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 For LADIES,' GENTLEMEN,  and CHILDREN.  Largest assortment aud smallest price in  all kinds of footwear. Rubber goods being  cleared out at cost. A large and well ��� assorted stock of underwear and Top shrirts  at a price unequaled in'any western town.  bT FAIL TO SEE OUR SUITS AT  &co.  ;&  A'  /  ��W<  <i-  ./���  /  " KJi'"  ,t-  .r  <>.*'*>*  M()Yffi, Br 0., MARCH 24,190CX  88'A YEAS  LOCAL   NEWS.  Favorable Outlook  for  a Busy Season.  TlEIliT01TILMloWBB^- Jws  -AUEORA. AND  FSIDAT  Went Side Proportion  Sliowing Up   "Well  Under the Development \ijilcli  fa Coinj? on.  Itis'safeto say'that there will be  more aclual mine development done  in the Movie,, camp /during the  year 190Q than there has in all the  time sippe the camp was discovered.  Net oniy will the big St. Eugene property   be wprfcsd pr, ft larger scale than  lANAWAN  BANK   OF. .  Paid Up Capital,',?6,000,000,  BBMtCH.      > -J- W. H. SMTTHMIGB,  V'S***"***^'*"*1 VFiWFiV VFVFVFT& ivrjciSrrtW  house   in  4  KccU ui-3" IT  I  Sp< cifll  East  heated throughout wi th.hoiair.  First class,in 'every   respect.      ci��i.-��u^,  rates to boarders.    Goo d sample   room,.,  for commercial men. .,  European plan. . Open day and.a    i��l" j  .     ��� .       ��� ���'}  CKANBEOOK, - -. B.  t*  jsMAI^t. Prop.  t)J2SAUi>-IKlt.* CO., 1'iops.                               , iK  R'pgular Meals  Served hi'; flip  Dining W  Eoomy with   Sil6ii'r   OjidEUB  bctwetu J��  meals'.              ��� *$?  eadquaHefe|ftfr COmmcnoiaf ahd Mining Men. ^  ~.               MOYIE,   B. C. /K  ?��������� ^^^^^s^e^^w5*?^? i^^  eycr before, but. the, various other  properties in tha Vicinity will also be  given'ri#ore ationt^on.  Arrangements'  are  being mado  to  start   the   St.   Eugene   concentrator  about tbe  first, of   April   if   possible.  The new addition will  be  nearly  fin-,  ished by thatr time,' or'bo  far enough  along at least that it  will   not' interfere with   the   running   of   ths   mill.  .The mill compressor  building,   office,  assay office',  etc.,  will  be   lighted   by  electricity and the work of putting   in  the wires for this  purpose  is. now   in ���  progress.  ��A force of men  is  grading  between the mill and the No'.l  tunnel  of the Lake Shore mine    for ;a   tram  line, so that the mill will be, supplied  with ore from ��� this property also.   A  new siding and spur  will  be  built  at  the mill, and the"proseat "blind'; siding will be lengthened and connected  with the main  line.    M.> Shwdy ' has  the contract and he will begin  operat-'  ious in about a w-oek'i 'time.    It ' will  take nearly 30 days  to  complete   this  work. -    .    .,  TIIS'ACKOKi.'  Things are beginning to ^ brighten  on tue'west side of the lake. The face'  of the Aurora tunnel will soon lie m  ore, and as the work progressed'the  owners become' more confident that  ihey have a good thing. ' Manager'  Under says that if bus niio��e,0shov3 up  sutn'oiently well he will install an air  compressor early this summer. ' This  is u. case where money realized from  Movie mines in. remaining at home  mid is being used f.�� dcwlop mines in  the' same district. Mr. R ider m.ido a  comfortable fortune out of the Lake  I Short) mine, and'now seems on the  ] road to make another good sized stake  out of his new venture, and there is  ''not a man in Moyie   but  wishes   him  success.  - The Friday group; owned by S. A.  Scott, is another west side property  which is showing up well and is destined to turn out'all right.  The Transvaal at the lower eud of  Movie laku is looking line. 0. L.  Shauklin is sending a small shipment  oioroto Northport to ' have a test  made.  Bob Hogaii has returned   to   Moyie.  Dr. Eell, V. S., was in Moyie  Monday. ,  G. H. Miner was in   Moyie  between  trains Tuesday. ' '  A. P.  Bremncr   was, in   Oranbrook  the fore part of the week.  Mrs. F.   W.   Frith ' returned   from  Crahbrook Monday.        ��� ,    ,    r  11, L. Henderson of  Fcrnie   was  in  I Moyie most of the week.  I     \yestley Cline of Macleod has opened  a barber shop in the Central Hotel.  .A. T. Clark, of the Moyie hotel, was  on'the sick list the first ol the week.  Geo. Ratley'is having his lot facing  Railroad avenne cleared and graded,  preparatory to erecting a building ,  A movement is on foot towards  organizing an Oddfellow's lodge in  Moyie.  P. J. Elmer went to Nelson this  week as a delegate to the miner's convention.  Mrs. L. ,M. Mansfield returned to  Moyie from Oranbrook, wliere she was  visiting friends.   ,  ftl. H. Cowan, the railway contractor,  was a passenger  dr.   yeaterday.'s   oast,  bound train. ��  Lyman . Wilcoh has returned to  Moyie and. will work in the St. Eugene  concentrator.  - The ice on Moyie lake'is beceming,  honeycombed and is already breaking  up'jound the edges. �� ���  Postmaster & J. Cann of Port Steele  was iu Moyie Sunday druming up  business in the piano line.  Tom Rogue of Kfislo will in ' a few  days open a cigar store in the' Central  building on Queen's avenue'.  ' Prof. Cooper, the blind phrenologist,  gave-an interesting lecture on Infidelity and Fanaticism in McGregor hall  last Sunday evening.  McMahon .Bros."have had a sign  placed over their'hotel which can _ be  seen-from any part of the town.  \V. G. Arnald has ( returned from  Macleod and was accompanied by  Mrs. Arnald. They will reside on  their ������farm south of Moyie.  That's   What   Moyie's  Station will Be,  Trp  WILL COST   $6,000  Temporary    improvements    Are    Heine  aiado Feuding tlie JJnildingol  tlto Sow Station,  Moyie is to have  the  finest  station  on the Crow's Nest line.   This  seems  strange for a town  that le^Q  than  a  year'ago wae refused eyen a  a aiding.  But it is a faci nevertheless.    Thp   &���  P. E. has , mado  an appropriation   of  '.$6,000 for this purpose and' the  work  will begin in  s  short  time.    In 'fact  the work would probably have been  started before this were it net. fqr_.the  scarcity   of . the   company's   lumber.  They have  plenty   of   logs   at   Coal  Creek, but as yet  very' few   of.   them  have been sawed.  The new'station will be' built, after  the plan of the one in Oranbrook, but  it will,be larger and far superior in  every way.    , * -  Temporary improvements are being  made: A boxcar,hag been placed near  the little station which will be used as  a freight shed until the new otation is  built, and the .'present platfoim will  also be lengthened.  Cranbrock Herald:  IJ. E. Eeattie received this week a  great many new lines of stationery  and  stationery no'/eliieq.  The C. P. -R-- ice house has been  filled this week with ice from Moyie  lake. i '  It it rumored that a saw mill is to  b'e put up at War'dner,   ^  E. H. Small has a pair of fine English pheasant? hi hi3 window that are  attracting a great deal o�� attention.  W. F. Qurd, the solicitor, is having'  a handsome pffi.ee fitted up in the  tow'hsite building.  J. E,. qcstig^n -57eut to Crows ' Nest  tip? vjesfr- to defpud   a 'man 'charged ���  witV/iahfng cqaj frqui   the C.  P. U.,  and secured his acquital.  James If.errigan/the wholesale   grocer and liquor  dealer,  is  getting; liis  establishment in bhape  to  embark in.  the bottling business on a, more   ez-  teneive spalo,    '-  German Sos, Hubbero and Mackinaw's going at cost, at the'Fort Steele  Mercantile company,  <  Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Mansfield  came  up from Moyie Saturday for   a   brief  visit between trains,  ' Born���On'Saturday, March 17,1900  to -Mr. and Mrs.  John  Hutchison, of  Oranbrook, a boy.  direct-  ��'    't��^' Thin hold i.i;��oiv open to   the public, luidjis  wcli;��furn-   '"*"    ibhed throughout.    None but the bes,t  brands of  wines,  liquors uud cigars kept in stock.        .        -        .,      ���      ���  1<FTRST    CLASS  \idMrM'   . .   .  jr' warniiMHi���iii i _ ���  A C'COMMODA. TIOJS S.  MOYIE, B.    0  ���PI  [|M%IK,  ^s Hotel is New and well Furnished.  The  1 Tables are Supplied^ with the Best tne  1 Market affords. The] Bar is Filled witn  the Best -Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  \t;  HEADQUARTERS  FOR Gpf��0&pi&U  ilP^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^se^ess^^s^^^6^^��66^^6666^  What's Vour Vace "WortU"?  Sometimes a fortune, but .never, if,  you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches  on the skuvall sig^ ��f Liver Trouble.  But Dr. King's New Life Pills give  Clear Skin, Kosy Cheeks, i Rich Complexion. Only 25 cents at Hope &  Beattie's drug store.  Unless a body goes to its last resting  place in a union made coffin it will  \!o refused burial in the cemeteries of  Chicogo and vicinity, if the plana ol  labor unions to organize a grave diggers' union arc carried out. Already  thev have compelled the placing of a  union label on every cradle manufactured aud it is the avowed object of  the unions to unionize, everything  from the cradle to the grave inclusive.  No exception will be; .mado in any  case9, whether poor rich, infidel or true  believer, union or nonunion sympathizer The men who believes that  death ends all strife will see the union  label following.his friends into the  ���Lrave"'' The man who- has made a.  herculean struggle against labor  unions in life will be   triumphed  over  by them in death.  Metal Quotations.  "���New York, March" 24.���Bar silver  5^. cents- '.-Lea-d, H^ �� ' *4.76;  ThV firm that fi.^eet the eellng.  prices for minora and smelters  quotes load at $4.45 at the close..��� ���,  Attention is called to   the  large ad :  of  MacEachern & Maedonald  on   the  fourth page  of   this  paper,    ll^ad   it  and then inspect their stock-of  goods.  11 is said that the Gooderham-Black-  btock    syndicate  ol  Toronto  id  now  negotiating for the Halls Mines   smelter^ and if successful will turn  it into  a attaight customs smelter,  D. J. Leahy returned to Moyie Monday from eastern Canada, where he  spent most ol the winter. While his  trip east was a pleasant one, he was  glad to get back to the gem of the  Kootenaya..  The Manhattan hotel, formerly the  Kauffman house, is being repapered  aud renovated throughout. Messrs.  MacKinz-ic & Pullman are hustlers  aud if they do not receive their share  of the patronage it will not be their  fault.  Notices signed by J. P. Martin, provincial timber' inspector, have been  posted along the line of the Crowd  Nest'branch in British Columbia, announcing that all saw logs, ties, etc.,  have been seized and will be held  until certain royalties have been paid  the government.  The Amalgamated Order of Googoos  did a largo line of business in various  and assorted languages one night this  week, and several candidates were  initiated. The editor of this paper  was up against the game and got a  touch of high life, but escaped the  Dutch Hip. This degree wc will take  later on.  jjolll'nt l�� Place.  The 135 pound bell which was donated by James Crqniu to' the Moyie  d.atliolic Church was' this week, placed  'in a tower to the rear of the church.  The bellis of a oleai-i sweet tone and  can be heard at an: exceptionally long  distance. : ���'���.'.  Jewelry Store Coming.  D. L. Bettchiii, a popular young  jeweler, well known, all over East  Kootenay, was here this week and  made arrangements; for opening a  jewelry store' about April first. He  will occupy a portion: of C J. Kose's  cigar and confectionary store.  -   Cranes and 3Eed41crs.  ��� Every town has a few meddlesome  persona, and Moyie is not an exception to the rule. Complaint - has' been  made to GovermenfAgent Armstrong  that gambling in Moyie was rampant  ���and that things were being run in a  high handed manner generally. :Notf  this is a mistake, and the person . who  is attempting to stir ' up the trouble  should be' in better business.' A more  law biding class of people cannot- be  found in any -town in Ease Kootenay,'  then those of Moyie, Constable 'Cox,  sneaking to a Leapee representative  a" day'or two ago, said; l(l have been  a provincial constable for three years,  and have been more or less in the  frontier towns of the ICootenays, and  J. must say that Moyie is the most  aceful town I was ever  in.    Why  I  pea-  have been here since the 27th of   last  November and have only made two  arrests. Show ne another town of  Movie's size tha t its constable could  sa/the same thiug/ I venture to say  there is not one in British Columbia."  The managing of the affairs of a  town should be 'left to its business  men, and not to cranks aud "Johnny-  come latched" who have no'interests at  stake,  L  " Building Sotes.'  The Lake Shore addition is soon  to  have another large   and   substantial  building. ��� It .will be built by  M. ��� h.   .  Eollister on his lot south of the Lake ���  Shore hotel, and the plana -and specifications   have   already - been   drafted..  The building will be 30x50 feet in the  clear and two stories in 'height/ The  front on the first floor  will   befitted  into two large store rooms, while  the  room in the rear will be reserved  for  his own workshop.   The second flooi  will be  'fitted up ,��or a  hall.    It will  rhave two ante rooms and a stage, and  the hall space" will be 30x40 feet in the  blear.   This   Will be suitable for  all  kinds of Urge1 gatherings, operas',  etc.  Work on the building will start   about  the first of April, aud when completed  Mr.   Hollister  will  begin the  manu-1  facture of furniture, kitchen treasures,  desks,   Bcre'en   doors',   etc.,   and    the  building of all kinds of  boats suitable  for tbe lake,  Athletic Club Eotertainxneut.  The Moyie Athletic   Club, formerly  the hockey club; will  give   an   enter-1  taiument about   the   15th   of   April.  One of  the  main features  will  be  a  mock trial,; Bardell  va.   Pickwick,  in  which the local talent  will  show its,,  ability.    Tne     boys    should     receive  . every encouragement  from the peoplo  of the town. *���  Elmer iii .Ferule.  Pernio. Free Press: Mr. D..J. Elmer,  Pre=idcnL of the Miners' Union, was  in town this week. He was on' his  way home,after making a tour of the  district. While in Fernie' Mr. Elmer  made' the Free Press a pleasant call,  which was much appreciated, as Mr.  Elmer is a man of more than ordinary  intelligence.' He holds veiydecided  views on political questions, and assured us that it was the intention of  the organized labor of the district to  run a strictly labor candidate���a man  who will pledge himself to support  their views���at the next election. No  choice had yet been made, but in all  probability a convention of labor men  will be held in the uoar_ future when  a candidate will b=�� chosen. Mr.  Elmer is an old timer in these parts,  having conic to Moyie long before  there there was any sign of a railway.  He is a mining man of large experience, and'"his pluck and perseverence  in the face ot the,, hardships experienced by all pioneers now bids fair to  giye liim good returns for his labor.  ,    Ho Tooted XUo Surgeons.  ' All doctors told Benick Hamilton,  of 'West Jefferson, O., after suffering  IS months from' Rectal Fistula, he  would die unless'; a''costly operation  Was,performed; but he cured himself  with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best  iii the World. Surest Pile cure' on  ���fiarttii 25c a box, at Hope. & Beattie  drug Store. ������'������...  Express OUlco Moved.  - J. N. McCracken has resigned his  position as AgeM lot the1 Dominion  Express,Go., and the ofiico has been  transferred to tlie 0. P. li. station aud  put in charge of Agent Mansfield.  Mr. Mansfietd is always open for business, and those wishing to buy express  money orders, etc., will know where to  rind him.  t ,  Kuskouook Burned Down.  The town of ICuskouook was practically destroyed by fire last Thursday,  and today only three buildings are left  standing on the townsite.  James Kerrigan &Co.  CBAXUKOOK,    &��� C.  Wholesale Grocers  AN'D  General Agents.  Home and   Foreign   Bonded  ���     ���     houses.  Ware-  Wishkey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,     Etc,  CORUESrOKDEKCE   UYVITED,  m  IT  i-  *'t\  J.ti  :-^i  '   '> f  it!  L El  ���' if  ��� t- F  1 ' &  ,1   '   ,i\  i-   'SI  '.. 'vl  ='1 *l  ���',- 'J j  (if  ���In  "'?[  <i\  ���V!  e*l  i  I'..  r��  i': Sv  I  ���  k  ���>',  ,'/-!'t-   '*  if     !>  *  i  r  ,..-;��?;  i  (       ''���  i  ���M.  weit  lu n,  " 1:"  1  *        lj  !          -,  -i-  t  ' ��� > i    ? ���  .'m ,;  > -V'  a w  ���'I.  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";  t ^  Pit ,;"1  J.rf I'll-  !'"���!   :  ir.r  iiv".  **  i*'1''.',  **���                   V  ,'"  *>    if  H  <  ������   <.  .; ? ;���: ���  X  '  - ,!  ������'!:;.���  -,.:'I,-'f:  '���:���! ���  , ,   'J  .1'  t t  I  > > I f  t 1   t  I '  I ''  1  I ,<���'  i :  i >  rn  I ilE lILnuO ilfiUiiLil  By WI1THEELEY OEE53TEI.  (To b* c-cnt!r.ued.j  STAGS -GLINTS.  <Oop7rtgfc.S 1893. bT W��*th.?rl��T Cicsa.*��.J  "Feb. 11.���lam lonely and rest];ss  it mtist be beccuse Ariiinr io away  again I wish tbi5 vagnc-, unre?t, this  ondeQned Eonnething, 'did not creep in  so often. This pr��=ezniiaejit of evi!  cannts ieg. Why can 1 not re=t and Le  absolotely content, as I was at first?  "Feb. 15.���My nerve? are all wrong.  L  am   always  dread jug seme Irigbtfnl  calamity.    I will  shjjke this'c-ehng off  'Hud, flgk   Arthur  when   W;   eball   go  abroad, as we talked of doing.  "Feb    1G.���.Artbnr  Rays  be  cannot  l��ave EnglaurJ juu now���rhathis lands |  bad.  Mane- Dressier i? playing in a ske-ieL  Tl:<r f: Ui.' r -���i>trii:- of th^t jesr dc-a.'t j cipicd  -won;:;:), \?~,<. (  w: j   .   r   ub-���-. ;.:-ui life  in :lif> Ktirj   ' led to her own initio."  in :   :jy   i.v.'kin:.-     Tbi-u came ctiiers '  that ,"���!; :,'.' rfciii c��^criy.  *'"1'. ::._�����    ��-   1   came   oat   of a   shop  WD'--ie I 1:20   r&iren my work, i noticed  a tail   n,:^ WM2hir:g me with interest  I io'krd r.t rim a second tim&    It was  Robert: 1 knew him at ence by tbe Ecar  on   his forehead and hie dear red ha;r  Bat, oh, how   altered he W3S���aud   ha  has lost airnrml H8 ecarcely waited for  rev exclamation   of  joy and surprise to  cru^   to  me,    What a meeting it was I ; ir��g :o in-ai  Poor boy J   How he must have  suffered  Eiuce he left ue!    We walked abont for  bem;   jn the park, talking   about what  bad iiapps-md since we  saw one another    Hdwas naturailj much enrprifed to  s,:art w-.�� ^ j THE VEXED QUESTION HA I l/tt'AYS AX!) SNOW  ':.)��� tUi  MOBETROUSLEOVER THE BEGINNING  OF THETWE.NTlE.7r; CENTURY.  3^"  r^J'.'G  WITH   ITS   EXCESS   ON  TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE-  with the odd till" of '���l"ii"!  In Shii-: '\Va:si=."'  Mr��i. Neil Hi::'"'.---- l:r>< ill  ,~.   \ !!���->���.��.  ^03  in hard: ru pi or.  ���, p?iit:on  hnbiliiiilS -1 lTinunt-  .<IO.).u:.,vi.  . (  learn  I ws  livjmr  alone  and in sneb  shabby rooms. I told him very little  abo'v.: rny hnsband. Robert rejoi;iB ��  theatrical   cctnpauy next week in Scot  Mai-fir, Ilnrwy vrVu |irf,.li:fv Ilf-nnan  iJ<.-::vah'"s -Don .I'lait" at U)'* I'nuce  .->f W.iJ��"s il/.i-awi- If! I.onilv'i alioui ihc  i!',: I.,!:-1 ��-!" l-'i'bnsarv.  .lid'-- i'vJTini. Ui'O iu��ndc.-cr!jd llii'ia-  p--~l i,-i"��r :::>ii  I.t-S i.:��rio. h;��s iurui'<i up  |   <li   1>< 1 :  ;i. 'i-  i,  are low and that he has soiae Hpecula-  tion? on hand which will demand his  whole attention for the time; being, but  we will gn when all is settled again.  "Feb 5.���Wfc have had a Ions day  together,. Robert and I. He has told me  ! in neb'of his checkered life since he loft  I Oxford. Hp was naturally carious to  "Feb. 22. ���Yesterday afternoon Ar- J know why I had left Arthur, but I did  tlinr went to town. He returns* by the j  mail tonight. I have been horribly rest- ;  less and caDnot hlatp.  I will put on ray  i) ill ur.-iif  '. :������     il:..l-  ���  Vu!'." i:i :; ;��� !  to   <i Ct-ri.i   .i~  ���������>������> '���'��� l\ li! ><"i!> !�����' hi ar<]  : <.'p,-::i.  |>i;j. i'.l-  "Ai'miiji!    New  ii.'t.s ijt-i-n cited  i>i>'  i.trce l��y  a  RTiicb Misbi Have Bee-a .vroided  Had tbe Gentleman TVbo Wanted  Information Been Given a CtaJvnce  to Complete Ht�� Sentence.  The man with a face like an Interrogation point bit off a large hunk of  mince pie (cold��, washed il down with  a gulp of oold milk and turned to Uv  man srandius: alongside of biro in the  lunchr..'(.iij.   '  "Say. my friend," h'." inquired,  you know wiien the iwfiit''���  ."No. vou don't. strauj;eV," --aid  man addressed. "Not this time,  in Jifiv to partake of a modest lunch  eon consisting of buttermilk ami choc  olati.' cflairs, and no man's going xo get  me on -that subject  while  I'm  eruiujr  tbe  I'm  I down town.  I've got to stand it :U my  bine gown���it i.s his favorite���and waic  op for him.    I have never dona it before,  Ho will be pleased."  ���        .�� &        ��� �� ���        ���  Then came an entry withooD date.   It  read thus:  "I am perfectly calm and dispasaidD-  ate now I aui absolutely alone in the  world, and my love is dead. Ir died  that night, JnlJwl b;s'one blow. It ia five  months since I wrote ihote wordn that  ��eem to mock me���five month? Miice I  dressed to please him. He came and  with hitn n friend. IIo seeined sorry I  bad waited up. His friend would not  go to bed. He was going on by the down  train in a few hours. I was about to ex  cuse myself and retire when the man  turned to me: -  ��� - a  " 'Well, Mrs. Durant, yen may con-  , gratulate ^'ourself on having your husband.back tonight. Last night's was  the toughest 30b we bave had for a long  time. We were lucky in just catching  tbe last train, .or wo should surely have  been taken. I don'c believe, there is a  square inch in the village thar has not  'been scoured before this.'  "As he spoke Arthur made a step forward as though to interrupt; him. Bat  he stopped short suddenly and allowed  him to continue. But when the man  emptied a handful of jewelry out of hia  pocket Arthur put his hand over it with  an oath. A ring rolied acro53 the table.  I knew it in a moment���papa's signet  ring, which had never been off hid finger within my memory.  " 'How did yon become po=fie3��ed  of  tl.i.t, :il"  .M.'iU.!.'  I  net tell him anything more.  "Pod. ?.���Uv begs  me   to join   this  company with which he iis playing     If  they wiii   only take   me, I  will   da  so  cladly     At   leatt, ii will Keep me near  pL'bc-n, and it cannot   be   harder   ibarH 'i';>  tiio work by which I gained a inferable    l:"l'i  pittance .-"o far.    liai ought 1 to tnke-'U?  Robert, aiid^Artbur'might one day meet,  and Robert's  hasty temper  might k-ad  'to violence J  ''Feb., y.���I t*iu going with habere to  i^eottaud tomorrow. He say a there will  he no difficulty about my joining  "Feb.  il. ��� 1   saw Mr. Flaimery. tbo \ ill'1 :'i.ni:i'i  manager of the oompflny, today, and be [ cd.  i- not  act^ir^ly engaged   nie   as  a   'super,' as  they calPi:.    Tois is a rare bit of .luck  for me.    I shall, always bo with Rollers  and  !o.-ni v\li., ;i"����-r:-. ia:u )-,c h:ni it tirst.      ,  iH'    ,   ,      .. ,       j board,'nsr  house  table��� there's  nothing  :,<*-,-xu.'.vr    .ias', tJ^ ;u {]);U ,al)le_i)Uf 1 caU't ue jir-nvn  r i< rt-jioned^to j  it iniiihi bo,|  Mv   rii'ii-li, buw   1  ���.ii  ���I'll    l!'di!K,l!'J   til"  ���A   lit-'.'i    --lyiil'   "li   l!ii  .V   'i n-;>   -I-JI-".!!.   ;'.'.'!   :r  ii*-  1,  :n 1!'  ���.cuture iiiilher  Fhijln*sp'':Jivaii  '   .\��!,'ii.*.>  i*-  iVj  l-uli   '  li'ii    'lie  '�� .is;:.. '.::-,o-��i tii:'.t'>iH- v. il! .'ij>-'  Iii��^.-iiiii.*  ''ff'.HV iicj' No','.   Vurk  ;i.!--       S!>.-   .il:-xi    will   be .-roD  'l:;niUL-<l tlie name  "John Hi'/"   to  in.:  fball be able to look after him. ;  Poor boy, be has never known a sister'i j  love, f wn.s only 14 when he lefl u->. j  MFeb. 21.���I joined the company to-'i  " day. 3iy parts are very trivial, but 1 do j  my bf-c in them, aud perhaps in time |  Mrl Flauuery may promote me. He 1  cojiiplirntJitud moon my ucting today, ���  b'wD I did net like the way he did it I I  fory&t to fcay I have given my rime as 1  Mary \Tf-=tern. Robert has for yeara :  been known as Dick Lambert.  "March   4.--Robert  and   Mr.  Flan-; j;   ,s  (1(,nll.rill   u-  i(   w,n   ,,e   Po?I1   in  u.ry, who persists m worrying me w,th; Amyilj,;1   0). ,hQVi;   .olSc   afK.,.  u  his unwelcome attentions, had a quarrel j ^ V<1. lh<. Kvf.i>mj] ^ w,uc,���wHI bt.  p....- .1  M-l-si,ll  a-.illi a>�� -i iilioi.  Jii-'pl- Arshur :  of. li's n.-'.v fii.'ix  ' 'i it.-, .!���>!;liiii'i-.-."  tro'.'Mi.'   with   :t   pnhli��!:or  who  claims  litk*.   The {day. it is'declar-  r<'!:it;v��'   \t)  tlie   babitnes  of  ilie oMrribr sit'ieli!-orh'w>t! of the Ptacre  door. , , ���  Kinney Pi.-ilf, \vhd.se comedy 'c-Jillexl  .���'An Int'Ti-iiptcd rioiK-yiiioon."' which,  was.eaJ.'ee! iuiinot';;l,iii London, will be  .ifk'il in New Vuik >omo liniu this sea-  sou, is uuvi eiupioyoii on a dnimatlxa-  tioii (���!' "lied Pottage." Mary Cholmon-  de-ley'- 1:0vol. 'which has had such a  great eif'.'iibnioii. -  "The Snowman," at the Lv"ceum,  London. h:is turned out as frosty as its  nrsino. c,'l!:i!'ii-> !'rol)!ii.'in liad the call  on tills extravfiijrniiza, but under the  ^-ii'Ciunstances <hjelines to take it. and  into frit? arsruiitent down town.    What's  siiore.  I  don't care a darn when  it be  Pins." \,  The man with n face like a ou^stioi)  -ninrk looked puzzled, but lie wjisifi  easilj squelched.   .  "I don'r think you uudersiatH} what  I was huing'tn ask you.",said' hn. *'l  wRiue.1 to know If tlie twvnt"���  P,;it the ijirtn with the bn'ttertnilk and  the chocolate eclair moved off. The  man with the question pulled down a  large  piece  of  hot  Jir ilttilerc Method* ro��sit��l�� Jjel.ua to  Tj���fflo Trom the Fleecy H:-t L'teii J*.*-  uucoci to Uourt .tn��tend cf Ua^-11"  5i:ows,heds Which Cost 3I illiotK itiiti  Kfijiiire Hundreds of H.mda to liettf  'in   1 i Jin.  li in {,1 tiiii- .season oi the vear that  t.'.<- coritlneiU crossing,radio.idrf l,eii,in  '���hoif ji'tJtuuii J'mile v, lih iU'- sill*'.'.",  ii' i* a"!>.'ttle which \si\\ bit v.-a^re I  !��(ii-!'irurient5y until earl\ in Aj.r\i.  \ i��n  will  l'.e.ir  v����ry litlle, aho<ir   i'.  e��.*!"'e iji av.hile you will n-.id a u 11  !ii e j>arai;i"aph telling' the N-ie:" '���lurj  of ix��v, the mail was stalled some-  vthere in .the Hockies for 10 or 20  or intiyhe '-$>> hours, and ,of hov.' thr-  ii.'isijei!!.f~*    lir'fke    up    the  car    >-'';Us  Jt��   ,'.|ijv-f.r.>nce  M)��  roi  3(1 1.   .-     h*:��<,���     ))0.:    r<_r"  :\rh   ha\y   iron   tr!'-,^..  T-"    front   end   is   <,,. .'  :i:ni  "������,'!l,:i:   c:in Ke '-<-'���  v jnir (I   wheel  soracv.ii  ���L1    '.idiiiary    windmiii  r.f   *; ,-   opvr.Jritr  slop-;  ;-'  eT-r,r:jr!;.'   re-cnforcp.;L   v.-  Tre��   "aucrer.'  vpor,   an  axle,  anrt ,->.<; vi,,,"  ���Th  IV P1  gingerbread   from  that ring?' I gaspnd   in a voice which I  Ecarcel? recognized as my own.  "The man picked it up, slipped it on  ' his finder and turned his baud about to  show it to advantage.  '���'��� 'Yes, it's valuable, isn't it, bne  ���oi negotiable. The old duke's a garoe  rn. but'  " 'Shut up, you fool!' cried Arthur  ' The ground eeemed to rock, I caught a  chair to steady myf-elf. Arthur'? face  was huffuserl with deadly rage; h\t  Jiaiiri.-; were clinched: ho started for-  wnrd a3 though be would have struck  the man who had betrayed him. Then  he folded hia arms and stood as if waiting for me-to speak.  '��� 'And you, Arthur���you, my husband, a common thief!' I cried. 'Oh! I  cannot, cannot believe it. Tell ine I am  'dreaming. Tell me 1 am mad���anything but that,1 and I went to him and  teized hi3 baud. Ho turned his face  riwny and did not epeak. I sank to the  tioor in ray shame, and the love I hod  borne him lay dead and in its place was  born a passionate bate. My voice was  low when 15-poke: 'Then year apecula-  tionswere burglaries. Your last; infamy  tbe robbery jsnd perhaps murder of my  father I May I never tea you is gam���  never hear your name��� never remember  that I ever mot you! Tonight I leave  you, and J will never again willingly  let rny eyes reat on you !'  "My wedding ring I flung from ma  Its touch was pollution.  "I would have patted out of the house  as I was without clouk or hat, but he  barred ray way. 'Not. so fast, Florence  You married me for better and for  worne, and yon Fh;ill not lettve me.' Till  the gray dawn crepe in he argued,  prayed, Unsought, threatened Hia companion had loug h'ucg slunk away At  hist, in aiifeWPt to a hur&t of threats, 1  find, with nil the determination of a  deepera'tu woman: "1 ho up train goea  from the junction at 8 o'clock If yon  do not let me loave by that tiain, 1 Will  arouse the honsn nod denounce >ou  both Vou will be taken red handed  Von have reminded me tint u wife can  not give evidence against ber hnsbund,  but tlio.se things will be enough to condemn you.' In vain he implored me to  stay and told me of his undying lovo.  "Lovel' I cried. \Sucb love hb yonrs is  v;oi>ei than hate. Words? cannot tell you  how I despise itud loathe yon.'  " 'All right, madam,' ha binned  between hia teotb. 'You have said  cmite enough. Vou bave your turn  today Mine will come before Jong,  and then you'll repent what you've emd  tonifiht.'  "The 7 :50 train curried mo to Loudou.  Arthur Dnrant stood on the platform,  hat in hand Oh, the ghtiRtliness of the  farce! His lacoworo a look so diabolical that had I not been past all fear it  would have terrified me.  "fly the uev..>:paparri I learned that  both Glonmore and Ahbingball bad  been .broken into ane'l'a large amount of  valuables carried away, The Duke of  Lundy, who was disturbed and attempted a capture, was hurt in tho souffle.  Mr. Durau.t was away from home at the  timo, but returned-the next day. The  police had no clew Oh, the bitter irony  ���of,...it all I  "I took rooms in this little house at  Hammersmith, and for Avoeka I was ill.  jMy landlady wub kind, and wbeii. my  bioney wan nearly nil Kpent she made  iuirmigcjiiioHts for nio todo fancy work  ior her bibter's bhop. "���  this morning, and  Robert.has been dis  ^missed'. So I have brought him nothing \  '���'hat ill   luck, after   all.    I would leave,  too, but I am   just getting a bigger sal- i  ary,  and   Robert   thinks  I  had   better ���  atay.     Beggars cannot bO'Chooseri. ,  "April   7.���My   chanc9   cams   last j  night.  We played 'The Lady of Lyons.'  Miss   Hastings, our   leading  lady, wets ,  ill, and   I   took   Her place  as Pauline, i  They all tell iva I was an imineus-a sue-  ce.--.-i.    Mr. Flouneiy   was   unpleasantly ���  complimentary     I   ?carcely beaid anything, but   they say I  had   an enthnsi-  Pitic rtcetition    I am to try inv hand at !  JoJIet   i:ext   week, which   means   vt-ry  I  bard work in the mean time.   ,  "'April 16.���I v.-n; Juliet, last night.  [ \vi��, horribly nervous at iir&f, but that  strange  Roiaeo, Mr. Vandelenr, helped  <  tncj   turough. and  I soon recovered'my- 1  ielf.   I believe I did well.   At any rote I '  bave a foither  increase  in  my salary,   ,  and sic now to take all  Mi-=  Habtings'  part-i.     I am  sorry for hc-r.    I  am   not >  surprised at her drinking with   all tbe ;  tremble she has. "  "April 20.���I  haves   told Robert all ]  shout Arthur.   I thought it better to do  >o.  Ho was terribly angry with him for 1  hi-j dupiicity.   1 daro not think of what !  will happen should they ever meet   i       ;  "MayV.���At la-:t ifchas come.   Arthur .  hns found out where I am.  I had a.bar-  '.  rihlti   letter  from,. him'   tniE   morning.   ;  Luckily today is Saturday.  I shall leave ;  after the performance is over,��aud Rob- j  ert will follovv on Monday:    Wheie we ,  go I cato not, but surely we cau escape ':  rbat man���my husband. ,     1  "May 4.���At Ilinton, a restful tpot  on the Wye. They only have one room  at liberty at the inn, so Robert will  bave to sleep elsewhere. 1 am glad ho  is coming today, for there are a lot of  people hero.  "Alay 12.���What a terrible day yesterday was!   As we were crossing tbe  Lawn Arthur mot us.    lie had  been  to  Scotland  and   then   tracked   me   heie  Tl.tiro   was  a   terrible   scene.     Arthur  thought Robert was my lover.    Robert  wanted to avenge my wrongs, and J had  to plead, bog and fixplniu.   At last they  grew calmer, and Robert said: '1 don't  grumble about your housebreaking pro  [A'U-ities���you can go to tho devil your  ijwn way for all I c:u'0���but the sjoro J  tiave to settle with you i? that  you de  ,;eived my sirteraud mined her for life,  i'boji Arthur spoke with  all the artful  iifiri.i and   plausibility of   the   evil one  Had a ppark ol  ailection for  him reap  puared in my heart it would  have died  out aa be talked.    Oh, the  intolciablo  tioKS of tho thought lliub I am that man's  v\ifo!   Robert listened at first contemp  tuously, and   then with  attention, and  my heart sank as I  saw how readily he  IclJ a piey to Arthur's sophistries,   lli.-  mcial weakness baa been   the cause ol  all bis misfortunes.   Bofnre the evening  Wiis  over ho   was quite   friendly with  Arthur.  "May 14.���They bave gone away to  get her.    I  daro  not imagine   for what  purpose. ,  "M;xy 27.���They   returned today.   I  was i-o f haukf'ul to see Robert safe again  There has   been a robbery at the  hall  Robert eaid   latiahingly: 'My first  ax-  perienco.    Anything  for   a  new sousa  tion.'   Oh, it is too horrible!.  They. tiro,  going  abroad in a few days.   I -should  breathe  freely .when  I  knew that Arthur,   who now  calls  himself  Archie  D'ncre, was really   out of   Englaud,   if  only he had not Robert in his clutches. "  Then thi'i diary abruptly ceased.   The  remaining leaves had been torn out, and  there* waa, uo written   record to tell rif  her meeting -with.George or of her feci  irig.s toward him.    But   from what she  had reatl, ulli   Mabel's .sympathies wore  awakoucd for  the poor girl, whom up  to theu ebe had; regarded as an uuprin-  SfiOJI.  THE  GLASS  OF' FASHION.  'Silk fini.-hod corduroy, "velvet and  eluih fire liitide up into very gorgeous  '���kilting costumes.  The   debutante's Glancing   frock   is  nijule of eu-pe' do ehiiie, silk, muslin or  liiKM-iy t���;.��<!no it) tints so p:ile that 'they  1 are mei-.'l;. :t ����i:cre.stlot�� of color.    *  The wf.rmi'.nt things in .skirts -not  n.-tiiiiel .'ire made of a v-oi'i olustie silk  niatefifil. a sort of nmO'las^e cloth, and  odtred svitli. cinbroideivd silk , rattles.  Tljey ;iie very c[i!'"tty, ^luit in the  i-"reneh> mulerwear they are not incv-  pi-ii^ive.  \,|)reiiy bowrf'oi' 1 lie h.-tir l.-i tiiatlo. of  white hoe iii-<'!-iio:i wiiji^ a senlloped,  irregular o'dg-i- and n .Halo mure' than  'au iueb wide. 11 is wired in the cen-  tei iind iiri'iitiged in two loops spi't.-.d-  ii:u 1 ���neb v .���!> fj'um ����� elo-'e kimt and  b, nt in /1  v, .5 ved effect.  Pretty lilile !n,diee effects iire seen  in a '-mo 1 many prawns, soft broad  IiM'hI- r-f -'iiu (ii.'iwn tightly around the  i..ti'i. \ !ih two I'Kjiiits in from, and  tl.e.i are very pretty and a plensnnt  c-hauu'e t'n>!:i the Uiirrow line of stitched ^ilU unci velvet that Ima been woru  SO lil t !(-!>  Th��   old  f:is|ii,,iitd hox  plaits are to  be vt-en n-. the trimmiug of uudorskii'tn.  A   U.\   plaiteel   rutiie   is   four   or  live  11 -   \ 'de.    There are one  or   two  i separated by au equal  iliehi  -    \   'de.  IU' li  ���-'.���;i!e phi  .st-.r-e. ;::id tiie plniiitig' I.s stitched on  an iiieh or so boiow the tipper e-tlge, aud  the !;>p ol' each p!.-iit is ealight down.  >ot!iing, tan be much daintier than  'the boas ot marabou feathers in pale  gray They inv round aud us soft as  do\\ 11 ami are made with a series of  feather tails tipped will) White, which  ghos 1 lieni it very llully unusual look.  Pi'own tipped with  pretty, and they fire  iug novelty.  POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.  If yoii'nro iii doubt about it, dotl't do  R.  The 1 libber trust has no bearing on  the game of wliM.  The mini who h:m nothing to do but  'clip coupons cuts ejuiLe a figure.  The opinions of a child may be of no  value, but they are at least honest.  A girl is invariably In love when she  refers to the twilight as the gloaming.  livery man has been, Is or will bo  handsome In the eyes of some woman.  Some men are too proud ro bo seen  cai rying%hything but a .walkiug stick,  or a jag.     '    ;   ,    ;        ��� - .. -  A bachelor says that widows weep  not because of the loss of a hu.st;;ind,  but because of Cue lack of one.  I'robably no person llving.evor saw  a picture of, Cu|)id that looked as  though' the little fellow had good rom-  mon sense.��� Chlcngo N'ew'a.   '  hereby   in-  nvuals i tlio cou ii let*.', grabbed a ,eup of coffeo  : and tac-kk-d another man alongside of  him. ��� '  "IC.veu.��e me." he lx��gan, "but I want  inquire when .vou think the twent"���  The man addressed smilingly  inter-  rup:ed. I       ��  "Nix. old mvLu; not today." he said  amiably, "Too much brain fng about  It. IM.be glad to accommodate you by  goiujr out and fighting a dog for you or  pawing a couple of' cords of, wood for  you or any little chore like that., but  nay; nay. wheti it comes to that ques  tion I've passed that problem along  to my two boys In school anyhow  They've got lots of time and enthusiasm, ami it'll expand'their minds���thai  Is, if It doesn't land them In a lunatic  asylum. The question doesn't make  tmich difference to me anyhow'. I'll  live just as long anyhow, won't, I?"  "Rur." expostulated the man with  the' questioning eye. "what I was going"���  The man be ' was addressing looked  it his watch hurriedly and ran to pay  lils'check, however, and the man with  tbe interrogatory physiognomy had no  recourse but to turn to another man  bear by.     . ,   ���  "'Look here, rny dear'sir," ho started.  "I want to ask you when the tweut"���  "I don't know, and. what's, more, 1  J don't care." was the testy reply., .'"I've  got something else to do with my time  than to fritter it away on .suelt, idiotic  calculations as that.",  "'Vou are1 In error," was the interrogatory man's hasty interruption, "as  to what I was" ���  Again be found1 Hint lit; was addressing no one in particular, for the'testy  turn: hud moved away.  ������I woiutiM' what nils nil these people  around here?" mused" the man with  ilie iiiqiibiliive countenance. "When 1  in to ji-k tbi'in n^simple question, they  oil her got" ���  Jos-i then he caught sight of a friend  comimr away from the counter with a  big slab of ide find n cup of coffee.    lie  elbowed   ihrotitrh  tho crowd and  cor  railed his frieiul.  "IIn. oli 1 man. you're just the one I'm  looking \\j\;" he said joyfully. "I want  ed to ask you when the twent"���  His   friend's  face .lengthened   immediately.  ��� "l.uok here, .lorkins." ho said expos  tulatiiigl.vi   "'that's   n. great, fault   of  yours,   picking   up   those   confounded  fads am! asking 'questions about them  '{low the dickens, now. should I. a man  thitt   sells   hardware*   for  a   livelihood  know when  the twent loth century  be'  gins?    And what the deuce is the dlf  lYronce to tue so long as  I get three  square meals"���  "Just wail a minute," Interrupted the  man with tho inquiring mug. "I wasn't  attempting to ask you anything abom  the beginning of the twentieth century  I don't care a hurrah about that ques  tion one wny or tbe other. Wlmtl  wanted to ask you is when was the  20 cent piece withdrawn from clrenin  tion? I've got a bet on the elate with n  friend."���Washington Star.'  ^A>.*,S����l^fe!  in-" ^M'$Monoi  'i^Striet^at  In's.ti  Ipe^t)  sesgs  .pte  *. know cr.-rii"  fin ted atrainsL tlie drift  and   bio1.  T*-Z*MjC~r**(  uito::  away 'and   oIov.-:j  ,i,r ,,;.NF%mjJflP|  n.,'s  p.tilie.1  at  w��  at.gK t. '-^M&fflm  llMl-iillU''      ,   It   ,18    ieidOUl    i;.,i     ���r..?;fP?i^S^  tjiiin     two, engines   arc  .-���   , ;M" H|^^^^  Id >!  ,f,M��W t'K'i  I. Vi  t  ��   ."-.l   il li  inKltrr.  tit ktejt sLOi'iiii m the enjjino, joi , Uiet <���  111:4;. lie n<,ivcl development,*, viich it^  a snov.'-��lide bweeping a' crew ��of  show fighters ��� over a oOO-Lmji urit-  cijiice. , ,      '  A eiozeu' ye,ars ago it vi'as ouitc  coiiuno.i for tninscontiiienlul couir  jumheation to be entirely blocked for  .many (fays at a. Lime by lie.ivy snowfalls    ,  ���  ,        ' ,     ,. ���     ,    '  Two things have contributed to this  improved state of affairs. 'One is the  rotary , stiowplow; tho other is the  snjwshcvl -systi'm. Of coorsf it  w oislel be, impractical to roof over  thoussimis ut miles of track,- so n��U  the, juOsl exposed cuts have ,1 ������*:i  huuseej. The hig rotarie-t li'!;,' ca:e  oi  the  r��.st.  ! thiin     iv."o, engines   arc  I pit.sh   the rn*,'iry, jis  it   -.-". r >. ',  I *,hi.s   f..--ti ei<t   of   bt'-iite  fihi,    ���  1 ol,d   time   '"buchei'.'"   _K.id... .j  ! nil' j.'re.ti   ,n!ijiir��-rs   of   la.e r,  ! "'   n.KiHr.e,    iiiol   '.isr,;.    in-,.   ,  1 ith1'"    Its    elt'cioht'V,  >Uhh Pmclor'ii  M'l��<nV>.  "MNs Mary Proctor, the nMrin?f  and' lecturer, frcquent'ly giv(>s'ti.r[  sonal services toward enttfrta.,  poor children and adults.- (.ieort  her locttires are ^ well received. .\';  and then there arc exceptions. Ods  occasion a bright eyed Iluie boy, ���  sat lw the froui row with lus'U  Used upon tbe speaker, was asked t  ho liked it.    "'I guess," he said, "m.  I preiJy   good,   but   she   ought to u  I about  lions and tigers.    That's L��.:;  1 for everybody."  ,' At another lecture a youngster c  iclsed her as follows: "It'snl! vorjv  to   talk   of   weighing .and   mcast;.-.  in  m  t*i(K  m  m  m  ���1T> itriles of snowbheda whosj vntire  cost vuni u]*" into the taillions of  dollars. No less than 500 employees are engaged in looking Jitter  theft.' sheds. Another line hap .'>��  mdes of snowsheds which cost a total Of over Si0.000,000, The ro-,1,  of maintaining these sheds is something  H^o $l,C0:i.OO0 a year. '      ���  Hut   when  the, idixzards   bred   ur>  in  Medicine     Hat' come   roarimj   ncrcai  the   JJocklc-s,   tilling  every  cut      with  snow,'the shed covered tracks are as  clean as a rain washed bono, and the  vi^iinivcc   of   the  railroad   men   is   ro-  wm\-ie,d.     Then   it  is  that   the    ooen  cuts   and -rthe   exposed   readies '    U'.'..'tl  lULojtiou.      Little   Hurries   of     snow,  on  the , level, and  a J gradual but 'con-,  tinuous   spreading    of    whiti,'   on   iho'  tops and in, the upper crevice.* r>i the  moiiMtijins  give    warning     that     l.'-.t*-  one   Iranscontinen'Ul   railroad   Ims    stars There are some people, of wo  who lu'lieve" thai sort of tiling. Iv  she thinks she'can fool us boys  such fairy tales she's very much  taken."     '  CIS  E&B&  noomernmzn .Vo<  <\>ty.  The Austral Ian aborlgloes are not tii^^S^eat  only users of the boomerang, nor ff^!0$jg|||!^  hey the first to use that missile.  Tt^||gBi]^  Egyptians knew all about ft, just ��|^||esgo  they seem to have known nllaboiit e-?>k#^flQJtodJ  eryihing else. At the present day te|l  lboomerang Is used by some AiuericEl  Indian tribes and by the Drnvid'i:|  races of the Indlari peninsula. .7i|  niifsile,use>cl by the last mimed difftil  in tlmt it. Is. thicker than the usaf  form unel does uol return to the tli.tffl-1  er. ��� The return of the booniorni.? 'A  clue to the action' of tbe win J. itel  sh:i[io of tbe'-wenpou and the aiaaot'l  In which it Is thrown.  hard,  despoiYif e bat tiles  of   the  wi'nlt r  Riri'iiths   are.   at   hand.'  The     supei iatenderu    takes   u    triji  over   tlie     nwil   with   his   iisslss nt\s.  and  a  cari-'fid  inspection of the. sheds  and   tunnel.*;   is   made.,-   In   di.i i  :i!l  nO;id.[uart( rs the rotarfe* and the oh!  time   "biickors"  ar?  overhauled     imd  1 rep.ueil  for ( use,- -ajnl_-a.'-: -*he---!w:-U;L--r..t.  01" t e moirh'approaches ,ihi; wutch";     Ilusband-Don't try'to put the iiousi  men   who  patrol  the tracks nro ��l..m - | ,,, onk,,. iK.foro vou |liare.  leel.  iii�� Rcfiuciir.  Husband���My d<>ar, I want to esk  ycu one favor before you go otf on  that long visit.  Wife���A thousand, my love.   What li  white   arc   very  indeed a elm mi-  In      the   various   bngrage   cu-s ';irc  placed   great   wooden     safes     nael.ei  with ciHiden^ed  foods.     IKef   in     11-.-  form of evtrncL, canned soups-,  i.ci'i  ineiits   mid    hard    bread,     enori. h    1  -fce-1   ICO   1 crsons  for   ten   di\: x.     ar  cnrerully   deposited     hi   t':n v  m.i.in  stor'eliouse.s,   and'from   then um il 1 h-'  loining  cif  i.'pring   they  are   I'lSpeei t.,i  and   overhauled   once   c.vli   wee1,     h,  inen d taiJ.-.d  for the nurpose.  The first call for the fiuhSiiu- c-n-  liii'rorit rn' the vast railwas arm*. 1-  aLvoys attended by scenes of ex; idol en L In the old days theio v. ere  t;ir ch.incis of1 life and de-ilh in Hi  woik. SJdrics are still tuld of tie  catastrophes oicurring one hard ������ i ���-  fer many yeas ago; of bow in on-  in-in nee a "bucker," tlircts e m-_ in ��  and 1 I men won? buried in *i nir. --  of snow for f)0 hours and that when  Lb'! rescuing paily finnllv re u-Jiod  Lbem the imprisoned men w,Ve incased r(L their jiosts like the bak'ii-  of Pompeif. ' To-day 'there are no  such tragedies. The hive, it ion of Mi.-1  r.ouwy plow 'has mnele the eleMr-  ing away of snow o''S(nict ion-- ;���  poiiip.irut'lvedy  cosy   task.  \Vlfe*-it Isn't hard work.  Husband ��� Perhaps not, but think d  tin- expense of telegraphing to you or-  ji\  time I wnjut to liud auythinir.-Col-  li-.-'H   Week It.-  Ami She UeMeveO  film!  Mother-Willlo. didn't I say I'd ^|l.s  you If you put another rubber b��'ts:^  on the stove?  Willie���yes'm. ' but   'triin't   me H-'i  time. ma.    It's pa smoltin .one of tin*.  @  m  clgjirs you bought blm for CbrNtu'Sil^    ��5i��B  A iroro. ff;;|  They were sitting nround teliins cl?'^  their experiences In courtship d.i.vi   ^"4.  "Well." said one smooth fellow. "I'r��;^f8  proposed to at least half a dozen '>^.����fi'  men." ^  "Four Is my limit," said another.     "0$%^  "Oue was enough for me," vfuttirfJ^^  a third modestly. f'^.^  "Pshaw."   .said   tho   fiist  one, "!<$'���Zj$$0\  haven't any nerve at nil!" '''^t-l^  m  .?m  M  "Haven't  IV"  contended  the m-ill��'f,,;;-^m^m^i  An Inftl 11 iifidon.  Htisbatul���That tramp I met nt the  gale told rue he weighed 2">0 pounds.  Wife-What a story teller! Why, he  told mo when I fed him that he onl.\  weighed 100.  Husband���Yob, rny dear, but that  was before he had eaten those biscuits  of yours.���Detroit Free Press.  CALLING  ETIQUETTE.  To drop aa unwelcome 'acquaintance  one merely oiiiils sending e-jirds.  .Informal callers should be most'''cirefill to t;void the hours for meals.  Do not apologia* too much for not  l/iiving called before. Your.u'og'h'ct to  do so has probably'not been observed.  Do not offer 10 your hostess ��� the  slight of. 11 -hurried call, iior be iihseiit-  ���iiiin.deel, nor coustimtlycoii.siillJny your  watch.  Never   Impose   yourself upon   your  friends unless yon ,zi re ���'feeling well -  are reasotiably auio of making yours-lf  agreeable.',  11 A Coniuian   Form of Cnielly,  "Yes,   he  clalitHHl   bis   wife  pinched  111 in severely ''whenever she asked hi in  for money.".   ' ; "' .-  "Well, he needn't flatter' lili'nse.lf that'  hols the only'niatiw'ho has been pinch  ed for money."���Cleveland Plniu Deal  er,   ���'��� ���'.���   .'. ''.-' ������'   ,;' '  '.  ClvllIr.atloTi fn Africa.  man.     "Haven't  IV     Well., I   111  her. and I've been living with lR'r c"; i''���--..���'.wwv'KKs  hince."���Detroit Free Press. ''&��\55&    __, f ' ,'C^|^  "���������������, i ^=^     ,;. w)ft$,  ;,   >^^co:ib  I -:'>��vthc  ^ *  '<C��,*af 6U.11  L.���. i,'!!'i*tffl{*fM*  : ';"������  Droppings.:iii, the. Throat,. Catarrhal   Headache  v        Deafness Are   Radically Cureri   by Dr.  .       Chase's Treatment for Catarrh.  ir*sm ���  -'ipE,  '��� ,'J��  "DM you have-a uiisslonary of the  name of Gotthold Pecb stopping nt  your   "1W1  eld  Persons who take cold entslly are always  sure to become -victims of catarrh, which in  its acute form is nothing more nor less than'  "cold,in the head."  Running nt, the noso, stufred uji nostril's,  difficult brculhing, (md hca'clacho nro well-  knowrc'symptonifl of acute catarrh,  If allowed to rim oa acute catarrh becomes  chronic, and then there arc small ..ulcers  formed in flip no*>, droppings into the  tnro.it, which emue hawking mid spitting,  and, when thq ulceration reaches the bone  foul breath.   ' ,  As a result of thn Ihiokoning of (lie mom.  brane of tho nose nn;l cnsLachwin tube deaf-  ncfifliind low of iho <joi,r;. of smelb. lire ah-o  aymnloms of olironicoutiirrli  AVhen allowe.'i <o work its way along tlie.  air imitmaoa eatar.-h u I timid civ reheh'oH (he  funga and becomes coiiHiuiipiion  Io clear the ail- pa.^nges and heal (ho  ulcers in the nose 14 (ho oliject, of treatment,  and no menn.H hav  rv scat"'  sending tho ��� preparation toihevco  disahsc. ���-,:.'-. ,., ,,.. i'  Relief eoraos'nltnostinxtanily, ''^'."'"J��� fc'  head" and acute catan-h ,aio cured infl^' &  hours, and   cluonic  oa'tnrth  is  nhwi"1' |  eradicated from the Hj-stcm in a tew woe �� ^y  Aa catarrh almost  invariably k,avf,,"n \  rclfl^Ilid.  jfSraiiH'e  h .unni-pior^  ^  in tho .blood,  ' This 'combined' treatment      ....  ablo 11s an ell'cetivc method df-pcrniimotiw  curing cnlii.rrh and  lidding the h.v^w"  every symptom or, trace of this diatrtw' i>  debilitntiny i|nd dangerous disease. j  There is no ailment hO frequently !U'/��H, 'jj  ns catarrh, and  none that so ocrtiii"'1* ^ci  o   eonmimption   rind   death.    iJr. ,--11'  Cal.-irrh  Cure, -Ufl cents 'a bo v.; bower m-  Dr. Uhuso's Nerve Food, 60cents11 ho"-   '  all  deaJerr., or by  mail,   from 1lM��>"nW'  Hates <fc Co,. Toronto, . ...   I|DJ  For (joiighB, Colds; Group, Ijro^'1!-'1^ ���d  Astlnna, Dr. Chnee's Syrup of ^in^Jtei  Turpcnlino i.s n prompt eind thoroug" ���,,  2fi cents a bottle; family size, three iuw��  much, CVJ coutd,  itroe  ^m  \   "ft"  ,   ifwinu  A  ���f I  'pjj IOOi  )W 1 �� ^.9- ,.--ir, -,*~  �� MOYIE LEADER.  Ur%j��g����a��r\  ���   C  i  'sV Wrig.-.'*)'.;^  fc*\..f-..r_>v 'jM.Ji  pwa  %l8HE TROTTING RECORD.  i  tA  > > -  killlonopole,  2:00%. .pacing,   is   to  be  ^fe&fat'tlie trot in 1900.  i '  Jf^m&craey,   2:07%,   the   whirlwind  ' " **ri(WSiester, Pa., will be campaigned  t- ' "aStthis year. ���        '  r-\r*Pii$Biack mare Eddrea,'by filler  h/V WW owned by1 M.  A.  Drndley.  fillerslie  is  -'-~->-l*'^f|||if tlie Cleveland snow path.  ^''ff&fen Caffrcy, 2:1<H4; Stanhope,  fc'v^^fe'Bourbon Bonnell. 2:14W- -and  M^lltfvood. 2:14'/,,  have been added  I r^4|ffiuWast Bethlehem (Pa.) mare Kate  t^SBSfeen. 2:12%, by Red Cedar, may  Rj^fiiSBSfow mark this season.    She has  FT*1-flag,     fcUf'**i.MiTSj '  Si.'A\^^^baUe iu 2:ia  K^'tffflwSare four Arlingtons in the 2:30-  L-'*'-''*^^P|'lington.'2:22%, and Arlington,  E^sSSBrotters. and the pacers Arling-  ^iCitonf^M;. and Arlington. 2:0'JVi- ",,   ,  *" arvis. Helton, Kan., has pur-  eckless. 2:2-l!Ji, aud will drive  He with,Sid Ross. ' They make  Sri fast cross matched pair.  \ogfin.   2:08&,   will'  probably  c east this year.   Ihv,Boucher  ir-old, by Harry Clear, out of  fennf that Is'said  to  be  very  HIM  SltstnKo im ��()  AtMCrlnui  fJIrln.  A Louisville1 trirl who was recently in  I (lermiiuy  met  a young  Dnglish oflicer  ; who was in the same city. and. in fact,  'in   the same   house   with   tier  for  iwo  mo'iih'-s. studying (<erm.it)  for his pro  e-.oiimi.   lake most  Furopenns, he had  | the usual absurd ldc>as nbout the girls  1 of this country, who. in Tbe minds ot  jibe   nut raveled   foreigner,   are, rather  hoyden creatures, who smoke and have  other masculine traits.  After dinner one day in the early acquaintanceship of the couple the ofli  cer offered the Louisville girl a cigarette, and upon imr refusing it he Raid:  "Why. I tboug'jl all the girls in the  United States smoked."  A TORONTO MERCHANT  Bears Important  News to His  Fellow Citizens.  ��� ���, t%  ToEorsro, Feb. 26'h.���Here is a letter we  ! hope every one of our readers will peruse:���  | "I am 39 yeaT3 old, Have been troubled for  l four year's with what I thought was rheuma-  ! tism���stifineP3 in the muscle^ of my legs,  ! later in the arms. Soon the stiffness changed  1 to soreness. Went to Hot Springs, and came  ' back   a   little    better.    Was  a ' moderate  drinker, but quit using liquor altogether, and  ! carefully icgulated my diet. One day 1 cot  ' v��et, and then the trouble was worse _than ���  ever.   Had to lay off for three week.-.   Hiive !  ' had similar attacks at miervald ev��r =iace.  - e-ich one wor.-.e than  its picdeees.-or.   Lad  headache, pain in the small of the back,  urine  dark, scanty   and   scalding.     Began  ,.   ,     ,        ��� ,    ..u����     using Dr. Arnold's English Tcxin   Tillsa  Ho   we   do.     replied   tho  girl,     bin  ! chort time a��o, and am already wonderlully  " !"  i improved.   Feel confident the> will cure me,  and I shall give them the chance and report.  j I have not felt so well fcr years as I have  ' since I began using your pills.''  I , H.Lkwis,  l ���   . 477 Yonge St., Toronto,  ill" on him. the oUieor brought tlie pipe I    Dr. Arnold's English Toxin���Pills, the only  "  ' not  until   he ', medicine on earth   that  cures  disease   by  uoi umn in.. kiniDg th-�� germs that cause it, are sold by  ! all druggists, at 75c a box; sample .-tee 25c.,  i or sent post paid on receipt of price, uy I no  never eigiirellcs, only pipes. If you will  get that pipe off the mantelpiece in the  nest room I shall be charmed to smoke  with you."  Not suspecting the joke she was plny-  iUnited  States    exported    GOO  The number exported  JslSn 1803.  S3���was over 40,000.    The tigures  im are not vet in, but will prolm-  S3T~  .>ed those of the previous year.  l.icJDi'iH-rt-i .VjKio ,'  ppi-ycar-old" filly  Birdetta. owned  iSnl'Breisacher of Detroit, stepped  u^'W.W^Mi^i\t\ 2:10 and a half in 1:0D last  ,,vo'1* ^^^allttyith but nine weeks' work.    Hh'  n"   ��DW^BetSwIs.' by  Online; 2:0-1.  dam   Watei  y^ilOVi. by Sphiux. 2:2p%.  S^pacer   Mar),  2:12V  ;McGieEor,   was   timed  '���,USBrf-   ������'-���race against. Prince  Al-  ha!  Tit  .;y   Robert  eev-iirateiy   in  us  over  the   Hethlehcni   (Pa.)  lie track last rail.' His owner,  (fittorshoff?. a well known  horse-  1^:00  I! verjv��  lUMSti'"^  e, of Kvm  ling. Ii-jtl  boys wM  much ci|  ate nottii1)!  g. nur we-*:;-  Issile.  Tfj  ft, just 4'  II about'.-?  mt day ilJ  J   AllKTlCEt  Drnvid'!:|  suia. . Ti|  ueel diffti  the usa  the throw  lmerniiS '��  win J. "tie  he aiaaot'i  i  inaMbf; Pennsylvania,  " '"!for-hlin. ���  recently refused  and tilled it. and it was  saw the wry faces his friend made In  attempting to carry out the joke that  he appreciated the .situation, lie was  continually telling the' Amerie*an In a  tone of surprise that'she- was just like  the girls nt honie ia England- and'her  rejoinder was: ��� ;        . ��� ",J  "1 .i-Miteiiaut. don't you think a lady  is a lady the world ovor?"-Louisville  (."ourier-Jourmil. -    , ���  A SHORT ROAD to Health was opened  bo those suffoil-g from ihremic coughs,  ii-tlmm, hruuciiicb, catarrh, lumbago,  tumors, rheuir.nt't-ru, excorhitWl nipples  or inflamed hreisr, and kidney com-  phiintK,   by   the  Introduction of   the, in  expensive    and    eirfiodvo , remedy,  Tliomns' Selejtric Oil.  ���  !)�����.  STAGE GLINTS;  nt to Eik'  go otf on,  .   What li  the iiousil  t think tf  to j-ou or-  'linir.-Col-  ^s^pockstader may star in,a comic  op��a@ext season.  BjHjbra Duse is said to be in oar-  utsfMfe time in nnnouueing ber'retire-  ine%fom the stage. .  iStitiffi Pi ice was at one time a mem  berlpfthe Bostonlans. ' Eler Qrst'pro-  fesWla!   appearance , was   with 'that  noteifcambination In Roston.  Hl^eror William intends to rohablli-  tat^\reber's opera "Oberou" by revis  -lO^lie   bad  libretto.    Then  a  grand.  IWOToctlon will be given in Berlin. ��  '   v��   ti^'Of Goldsmith will not be a stage  r  ^flgWe first iii the'comedy written for  0Jft8tiprt  Robson  by  Augustus Thomas.  ���     -fte^ bus' been   used   by   several   play-  Wight's previously.  VPrJinco is not always first in utilizing "good   stage "ideas.    .Two   French  playwrights have just dramatized Do  Foe's "Robinson Crusoe"  for a  spec-  itecular extravaganza. ' A  pne of the causes of bad business at  CL6 Comddle Prancaise in these days is  Ibiit the whole company is never in  ���Pffris.at the same time, l.e Rargy  ^Ud Mile. Brandos both absented tbein-  selves   lately   to   till   engagements   in  ^Missels.:: .;'��� a ^a-%���".;..;:���.-.��� ���;;;;.;-^-.���-���;;'  ^fhe other day it,OccurredlpGliarlos  PSliihn"h::"'to have;;li!s bookkeeper ;get  Ctt|a cpmplete accounthf'lhe^business  dole by NIlss; Maude: Atlaqis' since.!she  TnklnK Time by the Foreloclc.  "What's the reason you seem to be  eo unfriendly to that man?" imiuired  the political worker. "Ue doesn't .bear  you tbe least .ill will."  ' -That's"none of my affair," answereel  Mr. Mackie A. Veil. "I've-bad tc turn  down some of Ills pet schemes iu tb<  course of busiuess. If he doesn't .bear  me any ill will, he ought to. and he  probably yviIl>ome day."-Washington,  Star. ,    ���  There Is elan cer In neglecting a cold.  MnDy who Jiavo died'oi Consumption  ,uated'their troubles from exposure, fol- ���  lowed bv a cold which settled on their  lungs, and in ft snort, timu they were be  yonu tbe skill of (he bo.-c physician, flao  they used Bicklo's Antl-Consumutiv.  oyrup, before it wus too late, their llve-  would Lavo been spared'- This" medicine  has no equal for curing cougns, colds,,  and nil affections of tho throat and lungs.  nail Give Avraj\  Mrs. Ondd-Did you ever notice how  polite and attentive Mr. Gayfcllow is  to his wife? (  Mrs. (Jnbb-Yes. Looks mighty suspicious.���.New York Weekly. ,  -  Arno'd chenvcal Co., Limited, Canada Life  Building, 42 King street west, Toronto.  A  Poor Hero.  "How did t!��' hero of the story come  om'i" ho asked of the lad who bad  jn��t lolled up a novel and ,got, up to  si ret eli himself. ; ,   ,  "lie was ii, chump."' was ih<\ re'pi.\  jn tones of 'elK-gust. , "lie had nvi  itiiiis. a knife, .-.-broncho, n lasso and a  hot lie of [ih'.eii. and yit he let de.villain  pmieii de lireath out of him and gu  ���iwiiy wid de liei'iiiue and a millmr  .Inlhirs 'm ea^li '.'r,-New  V<"'k Sun.  MINARB'S LINIMENT for Salu Eyerfwasre. ���  Tlie Cnlt of nirt. j  "Dirt is a giant bard to tight 1n beau-, j  tifui Ireland. The woman who bad j  never lieanl of "washin :i livo wan' is, j  I think, equaled by i'liother who came j  to mo lately aliotu her-sore leg-       '       |  '��� 'They tell me, doctor. Oarlim. that |  washin might scotch the bent out of it! j  But I wouldn't ndveiiTure to do it.,with- j  out askin your advice. Not for the,  worlds. I'm an or.hi woman now, doctor, dear, an a drop of water has never  gone near my bnely,' , ,-  "I advised a goodly supply of aqueous fluid, preceded by a thorough application of alkali and potash in the  form of soap, and the old woman hobbled off eiuile satisfied with my scientific words.  "In Sallyboggin for years a certain  old woman levied a weekly tribute on  chuiitnhly clisposod folk. All at once  a -new}' iroi'ti America turned up.  called on her "patrons' and after  thanking them for their kindness carried off bis mother's sister to enel her  day:- in comfort. Bi'.l :he w'dow IIool-  igrin ��� pronounced 'HcoU'luiu'���did not  l.iy lifr bones across' the water. She  1 soon reappeared. ."1 couldn't stop in^it.  misihress. dear, rI.o exphiin'-d to a  lady. "Me sis,te"s sows'a good hho.v,  between ourselves, they would ha'  mo    to   death.'"���Nineteenth  /*  THE.  CANADA  NATIONAL  LIFE  OF  Issues a Pollct- Sew to IuBnrerg  Take One Out Xoff.   >  Nares, Robinson & Black, Manageri. \  Peter Dickson", AK��'>>t for Man.  tiu��l ?^. \S . "JL".  ".iW-lil.111 TOTVVTPFfl,    MAN.   ���-_���-��� .,. , "       ��� ���.,fl  HIGH  GRADE   PLOWS,   SEEDING   MAGHim  Caii Uifjex.   lVii';ous,  liarrowi,  \\ liuliwltla  &e.    COCKSHU1T   PLOW   CO.,  Wim.lpejj  but.  , w:tsh'-<!  Century.  f Hotel Balmoral  >-. i  Mnlicioas.  ���!Whnl did your friend send'you on-,  your  birthday tiuit   makes you  so angry  fn: "  "YeR.  f'nster.'  ?   S!ie promised you something use-  ami   she   sent,  me   a   feather  ��� T-rnmnri��ti-'ebr>,,rO!tpi- .  I was   enroll���of- lame back,' nfter  suffering 15 years by MLNARD'S LINI-  MEN r.  Two Elvers, N. S-,      ROBERT ROSS.  ' I was oared of   Dipfcheria, after doctors fuihd, byiMINARD'SLIiNlMBNT/  Antigomsh. , JOHN A   FOR BY.  '   I'was cured of contraction of muscles  by MiNARD'S LlNlJiENT.  JDalbonsio.-      Mi��. .Rachael Saunders.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Nenrdlgia. ,;  "You know that jewel of a hired girl  of mine who left the Blinkiusopps and  came to me for a dollar more a week'/"  "Yes."  "Well, would you believe it.,that despicable P-ll!inger woman is trying loony her away from me."���Cleveland  Plain Dealer.'       '       * -  n.,��- Aljont  tlie Twentieth  Cent uryf  "Is Orlando Skaggs tt couiiianiotmble  man?"  "Yes. Indeed, if you don't let lilm got  started op, pronunciations or golf or  cerms'or Wngner or religion or politics."���Indianapolis Journal.  Hinard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.,  Montren).   Free Uus. Aia.  j P. 41.50oup.   K. P. J1.03 ea.  "~J. D. O'BRIEN,  MKOKBIt   IX  1  Grain, Provisions and Stocks  Prlva e Wire Connection wi'b. tv'i tending  Markets. Grain andSecuritles Bought,6oidand  C rrled ��� n Marg as. O r< suO'dence bolicited,  Private Cyphor CJoao yuruisbed upon Ai)Dli��oi.  tion. ���   u  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  !��.' O. DKATVEB 1287.  PAY SCRIP FOR  DOMINION  LANDS  AND SAVE DISCOUNT  ��� If you have , payments less than $80 to  make at any Dominion Lands Office ,eend us  the amount, le=s 20 per cent., and we will  make the payment and ' return the Lanct  Office receipt to you. Write for prices for  large payments.  ALLGWA1? & GHAMP1QN, winhipeo  Manufactured  by THOS, LETS, AVlnnipegr.  LA HISPANI  KHEDIVE AMD  RED CROSS  Are positively guaranteed Pure Havana.,  .Filler, and will plea^o the most  fastidious Einoker. ;  The yearly bacrcase of salee proves an  .appreciative public.     Alanu-  ,''    , facturedonly by  GEO.  F.   BRYAN   &   CO.,  wixst:i>3"i:e>:e;c3-.' -  For CntnloRU�� and Price List write to  THE   ODORLESS   CREMATORY   CLOSET   CO.,  IIAM.II/rON, ONT.  REACHERY.  LUCAS, STEELE & BRISTOL.  Imiiorters of Groceries  WHIMS.  Hamilton, Ont.  Ci rclo Tem  L.S.&��.C��ff��e��  L.S.& B. Extracts  L..S.& B. Spl<>.e*  lioolcn   Koii'irio*,-  ucifix.-*, f!cap-  ularb, Religions Ficmres. statuary, and Churct  Ornanieiits, Educational Works.  Mail orders re-  Catholic Prayer ^  ularb, Religions Pictures, statu  Ornaments, Educational Works  ceivft prompt attention. }).&J Sa4Il6I&C0..HflIllTeai  Parni lies purest of oxygen to the system  while sleeping. 11 - cu. es m.-omnia, nervous-  ne-=, indigestion, rheumatism, paralysis,  Bright'c Disease, and many other di-orders,  civins vital ty to the s^tem. by nature a  laws ^di=covered by Dr. 8 mche. I will furnish hamv.s of those who have benefited by  LOW Li     1YCXU L������*-�� ���        *��"' ���'-"-'      '  ' "        -." -*j ,  Exchange.   Winnipeg.    Mr.   Juhn    JJtttler, ;  Wi nipegosis, wri es:-"Yi.ur O.\ydonor is a  wonderful thins and has made a new man of -  me.   I have al-o' cmed one man m Qiglit |  hours of a bad case of lumbago.''  A persistent cold Jn the head is at first a  friend, for it gives -warning of the approach  of a deadly tuemy. Seed the wartime before it is too late, and ute  NDIAN  CATARRH  CURE.  Catarrh  or   Ili-ad   and   Tliroat.     The  head and throat ti'ecome diseased from neglected cold, causing catarrh when die condition of the blood predisposes to'thi-i  disease.   -  Catarrh of th(> Stomach.    This Condi-fl  tion may result from severd causes, but  the   usual  cause  is   Catarrh, the  mucus  dropping down into the throat, and being  swallowed.  Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes. Thi=  condition often results from Catarrh extending from the head to throat. If lefi  unchrcki'd it extends down the windpipe  into bronchial tubes, and in time attacks  the lungs.  1 INDIAN CATARRH CURE positively  and permanently cures every form of this  disgusting disease, it Is safe and effectual.  Contains no poisonous opiates. Sold every-  ' where.       >    -  Ask your dealer for it or send direct to  Tho  INDIAN   CATARRH   CUHJE  CO.,  1-1G St. James   Sjt., Montreal.  John ITisloi' & Co., PnopiuETORS.  ���"Write  for sample box.   Price, 6<K5 per box,  6 boxes for K2.60, post paid,  t-eo that JOHN, UISLOP is on every pack-  igc.     Large  sample   box   10c, prepaid,  eii'iiigh to prove wnat the remedy can do.  Send for it.  ml  y I'd w!j?|  jer Initio:|  me  lLi|  ic of tlu':|  JhlNtU'WE  teiiin; cl:  P ll.l.Vs.     .  ioi\. "i'r��;  ilozcn Wf.  u  other.     ,.  vfuttrcJ 5  Alcoholic or Xot.  Cufitomer���My  room  is full of rats,  and���    ''������- Drug Clerk-Yes; sir.    D6; you want  brbmd   or" strychulu'e? -Thlladelphla  Press.  '���"���There never .was,' and never will he aum-  irersul panacea, in one remedy, for all alls to,  ������.uhinWflPKlvis heir���the very i>ature of many:  i became a' staruudeeiiis manage-;! /.fg^^g^3f5e��^ g��� rf  it.,   He found ;that her average re-,  ks for the;three seasons werb'$l.n0u:  mie:'.of'iho'.:.Lon:doh.':neAyspnpe;rs'are;^  |ing-merry-over .the prospectus ,of:  |hvy wi'itoi-sv: syndicate. Shares ,at  lit'U0 cents each are, ,tb be disposed  buyers arc to found to tbcamoimt  I bo iu $30,000. '������T;iu:''a broad, geueral  of way the prompter promises to  pue tWlsiageVby;.producing, worthy  ��l^is by British -authors.     ,: ������  uie,  'V  I   uuirrfi  j. iiereter  ABOUT TREES.;  '    ; ;���  fdS> ���������'���'"���: ,r���~������" ;"��� - '���' '.  flMls a Bavarian max|iu  to plant a  W^l" ^'e'ry. optm s^aco.���.,."  M|'o"Oiiieijii roport of exports for" for-  fg^'iroduet.'?"from' Canada during the  , ^v%^Ky('!U- shows a'.��� falling,ori'"ofnearly  ^/iCtlSi^l11. the totjil export valuation be:  "     O^j^Jbicod nt i?2i>.r>0f),000. .'...'  ^,^^hl'nf'<lt>c..'lu' vogue in prance, Cler-  ��IWiy.;   llelgitiiii- and   other   Btiropoaii  .     ^ Vfl^ntries I  I  'jfatW- l)l,hl!c r0!nls  t%;m!||ntS.; plant. the  l^i^i^11 flR II ^0,ll'��0 of, reventio.   .,  ,!'��lVr/"'^g,he yew tree in all times, from the  letivly   days  e��f   the   KgyiitiuuH   to   the  i^yr- clYllI'/.atloii of l��]i'i'glanel, has ,been  as    a    menii-niiig .emblem.,  ^.W^Wanches of t her yew wore x-arrieel over  j^kimtM de'ael hy the nioiirne'rs iu England  the  S to plant I'rult.fees along  '1*1)0   local   govern-  tfei'.s   afiel  cultivafti.  i's ago and were  thrown   into  vc beneath the eoflin.   .  |5The .kingdom���. of   Saxony,   from  its  ^  T^S#0tXK) acres of, forest,  most I v spruco  *\jJwrpd.mostly ou poor niountiiln land, do-  ryscatol i* tAMjjBSig an annuril net income of $1,900.  ,()1(lintlio iiAS%0 $l.r,0 per acre. This is being'eleme  1 innfew p y^'iliout exhausting the forests; on tbe  ih?*I �� ^teClR?n"'-u'y-' ibey are worth double today  ruvfiflW* Kt* \$&lm '��liuy were 40 years ago.-Tbo  .c.iiditlpn      ^M'  ���oVbdrand'-difforenUj wntod-.diseosea' rooted:  in the: system' of-the pationt���whnt, would  rclieveiono ill ;in turn would aggniv.itothe  other.   We '''lmvc;��� however jin QumiDeUine.  when obiainabld in ��� ��� a.. sound,, uuadul t orated  "*talo; a .remedy for 'mriuy: and ,.ffrievows .������j^  Bv its-gradual and judicious use the fnulest  ^���steins   arc led    into   conva csconcc   and  strcrKtli'', bv the influence which Quinmoex-  orts on nature's own restoratives, .dt rehevcb  the' drooping .spirits of Uiose. with whom a  chrome state of  morbid despondency^and  lack of interest in  life is a disease, and, by  irannullizmt' die nerves; disposes to,sound  and refreshing sleep���impar s vigor to. the  . Mction of the bipod .which ,bomg stimulated  courses throughout the veins, strengthening  the healthy annual  functions of tho system,  [hereby makmg^ctivity.a ^^^1^fc  stretigthening die frame, and giv as:��� life to.  the cfigestive  organs, which ���o:<luralljv de-.  ,dSand Increased substance-result ^Ijroyrf  hnyctilo.   Northrop & Lyman, of iorunto  h vo Riven to the public, the t- superior Qui-  a tie \Vin-o at tho usual rate, and, gauged by  Khe  opinion   of   scientists,   this  .wmp.  ap-  l.proiicflcs nearest perfect on, of any m tho  market.   All druggists sell. H.  |  ,������ ,   .,t.^   . .    .'    . . r���-^ ���.;  I    : So   llotim   5'*<>f  SiMitlment.    -  I'"'..."-ln.'lpitors of'l.,us fatc.'ih't'ljiiis;''. -   _ .���������'���'���' ,  ,       .Miitr wi? S.HIK' kiiitJ lliouuht"Iwi.U the line*,'  '   Hill c'nl.V <v,k!i*l  f.H'l .Is writ ..���   __' :��� ���  '  I       ��� in Hits briH:'iiiissi\v.'-'.:!'l<-'':iw rrmtl.". '  ' ���'������'���,.'���������. -Cliini^'p Rel'ord,  SIGNAIS OP DANGER.-Havo you. lost'  vbuVappetile? flavo you a coated tongue?  llavo you an unpleasant taste in the mouth?  Boos your head ache and have vou diazine? s?  If so, your stomach is out of order, and yon  need medicine. But you do not dke���^!:  clno. Ho that .prefer* sicknoso to medicine  must sutfer, but under the cuctmistatic^s the  wise man would secure a box of Parme ee 8  Vegetnble Pills and speedily get himself in  health, and strive to keep so. ,  Vlonnn 'flOHpbtnl*.  \   writer it. .The; Niurioeiith  Century.  havin- visit.-d thedargest hospital m Vi-  '    as.shock.'.! by tlu> total, wnm of  ���<)!������  patient a1'    fcclitij  T STEELE.   BRIGGS'  " Chester King,,J Cabbage  " "ThU Kranct Cpbbape is remarkablo for s��renrS��_^���1lf^i^  good  :�����������������  EXTRA EARLY BEET  ' An'pxtra f-r'.y v.iri.'ty with s u-n.t. r 5.ft���-��� '���ni.ill dTk loaves  and, iiiiogih tiun,  i oUm "of Hit- Midi i.i a is. li chilli ciunson wuh  Tho lb-Ii !������ ��'��i-P "!'a ^"''',���, .indeuiin-Iy  wlii !i U '      ~ "   ���r^lromMruiy  n"vUrV��lii"!'��  u'Are.t d.awb^ck 10 many  1,. is fl.ittish'rc.iiB.1 in sli-r* lAo ^ f-,"^ ��������� '  root.   Price per packet, 6c,; oi., 10-, h 'b.^yc.  c to build    ')��||f   ORCHARD AND GARDEN.  ���till1     IfJW  ���d as nurses atid  yr*  m  .ppione-b I  nuinontif L  ivsatui ol \  atrcsainil  iu'slio^.  '  inlyk'"  ivcr frt"  )O.V.    u  Minn so"  ��-.f  hill* ���- .  ;��coel nnJ  igli curei  s lini(fi��  1 v^i Hqt'ses or'cutUc should never be paa-.  V-^lutoi] in an orchard.  'jkit '1 lip best tltno to in-line the. peach tree  k  ^ ikr* CfirlyL ia the spring.  t   flf'f 'loo large upd too thick iicaels on fruit  ^ ^xfroes should always be avoided by proper .  fa4 in uni n g. ...   !  A^H*  An ounce of nitrate of soc'ln dissolved'  y^jln four gallons of water is an excellent  *ytooel for bulbs.       .   .   ���        ;   ��� ���  }^ There  is no  danger  iu  turning  uuder,  V I Clover and planting the. land to strawber'  Iit.3   and   rfliipberries,   plantlDg  -f   \  .riuin. w  i'l'ganl  .-lass of w.uiicii I'Uiployci  ill',: ,|epi'ii.liWe of  nursiug upon the  pa-.  lieiit's rcadinVss to_tipJiis_nurse. ;  DO NOTDELAY.-VVhcn, throunh debilb  fated'digest!vo organs, poison finds its way  into the bl6od the prime consideration. Is to  got tho pol-on out'as rapidly and as ihot-  ouidily ne pwsiblo. Delay mny menn dis.  niior Parnielee'." Vpcotable Pills will b��  ffi a^��limb!?nnd effect^ ^  cine to assail the- intruder with. Ibcy i ever  fail They go at once to tho scat of the  trouble and work njpormnneut euro.  Less than 2 per cent of all the men in  \inericn own "fuUdress suils," and fu ���  Iv'pcveii-eiglitlis of our American fa mi-  lies'have: their dinners at noon���k,uward  Uok.      , ��� -   '  wiNiRD'P''UtnvKNT Cares DanM  Xevr lUngriiws Tomato  New TOMATO for 1900,  "MAGNUS"     -  Tl.is very dis-.innt and mist promising new Y,ar!',l,?.���u��on  coloi of Beautv and Mannu=;, " du- Liu-si uddmon by UMnnston  in iheToi.iaio'Uniily. It is Hecher, heavier and more solid tuan  eithiM of the abovo, inakins; ii .-mly Urn most )an^Bonle,?��"i������  culibiiion. Il is unsiirnas^d m qnaliiy and in the Pr��d^''�� l  of fine, large fruit.' It is perfectly ad-ipted to main c.oD pla t-  inp, jet matures so tj.iicUly that it w.li take first rank for caiy  tnarhei. lb" f. rm ii pe.fc.-t. u->ifoi.u. 1 -ree.and ottracthe  liesh is vervfitm. It is a. lobust ..rnwrr, with shori jojius  sotting its friut ch:savs rlo=rv iq-jeiher than most varieties and  is the (fore a he.v> crop,* ��� ��� Tim !��� Ht Is very deep fro���� ��c���  in bVssoin eiul, iiMiiy-of ili-i to-.'.uocs being almost globe  sha|.il. It ript'i'.s c ?<i','<. ''.<�����  the (Uvor is most di-iirjbl-.'.  pkts.foi S1.00  Mammoth White Cory Corn  Mti'-h tini'iMi'l :it(-iu,,-.!-, 1 .-- !���  S-AOtt tjT-i. .ir.-l it f; '���" i.s  j;"''.;  able loollor A viritivsi p.ninMi.i"... .-. .  ��� ���-.  .  motii White Cory. Tl.i- f-i l:<-it l-.r.-o o*re.i i i.iiu-t introduced,  unly u fuw <^,l\^ I.upi- ih..n :��u rxtn I.arlv Wlnto Cory. The ear;.  arc��Miy uiurl't 1 in.ur, t?.��-l-i-i" aix!c,>b ,.tf-p.ir�� nmiuar.lotiiii-  siirp.i-scl ciidil',, A I'.'sir.iblo Ublu corn. I1 r ;ol"S., ��1 dV,  lb , 15c; pkt., 5"..'   ��� ick about ihu stem, and  I'or r.kt . 20".; 3 pkts, for 60c; 7  .tv�� ii lo ihi improving ot  .ni^ladii.n  ibat wo  a:a  in i-i sji'eMr.rhy as Mm]-  Steele, Brlggs' " Exquisite" Musk Melon  A rod lioshoil variety of most dainty and dcHoiito Uuyor  O  Q   IS  jf lb.. 35c; oz��� 16c; pkt��� 5c  Steele, Brisks' "Prize-Taker Red.Globe;' Onion  ��������� ���'     'A'new-, large, 'hatulsoma ���Onion, globular in shipR. of,a.rich,;dart:  rowth.e^riiiicfsa'ul'cdlor, a decided leader.  ..          ��l,25 , 02., 35c; j>kt��� 10c,  A grand exhibition variety,.  :i:d n'i  -,i, very sou'd ar��.l pleasant flavored,    bi  r^HH'i'.vijue, c:op lHtxiiiccr when proporty  teele,- :Briggs':'.;66.Toront<o -O'em:  ?v  m  '4<  sits sweetness for a longer time than any other variety we. know.    Per >A K>��� J��:.; oz��� lot.., i>l>t- ='-���  VOU: WILL1 HAVE A Q'i  GARDEN  I  Prlzotako? BctJ Olobo OulQi\  Tf v'niv t^fl " STEELE, BRIGGS' FAMOUS SEEDS." They are used by the most successful g  $<Ss thpoiii'ooue tho D��n��inicr.;.ahdtheenbpiiidU3' annual increase in iho sale of-our h  fSl^toSXfse^tiaiy attests'tci'the superior quality or the seeds wo send out, fil  pree-  Handsome ,112-pq^'. IHus'tirated'-Catalogue *  /f'*i /f*i ^*M 9     <f2N "WOF ~K~^ 'If  Seiid for ���one'..to-cJciy  ii  TORONTO. ONT.  , it!  ���fil  I  ,.!  i'V'i  i  ���  ; i  ' : 'I  u'   M  :  III  ...M  I  ���' 3 I  ! .|S  ';��� 4l  i  i  i j  iVfl  |     \\  'w 1>,|  '���'���?  '��� -f'[  ' i|  m  'i.-Jl  YS ���'.!.  iu n\  .'m  a w  "I.",  too.'  didi.  If   1.  OH'  W01  rca  get  pa j  my  prn  h;o  44  Ilei  If'  Ife  fo' '  \V' '  th  ne  w  o:  Ic  e  o  P  s  if  c  ���t.  , t'  ��� - s .   '  ift  ���t*-;'!  ,%   ,  f  ** ..<;  V  - u   --.  i  ��� 'f   ��� <  Q  ���'   --)  ,  !,.*�����'   4  -1   "V  '  ;,' J      i  i  {��� s_      * "  !!:(   "-!  [  I1' <       I  >  ' j   " -:  i  .81     -' +  ���  '��� i    -:  ^  ���, i., ,-  fjato^gt.gxcgy'g'. ~���<*V^'.���V-^9ir?'"���--���.������"?.:  ���~���r. ^ j^A^^gwgs-gresgMnJrfc^,^��s-t^K.r^u, -  ^.-.-���^���jrT^^g. .���. .-TZrl  ���znssBExcvesssasssiaEsssTai i��vrs*a;^aKs:��a39asMB2waEK����JBE��*��MiW  f.CT��tp tp ���[>�����..'-J-'Tt.l^riir/SoiainEg  s/KnEKiaKzussasaaaa-^J^^  iOl,  "*��� ��s  ^  IP iff,-    TJi^-Vi"    rr-ir-nj}  Published in the jnisvei . of tho people  of Mnvi'- r.ijd \H\if.t ICoolcuav.  ! .:.lSS   5����  ?.  Efif:? 2 S^ Z-ZltiLi- o& LiU E     / rei^O.)    frrtP&i \     '      %<>- 10,���3'  ft   ip^n^f^!   ��   -!<-��-.'���-the ::im�� nil  ���lOSiCru M..i.litJi:u-T'Ai��T. r;o(. ! '.    jiW/^JS**-?.*?,j /third TUui^ai "q-f Ci.th  Layer b..r.i ..oh!   !>:��� Hjj   Kerr e/  do..en     \$Ji��^&��r   r-n iu-i-VJ tc attt-n^.  ���A.ND--  ':'. ,}. KMVTH &��� CO.,    -   .-  in-irs or .-.v: vrrrTic:"  pne Tear '.. . .    '   I'ubii^iers. ' Hdile;  su.00.  f' :-r  SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 31)00,  Watch Moyir grow.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. .". .  -nr irm j ��rrr ���r'r *���******��-��wn�����*��t  Tho buikline boom Is on.  I JIIWIIHII       IWIIIII  The chirp of the lobin and the  whistle oi the politician will toon be  heard1 on the lea.  - The capture' of the capilol of the  Orange' Free Stale and President  Stevn was dead easv.  Ojlditio Orders GivenSfrkt Attention.  itaMnntmw  - The Pernio Free Press brings Win.  Fcrnie, out ns a candidate for tlie provincial legislature. But (here will be  others.  GO   TO   THE  lUiOilfy    biulfung  For your ouliit.    The largest stock in  , East Kootenay.  ���KRTO'&CO.,  Moyie   Miners'   Union  .Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening., Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend,  d. j. EL.vfiB, w. r. hockin-g, I Fevjiie  Pres. C  Wholesale   and  Bo hail Butchers.  SHOPS    AT  aaiynfc��SJ JU**i'Ji*'mu'*'Ji|fbTi^gxi3e  ���   Fort Steele  36r-So��,y I Oranbrook Moyie Wardner  J. H. COSTIGANc a, 0.  on"ici::   Bau*: of Ccmidcrc.c Bicg.  JTJST   opened  Forty" Sets' Chamberware^--^^?^  -o-  ���^���tiF^/iy****'  CPANPROOK,  J). C.  ���',"  . i' *  The time lias arrived when all  back  yard-: should bo cleaned.    A little pre-1  caution taker, notv jr.ay prevent uu:ci)  sickness later on in the .season.  Cl'_i   ��JCL,  ' i  LEV/IS THOMSON,  HOT.SRi" PUIJJ-IC, Accoux-  TAJIX,   .CO.VMJSSIOV/AND  I^^uKiurii Aoiiur.   '  MO 7x6,  I  )','  '/'���!.  ,  When   President    McK.hjley    concludes his serviced as  a  public  officer  he will accept the position of professor  oi international lav; at the Millville, N. .  J., uniTersily. "  ',.'i.  -s   i  "^"~r*,^ M'ft fl ,r~r*r  >   *     1  .-(���  ;r,j  Matnl H., probably the most fam-  Oits trotting horse bred in America, is  dead. The horse, like her owner, the  late Robert Bonner,, was game -and an  honest preform ev.  WKXTGQMB  House painter, grainer,  glazier , and paperhanger.  All ' work , on ' perfect surface gurani eed. Pn'ces ac-  , cording to , tonality and  stock required  K ri^SatAClSTC^.aTtafc-r^a��>MgWW-J ����� XW*  W, ff. ffTTED.  .VIoyie, B. 0.  R.VItUISTElI, SOLICXXOIJ, KTC.  obanbrooe:.        ' b; c.  MERCHANT TAILOB,  OBANBKOdK.  Repairing Neatly  and  Promptly ,E^r-  . tcutfid.    Special Attention Given  ,n J> ail Orderrj.    '  Suits' Madej  to Order.  ���>'^'^!^'^''S'^^\b'!S5^^.i^4?��r'>��'->'.<..  Iii newest designs. They are heatfties. One cjrato ci  colored tableware, coiiaisLingof diunor r.nd tpa seta, cuj��s,  saucers, plates, etc., all pretty patterns. Tabic add ,bar  glassware, sugar and eiearn sots, ' fruit paucora, butter'  dishes, berry bowls,' cake stands, etc. Hall lsnipo  bracket lamus aad.tablo lampt,      ���      '  .__ (l .-  Just have a look at theinf  -0 1  WkM -m.^s.c3g-wh-TTBn�� nnMsswffi,,qna  .( t  , I  ���i! /  ' '"I  ; -t  ) I'  ���i;  .v>  f :v  <��� 1 :-'���'.���  'Cfj, ii '  ,i;v'_,[-[���  ''r ��� '  <rl  ''i I ���-.  "Ladysmith" is the name of a town-  site recently established in the Boundary country, near ��� Greenwood. The  aite has been partially surveyed,016  blocks of 24 lots otic!} having been  laid out,  The dividend of $720,000 declared  by the Le Eoi mine, v,'ith &.balance of  half that sum can ied forward to the  new year, is the best, advertisement  British Columbia" mines could have^  It is worth tons of prospectuses.  hmbvkjWzkci .'iiwctjofi ��mao��i��,  , < "I'believe in a boll. 'l have spent  nine, hours ��'n New, York's dreadful  6WCJI. bhojis." l Tnis was 'the statement, made by Edwin Markham,  author of "The Man with the hoe,"  after ' investigating (lie unsightly,  plaeva ivhor.- semie of fhe ch.;i!i::-.g is  fiiad S'iL i'Li^jle wiii prrrdst in  aeiitl.iie eat! fa- '.ii -ir ehittiiug  iii^l.e.ad  .  ' LA0NDEY.  Good  washing,    No  chemicala   used.  Prices heap cheap.   Near Moyie hotel.  Hum wwhi hi1 ii inmn1   r i'h  ���p���ri~iTTi"n'wr*'^rrTrr7fyrgST*^y^i''nfT^7Tiflnriw  f! A NAT!* aw  PAOIirTr!  RAILWAY  i  AND SOO���PACIFIC LINE.  EAST and WEST  To all points.    Givest the  only  direct  service from the  KOOTENAY      00UKTEY  McVittie & Hutchison,  b  I 4 f  Fire and Life assurance. 'I'lin-  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  Conveyancers,  and Notaries''   '  Public. ���  ' ,  r >l      i  lioave Orders ct Leader  Oinco. >��OiriK.  utyir'  as��  Is��r a i  gyglms  I-  CCJ '  l.K\;$   AND   STATI0k"}3KY Bi'OKB^  Patent medicines, toilet  articles, office stationery  andjschool supplies. ...  Lexdikq Libraby :, If you want a book  ask for it and it will be  procured  lor  it l *  you without delay.  IT PAYS TO DEAL MTTII  IOPE & BEATTIE,  Chemists ant? Di-ufffflstsi  SICYIfi, B. C  Wzxs  W  A\^^jl^i\. II jifAt?t  ^  ol  'I.-Oll-'/Jrw      I an.;:"-    in  par! -/i the e.'eniutry.  Through first e.lass sleepoi daily  to and from Kootenay Landing. Tourist curd pasn Medicine HaL daily fot  St. Paul. Fri'i-iys for Montreal' and  Bf..rcou, Sui--Ui:yj and Weduecd^ya f'oi  r<.r^ntn.  DAJJA"    TRAIN.  mr   own; '������*���-'* ^'kw  J J:.':01!.e ,..   y,(jYlii l\<: 10-')2  K��Meit!ii<tiwwiwnMtMiw<l  3 B  AT G. H. MINCER'S  nnumi  SAW AND PLANINSMILL  *4�� ^����nnn^��,ia  All Kinds of B,ough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doora^fl.nd^SlLirLglqs . . ,  NELSON,  B. C  ai^truvTuji 1^���?^'-vx.*Jl��� i. -���,  VrJ;;.r :'-; an ciT-jctive echuoimaritor.  Ponuie loomed more abo'it, the Phiiip-  pinen and the pn-.ithern'p.icitic in the  Week that f-dinued the sih;. ,hi?if of  aftn]ie,j'i'0- sri'!,vl.'-o,i, linn \:vj? h.nl  p'l-viousiy iu<ii:;rc(i in all liiiir c:v-  iRlemci.. A Ft;w .'iu.!iti:.i: ijglUu.g in  Sou'ii A;:jo,i tur- vlaQ been Jim.i;'in"lv  prolific- of gc ,jraniiicai knowledge,  and instructive us w, 11 in 3es,:oiH of  inLernationa! law and conitt,-.  Fort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY, (limitki).-;  ii' i  '-���**w:��w��n*en��^  VI  .   .  '!". i  |.' !  Jt if gr.ilifyin^; to ��ce tno ['eaeoftil  coudiiioa which exists between the  mine owners and miners in tlrj Moyie  camp. Employer and employees  work in harmony and the. best feeling  prevails. Moyie should furnisn an  objuct lesion to the Went Kootenay  camps whicii aie iww in a turmoil.  The people of the siater Kootenay  thoii'.d learn that the evcrcifeing ol  a little "horse1 sense" is all that is  required.  ( Dr. Max Muehfenbruch, the champion prophet of Alameda county, California, is calling the turn on till a Hairs  of inportance that will happen during  the first eiuarter of the century. According to his predictions, Vv', .1. Bryan  will be the next President of tho  Uniteel Stat-.s. Admiiul Dewey will  die before 1002. Mark Hanna collapse  from apoplexy within two.years. Mc-  Kiniey will run again and be defeated;  Irland will be free. The; Prince: of  Wales will die in 1905.      ; ���  r ~ini     kwwiuiiiiij  The Canadian I'acifie P.ailway in  taking over the Columbia & Western  extension, Jlobson to Greenwood, from  the Construction Company, has made  a, very material reduction in the, local  .passenger rates on the branch. The  transfer took 'place on March 1st,  when the local i:\te, Robson.to Grand  Forks, w.as reduced from $5.35 to $3.35,  "lobson to Greenwood from $7 to  Rales be!,',-ceU othe points on  ���anch hav, been reduced to a  ponding extent.  Conneetic:1. t:i-weekly, si Jlacieod  for Calgary and Edmonton, and daily  at Medicine IJat for ail points East.  Cennfction daily at Kootenay Land  iug fori.!! i>.iiio m West Kootenay,!  Slocan and BuLUid.uy dislriots, ard  for j'.iciiio'c'u-t and m u:; !iae po-nih  \rLi U-jvehiti/ke.  THROUGH TJCKKTS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CJIECKELLTO  DESTINATION.  Cheap Rates lo the Old Coiuitrv.  A;-pij- lor Uiitcs, Man-i, Tunc e'aril^, Tickets atiii  j-"nll   tnfonasjtlon ;o Kuato.'t Local  A^oat. or  L. (VI. fnansfiekl, Agent, Moyie.  W.F. ANIiEHSON, K. J. GOYLE,  T, T. A. Kclsou.-       A. G. P. A., Taucovcr  Wj cie:.',- coiitt.lo to litits of  t\  Prices Given  and   Orders  ��� Taken .on  Everything  .in the Printing  Line at the  Furnish-  Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  ind Liquors. .  .  You   will find  a   full  line of  .general   hardware,  including  . Stoves, Tinware,  Agateware, Oils,  Paints; Glassware  A Call Solicited,  nx.sjrop ix ci)\xsc,tion, ,   '  Moyie, B.jC.  a.  Mail Orders Given Prompt  Attention.  Ci-anbrook,  Port Steele    ���  UN ION BARBER SHOP  AND PATH ROOMS.  T. JK. COLLIi'H, Prop,  MOYIE, B. C.  PATRONTZE  WHITE LABOR  By Sciiilins Vu.ii Work To tlie  UNION LAUNDRY. ���  PHI LI I' CONRAD, Pkop.  GOOD WORK. PKICIOS   JeKASOKAnUi  &;  ������"-wwsaEHiH  a^g^r  Christmas, is coming. Get  your pictures taken to 6"ii(l  home. PRESiy'lhe photographer, will visit, Moyie on  each , Saturday. Flashlight,  pictures taken at the Moyie  or at your: room or house.  Leave your orders at once.  No time to delay:  Frest & 'Co.,   :  Photographers,  Granliroulc,     Moyie.     Pox-t Seolo.  ��  I  >r r'  FOR PRICES  APPLY  OH   WRITE  , 0. R. MXJIR, Mgr,;  moi'ijs,   b. a.  tfMOwijnij^f���"imna rt��i>^tetfMi^^��acrtigMcau'ra6Ta��-,a*ii.Bwhij.j^jfc-ttf��^w.  THE  WM.' HAMILTON MANTJFAOTtTBING CO.  ,    , (LIMITED.)  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.;  t^%  JEWELRY.  Official Watch Rcuaircr for   C. P. R  CRANJ5KOOK,   R.   C.  >0  A  (i    |- I  |     V BREWERY.  m  IN        ICKGS  AND  nOTTLEfi. -1  -BRK'iVKUS  OF���  FINE LA��E.R   BEEB  AND,TORTER . .  . '  BOOTS ,  AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R. A, SMITH,       Moyie.  NKXT UOOTl TO JiLACKS.VITJl .SHOP.  OnDEitf? Promptly,, attbnpkd to.  R. Riesterer and Co.r Props.  NELSON, B. C  MINERAL   ACT    189(1.  (FOKM   I-'.)  UKUT/I-'ICATK   OP  iMPKOVBMJiNTS.  XHTICK.  The ^rclU'luk, Jinacson' Tnnlc dollar, I.ukc  Vhmv, Baltimore, Dude Fraction, St. John  KnK:l:on, efrjiKMuL ISullc:' J"nictioii . and Hdl-  'to-Pay; Fntol.ion Mineral Oliiiinsi situate hi  t.ho..' Port Steele Mining Division of : East  'Kootenay ���District'.",'-      ���/..  Where located:���On .the-East .side of Moyie  Lake.;  ''     .������,���,'''���,.:., '    ''.' .'.  Tn.kc uot'ce that.-Ij', James A. Harvey, affent  for the St. Kngcne Consolidated Mining Com  paiiy Limitedi Froo Miner's 'certiflcate No.  "H9H'.)3," intend clxly.flays from the. date hereof  to apply to .the. Mining Kocordor for a, Certificate of.improvemoiiis forthe.p'urpose"of obl.nin-  tug a Crown Gi'unl of the.above claim.  And further. tn,ke notice Unit .'action, under'  .section 37, must be -.commenced before the Ik-  Kiinncc'of such OcrtlJlc'i-ito of IniprovcmentK.  ���J. A. HAIiVKY,  I-iaicd this, 1'Jth day of February, A. I). 1U0O.  SUBSCRIBE   FOR   THE  LEADER  FOR' FINE  9  U-'-."ia"i  4>v  ADDRESS  %  CD  ss  H  m  X  ��� z  c^  03  o  2>M  y=6  ~��  cm  ir~*  o  3sa  t**  �����  Srjs  ��T3  (Ji  rsi  Ge0Rc&5Sffil * 0fttfll��e^  ^.      ��� .  . ^^riz^M'*^*���^!!!^

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