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The Moyie Leader Mar 30, 1901

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 fe-:*5r��SteK  /  .,.. v-r.f5*-*^*   - '. ,  J)''i/,t5,WM��-i- '"'  ��***  /  -���/  ('  ><A  V*w*  >^'7  i�� '.  1/C&&*,*- -  rou your  M&v^Yy    ���  ^''���$$&?:$   "7  '*t "j-ai^lf.-"*!-!-! ��� *  VILW**'' ; ."IttOYlte 1'JiAitar.s.CY, Footc-iay Hotel 'u\d_  h  if  V  y  \J  <50   TO   THE  ��*'���"  Schaicii, Vrop, . Leaclliifir Unigrsigt.  ._?/ ify ,-r-J lt!-,;,Vt'Jll v.  ^��#A��L.:   i   wtt.Vvivl'.f^*-'., ,-'������ "   yS��|g^OL. 3, NO. 50  M S /f\ 1| F  ill.  PADtP  ifi  CAMPS BOOKSTORE  MOYIE, B. C, MARCH  30,1901,  i  ^'./S��.>!��,.>'..%..'B*V.V -Vk   "X*.* "*<*����� ���*��*��� **_������*!*'���_*''jeT ',��*<*"  ��2 A YEAR  THE GMMlii US OFF  People of Moyie Have  Full Liberty Again.  OOO pairs miners' heavy digging shoes  $3.00 to $5.50.  r - i  OOO pairs mens finershoes ,   ,  '."      "  '.   '��� .    $2.75 to $5.00.  500 pairs fooysi' and youths' shoes  $1-90 to 2.50.  i*  T5ET0WSIS(JLAD0FIT:  There is Only   one   Case   ami   it   is   Well  IsolateiX ]"i-om the Town nnd        '  XJle I'eoiile.  v:nW^w'r-'ZuKi  fnl^a'sFortnaent ol ladies  and misses  shoe's   at, ajT prices'.'   Corn��  a'longand bring your feet with you.  EElft  CAMPBELL & CO'.-  r_m_a>_vc�� gc��iua(��.3a�� _ra>_Ttc_sa. -��3>5^^����S����fe^*S><=>^='^^i^S>^=> ��*~  mi tiwiu���uur mnrjKT-i-**  CANADIAN, -bAim- ��� wr , biw  , i i -      i '(  \ <" ,       '       i *   -  i  , Paid Up- Capita ��� $a?OO6;6o0/  HUBERT WINES;  The quarantine  isoirand'lhe  people of JToyiea're again free to circulate  us (hi'y choose   witboat  being   looked  upon as sriiallpox ��uspof;t,5 or  without  requiring to ^o vaccinated.   Tbe quarantine was lifted yesterday and, a  general ;feeling   of   cs-itisfaction   provails.,  Tlie fact of  the   town   being  qiiajvm-  tined had a tendency to hurt business  generally.    People hebltated aboufget-  txnfi off here ns tlroy feared they might  have to remain the necessary 10 days.  John Allen, the only smullpGix  case  in town/is getting along nicely in- the  isolated house above the sniVmill.    Ho  wasphotogarpbed last Sunday by C. J.  Rose  and hio pidtifre can ,now be seen  at P. D. Uope'rf 'drug  store.    He   will  bo able to bo   out   in   a   aliort   time. [  There seems to be no   danger   of   the }  further spread of {,'Ik* disease.  .    -        LOCAL    WEVVS.  !Cr. King wad in   town   Wednesday.  Dr. Livers   is   ajjaia   able    to   look  after his business.  Thofnas Davis ��� reU��.'riud   to   Movie  this morning. |  Ii. W. Barnes, provincial  constable,  was in town yesterday.  f   Mrs. Wergin returned lrom   the  St.  Eugene hospital Monday.  P. D.lfope ba3 had peveral improvements made iu his drug store lately.  '    0. 0 Denatfrezyhe jeMveler, returned  yesterday   from   a   business trip     to  Winnipeg.       ,*���  T. E. Collin3 is agairi prepared to  give hot and cold baths at his barber  shop. , "  E. J! Peltier, the  Cranbrook   whole*  [sale* liquor man, was in 'town   yesterday.  Park, Milchell & Co'a. sawmill is  being overhauled and will soon be  ready to'start up. ' ,.  The ice on the lake id beginning to  get brittle round the edges and is on a  fair viay to breaking up,.  'Wm. Wergin ,and Chas. Gregory left  Movie Sunday, and are now enfou'te  to Arizona,     ' ��  - K. H.,Dimoek will leave for NeL-on  ncit Monday to attend   a meeting ' of  ihe Western Federation of Miners.  Dominion Express  orders   are    tho  AGMALDO IS GAPTDHHD  Filipino Leader Is Hun  Down at Last.  BY BEFERAL. FTOSTON"  The    War Doparimerit lias Xot Yeft   IIriI  Tj>rav to Oonsldel* tliel'iuiisliment;  11a Will Keceivc.  ' ��� Maiiila, March 28.���Aguinside has  been captured. CJdnerab Funston's  daring project for (lie capture of- Agin-  ualdo in his biding place in the Province^!'Isabella, Island of Luzon,, has  proved completely Successful. Agui-  naldo was captured there March,23. ���  The United States  gunboat   Vieks-  burg, commanded   by   E.   E.   Barry,  with General Punston, add  Agnihaltio  on board, arnveil here tliis morning. .  i  Washington,   March   28.���Tbe  war  are  chpapes-'l   and   safest    way'    to     mail  money.    On sale a'c Eenle cb   ElV/ell'a.  E. S. Pollard returned this morning  from Palmer's bar, where he had been  doing assessment work.  11. K. Marston/ who  o.tiperictended  *    Ailects the Engineers.'. '  Victoria, E. C.,'March 26.���-Tho day  in the legislature w'as spent in commit-,  tee without any   noteworthy  changes,  with" perh'a'p-5 uno exception.    On   the j the building of   the   addition    to   th'e  Ifotol   Kootenay;   left'  for  ' Spokane  Moi.'d.iy.  . ���  /     ������-..' y.    ....  P. J. Cahill hes disposed of his stock  rV-'^jmkmik^  tt   j.:i    c~ ' l-i'".' ?      .''���'.*.���,.    .--   - ,:i ..���.-/--   ������ iL;      i--r-a��d oftfin   Ihe cause of  an  accident,  tHotel for the  masses.   Everything FirstU��� -���-,    '  ' in" every/ respeet:\ Sample [Kooms  for,  Commercial Men;      ,*  r^#��lkOYlE ���  British Columbia.  ���wutanimm  d he complimented Curtis ou in kin;  a step for tlie protection, of labor.   .,  Under the same bill all mines   ship-  ping or treating ore in British' Columbia will b'o obliged henceforth' to   sup- j iieki -itit. A-, Beale's office iiext T  piy  a,monthly  "statement   of  operations.  ' r;-;l^ir��  cAMHi-4  I-*&*&$��  K-^-'i'-A?'^"-!'."'  L-f-. A-*'.'!w._hv'.  v/  v. n ���-, i vu.Vi'iia     -.���,,,  Large   sam[)le   loom   in   connection"  with house for commercial men!   Best  of accommodations.  .        , '      -  .Headquarters For Commenctei and Mining' fVIs'rl.  ���as  m  i-ZSr_Syi  suggest ton oi  Smith   Curtis,   otroiiGrly  supported bv p��aw thorn ignite, of Nari-  mmo^a section wao, added to the   M.et-  'alliferons   Miaes Bill  'requiring ' that   ���f   -    ,   ,    ���>-.,. ���-,-, -,-,--  - .'     ,'    "      ';/.'      -s ���    '     o: goods to Jf ill & Co., aud has retired  engineers  m charge.of hoisting plants .,���      "   .      ������*���.-   ���'. ��� >."aa.i^JYLy  'v.    /.''';.     *     - ;     ,      '    'lrom   ousmess   in   Moyio.     TicwMl?  are required to work oniy eight hours. I ,���   "���''',-'   Y '  \-   ��� ///'" '     '���'���    "  rT     ,,'   '-,,      -v ���   ���   .,   .    '      \ ^   'leave m fi.iew days lor Edmontor,  .Hawthornlhiynite   sr.id. inattention f   ���   ,       '..,    ;.   ,.-,-,<_ f      -,.    Vll���  of engineers wns indueed by 'wVarlneas-h ",V>V<?' f1^ always pleased-  to .sco.'.ycu  and explain our im merous' and > clie'ar)  accident aud fever   policiea. " Call'  on  ua.    Beale & El we 11.  ,,There, .will   be   a   meeting   of   the  Business Men's Protective Association  ues-  day everaiug at 8 o'clock5.  Dr. J. W. Liv6rs is soon to .move his  drug store into the, V shaped building  on the corner of Vict oria and Tavis-  took streets which is now occupied by  Mr. Cahill.   ' .._  A meeting of the Methodist Ladies  Aid society will be'held afc. the home  of Mrs. fiawko next Tuesday, April  2uJ. All ladies interested are requested to attend.  1 We Haven't had a fire for a few weeks  but don't get the idea into your head  that you are therefore secure against  fire, but insure your house and furniture with Beale & El well.  ������    wMr*,  ���>' .t-��-iUw%f*t  y ' .< y.'Yv  '  -i' Cs'Mh'-  ��� ' 1 J-f   'J'- -.  - %m  ���I      <   Regarding Ifailvray Faros.  IC. J. Coyie,  of  Vancouver  general  western passenger agent of  the   C,   P.  P., was in the city   on  a   flying   trip,  says the Miner.    He   states   that   the  reduced rates un local lines are   to . go  into effect on April 1st as  announced.  When asked as to whether the 0. P. E.  would grant  low   rates  for   the  Pan-  American   exposition,   Mr.   Coylo   remarked that thc niatter was   low, under consideration in thc east, but  that  it was unlikely any   lower   r.ite   than  fare and a half would   be  granted   for  the-first few.months of  the- exposition  at least..   Later, it   the   affair  did  not  prove, a   financial   success,'    pressure  might be brought to-bear on  the' rail-  roads'ond a lowci fare granted.  department has, not had time si's yet to  consider the exact statue of Aguinaldoj  where lie is to be tried and what   puri-  lshmeut, if an}*, is to be meted out  to  him:    If he is to be regarded   as .having committed ' treasonab'le   acts,   or  fomented an insurrection, ay-iinst   the  United States  government;   then   the  .trial would be of a civil character.    It  is .expected    that   th'e   rigorous   procedure for treason would  be  adopted.  Goinern.1    Fred   Fanaton;    vsho   on  March  23,  carptuied   General   Emilfo  Aguinuldc, wlien ip^e.rviewed at 'M-an-  ila said(poncerning the capture of  tlie  Filipino,   .leader;     "Tho   confidenttal'  agen.t of Aguiualdc   arrived   Febfuarj;  28 at Panlabangan,' an the pro vihee  of  Nioyaecfa, iiorthefii   Luzon�� \iitli   letters dated i -Jaiuiary' 11,, Is , and   ii.  'These jLettarc^Vfe-.i? froniEmil'io Aguin:.  ajdo a,i\d directed _B?.lderrr)oy   Aguin-  ald to..t��.>o .eoinn?.i?.r:d ^j.^he^'i-.rqvinces.  of Central X-UKyh,;- spplaq/ring, .Qeceraj  Agumaldq.     Emillo   .'Aguinaldo ..also  ordered that 400 nnen.be sent, him   as  ', t * r .     _  ,soon as possible, saying the bearer, of  these dispatces wpiild guide these men  to where Aguinaldo^. was." General  Funston secured the correspondent ��� of  Aguinaldo's agent aud laid his plans  accordingly.  St. Eugene Hospital Quurantlnetl.  Dr. Green received word yesterday  from Dr. King at Cranbrook slating  that tho St. Eugene hospital was  quarantined,, and to not ,send any  patients there for the present.    '  Dr. King was on the west bound  train this morning' Pie said there had  been a case of smallpox developed in  the,hospital, but that the patient had  been moved to a house some distance  from town. The man,s name is Mal-  jlette, and is thought to be' the young  man who was working at the Lake  Shore -hotel as porter nt the time of  the fire. ,  Tailing tlio Census.  Jud Langloy, the   census   enumerator for South East Kootenay,   was   in  ' Revelstoke this Week conferring   with!  Chief Census Officer 11. L. Drury.    Ho  has  already appointed.,  some   of   his  deputies.    A. L. McDermot has  been  appointed for  Cranbrook,  and   C.  M.  Edwards andp 11,   Kershaw   for   Fort  Steele,'    A riian for Moyie has not yet'  been selected, ,       '���   -,  Th'e census will represent  the pop*  j ulation as it was upon the 31st day  of  march at 12 o'clock at midnight:    ,  iUfoyie Boys Heant From.  S. W. Murphy is in receipt of a letter from Pat Keeley; dated Valdez,'  Alaaka,'March 13th. He is witlrJohii  Day and Wm. Mills. They Have eight'  dogs between them, and they are, preparing to start on ' their trip inland,"  Pat says that country is rich in min-  erali and that their prospeets look  bright. *���  XWtl>ol> XeXt X-'riday.  The first football game of the season,  will be played in Cranbrook next Eri<  day, when �� le-am made up from  Moyie, Cranbrook and Port Steele will  play the Xelson' boys. ,''   _. .       _  'The Iron ^Toimtain.  . J. .L Murphy intends soon to put  some men on the Iron Mountain clain^'  doing developernent work., The Iron  Mountain is a galena proposition and  is situated about a mile below, the  south end of,Moyie, lake.,.. It has a  aplendid showing for. a prospect,/and  Mr... Murphy, who is an old'and exper-  ienbed.mining.man,. is, confident he  has the makings of a valuable property.  . Y  \  :  "  Vi  To CeU'Tmitc 3Cny ��(Hlu  The executive committee of thc  board of trade has called a meetiug .'to  take place this evening' in1 the Odd  Fellowd' hall at 8 o'clock for the purpose of'discussing the matter-of celebrating the 24th of May. Everyone  interested should attend.  ,       Tlio Presbyterian. Social.  The second of aseriesby.thePresby-  \ terian Ladies Aid society was given in  'the Odd Fellows' hall last Wednesday  evening, and was very successful frolii  every point of  view.    There   will' be  another given,in the near future.  -oonts Tor ilirjjL.a!ie,  Besidea^he tug which Messr-J. Qrant  tt Co. have ordered, thero will be an  ample supply of small   boats   on   the  GRANBUQOK    ITEMS.  CrahbrooV Herald ���  Ameveriie'nt'is-Gn foot   to incorp'd-  r-nte the town.  Sidney Ocultou, 'the rvindow artist'  John  Ingram'   i;etUrhed   frorfi    ii  ne  ' l^;irs'e SSiipnieut ot Sadnlep.  . One of the; lnrgest shipments of saddles es:er d-m't out lrom Vancouver was  Mr. Ingram  successfully  hospital last Saturday, and left for  his  home in-Alberta Sunday.  is the man who   was   so  operated ou  for  appendicitis   by   Dr  King a few weeks ago.  Tbe Royal  Templars   meet   weekly,  ',*i#M/,i  -��� * ''k  ,���-��<���'  !:S  y-.^M.  ������".���i^f  Might be Equaled butNevAf  Exeeliedby any 50 cent Tea  on Earth. We "Have it in  One half  shipped    todayj  by  Messrs.   Storey  ,fc -and the select 'councillor tells   us "that  several   important   tteps   are     beim  Carson, thc   1 fastings   street   harces  and saddlers firm.    The   consignment   taken which will be  nlacod 6n  *ec.)r("i  consisted of Ho heavy   ranchen;' ,t:ui-  during the nea'r future    I'bo-e  dies, and 10 l,idics'   saddles,   and   tin'   several initi-i tions next night.  entire .������hipment is  valued   at   K- 00".  They were purchased    by   dealer,   in       ^ork on'thc  Aurora'rniiio  i-il! be  lake as soon as the ic  breaks   tip.    x |fl* ^ & Go* sl�����. has^resaed  one  McDonald, one of   the .mos  boat builders in die country, has  been  working here all winter and   has   nine  clinker built boats  ready   to   launch.  Hc intends conducting a general 'boat  biioineca   thia   summer.    This   Along  with the 10 or l20 other boats  iu   town  will make p. very, good showimr.  Tie's t'ot Deer Killed.  ''Buck,',' Vic Desaulnier's pet   deer,  broke his leg last Wednesday and   had  town? east of Alberra, and tlie lirm'*.  men have been working   overtime   to  j fill tho orders. In addition lo tlie  above orderi the  firm    will   chip    HO  'moro sn'ddles to places in British Columbia next week,  Diamond  Brill for Sr. Kugciir.  A diamond (fri'fl and outlit wr.*  .shipped hero this week from Spokane  hy tho Diamond Diill company to do  prospecting ir. the St, Eugene mine.  Tlie m.ichhie is ;n el*"irgc of N. 11.  Wright, who is also one of the 3 j arc-  holders ci the company. Tbe machine  will en ploy five men and will bo operated on double shift. It tias a capacity  of about L:Ty\-t, ;iei dnt't.  ���/ill be  suqiended today .urn'., such timo as  the ice goo,3 out of tlie lake, Mr. Johnson has considerable -work tc do On his  claims on this side of the late and  will bo kept busy for several weeks.     '  A man named Jesse J'ogera at-  tempted to cross thc lake last 'Wednesday and only got about 2Q foet  from shore ivh-u ho bioko tiiro'jyh  tlie ice. The water at that point is  aooufc i," feet deep, and. it was ' r.l'ter  considerable difiicuity t.haL Ko;-er^ was  fished out of his icy bath.  rw   -L-nrr���i l��f ihG mn*0*s .^ spring goods that i9  o,t   *,kiiltul   attracting a greet deal of attention.     -  A local company has been organized  ia Cranbrook for tho purpose of install-'  ing telephones, and already enough  subscribers have been secured to warrant thc promoters in 'going -ahead  with their arrangements.     '  Constable Morris  is ' serving b'otice  oh the people this  week lo  clean- up  their   premises.    These   notices   givo  warning 'to clean up ihe yards, remove  -my ami   all   manure   and   to, cease  throwing elops in the   yard   or   alley,"  ways,     in case of   neglect  or refusal,"  thegmlty one-] will  be prosecuted   to  thc full extent  of   tho   law.    Government Agent Armstrong has instructed'  Mr. Morris to enforce   the   law   to  the  'Castor i*-uu oi, c. v. ... leUer' :Ulc! ��__^r3 will be shown.  For the Easter   bollldaya  all   Caca-J     Lead and silver Im^tak^n   a   fall  ch.ui Pacific'railway   agents   will   sell   this week   both   in   Xew   York   and  to bo killed.  The dzer got into ' thc  bro-.Very and in attempting to jump  th'-ough a window fell aud broke ins  loj. and it wa-j thought best to kill  him and ecd his misery. Buck was  very gen tie and w.'us a favorite with  everyouo.in town.  lound trip ticket-, at fure and onc-  ihird. Good ^oiiiij April !(,h and *3th,  and returning April Sth.  j-.ondo:i, but  on serious consequences  are looked for.  AX>l}}l'}i>y..\X,    I.OC.-'.i.-j.  D. 'J.    ldendErdou   ii   nov   in    ihe  ij-o'nnis Sho.i. Moyie's firsl  cmaiipox J Kooteuays compiling mutter for  the  Metal Qirolpuoiij-'.  iY\y  'tv-V  \ ��ft  I   l*   sp  yl'4  yy?��  <   i *  a V*  VYf'H  hf *.-"*,fl**,  v, '-Y4��f  JiGt  ^^SSK^>*E^S5G^  -^���^Si^*-1^-**^';^^^  Xcw "joi-k, March. 28.��� Bar silver,  ~)V; cent.*:. Lead, price for miners  i nd fn-clter*, IfLOO at tho. close. Copper, broker's' price, $17.00.  London, March 27.���Lead $2.00.  patient, is now serving cut a M day  sentence iu (he Fort Stecb jail for  being drunk. This is DenGi-r,' scc.md  u.neuse s'inco ho got over the smiillpox.  Dennis mado several good .resolutions  W r;et out of town, but he- Doomed ihe  idea of paving a rich tiiul grasping  manopiuy like thc C. P. V,. money  wh'en the same cotild be ^pc-rnt .in the  I - p'ii'rchase of goof!,'oid booze,  -.-LC    v;a3  in  llcniierscu    directory  iloyioThiustlay.  Tei:dt,r*5 for thc construction of Ike  dam for the 3Ioyie Waterworks Go.,  will be opened r.evt Monday, Apr!l  first.  There v.ill be r. special cci-vlce .;}'  the' Met!iodi*?t church in the school  btiiidiug on riunday at 8 p, m, fo  Which all are invited.  fix. sirs jess   locals.  If you wh n t a good suit c all at Foote0.  iOK SALE.���Two gasoline lamps  at haj; price. Apply at D.J. Elmer's  cigiu etorc.  Did yor. seo C. -\, Footc's summer  smtJugsvet?    JIc hixrj some   beauties,  _   WAKIT.A   JLhtishoJ   or    mifurn-  ished houco  offic?.  Drop hi and inspect C. A. Foote'd  stock for'gentlemehs- tailoring in  VlY  Central buildim,', 7 '  rent,    Apply at   this ���1  &  Y&  .���������ft?  pi ���  !/|i'Y  Y#Iy  !;'H ?:  t *.*���*<���   r  f  '!  '���'  ,- y f. *f  .   *i -  i      ,---.' ,        1  '.!'   j  ��*..'.*>..-''':,  ��$# '��� '  .In  *i ;  ��!   '..'jri'I  CY-ly  1 .f.r  :���"  S" - W  i.  ?. "t  ',t I*  >��! .?  ���������ft  41,  am  iu.  ,��,**  ��� 11 ��*>�����..  |i��TS. -I    .  '  F^'ifta  i *    "i'�� i ,  :i '.''f'iY  *     us. I, l  ,  riSl';       .  ,, '}f5>-  ,."'#������  f*  i'j*1-  ,'fc-ls      t  * r  "4?<  *   '1?,-  :r;r;  i'%  ' ��� vi  'rYj*  Vfil  ''h -  -,! *'��� :  Hi.-  KB  n-  h  ,- w,Y-->  iy''?-  .Ki-1'' *;  Ml*:;  *WS  *'ii-jSt*  j- .i*,<|5Tt  YSfh*  : t . . So. i-  . -' .��. k  Y'-Y  i \ yi  Y' -ric  .'���'���--.1  i���,>  - u  J.  ���i IS  -. ��r  {'I  V    -f*  **-  '-wnttOsam  mm��_&a&w&*____3_t*��!sa  <ggm^mMmr*tftmiittismttAiimi*  ififTH'iiwrw  ^gagypuuf jijivni,' 'rBgaiTiiiTirailirisiTiTit' "Wn  - THE IQTjj LEADER.  *? iblished in the interest of the people  of Ifoyio and East Kootenay.-  ,r. miyTK & co.  -PubHrjliers.  .r-AlfES Or  STJBSCRIFTIOrS.  TCE.TSI-BBLE.B.C  ...12.00  ;FjRDAY3 aIARCI? 30, 1901.  .ire gomg to that town m increi^iqaJHaK^ay "' &' McQarter*  numbers. The proposal to run them  out'by force vas rejected in favor of the  establishment of re-itaurante and laundries by white men, employing white  union'laborj which the members o. Vnq  union would be pledged ta patronize  in preference to Chinese. '"If the  Chinese can live en wind and'.mountain pcciiery thuy are 'welcome to stay,'!'  said an old miner,'in speaking, of the  scheme, "but wo propose to leave ihdiri  "5Jcrv��j'i,McC?ri,or &' A1ez.Quq.aTi  ,   ''.'      '   "FERNinjB. c,/,'y <Y  Baxristgrs' & Solicitors,  UTJ-.  .���  "r-    1 -.-    '    S'".  jj*.jiu^u^.j*^�� jj.*j*a*UB.*.m* wMsaa  nothing else to live on.?'  ''-"MijvTe;ie���:^l/ir.��'U:& out fe'sAgpod'.w^ge  ���ranxp, ��� end every effort phnuld ' be  ���raatic to .keep i-l go.  Ey the"- close, observance of all  sanitary rules much sickness can be  lyer'ted in Moyie this coming summer.  and  ?-  Give Canada-iii lead' refinery   and   a  ..........      -  bounty cf $5 a ton on all lead treateo,  and'it can-compete with the market?  of the v?orld.     ' '.-'-",  WV?},Cf��B*Pj  The Inddstrial'World''at Eocsland  bas greatly  imprcr\'ed  in   appearance  .lately, arid is q. credit   to ��� the   classes  ivliicl^i'l rspreeeats.'     '    .;  L'M*'3MUU_,l'!N���._ie-_t rt  Sir Thomas Lip ton . Is' .again  going  to make an  effort  to win'".A.merica>  . cup.-   His new yacht, will' be Shamrock  ��� IT, and , will be launched April 20th. '  r sVytJJ-l 'JmfVtZUir agQKI��siimf|;M rsg u     y  It would now ooem that-the town   of  'Creeton has^a substantial mine in the  Alice.  "IfsoCreston will  inr a.' short  time be amongst the bjg tawns on ' th'e  Crow's >7fcot line. ���-.'.,  King EdwaVd' :s growing nicr  more exacting poncerriing the . forrn'-  alities oh occasions. 'A. fov/ hcuro before the reception of a recent deputa-  don his majesty asked the Lord Chamberlain wbaifc ��� dress they would v/ear.  "Frock coate, your majesty," replied  the Lord Chamberlain. "For the last CUANBROOK,  time then,'? xaid Kin;* Edwaid. "In  the future uuiform or court dress'must  be worn. .Thjs _ is . not a republic."  King,Edward should be careful or' he  will make the people tired.    If he had  LEWIS THOMSON,  x ' ~>'    ���     -,r       ���..''.'���  r(';'Y Y Y"j   Uo^By Puc��cy!Accountant, ' COJIMrSSIOI'T    "AND  Insubawcc Agent.'  IjIoNB^-Tp Loan.  SSfpyie,   ''' " -'��� '���-.': ?. O,  'THE  POST OFFICE  3IJ1DG ctJ &a?ATiOi?|i.p."/ BIOB^.  TOILET JL-RTIOh^B,  SQMQQIJSitFV-liEriJ '  -a%  3TJ8T m  -.r  BAEKISTKK, EOLICITOS, EEp,  .' '       '!      . .1     x ' ; r  B.  c.  ja_\ 0 (��*-/���  Nepk ties, fs^n^y box, ^rhite au^cpjLoi.-i,(i  etarptod'shirtp", neg-ljgeef shirt^, unciep,  ^Weari -ii^n's felt,Jiat$ in all1' Varies  and quajlitiegf    ;i4^dies?   Bailor -hats  *0iiiid,reB'sl?.at;s.  ������"        J   '-: t  To Eo BIABAFFY,  CORNER OPPOSITE POSTOFF1C.E.  2SE  "^fT:  03?ianiip^ end Ern^giot,  f      r   '  is-frsssw.,..--!,   ,?'^_ ,?T' '-���-���' '.:., r"'i."T"  -./.,.  half the'brains of the   heads  of, some  republics; he would not! be dealing this  ^       . *.   -< ,  sort of aristocratic snobbery out \q his  people, either.  ,    '     k,  The state assemiily of Minnesota has  passed a bill.prohibiting :the marriage  nf insane, epileptic and ' idiotic persons  'and requiring a medical  certificate* of  'ill applicants for.marriage-liconses,   '  ��� ni'siimwjMw'Usii'.ggiijT-ii^gam.'rj^  Some people take��a pessimistic view  of the' matter and-' say ; tb.it' Moyie   i's  "but   a -,one    mine    oarnp. . 'What  is  'the   matter   with   the   Aurora,"   the  Socioty   Girl, * tho   Emma   M.,    Iron  'Mountain', and a'dozen' other  properties within a'short distance of town?  ' Spokane" is Taking a Vote on the kindergarten question.'   The kindergarten  system now seems to be well,established, and has long since  passed  the ex-  "perimental stage.    It has  demonstrated its  usefulness,   and   Spokane   will  surely ipake a mistake  if.it  abolishes  '"the system.    ' "   .t  The passing of Benjamin Harrison  oaiisea barely a ripple,dn ' the rushing  current cf the world, says the Spokane  Chronicle. The American public Says,  "Ah, yes; too bad;''and sheds never, "a  tear.    The,battle of two  bruisers, the  * - 1 -'  mouthings ol a half balaueed   Kansas  womap, the silly prating of a garrulous  admiral���-d- these are of tenfold greater interest to the men and -womefr of  this nation than the last earthly strug-  'gle of one befqre whom the ambassadors  of earth.'s mightiest nation bowed but a  few years  ago.    The  politicians   who  fawned     upon     him���the-    shouting  'crowds(cbicb craned * their   necks   to.  ���catch even a glimps of him and cheered his tamest uttorances���the  partisans' whose   leathern   lungs filled   the  air with   praise  of   his   bravery,   his  wisdom and 'his  greatness���- what 'do  they care now?    Not one"sigh, not one  moment of silence", not one pause in the  wild rush fqr fame, for pleasure, oj'  for  sold.  ���' ' -      ' "*        ' ���;  -'" Com-missi-on   and   Insurance  Agent.  *   .  -2*7E\y   YQRKLIFE,  LONDOBT-AND LANCASHIRE.  PHCENIX OF.BROOKLYN" ",  ���''.'. r-    '     '  ���*'    >     -r: ' '     '    /n     1  -"-.,  '. ��� ��� Inimrapca Co.'s  Fort Steele.  B�� Oi  C P, HIGQINS,  Physician and Surgeph  ���   i! ��� ;, ��� --. ' >',ij        -    ��� ���  "'    ' QFFICE���FABRELL JBLOpK.  MOYIE,  ' ,   ,  British Coiumbia.  Pity   Sliay^ng   parlpr,  �� -. 1-. ,j .''  CENTRAL   HOTEL.     ���'  Fine Toilet Soapgjs  Latest PerfujQies,'  Toilet ReguisitieiSj  Hair Br&shes;' '"*���  Combs, Sponges, etc  GO TO THE  MOYIE   PHARMACY  KOOTENAY HOTEL.BLDG,  '��� '��� \ ,'    '       ' ' - ,  A complete line of of patent rneclicines  ,1 * * ' ���   *    ���  ,   carried in stock. f  ' ' c  I ���  JOSEriT t?CnAICn, Ph.   O.,   Proprietor.  11   ft-';.-'>-:   -'.'',       : ">" ^ .'.w *ft?f^'  1  I This Hotel i&ftew and lyell burnished. The f  1 :^&\*B_.&2 Supplied witft'the Best the I  ^^ff^Sr'The Bar is Filled with I  ���tto^es^^Brradg^^tguof-p, a^d" pigar^ |.  '\ AGENTS ������FOp'^AB'ST'-S   iH^WAp^EE'^EEB,'/"'' %  HB^D'QU^RTERS FOR C|t>M��BRQIAti - I  V���;' V -.and" jSiinino "mkii* ''-��� 7' y;.r.'- '������'���*.   '  ,   *  MOSTIJB, - .<',r-'   '&h\> '*   .--J .f '}~ ���  BRITISJI CU^ilBIA  J  ^������^r>^3��&��&S8'S&^���������^*^���t���������*3��  qO   TO   THE  IT  ��i  pin  l  -V  1  \:  A   -  AJ  \_x JL   X J���/ .  m  Wat,  WESLEy CLIKJE, Prop,  Moyie, B. C.  nmora  A city or town is known on the out-  v,side by the newspapers published the're-  'froni, and it is judged by'the" patronage  accorded those pepers. The business  man that docs not patronize his local  paper to at least some extent, should  move to a place where no paper 'is  published or needed:���Phoenix Pioneer.  The forming of an editorial association in the Kooten'ays should be lbuk-  'ed upon with! favor by all the newspaper men embraced in the' district  named. The next thing is to get together and organize. I��as!o is spoken  of as the first "meeting place, and tbi's  should'be'agreeable'to all th'e prospec-  f .       . *,'.���'   l   ���       ���   '   ��� .!   .���'������     '    ' ��� i1 ' '  live members. M  The second reading   cf,  the   bill   to  make May 24th a national holiday has  .   > i -11    i   i , r   .    "    ;   -  passed the Dominion house and the  keeping'of Victoria Day'as a Canadian  holiday is 'practically assured. . The  24th of May has long been ' looked  upon as a day of universal celebration,  and it would now seem a pity to discontinue the nractioe.  Anna Gould's husband, the Count  do Cistellane, has fought another duel;  this time with M. de Hod-ays, editor of  La Figaro. The count was tho better  shot and de Rodays is now carrying a  bullet wound in his thigh.    We wcJt/c"'  not like to be an editor in a laud wl   duels were fought, and where our  cuticle might any day bo perforated  with cold lead.  An old proverb s-ays : "Do not send  a boy to do a man's work." Some one  has appropriately added : Do not expect a man to work for a boy's pay.'  Yet many employers wbo endorse the  first saying are far from being in ac-  pord with the second. If men were  not too often eypooted tvnd askod to  (vorl* for tho pay of boys, there would  bo more comfortable homos among  the workers.  For Sale.���A six rocmrv house and  lot in Lake Shore addition. For particulars apply at this office,   -  NOTicii.    , "Y  Notice is hereljj- given that i have 'been-instruct**'! to collect all bills and other debts due  to Wm. Mills, sometime leasee of the Cosmopolitan hotel, ,Moyie. All parties indebted' to  'Wm.'-Mills will-please communicate-with me  forthwith. LEWIS THOMSON,  Moyie, March 1901. - 3--1S"   ,  CALL FOR TENDERS. ��   '  'J eiiders for th'e construction." 'oi ft dam on  Cumprjell cieek. are now called for byth-j iUoyie  waior Co,,bi<ts to be closed ou Auril lirst. /J'he  company reserves the right to reject any and  all bids. Plans and specifications can Ine seen  at MucEachem & Mncdouald's store-'  8-48 A. r. Macdonald, Secy.  NOTICE.  Notice is- hereby given that I, George R. Muir,  of-Moyie, li. 0., mill owner, intend thirty days  after date to apply io the-chief commissioner of  lands and works  lor  u  special Ijcensc- under  land acts to cut and carry away timber ou , the  following desci-ibed lands, situate in the- vicinity of upper Moyie-lake towit:   Tht* houth east",  corner post of said lands is situated about three,  und one half miles north ease of the-upper  end  of upper Moyie iak-e ��� and   about  one   quarter  mile -ea^t-of government road.   Thcnco north  ��0 ebttimi, theuce -west V20 -chains; thence south  SO chains-, thence east 120 'ehaius-,   to place  oi  commencement. GEOR-GE- R. MU-IR.  MO) ic, B. C. March l'.lth l'JOl.      -     -        L.M9.   , t   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby j-'iven that I, James Park, of  Graiid-Valley, Ontario, farmer," intend'thirty  days after date to apply " to the'chief commissioner of lauds and works for a-special  license under lands acts to cut' a ml-carry a way-  timber on the following' described hinds situated in the \iemity of upper Moyie lake towit:  The north ea;*t "corner post of said ' lauds is  ,*imated about two and oue hulf-'miJes north  east of the upper end of upper Moyio lake and  about oue quarter mile .jast of government road  llienco we*ii IliO chains, thence south SO chain*;,  thence east 120 cuains, thence north 80 chains  to p?aoe of commencement. '    " '    "  JAMKri I'AKK.  :-LQi... . '    "... i'-Iuieh 19th l'JOl',       '      '   "C-19  UNIOF BAKBER SHOP  ���        !'Y ���"   ���'",'' " .   "'    "**.���-   ���'' V ���'"' .  AND BATH ROOMS.  T.E. COLtlXS, l'ropr.  Victoria Street,  MOYIE, B. C.  ^3:ofxrjBE5-  For your outfit.    The largest stock in  -   '  , / }'  "  ' " East Kootenav.  REID & CO.,  Cranbrook, B. C,  ,   *    . }     .i  MOYIE B. q.  Ape' How Open an^ Keady Poi?  Business With a, pun! fLiu^ 10f  Staple and Pahcy  J"    "  ,*-��>>'���"el/*   .  V'r^Y  '1 ���/��*������!  i_'.^*  ;. -* **�����/  r'-"frM  ;1  ��� fe*H  '.  ���"*"$  i/ tV"*?;  I  ' * ��* rtl,  Send 'Ybur'WorK  To t:  , CITY., IAUND.RY, .  S   _ r   -  i*  .        .. -!.'.'        O  Where it   will be Done  -Satisfactory.  ." P.'LUTNEB, Prop.'    "   -  GOOD WORK.  VRICES  REASOUABLK  (1  Keep. four Eye=^  bpt.obbe! shop.  QUEEN'S' AVENUE.  tA '..*  -i.  Barber Shop.  ���-"     -       - j-  L Hot, Cold and Vapor Baths.  Opposite   Cosmopolitan    Hotei  '    XV. la.  FOISY Vrop.  MOVIE DAIRY.  Fresh  new  ��    .i,   ��� .  .  milk   delivered   to  till  parts of town, twice  a   day.    Satisfac-  tion guaranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  EISH, ELE^H  and   irowV  PF THE BEST QUALITY AT LIVING PRICES. '  You are Invited to Inspect Stock.  .... .      ri  ���I.  ���       .     -'-      .'.     T ti'.l.'.   Ui   , J-       , J :'i.  i '    'f.  .-.i..~,       ; J...!  ���^fir. -At -Az-^z_^ s^_^h-^Z-^t.s^_jAz_^  THE   BROSPEGTOHS'   EXOHANGf-E.      J  .'   '.���   y      no: <t if.-w.-rG, J}X,ooiv��''J��rKr,3orN:, ��. c. -.   ���-:,-���       -���,  Gold, Silver'-lead and Oopper mines'wanted at tho EXCHANGE   if  .'FREE MILLING GOLD properties wan ted at once for Eastern   \  investors..,  ^   - '"���'-, J  *- ', *   * - ,*" "    ��� -    - ���!?  ' ' Paities having mining property for sale are  requested; to ."send   '���>  sarnples of thoir ore to the'EXCHANGE'for exhibition.   "    '    '  ���' We desire to-hear from prospectors -who h'avG  promising   mineral claims'in British' Columbia:' -'   ���  ��� ���' /  '' Prospectors and mining" men are  roquesteri   to  make "the    EXCHANGE their headquarters'when in-Nelson...     ''    f--'   '��'�� N/'  -'  ��� 'All'samples should be senf'by e.vprsss, ^K.EPATD.  ' Correspondence .solicited:    Address all t:o'mmuni6ations tq    ,  '   J"    *' '  ItNDBEW B. ROSE&BERGkn;  Telephone No. 104. P.',O. Box J700. "   '    *'������-'    NE'lSON,'B. C.  ��.  4*  '   \tVi  % z^-^s-T^s-z^-^\ t$x z^-z^r, ^s-^s-zjs-^y2^5-2^-/^-3^  /^rijx-z^-i^ z^j-j  \  if  If  r*  -y  ���'?'���  Saw."  ?sfe  ������;-*?1  ��� "il  ���ft3  UE'jra: t-����^i'TMeimxnji rwi-nr'ja'tlM  The miners'   union   ol   Marysville,  Mont., which is purely a mining town,  has decided upon a method for getting;  rid of  Chinese, who   monopolize   the  sfl^iaund'ry and restaurant tbiisin>.-3s,   anc  KOTlCi:.  Notice is neieby given that 1, lh II, Martin,  mrner, intdinl CO days after dale to ajip'^y'lo 'tifti  chief eonnaissioner of laiifjrf and'works /or a  fcpecial license under land act t'o cut' and 'carry j  away timber on the following fleicriljcd lands  situate;! iu the vicinity of the upper Moyie  lake towit: Southwest corner post situated  about one half mile northeast of Movie 'river  falls; thence north 50 chains, thence east 60  chains, thence south SO chains', thence west 80  chains to plueo of eommencemeut.'  P. II. MARTIN.  Movie, 13. C. Keb. 23th 1901. 0--JC*.  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING C0f  CRANBROOK, B   C.  C  Areated Waters of all  s.  Orders Solicited.  S.oda -TrVater ��� and Syphons.  I��i  Bread deliyered,  ��� S fN  to any part of the pity,  FiES, CAKES AND ETC  Always on Hand.  A. ��LINN, Prop.  ^Clothing,  .Gents-';  Furnishings,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Qlov.es, Etc*  COME AND SEE US.  Victoria Aye,, Moyi?, 13. 0  -t <*�� t���  ASSATEJKo  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I, Ben J, Ryley,  miner, intend sixty days after date to  apply ro tlie chief commissioner of land and  works for a special license under land net to  cut and carry away timber ou the following  de*cnbed lands situated in tho vicinity of thn  upper Mojie lake towit: South east corner  post situated abput ���;����� miles north west, of the  Moyie nvei full*.: thence west eighty chains,  thence 1101 th fcO chains, thence east 80 chains,  rhencc south Wj cuii'iis to thc place of commencement. , BEN J. RYLEY,  Movie, B. C. Ifeb. 23th 1001. 3-Hi.   *?*���   NELSON,  B. 0  IF YOU AHE A  or BoMcsnc a.vu imi*outkd  vmAwm  PIPES AND TOBACCOS,  .Call and examine my new  stock and you wi)J be con-  yinced that I have lhe best  brands there aro in the market,  D. J. ELMER'S   JCigar   Store.  Next floor ro K'pptenay Hotel. Victoria street, Moyio. B. C.  T, V, LOWNEY/jPrpprietpi?,  Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations, for travelers,    tBest   winea  [liquors \ind pigars kept in stock  Lake Shore Addition  msa���uwztxs-manprm aiMstmaiwr;  ���~^~rr*i^i\*j&*T*+vyc*'9r'iiii- ���      ������ .rmz���  B.   Cr  I^U'Wi'   ���  if-7-^-r /js-zji-z^r^sr {���;+f-y- ^v^-;-*. t.js-z^s *y>.-^s ^r-A>v^j5-z^s: -z^s-^j-z^-z^s-   ^rz^s: 7$. z$u V  TH  5  j   The  (jnly  ftoj^so   in   ^lapt    Kootnoy  heated throughout with hqtair.  First clajs ip  every r.eppect.   Special  rates lo boardera.   Good samplo. room .  for commercial men.  European plan.    Oppn day apd night  $. II, SMAT.y, Prop,  ta >  ORANBIIOO^  B/ 0*  t  w��i��iTjm Li....,ii.,.ii^ww��^im.iniiiiiiiin 1 n 1  11 in  / sAr-sAzj&LtAr 3>*��S& \p j��/_*fy__& .-o'" ^  ������^wp.vaHBia^MHnaasasnMsawHHMBaaMMMMKJUAA'MJE  ,1^  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  B,. A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEAR MACEACHREN & MACIXrNAI.DS.  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO���  Baggage,     Exwiess   and    General  j ]3ei,iveuy.  MOYIE.  SUBSCRIBE FOli   THE  LEADER.  ADDRESS  NELSON. M  IL,  Ui M  . i,  mUsiiiiiiTT  THE MOYIE LEADER/  MOYIE,   B.    C.  THE  DRESS  MODEL.  ,,   Very elegant eeru guipure laces appear  in applique form on opera and  theater  ' wraps of black, pansy, ruby red or sable  brown velvet.  Tlie round waist with a v.ery drooping  effect in front is everywhere in evidenc-  among fashionable t&ileta and costumes  , for the winter.    ./; , -'   ,  - Redingotes,   raglans,   surtouts,    cami-  * sards and fitted princess polonaises, with'  very fanciful jacket fronts, are in every  conceivable variety and form.  Many of the long'cloaks and directoire  redingotes have an applique decoration of  white or brown cloth on the kaiser collar, sleeve cuffs and down tlie sides of the  open fronts.  The new two toned camel's, hair fabrics  are'much used by high class tailors and  modistes.   ;.Red   and   black, .brown   and  Jran and dark blue and beige are among  the combinations,    j   . "," .  . .Craped satins continue to find a host of  enthusiastic admirers' and .'purchasers.  They are undoubtedly one of the most  perfectly woven and beautifully finished  ' textiles that have ever been manufactured in all the history of dress.  - Tlie' neat, natty and durable> tailor  strappings of past seasons will be siill  more in evidence on winter/costumes  Bands of stitched cloth/camel's hair. etc..  pcau de soie, yelyct or ,satin appear -un  the greater portloTt of Paris made tailor  gowns. <���' ,  "One or two wonderfully' beautiful  shades in deep blue, tho lawny' golden  brown called Shun ami the rich Cleopatra dyes in russet,' sable and tau an:  amo::g the ,utost attractive shade.*; in  broadcloth, camel's hair und similar fabrics used for the smartest costumes* of  the winter,. - ' '  itiis&ian blouses of velvet, corded .silk,'  satin   or, cloth,' finished   with ..very   expensive girdles or belts,  are iu   notable  .favor .for . (heater  and   demidress .opera  wear.     Fur,1 guipure lace,  gold   button's  and   braid,   appliqtie ^ trimmings   in   iilk,.  satin  and   velvet and   special "devices "in,"  cut jet are rhe garnitures variously used.  IE  m  RESULTING   FROM  POOR   WATERY BLOOD.  Dear Sirs,���I have been a great sufferer from'rheumatism, and lately  have, been confined, to my bed. Seeing your - MINAE'D'S LINIMENT advertised, T tried it and got "immediate  relief I .ascribe my restoration to  health to the wonderful power of  your medicine. '      '        >  "   ��� 7  LEWIS S.  BUTLER.  Burin,  Nfld.  'Fnnlilun'H  Deitintiriii.  Tbe conscientious young man of  fashion now brushes his hair differently when'wen ring a hat. Chancellor  Tisdall, the acknowledged Beau Brum-  mel of Dublin In bis youth, had inexpressibles variously cut '.!for walking  and-for sitting and once sat down In  the former with disastrous results.  Not,long ago a,milliner advertised with  a, newly Invented hat ttfatit '.'eecesslf  tated the mouth/worn slightly, open."  What shall welcome to next?���Vanity,  Fair. . !  '' PAfcMEiiE'j's .Piur^ possess the ' power of  noting specifically upon the diseased organs,  stimulating to action the dormant energies  of tho system, thereby removing disease. In  fact, so great is the power'of this medicine  to cleanse and purify, that diseases of almost  every name and nature are driven from the  body. Mr_!D. Oarswell,'CarsweH,P.O..Ont.  writes: "I have tried Pannelee's Pills ana  find them on excellent medicine and one  that will sell well."  ,<"     A SerKreiJuJ'ss Snrprlie.  ' "When Indians wen* being recruited  for the regular army.' said a western  representative. "It was the custom to  give them civilized names. .Down at  Fort Apache army otlicers were recruiting 1'umas and Apaches. A recruiting sergeant was naming them.  Finally a company had been formed,  and the first sergeant, who was an  American, went out to tlie front and  center^ to report his company to the  commanding officer.  " 'Company D, sir, four privates absent.'  '"Who are they? asked the commanding officer.-'"  " 'jay Gould. Cornelius Vanderbilt,  .Toe Jefferson and Russell .Sage, sir.'  shouted the' sergeant."���New York  World.  Heart Palpitation, Dizziness and Weakliest* in the I.��gs -Followed Until the  Sufferer Felt that Ills Case Was Almost Hopeless. '  From, the Mirror, Meaford, Ont.  ' So man in Meaford is better known  or more highly .respected .than .Mr.  Patrick Delaney, who has been a resident of the'town for nearly forty  yearp.. ��� Mr. Delaney is-a stone mason  by trade,' and has' helped to construct  many of ;the buildings which go to  mak'e up Meaford's, chief business  structures. ' Hearing that he had received; great benefit from the use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, a reporter  of the-Mirror called .to obtain particulars of the 'cure, and ,Mr. Delaney  -cheerfully' , gave'hirri 'the following-  statement : "Last. March,'.' said he,  "my health "becai ie so poor that I  was compelled to quit work. The  chief symptoms of my illness were  extreme weakness in the legs, Iops of  appetite, ,and palpilation of the  heart. The least exertion would  cause my heart to, palpitate violently, and if 1 stooped to pick up anything I would be overcome with diz-  fci'nc.ss. JHy. logs were so weak .that  J was compelled lo sit down to put  my clothes on. The doctor f con-  suited said T had a bad case of anaemia. He prescribed for me and * I  took three bo ties of medicine, hut all  the while 1 actually grew j worse until. J became so weak and emaciated  that it seemed impossible that r  could recover. Having read of 1he  cures effected by Uv. Williams' Pink'  Pills I determined to give them a  trial! From the first box "7 noted an  improvement in my conditian.. My  legs became stronger,' rny appetite  improved, and by the 'time 1 had  used'four''boxes I'felt better'than I  had done for months. That- the  pills are a wonderful remedy there is  not the least'doubt. . I can do light  work about home without' experiencing any,of the unpleasant sensations  that I "once underwent.' I feel aii altogether different man , despite the  fact that 1 am now sixty-seven years  of��� age: "All I can say is that I'attribute my present good health to Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills and.] -would'ad-  ,viso any other similar, sufferer to try  them.,"       . . ' -. .  To ' those who are weak, easily  tired, nervous, or whose-blood is out  of condition, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  come as a blessing,' curing when all  other' , medicines fail, and restoring  those who give them a fair trial to a  full measure of health and strength.  The pills,, are >sold only in boxes bearing on the'wrapper the full name Dr.  .Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.  If youri dealer * does not keep them  they will be sent post paid a at 50  cents a box or six boxes for S2.50 by  addressing the Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.    -'.    ���     ���     "  ft  "������   O x  frA't;z\   .Y^A-'.y *-3\  ���       r.-   ,. ... /SWS'715  "Look, I.ere. Marin. 1 may be a fcol.  but I'll Lav* you pud.-r-'iand I'm not a  jiK'ka-s." ��� t   ,  "Well. then, whv ������:] iln* world do vou  kick   so   uiiichV"  ���fuurnal  -  New    Vo;!;    !>.',i'innt.  A   W11!! ���'.>��- VifjiBs. ._     fi  I'slur (at  lire i-iiur-i-l.i -iJo-.v do  vp:  iecl. old chiipV  (il'fjiMii - Fine,      I    feel   ;lf*   happy   as   _  lo when  I'm ri''>;t in a er.,w< -, il \r,w\���  .-.nor)    t'li --.-u") Ni*v. *t  STREET OAR A00JDENT.���Mr. Thomaa  Sabin Bays: "My eleven-year-old boy had  his foot badly injured by being run over by  a car on the street railway. We at once  commenced ', bathing', the foot with Dr.  Thomas1 Eclectric- Oil, when the discoloration and swelling was removed, and in nine  days he could use his foot. We always keep  a bottle in the house ready for emergency.  I,f����   Uopi'Tnl    ��' or 'Hi in si-If.,  <U��ori_'e. the colon-d janitor, needed  souk* money and *ve.Ml to the church  treasurer ror It.  "There Isn't a cent in my hands ju*-l  how. George." said that officer.' "and  won't lie'till n<\\t Sunday's collection*  are banded over. Can't yon wait-till  then?"  "Don't see how I kin, Mistab Gub  ney." persisted (Jeorge. "K'yarn't rue  de hou-e widout rnouey."  "The best I can do for you." returned  the ue*i*-urer. "���.nil he to advance yon  S-'J out of rny own pocket and run m\  risk of getting It back from Unchurch."  '���-.Veil, sub." solemnly rejoined the  janitor, "pf you don't git it back 'u*  de fbu'eh. Mi.-uah (Jubney. you'll git  y0' reward in de good world, but' It's  rfifln't wid me Et I cam't git dat  free doliabs f'm "ou. I'd like f know  wbAh I kin!"-  IS     EOO^ODVIIC^L   TEA.  Its greater strength combined. ^vi th  its  absolute   purity  make  it    the  ; best tea on  the market. '  I If your grocer does not keep it  he wrll got it rather than lose your  j trade.  ASK    FOB   IT.  Pale, sickly children should use Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator. Worms are  one of the principal causes of suffering in  children and should be expelled from the  system.  Tears are the diamond tips, of sorrow.  Many  a sickly    fly    has spoiled     a  healthy appetite.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget ii Cows.  A dcir's bark is often worse than  ids bite���tout his,bark is preferable  just the same. .     -  A' woman who has no, mind of her  own to speak of is the first Lo give  other's a piece of it.  So rapidly do-.s lung irritation spread and  deepen, that often in a few weeks a simple  cough cuiminate-" in tubercular consumption. Give, heed to a caighl'lhere is always  danger, iiY'de.'ay, cret a bo tic of'B:ckle"s  Anti-Uonsumptive Syrup arid cure your-elf.  It i.* a medicine unsurpassed for all throat'  und lung troubles, it is compounded from  *i*\iral herbs, <ach one of which stands at  the head of the Jrst aa everting u wonderful  influence in cuiing consumption and all  lung disea-es.  The man who, tries to' live beyond  his mean.*? usually winds up by having  to  live  without his .friends.'  Tt is, only after the schoolgirl adds  the .letter "e" to the word "lov"  tl\*t the .spell  begins  to  work. ���  BTolloway's Corn Cure is a specific for the-  removal of corns and warts. We have never  heard of its failing to remove even the worst  kind.  METHODS. OF SUICIDE. "  If all .the world's a stage and  tliosc in it merely players, under  cortain circumstaoces tho pawnbroker ' must be a kind of advance)  agent.  is a symptom of Kidney  Disease. A well-known  doctor has said, " I never,  yet made a post-mortem cx-  aminationinacasoof death  from Heart Disease without, finding the kidneys  wereatfault." The Kidney  medicine which was first on  the market, rtiost successful for Heart Disease and  all Kidney Troubles, and  most widely imitated is  Dodd'k  s  Elntv   Desperate   I'crsoiiN   Adopt   l're��  ���   vollinff  Styles  of JDestruclioii.  /, "The remarkable methods several suicides have adopted in, this city recently  teall attention to the fact that methods  of self, destruction are largely matters  of suggestion," said a doctor. "When  a man gets in that condition where he  wants to die, he has little inventive  ability-and adopts the method that has  'been brought to his miiid. You will notice that after one person kills himself  with acid-there follows a long list of  Bcid suicides. It is the same with any  lmu'sual method. ��� One person gets up  an original way. and that inspires the  next one to try -his hand, until we have  a whole series of such'-grewsome nov*  elti2s.-, ��� ._  "I have proved this theory. Several  years ago I was discussing this feature  of suicide with several friends, including the-coroner. They .ridiculed my  Jieory. I offered to prove it.- It liaji  pened that shooting and hanging wen-  popular just then. I wrote an artiei  for a newspaper . on the horrors of  strangulation and pistol wounds and  explained the ease with wliich one  could kill himself with prussie acid.  Death from prussie acid, you know, is  absolutely instanraneotis and, many believe.'painless.;. There had not been'ft  ���suicide with this aeidrfor more than a  year, -jut within a week after the article was published there were four, and  one of the unfortunates had clippings  of my article in his pocket.  *'Of course 1 was accused of killing  these four by suggestion, but I was  never arrested and do not feci guilty,  for when once :i person has decided to  kill himself the method is a slight matter. No person in his right mind will  commit suicide. We nil know in our  sane moments of easy ways to end life,  but when in the suicidal frame of mind  nature seems to rob us of our reason in  Ibis direction, as if in a desperate hop*  of preventing the sacrifice.'  - The man who takes no thought of  tomorrow is apt! to wake up some  morning  and   find   it  yesterday.  According to J. P. Holland, inventor of the submarine boat, the day  of that class of* vessel has now arrived. ' ���  r A pessimist is never happy    unless  he is unhappy.  Tho fewer steps a man takes     the  longer his shoes last".'  Things are usually what they seem  to be to the dressmaker.  Deafness Cannot Be,Cured  try local applications, as they cannot reach the  diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one  way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness.is canned by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the  Eustachian tube. When this tube Rets inflamed you have'a rumblirrg 6oand or imperfect  hearing, and when it is entirely closer! deafness  la the result, and unless the inflammation can1  be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condirion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten, are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. ���   , *  We will give One?Hundred Dollars for any  case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) thai can  not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for  circulars,.free." '-        '   ,   *"   '  J?.,J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by Druggist*, 75c.  Hall's Family r?ills are the best.  A free sample of delicious SALADA Tea sent on receipt  of postal mentioning-which you drink���Black, Mixed or Green  Tea.    Address "SALADA," Toronto or Montreal,   ,  T we j i t i e t h Ami ua.1 Statement  ,    ���OF THE���  S 51    &m_ZMist\w  '   Assurance  Company.  ���  HEAD OFFICE:' H2-H8 KING STBBT  WEST, T0R0ST0.   -y.Y  For the Year Ended'December, 31st, 1S00.    ,  ���*>  Dee. ['JO, 1899.   To net' Ledger Assets'. '.. '.    $H,&'.6,710 2)  RECEIPTS.  Dec. 31, lflOO.   To (Ja&h for Premiums    ".     $822.02'.) 00  " "      To Cafeh Income on Inve-trr.entb, etc      18:5 01153  l.CO5,f|70 55  DISBURSEMENTS.  Dee. 31, 1C00.    By Payment for Death Claim-;, Profits, etc. '....    JSOl G79 00  " *'       By all other Paymenti ��� .-       2(yiAW&  5-1.3-12.CSJ 76  5K..172 08  * Some young men dress so loud they  can't hear themselves think.  Good talkers are plentiful; but good  listeners are hard  to find.  . ,   ,  A , bad   horse is like   a poor  p-ay.  It can't, run and ,it.won't draw.    .���  ,  "Every time a woman irura-inris her  age a man is reminded that history  repeats ,itself. ' "7  It's, a Short .Road .  from a cough to consumption.  Don't neg-lect a cousfh���take  when your cold appears.- The  " ounce of prevention " is  better than years of illness.  " Words cannot express my gratitude for the  fjood Shiloh's Consumption Cure has cone  me. 1 had a chronic couj;h���was in a daiiKO--  ous condition. Shu-Ok cured the cough and  saved ine lrom consumption."  J. E. STURGIS, Niagara Falls.  , Shlloh's Consumption Cure Is sold by al!  druggists In C��uh<1h. and United States at  25c, SOc, S1.00 a bottle. In Great Britniti  at Is. 2d., 2*. 3d., und 4. 6(1. A printed  guarantee goes -ivlth.orery bottle. ^If you  are not satisfied gr�� to your drugrfjifct and uret  your Hio'noy back-  Write for illustrated book on Consumption. Sent  without cost to you. , S. C. Wells ^ Co.,.Toronto.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  An     extravagant   ' man  is ,  always  preaching economy io his wife.  You can't always judge a man    by  the cigars he gives  to his-friends.  Some   vocalists   on   the   stage     are  guilty of murder on the high C's.  Minard's ..Liniment Cnres Colds, Etc.,  . A small boy is never <so full of emotion' that he has no room for dinner.  Honesty is undoubtedly the best  policy, but it'keeps-many a man  poor.  BICYCLE SNAPS  ��� A   postcard   will  .-.._.    ( bring    you    our  price list of now and second-hand wheels.  Special discount to dealers. Wo alto want  your repair work-. Send repairs in now bo-  fore tho m-li. Wc give special and prompt  attention to -country orders. Andre Arms  .4; Cycle Oo., Winnipeg. Successors to Hys-  lop Bros.  ��� Some persons have periodical attacks of  Canadian cholera, dysentery or diarrhoea,  and have to use great precautions to avoid  the disease. Change of water, 'cooking and  green fruit is sure, to bring on tho attacks.  To such persons we would recommend Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial as being  the best medicine in the market for all summer complaints. If a few drops are taken  in water when the symptoms are noticed no  further trouble will be experienced.    t ,  When a girl tells a young .mail to  take heart it sounds suspiciously like  a  hint.  Only those who have plenty of  gold ever get anything out of a silver wedding.  After the bawl is over the weary  father may have a cnance to get a  little sleep'.  TOWN TOPICS.  United States Cream  Separators.  Perfect skimmer-:. Light running and easiest  to wash. Will outlast two of almost all com-  petitors. Al! round the most serviceable and  best value. Everything needed in the dairy  kept. Write for catalogues. Shipment*, of  fresh butter wanted,  Wm. Scott,  30(5   I'nci Mi*   ,\ \ .'inn'  ���VIiNNI I'I.si.  The morning salutation in Buffalo h.'is  become. "Were you robbed lust night?"���  Buffalo News.  Thc disappearance of the Dewey arch  fiom New Voi'I. removes another temptation from the way of the billposter.���  Washington Star.   , ���  .At tiiis year's horse siiow, as on other  "occasions, "the-rule holds good���the  well  dressed women are New Yorkers, but tlie  overdressed women are from other places.  ���New York Sun. '    .  The Chicago.'; authorities stopped the  lynching of.a colored man the other day.  There Is still a': little saving grace in the  nation���and to think ot it showing out in  Chicago!���.Minneapolis Journal.  Now tliat it has been found that the  center of population is in tlio neighborhood of Columbus, Iml., Chicago is showing signs of a disposition to reach,over  and annex it.���Louisville Courier-Journal.  Minard's Liniment Cnres Distemper.  ,"1'     Dry Goods Coopers*..  "This is a st ran ire place for a cooper  shop." said a stranger in New Yo'rk.  pointing to a sign over a basement iu  the wholesale dry goods district.  "Yes: it would be a queer place," was  the answer. "If the product was like  tJj.it of nearly all cooper shops. But  (here was never a ban-el made In the  place, and probably not one of the lo  im-n who work there could head a barrel, lo say nothing of making one. This  cooperage does business only with big  wholesale houses."  There are several similar shops in the  district. They make a business of  strapping cases of ,merchandise after  they have been packed. The large  concerns have the cases put in the  street after they have been packed, aud  then the cooper is sent for to nail the  wooden straps around them. He receives., about t-o cents an. hour for his  labor and from IT) to 'J.".-cents a pair  for- the straps. The shops are the  storehouses for the hoop poles, and  there the men split and shave the hickory saplings which finally become the  case straps. There are some houses in  the district where the porter does this  work.- lint, the, large concerns turn it  over to the coopers who never m��k����. ���  barrel. ��� '.:���    -,'.-, ' '.'!!.     -     '  ASSETS.    ' -  Dec. 31,1900.    By Mortgages,  etc   - '" Debentures (market value'.i;739.190.47)   '      " ," Stocks and Bonds (market value $1,031080.00;.  '' ' " Real Estate, including Company's.building   " Loans on Policies; etc -.'.-   '   " Loans on Stocks'(nearly all on. call)   " Cash in Banks and on Hand     "   Premiums outstanding, etc'. (le;S cost of collection)  "   Interest and rents due and accrued ,   .. . "   .       LIABILITIES.  Dec. 31,1900.   To Guarantee Purid- .'. '..  .  .  . '.  .. $       ;G0.Q0OCO  ,.   '"   Assurance and Annuity Reserve Puad .. 3,302 709 00  '*   Death Losses awaiting proofs, etc  54.362 44  $3,773,508 08  $1,282,389 92  ���7i*y.81S 10  1,013.798 !X>  389.751 79  239,719 38  91 580 00  20.473' 93  $3,773 508 08  163.071 16  .40.684 59  $3,977,263 83  .   3,477,071 44  Net Surplus $500,193 3ft  Audited and found correct.  J". N. LAKE, Auditor. ,   ,.  .   . The financial position   of the. Company is'unexcelled���its percentage of not  surplus to liabilities exceeds that of any other Home Company.  New insurance issued during 1900 ��...   .' :  .'.    $4,153,150 00  Exceeding the best previous year (except one).in the history of the '. "  Company. ,    ��� ' ' ,  Insurance in force at end of 1900 (net) .: <. Y.  ..  .. ". .  , .  .   '... ..     24,883,061 00  .    '���   "'     PRESIDENT , ' ���    ,  JOHN L. BL.AIKIE.",       '     y  VICE-PRESIDENTS    '  .HON.. SIR WILLIAM E. MEREDITH, K..C.  DIRECTORS -   ,     \   .      ;  <  -  HON. SENATOR GOWAN, K.O., L.L.D., CVM.G"."     *"   E. GUE.NET, Esq.  HON. G. W. ALLAN.  L.  W. SMITH,'Esq., K.C., D.C.L.  J. K. OSBOENE,  Esq.  D. MCCRAE, Esq.; Guelpli.  MANAGING    DIRECTOR  WM. McCABE, LL'.B., F.LA.,'F.S.S'.   '    *  SECRETARY MEDICAL   DIRECTOR  L. GOLDMAN. A.I.A. . A. THORBURN,- M.D., Edin.  The Report containing the proceedings of the Annual Meeting, held on January 30th  last, showing marked proofs of the continued progre-s an.! solid position-of tho Company,  will be sent to policy-holders. Pamphlets evplanatory of tho attractive investment of  plans'of the Cornparsy,-and a copy of the aunual report, showing its unexcelled financial  position, will be furnished on application to 'the Head Oflice, or any of the Company's  agencies.  The Mauds of the Worker  - . . .   _  And his face also, will of necessity get stained  with Oil, Paint, Rust, etc.  The Master Mechanics  . Extraordinary Soap  Will make all stains disappear, leave the skin  white and soft, and the tar of which'it is made  heals any cuts or bruises.  Sold by all dealers in good soaps.  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO.. MFRS-, MONTREAL.  Of Ajr&IL/ tt^Cr   fi^tl/ /7&4ssL<n  U����Tn^r.A;rVA-"RK[-'1ANCB CIGAB  IVPWUIA,    FACTORY. Montreal  KEITH & CO,, SEEDSMEN  WINNIPEG, 479 Main St., opp. City Hall,  furnishes choice and freeh Seeds. Catalogue  mailed ou application, ; ��� I '  4, /U4nts  ���     Instruments,-Drums, Uniforms, Ktc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN HAVE A  BAWD.  ' Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  501) illustrations niiilled tree. Write us for anything,in Music or Musical Instruments.-'  maley Royce & Co., ,���^S$&\\_\_  WHEELER & WILSON sewing machines  Rapidity.- Save.* about one day in three.  Quietness and dnrabil Ifcy without noise or wear.  General utility..   Best for nU kinds of work.   ,  243 Portage Ave., ���Winnipeg*. J  NO     PRO H IBITION  to send your orders laige or small to  PAUL SALA w^?ic" Wines, Liquors  Winnipeg, Man., 516 Main Street..  msfflrmmm��SES^^^ffiEBmk  Pure Native Pott for Invalids, {1.35 p��: eal., t_.6o  doz. bottles.  Best Whistey, J1.75. $.3,'f3.50 per gal., J6, J7.35, J��  ' . doz. bottles.  CHaMSH.   Trench and Ocisman  Spokk**.  IM Plants post paid for $1.   Send'for list.  N\7K..MAI.JL,OJlY, BI.I3NU.KIM, ONT.  ?"���  .* 1,.  ,Y  ..������!���  V  ', r  '   N  '-'.-.-  I.'t'  -1  It  1:  r-  'M  W.  N.   U.   31G  ms& &!  1.^1 J4.  3  ...*\  5?- I''  .        J*      ,.  i      n l>  ���   .,    ~BI    *  II      ,    *  Y/ly -  I jt'f {' ,  >',.'-*1 !���  Iii:'' .if,  !' ,���  ������h   '  . ,i*v;_ j1 .  ?  Y  If:  * i<"  .?(���  r';  | ui iV  L-V.V, i  fi .V ��*.*,.<  "' i'i ,-2 .  ..    51   I    -C .  t tUO,-  ',*  ���r ,* -    ,  In !    "   ''  |. a- y  i ^  ; f '  '.  .. i  Si  ��� l  ,<i  I;  f Y?  ? ! i-V  'I'M        '  ���ill  1   K    T  t r -.   J..ii>-|  !���",.'���!$��  fY4.iy  fir fljrf  I    HP-r  '  '   >!r-'  '.ui-ri,  .j - *  i* ���>*<.,  Lb  ��:s  ���H  I ,*>5  f' - ������; **ri* {   ,  In *  lkJjrr<  ��!'i!r!��  1.1!  I*  ic-',4t'l  r%'  [' 'ft-  !! -yhiv  i j ������ 'ji'i  1' }   a:. ,  ;}s* Si L  IfY...  ,;>  yfl  i u  J  > .  BBMBmrnmcamjiMui. ������-* tM.rn'.rifJ.-   ���  *C\  ��KAD MUST 1��AY.  A  peculiar   instance   of  collecting .  YARNS SPUN BY GAMJBLEfiS.  Old    Soho's   Biggest    Scratch.  Keno and Faro.  at  The Man Who Died AfU-r the Cards Had  Una Acalnst Him���Barmlng b tTsuto  Hani:  witrx. Only a Five-  Dollar Boll. ,  revenue occuriod  in Rossland,   receu j  th     Louis Bodkin was killed on   Ftb-)  tu  ry 10.    After several   days   elapsed ;  th,i*e having his alTahs in   hand   went  to lhe   mine   office   '.o   receive   wh.u j  money was due when   death  overtook.  She  unfortunate   young   man.    They K   .tn s      ,   ���, rt.77 ,      .���  .       It does tve^t all how card.? will some-  were given the   amount,  less   revenue j times keep a-runnin' all one way for  tax for the year.    The idea, of collect- j a long time,"' remarked Old  Scho, apro-  insr revenue tax from a   dead   man   is j ^ of nothin*T in particular, during an  " '   , ��� A , ,   ,. informal meeting of the Gladstone club,  something new to us, and   we   believe    >in h�� Wor1 ���,;+^ ��� ���������_,. ���_ _���, ���,���,_.*  5t is'to moat others.    We do not know  whether tho amount deducted ia to   be  transmitted to the other shore   or not,  hut our impression, derived from Sunday school teaching**, is that  no   taxes  are   nece^sarj'   there.    Tlie   deduction  of monies from dead men   under such  circumstances     appears     much    like  highway robbery.    Jt reminds us of an  incident of the early dayb of the Coeur  d' Alenes.    A man had been shot  and  killed.    On his person   Was    found'  a  revolver and if*4S in  crash.    A   case   oflw  carrying     consented      wcopns      was  brought against (he corpse and the $-J8  con "isciited by tlie levying" of a  fine  in  that amount.    And tiro reitrtarns  were  interred at comity expenses.���I no us-  ���rial World,  as he toyed with a stack of red chips,  ivkich, like all their blue and white and  yellow companions in this city, have  become useless, except as counters  in an innocent game of whist Or casino,  since the reform wave came along and  closed up all the places wherfe men used  to gamble on the green, says an Albanj'  correspondent of the New Ydfk Sun.  Old Scho heaved a meditative sigh, reflectively stroked his white chin ivhis-  kers, and Idoked up and around to observe whether any of the other mem  thought we'd take a chance.   We "had  several close calls.   One time a fellow  had out about $200 worth of chips, but i  he kept a-playing-, an* of course he lose I  it all back ag-ain.   Another time some j  small plaj-ers got $4 of our $5, an' thing-s  looked mighty blue for us.     At   last  there came along a fellow with   a  big  ���wad one night, an' the cards go agin him  j from the start.   Putty soon   we   had  about $1,000 of his   mdnej--;   then   he  strikes a lucky streak, an' win'it putty  near all back again, but he don't quit,  an' bimeby he lose again, an' he keeps  on a-losin' until about five o'clock in  the morning, when he gets up an' says  he*s broke.    An' how much money do  ye s'pose We win off that fellow?"  "Oh, about   a   hundred   thousand,*'  gravely remarked the solemn member.  "Probably abotst a million, if we Idt  you tell it," said the fat member.  , Old Scho looked up with ��Ln expression evidently intended, to be one of injured innocence.  "No, gentlemen," said he, "what I'm  telling you is the honest truth.  We win  just $5,O0d and not a bent more."  "Is that all?" asked the short, stout  Y^T ;   If intending to  Builds���.  ���We would invite your attention to our  Metal Ceilings, Immi-  tation brick siding- and  Metal Roofs.  A complete line  of  Builders'  �� Hardware,  paints and  Varnishes always in stock.       ��� "    ,  Orders for Tinsmitlu'ng and Plumbing  given prompt atteption and satisfaction guaranteed.  The S. W. P.  Ar-Ktifn-SavV.  All fi'ave' heard of tl:?e\ Aafaihgas  trnveler, arid' how the Jegfelati'ifo of  Arfcans'iis passed a' special bill in'-iking  the pronunciation 6f the n'ani'e' of the  State AVkarisaVv. ' A^ p'rorh'inent cbii-  gressiuari from tliis" sLats saicl' not long  agu that he always re tne hi be red tlfte  proper pronunciation of tlie name by  recalling tlie following lines.      '  Tlie typical girl of Arkansas'  Uan sa?rr as.niu'cli lis' her p'a can saw,  She cazi tiake a little dr'inK  And sling a'little ink.  And clinw as much' as Tier pa can chaw  bCrs were listening to him. .Having sat  is-fied himself that thare were at least I  three or four who were willinc to tnre jnJember ,w,tb the' smiling fate and the'  e spiiis I stubby  black ni-Jstaciie, in a ton�� of  on the slightest provocation, or noprov- I det'p surPrise  naami.  l<WI)��SMltH.J  ocatio'ri ht all, he conlinued  "I remember bne night, years ago,  when Paddy  Martin.was running   a  Iceno joint up here' in Broadway, I made  the biggest scratch of my life.  It was  like this:' I'm brbke, tin' I'm justgoirig  o'ut when' a friend o' mine corrics in an*  I says' tp him: ,'Lemine have ten dollars,' will ye?'  He puts his hand ih his  pocket and pulls out, ten dollars   an'  gives it to me., 1 go in an' I bet just one  card, for a halfdollar.'arh'^yin the poo/.'  There was $77 ip th'e p��ol.  Well, I don't  phi'y no more ken'o' th'i't night, but I  go over to' the Wlftte" h'ouse Sj\\ t ��b tfp8  tfg'in the bank; i1^'ji wii'$2,Tqo;, I sinS-  ply can't lose a bet.  I win1 all the time'  that nigh.."  Tl'hen Psars are liaised iii i/ouiglaiia.  While Bisliop J^o'tter of   the  E'6is-~  ....    . f i,    . .    *j . -  Copal church  was  traveling   through  * ���        ���* ��� * '*���.���.�� ts   -7?i   i��  Louifciana! some years ago he addressed  . .   -      ���������'������,        >  . ..  inquiries to hia fellow-passengers  with  ii    view     of ,    obtaitiiug    knowledge  ,.��� ���   ���.'    .,���.*?( i ,   ��� .j .   c>.  regarding the orchards  and  fruit  interests of the state.   , ,  "Do you raise pcar3  it:   Louisiana?"  inquired the, bishc-6..,  ��� ,'    ���   .. '.''    '.".' -.'.     v   i   . ' ' ���  . "We do," reeppp'det! the Louisianjari,  ^'if we, .h'aye . threes  of   better."���-San  'Francisco Call.  Highest price paid _for Eaw furs.  Pack in'.qackp and send by express to  James Gill, Cranbrook.  LOTS-'--for aale on oasv .terms iii;aii  parts oi   town.    D.   J , Ifilmer's   Cigar I lyi-owed him well, an' he'd been losim  is .distihctly.sinecified.ih. Its articles.of  incorporation, the .promotion , of , the  social^ enjoj'ment and,.intellectual development of! its rnem'&ers,' they did' nob,  kIio'w that they * had' ^eri profoundly,  impressed by Oldocho.^'icriar'ratiVe.'TheJ-  hod of ten heard him tel^Siirfiilarstorie?.,  r,ll or which, he wa,rr^'tej3 .to, be.true'^  In.'ftvery. detail.   ^But th'e-tjJd maa\wa��  uot, discouraged by tite.oppd'jent \yftfl.i  df appreciation oh' thi ffart of his audience.   Wi/bh. a little pre-.liniinary,,co?jigh,.  which had no suggef.yQn.Qf an apology  in, its sound, lie* be^iixagaiti: . :    ,.  ,'.'1 remember aiip"tfiei?i|ini���J, .up; in k^  atoga one j night,', I nsfiai Cull. Holland  win $55 with two ��enii^b'ff.th.fe.jt-ouiett^  j w;heel' in Cale Mitchell-'fi. .'vThea h. g'dek  ov;ei-' agin, the, farO bank.an' wins'some*-  thing like,, $2,000-,".;,; fv    ;^  -^ ,r ( ,,,^  ' This time the.-solemn.4ookkig rmfeih-  ber; Vi'ith^the-lorrig, flovvjng, black thitn'-  tache, felt himself 'iinpeiied to- aski.- >> i  ' "How cfluld^he.yvic'an'j'thingrfwit/)  frvo cents ? 'They wouldn 't let him put  it down.".-,' * ,' v ,'- -��� ' . ,\  \ '"OU, fea they ���w-culci . They'd let Itiin  put diiything down, .even, a. bt&sa but-  Idn, and pay hiini too.   Of course, they  Store.  liX.  A rich lady, cured of her Deafness  and noises in ,tbe head by, rDr._JNTich,o!-  1-son's Artificial Ear Drums> gave $10,-  fi00 to his., Institute, so that deaf  people unable , lo. procure the hiar  Drums m'ayhave them free. sAddress  No, 145^ , The JSJicho'laod.-. Institute,  7S0, Eighth' "Aventie, NevV York,  U. S. A.  Asse&s'menl.-iFOi'Jc Contract*3 Tr!jv6n.  - Parties wishing to.-have   dSsessment  if*    *  ���work done on claims in the-vicinitviof  ��� *    ���      ; * *.      1 ,    �� i       v - .'  Moyie; will do well to constJl.fc oi write  the urfder3i4qed,,./or terms. .��� Work  left in. my care .will* be.., .promptly, at-  tended 'to,. and aati&J&Hio:* ,>\vill.. be  guaranteed.       . , S.Y'_. SCOTT.  j   i*;L    i    Y,L^"u;J._a.'  ���   tldlcyon lioi Si*j'iti__.    , -. i    .  The rrfrost complete health le-dortun  the continenL qf North America.- -Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  granduer. THE HALCYON HOT  SPMNGrj Sanii-Afium, Halcyon Hot  springs,-Arrow Lake. 13. C.' -Resident  phyfici.m and-nurse, Boatjng-fishing  and erxcursiono: Telegraphic communication with all parts of the  world, Tv*o mails arrive land depart  daily. Terms, $10 to US per week  iiecoidin-g to lesidence in hotel or  villas*. Us bath's care all -nervous and  muscular diaeiuca. lit- v/aters heal all  kidney, liver and otornacli troubles.  Thc batlrs and waters tire an inyaln-  blc remedy for silver and lead poisoning. *  qtiite-h. little taorhey."  ''A- brief'period ..of--silkii^fe ini&r>'6hed;  during ^vhich the 'Old man- strdked his  whiskers three timesi     Then   he   resumed his discourse;    , . ;  \'Ah' theii again, i'vlj, sfeeh the cards  tiln agin a man ail night.,' I rernetaber  one, night when I was dealing iaro bahk  iii Chicago, there was a-,man,playin'g���  he. was the brother of some senator; 1  forget his name now���ah' he lose 33 bet.-*  right, sti'a-iglit off the reel. . He gets    a  .'stand-ofic-now an' then', but'he never  picks' k bet off the layout^.,Bimeby he  win bJ few. bets, but putty-.soon he lose  agajn, an' along io'rds midnight Igiiess  he's putty_ hean broke. He reaches down  in his pocket andipulls oiit a',$S0-bill, ah  hc hancls' it over ah' says:   .'Put that orh  the five.'     ' I p(it' it on'the'-five, an**she  losej'the- next turn: ( Well,- that man  he ju'stgiive ohe gasp fin' fell back in  hjs.ch^ir._fj    Some of the players that  y<as# sitting, 'longsid'e.of him began to  ^ubf.his hands(',ari' one man call.ed rfor  water. >.They tlio'tiglithe'd fainted., But  j' fodked.at lfitri jtlst fihcehh'Tsays!  ���Oh, no, he am't'fa'inleq}' he"s cleaci.' ; i'W  see, I*d seen a'ielld'w difc just'like that  once before, an'-f ktioweti the signe.'^'  ' Then   the   solemn-looking   member  spoke up again and remarked:  "Well,   now I'll tell you people just  one little story.    It's little, but it's true.  Old Scho took a few vigorous puffs at  his pipe.   Then he began again:  "Say, you people remember the time  when they used to deal dra\v poker  around the table; just like stud ? Well,  in, ihein days (hey urfed to give a prize  of $100 every week ovfcr here in , the  White house for the best hand held.  Well, one.Friday night I sit in the game  an' putty soon, I have four aces., That's  the best hand that's been held .that  week, an' there's only one day left, so  hiy chances of getting(tlic prize is putty  gopd._   But a fellow who' sits next to ine  ,l��ays:  other fel-  knbw what  ?,'���- .doing all theYimeY I know there  ain't nothing ..more   ���uncertain , than  cards.     Sure0 enough, before Prl been  playing,a. great while longer,I hold   a  straight ,flush. ,'AnM sell  that,  too.  An* ril.be darned if that wasn't.beat  the nextdayby a higher straight flush."  '- "Scho,'.you're a bird,',' remarked the  fat member with great intensity, of feeling, and several of the other members  looked lit the old ^n'aTi with" renewed'iii'-  terest,, noticing that.,}& ,was .getting  back ih.to.hls -50��}:ea^^'l|i, form','when','w  all who-know, him will acknowledge, he  was athis best. ,- ..^ .M ,��� ,   , t '���....��- t  ,,. Thus, encour^edva^reiijeehe-ii 'rvith  a^ew.more vi^rOus'F^at^i^i?^'*-'  tV-hicli perceptibly-1^4<jfcaij6ri ^p&fjftiftsV  pherq- of tbe room and g{lv^h��{:solenrlp'.,  member a violentofit,Oifr.eoug-hi-irig', -he-  cahie bhee more' to tbe scratch,'ndt the*  least bit,winded:     ������-,'{-.���-"' ,:*.'\   ,' "Tittj ftinniest,tKing-j^er ha'd iiapjjfcti-  td me was dnemig*ht.w'4ferfl lAvas Sealing  frir3 bahk-.lii Nc^r Yctfkl. A.man cfaihe  in-,-who said hejd never.played fdrdbrank  before,hh' he.b>H-s five dd'ilu.K}, Worth bf  chips, ..Ha iiay$ he ohly wants to datible  his,money. BU* he strikes a ^vihhing  streaTk an' he keeps oB a*plajnng till he  li.tfi $87,   Then Iip o^fljifB iii.fm'J.hnnrl  ���. WHAT- ANIMAC^-SHY  AT.     '  Borne ot tho nituiiotui ��rom Whlofa Thej  ������ Yoitn^ horses caja ,]>a-led tipi to a sack  lying on the ground guffi.induced to paea  it by letting them smea.lt and find out  rhafcit really is a sackj and neffrthe Protean, thing,' whatoyeTj it may be, which  illusion  con j area :uji ^or thein;   Onoe  the -rid-iter saw a Ver^.du'iok, aiia pretty  iristahco of-experiiriejit by touch made  by a frightened pony*,, It was . being  driven as leader,in, a pony tanrXeta, and  stopped ehori in fromt of where, the'  rails of a steam trainway crossed the  roadr .It first rimelled the near rail; and  then quickly gave it two tapa. with its  hoof.   After-this it -was satisfied, and  crossed the line.   On the other hand, a  donkey always tried tov jump the.sh'aid-  ow6 bf,-tree trunks on. iberoad, th'otxgh  a similar' experiment!& touch   would  have shown that these were as unreal  aa the tram rail .was substantial; - lastly, no horse whieh bks'once. knocked  its head against the top of astable doorway seems>qutte-able to^getrld o{ihe'  illusion that thesre sits ,up in the top of  all ��� doorways an invisible   something  which will hit Mii' pgsm next time he  goes through.   Hfence ttie tro'ublesomer  and   sometimes   InzttxzhU,'  habit   di  horses "jibbing" when.' token out of the  stable. -        ; ,- f  This is &n obvioua instance of the disadvantage at which moat animals stand  in regard to means of physical experi-  MOYIB'S LJGADINO  JIOTEIj.  eiiay  PAINT  It Stands  Every test^you can give it. In the  pail, under the brush, and on the  house S, W. P. proves its superiority as a paint for painting buildings inside and outside. If you  want the best and most econom*?  ical paint cm your house use    "  SOLD" B't ,  The best 6'f acfcom'modatiWa  for the traveling public!  oii Bros., Props.  S'foRES-.XT CRASBROOIC.AKD MOYIB.  .   ' ' ' '  If  eoOB LiaXTORS;  < t   *., j  LO^B LAKE OtaAR^  SOHLITZ BEER,  At i.-' -  Writ^orcallon  tbb Only Wholeflafe  Liquor Store in East I^ooteuaj;. "  JE',  IT',  '.,1 ,\,^   :. <���...%.  i.   i !  Cranbrook, B. C.  JBUi'  y" ' -    . ,   d'oitEOTioi^s MoMjTfi made!; ;    "���  ���j, i.  s;,jr; WHlr&oiffiH  ���""' I"   ���     '���'<-! .      ..    'il      1       f. .  !p.ousq painteu-,r grai^ei:,  glazier... and .,.paperhkiiger.  AU wqrk..on",perfec.t 'surface gurairiteed^' Pritjes ;ac-  , ��%dirig " to... .quality'��� and  stock required  Moyie/ B: d  > B wiLibEY* l6d3b isTo. Il  .' !  M  Jleets every,Monday evening iu, tlieir  ift\l. PP .'.%'(<?rf*.f .street. ...Spjou'rnibg  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  . '*'��� .'���    : "' >; ���"<��� ���'��� r    i.>"   I.-1 *. ' .):    .-.,  W. L. HElfl;.N;ot. 'i." -!-'���?. '    PBAKK'-D-iNB-i-.'S;   8.  S&rfa UOI.f.IiST^'.j-siE^.V,-r*jr Jf r��lK��9A.Yt Fjd>l;  ~" ���       ^*w%*mnrTUm-rT-wc**jm*\'imw\ ���_______**-**_-*%  LO*  "HTF  CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL/  Pifnera'i Director  and -        -,     t "   t  Em^Slmeri  ' *  -  i ... i ,.    .   ���, ���.   ��� i . ���' i  Graduate of,Champioh  Opilege oi .the  tJn.ited'States;    .Uphol^leringiaud gen-  eral  fti'rnitufe  repairing.    Offi'c.e   and  store, Aiken's   block,' near  Can'adian  Bank of  Commerce.- 'Telegffi'ph  and  mail O'rdqrspromptly attended to.  .-.. .<���'���., ',  Crajnbrook/ B. O.  Moyie ..Miners,'   Ufii6n  y<...'.. . J..3lstc>: vi;,. .._���,  v��"'    c> -   '   ' - <        '���      y  Meeta m McGregor ball ev.csv, Tuesday  evening.- (* Sojotifning m'embcrs ^ard  cqfdially.incited to atteriii... Y    ��� ,  ':".'.      '.   \ y   '-    ^'        ' .���������-.,   .-^ !,  H.irrt. DmoOK,      - P. T. S&YIH,'  Presideni.  pgcreiajy,"  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in thg Moyie,,achooI    -  l|Quse on the first Wednesday  evening1 of edcli month  at  8 o'cfocl: sharp,.'  ,     .  ..    .- J. P. PARRSI.L,'Pre3.-    ���>.,'..,.  Macdosald,    Lewis TkoslsOrS,'  ���-    Vice-Pre's". ��� , Sec'y*  . .,eiNN|S % CO,  11>(    ^    ^ TVllOlifiALli A^D kE-l'AII,     r  MillT'    SCERCHAKTS;  '   '    "     f.   V   -t f ,.'���'   j .  ^resli and Cured' JM^Us,, !Freah  :Eislji (3ame and  Poultry..yWe  supply..only, tlie  best,    Your  trade solicited^ j -,-__       r -  MACLEOD,        '     .kJri^StEiSL^  FEilN'IE,.y.t.       - , ', klMJ^EiLEY;  .WAllDI-rE'n!,        ',\i OJRANBHOOK.  MOYIE,      P��Z0aitimcel'.     "  wtot&*m '  mTWr~~j!-wm  FOK   FINE -TAILORING. GO   TO  _v  \*,  r see a fellow go up against the   faro j ments.   The horse, for instance, needs  only feal the lintel td licurlout that it is  fixed and does riot ipoV^'and is not alive"  and waiting to hit him. But except his  lips, wliich' are sensitive, he. .has no  member with which ho'.'can inakre' this  experiment. Except the elephant and  the monkey, most al |he "higher" animals suffer from this iack.of the mcjtmj  of experiment. The w6a<rk>r ia, not tha t  thoy suffer from illusioilk^buttha^they  make so few miatakes.*-Spcct'ai>ar.  In the life of a modern husiness'com-  munity a man must beware'pf too much  wisdom',- says' the Chatitauquan. ' The  specialist ie ,the man who sneceed^ and  having once set his- hand to an occupation'one da"re never leave it .under penalty of failure in what he hos chosen an i  his life work. In the west all thL*j'v/a3,'|  diffefeht. Versitility was a necessity.  The successful man must know how to  do many things.' The gleanings of any  one /teld of activity were too small to,  aft'ord^a living 'of themselves. This f ac t  ���vvas accepted,by; the citizens of' the-  country, sometimes with" a grim humor  which marked the west.  bank up in Johnny Mack's oneuightand  he only has half a dollar to begin with,  and he begins td play the high card, and  I'm blamed if he don't beat every turn  through a whole deal, from top to bottom. At the end of the deal he has about  $16."  "iTow much did he bet at a,time?"  finked thc smooth-faced." 'dark-haired  if he beat every turn, ior there are only  25 (urns in a dea1!,*'  ��� ', Yft ���-   .(v Y  "Aw, say, you/re iOC particular.,   He  might have bet o, little ^iore toward the  last.   Anyway, hfe ha^labout$16;"   ,,  ''Did h'e. win a by mor^'br did hd lose  it allagain?" inrpiircfeTthe member with'  the flowing1 gray rrnu'slachfi    and   the  slouch hat.    '    \:     ' l" '  ."I really don't know.   I came away  just then"." '.'i - ;-!���..  i     "You must have beexs broke."  /'Why?'"       ';','.,.,'':'"'"  , "Else a team ^'hc-iins couldn't'have  dragged you awf.,Y*       ���'  ' Dh, I don't kac-^y.,, ^..guess IJve come  away.winner as, o/tpri, as^iqst pebple."  ("Yes, I gtte,&s ths^'i'q^oo!"-  .  .,<t ^,.)  "XaJk..aboii\-,if-tjr'jfg; ,qi;pke,V., resumed.  is&y  -*     r3   P  f%.  ��   k   *  doviii aid in ir,  So. 40GS.     ,  ^tccts 6n tbe last'fhurs.  day of fcach month'/ Vis:'  i    '       '     I    ���   '  Iting  broUicrn   invited  tiatteuu.  '     ,��������'���!,   ,-:-  ;    ,  ti. T. JicGREOOR, It. 3.  MEiiOHA^f . TAILOR,  Fine' Suitinge,   'Overc6atin;g  ��  ;���,,   Trouse'fs,   Imported0  G-'ooKs.       '.  &6^-IEi ���  mOmkj&itm.\v*tJaVe&9rm&M  B. O  P'AST. ,  Winnipeg,'  Toronto,  BufTalo,  ^0btt6iU,  B'OHtoti,  New York,  ���  '      .7  DIRECT ROTJ'J'E.'    ;,*  ���, ���  j  .' WEST. -  I  Kooteriaiys,  Yancc-u'ver,  "Victoria,  aeaitl'e',; '  ��� 'Portlad'ij/y  San Francisco,  y .* ���., j     i  via; Bod Line.  ST. PA CJL  CHICAGO.  Weafl^te'riafit.    G&uf ch  *;, , . ��� SE'RVICE^  Are held in fcacGfregor hWli each Sabbath alv'll.a. m. and;8 p.Iiri. ���., ,',",!  Sabbatli' school' and peato'r'a oibld  class at''3-'p. m. ,- , .;' ���'.';'' .'' ' '"'  Tho public', lire ;iu Tiled rt'e'd'^i ll" be  welcomed co'rdlally to eitch ands'iall of  these aerticGa, C\. B. OEEIG,  JOSEI'XI W.ETl;ER8TA.tJT, V+oth  Lager becl'sold  by the Keg or dozen  bottles'.  �����   ���*���<'   .'  r  -t,  Bottled Beef  in s��oc��. ���;..'  0*.t.3.de Ojdera Given Gtr'ict Attention.  vy  >>;  *��i,..a..s'����  "faro'hatjik for tlr-.e :irtya with only St"  in tlie bank roll.    5fo_wjrtc-, we had thr  jfeo of thc j'ooms a.nd ij.fi layout, but wi-  I couldn't get no money,'   so   we   .iusr.  All -jYteij States i-ointiv,  Through tickets td Knjjlatfd, tlio  con-  tinjpnta oi Aust/alla, Oii'Jnaantf Japan.  li^piirt      '/i^Ainrs'tno'viE  8:50 a. m. WEST,'"  .IrOOp.nr.. EAST  .'AWrivc ���  3:0tr. p. m;  8:50 a!. m,  *"**"* ^ *"^ ���**^'"    '**%4 *���* T��v <    :;- - ,-.,-*f v*.-.-..'^.. i-..,..-   ��vn w.. -Pagton:  -> ~ r- -*i . y  St. Eugene International.  BARBER SHOP AND      '' '  BAT.II;(R00MS.  ���   .*. R, STflte;; Prop.  r *'���  11 if��� r.s��mi  O!  I  A|>ply U\t lifitus, Jfupp, '1'ii'rjd Cisroa, Tickets and  Full Information to Nearest Local  Agent, ���    > ���        *..     ,  .' ''.      ''���'  &* Hridfir, Af/erft. Moyie,-    ���  ���di 0i tfE\t_M___.i  FINE WATCH  REPAIRING  TWENTY YKARS EXPJERIEyCSi:.  ^inci stock ,o'f; serviceable .watches at  reasonable price3. Just tb'e thing for  minere.   '  OprOSITE lCoOTJ^AY HOTKL. !  >.�� -*uiU.  ��� ������Residential lots $125 for,1 sale.  D,:y Elmer, .      '  , j. s. ujiKvkii,  bee : ���   J)i��i, Pass. Agt.  Nelson,-  li. J. COYLl'J,  ass't(>en. Pass, Apt.  Vaucover.  HE BON TON STORE OE MOYEJ3,  Call iuid sec' our  new' spring  ctock   of    men's   and    buys*  .    ,'suits Just arrived." ,  Ladle's and UnW tfuftifehiflg.    ,'  Sno itll <fe Co/A hb\i/ lot of Lies  Tiiey are beauties."  7.7     '  '   ���' MbYiEvB.'G.  QW YOUR   :     ^  P1CTUEES FEAMEP  Priest, the photograi  pb.er, has .just re-'  ceivedLthe finest lot  of    moUidfiig^   in  EajSj? Ko6'teJiiay��  ir. �� Prest,  Phologrilphcr;  Cr.mbrook,    AioyJof    JB'tii-i Scelo  Will Visit Moyie bri    ' '.'  Tuesday and.,Wednesday..  m.  m%  km  %8ffl  wm  Ti h  s&  ���\��s  gjv-^irriisi  i'i  *x  '\:  m  Aim  r1  I'll  ft   ^��  v;y  a  B*    ? t ���  Hw  ' _u


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