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The Moyie Leader Jul 6, 1901

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 "***s  *  ���*  t-.:  ���-   T   ���  r  A"  -ems-./  /  sBi  FOR Y0UE  GO   TO   THE  M  fJKOYCE I'UAlfM.VCV, JKuotunay Hotel bldg  '-i'  "  Jos. Scir.ucir, Prop.   I>ea<lliis Druggist.  ff-;*-.^*4  N   p  Ml  i-'-j  r*v  jEJSS  ^tof  u  A  /. A!  iLJL -#>--W;^tr~.--:&k^  r  y'   ':.\     yjf   "S,  " "   S3  Hi?  Blood   Oranges,   Pi  apples, Bananas.T  Fri'ib Sn.iwiA-rii'*.*-'. Cherries  and Persian  Dates at  3 L-''#0L.4,N0. 12.  MOYIE, B. C.JULY G. 1901.  ��SA YEAR'  �� :v -���'#  ^^^^-���^^' ��� ^^^���"^S"'"  '���^s-^5'-^^^^'-*^'-^'7"''^--''*'^^^ .*<-.  .  >fers.r-.r^:��ii>"-i��>���3c��-s��'3��'**tj--��f*j-��a^   ��t��^��K  17*  1  Ss*r/*'  i  i. UJL4   iilllU',? JiLll!,    Ifi     IVjLIUJL'U | ,-Jl ������  coii^ja*- \fn    mijTI  i  ���ii  iJiii  Oil!  0 5  And knockdown in pricesiwill com men c  ������    Monday, July 1st, IgOl.' -. -  FDtST itOUiTD. ;        '  QLOTIIING���Fine'^yeed'suits'fi-oni if. ��.00 up to $20.00.  ,    , ,,.      ,   ;���,' SECOND TJOU2-TD.  UNDERWEAR���Full suits from $1.50 to $0.50 per suit.  "THIRD HOUND.  TOP SHIIITS���Good 1 binnid from 50 cts,.to,$'2.50. ,  "      '", FOURTH'ROUND.  HATS���'From 2-3 cts lo a No. 1 fur hat @ -iit.75.  '        ''      -      ' FIFTIL ROUND.  . ,       %    .'.  jfi BOOrS-fMinors* digging alioea ft^m $3.00   tu. ?J-.23.    Fj.i  |fef.      , from"$2:"50 to $-1.75.  Jlkt' tlie "same  time  the !Ivisitors;<wiIl -bo  ' |1|:        shown'the finest   display [of Dress  m  ��� m  *f-*> *    j  (.������" /*i^"'i.'-\-��-5v-  ���kijL. Jj;-^'i l*  Lor  the  TT-  0-.-5  ea^  1BOO at Hand.  ��&  /&  4  m  shoes  w  THE BIG MOYIE MINEB  , Goods ever'shown in Moyie. .  W  ��� Best value ever offered  in  East  Kootenay ior   tho  money.   -Come     ^  'Oarlv anil flecure a  fronCseat.  St.   3S?ijjei:is   Vio-lucoiL   3foro   Lead.  ;my Other .Mine in th'o  Vi-oviiie*".  The annual report of the ministor  of mines'for the year ending December ,'jl, 1900, has becra is.-ued and i*  before the people. 'Ro "fur at* Sout'i  1-nMt Kootenay is fcoijcenied at loa-l il  ii moro thorough and complet-i th,.-!i  e\er before.    The i.e-idi-r lierewith   re-  Tiinnel A, or 100-foot tunnel: Tut:  workings about   700   feet,   comprising |'  tuniifd, J00 fuel: crOidcuc  to  left,  I'll ^-, ��� -,..,. ^^  i Company juooKing For  iiu.iu-'j.j produced    inor<  produce . tiiat   portion  witli the Movie mine.*-';  t'hich    deal.-*  m  ^?  . COMFAEY.  :��� Canadian "' ,bank; ' of. ��� ��� mmm  [    '' 'JPaiditJp Capital   $8,000,000. . -  v- *. it  L BANBlJOBK. B8AHCH.  "   ', -HUBEHT HA1^ESs IVIOR  ���i ^She o Hotel^ for., the - Jmasi  ;^J|     in-.every: respect.; -Sample .Booms  for.  *'** Oommerciai Men.  -'4  ,:���:���:.���" 610 YIB,  Tlie  Fort   Steele   .Mining  enjoys the distinction of having   made  a yre'-.ler incrense in production duri'ng  the year 1900 tiiau'any oilier  iiifl;Vi<I-  u;il ininin-j di',i��ion,in   British Coluni-  l>j'n, the vaiuo'of-. tlio   minora''   output,  including that of the Owlc Nedt Pass  Collieries, havim*; riton Fruin'about half  iinuliioii dollars lo  almost   thie.'i' mi!  liou,,niifl:ioiji i-lii.s division   the   .-e'.iond  producer in Uit-IYovinre, the N.inain^o  niiiiini; tlivi.-i^u beiiuj tlie  first  un   ac  count.,of its large coal production.  c Omitting      the, ' (-ual   production,  winch will he dealt  Witli   Liter  under  that heading, tlm.^iUue of   th*:-  output  of the nitftallifar.iii*-! mine.-* of  the Fort  oceeio division  during' tlie   past, year  (WOO) is ^2;?.LQJol, an- amouut   which'  is only vxceedi- 1   by, tlio Trail   Crack  iniuing'diviiion with a  tiiec.il  prudue-  tio'n to ihe value of Sj.2,739,300.  The iniitailiferous output has been  obtained almost'entirely from the Si.  Eugene, North ,Slar and Suliivan  "mines in the oukr nfunccl, v.\0\ oi  these producing gaiena carrying, ap-  j'proxunalely. half an ounce, or silver  io the per cent of'lead.  .ST.   EUGESJS   CONtiOLIDATED   .MIKIXG  CO.  JIauagei', Jamiis.Cruui", Moyie, IJ. C.  Tliic?   company   has   secun-id     end  ^        -<-    r, *?���   ts- amalgamated under one management'  6#CC���iCC#*S# ^NS&.i&'i all. thos; claims on the hill to tbe east  W> i of the town of .'b-yie, fiom :h��- suiiiiii:t  of 3uoh iiili down to Moyie laki-.-.vhu-h  foe,; cru-.-cut to ligh.t on paralliil vein,  IIS foot; raise on parallel vein, 90 foe: :  siii-e on paraili 1 vein,-10 feet, oto., utr.  Two hundred foot level: Total ivork-  ��� nj-s about l/'i00 feet.  Three hundred foot level: Tunnel,  ���140 feel.; two raises (.10 aud 110 -feet).  100 feet; crosscuts, about-10 feat.      y  Four hmidred-fuot level: Tunnel',  700 feel long,; six ero��d cut,;-, ,120 feet  long.  Tlie greater amount of the ors stoped  hs.,i been^aken from between the 300  and -100-foofc levels.  1 Near tlicrf.ice of the 300 and 000 foot  h-vels a dyke h��s cut the Liad and  iiigli'tly faullered il, having somewhat  ���iiK'Cted the nature and amount of the  deposit, but to what extent will not be  o-.nir.vn until MTe tliivclopment h.i.-. been  i-ds-iije.-d further ahead.  (To yo continued.)  ��� LOCAL    NEWS.  Steele  durins-  ne mine  re , lead  the year  190Q  than aziy other single  Droducer in the Prov-  Smemng facilities:   ^ |ncej or nearly as much  , ��� j as the combined output  P/rv-Q APOTTT^i '>   riniyT j of the entire Slocan.dis-  KA^ALOuT^i A T-J-W trict.-vMiiiister of Mines.,  �����3 tSDOjOQU Ji ?.Ii!/it.h���T.'aitt-,  a Cimsigi  iit/itrtl of Ti-cilo 'Metiliisg.  niii For ri-i*i��ht  -.ma TrcatHjent ,u��dc j     T],'c i't-g^iar monthly meeting of the  j lloyicj hoard of trade was   held  at   the  j Manhattan hotel Wednesday evening',   , " !     It v,Mrs the regular   nieeling  for ' the  ,    ' j election of ofijeer-y bnt it 'w.i**- decided  ���   2,TouV,'ith?tin'ding all .Lhe rumor*- cud j to pospxmo ,-uch   flection   until ^Vcd-  hard look    stories   which   hav��    been j ne-iday evening, duly 17.  iudiiatriDUriiy eircnhi'cd ;i,bouv, the   St.;     ft was decided to oruaniz'**. a lire ,de-  '5ugfne mine of Lire,   the   initio   ami | partihent under  tiib   direction   of   thu  mill are otill running:    Tni'-   some, oi ! hoard   of  trade   and  L: 'A.    Jlickora,  [tlie niGLi have b.".'.'ii '>ii<li oft', but thoy  ! constitute a very small per cent, of the  ';entire force working.' The St. Eugcnu  1 jie'ople are planning to mike a new  deal for handling their ore.,and if thev  a're successful the mine will he worked  thi-5  Andrcv;   Johu.-ton   and  1*\   J',  ymj'th'  wer.i apjiomted a   committe   io   ���*-olieit<  volunteer'memhe rs for the  F.Miie, and  report,  at   tlie  special    meeting    two,  weeks hence.'     ' a  The seeretarv was instructed lo em  ail a larger scalo'lhan   r-vcr.    ?.Iauairer '' muuicate with minister of marine flab*  Cronin I now in    Spokane   and ��� had  .given iho following iiifurni'iti jii to lhe**  >re now sending out on*"tu Ant-  j.i r.  t, jttrnoww eacrzzatrmRBvttttai~=tim-cxm-M**rxrMatx��witEim*B.  .IlinMMft.Tnr. a.M*  V  AM  A  1  !N.,;A. Mackenzie, Proprietor.  Pi^s;-   EvervtSimST^TfP  '   P. Lutner was   in   Fort  wvok.  0 ran brook had  n   good   celebration ! Sp.-)i:i-sinan-lievi��i.v  mi the rirst.        ' , . i    '-'Wi.  Fred Fiepsr v.m�� up from Cranbrook t'v;erp   arid,    to    Kamburg,"   .-aid  Tjcsi1.iv. , J Cronin.    "Th'j freight, ami   lreatmour  Miss" Alexander   was   a" "Cranbrook l''"c' OT1 !t ;'rc --���'<-"-��� ?31 :l lon-     As lhe  \idtor today.  -="*V. H. D.irby returned   from   Kiich-  ouc-r (his morning.  Turn Mickey and wife have rf.titr'ued  from Michel.  i/>ok at lie.ile & 151well'.3 now ad.  ion ,v.ii nf.w'c no mistakj by .in-  :-uring yon'r hou-i'3  with   Bode   &   J'jl-  wdi'/. ,    '; '    ���'  f  Tom ilader returned from ?pok-.ne  Wedno'sdiiy. . ���'_ .   '  (Jti )rgio])c-sauinit'fhas returned from  Hfelson, whore sins was atleudiug  school , -  crips v/ith a view 1 > securing a stock Oi  fi,-h for the lak.'j.  iprop-'rty is shipping 100 tou.-j' a d.-'y,  <^ur bill for freight and troalment slonc  is-i-90.000 n month. The American  mine ownf-rs' aro gifting thoir; o.-v  iiaudled fur a third loss money and arf-  gwtting much higher, prices  -for   their  l.a... .  "Dot-pite this handicap the St. Eugene bus managed to keep up dividends. Wc are not inclined to stand  t. Hi strain indefinitely. We are uegoti-  'iii'ng with oth.er European smelters to  nandle our ore, and we hope  in   make  British Oolumhia.  tatisractory iJrr.-mgemonle.    If we  fail  the mine   will   stop shipments.    This  would not tnelerially reduce Our   force  At the snliool election last Stiiurda*/l0\ vVu'ini-n; Tor we keep   nmst   of   our  miners on'development.    Tbepropery  will bo opened still further, oo aa to be  O.tfivjl:*-*. I^a'ties'  Sodai.  Tlie Catl\r>lii! Ladies nnd niembnrs otJ  'he Altar Soc-iuty will bold their bazaar"���  and ice ci'fam social on next Thursday,*  July 11, in.--'nau nf on (he I3'(.h, as  heretofore **t.!ted. It will be bold iu  the Odd L'VUiuvs lv.il and will stait at  two o'clock in .the nfterncfon. It will  alsOjbt* Iselil io the' ''evening on the  same date. Tim monoy r.iised will be!  used for tlie purchase oi an organ .for  the'.church, ,'ind everybody is invited  to itcsist aud l'Mid a   helping   hand   id  the good work.   ,_��__   the,old board of trustees, Messrs. Ni*}-  derstadt, Cro'.vo and Polhud, wm reelected; , (    '   ���  M. A. Beale was in Fort Steele and  Cranbrook this .week.  in sluipe for heavy shipments when a  more favorrble market is secured. The  present daily output is 450 tons of ore,  Peter    Lund,   the   Cranbrook. con- | making 100 tons of concentrates.  Iho Comii.j; {.'.mfccsl.      , '���  One week from tor.i:;hi the nig box- ,  ing oontosf.   between   .J^ici:  Fitzgerald  and Ed Cuff will '-io pulled   off undef  th."- au^pici's of tin- \Moyie JjthleticCldl'  in-\ron��y.,ii')l.L, .��"Qnth,mpii�� h.ave bedr1.  doing hard training lately and   dva   lit  perfect condition.    The event prbmipe'1? ���  tq" be a good   clean    contest   and ytlid':  man who misses at-eingit will miss thy,  the treat of his lifetime.  j.- -,'  gatj.waaw'wwPj'  l ��rt -TSs  i.Ui  ' ''*��� *  i -m  !����� ���.     ^/ -*  -. ���"���^  v '.--3  aie situated.b;i what is known as the  St. Eugene lead. These claims comprise Lhe St. Eugene, Peter, Moyie,  Queou of the Hills, Lake Shore and  other properties, ,  Tiifi same' lead rmis through all  these claims and may be said to, be  cuiilitiuous from the suui:nit' of the  tiill to the iako level, a vertical distance  of about 1,900 feet.  Quia* ,AVB3rttE- ���   .   - " - ���-���--���    ^      Whil0 tho WIJOle ^ein is mcro oriels  ���S������������^'���^^^������:���^�����������������������^|...inora:i��iSa|hofaraSit   has   vetc been  "*** "   1 proved by thy woi-'r'ngs, iho p.iy*ure is  "| confined Lo theso chutes, lo.iving two  portions of the lead at present jinpro-  ductive.  The upper or "St. Eugene" workiny.-*  extend from the surface to the-100 foot  level: from tho -iOO-foot, level to the  S00-foot'k'vnl is unproductive.  .The ii'iiddle or "Movie" v/erkings c>:-  tond from the SOO foot lovel to the  J ,000-t'oot. level; fi>.nn tho 1',000-Joot  level to the 1-300 foot level is un productive.  I'lio lower or "Lake Shot*/* workiny-'  extciul fiom ihy iriOO-foot level to   tne  &M What About Canned Goods^  9  We have unloack'd a car this Week and have now on .hand a  lm-"e'slock in the best brniids.    Here is si list to select lrom :'  *��� J'si  ��� 'J  i'  rl  . i  TOMATOES���Delliic, Tartan,  Colonial.  WAX liiSAWS���T'.u-tan, lied Crt.aa.  PEAS���French, tufted, Ayimcrs.  SWEET rpi'ATOES���Boverr,  1'EACMES���Tartan, HcMIoy.*.  v'EAKS���TiirUn, Oshawa.  1SLUE FLU MS���Tartan.  1.UMP.AJID "  '.iUEEN CiACSE      ."'  Oil E1UURS���doodwillic::.  STKAWBE11R1ES���Tartan,  Aylmer.  UKD ilASP^ERI-M.ES--T.trtan, Ayb-  mors.  i.LAOK       ��A.SJ,BE11HI]��1S--T:i:un  Eollcys.  I'INE APPLE���Chunks,   Siio'jd,   and  Whole.  y<L\l BR E li KI Ed���- ������l::.-*^--* ���  l.'OOSEI^EHbllES���Bollcy u.  1. AWTOIf 13 K \\ Ll 1 ES-r-ii ol ley"'.-:.  PMMPKIIN���Dclliio.  EAKED   BEANS���Wilh    or   without  .tomato sauc*."-.  PACIFIC CAKABUS.  SALMON���Fh't,-or Talis,  CLARIS���Ijo^gics.  CL\M CJr0WJ)EK.  OYST !;]RS���Cove, Blue Poi ntu.  L-U-;i?KlNC��� Ancb.ovey,   tehrimp   and  tomato sauce.  ! SOUSED MA0KRKL.  ���iJATAVIASlUilMPS.   '  UOi'CLKSH���Turkev, Chicken. in:ol  EMC?L1S11   PUAWN.     '  PIG'S ,FELOT.  JJEE V���Corned, und Iloast.  SA-.UI.tlMES��� French, Canadian.  LI i NC1 J. TOSi G U li��� Ilex  C L11 ri'ED HE 'I V���l .ibby 'e.  DJOVl'LEl) L1AM.  VJ��CKJfA SAI'SAC;-..  LoAST MOTION.      . '     _  FOi'TEJ)���Chicken, , Diudy   Tong  Cru-.,--e <k   J'lackvye!  tractor, has purchas-Bil all of Kennedy  & Dallas' horses,   wagons and   sleighs.  Tom   Johns'On   has   returned  from  his trip to the Lardenu country.  BOAT FO R -i- ALE���Price  $5.    For  particulars apyiy afc this office.  ' E. S. Pollard returned from the bos-  pitltl 2��ouday.  J, G-.-Eagau,'representing the Poss-  lanu ���Miner, was in town the first of  the week.  The frame for Mr.Cronin's residence  is up and work is going'steatily   along.  i s  The new courthouse w.i.-. given its  iih>t coat of plaster this week. .    -  Kev. W. L. Sheridan will hold service  in the Odd Fellow's hall tomorrow  oveuii1';! at. S o'clock.  "There has been a story going tbe  r inncis of British Columbia paper.-,  that the AJiicricun Smelting it Ee-  (ining company is dealing with us for  the purchase of the mine. You may  say for me that there is not the sligh-  lest truth to this story. The'smelting  company has never broached the subject of a sale."  ADOrnONAL   LOCAtS:  Co lo tho   Homo   Bakery   for   your  bread, pies aud cakes.^ ��� ^  Mr. Wright,' manager of the Diamond Drill Co., left v."iih his faniily for j  apnkany last Saturday evening. Operations ivith the diamond drill have  been suspended in the St. Eugode for  the present.  LS00.  :oo!.  lc-.fl  ill.  a tier   dim in  pruxin.,..U,!y K'O feet, above th*j lewl o  Movie lake.  'i he lo1. chi icforrcd  re ni ;"-.. i tu:  nols diiven m fiom tho lace 'if tlnjlui:  j side on the lea.', tho tunnels in cell  I &et of wi'iking-" 'being' eo:me.'!''d ly  I r.iis'js*, thus  ei'suri'ig   pcrlect   v.t.", -  i tiOll.  T'.ic editor 'of   tho   Leader  r.ckumv-  Thcie are throe persons from Jloyic i ledges tho receipt of a   Complimentary  in the Cranbrook hospital   at   present,  G. T. 3IcGrogor, Pan! Jensen' and D.iti  Tlio Ilolliilitys.  The psojile of Moyie, did justice' id  both the First -And'Fourth o'f Juiy tliii?  year. On the First, there was a picnic"  held iu Moyie parkon tho west side of  the lake and a big lianciu'g platform*  was kept iii use both in tbe afte'rnooii  and eveniug.  On the Fourth the day was marked  hy several American flags being giveiri  prominacco and by several rouu.is of  powder being exploded. Jn tlie eveniug a dance was given at the Hotel  Kootenay, which passed off very  pleasantly indeed.  .1 XiKii'ucli for tin.* /Jake.        '  Sam Grant, of the Moyie Lumber  Co., has lfad his lauiicb shipped from  hid home at Fairbault, Minnesota, and  it is now playing on tho waters  of  the  McKay.  .P. T. Smyth and ins bride returned  from Spokane last .Sunday and havo  taken up thoir rctiidouce in tlio Fivrel  block.  The latest in ladies; whito nuudin  shirt waists at ti'.Ipuiri.  llcalo .t El-.vcll, cuatoius boukers.  Mf,*-si\-. Ensiiice, )*ell and .Reed ol  the Western supply Co. were iu Moyie  thia week looking a tier their intercuts, j'  Tdoyie. , The iauiicli i-i 28 feet long;  senson ticket io'the Spokane Inter- ],iis :1��� 8 foot beam and Ls rmi wilh'a  nntii.nal State fair, which will open I ga3oline (:n���ino. U is a beauty; and is  Supteir.bor 10, and close Septemcer 21.  Tho*e white ikirU are snap's at  Gilpin's.  y. Calh'.han brought in sonic line  iookin.i* .-imiples of ore from his claim  uu Palmer's bar.    Ho . yav*-   he   Ir'.s  a  just the thing for Moyie lak:>.  N-itlcu.  Tbis is to corciiy that Wm. Dallas  and the undersigned have Jisolved  partnei:-h;i) and the   undersigned   has  ; I'mir foot le;i(i ol'eopner bcuring nii.irt/.. i:lulhol'it.v l"  ^l'^  ��!'   accounts   duo  ti,c  up :o  lend '.an  'M   or  :':' ,-'i"H.'Vi":iai,  50   lift,    but  In Gallon Pie Fruits wc are comple  ud will b  quote prices, which wc guar;',  elsewhere.  Blfl*?' "W*^ ,  H y. J .s . w  im Cl /O tK' Q ^ ��W ��&W$t I  inlet' will be l"v;er than    pi!  I  avc: .i-;cil  .���'.Ol'l'i.  O" o  in place'* to havo m\u  vein:, which -n:-y yet  nioro pai'ticr.l.irly i:\ tb'.:''  v-.'o:?:ing-".  A-.   vi,"' r'.-:: i 'Civ'  '. j vet : it  lie.-; and  :: ���-  .���5L'.  Work on. the laying   of the   pipe  .r  imj'o: i.'.i't,  pencil  of the Moyio waterworks is still di-hucd ',".  un account of liic   nou-ar/iyal   Ol   tin  Qttiiigs.  Ih'. .hdu: iji-.i'���:::,   doe." i**.t,   of   il.yy-  br'jok will visit Moyio on   aboiK   M <-i  ' ��������� 1! at.iv ���'������ Iho   Man  ' liis claim i-' not far from Swan.-ea.  '     Uarty ni Moyio ha-; a good   buildiui>  i for   a   general   store   and    wants     a  wlner     for     the     sumo.        Partiur  ,i    iiui ii    who   h irf    had    "X-  iu groccrv   lui-dncss. Address  m UK!  ^y;ro"J'  ur./. -j.uy -.-, .'.:k.'  haltau lioU'l.  . I.-. Sheridan oi Toronto, the  P.. (!.  Tn  tio C lajHi*.!.  T.ie .i:.u*, !vr <'f  uf iiu' 2 -:i; i'!:'.-.n  fo;  til.'  el; ,)ii ri '.ii'.g lb.it be h  Ciro-.li'1i"iimi   uf   the  ���.i\'.'v.r   oflicc.' Movii  i  i  lo.!  smr!:*i!':ili'l,v. ,  mm ���',   u ttl-J   day* ���  , ',v;"iie^ l'i   ini'iiili'1!' ;  i  i ���, m rar.yed '  n in ing   u  the iirm of Kennedy & Dalhi3 and will  pay ail b,l!'  against tho same.  ���l-li THOS. S. KENHtfDY.  I-.PUHC CSfiAPC   ORtTAM   OP TARTAR   POWOEfS  I  -A'.' v .  newly  llu-.M  ly iKlnointed Motho,ii::l u.irson   fo":  coKii".-''*) ollice building for Gnat    Liver  ruin in'4 d,ivi.-,iun tic i jmin.-in'cd a t once.  uy "-  'Wm  ���Jt  wmBmiim  (i>-  rn-lpl/"^  l   fi  y^^^^  ���FAA^lAAy,  r$-  .,';,5i.,.|;;'/i .-''��'  VLQ,  y'.  Tiu j'riucinal (kv!'l'.'*;-e:*-.-ut ot 'xyo ���  ::*::uy ^i*i-^r to tho ;-ir.i,V;\r::.Uiru uf the ,  claims.momioncd, '.v.'.a.Uui")'-! ou the .'t. i  Engine group, the origiiiarpropeny of',  ! thecompany,,nnd was described in ihej.  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.^., .;-,„.„ '  ���  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.   C.  HER FATHER  WAS A DRUNKARD  THE   HOLIDAY.  II  .$  1  ���!"������������    f  *-#%  1   f  Ij  n^jjj,  -Stx-I   1  .J  |  4  ./  \ 1  A Plucky Young lady Takes on  Herself to Cure .Her -rather  of ffte liquor Habit.  STORY OF HER SUCCESS.  s  'I  r*  I.  f-  |!A. portion  of her letter rends    as  foJJowf.:���-"My father had often prom-  i^d mother to    stop drinking,    and  ���Would do so ior a time, but then're-  ttfrned to ft stronger than ever. One  ���day,   after  a  terrible spree,   ho said  *o  us:    'It's    no'    use.   I can't ;jtop  ��'rinking.'      Our    hearts ' seemed'" to  turn to stoiio, nnd we decided to try  UN-he  Tftstcli'.ss  Samaria    Prescription,  E'-which wo bad read about in tho pa-  ,.���; pers.   ,V.'o  gave  li'iu  the 'remedy,  en-  * Itirely -without his knowledge,  in hi3  ' "&���*   S y( ten, coffee, or toad regularly, accord-,  fr- $fiX7 *inS to directions,  and he never knew  -.1  -1 ii  *��� ..'  'Am I  *M'/t "wonderfully  Y  {:A  l*'Jl  r*1  1 --^,j|,. .would know, him for the same man.  j'il'Jt  is  now  fifteen  months  since ���   we  "' ?i��i ffave Jt t0 laim and we feel sure that  V/f'lhe change is for good.' Please send  jpne    one. of your    little books,  as I  i'rwaat to give it to a friend."  SENT FKEE TO 'ALL.���A sample  Jof Tasteless Samaria Prescription  Gladly Sent Free with full particulars in plain , scaled envelope. All  "fitters considered sacredly confide'n-  ba.1. Address The Sainarla Remedy  lie!" 30 Jordan street, Toronto, Ont  '������-���V  ".���J-il.'.^CJ  TUB"  poman's GMstiau Temperance Uiiioi  ADOPT THE  C WSAMAIA MSCRIPW"  ,'?'��� TfTOE the CURB of DEXTNKENNESS  V#J      '     ���' xr���  '</*    letter from Mrs.  George .Grant,  of  "*$*? Po-'sluyi.   Out.,   giving  particulars    of  a cure effected by "Samaria Preiser ip-  its xise and���adop-  Chris-  fle gave his eyes to llir- sl:ir-3 of'blue.  His oais lo Die birds ami boos.  Aud by gave his heart to Uie winds that flaw  Away over empty soaB,  And ho saw the depths that he could not wand,  And he heard tho unworldly songs,  Arid his heart, unfettered, fled pasl the bound  Of n tired life'njrights and wrong*.  And he neither wrought nor played nor slept  Nor troubled with good and ill,  And his dreams were vague as the scents tlu.'  swept  And sweetened the lonely hill.  And there from morning till CVe he lav  And never a joy lie faoujclrt:.  But he.caine home glad at the cIoskm; tho day  Because he had lived for naught.  ���J. J. Dell in Chaaibcre' Journal.  ,     , NOT A CASE OF LUCK.  Coinst-��ck: Loile Dineoverecl Aftey  Hard Worlc and I'crscveranee.,  Just beyond "the divide" two men kep��  a store'. They were James L. Flood an{  William O'Brien. Thoy had saved soin��  money after a few years of trading witfc  the miners, wero ready,for a deal in on��  of the mines and had faith in Mackaj  and Fair. So, .when Mackay walked intf  their store one morning and remarked,  '"Jim Flood, if you and O'Brien will put  up tho money, Fair and I will-put up th��  brains, aud I think the four of us can buy  the 'Con' Virginia'and make sometbina'  oiit of it."  "IIow much do you want, John?" said  Flood.  "Eighty thousand dollars."  Tim deal was closed on tho spot. Tha  history of the "Con" Virginia is as well  known-'ahnost as the story of Washington and (he cherry tree. Before the four  miners had struck the "load" they had exhausted their, money and their credit.  .There seemed to be nothing in tho rock  they brought out of the earth. Other miners met thorn day after day and laughed  at their apparentlyhopeless task. They  were jeered and made fun of. . ut.they  kept serious faces and sober minds and  were not to be thwarted by tho idle talk  of idlers. ' '   ,  One morning, when tho prospect seemed the' blackest,'a friend said to Mackay:  "John, luck has gone against you. Why  don't you quit and go prospecting?"  ."The man who figures on luck in min��  ing," said Mackay, "is a fool. The man  who figure's on doing a lot of hard work  nnd not losing bis grit will get something."  Tho four partners'did  not lose their  grit, nor did they rely oh luck.- Ono afternoon the rumor spread over Virginia City  that the " 'Con' Virginia men" had struck  a body of ore.  It spread as"wildfire often  swept over the Nevada prairies. The four  men   left   their   mine   at   sundown   and  walked down  C street amid a babel of  cheers.  Tho next morning the Consolidate I  cd Virginia stock Lad gone from 80 ceuti  to $250 a share and in another day up ta  ���?o00 a share.   In three days it was announced  thnt. the   body of  rock was ,so  large that its value could not be estimated.  In two weeks the United States government was '"negotiating with the owners of the mine   for tho  redemption oi  bonds whoso values had'been affected by  the civil war.   Inr two months the financial centers of old "Europe bad felt tlu  shock, and .about the same time Mackay,  Flood,.Fair and O'Biionwero able'to announce  that they   were   millionaires  be-  jond tho dreams of avarice.���Succcso.  tE CAN JJO NO lllif  WO    SAID     TJI11EK     DOCTOJiS  CONSULTATION.  IN  1 <*t ��|jt- ' :itt*.|*t Has JJ-wii Rfstorefl ro  Jti-iillli ami Streiifjtli Timing)! in�� Ar-  ��'iicy   ofllr. U'JIliiun's )';nk J'ill-,.  t'ion," resulting in  tiou by tlie PinsZcy   Womauls,  tiiui Temperance Union.  (Copy)  Paisley, Ont., December iLth, 1900.  Tho Samaria"lii-mody Co., .'  30 Jordan .Street,'Toronto,  Ont.  Dear Sirs,���1  you somo time  i*.  f  f*  M  ���  penned a few lines tb  ago,:���as a member of  the   temperance  cause,   I  wrote     for  information; at that times 1 had    in  my  mind  friend.-; whose  son  was    a  great cause or anxiety and troublo on  account   of Lis     drunken  habits.      1  Fitrobg-ly ui-g. -d  Uie frionds  to try the  remedy I saw advertised in  tho   Toronto   Globe.   They  did.so.    IL    was  the  Samaria Ufinedy     that,was  ml-  ministered and 1 am pleased  to     inform* the company the medicine  was  helpful;   the    young-     man     has  hot  drank a drop since, breaking* oil" from  old companions:  and  special prayers  on his   behalf,  all  aided  in  breaking  the chains.  At the last meeting* of tho W. C.  T. V. here, J introduced your medicine for the cure of the liquor-habit,  and a resolution was passed. "That,  inasmuch as it is the aim of this organization to help the poor inebriate,  We should recommend this remedy in  homes where persons are addicted to  tlio use of intoxicating- liquors."  Now, sirs, wishing you a sueces.-.fu]  career in your noble work, and feeling that ossislunco can be given in  the precincts of homo by the hand of  mother or wife, trusting God may  ������'l'i'ii up useful avenues for your la-  Ijors. Yours very respectfullv.  .(Signeth WliS. CEOHCE CHANT,  On behalf of Paisley W. C. T. U.  | FREE SAMPLE Ji��f a^S&Sr  and price sent In  plaii  tielope Co slump.   .Addre.-.!  UEMBDY CO.. SO Jordan SI.  TOKONTO, Onfall-It  ' IKS  OWN FREE WTLI,.  Dear Sirs,���J cannot , speak too  stiongly of tbe excellence of MEST-  APD'S LINIMENT. It is THE remedy in my household for ' burns,  sprains, etc., and we would not' be  witliout   it.  It is" truly a wonderful medicine.  JOHN   A.   MACDONALD,  Publisher Arnprior Chronicle.  Among   the     many     many   persons  throughout Canada    who owe    good  henlth���perhaps   even   life   itself��� to  Or.Williams'  l'ink Pillf,  is' Mrs.  Alex.  Fair, a. ,well  known  and     highly    esteemed   resident   of      West ���   Williams  township,   Middlesex Co.,   Ont.      For  nearly two years   "Mrs.  Fair    was a  great sufferer from  troubles   brought  oa by a severe   attack     of kigrippc.  A reporter ���who called was  cordially  received   by  both Mr.  and  Mrs.  Fnir  and   was   given   the   following    faem  of  (lie case:    "Jn  the spring' of 3 890  J  was-*attacked by lagrippe for which  T was  treated  by  our family doctor  but instead  of getting better 1  gradually    grew  worse     until    my whole  body  became  wrecked  with  pains.    I  consulted  one ,of  iho  bt-st doc! ors  in  Ontario,'    and  for     nearly     eighteen  months followed his  treatment,"    but  without ,'iny material   henc'it.   'J   j,a<|  a terrible cough which caused iidense  pubis  in   my    Jieud  anc'   lungs;   {   became very   weak,    could     not sleeep,  and  for' over a   year  I could     only  talk  in, a whisper and sometimes my  voice left me entirely.    I  came to regard my condition  as    hopeless,  but  my husband 'urged  further -treatment  jnnd on his adv'ce our family doctor,  with two others, held'a consultation  ,the   result  of  which   was   that     they  pronounced my rase 'incurable. Neighbors  ml vised  me to  try ' Dr. Williams'  Fink   J 'ills,   but after  having already  .spent,    over   $500   in   doctors'     medi-  did  not have much   faith  left- 'n  any  medicine but as a last resort J" finally  ���decided  to  give  fjiem  a   trial. *T  'mil  not taken many boxes of the pills lie-  fore 1 noticed an improvement in my  condition,   and  this-encouraged me to  continue their use.   After ��� taking' the  pills  for several  months  I  was  completely restored to health. The cough  disappeared ; I   no    Iqnger     suffered  from  the terrible pains I once endured;     my voice  became strong again ;  my appetite'' improved   ancl     I     was'  able    to   obtain  restful     sleep     once  more.,. While taking the pills I gained  137 pounds in weight.  All  this I owe  | to' Dr.   Williams''Pink Tills and I  feel  that I cannot say enough iii their favor,  for T know that they,have cer-  ta'nly saved  my life'  In cases of this' kind Dr. Williams'  ,Pink Pills -will give' more certain and  speedy results than any other medicines. They act direct]v on the blood  thus reaching 'the roof of the trouble  and driving" every vestige of disease  from the system. Sold' hy all dealers  iu medicine or sent post" paid at 50  cents' a box, or six boxes for ��2.50  by addressing' the nr. Williams Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Oat.  n.i^nxu .AsT-i> As  ��as(kJa  Os?lA\A   sUSlAJi/  mav��^ -nsa^e^ ^>  The work  art.  of il'O police judg,; is line  Keep MINAED'S LIKIHERI in tbe IlOOSB,  A  man' must  dun' his   brain  would coll.'ct his thoughts.  Triplets  are problems'  that can  solved only by the rule of three.  he  be  HOW TO CUKE HILADACIIE.-Som.  peop'e stiirer untold misery d-,y after day  with Headache. There ib rest uohjierday or  night until the nerves are nil uin-tnin--'. The  cause jB generally a disordered rlomach rind  a cure can be effected by u��in�� l'armeleo'e  Vegetable Pill-i, eonhnniin? Slandmlfo and  Jfliiidelion, Mr. I'm ley, Wark. Ly.-nnder,  I ��� Q.,'writes: "I find Parmi-Jee'.*, Pilla a  nrst-clnsaurliclofor Bilious headache."  "Oh-er���pardon me, Miss ' Maudip,  but at what age do you think a woman should marry. Vou know, tlie  newspapers are discussing the question."      ' ,   -    .  "At about my age, J think, Mr.  Timid,"  .she replied,  sweetly.  GLEANINGS.  Mrs. 2Cewlywed���Do you know, my  husband never even thinks of going  for a scuttle of coal without first  kissing me !       ( ���  Airs. ,01dg*irl-~ln about two years,  my dear, you may consider .yourself  lucky if he gcis tlie coal.  ��� Emulation may be all right,  way, but it lias<;a peculiar w  getting,;'!!  the way  of other  in it.?  iy of  people,  Every Inventor  has,produced at  lei*.  worthy ol  least  one  lhe name  ear  cotiji-  The fool has his own private opinion (about, the ivdhot hnrst'shoo, but  he so tin dropped it.  The  heart.  best  chest expander is  a large  Pleasant as syrup; nothing 'equals it as a  worm medicine; the name is Mother Graves'  norm JiAtci-min.-ttor. The greatest worm  destroyer of the age.  '  'So rn;,*idiy <!<> ���< hip-,' in-itnt-ion i-pioi-'d nnd  deepen, ihat. ofien in,a few weo!,v 't< limpid  ei'n^li eu miiiiite*- in lub'hviiliir c.jni**Hinp.  tiou. Give !i.*'d lt> no u.'h. there i.-i id ways  (lunger in deay. ���.*���. t, n ho tie of U.clde'H  AnlUVmsuiuptive Syrup ;inrl cure your-elf.  niHit ni'dieine 'iii'-ui-jm.-r-ed for all throat  .���md lung troublo. ' -   -   -  M-v.-nd   herb;-, i aeh  the head of the J:s-t us exerting a wouch  influence iu ,cming coiicumption and  lung diaca-ee.  it id cimpounded from  one of  which  Ktarir].-; at  rful  all  The  makes  flower    of  poor bread.  the    fainilv   oflen  Courage is  a plant  that cannot be  destroyed by jducking, up.   '     ,  On the battleship Maine, sunk in  Havana'harbor, are 102 complete engines, rind lhe contractor who is  rais'ng the wreck is' confident' that  alp-jm,; uninjured. Tho.. ship is wort.li  y2,(,'OO,OO0  if'she can  be patched up.  Ast for Minard's 'and talre no other.  , 'Liberality consists less    in  much than in'giving wisely. .  giving  There are a number of varieties of  corns. .Holloway's Corn Curo will remove  any of fchom. Call on your druggist and  gefc a bottle at once.        " '  The race-goer should never  to pick winners before they  attempt  are ripe.  The most expensive chair in existence belongs to the pope. It is made  of solid silver, and cost,S90,000. An  American banker presented it to the  pontiff. "  The  dentist  should  go' in  for  tics.    T-Ic has  a strong,pull.  poli-  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  ���   TIME TABLE ��  A Glad Boy. ,  Mr. Newcome���So you're glad your sister's got mo for. ber steady company, eh?  Johnny���Yep. Tommy Brown's sister's  got steady company, an "Tommy works  him for candy an things to beat the band-  ���Philadelphia Record.  JLonlcins: Uacktrard.  Languid 'Leary���Do youse believe  in , reincarnation, Pete, an' dat wc  was  once  different sorts   of animals?  Perambulating Pete��� Cert. By de  v?ay, I am leary of dogs an' water,  I bet I used to be a cat I  The Imperial library in Paris has 20  books printed ,on white silk.  Anew law in Montana provides that-  Ihe judge's charge shall precede tha  arguments'of counsel. '  A   Klondike   bnker  who   has   been  burned   o��'t  three   times   and   lost  a '  whole cargo of coal has nevertheless ,  cleared &'0,000 in three years.  Many of tho Welsh peasants live almost wholly upon oatmeal cakes and  buttermilk. They do not suffer from  indigestion. The acid in the butter-  milk is regarded ns a promoter of digestion.  The"ju,ry in a recent trial In Wales  comprised one man named llughes and  H named Jones. Veven of the latter  bore the Christian name of John. The  prisoner's name was the same as that  of seven of th6 jurors, John "Jones.  The Indiana state prison has threo  electric buttons, by pressing one of  which the gallows trap Is sprung. At  the'signal three sheriffs will simultaneously press tlie three buttons, but  not.one of'them will know who actually contributed to the hanging.  An Italian who has returned from  Abyssinia declares thnt Jn' the more  distant pans of that country there aro  still a large ntiiuber of Italian soldiers '  living hi slavery. They are mostly  men who were wounded at the battlu  of Adowah, left on the field and subsequently taken prisoners. ' '   ���  A good memory is one that enables  a man to forget unpleasant things.  HIIAED'S LINIMENT is used by Physician*.  A good many actresses .seem  vor     long' 'engagements    aud  marriages.  to fn-  short  Tho Ilonen of  tlie Conqncror.  .   A   splendid' monument   brilliant   with  go ins and gold  was erected  by William  Iiufus over the ashes of his father, but  iu  the  Huguenot wars of tho sixteenth  century  iho Abbey  of  St.  Stephen 'was  plundered 0 and    partly    destroyed,    tho  shrine was wrecked, aud the bones of tho  Conqueror    were    scattered'   about   the  church.    A thigh bone of such size as to  indicate a man of great stature was saved mid placed in a new tomb when tho  ,church  was restored  in  1G-12.    About a  century later this second'tomb was removed to another part of tho choir,cand  in 1703, during the ruthless days of the  terror, it,  too,  was rifled,  and the last  relic of "the famous baron" disappeared.  The slab of black marble alone remains  ���ro'niark the spot so tragically associated  with   the   memory   of   GulioJmun   Coa-  qucstor.���Good 'Words.  ,THEY NEVER PAIL���Mr. S. M. Bough-  ner, Langton, writes: "For about two years  I was troubled with Inward Piles,,but by using Parmeleo'a Pills. I was completely cured,  and although four years have'elapsed since  then they have not returned." Parmelee's  Pills are anti-bilious and a specific for tl>e  cure of tho Liver and Kidney Complaints,  Dyspepsia, Oostiveuess, Headache, Files,  etc., and will regulate the secretions and remove all bilious matter.  At the age of sweet sixteen a woman's eights are .several lengths  ahead of a man's.   ,  Do your own thinking if you don't  find the thoughts of other people satisfactory.  '���'i��n, t--.sMinoiiIu.lii  ho-ili-d envelope.  I'll!-' SAM Alii A  New Curate   (to  understand    that  your father's side  ors *?  Country Scholar���Sometimes  and sometimes other, 'ceptin'  feyt'hor whacks  'em both,  sir.  boy)���Then, do I  your aunt is on  or  on your moth-  one,  when  HE HAS TH.1ED IT.���Mr. John Anderson, Kiuloss, writes:'"! veDturo to say  few, if any, have received greater benefit  from the use of Dr. Thomas' Kcloctrlo Oil  than I havo. ,1 have used it. regularly for  over ten year^ and havo recommended It  to all sufferers I knew of, and they also  .found it of great'virtue in cases of severe  bronchitis and Incipient consumption."  S-S.   Marie. Oweri Sound,  Toronto  andEust, Via bakes,   "Nlon., Thins  iiiidftUu ������.������������.���...���    ..'.,.  ,-Tiies , Fi-i. and Sun   Jloiilreal,. Toronto.  New York and  cast, via, all rail, daily   Uat     Portage    and    intermediate  , p-jints, Mon., Wed. fcFri. ....  'Tne-./riiurs. & Hnt     Kat    Portase     and     intermediate  point?. Tui-s.jThnrs, anil Sat   ������Mon., Wed. and Fri   Moidon, Unc  Du Bonnet and   intermediate Points. Thurs only   Foi-tapco laPrairie, Brandon, Calgarr  KeI?on and nil Kootenay and Coasi  pointo. daily   Poiingii la Prairie, Urandou, and in���  ' lermediate point--, daily ex Sun...,  Portage la Prairie, Brandon', Moo-e-  . jaw and intermediate points" daily  ox Sunday    G-l.'.cUtone, Neepawa, Min:iedo5aand  intermediate points, daily ex Sun.  Sir al Lake, Yorkton and intermediate points, Mon., Wed. and Fri   Tues. Thuri., and Sat urday   Ranid    City,     Ilamiota,     Minofc:i,  Tues., Thurs. and Sat   Mon., Wed. andFiI   Mcrden, Deloraina andintenuediaio  points daily ex ij un  Napinka, Alamcla nnd intermediate  points, Men., Wed., Thurs. & Sa'  Mon., Tues., Tinas and Fri   Glenboro, Souvis,  and intermediate  points,dailvex. Sun ?.  Napinka,Mclita, Alameda and inter  mediate points,   Mon., Wed,  Fri  Tucs., Thurs. and Sat   ���Pipestone,He-ilon,Areola and hitc'1  meLnte points,   Mon. Wed.,  Fri,  Tucs.. Thurs. and Sat   Frobyshiro, Ilirsh.  Bicnfait,  Kstc-  va*i, car. .������.��.���....���......,.........  JjlOll.,................................  Gretna, St. Paul, .Chicago....-..daily  Stonewall, Tuclon..Tnes. Thurs, Sa*t  West Selkirk Mou, Wed, Fri  West Selkirk Tues. Thurs, Sat  B'.ner=on Mon, Wed and Fri  LV  21.50  21,50  7.S0  14.C0  7.3'J  AU.  CSC  6.3)  1.3 00  12.30  13.15  "VtTSint He Regretted.  "Baxter says he rausht you carrying  around the umbrella that' he lost two  months ago."  "Yes, and the meanest part of it is th.it  I luid '.icon fool enon-jh to ro and have it  repaired."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  A Mormon, no matter what hla age,  wants to be burled ln a pure white coffin.  , There Isn't a lighthouse In all Alas-  ka except one little "bug" light at Sitka.  , Tbe average depth of the ocean ls a  little^ less than three miles, ,or 15,000  feet. ' X  What an English paperJ says Is .the  greatest incubator in the world ,1s at  Batary, near Sydney. It accommodates 11,440' duck eggs or 14,080 hens'  eggs. ,���   ' *  Recent " discovery ' ln Jerusalem  proves - that the ancient aqueduct  which brought water from Bethlehem  through the Hinnah valley, thought .  to be the work of Herod, was built by  Emperor Severus, 103 A. D. Inscriptions to that effect have boon found.  CONVULSIONS.  7.15  19.10  S.SC.  21.23  12.15  m.io  8.30 10.1)  S.30  S.3:  r.-io  7.40  T.30  7.30  7. SO  11.10  122J  18 30  19.10  19.10  19.21  19.20  18.-15  18.45  18.45  7.59  l?.i5  13. ��  1S.3C  10.01  17.1C  J. W. LEONARD,  Gen. Supt.  C. E. McPJIEBSON,  '    '   Gen. Pass. Agent.  THE CANADIAN NORTHERN Rl CO,  Mr. Cawdle���I wish you wouldn't  interrupt me every time T try to say  something. Do I ever break in when  you are talkiog ?  Mrs. Cawdle���No, you wretch I  lYoii go to sleep I y /.      '7  The Ilussian minister of the interior has sent a circular to all printing offices and libraries, prohibiting  ���the sale of Tolstois new book, entitled,  *Tt costs Too .Much.''  Every year the German empress "be-  felns; a new diary and sends an old  one, clasped and locked, to join its  predecessors in a safe. Not even the  emperor may see these minute records  :of daily life.  Nearly all tho mo.tormen ; employed  on tho new trolley lines in Buffalo  are 'young 'Canadian farmers'. The  railway officials say they n,re the  rnosfc satisfactory of all their employee.**.  is the deadliest and most  painful malady to which  mankind is subject. Dodd's  Kidney Pills will cure any  case of Bright's,Disease.  They have never failed in  one single case. They are  the only remedy that ever  has cured it, and they are  the only remedy that can.  There aro imitations of  Dodd's Kidney Pills���pill,.  box and name���but imitations arc dangerous. The  original and only genuine  cure for Bright's Disease is  Dodd's Kidney PiUa ure  fifty cents a box at, all  druggists.  '  Stole,Uroad Keonoiny.  A Long Island man who was showing a friend a couple of hunting dogs at  his place the other day looked up as ho  heard the sound of approaching wheels.  "Here's the bread man," he remarked,  and as his friend gazed in surprise at the  open cart laden with bulging sacks, thinking it the strangest baker's outfit he had  yet seen, the owner of the doj?s bought a  barrel of the merchant's stuff.  "It's for the dogs, you know," he explained as the wagon drove off.   "Broken  up and mixed with other things it makes  good food for them.   That man does very  well with tyis stale bread business,    lie  buys the bread at a low price in the city  when lt is too old  to sell  to customers  there.     But  It   hasn't   reached   the  do*.:  food   stage   then   by   any   means.     lie  first retails it as long as he can to the  Italians who work on tho roads and do all  the   hard   labor   hereabouts.'     1   believe  they wash it down with  beer of about  the same state of freshness.'   Well, when  the bread gets so stale that even the Italians can't.cat it-it is ready to bo peddled  around among the villages'in tho neighborhood.     The  fanners   buy   it  to   feed  their pigs and chickens, and a good'many  people use it, as I' do, for their dogs, so  there is no loss oiywaste to cut. down the  dealer's profit."  f'l-ATioxs and Days.  I i.e.ivo  Gointf  ! South.  MINARD'S :LIMENT Lumberman's Friend.  In a special -workshop at Constantinople more than 50 men are employed in making the various objects  which the sulI an gives away as presents. 7 Ho usually examines the designs, land sometimes makes .suggestions.  Leave  from   Canadian  Korlhcrn depot���  Winnipeg to Sforris.Em  er.*.on,Sfc. I\.ul otcrtlv  St Pant    to    Emerson  Morris, Winn ipif; dh"  Wiir.ii;icg    io   Rolnnd  Miami, Del nont.llart*  ney & Drjiudon, ilon.,  Wed a-ul Fri.    -    -   -  Brandon, Hartney, Belmont. Miami, Roland,  to Winnipeg,   Teas.,  'Ihuraana Sat.    -   -  7/i:nii eg to Portage l.v  P.   ancl -intermediate  s'atlons, da Hi' ox Sun.  Port .go la 1'. and inter  me din to    stations   to  Winnipeg dly ex Sun.  Winnii)e�� to stations on  1 leaver an d Delta linn  ches, Tup*-, and Thurs  Beaver and Delta br'eh  stations, to Winnipeg  Tucs. and Thurs.    -  Winnipeg io Porcagela  ��� P., Gladstone. ������-   -   -  Dauphin,'    etc.,    Mou.  Wed.' and Fri.     -  Dauphin. Gladstone, P.*  la Prairie,.Winnipeg  Tucs.,  Tlmrs. &   Sat.  Winnipeg to  W'p'gosis;  Tues. and Thurs.   -   ���  w innipegosi <   to   Wpf;  Mon. and Fri. .��� .7  Winnipeg      to    Grand  View, Mon.  and  Fri  3rraTid View to    Wpg  Tues. and Sat.........  Dauphin to    W'o'gosis  and return, Sat".......  Dauphin to Swan River  & El wood. Wed. ....  El wood to Swan River  ���ft Dauphin, I<Yi. .....  Leave from C. P. depot  Winnipeg io "Warroad  1-ieaudette and int-.r-  meiliate stations.Mon,  "Wed., and Fri. .,.'..:  Bcauuot.ta, Warroad,etc.  to Winnipeg', Tucs.,  Thurs. niKlSnt.   '   IS..!;.  10..I5  Leave  Goine-  xortiL  20."0  A-ri-.  18.30  11.55  10.30  13.00.  9.C0  S.01  S.0  S.0Q7  D. B.HANXA,  Gen. Supt.  '.".15  13.30  1S.1.1  ViiAA, j  io.:.-.  21.15  u.zo  2).*:5'  la.oa'  2C.<!5  C0..15 ...  20.-15  10.15  *0.15  12.C0 .  d.OO  IS.."0  ���81.Sa  Ig.gO  GFO.H. SHAW,  Tnvf.Mgrj  Tliej-   Are   Jlnre   Serious   For   Adults  iriiuir For Children.  1 '  The sight ,of a person in convulsions is  terrifying, hut in the groat majority of  eases the sufferer is iu no immediate danger. Whether or not tho convulsion foreshadows a.soi ions ending depends upon  a variety of causes. As a rule, convulsions are more serious in adults than in  children, especially very young children.  Two things are necessaiy for the occurrence of convulhions���first, an unstable  condition of the nervous system���tlie predisposing cause^-and. secondly, some exciting cause sullieieut to disorder the  weakened nerve centers. The instability  of thi' nervous system is more pronounced  in children than in adults and seems often to be hereditary, the members of certain families being more prone to fits  than others.  Certain chronic diseases of nutrition,  ���m*"h ms rickets, are .associated with an  irritability o(f the brain and spinal cord,  ui'.d CHiivulsions are peculiarly frequent  in children suffering from such diseases.  Convulsions in children aro very common at the onset of one of the acute fevers, such as scarlatina or measles. At  that time the convulsions have no special  i-ignifiennce, but when occurring later  during r.n attack of scarlet fever they  may point to-the existence of a kidney  disease. In whooping cough convulsions  are sometimes produced in consequence  of deficient aeration of the blood, owing  to a partial collapse of tho lungs.  In   children   convulsions   are   perhaps  most commonly the result of some disor-  Tt's  a  poor  genealogical  bears no dates.  tree  that  A Perfect Li-mid Dcntifrico for tho  and.  Both forms of Sozodont at tho Stores or by  Bail, prico, 4JC. each; LargoSizes, together, 70a  hall *   RUCKEI.*, Now Yorfc  HAI.J.  &  HEELER & WILSON'S  i# Sewing1 Machines,  Office and Wareroems C4-7-TT T     T TO A V*  213  Portage  Ave iiuo. �� i- -tisla   JuftAiJ  by ihe  of  indigestible   material   in   the  or    bowels,    or    of    intestinal  9.45  8.C0  9.-1.-5'  1  8.0D  9.15  9.J5   .  cop  ici.4:-  S.0)  UK  G.0>  dor of the digestive tract. cau��ed  presence  --tom.-n.-h  worms.  Inlliunmntion of the ear is another common exciting en use of convulsions, but  teething, which is blamed for so many  (its, very seldom causes convulsions unless the eruption of the teeth is exceedingly difficult and painful.  In children, as in adults, convulsion--'  may be due to hysteria or to epilepsy.  They'may bo caused by a great shock in  lhe nervous system, such as a severe  fright. Menin  isi'tin may also  In n and iu adults.  Whatever the cause  put :i child wilh con  ton hot bath���-say at  ���i bum Ofi or 07 degrees.  Xerve sedatives are usually prescribed  in the hope of preventing"p.. second convulsion, but the cause.- it" discoverable,  in'ust' of course be removed.���Youth's  Companion.  -A.C3-E3STTS      "WAKTTBD.  We arc in need of a few  reliable Agent*  throughout the country to handle our  GASOLiWE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES.  Good profit and quick sales.   Por particu-  l.irs address  rJJE XXCAXDESCENT GAS LA31P  313 Main St., M'liuilpe"r.  Co.  ALIrWQOLMICAROOFM  Kepntasjon   .-,. , -,    fordurabitltj  estaburhed. ID years trial. A home l.ndit-trv.  ISnconrago ifc. WEWAKK of American Papci  Felting, which cracks in our climate. Kor ^an>  ple-i an I tosimicniaisnpp.y to '  V/. G. FONSECA, ISo'e Apcnt.)  l)G*i Tilain Street, ' WIJ?* "N'lI'lCG  Issuer ol"IK:irr?3{j�� licenses  ^���������������������^������^ ���������>$'<"��������>-^ *���>-���$��� a $���&&&  :itis   or   u   tumor   of   (he  cause them, both in chil-  . it  ���III:  a  will be safe to  ions into a not  temperature   of  A Portuguese boy in ay. public  .schppl'at'Malacca was. told tci ^yniie.  all, he knew about the English. 'This  is. what' he'wrote: "English is very  proud and very white. They are  mostly governoi-.s, ��� school masters,  policemen, magistrates, and few ar.  lawyers, doctors and banks, and'  many other things.... They .never work  They wear -hats and boots and ride,  in (loculs .(dogcarts). Some Eivgli.--li  go to' church, but only once. They  are clever tennis ancl ball games, nnd.  eats much beef and cither, things.  Some nro married. English are'very  ("H'rce. If. anybody does .something  they swear."  /Xr-.-iU  *m  *>  ���*  I Kccominoiiid  %   to all mothers who want their b��ibio.~  ^ to havo pink, clean, clear, and  ���<> . healthy skin.  A Made of the finest materiaU.  ^ No soup, Wherever nnuln. is 1n>iii.|,  I THE ALBERT TflilET SOAP, CO., m^:y  ��� Manufacturers of the Celeb.��i^,l  -^ ALBERT TOILKT SOAPS  "�����&���<>��������� $��������� ��� ***.^'0*d'-^<><> 4i--0.^>.<-* -*��� " v  ���"������  .-��  .'*���  4  t  SQZOPtW  "'"        \vl  I FOR THE  N.   U.   No.  ;^o.  ���o  ���V '~T~.������   ,'-   'fir i  <ni  (In- I., ml *>ilii:iti<m.  William J<\ ATeivall of tha Selby !  Smelting aud Load Company of gazj I  Francisco was in Nelson recent ly, ciTyj !  flic Nelso-n Tribnne. j.-r.il   h-.x.l 'ihe  )������)}-1  hnni.g to *av ;,: eonun^cn   ya} 'the j at*** io,ride* but is my" storyof a*  (.id -nu.tt.'.m in ih-Loi-h-hnyt,:   ���"���    j'Ri-t-eapt,to teach her-toride.   . ,  "(P.i: *?mi-!��ei' ie"in' the '"inrfrket for'"   "Sh* wa-3 a 'e^veet ~ sister, was thic  :-:id.,rcf-, aud'.Js   willing; (o  continue I m?denLOSW&et8lfitfixoJfJoaia Jones';  ���.._rcw.��i��, o��".t ,,,,:ct -^ L^^^^Kssrsis  i.- ui .ne-piict.' bo-fur asl can loam, ���&"*: of the tareea in t&e far west/asd  ,'1-eni ;������;' no rcison ivhy the minee c; n- ask���<1 aae in an entrancing-, apologetic  nut di-poso cf'all the ore they are  ��iMe I **% if * wouWo'* Qss-at her in her bi-  ..p^a��^,-��u, .<��. r,ig���t ���;.���, | ;s^^^^t^  treatment nearly   as" favorable   Io  thei me.  aad, anyway, ho says you know  mint) own en) as they revt-ivsii for their   J?01*, about hicyclin^-than he doea.v  ��� - Ur^l^ijij^;,^^^.,^^^,^.  ^���3ii^--���^.<.-iti��.<ijc^��jc��=,  ��M&OiMarfi.dM��w^rT ,.,<-^<>.>.^c>--^t...- y-- . .r - n.., ,.M f ^^.iL-nnmnaMll IUM.'H UWMV��MlWCTm.Tp  'f l'i   '  " A  V"-"f;  '. .*��������1  product last year.  "The American Smeller end   Ro?:n-  ing Company probably withdrew' from  'tho British'Columbia  market because  tbe business was*not profitable at  hist  'year's'priced.    Jt is a well known   fact  | and went, aoid 1 believe if I bad not  "hinted to bar that 1 sometimes became  mtig-ued, she would-have, been g-oing  c^v    +- ,   . , ^   Bnz 6he *<������ #na"y stop, and in  JVo, tafa h�� not -tfceetory of herfinrt I ^e^ exhaustion I fell, to the roadside  temHfc *~.,**~ a,... , .  and- when I had time, to r^cov0rroy  - breath and look about ua I found we  were away out' in .'fh&i eoujatey, 'afi  le*wp three ?ni3.e$ from home. She sat  down of ihe roadside^' a little way from  me.   Then, she talked.'     ' '   '  -"She"dilated iipon the beauties of  the smiuner'a evening-,, the multi-col-  ored f oliage oi the trees, the iirideecent  clouds which looked like rare jewete  hun^ ia the wostera sides; as"the;rays  of thei now obscured sunca��tLndi?8cril>  able fflitxering tirite over them.   But  Say, jiist then I could have hugged  John-Jones, and his sister, too, for that  matter- but John was-not there, and as  for his i/mterwwoH, I did not dare.  < "Miss Jones hhd been the possessor erf  a bicycle a'bout tihree days, and aa we  wen<3ed our way; side by side, to hor  homojo g*&t the wteed of' steel she in  3z?!!2s?Qar��2^is^^ ;  Rirmexrfber t&at Gilpin has anything and  -Eygry thing t}iat,you;want/  Dry |Soods?  E;-i?t  ifnoienav  I  poor me, my body and mind were racked  ������F(0I-t���  Carpenters' Tools  The largcflfv and heat aborted ���jlocjc in  to select, from.'  3*��  ���i",  ji i *  ���'. <  I 'i'  f ''i'l 'i1  that the preccnt, prices of Loudon 1'ead { formed itne tiwfcshe wasdoinp   Mnst  :..,......  ,      . lovely.'   And ^also ventured the re-  puark ihat' she" a^tuaily believed she  could ride alone, only trie grot so terribly  frightened.     '.. "*--(-;������  ���     '���    '���  ��� ' -'-'.Wihen we airiv&d at Miss Jones' home'  sheexcused hereelf m a few mihnte-i  saying she wishv^ te'donan appropriate  with pain, and I did not appreciate our ;BiIlIderS5    'SimnYlAG  suproundtnga.   After the fall than the       .   :     ��� C1 &     U UPP��eS,  unusual ejcweiae., evea-y    niikcle   and  \Yk  'fi-.  is about normal, while last year's prioe  wasexceptionally'higl), owing' to-pocis  Iiir tracje conditions.    In oije  v/ay, ";;t,  ';s rather unfortuniitc that  jt   reached  ���Qiich a high point, 'for tho reason' that,  ���the miners  seem  inclined   to   believe  ' that they may ''count 'urjcr/ rtideivintr  '���that, price for nil tl'ie   YtrJl ��� tliey  rJiin'o.  'If the minpc   novy'closed  are' v.Ntitin^  llfor tondon'lead r'tc'siij;:iii-!   reirth   this  ' iijiure, I fear t ho^ 'will <'remain'  nlc-od  'JhdePn'itbly' as'leVid ik quite no, iii.ely 'fo  'remiiin below tho present, ngm<$, as  it  Xl\  -g?  if  > iVA.sli  I' f'vi'"*  'W  ''ff'i'^;-  f...ti{..i*'i  if- ti."  f '  J'*1     'f.  ��� i -y. ni  'A )'���  ?7|i  ;   ��'.     I''  \ Ay!  \iX>A  \*"A  V;  t!r  \h.  v'^.-1,  t  ,:  . * -  t  price, and while smelters are  ���r-lwaysaiKvious to have liigii prices; bo-  'cause it moans large ore tonagos, ryet  M.he general feeling among smelters is  as l'haye stated above. ' "' , "  '  ''  '������ '"'One change in'the situation, vyhich  is a 1,'irj-e factor ih smel'tihar, i-j tha't today lend ore.**;  cannot   any   longer  .be  y-onsirlsrod or treated  aa  flu.vintr ores,  A few years  ago,  when, there  waa' a  ,k��-Efe tonnage of dry ore mined in   tho  (United States, load ore was  purchased  low tr  ,)i  A  f   * " f-  i'; t y-  XX?:  '< ;^r'  ���"' f'?  11   1'' ij;     !     y- *     *  H'i?A&.l i  ?-=. <r.f>i .      ,!,',!��  y  �� .������� f .    I I "I I   ',  ��� : fr'i'S'1-1 , '���   i A  1 ' wv s'Ah  [.���   vv:. t y-   rs  f  !,;.��������,:   -'(4 r  mi  lAi  (.'li'.t'i  io.  "���ji    *������  I.1.J )'i  1   '���i.!r;l,'1^ *  ������ lift 'r-r fj  ,,if  Wi  r-  ���> t a*,  f��  '       ',  fe'.:  [pi.'fi'--'    !.  fn,,!��f��.,-.  I";- '-    "  li ���"   ��� -     "  triMiW:.      '>'  |W*��'J    ,'V*S  Hm'*-  costume, and when.-she cn^r^ed from  ��ie houna a "little'Safer, clad in a neat-  ftttm-sr part, ttf^iJie- bloomer type and  ,( wdm^ a d ���amoiid-fraine machine, why,  it simply took'my brwvUi awny.   Oh  butpshe looIrtsoVehipper, chle ,ond debonair, and my hbai+nvas at once smitten w,tfc h.-r, OiouffliE always had a peculiarly a.vmpa��.6tiJ ' feeling for her  .storeach  last  yflar>  ,ll0tatl0n;    In f ^ ^^^~^^  'my opinion, XI? or ��13 is a fair  aver-   %n my, plefisnre t?^W  There  was no dioubfwbbn<r>}8, this lesson  uou d bo exwemolylrf&restiaff.  Thei*c  ^uld be no ridrta'ltf/get entangled in  ihe -wheels and dwin'and to bother her  in her owkwrifd mitaipulations of the  j eame, -and tih& thne''ftoent in teaching  | her to properly manage tho steed would  auroly be just-to loti-g- a time of un-  alloyed pleasure.  ��� ''Miss Jones,and I w&lkuj to a street  seldom traveled after aiandowD and the  .WAjk "ov&r the "ia^>bhm'g  ihwmuzlx-  flfri?^ n.6 ott? 'd-iotli^tfon. Ths flrat  tWafi- vy��^ to ufefw h-a; -b��\7 to mount  allow treatment-rates'because of its I Md **" was ��*!tuajj��-. Ihad'aaBfatwl  m,ving,Ualitie, '^ the supply of I r^Tet^^^tfe^  dry ore- ��� muc4i less than formerly J d^p framemihmcaLd W 2f^S  iWillc the supply of lead ore has steadily eklrf^ T1*->s casa v^as far different,  "ncreased, and in consequence dry ores    H?TreTer�� I ffot on eoad off the wheel!  ���- - using the step, .'maa-tashion,' and ex  plained to her'in detail every socceed-  mg movement.   Then Misa Jones tried  d  ores. Klt"    PlTst I firmly grasped the handle  is   not ' baVWth ��?e 'h,aaid' I��ldin# the frame  in front of the saddle with the other.  Alias Jones reached over my arm, took  hold of the gripe, put her right foot on  the step, made a lunge for the saddle���  and kerflop, we both   landed   an   the  hard  road..   I was   underneath, ' the  wheel made Up the second layer of ifhe'  pile,  while Miss  Jones.eat,   not   too  gently, on top of the witole.  I thought  oue of the hand'le bars had punctured  my side and that I was swallowing a  hetrog-enous mass.of bicycle  spokes  good solid clay and rubber tires,   if i^  Jones dM not gefroff tbe heap at ail but  sail there half sobbing, half laughing,  and said &he hoped I was not injured,  that she was so sorry, etc.    With ail  almost harcitlaneasi effort I rolled from  my position under the wheel and its  fair, but heavy burden, 'and after pulling myself together, gwve Miss Jones  my hand and-helped her to her feet, 'i  inquired ii she were hurt but she rejoicingly informed, me that, she came  out unscathed and whs ready Socr another triaJ. * ���  ���ire scarce and in great demand   by -all  .the smelters,'and   have   now   become  lhe fluxing- ores in place of lead  This new condition of   affairs  generally   understood   by' the    miner,  being  contrary to his past experience ;  but lis soon as he appreciates tins; and  realizes (bat   present' London   quotations- ;-re average, rather   (ban   exceptionally low,, ho r:ill go   ahead   mining  :.nci .ihippiag  hit ore,  nnd   then   the  .-.���'intry will Like .. new life.  "'I h,tve every laith in British Columbia lead properties, and if tha mine  owners will use their best efforts in developing their properties, British Columbia will soon rank among tbek-ad-  ii'g mining countries of the world.-"'  WANTEU-TKUSTWORTHY WES AXD WQ-  meu to travel and advortiho ior old established  House of hohd iiuaiicial staudiiij,'. Saliu-y $7goa  year aud (-xpsuses, all p,t> able in cash. So can-  v.iiiutr required, (.iive roiunjuces and enelosc  ������uU audiessed btamped ouvlope. Address Man  ager, 355 Caxtou uidg., Chicago, l     4-1  I  "I  was  not much iivjured���no���but  LOT FOR SALE���Lot on Tavistock i ���ha-iex*v ^oughts I had had of spend  i y  street in   Lake   rfboie  addition,  particulars apply at this ollice.  For.  li lifsi.**-  , tt -  - 't!>-  dytik  '     i 'iry  A y  '' il  n*  J,  J!i:  ..���ii  r ! ii.  Assessment work Contracts Taken.  Parties wishing to   have   assessiuen  ���jVork done on claims in   the vioinii\ o  Wo^id, will do well to consult oi   wnti  -1,      '.'.'-'I'^'.-imi-.v.    It,,-   terms.    ' Woifc  ..'..'   ,'i  I"\   (an.   ���,. ;i]    hf     ll'vm.-.i li       r.t  '-���in.imi   (0     iMld  I  ,'l  '1  jjuarantccc  r-at'-jiactioii    wiH   b  . a". A, SCOTT.  il  ��� (  . i��  'i  ,':i ii:) ���  " ca5i' ;-h'  TO TIIJE liJ'iAir���--"-'-  A rich lady cured of lior deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ji,ur Drums, gave $10,-  000 to his liibtinuu, so that de.il people  Unable to procuie thu Jfi.ir Drums may  have muni irwo. Address No, J4n22  J-he iSiciiulcuu Iiibtitute, 780, Eighth  Aveuij.-, New Voik, U. ti. A.  Halcyon Uot Spi-iuift,.  The most complete health resort on  the continent ol North America.    Situated   midst   .scenery   unrivalled   for  Krauduur.     THE   HALCYON    HOT  Bi'IUNGS Sanitarium, Halcyon  Hot  brings, Arrow Lake, B.   C.    Resident  jihyMci.m and nurse,    Boating fishing  ������nd   exuuifcionp.      Telegrjpliic    com-  '-.;-��� -:',;��:ii"ii    with    all   parts   of    the  7, 7;y  yAyi) in;iilsj arrive  and   depart  ''��il.y    T-Vi-nis. $jL5   to   $18   per   week  .���cconling    to   residence - in   hotel ior  villas,    ttsjjaths pure all  nervous arid  muscuiar diseases..   Its waters heal all  kidney, jliver/ and   stoniach  troubles.);  The baths and waters   are   aninvalu1-  bio. remedy for silver and  lead poiso'n-  *ng'    . *   '*���  mg an enjoyable evening- were rudely  dispelled from my mind. No, I was not  injured^ but I could almost swear that  one of the-pedals ocP that machine had  cut out a few Bquaxe inches oi my shin  bone and I imagined I could feel it  dangling about my ajukle. I was also  aware of the fact that there were several  non-repairable punctg.pe�� in my trousers and tnat my anatomy was bruised  and. sore in more places than I could  enumerate in a three-page article.  "To tell the truth, I wo* not at all  anxious to continue the demoralizing  lesKon, as T was sure that thitf expert  enoe would be the death of me/but I  wouldn't for an iiiBtant think of telling my fair companion that, I had to  give up.  "NoJ she should be the first to say it  was time to postpone tho practice until  another day. I was in hopes the wheel  was Ln eruch condition, after the hajrd  "all, that it would be impossible to use  it, but outside of a few scratches, it  caxne out of the tumble as did its owner  ���not in the leatt damaged.  "Well, we tried the mounting- business over ag-ain, and this time I w��f  prepared tor the shock and. she did land  on the saddle most beautifully.   After  I had balanced the seemingly uncontrollable wheel and told her to get ready  for the start off, she said to me that she  could ride fairly well now tihat she was  ou and if I would just take hold under  the back of the saddle arid follow her in  that way she thought she "could pedal  forward very well.    I did; as she told  me and after giving the wheel a slight  push she moved off.  iYes, she went it  aJone aJi rhjht;   All % had to do was to  followj-her. ..AVfirst.phe went slowly,  at what you would call a dog-trot, then  ��!h6 mereasod her spe^d.   And still all  I had to do was to follow her!  "As we were booming'merrily onward  shp. on the bicycle and j. on foot, she  asked tne if Ictidn't think this most  exhileratin^ sport. Of course, I said it  was. Then she said she enjoyed it so  much that she would continue on this  same, course naitil sho became tired,  wIkkj she would ahjw^unt, aod afte* a  n-arve m my hody seemed to tingle With  electric shocks:- I was just aib6dt done  up and-when I would think of/iliere-  'turn joui^noylkiy heart would neoily  Ixwrnd from its natural and.'best loca>  tion.  Every braath I tookseeme&'tobe  drawing hinjo ohimks of, solid 'air intb  my luaigs; instead of the pure, country  atmosphere which. I Iwis actually tak-  ��� ing into niy system.   I wa�� tired, sore  and   disgT.isted  with  everything-, erexn  with, ths 'misiden at my 'eide;J whom T  now thought one of the ugliest,- ihoat  uninteresting persons it had been my  misfortune, to meet1  I wad- thinking,  thinking deeply; thinking some tltfrf&s'  ����� would not daiv. think'alotid,'when J  was suddenly brought to my sisneea by  my fair companion saying;- JWell, rm  ready.''   go was I���I had to be,, and'I  at once  arose'and grabbccl1 up that  \rtieel.   Ot course, beforo I coiikl start  her homeward it was first neoe-esiiry to  get her pn-to-tha J>krj'cle, oaid I trein-  .bled'ps I thought of tSietask tJe/orome,  .This' time I braced mj'seif' agains). a  ience  nnd  held'oritp that wheel like  gTian:vieaged "death, and'  when" Miss  Jones boarded it in really artistic style,  I was gfeatly pleased,' I ptarted h��rpc  gmtiy and then took hold of tihe saddle  again, prepared to trot honw'boclc of  pie youn^r jiady.liko a'doff following its  paster.   I wascoiigrattdatinff myeelf  upon the lifefcle ,troub[& experienced in  getting: heo- ata^pd, ^hen "'tho' front  w-he&l of the bfeol^ b^an tc' wobble  and chug! wonf.^ii^ fan&e, bar law  fl ftooe, LuokUy,'I,*yraa on tha opposite  aide of the whcslaad paliiag' torriil ceJly  at the nigh hajadle be* 1 got It'aiid its'  burden again pefpendieulair. This time  I asked her ii she ware injured, and  showing me an aw-f*ul-ly bruised'hand,  she bravely replied, ��a little, bpt it'sim-  ma.teriaL'   Why, the skin was scraped  oil,the whole side of her hand, but she  bore it like a'heroine.   And right hcie  I wish to say tha* I began to thhik just  a wee little bit more of Miss Jones'than  i had while we were sitting at the roadside a way back. '  "Once again she started homeward  and by the way she pumped and pushed  those pedals I know she was mad about  that accidept, and as she gained speed,  I also begun th realize that my powers of  enduramee would give out ere long, unless she reduced her'gait.  At "last I had  io give up but I said nothing to her.  I  let her g-uide on'home.ward, as I thought  she would soon notice my'abeence and  then would either dismount or fall off, I  cared not which.   But she went on and J  graduaJJy lost sight of her in the darkness that was growing upon tho face of  the earth.   1 was ^lad thatshe had goiie  and I leisurely climbed upon a rail fe-nce  at the roadside and sat there meditating.   I was imid clear through and tbe  more I meditated the angrier I got.  But  at last it dawned' upon me that it was  not the proper thing, for me to.be sitting upon a wayside fence and leave a  young- lady to tako her own wav home  after nightfall.  Horror of horrors! suppose she had fallen from her bicycle  and at this very instant was lyingdn  the road,  possibly with a broken leg  or injured in some other way so as to be  unable to  move.    Suppose a team of  spirited horses were approaching and  the driver could nx>t see that proetrat-  farm and ran over itC   Ugh! the ver\  thought made my bjood run cold.    1  jumped from tlie fenee and started in  the direction in whicjj Miss Jones had  gone.   I walked along slowly, but as  more horrible possibilities came to my  mind I went faster until at last I was  running as fast as I could, but even then  I thought I was going* at a snail's pace.  Half a dozen times I imagined I saw  Miss Jones on the ground ahead of me  but always found it to be but a haSluci-  na,tion of my wild and disordered brain,  i did finally reach town and because I  had not found Miss Jones lying on the  road ,a a pool of blood I was sure that  she had, been epftrlted: away or kidnapped.  Shelf and Heavy  Hardware, Paints,  0I|s .gng Glass.-  ..t^a-Tinsmltliliijr ami  riumniii->���  - ' ..*-.*, s>  MCVJIJ'S  IJ-M-QING  HOTKh.  Boots #nd Shops. %  None but the best makes ?nd *}jrc to fit both feci nn.J  fi  ,   pocicat. ��� ������"'"'<, / rjSj  ' "    ' 'X.  len?s and Boys' Clothing, n  In this lino our sloojc is slricdy   up  jo  (la.lt-.   j.}\Villi{,. Hi  the highest and price tlie lowest. '  '   ',"      ?;        "'   Ci  1 ,*'**"'/--'���.- >y,  ���Stoves. ,    3  .' ���',' - , '>1  ( Seeing ia believing.    After lijiyjng ' Gpen  our ijif)ereni  '  lines you will bo'convinced .thai we'hayo tlie  beet am!  ,^  cheapest in Ti. C. *     A , ' ' *      '**  GMceries.  We lead tjio van rijslit^cre.    Al^ys free!, nn,J qnoHf'.2  I lie beat.    See ;:s for prices. ' '      '  ��� (%  AGENT FOIl,]rA3|Lrt.TOy J'OWDEH GO. '.  stohrs at citANihiqoi*: Aim .voyri?.  ��� -   - ^^�����������^������-^������  -          ii - v  I.  I11  5  T-he best of  aocommpdalion?  ���- ���    for the t raveling public.  KcBiahpij Bros.,, Props.  hopuired and Madf. in Order,  &IL. sklTH,    '"Mdyifl.  SBAR MAcEaCHKES" & JfACDONALDS.  ���* I  S. J. WHITCOMB  W1LDEY L0D3E^T0. Ma  i ' t -  Mecjts pvory Slondaj pvenipg in'���thpir  hall pn ' Victoria ptreet, P<";journi'ji��  Odd Fellows cordially inyitt-ci.'  w. p. ni;i��, *>*. a. ������  Jf. I. HOr.r.T.-*TER, TBKAIJ.  "TKiNp  DAj*BV,rIt. S  J.X.'XASDPRV    .F. 6.  House' painter, {jjrainer,  Khixier and paperhan-^-r.  All work on perfect siir-  .faceguruuieod. oPrices, according to quality nnd  <- . slock req.ii.ired  Moyie, B. c.  CHAS. "p.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Directpr  and  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion College o!' tlie  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's Mock', near Canadian  L3nnk of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly^.Uended to.  Cranbrook  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Meets in4McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend,  JoifN McDonam), j>. T. Smyth,  ,     President. ���    .     .Secretary  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on tbe first Wednesday  ���   'evening of each  month  at  S. o'clock, sharp.  J. P. Faekell, Pres.,'     ���  :V-. P. Macdoxald,    Lewis Thomson-,  , Wnq-.KKAJ.K ANIl ItBTAJ,.  MEAT - .-^MERCHAimi  J��;rei5b ���and Cured ^leai,, Fmh  Fish, Game  and; Ponliry,   u>  -?.��PPly .only ^ha^est. "your  ���    frnde Eolicitdd.  ' i >  9I.*i'RKErTK   ^,7  MACLEQD, FORT STKi-ME  PEROTE,     '      *      KIMBERLEY,"  WARDER, ORA-NBROOK  MOYIE, .   -Main rfficp.     -  '    CRANBROOK, B. C  w-  I    *.*  t  '"���  J"  'f.\  ���I    -   *l  1  ?*Vs  JBfr  ,Vice-Pres.  COURT MOirjtJST.  ' >*����� 40VS,  l  Moots on tlie Inst Thiir.-.  s.  flay of oat-h montli. V  Jlhig hrcilicrii itn-IiciJ  tomtoml.  i. T. McfMtEOOR, It. S.  ,  "  COMPANY.  MOYIE,    -    BRITISH COLUMB/ii.  A line sia.sOrtuient of/Vatcbc.--,  Clocks and jewelry ^always on  .  i    band. - Fine watch'   repairimj  a specialty.   Honest work ami  ' ���  ��iontfst'p,iy is our motto."  I p   0 ��� ' i.  o. o. i>jy.M.vujtisz. ��: ��-Karahwakucr  Mining Proj,Hft.y Loolrod'Aflrr.  FOR    FIXE  TAJLOPJXG   GO  B. C.  Presbyterian     Church  . SERVICE?.  ^Vro Iielc^y/McGrij^jiail -es.ci;   Sub-  MERCHANT   TAILO&  Fine   .Suitii'^-s.    Ov-oroontint-"  bath at 11 a.  m. ?-*/,,�� p. n>.  I^stoi's   bibU\  1 niHhed to tbe hoaso ol her parents.  Her brother John wim sitting on the  porch Binolcin-j a horribly rank stogy  and when I excitedly lu&ed him w^ere  his sister waa he looked at mo aa thwnffh  be ��>nBiderecl me a lunatic. I implored  him to tell ma, fpr the love he boro hie  sister.  "He looked -ai m�� a^ain, then slowly  turned hw eyea toward the side of the  house   My eyea followed his, and there  Mies Jones  stood,  cop! and collected  with a heavenly smile on ber face, and  ho-w beautiful she looked.    But I fell  to tho ground in a dead faint and when  next I realized.anything I -was in my  own room at home, with iny dear mother at my bedside,,,1 looked at her ques-  tioningrly, and then B-Md;   'Mother, how  many, weeks, have  I been m?>    She  looked-, frip-htenrd.  ; ^    answerer  AAhy. r:-.y di;., xt-,.y yn��'vc'!ir,-.V .>���.'���  a feu' i ���;;;  ���brou'-'i.  faii:!.'--.;"' '���;  the ��'���."���'���..���  ar.f'O..J, y;,'.  ��UMIER      .  VACATION '���  . TRIPS,'  "Exposition  Buffalo, $7^,00, July 3,  16; Aug-. 6, 20. -i  Sabbath  school ^.cd  class a,t[3op. ni.  Tbe public aro invited and jviiJ bo  j welco.-ned cordially lo ViU-h nnd all (>i  i Lhe':e si-rviocs. O. B. U.REJG,  Pastor.-  Troiii-t-r.-*  MOYIE.  lmp.nrtod  <Jorel..��.  B, 0  ly  r    r*   *  ��� *.-' 'Si  * - .* ���  \ . ,-4  ���   ���*��� 5'S  1 - v.*  r. r.*  f OUtWIt itmi>K&SY&GT. Prop,  ���Gager \>H>r fold   by the   ICvg vr do?*>n  liottlos  Bottled Beiei^  iii Stock. . . .  OalGirto Orders Given Strict Attention  Epworth Leag-ue Meeting, San Francisco,  $50, July 13, 14, 15.    )  Christian       Endeavor.'  Convention, Cincin-   j  nati, $��8.50, July     J  2nd, 3rd, \  -r-��+-  /!'!;;(! .in-u'f. i'i������-;,-  \\-XA- .-TUiy  ���.���'���? '������.-���ainji,. ���;���. ,  National Education Association,  Detroit,  ;:l' $71.25, July & 3. ���.���������*'���  Appjy for Rates, Mapp, Time Cards, Tickets find  .     Full;.Iuforra��tlqp tp Nearest Local  Agent,.    , ���  6-. Hidier, Agent, Moyie.  ���I, S. CARTER,        i '.   .  Prices Giveii.  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything-  in the Printing  Xtine at the  nisi,'Puss, Aift,  NelfcO.II,    7  J2. X, COYI.E,  A.sa't Gen. rnss, A��fc,  Vsnenver,'..  The Iieading- Ladies  and Mens Furnishers,  I  1  [Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  A Full Stock of Miners Supplies  Alwny*-* on  ffand.1  Call   and   Inspect Our   Goods.  -���FOR^r   A     AX'    I  -AbSO-   '   ''    .'��� ���   "  Baggaok,  I'-XPRKSS     AND  DlOf.'IVKKY.  ���GKNMAr  l&U,  %%^^-^!^-^^fm^wxm'A^i^t^m%^a  ff./H.uii*aiiUi��  aJHjBSMAi'imiiiiwuiiimwijmiau'.M


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