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The Moyie Leader Jan 17, 1903

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 '0  .'.*.':  A  - /  0.  t.'-1 it Jt  ii'   "  -1  -f  " ^      '������!      ���'} t *-*1 '    ������'!  SI   '  \ 'V'    i,  i'��.  V*y  '', f,fYT7T^  r\     7 a f  I- >  ? ? 1  At"- tsr' y  .   -J Jik tl.   t.      lit   l-'UA'n  %% A YEAM  -���uAAi'-'-'A^;^^^  -" -��. ;V  ���Mr-  11# ���  .*.  *5 .  "-.Viy  f  h'"*1 ' "'J r  iAi/,r:y^<isy^iyj'yv  [fj3 ,.**=��, ,-���--=-> -T*/13.*  f|-       v. ff v .;' y  * A:,  '-4-V  And don't put skates  dn Door sft&es*  ty  'Oil  want to enjoy 'seating  coxae ancf. look over ,our  ���shoers first. Ws 'are  giving &ig\ reductions  in order to get oar jstpeir.  down before" stocktaking. ��� For the nest two  weeks we will give one  third oiS' tfce usual price  for cask. .,.'  A big consignment of  Gents' '^arnisliing-s 0ar-  rived "this week. Our  stock in this lino is now  new and Complete,   ���  ���M i  m ,  /i\ i  :y  ��**i\%  "#  ^^  , -r, r.c ;/���   -���; - ���*    rv,>-  i ���;;.<���   *V r;��i    p!  ��� &> r ������->, 'i d -f  f  '.(*b;��tiu"  SocS;  i fa S"-= j* 3 j"  '^ If  jf8 , 'I     Amoulin-jc   v, u   hrdd    in   tbo   OJ-i ; ^'f & f K M J  J I' ono.".V l*,ul: la -t.-.to^dcj' evo.'iziig, r.nd ( -,  h   B   *���   kT�� !�� f ��52��'.; '<k" hl1-'���-���' *'^3ik disci-.s-'-nn it v,r,is tlcciduct to  f' a !j    **s. p      It   E p 5 5f   ���  v*    i  LL2.,tl h-^'Jv;!'-'^    n   ��!e!utinS    soak-ty.     Th-"-  i ni-3: :in  ,!1  Sold m the'Province  01  POQD  in  v.-as p.   very  cnthueiap.ticj  or.e  u ;:u :o.i>. an active  it'fer'jst  in   ti|o  mo-,eiKuilt.      The   follov,ini;   ' officer���>  wc-ro elected:    A. E. ^larphall.   pre*;1-1  , * j  dCiit;  A.   P.   Tilacilonald,   Vicc-i.je-.i"-j  dt:ti; It. A. Smith, sccretiiry-trotMUirc., j  The.-e v,'<is al?o a program   coini;i:ttci.  clocLed consisting of T.   A. Jiroadfoot ,  Clittj. Farrell and F. J. Srjytli.     ^       !  Items  of Interest  58-  I9C  METAL   MARKET.  New   YoitK���Bar silver, 47| cents.  Lead, f,U.12.W   Copper, ��11.30.. Zinc  (sped tor) $ J .70. "     *  '  "'  Lo.vio.v���Load, ��l.(l, 6a. #J.  t  EAST 2J00TENAY  STGCE.  Askud."        Bid  Crop's Nest Cod $125.00 $110.00  St.  Iir.rf.h S'tar   Sullivan   Can. Gold Fields..  hRi:atu  Hond,y   evrning,  Jaiiivuy' PlWJli   ilUUld   lliii   F/l'ilL'li.  27  12  3-3-  21  30^-  4.'  LOCAL  WEWS.  l^Mi, st 3 :;>0 o'clock.    The fiub^ect hc- ;  ^l iDean won in Eossland, Scho-:  i]eld iu Trail? Arolier ia  Kaslc,  McOa-ndless  In Victoria  lu;A.l i-5-  ' l mi I  s5  a I  flilli PLL  ���j��afci��H������.��rrw  H  ^ -w tl  ^5-y -^=>.- *=^.' ,i=^"v -i**  /������l^,,  UK  r, ��� P.  . Paid Up " Capital   $8,000,000.  Reserve, .    -     "      '8,500,000.;  Deposits llcccivcd.    FreBeii I Eafc/i of Iuterest,3 per cent.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. F. G. MftLPftS, HIGH.  ���s.Vi'-V,"'  A ,*" v, ���*.  **v-  <.f��M-3*��. *LaWJA-1l.��ll ��1  ����� =ar wxtc*r* j �����=*?  Jul SC&&  ^ ^^ z.^7,v^A*^^A ^S-7^-z^r2^S-v-:^/-jS-^A /$r _;.�� ^.v, v;.  lanada.  ' 4l  ��?���  CAriTAL, (Authorized) '. .-1?-!,000,000  CAPITAL, (Paid  Vi>) $2.S6S,932 '  BEST $2/138,595  &'..  ;;MbSAD. OFFICE, TORONTO,   ONTARIO.  JK   *TiR MERltlTT.Pres.    J). U. WrLKIE, Vjce-Prcp and   Gcu. M.��n.  ��..\ -E^HAY. Assistant Gen. jTano^T.    V/. MOFFAT, Chid Inswctnr.  ���   ���   tie���....      ( ^*     ��� x-i    TV   -v   r   _��   >i    r- ii    n   ���.- t& w    m   bi  a-*    i-����     it   u    n    i   j.   k.  iites trtincictecl  iAT'1 \ ^TTp^-rtniTT'   T?fj? A 1\Tr!T."    -'- concrr.l banking busi-  -"  SAVINGS 1)EAL\TMENT���In,.cre***t tilluwcd on deposits.  -'-Drafts c-uld, p.vniicble hi :n\  p.ins   or   (~  ���$ ."/Europe.    Special atto)itioa jpvco to coik-'tious.  u"1' * "   ' '   ' '      C      H!      ?**"/! C* \?  ^���;  Y.inada,   United   States  :*.r.d  1-3  ���5  : i  LClm  Nelron, Jan. 10.���Dr. \V. 0. Eoee  was oieotsd mayor o[ Xeldon yesterday  by a rntijoriLy of 1.79 o/er,liia opponent, W. \7. Beer. '.  ��� Tto&elund, Jan. 15.���The municipal  'olections'here today resulted in Ihe  election of ez-AldGnnan John Dt.ftii  as mayo^-, J. S. Clute, who ran for a  second term, was defeated by 30 majority- Tho campaign vvasfbiighfc out  largely on tho gambling queedon, and  mayor, elect Dean stands plo'dgcd to  wipe oat professional gambling, '���  Trail, Jan. 15.���At today'ti election  Jamc3 TIargrave Schofield, C. P.. E,  agent, was elected mjyor by a majority of 57- votes. One hundred and  fifty-one votes wore polled.  .ICaslo, Jan. 15.���The civic elections  which took place hero today resulted  in the return ofF. E. Archer as mayor  by a majority of 12 over A. T, Garland.  Total vote, 100.  Victoria, Jan. 15.���Alderui'an  A., G.  McCandlesi?,   v/ho   bud   been   in  tha  position for   tbroo  yoa'rp,   was 'elected���  usayor iu today'ts   municipa1   elections1  by a majority of 55 over Charles  Hay-  ward, who has been   mayor for   three,  ycare.          Nc-iv Oillcei'G InstuHoji.   .  At the meeting of the Odd Fellows  lost evening tbe officers ' for the new  tuim wero installed by W, F. Tate of  of Key City lodge, Cranbrook, acting  under instructions from tha district  deputy, Matt llockendorf. They aro  as follows:  A. D. Drummond, Noble Grand:  C. A. Foote^ Vice Grand ;  P, D. Hope, Secretary;  F. J, Smyth, treasurer.  After tho jnsiall.-itioo, work wnp put  on in the initiatory degree.  ' . "Resolved Unit & higher  protoctivc torilv '~>n' lead  would    be "beneficial    to  Ketfs Selected'froia Many  Sonroos d,nd   Oompiled  the  of Ciuuda  T7itn  Pen  Np't'icjor1*'*'  Tbe opposite a idee stand as  follows-  Arj-'j:��.:.!.'*rrvk, > Nkuativi-;.  F. J. Sinyl'h Chas. Fam-ll     |  A. P. Mjicdonald 1\ A. Jiroadfuot |  A. W. Sutherland It. (Jiimphell      |  O. J. Johnson    ��� K. A. Bmith       J  The leadcis will have 10 minute;!  eacli; each alternate follower live minutes each, and each of thy le&ders three  minutes for closing.  , The,people of Moyie 'are taking a  ���keen interest ia the contest, and'no  doubt there will be a good  attendance  ou that evening.    The socieiv expends  a -.I -  a he.-.rty invitation to both .the   ladies  and gentleuie;*,  and Paste.  Valuable Ciaima Near St. JSugenej  There are clustered around the St.  Eugene mine a uu;nber cf yaluable  claims which, will be developed to a  considerable extent this year. These  are in two groups owned by 0. J.  Johnson end Karl Neiuel.   ,  ���Ti:e first is the St. Paul Group, and  couai:*t��i of the St. Paul, Cando, Fra  Diavola and Faust. Those clftima lie  iminedia'tcly to the east and sou'.h of  the St.FugeneancIare wedged between  that property aud >the Society Girl.  Tho aama lead traverses all thrte  grouos.  As the St. Eugene is tho largest  silver-lend mine in Canada, r.nd tho  Sseiety Girl one of the most promising  mines in the district, it can be readily  deen that the St. Paul group, which is  situated immediately between the (wo,  will prove   equally   as   valuable   with  Cranbiook liaf: organised a hockey  team.  Moyie in losing $30,000 a, month or  5360.000 annuallyciby the St. Eugene  mint* being closed dov^n.  The nnn of Beale, Hutchison it El-  well will op^n an office at ZVIorrissey  in a few days. Mr. Moffatt, at present  in the Cranbrook office, will have  charge of that branch.  An order has   been   issued   by  tbe  government agent requesting   the   re-  moyal  of   the   tenderloin  district  in  Cranbrook from its present.location to-  the valley west of the hospital.,  The recent preliminary exploration  of the route of the Kootenay Central  railway iudicates that a grade  of  less  " o  than one halt of ono per cent  can   be  obtained from Elko fcu Golden.  Financial arrangements aro being  made to provide $100,000 to carry forward !ho building of ihe Sullivan  smelter at Marysville, B. C, and to  provide it with working capital. The'  work of reconstructing tbe plaut will  begin early in the spring and should  be finished in three mouths.  A terrific explosion occurred at'the  Hamilton Powdei company's works,at  JSfanaimo Wednesday. George Simo-  netti, James Ful ford and 10 Chinamen  wero killed.,, Only one body, that of a  Chinaman, was recovered. Th9 others  wore  absolutely blown to   fragments.  School election Monday.  Ed Hill was in Cranbrook this week.  E. J. Cann was in Moyia Wedues-  d��y with the MncKenzie company.  J. R. Martin, government timber inspector, was in town this week.  Tho Park-Mitchell sawmill is being  torn to pieces mid moved to Yahk. ���  M. A. Beale and Dr. Green have   re-, ���  turned from their visit to the coast,   '  Don't forget the debate next Mon-  da\ evening'at tho Odd  Fellows'  hall.,"  Jtuss<$l Ha wire, circulation manager *  of the Moyio , Leader, is dowa with,  measles. ,  . -  Tho akating on Moyio  lake has  not  been very good lately   on  account, ol.  there being too   much   snow   on  the  ice. ' ���  A daughter -wa3 born to Mr. and  Mrs. Y. Desaulnier last Monday,  Mother and child aro doing nicely and  Vic will recover,  Mrs. P. D Hops returned from  Maryeville Wednesday. She was accompanied by Miss Margurite Bennett,  who came here to attend school.      ,    <���  B,ev.   A.   J2,!, Marshall   during   the'  months, of February   aud   March  will  preach a series of sermons for the benefit of the young men.  >   The Movie Lumber &.Milling coqi-.  pany has purchased the tract  of   land '  north of M6yie from Messrs. Galbraith-  Grassick and Dempsey of  For,t Steele!  There   will be  a  rueeting   pi    the '  Moyie board v of ��� trade   in   the courfc  tiou'se next   Monday   afternoon   at ���$ ,  o'clock   for   the   purpose ' of  electing  officers.   It is the"dufcy of every mem-  ber to attend this meeting.  development.     Already   over   $'2,000 ,  have been expended on this eroup wich JTh? guncottou storage,house exploded  ; first, the concussion exploding the gel-  gratifying results.  The other group is the Mountain  Goat, which consists of seven claims  lying near the town of  Movie.    These  ignite  mixing   house,  -100  feet away,  where the greatest- loss of  life  is  supposed to have occurred.    The-   ground  claims huvs been fairly well'derclopcJ, | was excavated to a depth of  sis   feeb  and some   good   showings  covered.  of ore  ,i,. i where the buildiug3 were   blown  into  Photographer.  The   work   of   further    dtrc-1 oping ! ��  t^ero groui*j   will   bo   the   -r.rki.-ij;  two morc^reat miuo*- for L-Ioyio.  . kindling and scatteied with fragivieuts  human  i-.?sh    over   several   acres.  Tne tj.imway '*va-j torn up and r. length  r-f r*t*.(.l r ii1 :wined sounreiy   around a  tree, like a .wi-ip Uoh.  School Electlou. *  P. D. Hope, secretary of the j\��oyi(j  school board, has ported notices calling a meeting for the' election of two  trustees to fill the vacancies created  by H. II. Dimock aud John Blackburn, who are no longer residaJits of  tho town. The election will be helcf  on Monday, January 19th, between  the hours of 11 a. ni. and <L p. in.  ly ���*] '*, f. o rt .-*-1*  I Cr.Jnlii-nok      }Iov-lc,     Fort Steolo.  I  .-���)>v���v.,*.,  /v- ^--      \  ��� ���*'-, A".   "^1  ���'-yljj  ���'v.- .* A  9w.  <C$7��L J$~XCfjK^S5. O*C2TJSLy S3  'i'lio MacKf'iijtli'S -^IhiIo :i ilii.  Tftc MacICenxics c:in:e and conqucret  Moyie las-t Wtundsdiiy evening,    They  ICnlarqing tlieir Sawmill.  The work  Qi   enlarging   the Moyis  Lumber  it   Milling  company's plant  jhas   begun,-    Over   $20,000   worth  cf  j new machinery is on thd   ground  and  I'nwoYrKRiAS-Sunoay school   atdjis!beiag  jn8talled   ��s rapidly  ag  men  do the work. '  Cliui-ch Sorviccji.  lifiiAYC���Sunday {  Afteruoon   set vice ia   the h.ili  T'.v". <r]^ ^.FY^f    ft.    /fSj   -sf.^^ ! hr.d a good hoine   and   the   audience J p. ra.    Afteruoon   set vice ra   the li.ili j can  ii>"I;^    /4 ' f'^'   A  ^  AxlfZ; wao hyhh* delighted i\iih   the ei. ter- U��* 3 o'clock.   Subject:   "Countiug the j ^  .^i*.A?JkrfOwki' ii.iiasnoni.   -Mr. :rui   Mra.   Mai-Kujv,cie ! coot.." I  Heating    Stoves,  Cooking    Stoves,   -^.--^  llanges", Kitchen Dtcnsols, *&'1  Sawm  Every Description,    V  1    *. Mail   Onlfjs   f'-iven 1'romn-  Kitchen Utensoi., O ^ ^ f| TKT ^  F^  ill   am!   Minin-    Supplies   of   ilA��.*^iL   tj>&   N? V   tf A-1  'O  Our .nock foi Xmas trade in  'well assorted, with everything  thai is iio'.v, choioeynd 5-elec',  in the lincri saitablo for Xmj?  pifst nts.  For instance:  wore first ckis in ihci/ spceiiihies.  which were both iclined aoil ofa hi.-rii  cin-.ractcr. '.They i-xpeei to fg.un vitil  Moyio, and when tliey do they   will  btj  j well   received.     A   dance   was  given  {.-.Iter the ontcrt.-iiiiiiont.  All are cordially  invited   r.o  the-^o scrviof:-.'.  T. A. JIROADFOOT. Pastor  ttend  '^111  iiMTiioDisx���Sunday   school  ). m.    Proachintc   at  30    o'clock.  you want ^ryy  Tf      O  T-ifl-*,-.T;vkw-  ,  11L**  '    -!'J  ���KJi^WaH ��*K^M"* J*-i3i  ���*1 ���_���L**-1 *r    ��J<"art"'-^  -'."^ f  I*    1 ,'i   ���,  / - ..->  The leading I{ai"5s3 &v.d ;;-ionts iiir^ishers.  *J'�� ^".N'iiSK."*'  '. *-.'���\l-'-  -^. -M-c,^r.j^/ir,'."^n*��� a-*ag*rti��.^ t-*rv. *,-..���t^n3^  --��� - .���*- r'T-   ���-*-1* T''r-'7^,��"'"W"TJ''; ^ -������v*-T1  ->:.'i>!^-jyAJ. >AA;A.'i!^-A^:As^r'A��. ,<���'  ���> \  *^"^"  2>ESA"U.l,>:/..KT-3, BKOS,    rnijiS.  'Large sample roota' ia 'oo'anoctioil  witli house for cOhiincrcia! mori.^ Boat  of accoinrnodivtidns, '      ";  Headquarters fov Cciirinien.claJ-.'asid  Ivsining ivStrt..  QUEliWAVEKtllO,  [At  y}  *���*. *  . '     .,,   S J. '��*  .   i^/j Mi,. ^  <**     J.  Thi-* l.o::.I  ncU-siifio-i,  Ottawa, Jan.   lo.���W.   A. Ctllihc:  liratU-d tho deli'galicu re-prc":.-c:i'iug thf  I1  {Sut.jent:    "John the ->.ij>ti*=t,,''  !     All arc welroine,  ' A. E. MAUSHALL, J\i  &  UM 1=**  A   A &J i>k  iirf2!  . 'iver-iOail pr  :i,-.  i  ��� , with v  i\.d-  OOtLn  - I  l;i    lil.- j  e /'.if.*- ,  ���J  *��i    ,- It/ i,.?  ' -o ^ lV >,' f"* '- ���' '���-"'  ���.'^���i    -,|   *.,' "7%o    -j'  tvi L>���_>   i.iifi ,  *.m   I hoy  ". ,-vi  j.U.i'*   H  .ii '.'��� .,:i:l i.: oL.t.dr.iu,.. .-. lil^i.  ' !,:  \ i ;i L'.ui ti id Ic.-d '.<: ^-it:r'*..  |     Tho delegation wi1! meet t'".e cabin  !l:i(L*: on.  trsT**'*���,AT^jr-trvrxr v���ua��rx--��--c*Ti^m'"3-*-, <-i  il II g g p  . LiO'.r.vl bi:y  \Vl$  'DTUg; ma Stationery  �����-&.dVv3*  ���:.x'- a .j-* v, /   - . ��� i n t; ���> ot c;  -��**1 -1 -,' T a *.      4  ���X���-:���.*3 S.o    MjTf n ����."i ,i-'.r*.'*'"s  i ci tfli.:- y i Jofc i ^.     *Jj ti.ij v / iii V-*  li?  '," i i  Our Handkerchiefs arc worth  {.-.vfTyone's ���inspection,. Tho  Irish linen and thoTwiil silk  are the pure stuil'..  Neckwear, the very latest,  A     S7 5vx".-����?  .cc:^.  S^��  I?? J il  ^fe^J  U2S, uieffiieaiS;  i.  13  l j '- 0 1J I'j ^* J. t  utility.  ��� ell. i At  ^ 3  ��� ��� t?^���  nil  ."������otn;  i..vSTi\G  if"'?- ir^ *s)  Jt-'i -^ .!"��� !h *"2 n 6--1 afiv,,  l^i ^^r^M^Sirr-.^ l^iiinlSjiti^rt^L^!) li^^4ia!-^ julT^S ^^i^Jiwisais^ j^Utii'isi  iovi:-:, :rt. a,  *>T-sr.y-^;[,?r--.--l;"|  i^TctariBtJ Public, Etc,  Only one grade���THE B EST.  Accounting, Convcyancin^etc.  ��� Cw   CilA.NU|iOUK.     ^UUl  w f-'fS "r'yVf'i :  i BE CAUSE   it  | <.1k-v,.  . BECAUSE, i',   ii. the   laroust high  j ' grado' 5 or.lOc plug.  ! BECAUSE tho tags ark-vai.,x;-\i'i.k for  ! Wremiunis until Jan. 1, 1U05  BECAUSE wo guakastbe every plug,  and s  BECAUSE your don-ler  is  authorzied  , to   refund   you."   money, if  you are not sut'isd'cd..  ��.iTir��fc?*i*jn��si'taM��is^refc-ii>a.cvjj>.'a'Jt:.-j'-R^ *:-.*-j��^i  Tub li.M-i'iitB Tokacco'Co., Ltd. '  J. V  Hei Aracies  Office Stationery  c  ftGAQoi: supplies  MOYIE,  B. C.  &   ' ll li  0  thu e,ose**t ;1i lent ion.  por.-d by thu . .slow  thou-. Ins   tint,   gro.-cd   tlieir  u(l.V  111-    -.V||S  moving  ii.iiii-  of  l.ib-  A NoTel by Annie Thompson.  s  'never  man's     life    is  has no  of        convert-  "Then you will help me," asserted Richard; his slow utterance giv-,  ing place to a rnpjd torrent of  words. "You will help nie, because  it is in your power, and because I  tun m such .distress as Alan  1  knew. When      a  at stake* he  time        to        think  tionality;   with   nie,   more   than     life  is at stake, I    am  forced     to throw  mys:lf on your  mr-rcy.     I dare  this.  bocau.se>'* I   know   that,   whatever  else  jo,i do, you will  not,betray my con-  i donee  ���,  my   instinct   never   uiisletl  ine'yet.     Xo, no.  don't  interrupt me;  1   in list speak,  sou  must li��-t<*n!     Until   t\so  \ oars apo  my  posit on     was i  ' un-ts^ailable,    ' my      repu lotion    was >  wipo.il   a      tiimi-h.      J    was   envied. I  Sice  th'ii,   mn-.*   I   wr'ote  that cruel i  lett.-r  lo  A)- ii,   I   h.t\o  mot. with no-|  thng bi't. calamity ;  my  undertakings  him; fa>lcd, di-niJi  Juts robbed me  'of  tlvj   friend-*   who   would   ha\e   helped  un-.   rn\y   has    'irinii! hrd. over      my  In'si's,   \> n minus   t(.ins.'ties  have     been  In **y   'A iih -my  iv'-nintum���in  eonie-  quene-'my   bnMiK--*s   lias   suffered, Just  iiou   there  is i'iv^'i   disaster.     I     dare  not 'let   ti  b.- known.   T speak  openly  io   will,   Mr,  (Aylord.   the   Pa ntest  ru-  i'iioi*  of, it'woti'd   be  fatal   io  me.   All  that   v.ent   hci'.J'i'o     was      misfortune;  (his  is worse.     boni-iing back, I    can  scarcely   und.'rstiind   how     it      came  about;   and     yet      I   run,   for?  at   the  l lino  when  st ends'   nerves and  a clear  head    were   .Jisnlut ely   indispensable,  I  foil   a     victim   to   this,   paralyzing  pain  that almost kills me" with    terror   before   it-comes   and   wuh  agony  while ifc lasts ��� small  wonder if niy  judgment is  impaired!     Xol long a&o  f was   unexpectedly   called   upon     lo  meet  a claim  of C2 000.     J  had     not  the money at my command, though T  expected'' to   have   it   in   a   few   d-i\s:  but,  that exact .sum,   belonging ,io   a  charitable sociely  of which     1     have  boon   treasurer for  ;*. ears,   la\  .1 o     my  credit in a bank      1  withdrew n, and  met  the claim.     The  mom-v  has  not  been'replaced.     I.rii.w. ed   loss,   roitew-  ed   illness,   h.i\e  o\ en.iki-n   mc since.  1    11/1 'I    M.l'      ill    0T-(i|-  onously lorv\aid from point to point.  Their     current     was   c.-ari-tod.       '1 lie  impulse     to   exonerate   Alan   by     enlightening Kit-hard,     had     altogether  gone  from him.   instead   he was  conscious    of   an    unaccountably  stroDg  desire  to   keep   Richard   in  darkness,  at all events for a season.     The imperative necessity to gain an    interval for reflection,, urged  itself    upon  hnn.  Twiss  repeated his  question���  "Is  there truth,, ia what he    saj'S?  are there such proofs?"  i     There    is truth   in  it,   I have    the  papers;  but jou  spoke  just now     of  ���   an immediate, engagement���I, too,am  pressed for time.    Come to see me tomorrow on your return to town,  we  can     then .talk at our  leisure      over  your     brother's      affairs     and    your  own."  Eagerness    flashed back momentarily into Richard's eyes.  "'You will lend���"  "I    pledge   myself to  nothing.      1  will   think   of it.     The  delay  cannot,  signify, since you ��� say you can'   take  no steps before your return.   ' I    am  staying at the Central; at which hour  will you come?"  They arranged  to meet at 7 on the  following- evening. "  When    he ' was    once    more alone,  Richard     indulged   in     retrospection.  J le     was , excessively  "Wearied,     and  his     mind   in  its     backward    glance  refused,  for lack  of energy,  to recognize   any   grounds   for   apprehension:  it saw only what it wished to see���  the Finger of" ]Jroviden,ce interposing J  to avert    ruin.        The vision, braced J  him,  invigorated  him.    As he looked  steadily     at it,   it grew  more clear,  more irresistibly  powerful;   it'spread  itself      .before  him  ,unlil   it   left     no  room    for doubt,  foreboding,  terror.  His nerves were steadied.    He began  with some' cohipluconcy to make preparation     for   that   business  engagement   in   the  country   for   which     he  iiad      spoken���a  solitary   thread '   of  fact in the morning's  web  of fiction.  at home, iwe can haves a lovely long  talk.-    If you had 'only been here yesterday you would have seen Gavin!"  'J hey  wandered  to   the far  end     of  tlie     garden    and   seated   themselves'  there.      Mie  was  beside him!     That  supreme fact  blotted  eveiy other out  of  existence,     'llic   urgent    need     to  decide some course of action no longer made itself felt: it,was impossible  to  feel  anything  but a dizzy    sense  of her nearness.     Mary talked gaily >  while  she arranged her roses.      She  had     so much   to    say about Gavin,  that the irresponsiveness of her companion passed without notice.  Gavin  was  so generous,   so  universally lik  to  "I  met  many   that  I  liked;   none,  there,   that I loved."  She mado a, despairing gesture.  "Then   I  don't  seo how I am  make   you   understand!     If  you   had  ever loved, you would, know at once:  it  ever you do love,  John, you will  know."  �� will know what?"  "TVhat I want to try and tell you.  You bay, Suppose Gavin had done  something very wrong- (which of  course he has not), what would' I  do? John, if a woman admires a  man, only, it may be for the sake, of  the things he does, or has done; but   .1. __   -*.      ���* - -  ed,   so    clever.    ' Music,   it appeared, I "vvhen   sllQ  loves  him,   it   is   not     for  was    his  chief delight:  he knew    so | j_hat.,h? ^id<. OT does,   or ever   ' will -  it. ,ke  even   wrote'itl  much    about.    _     _      do���it is for himself.    It is not what  Utfat bunday. the anthem sung at St. other people see in him, or say of  -Vartm's was his: it began with the him, " that she loves���it is himself-  words "ITe came to deliver them ' ancI if th* whole world wero to join  who through fear of death were all j in saying wicked things about him  their lifetime subject to bondage" j she would not care. It would make  -a minor recitative, she hummed a | no difference to her love!"  few- bars in low sweet tones-and    it |     "But if proofs were brought?"  "Proofs! You  ,nfSnM    ,.,_���,,������  Oil  ended with a full chorus, "Death is  swallowed up in victory!" John  heard,,lu>r words as though they had  been spoken to him through a dream.  Tie recalled them later;"b'ut at the  time he, was conscious only of the (  music of her voice, her  beauty,     her '  day   was  sultry;   heat      haze  over  the sea  and   the     Binnan  the  upon      tho  waves   say   to-day,  thn t  crea-  CIIAI'TEU  III.  Kiill.   I   lvliowd  nar.v    ri jvu ���-���.*" i ai  w o-i!d   i ot   i.-eef  ha.\ e an eni'-'i-' a  1  mice fi.n   if | ed  was   he  I-.  :i  '.'���h')   pressed  tn o  'biV'-'V  ��� ���AAv  '��� >! A:  ���the;--  ���:>'J;iroct.or>-  risk  rescue  .con-  apt  in  A'lrtl-t [  i,  '������    a      l .ion  d'M'-jm    It  . -   -   claim, that  cli-o\e me to such extremities: he has  now incited one of the yo inger directors, whose wealth uives hnn influence, Lo urge an immediate application of this i'2,1.00. l.-9r ten days  I haio been absent through illness,  una bio to attend to business; this  morning, I Jearn that the d.rectors  are to meet on Satin'day. The money  must be forthcoming. I have good  enough security to offer; I could borrow it readily if l had'time ,to go  , to a distance for it,   but here,  where  I am watched by unfriendly eyes, I  dare not run the risk of having 'it  known that J have raised such alum.  An aggravation of my diliicultics lies  m the fact that an hour hence 1 a'fn  forced to leave, Glasgow to meet a  business engagement in the coiiHtry,'  and there us no possibility of my return before tomorrow afternoon' or  opening l ha\ e no ''"me T am driven desperate. .Mr. Cayford, vou can  - aid me;  will you?"  "You  mean,   will  I  lQnd  you    ��2 -  000!" J '  "I  have said   I have  e,ood  security  to o.Ter;  I do not ask .\ou     to  your  money,     I    ask you    LO  me."  ���)ohn"s  sympathy had  cooled  sideiably,  as   that sentiment  is  c--whcn required     to express  itself  cash.  "What makes you confident    that I  ha:)rQ ?u?11 a  sum at- ���-y command?"  "This,"  said   Richard,  handing him  the sheet of pencilled  memoranda.  ,(, He read  the notes  in silence,     and  with   considerable  surprise.  "And why," he askedv "do you not  rather apply to \ our prince of philanthropists, your young man of fortune?"  ".Mr. Wishart," responded Richard  promptly, "is the director who has  been instigated to un-e the disposal I  ol the money. He was , here, this  morning, it was from him that I, in-  c dentally, learned my danyer. I dare  not let him know."  "Vou    seem to    ha\e lost sight of  the fact  that jou are a  straimei  me."  "Mi, yes," exclaimed Twiss bitterly, "a Stranger, of cotir.se! And .Air.  Wishart would have found means to  convey the same hint had 1 applied  to him. A needy man finds strangers  everywhere.1"    '  For  the  nrst time since lie had  begun  to  speak he  withdrew his     persistent gaze from   his companion;  excitement was d.sing down again, list-  lessness   and   languor   again   creeping  o\er him.     Almost   indifferent to    the  result of his appeal,  ho turned  to his  table and bey an mechanically     to set  his   papers  in   order.     The unfamiliar  loo'c     of     one  of  them  stirred   vague  wonder  within  him,   it  was   that ' in  winch Alan's banknote had been folded.     He read  the  w(,I(js  on   it,     and  tailed  clearly  to  comprehend      them  Acting  as   he  would   not   have   done  had  his  faculties   been  fully  alert,  he  pushed    forward     the paper for    explanation.  Alan had written thus:  I return  the ��50 you so generously  paid to save our honored name   from  disgrace..        I  could   not   understand  your haste to'believe nie guilty until  information'     reached   me~ respecting  the sale of our  Uraehead street, prorf-  erty;  now 1  understand.     It may  be  some    satisfaction     to  you   to  know  that I have not been Hie one to bring  disgrace  in   our name.       i   am    innocent,   ns  the     proofs my  friend   holds  will   testify,      ' ��� Alan- Twiss.  Upon  this     missive  .John   bestowed  to  Ko such benelicienL vision was with  John Cayford. The confusion in the  crowded streets through which he  passed, was as "order when compared  to the confusion in his mind. He  envied now the uncertainty that had  been so intolerable to him, a few-  hours before: certainty had, .come,  and with it had come chalos.^  How was he to act?    (J-avin Wishart was in his power; he had but to  produce liis proofs in order to secure  the downfall of that estimable j'oung  man.     Was    ��� there  room  for hesitation?     Alan's  imploring   tones    rang  in his      ears���"I will have this disgrace  wiped   out.'   Promise  me  that  if I die before I reach home, you will  see  these  papers  of  mine  placed     in  Mr.   A.ncle<-son's ha'nfis,  and my name'  cleared,    owear it!"   Ala had sworn  it;  he was  in honor  bound;  he    had  no   choice  at  all.    The      papers   (he  had  reached  the hbtel  by  this   time,  and'   they    wore spread  before him),  must  be given  to  Mr.  Anderson     on  Monday next, and  at  the same time  Richard Twiss must  be made aware  of  their purport:  the obligation was  inviolable.  The slfipping list he'had  consulted  yesterday, attracted his notice, while  his fingers searched with the box for  the   portrait   that" lay   there;     what  need -was  there,  after  all,   for    such  desperate  haste  in   booking  his  passage  to    Melbourne?        Tho  portrait'  was uncovered, he looked at it with  a hopefulness   that  was   fierce  in  its  intensity.     Memory   dealt  him     suddenly  a  cruel    Stab.     "Do  you love  him, Mary?"     "More than 1 can tell  you,   John!"     That  was  her   confession,   uttered   low,   uttered   with   all  her heart.     What if disgrace  to  Gavin should  mean heart-break  to her!  Iiad   there  been  a, fire   iu  the  room,  he would have pitched the papers into . it.   ���  ITeart-break? , Girls' hearts are not  so soon broken.  But Mary was like no other,, girl:  she was so fragile, so easily crushed,  so unfit to meet misery. Think of  the terror in her eyes when she had  once sppken of the dread of coming  trouble! A harsh word, was' enough  to make her heart bleed. He had  seen her cry; he could not endure the  thought of her tears. Was the-obligation so inviolable?  There was another point of view:  to cause her suffering now might be  the only way to spare her much  pain in the future. He seized on this  idea %vith avidity, and elaborated it.  Site would be revolted by the disclosure; her love for Gavin would  not survive such a shock; she "would  forget soon���she was so young, so  impressionable.     And   then���th-en!  An   overpowering desire to  see her  again       took   instant   possession     of  it?  ._..  be  in    a  better  position   to  decide    his  course      of     action.        A       hundred  thoughts  t*urged   upward   in his mind  to convince him   that   it was   impossible to act at all *m the matter until     he Iiad  seen     her.     There     was  need of haste, too: some definite conclusion must  be  arrived     at    before  the coming  interview     with  Richard  Twiss.     Half an hour later, be    was  whirling south   in  the  mid-day train.  Doubt  as: to   the  wi,*idom     of     his  procedures  lurked   in  his  mind,     and  with  it grew  a   dread   that  he might  not     find   Mary   alone.      Doubt     and  dread    wero  put   to   flight   when     he  learned    at the J-'eldrossan Manse that  Mr.  Ferris  wa.s  absent,   attending     a  monthly    meeting   of  ministers     hcltl  on   this   occasion   at  Glenessle,  that Kate also was away.  As when he had first seen her,  found     Mary  gathering     roses:  then she had knelt before    a    grave  to  pluck   on* dead   flowers  and   withered,   leaves,    now  her  hands     were  filled  -with   glowing  spoils   from   the  famous  Manse  rose trees;   then  to,  had  filled   the  eyes   that   were  shining  with   happiness.   -At  of  her   visitor   the  happiness      t,-*--  vivid, she flew forward  to greet him.  "Ah, John, I could not believe that  you had gone  away without saying  good-bye to me!     I was certain you  would come back in a day or    two:  uncle said not,   but I'knew    better.  How glad I am that no one else    is  -,-,.w^ luui^ instant possession  him: why should he not gratify  Alter  he had  seen  her he would  and  he  but  iars  now  sight  grew  grace.  The  hung  hills'; the sun shone -through it with  subdued splendor. Trees made a welcome ' shade about them, screening  even the -Manse from view. There  w'as stillness in the air; bees droned  their way from flower to flower,  slowly, heavily; through, the stillness came with ceaseless regularity  ihe dull thud of waves  shore.    ������  "Uhat, do  -Mar.\ ? "  "What everything says  now  I am  the happiest girl  in all  tion!  John,  he is so good!"  "Js he? Why do you think that?"  "J don't think it���I feel it, I know  it, 1 see it in his face when I look at  him."  "Looks aro no guide. Suppose I  were to prove to you that he is not  trustworthy."' '    ,  She gaxed at him in astonishment"  and  then laughed.  "Vou are jesting. You sav that to  tease me; of course I would not believe 3'ou."  "It is you  who are jesting    now l  Would  my  word go  for nothing      in  1 spite of all tho years, that you  have  known me?"  " "I can't think what'you mean,"she  said; "5 ou puzzle me, I am not  clever; , You know that you are always my very dear John, and of  course I believe <i\cry word you say  ���except���except when yo'u speak of  rteople.that'I know better than \ou  can.''      . ��� ,  yYou    think    this    man     perfect,  then.' *       ���  ���VN���no.'J  daresay he has      faults;'  but not. so mam' as   L  have."  '"lour  fan!is!       What   aro  thev,'    I  wonder." "'  "Oh,   John,   1   am  most   frightfully  tu-esome!   T know I mast  try Xate's  temper very much and if  Uncle had a  temper  I should   vex  him   too.       Vou  see,, I am so  careless   . and      stupid,  I don't do anything well.      There   is  my class m   the  Sunday [school ��� I  don't seem n, teach,the children nro-  perly,   they  never answer     questions  as   Kate's do!   The  time is  all spent  in   kissm-   them,   and   telling      them  stories.      1  am   quite .-sure    that    if  1  nele  wero  not  the Superintendent 1  Fhould   not    be   a'lowed   to   have     a  class.   Then   there   are    accounts:       I  can't keeji accounts,     I    never     get  them  right.   As  lor  writing  letters���'  Kate generally has to tell me  what to  say!     Oh,  I am  afraid,  I am afraid  Gavin  will  be dreadfully  disappointed when  he comes  to  know, me better. '' -  "So these are your faults! You  never stole money, I suppose; or told  lies,  or acted  them."  Her face colored  crimson.  "John,  I did    act   a  iie,   just    the  other day.    It was the evening that  ���that   Gavin   told  me he  loved  me  I was    staying     with the Foresters,  you  know,   and   Agnes  and  I  shared  a    room.        And    when we went up  stairs  1  did  so   want  a  quiet     time  to   think���but she would  keep  talking,   she  would   not be  quite for     a  minute,   and I knew that instead  of  going   to   sleep  she would  talk    half  the night through: so���1 knelt down  and pretended, yes pretended,  to say  my prayers, and all the while 1 was  repeating    to   myself   over   and   over  again what-Gavin hau   .,.xid to me."  "And  that seems  a'great crime to  > "It was a dreadful thing to do    I  am ashamed whenever 1 think of it  I have not even  told Gavin, yet."  "If you think that so dreadful  what would you say of a man who  had stolen money and let the blamo  rest on another?"  I She looked at him with dilating  eyes; trying i���.r best to fathom such  depths of iniquity.  "I don't know for which of the  poor things 1 should feel sorry. It  would be hateful, <,f course, for the  man who was suspected: but it  would be worse for the man who  stole the money���yes, I should pity  hnn more." ^  l hen    what   would you say if    t  shewed you  proofs that Mr.  Wishart  had done such a thing?"  She laughed gleefully.  "I don't know what has come   to  you    John!        Why  do you  talk    in  such .a ridiculous    fashion?        Gavin  could not do anything like that: besides      he    is  rich,  he never  needed  money.  "But    suppose I  had  proofs  here  just now,  and could shew  them    to  you?    Think ��� Mary,  what you would  "Ah, you aro 'talking'as Kate docs'  when we have discussions: sho says,  i or  the sake  of nrmimnn*    ^,,^^ '  ou mean, writing on  paper, reports of what this and that  person said? You might bring me  volumes of 'proofs' against Gavin  and I would laugh at them! 1 have  something that cannot be disproved.  I   believe,    I  feel,  I  know,   down  in  If our  Mitts  And  Gloves  Oil in leather makes cold mitts'or gloves, because oil is a  good conductor" of cold.    That's why Indian tanned buck  skin ,s warmer than common oil tanned leathers.  But_buckskin is porous, and lets in the wind and absorbs  wet.    Now "Pinto" Shell "Cord  my heart,      that he  is good:  I love  him,^ that is enough for mo."  "Vou are unreasonable, Mary  Would nothing convince you? If every ��� one held aloof from him, if he  were openly disgraced���would that  make no difference? What would you'  do  then?"  ��� She looked  at him  with  terror  in  her eyes.  '   "Oh1;     I   should,    die!    No, no I  would  live to comfort him.     If others left him, I would cling closer- if  others 'despised hint, I would onco'ur-  age    him      by my  trust;  if he were  robbed   of  every,'other  love  in     tha  world,  I would love him ten   ��� times  more      dearly   than   before   that     ho  might never feel his loss."    Sho po used;  she leaned toward him,  clasping  her     hands    on' his    arm.     "Think  John,  it  is  your  own  turn  to  think  now.    If you loved a girl will! your  whole  heart  and   soul,   and   believed  ���in her truth and goodness, and knew  that she loved you���would any number      of     written    papers   and' cruel  speeches   shake   your   lovc'>    10ve   all.  if you had felt it, you would understand!     I am unreasonable,  minerals  ovan is tanned without oil  i Pro^lt^H't0111^ Wlnd' ^ 'boin^7dT and  Si 1 thC.tr��rU|hcSt Slove and "��'�� leather tanned.  *n be had only m H.B.K. mitts and gloves "   '  Will not_c2clLor:bardcn| always flexible, warm and dnr  ���Hud  son Bay Knittiiw- To  ��� Oeorsa Street. Montreal.     iM Prince r��.m ^     ^^   J  Make, o, W^ ci.Mn, *lui. aj?^^^^  ��� ��"i, J. (ic'c.'iiin*,, tiio.  MENTAL TENSION.  -_ ~.     ,A  ���,���,   uni eitsonaDie,    vou  say: reason has not'anything to * do  with it." Her voice sank ]0"w "Mv  love for Gavin,  John,   is���is  me      It  despa  remain   silent,  ll\   "thar*  to, deliver  one   wiio   died  his   name  was-  Joan.  Who  iu   ill  1    lives with my life: it is my life   nothing can  change  it���nothing!"  lie      sat     stupelied.'  while  I strangled hope m his heart.  Feeling her fingers roluv their pressure on his arm. ho covered her hands  with one of his own, so aS to keep  the clinging grasp still there. Look  at her, he dared not  he dared not.  "Marv."   he  said hurriedly,   "thar*  is  a message I  undertooK   to    *  to     you,      from   somi  lately.     Alan  Twiss,  do you  remember him?"  "Alan   Twiys?       A'o  i l1  was he?" ,  "Vou must have met him  two    or  three years  ago.     In  Glasgow  probably.       'A     young  fellow,   tall,   and  dark.        He     went,    "abroad  health'.'",  , "Oh, I think 1 do remember: yes,  I remember him distinctly now, I  used to meet him at Mr. Anderson's.  A message for me, you say?"  1    "He  was  wrongly  accused   of  having stolen   money.     He  thought you  had heard  of it.    lie wanted you  to  know that  he was innocent."  "I am very glad.     But I  did    not  hear of it; I had forgotten him, until you reminded me.    Why should he  have  sent  the message  to  nie?"  "He remembered you,  you see.  lie  could not bear to have'you think ill  of him: he���he loved, you, Mary."  "Loved me?     Oh, no, 3'ou,must be  mistaken."  "I am  not  mistaken."  "It is very strange," she said.  He  laughed  unsteadily.  "Very strange, that a  man should love you:  very  strange!   And  he^���is     not     the  only one.  I"���he started  to his feet,  thrusting aside her hands���"I   must  go, Mary.  God'keep you happy.  Thi  is good-bye: for the last time; I shal  not see you again."     >  ITe turned away from he  not     taken    a dozen  was .arrested.  ���'  "Stay,  John   . ^.w.  Ay. "I want you; I need you; ah,don't  go!  What have I done,  what have I  said? Dear, dear, John, I never meant  to  vex you.   What  have      J  What does it mean?"  Ffe put his arms round her, and  held her to his heart: he kissed her  forehead passionately.  "It means���it means���good-bye,  my darling," lie said, and left, her.  Dazed, terrified, Mary stootl and  ga^ed after him: then she burst into  tears.  "Oh, me!"  she- sobbed,  "something  is  wrong,  something Is wrong!      Tic  can't   mean      good-bye     for    always!  Gavin-,   Gavin,    I     wish  here!"  Hard    to    Uf-nllit-    Che    OlfTIoultr  IC<*��*pl ii|T  n   iVutural   Po��e.  We never know how active our Lm  aginations can he till we let them oo  or till  they get  the -better o��  us Cor  some reiison.    A  major In  the  annj  recently admitted that' when  he went  intoyexiou i'or'tlie'urSt time he was fi</  scared   that  he did  not know  which  way was north, but ho, had an overwhelming desire to reach it, wherever  it was.    Vet, after' six or eight battles  aud after being wounded a couple of  times, he regarded battles very much  as people hereabout regard the evening  light   at   tho   Manhattan  end   of   tbe  bridge, says tho Brooklyn, Eagle.  Cases of wanting to run when bullets  fij' are by no means ditildult-to find.  But a young soldier in Brooklyn confesses to a more queer experience.  His  regiment was iu camp aud had-been  ordei-qd out for dross parade, as usual.  When; lined up  for  Inspection,   every  man as stiff as a ramrod aud not a  white fflove moving, this young man,  a   lieutenant,'  began   to   ask   himself":  "Suppose I should slip, or anything, to  break   the  quiet? '  Suppose  I   should  fall?"   The idea of fallinff kept growing in his mind till before the Inspection, was over nnd the regiment 'was  allowed to use its feet once more he  could hardly keep on his legs and was  In  a  great eweat of agony, from the  dread of tumbling over and making an  exhibition of himself.  People who bave never tried'it do not  realize how hard it Is to stand absolutely still'and yet appear interested  and at ease.    Artists' models succeed  at it, especially those in Italy, and will  hold a pose not too dilucult for an hour.  Actors,-when tbey group about the man  In, tho center of the stage, who is enjoying all the limelight���and .howthey  hate them for it���arc* required to keep  still, so as not to distract attention from  the great man's sayings and motions,  and because they nnist group in such a  way as to form  ti  deep, one  8 2-5 inch'..  igjjJ.'on; .>.,,iM-il!i.s.- sTju'.'ii'iJvuad,  *d(.-(!*i.;0!H' iH'i'i;: :1 i! inches .tong--.'-,  | deep, one and a half bushels; 2-1 Inr-hea  long by 10 inches, wide and 14 inches  deep, two and a half bushc-lsyu indies  long by IC inches wide and 2S inches  deep,1 five bushels.  Kalnwntcr  Cooil  it You  Like  It.  "When a mini gets used lo drinking  rainwater," said a New Orleans man to  the Washington Post, "then- is no other  water in tbe world that tastes so jjood.  Most  of  the  people  In   N'etv  Oilcans  have cisterns in their yards which hold  an abundant supply of water caught  from the clouds, the put;es-t and best  In the world, according to my notion"  The winter rainfall alone Is used, the  summer catch not being-desirable.   It  is somewhat curious .that in northern  latitudes  the  cistern   water doeu not  keep wholesome and sweet as It floes  in our country."  Hud   .Yo  Time.  The Boy's Father���Madam, let mi  ask If your daughter knows how to run  a house���can cook, for example, aud  nurse the sick, mend clothes aud, in  fact, is familiar with nil the multifarious details of domesticity?  The Girl's Mother���Certainly not, sir!  Why, if she hud ' learned -all those  things, her education would have been  neglected.  , IIott  It   Hnrijx'nc'l.  Judge���Oow  did  you   come  to club  |^  ��.s io torin a picture mid keep it l^nm"111 ^m���"V  dl  it can  be realised  bv  tbe  ,.,-,.,��� in        OOlcer-W ell, yer honor, he kept par-  A   Chnncc.  "Well," said' Noah as he hunted for  a dry spot on the top of'Ararat, "a lot  of people came down to the pier to josh  lis when we started, but I don't see  any of. them around to poke fun at our  home coming."  front  ncss is  ns  11  ir. ���  He had  steps  before he  she cried  iinploring-  Hiit   this  en forced   Mntuestiue-  liurd on  the supes.    They  are  not u**ed to it.    When they are put under   the  strain,   isnd   when   ns   Koiuaii  warrior���* they must stiui'd at the hack  will-out  witilciiig while  flrtUus or \'ir-  ���s or *-->iu(> oilier ponderous pei.-on  .-.'���'miS   L.msel/   i"u��j;i'v;iJi.g   love   or  . ih.lc**.   iliry  are   in   n   sintill 'torture,  ui.* sii��-h Li^t st'a.-i.-n who cmld no  er abide li to li-den to the so  h" he.'tl liiaa; in.ehetl tj\er on his face  iin 1 had t'< be billed out by (In.  to the spoil ilia of ill" set-lie.  flctly shrill an' wutlift dodge a siiiijla  crack Oi made at hint  1*jii-  loi|i5,\   l��y  tll'Mis  done ?  u ������.*.)._-..  you  l'IO   UK CO.VnMJED.l  were  ^S^ji  On Exhl ]>ltlon.  No sermon is loo long for her  Who wears to church a new-  Fall bonnet or some stvJLsh fur  And mis a lore-most -Jew.  ���San Francisco Kxamlner.  the sake  of argument,  suppose  so and.so. happened.'    Do you mean  1'or the sake of argument'?"  .u''Y��>V for tho sake of argument:  think Mary, I,want you to think." ���  fche knit her brows, clasped her  hands, and gazed severely at tho  roses..' Presently she turned to him  with a question.  "John, may I ask you something?"  ��� "Anything,   Mary."  "All the years that you were away  from home, did you never meet any  one that you liked, that you loTnd?''.  In tlie MooullrUt.  "I love you more than 1 can tell!" hu  exclaimed passionately.  "Well," she answered coyly, "they  say actions speak louder than words."  ���Sonicrvillc Journal.  S< v i-i*   L-cM   Sea aide,  "Babies   nevei   .tret   seasick.     I   have  curried thoe-'ii I'd*, of tlieiu in my time,"  said tin A int>r'e:iii line .-.tew.-u d.snccortl-  ing- 11*  the   I'liihulelpliin   Kecoid.   "and  in rough we.-ill.er I '  :-, e see;! -heir rather.**.   I,..-',ber-*.    bun !ier.-5   und   sisiers  kei-l over l.l;e soldicis lit fore a cannon  ball;    but    not    ;-;j    with    the    bab.e.1*.  Whether   it   he   rough 'or   smooth    .-it  Sen,   a    baby   I��   always   an   excellent  Hailor���rosy.  Jolly anil   with   the nppe-  lile of a   horse.    Do you  know (he explanation of this singular fact?    Il  is  as simple as Ihe l';u-t  is strange.     Babies don't get seasick because they art'  iieeiisloined  to  (lie rucUng of Ihe cradle.    That movement is much like Ihe  rock ing of a ship.    A baby aboard ship,  therefore,  im merely a   b.iby   in an   un  usually big era ill e, ami r In re Is nothing  odd lo lifiti about Un* rocking, for it is  wiiat   he   has   been   -irciNiuiiied  his life."  lie who gives a trille meanly is meaner than tho trifle.       I..OV5-   Dt-nitdiliiK;  Trecn.  The advantages, of low branching  trees are that tho fruit hangs so near  the ground it is not injured by dropping,  the thick shading of the trees prevents  the growth of grassland weeds under  the branches, the trees are not so liable  to be blown over or the limbs broken  by hard winds.  to  all  Blritiiii^liaiii'H   HotiNC-K.  Birmingham. England, has upward  of 40.000 back to back houses and iiJX'0  courts which are entered by tunnels  from the street.  Hnrlc   Shirt*.  Shirts and hats that are never In  need of ironing are worn by the In  diuiis of tin- interior of Bolivia. They  JlIV made of (he bark of tt tree, which  is soaked in wair until (be liber ia  softened ��mi iiiL*i, beati-u wi(h stones  to make it pi able.  A   .llmilii c'h   DdiiNltui.  One of Cn- di-Iiisiuiis of {, lunatic recently scut to an iixyhiin at Ararat,  Vleloi-ia. was Ihat lM- was being pursued by a gho.*-t which had come all  the way from Hie C.iK,.,. mountains, hi  Ir.-lnnd. to haunt him  A  box  -i  inches deep  inches   long  inches deep.  sud l y  long b  I*roi>erl.v 'Applied.  care will kill a cat" is-true,  If, when in rang-e you'v.* got one,  bu use your care in squinting thro  Tlie sights upon a Bhot(*-un.Y  of lUixir.s.  un-!)."* mii:::i-e iiiid 4 1-5  will i-'ini.1'hi ti'!'.* quart: S  hy -1 iiiclns wide and *1  one half gallon; .S inches  1A> inch, s wide and -I inch's  VI<'<   lllll    | n    |[ ItKsltl.  The Hiissian miliary ,,(��� (jnance monopolizes ��he aleohoi indnstrv and  ����...<��� idea of the ���,.���������,. of tll0 on,I)||t  "lay be gained by tbe fact that G.000.-  OHO.0U0 corks are u*-e  third of v.  m en I wot ks  'innually. one-  ileh are produced in govern-  That  equality of  ,        III.**  Siiiiei-ior,  "Do  ytm   believe  in   the  the sexes?" ;  'Tes,  I  do,  but I  wouldn't like my  wife   to   know   it."  We mdKe Granby Kubbers and Overshoes out of  pure/WW. rubber. Can as much be said of any other make?  Tho   Iiic.Mi..!,,��,!i,I,..   Divcrsi,,,,.  Mai,  raiifsi's.  lest I,Is llMtrrow" tuine;  Jliro.mli 8���oris of every dime,  But l upjd mays jU:-;i onb old e.,���,e  And Wins it every time..  the  maker more, but they cost the'-wearer less, for  pair does the work of two pairs of ordinary ^rubbers.  " Graiiby Rubbers wear liRe iron."  l��wafvp^;3��S,pWft -��-:^^  KMRl��um*.fl(,��4  X1T  >ves  )il is a  buck-  >sorb3  Oil or  1 and  rined.,  o  I dry. ,  THE' MOYIL LEADER.-  "if  MOYIE,    B.    0.  MISERABLE NIGHTS  Y  .   ' '.ifiXTS FOR HOUSEWIVES.  .   <; What  to   do   with  yesterday's  tuut-  " ton- -oatyit yesterday.  ��� '"So-,'ps'-should be made the day be-  T tore ���i hey are required���never the day  -���' after'..     , ,  >  ,;' For ' keeping ' the bed deliciously  ' cool  in the summer months there is  -nothing like sleeping on the sofa.  'Vo ?make    jieople     feel     at  home���  /'Visit', them at their own houses.  '��� 'To'-' prevent  sunburn���Keep  in  the  t shade.-1 - ,   '  ��� The best thing to do if you desire  , ^td", have*- so ft,   white  hands���Nothing.  -' ''?-*;<*}' 'TAKE NOTICE.  ,' -, During the year the space devoted  ;to.^advertising M I X A 11-D 'S LL\T-  "j'.MJEX'T wilt contain expressions of no  *"���- urjw'rtain sound from jieoj.le who  ���' ",speaKi,'from personal experience as  ,  'to\\U\&\ merits of this  best of Ilouse-  ' - hold   Remedies'. a  "   , ���*.' ,-'������'   ��� r'  %��y '    .  -UBi '���"   "  ���>Vt  ,t ',   -" ,.���*���������������  ���-������-������  - Tg^There has   been   a  -"stei'duin  Zoological  the   Ant-  11    is  S'ju.'ife mid,  i inches King  hn-lula u^\>,  filuure and  "i; U Inches  ���id 10 liii-hcj  Is; 2-1 indies  id 14 inches  Is; 2-1 inches  id 2S inches  j Like It.  fo drinking  leans man to  ���e is no other  .suss .-������0 jjood.  .'ew Otieaus  ���> which hold  ���ater caught  ���s-t and best  ��� my notion"  is used, the  esirahle.   It  In northern  ���-r doeu not  t as It floes  am, let mi  how to run  ample, nud  lies uud, in  e mulufar:'-  nly not, sir I  [ -all those  1 ha vi' been  hunted for  irnt, "a lot  pier to josh  dou't see  fun at our  ie  to club  * kepi, p-'ir-  e a shiiila  ,��� is mean-  munching  i so near  jrouping,  prevents  Js under  so liable  s broken  upward  nd O.iXH)  tunnels  fire   at  ���ysterduin  Zoological gardens  ' ' -��"qBaid   to  have, been caused  by  a cai u-  ��� y-'-lGHH smoker who threw away ah tin-  -;SJexUnguished match, ' which lighted  '+'*;'tlie  tapir..  -a'2/>You cannot'be hupiiy while you nave  Vconis*.    Then   do   not  delay   in   getting    a  V-r'bOttlu of Uolloway's Corn Cure. It rt-  ' ' .-'Yiiioveh all kind*, of corim without jiain.  .   '",-,-.Failme   with   it   is   unknown.  , . :���> "-'A.'. i*  '^y/^Sot'ie women grow weary trying to  ^iijobk'"young,   ljut-they     do   .not   tire  -.1 -ihVinVelves half as much as they tire  ' pothers*.,  , A~t:$   -���!.' _   ^'fjUnaril's Liniment is tlie best.   .  lyyiLiiro'  Queen   Victoria,    Queen    Alex.-  ��� T'tyondla^lias, tombstones     erected  over  ;,'the..graves of her pet do'gs. At Sand-  .." 'Virihglnvm are the graves of two dogs.  ,"Va*'Siberian ,and  a  St.   Bernai.l,    and  yon'f.'th'&.,iSiones     are " inscribed     their  ��� -'jhaiiies-^the length of time  they were  ��� owncUii't'y  Queen Alexandra,  and   the  , ,3a\cs'6f their deaths.  What  to Do When  15��by  In Fretful Mtct  It is wi ong to take up a wakeful  baby from the cradle and walk it up  and down the floor all night, it demoralizes the infant and enslaves the  parents- liaby does not cry for the  fun of the thing; it-cries because it is  not well���generally because its stom-i*  ach is sour, its little bowels congested, its skin hot and feverish. Ite-  lieve it and it 'will sleep -all night,  every night growing stronger in proportion. Just what mothers need is  told in a letter fj-dm Mrs. te. .1.  Flanders, Marble-ton, Que., who says:  " J cannot say too much in lavor of  Baby's Own Tablets. They'' have  worked like a charm with my baby,  who was very restless at night, but  I'.aby's Own Tablets soon, brought  quiet sleep and rest. J shall "never be  without a box while I have a baby."  Baby's Own Tablets cure all minor  ailments of little ones, and are guaranteed to contain no opiate or harmful drug. They ,are sold at 25 cents  a bo.\ by ali tlctleis. or you can get  Inerti by mail, post paid, by writing  direct Lo the Dr. Williams' .Medicine  Co.. Brockville, Ont., or, Schenectady,   N.V.  When a man's collar gets unbuttoned in church and begins, to ,cliinX)  up the back of his neck be niiu,ht as  we'll g( t up and go out; the sermon  will  not do  him  much  good.  Minard's Liniment Cures LaGrippe.  l.ucl-  is a combination of on opportunity   nnd  the man.  JTi-hn vour children to irrow strong -"i*1  rohu.M. liv counti'ractlng miything that  cn.11.*���<���'�� ill-lieuth. Cine (jn-jit cause if di.s-  r-<i(*c in'rhiUli.-n is* worms. Heinii*. f tliem  with Mother C! raves'' Worm Exteririinii-  tor.   Ji  riuwr  foi's  ^C,^.i  we  the  Dr.  '..;������ Martyr of us might be happy if  yditl ;Wt'."'SufTcr from  disorders of  * liver.,-s'jThen   we   ought   to     use  ,-. August ���"'" Koenig's    Hamburg   Drops,  ;'. \yh*.c,h'"cure   the  disorders   and    bring  the.'w'Kdle system  to  a  healthy con-  1   A man  with a Jot of money should  be satisfied with his lot.  F-*on.e   people   experience  but  ���Villicully   iiv making  fools   of  selves.  little  thetn-  l."XKC2L"AT-,Mv:D.--Mr. 'Tlios.. Brunt, Tv-  ondinaKii. Ont., writes :���'; I h��\e to  thank vou for lecoiiMin'iidiinr Dr. Thonias''  Kcb-rtric Oil for ble.-dincr nilcs. 1 *,m>.s  troubled with thcni i lor nearly fifteen  years, and tried almost c>\ pry thing ,.1  t-on'd hoar or think of. I have nou been  free from tho <lisl lessmg i-omplaint ' for  nearly eicb.ieon months, i hope you .will  continue   to   recommend   it ''  ditionir,'/���  -*,-* *%'..:-.-ir'S."  ' ->i^C.n-JsZare  weak    creatures' nt  best,  j yet.-Ah'o^'yyeakest of    the'm  is capable  -. -l'of;,tJirb,wing' a. -strong man , over with  "   the^greatest of ease.  ������yyy^y li_ _  y ���BewareJ;,cf Ointments for Catarrh  yy.;AThat Contain Mercury.  .,-. -*.....y .-*,.. - ,  'as.-'morcury will  surely destroy  the sense  .olt.'?smell/-'' and     completely    derange   the  * "who'lo  system   when    entering   it  through  "i the '.mucous surfaces. Such articles should  ���'   -'ney'er ^-.be, used    except   on     prescriptions  from ''reputable   physicians,   as   the   .liiin-  ':age -they will do  is ten-fold  to  the !_���>������<'  -    you/ canv" -possibly       deriie    from    theni  '-Ha'll's ^Catarrh  Cure,  manufactured   by F.  1 J.* .Cheney   &   Co ,   Toledo,   O..   contain**  *? no mei;cury.  and  is  token  internally,  act-  - Ing'.cliroctly  upon   tho  blood   and  mucous  surfaces,* of  the  .system.   Sn  buying' Htill'*-  1  Catarrh1 Cure  bo  sure  you   get   the  genu-  * Ine.-It: is taken internally, and made in  Toledo. O., by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-  titnpnials   fiee.  , ri".'-S6ldtbv  druggists.    Price,  75c  per  bot-  tla.-i-fS-:. '  ..Hall.'s. Family   Pills  aro  the  best.  ;*i"*'i.v..'l,-   r   .."V-   ,  ."TTiough   the   wind   is   invisible    the  same-cannot be said of a sight draft.  If the average woman knew what  her, neighbors say of her she would  piohahly talk about them worse than  ever.  If a man always -pays cash he is  entitled fo a lot more credit than he  ever gets '  . The easier it is for, a man to run  into debt .he harder it is for him to  get  uffead.  A   lax\   num . is    always  work  other  people.  trying   to  '   In      washing     woollens'    unci      flannels.  Leer's   Dry   Soan,  <u.'  ,io\vdei)    will      be  v e i*y   .*-a t i s f a c t o r.y.  found  ..Naturally the man who leads a  crooked life is unable to keep both  feet in the -straight and narrow  path.  A mule imagines he' has a iiii<.-,ical  voice���and a good many people seem  to he built on the same misirkc-..  pl..:..  _ Hors.es are like eggs. > It is impossible'toe tell 'what's in them until  they'��re broken.  In* his  Vegetable Pills. Dr. Pnrmelee  has-'given to the world the fruits of lorn;  scientific research in the \\ hole realm o'  medical, science,   combined   with   new   and  ', valuttblc discoveries never before known  to-'man. For delicate and debilitated  Constitutions   Parmeleo's   Pills  net  like  a  l Charm,'- .Taken in small doses, the effect  '    is-both"? a   tonic,  and   u   stimulant.   mildl\  - exciting the secretions of the body, giving,*'tone  and   vigor.  VS*'!? '��l'j��'  ., a yf*yr, ;���  ._' When'.some men give a dollar to  charityethey manage to get two dollars* worth of satisfaction from the  contemplation   of  their  generosity.  h Liniment for Rheumatism.  20 MILLION BOTTLES  SOLD EVERY YEAR.  ' A3:     :   Tho.���'nnore you     pelt  a tanner  the  lever In  *botier''fie neeins to 1  ke it.  the In  i.   They  Ask* o.y conceited  man   a question  :, which  and  he.   will    never  say,   "I     don't  fiber ia  know".!'*-'  l stones  i  Ari, upright  life  is a safe ono  under  any system of religion.  uitic re-  Ararat,  ng pur-  oine all  a ins, In  Two good listeners may be friends,  but,t\vo good talkers���never .  All ,orts of useless things  be found, in the upper stories  and old houses.  are   to  of men  MAMTS.  'Compiled   from  The  Commercial1)  ilanitoba wheat has been dull but  firm iliii. week, and prices have only  declined ic to 4'c on the week as  against Ik to 2c decline in United  Statt/3 markets. There is a steady  dtjnsijid for wheat, both for nearb3'  an-1 future delivery, and it is only  lestricted by the unwillingness of  holdeis to let. go of more than they  are doing. 'At the,close of business  last week prices weie: Xo. 1 hard,  70c; 1 northern, 68c; 2 northern,67c;  'i northern, G.Yic. For February delivery: 1 hard, 70^.;; 1 northern, 68..;  2 northern, 67��c; 3 noit,hern, OoAc;,  and for Jluy delivery: 1 hard, 7-lJc;  1 northern, 72^c; '2 northern, 70Jc-;  and '1 nortliei'ii, GS^c, all in store,  Foit William, Fort Arthur or Uu-  luth.  J-LOUR���Demand is active and  price-i steady. Best Hungarian' i'a-  teiu Js worth %2 per suck of 08 lbs.,  delivered to the trade; Glenora patent. ->J .iSo; strong bakers, Sl.5f5; and  XXXX  at  SI.25.  :.llJJ,FKI':i;��� Uran is quoted a t 'SI o  per ton ii; sacks, and shorts, at SI*  per ton.  f'.'lTS���The price of oats keeps  I11I4I1 not witlistaiiding ihe current ,be-  fi'-f that stocks'in farmers' hands'are  veiy lar'.^e. Car shortage is the  jiruicJi*.; 1 reason given' for continued  high prices, and no doubt this Ifas a  good deal to do with it. If trwns-  portiiUuu 'were easy to obtain dis-  tribtition ' would be free and prices  lowoy While there is a'good demand  for osfts there hs also a, large supply,  and tn. outside market will have ..to  be found for some of these. This will  piobahly be forthcoming, ��� as already  some inquiries have been received  from foreign ports nnd at least one  largo oider placed.. Xo. 2 white  oats are worth i28_c per bushel ai  Fort "William. On track'at Winnipeg  this f;i-ade is worth 27 to 28 cents  per bnphel, and' about 2-"Sc is the  price for feed white. ' At country  poinlt' farmers are getting 20c per  bushel  at central  points.   *  HARLriV���The market has declined  as hicnj brewers have about all the  barley they want at present. The  best price they ofTer today is 2Sc foi  Xo. M extra in carlots on track. Feed  barley  is  worth   25  to  26c.  FTA Y.S FED���Market nominal.  PI'ELTZ���The market holds steadj  at '.30c per bushel of 50 pounds, delivered   in   Winnipeg. ���  11AV���Dealers are paying $6 fo  S6.50 per ton  for carlots on  track.  J'OTATOES���35c per bushel.  F.UTTJCR ��� Creamery��� Creameries-  are asking 2(5c per pound from cit_,  customers   for   choice   makes.  DU'lTi^R���Dairy���Very little buttet  is coining in and the market is quiet  at 'undianged prices" Dealers . aie  paying 21c per pound mjt at Winnipeg for .dairy separator butter iu  bricks, and 1-1 to 17c net for choice  tub butter.  OIJEI--1&10���The price is firmer at  IM to  l'i���c per pot-nd;  EGGS���Kggs are scarce and have  advanced to 22c per dozen, net, in  Winnipeg,   subject   to  crindling.  DRESSED POU'ETRY���Dealers are  oll'erinjj in a wholesale way 10c per  pound ��.*��������� chickens, dressed; 9_-c to  10c for ducks and geese, and 15c for  turkeys.  DRESSED BLEATS ��� Beef, city  dressed, 6'to 6Ac per pound; country  stock, +c under these figures; mutton,  ri to 9i; latnb,  lljc; hogs, 7c.  H1 UEri���Country frozen hides are  hi :ngin(?;' from 6c to 6Jc per pound,  de!i\ei-ed at Winnipeg, less 5 pounds  ta: e.  sheep pelts,   50  to  GOc.  \\ OOL���Market   nominal.  &EXKCA ROOT���Last purchases  were nmtie at 5Sc per pound for clean  dry  1 not,   delivered  at  Winnipeg.  Wonderful  Kidney  Cures     By     Dodd's  Pills   Causing  Much  Talk.  Dame   Joseph   MWette.    of   SU    RoHalre.  , 7oll�� of Her    X^iiinh,  anil    How   Ktsslly  Slit* Gut  Hid of Tlieui.  St. Ilosaire, D'Arthabasca, Que.,  Jan. 5 ���(Special)���Among the peojile  of this neighborhood there has been  much talk of late of the numerous  cures resulting from the u.sq of Dodd's  Kulnev Fills. Such diseases as Rheumatism, Backache, Heart Disease  and even Catarrh have yielded ieud-  ily to this wonderful remedy, and  people are fast learning how important it is that the Kidneys should be  Kept in shape to perform their dutj  of removing impurities from the  blood.  One of thosrj who speak out, often  and earnestly for the good that.  Dodd's Kidney J 'ills have done is  good Dame .Joseph Milette. She suffered from Kidney Complaint ami Catarrh and is now completely cured  It is nototo be wondered at that she  s j teaks  as, follows :  "I sudered mucit from malady of  the Kidne\s. it sell led in the loins  and gave me great pain and discomfort, r took two boxes of Dodd's  Kidney   Fills  and  am   perfectly well.,  lJodd's Kidney Fills are a grand  remedy for me. I give Dodd's Kidney Fills my certificate from a big  heart."  Many others, once suffererd butnow  in' gootl health, unite with Dame  .Joseph Milette in singing the praises  of Dodd's Kidney Fills. They have  pto\ed conclusively that no disease  arising from diseased kidneys can  stand   before  them.  33^52335322*3^  ��233388  ASK    POR  v  >JI��� JUCIatl J u^muw^.-rr.  tteiicious fiayer-^-=-- Free from hulls.      Warranted Pure  Put up In all sized packages.  ami t*i wnui<i.i(UMi.  ���^liO'SJ  unganan  As now manufactured, the great Family Flour,  insist on getting " OGILVIE'S," as they are better than tho best.  wave:   ��mo   e:quai ,  duM- AAt/ J>7t<t ���  the/ y��ts <?tusmJ3 ff &*f &  afzh:  you' 'building?  IR-    SO  USE EMY'S  IMPEUmmS SHf-ATHING  THE BEST EEJ.'LD'NG PAPER HADE.  X'o man is a good talker unless litis able to shut up when he has said  enough.  Sward'? Liniment is best Hair Restorer'  ' When the .'heroine drops her' eyes  the novelist always forgets 'to have  her pick thetn up.     , -.  Severe colds are easily cureil l*v the  u��e oi Ric!*Je's Antl-Conbtimptive Syrup,  a ij-t'cli'-i.'ie of extraordinary [leiit-trtuinii  and htalin-r jiroiierlies. It is acknow-  It'djred bv those who have a^ed il us ht-  irnr trie "best medicine sold for couLrhs  colds, inflammation of the luii^s, and nP  alTc'ctii.ns of the th'roat and chest. Its  aj.reeniilnneFS to the taste makes it n favorite   with   the   ladies  nnd' children  'Ask the' devil to dine with you  once and you can count, on hini us a  regular  boarder. *>  Woman may never break into parliament, but she will continue to be  speaker of the house just the same.  , It Is  very much Ntron^cr nnd thicker   than ��ii_r^7)tiii=r^-(iji.rred or  building-)  paper. It is impervioiiH to wind, keeps out cold, keeps In heat, carries no imell  or odor, ttbsorlis nJ> moisture, inipnrtx no ta-ite or flavor to miyttiing "with  which it comes in conta.-t. It Is iarjjely u.->e<t not only for Hl>eetlii�� hoases, but  , for lining cold storage hutldln^s, rcfrlgcrfetoro,, diiirifh, cr��'a.iiiei-i<*H, and all  places where the object is to ke��;p an even and uniform temperature, and at  tha name time avoiding dainpneim.  , Write our Agents, TKKS & PJSKSSE, "Winnipeg, for *tt].:plen.  -TME  E. B.EDDY CO.,  L_l im Ited,  HULL.  iB^jmiiBaiHriafa'a's^m  POINTED  QUESTIONS.  .r^TV  Happiness Is tha absenco of pain, and millions navo been nnadu happy through belne  cured by St Jacobs Oil of RHEUMATISM,  NEURALCIA. TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, LAMENESS, SCALDS. BURNS,  SPRAINS. BRUISES and ail pains for which  an external remedy can be applied. It never  falls to euro. Thousands who havo been declared Incurabls at bath.3 and in hospitals have  thrown away their crutches, being cured a/ter  usine St. Jacobs Oil. Directions In eleven '  l��n_>ua_res accompany every bottle.  ����i��w>  A Common  CO   1110-  y,   and  output  ,0.000,-  r. ono-  .overn-  The, mirror isn't a wise-looking  piece, of furniture, \et it does a lot  of reflecting.  The man who is trying to lead a  double life is generally a man who  can't live one decently.  Tnrklvb   Harem*.  Ia*,every harem of any pretensions in  Turkey there are French, English and  German governesses. .In ,Constantinople there is a great high school called  the "Gate to Knowledge,".where Turkish girls are being trained as teachers.  I.Icorlce  Root  IJcdm.  It is stated that large beds of! licorice  I-.   coot exists in an unimproved condition  In the northern Caucasus region, near  the shore of the Black sea.  , IIovn    III    India.  Only ten boys i;   a -'hundred receive  any education at .- II in India.  When toned up by  Dick's Blood Pvirl-  fier   will   give   ��a  much and as rich  milk aaahighly  bred aristocratic  Jersey cowgives  upon or-  dinary  feed, and  a Jersey  cowwhen  given.  BLOOD PURIFIER  will wonderfully increase her yield  of milk. It eaves feed too, because  a smaller amount of well digested  food iiatisfies the demands of the  ���VBtem aud every particle of nonr-  eleliment sticks.  60 cents a package.  LeomluE, Miles & Co., Ageats,  KONTTtEAIU  "L1V10   STOCK.  (_\AT'JT.T-:���The market o is quiet.  I'-'ncst steers are worth -lc; butchers'  onimaiy, L5-ic, and from that down  to "J.lc, according to quality. There  is  nothing  doing   in stocker cattle.  SHEEP���Worth 3^c per pound o(T  curs bete,    Lambs,  4J* to 45c.   ,  HOCS���The market is unchanged  at Gc per pound for hogs weighing  from 100 to 200 pounds. TTeavies  and liqltLS are worth  ��  to lc less.  ZVllLCir COWS���There are very few  milkers to be had, and prices arc  firm at ��.'10 to $-l-r> each, for such as  are to be had, according to quality.  IlOItSIOK���There is a good demand  HOI'SIOS���Trade is now confined to  a limited dt-maiul for general purpose  horsi's. fiir which. prices Mill rule  hij^b (1 nod teams of work hor.*-.i'*>  ar<.' uorlli $.500 to $100, according  to  won-,lit. and quality.  A man's shadow is like most of his  friends, it only stocks lo bim iu  sunshine.  Men     admire  than   handsome  are  scarcer.  clever     women   moro  ones,   because     they  It   1*1   tiliiio.--:   :.ri   hard   to   kepp   a   friend  as   U   i^i   lo   lo-**.-  i.a  Hiifiny.  TJic I}nl>bltt  Reputation.  The Governor���Colonel, don't ,yoa  know Judge Blank? Shake hands with  him. '       "',  The Colonel- Ah, you -are Judge  Blank of illankville?    y  The Juclge���-Yes; I31ankvi.Ho ,1s my  homo.  The Colonel���Of coarse I know you  by-reputation then.'    '  The Governor���Colonel, don't you  know,it always make's me feel mighty  uncoml'orUiblc when a man says that  about me���that he knows me by repu-  kitionV  The Colonel���How is that, governor?  Why should It make you feel uncomfortable?  The Governor���Because, by jingo, I  always, wtiu'der which reputation he  means.  Put     Yourself     111     tlie    Other    One's  , l'lacc 11111!   Anstver.  The great task of sound ethics is to  stimulate the social imagination. ATe  must bo continually prodding our sensc-  of social consequence to keep it wide  awake. \Y<�� must he asking oursohe*-  at each point of contact with thp lives  of others such pointed questions as  these:  How would you like to be the tailoi  or washerwoman whose bill you have  netrlc'ctod to pay?  How would you like to be the'eus  tonier to whom yon are selling these  u tlu It era ted or inferior goods"/  How would yon like to be tbe in  vestor in this stock 'company which yon  arc promoting with water?  How would you like to be the employ  er whose lime and tools and material  you are wasting at owry cbauce yon  uft to loaf ami shirk and neglect the  duties you are paid to perform?  How .would you like to be the clerk  or saleswoman it) tho store .where you  are reaping extra dividends by imposing harder conditions than the state of  trade and the market compel you to  adopt?  How woii-d you like to be the stoker  or weaver or mechanic on the wujips  you pay and the conditions of labor  you impose?  How would you like to be the btisi-  uess-rivnl whom you deprive of his little all by using your gicatir wealth in  temporary cutthroat* competition? ���  William De Witt Hyde in Atlantic.  HALCYON h'OT SPRINGS  -<^ b- r o ***�����  L_s*l*��<  Bimiutert mldet scenery unrirailed 'tq*^  grandeur. The must coinrilete haa.lt]>> per-  *ort on th�� continent of North  America.  It* baths euro till Norvoui and Mtra*��&-  lar diteme'i. Its wnteri hen] *13 EidB,��^%  liivor and StomHoh atluaenui.  They ar�� a ncrer-falUng romody for alb  'thf>uni.itto troubles,  TiCKM">  tl3 to $18  par  w��ok,   ��eo��*AUj.  to rasidsno* in  Hoi*)  or v ilia*     " ,  Advises   after   you   enjoy   your   Christman  Turkey,   continue   the   pleasure   by   amok  LUCINA  CIGAR.  So  other  has   that  peculiar  sweet flavor  Manufactured  by  OEO.    t=".    E-JF2'Vrjatl>a    &    GO  The average man is generous to a  fault���if it happens to be one of his  own; and he treats it'so well it stays  with him.  '���It  is. all   well    enough   to  tailor by his clothes.  iudt  I: ��.-Ii(*. ion.  At'. at:.in of i:n%\ lulled kind  The I libit   ii.iv,   1 ��� . ,,\ls,  'It in a spi.-ialid  ilii'i v,  v. *'  lli"l  I"or jji.-s.siii^ aatuiiui ,h av.-.i.  Ardenne.s   I'oaoherM.  rohchors in the Ardennes are ingenious. One had the heels of his boots  fixed under his toes, so that his trucks  Appeared to be'going in an opposite direction. Hares nnd other j;aine are scut  to Brussels in firkins of butter, so that  the scent shall notL betray them.  An 01)j��.*.-t  Lesson.  ��� A French reformer delivered a lecture at Lyons against corsets nnd lacing. In course of the lecture a woman  fainted. It proved, to be the'lecturer's  ���wife, who wore a corset and,was too  tightly laced.  twe:   best.  stock   e=-oao.  Ragged clothes quickly���  that's what itommon soaps  with " premiums���" cost; but  REDUCES  EXPENSE "  Jl&& for tbe Octagon Bar ��l*  Down Sick with a Cold  If we could ooly convince you how easily  5*ou could cure a cough or a cold by using-  rays  of  il  I Red Sortice Gun:  0  l   there would be less pneumonia aticl can  j   sumption.   It will cure yuurcoldas quick-  ;   ly a.-i you caugfhtit.  v Alt pniffiflsts ?5 cents.  ^3; i.'grraasaaaaaMggffigEswaaaagsaag^^  A Vetersnary Conditioner..  ���Winnipeg;.   March   5,   1902.  W.  G.   Poiiplas.   Esq.  Pear Sir���This is to, certify that I ex- ,  iiininoci \V. G Douglas' formula for the  Condition Powder, "Carr.efac," and think  it fxcels. any food ever put before the  puhlic for purifyinir the blood and fu.t-  tetung purposes*.���-Vours, GEO. 1\ ,MUn-  RAV.   v.a.  You  can obtain  it. from  your dealer  T.   H.  METCALFE  &  CO,  Orcln nnd Oommlsr.ion Msrohanta.  Illitli.-nr j)rli*t-i ruld for wheat, oau, bav*-  !<������ or flax In i Ri'ltit*.. \Vlro or writ* me  for prl<-.*< before tellinj;. Liberal adrtn*  v��t mud.' on roimlffiiineutc and h��ndl��<1  on corumli*il.>ri.    Ltcot.nvd And Bocdtd.  V. O. Box 3SO, WI��nli��'Kt 3Iaa.  rtiti i/unHty Htaiiilaid from Ofi��n.n If  Oi-M.ll. Vuur moiitr Vack ijT not oifcv  isla.'-Ciiry. -  KONK A LA L'UMMi; Affta.. MONTRE*!  The I'^iench government is to plow  a furrow fifteen hundred miles lung  U'-ross the. Xorth African desert i'rn"i  Tunis to Lake Tchad ami lay a cable  In it, -both to be done-at oiu- operation. The plow, drawn by ah engine  and moving a mile an hour, will  open a furrow thirty inches deep and  lay tho cable  in   the bottom.  DRUNKENNESS  A   DISEASE  end c*Q be cured'nt  THE KEELEY: fiNSTITUTE  1S3 Osborne 8t., Winnipeg,    Established 1S80.  OT��r 800,000 cares.    Don't  l.o  deceived   If you  want a care��� Tak��   Tb�� Ke��l��y   wher* >oo  M,r�� trsatad by  a   qualified  physician.    Cor.ra*-  pondonca strictly prtvnr��.  U'A N'TKD���Kresli. wo'l maile.    Also ewirs of th�� .  year A.;.   llWt.    If noiie'n.r.v.  t ;i he undress and'  .-hip-later.   , We.   -*hip 'Pretut   frozen,  so that it -  cut.** and e.'it..-' like new made. ���  Winnipeg Co-Cpcrativc Society.  The Bakery,   Gor. Elgin and- Kena St.,  .Winnipeg.. l-'.'n-i-,-;;o,uie!,ici> solicited.  T!u- iiN't-rtigi.- wil'.* (iislikes 10 uy.k  her bi'sband for money almost om.v--  tt-iilh a.*, bad tts he tiislil;e:> is. haw,  tier  do   it.  iban   it,  ���asier   t o   bi-ag  01 'one  is   t.)   boast   ul'   niie's  Mil. ure  iast.  ymi   meet  Wliei  ��� t.'s . dotigbniit s  leu   i\   sure  rui'v  worthless   man  (0   I'udL-e   he   can   tell  for   corns.  %Av<",     JM*.      ��J.      rs��c������.     AIO. <?-.
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«.wja nci-*ff ?res
If tlie Liberal party v.-ill not give an
tiicreabetl duty on lead. tlu;n the peo
Vho v;ili have to"look to the Oonii-.iva-
'.Ivt&for relief. It the Libcial:,'-\i--h to
Y-uii any figure iu British Columbia at
\he next general Dominion election
they will enact, legislation favorable to
tbe wishes of the residents of this
25e.rorbor,wcwillgi'.o  you J ^f,  77j   (^JJ'RD
Trail Is Vtsry Jlidisuant.
'rrail, Jan.  13.—The' statements of
'Smith Curtis, member of   the  provincial legislature for this  district, aa  set
"forth,in the pamphlet issued by  him,
were   repudiated   and     roundly    denounced as antagonistic to the welfare
' of the leiui industry  at a  largely  at-
"tended mass meeting  here tliid  even-
■ing. > '  -
" Tho sentiments expressed in resolutions • to the trade ■ and labor cotihcil
brought out a great number of tho
laboring class, and a resolution on the
subject was passed with enthusiasm.
Omitting a lengthy   preamble,   the
ie:=olution ia agfollows:
Ilesolved, that wo, the citizens of
Trail, in masa meeting assembled; <-lo
hereby repudiate absolutely tlie
pamphlet in (]uestiou; and condemn
the motives which promoted it, that
we do heartily endorse the action of
'the tailvtsr-lead. miners, whose interests
we believe to bo identical ivith ours,
and we do further urge upon the
Dominion government the necessity
of granting such duties as the silver-
lead miners have suggested; thereby
'placing our mines oh as If ast aa good
ii basis as are thoso in foreign' countries working under similar conditions,
particularly those to the south of us,
in Idaho and Montana.
l'.ili Kyo'c ltaSiiVotry  Co-.?.
According to a story that ia going
the roundfl of a number of the
newspapers; the late Bill Nye wrote
this    advertisement:
"Owing, to my ill health 1 will sell at
my residenco in township nineteen,
range eighteen, according to the government survey, one plush raspberry "cow
sged eight-years. She in of undoubted
courage autl giyea milk frequently,
To :i man who'does not fear death, in
any form she would be a boon. Bhe ia
very much attached   to   her  homo  by
•bain, b'.it ehe v,ill
:i.uy,u-.iv v,ho -v* 11 agrcj lo t:ea( hor
right. She ia one fourth short horn
aud three-fourths hyuia. 1 will also
throw in a double barrc'.ed shotgun
which" goes with, bor. lc May she
usually goes av<ay for a week or two
and relume will, a tail red calf with
■wabbly legs, Her name io Hose. I
would rather sell hfir to tt non-resident.
-yj-»<n*A*a«x*^-'i a* T r tn.3Mmc-.ya "-s-r*
Why you should buy
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. .    ...   v aidli  .md
'<■   ".i, .-'ic.t.~rTo Z-^oi.ey Kerjuired
IL,v,y Man, Woman, Boy or Girl
hi.s the Game Opportunity   under
our System* ' '
iu order to havo Dr. ^mold's   En'g-j
lisli Toxin }/;iiG plnc-jd in the hands ol j
..11 perearit* suffering !rom   bad   health
sa make tbo   following   iso^t  liberal
If you will dend ua your name and
;.'..',-e:.. anu agree to cell for us twelve
hr,7A-f cf Dr. Arnold's lui^i:3ii Toxin
Pille at 25«
and Chaik in either Ladies  of  Gents
size, or your choice   of1 twenty other
premiums such as a fine set of Jewelry,   Hinge,. Violins, 'Mandolins,  Tea
Sets, Sateen skirts, cameras, etc.    Remember we don't want any jioney
until after you Sell.the pills  and  you
don't have to sell  any  more  than' 12
boxes to get tho  premiums.   This is
a bona fide offer from a realiable  concern that has given thousands  of dollars worth of premiums  to  agents  all
over  tlio   country.      Itemember, also
that Dr. Arnold's English Toxin  Pills
arc a well known  remedy   fbr all  die-
oaoes   of   the   kidney   and    bladder,
Iiright'cs disease, diabetes, rheumatism,
neivous   troubles, -and  female   complaint?, and are for  sale 'by   all   first
class druggists  and  dealers iu medicines hi all parts  of' Hie  world. ■ "You
have only to show them to sell   them.
You are not oiibiing tbe people''something they don't know.    Our- watches
are the regular standard sizo for Ladies
or Gentlemen in nickel or   Gun Metal
Cnsea   with   handsome    illuminated
dials and reliable   time keepers,  watches such   as  no  lady or   gentlOraan
need be, ashamed   to carry,   and   they
will be sent absolutely Free to all who
sell only twelve boxes "of  those  wonderful   Toiriu   Pills.   Write   at  once
and be   the  first  in  your   locality  to
earn one of  those  bteautiful  watches
autl  chain.    As   coon   as   we  receive
your letter or pose' card  we will  send
you poftt paid   twelve boxes,  together
witli   our   illustrated   Catalogue    and
beautifully   coloisd   card  v-'ith    your
name and address   on  as our  authorized agent.    Bear  in  mind   that  you
will not bo   asked   to   sell , any   more
than the 12 bokes and we don't want
any :-io.KEY until after you have  sold
them.    We bear all th'e  expense   and
are only making this liberal offer, as a
method   ol  advertising- Dr.  Arnold's
English   Toxin  Pills.   Bon't    delay,
write  at  once  and   earn   a   beautiful
present for yourself for Christmas;
Address AllKOl-D MEDICINE CO.,
Dept. l'Jl.   51 Adelaide St. East, Toronto, Out
..    >   y e\ oiling in   their
\ A-loria  otreel.    Sojourning
Oud Fellows cordially invited.
fv. J. Hmyxji.
Koble Grand.
P. D. Hows,
Harvey    &   3HcCartex\
Harvey, McCarler & Plnlthiim,
Barristers & Solicitors.
rPibn   iJnlimfflii   Tint
mo JiajibJfuJl Jiui
EjliiUuiiiUiiii       ,_^__	
ARROW, LAKE,  fi/;C.
The Most.Compleie
Health    Resort   on
the    Coniihetlt
Worth America.'
BECAUSE it. is the r<>r(;u:tii _
BECAUSE   it   is   tho   mobI j.a:;tini';
'1KCAU-5E  it   is   tho   i.-.-iniJoT  high
•3'i:tdi- f> 01 J.Ot; l)iug.
..jXAUHK the TAGo Alili vai.U.M!!.!-; for
preiniiim." until J.m.1, J905
'.JiX'AUSE we tiL'AitAi,'TiiE every plug,
an (4
BECAUSE your dealer  is_■ -aulhorzjet],
tti'".rcd'dnd   your   money   if
ou nre- not sn.Ms-rh'd.
'I* v.jm'Ikb Touacco Co,, Ltd.
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+,.,*. w.   convent;
2-TKLSOII, il. C," '.
: . JtJoai-thnjr and. Day S'eltof/1 conducl-
l-u by i!:ic!.oi*-yrs pf.ijt. Jo.-'t-pb!, 'Nelao:i'
;';.■ ■'0.' ■ Contmen-ial anil bu:iiiH.s-.-i
•-;<.i-..:.i>,-:.-.s a   f-p'ocialty,,    Erici'llcnff   and
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.'■ " ,;-::- , ' t'ii':  .-;i's.itli   ;t,syii;VK   the
■       i      In-   'bVjro'ii.-bij.-'iH   (-J    thu
'i.'j.t*   of tti-i'-hitij.;.    Tenne
Its BATES Cure all  ITervous   and
J.Iusculur Diseases.
Jl-3  WATJiiLS     Ii;jal   all    Kidney,
Jjiver ar.U Stomach Ailments.
They   are a.  Neveriailing    Remedy
for all liheurnalic Troubles.
TEEllS-41i5 to ^L8 'per week
cor-Jiug to residenco
Lo per v;cek.   ac-
iu llotel or Villaa*
EMwry-r«atJTn-t=g.Ta3 aa-q-ap.Ti rmiirzz:
■ >&£&$£&*,.     SC-   YEARS'
Thadc Marks
C^opybiohts &c.
Atitodc aomlliiK ft pbctcb nii'J dcicrlptton mnj
ri'ilfkly r.s.c'crtntii our cfvtnlm* free whetlier tin
InTfPllon W probably patentable. C'onrniiinlca.
UonsBtrletlyconfldeutlal. Hhndbookoa 1'atenta
uentlroo. Oldeat ni-9iicy for>ocurlne pittonta.
Piite;its-taken through Munti &. Co.recolvo
M.^cfalitotlc!;, witltout cbarere, In tbe
xv - «y ^ ., ai •tt'**' ^     "nt*..*.'.t.S ■',
AliiintUomisly.llliintvnt<*.d -wfeenly, -Tjiraest clr.
culatlciii ot. nn7 Bcleutlflc lauruol. Itoxns.,%6 a
yoar- four memtba, HI. So dbyall -noTrBdl*t33ors,
' Erttuoh OffittaY «t5 F Bt*®^844nstpD. IJ. C.
^WiM.iYa t^\ii'£
admitted diinnfj teryii.
r-r-^T"TfnnriirMi-"irT"*7-i"ifyrr—r-rr^'1—'""irlnmii'ii  ■      '■' ■ .1' '■''F"*" ■*■ '    111
..^ | .,,..,-     ..,■'.-' ^KO'XICK;  .,'   ._-  _.- .■j;,
Sunrtio Friietional.M.i.uora'l-C-laiiii'^Bltuatc in
the I-'ort Steele UiiningtliviKicn of Easts Koolc-
nay'District, l ■ ' . ; '.' '-, • .
>Vji<2i-c',loer.tcfi':—On Srillivr.n'.hill. . '-'.'
Tf.-kon-otltt-dhatl, ThoB..T,'McViitiC;.. F. M .'
C, ICo. JoGOzbi;, CKont-fcr Ohr.s. C. Farrell, Frcc-
Miricr's. Ccrfiiifinti'i- lve. .13 <3GT6, Intcnii i?.i.\ty
■layg frci'n.thi'. ilr.ti? hereof, "to fi)>p1y to i-lio X m-
imj J'.ocordo; loi'-r. C.;rtilicai.i.- of Ji.;piovJii'n;*.t-,
for tin; put-poM-. of uL.tuiiiiu^ -,.v. oi'ov,-.y G.'-:.miI, of
the i.bovo ci>.:;rii
Notary Public, Accountant, Commission and
IfcsuKAKCE Agent.
B, IC;
George H. Thompson^
, Bakbistkr, Solicitor, No-
■   tary Public, <tc.
Solicitor for the Imperial
Bank of Canada.
CRA.NBROOK.      BbttIsii Columbia.
Do You Want to Make a Dollar? If so
MOYIE'rf  Lliii^fiiU  H6TEL.
The best of' accornniodatious
for tho travelinE'public.
P. J. McMalibn5 Mgr.
^rji»»=Lr->^irf>jjc3 acuc'^nr-raaETra
a       '
, t ^ I
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trouserp, ■ Imported ■   Goods.
MOYIE, ^    B.
'■si /. 'i
Baggage,    Expkek:j   and    Generai
Dzliveuv.5 ■ '    c
Areated WateirsS.of all
Orders Solicited.
Soda Water  and SyphoDs.
0. F
wxr»m*mrmmt fm-T -a-v**x<~xcyrinicgm-j
dueens' Avr.     'MOYIE
i- •      .-•...,       '   .
Freoh and Cured,Meats, Fresh
FishiG-ame ana Poultry. V/c
6upr>lyi ouly tbe Lest. Your
trade, sol ici Led,
Ira   all   the   Principal
*        ' l ' '    ' 1 -L
.1   •
Anil fi.rti-ior take noi U!L-.U,.-.i. £.i:.iit;ii,   iwnk-r . f) if"ipC!     o r\ c\        ^f\\^TVfiX      *iY\
clioiitV, iiium, l.cf-.n/iineiita..! hofore l h>j iss.it-| Vi.bi.O:S    djiLK.*.        AUWiiS       kiX
. 'British-,CbiuiSibla-'
mif;f.' of such (YCrtifico.li; f.f Iinpnr.'onioutS,
Jjat.-jrl thit/-'2iif! li'iv-of AiiKii:-it, .'-IJ-!.
J'or TI10S. X. .UoVJ'lt'Ji-;, .A-if.*nt
HiiADtirjiiit't,..«,„A'op. East Kooxkna^
Stock a Safe Investment at 15 Cents.
i i *    *   t '
Tho first 200,000 of tboso shares have already been Subscribed, an«l' shares are now  soiling at 15   cent
on calls of 2£ conts per month, accordiag to tho terms of tbe prospectus, and tho-1th 100,000 are to"\bc sulci
at 20 cents, tho 5th at 25 coute on the earuo term's.
2,000,000 Shares.   •* Par Value $1 Each.
, LI l ,
Three-quarters of tho  Capital Stcibk in- tho treasury, $10,000 in cash and all demands  paid  to  date"
For further inforcdation apply to tho
Official Brofeerd bf the Aslinola Bmelter Limited*
.PONTON & MURRAY, Toronto, Ont
A. W MOORE &. CO.,,Victoria, ,B.  C.'
C. S. DOUGLAS & CO. Vancouver, "
tV. N. McGA^WON, Mofcriaburgh.Ont..
H. R. CAMERON, .Winnipog, Man.
R. J. STEEL, NELSON, B. Cl    - \
Sroyie,l,B.O. *   -
Head Office of the Company, Room *'A" K-W-0 Block, Nelson, B. C>
'   COBE AIJDF.ESS, "a   ABENOLA,"' NELSON, B. 0.' Code"; Xoreing & Neal. P*.  O. BOX 714/ ttk. ^0. 7&
Funeral Director
Graduate of4C}iampion'College ol tho
United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office aiu
,-ioro, Aihr-n'.s block, near (yunadiau
Bunk bf Commerce. Telegraph: and
mail orders promptly attebdod to.
Cranbrook, - ■> B. G.l
or mw  mnm- an(j Bottle
Bear Always on Hand,
Qu&LLij not excelled. In tho eoiintry.  .Tryjifc aiid
he convinced.
All   Sensible   Peoplo   Travel .by   the  %
Tbe terms \
Are Bynonymoua v.'ith the C. P. B.
Leave koyld »:4'8 p. ih.
Arrive Winnipeg "2nd day 8:50 a. m.
Arrive St. Paul'2nd day 0:*10 p.m.
Arrive Chicago ^rd day 9 :'i0 a. m.
Arrive To'ronto 1th day 2:45 p.m.
Arrive Montreal dth day 0:30 p. m.
Arrive New York olli clay 8:05 a. m.
Oloao  connection for  all
Euctcrn pointn.
Thrtfti-gh Tourist Sleeping
Cars East*
* - *       ��-.    *.
Leave   Dunmcre   Junction   duly  for
St. Paul.
Lcavo   Kootenay    Landing    Tdeaday
.and .Saturday for Toronto and   all
eastern pointc.
i-nrlber-iiiforinatioii   regarding   the
"Only Way" can be   luul    on   application to ..... ..,
h xlttvvacid, Agent, Moyie.
J.B CAKrUK, "IK- -r* CdVJJEi      . .-
-    DiKM'aas.'AKt 'ss'tfio   . T'us'   Agt
Nfclb'oiJ, Vauoonvc.
| TMs Hotel is New and well Furnished. Tho
| Tables are Supplied with the Best the
| Market Affords. The Bar is Filled with
I       the Best Brands of LiefUtir^ &r£& "Cigars.
{}  .   v   • AND MINING MEN . .....
I        II        11'      %JII I    I     HMWII^ ll||—lfclWI«W
When in
WB Wllili B^ PI.2ASE1) TO f*SH YOU
Where you will find thejlargeafc stoc
of general hard ward in East Eootonay
.Mailorders   v,\ -'en   prompt   attention'
^Sls.,TliiKii>ltltlJiE lina'.Pliituljlrigf*
In McGregor Building.
Oiieh Weiidnesdajs
arid Sattirdlay ^
W. A. Stone, 'PhJji;


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