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The Moyie Leader Jun 20, 1903

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 Campaign Is Started  _    in Earnest  TOM GAYIN IN THE FIBLB  J. A- Harvey, Dr. King and  ' J". 0. Drewry are /'Mentioned as Possible  Candidates,  Although the provincial election in  all probability will not take place until some time in Repleihber or October  tbe political pot i.s already beginning  lo boil. Starting as it hue tiie campaign promises to he a lonr/Yhard  fought one', and the facL roi it being  conducted on part}' lines will make it  more interesting (ban any previous  election held in tho province.  The Cranbrook Conservatives are  the first to place themselves on record. They have organized an association and have brought oat Tom.Cavin,  a C. P. R. conductor, a& their choice.  James llyau',,of the  Cranbrook hotel,  Mrs.. Harper is reported to be improving.  P. J. McTtlahon waa o;er 10 Hevrd-  stoke this week.  Dr', Green was in town between  trains Wednesday. >  Mrs. Boper returned to her home in  Kimboyley Monday."  Mrs. F. J. McMahon and baby -a-ere  in Cranbrook Monday.  Mr. Broadfoot is expected home  from the coast tomorrow.  M. A. Beale has returned from his  vigil to the coast.  (��� John On�� has moved his family   to  the North Star mine at Kiniberloy,  V. F. Johnston traheaciod 'business  in Cranbrook tlie firdt of the week.     ���  R". Elliott, manager of the Moyie  Lumber-Co., was in, Cri-.nbrook Wednesday.  Tim Farrell has returned from the  hospital and in Eomewhat. improved in  health'.      ���  "VVm. Lawson is doing ' assessment  work on his claims on 'the "West side  of the hike.  It is reported that Premier McBride  will visit South East 'Kooienay in the  nearfuluie.  Mrs. Ilouth, wife of Const able Eouth}  Items of Interest Selected  HI BOH) THE WOULD  Asked. Bid.  Crow's Nest Coal y. .ftlOO.GQ $360.00  |News Selected from, Many  Sources and   Compiled  with Pen* Scissors  '", .and Paste1.  45  12.1  ���' U  u  ' 21"  14  13  3.50  75  10  3 50  3G  North Star   4  Sullivan   Cun. .Gold Fields.   ..  19  War Eagle   Payne. . .'   m  m  American Boy. .....  Alberts. Coal Cq   East C. N.'Coal..   . , /  St. Eutrone- Mountain  Can, Oil & Coal Ltd.  M  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  (Adopted at liewlhtok.0, September 13th, 1903.)  I."That this coiivcn;io�� ruaulnns the policy ot  tliepawj'iu niattei'.  of provincial   loads and  trails'; tho ownership find control   of railway?,  uud the  development of Uie agricultural re- '  sources of the  province ��s  laid  down  In. the  platforp adopts/i in October, ibO'J,  which is as   ,  follows.:     '" Y '    ,  ,"'i'o actively aid in the construction oi' trails  throughout the undeveloped portions and tho ���  building o'f provinciiil  trunk   roads   of public  'necessity. '  "To-adopt   the  principles    of   srovernriieiil  J; F.  Armstrong,  Tort  Steele,  has  o-.vnciship o'f nij'hvaysin ,-ofe.r as (ho ei.-cum-  beeil appointed   collector   Of' VOles   for   stances  of Tho  province  will  admit, and the  1    _.   , . ("adoption of the principle that no bonus should  tllS Cranbrook district. ' , ���     ���   px: granted to any rail waycomivmy which'Mow  nor pive the government of the province con-  -trol'of rates over lines houused, together with  the optiou'of purchase.  ' Gambling has absolutely  came  to a'  .-top in Spokane.  Tlie Provincial legislature v/as dissolved on the 16th.  A cloudburst has destroyed the.to.vn  of Heppner, Oregon, and 500 lives  were lost. - '  arrival hero from'  Farnie  Monday   to  join hej- hugband.  wat-- oiteied the position, but" dec/lined.      Tom llatier curae up from ^Spokane  Bui. Mr. Cavin lias not yt-j, been   aom-l last Saturday and weutou to   Llorris-  innted,   and   when   nor.iip.Mjnn    day j sey Mines the following day.  come? he will likely have several com-!     Chas. McNabb, oi   tbo  East   Koote-  uav Lumber Co., was in town  for sev-  na  CAMaMM   BANK-  Of5 .CWMiflfe  Paid Up Capital   $,8,?'00,O0O.   .  Deposits Received.    Present Kate of Interest 3 per cent.     -     ,  ���SmROOK BRANCH. '    ��� F. C.  'alls  msgESSBfc  petitors.    J. A. Harvey is being  urged  >y hid friends to muke   the' race. , 2Ir.  Harvey is a staunch Conservative nnd-j  it he enters t!m'contest he  will   rnalcpj  TJ��o Z.ca<l IJonus.  John L. Pi'etallack and Loui.3 Pratt,  who are representing the silver;lead  mine-owners ot Kootenay at Otlay/a,  ic it; reported, are yet unable to give  out any definite information as to  what the 'Dominion government will  do jn the way of aiding tbe silver-lead  industry. Minister-of-fin a rice Ifk-ld-  ���ing is close-mouthed and diplomatic;  but it is believed ho 13 attempting to  agree to a repeal of the bounty 'now  paid on' lead refined in Canada. If  they agree to that, a bonus of $15 a  .ton on lead will l.��. arranged for. It  ^1  eral days this week.  Mr. Lee of Cranbrook will again   oc-  , cupv the Presbyterian pulpit, here   to-  tiie effort of his hie to wm. Mr. Harvey ���        ', ^ ��n ���  ���  " . - .       i morrow evening al i :oU p, m.  would in r.ll probability get ��� a   cabinet' . .    .  positional elected.       '   ' '      j    P-T^ner and Stem iUnaen were^n | ^   ^   ^  pn,snmed   [hc  inine.owner8  The Liberals are saying little, but j Cranbrook Monday attending - the j wjll ge(;a perc'e,,,agc of the boIVjS di-  are'sawing wood just'tbVsarae. R. E. nieetinff of lh�� license^ commissioners. | rectj (h^, reEnn]Jnd?r going to tho smell-  Beaitie has   i.'eeri   prominently   meii-      Al the meeting of,the liquor license jera#     , \  tioned, bui has 'refused absolutely . to'! commissioners >"n Craubrook last Mon-1  stand as a oraididate. .Or. ICing is bo-'j day the application of Peter" Luther j  ing urged, hu't is still silent. The'! for a license ior Ihe Manho.tt&p. hotel^  doctor is a   Phr'orr'd   pc'litician  -ja   hie' was refused  f-i-.s- /;.  ^yr^v'*���*^^"*^^*' ^ 'peculiar, quiet way,'and ic is the �������-  id  CAPITAL, Uuthoriaocl).  CAPITAL,'(Paid Up).  ,?4.000,00.0  m  .Wk..''  ...r^'lff,  B^'-aioes  (jis-t.j.i.rj.i-/, >.-<">������   ~?t- . mi) iQr, of<n  IUvST �� ' "���iii'Wi**'*  8-1 i-AD OPFIOE, TORONTO,  ONTAE10,      ^ ,.  St 11 MFRIUTT Pres    D. B. WILKIB, VWe-'l'M aud   Gen.  M&n,  W: ii:^l^iXlA l,::.   ij ���,     W. MOFFAT, Chief inspector,  >.  s  % HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.    W. MOFFAT, Chief inspecto  m^Wf^ A ^nfjAm/   Bf5 A MrPf    A ccacrel banking bu.i-  ^^^B&*-\Y"ir;"J�� nEA^T^JiSNT���Tntereot. allowed v:i dopo^ils.  ^SJft)rirtiis.-.Uil.ivfljU>leinall   p^rts   of   Canada,   United   States  and  iipccial attention given lo collections.  V  A Protect. :  Editor Leader:   I notice Unit a  few  i cf'.jhe.Conssr.vativos of  Cranbrook,  al  :.in<"   .-rscently  hold!   endorsed  in   Ida   bonnet.    Ha   Vt'ouid   make  a  strong candidate.   J. C. I)re\vry may j unpointsd al the recent f.ocsipp of  t;ie  also '��e an aspirant   for   the position,.' jr^'nt jodge,  pi awry has a ecod headtind is a  kson\    ^y}ie), yon havo &uy assaying to be  '"','"������  , ���    -  i- .ia   ^-.eS'Uar   rscen.tiv  hold,   endorsed  F.J. Smyth has rocsiveo ,h,;a  com-'l ^  ' ���-��� Yi g-   --v.-\ Y  \ ,..  missioi:   as   district    ooputy    ^rant      . .   .    -���'"-'���   r' .-     ���    ���    '.    ''A'  -,-,-���   \  ��� '���,     -       , date to: the coming canipai"^,    \x.o\v,  master of the i. O. O. F., having bepn 'u -        ,    ���      ���      * ,     ,   . .  ���  trisaii   c>,'  Oavb,  I r,ji5il most  e.lrt��nijchsly coridsmn and &en&tvfl {lis  Luro'.u.  aout  An Asjpfi-av��l!Rir Coach Guveii.  A coctomei- of our* v:hr> had bec-.i  dufl'-jring from r. severs cough for six  mouths; bought two botiYs of   Cl.am-  i-.ud  half  "F. H, MARSH, ivlanagei  .f. Ibu-rlain's Cough hYir.oYv U'oiii  >. I was entirely cured by one  and  n i builUa of  it.    It gives   perfeot eatio-  i ���    A'        ,    .v/tf       _-a.,^tva  faiioa \vi��hour(nule.���IEni-ncaParkcr  '^T*&.MS^s^*e**^*.*>&^^^ .f.fV,   T.in,v;Un. Ala.    For sale hv 'ah  , txvxixrxxTKzzvXKjjn sk.  '5��8#mf  Ml  PAi&M  LOTTO SELL,  <\ IIOUSJO TO RENT,  Aw b  biOC!.' "-0  -SELL,  mMW^  Or if vou viah to invest  :n ar,.y A thcoo cons  u\t  uric'  4,i  feGHiLLlir  �� Co., Liueville, Ala.    For sale by   al-'  Pruggists.  maans?   in wliioH   bo v/aa 'ssiscificl.  1 it  R  he  e  utire i'.istrict?  Yor  did   the-te  peoi.de  Roadmaster O. W.   Croasman   is   to j p-uise to  investigate  and ascertain   as  hi'    transferred   from   this division   to; i0 ;vluither or not  tho   people  ouloide  ponttear. . dona D0��dit to A. I, ^kjUo^Aokot,, bfl lhs'choice cj tb  Bat   Ihonoit  i6w   woe^   ,0.   ��:o  jr.Mcffillop's work i�� ��l wave roliabie, who ^^   hiMj but is h  ioubt bring wtBome new j^ranls.      Vld all plaoed m  his   bands   ryiil   ^.;h9 phoice 0"f the Conservativea ot  tl.  trivc.n'careful'-rtitontio:  tho ].eihbrJC!ije division. Tho pcoptf  alorig tho line naturally regret (o see  lum leave.  '������Jof  '!Ml  Cranbrook wars sati.^npd. 'i'Jus  method ~ of procedure, I maintain,  Dlaccs'Mr. Gavin  iu  an   awkward  po-  "To actively assist by st aie aid in the. (level-   -  opmeiit' cf the  agricultnrq.1  resources 01 tba  province.  2, That in the meantime and until ill'- railway policy above Set forth can he accomplished!,  a general railway act be passed, giving freedom  to coustruct railways under,, certain nppiovcVl '  regulaiioas, iiiialogos to the .system that,has ic-  suitodin such <;xten.sive railway construction "  in the United Slates, with so much advantage t"  trade and commerce.      .>  3 That to encourage the mining industry,' tiit' -"-'  tastition 01 metalliferous  mjnes ��houid be or.  the bas-.s of a. percentage on the net profits.  ���i That the govei-nnieut ownership of telephone systems should be brought about as a  first step iu the acquisition 01" public utilities.  That a portion oi every coal area hereafter tfj  be disposed of should be reserved from sale ot    ,  lease, <=o that state owu'ed mines maybe easily   "  accessible, if their operation becomes necessary  or advisable.  fl That iu tbe pulp laud leases . provision  should be made for reforesting and that steps  should be taken for tho general preservation ol  foreufs by guarding against the wasteful del-  ti-uction of timber.  7 That tho legislature and so'vernment of tho  province should porseverc'Jn the effort to secure  ttX^'qIt.5'ar-,Q' A^iftic'labor.  '.�� p^Actiii'3n;3,t,t;e:.'c\''''b9tter tcicns in .the waj*  qf^ufeld.yi'^'i'r.r'prbririktlous for the prbvinop >  shopld bbyigorou^iy pressed upon tlie Dpmiu-  iou <sOve::nmcnt.  3 Th?.t tho suvar-ieac] industries .of tko prov-  lHce bo iostorod cud etiooiiraecd by tho ImpOKf  tloa cf incroawd customs duties on laad tfid"  iea.'i profiucts haported into Cunadai and that  the Conservative members of the Dominion  House be urged to support auy motion introduced'for such a purpose.  10 That as industrial disputes aimost invariably result in greatlofs and injury botli to the  parlies directly coucerued and to the public,  legislation should be passed to provide means  lorauemictiblc adjustment of such disputes  hetuoen employers ainl einidoyoep.  11 T.'iac i: i:= advisable io fo.-:cer tbe iiiauufau-  fure 0; tbe raw proflii.jts of the jjroWnrc within  tlie provinco as far as practicable by means of  ta.vaiioji on Ibf said  raw p.-ocir.ci.S  subject to  ir     ,    r*   -.ir,, -i,.-ii    lpf|    Yr    AHpiwii  ' sii ion      Ilowevtr. I do not  blame   Air.   rebate of the semu in whulo or part when man-  on Wednesday to take  charge  of  tho \ C.viii, bu, i do blame the people <v!,o | ^-- -f-^-^-^   Conservative Conventions.  \rethodi=t    church     At    thi't    pluce  resorted lo   thi.5   nvmner   in   onr.qi:ig|  -M 11 iii."Jt��u��,'i)f the execmno of the l'rovin-  einl Ooiif-orvative Association, held at Vancon-  -' ��� ���.:.-, the pw'inco v a a divided into five divisions  ���_��� .fO< ���  ASSAXjRitSo  -^�����>���  IrARRELL & SMYTH.  TP  . brook lodge siud 'Simpsow    tho   r.Ioyi.^     The qunlilicfiUon c. a yoU-r   tiro   be-  '"   " >{r. .Simpson \vn9 elected   tres- ' inrjr  a :unh?    British   subject   over  "21  I >:KLSOK,  l-mumktttartness KTCtsL-mr^ncJ-"*  I^Ryou want anything-;,-stylish and noao 30 *  U,^04m^&Js&J&*sa      *��zt*&J       Ms?  *r>-  ^���y-T^'A!SSS" ������-��-�������.  B. O.  o:  f^r'TU ^Yt^i 1 <?Ai fv"^  Ion go  twf.-r ol" the  o*"  ire-, lot l.ieiiibor!-of Ihe lur^i^l.iMvo us.iembly  !>���- i.iKt'.j U'> ')f di'lojinlos chosen aw follows:  (a) in e'iv electoial districts, one delegate for  cvoiv lifiv un.l friiL-tiou of lifty voles polled at  t!-i> j'lio-.'inoiiil election livid in l.'OJ,  and  If the  "J'  #*yvt  1'jj.il^, i^��  lo^Ige lor the comuu; j ,0J,ts   .. .,.L) ,,,.,,,;.!,..lL   -ri    ;i,e   ,>;r>v.  " .        . ,, ,.        i-   1  ;   .    r  ..icuvN 'lnided   into   ua-ii?, ihe 'ironortiou yC                              jitci' ti'l  Six P.lulilliS, ni  l"V  UISI.1I01,   lul j ^,,1^^., [,,�� ewMi nard -hall  be  based  on  Iho  a ^"a. r,^iv,. ono month ��..d hoinj; able to read   the j ^fc*1*1 ,u "'c!l w,u'1 ,lt l"�� u*' ,nuu,c-1"  I'iio boom of r.0,000   \o^   ovlonging -u'L ii so required by the collector.           j ,__ ���;;.!;,  to the ii.iit,   Kootontty   jAimlK-r   oem- .Ippii-ci'.-mJ'  j..wiy v.-iiri safely hindc-tl s.L tho   foot   >������  oil.ei ei-jctii'-i'.l  ���li-trit.i-',   >n*-- delt'srin.-  ../ .'ii'l j .ji ji'ietion of lift.' ��( te> pollud Al  !-t ho lirder O'tlh    or > Uu- I'lovr.u'ial rlevtion held 111   h'OO,   the   dele-  ' j L-.tu-. in lie i.pp >i foiled to polling   places, oi  as  siifirmaiion   ftmi inuv bo signed   botoro j i-cai tben-iou.- will be fpu to thu voters of the  ' " li'.'.'eniuc iifighburhoiHis.  tilt, olcetu.u 01 ilelogTles ,-hall bo at public  or   olhf'i-   oili-  ."irei  Ladies and Gents iu-Yiuiiiwit,.  ifcwmnfWiwiiwT'vwaj  iMBrTJilrwr**" **���^7'  s  j*i>ESAUtiSimt;r.3?os,   it<.i��s.  Lurgo sample room in ^connection  with liousc for commercial men.�� Jiost  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Oommonoial and Mining Men.  _ MOYIK,   I1- C.  The latest thing in  Boots a^id ��!io&  Hats and Caps,  Slassware,  -i 3 IT* J.  Groceries, cic.  iiK'eium.-.. held at a designated central place in  *9  Xoyic hike Ihij -.veek.    The   drive wns '^constable, porftmasler  in .;hiugo of Vvrm. Uiggine. ono t f  tho'cial-  nit.-st   -A-p^ripnertl   timb:r   ru'r     ,uid  mor ih-i'/era in (.'.-in.'.dn.  In h.Yd nt tbe foot 01    th  tiie d.tm :tt  tho Meadow  crook   is   ro-   ���������<��� -   ..-.---��� - ' | ,.-,. ./.^(jp^VA^iVd^iJicwiEoV'aro to bo elVut-  ���crtilint'd.     A vn.or ii ,11.11.'-    \��il��   ''1'Y Ld. ami iiomiiiatirmeoineniious  .-hull  b-.'heM  ''sU,l!LvV- ' iImv,.')"   ��lnch   di'leL'itei,   arc-   ulccied.   and  ...       .��� ,���.:,-,��� ,,,njf    nivi>    tlm    lull   elect Yul di-'..i K'ts. it the   city   is  divided  into  i no nppncflc:o<i mutt  gitu   tut   iuu _ wiii>   ,, sllC!,   iMlbli(.  mti{.tiu^  0T,iy t  .���i> fHiO   initial   liro   110:   suflioicnt) ! wt.-M-lt'dtre themselves   to vote for   tuo enndi-  ..u v'1"'   " _ ^ , ilate or cundiiliites selected  at  Ino  nomiuatins,'  !    the   ro^idonci*, SO 1 coinetiiion hbiill boeutiileu lo a \oto  for deie-  i.u'h poiU'iLr ilivisioii, 01 in eavn   ward  m eilj  ���   ���   ���-' ���    ������- U.    ....   ..  u   meccinr"^   only  tbo.-o  ,.\   .     *   ...-..". ,    ,,.,.     c.,, HI j.lrtw (> '  ..-���(.���, ..Ir.jl.r., f.h (.Tiisi-l vi��s  iiiitnu (  i iho   until   tin; occupation :-n  .1-   ;s   r,,_   tiint ii I--*  whereabouts   m.iy   be  easily ( K'-Y,-u.0 U0L,|;=;- notice siwiii.ogiveu oi;the pub  .,,,,.-,(      Tf -��ill hr- tvn   n-    tii^ee   f'-is s   atocrtaineu.    i\ vutl i ;- ,- ���-   will  ^   p.Ulolf.      Jt   .. 11!  ")'-.  '. ��>n     ���'���      1.1-ti.     ...'... ^ ( f] ,r.M.���.    . I,,.   ...:v,.l. .-in.sii    i:!'.trlul-    -.veiny-    l-.liiT  til-  bufoi-o tlie drive   down   the   river  will   pear on toe voa-i-;   ,.s��  1        1 *...: 1'..     l/ihii     ,  d.  ;-Miiitb, John A., Movk-  t^tioen  iivomi-1,  MaciSaciiei'i  i\1  QUEEN  AVJ8SUM, ��� ��� r^^,-^  a  ii  nortli   sido  begin. '__...  I'oljlji-i:!   -ticotin^.  'J'herc was a meeting of the Libui./l-  Cons^rvatives held in the hall this  mottling, nt which it was deckled to  hold 11 meeting in tho Odd Fellows'  liall on Tuesd.iy, June 2-'{. ut S tfO p.  in.    All tho.se interesU'-d mv n.qui'.-t<'d  to attend the coming moeting^oi-   the . Jot,'k mul to s'.v.i thi'J wldeh wad  los  purpese of organizing   a   Libornl-CJon-  rv.Uive sistoci.ition   in   view   of   the  borv.u  IT!  iiihei ..Kcinial dYlii.;ts <-cvon  dnys/ifter.   All  .iDii'in.iiii'iis   thuMiithonl   the   piovin'e to  br  ���tvoeil    Victoria mid ' m-iiU. ui   .1   d.jMynateil   central   place m each  eli-cu'rul lii-iritt, and on Mie same day.  'l'L'-;:tOCk.  C:ipil;lli<2t '    ('i Ml notice of ihe dan. of public incline  jjo careful in m.tkaig >'���.-.u-   npp.:ea-   \C1Uo-Y, the nK.o.immnt ot deionnK^, i-nd  , -h>< pl'ic.' 11 ud date of  nomiimtiu1,' oonvcntunn  lion. _ , in thu sc-er.-il tlecl-oial   -dwor-il  eieclO'-ul d'��-  _._           - ��� tii.'i-��Hnll be nrepaied iiy il-.-.'  member  o;  ���h<\  ^;hnr.'li SorvK-M-i. ������-. cu'r'e of ;'"' (M\isio:i in whic'i thocler-(tirii.  , o, ��� ."li-'ncl- iu--i'unr.', tmd is-und ovi'i-  Ihe njiivj--  ytKi kiuhsv���Sunday   Mmool    Si,   .��   0r t|,.. n-.^sUti.-.n mui-.efveunx "f tho I'l-ovipf.a-  iVcachinp   nt     TY.O    o'cltKdcY (���.������,-,.n.i;.vi^\^.. ui'.uh>  l'llO .-Yvil 1)1'   Ma'l    is    COtnc    to        v sll, ,-���} ,\�� c[ ;',u- t-iovinoi-il i'\.'nr'i'-' V. ill Iv  <Y 1 In-'M >��1 Vnn.''-'ii\er   nn'iiu   a   nioiilh,   and   11.0  ��� ilut"  'in-   hi'Miii!-' iii-.n-'ct   iiuimimt������ iijj cum-i'ii  Luke IS) -.1��. tioi.^vi'.rthon w- :iwi,     .iohn ifofsrox,  .n     ��� , ���. ,!������,.,��� I OicNidLMit of the l'lov-mciiil  ,\.ll aiO WelOOIiU. ; (.'onsoi-valiM; AssociiUion.  p. m.  Toxt:  eotnioe election.  J{. E. rf. TAYLOlx, J'itdtOr  I Nelr,onv June ^, iswj.  I Net It'  If  i y.  , i \*  L  PARTN  *rt*v**srrwi *=,-���i  ���^nr.y��y����� ��c��iMa<a��yjwana *r.%:.nJ��,-  . * r.rw*.-=-aB�� j*r��i��Y*(J--rj��i*^�� ��  B7 HOWARD FIELDING  ��   Copyright, 1901, by CfcariesW. Kooke.    ��  h  Is'eale stretched out his hand with a  quick motion and laid it upon r-Jiaii'':-  shoulder, to that individual's great sur-"  prise, for he thought himself far out  of reach. They stared at each other  tvith equal Intensity.  "Can you be square?" said Blair as ir"  he were consulting an oracle and not  tho man at whom he was leaking. "Is  there any way to make you? I believe  there is. And, you've got the money  too."  "I've always got plenty of'money fcr  a good thins." said Xealc. "Now, spoak  up.1- Did Alden tell .MaclaneV  Ho>:/' said P.!..:i -'Am3 t!jis ]fi whai  A..-; -:j av.-js d ;:>;.; thnv: He >liiV or-*-;<��.  hied n Poniimi;;i!,,ii of the 'oo;niiam'-><  in his'line of Nii-iiKs*."  "Alden has'/' exclaimed Xc-aJ.�� an-v/-  ed.  "Yes.  sir,"  responded   Blafr.     "Tn-it  man Alden. the Load of a little, tottering   concern   that   is   on   tiie   edge   oi'  bankrupiey,   has  got  all   the   big  fcl-'  lows   in   hue.   ai-fi   he   stands   to   win  nii'ii'-.ns hi thy closing of iho deal,    it's  _ rjomVng mmier hue this deal thar J��.-��s  i put Ills own business whore It is.    He'  j must win uow or no to total ruin."  j     "Well,   what's  going  to  stop   him?"  ; demanded  Neale eagerly.    "Where do '  ���: we raaie iu?" '       ' I  t     "He's   rounded "them   all   up' except j  ; the   Holbein   Manufacturing company  i  ; of Newark," said Blair.   ���"Without that j  | company inc tho thing breaks and Al-  ; den goes  to sinn:-di.    But on  tho day  I when be sent that note to Miss Miller,  1 en the, day when she was stabbed, Al-  j den pot o  verbal agreement with  the  i president    of , the    Holbein    company'  j which practically clinched the thing.   It  clinched it except  for just one chance  ~**r***~UI *.x  ���oa on', as tbe nun that did rJj;.->  fig:;r<  d��'*'d?"  Tin- brf.-iiii went oof of Lhi-ir's i-odv  as if pome one had stnuk l im in the  ���'���glon of ni-- sola! plexus.  "Vou're crazy'!" lie .unsped.  .NY-ale la nulled softly.  "1 Yfut through lier trunk," he said,  "and got some notes that you wrote to  i.er awhile ago It isn't gcncreliy  known tii.il jomwere bo well acqu.ilut-  "Isn"t generally known?" echoed  Blair. "Why not? I lived in that house  for awhile. Certainly I knew her and  took her out to dinner a few times,  But, holy heavens, why should I want  to kill her?"  "Well," said Neale, "there's the uion-  uj."   '  "Nonsense! You know where the  money went, and you know, who committed this crime." ���  'Terhaps I do," responded 'Neale,  with a grin; "but,, at any rate, please  remember that I have acted in your interests throughout.'  a word or two after it; then he loon  at, Xt-ale, holding the pen town id h'.iA.  The caplain nodded, and he also \vro.'i>  in tiie honk.    [Tpon'tho page there then  appeared this:,  .\ KTIi'-'Jl ftORDO.V   Blaih,   /      '  Josliii Nr.u.n, }��� Equal  Partners.'    ,,  "My frieud," said 'the captnin   "von .  ask   me   if   1   can   be%q<!mo. ' WdI ,a���   ^ <���W*��"  there ain't nobody that can bo squarer  , will hn forfeited. John Y. Bowen, tiie j  j bunker, who was at the head <,f the j  I combination, ha.-) died, and the whole J  j filing has fallen thiouah. The opt ion j  j is in tb�� hands fif Rowen's son,'who'I  ! lias been trvins to' push the thbig  ! along,   but   has   mw' dropped   it.���   We  than what I can, aud you'll  "Why di."M''t Alden buy. It?"  "lie is uiakhif/ a gitnblo.    If Mie op-  dunclancy Gt negatives.   The reporters  who have followed Neale's career asr  sert that he once put seven  into one  .Ghort  sentence  while  engaged   In- denouncing, a   certain   well   known   reformer.   As a rule,  however,  his  Ian- I  guage was not grossly inaccurate.   In I  this  instance  It' was  the  ring of the I  words that appealed to Blair.   He took  up the book and wrote upon the page  that bore tbe names, his pc��-,itiou being  such   that  the  captain   could   not  see  what was set down.  "Now, my esteemed business associate." said Blair, laying down the  book, "this is the English of the matter���Aiden has told Maclane" where  he was that afternoon and Maela.no  'has told me. I didn't go up there to  get the secret; 1 went for a little cold  money. Circumstances had made it  agreeable to me to put Miss Machine  ��� out of this case, and as I waygoing  to do it anyhow it occurred ;'to me  that I might as well be paid for It"  "It's a pleasure to bo in business  with a man like you," said Neale, with  a grin.   "How much" was the touch ?"  "Only $2,000," replied Blair.   "It is a  loan.   I told him a pitiful story of misfortune   and, mentioned   that   I   was  being  hounded   by the   police.   Well,  he's' had a little of that himself.   He-  sympathized with me, and when I said  I wanted to move, take a better ollice  and all that he very kindly consented  to help me out.   As to his daughter,  r  told  him  frankly that I  believed  she  was the woman I had seen,  but that  I, had no Idea she was directly concerned  in  the crime.   1   believed  that  she. had gone to that house, had seen  are all oid men In the company and  willing to sell out. But if new'cnplral  and new men ge* hold of the concern  it can be forced Into. Aldeu's trust on a  j valuation cf a.clean million, and there's  o prcllt of $40(>,("00 for us.". '  'Neole twistc-i" a newspaper into rags  with his ciaan'lc bands.  "This thimi needs iuvestimating," he  said, "ain' .there i.-m't much time."  "InvcstiraihrY" echoed' Blair. "If  eld Duncan Machine siits it's all richt,  do you suppose there's r.uv doubt about  it?" "    -  "Why doesn't he buy in?" queried  (Ncale and then answered his own Ipies-,  *'ou "I see. lie eau't. Lie's got it  Confidential .from \l.icn. It wouldn't  'hj'for him to show up with, th*1 property. But you're talking bitf money, andt  wo mustn't.go too fast."  , "Don'* yen sec," said Blair, speaking  plowly, but iD a voice thick with ex-  chement, "that all we'v�� got to do is  to buy the option'" ��� Show up with that  on Mie day before it expires, and you'll  never have to put up Ihe ">?00.oho of  n-MThasp nmnev. You'll" only have to  move that you can. -A Idea, will-havo to  his chair and. then  sat  down  again.  The   accountant   presently   appeared.  He-.received some memoranda from Aiden and  went out again.    There was  nn Interval of silence, while Elmendorf  ' devoted himself to" tLe'enjoyment of a  large cigar and Alden Jotted down flff-  ' ures on a slip of paper.  "Wonder what's  become of  Robinson." said Alden at last.  The   detective,  offered   no   opinion  ! upon this point, and Alden stepped to  the door  and  glanced Into  the large'  room.   Elmendorf heard some one say  In response to a question that Robinson  had gone out.   Alden seemed annoyed  as   he  returned   to  his    desk, |  where he hastily wrote a note to Rob- !  lnson.  "Now,"  , he   said,    "I'm    going    up  town."  "St.    Winifred's 7"    queried    Elmendorf.  "I, shall call there about 1 o'clock."  "If you'll go over to the Astor nouse  with me," said' Elmendorf,  "and wait  about three minutes while I transact  Blair took liim by the topmost button,   n Iittle business, I'll go up with you,'  and  we can  talk on, the way.   There'  are a ,few  questions that I'd!like'"to  ask after I've straightened them out  In my own mind a bit."  Alden  saw  no objection to this ar-  , rangement,  and  so they walked  over  to tho old  hotel  together.   Elmendorf  ��� glanced at bis watch ns they entered |  ' aud, then approached the attendant In '  charge of the telephone booths Jn the  hall.  ,     "There will be a call for Mr. Eimcn-  ��� dorf   from   Philadelphia   In, about   a  1 minute," die said.   "I am the man."  j    Tho   call   came   withla  the   interval  : stated, fl and    Elmendorf  entered    the  booth,   where he gave  the customary  greeting, which was returned in a fu-  niiJiar voice.  "I've  got  track  of your  man  over-  here," sal*.the voice.   *.'JR. appears to  bo  his  real   name;  didn't'suppose   Jt  was.   Ho was In trouble over here a  little more than a year ago and had to  ffet   out   of    town?   borrowed    sorno  money   on   bogus security."   And   the  voice furnished a  few details of- the  transaction. , "He  has  been - trying  to  straighten It out lately and,is not hi  'a office, hav- j danger of arrest here; has been' over-  on to  believe 1 EeT^ral times.   There aro rumors that  lie got into similar trouble In  Wash  Although  about    45     per cent,     ot       Think  twice   |,ei'  iiiiiiTJcd couples celebrate their silver   mighty   dollar   '   ��'e  c*t  wc-tlding',  only one in a thousand'Jive   invest'    i '��m   v'"  to   celebrate   their     golden     anniver*-   tion.  scry.      ' ,  I  Whci  Men and liad eggs are all right till  they go broke.  -  m  K-sTsffiBE  IM  If the conceit, were taken out of  some men their' friends would be unable to identify the remains.  Jinu   "cm   yollJ 7"nS [,EWm  ii   a   nc-t-i-i,.,,   ,   ���  !"'tkt-f . PW  ________ 'g^feSt'  ��vnen a meek i,.^7~^    '��� $rW-m  is, outclassed. '''''^^Yl.M  It   isn't  ist a  in motion.  against a train oithfY^^ i, K  lf�� it;. Wm��M  ersons  AH Who Are in Low ^gfaSiiy Have Reason to B  the.   doming    Weeks-Fortify    Your   Syste  Using  then the hoys began to fight, and- nu-  I body (laid any attention to the ball after that.- Usually some mucker from  Ea.-.t Cambridge' stole it, and the lods  wasn't discovered till after the game  was over."  "The football being the criminal, eh,"  Paid AYale, "just nominally a part of  the proceedings? Well, there may be  something In what you say."  And he grilined serenely as he walk-  DR. GHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  If  you    watch   the  newspapers'  for /watery,   Dr.   Chase's  Nerv  next few weeks you will find j riches it by im-retishig'7l)(f��0d e'  it tho death record is a' largo jof, rt'd corpuscle*. . Win..,,',', U'Jfflker  s.    and   made    up   largely   of  per- j\�����' ^^U'd,     orier^v    ei.n^  ::^t^rccrl yoarsnmlor' weall��H��"r^ "L^  rii ���l?'<���    o.'...,���     ....    !      ......        ,,    I   '"    'eVM,lII.'O.S       tin-      u.iv.,.,!      Y  the  tha  one  sons  cons  Vitality   seems   to   be   at   low    ebb 'cells  and   rekindles  th,- ^V:;:   .^  No  physician' run  g  at this time of year, and   tho sudden i  chnn  v. ust  ���v!'Jll!f.   of l\  ^^^VjCRING -the time when  Dr. Blair and., Captain  _, jj j Neale were concluding;  !* g(l their small matter of  business Detective Elmendorf was waiting I  In 'Alden  ing reason   that he'would make a flying visit there  during the forenoon. This expectation  was' realized, for Alden entered hur-  riedlv about 11 o'clock.  He greeted Elmendorf in very friend-'  ly fashion, the detective" meanwhile assuming a somewhat apologetic air.  "I hate to bother you," he said, "about  my troubles when you certainly have'  plenty of your own, but there is a lit-  4\ ���  j --     yom .'sue is being .'uhk-d i��� 11, \'  7  the   wisdom   of   using     this     pre-I     (.'jflv  ,������.; U> ,h" ,ll%  paration  at   this season  of  tho vear. '$2 50*  at  all   ?ir.���"X'   s,x ���,,0!f��   fc-  mien the  blood'is    .thin,   weak T and -Hates &   Co" l&o. ^ ���  anarisot.  trust    company    to    b  He looked at A'cale.  Alden there and that she knew- him to  be guilty; In short, that she was Aldeu's  'accessory after the fact, making them  joint holders of the secret and"���  "Equal   partners,   as  wo are,"  said  Neale.  "Precisely," was the reply. "Such  being the case, I could not become a  third partner. In brief, r wouldn't  give out that Interview which you saw  in the papers this morning until I was  . ^u.r�� A1(Jt?n w��s innocent"  ;  plover rascal!"' said Neale.  "It  was  a-sudden  inspiration   with '  me, I'll admit," res-ponded IMair, "hut  it  worked.    Of course  I   was  a  long  while getting at the facts, for at first  he wanted me to take his word, which  . I   gently   but   firmly   declined   to   do.  Then,  in  the  strictest confidence    he  told  me  what I'm  going; to  tell 'you  DOW.    '  _ "This is a big thing," he continued,  his face suddenly growing pale- "I'm  afraid .you can't raise the money to  swing It, for it can't be done without  money. That's why I'm laving mvself  open to you. It had to be somebody,  and the devil sent you in." ,  "I'm obliged to him." said Neale  "Go on."  "Mr. Alden spent the critical time  that afternoon," said Blair, "in the office of a gentleman named Marcellus  ilobson.   Ever hear of him?"  "Lawyer?"  "One of the smartest trust law vers  in this country and a man .worth 'mil-  settle at your own tiqurc-s. If he does  not. hl.�� game is up IJ,y heavens, we  c:n take more th-::i hall' the,profits of  fills transaction riftit out of his hands."  "Rut whnYll Aldeo get the money to  settle with us?," demanded the, captain.  "We can't take no iiroiriises."  "That  opt ion, closes'the  deal,"  said  ''.iair.     "With   i'i.-   deal  closed,   Alden  c.-n command nil the money be wants.  for  the   thin?   will   go   right   Into   the  trind��    of    a  f'n-.iiiecd."  "Then why hasn't Alden bought the  option himself?"  You  sav it's a gum-  b'e"~  "Not altogether that Young Bowen,  go Machine said, hates Alden and has a  s-.ts-picioii of what's up. He has turned  devn certain panics because he sus  pccu.l Aiden was hick of them. But  yen can bring h;m i0 terms. All hf'll  "���ant to know is (hat you don't represent A bleu."  "'  i'"s  o'd   .Jolin   Y.   Howen's  son,"  said  Neale,  with a smile, "I  reckon'l  can   ft;ch   li;;.).     j   haprun  to   have a  h'tcb or two ib. re.    He's a m-e'ttv H  \\ hoy."      .  "'1 hen the thing  responded Riair  Neale tool- a tun  "I'll  go  and   see  noon;" he said, "an,  I':l make Aiden  ly.  o-  to s a prctt;,  Is as good as done,'-'  nrouud th'1 room,  i'.ov.-en   thirf   nfter-  if this thing works  lor.    I'm no irieud  oi  Ins after the. t lilt lo affair the other  day.     This   will   r-nt   that   laineymoon  jf.'iiiney of h^ d. - ���> a iri.'io. i'-n ihmk-  when  little   :>;:.ie Miil,.r r.,.is v.-eii  he way, Mi-n-, y0I1 owe me. a (ho'ti-  "���and "  'hair in.)!; an "  '���'hfink from ii,(  "": :a��J id;j ii,  "' li "d Ihe ivilll.  'he aildit.onal w  !:i;"   ihr   li'ani;!  '.'I'l^.'lifi   'L-| er-iiic!  !'<Ji   l! f  f.'si'lu.  'I'i.-.i    .eiij   (hi  i'':-.'urius, ias.".'e.l nof-k-  ii'S-ide of his v.a:.-;!-  ��� cioiiey. Then he re-  ' ;ind showed Neale  iiiiig ihat he had put  >'���<��� i'bnve the part-  was ; his:  (,..rn |.,  ���  > I  Uif   I In." ,:n  MjMifafHi;in3  li"f   oet'ialitn,   m,   iiif.Jriii:,n���ri  i;  ,i,  Y \. i;  ���ion'i see |.,iw ynu ha|ipen to Im  n"'";" said Neale, regard ing the other  genially.      ;, ,���     , ' ���  Hlair grnund hif- ha.bd.s togetlier.'' Y  ���'H's the. start."',he said, "the cuirsed  ���ii'otiey ic make (lie first.move. ,1. never  could fret these it-n talons ou it." '    >  ��� "Tlieie's 'S0:m.'t'hing. in that." rejoined  Neaie.    "i. hope you've got a safe place  for ihat book.    I shouldn't care to have  If pn'uted iu the newspapers after this  a-Minc Is over,   i've gol a pretty strong  pnH, but It .won't .stand everything/'-,   '  Blair \vent back to the desk, -which  was a heavy, old fashioned' affai'r, and  locked up the bonk in one of the drawers. '  He examined the break in the chair,  tie matter, not connected with this case'  at all, that you can help mo about if  you feel like lt-at least I think you  can."  "With .all the pleasuro in life" responded Alden. "1 feel like helping everybody, with one exception."  And as he spoke the last words his  hand, that had been resting unoii the  back of a chair, closed with a sudden,  convulsive movement and ripped one  of tbe wooden rungs out of Irs fastenings.  Elmendorf slowly crossed the room  and examined the break in the chair.  "If you got hold of the gentleman in  .ouestion." said he, "I think he would  never come to trial. Jjv the way I  am plea.sed to learn that Aflss Mille;  is doing well this morning."  Alden tapped his broken chair as if  it had represented the Individual to  whom Elmendorf had vaguely referred.  "That doesn't k-t him out, however,"  he Paid.    "But tell mo what I  can do  1 l,"   l on."  ''I you have some dealings at out  ' with a firm of the name of Uow-  ai-. A: Cain?"  "1    believe   I   did,"   replied   Alden,  I hey failed and skipped."  "Have  you   any  documents   hearing  the firm's signature by either partner?"  asked Elmendorf.  "Yes; I have one," said Alden, "but  I don't know just where It is. I'll,look  through my desk, .t.ohh"���addressing  Robinson, who, sat in his usual place���  "do you know where that contract is?"  Ilobinsou'replled In the negative, and  Alden pulled out the contents of some  drawers and pigeonholes In a vain  search. Finally he came to one little  drawer which Mr. Elmendorf had once ,  onened. : ���. .  "Here's the contract," he said, "and-  Hello,     here's    something    of  ���Tbhn."  higton, but I'm.not .down"to that yet.  One man ,who knows hlai here thinks  he had letters,from a girl named Miller; doesn't know whether she \vas  on the stage or anything about her, In  fact; Isn't even sure of the name, but  I'm. going to get more Information  about that. . As to other Inquiries,  nothing as yet, but will write you this  evening."      ��� , ,  "All right." responded Elmendorf.  "Hustle, old man. This thing is getting pretty ripe over here. And, remember, this is personal business; lt  Isn't official. I may want to covor the  whole matter up*".    , ,.  ."The man Is,no good, I guess," said  tho voice.  "I   don't _care   anything  about   the  man,"   rejoined   Elmendorf,   "or   the  other   one   either.,   It's   the  girl 'I'm  Interested in.   Nothing Is too good for  her   or   ever   was,   and   lit  the   worst  comes I want to be in a position to  wring somebody's neck and wring it  hard.   I don't know whose it will be  yet.   How about the records?"  "Nothing in sight"  "Well; there must be somewhere. Mr.  Tantaloa has got to be accounted for.  Much obliged to'you.   Goodby."  Elmendorf rejoined Alden, who in the  meiuitlme had engaged a hansom.  'Tour secretary, Robinson, seems to  be a handy man," said Elmendorf after  some desultory conversation.   '  "He's very obliging," replied Alden. '  "Perfectly honest I suppose?"  "Never knew anything to the contrary," said Aldem    "He doesn't handle  any money."  "He  handled   $rj00  tho  other  day,"  suggested Elmendorf.  "hut he didn't know If replied Ah  den. ' "I don't mean to imply anything  against Robinson, but'I know very little about him, and I nevor trust a man  any further than I know him. I never  trust a man with money unless I know  the money, side of him. It is possible  to bo a good, straight fellow about everything else 'and have',-a .weakness  there."  "I shouh. think you ought to-be a  pretty "good business man," said Elmendorf.  "I suffer from the same troublo that  you have," replied Alden; "I'm too hon-  osl-"  ',   THE REMNANT LEFT.  even Vcsjjbor* <,r i|lt. ;\-ir:l..,ii,..|.t' of Cu;>.  . ail.i,   i::.-)U,   Vvl    J.'iw.;;.,  A'cori'ct-pondeiit  writes  in' The To-  Ihiring  the hitler pint  routo t.'lobe  ���Should   the  Pr.pe  Ihe  onothcr^..  h?  a   bishop, .  his gohien  |���>,,W>  cardinal,   and silver  jubihv  as  uwmg to the demand for rcpivseiilu  lion by population lli:u othi.r niea-  S'sres advocated by the Ileform pai-ty  Y'ldi-r the iehder.siiip of Mr,' (Yo,  lSrown. There u'ei-e .s'Yty-liw.- members from t'un-uhi e:��st and 'an e,j!iUl  nunibei- from f'au.ula w��-.-,t. tho ' re-  pivs^ntat.ivis of the latter being, r,t  the terminal ion ui'the polling. wbu"j,  then hu-trrd during'a period of ah.otii  throO weeks, ,'18 Uefonncrs and *>7  Consorvati.cH, Sir. Drown, how.no-  being  elec-te.1' in   two   coristit ta-m -ief,~  Toi-uiiSo iinu Xi n!; Omoi'.'!--b-.tev. n-  '.im.ly   io'igi.D.g   ii-e   latter-   const j; i,.  ei!i-Y  ;MrvV.i:::..:...  Aiu-..-!.uu��ll  lU't'tiit   ;;;   ,'.,,.   vte;.d   in  In   t'au.:;I.t   ,'n--t   th0  ���'\'OV':'   !;i'-^.-:y   jn   tlie     ma.iorny,      ami   j  added   to   their  alii<>��* : in |  jj ;v s ������   11)  [    Out  of every  hundred   vo.jn��-  ! colled  up   for  mllitnrv sorvif.."  aly   nearly   oij  e.vcu.sed   for  Per  rent.   lm\t  phy.'-irni   nidiin.^  l-etiig  C'on.'ierv atives  ly ir  my .'./Drp ii fvffe  MJ.YAKHY.  L1NIMKM  r.intwieiiln.:)f;be<i  U.-v m  the  only   (.inc. we  A U   the   nefiple  ~,  '      H.Mtl i.\   ITbTON'  uit   Hav.   V >,,  h'e/> .'"/��� snh\  I'l.  e,V-  '1111  ttieir  vti|i  the" wr-!!,-:'ji   I'ru, jj.v  idtinjr     Macdoiiabi-t'e.rtb-r    , Uovorn- j  imftil ft substantial  majority.   J'arlia- '  merit   met,   in   Toronto   in    Fcnniarv  IH.'ifJ,   and   f>f   (ihe  ()',   i, I'lnl.i'is      f  f'ari'ida   v.e-,1     who   were   ;lu>n     s-im-  moned   to vn,eet   in di-hljeruLnui  t>o     I  thini:.     were       in     attendume        p,-  L'hurch of ?;0i-Jh   Lo.-Ys  ami   Cn nvil!c  hiuing   died   n.eanuhile,   aid      North  Oxford    being    without   n  r.-;.n-ent��.  < ivo until   the  following 3'.iv.   ?��ir.   ().  It.     OfW;.))     .���Ys    Sulv;��MIHI|tly      ChoS,.n"  to  succi-ed   I'r.   f'hui.b,     Cf     the    G.'!  nii'inbers  ullml-d    to   1   believe     onlv  i.oven   atv ncr.v  li.ing.   the\   and their  then   const itne.)f4f.s  be.ng   as   follows-:  IV'l     ,1.   C.   Aikina;     hondon,      .lohn  Yirhng;  ViesL   York,  W.  P.   ilowland  North      Oxfor-,1;       Wm.     Mccdonuall.'  .^onth   Ontario,   Oli\t.z-  Mow et  wa    l{.   w.   .ScoU;, South   We'll  IY  iStirton.  OiMhe.-c rrven Uva were supporter,  of the Yacdouakl-Cartier (:ovtT���.  uienL and tivc wore opponent;-' I  have written t.he foreiroin<r puivly  fi'om memory, but ha\e no  =| tJmt   the  fuels J   have  stated  '���M't.   and   I   all.xdn to  them  solely as  line; r...ii)iiii.;ee,!K-es.  sJ&iSK  With   a   population   nt  on I.'    'Ml.   Jajianese   li.ivc  JCoO,OlK> or 6'vt-r.  !  II   nrlliors  fort tines ol  Ask for Minard's and fake no other.  wool  the    i��  j     White      }��i-!iland  jshilliiar  a  potrnd.  :oi" IJritish   wools.  j    |   'ion   can   iret   nini'i   uniiP  j P'-ci'iit    fan   tlinn   \ mi   cm  ;SK'   fine���-;infi   the .<-)tui<'  in.i,\  ' of u   t en-rent   ni;in  brings   a  ���fiid   pr.w  m  e-it  of   f  out  ni &  Efe  said  OUa-  'm;:ton,  '-it.    Aiidr'-w.s   H  I'ourse  in   tln> worhl  ihe  ion/;i"-t  coil   p^  doubt  are cor  . > wo   court    ninincl ii'tis   are   oqur.j  "it    to   a   |uii-  of .suspenders  intf  tlu  est.'  Tco.NT/.-rjED.]  C ll.ii.jto  <��!" tliu IiU>rnlilc��,.  .S|.eal;infr   of   the    ciininl,.     of ���  Klondike      r.Ir.   -St.,,,,,,-,,   iliyiiVUtr    ,������  too Canadian   M..-; rrn'ohi.-iciii Svrwce  SnLYuC!-u.url,'^��^ ''��>*   "'oso of   BorPm.��l  .....I   HliwnW  grcas;   th,,  ,UL..,.���  f.f ,|���, ,,,,...;;  ~7...... V.     !in> nuitc covered with such ��I��:U��'l'  miintliM  i.s about  :  hi/'-  CI   d.M-rte  S on ml I ii ��i-1 :u��   C.'i r v 5 n pr.  From ciirliein tinier curviti',' lias re-  ecived ^Venl utti'iitinti in Si'ini'Iiu.'ivi.i  One sees evidence of this i*> many S��'��-  di.-ih churches, both in wood nud s'.oWi  dating back nuiny centuries. In Stiwl  holm are ninny to he found, imw ^  ly cared for in ;i well km.wu inii.-L'iit  .Some of those northern ehurcln.''. in.*  m  yours,  "And   now,' mv   friend,"  sn'ld   NealeV  "one linal word.   If you play any tenmes j  "'ith me, l'lldo ti  trick with vou that j  will  wind  yob   up.     I   have  it  on   the !  nuioJ.th.-it. this  M.iller jrirl is goirifr.  to ;  die.    Now. I've been turning up a little ;  evidence, malnn�� most of it myself out  j of ihe raw goods-, of course, and loan  j.m.'ike evidence that would hang a man  ; -'or a murder committed before he was  born.   Uow would you liko to have me  And he tossed an envelooe across to  Robinson's desk. Robinson glanced at  it hastily and put It Into his pocket.  Elmendorf appeared to ho busy with'  tho old contract which Alden had  handed to him, and, having received  permission to keep it for a few days,  he put the useless document into his  pocket.  ".lack," said Alden, "will you ask  Mr. Wlllett to come In here?"  Wlllett was the firm's accountant.  Robinson walked toward the door, and  as he did so Elmendorf half rose from  A   Ilcltfirinn   Thnt  Grnin.  The  Idea   that   Mohammedanism   is  "played out" would be a dangerous one  for statesmen to bank upon.   It isn't.  Mohammed began his career as' a  prophet more than 000 years later than  ihe beginning of the Christian era At  present he has 170,000,000 disciples  more than one-third as many ��3 there  are Christians in the world:   ,,.  Nine hundred years ,ago there, were  in India no Mohammedans. Nowithere  are 50,000,000, and they are Increasing  In number constantly. They are by all  odds the most energetic subjects in  British India.   .  The western wave of Mohammedan-''  ism rolled up to the farthest corner of  Spain, up to the walls of Vienna, and  then began to recede, but the' shrink-'  ing process was  accompanied by expansion elsewhere.   In Africa Moham- -  medanism is steadily proselyting.  Russia in Europe has 3,000,000 followers of  the prophet,  more than'.'there are in  what is called "Turkey in Europe."  Asia/however, the  realm of future  growth,  is  the Mohammedan  strong-  i hold.    To  less  than   41000,000  nativo  j.Christians  there   are   109,000,000  Mo-   i  hammedans.- ���    j  is   nbout.   2li     dc-  iho time, summer  ���~A dog-rees, duly be-  ai I'd  tho  Ihree  winter  Jmmt.'.s   Ui   rl^.:J,os   below   ycro,   with  .laiiiii.ry  2:\   d ;.n^.s  |,eb,w.      Spripr  "uiy   be  said   Lo   bo  0|n-n   towards tlie  end   of   April,   the   last   zero   temperature   of   the   wint-r   usm.liy   oc.-.-.n ring  ��'."'"t   the  f,t|,   of   this  month.      May  ���^(h   an   average   tempera! i re   of    .j.|'  degrees,   is   by   no   means  an     unplea-  -anl. month,  ,Ui(|   t]���. o;j,t]   if.  t)l(,      ,_  eraffe date  of (he Iu.st f,-t,��t of spiin,r.  lauJy     obi-ei-iafions      during      five  suuimors  indicate, that on   the ���  average   the   temperature-  rises   to   70   degrees  or   higher  on   4 0  days  and   'to  .80. degrees, or I.ig-heiV on , 1/1  dnvs-  t>0  , degrees   wasi   recondod' iu   Dawson  June,   189!)-  and   05 d��  of  the same year.   ',.     .     .  h,.?'-,'^      tomiieratures,:   with     miich  blight    sunshine  and  an   absence���   of  frost  duriiar   three,   months;,'  together  wit'0  r'��"*\    dayH    of    a   latitude  w��Uim- a few degree 0f    the    Arctic  c.iicle,  amply account for the success  neat     Dawson  in   Rowing     a  variety   of garden   jiroduce,   j,,,.;  elti.ee,     radisjuis.     cabbn^s   '  flower, -potatoes,   and    wu'rrn'nt .   the  bribe    that  the   hardier <:e,,,il^might  tho   m.   Nt,,��IYuk,J��'T��','-i<��'-.v mid  in  the  fa.   Northern     dlsLricts  Mackenzie  Basin,  M  iia.'iteiilatioii. Beyond such public ei  predion of painstaking labor oiu1 Jim?  see in almost any comfortably fun"''1  ed house wooden fork?, sp'-mi-i. s:ut  boxes and platters, but still iii.^ :'[ ,.,���  (raetlng attenlion are hu;^' ��<"��,on f^M  tankards, and these will oMeii W 0^  close siudv both in dciKii ami in ^  ffl*  cut ion. mm  m  'gives  i<\ July'  IU-<!   1-liiiin.l  Curl ��-y. {%W��  A  Scotch   missionary  U> a  lY'011!1 �� |S|?il  small   islands  in   tbe sotitli.. l'liciik'�� fMfe^  groat many years ago I'mind Iiits of roo m^  H.'tiine.l circulating.as'money.  Jl'liis cur- ||,  rency came to them in a curious him1:  nor.    The body of a''sh'lpwre.ckcd saiflor h  had  drifted  ashore,' and  to  the unto-  toritfcT savages,  who' had  never., .before  ed IU" [  il <-  kw.,  largo  liidiiig  cauli-  of     the  seen clothing ,of any. kind, his n  nel shirt ,was' an object of wonder ni  ndmlration. . 'Uy.common consent1110  cut. tho' garment Into 'small .'P1'11"'  Which thenceforth became the earn"  cy of the island.' _'  Quite Opi��o��l<cs.  Student���What is pessimism?  Philosopher���The. faith of cownriH  "Then what 1st'optimism?'!  "Tho   falih   of   fools."     .  com-  An Excellent Reason  "Why do you call it a feminine  pllment?"  "Because there is a sting in it"-*  Minneapolis Tribune.  Tlie   irMn   of  if.  A young man writes to me-  "'Is it proper to kiss a youn'g lady to  whom you nn. engaged  musln'l'!"  if she says you  "NY,  Tli ill's  sir.  hall'  It   is decidedly  the  fini  of it.'".  Improper.  Small nitH of r.oM.  Gold Is so very tenacious that fl'PIee  of it drawn into, wire'one-lwcntictl'��  an   inch   in   diahietcr   will   siislai"1  weight of H00 pounds  without hi'1 lK  ing.    Its malleability is so great [^  a   single   grain   may   be  divided  j��  2,000.000  imrts and  a  cubic  in*'1' "  n,.pi2y,SOO,n20 parts, each of which !1I1J  bo distinctly seen by the naked eye  ,56th  nam.  hok i  by\v i  Co,,  ���   *%  , The  ^est ci  t fallen  ^ YNn  (.  Wibnid  Pills  ,Km i  ! jBlOlin  mutifi  t        Prlct  r1, "Vhn  a^tl fn  and ai  J" ^usi  fJthor MSWS^ws  T'1   r  .j i,ik< ��%,  "<]��� YTHE MOYIE LEADER.  * '     ' ' >'" *'  -���  MOYIE,    B.    C.  niinii  arts  m  :>��;  * ��i  EfiE CAE SICK HORSE  m           flOWA RAILROAD JOURNEY AFFECT-  ,��� i-ED  A  HIGH  BRED   HACKNEY.  BoilljBre'a Trip to tlie Horse Show aud  It Ended So Disastrously���Ter-  'ing   Hide    In    a.   Wheeled    Box  }r a, Uothonae "Fvuiniug.  story  of what  happened to a  |)red, hackney when he was sent  1 to'the Madison Square Garden  show is told by SeweJI Ford iu  s Nine.",  Bonfire was the back-  ���'Vgfiffin&rxie, but he did not look at all  fiMaiat tbe moment.  The author says  is stomach was a queer feeling  yew  people are aware \,"  limns   ;.,:'!itui-.y   strengJ.h   ui  Sii.co      180,0    !$Jr>,<<0i-.0f'(!  spent  on  her fortificvtHiii'-  f'i'OI-  V.'l l|i.  b< en  Keep Mi card's Lisument in the liousa.  Two  lbou.siind  feet   of ,iir   jui-.. (i  m  the  proportion   of 7  to   3   villi    <-iyA  g-as   will   produce  an   explosion   e.,ual  to that of 50 pounds of gunpowder  COULD NOT WALK.  M*tfW* ��*��*JW1>fa?,��Hwi  Q\ A!) WPWQ  Dodd's   Kidney   Pills   Cured   His  Lumbago and he is a Souud  , Man.  A Young Uuly Tells tho Torture Mie Suffered from ltI:t'M!ii.-'U-.m.  Miss Myrtle Major, IIart land, N.  B., Is one of the thousands who'havo  proved that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  will cure rheumatism. Itl.iss Major  says : 1 suffered from the trouble for  nearly a year. I had the advice of a  doctor and took his medicine, but it  did not help me The trouble was located chiefly in ' my ankles, and the  pain I suffered at times was intense.  As   a  matter  of  fact   at  times  I was  'ood e-1  ���>aW}  u,.nerts ���*  'al;%;h ���  Y*di  AwJ\k  :'i.T  if*  quite    unable     to  walk ��� across"    tho  be did not at all understand.' Iu ! room, and for some six months J was  ad was a dizziness which made j confined  to   the  house,    f  used     lini-  ish   that   the   stall' would   not! ments and pther medicines prescribed  "io%  lio'isosi  about so. Streaks of pain shot  v aiottE'hls' backbone and "slid down his  fYf^g^Hot and cold flashes swept over  ��� *J)ia ,Eody, for Bonfire had a bad case  ./Of 'car sickness���a malady differing  "+ftOT��pBeasIekness largely, iu name only  -Ji-ftlBO a well developed cold' complicated by nervous indigestion.  ���"Toned to the key, he had left the  "bem% stables. Then they had led him  ''fntofhat bos o�� wheels, and the trou-  ' ble-Wd begun. Men shouted; bells  :* h - '" eJau|ed;, whistles shrieked. EonUre  ncrtsw ' * ^fritlthe box start with, a Jerk and,  tfc'i * t&UtMplng, rumbling, jolting, swaying,  a ca-(! t\ move somewhere off into the night  fiYtk'sc, 'Alcfan agony of apprehension���neck  v- i "atrctched, eyes staring, ears pointed,  *���>. ity \ -1 'tSWgtj>ug qulTerlng, legs "stiffened���Bon-  ,ariSM r ' sflro��waited for the end.,,, But of end  | "���"then! seemed to be none. .Shock after  =^= r, ghees Bonflre withstood and still found  r, \ >fcInBKlf waiting. What ,it all, meant he  >�� X VefaM not guess. There were the other  * *' ^bc��& that had been taken with him  ^fcrtofthe'box, some placidly munching,  others looking curiously about,  were the familiar grooms who  soothingly in his ear and patted  leek In vain. The terror of the  this being whirled noisily away  ox, had struck deep into'Bonfire's  and, he could not get It out. So  od for, many hours, neither eat-  t^'ghor sleeping, listening to the  feeling the motion  and  trem-   Jas one with ague.  OJpourse it was absurd for Bonfire  %& gk to pieces in that fashion. You  tail flip a Missouri Modoc around the  vorlcf and he will finish almost as  Books'as'be started. But Bonfire had  blodif, and ' breeding and a pedigree  Whi^went back to Lady Alice of Burn  JtaSfjjYorkshire.  HtMcoltdom had been a sort of bot-  fcou#e- existence,   for   Locblynne,' you  knowy Is the toy of a Pennsylvania coal  barony who  breeds  hackneys  not  for  profpt,' but for the joy there is in  it,  jnsifas other men grow orchids and  build cup defenders.  At the LochlynYe  Btasles they turn on the steam heat in  3?Qvember.  On rainy days you are exercised in a glass roofed tan bark ring,  ���nd hour after hour you are handled  ftVer deep straw to Improve your action.   You breathe outdoor air only in  , fcigo  fenced  grass   paddocks,   around  '  Width you are driven in surcingle rig  ' fey & cockney groom imported with the  BlgB'dn saddles and  British  condition  powders.   From the daj' your name is  Wtlt'en   in   the   studbook   until   you  leavi you havo balanced feed, all wool  bl&n ;ets, fiy nettings and coddling that  Btert ��� ceases.    Yet  this is the  method  that rounds you into perfect  hackney  forii  A'l this had been done for Bonfire  and with apparent success, but a few  hou i of railroad travel had left him  ^Itl a set of nerves as tensely strung  �����H li ose of a high school girl on grucl-  Uati n day. That is why a draft of  Cold air had.chilled him to the bone;  Ythv is why, after reaching the Garden he had gone as limp as a cut rose  et u ball.   A   Wk-II   rCejH   Secret.  -la 18.7J a Milan student is said to  HIM( discovered the secret of pctril'y-  ItJfiTl uiuan ilesh. In 18dG he W;is drown-  fd I i a shipwreck on the Mediterni-  ne,Ui sea, the wonderful secret pcrish-  .'1th him.  si |  for rheumatism, Jji.t they did me no  good. Then some ol my friends urged  me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I  acted -on their advice and, before'!  had used three' boxes 1 began to feel  better. T tool* niiif. boxes of the pills  altogether, and before J finished thn  last box not n trnre of Lie.; trouble  remained. It. i.- i:i>\\ nfiti'ly t.wo years  since T took die pills and nr. tlvrc  has ilo< been a ^.yn'ptom of the trouble since it proves that th.'- pills  make 'permanent cure��."  Rheumatism is a dise.-.r.e of th..  blood and ca', only be curf'd by  treating it thro'u.ch the blood. That  is why IV. Williams' 'Pi.dc Pills always cures thi.-i trouble. Good bloo'h"  makes every' oiga'n in the body  strong and healthy, end as 'every  lose of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make  /lire, rich blood, it follows that they  -ure such troubles as ann''inia, neu-  ,algia, indigestion. heart .trouble,  kidney ailments, eiysipelas, the. after  .'Tects-of la gripj��o and fevers,, etc  i hey  also   relieve and   cure   the ' ail  ents   from   which   so   many    womci^  onstantly  suffer     Srr   thac,t'you    ut*i  1 be genuine  pills   with   the full   name,  Or."   Williams'   Pink   Pills   for    J'aie  'ijople."   on   the   wrnp[)er  around   ev  ry. box.    Srdd   b,v   all   medicine  de.d  -s  or  sent   post   paid   at   r>'l  cents  a  ���ox "Or  six   box'",   loi   S *_',.")()   I iv   writ  .:���.>    Il.c   Dr.' Williain.-   Medi; inc     Co  irockviile,  Ont.  'I I us bicrf;-cst iown in Xi-w X.e.iland-  A iic.klnr.ii���has  Chris-1 church   is  over 57,000.  (;",220   prop!":  a good  second  bi'l  ". ��� 1 '���-.  D  ^afr.:ss Cannot Be  ins  ol  aid  by local applications, as' ,ihcy cuii.-mi  I'L-ticii I lie <ii��-ease;i t;0rtion of tiie car  I'liore i.-^ only one vay tot cure (ie. Ji,!-->--j  'iiul that it, l>y coii.s'iu,utioi!!il r.'i:ii.iiios  Deafness is caused by an inilaau-d co:i-  -'ition of tlu1 neicoas liaine: of ihe IOh.s-  Ui.'liian Tube. When this tulip ue'.s in,-,  famed yon Ijivc a n:nil)lir.�� to;.")'l <i,t im  I er/ect hearing, ami when it is t'lYiiun  cloht'il iK'.'.ir.cs., is the lcsult, i\nn miios-"  I lie jiil'aii.n.ution cud he ,tn';i>ii o,.,< nn,i  'his lube- le.sioifd ,lo its'not tan!" foiuli-  I tioa. irt-arii'K ���>,!,'! lit- (lefclroyo-i for ivfr:  j i.lae' i'aj.f.5 out tif ton ��re cnus< c! 1-1- iv>  turili, wliiuh is aoihiiiR liti" na inlianir.'  I'Liadiliuii   of  ttic-  imiioiis  surfn<���:���".  \\\' will chp (lee truaiiiod IieiJ.Li's foi  in,v I'M so <.| (Icafiu'vis fui'iseij l>v r.itarrh)  Lhtil cimiiol lie en. od I iv II ni!'j, .OliU'itI  t.-t:ruu    iSead   for   lucidni's.   fre.'.  Andr.'s.s.   K.   ,J.   CliK\L-;y   &   Co ,   'I'i'l'  (Jo,   O.  Solo  by  iirii^,>!>-ts,  7r>c.  Hsili's  Paniily   Pills nt-.'  t lie  host  Grantoa M;>n ��.Ji,iuts tho <;<>Ofl Jfcwn tliat  Tlier��> fsa Cur<; for Ki<ln<-y f!'-fi";i-.�� iin<l  Unit Cure Is I��i,il'i>.N  Kidney j'HU.  Granton. Out.; Jui;e !.���{ Special)���  There is no uncertain sound aljout  the statement oj John J.-Ietcher of  this place. "1 a.m <r/n(] to let the  public know that Dodd's Kidney  Pills have cured me of Lumbago ,nid  now T am, perfectly sound," that is  the way he puts it t2n->tioned as  t'o (he parUeuJais of his cure Mr.  Fletcher said  ''i- had been tumbled lor a year  with Lumbago and Kidney Troubles.  Sly urine was of a very bad color  and J could get nolhimr  to help mo.  ''I consul Led doctors but they could  not help'me and I was not in a very  cheerful frame of mind wh/-ii T- decided, lo  try  Dodd's  Kidney. Pills.  "fliit it w-ns <i, liKky day for ine  when r did. Almost from the first  they save n.e relief and J was soon  entirely  cured  ��� "Yes, my J.iti/iba^o is goaf, my  Kidney (Complaint, is poneoand Pocld's  Kidney f'i'Js did  it all."  Dodd's Kidney PiUs p'ever fail'' to  .cure Kidney .Complaint, whether the  complaint takes the form of Bright'a  Disease, Diabetes, Ihop^y, Rheumatism,   Sciatica,   hame Back,  etc.  !!<'-'���'>j1   de   ilirseir  .'.I tl'J!)     f- |i'l|'ort     l!',l  J;i-ia.       Thu'i     are  217   teachers. '  Lef|''L'St:  .school  o   ed.,-  :i   Cie  nidr  Hiinififs Litiiissrit is sssd by Physicians  \ r.e oi.J. :,t  the "\ ict or;  J7Go,  a.id   i:  ���tP��Mi:��.  >i"   liic   :,i<;  Ie. i , :.���   Oil.  '!��� en r.-1-   -)'.;  e.liii'Mi.     ! t  warslilp in existiiirft is  " She was launched in  theiefore lt-,8  veaiso'd  im '.-ail.!  ..i.t.   i  f'M'l V  \.!ll.-'  m-leei' ;. !ii-f  ,il  ���>������>>���    ",-, I 1'  i--   -. ide-d   1"  ;���".!,��  '.''an   ..,-,1 1  uu.:.'"  ,<   n-a-'ii-d  :s   i!!.'!isr'f"i.',ili!(  t'V.'i'-,    heiise.  -VO'.'TJfROl' & LVMAX CO  ;-i:"ir,.-s of Mr Ti.oni.-s F.r-  ���"'h>: li is i.fiv.- |-.{-i^; solii b>  iiiitsii. s lbif.-,i;l.(,i.i ii-,,' Tl.i-  ;.;   ufii-oi;n'fl   I).     the   sulTfriai  ;!<���!���'    u'itl.    L-;,iotif  i1    litmisl,,.',   ;...i;i  '] Ids   Vidnii'ite   -i  (i'ei   I'i'h   is  il>  us   oi   iU.  e.r'.'l ��;i\ r-,  .-ci!V    for  hd'r   to."  ���   sia.cu'i-  a  It   i-  i l,i> i..  'ran,e     To  .',"<!      it  -;      IllOi  ;:-'ir  f)  IilV(  Hie 11  ���   f .ran r  ould   l;e  it  C'Vl-.-A    oie::    v  time are  ji:ost  UiC-iH5.  J-fi   <7.e  ;; i   , i.,  at  to  tlie  act.  riahi  iiiimu-  li.'.s no dise-fjice 'for, a man to be  pnor unless he becomes sn because of  id'.o.  sliiftlr-K.s  or '. h-ious habits.   ���  i rn'n>  is iiDthmjr pqufl] to -tfotiYi  (."'-aM.-.s' 'iVi>"ia Rxli-nniaator for (!i-sfro\-  mir w.irn.s Xo ."HP-Jo of its Idml h,>i  ai ven   Mini   sat>.-i\wl ion  THE l,NDIA_NTRAPPER.  Tho   Ki'd    21 nit   ii;"? -i I^t"C��i   Uys   for   ifef.   '  Kcuutiful In Nsluic���'A'iio Hupyiy i  ilutitii]:; ii riui'uls. ,  It is dawn when the Indian trap- I  per leaves his lodge. Jn midwinter of ,  the far . north, dawn ' couios late. ���  Stars, which shine with a hard, j  clear, crystal radiance only ' seen in j  northern skies, pale in the gray  morning gloom; and the sun comes ,  over the hoifron dim through mists .  of frost     smoke. in   an     hour  thu   ;  frost mist, lying thick to the touch, '  like clouds of steam, will have clear- f  ed, and there will be nothing fi oin ,  sky line to sky line but. bonding slin- I  light and   snow-glare. .    I  The Indian trupper must be far  afield before middaj". Then the sun '  ca.sts no man-shadow to scare game ' '  from his snares. Black is ihe flag '  of betrayal in northern niiowinter. it |  is by the big .licjuid eye, .glistening '  on the snow like a black marble, ���;  that the trapper detects the white j  hare; and a jet tail-tip streaking ov- j  or tho white wastes in dot^ and ,  dash'-s tells him the little ermine, j  whose coat rnu-'it line some emperor's ' ,  THAT FLOUR?  it's worth its weight in gold. It's  the best seller because its cpiality Is  best. It is made by Ogilvic's mills,  and it is made right, of the best  wheat. It will make the whitest,  sweetest, most healthful bread and  the finest cakes imaginable.  BUY  '" 'OQIEVIE'S " "  ungarmn   riour  and  have THE BEST  coronation   robe,   is   alte  itelv   scud-  as he grows  hot,     lie     throws  naming bai;eheadcd  ihe clit-riL.  Dutch  Ci'ifie.' a  us' their  giatis.  peoj le consiui.e over li>ib. oi  head \-eurly���twice a.s it nrii  iieaie.st compel i'urs.  ; hi> I'.eK  f-,.1..l!' .W!> 1CII.XKV niKKH'it/l")  yir ,1 \\". \S ilder .' 1' . I.n' o-;;e ib>'  ^��� mj-ii."- ' "I iii-i sab r>cr to .-������.( ie  l.tct's-  el   Cola   .nid   ICiihii v   P.itKi'ltv    i  I,..,  In-:  'I i',  i". i  111'!  fie -Mi^  : ���> 11'   ;  ! I'..ra.. lei'  . u l.i'i- all  v :\if ' I'e  ,1 " in fa.  ,   uu ili> ir.c  1  11!  Ml  !;.   aflii) i!   i no  n ��� ��� :i      ie  (l-i'i-   ronioilios   !ia-\i'-   l..i!-ii  l> 'st    nioiiii in ;    !    li i   o   e   i-i  't.'---0     "l-l'lil      'S     '.Sll'    I'lHil'i    of  l o '<��� i" ��� a. o an.)   uu: ii \     i!i ii  Vi'iis'i   "j-easv   dishes,  with  Lever's  !)r\   Foap.  will    remo\o     ti.e    trrea  grealest   ea5-.'.  |��e!h   or   jiaiis  |I'IV.'(1|--|-  ^vilh  Tl  the  . .\luioid eeims- have been found to  rc'.-iin then vitaiiiy for 21 d.vvs ia  garden earth; for 82 .days in sand;  and  in  ice  (or a  year or more.  >% ft K���'WEEKLY Pollinc, Acmo Tuaip Gov-  siS'-E'tLP (ji-nors ll.c maiib .'>U puniL/5 work  >'...-y, and fit ,->b kinds (iron nr wood). Mills run  willi half it'ssv. uid. Awa^Pxrhisii-e ti-rriiory.  II.- ir.ents -ell it. PUfrti' GOVEnHORS,,  17"  Prir.ccss Street. VViampeti-  of   abif^si    c\ ,.,-y   lianif  ilrofn   i":imii   (lie   hoilv  and    a. -  '������ i    .'J: lifi        is   the      '  Ji()imr ��� ���.I! eel- :;i lium  that of the [���.eolhiuan;  the   I ri.si'.imiii's.  and  -.iQff  ni/irsAN'Bv 0|.- yio'i']ir:Hs  )l.C0iniiieiid Buby's Own Tablets. ���'!  ^vOuld ,���,i j,,. \V;t|UHlt them." is a  JfiJ-V-familiar sentence in theirdetters  to i|{. tiu. -i\iIi]L-tf-. get this praise  M'tfp'y beiau.si- no other medicine has  C^Ct ilon,. So IlillC|1 j() relieving, and  curli r ,|���,  iViiiisrd's tiuijiieEt'Lufiibcrnaa's Friend.  The total nalioual debt of th--  se^cu great [lowers is only about S.'IS  in t aeh  S.'tai of  their nalion.il WLnkh  Hollo-., ay's Cm ii Omi> e; tlie im-du-ini1  ni. ii'ino\(�� all l.iatiH of corns and \\a ris,  un.l only <o:,ts 1 lie .smidl mijii ot i\\i-ntv-  li\ e  ceiit.s  Three hundred and se\ i nl.i -<i\ e millions of herrings weie landed al Yu-  nioiith, hhigland, last season. thai  being a   record   op   I o  date.  I  niinor ills of infants aixl  n'.'dien.  ��� Levi lYrr\, Rfiseway, NV S..  "I take great, pleasure in l'e-  t'lKiing Hab.v's Own Tablets for  and const ination. 1 have never  anything to.efpial them for  (roubles." Ik-sides curing colic,  1'iition and indigestion, Baby's  "ablets prevent croup, break up  expel worms, allay the iriita-  iccompaiiyiiig, the cutting of  sweeten the stomach and pro-  heal th-giving sleep.' Cluaranteecl  v ��jip ltain ncither ojiiates or other  *^2&rillf"1 ���thuigs.'.'Rold at -2-5 cents: a  I i^J0? bv nl] druggists or niay be had  f " IDy^vwiUng the Dr. Williams Medicine  J,t Co,, Itrockville, Out.,  I J   ^      ,       . ___ ____���  ��� .      .  |,$ r     /The death   rale of. 271  of the la.rg.  .      iest cities of Europe, and America has  l"   sn*a*,c"  h-oin. 21  per.1,000   in  1S99  to  ' J-S^por 1,000 -iu'lSOO.    ���  ."r^ '   '   :������������ '  ^  your  ih  say-��  ec\ni  colli  lodr  lie  oa  Owi  toltl  tiOU  leeti  riot  to  Uelgium has 201 head of  1 .liOO iii'i'is. \'.'e have only  head.  c.illle P- r  1 IS head.  1(|UK|I!I,  bower   of  in   IVru,   has   never  seen   a  ram,   yet   has   1 I.OO'i   peo  ple  Twenty-one difTerent Minis of fun^i  are known to be luminous in the  dark.  The world uses up Y.000. -tons . oh  ���qiiicksilver in a' year, anil of. this  ainonnt Great Br.-itain's share is  1 ,l'i00 tons. 11" is.' -worfh $11,000 a���  ion. .      ,       ���  l'�� 'No   fn'milv  {_  fehoiih]   im '  lVinK   in   a   bilious   count rv  ip-i-.    ���"-   without   T'ariiu']f.H>'s   VoL't'lable  ��.iUS i fou'   <Iose��   tiit-on " now; iviul   t.h'on  ,WW I fop the liver active, cleiinse thfi  .BUaincli nntl bowols from all ��� bilious  ������!,Cftn',' ��� J"'ov<,"t- atrue. l\rr. .T. T...  i^rlci Shoals. Martin Co.. Tntl.. writes :  ��JSi r1] ,1.rip<1 " l)ox "f Tarniele.Vs Tills  ��5*i n(1 "Y'i" lh0 best iao<lii-iiio for fever  end ftcue I have ever used,"  j '������������������ .��*   ..   "^Russia  has  more, horses  than  any  ���or nation.  nearly 21  millions    in  A Wonderful Medicine.  FOR ALL  ding over the drifts and diving be- j  low iho snow .with th" foi ward wng- !  gling of a snake undtr cover. lint ;  the moving man-shadow is bigger  and plainer on I he snow than the ,  hare's eye or the ermine's jet lip; so j  the Indian traj-J"-'' si'ln oul in i he !  gray darkness of moie'ii.;- and must. ;  reach his hunting eroupds .before  high noon. ( '   i  "With long snows'.*!!"1-, that carry ���  him over thu dri;ti; in tu-;ii," coa; t - ]  ing strides, p.. -'v. mgs out in,, that;  easy, ambling, Inaian 'rot, wln.-ii ,  give:, never a. .inr io (be runnel', nor ;  rests long enoii'^ii tor the snows to  crunch beneath his tread.' Tho old j  musket, whic-h he got in trade from j  the fur post., is over his shoulder, ;  or swinirin^ lightly in one hand. .-\ \  hunter's "knife And nhor't-Iiai.dled ;'  wood.'.'ian's axe liang tiiroueji the:  bonded scarf, belting in his loose, J  caribou capote. I'owdor-honi and I  heavy muskrat gawutlr-ts are attach- ,  ed to (lie cord about his neck; so j  witl.'o'.a losing either he can fight i  bare-handed, free *and in inoLion, at I  a moment's notice. And somewhere, j  in side pockets or hanging down his ���  back, is his skiperioynn���a skin bag ���  .with 'amulet against evil, matches,  touchwood, and a scrap of pemrni-  can.,  A  back, his    hood,  and loose about  IDach breath clou'ds lo frost against (  his fare "till ha!'- and brows and j  lashes are f: inged with frozen- moisture Tho white man would hugger ���  his face up with r.carf and collar (he ,'  moie for this, but tho radian knows j  better. Suddenly     chMIcd     breath;  would soak scarf and collar wet ,to !  his, skin; and his face would be fro/.- i  en before he could'go five paces. IPu :  with dry skin and c|idckeui.d Idood j  he can defy the keenest cob); so he  loosens his coat and runs tiie faster.  As the light grows, dim forms  shape themselves in the gray haze.  Ccu'os and domes and cornices of  snow heap' 'the underbrush iind  spreading larch bows. Kvergreons a'\-;  edged ��ilh white. '.Nuked , trees  stand like limned statuary with an  antIcrcd / crest etched against the  white giarc. The snow stretches  away in a sea of billowed, white  drifts that seem to heave and fall to  the motion of ihe runner, mounting  and coasting and' swimming over the  unbroken waste Hire a bird winging  the ocean. And against this endless  stretch of drifts billowing away to a  boundless circle, of which the man is  tho centre, his form is dwarfed out  of all proportion, till he looks no  larger  than   a bird  P.bovc  t lie'.sea.  When' the sun rises, strange'"color |  effects arc caused by' the frost base,  livery shrub takes fire: for the ^ ice  drops are a prism, and the result is  the same as if there had been a star  shower'or rainfall of brilliants. Does  the Indian trapper seo all this? The  white man, with white man arrogance, doubts whether his ta^^,uy  brother of the wild's sees the beauty  about him, because tho Tndian has no  white man's terms of evpr.-ssiou Rut  ask the bronzed ti aiiper the time of  dav,   and he tells  you by   the  length  "8  If you hope to exhibit your atock at the  Fall Fairs, start now and get them in perfect health by using  Dick's Blood Purifier  It will   Isolu you   to  carry offth��  Blue   Ribbon.  Fifty Cents p*r package.  X.EAMIXG, MlbHS & CO., Montreal, Ajjenta.  ���T-*  32Sg!32gsSe@g��3gi5te@��33^^  ��*%  <L# I L*> O? I if  is  IF  ���**% u%  IE EIBEI������?S  BRSIPERVE0U3 SHEATHiHS  ���9* KB"    *-^ 1*" C~ *l  3U38.Q3NO PAPER MADE.  It Is very much stronger ansl thlokor thitn. ariy other <tHrred or Ttijilldlns)  paper. It'ts ImporrloaB to wind, koups out odd, Ucops in boat, carries nc scaoll  or odor, absortin no moisture, lmi>arts no taste or flavor to anytKlng Tflth  vrUlcli It conies tn contact. It Is largely usoj not only for BhOtitlntf honsos, tent  Coy Hnln&r cold   storage   bnllcUngrfl,   refrlsrarators.-^-tlalrleh.���aifa.nit\^it\u���fcariL All  Filaoes where the object Is to keep *,n even   uacl   zmtform   tcinxVeratur*,   aad   ot  .ine sKina t'm�� avoiding dampness.  VTrito oar Agents, TKK8 & 1MBRSSB, Wlnalpec for euniples.  TS��StE  BE.  ES.  EDDY OC5.,  Umlteei,  HULL.  /  /}  J���^  VL<  3      '/ ��� ***? '/  j    ?,ear   Glasgow,   Scotland,   an     o!d-  ! fashioned  >.p\vi;oineii  engine has  been  at work at^a mine continuously since  lStW.-  It   develops   27   horse-power.  As every Asthmatic knows all too  well, attacks ol asthma come on  without t\\ arning, usually from two  to three in the moiming. L stronyly  advise an immediate investment oi  ..^1.115 in the thive following reme-  ,li0-S :���i)r. Augtict Koenig's Hamburg  jb-east.   Tea.    br.      August c   Koenig's  of shadow  the sun  casts,   or  the    fie-   Hamburg  Drops',  and St.  Jacobs Oil.  greo   of  light  on   the  snow.       Inquire j f|.onl   your     druggist, so   as     to   have  "the     season     of  the    year,      and-   ho | Vn0.n   in   the  house   ready   for  use    at  knows   by   tho   slant   sunlight  coming j G1!Ct.  up through  tbe frost   smoke,     of     the i   i'p1-1.,,tni|.!it.    Take   Dr.   August   Koc-  southc-rn  horizon.   And  get.   him talk- j ,,'j^-^   |[an,biu-.r  Brea.^f Tea   at-    nigh-  ing      about      his     Happy      J,li:mi"ff j ongoing to bed, hot. and slowly. St.  grounds,  and  after   be  has     filled     it iiIac^bs oii  should be used a  with   tho  implemenats   and    creatures j ,v.mi apolication across the  and  people  of the ebase,  he_   w-,11 ���c- j t .(in  o- ('h(. c.host  scribe it in  the metaphor ot  what be I  has  seen at  sunrise and sunset   under |  the   Korthern   lights.      lb-   does     not ;  !      -  of the  indiivi-t  causes of a.-.thma,  August.   Komiig's  Haniiiiirg l'roj.s  see these things with tho gabbling ex-  clamatoi'i.\s     of a  touiisl.      Uc    s..os  them   because   they   sink   into   his   na- ^ XaY]        T,u,  fon  meni ai i , , ��� .  ,.  Iiliuitic    sllniild     !)���''   ."> er'l II11  an oiit-  op Poland on the throat,  following the bronchial tubes or .vr  passage's. As the stomach is a!w.i.\.-:  more or less aiiecled, and coiislitules  uno  l'r.  ins  ture and become part of  furniture.  The   most   brilliant   description   th  writer    ever    heard     of tbe  hereafter ! iood.   avoid   neb     dishes     oi  was   from an  old   Creo se.uaw,   tooth-   foods,  as  potatoes,   and   whit  .less    wrinkled   like   leather,   belted   at i Remember   that   Irom     the  I the  waist  like a sack of wool,    with j blood  is led.  and   iroin the  tissues  I of the asthmatic should be careiuiiy  'considered. Take plain, tumrisl'.n .;  Iji-jmiI    avoid   rich     dishes     or  starchy  Pro.nl  i     the   food     the  ilood   the  'pusuisoraers,  Sick Meadaclie, Constipation;  Wind ari Pains la Sfomaci!,  Impaired  Disordered Liver a.  ion,  Female Ailments.  PKEI>AKKD ONLY BT THK rROrKIETOH,  Thomas'Beccham, St. Helens, Eng.,  Sold by ail Druggists  In Canada and U. S. America.  In boxes, 25 cents.  hands of dried parchment and moccasins some five months too odoriferous'.- Her version-...rari. that heaven  would: be full of music of running  waters and south winds: that .there  would always be warm gold sunlight  like  a midsummer     afternoon,'    with  ar'j      formed.     This  forgot k ii.    The   diel  sho'ihi  never be forgot Un. The diel which 1  have advocated is the proper food for  ���the blood of the Asthmatic Vvho has  ii .tendency to ily^pejisia.', constipation  aiid nervousness. The blood is the  life,   and  where     it   is  debilitated.. . it,  ��� purple shadows, where -tired > women j must, be made, rich 'and pure, hence X  could rest; that the trees would- bo j.recommend T>i{. August Koenig's  covered with blossoms, and all the I. lain burg .-.Drops, in conjunction with  pebbles  of the shore, like dewdrops.��� | Hamburg!' Breast rlea 'and  St.  Jacobs  Miss   A.   C.   Laut,  the Trapper.  in "The  Story  of ��� on.  Tiie  vaca  marina' is  the   largest'of  fresh Avater   fish.    It,   '.weighs'up     t<  Hunj;iu-iiui Ornsn.                   "1.200   pounds.    11   is :found   only" ii  j,   If   Hungarian    grass  were  cut   for : the  Amazon  and ".Orinoco.  J hay as early as it should bo���that is, j        _ ���        ,  In   first     blossom���it  would   lie  moro ' ~ ���    ���  i highly regarded,  for  while it   has not.  been   ranked     with   hay  made    from  the  leguminous  plants   its  analytical  : classification  approaches so   near    to  them     that  it  is   worth  considci-'ing.  'Its  habit  of  quick  growth  makes    it  especially     valuable   for planting after  some  earlier  crop   is   removed,  i     Unless-   the  land, is  very   rich'    al  these    crops     will  manifest   approcia- ���  lion   of  an   application  of ��� about 200 .  pounds    acid    phosphate,   -10   pounds '  muriate    of     potash   aiid   10   pounds ,  nitrate    of  soda  and   heavy   applica- I  lions     of the   manure  ot  tillage.���\V. '���'.,.���,        ., ,-, ... Y  F. McSparran in Stockinan and Far- ��� W'11    make    them    SOtt��    whlfc9   and  mer, fleecy.; 7B  TISi  O^,^^  STOGK FOOD  TO ENCOUHAGIS ITS" USE ure kIvIdr  tic. lollowhiff prizes for competition tt  ibt Winnipeg  Exhibition   of   1903.  '6  m  .D  At Winnipeg  Exhibition ...  FIRST  PRIZE.  For tho hsaviust calf, Rny pure breed,  or srrade, born after tho 1st January,  1903, .'ed on Us.rnefa.c St,ock Food, $100  ia   srold.  SECOND  PRIZE.  For the second Heaviest Calf, auy  purs bre��Kl, or pr��-de, born after 1st of  January. 1903, fed on Cu.rr.ofuc 3tock  Tood,  ?50   in   pcld  T1IIKD  PRIZE.      '  Fcr   the    third   heaviest   calf,   any   pure  breed,  or  prude,   born   after  1st of' Janu-  try,   1903.   fed  on   Carnafac   Stock  Food.  C2.-5  tn frold.  CONDITIONS'   ���  Only one entry will be allowed from  each Farmer or Stoc.'.inan. and stock  r.o'i.t be exhibited ut ths VTinaiueu Ei--  hliiillon.  F.viclence i:iust tin j.roducod at the tlma  of exl'ihition to show that ths, -iuhaaU  w*re fori  or;   Carr.ofnc  Stock   Food.  (--nin-fiic luis |ii-ov(.'n a dociiied sucrese.  !��� -inrdiiK into coinl.iion nnd ftUteninu  viiere otlier footib fail, Seru! for leuflet,  eivm? the vi.nva of vo*>*i itiuflans as to  the merits of Cn.rii��?fac. Thov all tpeaJc  Uglily  of   it.  TRY CARSiSF/iC   r��R  YOUR STOGIf.  iV. G....DousJaSj .ir?a��ufaoturep,  Prlnoens Street, W;on {pen.  You  can   obtain   It   from, your  dealer.  LADY: AGENTS WANTED  VXJkji.U��-.',,.:j .-.^  Sipv^v^  AaAAm  ���ri4S*i��i~I  ffy.NriVTi  \AA)  Sunlight  will   not  injure;  arden them.    It i  B��il Selllr.e Sldrt Supporter und Walsl Adjusto  rrer IntrnJuceJ.    Sells at slcht.  'Good profit. .*  S-n.i ':'"��� �����'->ts for ssmpls snd terras to asrrnts  DRUSH &  ZO.',' Oept.   W. TOROfVTO.  Tho "taiprj'OvilSD DEWEY"  ,   S3G15BJ,E . STOGSC   WATERER  I 1 L'atontcd April 24, 1900.1  Attuichablc to Tank Pipo or Barrel  Never {'��� ts ��� ut of ��rder; no repairs necessary;  5d siiuplu a child can attach it; unquestionably  the 11'niy satisfactory NVattirer madu.  i.'.vorv (armor needs one or more ot thom.oven  if iio docs not rai-o more than TOTJK HOGS.  ,   ���For Sale Bv���  ROBERT M.. MOOSE, -   ���   WINNIPEG, MANITOBA.  Much '.. of  iw'.i.s.'fnnii.  l!,c ;  hick  wi.rld's  iii , llll.'Ol  loverly  rc-  v"*../.  fKt.  X.J.   Wc.  *3i.  ill     / ifj-M  SBGn  ?*f!t .�����':,���,  �����  .i.."'i-:  iff  ���^^tS^^^t???^^ -*W ;~-z  *-J _���'=-_��'..>  -���=��2s��rc2����3Sf?^  7Cotl>iiig l,fhe >..,ii��-riento.  ���~-���   -.--:: -    --��� --   '-- =iPCi:st:coi:r3?sjiio:��>gocKl  tLrfn "Ion e;<-|  f**  | J Jff  'ifclishcdir t!.e ;;:!?: cr/.ci Lcspccplsb0"3^-'   c:��o l:t.irs  aboufY    Tall  ai    -   ' ;, fe  ^fSSE^Z^  '"' . '  .el JYo>:^ r aC ZiCzZ Kcol^zcry.  tr.Rz. il:c[ Misml.e.YtlnY Cck'e, Chopra i  P 11719'OT ytfBSC'ril'TfO.J  ^ 2C  SATURDAY. JTJVE 20, 1903.  ^"iVt T.vi'.'T 'KtXCTlON.  Nov; U:a.t it is certain the: 6 will be  an election within a fc.v iuonths.it ia  Inleicstiug to turn back and review tlip  lctult of the Inst election in South  E.if.1 KootnMy, which,took place Juno  and Diarrhoea T?erj-dy v/Ili cr.ro chol- j  era morbus, and he rr.'.l most likely!  forget, it Lf/oi-B the end 'of the day *  Let him have a severe attack ' of tliat'  diseasp, fool that h-;Y about tn die,!  use this remedy, nail learn' from Ins '  ov-'n ezperienca bew Cuic^iy It gives]  rol.'ef, and he will lem-smber if, ai] hi.-,  life.    For sale by >\l\ druggiYf;. j  ���snEsaKWWJ ^iiss^waranciir^GwaB^^  3arapbsl  Residential  street.  Residential    lota   on   Tavistock  street,  '    JTouso and lot on Victoria street.  House sod  let'on  Lako Shoro  avenue.  NO. 366��� A. E��. '$"���  Meets in (he I. 0. O. P. hall every  Saturday evening r.t H o'clock,  Yisib'nj,' br;'tk-re:: dr.i cordially invited   to   attend   i::csa   meetings.  Fnu-  Su;:>:ki;..-,  Pros,  :i:.sto.\; j  feec'y.  ��-aCO*Torear=xiTKT.  .business  street.  block    on     Victor;.-  Why you should buy       " j  FAIR PLAY CHEWINf  "OBACCO  '.),   -1900���llirco   year::    ago.    Af.   that 1 0,,.-,. Tro,, ., .     ,  j    ,.        ..                     ..                ,.,  ,       KJiOAuSji it is the jjest quality,  election   there   v/oro three candidate   -on/"! �� ir-r.   ���       ���-  ~ ��� ,     .   lii^OAU&J-j   it   is   (ne  most lasting  "    _        smill  Hoyk>  .:.....'  CU '  Cranbrook 12?  Wnrdncr .".. ., 30  Kl],-o        f ., ..   -  ���i.-:ic; c.-ci-J- ,'. . ;'  ; on Vie 'li.' iv  ifll'l.,..  .   1-!  V.  i'--n..,;.,..  o    0  . *.  - :*ii)i.'      .  . V  ,-  1  ���  1    ,  Co-li.  Fcnn."1  S'lH  ��9  ..SI  /  ,    "~5  s  i.  V  1  1'J  :���.  fl  7;)  (     f  202  ��� s  o  in tho Geld���flu. C. Smith. Win. Fernie i       < ,  ci,e.y  and John   J?.  Oostigcu.    There   wcra ' JBECA5JSE  it ' is   the   i,.\j?fij:s-   high  974 votes enst, dislributed a��3 foliov/s: grade 10 or 20c plug.'  BECAUSE tho x.vfis aiie VAi.imiui fori  ^(J < premiums until Jan. 1, 1903 I  BECAUSE v,-e cu.iunxre every [>lu*C',!  , ,and " ,    *''  I.-ECA7JSI-'your dealer   is   autboraied  Good dairy business near towu.  Mining stock,  FOB BENT.  Office rooms and living  appart-  rnents on Victoria street.  Houses for rent.  We do   a. general   commission  business. :-  loirt-ftind   your   mnnnv  if  ���" you aro not sntisfiprl.  arrell fi  n  %  Box \15.  MOYIE, li. C.  Q\V11K KilVIRE TOJBAOOO CO.   Ltd  Since the Just election South  E.ist    gMd -g  t\j.ot(;n:i3' bus been   tiividtfd   into   tv/o:   ill'jj..  i-.(.vionil di-=tncds, and the number   of  voin j ii the new distiict, or Cranbrook  :iir--!r:ct, would be "as  follows:    Moyie, |  Vl'AAr.mbrook. .20-1;   Y/ardner,   21;'  'XfZvy Creek, G;    Wasu,   I'd;, Kimber-  :ey,G7.���Total, ��*4fc-.�� ft-     '  ilowever tbe result of the  vote  ibis  year will be somewhat changed,    For  instan'ce, V/ardner   will poll   a  much  larger vote this year than it  did  three  ' yoars   ago.      Kimberley's    vote    -will/  .likely fall down some., but  Marysville,  .which has  swung up   since   the last  o  election, v:ill poll a good size'd vote, i  '/The vote at Moyie will be fully as  l.ircje as it was al the last election.  While there are not so many miners  employed horc, the number of lumbcr-  ' men have greatly increased, and there  are more Canadian sili:;ens amougstt  them.    'Ins.- thu vote c?  Vahli. Jlvan  S9��<^^S3��    Wlldey  r>o:lSa  X.-.. ���i i ! . W  '���.'TT*:. -*>^ "V0   r^. Y"-3> , L"\'  l Meet3 every Idonday evening in   their   ' (S  Jiall   on   Victoria street.'   So-ournini; I . j^v  Odd Feilows cordially invited. ���! , Hi  I "KS  A. I). JJrummoxxj,        E..J. Pmyvij',     .   ^  Noble Grand.    ' rieer'y.     '    g  I Moyie Board of Trade ' ^  fleets on the ih-st Wednesday    -  evenincr of each   -month'at  S o'clock sharp' in tho co^rt  Jioiii-e.  Jamks Cho.vj.v, Ifon. .i/rc-t. '  A. 1'. MAciio:;AL��, Pre$.  id��Jt tJ&tj  Tho.safesL buy of the   season.'and   you   will   double v(,u'-  -.ira.-,  money in (hreo mpnths.    The company   iiave   12'   <���],.,,  \Vhich surround die St. Eugene   mine���the   largest si In  lead mini; on the American continent.  ^>  Cures Pain Instantly  P.' P. Joiixstow',  Vicc-1'rcs.  E. Oaii rnKi.i,,  Scc'v.  Harvey , &   2��IcCarter,  rOKTSTEEMS, U.C  -   in any part of body. |     nw���r, accnor* p^.���,  RKVELSTOK.r., Ji. C.  Stocks bought and  sold on margin by  Witbout taking a <}rop ol  medicine. , AH tho superficial  pains are relieved without tho  big risk ot taking dangerous  drugs 'into the system. , Tts  work   is    simply   marvelous.  Beale3 HuteliisoB  & ElwslH  laxaSu  Ifpjicl Office nafeK5-��ira       en,      sj  Watch Kepairt.nc. a Si-scr.vi.Ty.  *        i  ,<fA' ���^^Sr>?"rfr7r>-^  jssiU^i -���:, c:%. -y^. 3s  �� Price, ^S.OO.  CHRISTIAN '  NIELSEN,  hlOYIE, 1j. C.  ' tl  O. F. DErlAULNIER  DEAIER IX  ESS  Barristers ���& Solicitors.  W. F. G-UIID,  I  ^i>  For Particulars npply'to  ^        ;.   ..-.���������  AVI  liARHTSXElt; SOLICITOR. EXC.  FARRELL & SMYTH,  1  ���a  i-i  .!  /a  'I  j  .1?  ���1  'A  MM  \.  *��� = ' Jti  *-jCa��  CRANBROOK.  ��l��.��U��WPl'||LJ ^| j MUWJ4l*mw  B. C  '     '      ,        - ���      . MOYIK, JI. c, ^  Agejit  i  Y  BK�� F. E. KING,  GranJbrook, B,  O.  T|I|  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q  Queens' Ave.      MOYIE  G-eorge H. Thompson,  Barbi&tkh, SoLrqiTOH,   No j llflfgSj  tary 3>uhijc, etc. j  Solicitor for the Imperial  Rank of Canada.  CRANBROOK,  Biurim Cou-Mi!r.v  Toilet Articles  Drug and Stationery '  Store.  Office Stationer)'  School Supplies.  P>r  l**9l  heinicals.  5*-; vO^^iHB-  ,!s;o#S  ? A  ,1'r-  k  P.  NV:  ^"?-Ji'!;-^^-^"  COSMOPOLITAN  W. F. TATE.  )-���';  Yero is nolhhig'to hinder an independent or a labor candidate  entering the  coniest in any  of   the" different  constituencies, j ...-��..  ..��AJJ)  There are three newspapers published |     Jp.tvsler.   CRANBUOOE.  B.  C  the Cranbrook Electoral  districl-thc | ofneial Walch Inspector for" i?0' C P <  Oranorook   Hercld,   the  i^crt  Steele;              R. Crow's Nest Divw,��   "    '! 0u* aira '-5 lG ?lGi^ Wl;-orr��  Prospector end tho Moyio Leader, 1 ho ! ' i  Herald will it al! probability   pin its: -^~ ^wss^ssj? ���    ,  faith lo the   Liberal 'party,   and   will -  support a Griuibrook   man   if   one  is  put up.   The  Prospector is Conservative in politics and v/ill support a Conservative., providing he is  not a   Cran- j  brook ir.au,  British Columbia  Good d.vii ir:d 'oqUM baos*  itlv/ays on hand.  a  The best of..'afloonv.Hodatiori&  for^the traveling public,  J'^McMahon, Mg-r.  .' Ml  o Lender  is  abtfolutelvj  independent^ in   politics, and   v/i JI   go j  into ihe campaign free hacdecj and in  pbsitiouMo suiiport the jnest coin potent man for tb.e office.    '.  mnn rr |J0SEPh' niederstadt, Prop! ==========^^^  W \\   I K   K "   jJ'fHi   J.-INB   TAILORING   GO'  ���.���=====2=2=2=22:       n  ||   r^r^Trj  WW Bflfif Pnrfor and rinftisri  Seer Always on!  ftua,lity not excelled in the country.]!;;Try3iti'and  be convinced.  roc C-rusit .1  Jilblr.  Iu ^]:;io;t, every neighborhood uomc-  0':c h:ir; died frcm au atl.iok tu" colL' ur  cliobira morbiif!. often bef.ue medicine  et.'.I'l b'- procured or a'jibj ^i';iim nvm-  'MiiieU.    A   reliuble   resnl-dy for   ih'.at  di-.j.tfc'e.-. ihoubl bi: h'. pt, at  lu.nd.    Thu  ii~i.- ip loo great   for  anyone   to   take.  Chamberlan's    Colic.     Cholera    and  Diarrhoea  J-Cemedy   ha.--   nndoubtedlv!  saved (he live* of more iieonle und ie-  lievcd more p.-ijn   and   tuilViing   than  ;ttjy  i>\b.(n   nr.:dicinc   in   use.    Jt can  ahv.iv:: b'i c^it'iided upon^    Lor  siic  hy all dnggsitir.  NOTICE.  In Ihj i:iai'.cr oi Tuc Act to rciinlate ll:o clear- j  Jiif of liivcrs and Streams,  boiug  Chautcr IRS. I  K.S. U.C.,.IS'-)/.     .,.-','... . '      . . '       ,  ���'   ..  Nofioe is hereby YivfMi  that "appliciilioii   lias/ ���'   ���"���  . iioen liiiiflo by thuKust Kootcuriy Lumber Com-     b n p w 'pa pi  tiuuy. Limited,  of   (;n>nbniok,   Uriti.sh! Coliim-      S  g    O g 8 3    @S  nic, to: thu I.Jeu(f:ii.int-G(AcriiG.r. in .Council ,? f ilsl I3 ?tv  ' uiKleriho pron'M'ttiiB of tho above incnlioufd &fta9**����faiSB  '.^i:l..for Kuliionty to jii'ooceil  upon   tlie oxpira- ��~  .ion oi .sixty dnya from the first: puMic.atioir'of  iliit; jiolioe in th'o British Columbia Gazette and  Yoyie Leader, newspaper at Moyie, B. C, with  iho. removal of .obstructions ��� aii;i. Hie 'eo'nsli-iic-'"  tion of darns, slides ��� aud:, booms, and other  works vlioreii'i and theivoir noceK'siiry, to faciii  late the flotuiuii and tninsmitiiner of logs and  timber, in the jMnyie river . below Ihe lower  . .Moyii; lake, and ulso to take and use uny lands*  which may be necessary lor the eoristruution  of liie Ktiid works,-alsb that the toll rate pro-  nosed 10 be charged is' 3-2.00 .per'thousand feet  board ninaf-iire. ���    '   ',. '  .  ��� Also that tlie wnitl i:ompaiiy have deposited  M'ivh '..lie Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Vvot'ks, nt VJelnnn, li. C, maps aid plans and  book '.if reference, as reguired by the said Act.  .'.. 'the lands and. wd'.i-r to be all'ectod by the  ynid v.'ork will )jc the lands, aujoiniug and tin;  ���.vaters of the Ri'.iu iMoyie river below iho .said  Moyie lak'i, and the saiu loiv'cr Moyie Like.  Billed al Ciaubroo,'-:, H. C, tbis  /n'nili  d'l.v <--r  A.pri), 1:K'3.'       . W  I.-. i;;i;kd',  Eoiiclt-or for'th - A'.j|.licom.s.    .Craubrook,'!). C  XKJ |  *-&*4  xo a:-:d I'jtoii all  �� -1 (f^   ^i  ��l^*- fJKI  MBSOEANT "TAILOS.  "-"���0��fflK'j<rv��rmn��S��1  *��T �����f?"C    K.^^      *^*S��.       tita'  ^.��(^��  �������������   -w-����_^���  fi)  fi)  ' 'ft  ft  ft  to  to  V  rTOTfH  i!>  ���y  (!  z^. i'T. jo.nj\'s:iOjy  j.. .t -i.t��--./tb ^.ifl v fJIi  and  Orders  Taken on  Everything- .  in the Printijip-  i- ���        . ^  juine at the   VJA--  l'Mnc   Suitingd,    Overco.Uing  Tronarrs,   Iiii-K-.rted     Goods.  B. .0 I Thw Hotel is New and well Furnished.  Tiie- i  xabjes are Supplied with the Best the *  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with j  ���  the <*est Brands of Liquors and Cigars. .;-  CF  i  f  i.  i\  s4  II  ft  w  :0iST KOUTEriAY EDTRISS  CO.'S  j - "liKANBRQOK, B   C  Areated Waters of all!I  HEADQUARTERS- FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  o  Railway  e  Brwr-K pjiB^gjTCBcigni.T:  St" -'. Jbseph's   Convent.  KJSJjSON, b. g. .'���"���-  gUB^CRTT'.E Foil   THE   LEADER  j^oiirding and Day School conducted by tnc Sislcra of !31. Joseph, Nclaq/n  B. 0. Commercitil and buflinesp  courses a specialty. Excellence find  swift progrc:B cli.'iraoteaixe each department. Parents should writo for  particular?. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of Hie  Sisters'inethoiiH of teaching.' Terms  comniaicc ."lanuary, Y\jiril and Sei't,  Pupil.s are admitted during term,  .,'������" ".' to ���'','.'..   '���������,:'  Spol<ane, 'Seattle   an'd  Coast Points.  ������Si. Paul, DuluLh/Miiineapolia    ,  ���Chicago.and Points East.  fh���trains'-'dailv q '  '�� .' FAST "TIME.-./.    .  New   Equipment; .'Throughout,    Day  Coaches, Palace   and   Tourist  Sleepers, Dining and liuf-  fet Smoking and ,]ji-  brary Cars. '  ':' '' ' ' '  For Tickets,  Rates,  Folders'and.  Full  informaUjn, call on   or  address any   Great Northern Agent  or wrile  Orders GoSicitcd.  Soda Water  and Syphons.  0  to  momi:, ���-..___ _. mtiTisii.cor.ti.Mitu   v  TIi8 hbIcji it Wm  ? ,  m  'WII0L1JSAI,E Amu RETAIL  u  {lan][p]iin  ���t<  MEAT   'yMBRCHAN-I-b  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game; an'fi Poultry. AV.e  supply only the best. Your  trade solicited.   ' '���;    ''.-.'���  ARHO.W: -LAKE,:,B:  The fVlosf Complete  Health    Resort   or?  v     the    Continent      of  North Arnerlca.  a. it. c. i)i3XNiy.ro.>.-, ��. iv. :r. a.      j  012 Firs^Avenuc.        Skattlk, Wash j IIicadquakt.,,,    kou Fast KooticnaV;  Its. PATHS Cure .all   Nervous   and  Muscular Diseases.      '  r',ris. WATERS     Heal all    Kidnev,  -���-fiver and Stomach Ailments.  In   all   the   Principal {mm7^^       %  ^���o '    '   i    ' ^ ' ��� TERMS^lo tons per ;veelc   nfc-  Oiues and   Towns   in ccnv]in-lo "���sidoncciii i-iotei or vnias.  ��� Sirs. W. A. Press,  -t-'hutographer,  CHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL.  Undertaker  and  Emhalnier.  Coffins, Caskets,��� shrouds of, nil ^''  .j'nnd styles constantly kept iii .slock.  |   . 6flicp~pver Imperial  Bank of  Gnn-  J ada.    Telegraph and  mail   orders .r'o-  ! coivc prompt  a'ttcntioii.    Open   nigld  aud daj'.'. Phone '.!.!     ;  Cranbrook/  B. 0.  t>:  Is  r  *  T\  ritish'; Columbia,  CRAKBR501, B C.  it*  rtta&ll  f<Y ^YY\s'tM  I.Yr?:f;Y^'  in BtOS'E Jiiiildlng;  -aiid Saturday  W. Ji. Sto.n.io, Proh.  tV'  -'���':-if.  ^i  K  .  Ys IJ  "sC.  -y. ��^|r<  Y#l  '���   /iv>>TY  Av ���,���.������'���'.

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