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The Moyie Leader Jul 13, 1901

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FOURTII PyOUND'.' **  -���^*''Wi&' HA,To-?From 25 cts. to a No. 1 far hat @ $-1 75.      ' ..  "'''     r    '        '        '    " '      FIFTH-ROUND.       ���     .��� '  &BOOTS-*rMiners/ digging allocs frjm, $3.00   to  $i.25.    Fine    ehooi  THE IIIETEE OF 111  Beport   for   the  Year  ,'     1900 at Hand,  THE -BIG-MOYIE MINES  nii:ir-i>-, 75;   trimmers   and' labourtjv  50; foremen, mechanic;-, etc.,53.  The   mine   works    t;  rfhiflP,  St.   Engcpo   I?rojclu'ced   Jrdre   ^aad  ��� any Other Mine in the   '  '     ' Province.  than  irom',��2,50'to ^1.75.  'S  ||gLt ��b.e ;same,..time  the, visitors ^iil be  '���'; slaown the, finest   display of Dress  Goods ever shown iri Moyie.  fjwir-Best Vivluo'over offered' in  East  Xootfn.iy for   tlio  money,    Como  ������^ ',        ''    e^rlyr und secure a  front goat.  fflfefo  OOMPAMY.  !!��������������� !��� WU  t ���������������^���Vi-*'5��  ...  - ^<T"l��i  ^��  war  ^  ^-.-  HE. .CANADIAN 'BANK' :0F . -COMMERCE  JP^id iTJp Capital   $8,000,000.  ''���AAHBROOK .branch.  iO��8T HAINES, MGR  1,1W 1  N.'A.. irAcKENZii?, Proprietor.".  he   HoteF for the  masses. ��� Eyerything- First  in  every;; respect. ,'Sample. Boom's  for  Comme rcial Meii;  ���_ ��        ^  (Gon|inu3d from last vea'k)  ���The ore from these, workings i3 convey ed from the lower tunnel to tin-,  concentrator, pj lust Led on Ll.jo lake  sharp, by an aeri.-ir triiinv/ay which is  worthy of futuro notice;   I '   ,    �� '  The traniway is one' built by a   Nel  son iir/n, and   in  understood   to   Iiuvci  been designed ljy Jfr. Ri'olet, O. E.,  of  that place..   The U^mway is 3,300 feet  long, and hasa fall of about 1,4.00 feet  There are  two standing ropes,  upon  which the buckets run as in   the   Otto  &  Bieichart  Systems,  the  difference  b,i-ing tliat'in this case the buckets are'  attached to^ thb  hauling rope'by  an  arm bolted to the rope, iustead of   be .  ing held by.'a grip.   . ���"  Eai.h bucket'holds 900 "lbs. uf ore  and is self-dumpinjr, being einpiicd as  it passes over the bin 03',iim uutom Uic  device without thb necessity 0/ bt-in  stopped, while the loading at tlje top,  bibs is aleo done' by an' automatic  loaderas the buckets pass.  The arrangement is cheap to construct and cheaper to operate than  any "grip" tranf', ami wad giving' gre.u  satisfaction. The cost of transporting  ore from the bins at the mine into bm.s  at the concentrator is stated by the  nuuniger. to be 7 cent= per,ton!  Between the upper,and middle workings is the 500 foot , tuunel,   wKicJi   ia  in sonie I'oO icet, the Work being cuiefl}  exploralory.-  machine drills being employed,' and  compressed air being supplied from the  mill. At the mill, tiitj' operating force  amounted to 10, and the carpentrr.-  'ancl labourers employed on construe-  ticn and'repairs to dbout 30, making a  lotat pay roll of about 300 mem"  '  ' ' " ��� , ''       '        ' ��� '  (.To be concluded.) .  HOSSLAHD JDHBBS STB0B  line Huu^Lred.Men Are  Out.    " ,   -  LOCAL    NEWS.  was 'in   J-C-.islo  this  quite  Lv A. Bickers  weuk;  J.  J;^  Crowe   is  M[)j(]ly froni bis recent illness  Obas. Lives'ley returned.last Sunday  from his'yisif. tq '(ho old country.    "  Mr. .fame? Brewester is still very  sick.at his home hero.  A. 11. Slinn has given up tin1 bakery  business and lias gone to Jvitohener.  Li. A . Elton, the insurance hustler,  was out from Fort Steele Thursday.  ���Most of the new officers of the Odd  Fellows were installed lasf ^Monday  eveuiqg. '     n  ���  > Don't forget that there r will he a  meeting of the board of trade and the  election of offlusrc next Wfldtiecday  evening:. ��� '  SMALL MINES TO YvOEK  Rqsxlniid Has Managers Who Am fVilUiifi:  ',   to X'sjy thn Waj��-eq raid in Other  'Jvootenay Canipf;.  I..;-^flffOYTBt  . ?-�� V1!.       - >    -7  British Golurnhia  flora f"p��a  1  4*^A,   A"  Larue   sample   j 00111   in   connection  with house for commercial men.   Best  1 t  ���of accommodations.  sfe  1  t ���  v  3$  Headquarters for   Commenciai and  Mining  Men.  QUERN'  AVENUE, '        ,.���' ���e      ' ��� MOYIE,   B.C.  What About: Canned Goods?   '  '  We haye unloaded a car Lbis week.and have now on hand a ���  'large stock in the best brands,    Here is a list to select from ;       '<  ���   MOVIE 'U'OiiKlKOi-.  -   The Moyie or middle workings com-��  prise th.e 800-foot tuunel, 550 leet lony,  with a drift 7G feet on a paiaile!   vein;  the 900-toot   tunnel;   wit'li   two   cross,  cuts to right for a 101.1I distance of. 223  iret, and a r.iizv of 110 hot;  the   100U  foot tunnel, 4����>   feet   lon^,   with    upraise  of  12S iV.ut;   und   the   1L00 loot  tunnel, 115'feei ionir.  Tlis ore extracteii from  ihese  work  ings is dropped through   raises   to   tiie  lowest of the   levels   or    tunnels   and  (rammed out to bins/from .whence   it  is lowered by a surface-gravity tram to  The denl on the Society Girl has not'  m'ltorialjzf-'d up to the, hour -of <joinjj  (���) press.  Boy a shirt waist at Gilpins, Quick.  Any old price.  1   Landlord   Munro. of    the    Queen'  hotel, Crestou, was in Moyie this werk.  feasting his eyes on the natural   beauties ,of the place.  Mrs. ���<.;. F. lianningtou,   Miss   Han  nin^ton   and, Master , tf.uiningti;n   i>l  Fort Sterh; were, out   to   Moyie  on    a  visit the ii'1 t'nl.the week and wore the  quests of M   X. B.ale and Dr. Green. .  BOAT Fo'lt'SALK���IVicB  $5.    For  particulars apply at this office. ,  Go,to the. blouiw .Bakery, for    your  bread, pies aud e;ikes. ' 4  A fi;W lines in Jjadies' Wiuppers given  at cost.    Giipin.  . The S��. "Eugene mill closed down  this1 week.for repairs and a fe,w of the  ,meu were laid off temporarily.  Mr. Rord and' Mr. Loyhe.id of Fair  bault, Minn, were in Moyie tliis week  and were the guests of Mr. Grant.  'Mrs. McMahon, mother of the Me-  Mahon brothers, and Mrs. L, J. Kenny,  tneir lister, accompanied by her little  girl, arrived here this week from Grand  Fork's, .North Dakota, on a visit, and  are stopping at the Kootenay. They  were here two ye.irs ago, and   spent   a  Jlo��siand, July 11,���-All miners employed by'the Rutland Qreaj, Western  mines arc on strike today. The total  number of men afl^cted js aljout. 000.  The Miners,' Union hits called''out the  orcwaof the W.-ir Eagle and Center  Star, mines lo' take effect tpmonovv  morning at- 7 o'clock," when the d.iy  shift goes' to work. This will add 300  men to the lisi of idle men. .Several,  of tho smaller mines have conceded,  the demand for an advance of oQ cents  per 'day iu .111 tickers' wages and have  not been interfered with, The.eitiu,  tion has been without incident aa yet  and fairly good spirits prevail among  tiie parties interested. Business men  and others are devoting everv effort to  bring about an arrangement- between  the miner/:! and the 'mine ��� managers.  A special session of the board of, trade  is taking p'ace tonight for this purpose.  Bossland, July 11.���The Iron Mask,  liomestake and Spitzei'miues at liossi  land are working full handed, having  agreed to the request of the miners to  pay the current scale of wag��s of all  the mininu camps in Kooteiiuy and  Yale. The -'Lu lioi has not a man  working, except pump and hoist men.  Work'iit tho War Eagle, and ..Center  Star will be suspended tomorrow.  Tho Cfitiiolic.? I5,-i;ai;r.  Tho incmbcrs of the Catholic LadieB'  Aid and Alt:;r Society were   very  successful witu' their bazaar and icecream  socialla-jt Thursday evening, and succeeded in clearing $105.    The   contest  for, the big  doll   was won   by   Georgie  ' L>e.-unlnier, who succeeded  in   raising  $21 in tep cqnt  subscriptions.    Hazel  Ch'ne   followed   with  $13, aqd Louise  .Niederstadt with $9.    The members oi  the other churches rendered, good   service and assisted materially in  the   affair.  '     ,      , ��� CAW) OV TIUEZ.fi. '    :  Tho rpem^rg of the C.itbplic L^djeg,  Aid wish to express their sincere  thanko to the people who so ably assisted in the bazaar and social  Thurs  day eyepinfj.  Mrs. niedehstadt;  airs. TOPE. .' '    ���  IJoxiii;; Contest Tonight. n  ��� Every tiling'is raady for the bi^j boxing contest   between   Jack   Fitzgerald  and Ed CuiFtbis evening.    A platform  has been built in   Morley hall  for  the  ring, which is 20 feet square.    Ed Cuff'  and his backer, W.   W. Tu-tje'^of   the.  Royal hotel, Fer'uie,   arrived   iu   town,  last evening.   J.\iey were" accompanied  by  Geo7~W'hite7 '.Cuff'e   trainer.   'The  .iffair promises to b'e a most interesting  one, as both men   ar<s in  perfeot  con��  dition   and  .pretty ^cyeply   matched.,  FilK wiil enter the,ring weighing about  190   pounds  and   cuff at  .170. ' P00U  will be sold  on ��� the   contest . at   the  Kootenay.  ,J.-AV. ��1. Smvtlio Dead.    '  J. W. H. Sniythe, ex-manager of the  Cranbrook branch of the Canadian  Bauk^of Commerce, and iaie'man.-itrer  ot the branch at Greenwood, died at  the huter jdace 1I113 week of Briybt'b.  disease, iie w.is only 32 years o! age,  bin was considered one of the brigh-  i,L-&t hieu m the employ of that bank.'  He was well and lavorably known in  Moyie.  Courthouse Nearly Completed.  Mbyie's new government building is  almost completed and will be ready to  tu.-n o%-er to tne proper authbritiec  sometime next' week. The budding  staods as the most subtantial government building in Spuih East. Kootenay^  ;nul it is a credit? to the town in which"  it is located.' There is a large courtroom,^ magistrates' room, constables  room, three good .strong cells, car-  ridars,- etc. Th.e portion of the,, lot  back of the, builuing is cuclosed with it  ten foot board fence, and the front  with' a picket fence. The building h-Af.  received its la^it cqat of paint and .pu^  presents a very pretty, appsaran,qe.    '   '.  the top of a  shaft  situai.cd   at   about  .1 ���   i:nn(,���.,v     1      mi" '1     '. ��� ���   very pleasant summer in the   mineral  the   loOOfoot' level.     Through    this       ��� ,. ��� '   ��� ��� ...--'  mctropohes.  shaft the ore descends to the ISOO-foot  level,, where it is loaded from a chute  into cars, and a train of 6 or S of these  is hauled by a muie alons; a slisrhtlv  down-grade surfane trade tq the concentrator bins,��a distance of, approximately, a quarter of a mile.  1  /1  TOMATOES���Delhie, Tartan,  Colonial.  .y\l WAX BEANS���Tartan, Red Cross.  k  pp KAj TEAS���French, Sifted, Aylmers.  I   ''1% ,S\VEET POTATOES.���Boy-err.  11 . _ - * ST  ���Sfi  '.��. .���  "S  1'IOACHES���Tartan, Bolley,  -.���$�� PEARS���Tnrtan, Osliawa.  'M hLl"K  PLUMS���Tartan.  - 5*3 ^()MBAiiD ���'  '.'t-ftrlS UH10EN (JAOE  IMl KRKl KS���Goodwil!io3.  STP. A\VJtJ3Ki\ I ES���Tartan,  Aylnier.  JUKI)  RASPBEKKrES���Tartan, Ayl-  1 m<vrs,  .-i   UliAOK       J^ASPBEKRIES���Tartan,  DuIM-h.  PINE APPLE���Chunks,  Sliced,   and  Whole.  BLUEBERR LES���Loggics.  UOOSEBERHIES���Bolloy's.  I^AWTON B E RRLES���Bolley's.  PMMPK1N���Dulhic.  ^  BAKED, BEANS���������With   or  without  tomato sauce.  PACIFIC CARABUS.  SALMON���Flats or Tails.  CLAMS���Loggios.,  CLAM CHOWJDER.  OYSTERS���Cove, Blue Points.  1IEKRING���Anchovey,   shrimp   and  tomato sauoo,  SOUSED MACJvREL.   .'  RATAVrA SHRIMPS.  BOELESS���Tur^ov, Chicken, Duck,  ENGLISH   B.CAW'N.  PIG'S FEET.  BEEF���Corned, and Boast.  SA RD1NES��� French. Canadian.  LUNCIE TONGITE���Rex  ClflPPEI) BEEF���Libhy's.  DEVILED  HAM.  VIENNA SAUSAGE. .,  ROAST MUTTON.    ���  POTTED���Chicken,    Duck,   Tonirnc,  Shirt wai��ts afc Gilpins from ��Q cents  up.  Bobt. Campbell, of the firm of Beid,  Campbell &. Co., left this week for the  scene of his childhood in Scotland,  the land of the poridgc, the kilts v.ml  the bag-pipes. Bob did not stat.e the  object of his nip, but the people of  Movie would not be at all surprised lo  see him bring a highland lassie home  with him.  W.KK SHORE WORKINGS.  The Lake Shore or lower workings  comprise tho tunnel levels at 1,500  feet, 1,700 feet and 1S0O feeL  The 1500-foot level is 504 feet  long, i       X1*�� r���cUce should ��e stoopeu  with two cross-cuts of 4S feet, a rais to   .   Tllere tue tl  n"��'^e'- of small   boys  the 1400-foot level of 10Q feet,   a  drift   iu lown vvho !{ia,ce ''l practice of   being  on cross vein to a parallel voin of  13b  at the fctlltion whenever a   train   pulk-  in.    They play around   the   cars,  and  sometimes when the train  starts   thev  ' .Soiioiil Kxairiiiiatums.  The- following   are    the    names,    in  order of merit, of those who   were   sue  cessful   in .passing   the  examination-'  in th.o Moyie .school:  From the 4th to the 5th class,  1. Elliott Crowe  2. Clarie,Pollard  3. Erna Niederstadt  From the 3rd to the 4.th class-'  L. L^oyd Croye  2. N,oi.b-i Niedertst^df,  3. Jennie Harper  4. Edward D^saulnier   , 0       ���  _ 5, Florence Harn.sr  G.  May Southward  From 2nd to the 3rd class  1. Jennie Smith  2. Marjoy Pollard  3. John Golsong  d. Alex Southward  5. Hazel Chne  0. Arthur Lulner  7. Olive Cline  8. Di^llie Grossman  ^lilluicn to Give ii Picnic.  The St. Eugene   nuilmen   hay's  decided to give a picnic   and   dance   at  the Fanvll  paviilion   across   tiie  lake  next Tuesday afternoon  10 'which   an.  invitation   is   extended   to  everybody,  Jack Fitztriubomj  will   be   master    0/  cermonies, and 'music wiil be furnished  by   "Barney'-'   &   Murphy's' orchestra.  According fjo jHj,q   program   boats   will  leave for ib'je park at 1:30   o'clock and  will leave the grounds on their   r,9f urn  when    full.    The   program  also .says  that there will be j.gs by the jig   men, -  and a balloon ascension by JJen   Hem-  mjuger.  }-eI��cm ajgy fief K,0 filler jr.  In },hp .opipivx .of J,ay F.^Grayes^occ  of the raosi solid w;ui.u�� wen jo ,t^e  w,est, Nelson will have .t&p lp.a,d ^jc.fjn.-  ery. lir. 0r���yes h$s ju^-t t returned  fr^iji the east, where he cams jn cptir  tact with sorjfe of Uir leading capitaL  ists, who .'ire interested in this coun,  try.  feet, a drift of 75 feet, and a tunnel on  tho south parallel vein of 05 feet.'  The. 1700 toot level, or more properly pumP ���� tho stops and rule the distance j From 1st to the 2nd class  the 1005 loot level is yOSfeot loi)ir.\vit hi of   tho   pl^form   before  getting    off'  ^letal Quotations.  _ New     York,   July   12.���Bar silver,  ;59g-   cents.    Lead,   price   for   miners  mid smelters, $4.37^- at the close. Cop-  per, brokers' price. $17.00.  London, July 1L���Load ��12 5s.    '  t. Arthur Ciowc, Cleveland Dill and  a raise to the [oOO-foot level of lf>5 feet, j Thjs is g**t��"f:  very   annoying  to  clu | Ella J/ingenb i-k, equal,  a cross-ei)t to the right of  220   feet   to j trrtiM lll,in' i1k' ;'Synt :in-> i�� Con&table | '   2.  Willie Golsong  tho oouth vein, and a drift following   �� j nrl!rnil,olul-     I'arents     should    keep j     ;).   Frank Frcgolia  Oro^s vein for 113 fi-cf. ' ' l,loir <-:liil��Ircn away from the trains  a=- 1  The   jSOOfoiit level  oompii.-W   tiie ! (1,�� ��hi��H'ca for them  getting   hurt or j  main tuunel, f)00 feet,    wit it    drift   i>! ! kiU('li ;iro man3"  cross vein of 135 feet; parallel drift on 1  :-outh vein ; i-iise to1 L70Q foot l>-vel, 110 1  Crosce &  Bhickwcoll'a.  In Gallon Pio Fruits wc are complete, and will bo pleased to  quote price?, which we guarantee will be lower than   prices  elsewhere.  <Qwni  level.  (iO   feet ;j  150   feet,  vein,   SO  lee  feot;raise to   1750 foot  drift on o.irallel  vein,  drill parallel to   cro.->s  Besides (hi'-, a shtirt intermediato tun  nel has bcon run   in  at   tho   !7t)0-foo(  level.  The or-' from tliese workings bus  been chiefly from between (he J700 J  and ISOO foot levels, arid is taken to j  the mil 1 with ihnt derived from the j  Moyie workings by -a.' surface tram!  drawn by a mule. '  ricul for Cosmopoiitiin  Ilotoi.  A deal is on  for    the   Cosmopolitan  ia  M-umj;  out  recent   arrival  _ ! botel.    T  V.   Lowney  ; and Jacob   Nelson     a  I from   C"penhefl��fcn, Denmark,   i-  the I  ' prospective purchaser.    The do:il ' will [  likely   be   closed    this  evening.     Mr. '  Lowney and his   wife   intend  leavintr'  tor Rpnk-me  shortly,   nnd  from   thorp !  they will jro to Butte. :  Marhlnery Is H��re. '  Themuchinery for the Moyie Luin- i  bfr Go's, sawmill,1ns arrived and   will j  The force of men   employed   at  (he | be in-ai ailed as   fa's t as   pns.-ible;    The!  li^^^^^^^-m^^Mmswmm^m^wm^ m%��^&  mine amounted to about 250 at the  time of my visit, and was made up a?  follows i���'Miic'lune   '..���.:n^rs,  GI;' hand  work of putting in .tho' boilers nnf'-  sonio of the shafting is progressing  fnvorably,  I. Christian Blackburn  ').   filii Whitehead  0. Philip Conrad  7. John Elmer  From the 2nd primer to 1st clas--s  1. Alfred Oalthton  2. Daghmar Niel&ou  3. Carrie McQueen  4. Russol   Hawke,    Louise    Nieder  stadt, equal,  5. Ethel Bienton  0. Sidney Elmer  7. Jo.-.'ph Whilehead  8. John Grossman .;  FW��m the 1st premier to   2nd  premier  1. Bell Whitehead  2. Sa.rali M(':Qtioen '������������,'  3. Alma Nielson'  4. Carl Nel.-'on  A. \V  SUTHERLAND;   .  1 Teacher,  ] Tiie AVatoi-v.orks.  j . The. fittings for 1 ho pipo 0f tj,9  Moyie Witter Co. are still delayed, there-  for too work of laying the pip,. h;i3 not,  yet b"on proceeded with.  HPUHE GAAPS   OKtAM   OP TARTAN   roWDCPj  Hig:hest Honors, World's Fair  Gold  Medal, Midwinter Fail'  Avoid Halving Powders   containing  wliuu.   They hji) lujiu-ioiia to heultlA  -J'  */  '     '' ��>  1  s&m< -*r iTiirtr.iii��iri-iii~rraiiiiriTi.r.jit,v<i^-��Tiirriw-rTirinrMiffr>Tri^'irhrmniiii ill ii*irmft-y��Ba;wiinii"TJi  *,i ' /  i-���  ,   ' ii> 'it f  My  rt'i   *  r  >,#*���'���'  ii-:  'i>��i  t <���'���  ��� >  '���;;'  ;iffl  ����� s    (  r>ii  i--'  .....���*j{!;,fs x  r      If Mi      '  ' .-I ;  I--;.|.Im ii/   '     ���'���f>,'r'i'  i   i* *i^.* >i n '��� -. - 11'  i?':!-,'-  tflf.-t  -i'-if.''  ",.' i'-  >f ^  i'   '!  '!.'  j'  if \-}  Sh-ifi ������':  r!1 " ' it.'-' f   ". '   I!  If r";-    'ti     - i    r   ','.  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'* i he j Harvey   &"  3MCcCarter  Atlantic lo the Pacific pc^u;i.-'ai:<I 'iiow  - ~    - .-_   -_���_--    _i._ _ .. ^ ��� j takes to t<Ue v.'oo.ds, ha.viii^-ar.'.asjed' a ,   -Fahlished in. tiie interest of the people | sufilciera - ccr.ipstpr.oy te  snnble 'him '  to lead c. *';uilC' co��i:fcrtabio��� life amid  geni:ine'i-ustiC"SiirroandJMigs, provided '  he meets' with- ordinary - success in  hunting, fi-shing and trapping.  cf Movie and fact Kcotcnay.  ron.7 srEgr.K. i?. c  -r, J. SMXTH Ss'CG.  ���    j.--*:bll��.Iior'!i  SAT2S or i:UT.ZCT-ZTlCr..  One Vc~i  .52.00  SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1901.  '" Tlie'St. Eugene niine  produced more lead  ; during the year 19.00  '���than-.any otherl single  ���producer iiv '��� the 'Prov-  lince, or nearly as much  7as the conihined4 output  ���"of the entire Slocan dis-  /tric'ti--Minister ottffines.  <    ���    :     .. '      .   ��� ���*..*.-���  t .T-���!    -��� -���������      ._ ,_   I���-���-  "    The new government  building  was  a long time coming, but it now stands  Jos the most substantial in 'Jouth  East  'Kootenay. ���        s''\   "���   <  J f| ... I.MUn-^l..-H .J1 j-~tt, , ,   , J  The rnoVQTiient'f of'the securing of a  jew hundred feet of fire hose for i\(6yie  ��� should be taken  seriously and  something done. ' ' '  A member of the-ICamloops   miners  union, writing to the Miners'Magazine  at, Denver Colorado, offers   the  foilowring logical protest:   "We all like   the  Miners' Magazine," he says,  "and   expect to increase your subscription   list  b}7"next meeting.  'But'would  like   to  give you a'tip in a friendly way. and I  am ��� not   looking   for   an 'argument.  This is it:    Don't call ��� Edward   VII.  .-uch names-as '"'vermiform"'appendix"  or^ftuy such names.  ' We Britishers are  as proud of our  forms of; government  as yon are of*yours, and though 'we do  not claim it is  perfect,  yet  v;e  chaL  lenge the-v/orld-to'produce ;v better."  And he?s about right.-   ���   ���   ���    - ���  Harvey, SfcCartpr ^ Alexander,  !' " ���'   ��� ���     STRIKE, B, is.- > '������-������  Barristers &.Solicitors,  r* ) '   , " *  Mining Stock  66  QR&3S[B13LQQKl  Daily uiarkot'prices" by  from Spokane. '  THE   POST   OFFICE  'PRVG & STATIONERY SXPttK-  ��� .ii i i.   V ������: ;' -, .   i'.   '���  TOILET ABTICLEB,"  PATENT kEDICINES,,.  OJB'FICS STATIOIYE'BY;  SCHOOL SUPPLIES,  �� Po HOPE,  vismin^ *  Apraneements.have -been,made to  eiiahle Moyie people to clear tcustoms goods through BEALE fy'>!$&-  .WELL, and.thus save ',troiil>lQ &#$  expense. If you have j^opds to-be  cleared ca,ll on r \  **���������  wire,.  JiMBBti'jggan  tezjznrvprTVJZXXZxxKXW*  Theticslv/ay irjshow your friendliness to organised.labor is by purchasing the products of union men   which  'bear the label.  t.=TJLJljL a^'JU,, JtCJUJ JB^U "JfTWMWWOPWK:  Even  the combined efforts o;'  the  outside papers ' and   the   local   "blue  'ruin" agitators cannqt keep   the   St.  '.Eugene mine closed down.        "   '���  <.    Col.'Br'aytc-D, of Moyelle ��� toy/ncite  fame, is'at present giving  the   people  'of'West Kootenay the big jolly.    It's  'hard to keep a good man d6wn.  The St. Eugene mine alone can produce more than enough lead in a  year  "to absorbrthe   bonus   offered   by   the I pay ail bills against the same  It is possible" to ta'ke' liTS Tjo seriously  as to 6nd no pleasure in: it- but   it  is  likev;ise pessibic to pay too Nearly   f jv  a little spcrfci ,:T'hei J,5ond   who  in   fun  pulls the chai/d"ov/h,   \vho   tosses   an  imitation sna'ke into the lap of  a   ner,-  vous v/oman,' plays the ghost ��� trioj:  to  frighten children, or (he  as��ailant  to  teirify young .women, should bo iruide  to understand-thai lie is  not  \v;U)ted  and will not be tolerated.    An instance  of the last named class js reported from  Williamsporfc, Pa.,  hospital,  where a  eeven teen -year-old girl named Amelia  Tielbahl has 3ied(as a result  of fright  While on her way home  one evening  about two 'weeks ago  two  girl friends  who  had   hidden   behind" a    bridge  pounced   upon   her.    The  shock  developed meningitis.  Xotlc'e.  i        ,  This is to certify that Wis, Dallas  and the undersigned have dissolved  partnership and the undersigned has  authority to collect all accounts due  the firm of Kennedy & Dallas and will  LEWIS THOMSON,  '   '." ;    i ' .      ��� -   ,  Notxrt Public, ApcquN?  takt, Co:.piTSsro'iJ aitu  ���Ihsu^aitce Ace^t.    ''  "'-'���B.  0.,  Cliemisl and Drugs  HfOVIE. J3.' C  1st,  Moyie;  ttiwatnyu-aM^r  ������y^---  W, E   GURD  ?  BAnivisTisit, sor^cjTOK, r.r.c  r l '  CRANBROOK.  B. C,  E. A. .ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent:,  NEW   YO.RiqLIFE,  L02sTDOX AND LANCASHIRE.  '   PHCENIX OF BROOKLYN    '  1   LONDON MUTUAL FIRE  Why Does Every--  body Prefer  mini beer?  Because It's the best npd ^s'constantly  kept oh hand' 'by* ,"}h'e only \yholpsaler  in E-i'st^|��qotenay.v  E. J. PELTIER,  CI^ANBRO.OIC, B. 0.  CUSTOMS BROKERS, MOYIE.  Clothing,   Gents?    Furnishings,  Poots? Shqes? Hats9 'Glove's, Etc<  Fort Steele,  Ineuranoe Co.'s  B. C.  LAKS   VIEW   ROUSE  i'&ltl]  ��J1I0KB  ADUITIONT.  Board $@.OQPer W^ek.  .MRS. WHITEHEAD,  Proprietress.  COME AND SBK US.  .VrcToiiiA Ave., Moyik, _b. ^  CI P; HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  FARHELL BLOCK.  British Columbia.  Keep four By  ON THE  a'  ... / ,-.!., ,,1,1  n  1  ;>t .v?r..rfiy.^rJ? s-yr-tfTL^h^sb  ***%fite.s$  ���t  I  "   THE   PROSPEOTQRS'   EXCHANGE.  NO. i K.-AV..G.. 4JL(>OK,.J\'.E^SO>'. 1{. 13:  Gold, Silver .lead end Copper minea'wanted, at the EXCHANGE   2  '   ,.    FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eiistern   ;>  investors.   .',,'' ��� '      ''      '     ,' ' '      "    '    $'  " Pai ties lu:ving mining property for/iiilti ara requeBtcd, to aeod  ���>  samples bf their "ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.' ���      {  \Vo desire^ to hear from prospectors  who have  promising min- ,f  eral claims in British'Columbia ' .     '���    >  OFFICE  MOYIE,  government for that product when reined. '      "      ���       \     ,  4-12  THOS. S. KENNEDY.  A strange political rumor is in circulation to the effect that the retirement  'of Premier Dunsmuir is imminent and  'that Hon. J. H. Turner is to take his  'place.  LOT FOB SALE���Lot on Tavistock  street in- Lake Shore addition. For.  particulars apply at this office.  Moyie is backed by the largest lead  producer in the province and the second largest 6a the American continent.  Seems like pretty substantial backing,  doesn't it? .    ,  Yesterday marked the20fltli anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne, the  'result of which is .so dear to every  Orangeman.- But the admiration for  King Billy seems to be on the wane.  Press dispatches are supposed to be  unbiased, but in all accounts of the  difficulty between the 0. P. It. and the  striking trackmen it is a noticeable  fact that the latter were given the  worst of it.  The St. Eugene company pays out  $90,000 a month for freight and treatment, or over three times the amount  of its payroll. So it-will be seen that  the cost of labor is not,the biggest expense attached to running the mine.  , WANTJSD-TRTJSTWORTIIY MEX AXD WO-  ineu to travel and advertise for old established  house of solid financial standing. Snlary $780 a  year aud expsnses, all buyable in cash. No can-  vtibing required- Give references and enclose  self addressed stamped envlope; Address Mau  ager. 355 Caxton Bldjr., Chicago, ,- -1-1  It is to be hoped, says the Silver-  .tonian, that some day the Department of Mines can publish a map of  jthe mining district's large enough to  indicate the positions of important ore  shipping points such as Moyie, Ymir  and Silverton.  Complaint is being made that the  road between Moyie and the foot of the  Jake is practically impassible. This  rdiould bo looked after, as that portion  of the country south of town is becoming fairly well settled and there is con-  siderable travel to and iro.  JS'otice co r>elen<iuent Co-Owner.  To Joseph Wilmshurst, or .to any per-.on or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interest iu the Iron arountaiu mineral claim,  situated at the foot of Moyie lake in the Fort  Steele Mining Division of tho district of East  Kootenay, B.C. and recorded in the recorder's"  office of the Fort Steele Mining Division.  You, and each of you, are hereby notified that  I have expended two humdred dollars in lahot  mid improvements upon the above mentioned  mineral claim in order to hold said mineia  claim under the provisions of the mineral act  aud if within ninety days from the date of this  notice you fail or refuse to contribute your  poroportion of such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising, your interests in said-  claims will become the property of the sub  scriber under section 4 of an act entitled "an  act to amend the Mineral Act 1000"  F. J. McMAllOX.  Dated at Movie, B, C. this 7th day of June 1901,  S-3m.  XOTICE.-  Thirty days after date, I intend to apply to the  chief commissioner of 'ands and works for a  special license to cut aud remove timber from  the following location. Commencing at the  north east corner post,,situated near the west  bank of Moyie river, "opposite Koherts placer  mine, SO chains south, thence 80 chains west,  thence SO chains north, thence 80 Chains east to  the point of commencing���(M0 acres more or  less. J. M. CHAT/TEUTON.     ���  July Oth 1901. -1���13.  City ��� Shaving   Parlor,,'  CENTltAL   HOTE  jl.  n  WESI/EX CLINK, l'rai>.  Movie, B. C.  A. newspaper man who cannot stand  j'or the abuse and backcapping of the  .entire.community, and non-support  from men who do' :the most kicking  and the least to help their town's criterion in the outside world, need not  pitch his tent in' the Kootenays.  Abuse is but the .-barometer' of the  good a newspaper is doing. The- more  abuse by the disgruntled the.more effective has been the work, done.���Lar-  fleau Eagle.  NOTICE,  thirty days after date I intend to apply to the  chief commissioner of lands and works for a  special license to cur. and remove timber from  the following location. Commencing nt tho  north east corner post, situated near the west  bunk of .Moyie ilvcr opposite Jiohcits placer  mine, SO chaiiiK south, tlience ,S0 chains west,  i thence fcO chains north, thence SO chains east to  point of commencement���'J40 acres, more or les-,  UOUKKT KOUSQ.W  June 10th 1001. -i-jo  NOTICE. '  Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the  chlci rominisiioncr of binds and works for a  sped:;!license to cut and remo\o timber from  the following laud situated on Moyie ri\cr, Easl  Kootenay,,..Commencing at a post on the summit between Nigger creek, and , Moyie river..  Running 80.chain8 east, theuc()80 chaingnorth,;  thence SQ chains west,.thence 80 chaiiis youth to  the point of commencing���010, acres, more or  less. ' "^ ' ". . ' KQBElif KQB��QN. .'  June lOth'l'JOl. ''���������"    ',.'   ' ,   " ��� <\~iq.  The Cascade Record has given up  the ghost. Editor Turner in his vale-r  dietary says that he has fought the  hattlo of life in the treadmill of journalism hr nearly. 38   years,  covering  a  . NOTICE.' ��� ���  Notice is'hcreljy given' thstt-J, Ben J. Ity|ey,  miner, intend .sixty days affpr ..rio-tc to  apply to tho cljief pprnmisslqiiqr of -Itjnfl .ancj.  wqrks fqr a sppeia] license /undoc l{iud; apt to  cut atid carry away timUer qu tliefpliowing  described laud/s situated in the yicju'ity pf tllp  upper Movie lake to'tvifcj' Squt.h, cast corner  post situated about >!.{ir|i]cP fiqrtii "West- of thp  Moyie river iails; .tliepce^wcat eighty chains,  thence north ��0 chains, th/inoc cast SO chuins,  thence south 80 cuaiiia to the place of commencement. BEN J, RYLEV, -  -Movie, 11. c. I'cb. 23th 1901, 3-iC.  Send Your Work  To the^^.  .CITY   LAUNDRY.  Where it   will  be Done   satisfactory.  P. LUTNEB, Paop.  GOOD -V/OKK.  PRICES   REASONABLE  THE  SHORE  Barber Shop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths s"  Opposite   Cosmopolitan     Hotel  WESTERN '��� SUPPLY  " company; , o ;  BJCTTOHER SHOP.  QUEEN'S  AVENUE.  FISH, FLESH  '    AND    FOWL''  <  .OlMT-IE BEST QUALITY AT UV-  -   " ING���PltlCES.  Prospectors :i'nd mining men arc   requested   td   majio  thp  MANGE their headquarters whin in Nelson.     -'   '" ,  All samples should be sent by express. PttKPAID.  Correspondence solicited. - Address all communications to  AXjyilEWF. Ii OS EX BERG Bit,  i  ^   Telephone. No. 104. P, 0. Pox 7Q0.  EX.  NELSON, B. C.  , t^3rzisrz.yrzyr a^ ^ awz^st  iyr^n^r^: z.jr-2^ ^rz^r i<~2$s-Z��S~iiX zynyi-tyrj-stf  Bread delivered  to an}' part o   the city,  PIES, CAKES AND'E  TC.  ;    ���     . T; V. LOWNEY.'.Proprietor,  Miners   headquarters.     Good- accommodations   for   travclerar  liquors ��nd cigars lcQp.t in stock. \   .  Lake Shore Addition E0YIE  ��Bos,t  ,wi!��j  Always ox IIamd.;  AV.  L. KOJSY rroo.  ��OCM��r*ruu��BJUU*  MOVIE DAIRY.  Fresh   now   milk  parts of town  twice  tioD guaranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Drop  delivered   to   all  day.    Salisfac-  E&ST PTENAT BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.'  , A.'SLINN, Prop.  'ASSATffilJfcR  9  OrderslSolicited.  Soda Water", 'and 'Syphens.  50   VEARS?  .'. .Designs. .  copyright's &q-  ,. Anyone sending a, ukethh and description pias  qulfllf\y ascertain <->'������'��� Cipini'on'froe wnetliar an  Invention is nroVmlily jmiBiitaiHtJ. 'Coi.-imuhWri-  tifjris Rlrictlyoonfidcnttal. HiinrtbopUon Etitenta  sent frots. OUlest iiaoncy for ficcuritig'pdteilta.  'Patents t,",ktsn throuKli 'Htunu U Cq.' i*cfiel7g  special notice, .without cliphro, lii (.ho ' ��� ' - -"  ���~; mif icnmrnm*  A Tianflaoniely illuHtr.ifert v/eei/ly. J,uvfio��t. e\v-  cnlfit.iun n.f. any acientl/U! joun)i|l. Term;!, S3 a  vn:i.r   four fliontis, f I. S��"anyall nftwartenlcrH.  MURH'&Co.3B1B-^-Hev"  ���Bri'-tK" QWW, ��J?5 F fit., 'iVnshlnt-'tori, J).V.  NELSON,  JB. C  JOUTf   JJAJtliBK,. J>.    1).    S.,    I..    3>.    S.  JtfMTOXSTo  XIBJJEJi$r\T>r} llIESTEIlEli /{; CO.  ? vmm am1  W  duality not excelled in the country. Try it anc|  be convinced.  OAicc'and, .Residence  ESE  CIIANPROOK  to  /ft  (Ii  f.t>  to  /ft  /ft  /ft  ��y  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  ��/  ��/  /ft  /ft  fft  /ft  ��  'ft  (I)  to  ��e������$3��^3:5SS3S^SS�������S���$5-:������'"���G6e��iS���ee���6���������������6������e6���6���6^wt\  s  Thib^ Hotel is New and well Furnished.  The $  Tables are Supplied with the Best the |  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with *  c   the ��$est Brands of. Liquors and Cigars.  ' AGENTS   FOR PABST'B   M1LWAOKEE BEER,'  JIOl'IE  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING, MEN  _ ��� ��� JtltlTr.SU COLUMBIA  FOE, FINE  GET YOUR  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  ^ast kootenay,  ���;;." ������w.;A!;--Prestl ���;..'������  .' Photographer,  Cr.iriljooojt,     "lioyic,     X^ort StouTo,       i   ���   .  Will Visit Moylo on  Tuesday and Wotlnesda  ADDHESS  XXX&  o^  NELSOF.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  Qapita,!   $8,000,000,  "-'--".- -\ -���HUBEBr liAJMES  'A  MSB  U-'Mfi  M  ��� *  �� t  %.  14  4  iASl% �� <Jrt2l <*^  &i"'* ���  'JjgPHE MOYIE LEADER,  MOYIE,   B.    C.  PRECIOUS  STONES.  The  In  *.-*HER HUSBAND  *'#;*  r-^WAS A DRUNKARD  ^A'tady Who Cures Her Husband of  ,^'His Drinking Habits Writes  of Her Struggle to  , Save Her Home.  A PATHETIC LETTER.  i��*r!ft  Mir  '*' '/1,'lia.fl for a long lime been thinking of, trying the' Tasteless Samaria  Prescription' treatment on ihy hus-  "���bundfjor his drinking habits, but ..T  "was afraid he would discover that 31  vas"g'iving him medicine, and the  t ought unnerved me. I hesitated fo^  nearly a -week, but; ong, clay when be  crone- Homo very much intoxicated  duSAhis salary nearly all spent, I  '. threw off, all fear and determine J to  , '������ make tin efTort to .save our homo  ', �� J,V- from the ruin I saw coining, at all  j -J^yii.\zards.     I sent for your ��� Tasteless  t  .^v&'imaria Prescription and put it    in  i'j f^Snhjs   coffee   as   directed   next  morning  /" ,4Vfthd, -watched and prayed for the    re-  i.*.*,'/&* suit.    At noon I gave him more and  ��'ll*-.l_-        _j  __ TT.                 ,       J  t  ,-J*,also  at  supijer.   He never  suspected  *" .*���'��?+i->ing, and I then boldly kept right  w^n giving it regularly, as I had' dis-  )!* ^'covered     something , thai'   set "every  -���Qi*rrvc in mv body tingling with hope  ~'^taid happiness,     and I could see    a  ! -��'*jB?ight future spread out before me���  ,** ���' Oopeaceful,   happy  home,   a  share   in  "^the,good things of life,  an attentive,  .TV*    " 'ovling husband,  comforts,  and every-  i. '**���.. 'thing else dear to a woman's heart;  !��� r    t ���' fo||iny husband  had told me    that  - ".'musky  was yile ' stuff  and  he was  ���        ,   :ts>Sng a dislike to it. , It was  only  * toStrue, for before I had given him  tliMfull course he had stopped drink-  ' r'.ii'gsnllogelheiv but I     kept,  giving  lubjpfthe medicine till it was all gone,  fiiMf then   sent    for .another lot'to  * -p   Lave on hand if he should relapse, as  %. ^iCfh'ad   done'from    promises "before.  '.l',i*',W*'r)(,vor has, and T am. writing you  *���    ^thls'-Joltor  to  tell'you  how thankful  .'.''.> It am.   I honestly believe it will-cure  ",'��~*the worst cases." ���.    -  J��*V������    FREE TO ALL,.���A sample  of   Tasteless,- Samaria T're-  ' ',iVipli"n"SENT FUEE wiL'h full par-  * t iy tilai-.s in plain sealed envelope.  All  y   J,Ie tors  considered    sacredly , con fid on-  ��� ��-fti 1.      Address The Samaria Remedy  :. 'Co., 30 Jordan street; Toronto,  Out.  %^t' ���    ���  Blet'liodM    by    Which    Tliey,. An  Tt-Ktfd b>- Uxperts.  a lecture on precious stones recently delivered before the Industrial  association of Berlin, Dr. Immauuel  Friedlaender said that the testing of  diamonds is comparatively simple. The  common test for hardness'suffices. If  the stone resists strong attacks, it is  certain to be genuine; if it does not,  the damage is insignificant, as only an  imitation has been destroyed. This  test, however, is doubtful with rubies.  If a ruby can be affected by a steel'  file or by quartz, it is surely not genuine, but such a test with a topaz is  liable to injure a valuable stone. .  The test for hardness is of no avail  with emeralds, as this stone Is not  much harder than quarts and in addition possesses tho quality of cracking  easily:     '  ���For examining rubies and emeralds  the optical test is best. A {class magnifying about 100 times sufhees. Every expert knows that almost all precious stones have little flaws, l^early  every ruby and all , emeralds have  . many defects, which are so characteristic that the genuineness of the stones  is readily established. Such a test is  very necessary with rubies, because  the imitations are very deceiving.  Their color is absolutely durable and  often much Oner than tbat of the genuine, although it,may bo.stated that a  somewhat yellowish tint is always suspicious.  The only reliable way in which genuine rubies can be told from Imitations  Is by the minute air bubbles of tlm'lat-  ter, which become clearly visible under the magnifying glass. These ar��  not to be found in ,the natural gem.  On the other hand, the Imitations lack  certain" defects characteristic of genuine rubies���certain vacuums, whose  outlines are much more indistinct than  those of the air hubbies In imitations.  True emeralds' have similar characteristic defects, such as luclosures of  liquids and curious, dendrites. Sapphires also show peculiar netUke formations. ' .  WEAK FROM INFANCY.  THE  UNFORTUNATE   COX IHTJON  OF MISS ERNESTINE  CLOTJTTER.  An SIii- Crew Older Her Troubles lit'came  AIiii'n Pronounced���Doctors 8>uJtl , Her  Case Wa-iouc* of Geiu-r; 1 Dcliilily, and  Mold out Small JIojio of Kecovcry���-lulu now   "Well uimI StruiiK'���A J.t-tisoii   for  aynMy /wmts  ^{yiL as  I  I  ��� ���* 'VASENT  ��� "**Jpa.ckiifro  ���     _ * ���_  yj% THE  ' Woman's Mstiau Temperance Unioi  ;v.r  ADOPT THK  v^'SAIAM PEESGE1PTI0F!  -7  .T; I OR the CURE of DRUNKENNESS  1 etter from Mrs.  George Grant,  of  I sley,   Out.,   giving particulars    of  uro effected by "Samaria'Trcscrip-  *i   a," resulting in its use and adop-  i   l by the l'aislty   Woman's/Cur is-  II i l Temperance  Union'.  (Copy)  Paisley, Ont., Decc-mbur .1 tth, 1900.  t The Samaria Remedy Co., ' '  '  30 Jordan Street, Toronto, Ont.  Dear_Sirs,���T penned a few lines to  vou some thm; ago,���as a member of  gvjai'he tcniporahco-cau.se, 1 wrote for  informal ion; at that time I' had in  uiy mind friends whoso sou was' a  p!,".'-Bj,V -i'"��'at- cause of anxiety ;xnd (rouble on  K ;��� Vi>sp n'CotinL of bis 'drunken habits., I  [v.?";��V^ strongly nrgi.il the friends to try the  p '^L^w'-'-medy I saw advertised in the To-  : .",-,tc^ "c,|ito Globe. They did scS. It was  ^-������*V'UJ Samaria Ri-mcdy' tli'nt was ad-  . A^ijfe ministered and 1 am pleased to  J^^rSfoi'm the compr.ny the medicine  ;��-:<5helpful; the young man has  ������.?*��$'h-.'uik a d  lii-  waK  young man has iiol  rrtjn- "-"^ ^ in np fiMicv, breaking off from  ;'1&'iJl,ul, com])auion,s: and special praye/r-;  L-^-^l"'! his behalf, all aided in breaking  ���'"^S.^1" chains.  ''���*(��:.^Xl  ���-)'��  lasL  meeting  of   the W.   C.  --���'^Iv   U.  Jiere,  J   introduced your medi-  '"rf^cin(' fot' tnn CUVLt oi lno lirl>'<>i* ha bit.  '1 a. resolution  was passed.   "TliaL  SOUTHERN MOUNTAINEERS.  i '  The   Part   They ^Played' In  the  War  ' Between the States.  It Is odd to think, that the southern  mountaineer was not discovered until  the outbreak of the civil war, although  he was nearly a century old then, and  It is really startling to realize that,  when one speaks of the southern mountaineers he speaks of nearly 3,000,000  people who live in' eight, southern  states���Virginia and Alabama and the  southern stales between���and occupy  a region equal in area to the combined  areas of Ohio and Pennsylvania, as  big, say? as the German empire, and  richer, perhaps; in timber and mineral  deposits than any, other-region of similar extent in the world. This region  was and Is au'unknown land. -It has  been aptfy called Appalachian America, and the work of discovery is,yet  going on.     . ���  The American mountaineer was discovered, I say, at the beginning of the  war.'.when the Confederate .leaders  were counting on the presumption that  Mason and Dixon's line was-the dividing line between the north aud south  and formed, therefore, the plan of  marching an army from Wheeling to  some point on the lakes and thus dissevering the north at one blow. The  plan seemed so feasible that it is said  to have materially aided the .sale of  Confederate- bonds in England, but  when Captain (Jarnett, a West Toint  graduate, started to carry it out he got  no farther than Harpers Ferry. When  he struck the mountains, he struck enemies'who shot at his men from ambush, cut down bridges before him^  carried the news of his march to tho  Federals,' and Garnett himself fell  with a bullet from a mountaineer's  squirrel rifle at Harpers Ferry.���Scanner's Magazine. ���  From The Telegraph,  Quebec.  , JNTo discovery in medicine in modern  tiuie.9 ha* done so , much' to bring  bade the rich glow of health'and the  natural activity , of ' healthy young  womanhood to weak and ailing girl?  'as has , Dr. Williams' Pink Pill-i.  Girls delicate, from childhood have  used' these pills with remarkably  beneficial eflects, and the cherished,  daughter of many a household has  been transformed from a ' pale and  sickly girl into'a'happy and robust  condition'by their use.  Among the many who have regained health and . strength through the  use  of Dr.    Williams'    Pink   Pills    is  Miss    Ernestine    Clou tier, ' the fifteen  year old daughter of Mr. G. A.  Clou-  tier,,   residing  at   No.   8    Eallcmand  street,   Quebec City.   Mr. Cloutier,  in  itn interview with a representative of  the Telegraph, gave the following account    of his  daughter's  iilness    and  recovery :    "Almost,  from  infancy my  daughter     had    not    enjoyed     good  health, her constitution being'   of    a  frail     character.r �� We     did'   not  pay  much  attention to her weakness    as  wo thought that'she would outgrow  it.    Unfortunately  this   was  not   tho  case,   and  as  she grew older she became ho weak 'that I got alarmed at  her   condition.   For   days   at, a   time  she was.unable to take'out of'doors  exercise.    She became' listless, her appetite  failed  her,  and ���'as   Lime, .went  on she could not stand without supporting     herself    against  something,  and  at  times  ,.she would  fall    in    a  faint.   I called  in a  doctor,   but  his  mddicine  did'- not .help.' her  and,    she  was growing weaker than ever..   Another   physician  was    then  consulted  who pronounced her case one of general debility, and gave me very'little  hope for her recovery.   Some  months  ago. while reading one  of the    daily  papers I- came  across  the'case   of- a  young 0woman  cured, by  the  use . of  Maritime   provinces     one    day    last  mined   to   give  them   a  trial.      After,  she had used  about  three boxes   the  color    began   to ' come    back to" her  cheeks and she began to grow stronger.    Creatly  encouraged  by   this,   she  continued to use the pills for several  months and now she is'^as well as any  girl of her age.   Her appetite is good  and she has gained  thirty-five  pounds  in weight.      Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have built up her system', and have  made  her   healthy   and   active     after  doctors failed to benefit, her.;    I   believe  that   Dr.   Williams'   Pink. Pills  are   the greatest known medicine for  growing    girls',    and I would advise  their use in all cases similar to that  of my daughter's."   "' .   ^;  Miss Cloutier's story.- should bring  hope to many thousands of other  young girls who suffer as she did.  Those who are pale, lack appetiLe,  suffer from headaches and palpitation  of tho heart, dizziness, or a feeling  of constant weariness, will find renewed health and strength in the use  of a few boxes of Dr. Williams'- Pink  Pills. ��� Sold by all dealers or sent by  mail, post paid, at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 by addressing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co ,  Brockville, Ont'.  A COMMERCIAL  TRAVELLER'S STORY  HIS INSPIRATION.  IT  Interview With Mr.   J.  H. Ireland,  One of the Old Time Knights  of the Grip.'  iris J'lifjlit  on  :i   Jti-<-��nt. Occusion   in   Hie  3I:irilIine Pri v.no   rt���lln��' Doild'n Kid-  ���-   iu��y   Pill-   Csiiik;   t >    His    ll<*li>   -High  WonNof I'lMisc for dint iteniciiy.  Toronto,, June ' 17.���(Special).���Mr.  .1. IT. Ireland, the well-known traveller for lints and caps, left for the  Maritime' Provinces one day last  week, llnudily packed in Mr. Irc7  land's ' private -grip'was a box of  Dodd's Kidney Pills, the medicine famous throughout Canada as a specific for all troubles o��" - the kidneys.  When, asked about his. experience  with this remedy Mr. Ireland grew  quite enthusiastic.     ���  "J never go out on a trip of any  length without a box of Dodd's Kidney Pills,"  he asserted..'  "Are you afflicted with Kidney  Trouble a grout dr-al then," Mr. Ireland was asked;  "Not a great deal now, no," replied Mr. Ireland, "1 take Dodd's  Kidney Pills more as a preventive  than anything else. But in the winter of ninety-eight I was, I can tell  you. I was down in Nova Scotia  when I first used Dodd's Kidney  Pills. I don't know whether it was  the water down there, the .climate,  riding'so much in the train or- what,  but certainly my kidneys were on the  point of _a' complete breakdown.  Backache ! It was one continual  misery. It spoiled my, . business,  broke my rest and worb me down  until the life was taken .rig'ht out of  me."    '. i-,  " And you .used .Dodd's Kidney  Pills '?" -     ' , ' ,  " I used the only remedy I knew  of that was a specific for the kidneys," .answered Mr. Ireland. . "The  first' dose of-Dodd's Kidney- Pills  seemed to go right to .the spot. . In  a- few days 1 was feeling as well" as  ever I did in my ..life. They, arc a  splendid ,medicine. 1 "have recom-<  mended Dodd's Kidney Pills to scores  of men on the road like myself and  none of them but have the.-, warmest  praise for the 'medicine, being- just  exactlyt what we need in our walk of  life, > a, safe, reliable, strengthening  stimulant for 'the kidneys."  CAME   TO   THE   LAUNDRY   CLERK  AT A  CRITICAL  MOMENT.  '"1  .1 if  ."'������i-iCinc  Sflniid  ���     i   *  Jin  'Munch ns it is  Lite aim of this or-  ���if  'sanizn,tion. Lo help the poor inebriate,  ��vc .should reeoninkiur this-' remedy-in  "ionics where persons .are addicted to  , 'ho use of -.. intoxicating liquors."  . *>'���<>w, sirs, wishing you a successful  'areer- inyyom: aioblo work, and foel-  ������ig Ll\at assistance can be given in  'lie precincts of homo,by the hand of  ��� Hither or wife, "trusting God. may  'Von ^rp useful avenues for your la-  ���'ors,      Yours very respectfully,  i(Signcd)        M.TCS. GEOTCGE GRANT,  On behalf of Paisley W.. C. T. TJ.  FREE SABEPLE''s?wa��  ��� tion,  testimonials   and  price sent in plaii  ���ealcd envelope.  Enclose,��o stamp.   Address  I'HK SAM AULA "REMEDY CO.. 80 Jordan St    TORONTO, Ontaric  Some things go without saying,  1 ut the bore usually says without go-  '"iff.   ���    .-���  MARD'S LINIMENT Lnitaan's Frieil  "Why can't you afford a holiday  "vip, Bill?    You need a rest."  "A rest? When I go away for a  fcelc the other boys in, the office pile  "p  three weeks' work on me."  The Honorable Board.  Sam Rawson occasionally said ft good  thing, and one of these occasions chanced to be the town meeting. The people of Sam's village could not understand how the money appropriated for  the roads bad vanished with such poor  results., -  A stretch of road running past Sam's  house was In notoriously poor condition, although Sam declared that he  had paid liberally to buve it put in  good order, and there was general Interest when Sam rose to make bis statement before the selectmen.  "I'd Just like to say one thing," he  drawled, heedless of the fact that he  had Interrupted an Indignant neighbor.  "1 don't want to make any fuss, but  I'd Just like to ask the honorable board  of highwaymen"���  That was as far as he could get. A  roar of laughter swept over the town  meeting and showed Its effects In tho  red faces of the "highwaymen." ���  Youth's Companion. *  A short sermon- on the vanity of  earthly possessions���"Shrouds have  no pockets." ,   '  Men seldom'fall so deeply in love  that they can't, climb out by tho ladder   of reason.  The hig-h premium on honesty  proves' that it. is the best policy.  A grocer in England had written  on his window the other day: "Only  freh-laid British eggs sold here."  Next morning some joker had written underneath: ��� "We scorn the foreign yoke."  Keep MDTAED'S LINIME5T In tie HOQSB.  Tomorrow never comes, they say;  But all such talk is idle gush.  For.when we have a debt to pay,  Tomorrow gete there with a rush.  Dear Sirs,���Within the past year I  know of three ' fatty tumors on. the  head having- been removed by the application of MTiVAltD'S LINIMENT  without any surgical operation and  t'nore is no indication of a return.  CAPT.  W.  A.' PITT..  Clifton,  NT. B., Gondola Perry.  SLEEPLESSNESS is due to nervous excitement. The delicately constituted, the  financier, tho business man, and those whose  occupation necessitates great mental strain  or worry, all suffer less or more from it.  Sleep is the great restorer of a worried brain,  and to get'slcep cleanse the stomach from  all impurities with a few doses of Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, gelatino coated, containing  no mercury, and are guaranteed to give satisfaction or the money will be refunded.  Tommy--Pop, what's the difference  between a habit and a vice ?"  Tommy's Pop���Habits, my son, are  .our own frailties; vices are those of  other people.  .;.- Forever Dry.  There Is a youngster In Glrard college who combines the poetic Instinct  with a keen sense of humor. He Is  not a close student���In fact, he regards  books as Instruments of,torture. Ono  of the professors picked up a textbook  belonging to him the other day and  found on the fly leaf this bit of verse,  which no doubt expressed the student's opinion of It:  Should there bo (mother flood,  For refuse hither By,  And should the whole world be submerged  nils book would still bo dry..  When ones man is bent, on fleecing  another he tries to pull the wool  over liis eyes. *  A Ponnil of Cnre.  "My son," said'the family man, "Is  anxious to become a pugilist I'm db-  Ing my best to prevent him."  "Let blm go ahead." said the friend  of the family, "and have some one  pound blm. You'll find a pound or  cure worth more than an ounce of prevention.".  There never was, nnd never will be, a  universal panacea, in ono remedy, for all ilia  to which flesh, is heir���tho very nature of  many curatives boing such that wero the  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in tho system of the, patient���  what would, relieve one ill hi turn would aggravate the other. \\V have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a romedy for many and  grievous ills. By its gradual and judicious  use tho frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life- is a disetise,  and, by tranquilizing the nervos, disposes to  sound and refreshing sleop���imparts vigor  to the action of the blood, which, being  stimulated, courses throughout' the veins,  strengthening the healthy animal functions  of ttie system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frama,  and giving life to tho digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine Wino at the usual rate,.and,  gauged by the opinion of scientists,; thi*  wino approaches nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druggists sell It.  Where there's a will there's a   way  ���for   the lawyers'.to  get   two-thirds  of the estate.      ���'',-.  A man  without a conscience  man without principln. ���  is  ksl for Minard's and tate no otter.  Tlnr An-rlli*.  The anvil that rings to the sturdy  blacksmith's sledge may,weigh 200, 300,  400 pounds, but there are anvils whose  weight is counted in ounces. Theso are  used by jewelers, silversmiths and various other workers.  Counting iiliap<MS, sizes, styles of finish,  and so on, these little anvils are made in  scores of varieties, ranging in weight  from 15 ounces up to a number of  pounds each. Some of these little anvils,  weighing perhaps two pounds, are shaped  precisely like the big anvils. Others have  shapes adapted to,their special uses.  All the little anvils are of the finest  steel.- They are all trimly finished, often  nickel plated, and those; surfaces that  are brought into use are finished with  what is called a mirror'''polish', the surface being made'''as smooth as glass^  These little anvils are made up'-to five  pounds arid some of: them.; up to ten  pounds in weight: They are made some  In the United States and some IaGerma-  ny.- i,   '���."���'     ��� ..-��� -  Silence may be golden, but it never  succeeds  in borrowing  a  dollar.,  Every  house  has   its  skeleton,   and  some   boarding   houses   have   several.  "Silence yives consent," as the  young man remarked .when he asked  a deaf and dumb girl for a.kiss.  The breath of scandal is an ill wind  that, blows xiobody good.  Pride   has but  two  seasons���a' forward spring and an early fall.  A Tale at the BIysteriouM Disappearance ot n. Shirt That Was Finally  Accounted For After a Great Deal  of Trouble.   ,       ''  ��� ' 0 '  "We meet all kinds of nerve trying peo-  'plc .in this'.business," growled the clerk  in a steam laundry, "but tho worst of the  lot'is the fidgety- j-pung wife who looks  after her husband's linen and sends it out  to wash. She is .always fancying that  something is'lost, and she then proceeds  to make our lives a burden until it turns  up, which is usually in four or five days,  when the whole force is on the verge of  distraction���not this verge, but the other  verge. Hero, for instance, is an experience I had only last week:  "Bright a'ad early Monday morning a  young married woman of tho type I  mentioned 'came rushing into the office  and declared that her husband's linen  bad been returned from the,laundry Saturday night minus one shirt. I^sighed,',  becauso I had heard the same kind of a  story once a week for at least six months,  but I took down the check files and went  carefully over our memorandum of that  particular lot. Of course we make mistakes, tho same as other folks] but tinder  our system it is practically impossible  for a mistake to remain undetected, and  I showed her that our duplicate list corresponded exactly with the one she had  checked off herself at her house. That  ought to have settled it,' but she stood  her ground.  " 'I don!t care,' she said. 'All I, know-  Is that one shirt is gone., I am sure,' she  added, 'because there were IS in, all, and  there are' only 17 now.'      - '   -  "Sho wanted us to settle for the shirt  at once, hut I" insisted on' time for further investigation.' and after arguing fully" an hour sho went away. , Next day  she catneback.  /"Well, have you found that shirt?'  she asked. ��� ���: .  No, ma'am,' I replied.   'Have you?',  No, I haven't,' she snapped, 'and I  want pay for it right away.' ^  , " 'Have you counted those" shirts carefully, madam?' I asked, sparring for'time.,  "'Certainly,'  she said;  'there were" 18  altogether, and, I've gone .over them 40,  times and can ouly find  17.    The other  has been lost in the laundry, and I intend  the laundry shall, replace it.'  "We had another talking match of an  hour or so, and when she finally departed  Pwas in'a state of collapse. When I saw  her coining in the following morning, my  foot turned icy cold.  " T called to get the money, for that  shirt,' she said, in a deadly sort of calm;  'I presume you must be tired by this time  of your pitiable evasion.'  " 'I am somewhat fatigued,'T admitted,  'but you should remember, madam, that I  am only an employee, and the rules of the  shop'-r  " 'What do I care about your old rules,!'  she cut in, her eyes blazing. 'ODce for  all, will, you or will you not pay for the  garment you have lost?'  ^t 'Pon my word I was about to pay  her out of rny.own pocket when I had a  sudden inspiration:  " 'One moment, madam,' I said.   T believe you told me there were 18 shirts in  all���originally, I mean.'  " 'I did,' she replied.'  And at present you can only find 17?'  Exactly,' she said.  " 'Would you like to know where the  eighteenth is?' I asked, smiling.  " 'Of course,' she answered.  " Tour husband is wearing it,' said I.  'You overlooked the fact that one of tho  collection is always in use.'  "She stared at me a moment in^stupe-  faction.  , " *I���er���I���really���I forgot about that,'  Bhe faltered.  "Then she grabbed her parasol and  flew. It was a pretty victory," added tho  clerk, sighing, "but ,it won't make any  difference.- She'll be around next Monday, same as ever."���New Orleans Times-  Democrat.  Wher* Science Stumbles.  la a lecture on' "Tho Progress and  Tendency of Astronomy," delivered at  Columbian university, Washington,.- Professor Simon Newcomb spoko of the  determination of the exact motion of the  solar system as one of the victories of the  nineteenth century. It is determined that  the solar system is moving forward in  space 40,000 miles an hour, but whence it  came or whither It is going no ono can  tell.  Mr. Newcomb does not believe instruments will ever be discovered that will  allow ' Lronomers to provo that rational  inhabitants exist on other planets. The  only way in which they can judge will be  by couditions of other planets which  would make it probable or improbable  that rational beings' such a3 are on tho  earth can live there.  Mars may be inhabited, but astronomers have not been able to draw any evidence on that subject one way or the  other. What changes-niay come to-the  earth, the solar system or tiie universe  can only be matters of uncertain speculation. Only one theory can be counted  upon, and that is that "all things must,  end."       '  "L suppose you'll be telling people  (hat I'm a fool '?"  "Xo, dear. There arc some things  we must keep to ourselves."���Chicago Xews. ' < .  MDTAED'S LINIMENT is used if PHysicisis,  MONEX" SATED and pain relieved by  ihe leading household remedy. DK  THOMAS' ECLECTBIC OIL���a small  quantity of which usually suffices to cure  a. cough, heal a sore, cut, bruise or sprain,  relieve lumbago'; rheumatism, neuralgia,  excoriated nipples, or inflamed breast.  A handle to a'man's name doesn't  make him any easier  to handle.  A bank failure naturally upsets  d. positor  who   ,osd��   his   ba!dii.-o.  the  We have no hesitation in saying that Dr.  I. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is without  loubt the bc>t medicine ever introduced for  lysentery, dianhcoa. eholt ra and all summer complaints, ten sickness, ute, It promptly gives relief and never fails to elfecta positive cure. Mothers should never be without  i bottle when ttieir children are teething.  Fudge-���Do  you  believe in love    at  first sight ?  Budge���Certainly. It is then that  neither party knows what kind of a'  person tho otiter is.' Why shouldn't  l hey fall in love.  , Mr.-��. Celebto Ooon, Syracuse, N.T., writes:  "For years I ci;uld not eat. many kinds of  food without producing a burning, excruciating pain in my stomach. I took Parme-  le-.-'s I'ills according, to directions 'under  ;.'Djvpt-psia or Indigestion.' Ono box entire-'  iy cured me. I can now eat anything I  cl.ooso, without distressing mo in the least."  These pills do not caa��e p;iin or griping, and  should be u��ed when u cathartic is required.  , Miss de Tride���T wouldn't marry  him if he were the last man on the  earth ! ���       ,, .  Kival   Belle���Indeed   you    wouldn't.  I'd take him myself then.    '  "Mother,  what are  twins ?"   asked  little' Bobbie.  "I know," chimed in Dolly.  "Twins  is    two- babies just,    the    same age;'  three babies  is  triplets;  four is quadrupeds;  and  live is centipedes."  .   When   sickness    results  from   -carelessness nature says "I told you so."  Proverbs  shell.  are   truisms  on  the -half-  A  cure   in   time knocks    the  undertaker out offimany a dime.  The wealthy' lawbreaker usually  gets less Justice for his money than  the poor  one  does.    <  << if  FRAGRANT  parfeoi liquid dentifrice for the  New Size 30Z0DONT LIQUID, 25c  S0Z0D0NTT00TH POWDER, 25c  Large LIQUID aird POWDER, 75c  . At all Stores, or by Mail for the price.  HALL&RUCKEL, New York.  'HEELEE & WILSON'S  ^ Sewing  Machines  Office and AVurerooms QtTi-jrT T    TTIATI  213 Portage   Avenue. QjLIJjJj   ��iEiJA.D  AG-EISTTS      ���VAT.A.nxrTEID.. -  We are in need of a few  reliable Agenta  throughout the country to handle onr  GASOLINE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES.  Good profit and quick sales.'   For particular's address  ��� The  girl  dressed     in  isn't .necessarily loud.  a  crash  suit  Many a maii spends half his  anticipating tomorrow, and the  or half in regretting yesterday.  time.  ot.lv  Ttcvcnge.is the doubtful  pleasure of  a weak  and  narrow inind.  Tho  passed  theatrical    deadhead   is   both  and present. /  I'flK INCANDESCENT  GAS UMP  313 Sr:��In St., Winnipeg.  Co.,  |Trt Beptif��tfoa   ..       Nil fordurabitltj  DstabUr.hcd. 10 years trial. A homo InduKtry.  Encourage it. HEW A RE of American Papci  Pelting, which cracks in oar climate. Kor saiu  ple^t an t testimonials upply to  W- G. FONSECA, <So'e Apcnt.)  004 Mtiiln ktrcot, \\ INXII'EG  Issuer of Marriage1 licenses  BIG   STOCK   OF  MATERIAL- "  GO  Everything for the  Printer;  ��o  TORONTO TYPE  .LIMITED. '-.,','..  175 OWEN ST., WINNIPEG  W.  N.   U.  329.  Sozodont'-^Teet  At all Stores,or by Mail for the price.  HALL & RUCKEL, N.  Y.  4    S3  \ fcl  V^LJ?^'*^MWBiBBjBliairn  ���*ws&,=I;i^iK'ff-^rB'iT��i^C'��'riaie;  ��saTT*MfiMwj2J_jf3T-'riiii  "Im sorry,?. 8��d the salesman   to the   f   m        ���  .   c      r   ���     /^*T*$ ;'Jtfoj-eover, the, bread was dry and vkJ  i ��  t    '  u      ^  .7   I.  i    ]  }'���    ~  youthful married pair-,.  "That all oar  baby- carnages are eold ;  Fxcept that single sample in the   r:in-  V. , dov over there.''  ���    .,"   .'  Which almcst ic   tec .lovely  to   be  rolled."     -     ..    f.'--''--  'V  7 hey bet the pretty carriage cud   they  '!'        '  tucked-the baby !nv    ���        '  ���  The husband-proudly pushed  it on  the street,- - "     ,     ���,       -"   /  ���',.nd everyone who met  them   had   tn  \ turn around and grin.    ���  Although   the 'baby certainly    \rus  sweet. ���-    ���  -  '���Oh, what can   he   the   matter?"'   said  the blushing better half;  .W*J. M  TX  ��y yiPolRfa tic LeSfSc  -Afissilalvina was introd-need to'her  fellow invalids, Mrs. .Weeks and Mies  Fame, who were, alne.-idy *t the table  when she entered, ana she was having  a very nice time with Uiem, comparing  T, wnQ . , ^y^Ptems.whena/oot^ep'andaiiai'S  It was all on accouat of Miao Mai-    V01?�� caused her to look up.' Then thero  vjnasorgqn. Habeiisda't had an organ   occurred to poor Mise' Malvina. the one I  ��would probably aev^fhsvelmppaued.   eve��l o* her life.     - ���       ���  The dictionary detlaaea.Waa or^an   ,   T^e tfentlemou of the nerves and eo  such aa ALse-Malvina pqa^soeS is "a'  centric tendencies was none, other nh9n  her old admirer, Col: Wilds;',  Hiss Malvina started and blushed and  recognised him in a'moment. His hair  had turned white" and Jws'nb longer wore  membranous receptacje^tha principal  organ of digestionj'in *vhieh food is prepared for nourishing- the body."  ���2!?apS ^ '^'^^orgran was a    ���� �����u^aOQ j�� no longer won  membranous recepvaele.. -There were ho   * uniform; bat. he was the aamKaSSt  absolute proofs, Jo, ;the- continry-hut   man-rindeed, age had taprbWd Win?  thau it was an organ of .digestion was      '.Col.. Wilds reeogndzed Mfes mS?Lp  simply a slander. ^.Tosrp was np diges-   also, and ifrair meeting was an inW-  ,x-     , ,��� . I won about it   It-s'iK indigestion all ihP   estine one '��� ���        ������   10T-r  '\ou'd bettergive the carnage, John,    way through -*T^ Wi^v!^   + ���-* ��w��     t\  tn m o    " ��� ' ��� it   if *T^f�� "       - -thf *We!Dt mto       ��� ^hy' blefis ^ wul, ^m Malvina! ��  X^ft' m��^ W W ound, to remain,   cried the colonel, "to think of our feom-  '<"* I' J '  .���*." p ������>  i 'fie;*  i       Sit ���{-���  ���     !,1  "      '    .v  *   ,'(  '<     f  ,. Hi  i ,  ;., ffl.s j,-  il-'t-. 3  ���"' V '�� >s''  --1.1'  ,  ���"���?"  i  "-���?    !'���  ;��� f'i  to me, - -  And walk ahead to notice whythepeo-  -v pie at'us laugh,"  The husband did, but nothing aould  ' '        he see.        . .'    - .  .  "Then darling, you may wheel it while  I take myself a glance���  "    -  ',  Por men  in  such   emergencies  are  blind.''"  - - , ���       ���    ,'���  4-nd with a mother's dignity chs   t:-ot-  ^       '  ted in- advance/*"    '���     -',"'���  4-ndaiervouely"chat furtive looks be-  tiinci. --'   - ' *   '"   ��  '   ' ���  Builders' Supplies^  Shalf and Meavy  ,H     ,      a  I .Kemember that Gilpin has. anything and  R Everyt^ng that you want.  YPry ,pppds?  Tho largest and best aasprtwl etqck ifi   Ell0L   K(J0Ipil   ���  to select froiii.' ,'     '    "       '"���:,' h-^.iuvy  s -Bopts and Slioes,  Xone but tiie Ijesf flia.kea, op.rf ��pre tq fit bpt)i feet atu\  either ATias-iCaivina or hei- organ; the  second jvac'a-Sne'musiool talent which  Her itfije", as red as 70303, her djocoverv 1 ^e^^ h^'e turned to account but  Pi?.   .'..   .��� ' L ;^4^^^.-?l*^ncholy cause, aaid the  1 fcJ,,lra 1V^ perhaps the most dismaj of  oil.  i? nourish;^ bpdy in theleastand   ing together ag*^ aftZ^l Se^v��� I       ' ��� ���       "  i T^^nwi/i"^- '   '^i068- whatM your tronbfer ������   Mafuware, raints  fo^hu^^JS^J6'^organ, which       "An organ," murmured Misa ifeilvinn '  roA/ Jock of ooi-roboratioa.���"��-���'n^" -��" -        ��r\r,u. < ��������  ."��� , .  -   .    _����^>���u  -membranous receptacle, ���w ��� ^iiV1  organ of indigestion in" which,nothing i oue oi  em out ol tune!" "  ' '    , ���  SdTor^r ^raB.WPM8d ?or ��*^   v ^s Malviia said ,he was sorry, and  IthfldloattoMies Malvias friends, fortune aqd husband. ;TfcV former,had  dropped off, one by aae,'oji account o'  their. pet;sp&ib3es T>eing- rejected by  either Mias-AfjilviTin ��.- >,^,, , i. ^.-l  | Men's and Boys- Clothing,  thas organ, which       "An org-an," murmured Misa iCqlvinn     ��'c ;'  ^.-we'ejhalioalla       "Q*ly 'one?������ exelah^.ed the colonel.*   QilS aTld C-lsiCJ^  QJe, was tt barrel "Why, I've got a thousand, andeTerv ^ ^ " W^S^.  m which,nothing: one of 'em out of tune!'.* '"' '    . ��� ,j V    ' ��� <-    ,  began inquiring about his symploma.  The colonel entertainArl  hM-m-fti,  n 'i  i -  ��� i  '������4  r -.-'Si, ^ '  ' W^^V' ���="  , '?'ft-if-���  I 'i'h'l-i'  I '   IfVI.'.,  ( v. j > i *r- ���  r 'Wi'  fr '. *!'  r. ���'!��������?-  ^,;::>'  t 1    W'  'J, f  ''4 I'J!  :���.*  '-'i 4  -' . '1 si  "! If  3*    '' , betrayetl  Tho'^saleoruan's head   she   wunted  tliere to break,  j?or on'the baby carriage he had left  a  J sign .displayed  Col. WddB, a gallant officer, had in the  earlier days lost his heart to Hk$ Mai -  vma^ ajid would no doubthave married  That    boldly read  Our own make!"  "2sTone .better!  i i  ..��*'.  I 1   I'l-  '���!^'  I,'.'  ,-.  !  i'c  f tl.  'V,      i >  ��� . -    ���' ',  ���       -. -\'  '!  i" 'X  ;;���>- f .",  $��� ��� H ;  ' * ii" > r  ��� "l '! *'!  i ''.'  Pusc Over lvlttle>  There is a great" excitement In  Toronto.   A. gentleman from   the  north,  'after playing poker for #18 hours, in one  ���ot the large-hotels, won  $3,800   ' Dur-  'ing the game one  of the players  bo-  'oame so exhausted that he had   to   be  'aliot with morphine.   Now-the  police  '"talk of making it hot for 'the  players.  _ ihe colonel entertained her'wifch'a  list of the ihoar; intense horrors,'and  the mead passed of? delightfully.' ��� - *   '  After dinner ihey played doinincesl  It was a party of ghosts; pale faces,  wasted hands, an occasional groan,'enlivened from time to iime~by a hacking  cong-h.      -  - ���  At a quarter of nine   Mrs,    Week's  dropped a domino.    Col. Wildsskriekecl i  "Pire!" and'ihey were all carried off  and put to bed like babies'.' - '  s.t^tSSjg ��^id sP ^  mss Halving therefore, Was siaply    ^e��� W ^'      -'    v      "  not bait atoll.  Andaoatthe t'imeour Lme ^vTen ��S3S;ja0tt ^ara^  ��iory opeaa we find poor MI^Malyina   ^^So ^fSS,^?f1th^i!Ier.  wrertolued, .friendless, sickly   and' de- \ ������<^^     ,     ���  S^��?d mUv^zzinS  pendent upon a disagreeable old aupt ^5 f ^��^ ,      '  ���To be' sickly is bad enough wiSoyti       5?^ J?^0?' Wilds weat ofl'  �������/�� ^j���at��� -u-.x j.. ...   ,   ,.       . -toor .Miss Afalrina was so overcome  .XX&vTinsmitlilns una piuinTHiij-;,  Jn this line our stock is striptly , up  tp , (jp'to<  tho highest and prioo tjiojov/est.   '"   '���     ,:' '"  Quality  ^oyjfi''5 ijs4 pp^ liCT^r,.'  ^���Stoves,  Seeing;? believing,., 'After havuig s'eep   01Jr  d,^ |  hues you will bo convinced that>e Jm'vo tl,p "l,esr *'   ,' $  cheapept in B. C. -���  " ,"      . A  g\iSrocepies/ ^ ' , ^  "^ ' "    Y?1lt'ad "1��-Va�� ri��h! hV<*-'   Always fre.sh ���nd quality  *  liobest.    See us for prices..   '   "  "  "   "    ��� '   .'       li  '^i  yi,4^JENT'Fpit HAMILTON POWDER CO. '    ��� $  STOUK3 AT C/lAjyOHOQK: >r^D  .MQyfu  ���    -       *    - �������� )  Afeeta every Monday evening in   their  The haet  nf  nn ��� j    ���    "   *���""'?. .��>l-,'> "luiinay evening in   their.  - Ihehejt Qf  ac.ooiri.mod.ation<(   h;i,l   0��� .vicibrm  street.    BrnourAin..  for the 1 rarely pubJio.     >���[  |odd.Fellow.s cordially iuviJi^^  McMahon Bros., Props,  being friendless, but to be both and to  have am "organ.^-into the bargain is hard  JWhat a row about little things!   Uere   lu7k Sdetd  in the west men have often won ' ten Mra. Smitheris, Hiss Malvina's aunt,  times as much and not a line in the j was a ^eteatable person. 'She believed  papers, as for playing 4S hours whv  it J thoronffhJylntt>o text thateiool and his  i.��n*ta��d��,. veiy ,TOrst ,���rm u,|JK^^rtS��1&S��532?3  jump a game before that time in'some    money axd no heirs, but like all misers  ���"camps.    In" fact, it isn't safe.    Toronto   she did Eot consider tjjat she had near  should  not   worry   icself    over sucli    TerIlou^h'  ond ^ hoarded it   up  for  \ "-   ���  i    ��.��� <��� . v ii&aven knows ">vhat rjurrvos^  trivial afiiirs as'winuimr $3 SCO in  a       qi,^ ������   ���      \-"a'1'purpose.  . Jfe  -po.ouu in   a       ,She was m no wise a charitably dis-  shor t poker game.���Ledge. posed Individual, though the fact of her  ���V"      ,\ i |0  ....' ��.    *  <������  AVhat diil no Wear JJefore?  The editor of this paper is soon to  buy a shirt. Strange aud extravagant  as it may seeia,.nc have determined  to do so. Willi this eud in view, we  wish dealers to submit sealed.bids   be-  W-'IN,..? ,:' '\{4 l,\ ���"������="-������ ���^���"3 w suumit seaiea.Dios   be-  f^TSlS'fi?           fore Saturday night,  so  tbat   the job  -r>tf.r>-;'i:-\!i>:. 'mo,r    ).���    i��� i,���    -,     ,-,.  giving, a home to her orphaned nieo��  irug-ht iEiply that she wasT But no one  would thirik so if he knew in what manner the home was beJd out.  "Dear kalvina," she wrote. "As-you  cannot starve, I suppose I must take  you in."  And poor Molvina, whose organ .had  rendered  her  a'meek   and   miserable  ^:'!^'S'H:;  Nlt'Jf  ^fa5 '."l4l  may bo let tu the lowest bidder.  Quality and style don't, counts Any  old thing-will do. Send in'your bids.  We reserve the right to reject any and  all bids.���Avoca Journal.  'SV  ���{ i'  -.      % s!  it) -~ ;.,ti  'I  :    i    ,   'I, t  r"  . t.',f    .   u'  V- ,H(  -t P  WANTED-TRUSTWOItTIIY WEN" AXD Women to travel and advertise for old established  house of solid iinaucial standing. Salary $7S0 a  year and expsuscs, all payable in cash. Nocan-  vasinir required. Give references and euelo&e  ���self addressed stamped euv.ope. Address ,uau  'ager, 055 Caxtoii tsidjr., ciiieago, -M  ���" *4KiJ"'y' !���'  }��.' ft'   ''-'' ,'  ',.  ?,'.'',ro :j' 4i  fJtoI >'V  tiiK-'ia'ii   ���'-  i  "I si  H -  Parfy in Moyie has a good building  ���for a general store aud wants a  partner for the same. Partuer  must be a man who has had experience in grocery business. Address  .'.'General Store" Leader office.  B.'b.' :  Movit  [���"fill  '.  �� if  Assessment work Contracts Taken.  D    t- I     **"*   vvaa' w��s toe worst.   After ore  Parties wishing to   have  assess me n I ^riw^  ^ sort9 of viliaiDOua ^  J mortal, responded weakly:  i      "Dear Aunt:    As you say, I cannot  starve and so I must accept your iren-  , erous offer." * ^  Aud when Mi?e Malvina. arrived, in  company with ��� guodly-sized apothe-  cary ��?hx>p, Mrs, SmitNers' acerbity was  by n-'. !������:��� cans appeased.  ''Bottier your organ!" she exclaimed.  ' It bothers me," retumned poor it^l-  vin^?, ,  This exclamation and pitiful rejoinder  became an almost daily phrase.  Mrs. Smithers had not, the slightest  ixitience with her niece's membranous  receptacle, and at every meal such mortal enemies as hot bread pies confronted poor Malvina. The organs naturally  cried out against suc-Ji indignities, and  Miss Malvina grew hourly worse  Such torments as the poor thing  knew no words can describe.  Finally, to Mj.s> Smithers*' utter horror, the family phyedcian had to be  summoned. ���'   .        ���    ���  Not was this the worst.   After pre-'  e<he seoroely knew  what to do.   Not  liking to si* gazing: at heir old friend  i ���^o was'behaving himself in a most  childish and foolieh manner, she has-  tdy iBj-oee, and, welkingacross the room,  'took from her pocket a small box from  which she extracted   an   "excitement  pill,   which she swallowed.  Jn e moment''the colonel was tut her  side.      - ���     - ,    -  "ifiss .Afalvina!" he cried, ''what j*  it?   You are ill!"     '  -  .. 7*,fi ord7 my orgian," faltered Miss  Malvina., '  In "Ids courtly sympoithv Col. Wilds  forgot his own ills.  After this for a week he and Miss  Malvma sat down tete-a-tete, and dur-  mg- that time .he never once exhibi'ted  & nerve,, and she almost forgot that si��e  ever bad an orgaji.        ,', ' .,  But happiness in 'this world is short  lived and Pate is a cruel jade.  On,the eighth evening, when the colonel and Miss Malvina Wcrb enjoyin-  tiie most harmonious gome of dominoes  .hey had yet played, and when.eaeh.was  touchmgly rcluefemt to beat the other  a note was brought to Miss Malvina.'  cnae tore it open and read:  BOOTS. .AND    SHOES  .    .Repaired and Made to Order  K..rA.SMrTH,      Moyie.I  NEAR MicEACFTUEN & M.\CDO��ALD3.  IV. t. beid.'k. g.  M. L. HOtLISXEU, THRASH  frask nij,nv, h. S  .t. jr. Lih-b'SKY, .R.'s.  S. J. WHITCOME/  House painter, grainy-,  | glazier- and p.-.perhanger.'  All work on perfect, surface gurswiLced: Prices flc  cording to quality and  stock required  Moyie, B. 0.  a J ^  iftiwi r-^iwuj ii ������    '  oha��. p. Campbell"  Euneral Director  ncl ���; ������    '���  Embalmer.  Moyie    Miners'   Union  1     ��� ���  into; ..vx.  irectB in AlcOregor hall,'every Tuesrlav  evening.     Sojourning    members    are  I cordially invited to attenp.  | Jons McDosAiij, j��[ r. Ssivth,  rre^ident:       , - Serreh��rv  Moyie Boar,a of TraSe  *     �� *      *   ���  Meets on Hie first Wednesday  evening 0f each monUi at'  8 o'clock sharp.  J. P.'FarreU'. Pros. ���     ���  A. P. Macoon-aij),     Lk;V;s Thomson,  Vice-Pres.  _ JVIJ0J.ESAJ.E AND UETATi.  M^ijp :';.MBRQjCA3��Ty  Pjesh nndoiired Meat,, prt>3h   '  Fish, Ckme' and^Poult.-v.   \\'q   ,v  supply  cnlv /ths^b^t.,^ Your  trade solicited,  MACi.^01,), fort STEEU  .FERNIE, r r  xiMBKitLKY,"'  WARDSTKR, . ���      CRA^BKOO^'  MOYrE,         , Main ollice,  ,   -     CRAWBROOK.B.C '  and  /'Dear Malvtna-J pay for no well persons  fn���   ^     miserable orgran  of ;-ours-per-  fonriB ita functions like a Christian.  Come home at onoe.' ������*".  ..���'��  r U  ^vprk done on claims in   the vicinity o  Moyie. will do well to consult or   write  r-he   undersigned    for   terms.-      Work  left in my care will   be 'promptly   at  fended   to,   and   satisfaction    will   b<  B. A. SCOTT.  guaranteed  TO ME  DEAIf.  A rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial bar Drums, gave .$10,  pOO to his Institute, ho that deaf people  finable to procure the Ear Drums may  have them free. Address No, 34522  ���The Nicholson Institute, 7S0, Eighth  Avenue, JS'ew Yoik, U. S. A.  -, i  t  i  pounds, which Miss Malvina's organ rejected with scorn, Dr. Calomel insisted  that Miss Malvina should come to his  private sanitarium, known'las'the" Iiest.  1 Mrs. Smithers was as one demented.  She fumed and raged and almost tore  her false hair, for theboard alone, with-'  out'medical attendance, was $25 a week.  But Dr. Calomel -was quite as' determined as she was, and at last, after  a fearful struggle, he won the day. '  Mrs, Smithers dan hardly1 iW said to  have given in graciously, "for as soon  as the cboetor went away'she flounced  into the miserable little half room she  allowed Miss Malvina, and where the  poor thing was hnyiDg a -wrestling  match with her organ', and excJaimed,  vindictively:  "I wish that 'organ* of youra was in  Gehenna!" '   '     '  Poor Malvinal she wished so, too, if  .-, .-        .    , v-,      ,     . - ���    - , ���ae didn't have to accompany it there  ^ continent of Sorll, America.    Sjt     bat  it was not trawpStedI Jurt for  niid.-t   scenery   unrivalled   for I f ne "wishing.  A few days later, in fear and tram  The  Halcvrui  ir��t Sjii-in^t,  most r-nrnpl,.,., liealtl, re,ort or,    ^nl^iZT^ ^^ 8��' t0��' {(  out of North  Am,���,.      ��i,     w. ^JJVl ****?*?*? ? ^���<  pated  pranduer. THE HALCYON HOT  SPRINGS Sanifsiruiin, I-Ialcyon Hpt,  springs, Arrow Lake, P. C. Resident  physician and nur.-o, Bn.itinn fishing  ^pd exr-m.-ions. Telegraphic pnip.  pitinication    wit Ii    m1)    part;,   0f     tj1(  bhng-. Miss Malvina 'drpve up in  Dr. Calomel's own' 'neatlv-appointed  ( brougham_to the do ox'of the "Rest.  | At the time of her arrival there were  | "nly three other patients^-Mrs. Weeks,  I t chronic dyspeptic; Miss Paine, a com-  "'rKilion invalid, and'an old gentleman  mss Malvina laid down the note and  a tear fell among the dominoes.   '    "  "My dear Mds& Malvina!" cried fihe  colonel, syonpathetipally, -w&at " U  troubling you ? ' Tell1 Me, I bejH "  "Alas! Col. Wilds; f innst leave' thta  haven of rest," '       - ' '  "But why?" -j* (f-'-  ���' "My aunit refuaes to pay my- board  any longer."       "      -1   ���J     *       ^"  "Allow-me to do sol" S���    '  "Oh! Col. Wilder1 '  "Why not?   I'm a  milldonadre,   un-  niarried and of age!V ' ���:i"  ' Miss Malvina blushed like a school-  girl. ' ' -^  "You are sc kind���but what would  the world Bay��* "' '- "���   ���  "Nothing, if ypu   will   follow    my  wishes." ���  ���*  . ',What are *J?ey?" ifl.quired Miss Malvina, lnnooenrtly.'  "Be my wife!'? '---,  "But Col. Wilds, jnj organ?"  +h^V>iPbj,eoti??i '^er.!' answered  the colonel  oheerfnliyTf.'H conn tern ote  my nei-ves."        ���  Poot- Miss Molvina; all the physics in  Sou^ W'.f0r "�� ^ 'had e^r  ni^V*1?** h^ �� close of happi-  W ;��� ^^ ^"ff ��^minietered,  b^r recovery vvas rapid nud complete".  Miss Mhlvina-Mms Molvina no Wer  --threw ajl her medicines out of tk  window, she said *o herself ��� ^  or��Sal^eTda? Th"Q X ^^d WW *>7  oTgwxi ���Ladaes* World *     "  Oradnate of Champion Collie of Hk-  Uuited Stales, ^pholsteri,^ and gen  crul furniture repairing. Office and  MOrerAiiceii.'d block, near fh-nadian  ih.nk of Commerce. " Te'legr-iph arid  rami orders prompilynttenilcri to.-  Oranbrook, b. G.  Spo'v.  .Meets on^hc last Tluirs  day ofsacli mon t 1 . .V  Uiujy ^hrcthern" invited  toatUiiKl.  .COMPANY.  MGYIE,    -    BillTISH COLUMBIA  ���  -A fine assortment,of,waicke.-.(  -Clockd twid jcwelry>hva\> on    -  '.hand.    Kino watch"'repairing  a specialty.  Jjonesfc .work wl    '  honopt.pay ip.our moUp.  aUniug Fr,opHrt.y Looked After.  p  FOK   P3NK   TAJLOJIU\O..GO   TQ      tl  "J. T. .McffRK<;oii, it. 8.  VACATION    ���  TRIPS.  Pr,ej3byterian    -pjburch  SERVICES  Are held in fclc^-.egor. hail -ea.cj;   Sab-  hath at 11 a.,m. anil 8 p. m.  Sabbath school and p:u��loi'-j bihhr  class at .3 p.m. ���    "  7'h.ep.ublic-ire iuvjted and will }ri  welcomed'cordially to each and' all pi  these SL-ryi,ce?.       '    Q. g. .QI^El.Q,'  Pus tor.  *   �� a��  Merchant ���" tai^qr.  "Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   rmported    poods.  M0��IE; B. Q  m  Buffalo, ��576,00, July 2,  16; Aug-. 6, 20.  ����������.   EpwortJi League Meeting^ San Erancisco,  $50, July 13, 14, 15;  ������- ���*����� *-  ,-vorhl.    Two ma.l. iir.ivP  ���n,i   l}<.p.llt j u-ho was a bundle of norveg.  daily.    Terms, ipl5   to   $18   per   week T    It was against the latter, individual  according   to   residence   in   hotel  or'*'W  ~kTic"   ir~1"'-        '    '       ������    -"  villas. Its baths cure all nervous and  puiisRular diseased. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver and elnmaelr tmnhlps.  TJio bathe and w itvr* ;irc an juvhIii '  dy for. silvfi;. uiid   l.-.d piiu.,.,  ^ ���  that Misa Malyina "was "particularly  wanned, the slightest irritating circum-  snance causing him iq -^r his hair knd  cry ffpirel" ' r  for a week Mjss Malvina rested, lying  quietjy on a -neat Ktfcl'p white bedstead  U^mnt R-t flfirn;,(,nioi,u'ly,ta��t��d waljis,  (mi i-he'tfiffhti, d��y she wim 00 wijch im-  Giiristian       Endea vpr  Convention, Cincinnati, $28.50, July  Sn^, 3rd.  ���_ JVothinar Wrtflte^. j  ;          '  Everything serves mm(i       fu] I , .^ ���     .  aston^v ^k'oracu]ariy-:' ^issipipiy;National Ecluqation As  astohing how true thi? i��.   o^^i1 - -'       ^ ^^  1 ��vS   '��"fh'0Cian war'fOT Stance.*?'"  What  particularly p^fldl  '"purpocp  has thls served?" she demanded   ^"^  K  fiagcr boer pohj  fry tho" ^e^ ,o;-- d/?*::,  hpttipf.  IQ  SJOali? f r ���  Outsirto Orders firiven Strict^ttpntjfri  pose  ���Go to the  Home 'Bakery  for  bread, pies and oakos.  1.1  yoiii:  ^oclatioh;  Detroit^  4(->,)}}��� for Pates, Maps, Time Cordi, Tickets r.nd  Fu]l Jnfqrin^ion fp JTearestLpca]    ,'  Atrenf,  6. HjlljpF,; Agent, Moyie.  DItly Piiai..Ajft, ' Ats't Gon. Pre��, Aett.  mi0i\> ��� Yftncovcr;  Prices Givei^  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing-  Line at the  The Leading- Ladies  and Mens Furnishers.  Clothing, Boots and Shoes..  Pi  m  m  A  F||ll Stock of Mint  Always nr.  M'^jkI.  r-i .Supiilic-.  Cal!   arid   Snspect Qur   Goods,,  rn*n ��u��uM��un^  --k ��} ^_-   rrlPOT?���  liEAVY TEAMING.  JAnqAfiij,  I'iXI'RIfSS     ANp  'Dbuvkuy.  C'��I0NT!l> *> J.  K!��nnftniS<>ESAVACQTC8Emi9��l  aflW!WHIIMWHaiU! IMVUW^CTCTMWPWBWPWPBLrWrttffWlm


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