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The Moyie Leader Jun 16, 1900

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 fl  /  and  ers.  ���**���"___ ' - **--   5���~       ~"  - _*��__-   MOYIE, B. C,, JUNE 16,1900.  $2 A. YEAR  . C. SMITH THE WUffli  Odd Theft of Ballot llox.  Fort Steele, B. C. June .IL���One  of  Won   Over   Both   His  Opponents.  PLENTY VOTES TO SPARE  Smith Had the Majority  in   ..lost  of  the  Towns, and Matte a Surjirl.ingly  Good Kun.  When, tho ballots were counted, last  Saturday evening , it was found that  Edwin C. Smith had a. majority of  some 79 over bis opponents, .Messrs.  Costigan and Fernie. Following is a  list of the polling places and the number of voles oast for the'different candidates at each :, ..  >rdei, jff'Gcnt'-- furijisliings, gr��  W0   ft :A  ^=*i^ .4-  i^^'l'.> J" -.REID,. CAMPBELL & CO.  Costi-  , gun  ���     31  tt  - Avnrri  ISflW.  '  v'^*_���-^''-iS','^,^,'^'^,^,^?^,^,^g.,>S- >"���>*������ >��r'^e'-  '"'VSpaid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  *  *���>    Aft ' ��� '  3  , 7  a  79 '  202'  C  s ���  3  3  ' u\r  RANCH.  j. W. H. SCYTHE, mGR  i^^#^  Fred (Doc) Puluxax. ���  /-p. T\  r.  I'U'i  ��� -*,  / -'  re  EdteX for the  masses. ' Everything First  |every. respect.    Sample Booms  for  Commercial Men.  Smith      Fernie  Moyie  C9   ,        29  Cranbrook _ 122 d, 7  Warducr  10  Elko e.r    C  'Irucy Crceir:..'. ,.:   8  Fort Steele....'. ,. !fc_  Fernie A 43  Michelle  l-l  Wnsa    6  Empire .1   T  Kimberley... 6C 3 6  Total :  ���_���_?!. ' 811. '1.7  The probable result'of the election  was adflicuH task to arrive at, but it  was never thought, even, by Smith's  jnost ardent supporters that he would  poll such a large vote. Moyie alone  gave him G9 as against 31 for Costigan  and 29 for Fernie, and Cranbrook gave  him 122 ag against 75 for Costigan ���  and 7 for Fernie.   _  Everything passed off quietly ' on  election davy in Moyie, and there "were  129 votes cast. '       ... , ��� ���  Mr. Costigan's defeat wa& largely  due to the unfounded rumors and   in  i  fact contemptible lies which were circulated concerning him during' the  campaign, and even on polling day in  Moyie a most dastardly rumor was  set'afloat to detract votes from him.  British  Columbia.  i.ecl,V  ,��  to  to  V. 03_SAT._L>'_C_SK __;eo., J'i-ow:*.  Iiegular Menls Served in^ the Dining  Room, with *Snoitr,..O.r:i>Ei.?" between  meals.  ^dejuarters for -Cdmirtehciai.^and Mining fvlei  avenuj:,  MOi'lE,   h. C.  m  m  Vj*.    I'*KrTI.,.I'ro|��i*ietoi".  _iri'8. Glad* Ion-. Dying.  London, June 14.���It was announced  last evening Mrs. William E. Gladstone  was not, expected to live through the  nigh t,  LATER.  London, June 14.���Mrs; Gladstone,  .widow, of tlio late William E. Gladstone,  the English statesman, died at 5- p. m,  today.          Two Iiftiidsome Cottng-ee.  Two of the swellost residential . cot��  tage3 in the town are those which were  recently built by Geo. Batley,.and  occupy a position overlooking the lake.  One is now being occupied by J. H.  Hawke and family, aad the other will  be occupied by Stewaft M'cEachorn as  soon as his wife'arrives from  the  e:>st.  the nio,-,t singular things which ha3  ever occurred in 'the province' was the  mysteiious disapperance of one of the  ballot boxes from the office of Returning Officer Ede. From what can be  learned it was taken about 11 o'clock  Sunday evening. ��� Policeman Barnes  was called when the theft was first discovered, and on tho statement of Dan  Muniroe, D. Standlander wag arrested  and lodged in jail. His preliminary  examination was held this afternoon,  all of the evidence for the crown was  taken and three days was given for  the defence to prepare, its case. Mun-  roe's testimony was to the effect that  he saw Standlander with tho box under  his arm, positively identifying it as a  ballot box. No one else" seems to  have scon the bo:**: iu the possession of  Standlander.  , Other witnesses' testify that the returning officer was drunk and tliat  Stadlander-and another .man .went  with him lo   his   office. ' What   was  dono there no   one   seems -to   know  . i  clearly, but the ballot box is gone  and  no trace of it has'been found.  The loss'of the box does hot invalidate the election, as the record of votes  had been taken. It -is' generally' believed (o bo the work of sojjjs drunkard  who thought to return the bo.*-., but  such an excitement was created when  the loss became known that he wa3  afraid. The box taken was from  "Wasa, one of the small- polling places,  and would not in any event have affected the result.  DM? IS PREMIER  CRANBROOK    ITEMS,  Mr. Martin Resigns His  Position.  SWORN IN YESTERDAY  Now   iVemler    will    Immediately   take  Steps Towards JToriniug a  Cabinet.  Picnic ior tlie' Children.  A picnic was'given for the children  of Moyie at trie Carifeul place north of  town yesterday. There was quite a  number .of the people from .town  present, and a pleasant day was spent,  notwithstanding  weather.  the  inclement  The  >*_w Train Service.  new   train   service' over    the  Crow's "Nest road was inaugurated this  week and is giving general satis/action  to the people of Moyie. Persons can  now go to Cranbrook and return the  same day, or go to Nelson and only  lose one day and two nights.  Victoria, B. C, June 1-i.���This evening Premier Martin  tendered  his  res-  ft       l  ignation to the Governor and recommended as his successor Janies ]_)uns-  rnuir, M. P. for South Nanaimo.. Mr.  Dunsmuir accepted the task of forming  a government and will be sworn in to-'  morrow. The choice is considered a  good one by local politicians and a  strong goycrnmcilt v.ill be formed:  JBifflit Hours for litilto flliners.  Butte, Mont., June 13.~ Miners'  Union day, 190p,' will ��� be the most  memorable in the history of.the canlp.  During the exercises in the opera house  preceding fche procession letters were  read from Senator'W. A.. Clark and F.  Aug. ITeinze, the latter the head of the  Montana Ore Purchasing Compnay,  granting the minors in their employ  their request for an eight-hour 'working day. In his letter Senator Clark  says:  "I realize 4t,he hazardous character  of labor'in the mines increases with  depth of the working by" reason of  difficulty of ventilation and' other  reasons. I am satisfied that the demand for shortening the time for a  day's work td eight hours in all underground mines is not an unreasonable  one, and J havo given instructions to  ,the superintendent of all my mines to  adopt'the eight-hour oysteiu, begining  the 15fch instant."     ' '  Miucis Convention" "Mfondny.  ~No:l Monday some 15 or 20 visiting  deiogiites will be hero' frotr. fche various  parts of British Columbia, to attend  the Miners' Convention. The,'visitors  will be looked after by the members  of the local union, and the convention  will be held in the Odd  Fellow's   hull.  Hill JJroS) Ojieu a Store.  Hill Bros, ol Cranbrook.havo opened  a store on South Victoria street in the  Lake Shore addition. They are currying a complete line of la-dies' and gents'  furnishings*  Sloyii's. >Tew Stutiois.  Tha building of Moyie's new station  will -oon begin. The lime, nails and  and some other material for it are now  on tiie ground.  I'ayoU for May.  The payroll of the St. Eugene Consolidated Mining Co. for the month of  May amounted to over $17,000. Thus it  will be seen that tho amount is increasing as each month nasses  phi*' hoteWjfnow open to  the public, nnd!is  It*.  feibhcd throughout.    None but lhe best   biai����l  lliqi-iors find cigars' kept in sTock.  ;vell   lun.'*  - of   winctA  A ?oeial ifoi>.  A social hop was given at Mr. and  Mrs. Broumei's place on Taviostock  street Thursdr.y e-vvenitig in lienor of  .Miss Annie and Miss Leth Cardifl"  wiio were ou; "from Cranbrook on a  visit.    A voi3' enjoyable time was had.  $pm  I <'L A H'n    A (JCOMM O JJA TIOA' fi.  MOYTE, B  0  ���^$i$^S ^S%%**'^**'^*^��*iA<aa�� *,��*��*�� ">a>a**^'-^���'*��^-v_i-^^v_  ~ '''���'���'���*.^.��.4.^.^9.,^5ry^^^^^-9i}9S^C��Cl4>59959^"*i"J'r.*.'-i','-''''>'/  "ST *-'/  As  JOHNSTON   JJ.UOS.  Hotel ig New and well Furnished.   The  ahles are Supplied with the Best the  terket affords. The Bar is Filled with  he Best- brands of Liquors and Cigars.  A.-M.NTS   FC'K, l-ABST'fcf   MILWAUKEE  C.ICE.h\  HEAbgUARTERS  FOR COMMHRCIAL    .  AND'MY^IiNG MEN  ������     ��� .    .- -- d       ��� ��� it nix _,<.._ coi^jsi" ��' i A.  ....-��������� ���-,:'���������'���' '-���a.w  Seco��i'1  UIrtH in Moyie.  Last Sunday night there - was born  (o the '7ife of Mrs. Joseph Shea a  daughter. Mother and child arc reported doing nicely. This i_ the  second child born in Moyio.  Miu-lin ami Tire runes-' -lay itct.'_?ii.  Victoria, B, C, June 13.���Announcement it. nomcntnrily, expected that  Govenor Mclnnes has resigned, ft ia  thought sure he will do so before the  end of the week. Premier Marl in re-  inrned from Vancouver last evening,  but had nothing to say. H.j friends  intimated he will resign immediately  after the opposition caucus at Vancouver has chosen a lender.'  Ladies' Aid Social.  The members of the Ladies' Aid are  extremely pleased with the 3ucces3 of  their social last Wednesday evening.  The citizens seemed lo vie with one  another in giving every assistance realizing that the result ia duo to the  generuos patronage extended. The  ladies wish to cordially express, their  thanks to all who so liberally rendered  aid. They arc especially pleaised to  thank the members of" the' Calholio  church/ who,in a most generous -and  tangible manner evinced their good  will, Tho' receipta of the evening  amounted to $120.  LOCAL  MEWS,  Fork Sai___.���One set of Sails,  Ap-  Wee,  Articles of Agreon>eiit.  T_n'3 is to certify that Long  Mow Yach, Maw Geo have purchased  the laundry business of Chiu Ying  and Maw Gong.    Tt also certifies  that  /~** I . . ' J       _    IllfV   O.wl        "Ar.,-,. -**./���_,1/Y        i. ffrrt/1      { f\  >->u_,.l      i. *ll^   C.UV4       -ULCI .1 V4,V-._^ ...I..      LVJ  I not embark in the laundry business in  AMdnie for a period of six months.  Prices' Given  and   Orders'  Tak^n on  Everything-  in tlie Printing'  Line at the:  :   ,  A Life Ai.rt Ueafil. TT5{;I*1..  Mr. W. A. Hinos of Mancliester, la.,  writing of his almost, mirculous escape  from death, says: Exposure tutor  moatilos induced serious lung trouble,  which ended in Consumption. 1 had  frequent hemorrhagces and coughs  night and day. All my doctors said I  must soon die. Then f began to use  Or. King's JS'ow Discovery whicli wholly  Cured -r._o... .Tluudreds lAivc used it on  my adyico'and all say .it-.never fails to  cure Throat, Chest aiid.Luu^ troubles."  Kegiilnr sixe iiOcand $1.00. Trial bottles  free at Hope. & Boattio'ri PrujjAStorc."  ply to Thomas Baylor; Cranbrook.  Mrs. John Bennett of Fort Steele 'is  visiting Viilh her daughter, Mrs. Wat-  kin's.  Photographer Brest of Cranbrook  wis out to Moyie this week taking  views.  Felix Desaulnier is orcciinsi* a ue.it  cottage un his lot near the Catholic  church.  Dr. King", I..inic Small, (.Cordon  Small and Sam Mitchell were out from  Cranbrook this week.  Ore is now bcin** brought down to  the concci. trrilor from the L-,ikd Bhoro  mine over the new tramway.  Mrs. jNicderstadt and Mrs. PJarper  ^Ycnt to the St. J.ugono mission today  to attend Curpu's Chrrsli services  tomorrow.  Janes Cronin, manager of the St.  Eugene Consolidated Mining Co'., was  in Nelson the first of the week".  On account of the , Minors having  the Odd Fellow.' hall" :i'e:_'t Monday  evening tho Odd Fellow's regular  meeting v/ill be postponed Until one  weel: later.  With' the innugin'a'tib:i'of the "Imperial T-imited" service Id'ic Canadian  PaciiVc 11 ai I way operate 'a through  sleeper between /a-rowh'cad and Vancouver for tlio accomiualiou of the  Kootenai' -Uisihesij.' This , will, be'- a  very grud't conyeuience to the" tr'avell-  'ih<j. public.  Cranbrook Herald:  T>r. King ha.-, purchased the Jameg  Greer residence and lias removed hi?  office and abode thereto.  The new hospital to bo erected by  the St. Eugene missionaries''in Cranbrook will be a very handsome 24- story  structure, built in compliance *with  modern principles for the construction  of institutious of that nature. The  plans are in the hands of Br, King and  tenders are being called for. The entire structure will be 72x48 in length  and.width. The whole when finished  will make probably the finest and  most modern hospital building in East  Kootenay, and be superior to the excellent and handsome' hospital completed at St. Eugene Mission but two  years ago. It will be a.credit to tho '  entire country and the benevolent  order under whose auspices it has been  secured. ���'      o       ' ''  W. W. Barker, the , engineer who  had charge of tho installation of the  North Star tramway, and who so  mysteriously disappeared nearly three  months ago, has been heard from by  his wife: it seems that he 'wandered  away in a fit of temporary aberration,  and when ho came to'a'full realization  of conditions he found himself in the  .State of Washington, and notified his  family of his ' whereabouts. At the  time of his disapperance he was having much trouble' with the construction of the tramway, and it is presumed  the'affair preyed so upon his mind , as  to throw it off balance for the time  being,  Br. Green, who has been very ill  at.-.  the St. Eugene   hospital   during   tho  past teu days, is improving.  , C. A. Miner was down to U. H.'tf  branch store in Moyie ,last week, aud  reports the business as very good, and.  that the mines thereabouts patronise  the home stores to the extent of ,the-  merch-Cnt'a ability to meet the demands. ' ',"  'The Forrest hotel has been sold by  Mr. "Forrest to V. Hyde - Baker, who,  will lease if to parties at present undetermined. There are a number of  applicants for it,  D. L. Betohon, F. I. Moore and Br.-  Higgins came over from 'Moyie early  Sunday morning on an "Irish local"'  and joined with a lew who,had forgotten to go to bed in their enlhusiasnj  over Smith's victory.  Sunday will be observed aaixteuioriu*!  day of Key City lodge, I. O. O. F. All  members of the order uic cordially invited to meet with the local lodge at  the hall at 2 p. m. from which pla.ee  the prooessiou will march to the little  cemetery west of town, where the Odd ���  Fellows' beautiful servico will be held  dver the grave of Brother James Mills/  who lo.t his life by an explosion in tho  Lake Shore mine at Moyio last October,* and was interred iu this city1.  A lare;e deputation-' is ex-pected   froat  Moyie; '     _    .       -    ...  iltottii (.-lota-io-ft.  New York, June 11-.���Bar Silver  oO,l cents. Load $3.75 @ $3.77. Price  for miners and smelters, !j.3.(j0' a5 th"o'  close.  SldBSCKIBB   -VOU. Tim  LFADKB,  ifOTICK.  i, -V.m'.i'.l L. Goldberg, of Moyelle 13. C. hereby  aivei notice tliat I Intciicl to ilpwly lo ti)otcot*.i-  nUsstouer ol Lauds aud" Wor^S for t\ louse to'  en! Jmy-ipou teu t'.crcs or more of biiylaud  Miu.-ito.l on tlio vest bc-ck of tbo Moyio river  "boot two mtl.s below _Moycllc railway ntftciou.'  the S. 12. post i_>'located'on tho west bank oX tho*  -.ioyio nver; thoice uloiig the river bau.lt iu u  souUiorly direction twenty cbaius", theiico v-osf  .Ive etiufus tiiouco uo'flli fweu'tj- cbft'iis; theucd'  eiiit fl'veOiiaiU- to the iirst __>uutioued wst.  3'b S, L. GOLDBBKO,  ^ror-elle, li'. C, J_.i.c 1st. l'Jtt".  WINEK.-VL-  ACT    ._S?e.  (FOR."nI  P.)''  ���J'vrt'iii't'cATi!' o'p I".irrdb'v__>iEWrV.  KOT.TC_-..  r.yitin-.oie Winonil Claim, .-'ituatert ii: the  Foit Steele Vhiiug jC'ivision of hast K'c/oleiiai''  District..   _  Where locate..:���East si'-'e o. Lower Mcvid  Liil-c,  TLkc notice that I, Jamc* A. Harvey, i-guct  for the St. Ui-gcue Cou-ilidatcd J.iiut^' Coin-  puny Lindtecr, Fiee Miner'- certificp.to Po.  B f-7l_,Chii-. ('. ndiellF. 5-'. C S'o! E ftj07  John JDr.y t*. ;,t, ij r -'f5f.*, r;r;(. -flfojr'uc T.&dei  F. _\[. c. No. P. 070T, ii'.toiul sixty clays irc*)i. the,  date Jiercoi" to rfpply to the Mining I^ecorrt^r for  a'Cjtsi'tHicftieof iiuj:i'oveu_eu'ts for the purpose  of obtaining c Crovvii Grant.of the f-bo'-re ciaiird'  .Add fttrUder tuUe. uotiee. that actiQ'i-, uudoi,(...  section 37,must be uonimdiic'cd before the is:''  S1UUH.-0 of _ueh Ccrtiti'ciitc dt iKproVerauilfsi;" ;  A A-', U'.iCrA'.PY,1, v  ��� '*.i  i  '&.  .'". * M  1 a'l  ' -l*-."  S?  ,'S\  ?/__  ������SI  m  SI  "i  ��� ��T  *?6  AA  U  '%i  ��� H  ",'C\  ���-'    d *  i -A I  .. ��� -'���'-I  ' _i"   ' ��� ir'  "    I    ' ,-f  i    n *.3?**5*!  m WYE  Don't.- r��i Dancer-.  Don', imagine   that ycu  ! partner are the   only   C0Up.e  nd   your  in   the  *.V(      A' j". h'Ajdi    '  .        J,**'.   -   J*:^-;'     -  7, -,     '-���"   '  A |;''i''J. ���  a   '   :���.       'A,- i;{J-  . ". ,i ,*'._;'. ;   '  if    '   : h!,;;f."  I    '        ''I .. 1    '  oi * - ,.,' c. :t.  re    ' '���'   ,        >'-  p      -' " .= . :  i1: ��� A '**.,.'  u-    *     3       , A  '��� -  ��� "."'''iff i,  !' y.y y  '.'���'., 'r.-fr*.  V !   >,il,��l J.   -  .'. ...' ' Vv- <,  :    *" '  ���. ���  1 \a;.aa  : v .'.'i     ;',  polished in ��he interest of the peopfc I'--, our nave ��ome   regard   fcr   the I <*'���-�����. ?��t commerce Bid,  oi Moyie and Jcast Kootenay, tCes and dresses cf others. " I  I    Don't romp.    The   habit   ia   infec-J CKAKBEOOF  ballroom       "* ' ' '  J   B. GOSTIQAN, a. O.jjtfcVittie & Hutchison"  ���J. ,s.uri'-r a- co.  jfubliiiicp^  I tiOue and   a  Fire and Life assurance. Min-  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  rpeeries,  will "speedily!  .'ne Year...  j'.Air.s op striiicp.iPTioK,  - i  Harvey , &   McCarter,  FORr SPIELE, B. C  Harvey, _ircCf_rtei- * Alexander.  FSI-KIE, B. C.  I;  I  I  f  1.1  '.it  , ," .'���.,'*������,  ddi'dA  .-fh /. -A  '   I' ***   " i   t *  i      r1     ,|'  ���V;yy",  . '.i^'1-;?! v  I i ','-..���     4,  ')��*-���.-', ',  .I''  .''..���,      d'  . -.."..dsil  - hi   * ;.-:i  i<i-d V;.,  A' -'   '  ���   .1:  < '.*(."   A  S  f.i     , ���      ', .  :,.r    ���:;���'���������.' "  .    J. S J      ', .!��     '   I �����  ' ���   'i ."!��� - '.  '    i   ���      *'   IIM    * -J  M.r.��'&. ' -  -Hi& �����#���'������ -  J become a beer garden.  '    Uon't waltz when ethers   are   danc-  ��g a   polka,   and   dor/t   indulge   in  fancy   steps   jrlien , you    should    "b  j.waltiin_g.         Don,t dance 'oo many dance, ^ith I  RES,,W or-���* =���xro.v.'    Jcotp]euourtr-crj or :/ou ^ becHBarristers & Solicitors  Ihe-n.iuitof.he  election   in   most      Don't'dance enh-   -nth        '  -        )" ���r-    '"'  -  ,Mentof the people that   the   Mar..u Ishonl) i,��  unTlth      W���   C��UpIeS *TorA��y PrntiC, Aocoun-  .   .^erniuent be defeated; aud this was I deerec,     " ���        \ "a^nable     , ���'    T^T?   OoMMrssroy ' ^  fully accomplished.    Out of the thi. ly-      -Don't   be   dechful     Tf''       ,      ���' JzsvnxxcK Agext  '  ,-JH-eeMartm candidates  unless   than' promised seme one,   /    '       ^^Mmrfo "  --enly-fiveA.er,   .defeated.   Premier  comes anH .SL^ '.^nw   a"d   ho  Sggg>_ v,. ,  y^artm, upou his   besfc   ah-owi |iec< <lims n> Ia^ your pror^-   ~!~ ��� *  ,J0V n:uS(,er bui a folloiving   of eight, I ' Don't r,e-.r ton in       ' W" -F'   WKB_  i:ncludmghims--,f,anditisdoubtfuti/willbe^^^^o^^^^ '   '      J  ��e can retain hi,  hold upon   half   of   self, your partre-.fd thf J��Ur'  ,uhesc. j    ., I-arii_e* __nd the company in  _>  B- c-1        Conveyancers,  and  Notaries  ' Public.  Leave Ordcre at  Loader   Offlco, iuOYUE..  [City   Shaving . Parlor,  OENTJIAL  HOTEL.  yrj-:*-i.Kr cli-$*e, ri*op.  Movte, B. C  Jaraes Kmigm &C��.  ^BAXJRROOK,   U. i;.  BABKISTJEU,,SOLICITOR, ETC  (1  Wholesale Oroeers  -��-_.-  AK.0  I*  ���oan-besftld, however, thai he made ..  pliant fight and canvassed ' the -con-  i3tituency on bis own merits. I    rwf ���������,.'.  Mr. Smith will   ���o   ioabt   mak6. . j o! J��. ~ ^f^   ^'��l  ��� ���;;-. .:,���>r.,. ^-"ProMataave, and will .erv. the   beard, take ell. lo.f J'  '�� b<>  ill;'? #'i .        ' ?��*!-< <rt*-m_ he represents f,ir,v and  such iemZkil m  ���3'��1' m*te  ���jj ,.;;; ;jf;    ���.       .mp__t__-r.   The Martin government j to ontoHl; S" A      " '^rtaiB  -1-1'--' - ��,ng deteated, Mr. Smillri. _0l���_gor      Don . hnm ,,     ���   ���'er *' Mother,  ���bound to .hat party, hut ,U, be freet   piay^ 1"   t'i'        "'"* ���  ��. ta. own discretion in all  matter,       Don" sJ^V a" dZ H ,      ,'  ���  " - ,^ ,.     ���     -^ l" anci fro   before be-?ic-  msAuov^,     '"      '     ZVZ?"t8t6^offl^ltz while   the  R^,'    1�� ,m,l,S1C.^  Wug  sounded  General Agents,  JPhysiciaa and Surgeon  ,   Don't get a reputation Ior  .'.i.ii-J *��ie��-Miaiia nwj.  afa'fltr65'   y��U"m  b6 " *ta   M0Vn!'      ' J*.,* Coi���,llbi,,  "Home and   Foreign   Bopded    Ware  - liousee.  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars, Produce, Fruit  _ l.'t   .' "i'i;- i. _     v  ,  <���(<'    '���)-:������' ' ���    '  >' . , III J, i '���'     ..  -I. :Ji -.' ' i *��� ���} :'    -  -l>P 4- l|  ��� .*   "''l  ^-pply -to  I 7  FOB SABE A2TD B_32w|,Etc-��    Etc.,    EtC,      Etc.  OE  MADE TO.bl.DEE.'  M.:'  '.���l     Gl        ^4,  ���,. T EiA'V.f. jJ-i f'* ~"  ���rfi;*ii'..|i'< f*'"  ' 5 * ";di  K-' I!   ;  .   '.'I*-*' .;d,i- $���"������ ,  ���CORKESrqXDEXCE  LSn-ITED.  HT'j  The great campaign is ended, r<\he  average man will now turn his attention to patching up ihe differences  ���and healing the sores induced by the  rfriefcion of disagreement with his  ���neighbors. The meichant and the  .mechanic will ea  Ap bis business. The country news  J>ap��r mil descend frob its agonizing  iligkte of sounding ihe note of warn-  .AJng to the unsuspecting voter, hanging  upon the yerge of utter destruction  ���and devoted its columns to' neighboring news and   fostering   the interests  -Begin decisively al once.  ^ Don'j'dance after you begin  to  feel  ���w.v_a��ui,   auu    me ������ ^-��^r ~  ch apply his energies M^at?'AH Other States la Pk^uo-  The country news- Inff HoraaA.  8o  can supply vou wmr  ,; !   ft  ir  ,.:i?  .-1"-.   -.'  * ft ���!  'A'  A  n  ir  .'���~.r,  t'i.  Slil  .'if !���  ���Si  ft..* i  ;/-.,.  |:t, '  h< i  ^���������'  ;>,"? .'��  'i:,dTT��'.':r.:.i  ''��� .'    '.J -..'���'M. *'  .'���i-'- ���i���"j-t:r."  "'    i * r i ;-,vh ''  dfA'N.l'^V'.!'  .*!'       \1 :.-"���'i C   1  A,   'f p'yfv*.*'  d;f   'ii'J vjA-,A:,4,  .'If '-.jii.'-iA" ������' -'  .,if  ..*-;ur ���-.-.,  "F'    I.   I ,-   ,.   .   ���  ,d.  ii ���':��  -[' iv'AitJ  id- .���','-?���<.;  t'��t ..''Avd-;?',  ���������'-    ip, i. ,t_, i.*  l.'-l.'i .^ >''. "  '��� -  , '��� f ''  ���y  , i' A!  '.!:��� ;-.*'i  v .-  ^        I       C *    .   V   1 "     ��  'y-'  ,{[**����������� i'  ���tV " ;yV"'  '  'A   * i :J '.  ', - ;,��� .( * ���  a.     >-^<-   iLLLO-'t.SLS     T_    ._f�����*���*"��-;  ���of town and country,  and   before the   t^'  S   -   yon  n��t   campaign   is   open   the   editor   SS��^ a ^^as horseman, and  -11 have shown his   devotion   to   hi    ^eitf^aS"^^T^  .country ,nd Lis  people  so   tHrough^ ' ^rld,   TaTato'uT VZ^V^  tbatnine-tenthsofhis neighbors   will   2^:^* inJ* ^th KaniL^ou  ���call him brother. co?^ Ttrace  the  ancestry  of' all  the  If this,could but conUnue-If cam.   Z^lZl VX^lfth^ "^   "  pai^ns could no naone relurn.  his   life   ^'s the elimU>nnlZ^lhT^'    =  'Would be spent in elysian  fields.    But   '���th* **# /md 4^T '^ glVeS I r  a,,,D   "  " ,J HaW about ^eg-aaus?" asked a Bai  with     {IH BPect^les and talked  c.���-7   Bost��n-bean accent. '   ,  horseman, ^T^^*6.5^  h^efnSU8'" repIied the Professor as  ��W ��beratel7 Wiped iis spectacle?  B^n! the noted flying st^ed captured S  Bellerophon, the eon of Glaueus Wh��  cp;e;ichin,  it8   thirst  at TeTeblTa  iJ'2!1; y^S'" saidthe Kansas horseman   ===== I 100 mil     t   ? used to come I -  dTrek" said Com  Paul, as he gave   J���- ����* ?e5?^^.^ U  - *he signal to his special- train   to pull   5jlAU.* heard of h��� o��en. P55tak f  ^  ^>ut of Pretoria.   . PU"   ?����*<?<�� ^�� he was bringfnfnp ' ?  toe^     Jt   was   the. desired   llle I ^oSSi^ ^��<?/��- d-k.   ��>  people that he should be there. the points^ W^S^ ^^ ^  -  =__= ^ "How about Bucephalus?" nRk^ ���>,     ��  Every courtesy  possible  should   ^l^^'^r^^^^^^lt  Bhovn   the     n'siling   delegates   who       "Don-   ^   ca��,l 11?^ '   \(  meet nere next Monday to attend  the   ��aid the K^^J^X^'ll  Miner's convention. brows in thought.   ��S dH h ^ l    f  ^��� :^__= J hisj-ecord?" ��Yfien did he make | k  J. A. Harvey of Port   Steele  a***    *     HoM.em.___.     ot    -wait . - ,  r^^r^JT" '   t��ves'   T^are, Furniture, Mattresses  Bed-  n����*vi_��. * ,cling,J OarDet��' Onffaino  -&��~      �� , '  V\rI.JTE  POI.   OuOTATroV? ir.,,  n ,  ^ctajioas. Mail Obdbrs Vrokptly ati'exdei. a-o  Clothing,    Gents'A Furnishings,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  COME A 1ST) SEE US  V_rcroniA Ave,, Moyij:. b. c\  would be spent in elysian  fields.    But  ���alas, it can never be.    Another  storm  ���will break.    His best friends   will  discard him because  he   cannot   endorse  their   political   creed.    past    associa.  tions will count for taught.    He  will  be cursed   for   a   fool   and   nailed'   a  boodler.   Men who .have stood at his  .back .to   defend   his   utterances   will  .again be there, but to give him a kick.  'Thus the world   of   politics   doth   go  .round, making the life   of   an   editor  iboth varied and interesting  ���^AKAOER. fflLm BIO   CEyERAf.   ST0RE-   CEANBR00K|   ..  SAW AM. PLANIW MILL,  .    The '-'silent candidal*.*"'  slow after ajl.  MOYIE B. C.  Are'Now Open and Ready For  Business With a Full Line of  Staple and Fancy  An Kin&s of Hough and i  Bressed Lumber, Sash, |  Boors andf Shingles.. ;|  MOYIU,    Ii. C  FOR l'RKBfi ju>vly GR Vflm5  GK K. MUIR. Mgr.  was not so  Vou are Invited to Inspect fitock.  j   The  only  house   in   Eas  'v^v3"  THE WM. HAMILTON MANui^^M^^,  ' (LrMITEDo  ���V-'Zy^/jI  Ivoolnay  F0rnie.   had thro^'-S,?^?"!-^. ��"����� He S.  COSJWOPOUTAN I  HOTEL  lieatedjhrou-hout,with hotair  SirBtolasslm".every respect/;Special  rates to boarders. Good sarapTo'room  for commercial men. *  European plan.   Open day and nigh!  .acninery,  PETEKBOEOITGH, ONT.,   r * -. .  f'- n. Hi.i/ir.i,  I'roji,  ^uig campaign work for Mr. Fernie,   ^d  thr0��-n  the'a^Sl^ he  ^  e which will    ^���� o' blip's coTr? ��   es^ond^Z  f?  '.i.'A  : b-'-'ri-i  .gained a hold on tlie pcopL .���,1%/ii IV1U .  I^eof   considerable   worth    to him   if   SSfc-?, ��n   ex^^n    that  to ever aspires for ohice.    It is   to  be      ''WhV ��Lcattd'"I;h����� W�� no.v.��  rcgret4lea-he did not stand for his 6wn I !>��,.     ^n���'.' Baid ^he Kansas  election.  CRANBROOK,  -  B. C.  BREWERY,  f df^  dflyAA-  dflfv  ,f'Bnck and mortar does not .consti-  ' tute-.the. capital   of. a   country.   The  capital of the Transvaal is   right   here  ���J��*����i��r.,,:-.J:hiTs'spokc-,-Oom;i.aul  AJvruger to a newspaper reporter, as he  Pat in his private car after the taking  of Pretoria.      - .'  horseman.      "Oucht <A"i "���" -t"*u&ul  berfid that before   AIW -?aVe remem"  run in A hrZi,   1      mt horse used to  ���Pan Hnni mt ^"^ between the  Had   a  m-ino f^r      ^0nse L ever saw-  -    .-.    national   '_*,_   ,,,-Jexanc er that bro]ke 'him���let'-.  oouvention hall at Philadelphia is A | S"h?:* ��� .^ **} ^.f T^h  -  to have been completed bv  nonunion   *�� r. but h ? !,ld , +nythinfi" Ulat woro  ' labor, the _3 orgeni.ations of the AP ed ���' * ^^^!^\t.I^ h^> ffive  Building Trades   Council   re'.used' to 1 nr6unf1 t     *- ��� -me of the hovs  accept an invitation to  participate Jl^er^l^* ^n-t^Ze  ^Parade of the   Allied   Republican | *>""��� ^t ^t^^ fl -^"clretl  ^nng convention week "o'-end  to  fi,;. \���L2    e���yh(n' ��s just  ^^^^^^.^^^^^^^   ���e���^  ���--iJflJBH'KHS  OK���  MATE LAGER   BEER  AND PORTER ...  Because   the   republk^  dollars.  ���.r,d:d.t^"" ��� -d  If'-^IS-l  * -    W   W,   f \  F .,**        *���  ^'    'f^  |-      -f, -Afi.  fel%^v  Cut out 'and  sond to  us*. No   dO     t^,. - ���  jl . . '    Joi Poiverka ilin" iii'i,.!,;,,;,  ' I1 writing typewriter write us aU'"IU0s Um! Vlai^  ABBRESS  KELSON. rejigs.  fcrTt_.L_s__.  W��IOYIE LEADER,  of  the  greatest  surgeons  an operation like which no  m  ���sxecorded.     Poitinkosb,  -?_.-.!- ,.aist.r nnd reindeer farmer,  Petersburg, suffer-  ���y to the upper end of the rijjlit  Jiisetf   hy  being  violently   hurled  ffsleigh, the latter having struck  16  TOSS  mm  m  $sm  he furiner in falling was jag-  jg.snag  which struck  about two  Mfbw the fold'of the Hank, caus-  __��*+_.    ijieedjjjjr,   gaping   wound ' of  ��ur   iuches   ,in   length,   directly  ""'and in a Hue over the femoral  ;e  large artery  whicli  supplies  jeg with blood), the latter ves-  been  laid   bare  arid  severely  the   wreck,  no  large   vessels  n torn.  with the great wisdom of a  xperieuce,  wisely apprehended  le   results   of   this     peculiar  U  for  lhe  next 24   hours   he  minute of his time, valuable  working   with  chemical   fire,  stances  and apparatus of  di-  until  finally the object of liis  finished, a small, hollow, elas-  s tube about live inches loug,  sition of which is not recorded,  vatly not known.   In 12 hours aft-  _8_- was finished careful 'scrutiny  Injured   limb   revealed   a  slightly  iilit,  scarcely   noticeable,  on   the  mijfe.greut toe.   This was the signal  fflMtiiion   to   the  surgeon,   and   the  ��clM_.H.:wa.. immediately taken to the  ""'room, where in order to arrest  ming^'gnngreiie he was subjected to  IfpliPand'experimental operation,  "iter,the patient was aniesthetized the  d\was uncovered, carefully cleaned  tissue carefully pushed and dis-  ,_t ...away from the large artery, expos-  ^-t&ftt   31/.!  inches  of   bruised   vessel  A clamp was plac-  ve where  ,Qjfnsai*fSOuna iissuu ui-Kim.    j.heu he cut  '"tSary 'it the junction of. the bruised'  gpjd tissue, and, carefully drawing  |@_j^^terious tube from its aseptic hid-  f&M$wik, lie slipped, the cut, round end  &jj^_��_^*^4!_3___ i   :.**-_-i  ;*-   /.Knut   or*   \nn)t    V_Ain<->  |ssel into it about an inch, being  1  ly   careful   while "go   doing   to  'hollow tube collapsed and etnp-  to avoid all danger produced by  .nee. of air.    ' >  ting the same process at the low-  the artery, ho inserted the tube  nd of the vessel about the same  s the upper end lay in the tube.  atly releasing the lower clamp,  ed   the   tube  to  fill   with   blood  je  portion   of' the  vessels  below.  I* final lest came when he gently  ily moved tbe clamp above the  Ins establishing an unbroken cha'n-  rannd.  "MMe;  li  P'4  _.. V  toadi  at.  {n&mtMeh would carry the blood to its  !$w|_f-j. distribution. _ A slight pouching  . _e^tuber at first caused some fear as  |tp|wi^ther it were strong enough to stand  .....-^pressure of'the' heart wave of blood  ���SS��t-_%''Iattcr pulsated through its new.  Manuel. This latter* defect, 'was over-  jcfcttfi-. however, when the tube was laid in  .A exiled of the bruised exs'ected portion  oncf-lus external support of the muscles  ian'd, tissues gave it sufficient strength to  'Overcome the pressure 'of tbe blood  tSrean.. The wound was carefully closed,  jpwTJpnrls set at rest and results awaited.  [l||3G hours thebluetint had disappeared  '"'din'the toe, and the color of the skin of  fe leg chnuged from a pale ashy to a  _$k.  wo months afterward tbe patient was  ..tiding his everyday duties as former-  ssufl'ering no  inconvenience whatever  his wound.    Five years afterward  patient died of acute pneumonia,'and  st mortem examination of the seat of  Liwound revealed a strong, firm plastic  position   tube   immediately   in   tho  :u" of the composition tube, the latter  ng been absorbed by the blood, not,  foevcr,   before the  lymphatics  had  so  systed it, just as a bullet-becomes en-  |gpted in the body after months of time,  a"Jl��Itho extent that  when the tube was  ;eii away by tho blood this fibrous coat  ered the original plan of circulation.  'hiladelphia Inquirer.'   A BOTTOMLESS  .ud  mm  v'Si3&27 feet nl  ^raBet at its br  IP- .  -in f  Sporting Goods  Wc carry a large stock uf Guiih, Kiflen, Ite-  yolvei'8, Tackle, Itasi-liull Good*, Tennit.,  i-*o(. thull, ' Golf, Crk'k<!t, Cartridges, and  everything in the Sporting- line.  We also do gun repairing, bicycle repairing  and aU kinds of lathe work that requires accuracy.  We are dlstrioutors for the famous Cleveland  bicycle. These, also cycle sundries, we offer at  low prices.   Write us for whatever you want. '  Some second hand wheels at big bargains.  McCREADY ARMS AND CYCLE CO.;  Dealers in Guns, Bicyclts and Sporting Supplied, 35.0 Maiii Street, Winnipeg. Man.  A light of one  plainly seen at ii  and one of throe  miles.  ORCHARD AND GARDEN.  in setting out a tret, prune off all mutilated roots.  Blighted leaves or branches should  Le cut off at once.  K6r small fruits make the soil hue  and mellow by repented harrowings.  In planting out trt.es or fruit,of any  kind do not put fresh, coarse manure  in close contact with the roots.  Apples should be pruned so that light  nutl air can he admitted and not too  much top left to ind nee overbearing.  While.trees and plants may be planted out as long as the leaves have not  puslied out, early planting is uniyU ihe  best. _  Th<. older a tree tbe less adapted It  becomes for trausphmting. aud for this  u'lison at least young trees should be  plan led. . *���������'  (Jrapi- cuttings should be placed in  the ground at out-.;. The earlier hi the  spring thi','belt it for all of the hardier  cuttings.  c (5 rape vinos, cling to wire much better  than to 3tli.>rL" supports. Therefore  wires are to he preferred to any kind  of wood trellis. '  Cultivate all young orchards In coin.  but do not plant crops like potatoes or  bonus, (.'lye the orchards good care; it  will pay a good .profit.  o  . There are bo many cough medicines lithe market that it is so.nt.tlrues diffical-  totell whioh to buy; but if we had a  cough, a cold or any affliction of tha  throat or lungs, we would try Biokle'fl  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. , Those who  have used it think it Is far, ahead of all  other preparations recommended for such  oomplalnts.' The little folks like It as It  as pleasant, as syrup.  TRICK OF A  SHREWD  CASH I En.  HoW He Saved Jf50.O(K�� For H*n Bnnli  J��y Prompt  .lotion.  A" cashier employed in a large western  city recently went over the collate! nl held  by bis loan cleik ,siinply by way of pie-  caution. He noticed that" one of the  bank's, best customers bad over ?."0.000  out on bills of lading: of cattle on the way  north. As the 'house iu question bad an  abattoir this was not surprising. The  firm was rated at over $500,000, and its  transactions were ou a large scale. Suddenly it occurred lo him that the way  bills looked very much alike. Comparison showed that they were written hy tbe  same hand, lie took one to thr* railroad  which was supposed to have issued it and  .found that it was a forgery. The handwriting on the bills was that of ameinber  of the firm which was borrowing the  money. This could mean but one tiling���  the (inn was in' desperate financial difficulties and about to go under.  It was now too late to do anything in  the matter that day. The cashier did not  say anything to anybody, but went home,  lie did not sleep that night, hut planned  out his campaign for,the next morning.  The loans were all subject to call at any  time. He waited until after the clearing  bouse returns were in for the day to excite no suspicion. Then he had the guilty  partner in the cattle firm rung up on the"  telephone.  "Very, sorry," he said to the cattle man  nonchalantly, "but we aro debtors in the  clearing house .today. Money is a little  scarce. Guess we'll have to ask yon to  repay that $..0,000 worth of loans today.  Sorry to inconvenience you, and if you-  want the money a little later will be glad  to have you call around."  ., "Very well," came the'' reply. "Will  you have a pheck on our account in your  bank or on our other'bank V"  "Better draw on the other bank, as  that is customary," replied llie cashier.  In a few minutes the check,,duly certified by the cashier of the rival institution,  was sent in. The cashier took the precaution to send around to the other bank to  make sure that tbo certificate was no  forgery.  Then he sent for the forger.,  "iVow," said he, "i have my money,  and I can speak plainly. I want you to  take your" account out of this bank;"'  "What'do you mean"." demanded the  callle dealer.    ,        ',,  "You know . perfectly well, what I  mean," was the, reply. "You may take  youi\ account out of this bank and keep  it out.   We have no use for it."  The account was withdrawn. Within  less thau 30 days tbe failure of the cattle  firm, was' announced. ��� Chicago Inter,  Ocean.  WESTERN CANADA AS A FIELD  FOR SETTLEMENT.  ,.00,000 Acres Wheat and Grazing Landa  ,   lor Settlement  in   Manitoba, Asfeinl**--  boia, Albtrta and SaskaN^hewaii.  JDeep  Soil, Well  Watered, Wooded,  and  the KJcbebt iu tUa World���Easily  Keacbed  by Rallwaya.  Vast  mineral   jRicbes, Gold, Silver, Iron,  Copper, JPeti oleum, Salt, Etc.���Itri-  menbe Coal Fields, Illimitatle  supply of Cheap Fuel.  The grain of Western. Canada is said to  outclass that grown in any other part of the  world, while in eiz6 and quality the cattle of  the Canadian Northwest have no superior,  , The Government of the Dominion of Canada gives Free Farms of 1G0 acres to every  male adult of 18 years of ago, and over, and  to every female who is the head of a family,  ' on condition of living on it for at least six  months in each of thiee years and performing easy cultivation duties, thus offering  independence for life to anyone with little  means, but having energy to settle.  Settlers' ��� eifecta, viz.: wearing apparel,  household furniture, books, implements and  tools of trade, occupation or employment,  musical instrumen's. domestic sewing, machines, live stock, carta and other, vehicles,  and agricultural implements in use by the  bottler for at least a year before his removal  to CuLada, not to include machinery, or articles imported for use in any manufacturing  establishment, or for' sale, also books!1" pictures, family plate or furniture, personal  etlects and'.heirlooms left by request; provided that any dutiable article entered as  fcetih-r*.' effects may not be so entered unless  brought witn the settler on his first arrival,  and shall ilot be sold or otherwise disposed  of without payment of duly, until after  twelve months' actual tiee in Canada; provided also, that under regulations made by.  the Controller of Cu_tom_, live slock, when  imported into Manitoba or the Northwest,  Territories by intending settlors thall be free  until otherwise ordered by the Governor in  Council.  Xcwly arrived immigrants will receive at  any Dominion .lands office in Manitooa or  the .Northwest Territories information as to'  the lands that are open for entry, and from  the officers in charge, free of expense, advice  and assistance in becuring lands, to suit  theraj and full information respecting the  land, timber, coal and mineral laws, and  copies of these regulations, as well as those  respecting Dominion .ands in the railway  belt in British Columbia, maybe obtained  on application to the Superintendent of Immigration, Department of 'the Interior, Ottawa ;. the Commissioner of Immigration,  Winnipeg,.Manitoba; the Deputy Commissioner of. Agriculture, Itegina, N. W. T., or  to any of the ��� Dominion lands agents in  Manitoba or tho Northwest Territories.  ot tbe Cnriowitlen o_ the Mi-Jeatte  r.vlltuule-..  umlreds of thousands of New Yorkers  3 at the Palisades, on tbe New Jersey  of tho Hudson, every day, but not  in 10,000 knows there is over there a  toinloss pit, as great a curiosity in its  y as is the caldron in the Devil's lake  ion  of  California,     it   is  situated   in  |V|b.st New York, about three miles north  I'tvHoboken, on the summit of the Tali-  '^fSml&osi.   At this point the top of the ridgo  bove the level of the Hudson  . ���.,- ��� base.  A. VpS^'s Pii apparently ends in water  --' jjVWfclcli, rises and falls with the tides in the  .^-E_ji(l.on, but the attempts of the author.-'  ^tie's as well as of ..private- individuals to  '"-'fill it dip have proved futile. , It is Still  ^l^y^theic, and the trees, rock and .earth that  ^|f��sr\iiave been dumped into it have disappear-  l^mfied as if into the howels. of tlio earth.  BM^#|Souii(lings have been made, but no stable  ��'^sll0,,oln lllls 1,eon found. ���������"'     .       '.  '_>4>jH&^| The West New York, authorities sever-  ,iW;Jp��s4al j ears ago-thought they "had. succeeded  f(||^��^in tmdiiig a  bottom.    They  li ad ��� thrown  5^.^^S*nto die- water a large iiuanti.ty of tree  ^"���^Ijtops and upon these had heaped a pile of  lljStonc;.-'  This sank,to a certain depth and  Lthen appeared to be stationaryi    On top  ifof- this were deposited hundreds of cart-  .loads, of earth, with logs crosswise, thus  making a roadway over which trucks and  .vehicles passed.   ' y  The next morning, however, there  wasn't a trace of the filling. The'water  at the bottom of the pit was as clear as  before. The surface of the lake covers  about half an acre, but there has -never,  been a fish hauled from Its depths.  It stood in the way of the Wesf Shore  lallroad when it was about.to be|built in  1880. The road intended to run its tunnel from the Weehawken terminal to the  opposite side of the Palisades at New  Durham, directly over this pit, but after  tho right of way had been bought the  company had to abandon the route and go  about 1,000 feet, to .the-.Boutlij���New York  herald. '  i       L     METEORIC.  The pages of philosophical writers of  all times contain references to mysterious (stones, and irons which have fallen  from tbe heavens from time to time.  On April 4, 1095, a star shower during  which several aerolites fell was witnessed in England. This was considered a  sign of God'a anger with William IPs,  mode of life.     ���        ��� -  The-Chinese have  a record  of  a  star  fall as far" back' as G44 B. C, and  they  have an older tradition of a mass of 40  feet in height which fell from the uky la'  westeili Cldns.      A How's   This?  Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for  any case of Catarrh that canuot'be cured by  Hail's Catarrh  Cure. , '  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.  We, the undersigned, have known J. .J.  CJieney for the last J fi years, aud believe him  perfectly honorable in a.ll business transactions  and financially able to carry out" any obligations made by their firiu. ,��.,���/-,  West ��Ss TRtfAX,\\ l_ole_��le Druggist.., Toledo.O.  WaUoisg. Kin-nan* & Marvin*, Wholesale Drug-  grist.., Toledo, O.             ._.._.       ���       ���f  Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 15c per bottle, bobby all druggists.   Testimonials free.  Hull's family Pills are tha best.  ANIMAL ODDITIES.  Horses in their wild state live to the  age of 30 normally, being still fairly fresh  and hearty at that age in the desert.  The rats-x-aught in the sewers of Paris  are said by the well known catcher, M.  Davye, to act like'ostriches, burying their  heads in holes and'forgetting that they  can be, pulled out by their tails.  The sheep possesses a less degree of  nervous euergy thau the horse, ox and  pig.  but  il   is capable of enduring great  xtrenu-s of beat and cold witli less in-  ���oiiveiiicneo and possesses a more vigor-  .11 s digestion than those animals.  KNOWN TO THOUSANDS.���Parmelee's Vegetable Pills regulate the action  of the secretions, purify the blood and  keep the stomach and bowels frt# from  deleterious matter. Taken according to  direction they will overcome, dyspepsia,  eradicate biliousness, and leave the dlr  geBtlvo organs healthy and strong to per-  l&m thole functions Their merits are  well known to thousands who know t>y  experience how beneficial thoy are in giving tone to the system.  Sliocn In Oltlon Dnyii.  Early ttritons wore shoes of raw cowhide, with the hairy stirfnco outward.  The Anglo-Saxons showed nn advance,  for they were black and laced by a leath-  e*.tliong. Then came what might almost  be termed the bag shoe of the Merovingian period, tied round thenn.kle, a-similar  easy sort of covering obtaining in Ger-  uiiinv, and so. by gradual stages from the  medieval shoes to the poulaine shoes, a  queer early (.erinnn specimen,  I'oimd the ankle' being of engraved  The Irish shoe of early diite is  note US' for ninny years the Irish went  not only barefooted, but barelegged,  while tlieir bodies were most-:gorgeously  .arrayed.,.  __. ���-���'���.-  There never was, and never will bo.aiinL.  -renal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills to  whfch flesh is heir-thc very nature of many  curatives being such that, were the germs of  other and differently seated diseases rooted  in So system of tho patlcnt-what would  relievo one ill in turn would aggravate the  other. We have, however, in Q����n��e W>n^  when obtainable'��� in a sound, unadulterated  state a remedy for many and grievous ills.  By ^gradual and judicious use the frailest  Bvstems are. led into convalescence and  .trength by the influence which Quinine ex-  frte on nature's own restoratives. It relieves  the drooping spirits of those with whom a  clonic suite of morbid despondency,and  lack of interest in life "a. disease and, by  tranquilizinff the nerves, disposes to sound  and refro8-uhg"-Bloep-imp8rte vigor to the  action of tho.blbod, which,being stimulated  course., throughout the veins, strengthening  the healthy animal functions of the system,  hereby making activity a necessary result,  IRVING /ND  MONTAGUE.  That  the biiud  brass,  worthy of.  candlo' power can be  distance of one mile,  candlo power at two  In Great Britain there are  Hearty 300 religious secto.  Bald to b*  On*   ot   Their   Practical   JoUei  Scared Tlieir Friend*.  In Scott's "The Drama d.f Yesterday  and Today" tho author tells of a practical  joke played by Irving and Harry Montague upon a number of their friends, and  "in its execution was seen the first dawning glimmer of that tragic force that, was  ultimately to find expression in Hood's,  'Dream ot Eugene Aram', and 'The  Bells.-'" Irving'and Montague, hitherto  the best .allies, began to quarrel on their  way to a picnic, and their friends feared  some tragic consequences. .After luncheon both of the men disappeared.  Smale's face��� turned deadly pale. He  felt that his worst fears were being realized. With one wild cry,: "They're gone!  What on earth has become of them?" he  made a dash down tlie Dargle over the  rocks and bowlder.**., with the remainder  of the picnic party at his heels'.    ' rt  At the bottom of*a "dreadful hollow  behind the little wood" a fearful sight  presented itself to the astonished friends.*  There on a stone sat Henry Irving in bis  shirt sleeves, his long hair matted over  bis eyes, his thiD hands and white face  all smeared with blood and dangling an  open clasp knife.  lie was muttering to himself in   a sav-;  ago tone: "I've done it!    I've doue itl   I.  said 1 would!   I said 1 would!"  Tom Simile, in an agony of fear, rushed  up to Irving, who waved him on one side  with threatening gestures. "For God's  sake, man," screamed the distracted  Smale, '"tell us where he is!"  Irving, scarcely moving a muscle, pointed to a heap of dead leaves and in sepulchral tones cried: "He's there, there!  I've doue for him!    I've murdered him!"  Smale'literally bounded'to the heap and  began flinging aside the leaves in every  direction. Presently he found- the body  ot Harry Montague lying face downward.  Almost paralyzed with terror, Smale just  managed to turn the head round nnd  found Montague convulsed with laughter,  with a pocket handkerchief in his mouth  to prevent an explosion. Never was better acting seen op any "stage.  Sacred Cronnd.  The ground on which a foreign legation stands is considered as belonging to  tho country whose flag floats from the  legation roof. Supposing a member of a  foreign legation in Loudon committed a  murder, all we could do would be to  "suggest" (a favorite diplomatic word,  nhvavs used, except in relation to China)  that "the offender should be sent back to  his native country nnd punished there.  Some time ago when a certain .gentleman,-  whose name was well known at the time,  was kidiiap<fd into the Chinese legation  an inspector from Scotland Yard immediately 'proceeded thitlier and released  the prisoner. This was a m6st serious  breach of international law and; was intently discussed "in diplomatic circles.  Since the Chinese legation is part and  parcel of China,-nn invasion of theCeles-  tial empire was thus made, by-a Scotland  ,v��.'d bflicial.���Chambers' Journal.  trengthening tho frame, and giving hte to  the digestive   organs, which   naturally de-  q -      eased substance-result, improved  Northrop & Lyman, of Toronto,  to the public their superior Quinine Wine at tho usual rate, and, gauged by  mand increased substance-result, improved  ^petite. Northrop & Lyman, of Toronto,  have given to the public their superior Qu  Wine at tho usual rate, and, gaugeJ  tho  opinion   of   scientists,   this  wine  proaclies nearest perfection of any in  marlest.   All druggists sell it.  ap  the  The  Problem   Unsolved.  A.  Story 18  lOHi ut  "  jOmI.k  j- s  land, a great chess enthusiast,;who was  so'aunoved at his. failure to solve an apparently simple problem that ho vowed  he would neither sloop nor,, eat until  the solution was found. He shut himself  up in a disused room and was found four  days luteH by his relatives terribly emaciated and out ot his mind. He spent a  year in a lunatic asylum as a result of'  his rash vow, and the problem remains  unsolved.  Site y.oted.  "What was the topic of debate in our  club today?" asked one member of the  feminine society.   ���'-���  "The topic of debate," was the rev-  spouse. "Why-et��� let me see��� I can t  remember what the topic was. But 1  voted on either the positive or negative  side of the question. I forget which. ���  Washington Star.  Potato bread is used by tbe natives of  Thuringia to ���feed tlieir horses, especially  wlien they are worked hard in very cold  weather. The animals thrive on it, and  theh* health and strength are excellent  PEN,  PENCIL AND,BRUSH.  Genera! Low Wallace has just received a copy of his "Ben-Hur" translated  into Persian and published in Egypt.  "I .regard Mi.*-s Helen Hay,", said William Dean Ilowells recently, "as oneof  the most promising women now writing  verse."  Frederic E. Church, the landscape  painter, who died in" New York recently,  was To years old and had been in feeble  health for a number of years. One of  his "oldest and best known paintings is  ."The Niagara," now in tbe Corcoran  Art gallery in Washington.  ThroTu-ti'-t Willette, whoso caricatures  of Queen Victoria have won him notori-  ctrys a grandson of Pragonard, the last  of' tlie, eighteenth century school' of decorative artists. His father was an aid-  do-eamp of I-azaine. .Willette himself  belongs to the Chat  Noir group.     ,  'Dreaded Meal-Time.  THE STORY OF A DYSPEPTIC WHO  HAS FOUND A CURE.  use ALBERT soap.  If your fancy is for a Tar Soap you  will find the best in our  (Trade-Mark.)  Sold at all Drug Stores.  MINARD'S LINIMENT is. the only  Liniment asked for at my store and the  only one we keep for sale,  i All the people use it.  HARLIN FULTON.    .  Pleasant Bay, O. B.    *  PITH  AND  POINT.  SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE  if. ALL BUSINESS SUBJECTS  No midsummer holidays.   Now is the time t��  prepare for a situation in the busy sea_ou.  Full particulars on application.  G. AV. DONAUO, Soo.  N: B.���We assisted over 100 of our students t��  positions during the past five months.  Manufactured  by THOS. LEE, Winnipeg.  Ttiere Is mi Intlm ite Connection Hclween  Good   Iieallli,  Happiness    and    Good  l>lpcsfoii���Dr.   AVI mams'   Pink   l'Hl��  IiriiifT About These Conditions.  From the Tribune. Deseronto.  Without good digestion there can be  neither good health nor happiuess.  More depends upon tbe perfect working  of the digestive organs than most people imagine, and even slight functional  disturh.iu.es of the stomach leave the  victim irritable,melancholy and apathetic. In such cases most people resort  to laxative xnedicines, bnt these only  further aggravato the tronble. What is  needed is a tonic; something that will  bnild up the system, instead of weakening it as purgative medicines ��� do.  For this purpose there is no medicine  equal to Dr. Wil.iams'PinkPills. They  enrich the blood and strengthen and  stimulate the digestive traot from first  dose to lasr.. In proof of this assertion  the case.of Mr. Thomas A. Stewart,  tho well known and genial proprietor of  the Oriental Hotel, Deseronto, may be  quoted. To a reporter of the Tribune  who mentioned the fact that he was  suffering from dyspepsia, Mr. Stewart  Baid:���"Why don't you take Dr. Williams' Pink' Pills?" ' Asked why he  guve this advice Mr. Stewart continued:  "Sitnply because thoy are the beat  mediciae for that complaint I know ol.  For years I was a great sufferer from  indigestion, and daring tnat time I  think I tried a score of medicines.. In  some'cases I got temporary . relief, but  not a cure. I tnirly dreaded meal timeB,  and the lood that I ate gave nie but  little nourishment. On the recoramend-  afciou of a friend I began using Dr.  'WilliamsAPinlc Pills ' a little vover a  year ago. I sboii experienced relief  and no longer dreaded meal-time, but  as I wus determined that the cure  should be permanent if possible, I continued inking the pills ih light doses  for several months. Tho result is every  vestige of the trouble left me and I  have as good an appetite now as any  boarder in the house, and my digestive  organs work like a charm. I may also  add that my general health was greatly improved as a result of using the  pills.'A- .   '��� . .  "Do iyou object to my publishing this  in the Tribune?" asked the reporter.  ' * Well, I have no desire for publicity, "said Mr. Stewart, but if you  think it will help anyone who suffers  as I did, you may publish the facts."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure by going to the root of the disease. They re-  d'bw and build up the blood,  and strengthen the nerves, thus driving  disease from the system. If your dealer dooj not keep themA they will be  eeut postpaid at 50 cents a box, or six  boxes for $2.50, by addressing the Dr.  Williams' Medioine Co., Brockville,  Oat.  The people who have the finest homes  spend the least'time in them  If yon don't like a man, his voice  rasps you when lie is talking pleasantly  Good advice is like life insurance. If  you take it when young, it becomes  very valuable in old age  Time flies- Those who giggled in the  back seats at church a few weeks "ago  are now snoring in the seats in front  If   a   girl, has   attended   a   boarding j  school one year of   her life, she always  refers to that school as the place"where  she received her ednoition   kit for Minard's and Me no otter. ���  d _^������������������������  POLITICAL QUIPS.  To the novke politics seems rotten? but  to tbe cultivated taste merely .gamy.���  Detroit Journal.   '  He 'who helps to harmonize labor, and  capital does .more  for humanity   than a  .whole army of. talking- i.olitichias.,���Minneapolis Tribune.  '  , ^(      . ���������������  Almi-ilve.  Mrs. Bingo���You must be careful what  you say to the cook, dear, or she will  leave.  Bingo���Why, wire I hard on her?  "Were you! Why, any one would have  thought you were talking to me."���Lite. ,  We partic. lar.y draw your attention  to an advertisement cf the McOready  Arms <te Cycle Oo., which apj.eais this  issue. The Co. have'reoeutly started  in Manitoba and they are carrying a  complete and lull line of sporting goods  of every description. When iu need of  anything in "their line, write them.  Liow figures and prompt attention will  be given you-.  Keep raw liniment in tie Hoisi.'  Farm Lands  For Sale in All Parts of the  Province.   Write for Lists.  NARES, ROBINSON & BLACK,  WINNIPEG,   MAN.  PACKARD'S  Shoe   Dressing  A V B  OFTEN1  HINE  HOB  ALL "COLORS  FOR  ALL   LEATHERS.  For sale by all fl.it--l��_-o  SHOE DEALEKS.  L. II. Packard & Co.  MONTREAL.  Instruments. Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN   CAN HAVE A BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  50 illustrations mailed free. Write us for anything in Mii-MC or Musical Instruments.  t. o- n��    Toronto, Ont.,and  Whaley Koyce �� O0.,       -Winnipeg, Man.  Atlilotlfs il** Crnae.  Amy ���Do you know. I'm afraid Fred  s   aiad   with   mo?    The   last 'time   he  ���allc'l   ho   didn't   tell   nie   bow   lie   got,  lint scar oo bis right little finger.  il.Til:.'. - Are you sure it   is not yonr-  iw:i  fa nil?    Have you ��� always shown  <ii_Iiri.'Dt  interest  in :\ matter which is  ���>f  so   much   iuinortaiire   to_ Fred-the  only subject. In fact, which he is able  ro .coim-rsi-  upon   with   faciIit.vV--L'.os  'Hi TniusrHn!   '  too  MINARD'S LINIMENT Lumberman's Friead.  Above Tb��-lr Neighbor*.  "Those new folks uext door are  swagger for this neighborhood."  "Do they use finger bowls three times  a dayV"  "l ��� don't know, but they call their  front ball a 'porte cochere.',"���indian-  apoli- Journal.  MfflAJBD'S IJlilMENT Is used iff PlTSiClHU.     .  . Agreed.  "I believe in culling a spade s  'spade'!" cried the earnest rhaii.  "Of course," answered 'the.'whist,  fieud. "If you call a spade anything  else," it's a revoke; you know, and that  pulls \your score down dreadfully."���  Washington Star.  THEY ADVERTISETHEMSELVES.-  Immediately they were offerea to the public Parmelee's Vegetable Pills became  popular because of tbe good report they  made for themselves. That reputation  has grown, and they now 1-aak among  the first medicines for use in attacks of  dyspepsia and; biliousness, comolaints of  the liver and kidnoys, rheumatism, fever  and ague and the innumerable complications to whloh these ailments give rise.  ������'.'"'.���   A Mix Vv.  "Does George mix .with'., his new  neighbors?"  "No, but his neighbors say they'll  m.x him if his dog bites any more  kids."���Cleveland Plain Dealer. ,  THE HOKSK���noblest of the brute  creation���when suffering from a out,  abrasion, or sore derives as much bonollt  as Its master in adlke predicament, from  tho healing, soothing action of UK.  THOMAS' ECLICCTKIC OIL. .Lameness, 'swelling of the neok, stiffness of the  joints, throat and lunga, are ralieysd by  It.     . ,  Ot  Pay Gash^*  PAY SCRIP FOR  DOMINION UNOS  AND SAVE DISCOUNT.  A very large saving can ,be made.. We can  furnish the exact amount for any payment.  Write for particulars and price.  ALLOWAY & CHAMPION, wi.hi. eb  Th. Manitoba  Farmers Mutual Hall  Insurance Company.  JJomo Oltlce, 503 Mclntyro Mock,  ���Winnipeg?, Mau.  Chartered to do Business in Manitoba,  also .all over the Northwest  Territories. .      A  A   NEW   MANAGEMENT,  Over  $2,000,000   Insurance  in   force   and  increasing every day.  OUR  KATES  THE LOWEST,    d  Farmere   wanting' protection   from   hall  should write us or see our local agent.  B^x G72, Winnipeg.  ; VY. 0.   GkAHAM,  Manager.  uatnonc rrayer cruddife., soap-  nlars,.Religious Pictures, Statuary, andChurob  Ornaments, Educational Works. Stail orders re-  oeive prompt attention. D.'&J. _a_llBl&-.,,M0]l--.a]  w  Had to Be Taken Down.  Mr.   Figg���Mr.   Ilrown   tells nie you  gave bis boy a beating.    Did you?  ,   Tommy���Course. I <hd.    His paw got  him a new bicycle and a dog.���Indianapolis Press.  UuTAQrANA  "': RELIANCE! CIQAB  ���'lUbL'AnA,      FACT0RYl Montreal  And Still  Another.  "I   see   Styhisniau   has   Joined  ranks of tbe literary fellows."  "Oh, no; he has, merely written fl  book ou South Afr.t.. *' -Philailel-jbla  North American.  EflTEL BALMORAL,  Montreal.  - ll  .*���'?��� I  '..,[  '*A  '   sif  t.  :h I  4  ..41  -yd...  ���.> V*  AM  *����� '��� .������$* f  ?!  *'���,  ������ i\  i '.A.t|  ���1  1'.'   ���?  1   i    -a.  1'   5'  S           K,  V  _      '*-<  i* ���*  i4  ���,;������!  ��� fl  .' .��-  J     >��� _  '-�����  V.'A:?!  -. <i  ,v.v er-ss^-sKSS  '������ "di a ..Liner  Want's.  Ha want? a "iahe sot" of teeth for  the "mouth of the tunnel/* and a girl  ot experience to paint and powder  thei  "'do-' of the drift." ���  BV  EMMA   2L   WISE.  ���"���culhxr of tlie shaft,  "foot of the incline.'  ii  'p  So I may take that a  ^?2eS^eSt^-e^'  ohe nodoed.  "And when jour son marries, then  < *��� take it, there will be no harm done  -   "*!' this matter again ?"  "����� h^^, certainly not," was   tlie  -o-iij ��� ot her ckxagr such a | strictly to the far-away future." *  That, ended the politician's courtship  . or .Afrs^Osgood, and gradually tio___ffec-  the "silver pl.ue. ' I think- of !_.��<_-.,.,,-���,,,. v ,      .   . ^OUJa j *<*�����. of the son.  Lorain OroyW. ,�������_  He wants a four-in-hand tie io, '.h,_ .'    -*}ftfif thf *** rear of Mrs. Osgood's  ������.._,., >     .    .   ..       ," -uc l0J   ���he ; widowhood had jwsed awav eveirbod-  and a boot for ihe j 'a Lebanon commenced to savi.Vasa I i�� I bri��� ,���- o ���  *bame  that  ..h,  didn't' marry ^ j     4�� iX-  * *hw *��������-����*?"  Ue needs a jockey who   can ride   a . ��^3^ bc'on :l t3"^e ^lf a year bo-'i sm_Jinff "rejoinder.  -Lager beer sold   by the   Keg or dozen  bottles.  LEWIS THOMSON .IF. 8.  Bottled Beer  m Stock.. . .  -���_ >m;  He wants a hat that will fit a "hei  i  the "cap of the tunnel-set  Wholesale and  Retail Butcher  ers.  think of bestow-in* he^f-Th*^"1" I 1CCl 0,X tne Son*  Lorain Osgood waspos-   a,i  v'n'i  -  g     ^lf helpmate I sossed of his mother's aS. rV^t I 0ut-ide 0rders Given' Strict At.entt  Q ' ,    upon another before the iamenf-7oA    ���     ^ ��A cia mother's arden  s ardent disposi-  erve, and  ndship in  The ooy's 36th birthday  on.  '!..!  i        t        *-.''  ���   "4  j.  - r!  Ill  -'!���':���  A>y  v.  1-  GO   TO   THE  WILDEY L0D3E NO. 4-i.  j Meets every Monday evening in  tlieir  I hall  on'Victoria street:   Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.     '    A,  -E. S. POLLA213),  ���   N. G.  .Shops  f. i. mooke, j Perme  AT  oronfo   .'Clthin  HOUSE.  Sec'y  Cranbrook? Moyie -M,Z  Iort Stee��  nerl  Moyie   Miners'   Union  2*ro. 71b  ���ind a sprinter to "run .���>. drift- against  time.  He wants a tidy man   who   will   pyt j >-..-rer wncx.e path mi^ht need ilh.���   | -��� - ���� w�� my neriectin*-��  flu "apron" on and ��cle..n up" the mill' | d"^ bJ *er preske* ^J,tneedl] W    ^ry, in my early days.   There'!"? th  *weep.up llie "dust" and wash  "dirt." f ���.,f���e^a.pi*! <** I>ers^ �� RllLebanon    ,S J^"0"6 *? haPPin<*s and pros-  Meets in McGregor hall'every Tuesday  ouromfi*    ti     i evening.    Sojourning   members   are  ourouifit.-   The largest stock in   cordially invited to attend.   .     '  -        '   4.. 4.1,1, '   ,f  ' *,.   .i I-,!* '������:  ' A'fA i.'W'i _���" >  J.H.- r''n.r i-c.  h   Afl'P'd  ��" ;J,      ..a--'  ' < t- t'','��i 'd'  ��� tk ��� 'J,'i-ff i  i)<iked in a "gold pan."  ���   frown tired of orio-ma'ting- and exe-cut-  ng schemes for the party W.-anSe-  If>rain laughed.  WO'Lh!J^^6d' "r^^��ot.   Find  Ill  .ft.    .'.Hi  I ���*     . fi'  .'      I    ,  '*  !��� i .  4:  $ i!i  ; Ar   ..ilfiJ. !}*}     i  f ��� 'r  ��� ir  ���:'f.}>i  lit'  i!'.fef  ���'���ft-;  n>A  1 id.  "!,;:H  I  4'-  at   last  exe-cut  Adverliiinsr Gowpel; " | mtin* an^ bad settled down on the nro  1. Behold an advertiser  went  forth I ^f^'S?'   ��hIch'  UlOTgh  la^e'  to sow -T.  .    no" comi^en3-urate"v^t,h the -nro-  9 I "'f10115 amount of work -which >*�� h-Ld  A-;And when h's sowed some seed f, ^^entiousiy performed. Heha'dionS  fell into handbills and dodgers and tl.p ,O0k,ed T\itJa melons eyea on Mrs. Os?  street cleaner came and gathered h^h \Z" ^ ^n the re^t that she  them up., -       . f 1,ad Pronounced her ultimatum in re-  ���>   r,   . I Karcl to second marriages wfl.-* t-ri-r.r.;....  J- Some fell amongst   concert  and   ^  tongue to  tongue! Te 2K  theatre programme.., and   the   people j '^f1?^ oi his nature prevailed and  being interested  in   the   performance! \l*   *tT?,?K]!i$i e?^s ^'ith the  and not in bargains, they were left   on  4he   seats   or    crumpled  and   thrown  on tbe floor. ' '  ������!f% r *��� ��apply directIy to the  performance | hope that the widow hod wisely declined to set up' the mm secret, of her  heart to be pecked at by social daws  Hope did not allay suspense, how  --.??oneto love, and PwH  do-he  ^b^iyto^trZr:^are -  -itiv^       x ^^ dj5P��s��l toward his rcl-  W." !5, h�� clrciinuitances would  East Kootenay  '   * rt  BEID & CO.,  Cran-iirook, B. C,  WHITCOMB  House painter, grainer,  glazier and paperhanger.  All work on-perfect sur-  face guranteed. Prices according to quality ' and  stock required .  W. "J. W'ATktNS,      ' J. G. SUTHEKLJUVfl,  AcUng Pre-e.     "     Acting Sec'y  LEAS  MERCUAXT TAIloa  CRAKBROOK.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in the Moyio school    -  bouse on the first Monday      ,  evening of each month'at  8 o'clock sharp.  J. C. Brfayry, Pre**. ���  J- p. pahreii, AtT> 0wRk# j suits, Made   to  Sec'y '  Repairing Neatly. anil Pronn'lv t  ccuted. ��� Special Attentinn 'G\  to Mail Orders.  Vice-Prcs.  mit  per-  -ocUty congratulating ����;��  ^^^  ������i   .        -*"-"J' "��i-*ciisse, nowever. J���v     .A.       n     **"*���"�� useif upon, thi*.  StS SSf^J^S!?^. ^W   ; Sf 1��"��/a-^le additio^ t��  )��- IT  ��*r .,J;!  f iJ  ill t>  1-ifA,  s.rs.,.  _''   t     4  f.1    **  i,  t>  **!  _-������!  i  t ,1  Ill '���  l>f  Iff:  H'."  i^'ia .'  A'*.;!.1 "  tempt sprang up and choked them.  5- But some fell into legitimate  newspapers, which found their way in-'  to the homes of the people who had  time to read them., and they found  fruit, some one hundred fold, -some  sixty fold, some thirty fold.    "  6. Whoso hath ears to here let  hear.  St.*. e.ii'mg.  -   Young man, don't swear.    There  is  no occasion for it outside of  a  print-  court of justice as administered by the  widow, for a verdict. ' y  Mr, Lawrences experience as a poli-  ������ SSfhad ^red in him an air of ��tSS,  iu oanity wh*��� in the presence of wom-  ,ea and children talcen a_.-a collective  .part of a voter's possession-., but dealT^  with one of rh.*. ^r,^^r.-.j... _.__      .    .    fe  P-tty  girl>  W'wl-bTit l^nttl  good ^ as the only one who viewed the  new-comers with alarm.   She had never  Si T thS *W attach^^  !stan��   between   her  son   and the  goyie, b.-.q,  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  u *  ,-By Seeding Your Work To tho  PHILIP CONRAD, Phop,  ��^er;Hi  ^���^d^^  JEWELER,  jMQYIE,  B, C,  coon wouk.  PKICES   REASONABLE  earn  i t (_j ���j    ��� *��*-��    i_-j._i^,   ij.i^ij.  whether or no there were good grounds  for the rumors then afloat his manner  i��g office, where it is useful when'"the I ?eTcou?d ^ ��f & tr?^ati���� e^^ m  Paper �� behind time.    It  also  co^l**^^!^���  in handy m proof  reading and  * -- i    * i   1     '  '��� 'A   . .,  ,. ^     is  in  dispensable when the ink works bad  and the press begins to buck. It is  sometimes brought into use by the  foreman when he's mad; and- it has  been known to entirely remove that  tired feeling of  tke   editor   when    he  looks over the paper after it is printed.  Outside oi the printing  office it   23   a  foolish habit.  -Rushing the Can.  _   ";Whal are the young men doing  the apartment where the  type  wShflhe-rJto,nd' aAWs  **rt ached  ^led at the, thought of another woman  reigning supreme in her boy's life  Just aft��r Lorain was 21 the derisive  The candid gre*t~ I .d,��7 5,alr!e'   I��ra<a himself was the  "iff which his ho^tes^ always extended SlnU 2t'  ever to have  ohas. p. campbell;  '   Undertaking and embalming  a specialty.   Graduate of the   '  champion ' college   'of     the  . United Stalea.    I am prenar-       '  Jhg to do all  in   this  line  of  business., .Successor to Magge  & HuS^es.     Telegraph  and  mail orders properly attended  to.' Main office.  UNION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS. ���". ���  X- E- COtUNS, X>roi..  MOYIE, B. C  EAST KOOTENAr:Bomileciii  1 I ,  CRANBROOK, B. 6. .      ,  Areated Waters of all  Kinds,  MTHE  POST- OFFICE  n��yO  AXD  STATIONERY STORE.  Patent medicines, toilet'  articles, office stationery .  and.school supplies."..;       *      '  Uf1  LKKm.VG LiBnARv: If you want .afc* S '  ask fpr it and it will'be procured io: 1  you without delay.        '        ���. Ei  .   IT PAVS TO BEAT. WITH pgf  HOPE & BEATTIE,   ^  '    CheniistM f��n<l l)rupj,-l��t..  ���MOVIE,  B.  Cd  AT Q. h. MIXER'S  to callers, instead of putting him at  hi* ease, only served to bewilder him  the more and, with a bluntnees which  would have filled his diplomatic soul  uth  horror in a political move,    he  snh?^rb^cttiiatwa"e^^je  "Mrs. Osgood," he said, between asth-  mattc catches of his bre'ath, 4he^t  -aid throughout the village that you-  never intend to marry again My aeigh-  bors-your neighbore-our neighbor  -constder this not utdy folly but a  posttive wrong on you/part." I see  more clearly, perhapa, than anvot^er'  *one  trim fl    "'   ^ Crled' Qnd he drew the  new,  /^ UP ClOSe tesi"e h^> "I've  c?      ed' mother, soon."  t-^SnC>-tcr7out-  She eren ceased  ��<wif iC' ,DU" 5he did not answer.   "  er?��\ili?\ yr��Umy��>mething,moth-  face td SCd' TtXLrg her Pale/dmmi  r,*IJ-e ^ay that Quivered in everv lino  ?i 7h?s ^^ ^co touched her heart  .nd tor his sake the tried to concetti tte  6 jn  0   as- j t be fallacy of your conc'lu  'I had hoped I* should  sembled-inquired Editor Sheldon "of \ ^ yonV^^^S^pi^'it  r-  t  boy|^^A0Ac��"��^  '-'"��� OsWAdo  V]d,*'  H ���: .'*<:  the Topeka daily Capital, as   the  reached out for the last rev-  are taking up the usual coll  -'Very good."    Five   minuets   later   a | mf,nfc before answering!  mo-  Y-ft-v,-., * -  not hear that  news for many a year," she wJmpered  ^but your happiness ha, always bew  raiue^youknowd5 ���  ly^oZ^��th0r'' h6 a^nntired, fond-  li^e tZ 5'OU know whom she is-  tw , , ?enCe- IIer Pe��Ple are more  ^ f:]fkUid-]rnh tHematch. ThTold  ^S, " ??,e^J:V' elated-   The fact is.  CEYLON  TEA  our is Delicious. Absolutely p  <CAX J-fB HAD j-uosr  &e*d? JOampbell & Co.,  .      MOYIE, B. 0.  A.    E.      ~  You win find a fulls'.ockof  General     Hardware  AND GENERAL SUPPLIES.  Just received  a carload of Window  and Doors:    The doors ;>ro  .   cedar and best grade.'  A Cfall Solicited,  J { TINSKOP KSoCOXXECTiox.  &oyie, B. C,  .AgSATJBlili?,  KELSON,  B. C  pass;  *''��H'��.��JL��-.|W1l  gr niny-iaced urchin, with, two-quart ,. f��al f ^��� ^wrenee/-' ohe replied, mothe? ??S L ^L T  pail, slipped cut into the . lleywuv- I len?th' y��ur Q^stion is a verv Lov J?n _J5S?n^'f ^  -vol:a.^e . ^     >-     fP0111^ ^e,- and I was trying to de-        Mr? o2     ff me t0 win  cl-* r. rin   t,.T7�� + t  , - J     &   LO  ue    (_    '*'-*rS' <-'s700d's mr'Tnrir'L. .4-,^l,  die'  .Mentioned as t.st:a��.  tlie prime  _  herd  j cide whether or not yon have^a right" I lea^bk^S S ���m��ry U>ok a ���^en  ! t�� expect an answer.    But as it is a        "Ah  yel-^L .,-  1    1      __  n.M Jf:      ,   S ffhcd- reflectively,  undn t wonder.-'  Hauling and Draying,  Wood for Sale,  Moyie;  'teele lercaiifiie  B, C.  00  COMPANY, (mm/trim  Freddie���Xo. but the   li..fc  villi "and otliers."'  They always, mention him that wav  Tit-Bits.  cnd.'j-  up  That mean,-, papa.  Lawrcii-e'. count/.nance was elongated  to a ridjculous depree.  I'a-.t.c-f]  oft Ouiclly.  City editor���How did that deal and  dumb wedding come of!'?  '  Reporter���Very quietly.-Philadel-  phia    !NTorth Amercian.      y '  douWe-plate armor of self-  oto^nCC;rr;fe hjs ^nd call on 5Ji  'Sinue yon have positively s^ri rhn< i -rjni.^^.i her BittL'J^ Jljear ��>��  juueh," he hn�����li,, ^Ll^   ^      wS^ ^S ^(��^' I-  tell mo what is your reckon " on  th#* r.^. ^      '^  )adbecn.sdhouetted  She. turned in"j.p, ,L^m. 7       I t,i.^C ^^ r^ hi�� first projxxail  RAILWAY  u  >r Oi scj-o-  great   suf.  '. A  Olorioiis- M'eus., '  d < Comes, from   Dr.   D.   B, Qargib   of  Washita, t T.    He  .writes:   ��Klectrio  ���Bitters has cured Mrs. .Brew  rula, which had caused her  rering for years',    terrible sores   would'  .   oreak out. on l,er head   and"' face, 'and  thed_est doctors could  gi.e   no  ho] ..  but now hor health ia excellent." Elec  tnc Bitters i3 the  i;eSG.blo��K!   purefier  ���xnown.    It's the supremo' remedy   for  aV   hU-  JJ  ashes.    "He is iny only child, and .30  W?' f   |Caii k.eep him with me J shall ! fehc couched a reply! *JI  na%e no desire for ^'- ' ""*- ---- -���  ri ,     - - Place six years ac-o."'  ^l���. *0h? lod^d ^ l��r throat and  ^nH.rence..,8jghed.   In his calculations'  ^prospective happiness, the yvido^Q  fcon had never been considered  known, quantity, and heAk  had taunted' bmi fl good'  an un-  knew.to a ofe-  g?c of coffiracndable^acWs the iW  '���ouldn't bo'iG until t-he'iojj  owing 3^e/  happiness.   They '  +1 ��� i    _ ,        - ��� - --c-^? niany times in  Jf^ *<*����. butnevc^0lo5d " I  as then.:   But tho. politician had ground '  ^;^t t^!ei the tods^  ''^h^S:, ?'011!J| reelect," Jie con-  ���that at that time  . tinned,  cautioiislv  Service for the year   1900 will  .   be commenced JUNE | oth.  The "Imperial Limited" takes  you across ihe Continent in  four days without change.  It is a solid vestibulecl train,-  luxuriously    eqi/ppecfwitfi  fever  possible essential  fot  thecomfbrtandcofiyenien4  pf jPa8sengers.    As/< l your  ftfeJids who have traveled on  address  Ofllciai Watch Bepaircr for b. P. I?  I Chasbrook, B. C*.  n'c cnrr>* comjf]eic Jines y/ I =^~��=   Aren's  Purnish- B00TSi And   SHOES  * I  ^gS,   BootS and Repaired and Made to Order  Shoes Groceries k, A. SMITH,      Moyie  tod Liquors. , woyic  _���  JfBXT JJ00K T<> nwcKSMixir siror.  ^ail Orders Given Prompt Attention.  Cranbroofc,   - j-OPt s  If  P?;'^1  0_U Ir hiv.V'XJiZff1  ;'SS(^f  i '^i*a_S  ^Imstmns   ig coming.    6Pf  ;fe6yotfr_6fd6^0!it,1S���,  Frices Gfiven  and   Orders  Taken on  ^vefythitif  in the Priritirig.-  iine at tlie


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