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 r-"��''8XS83X53f*.-  BBfiW  _ ���'���$ffc$*kty-  -Ml  SE.  -V x  :��>-  |.1'^avSwr,--;;-..-  j -,i.'f-ft'-vrf,:^^--^'-.'  r���.l.-i, .|. itlf-*.?*.ij--  f ' .','pi,* ,3-'% f-'-.,���*  t-' .4'* Jr.a*, t :-.-���',  BEING YOUR PRINT-  Ing* to the  * Hlllr*i   'm Iir  *5*IW.  \  *>  <=&  ?.--���**  FULL LINES AT  CANN'S BOOKSTORE  1 ,<  i  -.^fyl-;* *���* ;**-.:. '  -���h-'.^L-l'W'^,  -;=?*," .-a-^-W-t*',  *',   *"K._I,.���* V !rt-'^ ',  VOL. 3, NO. 49.  MOYIE, B. C, MAECH 23.190L  52 A YEAR  *\'.'^|M#���i"::-HUV3  vlilltA  It was Made During* the  Past "week.  TWO SEPARATE LEDQES  ,000 pairs miners' heavy digging shoes  $3.00 to $5.50.  1 ,*���  mi'^Mi^i^m ��� . .   *  p^':*1li��!?#i 1,000 pairs mens fine shoes  i iAm.thm, m ......       * , -      <c<  The Strike was Made in a Croasout from  '  the Ho. 1 Tunnel About 300 Feet  In From Mouth. *.   '  $2.75 to $5.00.  %A^0��M'M' 500 "pairs hoys' and youths' shoes  ^ vfeSSaSK *   ��� ���' ���    ���      $i-9o to 2.5o.  Jfo^%W$A$'"   #0> A full aspof-tment ol ladies and misses   shoes  at all prices.'   Oome  *M$d0��''  K\)y along and bring your feet with you.  REID; CAMPBELL & CO.  f .-* *i")S^r*-Si.7PH*.' '  f-  ���lf  'D  flPltflE v CANADIAN- ��� BANK'; OF  COMMERCE.  M 7r**&:i'x:>k%-MW/'i .. , , ��.  Paid Up Capita   $8,600/000/  t r  f > , i      i *  BRANCH. HUBERT HAINES, MGR  T  n  )  i , c i *  ' " .i       �� �����   .'   ,  .  N, A.".Mackenzie,^Proprietor.  The "Hotel for the  massed.   E^rytiiiig, First  in every   respect. , Sample Rooms for,  Commercial Meii.  ��� _.       ' i^   ii  'MOYIE, ���" " British Colum$&  The expected 'has happened���the  ore body on the Aurora property on  the west side of the lake has -been encountered. During the last (few days  the property has been continually,  looking better. - Some days ago a ledge  of four feet of, concentrating pre was  stmek, but after drifting about 20 feet  further on,,'a three foot ledge of solid  galenjx was come in contact with.  These two ledges are parallel w.th one  another and are well defined,  Tlie strike was made in, the crosscut  of the No. 1 tunnel, which is now in  a distance of 300 feet. This crosscut'  leaves the main tunnel 100 feetiu from  the mouth and runs in a northerly d i-  rection. At the end of the crosscut ir, is  estimated that a depth of'at least 200  feet has been attained.  The strike on the Aurora is one of  tho most important ever made in, the  camp. It has always been contended  by the best mining men of the country  that the * St Eugene lead extended  across,the lake, and' notf' this theory  'has apparently been verified. It also  adds another substantial rftine to the  camp, and one which no- doubt' with  development will prove almost equally  as valuable as t��jetSt. Eugene'.  The Aurora is owned by Thos. Eader,  0. J. Johnson and Capt; I. B. Sanborn.  Mr Sanborn at ��hdpresent time' is in  the Atlin district. It is" the intehtion  pf the owners to continue.-work on the  property in a small way ior a time, yet,"  before launching c/ut on ,&- larger  scale.      * - ���!*==.ts*v  LOCAL    NEWS.  V. Desaulnier   is  on   the sick   list  again.  Of: JI. Miner was out to Moyie  Wednesday,  Dr. Ross of Nanaimo   was   in town  yeste-day.  L. A. Rickers' returneJ  from   Kaslo  Sunday.  G. A. Miner  spent last  Sunday  in  Cranbrook.  , J, A. Harvey of Fort  Steele was   in  town Tuesday!  0. A. Fobte has'- moved into the  Central building, call and see'him.  Will Hill of Cranbrook was in Moyie  between trains Thursday,  G. Wilson, meat ��� cutter for Messrs.  Joll & Hill, was in Cranbrook Tuesday.  Mr. Dennis Shea was amongst,those  who called at the Leader office Monday,  , Mrs, Alexander has disposed,' of her  stock of milliuery and has returned  to Toronto.  T. E. MahafFy has just received a  nice assortment d'f goods. See his ad  in this issue.        ���*'  J. H. Hawke was thrown from ,his  express rig yesterday morning and Was  pretty badly hurt.*  . L. M. Mansfield is ��� out from ' Fort  Steele on a visit and meeting his old  friends.  John Duffy returned from the hospital Monday, having fully recovered  from his illness;  If yotl'Want the best and most economical paint on your house use the  Sherwin:Williams paint, Sold hy 0.  'H. Gilpin.'      '   '  !    C. A. JBWfe,- thei tailor,' has ( moved  his business into,��� ihe  Central  hotel  ���building in the  place  formerly  occupied by Mcintosh's cigar store*  There will be a grand goeninsf given  'a.' v-'Al���.'' *'.- .... _-������*_ -'  IOIIE EOABD OE TEADE  Two Important  Meetings Held by It.  WAGES   AND   HEALTH  Kesol.it...i_a   -were   Drafted    AskinR  Government to Give a Bonnet on  Canadian Jtefined Lead;  ths  ,.-*ak.x6v*^..^k.*^>. -^--^-^-v  *^_  mi  v. a'��-i tur.-x'ts t,   -.-v..7.  Large   sample   room   ih   connection"  with house for coinmer'cial men'.   B;e_ft  of accommodations.  Keadqfudrters for Commericial and Mining Men.  QUEEN yiV<N.JEV  . ^--fojr*^?. >^.">i��-.">-. .  ��� ��� ���^ iroyiB, b. c.  ��� ^i��.-��'*^_k_.*'^i_. ���'^_b��--*�� >_��__��� ,,*��_^ ������'^���w ���'^fc. ���^����_ a^��. ���>���!_!!^'���ffr.' ^S^S^S  I-J  :��M  *.     *-,BjfV.'^  .    f��4^ '*-  ��� Advertise goods at i~ reduced price' when  they fincf out they, have; paid- too m-uc-h' for  i.tinore Kleot -OilTcero*  The Moyie miners union held   their  regular ^'mi-ann hall election last Tuesday e?enin�� and elected' the following  offi'cees foi* the ongoing term ?  .   H.'II, Dimock/rresident. '  ��� .Joseph Shea, Vice="JPresfdent:  ,;   P. T. Smyth, Financial Secr'y.-  ���   S. J. Marsh, Recording Secr'y,''  ���   John Blackburrf, Treasurer',.-  Abe Leggett, Conductor".'  John McTavish,.Warder*.  ,:  Finance Committee���-Wm.  Gallup,  W. G. Parker, Fred Mitchell.  Executive Board���Peter Carrigan,  Fred Anderson"; Geo. Keecf, M. L. Hoi-  lister, Eichard Powers.  !at the Kootenay hotel aa soon   as   the  ���new addition is ready to occupy.'  ; M. ii. Hollistef intends.soon to erect  a sifbat-ihtlal building oti _t,h'e" fro^nt -of  'his lotjn the Lake ShoVe addition,  / Mra. Ud:iVKergi n, who liiia bfedn' sick  for some tfitfe, went into ti^e St. Eugene hospital Thursday." She was accompanied by Mrs. Hollister.  Clearance sale of dolls, doll's heads,  and Other toys;' also, china,   wear;   to  .make room ior new stock*-'till Saturday  30tti. Less than cost pride: , Must   go.  ���Hope's drug store; '  Dr. J. Wi Livers ha's' been  confined  to his bsd for    several days past;  and  has been" unable to attend to" business.  He expects.-to  be able  to  be around  !in a day or two.  rl  There were two board of trade  meetings (his week���one a regular  and the other a special meeting.' Both  were well,,attended and were quite  enthusiastic.  The first was held   in    the   sample  rooms of the  Kootenay  holel,   After  tbe regular routine business of reading  the minuets and dealing tfith th'e communications and bills/etc.,1 a resolution  .'was offered by M.1 L.  Holliter," representing  the   miners'   union,   to   the  effect that   on, all   public .work's   in  Moyie a minimum wage scale of $^.75  per day be,kept up'.    There was   some  debate over the matter, but the motion  was finally, seconded   and carried.'  It  is   the   intention   of  the    waterworks  company when letting their contract  for ihe building of a dam to,have such  a clause relative to wages-inserted.  Mr. Muir strongly objected to. the  building of the pest house so clos'e to  .his place, and' wanted the , board to  take some steps towards having ifc removed to a more isolated spot. The  ���board agreed and promised to .aEe up  'the.matter.  .  ' The . matter of sanittJry regula-  'tions_ w.as discussed ;and it was de-  ���cided to't)'se every effort in keeping  ���the" town clean during the ,coriihg  spring and summer,' * \  i        *.       I"   . SPECIAI)-ItEBTrNti. .'.    ',  A special,meeting'was held Iri Messrs. "Beale <��VJ^itveH's office Thursday,  .evening for the purposo.pf conferring'  .with W. W. Beaton, representing the  Kaslo board ol trade. Mr. 'Beaton  asked the boa'rd of trade to send a representative to Ottaw.i to urge the  matter of giving a bonus of $5   a   ton  Another Case ot Smaltjiox.  Moyie  has ^another   mild   case   of  smallpox.   The victim   this  time   is  Jack Allen, a   miner   who   has' been,  working at the St.   Eugene   mine   for1  some time.    This,case developed after  the quarrantme on the   hill   had   been  raised.    Allen is now in the temporary  pest house which was built a shore distance on this  side of Muir's  sawmilly  -nut will in a lew   days   be   moved   to  another pest   house   which   is   being  built . beyond   the   mill.    The"'   same  nurse is in charge of the  patient  that  looked after Dennis Shea.  Sister Nazareth, the sister superior  of the St. Eugene hospital, hearing of  the new * case brought Sister' Joseph,  down last Thursday to take care of trie  pacient, but as there was only one casd -  and a good nurse in attendance, it was  thought unecessary foi her to remain.  Dennis Shea, tlie first .smallpox  patient,*'was given his liberty last'  Monday.    &e,.f_ still ih town.  The town is under quarrantme to'��� a  dettain extent.    Those  from  the   up'*;  per workings of the St. Eugene are riot  allowed to leave to$ri under any  cir- ' *  cumstarie'es, and the residents fri^tpyn  must,be provided vVitri" a   clear health  certificate    before    leaving*     Persons'  coming into town who are   not   proy-  vided with the same are treated as sue-,   >���  pectd and will have, to remain here tlie '  necessary 16 days.    This is to prevent'  the spread of the' contagion  as  much  as possible.    .        .  iUo'yie;s C'oU'tiioUs-d and Jriii.  '   The government has purchased   tho  lot betweed the Leader ofHce and Geo,  Batley's houses as a site for the court-;  houtc and jail,  tlie   consideration. on|  the part of tho government being,<jj230.,  Thejjalance of the $350 was made"' up  by a popular  subscription   in   town.  The deal was put* through   by   D.'  J.  ���Elmer, real estate agent.    It, is'  the",  intention,of the government to- begin.-  ���vfork on the building  as- soo'ii1 as  the'  mgcess'ary deeds and papers for tho  lot  have been recorded ,���  ou lead refined iri'the dominion for a  .period of ihreh years; so that the  establishing of a refinery .would be  ehcpu'fiiged. The board could not see  its way clear to send a delegate,',b"iit a  committee of ��hree'was appointed to  draft resolutions endorsing the proposition.  ��� . The-round trip'faro- b'ecweeri' Moyiei'  ���and-*Nelsbn has heed "reduced from.  $9.60 to $8. ~       -   - ���- ���  CBA^BROOK    ITEBttS.  r *.  **'���  Miner  enter  .*> r  -\'  ��  'AM  ���vi,vjf*ih  Because-we know the talne of goods and  where to Buy them, and never require^ toask  les^;tlian:the^oriffina]r  St. I'St'rio&s Day Dance. ,  The ball given by" the miner's' union  last Monday   evening   in  Morley  hall  ;was a yery Biiccessful affair from every  .point of vievv.    The attendance   was  .good and the committee in charge left  -nothing undone to   make   tbe   affair  pass of pleasantly.    The hall was neatly decorated for the occasion, and   tho  music by Professors Wilson arid   Murphy   was  excellent.    Thos. Lyons  o''-  ficiated as pronintor and.did   his woik  remarkably     well.      In    the    grand  march th'e figures were made so  as  to  .represent tho lotion W. F. M,, and it  looked very pretty.  At midnight supper was served at  thc Central hotel which' wis well in  keeping with the balance of the program*.  UieJEtti-mft" HJC. Q'roup..     ���  Joseph Shea re'doived the'nev/so'f the f  ^n��tKe'r Moyie property -is  coming  "-' -c ���'-- ���    "���'        **'- ���"   "- -- ,to the front, it is the Emma 5l group,  situated about a mile-, soritli of the  Society Girl raine. This property is  owned' by J?. J. Mc.Mahori, ?. E. Taylor,  W. J. Wat kins and Geo. Hunt.    They  death of his brother, Mich'eal Shea; at  -Calgary   Thursday .evening. ( He   left  for that place yesterday to  attend   the  funeral, which'wh'ich  \yill   take   place  .next Monday.  Mat Garrehty filled   his   skin   with  have just completed the running  of  a  30 foot tunnel; in the face of which   is  'boozieririb last Tuesd.iv arid then star--,       ,     v _   ,      '.   -    .-  ted to  do   up   the   town.    Constable   " 'f'^f rih��Wing ��f ��aleua'    ^ the  Drummond tenderly gathered him   rn   T     "     Y!   *   SlS��   a   m^nlficcnt  Showing of four   feet  of   quartz'.    By  the running of the 50 foot tunnel a  depth of 100 feet has Been' attained.  The owners have'a good cabi*:. on the  property und'ptenty of tools and supplies fOr Ccmtiriiiing.wbTE .It is their  intention to further develop' thV property from" time to time.  'V  > v*  oo^MtE'-'cfut''���  T'.iijf Shirt of Ours.  CraiibrOok Herald:    Fred Smyth, of  .the Moyie Leader, is getting- fame   oti  .account of, the  write-up -The Herald  save his shirt.    The' Lethbridge jNeWs,'  copying the sairiC, says:  If it were not well'-known   that   all  editors go tojheayen���in   consequence  pf the trials arid trihulaiions nf  winch  t h dyV* iir'Sr-s lib j 6c te d -iv hi! e o n't hta.. m u n -  dane sphere, and   above ; y/hich   they  rise   superior." through   -their*   iumue.  patience, good ''n"atufg_and_; nlodesty.,'V-  one would bo inclined to bbnclude from,  the above that Bjo. .Smyth   was-.^acclimatizing himself for  th'e  temperature  ofihe region below; In' which' it ia caid"  .all  delinquent  subscribers    a/e    con'-  signed.  and placed him on' ice in the building  (ethereal- of the LeiCder office. He  was Uken into Fort Steele the .following day; a-d is now doing time.  Croiv's >ross Sonlixem Itnilivay.  Victoria, B~. C., "VLt'rcli 20.���Contrary  to the- expectations of everyone the  application for a charter for the'Crows  Nest -Southern passed through the  ���railway committee tins morning without opposition, and later in tho day  was reported to the house." It is likely  to pass the^house, as thero ia little  opposition',' -  ��� Small rox,  Notice -is horeby giycri Chat Dr,  Green - will be in attendance at his  office'every day bet-ween .the hours of,'  Lp. m- and 3 p. m. for the purpose of  yaccinati'ug'''applicants. The government will payfo* ..the vaccina'tioii of  persons who are. known to ,%e unable  to pay the* usual fee*; ; - *-,, /,.; / -���;     .  AU persons, are requested to ho  Vac-  "Cinated within jSev'en; days'. ���c- V;  A- 'A. -J^.AEMSTJ^djSfG:,! ,  ���'������;...*:,-. A'-".. . -Local Board of Health'.  Moyie'>fardli 2lst'i90i;,  -'/John,Ji.^ockfeI!er lias an income of  $|0 a minnte; There are hoards of  nieix t-zot-fcing fdr , Mr. Bockfeller.'s  Htandard Oil Company who don't get  tliat much'in a month.  IHolt Strike at CreW*.   v   .      :,  ft is f'eportcrd that a. rich ?trike has  been made tfpJ 6he Xlicp mine; near  Creston; fir the winae which was  recently started'a body of threo feet of  ore has been struck. The people of  Crestc-ii.are feeling   ubilent   over   the  Cranb'rqoj.: Hsi-aldi  Mr. ftnd Mra. G.   H.  gained a   number.of young people last  Thufs'day evening.'  J. P. Pirik;'chief of the fire depart-'  mectt, with the assistarice of George'  ���Hilliard, put up the fire hose on tho"  new pole at the fire house lasft Week for '  drying. A gohg*has ;be*en ' placed'* in'.'  position to be used as an. dlarm in case'  of fire.       -.-���..'���.  The system cf taking trff  fiaisf has*  been pretty generally adopted   by  the  ladies' of C ran brook, when ,they attend;'  an entertainment at the' hall.    It is to-'"  !be hoped that ah .will follow!  the  ex-  anple set  by   the  majority.    Nothing  us more aggravating than to' be placed  behind a briricb of" velVe.t^ and plumes "  ���.and be compelled tb '"ruber"   for  two '  or three hours tb get 25 cents  worth'  of pleactfre r.t a 75 ceut.shovif.  ^foitl^..   _       '-  All   cprhgiaTnts !7fom*   parents'   of  children against the teacher or en any *  schppl,b!2s'ifjess/ riiust,   be   made   iu  writing to thp   Seo'tiy, "of ' the   school  b'onrd'. FRED POLLARD.  Socr'y,  ma.lsr,  ��� r* .  .    .       i  Contract for rlpo I.pt.  ' The Moyie .Waterworks Co..,. has  pliiCed' its order for; pipe with G. K.  Mirier' the local hardware'.ncfari;.' to. be  delivered; by May 10th., The. iweaxler is  pleased to see. a.local firm get the cou'-:  traot".-   .-.'      ' - ��������� -,  . ���     .  WorKon ih. Friday.,..  ' ���,. S. A. Scott ha's a force   of   men   at  work on-'the Friday mineral'-clairii   on  Ttlie"west. Side of lfie.*laice..', 'There  id  a  good showing'on his.property.  ...-Stetal ���Qri|otatioiis.  New Vbrlc; March. 21.���Bar silver,  6l|" cents. Leadj price for miners  arid smelters, if>*1.3'7��.at tbe close. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00.  UUSTXESS   t'OCAts"      .  If you want a good suit call at Footcs.  * -     > ,  FOIl SAJiE.-���Two gasoline lamps  at half .price. Apply at D. J. Elmer's  cigar store.  * Did yo\i cee C. A. Foote's summer  suitings yet?   He lias some   beauties,'  -.   WANTED���furnished   or ���. unfurn- ,  ishedrliouse;, to" rent;   Apply at - this  office.; ���'.      ,: V ,..;���  . Fok Sale'^*--A six* room liousb and  lot in Lake Shore aciitibn., Fbr , paK  ticulars apply at this ofilce.       V -.  Lrop in aha' inspect a ll' FooleA.  stock for g-qntlemoris tailoring iii   tho."  Centrai-'juiiding;    '      ,'''.'. ..*;    ''"-        ;,.*  , Highest prico;paid. .for ,Eav/   Furs,  Pack in sacks and Send by express  to   V  James-Gill, Ci'aribr'oot;.  LOTS���'for sale on easy terms in al!:  parts,of town. D, J . Elmer's Cigr.-T  Store. '    ���' '    "'���".'������ i   .yfcfj-  '    A^Ai  *���' -if", i  "I !��� t-f  i*" a.i  U'll*,  n  ,if i1' -fi  V,! ir.  f   1?: tf  ;UV, V  1 II  ���v  . it  1.  i,  .1*1'!  f !. *������  *i* "!'  ' -''ur  "*;H 'V  ' .<   Vr*-"-  ,     ,*ri'irl  !���>.(' uji*,,  ��� FVV| "  v  V-V.-'i  ,   ' i w : ���  .4,' -���  i  ,'i*.'  i :;:-v/''  ."'���'i^li'.  '    .   * A  \\  - <" ?..  '-,    i-..\A t  a All  ���A", '-ip  .M'"\'f  f i; 1 ?, i.v��  ; -   .".   IiiT  "������'Aha  , ���*-! ,'!'.3"s',  I'   l''l���'*�����-  Iv;,^  ! .'.Hi  -"'v. r  i%-  fir '?���  ���f *?.���'  ���  1",  f     ' Ji  V ; "J  ��� >  .    t it  ����V?~~T j��---E33��.'2._fJt-_ 4"*X.T2:^SSlffi*i*iw*Jfi2^:  ircr:  1 TffB MflVfB  FGillBB   il!ierai^��"^i>^* ;  lili.     iUUlib     iliiliilLil.     I haps Andy's heart has  soften  ~ZT~ZiSS^^SSJSSSXSBLfJi  But   per-  ed  since  P iblished in the interest of the people  bf Moyie and East Kootenay.  JF. .J. SMYTH .V CO.  -PuM.al.iT-_.  baths c,r !t'iitcnu'T:o:;.  OjC  fJ.OO  ��� An official of the Crow's Nest Coal  Co. gave the following as the re "juire-  monis of coal and   coke  for   the  five  British   Columbia     smelters:     Trail   'smelter, IGO tone per day: Grr.nby, 9o!T-���WTQ, mTrrvwrar\-Kr'  ton,; Greenwood, -JO tons; Boundary L*EW1�� IHOMbON,  Falls, 30 tons, and Nelson, io ton3.  Harvey. &   MoOarter,|XHE   POSTOFFICE  fout srrEi.E, b. c: j  DJRUG & STATIONERY STCH.E  Harvey, SU-Carter &: Alexander,  FJEIiXIE, B.C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901.  Moyie wants a bank, first come first  .���served.  The Cranbrook Herald has  entered  j upon its fourth 'year.    The   paper  is  brim full of live ads and   tip    to   date  reading matter, and has every  indication   of bring far out 'of  (he   sheriff's  Just keep your eye on Moyie for* the   reach.    Success to the Herald and  its  year IPO] and watch the progress that j editor, and may   they   live   long   and  it makes. ��� j prosper.  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   and  Insurance Agent.  Money- to Loan.  Moyie,  B,  C.  fT���i'-Ar'' ���lars  Thc cemetery  committee   must   hei     New Denver   Ledge:    Tlie peculiar  not   heard j feature of the "trouble" that has arisen  ['in the Slocan over the smelter charges,  sfc , is that the only properties that arc  If Moyie ;"s going  to  celebrate   lhe I closing down   are   those   owned   and  '���������-������"       *���   * 3ariy   t0 j operated by English' companies.    This  is the Englishman's way of getting  what he wants. It was just so in the  labor trouble a year ago.  dead,    /it least  wc   have  frorri it for several moons.  2'lth of May, it, 33   not   loo  begin agitating the matter.  BArtKISTi.lt, SOXilCXTOK, 23XC.  CRANBROOK,  TOILET ARTICLES,  PATENT MEDICINES,  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  P. D. HOPE,  Cl-eii-ist anil Drufi-��ist,  :iOYli_. B. C i  JUST IN  ��        -v-���***���#���������  .". *$&  ��� . ''-j-rps  --^f5^-',-V|i.P  l-Af^  AAA*  ;���v^  ." '1 j -'Ir-*  & ''-' "A*  Neck ties, fancy sox, white and color  starched shirts, negligee shirts, under J||v  wear.   Men's felt hats in all\ho/#t  ��*ucicies A''A-:<sf  and qualities.     Ladies5   Sailor hat-'v^P  children's hats. J "AAi  T.  CORNER OPrOSIT-tt POSTOFFICE.  .^niT-it  ui  -immw trrmtt,mmr.iriniiitTCsBr--"-~'>"n'Tirm  ���B. C.  BSi_SSSSS-S_3  i\ ii ' "^���''������'���*v*:*$^��,  The attempt to raise the poll tax  from $3 to $o is not , meeting with  general favor throughout, the province.  It is said that tiie-Coeur d'Alone  district of Idaho produces dS per cent  of tlie lead used-in lhe 'United  Htales.  "That is the most   willing   team   I  **x*rrmrij��*0jwi  It will not be long "until the Aurora  and Society Girl mines will be making  records equal to that of the famous St,  Eugene.  !.��  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  . ' Agent.  ��� NEW   YORK LIFE,  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,  ,    PHCENIN' OF BROOKLYN  Insurance Oo.'s  B. C.  ever drove,"'said'the driver.    "The ' o/i  horse is willing to do all the work  and  "Fort Sf'pplri*  the nigh one  is'   willing- h,e   should." hW"..ie,  So it is'with  fraternal  societies,   labor  unions, boards of trades in towriK,, etc.  om'e are willing to 'attend, meetings,  Fine Toilet Soaps,  Latest Perfumes,  Toilet Requisite^,  Ha..ir Brushes,  ombs, Sponges, etc  (.'0  TO  THE  ���r*  *Lr  C P. HIGGINS,  Tlie board of trade is to be commen  help to c.irry on ' business   and  alter things generally, and  (he   others  are perfectly willing that the'y   should.  t  look Physician and Surgeon  A)  f  <i)  .ft  (f>  3S  .ft  A.  (d  <i>  <ft  '��/  \V  .11  .l>  . 'Jf/ri1  ..   -'f-'j.*;  i'\*'.W  i  JI --^V=  j AaAt^-  JORMSTON. BEOS,  This Hotel is New and well Furnished Thp��#'- "; -  Tables are Supplied with the Best tw$-'"��i-  Market affords. The Bar is Filled witi '^'*  the��$est Brands of Liquors and Cigars,].|S^  AGENTS FOR FABST'S MILWAUKEE BEER    "l^'vS  "   i    ; ',-'V,Ji  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  '    AND MINING MEN  1   ti't'  if        -J- .J ].,**.  t   i       f'; .i'-'1*;  ��� -   -'.-..��  _ -. *.*f.yt/.*\  "Y'ou need never have   a  moment's   ��� ^��   .. u,v.    .... , w       .,       i���.ii,.ui,D  uneasiness about the success of the St,  day evening in passing the good wage  resolution.  Thc Engineering aud Mining Journal defines ore as, "a natural mineral  compound of the   elements   of which  *.  .one at least is a metal."  Eugene Consolidated, as -it is one of  the biggest and best silver-lead mines  in North America."' So said W. H.  Jefferey, M. E., in his report to the  Canadian'Gold Fields Syndicate, and  so has said every practical mining tnan j  ',yho hag ever inspected   the property.  ' ofpioe-  MOYIE,    r  -JFARRELL block.  . British 'Coiumhia.  MOYIE" PHARMACYi*3lom;'   ,-'--'-,-     -'    ��������c*u��mw$&$  KOOTENAY HOTEL RLDG.       | -^-���---.- ��� " ..'    .        V .       ��� ���,���*^lg)?  A complete line of of patent medicines  carried in stock.  JOSI.ni SCJlAIClf, I'h.   a.,' J��r,,'|'.rlo<or  GO   TO   THE  City   Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL . HOTEL.  WESX.EY OLINE, Prop.^  Moyie, B. C.  Tho duke and duchess of York are  soon to visit Canada. II is not yet  definitely known as to whether or not  Moyie is on their calling list.  ���, . Let the agittition for a refinery go  on, and let there be no equable over its  location. '" It makes little cli/f'erence  whether it be Kaslo^ Nelson, Cranbrook  or Moyie.  A western Kansas editor apologizes  for saying a bride appeared^ in her  ''shirt sleeves." "We wrote 'short  sleeves,' " says the editor, "us plain as  "we knew how."  ,There ic  an   assemblyman  in Wisconsin who surely believes in .increasing the   population.    He   has' introduced a bill providing   that  the  state  shall pay an annual  premium   to  the  mothers of large families.    It  is  proposed by this brilliant'legislator to give  mothers Laving six  children $10   per  year; seven children, $12;   eignt   children. $15 : nine, $20; ten; $25 :  eleven;  $30; and twSlve.$35.''  ^^^^S^S^^i^J^!!^^^^^  UltflON BARBER SHOP  .  AND BATH ROOMS.  ,T.E. COLLINS, rropr.  1        , O  Victoria Street'/ MOYIE, B. C.  . New' PenviT Ledge: The Chinese  -taught, us the use' of tea and gunpowder. In return we are ' teaching  them the use of bibles and machine  guns.  NOTICE,  Notice ie herfcby given that i have heen instructed to colJuci all bills and other debt*, due  to >vm.n.ViU., fcometiine leasee ot the Cosmf-"  l-olituu hotel, Moyiu. All parties indebted to  Win. Alihsivlli pleoie, connmrnicate ,\v'uh me  forth,with. LEW'S TU'j.ijisOX.  Moyie, March 190j. ' g. y  oranio  For your oulfit.', Tlie largest stock inf  East Kootenay.  .  BEID &0O.;  o CilANBROOi, B, 0,  '  MOYIE B. 0. |-fU  Aro Now Open and" Ready p0i" Kill  Business With a Pull Line of''^^  Staple and Eancy  ���- 'tfvi��&?&i&  .iSt%"3t?  I ���",'--"-'Vj?����-%  1 *Vl.,*-rV*.>i?J.ri.1,-  Y'ou aro Invited to luspcc! Slock,  i**' '-''tfe'.  *      *--ia>A?*iS.'  Send Your Work  To  ITY. UUNDIE- '  Where it  will be Done, Satisfactory,  o    '       P. 'LUTNER, Prop.  Yonr.Eyef  ON THE  OOOJO WORE.  PllICLS "R E A 301*," A rt IK  John D. Rockfeller has an income of  $-10 a minute.    Tlieie  are   hoards   of  men   working   for    Air.   Rock teller's  Standard Oil Company who don't  get  that much in a month.  CALL FOIt TJ-ONDJil-S.  'Ie"de.-s fcr^ tho coiistructio'ii oi n, di'i" ou  Campoull cieek.ure uuw callod for by the ...uiio  water Co.,bulb to be closed on Auril first. The  company re=erves the ugh! to reiuot any aud  ���ill bids. Plau.. aud spc.i-icatieiis cau bo _,eeu  at MacKucheru & "Hacdonald'o ttore-  "*4S A. F. .uacdouuld, Secy.  r   r  WI  SHORE  .iii  \o ricE.  Xotice is hereby given that I, George ���.. Muir,  of .Moyio. Ji. C, null oilier, intend thirty d-ivj  ��ftcr date to apply to the chief comimfcsjonor of  l".nFis.j.,a work*, for a special license under  land act. to cut aud carry away timber ou  the  touched Cam.?''.,/or a $50,000 library  ,ollo)wu��>'i,����iihU(iii._jds. wtuete Jntuo vuau-  '   '     ii~JlaiJ    ity of upper -Moyie lake tent:   The  yoiuli eas.t  Cranbrook Herald :   Vancouver has  Barber Shop.  Hot, Cold and 'Vapor Baths."  Opposite  Cosmopolitan    Hotel  X7. l. i-oisr Pioji,  BtTTOHER JSSOP.  .'FISH, ^LESH    '  AND    FOWL.  OF THE REST QUALITY AT* LIVING PRICES.  J     THE   PROSPECTORS'   EX0HA.N(JE  ^' ( >�������� J   K.-W.-G.   BLOCK, XBESOX, ��fc.  ^ Gold, Silverdead and Copper'mines  J   .      FREE MILLING GOLD properties  *.   invesforc. ,    .    ���  ^   �� ���    1!ai'li? !iavit)fi ''lininS Proper ty for aille &to re-liiestcd^ to >Av>\ I I^StR  *   campus of their oro.to the EXCHANGE for exhibitton.    '     '       \ I ^^f  J, Wc-desu'o to hear from prospectors, whe have  promising   mir-   * iV'-5^*  'J   oral clam^ m Dritiah Columbia.       ' .        I ��  3   r.Fr^��P,e?,tor3?nd,miniDg'neiiare requested  to  make the   EX  ^   L-J-iAi\Cjb their hcadquartaxa when in Nelson.   '  g All samples .should be (ioiH.by express, PREPAID     ��� 'v :" 'l'M  Corrospondc-nr.-. Rr,lir.itr.d.    Afldrp��A1J communications   (o J.-.'^Bi  AXDREW J?. 2tGSEXjnZ.KGERf ���> ^^M  Kelson, b. c.   ���>  ;-,.^w-l  1.  3*'r;/#vv��4#  -vi    "*-.-"  ,5?rU''"55*_&  t �����������%$&��&  'l-k-- .V%2^  ���t-Vi"#^f  ���>   &;4-iaidi.,34tv  it  J -'*-��saMS^E  V      !"   ilA*��WsfcfB*  .^   Telephone No. 1CJ. P. 0.Box 70d.  ���    .    ���   ������        $  MOVIE DAIRY.  building., The Herald is liy ing to  ^york him fer a new dictionary and a  1901 almanac.  The city election in Slocan City,  ���will soon be *on, Eor the qfh'ce of  mayor the Leader bege to place in  nomination 0119 of the tov/n'd oldest  and .best respected citi'.eus���Mr, Al  Teeter.  coniertpi;st of said lauds i* situated auouc thiee  and one half miles north east of the upper end  of upper Moyie lake and about one -marter  mill- e>i>t of i.'0-.-ei-..iBent rond. Xheuee nynh  i to chain'--, thence wesr. 120 cbajm'. thence south  j to chams, thence oust UCi chains,, to place of  commeL-cemcm, <:.GJ_01.(JK K.AIIJ11.V  Mojie, B. C. Moieh i'ifh 190.1. . -       3-iy,  Fresh -next milk delivered to all  parts of town twice ��. day. Satisfaction guaranteed.    '  v-��f' *W.fi!_5'ti&fC��ri  ���������,i,ViS*-3SS8.  .".'l-;.,/'J��*-\5.f  Clothing,   Gents'    Furnishings,  Boots,  Shoes, Hats, Gloves. {Etc.  '��� '4>��i^'  'Ms'  ,   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby yiveu that I, Ji\we% park, of  j Grand vHHey,   Oumrio, former,  intend tliirtv  [day-after date,  to  pppiy   ro   the   chief  fjom-  I miwvlonpr nf    lnnrl.    ,,.,rl    .,.,...1   .    r   The miners' union decorated their  ball room v.'ith Chinese lanterns last  Monday night, but as there is no boycott in Chinese lanterns in Moyie it is  not l.kely there will be any tvetion  taken against the union. I  Kaslo has 12'.  lcIiooI   chile!;en   enrolled, will: tin cc icaJiei-b.    There are  Vi   children   em oiled   at   lhe   Movie  school, and only one teacher  tc   teach  them.    It   Ij   absurd    to   e:q.eot   one  person to teach that   number of  children properly.    Ho   should   r.L   !caat  have au ac-siftant.  missionerof lijnds aud v.-0ri.*i for e fpec-ml  license under lauas act*- to cut nnd can-j av.ay  tuubcronthcroUoMnit' fie-c.-ibed hmd. situ-  Bted in tin. vicinity of upper aIOVIo lukc to^it -  The north cast C3-n��r ,,0st. of ��iid Vpu<}h is  ���situated PlH.ut two and ono h'->lf miles north  enst of the uppei cm! of uj.per .Moyie Hike and  -���bort out fjuailer mile enst of Kovcrinncn t road  (neuco v.-ea^'Ocliiiins thence -.<_..th bO chi-in--,  thei'CC-ecst i^Oci.ciii-,*, tbeuie north L0 (jlmirls  to pl-ce of co*t..ici.ctiaeut.  JAMi:S IWxlK,  .Mojiu, ii. c. ararch v.nh loot. s-<  Airs, /idelaide Dill, i'rop.  Sga^Uti.l**'^Wr--.,a(il|||(.||jLpr.ijJtA_1_,ll.        M���yMW| i,,,,,.-..  AST KOOTENAf BOTTLING GO.  CRANBROOK, R   0,  Areated .Waters' of all  ICindS'  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and SpDhens.  SOTICK.  Nolicer hort-by given thotnJ, IX II. Mr.ru:.,  ininei, iiiieiul 00 di v., -fter date tc apply to the  t'hief cominlisiouer of lauds and   v,orI:s   for   ��  -pei ial iiceiisc under land act to cut  and carry |  in\ay timber on 'lu  f03iou!.i���' dc-ciibcd lainU I  f-ituai-.d in the   '..cinity  of  use  upper Mo. Ie i  lake   lo'.vli:    .Scuthv.cst  corne.- posi   f-atuaud '  nil n    i   .-.*.i 1... ���    i      ., r     it/.. ...     . ��� !  tin J  Bread delivered  to any part of tha city,  PIES, CAKES AM ETC  Always on ]-L._n*d.  A. SLIFN, Prop.  ! IF YOU AB'S~a"  ���JUDaE-^s&ss*^  ' r I.OJIEI.T1C JlS}} I.Ml'OI-.Ti;?.  V7PE8 A.\D TOBACCOS,  /'id: a.id crcr.-rdno :*.:y new  slock and y,ni will Lc non-  .'inccd that I ha\e (lie best  brantb there nre in the mar-  kct,  COME ASD SEE FS  Victoria Ave., _\Iov:ie, B. C  K.-V? >>��!;  nl>M'lSI-i,  ��?  T. Y. LOWNBY, Proprietor.  Miners   headquarters.     G-ood   accommodations  for  travelers.  [liquors -And cigars kept in stock.  Lake Shore Addition .  , 73est ' wines  :-:Awk\  -  fAvimi:-  S' AA<^h>^t  *     >t.  *-r .tVf  '   ."v-i*J?}?-3��  '    *"'L.?f^*.V!c  *   ����� ;.T i.*-i." v  -,  Ji.--��?y��r.*wii  - A-^^W.  ���   -. .IJffiiV    ..���-. Vu^ 5r-^.  nr-OT^-T^r.t^-w^fyg^^^^^^^^^j^^^^,^ ,t|_ ^^^  mw*\.*,vrn-'r t-PTcy  , ^v ^rayntpn^v zpr/j,. av^a.; t-jtz^ ��}��{. -^-^T-^rTjr?;^^?^^^  D. J. ELMER'S  r.i on! o. e half miio i.orilu*.-.-(   of  ."iiojie  ii-,er  falls thence noith  to  chain:,   thence   est  SO j  est Mi  -,    r.   -..-     .. .   ,      ,    ,_.     . . .i.ii-,n.i.iii;uiii;:iii   lu  onani:,   there  J. Jt. AiiirtKl, assistant   limber   In- j chr.in^/thence south SOcb.-.nis,  thcuc.  =pcctor,  ri'-,'.or'u.  after   a  trip   tki-oi.yh j thfin-. to i lace cf iou]i*.eii(l-.i,ent.    '    ���"     *     - li.ll. >!'.'. RXi  ^ sJ  .l]fo..ic, jj. C. IV"). ^.ib ii'iu.  -li.  Ai.'l re (*..  j    >otu.e l- li. ,ui- Ki.eiifiiat   i,  ucii J.  1.'. a.i,  j lllillC-l,       I-illelJll       M.ly     ,);.};;        ,,J,(r (}lL(,,      jf  j uj.piy r.o tin.   G!,.of  coir.i., ..i/ouci  i.i' i.-.i,d  a'-.d  the logging camps  of   i'.'ast   iCootonay  that the outjiut oi thc   mills   in    that  section -.vill not be less than J.>.GGG,0G0  feet, a proportion of which'.s   ina-mlcd |  ."or Manitoba, and I'i. ^VL ri.  j ujij.i^- i,u me  \,u.:,j ior ii ^p-tJi-nucL-e.-cudei* Ici.tt .... to  ..t.,.(lKri,;,..;u.'; .u..;._r_' cu :i.e fclio\,in,*.-  <-es... i.e.: i.i. :i-t.-.tca:rv ka a'ci \ t>- -.: th:  i , p.. . :i.>i_.'. __. lo : ; ,.c_i* _ ;,-.-; '0.nr.:  i/O t.i. .!tcF. :.i.o  i ���/-'-'���     i-cr.'_   .,..i   .    ;l-  lhe iroMostoad strike and   the   LirimrVbc:^ AA. AAuA, ikce"c_.It':c'cS��  c:!fi;r;.j  .e   Vho   place   oi:..cro.,7-  BEN J, EVLiiY,  ASdAT;i]Jit2  Crga.1  The donating ol large sur.-.G Ly Andrew Garnfi;jV To.* the -.-.urpoi., V  buildiii-liL'-arics Is r.ll   it.,-   :;ci.   AA ' T  0  if I'li.korlt,,  di tcctives to  shout'down I t1,cll"c :'0;:tii  nienceinent.  NELSOIV,  m    AND    SHOES  r.opairccl r.n:l ivlado fo CrcLr.  K,-A, SMITH, 'v. Movie.  AOxt door to Kootciiay Hotel.  iOliaMlcCt, 211oylo. 15. c.  JAWJKE t Ml  c>tore.  Vic-  T/-_rt  ;t  iT  it*  Di  ITAN  /j2~/--j.t7.j-.;  The only houco in East Ivcolnay  her.ted throughout.with^hotair.  First claaa in every respect. Special  rntca to boarders, (iood sample,, room  for commercial men.  European plai:.    Open day and ni-,'lil  i  K. U. SMAU nop.  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING!  ��� -ALSO-  IiAGOAOl..       tixVM:Ai     A,VD      {.iK^ZilAh  'DZL\\T,K\,  ;moyiel  c  l mm,  I | CRANBROOK, - -  B. 0.  'S fWi"!*.^:  -- -VV-}?**.-  ?'��,  \ v * '������   :  * Tl. .V> -  \~AAU  " '0%  ��� *.*.\   A �� ;  * x 11   i   -'.  ���*..  Ih  '& -.��v  f  1  -1.   .  FOK PINE  ADDWESB  I  v  s��ill   rrpf.-i.  11!  :nioyif.*,. j'.. c. J**i?ii. path 3&0.1.,  ,-<-..t*,  neau MacEachm.n & M'acdoxalds.      I StJBSCM7BE FOR .((THE -LEADED.  NEiiSONv  <     F.  ��\ "  l',^r"  i-r  \    l^i^ J  -SV  IS,  .4 V "^' i T-.'%ss?v%->'V.  . ��� -. -, ;.-J��&,3l!.. i'*.-  ?   . . ���-wt-.,.ft_*(? .* ��.-'  f,   ���WJ'-'-JiV"..?.,  .       .* ���^*V.������j, .--.U"  - - -  :-iL-.-^-i,.  ~m :--'*',*  ���'-"���-rS-'V"  3P- THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  TROTTER AND  PACER.  Early Reaper, 2:0'.):'/\, will not he Keen  e .���'������������fi.���..i4,-.-J'.8,011 t|jc' tu,'f "th Hli)2.  ^'Afi^^A PlnulsPtr. 2:13V.. at the afro of 14 la n  llclfe ' A"AB}^aA-S��o(1 roadster at Ln Gotos. Cal.  ''AAjW'A^A t1k' thoroughbred sire KiiiicsLon hns  V '-Viff-wfl'Viieeii insured for 1?7.").000 with an r.i*_��-  iv -tK^!/-^.���lisb company.  ' A'^A^iyW'i' Meltelas, 2:19^. the lliird hi^cst  'V-i A/A��''AAiaowy winner on, the I.nkt. Brie cir-  ''MVV^r^cuit, -will Le handled in 1!J01 by W. J.  *' o' APAZ^Ahd ri* svs.  Cftnliage   Girl,   2:13V.,   the  _���'���? 'Juibui'V winner over the Lnlce  '  "-A?-"A".   '  * <- '   ,' l J-.  , ,# .C-F-Vf-F.;^ j-,rr    "���''vVr^fcSli^DiJivolo,   2:12'/j.   recently,  pur  .', ' .'jAMAA'ty Jei-e   O'jSeil,   is  expected   tt  the/1  'ithirf:  l):Kffpst  '.lie c-i;--  ,���W"tcuit, i-5 being prepared for 11)01 liy Allie  'sj^'^eri-l field.    '  ^ 1.-', /I*. fyi"1 J M 2_  roliaspd  , ,-ffiV.^y ���'(>re .0'*fteiJ.   is   expected   to   be  a  ,J!.v~J?i*ii,'?3r5.danjr(jrou.s competitor in next-season's  :'*''.V"^V?j*2:13 naciiiij-eifiss. -  i,,yv ������ Fii'V, ,._j. ���  "  :�����':;$*'$ John    Liiuglilh].    wlio    liaiidl��d,  Dip  v;.%''^//l'youn^slers for Dr. .1. G. McCoy,, K'i.-Jc-  V..VV'*-,>i;svbod. Del., ia now one of tlio assist-  -. '/" ,'^.sfliit trainers in hawson's smhle.  AA ~A:AA'A'3}m    Burns.   2A$\U.   has   In-i-mi   pnr-  h <*'.*&'���/''ch'asi'd   bv   John   Lake,  a   uicniliPi-  of  11'.  Driving  This  irri i VAAa'$&aJj- S:nil1'* ^'nl ^�� sc"r' r,t' ll10 ,':,,it> Kn'u  M'/^^^-Circuit in lOOf'with'L'-'tty Ash by. '2:Mi/,,  ^^"U^^r'^:;?-1111*1    faddy VMcGr^or,   2:21 V,.     The  ���V-V.^iC^'post' season  he won  A'V%%"A    .'i-ycnr-okl    filly  ^���M^V^'2:iriV,'.'  out   of  Soma  he won ��1.230  with* Cii-d  i .?;*j-Efc_.**^.-i,-��r.fi;  ..by    Advertiser,  Dixie,   da in   pf  Paso-ir.1. 2:1'A. is ex pec-ted to.sliow bet-  e   is  owned  V^'fi^^i?^')10 I)illfl on|y ?���!"> for'lier.���Dorsemnn.  y  ***���'.  % i  {.'I'fc-S'SSKJteT'.W  tt i* iiwij Jrtw* liTw'r  ������ V*.  .^V^fe^aster  ihiin  2:l."i  in   1SI01.   Xli  't'^vMS^ifl'hy   l-'rank   II.   Burke.   S.-ui  3 Of  A*.  )���   I  h     -,  ���tat1*'  v, ^,*  -  an-  .'  *- ���rpi.M^g&iing   him fearfully.   He    was.     when  T ���*��r^1fer^��agund,     placed     on     a     sled     and  ���<r^w^^,*ig'.7*>6n him    freely to    deaden  the  pain.  S-���--S%^^fa*nd witli the use  n,^|gmfc|w'as completely c;  l^^mS^Blgin Road, L'Tslet Co.,  Qu  m>fcWii$W'   Way 26th,  1S93.     ���'  f'V^W^^M.   ���    of three bottles he  cured and able to rc-  SAUVEPv DUVAL,  Tlie Other Man'-i,  I [^^-^^^"Tou had a horse standing out here?"  ^.\V^^^^iEaid thc hoy as lie entered the corner gro-  *-"���'���*������'���-* '*cery all(j was nsiceci what he wanted.  queried the grocer,  s hitched to a wagon?"  ���m  m?&  A^^^MA-"!   cauie   along   with   a   talcr   in  my  ?  ."','^��>aml."       *  '    -.;w-%'��^Cik . "Not a 'doubt of it."     <  -     ��-*���&���i*'SBmii ,<Ava< l0 soe jf the i3orse was alive, I  |hauled off and plunked him."  'I see. And ho was alive."  'He was, sir.    lie reared up and then  A  REAL  KNOCKOUT   BLOW.  The  .Small, Wiry Iiulivl'liml  and  th��  Mitn  Who Tenoriicil n Train.  "The only real knockout blow that I  ever saw delivered," said a government  olTicer, "was on a passenger train 1 raveling through the mountainous section of  Kentucky a few years ago. You know,  those Kentucky niouuluin people are  hard propositions when they get filled  with their favorite procftict, and they are  naturally disposed to make trouble at  any old time. 1* was on the train one  morning when a strapping Hoosier came  in. He was loaded down,to the gunnels  and was flcmrisliing a bowio knife and  threateningVo kill every man on board.  Nobody seemed willing to stop him, and  ho went through tbe car cursing and  swearing and with hia knife always  raised. There was an innocent looking  little fat fellow buried behind a newspaper, lie was pretending to read, but  he was shaking with terror. The tough  sport saw him. 'Don't you try to read  while I am talking!' he shouted, and  with that he ripped the newspaper into  shreds with his bowie knife. The little  man tossed, off a couple of fits, and then  the fighter -went for another victim.  "A wiry little chap was standing in the  front door, and the mountaineer made a  break for him. Just as he raided his knife  in his drunken effort to rip out the poor  man's heart' the latter had the presence  of mind to protect himself. 'Look behind  you there, quick!' shouted the little chap  'and quick as a flash the mountaineer  turned, thinking to see an enemy. As he  turned, the'.wiry chap pasted that tough  right on the point of the jaw. He hit with  his CstJ.JmLthe^blo__v_-Avn_!-.trije, and the  big fellow went To tho bottom of the car  iu a heap. Thi; blow upset lijm.' He  quivered and squirmed like a dying hog,  and, tho knife fell .from his twitching  fingers.   He was not able to rise.  "Just, about this time the short, fat  sport whose pnper he had ripped to  pieces came flying to tho scene. Without  a word ho jumped on the mountaineer  and pounded him in the face with his  shoes. lie kicked and cuffed bim untii  the blood spouted.. He 'was the bravest  man I ever saw, although a moment before he was scared to death. Finally we  bad to pull bim off, and when the tough  regained consciousness he sneaked to another car without stopping to get his  knife.  "We passed a station about this time,  and when the train started again two big,  rough looking people dashed into the car  with tbo same bloody bowie knives. 'Who  hit my brother? Who hit my, brother?'  'The man who hh_your__.brothe.- got off at  that station,' said the little chap who had  landed the knockout blow, and after, a  lot of cursing the two toiigbs went from  the car. They joined the defeated tough,  but that individual was so well licked  that he kept his mouth shut and never  sent his brothers back to start more, trouble. It was.a thrilling moment on the  .train, and every passenger went up and  shook hands with'the wiry chap, although  we did not give many glad bauds to tbe  little fat fellow who got brave only when  the mountaineer was at tho bottom of the  car."'  A BRIEF STOEY OF INTEREST TO  ALL YOUNG WOMEN.  TEMS OF   INTEREST.  ��� of Mtt'iii1 in 1?"  It could ''-e bii/.t  Pallo', Headaches, Dizziness and a Feeling of Constant taiifjour Oiercome���  Hope Jb"ttr Similar Sufferers,  ���-.-*���- V.,:_..-=5-r_?..-.  i��TS��-���weat running off us hard as be could'go,  - --V^^lflrand he's a mile away, and the wagon is  ;*\r*2*'.VwVsosl#fJ  V-#f&  ���''ASMW'  i ; ��������\'��'3--5%  i ,**.-'->...,-., i  ('.���j-.-s-OS-'-  ��",  ie .* F<?>,"*. _  '���fi���.*; <>**.  .m-A;:1;'  ''f0M  vffeyg.  ��� -fl|l  -Am��  ,- -'���$����>'���  - ^j?^'  - "--^Sf*  H    ���t,,yJV-JJ"'"l-  *-. vS 'i-'Uf*  AAA*Jfc  *'<A&M  ***V }?��*>-  ti' it/7  . . *'*\--s,  , v * '������    i  J Tl. .V> -  - .AAA-  ^1 '.--.,..  "AAU  "-'���" ^  *i   v.*Sp%  --����� r*f :,.' .-^  -.*\   A ��;  ' vJ v<-'  all kicked to pieces by this time.'  "And like a truthful,  honest lad you  came in to tell uie of it and get your reward?'' queried the grocer.  "That's it,  sir.    You've got some big  apples there, and it you think"���    -  "There,  there,   bub;, run  along.    The  horse and wagon belong to the hardware  man next door, and if'you go in and show  your integrity he'll probably* reward you  with  a   paper  of  carpet  tacks." ���Exchange.    '    _______^___  i-  Innocents Abroad.  In relating some of the mishnps which  befell him during bis travels in -Germany,  Justice Garoutto said: "In .Nuremberg  we ordered the cabman to take us to the  Strauss hotel, lie drove us to a hotel  wheie it said in big letters 'Ostrich botch'  I insisted on being taken to tbe Strauss.  The cabman became angry. We "refused  to alight, nigh words ensued. Thereupon a gentleman stepped up aud iu-  foimed me that 'Strauss' was Gorman for  'Ostrich.' We quietly alighted, and the  storm was over. '   ���  "At Frankfort wo desired to go to the  Swau hotel. Tbe driver iusisted upon  our alighting at the 'Cygnc hotel.' Arguments again took place, aud Qiially it  came upon me that 'Cygne' was French  for that noble bird, the swan. All this  occutred, loo, in the presence of tlio female members of the family, all of, whom  spoke French, b.il cygne was too much  for them."���A.   .mnnt.  A Clever Lunatic.  "A funny thing," says tho Kenuebec  (Me.) Journal, "happened in the amusement hall at the insane hospital one evening during a minstrel entertainment. One  of the soloists had just sung a song, to  which he received a generous encore. In-  responding be stepped to the front of the  stage and said, Twill now sing you tbat  beautiful song entitled "The Lost Sheep  on the Mountain." ' '  "The prelude was,played and the singer  had just straightened up and inflated his  lungs as if to begin when ono of tbe female patients in the audience jumped to  ber feet and shouted in a shrill voice:  'Ba-a-a'-ah! ��� There, I got ahead of ye  that time, didn't I?'  "Aud she bad, for 'Ba-a-a-ah.' was just  what the singer was going to say had  she given him a chance.  "Where she had heard the joke Is not  known,'but in thus stealing it from tbe  singer's own lips she so effectually 'queered*, that individual that further efforts  on his part were useless, nnd all he could  There are thousands of young1 girls  throughout  Canada   who    owe   their  good health,  if not life itself,  tp the  timely use of Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills  for Pale People. Among these ie Miss  Ma,ud  Patterson,  whose home is    in  the vicinity of Strathroy,  Ont. To a  reporter who    interviewed   her, Miss  Patterson said :    "Several years ago  I began* to suffer from headaches,was  easily tired out, and could see     that  my health was not what' it had been.  At   first I did'not think * there   -was'  anything    serious   the    matter,     and  thought the trouble would pass away.  Jn  this,     however,   I  wras   mistaken,  for as time went on I became weaker.   The headaches attacked nie more  frequently, .my appetite failed.     If   1  stooped I -would grow so dizzy   that  I "would  almost  fall   over.  I  became  -very pale,  and always felt  tired and'  worn. out.    I,was advised  to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, and I  have rr-a-  hou to rejoice that I followed  the  advice,  and as I continued their use, it  seemed as   though   day  by  day   they  were imparting new life   to nie.    My  appetite; improved, the headaches disappeared,  the palor left my face, the  dizziness   that  bothered  me so much  also disappeared, and  E felt altogether like a different person-.   *I feel that  I owe* my renewed health ^entirely to  Dr.  Williams' Pink PilJs,    and     as   I  know that-there are many girls who  suffer as I did I would urge them to  lose no time  in  giving this* medicine  a'fair trial." '   ,  ��������� The case of Miss Patterson certainly carries with if a lesson to others  who may be pale, langufd, easily  tired, or subject to headaches, or  the other distressing symptoms that  mark the onward progress of anaemia In cases of this kind Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will give more certain and speedy results' than any  other medicine. They act promptly  and directly, making new, rich red,  blood, and strengthen the nerves-,  and correct all the irregularities incident to this critical period.  Sold by all dealers or sent post  paid at 50 cents a box, or six, boxes  for S-2-50 by addressing the Dr.- Williams'   Medicine  Co.,   Crockville  Ont.  '1 l"<-i"_> are 4.000 i<  p* Mini.l of Olicop.*-  r-;r s20.(inri,ron to-i.-iy.  D.'iiiiiail. lc;nls ;'Ae woi-hl f';r ibrifti-  iifss. lier mlj;il*.t:;iits l;a\c on an au-r-  a^'e ->Vi) in ib.' mi. in-.'-'* banks.  'jVriii.-iiiy ha*-* ji:.-t lick! its first nn-  li'.i!.'i! exhibit ii.n, of ji-**st'S near liorlni.  There were o.ej- -1 onu entries.  Over -.-fiO <"pei-ies oi foes are known  in the I'hilippMie Isl.nids. Of the.*,e  about 30 liave eonimeieial value.  If tlio world he dividul m.o land and  wafer hcniisplirivx. London is the en  tor of the land, New Zealand of the .wafer.  Thirty tbouK.-ind' women -spend tlieir  lives in drivh)-,'and steering the eanai-  bonts in sputlieni and, midland i.ii-.;  land.  Ct4  IS   DVE.A.OHIIIsrE   BOLLBD-  "Thanks for   the  tip, "DRtNTK CEYJLON'S GREEN,"  .1 found it wholesome, sweet  and clean.  Now. that I'm sound  in limb and brain ���  .I'll never drink Japan again."  J^JuJL,    GOOD   GROCERS   KEEP   IT.  MESSRS. NORTHROP & LYMAN  CO. are the proprietors of -DR.'THOMAS'  ECLECTRIC OIL, which is now being  sold in immense quantities throughout  the Dominion. It" is welcomed by the  suffering invalid everywhere with emotions, of delight, because it banishes pain  and givoe instant relief. Tnls valuable  specific for almost "every 111 that flesh is  heir to," is valued by the sufferer as  more precious than gold. It is the elixir  of life to many ft wasted frame. . To the  farmer it Is indispensable and should be,  in every house. '  A free sample of delicious ,'SALADA Tea sent on receipt  of postal mentioning which you drink���Black, Mixed or Green  Tea.  ' Address "SALADA," Toronto or Montreal,  Price  S15.00  including  a 16 inch horn,  3 records  >   and  concert sound box.  A woman is so constituted that  whenever she doesn't smile she has  to make faces.  Minard's Liniment cures Garget li -cows.  . The second week her husband is  sick , a woman looks over her old  black dresses. , '  ,  Are your corns harder to remove than  those that others have had? Have they  not had the same kind ? Have they not  been cured by using Holloway's Corn  Cure?  Try a bottle.  'The most useless husband in the  world, to a woman is worth fitting  up nights and sewing buttons   on  for.  T"n*Talking machine that talks���sings���plnys every instrument���reproduces Sousa's  Band���Negro Minsirels���siring orchestras or church choirs. _,  The Berliner Cram-o-plioiie is louder, cleaier, sweeter and simpler than any other  Talking Machine at any price���it plays cake walks, waltzes marches and op vatic selections, it sings (words and music) of all the popular songs of the day as well as Coon songs,  patriotic and sacred selections���it tells funny stories or repeats a prayer. i  The Berliner Grarn-o-phone is made iu Canada, every instrument is sold withra five  year's written guarantee. ���  The records are not wax���they are hard, flat and indestructible. Will last io years.  Write to us for Catalogue and record lists free.  FACTORY: 347-371 Aqua.o.t St., Montreal.   EMANUEt BtOUT, General Minager for Canada.  E.  BERLINER,  2351 ST.-CATHARINE STREET,   -  -   MONTREAI_  .For ealo also at Hudson's Biy stores', price $16.50 to cover express from Montreal  .BETWEEN  THE, ACTS.  do   was  down."  to   say   'Thank   you!'   and   sit  When a fool is silent it is often at  Slie wrong time.  A surgeon will not hesitate to cut  liis best friend if he thinks i,t necessary.  Tlie Manager's En pie.  Stage properties in the "early days of  the nineteenth century were of the most  primitive kind and sometimes were Jacking altogether. One night the piny \vas  an adaptation from "Der Frei'schutz,"  tbe act where Walter has' to shoot un  eagle.  Walter was there, gun in hand, ready  lo aim'at the royal bird. But no royal or,  indeed, any other specimen of the feathered race was forthcoming.  'Mr. Lee, the* manager, was, as was hia  wont, seated in a chair at the wings.  "Where's the bird?" he shouts. Xo one  knows; a regular scrimmage behind the  scene while the stage waits.  "Can't you find it, any of you?" (A  pause.) "Then (a sweat- word) here goes  my wigl" which be snatched from off bin  head aud flung across the stage.  Walter shoots! The deed is done! The  royal bird falls! The audience npplnuds  vociferously, little knowing that 'tis tbe  manager's wig doing duty as au eagle. *  ib  i  *i  J.  At  t % j t<  V  are thc only  medicine that  will cure Diabetes. V Like  Bright's Disease this dis-;  ease, wa9 incurable until  Dodd's 'Kidney, ��� Pills  cured it. Doctors  themselves confess  that without, Dodd's  Kidnoy Pills "they are*  powerless ag-ainst Diabetes. Dodd's . Kidney  Pills are the first medicine'  that ever cured Diabetes.  Imitations���-box, name and  pill, are advertised to do so,  but the medicine that does  cure  A  ��>*r:  V.  " A:  A  is Dodd's    Kidney    Pills.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are  fifty   cents  a  box   at   all  druggists.  ���u���i-.  A Very Good Uotison.  A Bradford costennonger was brought  before the magistrates for cruelty to hi.s  donkey.  When the case had been gone into, the  magistrates, seeing It wns his first appearance, wishful to let bim off, asked  him if he could get any one to say anything in his fa-or.  Looking round the court and poluting  to the chief constable, he said:   .���'.'������  "That man can." ,   ,-'. ���  The chief constable wr.'s amazed and  , immecliat"'v snid:  "I know nothing of him." ���  "Will that do?" said tbe accused. "If  he had known anything bad of tne, he  would have said it." V  He was allowed to go.���London An-  swars.;.; ,������'*':  Donble Deceit.  Mrs.  Brown���Does, niy  husband  ever  deceive me?.  Of course  he does     But  then I get square with him.  ,   Mrs. Greene���Toil don't mean that yon.  deceive him?  Mrs^ Brown-That's just what I do. I  deeeivo him by pretending to believe the  fairy stories he tells me  Nance O'Neill will play Macbeth .iP  Sydney, Australia. . '  Mary Mannering has made a hit ia  "Janice Meredith."  i - i  It is said that Coquelin wants to play  Gillette's "Sherlock Holmes."'  Clyde Fitch has written a play upon  the subject of Major Andre in which  Charles Richmau may star.  The full title of tbe new Sullivan-  nood opera is "Tbe Emerald Isle; or,  The Caves of Carrig Cleena."  In the 12 years'of his starring career  Francis Wilson has produced 11 comic  operas, at a gross outlay of ��190,000. ,  John Philip Sousa will take his band  over to the international .exhibition to  be held in Glasgow, Scotland, this year.  There was a well doflned rumor iu  London recently that Ellen Terry had  decided to retire from the stage on account of nervous prostration.  The sultan of Turkey is a great lover  of the theater and, a student of the  European drama, in which- subject be  is said to be very well versed.  Thomas A. Hall, who lias a pni-t in  "The Pride of.Jennico," was one of tbe  first'actors to play Uncle Tom iu tbe  play rtiade from Mrs. Steve's book.  Mme. Sarah i Bernhardt brought her  own carriage .and coachman to America, and throughout her entire American .tour she is accompanied by ber  own Paris physician.  "To Anna Held, from George H.  Ketcbiuu," is tbe inscription engraved  upon a silver plated horseshoe .presented to the comedienne. Tbe shoe  was worn by Cresceus, 2:0-1, in the  great $20,000 stallion race won by him  at Boston Sept. 27.  l ,  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot reach the  diseased portion of the car. There is only one  way to euro deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused'by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the  Eustachian tube.' When this tube gets inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect  hearing, and v hen it is entirely closen deafness  is the resulc, and unless the inflammation can  betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases .out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but'an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for any  case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can  not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for  circulars, free.   ,  K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold hy Druggists, 75c.  Hall's Family Pills are the best.  , Tt is far better to keep out of a  quarrel "than it is to fight your way  out.  No man has any,respect for hi.s  brother-in-law unless he is married  Jiimself. ���>  The healthy glow disappearing from the  cheek and moaning and ��� restlessness at  Bight are sure symptoms of worms in  children. Do not fail to get a botfclo of  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator; it is  an effectual medicino.  A OU-RB'POR   RHEUMATISM.���The  intrusion of uric acid into uhe blood vessels isafruitt'ul cause of rheumatic pains.<*  This  irregularity is owingto a deranged  and  unhealthy  condition   of   the' liver.  Anyone subject to this  painful  affection  will find a remedy in  Pannele'e's Vegetable Pills.    Their  action upon the kid  neys is pronounced and  most  beneficial,  and by restoring healthy action they correct impurities iu the blood.  No woman who is true to her sex  will ever marry a man who is so tall  she can't reach his hair.  Washerwomen are usually conservative; they continue in business on  the same old lines.  Says an observing philosopher :  "Time inarches on with the slow  measured tread ot a man who is  working'by the day."  Minard's Liiiiment Cures Dipi.tl.eria.  If to he (tgreeable is to "be easily  pleased, how easy it must'he to he  agreeable.  The Great -Northern railway has  made a contract with the Leyland  line, whereby they charter five boats  of that, line for five years to carry  grain between Quebec and England.'  This will enable the Great Northern  to run a weekly service.  I A   "TfKf.ATMA "BEL.TAKCE  CIGAR  L,A       I UOWiiM/V,    FACTOBY, Montreal  Footlinll Tern,  Reflections  of a  flnchcjor.  LoVe to a woman is a thrill; to a man  it is a throb.  By tbe time n man has learned to know  women he is nblc to -make a guess nt  himself.  Every woman over 30 knows a lot  of weather signs that she gets from the  way a cat acts.  A woman divide'* nil the, men in the  world into two classes���those she knov,*-.  she can flirt with and (hose she isn't suiv  about jvt.  A woman can do more with a hairpin  and the h.-indle of .-in old too!hbrii*-h  thnn a man ciin with a tool chest .'ind  three o'd clocks.  When a woman is out culling ou people  that she thinks are fnshiiiiiiililo. it nl*  whys makes her mad to hear her bus-  band .tiilk about "vciil potpie."���- Now  York Press. ,   ���  "ni:; l-Lvtxo wrri.or..  ��� Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Unci nest luua Uiy nn  IrnpOH.or*.  "That man," be said with decision  when the caller had departed, "is au impostor."  "Why do you say that?" demanded  his wife and daughters in unison.  ';lie claims lo be a bachelor," he explained, ''wad yet when wo retired to the  libraiy to binoke bf admitted to nie that  in- did not thon--i;;hly understand women.' "I tell yon, hi- bus had some inatri-  inutiial cNperii'ii"0 -vbether he's married  ur not."' *' ���    '"  -��� Sou need not cough all night and disturb your friends; there Is no occasion  for you running the risk of contracting .  inflammation of the lungs or consumption  while you** can get Bicklels Anti-Consumptive Syrup. .. This medicine ��� oures  ooughs, colds, Inflammation of the lungs  and'all throat and chest troubles. It promotes a tree and easy eipeotomtion,,  .which immediately relieves the throat  and,lungs from viscid phlegm.  The    fewer steps a man takes  longer his shoes last.'  the-  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN   CAN  HAVE A  BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine, catalogue  50J illustrations mailed free. Write us for anything in fll*iis,lc or Musical Instruments','       ,  Whaley Royce & Co., ^fegfeS*.  BSGfGLE SNAPS  ��� A postcard will  bring you our  price list of new and second-hand wheels.  Special discount to dealers. We also, want  your repair work. Send repairs in now before the rush. Wo give special and prompt ,  attention to country orders. Andre Arms  & Oj'cle Co., Winnipeg. Successors to Hys-  lop Bros. '  THEY ARE A POWERFUL NERVINE.���Dyspepsia causes derangement of  the nervous system, and nervous debility  onoe engendered is difficult to deal with.  There are many testimonials as to the  efficacy of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills in  treating this disorder, showing that they  never fail to produce good results. By  giving proper tone to the digestive organs  they- restore equilibrium to the nerve  ���centres.  WHEELER & WILSON sewing machines  Rapidity. Save.- about one day in three.  Quietness anddurabilitv "without noise or wear.  General utility.   Best for all kinds of work.  243 Portage Ave., Winnipeg:.  , Some    young  they can't hear  men dress so loudly  themselves  think.  .Cook books were written to make  young- women think their mothers  didn't know how to cook.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  A Foozle  "See here," wrathfully cried tho golf  beginner, "I'm tired of you laughing at  my game!-, Ifi hear any more impudence  from you, I'll crack you over the head."  "All right;" said the caddie. "But,  say, I'll b,et yer don't know w'at'd be de  right club ter do it wit',"���Exchaugr**.  A Snor_l.ee.  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In a popular MigaVino r.-as  related,  .id many  r_.cn ��1:.! rfgo,  dn   incident  'illustrating the   tcnderneos  of Abraham 1 inboln.    \7hiie payjcig, Grant a  ,,-isiL at I'ia headquarter   at   Coruith,  .Mass., he became' much   attache*!   to  . liree  kittens   he    found  there,  aud,  'when leaving, ho'gave-orders that they  should ho kindly treated."   It .--is  conceded nov,' bv'"all   that''-Lincoln   vras  kind   Lc ^vurylhinf.    and   everybody.  He was cc '-iuch  inclined   to pa-rdon  soldiers for violr.tit.ii,cf kriDy ruleethat  liis Cabinet Ma-iseiJi cfteii-i.eca'rr.e . iiri-  patientv;ith him.' It vns a quality pf  Jus kipdness that he qockl bs as tender,  toward *.-ic cjsiriec aa   his .rienas  'was dveA'o \hish\ct thct his us&th  ,ilmust.r.s rcuch-lameRted,fe.t the sotjth  as at fhe north.'   in   thin tra:t> p:: Mr.  I.incoii-i'a character  shines^ forth,   the  'true greatnepc  cf ths'rr^artyred':prea-  ^dent,-    ;'.'    -        -  '   i-  i   The gi-vBat, and bravo arc tlwsya kind.  The Ijtitle and cbv/ardly are o'ure to bo''  tcruel.    A mail   displays   his ' cruelty  ,  .    ���   i     ,. -   - *        > ���       ���, ' ���  whipping liorees,  and ,a \ns  p07  ez-  hibitg 'his  cov/ardics  snd' cruplty b'y  jibusing a  srqaller  and  weaker corn-  panion.   Thic boy tortureo  birds  and  ku��s and ofher hclples6 creatuf'eo, anc'  torments also his  little brothera   and  sisters.    He never taken one hlo  size,  ���for he is as cotrrnrdly ' as ha   is   cruel.  yhe brave boy ia the one who will   not  'give any ii uhlan bein-s or beast neeci-  lees suffering.    Tlje man who has some  td. the pity o[ God in his soul  will   be  tender in proportion as   he   is   bravo.  When Oaptan .Philip asked  his  brave  sailor boys not toph6er v/hen the poor  Spaniards were going to the bottopa of  the sea, bi3   words  thrilled  the  world  and made "a hero of him for ever.  -'The   bravest  are    the    tenderest.  .iEhe loving are tbe  darjng."���pr.   W.  S.Danley.in "Kew Century Quarterly."  ALL JS BEAUT IFUL.  Gb. OodJ how taautlfal li earth,  .  Ia sunbeam or lnslisde; '  Her forests with their saving arcb;  ^er,flowe?8 that gem the glade;  Her hJHpcJr_3 whits 7rith fleeoy fioolts;  Her flelds-vrlth snalri' that glo>;  Hsr sparkUny streamlets, deop'-aad broa d  She,*, through tj��B v��Ueys fiow;  ins-aam, or your own loyalty ���will be put  ! in question/' ^    .  ;4A_ad,;'jirky/v/h��.t car. I do?l* aslred  Ker.nres^d wa7e|..th..j_plaBB...-ie chcre,  And lift their anthems loud;  gar mountains, with their 8ol6S-.n Brows,  That too the y'eJjUngr cloud.  OS, Sod I how, -j-aajn-ful U life  Tl)_it Thou doft lend lis Here;  BU cteered wlth-hopea' that llae ehe pload,  And ^oyg that gem the fcear-r      ;  Wth cradlo tynma cf mothera youEJf'(  And tre&d of yovfthful feet;" ' *.-  ThopasarcQ ta t-helrslastlo JJou&4    '  3ow do Fn the gross flowers'eiv'eefe, .  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Handbook on Patents  flun.f-i.fi olios'. aaeiK'v fOr securing patent*-.  .-.   -i ,..,,  {, Qcj. receive  ' - ' "     * ��� i '  JJTotlwkl-ig.v'- -  f-'veomykinff,"'  The toasts, ifteugh BlighUy dia-ayoui,  we're y ttered pipsultaneoiiBlji' and ft smai i  gljisa oi rare Qli pcirt-jvap enjp^ied in  lioiio.? pj eaob.-   rf ha /soene wa^' tbe  broad yeranda p-f  a South  Carolina  plantation,'vhoi fiitecn piijes irota the  famous city ot  Charleston; the' time  was the early autumn of, 1781; while  th�� characters were a young captain ot  his majesty's artillery^  a  portion of  which was guarding the pity of Charleston, and a young- woman in perhaps her  f-wenty-Becond year.   A famous beauty  was this Kiss Phoebe Poindexter, and a  most captivating picture aho mode, in  th�� eye-a of thp Of+pi^ip 'pf artillery; as  ���she  est $tt'"4?4rfd?.JiJ the -k^S Qt   ber  harpsichord, r^ttey feplacing' the ampty  wine glass on ths .table ^ear her.   The  latter waa a h&r-dflonie yp.yng- man, apparently thirty years of age," with a  perfect air pf gqod bfeeding and evidently pf aome-grac-ea; fQr he" had just'  finished a nolo "pm tiie" flute to the accompaniment of the youlig- lady.  "The fact ia, Hiss Phoebe, I hardly  know what I should do with myself,  we7-e it not for the possibility of riding  out "here to spend an occasional afternoon with 3*"Ou���or should I say, both  in gallantry and truth, every afternoon with you? ' The" town is simply  too dull for a soldier, now that Lord  Cornwallis has taken the major part of  our army withhim la his chase aft-er  the rebel,Greene,"  "And what do you think, captain, are  his chances of capturing1 Gen. Greene?"  ���'Oh, the chances, are perfect, my  dear lady. Why, the rebels were absolutely ��� routed, according1, to our dispatcher., at the battle of Guilford Court  House, and so badly demoralized that  they ran from the field like sheep. Indeed there was po necessity for our pursuit. Greene is starving up there"in the  mountains of North Carolina and will  surrender at discretion in the course of  a week or two. His defeat and reduced  circumstances will be the excuse, but  the real reaBon will be British gold. You  remember, of course, our success with  tlieir Gen. Arnold. Well, after a man's  ambition has been killed, he will not  fight in any cause with neither food  nor pay. And that is the dire extremity to which Greene has been forced by  the glorious success -of his majesty's  arms.*' My 'Lord Cornwallis has turned  north and in a month will have defeated  and captured that little boy of a Frenchman, - La Fayette. With their armies  of the south and of the center defeated,  he will move next spring upon the only  remaining armies of the rebels, that  under the miscreant Washington. It  ivill be a short campaign, a battle, a  rout, a pursuit and then peace^���and  with peace will come its delightful  handmaiden love. And then ��� then,  Mistress Poinde^ter, I shall have the  lionor of claiming you foi- a bride, of  selling out my commission and living  the  quiet life of an English country  j cer with scoimful.and iijLdigpant ?syes.  j' ' "You'can tell them that there is i  j one concealed in" your'houseV %<s vdll  never dare to doubt your word." '   '  '    *  |     "You would have me tell a lie to save  J you���nie, the -woman you pretended to  ,love and wish to make your wife ?','' -    *  **It is a case of necessity.���quick, they  are approaching on both sides.   .They  bays been informed.   It is a trick!"  "Where wiJl you hf-de?" asked the  girl, ^pith &11 inciting'empl^ sis "on the  vrord ?*Jilde." - - ��� .     .  -.���Ypii-Wm tell thejn that uo on0 ifl  concealed "in the house ??t*  ' '-"I'sii^ll te"nTaem"iioiIun# but the absolute triifch���be quick,*!"' ;' ' -*' " '"  ���*-'!TKeii itherp-fe'biatJ*-o--.e -plate where  I will be safe," answered the-captain.  "and ther*ft only if he he "a gentleman.''  Saying which,'.'the'".capiaiif darted up  the stairs and entered iliss Poindex-  ter',a-,pwn chamber^* ���>.,. .*���    ^ ,.., :��� "  He had no more than cloeed tlie door  when -a lithe,.'athletic-young officer in  the "jmrtis.Cn cavalry leaped oyer..the  railing of"ther veradda^'and stood-," embarrassed aiid hat in hand, bowing-fee*,  fore .the young.-mistress of ��he man-  eion, *���    ������-.     V-.V,   ^-' . r  "Phoobel" exclaimed the young noi-  di(^;.    ' ' ' l'  ' '   ' '-'"���   ..    '-'  "'Would it not be.better to address  iao m yovw prisoji^i:?!' Rm^wered Mine  .^ola'-dex^x., "HI aia obtmh.talfeu.yqu  have B'urreniiad-.'i ay home v?ith'6rmed  soldi��3n�� and havo'wiaa yourself oa co  geutle .errand." '    '"'  '���Prisoner Ph.qebe?" anB^ere4 the patriot PAptftin, ��� % would never' wish to  hold you prisoner, save in the. bonds of  love'   Myprei-enca here ���needs an exr'  planation and I will make it.   I have received information that an. EngliBh'offl-  cer Is visiting you this afternoon.   It  is a matter of duty. -I have been ordered far in advance' gf the returningr  troops' of Marion and Sumter for the express purpose of catching some of the  officers at the g&rriBon at Charleston  off their guard; and! expect to appear  at the very gates of that city before T  am done and let the-q} know that, fax  from being defeated, aa" they suppose,  Gen, Greene's army has driven their red'  coats from the Carolinaa and is chasing  Cornwallis himself to the sea.".  "What a roismnce.l'- laughed, the  young lady.   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"    ' '     "  "A charming arrangement of events  for yourself, my dear Capt. Webbl But  I must say it appears to me as though  Gen. Cornwallis' movement into Virginia is more like a retreat than the advance of a victorious and conquering  armj'. And as for Gen. Greene, they  say that ho is not only harassing Gen.  Cornwallis at every step of his northward movement, but has detached his  cavalry and a portion of his riflemen to  reconquer the Carolinaa and Georgia."'  "On what utter nonsense do these  misguided colonists feed their despairing hepcal" answered the cap'tain.  "Why, it would be no more ridiculous  for you to assure me that a detachment  of Marion's outlaw*, were here, surrounding thiB very house, and that I  was in danger of becoming a prisoner  to them, as to���what was that?" The  captain jumped hurriedly from his seat  and, grasping the railing of the veranda in front of him for support, looked  anxiously up and down the road that  ran in front of The old plantation,  "It seemed to me like the winding  of a horn," said the lady, calmly.  "And, by my faith, I heard the galloping of horses and a short command,"  continued the captain, excitedly.  "H=-.id'\ inside, captain, as your value  -���   * ���?'T ';*,=; .fi..-:  "J paw ,i  1 ,"!.;-.    !">      'h  He ordered up his men and began a  systematic search of the mansion and  surrounding buildings. He himself,  however, stood immovably in front of  the door that he knew opened into her  private apartments, and permitted no  one to enter. The search was therefore  useless.  "Well," said she, teasingly, <4why do  you not enter my own room?"  "If he is an officer he should be a gentleman, and could not be there," answered the captain. "You have been  fooling me, Phoebe, in order tb give him  a start. I do hot blame you. lie was  a guest, and you have but observed the  laws of hospitality, even though he is  an enemy to our country, farewell���  remember always I shall come to you  when this war is finished." '  "Why not come before���to-night?  You will not wish to camp nearer  Charleston than this, lam sure. Grand--  mother, who is in town to-day, shopping, will be back by tea time, and you  can tell us all the,news."  "And may I tell you something else ?"  "Yes���without even waiting for the  war to end. And I will tell you something, too." The young patriot turned  about for a moment���and for a kiss.  Then springing into tho saddle he shouted the command: "To horse, the road  tb Charleston���gallop lM and was off.  As soon as he and his men were well  out of sight, the English artillery captain made his appearance. "iBuppose,"  he said, "that I am under obligations to  you���and yet I thought your truthfulness would have been the ruination  of me," ���  "And could you have admired or loved  a woman who had deliberately lied?"  "Well, that is rather an odd question.  If you had told an untruth it would  have been in a noble cause. All is fair  in lovo and war, you know."  "Even hiding In a woman's apartment."  "Oh, yes���when necessity com pels it,"  "Well, Capt. Webb," said MIbb Poin-  dexter, slowly, -*will you ia your turn  do mo a favor?"  "With tho greatest pleasure, I am  sure/' answered the gallant captain.  "Will you please mount your horse  and  get safely back- into   your   own  CHAS.  P, CAMPBELL.  t       , -r*  Funeral Director  apd    -  Enib aimer.  Graduate of .Oharppiou College ol the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  *.tore, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph, and  mail orders promptly attended to,  Cranhrook, B. Q.  JO��>*   I5.VKBE1-,   D, vJ). _,S.,    T..   1).    B.  iv. l. r,Eir>, n.q.  SI. L. nOM.li.TEH, TKEAS.  FRANK D^NIiy, it.   S.  J. SI. J.1NPSAY, F. S.  Moyie   Miners!   Union  , ��,      MiA  Meets iu Jjlepregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members tsre  cordially invited��to attend.  II. H. D.MOpR*,  Pre&ident.  B. T. SMTfTp;  Secretary,  ���a  JUJEWTIST,  Office and'Residence    CEANBROOK  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in tho Moyie sjchooi'  house on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at-  8 o'clock sharp.  J. P. Farreu,, Pres.  A. P. Macdonald,    Lewis Thompost, *  Vice-Pres. Sec'y,  a .DVflw'.E-iqjtaBrf*   vw   WW/  ���". * -       '.   j.   .. '    ���  ,wholesale and j.etaii.  MEAT     MERCHANTS,  Fresh  and Cur<;d Meats, Frt-.-li  * .Fish, Game  and  Poultry,    We  ���  supply  only   the  beat.     Your  trade tjolioitgd.'.   *  *        M-VlWrcET:.   _VT  M&Cf;EQDr     "    "SfpijT CTEL��:r-E  itfiixii, ���: *. juai-bi^-tLEY,  ^/-UIDNEJ?. piUNBivOOK.  V&JiE'   ":      '   $la.n office/  FOR   FINE   TAILORWG   GO   TO  MERCHANT   TAILOR/  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE, B. 9  {' Vtj:if*'-;l\<  *VV��^7$:  :AA)kyM  as  J30UKT MOYITi;,'  Ko.  *tOu5.  MoetH on tbe last Thuro-  day ot cuch moBth. Via"  Iting bretliern invited  to attend.  (J. T. JfoGRECJOB, R. S.  - fi'-wte*'!,  ,*. ���? iittWAi  .., -, *,... ��� . ej^" ii  l. If . ���-.'., . .'Tv'j  w*"*V,*����*A  ki'v-K^Ai  JOSEPiT KJETDEItSTADT, I'rojn.  Lager beer pold   by tbo  Keg or doze^  bottles.  DIRECT ROUTE.  Sast.  Winnipeg,  Torputo,  Buffalo,,  Montreal,  Botslon,  New York,  WEST.  Kootenayg,  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Seattle,  Tortlanrl.  San Francisco,  ii.'^e:  s.-iJf-I Mish Polndextcr.  ::-:)  vja. Soo Line.  ST* PAUl, CHICAGO.  ALL UN'ITfil) STATEI3   I'OfN'TS.  Through tickets to England, the continents of Australia, China and Japan.  Wcjxu-c       "TRAINS MOVIIH        Arrlyp  8;50a. m, WEST 3:09 p.m.  3:09 p.m. EAST 8.60 a. m,  Apply for Rates, Maps, Tltno Cards, Tickets and  Full Informat'on to Xearest Local  Agent,  G. Hillier, Agent, Moyie,  f \r.Tj:'7 . . j, '-.n i.i-  .",-i, I'ii1     ., ��� .)'.'-* .'. ! ,i-     ��.  !-"���' ".*a*if-ir"i;'  Presbyterian     Church  ,     ' SERVICES  Are held in McGregor hall each  Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.  Sabbath school apd, pastor's bible  class at .;. p. in.  The public arc invited and .will be  welcomed cordially to each and all of  these servioeo. G. B. GKEIG,  Pastor.  ���^.i.^iwiiiw i�����a_ai>a^ng^M_aa..i.i-._.iiM.i_._awMi.��jw.ii.mi-ULMmu,ii  .. i .i      ,    " ' -.    St. Eugene International.  BAUBER SHOP AND  BATH EQOMS.  W5 R, STONE, Prop,  St. Eugene Mine, Mo>ie B. 0  Bottled Beer  in Stock,.,.  Outside Orders Giyen Strict Attention.  mm i  &$mi  i * ^mm  i   -i-mi  '    I    -toiM  1 i- ���- %. * '  *���    '..'UiVV  THE BON TON STORE OF MOYIE,  Call and see our new spring  stock of men's and boys'  suits just arrived.  ladie's and Gents' Furnishing.  ,<V ) llll * ���>.'.! now lot of ties  ;.'ii'.'v arc bij'ivi!.'e-..  GET yOTJB  PJCTURES FEAMED  Prest, the photogTa*,  pher, has just re-.  ceive'd the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay,  W. A. Prestj  Photographei'i  Cr.iiibroolc,    ,-tfoy.e,     FoytSooto  Will VJ9i* Moyie pn  Tuesday and Wednesday  1  -mmt>,:i��%-i    -p. I i _.*^  SUV  YORSELF A  A>m  ���-i 'fj'-Ar'"'  ������-��� *���?.{'?  >;�����? \^%  li* ^^-.ST'tt  A\nY 'i-t  1 V \V.i'  i   t    'V  ���ii  'AA'Aij  .', *��.  \-  \ \  )  m&  ���^rS  ���^JtSi*.  J. J. MURPHY  & C0.'$   i  f i  ^  yxoiiy   vovri:, v.  * i\i\A  i %

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