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 I' * '.  /   s  ALE & EL  NOTARIES PUBLIC,  INSURANCE.  VOL. 3, NO..40.  ^������������������#�������������������^������������^������^^  MOYIE, B. C, JANUARY 19,1901.  * .*i  r.  V  Public notice is hereby given that for the next 10 days the  undersigned agrees to make the following reductions for  cash:  150 Tons will Be Sent  Out at Once.'  'TO SMELTER AT'mSON  Mackinaw suits, regular price $8.50; our price $5,75  Brown canvas coats  Tweed pants,  Gum Rubbers,  Meh^S Larrigans  a  u  a  k  ii  u  u  3.00;  3.00,  3.25;  3.50;  <(  a  u  ((  a  u  a  a  2.00  2.00  2.25  2.00  Work -will Be   Comirtonced on tbo   Prop-  (       erty as soon an tlie Weather  will Permit.  If- *���*  ah  Our enormous quantity of heavy underwear to be cleared out at a like   reduction.  Also bear in mind that our line>; groceries is up to date, with the  ehoicest and best'in the market.  The Society Girl mine is again shipping ore.    The 150 tons oi thereabouts  which has beeu taken out at the mine  is being br'ougnt down and shipped to  ^   tbe Hall   Mines'   smelter   at   Nelson,  M) \There are f0Ur tijams hau]W and the.y  8k  LOCAL   NEWS.  G. H. Gilpin was" in   town   Monday.  C. J. Rose is holding a  position , at  the Central.  D. J. Elmer was in Port   Steele   the  first of tlie week.  John Day is in Seattle and is   likely  to be in Moyie before long.  P. J. Mafllahon has been quite sick  during the past week.  Cheap, accident" and fever policies  at- Beale <fc El well's. "*  There will be an immense amount  of ico put llp on Moyie lake, th.8  winter,  The new officers in the Odd Fellows  lodge were installed last Monday even  Four Made'Happy.  Four Moyie people were united in  marriage last Tuesday. The 'contracting parties were N. A. Mackenzie and  Miss Elena Eagan, and Glencerian  Campbell and Mrs. -Diggings. The  former couple were married in Moyie  and the latter'in Fort Steele.  [:' .y-Be  X\'^* >^* ^ *^-^. >^. ^^^. ^>g^?>5i  CANADIAN  BANK   OF t COMMEKCH.  , i i    j ' M '  ��� Pkm Up Capital, $6,000,000/  DUNBRQOK BRANCH,,       ,        \ L W.-'N. SMYfHE, MGR  V T  f~\  1 IU   1  ���\  N. A. Mackenzie, -Proprietor,  ?he  Hoard of Trade Meeting-.  Tlie   last, regular, board . of "trade  meeting of the month tfg8 held at the  i Kootenay   hotel on-the. 16th,   when  the following officers were  elected   for  the ensuing term :  President; J. P. Farrell,    -  Vice-president','A. P. Mcdonald,-  Secry-treas., Lewis Thomson.  ���  A'finance committee was   also  elected consisting of Boot. Campbell,' M. A.  Beale and F. J. Smyth.  A resolution was read- aud adopted  asking th'e.government for , an appropriation of $1500 for ilie "building ol a  -uew wagon road to  are bringing down about 10   tons  per  day.  , Chas. Farrell, tho owner, saj's' that  as soon as the weather will permit he  will start work on the'property and  will drive a tunnel farther down the  hill so as to get a greater depth on the  ore,body,  Legislature Summoned.  .Victoria,   January   17.-���Tbe   provincial legislature"has been  summoned  to'm'eet.ori February 1st for  the  despatch of business,  ,    .,..���., -        ��� ��� P ��� .-  j -       ���   the   Society.  Girl  '[Hotel; for; the   masses.    Everything First r"ne' -��� ~ ���  ��� ���" ^Petition asking for the division  of the "district was ordered forwarded to  the proper persons  *. *#* ii  in |]every   respect.    Sample Rooms  for  ,,-���,.��;        . ,        .    Commercial Men,  \*4*"'": md VT"P ' ' t>   ^.''V    rs'   t i'�� Th�� bank committee reported pro  K.v^aLOYiiii, r   ,  , *     British Columbia. gre8S. .   F   '  j     A committe was oppoiuted to aid in  selecting^ site lor the new government  buildings.  The election of an .executive   com  mitiee was  postponed  uutil   the next  meeting.  The next meeting will   be   held   in  the dining r joni of the Moyie hc/tel.  Tho Chinese  Situation.  The movement against the Chinese  | is working very" satisfactory  to   those  who   started   the   ball   roiling,    fhe  business men haVe  all,so far  adhered  to,the request of the anti-Chinese com-  rniteee: . The cards which the   miners'  union had printed; on which were  the  words '-\Ve Neither Patronise  or  Employ Chinese Here/are how-displayed  in. nearly  every   b:usineSs\house.    In  rao3t cases the . cards   were asked - for  by th'e   business   men.    The, Chinese  are acting glum   and .seem pretty well  discouraged, and it is said that most   of  'them are getting ready   to   moW but.  One thing is certain'"tliey   are   getting  but little if any wo'rk to do".    The white  laundries are overcrowded'  with  Work  V.JDESADLMBR,    Pr<>I>. *X$  %  Lari-e   sample   room   in   connection /j\  with house for commercial men.   Best ~"    jfk\  of accommodations. ' *    j/ki  eadqtarters for Commencial and Mining Mmh        )}  ��� . ��� ��� S:o\*ie, b.c. tjk  ���^v**.->*���>*.��� >�������>*.��� ���>��� ^��k->i*��->5'^^-^ ^s^^^^gr^: ^P^P^IX  if&K2S2$Z&  Waterworks Company Meets.  -   A meeting of the  Waterworks  company was   held   here   Tuesday.    The  company has decided to begin work  as  early as possible and are already   making arrangements for placing an   order  for pipe, which they wish   to  have   on  the ground by th'eloth   of  April.    It  was decided; to lay a 4-inch pipe  along  Victoria street between Madora avenue  and the south end of Taviatdok street.  A 3 inch  pipe  will  also.belaid down  Queen's avenue to a  point about op-^  positfe the Deader office.    It is the  in-   _ teatlou of the   company    to   have   at  '.he club   playing  hockey.    They   are'least 10 fire   hydrants  scattered    over  the line just mentioned.  Miner a JLUtlo OJF.  Moyie has a. hockey club   and   every  week something appears iu The Movie  Leader about Che club,   but   it   never  says anything about   the  members   ol  spending all of their time arranging  foi a grand ball to be given February  W.-i-jN'elaon Miner. ,  The Movie boys are playing hookey,  and are doing some good, work,- too.  Aud it is their iufcention to' take a  whirl out of the Nel'sod team before  long; providing u "dicker" can be  nutde. . ,  In These Good's Wo Have  t* i.  h  r  ,   r-  i     i <  y <$y  t  Black Currant  Peach,  Orange,  J Strawberry,'  Crabapple/  TJj  v         ...  Red Currant,  Plurii,  Pineapple,'  Raspberry,;  Lemon.  Metal Quotations.  ^New  York,   Jan.   17,���Bar   silver,  033*   cents_    Lead>   IJrioe   fQ.r   mineM  and smelters, ,$-1.37-^ at the close. Cop-  pi'r, broke: a' price, $17.00.  5Cho 3Ioyie Brewery;  R. Eiesterer and. Mr, Walsh ' arrived  from Nelson this'week,   and   with Mr.  Nieders'tddt conimeuced   the   work   of  fitting up the   Moyie   Brewery,-    They  are putting in 10 chip casks arid  eight,  fermenting tubs,- and the brewery   will  have al capacity of 15 -barrels   per , diiy  Messrs. Niederstadfc & Riestererihtehd  cutting arid, storing' about 1500 ton's   of  ice tliis winter.   .They have a. new  ice  plow, several pairs of tongs and  every-  ���hing necessary  for   this   work.    The  new   brewery   will   be . in    operation  about the first of February.  Toronto Biscuit & Confectionery Co.  MADE   BY   THE  PAT2HSAUDJ5 BitOS; Jfilaoa.  Is the place to.send, for .your Christ-  mas presents. Werciui supply you  will) beautiful piese)its..and at, very  reasonable pric?3. . a.good wyttcl'a .isji  .suitable Christmas,, gift and . this ,we  can give you . at: prices -: to-, suit any  purse.    We can belp.you, out in. vour  choice by sending y0.u onp.oi.oyr.'fine.  watclhcatafogues/ every Watch guaran^  teed A 1.  Tor Fli-d ProtebUoc.  A meeting was held ip the sample  room of,tho Central hotel,, Thursday  evening for th'o purpose of endeavoring  to improve the Moyie fire department.  A committee of five was appointed to  confer with fire   wardens,   after which  .another general .meeting will be calVd  for the,purpose Of electing a chief add  ���liis rieu'tenahts.  , Go to'Gilpins frf McCIary's celebrated cook stoves. ' ' , ,   .  Mrs. F. W. Frith and   sister,   Miss  McAllister, are stopping in Cranbrook.  ^W.F. Gurd of   Cranbrook   was   jn  Moyie on professfonal  business Thursday. '  Constable ' Drummond has been  knocked out with lagrippe for several  days'past. '���    Q   '  There were 12 new members initiated  in to,the miners' union last Tuesday  evening.  M..A. Beale went" to Fort . Steele  today arid Will return Monday morning.       , , , -  Father Welch.of Bossland was visiting at the St.   Eugene   mission    this  week.    He returned home today.  ���  ��� Father Copcrilo is  iri  Mbyie ' today  and will remain   over   and    celebrate  mass at th'e Catholic .church tomorrow.  , Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foley, formerly  of this place, are spending' the   winter  in Ogden Utah'.' ,    ��� '  Miss Gurd, o'f Nelson'sifter of W,   F  Gurd of Cranbrook, _"was,  visiting   in  Moyie this week ifitH Mrs.  Errickson.  ��� J. A. Harvey was out to   Moyie   the"  first of the week to attend'sth*e rueeting  of the waterworks company.  |*    Jamea'-Fraserof. Gfranville,., 0,ue.; ."is  now holdings clerical position '���ia   Q.  H. Miner's hardware store.'  Mrs.' P. i>. Hope-was on a visit to  her parents in' Kimberley > this week.  Shereturned Wednesday accompanied  by her two younger sisters.  At the  election   of   school trustees  last Monday, j. A. Crowe was the win-  I tier.    There was more   than   usual interest taken in in'tho afl'.dr.  The Union restaurant haa opened  iu the building opposite the Kootenay  hotel and is novV better prepared than  ever for catering to the people.  LOST���Butich of keys with caiti  and. tag; with V. Desaulnier on, it.  Finder will oe   rewarded   by   leaving  same at this office or  at   the   Central  hotel.  Mrs. Brewster ha"s opened a latiudry  near the Moyif hotel and will be  prepared next week to receive a share  of the public patronage.'  L. A. Kickers is spoken of for the  next,fire chief of Moyie. Mr.' Bickers  hats Had expefien. e before jLn..this,' line  aud.a better app-oihtineiitcdtild hot be  ulade, .  Vic Deaaujnio'r is spending si few  weeks .at the Halcyon hot springs  Sanitarium on Arro.w lake. Mr. Desaulnier has not been enjoying the best  of health of late.  The ice on the lalce is in spfctidid  condition, for, skating and it is,,a coral  mon occurrence, to.pee between 50 arid  75 people at a time enjoying this  passtiifie.  MACKENZIE-KAG A tt;  .The marriage of Mr. MacKenzie and  Miss Eagan took place in,the parlor of  the Kootenay   hotel at   11:30 o'clock  and was   conducted   by  Bev'.   Father  Coccolo.    Only a few of the immediate  friends of the bride and   groom   were  present:    At two o'clock  an excellent  wedding dinner was served  and  at   3  o'clock-the   couple   started   on   their  wedding journey   to   New  York   and  other eastern cities.-  Mr. Mackenzie is proprietor   of ..the  Manhattan hotel and irone of Moyie's  most substantial business   men, white  the bride was one  of the most popular"'  young ladies of the town. ���    " "  CA.MPIJfiLL-rBlGGIxVGS.   .  ' Mr. Campbell   arid   Mrs.   Biggings"  were married in  Fort   Steele   by   th<?  Rev. Mr. Keid;    They arrived in Moyie ���  Tuesday and have taken up their home "  on the west side of the Moyie hike.  Both Mr. and   Mrs.   Campbell   are',  pioneers in Moyie,4ie  being the o'rig-   -  inal locator of the   townsite-   knd' she  th'e first white Woman in the place...  Tlie Leader extends congratulations  to both couples.  A ter the Fire.  Messrs. Lindsay and Clayton' are-  yet undecided aa to whether or not'  tliey will rebuild.  F. W. Frith and' flilly Hamilton are  talking oi forming   a partnership and  going ioto business  in  Moyie.    They  should receive every   encouragement.'  AM those who were'*injured   m' the  fire are   getting   along   nicely.    The  worst cases are in the St. Eugetie missioniho'srjital rind are getting  th'e   best  of treatment.    It \vas feared for a. few  days that A. H. Barrick and Ben Hem'-"  minger   would   contract "pneumonia; *  but,that siage has passed arid th'e^'afe ,'  out'of danger.    Father Coccolo,   who  arrived from the   mission   today,   says ^  that ^11 the Moyie patients are {getting ��  aIon�� splendidly.' . ,0  There   are   two   Benefit   entertain-!  -  ment sppken of for those who suffered  most by the fire.'    One will", be* given-  next Wednesday ��� evening,'   at   which  the play "Puupkin Ridge" will be  re-'  '  produced,   after which a  dance   will  be given.    The other will   be   in   the]  nature of a grand ball to be   given   by   ���  Ih e ladres of Moyie next Fridfty   evening.    The   board  of   trade   haa   been  asked to assist with   both;   and   ii   iq    '  Likoly they will receive its support.  '-��� 'I  ���:5'i|  liaying- off Miners..  Some of tlie mines  around  Sandon,  are.Jayiog off part of their crews and  limiting: their output.as a result of the  actions of the Sirielter Combine in reT  fusing to renew their contracts. .The  mines efiected are the Pt?yue, which  layed oft 20 "men, the Whitewater^,  letting out 20, miners; and the Last "  Chance, wliich red'uoed its force by  tweiity-fiye,  Thero will be a meeting of th'e Sloy-e  Busineos,Men's Pro.tec'-ivQ .Assaciaiiuh  ��� on Monday.evening.at 8:30 o'clock in  tho oecrecarys office.-  i^^2^32^ .���36^^p��3  Patehaude BrosI  and    Manufacturing  Walchmakero  Jawelert,.  "��� WgPunciliUMDeart.,       ."���'-,  ���������������: Berlin,.. Jan., ,16.-^Johann iaber;  founder pftlie famous lead pencil fac-  ��� tory, ��� djed> .ye'titerday at������ Nuremberg,  inged 84 years.... When ���Eie-.-be'gan busl-  ���ness-Engliah pencils iwerS . iW aimost  universal .use in Germany. There ie'  nowno ni,l|-^t-for them, they hi.virig  NELSOJN",B. C    byendri^not.lofby   th, product   o'f  * i Fabor's factory.  While the Chinese are leaving town,  the Japs are coming in.    Only  yester  day two mdre Japanese wqmen landed  with.their trunks and   other, baggage.  The dancf; given Tuesday evening in  Morley'e hall by Messrs. Whitnb/. &  Russell, w-as 3omewhat of-a. frost, aud  the great musical combination is now  looking fpr other fish.to,fry.  Tom,Da vis, a driver on the c��Lr tram  between the Lake Shore mine aud the  concentrator, metwith the misfortune  of breaking.his.arm one day. the first  of the week. Pie leit for Le.thbr.idge.  Wednesday oris, visit to his home.   ,.-.  '���No business man.cah afford.to carry  his own-fire Insurance. The risk is  tbo-g'redt. The insurance company  shbuld have all the risk. Beale &Elwell  arc agents lor the best company in the  world,  .    Hag-arty Gets Four fllontlis.'  ,. Michael. .Haggarty .was tried last  Monday befe're Chief Magistrate Arm-'  strong on the charge of " obtaining,  money and goods under false pretenses  and y>aa convicted and given a sentence of four months in the Nelson  jail. ; He was. taken to Nelson by Acting Constable Lindsay to serve out  his sentence.  Plro *t Phoenix.  Thi.toWn of Phdenix.had a $30,000  fire last Tuesday, and .for a time' it  looked as though the whole town would  *o up in flames. Tile fire broke out  in H. jftcBoan & Co's. store.  ADDITIONAL    LOCALS.  Don',t put orriu3,.ri.jg until it is too  late.    See Bealo & Elwell at once,  S. A, Sbott   made   a*  business   and  pleasure trip tp Crest ju today.  There will be a business meeting of-  the -Moyie Hocke? Club at  the  Moyie-  hotel next .Thursday evening."'- A good  .attendance is requested.     '  "A side walk is  being built between.  Gilpins store aud the Union restaurant/  and a crosswalk betweon the later and  the Kootenay hotel.  ���Residential lota $125 for sale.  Son  -D. J. Blmer,  fKWWUUHBH t   I  i    ,'  t    -  f F'  ' I* .   .  t ���  t ,  I-  '      t,  U  i ���'���  >>  n  r. ^S%'^%3BeSll.^^r��*SSKiE^^��!l����SbAKEASaS  t&-i.3SaSSS  iaawBf>w��-Jtaaa  ^f��f*ra-r,. ..-Jill   ������! . J  am,l '!���*���:  rFigCTJiTraTnr'm'isri'g.'ftTfrM'a  THE M07IB LEADER.  'ihlii-hcd in ll.e ictere.d of tlie people  of Movie and East ICcotenay.  .}. SMYTH &' CO.,  Pabll��.hc:-3.  ! uir.-jrir-?:  ���-.ie Year,,  ..J2.00  SATURDAY, J A",?. 19, 1.G01.  souices uf reveuue us real estate   taxes  and   Jicpnses-    Weie    this;   done,   the  i:icr>cv would, lo' si  gieat   ci_ttjUt#   goJ  ''*���-���-*-'- ii       -    ' x   ���  towards :r.ax;jng public   improvements:  ihat'vouid be actually necessary.  J   Rr QOSTIGAN, a, C,  St.   Eugene  mine  has even smoad as far ssCJerm".ir.:.\  The movement against the Chinese  id all right, but it   should   embrace  a  ���arger scp}>e of country. Every tdwn'in  South East Kootenay'should  take" up;  ibe fight,  The   Seattle/Typographical' Union  ias adopted a  7-5-hour day fo/ typesetting    machine    operators       The  Wages are ?-i.50 for night work and iji-1.  "lor day work.  The miners' union' must be' given  nedit [or taking tbe initiatory steps  towards driving the Chinese ' out of  Jtfo.vie. When the union lakes a  'matter in hand it, is a sure sign that it  will be carried out,   and   carried , out  ;'"'ighL- �����  It is said that at the Moyie school  election last Monday t he question of  religion was brought up. It was generally considered that the people of  Moyie were too broad, minded to allow  ihe question of religion < tp interfere  ,wilh their school affairs, but it seems  such is not the 'ease. .  ���  I  . r   .      , ,  '   irraiijr Jnmet, Turned Dowiii  Frank James, brother to Jesse Jair.os  the noted bandit, haa lost his iight  for tlie doorkecpcTship c)F the Missouri  house of representatives. No man at  the capitol has it is said worked harder  than <he for an appointment; James  personally a'p plied to tho different  Wtsmbo'rs of'the legislature to give him  recognition for the benefit pf future  generations of his family.  The decision 'v?ii3 ' reached in the  democratic caucus after an all'" night,  session'. James' naj"4e' v:ns presented  by Judge T. T. Hawkins a "venerable  member, who pleaded eIoc]U3D.(ly for  (lie candidate; On the first ballot  James received biit'lS votes. On the  second ballot James Withdrew his  name, "thanking from the bottom of  hie heart" those who had given him  support.!  James . surrendered lo Governor  Crittenden years ago, after his brother  Jesse had been killed bv Bob Ford,  and ever sineo haa'' boon living i>n  upright life.  GO.AN BROOK,  B. C.  e*C��x��*ft  Harvey  &  McCarter,  PORT STEELE, 13. 0  Harvey, "MTeCartor '& Alexander.  Barristers & Solicitors.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission    and  INSURANCE AGKHfb  Money xo Loan.    ,  THE   POST OFFICE  ii}<��&s pa.ua <ii SAA^OKair/ awnR.:  Lrrfi'-t * ,.si?iy <>-  Xm.AB & NEW YEAR'S  to  MHMSTQM  BUGS.  Moyie,  B,  C.  P. D. HOPE,  CIioiMi&L aud Druerc:l8r,  MO'.'IE. 31. C  W. F, GURD,  BARIIISTEK, SOLICrXG.lv, 3STO,  ^0   TO   THE  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  The bringing  back  and  convicting  pf Michael Haggarty on the charge of  obtaining   money   and   gooda   under  /alse pretenses was , from every  point  .of view a iuslifiable act.    Haggarty  is  a-strong, able bodied man and had  no  ��� excuse whatever  for" his, action.    His  'conviction should serve as. a'.warning  t^o others.  The appointment of,Chris Foley on  ihe Chinese commission is a tactful  one, o Foley is a westprp man with  western ideas'., and his knowledge of  the Chinese question is both broad  and deep. .It is pleasing to note that  his ability has been recognized by the  Ottawa government, and that he has  Secured such an honorable position.  Thou&nnds Scut Into Exilp.  -.11 " ���       '  Every year a largo number of poqr  sufferers whoes lungs are sore and  racked with coughs are tjrired to go to  another climate:But this is cqarly and  not always sure. Don't be "an exile  when I>r. King's new , Discovery for  Coesumption will cure you at" home'.  It's the moet infalliable medicine ['for  Coughs, Coldsand'-all throat and lpng  diseases on, earth. The first dose bring  relief. Austoundiog cures result from  persistent use. . Trial bottle free at  V. D. Hope's drug 'store, lMc��( SQo'  autl 1.00.   ,Every bottle guaranteed,  E,. A, ELTON,'  <    * k t  Commission   and   InsurancG   '  1 ,  Agent.  NEW   YpBKLTEJjJ,  "P    '  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,  PHCENrjyO-FY NEW YORK  Insurance Oo.'s  Fort.Steele, /    *���      B. Ce  r-r  %  \  THE' PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE.  ���-3CO.-4 K^-W.-G., nT.OCICl'^NELHON. IJ. C.        - '    ''  f (  For your oulfit.    The largest stock in  East Kootenay.  1 0  yBEID&CO.,  CIIAK13R00K, B. C  TO THE HEAP.  .A rich lady cureji of her Deafness  and pajeesin tbe head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,-  000 to his Institute/,sp that deaf  people unable to procure* the Ear  Drums may haye them free. Address  No, 14.522 The , Nicholson Institute,  7S0, Eighth ' Avenue, New York,  U. S. A. ,     '  C R HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  ' OFFICE���FARRELL BLOCK.  MOYIE, 'British" Coiumbia!  We Beg to  Announce  Cold, Silver lend and Copper mines wan led at tho EXCHANGE  , FREE 311'LLINC GOLD properties wanted at once for,Eastern  jnvostors. > '       , �� , ��    ' '  Parties having mining property for Halo aro requested to send  samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition. "       '>  Wc desire to hear from prospectors who liavo promising min*--  eral claim's in British Columbia.  Prospectors nnd tn'ining men are, requested'to niako the EX-  3   CJU/VNCttE tlieir headquarters ''vhen in Nelson."       - ' ���  'All samples should be sent by exprass. PliEPAlD.  Correspondence sPlio-itdd.   .Address all communications to  AKJOIilSW F. IIOSEX BERG tilt,  Telephone No.,10i. "P. O.' Box"70G.  ' '" '"'..NELSON, B. 0-  ���j   t . - -   "     - ��� ��� ' ��� ���   "  %  1-  it  ft-  t  r  ^?  City   Shaving'   Parlor,  ..CENTRAL   HOTEL.''  \vj*.STjd."x CIjIKjCj VfOif.  ',' Movie, B. G.  An appropriation of .$1500 was made  (several mouths ago,by tho government  for the building of. a courthouse and  .Jockup iu Moyie', but as yet nothing  Jias been done. The difficulty seems  io lie in the fact that a lot must also  be purchased out of this amount, which  ���must necessarily cut down the amount  for building purposes. It is to be  hoped that a speedy settlement of the  matter will be reached.  Today we hear litLlo or  nothing in  favor oi  the   abolition   of   the   death  penally.    On the other band   some  of  the  states   to   the   south  of us  that  tabooed it are   agitating   for   the   re-  establishment   oi"   the   gallows.     Not  pnly this- but it is now,being urged as  H punishment for crimes   other   than  murder.    It has   been   suggested   that  such   crimes   as   result   in lynching:*  should be   punished lcby   death.    The  ' Cudahy kidnaping casu has started an  agitation in Utah and in 'many  other  ptates for the.enactment of a law making kidnapping   ,for bounty 'a   crime  uunishable by death.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I, Ohas. Farrell,  miner, intcnd'GQ days after date to apply Jo the  elnef commissioner of laudsoand "works for a  special license under land act to cijt aud cairy  avay'timher on the following described lands  situated in the, vicinity of the upper iMoyie  lake ttuvn; Soul Invest corner post situated  about one half mile 'northeast of 310vie river  falls; thouce aorta bO chums, thence cast SO  chains, thence south SO chains, theuee west &0  chains lo place rof commencement.  Cha<>. Farrell.  Moyie, B. C. Pec. 22th 1S0O. 3-37,  - NOTJCl!.  Xotice is hetel.y given that I, D. James McDonald, miner, intend s*ixiy days after date to  apply ro the chief commissioner of land and  works foi a special license under Jautl act to  cut and carry awny timber oa the folio wing  described lands situated in the vicinity of. the  upper 31-jjlo lake towit: riou'li east corner  post situated ivbutit % miles north wdst of tho  Moyie river fails; thence west eit,'ht chains,  thence uorJ.h 80 uhtuus, thence east SO chains to  the place of commencement.  D. James McDonald.  Moyie, li. V. Dec. 22th-1900 '  3-37.  UNION BARBEB 3H0P  AND BATH .ROOMS,'  ~"X.E. COt,1.XSS, Propr.  I -*i  Victoria Street, MOYIE, B. C.  ^���H ffUKWW'W  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  'By Seuding Your Work To the  CITY' UCNDFY..  p. LUTNEK,'Prop. '  GOOD V.'OUK.       ' PRICES   REASON A.BIK  O* INCOKJ'OK^XIOJN.  A number of small towns, in the  province are talking '"incorporation,"  gays the Nelson Tribune. All the  revenue that the people of these towns  now pay goes into the provincial  treasury, and l,he people claim that  very little of it is re-expended m the  towns. Tlie claim is uuu; but it n*  doubtful if incoiporation is a iciiiedy  for tne evil complained of. Once a  town is incorporated, the bulk of the  revenue collected faceuid to be friitered  away in expenditures that are ol' little  tea), benefit. ,lt is easy to spend money  derived from die sale of debentures;  but it is hard to raise money year after  year to pay the mtercbt and sinking  fund charges on such indebtedness*.  The Tribune is of the opinion that the  small towns, in.-U.-ad of incorporating,  should be allowed the right to be  deoignated aa'villages/with a board of  three elected ,6r appointed .trustees,  to have authority to expend the  amount ;qf revenue actually collected  within the limits of the village by the  provincial     authorities     from    such  ii-OXlOii.  Notice is hereby given that I, Malcolm Grant,  of Movie, li. O.. eoutractor, intend :J0 days  after date to apply to tne chief commissioner of  lauds aud works for a special licom-e under  land acts to cut and carry away limber on the  following deuoribc-d lauds, situate in the vicinity uf Moyie tiforetaid, towit: The south east  eoruer post of said lands is situated about three  miles west of the lower eud oi upper Moyie  lake aud south of Lamb creek, thouce -ISO chum  west," theuee 20 chains north, thence 460 eh.aus  east, theuee 20 chiuus south to point of commencement; containing 1,000 acres or therely.  .     iH.\DOODM <31tA>'T,  'Movie, 2-J th JTo vein ber, 1-K.iO. 8.32  ,.    ' N'OTUJJi.  Notice is hereby given that J, Thomas Uy-  land, lahclier, Movie, ii. (J., intend thirty days*  niter date 10 apply to Ihe chief commissioner  of lumls and \ioil;s for a Special license under  laud acts lo cut und convey umber oil the fol-  Iowiug ilc-icntiL-d lands si Hinted iu the viciniiy  ef Movie uforei-nwl, lowit: The uortheuhl corner post of hind lamiH in tiituated about one ana  one-half mill-.*, from the west **nle of upper  Moyie hike at I lie upper end thereof; thence  south 120 elmini-, thence west W ehalnu,  thence north 120 enaiiiri, tlience east SO chain-.,  to place of commencement, continuing 1,000  acres Or thurly.  TII03IAS IIYLAND.  Moyie, 21th November, 100O. 3-32.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that T, Anthony O'Kc-lly,  of Moyie, H. C,"intends thirty days after date to  npply to the chief fommiss-ioutT of lands and  workfiioraMiuolallii-cn.se uudi.-.r land acts to  to cut and entry awuy tinihi-r on tin* tollowiucr  described lands .situated in the viciuity of  Moyie aforesaid, towit: 'Ihe northeast corner  post of said lands if; situated near the upper cud  of upper Moyie lake fronting, said lake on tbe  west side thereof; thence south 210 chains,  tbense wcst.-lO chains, thrnte nprth 2-!0 chains,  thence east-10 chains to' place'' o f commence  meat containing 1,000 acres or thereby.  ANTONY b'KELLY.  Moyie, 2-lth Nov.,1900.'     ���'",''.'    3"32-  THE   LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths.  Opposite   Cosmopoliien    Hotel  W- ��- FOISY Prop.  EAST KOOTENAY. BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C. .  1 u ,  Areated Waters .of all  Kinds-  That we have disposed-of our  liquors tu Mr. E.J. Peltier, formerly of Eidgetown,   Ont., who  " haa a complete 5ine of liquors  and cigars enronte from the  east. Mr. Peltier has had years  .of esperiofjee in this line of bus*.-  inesg. and being connected jyith  ��� \ a yery Isjrge fij-pj-jn tlio east,  will he in ppsitioi? to serve the  public at a rnoment's notice  and in the bestpossible way. t,  Thanking our niany friends  and patrons for past   favors, we  . remain. Yours very truly, .  Ft. Steele' Mercantile  ,    r  '-     ���-   --.OOMJfATnT.LTU.   '~"~  JACOg P, FINK, Mgr.  WHOLESALE AND  KETAIL, BUTCHERS  CRANBR003C  MOYIE  Slothing,   Gents'    Furnishing-s,;,  Bootsi  Shoes* Hats, Gloves, Etc,  Bread delivered  to any part of the city.  PIES, CAKES AND ETC:  Always o^ Hand.  A. SLXNN, Prop,  COMB AtfD SEE US.  Victoria Ave.J Moyie, B. 0  WM. MILLS, Proprietor, ,  Minors   headquarters. - Good < accommodations  for   travelors.  liquors wnd cigars kept in stock, ' \  ;Best  wines  Lake Shore Addition  MOYIE, B. C,  MOVIE DAIRY.  Fresh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guaranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water   and Syphens.  mn B  IflUlULLUI  FOE THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF  OJKPrAHS  CALL AT T11E  Cabinet Cigar Store  J. I. McINTOSIT, Pnor.  Qci:en's Avenuk. MOYIE, B. C.  ,^,-iyr ^s-7^s ivrz$s z^s- ty. ^sr^v  I  TH  j   The  only   house   in   East    JCootnay  heated throughout with hotai*-.  First class in every respect. Special  rates to boarders. Good sample, room  for commercial men.  'COSMOPOLITAN  European plan.    Open day and nighf  tern  ftT'��Lk^r  s.\tagr-  '���-,--- '      *���  | Tiiib^ Hotel is New and well Furnished, The |  fi Tables are Supplied witl^ t&e Best the s  | Market affords. The Bar is Filled with j  %       the^'e^t Brands of Liq[uors and pigars. J  t '      AGE2TTS   FORPABST.'S   MILWAUKEE BEER. |  fli ' -���������'(* t '        ' ':'<"��� -v-       .*     *��� %  | HEADQUARTERS  FQ^.CGIVSMKRCIAk f  fi AND'MINING'MSN  ;,' ^-'--^ J  ft   MOVIB, - - ���       ���     - ~ BJtlTISJO: COTitmUlA   I  ��� "���>?:,- *-5��!  �� .���WiP'ft  4  4  '5*!  mem  ?m  &.mm  I fifjj",  c.fs.'Orisifts.je  mtwEsSt  IS. U. SM.AI.I, Prop.  CRANBROOK, - -'. B. 0.  ASS A T]E3K<  ��tv  NELSON",  B. C  ,!��� jmwimct*��'w%<igwwi*aiwc>w^iwi  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R, A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEAR MACEACHHEN & M-ACDONAL'DS.  HAWKE & BRENTON  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO���  BAGGACH-',       EXPJIESB     AND      GeNEHAL  D I! I,I VERY.  ���.-.''��� ^   moyie. ������:  MOYIE B. O.  Are ifrow Open and Ready For  Business With a Full  Line of  Staple and Fancy  f t Vis.'-W"^*W  f'*'*cc'}i>-M'  You are Invited to Inspect Stock.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  .THE  LEADER,  FOR FINE  i  " "��$$  '���*��� jSj$��  'A^m  i ���i^iXjf'  met*'  I *'%  L     ���V'.H..'  *    r  t *->w$..  f  lWj  y*M  i   - *��� tkik  I     fv *>;#;  p , ..Vj.-lr  I"        i.  tri&>*<;  ADDRESS  At;  -I, *."  *^*tv  "'%'  % 1  , i-fl-'w,  itA'  *,' **  ">      %  i%y?i  NBL'SO'Nv  iA  i > i�� t  v      i  ^A  \ri  A  <   j-  4h nwinmiiimiiii  KJwimib  wbm ~  <i  THE MOYIE LEADER.  ���unucaon rtxvaA  rJl.-KV rfmrm^nftotf  MOYIE,    B.    C.  1%  IS  Tlie I'r'nfi-NHOi-n  IvKrvi |(e��l  li;ic-rj*-r'irc.  1 lie was apparently an old man, wore  large spVctacles niul carried a small  satchel " 'Across the satchel was labeled. "I'rofossor Iledd. Chlca'pro." lie entered (lie waiting room of a suburban  station and deposited the t'titeJieJ carelessly near,the lee cooler. Suddenly  those near .saw-, the .satchel fall and  "heard tlie sharp tinkle o"f breaking  glass" Tl*e old man.picked up the glass  und muttered exclamations of distress.  ' "To thinktl-'lirbiicht them'all the-way  from Hi'M/.il," he paid.  "What   were  they?"   Inquired   some  one iu the sympathetic crowd.  "Germs!"  "What?" ���  "Bacteria of a strange Brazilian few  ver.", -'   *    A\  "QuickC man!   Crush them with'your  foot!"  , "I can't, sir. They are iioav floating  around in the air."  , There was a moment of ho'rror.' Them  there was a rush, and a littie later the  old man was the, only occupant of the  ���waiting room.'  A  window"was raised  from the outside.  "Just1 let tji'em out easy, Pete."* cautioned a voice.  And ���ihe bogus professor obeyed.  Satchels, grips and cases went through  tbe'wlndmv. After he'bnd finished'collecting - (he proiVssor followed the  booty, ills false ..card fell hack in the  .room, hut he did not attempt to reclaim  ���lt. The arrival of their train prompted  those outside'to venture, |n for their  baggage. It had vanished, and th*  black   heard   told   the   tale.  THE  YOUNG   MAN'S  BEARD.  If It  Be  Feeble  :inil   Scurc-e,   He  Has.  Cause, to  Itejoiee.  All human icings past the age of 4 curry with them some secret sorrow. Even  young Lubies have secret sorrows sometimes. /These (akc the form of a safety  pm that is not safe, or of a nurse all  smiles and affection when parents are  around, but inclined to scold und slap at  night.  m  i. H  m  m  I was cored of Acnto ��� Bronchitis   by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  . Bay of Islands. J, M. Campbell.   '.  . I was cured of   Facial Neuralgia by  / MINARD'S LINIMENT.' ,     ''*���   ���'."  If* Springhill,   N.S. '      '.Wm. Daniels.    ,  '^ ......       .   .:   ��   ���      ......  is%'     I was cured of Chronic  Rheumatism  fc&2  a��  K by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N.B.     ' George Tingley.  m  If a woman has, only three lines to  : .write on a slieec of note paper ��� she  \ enn't resist the, temptation of ���writ-  is ing two of stheniym'i.he ,side .margins  p'anct signing her name"upside upside  -down  over  the date.     ' '-,  m  n  The crying- ot children in bed ��� is one  ��� k.-nd of sheet music.  FOU AULD LANG- SYNE.  Ladies of Canada ' .    '  "Should  old  acquaintance be     for-  ���. say.   got?''     The answer' comes mechani-  lYfe^g^^l,^  cally . ,frbm  ,. every   i.Britisher��� - Mor'.  ^���M&iggf Remember  that, "on  the, bloo-iy   fi,-Ms  ���M-  0f   South �� Africa   yo'iir   brave   soldier  boys were  on "the firing line,  flanked  by loyal Britfsh subjects,from Ceylon,  and India  ' &:i  a  In the midst of danger,  lasting' friendships vverc formed; and  you, "ladies, of Canada, have it ia  your, power to CtMeht" .tti&se'~ bonds.  The Green teas of Ceylon and India  appeal to. you from sentiment. By  using them you not only aid your  "brother colonists, but-you get absolutely the best leas.' Those of you  who , drink green Japan teas have a  revelatiom in store; if you make the  change. "Blue Ribbon, Salado, and  Monsoon.packets may.be had from  your grocer.���Colonist.  One very common sorrow we propose to  uproot. This is tho sorrow of the young  unm whose heard, feeble nnd scarce; is  like the down on Unify, gosling.  How often have you noticed such a  young man pulling'sadly and hitterlv at  the mustache that will not grow?, flow  often have you felt sorry for the young  clergyman tugging at pale side whiskers  barely VisibleV Verily, "tho heart know-  etli his own bitterness."  Our mission today is to tell younj men  and clergymen that there is no more  hopeful sign in ail tlieir make up thau' a  faint and backward 'growth of heard.  Feebleness of beard indicates, that the  man has ahead of him progress, mental  and physical. It indicates (hat he has not  seen his best day or full development,  that he can wisely hope for better things  later on.     .    ,    ,  ,  On the contrary,' the man whose face,  shaved,1 looks like a-very dark slice of  enstile soap, the young man. who pride's  himself, on n nutmeg grafor chin,' has in  all probability seen the limit of his development. This is sad. hut it is true, and  we have got to say it, for wo are truth'  tellers in ordinary to' the American voung  , man.  If you doubt what we tell you,'investigate  for yourselves.    Study "pictures  of'  great men at 30 or 33���you find that their  beard, even at that ajje, is often nothing  more than a promise.  You see, we are all related, in physical  make up at least, to flic animal kingdom.  Throughout that kingdom outward sign*,  indicate full maturity. The lion's mane,  the bison's hump, thp" elephant's tusks,  tho hoar's, lushes, the peacock's tail  feathers���these correspond to tlie heard  in man and indicate tho state of development which each animal has attained.  The state of your heard measures your  development, and there is nothing to' he  niore lliankrul ror than slow development.'  The better the creation tbe slower its  growth. At G weeks of age the, cabbage  far surpasses the oak", but at the'end of a  hundred years, when the oak,, defies the  storm, where is your cabbage?  If'you try hard, you  may find imaginary   exceptions   to   this  rule.     Perhaps  you'll say that Napoleon had a heard as  stiff ns that of a walrus almost before he  "yvas out of his teens.  ':  r-^rae,   but ho" was  fully developed ..almost before he was out of his teens.   lie  , was a great military genius at 20, and his  full   development   and   full   beard   came  early.    But his career ended early.    His  predecessor,,, Ciesar,   had   practically   no  beard  nt all, just a few hairs' here" and  ,there,   but he lasted  longer than-.-Napoleon and could have gone on indefinitely  if his friends had not murdered him.  Jn   all   truth   remarks   on   young  men  there resides of course a useful lesson of  sonic kind for young women.  Hero is the jessou for young women:  Don't despise your young man because  his mustache is sickly. <  If you,are wise, you will toll tho yotine  man to shave, since all beard is an abomination. ,-But if you belong to the primitive female type which demands hair on'  -tho -aianZe-.face make .tho "best .of what  there'is there.    ,*.  You want your young' man^to.develop.  If you get him with a thick mustache, he  will 'never be much 'better'-than- at present, and you,will probably have-to let  that magnificent mustache, take the place  of mental growth and future glory.���Ne  ARROW SHOTS.  PI red fll Hun-lorn. Tbej- 5Jay Yet Hit  Tlieir Mark.  Kvery once in awhile you run ar-ross a  man with a very impu-ssive voice who  doesn't amount to anything.  Kvory man that goes up a buck 'alley  ia not necessarily a thief. Hu may be  learning to ride a bicycle.  When a widower gets marrieil, nearly  every other widower is interested.  Bucking chairs would not he of much  use if it were not for women who put  in most ot their time rocking  Hardly any jokes aie funny unless  they are ou the other fellow.  When a man gets to the age where ho  keeps an accurate account of the lime of  day, he has'n.iymuch else left to do.  About all the satisfaction some folk.-;  have is that they are not like other people.  ISyen folks who make a good deal of  fuss when they get married look very  common soon afterward. -  ��� If there is a real big chair in the room,  every chump that comes, iri tries to  move' it.      '" ,r- -  , Folks make presents of fountain pens  to people,who caniint write.  Deaf men nlway.,* seem to havo a special hankering; to'walk on (he railroad. ,f  A woman will use the potato masher  to drhe a nail rather than hunt tho bam-  in or.  If it, were not for an occasional scandal, some folks would not seem to have  very much fun.,, ��  The height of martyrdom for a farmer boy is to wear collars and cuffs on a  hot day.  Every man has a grudge at some doctor for u big til! he; once charged him.   ���  When you find a man that says lie w  independent,  yon  will soon  find  that'he  DYSPEPSIA AND HEADACHE.  An  Klrierly T,��<!y TelU of Her C��ire  Throng!- the Uho of 1).; Will In mi'  1'ijik l'JUs Afler a .Score or Oilier  lt<-mt'dUs Iia��I  FaU-tl.  thinks that it p.-rys bet i ere  .y.yiicn n man begins to do things, of  Which lm is ashamed, he likes to associate willi other men who have nls-o done  mean things.  Teopli. who*, never .get to be worth  much think nil who beco;p�� v?N of hnv*-  >o do it by being, siingv.  MMBD'S LINIMENT Lnmberm's Friend.  The London school board is responsible for the education of a population more than double that of Den-  aiuik and Greece and larger than  that of, Scotland. The children'of  ���r.-jiidon outnumber the total population of any European city except'five.  The sum spent on elementary educa-  Ucn-in Londonis equal to" the entire  government expenses of either i)c:n-  J ark, Norway' or Sweden.  HOTEL BALMORAL, ^?^eaL ^ Bus- Am-  .SO up.    E.P.��l.00ea.  ,   HE SAW IT. . '!  Wife (at the theatre)���"The "programme says thi play lias a moral,  but I fail lo .-.ee it."  Husband ;who paid ��� S3 for' two  seats')���"Oh, the moral's there, all'  right." ' ���      - '  Wife���"I'd live  to "know ��� what  it  is ?", '- , '   '        -  Husband���"'A fool anil his money  u:o soon par:e:l.' " �� T  ��� Dyspepsia causes more  genuine distress  than  most diseases  that afflict  mankind.      In this country from one  cause or another its victims are -'num.-  bered  by the hundreds of thousands,  and  those alilicied always feel fired,  worn put and miserable, and are sub--  ject   to  fits  of'melancholy  or i,l temper without apparent cause.      It    is  obvious that the human body, in order to perform its functions, must be  properly  noyrished,   and   Ibis  cannoti  be done -when the food is improperly  digested-   Those who suffer  from  indigestion should exercise discretion as  to   diet,     aad   only     easily   digested  foods    should-    be   taken.    But" more  than  this  is'required-tho blood needs  attention iu  order that  the stomach  aiay  be strengthened^ and  the secretin     of   the   gastric   'juices   properly  carried on.    There  is no  other modi-"  cine offered   the public  that will  act  so   promptly   and   effectively/ as     Dr  Williams' -Pink -Pillsr  Proof  oi   this'  is  given iu  -she case of'Mrs.'F.     X.  Doddridge, St. Sauveur,   Que.. In .conversation with'a reporter, Mrs. Doddridge said:���''For quite a number of  years I have  been ,a terrible sufferer,  from  dyspepsia,   accompanied  by  the  sick  headaches'that  almost, invariably   come   with   this,  trouble.   I   suffered from terrible pains in tlie stomach, bloating and belching with wind.  All food seemed to disagree with me.  and .as a, result of tho trouble I was'  very much run down/and at times  I  was   finable   to  do -even, light housework.      I am-sure. I tried a scon;1 of  different medicines,   but without success.' and as I am sixty years of age,  I had  come   to  believe    that  it  was  hopeless   to,expect   a cure.   'y\   friend  who' had   used    Dr.     Williams'   rink  Pills with good results,  urged nie, to  try   this  medicine,   and. my  husband  brought'home a couple of boxes.  lie-  fore   tliey were finished,   I   felt much  better; and'we then got another half  dozen  box'js. '  and     these have  completely restored my health, and 1 not  only fuel, better than 1 .have clone for  years',   but   actually   feel * younger.    I  very   cheerfully   recommend   Dr.    Williams', Pink Pills'to similar sufTerers..  If your  dealer  does  not  keep  these  pills,_they  will .by* sonty postpaid  at  50  cents   a  box,    or    six  boxes,    for  :?2.r*0 by addressing the-Dr!" Williams  Medicine Co:,"Crockviile. "Ont. .    '  BOOK AriO   HEAR J.  For many a year lis- ei-uMjci! anions  The stalls wliere r.:iti<)ue toinpn'tie plild.  And then alone v,lua,  fur a s-jii^,  Ue bought fonic prL-c, he ever smiled.  SUring,at titles, oft liis even  Slanted aloft with tracer looks.  As if ha Etooil in par->di*,e , ,    '  'Neath trees of knowledge lning *Aith iw*a&.  So long the rrflet dull of calf.  Morocco, vellum, li*  hi*< fan?;  That it is le*it!,ein r.c-.v by \vAi,  And Time's dc*p luo!in-^ ve can trace.  Volumes grew human in Ins rarr-,  While lie their form ai>-l Fuiihlance tuc-i,  Till men stood on the s-.'.clwn;,' therti ���  And in the armchair lolled a hook.  But,books and men will fray and fade  As Care's ruiie finsjrr turns the page.  Or in some surdcs-i chamber laid  They warp' and mildew into age.  The living k-iues giow sear and wan,  The back knows many cn ache and crook,  Til] into Umbo's dun-,' the man  And to' the grave is borne l'ia book.  Who'knows; yon pile of ragged leaves  May, w.hen some eiiiic finds it there,  Be gathered ,up like golden biieavcs  And trorbed in beauty past compare.  E'en so, if aught of worlli lie find  lietttcen its inai<ri:ia broad and w'-Ite"  Some.lu*.l*.enly Urolier ye* may bind  The bookman's soul in covers bjightl  , ���George S'-ibel in Critic  It's a Short Road  from a cough to consumption.  Don't neglect a cough���take  -  .       $100  REWAKD.  $100.  The readora oft his paper wnl Ins pleased to  learn that th-re i3a,tlea.-t rue dreaded di.sc.-iso .  that fccienee hus been a,lj.'o to ture in nil iti  atugw?, and that U catarrh. Hall'.*- Catarrh Cure  is the ouly positive euro known to the wrlical  fraternity. Ca'arrh beiiis ;i constitutional ��� i-  ten.se, .reijuires ��� .a con.-iituf.iomi irc'itiirnt.  Hall's Cafairh Cure h taken internally, ac-tlng  directly upou'lhe bio id mid inuc.ous surfaces of  the \VMtem, thereby (h-sti-o.vh.fj the foundation  ..rthe (li-euse, und giving iho i uLlent strength  by buildinc- up tin: roiirftitutiou and 'i^s st.npr  nature in doing its woik. The, pmprleioM have,  so.much faith. iii its curative powers tlmfc they  ofT��r Oii'i Hundred Dollars for anv ciuse Unit it-  falls to cure.   Send fur list of tostiinoiii/i.'H.  Address.      J-\ .1. rilhSEY & Co., Toledo, 0.  .Sold by Druggists, 7:>c.   '     ,  bolls Family iJil!saie the beat.  when your cold appears.- The  " ounce of ��� prevention " ' is  better than years of illness.  " Words cannot express my gratitude for the  good  Miuloh's  Consumption   Cure   has  done'  me.    I had a chronic cough'���was in a dangtr-  ,     ous conduion.    Shiloh cured the cough and  saved me from consumption."  J. E. STLfRGlS, Niagara Fills.  ShllohM Consumption Cure is sold by aU  druffpints In Canada ,md United Statpu'at  <J.jc, 50c, Sl.00 n bottle. In Great Britain  nt is. 3d., '�����<.. 3d.; ami 4. (5,1. A prlntetl  ETiiiirr.ntoi' goes wlfli p.voi-y buttle. HI you  i��ro not .iiilihliotl go to your druggist aml'ire!  yournioiioy back. .  Yr'rite for illustrated book on Consumption. Sent  witnout cost to you.    S. C. Wells <y Co., Toronto.  IIEfl DIAGNOSIS WRONG.'  "Jane; came' home today crying-and  *aid she was sure George ,no longer  loved hor with, his whole heart.*'And  i,!.ey'\e been married only two  months."  "JLanc's a goose. Anybody who  luo)>.s at George knows that; liis heart  is all right. It's his liver that's  gone back on Jane."  le-  ���". ��� '   r-\TE. ������ ���  At' tiie asylum we were inn ;h  pressed by .what we saw.  "A terrible fate, indeed! " he exclaimed.  "Less terrible, however " interposed a tall, distinguished looking ma-  nia'c, "than a fete chain petrel Oh,  by all odds!" ���',    ���  Upon inquiry we.learned that this  man had become 'mad through being  (he husband of 'one socially ambitious.  There can ba a difference of opinion on  ii,osfe aubJDocs, , but there la only one  opinion us to iho reliability of Mother  Graved" Worm Exterminator, lc 1b eafe,  sura and effectual.  '    BRUTAL.-  Critic���Yes, you'll have*your mime,  carved in marble some day.  Poet���Oh,  thank,you, sir.  Gritic���Xo tha'tks. < It wi,l be' iu n*  cemetery.1  Ad Tor Minard's and taKe no other.  m  Ari'otintod   l*or,  ."^H"--   seems   in   lip   the "matler   wl'h  him?" asked  ilm ilni-im-, -i-ipro-iHiing (he  bedside of the innn  who hij swathed  in  bnnikif.'t's' '  "Uo round ihi>_Rji*-- li*nk," explained tlie  potse.���Chif.-iKo Trilnine.  No   IntorfVreiioe.  "I hope yon'help inn nil you enn nhouf  the hntisp." snid .Mfiy. ,  "Yes, when she's Jiiif-y." answered Xnn.  "I k<-op out* of "her "wny."��� Puilndr-lphtn  Pre*?1*.  A   flor'i   Ijlnr. ,  "The  hoy  ihai   .-nys  lie  iiVes  to  po  tn  sehiKil,"   snid   u���<  t.���n,   f,.,j   [ihiln^ophiM-y  "is sim-p- tn-prow into 0 mnnMhnf  will -iiy  he !���= not afraid uf his wife."���Imliniiiipij  lis Press. c  AMm  ���\  From Iho New Vlrnt Render.  Roe thp Imd hoy.  Why.is the hoy had?  Be-causo of-a prov-erb he once read in  a book.  Wli:it did the p'rnv-ei-h say?  ft said. "The ��,)<������.' fli(- younjr."  That is why'ilie |).*y ;.s not tak-  ehin-ces.���Chienpo Post. ���  A Hopolcss CnKe. '  A cab driver had  heen driving a cab  for ' four, years 'arid"got* a   little' iuore  weary lookin1*; every day.  "I c.iii't stand it no longer," he said at  last. "I ain't a-going to have any more  women finding fault and claiming'that  they didn't have courteous treatment."  There was a woman standing at the  next coiner. .Instead of the customary  "Cab, ma'am?" he slopped his horse, dismounted from his perch, and 'going toward the curbstone, lifted his hat and inquired:  "Do you propose making use of this-vehicle today?"  "Sir!" she said in tones of astonishment. *  "Do you wish to ride in this cab? If so,  I will gladly escort you to it. I aim to  please." " '    .  1 "Why, ,1 never heard such ' impertinence," she stammered. "1 did intend"  riding in your cab, hut I shall certainly  wait for the next.' Aud you may, expect  a complaint from me.at the police station  concerning.your conduct, sir."  He remounted the seat nnd pulled his  hat down qvci- his, eyes.  "'Tain't'no use! Gee up!" was all he  said.���London Tit-Bits.  fF.lectric ooaJ- cutting machinery is  j.ilidly displacing hand work and  o:Ler varieties-ol mechanical mining  .-iprliaiicos' in* the colierics ,in ..Great  E> "tain. The coal thus mined is  e'et-ner, the ,v.Moi.e less and tlie effect/  of the machine ovn the ventilation  and temperature of the mine'- less  than  with  any*.other  mechanism.  ���   ^  CAME BY IT   HONESTLY.  The, Father���I never heard a youngster .howl like, that- boy of mine-'pon  my soul, I didn't:  The Grandfather���I never heard but  one youngster .\ieat him, John���that  was you when' you wrere'a baby.  Why, John, you'just, about bawled us  out of houae axi'd'home.        '  -        "   '  Oucumberri and melons are "forbidden  fruit" to many per ons 6o constituted that  Up least indulgence is followed by attacks  of cholera, dysentery, griping, etc. ' These  persons are not aware that they can indulge  to then- heart's content It they have on lnnd  a bottle of Dr. Kcllogg's Dysentery Cordial,  a medicine that will give imme'diuto relief,  and ia a sure cure for all tummer complaints.  The   proprietors of  Parmelee's Pills are '  constantly receiving letters similar to the'  following, which explains itself:   Mr. John  A. Beam, Waterloo', Ont., writes:   "I never  ined any medicine that can equal Parmelee's  Pills  for  Dyspepsia or Liver and   Kidney  Complaints.   Ihe relief  experienced after '  using ihem was wonderful."   As a safe family medicine Parmelee's VegetaSlePills can  bo given in all'cases, requiring a cathartic.   ' - ���  ' Are you a sufferer with corns J If yon  are get a bottle of Holloway's Corn Cure,  tt has never been, known to fail.  lUO^Aim,     FACTORY. MortreaJ  The London Daily Mail says that  the days of* Uie banjo are numbered  in England and that that instrument  will'soon be, included in the same  c-tfegory with the mouth organ and  the accordian. .The zither will-prob-  iib}y- be the /uvorite instrument during -the coming.winter.  '' MOYRE PEPPER.  Mistress���Mario, I must "ask you to  put a ---little , more, pepper , in.' your  soups. ' ',  Xow Domestic-Lor', ma'am, I don't,  b'ke pepper Jn 5-otip. ��� You'll" have to  season it yerself when .it comes , on  the table. "    "        ; ���'- ������- - *' -  *  ON THE FIRING LINE.  leep MINARFSVLI!MENT il tbfi Honst.  Oolnrod    globes    in    f lie ''..windows    of  ���hemist.s'  shops   wore   first  displayed   hy  he   Moorish   druggists   of   Arabia   and  Spain.  Snails, by ��� means of an acid which  .!)(>-., exude, contrive to bore hob:*-) iu  solid limestone.  Ladies of Canada,:  Side by side stood Canada's noble  sons with the best brawn of Ceylon  and India in the recent unpleasantness. The' slogan'was "help one another," and no one forgot the watchword., You, ladies of Canada, have  the power to wage a relentless .warfare on the impure teas that comq into j-oiir homes from China and Japan, and at the ^ same ' time assist  your brother colonists who produce  tho pure Ceylon and India teas. If  you drink- ' Japan tea, try Salada,  Monsoon or Blue Eibbon packets of  Ceylon and India' teas.���Colonist.  Extended Charity.  She was nn>at upon tlie lrijis,  Tlie Zulus and (he Turks;  For swarthy Kk-kabootlii.ins and yellow Timbult*  toothians      - ,      .  ' Incessant' were ber works.  ; And ne'er a heal lien savage . ,  Larcked peltir-oator gown; ; ���  .Her charity 'nxtended from  vvtu-ie thp.-gouth polo  .    .ended  To where the sun' went down.   '-' "  '  To faroff 'Abyssinia  She sends,her homemade frocks:  By   Afric's   sunry    fountains   or   India's   distant  'niounfains ....      * ,f. .....  They wear her knilled socks.  In the wilds of Patagonia  * '-    '  The native,; speal�� her lame  And don  the  garments sent   'em,   with   tracts to.  suppleir.i-ni  'cm.  With blessings on her name.  Her nrork is most unceasing  In cvpiy sphere and clime;  Every ?t*nn.v thafsicollected to the black man is  ,        directed1 - ;  Wirli an energy sublime.  , Rut at home in darkest-ICngland  . ' Tl.-e ei-y she never heed?;  Though her sixers die around her, no man yet h?i  ,r ever found her ,  Pa"}*'attention to their needs.  -��� 1'  ���J'ick-Me-Up.  '    L'nfulr.  "I s'pose it's all ri^'bt," aaid Mr. Cum-,  rox.    "But it diK'.**n't seem fair."  '  "What doesn't seniii fair*/1"  ,"Kor liatildn  to s-cold because 1 want,  to eat dinner in my shirt sleeves.    1 don't  make any fuss about hor party dresW-s.  anil   they   haven't  any  sleeves at  all."���  Washington Star.-      -. ,    ��  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc  EVERY rQWH  CAN HAVE A  BANS.,  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  50j Illustrations mailed free." AVrite us for any  thieff in aSTusic or Musical Instruments.  WKaley Boyce & Co., ^^fp^^L'  The world is not ruled by the so-  called rulers, but by the people who  make the rulers! "   ,  IQNARD'S LDHMERT is used Hy Physicians.  iiir any  ��� IOiox nt <lie Door.  "Thomas SeMon," says Jnsiin McCarthy, "who was for many years n member  of? the house of commons, had the reputation of being uot only one of the greatest  orators in the house, hut also one of the  wiuiost   men    in    private   con versa tion.  One day, while 1  was still loader of the  Irish-National party,  I   was particularly  anxious   to   Ket   some   information  on   a  .prosMii.c subject  before  the  house   from  Vesey Knox, who was then mem her for  the Ulster city of Perry,    f rushed from  my seat in tho debut in-,- chamber into the  central    lobby,    where    members    often  loutifre and  talk, and  looked  around  for  my  friend.    There 1  saw Sexton, and 1  went   eagerly   up    to*  him 'and   asked,  'Where c:iu I find  KnoxV    'There he is  at the door,' replied Sextou.    'Knox .naturally would be at the door.' "  .  I5ei-   lOlo'i tici; t   Look.  The ploa (if �� ni.-ni nrri'sicil for swearing at his mnili'iM* in law wus, that tin.1  ������eiimuii'iK-cil wuh ti: =n lirst."  ���'Pid she swear ut you?" asked tho  indue       t .  "No. your hi-ii'ir. hut she looked it."���  At l.-inia {'<ii;-.-!inii i"ti  . SOW TO , OTJUB H3LADA0HE.���Some  people suifer .untold' misery dav after day  with Headache". There is rest'neithefday or  night until the nerves aro all unstrung. Tha  cause is generally a disordered stomach, and  a cure can be effected by" using Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, containing Mandrake and  Dandelion,' Mr: Finley, Wark. Lvsander,  P. Q.',-writes": -I find Parmelee's" Pills a  first-class article for Bilious Headache."  Tf unable to decide whether to buy  or hire a horse, bear in mind that  o\ two evils you should choose the  least.  TAKING THE  REINS.  * <  0  \tft  1 >    i��  t  v      i  ^A  is a symptom of Kidney  Disease.     A   well-known  doctor lias snidy ".I never"--  yet macje a post-morteni ex-.  'animationina'co/eof death*  from Heart Disease with-.  out   finding   the   kidneys,  wereatfault.",ThoKidney .  medicine which was firs ton ;  tha market, most successful for Heart Disease itiid,  all Kidney" Troubles,2 'and  most Widely imitated is  Tlicl'rollt  In  I*t.  ��� A gpntleman who was visiting one of  the public schools in a Scotch towii ask  ed. a bright looking boy:    s  "What' profit is there in the study of  ancient'history?!'Y.!' yy   ������*;.     ���������-.,'���  -"About-IS pence, I suppose," was the  rcpl.v.-''-^"sf,';-       ���"'* ;1- -���   ' ���   - - --*"���" ���:--'*i   v i.  ,  ."^iht?"    :       ���      .';',   '      ������,,���'���  "Well, the teacher makes us buy the  books from him, and We have to pay .3  shillings. I ���thinks he gets", thorn' for IS  ponce apiece, so lip. has a clear profit of  IS pence, according to my calculation;"  *'���.,'. ��� Paine.  "'Opportunity comes once to every  man.'j"  "That's right. And any man is bound  to, become famous if he only lives long  enough."  "Oh, I don't quite believe that."  "Vou don't? Suppose a man lives to  be 150 years old. Wouldn't that make  him famous?"���Philadelphia Record.  Caid, 2:071X>* luis an Austrian two mils  record of-1:27 3-10.  Monterey won the 'western stallion  stake which wa.s trotted a fctv weeks ago  and went one heat in 2:12.  Mascoline, a trotter by Online, 2:0-1,  pacing, is reported to have beaten 2:20 in  a race without .winning a heat.  The t.wo attempts of Cresceus at Terro  Haute to heat his own niark of 2:04.,.re-'  suited La miles in 2:05V'i, and*2:0t]/t.'  Allerton this season lias 10' new performers to his credit, while 11 .previously  hi the list havoYreduced their records.  Cresceus. 2:04, recently, trotted .n.-mile  over the Toledo. Iialf- mile track' in 2:0!>'}i,'  trotting the second quarter in 30% seconds, y. - -;  When Mydia Wilkes reduced her recY  ord; to-.'2-.6j}^'-at Torre .Haute recently, it  made the -seventh 2:10 '-performer ��� for  Baron Wilkes. ��� ��� . ��� .  . Creosote, chestnut gelding, driven by  Ila.yden. has.been winning al! his races  in Kew Englauilrecontly and has' taki*p  a record of.2:2214- s  Free Bond, .2:0414. has boon styled (he  fastest Canada bred pacer, but was really bred in Icwa and takeu to Canada b��-  fore he was a year old.  Cresceus'  wonderful   victories   in   lf)00;  have so stiniulntcd the horse loving public of Toledo that it has been decided to  build n mile track thero next si". ���>�����  A Jniutilcnii Experience.  For some years .U'ter my marriap"i I  lived at Old Harbor, a small place  about 20 miles from Kingston." Ono  day when a visit to my Kingston dressmaker was a necessity I ordered a  young negro boy to get upon the rumble, and drive irn, co the town.  I paid iny visit to the dressmaker,  und, receiving my frock, a light summer thing, from her, 1 placed it In the  box beneath tho buggy seat and drove  on to my sister's, where 1 wont in to  escape (ho hented part of the day, giving my boy sixpence and bidding him  ���see the sights and return at 4 o'clock.  He turned up punctually, with the  ���,'i'in still on his face, and In due time  we reached Old Harbor once more.  ..When I went to take out my crispy  muslin, I found, to my consternation, it  was;.a wet, sloppy mass. '��� No' rain had  fallen, and even then��� ''  [turned to the boy: "Solomon! what  nil the world does this mean? How"���  'tiit the look ; of. utter helpless am axemen ton his face stopped nie,   ,  J'Lor', missus, It am queer, but not so  queer ns what done happen to me. Me  '.'.ought a quattig (P/j d.) \vort' of dat  pretty t'ing-.'cloy calls 'ice' to bring  home an show ���tun sister, an I put him  in ,dar wid your dress to keep him safe,  nn now him gone for true, an liow him  wt out 1 dunno wid you Bittin on him  all de time!"���Harper's Magazine.  UNLIMITED.  "Bliffkips seems.to be a pretty sc'f-  confident sort of fellow."  "Self-confident ! AVhy, he's got  more confidence in himself than T >t  woman'has in her family physi :ian.'"  CAN RECOMMEND IT.���Mr. Enos Born-  berry, Tnscarora, writes: "I am pleased to  sny tha* -D��* Tuomas" JEci-ectbic Oil is all  that you claim it to bo, as we have been  using it for years, both internally and externally, and have always received benefit from  its use. It is our family medicine, and I take  great pleasure in recommending it."   L a o  MODERN.  "I would be your devoted servant  forever," he-pleaded.  "That sounds so old-fashioned!"  laughed she.  "Well, your devoted help, then ! "  exclaimed the youth.  02SZ"5TID 01ST O :R_  (Trade Mark Kegtstered November 24,1890.)  Dr. Sanphe agrees to take Instruments  baoi  !��?*�� price if parties ntlng them are not bert-  anttea after usinjj for five weeks.  .F. Free, Winnipeg, Bays:, I have used "Oxyd-  onor for two weeks for Brunchitls and Catarrh, of the Head, and I feel   lie a new man.  Mrs. f. L. Cook, Winnlpeij, says:   I had suf- ���  rered untold agonies from Bright^ Disease, and  U relieved ine ot Pain, and hi six wceka I -vra*  oured.  JIr- ^f' Q- ElUvorthv, Winnipeg, says: I have  stiffs ed for <H yearn with articular rheamatismi  wm-> In hospital for 6 weeks, aud used almost  every remedy-, including mesmerism galvanism, electric belt, etc 1 have used Oxydonor  10 days and 1 eceived more benefit than from Ot  nythi.'ig else.,       ' Y  grlppe.  w^^n e^r,3.'svan*ed.ln wry district. Addres��  \r.m T-'Gibbina, Gram Exchange, Winnipeg.  Send for Booklets of grateful reports.  r"     To' Loan on improved' farms at cur-  ?      rent rates.   "Write to  1    NAUES, KOIUSSON  & BLACK,  ^. WINiHPfiO,  MAS.  '^������^���������^������'^������^������^���"���-f-'l'-f.B-f-^Mf^^.'  Ornaments, Educational Works'  " ail orders re-  oelveprompt attention. D,fcI.SalllBr&CO.lI011treal  ' This1 is the best value in a1  Lady s D i a m o n d R i n e  ever offered for $50.00.  The stones in these rings are  .        personally selected by tis f rom  the cutters in  Amsterdam,  and are absolutely perfect.  ��ou will find this and  hundreds. of other styles  illustrated in our new catalogue, la copy of. which  will be sent you 'free.'-".  iiAj  r&i?��i"'  Manufat-ttirt-a by TIIOS. LJiH, "Winnipeg.  DIAMOND. HALL, "Established 1854.  Hens are the most cheerful of fowls  jet they brood a good deal.  Every , time e. small boy gets a  whiff of the odor arising from the  kitchen he pro weeds to get hungry,,  Yonge and Adeia'ide-Sts.,  Ti *liir�� ff n ct,.��imm^t��cti i.,f ,���,,  A   Sl&l'ElL  BY  G\VBSDOLEH  OVBRTOH.  The .taps HI ust G����.  The Chronicle of Spokane is  authority for the stutement tliaL*'Jim"  Hill  ��f the   Great   Northern    railway    has   ���iven orders thai all J.ipinerfe emj,l.n*-! iled sLsters.   These sisters'always come  out- to visit them, and- the rest goes by it**  .self,  BEafiOfe*  SaBB.1BBE*E3aSBU  Mataamattttaaksugai  Army wives generally have xuunar*-  ALASKAN CANNIBALS.  r-il on bis railway muni g<��   nn   r.i]ii-.(i\  i- i white men can ^e not to  i-��k��-   ill ir  ** bices.    The Jjipum-.xe   are   ** tupln\vd.  ' ,- o it in   paid,   through    a   contracting  ,~Irni of Japanes-e ,-.t .Seatsis   at  a  rate  foi one dollar ,n   day,   the   firm   paying  ''he men ninety cents   on    the   dollar  /rhe firm  also  supplies   the  Japanese  laborer/5 with nli   their    food   supplies,  .which the   railway   carried   fiew,    The  Japanese linvv worked tlieir way to ,St.  ���Paul, where a gang   was   put,  to   work  ,''ne day cleaning up Mr. Hill's private  car.    They made a m<-ssof it, putting  ice in the stove instead of in the water  .tanks.    This displeased Mr. Hill,   and  ���the order Jor the "Japs to go"   was   the  ypns'-quence.���Tribune.  !V  Am  ^  i *,  ti  >-{r  '���(  ���  Died ns Dream S��id.  The   Ridgetowu   Dominion   record1*  that a young  man   named   Jenner of  ; Raleigh   Township   for. two   different'  -nights dreamed ol falling off a loud   of  hay, telling his wife-of   the  great   im*  < predion it made on his mind, su   (hat,  tyben a neighbor wanted him to deliver  some hay he very reluctumly put on a  .loud for him.    Before leaving ImnriB he  carefully pjcamiued   the   build   of   the  load and had hit*   wife   do   (lie   SAine.  Kiting- her Rood bye, lie got on again,  though ishc inked him fo walk if ho felr  ho nervous.   The roads being rough lie  6topped n. passer-by and had Mini   see  ihat all wus right.    Being reassured of  ltp safely, he started op. again, h(ft had  -hot gf.nr far  he fore   the   lo.id    iipaei/  ���iind in jumping 'iff the   opposite   way  [o iip fall, iie struck  Head   flr*H,   it   is  .hippos"d, on   the   axle   of    the   front,  -.vbcel and'de^er  fvgniifed   consciousness. _ .    .. .  Assessment -Svorit Contracts Taken*  Parties wishing to have assessment  ���work done on clamta iii the vicinity, of  Moyie, will'do well to'ccmsu'lt di wrile  the iindufSigntci for -terms: Work  left in my Care will be promptly at  tended to/  guaranteed  arid    feat ij-'fad lion    will   be  {?. A. SCOTT.  Cat No ice.  "You don t cut auy ice with me," re-  .marked the hatchpt aa it new off  tbe  j ,  '  nandlo,���Philadelphia Record.  Mrs. Lorrilard had an unmarried sis-  t ler. She wan very attractive. She was  : {-at more attraetiye'than Mrs. Lorrilard  I ever could have been. The girl's name  i was Spencer���May Spencer. She was  IS years old, if you took her word for  it; and she was bloiid and pick and  white and plump. She caine from  sonic place in Ohio, and she visited the  r.orrilards at Stanton���which is in New  Mexico, 10-0 (,miles from the railroad,  across Dead Man's Valley (there is always a Dead Man's valley) and some  steep hills and a lava bed a mile wide,  li you have never, seen a lava bed, yau  cannot appreciate thai You might try  to imagine the. ocean Ia��h*d into fury  by a simoon, then fancy its great waves  and billows and sweJLs changed suddenly to dark g^-ay-brown ston.e at the  height of the storm, and you may form  i vague ideaoftvhdt therlava bed be-  tvoeu Port Stanton and the railroad is  like.      <v  Tt frightened Miss Spencer badly.  The ambulance went slipping-, and sliding, and coasting, and thumping, and  bounding over the ono passable part,  in a way that only an ambulance conducted by a driver who has spent his life  on Arizona and New Mexico roads could  possibly stand- It put"all the laws of  centripetal ,for���� end of equilibrium at  naaiglit, It and tke,four, mules were  laws unto themselves.  Miss Spencer was not aocustomed to  ihflt&ort of things ��� She stood it as long  as ehe 'could, and then she told Maj.  Hoche-���in vrhae**. oharg-e she was t ravel-  ln��*-~tlmt'shenicantto get out and walk.  She had bothered the xfcajor" a good deal  ilrcady. and he was getting, tired, so  he did not say anything;, but .simply  ioldtiie driver to! "sIotf up" and let Miss  Spencer get out fay herself.  ,She fell behind after a friomeni, and  the ambulance -(vent   relentlessly   on,  creaking, flapping its' canvas, clanking  its chains, its brake screeching shrilly.  Hildas it disappeared, sometimes lost tn  sight in a great hollow*, fioarietirdds tui.-  ing iip a smooth face of lava, Miss Spen-  f-er felt, herself 'atendp'jiVd, indfe'ed, in  a Nfe'w Mexico deserttiiid��i that terrible  midsummer suij.J   Thereat was fici-y.  scorijhing, parcKirtg.   M�� *ky wa* like  hot blue gla'sayShe   wondered   why,  when ihe lava Tya's hoi enough to burn  GoM Seekers   Win  See Them En  Route to the Klondike.  QneerAborlfflnfrsWIioBe Customs and  Habits     Are     Bo��ed     Upon  B��llefa In the Snpez^  natural.  KATES  ffi^*JtJA^&J&&C *SZ&MX$C&2$^%2$2^m  NEW STORE  NEW  STORE.  A. Deep ATystety.  v It is a mystery why .Women endure'.  Backache, Headache, Nervousness,  Bleeplebaneae, Melancholy," -Fainiing5^  and dizjjy spells when thousands have  proved that Electric,Bitters will quickly cure puch troubles. "I suffered. Jor  years with^kidney trouble,'!, ivfitt-8 Mrs.  Phebe Oherley; of Peteftson, la., "nnd  a lame back pained nife so I could not  ���t^ress niyself; but Electric Bitters  wholly cured The, and although 73  yearn old,- I now am able to do alf my  housework." Itovercomes Cou.��tipn-  tion, improves a|ipdtite; gives perfect  health. Only 5&j at P. 1). Hope'e  drug store'  Halcyon Hut S^iHnge.''  ,  The most, tnri'ifds/^^hpaUh resort.on  the continent c[f J*7or/|i ^m^tfea.  .Bit  iiated    midt.fr   6oehef^ . 6'fifiCalled   for  eranduer.     THE   HALCTUif . HO r  SPRINGS   Sanitarium, Halcyon   Hot  gjiri iigs, Arrow Lake, B.   C.   - H��5Ideiu  - gbysrchio and nurse,    Bont-iug ficibins'  'fimd   excursions..     Telegr.iphic    Cusn-  tnunication    with   all   parts   of     the  world.    Two mails arrive, and   depurl  daily.    I\>rnis, $15  to   $18   per   wfcek  according    to   residence   iu   lmtel   oi  -Y.illas.    Its baths cure all   nerfrou.-* aiid  mueculftr diseases.    Its waters, heal &W  kidney,   liver   and   stomach .troubles.  Theliathf and;waters   are   an   in'valu  ble remedy for silvur und   h-ud puir-on  lyotn for ?iil>'.    "Monoy t>> Li.ui:.  i,<>'-- hit -h1<   in ;.ll    [i.'sria   of    I'-wn,  Money to loan.    Agent for Karn   and  Willi-uns pinnos.     Iiare other   Fpi-cml  bargain***.     Be/On. invp^iintr j.f.(*  -^ . *3  Bi.x 17. I)  j   iy,���--r  50   YEARd':  EXPERIENCE  ,Tr?ADE Marks  -. Designs  ' y .  ...- CoPVfUGHTS &C. .  Anyone sotidiP.ff a skeich nflc! dfscrlptlon maf  (lulckly 'isceriiiii* our opinion free whether an  liiventloii w prfflmisty pntentsble. .Communion-,  tioneHlrictly r-ofifldentinl. Hiindbookon Patents  Edit free  Ota-oat Bt?on��y. for-*��*cnriuft patents��� "  Patents tiiKea tbroi<i?h'' JSunn & Co. rooelrii  ipeclal nvtlce, Mthout <*hni;i��o. Iii tha ' "  'lie. Jifaeffeati -  AhmK.goTneJyJJlnstr'i.Iecl -v.-nejilr. I/nnrest-cir.,  onlation ot nn j-���BGlentifi'c: JjiurnoK Terms.- ?-3 a  year   four months, SI.  Sold h,yhl].newsc!ealerB,  MM & Cd.36,'��'^"^.HBW YorR  .   Si&tcUOmiXH626 F BU, Wfeflhlnftoo,!). C.  hei:.feet through the wle'sol her shoes,  .<��� did iibt melt or gfow soft:   She kept  on * walking because. ��he ^vat; afraid to  step;    Twice sHe-cSlipped and fell arid  ctjt lier hands'.  ., Under   the   poroiis.  pilQdrup rock,' .rabbifa and  owls  aud  riuail.^re.hidden; tliore vpere snakea,  roo,,&nd lizarde;   ,Ai. .first, &he   ye*  irlg-htened when.tlief leurried by h*r,  btii ^ooti, ivitli xier h'e&a rihging and  her ey?s dazed .^it�� ofagvteA   bi$&  ���d her tntirhtkopih AM as dry is&oxn,  phe ii id not evea fidticti jhem.  _ Sbe reached tJie end of the huge' rdcic  i-iver tit last, arid fohhd ihe ambulance  waiting. ����� The drjver ivas asleep,' arid'  '.ne roajor vras, drinkliig' beetr(   He" offered hor so rue, and ttfc&fc &be had driiiik  i t ��be held out he^ bfogd little foot.-     '  "My shoei; .are.dl.eiii to pi���d66( Slid  they, were netv find awfully heftty,"  "You shotild hav<s kept still," he answered.  Now, Miss Ppfencer" tt&hted ��vMp6,thy,  a n d when she didn't get it she took a dia-  liketo the major; find becati&e ehe disliked him, she eventually made him  edrry,  For the fl At fdrtnigEt of her visit ate  \ra��  not pre-tty.    She was sunburn-ed  from heo* passage of the lava sea.' Her  face IVtLs Tetl and swolio'ri, then blotchy,  and   lastly peely;    After that she returned to the normal pink and white  She was the only girLaVthe post, and  there was a bachelor, a brevet, bachelor,  z. young contract surgeon, arid Maj.  Roche's.son.   .Tho bachelor officer was  >tiididiie���the kind thai ha^e much faith  anu   Ihi.nk   thai, ,tli6-.great  fathers in  JVeshu-gtoii >*/.ll .rey^fd, lifi'ritefehts  *--ho pass high e'iamis. siad have' ideas' on  'iteresting study and one which to be  successful requires    te-ihoiical   knowl-  2dg:e.'   In the large vineyards, as a mile,  the owner himself givee personal supervision to every detail;    sometimes    a  manager or overseer   performs   the��*e  luties.   One of, .the laTges-t growers in  ;his section tolls me that the most suc-  iessfui   grower is the^ foreigner    who  vvitli his family of eight or ten comes  and leases or buys 25 or 50 acres ol  land, eacli member of the family having  ais or her part in the work ho perform  from spring until picking time, while  tlie winter is devoted to the making of  the baskets.   Thtis no outside expehdi-  :ure is incurred and whtn the grapes are  jold the proceeds return to the fainily  is the profit on the individual labor of  I Dach mora ber*���quite in contrast with  J (he large owner, who.Is compelled to  j hire help to do cafchlittle thing,'in nddi-  { tion to buying his baskets; ���;  i     The Concord gatrpe is the only variety  i Df any conse-que'rioe rs��i6ed hi this re-  j jion, and some idea of the magnitude  ] Df (he business carried'on may be had  j when  it is known that the shipments  | this year from Chautauqua county alone  ! amounted to 3,500 carloads, 3,000 bas-  j kets of ten pounds each in each   car.  rbe*ce are taken' fro-m the. grower by-  Miir.e one of the numerous growers' as-  -cilations, v.-hose-biisiiiees it is to find  ,rket.    Strange as it may seem it is  Along the coast of oouthero Alaska  dwell some very queer aborigines, as  gold seekers fi.cickjng' to the Klondike  region will surely discover.    They do  the most of the freighting across the  passes into the interior, carrying loads  on their backs, but their population during many centuries has been so shut  away  from  other tribes  by  gigantic  ranges  of , aaOw  clad mountains that  they have developed a peculiar culture  and customs unknown anywhere else.  Hence the exceptional value of a monograph  about them prepared   by   Dr.  Franz Boaz, a distinguished ethologist,  which is to be published shortly by the  National museum.,  These  natives may be aaid to live  largely in a world of imagination, inasmuch as their customs arid habits of  living are based to a great extent upon  ideas and beliefs wholly .supernatural.  Creation, from their point of -view, is  peopled by strang-e monsters ��� and demons, which, whKe morally hostile to  man, ruay be rendered friendly and even  helpful  with the aid of certain ceremonials of a quasi religious character.  For example the most important of  these monsters is a serpent wliich has  a head at each end of its body and a  human head iii the middle.   To touch  , this strange monster these natives believe is death, all the joints of the victim becoming dislocated, but specially  favored individuals are enabled to perform  wonderful  feate by  wearing a  belt of its skid, -^vhlle Its eyes, used as  sling stoned, will kill any animal, evfen  whalesi   Another of these fabulous beings is a wild woman who lives in the  woods.   She h&h enorihbus breast*; and  carries a basket, into which she. puts  children 'whom she steals for the purpose of eating;  One of the most ranarkaUe of the  sort of dinner to which && Was accustomed might b�� apt to disagree with  him very seriously, ha took to dining  upori eggis-, ahd lie ccfeked the' eggs  him&elf. The.fig&tit tffight te a frugal  one; but he Ccftfla,' Ei any rate,- console  himself with tffo' inflection tihfit, .It  couldn't' be' toijft.Y Th��b tyrant,' if he  read thescientii|)C;j'OT!liT5tijils, would know  better to-day;. ipki; Sveh" if his h&ns  perfoirmeci theii, q:m��& in ^h'is presence;  jvotildsr.be careful ,,fo,^va?6li the, new-  laid .egg before W$ cpoked it;  For now^       idays w,e have ffiyceliripi. and the fatal     ^-7^  .sporfe.  Wheh,;hut yesterday, a hundred       ?f��gs", were "seti'^itb .experienced. hftti?  to sit upon th'ero, who' rievef neglected  KATES  YOUR OPPORTUNITY  A complete line  of Hockey and  Club skates. Also Hockey sticks  now in stock.  LADIES  Tinsmitbing and   plumbing in   connection.  To select goods from the largest and best equipped store mi  East Kootenay is at Gilpins.  Don^ fail to call if you want  goods at correct prices.  f - /  ' , ���  If you want a boot to wear we  have them in E. P. Reed's celebrated boot for fit and finish  cannot be excelled..  .    .     .  moyib's leading hotel.  Hotel  MONTHLY ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.'  >  ,��  Yours for value.  ��� ��� STORES AT CRANUKOOK  AND  MOYIB.  ' 'the beet of aocommodatioDh  for the traveling public.  McMahoh Bros., ��rdpg.  BREWE  Joseph KKiDEKSTABT, prop.  Lager befef ebid  hy the  Keg of- iloten  bottles.  lottled Me$  in Stock.. * i  Change of Business  * ' ' (  ~ Oiving to a contemplated change ih btfsineds 1  wlii Beit ihi  balnnce of my*Meti's Sui��s, Pant*- Tweed  and Fancy Vests  t etc., at grefttlv rteduced pttces. '  \   ���'      1 ���  3Iy groceries dreffesh arid good, anJ will be dldsrid   oUfc,  ��� feit'a great reduction also. ' ., '     , ....  ��� , ,' *,*���'     fhiaoppdl-tunlty-rfbn't larft idrig:   Move quickly and1  take adVaiitage of lt.��� v, ��� *  ,���>  The Susf Sidve at the Busy Oox^heri ���'. "c  bdiLvifii bproferfB pdii'dFElbfe.  t. jb;ma1a^��;  ^linifhii  OdtsWe Ordefs' Given StrictAttehtion  thedr dtity.f or a-inomen,t, the result was  i bare tlfeore o{ chicics.'  'On each tin-  fruitful .eg-g Vvaa presently ,re��oarked  jusi tife kind of Bpcntidge-Which has hith-  p.rto' been held by connoisseurs.to' be  the surest outw^axdi and .risible sign c$  the n��anaes* of an. egg's laying.   Science,- however, decided (hat tie smudge;  cneaht inyceiiiidi,- iha�� the spore had  penetrated the .eggshell, and had slait  th�� fchi'^k ^vitkihi   Ahd scienoe pfov^  Its assfefrtiOn by <xiuiar ei-id^nce.   Pxtt-  ttltlr. it showed that th6te was myceii-i  dm in the straw of the nests, that hhe  airaw had got e(liHle.daihp, &hd that  the hen had failed to'baitoh th�� ^gg  because she had hatched the. spore.  But  the spore' will hatoh; just &s well in the,  ordinary temperature, oi a fflom, and,  once entiTe, does wejl within the human:    Hence the ablutiouafy process  In the case of smudged eggs of the most  undoubted, freshness is strongly reoora-  tnended.���i*ali ifall Gazette.  . Ba^lal Rales In England.  In. IBngland no physician' may -ieg&lly  give a cfertificaw of th& cau^e bf death  Unless.he bas prescribed for the person  a t least 48 hours befefrej death. Without  Fuch certifi.cat6 ��0 tinaeTtake'r is permitted lo bury ihe bodyj -^- Chicaco  Tribune.  S. J. WHITG0MB   --.  House    painter]    grain er,  glazier    and    paperhanger.  All work on perfect x eur-  -    face'jepranleed.    Prices  ac  cording t to Quality and  ���'   stb'cK required     .,  x.''��.  0.,, W*9  WILUEY LODaE NO. 44.   -  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojodrhlh'g  Odd Fellovvs cordially in'vlteci. .  W. h. feEID.^. G.   "*(      ^  .H. li. nuittAsTRR, TREAB.  J-'!    ' "      i'.    '-. I.     -.  FBAMK DANSV, 3*..   8,  J. li'. t'lNDSAY,' T.'B.  Moyie, B. O^  OHAS,  P. CAMPBELL,  Funerkl Director  and  Embalmer.  Qrnduate of Champion College of the  UDiied Statee. Upholsterihg, and general furniture repuiriug. Office and  .-tore; Aiken's blufcE, nfear Canadian  B.ihk of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrookj B. C.  Mo>ie   Miners'   litiion  Meets in McGregor hall'every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning merribera are  cordially invited to attendi  H. H. Dhiobit , P. T. S^iyth,  President.     ' Secretary.  $$Mi  Meats khd Poultry  For tfie Hbiid&ys;  Wo hie better prepared thau OYflr to  serve the people of ^diitH J��-Bst Kodte^  nay in our line,' '  STAR OUkiOMkWs  JOKES.  1 ir.;  i'f- er'lielcss trueith.a'ti <tbree-foiirths of  'toi  go  to poinrte-'��rei6t.,o-f . Ghicago,-  v. iiile the other on���-$6i>i'rth. traveJs east-  .v-'rcT.'   : - of f ..ibjvc'r.   * .-  The rna'lring r^haGJBai'-a. is an itnpor-  f-irn; item. Mkfttfvfa-cft-ori'es are- em:-:  doynd' The pr^ rg-iiges fropi two to'  two an'J a* half. cfrnts $&��� basket; thns  she grower who &g&S# Aad his business  in-, any way yro^oi^must in addition  >o tha cost of the'"Saelcsi realize at least  ATooTruatfnl bank ler S'early "Wrecka  a   iicata.u.vaiit4rJ  One of the attractions of a certain  Chestnut street, cafe is a heautiftl  Angora cat, which"i'��j genearelly very  mild-mannered and'ladylike; says tbe  Philadelphia ReoorcL ( The oat passes  most of her time sitthng upon the cashier's desk. ^ShS-Woe pbfiiftg there crqe  day recently when the &tar customer  went up to the d/aak to pay for his rioon-  dtay meal. -        '��� ������ ���  ''Did you ever' tickle & cat's nose with  a toothpick?" the* patixm asked of the  cashier. "It has ati ajwfully fiiifhy effect on the anitoal:' Jvfaies it sleepy."  He had a tootlIf>ick in-his hniid', and,  offering It td tbe fcafl'h'iier, said: "Take  thid ai\d tickle the.fcat.th'ere' with it,"  The cashier too"k theiiittle! splinter Of  wood and passed the'��nd of it over the  nosfe of tlie djowsy-Angora.' 'the next  instant puris emitted a scream. 'Of  anguish and leaped many feet into the  air. With tail erect *ah!e'clambered up  the wall, jumped.-ov-er.-the bar,' overturned a n umber =of glasses and bottles  and finally' disappeared*through;ai oj>eii  trai^ into the cellftr.i wBcre for five rriin-  utis she seemed to'be having a fit. The  cashier was pallid- ii.^ith -fea-r.-,. He  couldn't imugiftfe*.xvhiai-'-hiul happened  and thd etaa-.customefc Sad suddenly disappeared, Af tee? awh&ecthe cashier; examined- the toothpick 'and foaud- that  the end -w liich bftd ticitjod tbe cat's no��F  '  '������'*������������'  '���nerously daubed with I"  CANADIAN PACIFIC  aiid Boo Line.  A Pointer  For Your Eastern Trip,  isv.to See that  Your ticket Reads via  CANADIAN     PAGXFIO  First^Claas   Sleepere   on   All   Trains  ���        J~    "���   Al'lllllll ���-WJM^W^.llJ   Moyie Board of Trade  i.   '���        .   ��� . .  Meetu ih  the Moyie school  house on the first Wednesday  n evening, of each month at  8 o'clock flh&rp.  ?��  J. P. Fakreili;. Pres.    ..  AbF. Macdok-al^    Lewis .ThoSiso^,  Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  Sti Eugene International,  BARBEJR SBtOP ��$T>  .  BATH ROOMS.  . ; W; i STONEi Prop-  St. Eugene Mine, Mo$ ie' B. 0  The belt   or  9C��ata,   Tarkoya,   GhldUowt  ,I>ti��k8: f I��h and Ojrite'ri,  *       .       '        -1 *- *    *     n  See ifie annual display; -  8 HOPS   AT  ' ���"* .       r-  b  Mo|ie:    tt J    Fort Steele  OranbrSak fernie Wardner  from   Kevelstoke  and  Kootenay Ldg.  TQUBISX   6ABS;  Paso Dunmore Jet daily for St.  Pa ill, Saturdays- for Montreal and  Boston; Moudaya and tfliursdays for  Toronto. ..Same cara pass Kevestoke  one duy earlier.  TRAINS   DEPART.  8:51   for   KubIo,   Nelson,     Kouslahd,  blocun   and     boundary   . points,  ���JomnB-Sthtbon Qa*  J; J. MURPHY   & dS.'S  STORE, MOYIE, 1},. 0. .  Kevelstoke,' Main Line and Pacific  Coa8t.  DRY GOOD'S, BOOTS 4ND  SHOES. LADIEQ . AND  GENTS'     -FURNISHINGS.  Call arid ih'eper.t our clothing.  The most up to dato  otock in  town.  JoilS liiAiiiiinKl ri:.L��L ba,  k:  ��:  4'.  "���\i  a  Oflice ark! Residenco  CRANBROOK.  i> i - - i  Pnotography  15:09 .for Moose Jaw    Tendon/ Win-  __    nipeg;etc. and nil Eastern   points  coiifriH-ting at M}icl<*o<) f<*r C;ilg.i*-v.  "Edniwiitotj, etc.  I*ok Sale.-^-A sis room  ���ot. in L k'e Shorn addifion.  ticulare apply at this office.  house and  For   par-  Apply for Rates, Maps, TlnJe^ards, Tfckets and  Full Inform fetlon to' Hcorest Locil'  Ageiit(     ;  fi. J. CO'YLE,  A. O. Pi A:, Vincoref  6. HilHer, Afjeht, Moyie; J  Chrifitmaa :ifl doming. Get  your pictures taken -to- eond  home. PREST, the photographer, will'visit J^Ioyie on  each Saturday. Flashlight  pictures taken at the Moyio  or at your room or house.  Leave.-your orders dt once,  llo time to delay."  *'-���',    *   c    **-      -" :  Prest & Go.}  Photographers,  CiMh'ij.-rbok,    Moyie,     Fort Seole  Win Visit Moyie on  TueeiJay and Wednesday.  prices dUvetk  and   Orders  Taken oh  Everything \  in ttid Printing  Line at the  fM��s\i}  iff  S'SSSS  &n  <ftm  ��PSsSS  i  -b'Mef-  r * fjj�� Or.  ��* \A-m


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