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Array HSft  m  './ j-r-_!fj__M>9>  >-V �� _>  MOYIE; B. C, JUNE 2,1900.  '��"__���  tse sale of ���.  S.9 A YEAR  Steely  ������reiser  ^���������sj  pips your feet.  Candidate Smith Kept  His Promise.  A OOSTICtAK victory  ���v   - m  We do tho: rest, pur shoes fit like thG M  wings on a duck, and a ladder is not' neces ��� M  sary to reach'our prices.    Al tlie same tim    A  ��� do not forget that our stock of  ILOR  i's furnishings, groceries are complete.    .  P      ___.      -S " . '        '  , I    1 .  ���sr.���.'Hi  '    '���-������'.".    ���  BEIB, OAMPBBIE & CO.  *^,^,**,w'^��i!5P^-:��?  oo_:  .._  TH  St.,  Hot   Political Meeting   Thursday   Evening In Which nrany   Politicians'  '    Took Active Part!  RADIAN  BANK   OF COMMERCB,  ������^aid Up Capital, se^ooo^odo;  >   ���      *n* _  r-^-fC_W��A,  .4 W. K: SMYTHEj MGR  t, .-mil  '��cKui..i��.  FRgP (DOC) PDLLjJASf.  T**.  v r /^\ n"* T"x y  A  J>   . ,  U  |l for the  masses,   Everything First  ]ry   respect.    Sample Rooms  for  Commercial Men,  British Columbia.  Candidate Smith has fulfilled his  promise. At ,a recent, meeting- in  Moyie he stated that'ho would soon  have a man in the field to talk for him.  This man, represented to be a regular  whirlwind, came over from Vancouver  as per agreement, sjvept over the fiejd  and returned to liis "place of Starting,  leaving in hia' wake 'about the same  condition of affairs as could be pj-jjept'ed  af-y? rrn ?,$%$& "ind storm' had  papapd. ' '    , ''      '.' ���  fe.4. ?J_HF8?��KP Mr. Sfjjjtij '^eld a  TOHHS in >Jfiyjo arifi rtad fao gqp-  PPFtprg    vjtfi    }',irri"M*.    B.    ]ja;tpr  ^he.wfclri-yind) ol Viwcoiivpp,'B^'7,8-  B- Kerr ,of' PlHgm'*,   Aa  isvitstjan  had hflen 6Eto��ded to Me_sr_-. Costigan  aud iWie, and  both  those   gebtl*-*  men were on -hand.   hems  Thomson  'officiated as chairman, and  the program set down was   that each  of  the  speakers was to be allowed 30 minutes.  It being Mr.'Smith's meeting,   he  was the first gentleman called.   Mr.  Smith made his usual little  talk,' but  perhaps in a little  better  and  clearer  manner  than   before.    He   explained  lhat ho came into the countr.v several  years agopackiug  his   blankets,   happened to stumble onto a good prospect  aud now considered liinjself on the way  to wealth. Hosaid he could talk better  out in the hills or bj* a campfiro   than  'he coqld iii a hall and said he   realized  his incapability to explain his views to  the people as he would like to. "But,"  said   he,  raising    his  voice, "were 1  only a postigan."  "If you only were/' come -a voice  from the audience, and tlie applause  which followed was almost deafening.  Mr. Smith closed his remarks by  slating that he endorsed Mr. Martin  and his platform in full.  Mr. Fernie was next called1 on aud  slated he came into thu country years  ago, but' unlike his oppouent, Smith,  he came in on the hurricane deck of a  caynse. Fernie made * " usual talk,  with few changes, f^c received little  encouragement fr..      his hearers.  II. B. Kerr of Phoenix next took the  platform on behalf of Smith, Martin  and the Martian platform, and put in  his allotted 30 minutes in a w.eak attempt to bolster up the cause of the  three. He said he did not ask the  people to support Joseph Martin, but  asked them to support his platform,  Mr. Costigan then  .took   tlie   floor.  He said he wished to correct some  rumors which had been circulated about  him.    One to the efilict that he was in  tho field  as  a  straight   conservative.  This he distinctly denied,  and  stated  that at tho outset of the campaign and  even in hia platform he had announced  himself as opposed   to   tho   introduction of party lines  in  provincial  politics.   Another was that he was in  tho ,  contest to fight Mr. Fernie's battle and  (hat he intended to drop   out   at   the  lust  moment.   This   he   branded   :._.  another doliberato falsehood,  and  stated that ho would bo  in   the  fight  to j  the finish.  Mr. Costigan did not think that Mr.  Femio's stand on the eight hour law  could be considtT-d as meaning much,  it carried conviction.    Mr.    Costigan  made a marked   lftipreaaron,   r._    was  evidenced by  the  hearty applauding  and   cheering   which   was"  iri'd edged  in when lie concluded his remarks.   '  T. S. Baxter was  the   last  speaker,  and the people were greatly disappointed in the man they were  told  was  a  "whirlwind."    Baxter's first utterance  was-to assure- the people that he was a  friend of the  toiling masses,  but  his  look3 betrayed him," for   his  physiognomy, shows   every  ea-rmaTk   of   the  scheming   politician.    He,   like t Mr.  Kerr, lauded Mr. Martin  and  his   reputation   to  the. skies,   now lie had  come to British Columbia as a-solicitor  for the C. P. R. at a salary of $ 10,000  per year,' and Chat he resigned this position   to  enter, the ..political    arena.  How he had strived to create harmony  in the legislative assembly, and a lot  of'other guff that the people were  too'  well posted on to entertain  for a  moment,   ' ' '  IJoweyer, ilr. Baxter, though, somewhat s|]jperi"]c|?l, showed evidences of  e3op.upac,e at {-.ir-es ape} scored Gome  Pfijiitg. He handled Sir. '.Feruis and  hi., pqojjjafly rather . roughly. He  rnafi-f the et&tefijegfc tjiaf; raep "jn pne  einplqy pp. -tr}af;   sfijjipqn^   {lad, l^pcn  aaiipi.] to"TvQ#if im pfgbt heni-B? ��m.  tb��t l\\dy mm aig��PGfr��pellstl io-paf.ro-  nk& the ;aompany'g.. boarding 1.01.836  flnd'buttk houses, tinder penalty' of  losing' their positions. These statements^ for some reason of another,  Mr. Ferttie did not' contradict.  The audience realized that Mr.  Baxter was not the candidate, but was  simply speaking in support of Mr.  Smith, whom they realized seemed  unable to conduct his own   campaign.  STILL ANOTHER ADDITION  To Be Built to tjie St,  Eugene Mill.  cratorooh:  itjsms.  IIAQHINERT-Q^' HAND  "Work   on   the  Flume   and   Tramway   Is  Progressing Satisfactorily iu '  Every Way.      '       :  Again the St. Eugene concentrator  'is tb be enlarged.' This timo ' an ' addition of 18x30 feet'will be built on the  south side o'f the main building to  ad  mit room for' the'" installing  ' four  jigs, two-six Afoot 'vanners/and one  Wilflcy table. ' A 9xTp' Blake crusher  i.s also being put"in to'haudle the ore  which will be brought clown the" tram  the Lak'e Shore'mine. Ail the' material necessary fqi\ enlarging tho mill is  on the ground,    " ' -  Messrs. Grant & Shesdy haye   the  Cranbrook Herald:  Manager Smyths and' all cf his  ���'boys" in the hank aro wearing 10 percent smiles these days, owing to the  Canadian Bank of Commerce having  made a present to its employes having  been in their service six-' months or  more of a bonus of from 10 to 20 per  cent of their salaries.    ���  Mr. and Mrs. R. E.' Beattie arrived  home yesterday noon, and'will soon  be "at home" to their many friends*.  In behalf of Mr. Beattie's numerous  old acquaintances the Herald extends  a cordial and heartfelt welcome to.  Mrs. Beattie in her new home and life,  accompanied with the sincere hope ���  that the married life of her husband-  and herself will-ovei be strewn with  thornlcss rose3.  Very few attended,, the Moyio cele-  brittioh��� not because they would not  have been very glad to do so, but because It $7a<j. and- almost' absolute- certainty.thai they -would' not be 'able, to  get a train home nefpze the' nesV'tlav '  noon. However, those who d;d"attend  say"that'"they had "a mosj snioy^blo  time, and "got a run 'for their* money,"  They-aay Jjiat Sain'Morrow and Georgo  HiiliarcJ yepreqented the ' high-rollers  C8,t. apt pf-^i,^^ t,,e' ^ Sam,, Zc-^^ZSZ^  a(jq iiie qvbv fcajr tl}i-Qi?!?l5  y;?tli thpjr | ner, *?hils tho fqrrnsr gofe away wjth all  ^orfei   Qai'iwrtm mW bsglu work on | oompat.tors afc-putting tho -jhot,  it n��sl week,  These a?s two ganga qf man laying  the  traok on the tram   line   between  Lake Shore mine and the mill,  Last Saturday seven cars, containing  rails, ore cars, pipes and machinery,  were set of on th=i Sd. Eugene siding  for the company. One car was loaded  with tramway material which came  from the now defunct Union mine, in  the Coeur d' Alenes.  ...   Wliat Martin'f. Election will Do.  The people of Fernie are tuqroughly  alivc to tneir inter6,ts, and are \vell  aware what the result will be in case  Martin is'elected. Note what the Free  Press,of that town has to say on the  ma .ter;  "Let thu-people of this town and district, and�� especially this town, 'just  think for a moment what is liable to  happen1 if Mr. Martin should be ure-  mier for the next four years, He has  stated emphatically on the coast that  if he is returned to power he will take  the first opportunity to put tlje B. (D.  Southern land grant, questiop into]  court, which pimply means that he is!  bent on   giying   this   town   a  setback j  Persistent JLyiug-.  4. B. Grace, of the Fort Steele Prospector, seems to persiat in referring 'to  John B. Co_itigan as a "straight con-  ddrvative candidate," nothwithstand-  ing't'he fact thai he has heard Mr.  Oustigan state from the platform why  iiw .ya>. oupoaed to the iu trod ijc tion of  federal   party  lines  into   British   Col-  f        ���.r";'* * ^     * r     ���  ujnbia politics, and fe?,d tlje plank? jn  in his platform dealing w'itl) the nqct>-  tiou. Why \lr. (irace should persjst  in this form of unadulterated lying js  more than yye can account for. ', ���  I'oIiUcai -iJlec'tlncr :>t Jfs>*-l".it>.  A-t the poliu6al   meeting  ca,lled   by  froin which it   would   not  recovej   for   9-*_?d.idi!'!'P tff?."1^ *' -j-^ruie Jast  Tuea-  years.    Martin pares  nothing  for  the j ^   evening   Messrs.   Costigan   and  people .of this town  or   fheif   welfare,  All  he  wants  is   an    ppport.upity   to  work out a  grudge  he 'holds  against  the principal promoter? of   the. Crow's  Nest Pass Coal   Co.   po   the  people  wish Ho back hijn up in such a puVpo_.,e?  2iTever{" . y'  In the Field to Stay..  Editor-Leader: I find tliat a r.ixmor  has been and is being ihdus'tnously  circjLilated by the sneak liar ele'i'hent  among my apponents that I aiii only  fighting Mr. Fernie's battle iii this  contest, and that 1 will drop out before election day.  5.'!i!&rf.i_i��.-4.ii!aii_.gs.  .ybpij bi|8jnes3 me;> %tq compelled  to enia?gG tb,oyr placsa of business it  is pn'e of the best indications of pros-  pent-/ s, tpv/n can bayo, This week  Messr?. Bei.d (fe Campbell started an  addition ic, their already large store,  and the Ifamfcer is ,qu the ground for  j an addition ip ��. H. _)Iiner's Hardware  realizes  suffici-  iiig'was called "in faVor of'Smith," the 1 ��-y l*'P & apopmmo^ate the crowds  majority present were  Costigan' Sym-  wl*lch ?afc^ ^ni ai?d  U -is  his  in"  patbizersW tbatbe  succeetied  in "a   '-tlQ" t0 9<?QU build an a(]ditio1  Ai tho.politieal mgoliug last Wed-  nsrday evening Ma . Costigan Was  called after M. Fertile, which ma apparently an unfair proposition,'as the  meeting wao Mr. Smith's and T. S_  Baxter, of Vancouver; was the speaker  of the evening���or Mr.Smith's mouthpiece, and both "Messrs. Costigan and  Fernie should have had their time  after the main speakerin order to refute, if they coul'l; hia' argument"  against them and in favor of his candidate. This procedure on the part cf  the Martian men was manifested mos't  unfair and unprecedented' in matters  of this kiud, betraying a disposition to  leave no stone unturned by means fair,  or foul to accomplish success; The  Herald has deemed Mr. Smith a lairj  conscientious,' man heretofore, and  does yet, but it must say right 'here  that the acts of some ot his supporters  are unfair' in the extreme, suggestive  of hoodlumism, and does not bear out  the oft repeated assertion of tho regard  of the Britian for fair play.    '  I desire to give the   rumor   the   lie  direct,   and   to    warn    any    friends  and     supporters     against       treacherous and unprincipled   tactics of this  kind; to pay no   attention   to   rumors  which may reach them; and to  be  on  their guard  against  the contemptible  tricks of heelers who will stop at nothing to oiii-ct their purpose;  Yours Truly,  John R, Costigan.  large measure in carrying the meeting  with him. Fernie did not make the  showing it *yas expected he would  make in his own town.  Ed. lioyce is President.  Denver,' May 23,���The "^estem Federation of Miners -re-elected the old  officer-* and decided to keep tho headquarters of the organization at Butte,  Mont. The officers who were unanimously nominated and re-elected  were:  President, Edward Boyce of Wallace, Idaho; vice president, Daniel McDonald, Virginia City. Nev; secretary-  treasurer, James Mahcr, Butte,  Mont.  to it.  The Lake Shore hotel is alaq being  nearly doubled In size.  Imperial JUzuited.  j The Jojpgri^ limited,will again be  inaugurated yyer the Q. P, R. on and  after June 10th, when trains over the.  Crow's Nest road will be ruu on a new  soiled (lie. Trail?-! will then make  much better time than at Dresenfc,  LOCAL   MEWS,  King���Palmer Nuptials.  Chas. King, a cook at the I_ako  Shore hotel, and Miss Lolo Palmer of  Lynden, Wash., were united in marriage iu KTelson last Thursday. They  will make Moyie their home,  For a good smoke call at the Palace  Cigar Store.  Mr. and .Mrs. 1). J. Elmer   are   talk  measles induced serious   lung  trouble,  ���-,--.,,..    -,     .���*,-'...     .     ,    which ended in Consumption.'   I  had  since he wasAvuhng   to   subiiut   it  to  ?���������,y... ��� i,��� .      r. j  ������'.-��� , ,,.     (frequent  .hemorrhagees   and    oouehs  .^-./-..l , 1 .,..-�� * ��/-.,, L, t\r. nr..ft1..li��l_��-il_ l-TV-    ' - I -^  A r.Ife Antl Death Fight.  J\fr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, la.,  writing of hia almost mirculous escape 1 i��g of going to dape Nome.  from   death,    says:    Exposure    after,    v;ci- iw,,,!��� h _. n_ ,   ,  his trip to the,Coeur d' Alenes.-  1 %m  mt  JOB.JYSTOMV BUOS.       \  mtl LSJ_HW nii^ wel1 ^rnisfeed,  The 9  afc^^ppriled with the Best the I  rarest Brands of Liquors and .G%ars.-JJ  ��NTS   FOR.PABST'S   MILWAUXEE BEER, i    %  ���ifADQUARTERS  FOR COMMKRCIAL  andmmunmem  {^^&��aa*���ets-s��e  BKITISH OOJt_IT..*ri{IA.  if  l^*$GttQGeeee<s$GGGeeGG<&eeeeGwi  modifications or amendments. Ht  thought that any capitalist would be  willing to support such a man.  In referring to Baxter,   he   said he  thought we.should be thankful to  the  powers that-be for the galaxy of tal en lj;  which Joe Martin had sent  over  here  to'Leach us how to  vote,   and   to  Mr.  Smith for fulfilling  his   promise.    Ho  spoke of Mr.   Smith   in   the ���. highest  terms as a man and a citi:.on, but said  he was bitterly opposed to Joe Martin,  aud therefore 'must of necessity bo opposed to  Mr,   Smith.'   Ho   then, gave  hid .re 11 so us for boing opposed   to   Mr;  [Martin and did so  in such da   strong,  night and day'. AH u��y doctors said I  must soon die. Then I began' to use  Dr. King's iSTew Discovery-which wholly  cured nie. Hundreds have used it on  my advice and all say it never fails to  cure Throat, Chest and Lung troubles."'  Regular sixe 50c and'.$1.00. Trial bottles  free at Hope & Beattie's Drug Store.  tt'-r it Nov/ School.  A petition has beeu sent to the  government asking for a new school  building for Moyie. ' There were -15  children's names enrolled on this   list.  HOTBt   AERIVAI.S.  When Jn want of fresh fruit yon  will always.-ind it at The Palace Cigar  Store. A  ���Ob!-say, for the -finest, union cigar  in the land call at The Palace Cigar  Store.  When you write to your better, half  call on C. J. Rose at the Palace Cigar  Store for stationery. ',.'.'  Tlio   Oddfellows   have   leased   Mc-  I'rotona Is Taken.  Lord Roberts and   his   army   have  taken Pretoria, and Kruger  is   on   his  way to Holland.    The   war   is   practically at an end.  Central Hotel : J M Combs,  M're. j Gl'egpr hall.    It will  be  known   here-  B Mague, Winnipeg: W F Ellis,  J  jp I "''.ter ns Oddfellow's hall.  Dates,-��� Nelson; :.W   J   Donnelly,    j!      \   l> p.,,tnr    m,__ ��� 1  O'Niel.RAMcNallv, Rossland-   d   a     ,;   ��� '   "���-g0nial   &nd   ever  Miner, A Ledesene." OrnnbSV Wml r��7   TT    T���***   ��f     **  I Martin and did so  in such da   strong,   Fernie, Fernie;   j' FinTo^n     B��k    ?anfan?*��k��   Commerce,   Cran-  vigoroi.s and convincing manner  that J Idaho; E C Smith, Fort �� lo' v ' ^ , ^ ^^ U'e  y   b '    u ^oieeic. v.       ' scenery and beauties of Moyie.  MINERAL   ACT   1896, A  d(F0RM   I*,)        v      ���  ' CERTIFICATK '01-*.'IilPItOVEMEX'ltf.      '  ��� ��� ."     ��� '     A notice;   '.'���'.'  ^Baltimore Hiuoi-al Claim,' Bituatp la the  Fort Steele Jtiuiuffhivisiorj of jjist ICootouuv  District.. .. j;        ���   . ..* '  ���Where locatod:--l_ast' niHc ot'Lowm   kovio  Lake. ���     .',    .  Take notice that- J,'- Jaracs A. Harvey,  aijunt  for.the St.   fiugenb Uoiisolirlatea Alining com-  piiuy- Limilea,   Free  Miuer'- .ccrtiiicntc   No.  B-127-lSj, Chns.   c;.   Farrell?*.  .U.  (J.  Xo.  B 9607  John Bay F. M. (J. B 3I5J3, aud Thomas Kacler  F. Jr. C. No. Jl 9-0.1, iutund sixty tluvs from tbu  date- hereof to apply lo thcif ining Recorder for  a Certiilcateofiiuin-ovemci-t.  for the inirpo.se  of obtaiuiug a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  'Aud further take notice  that action, under  section 37, must lie commenced before the is-  suauee of such CcrtiUcatc of Improvcmetit.'..  .   J. 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',  i I-A   jt*-,  .  ���.i*i A! ii'-:  ..?*���  ...,*?'.-- -  Aii ".:.\_  ' -' '--t^  Tl IOYIE IRAD1  -    V.1.  PuWislied in the interest of the peoplo  v-f Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. f. SMITH A- CO.  I'ubllfihcrs.  2A72Z OF SUr-SCEirTIOK.  One  oofeoay  ri  nf  fhfi  *  �����  f j i  f8! SI!  .rf.���..0-  OB. SALE AJatD REXT j  OE  iUDK TO AORDEH.  21  l. a0^1il��T_BS. Moyifc,  SATURDAY,  JUSE  rTni���'r ���-r"'-" "ii mi r,ni���-iT"***!rii'-1"���  1900.  CAINIXO   sti:*_-*(>Til.  GEXTLEMJJX-  I am a candidate for your suffracjes al  the  r.nproacliing  election  of  a  j representative  for South  East Kootenai* in the Provincial Logisla'.ure j and I  make my appeal for your support as a candidate in opposition-to the  present  EAST KOOTEHAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B, C.  1 Martin Government.'   While I c-xpe-ct to have the  opportunity  from  time  to j Ar6S_'i���.d    W&tGrS    Of  9.-11  time before Iiih 'Ath of June of  discussing the  political   situation' upon   the!  my position -..pen all questions  of  im-  _-r:v dcflniiH  As ihe campaign progresses, thej  chances of Mr. Costigan'.: election , be- j Publio platform and of dec  L'./!i.- hiifrhter.' His }>lainj blunt j portaaco arising in this campaign, it i-. perhajis but. right that I should take  munncr ii. apeaking from the plat- ! this earLier opportunity of announcing my platform upon the more prominent  form shows that   there is  no   amb'ig-  f.uestion3 of  the houn     ' ' ' I  Kinds.  _>*"  _���  r  Orders Solicited.  uousness about his remarks and lhat  there is no mistaking his meaning.  He is making a a clean,, business like  campaign and is making friends aud  winning votes from _ his opponents  wherever he goes.  . Cranbrook people are rapidly 'falling  in line for Mr. Costigan.    On   election  Therefore I will advocate;���  1. The  active   development of  the ] ing, andofrvuit growing in the  agricultural districts of the_Provh.ee,  0. The establishment of a Bureau  of labor and mining statistics under  the control  of  a    competent   official  natural resources of tlie Province, not  merely in proportion to actual .annual  revenues, but, if necessary, by pledging  tlie credit.'of the Province to that end,  ., -n i ,      h       , -   i-���r,    a��d not by increasing  tbe  burden  of  exercising the functions   of-['an   arbi  day,thev will drop all party prejudices   .   . ,. .   , .      ���,     _,    ,.,   I .   �� , _ ."**  '       '     .    .     .. ,,       , ta.vation as sugg&stecl ny  Mr.  Martin,   trator in the settlement of issues 'and  and will vote lor the  man   they know'    0    . >N    ,��� ,  I. A Government svslem of explora-  Soda'Water and Syphens.  Harvey   <fe   McCarter,  FOJE.T STRKt-.', B. C '  Ua��v-oy. ^fcC-ni-ter <& AlcKander,  FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  CLOTHING, BOOTS,   SHOES  MENS*  FURNISHINGS,; VA  LISES, TRUNKS, ETC.,  ���_ most cappble of   looking   after   the  '  .flairs of the district.,      '-' ���   ���  Fort Steele will show a " broad and  '���beral spirit and give him a good  number of'.votes.  Fffrnie will give him tho bulk of her  votes.  Kitnberley will go   almost solid for  him.  Moyie-wtll give him over  two-thirds  pf her votes,  Mr. Costigan*.. election is &*.'sui'ed,  p-^"\3-H-5i-_-_af^i3l&_*i*-L^won 'i ������ ?������ " -n't  Smith will have plenty of lime (o  look' after his farm and Fernie his coal  mining interests after June 9th.  tion of the natural resources of .tho  Province with a view' of asctrtaining  their locality and 'extent; and the  publication of full periodical reports  o'f such exploration, with maps, showing trail, railway,'and water routee for  information and guidance of prospectors and public generally.  3, A generous policy o_ encouragement and assistance qf Railway construction tlu-ougl.out the provide  by  disputes endangering the peace, ..progress,' and commercial iuterests of the  community; thus avoiding, as far as  pessibisj the delay-, annoyance, and  expense of protracted litigation.  10. Greater expedition in tpe iss-ue  of Crown crants; and'prompt departmental settlement of disputed claims.  -��� IT, (The* preclusion pi Mongolian  labor fronf competition with white  layer r;itbm tlio Province by -all consti-  Li._t.GnaI rneanaj vomombpring always  C P. HTGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICE-  KitEIJ.' BLOCK.  British Gqiumbia.  caa|i subsidy, auwoundod by suoh sbvo* j tint wo nrci'p&H cf  a - gvaal   i'tppire  fill logJsSatioo iii rviil efAjolually safo-1 whose Sovowlgn   is  oriiitlcd   lo ' our  Sloean Drill _ For a man   who   has  .lever'done anything wrong, Joe Martin  needs   a   powerful   amount   of' lung  ���ower used in his defense.,  guard the interests of tha people,"The  necessity for ^Railway development  throughout the Province Is apparent  to all; but under the psescnt conditions and limited revenue of -the  Province, I decline to commit  mvself  loyal support In'the   mighty   tasls   0/  that Empire's government. ,  12. The District of south East Kocfte-  nay being essentially a ' mining district, tbeeight-ho.ur law is naturally a  subject of vital importance   to   us.    1  City   Shaving-   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  *-**-.. .*-i_ -i   ���- j-TfcJia_n--<fc��__.  n^iilurm imm*r* iiMmii tmmittimmhMU  Edwin C. Smitli is a good conscien-  ious man, but ,by  being  attached  to  - -soph Martin he is iu' bad  company,  uerefore he uiust be rt-iected.  A.    K   RICHARDSON,  Hauling and Draying.  Wood for Sale/  lo a policy of  Provincial, Government i have given this question a  great  deal  construction, operation and ownership  Moyie, .  _B. C.  _r_.2:t:c7js!.-  *��a:-i tboce is   tsll:   ,ci"   build'rig   a  '  viii-y to Fort Steele, nnd tlie I --ader  oestly hopes that this time tb j pro-  .   vill be carried   out.    Fort   Steele  Li'- "::;"��� pc*r't.nt a place * to   bp   side-  "1-i03rie has clearly demonstrated lhat  ��� -. rAu given   creditable   celebration  ��� it outside'Support.   The ^uepn's  -.    Jay celebration    was  "i-     purely  ��If air, and yet it 'was   a   succuso  e.cry point, of \ievv.  of railwaj-s. I shall have more to say  upoa this important cpiifaBtion, from  the .public platform.  �����. The estublishment and maintenance of a technical school of mines.  o. Amendment of the !uinin.r act-?;  razti-*,:*,.,*riv. \A.*U. refe'renc.-. l;". the  inspection of mines aud their greater  ���j.-U^ty; ai-.d with jeieronce to ar:se.i.-  mont woik. clalni-jumpinj', etc. and  tlie obviation.'us far as possible, of the  necessity or litigation in connection  theiewjth.  6. The Government of British Columbia by and for the people of British  Columbia; am {''the fair, impartial, y-nd  honorable administration of   the   i.ub-  of careful and conscientious .consideration j aud I am convinced that justice  and the best interests' of the country  demand that'with reference to this law  it must be a case of '"HANDS OFF."  If elected I shall strenuously oppose  i*ny attempt to inter.'i_re with the law  ;-.*; ft nor*-.-t.nr's fr:*ccpt, perhaps, so  far as to exempt from its operation a  prospector personally doing- as..tss-  rni.nt work on hip own claim),, until  such lime as mine-owners and mine-  *,vori:ers unite iu a formal appeal to  the legislature,1 by resolution of their  respective associations,' for a change  in lhe law. l If such a-united appeal  bo not made, then, so far as" niy vote  and'-influence   can   nreyent    it,   no  ��� ibitanls   ot   J\*ew< Zealand    are  g.-'eat   admirer.:-   of   Sir   George  e (tLo hero   of   l.adys_r.i'h)   that  _.y are sending him a |'br:ck of gold','  ith 't-ho words on one cido, "This is   a  -icir'Aand on .the   olh.er,   "You   are  j^ti.cr!"  Pt^nrmrmmmM  T-. j action   of   the   Moyie   Miners'  r..oa in endorbihg -��_dv/in   C.   Smith  '.-'!_  tot be taken seriously, nor will   it  Ui. rjut little figure on   election   day.  -Ik-mvs ".vas a strictly labor candidate  - t'-.-j field, then the   union   would be  '_i.i-'l in endorsing him, but   as   the  itier stands   their   action   was   uu-  ied f(.r.  lie works and oilier   public   ap.aii-j   of i change will be made,  the 1'i'ovincc, irroopective   ui   local or I     If honorod with   tho   confidence   of  the electors of ���-���"South' Fa&t "Kootenay  ou the* Oth day of June next J ahull  faithfully eydcavur   to   dischartce   my  UNION BARKER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.,.  T. JB. CO_.l_.IXS, rropr  MOYIE, B.'OA '  ��_��  MKUxwcviuOA^rwuHh-r-MW i_ewt_n*_.rfin.a_��w>_��-n��-n^iwg_i-w,i_ gii.  Hi'  JEWELER,  MOYIE  }  Clothing,    Gents'    Furnishings,  Boots?  Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  i"**".  COME AND SEE Tf3.  -Victoria Ave., .Movrr, R 0 j'1 ^  If 4  - s.4w anb" fumm MILL,  political prejudice.  .'. The exciusiou   of  Federal -"parl;>  lines from British   Columbia  -oolitic.  Kerrigan & Co.  until tho nn possibility of f-iablo govern-��� dude, ai iepre_.en_a.ive of the dihtrict  mci-i upon suoii tt l:_lt>s La. b-'Cii j hun^tly and impartially, and un'  cleatly demonstrated to   both  Federal   biasud by'local  prejudice,' or  political  parlies.  8. The encouregemenl and' deyelop-  intut of farming,   dairying stack-raid-  JOHN  or   seutional   affiliation,   and   beg  to  remain, ���  Your obedient servenl,  J  Cranbrook, B. C, l__th, May, 1900.  -<��� i  A  ^y  y.  \j i  .'it', such an unsettled condkion  :f.iirs in tbe province too much  ��� cannot be exercised in the seiec-  : of men of ability and experience  the 1'iovincial legislature. John >  Aot-tigan will cope with llie be_t of  l, and it is safe tb i-.ay' there will  be a brighter man in that -body  _n it nic-t-L. in July.  bo fact that Premier Mariin'f.   iir=t  -tion,--. foi Cabinet miniiter-i   wore j  lo   Jan    DuiL-muir  and   e:-.-!'rc-  Curlier   is   __oiin.'_h:_:g    Li.-r-t    hif. j  z cannot   ciuitu   recur.cilc    with  ofessioiis of   fncnd'jhij)   for   th  ' 'i gir.cn.    Both   are   opposed  1 M_=i-.jn of  (Jhi:.c,,c-.   the   Eight'  -..-   and   eveiy   othei    lnea'-urt  MOYIE B. C,  Are Now Open and .Ready For  Business With & Full Line [of  Staple a,nd Fancy  You are Invited to Inspect Stock,  CRAKBKC'OK,    K.  G.  Wholesale  Q-rocers  A'-.)  GeneraPAgents,  l  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles v.-.  MOYIE,    B. C.  r'oiijmiCBS apply on wrrrc  &, R. .MUIR, Bffgr.  \m  Home and   Foreign   Bonded    Warehouses.  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars,* Produce, Fruit*  Etc.,   Etc,   Etc.,     Etc.  ���*���*���" J.J^HJ^-lutf-Br^i��� i      H'i��-ii.-'^11 ���"-������^i  ��W��?  THE .WM, HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO, |,|  '��� (LIMITED.-) 1 >  CORRESPOXDEKC;-:  INVITED.  vocatcd bv tl:c Premier.  to j I,  '.I'  _^*  %  tt  ^^^  -vnix Pioneer-: Many a voter and   rt*  . a  paper   in   British . Columbia ���-^ .  :.:-. well of  the - govern men t   plat- j ^'  aud of some of the  nominees ' of' $��� '  ' ^oveminen tin' tbe  several ���' ri-- i %  ! ;: t. fails lo have -confidence in 'th.-.  \  :.'���: .himself or in    hia   ability Ai '-.'j [��.'  the promises of his pla.t-fprr.*.! %���  "SO'.  The only Iiour.c in East Kooluay  lieatcd^throushoiU/wifh hotair.  First cl3ss3;invc-vcry respect,; Special  i"Pte.-_ lo boardeiii. Good sample! room  for commercial men.  European plan.    Open day and nitrht  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.,  ���*��'!  -__L_-a_.  K. IT.'$iV?AI.T, -Prop.  -_���.._-.*���__���*-'.  .'ail    lo  complicate  tlie I __.*^'_-��.'���wm  '. -��� "i, and' probably result j  my   cettinjj   ;i   decided'  the   ne:-:l.-  provincial   as-  .VZ-.S.-X'-.j.V  CRANBROOK, - - B.O.  t__..-_ ��� '.I.-. A.-^rx'^AAt.   -S5*--s-=-.-*  JEINQYOUE JOB AWOIlt  TG  FT-'fTfpf  ���I. tJXL.i  W?Wj,  ���CIV*  A j iVdfrtf  Prices Qiven.  and   Orders  ' Taken-pn;.;"  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  IN'        KRGPj  AN'P  n0TTr.l_!?.  BREWERY.  ���mtEtvKn.s or���  FINE LAGER   B3M  ANI) PORTER . . .  E-..'f.i  r '~i  . -'  !*  *  r%  -*"*fe*4s  Okdki.3 rRCvrrnr atticwdicd to.  R. RicstDi-er and Co., Props.  NELSON, B. C  aW iy"!  l?A &&  AC;,M  -* 1     ��� ^\ftl?*a* IE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    0.  mmtriE  BEECHER FAMILY.  ��pilte_f  >M.t ifj*-\.jti. t i*i-.tt!j>ii____ , _ . , , -  .S'ldSjTfiea.Beocber   family,    the   pons  and  WwK&trfifiiters of Dr. Lyman Heedier. consti-  S&��ffi."_*&��.___.'   ���p   .1,.,   .-.,,,.,.���_,   .���,h;i;.,_   :..   .1.:..  ^p^ta^Ow*? of the  faun-US families m tins  not, siii']iii*"P*'d  P^%3^ajgyS American family save tlie Ad-  ��^%mgm^t Massachusetts.���Syracuse llor-  ^Mm^'ftitfomtis  Beecher  was in ,fine a  broad  a&tedtfy  aeccruaiii  in  ms  very  su.i.mx  "IrltfiSHty and 'service.���Si-ringfiold  lie-  mm-  mXfflBiS K. Beecher not only preached, "U*L ���� P��^��-�� -�� Uie iu  Sflticod     He hod several ado,,,. '^%^��e^ %  feMu?n?(nS  l'".���?  ����--  "J   ��<��'������ fret   are shown;   should   .  l^frt^gjEDs influence wns large and Lolp-' the directors may require  wide circle, aiid it will hiifjc-r  Jthe community Lis labor blessed,  gaapolis News.  '"loath of the Rev. Thomas K.  and of Mrs. Mary Beecher Per-  loves all but two of (.he 11 noted  daughters of the Rev. Lyman  the most famous of which were  jlVard Beccher. and Mrs. Harriet  Stowo.���Chicago Tribune.  m  A Cut-louM Iiij-ect.  ect. lhat ��� can count���at least up  is   the   curious   discovery   with  .ietJU'iinnt  Colonel  Delauncey of  gjliich  army  credits "himself.    Tho  i.s a heniipter, about an eighth of  flout;, and wns seen in a garden of  New,Caledonia, attention, being  'ed by its -.iri��.ul_ir turning its own  !|'a pivot'while resting on a banana  "After a pause of a qunrtei' of an  lie movements began again,  wlien  i/sei'vei*. was  able ��� to, make  the  ful-  frocord: Sb.'  turns in the direction  _ pjh.'iid.s of the watch, then a' _ito|>;  iHS&fPS in the opposite direction, a'.stop;  Tgiinis  in "the  first' direction,  a  mop;  jjgp.on in descending order until finally  tjirn   was   made  in   each   direction.  SJoVthe  insect 'stopped,  ninininhig still  iible at the end of an hour.'    Only  ecimoiis of the insect- were found,  'th were, unlotinnately, lost..   The  counting   was   observed   ou  ems  TJOUS  i'onM'Oflb occasion  If  III Tim ml  Accuracy..       ,"  iible ^Hostess���Well, now' you are  hope you' will  stay  to "lunch  - y   *      ' ''���  |lng Visitor���Oh, thank yon so  Idear Mrs.' Browne, if avo may.  ghtcr.) There, Vera, won't (hilt  (Jghtfnl*?    Such  a  pleasant sur-  )r yon!  aly Truthful Child���Not a sur-  ihollier. You know you said  Jrowne must aslr us to lunch if  'stopped long enough!  dB::G.v  MS*  mth.  IIiw Only Clinnce.  ever saw   such  a   man   as   old  for running .away all the young  it call ou liis d.iujrhters."  yon ,understand?.    It   Is  the  tat  ^nj^ciiance he has to IniUy men bigger  ianhe is:"���-Indianapolis Press.    Q  iJSS^ ,(Oiiee  it emo-vetl. '  'c'JVi'e you a Son of the American Kevo-  intioirv" .     ", ,   ,  i&siNo.. I'm a son-in-law."  "mow's thai?"  ..JOh.-one of the Daughters of the  imnerican Revolution swooped down on  fSniiSaud married me."���Indianapolis Jour-  IART PALPITATION  IUEKJ-.C LADY UE__EA.SEI> FROJL  GREAT   SUFFERING.  00,  fllarf Trh.-l Many 'Mo ill clues Without  Uall, but liltimftIcly __*om_.l :i Cine  tliiougli tliollno of Dr. Williams'I'liil.  j-IIls. ' <-'  jew bodily nfilictions are   more,ter  than disease of the heart.   To live  instant' dread   and  expectation  of  h, _udden and with   last  farewells  oken, is for most' people moro aw-  o con template-t__ati   tho   most scr-  liugeriug   illne.-s.    The  slightest  lenient brings suffering and danger  ch peoplo.  r several years Mrs. Gravel, wife  II. A. Gravel, foreman in Barry's  factory, St. John's suburb, Qtie-  was such a sufferer, but thanks to  iVilliams' Pink Pills sho is again  ft enjoyment of good health. Mrs.  si says:���  y general health was bad for sev-  .._8f&$yenrH. my appetite was poor, and I  rr I ^|IS^measil-v tueH, but it was the fre-  '������    fpJ W^S* Eharp,paius and  violent palpita-  ���v$&&8ara  m  ���;.-d|��5iof luy ll0;irt which caused  nie  tho  \ .(.?%StSS_.est alarm. 1 tried many medicines  ' u ?Sll5'1VS trcatccl by several doctor��, but  ���I"iunlJ3'  I bocaiho  so poorly  -V*jifi$��in.  <C"l]��_  r w^|f^a* I was not ubie"to do any housohold  H^&��Mk< aild."Wis frequently   confined   to  l^��fe%ed-    At tl10 ^ggostion  of  one of  '^^inencls X decided'to ,try   Dr.    Wil-  "���ms* Pink Pills.   .After taking a icyr..  P1 began   to* gain   new  sneugth  "vigor.    The   pains   in   my  heart  less frequent; and   less seS-ere, and  'Very way my health *\v;as improving.  ntnmed using the pills  until I had  if*3" eiShcboxe3. when   I   had. coin-  ^tely rocoverod my   health. A I==h'avo  ^ -��*^~A -jned lu flesli; my appetite is good,  ?d   . tef0$P I am ahle. to do  all my household  - JC*_S.rk wilhout i'eeliug the awful fatigue  %?2tl&A$fflaa before subject   to.    I  ?>  . -W&2&-7 ^ iutluced to , try  this . wonderful  I^M'pDr  Williams' Pink Pills cure by go-  S'<IFP"8 to lhe root  of   ��10  disease.    They  ^lim^owand  bnild   up   the   blood,   and  r>.   f^-Feu8thon tho uervos, thus driving (lis--  l'u^e,||se from   the system. : Avoid   imita-  \   ^||^0ns by insistug that every ' box  you  ' <^pPrcllase is onclosed iu a wrapper boar-  , ^M?g tho ful1 trade mark,   Dr. Williams'  >-Vi4?illk PiUs  for Pillf3  Peoplo.    If your  ;    ^aealor does not keep   them   they  will  )  1%^ sent postpaid at 50 cents a box,   or  ^#5!X boxos for $'z-60 hy   addressing , th3  MW*   Williams' Medicine   Oo.,.'-Brook-  AoMlle, Out.���'" i  i 4 X*- '      '.-'���������  Pi  h >��!*��'  WINNIPEG INDUSTRIAL  Rul<-rf   by Wliich   IJoiM-h (nil   IJe lj.iler��l  Jor G*oii_i>: tiloii -Us; ��,!'  I'r'.itt  The following- is a uS(. 0f t]ic. prjzea  and conditions lor horses to bo entered  .it,the  U'innii-c-K JiJ.iustriaJ exhibition:  The directors in charge are I. Al.  Bosf*, J, A. -Mitchell, and It. 1. m.  F-owef.  HULKS.,  1. Hoi_:-erT-r.-2i are especially urged to  send In their entiles as at early a  date a.s, possible to facilitate the allotment .of  .stalls. '  2. All stall doors must be left open,  so that visitois call inspect the horses between ihe hours uf 9 a.m. arid 12  noon .and' 1 p.ut.. and fl p.m. All stalls  must he cleaned out htfoie 7 a.m., so  that refuse can be Uikc-n away before  the   arrival   yf vhsitois.  3. All animals competing for prizes  must be ^naered in the names of their  bona fide owners,  or their duly auth-  ere sire and  doubts' arise,  affidavits of  ownership from the exhibitor. Both  horses jn a team must he owned by  the   exhibitor.  4. No,horse will be allowed to enter  or compete Ln more than one ..lass or  section,' except for the best horse or  mare of any ag-e.'in its class, in the  sections for ��� progeny, and for special  Prizes  or attractions.   ���  5. Horses shown as .a team can also  compete as single  horses.  6. Horses must be shewn uncovered, and in such manner as the judges  may require or allow;and if exhibitors  refuse to ��� submit to the proper requirements of the judges, their animals will be ruled out. In the road-,,  ster, .carriage and hackney classes, exhibitors mu_.t come prepared to show  their horses in harness if required.    , ���  7. All' horses   competing must      be  hrouglU out' for the inspection  of the  judges or for exhibition,whenever called out by the official appointed to at--,  tend   to that duty.  S. Exhibitors who may , desire to  take 'their horses from 'the grounds at  ;uight will be allowed to do so on depositing $5 with the manager as a  guarantee for, the return of the animal next morning-. If the horse ii-  not returned by 10 o'clock next morning ,the amount deposited ' and all  premiums awarded will 'he forfeited.  9. A copy of the certificate show-'  lag registration In' . one of the stud  books, named, signed by the secretary  of the association publishing the same,'  must be produced to the judge, except  for foals, before the judging takes  pla.ee. t The registration nurnher of  animal and. name of stud book must  be given;; with   all   entries.        ��� - -  10. The age of horses shall date fron.  lst January.  "  11.   No   horse   suffering-   from    con-,  t'Lgious   or  hereditary  disease will   be,  allowed   a   premium.       Stallions ,and  brood   mares   injured   by*       accidents  which  do  not  lessen   their usefulness,  may   be  a/warded  ar prize.  12. Non-compliance with the rules  of the association ,on the part of-an  exhibitor or his employee shall incur  the forfeiture of any premium awarded.  13. All horses competing where  registration .is required must be registered   in  a recognized stud   booki,  ., Entry   Fees Stallion,   3   years,, old  or over, 51,50 ..each;, all other, horses,  two years' avnd'over $1 each; all other  horses .one year and* under, 50 cents  'each.  CLASS   1���CLYDESDALES.      .  Certificate of. registration in Clydesdale" Stud book of Canada (appendix  excepted), or in the Clydesdale Stud  book of Great Britain and Ireland, or  the American Clydesdale Stud book,  must   be produced   in   this   class.  1st 2nd 3rd  Stallion, four years or over..$30 $20 $10  Stallion.,   three   years 25   15   10  Stsllion    ,lwo   years 15   10     5  Stallion,  yearling    10     6     4  Brood   mare,   with      foal   by  side  25   15   10  Brood mare and two o�� her  progeny,     three   years   and  under    '.  15   10  Three-year-old   Filly 15   10  Two-year-old filly 10     8  Yearling filly        8     6  tAoal        6     4  Mare, any age .' diploma  Stallion and three of his get  ���get to be foaled in Man., .  N.W.T., or B.C. The award  to be made on the proportion of 25 per cent for the  , stallion and 75 per cent for  the progeny d  ...   . 25   15  (a).    Stallion,  one year    arid  over,  foaled in Man., N."W.'  T.cor B.C 15   10  (b).    Mare, one year ,or over,  foaled   In   Man., N.W.T.  or  B.C 15   10  CLASS 2���SHIRES.  Certificate of registration In - the  Canadian Shire Horse Stud book, English Shire Horse Stud book, or American Shire Horse Stud_ book, must be  produced in this class. *  Sec. ' 1st 2nd 3rd  Stallion, four years or over..$30 $20 $10  Stallion,   three   years 25   15   10  Stallion, two years 15   10     5  Stallion,   yearling 10     6     4  Brood marc,with foal by side 25   lo   10  Brood mare and   two of  her  progeny,   three   years    and  under    ���������   ���-.��� 15  Three-year-old  filly   .Ay,.'. A. 15  Two-year-old   filly...   ...    ...10  10  10  vS'  20   10  Yearliiig. filly..        ...   S     6  Foal'.'.....-��� ....  :...-���-���  ....   ������   6     **  Mare,  any' age   ..   ..diploma ,  Stallion and three of his get   v  ���-get to be-foaled-in. Many  N.V/.T. or B.C.   The award  '.to be made on  the proprir- v  . ������' tion of'25 per cent for the  stalWcwi and 75 per cent for  the  progeny..   ..CLASS ,2���A.     '  Stallion,  any   ' age,    Clydes-  dale   or   Shire, Aspeeial    by   ���  the   Horse   Breeders'   association of Manitoba and the  ���  N.W.T....    .    ......diploma       ���  Brood mare, anyage, Glydes-  1   dale   or   Shire,   special   by  Horse   Breeders',   "association   of. Manitoba   and   the  N.W.T..... diploma  CLASS 3���DRAFT HORSES.  ���Horses registered, or eligible for registration, ; cannot   compete--.-��� in       this*  class,  except in sections for teams,  hi  harness.    Stallions must be registered.  gec. 1st 2nd 3rd  Brood mare,'  with    foal    by  side. 1st  prize1 by  Massey-  Harris     company.,     Two-  Furrow      Imperial      Gang  Plow, value $38......   A.   ...$38 $10   ?5  Brood mare and two of her  progeny,   throe years     and  under.   15   10     5  Three-year-old gelding or  ���filly. 1st prize by Minnesota  Moline Plow company, per  IT. F. Anderson &. company  value  , ...    ....... 22   10     5  Two-year-old gelding or Ally 12    8     5  filly  5  3  Yearling gelding or  Foal   Team geldings or inares,suitable lor dray purposes. To  be shown in harness to a '  diay or wagon. Prize by  Masse y,-H arris company,  fanning  mill,   value   $25 -,. 25   15   10  Team geldings or mares.suit-  able for farm purposes, in  harness to a wagon. Prize  by Hon.  Thos. Greenway.. 25   15   10  Mare   ,any  age    diploma ,  Stallion and three of his -  get. Get to he foaled in  Manitoba, Northwest Territories or British Columbia. The award to be made  on the proportion of 25 per ,  per cent for the stallion and  75 per cent for the pi��-  geny , 25   15  THE  FATE OF AN DREE.,  Sec-rcl- TI_I�� Summer at KIuk Charlcl  Land, Beyond SpltrberKren.  No hopes are longer entertained that  Dr. Andrea and his two companions  havo survived their attempt to cross  the north polar area in a balloon. Sir  Martin Conway voiced the general  opinion when he wrote In the new, "International Geography" that "an attempt by the Swedish engineer Andree  to cross the'north polar area in a balloon must be classed with the mysterious tragedies of exploration."  Another effort will be made this summer, however, to ascertain the fate of  the explorers by following up a clew  that may prove to be Important. On  Sept 11 last year a buoy was, picked*  up on the north coast of King Charles  Land, 80 degrees north, latitude .and  25 degrees east longitude, which bore  the words on a nickel plate "Andree'a  Polar' Expedition." It was taken to  Stockholm,unopened, and there It waa'  proved to be what Andree had called  "the north pole buoy." It was the buoy  In which he was to place a message  and drop It when he passed the north  pole.  It was openedln the presence.of gey-  eral arctic experts and members of tho  government, but no message . was  found in It "There was a'coating lu-  slde-the tube that seemed to resemble  paper, but a microscopical examination showed that it was a growth of  alga.. The experts agreedthatlt could  not, have drifted, from the neighborhood of the pole to King Ch^rleB Land.  There appeared to be no reason why It  should have been thrown out empty,  and the view forced Itself upon all  that It was a part pf the wreckage of  the expedition. , ���  Tlils Is the clew,,which It Is proposed  to follow up. i'i is thought that the  expedition may- have come to grief not  far fromthe place where the buoy waa  found. Next summer a Swedish-Russian expedition is to go to Spitzbergen  to relieve the party lhat has been  spending anumber of months there In  the work of measuring an are of tbe  meridian ��� in that high latitude. The'  Swedish steamer that will be part of  this expedition will make a detour to  King Charles Land and carefully  search the entire neighborhood for further traces of the lost party. ' It Is  thought to be highly probable that  more wreckage will be found and perhaps considerable light thrown upon  the fate of Andree aud his men.���New  York Suri.  TO PREVENT IS BETTER THAN  TO REPENT.���A little medicine in the  shape of the wonderful pellets which are  known as Parnaeleo's Vegetable Pills,  administered at the proper time and with  the directions adhered to often prevent a  serious attaok of sickneBS and save money  which would go to the doctor. In all irregularities of the digestive organs they  are an invaluable corrective and. by  cleansing the blood they clear the skin of  Imperfections.  He Believed It.  "They say there is arsenic In playing  cards."  "Well, 1 thought I'd been holding  some mighty ���pizon'- bands lately."���  Cleveland Plain Denier.,   One trial of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will convince you that It has  no equal as a worm medicine. Buy a  bottle" and see if it does not please you.  Wou.��l  Have  Deon  Hard on Her.  "I wisli 1 had studied law," she said  n'grei fully. .  ",lt would have, been, a hitter expe-  '���it-nee for you." he answered.  "Why so?" she demanded.  "You would have had Id let the Judgp  have the last word."���Chicago I'ost.  Hard, and soft corns cannot withstand  Holloway's Corn Cure; it is effectual  every time. Get a bottle at ouce and bo  happy.  Kitt ActInK HI_T,Pnrt.  Customer ��� Gracious! How loud  mouthed and domineering that vnau Is!  Is he a mc in her of the linn?  Salesman���Yes; he's the silent partner.��� I-hiladclpln.i Press.  Tlie True Vernion.  Miles S.andish paused in his nervous  pacin;*. of the floor as John AJden entered.  "Well." he asked anxiously, "you  come from Prlscilla?* Did you say a  good word for meV"  "Yes," replied John, "and she said a  good word for you herself."  "Ah!"  "When 1 toJd her of your love, she  exclaimed, 'Heavens!'" ���PhiladelDhla  Press.   MIKABD'S LINIMENT for Sale'EFeirwliere.  Letting   Him   Down.  Comedian���They laughed very heartily at my, jokes tonight.  Critic���Ah. yes. Any old humor  passes for good humor if the audience  happens tb be in good humor for laughing.��� I'll Hade! pi lia, Press  Minard's Liniment CnresTnms, Etc,  Port ii lie's  Sin lie.  "Pa, what is 'Fortune's smile?' "  "It's,the thing to which people generally  give the credit  for some other  fellow's  hard  work."���Chicago  Times  Herald.  HORSES  FOR   SALE  IN   CAR   LOADS,  D. S. MAODOXALD & CO. have made  au arrangement w'th one *jt the largest  HOItSE JiAXOHLNG companies in the  state of Montana by which they will _hip  hordes into this Province, in train Loads,  with headquarters at WIX_S"IP��G, where  they will he sold in car lots to dealers.  This stock consists of choice coach and  heavy draft or farm horses, with a limited  number of Cleveland Bays. They will commence to arrive from the 1st to the 10th of  June, due notice of, which will be given,  when horse dealers will do well to inspect  this stock before buyiDg elsewhere, as tha  prices will be right.  Address, General Delivery, Winnipeg.  MIKABD'S LINIMENT Relieves NearaMa.  Port Mnlgrave, June 5, 1897.  O. O. RICHARDS & CO.  Deaj_J>irsi.*��MINA.RD'S LINIMENT  is' my remedy for colds, etc. It iB tbe  best liniment I have ever used.  MRS. JOSIAH HART!  Boston  Art  I.OTere,  Dollarworth  (who has taken up art) ���  Not a  bad  picture, sir; the perspective,  now, is very tine. A    ���  Mahisiick��� But it is lacking in one important ' element. ' There is no chiaro  oscuro. " - -.  Dollarworth! ' Is' that all? I'll gel  him to put some in. It probably won't  add much to the price, and if it does 1  don't care. ' I like ihe picture.���Boston  Transcript \ ,j__  BILIOUSNESS BURDENS' LIFE.���  The bilious man is never a companionable man because his ailment renders  him morose and gloomy. The complaint  Is not so dangerous as it Is disagreeable.  Yet no one need suffer from it who can  procure Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. By  regulating the liver and obviating tbe  effects of bile in the stomach they restore  men to cheerfulness and full vigor of  action.  Nome City Prices.  Nome City, the new mining town on  the Alaskan coast, already has a newspaper, a four page sheet, which measures about 12 by 10 inches, but which  sells at '50 cents a copy. The new  journal styles Itself the Nome Gold  Digger, and Its first Issue contains  some Interesting advertisements.  The bill of fare of the principal restaurant Includes tenderloin steak at  ?3; reindeer steak, $3; ptarmigan. $3;  boiled mackerel, $1.50; coffee and  doughnuts, 50 cents; corned beef hash,  $1; sausage, $1.50; fried hatn', %\; salmon, $1; three eggs, $2; loaf of bread,  25 cents; toasted cheese, $1. Two  story seven room dwellings are advertised for rent at $200 a mouth; wagong  and teams for hauling aro hired out at  $10 an hour; a shave costs $1 and _.  hair cut $1.50.  Increasing; Anxiety.  "This don't worry button Is a fraud.."  "In what respect y"  "Why. every fellow that sees It worries me by wanting me to give It to  hi in."���Chicairo  f-cford.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup stands  at the bead of the list for all diseases of  tbe throat and lungs. It acts like magic in  breaking up a cold. A cough is soon sub-  dried, tightness of the chest is relieved,' even  the worst ease of consumption is relieved,  while in recent cases it may be said never to  fail. It is a medicine prepared from the I  active principles or virtues of several medicinal herbs, and can be depended upon for all  pulmonary complaints.  Duty nnd Hnblt.  The Cop���If I did me juty, I'd run  vou In.  The Protesting Citizen���Ol),.don't go  out of your way on my account.���Philadelphia North American.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Cares Daidmff.  Calling; Down n Poet. <, ,  The Indiana poet who blightly'sings,  "Ho, for ,the maple and ho for tho  sap!" Is ^ respectfully Informed that  the "Sap-ho" Isn't running to any extent- this spring.���Cleveland Plain  Dealer.     '   UitTH-sf A N A " BEL.IANCK   OIGAH  I U-)^AI.A,     FACTORY, Montreal  HOUSEHOLD  HINTS.' '  Mother of pearl ' articles should be  cleaned with whiting nnd cold, water.  SoaiAliscolors them. ���    ���  Narrow strips of ticking tied to fl piece  of broom handle i.s the host whip to boat  upholstered f*urniture.  The old remedy for removing tar is  butter. Tar is Soluble in fat and espe  dully in butter. Apply the butter to the  tar spot nnd let it stand for some tinie.  Both the buttoi- and the tar may then be  washed off by a sponge with soap aud  water. ' <-  "  '; Medi'.ine stains demand a combination  ot. fulh'i-'s earth and ammonia and should  be removed before ihe ankle i-_ washed  Make a paste of, fuller's earth or pipe  clay, and the ammonia and rub it well,  into the stains. Let ili'e paste dry. IU*-'  foil* putting the article into the ordinary  wash rub it out in cold witter.  HOTEL BALMORAL,^^eoa-ipFrl;e I.Ti.ooAS;  THE ALL-WOOL MICA ROOFING  "Which neither Ileal, nor _B"i.o8t ;i_T<.cU.  After 9 years' trial customers class It superior  to all other rooiing     Highly recommended at  Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition, 18.7-8.  W. G. F.ONSECA, Bc^ntat*  ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES.  MaJu  Streol-,       - -       "Winnipeg, Man.  Fariv. Lands  For Sale in All Parts of the  ���   Province.   Write for Lists.  NARES, ROBINSON & BLACK,  WINNIPEG.   MAN.  Manufactured  by THOS. I_KE, IV Inn I peg,  Trade -.Mark Registered Nov. _., 18W.  One Oxydonor will berve a family. Yoa  are to do the curing yourself. Fully tested  in all diseases. Oxygen ii nature's greatest  cure. Sure 2ure for La Grippe, Rheumatism,  Catarrh, Chronic Dyspepsia, etc. Dr, P. Emmons, of Syracuse, N."i.., writes: "1 wish to  give you particulars of a few lrom many  cases which have been eli'ected bytheOxy-'  donor 'Victory' in my practice." He especially mentions cases of Pneumonia, Bowel  Trouble, Ery.-ipelas, Asthma, Rheumatism,  Diptheria, Measels, ifemalgia, etc. ' Particulars can be seen at nay office. Subdealers  in every district wanted. For descriptive  booklet and particulars address Wm. TV  Gxbbixs. Grain Exchance, Winnipeg.  SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE  IN ALL BUSINESS SUBJECTS  No midsummer holidays.   Now is the time %���  prepare for a situation ___. the busy season.  Full particulars on application.  ���- G. XV. DOXALD, See.  N. B.���We assisted over 100 of our students t��  positions during tlie past live months.   .  Catholic Prayer g��i&K,��K?:  nlars, Iteligious Pictures, Statuary, and Church  Ornaments, Educational Works. Mail orders receive prompt attention, j). & j. sadiier & Co, .Montreal  W. N. U.   272.  THE PROVINCIAL  Incorporated  iu 1891 by  OF MANITOBA.  Manitoba  Government.  PRESIDENT:  John* Rexton, Fanner, Deloraine.  VICE-PRESIDENT:      '  O. J. Thomson, Farmer, Virden.  A Navnl PInin. ���  ���  The command of a.receiving ship Is  pre-eminently that of a married mau,  and he and his family always live on  board in unique and delightful homes.  There are but six receiving ships in  the service���the Franklin, at Norfolk;  the Independence aud Pensacola, at  Mare Island, Cal.; the Richmond, at  League Island, Pa.; the Vermont, at  the Brooklyn navy yard, and, the Wabash, at Charlestown, Mass. There Is  no house* rent to,pay; tho captain is  allowed two. stewards by the government; so It Is looked upon as, one-;of,  the very few chances offered In the  naval otll.er's career to save money.���  Anna A. Rogers, Iu Woman'* Homo  Companion.  Quisle Arrow Shooting*. ..'  The Maya Indians have acquired extraordinary dexterity with the bow and  arrow, which, with the spear, is their  only weapon, though the boys before  they are strong enough to draw the  bow often used a: sling made from a  strip of rawhide, with which they kill  squirrels and small birds. The bows  are about five feet loug, made of a  thin, tough strip of cuhoon palm, well  seasoned. The arrows are usually carried In a tiger skin quiver and can ba  used with marvelous rapidity, as the  following Incident will show:  A chief of the Lacondones of my acquaintance named Cauek had been on  bad teirms with his father-in-law for  some time. One nioruing while hunting In the bush he espied the old man  iu an annua tree gathering the apples.  He at ouce llrcd.au arrow at the man,  striking him through the chest and  while the body was falling placed another arrow in the neck. Fortunately  for himself he managed to reach the  nearest Spanish settlement before any  of the murdered man's relatives could  overtake him.���Chambers' Journal.  Preferred the Bnlgrlngr Kind.  "I think' I'll have to go to' tbe bargain sale this morning."  "What for?"  "One of those 'swell pockelbooks.'  Mine is uhvays flat."���Cleveland Plain  Dealer. *     .  SORE FEET.-Mrs. E. J. Nelll, New  Armagh, P. Q., writes: "For nearly six  months I was troubled with burning  aohes and pains in my feet, to each an extent that I could not sleep at night, and  as my feet were badly swollen I could not  wear my boots for weeks. At last I got a  Dottle of DR. THOMAS' EOLECTRIC  OIL and resolved to try it, and to my as  toniehment I got almost Instant relief,  and the one bottle accomplished a perfect  oure.    Cane  of  Insomnia. ���  There he twisted, and he screanied, and his mammy didn't know  Wherefore his woe;  Just a little- iix months' baby in a city tenement.  There  were  half a   dozen others,   and  but  little  time was spent  In maternal diagnosis of the little shaver's case.  So he hollered nights and daytime till tha neighbors round the place,        -   .  By   the   squealings   and   the   squallings   of   the  youngster driven,  Told  the  mother she  must  summon  >  physician  for the child.  Well, she grumbled  at the mandate,  but at last  the mammy dhl  As she was bid, .  And a  blufl and busy doctor,  very shaggy,  very  curt.  Came  and   keenly   mad.  a   survey  of that   atom  masked in dirt;  Spent  exactly  thirty  seconds In  ��  atudy of  the  case,  Then  he shouted  to   the  mammy:   "Take  a  rag  and wash his face i ,  Youngster's wild for want of sleep, ma'am; that's  the reason why he cries,  But his mugr's so thun'drin dirty that he cannot  '���     shut his eyes!"  Simple   thing 1   is And   yet   the   doctor   won   the  neighbors''grateful praise;  Youngster   dropped   asleep  at  once,' sir,   and   he  slumbered three whole days.  ���Lewi8ton Journal.  The Original Hail Insurance Co.  a  Miuuigecl  by tho Jb'ai-mers theuist'Ives.  During the nine years of its existence this Company has paid about ONE HUJf-  IlltKD AM) TWUMT THOUSAND DOLLAR.) for lossc-s sustained by farmers  hy hail storms. The assessments have ranged frum 12 J- cents to 25 cents per acre,  which is the maximum that can,l)e charged. Tho average amount paid for losses  has been So.50 per-acre for total loss, and at- tho same rate for partial losses.  BOARD   OF   DIRECTORS   FOR    1900:  T. L. MORTON, Farmer, Gladstone.  JOHN  RENTON, Farmer, Deloraine.  C.J. THOMSON. Farmer, Virden.  F. SCHULTZ, Farmer, Baldur.  J. MOLLAND, Farmer, Glendale.  H. B. BROWN, Farmer, Morden.  KOBEKT   STRANG, Bfautifriuy: Director, AViuuipeg  Local Age'xts.at All Principal Points in the Province.  Treats  You  MIsrJitr  Well.  Talkln   'bout  de good  times  en  bad, times' fer a  spell, '    ������    .      .  But tck de times de worl' eroun", dey'treats you  mighty well!  SIngin or sighin���only dister tell:  Tek  de  times  de   worl'   erouu',   dey  treats  you  mighty welll  Talkln 'bout de bad limes, dey ��oon'll say farewell; ;  A  You des can't lose on cotton et you ain't got  none ter sell I.  Ef de cyclone blow yourbouae down, dar's timber  ln de dell; ,  Tek de times de worl' croun", dey treats you  mighty welll  Talkln 'bout de bad times, I wants it understood  You'd be so close ter heaven ef all de times wxi_  good d  Dey'd be no fun in goin dart    So cheer up fer a  spell,  Ver, tek de timet de worl' eroun", dey treat* you  mighty well 1,  ���Atlanta ConJUtution.  Retail at  They are as good as any one wants  for a business suit arid better than  you can get to order for $20.00.  Sold only by the best dealers, and  guaranteed in every particular.  Not made to order, but made to fit.  Ws  ' A  '��� i'i  -  *'  ":Ai\  ���*M  H  .;. t  '. -81  *i ��� ��� ;-,, I  ��� I.-." .-  A -I  !aJ  .a-^iiife^^ 1*  ���*���"   .  . ' I ,' 1  __-. lL_-_t>..  In  Ac  a  ro-  di.  If.  ot  w  re  g��  P*  ui  PI  r:  r"  L  f  I*'  t  I  *i.  ������>.-  '.' i a-'1*  ,'1 >  \     I  f  , ; v'a  ��� _��� < ,  if-   .  ?' ? *��� ���  ", %  ���"! ! r  S����i*-*  Ifls Double Gam*  Muni:i iu fniug   to   run  hate and tl.e h'-sit   --ilh    tl  in regard to   tho   Crow's  I lore   i_   nn   ilkifcl ration  Province.'  "In at lo.'tf'. one  of   his*   speeches���j  that dcli-cre.' at  Now  Westminster��� J  he   piomised    that   his    government'  would take  udvanlage  of  the  saving -  clause in the crown g/.mt andendevor   GENTLEMEN-  ���to recover the lands from tho company I ,-.^i.~ ���'       *   r  by a suit at law.    Finding (his policy I   - q many elGCt��rS in lhis ridiu- X offer n]>'SeIf ��8 a  can-'  nnpopular iu tho district "immediately |dldat8 l�� rOpr0,}ent the riding  in   the  next  Provincial   Legislature   and   if  affected, Mr. Merlin has   now   caused ^^ will do all in my power'lo further the befit interests of tho  Province as  __   ....      a    T_,1..-.T._     .-.,-. ,1   .^f   Jl..'..   _���_. . - -  Wholesale ran4  Betaii J8atww,w  ,1"'  eome of his henchmen at Fernie to tell  Hie people   there   that   he   does   not  ��� *���'.' i hj irkc the  course  thus   promised bal r.'ili :Aiov-: tie matter   to rest  ' where it is."        * . -  'i  '  1  r A  :7a *  il'ch'  "���jM  v!��A  I'/-1'.  r��l  ,1. .  .iy.iJr*- *  ���'it .,  Tho x-Tint shop Totro.     " jmation, irrespective of  Federal  party  They use print-shop towels ' for Iines' of a strong, capable Provincial  building purposes now/ and tbev stand Governn3ent whiqh will regain the  any and all tests. One has been in jconfi(Ifince of the public and give en-  .iso as a tombstone in Texas for 3G \ conra^enient io the investment of  years, a'nd is 5n just as good condition  now as tbe day it was  hauled   away  from the office and placed at tho grave.  They present mourning, for generally  thoy are of blackest hue, but in one or  a whole, and of this riding in particular.  : The platform upon- which I am seeking your suffrage is. as .follows :  1/1 am opposed to   to  the  present!    7., Amendments to the  Liquor  Lie-  government and in  favor of  the  for- j ence Act, simplifying the' working -of  .     WILDEY L0D3E NO. 4-1,  Meets every Monday evening in   their  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention! 'l?"  ���  YicUixi* f^A' Scjourniog  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  E. S. POLLARD, F. I. MOOkE,  the Act and regulating the number of  licenses.  8."Increased County Court   facilties  in this district.  '.    r.  i'.'i  i* ���;-��� i  ' Hi*.;-'  ��� v,..r ,-  'n * 'i , -  :;-.. ���' )  l'4 -  ,*-.'  le f   .    .*'  ..1        ,( >  ! ,    - ,' 1. IC I . .  ���I''"if." ''  Jr  -    *"-  ''" iir ���"  ' f r��'-W-J $������"  .aa'-^lHMvw'  . ���_!_ - ,   i'L,j .A  ^ . - il       ." (r t 'J**' '-  ,     '   ,' ft.' ).,'.'., .'i-.li'  .   A'i.,M'��i.?r**.' ,  ���,1'#f.     '  i . t     i, li��  ��   !J >''���  .-4'   '���  two instances they   have���on   microscopic   f.xaminnlion���been   found   to  contain streaks of white.   But this is  very rare.   A mau in Oregon dug one  up, Eome years ago, a,nil reported lie  had found r. black marble quarry, but  tbe editor of a newspaper rccogni-sod  it is a towel in use 4.0 yerrs ago in tho  office where   ho, \y.is   devil;   Thus  a  good romance for the yollov/ journals |  was knocked in the head.        '  "  /capital and at tbe same time safeguard  the interests of labor.  2. The liberal expenditure of money  throughout the province"on" roads,  bridgep, trails and other works necessary for its proper development.    ,  3. Restrictive   legislation   to    keep .  . .       .  out undesirable  alien   labor .and, the ��� "tie-S ��f public business  N. G.  Sec'y  3E3-<3-0"��S_IS3  9. A Ecdistribution   Bill  giving in-1 Por bu(fit>    The ,        ���  creasoa.ropresentation lo districts that Ar,    JT, b  j are rapidly  increasing in  population.1   " Ji-ast Kootenay.  10. No interference with the location of present Government buildings  until the district is, further developed  and'a change warranted by the   nc-ces-  CliANBROOK, If. C.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evoning. Sojourning members are  cordially'invited to attend,  D.J. Elmer," '   W.R, Hocking,  1' P��8. , Cor. Sec'y  ^HOPS ,/ji  Cranbrook Moyie Ward*  #_l#���-*^"*-S."fc�����6  advocaey     of _ every    constitutional  means,to effect this purpose.  4. Government  aid ,tq  railways  in  II. Necessary' steps to be taken to  put the labor Conciliation 'and Arbitration Act ii) force   in  event of Vis-  ��� - .    . i '���         ..........      ,w���     .y^j      l.nnvttVt}       iq  ���    T     --.--<V       �����      wiiuu  the Province where needed for devel- }P.^es.between capital and labor  nnmonfr i+iMmr^ort?'      ������ - "     TO  '    *rr*��-�� " _��_r_   _��� ��  $. ;s, wnrrooMB  ���EKni_n__&aa  op meat purposes  5. Amendments to the Mineral Act.  6. While supporting f.i,5 Eighfc-  | hour law, I would favor i\ny modffica-  j tions or amendments that would  have  a tendenoy to lessen  the friction  be-  .if,  n  . -* i"  V' i '  A A,  V-i'1' ��i  fi;.  if? '(.'ffsUi;  .! AM. At ill    "Si.t  | tl 111'!A  1 r.i  Feruie, April 16, 1900.  ���t   t      i ('  :.& '.* i*  ! ' Ji  ..r.>4  A^"A}j!;!  y- f  ���vf  .'I  *�� '!,,.. r:  i^ .'.i  >* r.'.i'A  ,<'* 'v;   '  ii  ;i/  Z*r  !  Eyo?y Town Has tliom.  It was ever thualy.   From  Womp-j Iween capital and labor without   in?  i5leton to ^'Vimppleton; and  Ptinpkin-i pairing the principle involved,  villn to Squasblovvn, hiistory has failed  lo record the name of a town that has  not been pestered in    the  saino  way.  ���There are always a few  men of  some  i i  ability and good  clothes   who   apparently believe the town  owes   them   a  Jiving, because they grace it with their  presence.   ��� While  the  thrifty,    ener-  . ,getic citizens are plodding along, bringing money and business into the couu-  ,-try, these nogoodies-drcssgoodies   take  ��t upon themselves to dictate what the  (towu should do and be, how its citizens  12. ��� Eyery'constitutional m'eana to  bo pmpipye"d Iq .prevent the employ-  Piei)), pi Mongolian labor ou pjjbsicjizod  worifg in the .province,  It fo   my.  intention   to   meet  the.  electors of the   district', prior  to  the)  day of election and more fully explain  my views.  House    painter,    -pralnqr,  Easier   and   paporhanger.  All  work on  perfect  sur-  ' face guranleed.   Prices ac-  ' pordii-g    to ' quality   tn'fl  stock rfriujrpc] ' ��� '  Moyie Board c of Trade.  Meets,in the Moyio school  house on*the "first Monday    r"  evening'of'each month at  8 o'clock sharp. ., ���  ''        '   *     --''A'5"  J. 0. Drewrv, Pro*..  jF. J*. Fartjkll, ' " ' _      '      A. T.'QLARk,  ' .Vice-Pres. '" Sec'y;  MEPCJIANT TAILOE  CRANBROOK.  Ll-  Moyie, B�� p,  -Mmwrmiajniin .r rowan  WILLIAM FERNIE.  A.h  ,' ,1;. H tf?  ���    ��� n  *      I1*!  I'j'f... !  <*.'Ti  hi��� *  *  (Should' vote ,and   think,   and    what  ,-hould be the hours  of  labor  for   the  -laboring pa an ���Exchange.  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  -_���  .  By Sending Vour Work'To tho .  UNION aUNDft  -        PHILIP CONRAD, Prop.  PRICES  REASON*ABU  GOOD WORK.  I  B, OOSTiaAF, -a, .0.  Repairing Neatly and Pronipih- ^  '  eculetj:" Special Attention Givf  to Mail O'rdora.'  Suits   Mq,&Q   xo order.  k^_Sv'_--\��__.,*.,,  onoBi 'Jj_n_i_ oiCommerco Hldg,  ORANBROOK,  B.C.  LEWIS THOMSON,  -   '   Notarv Puuuc, Accou>;-  ', -TAXT,     CpM.MISSIOX.'jAN D  Insuraxce Agent.   '    ,'  Moyie, b, 0.  CAN  SUPPLY  YOU   WITH '  . -1 i  hA  *i  r  A *I��t r��tininls.  Life runs along in Sandon as gay,  ror gayer than ei*er. In fche tented  ���town cun Oeheai ' the roll of the roulette wheel, v,*hil( nearly every one  pets a chip or twg , on   the   reductive  1 .blackjack. Ti:ere ifl scarcely a v__c;inf  tfh.iir in tiie booster f,n...Iy. and no  ^ust un tht. tinhorn's holdout. The  ,3ciir1_Jt eittei-o, abous twelve in ljiimhei.  irin   the   high   f.intifctic   toe    almost,  .i-loons.  -'a1 be  Stoves, Tinware, Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding-, Carpets, Curtains; Etc., at lower prices  than can be had by jspndxnp. to eastern cities.  V/i._TE for Quotations. Mail Ordkm Promptly attended to.  .OHAS. P.  CAMPBELL,  Undertaking and embalming  a specialty. Graduate of the  champicD collegu of tho  Un-jtod States. I a in preparr  ing to do' all, in. this lino, of  business. Successor to Maggs  ' .&. Hughes:' Telegraph and  mail orders properly attended  to.    Main office  W. F. GURD,  BAltltlSXISJ., SOr.ICITOI., ETC.  *" "f  _   ' ._  CRANBROOK, <.    "B> 0  THE .POST "OFFICE  piiVQ ASD  STATIONERY fclOBE,    '  Patent medicines, toilet'  articles, office stationery  and school supplies   Lexdiso Lidra'ry : Tf you want a hc.'_ filfl  aak for it and it will bo procured ;.��� Wm  you without'delay.   d   ,   ���   '       "  IT PAyS -TO JDKAi. .vjtd |S  HOPE &  BEATTXE,   fc  Clieml..ts and Drnp^iM..  ...  '     '���  '   ��� ijovij., b, e  "  tmSm  ?ffl._.SHS  j>jr,i_-i___tS_**iftf  AT G.'if. "MINER'S  ��cYittie % Hutchison,  'i ��� %l��  l i-i-*-i:  !  ���j* -  ft  'l  I   l   tv.j     ,    ,'  .if- y<*'t  ���ArJ.A^:  vpj;1 rt'A  .'���:i-t .A  '' . i -t., s .  I.s    i.-Tl>  ni^h.ly iu some u�� the -al  isamoti" American daucc hull, and the  devil*has a constant, picnic amidst the  ruins of the gulch city. The fire created a great thir&t, one saloon man  selling nearly.*}.],.500 worth of buozerine  in less than a week after the blaze .?as  over. Verily, Sandon do be a bird.���  New Denver Ledue.  MANAGER. GILPIN'S BIG   GENERAL   STORE,   CRANBROOK,   B.   Cd  A ��� . '.'  , AA ii'  A-'r   'A-  li'-iA.^'  -. .,'/,.;; .  I w' ^tK ,\  t  '   , '*. j..  v,.  . -J;.. v.  t'';*������_ *,?���-*'  For Rent���-An eight room house,  .euitablu for dwelling or boarding  house. Applv to S. L. Goldberg or  Lewis Thoi-nson, AIoj ie.  ,.t;"  ���. i  IK.  IViTariiii on trie 3:iyiit-_fJour Law.  ���r When the eight-hour lav: was passed  by tbe Semliu government there was  ^ome hesitation with respect to itu  en-  STAH; CUSTOMER'S   JOKES.  ATooTrasttal Caohiey Nearly WrecJc*.  a   irJestfturant.  One of tlie .--ttraatiaua of a certain  Chestnut street, oafc *_. u beautiful  Auifora cat, .vhich is gonomlly very  n-nlcl-ma7.mM.od and lailvlike, say> the  Philadelphia Be-eord. The cai 'pas.^  most ot her time t.itt.ing upon the ea.-*��h-  lei-'s desl.. Sh.a was pcaing' there one  day recently when the star customer  -went up to the dcsdli to pay for his noonday meal.  "Did you eve..- sickle a cat's nop,-- %vith  a toothpick?" the pa.non asked of the  c&t-lner. "It has en awfully funny effect on the animal. Makcts it sleepy "  He Lad a toothpicfc iy,' his lumd, and,  oftermg it xo tbe cashier, said: "Take  this and tickle Lhe cc t there with it."  The cashier took the little splinter of  wood and passed th..- end of it over the  noss of the drowsy Apgora. Tho next  mutant ���- puss    emitted ' a   Koream   of  Cranbrook,  KAnjf ��        S��J r  C\ f.' ���  >'i;f-  , i-,..  '���syif.';-  "iv:  VI-..V  ,      , . i **���"'=���-���'���-*��� ��J "ii^froi giassca and hot th-s  irgc upon the deputation what did Mr .j awl finally diea&p___Lr��. dixoughnnopen  Martin sa^ ?   He told them he did   not   trs'P "lto, t-'1iS cellar, where for five min-  belicvo in the eight-hour law, and that   T,t*-.blie *erae<- to be having a, fit. The  he never did lidieve m it nnd   that    a J^?,S "���"*  ].,alUt\ wiUl   f"flir*     JI��  ��� couldn t imagine  -Wjat hud   happ.-*nwl  and the .vtar customer Jiadsuddcnlv dia-  appenrt-d. After awliile Uie fviBliier examined the toothpick and found that  the end which had tickled the cat's nos  ��� fur as lie, waa   concerned,   he Would  never enforce it.  The accuracy of  this   statement   is  , Ralph    Smith,    .Matthew*.,. ��� -d-Wjlliam |. baaco sauce.  Wpodman   and   James   Haw thorn th-  waite.���Eossland Record. ���  fad or passing fancy, it asserts that it  leads to a proper respect for one's ancestors, creates a desire to emulate their  work for^hc. good of one's familv and  country, revives an interest in American  history a-nd promotes patriotism, good  c-it.u.etieh.ip and love of country. It concludes, therefore that the movement is  one to be commended, and that every  person should compile and preserve  a family record, which may be of greatest value to fnrture generations, jf not  to themselves. ' 'a    ��� i c  niiiis Made p? Oiamonds.  ���   a ring recently exhibited at'An twerp  was the admiration oi diamond cutters  and merchants, because it was the first  successful attempt to cut a ring out of  a -.ingle stone.   There are a great many  dif.lculti.--_  in  this method of cutting  diamonds, as the stones have a certain  clc-a.age  and  particular  veins,  all of  which have to be carefully studied in  order to prevent splitting just as success seems within reach.   After several  yonr*.' labor the feat has been acoom-  pliidiod by the patience and skill of M.  Antoine,  one of the best-known lapidaries of Antwerp.   The ring is about  six-eighths of an inch in diameter.    In  thf.  Marlborough cabinet there    is    a  ring cut out of one entire .and perfect  sapphire.  Fire and Life r...surance. Miri.  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  ���Conveyancers,  and Notaries  Public,  1/cavG Orde--- h._2 i<*t_c_ex'  CEYLON"  TEA.  Flavour ia Delicious. Absolutely Pure,  CAS- KI3 HAIJ FttO-VJ-  '       ���   i  Keid? ^Campbell & Co.,|  MOYIE,-B. C.     '  o  Yo��  will {ind a full stock o/  i  General     Hardware  A��P nWKTlAL fiUPPUE-'.  Jmt  recoi'v-ed a carload of Windo*v_  '   .and  Doors,   -TJjo .doors J��re  cedar and best grade.  A Call Solicited.  VINBHOV iK CONNECTION.  Moyie, B. 0.  .��_  is  AggATlJM  PACIFIC  BAIL WAY  A.ND    SOO    LINK.  The daily service between  Atlantic    and    Pacific.  " 'By   the  KELSON,  B. C  ���O  ���Mm  ���������x%  vifS  -iii  ' ' ..GlorloV.s News.      ' ''������     '  Gomes froin An:   1).   B. -Cargilb,  of  'Washita,;!,.-T.    He   Writes,':'"Electric  Bitters has cured Mrs, Brewer of scrofula, which bad caused her great suffering fory ears. Terrible Bores'!' would  brealc quid oil, her head and face, and  the'besL doctors could give . no help;  but now her heaUhiaexcellent." Electric Bitters is the best blood purefier  known. It's the supromo' remedy for  ecz,;irV;i, tetter, B'a]t rheum, ulcers, boils  aud running' ,n,e:i_. n stimulatea  liver. k?d.neya and bowel_,.ef.;pois pois-  oisb, helps   digestion,'  builds    un    the  STUDY OF GENEALOGY.  Intes-eat   in  Family   nintory  na&  Jtn  '- C-ntiHo a��rl JCffect.  The l-ecent growth and increase of  societies in which legibility tomembc-r-  ahip depends upon the deeds of ancestors ^ rather than upon any peruirud  q-tialifieatloiis of nv-mber.s has resulted  in a great revival of the studv of gene-  aJogy in! thi.. country.' ��� There are the  Sons and Daughters of the I.evolution,  the-:Society of Colonial Wars,.Society of  the -War of 1312, Colonial Dames,- Society of Mayflowcc' Descendants, Holland  ���society and others, organized and or-  feauizing.- To beebxue a ine-libL-r of any  of'these a record of the family history is  required. j  Thu X(;w'Yo:k Mri.il' and... Erpjv*.  which is- jnainf-iJ.isr;.rife- ����� weekly dep*.rt-  AmertcariB I.aacc tVoli,  AinericAns are the bc.-it dancers in the  world, rays Carl .Varwig. The Russians  come second and the Spaniards third.  The French and Germans do not count,  When Americans dance abroad everyone else ..tops dancing to watch them.  A loader of cotillions,, Xr. Marwig he:  lieves,  is  born, not made.   lie    must  have a certain mental cleverness and  quickness.    His figures must    be   developed as the dance progresses.    They  must be simple, as well as attractive,  and the man who is not a born cotillion  leader will not,make the dance a success. '���   ���    . ��� ' ' .���   - ���������'.-���  LIMITED  $ Steele mercantile  i*  COMPANY, (umitku.)  ^rft-ig(l).    Only jO.Ag.    Hold bv  Ul-ie, Dmggis't's.' 'Guranteed.  Hope  m-:-:it'. (.hi.vc.k'd %r,uut  orde and . replied'tho..r��f  :aiiii)y h.c-  elairnvi  -i'lu;  ~~ XTor the Parloi Toble.     ���  . A (pretty; mat.for a polished'table is  of chamois,,ami is'r.-xmt 18 inches in  diameter. About the edge there are  painted pansies in then* natural size  and coloring,, more of the purple and  maroon shades being u..<--7 \ha_i of other  colors. The flowers re. il.n.t. outlined  with a pencil, so timt t'ueir edges form  the ou Uino of the circular mat.  .     Rucli a  movement is'-^ucb m'-i+Ww'hZoiT i I?,P'b JS very prr;tty Wlhen ihe center ls l    - '  i-m.u t-Kin ,!'����ci,n  j kdt thii -natural color of1 he chamois, ^v.f. andjArhon,  or it may be dyed gray or a royal purple i-       T. p. a. Nelson,  or maroon.;.   V: -.A) ...AA    A, r painting '  To be inaugurated  JUNE   10th   PJROM   VANCOUVER.  JUNE,  Hth     PROM   MONTREAL  Will give quickest time between  OCEAN   AND    OCEAN  Across the  American     Continent,  .Daily   express  service  via.  A Crow's; Nest route   to  and;  ��� . ��� y   from ���'.',:  KOOTEKAY      COIJNTEY  ��� Improved service on all Koo-:    -'���  ��� tenay local rail   and   steamer,  lines.       Close      connections  throughout.    .Bo on. lookout   .'    j  for full details of new service j  and apply for   particulars . to         I  L. IW. Mansfieltl, Agent, Moyie.  M'o carry eompleto linen ut  Men's   Furnishings, Boots and  Blioes, Groceries  . and Liquors. . .  'JEWELRY'*  OlBclftl Watch Kopairer for  C. P. P  CllANIlROOK,   U.'C,  SOOTS    AND    SHOES  Pill  Jtepaired and .Made to Order. |A";"$1  R. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  tOi-  |-*-"V#*:  SEXT DOOH TO BI.AOKSMJT1I SHOT'. [ '-*}$��,  Uoil Orders Given IVornpt Attention.  (l-Piinbrook,   ���   Port Steele  E. J. C'UYI.E,  A. q. P.. A.,A'aucovcr  Christmas    is  coming.     Get  '  your pick!res  taken   to deond  home..   PREST,  the /photographer, will visit  Moyio on  each    Saturday,     Flash light  pictures taken at  tiie  Moyie  or at   your,, room   or  house.  Leave  your, ordors   at  once.  vjO tune to delay,   y- ���  ������, ��� A       -       * PIlotograpl10rs,  C-a.iibrook,     Moyie,     Fort Soolc. '  MINERAL   ACT    18VG.  (I-OKM  y.\)  CKktiFicatK  OK  JAMI'l.OVIJMI'NT.''.  >*oxrcjB.  Tlie Wenelck, Jiiiiicon* Tin tie dyllnr, Mi'1-'-  \ iow, lliiliimoie, Diulo Knietion, rif. .'<'!'"  fraction, .Genernl liullcr Fiactlon ftii'l Hi'H  to-Ifay ��� l.-riu.liofl Mineral Cliilrasi. .'skiir.'.o ;��.  Mio -Fort Steele Minlnp Div-Jsion oi*' J-M*1  Kooteimy,-District.    ',  Where located .-���On Hie' Kan sido of 3loylc  bake. ������..-., '..'������.������'��� '   ���  Take notice tliat, I,, jftm0s A.  irnrvey, ��S'0��'  /or the.St.   Eugono Oousolidalod .Miniii-T V'���}  pa.iy  bimited,. Kroe Mluer'-t   '.cerltficctcv NO-  "Bn#.3,'? iufend sixty day.s from tlie dnto l'ore.-(;  ! to iipply to lhe inning, kocordur for a Oerliii;  enlc of improvements for tbe purpose of "ht;i!��  in��. a Crown Grnnl of tlie above claim.  '. And riii-tlic-i- take notice  Hint, ���notion. "���*i',!l'''  .section ;_7, mn-if, lie eoiiu.iuiicciti before (��>'- ;"  ..suiiiicc of imch C'oi'ti.iciiiu. of Iinproveiiienl*.'.  .J, A. IIARVKy,  Dated tilts, V>ti\ day ofFebruary, A. D. 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