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The Moyie Leader Feb 23, 1901

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 '.'Vft^v^-1  .'^  vXM^  x i .-^ ���  c-'"i  <��� *.-  A.-  ^QTARIBS P.GI^G,  ^nw t���j  ���fc  FULL LINES A?  PANE'S BOQKSff&SE  fe^L. 3, NQ. 45.  |- ::��� *?-*���**?�� L_i_^,���--   �����������  i  '    '. 'f up��-��>@t t ��� -   ���    .  MOYIE, B. C.', FJPBR|JARJ J3,1901  .8,? A YEA-R  /^.���^���^���^���^���^^'^������^������^���^���^?\3?^^-3^.,il3i  ? *  'i.  .-.y  TUB GOLD CAUSES DELAY  .$  Mill Cannot Bun While  *'���''*-,     .     .. ���.    i  " It Last's.' -'  LOCAL   NEWS,  |��rs. Gf. A.'King jo yisitjng   in.  Spo-'  kane. "-��� ."     ~ '" ': \  J       :.���''   ���*  1^W'1AV.  ^'VaKV-'fiM'  I ,��� c.iiilv ift.'tifC  IT WAS 14 BELOW ZERO  v/,i " ? f"  *���*"     '������*    ���*-'* *"   ''"    ���*   ,'*  ��������-r-  '���'B. E. Orchard  town Sunday.  of  Michel   wag   in  JfQ7I0  7. Desauln-ier was in Cranbrook the (SSL,  riorehrec.  Cranbrook Wins Again.  Yesterday Mfjyiefr' hockey team  went over.-to p&/the Cranbrook team  and a game , waa pulled off. in the  evening with the' following score as a  result?,   Cranbrook 14;'Moyie 6.  ,  7.:  m;3&<  :^V3   H^iH-rw^i'V'f  r^M^VmS^'*  An Engino will Ba Installed in tlio Near  '       *.    .'      * .     -",-"���       ��� A 't , 1  JTutare'J so'that Shutdowns 'for tack-'  ot Power Will be Avoided.    ' V  -.,'���'   ���, ���>��   -'" <���   .-���- ��� 1     ���  3 . '       r        I J >  v'^l]iMm%i  ifpfi  B'-rw'  h <v>|JHiW".  f^'^v(,r,  ^.-'^'"'.ri'l^  SRIT3 TOERWEAB AT   $ 1 .��0,   CASH   PRICE  '*i^*(^  *j^?^?^^?^?^?^i? ^*  Him  oiCRANEfpOOK BRANCH.  CANADIAN  BANK   OF  i .  Faid Hp Qapital, $8,000,000.  HUBERT HAINES, j^GR  T>  '" ��i j r\  m t-v t  A-  f?��     y-   ,. - * l -  - *.'. \- >~l,    4*  ,"*"' " " ' '''   "       ,  N. A. MApKENZlB,,Erogrietor. . ���- ,;  \7:m����%$r-   - - ��� ''",v- -   '    * , ���'    .. - f' ������  Hi^Cne"  Hotel-for the  masses.^ Every thine: First  i"-/;'---:^fe^ '      ���      i            .,   t.   ���    -r -----r   ':     '  - "      -'    ^ , - ��� \,->  Mil,, every: respect.    Sample .Rooms for   ,  ^'  ffifilj^ every: respect.    SampL  Qopim^rcial Wpn.  British Columbia.  TUa Se. EqgenVHospitaJ,  Tlje St. Eugene hospital at Cranbrook was formally 'opened on Friday of last week under the auspices of  the Ladies' hospital \Aid  society.    A '  program consisting of iaongs   and   ad-  ,     ���     ' , *' '���   ' '- - -l     <-  dre3ses-was presented, and tpany'lkmd  words were spoken for the Sisters in  charge,.��,nd tbe great'' work Uiey' had  accomplished in bringing to a successful ji38ue euch  a 'magnificent 'ihst'itu-  , ���       -     ���        '    <     '      ��� '���>!-      ���' '     i      i.  tion.  The recent cold weather has  had  a  most disu8trqug effect on tlie.'carrying  on of operations a,t   the   St.   Eugeno.  Owjpg to-the sbortage of  ^ate^Jtlie  mill' is   io ."still   idle,   and' will   not  start uutil'such time as   the   weather  moderates.', This will nc doubt  occur  within   a   few   daya .now.    Manager  Cronin was seen yesterday "and   asked  regarding the proposed  po^yer  plant  which the compapy intends; to install.  Ho said it was the company's intention  to put in an engine and boiler, so that  ehufc.down8:on<account'of thp lack of  wa'ter vfill be avoided.   This   will   be  done in the near future. ��� but   not 'at  -   o r  once, as by'the time the plant could  be installed there will be &  sufficient  supply of water for all purposes'.    '    ��  Most ol the men laid off are remaining in town, as they know  it   will   be  the first of the week.  f       '   ���--,    , ,   ,  "* ����rs. JTatkina loft for Kimborley  to  da>^ to visit her. koine.   :i'' '<,.'./. ' >   7"  3?, W. Jloqkes, fif'Crapbrqok, is regis-  tefedat the Central. ��� "'       .';  jfiss Daisy'Jaquish is in the St. Eugene hospital at Cranbrook.-     --"   i  fjoverpment Timber'Inspector Marti n', was-fa-town 'this,vreek.,,;    *   f"'     J  Yceterday morning' the thermometer  registered at ,14 below zero.      (   '  Hector McICeigan has. beei;  on  tbe  sick list for several days past.     \      '  According to'thelatest reports there  ard three cases ofV'sma'llpox 'In  Fernie.  ���A large   line   of   ladies   black  and  colored skirts going at pos{;.   jv.t iJjl-  pina.'    ' ,-'.".��  "' Mrs, J. S.cM4cEach8;n aqd son "%,oy\  left'for ICaslQ'yesler^ay'piQrniPE pn  a  visit.      '��� '- -     ">.���   7.  l.  . , ���     - '  Last Wednesday was Ash Wednesday,-the beginning'of* B'be*"lenten  season. "' ��� -   ���"'    ���'���'���>   ���    ,  ���3fiffeSell  Clothier  Suthtrland  Position    ���  ��. Goal i  pPoifij  CqroT Point  Ybrwar4 '���"  M, A. Bei).leiiKeJeree,  Cranbrook  McDermot  'JTallison  Prest'  Con! ton  McDonald  r.fpGuir   ,  Sharp  it as manager  only alquestib���n, of a short   time; until j of Kaslo.  they will agajn be employed.  Board of Trade^ftlet Wpdnesday. ,  Wednesday eyenmg the Moyie board  of trade held its' regular metting in  the sample roqm' of "t}ie Ktiotenay  hotel, with a good, attendance.  The ' matter   of   distributing    the  mpn'ey to:the 'fire sufferers came 'up,  nnd it was decided to  leave it in  the  %   ������ ,' ���',    "   -       .* ���'- -   ���    ���':  Miss LouiseHender��on  formerly   a  a resident o'f Mdyia,'is n'dw 'a' resident  A. D. PrurnrnqridVehi  of thq/taatn.  4-t. the end cf the first half the game  stqod Ci-a'nbrook, pjjfoyie/ 3, but .'m  the lapt half the Cranbrook boyp'haii  mtfch the beet of it.     ,.  Cranbrook ' and Moyie will play  one; more game this season, and it wilj  take'place atfthe Mcyte' rink.*'  * t t     i    q, V��� p. T9V<VH a Haqd.  yancouver.Feb.'ai.���Itia reported  here tha);. the, Canadian Pacific has refused tq Jift Crow's Neat coal cars for  Montana 'fir*.; other, American ' pointa  until 8q-oh time ^e"; the icaal ooinRapy  baa' fulfilled   its ' prflrRjne   {q   ayngiy  British Columpia. r   ' ���' ���    -'���      -')���.  v  -    ������      ^.   ...V'-  The Herald qf that  place  gives  the f han��?S ;Qf   lhe   executive-'committee  following account of tb'e"newv"institii    The 8ecretary  ^aa instructed   to  as  ���'^m^  , S7"l'tS7P '    ���  - -' ''V-*.'%j^^L;^g;-^5 t!�����^���^^'^^^1C���^���^^'<^^;^.���<��^���^���^,���^���/1Sl���  I ���---'SiSS;>��'Nsw*^��tk'S*^^ ^���^���'^���^���^^^���>��v>^^-^'>����.->'*i*.-  v. DB3Aar,N"i;Eii;,  rrop.  Lart:ec sample room iu oopnection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Copimenciaj and Mining Men.  1     J * ��� r fin  > 'ft'fa'ltSK   S_^J '     ~      -   ~        . ��� MOYIE,  13. C.  ', -^.. -^. ^fc_. ^^.. ^^. -^.. ^^,. -^. >fc  ' ���..{*��  4^yertis�� goods at a ��� reduced price when  they find put they have pa;4 too much for  , ,M'  Because we ��� knowjthe, value of goods and  where to buy them, pd never require; ttf ask  'less than1;"M.19'oa^lginal..-xn^lted'pnce:..!.- >  tion; :  The St. Eugene hospital, which has  just be^u completed, ranks as one of  the very best institution's of its kind in  the Kootenays, and for its 'size, there  is not a qetter equipped or more conveniently arranged'hospital in British  Columbia.  'r t  The main buildjog is 48 by J2, three  storjee high, and an addition 20 by 30,  with a veranda 8   by   50.  . Tliere   are  about 30 roon}8 iu all, and all are   well  ���lighted and have high   ceilings,' while  the halls   are   large   and   airy.    The  building is. plastered throughout and  finished in tamarack, oiled   and   varnished.    Every conceivable convenience  is afibrdec}.    The hqpse is   heated   by  hot water, Ijghted, by   electricity   and  the water   supply   is   secured   direct  from the C.   ��.   R.   pumping   plant.  The kitchen is large  enough   to  cook  for a  regiment,   with'  every   utensil  needed in the culinary  line.    On   the  second floor are   the dipeiisatory, the  operating and dressing rooms,  all   fitted    with  every   convenience.     The  operating room is located in the south-  eas/t corner and can  be  flooded  with  light; night  or  day.    Dr.   King,   the  physician in charge, ,..says   tbat  it  is  one of the best he has ever seen.  A walk oyer the building quickly  shows the stranger that the people of  South East Kootenay are fortunate indeed to have such an institution,  where the sick and injured may receive the best of treatment. The  management js in charge of Sister  Nazareth, and tij: assistants, which  number will be increased by tlie end  of the month. Ad the present tinie  there are 20 patiepts, and there is  eon-fortable accomodation for 40 or 4.5.  James Cronin left yesterday lor  Spokane, where he Trill remain a week  or'(fin days.'  ! '      'v''1    ' '������ :��  Dr. J. F. Eeddy of Spokane is in  tottn. Mr. IJeddy iii inteYeoted iri tjie  Moyie to'wnsite.', f w.'i-1 '" *��� ;i ' ;    ';  E. A. Elton, Fore Steele^ hustling  ingur&hce'age'nlT, 'warf'm' Udj/io ['fife  first of the week  ^"{   ih   Jri"^^, '-''  Nowrftrpgitota tp Opo4, ,  Joseph Schaicb of ^iBop.will opea  his new drugstore ip tbe Kootenay  hotel tjuilding jp a short time. He if  in' town at present waiting for hie  stock', and making- preparations foi  getting it���in place when iV :JatVivea.  Mr.'Schaich is a" young man of gooii  busipess'ability, and will prbve a vald��  able' acquisition" to the town. His  opening announcement will' appear1  pejfc week.1' ��� "' -   ������i    : ''" '    ���"-;'   >  certain'the 'amounts of hdspi'tal ��� bills,  medical fees, etc.', and report same to  the next meeting, of thatjeommittee.  The ladies of Moyie were'given a vote  of thanks in recognition of their good  work in raising the money.  The question cof sending delegates  to the Greenwood convention came up.  It was ordered that J. C. Drewry be  given credentials, and inyited to attend such convention if in   his  power      ~rf  to do so.    J. E. Farrell and A. P. Mac-   leayinS h*���-  -Highest price1 paid for Eaw Fura.  Pack in sacks and'send !iy eipreso"(to  James Gill, Cranbrook'. ' -"' "��� "  ��� Mrs. Lindsay and Miso Armstrong  we ni to Cranbrook yesterday'^6 witness"'the hockey game.    '      ���  '     '"f "  Mr. and Mrs' A.  H. Slinn  are  haPPy farents of  was born last Monday eveujng  Thos.    Flack,     tbe    carpenter,   is  again   in   Moyie."   He   has   been   in  the  a daughter," which  Rossland   and   Slocan   points}    since  donald were also appointed 'delegates  The delegates'will' be given ' one and  one-third^ fare for the round trip.  Sfxiallpox Near.  Cranbrook, Herald:    Word was re-  ceiyed yesterday morning  that  there  ,was a case of small pox at Fernie, and  laterit was given out that Dr.   Barber  was the unfortunate.    Dr. King was in  attendance,   and   he- .telegraphed   to  Constable Mprris to  have   Rev.   Hol-  ford's home  placed in   quarantine,  as  that gentleman had just returned from  Fernie where he had visited  Dr.  Barber.    This   was   done  ' immediately.  The Royal hotel, where Dr, Barber  is  liying, is quarantined,   with  about  30  people.    Mr. Sheppard, who   went   up  to take charge of the statiou until the  agent got out of quarantine, went over  to the hotel, and it   is   reported,   was  locked up also.    Dr. King says there is  not much danger of the disease speead-  ing if caro is taken  John Ingram, whq waq operated on  last week at the St. Eugene' hospital  for appendicitis, ia recovering  rapidly.  The famijy of Thoa. Mullaney, foreman1 at the Lake Shore, have arfiyed  from Butte, Mont., and 'will make  Moyie their home.  Norval Baptie, of North Dakqta, who  Miners Dance lMCaroh-18tU.  At .the last regular meeting Of Moyie  ininers,' u&ipn it waa decided ,to give a  i$fi(J ball'on lhe evening ' of March'  "Mli'as ^'t. Patn6ks day-cbmeaouSub-'  ,fe' Xif^^eajp'.^yhe' Moyie miners  Ji'aye 'the reputation of giving 'goocj  dances, apd th^ir nezt one promises'  to surp'ass all previous efforts;-1 Fred  Mitchell, Geo. Reed apd John Hart has  been appointed as a committee:tq l'ooft  after the'affair. l   "' r' '"' ���'   ' l  -'      :';  Taking. Out the Dead,  yictoria, B^ '6., Feb'. I'O^be bodies)  of four of tne Q5 men whg'me't dealth1  ia Friday's explosion' it the' IJniorr  niine�� were found 'by' .men v^ho  werq  clearing'the   mine.    Thp   bodies'' are  those   of' Daniel   Mclnnes   and. his"  Japanese helpers.    The only mark of  the force of t.he explosion in Mclnhesf  vicinity was'a tear in his  coat, which ���  bad been hung   in   the   main   level.  The bodies have no   marks  on  them,  death   being   caused   by   afterdamp.'  Their hands' were  clasped  over  their  faces as if to shut off   thp  deadly  gas.  holds the champion one mile record of  The bodies were found but' a "few  feet  PRICES  SEE FORr YOURS ELF,  '.,.'���     4- Progressive Firm.  W..J. Joll, of the firm of Hill & Joll,  returned from=Moosomin the |irst of  the week, where he has beeu purchas-  ingcattle for tlie company's shops in  Moyie, Cranbrook- and Kimberley.  Mr. Joll says that in a short time they  will ship live cattle to Moyie, where  they will be slaughtered and shipped  to the other points. Moyie will be  the western headquarters for the company. ''''���!;. ���'���  Metal Quotation*;  ��� New York, Feb. 20.���Bar silver,  Gl*! cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelter3, $-1.37�� at tbe close. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00.     :   .  AIiupr!s Union Electloq.  One week from next Tuesday the  Moyie minors union will hqld its semiannual oletcion. The following candidates haye beon nominated;  For president,   H. H.  Dimock;   for  vice-president, Jqo Shea, Geo. Ileed, A.  B. McKinley;, fpr  financial, secretary,  P. T. Smyth; for recording.."secretary,  S. J. Marsh; conductor, Abe  Leggett  warden, JameVNoul,   John   McTayish  An executive board, and finance  com  mittee willalso beelected.   ���  ttockoy Club on Velvet.  A meeting of the Moyie Hockey  club was held in Johnston Bro's. hotel  last Saturday evening and a general,  straightening up of its' financial affairs  was inadoi After paying all bills.there  is still a nice fund 'in the treasury.  The club will remain organized until  the end of tho season.  the world as a skater, will be in Moyie  tomorrow and will give an  exhibition.  The fact of a smallpox  scare  being  on is   causing   many   persons   to   be  vaccinated.    The, locaj druggists  have  sent out for a fresh supply of  vaccine.  Au enjoyable progressive whist .party  was given at the residency of Mr.   and  Mrs.   King, last   Saturday    evening.  There were some 25  persons   present.  Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Mills and Patrick  Keeley left for Spokane  last Monday.  Messrs. Mills and Keeley   wil}   gq   to  Alaska iu tbe spring,   and   Mrs.   Mills  will go east to Freemont, Kansas.  James Kerrigan, Cranb'roqk's leading commission merchant, is a prince.  This week he preeeuteel tqo editor of  the Leader with a box of cigars, which  present, of course, in most duly appreciated.  Jt is stated on good authority that  the C. P. R. has changed the name of  Moyelle to-. Aldrich. It seems that  the reason for the change is that in  some instances Moyie and Moyelle  were conflicting.  W. J. Watkins is doing work on the  claims near the Society Girl in which  he is interested with Messrs. Taylor  and Hunt. At last reports they had a  splendid showing of galena ip the face  of the tunnel in which they were  working. ,  from where the men had  been  working,   The other bodies were those of  Japanese.   The fire  hall at Cumber^  land pas been converted intq a tempor-'  arj morgue, and ae   tbe   bodies   are;  brought up tbey are   viowed   by   the;  coroner's jury, identified , by   friepda|  and the inquest adjourned.    After all  the bodies are recovered an exhaustivq  inquiry will be made at the request  of  the mipe owpers,  Fob Sale.���A six room house arid  lot in Lake Shore adition. For particulars apply at this office.  Watorwoka Company Moeti.  The waterworks company held .its  regular meeting iu. the Central hotel  sampie rooms yesterday. J. A. Harvey  of Fort Steele was in attendance. An  election was-held, and the entire old  board was re-elected.  Old Man Button Qotij Hop.  In an interview with a  reporter  on  his wife's eastern  trip David -Nation  said:    "I think my wife  has  made  a  fool of herself in going on this eastern  trip.   The peple only come to see her  because she ia fillincr newspapers.   Sho  should remain  in   Kansas   smashing  joints.    When I gave her $200   to get  her out of jail  here  she   promised   to  stay in Wichita and smashe very saloon  in town.    This is. what I wanted her to  do. and she gave , nie   tlie   sliji   right  away and went tp Topeka.  "I am in favor, of her smashing  salboqs in Kapsas, but if she goes to  Chicago and commences to smash.  things, I look for her to get into .trouble. $he has got the.law op her side  here, but ;nbt iri tlie Btates���������where  saloons are licenser!.  . '>.'!*,'.^k. }^&t ^ this -eastern trip  alie is showing the people tbat she has  lost her nerve instead of explainipg  what she liacl'dope ipKapaiag. If shs  comes' Wk bore and quits joint smash-  ihg, after I have epont all this money  on heri she will hear from me."  Father Nation is 70 years old,  bufc  ho has lost none of his youthful   wayt^  '  of managing his wife,  A  \J ��J  I.'  ft  * i'  11, '  f' '  ?'i'i  .'F  1    ��  '-'   t'   i  U 7,  i,-C,(  I''v  ,-.' 1  i ? 'i'  il"-'  J {���;**.  t'';i ri i  I    *.    S t  !, "i '{in ' t  !   '   'll*!.|  >l  t  .il.  i  i i  i   i.i  I ills    i��*U | U:    I^lftUiiiii.  ^'i'l?!-!!!!!! ;jgggjgjggg��dgggM ���Jiu^i.w^a55��^a��ij^��..,a^,lgu5 Vn��� 'itli'illii.'u/.u.uj  1:ode./ on the Majestic  , he I::;,: :*���.-.* comp nvi  1 !co>. for a fight, but wrrl- n.".  ��wgaiaaiate-^3-gitfis>iiaaBftMag^ .ffiaftgttttaBgflsagaat^^  Iff  pr.id  tha: {HfirViiy  cpr.eoii.il.'   toi  't  MoCarter, I  'A: b. L  rp  'ublinhod ip C'~r* :r< tercel o." the 7ccplp j <ak;n^ en ?ny of the bjg fightor����.  ���. ->r^...-���  r.r.d i.;is�� IL'cotanay.  J. H^ff i CQ-  Publishers.  5AXS3 o? ��ub3cbipt:ci?.;"  One Ye%r.,......,...'. ��....,.v-.......-...-...,n.J2.0Q  SATURDAY," FEB. 23, 1901  ���������l>��i ��� us* ��� r -ij^ii i   I ijiih' i    sum������  ������    -J ���      :   ] Barristers & Solicitors.      -''���--���  is for pleasure and tc ^.,'      :r>-..   ,    '"   * J;\ ,Y��,      fnYY ���fi"?'   * V?Trr*T T?**  .    Of bourse I mi&r.^ Hh*'  "'���'   ** V .'^ r ���' "     JXWi   H^fPf^  theoriBortnnitv werUliEWIS THOMSON P:A'TJ?.TtfT��%^nTnrT*rTi  Moyie's^roekay-ipam.. i? all right.  All it needp is practice.  ������ t !���  An ezeba^ge. qayo-f "Machine guns  are deadly ,ot: bqazd^a.'''    Sc' io. hash-  ���''���''.   *��� '"���' **r. ,'''r'** -...... *      ' ��� ;  ii'"' 'i.;,^/1. '��� "-'^; ��-,!..*  Nelaon Miner:   "Itbegins'to look as  though''3 i,oi Hill hadnVa   friend^ iii  British' Columbia"' Apd he  was' born  ,in Canada, too.  "   ,"- ��� \ '���>.'   '  ���' . , '  .' .'  il \ ;���.       .;    -o   ,...,-..,  The srowth'oi ��� Spokane'' h&s baen  pimply marvelous. Ten years.,ago its  population-was bu^i 19,922. Acc'prd-  ing to the cerisus--of i90i' it is   50,025.  ��� ��� '  ���     ��� ��� *,   ;   ;      i      ' i  would like to get in the ring with   Ca;  berths said.  , "My visit here  takaa*lrjp<k, about  make, a  afforded  months.'"! sjiail rerpai.n in Naw York'  for some days apd then go out to, the  Pacific coast. '     ~'J7  '     *  "  "'        '"  , ffiize fightiqg in EnClarid is' deadj  Itci(j not becauue we b&VR lost iptereor.  ,jn the sporCbut because we ha^e "no]'  pood ms���."  ;;       *  '-        -"   ���   ���'"' "  -r  .- ". i-  b&ug <4; ari.ri0H��RV ureas.  r*  "������,".��*���. "*HU"<"     v/i jjuujljkj j.   inig.l!E , ^..-j ^ ;\4-/ '        ���'     --��� t;      ^ . -r-f- ���'  e.4 catoh.if the opportpnifcy. wer^J JiEWIg  THOMSON,  ded,    I oball  be 4iere   for   some \>     \ X *'   ' ��Av'-'   "������� ^   ��� -<f\  tns.    I shall remam in Naw jrTork *���' 77 *  LCCCUlf-  -TANT, ; COKMISSrOK     /.KI)  ^iKsuRAifcJ? Aoknt:' '  '��.'  KoNEY TO LOAH. " ^'  J.1  S&HOOL"STT^^iES. '  i  ��  ���m.  ) r'> It  TV  A. youn^ lady at trie ball  callc  Iier        ��  beap'anjcclian,' because'lie":*73S -oh,        l'-  hpr f roil',olT.'f>i��  lima '   ', rr "'    ' '   ^-^iV-  her trail'all the time  :���>   f ���������. ...  Say{ Jack, did you see Hazel  today.  WhatHa'^l? .Witch Hazel  i^KRIS^KK, SQJCZCITOB, BTC.  i '��� - ,��, ���*  P, D0 HOPE,  ^    *   -t ���  Chemist and D^nerglst,  <.-. ��'f    .  ao^K. B. C      /jW        fy  CRANBROOK,  B. C;-    l"  What Ha^l? .Witch Hazel.        *'  /      J ^J     ~ " .        .        -.  iX^rd ths mine ow^.rc' w^e'not; '^ot^a.rry HaJIam' -  T  As soon aV'the  weathiTr-^moderates  the St. Eugene   mine  and   mill  will  .again be in full operation;|.'and' Moyie  'will be the'ma(fy''f3curiEbing' tovfp.-'in  ���the nroyjecc.     .,- f  r ������ i V. 11 '^fjj      ' ,   '  4.nq pew tbe.r^port goes tbat   pat  Crorrp, the kldn&per of 'pu'dahys oqp',,  /'has ppnieaoed t'^a crimp to; ac low'a,  jaiiitpr, thqo ithraWing intd bl*c( hands,  ,-the. re^ard4pf $50,000.      '    " <  Porfj? pirlo'-wh-q ^ere  employed by,  the DomlpjonTSuBpender Qb&p&r/y at  '���N"iftgar& Falls "ftre op * jstrika"' beoa^us  UBir wftgtJi'HaTft' ba����ri -'ndaaed   from  14 and $5.50 a ^eek tq  fi lint}" f S.fip'.  gqin'g to have timber in .tlie mines anj  lodger.    Why I ' Because the timber is  ...<!���'        ( J.|^., ,^  long, enough. ' '   ,  :.?AP��y.'Vfho^}^ been studying" "the  arfqf'self defenc6 waa asked 'whd t��s  the..stropjrest map/' ever lived, '^hy  Jofin L. Sampson of course.;  \YbHf!a th.e matter, ftTommy; donrt  you'like thkj; apple? yes, i like it,' but  I'ye pit rpy ' tongpe. Bjte it again,  T^^X^Q^ you'll bavo jwo bits(25o.)  Now, Bat,3aid   the  Judge,, tejL'r the  jury ^hat passed   between 'you*' and  ;Mike   Doqljn.     Nothing, yer honor;  ffply a iiriok. '"���;,'  (l    ,     ,      H. Ha)]am, 3Iqyie. B, p,'  r-x a   ^ss-  f, *i      i-, . ^ (  Frea Nottinyhtm Unlyprslty Colfege oi ifusic'  .    , ��' .: i  ������'.     .'.   C-     :  ��� Teacher and Tuner pf Ftenc-  * - ''" .-���' t  Qrdern left at Post OfSce.  Moyie. B.C.  GO   TO   THE  Iff    Gl  Marfc^Uffor4s.-iiThi�� Barkis %llefj wiS? ,  4beis^st Braprrj^ of Xj^uors and 'fcigajg !  'Mi'.-ioilHfB  ^ok-PASlBT'S   MltW-AfjicKE BEE��:' "'I  'HEADQUARTERS F<>^ COMMERCIAL I  ���v .1. '-*���'...���' .< T  I'-.'f  ,',V  jtfovrjc,  yiO  '">'��g'"^��"   ���< '.'VIIII'WKC  Vfcl'  -��r-  a  , 2?e^7 |>enyer Ledgfj'-^eftipentjy ps-  marke;'' Co?sior'an4y to not 'kept ip  stock by BCrtB'Kaqtenay p/eqpie. 'They  'stropgiy prat88t*agai]pBypeqpl_e buying  gooda'ih lhe least,*an'd' then' pond out  ���'their accouilts'fupbri  bill-hoado prir*-  ,   ,..    -"'/" 11" ���   i       .-   . 'i     ���'������, 7     F' .,  ;  ted ip coma east'eto"priat ahop.-   ��� "'" ������  .    . '      , "-'-.' 'f ���   ���' '''���     '.'  '     ' ���     '-!!-"-.h���'..�������T��W. .1. ..   ,.t|  >V'".   ' '" ���'�� 'i, -'���'.'���   " "*  As hong'sc mepVapt^q >lrink . thev  will get/ljqtor; "Apd-ao Ibpi as'hqpies  are curserf wfjih fsmalp/d of'the Nation,  ���stripp pjen will tie found who, strange  ;as it may eeern, prefer'^be oaloori' and  !lhe society found there  to  the 'home  ' A  '     ���     ' " i     ��� i ii .  and the companionship of  a "loving  the companiq  'woman.."-^Seattle Argus;  A rich lady cured of 'her Deafness  and noisec inthe.he^d by Dr.* Mphol-  son's Artrfioial Bar'Dfu.ms.'gayfe' $10,-  0Q0 tq his Jqstftute/ 'Uo ^thal deaf  peop?s pnftble, JO"ppooprc the Ear  'Pru/Tjs niay have |;hera free. 4ddrsca  ty0>}'r5P The Nicholson InstiiuCe",  yW'PMrt1 " 4-renne,    ijew    York  Aasasamsat work Contracu Taken.  J^a^ies wjship^to have assessment  work dqhe.on^Faim_0;in/die yicmity of  Moyie/Willdo' well'to consult o'i .write  the undersigned for terms. Work  left in my care will be prqmRtly attended tof'and satisfaction f!will, be  guaranteed. -:       @. A. SCOTT. '  ^>A. ELTON, ''""''*'  ' Commission   and' Insurance  ���Agent. ,  HEW-   YOEl^pFf,  rtONDOKANli L^CASHIRE.  PHCENIJC OF BROO KLYInT  /. '���- Insurance Cp.'t'  Foryour outfit.   The largeat stock ip;  / ,    '       ���!   "'       ' "��� ' '' '*��'.'  East |Sootenay..- .--,'  ii .  Mb Now|)r�� a^ E^dy ?or  3u?i|ess Wm a! W f4n* of  B3SXJp & CO.,  Fpijt Steele,  CilAKBHOOK/B. O.  f *,  f, ' f  ^   ���* ^ s  iv;   <'"',  ^-' f  p "^  i'      ���''h  f,.  !'iz-'''i>  r'''/* ' ,*"rV  You are Invited-t  ��^  ���.ev'-vO'j.ajpecrSforJk".'"'      |  ?. O. f  to low $7&Z  C, R HIGGINS.  ^hy^ician and Surgeon  OFFICE���FARRELL BLOCK.  MOYIE,    p British Columbia.  rrfln��un  City   Shaving  Parlor,  CENTRAL  HOTEL.  WEB1JEY CLIN-El Prop.  Moyie, B. C.  Cascade Record':' Eai'tor John Hops-  ���''    '��� ���'    ' . i     j "*��. '* ���'   T  ,       ton of the Nelson Tribune has "disooy-  ' ered, as we'did .year's' 'ago>',thet' (.here  '    'lire no honors nor emollimenis  t'd   be  obtained in defending  ��h'e 'rights   of  tbe oqmmon people, aud has gobe  cti  a wbic^e-blowing'tour  to  Qttawa 'in  - . /Jit," '*�� i / ���      ; V r ���  the interest pf that emaciated Canadiap  'eaterprise known as' the ''Seepeearr.'?  '.-��,ii.��)i.  '   The use of intoxicants by empjoyees  while oh duty, or Wore  reporting  for  duty, is forbidden by the rules  of   the  i ' -j -.  .Wabash railroad.   The adoptjop  of   a  similar policy by many industries employing hundreds'of men makes anew  era in our dovelopement, apd indicates  , that the regujar pituatipp-hqldero   of  ,the tuture-7-ip .certain  industries, at  .    ���!, V.     [      ,.<���;,      , --,-|J      '  ieastrs-.will be these with clear brains  I ���" '      ' i.  I >' i    n        I        ,1   , (      ...    ,.  NOTICE.  ?��'otice is berefcy given ''that I, Chas. Far-ell  miner, Intend SO days after-date to apply fo'-tfie  ;chl6fcoK!mi,m5ionbrof landf aud'-'works-'for a  ���special lfce'nfcc undnr lan<i" act to cut and carry  away timber on the foHbwipg: described lands  ���Bltuatod in ��� the vicinity of-the jtpp'er Si-oy'lt  lake tojyiti S^ithwe;t cprn'er ppsf situated  p.bouj/oiio half mile northeast of ,MoyIe'rlyeri  falls; thence nprth 80 ohafus, 'thence'sast ��6  chains, thence south 80 chains, thence iyugt 80  chains- to place cf conmppcement.'1 ''  ���   ' ���<������."/ J   Cbas. Farrell.  Moyie, B. C. Dec. 22th 1900. '���'"  ^ 3.^  ���V.V?  t-J/TixXlXXf.. ,TA.j'  SHOP  ������'^t   "TV   |-s\A   *,'*���*%'  UNION  AND BATH ROOMS.  c ��� >  T.E. COLI.INS, Propr.  Vic to ri a S tree t," MO YIE, B. C  BUTCHER SHOP.  ���'���'    3   !' ,      ii  QUEEN'S AVENUE.  FISH, FLE^H  AN��' fowl  OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LIV-  <      ING PRICES.  f  -THE   PPOSPECTOSS'   EXOPANGE." I  V  ���       9-il}iv,SJlvpr '^i1?^ QqpPgr'pfinW-ffftRled 4' the EXCHANGE f  m  mvestor?. , / / -  } } : ,- , . S),, r ;f -, �����  ^   f-        ��� ^  fl i,'.* ��� Patties haying mining property fqr sale are requested to send \k  m   a^rpplflOiP^h^ir^r^tothe'EX'CHANGE.forexhfbifen. :   ' jf  . :vye deoice ta bear frorp^tosngptopo ;wh'o havV. pjomisicg min- F  era} ola)rns in British Qolprabia.  '7/,:,,    /     -v   i     ,.-.,, a,  ":��� i?j��flPec,tQnj ^tt<i miniqgrrnep are reqiiaijte4 to in&ke tte HX- F>  yiiAJSSrE their headaparteror ^hen in ffejaonj -V ��� /��� * - i\, -       *' f  ''   ^A'H-aampl<i��'fihQu(cf be'gent by exp*M*v PltEBAID.  ' OcfMspoptiepoe soliqltcd;   Address all oomnj'aQidatioQa 4c  w     .'���'���' ' " '    A&PBEW JF.' ftOSEKBEllQEli,'  3  Telephone Ho. ^04. P;O.'BokJ700.       V"    - ''   NELSO^', B. C.  ^r^-^c-^-j^-z^-i^r^r ^rzjrzfs^z^T^r-j^ill  s 'A1 ?,'  r *i  ���    .IM.    I       I.UI��.H��W'>HlllJlt|I.IIIMII  1   ^^- --.���*  wasauMBM  and Bteadv.nerveG  *>��.., -,^'.J��� \��f.OJ.J^-l.lj'  Artdre^ Carnegie ^_b going t,o ��ive  .Tacoma a library. The ��edger remarks that when Carnegie hao felt  himuelf pmbarra883d by the accumulation of rpopey he has gpeu it away.  ^Libraries all over the. Jand attest his  liberality. Then Tc7ho ha? been  harmed? The truth seems to bo that  jthe age requires greaf. .enterprises, apd  thaf, at t}]a lieacjof each there rnus|t be  an ipdiyidual iptelligonce. Carpepie  wag jntenjcled fqr tbe pbjpe he fille4 "as  %e\] ap %&f} Shakpspparo.  KOTICK,  Notice is hereby given that I, D. James Mc-  Donald, miner,'intend sixty diyi after date to  apply to the chief commissioner of land and  works for a special license under land "act to  cut apd carry away*"timber*'on the"foliowin-r  deecribed lands situated in the -ricinity o< the  upner Moyie lake towlt: South east corner  post situated fbcut^milop'north west of the  Moyie river fails: thence Vest' eight chain,  thpnee north 80chains, thenpopast 80 chains to"  the placo of commenoement.  " O. James McDonald,  ^Qyie, B. 0. Dec. 22th 1900   '" ' T'i37.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby giY/>n that f, Malpolm Gvant,  of Moyie, 13. CV. contractor, intend SO days  after date to apply to the chief commissioner of  lands aud works for * special lloenso nnder  land acta to cut and carry airfT timber on'thp  following described lands.'situate iu tho vicinity of Moyie aforesaid, towlt:' The south'cast  corner post of said lands is situated about three  miles west of the lower end of upper Moyie  lake and south of Lamb creek, thence 420 chain  west, thence 20 chains north, thence 480 chains  enst, $ence 20 chains south to point of commencement; pontalulug 1.000 acres or thcrely.  MALCOLM GRANT, '  Movie, 24th November, jspo. 2.3?.  Send Your Work  O      Tt:'    ii [,'&$zffi77  uvt':umwi  Wh.ere it  will be Done  Satisfactory.  J?. PVT$f,%, Peop.  .GOOP WORK. PRICES   RUASflirABLK  Ji   ^    I . '      ,   -.     ���   >" '7V  111 '"��� I���w  THl  LAP   |HQRE  Barber Shop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths.  Opposite   Cosmopolitan    Hotel  I0YIL  ^lotHirig,   ^enfcf-   >yrnishings,  Bsots,; ��hqW? Hats? ��iQyes? Etc.  s?  mi  8|R 9f VBll}B F<?^.WJ.  Jn early  .cplppja) rfays tbe psp of  t-pbappQ was ponsjden'd fur more sipfiil  and degrading tljap indqlgenco in  inr  to-fipatjng Hjjqors.    Old   time  letripla  tion reveal come curiouB attemi'ts  to  check the spread of the "cmupre  called tobappo.''   landlords were fined if  they permitted it to be   broqght   jpto  their taverns.   No one oophj talce  tobacco publicly nor in his ov?p house or  anywhere else before strangers.   Two  men were forbidden to smoke together,  and no one could smoke within   two  miles of the meeting  house   on   the  Sabbath day. :��� In Connecticut invarly  days a great indulgence was permitted  to   travelers���the.y   were allowed'    to  smoked once during a journey  of   ten  miles.  Pu��rill��t Mitchell In America.  - New York, Fob. 20.���Cparley Mitch  All, the EngliBb pugilist, arrived here 1 ����>'!��. 24th Nov. looo,  notice.  Notice Is herpby -riven that J Thomas Hy.  land, rancher, Moyie, B. G\, intend thirty days  after date to apply to the chief' commissioner  of lands and works for a special Jlcen&o under  land acts to cut aud convey timber on top fol-  lowlijp described lands sltuate/iin the viclniiy  cf Moyie afnresft]/l, rowit: The northcaat'eor-  uer poM of i-aid lands is s|tuif,tud about onp ana  one-half |nileu from the west hide of upper  Moyie lake at, tlie upper end thereof; thence  .south J20 cbaiijs, thenco west 80 chains  thence nprth 120 chains, thpnp.e eakp 80 , chains,  to pjace ol porrimoucoment,. containing i.ooo  acres qr therly, ��� ,'���  ���   ,0 '":''.. jnoHA3 itylavd;  Moyie, ?.Jth November, 1W0.   , a-ao  EAST KOOTEpr BOTTLING CO,  CRANBROOK, B   C^  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  Bread delivered  to any part of the city.  pees; caps and etc.  Alt-tays on Hand.  -  A. SLIJSTN, Prop.  .'^wsj��� 1%! l"l>��j^siM4*JSj��Mj����tpn  Mgyif dairy/  Fresh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day. Satififacr  ti,on guaranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  FOB THE CHOICEST BftAN^S OF  COAJVE AtfD^ SEE 78.  -o-  i>  f* I'i, ^    I  it   f> *��� A-ti *  , '"rjt-riW  '�����: '*?i!?5|  r >$' H  fv ,,, >;;"ia  '*���' *   "k-l'i  I" Vj.t-W  j? y-:v. *.  K.j.O'fe?  |J , -'xAii'0  & '��� y!?*^  ,", A.i. '���"il��l  t*<*'%���**tr*  VfL"' J- * \t *���  P   ^ 'bit  klr   .���> I * i'*J  I "'?'">'��.*;.��.  St'   .1*V'^  -���;^#  . 'Y^TOBIA AVB.,   WLOYIB,  B. 0       l^||fe  ���"  J        t   "j wA.'fftu  ".-M.'r.i .  !'A'��%,^.  .:  T? V. LOWNEY, fvopriptei.  Miner.1?, headquarters, ��� ��� Qood   accommodations for  travolers.      Bsst  frinef  ij.quors and cigars kept in stock.  Lake Shore Addition $G?IE, B. C.  The only house ip JSapfc ffootstiy ��  ^eated throughput with hotajr. H  First olasp Ip evory r^opect. 8pecial j  r^tes to boarders. Good ^amglp room ^  f.or comrnerp/al mfen.  ��� 'A'W  ^rzjr ^i-z^- ^tt^- f^r ^ ^a-t^.  ��      '"^#  >     ,tflKi?  c,',->ti*a]  Orxj.er�� Solicited.  Soda Water and Syphens,  OlgAHS  CALL AT THS  Cabinet Cigar Store  J. i. Mcintosh, pro?;  Queen's Avenuk. MOYIE, B. C.  COiMOPOyTAN  ? HOTEL  [���������  ������  if  'r^ftifft  {  JSurppeau plan.   jQpen day 3#d nig;b<  ��� J  ?Tr  JE, Jf. H3lAI.*fi Frop,  ;j;'.H' y\  i/AVv >   .  ���' -. V* v  -i- f*- 'MivJ-  4  0E4NBR&0K, v ?D P, 0-  -^l'-iu yj��w'--��-wgs����w^'t'i.ww''i!^t.;'.";-;��'^^^ "  'i','" assrsurvmeTSi  i  BAWKE & BRENTON  NOTICE,  Notice id hornby given that-I, Apthony O'Keliy  of Moyie, B, c, intends thirty days after date to  apply to the chief commissioner of lands apd  .works for a special liceuso under land acts to  to.cut and carry away timbflr on the lollowin?  described lands Kituated in the vicinity of  Moyieaforeaaid, towit: lhe northeast corner  post of said lauda ia situated near the upper end  of upper Moyie lake fronting *aid lake on the  west side thereof; thence uouth 240 chains,  theuse west 40 chains, thrnfo north 240 chains'  thence east 40 chains to place of commence  ment containing 1,000 acres or thereby.  ANTHONY O'ZELLY.  3-K.  ASSAYED  -FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING  Jl^DRESS  NELSON,  i 1    t\       K*'tA>V  r ,*\*Kil  ���    .,'',"��  ���   . .s, -  ���     ."'iVj  '  /    *.r-/*\,  J7-$:  ���l''r'l  ���    ,i.i-.  .*., -'  ��*\ ,,, i*Vj|,  ��� '/."'?'  ' ���'Vi'^k;  ���   , :,*''V  -*A  "V  ^  ww>wmuj��raw��  ��' 'i   (���  'll.l  NELSON,  B. 0  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  XAiSMIJE,      Moyie.  NEAR MacEACHRBN & MACDONALD6.  BAGOAdB,  ���ALSO���  expkkss   and  ' Delivery/  General  MOYIE.  ..LareR ,sample roohd iti borinectioii  with house for cotnmercial men. Best  of a'ceotri'modations.  ���'u  Headquarters fof Cb^Wenoiai and Mining Men.  i 'V  SUBSCRIBE FOR   THE  LEADER.  Jki,  '������  QUEEN AVENUE,  Aigt^^^^g'^. agr^'^g.-  MOYIE, p. C  I  ���-.'"  liV>it ll  ��*. " v „&£.'!-t<x-
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MOYIE,    B.    C.
■^■^-^T^'The Fiery Little-Count Snddcnlj- Be-
~H"'7fij7!K.. comes,lnibned With Ambition. ;
V-^/^'It Jb, to tbe * mufjt," said the Count
''^'■■yJSoney tragically. "It is to the must.
''V-^Ap fc-iiid that LLamlet,. it is or.it is not
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now?" demanded the countess.
^asiuuihuud at his manner.
y't&XMT1   ral:0  UP   the   career  artistic,"
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t-, ■lf,>'s-;4«,;5SWhat
f   , «t '-^aastonishei
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•/'',,;<^"''objected.   _      „   ,   .    .  '
,/|T'p1^S^«1'Was   5t""notT that' tllere   were   some
ers? „ I   take  one,   I  take  two   if
■was  necessity. , 'I   have  sorrte  of-
cahle telcKiani from .one
k   manager   which  offer
t  _.„  to go upon a sta«e. '
!%,''i^''Vi"Ab,  you ask  me haw,   liQ is  named?
''f't'.X. Prepare and be snrpiisod.    It was that
'  ././"'Curio,Museum tlieaier, who have;a*laige
"*\\f.f theater  and  which   must "be   ricb'v". since
D',000 franc by week h-j offer me.
' "I  take  that   offer.     I   grow   Ion;:   the
. ,1'%f Iter's. I e:et a ca
5- ,;,l.^.'great Kew York
•'.. •   '. J'/lT'me the big price fr
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••-* j^J'-hair Uke'Ti ulctor, and  I  walk  upou'the
*■""" >"':-■*■-- ■   make   famous   the   name   of
, (s<'' stage   and
'|J\:Jj'^i0fJAh, how society Hocks herself to
f- ..V'^f^Cui'io Museum theater when I make
j.r " AlVfirst appiin!   The stage boxes full to the
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M.\  lull.- jjnl Jj. p!.r. ** '
Airnd-Jiie i.iJIiji." auuunn leaves
Oik  soil Oituln-r da.}. , '
Her blui: eiii <-)iami>t] the sky above,
llcr cheeks ilie jr.np.Vs red,
Tlie lifrcli'^ ycllcm face-rued to pale
ttebide licr folilen head.
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I iat apart and thought a-sliile
Of hon, as tirsje «tut by,
The frobhness from her eyes mvst tide,
Liie lca\£S tlui fade and die.
And eo 1 breai!ip(l a lUlle pra>er;   '
Since scinou' romes to all^
On lier-rndv \tfe s =<it| ljuii)eii!> lest
Like l(.d\cs tl'Jl gent'v   falj.
—Krjnces Uacon Paine.
i&%PLi$7 exposul e.     J
M~WJ£$\ position  fi oi,
?"}vSy,)a play coiitaiiiing all  about that  fJeoijio
■"^'t'Smid   bow   avaricious -tie   was' with   the-
money  that  he   tif-e it to, pay "the debts
in  place, ot   to  spend.   tl 'innke  a,.great
I  take   away   all   his   S0LJj;;y
-■wi4-.-l'i'PosilJon  fiom that  George.
- "V.ff^?t5i4S "lN|'0W*  i'on ">"^«-* youiveif  proud   that
p./j'^*55&you  were the wife of Honey Ihe count
ii''?J.;.sf-p'|4'Attend!    Soon jou will ha\"e your pride
i   ^^Vf-i-l'more because you weie the wire of Honey
4ir .'T/^which act at lhe Cuiio Museiim  theater
f*''k'i*$SV$'"^or ,io ] "--coileel that-Ibeater when,
ll'^j-'iY^'Jt^as in  the Amei ica.'   ft  must. be;lhat
■•=,.jto.-[*i4.*'itiis the last, mid in the America always
\] y/pjl^iiic' last ihey.luiild  was lhe
\   Vr/^'\lJeing linger than e.-tch.-*   "
i '^^i^'HVAh, again I live!    I
biggest, each
When  I  do my
jv <*,7jy'X^"0iiia   theater—that  .George—by
U  ^"'^'.vV'sepcJ hi in' no ticket at all!"—Alex
& iJ -.;rtf *!ly$ a N e w
for my veng-
uovv   that   which "I'do.
flehtit-at' the Curio Mil-
Jove,   I
T<nu mil,
"^     r^i, fraiikiln Set ltc0i».      ,
Tile c"I\fonh    American    Notes
printing press in
p   by ^Beiijauiln.
iit> order
-.,<ftn>'i--"'*i«Ji'4U"""". in  ]~^' *'rt- oniei'vto.  print
^■;Jfvl^^njanifestoes   appealing   to   the   Can.-i-
A »(
*    Is .*.■<- »? \(p
•'Jlt'Vas set up is stilL stanilirijjV   it is in
,' th'e Chateau "de" Umnezayy a tjnalnt old
w.liose* historvi-Js  contempo-
{hat of the city,'and. which.
pioscrvpJ as a relic of the
mo in New Franco.    Frank-
am tLpq /irst^y-is.to include
lie .coiifecloration,  and  he
(1 to include Irolantl as Wcjl.   His
fr53"6uriiey to Canada later, however, con-
a?s ni^-possibil-
possessious joining
tho revolt";    ' *"-•■*.   *-.''-■
t ".rV-^fefTPiRlie
,v\*,->^sDouriu.,   — ",—.--.-;
^f^AyiiK-edJiiin that there waT:
\\$£-0}f$fty of thc'CaniLclian posses
v'%4' .        PINK PILLS.
'*m I
^'-'j's tack, and neuialgia, which ca
'   A, ■"'"'Ainspeaki.ible  misery^      The   'p
' * t;\'
lS I   l 'v
'ft i
II" '
', I..-'
< i* i,
BlrS.Petor Beumor Tells IIow These PU1"
Relensod Ilur i*'roui Years of Ncural-
Kliio Tains lifer Ductors and Oilioi'
nicdiciiies 11 ml l<'aile<l.
Among the best known and most
respected residents of the township,
of Gainsboro, Lincolji county, Ont.,
are AJr. and Jlrs. Peter Beainer.'For
h'^,,fii' a long time Idis. Beamcr was the vic-
^p-i tiru of a complication of diseases,
''V'i$;' .'which made her life, one of 'almost
? ', MiV. .constant misoiy, and from which she
."?*SJsL'nearly despaued of obtaining relief.
*X\^.Jiifi"l,o a reporter wiio recently lntcrvi-jw-
' ^S'/jed her, Airs. lie^utier* gave the follow-
(*_Vfr^ing particular.1!'of her illness, and ul-
''"''* tixuate cine—"For some nmc jrears
was    troubled    with a  pain  in  the
uised me
pain ' m
my back was so ,bad thai, whetbi*-
sitting or lying down I sullered moie
or less'torture JMy apretitu loft me,
and I suffered from headaches uccoqj-
panied by atlitcks of di/-/.itiess thw.t
loft me at tunes too weak to walk.
My nervous s-,steia was badly shattered, so'jihat tlie slightest noisie
would sturlle me. and niy sleep at
night was broken by sheer <*x}ifiu«-
tion. I wn's under the, care of (hreu
differi'tit doctors at various linns,
X'Vbut did not succeed in getting moro
'*" -\than the merest temporary relief. I
^ '1 was finally urged to try Pi\ Williams' Pink 1'iris, and got half a
. -, dozen boxes. In the course of a few
weeks I noted considerable niiprou;-
'ment, and as a consequence, J gl.ul-
-,, ly continued -.the use of the pills for
several months, with Lhe result that,
©very symptom of lhe malady lof-
me, and. 1 was able to do my housework without I he least trouble. As
several , yeais have ji.isscd since J
have tiscd. the'pills, 1 led .safe, in sav-,
ing that the cure is permanent, and
tho result also verifies (he claim that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure when
other ni.'dicmi'S fail " The icporter
can only add that Mrs. lion met <t
present condition indicates a slate of
perfect health, and speaks louder
than mere wouls can do, the benefit
these pills have been  to her.
Ur. IVilIia'ins' PuiJ< Pills have restored mote weak find ailing women
nnd girls to robust health than any
other mecliciui' ever discovered, which
in part accounls for their popularity
throughout'the wot I'd. Those "pill«i
axe sold by all dealers or may he hud
by mail at ."0 cents- a box. or six
boxes for g^.ofl, by addressing the
Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Biock-
.vllle,   Ont.
IIo«v It la Prodnoed  ami  the  Dses, to
/< -'      Which  It  I« T*ut.
"I am often a-ked," said a Wilkes-
barre man at the Fifth Avenue hotel,
''•what coke consists of and to what uses
it is puti Coke is coal with the volatile
matter burned off, what is lr*tt beings almost wholly fixed e.nbon* To reduce coal
/to' coke the coal is put into specially con-"
si i ucted , ovens and allowed to burn for
about 30 hours. Only .sufficient air is ad
milted io the oven to keep the fire going,
aud this air is only allowed to pass ovei
Uhe surface,of the coal. Ar the end of 'M\
hours lhi* volatile matter in the coal will
have been con.siniied. and the leaiduum is
called coke. It is gray in color and i-
jrHiuctu red/with nil holes. Coke'is fre-
(juently- inanufaetuied as a byproduct,
and a great having is thus effected. This"
is especially so in the manufaet'ire of gas,
wheie the heat obtained fiom the volatile matter is.Mifllcient for the purpose's
"Coke was originally discovered and
brought into use in the manufacture of
iron. To nianufactiire'iron what is known
as a welding heat must be obtained.
When you go into'a blacksmith's shop,
you will 'nonce that the blacksmith in
healwiy the iron upon which he is at
work plunges it into the dii\;, red bed of
coal^, thiough winch the aitificial blast
produced by the bellows rushes. He gets
his welding he-arm this lower, deeper col-
oied (lame, lie could not obtain it in rhe
flame above. When a welding heat was
needed origmaliy in the mtmufoctuie "of
ii *n. charcoal was used.
"But.charcoal, while effective, was very
expensive and made iron costly and more
or less-dimitcd in its use. Consequently,
when anthracite, with its 05 per cent of
carbon and hut 5 per cent of volatile matter, was* discovered iron manufacturer''
eagerly, substituted it for charcoal, then1
by reducing the co«t of producing iron
- an'd , propoitionajely increasing Us us-e.
Rut anthracite, while cheaper than charcoal, had a mighty di a whack lt was not
porous^ and it .\vns diliieulr to force;* a
blast though it.
/'Iii ihe manufacture of iron wind is a,
vital neei'ssiiV'., Tons and,.tons of-wind
in the form of a hhibt aw consumed "tor
each and every ton of Iron manufactor-
.ed. The ..density of anthracite made it
diflicult to force the blnM through and m-
tei posedj a' sen'ous and detttsnentai ob-
st'icle'to Its use. ]Then some one discovered coke, which answeied all leqiuio-
menls. Jt1 was cheap, lt gave'*a welding
heat. 'And best ot rall,'being porous, it
gave fiee ingress and egiess to the vitally necessary blast. Some coal is of so
poor a ch.-iracioi-^liat yon ..cannot gel a
welding heat fiom if, try as^ you''may.
For example, nt lhe blacksmith shops in
'the coal mines in Colorado they have to
use "coal lirouuhl fi'otn'eastern mines,to
get a,'welding heal.; il being utterly impossible to get it r.-o'v the Cqlorado.coai."
i- }i.w Ii-a j.
'i fi..*  i rt'tty thought;
ire w,i is jj
-' I fain u , i%rou^lit—
kn.. ,*.  lion' nii'cii I
Mr. Turner, After a Successful Effort
to fiet Kid of. One Enemy Tinds
That in Doing So He Has Put
Away Another.
Cheltenham, Ont., Jan. 2S-— (Special)—A fortunate, man; indeed, is Mr.
Charles Turner, of this place. For
years Ur. Turner, has been suffering
-with kidney disease. It ga\e him
great^pain, and for the last two, or
three years' rheumatism has added' 71 o
lu£* Already heavy burden of .sickness, and he has seldom known
an hour free from pain. Not
associating the rheumatism with
the old kidney trouble, and despairing of curing the former, Mr. Turner
bought'and used Dodd's Kidney t*ills
to try and disrjost* of lhe kidney
trouble He used a few boxes, anil
the pain m his back kept getting less
and less, and finally went away. All
the unpleasant symptoms of kidney
trouble disappeared, and what was
still more strange to Mr. Turner, he
has not since been bothered with
He in so grateful for tlie rn'iracu-
loua results of the treatment that he
has been cheerfully telling .his friends
and    neighbors     his    experience.    He
Pills have
case of
I took
If I cool.f «••*« s piilo.V f
St.it, '■■li. n, ;:uifc(3 v.
It J ou il Jai a ciipet •*,
Ol Ai m\ hit's rro-i ... _' I
C- nl ' -[i'i ^J my soy! Js <~ir.i p.
•*. <jui   -J.   |i,  ;. our blf;.s,  s'loUid
)')\<. vou!    . * .        .
IJut, ai lift goes, to tin* ''I'l sonv luie,
I i.Uw.1 apjrl anlki<^Ji^iiui «oUTjd^ «r feet,
Volii  -Jceplng cy.s re >*- i i',j; st.r^ji J m oil,
"i our Lead rcs$,  n •';   -r., on a it aM nyjrwt
\nd ta., 110 won), li it tuikr vhi, ut 1 .j.ci
l.( sL jou should guua )iu,',  imi'li ;oj   ir* .;'.m*1
' —Va f Mall Ca^ej .'.
IIoiv Dr. J.oh.11 YlVsIey Rrowti He
'a Man to Gl-.e L'i> Liiicoi'.
A Cleveland man ie!I-> this pathetic aad
1 haiactei^tic .stoiy ol. toe late Itev. I>i.
J0I111 "Weslej I'rown, the incident ocau-
ling nhile he was lector of Tniii'\
chinch in this city. "'The stoiy was told
the uanator by the doctor himself.
One eyening a stianger called at the
leiloiy 011'Kujierioi street adjimiug the
chinch. He wu» a well drc-od, wc!J :i|i-
neaiiug man, but e^i.Jently in deep tine-
Lle. "
"Di. Biown," he said, "1 have come to
you, for adrice aud  awstauce.     I  iim  .1
uctim of the. drip'k habit.    I .have an e
'   - -.-        1
I have
'Dodd's    Kidney
The CoiiUiiiieOI Sroryi
says •
cured me of a long standing
kidney disease., J was also a
of rheumatism, and although
the pills for'the kidney trouble) I was
surprised to find that when this disease was cured the rheumatism al^o
disappeared. This was over a year
ago, and L have not be£n * troubled
aince. ..I used in all six hoxes. The
first1 tWo boxes did not appear tq do
ma auy good, but 'I persevered and
the result is that I am now a healthy man."
Of course, to those,who recognize
rheumatism as what it really is, a
symptom of kidney disease, there is
nothing wonderful about Mr. Turner's experience. Dodd's Kidney Pills
always cure Kidney Trouble, and
with it Rheumatism Sciatica. Lame
Back. Xeuralgia, Heart . Trouble,
Dropsy," ' TJkibctes, Bright^* Disease
and any of-the other?many forms in
which it may and,often docs appear.
" 'T rievci
"let a,man die? at the end of a
the histonnn Fieoman once
said, "because Joining Cteen told rae not
to" The model 11 continued «tory exemplifies a like thenry ol pausing..at the
very brink ot an abj-oibnig event. We
sometimes complain of a novel which
runs a .\eai-'sei uilly. Let us think ou
on 1  mercies.
The *tirst two parts of the "Astree."
one of the most famous of French novels, were published lu 1010.' Au admiring public wailed .four or five yea is for
the tloid pan 'itid sevetal more for the
foil 1 th and fifth pa its.
At the same time lived Mile, de Snidery, memoiahle a« ihe author of the
tiist romances of any note wntlcn by u
woman She composed -and published by
installments i^ols of a length unknown
to the teeble readers of today. C\eiy
story was oiiginally issued in batches of
small octavos, sometimes running to a
score or so. Mr. Vinceiit' describes her
as "the most pitiless writer of hcuou
thai the woild has e\er known."
The same seventeenth century illustrates again ihe willingness of Fretu h
writers lo bide their time. The poet
Malheibe wished to console a friend on
the death of his wife. By the tune lhe
poem was finished the gentleman luul
been consoled, lemairied aud was himself dead.
Wliy Sho Snl<! Coortliv.
When the Univei*-ii\ ol Chn-iiim. «nrne
years ago, w.is drawing on eastern < ol
leye faculties foi it^ sialf, one ot the men
whom it obtained was- W, <," [ T a It-*. |in>
feasor of l.iitm.ai Cornell 1'nifcv.Mir
IJnle's I'n 11 ulj put l.-ed up iheii Initio hold
gtiods and piepaied to inigiaie The
o-year-old (laiighjt'i' of 1 lit* house was m
tea rs at p.u tmg I mm her
seemed 10 (eel th.it the
evel} Ihing w:is btllig sliM
ciiiiie to iht* r:iiiul}'s last
dismantled home, she knelt at hei little
bed Jo say hei piawis U'hen she came
to the "ami 11." ^he uttcicil :i feniii'
"gofitlby "
"Why do you sa\  froodhy?" her mother
asked in surpiise
|i"Why, mainm,1." w;is- ihe rimlv. "of
course (Jod kriuw*- ih"' vii'i j i/oing to
Chicago (omoi low."
pliiyiiia'es nnd
loiinil.iti'in   of
xcn \N In n 11
night   111   ili.-ir
Iiu meiislsy  <>{    \luskn.
A cominentai-} on ihe "burners" of Al"s-
1   is the  lolliiw 111 ir llieidi lit,  told  h.\   <!en
He   s.inl.   '-Some   time
m*iisli:il   uiMitetl   tioui   .1
lull    wiiv   lidiii   heie   10
.1     |ll isotlli]     [o    S  11%  1.    to
uit!   been  M.litem < <l  b\   .1
serve   1 lii't e   mouths   in
time e\pii 1 il   In foi ,•
lie (illicei s tin u
I illlsi-l l[lt.
V Story o? Tsvo fartners. Katli
Whom Wert* iJonJiralile >I,cii.
"My first business vein are on my own
account was in-—well, never mind the
name-of the city." said a ,Xe'w Qrleans
merchant, chfiiling over old "tunes 'with
some friends at tlie hoard of trade. "Tbe
location has nothing to do with the little
stoiy 1 am going to tell jou. and. for rea
sou'b you will tindeisr.iiid in a moment, J
don't c.-ue to be too specific. ' ■
"I wo* a young chap of "Jo at the time,
and getting tired sf working .'or other
people I opened a cotton biokerage olhce
with another ex-clerk fwlio was . imsider-
ably my .senior in years. We pui up an
equal amount of capital and agreed lo
sh.ire and shaie alike in the profits aud
th" liusihii','. Fiom the very outset everything went romaikably well with us. We
hotl. had lots of friends,-who took pains
to tluow business in our bands, aud the
end of the year showed a \oiy nice little
bi.l.mco of pioih. .\e.\t year, however,
the results weien't quite so good, and 1
i.eg.111 to have a taint apprehension that
1 was zoning a bit 'the worst of it.' as tho
--.lying goes. I hen id a vague rumor that
my p.utner was living nt a pielty fast
gait, and the moie 1 thought about the
matter the moie dibsjnished aud suspi
cious I became. Vou know how easily
Mich I'stiaiigomt nis. will grow upon a
firm, and to make a long bjory short I
finally went to a detective agency that
nuitie a specialty of *pii\.Ue lmes-tications' and arranged to get a "repoit.' as
the} called it. on my associate. I admit
that it was a rather sneaking proceeding,
and I lelt secretly ashamed of myself for
it-sorting lo it. but I aigued that it was
my duty lo know whether he.was really
in the way-of getting into-any em bar-
ii'ssing entanglement^
"Well, in the course of a week or sO
the agency made its repoit, and without
going into details I may say that it completely exploded all the distuibing gossip
I had hen id. 1 realized aftei leading ;t
that 1 had been doing my partner a gieat
injustice, and of cairse I was conscience
stricken. To make amends I dotci mined
to treat him with oxtia coidiality.antl.it
the s.'une time it seemed to me that his
own bearing, .which had been a little dis
lant, became much more fiiendly. At an.\
rate, whate\er coldness had existed soon
passed away and the three years of business association that followed were sin-
guhuly pleasant. Then lie - received a
Ihitteiing offer from Liverpool and went
there to live.
'"One diy .several months after his de
p'iiittire I was looking o\er some old pa-
peis and ran across a big envelope mm1;
ed -pi hate and confidential." Thinking
it contained something 1 elating to tii«*
film. I toie it open, and what do you
think I found?—a icport on mvself limn
the s.une detective agency I had hiicd to
investigate my paitner. Il seemed that
our suspicious   Irul   beon   mutual."
celleut position—I am cashier fot a
wealthy corpoiafion—and I knovs I cannot letain "it 11 nil's*, I refonn. I want
}ou to diaw up a pledge for mt—wal.i it
as s'loug a& j(ou can. please—and I,will
isign it, and yon will witness ir."
Ih. Iiro\Mi loaned back and looked at
the man,
"How long have,you been drinking to
excess?" he asked.
The'man told him it was five 01 ,six
j ears; ever since he obtained his ple'-cnf
position. He.only drank to e.\ce.s;, when
he wits with his fiiends. lie never di.init
at other tinies. When he was with his
I Mends, he would forget himself and ovei-
step the limit. Sometimes lie didn't go
on a spree for a whole month, but the attacks weie glowing'moie frerpient. lie
seemed to be lof-ihg hi* will power.    '
V.M.V fiicnd." f-.iid the doctor, "}ou
don't need a" pledge. ■ I see in you a victim of .good comradeship.. Jlou, a;re faL
liom being an oidinary drunkard.' If
you signed a temperance pledge find
broke it, as you undoubtedly would do,
it would'still further degiade,you iu your
own eyes.-'   I do'not advise the pledge."
The man looked dunifounded.
, l"But,M\Jia.t-aiii; \ vto.'doj/" he .gasj^d. j  t,
■ Tl)<> doctoi  drew a  caul from his'desk*
and laoidly wiote a few lines..,
••There." he'said, *'if*ad that."
This'is what,the'man icad: •    J
•"To my friends: I find I am becoming
.1 victim of the honor 'habit. If J'do no!
quit, I am .sure, to lo.se my position-and
mm myself. For Cod's sake, don't ask
me  to think  with you."
-There.", said. Dr. Blown., ','sign that,
.mil I will sign it as a witness. Ali I
ask" of" you is to show the caid when
temptation is at'your elbow, and if_ jou
lnil foinc* here and tell mo ahou't 'il.
Thorp!    Good night."
It was a lull month, before the man
returned, worried and .dejected.
"I expected you*loBg--.l-.efoie this;" said
riie doctor as he greeted1 the stranger.
•TeJl me about it. Did you show the
caid?" .   "".
"Ves," replied the man. "The first'
nine was the veiy next night after 1 called on jou. A good fiiend.'a raihoad'm.iu,
came into the othce and after 1 had
checked up'his' accounts. said( 'Come,
Charlie, let's go over to the Oyster House
and have a drink.'" Well, sir, X was
ieaching for my-hat when Iromembeied
the card. I took it out and handed it' to
him. I thought he would never finish
leading it. He .looked at me, and he
'looked at the caid, and then he slow ly
put his arm-down on the colint'er and
said. 'Charlie. T'd sooner cut that,hand
off .ban ask you to drink again.1 Well,
sir, I showed that card several nines
after that, and every bles<=ed tman 1
showed it to took it seriously. Sometimes
they said, 'Ail light, old ho?.' Sometimes they laid it down without a word.
And x then—it 'was last night—I foigor
about it,.and here 1 am."
"You are doing well," said the doctor.
"Have courage, and try to make the interval a little longer next time."   .' ,
lt   was  three  months  befoie the man
came back.    The  next, time it was si
months.    \
"And now," said the doctor to the nar
rator. "it is nearly two years since his
last call, and I have evciy reason to be'
lfeveUh.it he will not find it ncce-ssaiy
to come to mooagain.. So, you see,
was quite right. It Wasn't a pledge tha'
he needed.". .,..„,._.,   , .„ . _   ..	
.The Child ami His  Fatlier.       ' ,
There is a .clear,lesson 1 in a "story tol
by the captain of a'police"'precinct in
New'York. Oue evening a man came to
the station house'asl'iug'if nay lost chil
dren were there. Thiee were asleep in
a back room, and the man went in to see
if his'owivwas anion* the. number- He
wakened a boy bet ween "2 and li yeais
old and asked-of. him if he were Johnny
So-and-so. The little fellow being veiy
sleepy and frightened could not be made
to   answer,   and   the   man   tinned   away
saving he  would  have .to send  his  wjte
'- ' ' y '
o\ er.
"What!  Do jou   not  know  your own
chil.l?" the police olhcial asked.
' "To tell the truth. I don't."; the man replied.    "1  work on the   line of street
ciMf- the children ain't up when 1 go
away in the nioimng. and they're in bed,
when I get back at night. . I never see
them." ; '
Later his wife-appeared and identified
one of the children. ' It was not the'oue
the    lather   had    picked    out.
pi.'i I
\vhif h
Fi icdi'K h
a   depuH
less   1 h ji m
lo    In I'lg
I I it <•  he
Coiiiniissiniiei    h
j fi 11      The piisoner
they 1 e.-ii hod Su ka   am
ed him loo.se."— 1'osinn
AI»H5H  Units I lie  Wnlrr.
*s join  wile boil j'oiii di inking wa
"Ve's.-jitid   we  uewir  hinl   any   renl   en
jnyiticnt until s||(. (| ,| "
"And so j on iialh enjoj di inking it?"
"We  don't   di ink   it     Sl'e  throws  it   oi-
?ui     neighbor's   thieving   dog."- Den vet
A   little
light  over.
knowledge   is   enough    to
BROKERS. . . .
Stocks nnd  bonds  bought, sold  and
carried   on   margin.     Listed
mining stocks carried
to the
Noiah. fiesh tain old Ireland,
at the babj's toy balloon, which
ed at a place tvo or thiec loot
than her head andiwas> alichoied
back of a (.hair.
"'Ti*^ 0,11.110 and wondei fill entirely,"
she ha id, 1.'using her hands, "to see it
up and ha!.im in its..own self and it
shtanditi on a string!''—Youth's. Companion.
Quite  Free.
"You sketch with a fioe hand, Miss
Biow iisnulh." 1 cm.nkcd the piofossor,
who h.ul been ci il it-ally ox.inu.iing hei
"Ftitinly   free
young   lady
«s  she
filst     d
e\ os
in  soit  con-
nnd   w
1 ei
ssor  to
up the
w eie
in   I
'lie end
of the
aud so we
II made
1 li.it (H id s,n s
\-  I Oil
Id tel
. ;t any
ii'C eN(
■'.s ban
1 ea
or not."
Because of their Purity and Cleanliness British
frown teas are becoming- more popular every
ay.. Don't drink impure and doctored Japan or
China Tea any longer. * Insist that your groeer
furnish* you with the delicious, palate-pleasing-
Why   the   V.'oiunu   of   All    Wort
' k1ki>C(1   iler   1'onition.
"I'm givin notice, mum!" shouted the
big woman of all v.oik as she rushed to
the parlor where the misiiess was entertaining two callers. "My week's out tonight, mum, and I'll not stay anothei
day fur the president of the United
States hisself. Xot-'rne. I-know when
I ha ve en"—   -    „
"There, there. Susan! Go back to the
kitchen like a good girl, and we'll talk-
that over later."
"Like a good girl, is it? And hain't 1
a good-girl? You can't layrthe finger on
me. mum, not the finger. I've got" me
six characters, and it's all the places I
ever woiked. Mind that. It's, the place
os is bad, mum.   Thai's, what it is."
"Susan, go to the kitchen."
"I'll not go to the kitchen. I've been
dokrthe work of a cook and a maid ,aud
a landlady. I have, and 1 t'row up the
position. , Wid a man at the front dooi
to buy ole clothes, and a ir.-*u at the back
door to peddle apples, and a man nii-the
t-ide dooi wid a patent water strainer,
and -wid tbe telefoue a-ringia, tniil wid
me dinuer in the oven, and all uf 'em at-
the same time, I'm anigh crazy. And
the roast is as tough,as iujcy rubber and
nie a-trj iu me be^st to stop the leak "in
the'b'iler wid a beer coik and"—
"Susunj'pack your trunk and gel away,
before my husband comes home. I'd be
afraid to tell him what you've said."    "
"Ves.  you'ie'skeered  of jour  life   wid
him. hut I'll toll him. and if he gets fus
sy I'll jest bhow  ,vou how j-ou oughter've
commenced   wid   him 'on' the  start.     Ele
b.iui't got no terrors fur me," he hain't."
'J lieu.r>be*s,iilod ;o her speual domain,
while the thiee ladies t'alKed vehement"
ly ol _-l,be i-eiv.mo girl 'ptobleuir- But
v hen ihe callous weie a block away thej
hail to stop became ol laughter, and
v. hat 'ihej  had to *.ny would break upan
Field (Jornet
by the British
Duprez,   just  c.tjv ared
in South. .Africa,  i«;* a
n lends-
hip it  11  e\er
Ops: 1 ess
■■<*-'.h"d the ears
'    "How's'This?
We cfTer On Huncl ed Dollars Reward for
any ca=e of Cntirrh. that cannot be eared by
Hall's Catairh Cuie '
P   J. 0FIBXEY-& CO. Piops , Toledo, 0.
"W'e, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Clieneyfor the last 15 yetus, and believe him
erfecily honoiaole Inaf. business trnnsaotionii,
and fin .neial.'y able 0 carry out any obligation
mado bj- their Aim • ' ,'
WEST&Tntr.vv.W liolesale Druggists.Toredo.O.
VVAtDXAG.    Kissa^  &   Maiivis, - Wholesale
Drug-yists, 'J'oleiio, 0.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is ttiken internally, acting directly upon, tht} blood and mucous sui>
faces oi" the system. Pace, 7fio per bottle'. Sold
by all diugg.sts    Testimonials fiee.
Hall's Family P1II3 aie the beat.
Frenchman. So ia General lie la Key,
or Delarey, as he is iiore cmmt.nly
called. General Joubert. w.13 alsc a
Frencliman. .Kruger himself is a German and has a French   wi.'e
There is always a beast for woman
to beware of. -When it is not at lion
it is a mouse.
LA "T0SCANA,"^j^-E crGAB
L OK Y,..Montreal
General Sir Ilenrv Daubeney, .O. C.
B., ^vho has" ~just entered up^on his
90th "yeai," is one of the few -who',*
having- been recommended for bhe
Victoria Cross, has never received
ihnt decoration lie* was a regimental held oflicer when lie performed
the ach of gallantry during the Crimean, war which entitled him t,o the
Cross, but regulations then in force
prevented the gift of tho decoration
to  any  one holding such  a rank.
IiiKtruniPnts, Drums, Uniforms, lite.
Lowest prices ever,,.quoted: Fine catalogue
COO llliiritrationa mailed free. Write us for anything in M.iihlc or Musloul Instrument*.
Toronto, Ont. ..and
Whaley Royce & Co.
is   sell
quick wherever shown in hotels,stores
and houses. Cheapest, brightest", and
safest light known to the world, today. Big. money for agents. Send for
samp'Ie' arid get. your territory' '' at
once. The Incandescent Gas Lamp
Co.,   191 Thistle street,   Winnipeg.,
An anecdote of ^I'liNr.iiic is sei
by Sir Wemyss ReiiP iiV'l'he Arig
on.   I»eid fells Kow on one oecis-ion
A Story, of Gladstone.
anecdote of ^biiNr.iiic is set dovrn
Anglo- l$'ax-
opposite Mr <i!ads-ttnie at"dinner and'noticed that the side of his face'\vas'h0\ero-
ly bruised aiiil'cut. vn't* explanation was
interesting. Mr. CJIatNtbtie had heen*",to
call a few evenings befdi-i. upon Loid
Oianville, who was then \ery ill' In*.re-
tuining he took a •short cut thidugh some
of the alleys or Maj fair., aiid in passing
along one uanow sti eel he slipped off the
pavement and, losing his balance, fell at'
full length upon th'e road ' "I lay tlief-e
stunned for a minute at least." he added
in his deep, sonorous voice, "and though
a gieat many people passed no one came
to my.as<istance or took the sliirhtest no
tice of. uie. . 1 MippoM* ihey thought that
I  was.drunk." .■ - -,.
•The school children 01 Mississippi
have voted in favor of-the magnolia
as the state's flower. "The legislature
is expected to accept their choice as
decisive and formally to make the
magnolia' the, state's-* floral  3inbl "in'.
It's a Short Road
from a cough to consumption.
MACHINE with Rotary Motion and Pall Bear,
ings, 1111 king it lun lA easier and.J-6 faster. J.
E nKYNAtj, General Agent, 191 Thistle stieet,
Winnipeg-. • -.'. . -'  1
Mauufautuj-ed  by TIIOS. LE3S, Winnipeg.
A   NEW   CREAM, SEPARATOR.  ,     .,•
I am introducing one .this year of very superior merit, and if you buy without"wVitiug
for my de-eriplive Catalogue, .you,'.will ,be
doing j-oursclf a. great injustice.     •,,
Shipments of Fre6h Butter wanted'.'
Wm'. Scott, '*°
G Pacific Avenue,
to send your orders large or small to
PAULSALA^uTWines, Liquors|
Winnipeg, Map., 516 Main Street.
Pure Name Port for Invalids, $i 35 per gal., $3 eo
doz. bottler.. < '
Beat Whiskey. J2.7S- $3, >3 5° P**" K»L. $«. $7.»5. $9
doz bottles.    .
French and German  spoken.
o    Plantfl   a   Garden
Uuy Seeds, why no*
J. M. PERKINS, Seedsman
Catholic Prayer $g$5i£Z?££
nlarn, Keltg-ious Fif.tnrea. Statuary, and Ohoroh
Ornaments, Educational Works. ail orders receive prompt attention. D, & J, SailllBr & CO.,BTOBtTBai
when your cold appears.- The
"ounce of prevention" is
better than years of illness.   ,
I '- Words rannot express my gratitude for the
good Shiloh's Consumption Cure has done
mo. I h.ui a chronic coirxh—w.is in .1 dangerous condition. Siiiloh cured ihe coj^h .md
saved me fioai consumption."
J. K. STURGrS, Nitjara Tails.
, Silllnli's ConsumpUoii Cnro is Hold bv all
rlriig£'",ts S» Ortimdii nnd United Stut'-B ;it
35c. 3<>c, St.OO :i hottli*. lo Gri'iit Britain
at Is. ~d . 2s. 3rl.. and *. (3.1. A |>rlnlpt(
tuiirniiteo jjopm with fivory Oottlo. rt vou
aro not siitisfiod co to your dr«j*;<;lbt and (ret
your money l>ack.
\v-ite for illustrated book on Consumption     Seat
without cost to you.    S. C Wells =4 Co.. '1 oronto
W. N. U.    310
Alt<ClJ~d   <CL4/0
it^^Cr-wO Mf-&~?~&G/'%
To ii'injthon thy li ft*. lesson thy merls.
AIM*'1 'SiSiMSa  if  ','     $  '-     ii>).  ��� i i;  "���..l-'f  - i"'_  i.  , 11 "It  r,  ."f i  if.,.  i''  ! l 'ft-,' f  \ i, '���- .*��� j  i i-i'- j i!  r. i  i I -it  11 f *  ">">'!  tn*;*.  H��  fl  ,��l  .., i    Ji  ��','  ?'  ,1'hi   {>  *J *,  .o'��'  ji ���  { '  ��a^<flu��i��ic*a^^  '^irnf^rfmii-ri IT"' _  ;...���rM��.. j-t^jj-j-  :-��;.  reyzBgatgr i nn Mm ii^in^sassssaB  Ti.otu x.  ��� )." .:t  :L'c  cicclciaiiCn  1       TKTTt t.iv --r ^,. *     ~   ,. 1 ������- '  *     - '"���rrf"���"1' " l mum U  -U.'.a'  ^ haLiv.c. public c  r.'uor-1  in c. ic"  hinted te lit* tW I hornetlm** becwue I P  rainjned. she .y,t,ujd havC been .-r0Lnp I el  '  I ye*-    But she eUd'fijrJaJiy stop, arid ir ' *"  is my story of at?, j breath and look .about as I found, -- -'  we  i;"Mi-r,*i-   <i    r I     ' 3V ��- -K.   SOKJOUA-SKy.  Ll��** unucr   that   sy.i���    ' '   _  .em n. p.u ic;-.sjcr could ride   I'roir.  ^few I  Yon: tc Ckic.i&u for .*2   or   aero*--*:   the i attempt to rhV ou* _  gontnoni   or i?j should tuow   that  in \ ^l* tc teach ^erlo iM* -.    | were aivay   out   in.   tile   counW  ^���,,.1,^ where   the   railroad,   are ! ^ ~ i���, ^ ~ <*��    W tL��4 ^ S^to^SS ��t  when Bhe cam  V,^ a. Jones' ' dOWn at **"* ro:ldsid^ ^ little way fro*  aso-d So? ���t   i -I   mt ��nC CTen^S- just 1 me.   Thc-n she talked.  Kr^^?^5^?��*J        "*�� dilated vpou the beauties of |ft  ashed me in ��je^Sr^ *^f' 7 "' ?uJ?mcr'a *���>** the multi-col-   Q  wov if T w.n,,M  r.ntranciIie. apologetic    ored fo'iojre cf tha 'i���*.*.* t^-i^w. * IV*  woj if - nouldn t assist her in her bi-    cloud  wnmii<u^mmi>*Km**��*r**nt**rr*Kcm^ ' ' ' '     ���;������������  owr.cil by the   governmeut,  one   may  i'ide (}.iy ar.il night for J5 days  Ior' $G.  To (huso v.-ho cannot believe until coii-  fi<:ceO. by a   jiractical  demonstration,  .vhat mure proof do you want?    If  the  :,rovcrni..;eal cv/sed the railroads of the  rJiiiie.l ShUcs,   workingn^en   of    JTew  York cr rl her   northern   cities   could!  i-isit ihc Le:\::��,icc cf Cdifcruia  lg^ -of the. 'trees, the irridescent  -�� i^o,     tii. i ,        s-which looked like rare jewels  Vising eriga^nrent ^d own ^i* Tt�� fa the %7Mtcra ^^ as ��*wya  me, M��, oSy^rh;"tr^^ ' 5^.?.^ ^^ ^caatindeacrit  more about bicyoliug than he docs.'  ~i*lF  ^EWv^tQitj.v';  Baj, just I'hen.llo^Mr'Z^Zu,^ I P����r me:^r^ and miad were racked  �� ���1__ }jaTe .hue?��d J with pain, and I did ix>t appreciate our  than the  e and  'lev-nth  bout done  tlie re-  neaj-ly  A complete line  of Hockey and  Clulb skates. Also Hockey sticks  now in stock.  In examining- our large and  assorted stock of  won  these   not   room.-.,,1  ��     .    .       iU- '���'w ��enturea thnr^-l rimrr^n. i,������..: .. ���,          -v.'ii-oni.l.le fruits  year iciund.    Are   tuese   not   reasons  enough ,vhy workingmen should work | "?��'ld ride'alon  for Die  M-efern   of  public 'ownership? I ^^tenei.  I'heie   are  .other   reasons,   scores   of  ihcni. bet arc    no,t  Labor World.  "^ that^ she a^Adly^u^X I ^nf ^ '^ ��f 80lid ^ frit0  ontfohegotBO terribly | atmosphere ivhlcha ,va.s actually talc  my lungs, instead of the pure, country  i  * i  tireso   enough?,-  VYJien -vye arriw A<.\r-^ -T ' ,"? anto "^ Ostein. -1 was tired, sore  ^e excused h^xS f" fft"ZZT*]0**   dtaffnated wi^  everything, eve'J  .^ostume, and when she eierS^ot    "��^+tb��"?ht 0ae of the ugliest, most  e^.g.^ lironi , uninteresting.person* lt hDfl been mv  Tinsraitbing aud   plumbing in  connection.  mmmmmm*+mm*.-q  MOYIE'S  LEADIKQ  HOTEL.  woman  ior the  Imde  wi-mlrf i��� �� .*       rMm< t}lis lesson  no it was tinip-and-Lnck race    *im ��??**** ^^^tlnff.  There  The   man   Voacbed   it   the  The best of ncconunodatibiis]  for the traveling public.    '      ,i  --., ���*"h."ujj.   iiiere  so skirts to get entailed in  ''.So��at."  The other day u Detroit h.vfyer had  '..call {.')"��o into   the   country   a.  -few  mih-s -' i intend :i ?nte on a tri-il before  j���< ShV"look^ chlp^'cWcTnd S' I ���V*dd��*' brouffht tomysen.esby  honalr. fl-n,i ����� ;,,-J.pJ:r- cil3e flnd d(J-    my fair compiwinn saving;   'Well, I'm  J ���'hr-'   So wr-s T--J had to be, and I  that  start  iry |d  rem-  Thi3  tlrae I brii^myMVi^ai^a'J^^^OU BrOS.,   Props.  fence ajid held'onto that wheel like f ��� ^   - ' ._   f fTrim-visaged _dteath, and   when -  Mis*. | "  artistic style,  started, her oi?  Vii the gaddle  ���'Stranger, for hsaven'a   sake,   give  otne a lift down the road for a mile!"  <Tiiwiiiuwa ; ^ b.mjt  ��� ��� "What's -the   trouble  here?" ' asked I SPl?,��m ^^^"sSwn LSI41'0" the IiWJ-6 trouble exp^iSooedln  tbe'lawver.        . . *'    "'alk over the iaftttTtolW   thorouS!    ^   Bgf  h6r stdrted>  ^hen  the,front  "T\V.- and r lw.e hnd   ftnother tkJ?���J�����J^rW>^<**. We I ^11,^^^^^^.-^le  log ou!?" was iho. reply,  as   the   man  ��"u wns M-as a fitximiei. " I had assisted  f  The ,o���m;at this moment reached    f^^!S��^^^  thefenee, and  ns   she   was    chmbing   !jflrts-    This case was far 'different  over,   ��hoi lawyer   innnim-i     ��*     ,k��� ' however, I got  husband ;  "Arc you fooling cr  ��� We can suit youin tki's departmppt ^  ' as to style arid quality'; prices ran^- N  ing from 20 cts'. to $1.28 per yard ^ ?1  "nice line of .black, and navy sQi-pes W'  ���froni- 35 to 75 cents per yard : $  A nice assortment of Ladies figuared":"  skirts going at OOST.   dall and see I  them.  K  YOTJltS POIt VALUE-,  ^  *      .)'* ', '.u,,!^  , -'-'-'jf,��l/4��K  ;<.?!"�����?%  P    ;*T:^J<**2  F.'*i)| ,V*^*j  S5 * *^3ai*,**ii  K. '^���fc^V/'  S*.J  I? ^ ^VAfeK  l* **w��  t-'-iX^^ij!,i  i, t     ��'if-J![ii5Si  fe-'^.W^ip  % ������?t>��,��*^  a-'-;' '���>rtf K  isc?:-*if'.. '-K  �����'?- ^"r,*v;  ���      ' STonEI? A.T Cli.\XJi{:00K ANn movie.  �����  a'-fiiar  xa^  ^��.��  inyc/y ne just so long a time' of un I ^��UD' PreP*re<*�� ^> trot homd bMt pf  iJtoytd plensuro.- - ��� ��� -- -1 ��� fj,fl 7own^ lady lUceajaog-foIIowiafflw  "^n��.s .7<,;1Cfl (li;id j walk4Jti to a &tr^ot J niaaten   t >yas 'oonffrutuJattog.myself  rolled ti'ivni the   bleep   bank 'to  the  inquired    of    tlu  asing tbe step, /man-iashion,' and bx  1 . ^ ?j'  >      -   *        ..  ,70S25PH N|5Ti;jSB3T,lDT, Prop."  lagor boef sold .by the Keg or .cjozen  bottles.      f  *,  f       n �� -      <  I fi  Bottled Beer,  in Stock:...;  WILDEV L0j)^E NO. 4d.     ��� '  Areets every Sfcmday evening in their  hull on Victoria Gtrsel Sojoarpihg'  Odd Fellows corrlially invitc-d,-  I". if'^^l'.^'jj  *A-*v4sfe;4/|  :-"^?t#yi  ;* '&-5&5HA  r f-" v j*i *3:''?'''n^ f��'  -   , ,* V>-^i 1*'  'l   irytffl  M. L. K0tLt.i-Tr.P,. T,7H,IS.  "BANK p.tS'��V,E'-   S.  ,r. M.'*I,\DSAV, y, S.  lit the nigh handle bar I got it and its  burden again perpendiculafr.  This time  I asked her if\sh.e"were, inrjured, and  showfng'me on aw-ful-ly bruised hand,  she bravely replied, /a'little, but it's im-   rt .  material.*   Why, the skin was scraped   0ats.icie Orders Given Strict Attention  Mpyie   Miners'   Union  r      ' ' . -  Meets in 'McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members p.ro  cordially invited to attend.  .Wholesale   and  Setail Butchers,  :n earnest?"  ','Jf you think I'm fooling  just   wait    hn       .,.-    �������� e^i^ mcnandie  ' a second!'-' Lsisped the woman,   w "she   K?i>dl ^J^E-? fhe frame  ^plunBcd do vn -the 'bank;' rolled   ov-- I ---" -        ^ ��ddW with the other'  on and off the ���wheel,  -]������     - ,   ,.- 'oiaD-iashion,'' and k- i �����+1.       ,   ,    -..   . ���  *-- ,  i.iamea to her'in deltas everv suocet-1-   ,       h'e w-h-o3e ^e-djt'iar hand, but she  3 HOPS   'AT  er  aud bv-ir'-ip. tlio road', anil rose up With  a big : ioue.ii. each huud.' '    ''     "  "Squ.,1'" yoiied the  liusband.^n  inff movement.   .Theil JyEiss 0"ones tried" I ^��r6 "5t li-1-ce a ^^F^'"And right here   "  ' '       _ '" ���^'      ^^T^^r.-  Jt.    Fiwt J firmly grMPcd tL- ha"i!llb   T Wish *? "* ^^^'to tliink'just   S. cT. WHITCOMB  ! oar -a-jth one hrund, hoJdinn- the frame    a wee httle bittol&f'e^aiSas'Jo&esaian   - ���    ���    '  ,..._x ;*'.. -      ----���'    ���- '- j had whDewe^reVj^tu'giittheroad-  aid.0 a war baciiT'"1'' -',"-' V-  . ; -     " :  "*K*iW UHfeugMB  Miss .lones rPnohed oyer my arm, took  J'oicl 01 ,j he crrips, put her n'o-ht -f/^+ r.��  House   -painter, .  graine<  H, H. Dizsoqk,  1 President,  P. T. SMTfTH,  Secretary,  Moyie  Fort Ste��=^M  Cranbrook Pernio' Wardne--  he  , .      !lls. Put her right foot on  Lie .<-.U>p. made a lunge for the saddle���  and kerflop, we  hoth   landed * rjn  hard  road.    I  ^orwiiMj- quick enoutrh.    One of the !'PlIe-   ^vh'Je  Miss  Jones sat, "not   too  gently, on top of the whole.   I thought.  glitzier and paperha'ngW.  All work on perfect sur  face gurrtnteed..' Prices nc,  cording     fo " q_iuility ' and  stor.e&'im him  m the back and the  other grazed bis ear, and hit the horse,  and live ���r bj- mor,, Vi.ere comJu��� ns  ho btruvk i\ tr'ot and moved ofiV the  husb.uul J^uigintr io tlie 'vehicle and  runnip-v hebind.' When a"'safe ' .lis  tance aw,iy; the hi-yyer halted and  looked oack. The woman stood ',n  the middle of the road shaking bolh  fists ailuin, and the hatband'wiped  the bend- of  one of the handle bars had punctured  rny sicle apd- that L-was swallowino- a  , myogenous   mnss  of   bicyc]e ,  good solid clay and rpbbcr tires. Alias  ���'ono^ did not set off tie heap at all bat  sat there Imlf Bobbing, half laus-him-  nnd r^aid &h,-. hoped I was not injured,'  that she ��a* so sorry, etc. With an  almost hcreiilaiiean eifoit I rolled fro  m  my position  under the wheel  and its  fair, but hoayy burden, and after piUl-  mg myself together, gave Miss Jones  prespu-auou off his cheeks j my hamd and helped her to her feet    I  and chin, and said; j inquired if she were hurt but she rc-  "Str-nujer,   Hunner   and   mc   ..ever! J01+cln^^' "Conned me that she came  iu   ���lvoi ! out uu.eathed and wns ready fx>r another trial,  "I  waa  not much injured--ao���but  bacli  "Once  again 'she sjai-ted "homeward  and by the way she pu'ruped dud pushed  'those pedals I know she was mndabou.t  that accident, and as she gained speed,  I also began to realize that niy powers of  endurance would give out ere long, un-  1 ess she reduced her gait.   At last I had  to "give up butl said nothing to her.   I  ic :��� her guide on homeward, as I thought  she would "soon notice ray absence and  then would either dismount or fall oil, I  cared not which.   Bu'tshe went on and T  gradually lost sight of her in the dark-  ne-hs that was growing upon the face of  the earth.   I was glad that she had gone  and I leisurely climbed upon a rail fence   trrjlf,H},te of Champion   College o!   the  at the roadside and sat there meditat- j United State*.-.    Upholstering mid pen  ing,   I was'mad clear through arid the '   " "fa  *stock i-pquiied  Moyie, B.C.  OHAS. P.  CAMPBELL  Funeral Director  and'' '  Emlbalmerr  Moyie -Board of Tra<fe :  ,����- -.        * *.. -\, >.. ��� k   ���-.������,.*'  'Mee.tri'iu   the Moyie school'  house on the first ^Vedncfiday  evening'of each  month  uj,  S o.'clocl: rib.iirp.     , ' ,    >  J. P. Faijreu,, Pres.  A. P. AL\cvos.\L!>,'    Lywis Tuo.usojv,  Vioe-P'res,. .    8ecV.  CUV   yORSELF  A  'Sg 4; ����i & ���& v4J*l4:    ill* \ >-i *j  have any   fooling.    When  she's  good  nature.! J get one sh.rt   a   week * and  two bcih*. a ,JHy.    AVhen she's mad on<  of us had got to light out,   and   I  wish |  "Xfti.-m-  yoti   come   this   witv   vnnVl'"  ���"���.loit Free Press.  JIalcyoii Uoi S  ni  Jh-froit . OD0 of the pedals o.f that machine had  cf   v.'ings. !7ni' mi,t a few square inches of my shin  sm i.sc  more I meditated the angrier [got." But  at last it dawned upon me that it was  not the proper thing for me to be sitting upon a wayside fence and leave a  young lady to take her own wav home  after nightfall. Horror of horrors! suppose she had fallen from her bicycle  and at this \ery instant was lving in  the road, possibly with a broken leg  or injured in some other way so as to be  unable to move. Suppose a team of  spirited horses were approaching and  the driver could not see that jirostrat*  form and ran ovar it. Ugh! the verv  thought made my blood run cold. I  jumped from the fence and started in  Ihe direction in which Miss Jones had  gone.    I  walked along slowlv'. but as  eral furniture repairing. Office and  .-tore, Aiken's block, near Uanndian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended lo.  ki*M- ^rV*!*���-*3,2*''**  ^^rr^^^'i'pf' '"'v-  wm-  .COUH.T T.IOYIE,  ^*o, -ti'Cr,.  ���'.-*�� C C'ET,!,.,.., i*c-       .  J. J. MURPHY  & OO.'S  ,   fcTuliK, .MOVIJ-l, li.'c.    ^  I-fer-ts ou jfie last 1h\iji-! ���*���  ilaj of enflimi'iitb. Vii;. j FOIL  "iting.^ielhuru '.jvuvJ ,  tonctcud.  t  FfNB   TAILOIUXG   CO  TO  Cranbrook.  B. C.  P. I, mjjui:, C. R.  t. ;riJf;iii'.i,on, r. s.  w.haiever thoughts I had had of spending an enjoyable evening were rudely  dispelled from my mind. "%, I was not  l> i can in,<ke nie :>  pai  'ijone  and  I   imagined I could  feel it  dangling about my arikle.   I waa also  aware of the fact thai there were several  TH- iinor,.,.,-.  ���,!',, i non'rePairable puncttires in my trou*>  ^   ' ��.��*c��.��osfc complete health report on |  ers and ,,aai iuJ nnatomy ua/bnnscd  ��� -   continent of >,onh America. . Sit- I  and fton; j��n more places than 1 could I ]"K>r<- horrible possibilities came to mv  y~'d   midst   aconery    unrivalled   for | <?m^mcra(-(- in a. thi-ee-page article. minrl I went faster until at last I Was  ;'.n.lun\ THE HALCYOY HOT1 "'To tcl1 'the truth, I was not at ail j[ rujl"ing as fast as 1 could, but even then  ';1 111NCS Sanifu-ium JT.ih.vnn Tr , ' ^H*���* ^ conUnue the clcjTioraJiying j J ^"fc'ht I waygoing at a snail's pace,  -aii.tanum,  li.ile\on   Plot , lesson, as I was rilto that this exrxa-i-    IIali a dozen times  [ imagined l w '  ��']d<,-.>, ariuw Lake, B.   C.     ���*    - -       '    '��� "��� - '^  i.y.*,rci-,in aml'mirfrc,    B   " ' inS" my Jfuir companion that I had u> i nalionof my wild and disordered! brain  ff1YC UP' ' > l did Cd��U.v rr.och town and because r  ,., ,     ,.. .      "Xo! sho "hould hetlit first fotsavlL    "'" ' '   "lv1,     -1 u'�� !n:,jl- 1!tnve  ��"il   depart ; "'a* ^hnc to postpone the pnu-ticc until  il.v.    Term.-, .rj,>  to   #18  per   week ; anothcr <]W-   I wd�� hi hune* the wheel  '-Nlinj:    to   residence   in   hotel   or | ^   f1|!,r,^h,cT1,1!in!.1' "^'^ 1^  iliv     ikii'i'hwM,,     >i ,    ���     , 7   uo,)M he impossible to use  '"������ _ Il^b.uhtci.M'.-.il   nervous and _  it,  hut outside of a few  scra-tche*   jt  .u-ciiiiir .iis-i-ar-iv.    lt,v waters li-*���l al! '  Cfll-"(' f>''<<- ol tin* t unible as did its owner  idmy,   liver   and   i,!oiiincii   troubles, i ~"JJOt in (i'c least damaged.  ihcbnlhp .nn! wad'..-..,   :lri,   .,���   ;llV!llll_|      ''\Vell, w(- tried  lhe mounting husi-  ���fOUX   JiA.Ii.UKIC,    JJ.    p.    s.,    L.    1>.    s.  JPJIBKra['[[��To  :e and Kesidcnce     CRANBROOK  St. Eugene International.  BARBER rill OP AXD  ri.rrjr JJOOMS.  W, fl STONE, Prop.  St. Kugenc^Iine, Mmie B. O  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitinir.s,    Ovorcodiair,  Troupers,   Imported    (.'iied-.  moyie; b.  s;-���'��yc<w&'?",  0  and Soo Line.  'd      CSCUK-.J011S.  :"i;ca(i(.n    witii  C.     Resident I eucc would bo the death of me but j I -Viss Jones on the grouud ahead o^rne I TOUB.TST      fl A "R Q  Jortling fishing I yvoukhl\ ^r <^ instant think of toll-   but. ��l��-nyR found it to be Wt a halluei- ! *  Tolegiaphic    com-  all   inn-is   of     the  .      SO   YEARS'  -V EXPERIENCE  :iru   an   invalti-1 '' "  ,iJU"   'hr* ^*ountmj;  1'ie remedy for silver u-id   h-.d ,���,; '' "^ <<vt;r/^:i!��* ;"' tliiP time  [ was  -i.ACr Jiid   h,,d jiujmu,- ,  prepared for lhe v.h��.<*k and i-hedid land  *" ������     ' fni ,l"'' ^ddle moM beautiful]v.    After  _____     j ]irtd  i);llr,nf,c,tl  (i|0 SPPm5n��r,-v 1m,.on.  I  troJlal)]t* �� heel and told l,er to getrr-ady  l for the start olT, shr* said lo'nw* t hat shi*  f could ride fairly wHl'now llmtsht* was  , on and if I v\oiiJd jn.��ttak<- hold under  j the back of 1 In. wuhlle and follow her m  j that  way she thought she could ped-1  I forward   very  xvell.    I difl   as she ioU]  j me and aftf*r giving the wheel a slight  , piu-Ji she moiwl off,    Yo.h, she went i>  | alone all right.   All J had to do was L,  j follow  her.    At first she went slowlv,  at what you would call a dog-trot, then  : she increased her speed.'  And still all  j 1 had to do was-to- follow her!  j   ��� "As we were booming merrily onward  she on the, bicycle and.I on footj she  asked .me if T clid a't, think - f h is  Trade Mafiks  Designs   /RIGHTS &.C.  ' ,-dni^nf1w.''r,,d,n" " !ikcU'7' ���"-'��* ^eacriptinn may '  n.ivnrilinn is prolmbij- p.'itenliible.   Coiiimuniea-  ^<";f��/i-i'icllycorifldcnlial   JliindbookonPatents  li1.    r V'vost ��F��''''fy fofsecuriii)* patents.  Patents1 taken throimh -Sluim & Co. receive  cwial notice, without clinme, in tlie  'lesitific Jfttieriai,'.  A luindsoinely llluatrat.prl ttpokIv.    I.riruo^t cir-  (���Jiliiciiiii of ntiy scicnt-l/ln jniirnal.   ������rerniB. S3 n  ���aii|�� ��'��irArK��tlia'*'!' S":u by,t" 'i��wsfJoAlers.  HIUNK-& Co.3����^��r..Hew"Ybrt  ;ir.'uieh OiTlco. G2.VK St., \VIl3binKt<j.i, ]>. G.  e.  :,., ���-,      ...        ,   -  * most  ~\hderating sport.    Of course, I said it  was     Then ��he snid s-he enfoved it so  much that, she would continue on this  same  course  until, she became  tired  when she would dismount, and after ,-  had not found Miss Jones lying-on th(.  road in a pool of hlood 1 was Pure that  she had been spirited awav or kidnapped.  "I rushed to the homo of her parent'-  Her brother John was sittinp- on tin'  porch smoking a. horriblv rank f-i<���rV  ���'����* "'hen 1 exeiUYl]y���,kf.(1 hiln ulji7,.  hit, sister was he looked atme a.-, t hnwsU  h'MOju>Kl���l.ri me a hinatie. "7 intjdore.l  hiui to tell me, for the love he bore hi  sister.  "He looked at nie a^ain, then slowlv '  turned his eye,, toward the side of the  house    My eyes followed his, and Uk-,-,-  .Miss   Jones   stood,   cool  and   eolleeu.,]  wth n heavenly smile on her face, nun  how beautiful  she looked.     f!ut I r0ii  to the ground in a dead faint and when'  next  I realized anything- I was in 1Uy  own room at home, with ray dear mother at niy bedside.   1 looked nt her cpies-  tioniujjly, ajid then said:   Mother, h0w  many  weeks   have  I  been  ill?'" Sjh.  joolced    fijig-htencd, . then    answered-  Why, my dear son, you've been here hut  Pass   Dunm'ore   Jet   for  Si.    Paul  on Sund..y.,, Tuesday-,.. TilumlnvB and  Frida.v  U'ednusilays.  on Saturduys,  Same car.-, pa=y Revelstoke  one   da\  Toionio   on   Mondays    and  .Montreal   and   Uos|,, n  earlier.  DRY GOODS, UnOTri AX1)  NUOKS. LADIES AISTD  GEXTS        J'UK^ISHJNCiS.  Call and insjjcc.t ourclolhing.  The nio-jt up to date   stock in  town.  l'-?W$M  v?Miri 'p  "1 -ti tiV^'.Ai'   <-��� ���  '���Wl!  IJL^.  MOYIE, B. O.  THAII^S   DEPART.  t-JiL   for    Kaslo,   kelson,     J{(,hs1:���h1:  _i   SilJcan    'ini1    Rc'ind.u-v      IlOlllt*.,  Revelbtokc, Ahii��� lane and J',iuiiic  Coast.  15:09 for MoofeC Jaw  Jyol*i for S,-;](*.    .Honey tu  Ijoiiii.  Lola for sale in all    parts   oi   town  Money to loan.    A^ont  for Kani   and  Williams pianos.    JIavo oilier   tpeci.il  h.'iigains,    JJcforc investing wo  ih��x 17. IX J. Elmer.  '.^ &>&\  r-   yC 5:.V  "''r-rA.jr  " '//-   I'3  '?' �����*��.>.  t^  ���.indon,   Win-  a few hr  .blTi'.p:';-1  fai v,i>'r'  the si  astr.j-;s :  ���Residcn'.  D.J. E-ini(jj.,  rohn.Jonr  ^hh-rnlh*  nipeg, etc. and all Eatdein   poinl  connectiiifj; at JU.icleod for C.dy  ,ra' v  $125 for sale.   See  I  ���Edmonton, etc.  Ar-I'ly for llnles. Ma|.s Tim- fjiinl.i, Ticket*, uad  Full InhniTiiitioii to XearoM j.cicul  s Agent,  G, Hillier, Agent, Moyie.  ii. J. covrj-,  A, Q. P. A., Yaucovcr  J. S. CART Jilt,  T.V..L Nelson,  GST YOUE  F10TUEES FEj  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  .   W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  Cr-nilirook,     IVToyio,     J'ort .Sc.ulu  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday and Wednesday.  Prices Giveii.  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything*  in tlie Printing  Line at the  .-1.  n   ,1  UI  u4ytM  %  (���j  M  '&. S W *�����"'


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