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 s&s  &C0.  & CO.  -"ACDOJJALD.  L.  ^JCiy     .  ^2��?J  ore.  ides  applies."  MOI  co.  Try i!  r-99i)3"��93  ished.  e I&fl  rilled  nd Oiga  tCIAL  yisncoin  see������  t movo than io pay  ke handier to own  (nd quit moving.   See  CLMEE '"   *'"'  parW   pf-'town, on  ro  M^^^ry^  '^.''^w'Viyyttf,     / /  /  "s^~- "w^J?vf v^gf CA"*5"V    *������**#  V"  /  ���#"  /  H- '"V^-"' t^*L 4^^  ���%���  MOYIE, B. o��� JUL*}  "-��  r 5. 1902. ���  2 A YEAH  From Our Think Tank.  , *      r .>       ���    '      -  |! Rumors of a Hitch in  Smelter Plans.  & f ,       i ���     * \1 w  ���������__  jbeon 3aul that tho man who makes a noise When  Umea     Mfi  i��%^?if^?^a^ | DELAY'.CAUSES FOffl  i-oceesiqp etarto.  Is tr up 'that jnbst of the business jaen  who  are content  ��       ���     '!'    " '-'.  ������   ���   <ri - ;>-   :,   '    . .        ��� "*-.������  l��d their ctorai and -wait until "customera  come  jfnd   buv  lot growing round shouldered  carrying cash receipts -to  a "\ ;;.:-.���'. ',. .;*���.-., '"-'V *'��� -''   ���;  ;   ,;':; V ' a - ���������  ' �����  !\,ye hccyean excellent stock of l^jb' WhJlp  ���    COMPANY'S.  tNADAIN ��� BANK   OFf.COMMEFCE  i t       *    o * <  [aid Up Qapital   $8,000,000.     ,  I (4 I   ��� ,  UttCH/. .      \ 'HUBERT HAINES, MGR  Sullivan Mine'is all Eight,  but CJniessEadibal' CKahg-'  es are made Its Working  paylong He-Delayed,-  Rumors are ppraistent to  J,ba effect  UiRt tnm has boen & aorioua bitch in.  .tha   oonalj-uoiion-   ot   the  Sii'lHvan:  smelter as ft result of a disagreement,  among the "heavy stockholders, aayY  the Spokesman-Review.   The .officials j  of the   company -say   that .there, in  absolurely no truth jn-the rumpr,  but  they decline to give" out anything for  publication.    They cyfen decline to give  out anything relative to   the progress  of the work  in   the   erection'   of the  smelter plant, except to say ��� that  tbe  work.is proceeding" satisfactorily.  , They say that the   management   of  the property is yested in an.>executive  board composed of E. I). Sanders' and.  L. F,. Williams of Spokane and George  Hull/who represents the Ohio stock  holders  WAi'TEO-A    j,-Rw    jriafi    CHIEF.  ��� ���Woyie's fin. brigade needs  to'be re  orpnLed and a new chief' appointed.  John W. Itickers,   the   present chief,  has been weighed in the balance and  found wanting.    Since his'   appoint-  men t, abou t a year! ago, not  a . single j  practice has been had and the members  of j,hc brigade haye lost sll'mteroa't   in  their work.    This is largely due to the  j stubborn'methods of their chief, who  has displayed no tact' or policy' whatever inr endeavoring'to co-operate" with:  tiieyishea of his men 6r the people of  the 'to-iin.  .Antagonism    and '. abuse  towards hi'a fellow citizens seem to  be.  his stionp-ljolds.  ' Mr. ' llickere 'should  do aa'ha did when  school trustee resign,   In case he 'docs not resign,-then.  tbe'"j\'rdB, as he   terms  the  peaceable  citimie of Moyie, should ask him to do  so.    He may be all right aa'a business  man, but as a   fire   chief,   so   far   as  Afoyie is concerned at least," h.e   is   a  rank failure.   He should be inyi ted to  "go".my back and sit down."  LOCAL    NEWS,  Trail Bears I)istinc��  tioh of It.  IE! METHOD IS 1EB  Tlie Success of' This ��� Plant  Insures the Construction of"  ���. a-large Rfefinery by tie"  'Trail People,''  ee-s  T  flmoko o( "Jiattlo'f adt yet Clparpd��  The Moyie school elpctiopzs oyer,"  but the smoke of,the ^baitl"'  yet cleared .'away.  are    ' continually  ,* ,  e" is not.  Bumbling:1 sounds  heard' in the  south'end" of town and the people  living there'say that mount Bickers is  in a state of eruption.' Steam, emoke  and brimstone have been seen issuing  from its crater, but up to the hour of  going to press no lava has been'seen to'  flow. The people of the town' are  terror stricken and are preparing to  flee to the hills at a moment's notice.  ft seems thefate awaiting this/'wickecl"  city, ^-here mobs are allowed to run at  large and the common people wish to  have a say in their local affairs, is that  N. A.-MAgCENZiB,  proprietor.    ���  Fel for;th9. masses.., Everything First  ^ery   respect.    Sample Booms  for  ~~;;: .qbinmercial Men.  **���'       ������ J + S l * , - I   r - ���* '  c . British Columbia.  ,    .     , .    ihoy furth-ef assort that the   _YC a aixy JU lQeJi. Jocai aHa  __ i rumor, to the effect that Mr.   liulf &ak it ig doomed to be destroyed  " jgGuer^ i^-aaager of tho  property   had'     "     '     '  ''  j^zre^d'  %ii}S ;th9'v;o%'* Manager f'"'  I Til,l3J.in/ re?,l.Yt;l:i?s: iii * ,tho* )aiter?c' Sia-j    rtn .e"fuhaPEe .S.?7S-'   "^j.'s tiiihiing.  ,    j charge',-is'tme oniy' m' '"part"."-In   the! P^sajias rniiSe pre'sidents/kilfed poets;  , | first place they say'Mr. Hull is merely! &ad"furnished bustles for iieautie/.'   If  , J acting,as a sort of business  manager, 1 curtailed the power ol kings; converted  , out  bw-i bankers into paupers and graced  pan-  acting.as a sort of business  and that Mr. Austin  .was   let out  "^'^'ym'n^''^-i^:^,^'-^'^^^^r'^r''^ir'^r--^'i  ���^���'������->��k  B  ��mi uini jt.r. Aiiaiiu  .was  let out  bw-1 u-*Li^!Sia \uLr y*uiiur$ una graced  nan-  cause his work in the. construction of 1 try ebeives.    It has made paupers'bm  tbo new siaelter was "not satisfactory.] of college presidents; it  has educated  A mining broker, in speaking" of-the4 ll?e .^W^ifoand.robbad^  Sllllivn n        mnHrlln        <<nUin;^r,.. .-.-.].     Dllftrof rifs   rflisfln ���   il.  cmila.,'.,"^J    ���"���  y  IfKSWL'SLEll IJJtOS,    r'ro'pS.  n  Lar.-e sample roonC in connection  with house for commercial men* Best  of accommodations.  quarters for .Conomencial and Mining Men.  A\  tm  i  MOVIE,   B. C.  ^"V >>*.��� *Vk- ^^v- "x^- '����.���>��*.��� *^v ^?^?^?>^>S  te  Sullivan    muddle   ,'yeaterday,     j-aid:  'There is no doubt in   my  mind   tiiat  the Sullivan   group has  been .having  trouble of a dis-a uie ting tiature during  .the past few   weeks.    The" advent   ofj  Mr.'Hull from Ohio has, in my estimation, not been as oil  on  tho  troubled  walers.,  From what I can  learn  Mr.  Hull objected to the manner in which  Mr. Austin was conducting affairs in  the building of the smelter and  asked  for his discharge.'   The   matter   came  before the board of  trustees  with   the  result that Mr. Austin-was vindicated,  and Uie board   refused ' to   take   any  action looking to  his discharge,   Mr.  Austin, however, resigned a few weeks  later and Mr. Elmendorf of Denver was  appointed to superintend the  comple  t'       "  "  pher of his reason ; it smiles and cries  and dies, but'it can't be run to suit  everybody and the man will go crazy  who tries."  X consignment of pig load has been  ^ made to Winnipeg by the Trail cmaH-  :jor andriilpmonlflpf'pjg Iead; win'" bfli  - continued regularly to" dasteyii1 r"5ab��'  ada.   This is'the   first  of  pig  load  Which has been produced  on'a commercial scale by electricity,  and it is  belioved that this   process,   in ' which  electricity  is   used   in   place  of  fire  methods, will as , completely   replace  the-old fire'methods in   lead  refining,  as has' been the  case in  copper refining.    The,success   of   this    plant  insures the construction of a' largfi  refinery    by    the    Trail   people,.'and  it is understood   that plana are now  being   prepared, for   a plant    which  will turn out fifty or sixty tons of pig  lead daily.     "       ,  Tlie Fornte Situation.  The coal miners at fFernie are still  out on a strike,, and the mine is'  practically closed down. The to^ii is  I"--1.1 i��f$\G T?6*53' and Business in" 'town  fe^' .^i?,"? �������tSy ejected. Several  extra constables ^laye .bee'ja added to  the force to keep order.' ' \V, H." Bul-  lockMVebster, chief ��of police 'of the  Kootenays, is in lull charge, and is  well prepared to deal with'any trouble  that might'arise.  GENERAL  f^EWS   NOTES.  has  The King is. very much better.  The   United   States   congress  adjourned.  The Itoss government has now only  a majority of oue.  The firsflbt ot returning Boers from "���  St. Helena has reached Capetown.  Ciiuada bh3-s of American Agricultural implements $2,000,001) wort a  year. '  ���  W. McAdam, of   the   Sondon   Pav  , liaWoio Be a Coke ramlaa.,  . If the strike i-i not speed jly adjusted  there is likely to   bo   a   colce   famine,  which will result in the  closing  down  of tlie Boundasy smelters.    It was reported from Phoenix that 120 men had  been laid off at the Mother Lode,  and  that the Granby smelter   was   burning  wood to keep the furnaces alive. Xone  ,of tho smelters appear to have  stocks  of coke on hand   that   will   last   any  considerable leDgtJi of time.  has not been at any pains to please  the Canadiano and that thore hasb.een  friction from   that   source.    In   short  Givet  orders  on  king  nian   who  s  his Shoes  ^   us   needs  ge    only    of  fit.   We pro-  {��� him in  all  nts  of style  fd Service. It's  our   interest  ellyouasat-  ^ctory    shoe  fi few  know  !��$% than we  P       require-  .^lnts: of  Shoe  A Good "\Vor��l for ii Good Citizen.  The JJeadcr wishes to say a word   in,  defcnse'of Mr.  Nicderstadt,   who   has  been implicated in   the' recent school  trouble. While , Jlr. NicderslSidl'* | Mr. Hull i3 manifestly' asserting what  ^ .views have not, been in acc/nd ivith'j he o'ou-aideres the rights of his con-  j those of the majority of the citizens of slituauls, whether it is aerecablb to  ' Moyio bo has played   iho   part   of, a   iho other  stockholder*   or" not 1'  The  rrnnJ)A,���n���       I 1,��./-.!... 1. ,\��, I I-l"..      I......I..  I   I .....     .  ion of the smelter plant. .    "       J s[rfi'xl;>M ^.he arrested as he failed to  "1 also understand   that  Mr, Hull I Rppear in Vl0toria on    fci-<-*   cJjarffo^oi  X-Mjolclug: for XT. W. M. V. KecruitB.  Major Howe, of the Northwest  Mounted Police, was in Moyze .yesterday and today   looking   for   recruits,  This is the first recruiting dono in ._ _ ��������� UttVO LU aaye  British Columbia ior th1S department amputated, as was first reported. Word  of tho police. There are now 1,000 has been received from the hospital at  men on the force, 700 in the Sorth- Greenwood that he is getting along all  west and D00 m the Yukon. I rigbt and wju soon befn\Ung aI��Dg 3l^  J. C-, Drewry has returned to So3&>-,  land. '    .'   .'  M. Mclnnee wa3 up from Cranbrook���  Wednesday. A , ":  Postmaster Jfope was in Cranbrook  Tuesday. ' '        \   ,  James Prater spent Dominion Day  in Cranbrook,      ���' '       '  D. J. Elmer was spending a feiv days  in his home town this week. "--'  D, W. Moore, ore buyer for the TraiJ  smelter, was in town Wednesday.   ,   .'',  Eey, D. A. McKeracher was down to  Kitchener'this week and held' services.  r. W;-Frith and wife were'vreiting'  in Cranbrook this week.,,'       ���'   '  ��� f  Father Ouellette of Cranbrook was  in Moyie for a few hours last Wednes*  day.   '       '      ' '     "' ,      / .'' -;  , 5Jrs. ^ohn Qne and children vs;ero tc  Cranbrook'Thursday to' ceo   Mr; One.  It is reported thai Chaa; Diamond  has madpa Iqcky strike,aeaj- Orestori,'  Qomop JonjBfj' apeppntflpfc lot tbo  Misyjfl' LurfibefOo;, ^s in' Pranbrook  'this''week'ori busineao.  J. }V. Eickeri? wTas down  to ^erniij  this week.   "Mr. Eickers.Ja considering  the proposition iff ^ .opening   $ branch  [  store there.'     ���     ���   '  , J. S. MacEaphern and   F.   J.   Hill  were down,to v Frank'the first" of the  '  week looking over-the .field'with a yiew  to investment. '' '  Dr. Green is assisting Dr. King in  Cranbrook during Dr. Ha'r'vey/s illness.   ���  Mrs. P. Lutner was in pranhrook  Thursday': '   ' ���'      ",    '",  v";"i:'i    '*    ���  During the past week the weather  has been cold and' wet, it 'having  rained nearly every day. '    *"'i  Constable  A.   D.   Drummond   has1  been called to Fernie to remain during '  the strike,   j. H. Hawke is acting a's1  special constable in his stead.  ���   ,        ������ . .    '  B. A. Smith   had   a   valuaole- cow  killed by  a , freight   train   early   iiM'�� .  morning. " 3V  *;   "  > -  Sam Gran.t passed through Moyie.yd    '  few days ago in route to 'Nelson,    jje    '  is expected fcack iomorrov),' ,when he  will remain here for "a few days. -,"      "'  . '  The iSTorth Star ipAne'&p JECinjberley  has'closed down' Idr'a few days.    .John  McDonald and Tim Farrell, who  were'  "working there, have returned home.  R. A. Smith and his two- brothers  are preparing to'go into' the stock  raising business on the prairies east'  of here. They already have a "ranch  aai%,hey have been buying quite, a  number of cattle lately.  A Chinaman struck town one day .-  this week with a lot of vegetables, to  sell. He was given the glassy eye, the  marble heart and the strony stare  from nearly every .quarter, and it-ig  not likely he will ever attempt the ex- '  penence again.  It now turns out that A.   G.  Lasha-  pelle did not have   to   have   his   le��  contempt.    Pre said it   was   not   con  vient for him to go down. c  .   An Indian threw his squaw out of a  window at   lhe ��� Occidental   hotel    in  Victoria on Dominion  Day.    He  wjis f  drunk.    The ivoaian escaped death.      '  The tool   who   rocks   the ' boat  gentleman   throughout.     Ho   handed   niino i8 all right as far as I  can  learn, ' equaled by the person'who   threw  in his resignation and   that  ended   it.   but unless some   radical   changes ��      ���      - -   -  He has refrained from abuting (hose  whope viewa did not.coincido with his  own, and ho lias displayed a spirit of  fairupus. Mr. NiederstmU is a splendid  citizen, and has always worked for tho  best wolfaro of hit- town.  16  an  offensive fish into a boat filled with  pleasure seekers at Blooimngton, 111.  Trying to avoid the unclean thing, the  boat was capsized and two girls of thi-  parly were drowned.J  ,    Th0 nortdomy of Medicine  at  Paris  Iho new engine and boiler for Park-, I baa   been   analyzing   some    popular  are  made an amicable management will  bo something to look forward to for  several months to come."  At tlio SmrinlU-j.  Koi'iilo IfoJIof l'~uii<).  Tht1 Pernio   relieT  fund  is   growing  steadily.    Up to goinu   to   press    tho  sum of $182.50 has been subscribed.  Previously acknowledged.,. .. #l.S0.o0  A. T,Cl*irky.y .y.y.........  Earl Shea, ,.,.'. , .....   .   ....  ���1,00  .1.00  Total  $182.50  (Mitchell -.t.Co.'s mill has arrived -and  is being installed as rapidly as possible.  The mill will be ready to run in  another week or ton days. Tlie company, has a splendid lot of logs out and.  is looli in'g for. a good season's busiuooo.  drinks and samples imported from  twenty American bars, to show that  tho United States mixed drinks aro the  most poisonous, the cocktail being  especially.so. Whiskey and gin were  found to bo   the  most   harmful/ and I  Thjvftloyio Lumber Co.'  is   cutting.! .'absinthe the .'next in  the , h"sT    Parha  from'85,000, to \t0,000 feet of. lumber | ment will he asked for a.Ia'w to preVon't  ;thfl  Notice of DlssoluHon '  This is to certify ythat- tht undersigned have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, '  W, A., Hamilton, assigns, .transfers  and conveys to J. Frith all his right,  title and interest, in iho business  carried on in the name of Frith &  Hamilton. Tim said J. Frith assumes  all .liabilities.      .1. FIUTH,  w.'A,. jTAMrr/roN.  Mcfyie, July''!, l'.|0!i.  each day and some vpry, heavy shipments havo been made to the '.Northwest Territories, The mill, is doing  splendid work this season.  .//;  the sale .of" tlie   most'virulent   dru-s  used in.drink.s..'.-". ' ' ';" ���  /'Amber" Ping Smoking Tobacco is  winning on its merits.    -  "Have you tried.it?''   ���  'Save the lass jhey are valuable. ���  METAL   MARKET.  Xkw   YoKK-Bar silver,  52^- ceiils. | on a few davsVgo  fbr"*��?* JP��  ,mi .*.f i*)i   ��� nrt.k��A-   C.L-.O.V : ...     ,������,,  "     ��u  tor  ''PPendicitiP,  doinM woli, aiul us oiuho n.ph, ,.0ac)  Moyie I>��tlouts jOolii-j tvoUi  The Moyie patiea ts   in   the ' Gran  brook hospital are   improving   under  the good care otthal institution   and  Dr K.ngy   Jake ^hon> wll0 bas beel)  laidupwithabrokenanlcle for Somc  weeks can now go around on crutclies  and will soon be able to leave the hos-  Pltnl*   Joh*��**,*hb-*aa   operated  For a third of a century American housewives have found Dr.  Price's Baking Powder invariably a guarantee of pure, delicious  and wholesome food.  Always makes, the perfect;- Uscuit  Lwl,M.lU.    Copper,  $1.2.20.  London ���Load, ��11."as. !)d.  Price Bakinq Powder Co.,  Chicago.  NoiE.-Bftkui��powders made from alum  and other harsh, caustic acids are  lower in price,but inferiorin work  nnd injurious td the stomach/  ^P t ' ' A   t  :iii: :���  - 7'' .     ,  ;'��� i  ^ 'i,  K"  '*,.i    '    ���<"-'  yyy,   }  ���ii% \ ���'  ' i'.h' -  i 'i *  -,1 .  >Ji  '" "IA-  <y*r,.  1  i  1  J -  I  ' t, ,  I  fj' 1  1 '-  1  <}.'  '  ;  c  , t  -     ,      ,  *  I  A '���  '   ,,,      .  i  i  .-  !.'l'-  .J,  f  r  c  n  ��  i '  i  .1  c  '<  '   1  1  1          -  [ f               , ���-  i     '       0  . !         a  i.             31  '  f             1'  >  If  r  (  ,->  t.  I  }  ���J  11  II  I  ,1  e  T.  E. LADY  OF LYNN  By SIR WALTER BESANT.  (Copyris-ht 1900 by Sir "Walter Besimt.)  CHAPTER VI.  AN ABDOCTrOX.  T was the custom with  some o�� the high fliers,  or the bucks, as, they  were called, when the  cardroom was closed  to go off together to a  tavern/there to finish  the ' night drinking,  singing, gambling and rioting. tbe  whole night through and ��� long after  daylight. Truly the town of Lynn witnessed more profligacy and wickedness  during this summer than all its long  and,ancient history liad .witnessed or  could relate.  The assembly was held twice a week,  on Thursday and on Friday. It was on  Thursday night that a certain state-  ,. ment was made In a drunken conversation which might have awakened suspicion of some dark design had it been  recorded. A small colnpany of the said  . high Qlers, among whom were Colonel  Lanyon and a young man named Tom  Rising, marched off to tbe tavern most  frequented by them after the closing of  the rooms and called for punch,.cards  and, candles. Then they sat down to  play., with' the ungodly and profane  discourse which they affected. Thoy  played and drank, the young man  i drinking ,fast .and hard,, the colonel,  after his custom, keeping his head  cool.  Torn Rising's estates lay near Swaffham. He was well known as the best  and most fearless rider in the whole  county.    He  was the keenest sports-  ��� man.     He   knew   where  to   find   fox,  ,   hare,  badger,  ferrety stoat or weasel.  He knew where to put up a pheasant  ' or'a covey of partridges. He could play  at all manly sports. He was a wild, fear-  ���   less, reckless, deboshed young fellow,  whom everybody loved and everybody  ' feared, always ready with a blow or an  oath, afraid of nothing lf he setyhls  heart  upon anything.    You shall  see  that he si��t his heart upon one thing  and failed^ Tom lost heavily and drank  deep.  "I will play till I have stripped every  man among you to the very bones," he  said. "Why do I say this? Because,  gentlemen,after tomorrow night 1 shall  be the richest man in tbe county.  D'you hear? Tbe richest, man in the  ���county. You don't know how? Very  well. Do you think I'm going to tell  you? Ho, hoi When you hear cthe  news, you'll say 'twas only Tom���only  Tom Rising���had the 'courage to ven1  ture nnd to win.",  ���   "He means tbe hazard table," said  the colonel.  > "No, not the hazard table," .Tom  went on. "Oh, I know the table and  the woman who keeps the bank and  pretends tb weep when you lose., I  . know about her. I've heard talk about  her. 'What,, ls it?. Don't remember.  Toll you tomorrow."  "He should stop talking," said, the  ' colonel.    "We must1 not listen to his  wanderings."  "Richest man In the county," he repeated. "Colonel, I like your company. You lay down- your money like  a man. In a week, colonel, I'll have  it alL There shan't be a guinea left  among you all. Richest man in county���make���guineas���fly." His head sank  down again. He was once more  speechless.  His friends looked from one to the,  other.    What did Tom Rising mean?  "Gentlemen," said the colonel, "he  has been drinking for many days. He  has some kind of a fit upon him.  After a sleep be will be better. Just  now he dreams of riches. I have  known men in such a condition to see  animals and think lhatLthey are hunted by rats.,and clawed by devils."  Again Tom lifted his bead and babbled confusedly.  "The richest man���the richest man���  ln tho whole county.    After tomorrow  night���not    tonight���after     tomorrow  night.    I have found out" a short way  to fortune.    The richest man  in the  count}'."  So  they  left  blm  sleeping ��� ln   his  chair,   with   his  head  on    the    table  among the glasses and the split'punch.  The next was the night of the assembling, and Molly was present.  After dancing with his lordship, who  then offered his hand to a lady of the  county, sho stood up with Tom Rising,  who was by this time as sober as could  bo expected after such a night He, In  tho hearing of everybody, loaded her  ���with compliments of tho common kind,  such as would suit a milkmaid, but  were hot proper for a modest woman  to hear. To theso, however, Molly returned no reply and danced as If she  heard thorn not. She then rejoined  Lady Anastasia and with her retired to  the cardroom, ���Whither many of the  young men followed her? She stood'  beside hor ladyship and obliged the  , young men by choosing cards for them,  ��� which they lost or'.'won. ' Tom Rising  followed her and stood beside her with  flushed face and trembling hands. It  was remarked afterward that he seemed to assurnethe care of her. He kept  gazing upon Molly -with fierce and ravenous looks like a wolf who hungers  after his prey and lives to wait for it  He played the while, ho-wever, and lost  during the evening, I believe, some  hundreds of.pounds, but for reasons  which you will presently hear he never  paid that money.  Molly next had a second dance with  his lordship. After it had been finished  he offered hor the refreshment of wine  or chocolate, but she declined, saying  that the captain now would be wishing  her to go, homo and that her chair  would be waiting.  So bis lordship led her to the door,  twjliere Indeed her chair was waiting.  but no captain, and, bowing low. ho  handed her in and shut the door, aud  he returned to the assembly, and Molly's chair was immediately lifted up  and borne rapidly away, she shting  alone, thinking of the overling and of  heF great triumph, suspecting no evil  and thinking of no danger.  A minute later the captain came to  the door. There be saw Molly's chairmen waiting with ber chair. He looked about him. Where was Molly? He  returned to the assembly: the girl was  uot there. He looked into tbe cardroom:  'lis lordship was standing at the table,  looking on. "My lord." said the captain in confusion, "whereJs my ward?"  "Miss Molly? Why. captain. I put  licr into her chair five minutes ago.  She is gono."  "Her chair?" The captain turned pale  ���Tier chair is now at the door with her  chairmen."  " "What "devilry   is   forward?"   cried  Lord   Fylingdalo.     "Come   with . mc  captain.   Come with me."  ���The chair into which Molly stepped  without   suspicion   and   without   even  '(joking  for the  captain,   who  should  have1 walked   beside  her.  stood,  as  1  havo said before, at the'entrance of the  long  room.     Outside   the. trees   wore  ii ling   with   colored   lamps:   the   place  was as  bright  as  in  tlio sunshine of  :]oon.    One would think that nothing  could-be done in such a place which*  would not be observed. "There is. however,   one   thing   which   Is   never ,observed��� it   is the  personal  appearance  of.servants."'  No one regards the.boat-,  man of tbo ferry or tho'driver of tlie  hackney coach or the postboy or the  chairman.   The chair, then, stood with  its door open opposite to the on trance  of tlie long room.   The chairmen stood  retired, a  little in the shade, but uot  so   far off  as  to  need  calling,   when  Lord   Fylingdale 'handed  in  the lady.  This ^done,   ho   stood,    hat   In   band.  ovor unppened. Jack. I was resolved  that nothing, not even fear of,murder,  should make me marry the man who  had carried me off."  There are found scattered about the  byroads ' of the country many small  inns for the accommodation of persons  of the baser sort  It was before such a wayside inn  that the cliaimitti stopped. Molly knew  it very well. It was at a place'called  Rikley's Spring. The name of the  house was the Traveler's Rest, aiul it  stood just two miles and a half from  Lynn and one mile or so from the village of South Wootten. It was a small'  house, gloomy and ill lighted at the  best. There was a door in the middle.  The diamond panes of the windows  were mostly broken in their leaden  frames; the woodwork was decaying";  the'upper floor, projecting, darkened  the lower rooms. In the dim twilight,  when the chair stopped, the house looked a dark and- noisome place, fit only  for cutthroats and murderers.  The poles were withdrawn and the  door thrown open. Molly, looking out,  saw before her, hat in hand, her late'  partner, the young fellow they called  Tom Rising.  "Oh," she cried, "is it possible? I  thought I was In. the hands of some  highwayman. Is this your doing, sir?  I was told that you were a gentleman."  He bowed low and began' a little  speech which, he had prepared in readiness. ''  "Madam, you will confess that you  are yourself alone to blame. Fired with  the sight of so much loveliness, what  wonder if I aspired to possess myself  of these charms? * Sure, a Laplander  himself would be warmed even In his  frozen region by such"���  "Sir, what nonsense Is this? What  do you nean?"     - ,  "I mean, madam, that yotrr -lovely  face and figure should be sufficient ex-  ^��aAv^rru7t^ S^ Jbcju^  ^��al  tbfie, /fasJauj^J- friuO <fn*^ M&TZsrmj^,  *  Sv&fu. Aft- -/# - daJey Mfiri^^Jt��^  cfasfces trust x^dwtsces 4atl4a  A CHEMIST 1JST EMBRYO.  Hank Timinons' boy Bob poured ni.  pint, of castor oil in the molasses  jug when the folks' were away to  church last' Sunday, and Hank's  folks always have mush and molasses for supper Sunday night. Doc  Reed, who tended on Hank's family,  said the 'family wouldn't have suflfcr-  cd more- if they had eaten a pock of  Candy Cnsqarets.���-I ndependent.'  WEAK AND HELPLESS  bowing.     The   chairmen   stepped   up J cuse not onjy -n the eye3 o{ tlie worId,  briskly, seized tbe polos and marched  off with the quick step of those who  have a light burden to carry. Xo one.  observed tbe faces of the chairmen,  or indeed thought of, looking at'them:  no one remarked the fact that Tom  Rising wallfed out of the long room directly . afterward and followed the  chnir. Within Molly sat unsuspecting,  excited by,tbe triumphs of the evening.  The chair passed through the gardens  and Its gates. Instead of turning to tbe  right, which would lead into Ilayman's  lane, the chairmen turned to the left  and so through the town gate and beyond the wall and' iuto the open .fields..  Yet Molly observed nothing. I.'think  she'fell asleep. When she came to herself, she looked out of the window. - On  the right and on the left of her wen?  open fields.  It was a clear evening. Toward the,  middle of M'ay there is no black.darkness, but only a dimmer oui line, with  deeper shadows. Molly, who knew tbe"5  country around Lynn perfectly well,  understood at once that she had been  carried outside the town: that she was  'no longer on .the highroad, but on'one  of the cross tracks���one cannot call  them roads���which connect tho villages, so that there was very little  chance of meeting any passengers or  vehicles. ,And by the stars she saw  that they' were carrying ber in a northerly direction, perhaps to' South Woot-  *tcn. (  ,She perceived, therefore, that somts  devilry was going on. Mow she was  not a girl who would try to help herself In such a deserted and lonely spot  by shrieking, nor did she see "that any  good purpose would be served by calling to the chairmen to let ber out. She  sat up. therefore, her heart boating a  little faster than usual, and considered  what she should do.  , Molly, though not a woman of fashion, understood by this time ber value,  especially in the eyes of the adventurer, and she also understood quite clearly at this moment that she had been  curried away without tbe knowledge of  her guardian and that tbe Intention of  the abduction was nothing more or less  than n forced marriage and the acquisition of her fortune. ".Jack," she told  me afterward, '"I confess that I did  svlsh. Just for a little, that you might  be coming along the road with a trusty  club,   but   then   1   remeiulieted   that  I  was no puny threadpapcr ot a woman,  but as strong as most men, and I took  courage. Weapon I had none except a,  steel bodkin, gilt, .stuck In my hair���a  small thing, but it might serve if any  man ventured too near, and I thought,  besides, that there would he a hue and  cry and that the country round would  be scoured in all directions. They  would most certainly grow tired of  carrying me about Iu a. chair; they  must stop somewhere and put me Into  some place or other. I thought also  that I could easily manage to keep oft  one man or perhaps two and that I  would bo very unlikely that more than  one would attempt to force me Into  marriage. Perhaps I might escape.  Perhaps I might barricade myself. Perhaps my bodkin might help me to save  myself. I would willingly stab a man  to the heart with it. Perhaps I might  pick up something-.-a griddle would be  ii weapon bandy for braiaing a man, or  even a Trying pan would do.    What-  but In your own eyes, for an action  such as this. The violence of the passion,which"���  "Sir, will you order your fellows to  take me back?"       ,  "No, madam; I will0not" ���  "Then, sir, will you tell me -what you  propose to do?" ��  "1 intend to marry you."  ,  '' "Against my consent?"  ,  "1 bave you In my power. I shall,'  however, ask your consent If you  grant it, we shall enter upon married  life as a pair of lovers should. , If you  refuse, I shall be the master, but you  will be the wife."  Molly laughed. "You think that I  am afraid?1 Very well, sir. If you persist, you shall have a lesson in love-  making that will cost your life.'.'  "Everything Is fairrin love. Come,  madam, you will please to get out of  the chair."  , "What a villain Is this!" said Molly.  "He Is ln love with "my fortune,.and he  pretends it Is my person. He thinks  to steal my fortune when he runs away  with me. You are a highwayman, Mr.  Rising, a common thief and a common  robber. You shall be hanged outside  Norwich castle."  Tom Rising swore a,great oath,galling, in his blasphemous way, upon the  Lord to inflict dire pains and penalties  upon blm lf he should resign the lovely  object of his affection now ln his possession. Yon have heard that he had  the reputation of a reckless daredevil  who stuck at nothing, was daunted by  nothing and was like a bulldog for his  -tenacity.'--" -"~- r  .-  "Understand, madam," he concluded  this declaration, "1 am resolved ��� to  marry you���resolved. Bear that in  mind."  "And I, sir, am resolved that I will  not marry you���resolved. Bear that  in mind."  "Never yet did' I resolve npon anything but I had It No;.never yet." ;'".  " "Mr. Rising, you think you have me  in your power. You shall see. Once  more I ask you, as a gentleman, to  send me back. Remember, I bave many  friends. The whole town, high and  low, will be presently out after me,  scouring the country in .every direction."  "In an hour you will be at Wootte.a  The parson hath promised to await ua  there. You shall be my wife within  one short hour."  "You waste wrords, sir."  "You will'have to alight, madam.  The post chaise is here to carry us to  Wootten, where the parson waits to  marry us. In an hour, I say, you shall  be my wife."  Molly .looked out of the other window. Tho post chaise was there with  its pair of horses and the postboy waiting at the horses'* heads. She would  havo to make her stand at once, therefore. To get into the post chaise with  that man would be dangerous, even  though she was as strong as himself,  and, since she was not a drinker of  wino, she was In better condition.  "I looked round at the house," she  told me afterward. "I thought that if  I could get Into the house I might gain  some time���perhaps I could bar the  ;door,, perhaps T could find that griddle  or the frying pan of which I spoke.  Or if it came to. using the bodkin there  w-ould be more roony for my arm In n  house than in a chair or a chaise. So I  had one more parley In order to gain  time and then slipped out."  [CONTINUED.]  Gold  Pens.  .��� Gold pens arc now usually tipped  with Iridium. The bits of this metal  are laid in notches at the point of the  pen, then fastened on -with flux, being  afterward.ground and polished for use.  -PlncapitleM.  Pineapples, either raw or cooked, are  recommended to persons with weak  throat.  THE  CONHITJON    OF,   M'S-JS.     WM,  WESCOTT,  OF SEAFOltTH.  Suffered  From Headaches  and' Diz/i-  ness���Could 2*ot Stand the  Least Exertion.  When' a good woman stays .away  from church; and hears after that  there wa.s' almost no oue. there, the  burden on her" conscience increases.  Keen MIHABD'S IMMEHT to the House. ���    '  (��� L, .  Count your blessings: If you, sleep  in a cold house,������whero all the fires  go out at night, remember that in  the warm steam-heated houses., bedbugs winter as.ivell fis-.summer!  Vorymany porsons die annually from cholera  THE SWEET CURL r.n^  Mrs. naii.-ik-'cp-.-.-'lin,]^, E)  you mean by Idb iU,a \{y,  down in the kitchen ������"  Bridget��� "Shure, , it  ma'am.    It's  Miss l-lil*,,'!  ",Oh !    Has she K<ll b.uK xf  cookery school ?"  ''Yis, ma'am:, un'  ready to ' thry an'  imi'um.''   y  aiii't  Mit'S tj  hde  t.i\  Tun Best I'iij.-p���Mr,  Syduoy CrcAsd-i*;, Out., writf-:   '\\s  umiic Pnrraoleo s Pills, aad lincl  tb:  aod thoroughly subdues tho pain and disoaso  From  the Sun,  Seaforth,   Ont.  Mrs. Wm. ' Westcott is well known  to nearly all the residents of Seaforth: lt is also well known to her  neighbors and friends that she passed through a'trying illness, , but is,  now, ��� happily',' in robiist health'. To  the editor of tlie Sun, Mrs. AVestcoU  recently gavo the particulars of hei"  case for publication, merely in tho  hope that her experience, might be of  some benefit to some other sufferer..  She said: "For some,time past my  health was in a bad state my whole  system being badly run down. I was  troubled with headache, much dizziness, my appetite was' poor and T  could not stand the least exertion. 1  consulted different physicians, but  their treatment did not seem to benefit me;' and 1 gradually became so  bad that I was unable to attend to  my household duties. , I then ' tried  several advertised medicines, but  'without any. beneficial results,, and I  began to despair of getting better.  .One of my neighbors stroagly- advised mo to try Dr. Williams' rink  Pills, and > somewhat reluctantly 1  consented to do so: AftVr I , had  taken the second box 1 began to note  a.rgreat improvement in my condition, and by the time T had used five  boxes I was fully restored * to my  former goad health, much to the'surprise of my neighhors and relations.  1 do not suffer the least now from  those headaches nnd dizzy spells; my  appetite is good and 1 can attend to  my household duties with the greatest ease. Jn fact, I'feel like a different woman, and all this I can say is  due to. the use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Tills. All who suffer from a rundown constitution should give these  pills a trial."  When the vitality'is low; when the  blood needs* to be replenished, enriched and" purified ; when the nerves  are weak and require strengthening,  there is no other medicine can take  uhe place of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  It is because of their direct specific  action on the bloo-d and nerves that  these pills cure such troubles as  anaemia, nervous headache, dizziness, palpitation of the heart, rheumatism, sciaUca, partial paralysis,  St. Vitus', dance, kidney1- and liver  ailments and Idie functional troubles  that make tho lives of so many women a source of almost * constant  misery. Do not take any hut the  genuine, which have tho full name  "Dr.- Williams' Pink Piila for Pale  People," on the wrapper around  every box. Sold by all dealers, or  sent post paid at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $i>.;30, ])y addressing  the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville,   Ont. , '  The man who is always .figuring  where he will come in will find himself cast out at tbo end.  How  many   different  find among women!  HAVE  WOMEN .INTUITION?  T'L'tirsI  . J n ���*���>  KTorwny   Butter.  Norway makes excellent'buttor  but  most of it is sent to London, andtour-  ists in Norway have. to.put up with  margarine. H  wuu  An  Old Rnwllsh  Cnntona.  At a beautiful Wensloydalo village  tho old custom of the blowing of a horn  each night in winter Is still carried out  Us purpose was to guide belated travelers In the forest, just ns tbe foghorn  guides the mariner who is nearing the  coast  \Vrltc-T   Snj��   'Tliey   Unto   Never  i Slitiivn   It   Iu   l.llcrnt ii re.  Literature Is the final"espresKion of  tinman' thought If women can lay  '.���talm to a special faculty.of intuition,  why do they not manifest lt ln their  writings:' Intuition. If it means' anything, means,, the' faculty that guts f  down to the germ of actions and char- \  acUTlstics and focuses external ^traits  Into n central verity recognizable to  the general public. Now. there' are,  more feiKale writers than male. No  womun poet has ever v.vltten nn inevitable line, a Hue that flushes spontaneously out of the unknown and casts  an" illuinhiutiiig light .upon the abyss.  Woman 1ms added practically nothing  to'our stock of familiar quotations.  Take down your Bartlett or your an-  thology. .and you may' be surprised to  find'thnt from-Mrs. Browning to Mrs.  M.'yneU women have .never coined ' a  p!.ra.-.e which has passed liflo'lhe common currency^of speech. Mrs. Drown-,  Ing has indeed written flue Dues, but  nothing of hers-can be said to have become, a household ."word."        '        ���,       ,  Xor has any womni. novelist created  any character that is generally recognized us typical.' George Eliot bus  come' closest with her Tito Meleina  nud Mrs. I'oyser. You would appeal  only to the educated few IT you described a person us'a Tito or a Poyser.  But call n man a Don Quixote, n  Micawber. a Dogberry, a Fnlstaff, a  Colonel iVewcotne, a Bllfll, a Parson  Adams or Dob Acres, call a t\voiuai�� a  Mrs. Ma la prop, a Becky Sharp, a Beatrice, a Diana Vernon, a Meg Merrllles,  and even the Illiterate .will mentally  classify the individual as you wish him  or her to be classified.  "Ah, but," you say, "In real life women are the true Intuitions. They size  up a man or a woman at a glance.  They are never mistaken when they  trust to their instincts." .  1 can only testify to my own experience. I havo not found that women's  snap judgments of character are Imbued witb any special verity. They  form likes or dislikes quicker than a  man.does because they are quicker, on  the trigger of .conjecture. They can  only bo one of two things, right or  wrong. If tlmo proves that they, are  right as they must be In 50 per cent of  cases, the right guess Js remembered  and treasured up by the slower minded  man as an extraordinary instance of  Intuition. The wrong guess is forgot-  ten.-William S. Walsh in Era.  kit for MluariTs and take ii  ���   ���  , There is a preacher in Sduij|  ilina who preaches when'lie is-i  j There are some olheis ri\hoi  ���while the congregations -.Icfpl  Ifard and soft conifi   cannot  - rioloway''- Corn  Qure; iti- oUca  j tiu:o.    Get a bottle'-.t once and bei  r   V   ' 1_'V|  The only town iu a chili-d  try which is' ruled and in.-irij  colored men, if* Ea'ton-, ���H*.., m*i  County,-  Florida.  ^W^F^^^^^^m^^f:  ���-**-)!  Travelers'  Parttdisc,  Nice and its neighborhood hold the  record for hoiiday traflic. The record is  '2.800,000 arrivals in the course of a  year.  CIitncMc  Medicines.  Some Chinese medicine consisting of  monkeys' toes hoi led down and harden]  ed by being hurled under ground for a  number of years figured in a police  court case at Shanghai recently.  lAKht(.y Than Coric.  There is orie wood much lighter than  cork.   ansistbemarBhanoua, found  In iBrazII.  Worth  or   IUil,l)lHh.  It Is estimated that about $10,000  worth of what is considered to be  . rubblah��t is thrown into the streets by  the Parisians every day.   Thia *  nearly W.75.0,000 per annum for the  eli.Iffonnlera, and, counting their wIvom  and families, nearly 100,000 persons  live very comfortably upon their share  of It.  PnMxInfc   n.   Ilnrurnln.  ."Perhaps you've bad a man offer you  a big bargain In a diamond ring?"  t'uerled the Boston' drummer as he  heaved a sigh and his face -vent  cloudy.  "Yes, several times," laughed the  Pullman conductor.  "I was In Pittsburg," continued the  drummer,   "and   while  standing  on   a  street corner a chap came .along, and  offered me a .."shiner as big as a bean  for $7,6.    He was a stranger, hard up  and nil that.    It looked to be a ring  worth ?350."       '      7  "And you gavd him ?50?'''���'."..'...,   v  "No.   lie hung on, for half an hour,  but I turned hhti down.   I'm no ihan to  be roped In that way."  "Then what���what"���  "Oh, another fellow bought the ring."  "And be was out his fifty?"������.."  "ITo was In $3Q0.-  That ring. sir. was  0.   IC. and  all, serone,  and  a jeweler  priced It at tho figure named. The man  was honest, and I was a fool, and you  will  please excuse  tne  while   I   relbe  arid   kick   rnyself   for  not   knowing   n  'piecu of glass from a pure water ,spa;*-  klsr."    7 ��� ���      ''"     ''"     ,  Hlfle   Muzzle   Velocity.  It appeals that the greatest velocity  of a rifle ball. Is not nt the muzzle, but  some distance in front. An average of  ten shots with the German infantry ri  fie has shown a muzzle velocity of  2,0(>8 feet per second, with a m:ixiuiuin  velocity of 2,K!2 feet per second at ton  feet from the muzzle.  HANDS ACPOSSTHr  Canadian nnd    l.njlitli   I'ni'iI'HI  i-l lirr   Inform uluu  The second bu-.Iget of %  ters was received l*y dw  Lnn downe .Sclmul un Mo-^  21, says The Ti.ronio CiAj  time ythfire ���.���.<���'���' uvi'tri'i  ters, and tlio tinny l��'t;i  Mr. J. L. Hut-lies was u  of tho views nriA letters  Grimsby by the Unsdot  The Grimsby pupils ii��d-,w  pictures one yard v\U3tt&\  fhcin up in the ��j inna*���*?.  school, so that it iwH W  advertisement for TorotM  deed nil Canada, as }**���  wero,not confine.! en'..*"-'1?  to, The Grimsby pi'!-''- J'  assortment of views in -^  of Grimsby and surrounti,  and a magazine in , .  tors, one written by -"^t  digo and one by Kdilb *-  published undoi the^cso*  ial  Correspond oik'*-' "  The   letters   aie w|lt ,  style   for such yo'int' y  it is  to  be hoped'il'*-'c-JJ  may  be long contiriii*-'1' �����  ���children may n��t ��i''--> '"  work,   for certi-itdy �����  could   be  devisvd  -h"-'1  English  people  kno�� ��"  ad I an  children  uio .iW>  much   thoy  think oi tfc'  try.  One  girl,  in  iin���"<'Hi..-  tlcin   as   to   whcilu-r ��-|  inc'Toronto,  saul,    '  havo  millions  of  ������u'111'  hardly  cross  the. 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■^itni-d i    Ula close of Ij»si-
■-^UMhty   .stood,   „,    fallows-     1
Of..   o
hard, 74c;  j
thorn,  7l.i-j<*
•stood,  as
sPOt   OI    (](
'''or- later
•In no
x^c; ii nor-,
ui store,   Fort  Willi
'Y'-ry.   first  half   of
delivery xinvn  first
there are
it u
a, S2 ;
St. I'eter'B.
ss is in tbe form of a cross,
feet long by 450 feet./Wide.
Is 448 feet high.
Bit M'6 IH
nk«n In Enucliind.
1,500 different species of
Ich are now known to natu-
| great majority, iire not poi-
of the four kinds of snakes
lie creatures which  Inhabit
hly one is venomous.
Without question tho best and
most effective springs in Canada for
the cure of rheumatism, kidney or
liver'troubles. The medicinal qualities of the -water are unequalled.
Splendid hotel accommodation ; fine
fishing and' hunting. An ideal spot
for  tho invalid. ■•>
i am,
half of
absolutely  no  buyers
r...   i   <Sl'iU'P  ret,uc<-Jo'*i on   the
fl"ot aliens.
vOrpool     Wheat—Xo.   1      '
--■■ojH-d on .Saturday ut Cs i/,d. ,
u,iL° ^ll—llunS^l&n    patent
'   sack of 1)8 pounds; Glenor
), r'^U   S3-8!3:    "Manitoba.   Si 70 •
arid XXXX, SI.25.      ' „ •>J"'U-
lou    <ot,.   i      , Uat     chop,    per
•on    ^,2'J,   barley  chop,    S24*    mix.vl
bariev aud  oa1<*    w.       . mixed
*oMh *>10 per ton,  and shorts S3U
O.VI.^—There has been a better dc-
-arui  tor   outs  this  week  and' prices
Tt • "wnS 'Ollows: 'No" 2 whitt" oats
i""t  William,  -1-ji^c   busliel.     No    1
Z-l °; ,n,Ca,.: l0Lb °»^ack, Wjiuii-
^ii • ;fo.ljU^(!l' "d5c; No- 2 white,
4 1 to'12c; feed Krades, 38 .to :j«Jc ;
s«fc. oats, 50. At country points
lurmers are getting 29,0 to 31c t6r
^o. 2 white oats
' liAItEEY—Alovement is ■ very* light.
\\e quote 4tt  to 4 8c for seed ^grcdes
^■^[ir0 4-r>C f°r f°ed' in ^rlots, on'
Ui.Kei'ul Sentences He Pours, Out
i-ljs Praise of Dodd's Kidney Pills
the Remedy Winch lias Done So
-Much For llj-j-..
MIIU Germ*.
jtoria in the best milk num-
|10.(X)0 to 100,000 in each tea-
|while in the worst the num-
ni 4,000.000 to 000,000.000.
ion h<*iir people say: "Blast
' Ever hear them praise
is there .such a thing as
tc, a vory 'valuable one," was
Put nnd - bruised , by being
a'wire fence. Some of the
Fwould not' heal, although' 1
Miy difTerent medicines. 'Dr.
n'sed me to use MINARD'S
s'T, diluted at " first, ,f-then
as the sores b'egan to look
lintil, after three weeks, the
u'e'healed, and best of all-thc
growing ; well, and is.not
is ,is, most always the case-in
louivds.^    \,i  „„.,,      f'\.^
T?: MA 3>OUGEl\:
io°uth.       '      '"  '," '     ''.'.*
"SHAKE.  OE1) BOY \"
An  exchange  tells  of  a lady   who
decided ^to  scare  her  hard    drinking
husband? so  that*- he would    reform.
To do this she procured'the costume
of a devil,  which sbe saw nt a masquerade.     The next    time the erring
spouse- came home feeling happy, she
donned the costume.'   As he'opened
the-door   she. stepped  forward   and
said; in a sepulchral' ton« :
' "Gome -with mo; 1 am the devil :"
The reply  to her greeting was :    .
„   "Zat . so ?   Shake,    old boy !
your  brother-in-law; 1  married
sister."        /.
Are a Joy to Mothers and a Treas-
, ure in the Home.
ten  happens that the straight
loked  story is not  very intcr-
IIJHlHEHT.te rati By niyslcians..;.
z ■ '    -'l"^
jnnist  15nd    that impedimciit
■Hn'i"-ch rather inconvenient at
ir. Barnes."
:>\ ei-ybady  has  his  little  pc-
siammering is m-mine."
really.    I   was' not   aware
nd any peculiarity.""
foil s-slir y-your  t-tea    with
-r-right baud ?"- ■-
yes, of course."
611  ihat is  y-your  p-p-peculi-
-limxt-p-people u-use   a X-loa
jid agno and bilious dprancomoiits
^\y cured by tho use of Parmelee'a
cy not only clearux; tlio etomucb
s/nrjci all bilious matter, but tht y
feretory vessels, caiusicg them to
Btk cllusions from, tho blood into
■s, after which tho corraptcd ma-a
I out ly tho natural passage of the
iipyarn used ns n general family
pvith the best icfcults.
.   All   babies  should  be bright',  good
natured *and    well.    ,If you have   a
child that   is   sickly, fretful, nervous,
restless "at    night,    or suffers    from
stomach   or    bowel   troubles    of any
sprt', give it Baby's Own Tablets unci
it   will"  soon   be   well.  •  There is no.
other, medicine in  the  world  will-so
safely  and'speeciily sure indigestion,
sour   stomach,,   colic,     constipation,
diarrhoea'    aud .   teething     troubles.
Thousands oi grateful mothers speak
of  this, medicine  in  words of warmest    praise.    Mrs.     Fred    Power,   IS
.Scollard street, Toronto, says:    "My
baby   suffered   greatly   from   indigestion.  She was pale and very thin and
would   cry   with   pain   in    the  stoni-
ach,   and sometimes  would ,not sleep
either day "or night.   1 got n  box of
Baby's  Own .Tablets,  and they have
made a .great   change in    my little
one.    She now digests hor food readily;   is   not  troubled  with  the     pain
in the stomach, anil has grown quite
plump.    I  do   not know of any medicine    that    can equal'Baby's    Own
Tablets  for  little,ones."
This medicine is guaranteed to contain neither opiate or other harmful drugs. Children take the tablets
as readily as candy and crushed to a
powder jthey can be given to the
smallest, weakest baby. Sold at all
dn'ig stores, or sent "post paid at
25c, a box by addressing tho I>r. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.,
or Schenectady,  N.Y.
l't'iiple will
Bis moss.
lose  five  dollars'
of     attending to
(OUIlty   of   I
to     the
tc' W'estmorJiuid
ondon  has .'15,008
square,   mile,   the
84.      -   *
Eow's This?
'0r °'*o Hundred Dollars Rownril o-.
• r Ca'nrr i Ua. cannot Lo curod bj
to.rrli (_'uro. ,
■!. VAI K>; by & CO., Prone.. Tolo<lo O.
') iiH'l(jMi.{jio.l havo knuwu ¥ J.
»r tti.i just 15 yoars, nnd beliovo hi in
".<mor.il> ii lnullljuaiiiosstrunsactii ns
■•u_1a- .'ililo to curry oue any obligulin".
tlll'll' 1..M1, •
Oh, well, time drags on now, but
think of the time when your only
way of measuring it will be by the
medicine vou take.
One trial of of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will cnnv noe you that It bus no
eq un I lie h \\\.rm mod eii-.c. Buy k b^.t'lc*
and boo if it does not plfiise you.
))'■ "
*H3B«tsT..le«l„ o
lltSfe-!-.. T..M,i
Wholosalo ^m-rcrists. Tnlorln,
Kix-jtaji iiMAUViN, Wlioloaalo
iro h talcen intornnlly, nct-
i blood and rr.iicnusBiirlnct'S
ico "r,o. por bottle.   Sold by
+.M    —	
k*fc'   Snoxv B'<»r't«n.eii<i<»iiH..-".,'..:
■■Wlow wall four feet thick is ii.per-
' "^.ft'otccHon ngiiinst a rlUe bullet nt
f Mtrttortls di stan'
¥^ nil ..
S'^'tKap an « Solvent For Glne.
tbo iish,glues vinegar is n
X-^n*    t-   When gluing a piece of
■jhVt ' °lk' if any Particles of glue get
i-Htf008 Svlu-re it is not desired wet n
j,"o.cloth with vinegar nnd rub it off.
thi?' eIuo iu ^he l)0Wle becoities too
*'f"'lhln ^ with vinegar rather than
Hi'V       SvrlN» s»It Mlue».
vSlfr-ar,(1 has at _Bex salt mines
•Li _    have been worked for 348 years.
W',\ l!Icrioa W'e twonty-flve'railea in
■-~Ji and the profit $75,000 a year.
:.v-six per cent of all deaths from
ir!* fls con«h "fl»>fl 00, per  cent of
■M"Iot n''°ni monsles'occur in children
A cemetery widower is always
Hiiyer than a court house widower.
Somehow, the. court house widower
is stilll  a little afraid of hor.
 _J c.
MINARD'S LINIMENT LufflDsnnaii's rriend,
There is many a merry luv! ha! at
jour exiiensc. that, you don't know
Monkey Brand Soap cleans kitchen uton-
sils, Bteol, iron and tinware, knives nnd
forks, und all kinds of cutlery. ao
The. only applause': a
man gets is that from
she .successfully,fools
married  wo-
hcr. kin when
her husband.
Before   'marriage'a uian
his best girl a little clear; afte
riagc. he "usually.' considers
tic extravagant.
l»er a li t-
Illeh   |fooiI».
Figs, dntes,  raisins and
rich food substances
tious   character,
skins and seeds
tible.   Nuts arc
prunes are
of a most -Hiitri-
When   deprived   of
thoy nro very diges-
rich in 'i'at and form a
wholesome    food,    with    which,
there should  ho taken fruit
or other
bulky food to prevent concen-
l« years old.
The-behest m<
Aiiieiica h- onlh'.:
is in Alaska, and
'unt.-iia■ peak In North
M.'iint .McKi'nloy.   It
it la L!0.4G-t feet.high.
track,  Winnipeg
J1AY—Receipts are light,  and
market is firm at'S8  to  $0
for  fresh   baled.   Loose  hay
offering owing to. bad roads.
rou^j'jtysrf^ Initl.kct is not   d
very active one just ac present., owing to light supply. Live chickens
icadily bring 75c per pair, and turkeys are worth lie per pound, li've
_ BUTTER—Creamery*—Receipts are
increasing as pasture is better .in the
country, and milk more plentiful:
Dealers- are paying'17c per pound at
the factory for choice creamery butter, which is'a reduction of 3c per
pound  from the price of a week ago."
BUTTER—Dairy—Farmers' butler
is now coming in quite freely, and'
the market is better supplied.than it
has been .for a long time.' Tlie quality of the, butter is good, and dealers are paying 15c per pound for the
best, with a range of from 13 to
loc per pound, commission basis.
Bricks are not wanted.      ■
CHEESE—2Cew Manitoba cheese is
now, in the market, and daily becoming moi-e plentiful. -"Commission
houses " arc paying ll^c per pound
for this choose delivered here, but 'a
lower price may be expected shortly,
as  stocks  are increasing.
EG'G&t—Thu market is well supplied
with eggs. Pickling is now over,
and lower prices ,iu;iy follow. Buyers are still paying lO^c per dozen
for fresh' case lots delivered here.
POTATOES—Farmers' loads delivered in Winnipeg, 25c per bushel.
„ UUESSED MEATS—Beef, city dressed, per'pound, 8 to 9c; veal, 7y2 to
SVic; mutton, 10c; spring lambs,
each !>3.50 to S4.50; hogs, per
pound,   7%   to  8V!>cy
TAJJLOW—Local buyers are paying 5 to Gc per pound forytallow delivered hero, according to the grade.
Hides—No. 1 city hides, GlAc No.
S^c, No. 3.' 4.y2. Kips and calf, the
same price as' hides;" deakins. 25 to
40c; slunks, 10 to 15c; horse-hides,
50c to SI.   .      '
WOOL is worth 6V£c per pound for
Manitoba   unwashed   fleece. •
SENECA ROOT—There,is, still    no;
root  coming into   this  market.     but
if the present sunny weather continues  new  root may  be.  expected  very
shortly.   Trigging should  be  stimulated ,by   the good  prices  o'ifering.    On
a basis of present prices at Minneaj')-
olis     root should    be     worth  pretty
close to 40c here,  and one merchant
quoted us that.figure this  week.    Of
course,     it   is   not    likely     that  40c
would remain  tbe price very long if
receipts were to become at all liberal.    It is not expcclod that there will
bo very much    root dug in Manitoba
this' year,   but  the  Northwest Territories may  produce a good  quantity
il   the  price  holds  up.   -
CAT ,1'LE-r-Tho    market    is     pretty
bare of    cattle and    anything    good
will  readily bring o^c and e\on f)*;'-c
now.    One    buyer  paid 5-/-.C for       a
bunch of inferior cows  thi.s w(X'k and
seemed glad     to got     them  at that.
St ackers arc going" west in considerable  numbers.-     Yearlings are worth,
.is high as $16 per head at point  of
.shipment.   Two  year   olds  are bringing S20 to S212 per head.
SHEEP—There is a good demand
for sheep and lambs and supplies remain light. Some eastern cold storage mutton, is still reported here hut
.for," the most part the mttrket is tit*-'
pendent upon fresh arrivals for sup-;
ply..' Sheep are. worth from 5c' to
5.!&c per pound, off cars, Winnipeg,
and lambs about the same, y
HOGS—Live, hog-s are very scarce
and packers have put up the pri.ee.
another '/y*2 this week, making the
quotation now for best7 weights, averaging between 3 50 and 250 pounds,;
6\A,c, off cars, Winnipeg. Heavy and
light weights are  worth ,1/j.c loss-
MIEOH" COWS-*- Cows are, .very
scarce, and good milkers readily
bring §45- each,.in this market. As
most, of the stock offerings are poor,
St. El/.ear, Que., June 2.—(Special)
it is a well known characteristic of
■our French Canadian people that
thoy are fearless and enthusiastic in
their praise of anything or anybody
that has  befriended  them. ,   ■c
No oue is more capable of more
gracefully expressing gratitude than
the average French gentleman.
A recent case illustrates this point.
Mons.'Jean Jioivue lias for many
years been afllicted with a terrible
malady of the kidneys.
He suffered a very great deal of
pain, und his disease forced him to
rise every hour during the night.
He was advised to use Dodd's Kid-'
ney Pills, and' after taking a short
treatment, found himself completely
His gratitude knew no bounds,and.
,ever since he has recommended to all
his friends the wonderful remedy
which cured him so, promptly . and
completely. ' "
.. V,'1k*ii he find;-*' anyone who has no
conlCdence in them, his first act is'to
gi\<* them some pills, and explain to
them how to use thorn, and he has
found this method very soon , convinces the most skeptical of thetruth
of the statement he' makes., that
Dodd's Kidney Pills are the greatest
medicine in the world.
Mons.  Boivue says :
"Dodd's Kidney Pills are good.
"'I know this because while at one
time L suffered very severely -from
Kidney Disease,-now, I am welh
' "Xot long ago I used to, have , to
get up several times during , the
night, now I can'sleep well allnigliL
without rising. -----
"You-can believe me, I am glad to
have regained my health, and I say
thanks .a thousand'times to Dodd's
Kidney Pills."
Your  friend is so quiet,
blab your enemy is 1
But what
Cannot Be Beat.—Mr. D. Steinbnck.
Zurich, wiite-.:—'T ha\e u=ed Dr. Th-tuas"
Eelectric Oil m my 'family for a number o«
yciiis, i-iid lean tsuely say thnt it cannot be
be.<t I Or die cure' of d'eup, frceh cuts and
spra.ns. My little boy has had attacks of
cr.Vup several times,' and one dose c f Dr.
'Horn 5' iiciccu'ic Oil wad sufficient for a
perfect cuie. Tiake great pleusure in rec-
(..inmcnahig it a.*- a f..mily medicine, and
would not bo without a bottle in my house.'"
,   Th colour  an   Be   Understood  Tt.
Passengers in nn uptown car one afternoon' last week were very much entertained and amused by, a discussion
of things spiritual by" two. colored pas-
•spngers.* "Asothe debate wax.jd warmer
the voices of the debaters grew louder
until what was said was' plainly audible to, all In the car. After each bad
made a confession of faith and given'
his views of tbe means whereby mortal
man could gain salvation one of tbe
pair blurted out in a tone tbat'lmplied
that all his hope for the next world
was embodied iu tbe words:
"Well, sah, I b'lieve dat what's gwine
to lie is sho'ly gwine to be."
"Hub," grunted his companion contemptuously, "den yo' b'iieves in pre-
Tho    Limit.
"And the railway company agrees to
settle by paying me $5.000,'does-it?"
said the man who bad been injured.
"How much of it do I get?!'    *
"You got all of it," said tbe lawyer,
"and you pay tue what you please. It
didn't take me live minutes to get a
sett lenient out of them."-
Thi.s, O render, is no fancy sketch.
There' are limits to tbe imaginative
faculty of the human mind-
A   Help  to  Enrly   Rlmfnc
Milkman-You're up unusually
this morn!nf;. .lohnny.
Johnny (without looking up from his
dime novel)-Yeh. Mom sent me to
tied last niiilit just ns Pretty Pete waa
about  to rescue the  lovely  maiden.   '
A  PoNslltic  Solution.
"1 believe that hmise is haunted. The
tenant says'l-i- 11 ears some one rapping
on the walls at night."
"Maybe its walls are covered with
wrapping oapcr."
they bring, loss money,  the range
ing from .*?;>5 to $45.
HORSES—There    is
demand for horses for
'general  use. niul  dealers fua
b -    ir thev can se-
a good  si
both farm and
"  no (iifli-
m disposing of al
,,   Tbe market  is   being
1  .   . „   ,   ..=_ There <u*e
supplied  from, Ontario.
some Montana horses selling"
continue high.
is one of.the most important
■thing's ' for every farmer to
.consider/ y y-y
will build up a run down horse.
It tones up the system, rids
stomach of bots, worms and
other parasites which undermine'an animal's-health-
50 cts. a package. ,
AGENTS.      -     -     -      MONTREAL.
Write for books on Horses nnd Cattle.
JmUUlMI WHVIMII 'I II I, ,t,uit,.m.r^vrl
By Royal Warrant Killers to
The World's Best Family Flour.
The World's Best Baker's Flour.
tma^^^  „»      -^    <y      MIXED
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Coming into your home regularly. You can have it for $2.00 per annum by
biking advantage of Uie * 7 ■    ' " .' '
made to everyone living west of North Bay. The regular price is $4.00.
By cutting out chis advertisement and sending it with $2.00 you
can'liaveit for a whole year. ' Address:   THE GLOBE, Toronto.
•^1" Try our Parlor, Matches.
They produce a quick IyiGHT
without any objectionable
f-nrnf3"?     «••«••'»
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Hull, Canada.
: 1
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Do you spit up phlegm?
Does your head ache?
Is your appetite bad?   ,
Are your lungs delicate?
Are you losing flesh ?
Are you pale and thin?
Do you lack stamina ?
Those symptoms are proof that you
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ATI    I!a ml*
To''•:<■•.•<>   is   i:i   T>'i
hnhiMry.    One   i*\ er
P'li'iv of !--i'>:Uv,n  we
J-innl. 1 i:K
i....::i: pec
Ar.-A s.iii.i*
re kindiy
'k shelter,
i)i: 1
rn n
Mi*\ii*:in f:islii,>:i. ;it 11
iKla or fnrinhonse. Hotels. <■>:•
in tlio.Iiirgo towns, nro unknown.
It >v:is iibont ',) p. in. when wo arrived.
Sitting on the wide vi-nimhi t-> receive
us wc behold tho entire fnniily. On the
'right of the door was the lady of the
house inn white cotton,gown, smoking
a cigar."'Below her were the daughters,
and , haiidinaidcins. also, smoking. On
the other side of the door was the
ranchcro or niastcr himself, with his
sons and manservants. Every one was
employed in rolling the tobacco leaf
into cigars, and every one was smoking, " including a little: hoy not' quite
three years old, who had a full sized
cigar In' his haby :mouth; while In his
left hand he held ;i ha 11a 11 a from which
he took hites bctw.eeh the pufl's.- occasionally stopping to piny wilh a small
puppy dog.
"Does he often smoke?" 1 asked,in
amazement.   •; ■■
"SI. sinora.  lie smokes three or fouiy
cigars a  day.    All  our children , have'
done so at that age."  Adaptability of
teinpcr'anieht to ;climate!
Nevr York's  City Hall.
New York city hall is only thirty-six
feet above the sea- level.
', '?
I'-. ■
The nasty pipe made him sick.
A nice sweet
would have made him happy.
Tht Office Specialty Mfg. Co. Ltd. Toronto,
I>-*V>'1") DOCUatlSNT j?tcae cabinets,
CAlll) l^»3iX CAUIXETS.
Thoso Cabinet-, save time and money.    An of-
llco not complete without them.
P. O.GOX 393, *       E. B. .HAMBLY,
WiunipoK, Man. Ugr. Westorn Branch
We imagine that the two most
gruesome tasks in the world would
be to.shuve a cloud nuui and curl the
hair of it dead woman.
One cent wise
One dollar foolish
To use any but the best
Aslt for the Octagon Bar 20;
' Ivnpwledge embraces many subjects; but after all .-there is only'one,
subject that is really w.'hrth einbrac-
ing—woman ! '
W. N. U. No. aso.
' .i"44;063
yetxysy qi  ^^
ot  tho:5,601,219
English  children   under' 11
age  are' wage-earners,   out
who attend  school.
How readily you are fooled by the
smooth stranger! But your neighbor  can't   fool you;  you   watch  him.
7wA A"i...-jrT■1.»:-5.1. rrj.;.,&•&, ^.itbrsswJ^^v^^^tSvV^ a; i ���< ���  ��� ��� i [ I*  - i ' .'  i ' i       **       i '  ��� ��� .**���   ' '  i'   '"  - *     /      si  1  f�� J  ..��...",  *���   ''   "i,  I- I ,  ���IV  ������ss  <^BiyjaSng-.^-^.>^t-L^*l<)(!��3i W.mrflS/U'iaHremggi**^^  fi MB LEADES; fr  J b.iloon recently.   The aeronaut etcppeJ  One Year.  v, ^,. x the Englishman,   who   produced   his,  Iab"8herS- card, reading:    "Janes  Stephen Van- J' a ^Eacheiln  ��� ��� ~��� dercook, Savage Club,' London."   But'        -Noble Grand.  SATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' tt . ,     ,   .,    -  ,12 00   Wlncfercook liul(>d to avenge his inault,  (Santos-Dumont wrote   a   number  farewells, because, having no skill vith  sword, or pistol, he considered an "accident" possible.  FiiAXK Daxby,  Secr'y.  8ATURDAY, JULY. 5, 1902.  isters who hold [certificates from  tbe  London    .Board    of   Education  and  ..,., .Science     Department,    Kensington,  of Moyie     Miners'    UniOIl  England.   Apply to Sister Superior!  Insure  WASTED���A   >'EW    FIKE   CIlIElf  Moyie'"} lire brigade  needd   to be re-  ...        h .  KTO. "71.  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.    Sojourning    members    are  ' i' /  BllOTIIER    billTIl    DEPAKTED    TOR  ,     HsAVSlt  ���1:30 A.   .AX.  On the nest day he  found   written  belo^v:  ���Heavex->9 :40 p. St.    S-MITH  NO*  J.v yet*.   Gkeat Anxiety!  K". Y. World.  cordially invited to attend.  ' P. T. Smyth,  President.   ' Secretary.  What Detained liim?  organized and a n"ew chiel  appointed.). An-��POoanlry pastor posted on   his j ^aa^  John W. Bickers,,   the   present chief, I Gh���h d��0t the foIlowin�� notIce* ' J,LACMraH'  has been weighed in the balance and  found wanting. Since his appointment, about a year  ago, not  a   single  practice has been had and the members  of the brigade liaYerlost all interest in  theii work.   This is largely due to the  Stubborn methods of their chief, who  has displayed no tact or policy   rt'hat- ���    ���.,   , i a   w M)mn,T.r���  -o  ,o.-������ _ng (0 ecope^e ���*��� j    "^  ��**"**�� **-��  *, LME^" ���^-s So^so*,  I Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp in the court  house.,  ��. P. Macdonald, Pres.  ihT THE  Pioneer = Hardware  Store.  -����' *u ifiiueiivujiijg iv uu-uperaie WHil I ��  the wishes of his men or the people of! winniI18" on its merits  ilie   town.   Antagonism    and   abuse I    "Have j'ou tnetl it?"  fcotvaidn his fellow ��'itfeeus seem lo  be      Save the tags thnv are valuable.'  his strongholds.'   Mr.. Kickers should  Oo as he did when  school   trtietce*-���resign. ' In cane he doon not resign, then  tlie MOB, an he   teriiiB  the  peaceable/  citizens qf'Mdyic, shoiilcTask him to do  3d.    lie may be all right us a business  man, but as a   lire   cliiu,   so   far   as  Moyie ia concerned at least,   he   is   a  rank failure.    lie should be-invited to  'fgo 'way bacSk and sic down."  Vice-Pres.  You will find a complete stock of general Hardware, Enamel and Tin. ware,  Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.  ���SJ&^Tliismltiilug ami Plumbing.  ,    rConlisiiiij- Steam Laundry.  iFeidey C'line, of tho  Central  Iiotel  barber shop,  ^   uo*v   nplat   for   thei  Kootenny Stciiin Liund/y   a(   JrM;3aon.j  AII laundry l-.-ft in hi'** oh.triro  will' be  prompily *,'���;.'nd-jtl uK    Lii*.*- hy muel   .  bo in bf-fyn- Tsu -.'Lay *.��� vfti unjj.    Tor uu,,' '  casJi in ndvancc  CODKX iUOTIE."  11  ���     "No.  ' -1       i  1 y  jifecus OH'tiifi'Just Tlmrs  Idayof eni-li mouth. Vis,  MOYlbiy  11��  ORAffimoOK  S-2.  T, Mc(,iKEOOKI.ll..a  ��� ZVnrnltifz to Ssirgreon?. '  Montreifl, June 27.���An  interesting  judgment was'given by Justice Dolierly  in tho sdperior court, thia morning   in  regard tb tbe  right of   jihysiciana   'to  perforin   <-in   amputation    upon    .the  ' person oi a  patient   without  his consent.    A man named Alfred  Lefebvre,  who had one foot crushed by the 0, P.  t    It. train, waa taken to the lioyal  Victoria hospital, and refused to have  tbe  bones cut off,   Dr,  O'Brien   add   Dr.  James   Bell   decided   this   operation,  though not necessary to save  bis life.  would ��� improve  his   condition,    and  performed it while he  was  under  an  anastheticygiven  ostensibly   to  dress  ' the wounds.    Judge Doherty held that  ,tbe doctors hud violated   the .right  of  the patient, for every man li.id a right  to control e.ich   portion   'of   his,,, own  pereoii.   The question,  ho.vever,  was  t rather the court should award damages.  Evidence showed the patient was' better off  after   tbe   operation.    Under  such    circumstances,   remarked    the  judge,   whiie   the   plaintiff  had   tbe  abstract right of the action against the  hospital and   doctors,   ha   could   not  find  any damage could be  imposed,  except as a vindication of   right,   and  ���he could not see he   was   justified  in  doiug even   that.   As   there   was   no  violation of right, however,  he  would  dibmiss the case, with costs.  Ii'alcj-ou Hot Sin-lncc.  The most complete health resort on  the continent ol North America.   Sit-  [uatcd   nu'drft  scenory   un rival led  for  uramluer.    THE   HALOYUK    HOT  SPEJ2-/GS Sanitarium, Halcyon  Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B.  O.    Resident  physician and nurse,    Boating fishing  and  eicursiohe.     Telegraphic'   communication   with   all   parts'^ of    the  world.    Two mails arrive ahd  depart  .daily,   terms, $i5 to  $18 per  week-  according   to   residence  in hotel or  villas,   ltd batHs cure all riervous and.  ���muscular diseaoes.   Its waters Heal all  kidney,  liver ahd  etoinach  trbiiBles  The baths and waters are an  remedy for silver and lead  H&rvey    &   McCarter,-  FOUT STEELE, B.C  Hiirrey, McCarter & Alexander,  FERNIE, B.C.   ,     ,  r ,  Barristers & Solicitors.  K"-��ni. 'JLUiai j j* j  ttl^lLEj '-Wmj-iWCtJi-i^JX-^i.,-^  W. P. G-UBD,  BAItltltoElt, dOitolTOit; Ktbi  CEANBB00i��,|    " ���,     '   '   '  .aLcamyrmtcini'���w.g  aving   Parlor,  PIBW"  kTifgte  ���-; ". ;;  '     ������'".'��  u-i  -y.V  ijg cboftj  2".   "J    *V<  THE ST. EUGEKE MINING Cd    , mm-  THE MOYIE LUMBER CO iKS  PARK, MITCHELL ��fc CO    '  REID, CAMPBELL A CO  MacEACHEEN & MACJDONATh ' \WW-  P. BURNS & CO. ]X   nBl,iJ  KOOTENAY HOTEL.'  CENTRAL HOTEL.  MOYIE HOTEL.  THE LEADER OFFICE  G. H. MINER.  J. J'i MURPHY.  P. L>. HOPE.  ���I. P. FARRELL.  &c, Ac; Ac.  C'-l-l-W  ���MB  iopie insure  panies  CI'.NTRAL   HOTEL,  C'LIN-JB; I'rop.  .MOYIE'S LEADING  HOTEL,  B. C  ii  troubles.^ ��� '   poisoning.!     "   '        ra  ������-v-    .^-  oteBay  The best of accommodations  ���  for the traveiingjpiiblib.  ,ft Jt; McMahoni. Mgr.  rsas  iLMMmi.  WHOLESALE AKJJ RETAIL  (  I  J  /  J  l.'  ���i  t  i  e  y  f  n  A  The Uuttof waa 1'ossotl.  An Qqstern  railroad   man   tells   tlie  story.ol.onfe   of   his, brakemen   who,  for special service.rqn jqred tp'.tbe road,  was granted a month's vacation.  "He had never been west;" said' the  superintendent,'-'so decided to. take a  .trip to. the Rocky Mountains: We  fiirnished him witb passes.  ''The mian went to Llenver^ahd there  tiiet a number of bis friends   at, work  on one of' the   western ' roadd.    They  sntertaiued hipi.  litid   r>hen   he   went  away made hi in a present of a goat.  .   "Our man was at a loos to know how  to get the animal home   with   him, as  the express charges were   yery   heavy.  After puzzling for some time, h~ made  out a shipping tag and tied  it   tb   the  horns of the goat. 'Then ho presented  .the animal al the office  of  the stock-  car line.  "The tag created a good deal of interest among the stockmen, and they  bent fur the manager of the company.  Thid was Lhe inscription which he  found on the tag: >  "Please Pass the Butler."  ���nmes It. McKenna,  Bra Iceman,   It. II.  ��� " 'A most iumsualvthing,!:.saidl tbei  manugor. Then he buret o'lit laugh-'  ing. 'All right,' in, said, ;paba the  htiiter.' "  MEAT .  MEKCHAKTTS,  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  Eisb,-Game  ani Poultry.   We  supply  only  the  best.    Your     '  trade solicited.  ' MARKETS .  In, all   the   Principal  Cities and    Towns^ in  British Columbia,  CRANBROOK Bi  Headquarters for East  Kootenai  CRANBR09E.  Eaily market prices by  wire '���  from Spokane.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission and  Insurance Agent,  BOOTS    Aftt)  f  Repaired and Made to Order.  0  R, A. SMtTH;       Moyie,  near MA'cEachren & Macdonalds.  Drug and Stationery Store.'  Wm' Toilet Articles  t r i  Office Stationery  School Supplies*  m  Chemist JbiiS fira&ghi-.  9  iroYisJ  Moyiei  B,  C.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  ASSAYKlfc  NELSON,  &. C  EAST KOOTENAV BOTTLING CO  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco  is  ���winning on its merits,  "Have you tried it?"  Have the lags they are valuable.  'Xwoa'toil Kngli8liiiiiiii'�� Nose.  ���    Paris, July   2.���While sitting   at a  tiblo in the LIU:: hotel, Santos-Dumont,  ���the -icronaut,  overheard   an   EnglUh-  1 man*make a  eneeriug   remark   about  htm -.nr.n'ei'Mlni,   u)(?  ,-,!-��� nhinw   of  his'  ,. CRANBRO'OK, Br C.  Ar^ated Waters of all  Kinds,  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water _ arid Syphens.  SO   YEARS'  EXPERJENCE  MS&tiHAtfT   TAitOK  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating   ,"  Trousern,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE, b. C  ENT0N  CHAS. f>.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  Eiii"balmer.  Graduate of Champion College.of tbe  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.  Cranbrook, B.C.  klBDBBSTXI>TORIESTJERJSlilS 'GO.  eer, Porter and Bottled  ways on Hand.  Quality not'ezeelled in'the .country.   Try it and  be'convincecL  ���  0ry  IV N,  J0BJYST0.N' BUOS.  I T^& &>tei i$ tteti? and \tfeil.jHirnislied. The  Tables are Supplied witH tlie. Best ;tfo '  Market affords. The ^ar is Filled with  me Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.,  [arte  ���x  rv^  ^POR���  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSD���  Baggage,    Express   and    Genera;  Delivery.'  .MOYIE.  0. I'\ DI33AULNIEH  DEALER  ;  May 26, 30*  June 29^  July 2, 3, 4.  From Rossland, Trail,  Nelson and Intermediate Points.  TO .Minneapolis  Chicago  'Detroit  Toronto  Montreal  HEADQUAkf BBS. FOB- COMMERCIAL  ���i���-���*        ,:      ANDJJIlilridMBS .... ,  in ���    ,    u ���      -- - mirrisn.cor-uMHU ;  ���g<�����6������g���e^S���-seS6e<g<3e'i^���ifegg-sg*g���rS���^  -' .      .'Mmll ii,-,,,',     , I'm   ��-**ii*.i***���i^..!.,,,,,,.^;,,,',,,   ,   __ij^'  ��� Irilrxn for tiulh.  A 360 acto farm three mileij from  Moyie for sale. '.There'is considerable  land cleared and it is well stocked  with hogs cand poultry. For further  information apply at this o/Iice.   -1-29.  10.  fs  1:  D.    l'  t  -*S|fc^^\,    ��� y ���/���?���?'��       . Copyrights &c.  ���\.nvoi*0 nontllnii a plcotcli tuvl ���lr,3/*r!u*lio-n xuin  fl"lckly iwoormm onr odIijIot. in-,'. /.Ii-.|,''i,r ;<h  itivom.lon Ib jirol-ulilj pnienllijla.   Ooiii"Jiji'ir'lr*i''  Bontiron. Olclest ..peiu'v for tit-mrlur]"i e a"3  t'li'^iil*. luken  triroii^li Munn gr/c'o. ro"efVc  Wectalnotice, wltliout ci-nrKi-, iuttit)      JO-t-v,-:  Scientific Mmnfu  A handsomely illustrated veeulv    I ��rL.���af r.-,���  culatloTi of any pcierillfln journal.    'S," qra  EmV'Ri'on    '^ Sv"hyi��l������M*���.  MUNN �� Ca.36!Br&^y.fa Ynr&  fWif t*  prompt deli Very.  Queens' Aw.    IVJ.QYXF  fiOId haniers?8ay|  pt &iu so mco-jt rtilnRB to com-,  "��� mend Iv    Thft top of the  action Is flhrcys closed, the  mechanism tho moat nim-'  Pio, tho Oaten elegant, thei  },'. torra atrractl v��.   11 seem *  ^���T^'A.yv  <���*- -. C7.  Wm  $ d-i.eo  0*1.50  77.00  89.30  100.50  Oorre^ondlng   rcduofon.    from  AM | ^nS^h^SHS^^/l  M0.1I3 and Um.1, inH���ih,i nn n m^^^xmU^ct^^f^^    ����  I UCihc Wy. Luk*. .,t;'amf./*n ' P^"^*^38-55or30-30. ^��^�����  Through Innkinga to Eu'-otip ' ^^^'^^  via. all Atlantic'1^,^:        I fi*�������"����ARfiB,  ?Hifl. tickets from   a!i  poinla  at loweet rateo.  "or  Kates, Uajth, 'j'imc c^ , ,  G. Hlllier, Agent, Moyie  J. a OAKTEH, K. J. COVI.B,  Dlbt, l'oaa. Agl '^s'lfSu  . fn.s  ft    ' V-uncover.  ill  r.-i '*"  k{      MK-.r;n>va  \<%A-Ciif'  V% AS:A?A  Prices. Given  Taken, op,]  Bverytjl'sr.j  in tlio Pi'i? l\M  Line at the  N?��i  frt^'ASS  mmi  :'m  -r-c-<���  ksB  :e  {fit  hi  its-.  Ser  m'r  fetor;  fex  Mac


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