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The Moyie Leader Mar 9, 1901

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EEIB,  CAMPBELL & CO.  __._..,-  -^���''^^���^���^���'^���^���^iy^''"**-*.'  r{.-,il>i}i*A^_|fcW  f*���>.Mf-/.*. ^'ifey-  ',-,--V<''.iS,fe;i.'ttwh  Mr.wA*,��  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  tiaiKj.*.'aaa*i,f'itM<1?'*r-i;' ���"  CANADIAN' BANK'  OF���'��� COMMERCE.  " . ' e.  Paid Tip, Capital, ,$8,000,0(30,.  HUBERT HAINES, MGR  ��� 'I'Vij .��'JEStM. *�����--, a-  n  uw i  A,  ^..A.'���MacKenzie,., Proprietor.. ' '   , <.  ( o f- _r   **  IIiSS'Hbtel' -for-the - Wssesr -Everything -First  every   respect."   Sample. Eooms  for   .  ggSlif'      ���   '      Commercial Men.  -  British Columbia  i*_risft.7n'  ' ;' ^.tl1 Fn?^*!^^  ��� y.y^.fijiffim'  f.-stefe^  i.*j^_?--.'-^^r-<lSi:j^."fS;-^!u__r<S1;^^.r<____.--*S_!i:-ig.-'^l:-^**"'^"gp''��� ^*t*'^*^j^��^- &.'"*''**''b'*  .���V'^-V'^iV>;'>;'V'V'^,'V'>*.',S?^r^:,v^? "^^^. fez  DE3.VUT.xrE It,    V'v>i>.  Large   sample   room   in   connection  with house for commercial mon.   Best '  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Commencial and Mimng Men.  r��i��-QUEE>I  AVB5TTJB, .       -r~. r~ ���- MOYIE,   B. G.  " V3��3|?!k,>l��*'���>,^'>l|^���*,*^���*,,!s>������ >^'.>-^'',^,^*"^'>*.*>,<>��.'>**.-^!!^?^?r^r*^?^?^r ;?J?^?^_*1  m  %  ?'51*  JSsBv*.*"?  i  The survey of'he propcsecL line  to  'connect the Great Northern  with  tho  Crow'-3 Nesf; ccal fields in East Koote-  i _ ,  nay has begun in earnest.    A party of  Great Northern   engineers   from   St.  Paul, with assistants and supplies,  arrived at. Kalispell  recently   and   are  now at work running a line from Jennings,    Mont.,   to   the   international  boundary. '   The  people  cf  Kalispell  have beeu confident  of   securing   the  southern    terminus  of the  proposed  road on account of the alleged superiority of the route from , that   point   to  Tobacco Plains via the Stillwater,  but  the fact tliat the company has   authored   'a  survey', from   Jennings   has  placed Kalispell on the  anxious   seat.  ������   The surveying party   has   taken   a  complete equipment, and A.   Guthrie,  the railroad contractor, is  going -over  the route with them, says the Kalispell  Inter'-Motfntam.    It  dous,  not  follow  that the Jennings route has been   dcti-  uitely decided on, but  it  conclusively  shows lhat the Kalispell route has not  been,   .The Jednings route would have  the advan.ags of sev-nal miles in   dis-  disttince, but that of  itself   would   be,  more than om-et by tlie greater cps&of  construction, if the report ol the  char-  actcr'of the work is   correct.    But,   it  has been sugges.ed.as one factor of the'  Jennings route that the "right  bf way  up the Kootenai would   cost   the  railroad compan}**  nothing,   while   for   a  considerable distance out,by the JC'alis-  pcl) route it would be expensive.    Tho  branch'road is going to be   built,  and  in all probability at once.  The,negotiations between the Crow's  Nest pass coal mine  owners   and   the  Gieat Northern for a lino into the sections where the   collieries are  located  and the application of the latter   road  for a charter has  suddenly   infused    a  great deal of activity into the management    and   policy  of   the   Canadian  Pacific,   which has  allong  enjoyed   a  monopoly of   this   trade.    Announcements have appealed from the general  offices in Montreal of the inauguration  of a policy of activity which is as  surprising as it i^ unprecedented.    Fifteen  locomotives havo been ordered c.'-clusi-  velv for use on this branch and a large  amount of roiling stock is expected to  be ready in a few weeks.  '^,-!-f'-.?i-t��- -  :     V****'     ".   <  *  >"1&V, ��� -  .' AyAs  .-= '.I'-'-.a  - 'v. t*  -   >-a:.A  * " '    *    f '7  Advertise goods at a reduced price when  they find out they. have paid too much for  them,  Miners'  Unioii Dance.  Neat and attractive card hangers are  out announcing the grand miners'  union ball which is' to be given by the  Moyio Union on March JSth. Messrs,  Hart, .Mitchell and Kccd, tlie committee in charge, arc doing good work  and will leave nothing undone to make  thc affair a huge success.  JUt-tal Quotation;,.  New York, March. G.���Bar silver,  cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelters, ���i'J.ST.i at the close. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00.  01:1-  S*N  eeause we know the value of goods and  where to buy them, and never require to ask  less';than the original -marked' pice. _  LOTS���for sale on easy terms in all  parts of town. D, .T.Elmer's Cigar  Store.  COMPARE   OUli PEICES   AND   SEE; FQR:YOURS��LFV^g^  Fine Toilet Soaps,  Latest Perfumes,  Toilet Requisites,  Hair Brushes,  Combs, Sponges, etc  GO  TO THE  N. A. MacKenzie, of the Manhattan  Jiot-il, was quite cick this week.  .  II. S ten son;, tho jeweler, has been in  ICaslD the past week.  1  P. J. McMahon Viml  wifo  returned  frqm Nelson Jfonday.  -  For carpets,'rugc t.x\& square? go to  Q. H. Gilpin, '  Thes Christian,waa in   town,, Thurs-1' "  day fiom Crapbrook.        *    ' '  M, A, Beale was   jn   Cranbrook" the  first of the week, ' ,   -  ' A lunch counter hg,3 been added   to  A. H. Slum's bakery,  Mrs. 'Harper his been quite ill again,  but is now on the road to recovery,  '   "Sandy" McFaileno   has   returned  from an extended-visit in the east.  ' ���* e  Mrs. Lacy mada r, flying trip to  Port Hill and back this week,  i r ' ��� I  , G. H. Gilpin was in'town between  trains yesterday.  Patrick Cantwell has returned from  the St. Eugene hospital.  G, Hiilier, j. r., is now iu Nelson  holding a position* in the C. P. B. office  at that'place. ,,  E. J. Peltier,   the   only   wholesale  liquor dealer in  East 'Kooteuay, was  out to Moyie Wednesday.  i '    i  Prefessors Harry Hallam and" Clarence Washington left Moyie Thursday  for Utah and Colorado points.  For laco curtains,' window shades  and curtain poles go to G.  H.   Gilpin.  Al. Richardson returned home Monday from the east, where he has been  spending the winter. ,    *  Dan Maclood, a member in good  standing of the Moyio miners' union,  died ih Fernie last week of pneumonia.  D. J, Elmer has one of the neatest  and .cosiest, cigar store.- iri East Kootenay,, and' his stock of goods,ia thc" best.  There will be a party given by the  Presbyterian Ludiej Aid al *the home  of Mrs. Doig next Wednesday evening.  A general goud time is expected,, and  everybody is invited.  ,' Ben Hemmiuger, the man who was  so badly burned in the Lake Shore hotel fire, returned to'Moyie Wednesd ay  from the hospital. He will soon be  able to go to work agaiu.  Messrs. Erith & Hamilton exnecfc.-to  open their uew hotel about next Monday. They havo a neat place with  good accommodations, and arcworthy  of a liberal patronage.  WANTED���furnished or unfurnished houso to rent. Apply at this  office.  Messrs. Grant ct Sheady are not yet  in position to give full information regarding their sawmill enterprise, further than that everything is progressing favorably.   ,  The firm ot Hill & Joll received a  carload of dressed meat from the east  this week. They are puttiug a refrigerator In their shop, and also puiting  up an additional lot of ico for use next  su.iimc.'.  There has been,quite a race for limber land on tho wb3t side 'of the lake  during tho past week.  Rev. Prof. Whittington, M. A., B. Sc.  president of the British Columbia conference of tho Methodist Church payed  a /lying visit, to Moyio on Friday.    lie  has boon visiting the various churches  and missions of his charge and speaks  highly of the work done   by   Bev.   ,W.  G. Malion in different poiuts of   South  East ICoolonay.    Increased' attention  will be paid to Moyie during the  coming season, and a good advancement is  expo;; ted.  Against Bast Kootenay  District.  AI'MID OF SMALLPOX  J5?icn   Paosciib-er   From'^ Ease   Ko'otc.iay  Jl-JSt Ko Provided witli Certiflcatro"  ifrom Jledical OMcev.'  Owing to the existence of two small  poxcaoesin-East Kootenay, one in  Fernie and the other in Moyiej thc  city officials of Nelson havo placed a  rigid quarantine against this district.  Tlie, Nelson Tribune ' say's that' the  quarrantine imposed by the local officers is so complete that ifc will be impossible for a passenger Irom any point  iu East Kootenay who has''been exposed to the plague to get into the  city, and should result in keeping  Nelson free frqm jt*. .  The regulations that have" been is-,  sued are .-iigued by Mayor Fletcher an d  medical health oillcer Dr. LafJau, and  recite that each passenger from East.  Kootenay must be provided with ,a  certificate,- signed by the medical  health oiiicer at the point from which  they came, to the effect that the party  has not been in the least'way exposed  to disease and has also copipliec} with*  the other regulations, If they du not  have credentials they will have to return whence they came. Dr. G. H, H.  dymonds has been appointed quarau*-  tiue inspector, and on, the arrival of  the boats, both from Kootenay Lauding and Bonner's Ferry; he" will see  that all passengers before they'leave  the boats aro provided with the' proper  papers. Printed certificates have been  forwarded from here to all the niedic.il  officers of East Kootenay, This will  put passengers 'to very little inconvenience, and ft .is thought that' the  reguL-._-.ons'will _ be readily complied  with.l  JTiro Si'iTersrs, JFuntl.  The board of trade hands the Leader  -the following statement regarding the  distributing of the funds r-ised in  Moyie for the benefit of the.recent fire  sufferers:  -Special Jioard _.reet__.#.  A special meeting  of  the  board  of  trade ./as held in  31; A. Be'ale's offico*  yesterday 'to(. confer    with   Rowland'  Machin, of Victoria,   representing   the  Bennett Fuse Co. Mr. Machin promised  to use his influence 'afc'Victoria in the  interest of tlie   people   of   Moyie.   A  resolution    was   drafted . asking    tho  government   ior "an'appropriation of  $l,OQOfor the bnildin^'of a i.oa"a tQ t}1G'  Society Girl  mine.    A' COp'^ "of "this  resolution was placed in the  han'dq pf  Mr. Machin and another in the;  hands  of Hon. E. C. Smith   and' the provincial   secretary.    As   the  government  has'never yet   appropriated   a .dollar   '  towards the bujlding.of a   road   to   a  Moyie mine, it '_is  likely  this request  will be cbcrfully complied will}.     '  , '  Small Pox Situation,  The amall   pox  situation  in  East  JCootonay. has, been very  muoh   exaggerated on the outside.   The facts of  the matter aro that there aro only two  cases in the  whole district.    Dr,   Barber at Fernie has almost fully 'recovered and the quarantine basbeen raised'  from the Royal' hotel.    Dennis Shea,  the Moyie patient, is doing splendidly.-  The house whore  he  is   is   still   well  guarded, and the upper  workings and  the boarding houso afc the Sfc. Eugene  miiie are still  under  quarantine,   but  .  this will be raised on the 14, if no new  ceses appear, ��� i  RECEIPTS.  By entertainment, rucaregor ball.  " ���' Morley       "   .  DISBURSEJIENTS.  ? 47.00  1-16.00  Moyio Brewery Starts.   '  ���The'Moyie Brewery made its first lot'  of be'-.r .today in the new building  which was crectsd lasL.eummer. This  lot is -"bock" beer andis equal, to that'  made in any part of the Koote nays'.  The' hew brewery is iii perfect working  order,'and is inchargc'of t\yo practical  arid well experienced" brewers ^Joseph  Niederstadt and Henry' Walzie, The  brewery lias a capacity of 12 barrels p'er  day, which no doubt will be equal to  the town's demand, "The people of  Moyie should make it a point'to patro'-  nize "home industry" as '' uiiich as  possible, so as "to encourage such  worthy'citizens as Messrs. Niederstadt  & Rie'sfcerer; '''���'-        ���    ��� '<��� :  i-Uinera* .Guy aYotr.  The Moyie miners union this week  purceased the lot upon ;yhich the Lakei  Shore'Motel used to" stand from Messrs,"  J. M. Lindsay'of Moyie -and C.JJ Clayton ot 'Nelson.' This is ' the "larges'fc  single lot in town, being 4.Q fee A by  120. The'price paid was $Vob' cash.  It is the intention of the union to  - . erecfc & three   story   building  on   the  "��"a ;: '. ; ?J93,0�� I property in the near future,, one floor  L  'r.T'*T":TT7?��7*::."i?VT.<r- ,_  .     - , ,,,,,. -  to be used as a hall for themsslves and  the remainder to be rented.  To St Eugono hospit'll payment 75 per  ' cent of Pti t McNeil's board bill   To Dr. C. P. Higgins, 75 per cent of bill  attcmiding-Messrs."    Hopfen   aud  Irving ,..   To P. D. Hope, 75 per ccnet of bill for  bandages, etc      3.10  ToB. F. neimiiiger, cash    -10 00  "P.-Mc-Voil, "       30.00  '���' A, ��. Bnrric-., "'    13.10  ?7C50  30.00  Total.  f!93.00  Jt-roj-io Dressmakers Comlnino,  Miss Daisy Armstrong has purchased  the interest of Miss Ingram and has  combined her dressmaking business  with thai of Misls Haggarty. Mies  Armstrong and Miss Haggarty will  havo their dressmaking parlors in tho  Farrell block. They will also carry a  nice lino of millinery goods.  The Kootenay Hotel.  The new jiddjtion of the Kootenay  hotel will soon be ready, to occupy.  When completed this will be one of:  the most comfortable and most substantial hotels in the Kooteriays", and  will rank with the best in either  Nelson or Rossland.  .:/''. KOOTENAY HOTEL BLDG.  A complete lino of of patent medicines  carried in stock.  , ���"������''  .JOSKIIKVSCIIAICII, IM>.'   O.,    I'ropriotor,  .Toylo School I.xn initial ion.  Tho names of those who stood first  and second in their classes for the  month.--of January and February aro  as follows;      .* * ; '  .   ;, itll    CLASS.  1, Elliott Crowe, 2, Fred Pollard,   v  ':  ''"'  .    Vv  3rd class.    . .'".,  1. Lloyd Crowe;-2.- Norbufc Nieder-  stf-dt/' ; - ; v  . ..2nd class/ -.    ;���.    , v  1. J. Golsong, 2. Marjory Pollard. V  ���'.    ,;.-_..:.'..-.���.-1st; CLASS,    ��� ��� . * V-V'' 'A ���  ��� 1,* Ella, Longenback, -2. John Elmer;  V   2nd piUMEi?..'  .  1. A. Caldstoh) 2. Li Niederstadt, ,  1st i?R.r.._Kn;.      ;  1. Bell Whitehc-ad, % Bert Rondoni.  ������'���������'A. W. SUTHERLAND,  V' ���.'������"������:��� -.'     Teaclier.  Don't go to Eiuto.  Tho Butte IM1II and Smeltermeu's  union have issued circulars to organized labor cverywhero warning them  agiunst'goiiig to Butte iu search of  work. It say's there are at least 2,500  idle men in that oly. all of whom are  skilled iu thc work carriocl on (here.  -"liners' Kleolion rostponed.  The miners union election has been  postponed until Tuesday, March 19th;  on account of thsmen at tho St. Eugene being quarantined and not allowed to come down town to vote.  The Greenwood Convention.  . Last Monday J. P. Farrell, N. A?  MacKenzio and ' Lewis Thomson, the  delegates from Moyie to' the Greenwood convention, returned homo.  They ;.verp all highly pleased with  the treatment they received at Greenwood, and thoy think much good will  result Irom the labors of tho conven-  veutiou. The railway question was one  of tho main issues and'was given much  discussion. The delegates voted almost unanimosly in favor of fre-3 trade  in the granting of charters  to outside  railways.  The next convention  will  likely  bq  held in Kaslo,  Pu-uiffntingf East Kootenay Mall,  Joseph Schaich, the druggist, has  now got his place open for business,  and.is carrying onoV'of the best stocjktj-  of drugs in East Kootenay.'   V  sssacsasBsssasMsaasss?'  NOTICE. '.'���    ",,   -'���'';  Xoticeishei-ebygiTen.thatl, Thomas Benton.'  . All mail from Southeast Kootenay  ot ^��*ie> B- C-. intends thirty days after elate to  addressed 16 ^^.���M.JJalMl^^^tSi^!^^^  States mustbefumigaled in order -to *? cue and carry away timber on. tbo following  pass out Of the'district.. .' described  lands  situated in  tho .vicinity of  ���������������.*. Moyio aforesaid; towit:   Tbo northeast comer  post of said lauds ig situated' near the- head  of upper������Moyio* lake facing lake on. westerly  side. Tiienco northivost 40- chains, thence ���  .southwest 2-10 chains, thence southeast 'lOchains"'  thenco northeast 2-10 chains to place, of com--  mcncemei-t contai*n'ug 1,000.acres or thereby..  ������',.'���'   . THOMAS BENT0>i"'  ���,royio,.B. (... "Ui-a-cli, 2-ltli 19:n.-f, n.47. . .  Card of Xhahi-is.  F.   Hemrniuger  Mr. B. F. Hemrniuger wishes to  thank the people of Moyie for .'tlieir  kind .assistance, during his recent*; "misfortune.  "'/  /  tf /C-a��W-iimiiMgrm  "a*6!!?"!"?*?9^^  ao^m*mf**7,^'",ri-Tw-iri_.liLJ_  'Ai  ' jf''.-,  i  '.fc     '  w; *  iji * ���  (U^i  .v-f'  v;  .,,r."M  "VX :*Y  A'i -.1  .. i      i  . i,'i   .  i  '  \ "i-r'i-u."'  I i'"*r'i. '  j     ....-.. j  ft,: (Ji-.r  r   f   , i, I -j- >  !   n' j 5 i  I'-.-J'J-r  .1  11; "i'v  i.t-,*  V!  I w.  ;,s<.  f j'-* ��� '  ��� ��i ���', , /i  f * '���'  '���A  -,   f  I t**.*  I I;'.    -..  .p&.(-  ' i'U-1  u.'iU,  h V|:  i; :' :fc  !' ��� &  i lAAl  A  -I.,  ,"iv  r. I'll'  .  v.  - ti we mm  Pablisr.ed in ,the interest of the people  .        cf Moyie and East Kootenay.  ���r. .1. s-UYTrc & co.  Pa.Wl6liei*i..  jii.Tr-* or FUvzcrtrTioy.  One Ye_-r  .?2.00  SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1001...  The Feenie Free Press, after running  an editorial from tho   Leader   on   the  getting rid of the Chinese in Moyio,:  pertinently remarks:    "Why not  tryt  the same plan iu Fernie?    We havo"  about sixty of these undesirable alines  in Fernie and wouid  it  not.be  good  missionary aet to  bring out  some   of  our Ontario girls who are ruining their  lives in the sweat shops of the  east at  ���f'2 or .f.l a week, to replace these Mongolians now in Fernie.'"' '  iryey   &   McCarter,  l_',Jt-.r ���Si'ji'lJ.ji, i,. i,'  Tr.Kr-r.ey, ai'cCaVtos-'fe Aio-.f.na.-E'..  ; ..   ,   _       brums, B. C.   , -','  arristers <&��� Solicitors.  Get vaccinated.  Tio up your. dog.  An exchange says that corkscrews  have sunk mora people than , cork-  , jackets will 'ever. save.    . ...'"-  There has not-been a Chinaman in  Moyie for two nipnthc, and yet tho  people seem to'worry, along somehow.  Kaslo is making a big 'cfibrfc for a  smelter and refining works. It is to  tbe hoped its work will'not he hi vain.  Moyie 13 uot a raining town nloiie.  Its, business in lumber and ice  ;ftmountQ to many thousand dollars a  /year. '       ��� '  Biiic p.'dvldinr for uie* uso   of   the  '-> ,,    ..     <���"���.'"''.-"    '.' ������     .*  lab',,1 on'all" state printing are pending  '���before  the   legislature   of   Tennessee  and Missouri.  Tlie Vancouver Province cays: f'The-  Methodist church at Fernie, B.   C., of  which Rev. R. F. Stillmai. is  pastor,  ���was the first in this'proyince to  adopt  the modern business method *cf' carry-'  ing a display advertisement iniho'col-  umns'of the local paper, although it-is  expected that the custom  will become.  general ere long, since .church  advertising 'has long  Gi'nce  passed- tho- ox-,  perimenfal stage.    In Ashtabula, Ohw, ���  one   minister  who' has   been   vieing  with the large departmental stores in  the size and "display" 'of his announce-'  meats bears witness'that his   first "advertisement doubled, the  size of  his.  congregation-; his secoud increased the'  average of the Sunday evening at.ep-  dancp from 150 lb 400.',  Hoh.13   twice  been forced to build additiono  to his  church since'then;     *    ���"   ,   ���  LEWIS THOMSON,  Moyie,  Notary Public, -Accountant,, Commission   and  Insurance Agent.  Money xo Loan,  s, o.  F. GTTRB,  EAKIllgrEit, SO-LICiXOB, ETC.  pEANBEOOK,  B. C.  . 0  ���MK--  Prof. Hgtrry Hallam  Tram Nottingliain TJ._iror_ityJCol_e.re 01 Music.  Teacher and Tuner of Piano.  1. - ' '     - ���* ���  Orders left al poet Office Moyio, B. C.  THE  POST OFFICE  hivja & hi A'iiOi.irnr i.-,-**-1..*.-.  if r   A     ' ' .       ���    -  TOILET ARTICLES,  PATENT'MEDXCINES, ,  OFFICE STATIONERY.-  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  1        ' \ ���* 1  t   ,        '2 ' '  P. I).* HOPE,  Ci.oniit.t und -Drtis-ffi'.'.,  MOYIE,  li. C  '^^^��99S3f999999^99999^^eee^BB^e^^��B99^^^^,  .ft  ��  ���fl.  <..  (fr  I��  fl.  dOLLNSTOW BBOS.  y  t  *���  I  i Thi^ Hotel is New and well Furnished. Tin* t  Tables are Supplied with the Best the I  Market affords; The Bar is Filled with I  thejaest,Brands of Liquors and Cigars, -t  -'      AGED'S   FOR:PABS;i"'S   MILWAUKEE BEER.   ' t  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMRRCIAL  AND MINING MEN " ' ":' ���'' * A"*' ���  movie, - -      .- _     ..' /- 1     7��� muxisii coj.y;,MuiA  GO  TO   THE  Fr66 trade in the granting of charters to outside railways carried the day  by long odd3 at the Greenwood convention last w-Qek.  E. Af ELTON.     '  ��� ���  Commission   and" Insurance  '.   Agen t. .,       '  NEW   YORKLIFJ?,,  LONDON ANP LANCASHIRE,  .   PHOENIX OF BROOKLYN",  Insurance Co.'s  Published pictures of Carrie Nation  are calculated to make people, wonder  why'she needed any-hatchet when she  Vent to smash a mlrmv.  A Ttit'U on JiflYprftRiniz.  1?. li). Simpson, 'of the] Cranbrook  Herald, in the last issue pf hio paper  hasi ah excellent article oh tlie 'Value  of advertising and the patronizing of  the homo merciian^ ��� TJie Loader  herewith produces a portion of ifc for  the benefit of its Moj'ie readers;  ' "Some  merchants  iu   the  smaller  towns don't advertise,'   They  say Iphysician and Surgeon  everynody   knows  them  and   knows ���������... - c   .  Fort Steele,  C. R HIGGINS,  oromo  For your oulfit,    Tho largest olocl^in  East Kootenay,  1 ' '     r  ._      BEIDJ&OO.,-'  Ckanbrook, B. C\  Keep Your ��ye^  MOYIE b. o.  , *       ��    ^ ���*.������     i ^ r-  Are Now'Open and Beady For  > , I ' 1 F  Business With a Full Line of  {Staple and Fancy  .You are Inyitcd iq Inspect Block,  _r","iir"*" f^*",,g7arrr>"*>'**w��*TWi"*-'it-rrim  .-��*#*���"  The omall pox Bitriatidn in Mos'ie  has been very" much' exaggerated ou  ihe outside, which naturally hae the  effect of injuring the town.      '   '  King Edward has 'appointed his  Queen "a Lady of tho Garter. Why,  we 'thought- that all ladies-���but there,  never mind.���J3elleville Intelligencer.  The Chinese Weekly Herald, which  has just begun publication in New  York,'is ..aid to be   the   first Chinese I u0 longer constructing and   loggin  whaf they sell, aud that they have   no  money to waste in -telling people ^hat  they already know. ! Oi',! if they advertise at all, it   will   be   in  "a"  careless,  sloppy manner.    They fad to  si'-'e   to  that part* of  their 'business  tlieir'.at,-  tention it deserves.    They will put  in  an ad, and leayo   ifc without, change.  They neglect'to tell the people''wliat  they have, and yet would  condemn   a  clerk if he stood  behind  thc   counter  and waited "for a customer- to  ask for  what .he wanted, and fail to show  new  novelties aud new goods,  "The district of South  East  Kootenay is no longer a back number.   It is  OKFICE-  MOYIE,  -FARRELL BLOCE.  1  British Coiumbia  City   Shaving,  Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  -i  " -  W-SSIEV CLiNB, Vvoy,  Moyie, B. C.  newspaper published   in ' tho   United  States east of the Pacific slope.  The. people of Nelson would rather  that tbe people of South East Kootenay would not come visiting for thc  present at least. We can't expect  the "glad hand" when wo go to Nelson.  For the present it will not be policy  ������to'slap a person larger than yourself  on the shoulder and yell "hello Bill,"  until you are sure ifc isn't a case of  paistaken identity. His vaccine may  be working.  Even if the Ijoers succeeded in  winning their independence Paul  Kruger is nqt likely ip be reinstated  as president. Au eiepticn woulJ have  to be h.eld, and the choice would  probably fall on President Steyn of the  Orange Free State.  ^���_---ji��mo��oa��]c^agBg��� lft:  All the men who volunteered in  the province of Ontario for service in  South Africa are to receive 160 acres  each of the best land at the disposal  of the land department of that province, and in case bf the doath of tho  yoluutecr the land grant is open to  his ne^t of kin.  '��_ ���__!_.���  -"-15  Several mouths have passed since an  appropriation of $1500 was made by  tho government for a courthouse and  jail in Moyie, but as yet littip or nothing has been done in the matter. The  people are getting anxious to know  when this money is to be put lo the  use for which it war. intended.  The issue of coins of the present  pattern will continue until Jiis Majusty  in Council issues a proclamation giving currency to coins of new designs.  The prepration of new designs and  dies is necessarily a work of lime, aud  it is not possible to say when ���.lift- new  coinage will be ready.���London Times.  Nelson Miner; The contention ' of  Mr, J. F. Armstrong, official admins-  Ira tor of East and West Kootenay that  such great area is too much for one  man to cover seems reasonable, and it  is to be hoped that the government  will give favorable consideration to  his suggestions that an administratior  be appointed for each electoral district  in the Koolehays.  camps. It is a district filled with ail  classes cf people���people whQare wideawake and up to' date. t They, have  money and they need goods. Go after  thein. If you have ivhat they want,  toll them so. Keep, everlastingly at u.  Don't put in an ad, and lot ifc 'go * at  that. Aside from keeping your business before the public, you 'do not. get  the benefits you would reap by having  up-to-date advertising. Newspaper  readers read live ads. Live ads set  people lo thinking. That is what you  want.  "The people should ��� patronize the  home merchant, and the home merchant should tell the peoplo what they  have to sell.    It will pay both  sides."  Highest price paid for Raw Furs.  Pack in sacks and send by express to  Jamea Gill, Cranbrook.  Foe Salk.���A six room house and  lot in Lake Shore actition. For particulars apply afc this office,    *-   *  NQTJfCi;.  Notice is hereby given that 1,'D. II. Martin,  miner, intend 00 days after date to apply to the  chief coiuniiissioiier of lauds and iv-orizs for a  special licc-ii'.e under land act to cut and ean-y  away limber on the following described laml-  situated in lhe vicinity of (he upper Movie  lal.e to'vif. So*.*.tbv,eet corner po.st situated  about one half mile northe.".*-*t of Moyio liver  fa! ls j thence noith SO chaiii'<-, thence cast 80  chain", ther.ee south 50 chain**, thence west SO  chains to place of eonmienceme.it.  i). II. MAHTIX.  Movie, B. O. re**. L'3th 1001, 3-iO.  NOTICE.  Notice i* h'-roby gi\en that I, Ben J. Byley,  miner, lutei.rt slxly .lays after date to  appjyintlic chief ooinmis.siu-ier of land and  wurh-for a-peeial liceii.se under land act to  cut mid curry tUMiy timber on tho folloiviiij?  dc-enbed lands .situated in the vicinity of the  upper -iloylo lake toivit: S011U1 east corner  pc-t situated about'-).[ miles north v/ost of tbe  _>royio river falls.; thence west eis-hty chain."*,  thence north 80 chains, thence cast 80 chains,  thence south SO cuuins to the place of com-  meiiceineiH. BEN J, KYLE-.",  Movie, B. C. Feb. 23th 1901. 3-IG.  NOTICE, ,  . '.  . Notice is hereby given tbat I, Malcolm Grant,  of Moyie, B. C. contractor, intend 30 days  after date to apply to thc chief commissioner of  lands and works for a special license under  land acts to cut aud carry away timber on the  following described lands, situato iu the vicinity of Moyie aforesaid, ��� to wit; Thc south east  corner post of said lands is situated about throe  miles west of tbo lower end of upper Moyie  lake'and south of Lamb creel.,* tbcuco 'ISO Chain  west, thence 20 chains north, thence "180 chain")  i.-flst, thence 20 chains south to point of com-  meuceiherit; containing 1,000 acres or thcrc.ly.  .     -".tALCM-M.'"���riANT,  UfflON" BARBER SHOP  AND BATH .ROOMS.  ���o        ' *G>  T.E, COLLINS, rropr.  .Victoria Street,    ���'   * MOYIE, B. C.  Send Your Work  i      '     %  To tke���-**^  ' C!TY'' UUNDRL  Where it will be Done   Satisfactory.  P. LUTNER, Peop.  GOOD WOKK.  PRICES  REASONABLE  THE  LAKE   SH0KE  c  Barber Shop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths,  Opposite  Cosmopolitan    Hotel  *iV. X.. .FOISY Prop.  EAS? KOOTENAY .BOTTLING CO:  CRANBROOK, B   C.'  Areated Waters of all  ���'   Kinds..  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water ��� and Syphens.  A8HAYIE��Sc  ~*-tf���  NELSON,  B..C  E9GCM9MC' :'l .��JK%rr-M  I,  Moyie, 21 th November, 1000.  .a. 32  BOOTS    AID - BHOES  , ' ��� ' ��� ��� ���       *  Kcpaired and Made to Order.  '���' '.'   ''     . '���    '���  .'���('      ' '   :.'V-  K.A.SMITH,      Moyie.  NEAR MACEacIJREN ct MAonONALDS,      J  BUJOHEB SHQ.F.  " i  QUEEN'S AVENUE.  PISH, FLEBH !'  AND    FOWL  OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LIVING PHICES.  %      THE, PROSPECTOES'   BXOHAMTQ-E.     *  ���� SO. 1 K.iAV.-G.   JJT.OCK, XKIiSO)., ��. CA        . j:  eS   IXi   Gold, Silver lead and Copper mines wanted at thoEXCTTANYJE  u '  J  ,    ' F.REE MILLING^GOLD xiroporties wanted at once for ICiisti-ri.  \   -  %   investors.     , V .     ���'��� ,  ,      .  ��$ Taities having mining property for sale are requeeted^ to aood  q   samples of their^oroJ.o the EXCHANGE for exhibition.  J      -   We desire to ,henr from prospectors who have "promising min-  *j   oral claims in British Columbia. ~ ���  ' ' "  y   r'     Prospectors and mining nie'n are "requested to make the  EXCHANGE Iheirdieadquarters when in Nelson.    "*"*"^    *  All samples should be went, by express, PxtEPAID.  Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to    '  ,  :,   . AKD BE W F. 11OSEXBER GEIt,  Telephone No. lO-L P. 6. Box 700. NELSON, B. C.  jJ   l    * ' ��� ���   ' ' il   ���   - i.  it.  i  Bread delivered.  to any part pf the city.  Clothing,   Gents'    Furr?ishing:s,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.,  COME AND SEE;US.  VrcTonrA Ave,,-Moyie, B. 0  PIES, CAKES AND E  'I  ��� Always on Hand.  *     V-  A. SLINK"., Prop,  TC.  MOVIE DAIRY.  Fresh new milk delivered to all  parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guaranteed;  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  IF YOU (ARE A  OI' DOMESTIC AND  IMPOl-TED  PIPES AND TOBACCOS,  Call and examine my" new  stock and you will be convinced that I have thc best  brands there is in tho mar-  kefc.  D. J. ELMER'S   Cigar   Store.  Next door to Kootcnay Hotel. Victoria street, :Wojlc. 13. C.  5  T; V. LOWNEY, Proprietor.  Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations  for * travelers,    '^Boafc   wines  lliquors flnd cigars kept in stock.^Jj  Lake Shore Addition MOYIE, B. C.  The  only hou&'o   in   East  THE  COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL  ���a  Kootuay  heatedlhroughoufcwithhotair.  First class in every respect. Special  rates to boardort.. Good sample, room  for commercial men.  1  i  European plan.   Open dayand night   x>  t  B. II, SHALI. Prop,  CRANBROOK , ,.; Bra.  $  ft^Z ifejrft_S��Zjrfi  t^Z_3r^-sAZL_sA?, ^ ^rizjAz ���& ^z^t-X^tA^ &*$*$ -rf/jrf?"-s^sfe J^.t'*v  HAWKE & BRENTON  ���FOE--  HEAVY TEAMING  FOR FINE  i  ADDRESS  NELSON,  1 ^^^z^^^^^^^^^l^i^^^'^'-^-^i^^'^^^^^^'^^^^'^^'^'-j^' jr.sr-^'k  ��'^^*"V��.*"^��^*>^*>!^'>!^*-^^>>^*-V_.'-lIk.-^!^.-^^*-"S_.*-����^."^-^*>^*>_^.-^-��..^_^ ��-.-*..**l_.F  *e^ "*����' "'^S.' "V^* "^(k* >3k* >!����,��� >i^,* >*.< >��f ���>��.��� -^t^* -^k- -^a,* -"!?!��,��� "^k' -^_.' >&.* >s^. >sJk*-M��w***%i*  BAaGAGB,  ���also-  Express    AND  Delivery.  General  MOYIE.  SUBSCRIBE FOR   THE LEADER.  yiv  r>___ VTTL N't'-Il  '���'I- >.�����  Large   sample   rooni   iu   connection  with house for cohihierciai mon.   Beefc  , of accolhhlodations.       :  Headquarters for Oommejiciaj and Mining Men.  w  QUEEN  AVJ5NITM,  JfOYIE,  B. C.  m  jK yrf'. >*". jf. >**". ^'. .**�����. J0'. >**. >*>. jet?. JHf. j*?. jiS?, jf. ^f. ,^. ji*. j��P. 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Plain   T1ioci:«n    WTiltc-   Felt   H*
Couldn't Afford 11.
* *' ''^*^|il-''Mel'h<? you'd'be willin to do nie a
f',;V^^flrvorV" said tbe old chap with a car-
%^411-fpethas; to a policeman who found him
'   *_     .-U'J-jJ'.j JIAib- 0**1-. . ■ *■_.._.._.__.-       (_..___.. .1     .J..
?*Lpfi^sa5intei'ing about a Boston railroad de-
<■ vmWiROt the other afternoon.
-i, 4^W#!'Weil, what is It?" was asked.
A>^m^^$MTm waltiu around fur my train to
fV^Mffstiirt and meetin with nlot of adven-
ss^ari,*.   - Vvistly, a feller comes up mid
hands with  Die and  calls  ine
_ ^  . . . . to
,-,(™™g|itdl hhu so and bought him a drink
Ai{^W^mj^^ treated liim' white. Nextly a fel-
- SiAW^lU' conies up and calls nie Cicero and
il«sffiSv*£.€_...   .„   ,.    !.-   „ii   »i...   r^n-u    ..„■<_
v ^Mi^MxyantH to know if all tlio folks was
^jtiffl&mll. '■'« not Cicero, of course, but lie
V -Ubf^wvas so sure of it 1 bought him a drink
$*% wMwMv h,L Ijhn ,a,k on- TliLi next ri,,Ier
I y^^W^^^3 11W Columbus and pats nie on.the
AfMfSip'fck fur diskuverln America.. He was
.^wl^cM^ay off. of course, but 1 bought hhn a
^tlrlrik and let him down easy."
'^t'And the fourth man?" asked the officer. -,
S|;;He  called   me  gov'nor  and' got a
^TiInk.    The fifth one took  mi>  fur a
jjfudge and the sixth one fur a congrcss-
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^■'■Well. what ran I do for you?"
'Jps kinder hung around fur awhile
Kfss&'F'jaiKl  explain  ma tiers.     \\Micn  the s<>v-
^Ww^.:enth   chap   coines   up   and   calls   me
^^afWi'Gebrgo Washington and wants to know
*^$jkj$?%}( the old woman has'got over her riieii-
J^^^^matiy- :llul  tlui L'al,y  llus CUt  its  hack
l^m^^m^lct'lb. I'tl like yoii Jo take him to, oue
'"' J   '' 'Iqside'and   tell''liim   I'm   only   Thomas
I^Tiite and the biggest thing I ever did
;_._! all my life was to shoulder,a barrel
|>f Hour on ii bet of .10 cents.    Oiini this
3jro.itupas!     In the  fust'place,  I, don't
""rant it. aud in the next I'll only liave
houi  a dollar left  when  I  git  home,,
d tho old ,.voi:i:.n  will either gobble
to that or rni.-*-- a f:nn'ly;row to give
pSe cold feet all lhe rest of the winter."
ISI^VS.?', ",        ' M. Quad.
• ids
■y. -lift  I'hiihI '.'i-reat.
^TTot'ty — I think Toin'lovos mo wilh ali
bjs heart, Why. he actually throatoned
""""shoot liiiiisolf if 1 did not look upon
n witli favor. ' <
Bortlm-riow'liko Tom!  That's'what
nl ways says.   Funny,, isn't It?—P.os-
. .Wilhelmina (of;Holland   is* now   thc
tjnly ruling queen.     Ol  the' 7<L, in'ers
^earth,  ii2 aro presicli.r_t.s_   10 ' are
'*i'M^&03sSritS3 and G are emperors.
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sSlie "Was Lett .Weak and -Run Down, nud
Uiinblo to 3-leifi.iu Her'Sti eiijjth Until
She Used'Dr. Wllllauia' Pink Pills.
la the village of Campden, Ont.,
iJfS'kad throughout thc surrounding
p|]pcountry, there are fevr people better
' ■Wi!M*inov'n ov more highly esteemed than,
^^pffiMr and Mrs. Daniel' Albright, llr.
\ lfn^tM Albright bos for many years filled tho
4^'?^^P^ position of village postmaster, in ad-
^f^^^ dition to conducting a boot and shoe
| .-.Jsflltl^ business. But it is with the post-
f»°*WI^-f masler's estimable wife that this ar-
p" ^^iS'' **c^° ^ltls chiefly to do, as it gives,
^|l|l|j|' practically in her own *\vords, the
V,®J|§<' particulars of her recovery from a,
I yi^^k>* severe illness through the use of Dr.
f's^^P'^ Wllliaras' Pink Pills. To a reporter
.^w&****v. -who asked Mrs. Albright if sho would
consent .to give the particulars' of her
illness and cure f-.r publication, she
said : ,"If you think my experience
-will help some other sufferer I am'
quite willing to give it, for 1 may
tell you that 1 am a very enthusiastic admirer of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. For some years prior lo the
■winter of 1S9S 1 suffered with il lame
i^w&m? ^aclc-  "which frequently prevented ine
"■^w|JfTj|i" from    doing    my   household    work.
'^'^Jiff- I-10-161"     exposure ' to  cold    developed
^M^li sc'atica,  and every movement of the
. *$$t$jji^ body  caused   intense   pain.   In     this
A^r^l^S way passed gloomy days and restless
,  ^^^ nights,    until .  the    winter   of   1898,
M$$&*!!i' when my trouble was aggravated by
\^&rWi£ an attack of la grippe. The first and
"vi^^^a;'" most severe symptoms of this Iroublo
V'^^M^ passed     away,   but  it  left me  in    a
^^||t|«|* weak and depressed condition.     1 did
'AA^wS- not H-PI'i-ar to be able to recover my
'o-ii^^i strength; my appetite was very fickle;
x"*^||^| 1 was extremely    nervous,    and     my
y^y^jj heart   would   palpitate   painfully     al
*lAiMmMl *'10  least exertion.   I had been under
V^>^^^ a doctor's  care,  but did   not recover
^_iiki.i_limy strength,  and'as a consequence T
T«j7'ror,,E was  much  depressed  in  spirits.      At
*';."',ithis juncture a friend who called ui>-
"^-VrT-on mc advised  me    to   try Dr.    Williams'   Pink  Pills,   and  I  decided    to
follow  the advice,    and     procured    a
supply.    To my gratification 1 felt an
improvement  in my condition almost,
* % "
i    r, XI
„,^>H- licalth,
pills for a little over a month T was
once   more    enjoying     the     best     of
ever j'   trace     of  thc    trouble
[i^l|jV>that had adliclcd inc.     having disap-
V^Vi'Vpeared.    ft, i.s nearly three years since
?'VV I used the pills and I  have been well
" V^V and strong ever since, mid I have the
■'•* Vi '"_ best of reasons for ascribing my pres-
^A"A cn^ good health to the use of Dr.Wil-
^As'   ' hams'  rink Pills.
. V"j" ' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a tonic
vAA^ ' ancl not a purgative medicine. Thoy
>V V* enrich the blood from tho first dose
to the last and thus bring health nnd
strength to every organ oT Iho body.
The genuine pills nre sold only in
boxes with thc full name, 'Dr. V.'.l-
liams' Pink Pills for Pale .P.i.iplo,"
printed on the wrapper. If your denier cannot supply.-you send direct to
tho Dr.Williams' Medicine Co., Brocii-
ville, Ont., and the pills will t-e-mailed post paid at 50 cents a box, or
six boxes for §2.50.
A LllU   i Wh
S ' i \ •■ ■ i >
Tlit* Intention In to Kooiii Cjjs.'hc*.:;
For Ilotli .tioTul.ers «f (lie Aj;rc."
ment. liut In U:n:s' Ciihe. at Any
Hate,  UnHineHt.  Fuili.  to  Hooni.
[Cop)Ti_;ht, 1500, ty C. B. Lo%ris.l
"One day vhen I don't haf somct'infss
to do a man ocmes in my place und
''- 'Look here, cobbler, we shall go into
eorae combinations. You help hie, und
7 help you. I vhas dot undertaker who
starts In peesnoss on der next block,
und I can send you 20 customers a
week. Vhen peoples cum to my place.
Isaystodem: ■    •
" \"Du j'ou know dot German cobbler?
Vhell, he vhas a rusher, und he' vhas
sheap prices. I'ou go to hiiii, und ho
vhas all riglit?"
"'Und -vhen some peoples cum to
your shop you should say:
"' "Do j'ou know dot undertaker
down der street? Vhell', he vhas boss.
und If j'ou patronize him once you vhill
be sure tb come again." '
- "After ,dot( undertaker, goes avhay I
talk mit iny wife, und she says maype-
it vhasaJl riglit. I like it better if it
vhas some tailor or butcher, but pooty
soon vhen an old man mit a lame back
comes In to get a cement patch on his
shoe I says:    ,
"■Vhell, maype you vhas going to die
dig 'winter, und It vhas good for j-ou io
git der lowest price und dor best treat-
ment. I like to recommend my fr'ondt
Jones to j-ou.* ^
"Vhell, I neffer saw, a man so mad.
He calls nie names und wants to hit
me mit his caue, und he saj*s he shall
■s*nr»-.i*w j—*v*» ■——• lrVr* tfrttvCKa-a
A Very Sick  Man   Made Very
Well in a Very Short Time
Tlie Caso of 1>. JTaigtit is an Xnl<*rfstin|j
Story of IJfnw a De.*pmring- Invalid
-Filially Onliiod H<_uiil. iuul Istreng*tU
'I'liroujjli thu UhO ot" Doiia'- ICIduoy
id i.*
drive all my customers avhay und senci !
me pj* der poorhouso. He makes sooctk
a big row dot feofty * jieoples come-
around und belief somopody vhas killed,
by der street cars. "Poau't see why he-
gets his back oop, but vhen he goes
avhay anodder man comes in und cries
oudt: " ' '     -     -
" 'Hollo, cobbler, but dot combination
vhasi all K. O.' I vhas ..down to setV
Jones und look oafor some bargains,
und he recommended nie to you. He-
says your work vhas good und your
prices sheap. > ITo\y mooch to put some
soles on my shoes?'
" 'JFeefty,cents,' 1 says.
" 'Nonsense! Dot -vhas dor old figure
before dor combination. If 1 can buy
a $40 collin for S'JS. do you belief I
shall pay you , feofty cents fur new
soles? I'ou make der price 2."> cents
und go to work.'
"I couldn't do dot, und do you belie.:
dot man shouts und yells und kicks
around und says he can lick hie in one
minute by two clocks? " He calls me*
robber, t'icf und liar, und some more
peoples come running und ask where
der tire vhas. I like to give oop dot
combination right avhay. but I don't
haf time to see dor undertaker before a
fat woman comes in mit an old pair of
shoos to be fixed. Dot woinaus vhas so
big und fat dot she can hardly come in
der door, und she haf some asthma der
worst kind.
" 'Vhas you in some combination mit
au undertaker?' she asks as she sits
. " 'I vhas. If you like to buy a coffin
und haf a pair of shoos fixed at der
name time, 1 can do bully by you.'
" 'Dot vhas peesness. Cobbler, I vhas
expecting to die oaf cry day, nnd of
course I like to bo buried ash shoaply
ash possible. While I lif 1 must wear
shoos, und so you can gif mo figures ou
shoos und burial. Don't try to swindle
nie because I vhas fat.'
'"Of course not. It vhas ail der
same. loan or fat. Our goods vhas dor
best und our prices dor lowest I vhill
say seexty dollars for all. If you die in
dor night, it '.'has no dooforonco.'
" 'Seexty dollar!' she «*ays. 'Why. dot
vhas robbery! If somebody don't bury
me for forty dollar, den 1 lay on top dor
ground! Cobbler, I vhas a fat wonians
und a dying woinnns. but you can't
swindle inc. Make dot price forty dollar, und we shall talk. It vims forty
dollar, und I shall haf soextoon hacks
at der funeral.'
" 'Seexty dollar vhas dor lowest figure,' I'said. 'Dot vhas nn awful discount, but wo like to do poos-ness und
satisfy dor"poojilos. Wo vhas here to
stay. If you come once, you vhill come-
"Dot woiiifins vims some deceiver
Sho looks like a leotlo lamb, lint vhen I
don't make clot combination for forty
dollar she begins lo shout und swear
und scream und kick, und pooty soon
sho faints nvhriy nnd falls down. .More
ash one hoonorod peoples conies crowd
ing around, und dot cross eyes police-
mans sliuinp.--* in der door und pulls mo
oudt on der sidewalk und slams nie
around und yells: "''-.-"'
" 'Here vhas dor villain! ITe shall go
by state's prison for'life for killing
some fat M'oinans!'
"It vhas an awful time. We don't
get dot fat woman oudt for an hour,"    f
M. Qiiap.
Little JRapids, Algoina, Ont., Feb.
31.—(Special)—Most of the inhabitants of this district are constantly
exposed to inclement weather and extremes of heat and cold, With a result that very many had cases, of
chronic kidney disease, lame back
and rheumatism are to be. found
among our people. Mr. D. Daight is
one of our most respected residents
who has been a terrible martyr to
the dread torture of chronii kidney
For four years he has suffered. Ho
has tried every prescription, patent
medicine and home remedy that has
been suggested to him or advertised,
hut all to no purpose. Mr. Iiaight
enumerates at least, a dozen disa'grec-
'able doses which ho has forced (inwii
Jiis throat in the hope of securing
■some relief,' but all in vain. Some
of these would help him for a time,
ijut very soon the pain would return
with renewed vigor to torture him.
At last some one suggested -that
king of kidney remedies, Dodd's Kid-
•ney Pills. lie had tried'so0 many
medicines that h*. had very little
faith, but-at the suggestion of his
friends he .bought' and .used a box.
Tie commenced to improve' from the
first dose, and gained, steadily as the'
treatment continued, till finally every vestige and symptom of his,'old
enemy had disappeared, and ho was
a well man. This is over a year ago
and Mr. JIaight has had no return or
sign of the old trouble.
ITis has been regarded by' the people here as one' of the most' remarkable cures that has ever been effected
in Algoma. Mr. Iiaight says: '"'Four
years ago my kidneys were in a bad
state; i tried old medffines and new
medicines of all kinds, doctors'- prescriptions and , home-made * cures.
Some of thorn relieved mo for a little
while, but I was soon as bad as
ever again and'a secondc trial of th'e
same thing proved its worthlessness.
At last I was recommended to get
Dodd's1'Kidney Pills and they cured
me and I have stayed 'cured."
How's This?
"5Ve filer On Hund ed DolUrs Rpivnrd for
any eo,<e ol C.it-"'rrh that cannot he cared by
Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. .i.CHBN'KV & CO.,Prop3 , Toledo, O.
We, the un-ler-ignetl, have known P. J.
Cheney for the last lo yenr-i. and believe hlin
trfectlvlionoral.le in all business tran.iuctions.
and lin nc-ially able o carry out any obligation
made by their Arm.
West&Tjiuax.U holes-Uc Dr-igg.sts.Toledo.O.
SValdixg.    K.a-nan   &   ilAiivi.v,   Wiiolespla
Druggists, Volo-lo, O.
Hall's Cfitnrr.) Cure is ta&cn internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surface* of the;pys'ern. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold
by all drugg'Vts.   Testimonials frco.'-
HiiU'fl -.'arniiy Pills nie the best.
Tr-cl-" Xlrli.rfxsionr. ol Uie "World. Men
nm<l >yinll^!ii.
JIu.v do*-H it f"<-) lo he in nb^olui.
bl.-H'kiM'SH a lifetime?
Winn aio thi; blind man's impression'*
of tiie Kppearai-ee ..f tin; world, men ami
things lie has never aeenV i
What aie his* thought's us he grope.*,
around in 'ulacnuc.-*.'/  ,,
Jfihn UayiJcH. an intelligent., lifolou;-
blind num. ain-v.-cri"] th.»-.e questions ami
told simiiKO. -.nreresting facts about the
lives of the hliiMl.
"To ho ahviiys 'n darkness." said Uay-
den, "is, of com so, toriilile, hut with
ti.'ie wo s,ret iimmI to it. ami that makes,
our live:*, niiicli easier.
-•Tliere is a. he-ivy lilnck niisst before us.
Our'minds are m.i;-a uf tho time dead be-
cuiKe we e.'iniKit M'O things, and mir
mind:, have very'little lo work upon.
Then ibis il.iil._H-.ss makes us fear the
\v 1,1-kl. We a I way* imagi'.e that all kinds
of danger K ahead "f uV Wci.bliud pt-o-
ple know that tin*. fo..r is groundless, but
donpito that we c.-nmi.t get rid of it.
'"ISlim! pemile's thoughts ;ire almost
alike. \^'e are Konit-riuies meliiiji'-holie,
hut most of the iii;:/ v.-c think of rHigioiis
mtutt'i's and i^'*t inn* li euiiifort from thur.
'J'iieie'ni'e vi:y i'i".*.  1 liml free!hinl.i'rs.   -
"Our iiii|)i'0*s-iwii.*i of ll".e tuip'-araiiec of
the \-,n!d aie noaily the sni-ie. I have
talked with a irieat ninny Idind people
al.uiil that ami fouii!. that our impi-OH-
-ii.r.i- wore ■.ionily ali!•:<■. These imiii-ei.-
sions, (Lough, arc lalhei* vague.
"We mea'ally -limue Xosv Vork as a
..<p:aie ma-p of't'iiilli with cuts betwot-n
,for the -1 roots. O.u- fellow man—well,
we ^-t-t \,.; fooliij/r t-niiie idea of liis -hapc,
bin the blind eye has no conception i.f
si^e or i'>ii[ieiiiiiiiei». A'l men look nl.k,'
to the .blind. • \"nh,o>-- differ; the nto|/ tiif-
fe;>. -We [liclin.- the --tin as uu iniineii.se
irlobo of lire witli led rays shooting <'"t
all around it. liny light mipoars to us as
millions of white i-h.-iftn tioating high
above Iho oanli.
"The way wc blind folks dream will no
doubt surmise on] i nary people. Our
dreariin cm^isi only of tlie things we
Lave heard. ' Wc eaiiunl dream of scenes
and places hecjn-o wc have, pi eouisi*,
'never seen,tli( in, When we. for instance,
dieam of 1>ur fiiend''. or aefiiiaiiilaneo*.
wo di/'ain of lioaii.nr iheir .voices. We
cannot sec then, but ^•ec-i!g:;i-'.e Ihcm by
the sound and mialily of their words.
"Many pcejile when ihey see n blind
man walking alone on the stioet wonder
how he in an i* ires to find hi.s way without
aid. That, N easy to iindei-slaud. When
going around, we are guii/Vl by fcound
and 'what we cull hind marks. -Nearly
every street'has to us-its own peculiar
DoLse., We can toll almost every street
we have previously passed along by its
own noise. ' iJandinarks are (lie"c?acks
and breaks in tho sidewalk along our
way.        '
"We become very well acquainted wilh
almost eveiy little iriogularity in tho sidewalks along om way,- and by that and
the different noises in the »ti"*"'» —- i«">
ahynys Gad our way."   ' ■
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TJ:e   <Jrn«*e"Jinm»H. ,
When Coincii.-i ex,-1.timed:
"Thesi- aie my jewels!"1 ..
Tin- father of tin- fjiacrhi groaned In
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is .iil'ienimie*..   linked   v. i:ti   an   luidercur
:ci:t  of sl.'in  le.-ihly  thai   is as  touching
as it is eloquent.
Diiviim ih rough Kaekvillo street. Dublin, one day ou au oni-uio car. the wretch
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U T -L-IVfI UUb I   wm i>uy geeds. why not
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*I'at.   you   ought
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"if I .hdii'i dliiivc ihr.i. I'd be taken up
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G-enerul utility.   Best for all kinds of work.
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Represent.a ?*Je%' sj'stem of treatment
-for the wsak and "for those suffering
-from Consiimpticn, wasting diseases
or Inflammatory conditions of r.cs@;
throat and i«mos='
The treatment is f3»OQ» 'You havo
only to write to obtain it.    , '
Its efficacy is explained as simply as
possible below.
By the new system devised by DE.
T. A.. SLOOUItl, tho great specialist in
..pulmonary aud kindred diseases, all the
requirements cf the sick body are
supplied by the Polls* remedies constituting his Special Treatment known as
Tho'SSocwifs Sysfcefai. ,
_"Wliatever your disease ono or more
o"f these four preparations will be of
benefit to you.
According to tho needs of yoitr caso,
fully explained in the^ Treatise given
free witn the free medicine, you may
take one, or any two? 01* three, or
"all fov,g>f in combination.
A cure is oSPtasn if the simplo
directions are followed.
The Remedies are especially adapted
for those who suffer from weak lungs,
coughs, sore throat, bronchitis,catarrh,
CONSUMPTION, and other pulmonary troubles.
But they are also of wonderful
efficacy in" tho upbuilding of v/Gak
systems, in purifying the blood,
mak-tig   f3esr.?   and   restoring  -to
weak,   sallow, people,   vigorous   and
healthy constitutions.
' Tlie basis of the entire System is a
flesh-building, nerve and tissue-renewing food.       V i, |    '   '
1 Every invalid and sick person needs
strength.   This food gives it.
Many people get the complete system
for the sake" of tho Esmsissoto of Cod
Liver Oilj v,*hich they themselves need,
and give away the other three preparations to their friends., „
The second article is a TonBC«   It is
good for weak, thin, dyspeptic, nervous '
people, for those -who have no appetite,
who nesd bracing up.
Thousands take only tho Emulsion
and the Tonic.
The third preparation is an antiseptic
Balm or Jelly. <■ Bt cmpcs cetar-fh-
It helps all irritation of tho nose,
throat and mucous membranes. It
gives Ermnjec-Iats reHef-
Thousands of our readers need the
OxoJeiF. Cure for Catarrh without any
of the other articles.
The fourth article is an Expector-
as_tj Cough and Cold' Curo. Can
positively be relied upon. Is absolutely
safe for children, goes to tlie very root
of the trouble, and not merely alleviates, but e-iires*-
Tlie four preparations form a panoply
,o£ strength against disease*in whatever shape it may attack you.
cures couehs and cokis at
once. WV. don't mean that it
relieves you for a little Tvhi!o
—-it cures. It has been cloino
this for half a century. It ha-
saved hundreds of thousands
of lives. It will save yours if
you g-ive it a chance.
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not-il-rn-l to busii.i:*-s One lifiile A. hh-'f-'i
stopped the coutflJ and restored mii :u ikiI-.c!
he litli:
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<li-iitr^"if,l» in C:mii-*:\ ami U'lH-i'fl *-1 i*. * * 4* :n
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rooms and large cellar, plastered inside aud
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One Jarpo livery and feed stable, 50.\*2G,
titled for 17 teams of horses, hay loft for 10
tons of hay.   Gocd water in stable.
One six-room dwelling, plastered inside
,tnd out, good cellar.
The above are now rent cd for $18 per month.
Property is on South ltnihv.iy street, about
100 yards southwest of yrist mill.
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children who wore'polled at a recent
fat stock show in that city, eight
Jirid seen a cow before, six had seen
a sheep, and Only four a hog-. ■•
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St., Winnipeg.' Stioisioi's tn' Ilys-
r-? J3rothers. '
*^1-^3^^_SI_^?JSS!_. �����<*���< r Tot, J-xpenM-vo.  A school teacher in {.IiieiTield. Ens  received  tlie   folio..-inn irom  VVXBUilt\'3   LUCK I ba^lTout^t  "*��aa��-*|  This is what he  1,,-ouglit  hom��   .nTr" I �����ite  ^  *"'   even'  eome he had J?*���' *nd J had *> �� W> legacy and  bore wil  ii,, thirly. to pinf bQtt]               , ���       ^  ]itfIe e.^d^^^ g�� ^^���  ^  ^  many pint and half  bottles   ���.���   ninp ? ^ ��" at length Charley WiW.S *��<*���  CharI<* ����2?2 fe^ti  we tried, and could1                      ��� *    teenmLl    "^ * ' "* thiaw"-"'                            ttC  gal'.ms fin?'    *,vei]  m^��^��nh0f,-tatall;and my bov  o��ed and s.-.id he l.icln'i dire go'back  m Mie moniiri' wiiliout doin' it.'   S-j I  had to go an' buy a   nine  cillin   ci^L- I ter wTi,vt,    ,  ������-w8eu iev-  '��. 'vliiol. I couM ,��� i   ,. ��1 ^^Tr^^-l"^?!  *u this way?r  I do��t know, sir," I a^wered, dole-  h.^    .,       8'oes sbout ^ore and makes  himself more liked, j u^ w��jJ���  1 ;,*ft'!  -J 'ftf :  !*/'|   f  hSi ^ ^a 6*����Py*B ^r all that was  ���lucky and fortunate. '  '  2��f corning at'breakfastH-wo were  Btudio-he received a black-edS SS  Pad tlie��� w, went and borrowed a Jo .J^K*^ to^*^  Pf wine nnd brandy bottles, besides , SS. *? *T " ^I*��tu����S3��.  few we had by us     wPII   ��* K,Md nestw^^��ding-inda^'  ii,.,,    ,  . e  ' ,ve   emptied        'Who is it now?" la* j. a,.     ��...     *?  JLec^kmto   the   bottle*,   and   then Nw* I^PPO^?" ^^  ^P*'a--Ple,se iei then^t some   be I "Z������^"1^ *~* *| &V W^^^S^p���t I-  i�� ."-tor, as I am no( al>], {() f�����   exPL^e��^^-f^." Charley    ������ .'^ly toIdU; eSfl Z?m^  .orebereV-E., ^    b|   ^ & ��**��smce ^ ^3^^^^^^'  fully,  him��  I heaitated  a^SS-^Sg,-* fc-.-P-w-.___  _X�� d,?f* *" r��" *�����"<���� tog.  The effect on   the  ��-t  ""��� - I JSSvx -v* jsrs��� dS rd ��������sr*tadSSK27^  P��bh.��Uool.   a,   ,���-   IiWe   ��m^h^^t_S,ll^^^^r^  A complete line  of Hockey   and  Club skates. Al  so Hockey sticks  now in stock.  smithing and   plumbing' in   connection.  SrOYIB's  LEADING  H0TJ3L.  otel  Cumberland 2STew  enay  The best of _ accoraiiiodntfon  for th'e traveling public*  ,.1+-'!  (���'  ..B  'ti.C*^  ;*.,iiorcu.v0ry80UD_ KM ,Hlle7 v ^^/^g?a^s^^^ iSTO  Buioko, oegan(to ,ob.    School was diJ *-/- *���k ** lawyar-5 tetter, U a sort X We ������nltedM^tc^Sn^f  ^edH^nll   fi...  -olJfc   in   silence.   ��^S^^^^  ?^ deal ��t what I conaldered Charley'g ?wleyfl nam6 ^ aot 6xorJ*b*V?J?  J iad fcizshed up"my work b-a/ore he ff��uWe *�� ������ down Wm��M ��S "J6  .  Geneva, Marol,. 7._Dr.   Chatdtai'n'    ��f -napteg- the-'adTO-ttepe  .? ...Hilary _o6lor n, li,c service of   ll,e!  Now passing into our stock a, new ��� ��� , $  desirable stock of House FurnishTnl 3  such as carpets,,squares, ruS E 3  poies,  etc.   All  these  thine-s a-o A ��  make a house look   home like   A^ H  comfortable. In carpets we canpleasf I  you; pnees from 50 cents to^slS ^  yard. Lace curtains up to $6 501 S�� 3  pair. Window shades, different color, I  60 cents to $1.25 each.  CurtainS * B  oak or mahogany, 50 cents cSietf' I  Eugs and squares, prices accoS? I  size and quality. wording- to ^  - , f^  - iouiis foe Value, ^|  FHOU!. AT CH-JIBBOOi ASD >ioviB.  i..-eil mid ail   Hied  ���bbildre,,   ia.a   nji:3"iQg  camp  ^..^  tbe horrors of an explosion."     ���  at it more constantly, and now, ^^   ��S ^ ��<> ^dl/^W to S    ^  rS��5 ^^^^ ���� the sh^f   *?mjr 1^yoxf ireUeio^ht>'ha^0n I  a /ew days' rest, he made ftanij   J��u and ai��> wiU be ju^ T U" '  GOOD LiaiTOKS  LORI) LAfcE CIGARS  itlLDEY L0DG.E NO. 44.  Mee'ts every Mo..dny evening Jn   their  hall  on   Victoria atreet. ��Sojourning  Odd FelJoTV.. cordially inviTcd.  V. L. ^EIO, K. G.  M. I.. MOLESTER, THE^3:  rii.-^Nitrnx.viiY, B. g;  J. JT. II1NDSA.Y, F, s.  WhoieJale   and  Retail Butchers.  -���r or less  f     !���  degrc  .; -j Oom- 'r��� Live A C6��*"tHr.f,-  ���;",'     Don',.godown'8tfliroin   the dark to  ,\ | liunt burglars.   , ��� ~  ',*,;,   Don't stayr to find  out   whether the  "pother fool'o gu��� rs 1kii)ti loaded br not  ;i'|     Don't try ,��� see how  neaf you'  can  - J skate to theod  .So I had to,goV.,rIth no Ie   *       ��� I ^^UTdrib^hi^';^  Vy at all, smrdl or large?       ^ *"   ��P h^^eep^S"       ^^*��^* | fe^  oue Co,r8e I aiT}7ed at toZmS^   ^rUness ����%$$ $**+..<*.   the  S. J. WHITGOMH  e   Miners'  tfnidfa  -McGi-egor ball every Tuesday  , Sojournirig    nieflibertj fare  ,invited to attend.!  H. H, Dimock,  SHOPS   AT  President.  P. V. SArVni,  f>y.A. '...,'   FortSte^  ���rook Fernie Wardner  die 1/i  nc�� away.  only a short  ��� ._,,      , . ]��oof the ice be/ore it will I    -The. D���x* day, thei-efom  '���*' ^reilk'- ' I ai?onff ��w assembled guesS  ^vhen he  ..' ���'��� i' '4-  bodc  shem-ed   lx fr^iat matie^1 air*;' ifj_oe ���*���-.' +V, ,     ^  -i' "r'!'.|'.  1 ii'.1;^*!'  1    i-i '  TO TiUS UEA.V.  ^ A rich lady cured of her Deafness  .i-lj'nnd noises, in the head bv De. \Tichol-  'iVSOn's Af.i/icia! Ear Drums, gave  $10,-  ���'.frj-'OO,  to   his   Institute,   i-o    that, deaf  ,:l people unable to procure the Ear  "/Drums may have them free. Address  A -So, 1-1522  The   Nicholson  ;, y,80,   Eighth    Avenue,  'fV TJ. S. A.  1 fimi.hii own letter.   ���-AU ���' ,  b.���,* *����%&^^m-    i5ffi��*-y*ii th��r i^  ��� ��� 1  l.        , .  j   "*"��   aiaenTj  Highest pricojvud _ for   llaw   Ears.    'W ^e��S ^^   "^."'-���W    he, I ��enough Pi M^-^4d-  . I'-lJ^Jaines-GrillpCranbrook. uli..'...   .^7^%     I d.d not r��niv ^ I You mich^.T,^.+v��..i: .f   ���    w���� fenofrr.  House, painter; ,_ grain er,  jlMJer and.' pap^anger  AU work on perfect.sur-  Wqe'fiuranteed.. Prices aC-  ^dmg io ,q'���ality e���d  stock required        ,  ----,   .vAOiiuu. navmar said    an-**-..-,...,-  one way or the 6UaeA . ^"^g  naked.  ��� But, when, after the innam? th., ^1.  *   That made ma ......._,   nsore than niri .ia ��� .Y-.r^ (worth  ��3^ '^^ P-^S  the  And this j," yd* CMey Lt  have had to comed^S t\ ��� ^^   o^3 "��^ Chorfey -won'* speak to  The weather wTa JSE^ Sdf -       ^ ��y ^^ ^ ^? ^  iVew  Jarch1  winds StrongTnd ^SrC  w tn showers of sleet and snow  and T  ,      ... 'elt  cold and miserabLe.    4  :V"ork, f �� �������� "^^-ff. <>f the will I waa mafc.  Institute,  CH.AS;vp.  CAMPBELL  . tiineral Director'  Etufcatnier.,  Graduate of.ihamjyo/i  College Cf   the  f Moyief Board of Trade  Mec td in  the ,J\ioyip ^"chO'ol  .   house p? the iirs^Vbdnesday  ���eveniiig of each month at  S o'clock ohafp.  * *���  *     1 J.rP. Eahreix, Pres..,  A.'P. MACDcbxALi.;    Lewis ThJxbox,  Vice-Pres. '    cL..*  me  e    ^ .   -  -1 - - -^re xnar-  bucA good frieai^Lo did we three be-  t.n      , .       ; ��*��* ��now, and T   f^16^*1"^^ &_i Jtix the pla<��'f^   Otore, Aiken's   block'  ^coMaj-id alserabto.    At tie^I   ilSj_5S��SSf^ 4^"   B"k <"  &  ortable at the part I ^  United States.    Upholstering^uid ge^  era.   furnitun,  repairing.-   Office   and  near   Canadian  rnmo-ce.    Tolegrapl,   and  ** stiff.  militaiy-iooking* oId  ^  Tn n   ttt.'+T.    _    _      .. . *f  'I  -.J j-    Assessment ,lo^ Contracts Taken.  .(f Parties W]8ljif.g-io 6have  assessment | fiardinff mo with 7~"'^   T   ^^ K  ,>rk done on clai^, in the vicinity of   fPectJie?�� "c^y^?���?* h|  ! feToy,ef will do well to consult or   write   ?<% "inember me?��7'i t?oLhu0 mv  undorai*nfed   for   terms.      Work I f ��� -      '0b' DOW Pm' ^ ior it.   Her��  V.V?V'.3��ded   toy   and   catis/aclion   Jn   uA ^U^i/AAA^7 !^ .1^''    This  ��g^'way out.togetbaok ^��{5"   jJ^K   ^  kst * ��WW^ mS?   mail dwtert Pr0'��P^ attended to  ^ hen some one said:    "ifr. wn^Z.1'    ?UQ. da^' ^^e, and cohfeaaed ��,�� wT   H^ 1   J" believe ?�� . I d^ked arotnk ^d"^' ' to ^  :,, ,\ I,he  rotrx  hAiinmi,  D. ;3),  UiV 'jUaranteed,  t- -v Ct  t" *. *  r il I ���  !. A. SCOTT  ifI hG Sn/wf rfcF0WJeas ^en'^ ��s  rpT Milly wanto  to  sn*.��.lr  -f^.  ,���..     ���,  ��  x The  ���^���^rdly..rec��!fni2e ^ for her old  cohfeaaed the truth | Cranbrook  thouJS ^0t S*^^" ^ said; ��/  thought you were not much like fh-T  Charley I .asec. to W. But I 2j  ��orry ior you-***^ to think vo^S  cousin should have got ��T~I^  while you w&r�� aot eyea  mentioned."  We \^tZT4?^*^ I ^pe "*d ^siden  ways the sam-^-always has been   ��tS  alway8 will be," I SUppLeT ' ***  I wa- ", ' - '  B. C.  ICbviiT jui]y\��     "J.  J.  MimPHY .   (&, OQi'g  Meets on the last Thurs-j  to attend.  S-,    X..   U.    s.  BIOKTiiST  , St. Eugene Internatidri'aL  BARBER SP10P AiVD  . -BATH ROODS'  W.R.STONErProp.  SLEugoneMine, MoJioB. C  ^yofoa^..j0^ii:^ipOR   PltfE   TAILORING   GO   TO  itinp   -wiilula  iuvit-cil "' - X ��  O.J.FOOIE  T. McGKEGi  *^>no   Suitings,    Overcoating'  'Prousers,   Imported    Gdods  MOYIE,  c.e     CRANBROOK  Ipc-- continent of North America.  M'i^ir- *���'-"oi.. ui _NOrlu America. Sit-  | :f,f]|^ted miilst- scenery unrivalled for  { :;."^||randuer. THE HALCYON HOT  .��� 'tt-^iL'RINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  ^',|^nngs, Arrow Lake, B. C. Pesident  }������ -iffS1Clllu ami nurpc, Boating Rahia(r  *.;... gd excursions. Telegraphic com"-.  :j,,.,V;unication with all parts of tlio I  ' '��� orld. Two mails arrive and depart  ."."ly. Terms, Jplij to fplS per week  ,1'cordjng to residence  -*li\s. .[ts biithb ctiri* all  uscular diaeasea  .She came up, and" shook -hTnds, aad I ^e'-l?Uld ^e ejsk^ her to bo miue  helpless  over, head  and  ears ia love  ^ct^well, ot 00^,-iT^S* ^  to dream of such a thing. .       ^  I watched her narrowlv Hf+_��>. **u  a  meut of me.  r  & -r  residence   in   hotel   oi  then and there.   She seemed to bo the  oveheet,   most   adorable   creature   T  W ever. seen.   A sudden resolve came I  ilv  *?? Dimd'    Eather ������ run the  risk ot losinp* ih�� ^�� -r     ,    . .  s  about  '"JJ^ be W^ult th^' 'night  n^'+ "        yoar   Httle| there at that tim'oTilie  said nothing and written  'Don't you remember  d_>r ^7��S f briefilotoeXprCs8ing  i^^1 whatever attraction I could nee  woi.-  nervo  playmate,  ililly?"    said Rh��   -��ri-->.      ,     __,  3tel   or   blush and an ontranSng ��5r If her    Sf fl��t]l!fff ��Dd w  "^L^^i.^*. "Well. i*an������Z\ \\2 IZSf^J?*1" ��* ^^rence to  ocular disea.ee. f(s waters heal all J.���*. ** J e]j^ nev(ir have known  J��e*V liver fl.i<i Bt0IrinHj troubles. Uoin4i Inn 'V^' Parch,y ^ ��*  ^ baths and w,ter,   arc   ������.  j���-lh]  '     Bel       r "^  ' T' * "v. atul   ,ead pcuVon- ! Join.? I-ns wS^^fft Maf ^S ' SF'fi*** ^"^3^  .      ' flnld's houses T found the na^j;   S?^?u* ��V,lopele�� lovo for her  ^.^^___   W-?th�� *o be-to dine, canUW:     Sf ^r^^^^a.onco, itfi  remedy for  year, ho had  "oo "further;  Ws ��5,000 legacy.  Another we��k 6Uppe(j hy ^^ j       /  stayed on.    At the ��3 o! that w!  was J ��uoh a atate of S a^ol  oay, flndeng myself nJor,P ,^*u -.,1! On0  CANADIAN PACIFIC  and Soo Line.  TOURIST   CARs!  Pass IJunmore .Tot' for St. Paul  on S&ndava; Tueadaya, Thursdays a,V  Jndaye Toronto on Mondays nod  Wednesdays. Montreal and Boston  on Saturdays.  Same cars pass Rcvela'cDki, one  day  earlier.  JOSEl'ir NJCTIJEI{ST.\��T, Prop.  by tlie   Keg or dozen  ��"iger beer sold   I  bottles.  THE BON TON STORE OF MOYLE,  Call abd see our. my-v spring  stock of riien'o and boyo"  stuW just arrived.  Latlio'e and Ge&ts' -PurntsKin^  ' See mi tt Co.'a new lot of liea  "J'hey arc beauties.  MOYIE, B. 0:  Bdttled Beer  ui Stock. ��� ;';  OutslrfcOrdoi-oaiy^atrfctAt^ntiori;  _.___-J__J_' *.    f^       ..   '.'.*"\,\, w-   _���.-_.._.. *  50   YEARS"  ...J*?5^ EXPER'ENCE:  the hotel formyev'eriin;'^^   Jf ^ r,��"^��^^J5Qa.  ^'ay. , "ff   *��^   ��" the    there any longer.   Milly, al/*^^  iS"^- ^. -Jor'Q house a a&a, ' .^rSfS^:, Te^-dJ ffl  on  a afeat,   awhile, and then aiL. j^iT"'!   BU'  ' Si^^* litU& Placo <�� .the out*  i!^_i��f    ^nalo,   Nelson   J^velatoke, Main ,Linem7d IV  Coast   fl\tot  OiET YOUE  Roetjlund,  acilic  Tradk; Marks  .:: .Designs  COPVRIGHTS &c.  ~'l you rkUy.iM^^^^^^;;^ I iz^JSi^V^^'r^^^n   Poin  WII1G -il  l^wSS^  A,*.;:.������.i'*v;,!^".',,j-,,,.,:.:,"t!; ''���������'���nis, *?, a  jpji.   *.  _.i   ������'>'���  ������'.���i..'/.'*,!ln.--,j*ii-,,.l||.��1  ii$t^^��^is'';   -"Tifh OiH, t  i<5:lW.l'SIT  ."���liliu-ifiii. 1). f���   *  ���^^sekeepep^d^irei^^.^SjLf' J'���*11"   * .^Ptatwu^y exclaimed-  SySS*g T^'^bie/th^S' y^S'SJ^drh0^-^^S;  that  indescribable  air  that p-ave o����    ^       }J ihiti^ their�� lu ^poikjibilltv  P^e?S i^ '��''*(W t; was'sUp!  posed to have, come,.in for,   "wa��tw  SI -,.1 ^*^ m^lt ".-But wi*. I  saw  the fraqk  15 ;00 for Moose Jaw   P.  f., P-^andon,   Win.  ts  __^onnectingatVMacleod forVCalg  a,*y- i  v  ^rest, the photogra-  pHers has just received the finest lot  of   JoaQuIdmlp    in  iEast  looked | at Milly,   and  i^vv.'iS.r'r ^Qvovedly. ��th���v  *'( ��� ��� V ';.''���'.����� *V?.P'��" 3>-U*'.tf ���!J';;!������ ���'.'}-i 'tf,  ;?:������'������'���-V������.���..������������-���:'arc ^o/���;:���,���- VV" V^T"  prices Giveh.  and ,;Orde^'.  Tafeenon  '-'^''.'.t'..'."?;���  -���APPly.for Rateti,.Maps, Tiiue.C��.rcls, Tickets fthn  . ,'JSull In.fomatloh lo'������ m'ttehtLoc'A    ;  Agcnti     J-.rV.V  ��� *. .....   '--.*   -.  ��� ' ���  intiaUots $125 for sale-  Seo  J. 6. Oarter,  t. v. a. ii,.).  /;  G. HflileiV Afieiii, ftfoyiti-  ,B"J. COYLE,'  :      A-'*.. I'-   A.,  VllllfK  CrJiabrooJij  , PhotogkpHcr,  '< f.;"��� jV.:      ��V   .".. .... '���    j -  -���'' ,: _���-(     >���*,,<���-{ i,.-.-;�����  ^o.y.;--5;    ^o-i. rj��0*ts ,  Will Vi?!*,So?le w  Tuesday and Welin.-ftrjiiy,  Biileiitltig  '.V  V;��',  fc-"  V'  t   -I  j,  -;  ���**-'  ���U"  A.;it >  \  ���l   .   ���!  !J'   I '  }J   tilW'5"  -^rM_MMWiM-ite^>iaia-iBafflS8i^^  Wlil|_-J��MJ1lfl|ll-_l


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