his   day   and   every
man has his hobby.
Vlsiejjnr I'lc, :itnl How It Was Made,
and Slow rt .Caxiie to Be-Mndo, und
Uo-iy tlso >lnti AVlio Ii*2rat Bit into
Ii Described  It to Ills Friends. *"
'•"nTheii one understands Imw pie is the
glad epiphany of the'soul's yeaiuju- n r
beauty of living, a& it weic. the bad tip
of a plant groping, its way urr.vuid lit>
tween" the dull, hard clods to ^imllgiit
jxu6 the ah-, .he understands also h-j\v
some kinds of pie have a story to (ell—a
pathetic story for (hose who cm app-c-
c-iate," says IJarvey 'Sutherland iu Ains-
leO's. •      - -. _.
"In .the early days of Ohio (here was
a ..vinegar'pie. A-paste was made •>£
floui- and water. ICnough vinegar w.is
added to give it a pleasant tartness, nnd
sugar was stirred in to suit the taste.
Then this was,,used as a filling for the
top and bottom crust, Smile if you can
at this poor effoit, but bethink you who
it was that made it and where and why.
We may set the scene in a log cabin in
the wild woods of the Western l".e.-serve
and people it with, settlers from C.nine;t-
k'ur, an ambitious hin.b.ind and his young
wife who-have left heh'nd them fhe'r'l.!
folks at home, knowing .that 'they will
never look upon their faces inoic. They
have come the long, long journey in 1h"ir
covered waiTon to I be far west of <).,ii
to seek a homo in the wilderness. Ti.o
Indian*"! are but'barely,gone. The tiinLie.-
wolves stiihhowl nights while the youir,'
mutlier,hushes her babe to rest. In the
twilight bears sim'He at the doorsiil ol"
tlie rude eabin. It wiis a sufli, h-r:t shelter from the weather, hut no rug cn-pel"
covewd tlie puncheon floor to soothe th''
eye with its eoloi ing, no pictures hung
upon the mud 'chinked wall of' logs.
There was no luck of food to cat. Tlie
virgin soil, never before turned by a
plowshare, brought forth riotously. Standing at, his door, the husband might kill
wild turkeys; with bis lifle. There was
ganie in plenty, deer nlul sqairrt-N. possums, wild duck, wood pigeons and. oure
in a, long while; a, feast of that iiio^t
highly prized of all meats, pork. W.'ld
berries grew, all-about, and here and
there upsprang a tree planted by Johnny
Appleseed, nigged., wild enthusiast thai'
be was, almost a legend\.y he;o in Irs
beneficent resolve to scatter far and wide
oyer, the-now, country the best fruit ever
Ood gave to man. , There was plenty to
eat.' but when at las) the store of fruit
for winter was exhausted the soul sickened at the plenty of mere nnimal food.
1 " 'I woosh' 'twas so't we could bev pie
luck them we use to git back burn,' .sighs
tho husband. _, .
'''Land sakes, Uiiah Kinney! I ain't
got one mortal thing 1 could make a pie
flout of,' retorts 'he,wife.        '" ,   <
" 'No, <I s'pose not. I ain't a-fau!tin
ye. I was unly savin I woosh 'twas so't
wo could hcv a pie luck thom'Ve used to
git back hum. 'Twould kind o'.se'eni
more luck livin.' '        '    -
"Then the wife falls to biting the end
of her forefinger. She plans: she mt'di-
tates. O woman of a'thousand wonderful inventions! Something has got to
give when thy brain throws its weight
against a problem! Result,In^lhi» in
stance, a vinegar, pic!      ■ __
"'Gosh, Tolly" this is:lickin po'od!' exclaims the, husband., wiping his moat')
with one,hand while lie holds out the oth;
er for a third piece of pie. (Crnekeiy was
scarce in' those days.) Then he spreads
■ the news.
'•' "liy darn,' says he to the next.man he
meets, 'my Tolly Ann niech n pie f'° mc
day b'fore yistiddy was the all Gredesf
host pie 1 ever et.'
" "Sho!' doubts the man that hears
him. 'Can't git nup pie this time o' ye'r.
b"i-ut'r= all gin aout.' -   °
."'•'B.v daru, she mod it anyhow.' And
he smacks'his lips. 'Smartest woman I
ever see. Med it faout o' vinegar, sho
did.   'Tell yeou, tetched the spot, it did.'
" 'I want to kuow,' says the other man
admiringly. _ ,And he did. The recipe
was passed around, and vinegar pie
spread like wildfire to the southward, to
the people that cal^a pail a bucket and a
basin a pan and where they harca letter
V bioad enough and flat enough to roll
out pie crust on in case of an emergency.
Years have passed and with them the
memory of that dear soul that first discovered vinegar pic; yes, even vinegar itself has passed away, too,' save in the
recollections of the older people, so complete is tLie triumph of the self sealing
-fruit can. 1 have used tho name of Kin-
,ney. but that was because I thought it
sounded kind of Yankee,-but I should
like to know her real name and where
she sleeps that I might stand, beside that
weed grown hollow that was once a
mound.above her, that I might read the
mossy epitaph on her leaning tombstone:
"A Faithful Friend, * Mother Dear,
A Loving Wife lies buried here.
"I  should  like to lay  a  posy on that
grave,   a   posy   of   o54   fashioned   single
■ art WXat .■»,« tjaj; w
piai;-; ar.u phlox and Sweet William, flow-
ei* iij.i! she knew a;.d liked, I a:n sure
(die would kno'w of it and appieciate it,
th-iugh she would protest it wasn't worth
Vtl.de making a fuss about. Vet I know
'bat .somehow ' she would feci that the
haul times she bad when, they were all
d'twri with (he 'fever V ager.' she and
Jenisby and Uriah chilling one day and
Adoniiaii] and the twins chilling the next
day. and (he cows got lost in the woods,
and nothing tasted good, they were all so
pnorly. and the house looked like distraction because, H'cm like, she hadn't the
ambition to keep it picked up—that some-
bow all that haid time was being made
up to her. now. 1 just know she is in the
good place, not. so much because she dis-.
cuvered the, vinegar pie", though that is
much, but because 1 don't see how the
Good Man could ever have the heart to
turn away any woman That brought up a
family in Ohio away back,in the *airly
days.' "
IlAItDNESS OF HEAD.
The hard-headed woman of today
affects to be well content with herself, but we fancy she ha-s moments
of misgivings, when she is dressing
up to go on the,street and it becomes
necessary to thrust a hatpin through
her head.
EMIGRANTS FOii AUSTR vL "A
Xcarly 500 emigrants «. day *.r*
being shipped by agents of the government of Queensland from En-r";uid
to' Australia. For every adult shipped an agent gets £2.50, and^for
every child h? is paid' £1.25.
LA GRIPPE'S VICTIMS
A, Bit of Irl*h  Wit.
Lord Morris, who had one of the richest Hibernian brogues ever beard outside
of the flreenjsle, was once deploring to
Father Il^tily. the celebrated' wit, the
fact I hat. on the occasion of a certain
marriage, he had neither rice nor an old
shoe to throw after the happy couple.  '
"Atrail, my • lord," exclaimed, h'athcr
'Iloa'y. '-why didn't you throw your
biogue after them7"
In Ireland,'readers may be reminded,
a Lioot is known as a "brogue.".—London
Answers.   '
If'you avoid making predictions, yon
will.often avoid making yorhself ridiculous.—Atchison ("lobe.
ARE   LEFT'WEAK.',   SUFFERING
AND DESPONDENT.
TEAS Fil CEY1GI Al INDIA
ARE CLEAN AND PURE. JAPAN'S ARE COLORED WITH WHAT? THINK!!. If you want
pure, wholesome and economical tea, either green or
black, use only
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lie whose main hope is that he shall
die rich has begun to dig the grave of his
nobler faculties.
Tie SIiihk IInbit.
'Tis a hideous practice, iliis usinpr of slangl       _
A blot on the language \vu spkl! ' '
The bells of prosre&sivciu-.i never yet rang
A mure im-xeubable peal!,,
The mouth it pollutes of the old and the younp
With, its vilely, contaminate touch; ,,    '
Makes a flippant, clegtnci.ite flave of the tongua
When it once gets into its clutchl
Itjtlirows all politeness clear off of the trackl
Our delicate instincts it rips up the back!
Young fellows Just starting upon a career
That promises honor and fame,
Whose trail seems a  smooth one,  whose heaven*
are clear,
Who hold all the trumps in the game,
Pall into the habit 6o damnably rank.
Their language is that of the slums!
They toy with the monster while trying- toyack
Prom the tree ol distinction the plums.
Their shining escutcheon of language, they stain*   '
"With the foulness of slang!   Oh, it gives us tpaial
A maiden as fall as trie blush of a rose,
A gem of the sex that-we love,
A model of grace from her head to her toes.
As sweet as a sprite from above,
Will riddle her chinning with hideous things, '
, With bum phraseology till
Tlie language she so lnad\ertently slings     '  '
.Would ghc a radaver a chilli ,   .
I"ach flower of speech is attached to a bur
Of slang, and that's just what's the matter frith
her!
And even the old, whom we ought to revere.
Knock our,true veneration to wreck ,
By giving the language we all hold so dear
.  A chickeny slash in the neckl
The ones who aB shining examples should pose
As models of good for the \oung »
Lose  respect   for  their  training,   and  eyerytbiiiy
poci, - " ". _       '   ,
As their slang1 they fire off from.the tongue,
And,  though 'at  their slang  ridden  spielings  m
scoff '
JThey keep it a-cotning and never ring offl    ■
Oh, we who believe in the chasteness of speech
'   Sit doy.-'n on this idiot lad—   . ■■
Tins slime covered pebble that litters the beaeb
Of purity; pive it the gad!
If all will unite in a vigoious war
'   And hustle for all we aie worth.
We'll knock out the habit we all so abhor,
<, Just 'make it get off of the earth!
If we all make a pass at tne dizzy deal, we—
Well, sayl    We just won't do a. thing to it!   Seef
i _ - v —Denver Poet.
. Susi>i<_'ioaa>.
, ""What you doing with your savings
bank, Willie?"
"Bustiu. it open to see how.much pa'«
te£t Jja ttl"—New York World.   '
There  A:-e  Such.
"That man has spent .ill his life wasting bis unquestionable talent ami ignoring opportunities foi- success."
' "Yes." answered Miss, Cayenne; "he
bus a positive genius for wresting defeat
from the jaws of victory."—Washington
Star.
A 2iovii Scutlan "Who Wnt Attacked Al-
ji!Oht Gave Up liopo of ltecuvcry—ilia
Experience of Value toOthe'H.
From the Enterprise, 3iridgew.iterI.N.S.
Mr. C. B. Johnson is about US years
old,  a gold litlijer  by  occupation, .Js
well known about' the mining camps
in''   these   parts   and   is  , thoroughly
posted in his business.   Not long ago
Mr.   Johnson, chanced   to   be in Porter's     drug  store,    in     Bridgewater,
when  a  case of  ilr.   Williams'   'Pink
Pills  was  being,,opened,   and  he    remarked   to  this     clerk :     ",I  saw   the
..time  whun  a  dozen    boxes    of. those
pills were of more value to me than
the  best gold mine  in the country."'
A reporter of  the Enterprise happened   to     hetfr"    AH-.  Johnson's     rather
startling'    remark    and     naked why
he  spoke     so    highly    of    the    pills.
Mr. Johnson's statement was as follows;    "About four years ago I was
attacked   with   la  grippe which' kept'
me from work about  three weeks.    I
did  not  have it very  hard  apparently,  but it left me weak all the same.
Anyhow,   after   losing   three   weeks   I
concluded   to go  i'o work again.  The
mine'J  was  working in was  making
xl good deal of ws.ier and I got wet
tho first  day.   That     night     the old
trouble came back, with the addition
of a severe  cold.   I managed   to get
rid  of'the  cold,   but  the whole force
of the disease settled in my stomach,
kidneys   and   joints,   and   boils  broke
out .on my body and limbs.    My back
■was so  weak I could  scarcely stand
alone,  while food  in every form distressed me, and I became so nervous
that any  unusual  noise  would  overcome me.    , I  tried ' several  sorts  of
medicine,  but none .seemed' to do any
good.   I   went   to  see  a  doctor.   His
medicine helped me at first,  but after
a short time lost  its effect.  ITc then
changed   the medicine,   but  with    no
better   result.      About .this     time   a
clergyman who  called    at     the house
advised me to'_ try Dr.   Williams' Pink
Pills.   I'got "a box  and .used   them,
but  thej- did  not materially     benefit,
mo. 'I had been ,aow some weeks.idle
and   was   feeling   desperate.    A  friend
otrcmgiy auvised me to go to' a hospital 'for   treatment  and  I had   just
about;, decided     to     do so  when    an
acquaintance    learning    J  had'taken
but  one ""box  of .the   pills . -suggested
that  l  shauld   try three   Doxes(jrioro
before, giving ; them   up.   The   matter
«f money decided me  on trying    the
pills   again.   I   got   three  boxes   and
when used I was quite a bit-improved,   could   eat  light,  nutritious food,
slept   better,     and     felt     noticeably
stronger.    But I was still an unwell
man.   As  the pills were doing a good ,
work, however, I sent for eight boxes
more.      I continued using them    till
all were gone, Avhen -I felt that 1 was
restored   to  health.   All  my  stomach
trouble had disappeared,   I was fully
as fleshy as before the first attack of
la grippe,   my  nerves  were solid . as
ever,  and I knew  that    work would
give.'strength to my muscles.   'So, after  about, six'    months.,   J     went   to
work again and have not had 'a sick
day since.    One  dozen  boxes  of    Dr.
Williams'   Pink   Pills   saved   my   )ifa
and gave me better health since than
1 had before, and that is why 1 said
they   were   worth   more   to   mc   than
any gold mine, for all that a man hast
he w'll give for his life."
'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure by sro-
mg to the root of the disease.'"They
renew and build up the blood, nud
strengthen tho nerves, thus driving
disease from the system. If your
dealer does not keep thorn they
will be sent postpaid at 50 cents a
box, or six boxes for S2.50 by addressing the Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co.,' Brockville,  Ont.
LOOKED 'LIKE  MARK TWAIN.
A  Story tin- Soivd   flnjuorint Told si
ltlH  Ovvis  Kxpciise. i
Mark Twiiin once h.ul a unique experience in New York, ami this is the nory
as lie told it to a reporter:
"I wns coming up in a car of the'elevated road. Very few people were in
tbat, and on one end of it there was no
one except on the opposite side, where
sat a man about GO years old with a
mo.-t winning face and an elegant eye, a
beautiful eye, and I took bim from hi?
di-ei-.s to be u master mechanic, a man
who had a Vocation. He bad with him
a very little cliild of about 4 or 5 years.
I wsi watching the affection which existed between the two. I judged he
,.mn the grandfather, perhaps. It was
really a pretty child, and I was admiring her, and as soon as lie saw 1 was admiring herhe began to notice me.
"I could ,«oe his admiration of me In
his eye. and I did what nnybody else
would do—admired the child four times
as nuicu°, knowing I would get four times
as much of hin admiration,. Things went
on very plens.'mtly. I waa making my
wiy into his heart.
"By nnd by, when he almost reached
the station where he was'to get off; he
got up, crossed over nnd, said, 'Now,
I am going to fay something to you which
I hope yon will regardcas a compliment.'
"And then he went on to say: 'I have
never seen Murk Twain, but I have seen
a portrait of him, and any friend of mine
wiJl tell you when I have once seen c
poitiait of a man I place it'iu my eye
and store it away iu my memory, and I
can toll you now that you look enough
like Mark Twain to be his brother. Now,'
he said, 'I hope you take this as a compliment.'
" "Ortainly,' I said. 'I take it as more
thttn a. compliment. .Yes,' I said, 'this
is the proudest moment of my life to be
taken for Matk Twaia, for most'men are
always wishing to look like some great
man. General Grant. George Washington or like some archbishop or other, but
all my life I haro wished to look like
.Mark Twain. Y"es,' I said, 'I have wished to look, like that synonym, that symbol of all virtue and all purity, whom you
have just described: I appreciate it.' ,
"IIe_ said, 'Yes, you arc a very ''good
imitation, but when I come to look closer
you are probably not that man.' I said:
'I will be frank with you. In ray desire,
to look like tbat excellent character, I
have dressed for the character; I 'have"
been playing a part.' lie said: 'That is
a.11 right; that is aU'right. ■ You IookVery
well.on the outside, but when it comes to
the inside you are »ot• in-it'with. 1«"ae-
original.' "'
OJ_D EVEN THEN.
When King Solomon broached ths
subject of matrimony, 'the Queen of
Sheba laughed  merrily.
"I have a parrot that swears and'
a monkey  that     chews     tobacco,  so
what do   I  want with a husband ?"
site exclaimed  with an, arch look.
"Chestnuts !" roared Solomon, de-'
precatingly.
The king also  called her majesty's,
attention   to   the     fact  that  tobacco,
was   not     yet     discovered,   but     the
queen  wa.s    not  to  be shaken   in  her
determination.
BRIGHT SIDE.
"I'm rather glad, now," soliloquized the illustrious admiral, "that I
didn't get that nomination for president. I wouldn't have had a shred
of reputation left by-this time.,
ins CHANCE. -
She—Did you everrhunt the,)Adirondack deer ?
He  (with a, gasp)—No,  dear.
Lots of people who are inclined to'
do good keep putting it off until tomorrow.        , «■
lest finiK'nts, Drums, Unlfoims, JEtc.
EVERY T8WN   CAN HAVE A  BAND.
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5CL illustratiou-s mailed free. Write U3 for anything in ">lu.-,le or iluM, al Instruments.
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E. BBYXAa, yeneral Agent, is»l Thistle- stieet,
Winnipeg-. ,
Mamifiicturecl by TITOS. LEE, Winnipeg,
The Ontario Northwest Acetylene Gas Co.,      c
Winnipeg—   • >
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I can say that it is much more sim< 1j sati-stac-
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than any machine that I have seen. I hare Just
nut oat two other machines that were utter
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Manufactured bv. Xortli-ivciit Aeetvleiic Gas
'.' Co., 3!2 Princess "Street, Winnipeg. • ,   ."
A New1 Cream
Separator.
I am. introducing one this year of 7ery superior merit, and if you buy without writing
for my descriptive Catalogue, you will be
doing yourself a great injustice.'
Wm     &r>nfr      200 Paclnc Avenue,
,, Tt ill.  OuUbb,       ,    WIXNIPliO.
The tfncTiHtoinary.    ,   '     '
The citizen evinced the utmost dejection.    ,        ' "°
"No," he said, "tho burglars left absolutely1 nothing, not even the customary evidences that their'work was
or "was not the work of adopts!"
„ Hitherto the police had listened with
indifference, but now they started violently and exchanged glances aud held
whlsperoJjonsDUaUou. MCCnllOGll  &  BOSPll   the^ufloc°h
An Innovation. ■ Racing and Hockey Skates, have removed
-Great  Explorer—Yos, 'I   shall   intro- _* fromSJlOMcDeiinottSt. tolS9 Lombard St.,
dnce a'few new ideas into my next po- , opMicIn^yre Elk., Winnipeg.
lar expedition.
Interviewer— YYhnt 'are they?
Great Explorer—Well, I will go on
my lecture tour before starting on the
expedition, and perhaps I will have my
book printed while I am away iu order
to save time, and I intend sending thf
relief expedition out at'once, with in
itructions to wait where I can find it-
Baititnore American.
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la Rheumatism of the face.
'Uric Acid left in the blood
by    disordered    kidneys
. lodg-cs   along-   the   nerve
•which, branches from tha
«yo over the forehead, and
across the  cheek   to  the
side  of  the   nose; :   The
causo is the same as in all
Rhetumatism— disordered
'Kidneys. The cureia likewise tho same—
By Curing Their Peculiar Ills—Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
a Surprising Restorative for Pale, Weak,
Nervous   Women.
MAKING A 'ItESORT."
A thousand men arc at^ work on, tt
barren sand beach near New York
which is to be turned 'into a summer
resort, with a huge amusement palace and several hotels. The harbor
will be created by dredging.
Ingratitude is apt to sour the milk
of human  kindness*.
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nerves. I would take shaking spells,
and a dizzy, swimming feeling would
come over. me. Night after night 1
would never close my eyes, and my
head would ache as though it would
burst. At last 1 had .'to keep to my
bed, and though niy, doctor attended
me from fall until spring, his incdi-
cinc did not helpline. I have tiow
taken .five boxes'of-.'Dr. Chase's Nerve
FOod, and it has' done me more good
than I oyer believed a medicine could
do. Words fail to express my gratitude for the wonderful cure, brought
about by this treatment.",
: Mrs. Margaret Iron, Tower Kill, .V.
B., writes: "IJrl Chase's Nerve Food
blood and revitalize the depleted ner- j has done me a world of good.   I was
As a result of much eontinement
within floors, and the consequent
lack, of fresh air and ..he .ill hi til exercise, most women not only lose much
in figure and complexion;, but also
suffer .more or less from serious bodily derangements as the result of thin,
watery .blood and exhausted nervous'
system. ' ' •. , ; . .'■'■"
■'More than -nine-tenths oftbc cases
of diseases'.peculiar to women are: directly, tliie to a weakened condition of
the nerves, and can be cured thoroughly and permanently by taking;
mild outdoor exercise, breathing
plenty of pure, fresh air and using
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to form new
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W Pure Native I'ort for Invalids, fi.35 psi gal., Jj.fc
83 doz. bottles.
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If you would like to have your house well
lighted at a minimum of cost, cheaper and
better than c.'eetricity, gas or eoal oil, write
to THE INCANDESCENT GAS LAMP Co.,
191 thistle St., Winnipeg-. Reuben Andre,
Manager.
%j«a.-Ji<?A>/,"i is       , ■» .aJvvJ
Kc^^^Sv    .•*■" .4ffi>i
vous system.
so Weak that I coulel not walk twice
It  takes  time to  build up the sys-   the length  of the house.    Since using
tern anew, to fill the shrivelled artcr- ; Dr.   Chase's Nerve Food  if-have been
I   can  walk  a
inconvenience.
ies with, new, rich blood, restore the : completely  restored,
wasted nerve cells, and  renew the ac- j mile     without      any
tivities of the bodily organs, but tho i Though 76 years old and quite fleshy,
persistent use of Dr. Chase's Nerve ,'I do my own housework, and consid-
Food will accomplish these results1 ! erablc serving, knitting and reading
and bring health and happiness to besides. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has
weak, nervous and-.suffering women.': proved of inestimable value to me."
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Tt.is brought en by neglect. You
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night
cough  or cold  in one
The Elephant—Did thoy appreciate
■••our joke'.'
The Monkey—I don't know. .Tho lion
i-o.-ired atnlthe owl hooted. '      ,
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W. N, U    308 Sruolter i'or Ka��Io. ' i  Tho smelter situation in the  British I  Columbia and Boundary districts is as-  Miniing considerable importance.    Ef- '  ",jnii are bei��g  made   to  establish   a |  einelter, independent ol the trust,   in  Jvaslo, aud it seems   th  will be  ^successful.    D.  prominent mining man of that section  was in epokaue the other day and said ���  "It looks now that a smelter is  cer-  ta-'atobebuiltinKaslo.    The citizens  ���J/ taie town are working on the1 propo-  6iMon and if they mil subscribe enough  10 buy the site and   to   help   towards  GJlEATibST MOVE.  BI  KKOIA  JU.   WISfi  I..,., "iu  .     ���      ""^""ig- pUDllc  had thrown up its hand* in horror and  had declared that to so desecrate the  memory of a loved one in such a short  time  was  sacrilege pure and simple,  .     . ���      --    f   wwurus   nnathatnoraffht-mipded woman would  organization the  mill   is a  certainty J thmk of ^s'to^ing herself .����� keipmate  and a man will be  sent  east to   flnpf    UP��? another b^ore the lamented Os-  /acquisjfion of a valuable additio^tolte";  i ranks m  tho p-rsoa of Joseph   Law-  ;'fJ n/;cc' "''^ '"-^ a remarkably'  "o��ld inlierit the n^orpor^uo'tle  ^itically-acqnired property. Mrs. ��!  8wd waa the only one who viewed the  ahZTfT I?11 alarm- S1* had never  SEf* !�� th6 1^ attoehment ex-  sting  between  her son  and the   re-  hcfS T!?r> b^ whea " d*�����* ��p��  fa���i       �� -�� .aflection ���" becoming a  family affair in which the nieco waa re-  .a  t-*J  Si  Hie proposition.,  "Everything so far  is looking   well  lor the success ;of   the   scheme.    The  information that lias been collected a*  ���1.0 an available ore supply is 0f such  a  :��ature,as to warrant tlie promoters in  bel^ving that a plant of 300 tons   per  /lay capacity, instead ,of   one   of   100  ,*onfl, as was first thought of, will   flnc]  jammediate employment,  ~���.. ��� Lmio iiu.ii a, year De-  fore when it seemed as though there  was a possibility of h*r doing such a | faTT,,,     V" ��� w" nua Dooming-a  thing and then the vacillating public S?Xl ,?"? %?'hlch iho nieco ��� re-  had thrown up its hands in horror and w ^ all-tho h��mago naturally due  had decW,l +.w ���*��� ... ���._.      .    ,4       her from on earnest, romantic youm?  man,  her fond  mother's heart ached  with an indefinable dread and she trembled at the thought of another woman  reigning supreme in her boy's life  Just after Ix>rain was 21 the decisive  (1W puma       T^, l_ ... .. ~����tb  NEW STORE  (NEW STOBF,  ���iM  '!l -'  -'���If'1''  <��      '    "!  Petrified Fish.  One' of the wonders of the ' world  is  "lo be found in Colorado, where certain  .mineral beds of  the   nature   of   slaty  ,���oal   occur.    These   beds,   containing  millions  upon   millions   of   petrified  fish, cover  hundreds of square  miles  -n  the  north-western part of the State.  .,  I hoy extend a distance ol 100 miles in j  il��e   direction   of   Green   River,   and  , "shelve out'', for 100 miles more toward  the interior of   tlie   state.   ,In   some  t'laces, says   Science   Sittings,',these  bi-ds���almost a solid mass of perfectly  fossilized /ish-J-are from 150 lo 200 feet  in thickness.    A floiat-ofegreat interest is the fact that t'iey lie about 8 000  feet above sea level;   to  which   eitent  the land is proved,to have risen. '  ���;{������'.  n l!' "> I  "1 1  !     I'  1-1.,  L      f  So Ulnkelspiol Saye.  Vun'half der.vo'rld doan'd know  vy  . id is der udder lialf von'fc  ged   off der  earth.  - Birds uf big Adders flock togetddef  -on der theater hats.  All der vorld luffs a lover-bud ,dey  are glat van he marries der gal.  If dare vas ho scandal in def vorld  some beeblea would b'e deef uhd dumb'  mid oi4jc] eggsercice.  ' _ Some mens hide dei: ligijt uiifcef a  bushel ven def bushel vdu'ld be bedder  employe holding def kindling v'ood py  der fir ouid.  j       i   , ' ^ mo k^vb.   jjouryeara  and a half was hardly sufficient time  for a person to attein a state of frigidity  reckoning by Lebanon standards.* But  when her cousin, who had been visiting  her for a short time, went bock east and  the severely censured widow very clear-  y  demonstrated  that her intentions  had been entirely misunderstood, Lebanon  collectively and individually, began to lean toward the other side of the  SrT-/1^ " irasn't lonff ttf* ^ had  jumped clear over and was equally Jpud  In its renunciations of a woman who  rcTooelfl,8hly ^aoldiBg. the lighTot  er comely countenance from some poor  fa.S?Tri,Wh0ee P^h ^^tneediliuS-  ming by her presence.  ^v>^rhapS thex��no ^TBorv fa aJ1 Lebanon  OnZZv* "ST* s���er<*y grieved by Mrs.  Osgood s oft- repeated   and  evidently  meant,assertion that she had no desire  to renounce her widowhood was Joseph  Lawrence    Lawrence was a retired pol-  ltieiau, %vho for toe twenty-odd years  [ had served his,, country in one capacity  and another,   but who  had   at  last  grown tired of Originating and executing schemes for tho party's aggrandizement and had settled down on the proceeds realized,  which,  though  large  were not commensurate with, the pro-,  digious amount of work which he had  conscientiously performed. He had W  looked with covetous eyes on Mrs. Os-  pood, and even when the report that she  had pronounced her ultimatum in re^  gard to second marriages was trippint?  from  tongue to tongue,   the natural  buoyancy of his nature prevailed and  he bolstered up his spirits with the  hope that tho widow had wiseiy de-  clined io set up, the true secret of'her  heart to be peeked at by social daws'  Hope did not allay suspense, however'  and  in order to relieve the troubled'  state of his mind he decided to, content  himself no longer with second-hand decisions,  but to apply directly to the  court of justice as administered by the  widow; for a verdict:  Mr. Lawrence's te^rience as apolK  ����s!r��emit   W,n^^--Utre^o  Jr?0^'" ^ Cried' and"he d*w the  trim figure up close beside him, "I've  ^ fo.Vou-��lariou8 news.   Tm to  be married, mother, soon/'  to^M^^0^'   Sheev��n ceased  "S?^  ' JUt Bhe did not atls^r.  . S d��n tyou ^ something, mother?" helaugdied, raising her palf drawn  f-e?fand  kissihg her! -   -fi&f?S  "Hie joy thai quivered, in every line  ^Jf ^yLsh faC6 touc^ herhean  and for his sake she' tried to colSeSTi'  JSJ?* h��pe<i X 6houId not ieBr that  S ��� mKDy ^ year'" flhe diapered,  but your happiness has always been  mine,-you know.'* .  "Dear mother �� he murmured, fond^  r3' ofrcour8e youiknow whom she is-  Irene Lawrence. Her people are more  than delighted With the match; Theoltl  "mail is espocisJly elated. The'fact is  mother, I think he,has b^nSeTrhne  mover m assisting me to win her ��  lea^baSwT;8 ^^ t����ka "^  Kh^dn7^^^^ "t  mi?nLWere ^^^ ** ^6 ^y sum-  .mer and went away for ,q abort tour'  hrough tho west.    The Sunday X  ^aJ't?^? j066Ph ^'^nce, protected by a double-plate armor of ��lf-  aasumnce, made his secondTall 0^ S  Osgood.   He found her sitting nSrttS  .ame window against whose^t tt  wholesome beauty had been ailhSuettS  on the occasion of his first propW'  His heart was less flurried thanTSc  flrst day   but his method of WW  h%iyrs^Phf^hod^-  ' "M5S- Osgood," he said, <'do you re-  iTthfT ,^ JiUl? -^ Wtaon v^ had  in this self-same place six years ago.^  Great sobs lodged in her throoVand  ^he. coughed a reply...His own SmSy  Which'tune, please Heaven, will zW  A complete line  of Hockey and  Club skates. Also Hockey sticks  now in stock.  0. H. MINER  Tmemithing and   plumbing in  con-  ,     nection.  fcOYIE'S  LEADING  HOTBL,  On buying any inferior boots  when you can depend on g-ettine-  Zer7?h��nsJ* the boot^nd shol  line of first'class quality and at  very LOW PRICES at our store '  This  week  we make big reductions in  boots ,hd shoes add will  soil you a  BOOT     FOR  $5.00  4.00'  3.50  3.00  2.50  2.00  The best of accommodations  ���    for the traveling public.  McMahon Bros., Props.  JOSEPH NJETDJEEHTAbT, PtoV.  Lager beorsold  by the  Keg or dozen  bottles. ,     ' -  Bottled Beer  in Stock.. .,  u  U.oo  3.20  2.80  2.40  2.00  1.60  -K, J-. WW  -Kemember, Vre sell yon a boot that-will  fit.   investigation   and     comparison  solicited.  YOURS FOR VALUE,  STORES A* CRANBROOK 'AND MOVIE  MOYIE B. C.  Are Now Open and Rekdy For  Business With a FulLJLine of  Staple and Fancy ;  You are Invited to Inspect Stock,  ticianhadbre^lnhT^aTofeiS Z��*���*-***." thunTereTiFhis  urbanity when ih,tJie presence of wSrn? ^t���   Prono-1J��<��d him guilty  of  en and children ,kkeg CTc^eSSJe* g?tu?tod ^^ *"&*��*  They  pari of a voter'.! possesions" but dekw ^ *** ^ * "~^ ~    " '  With   Orio   nf   +ha  ^.^. ix.. '���   -    %..C"-"'H  '     1  (   '..  Ii'. I."  i i'hi-  ,   1 I'.'.'  |, jjl.    _-      -  ,,.������ ,|i_iQ  1 '!:,:.-  crown tooth vich der dentist   pud  .midouid knowing his pitzness yet.  ,   L>ervayufderdransgressor  is hard  unless he has a   political   pull.���New  York Journal.  ��ith ohe of the op^Tto S\?S2  range and as a distinct individual was  something rarslr ex*^** \,��� *^^ >    -*  Unepey lies der  head  vich  ;Jwi       fang!J^d ��* a- dietiact individual was  i���^n,     m v   ~~"ivcu "y wie erst  while wily, manager, and the morning  when he called on Mrs. Osgood" to Kf  whether or no.there weregood grounds  IZ^T���^��� ^^.hia manner  ��� .uuivu uueii suoar, nis manner vnn -f-^i^i ^^ t        ,, T           l"'i'' ^mie  gave evidence of a trepidation Juch as luh��^Afr^d-^Ch k *****  he  could not remember ever to hav^ LoSin    ����    '?     I y��-Ur son Carried,  flounderfvi ir, >,^���.   ���-..        ..7^��� f��ram-   has    gone"���she   Trv,Wi '   ..*  /��� i  Scissorinctums.  Household words���"shut {the door."  , The first fast male���the prodieal  son.  .   How husbands are caught���with the  lass-o. ,    ,  ���   Wh��key ia a leading  spirit   in   ail  social circles. '  "  ,   An American President's pay���#60-  '000, a year and board.  "My lord" said the foreman' 61 m  Irish jury, vhen .giving the verdict!  Vwe find the man,r/ho, stele the mare  not guilty."  .' ,'  f   3  ,;��� t,r  f'f; ,      committed   s&zcide.  u ,. 7 "oiHUftwon such as  he could not remember ever to have  floundered in before. The candid greet-'  ing which hjs hostesa always extended  to callers, instead of putting him a*  his ease, only served to bewilder him  the more and, with a bluntnese which  -��^ \haV6 fiIIed M3 diplomatic soul  with horror in a political move, ��� he  went at thesubject that was responsible  [ for his visit.-  "Mrs. Osgood," ho said, .between asthmatic catches of his breath, "I hear it  said throughout the village that you  ^venntendtoniarry.again. Myneigh-  bors-your neighbors-^-ur neighbors  -consider this not only folly but a  posxtive  wrong  on yon'r part.    I see  the fallacy of your coriclrisions and-be-  ^.tau.VMmTg^SrtimSS  the last few months". butne"ve/sniw^ii  as then   But the po'h^cS^S I  & ^ .1 ^ ��� ^ flni^t^ touched      - st0clc ���  ^i^thVtt^dat'/6' ^ ^^ F^1^' B. C.^  '"Perhaps you'll recollect," he con-  v^MCaUtl<TMly' ,Hbit at that'S^  S^d��� ���L\^U-ld'^-^ ^ ^rtaia  Si ^T. WHITCOMB  feouse    .painierj     gfainer,  gla-iier   and    paperhknger.  All  work on...perfe'ct   sur  face guranteed.   Pricei &c  ?�����>nS..-JP_   cwalifcy.. and  stock required  WILDEY L0D3E NO. 44.  Meets every Monday evening in  their  hall  on  Victoria* street'.   Sojournihg ,  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  W. t. liBID, N. 0.  M. L. HOLLISTER, TREAS.  FKAHK DjIKBY, K.   g.  J. m. Lindsay; k. i.  M.MclNNES  W-fiblesale   and  BetaillButehers;  Lorain, has gone"-she looked out  towartl the garden where her w'S  worked that summer day si, yS^  " She nSdeiT "^ ��� ^ ^it]e  I v'lSf-r1!!11 ^^ *oa ���^<*> then,'  I toke it, there will be no;harm done  .7-nt      g up thia matter again?"  iNo hann,. certainly not," was   the  smiling rejoinder.   "But don't think of  that  imnrnlwW-.   ^,.���_A        -r.    "-"���"���*��� oi  OHAS.  P.  GAMPBeEl^  Fuiieral Director  ,   and  Embalmer.  Oi'Hdualc ofiChampion College ol the  '���nitcd Slates. Upholstering and gen  cil  xurnitdre  repairing.    Office  and  P���' jUk^S   bI^ ��car   Canadian  ^ank ot  Commerce.    Telegraph  and  Moyie   Miners'   Union  .'.awci. 7i.  Meets in McGregor h'all every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning 'menibero ?'-  cordially invited to attend;,  , P. ?. SfiYTii,  fJHOPS    AT  arei  H. H. HixoCK,  President  Oranbfdok Fernie Wardne?-  ,,o,   ."    -��-���~-.     ^ui-uuniiininjcof "��� Ul   "^ummerce.    Telp{rran)-.  A ���*A'p.^ Uli of . I,e��� that  ^7^SSfTde^M0si^--  * v'l !  '' 'I  - i.;  ���'ti;  -must have spurred her On to it  rooster  % 'Mi  J    I1      i  ! j".  Halcyon' Hot Springs",  ,   The most complete health resort on  ������ibe continent of North America.    Situated   midst   scenery   unrivalled   for  1   K^ducr.    THE  HALCYON   HOT  - SPRINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon  Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B.   C.    Resident  physrcian and nurse,    Boating fishing  and   excursions".     Telegraphic   communication   with   all   partg   of    t])e  world.    T*o mails arrive arid   depart  daily.    Terms, %1S to -$IS  per  weok  according   to   residence   in   hotel   or  villas.    Its baths cure all  nervous and  muscular diseases,    tts waters heal all  ^idncy    liver   and   oloma'ch   troubles.  Iho hatha awl waters   are   an invalu  Mc remedy for silver and   lead poison  rou mean hever idradrr^ again?"  slight flush, anq. sKe.fieeiktea d ~":"  ment before answering,  "Ueally, itr. Lawrence'/'' tfbe tepjfai  ! at _ length,   "your question is  a  very  pointed one, and.I w&s trying to decide whether or not you have a right  to expect an answer. -But as it is a  matter on which I-have no reason to  maintain any particular Secrecy, I don't  niind telling you that I am decidedly  prejudiced against second marriages  Such a course might be pardonable in  some cases, but in this instance, never."  Office and Residence  ' CKANBROOK  -��^�� .����, uutin ims instance, never." 1 Efood manv mistaV��. ir,"!,"' 7-1 :T^�� a  .Lawrence's countenance was elongated greatest ot aiftJa? ^l ^ ^ ih<  to .a ridiculous degree. ^ marry in my ear vlv/ SS.?-60.^.^  SO   YEARS'.  EXPERIENCE'  TRAPE WfARKS  ��� DESIGfVIS       '"  fnvontioq.la mohaV&���>���?"~ *Commu��l���  �� on Patentfl  maal ncite, without clai^fnTthe  fa!"S'ai  Oi ��     ' ?       ff d b"/a����pewBdealerfl.  rilUnW & CQ,36'BrtMdway, "     "  '    "*' '*'"ch om��o, 025 F St.. Wash  .New York  lOfc-ton, D. c.  to, a ridiculous degree.  "Since you have positively stated that  much, he hazarded, "perhaps you will  tell me what is your reason."  She turned in her chair till her ffaze  , rested on the figure of a boy, who was  training vines in the garden' beyond  the wide driveway.  cJnfy liii bfloi;&s U M���'" Bh6 sold,  softly, nnd the .tears welled up in her  pretty eyes and trembled on her long  lashee. "He is my only child, and so  ong as I can keep him with me I shall  fiave no desire for another companion.  When he marries, which time, please  heaven, will never come while I live,  then I may consider tho advisability of  choosing another husband."  Lawrence sighed.   In his calculations'  of prospective happiness the widow's  son had never been considered an tin-  known quantity, and he knew toato  gree of .coimnendaUe-exactness the aee  �����:the young-hppeiuhin question.   He  vv^u dn t be, 16 until the hlovtSg^  cember:    The prospect was not very  encouraging.    Under the kW of th?  should T'?S     f hI;V ^Pjobabie that he  no vvl, pf6 *?*��> )iirnSelf a wife before  from tW^���^^^emUtereven  worn that    extraordinarily   favnrahlfi  standpoint, the old ^M^  .heavy vnih apprehension as he thought  ot the years  tbat TOl.,st    nec^sarilv I  :nctly to the far-away future �� 1        P  of^S,1 Sf"^ 5��liti6ia^^ co"��rtship Cranbrook  of Mrs Osgood, and gradually the aflec- ' ��� "'  tion which he had always cherished for  ��L v0thel S6Qmkd * be withdraw^  ��Tal?L      in%&nd deP<*����i ^ the  leet of the son. Lorain Osgood ^ras nos-  sesscJ of his mother's ardenl dTS.  h�� * ^^Pwa fcy ner reserveS  he returned the;proffered friendshipln  ^measure. The boy's 16th bi r Sday  t��l ^^f^^dihg onee' came; and  U*.���**** ^t ^letter days tf  Josepn Lawrence's calendar. When the  younger man was 20 some of theS  acuteness which Lawrence had S  ^repressed since his retiremen?from  ^hirnndent-^ >*��* ^ '  at'^yo^^saX^^ ^'^  S����d -any nf is^kesln ��y ^ ?��?�� " I ��U SUni  greatest of nil WM tt_ ^L^'S^   ^idaya.  B. C.  Moyie Board of, Trade  ���     Meets in tho Moyie school  house on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp.  i  J.' P. FaArell, Pres.  P". Macdokald,    LEwrs Thomson  Vice-Pres.' > gec��y  BUY YORSELK  St, Eugene International,  BABBEK SHOP, AND  BATH EOOMS.  W. R4 STONE, Prop.  St. Eugene Mine, Moyie B. 0  J. j: murphy & co.'si  STORE, MOYIE, B. C,  TOURIST   CARS.  marry m my early days"   There's notrT'  o1   ^   Promise    oi    malrino.   ,,���,.    t1 I  ffm't mock  fate ^Zo^^ '  ohanee to the four winds. You woufdr, f  mmd marrying by the time you are D  age, would .you, Lorain?'-      *       ^ ��f  Loram laughed, '���..-.  ' No," he returned, 'M gijess not   PJn^  ��tM?nS0>t?.l0Ve* ��^1I do* he  We ceaI^ rrrrr ^ht' Mr'  doubtCdly to tfcLSSdefS'"   UD"  o.S^'SoU^r6 it6e,f with ^  house' for him.   There had long bJe?*^  rumor current that Lawrence wof^  atives as. his circumstances would rl,  '���- ������ ,V..'!'"'".''.'/������';;-?"i,r-.^. 'TJ-Jt: nil  loss Dunmore Jet for St. Paul  on Sundays, Tuesday's, Thursdays, an��  Fridays Toronto on Mondays and  Wednesdays. Montreal and Soaton  on Saturdays.  Same cars pass Iteveleioke oh 3 dav  earlier.  TRACTS ^ DEPART.  51   fo^Kaslo,   x\olson,    liosaland,  i)ay goods,' iiooTa and  I SHOES.       LADIES'   AND  GENTS       FURNiSHiNGS.  Call and inspfcet bur clothing.  Tho most up td date' fttock' iff  town.  Mof 1e; b. c.  MERCHANT   TAILOR,  Fine   Suitings,   Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods,  moti��i; b. b  Iie^s^kc;Al^n~liuTSTSc  i.-.inoi  15^for Moose Jaw    Bz-andon;  Win-  1___cohnect3ng at Ma^oTfoTcalgary  Edmonton, etc.  Photography  , For Sale.^-A six. room  lot in Lake  Shore  adition.  ticulars apply at this office.  house  and  For   par-  Apply Jor.Rates, liSpS; Time Cards, Tickets and  i-"ull.: information to; Nearest Locai    ���''.'  . Agent, '" ���   -.rr ... ,        v,  .  '  G. Hil|/|f, Agerftj Moyie,'.  J- S. CARTER;     ;''  ' E. J.'COYLEj  P. A. Nelson',  A., Van cover  Christmas   is  coming.    Get  your;pictures  taken ��� to send  horns.    PUEST,  the photographer, will visit Moyie  on  eachi   Saturday,     Flashlight  pictures taken.at  the  Moyie  ,   or at   your   room   6x house.  ���'-Leavei';your;.orders   at once.  No time to delaj*;  .. ;frest><$ Oo.i ,���;���;-.".'  .        .    :,���..:,; P.ho^tbgraphera)  Crahbiooit,    Moyje;    Fort Goclo  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday and ���Wetfiiaeday.  Prices Given  and   Order-g  Taken oh  Everything-,  in tHe Printing"  ' at th�� ".:���-.���-���.  m  ������ KKftK-  n  l.-tlrf(,  Sv^'ISr^T'  '������*0l,-i  '.^;J  ?.���?<'tlK  S.'1-, i1;r "5  I4i  '   '-;���,  ��'

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