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The Moyie Leader Jul 14, 1900

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 /  ��;*-  ,' f  E.81NQ.W:  MOYIE, B. 0.. JULY 14,1900.  S?A YEAS  ��^.  '���&'**?  At last our alock  of  dry  goods  havo  ���arrived. . Call  early,  ladies  ,.in'd   gel  first choice ol tiie most" boautiful  and  latest styles in'dross patterns, crepem;,  lusters and &ergo dress goods.   At  tho,  ' eamo  lirno   do   .not   forget''to  bring  .along-your   husbands and -children,  and don't bt them gojiomc.   without a  nice'summer suit, hat and shoes.   Our  stock ,o'f   gents' furnishings is complete.    The   grocery   department,   is  ,'iumminij like a bceliivc at  BEID, CAMPBELL & CC  a V ";S!rx?:>r::^?^!r>!?:  '<4*'^L><��Zl-^l4'l<-*L>*l <*?'���**���  LOCAL  NEWS.  >-W<W >ov.->%.->����.>>sk'  VW  CANADIAN   BANK   OF COMMERCE.  Vaid Op Capital, $6,000,000.  MM BRANCH. " J. W. H. SMYTHS MGR  I XOcKenzie/  FRED (DOG) PULLMAN  mr\  ?   7  /"*"\ T*>  ���ui  Hotel for the masses   Everything: Flr^t  jn every  respect,   Sample Booms for  Commercial Men.  pIE.  British Columbia.  JJr. Bell, V. S., of Cranbrook wan iu  town in an official capacity this week.  Mrs. M.X. Hollister was in Cranbrook last Wednesday.  V^ Desaulnier of tho Central, transacted business in Cranbrook laat  Monday.   '  G. H. Miner was down' from Cranbrook looking after his branch store  this week: ,    <��� .  IT. Pollard, the "whole works" of  Gdatfell., was down on a visit'' the first  of the week.  John Hamilton, one of the first  miners employed in the, St. Eugene  mine, was in town Wednesday.'  Moyie'd posloilico does be filled lo  overflowing each evening after ',he  mail from the ��.idt conies in.  A. T. Fox returned from Spokane  yesterday morning. His father' was  buried in Spokane hist Saturday.  Miss King of Cranbrook has been  visiting in Moyie prior to talcing her  departure for her home  in 'Kamloops.  James Cronin, lnanagor of the St.  Eugene Consolidated Mining Co., made  a business trip lo Nelson the latter-  part ol the week.'  A. W. Sutherland, of Winnipeg, is  now a resident of Moyie. He has been  engaged to , teach "the Movie school  when the new 'term open's! r  -M. Mclnnes & Co. have finished the  upstairsrof their building'" here into  bedrooms. They are large, airy aud  well lighted and ventilated.  Robt. Gunn, the portly and ever  smiling butcher, is again behind the  .block in Mclnnes & Co's. shop serving out porterhouse steaks to the  people.  Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McCrackon left  3Ioyie last'Sunday evening. Mr. Mc-  C/ackcn {staking a trip through the  Boundray countryand Mrs. McOracken  is making a visit with her parents in  Lyibby, Mont! ���  W, A,. Frect, the  Cranbrook' photo-  QIIANBBOOK    ITEMS.  For--the Month of June It Amounteci' to the  . Magnificent Sum of $24,000..  Moyie's payroll for the month of June  was the largest in' the history of the  camp. The St. Eugene Consolidated Co.  j alone paid out $21,500. ' With the pay-roll of Park Mitchell' &,Co.','which am-  �� ounte'd probably to $2,000, and' the vari-  ���J ous smaller payrolls about "town, 'tiie  $ total amount reached the sum of $24,000.  | This amount for a town of a gopula-  I tion of 6.00 means an average of $60 per  $ head for every man, woman and child in $  kV the place. Is it any. wonder then that %  J "Moyie is the most prosperous town for its p  jjj size in British Columbia?  Hall Mines to Revumc.     <  Captain GifTord, who has been appointed mine manager of the reorganized Hall Mining & Smelting Company, proposes to justify tho faith  which he has had in-the Silver , King  as one of the great mines 'of British  Columbia. He has an extensive program of development mapped out,  and in conversation ' with a Tribune  representative, 3aid' within a short time  he expected to have a force of 500 men  at work in the company's property.  Tiiis will < be' welcome news r to trie  people of Nelson. A.'small force will  start up to the mine' on Friday for the  purpose of getting   things  in   shape.  On Monday the pnmp30will he" started  gyapbor, was in town Wedneg lay tak- {up, and as soon thereafter as possible  ing views. Ke is seriously 'consider-,|.mfin w<n bo put to wbik./^QlBcn  ing the proposition of putiing in ' a j TribuD-o,  gallery hore, .  Ai D. Parker, aotiug manager of the  Canadian Bauk of Commerce, Cranbrook, made one of his regular visits  out to Moyie last Sunday. Mr. Parker  has recently acquired some' valuable  mining property in this vicinity.  lllg Army ol Japanese.  London, July 11.���The Cbefoo cor  respondent of the Express, telegraphing says:  The Japnese force is equipped with  30 heavy mortars and 120 field guns  and has pontoon and balloon sections.  Regular Meals Served in'the Dining  Room, with "Short^Orders between  meals,   ��  Headquarter$]for"nCommencial:[and Mining Men.  raT..V  AVENTJE, ��� ��� ��� MOYIE,   ��. C-  m  k  Eedtly Kit OfVancU.  J, P, lleddy, the well known mining  broker, was arrested in Spokane last  week charged with assault, on a warrant, sworn out by P. A. O'Farrell, the  noted newspaper' corespondent. Mr.  Eeddy immediately gave a ,$25c bond  and was released.  Mr. O'Farrell claims that he waseat-  ingdinner about 12 o'clock In the merchants lunch room of the Hotel "Spokane and that Mr Ready walked up to  him and without any  pixmcation  hit  It is   expected   that   either   Marshal j kirn.    He claims, further, that ou   ac-  Nbdtsuor  Marshal  Oyama   will   take j count, of some   trouble   they   had   in  ,     Kosslanrt .Ulner'B Union.   '"  The Rossland Miners' union was  organised on July 16, 1895, ��with a  membership of Gl, and now has 983  members' on the' rolls. The first year  tho union paic] sick benefits in the  sum of $6,420! The total " sick" ben-  eits paid by the union since {t was  organized is something over |11,000.  Within a few months alter the organization of the union a considerable  advance was made ' iu the wages of  every one connected with 'it v'waa ��� secured through its ' instrumentality.  While the union has been .the 'same  as a fraternal society in the' v;ay" of  sick benefits it has saved a great deal  for'ito membeis in the way of keeping  up their .wages. '  The election of president.on Wednesday last was indecisive, for the .reaaon  that no candidate received the necesf  eary two-thirds majority. The election  will, therefore, be held over again on  Wednesday next in the Miners' union  hall. The polls will open at 9 a. nj.  and close at S :30 p. m. The candidates are Rupert Bulrner, James  Device aud W. O'Brien.  Cranbrook lierr-ld;  J. Ii. Ooatigan departed for Nelson  Sunday morning,'to< meet a business  engagement.  G. H, Miner hao begun the construction of liis new warehouse east of the  Eaetr Kootenay hotel. It will be 2/1x30  'with It foot walls, and a substantial  structu-re. A.t Moyie he has added 20  feet to his branch store, making a  building 00 feet in length, well filled  with hardware,  ���     ,'   --  'i'he regular semi-annual installation  ofoflicersof Key City-'.Lodge took  place last' Friday iiiejhti 'in-the Odd  Fellows' hall and the following officers  were installed for the coming term: - ���  Noble Grand���J. P. Fink.  ���Vice-Grand���Matt Rockendorf,  Financial Secretary���F. C, Rankin.  Treasurer���Sara. Morrow. -  ���  WVF.(Gurd, the newly elected recording secretary, v/ao absent, and will  be" installed in office at the next meeting night; at which time also* the appointed officers wiil bo named,'  Additional Local?,  airs: P. J. McMahbn departed last  Monday for Spokane. _ -i  Dr. King waa in town a short time  last evening, ', " ;  Last Tuesday was payday at the St,  Eugene, and as a" result the town has  been exceptionally lively dnring the  .week.    .      . t  Park, Mitchell & Co. have between'  fifteen and 'twenty- men employed at  the south ;en'd of the' lake taking out  timber.  '���: ' ''": ;,!    '    -    - " '  ���'     ' v  command.    The   plan   of    campaign (  British Columbia Reddv haci a  jruclgo  contemplates operations extending two  against him  or three years.  A further force of 13,000 men v/ill  be landed at Tuku a week hence and  .10,000 additional soon afterward. Before the rainy season is well advanced  "Yes, I struck him," said Mr. Jveddy.  '���He is a bad man and has a bad  tongue. While 1 wa* away last week  he made some remarks about me that  were not as nice as they might be aud  hj^%jwjww .  ���\tf.    PJUXri^l'v-oinicUif.  I'his liotcl|is]no\v openw   the public, undjis  well   furn-  ?shcd throughout.'��������� None but the best  brands of  wines,  llfinors and cigars kopt-in slock..    . ,        .-.      . '������'..."'-. ���  Japan expects to have 63,000 troops ���; I heaid of them. This id partly what  in China, These formidable prepa-1 led to the tiouble. To tell it .complete  rations are viewed with great  distrust | it datcw back two or three years,   when  bv Germany, Kussia. and France.  ^f'ASS   ACCOMMODATION S.  MOYIE, B.  wmntt^y  "**^*$5SSS&S&&99$3.^6^ee.9S^eS�������3(^&&SS^��6S���^^��*  JOHNSTON  BROS;      ^  h T?��tel is New and well Furnished.  The  & S   es��are Siipplied with the Best the  g j^r^affords. The Bar is Filled with *  ���o, iae^est Brands of LiciUors. and Cigars, |  '.J'  .    AGENTS   FOR PACT'S^   MILWaIuKEB BEER.  HEADQUARTER^ FOR COMMKRCIAL  AND MNIIKG MEN  B&ve  saasa  ..'���',"" ~ -' - JJIUTISrt COT.UM'IJTA  XU<\v I'iivoc Oiiiiiblitiif.  Twenty-five of tho leading butiiuei'tf  men of Greenwood met in soliuen conclave a few days ago and adopted a  resolution in favor of gambling. It  rjijom.3 that r. mcrr-l v;ave recently uwept  over the place and as a result slot  .machines-.were turned with their faces  towards the wall, the little bell in the  roulette wheel stopped its whimsical  motions, and no one could take chances in. the alluring game' of .'-Klondike  without fear of, the -ohg and strong  arm of the law .getting holt of him.  The stoppage "of gambling, it was  thought, would make business dull  and sO the business men met and  passed a 'resolution favoring its resumption. ^_ __��� ;   Drowovy StcrriiiK Tliem Vji,  J. C. Dro'wry, managing director of  the'Canadian' Goldlields Syndicate.i is  makin?: it wnfm for the civic authorities of Montreal in the mutter oi the  provision made-for small-pox patients  d'nvhu' the ' rt-cont outbreak. Mr.  Orewrv .-ioeu't two months in what the'  people ot Montreal, mill their hospital  and h.o is '";ol'v telling the ]ieople  through-.the press what au admirable  dei'tth trap -tht-n' havo. ���  we were intuiesLed in   tome   pioperty  togethe:."  Roddy and O'Farrell are well known  in Moyie, both being interested in the  town-site here.  Tiie Gams of Life,  Man's life is a game of cards. First  it is "crib-age." Next he tries to "go it  alone," at a sort of "cut, shuflie and  deal" pace. Then he gambols on the  green." Then he "raises",the "duce,"  when his mother "takes a hand in,"  and contrary to Hoyle, -"beats the little  joker" with her "live:" .Then with his  "diamonds" he "wins" the "queen of  hearts."   Tired   of   "playing   a  Dance fjt tiie Moyie,  The dance at the  Moyie  betel  last-  evening,"  though   sprnewhat   in'    the ���  nature .of a surprise; was well attended  and provecT'a ' very  enioyable   affair. -  Music wag furnished by, Messrs. Wilson and Murphy.!  At midnight John-  ston Bros., the "proprietors,   served   a  nice limcb, after -which   dancing   was  regumed   and   kept   up   until, aboy.t'  2 :"3.0 o'clock,"  IVfetal Quotatloiifi.  New York^ July 12,-=?Bar silver,  61 .cents. I,ead $3.98 (�� $4Mh. Price  for miners and smelters, $S.8G at the  close,   Copper, brokers' price, $16,29..  Tailor for Moyie,,  A tailor named John  IJytien," form>-  .erly of Calgary, but later of Cranbrook,'  has located in Moyie with J. J. Murphy  & Co.    Since arriving here he has beeir.  buisly engaged at his trade.  MINERAL   AQT-    1S9G.  (FOfl^i  F.-)  CEiriTFICAXE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  XOTICE.  TIu�� Solo Cijjijr Ston-.    '  A deal was made last Saturday  evening whereby' 1). J. Elmer purchased- t-h6scigivr store adjoining the  Central hotel from Thos. Pogiie. Mn  Elmer will add to the present, stock,  and.wilbiii every way conduct a first  class place. . He has named his place  the Soio cigar store..      ;.  Baltimoro Mineral Claim," situated lu   the  Fort Steele Mining Division oi East Kootenay  1 ; District..  ,       . ,, , one j    where located:���East side  oi Lower   Moyio  hand,   he expresses a desire to  "assist  Lajtc.  fair   partner;"    "throws    out   his j    Ta.j!t3uoUee that I, James A. Harvey, agent  I for the St.  ��ugeue Consolidated Mining Com-  1 j>auy  Limited,  Free  Miner's   certificate   No.  " ' D-U7I3, Chas. C  FftrrcllF.  M. C.   No. JB 9007  ,   j Joliu. Day F. M. C. B 31513, and Thomas Rader  F. M. C. Xo. B 0;0l, intend sixty days from the  date boreoi to apply t'i the Mining Recorder for  a Ceitsticutoot Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining-a Crowu Grant oi the above claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho is-  ���>uauoo of such Certificate of Improvements.  J. A. HARVEY,  Dated this, i3��h day of May, A. D. 1900.  JMoyie JLauiidry Opened..  Messrs. -Brenmer & Hick'e'y opened  their new laundry ibis week, and are  'now'ready for'their share"of '.ho public patronage. With two white'laundries in town there, is no further necessity of patronizing the Chinese.!; (Jive  the white men a show to make a  living.'     , ..'.--,���  his  cards," and the clergyman takes a ten  dollar bill out of him "on a pair.  She "orders him up" Lo build ikes.  Like a "knave" he joined the flclubs,"  where he often gets "high," which is  "low," too. If he keeps "straight" he  is oftentimes "flush." He grows old  and "bluu," sees a "deal" of tiouble,  wbeu sit last ho ������shuiHos" oil" his  mortal coil aud "passes in  his checks."  As he is "raked in" by a "spade," life';  iitfu"  tho summons   0f   Gabriel's  which shall "order him up."  "game   is ended,   and   he   waits  "trump,"  Banlt Consolidation.  ��� Negotiations are on foot to merge  the-Canadian Bank of Commerce and  the bank of British Columbia into one  corporation. The 'tyro concerns have  a combined capital of $9,000,000 and  have branches in every province of the  Dominion as'vyelljas London and many:  of the large cities in United States.  The Bank of B. C. meeting will be  held iu Londpn od July 25th and the  Canadian Bank of Commerce meetng  in Toronto in August,'-. '   ,  >  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF.  CALL AT TUB  f~i r*.v  >^  b. J. ELMER, PROP.  Queen's Avenue. MOYIE, B. Ci  CosiviopoIItau Opened.  Win. Mills lias opened his uew hotel,  the Cosmopolitan, in the Lake Shore  addition, aud is already doing a' thriving business. Mr. Mills is one of the  oldest miners in the camp and is ...very  popular with the boys.  Picnicers and fishing parties can  secure their bottled beer from Joseph  Nicderstadt' at ' the Moyie Brewery.  Price per dozeu, $1.73 and $2.50,    ";'  Fok Salio.���A fruit, and confectionery store in Moyie doing a good business. For -particulars enquire at this  office. '.'',-'  j CEYLON  TEA  Flavour is Delicious. Absolutely Pure  CA>' OK HAD JPKOM  Held, Campbell & Co.'i  ,      MOYIE, B. C.  t         1 ,  1   ,  ' '?  1 -��.   t  fe  '  ' I  '   ?.  I       1  "   .1  i  '  ,   ' I  .. - h  i .. w  -Hi ���-  '  r �� j   !  ���i��#!2Sw~  " \  f if,7��  .;!]'���  i���*  \r "*J#:: i  ���   -; j /���.  i  ���   .    I  b'^T '  '<���    ���' !' i*  , ���   ' iff,; ���>  " ��� v ff; s ' i  r5  ;,<:  /��� i  '���' ��-i  ���''VaP:  '^  ?��� l^'  : * '.-/"J   ',  "t't ''(',���'��-    '  ;'-�� 'v'^r-'f  s-t. :..v v? ,i  ��"-/��� ....-,'.',   ,  ���������:< ; i  (*i,  ' ,<  ' - i';bv;V  i-    *   A    C.ji 'J '  i       r .   >     '*V W  ''A  :;^'-;  ���:tj;  ��<   . '  Kf: -  \   A  ).";' :'.tfc'|ir  aua  . �� ;��-y~  ���  II IOIIE LBAOBR  Published in the interest of the people  * ' * ��  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  v. j. sareyE & co.  i?��Yjif��.i-0.'  I ATES Or SCB2Cr.IFTIOJJ.  One Yer.r..,.  Cm  �����2.00  SATURDAY,  JULY 14, 1900.  v I  ;  ..��    ��� .,  Straws show which way the wind  blows., and'when placed ixi iGod drinks  they also show which way the thirst  goes.  instruments'. ' Gome cf Ihe'b'iSt  oirig-  ihg "talent of New York, Erocklyn'' ��nd  other cities of the  neighborhood',  says  the Buffalo Commercial,   is employed  lo ainsr' into the'niachines which icakes  these reccrde'.    They are paid well  fcr  their cervices.    It'only requires   a  few  hiifcuten'tc s'ing'the song,'"and  c,   good  voice'ie golden.   It is ha'rd work.    The  singer must sing in exactly even   time  from tiie btart to finish.    For the  best  records one singing is good for 15 cylinders.    After that many has been made  the  parent. record   is   worn   out.   It  copies could be   made   without" limit  the singers would not be in such great  demand.    Numerous efforts heve been  made to make one aong last indefinitely  but   the   singers   are   congratulating  themelves that such mochanical espe-  J &, oossraAisr. a. c.  �����        *-�� V       ~^1  o:-ficb:  Bank of Commcrssc Clog,  OBAIJBEOQK,  B.C.  Harvey   &   MpCarter,  ''   ��� FORT STEELE, B. C  Jlsryoy, McCartor & Alerandert  FERNIE, B.C.    '  Barristers & Solicitors.  McVittie fo Hutchison,  Fire and Life assuranJce. Min-  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  'Conveyancers, and Notaries  Public.  Orders at. Leader Office, SiTOSXE.  ���   SEE.QUR  Cityp, Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL,  The   Sandon'  Paystreak   says   that  ,Wells, the'new minister of Lands  and I dieiito haye failed up to date!  .Works, has  about ^'the   same ' ability  .for the job as a cow   has   for   a   cake  walk.  Month by month'the payroll of the  St. Eugene Consolidated Mining Co.,  is increasing: For June the''sum  paid out amounted to $18,000, while  on last Tuesday the amount reached  "���#21,000. '  The St. Eugene and the North' Star  .and Sullivan'mines are making  South  East    Kootenay  the   banner /mining  "district   of .British   Columbia.    Even  -West Kootenay has   no   such   galena  .propositions.     IMIII   .Some readers of the'Bossland 'Rec��  ,cord complain that, after reading the  dispatches. from China, they cannot  itell what has happened. Neither can  .we. We give it up, like a Chinese  -laundry bill.  A Portland .banker is asked to pay  ^lOO.OQO to "the injured man for allen-  iating the affections of a wife. If the  affections of such a wife has a cash  value of $100,000, what should be the  market price, for love of a woman  whose affections can not be a.lleuiated?  _-���Spokeeman-Eeview.  A St. Louis man has made the dis-  poyery that' a cigar contains acetic,  formic, vityrac, valeriamic propionic  and prusaic acids, creosote, phenol,  ; ammonia, sulphuretted hydrogen,  iiicptine, picolene and ��� some other  things he does not know the name of.  ^ome o�� theru he also thinks, contain  tobaoco.  rtftTfr^L'a i j ii, 'iirmi'T  ; A printing office is usually considered a rather tough place and the  newspaper worker a mighty bad- man.  Statistics, however, do not bear out  ,that idea.' Of 3,S00 convicts in the  fitate penitentiary of Texas there is  riot a printer or newspaper man, while  there are ministers, doctors, bankers,  barbers,.photographers, and members  bf other professions and callings. The  printer gets a bad name because the  nature of his business teaches him to  detest shams and he scorns the  hypocrite.  'A Bunko "tUnIng Oamoi       ,  From the land o�� the midnight sun  pomes a story which reveals that all of  the Dawson miners are not honest.  There was one miner there who had a  claim which was a weigh ton his hands,  and was so profitless that he desired  to unload it, He soon hatched a  scheme that proved successful, and  which yielded him a large sum. He  hied himself to the gold commissioner  and told him that he wished to pay  the royalty on the output of the claim,  and after stating that he had taken  out $000,000 in gold dust from the  property paid the official the royalty  of 10 per cent on that amount, consisting of $6,000. For this he received  a receipt, which stated that the royalty  on claim number so and so and on  such a creek had been paid for in the  sum of just $6,000. Soon an unsuspecting Englishman came along  and asked the clairnowner if he had  anything to sell. The receipt on the  royalty paid on the worthless claim  was shown to the Englishman, and  the result was that the valueless claim  was sold to him for $185,000. The  Englishman, after a few day's work,  realized that he had run up again3t  the worst kind of a bunco game, while  the "honest" miner had left for scenes  of civilization in order that he might  there enjoy the the fruits of his  fraud.  Singing- Into Plionogi-aplis.  East Orange, N. J., has, it is claimed,  the greatest song factory in!the country. A resident of the place says it is  a regular storage battery of real music.  It is in e.'i.st Orange that the singing  phonographs are loaded. A large staff  ;of musicians supply the music, .which  ponied on the  cylinders  of ' these  Was It a Mlraclo?  "The marvellous cure of Mrs. Rena  J. Stout of Consumption  has created  intense excitement in Cammack,Ind."  writes Ma'rton Stuart, a leading'druggist ofMuncie. Ind. She only  weighed  90 pounds when her doctor   in   York-  town eaid she must   soon 'die.   Then  she began to use Dr. King's New  Discovery and gained 37 pounds in weight  and was   completly   cured."   It,, has  cuied thoueands of hopeless cases, and  is positively  guranteed   to   cure    all  Throat, Chest and Lung diseases.    50c  and $1,00. ' Trialbottles free at Hope  & Beattie'o drug ctore.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accoun-  tant, Commission^ and  Insurance Agsht.    ,   '  Moyie,       B, O.  W. E\ QURD,  WESLEY CLIKE, Prop,  Moyie, 3. C.  jJames Kerrigan &Co,  CRAIJBIIOOK,   B. p.  ..  BAKKISTEU, pOLIOfTOK, ETC  CRANBEOOK,  B. C.  C'p. BIGGINS,   ���  Physician and,Surgeon  OFFJCE���FARRELI, BLOCK,  MOYIE,. 'British Columbia.  Wholesale Grocers  AND  General Agents,  Home and  Foreign .Bonded  ������    houses.  Tho Floating Population.  ��� "Paw." said Japhetb, as they eat on  the hurlcane deck of the ark, "do you  ever think of going into' politics?"  "Well," replied Noah, as l?e pushed  the giraffe's head out of the mizzen-  tb-'-gallen'-sail, 'if I did, I think' the  floating vote would be all I'd' have to  look after."���BaltimorcAmerican.  jyfctlt Gho Would Do?    ���  Hoas-^-What is the' first thing a  woman cjoesyjhen a caterpilier crawls  on her neck?  Joaz���rEubbprneck, I suppose.  Apply to  FOE SALE AND RENT  OB MADE to OEDER.  BL L. H0IIISTER, Moyie.  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars, Produce,* Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,   , Etc.  , CORRESPONDENCE INCITED.  UGHTNINQ'S   STRANGE   FREAK.  Hot? It Tore a SeottUh Arm? Ofileo*��B  >r    " "Clpthinjgr to IFvagm.enth,  'A most remarkable example of th&  terrible effects of a lightning stroke  is described in the London Graphic,  Maj," Jameson, formerly of the Sool*  tJ.eh Xtffieeij accompanied by hia fatho*  .and mother, went into a meadow to  pick muahrooms. Maj. Jameson was  some distance ia front, and there waa  a- single clap of thunder and flash of  lightning, which frightened Mrs. Jameson, and she and her husband went into  a wood and returned to the house, expecting that Ma J. Jameson would follow. ' '<���  About half an hour later Maj, Jameson was found by a(game keeper, lying on his face in the field quite dead.  Around blm, in a radius of several yards,  were his clothes and boots, which had  been torn and scattered about in an  extraordinary manner. The lightning  appeared to have struck Maj. Jameson on the right side of the bead, tearing the cap he was wearing to pieces,  and burning his. hair off. It then,  passed inside his collar, down the front  of his body and both legs, into hia boots,  which were torn to atoms, and then  passed into the ground, tearing a hole  about 18 inches in circumference and  three inches deep.  The deceased man's collar was torn  into 100 pieces, none larger than a sixpence,, the front of his jacket was rent  into ribbons, and the jacket and under-  vest literally torn to shreds, and the  knickerbockers he was wearing were  stripped off and scattered on the  ground. Maj. JameBon'3 stockings and  gaiters were "similarly torn in pieces,  and on the boots the lightning had a ro-  xnarkable effect.  DAN SUPPLY ,YOTJ WITH.  Stoves, Tinware, Furniture, Mattresses, Bed-  ding, Carpets, Curtains? Etc., at lower prices  than can be had toy sending to eastern cities.  .Write foe Quotations.  Maiij Orders Promptly attended to,  MANAGER. GILPIN'S BIG   GENERAL   STOEE,   CRANBROOK,   B.   0.  X  V^h  X.  n  L/  1MOYIE B. O.  ArefNow Open and Heady For  Business With af'Full Line of  Staple and Fancy  You are invited to Inspect Stock,  5��  PROFE88IONS  lie   GooiS  IN  THE   WEST.  a  Mem  Bofl  Old   Dny��  Several.   -  In the life of a modern business community a man must beware of too much  wisdom, nays the Chautauquan. The  specialist is the man who succeeds and  having once set hia hand to an occupation one dare never leave it under penalty of failure in what he has chosen as  his life work. In the west all this was  different. Versifcility was a necessity.  The successful man must know how to  do many things. The gleanings of any  one field of activity were too small to  afford a living of thomfvelves. This fact  was accepted, by the citizens of the  country, sometimes with a grim humor  which marked the west.  A young lawyer in a western town  had out a sign which read: "John  Jones, attorncy~at-law. Real estate and  insurance. Collections promptly attended to at all hours of the dny, or night.  Good Ohio cider for sale at. five cents a  glass." A storekeeper had on his window the legend: "Wall paper and marriage licenses," thus announcing two  commodities for which there was a  very small demand. One of the prominent citizens ox such a town was ,o  gambler, a farmer, a fighter and a  school teacher all in one. There seemed  to the minds of the inhabitants of the  country nothing incongruous in ihits  mixing up of occupations, : it being  taken.for granted that a roan would  endeavor to make a living in the way*  .for/which he seemed best fitted.  ;r?,yv /$s-z$5"?��jrz��V 7^-v i$s. ^~^^r -^v* "F^ ���z$sv$3-z$s-z���� -^s-zjx-zj^-zjs-  The only  house   in   East  THE  COSMOPOLITAN  Kootnay  heate'd^throughourwitli^hotair.  First classjin every respect.^Spccial  rates to boarders. Good .sample" room  for commercial men.  European,plan.    Open day and night  I  I  I  T  E, H. SSIALL Prop.  CRABBROQK,  B.C.  $5.00  Get ft pair and try to wear  them  out.  Ware-  -0-  Clothing,    Gents*    Furnishings,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, gloves, Etc?  OOME AND SEE US.  yrcroRiA vAm, Movte, B. 0;  itehe  SAW AND PLANING MIL:  25?  AlTKinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumtoer, Sash,  Doors and Shingles...  MOYIE,    B. C  FOlTPKICEB  APPLY OB  WRITS  G. R. MTJIR. Wgr,  THE WI, HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO,  (LIMITED,)  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.,  T T~\  n>  r\  L/U  BREWERY.  ���BKEWEKS OF-  IN       KEGS  AND  BOTTLES.  FINE TiAW&B.  BE��  A��D PORTER , . ���  Out  out |aud ,-seucljlo.' us.'gNo.^SO.    For power knitting machines and.  writing ^typewriters,! write us.  OpnEits Promptly attended to.  R.^Riesterer andjjCo,, Props,  NELSON, B. C  FOR FINE  BSSKSSJr-;.  asKCflssv.-'r.  ADDRESS  NELSON.  $^3*3033^33535$^^ ������  \i  , 'V  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   :B.l 0-  ^r.,���.-���  -.-.^.^��� ^^�� "���1> -iniin  PRESS EXCURSION.  Tlio    McmlifrV  SUITS 'OF 'ARMOR.'  l,n*t nnt*lc In AVIileli They Were  e%ioin I*J" Kuropcun Sfliaicm,  The h'^ oet'iisiou, it. is believed, on  ���tucii suits of armor \vereuwom 1n1i.lt-  l'l,y"ii'ii'��!'eal1 soldiers was in 17'.)!).  ,jli(, iiH-i.lcut, accordiu^^to chroniclers  /the ^Napoleonic wars; took place in  Lit yta1'- wl,ou a sma11 Ft,c,icl1 force  ^a< holding 'die little-fort at Aouilla  lu'tlie Ahniz/.i against a rising of the  'LoMi!o jK-asautry of the,district-     ' .  rj'l,,. j.'n'iich were not' strong: enough  to ii^'t ,liei1' way tliro.P��,JI (llc hues of  ilicir opponents, who outnumbered'  ti'iciii 20 to 1, while, as the latter had  no fruns. the French men could - bold'  Oicii; position with confidence.  -I'llere were, however, left on tho  flMcu lying between'' the opposing  forces soiue dozen or so guns which tho  l,,.|ca^ti<'rc(l had iiot beeu able to take  n-jtli tlK'in luto the l'ort..v_  An attP��)pl.Vn8 made* by the besicg-  'crb'tn remove these guns by means of  Blongropo worked by.a/capstan placard in a house, a short "dlslniice away,  flii.l, though  their first,"endeavors refill!,.!] iu failure, the French  realized  that the ultimate capture of the oril-  n'aiifo would seriously .jeopardize the  chaia't'j' of the fort holding out.'  1  The  necessity   of' splitiu^   the  gutia  |was ui.pari'nt, but a soffits ih 'tiny fa'co  |o( the ijViTwliohrilng musketry tiro of  ftlio insurx'-its was out of the'question,  IA l tills juuf'urc an idea occurred lo an  lnitill''i'y oilknr.   He remembered hav-  jltijj untied, In making an Inspection ofc  ft lie iiiim.izhjc, pome old  plate armor,  land, Fi'leciing from the best preserved  |]L'suits, he detennlned to try whether  ftlic-y would not afford sufllcient prblec-  llif.ii for bis men to attempt lo 'words'un-  fdor cover of tbefr ��\Vn|gUns. J";-.' P ,l-t'^:  Tv.'eUesfalwafts, therefore", marched  Jout dad In this cumbrous, uiiaccustom-  Ied acnDiitonnont^tnking with, them the.  Jnecj-'s.-ary fools/rind succtcd&f In' cxc-J  Scutlng their1 purpose  under a hail of  Ibulk'ts frouvflto besiegers.    ���    **��� A> "x% !  Ii \ "TYKrANA" BKC1ANOB  CIOAR  |LA     LUoW\PlA,     .FACTORY, Montreal  : : 7zr~ 1,    i,  A Topic PrcninlnreTy'Prcnentcd.^  "Jones, where ure��.v"o\l goiug 'io cb-'"-  jcapc* thu summer heat'/"'  "I-J'jcape  the' summer  heat?'   Great  sgovciiioi!   I'm busy just now escaping  lute collector for the man who furnish-  |e4 my winter i��e;y^7-rrCiricng<xliecovd.  Consumption's' Yictims  fCAN   OBTAIN .NEW^ HEALTH   IF  PROMPTLY   TREATED.',    '     ���'  If  r.   '  t   Wii'h   ThoiiKht   Miss' T.izKic   Smith,   of  Water-ford, Wn& In Conmimptlon, llut  Her- .Health'Hiirt-JiecH .l^istoted--^ v :\  Advice" to Similar Sun"oi-c'r�� "   ��  From tho Star, Wntorfovd, Ont. ��   -  Thrpcghout Canada there" are  thousands oi'girls'wlio   owe, the'.bloom   of'  health shown' in thoirclieeks'/tho bright-"  ness of eye and elasticity   of   step,   to  Dr. Willianm' Pink  Pills for Pale.Peo-  pie.    There aro lew girls" in   the" "first  yeais of womanhood .who do not suffer  more or les3  from   anaemia.     We  see  them everywhere, and they   are  earilv  recognized by a sallowness oi! complexion, or perhaps extreme pulloT.'tliey.'ure.  Fubject to headaches, di'/./iness, palpitation of the heart,   and   feel   tired  aud  worn out on    the   loaBt  exertiou.    To  those who suffer in   this   lnamier^Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills   offer spoedyniid  pertain relief.    Proof   of   this may  bo  had m   our own   town.    Mis^  Liwie  Smi tl-,, tlimghter of-Mr-.- SVi 11 wm-Stni-thf  is  today   the   embodiment  of  health  and   activity,   yet 'loititf iso(\J$ng_, ago',  her  frieiuls   feared   that consumption  had fastened its fangs upon her.    A representative of the Star recently,interviewed Mrs. Smith, as to tho means oui-  ployi d lo restoro her daug-liler's health.  Mrs. Smith's  nuhesitatingr rjopl-y^ was  that, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were entitled to tho credit.,   Mre.-^lSfnitWsnitfV  "My daughter is nineteen years of ago.  For i-onio years sho has not   been   very  "troiiR and. was subject  tq -"wick   head-  QcIicb.    Lust suinuier sho went to work  in an establishment in Paris,   and   had  not boon thero long   when   her  health  fuw nniuh   worse.    Sho   consulted  a  doctor thero who said   that   her  blood  ^"i" in snch a bad stato that tho trouble  Was likoly to develop into consumption,  Mid on hearing this Lizzie nt onco ro-  tnrnod home.    When we sawjr  hor  wo  fo��fed   nho   was   in   a decl'iue.   ' Siio  'nflernd very   much   from   headachoii;  *an ;\H M-hitc as chalk, with dark circles  Tuxlor hor oyes and tho eyes   shmnken.  Hor appetite was very flcklo and sho alo  Very lit tlo.    si)Q yyns. yoty. .dospoudeiij  a��d at   times   said   siio  dul   not; care  whether sho livecLor not.    h decided to  Rivo Dr. Willium4"��;PiukPi'lls, Whidh'l  'H'ahl were so highly  rcconimeuded  in  oases like hers, a trial. . She  had  only  ,akwi tho pills for a- con pi o'' of -weeks  whon wo .-could-, gee.:, au   iuiproveniout.  a7 tho time sliehad-used a   couple of  'exes her appetite wns much improved,  "e5 _headaches, leas ,.frequent, andvitbo  P��it of depression passed away. Four  "oxes more folly  restored  her  health,.  ITL, y sheiB m wel1 and as acti7e  "i though she had  never  had  a  day's  Ja'es8.    IreJvHy think Dr.   Williams'-  ^"H Pills saved hor life,   and; believo  ��ey are worth  their woight'iu gold to  8"Js stiff-wing nslshe^did." "'5:^^ ���^���<.  jort i'i NYilliams' Pink' Hlls made rich,  H" ��}ood. strengthen the nerves, bring  IZi of hoalth t0 Palo and sallow  ^icoics, nnd mako the l'eoblo and dos-  K;illJ.feel that   l��e;-ir ouci'^mofo  onlv j   LVing"    T1,��   Remi'ine  are sold  y ui boxes, the wrapper, bearing the  or p?1" "Dr"   Williams'   Pink  Pills  allriBM��Pe0pl0-"'   ^ny bo   had from  i qealors or by mail  at 50c.,; a box or  D?-\vnf-fOr$'2-50'by ��^^osbIiir tho  Vilieonr"8'   Modioim   0o��   Br<>��k-  "f   1,,,!   Wi��M��rh   Canada  I ri-HH Ajih.iruiti.M,  T.ll{��� u Trlv J:asU,  When, a year ago, the members'of  the Western Canada Press' Association returned froiu'a trip to the Pacific coast, It was agreed on all hands,  and justly t/>, that tjiat extnrsion  hiad been one of the mo^t succesaful  ever held ,l/i the history of press associations.' It was felt alto, that no  matter wha.t. excursioiii-; >t,he Western f.VxnadJEi Presw Association mig-ht  hokl in tiie future, It would be next  to iiiipoa-iiblo to quite equal the magnificent B-'iccca? of tiie jraeifie coast  excureion of 1809. ' That was the  opinion of all at the time. And  whllo no ono would wish to dissent  from tho universal opinion of* the mem-  berjd of ,tli<j excursion party of last  year,' still, now thalt the second annual excursion of the Association hae  been hold, it must be conceded^on all  eidoj that tho, pronounce<l and splendid kutocss "ck- tho excursion of 1900  haw outshone even the thoroughly cn-  joyabloO and alt^gother ''Bucccssful  trlj> of  1899.  It wan a hAppy suggestion, Indeed,  tliii.t le<l tho AKf/x-iiitlon nt lis last  fijinii)'i.l meet1ng-to /reject an euA-tern  irlp for die Mx-olid annual excursion.  Tiie Jritluerary, was in all respects an  Ideal one. It Included a 'visit to  ma,uy of tho lea4.llng citlos ol the  UtdUxl S-tateri as well as the chief  citi&s of "Kiwtern 'Canada. ' But no  itin/jrary. no matter how.- *:omplete  and' perfotrt Its arrangement, no  matter wlmt pojntsi of intereat that  it embraced, and there wore rnanyj  no itinerary could have made xhe  excurtilou tli<j,��plen<lld success that  It Wius witlioat tho series of receptions  .anclowitioiw that mot tho party all'  aloug tho, hue. To s.ay that < the  e-xourKiouistH wero! well" r��?celved* aud  cordially wph-pmod at every ' point  visited, Ls not at all sufficient to<ex-  ���prosH' tii'e ajctunj facts. They wero  mot wJitir open arras everywhere andi  oirt��rtainod In such.' a royal manner  as/to make it impoaslblo to find words  ito"- glvo adequate expression to ono'e  foolbigs. It seemed, hi many cases,  an though tho people of the east,  and particularly tiie pressmen of  >tlioi' ctaeit���many of whOm.Ji_a<ljyivitc<l  tho west, in a similar capacity as  tiie memberw of our excursion..party  woro j visiting them^-felt 'that they  luwl' a' debt "to pay to the western-  or.<�� aiul'right nobly did they discharge  their j obligation .Svi'th tenfold interest.     '      '       ���        "     ",,'.- r  Tlio;! /oxcuxsforil .party ��� numbered  botwen 75 and. SO people, ^itid wan  in all respects thoroughly*"'"'representative of Western Canadian Journal isnil .  TRANSPORTATION ARRANGE-  . '     MENTS.  Owing  to  circumstances which  arose in connection with the excursion  committee's  negotiations .,,-wjth'    the  railway companies,, it was fonnd ne-  ooHwajry to' choose St. Paul, ALLnh,, a*  tho  pfacooof   rendezvous.      Here    on  tli�� * morning of Jiay 29th>; the excar-  idonlsta, met.   A   majority     of    them  ca^mo over  tJie Grea,t Northern  railway  from   Neclio, rwiiicli  point'   was''  roa>?lied via the' C. P. R., and the Association 1b under a    deop' obligation  ^o-Slr/j' C- 15.   llaep'liar.son,-"- general  passe?nger agent of the .C. P. Ii., and  to Mr. P.: I. '\VM.tnrty, goneraul ixissen-  ger agent'of- tlfe Groat Nferfchorn rail-'  way, 'together . with   Mr.'Smith,   the  local  agent  ot   that  road, for  transporting  such  a    largo contingent  of  tho-'party to the..Twin >Cities.     - An-  ���othor  irurtalnient    reached    St:- Paul  'via' tho Northern Pacific, and to Major  Swinford,   tho general  agent    of  that lino in   Winnipeg,  many thanks  uto duo for facilitating the transportation  arrangements  over his line.  From St.. Paul-to. Milwaukee, and  ���Ulioaice to Chicago, the party was  carried- in its two Pullman sleepers,  specially ciuirterod 'To? the ."occasion",  over the- Northwestern line. To Mr.  T. W. TeorxlnJe, the popular general  pa&songor agent of this line, the  excursion party was under a heavy  obligation. Tho run over thisr-line  was thoroughly enjoyed, and. there  -.were- evidences on ..aU.. sides: ot careful operation and "efficient management. , Whn-t add.qd, to the ^plcasur-jq.  ol't tl'ib trip over, '"the Northwestern'  lino wxis tho fact that, through the  klndnosw of M.r. Toasdalo, Mr. Chas.  J. Gray, one of tlio most populnr of  the company's travelling agents, ac-  companled .tlio iiarty right through  to Oliivago.  Froni Ghk-ago tiie route was.over  tho Grajid Trmnlc bo s JUotl-olrt., \ and  .tlifenoo' ^!to SiL��spcnidonJ Bridge - and  Buffalo. Tho trip over tho Grand  Trunk was very pleasant indeed. Mr.  Geo. W. Vaux, the assistant general  rx*u=e*ugor agent at .Chicago, was  courtesy itself, and rendered all tho  assistance in his iwwer to tho committee. - _   ���  Tho trip from Buffalo to Niagara  Falls and DcwWton was mado over  tho cloetrlc railway, and .from Lewis-  ton to Toronto by the ever -popular  old ���steamer. Chlcora, or the Niagara  Navigation Co. -   -  From Toronto ;to Montreal the com-  m It too had .aranged that! the party  eliould go all the'way by water,  travelling hv tlio magnificent new  eteanier,"Toronto, of tho KLchillcu and  Ontario Navigation Co, Tliis ��� nr-  ranrgtr.mcnt w;u* oarricxl out as far  as Prosvott, whore, unfortunately, it  was learned that the connecting  'boat, for 'Montreal, had been damaged,'and the pa.rty.-wns taken from  that point by rail via tho  Grand , Trunk. Tho trip down  tlio St. Liiwronco and through  tho   ':   Thousand Islands        wil.sj  however, greatly .enjoyed, and will  long'bo reinbered by the members  of tho 'party.- .Thc.offlcqrs or the Toronto, and the officials of tlio coin-  ivrnv did Bverytbing possible  !5riok6-:.tflio. trip a    pleasant one. -���  Frtont. M'hiiit'rcal. to Quebec, and  turn, through the W"^*^ [, +h_  minister.of railways and canals, the  excursionist* were tr^nsportwl o^er  tbto Intercolonial railway. fl his was  a concession which was very much  sMpprciciated. Mr. H.* A. Price,- the  Bitporlntcndent��; of tjhto f, ^onipany^ at  Montreal,;,a��6rtod mi> ��� excursion  Sty to Quebec, and lite presence and  attrition added in no small degree  to tho pleasure of this portion of  tho trip. -'In this.connection,/a  lleato littlo  comidimcnt paid'to  dor Mr. Prfcos' direction, of a covl-  vonir menu card for the i^��n��r/i^  tlno return trJlp from QUehec, a <.opy  Of wlnteh was prewonted to e\ery  niCMUlmr of tho ]Na,r,t(y.  Prom Moiitroal to Ottawa ��"<'  from OtUtwa to Winnipeg, the cx-  cuirstonlKt�� woro l|tr��u8iwrtod o or  tlilo     Ca^Wyan       Pacific       railway  to  rc-  the  de-  thfi  in two eH coping cars, wliich'  had been rlmrtored for tho oceas-  Jon. In the Journey from ,. Ottawa  to TVinnippg, wjii,;h mw made-, without any 'fct/op-ovor, the excursion  csars wero attaciicl to the Imperial  Limited train, and the partv waa  given an ultm. of ,the nature of the  time made &!id of the equipment of  this transcontinental Jlyer. It is  needlea* to" say that the run' was  prer-eminently satisfactory in every way, and that the party wag  landed In Winnipeg promptly on  uimedule time.  RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS.  At a' meeting of' 'the . Association,  he'.u oh board'the train.on,our homeward trip the following resolutions  were unaniniou&.y carried and the  secretary wuk instructed tit forward copies of the s.xmo to the p ir-  ties iaterested:   '   '  That our tlianks be tendc-red to thii Min-  nt-jy^a Prt.HS assuciatlon. the Commercial  club of SL Paul, and thy Board of Trad..-. o��  Minnoaixrlls, tor thfc courtf-sibH extended  to us during our visit to tlVjS'Twin Qltic-s,  and that .si/clal monUon be made or the  l^rsonal aUtintions ot Messrs. Hall,  Korbc-s, Collins, Hankin. Silnc Mftyst,  Mitchc-1 and Pcttr-r.  That we axtt'nd'.vur sincere thanks to the  mayor and council' of tfr- citv at Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Tj'ixAhetae, the Press  club and the Pabst Brewing Co., lor Uu-ir  kind hospitality to us during our visit  to their boautiful city, and that the jjcr-  eonal kindness'ot Mr. N, L>.- Burdock be  BlX;cially recognised.  That our thanks t>2 conve^'eti to rcpre-  BfciUiitivi-s ot ihc Amc-rlcan Tyj* Foundry  and Barnard Bros. & .Sjyindlor, ol Chicago,  and ixirtleularly to .\fr. J. 1^. Lot, manager  of th.j Cball,.nii��-i: Maehinu Co., through  who��j K��nc-rouH nnd o.-on-hearted hosijiJ  tallty our visit to that city was inada one  ot pleasure and profit to each member ot  our party.  That the olXlcr-rs of the Pan-American  Exposition ot 1901, b-j> tiKinke/1 for cour-  U.sie.s extended to us during- our stay In  Buffalo, and that wtj express our. sym-  pothy with an enterprise which will' display In a fitting1 manm-r thi r.-'wc/urcea of  th-.' nations of this continent .and which  will have trie effect of binding still more  closely tog-ctbcT the r��oples of the New  "World.  That we convey our thanks to Mr. Bobbins, of "Walfce-rvIUe, Ont., for his kindness In arranging- a visit to ths great  distillery of Hiram Walker & Sons, and  for, thoughtful remembrance of the needs  'of our r-arty.  That the mayor and council of Niagara  Falls.''Ont...be thanked for, the* manner. In  which they received us. ' We (shall, retain  a memory not only of the beauty and  grandeur of earth's most mighty cataract, but of' ttva kindness and attention  displayed by those who put themselves  at such personal inconvenience to receive  and welcome us.  That we'express our heartfelt appreciation of the kindness of the Canadian  Press association,, th-s mayor and council  of the city ot Toronto, and the local press  ���of that"cltj*- ��-Our trip from Niagara to  tho Queen City and our visit to us prominent buildings And. its potnts of beauty  will ever be" remembered with feelings of  pleasure and satisfaction. We feel that  we are particularly indebted to His Worship Mayor Macdonald and Alderman Leslie, Messrs. Willisin, Couper, Pirle, L.aw  and Clarke, oi the Canadian Press association, and to the management of the  Toronto Telegram.  Thai, we tender our sincere thanks to  Mr.* J. T. Johnston, manager of the Toronto Type Foundry Co., for kind' and  f;enerous entertainment In Toronto, and  hat we express our gratitude to Messrs.  E. H. White and J. H. L. Patterson for  all they did - towards making our visit  to'Buffalo, Niagara and Toronto so pleasant and prof I table*; and to Messrs. Miller & Rlchbrd. of Toronto, for the handsome souvenir of the visit , to.'- -Buffalo  and  Niagara  Falls.  That we "extend our- special thanks, to  His Honor the" Lieutenant-Governor of  Quebec... arid to the Honorable Mr. Tes-  ���*s!er', speaker of the'-Legislative Assembly, of Quabee'and Madame Tessler,'and  particularly to Mr. L. S. Dealers,' president of ,the Associated Press of the Province of Quebec, and Major Lo Vasseur,  for ihefr extreme "hospitality 'during" our  stay in tho ancient capital. Our excursion around th�� city and over "the historic plains of Abraham, and our do-  Ughtful sail down the river to the beautiful Montmorency Falls and the ocean  steamer ftathlin Head will remain in  memory as among the happiest hours of  our'outing.  That: we';express.; our '.warmest appreciation  of  ths   kindness  and  hospitality of  the.great city of Montreal.   The reception  by his worship, Mayor PreJontaine     and  -.tfratcouncU,  the  drive  up the mountain,  'the  happy  hour  on   th3  summit and   the  visit to tho harbor works' and the  Allan  liner   Parisian,  contributed   to  give  us a  day that can   never  be forgotten. Words  would  fail  to  express  the generous'   and  whole-hearted attention ot  the .Press  As-  ' sociation   of  Quabec,   and   the   individual  efforts   or   President     Gordonsmith- - and  his committee can   never  be forgotten.  That we thank Mavor Payment, ot the  city ot Ottawa; J. G. Ituth'yford. M. P.;  A. W.i Putt**, M. -P.;' T. O. DavLs, M.  V-: and Mr. Kieffer, of the Ottawa Citizen, tor their kind attention during our  vtslt  to tho  capital.  That we tender hearty thanks to the  Department of the Interior, and especial-  _,Ly,to Mr. J. -A. Smart, deputy minister,  and" Mr. Frank Pedley, superintendent of  Immigration, for aid rendcu-ed In various, ways towards the signal success of  the.'excursiou. and further that we beg to  acknowledg-e the kindness of the. Depart-,  ment In ��� permitting Mr. W. J. White to  accompany our party. His presence added -greatly to the Interest and enjoyment   of  the   trip.  That we- tender "to^MA 'iV;W>-Teasdale,  gperwral passenger agent of the Northwestern line our sincere thanks for transporting our party from St. Paul to Milwaukee and thence >to Chicago;-and that  we Cullv appreciate the kindness and courtesy extended to us by the officials ot  this popular line, with special reference  to Mr. Chas. J. Gray, travelling passenger; agent, who escorted us over our entire, 'trip,.pa, the Northwestern route., It  gives our association pleasure to testify-  to. the efficient operation and management of this line and to the concessions  and kindness eoctended to us.  That we tCinder to the Great Northern  railway, and to Mr.'I<\ I. Whitney, Us  ge-iwral ratsenger agent, our cordial  thanks for aiding ug in a very generous manner in transjorting a large number of our excusionists from Neche to  St. Paul, and that we place on-record  our appreciation of the many kindnesses  extended to us by the officials of this  line" especially remembering along with  Mr. Whitney himself, Mr. Smith, the general agen,t���at.AV'liinipeg. - ��� ; - v .  That we extend to- the management of  the Intercolonial rtallwav of Canada and  to the Minister of Railways and Canals  a hearty vote of thanks tor .carrying  our party from /Montreal1 to Quobec and  return, thus adding very -materially to  tho pleasurt; of our trip, and wo desire  to ackn'owledga'.'the" kindnesses extended  to us by all the officials of; this railway, and especially to Mr. H. A... Price,  the superintendent ��at Montreal,- who escorted us to : Quebec: nnd, did everything  in'his power : to make>-our wisit a-pleasant  -one.   .        '",..'        .''"���-..   ";.  ; ',    ''',���_;������   ,  That we tender ;-to the Canadian. Pacific Raihvav Company, the Northern .Pacific Railway Company, the Grand Trunk  Railway Company and thef. Richelieu  and Ontario Navigation Co. our * heartfelt thanks tor many favors and,courtesies -; extended to us in connection with  our "exturs'.on and we desire to acknowledge the uniform kindness of the various officials of these lilies with whom  we came in  contact. .���'-,,   '  i.-'  That we tender to Mr, .C.-.-.E. Macpher-  son, -general passenger agent of- the C.  PR at Winnipeg.' our cordial thanks  for many favors granted us in arranging our excursion nnd especially for assistance In bringing the .-Western.: members of our party to Winnlpeg.and Gretna   and   returning   them   to  their   homes,  That our-hearty  thanks  b~ ��� ��-*��"'W *'  GUNS  BICYCLES  REVOLVERS  Baseball, Football, Tennis, Golph, Cricket,  1'ishing Tackle, Ammunition, and all other  hues including light hardware, we carry in  stock, and our prices are very low.  We also do gun repairing good and cheap.  We will take ,in exchange for gooda any  . produce you may have, cordwood, etci? oto.  Write us, giving full description of what yon  have.  M'CREADY ARMS & CYCLE CO.  320 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG.  ry, vice president and general -superin-  lr.t'-ndtnt of the Western Union Telegraph Co.. for the free use of, their lines  for personal and social messages during  thr- time ot our excursion. - The favor,  v-aa much appreciated by'all the mem:  b.'rs of our party, and greatly facilitated  th; ariangements jrehmlnary to the  excursion.  That we extend our heartiest thanks  to th? management of the Toronto Type  Foundry Co., at Winnipeg Toronto, and  Montreal, for special favors -granted to  us In many, ways and c-spsclally for assistance In aiding us In ensuring the  fir.ancia/ success of the excursion and-  we desire.,,to .place ours'il.ve^ .on ^record  as fullv' appreciating  these  favors.  That we extend our thanks to the Calgary .-Brewing Co., of Calgary;. Mr. Gordon, of Buchannan A Gordon, and J. A..  Darby, .of Winnipeg, and Mr. Samuel  I-Wite. ot imperial Court of Chicago, for  tlrlr kindly remembrances of the party. Their thoughtfulnoss did much to  add to th.11 comfort and pleasure of our  excursionists.  $100   REWARD,   $100.  The readers of lids paper will be pleased to  learn that there is at least one dreaded disease  that science has been able to cure in all its  Btiigea, and that 13 Catarrh. Hall's Catanb  Cure is the only p03lfive cure known to the  medical fraternity. .Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the  foundation of the'disease'', and giving the patient  strength,by building up the constitution and  agisting nature-in ���doJi.g its work.' The proprietors have so much faith in its curative  powers that they oiler One Hundred I.ollars for  any case that it fails to cure.- Send, for list,of  testimonials. ' *    '     J     .*  ���  Address..    F. J. CHENEY '& CO., Toledo, O,  Sold by Druggists, 7;c. " -      - .  Hall's Family Pills are the best.  it ' < r  Jim IVhb on the Crew.  "When I wont to school, we never set  oa  anything better'n' wooden  benches,"  said   Farmer   Beetroot,   "but   here's -my  boy Jim writin me from 'Harvard (hat  the. new slidin  seats  make  him   prettj  sore.    I writ an ashed  him  what.they,  wanted  of 'slidin seats, an  he answered  "back that it enabled  theni to git nlon^  , faster.   So I s'po.^e it's all right."���Cleve  ; land Plain Dealer.  St. Martin; Que., May 16, 1895.  0. 0. "RICHARDS & CO.  Gentlemen,���Last NoYember my  child stuck a nail in his 'knee causing  inflammation so severe that I was advised to take him to Montreal and have  the limb amputated to save  his life.  A neighbor advised us to try MIN-  ARD'S LINIMENT, which we did,  and within three days' my ohild was all  right, .and I feel ro grateful that I send  you'this testimonial,that my experience  may-be of benefit to others.  ' '     .--      ' LOUIS GAGNIER". "  Tee-tee-total.  About September, 1S33, Dicky Turner, the converted wenver, when delivering one of his fervid speeches in the  Temperance hotel, Preston, the cockpit  where the earls of Derby formerly  fought their cocks for three centuries,  in favor of the new pledge, declared  with emphasis that "nothing but the  tee-tee-total pledge would do." Mr.  Joseph Livesey upon hearing this immediately cried out amid great, cheering, "That" shall be the.name." The'  newly coined word was taken up' by  the succeeding speakers and was afterward1 used at all the meetings held in  the town and neighborhood. It was  soon adopted in evM-y part of Lancashire and was eventually accepted as  the true designation-of total abstainers  not only in the United Kingdom, but  throughout the civilized world.  I had tiie above facts from the lips of  Mr. Joseph Livesey.���Loudon News.  SURE REGULATORS. ��� Mandrake  and Dandelion are known tb exert a powerful influence on tho liver and kidneys,  restoring, them to healthful action, inducing a regular flow of the secretions and  Imparting to the organs complete power  to perform their functions. These valuable Ingredients enter into the composition, of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, "and  serve to render them' the agreeable and  salutary medicine they are. There are few  pills' bo effeotive.as thoy in their action.  THEY WAKE THE TORPID ENERGIES.���Machinery not , properly supervised and left to run it.*elf, very soon  shows fault in its working. It is the same  with the digestive organs. Unregulated  from time'' to time they are likely to become torpid and throw the whole system  out of gear. Parmelee's Vegetable Pilla  wero made to meet such cases. They restoro to the full the flagging faculties,  and bring into order all parts of the  mechanism.  Feminine Practicality.  "Women have no real love for nature."  "How do you know?"  "Look at the way they drag up the  subject of fly screens every time a man  mentions that he thinks of going fishing."���Indianapolis Journal.  Hotel Balmoral. v.z^tF^Bn.^  ANDERSON PRODUCE CO., LIMITED  WINNIPEG,  MAN.  GREEN   FRUITS AND PRODUCE  1 n  "    Highest Cash Price paid for Butter' and  Eggs.   All mail orders for fruit promptly  attended.   Satisfaction guaranteed  -    So TbcT Snj% -   .   -  ' "I wonder why women are bo anxious to get together and sew for charity?"   ���      ' I-   /-     ���      -  ���'-     -  "As It were."  "What?"  ��� "I-tnean- 'sew.-.to- speak.' V���Pbiladel--  pliia Press.  MESSRS. NORTHROP & LYMAN  CO. are the proprietors of DR. THOMAS'  ECLECTRIC OIL, which is now being  sold in immense Quantities throughout  the Dominion. It" is welcomed by, the  suffering invalid everywhere with emotions of delight, because ib banishes pain  and gives--instant relief. * This valuable  speoilio for almost "every ill that flesh is  heir to," is valued by the sufferer as  more precious than gold. It Is,the elbcir  of life to many a "wastes ��rame. To the  farmer it is Indispensable and should be  in every house. ���  The Professor Explains.  "TheVe is1 a difference, young gentle-  - men," explained the professor, "between ''syinpnthiie , with; and ,'sympa-.,  thize for.' For example, when a man is  worsted.in a'business deal tho community sympathizes with the skinner and  sympathizes for the sklnnee."���Indian;  apolis Press.  So rapidly does lung irritation spread  and deepen, that often in a few weeks a  3lmplo cough culminates iu tubercular  consumption. Give hoed to a cough,  there is always danger in delay, get a  bottlo- of J3ickle's Anti-Consumptive  Syrup, and cure yourself. ItJs a medicine unstirpassed for all throat "and lung  troubles. It is compounded from several  herbs, each ono of which stands at the  head of the list assorting a wonderful  influence in curing consumption and all  lung diseases. *  ' In Her Line.  The Bearded Lady���[ don't Bee how  she could marry him. Why, he drinks  terribly and'is subject to-delirium tremens.  ' The Circassian Girl���It would take  more than -that to scare hor. Isn't she  an'oxperk'neiMl snake charmer?���Philadelphia Bulletin.  Bnarh Limeiit Cures DisteiBer._  ..,        .,       Youthrnl  Oti>loT!>ncy.'  Mother (with- conviction) ���Johnny,  you took those'preserves from tlie'pau  try.    -    f        -.. . r       -      .  Johnny (shrewdly)���Why, ma. yon  never saw me do anything of the kind  Mother���Perhaps 1 didn't see you. bill  you did it.^mul I want you to* tell,me  the truth. (After a long pause) Come"!  Why don't you answer?  Johnny���Ma,' '���children should be  seen and not heard."���Catholic Standard and Times. -   -       "' '    .   ���     Tr  ffiiarto Liniment Cures Garget in'Cows.  The Main Tlilue In'Golf.     ,  Subbuh's���That' man's'the champion of  these golf links. , " '���  Citinian���^'hat,? Why, he looks as if  he was afraid.to soil his clothes.  Subbubs���Of course, lie's the champion dresser. What did you think I  meantV���Philadelphia Press. |-  ,  lnari's;.Liiii]iieul Cure's Dinlteia.1'  Not  Just  \Vunt   Slie  Meisnt. '  - "It is, rny.,aiffi in life," he said, "to do  s"omething'"eyery day that will make men  happier." "  '���Ah,'-' she exclaimed, with great on-  thusiafein;J "tliht must be rwhy you keep  so secluded."���Chicago Times-He raid.  ��>0  YOU   USE  SHOE  DRESSING!  "trYOUWAKI/t  DRESSING  THAT WILL.  f    KEEP THE LEATHER"  tuY SOFT AND PLIABLE  mmmmm  ONETRI4L WILL CONVINCE YOU  OPIT5 SUPERIOR MERITS  ^KHsP^fcKA1?jVft^TO^W0Wflhft��^^  Farsvs Lands  For Sale'in All Parts of the  Province.   Write for Lists.  NARES, ROBINSON &,BLACK,  WINNIPEG,   MAN.  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Ktc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN' HAVE A  BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  5(W illustrations mailed free. Write u.s for anything in Music or Musical Instruments.  WHaley Rpyce & Co.,^EiSJ&S*,  Elanufaeturt'd  l>y TJHOS. LKIS, "Winnipeg.  the  The End of It.'  /'How   did   that    fight    between  bridge tenders end ?"  '"It   was  fought   to  a  draw,  and 'thoy  both fell in."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Minari's Liuimeut Cores Colds. Etc.  WESTERN  CANADA'S  GREAT  20TH CENTURY PMB  ' ! t  WINNIPEG,  ,.     23rd to 28tli July, 1900.  IN ALL BUSINESS SUBJECTS  No rjsidsunimer holldaya.   Now is tho time t��  prjfpard fdf a situation In the busy season.  Full particulars 6n application.  __ G. XV. DONAJLD, Sec.  N. BjrrWe assisted over 100 of .our students to  pofltlona during the past five months.    "   ^  $35,000.00  IN FRIZES AND ATTRACTIONS  Largely increased Priee List.  Pour full days Racing.  Finest -Platform Attractions  ever seen in the "West.  extended to  the Hudson's Hay Company and its popular-' commissioner, Mr. C. C. Uhlpman,  for mcinv acta of kindness extended tons  on our trip. The thoughtful remembrances  of our comfort by' tno H. 13. Co.. as so  Mndv nrrangvd by Mr. 13..13. -N xon,,at  various ix-.ints. added in no small measure to the pleasure of our excursion  aid have bean  thoroughly appreciated.  Tint our wanwst thnnks.be extended  k, \lr H S. Jenkins, superintendent of  C V'. n! telegraphs; H. P. Dwight. preside ni nnd general manager of the  \V. Telegraph  Co.,  and  Col.  B. C.  G. N.  Clow-  , Where Ijriioran.ee Is 1)11 ��n.  IlicUs (reading)���Thero are'' many  poo|)Io that sufl'or from dyspepsia- for  yours without knowing It  Kicks (dyspeptic)���How I envy them!  ���Town Topics.  EnriK'Ht  but Supprcnneil  Wrntli,  "Pa, what is quiet hostility?"  "Quiet   hostility,   little   Jim,   is   the-  way in- which, when I 'decline'.-to-' giyo  y.oun nickplv you.sueak.arouncl behihil  my  chair and. make  faces."���Chicago  Record..  J,   : ; ,'''���:.' . .';.....-.-  There never.waq, and never will be, a uni.  vereal panacea," in one remedy, for, all ills to  which flesh is heir���the very nature of many  curatives'being such that were the germ's of  .other and, differently seated diseases rooted  In. the system' of the patient���what would  relieve one ill in turn would aggravate the  other. We have, however, inQuinin'e Wine,  when obtainable .in'!a sound, unadulterated  state-, a remedy lor many and grievous ills.  By its gradual and judicious ..use the frailest  systems |are; led' into,'convalescence . and  strength i by tiie influenee which Quinine ex-  orts on nature's own' restoratives. It relieves  the drooping spirits of those with whom a  chronic state of rmorbid despondency and  lack of inforestiii life1 is a disease, and, by  tranquillziiij*' the', nerves, disposes to sound  and Tefrealung sleep-rimparts .vigor to the  action of the blood, whieh,.boing stimulated j  courses throughout the veins, strengthening  the healthy animal functions of the system,  thereby making activity, a necessary result,  strengthening the frame, and giving life to  the digestivo organs, which naturally do-  mand increased substance���result, improved  appetite. Northrop & Lyman, of Toronto,  have given to the public their superior Quinine Wine at tho usual rate, and, gauged by  the opinion of scientists, this wine approaches nearest perfection of any in the  market.   All druggists sell tt.  ' EVERY EVENING:  Grand Pyro Military Drama  Battle of Paardeberg  AND   .  Surrender of General Cronje.  Prize Lists and Programmes freo on application.  K. W. HEUHACH, General Mnnnger.  Winnipeg,   Manitoba.  uatiiolic Prayer crucVn'xe'.s'scap-  ulnrs, Religious Pictures. Statuary, and Church.  Ornaments, Educational Works.  Mail orders receive prompt attention. Tj. & J, Sadllei & C0.,MOHtieal  THE STORE  OP .  TH0S.. J.  PORTE,  JEWELER,  WINNIPEG,  Has a.Red Eagle hanging over the doorway,  During fair wtck we will sell a solid gold'  Hunting Engraved Ladies Watch, Waltham  movement, Pendant Set, guaranteod for ono  year for SI 2.50. '  PAY SCRIP FOR  DOMINION  LANDS  AMD SAVE DISCOUNT-  A very large saving can bo made.  'We can  furnish the exact amount for any payment.  Write for particulars and price.  AUOWAY & CHAMPION, winnipeq  W. N. U.   279  t&   fF9-d/\ CtUls 4%t/ fehrf~ y&UHS ZfrTUT  I  1  ���   i  r  i ar  '  ���(���  !-  V  ���)   *  tl  ?"  1 ,  %  i !';;  '  i   ''!    ���  ,'          W  < I  ',     I      ..1  -. I  , i    y  <  M  i , "-  '<! ~.<J  1  '  f  ' J  '  1  t  i  : i''.  ,u  I ,11).  (  Ll��  i  -I'  t '.".''  t���- .?  , 7 ',������-'  1 ��� -p; i  it ; +SJ  IV. a I  '  I J  ' !i  !'���{  ���13.  i"'**"  fm  11     1 '  '   5! 4 '^;'.'1.'l ,  t Oi; ,-:p i-  i' ��#",'.*&  'I-  i  ���iSf}  -c'.;-r  I ft* .,  >'.'f i��'  si  it  -�� -,  iit' j'  ���JiHl. ^  '-���i'i! i. ���"���  W'f   L** i Vr  ">     i f   r ft '  / bjr(  ��, * .i k  '!' :���  fat  "l'! HP  y  if!"  i i''a  ",   I  fa1!,,  ft) L 0  ill1.  t   i  lit  i:  -j'  i...  I  ft-  'll  I'-'  ft'   l    [  &!���  It, '  ..'.vl'Uif  1    !"'!?.   &  -���.<-'  --' 'Vi If  "-: -- :' 5  1 . ?������ *.'  Ml  H-P  a  '���" 11  -if, i  ii -At '  if -  '' !  A FRONTIER DUEL,  Tl,��-  !>c;u'oii :i��d  Llnj Cow.  A Jaync-vilh1 liu-int1--* tn.iji thai   we  ���jV lenow. ful up   ]i��-t   Tiiois'liy   morn  Ir , ao,l jo.,k .'i w .11:4..��� by MoiUdey ! T gy HaJ| ALpREn R, CALHOUN.  fu '. c v (In TK"tut!"f of nadirs ninl  ,   r     "       \   ��� i      If" ,  ire t  ' < ,'in 1  ,aiii  ���; mj/  >.        i  Ik  Jf ., i tr-  inl.i (I un !i,>   -t=  'IU  hiM   in.-  I'hi.i^' tl  \\)l!l     l!;<  ���ii hi '.'  o       I  i-.:      ��!��   ���  ���(���   :i   > oh  f"PHE'plasties of the mining camps  JJ_   in,  tho far west were tho bullies  and desperadoes, who, ignoring- honest  industry,  lived  by  gambling- or even  I worse.  Those fellows always go armed, carry  themselves with'a swagger and figuratively drag their coat tails on the  /rround at all times in the hope that  iome one will give them, an excuse to  shoot.  Fairplny is a very good name for a  town or camp, and Pairplay, Col., is today a thriving, law-abiding place, but,  like all western towns, it had to pass  through all the stages of social evolution from the absolute barbarity of its  beginning to the high, civilization of the  privimi ihe ^louml    :jii    running   her  horns into his clothes.    She   had   run  one horn through one leg of his pants,  and the other horn through tho   broad  part, and w.is i ngaged in chewing   his  shirt, when the man struck her on the j present.  rump with .i stone, and *hc started  oiT      Thero are many men not.yet beyond  ,..-ii   .i ..,��� 4   ~ i    t     t\      it    i     laiddle  life  who distinctly remember  Willi thof-e two garments for the   blind     ,,     ~    , ,    . ,   1 .    ,-;:.    ,      .     ,  / i     i    ' "ie ��rst hut erected in Fairplay, and  asylum where she  evidently   belonged j ,vho retain a vivid reCollection of the  sli.iking her head to get the 'p.aita   offj first hot^l, the Great Western; which  was composed of three rooms, one canvas, one log and the other unplaned  boards. Though this establishment  claimed to furnish "accommodations  for man and beast," it had no stable  her bonis, and chewing    the shirt   as  though it was a bran mash.  The piou.-i man rus-hed out of the  water towards the cow and said, "so-  boss, po-boss,"' but she took one look  at his shape aud turned away and  didn't 80-bo.ss very much. A war  map of the thoughts of this Janesville  business man, as he saw the cow go  away, would sell well, if it was illustrated by a picture of a native Zulu  picking buchu leaves.   The only thing  As Arthur sTiook tho fellow's huge  'hand from his s&SPlder, ho sak1' xeTy  'quietly: %#  !    "I do not drink."  i    ���' you don't, eh.?" sneered.1 Ped Saively.  "I do not."  ' "Then I'll drink for two,"  The 'barkeeper handed Ued Snively  a bottle, and. a glass. ITaJf nliing tie  latter, he raised ittowardihislipp, but,  stopping as if he had* siiddJenlj" changed  his mind, he sJiouted, with.an oath:  "No'gentleman ever drinks'alone!"  and with this he threw, the contents  of the glass, into Arthur Lyons' face.  The unexpected explosion of' a bomb  could not have caused greater consternation than did this unwarrantedi act.  Hen leaped from the tables audi sought'  places of safety, for such an.insult they  felt must be followed by immediate  shooting, (  Red Snively expected, to use- his pistol,  for he drew it, but before he could fire,  Arthur Lyons seized the arm that held  the pistol with his left- hand, and. with  his own right he planted a blow between' the ruffian's red eyes that caused  him to fall as if a bullet had been sent  through,his brain.  ",No more righting here,"'shouted a  number of men, rushing in between  Arthur and the man whom the land-  preserver of one, 'man's life and the  avenger of another's.  Soon after this the landlord of the  Great Western had to fly the camp, nnd  was Mibfleqiieiitly lynched in Nevada.  Arthur Lyons is to-day one of Colorado's most prominent citifcens, and lie  often tells his children of the early  days of Fnirplny and of the duel became near fighting om account ot .their  motlirr.���N. Y. Ledger, , '   .,  VOVKT MOYIK.  No. 40G3.  'fff-'t/fy'^r^-1^?-   |   fleets on the first and  i v4^'%^P'! / bird Thursday of each  ��� ^fM^'X'^^^d/ month.   Visiting lueih  ren invited to ..attend.  LEWIS THOMSON", F. S.  ���BWtCgi Xt Vie C X  '"WILDEY LODGE KO. 4.4.  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria''street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.     , .  JOSLTn NEIUJSESTADT, I'rop.  Lager beer sold  by the  Keg or  dozen  bottles.  11. A. SMITH, X. C:  A. 'J'. KKSNEDY, TUHA.-I.  F. I. M00KE, 11.   ���s.  V. J. SMYTJI, V. S.  Wholesale   and  Hetai! Butchers.  BIIOPS   AT  Bottled. Beer  in Stock. . . .  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  rar-n-nrr'swrfiw.  -     , i    i,   w    i   a i_-   i ..   : lord of the Great Western wjishelpug  for horses, and all its lodgers had to   >^���, +i,��. a^^-'   ��.t/+i       .   *   i      -c  ,       .   ,      .    . ��1 .,   , I from the floor.   "If there s to be shoot-  4>leep in bunks m one room, while bread   ���  i w j* me  and bacon constituted the'bill of fare,  with now and then sugarless coffee.  The "extras" were composed wholly of  bad cigars, strong chewing tobacco and  .win"sky of a kind so much viler than the  ordinary fluid that one drink of it has  been 'known to produce all the effects  of delirium tremens,, on  a man tinac-  tlie cow had left was his hat, vest- and J customed to it, and it always produced  a homicidal mania in those   who   in-  dbrle fair and) square out-  ihoes and stockings.    He put them on  and started after the "cow.    The   vest  Ivas one of those   grandfather's    clock  vests that stop short never to go again  a sort of au emegrant's' vest that come  high.    He fried to remember some   of  the   ten   commaudments,   to   repeat,  but the only one he coitld call to mind  was.''Pull down Thy  "Vest."    His   eys  swept the horizon to   see   if 'anybody  was looking, and he could see that  the  ground about the Blind   Asylum    was  alive with people of  both   sexes.    He  thanked heaven that by the inscrutable  way of Providence, people were  blind,  but his joy at the calamity was   mingled with sorrow when he thought that  the touchers  nt  the siflylum were   endowed with the most pcifect eye-sight.  As the cow  nearer!   the   gate   of   the  ground he made ono effort to Load"her  Off, but she ran by him,   and   then   he  attempted to lake his pistol   from    tiie  hind pocket of his pants to   kill   him-  sei  when hn it \1i;:rJ  that   he  was indeed In re footed from hic vest to  his Gtnekincs. and he fat down under  a tieo lo die of slow starvation, but  Ik ff.to I;-1 began \o starve he got up  iij;ain and ;es.timed an upright ntti'iuli-  dulged in it as often as once a week.  The bar of the Great Western was  tho rendezvous, the headquarters, for  all the,miners and'teamsters in the  vicinity, and you may be sure that it  wa,s a, constant resort for tho gamblers-  and desperadoes who always swarm  about a new mining town like flies  about a sugar hogshead in .July.  Por the accommodation of the latter  class, with whom he was in"full sympathy, and with an eye to his own gain  ���he- had only one eye���the landlord of I  the Great Western had fitted up a place  for playing fnrrv.and a number of pine  tables on which those so inclined���and  it was surprising how many were so  inclined���could'play that alluring .but  7nost uncertain game called poker.  At this time there were only two  women in Fairplay, viz., Mrs. Chamberlain, the wife of the principal mine  superintendent, and Lizzy Chamberlain,  her daughter.  Some men, wi'th wives and'daughters  at home in .'the states,-rather blamed  Mr.Chamberlain for subjecting hisfam-  ily to thb hardships inseparable from  such a life, but, had they known that  the devoted wife and daughter insisted  on ai.etm.pa:.j ing him u:ul sharing his  tuai^. they would iioiha\e been so hard  in their judgment, ~  Vrthun Lyons, u fine y^ung fellow of  four and 'twenty, v.as Mr. Chamberlain's  a.-si*'tani, and as be-boarded with his  employer it was pretty generally con  on account of ants.    It is a picnic   fori ceded that he had "the inside track" so  a nest of ants to partake a of human  being who has lost his or her trousers  an the case may be, and he followed the  eow, saying.  "so-boss',  in    the   most  v lf-.il-.'  N.s>-  :��*��>:���  :iil';i  pitiful accents that were ever 'used   by  a Jaynemville   man.    The  cow   looked  around, and   she   did   so   the   pants  caught on a sapling and were pulled off  her horns and dropped on  the ground.  The pious man looked upon this  as a  direct interposition of Providence, and  he was sorry he  swoic.    He  got-into  hi? trousers so quick  that it made his  head swim, and just as  the   crowd  at  the asylum had come down to the gate  to see what strange looking   calf   was  following   tiie   cow   homo,   the   man  falarted on a iun fot town, leaving   liis  :dnrt with the cow.���Peck's Sun.  "WJilte Man Tiirnetl Yrllow.  Great consternation wne felt by   the  friends M. A.   Uogaily   of   Lexinglon,  Ivy., when they saw   he   was   tinning  yellow.    His skin biowly changed color,  also hid eyes, and ho  suffered   terrible.  His malady was Yellow Jaundice.    lie  Was treated b}'   the best .'doctors,'but'  without benefit.    Then he was avised  to trp Electric   Bitters,   the wonderful  Stomach and Liver   remedy,   and   he  .writes;    After   taking .two   bottles I  was wholly cured."    A trial proves  its  inatchless merit for all stomach/Liver  .and kidney troubles. . Only   50c../.Sold  ���by Hope & Peatte, 'druggists. .-'������  f&r#  .1'������<{���;  ���'���*.'���:������.:  ������������(��,+'  iiuiiii Consolidation.  Negotiations'are on foot to merge  -.the Canadian Bank of Commerce and  the bank of British'Columbia, into one  corporation. The two concerns have  a combined capitalof #9,000,000 and  have brandies in every province of the'  ���Dominion as welljafj London and many  of the large citieo "in United Stales.  The Bank o! P.   C.   meeting   will . be  held in I..ou  Central bete  ulon od Jitlv J'oth  <..':ui'i;"L".'''ii Pank ('.'" Coinn'i'o  oronlo in August,'''  re  and   the  :   rricctng  'ooU bf.sincij.-: lot. ;^.:cr  Alipiy to 'D. I- p... u,-  A.i'-. W.i'.L,Ciu;,by.juk.  far r.s Lizzy was concerned, and that  their marriage was only a question of  time,  There was, however, in.Fairplay, one  man who emphatically refused to believe that'Lizzy Chamberlain looked  kiindly on Arthur Lyons, and this man  was known as "Pvecl" Snively, 'the first  name being given to designate his complexion and, tho sanguine color of his  hair,  Ped Snively wished to be known as  "The Mountain Terror," and he ctrled  hard 'to have the name attach to himself, but. as the majority oi- the miners  looked -upon him as �������� nuisance rather"  than a terror the name did noi stick  to any great extent,  Bed Snively ivas .1 ,57mgg<:-ring, ever-  armed braggart. Tie was supposed to be  a silent partner in the Great Western'  hotel, and it was a matter of notoriety  that all the gambling [features Of the  establishment were under- his iimmedl-  ate charge, ,  .He claimed Missouri as his home, and  when he became confidential���which  was always the ca*e when Che game was  going against him���he would hint that  he was forced -to come west, "owin* 'to a  lit'tlecuttin'scrape" hehodoreragamo  of cards.  With the brazen effrontery of hi*  clasp, Jifd Snhdy marie himself very  ���'objectionable to Lizzy Chamberlain Ly  hi.s disgusting attention.*; so much .so,  indend1, thatwhe- dreaded to von'ture out  . tiTilcsi accompanied by her father or  .Arthur Lyons.  On one occasion the latter told Bed  Snively very emphatically that his con-  duet was di.satrree.'1'hle lo'Mifew Cliamlljer-  1niT\    ;mti^   +1TI-+   if   .-��,-,���>^-t   i^o   r.i^,^.^., ,t    ,._,i   > <-'"'   i.u.^ J i   i.iuSl  ..e   .^iJn|;cu, <n.Ci  this was f-aid with such cairn emphasis  'that the.bully was. not left in. any  dpub'Ji as to the young .man's' meaning  nor of his dcterminatton to enforce his'  request.  . In addft-ion to its many other uses'the'  Great Wes'tern was flie post ofn-ce at  which.- the weekly���more often . the  mqnihlj>���-mail-was delivered. '  .. One rainy '-afternoon, after the mail  had coniejn Arthur Lyons went up to  get t&e ever-welcome k'tt-ers and papers  from the east..    . ',        (  -\Vhile he was leaning against- the  damp bar waiting.for.the.man behind  't. tojuoic over, the iidtlires-s-es ot the  parcels that -had, come.1.by. post', he /e'Jt  a heavy hand on hi��,shoulder, an.ci..rti  the_ samp time he .heard). Bed- iSn:;veJy  saying-, in a niockingj bantering- umk  that.lnc\'rat;-ini;M..ier;   ! ���       3 ���  '" "Com.  side under the rules of the code, and not  in a crowded bar whar innocent men  may get popped over."  1 "I agree'to that!"'roared Bed Snively, who had now recovered himself.  "Landlord, you'll act as my second."''  "I'll do that and take your place if  you  go- down,"  replied the landlord,  .who was only little less of a brute than,  ���the man he was championing.  "And I'll act for-this"gentleman,"  said a tall man, who had been sitting  unnoticed since he "reached the place,  a few hours .before, with the mail-carrier. He had. a long, black beard,'his  hat was slouched, and his coat collar  turned up so that but little of his face  could be seen, but there was that ih'his  voice and- bearing tha<t convinced t'lw.  lookers-on that he was .no ordinary  person.  As 'the stranger took lis place ber  1 side Arthur, who acknowledged! the offer by a courteous bow, he drew from  under' his coat two revolvers and he  held them with the peculiar grip of a  man who knew how to use them."  "Have you a, good' pistol?" asked the  stranger, as he- took Arthur's arm and  led.him out of the hotel in thedirec'tion  Bed Snively had' taken.  "I have not," replied Arthur.  "Then take this. It is loaded, and has  h fine hair, trigger. ' Axe you <& good  shot?" .  Arthur took the pistol the stranger  handed him and replied:     ;"   ' *  "I am not, and so you must place this  man so close to me that his superior  ��kill will hot result to my disadvan-'  tage."  "Leave the whole thing to me, nnd do  not interfere, no matter what I propose," said the stranger, pressing the  young man's arm.  "You appear to be a gentleman, and I  will do as j-ou say," replied Arthur.  The crowd in the bar came out in the  rain to see the duel, all taking care to  be out of range.    ,  "I propose," said the landlord, "that  we place our men at ten paces with revolvers, we seconds '11 toss up for the  word, and then they're to fire and keep  firing till one or the other goes down."  "I'll do nothing of the kind," replied'  the stranger, in tones that evinced coolness and determination; "this bully,"  pointing to Snively with his revolver,  "is a good shot; my man is not. I propose they shall shoot across a pocket  handkerchief, or let only one pistol be  used; we'll draw lots to see which man  shall take it. Are you agreed?" he  asked, turning to Arthur,  "I agree to whatever you say���"  . "But I don't!" shouted Bed Snively.  "This ain't t6 be a murder, but a duel."  "A murder!" cried the stronger, striding toward the bujly.   -,J.Do you dare to  speak of murder?"  "I want a fair fight," replied Snively.  "A fair fight is impossible without fin  equality of skill and force.   You would  not fight, you cur, if you did not feel  that you bad all the advantage on your  side," said the stranger, with stinging  contempt. c  "Mebbc you'd like to change places  with your man," said the landlord of  the Great Western.  "That is exactly what I proposed to do  from the first," said the stranger. "This  1�� my fight," he added, turning to Arthur Lyons. "Hear me out, I have been  searching for this murderer for a year,  and now, after a bunt of 10,000 miles, 3  have him under my pistol, and no man  can fire at him till I have squared my  , GO   TO   TELE  )  Toronto  i ,  For your.outfit.    The largest stock iu  East Kootenay. ���   '  REID & CO.,  ,. . ���       ��� ^ i  ���'        i ,  Cranbrook, B. C.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  �� 2ST<C>- "7!-  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited' to attend.  Tl. H. Dimock, P. T. SmvtHj  i Acting Pros. Acting Sec'y.  Moyie,Board of Trade.  Meets in  the Moyie school  , house on the ��� first Monday ,  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp.      ,   ���  'j.'ClDitEWRYj'Pres..      "   ",  J'. P. FarrelIi,    v ,' A.' T. CLARk,  Vice-Prcs. -:, ��� Sec'y.  Fernie"   ' ��� ��� ' Fort Steele  Cranbrook, Moyie Wardncr  S. J. WHITOOMB     ���  House 'painter,, grainer,  glazier ,',' and paperhanger.  1 All work on perfect surface,guranteed. Prices ac-  < cording to quality . and  stock required  Moyie,'Bj Q.    .        ��  . ��  PATRONIZE  ���'  WHITE LABOR'  By Sending YoiiMVork To-tho  UNION UTOKY.'  ' PHILIP CONRAD, Prop.  noon WORK. .      * prices' reasonable  Fort Steele Mercantile  i 'c  COMPANY.  (LIMITED.)    .  MERCHANT'TAIL0S  i - ,     .  CRANBROOK.  o   '  l '     -r <;  Repairing Neatly  and Promptly >:,.,  ecuted.    Special Attention Uwes '  to Mail Orders.  .. , o  "'    ' '  Suits   Made    to Order!  WHOLESALE  DEALERS  IN  and  LIQUORS  CIGARS.  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EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO,  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.'  You   will find a  full stock of  General     Hardware;  ' AND GENERAL  SUPPLIES,  Just received a carload of .Windows'  and  Doors. t  Tho doors'*a'rc  cedar and best grado,  A Call Solicited-'  TIXSHOP IN CONNECTION.  Moyie, B. C,  Just received a fine Assortment of Meriden Britannic  silver ware.  Moyie,  B. C.  ���J0'u"^   ;|oiiv cuic   and  drink i.o the health ol  Pairplay,"-  j:he bedut;y  "Who are you?" demanded Snively,  his countenance purple and liis thick  lips trembling with excitement.  ',-  "I am George Pierce, the twin, brother  of Henry Pierce whom you niuxderfcd'in  St. JxnuB one year ago,"  The stranger threw oft-liis cloak and  false be>:ird, and stood before the cowed  desperado���Hyperion facing a-Satyr.  . "Stand back; jnen, and,-let us have it'  out. Coward and-murderer- though this  Snively is,, I will give him a chance for  his vile life���"1    r.'\ '  .. The men dropped tinek and Snively  eudd.en'J.y. raisccf.,lus pistol nn.d fired.  He was in the.uef/Of eoy;kinghiBpistol  ;ign.ln,' when the young stranger raiwed  liis arm. ..-..'���   -..-..'.  A crack, a pulE of silvery ijaapke and a  criui.son spot, in the center of,tho inan's  forehead, who lay dead before-the.barroom door.    '. ' /  One  hour, after  this George Pierce  j shook' hands with Ari'linr Ly'r>ii.c'' and  vork- away from the mduntuin erunn1, the  CANADIAN PACIFIC  E.AILWAY  IPERIAl LIMITED  u  5)  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens,  High grade movements in  ctold, gold filled or silver  cases,  W. F. TATE.  Official Watch Kcpairer for  0. P. #���  CKANBItOOKj li., (j.  Service for the year 1900 will  uo wjiuiiiuHCtiu jumc iwin.  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