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Array SBS3B  .��j?'  t J-  -^IMMh'y  ?���    .* . 'li-'  t. - ."*.5tt-|��-  //  -1ft--'ff, A^Zk.  CJ'".1ar'"T   Jf"   ...jr-^'.r.V'',  .��   ,,��<.��������<  GO  '|-0  Till"      .  ���JCI3. SCH.viCl'. Prop.    X (��k:J*i:c n  VA *     Eg  w  iSas/  ��tf       f-S    r��A   Fi?   ^  T'" *       tut ��� r^o   J *��  &3  e,  JKkP' Jfi��^  /  /  FRESH PLUMS,*"BAN-  fi      7  anas, Oranges, Berries.  i,  LE.JOXS, 2o<-tt, per doi-en at  -^fflflCS^^ ELMER'S  ?.-;���,.:. &"OI,?-i, NO. Ii-  ���*-*4gjjf ?  ->$ v*7 ^'^s:- *-":/%;*��� ���--���fe-^r*;-  T* ��� <*t'^T' ���***��. ���"Js*.-"'**."1'. v  ' . *tj��y'  'l.  '���^  ~<*��">iCS'*?'r .air  iL  ����������      55        MOYIE, B. G��� JULY 20.190L  OfiTEBlW"0IW|,~~"  $2 A YEAR  - LOCAL    .MEWS.  ^ifiP- AndMnookdowB. in prices xvill commence  'sVjyi'.' f"  I I"  Monday, July 1st, J9OI, ���"���  "     , ' ' FIliST"ll6uNJ).  CLOTJIINO���Fmo'lweed'emts from So.00 up tb $20.00.  .-���#*.\.jm ,     , SECpND BOUND.  '^eV^'wfe UNDERWEAR���Full suits from 'if 1,50 to $6.50 per suit  L"if.f'      .{jy/.-*   ;    '   ' y        '���      '   ���' ��� ,       ',    ' ?7   .   -���  , i   ,   '  ,      ... THIRD ROUND.  TOP SHIRTS���Goofl.Jiau'nBl from oO'ctss'to $2.50."  ' ���  FOURTil POUND."      '  HATS���From 25 cU to a No. i fur hat (J? !|iJ.7o.  ���'     " FIFTH ROUND.  r  Successful ' Meeting-  Board, of Trade,  |     Mis. P. D. Horns is vi tilling in   Llir.i-  1 berley thid week,  ��>J !     1>. J. Leah;; was a Cr-in'broob visitor  last Tuetdnv.  SITUATION IGIAISl)0DFF wm m: a mul  MA0.D0IALD PRESIDES!  Chas. and Tim Farrell were in Cranbrook yesterday.  John McTayish   hat-   returned   from  l.io visit, to tha eaoi..  Rossland   Miners  , Still Out  .Are  *.  f)\i BOOTS���Minovi'" ii��gisii% fllioos frjm .f3.00  Ys!    '   ' '      '   ���'' - ' . '  fror.i J?2.o0 to ?-1.75,  ������������,'���      '"    '  to  jkuc   anoet,  A' i-'ira lJrif��aa�� has bean   Oi-guiiliccl  " i. A. KIcImts lia-^'bocn Elccled  11�� Kij-ul, thief. "''     ,   "'  Tiie meeting of tlie"I\Ioyie  Lci.ird  MUl  '^cn  ii.*  ���Sfe.At the "same ..time  the  visitors will he   ^  ,1 '":/*  ;. shdwii'tile 'finest  display of Press   '$  ', ��� ���" m   ' .     (3-QQds ever shown in Moyie. " ' .*���        '^  ��� ���-, vtk \, . ' '   ''  ������* ���" ��� StL  Reot va^ue syor offered ,113  East, Kootenay for   tho  nioney.    Conic  ',     *   ' iVc " '    ' early ?.nd secure a ��� front scai.      ,       fc"  "I1        ��� U-^     <���' k       ���'  '     , '  COMPANY.', '     '  K'-'OF-.COMJfflgRCE  , * t  gPaid JUp' Capital. $8,000,000. ,  * * i  SRANBROOK BRANCH. '    ^ ���   ^   "l HUBERT HAINES, IGR  Isonie pig strings of 17-h  havo  caucjlit in Moyio lake lately. "  Creamery butler in    bricko.  uboice.   Try it.    GilppiV.  |     Dr. 0. P. Hi^'i-iuri   m.uls  a busibo.->d  I trip to Fort Steele Ur,i Sunday.' '  Cbn>\ Bivsul, of thi Sl.-Ku.'jfr.e, w��h  trade last Wedne.-.lny "evun'ing. was a \down to Nulson the first of the 'wei-k.  specially iutcicstiuu oUo. >Tev/ ulKoors j F.cy. \V. L. SheriJ.m av.h- in Cr'ati-  wt:re oil>cted fyr the ensuing tenn and {brook and Ivimberlev tlila wi-ek.  much other fiudn^.cf ^n important! Ale:c Chi.holm reUutiod homo thU  natuie   was   t ran-^ tod.   Mr. ' Fin rail; Wel* after an  e::leud^ vi.it  tbroL-li  mul Ins rennii}'   aiK|n-js fcfLtr" whicli j ihe cust.  '   '      "  the foliowiug olhcerri wore elected  A. P. llftccjonald, president.  L. A. Eickers, vice-president.  Lewis Thomson, secretary.  A LON'&'REAWN BATTL]  Tbo .tfeu   Aro   OrjliU-ly   :uvl X>t u  lilauru <if Violonce' lias yet  flocii Se��*n.  J.   A.'Harvey  was out'from   Fort  Steele laat Saturday.  The season for straw berries is about  P.os-lmid, JJ. C July IS.���The Gkm  v/i-ek of tiie .strike ehj.-.-.-- today. L-p tn  the jireser.t tiirio th.e titUHtion Mas br-i-u  en iii'ly froc inm: s>vn.-iation:i! iJo'-'iloji  iiiBpiri and tbeio i-i notliing it* ^iijiiL in  indicate thut the urogrVi'5 of the strike  will be v.-xriud in this ret-piet.  YosterJay   y.'ii:,  payday at the Wxr  E:\g\u and Centre .Star mini's for   Julv  Uiif, Vil/:s,vi,iia I'l'oqc-fi iio w.-ih   tlio   liet-,  lei- *ila ��  rrmn tf;o Stprl.  .  'OuiT wiiys on o. foul."  .Such was the' decision, of Keferee  ���lack Fan oil at, tiie bnxing con f est be-  tweun Jack Fit-^oiald and Ed CJuff'in  Morley hall }a&t fcsatuiday evening.  Tbfc'iiieu had fought two good   hard  round*-and wvi-e just  well   -s'turted   oil/  the thin! vdien tlio decision' came.    It  wi-j one of the prectioit   contests  ever  nun;: in tho Kootcuayd und it seem* d a   .  shame lo aee it t'o*'i,��--' i't did, a-- it was  apparent to all that iuat least another  round Fit,;, would iiave   had   bis   man    ���  kuoi'kfd out,    'C'iicrc v/ar, intense  ex-  (Mt.ct'.H-iu.    A b.ilbad.'izen Muvie   men  (���I'V-n-d tu pnt, up from "iCjOf) to faOl) on  lh"ir ai.in, hut th.*. l��\>riiiu niun buckud  dowo/r.nd Cull'was h .isllm.rout,of' the  rintr mil oil" to lii.s mom,  :��O0  peoj-lo   i/itajcsGCt}  ti*o  At leu-'t  conlcrft. .  At. H o'clock 0nil'stepped into the  and the company "id now completely"! r'rH'llnc- -Vi,:i closely followed by Fit/,  tbrouyh with"its employes until   work ! ^llfc--' tcok their  corners   ami  dquned "  lewrs Thomson, secretary.'        .       I season zor straw bcrr-es is about  turouyii with its employes until   work i Lnb* LS0i!- CIjeir  corners   aiui  uquneel  Executive committee :���Messrg, Mac-i��VC^    Leavt! y0l-lr order for a caso a'^.j id rtsumed.    At'ull'ihu offices'of. the | lhe Blove?    1}'M}   n-en  r^>'e  In   gopcj <^-  Konzie,  Farrell,   DoaaufniVr,   aeddf?,!^1"'6^' '" ' '    | big mine3 tbo clerks iire wking   yao'a-   condition iind looked'Coii��dent.  BeaSo and Johnston.      '       ''���"',    Mm. Peterson ,add, A^ics .Josonbino |tiotis! n}lln'S ��J tJ}u'-"   having  gone  to      v,,,10n   t.i({3G   ':''*lS'  called   both   Rieti  .. . Joh  _ . .   Auditing   coinmiMe-*M6S��PSt' J^it-: HuSiyina arrivt-cj in MoyiQ  fromr,Spu- jotljor poiaia, tbo  Round.tt-y 'in  par  ohfllVGoddfisand Beal9. '  r"    j*��n8 Hub morning. ���    , '��� | tioylay..   Probably 300 mioe;s' litjv--  Sidewalk commiUee--Me3c!ru.  Fiti'-!    i)f. Carbor,  the demtia^ is lou-itud  near the Manhattan hotel and isdolne;  rell, Johnston and' Smyth,  Fire committee���Messrs.  Johnston, i g'wl burfiiieas these days  flickers and Smyth. , ���   Junies Park" returned  fiom  The ejection of a lire chief was tbt-u  in order and L. A. P-icH-rs -AMa-els'-ted  I ��� *        !f  by acclamation, <  It was decided that the fire  brigade  would be under the supervision,of 'tho.  board of trade.  trio  territorie.-:  y mmh. w.  I  1>.  -k  ,S'-.^A.,jVlA(c3CENZii5;:Pj'02>rietof. .    .   . <r     ;_L  [The   Hotel'for tiie ! raa'sses.   Everything First  iaj every, respect.    Sample Sooms  for  1   , , Oortime rcial Men.   .  British Golamhi a  through    thu    -Vorthv/eat  r iiu rtil ay.  A yard of provention is worth miles  of cure. Window serenes at Gilpin's  30 cents each.  Barney Wilson, the, musician, was  angling for trout near Kitchener this  w��ek.      ��������� ' ���  ' ' THE '-"IltE COMMTTMEK. -    ���  The fire coinmltteii Iield' a meeting  in tne Leader nilbu Tbtu^lav eveiiiuf  Tho secremry was ius-iruoted to 'vi-iUs  for catalogues, price lists, etc. Tin  com niii tee deei.led   lo   move   the .'in..  alarm    irianj-le, down    opposite   Mi. I     ^^-siuuiertouol ^nm w^ l1L.,t  Bicker's store, thus having a tireaUrm   tl-"8 Wuek Vl*iliQK Ula ''n����J   Mr.   Mil  in each end of tne town, lho Culiolic \clliill> aooouiitaut ..or   ii." Mclnnes  church bell being tiaud   for the  norm j  end. . I  ' Tbe new-courthouse id re'eivin" it.-  ikiishiiig touches and will he ready to  occupy iu a few dayak  Gh��.^,. Sanderton oi F urn in waa beic  loft tl.o city during tlsa ljiil, fbrc-oduyy.  As a rule fcht-se have gone south, many,  to Spokane, from whieh, taaV will  branch out to tije various northwest  mining camps. Ollierd have takuu  the opportuuitj'ti* make trips to the  east. Tnfe transporiation companies  have reaped a small barveat and business will he brisk with them for the  next two weeks. :  1 o  There baa bsen no special development in tbe -u'-nation looking toward  a settlement, which seems to bo as fai  oii'as. ever. ��� Reports are in circulation  certain event.'- during the next fuw  ibiv*- will make an arrangement of the  :<Jo.  A meeting ol the volunteer iiretuon  will be held at tliis oifice next Tuesday  evening for the purpose  of  pf-rfectiuc  The   Moyie    Business    Glen's   Pro-  tbe  organization,    iivyry   member  requested Lo be present.  t.-i  "i^-v.^'.  Ail Q^Ji  V. .JDESAUliXtBlt,    I'rui).  ; * #   tt  *.^��   *^j^   Vt/  1  1  Largo sample loom in, connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters'for Commenoial and/{V1Ining Men.  L  QUEp;N   AVKN7JK,   . ���    ' ���     " ��� '    3IOY1.K,   15   0.  4jS  What About Canned Goods?  r *���  *. *  Wc have unloaded a car this week and have new on hand a  large stock in the best brauds,    Mere is a list to select from :  TOMATOES���Delhie, TarUu,   Colon-j BAKED   UJ0AN8���Willi    or  without  inl.  UrAX BEAiVS���Tiirtan, lied Cross.  1'EAS���French, Sifted. Aylmers.  SW BET POTATOES���Poverr.  PEACHES���Tartan, Uolloy.  PEAKS���Turlan, Oshawa.  ��� JLUE PLUMS���Tarlan.  LOMBARD "  UUEEN GAGE  0 i IBJtRIES���Good willies.  tomato sauce.  PACIFIC- 0AKAI3US.  SALMON���Flats or Tails.  CLAMS���Loggics.  CLAM CHOWPEJ?.  OYSTKRS���Coy-e, Blue Points.  I IE 1/ KING���Aiichovcy,   shrimp   and  tomato sauce.  SOUSED MACKREL.  B.ATAVIA SH1UMPS.  BOKLKSS���Turkov, Chicken, Duck.  ENGLISH   IiliAW'N.  STRAWBERRIES���Tartan,  Aylmor  RED JtASPBlflRKIES���Tnrtnn, Ayl- p](;.'y FEEr,  mcrs. BEEF���Corned, and Roast.  BLACK       RASPBERRIES���Tartan,, SARDT^ES���-Frenclu Canadia  Bolleys.  PINE APPLE���Chunks.  Sliced,  Whole.  BLUEBERRIES���Loggies.  () 0 OS EB IS RRT ES���Boi lev's.  LAWTON BERR1 LIS���Bolloy's.  PMMPKLN���Dulhie.  LUNC11 TO NG U E���R<*x.  CIIIPPEI) BEEF���Libhy'.-'.  DEVILED HAM.  | VIENNA SAUSAGE,  jROAST MUTTON.  [POTTED���Chicken,    Dock,   Tongue, j  Crost-e &  JJlnckweeH's.!  jl'lie .'." illtiien'.--  Picnic.  Kp|     The  St,   liu'.jiu   inillmeii'-"   picnic  larit L'u.-sd iy w i-s a grmil   affiir.     L\i..*  boys 'ivorued   li :: iiuuioiiNiy   io r c.i ��� ���  and spared no ell'jrts in making it  on-  joyabla for all wno atlendcd.    Parrel's  platform ac the park wxs the  scene  of  a livelv aud happv crowd all afterinun  and  evening.      Mujsr--    W.lson    un-i  Murphy    furnished    excellent,   music,  and Chas.  Klingersmith  ailiciitel   as  prom'ptor.    The following is   tho  pro  cram, which was very app.-opriate and  up to date for the occasion :  The Concentrator waltz  Ciu.shcrmen's line down quadrille.  Train way schotti-cho.  Coarse-Jigineu's Spanish waltz. ���  L-ish's French minuet.  Kuntingdnn brcakdo'.vii quadrille  Tho Cauldrons are coiniug two  .step.  Wljfley tablo waltz, '   ,  Van nor bun ton gavoto.  Fire Alarm lancers ipiaunlio.  .King's own polka.  Fine Jigmen'a emu* >v,ilt/..  Sinitlds coiispronrit'il Oxford   minU' I  FitKgibliou'.-: plain Wi-.lti.  Big M.ic'.s rou-^h (pi.-.drille.  Night shift Spanisli *valU.  CampbcU's highland t-chol tiiohe.  Mimty'n I'li-otrio two slop.  l>oug gins:; rye wnlu.  Ore loaders' qti ulrillo.  Surveycrs smootli Jersey.  Irish heel -'ind toe polka.  Mule skinners' favorite lancers.  The big dutchtnan's schotlisehc.  Mod lev.  tective.Association has disbanded. Jt  is likely thu hotel men will organize  themselves for their own protection.  Dick McGlure was down lro.-n  Kitchener this week, where he and  Bob, Mills are proapesluig. They  have located some very good claims.  -Eanie Small, Al McDermot. Corey  Du'.v and F. O. Cbtpp of Cranbrodl'  weie out lu Moyie last Saturday to  witness the boxiug coutest.  Floor oilcloths and linoleum in G  and 12 foot widths at Gilpin's.  Methodist seivises   will  be   held  in  the Odd Fellows' ball, by Fv-i\'.   W.   L.  Sderidan, Sunday at .fl o'clock   in  the  morning and S o'clock it* flju evening,  A  freight- train   ran   into  a    niiih'  team   nnd   wagon 'near   Aldruixo   tpis  this moruing.    One   mule   was   killed  ami the wagon was badly smashed   up.  By the overturning of  n  lamp   fire  broke oiu in   tho   Cranston  house   on  Queen's avenue last  Monday  evening,  J but the Hames wore' extinguished   be-  | tore much damage was done.  : J. StL-wart. MacEachern is tho hap-  I piost man iu town this week. H..-  ! faoo is wrcathoil   in   smiles,   and   l.L-  ii'ifllculty easier than at present, but  when titled thu reports are more street  rumors.       c  idle tAihies nuw working-arc'the Iron  Matk. i. X. L., Arew St. Elmo, Home-  staice and Spnzei. Three of these are  shipping, but, the aggieg.iie output,  will only bo a -jhadow of the ordinary  tonnage of the camp, while the payroll  for I be iieriod of the strike wiil be but  a fraction of the turn ordinarily distributed'among lho miners of the  camp.  3Ioyio lias a C!iin:im-iii.  O.ving no <loilbt to   the   scarcity   of  white help :dl over Uie country, thu1 to  its   present'prosperous condition,   and  the'fact of tbe hotels iu   ihe   town   b>:  ing overcrowded, it seemed to   become  necessary this \v.ak to install n C iica-  nuin as cook in   the  "mess"   house   ol  ;heSt.   Eugene- Mijiing   Go.    This   is  the first Chinaman to locale iu   Moyie  since the  succcss-fi-l  -poye   was  nuule j'^'^'^' G  by tbe miners union, am'   the   business J '**' S" ^' ^  canio up to thQ sqricclj stniliog;" ��� Tu{?  iipst IbiVpliljo,first joijnd {Vas'/taKaq  lip in sparring; lot* wji!<J> ,bub in ti)*-  last half they gob'tlon'rj to business am,!  did some pretty .tyoxk, At the end of  ���the round honors were about even.  .The .second round \Vas' fast aud  fuiiom. Fitz was lho a'ggresj-or from,  the start, aiid got in dwveral good jabi!  on OufF, rushing nim *.o thy ropes a  lime or two. Cuff tried difl'div.nt  scheme's to get to his man, but to of  no avail, as Fiiz was too much for him.  Ad the end of this round Cuff's nose  was ble.iumg .-md he looked so mo T bait  dazed. - tf  The thh'd round surtcd of nicely  and ,Fitz was landing on his man* aj;  will. They bad fought about y<  minute when !,!>ey clinched. The re-  referee stopped between themj but it is  ciuitned by'bim tbat^il-- struck 'C.tiff  before tiiey were properly seperaled'.  The niajoiity ol the bystander^  claim it was'no Jopl, aud w;ere yery.  much angered at iherotcree's decisjo-^  An cilbrt is bujng made to go{, F;l^.  gci-alcl matched with Gofjf or Burns-  but as yet nothing definite lias been  arrived at.  men to got rid of tbeni, ar,d jjii pres-  eiice is oie-uing cui:3jdc---i'hblc mif-iycra-  ble coumifiit.  To CoJfjIjraU* r,;;I;o;* I)ay.  At tho last mealing of, the Moyie  ininero' uuion it was decided, to celebrate Labor day, September 2. and  chey invito the cili/.ens and business  men of the town to join with them. It  is thu intention to have a big p.ir.ule,  I sport.*, etc. in tho day time and to give  [a ball   in    tlio   evening     Toe fullow  ,;,.,, ,, ,,.    , , ,,   ,     l,IMS  :l!?  il  cunimittee   was   atipuint.-d : i  iivulat his home���a seven pound bnb\ |V,       ,,   ,,       ,,    ,,    .���     .        ,  (r. , ���" ���        '  j Joint   McDonald,  p.   P.   rimytii,   Abe]  �� * -i Legyctl, Peter Cairig-ui ami S. J. Maud).  Editor Simpson, oi   tho  Cranbrool: i - - '  Herald was down to Moyio last   Mori- \ Calves .u<> *.��a<i Vt>n. \  day lo attend th.e meeting uf  tlio   Odd      .Tv/o of Bob. Smith's c.tlvc- Jieil i.u-t  Fellow's lodge.     .Mr.   Simpson   ropre  sscutod Wildcy   lodge ' in   Uie   recent  if.'iuiiimo convention and lie was   hen*  for the purpose of making a report.  I. O. O. I-*. Olllccrs.  Following is .-i lisbofthe oflicers   ii-  the loci I Oii.l  Fellow-,'   lodge   fur   the  uo.*:t six months:  Noble GranUrrrP. I. Moore.  Vice Giauil���S. J. MacEachern.  Recording Socr'y^-A.  W.   Sutherland,  Financial Secr'y-���A. D. D.rutnmoml.  'LVeasuier G- T. McGregor.  Warden���Frank Dan by.        '  ,  Gunductor--nr. lliggins.  -J. J. Murphy.  -D.J.Johnson,  ���O. A. Foote.  Fd   S. S.���F.   J,  SiHylll.d  The other vacancies will be iillei}  later. /Die lodge, ia in a good financial  Gondiiion.  ! L- S. Y. G.t  gonernl   manner   bespeaks  joy.     The  cau.-*e of all this is due to n  recent   at  Thursday morning at .'.bout 'the .-.une  {time in a niysteriuii.s manner. After  j they died IJob. cut into their .-tua.aehs  and foiind a bunch of lead foil   ���������.   big  as a man's list in c:u:  In Gallon Pie Fruits wc arc complete, and will 'beypleased lo  quote prices,..which we guarantee will be. lower than prices-  elsewhere. y  Tiie St. Ku��r(*��a Dw-elllHif.  ���Work is progressing f.i vombly on I\Ii  Cronin'-' residence near the St. Eucen,  mill.    The    cirponter    work    is    wel. i  "Vr-iS   g*r)  fi*i\  llntol Oliaiiyos O-.vxit-r*,  .Last Saluiday evening Mie Cojiud-  pohlau hotel cb'.angod hands from T.  V. Lowhey to Jake Nelson. Mr. Nelson Ibas had a" great dCalof experienoe  iu'lhediotol business, aiid. he intends  conducting his house in such a ,m;i:l-i  iier.as'fco merit a large patronage. Mr.'  ��� and Mrs. Lpwuey liave left for Spokane..  During their rosiuWos iii .Moyie   they  made many friends,  and   their  dopi'r- { ayli' addressod stnmned (.'.uvIoik*  turo frohi town is regrettod. {. .      ! aEor':!W Caxtou 3ldS., chiciigo  Hi  ."���I'M-hii'si-v lfnins-'Juijtalletl.  The machinery for tho new  sawmill  lis being transfered   from, cars   to   th��  j scow m\d hauled to the mill site above  down, whore   it   is   being  installed   aa,  fast as it, arrive*-.    The gasoline launch  is used tor lowing the   binge   aud  can  be   n-eil   to   good   advantage,   for   this  purpose.  ;*i*"ctiii ouoiauuiK.  ^  New     York,   July   LS.-^Bar silver,  ���^l   cents.    L-a.l,   price    f.,r    miners  iind smcltor*, sji4.;-57^ at tbe close. Copper, broken' price. *L7.00.  London, July 18.���LjiuJ xl2 2s. (id.  APURECSRAPC   OBISAM   OP TARTAR   POWDER  ioolcu   a-  if il had been in  .-ome days,  th  ���ir   slomiicha   fi.r  .It lho St.  Kukcx;.  here have  ken   no   iu*.v  along, the fireplaces and chimney*  have been built and.some of the. paint  ing has been done. When completed  it will be. the handsomest residence in  town. ,        /.  '-, I l-Jas; been    in  ^VA^TKU-^l^WOKTOY^ ANh.WO- j T',0kuUe .' ni0St of   ^  lueii.to trnvol and lulvci-tisc for old established ! n''*- .Vt:t- rellirnf-d'; |   ._  house of solid financial s'tnmling-.- Salary ^7*50 ,i j'��� -.-,: y���--*- ���������-���- -     ' '  yearBiKlGxlisuses, all nnyc.blo iii ca.*;li.   Koeiin-j {.'nstoms OHUmt Clark "itisyiuij-.'  Vfushig required.   Give, refercuccd imd  eiielosoi      ou.        n\ .  i '  , _ j       ull.Ui.     wI,' 11 k<  -Hidross iiiun  lievojop  jnientsat ihe St., Eugene ���mine   during'  j the week.    There are   -tiii   about   lOU '  | men on the payroll. :. Man'age'r Cronin I  IS'ulsoii,   Possla.ud   and I  week,  and   iin> '  BOAT FOR SALE���l7rice  ���uarticulars.apply at this ofijei  customs . oiiieer at-!  ��� Fort Steele is still missing. Seardiing j  j parties have been scouring the colin'ti V !  Si").     i''or|      Go to the   Homo   Biikcry , h>r  d-ouv i nud -the   river   ndir,   town    ha-  ,    ,      .  ; breaJ, pios and c.ikos. "i    "i thoroughly div.ggb'd.    ,.'  Mien  Highest Honors, World's Fair1  Gold  Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoic|.  Unking  povjlers   cuiitaizUtig  .-.i.-lum.   They :w-o iirjui-ions to UcaUl* I."  if  i'IiIu , .-      j |)i  1   i' \ !.��,* U       .'    ...I        **  77^  &*  } / u };>' -    _ * y ,1 -;.  fV'ffe    vf"':.  ��� ,.*  r<   .  >,���  . .y  !���  i,c  -    J   ,  sr  'fr  ' V  7 '  ,1-1  " I  '�����  ���������'.',  I,* I  ���i  '(,  tfk  in',-J  !d  . ,1  II!  *Yli '  '; 1 ,  4"-  i ' w  i   ,  5  , i  M'  T         'J  M   ,*  '    t  -i!"  ''.7-7  ii,1 ���  5.  1 .r  ���.  s' - ",  1 *������"  r it  -j,  >y  '' i  1 l!  M  it i>?yy{:  i     .    .\ . ,    ^ ,  y.  .*f if  l S4  K  -  id-    .  ft ?>& y .j  [-���.'������I^K'i .  '   iNiwi'-.:'^:!  hl'dij-''i��< ! 7'v-  d^'ik,^.,  -dkf-P^.   >'ij-ji  >',��� ftf/r  ( , j ��� I  -l\I$Krt^*J��|  j    J*   I    IBT-i     ��        '        f *C*        ''tl  t .yrf-Si'K i-'Jiv, b  i'dvlri', dMilj  ''��� !���'���" "*J"'4'-;'  i'k-h.f ,.������.���������   h;  , ���!. id: .-���������-:{ i��  ' 'i   A   7?-?,  it    '';';  -yd* ' "jU ?:,  -���i'ilj  .['''',<*;ril  r '-{il' '.' '? i-  :* ..i'-l ���!''< 'I Js!  -   : IJj: -"-'J i *ii  life' d  t;  Vi'ii  ' -J 1 i f  #S^:7H  j :���}"������ '"d  j  ��*i >t., ���   d   "  h * f;-f ��� -'u f d  Nkk!iii  d '.'llF-d - i'Mi  I    i p��     "    f 11  t.'tPi  ��� I !"-,|"t',  ', i.r��.fJ -  ���it  t-ir*  I   I   A  7C  - u'-'  ��� if  F     *f  ' f d  lii'S  t  .!  f I"  ll 1  Bffl I0IIE LHADEB.  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  -   -    I'ablf short.  At last Calamity Jano h'S bumd a  home in which to upend tbe liriuainder  <-i her days.    Calamity Jane ha.-   been  Published in the mtcresl of the people- j,,n *'-�� :'''-"'"��^er since- .-he was i-   ; onng  iciil She rendered valuable s-ervices  i" <dil-fer, Reno, Egan and other Indian fighters in early days. Of late  ye.:r< .die has drifted about the ptatu of  Montana from place to place making  a livelihood as be^t she could. She  has been taken to the home of Mrs.  Blake at Buffalo, where she can live  in luxurv.  B\ .r. s.itvrn ��t co.,  BATES OI' SUlWrr.IPTION.  Oac Year  .?2.0C  SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1901.  Harvey    &   McOarter  FORT STEELE, B.C  IJan-t'j, McCarter & Alexander.  I.  'fISRME, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  Mining1 Stock  66  rv*y*  The St. Eugene mine  Nelson   Tribune:    As  long  as   the |  muckers in every camp   in   Ivootenay  Produced '    more    ' lead land YalO, witirthe single exception o*f  during- the year  l90O|Ro,-sl!in,J�� are seeing ��3 �� day the  than any other' single',n"ckfr8',at R^fa^.fl,l,,not1 b0 ex"  - ��-       pejted to work for y2.i)i)   a   dav   with  GBAHBKOOK.  Daily market prices   by   wire  from Spokane.  THE- POST   OFFICE  'DRUG &, STATIONUllV STORE.  TOILET ARTICLES,;  PATENT MEDICINES,  05-EIOB STATIONERY.  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  P. D. HOPE,  I  f^^\   f \ "��i  Arrangements have been made to  enable Moyie people to clear customs goods through BEALE & EL-  WELL, and thus save trouble and-  expense. If you have goods to be  cleared call on  tw  1    ��  r-'���  r  producer in the Prov-  ince, or nearly"as much  as the combined output  of the entire Slocan district.���Minister of Mines.  The millmeu made a big success of  their picnic. They proved themselves  alright, alright.'  l.,��MnMW!MJI��Mt*'^J.lMl^Jua  Bank naanagors should be doubly  careful in future. The Younger Pros,  are again at large.  any  great   deities' of  contcdness.    A  strike   had to   -come.    It   has   come.  The   blame  for its   coming  rests,  in  the opinion of (be   Tribune, on   mine  managers McDonald and Ivirby. These  two men have done   much   to  create  discontent and ill feeling   not only   at  Rossland but throughout Southeastern  British Columbia.    It is to  be   hoped  that   men   of   their   peculiar   mental  composition will uot ue able to secure  high  positions   in'   any  other mining  camp in the province.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Clienust .-md Druggist,  .MOVIE, li. C  *7^*y^*utyM^eg>  Notary Puni-rc, Accountant,    C05DlISi3I0N    AND  Insukance Agent.  Moyie,  B, C.  Why Does Every  body Prefer  The,cool and refreshing breezes oif  the lake makes Moyie an ideal summer resort. And ��� ihe people aro be  ginning to appreciate this fact.  A.Chicago youth believes in following the flag, It dropped out of a 3rd  story window,'and he. went after it.  Theraytvas a funeral.  Fernie seems to be a  hot   bed  for  , isriiie     lighters���broken * Uown     and  A Mun'ri rare.     '      '  Man that i.s born of woman, is small  potatoes and few; iii a hill:' In infancy  he is full of colic and catnip   tea,  and  in old age he is full of cuss words  and  rheumatism,    In'   youth   his mother  taketh him across,her knee and sweetens Ins life with her slipper, and when  he is a man grown the  sheriff pursu-  etb huri all the days  of his  life.    He  spreadeth like a bay tree.    He   gettctb  into office and hia friends cling to hini  like flies to a sugar   barrel.    He   swel-  . F. GURD,  r l ���  BAKBISTElt, SOX.ICITOU, ETC.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Because It's the best and is"constantly  kept on band,'iby the only whplesaler  in EastJICootenay.  E.J.PELTIER,  .   , CRANBROOK, B. C. '  ii  . i.'  Gents'-   Furnishings,  :oots5  Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent." '   o  -   NEW   YORKLIFJ3,  .LONDON AND LANCASHIRE.  PHCENIX OF BROOKLYN  *"��� *  'Insurance Co.''*  Fort Steele. B. C.  LAKE   VIEW  HOUSE  LAKE  HUORE  ADDITION.'  Board $6.00 Per Week.  MRS. WHITEHEAD,  Proprietress. .  COME AND SI3R U��.  Victoria Ave., Moyii-;, b.  otherwise���judging from   the , number jleL!l v,''i^i VRa'ity aiu* cutteth ice  for  a  that were in  evidence at  the contest J whjlc> bl^ ]'s heweth down'at the  next,  Here Saturday evening.  Reports come tliat the big mirics in  the Slocan  are   resiimiug operations.  convention and is cast into the salt  box, arid his name is Dennis. Out of  office unci out of friends he soon gets  busted, and belli   down   iu - the   cow  '    C P, HIGGINS.'.  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICE���FAUHELL  BLOCK.   *  MOYIE, British Coiumbia.  ���--V  ON THE  This is good news if true. It will as- P^stllre beside the still waters of the  sist tho idle nien .df Possland and' l>rook. He dieth ont of the world'and  other   camp's    in   tiding    themselves  g��eth where.it is warni, enough wy.li  oyer their present diiliculties.  The Cranbrook Herald is taking the  only course open to a live newspaper  in a western town. It is takiug the  part of the men who helped to uui,ke it  possible for the support, of botli the  Herald and lis editor and clie live  churches and their pastors!  out clothes.    The biat end of this maii  is worse that the beginning;���Ex.  n iiiiiwi mi mini i n iMPiiiiiimm���  City   Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.      '  LOT FOR SALE���Lot on Tavistock  street in Lake Shore addition. For.  particulars apply at this ofiice.  . It seems strange that a mine like  the St. Eugene can work its miners  eight hour shifts, pay, the standard  fccale of wages and declare dividends.'  and mines like the he lioi and. War  pagie, which are considered superior,  cannot do the same thing. There's a  screw loose somewhere.  WANTFD���TJRU3TWOUTHY .11 UN AND WO-  uxcli to (ravel and advertise ;or old established,  house ol bohd iiuaueial staudiiijj. Salary -f/sOa  year and expsuses, all Djyable iu cash. No can-  va��iug required. Give icierenee!' and eneiose  tell addressed stamped eiiv'ope, Address Man  ager, 355 Caxtou Bldg,, Ghicasd, ' *M  PC3UR3N  , Why is it that the Cn P. R, is ao  ivilling to spend thousands' in loss of  rolling stock, premiums lo non-union  .labor and advancement in pay without an agreement rather than recognize th.e trackmen's union aud concede lo them the right of a living  wage?  ���rcy�� ^ij rrii-i* ixs.i >^ 'ivws'  ��� Phc'cnix and ether towns throughout the Kootenays are going to celebrate Labor liay, September second.  ���Moyie being almost a strictly, labor  camp should fall in line with its siator  ������towns aud celebrate also. It should  be the day selected out of the year for  Moyie's big celebration.  WCBaru.1!^! ��� r "Jm** *�������*���  ��� Throe United States presidents'  ���widows are living. Mrs. Grant makes  her homo in Washingten ; Mrs. Mar-  *ri&on livet; iu Indianapolis and Mrs.  Garfield at Mentor, Ohio. Pucbauan's  niece and Aithur's sister, both proin-  ���incutin Wathingtcci) daring t!:u ad-  "ministration of these presidents. lI:!1  survive.  Notice to l)elenq.uent Co-Owner.  To Joseph. Wilinshurbl, or to auy jierF.ou Or  persous lo 'jflioia he may have tiansterred his  iutercst in the'Iron 3louutain liuueiivl cJaim,  situated at the foot oi iloyie lake ia the Fori  Steele Mining Division ol' the district of East  Kootenay, B. 0. iiutl recorded in tbe iccorder's  oillce of the Fcrt Steele Mining Division.  YOU; aud each of you, are hereby uot'liod thai  1 liave expended two humdrcd doU:its in labor  i ud iinpro\'cmer'.t(i upon' the above mentioned  inineial claim iu order to hold said miucra  claim, under the provisions of the miner",] act  and if within ninety days from the date of tins  uoucc you fail or refuse to contribute your  poroporlion of such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising, your interests iu said  claim" will become the property of ihe sub  seriber under t'eetiou-I of an act entitled "an  not to amend the Mineral Act 1900"  F. J.OIoMAUON".  Dated at Mo;ie,' B, C. rhis 7th 'lay o�� June 1001  &3m:  WBSLISS CLIXE, Vrop.  Moyui, B. C.  o  Send Your Work  To  dGITY -UDNDRY.  t - ���  'Where it  will  be Done   Satisfactory.  P. LUTNER, Prop, ' , '  WESTEfiN.-'SflPPU-  gCOMPANY,-  ���  BtfTGHEPv, SHOP.      i  r j  QUEEN'S  AVENUE: f  **. ,  ' FISH, FLESH  ��� '  AMD    FOWL  O'F THE BEST QUALITY AT -LIVING PRICES.  ^ THE   PEOSPECTOKS'   EXCHANGE  "1  -J; . .                                 >*0. 4 K.-W.-G.   I1I.OCIC, .VI3E.SOX. ii. O.                                   \  $ Go^h^, Silv>.r-lciitl and Cupper mines wanted a'L the EXCllAXQp   fj  jj ,      FREE MILLING GOLD proper(ies wanted nt'onee for Ktsn-rn   ���**  '"'-, investors.         ������'",'                     -                          "         XJlBl��'''i   ^  % ..      Pnities iiaving mining property for sale are  j-'eqfleslbiJ  to tend   r  .��? samples of their oro to tin* EXCHANGE for exhibition.        ,  *        ;  ..Jj '     We dcHire fo bear from prospectors  ivbo have   rjrortil-nc- ,ri,M   ,*?  "Jj oral claims in British Columbia.   '               "                  '   ���       ��     '       %  ^\ mj Pr0ri',Llclors uni- "lining rued arc   requested   to"-"-malto the  EX- '?���  jfj CHANGE their he.'idrjnurtcrs, when in.Nclsdn,  . <-'       ���                         *f  .'J , All samples should he ^>iit by express. PKiSPAED. l  jj Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications Id  ;j ,                  ,'             AXDUEW F. JtOftEXJiBnUEil,  <'. Telephone No. 10-L P, (>. Box 700.               '            NELSON P. C  . i-\f. *  -������V-")i  " '/iv**'  ��� ti ��i_i  I III |fil  SUfi  ps'^a  GOOD WOBK.  PHICES   V.SASOX ABLE  THE, LAKE   SHORE  Earner Shop.  Hot' Cold and Vapor Batl*3.j|  Opposite   Cosmopolitan     Hotel  Bread delivered  to any part o   the city.  IS, CAKES AM ETC.  A.MVAYS OiT IiA->*l2.;:  A. SLINN, PrbiJ.,  dAKE, NELSON, Proprietor  Miners  ,hcad(lu��irturs.    .Good ^dccpmmodalions,  for' travelers.      Beit   tot*!  '   ' , liquors- '(tud cirgais kept iustock.  Lake Shore Addition : MOYIE.'tis ft  r'*l-4  XJEDERSTADT, IUESTBRBIi <i) C6.  ���V,  W. 11. FOISY Vbob,  NOTICE.  'I'hirty days after clcte.-Iintond to tip ply to the  chief -commissione:" of "duds aud v/orJts for a  r-ipeoial license to cut aud remove limber, from  the foliowiaff location. Commencing at the  uorth easst ccrhcr po��.t, .*-ituated near tbe west  bank of Moyie riycr, oi>posite Koberta placer  mine, CO ehaius south, thence CO chain;; west,  thence ��0 chains north thence 80 chain1; east lo  the point of cou-.meuciug���010 ocres more or  lens. J. ;-.'. CHArfERTOX.  July (ith 1001. ' -1--13.  ?V!OViE DAIRY.  Freeh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice �� day. Satisfaction guaranteed. ,  , ���  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  ���' The wife of a Melhcdiat minister in  'West Verginia has been married three  times. Her maiden t aim- v/a:; Part-  bridge, her first husbands name v.*as  Jiobin, thp second Sparrow, and the  'present one Quaylc. There are now  two young Robins, one .Sparrow and  'three little Quaylcs, nnd tho family  'lives on Jay Street. That lady surely  is a bird.  ' Tho first issue of the Yrnir Minor  oorat'S to hand with C. Del Smith as  ils editor. The Mirror is bright and  newny and the jiooplo of Ymir should  ri-e that it is given liberal support. No  newspaper -rum can cni&t on wind.  He must at least have tho cold coin  io get his "patent guts'' out of the ex -  press oillce and lo make tho "ghost  WalV; for   the  poor printer . Saturday  'diifjht::. Standoffs in these cases don't  ?rc\ ',/,���'  "TOTICK.  'thirty dtys aflei date I intend to apply to the  chief oommis-ionur o'" Imuls aud worlfi for p.  .special licen-e to cut and remove timber from  the fellov ii'ic locution. Coinriieucii.g lit the  noifh east ponur po I, s.itii'ited iiecr tbo v.e^l ,'  bi'iik <���! TlIo;ie i'-.Cr oj>positu Robiiils placer  ii.nie, SO clumu I'outli, liieuce 8C eliaim, i;c-i,  tl.cuc'e "-0 chains noitli, thence SO chains ea*-t to  ;.oi::! of tcinrncn'ien.ont������t-lO act' s more or 11.*---.  JlOHMKT r.OUSON".  .iuiieiOthl'JOl. i ���10  EAST KOOTEIIilY JOTTilNG CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  i ' ,   .'*'������ "������*."*.  Areated Waters of all  r��p*1;* �� -���  Hinds.  ���>��^���--  duality not excelled in the country, fry it and  Ibe convinced;  wraw ��t=i jt-tt--*:  s-a -j'saggi^aa-ta^jr^ wynwoB frrmv***^*****'*?*  ffi^S^=!3:-5S:-5S:$^5.-5^:-5.i?Sr>3$S&r>S���5:^^  sSA'idiateo  m  NELSON,  B. C  NO'IICK.  Tliiits day.s altei date 1 in Lend 10 J.pply lo the  chier cojiiiuif sioner of lands raid \ar,.h ioi :i  special licence lo cut and icino\e timber from  the foll'��v. Jut? Mud situated oi: M��"yic ri\i*;-, Kast  Kootenay, (Jorriniencinq at a ])ot-t ou the iniiii-  mil hetv.'een NiRger.iiiec.lt i.r.d Moiie iiier  RumiinguO chains c-r.'il, IhcucefC chain ,1.01th,.  the:icc CO chains west. theiicO> SO chain : ni.lb to  the poi:-it of coi'iiacncini;���G'JO acre, more 01  los*. J^CIk'R'l RMI'-lA'.  June IGth 190.' ,   ,,    " '-Ik  ti,   __ 77;,uC7k  ���  J��"'*tike i!. hoAi.y -"i^ei*. l"..-"l i I'.'cu !l."R.. ie  inn.ciy inlenil y-Lk.,' d'lrk'.,'"'"i,ll'< r 'ii'.:e' '  iij luy r>; l,hv,   <��� u.Cl   ;o...p,���^ ;<. ll^  Oriiers Sol.'ciied.  jSoda Water  and'Syphens.'  ^Vei  1  IllrC I ��� '/l   I ���  .     . , , ' ti M ,  1  woiKiior;,   ijU ...1 la-en.'   v.i>(ic.i   l,:...i   r.t ;    (o   srji,i:i  ��.'>���*����� .   '.fCJi'ii-itSj.li.^./W''.  Afll'.J.a* ���'.ilidV.7 ;' "���'���. 'r',-,.) (J jlC.fc-Cil'jflcT. mil}  -���-i-r ,���>,<���  ,i'i:, ciu- <>-,),.' ... f /��� 1 -si- yui\- r af,  cut i.nd ci.rry aw;.'' uin'uo.- . u Uie ,'ol,,-\,j:i^-  de*-iTibi'cManusMtu.-,te(l iu tho -\ iciii^t \*  o.   Ihe  upi>u7 ?.'o\ if l|ir:i" to\. i I ��� k'Ji.iu e���s( , u,:i;.r  po^l iilini-"il Miout ���'���{ 11.lie:; north ni'M oi ilic  Mono river hills; thence ��� went eighty chnliiM,  thence north HO chuiiiH, theiio.e cast SO ehajus,  thence south 80 cnaius to   the   place   of  com-  mepcemeut.    '   7  , BKN J. R'Y.f/iCV,  3loyic,-11. c.-reb. 23th 1001. .:''���'     c-pj'  '.'���!* I  U'  S>."    il;-  yy  1.-*: 1 1 ;   .  .'- .. i>i'i- 1,  '-*���'' s. > *  fi *-', ���. ^1 -1  "���. .,-*i. ui-i-ioyi t"ni-��'ii  i... ���. . - r.TH ",i ���- p ' ',*3{,j.  'Il-'      1       '*'    ill.'    < <     ���*.   -ft  (    ''TO  '>  '.'l     I ,      c J" "'   '  '1 WC'OKl?. I<fill!.'::it t  f* joitrtuili '.t'l^rn-.s. ,<���������;  ntf'ahyall nev/srtftiiiie...  ly M IOq.3^8^^ if mi W\{  , Srntich OO'tifi. ..W5 Ji' St��� Waahirjcrton- p, C��  .10!1>*    iJARKISU,    J>.    I>.    S.,    L.    1>.    s.  B?EKfT)tSriTo  OfRca'andAPcsido;icc    ORANBROOK  GET Y0UE.  PICTURES PRAlHEi)  Prest, the.photographer, has just received the finest lot  of _ 'mouldings in,  East Kootenay.  (ii  (ii  (i)  /|>  <a  a\  <t<  (t)  &  ft  ft  ft  ft  (.1/  vl?  W  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  '|\   JlOl'IE,  ��/  if A  ^.trS  JOBJvM'dX   BEOS.  Hotel io fre& jyui well Eurnislied.. The .  ahles, are Supplied -With tiie Best \,he f  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with!  the j^est Brands of Liqubrs and Cigars. |  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEEE. -        }  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMKkc'UL t  ^  AND MINING MSN        - ,   .      J  -��� -        _��� ��� siiciTTish boLb.Mi^A * |  ***** ri~T,-nw<^f^^f*^rw*rT��vrjrTr,��V'n.,|*iu>^A'r��*v^uw  ���aawwcaruuw w.t'wnpfc^  ���uwi.i>��HFwwa'n^w.��trtj*ii.tjH,j(i.,i4J ���i*" *T  ???,��  ii  ��K  FOE FINE  ten      g     _  ABDB^BS  W. A. Prest  tf**^,  i-c��f,"*r -c.--  ���3lt'PTT\  *"-*.j��  yrv* *^A-'  ��� ���-���i*)^A.��j*.-v -c A-tHtit^vmurr't���s^ji xj woi'tfo t��ltnnini<��uub��  T4  A ]i.-t;i';.-!.-.!iici>--;5!\-.-lTr,!,,-*il WCOKI7. I<fili!.'::it clr-  cii!:i!.i(ii". ('i" anv K'!lenl.!Mn joiirr\>ili 'fi^rn-.s ft,'! a  .ve.-ir- f.-iir aiontha, 51.. Stf'dhyall iiev/y(i*[ilt,n.  \ )i!''.'>y'-';ipher,  Cwirtiroflii,     Kloyic,     J<*oi-l- Stuelo.  V/ill Visit Moyie on  Tuwday. and Wcd�����, d, ! CRANBROOK BRilNGH  amm bam -of  Paid Op. Capital  38,000,000.  ���'.'HUBERT  MJR  1 ri i  �����- V    %  It  I *t?T  t  I  m  it  y-'i  aiic-i  ���S  ���dc. c  Gc  chile  infla  advi  have  life.  A :  ���ARD  and  all r  I sen  exper  crs.  Tig  is a  M  -��- it &  >  1  48  t  . #  1  $  !-���-  "���"   ..  -,^-  &'  k  .    4'  1  j<  r  .      *".  'Or  ft  I*'  ����  I  I,  ��� i  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  "��� '4  i -  .'I  f- '���  r  *��> ��  8HEPATIENTLY  BORE DISGRACE  A Sad Letter from a Lady Whos*  Husband Was Dissipated.  iU  ���4*��  How,She Cured Him With a Secret  Remedy.  >, i  japrivatious     due,  if'drink ing habits.  ���$$��� "'I had for years patiently    borne  |4the'disgrace,    suffering, misery    and  to'    my  husband's  Hearing-   of     your  -marvellous   remedy  for  the   cure     of  , drunkenness,   which I could give my  husband secretly, I "decided-to try it.  I procured, a package and mixed   'it  ih. liis food  and coffee,  and,  as    the  remedy was  odorless and     tasteless,  he did not know what it was    that  so   quickly  relieved  his   craving-     for  liquor.   He  soon  began to  pick     up  fleshy his appetite, for solid, food re-!  turned, he,stuck to his work regularly, and we no,\y, have a happy home.  After' he was completely cured I told  him what I had done,  when he    acknowledged that it had been his, saving,  as he <had not the resolution  to  break oil of his own accord.    I heartily advise all  women  afflicyted as    I  was - to give your remedy a trial."  .      SENT    FREE TO  ALL.���A' sample  ���   package.of   Tasteless'   Samaria Prescription SENT PJ1EE with.full par-  _  titulars in plain sealed envelope. All  h' letters  considered .'sacredly  confi'den-  ��� tial.      Address  The Samaria Remedy  ��Co., 30'Jordan street, Toronto,  One.  His Hnir Stood on Knd.  "Up to five years ago," said a pros-  pector to a St. Louis Republic reporter  I didn't believe in such a thing as a  mans hair standing on end." And  then the old gentleman told the story  of the fright that led him to change  his mind:  "I was in the mountains of Idaho  with a friend, and we ran short of  fresh meat, so one day I took my gun  and started off alone. I went into a  ravine and was making my way along  a little brook when I came suddenly  upon a'queer sight. Not four feet in  front of me, in the full blaze of the  sun, lay four mountain lions asleep. ,  "For half a minute I thought them  dead, but as I stood staring at them,  with my heart in my mouth, every one  of them sprank up with a growl. * And  they faced around at me,rlooking ugly  sniffing the air, with their whiskers  drawn back, showing the white line  of their teeth, switching their' tails  and looking like demons. '  "As for me, I stood rooted to the  spot. I.couldn't move from sheer fright.  A queer, numb sensation began in "my  ankles and crept up my body, and I  literally felt my hair rise.  "I stood there motionless for several  minutes. Then one pf the beasts dropped his tall- and, whined. The "others  followed his example. My presence  uij-stified them. A few seconds later  they turned about and crept ' away  down the ravine, looking back stealthi-  -E *-,W�� pr three times to see'me.���  "When they wore out of sight, I began to breathe again. I didn't care to  hunt any more that day and made for  the camp at top speed. ' That was the  time my bair stood on' end. and my  scalp was sore to the touch for a week  ti (ter ward.", ,  ''-  OWES HIS EYESIGHT  TO A MIRACLE.  INDEBTEDNESS  TO   DODD'S    KIDNEY PILLS ACKNOWLEDGED  BY  THOMAS ST. PIERRE.  Health Entirely Ile-Estuljlishetl by Doild's  Kidney Pills ��� Another Triinn-ili for  that Wonderful Item* riy ���Hi., Eyesight has been Strengthened.  '���    .How's. This?   ���  aiw ca0eeor0p\Hu!,d,i''d DolIars Reward lor  Skll'* Camrvl, tJa-fh '^ Ca,mot IjC curcd b*  W<* 'Vlu" VHf Ni^Y & CO.. Props , Toledo, O.  ChPiftv f I ".^cr-'g-ujd,  have   Wvn, F. J.  'winilfiV,I��T'ay? '" rt-' ',����l"���� transactions,  madlVS Ann'. �� T" ��" ^ ^*->tion\  VVkst&'Dujax.W holcsalc llrucgins Tel  WAI.D1SO.      KlSSTAN    &     AlAKVli;    WhC  Halls C'.itnrrh Cure is tak.'-n internally net-  t��*?nf%tb' UI,on l,|g" b,ood ��-"<' muS-us ear-  % ii,   S.gB'   s'    'estimonials free  Hall's Family; PiU are the b*,t       ,  St. Epi, Que., June 2-��.���(Special)���  One c year ��� ago a miracle was announced .ii'Chicago'. E. A. Wade, the  great rriminal lawyer, regained hi."  sight after, having for years��� been totally olind. His ca��e was published  throughout the length and breadth of  America, and it attracted more at-  tion to Dodd's Kidney' Pills than any  medicine ever got before. For it Avas  Dodd's Kidney Pills that restored  his sight.'  A aimiku- case has turned up in the  village of St. Epi, Quo.   Though this  sufferer was hot stone blind, his eyes  nevertheless were  utterly useless     to  him by lamplight. And they have been  completely restored by Dodd's Kidney  Pills,, which is another point of similarity. ��� ���  , There is no attempt made to    assert  Dodd's Kidney Pills are  a "cur��-  for  blindnc-es'd   'Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  are the greatest kidney medicine ever'  known.   That is  tho claim made for  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and there is evidence enough  to  prove     that  claim.  But in cases where    Kidney Disease  has  left poisons  in' the blood,    and  The Height of the Table.  There was a certain .Major X. who  had for some years enjoyed the reputa-,  tion of being one of the wildest men in  India. Making a call on one occasion  on a mess, he found,Captain Z., whom  he wanted, out, but the mess waiter assured him that the latter would soon  return, wherefore he waited in the an-"  teroom.  A few minutes later the mess sergeant, happening tn pass the window,  noticed to his surprise that Major X.  had passed into the messroom beyond  and was applying a  tape measure to  the mess table.   Naturally considering  this an- odd proceeding, he mentioned  it later on in the day to Captain Z., who  took counsel and then begged a favor  of the colonel, which was to allow an  Inch to be sawed'off the table legs.  In  due course Major X. was invited to dinner, and the mess was there to a man.  As was expected, during dessert he  contrived to lead the conversation on to  guessing heights, and from that to offering to bet on the present mahogany  was but a, step. They took him ou, from  colonel down to the youngest sub. Even  the chaplain could not resist the temptation to .chastise the unrighteous and j  ventured liis,mite.   The challenger bet  first, just an eighth of an ,inch beyond  the old height, and then the mess, in rotation, guessed exactly the same, and  nil guessed exactly right.  He was done  completely.���Loudon Free Lance.  Sozodont ** tteTeeth��*dMouth 25c  tinztsTL/  ���$&- id Hue, /ZiMirn/  J' j, /   / ��.y nn ' IU.  "���  y&^MAt&^t&'CA^  *P  m  BY THE CASE OF MRS. HARRISON  OF ORANGEVILLE.  She Was Completely Jttun Jjown" ��� Hacked  with Pains i., lhr- Jtaek, ,11,-ad and Limb,  ���Again K juicing In. Good Health.  leep, MDfiSFS LDflKEHT li tie Hous.  Ii a man is a m'llionairc he, can'  say all the fool things he wants'to  without impairing his reputation for  wisdom. r -   ,  .Ninety-six  per, cent ,  of all  deaths  the said poisons attacking the weak- from whooping cough and 90 per  est spot,-injure the eye, Dodd's Kid- cent of deaths from measles occur in  noy  pills, are  just     as     infallible  as   children under 5 vn,rc 7n,i  edo.O.  hol,eiu��l<\  The gift of the gab isn't always'an  acceptable present. '  The female who has'money out at  Interest  is not a poor loan woman.  I..  I.  **.  -V-v.  . '-*V'  -v-i ���  $* '*  ���'- y  -���. u ���  .     -f -J !*j  r"&*  '���-^-v3  *- "N  ���' 'if-  *  t  THE- -  ffnan's' (Msfian Temperance Dnfoi  ADOPT THE  if  V,  TOR the CURE of DRUNKENNESS  Letterufrom Mrs. George Grant, of  Paisley, Ont., giving particulars 'of  a cure effected by "Samaria Prescription,", resulting in its x:se��and adoption by the 1'aislby Woman's Christian Temperance' Union.  ,<���-.  'ft  h  *v,-  1   ;  ir  1  *0��  ''%���  *\j  ���;:.4  '���'A  (Copy)  Paisley, Ont., December'11th, 1900.  Tho Samaria Jtemedy Co7  30 Jordan. Su-eet,' Toronto,  Ont.  Pear Sirs.���I penned a few lines to  yon some time ago,���as a member of  the   temperance   cause,   I  wrote     for  information;  at that time I had    in  my  mind  friends  whose  son  was.   a  ,,great cause of anxiety and trouble en  account   of his     drunken  habits.      I  strongly urg,-d the friends to trv tho  remedy I 'saw advertised  in- the' Toronto   Globe.   .They  did so.   It    was  Ihe  Samaria, Kennedy     that was  od-  ministered and I am pleased  to     inform tho company the- medicine was  helpful;   the ,   young     man     has   not  drank a drop since, breaking off from  old  companions:   and  special pravern  on his  behalf,  all  aided  in  breaking  Hie chains. ^  At_the iasc meeting of the W., C.  T. U. here, I introduced your medicine for the cure of the liquor habit,  and a resolution was passed. "That  inasmuch as'it' is the aim of this organization .to help the poor inebriate,  wo should recommend this remedy in  homes where persons are acd'icted to  Kind Hcartednesa.  The gingham shirted boy had'made a  break to pass the ticket seller at the  circus entrance, but that ��� gentleman  bad caught him and rudely thrust him  back.  "Poor little devil!" said a'seedy looking man In the crowd.- "If I had the  money, rd"buy bim a ticket myself."  The crowd- looked sympathetic, but  said nothing, while tbe boy sobbed as  If,his heart would dissolve.      "  "I've only got a nickel, little feller,"  went on the seedy looking one, "and that  .won't do you no good. Say," he continued, turning .suddenly to the crowd,  ''let's do one good act in our lives. Let's  buy him a ticket."   ' '  ,  It looked for a minute as If a collection was to be started, but a benevolent looking old gentleman nipped it in  the bud by slippin-j- a half dollar into  the hand of the boy, who promptly disappeared Into the tent  "I thank you a thousand times for  that kiud act, sir," said the seedy looking man.  "You seem to take quite an interest  in the little fellow," remarked the benevolent one.  "Well," I should think I ought to,"  answered the seedy looking man proudly.    "That's the only son I got!"-  where the poison attacks the joint  of the arm or the small of the back.  That the eyesight of Thomas St.  Pierre was restored' is'but another  argument .that Dodd's, Kidney Pills  make the blood absolutely pure.  Here is Mr,.  St.  Pierre's letter -,  "I  am happy today to see my health entirely  re-established  by  Dodd's  Kidney Pills.   I owe that wonderful remedy a  thousand  thanks. '  Before  using Dodd's    Kidney Pills I had consulted' many, physicians   ��� and     taken  medicines of various kinds,  but each  made me    worse.   I had  a constant  pain   in    the back and     limbs.      At  night I could'nt res*., and I could no:  see by lamplight.    Having taken only  two boxes of Dodd'sKidneyPills I am  perfectly  cured.   My v eyesight is clear,  I advise all   those whose health  is not  good,  from  whatever  cause,  to     trv  Dodd's Kidney Pills.   Nine times du\  "of ten  they will  be exactly what    is  wanted.      Two     dollars     spent     for  Dodd's Kidney Pills    will     do  more  than millions  spent    otherwise,     fo.-  who    holds' anything  in  ' the  world  more  dear   than     health,     or   would  spare any means to save it ? "  From the Sun,  Orangeville,   Ont.  Many   cases  arc    constantly     being  brought  to  light  by  persons     being  cured by that wonderful remedy���Dr.  AVilliams'    Pink    Pills���after   doctors  have  failed   to   be  a  benefit. . Among  them may be noted  the case of Mrs.  Benjamin  Harrison,    a   well    known  lady who resides in the near vicin'ty  | of  Orangeville,   Ont.      A reporter  of  the Sun  hearing of Mrs.     Harrison's  wonderful,cure, called at her home to  inquire into    the   facts   of   the case.  Mrs.  Han-ison'" said  she was pleased  to  be  able  to     testify   to  the great  curative powers  of these pills.      She  said:    'For some years J. have been a  ' T-���  constant sufferer.    Just what  to call  JThe coinage of India last year was \iny disease I do  not know;  even  the  ��30,000,000., ,      ��� doctors  were  unable  to  diagnose  it.  I was completely run down," I had  racking pams ih my head, back and  limbs. I was unable to secure sound  sleep, and on arising in the morning  would <eel as tired as before going  to bed. My stomach was in a bad  c , . condition,  and    the    least movement  borne men    think    their   wives are (caused my heart'to palpitate violent-  lesilous  when  they   are  only   disgust- jly.   Doctors'  treatment failed to     do  of benefit to me, and I. was :'n a very  under 5 j-cars  did.  The population oik Rome is now  402,000��� a gain" of "161,582 in ten  years.  Ast for MM's apfl tale no oto.  Time is  an expert, beauty slaughterer.  How He (iirod  (he Hell.  '1 he late Father i'oyk\ 'who for yeara  was  one of  the  most  prominent  nnd  popular  Catholic  priests   in   Washing,  ton,  had a great reputation as a  wi*t.  Collie of his most intimate friends wera  ��� Protestants and members of the Prot-  estatit  clergy.    A   few" months  l-i-fort*.  his death he erecied a missionary chap,  el down by the navy yard and "boii-ht  at a juii'-shop an old  bell  which  Und  bceri  discarded   by one of the  Pro*-*-'  taut  churches.     He sent the ln>U  to a  foundry  lu' Georgetown  and   had  several inches of, met;.] pared oil' the rhii.  Having  thus,got   rid   of a' crack.' tho  harsh aud discordant tones of the bi*Jl  became   soft   and   sweet.     Meeting   j\  Presbyterian   minister  not  long .after,  Father Boyle called his'attention tc,:ha  change: 'and   the latter could  sl-arc'ely/  believe it was the same bell.  "What Jn the world did you do' to'  that bell," iixni'.red the Presbyterian  pastor, "to guise sticb a chsmge'in tha  toneV"  '���We  blessed   It aud  blessed  it  and  blessed it until we got the-Presbyterian   ���  devil out of it." retorted, Father Boyle,    '  "and  'then   it ' sounded'   all    right"  The  proprietors of  Parmelee's Pills are     .  constantly receiving letters similar to  tho     <  following, which explains itself:   Mr. i'ohn  A. Beam, Waterloo,  Ont.; writes:    "I never  used any medicine that can equal Paraaeiee'a  Pills for  Dyspepsia 'or Liver and   Kidney  Complaints.   'Ihe relief   experienced after  using them was wonderful." ; As1 a safe fam- ���  lly mediciue Parmelee's Vegetable Pills can  be given in all cases requiring a cathartic.  ed  , The pa:"n of parting is experienced  by the small boy when his mother  attempts  to  part his hair.  J ob was . a 'patient man���but Job  never had any, experience with messenger  boys.  .According to the- report of a United States consul,' there o.re in Brazil  3000,000 Germans, 1,300,000 . Italians, S00,000^ Portuguese and" 100'-  000  Spaniards.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  % TIMETABLE  21,50  7.C0  U.C0  fflNABD'S LINIMENT Lumberman's Frteni  Says a sage : "Giv.e me the man  whistles at his work." All right,old  chap, you can have him.  the uso .of intoxicating, ."-\quors.'  -Vow, sirs, wishing you a successful  career in your noble work, and feeling that assistance can be given in  Uie precincts of homo by the hand of  mother or wife, trusting God may  open up useful a.venucs for your labors, Yours very respectfully,  (Signed) MRS. GEORGE GRANT,  On behalf of Paisley W. C. T   U  FREE SAMPLE s?"fflPffi����  n on   testimonials   and price sent in   plait  Ewiyd envelope.  Enclose 2o stamp.   Adorer  THK SAMARIA REMEDY CO.. SnTTordim St  ���. .  TORONTO, Ontarit  Therr.  never was,  and  never  will   be,  ���  universal panacea, in one re-mtdy, for all ills  to which fli.sh is heir���the very nature of  many curativeo being such  that were   the  germs of other and  differently seated  dio-  oaees rooted ui the system of the  patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would ag-.  gravate   the   oth.r.    We   have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when  obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills.'   By its gradual and judicious  uso the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exerta en nature's own  restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid  despondency and luck of interest in life is a disease,  and, by tranquihzing the nerves, disposes to  sound and  refrething sleep���imparts vigor  to the action of    the blood, which,  being  stimulated, courses, throughout  the  veins,  strengthening the hea thy animal functions  of  the system, thereby making   activity a  necessary result, strengthening  the frame,  and giving life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand  increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto  have given  to Hie public their  superior Quinine *A ine at the usual rate, and,  gauged   by the opinion of   scientists, this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druggists sell It.  The soft political job is apt to fall  to the man who fought for it rather  than the one who   's fit for it.  Some persons, have periodical attacks of  Canadian cholera, dysentery or diarrhoea,  and have to use great precautions to avoid  tne disease. Change of water, cooking and  green fruit is Hire to bring on the attacks,  lo such persons we'would recommend Dr.  J. D. Kellogg'a Dysentery Cordial as beine  the best medicine in the market for ah summer complaints. If a few drops are taken  in water when the symptoms are noticed no  further trouble will be experienced.  Some women, when they talk gossip, have ,the "intense look in their  eyes that distinguishes a miser whdn  he counts his money  7 33  7.15  19.10  8.SC  6.3t  6.31  IS 00  12.33  13.15  21.23  12.15  19.10  We- often     wonder  really "ljked   lettuce.  if anyone ���   ever  S. S.  Marie, Owen  Sound,  Torontoi LVIAR  and East, Via .Lakes,   Mon., Thura I  midi-ai; 21.50  Tues ,Fri. and Sun   ilcnireal, Toronto.   New York and  ' east, via all rail, daily.   Rat     Portage    and    intermediate  points, Jlon., YTed. & Fri   Tue-.,Tluu-3. &Sat      Rat    Portage     and " i-.-.termerliate  points. Tues./riiurs, and Sat   ->ron., V7ed. aud Fri '  Moiaou, Lno  Du Bonnet  and   inter  mediate Points. Thnrs only   Portage laPrrih-ie, Brandon, Calvary  . Xekoc and all Kootenay and Coast  points, daily    Portage la Prairie, Urandon, and intermediate points, diily ex Sun....  Portage la Pra'rie. Brandon, iloo-e-l  jaw and intermediate points  daily  ex Sunday  '  Gl-.d'tone. Neepawa, .Minnedor-a and  intermediate poiate, daily ex Sun.  Slral Lake, Yorktoir and fntermetli-  r*te points, Mon., Wed. and Fri ....  Tues. Thurs., and Saturday   Ra-nd    City,     Hniuiota,,     Mnota.  Tues., Thurs. and Sat   Mon., Wed. and Fri   Morden, Deloraiue andintennedicie  points daily ex san  X.ipi-.ika, Alameda and intermediate  points, Men., Wed., Thurs. <5s Sat  Mo>* , Tues., Thurs. and Fri   Gitrnboro, Souris,  and intermediate  poi:-.:s, ctai! y ex Sun   yaijinka.Mclita, Alameda and inter  . mediate points,   Mon., Wed, Fri.  Tues., Thurs. aud Sat   Pipestone, Re* ton, Areola and interned ate points,   Mon. Wed., Fri.  Tues.. Thurs. and Sat   Frobysh're, Hirsh.  Bienfait.   Sstc-  Vfl    1 jffedC.    ���������������������������������������.,..  ......  ���>������*.  *���L\JIJ�� j ����������� >��������� ��� ��� ��� ��� ������>��� ������ ������������ ����������������� �����������  Gr.jtna, St. Paul, .'Chicago daily  Stonewall, Tuelon..Tues. Thurs, Sat  West Sell-irk Mon, Wed, Fri 18 30  West Selkirk Tues. Thurs, Sat  Emer'on Mon. Wetland Fri I 7.n0  S.30'^.>  8.8.:  s.s:  7.40  7.4Q  7.30  7.SD  7.S0  0  1-1.10  12 2 J  19.10  19.10  19.2)  19.20  1S.-15  1S.J5  18.45  discouraged  state when  a friend  ad  vised ,/me to   try Dr.    Williams'. Pink  Pills.     Thinking that they might relieve me a little I procured'a supply  and  began taking them according' to  directions.      From   the   first  I   cou,ri  see that  they were helping me,    ami  by the time I had taken "half a dozen  boxes I was- free  from  the'ailments  that had made my life miserable.   It  is now several years since I took t'h2  pills   and   not   the  least   sign   of  my  old trouble has since shown itself.. 1  would  strongly  urge  the  use 0of  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for any   'person  who has a weak or run down.system  and I am sure- they will not fail   to  be  beneficial."      . 1    '  "To those who are weak, easilv  tired, nervous, or whose blood is out  of coniit'on, Dr. Williams' rink Pills  come as a blessing, curing when* all  other medicines fail, and restorinj*-  those who give,them a fair trial to ti'  full measure of health and strengtn.  SolQ by all dealers in medicine, or  sent by mail, post paid, at 50 cent-i  a box, or six boxes for $2.50, by ad-  -ircssing the Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,   Bro'.-kville,   Ont  < ,It is estimated that ono-third ,of  the dwellers upon earth are habitual  users  of  tobacco.  Praising your   rival  may  be    good  Christianity, , but it's  poor  politics.  An  umbrella     does  a lot  of  but it has to be put up to it.  p'Od,  | The, young man who takes a pretfcv"  girl out rowing is a chump if he con-<  fines his hugging to the shore.     '  Norway  is  the ,only country  in tho  rorld whose bank's hold .more specie,  in 4:heir  safes  than   they  issue.   British banks have only ��70 in hand for-  every ��100 0f issue. " '  An, advertisement    in   a     Hamburg  paper  dated ISO! 'shows  that, cigars,  were   in   use   (though very  little,   'as.  compared- with  pipes)   in  Germany   a,  century  ago.  Next to Warsaw, Berlin is the largest Polish city. Among its.inhabitants there 'are about 70,000 Poles.  Beginning with January 1 1903.  grain and flour must be sold in Russia by weight, instead of measure.  1".45  13. ��  18.SC  10.0*  17.1C  In future Tommy Atkins is to- be  supplied with beer rnstead of rum  rations when he voyages to stations  abroad. *-  s psrfgci liquid dgniifrice for fti��  J. Y/. LEONARD,  Gen. Supt.  a E. McPHERSO^.  Gen. Pass, Agent  No family living in a bilious country  should be without" Parmelee's Vegetable  pills. A few do-es taken now and 'hen will  keep the liver active, cleanse the stomach  from all bilious matter and prevent aguo.  Mr. J. L. Price, Shoals, Martin Co., Ind.,  writer : "I have tried a box of Parmelee's  Pills and find them the best medicine for  Fever and Aguo I have ever used."  THE CANADIAN JOBHERlf RY. CC  Stations axd Days.  ��� ',��� A little knowledge may be a dangerous thing, but a little widow is  often more bo.  A girl's pretty foot never makes  the impression on a young man that  her father's pedal extremity sometimes does.  It doesn't take a school. boy long  to evince a love for division���when  another  boy owns  the apple.  An ounce of contentment may be  better than a ton of gold, but'most  people who have the7 contentment  wou'ld gladly exchange it for the  gold. ...'.-���������  *��rory of Tho  Usurers.  Sir   George  Lewis,   who   took  an   interest      in  the  passing  of  money-n'iulers'   bill,   tells   the   following  story:      Two  usurers  met  in   an  omnibus.       Said      one to the other:  such  the  a  very  fine   day's  MINiEB'S LINIMENT Is used by Myslclui.  St. Martin,-Que., May 16, 1895.  ���C., C. RICHARDS .& CO.,  Gentlemen,���Last November 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 MINARD'S LINIMENT, which we did,  and within-three days my child was  all right, and.I feel.so grateful that  l.'sond you this testimonial, that my  experience may be of benefit to others. LOUIS   GAGNIER.  _  Tightening the  string-is  o:f  a violin  is a strain of music.  Catching the scarlet fever is a rash  'act. ���."'.'..'  The positive man  is  comparatively,  superlative. ��� ��� "d'  .''I   have .   had  work.." "How's that!?" asked the  second man. "A man came to me."  replied      the  first     one,   "to   borrow  ��500 for a year, and I lent it to him  ot 50 per cent. He gave me his bill  for ��500, and! deducted ��250���the  ,50 per cent.���and gave him ��250."  "Oh," observed No. 2, "I don't call  that ,good business. If he came to  me I should have lent him for two  years, and then he would have got  nothing."���Pall Mall Gazette.        -  Modesty   is    a great     virtue  many people blush to own.  that  It isn't wise to speak the trJ::h at  all times. Silence is often more satisfactory.  .  Many  a  man  makes  his  mark'  the  world  because  he is  unable  write.  in  to  .   New    York  has a    policeman  can speak seven languages.  who  A'-.Mc.clal-for tl>o Kins:.  We, understand, states Nature, that  the council of the Society of Arts  has awarded the Albert medal for the  present year to the King.' The  grounds of the award are principally  the services the King has rendered to  the society, and through it to the  arts, manufactures and commerce of  the country. d  Applying: ii Text to Grandpa.  "Would you like me to give 3rou a  quarter, grandpa?" asked five-year-  old Johnny. "Certainly," ' replied  the old gentleman; "Very well," said  the little diplomat," ''then you should  do unto others as you would that  others should do unto you."  Leave  from   Canadian  Northern depot���  Winnipeg to Mori-is.E:*.i  cr.��or., Sfe. ikul etcclly  at Paul    to    Emerson  Morris, Winnipc-g dlv  V. i-nipee   io   Kola ul.  Miaiiii.TBoh'-oiit.Hart-  ney & Brandon, Mon.,  \\ ed and Fri.    -   -  ���  Brandon, Hartney. Bel  liiont, Miami, Roland,  to Winnipeg,   Tues.,  Thuro and Sat.    -  -  winui eg to Portage la  P.  ana   intermediate  s atious, daily ex Sua.  Port-go la P. and intcr-  mocliute   stations   tk  , Winnipeg dly es: Su-  Wmmpeg to stations on  Beaver and Delta bran  ches, Tue3. and Thurs  oe;iver and Delta br'cli  stations, to Winnipeg  _ Tues.'and Thurs.    -  Winnipeg to. Portage la  ' P., Gladstone.    -   -   -  Dauphin,   etc.,    Mon.'  Wed. and Fri.  Oauphin. Gladstone, P.*  la Prairie, Winnipeg  lues.,  Thurs. .&   Sat.  Winnipeg-to W'p'gosis.l  Tues. and Thurs.   -   -  Wmnipegosi'   to   Wpg  "Mon. and-Fri. ........  Winnipeg      to    Grand  View. Sfon. and   Fri.  arand View to    Wvtz  . Tues. and Sat........  cau;ihin  to    W'p'gosis  nnd return, Sat .......  Dauphin to Swan Eivcr  & El wood, Wed   clwood to Swan River  . & Dauphin, Fri.   Leave from C. P. depot  Winnipeg  io Warroad  Besudetfco and intermediate statlono.Mon,  -Wed., aud Fri.   Beaudette, Wariw.d.ete.  to Winnipeg, Tues.,  Thurs. and Sat   Leave  Going  South.  13.  10.-15  Leave I  Going A:-:-.-.'  Xortfi.  20X0  18.30  11.55  16.30  13.00  9.45  0.45  9.15  9.45  5.01  14 10  /-' '  9.03  S.O)  8.0  8.00  8/.0  8.0 J  13.SC  is.i:  io.c;  10.^5  2l.io  14.E0  2'ldS  13.00  20.45  ,  Z0.45  20.45  10.15  D1FFKRENCES OF OPINION, regaining the popular internal and external remedy, DR.. THOMAS' EOLEC-  TRIC OIL���do not, so far as known, exist. Tne testimony is positive and concurrent that the article relieves plysical  pain, cures lameness, checks a cough, is,  an excellent remedy for pains and rheu  niatic complaints, and it has no nauseating or other unpleasant effect when taken  internally.  New Size SOZODONT LIQUID, 25c  SOZODONTTOOTIi POWDER, 25c'  Large LIQUID and POWDER, 75c  At all Stores,-or by "Mail for tho price.  HALL&RUCKEL, New York.  Office and Wurerooms q<T3TT T     t -���� a t>  213 Portag.i   Avonuo. *Oj.JL!tJL   Jb&i-LD  D.B.HAXXA,-.  Gen. Supt.  *  d ���  1 :9.15  0.00  12.C0  16. 4j  G.00  IS-CO  21.35  5.01  12.20  By  HI*   Works.  The members of the class In rhetoric,  were reciting to Professor Dash of the  Blank university one day when the  question ot" the "split Infinitive" e.-itue  up. and the professor took occasion ro  condemn In stroug terms the practice  of using it  "But.  professor." argued one of the'  pupils,     "a    distinguished     authority  [naming  himj   has just  published  an  article   in   one   of   the   magazines   in  which he defends the 'split Infinitive.' "  "1   know   it."   replied   tbe  professor,  with a smile, "and in the same article  he   defends   nearly   every   other   pet  abomination   of   the   purists, 'but   he  doesn't use one of them.    He is  the  most glaringly heterodox man In precept and  the -most  rigid orthodox   iu  example I ever saw."*  An ounce of "do" is worth a pound of  "say."���Youth's Companion.  AGENTS       "^T^^ISrTEr).  We are in need of a  few  leiiabie Agent!  'throughout the country to handle our  GASOLINE LAMPS -AND SUPPLIES.  Good profit and quick sales.   For particn.  ���ars address  ''"K  INCANDESCENT  GAS LAMP    Co.,   313 Milln St., "Winnipeg.  ILL-WOOLHICAROOFM SSSttSJ  established. 10years tnaL A hoir>o Ir-sUfctrw  Eiu-ourage It. llEV-APJS of American Pap��  fr citing, which cracks m our climate." S*"or tin  ple-j un t testimonials apply to  VV. G. FONSECA.'ISo'o Apent.) "  CG-i ntnlri Street, M'IX'XI-����(}  Issuer of aiarrAago Licenses  ;=:=~'���     "   .. ��� ���  . ^rsrr^rsa  'VVVVVVVV**  BIG   STOCK   OF    ,  AND  GEO. H. SHAW,  ^''   Traf.Mgi  What a Grip!  We are all familiar with the gentleman who used a famous soap "two  years ago, since when 1 have used no  other." The experiences of a lady depositor in the PostofiJce Savings bank  have some points of resemblance. She  was apparently unable to write, but  her marriage.certificate bore a written  signature, so she was asked for an explanation! "In reply ,1 may say that 1  did sign my marriage certificate, but  the sexton of the church held my hand  with, the pen. antf since ttien I have  never used n pen." What a ��� grip!--  Loudon Chroniclo.  MATERIAL.  o��  Everything for the  Printer.  o��  W  TIJ  'IIDEI CO.  LIMITED.  175 OWEN ST., WINNIPEG  W. N. U. No. 331.  ���>�� t  ilii^V  ^SS  v^^^^w^^^re^ jrrm'wimxsKssjueiu^ , ^aKaaacgrgEasa^^  ^58f7*jwj  MfMRO ' 'Jri& ftA-y?&120IlT$ m&W-lX  ! the lady, now yuiw* hysterical.  j hcuse is v.arm; do let me in!"  J    *-r'    r��y T-:  "Your | & tf ft  ' &  ft r'  . ,     .     �� ;1 '3  ii mm of 1111!    !     *3"-'   k-^po.^hs.fc.C ,uDicay, batMri j     The doctor wits of course asioniihe��"�� ] & ^ $~   fcj   J-j  ��f  j  k' v-^poyfc acored it; i.nd so, iike&cii-d to see his fashionable neighbor, but h<v*- J ?f'*J K   $3  fJ  H  7">/-v-/-i-k-,<-      -ft-���      *-K i-     "\>^��^.    '^^'"'"������^"ied people, thoy agreed to dif-' pitablo nnd helpful. ��? 4 W     $$ fi  B  rf epOrt      fOr      LL e     > ear    for. ,md each to go their own ^, ouif* ;     "Will you go- up and knock at th. I S fi f-L Ml fej  '  "P-rtH  rfn'orA eoruiaJlj* enjoyiaig*, arf ter the b.ittlcwns . partition wall in your front room dor*-i ^ �� SbS?  ,��s    ., ,    ," 7" ���* '*    .7??k"s-'??1f��?!i?.H?S!!!!^^  Oh. uov-tor.   doctor!   let inf.- ia!" said j              " "  ~  f&:z~^~z?zyyiy  n '     in   *'  U iio   XI.  ���*Kszs��Y3iGra-  ��� ���'.v/  ��� sjvv      -t^k:  , ���*'  1 ilil;  sig mot ie mi:  ss*5"'  !*������  if -. m i  " i $* \  I'd;  I. f  lit  71  ^.Utfck.i'   l'roUi:t*(>d    "U-u'e   T,��>a��":    t'-.Tn  any Olltor "Vl-ue in (ho  -"'  I'l-ovinci*.  -   (Ojnli��u:ctJ from] kit,'week)  o   i   , ��� -     .-  coxcr*ntrati* ro xiu,  Water power i-d'used |o   oprr.it': 'he  mill, bnipi-nvi.-iini i.s inado ry i!;^ n-.p  'of steam in very   d:y    v,e.iUieik_i,r   jo ]  ' case of t-niergency.    Waior   li.is, been'!  ' brought to the property by (ivo nut,*., 3,  ���'that froin_llie r-onlh   bein:r    13vc   milt;-,  ' long ami delivering its v.'rUGr   under  :i  'h3ed of {>50 feet, whiltj   tint  fion:   tiie  ! north is three milc:i 'i.;;-.^ tyy.d   yi'.c-j   a  1 head 'of d��20 Jeet.   '  older, this censltlve cttrc re-liLxet!.'   lie ' fnr< ^ it will not disturb Mrs. lioni-  fotnrd  that she was auite content uz I 8��psfy, do g-o up and make a droadi al  -FQli-  noise at the head of llr. Davenport** In 3 ' 5    m        -���  bed;   it leans up a^t yqur poa-lor;' I ^^.rp8;<!'C6FS       T.OOISc  for he always hoars yoar piano." [���'."*'��� . -     '  Tho doctor    cbeved,.   and    kiTJo<;l-/*r'' ITi-ti77^3 ^..,-.'*    f�� T"'  loudly on tto   ,vall.     Mr.   Da^rt j buIiCl0F3      SUppIl6S9  heard a 'distant tlninder in liis dreams  turned over, with his'dxztt ear up, anx!   fl h filf fl M f9    Haq "ST-rr  slept ag-ain. ' j >��---^-*>*-���-   CiUU.   ilWclVj?  After a" half hour's fruitless kneck-  g-o aione, and he allowed her tc> do so,  j with the family ^-d-aenmari. on the bo?:.  She in her tura v.-n:- determined that  I he should not bo drj.: .'* ed cf his natural  j rcf-t, but chould allow ,:onie satellite to  j sit up aJid watch for her as she came  ; hom-e.  [     There Iiad bean talk of a nightkey,  but Mrs. Davenport thought that was        *-*��� ������ "*"������ ���m-is axuiuesa Kncci:-  ioo masculine, end she also had a bus- ! iEC�� Mr&- Davenport conj=oJited to allow  picion that she .should never learn how- j the sleepy doctor to retire to b.i3'weU-  to -use it. So Mrs. Davenport-, strong in I ea���<-*d repose, whilst she declared tliat  the confidence of hea- husband's love. sha "u"'��"]d rest ay well astiic couldin.au  serene of conscience, and e^ojiiig the \ ea^3'-cli-air,do-'vn in his consulting- rooin.  demotion of a largro family of scrvanus i At length Mr. Daveaport; like till  who loved her, went-ofr to Mrs. Apple- hcavJ sleepers, woke up suddenly ami  ���-"*-'   " ������ entirely.   He did not know why, but it  seemed to -him that he had had a dis-  turbed night.   As he lay trying to collect liis faculties, ho heard the clock-  strike four.'  "How quiet Coralio is!" said Mr. Dav  $'        '   '  '  i-\ .        Wc-nro .:�� tin' old r.fiisnJ hmiI_/   und   willing!;,   .:nu\,ly  yoiir U':...(ri, ikj od(Isj\vh;il tiiey arc.     Wo r-,;u iurn:-':   y ,   ���-  hniise from'Lop lei biutiMu.    'i.ncn y.jti until ii'it mj k>,n riv  beo.ir.se'.vc h.ue .--    coinpk'te   sioclc  ul"   the   ohoiceV. ~:i���".,'���  irj'hCr=t,'/.u-fci,LL. ' ���  Hardware, Paints,  Oils and Glass,  .��.  *. j  fr  IV)  fa  (���lie   of  :ii  Vn.  .I/mi' -  1   .       1  b3r's ball, on tke evening of rfo-=*ember  12, looking lovely.  Tke ball was large and fine, and Mrs.  Daveaiport enjoyed ia Sh& is a popular woman, end'both meoa and women  like her.    Sho would have left at one  Tli^Wlhvnnritoo   ' ,.;  -   ,'���,   ������    ��� mi* UL"J-    oiiu voma nave kit at one ���.    i-7.     "*""LOi   a��u i��r, lkiv-  rho fcllpvnnsis a   ui:,-.   dr.-cTi.mcn    0*clocl:f her usyal hourj but that Her! enport;  "tired after her .ball, I   BUp-  tho crushintr nkmt:    In-ni tlw* bins    von Tif^-tr-rnn.nc ��i,w n^m���. ^i,,-i��3 ,-���4.    posCs"  ]('& hoi wc'tUi'-r now, i-o dun'i for-rel <o f-wnru  onr nice skirl.-- in pir-tu* or duel:, or uu* nukiti-  i!ii:i[' c.;cl in n gronudhie, nin^li-im nr mp./jui.  yotii fuel will iihv.iy.-, p-cninfuri.ihle,;'" yon wi;;y u" b'uni ",'���  i shoe in the E. V, Raid or King qniiiity. . They can't !;'���  rlittocil. ...  How abrm!, Ilnrf i,r.it you :ire gnin^ to tiirov/ awnv /  O'li.in can lit, ynt np -vitli one c\u .���,,.*.- i!j;ir. I'm (���IseapJ-.t  -nnd in Uie 1 tteht s'.yjf.     11,11.-, tin* /iucv}, ][i l\iC. ;,M1,-  ,  Don't foi tret limt our f-loel: i-i (lie bo-t, uud  List  tne right,  buy.  t*   r^'iM-;  i Wo cun_'?.;ivo you   nionev   on   cvt-rvthiiiT   ,  I'tu:  .iOVriC'ri  hEAWKG   HOT Eh.  t    .      , I*-     1   .  1 ���   ;.��   *y'  ' l|'f^* I  f,fk    .  kti|f  1*-!.*:*  ���j - *  ,r ,. I1''  n      I i;  - S.l!l  1 *1     h I '  ���     i '.,  .-If  ��� ���     ) ,��  i    r. y  '(���  I ?  'i|<V. !���  H^   t    f  fl  fefi  ���";,*-'{" j  ' 4 7  ..' 1  ii0  I  ,�����*���  I '���  w:SSb  ts .4*: -1 ���  1 61.  '    ^ i^  '    ;   "'  ���;?  1 1  il  < '* rl��  '7  I ,f*.  ^fe,";'y.d;-^;  ?��� ,W ,i'*;'   '"  ,-' :Vl> -if, ?*,! l  Ki'*i' !|! df  *��Sf.    '-f,i;H  j  >'.   (.if?.."      Mil  I  Ui/'':. ,,-;l'k  ' t';  114  1'��� '4 'C  t-:Ti*- ')������{' ���'���/  7'-' ;'  '*    l>   J1*'!.!   J.I  ���...v".'k *'���// ji  fi* ������ '*' i-  .' 'd;-f,';df,U7  nr. ki 7   V  i'-'-!- Willi  "?!*-  ,. 1''}  . i ti i  'dd-�� :^ f  l   (fa �������� r ".  ,'flfi'^-'. ^  ' Mi"''"' t;  .1 ��^(% 1 > 1 . ���  'i��4*>r    !   'i '"',''  I i''i ,i        ..-j ���  1 *  to:, 'if;  li'^'si 7    ">  i'l   - '  ltld^;i  f\yp<>- \iAt  I nti   ������ - i  si'-'fet* :���. .  i i i Jili.  i'.^fHi  !���/*,  "viitor and fed to trommels', the largest  rsixe'd screened being 23min.. Hit? over-  3i,".ed being recrnslied.  of  '.tircmounuam, who ranst be spoken in "* ^lanycij Rvm, ana m:  in Italia-n, and Mrs. Davenport speaks '-^P01^ arose softl3* and crept in to see  Italian with the true Tuscan purity. w����� coula be thQ, matter.   ,  So she left the ball verv late.   Stick- r.' ^.<:avans['- said be, "nobody in bed!  neU, h<?r coflcbmon, ������was'' sleepy   and | ^^?��l at horoe Q��fo��ro'cl6ck!J*          ���     -"       -                +             '     -Mr. Davenport pa-vised   a   moment.  Hi ntp I  AO'KNT  F���01i HAMII/rON TCiWDER C(\  to  b3"y?;i'"  ^1  ** "*.>" --y.  .aiasfir.,  *, ���>��  ��� 1   mil��� ���m,|iwr-'i*TwTr**���*��*  pxoi:k.s at cj(A:*7J<!iOOK. and moyji?.  -'-*-.'���,7*tr>->*' '-iv-'"' (""V "** :-Ts'^v\ * -��  ���.��^-HJ^*j,  , "I  ,   I  .'���1  i  [    ���  ,'^  I ���  X. "O.   ���3���    ^-ii,pfliHCf E7fi  W1LDEY L0D3E NO. 14. MWl! >  M& I* a a $ S fc k ^  ^ 'faIf  recovered from   the tables.    The  rale    which paled the 01 naaientation of ihe!  of concentration is about 1.1-to 1,   and    bal3room ceiling-.  'the mill has a daily "capacity*   of   -100 i   ' Shfi v,'a"'5 destbied ^ sec a g"ood-.doal  ton" of O'-a " "      L'10rc ^ ^os" i'a--fi'��>tars than aho had  " *  ' btu-gatned foi  The   compressor  plant, consists   of I poor v.otnan.'  one 10 drill E:uid Compressor and one '     Shc rar^r sharply.  7 drill   Iugerdoll   compressor.    Poiver  is supplied "for these  from   a  36   inch  Pellou  wheel,  under   a   head of -Kih ���  have been locked out?  .Air. Daveu'port Xdt tke cold persplrn-  '���ion stafl 'on his brow*. He ran,? every  bell in the, 'house.    Be proceeded  ''to  -Tho bo?1, of  Bpconuhpdaiiqss,  foi tha t raveling pnbjjfl,  LcMahon .Bros.,' Props, I  Meois every,Siond.iy evening in .tliVsr  hall nn Victoriii street. Sojourniny  Od'd Follows rjordjally Im-iitrt.  C. I. MoohB,        A. P/DriuMMosp,  -'   Noble Grand!, ,   3e,ciJv,  '���VHOlvE'JAl.E ASU Hin'AIl. '  MEAT    MEBQH/i NTfl  ;'Krwh niul OutGdMi,,!. ,\,i, ,  ���      *    i L if I J  't'-iir  SOOTS    AND    SHOES .Moyie   Miners'   Union!  2STO.-7 .1-  aorccf those ijuae stars than aho had    di-ees himTpir w^ i   *    ^f- t0 '    ' - ��� . ..^^   ��� , MlAOLFOD  Mi-gained for on that particular night,    ^0$?^ ^ " aff��Dy    ���     'JtcP��ir^ ^^ Made to Order.      ��� ' J^O-^ -1- I }'fps1F  WCrV,0maU: ''���      '��� ���      "        'J^.ashisslecpy.erva^tsbe^ntoj ''        ��� ' ', I ^tS f" M^^r ^tll ev.ry Tuesday f ^Di^yj,  appear, and one after the other began to   P, 'A    SWTT1T Mrirria   \uvenm^     S  disclaim any knowledge of thai? mis- !        -^   ' X A 1a'     <    ��� -^f^y1�� ��� J cor Jin 11  tl'(!PiS.     hp    fl<r,c/-.ni-i^I<��/7    J/-.   JI..   J l    ji ..     _       I ' '        ��� . i  jN'obody came.  She rang- ag.'iin, and r^-ain, andag-ain.  XoL-ody came.  live. jJnvf-.npoi-t begs;- -to feel chilly  eet,dvhila   a   smaller  wheel iirovHcis i a-5out the ic-ct, which vere delicately  ��� -r-   "      -..-.... ��    clad   in v.-hito satin sJip;��rs and t-illi  '{lockings.  power for the electric light plant  The steam plant is held in leserve  ur used,as an auxiliary, and.is provided with three SO horse power boilers,  <Tlio   St.   Eugene _ mini;   produced  more lead during the year   1U00   than  nny other single pruducot jn the province, or nearly,as much'  as   the   com  bined output of the Slocan district.  I'be tonnage of ore traded   amounted to betweec 75,000 and   70,000  tons,  winch   concentrated    abouL   4^   to   1,  producing a conceuIrate running from  79 to 70 per cent lead.    <  ' The t-iiver content** of  thu ore  vary  to   bn\  She wrapped her cIoaJ-;'abot;t liei- ajid  looked 'up at jSto. 39. her own familiar  brown stone, four-story, comfort-able  house.  JN'ot a sig-n of movement, although the  gas burned in. uhe hall.  She rang, and rang, and raug.   ZSTo  { response.  I And then she realized that she wa.*  locked out, that everybody was asJ^erj.  au'l .that the-ro fihe might atay all fie  rest of Lho night. She 'remembered,  alao! voolate, that .she. hud trustocl to  her waiter, a gentleman o-f African de-  si-ent- who lino been luiown to go to  Bicsp  en,   LhcBa night; ",\atelies, to let  tress, he descended to tiie front door.  There lay lira. Davenport's fan, handkerchief anrl gloves. Then Mr. Davenport tore hit; hair. She had been there,  lo her o-vvn heme: .she-had failed to gain  admittance; she had cither'been ruthlessly cai-ried oi?, or she had committed  suicide. , Zvir. Idavenpoi-.t lost lids* haad.  - "She may ha^e gone to her .sister":--,  or to some hotel." suggested her maid.  "What, at three ir* the inorn'.nc, vot; !  w rcLclied sik-upy head!'" said alt.D^cv-  porl.- tvildly. To dii-chai-ge Oriando, to  go to the policed to rounc the world,  thcGc were, ifr. Davenport's first idea��'  He  rang  up every signal    otlicer   in  sk\k MacKacki:e.v A-.'aIAcnoA'Ai.ns.'  John McDonald,  -Prvsidimt..  Viih, {iam and l-on.,,*,-  .-���upply   only   the be, '. y  trade solicited.  .>r MtK'ETS    AT  FOK? "dddul  .     " KI.MJd'diid-:y,  Sojourning    niembers    arf}Mm;"P"        * 0It.\Nj;i:/){)Ki  ,vi;��,M.nr���M��^ "   !MOiJE- Main offi.,'.       ..  CRANBROOK. �����. c  ly invited to'attend.  Jd T. Smyth,  S.X.WIIITCOMB  iwsuMimMiv  Secrc-larv, j -r .  ��� : &  iJ-tiiUei,      gr:i;ne  d     )<:iju'rJiai-j;i 1.  HlUisil  glacier  Ail v.'<,.il; (,n perfect --t,!;  l-u-c guranicid. ,,i'rici'.\ ;u- i  ei rdiug lo qn.illily an'! |  ftock leouiied  ., ] Moyie^BUEWroT~~TrP^le  '311't-t.*-: on tho first WcdnOi^hiv  i  evening of each   montli  at  o 'i> \*!��jc-k Mtitrp  .1. V. FAKK'-M.L, I'm.  ��� H Pi f*JO h ***r;?  '      ': n ��� fl ; ''* \ -*"'.!  i k vi i* <3 k ii s s u tf  ��� 7 u l: bi' ;i! 1  COM PA XV.  . BRITISH *G6LV;:3iiL  W  ^  MOYIE,  A fit,  Moyie  j A. P. Ma."i>o";ai,:>,    1a:wU Tiio**f*-os*,  ���^-���ijir.tnieiH *-f vvu'ci  Ulncks :tnd,jewelry'iiliv.n.���  h.-iiid,    .Fine w.-itcli    iep.i:i  :'.-])��-'0* illy, 'iloui'^t. work  iiotje-it pay "is our inultu.  i,'.  .    .   . , - ��� her in.   Xov/ he teejucil to be su*ak in  .omeu-na^putmay bo .taled lo he I the deepest oblivion. But then, if Or-  i.'joul -;. of an ounce silver tn the per i kmdo slept, tome oiu- else hao rene'rai-  ccut of lead on the uppi^r levels   or SL  | *-v W!l^��d. ar/1 eitber ioi::cd idiri o:- lei  Eugene workings, while in   thj 'lower j 3,/r j?   ^flividunJly.    :��iv. ��:: ��� p.npor,  i-,,., .   '. I "->.iucidere:i.   A tmint oiv iter own frorrt  working-, the silver ratio.is  about {. oz.  silver to 1 per cent lead.  steps!  Iv'otlce.  This is to'cerlily   that   Wm.   Dallas  and   the   undersigned  have   dissolved ; hvlp you urJocklhe door.'  partnership and the   undersigned   has '  SJie kept on ringing desperately, and  pounded the door with a delicate ILst.  2-*reseiii]j- a policeman came along-, and  to him fahe a.ppeaied.  "Oh!  jyo-l, a key?" said he.    "Let me  m  >m��  ;\rt;u.s  3S  I  ' .'���tore  i.vci: .,  1  hl.vd,   near   (duia-in...  -muicrcc.    Tcl-.w-.tjih   an 1 }  Churcli  :,But  I have,  not a kev!" eaid the  authority to collect  all  accounts   ,'up ! in'1Derib3oV''omar--  "rugrcrhndakcy!"  -Ihe firm'of Kennedy ,& Dallas and will! J^��' ^^ f* thc fi}lard'a�� oL ihc  * ^ ���XJ"lx'1" aiiU ��-'" I public peace,    "j. never knew tnem to  *U(.  g("l    ,        -, --.-      ^.lice   in'}!  tns hou-'emnid. coming in, utic-.'o-l  loud ^liriek and called "robbers."  T-.-  rxicijy b��r, to rouse herself, to    ctcp -  e-'Jmly out; of the doctor's front doer ,' mal1 ou^%1^ promptly.att,ci?d��d to.  and into her own hoiise was the wc-ic 'pi -' -> _.  of a moment. : Ox ailCrOOil, B.  U, : bath at 11 a. m. and S p  m  Plf^  WS^^ i     ******   -^Tand   pa,t<>:k   "1!h;,  ��� *-Te3'&yteiian  SKKVKJES  . MERCHANT" TAILGii  r\  j      ,   Kiue   Suiting-., iJ'.'.-ji-Mtiii';  I                                                .                                      'J'rou ;er.-7   *'*,!I '!"!(*-'���    *7"��d-. ,  (Are held in^JeCdi-or lisiil o.ich   .Sab- | ma-vt^p  jMOiCjJii. .ed  n  pay all bills against the same.  ,1-12 THOS. S. KENNEDY.  Assessment work Contracts Taken.  Parties wishing t,o   have   assess me n  wake: up.- "However, I wiil <ra.p for  you." Stf he pounded ih& blinds with  his club, and mado a U-rrible noise.  Two or three iieeds looked out of the  opposite windows. One invalid at 41  raised a window and begged piteously  ���vork done on claims in the vicinity o| that her re,t m5ght ^^ thus ruth  Moyie. will do well to consult 01   write lessly i-uincd.  the   undersigned   for   terms.'    Worl. ! "/Lady locked out!" sang the police-  left in my care will   be   promptly   at ""'  tended   to,   and   tatisfaction   will   be  clans- at "J n. in.                                     <��� ; t? fj rfl,. \,t ^ rv            r>\ &x,%   j ;>;? <,. ���,, . ���  The publu-aai invited   nnd.wi.: 1... ��� M H f    T ro    [^H^S^'1'-  .,.*,,    1   ,     ,. -,,                     7  -  , ifetBw ti 5!ti=         ��.r>Zi%x tiff; .'..;; J  v.viaj.ned t'.jrilmliv in i-.u-ii .i:,(|   u\l ok                          .                     ���  guaranteed.  ���?. A. SCOTT.  TO THE UEA1'.  , A rich lady cured of her deafnes-  and noises in the head by Dr. I\7-hol-  f-ond- Artificial Ear Drums, g.ive $L0,-  000 to his Institute, so that deaf people  itnable to procure the Ear Drums may-  felt sure that he would not reiuni *������- 1  td he had dragged tho East river.   SVC ! ^TIKV/I?'^  %yas at home, all right, and proceeded, ' '"'     '"^''^^  like a. calm woman, to get oil" her bait .  d-pss, and satin shoes, and silken hose. |  anrl to put on dressing-gown and lamb's i  wool, and lo take a cup of tea, to get '.  warm, and  then to reflect upon woe,*  should be done with Sir. Davenport's !  case. ' )  t . -      I     "It will be all in the papers,"   r-aid !  "Avell, js that any treason why yon    i,���r  T,���^uri!a���+  ^    ���,    ���,, -L ~tmL*\ . l^ux  v     1 . j      j -.    ."7     -i     -,0..     ".-,,.       1 er  T^e^cient  soul,  "this evenintr   a-t-  should try to wake the dead?   a aid ihe    farflir-st!" *"    '  iiate clergyman oppoei to. I     ��'T * .!, ,  .  The  policeman  voiced   on,   leaving'    h/, ;!-r "3^r&'}'"n eT<-r-���^rc," suid  Mrs. Davenport in despair. "ir  f?r-      7 * meBKen^r '^  ���    -    - L i        UuiJo!    .said a m,in at the signals  the if, avrvit't:  VACATION  :  *    j<"-"i;i'H :utii;Mi'.si'/''JTi i->..-*.  I  ' E:ig',*r beer m>!i."   by the Keg ot   iU>7'^.  uuttit'-  TOS  KH  **^  'P^hC  1 Ou  trips i TaK  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . .  KH  She looked up at the moon, at Jupiter  ���and other illustrious denizens of tin-  sky, and found themcold and unryrnna-  Iheuc. She began to think of her tin?.  nnd feared that she had not ber-n siiill-  I'iently kind to homele:;'*outcatit.s. Even  <he cats, who were   the   only    people  Vivo    llln.v,     ���*.,. Ill v- ,   ,-,,        >J1C   CUI.3,   WUO   WCTC      tilC      OIllV      pCOpJC  nave  Ltiem   irec     Adiln*s<   ^ n    l f..ooi    .        , .    , . **     '     ���  ,���,     ^T.   ., ^J'tes.*,  .,0,   I-J.1JJ1 coroad m her quiet street, came in.for  'Lhft?,iehoU.on Institute,  780, EighLh j  her sympathy.  Aveque. New Voik, U. S. a. I      "They have a h.u-d time, poor things,"  ���       __ ! said she; "aiv ays locked out.'*'  Halcyon iioi Sii.-����iK>j. !      ft wasac-1, however, who gave her an  The most complete liealli. resort nn < ^T'   Evldpij1]^ a V���M"ry Arab of n  i,,rt��-       .    r-vr    ,,    4 L -"'  ,M    cat, woo thought  li�� ownt-d her froirt  die contment of ^orth Amenca.    Sit-; pt^, pir, after stcaltlnly creeping up  anted    midst   .suonory    unrivhllod   jf.rj and finding her iu possei:sion, he leaped  ri7! IE   HA IdJ YON    j I'j V ' ��** ^�� r" neighboring balcony.  She looked after him.  "Dr. Itfonrg-omt-ry's and a   speaking   signal station, "this in oiKicr! Jferc is a man irv-  "i.'f 10 find his wife, and here comes "r.  v.oinan wlio is tryin.-r to find her hus-  uand; and ihay arc both named Ds*'en-  port!''  "T dare say���nothing -to���each other  ���<'orn:i.*on name���coiticidnnce," riaid  the tclegnipti oper.u or, who. had  Icfmcd to talk in jerk--.  '"7i't mo sec trio n.imber," said the  al ni.'.n.   "Thin.v-n.ine.    Yes,  ic is  KB  i  o     a  Oiilfiife Ord.cr.- Givt*n��Sti!ct AU01-.1.1  .A.  BuSalo, i?76.0O, July 2, j  16; Aug, 6, SO. !  o >���! \  ;-   il ��?rr  Epwortli League Meet-!  ing, San Francisco, ,  @50, July 18, 14, 15.    !  -��� o .   - %Ji tj a ii       I>rV  The Leading" Ladies  aud Mens Eurnishers.  j-if  the  ��� ��� - r�� .   .'line fiiU'cr cane  gritnciuc'i",  SINKINGS Sanil.'u-iuni,  Halcyon   jf(>(d  '���".Vender what it all means!"  J! v.a-: late in the, dav before a ling-  gard jv-iiin v.w-  lov.: d ntaiuling on |(,C  brink of the HaM i-lvr*.- bugifingn fan. |  n^naii' r*r glo-.e.s a-.d <*, iinndkwehierf! I  -Mr.   Davcnpoi-t had    evidently    t>J.*en !  thf*.=--e for imrposvs r'.f irh-ntjiloatior..       |  Christian  Sndsavor  Convention, Cincinnati, $28.-50, Julv  sC'.L��.kA.  'OTCL.  I  ,1,1'ing,, Arrow Lake, id   C.     Ileddentl  nw- she ^n"!-'VVh?dkl, ��^?ri;    " WhCho"^" iru! , t .    physician and mi7r0,     Heating fidnim: .  number that before?" t��l-Pn    lf ,  ,      <\ iin>.?"y rcs",,jd    fln(J ' ^'r +.-. ^-. ���-, ti - ��� ���      '     ,  and   eremdons.      Telegraphic    coin: j     Mcs. Davenport drew up her long yd- j Jits o\^S^ d ^fSt^ S^r ; ^a^��X^i ^aUC"^��n *^&^  lov ;.atm tram,* laid lier fan and ha-nd- : ,inr,,r  ;ov _",'"'  ,','.    '-, "      7'" ' ; c.'<-vr**'^ r?r\-/o      /":-* ^-'-^-^.:a  kei?hief onthedoor^andasfastas   .^^iT"^^^^^^ '   ^^^    ^^P^W.  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything-  in tiie Printing-  Line at fcue  Olothiiig. Boots  and Shoo.:.  A Fid! .StMi-1; of Mine:-- i"m:,,���'���  A 'v, ii v-* ..ii   'i:\iiii.  rV9m  <i;*j?#  f-C"*.'?S  ;,im  Lk'i?C^I  ?��^t��r*^'i   f":  ��*��V****vr��nii ��v-i-�� mi. riMTttrr th  G-  munication wiih all pails of the  U'orld. T.wo mails arrive and depart  daily.' Terms, .$15 lokj'18 per Wc'e.k  .according, to residence in hotel or  villas. ' Its baths cure all nervous and  muscular diseases. Jfs waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach troubles.  The baths, and waters a're an invalu-  bic romeiy for silver and' lead poison  ' ��.(r .  ���*'���&* y  high, heels and satin slippers would ill,  low', went down her own steps and up  .these of-her neighbor, who lived at 3?.  "He is a doctor, accustomedjio-  bn  awakened <vt all hours,"-said she.  - She.rang, heard a sleepy voice conio  down: -"What do you want?"     '  "ffelp!  Help!" said she.   .. .   ���  "What .help?'vv-Lo.? svhat number?-'  s��,id -the doctor. '    ,i.  "30; great trouble!  immediatcddsaii'  i'-ilf-.   Dt'.VC.'3 pO 1''... ,  member and fun*!*)'* for' thomi-elvv  Si S3. Davetiport remavked nlain<-iv"J<'  '     v-\t ;!:.v >m .-..��� ,.,.; f..-:,..-V. ."���'!-.'.'  -..V.:*..  /:.';".;$71.'25,July2. 8. :.',-.-.  Ajiyly ior Kjitcs; Mn.p;:, Time CUirds, 'I'lclcotsaud  Fall Inrornuitiou to JCoarcnt-Locid  .   Agent, '... .���������    .,,,-.������  .    G. HiHiei", Agent, fhyis.   y  tlo.Lo.fhe   Ifome   Bakery  broil'!,-niea find cakes     '    '  ���i  .).��. cai:t-.kh,  T>Ihi, T.'uks. At;!,  ��� ^.'f.'l,-.'..l!>.  !���. J. COYLK,  Ass't G(M'iyP(i*;K. Ai-d  ���  ,   .    V'.'IMC'H'f;'-,  I jd ^.r-!f gu  f(l?.pilft fr*  I Pif A  Td.'i 7 {-T *���"'       ."-       ���������i"*"* :���-'*'.,' - *   ',  I j a A i\ Skh   a.   i^u-i-wri a d  i  .-       -.,--.  -!.-���.   ' kj7_Ai,dp���.    y   ���������-.  k  BAOiiAf:;-,      Kxl'l'fK's;!   ' Al'vh ,   (Ucsr.i:  ' '    \ -," J>Ki.rv>.i,v.. k  .-���   ..'.'������"���   ���.   -IlOYIH  ^.IIW^  4!'  t*>

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