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The Moyie Leader Jul 12, 1902

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 m  4m  t��tslAJ  p-j  $mm  U'AAm  Love  ihan to pay  [C   handier  to  own  jdMiiii* moving   Sou  ��� ,*���  yt^tti/UC  '���^���K-'At-r.'^.A.  UJ-ll  parts   o  f   (vivii   un  if  ill  If'H  til  "��-"'���' 'id ls���~':  4-  i.'^j-'w^';  13.  0 '   J  ^INGCO  -R co.  CO.    .  co.     hi  ODONALP;" il  MOYIE, B. 0.. JULYlg." 1S02.  tl tBgtf&ferfy-'*^  fr*  IE.  From Oar Think Tank  'i thei  Jon Raul that the man who rijakes a .noise when 'times  always somewhere in the vicinity of (.he band wagon  ttcessiou starts.' '   '    ' '  it rue   that ihoet ol Iho business men   who, are  content  thoir atorta and wait until  customers   coinc  and   buy  \ growing round shouldered  carrying'' cash' receipts   to  |rc have fin excellent stock of ladies'  white  ���ear to show yon (hie w-.-olc nt  n ���* 1 t. w ��a &r \  S��A YEAR  ^ r ��  Tells Tale of Woe'- to  the People.  fWW-KilK! m  ��S' TIE LEADEB  3<  COMPANY'S;  '��� A*'- >����� *gA<- ��*f. ^i J**"- S*. >*��*. J&". yd**, .<?. ,��?. r��?,  i ���* �����^yn**:r-f .��"������ ff* i M^i  nery  Says that Many Statements  Made About; Him' are'  .False and. Without  ,   ��   Foundation,    ��� *"  ���^Z-'AZL-srs.^'.jer.^.  M. BANI   OF t J. COMMERCE  f t  Ad Up Capital. $8,000,000. ".  ��� l  * ' * r o  (, 1 '  ���Wl'CH-  ,.  . HUBERT HAINES, MGR  MOYffi  \  n  /-  K  ��&ry  Med  vy it and  fcfcs^rr-j-wa  n  ���  *       i . , r\      \.  ,,     N. At. Mac1��uszo3/" Proprietor. ���   .  1 ( *    ' r ^  fen.1 trie  -iriasses;  'Everything- First  respect.-/Sample Booms  for  Commercial Men.  British Columbia.  In tlio Inst }l\,\e of tlie Ferine Free  J'ros^fr.'Joh,, W, Kickers, ex-trustee  af Hie :>r���yie school board, ��� tells the  people hi-.. Hnie tal.*, of ;VOl; .���u,   giveg  vent tu hi's iwluw, which   lie  61aiins  linveLoeo  very  l,udiy' lacerated.    At  /���lie-botiom along with his-name appear tlie lei.ter.-3 "adv.,;,' which menus  ���Imtitwas printed as 'an advertisement and that /he commercial r^te of  .idverti&injf wjis paid ��� fur ii. Jt L;03t  Mr. ilickcrs .fy.Io to Jiave tlii? letter  publUljcd-���a sufficient Amount loir-iv  yeU/M   on   BBVural 'caae-i, ol -cmned  corn j peas, sulmon and toiurilocs.  Air.   Iiickerd,   oi   course,   contends  that most of the  proceeding at the  recent school   election    were   out  of  j order,    and   that   many     statements  mnde in the Leader,concerning it are  failse.  He b'rsn-Jj tbe citizens #bo' attended the fisst sa'eetiwg a& "a giing oi lond  talkers twi 'blu^ers.'5'. 'ter. Clmif,, he  says, is not a voter in the Moyie sehjol  district/and   Wesley,, Cline- "is    an  beoanifj   erratic.     "What! Close   'the  school v.'ithouL my authority, anJ   me  a proud and worthy trustee?   Never!"  Then !;o declared   war   to   the   knife.  Somebody   must suffer.     Sutherland  -had offended the "king" rfnd off must  come hi-- head.    Then, as  the  Leader  eaid before, the people topic a hand.   A  petition was circulated.    This petition  was lo the effect that the persons   who  signed it had confidence in Mr.  Sutherland and  believed  he t was justified  inclosing the   school  under, tho circumstances.   There were  23 families  sending children to the Moyie  school,  and the petition    was   signed   by   the  heads of 21 out   of   the   23,    This  is  surely conclusive   evidence   that   Mr.'  Kickers was in tlie wron*'.  Mr. Kickers snys he   does   uot  "sac  why tho edhor of this paper should be  ���:0(jnteif'.;!cd in this school   meeting."  The editor of the Leader'has taken an  interest in every school election'which  has been held  in Moyie for the. past  four year?, and has serrved one year as  a trustee.    He is also willing to wager  dollars to doughnuts that he has given  ���15 for every 50 cents that  Mr. Ricb'ers  has given towards  the   Moyie 'school.  The Leader hold3   nothing   against  Mr. Hickers as a  citizen.    He, is  here  ���in bueiupis, ancl we   wish   him every  success.    But  his   combative   nature  and- stubborn disposition   make   him'  unfit for ihe   holding   of   any   public  oiiicc.    Then again Lia   language, -in  speaking of his fellow townsmen   who  happen  to   disagree   with   him' (and  nearly all of uie'in do) is altogether too  nl<\ vulgar ana abusive.  In couulu.-iou we think Mr. Rickers  would have been better advised had  he not' cast offensive' innuendoes at  the editor's    character.      Ho   has  no  ment   Work  Satisfactory.  LOCAL    NEWS.  the   ice   cream social,  INSTALLING JEW BOILERS  Question of E'esumption of  Shipments ���> Still ' Un-"  solved--Lead .Must  " ��� Advance  The latest reports   from   Moyie   are  lo, the   effect ' that   recent   'developments at the St.  Eugene   mine  have  proved   eminently    satisfactory   and  that"the property  is  improving ' constantly, says a' .Rossland  dispatch   to  the  Spokesman-Review.-   Since ship,  ments 'were suspended last year at the  time of the drop iu   lead  quotations a  crew of 25 men aud upwards has   been  at work continually   on   development,  the principal feature of  which  is 'the  sinking of a large   three compartment  working   shaft   on   tho   Lake   Shore  claim of the St. Eugene group.   When  tliis work was inaugurated it was predicted that by reason of its  proximity  to the shore of lake   Moyie  the workings would  speedily   be   flooded  out  Lar-iii fciunple roinii; iu connection  with house for commercial ;nMi.~ Befit  of accommodations.  briers for Comrnenciai and Mining Men.  1 Thei  ���st;the  i with  ligars.,  ~ii  I  METAL   MARKET,      ,  f   .New   Yojik'���-Unr silver,  53./'cents  .Lead, Sp-1.124..   Copper,  $12.20. ���  Loudon���Lend, ,��11, Cs. 3d.  )r.i!.nnl.v  American   citizen.,   In' this  the, wise  and mightj;..Mr. .Rickers displays gross  ignorance in  his   knowledge   of   the  school .law.     If  he   had  taken   the  trouble to read the notices, which  he  posted up previous to the election  he  would    have    discovered  that   "Any  householder or freeholder .resident in  any school district for a period ,of  six  months previous to��� the  election,  and  bt-ingof the full ago of  21.   years,  and  the wile.of any   such  householder  or  freeholder,Wall be entitled to veto  at  any school meeting held in   such  district, and for tho election of  trustees."  Mr. Clark is a resident in aud a property holder in thia district and was en-  entitled to  vote.    Mr.   Cline, though  /a [an American   citizen,' had   'he same  >4; | privilege.   .. \ '      ��� ,  Mr. Rickers misquotes this paper  when lie says: "The Leader says I  threatened to take A. W. Sutherland's  certificate^ from him." -'What the  Leader did ray was : "The report has  it that he(Mr. Rickers) said he would  have Mr. Sutherland removed at piico  aud have his   certificate   taken from  ground whatever for soecific charges "d ih^B0��� oth��* method <*' open-  and therefore 'vents his spleea bj> I ^ "P l^ ^ ^ ��f ihe Vdna  making a cowardly and despicable  in-   T ^1^�� ^   adoPted'    Ifc has  ��nriftMoa   in  Wclnding   his   }efcter_ ! l0^ ^ce_,bee" Anionstrated that the  This-vshoic'd'us creatu-re'���slionld; with-  d ra V7 his -poiso n o u s fa h gs".  years or  " "Amber'r'Piug Smoking Tobacco  is  winning on its merits,     ' '  .\.  . . a  "Have you tried it?"    ^ ���    ���  Save the tags they are valuable.  Board of Trade aieating,'  A special meeting of  the  board  of  trade in the Leader office   Wednesday  afternoon lo'discus3 a communication  from   G. 0.  Buchanan,   president  ol"  the associated boards, relative to some  action being taken by   that   body  in  endeavoring to  bring   about 'an  amicable settlement  between   the miners  and   the   coal   company    at   Ferni$,  Those present seemed to be under  the  impression that the associated   boards  should not take any action   until  first  invited to do so by both  parlies,    The  sympathies of   tho   members   of  this  board are certainly with tlie miners.  H  m  ��ng  iff-.f'SBj*:  man who  Is liis Shoes  n  us  .needs  only  Ififc.   We pro-  friniin 'all  lfcs  of style  Service. It's  n}Y  interest  |eii- you a sat-  !ctory    shoe  fw  know  " than we  ��^'   Slibe  ^aciion.  Tiutlvfi o( DtSKol'utfoii '  Tins ii) to certify _ that tht under-  t-igucd have (his i\,\y dissolved partner-  ,-hip hy sninual consent,  \V. \.   Hatniltoi!, asj-ignu,   t/ansfers  and convryc to J. Frith   all hi-j   light,  (iLle   and   nilrn-t't    i;i     the    bu>iiusb i  Q-f jearrit'd on in   the-   name   of  Frith   �� I  1 liumiltoii.    Tno said J. Frith assume.-; I  all liabilities.       J. lWITll,  W. A. HAMILTON.     I  Moyie, July -J, I!H>2.  i him/'    Note the difference.  The   minutes   of   the   meeting   at  j which' the school election   was hr-kl, a  JCost iii Uie Woods.  , Bob McKinnon. an old-time resident and prospector df ^the Fort  Steele district, is missing in tho mountains and it is feared tlisSt he has  perished.  McKinnon   was   employed   on   the  government   (rail .up     Wild    Horse  Some time   Mendar  this   G'cora   were ' altogether  uefotjptfed/ tiib fotrrratic'if betv/eeu the  new sn:a'?t tiid   tlie  laie  chofa  being  quite impervious to water.,. The  crew  ..is now engaged in'   dnf^iitg , ���><-,���">;���   nAC  first station in the new shaft, which is  the 125 foot level c-f the mine, to open  up certain known bodies   of   ore ' tiiat  ! haye already been explored by  means  of diamond drilling. . ]STo details   are  given to the extent of these ore bodies  beyond the assurance  that  the  company   is   thoroughly    satisfied    with  their size   and  values.    Development  has also been carried ahead on  the St..  Eugene claim���the upper workings of  the group.  With a vie\v to increasing the facilities for handling the oVe the company  is installing at the o present   time two  fine Wilcox A Babcock boilers of  150  horsepower each   in   the  compressor  building.    Those    will    furnish    (he  power necessary   to   operate   the  in.  creased area of workings  since orn was  last mined.  The question as to a resumption of  shipments from the St. Eugene is  sciil unsolved. The compariy hac  gone on record that it cannot afford  to ship its product until lead touches  the ��13 mark, and this is ��� still to "ho  adhered to".    Lead is   now  .'luctuating  Don't forget  the evening.  John One returned from  the' hospital this morning.  Mrs. W. R. Stone, returned from  Cranbrook today. She was accompanied by Miss Patmore, who will re- ���  main here on a visit for gome time.  F. J. McMahon was down to Elko  last Wednesday.  ' Paul Jensen and W. G. Bateman '  have taken up Caribou- marsh as a  ranch. They tliink ' with a little  draining the marsh can he converted  into excellent meadow and pasture  land. .     ��� .     " '     ,  Mrs. Hannington and daughter  are visiting in Fort Steele.  Frank Johnston' returned Mouday  from'Blairrnore, where he had been  taking baths in the sulphur springs  for rheumatism,  J. A. Harvey was   here   the first  of',  the week to attend  a  meeting  of  the  Waterworks company.*  .   Ml' A. Beale is spending a few ' days  [in Fort Steele and Elko".  ���  ,   Ma"torAHowe   returned "to Macleod  Wednesday.,    The   major' was   very  much pleased with Moyie, and signified his intention of bringing his . fam- '  ily here for a while this summer.  ' Stevie   Davey,   the   "cousin,   Jack  wrestler," is in town.  c  Arch. Dick, government mine inspector, was here this week on official  businob*-: - , r -  Frank Cryderman'  left Wednesday  1 for Macleod, where he   will'   enlist  in  the Northwest,mounted police, as hoa-  pital'sergeant.   ���  A force of men   was   put   to work  Friday installing the new ��� Willcox.', eg"  Babcock boilers   at' the   St.  Eugene'   ,P  compressor.      H.   \y.    Mclntyfe",  b'i  'SViii  Francisco  ie   in ,charge' of  tte   ���  WO'rt:.  A 9$ boy baby was born to'Mr. ,an^  Mrs.   H.   H.   Dimdck  last   Tuesday    '  morning.     Harry   gays' the   boy has" ' '  already shown evidences   of   being a  miner  and   that   he' is   continually  reaching for the chuck wrench.  The usual service will be held in  Drewry's building Sunday evening at "  8 o'clock. Subject, "The secret of' a  great life.'' Sunday school at 3'  o'clock. The public will be made  welcome at these services. AV E".  Marshall, pastor.  ,    Hotel CHangrcs Management.  This week the   Cosmopolitan hotel'  changed   management' Mr.  Stephen-  sen giving" a lease cf the' pla'ce to Wm..  Mills,' who will hereafter conduct  the'  business.  ue  found.  ��������� i ���,i,Aji r-i . ���        ��� - fU\��i --.oo iuus oi   nqn   trrai  .���imoor   .1 lug Smoking  Tobacco is    . ���(poln ,. f ,  auina on ifS ���,firn- ecntrato-i per diem, and th  ill-  nmhl   scenery    uniivaJle.I   for |    .         y   Alkxanj,kr B0���iybW  TJUO   IfALCVO.V    ffOT!      ? - -��� ..-._, t.. ....  iclil  &  <A��  ���    Al  Ifalcj'on Hot yprlriji^.  'i'liu most complete health icsoit on  tin- continent of North America  unfed'  urunduer.  Si'JilNGS Sanitan'uni, ifalcyim Hoi  springs, Arruiv Lake, J?.   C.    Reaidom  I'hyrjici.m and nur.e, Ijii.'ding fishiiig  :uid e.feiir.'io.i". 'i'-'I'��� r.ipliii' -am.\-  inunic.Hlou with all part* It the  woild.    Two in.wN airi". i'   and   c'.'-i.nt  ;!S   jMM-   week  m   hotel   or  ord   of   tlie   proceedings.    These Mr.  Ilickert: could have soon and read,'and  can yet do so if he desires.    An   ox.aet  copy of these minutes wero   forwarded  lo Mr. Alexander   Kohihson,   superintendent of education at Victoria.    Mr.  J Robinson's reply iy as follows:  [ ViCTOKi.v, JVia- 'Mid, 1002.  P. D. Hope, Seciotary iMoyfe School  Board, Sir:    I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the   28lh  June , U1USU U1J  enclosing a cojiy of   proceedings  li:ui   ,,   ",,,,1,      n���       ������  at the election of Ihree school taislces'     "  ! v/ V �� "g�� h��  gilvc l0  on the 2Slh ult., and beg to advise you U' y ������ l"��ss, iu,behalf of eastern  in reply that the proceedings appear lo partio--, and option on his interest in  this departnic'i. to have been quite m the Silver Queen, which v.-as cii-on up  order, and will be so regarded. I.,,,,�� ��� .i.r ������ -   -    y  was   missed { ar0U1��*   -cHr so   that   the, prospect of  'shipments1 seem   remote.    With     its  concentrating-   facilities   tha  recorded by Mr. JLuvke, is a   true  rcc-llrom   c-yup*    Seac!i   has   been   made  'for him since;but   he   his   not   been ! Pr��sent  ���mine could   now   produce so:i>ething  over 100 tons of high   grade lead   eon-  could   bi  winning on its merits  "Have you tried it?"'  Save the tags they are valuable.  Jolinson -"-on., Mliiiiij"' lutcrcc't.  O. J. Johnson has returned   from  trip to Fori Steele, where he   went  a  ., .      - -  -_       to  tStn  June (close up a    deal    upon   nomc mining  substantially incicased   by  sln'pments  of clean ore were it   desirable   to   en-  | h-inco the output   in    view, of  which)  facts the St. Eugene must br- regarded  as the most important   factor   in   (lie  load industry  in   Canada   and among  the front rank   of   lead   properties in  America.  Superintendent of Education.  Mr. Ki'biii--un -J lei'.or .-ps.iks   for   il-  ���Ji'lf, anil vjndieafi..-;  (!;(:   action   of the  citi���en.- ol Moyie.  Mr. iiii-L'.' ' l,*:i in.- nr.e   oth.er   tiiiin  hiui-'-lf Lo U.'ru.* :ai t.hi.-i   troublo.     Tl",  '���<,i    i*i ii':".:.'(!     hi     \J'i)\*ii>     ami'  and p.iid.  GENERAL   NEWS   WOrES:  King Edv.ard   will   ba  crowned   be-   ��� i nveen August lllh and   August   Uth.  XOTICK.  xo/.vo '- Herein- b1���.��� lllat ��0 d(,��� nI(ui ^.^^ [     U-iKM.-ii Cronje, the   Boor   eoin'man- j  i hit! mi -onpi.Jy to tho cliia coimuii-oioiicr of I (ior* ,v]ki V'',M: il!*'   ":'m:,r   ^v '������   eapturcd   j  "i^orJc-for a   ipwini  ].-c*juc0  t0 cut. bv l,.nd Robe: in .''! P.. ij-(1,'1;(t >   0"ft')"��  ;^-tUnberiro��lller0ltewluB,es|i;j.a::i,llPj    i:1     ^s^vy>     ^    ^ |  take:, tho t).uh of Arcginncc   to   King  i.rl.l'.- 1  n:i'i '.'.".try  cnlioil l.nuls  (Mii'ii'-'i'uiieaiapcsi,,^,,,,,,!   llt  ,,.,. Koi.;h;  1  * Woflald.  i ���*,  daily.*    Term", !;'!���"'  '<>  according   ,tn   li'.-'.i'l.'uco  villii.s. , lis bully, i-oro all   nLMVous am  muscular ditfoaiies.    '.{is  kidii'ey,   liver -and  The baths nnil.waters arc an invahiahlo  renieily'for silver and lead   poisoning.  .iters heal all  atoiiiaeh   troubles,  ,-in. ii      r'C   ri trrn.'d    to   .Moyio  1 'in.iul lli.u ii i oiit i.'.ii.'ti'^  di3eiif--o   w  previi'le.'i't... and    thai:    lisp.'school . had'v��n'  l.n'i'i), clo-icd by   oi'iior   of   ihc-dc'ctoi',',  (ivhicli they h-Ad a perfect right to . do)  ha'had aciitiiesced with   the ���ii'ction  ol'  i!ie pliy.-rieiaus and teacher, ns ho should  liave   done,   all   this    unpleasantness  W,-1 L.., Per of r,ot k-js group , ono, BosUCooic-  ���m*. ���"����  ��-rth  of I'm-,,,,,  Bfll. crcuk    thui  ,i  ���tiert  ".i.  a; i  Mia; :'ah���ei' Bnr croob to u,t ���niJY ^.l;;-;;- . t��i...  ,:a"1 '^f 77,..tSnCu "wt f0 th<> ^"til w��.-t I     Tlie sm- iti :-  ���, ... ,.ol.  .^J,y tucnoo-north" -10  cknms, "  , ,,ii,^o.tSOohaxus, thcuco: abutli- 40 chain,  :.K-.^-..*.i��t^ cbainrf   to  poiut  of commbnet-  |i,:.��;aiJi"uiUauiin*? o-IO acres moK or less.  I    "1;:     ��� '���.-,���'       " ���" I- AV. Kit IT] r  |';-,i!.'��'. rln.-j, i Mi'day of July, im,;,.  "i.iror.  would iiavohoen avoided,. .Inotead, ho  -i^.:RENT-.A five  room  cottage  t..iniiihcd.    Inquire at Loader  Office.  '���'-    iho     remaining  m�� his o;:nrnple.  (,'rand   Forl'.i   and  .; riirjieni:: have bo.:a closed   on..account  ! of the coko i'aniine'an'd Vill   tho   others  } Will liave  lo   follow ;aui't    this   week,  J J-fpudrcds of men have been laid off at  j the mines in   the-boundary, country,  'and throughout that section there is a  general depression id.coqseqCieude.  Improves the flavor  and adds to the health- -  fulness of the  food.  When outfitting  for camp  always take Dr. Price's Cream-  Baking Powder, for good  ���  -health and gdo& Food.     It  makes  the finest flapjacks,-  biscuits arid, bread,  .. Never go, into the woods away  from a doctor with a cheap alum '  bak.rrgy-.owdcr in the outfit. You ���  t^VorlH^'^^'^^eriir  -  PRlft* BAKINGS POWDER CO., CHIcic^'  n  ��� s  y ���'��� 'i  ' i  y f ��� At  "    i  ; "!  ;   '-ii  ' : i'  ;���: il  .    . ' i  1  j ��� !  ! y 1 ll  )  I  '! ,4-'  i ,'  ' .1  , i  ,   <!  ���j -', r  J.'"'     '  i' y .  -'  M    i.  'ft  !     , .  .!'���'  i;  ���. I   .  if. -���  ... ,-.- > < *  ���'���   .,','- ���  -  '-  k' y   '  -   ,1 . "  i   i   '  f  ,  f  V  . c  ii  i  I   -         /  c  f     J     '.  [  IK                   4                 f  .   ' 1  '  ���-   '    .          '  1  _,*������  ,   .1  ���i!��'- '   '  c  II  n  i  .1  c  .0, .ii.i.iii.wi im*��.iii  By SIR WALTER BESANT.  (CopyrigUt 1900 by Sir WaHer lie-sank)  CHAPTER VIII.  rriK duel.  HE postboy, foreseeing  events which might  require a clear stage,  warily drew his chaise  off the road, which  here widened into a  small area trodden flat  by many feet, into the  grassy field at the side, and stood at  the horses' heads In readiness.  The men on the ladder, who were  pulling away at the thatch with zeal,  stopped their work. . "What's that,  George?" asked one. "Seems like  horses. They're coming after the young  lady likely." So he slid down the ladder, followed by the other, and they  ran round to the front, seizing their  poles In case of need. At elections and  on the-occasion of a street fight the,  chairman's pole has often proved a  very efficient weapon. Handled with  dexterity, it Is like a quarter staff, but  heavier, and will not only stun a man,  but will brain him or break arm, leg  or ribs for him.  Another discovery was that of the  two  men   belonging   to   the  chair   In  ���which  Molly   was carried  off.    They  were found In one of the low taverns  by the riverside drinking. One of them  was..already ,too  far gone to speak;  tbe other, with a stronger head, was  able to give Information, which he was  quite ready to do.    A  gentleman,  he  said, had engaged the chair and had'  given them a guinea to drink If rhey  would suffer him to find his own ehair-  '   men.    JSis-descriptlon  of tho gentleman corresponded  with  that already  furnfsbed. ��� He spoke of a tall gentle-  "   man  with a flushed face and  rough  manner of speech.    He knew nothing  more except that two men, strangers  to  himself,  had  taken the, chair and  < carried It off.  "(Jentlemen," said his lordship  "there can be, I fear, no doubt < The  abduction of Miss Molly has been designed and attempted, by Mr. Kising.  Fortunately he cau not have gone very  far. It remains for lis to find the road  which be has taken."   ,  Thev fell to considering the various  roads, which   lead   out  of   the  towi.  There is the highroad to Ely Cambridge and London, but to carry a  chair with an unwilling lady In it on  the highroad, frequented by night as  well as by day with, travelers of all  kinds and strings of pack horses,, would  be ridiculous. There Was the road  which led to the villages on the'e.'jr>t  side of the Wash. There was also the  road to Swaffham and Norwich.  "I nm of opinion," said one of the  gentlemen, "that he has fixed on some  lonely place not far from Lynn where  he ciw make her prisoner until sho  complies with his pjurpose and consents to marry him."    r  .        ,.  Captain Crowle shook his head. "She  'would never consent," he said. "My  girl is almost as strong as any man  and quite as resolute. There will be  murder If this villain attempts violence." '  (  Just then the landlady of the Crown  threw open the dpor and burst In. "Oh,  gentlemen,  gentlemen,"  she  cried,   "I  have found out where they are gone.'  Hide  after  them!    Ride  after  them,  quick, before worse mischief Is done. I  have-ordered all.the horses in the sta-  11 bles to be saddled.    There are eight.  Quick, gentlemen!   Ride after them!"  "Quick, quick!" said his lordship.  "Where are they?1' Where are they?,"  The captain sprang up. ,  "They are on their way.    They cannot be there yet," ' , '���  ( "But where?   Where?"  " '' "Mr. Rising ordered a post chaise to  . wait for him at 10 o'clock."  "He left the gardens," said his, lordship, "about that time.   Goon."   '<  "ne ordered it at the Duke's Head.  The postboy told the hostler his orders.  He was to wait for Mr. Rising at the  " Traveler's Rest on the way to Woot-  ten."  "The Traveler's Rest? What kind of  place is that?"  "It is a bad place, my lord���a vil-1  lainous place on a lonely road up and  down which there Is little traveling. It  is a resort..of peddlers, tinkers and the  like, gypsies, vagabonds, footpads and  rogues. It is no place lov a young lady."  "It ls not, Indeed," said one of the  gentlemen.  "Gentlemen," the landlady repeated,  "ride after him! Ride after them! Oh,  the sweet Miss Molly!"  "Are the horses ready?"  "They will be ready in a minute."  "Gentlemen, there are, yon < hear,  eight horses. Captain Crowle will take  one: I will take another.. The remaining six are at your disposal. I shall  feel honored if you will accompany me,  but on one condition, if you will allow  me to make a condition. The man will  fight, I suppose?"  "Tom Rising," one of��� them replied,"  "would fight the devil:"1  "One could desire nothing better.  The condition is that when we overtake Mr. Rising you will leave him to  me.   That Is understood?"  "My lord, we cannot, by yotir leave,  allow your valuable life to be at the  hazard of a duel with a man both desperate and reckless."        v  "I shall take care of myself, I assure  you. Meantime, If I fall, I name Colonel Lanyon to succeed me, and after  him, should he, too, unhappily fall,  you will yourselves name his successor.  Gentlemen, wo must rescue the lady,  and we must punish the abductor. I  hear the horses.   Come."  -For   m.v   part."   .Molly   toM   m<*  saw them suddenly  d<"-i-*t   f'-oin  tin*"  work,   though   in   a   few   minute**,  hole in   the thatch   would   liave An-i<i  large enough ro admit ol" a man's pa**.--  ing  through.     I   was   waiting   within  knife in baud.    Do yon think I would  have suffered one of those fellows ro  lay hand upon me?    Well, in the midst  of their work they stopped, they listen  ed. aiid  they stepped down the ladder  WJjiat did  this  inenn?    There wa**- no  window   to   the   loft   except   a   singh*  frame of glass with half a dozen smalt  diamond shaped patios, too high up tn  MM've any purpose except to admit  a  little light.   I put my head through the  hole In the thatch, and 1 heard-*-im:i��  iue my joy���the clatter of horses' hoofs  and the voices of the horsemen.    A no  then I knew nnd was quite certain thai  my rescue had arrived.    Mack,' I said  to myself, 'has found out the way taken  by   this   villain   and   is   riding  after  him.'"     ,  'Alas!, I, who should have been riding  in the front of all was at that moment  unconsciously sleeping in my bunk  aboard the Lady of Lynn.  "I  thought that ot such a moment  Mr. Rising would be wholly occupied  with  defending himself.    I  therefore  withdrew the boards from tlie top of  the stair , and looked  down.    No one  was In tbe room  below  that I could  see.    I  cautiously descended.     In  the  corner of the settle by  the 'fireplace  there was the old woman of the.house  "'They are coming after you. missy,'  she snld.    'I knew now it would end.  I warned him.   I told him that everything was against It/  I read his luck  hy the cards and by the magpies and  by   the   swallows.   ��� Everything   was  against it.    They are coming.    Hark!  They are very close now.    And they  will kill him.'  "I ran to the open,door.    Mr. Rising  was Jo themiddle of the road, .without  his hat, his sword in h'ls hand; behind  him stood his chairmen. " He was not  going to give inc up without a fight.  The postboy had drawn the chaise into  tiie  field, ,,and   the  sedan   chair   was  standing   beside  it.     And   down   the  road, only a little way off, I saw in the  growing light of daybreak  Lord   Fy-  lingdale   leading,   the  captain   beside  him and half a dozen gentlemen following, all on horseback.     ���*    '  " 'There she is! There . Is , Molly!'  cried the captain. 'What cheer, lass?  What cheer?' ' ���     /  "Lord Fylingdale held up his hand!  The whole party drew rein and halted.  Then their leader dismounted.    Thev  One of the marvels of the age la  sensational show features is the perilous feat known as "Loop the Loop"  which will be performed at, the Winnipeg Industrial exhibition' July 21 <  to 25,  this year.   Diavolo,   who does  the trick, knows full well the danger performance looks like a man riding  lie inns every time ho performs i't. In head down on a bicycle track like a  Minneapolis,   the second  day,of    the   fly on the ceiling. '       f  Elks'  fair,   Diavolo  forgot  his  usual      The public'has  been surfeited with  caution     and     was hurled    from'  the   bicycle  riding tricks- of  the  ordinary  track to  the soft sawdust beneath', a   sort, nnd the Winnipeg Industrial ex-<>  distance   of  over   thirty   feet.    Fortii**   hibition management claims  that     it  nately he'escaped serious injurs-,  and   has in Diavolo'a feature that .will bo _    will  be  in  good  condition  to   appear   perhaps, one   of   the'biggest   drawing  , condition are most favorable. He suf- The    performance   will *>g  at. Winnipeg's big fair'.    To'the orditi-   cards at the fair thi.s year. fened  a  severe** shock,   but  says    that  Canada for the first time tl  ary  observer,   the   "Loop   tlie  Loop" ." .Late reports in regard to Diavolo's    n<>  mishaps will  occur in  the future,  nipeg Industrial, July 21*  From the top of the cathedral spire  in Mexico you can see the entire city,  and the most striking feature of the  view is ' tho absence of chimneys.  There is not a chimney in all Mexico;  not a, grate, nor a stove, nor a furnace. All the cooking is done with  charcoal in Dutch ovens.  were now  about<>20  yards   from   tho  men. ��� He threw his reins to the nearest of the little troop. 'Gentlemen,'  he said, 'wc must proceed with this  business without hurry or bluster or  threats. Mr. Rising will perhaps  threaten and bluster. We are here to  rescue a lady'and to punish a villain.  Let both be done without appearance  of wrath or revenge. Captain Crowle,  do not dismount,' I ��entreat you, until  the conclusion of the next act. Molly  is, as you see, apparently safe and unhurt.'  ' "They obeyed. .    '  " 'I shall now measure swords with  the young gentleman who thinks that  he can carry off heiresses with impunity. I would .advise you 'to advance  a little-closer to the house. He must  understand that punishment awaits  him, If not from mo, then from some  other of this company.'  " 'Look at Tom,' said one of them.  'His blood is up. He Is now all for  fighting. lie means mischief, If ever  he has meant mischief. I remember at  Swaffham when he fought' the young  squire of Headlngley. "That was about  a girl, too���a mere, worthless drab of  a tavern servant. Torn broke down his  man's, guard and rah him through in  half a minute., I wish we were well  out of this job.'  "Tom stood in the road, as I have  said, his sword in hand, his hat lying  on the ground before him. If flaming  cheeks and eyes as fiery as those of a  bull brought to bay mean mischief,  then Tom's intention was murderous.  1 " "To thwart Tom In anything,' the  gentleman went on, 'is dangerous; but  to take away his girl���and such a girl���  to rob him of that great fortune just at  the moment of success, would madden  the mildest of men. He looks like a  madman. Should one warn his lordship? And he has got two chairmen  with their poles in readiness. We  should ride in upon them before they  can do any mischief.' So they whispered.  "Said Captain Crowle: 'Kill him, my  lord.    Kill the villain.l Kill him.'.  '"Let-me warn your lordship,' said  the gentleman who had last spoken.  'His method will be a fierce attack. He  will try to break down your guard.'  " 'I know that method.'-Lord Fylingdale replied coldly. Then be stepped  forward and took off his hat. 'Mr.  Rising,' he said, 'this affair might  very well be settled by two or three  sailors or common' porters. We aro  willing, however, to treat you as a gentleman, which, sir, you no longer deserve.'  " 'Go on, go on,' said Tom. ' 'Twill  be all the same in five minutes.'  " 'I am therefore going to do you the  honor of fighting you.'  " 'I shall show you how -I appreciate  that honor. Stop talking, man, and  begin.'  " 'I must, however, warn you that if  you are to fight as a gentleman you  must try to behave as one for this occasion only. Should you attempt any  kind of treachery my friends will interfere. In that case you will certainly  not leave tbe field alive.'  '���.-���*,       I'''*'^^* l'o.ntimjjso.i      <;:?-������*���  '"���-'*-     . _        :   ^ksii^i.  tlorncaenh.  Russian physicians assert that horseflesh is more nutritious than beef.  To. Clfiin   Uritsn.  When cleaning brass, better results  are obtained if the discolored articles  are treated to an application of n salt  and vinegar solution before the usual  brass Dolish is Used.  A REMARKABLE CASE  <?&9-uJx>���  :rnjzni>  &&e> M^y  e^^ufynrJA  TOLD BY ( MR-yORLTN POST,  GRTJMIDGE, MANITOBA.  OF  Suffered     Greatly For    Five Years  From . Rheumatism���Doctors and  Many.    Medicines    Failed to Flelp  Him, But lie Got the Right Medicine at Last.                  '��� ���  <&Ju- -A r (��ade/ Mtt^c^f-Je^  tntrf[ ��t*dov-cc��/ 4sfC<i/ <&rl4>c4Lr  f^M.  From the'Echo, Dominion City, Man.  ^Recently while t chatting wrtb a reporter of the Echo, Mr. Orlin Post,  a well.-known farmer of Grumidge,  Man.,t gave the following story of  five years of great suffering from that  most painful of diseases���rheumatism.  Mr. Post said:���"There are few people', unless they have beeti similarly  afllicted, can understand how much 1  suffered during those five years from  the pains of rheumatism. They" wore  times when I was wholly unable to  do any work, and to merely attempt  to move iny limbs caused the greatest agony. I tried several doctors  but- they seemed quite unable to cure  me. Then I tried several advertised  medicines, that were highly recommended for this trouble, but they also failed to bring the longed for release from pain. As these medicines  failed me one after the other, I began to look upon the trouble as incurable, and was almost in despair.  At this time somo friends asked me  why I did not try' Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills, and I decided to make at  least one more effort to obtain a cure.  1 knew my case was not only a severe  one, but from the failure of other  "medicincs ;>a stubborn one, and I determined that the pills should have a  fair trial,,so I bought a dozen boxes.  I took them according to directions,  and before they were gone there was  a great' improvement in my condition  but I was not fully cured. 1 then got  another half dozen boxes, and by the  time tho third of them were emptied  3 had .not an ache or a pain left and  was able to do a good hard day's  work without .feeling any of'the torture that had for five years made my  life miserable. You may say for me  that J do not think there is any  medicine in the world can e^ual Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills as a cure for  rhcumatisin. It is several years since  my cure was effected, and as 1 have  never since had' the least sign of tho  trouble, I think I can" speak with authority.  When such severe cases as this are  entirely     cured  it   is   not     surprising  that Dr.     Williams'   Pink  Pills have  made     such        a great       reputation  throughout the  world  for the cure of  other diseases due to poor or watery  blood.    Paralysis,     St.  Vitus'  dance,  anaemia,      consumption,      dyspepsia,  palpitation   of     the   heart,     nervous  headache,   female  ailments  and  neuralgia  are   among  the  other  troubles  they     have cured     in     thousands   of  cases.    Only     the   genuine     pill   will  cure���substitutes     never  cured     anything���and   to   avoid   substitutes  you  must see     that  the  full   name    "Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People."  is on the wrapper around v\cvy box.  Theso pills are sold  by (il!  dealers in  medicine,  or will be sent  post 1'ree at  50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2 50  by addressing the  Or.  Williams' Med  fcinc  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  OUR MEN AND WOMEN.  Canada'*   I'opul.-itiuu   AoeriYiliit- wo .->��������;<>��  nnd  Cot-Jug-iil  f-'oiiriit [*ui.  Tho census bulletin, giving the'pop-  ulation      according       Lo  sexes     "mui  conjugal  condition,   .shows   tint        in  Ontario  thero has  been  a decrrasu in  single males  since  the hist      decu.de.  ,Jh  Nova Scotia'there  was  a  decline  in the number of single females.     'Jn  Prince  Edward  Island   the  bachelors  and spinsters find married males ahd  females have decreased. The incrcjtsv-s  in Ontario wore:  Males.   27,151;       females,  41,4.72;  single'females,     857;  ���married  males,   .'$4,717;   widowed    females, 0,627.    Tho decrease in single  males  was  10,851.    In  Quebec '    tha  Increases of population were:    Males,  S0,3i:);      females,   , S0.050;   ��� single  males,  44,607;   single  females,      46,-  iai; married males, 92,692; married  femalen,   28,758;   widowed  males,   2,-  985;    widowed    females,     5,144:.   In  Nova     Scotia the increases       were:  Hales,   6,549;   females.   2,629;   single  males,      722;   married   males,   5.213;  married     females,     3,846;     widowed  males,   565;   widowed females,   1,084,  The loss ot single females was 2,843.  In New Brunswick tho gains    in the  respective classes were: Males, 4,900;  females,  4,957;     singkj males,      032;  single females, 731;     married   males,  3,592; married females, 8,075;     widowed     males,  341;   widowed  females,  1,106.    The decreases in.  Prince   'Edward Tsland were: Males,  2,922;    females,   2,897;     sing-Io  males,    2,9*16;  single females,  2,958, married'males,  20;   married  females,   65.      Widowed  males  ehow  ah  increase  of 39      and  widowed females an  Increase of 117.  In   Manitoba  increases   in   each   chus  wero as follows: Males,  53,990;      females,  48,451;   single males,  84,740;  fiinglo females, 28,935; married males,  18,022;   married   females,   3,075; widowed  males,  1,210;   widowed females,  1,929.    British   Columbia's   increases  were:  Males,   51,078;   females,     "29-  filngle males,  31,593;  single   fi>  Tho cabled report of tho tcrnfs ��� of  pence said 'that ' "all burghers out-  Side the limits of the Transvaal'and  Orange River Colony," etc., wei;e to  be brought back to their'homes. Tho  correct version, according to London  papers,ois,"iii 1 burghers in the held,  outside," etc. This makes rather a  material difference to those refugees  in tho United .Slates who 'intended,  applying to the British authorities  to puy their passages to South Africa.  Maxim's cavalry gnu, wi|  700 shots a minute, wonjliij  ty pounds and can b<Y f��r,-H  perl to a .soldier's back. V-4  made for the Sultan of Tvf  770 shots a minute, bm jij  piero on wheels.  , A Chicago Judge has held that a  fourth wife has no ground for divorce  in the fact that her husband insists  thut the mother of his first wife  shall live with . them. The court's  view is that a man has a right to  keep his mother-in-law In tho house,  "just as' he has a right to keep a  dog." Chicago papers are .naturally  wondering if wife No. 9 would have  no grounds for divorce if the husband  insisted in keeping his first throe  mothers-in-law in the house. But  surely not .even a Chicago man would'  insist on this.  Keen kikarh liijimeot m me noose.    ���  *������ ������  There are doors in some old houses  of Holland which wero in former days  never used except for funerals nnd  weddings. After the bride and groom  had passed tho door whs nailed up  to await the next occasion.  T*-',  %&  X  KHIed  Will's!  ofFIW  vlih  an actual  Nothlo  fad.  el$( wi"J  do tbJ*.  Good  taste  mind.���jVfme.  d<  m tlre.n.-^  . Cu-iiiii!-.  M for Minard's end *  606;  No    wise    man  ever  younger.���Swift.  The  wished to be  +.    ....  b.J^cst  ,mft war Sont down  the Mississippi  is on  its way to St  Louis.   It- contains     11,000 000 feet  of logs,   and     requires  two 'powerful  steamers to handle it.  males, 10,078; married males, IS-  473; married females, 12,300- widowed males, 760; widowed females,  9..1. The increases in tho    Northwest  Territories were: Males, 49,827- females, 42,314; single males, 30,780;  single     females,     23,501; married  'miles, 18.9171 married females, 17,-  ����M; widowed males,   1.110; widowed  emales, 1,789. Tn H)01 .there were  bOI divorced persons in Canada, of  which 3.'U)   wore  niaIes  am] 522      fc_  males Tho number of divorced persons by sexes in the severuJ pro-  ���M,!S K-ven ns follows: British  Col, i Una, 52 mules. 37 females;  Manitoba. 18 uialew.  17 females; New  Sovn5^'1!', 35 "'*-"���. 4 5 females;  Nova Scotia, 4 9 raaleH> 42 *>���,.,,���,,:  Ontario Jn rnu](,s'  Prince Ndward  Island  ma,?hwes;eTC'  :!'   ,n"',UB'  ^females:  th west   J ern tones,  y Imj.,us>      jn  .   . Yukon!   25   Jlla|..a    -,.,'      {  males; other territories   '{ '  ,'emale��.  A hidy writes: " I was enilh'cd to remove  thecoma, root unci bnuieh, by tho uueof  IlO.Jowiiy's Cum Curo." Others who have  tried it havo the sumo experience.  Where tho bottom' of the ocean is  bad an ocean cable will frerjuently  last only threo or four years, hut on  good bottom wire taken tifi after'  twenty ycars hns nceu found almost  as good as over.  London  has    iniiuitaiiA  years   pro-cmim-iae in $*  American   and   Kii��-hi"  visit that city to l*��.v fll!SM  taken   in   (heir    own nW1*",  m  tries.    The sale.s  000 a year.  iiniiH.nt !��1  There  nro  no  ink's   ,0  It  must   be   left   i<> ' I soil ^  force it any more (hail l",r  Worms derango tlio whole system. Mother  Graves Worm JEilorruinator doninjjou  wooxiB, nnd gives rest to tho sufferer, it only  codta 25 cenla to try it und bo convinced.  A lens sixty inches in diameter has  just been cast at tho Standard plate  glass works in Butler, Penn, It is  for tho telescope of the American  University of Washington.  If ntt'icl-ed with cliolora or summer complaint,  of any Icirrd aorjei n(, onco for a bottle of Dr. J.D.  Kollo��r s Dyscnlry Cordial end nwo it, ncconl-  jntf to directions. It acts with wonderful rapidity in subdum? flint dreadful r ison.so Unit  voalcens tho htrorwrest man and that destroys  tip yonnfi* and deliea lo. Tlmco who lm vo used  this cholera medicine fny it nets prompt'y, and  novor fuila to effect a thorough curo.  lo'iith  ���is g  t'c het  LilM!  n i net  n n.e n  lie  red  Sat'-Br  B  $5o froni Alinncap  or St. Paul  ct Loll"!  $47-50 from it   J  $45.00 from Kan-��s1  Out and back  August 2 to 8  No  females  U8   females,  5 males, 9 fe  males, 7  A Tnlc  of  Sp.rlnff.  Tho minshino warm and birrlrlino. <~  Made Jolirmy foe, qX SS     * trw"  Are being held; today.       *ule"  Friendship is the shadow of the  evening, which .strengthens with the  setting sun of life.���La Fontaine.  Tho BrlR-lileflt Klowors must fadfi, bill;  young- iivos oudrui/rcrod by severe cour/hfl r ad  colds may bo,prtourvod by Dr. Thomas' Bclec-  tric Oil. Croup, wliooriiii',' con.-.-h, bronchitis,'  In short nlhahccfcioufiof tlio throat; arrd lun.'-s,  aro relieved by Uhh ������torHn/,' preparation.-which  also rpmodio-- rlr(>iiinati.c p'un*"-, s res, I nuV.os  pilos, kidnoy dillrculty, und in most economic.  Quick and coo! ��t  Harvey Alefll *>er\  See Grand Cafl>*  ��%M  ftffor Onr  i�� < r Ch  -filurrh.'  fGJ.Ull  jfor thy  fi' honor,  kiiciallv  'tlir.iri!  !T;:i:a.\  It.ui.no,  Us, Tolo  ..' .CaUirr  gc'lyupc  fystern.  SK'sU   :  } family  Arizon  1 vnsein1"!.1"*''^  aanil^ l.estfj  Atheism is rather in    the life than  m the heart of man.��� Bacon.  C; C. .CARPENTER^1  503 Guaranty^',,  Minneapolis,  tr  ptohert  L      ,.!��** tra   'til  "ttAlfoon    1  eiit.  fColosto  mm 1 cor  J* prodnci  Stomuch.  ��������� tindor  ^n '  Ono  i.'uiythin  no loast,.'  I11!,'. IIUCI ��  ���od.  ifraa .L *.*���' iAi^iOYlh LEADER.
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sold at
under what
it     car 400  or  500 miles
RL line, and liberated In     an
^locality,  should     find ,    its
home. , ' '
I ink of it, and place your-
•   same position,   then  con-
possibilities of accompli.*-h-
task.   In racing or hying
cons the 'bird's object    is
-> return  tq its  home,  but
■c,first,  and many a   bird
■ted itself endeavoring    to
'onipetitors,  even  in races
■cventy-fivo miles,     .where
j alone is but mero' exei-7
■n;  but it is the persisten-
ebable bird that makes     it
and is the principal reason
Lnfofii holly-con tested pigeon race,
fro-u^iStances of 400 and 500 miles,-
w"*- t» r?ifanner  is unconscious  of  tho rc-
fir*>t titr.ei toESjil' his birds arrive,  as    from
Jl'*.v 21; |jfi}"tWe   Lhe-V  n™ scL frcc   by  thoir
until they are safe and snug
.Tfttjffyhome no human  being      has
wtfpi/over them,  "and  it is Impos-
bto.-^Mo  force  them  on'; or      'hold
as in horse racing,  but    it
Wnte to S. C. Wews & Go., Toronto,
Cau.,°for free trial bottle.
Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects tl.* St
question      the    be.it    and
most effective springs  in Canada
tho-cure of rheumatism,    kidney
liver .troubles." Tho  medicinal
tiee    of • the
**     n'""^ ]"ade on  June Gth
iverpool   and  London
""g out freight and
y seen  that  the prices
| wore 1-ic to Sfc per l,u«hVl
'ort w2n *'ftS Ur,I,ffi,« hero in ^°™-
^lut lio^L0" "»» »amo. days; so
;bave     lio/n     >      "°  WOni,t'r ^'Porters
iHoM'd , , aVe ,,ttrdc"ed. They
• losed a week ago at 1 hard 74*«c-
1 ""rthern; 72c; and 2 northern 70*C
Ci-scl 7 a(ranCC'd *c dally. but on
lw  •    i    y yusle»-rt»y the advances
lee larger and at tlie close of Fri-
; (J''i' s ,   business   we
■»--■■•!.   76-Jc;   1   northern    74»
northern,   72-Jc,     delivery
or (he first half of July.'
Fl.OUIl-^-IJurigarian    patent 'S2.1
per .sack of W pounds; Clenora, S2
Alberta      Sl.«»:     Manitoba,   §1.70
'and XXXX, SJ .25
Strong Letter Written With the
Noble Purpose of Trying to Benefit Someone Else.
St.    Hippolyte,
fiuote  values;1 1
Ic;  and  2
spot,   June
water aro unequalled.
Splendid hotel accommodation ; fine
fishing and hunting; An ideal
for tho Invalid.
the   nuirket  is
-Hrau.i.s   worth
uuestion of 'blood,'  and  the-
,  'i.i...i   ....mi   ...._,.!..'-...;_ ' - '
A man  smoking a jiipe  of medium
-size blows out of his mouth for '
time     he
Demand  is   heavy  and
somewhat   unsettled.
.    ,   , SJG Per "ton  in  bulk;
yd shorts S3 a r.er ton huJki fJe]iver.
^, .subject to  usual  trade discounts.'
c;hop, per ton, §28;
mixed     barley  and.   oats,   S26-  chop
-screenings,  Sifl.fiO;  oil cake!  830.
quote:    Oat
barley chop, S2d;
■ i i
Que., June 23.—
(Special)—Mj*. jy. A. Paquin of this
village has written for publication
the following letter.' In it he speaks
for both himself and his wife. The
letter reads :
"After much suffering I had become
unable to work. I had Kidney
Trouble which gave ine great pain. ,
",Wy wife had used a box of Dodd's
Kidney Pills for a similar ^trouble
some time before, and as they had
completely restored her to good
health I made up my mind to take a
treatment myself.
"I was not disappointed, and I can
now say that J have tried and proved
Dodd's Kidney 'Pills to he the greatest medicine in the world.
"We.arc now both quite well and
able to do our work as well as ever.
"We have found Dodd's Kidney
Pills to bo a remedy, which saves us
lhe pains and trouble which weboften
-see in others, who are languishing
nnd incapable of attending, to their
"We keep Dodd's Kidney Pills con-
jstanCly on hand, and use them occasionally if we feel the slightest'indis-
j position! -We have , used altogether
j between us six -boxes.'
j "Perhaps I should expjain why 1
| write this letter. It is because I feel
i there may bo many others who have
before your time. Proper care of
your stomach "and diet will keep
your hoilth good. In this particular Ogilvie's flour is a known enemy of dyspepsia, as it makes the
best of good, white, sweet, nutritious bread—it is the housewife's   favorite.
Millers to ll.R.H. the Prince of Wales
ills „ the  pipe  700 smoke
1 bird will surely "win! jcipuds.   If  ho ■ smokes  four  pipes     a,
•y  interesting  feature' of      a , dny,  for  twenty years,   he  blows out'
ice is that, regardless of how } 20,44.0,000 smoke llouds.
'd-i arc flown, -the  best ones]       '■	
vill leave the flock, and,- up-
own judgment,' pursue the
and closest air lino > route
ic country, and will often
miles homeward* whilo 'Uhe
.hie ones'will »hang together
k and depend one upon    an-
nlejisures to  be had  from'    a
OATS—The    demand     fr>       ' 1 ■   ■
«W»umt past has'fallen off consider' > '"* ^^ °* I>0dd'S Kl'dr'Cy 3J,'"S'  °r
ably nnd dealers say it is difh
Grateful  Mother     Tells   I Tow
'    -Little Boy  Was' Cured.
ilrs.  A.   Sau've, Itowanton, Que.,  is
, another   happy   mother     who   thanks
wnti'4 pigeons are  too num- 'Baby's Own Tablets for the health of
mention,  but  anyone   inter-,her  boy.    The    little   'fellow became
a clean,   innocent sport_and 'the    prey of worms—that curse      of
dttie bird  should  take-   'up, childhood.    His rosy cheeks lost their
hhy,   and   many   a      pleosnnt   color; his little legs and arms became
a jo   y good  time      aw«,L  eWllliy;   his     e,^ lost ' their  sparkle
of   lORclhcr with vour friends   and   he     became  sickly   and   peevish.
His sleep  was    restless and feverish,
and. his'food  seemed  to  do' him    no
ready- to staVt your birds   on \T^.ti,^f a^iouf.'"°""f   almost
■I'lhe first pleasanUday   .and \*TnT?  ,?i     °? "? '"'" brfk\a-ai» to
it up' until cold  weather   .sets 'g°°d  h?alth"    ],ow^er,   she heard
M)u _\vill. never, regret .. your
,-,.  , , -  -- *s diflicult to
-d buyers now at fair prices.    Most
of the. business-   is for local feed
Soma.    The . market is    weaker
!,U° l0: J-0' ■  ]   white-  M1- ^Hois
track, A\iumpog, per bushel
2 white, 43c to 4.2c; feed
to  39c.    At
45c; No.
grades, 38 c
n«c0llIltry Points farmers
a.e getting 33 to 35c for No. 2 .white
oats.    Street oats are not offering.
BARLKY-The market is
to almost a nominal
now down
basis and prices
arc lower. ■ We quote 44 to 45c
bushel for feed barf
track here.
policy in carlots... on
together with your friends
iitnive a club and have compc-
as the greater the01 competition
i'ealer the honor.   Begin at once
•J {•■-.■. ■ Tlie Clicckrrfn. .    ,
iEUB ovoroheelc bears abou' the same
laObii io ihe horse nslhe county jnil
f. o human society.    In o*ise of the
uitftg horse.it sccuis'that some do-
co^fijiist be used in order to compel
jtsltfrij-e to carry Its head out.almost in
Ul^S.vith Its neck, so that.the curv-
^'.Ihirtapf the latter at (he throttle'will
;inn  the   windpipe (or  shut   o!T
se's wind.    Iu case of rho run-
orse   It   naturally   extends   the
nd  neck  without   .irtlilcia!  aid.
because the gallop'Is'Uio horse's
gale, whilo the.trot is rirtiliclal
it   comes    to    extreme    speed,
lie (ivereheek is needed. ■ In the
horses  tho  obeckroin   is. never
Ton   In   Cliliui.    .
'scnnnals as r»>iuiito as 2000 [J.
the cultivation of ton and
' almost as  perfectly as  Is
'.r    Its  virtues  were discov-
However,   she heard  of
Baby's  Own, Tablets,   and  gave them
to *hor     child,   and-now   she'says:—
"The     Tablets     made   a.   - wonderful
change  in  m}-- little  boy.   All    signs
of   worms  have   disappeared,   and   he
| is ..now  iu  the.c best* of health.    I*can,
; honestly  say   that  Baby's   Own  Tab-
i lets   have     no   equal   as   a     euro   for
Baby's   Own  Tablets   are   a  certain
cure   for  all   the   minor   ailments     of
'little ones, such as constipation, col-
. ic,   sour  stomach,   indigestion,   diarr-
■ hoea," simple fever and  the irritation
'accompanying   the   cutting   of teeth,
.Guaranteed   to  contain   none  of     the
poisonous   opiates   found   in   the     so-
called    "soothing"    medicines.    They
are for children of all  ages,  and dis-
so'lved  in   water' can  be  given     with
absolute safety to  a  new-born babe.
Sold by druggists at 27) cents a box,
or sent postpaid  on  receipt of price,
by addressing the Bv'.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
FLAXSEED—Nothing doing. '
SPELTZ—Dealers are doing a little
business-in speltz for feeding at 50c
per bushel of 30 pounds.       ' <
•' HAY—Market very firin as hay is
becoming scar.ee., Large quantities
have been 'destroyed „by the rains.
Prices hold firm at $8 to §9
for fresh baled in carlots
per ton
on   track,
\viio; having heard, have not given
them a trial, and to such I would
say 'Give Dodd's Kidney .-Pills ,a fair
.trial and you will agree with 'my wife
and myself that there is not"
other such medicine to  be had."
What Dodd's Kidney Pills have
done for Mr. Paquin and his good
wife they will do for any man or woman who suffers from Kidney Disease
in any form. ,   I '" "'
A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned
You can save dollars by watching the advertisements in  '
It carries the advertisements of the big stores of Toronto and the lead
ing business house of Canada. , People in  the  west  can   enjoy
privileges of those in Toronto by taking advantage of     -    '
which The Globe is making to all those living west of North Bay.    Regular price $J.O0 per annum.    Send TWO DOLLARS and have it'and The
Saturday Illustrated number go to your address for one year.
3 " ■• " - Addrean:   THE   GLOllE,   TORONTO.
imh*i aiy,iiWUUim'ia
mij .fun -mm
are <made "from   the   best  selected'SPRUCE,   frith
which are, secure and will not fall oil.     Alwa}-sv ask
, your dealer for    ■- '      ~ <
If the entire population is considered to be 1,400,0,00,000, the .brains of
this number of human beings wo,uld
weigh 1,922,712 tons, or as much as
9G ironclads of tho ordinary size.
Lever's Y-Z("W"i«6 Head)Disinfectant Soap
Powder is better than other soap powders,
as it also acts as a disinfectant.    . 04
-The    market
briiig-  70   to
is quiet.
75c   per
Lord Gurzon unveiled at Delhion on
the 19th ult. a memorial commemor-
r m
'f ''4
!   ■  Sll
,lro, a very "valuable one, was
C1*t    and    bruised    by   being
■o a wire fence.   Some, of the
would hot heal, although' I
uiy difTcrcnt medicines. Dr.
|\isod mo to'use 'MINARD'S
'XT,    diluted   at    first,    then
as the sores began to look
"■Hil. after three weeks, the
••■-' healed, and best of all the
.growing well,, and is not
s is uios', always the ciuse in
in   particular   the
by   three     Delhi
services^ rcn-
signallcrs  in
HDTARD'S LINfflEKT Initennaa's Friend.
Those who complain most ore most
to be complained of.—Matthew Hcn-
When a man is wrong and
admit it, he always gets angry,
if- g"od, truth is still better,
best, of all.—Thackeray.
[MENT is used by Physicians.
mety  distinct  congregations
011     connected   with   Jloinaii
religious  orders  are settled
- Britain.
How's This?
|ffor Ono Hnndrcd Dollars Eownrci '01
^■ii'.Li iV,IlTr-1 taa . cannot bo Cured lb}'
•;•' i.ii rh, (^11 ro. ,- -
LITm' ^J' ,KN?Xi& C.O., Props., Toledo. 0
< jL V '-'o/'S'^otl hAvo known • F. J.
I- l„ , '"' i!-st.15 ?'«"iM,"iind bolioTO him
1"i '! f" '-° '" ail busirioss'tniiisncfcii'iisi
V ll!ci'r?ll"m0 ca5fy"ouf-- a°y Obligation
A DIXN'KR   PILL—Mans- porponf  sufTor c*x-
oruti.ithiK (iffony lifter i>nrl.'ik!iiH; <y 11 lr.v.r:>
rliirner.   Tlio food prirtiiken of i.-bko 11 li.-Ul of
i load upon UiosUi-ividi. iiml inslend of bcni'T n
i horilthyuutrinicnt it b.-ronu-s n 1",,!"*Q",,'° ;!i(>
1 .'.'/.-.tem,    Dr.   I'.-irmelco's  vx<.".al.!-) 1 dl-j, 100
wonrlerful crirrocl ives of sin-a trcui-.';"".   aisi-y
correct uciditj", open s-orrct ion.i iinu <*oiiveri. 1 hi.
food pnrlril'r-iiof iuto lieallhy milnnii"'!'.   •• •!'">
nr-o just tho mod icino lo Uko if troubled wan
indigestion or dyspepsia.
R-tlrnn   In  <Tio BUI.
of the burning Hotel (present-
to escnping guests)—All guests
hotel will plense step into our
new  oflice  uoross  the. street nnd pay
for this extra tire and water service.
Ing bill
of this
J-ive  chickojja
pair,  and  turkeys' are worth lie
pound, live weight.   Dressed turkeys.
Smith's Falls,   ISc per pound.
13 UTTER— Creamery—The market is
weaker owing to 'larger offerings.
The price has declined lc. We quote
now for fresh June make, factory
points, 16c per pound.
BUTTRR—Dairy—There       is no
change in the market for. this butter
as supply is running about the same
as lost week and there is good demand. We quote round lots lie per
pound commission basis for tubs, and
13c for-prints. Prints are not wanted at nil as thoy will not keep  now.
. CREESE—Offerings are larger and
the market has declined lc. ' Dealers
are now paying 11-Jc per pound for
new Manitoba cheese delivered here.
■ EGGS—The market is well supplied
with eggs. Buyers are still paying
3 0*}c per dozen for fresh case lots,
here delivered.
steady at last week's price. We quote:
Beef, city dressed,. 8 ,to 9c per Hy;
veal. 7-Jc to 8.}c; mutton, lie; spring
lambs, each, §3.50 to §1.50; hogs,-
per pound, 7.J to 8-}c.
HIDES—No. 1 city hides, G-Jc; No.
i2's, 5£c; and 'No. 3's, 4£c. Kips and
calf the. same price as hides; deakins,
25 to 40c; sluuks, 10 to 3 5c; horse
hides 50c to 5L.OO.
WOOL—G to Gic per pound for unwashed lleece delivered  here.
Tallow—Local buyers are paying 5
to Ge per pound for tallow delivered
here, according to grade.
' SENECA ROOT—Some small lots
of (root have offered here this week,
and sold at a price in the neighborhood of 35c per pound. Dealers are
not now willing to quote more than
,'Mc as they believe that as soon as
the rands dry up root will begin to
come in. Tho above prices are for
clean, dry root, delivered at Winnipeg.
If two lovers spend four "hours together and the lover takes' or receives 200 . kisses—low calculation—
and each kiss lasts ten seconds, in
five years' time the lover would have
305,000 kisses, and their lips would
have,, been united for the space of
forty-two  days  arid six" hours.
A woman who was charged at High-
gate, London, with being drunk- and
incapable pleaded that family troubles had made her' take to drink. One
daughter, she said, had been poisoned, another hanged, a son had been
killed in a railway accident, and another , was. in an asylum. She was
He Had  Tiin Price.
"I -was stopping at a hotel in a town
in Vermont," said the Boston drummer, "when it came on to snow, nnd
there was a fail of four feet before it
censed. During the worst of the storm
a young man came into tlie hotel,
which was telephone headquarters,
and, as he had never used a phone, he
asked mo to communicate with a justice of the peace and tell him that he
wanted to get married that evening.
"•But think of the storm!' replied
the official when I had delivered my
message over the wire.
""Yes, but he'll make that all right,'
I replied.
" 'I don't believe I can get there.'
" 'But you must.'
'"Well, if I must,'then. I must, but
I want John Toabody to understand
that if I drive ton miles and marry
him in this sort of weather he's got
to couie down with at least 75 cents!' "
Smart    .\"ew   Jcrsvy    Parmer*    Adver-
tiat'd nn Open  IIbbhc For T"t:cra.
"I   think   I   have   solved  tho   tramp
problem   in   a"  perfectly   satisfactory
way." said the. New Jersey farmer as
the subject was under discussion.    "It
did :.o good whatever to put up signs
warning them off .or to keep a bulldog
at the gate.    I tried ail that, and last
spring I made a change.  I put up slgus
Cor three miles arouiid reading, 'Tramps
Please Call at the Baker Farm,' and
'All   Tramps   Welcomed   at ■ Baker's,'-
and the result" is that not1 over three of
tliom have called.    The other day, to
show you how, it works, a tramp came
along and looked'things over and said
to hie:
" 'Any constables hidden In the barn?'
" 'Not a one,' I replied.
" 'How many bulldogs you got?'
" 'None at all.'
•" 'Oot a lot of spring guns or bear
imps set about tho place?'
" 'Nothing of the kind.'
" 'Has a feller got to do a day's" work
to get a meal?'
" 'No work at all.  You come right In,
.ind 1 will give, you a square meal foiv
nothing, and if j*ou want to stay all
night I'll give you the best bed in the
"lie looked at me in a puzzled way
for about a minute." continued the
farmer, "and then indulged in a wink
and said:        -* , ■ -
" 'You can't play that little game on
me.   old  man.     This  is  my  sixteenth
yea-s-fOri the road.'
" 'But what game?' I asked.
*"* < o
" 'Putting poison in tho milk and sell-'
ing our cadavers to a  medical, college
for $7> apiece.    Oh. no, Mr. Baker—not I
this eve!' "    -c M. QUAD.
Well now, wouldn't that
kill you; two good
matches.    Hard luck on  the   old
spor s.
The  Office Specialty  Mfg.  Co. Ltd,
Tha oqIt complete up-to-date case oa' the market Disappearing doors, quartered oak,
golden fl.n>sh.
P. 0. BOX 383 E. R. HAMBLY
• Winnipeg, Man. Mfjr. Weston"! Branch
@It is now proposed in England to
drive tram cars by power derived
from huge springs, , which .can be
wound while tho whole \is in motion
or otherwise.
Apiilpfi   In   Jniimi.
" Of the fruits wholly unknown in
Japan until inlmdueed from abroad
the apple has proved (lie most success-
fI'. "j-nrl it lias become .a chief product
of some districts in the Hokkaido or
nortliern islands. The apples aro of
fine appearance and excellent tlavor,
and the trees yield a good pro lit.
Tardy   Namlasr.
The children of the Alnos. a people
living in northern Japan. ,do not receive their names until they are live
years old. It is the father who then
chooses the name by which the child
Is afterward called.    ,   ,
Common soaps destroy the
clothes and render the
hands   liable'   to   eczema.
Idleness is as fatiguing as repose is
sweet.—Dc Levis.
As your enemy's  and your friends,
so are you.—Liavatcr.
Our     souls much     farther
eyes can sec.—Drnvton.
n our
lvsNi,J.£K,!i1.U.K' MoMlaiHl mucous surface*
to-V-l    V '.'':0 7r'°' Per bottlo.   Sold by
'X'*"*-Jy 1 "rll-i are tho best
K->l>erl-'Gi<Tcn, the statistician,
^l s that £150,000,000 a year
lei't rcclui*-cd  for Britain's
■nt sti
IS lc°o,£?0n' Synwnso, N. Y., write*:
Wl'roUrchL11^ °"^ many kinds of food:
fttomac T^J^U1r-!U"R. oxorutiatinff pain
tone «•.,{•   ■%100.1*- -I nrmoloo's accordintr to
When a man fools his wife, it is not
that he Is so smart, but that her faith
is Vo tn'cii't.-^Ati'liison dlolw..    y
"So you have proposed to the.American heiress?".
"I have," answered Lord TInselton..
"liave vou boon accepted?"      •'■'"•■■
"Not dually.' I am to call tomorrow
with a list of my creditors."-Washington Star.    _____.._ —
S ir 1 m 111 luff.
Swimming is an excellent exercise for
girls and boys and helps to expand the
chest and develop the muscles of the
The   01dc.it   nimlmote.
- the curiosities/obtained by the
1 here is none so inter-
hanknote  of the
130S.    No earlier
British museum
esting ns a Chinese
Ming dynasty, about
example Is known to be extant
CATTLTC---Fresh grass cattle arc
hardly obtainable yet in a wholesale
way as the frequent ruins keep them
out of condition. Ueporls from ihe
range country say that the cattle my
very'- backward. Good bute
grades ure worth .5Jc per pou'iu
iivcred here and inferior lots '5c,
Oic '    '
SHEEP—Sheep are worth from 5c
to 5Ac'per pound,, off cars, Winnipeg,
and iambs about, the same.
]IOCS— Live hogs  are 'more plenti-
fuland'worth for best weights, averaging between  150  and  250  pounds
Gic,   off cars , Winnipeg.    Heavy    and
light weights;   lc less.
MILCH     COWS—Cows    are scarce,
nnd   good   milkers  readily  bring
in this'market,  the range being
§35  to 3*15 each,
good demand
find   no   difli-
of all they can se-
The   market   is     being   largely
from    Ontario.    Prices     tut
Next  to excellence  is
tiou of it.— Tluickerav.
HORSES—There is a
for' horses   and   dealers
culty in desposing
When toned up bv
Dick's Blood Purifier   will   give   as
much and as rich,
milk as a highly
bred aristocratic
Jeniey cowgives
upon Orel i n a ry
feed, and
a Jersey
cow when'
will wonderfully iiicreapc her yield
of milk. It saves feed too, because
a smaller amount of well digested
food satisfies the demand.*-/ of the
system and every particle of nour-
sishment sticks.
50 cents a package   .
Leemlng, Miles & Co., Agents,
Write for Book ou Cattle and Horses free.
I love to lose myself in other men's
greatest     inedecine
-Sir.   W. , Temple.
is  a  true
Short sentences drawn  from a long
If you see oiie cold
tit the same time, set
a fanatic.—Lava tor.   .
down for
with  a
an     extinguisher  upon  your
if you  are    unhappily  blessed
vein of  it.—Lamb.
He who lias never known adversity
is but half acquainted, with himself
or others.—Colton.    '
Tho eternal stars shine out as soon
as it is dark enough.—Carlylo. -
Shun equally-a ..'sombre air and viv-
acious sallies.—Marcus  Antoninus.   ...
Fortune gives too    much to manv,
6ut to   none  enough.—Martial.
"Do not ask a
through college,
through - him.
man if ho has been
Ask'"if a college has
It is estimated that there are about
2,000 negro .lawyers 'in the United
States. .      ::.'....: ! ■
e. .I/you,su^erfrom Epilepsy, Fits, Falling* Sickness,
bt. Vitus iJance, or have children or'relatives that da
so. orknow a friend that is afflicted, then send for a
fre-3 trial bottlo-wnh valuable Treatise, and try it.
1 he sample bottle will be sent bv mall, prepaid, to your
nearest Post Office address. It has cured where ererv,
thin*; else has failed.    Whca writintr, mention th,t-
eiyXfn^k&"IS»nnme» aST= and full address to TKf
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*5n *"Ir?Mrc?!\ _,,l-^^J3P,,•^W"■ ■^?3H'SwC5&Ils• rj*75*&.*ilr ■TiSBMRfe' .v»B3*n*2!6i*f*rla** ■tf^VwV' JJmfJr\fi'F ECvP*5!K^Sthj*WB^^r^v^f^rTW. jj iTS3P^»iVn?Tf '■'■/& t *.<.'   . -  *; >", ���-  Cl1'  i    11  1   o   .'"..  ' -f' i'-   'Vr  ��  V>  I  the mm LB1M  M^iiMAijj>u^j^Tu:'"**iECTir'ngsijT^^^  i.rtt'i��riwi��M**fiffi'nffl'trr^  -P iblisbed iu the interest of the people  'of Moyie and East Kootenay.  LO.Q. F.      jst.   Joseph's   Convent.  '0^^!^-^.B^,   VTJldcy Lodge No. il NELSON, fl. C.  ^^^ * ^ ^ I *i[     i.i.**r  23oaidiii{,' and i)ay school conducted  pr.ive- w.:."- ..,.,. ,       -�������5�����-.--  She fumbled abo:!i; v:h::n the".first hymn f '��& .M^Qafr-jFI  was read���  O she felt it -r     i ���      ���     4, '     I     JJoaidinL' una jm.v scnooi conuuciou  ' ]Ut J^els every Monday evening m   their  btho giJ[crs of -e],0n,  Bm a    A1,  1,���11    ,-it��      I   i.-'inr:*)     of.-/-.'}' .C!/-,-ir��.-,i.��-.l.v ..  !i-_. .. ..     , .      i  ......      1  J.SMYIH.tCO,,    -   -   -    Pub]l8li��r��.  RATE,*- OF SUESCRII'TZOX.  <0 30 Veer.,  ..���=2.00  The volcano id still acthe.  SATURDAY, JULY, 12, 1902.'  j'Jusl locked like alio thought,  "Well;  j that wasn't so bud."     ,,  \ And she felt  Because a man does not agree -with j * " Of her belt  \ you is no "reason why you, should  ap-j At tho back. ���  ��� ply all the vile epithets known to  the J-But���well. I don't think 'twas a great  'barroom   vocabulary   in   speaking  of/        deal of harm,  him. " ' ^ov what- should the maiden ha  but au arm,  'When she felt  ���Of her belt  "At the back.,  Oi Jier belt  At the back. | Odd Fellows cordially invited  Jack told her one night that lie loved j  I        her like mad; j  !' And she felt  Of her belt ���  At the back. 'Moyie   Miners'   Union  She didn't look sorry, she  didn't  look  gl-id "  I   UJf     liill     OIMI.I-1     *���"      .noaouu,      -u.      u. -I....  hall  on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning   branches of elementary, business  and  .m!    -i      I-*       I *   - . . 1*11 ��� ��� J m Jl*. - * i   *    . > .1*1 il  P. J. Smyth.  Noble Grand  ���*���'* ��ii tin.'*)   \j*   *-- ���**��*������ ���**- ��� ��"���-. ji j    *.#�����.�����.�������������,�����-      .-��-.���.  high  class  education   taught by   the  r> -r- tj (Sisters who hold certificates  from  the  i.L*. Hope,     /London    Jioard ���   of   Education   and  c<������..i..     t s'cieucj'    Department,     Kensington,  -Enoiijrju,    Apply to Sister Superior.  Secr'v.  3STO. -71.  Meets in McGregor ball every Tuesday  | evening. Sojourning members aro  j cordially invited to attend.  John" BLA'CKiiuic.y P. T. Smyth,  President.'  ' Secretary.  The man who   endeavors   to   have  ���auotberlbrown   out  oi   hi.*   position"  simply to avenge  a petty syitej "is the  < dirtiest kind  of   a   knocker   a   co:n-  i*nunity can have.  Alexander Robinson,   superinlond-  ^ eiat of education  nt  Victoria,   is 'per-  Ifectly satisfied with the T,vay in   which  tihs recent school, election 'in   Moyie  wr��e conducted.   This GhouJd settle it.  ve found jl^oyio Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday    ���  " evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp in the court  house.  "Amber" Hue Smoking Tobacco  isl.,     -, a;p-'m��w��aia Res.          ..-        .        "* ' IS|Asoiffiw Jouxsrox,   Lot-is TiroMsox,  (Pioneer - Hardware  tore.  You will find a complete stock'of general Hardware, Enamel and Tiu ware,  Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.      ,  ' ' i ' ��� ���  ���Wfe-Tlnsmlthliij; nnd Plumbing.  "fe . "V   .I  '%,  ���A  vrmning on its merits.  "Have you tried it?"  Save the taps they are valuable  Vice-Pres  **fi"��"KjWft" s**30*r-**vtea***ca  " A njftii   who   prates  .'About what he :���". going to do and then  'does  not   do   it   eventually yets   the  ���hume -of   being   a' blowlnud.    Some-  , liu.-liRiiy Strain Laisrirlry.  Vi'e.sloy Cline, of- the   Cenlra!   ifofel  ==    r I barbershop,  i3   i-n-v   agent   for* the  around   town   Kooteuay Steam Laundry   at  .SoUon  -times they   mcioly   call   him* an   old   each in advance  blatherskite.  All lamu/ry left in his charge?will 1;  promptly at lauded lo. LaimJry mne  be in before Tuesday evening. , Terniy,  5-2.  CO OUT MOYIK.  Nu.  40  MOYJ1C,  CJlXXBKOdK;'  ,.J  ���auomm,T>rm iMr���rr-^-ir  Meets ou I'le.bis'i.Thurs  day of esiclr nnniili. Vis..  Jting 'crcittieni [i:i\ilcij  toiitteiid,  T  O. T.,3rcGUEG0K, jr.;s.-  City   Shaving   Parlor,  The man who wrote the following  'had a level head': ''The best way to  build up a town is to  Halcyon Ufot Sirrlngra.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of Xorth America.    Sit-  midst   sesnery   unrivalled   for  Harvey    6c   McCarter,  WES,  '"���r-.NTKAL.   HOT  ciAi-ycis, i>tc,v.  Jj..  JfoyiE, 13. C.  mvHJtwttya  feM-wCn-aM  .VOVfJK's  JvKADIKG   HOTKI,.  stand by cVcry uated i  man, in towu. All residents should j ttrauduer. THE I-IALCYOZT HOT  be partners,'not opponents. In all ,SPRIMQ8 Sanitarium, Halcyon Kot  livelihoods tho more business your ep'ringSj Arrow Lake, B. C. Uogident  rival does the more you will do.-  Ey^ry business man r;ho treats his  customers honestly,  courteously   and  ���fairly, will get his share, aud the  more  -business    that   can   be    secured    by  physician and nurse, Boating fishing  aud excursions. Telegraphic communication with all parts of the-  world. Two mails, arrive and depart  daily.   Terms, $16 to  $18 per > week.  'united efforts, fche, bgtter it will be'for according   to   residence" in hotel or  all., When a town ceases to Sro*r   If' villas.   Ita baths cure all nervous and  FORTSrEEIK.B.C  Harvoy, ^rcCnrtdr & Aleinnrter,  FERlilVj-B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  W, P. aUED,  BAnRlaTlSK, ��JOX.ICITOKi ETC.  THE ST. EUGENE MJNjv(. (,f-  THE MOYIE LUMBER ro  PARK, MITCHELL A Co  ' KEID, CAMPJJELL._t.Cu  MacEACHEIIN &, MACDON'Ui,  r. BURNS A CO.    '    '     *  KOOTENAY HOTEL  CENTJUL.lioTEL.,  MOYJE HOTEL.  THE LEADEll OFFICE.  G. H. MINER.  J. J. MURPHY. '  'P.'r>; HOPE.       '     ,  -J. P, FARRELL.  nsure  ompanies,  :2��2&2&&  "��2i%it\  begius to die, and the more people  try  to kill each other in their business the  ��� more readily will utter ruin come to all.  "Stand together for the advancement of  every citizen.   If a man sbowa ability  "to   prosper   do  not   pullDhiffi    b'ack  through jealousy or weigh   him   down  through a cold indill'erenoe."  '  ���j;.  "Aiid   nuiv   it   tiirua   out   that    the  muscular diseaaes.   Its waters heal all  kidney; liver and  stomach - troubles..  Tlie baths and waters are ah invaluable  r<3m?dy.for silver aiid lead, poisoning.'  CRANBROOK,  B. C  The best of  accommodations  for the Iravelipgjpublic.  t    - .  P. J". McMahon^ Mgr.  Drug and Stationery Store,  IB&S1  Office Stationery  School Supplies,  0  a  1  1  '!  J  if  'i  if  1;  a  1  ,    Th under Mountain boom is a fake, and  Jpedp!e are leaving every  day  in dis-  ���"gust.   The eicioement'gotteh'up over  'the district is nor/justilied by what has  been found.   'The   country   is  barren  i'f mineral, as a   rule, and   the  basalt  and ijorphyry- 'doed   nut   carry   gold.  Une man  panned   for 25   day's  along  the creek   wash   and   porphyry   and  never cot a color.    Pour Colorado  experts thoroughly prospected  Rainbow  mountain and tliey had iho  same  ex-  'piuitnee.    Il is Uue thai -.ne  luck   on  the  Dbivey    mine    pans   gold.    Tliey  cC-eul to have u blaiihti lui'maljo;- theie,  fiuin which valuers have been cliuiuad.  Even on that_propeity no preparations  aie being made  to   work   extensively.  There are bat fhree men employed on  the property, and, in   fact,   there   are  not more than a dozen   men   ivorking  in the district.  .The'.Dewey is.employing three, the sunnyside   four  or  six,  aud tbe others are at ditl'creut  places.  That i-i the development work   that i-j  going on in the'camp   at,   tlie   present  time.  WHOLESALE A5JJ RETAIL  Meat * merchants..  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh ���  Fish, Game  au5 Poultry.    We  supply' oniy,  the   best,   ��Your,  trade solicited.  bia'rkets  in"  all   the   Principal"  Cities and   Tofans" in  British Columbia  ftining mmk  *    66  C5/o  Daily hiarketbprices by  wire  from Spokane,  LEWIS THOMSON, *  NoTirnr Public, Accountant,    CCMMISSION    AND  Jirs chance Agent. '  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaireti aud Made to Order,  -  Kr, A,SIIT*E      'Moyie/  NEAR M.6CEACH,REN & MaODONAXPE.  ORiANBROOK. S^To  V.       ================  ^* GHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  I.**..  f ���  HiiADQUAItTJillS   FOit  EAST   JiOdTEXAY  Moyie,  B, 0.  Funeral Director  and ,( ' '  EmTbalmer.  Graduate of jDii'ampion College ol the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Oranlbrook, ,  B. O.  NIEI)ERSTA.nT;inXESTEIlER& CO.  Lager Beer, Porter and Bottled  Beer Always of) Hand.'  rSsj  MnVl I 00  FOR  i'l^E   TAILORIS-G   GO  TO  .Quality notrexcelled in the country.   Try it a  be"convinced.  ,  >=��>ass:3��*?^-1  Tiie.lfiiivorial mi bit. ',  I Sdiv her ijo thopping in stylish ntlire ;  And she felt  Oi her belt  At the hick.  Hur walk   was  as   free 'as  a  springy  bleel iviic,  Andjnauy a   rubbomeck    turned    tu  iiuiuiro, -  As she felt  Of her belt  At the back.  She wondered ir rll   the  contraptions  were there  ���Vim ffjolerud }us' n;;lit--'t!'/;*^ n��i utl.'  reading care,  .3o she fol,t  Of licr belt  /     At lhe back.  J i=a\v lior ar, church, na she .-:it3:cd lu-r  pew,  And she fcJt  ;Of her belt  At the back.   ..    A\.  r:>hti had on a skirt that was ruslly and  '���-���ev/ y. ���     y       ' y  \nd.didn't������".piite knov"-' what the fast'u'-  ���ing.might do,       ' "   '.  ���So she felt  Of her belt '  ;     / At the back,  fid'gked  'round while the   first,  A@��ATK!Mt,  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine  Sailings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  World's   Scenic. Route,  iiwT L  -TIE,  ENTON  B. c  'u  NELSON,  B. 0  maaMtauc��a��..'Jc.or  EAST KOOTENAY -BOTTLINd GO  tRANDROOK, B-- C.  Ateated Waters of all  Kihdsi  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Sypheiis.  ganara^xte xttrcee fc-nara-a'o  GO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE,  OOPYRICMTS &.��.���  r.,,1-'n,-5;9ne s<-.nl5!.��K "��� s��elcli and 'Ji-PWptiori mnv  fi ilckly ascertain, onr"opinion free v.iicther an  Irons8tri(! \jcoHBdential. IlsjidbookonPlit^tn  B��nt free. OMattwM^iy),- MC.rrlri> putenl"  spcckil not ice, without chnr;ce. intlib      ^'-vive  ---FOE���  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO ���  Baggagi:,     ExwtESs   a��d    CJLnskaj  MOTTE.  O.  F.  'JEsAULNIEli.  blZAlRU   I  3-CS  East  Winnipeg  Toronto"  Ottawh  IMontreiil  St. JoHh  Halifax  ]>oaton  J-tew Yori  West  Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Skaguay  Dawson  Seattle  P01 tland  San "Francisco  & -=~. *~    ^. ; .   IT  /ft  (0  1  JOENSTbft   BROS.  1  1  I lhl^ Hotel is yew'and well Furnished. Tlie  9       ^abl,es are Supplied with the "Best .'the,  Market affords.* The Bar is Pilled witlV  the Best Brand's of I/iqu6rs nnd Cigan.  I  4)  ���1  Fpper Lake Steamers,  Leave   Fort William, Sun.   Tuo.  Fri.  VIA. BOO LINE  St.   Paul, Duluth   ancl  Chicago.  Tourist  Sleeper  EAST  I  fa  <ft aioriE, ���  r.v  )B  HEADQUARTERS  FOR ���OMMR^CIAL  ���   AND MINING MEN  %^"��y'y~t     -'     *--:       -       - ���.^       ri/UTrsn.coi.r��niAj  ervice  I'aj-m for b.il'o.  A MO acre farm three milca frorh  Moyie for eale. Thero ia couaitlcrable  land .cleared and it ir well stocked  with hogs and poultry. For fnrthor  information appiyat Ibis otlice. ' 4-li'J.  Loavc   Uunjiore   Junction   dnilv  St. J-auI..  Lcivc   Koolensiy    Landing    Tucsduy  and Saturday for Toronto and   oil  eastern points.  WEST  "-���"-. y.ysJ^  y%!  iific  ���!^iviMiEiv.iinterica'n  j-o;ir ��� four montlis, 41.  S�� il by-i i -,,n-v ."i-f'i  MUNN'-r -*-���--���    ���'an-?fl^��-1-  Blanch OHice  PKOMTT DiaiVKRy'.  ens?AM, .-moyie  J-eave   KevelBtoke  daily, for    Seattle,  Vancouver an/,1. coaat cities.  ���   Through ticket, to  Eu,'ope  via: ^1  Atlantic lines. 1-ropaidtickfllfi from  ail points at. lowest 'rates. For full  ���pauirulars apply to local aponts. ���  fi.'HiilJer, Ageiit.-Moyie  CARWB, K.J.COYLK,  OJ(J hunters say  TfcMARLIN  for J ihay*>'OD.nyiljingfltoc.-;n.;  -  fweJi;.     thowpofihef1;-   ��� ���   -     ,��  J-,1 ,"c:lcn Jr, j.1 .vny �� closed, thcU-. "^'y^^^y!;  S mechanism the mosi blm-t&irJ:*"---^'!  f pie, die flnlsh clceant, the fiiKpS  ^ lorm nttractlve.   ft r.ecm*) fi^HBwfewf5> y-  S to ifcrowite ^uIIctlr s ��niefM^S5'<^�� �����  f^rnoro occuraicly cart ptontf&fiXZffi-? f  ,'P  K thera with a litiie m6rc force^��2*i��1l:il "  :M��fin a:r/ oilier rifle.   For^^  ������jjCt'irtafeca.33-55 or 30-30.  .     ��20-po���� c��t/,lo*-.-a00 illmtiu.  < J���:*5��"*"*>"ii>;'��.-S"r B��ml����ron.  1 ior a cumpa. ,,    ".,-.. y  I i> aulih r-iriK arms Co.  ' KAVSN, oew  -Di.'il, j?n-iR. A��;(,  Nelson,  ' Van cover.  '.Prices.' Givei>  :^nc\   Order*  :. Taken ;;o,H'"  .:3&veryfi?i2X��  ''in -tii-e. Prin  Xjine-'ai'tl'i^  xi  EgWiw? iKfit^WKrl!  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