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 B-��� *."if Si^WilSii,  :' ,fXi' JlrWl'TiV.  l<-''j*.'!JrV. .  '.SflJ*,.  'A  ,  ^/-*'C *'���'  ^  ".      t,-<~ }'l ri  SJ.I}*.'  <��� V   ' V  /  Vvi  J  />?  v.v  /.       .'J.J  **���*,  ,J'f    1 .  fV.l'"5*'  l.-i-  ti-yi  .'   '���'iriWrti'&ll.i?.  ���   -   -,����: ,-,'rvs.  PlilP'2,'N0,-ipr  ^l^^^L-       MOYIE, B. d, FEBRUARY ��i, 1900,  ^or LADIES, GENTLEMEN  and CHILDREN,  Largest assortment and smallest price in  all kinds of footwear, llubber goods being  cleared out at cost. A large and well assorted stock of undoiwear and Top shrirts  at a price uuequaled iif any western town.  JOHN BRBMNER DROWNED  Moyie Lake Claims Its  First Victim,  LOCAL   NEWS.  ICE.   CRACKED tAND" "'SAGGED  Normon   McCleunan.'/lMs Partner.   Also  Usui a'Narrrow'Kscajio From a  Watery Criivft.  SEE OUR SUITS:AT  A sad drowning" accident  occurred J hotel.  Rev.  Alex   Dunn    held   service   in  Cranbrook Sunday.  ,  James Ryan and Dr. 13.-11   of  Cranbrook'\yero in Moyie Tuesday.  Tom Jlader transacted  business   in  CranbrooVthe first of the week. ���  Messrs. MacEachern  &  MacDonald  received a carload of flour   this   week.  i  , Ileid, Campb'elr&Co. have one of the  finest line of clothing to be found in  town.    ' ''.'''  Supper   for'  the    coming    Miner's  Union ball will he served at'the Moyie  S��A YEAK  mMM)  Oi.  UPSBSS  Will  Start in a "Very  Few Days,  '-      ���������  B1JILBING GOING ON  &CG,  '     *M7-nH^*^"#j��CSr^**?3i*' ,. i At  v^v,-'?^er!S^gt" ���       ���' . . ������   ai)  *V;&N&SS��:  ^nPWM' Wl W COMMERCE.  * p '     ������  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000,  t * ti  J...W. H. SIYIYIUE, IWGR.  ... m$��$M  CMNBROpK BRANCH.  in Moyio lake last Sunday evening in  which John JJremner, one of tho' oldest inhabitants of tips place,' lost his  lifo. " ���   '���'       * ���   -' ���  ]?remner   had    been   working    for  Park, Mitchell & Co., in their logging  camp qn Col.  Henderson's  ranch  on  tho 'west side, of   Moyie  lake'.   Last  Sunday rooming hc and Norman   Mc-  Clennan', another laborer at tho camp,  came to town to spend the day.   They  were returning on foot across tlie lake  in   the  evening about   0:30. o'clock,'  but strayed  tp   'the   left   of   the'"trail ���  which   i3   usually   jfcrayeled!   ,  When  they reached a  point about  opposite  the sawmill both mei)  broke  through  a thin scum of  ice ^ which   coveied  a  pool   of   water   about   three   fpgt in  depth which was "over the  maiu  body  The Moyio hockey; team   has  issued  a challenge' to   the   Cranbrook 'and  Fernie teams.   ' <  \V. 'R. Hocking, secretary of the  njinere'union, is "still quite jll, bqt is  not considered in danger.  Father  Cocpojo  oi  the  Stl Eugene  naission will  celebrate  high   mass 'at  the Oathohc church   tomorrow  njorn-  itig.    "'."',        /        ' ;  The btjrlesoue hockey match which  was to haye taken place, last Tuesday  afternoon did'nofc come oiT' owing to  the bad condition of the ice.  All Indications Point Towards tho  Coming Season Being a  Prosperous  Ono for afoyic.   r     ,,  |^��UBNITUHE'and UNDEETAKING CO.'  ^^^��- ,    .     ,   MOYIE and  CEANBHOOK, B.  C.     l    '  MmMg$/ bedroom,setB  Eev. C. A. Procunier of Fort   Steele  held .church of England service,in the  dining room of   the   Jfoyie   hotel   last  ���c.~ ..���.��� �������,��,Ci mc   jixctiu   uouy   Sunday evening,  of ice, .which   had  evidently, cracked      r w ir���,ni,r, ,ua  *.n      j  and sagged.'   ThVsa? ��� was   rhouV 90Lh /  ^ ��   P^' ' \r    ���   "     len,al j m,ne 8W�� ^"V ai>d the force of  feetin4unWt^ at   -^e  ^��3'ie ^W.^ill   men   employed   is   constantly   being  m. WUh-aad the inohue was at.an j leave in a lew days for Salem, Oregon,   added to.   The bunkhause at  the  St  foru montb or six week's visit,  Work on(D. 3.   Elmer-'s .cottage  on  Victoria street- is favorably progressing.  The difficulty in securing a few small  pieces of   inachinery   has , caused ' a  delay in the'starllng   up   of   the    St.  Eugene air comnressor, but Uie necessary parta are daijy espeoSed and whpn  they arrive it wiJJ only be a  matter  of  a day or two until  it  will pe put in  operation.     Connectionp   have   been  made  between   tbe  St.  Eugene and  Lake Shore  compressors.   The  water  for the new'connpressor \yill he pumped;  from the Jake/ as is being done for the  Luke Shore Gompresscir at lhe present  time. ' ~ - ���  _ Work is going cteadily ahead on the  additions to the concentrator and the  air compressor buildings, and the  scene presents much the appearance  uow thatjt did last summer*during  t.he construction of the mill!  fn   fact  every , department  of  the  mine shows activity and  the force of  Childreu Hvst Ti3 Viiqojnalecl.  Miss Tibbatts, teacher of the Moyie  school'; is in receipt of -the following'  commucatioh from J. F. Armstrong,  government agent at Fort Steele: -  By ^gul{**tions.for the prevention  of the spread of smallpox, published  in the I?'. C, Gazette' of 15th February  1900, it is ordered among "other provisions;-��� "It is now deemed necessary,  and is hereby'ordered, that teachers in  Public Schools,' and' High ' Schcqis or  Colleges, shall require a certificate 6'f  successful vaccination from each child  attending at the? School or College, or  a certificate that such child is at the  present,time insusceptible to vaccination. The certificates shall be pesented  on demand to the ' teacher or other  proper authority'.','  It vyill bo seen by the above letter  that tho ya��oins'tion of the school  children ig cprnpulsory, therefore the  parents should not delay in the matter. A. supply of'vaccine, has .been  received at Hope <�� Beattie^s drug  store and Dr. Higgins' is prepared to  do tlie \ybrk and issue certificates for  the same. l * ,  Get on the Voters List.  As a general provincial election now  seems certain those who ari entitled to  a vote and who have not yet had their  names placed on the voters list should  do so at-once, as it is important to  them. The list pari be had from. Post;-,  master Hope or D. J. Elmer.  angle of nearly 40 degrees. Both men  nia'de a desperate struggle for their  lives; as oould be seen by the amount  of-the top layer of ire which they' Jtxad   v"0tor4 street is favorably progressing: cc  broken. ��� JfoOIennan Anally suooee'ded'] Ti-C'sii-es nn(J ��w&lU i,re" UP sud  Lhe | ^  in getting oat and used every effort to ��� ��*rP8:Ul .M- "^r��   PW   siiiuuiing    the  resoue his nartner. hnf. in rtf   nrt .,.^,-i    r0��J- ' '" ' '  '   .  Eugene mine is being enlarged,  and  every indication goes to show that the  company intends  pushing operations  s soon as the season opens,up,  ". .'$12.50  ?:5i��^WMiriS8 -and    mattresses ' ' .  ��� gUttranteop....... a ko  ';'.'vi<*:-.'>-V5"r!l .'  Matrcsscs..' ��� ["   'Arm chairs, well' upholstered. . .  Lounges upholstered in best jute  .2.75  resoue his partner, but to of nd avail.  IMcOlerinan returned to town about 11  o'clock chilled to the bone, and almost  completely   exhausted, and  gave- the  5.75  5.75  MINERAL   AST   1896,     ,  (FORM F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,  NOTICE,  i*v..^^��t,-1.*V,iei'?reti goous and mattresses.  I'.l'.^^gP^ces.    We make carpets and lay  '^.'^Jl?!1?"1}106 fiiven on finishing hotels Ihrau^hont  .-��� Air^$?��$?Uoa* iu haJf dozen lots.  rlllt"'"' ���*"������ M&GGS & HUGHES,  ^fcS^^,^:--'   -    -    - -���~~~-7  ' JtB-Sfc**2t-js!!-*^*>��r.^.^er.jtR. ssr. ^-r. ^r. ^. ^m  An enj'.iyable party Wiis given at the  liouse of "Mr. and Mrs.' J-.unes Watkins  , - , - Q���   .--   Tuesday   evening    iii    honor   of   Mr.  alarm.      The   hews    quickly    spread, Lang,' ivho'vilhso >n Like his departure  round tho town,and in a few   minutes] for Alaska. c    *.'  there were at least 30'people on   their      At the   last   meeting  of   the   Movie  The   not.��,*rT r��f   T  d^ninS-MineW ' Union ,  Messrs.     Maggs'^ | tribution bill as introduced, and   then  ^Z:   c^^iL^  !"���   ^��r"^��   "to ��   lh.nk.   brin^na^^loleo^ar less   be  Provincial Election Oertajn.  ' Victoria. B. C, Feb. 23.���After many  ciucusos(and probably a pointer from  Ljeutenaut    Governor  Mclnnes)    the  British Columbia govern men t decided  - ,      .    l    *>"uiucuj.u. u^oi.   .cugaue uousouaatea .Mining- oom  not to  proceed   with   public   business! liau3" Limited, Free  Miner's    j&ertificetp   No.  on,their fmil and   uncertain maioritv ' "B9S03-" '"tend sixty daysfr/sm the <Ute korao/  to apply to the Misirfg Ro'cbrder ior  a fjertifi  Tbe Menejek, Jameson' Trade dollar, Lajie'  View, Baltimore, Dude Fraction, g��.L fohii  Fraction, General Euljej Fraction and Hell*  to-Pay Fraction Mineral claims, 'situate in  the Fort Steele fining Division of East  Kootenay District. , ���  Where located:���On. the East side of Moyie  Lake. ' *     -  Take notice thut I, James A. Harvey,  agent  for the St.  Eugene Consolidated Mining Com  on,their frail and   uncertain majority.'  They will endeavor to pass   the   red is  We make great  c ,  cate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Cro\yn Grant of the auove claim. '  And further take notice that action,' under  section 37, must be iiomnienee'd b'e'fGre the .is1*  ���������>. i , , . ���, , *.iw3iioo, ivc-i* m\ei-; n vow or tnanks J onngon a general election or ip<^ Hp -���������-��� ^��� ww.v 1Uai, buuuh, Ud  ner s body located, but the icv waters for 11-*. |,o������v ,������ ^i,(1;,. , .��� . , h.f. i' i i , ��� C'ie0"0n' 0r 'ess be Motion 37, must be commenced before {he-  had done its work' and death h-d , ,1 hMiak��me chlui u,0i Vres���^ defeated by choice upou this measure. Suance of such Certificate of improvement  claimed its vict-m     j \t   Jt      ^Uo Ihe union.        ^                                        toother  business   will   be   iakon   up n    , /. a, H^HyEV;,- ....  un^r^1 i:^i ��� u^; w^'itr^t o^?;^smaiL f3r ^vpul;^pio^iet��r muij thiiis di^��-d of'ii- -" ���-   t,il"l2tli dfcyofFebru'r"A-^l90G-  uuuj-, iiuu   i,\ lUK    Ot   ti fi     Ry'innnn i'ii.   linl.jl    n.. .., V. ...��1.        in.r    ,tj     li ���.,t     ..��..!.-.. ..     ,_  i .       .    gg^^^^^P^^^P^^f^^^^.^^^  ^LfS^.r^l^^-^. ^"l  )t&  9R\ ���~ttiV7  unteeied to rescue the body, aud tying  a rope round Himself, which was held  by the bystanders, and armed wish a  pike pole walked out in reach of the  prostrate form und' dragged it  to   the']  v!^h?*v������j*K.--.  .V. DESAOixhslC .^CO., Props.  RegularjMeals Sefvcd'hif; the Dining  Jio'o:n,r>i��h' Sir out , Okok��s between  meals. '.   ���  u'ariers for Commenciar'and Mining Men.  .*".."". ������' MOVIE,   B. C.      iK  ^ rjhis hotel is now open to  the public, andfis   vvell^mm-  -���    i^bed throughout.    None but (hc best  brands of   wince,  . .���"liquors and cigars kept in stock.  surface.    The body was then   wrapped  in a blanket and carried back to  town  and laid out in the Moyie hotel.  ^ The   following  day   Coroner. Clark  empaneled a jury and an inquest   wasi  held.    The jury brought in   a  verdict j  that   the* deceased,   John    Bromner,  came   to   his     death   b>    accidental  drowning in Moyie lake on   tho  evening of Sunday, February ISth.  Monday evening the   body 'was  interred in the  Moyie  cemetery, and  it  was followed lo  its last resting  place:  by nearly every resident of  ;hc   town.  The employees nl the mill officiated as  'pall bearers, and at the  grave   prayers  were oflVrcd and a few   touching and  appropriate words suit!   by   Mr.   Cameron.  John Brcmner was about *1S years  of ago, and had been a resident of  Moyie for over two years. During the  construction of the tote road ' prfcTr to  the building of the Crows Nest railway he was employed by D.ive Mc-  Uolh and was later employed by Mc-  Muhofi Bros,   ef  (hi  of the Cosmopoliluii hotel, Cranb.iook,  is thoroughly reuovotin^.an 1 rofitti hg  his hou-je, and iutjn-ls giving a grand  ball next Tuesday evening,  F. E. Simpson, editor of   the   Cran  brook Herald, was in town between  tiains last Tuesday. Little''Brownie"  accoinpnied him and_sized up the dog  situation during his stay.  Mr, Sheady of Cranbrook lias a  force oi men 'cutting and loading ice  near the Lake Shore siding. Most of  the ice being cut at present' will ,be  shipped to James Ryan and M. Mclnnes & Co. at Granbruok  nig its first reading today and the  liout-e minjediatelay djourning.- Prentice has given notice of a bill to repeal  the eight-hour law.  As wo go to press word is, received  that the government a and the redistribution hill were defeated by vote  of Prentice, 19 to 18.  MOYIE, B.   C  Mahon Bros,   ef  (his   place.    He  had ��     t!lIeilt '"   Ul��  C!t  been in the employ of  Park    Mitchell   '^ P'irt' ami UlC eiltertai,1��"Q  & Co. for   about -three   mo',uh��     ,,1^"^ Promises lo bo fully   wort  p^^-%^-5^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  three months. U0  was a steady, honest, hardworking  man and so far as is known did not  have an enemy. Nothing could be  found amongst his effects showing  where any of his relatives lived.  ti cue fit Concert Mon tiny.  A concert will he "iveii next Monday  evening in McGregor hall for tho purpose of raisin;; m msv for the buildin"-  of a stcoplj" on   ih.��   Catholic  church.  The bell denoted by J.uues   Cronin   is  here, but the members of   the  church  lack funds- hi;- <.iie croc.ion -of a   belfry  in which lo hang it,  an.!   io   accomplish thij id their O''!',*'"',   m'  giving   tlio  concert.    An admission fee of 50 cents  will bo charged both Indies ami gentlemen,    After the concert the floor will  be cleared ynd a dance will   ba  given.  The best local talent in   the  city   will  t   and  th   the  East, Ixootcna'y I��oteI   Dance.  It was a merry eruwd that  gathered :;  ������������ the Ei��4 ICooUnay hotel   last   Mon-  d.n ev.'iiiu^and   g.tve   tlie  occupants  ������'i. ��ofc-. ..hi-*  surprise.    TIm  spacious)  diinng     fn���iii    Was    iUutuinated    by j  acetylene 4,1s light and neatly  decora- )  ted   wiin    hunting.      The   lady    and)  gcntl.-men dancers v/ere   about   equal  m number,    A dainty   lituchdou   and  refresh s>.:m> is were served  by F. J. Mc-  M.ih ui the host. j  .IKrartliis  r.ariro Auttiencow.  Prolesior Via ter F. Cooper iias been  attracting crowded houses at McGregor  ball for thn past lew   evenings.    As  a  JAMES KEERIGANy  Wholesale Dealer in  Produce, Butter  Sgg-s, Clieese,  Pruits, Oysters, Etc  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.   Drewry'3  Celebrated AIe&  Stout and Lager.  Golden Key brand  of Mineral Waters.  Kossland Beer in  Kegs and Bottles.  Agent for Pennsylvania  Oil   Refining  phrenolgiV,     the     professor    display* | Co.    Correspondence invited  till, ti   W.   ��1.��   i-..,   .,   1 _._. ��...  price of admission.  <?.  CAMP7BEEL,   J77T. CLABJC -  "TWi^Tbr   j.   -1-     -   ���'' "'������'��� "''   t ���Linda A  v:m^��7teI IS NeY and well Furnished.   The f *** ��; i  : A^biesAa^8''Suppiied:VJth the Best the ^j.^,?088  X'lit; I.iiula .iray.  Win. J.awson returned yesteniav  from the North Star mine, whuro he  has been enployed for the past three  months. Mr..Layvson is owner ot the  liinda May claim, situated on the West  "Moyie lake, and; it is for the  of doing assessment   work   on  Minors Union r>auee.  The dance to be given on March 17th  promises to be a hummer. At the last  regular meeting of the union a special  comittec was  appointed   to   take   the  phenomenal nowvrs. sud   his   lectures  are both   i.itreeing   and   instructive.  | The   phonngrnph   enlertninments   arc  tho best ever heard in this part of   the  cum try.    Tonijrhi  Mr.    Cooper   will  lecture   on    "Crime   and   its  cuues,"  illustrated hy the skirll of the murderer of the sheriff and his deputy    in  in   Clatsop   county,   Oregon,   a   few  yi ars ai>;o>  CRAXUKOOK,    li. C  ltailiray to Kimlierley.  Cranbrook Herald;  Kiiubcrlcv  )���"���  1   n- ���   ���    . "   ���   been relieved, and now eiiinv-  1 iiiliur in hand and overv detail will   bo L , n ]  ,^i-���,i ���r.��� .-.,    _-.., VU1...0C  connections.    TlioNon'  looked after with special care. The  Movie Miners' Union has established  a reputatiou for doing things* right,  and.there is no,doubt but its reputatiou will be sustained in the comiiT-  bal!.- ".���.���"'  -<ts j  ���railroad'/;  ir ^trn^.i        -- ~��i/piicU   w:WA  i-w Ajcau   bjut*y <> V ,,  ��� Market affords  Thp^a'-n ,^ Filler! with t ?     fc ie ls hcre- TlleLI��^Ma,  . tTh* ^^4-   ri-Z?*'- JLne- Mcir   ^   JJliA��Cl   With  Ij with  development   promises  to   be   a  the  ^est Brands of Liquor^ &��4 Cigars. |  /A  inaninioth mining proper!v'.  .^^HEADQUARTERS  FOR CGMMKRCIAL  Motni Quotations:  MOVIE,  A NX> MINING MEti  "VTorlting Nigrht ** __  The   busiest   " -����rt'Bay.  thing that p-   ''.-nd'ttiigirtiestlitiie'  v.   . -�� VPUls, .These;  pills   bhan"  is-completed and  from Cranbr^      .XV.     -"-��� Star  branch;  ahum'-".'���'...'. ^ains   are! rannina  p.;. ;-^ok to Kimberl-jv.   O,,;,'  .���-.������'-^r of   paesencrers  h,L  -^ the road all  ��aS" an7>pntro  ^be'lon^etoretra^l^1,^1  -^uH'i btar and  tij'it district,  ^ouse  Lining  Ootton  oi'e  into  r-  ^e****^***^^^^  WHITISH CoiiuSlBTA.  \t>  for    luiners     cAid  a  ^W^^*^^^(S ti,-:^"�� ^>��  *iv..��    flic       -d-id,        ���      ULrS)>    ora-i-ii-hicr   jnlri  f Ll J]-   Sei/inrf   P��wef.    Tiiev'er ^Jh,..   '��  s  Se  sf^��th,_ Iistlessness  mental  At th  io����V��r;rr��doflroetirttf..  J   r  9  !r_NelY��rk,.Feb.   Si.^Bur    ailv  rt;l .<jonts./   Leadfi  ���"'";'  sftlrri, - "   ' finri ��� that 'I'iaus    tl]p     t-'i,.    ��� 1 nmi.,���.     *,,,  month  ��*f.^n,C���I.A'*TABD.  ^^;:^;-,^  ���fccitlecl (0 dis  M  ���m  .('il  ���       til  '. xfi  "If  'I HI  ill  * -at" l  ',S-{  ti?!  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'�����  bei  for"  ' <��� ii ������ V  wi .; -  t  th:  '        k  no  i  tin     ���  to������  it *  w!     o ;  1*  of   - :  *  lo-  '              '       I  er    '���:  'I'1*  Ol'     ���  P:     '    ,  si  '  "    ',<  ,  lo,'   ���  1   1  j  n  ,   1  ti      <���  r*  '         '"  '',   '  c   , .:���  'f  ���*il  ''i  ^'  ���in,  '".I  ���it  VI  ' "j..  1    <  1  i  1  c  1  k '.  1- i"  p  ri....  e  ,!,  i;  V;  1    1  .'..     y\  J-:  \             f  0  '  a .-  A    ���'""  ti  ..           '   '.r  !' .  *    -  d   '  I.  B  P  8  0' '  A  U '  fl  a  8    "  tl  fi  MILLIONAIRE  SENATORS  f  P  h  *  b  c  h  h  I<  c  n  tl  U  Boies Penrose Glep., I'a.i, lau-.vei  OOO.UUO.  Eugene IIal��'(itoji��� Me.), lawyer  0(10,01 !0.  .ItiirC'iih Simon  (ltop.,  Or.),  lawj-fr, $1,-  000.0'JO.  Chanucey   M.   D?oew   iRep.;   N.   Y.j,  $2,000,OCK!>. -:  ,    Rediield   Proctor (Rep.,   Vt.t,   lawyer,  $3,000,000.  James McMillan (Rep., Mich.), lumber,  $5,000,000.  Joseph Benson Foraker (Ri'p., O.). lawyer, ^l,000,000.  Francis E. Warren (Rep., ^YT,'lt ranchman. $1,500,000.  .Valium H. Sfott (Rep.. W.  Vu.). capi-  , talist. $J,000.000. '  Charles Warren Fairbanks (Rep., Intl.),  lawyer, S2.000.000.  John  Koan  (Rep., N. J.), lnwver nnd  banker, $3,000,600.  Itonry Cabot Lodge (Rep., Mass.). literature. $2,000,000.  (Jeor.ue Shoup (Rep.;   Ida.), sheep and  mine owner. $1,000,000.  Joseph VTory Quarles (Rop., Wis.). law- j  'yer and iumbcr, $1,500,000.  ���   Nelson W. Aldricli (Rep., ll. I.), street  railway magnaio, $1,000,000.  'd'eoi'fro C.  Perkins (Rop.. Cnl.l, steam-  By WEATEESLEY OHESOY.  rOopTrlsrt". 16W, hy Weatherlej Chwaair.l  Bhijis *is\il banking. $5,000,000.  WilliaTii J.  Sewcll   (Rep..' X. .1.),   railroads nnd bnuking. $2,000,000.  Edward   Oliver   Wnlcott   (Kt-p..  lawyer and rninint*. $2.00O.O(i(l.  CHAPTER X\\  THK AHDCCTJON OF MAE1C1, FEXTO.W  About 3 o'clock in the afternoon a  cab drove up to iho door and a sharp  ring followed.  "Miss Fen ton  in?" said a tall, lanky  man in a hurried tone.  ,"Yep, i-i r "  Tho man entered.  "Ko name���sbe does not know'mo  Say a luetf-age from Captain Brett���important."  He -was shown into the library, and a  tew minutes hit or Mabel entered!  ,   "Alih? Feuton'r" said the man inquir  ingJy  "Vep."   ^ ,  " Deeply erie%'ed   to ba hearer of' had  news.    Don't bo rdairnerl, hut   Captain  Brett met with, sdif-bt accident,.   Unconscious when I left.  Asked for you."  M.>hel turned deathly white.  'An accident? How? Where!'"  I       'Near the docks.    Cannot say how���  j Dad knock on the head���came   to for,a  j few minutes aud  gave your .name- nnd  I address.   Total stranger���but I thought  ��� you   would wish, to   know���insensible  1 when I left."  A few hours before Mabel had broken  I down, audit might have been 'expected  j that a further blow would have crushed  j her altogether, but she faced the fiitua-  i tion bravely. Duncan was huit���how  i���f��rievcmsly sho dare not thiaK.    He had '  lawyer nnd -jrold and silver miiu'*'ownci". i .6?.ut for hex'<  sh(i nniet S��*  S2.000.000. , |      "I can only thank you for yonr kind  William Andrews Clark tDem.. Mon.), .-uess," she "said. "If you will -tell nie  i.iinc tiwncr, hanker and tniuiiifiu-uirfi-. f wiiere"Oaptain Erett is now, I v.'ill go  $50,000,000. ' - I at ouco."  Thomas Collier Piatt (Rep.. N. Y.). ex.- .      "My cab   is  nt  door���nllovv   me   to  press coinp.-iny." hanker  nnd  eoinincreiiil j drive you there���time important. "  interests. $5,000,000. ' J_     For a  mon]ent  she- hesitated, but it  Marcus Alonzo rianiia iRep.. O.Woal j was for a moment only. The vaenesfc.  ami iron mine ownc-r and inamifncturer, j indefiuabi0   snsp!cion   of .doabt cro.-sed  (>,lo.).  Adtlison <1. Foster (IJop.. Wash.)vlum-  . b<*r,'conl nnd sliippin-,', $2.5(10,000.  John Percival Jones (Silver, Nov.),  wold and silver niinos, ^10.000,000.  Ct'ortje Poabody Weliuore (Uep., R. I.),  banker, lawyer aii<h<-apiii)h'.*~i. $5,000,000.  Stephen Denton FJkins (Rep., W. \'n.).  conl and 'iron mines and railroads. $7,-  000,000. ' ,.      ���  William Morris .Stewart (Silver,. New),  railroad and steamship lines nnd hanker  *12.000,000.���Kow  York  World.  GLEANINGS.  It requires lO.SOO.OOO pounds of meat  a week to feed  tin- iiihahitanis in  Man-  ��� hattaii,  Hrotiklyn  nnd Jersey (Jil.w  A wedtliiifr iuvil.-itiuii in Cairo extends  for three days. There is t'ea*,tiii^.,diii--  hiX all the time, and the house and .street  are liberally decorated will) Hai,"-; and  lanterns.  More than five tous of documenis pro-  'dneed by Eng-land in the Venezuelan arbitration case have been removed from  Paris. They required two lnrj,'e railway  vans to take them away.  Los Angeles i,s distinguished for the  number of petroleum oil wells, it pos-  f.esses. The output for 1S0S approximated 1.100.000 barrels, aiid'th.-it for 1890 is  estimated tohe about the same.  The hair ofQrabbits and other animals  in Russia is, converted into bowls., dishes  and plates, ' which are valued for their  strength, durability nnd lightness. The  urticlos have the appearance of varnished leather.  More than 25,000 persons were killed  by wild animals and snakes in India last  year. 'Nearly 1,000 deaths aro ascribed  to ligors and a large number to ni.-iii eating wolves. . "Lord Cuiv.on has directed  that special measures be taken to exterminate'these particular pests.  THE WRITERS.  '.John Burroughs, the author and critic,  was in hi.s early boyhood a schoolmate  of Jay Gould.  Elarry Farjeon, the youiig composer  of London, is'a son of P.. L. Farjeon, the  novelist, and a grandson of Joseph Jefferson.  Mr. 'Augustine Birrell has a sister  who is also given to wielding the pen.  This lady. Miss Olive Rirrell. has lately  linished a long novel dealing with ihe  social problems of London life.  Zola intends ro close his literary career  with three 'more novels���"Travail,"  "Write" nnd "Justice."' The last named  is. he says, to be a Utopian romance, a  lyiical apotheosis ut humanity in its onward march toward goodness and beau  ty. After that is finished, he writes,  "I shall rest. I am dreaming of settling  in the Balearic wles."  A  Mountain   of  Alum.  In China, ]2& miles from the village  of Lion-Chek, there is a mountain ol  nluui which, in addition to being a uat  ' ileal curiosity, is a source of wojilth  for.the inhabitants of the country, who  dig from it yearly tons of nluin. The  mountain is not U-s1-. thnn t<*n nul*���. in  circumference: at its base and I.as a  height of 1.010 feet. The alum i** oh  mined hy quarrying large liloric- ot  Mono, which nn* first healed in gie.n  furnaces and then in vats tilled unli  boiling water. The alum crystallizi".  out and forms :i layer about six indie*.  in thickness. This Inyer is .subsequent  ly broken" up into blocks weighhig  about ten pounds ea< li.  SO NOT PAY CASH I  Pay in SCRIP lor Dominion Lnmla and  Save 20 per Cent. Discount.  For full information apply to ',  Alloway & Champion,  BANKERS   AND   BROKERS  Winnipeg.  Or to any office of the MERCHANTS' BANK  OF CANADA, or the UNION JUNK OF  CANADA in Manitoba or the West.  J. D. O'BRIEN.  BROKER   IK  Grain, Provisions and Stocks  Prlv��-e Wire Connection wlih b.11 Leading1  Markets. Grain and Securities Bought, Sold and  ^Crried on Marg na.   C'liresporidenoe Solicited.  k Privtte Cypher Code Furnuthod upon Application. ���    .      ���      '  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  P. O. BBAWKB 1887.  { her mind, but tbe next instant', it was  1 overwhelmed with the thought tbat  ] Duncan was hurt and had sent for her.  | "I vrill keep you scarcely a minute,1'  j she said.  j It hardly needed longer former to put  on a hat and gloves, aud vthout leaving any inessago with a servant she  flow down stairs and,hurried to the cab.  "Will you allow me to accompany  your"' paid the stranger '''I may be of  Eonio use. " '  .Mabel thankfully accepted the offer,  and together they drove off.  It was a long drive, arid the cab  seemed to have more than its share, of  the troubles of< four wheelers.' Bnsee  blocked the1, way, pedestrians hampered  its pace, drays threatened to orerturn  it, and policemen checked it in its mad  career,' yet its driver, steadfast, if-not  as silent as the sphinx, held on grimly  for tho final goal.  Ac Hyde park corner they turned  down Constitution bill, and then on  the Mall to Charing Cross, and so to  tbe embankment, So far Mabel knew  the route well enough, but when upper  Thames stieet, with its discordant jumble of traffic, was reached,, she sank  back in utter weariness, She seemed to  be iu a dream���a waking nightmare of  unreality. - George a prisoner, a supposed murderer, Duncan hurt, perhaps  dying, or even dead, aud she a helpless  woman, torn by conflicting emotions of  i hope and despair 1 From the outside  were boruo in upon ,ber the snouts of  touts and cadgers, the bellowing of  draymen, the ceaseless grind of wheels,  the endless rumble of traffic Sho closed  her eyes. Her sight sbe could, at any  rate, control, if nothing more.  At last.they stopped. Her companion  got out hurriedly, paid the driver, and  then asked her to descend. It was a  horrible, dirty street in a dirty and horrible locality, auu" 'Mabel sbrank'dnvol-  untarily as sho locked round.  Her companion divined her thoughts.  '" Very sorry, Miss Fen ton, tp bring  you here. We took him to tbo likeliest  house. Drayman volunteered to take  hioi to bis home���case urgent���dare  not carry to hospital. "  The girl reproached herself for the  feelings of revulsion that had arisen  unbidden within her.  "Yes,     1    understand.     Is   this   the  bouse:-'''   For her conductor had stopped  before   one   dirtier and even  moro ueg  lected than its neighbors.  "Yf.". tnis is tbo one, 1 think���No.  lo.'" He threw open tha door and stood  theie for her to enter  An instinctive riibpicioti seized hold  ! of bf v Hrsd sho done widely in coming,  | niniecoiiiptiiiit-d, to tho place? At any  i rato the should bavo left word at homo  ! Win) was the man.'' .Suppose it wero not  '��� true: Yet why should she doubt? Dun  can was" hurt. ITe had sent for her, and  Bin* hud couio.  Tho door swayed t") behind her, and  its clash reverberated through her  frame.  "This way, madam," said her guide,  and in tbo very tone of tbo man she de  tectetl treachery  "Can I see the woman of the house?'  she asked unsteadily.  "Why, certainly," said herj.couipan-  Ioh, and  his voico  made   her   tremble  "Why, eeffajujy���certainly."  A sVAUMiiiy W0]]iaij made her appearance at the cud ot th0 passage  "SalJw. thoro'Ha-���hU,���. oonie t0 fiee  you. Madnin, thi��< i*�� riaUy ��� yjjjjy t^H  is madam from tho went end."  Mabel crouched hack in an agony trt  terror. Where was she? Who were tbeso  dreadful people? Dnt, etill, might not  Duncan he there?  "Where is Captain Brett?" said sho  to the woman. "Is he yet conscious?"  Tlie woman sniggered,  "Capt'ii, misri! There's n Salvation  capt'n as lives tint door, hut I 'ardly  thinks you'd tal;o kindly to 'im. He  ain't awasbiu man, ain'c Billy���leastways, not in summer timo. "  The coarseness of the woman came as  & ltaell on  Mabel's  ears,  vet  sli�� daro  l  not give   up   iiopo     She  turned to her  conductor.  " Vou camo with n message, sir, from  Captain Brett. Will you Jake rne to  hinfr'  "Afraid he's not hero, madam.   Sudden   recovery���taken   up  his   bed   aiid  walked," said the man, with a hideous  chuckle in enjoyment of  tho girl's dis  tre?9.  "Then cm I   to  understand, sir, you  have  deliberately brought me here un  der false pretense?"  ,   "That's about the size of it, miss. "  , The  terror  that   now filled her gave\  tier strength to make one   bid   for free  dom.   She turned  rapidly, rushed   past  tho nnyi and dashed to   the   door     IIu  fingers were already ou the latch before  his rough  hand was laid on   ber shoulder.    Her  despair  gave   her unnatural  strength, and she'Struggled   to achieve  her purpose with  the power of  a frcu  zied. woman     Tbe   man was  unable to  hold her and   loudly called, for   tbe as  j sistance of his female accomplice, who  aided him with fiendish glee  "Stop that; yellinl"  said she.   plac  ing her filthy paw over Mabel's mouth  'Now, then, Rich, tie her hands, if yon  nin't   man. enough  to   bold   'em.    Ab,  curse yon !"  And as Mabel's teeth closed over her  fingers she dealt; her a blow that completely (st'unned tbe girl.  They dragged their almost inanimate  victim to the back sitting room and  flung her on to a sofa, tied ber hands  and feet with a couple of nntimacas-  sar��; and then, stolidly surveyed their  handiwork.  lu a few minutes her eyes opened.  She glared round with terrified, implor-  iu�� eves In sober truth her situation  was enough to daunt her heart: Ilert  was sho in a dirty house in the east end  of London, entirely at the mercy of a  pah" of scoundrels. She had not left tbe  slightest clew nt home whereby .-:bp  could l;,e traced. She was nbsolutely  friendless and alone, aud what was rb.*  purpose of her captors she dared not  .think.  "Now. ' madam,"    raid    tho    man,,  standing over 'h'er and 'eying her with  cruel   satisfaction,   "kindly  listen,    Sc  long as you behave no harm will   hap  pen to you. Meals will he brought in,by  ���er���this lady"���pointing- to the slat  fortify hag, who  grinned   in   ackuow)  edgment of the description���"but onci  attempt to escape or' arouse the' atten  tion of ueighbois and you will find on  your mistake."  "This treatment is infamous," Mabel  gasped, "simply infamous. Why bavi  you done it? ' What is your motive?"  Fitzgerald resumed hia usual uiannei  of speech.  "Meaning best left;, a lone. No good  telling secrets. ' Ynu'vo come forr the  good of your health. Isn't it so, Sully;  Whitechapel sanitarium. Renowned for  treatment.   Perfect cure guaranteed."  "And you call yourself a man, aud  can be so brutal���so diabolical!" gasped'  the girl'        "       , .  "jSever call-names���on principle." '\  <"'But how dare you bring me to tbi*--  dreadful place and keep me? How conic  you tell such a cruel lie? They will  trace you and find me here, and the law  will punish you. Look, I'll mako you  au offer! Release me .and let ine gc  now, and you shall hear nothing about  this matter."  "Eloquent���young���lovely.    Hard to  deny beauty anything. Sorry obliged to  refuse���deeply grieved," said Dr. Fit/,  gerald, with a mocking bow and a oyn  ical smile. . .. '  Mabel 'saw it was hopeless to try to  move him, so sho turned her piteon*  eyes to the woman, who, with arms  akimbo, stolidly surveyed her.  "Ob, you���you aro a woman 1 Surely  ���suroly you can feel for another worn  an!s  dreadful   distress!"   she  pleaded  "Have you no pity for me?"  "This is as good as a theayter. ' Ble^  your lovin 'art, I does as I'm told, aud  asks no questions. If Rich tells me to  take a patient forrtho good of 'er 'elth  I takes her, and as long as the coin  conies in for the grub, and lookin arter  I ain't upset by no pity."  "Oh, if money will do anything,'  cried the girl, "See, here aro my watch  and these rings. Take them���they are  valuable, and you can sell them. And  there is a noto in my purse and some  gold. Take it���take it all,, only let me  go!"  "Best keep still, "-said tbo old worn  an immovably, "and not upsec your  self.   Tain't worth it."  "Pretty baubles,'-' put  in Fitzgerald  ���"dangerous weapons���weal: woman  Better keep them safo myself. "  As ho spoke Dr. Fitzgerald skillfullv  removed every articio of  jewelry    The  purwo he returned   after carefully shaking out its contents.  THE  GLASS  OF  FASHION.  So many cheap imimtion fins ���>:���<.���  used lor 1 lie* fur toques thai tl..-ir  i'*iri'<T may ho :i sho:'. u-.e.  iJi-cl'o is colored iu a variety nl' thus  \��hich do nut nffecl the glo>s .-ind me  shaded1,' from light to dark. Ctvbe  totp-ies are yery popular.  Violets aro very much worn, both  real and artificial, end the latter sprny-  ed with the perfume of Rhino violets  are quite as sweet as the genuine.  A rather strikinjr cosiimie worn by a  ycnuitr woman of fashion Is a lilat-k  cloth skirt. ;i bright but rather a rose  red cloth jacket and a white elmh  waist coin.  Graduated fringe is one of the uo\ cities and far more'graceful than the  straicht around variety. It is loin: and  short, forming- broadjiolms. and hai; a  knoll<>d heading-.  Some of iho newest, long coats of  Uuhi fawn cloth are m:ide with it deop  =Iiapcd iioiuicv which rests on the Moor  ���ill around aud is entirely covered with  runs of sitchiiig. - ' ' . '  ' Antelope gloves are worn by the best  fli-t"��('d women, and tbe undressi'd  ililci-iT skins are also very popular.  While trliu-e yloves iire.ns iiiin-h worn  as over ,fi>r a t'tornoon and evenimxs ut  i ho then ter.  Two yards or even moro of ribbon  with sill; fringe at the ends in:il<t*' a  very popular necktie, wound (wit-e  ai-'-umd^iho, n'eok. tied iu a ,t;not or :i  '���mall iio.-i in front and knotted again  *l.iw down on iho bust when* tin- ends  full to'tli,e waist.  A novelty in nfiir boa Is made of two  whole sable -dcnis spread out to iheii  full width and joined one above the  til her. so that the upper head nnd mi!  meet nroiuyl the neclc nrid the exiremi  tics of the lower one rest on,the slioul  (las nl oil lice 5-ide of (he front. The  effect is much as though', two whole  skins had been enroli'ssly tacked to  uot her.���New York Sun. .-. "  |DL[W'MPil  ��Sj   The Story of a Young  Woman   j*  4 Physician and  a  youup ���  J Man Patient. I  , e.\:iiiiiu:i!ion.     When   it   v nt  ,-,  ' kIu* iepla<e<J  ihr-'mMHiinoiiis, ,1IM  ' in;:   herself  beside   tho   coirr-]',.'  ' quietly:  "Mr.   Croenso,   I   fail  to find M,(, i  symptom of'tli*!.ense,iah(>tit  y,,*.    |   ,  you have overtaxed your iic'ivoin mV" l '  ; a   little  and, need   koui**c'u^i   aw! i! 'lr' ^"T^F  ; tion.     If   you   will   spend   a   ���.���.,,["��� '��� --''7  ; nmnsins yourself, mqstlv in out-C 'J l^v"  ��*"-eS��e,  a��id   will   l��>��*e   work  and b^, '���'$&  i   ind, biisirn'S!*.   entirely   out   of  rlie        ���''as i  I  fi a tunic. 1 will (--ive you a little toni ^ !~  ill    .    -      li_  ,.��� -  ��� -.ni. 'rtf*  '"-1 i'^TTT  It was a proud day for Martha Rvnns  when, after four years' hard work  in a  celebrated   medical  school,  she  returned!  tvor before the month is out  to her native city, rented and  furnished  'dc*a  i.pi-onilst* that you will feel rls '^'''v,":'' f-;-,'Ha  -   '..IJIJ jr.,   j  i  a tiny office on the main street, hl,,,S a .  gilt siffij in the window and sat dowu to  riwait a call from some nfllictod one.  Martha was a "new woman" in the i  sweetest, noblest aud purest sense of  that much abused word. She had none of  the coarse, mannish affoctntions that ho  many women stipnosc they must display  in order to impress the world with their  mental suporioi ity, but a holy desire Jo  relievo mankind of a few of the "ills that  flesh is heir to" made her voice soft with  womanly sympathy.  , Dr. Evans spent the first three days in  arrnngins: and rearranging the little of lice  Into which she had gathered numerous  tokens of love received from friends nnd  admirers, and the place wore n decidedly,  feminine appearance.    "  On.the morning of the fourth day, just  ns she was entering the office door, a loud  ring'at tlio telephone.-ni.idtf her heart leap  with expectation. She fairly ran to the  instrument and received this message;  ''Please call at once nt the residence of  Mrs. Creo'ngo.    Mr. GreeiiKO is ill." ���  J  In her linsto to answer the call she al-,:  most forjrot - her medicine .case. The ���  Orcchgo residence was only a few blocks  Pmei  him the prescription .she had i,(.t.n "77 pme:  Ins while she was- speaking and \\,Jl>}' fci&  she drew on her gloves, tinned ������ \'k, is?0-'1*  GreeiiKO and,began'an aiiiina'ie.i ,im"|f' l/vili'  satinu about old times and old fs-rlMU|sl'1" ]'t.jC  Paul Greengo M-atched her a few a;, i*'B.oi  uten.' a heavy' frown between^.;., ,], ��' -'' the  then arose and left the room'w'iii10p.1''<''lb'ef  ��'0''d. ��� ' L;~:S  Two days later, ns Dr. fivain *?at t,   fifZV  re her own cozy grate fm, h-h^L ,T klaeu  for  oiornuig   paper,  and (��reein;n entoretl  tho   office doov Z'wtlr&W  eves   01)f.J  w'H^���iJ  thos/* last two days,'  Miiriba's   ��rei��t   hint*  tears.  "Vr. Greengo." she Raid, "yon J,n,iw,r*"-/.Vs'  tuKjusl a yoitn;: physician nnd Lan-���.'���)'.. 'Pe  little experienco. I,, will he gin.! ,f -",'; \.A,  will   consult  some  one  oldor and J.', ' -'%-^--  tliuo !." . ;(1//;}::-  "No;   I   will   not,"   he Replied  s-ol,-.',  "1 don'i  want a'ny ono else;    1 m.. ^  you can help me.    That in why I isiW '>~~f  'thii> moruiu-,'.    i ,wnn,t to toll ym {\ur!''?7.e��-t-  sdec  distant, but the short walk gave Martha ! ?,tlbl0^   i1'')'"^     nm'n,��,,?- ��!"�� ' '^'?P��  iiove I-uo'Hi chcc-rul company.  >\>*j  time  to  compose herself,  and   when  old'! I" ,w �����"'-�� ��--��w*- ��"' couipany.    , n<  Mrs.   GreeiiKO Kreoted   her the" vouthful j '-'f .>ou e:.'"J10t lirran��e ->'V"r work ��� ��W  physician was us <,uiot aud dignified as if ��� l,r,v0 w,tJl me for au  Il0Ur ��' *'> "*f  THE TURF  REVIEW.  Alonzu .McDonald liad 11 winniiigf  out of 12 starts with .Joo (Siihni. '.'rKP',.  in  1S0S).  \V. \V. P.. 2:0r>K'. and Roberts. 2c\!��',(.-  both pacers, are, said to bo ihe t-r.-it-k  te.-iui at Denver. ,   ���  .The old pacer Wes'linout, 2:l.'>:t'i* and  2:01->4, with ruiuiing .,in.-ito. , foaled i>��  KSTo, is in pasture near Palatine. Ills."  Mr. Darlington of Pittsburg has high  hopes thai his roconHess i rotter. Mr.  Middlentay, will-bo a sensation next  season.    ,"  Harney P.aior, black chestnut. 2:20 at  3 years. Is by Rutger Alcantara, dam  by'an imported Poi'dioron horse said  to' weigh 1.4."if) pounds.  Little Edgar. 2:10VS. * and Excel.  2:10-;'.. owned by Mr. .lames Ilanley of  Providence, tire reported to bo otic of  the tiuest of pole teams.  The racing season'in England closed  with Seusalion second to Onnc in the  list of winning sires "with. C20.13S,  about SIOO.OW). k> his credit.  G. \V.. Williams paid $2,500 for .Miss  Prance, by Red Wilkes, when sho was  a'2-year-old and has sold ber only living foal. Kellar. 2:UP/_.. for $t",.200."  W n Mellon:;hi has roturued from  .\ iis-M i I.-i to tlie Pulled States and will  ii-n'..-i'ii here'. Ho was for three'years  a-1.a !iii'i,-for_i.ie'"VftMiTia Turf ofm*.  A trotter named King Cotton, owned by X. B Webb, .lamosiowu, N. V..  will be raced in l')00, it is said, llo \s  by Goodwin, fiom Uie dam of Lord  .Vinc-eut. 2:0.S-';',. and is reported fast.  Mr. I-\ J. Diwy of N'lagara Palls ha?  bought the black horse Consul, 4 years  old. by Ambassador, dnni Rui.suti. by  B!e<*t loneor. Ho is crerlited with hcl-  ���er than 2:20 speed and will have a  i-haiKv to show it in 1000 after a season in the stud.���Turf. Piohl aud Purm.  life was an old story  "You remember me, don't you, my  dear?" asked Mrs.' Greengo, extending  her hand, nnd Martha replied: '  ''To be sure 1 do, but who- Is Mr,  Greengo?   I thought you were a widow."  "I am a widow, niy'dear.; Mr, Green go  Is my nephew, a v,cry brilliant young lawyer,' but somewhat given to melancholy.  He seemed well enough when he came  down this  morning,   but- a  few  minutes  mo nn tig."  'He looked so belplesa nnd niKer-ii'/  this great giant with the uu-hmctci  eyes, that Martha answered readi!*-:   V  "I   will, I'Jlr.   Greougo,  for- I   am t<V  anxious to help you." > '  And so it came about that they ijrci*,,  together every   nioruitig  thereiirter.'si  little Dr.  Bvans amused her' bij: \uilcj--ty,~7-r'>  with  merry con versa tion,'and Ik,* L*?j�� 6^*^-1  at once to uieml. ., [fVa^S  The-days aud  the weeks flew in-, at'^VVwi  *i mn  ;; tirt  :-the  ;tU  "He:  lib1  ago became ill oud asked me to rail you." .,J h,?'t ays a.ud {bv. wccks ,aovf '*��� ^\W.  ' So saying, the old lady led the way into -Mal"tha ? P��i'?n" increased in ..uu..u*,t'fV.'agi  the   sitting   room,   where   Mr.   Grceugo.    buAvul ,n Importance. -^^0:  clad  in dressing gown and slippers ami     '. 0��e niorumg m June Pntil entered tL--,       B  with   eyes  closed,   lay   stretched   at   full  ' '"lo ofl.50 on Main ttrcot with a curwiy^STj..  leneth on a great conch before the fire- \ W^'V-0 .1"? oyo8:j  ..,     . , '^Trr  place. , "IIore  is   the  doctor.   Paul,   my    ,. .Doc'��r..   .���� soid._   'I   wish yon ��qM^0��;  ���<1  dear,"   anhounced    Mrs., Greongo,    and  then she seated-herself on, the couch al.  his feet.  The man on the couch moved his bead  slightly, but made no other sign of baviuK  heard.  Martha's quick eye noted the giaut  frame, the long black hair and the larjre,  strong mouth as she drew a chair to his  side and. laying her tiny fingers on hi,"  wrist, asked in jrentle tones:  "What is the trouble, Mr. Grceugo?  Where are you 'ill V"  Without openinj: his eyes' he replied  crossly:  "I am a lawyer, madam, and not a physician. How do i kpow what is the trouble? ��� 1 sent foryon to find out."   ,  "Yes, sir; I know," said the lady eonr-  ingly, "hut you must tell me how <you  feel. ' Vour pulse Is quick, but with no  Rijms of fever.   Show me your tongue?"  He extended '�� large,-.red. clean tongue,  and Maltha continued in sweet, coaxing  tones: " *  '  "Your tongue ' is peculiarly henlthy  looking, so it canuot be your stomach, j  Now, tell mc. have you pain any place?  Are you dizzy or faintV" The patient  opened a pair of large, melancholy brown  eyes, looked her squarely in the fr.ceahd.  laying his band over his left breast, said.'  "For a long, loag time 1 have had a  strangely numb, empty feeling right heie  and a pain, not an ache, but such a pain  as I used to hnvo in childhood when my  APHORISMS.  A good  intention clothes itself with  power.���Emerson.       '    "    .  To, do so  no  more Is  the tiuest  repentance���I.ut her.  Necessity reforms the poor and satiety, the rich.���Tacitus.  Keprove' thy   friend   privately;   commend him publicly.���Solon.  Wealth   is  not   his  that   has  it,  but  his that enjoys it.���Frankliti.  -   When passion, Is on the throne, reason is out of doors.���M. Llonry.  Variety Is lhe very spice of life, that  gives it all its flavor.���Cowper.  Rashness  Is the faithful  but  unhappy parent of misfortune. ��� Puller.  A straight line is the shortest lu inor-  He untied tho nntimacassara, rephicrn! I als  as   in   mn-lheiii.'iiie.s.-Mai-la   Bilge*  them smoothly on   tho  only two chair- |  worth.  in tho room and then repeated hi  threats in tones tbat loft uo doubt oi  his intention to fulfill them if ncccshary  Then, holding the door ajar while Sall\  passed out, ho turned for a final iujuuc  tion:  "Lady understands. No noise���nc  attempt to leave until   euro complete, '  Mabel had risen from the conch and  stood facing tho open door A shadow  fell across it   A man'*-voico exclaimed  "Hello, Rich! What the deuce- is  your latest?"  "Lady    indisposed,"    replied    Pitz  The man has a right to do as he  pleases, except when lie pleases lo do  right.���Simmons.  liy taking revenge a man is but oven  with bis enemy, but iu passing over it  ho is superior.���Macon.  BASE LIBELS.  ' The last request a woman usually  makes to her most intimate friend is  not to tell her age.  P-oforc  Ihc  undertaker's  bill  is  paid  the average  widower begins to speak  mother   had   punished   me.     1 , feel   like  weeping sometimes, nnd lately, on sever  al occasions,  by  heart  has palpitated so  wildly that it made nie faint and ill."  Martha's cheeks flushed lightly.  Kneel  inp- beside him, she laid  her ear against  his chest and listened.    Truly, the pulsn  tion of'his heart was peculiarly rapid.  "Are you too ill to'rise V" she asked  timidly.  "Why, If it is necessary, 1 suppose 1  can stand," ,he replied savagely, rising tn  his feet.  Mrs. Greengo shook her head and looked frightened. Dr. Evans tsuiile'd roguishly.  "1 wish to get my ear between your  -shoulders. Mr. Greengo;", she paid, quietly eying the tall figure before her. "Shall  I stand on tbe couch or will yon sit  down? And please remove your dressing  gown.1'  lie smiled just the ghost of a smile and  Bat down. He was so helpless it required  the assistance of both Indies to remove  his dressing gown. The doctor then  took two nt range looking instruments  from her grip and proceeded to give Mr  Greengo's   heart   nnd   lungs   n   thorough  listen to iuy heart this morn ing.'^ --*>*��Vy  Martha looked alarmed and iimi.<>iiia:.-tv"��ha\  ly   arose  aud   laid   her   ear  agiiiiiM t^K.^fre'i  'broad chest from which  Paul had ih.wJi��\-&(&  his coat and vest. -, ^        I'-.'r.��������-���  Do   you   not   hear   a   strnuse  K'ntdiC^v,"  there, doctor?" he asked. ��r\����?  ^J'-No,   1 do not. ..Mr. Greengo," she re;��� .'jjVajaja  ���p*yi��d.    "It seems to uie your heart bw'.!";J';I)bj  wonderfully strong and true." t^fVlas  She moved away,- but  tie'drew tn-r I:, .7^111  him. _  V~'i$j'A;J  1  "Something  is   wfong   with   vour (.-.rr �����'%���(?  Martha." be said, "for 1 hear it pi.iiiil.T-'/^;,"M?  a lillle sour in1,my heart thiif'shig* eH:;"??,4^  '1 love you, I love you, I love yon.' "      V^?caxi  "Paul Greengo!" cried  Martha. *irii-.^4^&  ing herself from^bis embrace and looking*V/5,!:&��  angrily  into  his soft  eyes.       Have yon j .<vr-^v<*'  been fooling me all this time?"    " . ��$&&.  "So, darling." he replied.   "I.have L^!|||-aM��  all  the  symptom's <I   told'you  of.    Tr.-|'^^e  buruin*;   emptiness   nnd   pniu   came i,-,'.* f'^��?M|?S  my  heart  the morning  I   saw you ;i,b,t f?^".j&j  that little gilt sign iu the window. A'ler 'ij'l^fS  that every time I saw you or lii'.i:'!-'.:   ,.*r,-,:|Pv?  name or'even  thought of yon my ��>w / '0vi,lv  would leap into my throat and ilii-.-c [���'..* Z'VV^Foi  pitiite so wildly   1  could hardly lir.*ai'.-.e. u; /��nia  Don't give me any more pills ur pii'M-rip- ,/^QH  lions, dear, .but give me your own s��*tt V -v^am'  self,'aud   Twill  be  w ell  and happy tit -'/v^'wlt  rest of my days." ' ���V r 7gra  Paul ia Martha's only patient now, ad     ',,,   *��,  she declares she has rII *be can attend tu.'.'-C-.'^^  -it   rec  ���Chicago News.  Alas  V-r    i.  Lord, LtinsdoAVtie   Vt^lt�� TnrniT,  No ono waa admitted to Tuiuits  house in Queen Anne street unless specially Invited. There was a sort of l.P  tie Iron grille in the center of the fro: ^ ^dP��*  door, through which tbe old l!ou^\��.the  keeper used to look and see who ^V.w- ��19  there. As an example ot the raiil^'jV.'VcUp  visitors the late Lord Lnnsdoum* n'.v \v.^9l"  was a great lover of art and a filmic! )^ --}]  'Turner's, told mc that after iTcenlci 7",^.".  no answers to his letters he resolved! ^ .'-.-v',^  beard tbe Hon in his dcu. He tlurf \'- ;y,  fore went aud Uuockcd at the door^ ,/V*."1  when, a shock bead appeared at tL��, 7'7it%  Iron grating, and its owner called o��r-~ ^/v'  "Cat's meat, I suppose?"  "Yes, cat's meat," answered h''  lordship and squeezed himself to"  "Millais" Life of Turner."  A DUTereuoc In Ttuttc*.  "T saw you kissing my daughter, '  don't like it, sir."  "Then you don't know what's ^  sir."-Life.     ^  - ,     -HI  7^\gol'  tihe  ,'afL  * ^ hai  0 "pin  '\ sod  AN OBSTINATE CASE OF, FIFTEEN  YEARS' STANDING IS CURED JB_Y  DR, CHASE'S CATARRH CUREr:~  MANY   DISTRESSING   SYMPTOMS."  guru Id���"convalescent homo. "  Then the door closed, but  not before ! of himself as a "boy."  Mabel Feu ton had seen   tho   newcomer 1  clearly and distinctly  Merciful   powers, what  did it mean"*  Was her  reason   giving way?   A sandy  \ man with a scar across his forehead and  "wuu oulv ono arm!  .   ,    '"^/."'-n   he be   doin#   hero?" she  ,H  Lady Florence- Mostyii'e  cried     "lt  brother!"  To bo continued.  As He Sffirfi**] For (hi-  Cnnc  "Goocrby. Alfred, darling. Vou have  cheered me up If I get lonely and de-  pr.essed again. I'll Just look at your  dear [iboto. That's sure to make mc  laugh and laugh and laug!i:"~Punoh.  The usual proof of friendship is the  reciial hy friends of all the scandal  tlmy know about previous friends.  Occasionally yos  find a man willing  to  be   the   under   dog   because  of   the  sympathy that goes with It.    The dog  I on top. all bough ibe best dog, is never  ! admired by any oti".  The  foolish  and   wicked   practice of  1 profane swearing is so low and mean  ! a vice that every  person of sense and  1 character   detests   and   despises   it.���  '���'"���.sliinglon.  In .nn .j,e affnirs 0f pf^ S0C|n| ns ^^j  ns political, curtesies of a small and  trivial character ,,.(> |]|p onos u.1)in  strike deepest to the gilltc.f���i nP<i flp-  preclfttlve heart.���Henrv r>)B���  Tee writer of the following letter believes that Dr. Chases' Catarrh Cme  ���will positively cure any case of catarrh  in tho country.  This confidence- is the result of 0110 of  the most loniarkablo cures evnr recorded. Have yon ever met with a moro  diptres-iug case of catarrh?  Mr. Henry A. Pancott, 1 Wellington  avenue, Toronto, stat<s:���"I\havo been  seriously afflicted with   catarrh   of tin  nose and throat  the   wholo  of  the Jo  years I have livt (1   in   Toronto, and, in  fact, was doctoring  for it heforo I lofi  tho Old   Country.    The disease  rfevel  op.d  deafness iu   tho   left  <"ir. ��'��'<*   -*  had almost   entirely   lo,*-*-  tho, sense of  smell  "Notwitlistuiid'iig the nso of many  remedies and repeated hoispital treatment, I ^*" truthfully eny I was never  reaP/ benefitted until "I ������used Dr.  ^riaso's Catarrh' Cure. It is the only  remedy that enabled me to clear niy  npstril of tbe hard and oflenBive mnqus.  that gathered there.  , "My case was a bad  one, and   ur  quired six boxes of Dr. Chase's C'��r*  Ouro to conquer ifc.    Alter jhohv tl]^  appointing iailures it is  gratify'"? 'jj  lind so grand a  remedy.    I 1(,ll.tVV  will cure any  ca6e  of catarrh iu   ' *,  country." .  Such an,obstinate case of elm)"10  larrh c. uki not be   cured   byauyot'  remedy offered for sale today.    ^"e  er you have "cold in   tho  hen''" ��fpf  tarrh of long staudiug, yon can use  Chase's Catarrh Oure with perfectc���  flcieiico that it  will   afford   inline*1,  lOlief and pennanontly cure.  With each box   is given free an  *  proved blower, which sends the renU .  direct to the diseased parts.    Vou c��  afford toexperimput  with'^o-ofil'6'1  medics.    Noglect brings  cousuuip11  Hdgin    a   cure   today by   ll9IIIp*0j  Chase's Catarrh Cure.    25 centa a ' f  blower free, at all   dealers,   or by ��  from Ediuansopt Bates & Co., Ton"1   j^Ejji.  an  f li'a  boi  1 1  1     v r    .. ��    T+*  1 rr* '* j *  'i I. io]  �����*���  '���"  *���(,.  f  *  'TjrlJEvJVlOYIE LEADER.  tie  I .1.1  15.   (���  CONGRESSIONAL CUTS.  ',.,, rt    <'~n . '.i.MnyjB,  N 'ui- *: "  '   '"...'. ���  'I  M tl.     ' *  i";-m.r, ^~ .    ol'ior fj '-->,       >' /   ,           nd bjoLi    7 "^�� congress ever yet did so much harm  riie Di      as timid citizens feared it would. A gieat  to'iK ,7) ? ^c'al ��!if' fol,*v   wo,,*s itself off in  talk -  M)���!ii,':" J/Haj-tford^Uourant.  ft11  "/'K'fConsiess-'ls  always  said   to  --.it      The  en *".d p^meuibei-3 have all had to run *-o haul fo.  tl, , '   f H"' llia^,   when    Ihey    get    there   they're  ., VkCi T raigbty1 glad.'to engage in fitting.��� Zaiies-  I ,      ' I viJIo Coui-Jer.  fuuls * Congressmen who say the coming sos-,  ft\, ,],, * sion will^;6eV;, the most iiniiortant .since  h   M '     the civil war-'niust not forget to facilitate  iilioi*1   /the^woik in a/.practicai and semible way.  3 ��� ���St."LouWfGlohe-Democrat..  <��� k^j i   t ^.Withj a^^sjp'esidential   campaign   itnnii-'  i rir \\] ^nenH congl-osgional action in all respect--  ������*, fe/wlll^be swayed, us heretofore in seasons'  L{of��^nationaVJfeleeiioiiK,   by   partisan   con-  St I  A Itomedy lias btscu Discovered that will  I'crinaxiontly   Cure   Catiirrln,,  J    IU     .(   I   ��        ,7 V*      ,     ,,.   * *  ......  i ft(   J' ests.r- Tecithey-average congressman,   in-  u���.  fj^deed, his "party is the' public���Philadel-<  .   .   l- r"nhln   Remwl'^  Iwj  M  ' I,  i. m ,( . i^Biderationfli��'rather than   by   public inter-  '   ft!     .��_��**"  l(r, 'Udecd  ^.ipi'iiK^   *  LIEE||piFfICULTIES.  ,   'i .'���S^^iH^sli^rr  ���   ,  'Pehalties^bf,, Modern Methods  ^'  'i w''W'',of. Living.  Pi6loni|I3e|:fl8.���We   read  a  great  deal concerning   tho .hardships    and  v v aufferingstenSuredv by   tho   Canadian  ��� ~~   .. y-, JV/i'.v ''. �� S -I,                 T". _  > nov !  IU L I.  d   'i-n,.  JAPANESE   CATARRH   CURE   CURES.  This Is not merely the words of the makera  of tin-, remedy, but the^issertion is backed up  by leading i bysioiaus and tho honorable testimonies oi nundr-d-s of cured Ones And more,  there U an absolute guar- ntee to cuie in every  package or money villbe refunded. We will  also send a tivo weeks' ti ia) quantity- free to any  person suffering from tills clangeiou? disease.  Japanese Catarrh Cure ia a new discovery,  ttirg a pmicripiion perfected, bv one or  Ainu ica's most f-uceesstul specialises in treats  lug this disease, lt is a soothing-,��� penetrating  and healing pomade, prepared from stainless  couipoaiidfi of Iodine and Essential oils, to be  inserted up th.*. nostrils. The heat nl the liody  melts it, and tlio very a��t of breathing carries  it *i> the disia.si.-d part?. It reiiches. sooihts  and heals every part of the raucous membrane,  curing invariably all forms of catarrh ot the  nose and ihroat, and all forms ot catarrhal  deafness, Mr. Joseph Little, the -well known  mill owner of Port EsBington, B. O., wrirc-s:  "Japanese Catarib Cure comj-lotely cured nie  of catarrh, which had tr..uliled rue lor 25 years,  during which time I hud spent over S-l.OiO on  remedied and specialists in Toronto and San  BYuneisco. About two yeirs ago I procun-tl  six boxes of Japanese C��tarrh Cure, and blnce  completing this treatment linve not felt 1he  sliglites syioptoms of my former trouble. I  can h ghly roeiiTimend it. f, Uelaef camrt from  iho first npplication. We nlways keej) a supply In iho mill for cuts .iiid'burus. and consider  it superior 'o any other renif-.iy lorlicillnj;."  B.ild by all drcgglsts. SO cents. Sample frp��.  Knclvso 5 cent stamp. Address, The Grifliih3  & Macplierson Co., 1^1 Cliuroh Street, Toronto.  TRUST THRUSTS.  an i  I ta'^  i   tlu'  ll    I     4.  HIE  ^o is  i<)  On  Kcni  . uK'  il*  mi T't  T   l!rr|.  II s'  p-lll'l  * tl. 't  I    The him her trust  will  make  the ,con  Etiiuer plank down.���Chiclijfo News.  |    If the hens form a trust', they will probably  try  to control  the egg  plant.���Ex-  ^ionoers^inl'ttte early days of our   Do-   change.  \ million/"j'Bufc^ho truth'is that many  of ^tnoir descendants, in our ovn  tirnesf'eiJdnroVeq.ually as much as  did  ,, J-  J>-  'v.'i'-'.i'S!  - <  their forefathers.    ���  ' The casefofi'Miss. Anna Young, of  this.ftb3?n^��iP &n ins tan co. Miss  JSToun^'TiS^^grand-dougbter ' of Col.  Henry^ Yotrngi tho United -Empire  IiOyalis^in^.whose honor Fort Henry  ftt KingstpniTyv'as named.    She  says:  'I badi^siiffered with rheumatism. for  '      r    li ^v... .,��,>..  ���,  7byyentyfyj&ax,B:  nd i1'  ct r ,j  i wot,*  My poor body was   all  In t,i.     twisted^oufc'b^ shape; so'you  can  im-  iuaL-,v^v agine^tlie'^ony I endured.    My  phy-  Eioians^coniu   not help  hie; all ' the  ^medirane^Kused were utterly -useless.  /   'iI^r|ad|fof Dr.   Ai-nold's   English  ^oxlu'^il^'one day, and thou'trht I'.d  ,*give^t]ienl^;trial.    I am thankful  for  en"-' * ha/nngltha^'inspiration, for I am now  '**' ������-' ,   free<3'fronr'|!very   terriblo   pains    aud  ,in ']   -ac^esT^tlmnks to Dr-. Arnold's English  ,t    Toaan^pMs���and  to   them  alone.   'I  j  ^cannot,*; of:, course,   bo   made  young'  sh*����-l   * again,jfo^I'will be  7i)  years  old . in  t bei<    "'Depeinbwr.^Syet  I  feel   I  can end niy  I " days iri1 peace, thanks to Dr.  Arnold's  turl   ^English Prills.''   '  i> "..tt-DrK'^rnolds'   English'Toxin  Pills,  ...ir."     the only-tmedicino on earth that cures  * win ���, ^ vn*it "   '  �� m* ^disease j^by killiim the germs tbat  " ' "��� ^cause ifc|--iaro sold by all druggists afc  'lr" i *\7#c.Xa*]?ax; sample size' 25c, or sent  J',kiD��j wpfepaiS^irreceiiJt: of' price, by The  1 ;��' ^^jSLniold^Chomicar Co., Limited, Can-  ,e itlMJa&S^Lifo" Building, 42 King, Street  i' K^WemTbrbnto.   'c '      "    '  r*#rlSggj&3ot  tho  Corroot TIiu*.  ' z\ nJaIce Poster was for many yearn one  Mo.    He  hack' between   Oregon   ami  1 Foiest^City aud was known io every  {/Some ofcthe recently orfrnnized trustu  wUl turn out to he natned Miller before  tin next ��eason is over.���Atlanta Consti-  tnUop.   ' r ,  Self .Bvldent.  ' "What Is the title of your essay?",  asked the kind .father. '  '���'The Value of Time.'"  '.'I'm afraid it won't do. Anybody  With a proper comprehension'of that  topic would know better than to sit  down and write essays .about it."���  Washington Star.  e "  t'/e'  \ .*  \pf the'cliaraelera-of Oregon.  'drove!!, the  . *      ^ j*^>.  ^ rip-  T lit  A SURE C URIC BQH HEADACHE.���  BIUous hendaohe, to which women are  more hubjecl than men, hecoines so acute  in soniH tunj-ocs cimt, they are .utterly  prostrated. ih.o sci-mach refiifos food.,  and thiroisa ion.ctant anfl distressing  effort to free rhe stomach from' bile which  has become unduly secreted there ,Par-  nielO'i's Veg. tible Pills are n ppeedy  alterative, hihi in neutral zing thf effects  of tins li truclirg bile reli. ves too pressure  on tho nerves whiih.cau os the headache.  Try them.  .  FilHt  Drlrliij;   Iu   fluNxiu.    *'  lu the larger cities of Russia there  is no limit to the speed at which a  horse may be driven ibr(ugh the pub  lie streets. The typical harness- horse  is the Orion*, ii breed founded by Count  OYlolT-Cheiiienkki, being a cross lie-  tween_ the Arabian stallion Smetauka  and imported mares, principally Kng  lish. ' .     '  , ~  An n vera go roadster is IG hands.high  and weighs 1.100 pounds, with heavy  mane, a bushy tail.that reaches nearly  to th'e ground and "iron" limbs that  show great muscular development  The favorite color.. Is gray. Such au  animal is driven through the principal  streets of St. Petersburg at a furious  pace, that portion near the center and  beside tbe surface car tracks bulug reserved for   fast driving.  .During the winter mouths teams of  THAT GOLD  SERVICE.  A   Pciv   Ili-iiiai-Un   AuruiKiH   ��C  Queen  Victoria's  Dinner Pt-t.  The pieluresi'iu''romancer w !:o sends  out the s-iuff about Willie Kaiser's visit  to the queen says in bi.-�� cheery ol'fhMid  manner that grandma's table service  Is of solid gold aud worth S10.OW.000.  This is a large riuui even for a full svt,  as it would be a good ui-^iit school exercise to figure what the Individual  butter plates would come to if the gold  teapot' w :�� inarked down to f?J>;).'jyO.  'It isu'i iiio sort of .set cither that the  queen would care to put out before the  kind of women who have the souvenir  habit. If she gave that sort of n din-  U'*r party, she'd probably- want to  dress the coachman up'as a butler'and  then have him stand at the door and  search the guests as they passed out.  It wouldn't'do to ,take'many careless  chances with pie plates at' $7,210  apiece. There are people who would  be so overcome by this sort of display  thatrthey'd probably try to bite chunks  out of the ?-U>00 linger bowl.-.  At the same time there is one thing  you don't have to worry so much about  If you own a gold set like the queen's���  there isn't so'much danger that the  hired girl will sinn^h il up. On lhe  other baud. It wouldn't he easy to Hike  a dent in an ?11.4."��0 cream pitcher out  of her"week's wages. You can't drop a  %l\1.c>0Q soup jilate In the kitchen sink  very. many times without Its showing  the effects of tho fall.  That's the great trouble with gold-  It's so'ductile., We never liked it on  the table on that account. -Cood old  stoneware clii'.ia may not take so high  a polish, but we use It in place of gold  every time.  ' THE COUGHING and wheezingof per-  -ons troubled with hrorrci;it;iD=; or the  asthma is excessivo y hanisai.ig to thern-  olves and nnnoyiog to others.* Dr.  L'horaas' Eolei-ttio Oil obviates all this  entirely, safety and (--peedily, and is a benign remedy for la.moiio-.s, sores, injuries,  pilea, kidney an J spinal troubles.  the  '    . Ot Cobmc  Not.  Groat   Author���That   really    is  most senseless story I ever wrote.  His   Wife���Are   you   going   to   sign  your name to it V  "Why. if 1 didn't thoy wouldn't take  it."���Life.   ' i<  , nc  ^maujwonian and child,in Holt comity.  ^.Orcgpn^ls three miles from the railroad  ;amhfof>atiy years was uot connected   ^7'.;;! lliree al)m.xst are dl.,ven  t0  , wItb*jan.Y  other   town   by   ether  tele- ^ ^ n ^.^ mimUe There  graph or telephone.   One morning Rob-    , ..._ _���-._.*. ,.���  ,...,.._  i r  ii >r<  ���, sp*  if P  frr  ou-  *-.:<,  iv '.  nd i'  nti  ed t  llltr  dor K  tL��  IU  qrt-^Montgomery   hailed   Foster as  the  -���'"hhcl^'staited for I-'orest City and sajd:  f- .-\' "Jak��, I wish you would get lhe cor-  *���-   rect4lme at Forest.   My watch stopped  4;iasf;night."  ^'"Xll right. Rob." said Jake.  ��� "��� ^When^Jake returned from Forest,,he  *, put*uphills team and walked around tc  thevi>ank where Moutgomery presided.  i  <*���*. v -  v Stalking into  the bank,  Jake stepped  ,'UiipUoitbe' window, and" laid  down  a  '''soiled "bit of paper bearing the figures  .     "11-17 ^i  ^ V'Whab-is that?" asked  Montgomery  In astonishment.              -  "That." replied Jake. "Is the correct  ^ time at"^Forest."���Omaha   Woi'ld-Uer-  ^nM^*^  _ .   '^'/v;    C>^' Too Often.  <r-?'*T|'aln up a.boy iu the way he should  '^g&'&'safd   Uncle  Jerry   lVehies. ."aiul  a.bon|^nijie  times  out of   ten   he'll  go  afler*vsOnie feather headed gal (bat  V> balnjfgot nuthin wuih uieullouiii but a  purty %fnpe and a likin fur ice cream  ~ sody."���Chicago Tribune.  Is racing all winter, the courses being  flooded nt night to provide three Inches  of solid Ice. American pneumatic Sulkies/ harness., boots, gaitiug appliances, etc., are. In general use.  '   Those   Lovinii Glrl��. .  Clara���Did you notice that fine look-  lug gentleman turn and look back at  'me after he had passed?  Maude���Yes: Isn't it'queer how little  it, takes to turn n man's bead?���Chicago News.  SLfciliPLkKS.SKaS ��� When tho nerves  are uii-truug and thciwhule bo.1y yiveu  up to wieC'licdness, when c%;J'rniud- is  filled with gloom <>ucl ai mul foreh.-uings,  jjue'rtisuit ot (lunvngeinenc of toe cli��e-iive  or-iii.nsI.siecp!os>suea-. cuines to add to the  distress. If only ihe subject could sleep  the.e would he'oLmi'jo for a while anu  temporary reJuf. P.trm. lee's Ve^etaole  Pills will not only muuee .-leep, i.uc will  act-so benelici iliy that the .-ubjejc wib  wakerefro=heti aru .p^r^rorl to happiness.  Preparing to He Dlanppolntcd.  'T am really clel'ghted at the interest my boy Tommy is taking In his  writing." said Mrs. Hickelby. "He  spends two hours a clay at It."  "Really?     How   strange!     now  did  ,you"get him to do it?"  "Oh, as for that. 1 tohl him to write  me out a list of everything he wanted  for Christmas, aud he's still at it."-  Tit-Bits.'      l ,  An  Experienced rietreniter.  "Do you regard astauding army as  a public danger?." asked the man who  precipitates inopportune discussions.  "I   don't'-believe  there   is  any   such'  thing." answered the Filipino soldier  "All the armies I ever saw were goiug  at full-speed.    It was all I could do to  keep ahead of 'em."  Lots  of   L.ne1<^  "Reen hunting?" asked the friend.  "Ves"' answered the man in sportsman's costume. ''  "Have any luck?"  "Lots." ,      ���    -  "What did yon kill?"  "Nothing.' We had a man in the party who had never been hunting before.  None ' of us got shot."���Washington  Star.  Russian families, when moving to  a new home, kindle the fire on the  hearth with coal brought from the ok"  res i deuce.  Why buy imitations of doubtful  merit when ihe-Geuu.ne can he purchased, as easily. ���  .The propnetoisof MINARD'S LINIMENT infoiu) us .thai their sales tin;  past year still entitle their pre pa rati n  to be consul nd the,BEST and FIRST  in tho hearts of their co-mtrymen.  *���,  s  HEALTHY,  313"  Healthy,   happy   girls  often   become  languid and despondent;, from no apparent  cause, in''the;-'early days of   their woman-  . hood.     They   drag'  along,   always   tired,  never   hungry,   breathless and with palpitating hearts after slight, exercise, so that  to   merely! walk   up  stairs   is   exhausting.  Sometimes, a short, dry cough leads to the  fear that they are going into consumption.  Doctors tell them they are anaemic���which  means   that   they   have   too   little  blood.  Are you like that?   ,  v \iMore pale and anaemic, people have been made bright, active  and strong by Dr.Williams'. Pink Pills than any other medicine.  Mrs.M. Ns.Toncas, Ber hier, Que, writes:���"My daughter, nged  fifteen, h  been restored to good health through the. use- of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.   She w  has  ns  i Do not take anything that does not bear the full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." It is an experiment and a hazardous  pne to use a substitute. Sold by all dealers or post paid at 50 cents a  \jox, or six bops for $2.50, by addressing the Dr.Williams' Medicine Co.,  JJrockville.  Mystlueri. i  "Mamma, my hin'.iday comes thi>  year on Mouday. doesn't it?"  "Yes, dear."  "And last year lt was on Sunday,  -wasn't it?"  -Ves. dear."  "Did it come on Saturday the year  before las' V  -Ves. dear."  "Mamma, how many days In the  week was I born on?"���Chicago Trib-  uue.    I'lHfUor l)nys of tho rust.  Pro'vlnus totho Introduction of Griffith's  Monthol Liniment, bulli.donnii, menthol  and porous piasters wore extunslvoly used.  For pains In any port of Iho body  Griffiths' Menthol Liniment is superior  to plasters of any kind. It. imnn-iliatfly  penntTates to the painful parts, relieving  lna fow minutes. Sold by all .druggists  85 cents.'-. ' '.'. '  '��� ��� ''  '.,'���',.-.Lnn'iyR nml  I.piipr Life.  Ouo of the most, remarkable oases of  ���longevity on 'record was that of an  Englishman, born iu HS;j.; whose delicate nppcarancoVmacle all the doctors  give hi in up when he was in the cradle. His. chest was so narrow, says  the report, that be seemed to have  difficulty lu breathing, r Well, this  young.'moribund,.'condemned by the  doctors to die in short order, died in  Hl,"il at the age of TOO.' He saw the  Tciini of ton kings. ,  Weciindi Tlango. consul of Venice at  Smyrna, .measured only 57..centimeters.,  around the chest, and one of his lungs  was diseased. Nevertheless- be lived  to lhe age of-115 years. lie was innr-  i-lcd live times nnd had *li) children.  When, he was 100 years bid. he got his  wisdom teeth. When''he was 110. hi.s  lu'iir turned, black . again. At 111*' Ii 1 s��  '���yi'bruws ami hl-�� tieat-d���turned black.  ?  ns  <-l^=A "4-**"��  ���iilh*  Vy'omen are cora- >  .- in^ to understand j  (  that the B-riekaohes, j  (/?fSF^   A Headaches,   Tired  mT^k  *-.  Spells from which ,  they suffer, aro due j  to wrony action oi 1  the kidnej-s. i  ,Tho poisons that i  ought to be cariied  oil   are   sent   back  mul-  -  ���    --          .���������_-_^ fMmrjtwwjlni ii uiii   ���! ���  Into the blood, tnking v/ith them  titude of pains' and aches.  S0ffl?3 ICId^ey Pills  drive away pains and r.ehes, nifAe women  healthy ami bappv���able to enjoy life.  'Mis. C. Ji. Gillespie, 204 Britain Street,  St. John,N.B., says: . ,  " Some time ago I had a violent attack  of La Grippe. From this, severe kidney  troulile arose, for which I doctored with  p. number of tho best "physicians ir. St  John, but received little- relief. ,Hearing  Lh'un'a Kidney'Pills highly spoken of, 1  began their uso and in a bhoit time found  th**in to bo a perfect cure.,,Before taking  tliCht' X'i^s 1 Buffered such torturo that I  liouli' uot turn over in bed without assist-  'iiioc. Doan'H Kidney Pills have rescued  nif. from thU terrible condition, and have  removed evtry puin unci itche.   Work while you sleep without a gripe  or pain, curing Dyspepsia, Sick Headache  and Constipation and make you feel bettoi  ia the'morning, Price 25c.  t.t'tt.-al  Fiction nn lo  fln!>!e��.       -   '  The ICu^li.sh lan*;ii:i^i�� ^Imiild be so  aini'iiih'd as lo jin-chiile tin* -lejjal word  "infant" from applying lo all ncrsoii.s uu  der "JI years of si^e. There is something  so babyish in the lerrn tlsat it is hard to  reconcile it with tlie idea of a peibiui 'JO'  ���years 11' mouths and '-.) days of a^e.  though such an individual would undonht'  etlly ibt*vau infant in lhe eyes of a emirt  of chancery. This seeniiu^ inconsistency  ,was absurdly deinoustrated in New Yoyk  af few days.atro. when an "infant." rmf  quire JI yi'ar.s old. weifrhiii'i' 105 pound*,  and standing 0 ft*ei 1 in.-h tall, was rep  relented in court by a father who wanted  his soil's inan-i.-t^i* r.niuilled.��� Ilichmeud  Disuau-b.  232   KING   STREET,   WINNIPEG,  Manufacturer.1* of the  "ALEXANDRA."   AND  "MELOTTE"  ' '    .    ,   dftE-A.TVn     SE^-A.H-A.TOS.S  Will mail to you gratis "their new DAIRY HAND BOOK, if you'  send_y<.ur addre s to them, at wnnc t nie s atinjj how many cows  y.su ii tend to raiik next season, how you raise your cream at present,'  and what make of Cream Separator you nee, if you have one. 'J his  little book ci.ntbin.i complete directions for.mHkinfr butter, besides  much other us fu) infovn.ri'ion. Do not fail t<i procure or.e while  they last. It is wc 1 worth $2 lo any one making butter, and coste  you nothing, just the ti-oublc'of tending the information requested.'  /  filnaitfs Liniment Cares Distemper.  . Hjihlt.  Habit bath so vast a prevalence over  the I-.rinan mind tba't there is scarcely''  auyihiiiii' tbo strange or too strong to  ho asserted of it. The story of th'e'  ni.iser who.' from being loug,accustomed to0, cheat, others, came at last to  ch".'U himself and .with great delight  ,and iriumph picked his own pocket of  a guinea to .convey to his'hoard is not  impossible or improbable.  11 m��y be only a trilliug cold, but neg-  ect it a'nd it will fasten its fangs in yom  ungs, and you will soon be carried to ��n  intitnely grave In this country we have  udden changes and must expect; to have  oughs nnd colds. We cannot avoid them  sue we can effect a euro by using Bickle's  \nri-Consumptive Syrup, .the, medicine  hat has never linen known to fall in our-  ��� mz cough's, colds, bronchitis and all  ilTe.Gtilons<*of tho throat, lungs and chest.  Omt* Than  l.nst u Century.  To wear your grandfather's coat  would uot seem much of an honor, but  to Joliu Chinamnir it is the greatest  felicity. Xo't only is the common looking, shapeless blue blouse of his ancestor prized because it is his ancestor's,, but because of Its intrinsic value.  Tlio clothing usually .worn by the Chinese Is of the purest,slik aud costs anywhere from ?100 to $250 a suit.  As a, nation the,, Chinese object to  wearing clothing of any other kind, and  centuries of experiment have taught  them how best to make-up the costly  caterpillar thread into the most durable form. On this account the Chinese  d'-ess, though of purer material, has  none of the-sheeu usually associated  with silk, a peculiarity which has resulted iu the erroneous ideas as to their  composition. All the garments are  made in China and are only exported  for the personal use of Celestials iii  foreign'countries.  Owing to their cost, 'however, tliey  are only, purchased at Ion j; intervals,  each "garment being of so durable r\  character that they aro' banded1 down  to the third and oven the fourth* g"negation. Wear appears to rather improve  them than otherwise, with tbe result  that the coat of the father or grandfather often has more intrinsic value  _than the newer and less worn articles  -Omaha World-II era Id.  ,W.   N    U.   257  FREE  SEND  FOR  OUR  ALOG   OF     1AAA  SEEDS, etc., I9UU  Farm and Garden  Implements.  J. M. PERKINS, Winnipeg  AT   THE  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE  r , ,      ' ��� .  XYt*. touch shorthand, all   Iiuhinet>��  Sn*><.  J��*ctf.   and   Telegraphy.      No-  Holidays   at  Xnias     Individual  Inatractioa.    StudeuU  nitty enter at iiuy time.    Got Turtlculars.  G. W. DONALD, Sec'  Minard's Liniment Cures (Ms, Etc.  Ingrntitmle.  Bnrinl  Cnxtoitm.  While in old times it was more or less  the custom, in the Interment of bodies,  to bury them with their feet to the east,  a custom now substantially superseded  by the almost common practice of bury-  ing'the*'body with the feet to the path  alons-.the front of the lot, so was it once  more or less the custom to olace the  coflin in the room in which' the deceased  was to lie before burial with the feet to  the east. Nowadays the disposal of the  body iu the room would be determined altogether by. the shape aud size of the  room, except that commonly the feet  would be placed toward the door.  .  Though tin* common'way is to place the  body'in the ceuti*r'of the room, another  way,, in comparatively modern practice  I? to place the cotEu or casket across one  corner of the room. This gives'opportunity for �� convenient and effective disposition of flowers aud floral pieces, and.  it ��� perhaps affords a better view of the  face.  Ah to the manner of moving a body to  Its burial, that' is always done with the  feet foremost. It is carried out of the  house in that way, put into the  feet foremost and so iu borue  crave.���New York Sun.  LUCAS, STEELE & Bfi-STOL.  Importers of Groceries  Writ8BS   Humllton.'Ont.  .. Circle Tens  . JL.S. & B. C<��1T������  I..S.& VS. Extracts  I..S.& B. >pices  HIGH  GRADE   PLOWS,   SEEO'NG   MACHINES,  (Jar ii(fr<*>*,   Wilsons,   Burrows,   'WiDdirillig,  '&<���.    COCKSHUTT   PLOW   CO.,   Wm  ipeu.  MONEY TO LQAti AT SIX PER CENT.  REPAYABLE IN MONTHLY INSTALMENTS.  THE BIRKBECK'INV., SECURITY  &  SAVINGS  CO.    .  ilS  .VAliES,' ROUIXSON  'WINNIPE  BLACK,  Agent*.  MAN.  flANVASSERSISRELSyS  %Jt South Afrlcn (f ur books in one), nd  DwlplstJL. 31 owl v. tlio Mini and HI��  Mission. Butli ic.li.uiip work? and ' eautifuliy  llhi<-n-n.rc(l; rehash cf old matter like some of  the bui-ks oflVre 1 Msi* 5ule. Pisces awa down,  terms . xtra li!> ral. f,r��,��p->etu�� of first bt��nk.V'o.,  of s**<ron'l boo]. 3it*.. nr li .-tli lor 75.-., amoin t r<*.-  fuinlort u-ithfiist r.id'.-r f i- fivobnoks. "William  ltrlffjErs,Methodist H.-.OK & Pub. House,Toionto.  -���*as  -l^>ir  A Summer Love.  hearse  to   tho  The "WiiHr* ltiin  nown,  The Irishriian who wont up In the hotel lift without knowing what It was  did not recover easily from the surprise.  He relates the story in this way:  "I wint to the hotel, and, says I, 'Is  Mist her Smith in'*"  " 'Yes,' said tho man with the sojer  cap.   'Will ye/, stop lu?'  "So I steps into the, closet, aud all of  a suddhit be pulls the rope. and���Its  tho truth I'ze tolling yez���the walls of  the building began running down , to  the cellar.  "'Och, mlirtlier!' saysl. V'What'll become of 'Bridget and the children, which  was left below thereV :  "Says tbe sojer cap man: 'Be aisy,  sorr. They'll be all right when, yez  come, down.' ��� i::  "Conic down, is it?' says 1. 'And  It is'no. closet at all, but a haytlipuish  balloon, that yez got me hi!'  , "And-wid that tlie walls stood stock  still.'and.he opened the door, and thero  I was wid the 'roof just over'niy head!  And, bogorra. that's what saved mo  from going up to the bcvlns intirely!"  ��� Irish.Independent.  "So your faithful ,dog rescued yon  from a highway robber?''  "Yes. but 'if the miserable cur was  only of some breed!"���Fliegende Blatter.  HOTEL BALMORAL,?,1.0^  .Monlreiil.   Free Bn-��. Am.  uu.    K.-]'. $1.00 ca.  - His Opinion of Shnkospeure,  There is a story going about concerning a famous man of letters who visited Washington recently. He appeared at but one dinner party. There  be sat next the young daughter of a  noted naval otlioor. Her vocabulary  is of "a kind pecuMar to very young  girls, but she rattled away at the famous man without a moment's respite,  'it was during a pause in tho general  conversation that sho said to him:  "I'm awfully stuck on Shakespeare.  Don't you flunk he's terribly interesting V"  Everybody listened to bear the great  man's brilliant reply, .for as a .Shakespearean scholar he has few peers.  "Yes." he said ^ileiiiiih, "I do think  lie Is Interesting. I think lie is more  than that. 1 think Shakespeare k ju-.t  simply too cute for anything." ��� Washington  I'O.U.A  She���Oh, dese men, dese men! Dere li  Chinimie w\n told trie all summer dat  he wuz just, burn in up wid love fer mel  ���New York Journal.  There never wu--, and never will be, a uni-  vcrsrtl panacea, in one remedy, lor all ill^ to  which flesh is heir���the very future of many  cunilives being such that were the germs of  other and ditlerently seated diseases r.-oted  iu the system of the patient���what would  relievo one ill in turn would aggrav..t" tho  other. We have, however, in Quinine Wine,  when obtainable in a round, unadulteiated  .-tale, a remedy for many and grievous ills.  By its gradual and jud.ei. us use the frailest  systeniB am I. d into eonvn cseence and  sire'gth by the influence which Quinine exert-: on nature's own rcs'orative<. It relieve*]  .the drooping sp.rbtf of tho.*-3 with whom a  cliron e -n.ie of morb'd d< ;pondency and  lack of interest in life U a d sea-e. nnd, by .  trimo.uili7.ing the nerves, dispose? to round  and rofrv-.li ng sleep���impair- vigor to the  i'i.-ti<in <.f the blood, uhic i. being Mtimulutod,  eonr-c- throiurhoui the vririt.. istrengthoning  the h.-nlthy animal functions of -he systeni,  thereby inn!; ng aetl-vity a tie. csrviry result,  strengthening the frame, and giv ng life to  the dig stive organs, which u turally do-  mand increased suh-Kinc'���rosuit, improved  ai>petite.. Northrop. &, Lyman, of '1 ori.nto,  have given to the public their superior Qui-  n ue Wine at tlie usual tale, and. gauged by  tlie opinion of ������scientists, this wii.e approaches nearest per fee ion of any in the  market."   All druggist- -ol   it.  Minard's Liniment Curb DipMberia.  A Give  Away.  "Members," said the preacher. "I am  very sorry to state that a brass button was found in the morning's collection. As there is only one member  whose husband is on the police force it  Ls not diliictilt to surmise tlui donor."-  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in Cows.  When it comes to healing- up old  run nine- sores of lonp-'standinc" there  is no remedy equal to Burdock Blocd  Bitters.    '   V .'   V ������������.���   '.  Bathe the sore with the B.B.B.���  that relieves the local irritation.  Take the B.B. B. internally���that  clears .the .blood of all impurities on  \vhich sores'thrive.'  Miss D. Melissa Burke, Grindstone, Magfdale'nIslands, P.Q., says:  "It is with pleasure I speak in favor of  B.B.B. which cured me of a running- sore  on my leg. I consulted .three doctors and  tbey gave nie salve to put on, but it did no  good. Finally my log- became a ' solid  running soro. In fact for ncirly a month'  I could not put my foot to the floor.  "I was advised lo use B.B.B. and dli'  so. Thiee bottles healed up my leg entirely so that I have never been troubled  with it since." .  .  Window I'lini". of Slu-lls..  /'Most of the houses arid offices In  Manila- have tiny panes of translucent shells for glass. An average  .window���' six feet long by four feet  .'���wide contains about 260 of such  pai.es, which! temper, the heat of the  sun, Uie shells being very low conductors of heat. They also prevent  'lie blindness which is induced by the  fierce glare of the sun in that part  of  the  world.        ���  .         .    ��� * ���    .  Mait.k-*   US'   l'l-'-|.l ."Slllcn.  Most, of the-monks ��� at. King William's Town, (.'ape Colony, are tradesmen, and do their own carpentering,  bricklaying,' bhicksmithing, etc.; besides teaching school. All the buildings they occupy Were erected by.  thomsolves.  Sir  in i'ur,  ���ick,  ...An  .Ail in i r.T .if G.-i i-ilck.  Wilfrid   T.aurier,     Canada's  Prer.  is   an   admirer   of   David      Gar-  nnd  has  the  best  collection     oi  :��  i%l  '.. St:  v.l  '���M  -''.ii  '���:i:  !til  ^1  77'v\  <&������  *m  tiarrick autographs  In  the wo.rld.  '&33 >i  A  |V  &  . it^**���*,"   **���*������ * -^Hajt^-ij, ��--��,>*������  i-wasfcrTV'-iri'---*---^  ow��-f*.s~��'iT<ffiWWin.fj-g:  f^K-'y tfJ��K^l��^'-*i-^Jiafer!r.'y3ri-^-&&l:.�����JJ^o��vft '74v&sta  ���^ssxeziija^isix&'uiaa^^^^T^^fi  J'.  "ll  iiifi MlJ/lb LhAUM, lilOfl  , E k E  ^^*     ST     5   -Je.  "Mf  weiX  iu fii  "j:  .'in  a w.  "I."  too. ���  didi  "1  If I  Oil       r  . wotfi  real  get  P-iy  my  pra  sio  published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  T"j��i)v *�����?* ply \  CSS- SfcV  sJOJJliT 314JVJK.  ��  ��� ��� '1*11  .1 <���'-!  '.   :iC  i\ fji. s:*ryxiy, & co..  PuWUIi.'-j-!,.  RATES Or SUBPCJIIt'TlflS,  Ouo Veer..,.,..,, , , ,,,.��2.00,  jroSKi'ii >"Kn)iiKS'fA.rf, I'j-o,  Liger Ljfip," cold   by thu   pjeii; ��<"  do^pr;  bottle*.  Bottled  fc* ,'"t JT* ���-?  ;W -V, "C7 ��-  in Stock; *,  SATURDAY,  FEB. 24, 1900.  Tho social system which creates Uie  tramp U a greater evil than the tramp  which it create.--.  He' .  c  If  ,':  t      p  be  -   ,,  foi ..  J.   '     1  r   '  wi'  -  "  th  ���   ,  '  nc  th    ��� '  <  '  10.  . i  W     ���'  ���  .    .��>  of"   * !  ���,;  lo  ';      **-  ei  ,rlr   ,  oi    ��� .  '            -*���  P   .  ll  s  ,t  ti     .  I  ir  '  v.    '  *  t,    i '  C '  tl  Vaccination may not be a fashionable  fad, but it may soon become compulsory just the'same.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  no, n��  Meets in .McGregor hall every, Tuesday  Outside Orders Given Sir'ietAttention j evening.     Sojourning    members    are  ���?-^4.-��v.'",**'-N/e'"f����'i* *���  iA'^v*)    [)^fJf  \ No. -1005.  \nP7t%tfBfa\   I   Mums ou the flisl  -dj  u~-jM&iftp P, Oft  st and  third flnjrMijiy of each  ill im l li.    Vi ti (j up lire! h-  ^.-V&rMSSp    re;i *ul'ite4 'P P-ticnn.  F. J SilYTtf.'c, If.      LEWlrJ TilOHSOK.,F, S.  I      T-**'*' * *��/���*���?"*V A.**  ,d^>*.v:*5-^f  ^k^zef^a. <Aej5..^v.��M:-;  I  "-**'-*-'���������-n**.,. wrw -nrnfrrf���r ���  _ji cordially invited to attend.  e\ <&*  �����tl  Ur JH3 '  13 H fc.a  Uls?  H  D. J. Elm;-:r, W. R. Hocking,  . Pit s.    '       , Cor. Sec'y  wn��B��^iiwi��.rv-i   u ���m"tnin��.wMiiji>*WV��JU  rW.bo).esale   and  Retail-Butchor��i  SHOPS' AT  Fernie  Port Steele  All KixniB of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Basil,  , ?on pmgm apply,, or wnru���  Doors md Shingles...! .  0. R. MUIR, Mgr.  MOYIE.    ii. c\      ,  nn .ifcuiiijiiii ii��*tf^ ���fc**g.fAu>^Miinw<��ni��n    ^  ^���i /-^r^   **y-* *v-��  u>������SKMawea  Cranbrook ' Moyie Wardner 5  r.t  ' ,'4  [ijij  'i'l;  "ii,'.  ��� -i*(  ';;���{  i' .*  i i.  '.���'i  <.'  .'1  3  �����  c  )  i  (  C'  il  f'  1  i  1,  X<  ''i7  .|r::  c  I  t  fe,..  ill  &%;.  LJxa  hot  SSBRftr  . Since the settling of the strike there  has been a steady stream of men flowing into the Slocan and theC. P. U.'s  Ireight business in that direction lias  been growing daily."  Assayer and  Metallurgist*  CKAN1SXSOOK.  M. C.  J. R. COSTIGAN, a. O.  oi-ricE:   Bank of Commerce Bldg,  1 s .  CRANBROOK,  B. 0,  zzszzz  THE  POST  OFFft  -^y '<& */i-- >�������  Three men wlio hu\i.! been noivs  paper repoi tors'jn Albany have he  conic niomburs oi the cabinet. The  late Daniel Manning, Daniel H."L>imonl.  an.! Charles liuxoiy Smith, less 'than  27) years ago, -M, bilk, by siile, tvporl  'wj'il the niococni.'g'j ol the ISTew '.Vuik  ).-i-i:ilature.  i  -i -*h---Vj- Cji^M-u^f*  ���   'L'ik* drowning of   John liromnor iu  the lak^   last  .Sunday   fuinisliea   -in  pbjjot lOhSpn lo tlie .people  ol   Movie'  Jt denioiibtraLes  the  faol  the   lake  ia  '   hi ore treacherous in winter   than any-  j * t        s I I  i   one imagineil and that too mjieh   care  cannot be 'exercised   i.i   crossing   it,  1'Miecialv at niyhl.  i   j  \IS -Hcro^ ���Va,��.^2.^7.-^'.  juni\i. LbKbK. ��� .  <l  MEItCifANT TAILUII,  .*_J-.   *��� -** -v- - -' *-*   ilepaiiing Neatly  and   Piomptly   E.<-  '  ecu ted.    Spiic'i.il AtKuilion Uivcii1  to Mail Onlerd.       . ���  Suits  Made  to , Order,  LEW-X8 THOMSON, .  *. i        ... j  -���-=���---- Notaky PUttUC, Accoux-  TAST,     Co.MifTSSION     ANH  ' iKSUJ'.ANCfi AGKNT.  Moyie, - '.������.,' B, C.  W. F.pGuilD;    *  i i -i  JJAiailSTIilt, SOMCITOIt, ETC.  ORANJ3B0OK.. 13. C.  DRUG  AND  STATIONERY STORE.  Patent nioclicines, toilet  article?, office stationery'  aud school  supplies. . . ,  Lending Likhary:, If you want a bock  n-ik for it and it n-illnbo procured for  you without delay,  , JT r.\Vs 't:o DMi. "SVl'rji  "HOPE & BEATTIE,  {Jiciuiita uurt UroyjjSi-ni'..  (   '' MOYIB.  H. 0  cos  IJKOTIPL  ;��3rz,j5: ^~v/Ji ��i,srz{z z^i^s. *yr^si.yrityr2yr!"^. ���vy&jsri.yriqs; tyrx?-,..,.-,.,  The only bouse hi EaBt Koolon.iy  heated throughout with bolair.   ��� >���  First class in every respect, Special  ratea to boardera. Good sample room  for commercial men.  European plan.   Open day and night.  AT*G. II. ME3TE]tJS  [nl t^ >-i \l i %yi m  SHALL .VS.MUSUIIAVK. I'l'w.,  CRAKBROOK, - -   B. 0.  ''r ��� ' ' "  3afl"di'LS*? SfWH  t*  "J  T  M    *  5C  In a iK-iguboring town a" Salvation  Army advertiser wvoie on a bill  board, "What shall I do to be saved?"  'A patent medieipc irnj-n came along  the nexl.day, and wrote underneath.  ,"Uae Biiortor's J^iver Pills." Shortly  ' ai'fenviirtjs th_e B;ilyat:o;i Army man  noticed the sacrilegious work of the  medicine man and printed below,  /'And prepare io meet thy God."  A. STAPHENSON,  A primary teacher was hearing reci-  iauob in grammer and the clcss was  pomposed largely of tho smaller students. The teacher wrote the three  .words, "bees, bear, boys," on the board  and asked the pupils to , write a sentence 'containing the three words.  Bhe'was quite taken back a few minutes  later when one of the boys in the class  -handed in tlie following: "Boys bees  bear when they go in swirnmiu."  JB.itish medical officers, in an aston-  Jshf-d mood,.cable the fact that British  wounded are kindly treated iu Boer  hospitals. There js no 'necessity for  Jvastiug money in telling the rest of  the world something it knew from the  jirst. There has never been reason to  believe the Boers are other than civilised. It is the right of wounded men  lo expect careful treatment in any  pospital, friendly or hostile, and that  pght has been< recognized from the  first by both belligerents in South  Tifrica.  Architect, Contractor and  Builder. Complete plans  Furnished aud Estimates  Given on all kinds_of ^vork  itee of charge.  Moyie, B. 0.  UK ION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.  T. K./OOI-LINS, Prop.  ���    "      ' MOYIE, B. C.  JMW'M'AUiN  GO - TO   THE  ejjs  ��%  ^ Z ^^, V  U!  3��eotts:es.  Eg  ill  It is fortunate for the' mining districts of the "\Vest Kootenay that the  jr^bor trouble is settled. The suspension of operatiens in    the    mines   was  'having a telling effect on the business  01 the Slocan - and a continuation of  iho same would no doubt moan tho  1 iuiiiatioc o/ many a business man.  The elrike by the miners, though a  bitter one, was carried on in such f.  miinntr as to cviu anil command the  respect f>f I'-vt-iy one, even the mini*  owneis ihcinseivoj*. Not au act of  hiwlrssncss Wii? committed, and the  mine ov.'ikmk were ue.iled with every  consideration. Sinoe the strike i?  .'.���(tied busini.-cr- in nil Iir.uiehcs will  icvive and 'lie .Slocan will ng.iin flourish .is it did befoi the p.iysmg of the  eight hour law.*  A   li'i-iffhtful  liltuulor.  vili ofiPii e,-.u--e ;i iiorible Burn, ricahl,  t'l'tor bruise. Bue.kU,i.'s Ainici Halve,  v.ill.kiil iho pain .'..nd pr'niptly heal  ,it. -Cures .Fever Sores, Ulseri?,, Boils,  Corns, ail'Skin' Eruption's.- ''Best Pi!e  eiire on earth.'��� .Only .25' cts. a- .;bo\-.1  ��� /Cure 'guar;! m teed. 'Sold by Hope &  Bp;'M.ie, driiAgists..  '������'    %'Vcil:'���������& .:-.i^'ii\ A::d   !>ay.  -*." 'Ti e b|.i-i'''. ---'. ''ii:i' ';!!igl:t'ic.-.-.t.. iitiie  thin';;, ���yi-.a'i't \-' r .yn.-r- nuiin- -.3 Di- Kihg'is  'New iyif"   I'iiir-s    Tl'.'eso    \,Wl4 ��� iti.'.uiae  ''weaklies::' int'i !<li'- niiili. ii?tlossii^ris  into energy, !ii'.-uti;i'iig iii to fiiciila1  pww: ;���. T'iiey'er woiiilori'ul iti t-miUliug  up'.!;- health. Only 2fX'.j.pr box. Sold  by Hop�� &  HeaUie! V'      ..  For your pntj|t.    The largest stock in  East Kootenay.  rexb;&co.,   '  0 , Cranbrook, B. G.  McVittie <& Hutchison,  Fire and Life assurance. ,Min-  Brokers, Land'Surveyers and  Conveyancers, and Notaries  Public. ,  Leave Orrtere at  Leader   Olflce. MOYI12.  PATRONIZE ,  WHITE LABOR    '  By Scndimr Your Work To the  " UNION- LAUNDRY,  ���PHILIP CONRAD, Prop.  GOOD y/ORK.  PRICES  UEASONA1JLJ5  RHUr"  K. II. * N. Co'fi Time Card  S.   S.   ALBERTA���Leaves   Nelson  for Bon tiers' Ferry Tuesdays and   Saturdays nt 7 a. m., meeting steamer In  ternafional from K;is!o at Pilot, Hay.  Returning leaves Bonners Ferry   at  8 a. ni. Wednesdays and Sundays.  ROBT. IRVING, Manager.  igjqi jifa^srogsitQWsoj'-aagaci'tttac!^^ LkjaifBmaKwgaju'j.aMf act y  WOYIE,    EAST KOOTENAY, B. C  The above hotel is  neatly   furnished.  Board $5.00 Der week  Per day $L00 a,nd up,  The bar is supplied with  tlio best brands of Liquors and Cigars   You  will liud a  full "lino of  geueral   hnrdiviu-o,' .including  Btoves, ^Tinware,  Agatewa,re, Oils,  Paints, G-lassware  A .Call Solicited.-  T1KS1JOI' IX CONNECTION.  Moyie, B..0.  ���"     JEWELRY.  Official  Watch Repairer for   6. 'B. R  Cranbrook. B. C,  THE Wi; HAMILTON MANUFACTTJEINa CO,  t ���>  ',        (LIMITED,)  e*  PETEEBOROUOH, ONT.,  IN   '   KEGS  AND  BOTTJUES.  BEEWEEY.  _-���BREWERS  OK-f     , n ,  EINE LAGEE   BEEB  AND POETEE ...  Orders Promptly attended to.  B, Bier-terer and Co., Props.  NELSON, B. G  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  E. A, SMITH,      Moyie.  next door to blacksmith siioi*.    '  nam  :ADDEESS  Fort Steele Me  COMPANY. (LIMITS!}.)  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in-the'Printing  Line at* the  p*  V/o cftiry complete lines of  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. . .  Mail Orders Given Prompt   Attention.  L'r.'tnlii'ook,   ���   i-'fir! f3t(*��'l��*    ���   W'urtfiicr.  p����3gar_eiimLju3r,g.g��afc��3��.iytWMm:.MiMi...'^..-Jra>j:��xJ**w xja.. ���i.mi.m.ii  'r''f. *" (',n ~<vi i-vjif'  LAUNDEY.  Good   wu-t'.hiiig.'   No-'chemicals   used.  Prices, heap (dicap.    Near Moyie'hotel.  cs��ov**^^^'j:iP*^,M(Xs*srivixiMjiKKVTti9irm  snmmaa-esfrx  (OinZKN   OF CANADA)     ']���  '������LAUNDRY.  '.v �����  .-.Ii,  Iron ;, Vmd   Darn ^First  Class.  j Pii.er;- elieiii'ibr 'than-siiiybody-.  R. A. MCDONALD,.  C^NTRApTOR and BUILDER.  Plan.* and   specificatious  given   on   short   notice.  Union wages  paid for skilled labor.  Moyie, B. 0.  *;j��j*.JWHU?KmH%t01Xim  CANADIAN PACIFIC  ��� .     BAIL WAY ,   *  a;>*o soo���PAOirro line,  EAST and WEST  To all points.    Gives   tho only direct  service from the  KOOTENAY   '   COUNTRY  Through first class sleeper daily  (o trid from Kootenay Landing. Tour*  ifct e.ira pafcB Medicine Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridnys for Montreal and  Boston, Sundays and Wednesdays foi  To ri hi to.  DATLY    TRAIN.  EAST        ' ' WEST  12 :01 Ive .... M0Y3E lvc. 10 -M  ('(innection tri-weekly at Macleod  foi t'-algiiry and Edmonton, and daily  a! Ab.'dicine Hat, for all points East.  Connection daily nt Kootenay Landing for all points in West Kootenay,  Sk.n-.'in aud Boundary districts,' and  for Pacifi? coast and main:line points  Via Reveistpke.'  THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CHECKED^TO  DESTINATION.'  ' Cheap Rates to the Old Country.  Api'ly for Rates, Maps, Time Cawls, Tickets nnd  Full Information'to Nearest Local  AKenl, or  L. M. Mansfield, Agent; Moyie.  W. 1". ANDERSON,    . K. J. COYLK,       ;  T. P. A. Nelson.       A.G. P. A., Vancovcr  NELSON.  d  CT3   D3  en r~*  O  .; [OUT: OUT AND SEND TO'.US.    NO. 30.'  So. H   ����<   f  NELSON,  ^SSAT3C)K9  B. 0  Qbristmas is coining. Get.  your pictures taken to send  home. PREST, the photographer, .will'visit Moyio on  each Saturday. ElasljliglH  pictures taken at the M.oyie  or at your room or house.  Leave your orders ;;u once.  No time to delay.  Prest & G.o.5  Ci-.nilirook,  Piiotograpliei-K,  Moyie,      tl'oi-t SimUc.  ���\VntilcOi n J'nrUinr.  To l)uy half intrest in brewery, or a  loan of $ 700 dollars, on   good  intrest.  Object,    to    increase     the     browing  business. JOS, NIEDERSTADT.  MINERAL   ACT    1890,  O'ORMJs)  UKRTIFICATE  OP   IMPROVEMENTS.  NO XI CIS.  Society oiil, Sky Pilot, Bunko Fraction.  UlaiiioiKl Jubilee, Black Pine, Sniper, Klondike  and Pom Fraction Mineral Claims slum to i��  tin; .Foil. Steele Mining Division of EtiM Kootenay District.    ;  Where "located: -On-MoyieLako.  . Take notice 'that'I, Thou, T. McVUlie, fagc"1  for Chits. 0. Fnrreil, F. M, 0. No. B 0(107, amJ  Timothy Fnrreil.F. M. C. 'No.''307S3 A,] Free  Miner's Certlflcaie No. B 0091, .intend; sixty day*  from the dale hereof, to apply, to tho Minh'i'  Ueeordor for ROerljfieate'of luiprovcments, for.  the jii'ii'jioso of oh la tiling a Crown Grant, of the  above claims, '    ���'��� ���  Aud further take no Lice that, action, uudof  .seeUon H7, must be commenced'.before tho *-���*'  r.uaiicu of such Certiflcul.e of lrjijirovemont*;.  .���'���'; THOS. T. McVITTlE.  Dated thisCth day of D.c.combor.'lS'JS.'  SUBSCRIBE. FOR THE  LEAP KB  ^?'.���'.:''.l:*.'-':���'  -     Tr.G,  li-'^JL  Mm  hit ef!OT  M  m  m  if  S*S  r*  rtrrs  f- -K���  #''  t�� ���>���'** 5iEi>  ���A,'-.,. "-  mmsBA  mmffl^*Wl7i  K^ffiSJ*'.    'i *luBt ft*fri   ' �����"    'J I ' ; T, Jlii Mj.*#1jv   ���Hi'Ldvmfcfy *fW

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