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Array FOR YOUR  a  3S& ,  ijfote? 1  QO   TO   THE  JCOYJE PHABMACV, Kootenay Hotel bldg ���  >s. SchaICH, Prop.   Heading Druggist.  .QjA^iSL^^  rOL. 4, NO. 7.  !li^ ^��  ��� / /  FRESH FRUITS   AND  VEGETABLES.  Received Daily at  l'.LMBR'H CIGAR STORE  \  MOYIE; B. C. JUNE 1.1901.  S2A YEAR  i   ���    ���    ���i   ���   i���   m��   iiiiii   Mini   ,ilfc <lln>   hub  urn.  0metfiiri�� ^��r tfie; Sadies.  s&a  Your present wants and summer needs   must* be  met, and  we ca^  dojifc by selling you the Empres3 Shoe  and Comfort Hose.  The New  Shoe  "s��  THE 1F.1, IN SESSION  * J Sir I  Holding- Its Ninth Annual Convention.  LOCAL  NEWS.  out   to   Moyie  PEES, EL B0YOE TALES  Said iu all There were   50,000   Members  of t^e'lfeaeratiun and that They  were all Good Men.  Denver, May 28.���The 'second day  of the conventions of the Western  Federation of Miners and the-Western  Lador union were devoted mainly to  the annual addressee of their presidents.'   President Boyce of the .Feder-  CANADIAN ������' BANK:  OF' . C0MM1CE  Paid Tip Capital  $3,000,000.  A  1 t ( (  HUBERT HAINES, MGR  A��Jl'lM."A>tefcS��W  p��  Le  ���-., - j?        ���?        ��� i  1Y.*A. Mackenzie A Fro u'rietor.  Sot^l tor iite masses'.   Ryetyiliirigl First  every, fe^pedt.    ^ampie1 Booms  fox*  Commercial Men:   .    ���  tQYIE,     a British ddluSniha  .���^���������^������^  J�� ffla�� jro jno .,��ot.<o��j����. as.  rjEjgiULyxEit.  i^rn'p.  .-'I.  ^  arge. sample 100m in connection  with house for, commercial men. Best  of accommodations,  w  Hea;dqua;rters for ;Ctfmmenoial and fining!   l4ienf:  QUEEN  AVENUE,  i.  ^^^^*>ii'>^'^^,^^',>^,^^"^r^^^^SS!sC.^^^E!  MOYIE,   B". C.  Us*.  i'fi  .' '.'ill  a tion'devoted much ofrhis attention to  the trust question, ' declaring that  laborers and millionaires liave little in  .common. President McDonald spoke  at considerable length on .the Chinese  and Japanese iab��r question an the  Pacific const.  In. his   annual   address 'President  Boyce congratulated  the"  organization  on its prosperity,    He called attention  to the fact that  27   new', unions' had  been added   to   the  federation  during  tlie year,- embracing a   total , of   S000  men.,   In all there were  50,000  members of tbe  federation "and   the   work  accomplished'during   the; lust    year  showedcthey were good men.  The eiectftive' board recomended a  special assessment of %t per capita for  tho purpose cf maintaining organisers  in the field. Thej treasurer's* report  showed riceip'ts of $40,000. during the  year arid expenditures of  nearly $-19  000on account oT"the. Ooetfr ^Alene  T Tki *1  ^rillu,���,-    rr,,..     ���   .z ,.    . , ,        Farrell block  troubles.    The   treasurer^   was,"   how- ��  ever; in good  condition.    The  rest  of  the day   was   devoted'   id  reports   of  standing committees. ��� <-  Denver, May 29'.���An agitation  has  "been begun.among the delegates" to the  annual^ convention, of   the   Western  Federation of Miners, now. in  session  here, with a view to defeating- Edward-  Boyce fir  re election - as president  of  the federation.    Mr. Boyce   lias   occupied the position' since 1S$), Although  he hug repeatedly  requested   the organisation   to< sel-id some  pne   in    his  place.^   It, is s-iid  that opposition to  him is based 0,11 tho way he handled  the Goeu'r d'^leue .strike and_��� his  frank criticism of th'e methods of  some of the unions affiliated1 with the  federation.  A reaolutionhajs been introduced at  llie convention of tho .Western   Labor  uniot^ proyidingdthat (the   union shall  enter actively in to, poll tics.    The  res-  olu'tioQ( cites the success   of   the   labor  party rriovennent in, Montana, and proposes the organization of a labor paity  in each qf the  western,.states.   .There  is also talkj.ainoug the delegates of extending   the bunion   throughout,  the  country.  i .  -.     ;.   -> i      i',      c   -. ,  The.conyention may consider a proposition to transfer the headquarters  of the, federation from Butte to Denver.  It .has.heen suggested that a fund of  #100,000 be, provided to erect a., building in Denver for 'permanent headquarters.  J. Ji. Coetigau   was  Sunday.  Miss Cardiff was   visiting  in  Moyie  this week.      '  E. E. Orchard was over from   Cranbrook Wednesday.  '���' Young onion's, lettuce and   radishes  at Elmer's.  A portion of tlie pipe dor the Moyie  Water Co. has arrived.  J. CDrewry left for Rodshmd   Wednesday morning."    '   ���  ,    T. E.  Collins,  the  baib'er,   has   returned from Blairmore,  -   llarrold Pollard,was   in   Cranbrook  last Tuesday to attend the races.  ( See our new Linoliumaand oilcloth.  G. H.Gilpin.  . Collections  are  promptly  attended  to by Beale & Elwell,      ' '      .  ON THE LEAD REFINEEY  Much Speculation As to  Location.  A FEW PLACES NAMED  Trail, Jf ia the Interior. Vancouver if  The Coast and Montreal, if  in The East..  at  Miss Daisy Armstrong is in I\relson  visiting with her uncle.'Dr, Armstrong.  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shea and  children left for Calgary Monday to  spend the summer.  Miss Annie Haggarty is J spending  a-  lew   days, in   .Nelson,  soon going feast.  The early closing ''movement js  said to be a go,- and 8 o'clock is the  hour set. .  The Western Supply, Oo. have  moved into their new quartern in the  farrell. block..,  ., Mrs. Samuel Grant arrived in 3Ioyie  Wednesday from the/east lo joiu her  husband, ,  ��� Beale & Elwell transferred several  mining prope'riiec within the' last lew  daysi "   -   ���  J W. H. F. Crosby has moved bid fruit  and cigar store   to  the   corner   in   the  Montreal, May 29.���The announcement is expected, here any day tliat  the C. P. E,. will construct a lead re:  finery in Canada to relieve Jthe silver-  lead industry of British Columbia  from the oppression of the American  Trust.  If the Gooderham and Blackstock  company; who first applied for the  bouua, had fctf.yed in tlie field' and  erected the refinery itwould have been  in Montreal, but 'the 'appearance   of  the Canadian   Pacific   as, a' claimant  Cranbrook Knees and Sporta.  Last Monday and Tuesday were two  eventful days in Cranbrook's history.  The Turf and Athletic Association of  that town put up a program that wae  well worth seeing, and one that would  be ��icredit to a place of man3' times  Cranbrook's population  Special   trains  were   run   each,,day  from' Moyie,   ICimb'erley ' and   Fernie,  and the attendance was large from each  of these places.  The.   sports   Monday   consisted   of,  baseball and football, and on   Tuesday -  the races took place.    The   horse   racing was exceptionally good;    Amongst  the best horses were, Jvimberley, owned"  ��� by   E:   J.   Peltier-   Roy   Curruthers,  owned by Tom Wellmau, and Dr.   M���  owned   by  "Shorty"   McLaughlin    of  Calgary.  P. J. McM.ahon, of the Hotel Koote-  hay, had the honor of being one'of the  judges. Mr. McMahon has followed  horse racing for years in the United  States and has seen the best of them. ���  I-Iarry Drew of .Kim'berley, and Mr.- -  Stedman of Macleod were the other"  judges. ,, ��� '"  Bey. -,Mr. Peiry; known iri the  United Stares as the Miner Preacher,  will supply Mr. Mahon's service in the  1 .   , _ ir  She   intends   for the bounty   entirley   changes ' the  aspect Of affairs.  Trail, if it is   built  iu  the  interior,  Vancourer,- if it is at the   Coast,-   and  Montreal, if  it  is   the East;  arer the  three places looked   upon   by   mining  m-u  here  from  which   one   will   be  chosen;     That   there  will'ultimafely  be a good market'for lead   in' the  Orient is Vancouver's) strongest claim   for  the refinery.   .Refined'lead" would   be  carried to  Hong  Hong;  where  facto  rios could roll it for tea"  packages  and Lhw^mT',- ���h  manufacture it atito, various  articles. ' ^^ C0DSUU ��*  Montreal's claim is that after th'e'-Oriental market is supplied ther will   still  be the greater pdtt of the yearly  output to find   a   market   lot   arid   that  market will' be London.    If the C. P. E.  figures it out that it is best to have the  refinery iicar the smelters it will   pro  A a" Ativrintrtge fu Mlnc'i-s.  We call attention to the  ad   of   the  Prospectors'    Exchange   at'  kelson,  which wits sturtefd  'some   months  agd  by Mr. Andrew  F., Eosenberger.    Mn  Rosenberger is both  a practical   mining man and a' man ' in   olose ,touch  with   capital seeking* Investments  iri  mining'   property..     The     Exchange"  makes on charge whatever  for listing ���  properties'and exhibiting samplos,-and  if there is no sale  made   there' are  nc?  charges; ��� ",  ���   JMiriers  with  promising    prdpertiefi  I IlhWn'lr7  Mnsuli    ����     ���...:.i-      n*_   ���   tu..i,.  achool house at   S   p." m.  on   Sunday [ baoly be made-part of   the Trail Dlant.  nextd ,ilr. - Perry , isr   said ,to ' be . an {'However; iudiicemeut in the way "of ��� a  excellent preacher.  The, tenders for the building . of the  new courthouse iii Mo^ie are now in  Victoria, and it will be five or Hi days  before the result will be kno\fu.  Fresh strawberries, .cherries',' ban-  nauas, oranges, cocoanuts und ' the  nicest lot of confectionary ever brough t  to the town.    At Elmer's.  If you have a little  spare  cash   and  want to speculate it in   niimiig"   stock,  drop ia and , see   Beale,   the  mining  broker.    He  knows   just   wiiere   you  can make a good turn.  A' '��� ��� , j V  P. J. McMahon announces that it is  his intention to give a grand opening  ball at the . Hotel .Kootenay on the  evening of,Friday", June 14th, to' which  everybody will be invited.  The twp sisters of. Johtz O'&ou'rke,  miner at the St. Eugene, arrived this  week direct   from   Ireland.    They re-  municipal bonus might have an importance effect in deciding the eom-  mpany where to build.    '"  Goiit Xtlver District Acflvei  The Goat River district is goin^ to  be the aceu'ts of great activity this summer unless all the si��nc ' of tlie ti'nies  fad. During the past two mouths a  number df promising claims have  passed Into th'e ' good bands., upon  nearly all' of winch' active work' is being done.  , The chief event of the past month  has beeii the cuttingd'f the Alike ledge,  in the J7o. 2 tunnel. tThe crosscut  tunnel, which is cc'me G00 : feet long,  cuts the ledge at a depth of 200' feet  and exposes a vein_ 6 fpdt. in T>idth,  four feet' of'which is, clean shipping  ore and two. feet of (concentrating  ore.  write   Mr.' Bcfeen'-  berger.     ^._.  Thfc Sexv Sawmill.'  , Two" carloads of machinery  for   tlie  Moyie Lumber' Co.  arrived , here  thic?  week; and the site of the new   mill   is  the scene of considerable activity.0' '   ,  J. J. Murphy, th'e cloth'ie'r, is over dci  Perry .' creek} looking after. the  doing  of assessnient work  on 'some   of  claims there.  ji! *  mc  ��M,  ���' i   1    l -        -       I .       ...  ,^3Ictal Quotation's.'  New_  York',   May 29'.^0ar  59|  cenb.   Iiead,'  price Jc'r   miners  and 8tuelteri;.?4.^7|at (be close. Copper; 'brolie'i-s'jprice,' $17.00. ',,    .  London, May 28.���Lead il2'o*s 9di  LAKi  VIEW xtotiiS  LAKE  SHOItE  ADDIt/oN.'  Board $6l88fe#e;lii '  M*S; WHIT'EHEAD," Proprieties^  ; -ii mmi  Might be Equaled but  Exclled by any 50 cent tea  ��1  on  ^     i, *   - *���  One half  lb.,'  ]bo tins.  ave it  One lb. irid  ^JZtlwdtA Itoyco is ?iiirriB!l.  Ed Boyce, president of the Western  Federation ,of Miners, was,married on  May 14. at Ward her, to Miss Eleanor  B. Day of Wardner, who 14 one of the  bes,t known school teachers  in  Idaho.  Immediately, after the marriage , the  bride and groom departed for ,Denver,  Col., wiiere they will remain until, the  conclusion of the ninth .aupmil convention of the Western FedWaiion, qf  Miners. From Denvt'i they will ac to  Biiflali'v ."N. ��Y., ,|vho.re they \yill spend a  few days .visiting the great Pau-Ameri-  can exposition, after which they vf-ill  go to New York .City j^id sail, for, Bel-  fust, Ireland, 'Th'ey v.][\[ ,re,vi��uv t!v3  birthplace i\p{l the, ,QliiId|iood,' pli\y-  grou'ijds cf tho groom, .tdaho Stats  Tribune. -\       ..���--. ���  ��� ��   ������  ;   ,,    ,.I. jO.iO. lA.KJccl Omcerg.  ('     1       '.' '    '  |.. .'��� ill   ;.;   :.'        ,,  Qdcj FeIlo.v>s elecld new'officers  ���*   ^1 '���    *    i ���    ���    ' A       '      ���" i        1 ^  maitied a, lew days, and   left for  Spokane yesterday morning.  .It is quite a while since we li'ad u  fire in Moyie, but that does not mean  \oucan drop your' incurance. Ask  yourself, if a fire burns down the town  tonight, can.; I secure by iusilraiice?  If not, see E-eale cfe Elwell at once.  You can't afford to'put it.ofi.'.  The logging caihp of .Messrs.  Grant f  A Co. on   the   upper   Movie   lake   has I  A Correction.  Editor.Leader,: ,In the last addition  of your paper. 111 discussing t,he new  lumber site, you stated, that one of the  reasons wliy the firet^ejltei, was . abandoned v/as the impossibility of getting  '" " within  insurance on accouut of  bei'n'e  1 ^  IMPORTER  AND DEALEB  Iii  Gkoc'ER'rEsa' PROYrSIONl  I am now selliug at this price  for cash, or to customer^ with  ,. good| standing 30   days   net.  Lake of the Wooda flour par bb'l S-5.50  First class potatoes, per 100' lbs 'l 9n  Carrots .per 100 lbs  ,       ��������� ���..  ..^y���lluu l(1    uciug    WIUUll ���,    I'---"?"*-, i^i j.v/y iwo i..za|  the limit of JJ0 feet of the railway track. ' Gilr-r��.ts : per 100 lbs , <-:. .  2.2c  I wish to .say that,, this 13 entirely | St" Gharle* cream (hottd) per case 6.20  errorieous,p no such rule being hi ex- ' "��� ] " (fJmiJy) " " 5.7?;  istance'-in nutinftn.. v,^,i,.,.  ���t��� Jams and -jgIHrk upr jk .   i/V  Yours, etc  M. A. BEALE.  'Aync Closed X?own.  Sandou, B. O... May. 27.���Word  has  Jams and jellies per lb!... , . A .. -  ]{(j  been placed under quarantipe b,y   Dr. j reached ucve ^   u1C Vavi-   cio'sed ! rlf \PT^^ " ' V ':' -"  Green, the local health officer.    \ man   ,i^-.w:���,.;   ���:���.. / rt-> ^/^eM ^v  creamery butter per  lb.  down tight   tin's   morning  much uncertainty as to  when   it  be   reopened.    Th'e   contract   for  v/ill  the  Green, the Ipcal health officer. A. ma, n  from Michel; who worked in tho camp  a few days, went to Cranbrook recently  aud broke out with tho smallpox. It  was thought best to take tho precaution of quarantining the camp, which  was done.  > .' i v . ; v" !���; ,-,.,  Ma and Mrs. N. A. PlacXonzid/ Mr.  and Mrs. P. .1. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs.  Foisy. Mrs- Waldt. Miss Schander, Miss  McLepd, Miss Senate, Mis3 Mamie  lfiirre.ll, Chae. Farrell, Tim Farrell, Ed  Farrell. J,M. Lindsay, GJ K. Muir,   D. ! *oiSi^ir^A't.i.  J.Llm^y.Desatfinier, Wni. Ifamil-, ,.E. S. Pollard met, .Virdi   the   mis'cr-  on.and   Toi*   J^c er. were   anopgst  tiin   of ^'i^ lh6 ht{]e  ^ ;  lott. haud.mas.hed while,working in the  Lake Shore mine last Monday.  Tomatoes per case.  Corn '���     "  Pea3 . "     "  Betms ^ ".    "  j Sugar per ,100'lbs... .  There   is j Good bluck tea..  concentrator has been let," and it is  hoped that Hit; shutdown is temporary,  pending the completion of .{lie  plant.  "- ' r' ���-.���^���.   ,     .   Ptncer JTiiiiMf*.  . Frank Guidon is placer mining on  tHe west side of the lake and claim's he  is making good wages. ,He is iuak-  ing cleanup n how.  3.15  2.70  2.75  2.75  G.S0'  .27  .2ni  Good cofiep  Co;il oiL per   case   yoQ  Frc-h eggs per.case    0 25  Watch.o'Krpricea each woVfc.'-s wo  arc tho only, grocery and provision  house in town.  ��� ������ .������ T*M*^*"*^B^lw'"*M^fy^j^mTOK1 1 ���.an  RPOWKOHnps  OHUAU   Ojf T4RT*��   fOWOeA  r.t thoir-resddar.mecitiug  jadt f Monday  2;. Moore,  those who took;.in .the races a-nd.,$ports  in Cranbrook On 'the''2f/th and 2Stli.  ...Mrs, J Gorman of^elsmidjuts plirAj." The ^ ^n<\s of Jolln ^  cn.iaed,: tho> iiirni't'Ure in the Lake d,i,~ d A tA'' 1 ��� v . :,' A V,: - - ���  ai,rir�� h'nn^ihS-hniioe, d.^   b^ i^ited ! beeu. laying sick in   the   hos.  Shore boarding house and ��� ;iag lentetl ).  .    ,, ' A     ": . "      -. ���  tlie '-piece Afrom : Mr.;. Drewry;  ; Mrs. I ,pl-a- -. forAso?ne Ume> >V)]l bfi .pleasqd   W:  Gormiln viuil.open her boarding Jiouse d earn th'at 'U! isi'iipidly^rscoveringd  next Wednesday.    She has   had, coo- \\   It has been,suggested, that-.^noiihe-  eidemble experience in   this   bus.ne88;   picnic bo .oltcn% for Dominion dav*  and hallways bu.lt. up a   good ibusi-l Que Moyie buSiness man sutrg sUthat  new-and, made   friends: wherever  she ! jt be gi^eii under the  auspices  of  the  pioneers of tho town.  3H!gJh['��fsfc]H[ojioMi World's Fair  Gold  Med.kl\ Midwinter Fair  ' AvoW Baldug: row^lers. coutaiulDg  nJiixu,1 Tli��y ��ro i>^nrio%iu to Ues.l'fc  J...  ,1 .  ' ^ -  * ii'  ��� 1 .  I.'  n.  l'-dA^5A  ���x&l  l:iil w  'p.  H[ A'(,'.  ,'�� 4" I  ��� .  - E>, rf ���  '  ,i ii f' ,  - '.   Ji **  idljfLS:-  ; ? ��� >- i,  ii . I.  r!'    i  d r  , -, >f'  ����,' i, -I- ���  i   ���     i'.'"   -Jr <'  !d^A"  'f>ljA ���  4.(1  j   [ p^'  'udAT/fA  /., T'.i%:<  *������,'��� iK; 5'-  t -' i ��� ��� ���  &'��� --  i *i - r" ^ -  -j j  i,��,  , ."i"  '- i >. t<  ���- t m?;-.  :'d    ^d."  dh&fi !  t'jivM. .  it;  S-i  i , ;t'h-* ,'  .�� .iit-iV.  c't'lLv-ii       -A  ^Jl4^ d  k"Af liu ���>'_����� i  ?- t!it-t*t-1   ,.'!  I d��*/r^'  i' ' Ti0''    ' "'-  A ' f'n A-A  '   r-ySUfv  i ' s   S-..I'.,  ��� ., k ''A - A  !'    fig- N.  ;;'-.'' fU ;:', ''���  r      .   I?�� .    i' 'l I r  "if1'.   A-i,  i,    ,'J^ .   i,r .'  t - 1 l^:   ''<',  :'#AA  >'\'lu  ,t.' i'f��f   ���   -  : tvw.  ���AA'i  ���|,.']q  .!d1  ���  -*:?'������  f��i"3d     ?  Ht,JSen -    ��� t  u?W'< ���' ��  I*'?;'  '#'   J.  >  ,��� tP'     ^,  ; ��j.t>b . ,  '!������?��   A  , ii* i*i  ui';3.1    A  'i  ;?c  i;u  J,  y  ��� if  ' .���>���  i i*  i *  I   I,  jd  4Q!9C9JtSlXaEX333Uh&seU.'JLtJil��.��a  "; THlT 10 YIE  323SCu^snz^.;.i-rrr.'wrs^".>^^'"^��isr3ia^^^  r i  PAHUP  TJSTtSCSSBCia  raaaasasasSjc ctsasEass-siiaaa  LGAliBII.  'jTolJiiii;  iir-id 'my:-.!, Mo , i'"j u-t.nur attomp-  m aj-pi;. eiact truth to a wedding  ��..-> .. i];ios of the  r, J. s:>iYTir & co.,   -  -  Publishers.  katks or icr.scr.irno:  Oac  2.00  SATURDAY, JUNE 1,1901.  ,.,,.,,.. . , nw::i'!-.    /.iter giving tiie ::  i^iblifcht'd m the interest of the peoplo . ,  ; [imtii'S tho cipceiator comintu'i-i.  of Movie and E.i.tKootenay. ,. , ,'U!   rhun.h    w.,a   li|S,.(ir.lted   with  liuwi r-t and jdanis, sborrowi'<i   pro.nij-  i-n.'U.dy ;"i\uis over   t-jivn   from   people  who d::ln't want lo   lend   lUeui.    The  ih-coiiild)-: was done under protest   by  some di the   members  of   th<j   church  ivho weie atkod to do m; by   the   biide  and couldn't well   refn.-e.    The  ladies  are of the opinion   that if   tlie couple  were so Ivnt on having a  stylish   wed-  ding they .-should have been willing  to  have paid somebody to chase all   over  for a day s-'L-ttinc.  the llowers   tOKcttier  and then  taking   them    home'" again.  Th'e young couplu   tO'd;   tiie ���morning  train for  rii. Louis,   where   they    will  spend more money in a few days  than  Willie   can    earn   in    three    months.<  Willie says that now   that  lie   is   he's  going to   teltle   down.    Some 'of   the  merchants think it   would'  have   been  better if he had settled  up   fir.-t.    The  groom gets a salary  of ��+27 si   month,  which is about   the  allowance   Bettie  lias been used to for pin   money.    We  wish for Willie's, sako   that   the ,old  saying that it   mkes   no   more to   support two than one v/asu't ii he/'  If tho ocean were  drivd   t'p, iill   ths  Harvey    &���   McCarter, THE   POST" OFFICE !  ' ^  ���anranag^g^  1  Ten days moie and,the Imperial  Limited Service will again be- inaugurated over the C. P. K.  One'year ago we were :n the midst of  a political compaign and oratorical efforts were the order of the day.  rOilT STEELE, IJ.C  Harvey, McCarter * Alexander,    ,  ( FEItXIE, 15. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  Milling- Stock  66 rH     J  The Argus .sizes it up in this eiii-y  manner: Walla Walla bus no t;!rtot.  cars, but, then, we have no street'car  strikes or riots, either.  mw��w��i u  The spring race meet of the Cranbrook. Turf and Athletic s'ssoidaiion  was a big success, and tho people of  South 'East-Ivootenay will .anxiously  look forward to its future racing fr.ur-  nameuts.,  CRAKBROOK.  Daily market prices   by   wire  from Spokane.  The C. P. ll. ran .special trains for llie  accomodation of Moyie people this water pasting away as vapor, the  week. Moyie'is the (own that a little amount .of suit icmaining would be  Over two years   ago   train.--  would   not   enough   U>   cover    5,000,000     tqiure  *       i i >  stop to even take on or let off passen-   miles with a layer one mile thick  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notakv Public, Accodx-  ���taxt,   Commission   and  Insuuaxce Agent.  Money to Loan.  rUItUG & STATIONERY PTOUE-  TOILET ARTICLES/'  PATENT MEDIOINES,-;  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES. ?  P. D. HOPE,  JCluumsl imtl Ui-HB-gist,  j .        :TOTAKE3S��ND   CONVEYANCERS.  Q 5'OIQ  And Options Carried.  ]?cprpscnling Eastern  and Canadian Capital.  FORT STEELE, KIMBERLEY,    MOYIE   B. C  ���K I  X  ���5  Moyie,  B.  C.  gers,     But how   time   changes   conditions!    '  The amendment to the Small Debts  Court Act, which was made at the last  session of the legislature, originated  iii the Moyie board of tn\de. The  amendment is meeting v/ith universal  favor .throughout the Province.  AVANXniJ-lilCSTWOitTJtV MEN AND WO-  men to trim 1 n'ml iidvortiso for o'td ustiibli.*li(.><l  'i'.ouic of :-o'li.it ir.ir.nci.il sr.iuilu.i;. t-'nliuy ST'SO a  yeur and uj.ji->ii?i o, nil v r- ftblo in e.i^ii. No cuu-  vasinif i-eijiiueil. Uivu i\ i-'ioiices ami unulosu  ptfi luiuiej.-oti itumiitJ otiv.'ojio. A'lilrusir mru  'ng<L'r, ,"pi Ci'xtou jJld.;., (.'lnctiyy,     ' '     '   -l-i   i  W.'F   GURD,  K.VKUISTKll, S'OLICITOU, ETC.  CRAXBIIOOJC, B. C.  7  6    '  i  U  vi  -o-  TO TJ.'H UE4F.  A rich lady cured or her-' deafness  ���and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,-  000 to his Institute, so that ded people  Labor, is again editing the,Tribune at unable to procure the Ear Drums may  Wallace, Idaho.   There are  few abler {have them  free.   Address Ko,  14522  James 11.' Sovereign,   at   one   time  Master Workman   of   the  Knights  of  E. A. ELTON*,'  Commission ��and   Insurance  AgeiVt.'  NEW   YOltK LIFE,    '  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE.  L    PHCEXIX OF BROOKLYN  -      LONDON MUTUAL FERE  , , Insurance,Co.\>  Eort Steele^ B.'C.  For your outfit - ���" The largest stock in  East Koolenay.  "       />   ��� '  & go., , ; ���  ClJAXUItOOK, B. 0  n  Clothing,   G-eiits9', , Furhlshitig-s,  Boots9| Shoes, Hats, Gloves,' Etc,  COASK AND Si-IK, Uo.  i iiiwiimiiiiww iriniinrM rw^i  TtfTmi*n*niiiiTirii m Truiwir-riir-i-T r ivirrrr tr vim  VicroitrA Ave., Moyib, R, t  ^>  Si  *r**Kw*w*��m2ve4#��m  *rti TK^KVJ'.I  Eve  writers on sooial and _ economic ques'  In the United States thau" Mr. "Sovereign. ' <  \,  ��� An old negro iu a neighboring town  arose in prayer1 meeting and said :'  ���''Bredderin and sisterin,! been a mighty  mean nigger in my time. I had , a  heap er ups and dowus���'specially  \'downs��� since I jiued de church. I  stoled chickens and watermillius! 1  cussed. I got druuli. I shot craps,  I slashed udder coons wid my razor,  an' 1 done er sight er udder things, but  thank the good Lord, bredderin and  sisterin, I never yet lost my religion."  ���Blue Ridge (Ga.) Tost.  The Nie.holsou Institute,. 780,  Eighth  Avenns, New York/U. S. A.  It would seem that an effort is being  made to cause dicscenlion in the ranks  of the smeltermen's union at North-  port by the Le Jloi company with a  view lo breaking up the union. The  Northport union has the mon-d and  :matiri:il support of the people. There  is no complaint of violence, and the  Le Koi people has declared war, apparently not tc uphold any hiyb minded principle, but simply to advance  their own selfish interests. In this age  lawful unions, made up of respectable,  law biding workingmen, are esspntitd  to the welfare of. the wage earner.-;, and  the company thr���t attempt.-" to trample  on the rights of these men wiil iu time  meet with just defeat. Thicv v;:w attempted in tlie Ooeur d'Alenes and today unionism is atrcugcr than ever in  that country. N    .  A'-ses*lUSUt work Contracts; Xafceu.  Parlies wishing to have assessment  work clone on claims iu the vicinity of  Moyie. will do v/ell to consult oi write  the undersigned for terms. Work  left in my care will be promptly attended to! aiid satisfaction will be  guaranteed. 6. A. SCOTT.   ,  eri33-��a*��cn  5st l^aLC Iini��, It-.iles.  o  Halcj-on Hot Springs.  The most complete -health resort ou  the. continent of North America. Situated midst Scenery unrivalled for  u'ramlucr. THE HALCYON HOT  SPRINGS Sanitaiium, Halcyon JbEot  stirings, Arrow Lake, J3. C. , Resident  physician and uurj-e," Boating fishing  and excursions. Telegraphic communication with all parts of tlie  world. -Two mail.-: anive and depart  daily. Terms. #15 to ?IS per week  according to residence in hotel or-  \iila.-. lis baths cure all nervous and  mufculivr diseasec1. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver and s-toniach troubles.  Tho baths and waters are an invalii  ble leniody for silvcv arid lead poisoning. " *  XOTlCK. -  Xol'cc ir ncroby j-i'.c-n liitil I. D. 11. Martin,  miner, intend U0 <lvys iiftc- (into to pppJj' to tin;  chief commissioner of jfii'.li ajid wui.-'s for u  '-pecJi'l licmt-e uml':r Itind act toc::t and cairy  asviiy timber on the ioHowing t'e^j'.iibcd hindt,  s:.ati-,"d ni the ' vicinity of 13ie upper Muyie  Jake t'Ji'it: bouth v;d,t" ceruer' po-.t L-i'u.uud  about oi;o ha\i mile lKirlhotiH' of ,>loj'e nver  full"-: tlteueb liortli fe9> clitwns, ilienoc urU 80  obai'.i^, tlioiice sovth 60 ch-'.ui", tl'uuec vc1-'. SO  cli.'.hi? "-.o ;,l:'ec "i conirrxjuLeiiiciit.  il.lt. MAP.nA.  .Uo)iu, IJ. (;. roVi. ?.'Jtn J901. 3-lij.  ,C I^'.HIGGINS;. ';  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICE���FARRELL BLOCK.  MOYIE, British Columbia.  << '   aAJi..ijuiiiwiiiiwgsi��wawwawuuww^TifijwM��niiiiinii.wwa*.  iU  1   iv  ON THK  7  >*���  wo. Hays or.  |    V  u-   ��  ! 'i  it   *   H,'3  Tho   Ci-aubrook Turf and Athletic Association will  hold  y? f!.      fa k * a v? w ki L  , P 3 ?% *% ^'      P    : f> 5 {! �� l'i '4  '^t  1  "Mqw 97 'QtiH  ���   >   i  City   Shaving .Parlor,  ���' ,     ' i  .CENTRAL   HOTEL. A '   ���  WESL3EY CiiMfis, Vxop.  Moyie, , B. O.  Send Your Worls  "CITY"  UUNfc/  Where it   will  be  Done   Satisfactory.  t  ���   ��� P. LUTNER,.Pecp.  BUTCHER SHOP.  '   t i  (QUEEN'S  AVENUE;   '  ' -    FISH} ELESH      .  AND.-EOWL     ,'  OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LIVING PlilCE?.  \  GOOD WORK.  PRICES   REASO��AliJK  Br.itTHCT. .������Kmn^TMom  T  HE  LAKE   SHORE  "Barfcer Shop,  Hot, Cold and Vapor Bathed]  Opposite   CosmopoSitan     Hotel  >��    .'..-..    . ^  VI. T . FOr-OV I'i'O'-,  MOVjE DAIRY.  i  Fresh new milk delivered to all  pans,of town twice i. day. 8ati-faction ju.:ra::tccd.  Mrs.'Adelaide Dill, Prop.  wnra' *i***-^*��^-irwr-  rrwtrmfrrTt'w  T^-wwiM*rwitr"  To lovers of the nationr.l ,g-^m(- the  following may prove of interest :  Spaulding's guide giveb the iuw TJ01.  rules. The first and fcpcoud foul btilK  hit by a basman, unit1.-;: two strikes  have already   been   culled,   henet-furtli  .will be counted  strikei:.    Tlie   catcher   ,u,iU ;o: ;��� ��� p.cm1 Ui.-tiv; under Jund  ;ra  t-i  will now stiiiui v/itiiin ten feel   instead A" i"* �������� ny -av.-j   li-nnot   c->  i\..- i.:hv.\hi'\  i:Ao  ReT KOOTENM BOTTLING G0<  L'RAKFHOOK, B   C.  XOXICK,  N'lii'.ei   iKir'--,jy Jiivii! il'.tif I   Vw. J.  i;y!ey, j  miner,     i'lP.-nil    ntxty   d"y3     nUer d".tc    to I   F,-* n n j. a A      \'2To frtVO      rt?   ol]  ,p���iyrotLc   uiiof   i^um^touerof ],,:d   ..n,j^iealefS.      WafiClS      Oi     dxi  Kinds.  of ninety feet o." (lie plate   througliout > !,'���,'���'Ay,,'\j   ; < i  ,t.-:   tht  !!���!���- <*,'A' -  . the  , icniit"'.'  of  t!  Bread deliyeicd  t  Lb any part a  lthe cll.3*,  $1000- IN PRIZES AND';PURSES   $1000  FIRST'DAY:   Foot Ball, Base Ball, Gun Olub  '    , .        .��� Shoot, Foot,Races, Etc.  SECOND BAY: Great Program, of Horse Racing,  SEDUCED   -BATES   '-.ON    THE   RAILROAD,  , 1  ^ake a day or two off and go x  to Cranbrook for a good time.  _-  '���  ���3  1 ���������'!������  I ���     ' "ii  I V.S  I      "\ I* T|��,  A-V>'  ,   /'.iwi  ��.����� >  :"��.*; .  iV-/-.  . Leiicn  1  ^  mes.Oill,  TC  Always oy Hand^ ., -l  eA. "jSLINli"- 'Prop.  IF YOU ��� ARE A   ,  J U D GS "^^s^^^ssKix,.^  ck'ijomks.tic .\;<i^ imi"iiitj:ij  PIPES AND TOIJACCOK,  Call and examinc^my/new  . "       slock and you  will be 'cun-  ���'   vincail thiit l'have the   bek-t  brands there are in thenwtr-  'Icet.  D.'iJ.,ELMER'S   Cigar"  Store.  Krxtdoorlo irooloncy Hotel.  Vic-  tori:-, -trect, "Mo"1, ic. Ii. C.  rr�� TTV���j��a���<LWWtir*^����r'*'T:  the game.     The   piich.--r   will  <I.d:-.i r > i ���-' A>u i-i  1. i..> ti  :.��iiiMi   1 r.'-f.  the btill to the basman us .-^ot.-ii  "lui'-t '���. iiui'-1 1 ortli \v< "I <���" i.'n  iw.]' run'-. Mi'iiii"! "'.��� t i.'i-;ii'j fiifin-  init'1 .% ci :.'n��, i!iei!"u (.u-.^   }.n   cli.'in-,  llie   niai  ��� if   1 flu-  jjicn'j. i:vli:y.  'Ao\ 1  t'l'Mll  'in i!',e -['lit'1 ���" i' 'iii 1:    to  latter lakes his   po.-iliou.    ,'d:ot:li!   the | i.-^uci-.-n  ditcher deliver the ball to :t!iy .jiin.'^MMi-ci'''-'-'"���.  place a ball will be called for each delivery, 'idle umpire is empowced to  -remove from,the game :ind if nee"-' ai v  Jrom the grounds any pcii-on guilty wf  using impitii-C'r language. The i,airman may not tuke Ids dace ii' hit i>;,  f\'~,  'dcrs^Soii cited.  Soda Wci?;or  and SypLens.  1 may not take Ids dace if hit by rfj^gjj ''" J ^1-^1' 8d %*>%  died ball, but the ball will be ����g| gt^^^J^^iSrf  nlcd us a bail ii'jalnsfc  the   pitcher.    ���^L.A^V.v;' vAr^ �����- - M.y.����  /s'A  Lis  m  f/7 3 i3     ft    If ii f 0  ��a g i 8 u i a  LU  jute  counted as a bail against  the   \  The last named will do a,,'ay with  the  practice of   getting   touched    for   il.oj  sake of a base.     As a v. no!?,   th.e  A<7*:r  "  !.' W '  will tend  to   fpiicd:en  make the game   nu.r;  the   pin  poiailar.  games have bt-en so Ion'; drawn out a-  to much decietir-.e the inteicst.  . I.Iay���Belle has beeu in tho nm'rket  A.or,a lqng time. Clara���Yes, but she  A-. etill quoted at!27.  ���"������j^'^l'A"' "" JADK  flflAfcKP  'V'-V,.'.; '.VcV-'d" '/"tEE'CKS  . til. j. 1     /,!���-,���no r"T.'"!i ^ ���'   ';:rif "���' .' ;i !.<ie"';iW!oiVuuj7  i i <-,i"*V\;" f.-.u-'i '���in "IJ" ��� A '���' ,;- A'0 ������'' -= i*"i-*.t*:'  .I tld , ,\:.,"Wi I'-. T' fl.i'l-i/W-'Pctr n!;\   ( "inni'i:.!'' t-  M���    ,   i   III,-, ."fl-'tl-"!  .il"U  '     !'���      -'I '���-���'.l.rHl-C.-. I'l.ipl.i,.  j.-O- t | b(>,n ;,(>��. oi '[��� t rn"iiy i'iv:��i iiriujMVtlOHli..  ;AA53;A;>T^;i��:i  ,..ui" (   :.".i  < ..r.<v',!  iji-i i������'/.'i ^. ^.lti!v^:"t���v-  iiV  ." ip ic -^ <">'��� r^"ul-.  v"i.r ��� ���four months, ?;U tiAU by all ���newsdealers.  lBUSti&Co.3e,Dro-dMy'NBW-YQrK'  Braucii Office. 633 7? 8t,, WsD'ainptoo, JO. 0,  NELSOH.  S BRENTON  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMINGr  ���ALSO ���  BAouAt-r,     lOxrjuofts    a::u    G'Ankrai.  L)j-:j,ivj:i��V.  MOYIE.  T. V. LOWNEY, Proprietbi-;  Jliners   lieadtiuaj'lord.     Good ��� accommodations, for   travelers.      J3bdt   V7i!te;  liquofB vnd'eigaro kept in etock;  Lake Shore Addition ,'.        ' MGYIE* fifCf  ���   (. - .  *a.-V ^4wA��       ^li. AUEil  A" /.?i I) K K S TA 2) T, UIESTilBKH cC CO.  LCiifsOil ��� iJyys st' I \tt thl   U  ��.  [h  'V^r  n  EJn  duality not excelled, in the country;, Try it  be convinced;  ��� ,����re*T.-a. aa-/!.������  .�� -^ ^jra ji ntfitfw��wi/tBy��f,wf^'*|'*<>'''  ���.>���"^;'*'^������-i'���-' '-*"���  1' f JtVI^ '^i"^j (i fw^*nat.i^WT*^  Io,K  ���� lii  (t>   '  fli'  ��)  'IV  ;j/  v'/  I*  'i>  f|v,    MtOVfV  I*  'vV  0/  si  Hi  prices Giveii.  and , Orders  Tal?fen on  E'tto^y thing  johmstom  Bjws.    ,  -r5 s   _   I  Th->^'Hotel is New ajnd well Furnislaed  The | j  "   'lie Best tlie j |  Filled with J f  thei^est Brands oi Liquors and Cigars. * ^  AO!-::;Tri i'ou paust'K-  milwmjicek beer. ���  ... -  j>^'"^ ^>  .ft      I,     iWM  &    til  tt     UrfffS^  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MSN  i;i:n-isn coi.uriini.t  ^^ t ��� ���H*TlWf'��t'^"  ,J,r^-^r*--^��.rw*i*rt*i����*wn>"V��ii wrrT**^"!^1 ������*- *"_J_*J  : ':i.v5/  ii    juv;  ���./   ;'.V  -,J.'- _^/_l-:i.^i."^'-   -^  V.^iA-^-rf-Z.^/l-S^  rf!Lri-Zj'.'Zji!i��'*��.* ^  THT3    PBOSPECTOaS'   BXOHAKTGB  "" xf). .' i;,.'',j-..(;.  isi^^.tv, ;i*iicr^��>N. i>. u.  'Jold. Silv. i ls'iid tuitl (lopper mines wanted at the KXCIIAHGI'  ElllOiO MlidANG (���iOLi/iiiMAertieb wmited at, once for Eastern  '���>;'-  'a; tn  I'ltvitig it'.iniiig pi'ipurtv mr Hs\lr are  retpie.-ted   to   ��e:a  i-ai.M'die,-, iii" their o'lt: t<  !l,(.    I'!  (!UA;,"(JE for exhibition.  All   dd.'.'.  t ���- r, i >  r?.n ting1  'Lino at the  **- 5"* S���  ^* 1B'  a 5.  B'6 I  w iv  1  ire to li'ii,-fr<>m jjn^.ncriors  who Imvd   promising   mi  ���d   fc   n;ake  the   ^-x-  (���liil eiiiir.iri iii lA'i'ddi  Anlr.mliia.  i'ro'ii't''"'-"-" :i!-d niwiii'.", n'.er.  ^UAN(iL0 th.-ir :if.uKi'i,ir:.ei ; ���."'������' -��� .-��� 'h-.*". ^,..     ,^  All -Minpli tt .Ainiidl be. .s' nt. by e::i>!Vi;\ !AtH}A*..l'U.  Corn i-pniid.T.ee j-iddeiUd.    Addre-- r.]\ cnnniiUiication-  Mm  ,'4VA'  '(llU1. 11  !,( ;i ,'i ivi'l.iOii.  to  [Telephone No. .10-.  "i\ t$sr'i$z"iv*"lVi '*'r* l*F 'v-  AK'DBI'IW'A  '. O. Box 700.���  '. I��OSEXliEllGEIl,  NELSON", B.C.  "A>x Ajs-z^s-' .'-oir^'s-i.}v ^v3" r  i  THE MOYIE LEADER.  f  dr  ��l i  MOYIE,    B.   C.  A  'S  A DROP OF  INK.  ��'��# - A SUFFERER FOR YEARS, THE  V., ,    RESULT OF A FALL. ,  In ills Wpiikenod Condition J.a 'Gri]>pe  FtiHtoued JtHell'U])(>)> llini,:ti.d Itrought  111 in Near tlie Grave, , ,',  I"    ��� ��  *��� *r  '    \;WPi       .    .  :;*>5  w ^i? Mr. William Silver is  a well known  ��� ^;,;JTarmer living "near1  Ilemford, N. S.,  , if tffJ luring, his life he has passed through  . ^V-much sickness,    and   now,  thanks  to  ' V-S5?J#-,)f- Wimams' Pink J>ills' he is again  .r'/^T-jiJinjoying vigorous health.     To   a re-  * "Ji /\Hf I'orter who recently .interviewed him  I ���"��� !i?,'~ Mr. Silver said "I am now in my  ',', .ff7i"G2nd year, and I may date the be-  c' :';.V,!'J' ginning of my trouble to my six-  j ,   ~iif xicnlh year when I was thrown from  ��� v* *> 'xt horse's back - and had my - spine  | , ' .'��� somewhat injured. This .was always  i ,' a weak < spot and it seemed to leave  1; '."     .d\ me     more    susceptible     to       other  tioubles  as  it grew  worse as'I advanced   in years.   As   a farmer I  always had to work hard, anil often to  expose  myself  to  inclement weather,  back trouble was finally  aggravated by indigestion, and as this af-  Wffifti^&oted my appetite, Twos very much,  !-,'^.'i^^ruif.down.   Finally a few years ago  d^^#ILwas attacked with lagrippe, which  \'ffi0W���Lavelovcd  into  pneumonia.   My ,fam-  !*v&%$ily;fi doctor   succeeded    in conquering  d^'-A^^is trouble,  but   for' six months   I  IS^jwas not able to, leave tho house, and  Jail that he could do for me did not  Jbring  back my strength.     Finally  I  consulted    another   doctor, but with  no better result. A 'Jn .fact,' before.   I  stopped  doctoring   I  had    tried  four  different physicians and  all"' the time  instead  of-getting belter J was growing weaker.     Some eighteen' months  had now elapsed since my attack of  la  grippe,  and    during  that  time    I  was not able to do any work.     My  whole system' seemed  exhausted, and.  'my nerves shattered.   On fine days I  would go out, for a ��� while, but often  I .would  become so  -weak 'and dizzy  tthat I could scarcely get back to the  ���house.      One   day' a    neighbor asked  me why  I did  not try  Dr.' Williams'  jPink Bills.       I thought     the  advice  Ipiight, be worth taking and I sent for  it half dozen boxes of the pills.     Before  they were   gone  there  "was,   no  ���fioubt I had found a    medicine that  wxis helping me, and I got a further  ?lsupply-   .1 continued taking the   pills  "dior about three months, and before I  iguit using them I was feeling better  sS|aiid  stronger /than  I  had done    for  p^|/$ifShears.  ,Every symptom, of ,the weak.d  ilii��$teness that had1 followed la grippe was  fefe'one,  and my back which' had.both-  lered me for so many years    was al-  Jxnosl    as    strong as in boyhood.     I  shave since  done many "a hard  day's  rwork,  . and been.  exposed ' to    bad  |weather,,but without'any"evil effects,  md I can  truly say    Dr.     Williams'  'ink Pills  have restored' me to vigorous manhood."  Dr. Williams', Pink Pills cure such-  cases as the one noted above because  .they create new, rich, red blood, .thus  strengthening weak and shattered  nerves. They do not purge and weaken like other medicines, but strengthen from the first dose to' the last.  Sold by all dealers in medicine or  sent post paid at<;50 cents a box or  six boxes lor S2.50 by addressing the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  A drop ot iak, with care and skill combined,  In ornamental character enshrined  A noble thought.  Another drop went wrong through want oi  F��ll on my work and marred its tezture t*ir  With ugly blot    .  Tbua each of fortune's gift*, 'tis plain to im,  Used or unused, a potent power mutt be  For good or ill.  Small actions oft with big results are fraught;  Each word, each look, e'en every passing- thought  Needs guidance stilt  AN  AN/ESTHETIC SAFE.  Queer Product of an Inventor ��rf fh��  Olden Times.  "I ran across a queer old relic In my  line of business recently," said a safe  and lock expert who is in the city. "I  was prowling around a inacbina shop in  a town in Iowa, trying to find a fitting  that I needed, when 1 happened to notice  a sheet iron box which seemed to Live  once been entirely covered with, glasa  tubes attached to the surface by cement.  All of the tubes were broken, and most  of them were missing, but the general arrangement could be easily'traced, and th*  contrivance impressed me at once with, a  sense of familiarity. Presently I remembered about it. It was all that was left  of theone time famous^'ana;stbetlc safe,'  an invention which,ought to havo been  sponsored by a society for the prevention  ,'of cruelty to burglars. The idea of the  thing was that any ��� cutting or drilling  through, the outer casing should release  certain chemicals which would promptly  stupefy everybody in range, of their  fumes. In the morning the owner would  ���find'his valuables intact and could simply  call a dray and pack off the unconscious  burglars to jail.   ,  "With such a device it was unnecessary to have massive steel walls, and the  model .which I chanced to resurrect waa  made of one-eighth inch sheet iron.  The  inner, box was entirely surrounded with  glass tubes about tho diameter of & lead  pencil   arft   filled   alternately   with  two  chemicals which were supposed to produce stupefying gas when they came inta  contact.   There was a thin .outside casing, and tho theory was that any effort  to  break  in would  necessarily   fracture  two or more of ,the fragile glasses.   It  seemed incredible, but several prominent  capitalists became greatly  interested  ia  ���the scheme and stood ready to back it  with unlimited means until actual'testa  finally convinced them of'its grotesque  impracticability.    How  the  model   ever  drifted   to   tho   Iowa   machine   shop   I  couldn't find out., It had been there for  years'and was probably part of the plunder of some forgotten junk sale. , *  ., "Tho only other safe -I know of fit to  rank  with  the ���" 'anaesthetic'  as a. freak  was   ono   designed   by   an   inventor   ia  Washington:   It was circular in shape,  ��� with a pivot at tlie bottom, and at nighttime the plan was to connect it with an  engine belt and spin it like a top.   The  Inventor was very much in earnest and  made a large working model.- He admitted modestly that the safe could only be  used 'where steam power was avaliabled  What would prevent the burglars from  throwing off the belt he didn't state."  Rev. F. Elliott Frankly and Strong  ly Endorses Dodd's Kid- '  ney Pills.  <2J/i&> foa^lcoulonxz AaA  Tlie Gr. sit Kidney Krmcdy Inspires Guit-  itudo Wherever  it Gock���Xci .Mi-<iii:lii<j  M> JIiKhly  eiidorned���Wliut. ;i   Minister  ,����f Hi ii   Giihjiul has to Say iiuout DoddV  Kidney I'ills.  It's a short alley that has no ash  barrel.  An apt quotation is sometimes beb-  ,ler than an original remark.  *����  Alfred A. Taylor, of Margaree,says:  '"One bottle of MUSTARD'S LINIMENT  cured a swelling in the gamble joint,  and saved a horso worth $14.0.00.  Tlios. W. Payne, of Bathurst, saved  the life of a valuable horse0 that the  vet. had given up with a few bottles  of MINAftD'S LINIMENT.  Slftke Bellere' Monrnen. ���  The  Chinese  possess  a  great love oS  funeral  display  and   heartless  crocodile  tears, as they seem at least, to -western  eyes.     An   immense   trumpet   is   even  used .sometimesj which'is worked, like a  sarden pump to sob out the "boo-hob"  of the,afflicted relatives.   The more unearthly and heartrending'its sobs the better they seem to be pleased.   For a great  funeral all the beggars and ragamuffins  and impudent small boys in the vicinity  are   hired.     They   are   decked   out   in  tawdry clothes, or perhaps their rags are,  not even disguised in any way, hut they  are at least given banners to carry and'  aro hired  to  wail  and  sob  as  if their  hearts were breaking.   The dull, indifferent,   stolid   faces' of  the  men  and  the  roguish, mischievous smiles on the,boys'  faces belie their wails and give a very  unreal air of hypocritical sorrow to tha  average  Chinese funeral, though doubtless  there is  much genuine sorrow and  as   many   real   heartaches   as   in   other  lands  Kiclimond Hill, May '20.���(Special)  ���A sensation was caused in this  township when it was reported that  the itev. F. Elliott had published a  strong letter in the papers endorsing  a patent medicine. This happened  some little time ago, but the matter  has not been forgotten. The medicine in question was the famous  Dodd's Kidney I'ills and thu Rev. Mr.  Elliott is' still in receipt of frequent  enquiries .about his experience with  them.  To a recent questioner who asked  him about Dodd's Kidney Pills, Mr.  Elliott was quite outspoken .r  "I believe Dodd's* Widney Pills to  ,be an excellent remedy," said he. "1  see no, reason whatever why I should  not recommend them; they have helped me, and I believe they will help,  others. If they were ,not a strictly  honest, meritorious, reliuble cure for  everything they are, claimed to be,  nothing would be more objectionable  or further from my thoughts' than  for mo ,to endorse them to anyone,  much less lend my name to a printed  statement. But as the facts stand I  hold by uiy, former course, and shall  always be happy to recommend  Dodd's' Kidney Pills by any means in  my power." ���    ���  The letter referred to in which Mr.  Elliott endorses Dodd's'Kidney Pills,  was0piiblislied in this paper some  time ago.   Jt reads as follows :  "I feel it my duty to inform you  of the great ,benefit I havo derived  from using Dodd's Kidney Pills. Last  spring in particular , when suffering  from Lame'Back, the pain and weakness �� was so great' I could ,hardly  turn or get out of bed. Knowing it  all came from disordered kidneys, I  began to use Dodd's'' Kidney Pills  and my pain and,lameness soon disd  appeared. ,1 consider Dodd's Kidney  Pills a good reliable medicine for  the diseases for which they are recommended.  "When I hear people complain of  Lame Back or Rheumatism, I always  say, 'Why don't ,yqu take Dodd's  Kidney Pills.' I wish to add this  testimonial is entirely unsolicited and  only 'good will to men' woulch induce me to allow my name to be  published'in this connection.���Rev. F.  Elliott." ���'     '  (Ilea/  Mr. T. S.   Forrester of the Fortune Block Interviewed by  . a Free Press Reporter.  Dr.        Sanche's       "Oxydonor"  Scores anothes Victory  Over Disease.  The wages of sin is paid in full  only when the job is complete, but  lots of men draw something from  time, to .time on account.  An expressman says that old maids  are uncalled for'packages.  Probably     the   best    housekeeping  plan is not to mortgage the house.  m  ��� J- pirn  mm  If a man's weak spots were visible  you would think he had thu measles.  Snfe Gueae.  "I was just reading here that they  hare discovered the grave of Hippocrates."  "Who was he?"  "Must be some fellow who's dead, I  guess."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  The End Surprised Him.  o  Always read a' letter to the end an*3  hear a story to the end before you ar#  too much elated or depressed.  A popular physician was much pleased  with a certain aerated water and by his  assiduous recommendation procured for  it a celebrity it justly deserved. The  doctor acted solely iii the interest of humanity generally and expected no return.  To his surprise there came one morning an effusive letter from the company  stating that his recommendations- had  done them so much good that they "ventured to send him a hundred"���  Here the page came to an end.   >  "This will never do," said the doctor.  "It is very kind, but I could not think  of accepting anything."   ,  . Here he turned the page and'found the  sentence ran:  ���"of our circulars for distribution."���  London'Tit-Bits. ,  There never was, and never will   be, a  universal panacea, in one'remedy, for all ills  to which fk-sh is heir���the very nature of  many curatives being euch that were the  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of the patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would ag-  eravato   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  use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by tho influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own  restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid  despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and_ refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to the action of    the blood, which, being  stimulated, 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 digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto  havo given  to the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and.  gauged   by the' opinion of   scientists,  this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   AH druggists sell it.  The artist's work is finished  he draws- his last breath.  when  "The weight of the transgressor  invariably  light.  is  K&ep KHAED'S LINIMENT 111 tbe Mse.  Good Name For Them,  "Isn't it ridiculous to speak of 'shaving  parlors' and Mental parlors' and all the  other "parlors?' "  "Yes, especially 'dental parlors.'   They  should   bo   called   'drawing   rooms.' "���  1 hiladelphia Record.  ���\tM4c  Horrid Sinn.  "Harry, did you buy me that hat I  .wanted?"  "No, Marie; I bought a new cooking  Btove."  "You selfish thingl"���Chicago Record.  Tobacco.  Even the best judges of tobacco can't  always be depended on. Sometimes their  taste goes back on them, so to speak, and  remains blunted for a week at a stretch.  Professional samplers of tobacco take a  week off every few months and never  look at the weed until they return to  duty. In that way they keep ia condition.  .Time, tide and soda water wait for  no man.  Where  there's   a  -will   there   is     always a lot of lawyers in tho way.  his  his  Fntnl   Process.  "Gazznm has been going without  breakfast for a month to reduce  flesh," said Twynn.  "With what effect?" asked Triplett.  "He is losing two pounds a week and  is very much tickled over it."  "Well, if he keeps on at that rate he'll  be tickled to death."   .  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, ns they cannot reach the  diseased portion of the ear. There Is only ono  way to cure doafness and that Is by constitutional remodiea Deafness is caused by nn Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the  Eustachian tube. When this tube gets Inflam-  cd you have a rumbling sound or imperfect  hearing, and when it is entirely cloaeil deafness  ia tbe result, and unices the Inflammation can  bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten nro caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an infl.uned condition of tho mucous surfaces.  We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for ��ny  case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) shot can  not be cured by flail's Catarrh Cure. Send for  circulars, free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold by Drugplsta, 75c  Hall'a Family Pills are the best.  Variety may be the    spice  but most men prefer cloves.  of life,  The Horrid Thine.  Miss Noozoy���Did you know I was interested in business now?  Mr. Pepprey���Why, yes, I supposed  you were, as usual, but I didn't know  Whose.���Philadelphia Press.  'K^.W  A��!k  Credit Where Credit Is Dae,  "She has very pretty hair."  "It isn't her own."  "How about her ugly temper?",  "That's hers."���Cleveland Plain Dealsr.  Where  He  Can't Bmok��.  Miss Lafin���What has become of Mr.  Clay?  Mr. Rand���He has taken employment  In a powder mill for six months.  Miss Lafin���How strange!  Mr. Rand���Not at all. He wished to  break himself of smoking.  Nutmegs are slight stimulants, and  when administered in warm water they  make a gentle nervous sedative and a fair  stomachic.    The Japanese taiko, or drum, is placed  npon a permanent support and rests upon  pivots.          The first gold pens were made by han��  In 18-10 in the city of New York.  Always  put  off   till   tomorrow    the  revenge you could accomplish today.  Ast for linarfs mi tale no oilier.  Never  put   off     (till  creditor   you   can   put  days.  tomorrow  the  off.for   thirty  MINAED'S LINIMENT is -used tor PHysiclani.  The individual -who hates mankind  in general is a close, student of his  own nature.   .  MINARD'S LINIMENT Lumberman's, Friend.  Hearing that Mr. T. S. Forrester,  of this city, a resident of the Fortune Block, had recently made a marvellous recovery to health after years  of suffering, during which time' he  had endured tortures and had several times been given up by medical  men as being beyond hope, a . Free  Press representative called upon him  to obtain particulars , of the case  which had baffled medical skill.  "The    trouble from   which   I was  suffering,"   said  Mr.  Forrester,   "was  the result of a gunshot wound which  I received  during the ,American  civil  war.   The bullet entered my leg. This  caused  an   aneurism  to form ,in     the  groin, and also  caused  a swelling for'  the last eight'years,  and, about  two  years ago I'had'a severe attack   of  grip,   and   also   had  a  heart   trouble  known as, mitral regurgitation, caused  through   an  imperfect  valve,    tlie  result  of a strain  received -in wrestling.   1 had a severe cough after the  attack     of  grip,   and    the    strain  of  that seemed to break up the'eompen-  tion     and  caused  dilatation    of  the  heart,'which'is considered incurable.'  All treatment for it is merely palliative and there has never been a case  known     where     compensation     once  broken     down    has  been    taken    up  again.    One of the; concomitants     of  dilatation is dropsy,  and  dropsy set  in    with   me ' very badly.   My body  was  swollen  so  badly that, I    could  not   get into   a suit of clothes.     In  fact   I could   not    find a suit large  enough in the city.   I was tapped for  dropsy, and the accumulation of fluid  was so rapid that it was' thought I  would  have  to  be tapped   again   ten  days   later.   I   felt     very .uncomfortable,   but  did    not get  tapped,     but  found there .was no water in the cavity,   but  an  effusion.- imder the  skin.  Then  my  leg  broke" out,   'and I,sal  with my  fool  in a wash basin     for  five months with  the fluid    dripping-  out,  and  it ran'"so  rapidly  that my,  wife had lo empty tlie basin twice a  day.'   The    dropsical condition    was  alleviated,   and   then  ulceration"'   set  in'and my "leg was swollen and ulcerated from the toes  . to the knees  and  the calf of my leg measured 27  inches  round.      One  ulcer  was   fully  an  inch deep.   Nobody expected     me  to   get better. ,    Nothing    seemed lo  benefit the legf| but  after a. time     it  started  lo  heal  a little,   and  I went  out to work,    but    soon came back.  In 1S99,  two local physicians    gave  me one month to live.   Subsequently  Dr. Devine told'me I had not   three  weeks on earth,  and again later    on  he  said   ono     evening  that  I  would  not  sec   daylight.   I   realized   myself  that I was pretty low at the  lime.  I could not    lie     down    for  over    a  year,   nor   sit  in  an   arm  chair,   but  sat  and  slept  in   a     straight-backed  chair,   with my head resting  on  the  table.   I also    went lo the hospital,  but   came  back  home    shortly   after,  but was always afraid to lie in bed.  About  two months ago a friend     of  limine  called  in  and -was   telling    me  about   Oxydonor,   and  told  me  of  a  case which it had benefited.    A    few  days later he- brought one over   and  from the  time I ��put it    on  the leg  commenced to look as if it were healing.   It is now healing very rapidly,  and is greatly improved.   My general'  condition and appetite is good,    and  all this has taken place since I commenced putting on  the  Oxydonor.    I  suffered  fearful  tortures with my leg.  The  irritation  was  intense,   and   one  night I -felt like cutting it  dff,     and  would have done so had I  thought I  could have lasted until I could "have  had  the stump dressed,  as the    pain  would  have been less    than   that     I  was  then suffering.   I consider it incredible that a man could suffer as I  have done and live through it, but I  have a wonderful vitality and power  of resistance.   I consider^ that 'my recovery   was a miracle and    was the  direct    work  of    God  in     answer  to  prayer, but think that the Oxydonor  was (he instrument of ITis grace."  Mr. Forrester is a highly competent watchmaker and jeweler, and is  well known to (he jewelry trade of  this city. TTc is a native of Louisiana, but has lived most of his life  in Atlanta, Georgia, until lS9.'l,when  he 'came to the Northwest. He is a  veteran of the civil war, having  fought on tho Confederate side, and  has studied medicine and graduated  as a physician. The Free Press representative who interviewed him  found him heartily thankful for his  recovery, and , he now , has hopes of  being once again fully' restored to  his former vigor and strength of  body,    a .'  T ���  Mr. W. T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange,  Winnipeg, is representing, Dr. Sa'nche  in the sale of Oxydonor.  A year ago there was a shipwreck  at St. Margaret's bay, England, and  the   life    line brought    sailor    after  sailor  to  shore,   ainid   the  cheers   of  the  resuers.    At  last   only  the     captain remained     on board.   The    line'  was ready, the signal was given, and  the  answering  jerk   did    not    come.  Again and again, for a quarter of an  hour,   the  question passed  along tho  rope without    reply.    At    last, when  hope was    nearly dead,     the    signal  came,   and   the  captain     was  hauled  dripping     ashore.   He picked himself  up, drew a small, wet, quivering dog  from  his  breast  pocket,   and    set  it  tenderly     down.      Then    he <   looked  round  and' said,   in  simple  apology :  "I couldn't, fine the little brute anywhere, i,  A Perfect Liquid Dontifrico for tha  Teefh ���* Breafh  DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION���0.  W. Snow & Co., Syracuse, X. v., write:  I'lcase send us V>n gross of pills. We are  selling more of Parmolee's Pills'than any  other pill wo keep. They have a gieat reputation for the cure of Dyspepsia and'Liver  Complaint." Mr. Charles A,, Smith, Lind.  s;iy, writes: "Parmolee's Pills are an excellent, medicine. My sk.ter has been troubled  with 6evere headache, but these pills huve  cured her." ��.,  owder  Both forms of Sozodont at tho Stores or by  Kail; PJico.S3o.CMh; LargoSizes, together; U&  Many of the wrinkles on a woman's  face come from trying to smile when '  she doesn't feel like it' and' much of  the red on a man's nose is from taking a "smile" too often when .he  ought not to feel like it.  "Well begun is half done," says the  proverb, but you' can't convince the  professional well digger that such is  the case.  Tho great lung healer is found in that excellent medicine told us Bick-ies:"Anti-Oon-  aumptivc Sjrup. It poothes and diminishes  the sensibility of the membrane, of the  throat and mr passages, and is a sovereign  remedy for all coughs, colds, hoareenesd,  pain or soreness in the chest, bronchitis, etc.  It has cured many when supposed to be far  advanced in consumption.        -    <  Yan Kajdas; of Ivrzeszonice, in Bohemia, committed suicide by placing  a dynamite cartridge in his mouth  and exploding it by jumping., Nob  only his head, but also the whole  of his body, was blown to pieces.    '  Mr.T. 3. Humes, Columbus,..Ohio,' writes:  "I have been afflicted for gome time with  Kidney and Liver Complaints; and find Par-  melee's Pilla the best medicine for these diseases. These pill6 do not cause pain or  griping, and should be u.-.ocl when a cathartia  is required. They are ��� Gelatine Coated, and  rolled in the flour of Licorice to preserve  their purity, and give them a pleasant, agreeable taste.  TALES OF THE TOWN.  Fnnny  Happenings   Overheard  hr ��  Ilroolflyn Scribe.     n  "I might have been gliding around on  one of t those things and taking lots of  comfort, but for the kodak man," said  the fat man as he dodged a bicycle at  the corner of Court anil State streets.  "What had the kodak0man to do'with  it?"  "He took  a  snap  shot at me in my  bicyclo suit and sent me a proof. . That.  settled it with me."      ��� " '  '"You thought���thought"���  "I didn't think, 0 sip. I simply knew  that the public wouldn't stand any novelty of the sort, aud so I got out of my  togs."  A London paper says lhat half, a  dozen men ,of education and position  there were recently discussing the  comparative cost of royal and Vepub-  licao institutions, when someone suggested Switzerland ' 'as a model of  economy. Not one man of the lot  could recall the name of the Swiss  president. The inquiry was extended  untdl 20 men had been consulted, including a cabinet minister, a�� peer  and three members of parliament.but  all were ignorant. Whitaker's almanac finally informed them that  Walther Hauser is the man.  "If they'd all do business that way,"  said the man in-charge of the long distance telephone as a young man laid  down the fee and went out, "this  wouldn't be a bad job to hang on to, but  he is an exception."  "In what respect?" ��� A ���  ,"Why, he called up Bensonhurst, asked a girl to marry him, got the marble  heart and went out without a kick. Some  fellows would have laid around here for  an hour after to shake themselves together and then make a big row at hav-t  ing to pay regular rates." ���       ��  THE HORSE-noblest of the brute  creation���wheu suffering from a cue,  abrasion, or sore derives as much benefit  as its master in a like predicament, from  the healing, soothing action of DR.  THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL. Lameness, swelling of the neok, stiffness of tho  joints, throat and lungs, are relieved by  it.  A peculiar affliction has' affected the  thousands of Virginia crows that  make their 'home at Arlington,, and  which fly over Washington every  morning on their way to the feeding  grounds on the banks of, the Potomac. An eye disease has broken out  among the birds and blinded hundreds of Ihem. They are unable lo  search for food and are starving to  death in large numbers. At the famous crow rookeries over at Arlington,'the poor feathered things are  dying by'the hundreds. The disease'  resembles the common cataract, which  often attacks the human' eye. A  number of birds were found lo have  a. skinlike  covering  over  the pupil.  "It was this way," explained the Suffolk county farmer to a Brooklyn policeman., ' "I was on. a street car. So  was another feller. Bimeby he says to  me:' * '    '  " 'Hey, old man, what time is it?' '  " 'Dunnod says ,1.  " 'Why not?* says he.     '   ��  " ' 'Cause my watch' ain't goin.'  " 'But I'm sure it is.' ���        A    <  " 'But I know it ain't.'*  "Then ho.'got off the car, and I looked/  for  my  watch ,to  soe  if she  wasr goin.  She was.    She was goin off with that fel-'  ler."���Brooklyn Citizen. '  -  The guava ' tree bears fruit more  more months in the ,year than any  other semi-tropical fruit.  The devil's master-piece is a drunkard's home.  ALL-WOOL MICA RODFfflB SS&ttS  established. 10 years triaL A homo Industry.  Encourage it. BEWARE of American Papei  Felting, which cracks in oar climate. For sain  pies an J. testimonials apply to \  W. G. FONSECA, (Sole Agent.)  (JG4 Main Street, WIJfXIPEO  Issui/r of Marriage Licenses  Supplies for all mokes of sewing machines  WHEELER & WILSON  213 Portage ave. SEWING MACHINE CS.  ' Nations, like individuals, are powerful in the degree that they command the sympathies of their neighbors.  It is surprising how quickly horses  learn the bugle calls. Once, during a  terrible night slorm in camp, our  horses were seized with such terror  that those of nearly every battery  broke loose and scattered about. Tlu*  next morning there was a wild rush  among the artillerymen lo capture  the horsca. But the horses refused to  be caught. An officer ordered a bugler to give the fei*d call, and the  horses from every direction came  dashing in, and the rush was so  groat thai it was with difficulty the  men could get out of tho way of the  eager horses."���From 'Horses in War.'  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN  HAVE A  BAND.  LoweBt priceB <jver quoted. Flne'cataloju*  600 illustrations m&iled free. Write us for any*  thirur in Music or Musical Instruments.  Wfcaley Royce & Co., ^fegftSSL.  ^.G-EISTTS      -WAAOST TIBID.  We aro iu need of a  few  leliablo Agents  throughout the country to handle our  GASOLINE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES. ,  Good profit and quick  sales.    For particu.  luis address  ill M   INCANDESCENT  (IAS LAMP    Co.,  3 13 .Main St., V\ iiiiilpeg.  Master���John, the new pair of  horses are well matched. aren't  they ?"  Coachman.���"M-yes, they're well  matched, sir. One's willin' to work.,  and t'other's willin'  to let him."  The male mosquitoes'do not bite,  but live on the juices of flowers and  plants.  Only three weeks are required to  develop a perfect inosquito from the  effg- ' '������ ' 'A ���.' d      ...|-       ���' :    .  "Anything hew or fresh this morning?" a reporter asked in the police  station. .     :  "Yes,"  said  the sergeant.  "What is it ?". asked the reporter,  whipping out his note book.  "That paint you arc leaning  against."  In the pupa state the Hessian fly  can scarcely bo distinguished from a  flaxseed.  A"'m  i  ���"T- -,  J r  [      ' ,  "  M'-  ���  4-  "   iir  h.  't'��   j  , - ��� %'  >   :i"  i'  ' ''"1;  ;t  I  'i'i  fca  for the  LIQUID  POWDER  Each  S&ffBK ���   , ,. ������.���-=---~,--^--A,-Jc;.-^.:JA.^ ....   ...-.,,...--7 ,-,-  - "^^==^^2?!!!M��a����^^  J;��'U Nose. '.,-'- ������ ���-   ��� '��"-.��-..i-v.���.".�� -..-",-.    .   ���    -..-   -  '-.--'---.-'.v  ��� ", .������������ .   ll is frequently   supposed   that   th,  ���%  Bliss Magog's Oroae,  Bu Virolnla N. Leeds.  ���'j;-!!  . irE_t  -...-.-,.-....-���-..- ,..,-...���*'  was all od  Mcoiai of Miss Mai-  Aorgan.  If shehadn'thad {ui org;m  <1  most frequent cause of a   recj   so��e  is  over indulgence in alcoholic i:ever.ige.-.  and "rum blocs-onr' ir one of the   rnti.-.t  common and cruel ".':i::io.:. appr -d   u,  it.    Through this m:-.eou?epiien much  injustice is dene   to  ninny , a   worths  man and ivocan, who must suider not i ;. wo��}(iprobabl^vvTr'haVThap^i^  only from personal diL.nguremtmt,  bin    :d.- dictionary der-lar-.s that an organ [  also from jiAury to h:j  or   her repr.tr.-   :"ll'-'h '"" -Mi-J-S Malvinp jiossr-sscJ kf'A  *;0r     ' ! ^"'"d^r-.vous receptacle, *ha nrhodpa*  '* 'ru��� ,?:,���,   , ,-    1   ' '     </r-'1" ,,'',IJir*-?'tion. inwhich jwidisprc-  lfcedisoase^   known   as   rosacea, a ��� ^-^ for rourishin* tl.c h-ody."  congestive efiecl'on. of (At, ��d:ii:. If | . i't'diK;); Jil'ss iialraili-vorgaii was a  attaches chieiiy lhe nose, bat, sniru'-' J,,''"lllrh"1!'!recei,fcids. Thc-re wore no  times also the addicentporlions of the I "1.bsoly,<i T-'^fs to the contrary���bur.  ,        .,     r      ,       ,       ii, 1:1.11. it. ^p.s an organ nf illsjestion 1m ,  face, the forehead and chilis, j simply n .-.lander.   There wa* no diges-  redne3s increase.-: little by little i tion aboiu it.   Jt was- indigestion a hilie  way ihrough. The i'r-.pd tout went into  A", if ir. made Tip 11..= mind to1 remain,  did'n't nourish hiu- body in the least and  ;.-; j Alyreover. the I-read was dry and the i   Tf J  " - '    is "fl T <rq *���-  . 1*  1. . >. 1  The  and at ijrst coi.U'S andgoej. ineguhuh  r At this stage it appL-or.-, after expos'. *���:  to cold, after a hourly   meal,   or   afu'i  drinking a little more than usual  After n while !he rcdn^ssand nmg ,=-  tion persist,   b'dh.g   ip.ian&ifieci  bv 'the , ���,;������,,������,,, '     ^    T"   ��� membranous receptacle, was  only subjected her to overy kind oi' discomfort,.  Taken as a whole, t.his organ, which  or lack cf eorrojx) ration we shall call a  barrel  .&'���  * y  ,      , i*..i"  -'  ���'"Si,!  ?���  I ., &\ i.rf  i ' 1 ?,/t ���  ftp'*,  4L1 '�� l  ;,?.;>:. v  ;j'!'-' i';  !'i.:.v ?.'���������'  1  ,   :,'1. / ,  ��� .1**11'.!' ;  '! 'M 1  i.-:i,.��vi  t '!.;/; "  f ,1l.A;  ff,i ���?���������  AJd-! ;  '^!;A  ifc-V  A   .' i 's  l^ .', 1 "/  Si)' .-iii  f ������,���*'"  -'     - *.'  ' ,.;��i .  I *.; i ja  t,'', 1,  j  ni:  l-1' *>e\   !;.-.-'c  1 >��� ,  ��i.p ,.   K'-, 1 ^ *  M'S !A|  ' iju?'.' A'dr-ili  ! '    }ilS  ''S1 '-  i' 'f!.t��- ������!���"���('.''  ���;: }',i-d\i  ���J .ft  : --1 ���  '' ^._  !"j  .-,-1�� '  .-ir-'  t ' .hil.vtx"k.  1     'it;if.    ,.   ;  H- f'i;5e    , '\'  fiiUf d    ��� ' ;  {- #t'I ���'  11 mb  :���'- 'Wv  -}A'i-m  ���!h^i -  Lv>;  .���"Mi.  ���. ���n"  v.  '    ' it  i    ['��  ... ..     1  ��� .v^^uo  II.I.IIIUII.-II.-,   (-wis  ;i  osirrej  causes   just   mentioned,   hut   not   o:s-    orpin of indigestion in which nothing  * ....        .       ~ .         . _   j ^  <������ v  appearing in the intervals,    So.id   1I10J except torture yras prepared for eiTie?  -veins of the nose or other ;. trts uff *f{efi    DOxly OT GCml>  become   visible 'a-   line/wun-   lines   ti,^^^!40?"5S,Ma^^ fr'.rada.for,  ,     ,        A ��� tU!1�� ��n�� ��� husband.    The.  fonner hnd  running through  (be   skm;   ,,isd   l;A'.r( dropped off, one by one, on account of  the skin becomes thickened. vl (hf.dr pet sjw^if.cs  b?inc  rejected by  j.either Misa Mt.Jvim or her'org-nn; 'tfio  ' second was :i, iln* nj;it;;oa'l talent v.-hich  she might Lav  for the  thi  nil. ���  Col. Wilds,, a gallant officer, had in the  earlier da>v; lost his heart to Miss'Mal  ^i j urinkii?:r v. aterwaahot.  r/* ''     Miss M;dvina was introduced to her  fellow inu>iids, .Mrs. Weeks aoud Miss  fdiine, -who were already at the table  when site- entered, ond-pha'. was having  1 verj nice time witii them, comparing  symptoms, when a footstep and a man's  Voice caused her to Jook up.  Theji there  occurred to poor 3iiss Malviiia the one  event of her hfo.  The geiiitleman of the nerves tmd ec-  C'Pntrir; Tendencies was none other than  her old adinirvr, Col. Wilds.  Miss Mr.lvina started and blushed and  recognized him,in a moment. Ilis hair  had turned wLik-aiyJ ho no longer wore  a uniform, Ont he w-��vs the same gallant  jiwn���indeed, age,had improved him.  Col. ]Wilds recognized Miss Malvina  also, and t'iieir meeting was an in-ter-  e.stiug on<;.  '���\Yhy, Mess my soul, Miss Malvina!"  t*r��qrj Uie colonel, "to think of pur coming iog-ei/her again after all these years  and under such delightful circumstances.   What's your trouble?"  "An organ," murmured Miss Malvina.  "Only one?" exclaimed the-coloncl.  "Why, I've got a thousand, and every1  A   Complete Line of  Enamelled la  Q  I Snaps for the People,  KA'  f  r     l  r  1  I-  ��w ass  S n  ;�� > on^ a" 'cm put of tune!"  It is greasy and-!;tt]o pile rhidi'sto  the mouths of the oil niiin'ti O.ivtr, arc  s e e 11 d o l t.ed ov e - th c sj: r fa c e. T11 e s u r -  face 13 'roughened and uneven,, dhe  nose inoreaees in &hie and beconi'.-s  shapeless, and pimjdes of vaniutj si/.e  appear-more or less tliickly on all.    -  All these changer do not occur \n  every case, and the process- may slop  at any  one  of'lhcm.    Sometimes  a  Miss Malvina Laid she was sorry, and  began inquiring y,bout his symptoms.  Tlie colonel ea'tertam'ed' her ,wMJi a  list of The meet intense horrors, and  the. meal pas&ad off tlelightfiillv.  After dinner They played   dominoes.  It ynas a party of ghosts; pale faces,  wasted liands, an occasional groan, en-  r the seme melancholy cnxise, and the    lh encd iTOm lime to t]���e ^ " ^ac'png  ird yvas perhaps the most dismal of   C0US"h-  -tt. a quarter of nine Mrs. Week's  dropped a doin'mo. .Col. Wilds shrieked  '���Fire!" and thry were all carriod ojf  and j.u'i to bed like babies.  In consequence of ith�� excitement  ^Irs. Weelc5 iuid T\lUs Paine went to rest  for another week, and' iiic following  <-veninff .Miss Malvina and Col. Wilds sat  dawn to a teie-r.ntete game  Everything: Necessary to Furnish a Kitchen for Ifouso or  hotel.  ^tSSt.'fiiJsiiHiliiiis; and Plumbing.  .Just arrived a car of groceries, crockery and glassware. Our stoclc in all  lined is jjiriotly up to date. We can  pave you money on all clothing, boots  and -shoes, gents' furnishings, dry  poods and groceries. . .iud .don't for-  get that  r-r' ' ' '      ��� ' Vfii  fe We carry, tlie largest stock of Household I  fLu-nishing-s iii the ^oQ^aaay.s.  AGENT FOR  .  J  *'  1  una, and would no doubt have married  her, hut. during- a aoioum in India he  had fallen victim io a iircr complaint,  v.-liich ko disgusted hind with disorders  of  The  human   jnachia^ry,   that   nxi}  .movjk's j,eadtu(; hotbi.-.  A  tiOl'  r-3u  burning U felt,  especially, dining   thp   y-ounfr woman posstsacd of so'unprtr- J ^9WTL *i�� a Icie-'aHtele g-ame.  period of creates;, cor.yc.-tion, bur a&  a   do:iaWe a ihtnr,-as ar: "orp-a'n"'hadn't       ^riss --faivinn could r-ot help noticing:  rule no adnormal   sanation   is   com-   ^ rtim��*^t chance with ���vlic gtallaut    ^y^dsome her former lover had be-  t  'STOI.JSS AT CKANI3K00K   AS��  MOYIH.  rule no ad normal   sensation   is   com-   0^5(,Cj.  plained of. ,       , MLsB ^ra]Vjn^ therefore, was simply  The trouble begins usually iifttr the j not in it at all.  And sn at the time our  age of 30 or 35  years,   but  sometimes   4it0'ry opena we ���Inc.' ijcc--.- ?\fiss Malvina  ��� earlier, and effects women' more  often J wreJ*IltlT.  ^ierdle^, sickly   and   de-^  A, '    , u.n, 1   = I pendent, upon a Gisatrrceable old aunt,  than men.    The   common   cuuspa  are       To be eieldy i" bad chough without  some,disturbance of tlie' funotions of  stomach, bowels or liver,'due to eating  poor or too highly seasoned  food,   Ida;  conic,  and   hov/ highly polished    and  pink his bald head was.  They were having a most charming  game,   when suddenly a'moth-miller  sputtered into the gas and i'e.11 whizzing  among- dhe dominoes,'     ,       ' ���  -  Immediately CoI^Wilds went off.  Poor Miss Malvina was so overcome  Ftho scarcely  knew what  to do.   Not  liking to si-, gating at her old friend,  who ,was behaving himself in a'most  , The best of  accommodation.-  for tin. traveling' public.  IVIcMahon Bros.,, Props.  be.ing friendle&?,'.biit to be both and to  ha'- e a<v ''organ" nito the bargain is haixl  luclc indeed. '  ul,1(1���,    i, -.1 ^i-���   1 ,   ',       -     ,dl-fr-s- SmiihoLW. Mis-3 Malvina's aunt, 1 ����� >was oejaavmg him.��e3f in a'mo^  abuse of alcoholic   beverages,   Sack   or; U��W a aolnuMz i��fson.   She believe*    ^hiidisli and foolish manner   she ha-  exerciBe, and  so   forth.    Habitual   ex-j ihoro'itrhlyinthe text thatafool and Iii:--, j ^iytiii-osc.and.-walkhagacrosg'Therocsn,  posture to cold winds or to the ray.-,   of ! n��oaf'y "-L^ s6ozi parted, and slie obeyed I took from her pocl:c.t��a small box from  'the sun may also produce it.        '      ���'   i thcicxt-H1Jiel��itt,'r-   She had ph-nty.of   which s-he extracted   an   "excitement  ���    rr n ,      ', .      . ,   ,  ,     [ mon/w ana no heirs, but like all misers    I-dh," wihichVho swallowed  Ireatment consists 111 removal of the-1 s]l'c did 210Tl Qon^der tJiat, ohe had ncar " ^  cause,   if   possible.     Great   attention ' enough,  and "she lioardcd it   up   for  should be paid-to'the   mode of living:  BOOTS    AND ���  SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  1 1  E, A. SMITH,   ". Moyie.  s:-:\u MacEaciikkn-i Macdoxalijs.   ,  ���"ns-'HaawirV  -ADDRBS5  o  \&t3+*iKrmiwmu'LM,mi'!t~+1Jim  Oo  NBLSOM".  tMX*.-mBKeinm.ammm��jm*,imMi*mKt*t  fii-aven knows what purpose'.  the diet ^should   be  re'^11hied,   h -dilv .     k' ?    llh  ^ D? V *    CiMritabI-v d^-  , .   ���: ..,-,,     ,    .    ,       A r-osod mdividual, Though The fact of her  seasoned indegestible food, alcohol and | giriiJir. a home to her orphaned nicco  ' strong tea being- forbidden ;   coins ii pa J might imply that 1she Wn?.   Butnoorne  tion, so often   present,   must   be   h\-?l-- i uollld 1-hink so if he knew in what man-  come, and all 'the functions 01 th, bod v | "^fc^ ��Utd       ,,   '    '  -,,,,-        ���     , ��� , 'I       .^ear Malvina," she wrote.. -'As-you  hould be inquired intD  aud  corrected. '������������- ���'  if not   properly   properly    peiformed.  cannot shirA:e, I" suppose I must take  you in."  'Exercise in the open air is   nece-snrv i     ''}ml P����r ^i^7-'-'^-. Avhoso organ had  ,���.-I 1   1 -1.   acd   Eaiscra^ip  rendered her  a' meek  cold winds and from the sun.      ��� f     "Bear Aunt:    As'you say,  I caoinot  hi mild cases oxide o'fzincoiuimc-nl, 1 vSI��tryc and'so I must accept your gen-  A.nd when Ivliss Aiai vino, arrived, 'in  4 .. >  lime water or a bismuth lotion i- often I or��"*��5^f"  of   great   benefit.     In    severe  j    ----" ��. �����.-.,;���       ..i,4u.    m   ^.-v/'iy -aiiiCU    U [A/l'UB-  strongei reiv.edies, or even  the   use   of J cary.. shop, Mrs. Smith-ers'acerbity was  "electricity or the knife may   ba   called i b-v f10 mean:5 appeasad  /or.���Youth's Companion.  In a moment tlie. colonel was tut hor  side.  >  "-Miss Maivina.!"2ie cried,, "what is  it?   You are ill!v  "its only my organ," faltered Sfiss  !i��alviEa.  In his courtly- sympathy Col. Wilds  lorgathLs own ills. '    ���'  ��� After this for,, a week die and Miss  Malvina, sat down tate-a-tete, and during- that time .ho never, once exhibited  a nerve, and she almost forgot that she  ever .itad an- organ.  Hut happiness in this world is short  lived and Fate, is a cruel jade.  ^ On tke eighth evening, when the coIch  nel and Miss, Malvina 'were enjoying  tie most harmonious game of 'dominoes  they had yat played, and when each was  S. J. WEraCOMB  ~cjjnac  Iloiibe. , painter, grainer,  glazier and p.iperhunger.  All woi'L ,on; [perfect surface gurauleed.' i'ricej. no  cording to ' ouality and  jiioek i-ftpiiied  __    (  WILDEY LOnO'ENO. U.  **\  hi  - ���i  dj  J  /  11  i  i  a  ��� i  I .-si  f ' X*  r  Moyie, B'.-C.  Ln3,^a"**MI"*^**��w*^3*un��jiftrn-nmrirrtmtniri mhiiiwhwidi  cures   company* with a gocxlty-siz^ epoth-   tn,w     - ���     V   !������ ' ���'WhCn eadh ^"as   "  Kfl   ���f ! carv.shom ai���. ^rVJJZ:L^:,    -���ch^y reluct to beat the other,   ,t  OHAS. P.  CAMPBELL;  ,   Funeral Director  and  EmbaJnier:,    ^     -  ;  Graduate of Champion 'College ol   the  tdniled'State.-.. ,   Upholstenng and gen  oral   furniture   repairing.'    Olnoe   and  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on 'Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Follows cordially invited.   ���'.  W. J.. I1K1D, x. o.  M.'I-. irOIiIilSTEf'., TKEJia.  FRANK   1>.\��I1Y,  R. S  J] m. i.iND.si:v    .F. S.  "Bother your organ!" she exclaimed.  "It bothers me," red-iirned poor Malvina.,  This exclamation and pitiful rejoinder  became an almost daily phrase.  Mrs.  Smith er* had not. the slightest  patience with her niece's membranous  ceepcaele, and ateivery rnoal such mor-  Thc iMetliodist Confcrciicc.  At the recent conference, of the  Methodist church of British Columbia  several  changes   were    accomplished.  Moyie and    Kimberley    wlr.cii    before ; Lni enemies as hot broad pies confront-  formed part of the Cranbrook   mit,ti'-n ! ' d poor Malvina.   The- crgaa', naturally,  have been formed   into   separate nii.-  sious and a minister is to be  "in eacli place. i  As'Rev. \y." G. "Mahon v/iio org I'ud'.od,  a note was brought to Miss Malvina.  She tore it open and read:  tore. Aiken's   ,block,   near   Canadian  Bank of   Commerce.    Telegraph   and  "Dear Ivlalvina-I Pay for no well person,   i m',il ^^ P^^P^yd^tended to.  m,?T*i ^ you have ent'roly recovered, and    p��0 Wi-vto^^I^  that that  miserable organ  of yours per-    vT&T1QT00JSL.  iorms its functions like a Christian.  Come home at onco."       '  Moyie    Miners'   Union  ��   - - - -  Meets,in McGregor hall every/Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    menibcrs-   ;)rc ! WARDEN Eli a  cordially invited to attend. junviP "   '  LJ. I-L.-DprocK, ,  JVesident.  ?!  y.'UOJ.E.SAl.Ii ^.D.K^TAI/.  MEAT     *iffSBpjg4.NTS  J'Vesii, and Cured Meats, En-sh  ' 'Fish, Game   and   I^oullry.,   We  ;    .-upply   oiily''Liie'   best.    .Your  ���   trade solicited.  AviACIClCTiJ   AT  MACLEOD,",. l^ORT STEELE  FEIINIE, ���      , KimE&LEZL  CRANBROOK.  ,\Maip effice,  i'     5  �� ��  -    *^��4. *  fa:  'C-  f   "A  P. T. .SiiYTir,  Secrelarv.!  QPAnb.5 00^,9.^;  -:4*  '?.* 5  o  ESS"  Miss Malvina laid down the note and  a tear fell among- the dominoes.  B: C.  .An��rt=K.i;.*��'KJtC'��Ww,  r��^t-��--aTj,ji.TrMit-nK^����3Rjrtni.��rTw-a^  these'points and who nvenlhA pa--cd  a very high examination 111 divinity  desires to complete his 13. I).,  work  at  /ill lie bre  |    r:ed cut aga.iiiHt sue'h indignities, and  t-��tip!>i-ii ��� }J^ AIaIvina Stcit hourly worse.  '*    ' ���      .      fluch   tormcir,!?; os the   poor    thing  ' knefw no words can describe.    '  Finally, to Mrs. Soji/i.'-rs' utter hor-  ior, the family phy'^oi-in had ro be  summoned. -t '  -Vor was this -lire v/orst. After prescribing: -'id! sorts of villainous com-  p "uuds, which Miss M:-.Hina"s organ re-  '. i-ic-d with scorn, Br.ACsiomrl insisted  idas Mhss Malvina should come to'his  jii-ivate Banitariuni, knownias the Kcst.  Mrs. wSmitliers was an o'iedr-men.U��d  ���i-oirx   i:Ai-:i;Ki:,   i>.   i>.  o.  .:thl f:  ���om  She fumed and raged and almost tore  college a minister will De urouafi  the   east conference to fake  charge   .ii  Moyie.    Eev. J. H.   White of  Nelson  will be chairman of the Kooten.iy   du-  trict and will    have   charge   of   t!:-.se  missions as superintendent  itislead   of  I-tev. J. V/.   Bowering   who   held   that  relation  last   vear.     Mr.   Mahon   will -, * '  , 'A ...     , " ; tornimed as she was, and at last, after  have pastor charge till   the   new  unv-  ! a fearful struggle, he won the day.  isterdarrives. j     Mrs. Smither^ can h.��rdly be said to    -               ,            ' have given in graciously, for as soon  WAXTED-TKUSTWOKTirV >^K AXJ, WO   ! "*   lh* (1^01" V,;('n,t ���'3y *h�� l[c^<-^  men to travel unci acherliso for o!r|  LMnbli'lu-i'     'Uln tnt nlls'-r'-0,i-,lltLhj hall  rosm she  vl lowed Miss Malvina, and wbero the  poor   thim:;   avji-s   iiaving  a   v;rearing  "My dear Miss Malvina!" cried tlie  colonel, sjimpaitliefcically, "what 'ic  troubling you ?   Tell me, I beg'"  "Alas! Col. Wilds, I must leave thus  haven of.-rest."  "But why?"  ��� "My arant refuses to pay my board I j^.^���-���^^^-  any longer." !   "   " "'���~  "Allow- me to do so!" '���   .  "Oh! Col. Wilds!"   .  "Why not? I'm a millionaire, unmarried a.hcL of age!"  Miss Malvina blusihed like a scQioo'-  giri.  "You are gc Jdnd���but what would  the -world sav"?'^  Moyie BoarpI of Trade  ���   -    Meets on thelii'stWcdiiepday  evening of each  mouth ;u  S o'clock sliart)  J. J?. h\\iuii-:i.h} Pres.  A. P. Macdoxald,    Licwiri T1102.1s.ox,  Vice-I,'res. Seo'y  i'OLt   FINE   TAIfAORIMG ,Q0    TO  ' - ���".���'sC'  - -Ji  &>  ^la'rmywr  Office and . Ke.-idence    CRANBROOK  $$&!\  couiit .novue.  j MERCHANT   TAIWE  f Fine   .Sowings,   .Qvecapatjnjj  } Tronstirs,   Importsd'   Goods.  ( *" "   *  if ~^.*-��4K.!-- '.SHfcvts* 1 lias?  l   ImP.^^Jm   Jthiy of each month.  Vi.-      '"  my  liouhC of Mjhfl linanoiiil .siiuidiuL'.   f-aliu-y .fT'Ou I  ycnramlcxpMises, till uayuhlo in caMi.   Is'ocmi-  ynsing required.   (Jive rot'er, ivji - :>i"t  uii'-Ji.-u  .,e)f (lfidresseil siitiiijiLiI fiivlnj.!.'.     Sildi-c^ "ijiai  ager, !J-jj Cnxtun ti'u\;;., Chiem;!!, i i  and cxr-I'iim^d,  Ko ?,!<ii't> .Sintj Siiif;.  The people  of Sing  *hng,  tiio  mulch with he,- ore an  t indictively:  "f wisli that 'organ" of yours was in  Oohenna!"  Poor Malvina! she wished so, too, if  Kb-- didn't have to accompany-it 1here,  .. ,     t     i        .-j      but  ]K was not trau'.nh-Tiir.rfl  -lji';f   f-n-  Miese who lived   nut.-idc   too  j-ni��� md   (]j(J ^.������..!,ijf, .p...m,t.fi i(u.,,. 3.11  .not like In receive letters beeauce  peo-,     A  fow^lays later, in fear and trem-  ple might think they were,   in   prison,   tding-.   Miss   Mahina.    drove    up    in  2ifow thev solicit  correspondence   and ! ,Dr"   Calomel's   own   neatly-appointed  ���   ���"     '-    ,i -ii r-M , 1 orougham to the door of the Rf^t  ^here is ioy in the   village.    The  good '      .+ ,1rJ.       '^^"' 01 int .tu-^t.  * ,   J _ ' .   , ,   .,    .   ,, -^ the time of her arrival iltcrc were  pews has been   received   (hat   the   ucl    only three oilier patients���������Mrs. Weeks,'  jnlroducedinto the Legislature cbang- i.a chronic 'dyspeptic; Miss Paine, a.com-  /n^ the name'of the village from Sine j ,binaiwn.:invalidAarid an old gentleman  Sing to Ossining, which is 'already  the ! "'!�� ^ abu.^le of ^rve��.  -       ...-'.       V It. was against, the latter Jnidiyidual  that Miss Malvina' was partieularly  'v.-ann'(��'t,'the silightestirrit-a.iang circuTn-  sAance causing him to tear his hriirand  cry "Fire!"   A      ; '  ' : A'.  ', ?or a wwkMissMabjnare^d,lying  qnieUy or, a Bfratdit-thv^i'ji.i.ie bedstead,  gaxiiig At ,a-ia'r!Tjdnioi;i^]y,tinted .walls.'  On Abs-cjghth day win; was so auvjh i.m-  (     '"Nothing-, if you    will   follow  ; wishes. *'  iicr fal.sitlrair, fori he board alone, with-      . "Whafc **& they?" inquired Miss Ma!-,  out medical at'i.enc'lance. was 5=25 a week.    vjn^ mnoconrtly.   ���   '  But Dr.  Calomel  was  quite  as de-j     "Be my wife!"  "But Col. Wilds, my organ ?" '  "No objection  whatever." answered '  the colonel, cheerfully; "it counteracts '  my nerves.*' 1  Poor Miss Malvina; all the phvsicr, in  the. world b.-.-l been tried upon her and !  a.i nad ,aik-d, tor no 011a had ever '  ihougi.t of giving her a dwe oi happi- !  nt'.-.-. rii-.it (!<,;���: being ttt)miub=1<-rc-d, !  luv r<-oyVfry wai rapid aud c^mpIc.U-.      j  (���nc day then: wur a rpimfc iititk- wed- '  d.r g ol The l^t. .and  afterwards, as ,'  1? A QT  31 MAY 8 JUNE  itliij; .liretlierii   invited  lO ill l out].  0. T. rAIcGi:K0OU,,r:. ft.  Lager beer sold ;by the  J^eg ar .tUxcs;  botljes.        ' ��� -  Presbyterian   , Church  sKiivfcjjJs  Bottled. Beer  in StocM.,. . .  Man  11 s  TO  Are hold in MoGregor liail each   Sab-f ���   bath at li a. m. and S p. m. J    .  ," Sabbath   school   and   oasioi's   bible   Outsufc Orders Given Strict Attc,ntj<;c  class at 3 p.jn. ' ���==^====sr^-~-TBr==r^r=s^  Tiie-puljlic are invifed   ami ' will   bo  wclcoaied ciirdialiy to each and   all   of!  llie*e SL-rviccs. G. 13. ORKIG, \  Bus I or.     !  I  wi'iLii iHwrji tiayiipM'iiiHii y^n��r  I  Mh ,   \Jalvina -Ali^ MalvVna no lon{?��'r  "'"' "]1  lK"r "-lliftin��'s O'ut of tie,  Buffalo  win }<,\,-t shii said 'to herself-                     ' ' v >��^^-,       -ri        ^      -1 -.   '  "��w mo;  did  I cC-er think Bd live ^UIie '4'  1S'    Jui^   ^.    1^1  to xt�� the day when J would 'bless my . A lip-- fl    PO  organ!"--Ladies' World.                            ' /iug- O, ^-U.  FINE WATCH   EEFAjRTNti  TIVKNTV YJCAJJS ^XPJOUJKN'CK.  S^S  Kiou K'ock   of scrvicoable   watoheH  a.!  r^a.-miablu prlcea.    Just tlie thing foi  , JIlilKTa.  VlOTOltlA Stkkkt. '  name of the town in which the village  Jd located, has passed both the Senate  and the Assembly, and now only  awaits the Governor's signature to be-  ,i0ine a law. The bill providing for  she removal of the prison lo some  .ither place has been withdrawn until  C>)p prison property has been r.ok(.  ��� XotUinx  Wnnttd.  Everything cerves some useful pur-  pose, _ ho said, oracularly, "itis simply  astomslnng- how true"tbis-is. There is  .^^^OT^-ecian. war, for instance."  ��� .'Vhat, - partjpuiarly usofuil purpose  has this-acir.ved?��-6fe demanded.  .     Whart!    nnv"er1*yTo..nVfl.rli^d?".1?ox--.  IMPERIAL    LIMITED!  IQthAj'ONE.   ; - , - 1-  Apply for'Rates, Maps, Tirac Cards, Tickot3 and j  Full Information to Nearest -Local  .Agent, ���.-���'..-���  ���fi. HilHer, A_ent. Moyie. ������''  J.U.CM'.TKil, E.'.h .CbYI'iK  , huii, ijti-  . A:  Jvulf-./ia,  ,d,w,-adAd||:Mip|i  Prices Givei*.  said   Orders  Tafeen on ���- ;  Every thingd  in the Priiiting,  Line/at the ..   ^  ikflhl  SET YOUE  P1CTUKE8 FRAMED  . Prest, the phptogra-  (a-.'.plier,'':has Just ;re-  I ceived the finest 16t  |       of    mouldings    in  ]       East Kodtena^.  t.'    '���;. WViu Prest,  ' ,-. Pliolographer.  I Ci-.tiiUviKiU, ..tooyi'u,   .'Port Soel��  .},   WHJ-Visit-Moyie oha  a Tuesday and.Wefjnes.dflj  m3  :55f  w+?  feV  i-A  '^Shaiastt


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