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The Moyie Leader May 4, 1901

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 --/  j'*      .���  GO' T-0" THE-  >*'<*VlB"PHAK3t-AO!Jr-,a:ooteDtty-Hotel bWsr,'-  Jb.4. SciiAlcii; Prop.'   -ettaiiicr-Druffgisi.-  ^OL.&ffO'3v ���  AT  GANN'S BOOKSTORE;  J&'i___��__a_^ ^A^LiSi^. ^St^--?&  -. I,|w<:  ri'ffi!  >0mei  ai_e  Your present wants and summer needs must be  met, and   wis1  do it by selling you the Empress Shoe and August Hose.  SHOE  iSSf*SJ;.1  >,V��v,..v',  1MB  MOYIE, B. G.,MAY 1.1901..  S3-A YEABi  HIE LMBEB- COMF1  Their  Mill  ta- Be, In-  , stalled at Once.  LOCAL    NEWS..  TWO   STOEY BUILDIria  It Will He Ei-uipped with   Complete ami  Ujl-to Oate M.lclilueiy���Cajiacity-  40,000 feet Per Day.  w  I  COMPANY.  ���r s  ^i^-^-^i_tld^___^_^i^^_^_Zi^^^z^i_S_ ^���^���^���^'���!_i<  Mk ��ti>.'WaP ^^-��CI>'^B&'^A|>t-4A^lj> ~*UXh -Ttfi- -riff���^ffitr ^r-*-><~'���?>^-r���-rf    ^r_____, ���5__-~__>ZFrr_i*zC~Li JT   M -  ^'^������'^^���^���'^'>*-^'"^';*��>v "^^nS?^*-  'CANADIAN.. BANK"  OF' C0M1ERC  f T "��� \ ' '  Paid Vp Capital   $&,d(^00'd.-     '  CRANBROOK -BUNCH.    ,-   ,     ..        HUBERT RAINES. JGFI  *���Jl.Ta<U��.'liU_'M  ii^uteA'Wi'wwnwiaMTMffirtw.r^^K  i_  , LN".-A. MAcK_N2tE,; Proprietor.   ' '     '  il'He- i Sotel-' for the% mksses.   Everything: First  . in] every .- respect.    Sample Ktfpriis for  Commercial Men:      .   ,  MOYIE, '; '     Bfitisfa 6diunlbia.  Oh-Tuesday last iVlr.   S, (3rant, 'one  of tlie promoters of tbe Movie Lumber  Co,, arrived in toWn  accompanied' by  W. W.(Trafton,   millwright,* A.'.  Cameron, Engineer, and E. C. Riley- y��rd-  niaster.   'The site for tbe new mi 11 "was  looked   over   and'   the   following day  men were put   to ' work clearing  and  ���leveling the ground;,   A car  containing tbe boilers  and  brick i3 expected  to arrive today,- and   as   soon   as   the  frame timbers are in place will be  immediately installed.    The mill,  which  will be fitted in a two   otory  building  32��1S0 feet ih ,sij.e,'will be one of the  finest equipped mills' in  the country.  It will contain two boilers with   automatic sawdust feeders having a   capacity of ISO horse   power,   driving, 125  horse power Waterfowl engine, having  a cutting power of -40.000' feet  Of lumber per day.    There will' be  also  installed a planer,   sticker,, gang   edger,  [lath and moulding machine- and   uu-  J tomatiC carriers'.  The mill rnacbinliry is ' being  shipped by the.Diamond Irou Work's  of Minneapolis and is the latest. and  niost up to date type".  Tlie installing of this mill will .add  greatly tb tlio development ot thc  lumber industry ami future prosper!,}*  of Moyie.' We wish the dew and enterprising firnl every siicdess in thoir  venture.   ----.'  Mr. and Mrs. T. J. elites left1 Wednesday for Spokane.  Messrs. M. and S: Grant were in  Cranbrook Thursday.  Mrs. Chas. Klinginamith-is paying a  visit to friends m-Fort Steele.  ' Don't forget that Reid, Campbell &  Co. sell hats.    Good hats.'  R. E.usticeof Cranbrook, a member  of the firm ot Hill & Jolly was in Moyie  Tuesday.  Mrs. J: IT. Hawke is confined to her  ILL   BE  EMDED  $20,850 Is the Sum for  S. E. Kootenay.  EGAD TO SOCIETY GIRL  jp*-m.mtmatm  ���Wstr^iuiisuriiiiiwiia  i__"2_2i_f,^_2;_2i��fi  t* - mwi j~iwBi^^srssW>* itttisBnHi&is 4dBft��nB>  ,��� ���**/>��!��.���'<����'>�����.�� >*��>.->*��,��� *<**,*^e��.*  _fr.j0>,jt-.J*r. _Z__*_\s<r.  imir   im   -\_m  nijni    ^nar '~nw~  mHr"���jTg*-*g**'^~~>��  Lal-t-e   sample   robiii   id   c'ohiiecliori  - with liouse for commercial men.   Beet  of accommodations,  Headquarters for ConimeticSd. arid iVlirifn^  Me'ru  ���moyie, b. c.  s__rsa^a3��2_3SE_��  mm  raw  km  wm  m  A\?-'~Jt-  Might be Equaled butNe^ei^  Eielled% any 50 cent fen  iiii JSartii.  fiirefe lb, tins;  Olid Fello-ivsi   Cblebrdto 83   AtliiH'c'rattry.  ,The S2nd anniver^at-y of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows was  celebrated last Sdnc-ay evening in  their hall on Victoria sti-eet. About  -10 rriembers of lhe orde'i" were pi'taont,  wearing their regalia, A special eer-  mon was preached byjhe^ Rev. O. B  Greig froth the 20th bhaptet of the  first book of S.utiuel.  After describing tlie  perseciitloii   of  David   by   Sadl   and   ilie   Wonderful  friendship of Jonathan- Saiil's son, for  DaCidj lie reibrred td the   coventlnt of  friendship   sworn   betv/cen   the    two  friends.   This   perfect   friendship, he  explained; led to that  b'roth'crley love  which was the great   principle  of  the  ordeir.' ,.A lo<4e ad perfect its to lose  all  thought of' self, and   tliink;   feel   and  act only for those who Were in heed of  their sympathies and  assistance.    Mr,  Grei�� linish'ed liis  dis'coiirse -by referring to the principle of  truth,- Ihui exemplifying th6   hi otto   of   the   order,  Friendslnfi, Love and Truth,    opeidal  hymns of the order were   stin^ by   tbe  choir, also atriinthem sting by a nuar-  tcte consisting of   the MisSc*]  Finiiiss  and Jaddish - and   MesSrG.    Cam;ibell  and Howard : Miss   iJ. A Pinniss  also  rendered the sold) Tray Without Cfcas-  iufl-    ji '"��� ~  ��� , ���'" ��� ;   -'^ . ���"������ -,.  'Jitnco :it Xtotol If.o'oiciMiv.  i    i ��� ',  A pleasant social hop was   given   at  the   Kootohay   hotel     last    eveniiiti  lled with a severe  attack   of rheumatism,  Do you want' to keep' your head  cool? Get a summer hut from Reid,  Campbell 01 Co.      \ '   ���   ���  ��� Messrs. Niederstadl und Riesterer  were vi&itora to Cranbrook tlie early  part of the week.  W. E. Wergin is improving his property by putting a neat aud tasty fence  around it.  For fishing tackle of all kinds see  Reid, Campbell & Co. Best stock in  town. ���'' '  McJjjtabon Bros, are improving'the  portion[of Moyie-avenue facing their  property and continuing the roadway"  as far as tne track.  , J. Gabriel Clerc; 0. R., is testing the j  optic's   of  tbe   people  'of   Moyiu    at  Sclniich^ drug store.  Bottled and keg beer supplied to  families' and fishing parties by JN"ieder-  stadt ��� Riesterer, brewers.  L. Lucas and G. H. Richardson', engineer*,* were down from Cmnurook  surveying for tlie new sidetracks for  the iise of the Moyie Lumber Co.  There -Will be an important meeting  of the Moyie Business 3Ien'd Protective Association un, Tuesday eveniner  ., ��� * *=*  at S-30 o'clock.sharp at  M. A,   Beales  office! ,        c* -"'       ���  ��"  F. T. Smyth, .coriipositor-in-Cbief Vf  the Leader staff, has been confined -to-  his bed for some days suffering from  ar, attack of measle-i. He is progressing favorably, and it is hoped will  soon be bdnvalesciiiit.  At a session of the license commission  last ' week at Cranbrook; the application for the transferring of & liquor  license from Geo. Went'worth to V.  Hyde Baker was granted, also a license  lo Julius Hurle of Tobacco P.aind.  Messrs. Grant ifc Sheady, who' have  the contract to cut logs on the upper  lake for the Moyie LdmberCd., shipped a half carload of grain' to their  camp on Wednesday. The load was  shipped Bn thc old time scow.  A meeting of tlie executive of the  Independent Order of Foresters was  held yesterday afternoon for lhe purpose of making arrangeraeilts" for thoir  anniversary balf oti Empire Li.iy.  Tickets! tfill bo re-ldVt By the e_tl' of  ner��t TV'eek.  .51.  L.   Hcllistter   lsavee   tcdaj--  for  pastures   fle\v.    lie   iinehdn" taking a,  >*e��rly .Srf.OGO Will Uo Spent in Ilie Moyio  Wislrioti���SoO 1'er Montli rnrlSxtru  School Teaclusr.  The following sums are to be ex*  pended between now and the 20th  June  on public works in-this district:  Oeueral    repairs.'. $4,750  General construction   4.850  Tracey Creek   j-oad   to  Golden  '    Fleece and Estella   1,000  Extension of Perry.creek road. . 2,000  Road, Moyie to Society Girl.. ,, 1,000  Road, Kimberley, to  Big  Bend  '  and Skoqkurachuck. '.. .-';. .-' 1,000  General trail construction   3,000  Bridge across Moyie narrows. . .  1,500  . "        Cranbrook ..'       500  ',     ' Michel creek . .:   1,000  Widening bridge, Bull riVer'. . ..      250  -,  Total    $20,850  In addition to the above a, monthly  .abiry of $50 for an extrjt teacher has  been granted the Moyie public school.  A- Mteetinjj; of1 Mine. Owners.  Denver,,Col., May L\���A meeting- of;  all silver lead   producing mineownersi  ha8been called to decide-what shall bo-  done abDut an Iron clad, con tract sub���  mittedby the  .American Smelting &_  |Refining   company.      Every   mining;'  {district in the state except vt-hero the*  product may be treated'by [mills;  cyanide   and   clorination   works,   as-    isi  largely thecase at Cripple  Creek, Willi  ��� be at tho mercy   of   the   trusts.    The*  trusts will have the   mines  producing;  lead ores by tlie throat.    The price  ol'  gold is fixed "at $10 per ounce, Wherea/j.  the trust Will receive $20.07 per ounce*  for���it.    The rates are based   partly  otli '���  thel-ailway,trcightcharges, aud aa   the*-  railways are going into   tlie   hands  oh"  tlie s-anle financial king3,  the  smeltetr  trust will be in   position    to   make  rebates on freight to-itself,   while  charging full'tariff-to tile miner;  An ore" containing $.30" worth' oh'  mineral-aud paying .f 10'per ton freight-,  will! pay. $17"' per ton- trealm'eult  charges,.thus leaving the miner $9:nek  ,out of which.to-pay the costrof operat*--  ing hi.-5-mine-and- profit for, himself,"..  Such a mine must close-down at once. ��  Thero wore- tibotit i0 ccnplca present,  who' had a merry tiuie. Messrs.  R. (Burncvi Wilson and Murphv sun-  plied the ( music and J. M. Lindsay  acted ns floor manager.^ Shortly after  midnight Auld Lang Syne W;i3 sung  rtiu^ the visitors departed for their  hoinca.  MfNlrfd QUOTATldKig  PY'lIi-lcli" of Criubrook.  v^t. Eugene -...'....  iVprtb Star. '...'.   Sullivan   Morning Glory. '.'  Morrison.    ....  American Roy  ...'..  in.    ���'. .     ,     ."���������������  Winnipe'X   wijrj'kgio..:.;.;.:;, V.  m  .05  trip thrdiigh the plates eve'nttially  bringing np',at the Pan-Americaii Exposition. He will be in D'enver Colorado1) May 27tii, at tbb convedt-ioh oi  the Western Federation of Miner**,  where,.!�� will represent Movie Union  Mo. 71..  Tlie _ast lvootciiny RugbV football  team left fer jMelson Uiis niorniii_ to  play tho return game against the Nel-  sdri ledni. Thc gMm'e is expected to  be a fierce one as both loams are said  to be strong.^, M. A. lioaie lelt this  morning for ITelaon AVitli tlie team and  will return on" Monday;  Postci'S niiiy, be   seen ardtind   toWn  calling thu attention of iab'o'ring   meu  to tlie Snllkiiihcen dis'tirct, whbre h iin-  '���' ' * i" ' ��� \        ��� -   .  peivrs there hug been   a cut   iii   wage's  aud   an   endeavor   to   import,   cheap'  labor.    It also iidvises laboring.then to  keep away from thc JVicltel PhUe irriine  cn^jO mile creek) 8m.illtar.ieeh river.  , Thomas Nimsick,   a   miner   aud   a  _oura of f raitti IWeetinfj.  A ' well   attended   meeting  <of   the  board   of   trade   Wis   held   Thursday  pvenihg at the   sard pit, rooms   of- the  Kootenay   lin'tl.    The   r[uestiou  of   a  scale of Avages to be? paid ou all   works  done   Under'   the   (supervision   of   tbe  board wds agairi disedssed.    It   seems  that this Question of ,wages   taken   up  by the board of trade has been  misun-  'xleretootl by  tlie^pTtbric."' The  resolution   passed   at   a   previous   meeting  states'tliat:$2.75 shall 1 be she- standard  wage paid by the board in   sitch   cases  where the board   has  tlie  entire  con-'  trol of the funds ' to   be  expended   on  public   works, j The" view apparently  taken hy the public is th-it   the   board  of trade is endeavoring to  control   the  rate of wages paid by the different individuals , of   the   tovvn.     Since   this  view ha.l been taken- it was suggested  that   the   resolution    be    rescinded.  After sonde discilsdidn last Wednesday  evening it was decided1 that the  resolution should be   allowed   to  stand   and  that an opportunity  should  be   taken  to express td thrJse ihtefested in   trade  that tlie board Wae   not,   and   would  notj atteiilp't in any  way  td    interfere  with tlie scale oi wage's paid  by  local  industries.  Referring td tbb $150*0 grint Uy the  goverhhient for the building of a  bridge acrdss'the narrows, it was su'g-  ite-ited thn.t n'ec'ossrirV staffs s'liodld be  taken to" insure that it sli'oulcl be b'tiilt  m siicli a way as to allow proper davi-  gatiori between the two' lakes;  noatlf.Marh, l/s-ini.'  Some time ago   there   was   a- conn,-,  mon-   complaint  by   prospectors   andl  mining men at   the   great' iuconven**-1  hmce of having to go to outside- towns,,  ��� to- record claims'and-assessments done.-."  Steps were taken to have a  oub- office,  in-Moyie, the resale being tbe-appointing of  ,P. t): Hope as  recorder.    \Vg;  understand'that a- number  of- claimcs  haVe been recorded in Steele from.thici  district, possibly from the Fact that It*.  does hot. seem--generally  known- .,hat-r,  we have & recording office iti. our tpwiK  ,We take this opportunity of ailv'ertie'=-  ing the existence' of tbe sim-v  ' Si. JEug-ouoi . ��    "  ^ Sin jo our Insc issue there  l.jia ' been-  quite a few more men put to   Work   in<<  the St. Eugene mine, and   it is   likely-  that.the  company   will   continue  in--  creasing their force.   In-  consequence*'  of tho increase in- the number   of- menV ,  at the mine, the single   shift   working"  iu the   concentrator   have   jfound-  ��� if*  necessary to'work   nn   IS-   hour   ahif'ft'  two and three times a wedk to  haridlds  the    larger    output.    It   is  probable  th-at before   long.   IW0'  shifts   will- b&  working at the mill and-thti mine ftGrh>  ing to its full capacity.  jJtoy'c At"a*c*-M*ort.s;  If was expected that H. Pollard; vMio  has the cdn tract for building the water-  worlre dam, would Hare conipleted the  work by tlie eod of th'b wee_. The  large volume of water now cdrhiug  down thc cteok has lidwevor delayed  the wo'rk, and it i-i iiot expected that  thc dani will be conipleted for !aome  days yet. The pipe is how on tho  way and h e.'cpected to arrive db'out  the lOtli, J low soon" pipe layiiiff \**ill  commence after its airiv.U v:ill hot  probably be known Until aftei' a irleet-  mg of the directorate.  A California Conrpim.Y.  Mr. Frank McQuaid,  managing director of tbe Maple Leaf Mining Od:;-d?'  San Francisco, -Was iu Moyie this v��eb$  for a fe\V days  the   guest   Of .his bid  friend, IJ. J,   McMahon  of  thb  Hc'tb.^  Kootenay.    The company -which   Mr:-  McQuaid represents controls 15 claim1 n1,  on Forty-nine creek)  in.  West Rroote-"  nay.    They Will be'    tliorotiglily   prospected   and   developed    dtiring    tiid" -  coming summer.  nipmber cf the Moyie imidn,   had  '���: v ir ������ ."':  '   ".   :   ��� i       ������     ( .  misfortune of having one   of   his  the  legs  Got ICt* llni Cn-iirol.  RoPGlahd, May .L���A cablegram  from London dtai.es tliat a controlling  interest ih the I.'c i*?oi hiirie has  been picked hp by a syndicate cf London; investors, prom'iti en tly identified ;  with the exploration dompanyV with their   trim  This whir account in a large measure   often soch fit all  for tlie rapid advance   in  the price of  *-,-.\.!>iJ'"<i_>  l if. i'--j' f,  IMS!?,  ^*>��^  ��,\, ."i *ri,  ; '-ffrAW  i'y.ym  - Jrsl'^Kr  ''k^M&iCJkCJZJi ll%_%���&2^33��$^  ll(,'.'->.'~-.r^i/r ^v;  >. r..tji.*r^ 0.vvtt-i.id-c.  i   -    .t,. r  'JTIie Society UlrK  Tim JNirtell was down troni the" Society Girl hist Evening, He informed  a fcfrresehtative of tlio Leader that  they.had b'eeti' ground sluicins and  h-id uncovered a ledge o'f solid galenrf  two feet wide. As oob'n as the sno^  haegoiie Work will piobalily be Ve-  suthed on the propei t^-. ,  .   ���   . .>      v-      ��� '-  ADUttlO^AC   TJOCaCS.  D\ J. ;)ohnsod l'jft for Mich'el Tliur-5-  tliiy.  C. A. Miner took & trip' to Cranbroolf  Sunday!  F-. J. Canri rettirncd f'vom ]!Velsoil  Sunday.  M.A. Be;tle j*\*id ,i visit id For,-.  Steele this \veek.  during the Bright ant. calhi weallier  of the past wool: Mr. ,i\ AlcUdhald ha.  been doing ji steady business witH hi?  lioatP.    these beatitifhlly   built   boats  sails'   may  be  points   of   the  lake)  tacking here and ilierh   Ii Ic  mosq[ii it-  well   be  Isl'c\7 1'orl'r, May .?.~ ".bar .silver,  59-V cents. Lead,-. price for .miners  andjsiiieltcr3,$-iy7^-at tbe close. Co'p-  ppr, brokers' price. $17.00.  London', Alrjril :.6.���ijead ��1V, 5s.  >>"   the 700 foot level when a mass of rock  jCarne:dd;,��?ri and criishetl h:a right  \c%  Juat above thc ankle.  S-.'-.i    i v nqtici;. ..,���..  " Uotioeif hereby given tlinU liiivc liceii ill-  CMui't��*il to'collect all bills and other debts due  lo Win. Mills, somi'tiine leasee ot the Cosmo  jlobtan hotel, Jlov-ie. AU i.nrties indebted to  v\ in. Mills will pica .e coniTintnieate with me  loviliwith.     /   *��'. MCWls THOjIESOX,  MoylejMftrcbtOO', >j*i  : .(: -������-..    - ,   vj-,. n-���,i    i,     _ ^Thos, Rrttler and situated  about   three  r    ;r7r~.       ~~; j riiles west ol  town.    Mr.   Leggett   rfi-  Cases tor tlio Aaciio. ���  !���,���.*,      o .     -, .    ���       , <=fvb   i'-  rliiVi^li -   ���.,-. is*        j porU a line   snowing,   there   being  a  j .ee are five cases on the cr.nhhal, ledge ^etweon 3g amJ ?j6 ^ ��  f*l   on   TZr   Wh]ChTU   ,n.   6?PP����^W.    While in the di��S  x.el&on, on    Tuesday   ne^t.    Two   ol   M[,beggeU ^, tio   assessment work  these are EastKooteri'sy cases; tlie  6.  P. U. figuring as a private 'fcro3ocutor.;  on the Iron Mountain chim. o.i ted l-..  J. J. MiirplH''.  i  J",  r..  I i  -f.  V  *.  ��� t I  i  ' \\  , \ ���  8'  ?r  r  1--  !_fi_^ra___^^_-y- ��� ���  ���~���r-t7  ;-.��:  ���-V- M- -...-���. *~. ^'^'r^TTti-r-'TrirnTrrr? -    *������ t? ��-r.i-< ;\ '     *      ,.?.-,- ---.-.     - -. -     ���  -----        . -      -"-  :  iiilj .Ml-! jy   x.'L'iiULih     '':sh-::y.-icL.j..-.i c,; t:if:..y.fi:i re.j    ^-'^      -~'     --������ A> !_._*&    Looi    \J%��-tJ-l    ��*?�� ^"XKT  9 JL-^-Tfe ,<���"_ iCM  ^V-Y;.r!, Y;   _ '       -  -  .*.i.l ..:-..   !,Yr    :���f^ ,,,1   L,s  been ���    , ro��TSTm.E<B.�� | . JlVC? VV      *U UtJUiS  yanr -;Ti:i.,jr,r. b.(;  ilt-rvej-, .-.rr,C.'ir{.3i' & AJemnficr,  rrr.:--"in, p.. ij  /r-i.UG d; KTji-riOi'j;Ki'' ar-:  ��������'���  r lV'jb!!yy:i!.yi'th - ;-,% ;-t.-i <���; iVf. |:CQp].y ni. .,;;:.,riio:" cy ro marry.    The re--o-|'  y';''/'Of.Moy'ie:-i:u'l I .irt IVntcrny. lutj" ": J'::   Y('*!fr'�� wi.'of:;   .-ucb   woikf  ���YYYhj. r���.    !". !,;,,YX "^���"':'"''''''"'^^"o-!':��^ CjBarristers & Solicitors.ITOjL1_T AKHOLES,  . lMl'ii;n"-."l'!*)pv..i- i-rwl.* i..-:,i, :... i..-:.;.... i'i ___y^___f^^nr^^-^ ^^^^~.-^~u u~v*m������:������r^r- -      ,  JUST IH  iifs'iiinu'v.-liKtev.T tod-* wiili irdividiral1! = -OT^~  77:.. Vy. .'������ K.jTEn - r *t;-  ;. I . '���.     ' . . .' - ������''��� '���  'OjeTpei..:,-!,,...,  ..: ��neii  7m7  ���'���it:i;i-.--r.s:.,.!  ���:.;.*.',.���  Yy Y*YnfI).V     MAV   J. 1001.  ^���"TITT���"?*/* '���'**��� > *-*     ��n>TWV*m��r-��  "Y'ent<rpn.-e,.      The   resoftif,:;     a*j    it; MmlrU? CtOCi��  i stand.* ���.*- .*om-'fhn3g the town m-iy well  ���feel piondof as it,   means   iho  se'img  iof tin- i-:.-m,r.y <-!" p>iyin�� a g, f.d   ivage'  ���for all wurl: done in the  town   bv   ChY  i j i '  ;,,:;..,      -. t ��� I ifii*.ip<-- - men o: the   town.    Il  i.--  fj.-'  ;;'.��V'?v::y . iV-U.^-io hci'b'oi ' d '-i:'.: 'b'^ iiropo.*i'il j iV.,,* [i10 n.i/^iii'on of l!.c iio.ird' fo in- j  ���-''i:''^/"jl^^'-fe - v*^/^ ���''i- ^���iil.^vay.'" Ij e t W oo ri I'u.' Otitic and ��� Johl-; lerfere with ilu- v/.ige-i p.'.id hv anvone,'  y7|''0Y|7Uy.> Ci* '4W-ill-:.bp.hhiIt m  thi*  no   di.raut  fu-! cLc, nnd any i-jpuft;  to   ihe   coutrarvi  i.i-^./irf^--,,,,,j -������;.. ���.-!-. ,'.i..  -..,-, * ���       arc v.'ithout   fouudalion.    The   lattcY  tbe wages pi id on :��II woihs,   tbe   bei  1���   19  '; PATENT MEDICINES,  j OFFICE STATIONERY.;  6 6 H 1 ftP fl   '      1SOH003L; BUPPLIEB.  Ji.J_ 4.4. *U'4���� JiA ;  CEAN.6BOOK. I  P. D. HOPE,  !:.Vf!|(��Yyy,Vy.-re!  y^yyv-'  i/.iily market price;  by   v.'ire  from Spnkane.  MTeck tiss, fancy sox, white and colored  starched shirts, negligee shirts, underwear. Men's felt hats in' all shades  ana qualities.' Ladies' Bailor hats  children's hats.  T. E. MAHAFFY,  CORNET. OPPOSITIC POSTQFPJCE. 'v  ;:.,,y:   ��� ,, .. ,   , un.    iv.ijjl-*.  ��J 111.   u;j   ."ii   V,lli;:S,     lilt      UCl-  ''      The ;]i'rovinci il     -ro-.i-i-iiinnit     Jias   .  , ., _ , v     ,   ,   ,.      ,        ,,   ,  V--:-:,  .-7't.,  V   ��� ,     .' ,.,      ��� ti-i lhe toivn'of. jVrov;/.*   will   b.'.    Die I 7    " : ������������-:? '������ ������������ ���-���������    :������- '������:������ v        .. biuind?a men apprt-ciaiu tin.-; fact, aui!; I_��j VV lb   1 JCLlJi-i IS UiW-  *j'-n!     ;,  :      .     i . .   ��� I .      -  fevY'; Y   V"��������� -.7-Y   ' ���'   ., biiiintifs men apprecjaiu tins fact, am  Y-;y*V7VVVi,o ;'ncr:eaSfi the'pod tu:: at th:;   p:'c*-';nl    ���, ���    , ,, ,       ,    .,    t  -.Y'YV7VV:YYa   ���,,'-' /r1 ���       J< K i** only   n.anral    that   ihevbhouid'  , ''"ii-'.-'^'trA'-'v-���- ,,'^'\ i- *ir*i*[- ���'       '.-. ' ���   ,. - - - . . " ]  ���!!yj:&|Y^YY ���-''!'-���; ���'  .^'w^c^gm^OT^. j ivi*-n to give o.vure^iiou to their   -renti-l  '"v'*���;*''���!i"*���'4���, ''v^^erHiij^per  r-^j**:    "One  fourlhj ",euts- '     ���    I  ^<^*"^ws.��j'r.-��-  r^^^.*-.-*r,o^-_;J^*"���*'k7i��._rsKTu  ���GO   TO   TIEK  ^-.T3ir.f.-rnrw����.*r-^-��er  ��w'Ja c��e��.Lnart.j��^  CK  ^;,,>;fYYyq  ���.['.I-.-, ir.Si;5-V.?v: ���:?:-.'  Xotaky Public, Acccux- j  XIEJ)I-:L'STAi*Tf RU'A'zTFJUCJi A' Ci}.  Moyie*  W. E. G-Ull'D.  ���.cm.-. r.ir^rfc^A"-,:'''' ���^���l        ��� ��� .-* ���       - ,. -CTeCTn����-a:;.��,SjJ^;:;r,  :^i���Htlp^yilW^ (y-nnany j             iiw~n_yl>o!:' ii7����Tantt.  ^lliilti-V-^ iusumyently  om-|     According to  ,i  recent decision, o;  ;!;|!Y|?K|||i|^^0y^ '                I ^^ Montana supreme court, an ownw  ���y|^pl|il|-;'7'^                             "''-,-' , j in a mining ��� claim    cannot   he  com���  .���:ffep!M&t^-v.-'.'Rhoe'n]x-ii:;-I?ionc*ir:      ri ho geuor.il!     ,���  ;,     Y  ���l!S:'MY?yy -���������V^.-yv71. V ���:���,''', ...        -   t ,          .,! pehen  by  hu   partners"   to   work, tin-  .���,-'%iifei.'<3S":^^ when;  it I     -                        '            .                 ,  Mm$$cm,A^-:,v                              ./,. ,    ,   mine or ^conrnbute   tuianciaily to  Us  ���.:ifefY':YV-7f^!���:-:', y-.--. :������������;��� .  .     ,.       developinent, i-vcculmg m   the maltn  lllp7p7Yv'';the,live,bus;n;:83 man  a^i-^fcif '��.'*: th.s     - <t , * _P .   i       HAianssiAi, souciyoi:, j;i'  :v|;:||||||^^^ V1 j ft lIiciiLMiual asiosrimeut.    Tfson:.-of; . r,       '  : PSSSflllSlfYvi^V^^^ tho owrK-;.-. d/;t'ic!e to���evuloii>.  dtvelni *  !^pfe|fe^:^t*i^eiMt^m all   tho  ha: J   coal, "'"'".'"1>; other^vh > cm not  wi.h  ic  >Y'SiilYl^fi^^ Ii^*!:ye]!e:'   all ''^^He involved in   thc cipsnao   ami  !;MllY-;VheYH to  ,<���:t:,il   the "^'^��"�� be forced lo hear lhe ,hare  \;-:'i.^'ri;.v:^.,'.:!**f;-i1-',;'(;'i.-'i.-.���':.''������: :'..-:';v: ..���;:���' ,.-- / ^  !y(?7te:#7l!'YVTnir';md.'-,ya'te-p;'vvill .'. >on he in 'order.���  ^��= ^ rorooio ��� i'iothing   Lager iieer,- ftorter. and lofty  ���'-* ��-  �����!�� *J ������       ������ %/     JJUAa. ��� ' ' *7*"ri fft        ���) ' y 1  - J  icrir^'m-fai-^fri .    kb^.-....-. ,��a S _ _ _  _._���->!* *  ���p    r��  ^_3L-I, ^5i^Cl|i> yyj Holly  i^or yuor o Jim. The inrse* t sir*ckflin j duality, not excelled in the country  "Try '*�� and  En�� K-''ol.cn-     "      !'. '       ���"'ba convinced.'   ������   *     " .*"'.   "'  ��� ^litYlte-'^y "'" ':'-'''"i'''"1' '���"��������� ;  -:s:y:7|!75;.l7*YfeV':  tho ownvri* dt-cide to���evplou>.  dtvelnj  and (.o_uip. othe'ivv.-h j du not  wi-jli to  .d  >  of   Jio   t.jt'iii   cout     that   would     bu  prnuurti >/.��au. to hit, interest.  Fnithi-'r,'  if v"u j* foiiiifi u:u\  nroiits accumulate  f.the inactive parti cr can   demand   Ida  REID & CO.,  CRANBROOl  V,. C.I  r**urmert_Gaaa*i_<-v'*_A-a nnutnuctx^nrarsui  E,A;ELTOF?'  i  ' j!' ' WWTO '������ 'SAfw  t^  f*$5M��^ ,���.     ,r    -    -,    ��,    .tlie lnaclivcparticr can   demand   his  y irMfes-.rY!' ������" tr-Cascaoe.'-Record-    Tire Movie L>* m:-   .  ,        .       *  :h?!!^??Yy S7Vr!.:r'i;7vy':-7"v7'V".-!,-':.    , .      ,.,,",.        .'full sha:-of tho not   rebullai and   emi-  r-ryifepYfeV^Yap-'orninon .Mist  Kr-ot-    .  .. ,  1 Ylfe!|iS!f$,:.'���.C':i;:A-:CA-:Ac,      Y     ., not be enarged   v/ith   any  oi   the   i-.\-  rf,fr*4^^!:'.MKiy^;forvwhiei!Vv--hu'.il   jjalrops   snow _r ^  ���Yliis|Y:.:7'.S';-'-;,.7-:';:7,'-7 . penst-a ui exploration and   etiuipment. j ^vrajy  '���'r\'WSwW$'$^ i'.ilionage, j ^    __/_  ,__*'      ���        j  yli|ililli%i:sY!^ ���    '"    Abouf .vmofh^fi. !  'xfli?iYY!;'r-^sfcenKC':"'Y^ 1���-�� Amelhysis are found in   many parts ��� ^ U1,l/ ��b  M^tB^t^ra,,Ul1'   t0  Jn^^oloilhi.-   .ii.no   forunl.Pi* .tlie   Pacific'  'illlPli^^f^^^^^^^ li!i'I"Yoa,t   r:ro   taken   frvn-    looaliiie'a  'm  :/$^mM^^BMM^9m0nirnd.^   lc!i^   Beaver -curmlv,   .Moniana.    .Some  of  :Vffg��Sif^ the-em-, lound h re   -wo  i-cnorted   to  vlilsl^yEY^ -ak0   nl!;re   bel:.e,;!1|.ti'u-.-s.rrUm.d4ou"ti.9  con-  p|^��y,;;V|i,.:r:;:;.,.yr:r...!7:'7!^ t T (  l'^#i^-^f6YTHcre?ijsysoih^ anionc-t  the i  SJ51(3fer/l.'-:-J.-,J.i 'Si/-:       -'I-!    "',-....".-(.;.���   .:..-..:     j-    ���. *^ ^    ,,!���  Commission   and' Insurance   -  Agent. t  2TJ':W   VOI.'K LIFE,  ,LOJNT!UOX ANJ)'LASCAfc!IIJRE.  Tl-r(EXIX OF I3^00KLY?J"    '  JL02. DON 31 UTtJ \J, FIRE  Insurance Oo.'*-  'illVfe|j   f. i>- U s   1,]/ y '<-^  OZsVnijr'  eles  ���' "R    /*���  , C: P, HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  0PHCK���VAKVrJAj  'A-OC'X.  MOYIE, '    Uritish Coiumbia.  dm & -dollii  1 I* I ' -n^-*  /., , i ^^^^.    ������^���^.. x.-w**-~ -��-.���'.,* <-..' *. *��.-35.>-:5y$ij?%o.;55j'  .    c; ���'  '    '��  j ThianHotdlis New. arid well EurnisHed. '" Tne 1  - ��        fables are SupBlied 77itla the Best -the &  ���|     ��� Market ai��ords.ffThe. Bar is Filled with I  v; | - '!   the .iiest -Brands cf J_iquors .and Qigars. S  '-, BUTCHER SHOP.  grrsrMP!as��agTggimrjL.mB��mo muaomecr an  ���;- ������.' I :**i*>S,^*i' i* '���':-s"s-' "'���'."��� ���"���^���"- -L �� c^o-;���--. j s ',v.; so m e -- ^ tu J k   anion gi-t   the;     ,...'-.  ^���Wm^^^^^Mio^  of   closing   their      - ^ ='���u-vf,>'Sive'' ^ aI?   l^'  Yllpflp^dres^Yoyidolyevery _v.u[7 ' ,',���-   ^,!,s ll"1" ,::^"  ^���'^eribed   for 3Ioyie  y!piilliy:hguiie;�� Tiiit,\voi!ui;^;lti;nvunclj(;,"111.,rtay sL(Jck .wil1. bel  V'!lilill|i::l):rdvoY-yreatrlifioiyto' them and ivonld ! ?i"'"-!: l-) "'!':,} Pi> LliC'!r ���jl,Jlt's' ou 'M^ !  'll^ivlBft!'vftjji':Pr9!^*^'.*v;iir9a.*-;.-^^��^irV*-��' 11^oiti and would .,',"',  ;; J If ftf |lv#fe^ thy :  - !^j J-.AUL'OXALD,  iSeoretary,  "< jPppii^^^^-^'J i[SMl   #!|lia| ���!!!:5>v5!y7.-;'YYY-Y--: *    _  ireii^ifef^rYK Y'Dy''Ryrh!eithe7denioei.iticcun'!Jdati      r,M . ���     . . , . .  : Y;;!itM'!l7SV -���":' V ���.'"���' .-''-'Y-V" l '-"' 1-'��-l ���'Ompleie health report 01  :...pSK.M%:^ j  Y    - ?       Uit-continent of Xorth A rnrrica.    a J  :#lMltsis:VaV'?il*5y'0''J'.Ul'unks.  :-Itut*..:!   ui   art'i'-'tm''   ,    ,-,       -,, .,,.-.  ,* !I��#!I��fey. ^y-.^7:,:-'-V::j;,..:!:7.-:-'. ..,.,.     "   U"'c<l    "iid^t   scon.-ry    unrivalled   fo  :firti��                                                  ]nt;ic !o('k'M''Yr,.uriue:-       Ti T<_    Tm^y,^    1Tni  7 lillltatoie --proposes !tO'hiive tlie nolii'c  ijflie r*':,,., '   ..    *."   .'*"Y.  iriilt-ynr*  ��I<it S:M*;:ig;.";.  Tl.f* r.io.*t compleie' health rc-ort on  City ' Shaving," Parlor,  '! !CEX"TEAL ' HOTE_.  ' ���      '    ' . .Movie, R. C.  Send Your Work  *r--i , ( '  To tlie^i^^^  QUEER'S  AVI��.\ri;E.   -  "' ''fish; flesh  AND    FOWL '    '���  OF THE REST ()TJAL1TY AT LJV-  J.XG T'-'lCRS.   '  Lqu^T���. ,.a,  Aff-NTS   FOR 'fARST'S ��� MILWAUKEE BEER.  HEADQUARTERS  FOB COMMERCIAL  ��� ��� AND MIMING &i2M      .    /'        '-  6  a1  jt>  as  ���'iy,, .  A,  URITISH C(��L<?Ml!r.\r'|  *i  /  '1  i nves-(or  PH-iil ���' PROSPEOTORS'   EXCHANGE:  ,xo. -i k.-v.-.-(j5.  hj-jOCK, .NX3���!��ox. i:. c. '   ;;.  Gold, Sihvr-lead and Copper mines wanted ut-tboEXOITAKGE' ij  FR��!?b iJILLING GOLI> iiropertifs wanted at onco'for Easten- 'f*'  -''���'-������ - c "' 4--  i,"  ;i|yt4^!>tr^nx!tp:th riecm** Iriri  i/iMi. i^'i.v.-, .  Ilipi  :��������� i!l#l-lM -YAv gooilchhati-i nidei  ::l!!^8fttSS;?yi  !;phem in the lockup j ,r���nfhl���,     TJfJS   i/,JjCyox    1IQV   ".    ' Y    y-   - - mmw  ��JUIIJVJCl_<CX^?T^TUXJlL',_L'_.L',-fll.*-��'-C  -piinss, Airow Like, 13.   (T    Re.shibnt    , -  phv;-ician and nurie,    Boatin'- fishin" l ^"here if   will  be Done' Satidfactoi'.y.'  ......  j ���_._ r,.     . ,1. l!.  Jfi$|Y;!iyeverw  :&teiat--C:$H' :;-.:  #?||7V'Y''v'  .  �����a>r^��r.-aatitf3Sst3#a.iwa��a��ajc  p"is.re!jaf.ed.thafc:acyc'.itne Klondyke  ii*ixU' i juiiir.'d.   dlv.j n.'i"oruiiis" i.r. !  oiielc-L.*  . A! .i-At: - .'(1 *-i.l:'ij.. .1 ��:,, ',j; v.    .Vii-iri-ss .via  ai.er. .V:!. C.T.-tfin lildc;,. ci/jr-nrro. 4-1.  .votIck.  MOVIE DAIRY.  . Fresh new milk delivered to all  pnrlP'oE town twice c day, Biltiofac-  lion gtMi-antoed.  IMrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop.  f-FW^'-'l  ���������''   '"'"'���'"���' ���'   'f 'iy"v- * towit:    .*>oiiili-.v.^r  i-orniji- iwi*i   situiirod  tpiilYfj;g|7M0 7 3TOUr   \V|u*l-    ���  The    ,in*\ver    came j ab.-.ut ono half mil.' ii.jiiiii��*i-  of  .�����!<)> jo   n'vur   ^T!^rs^i!?!^^Sr^^2!2_iS^r^2^2SS!S^^S^:  '���rlimSyS!hact- promptiv :;!:"y"i:'    t ik<*   it   -d! ��� !'>-i-*:'Ik-ik-* n-wiii '-iKfli.r.ai,  ti.oi.r-. i-n*r {*���)!"  [I|p'#^ montii- mon!Yl;:!;;:s.,;i;;:!'"-?tl,s0t,"m'-' l!l"I,f-(; -.v.m ^��:pfl9T r'nnyp^v  mirr.u  Y^rWyyY--      'y.       ���.���,.������'���������   ,  '     '��� - .i.-iflii!*-ioi.l....-t.'Oii-u?!iiiH>tirviiir-:ii. , Lit J !    h-jJ I ElllH *     JJJjl !L| {  .p-M||:.':,:|f''.:,*-^ i n. ji. m.�� itriy  rf;YII^':'VY:': ��� ���, '���r-    --- ��� .. ���.K/iMRTlfi'i'    p    r*  /|r'i^i':fHri)(.-'j .-.':<-:     ��� -��� -���'    ��� ���      -,' - ��� ������       -. ur.i..ji.'.,ijejiij lt.   o.  I^feyll'!''''������':r^Ring'old Record tell* nf the m,ir-  6TO::fB:Page'Pfia'Genteryille' �� nnplo to wliich  Brend drdiyc-od  to any part o   the,city,  PIES./QAKES MB |TC,!  .    ' * '        *  s i i  i i>  , Always on Hani'i.*.  A. SLINK",' Prop. ,'  i i  IF YOU ASE A     ,  tJU"OG\F, ��_^*?P"!'fcj:'iK^~- "    '  or* jriOMKfnc axji iMroiiTim  PIPITS AND TOBACCOS,     '  Ci li xnd, examine iny   n'-w  {���lock and yon  wiij bo   convinced-that 7 hrs-.v-ihc   hYl  brands there are in the mar  "     kef.  D. ,!. ELMER'S   Cigar   Store.  '���V-.-'t floor (o Kootenay ITotG]. Victoria *-trcec, jUoyle. E. C.  1( - yaaicd iiavinir; mining property'for-sale arci  roiiuested   lo, -*"ud    1*.  ;..   sar.-ipWof their nre to the 'KXCJ^A'^GE for uxiiihiuou. ' ���     ,      ,';  'J W_e dpt-ire to hr-ar from .prostiectorY who have   promi->iii;��-   min-  $  V   era} claims in Briiidh Columbia, -��� ' ' ,-:[������  *jj      ' ' Prr>.*=poc)ors and minin-j; ipen are  rcotirsled   lo   make thf*   EX-' '%  ^'..C1IANGE their headojuu-ten* whin in Nohion. . '        '    %  :Y5-    ' All .--ample.*; should h", sent- hy expre*>55, PicEPAlD. -   ' '*  I    -"j , Coiic/zpundcnce nolioitcu.    A-Ulr,^. ,-U ..-nmniuiiicalion-*r-to  ' U  j , tl    ' ' A % & **&��' *'- n OX&XB JSftGmti  1   ���$   ToleplmV.rVKo. I0t. P; 0. Bot-: TOO. (    '    , - NJCLROtt, IL.3.'    ."���"'-  7-y.v."A''."-*;-- '*---/���:--. a>= /.������/,*>;- /jr-zc/-/.^-A;. 2;*r7.^ /^.">i;-v  *lvrv<js--Aj*:'T.w S>'j'-i.*i-^-z^":i-  .aie*j.grgisn��m3.f��-wg i ��� i ���-  i". i,i��.wcneui.iuiJi.ju��.         , ,., ......h, ,- ,, ,  ,.,, ,,        ,   . . .. __ ^  -.���* *~-���^l*,.^~W_UW^M^_^,J*>*___r_rr_ ^....U.H,M.W.,I..K '   ?^-W   ���/\���  I il ~ Jt* ? f  Clothiag,   Gents'    Furnishings,'  Boots, .Shoes, Hats, Gloves,.Etc,  COME ASD _E_  U6  VrcTOKM A-vk ,  Mor in,  t;. ������  ffAWI  WIE & BRENTON  ;.-|j^||;'i|ife.grpom;invite,U    on!   ,i,.:,l   i  '��� llfliy!Y7'jn;:the Eon.tli end' of ' .MosHt.-o   ci  ���;- s*pi,'i:"i*i.' ���"  XOT.C!'.  Nij'.IeJj i-. h( -.-A ;   '������-�� i:u U.ct  1,   lU-n J    I'.; K'y,  .   ,           ���'''������".     n-t  :,-l .'i>:;\    i,'n-.s     Mfi-i d**,-,-    to  ��'    " '    - r-l-i.-'io iii.   rni.'f   i'���u:iii. *i.>iu r c! '.mid  ^n��l  O'.II:!','.    ���'''��� !;i f'" *l -]"���('.' 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W^;    .    ^;^Vy^t^-v^^s?,^:^ p,  lOT-^r'y^,bu-,?.?-,'iheP.Iiospeclori,cluini   that  5^    ��!1   s^   ?�� ��, nlj   ^ fe rf-^ljj ;M  7]M(|'':������' y t'liey.s^9ulciIiil'v��',sonio'vh it or ,1   mon-  y ; opoiy of, the   work,' ^seeing    t!i,,t   llny  !'! pay an annual license-.    .\v tuexphiit-  V ing the. hills   in' search   of  miu-rnl-*,  -.they enjoy all {.heintti'ud..' li-'-v   -i---;,  ;|i,Vy';-bht they'contend! that   w)K}n  ���:-CA  .:y-:r.l  Orders *3o!!o.tc_.  Soda Writer  a.iii Sypliens,  nn ^3;?:! 3  fj r*M?.  \i-W\.iu\_Jil >  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMIPTG-  ���ALSO���  BAO-'Arric,     Exr;,-i.;--.--    .\::i)    Gi:nkkai. |'*  J ,;  DJjJjIVKI, ���/'.     ,  MOYIE.  >^r^/^j>^er^-tj>^jy.=^^rn(--^^iiir-M7t--rr*iTy-rj-^  T, V. LQWNEY, Proprietor  ..Miners   lie.-dqu.irtenj.     Good   uccommodatit)n*-   for   trivel.-r.*-,    .JBeU   ivrr;..  liquor? Mni^cipnrB kept in stock.  Lake Shore Addition  ' .MOYIE, B.C.  ^���vjm^^wrti/^t^jttcCKmx-'^ZK'���Tt^rj'^iav.v'r*  -i"' *vv '-v* '<��������� iiv-* 'Vs"' ^v- /y- *!->~';c-   <���-.; - v.y.  <*���;���-   Vjjsy  I -4*1*  -rfr<iT*r!r<  ... /j .      jj  vr ^*ir  -v   ..'"���iN   *-|iv>  Ss ���>  cTs. -.-i-^Ii.  ��<i>S-iOFO Li 1 Ah i  HOTEL.  1    The   only   1k:u**c   in    En.*t.    ICoolwr-y  ;    b'.--i'(*'i thi-ot-.-^liiiut with hot.-ii'-. :  !'":[���*- eiass in , cvrry   ;���<-:-;).-ft.    Xpcci.-'!  r.-'li.-. '���) hrvd'M *-,    Good s,'!.:.-:.-   rofiin  !    fi.'- '"omnn,r."ial ,'flOl!.  I!i]!-o".",i'i p! 11:,     l J pen   i.iy ,.t:il  ;���;. ji. sr.iAj,;, !-,o.��,  10 -1, i  ORIYBBROOIL  -t-J.   V_.'-  1  i  iT* ,  ' ',^>W^'^    TfiAOE fV?ARKS  <"!;v'vJ ������\-'3';<;;:,j'*y DCEIGMS  ">i"' '!',   ment work is to he done (bev ;-!(��� m  j cr.1.    '      .,  j  l.lV.'l     1   1   1 1 '  1 (i</:i   -1, if   ',  -   '3L"I'.  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' \     -'   ' -"' \i f '. _      -    -        1   ,  ,   ("ff-iii   /"'..vlf  ��_$_ '������     -���'5|--!'! c.ii. or'ice.* nnd   ro,>ii -,   i-.* \,,.,;-  i  " '���;*   ���> -   <     >��� " ���:-.  . ��� " -.   > o .      i-i'ices &iV_2& '  and   Orders  Tsiken cm  Evcrv tiling  In the Printing'  GVyiy  *^f9^_ej_r_<c. v-_rJi*Ej J*���KSJHf��*.*.��J( ���(��������?�����_����������-��j,��l. ��1  Or ^ *���-" v A^ \0   �����������  -1- jta1 ���*-����� k��jr.K^af>j-*�������� #��^yy jiwirus*-_*->��. ��-����� meir-,. i Wwi-i,jb.o��i,��ni  men evil, prices nnd   ro.'i 11   !��� -^ a,,,.;,-  y:.'yoy,  ijine at. xne  i  1 -: ^ ^ fiTl ff�� n- "r"-'",' "''*��� '��� r"< "'-'  ji p] r ��y 4 *J y~ ��n ;-5 ^ fj M N s   i  ;  Eta ���**-' 5 a" i*^* i_,^i 4 ����� "t. r u    V    0 Kv V-tv     !  ,\  FOR F-iSTE  ~i"?     n p"'i ;���  ADDBSB.3  IL>  �����'  fc" *  . ,"���.  .. **.'-  llSi-*.1  ���'������'^  &Yo-.  V.  i'lftt'  1���  c  ^%��  t'��  ten  Tk iitiS,.  t * ' ^lan  ";    ^��-|l  ���j   W-Ess  f '"."i^M  r **nsi  "    /<*fsf  r -.'���.. fi*l?s  |t^4W  'A*  i,',",- .*i, !?s  m THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  -A*  ��� -i -'/  - *3��  JINGLES AND JESTS.  The I,i3Ml V\y ot Summer,  "i'is l in* 1.im  I     nf s'.iiTiiniT  Tha*' Liis ,i...  i lit* \. J11^.  An/J mv li-jii   ilni'is; hired* for  p Tlie poi/i. i  ��� i-.i.im' ilniio*.  No mate n( hi* ,/lci age.  No ifun,..i'i   , .i* lie,  .To btiiK in in-   jelly  Or drown-in my tea.  I know if 1 spare him  He'll Iribk nn my ;iose  Or, jicri lu'il on my bald spot.  Dittuili nn   i<.poscv  Bereli ot l.i-i . i^or  And shorn nl ids pride,  I'll wr-nd liim io ri'iai where  Tlie f^ovii) liii* ii'side.  So (swipe) ,'el mo finish  His t-.irtlil.il   . -aii'er,  Wlu-n. iiii-li ^e i * a nlol/e from  M���v l/f*i fl.-.iiiili'lii'r.  Then iswipf; ..mi i      iwapon  la luuni i.fii >.ii In* in.Mil.    .  Aliis,  'tis a lii.nt-r \j*c *  I've iliutieitu  mi.ti.-jdl   ,  But (B*.vi[jf> in my hurry,  I lilies tuixi dine mure. .    '  Anil ilie im nniji'i di'alruclioa  Is nial.'iii;.' ii     fjrt. , ,  And nf..*.  thai  -t'i-iiiely  IU* hides Ir/ ni my nJ7e>  I {fiR'-s iliui I'll It-iiVf him  To live out hia d"v��.  I BED TBREE YEARS  The   Happy Ending Of a Very Ser  ions And Painful Case.  C. lUCllAims ._. CO.  Dear Sirs,���For some years I have  .^^Vj^^bad only partial use of my' arm,  ^ Ail[0_cii\ised by a sudden strain. I have  'M^f/;AA'juscd every remedy without effect, unT  f-. , */til I got a sample bottle of MIN-  li- , SARD'S LIOTMENT. The benefit I re-  *'"*' ;t *.K ceiyed from it caused ind to .continue1  &"'-'*���/ f 3ts yso' anc* now I am happy to say  H  ��!{,.';;my'arm is  completely restored.  Glarnis,  Ont.       R.  W. ' HARRISON.  -" '*���*.��-  '. ijt  Jf'tt  'Gould  Xoi Report <Jolf.  When the amateur golf championship  was played at Wheaton in 1S97 there  ���was but,one Chicago newspaper man  -who had the remotest conception of  ���what the game was. Accordingly, the  .,,Ws newspapers, with tlie exception of the  H V ������"**' 1 Chicago Tribune, agreed to syndicate.  kA^V^I the work and put it all in this one  S '"SSS^'-'i mai-'s hands.    The Tribune refused to  ,-"���;*��� V3  x-^-i Renter  the  combination  and   depended  .;$&, i'I.uron the exertions'cf a member of' its  ' ��own staff.    But the Tribune reporter  _  |speedily realized  his  helplessness' and  \> ,^-PPealed to his brother of the syndicate  '���*',;^ot' aid-   'n��� latter obligingly handed  \ ,  '$^>ver his copy, and the, Tribune man set  '" -"Mo work to ra.tke a few minor changes  ���'   ' , |;*�� that ,ts kinship to tfceorlginal should  .-.; lDOt be-to�� apparent. Later In the  --&-"��/even,Dfr   be   met   his   generous   bene-  ���u-fti? factPr and told him of, the changes be  - '-.iV? had made.  '\,;7       "ln   Particular,' tbe'account of   tlie  ..I v, play at the1 sixth hole between Forgan  '���'"J^f1"3" Do*-&I**s..n    i'ou said that 'Forgan  .  '��� vf rimmed the cup for a half.'. < Well,*you  '-'/Si? kno^* ��L<i cbap. that Forgan is a-banlit-  >��� 7,t cr 6own toWQ aQd a big man, white  Z\i  Dou*T,as Is Just one of those Scotch:  ... &  men.   It seemed to "me rather cheap to  " 71^  have Foreaa doing that sort of thing  ��� ��� .V"!'-*   for a half, so I just made it read tliat  ��� ���"'      'Forgan rfmmod the cup vrltk Douglas  for a. hundred.'"  Tlicir  C'uistloua   Olijoccionx.  "Tliose captious JNew York critics ob-  * e  jected to, a ucvr prima donua becaufi-  ishe way too fat.. They said she had lint  oue pose and that wasn't graceful."  "Ohjected   to     her ' adipose,   oh?"���  Cleveland Plain Dealer. -  Mr*. Hughes was very III���Itloated and in  Constant  Misery, She  Suffered for Four  ���- Yearn, before she used Dodd's Kidney  l'ills��� SUe its now well aud Uuppy '  Morley,   Ont.,   April  8. (Special)  Nelson Leflar, Justice of the Peace of  this place, vouches for'the truth- of  the following interesting story, told  by Airs. Thomas Hughes.  ' Verification, however,' will not be  necessary to those who know Mrs.  Hughes,', as that lady is one of the  most highly respected residents of  Grey County. Mrs. Hughes says :���,  "I was���a gre*t sufferer for four  years. I was treated by four' doctors, and a specialist from tlie United States. I tried nearly every kind  of medicine I could hear of, but none  seemed to do me any good.  "I -was in bed for nearly three  years. I had pains in my spinal column, ,ih' my head, over my eyeYs,  across my back, through, rny left  side, and occasionally in n:y' right  side. l-  "For. three nights-, ut a time, I  would never close my eyes in sleep.  I was '" terribly bloated, - .so that r  could not sit up or walk. , My nge  was 41 when 1 -was taken su-k.  __"! have taken in all fourteen bo.\es"  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and now I am  strong, and able to dot as good a  day"s work, as 1 have ever been'. The  doctors said I had Jtheuinatis-n. They  said that nothing could be done, for  me. '  "I wris not able to eat ��� anything,  only corn starch or soup, of some  kind. My weight had increased from  112 to 147 pounds. I am now down  to my normal weight again. -I " can-  never say enough for Dodd's Kidney  Pills, for I am satisfied that they  saved my life.", = ' '   'f   ,  There are many ladies suffering as  Mrs. Hughes did, although but few  may be as low as she was.'  Deranged kidneys are responsible  for almost all the trouble that comes  to women in middle life, and no woman can afford to be careless, when  her kidneys are-in any way threatened. , " . r. .  , What'cured Mrs.,_'Hughes of this  very bad case .will cure .any case." ���  Dodd's, Kidney Pills, are the only  remedy that ever cured Bright's Disease, Diabetes, or Dropsy,'and they  have never failed.  EATS UNCOOKED FOOD  PROFESSOR   TYLER'S   METHOD    FOR  THE CURE OF ALL'DISEASE.  . -j  <*j  -���?  *>-:  .. -v-  ���. �������� ^  ���": hfi  A* ���'#  ! .  si'  A Fallnre In Coopering-.  j*. certain man who was once a  prominent Kentucky politician wits  more a demagogue than a statesman.  He was, according to Short Stories. In  the habit of boasting that his father  was a cooper In an obscure town In  the state-^that be was "one of the  people" and didn't belong to the "kid  gloved aristocracy."  The "general's" great falling being  his foudness for liquor, it will surprise  no one to be told that the more he drank  the more loudly be declaimed bis  political sentiments and the prouder  of being the sou of-a cooper he became.  During a political campaign, where his  opponent'was the southern orator. Tom  Marshall, he had been unusually noisy  and offensive In his boasting regarding  bis obscure origin. Iu replying. Marshall said, locking hard at the general:  "Follow citizens, my opponent's  father may have.been a very good  cooper. I don't deny that: but I do say.  gentlemen, that he put a mighty D'*or  bead Into that whisky barrel."  Canst,terfei�� China.  Other things besides money are counterfeited, and purchasers of old china  haye to be continually on their guard'  or they will be paying many dollars  for what is worth only a few cents.  ."The market Is full of imitation china,'', said a lower Fourth avenue dealer  in antiques who was^asked .about the  matter. "Persons who rely on marks  are sure to be deceived, for marks are  easily imitated, and there ie not one  that has escaped forgery. , ,      j,  -' 'Tioth  French and English manufacturers forge,all of the most sought after marks and find sale for their products!    Iu  looking for old china 1 iind  that   every   mark   of 'importance   has  been forged, from Dresden to Worcester' and" Crown  Derby,  not excepting  old Sevres. . Every day would be purchasers come here and visit other New  fork shops, looking for china, aud have  no mortal idea at all correct of what  they are  buying.    Yet thoy  will  talk  after a most learned fashion and will  take  offense   at   the ,very   suggestion  that they-may be deceived.  "If you are going to judge of china  by its marks or evidence of Its age  and use from discoloration cracks and  chipping, you ,are' more" than likely to  be cheff-d. for all of these things are  easy 1" an expert and dishonest dealer to imitate. If you are not a judge of  china, then hire an honest expert to  purchase for yon."���New York Herald.  people are killed every year in this  country by CONSUMPTION. The  fault is theirs. No one need have  consumption. . It is-not .hereditary.  It is brought on by neglect. You  do nothing to get rid of it.  An  AdvertlBlnfr   Scheme.  Several old acquaintances of the late  D. II. McAlpin, the tobacco manufacturer, were discussing'his business success in an'up-town club, and one of  them told the following story as illustrating the farreaching effect of comparatively Insignificant things some-  ti/jnes.  "It was after Mr. McAlpin was well  started in the tobacco business," hc  said; "that'nn enterprising rival began  to cut into his business by advertising  that he placed a dime In every tenth  package of tobacco put up In his factory. One day a foreman of the packing room went to Mr. McAlpin and  said:  " 'I have a suggestion to make that  promises to knock out this dime In every tenth package scheme of your rival.  Will you hear it?'  " 'Yes; go ahead.'  " 'Well, then, just put a dime In every package of tobacco put up in our  shop and don't advertise it It will advertise itself, quickly enough.'     . t    :.,  "Mr. McAlpin saw that the suggestion was good, and he accepted it It  cost him a good deal of money, but its  success warranted It Within a few  weeks farmers were.buying MCAIpIu  tobacco, knowing that they would find  money in each package, and If they  had found diamonds it would not have  surprised them." !  He Claims Cooked Food Its tlie Great-  eat Corse of Humanity and Sar'^lt  Shortens Life and Jlakeu Vn Moral  and  i��l��>-��lcal  Degcneratcn.  As a result of my own experiences and  of tests made by other persons at my di  rection and under my observation I am  firmly convinced that cooked food is the  ereatost curse of humanity. I hold that  cooked food is responsible for nearly all  the great 'pesuionces. contagious diseases  and other bodily ills, that it shortens Ufe  generally, that it causes crimes and  makes people moral degenerates as well  as physical degenerates and that it heaps  untold misery upon the worjd bv so greatly increasing the cost of living as to  bring hunger and want into the land auti  cause millions to toil their lives away for  the mere sake of eking out an existence.  I will wager all the success'I expi-ft to  obtain in saving mankind from the disastrous effects, of taking dead cells into  their systems od the assertion that anv  person who for 00 days will give raw  food a test will at the end of that time  declare that' he never felt better in his  life, that he is of-a happier disposition,  that his mind is clearer, and that he is'  improved in all respects.  A child raised on uncooked foend will be  a Riant, physically and intellectually.  1 here is no doubt that the ancients lived  longer than .ve^nd that the average life1  of man i.s growing shorter all' the time  from uo other cause than the continuous  injurious effects-being'wrought by cooked  food on lhe human race.  It was never intended th'at anv living''  thing   should   derive   substantial   su.ste"  nnnce^froin that which has,been destroyed.   , Food when cooked is destroyed. -' It  is the mission of fire to destroy.      ���   ''  We take into our bodies dead cells to  replace the wornom cells -cast' off from  the body., Man. with his superior intelligence, should |ive.-=.:��yc-!;-, longer in the  time'that it take*** him to develop than  any other animal. .Instead there is nothing that breathes that doesn't live five  itimes as long as man proportionately.  By eating natural food health., as with  the lowcjr-animals, would be the"'rule and  , ill health the exception.  I   had  reached  50 years of., age.     My  height was 5 feet 8 inches, ray  weight  2."2  pounds.    I  had  been, afflicted  with  kidney trouble from youth,    I contracted  eczema from vaccination.    '   -  I  suffered from sciatic rheumatism in  my left hip and thigh.   My head was always  full  of  dandruff;  my  linger  uails  were short and brittle.-  , - With   these   afflictions   I   was   looked  upon by most people as a healthy man.  I myself did-riot realize in what a terrible condition I was until I had tasted the  joys   of   perfect   health.'    In   two   years  raw   food   diet   reduced   me   to   normal  weight.    My kidney complajnt vanished  tlio   moment   I   removed   the   continuing  cause and commenced to live on raw diet.  , Within   six   days',vafter   beginning   my  new diet my rest was the most refreshing it had been in seven years.   .The dandruff-disappeared from my head, the eczema was speedily cured, the rheumatism  remniued with me for 90 days, but finally  succumbed to the great natural tonic.  My teeth became remarkably firni and  hard. The calcareous deposits throughout my'whole system have been loosened  up and carried away by the pure water  1 have taken into hay system, either inciting thp diet of raw, food or absorbed  from the atmosphere. ,  Since knowing of mr own personal experience these remarkable blessings from  eating raw food I have made it my mission in life to endeavor with what means  and energy 1 possess to convert, the  world into my practice. All 1 ask of any  person is to give it a test.  As to what kind of raw foods you.eat  it doesn't make much difference unless  suffering from some' especial ailment.  Anything that is good cooked is better  raw. By giving the diet a test you will  tnd iu a short time that you enjoy your  meals more than you ever did before. Almost any disease may be cured by eating  the proper kind of raw foods.  A person fiving on uncooked diet need  have no fear of coming in contact with  contagious diseases. He may go where  there is pestilence, but his constitution  has become so healthful that it will cast  off all disease germs. Mau may be made  just as free from smallpox, yellow fever  or bubonic plague -as a horse. De car  travel in any country"without fear of af-  llietioii from the climate.  In cooking food all the acids and gases  so^ necessary for the conservation and  preservation of ideal health escape with  the steam, and the food retains a gieater  supply of ash. lime and other such substances than nature requires for the  amount of food taken into the system.  Cooking is all a notion, and a very bad  one for. the human race. It began somewhere back in the p'rehistoric ages as a  fad and "has continued to work havoc  with humanity ever since. -It'is more  disastrous than the tobacco habit.  I would suggest as a daily diet plenty  of fruit for breakfast and suppei-. Cereals  and nuts are the ment. though I have no  objection to dried beef for the diet of a  well person.  There are millions of things a person  can ent without cooking. All vegetables  are bet tin- raw than cooked. Onions, radishes, tomatoes, turnips, carrots, lei luce,  cucumbers, mustard ami numerous other  garden products eoul-. be mentioned.  Then among the fruits there aie pineapples, peaches, pears, grapes, beiries,  bananas, cherries and numerous others  that are healthy and relishable. The  melons are all well recommended. Dried  prunes should be eaten for breakfast and  lirni'lieon. Salt should be tukon into the  system  only  when  nature calls  for it.  -NOTEXACTLY SICK���BUT NEITHER  ABE YOU  WELL.  Close CunfliruiTit Dn iiijj the Wiutei  arontlm H���� Lelt You Weak, KnMl,  Xleprcseil and ���"Out . t .tort*,."  The words     "weak'and depressed"  expresses the condition  of thousands  of people in the spring time.      It is  one of nature's' signs that humanity  cennot undergo 'months of indoor life  in badly ventilated    buildings    with  impunity.      Sometimes    you  have    a  headache; slight exercise fatigues you;  your  appetite is  variable';" you     are  easily     irritated ���or depressed ;     perhaps there are pimples or slight eruptions   that    indicate   the blood needs  attention.      Whatever    the  symptom  may  be it should  be attendee:  to ai,  once, else you will fall an easy prey  to graver disease.    Do not use a purgative in the hope that it will   ,put  you right.   Any doctor will tellyou  that purgatives weaken,that they impair thc action  of the liver and create chronic constipation.    A tonic is  "what  is  needed  to help  nature fight  your  battle for  health,   and  there is  only one �� always reliable, never-failing tonic,   and  that is Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.   These pills have no purgative  action.    They  make  rich,   red  blood, strengthen the tired and jaded  nerves,    and    make  weak,   depressed,  easily    tired'   people,  whether old or  young,   bright,   active    and     strong.  Among those who  have     proved  the  health-bringing  qualities   of, Dr.   Williams* Pink Pills is Miss Emma Cha-  put, of Lake Talon, Ont., whY says:  "I cannot thank you enough for the  good I'have derived through the use  of  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills.    I  honestly    believe    that but   for, them   I  would *��� now" be in 'my 'grave.      My  health was" completely broken down,  my  face   as   white  as  chalk,   and ' if  I   made   the   least effort to do   any  housework I would almost faint from  the exertion,    and    my heart    would  beat  violently    so    that    I feared   1  would   drop    where    I- stood.'   I  was  a great   sufferer from headaches and  dizziness    as  well/   and my appetite  was so poor that I .scarcely   ate    at  all.   I tried several    medicines,     but  tliey did not help me, and then I decided to   send   for   some   of'!Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills.    I   got' six   boxes  a!nd before I used- them all I was as  well as I had ever been, with a good  healthy color, a good appetite and an  entire freedom from the ailments that  had made me so miserable.    You may  be sure  that I 'will  always  have    a  warm     regard   for    your    invaluable  medicine."  Do not experiment with other , so-  called tonics���you are apt to "find it  a waste of money and your health  worse than before. You will not be  experimenting when you use Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They have proved  their value the world over, ,and you  can rely upon it that what they have  done'for others tiiey will do for you.  If you cannot get the-genuine pills  from your dealer send 'direct to the  Dr! Williams' Medicine Co., ' Brock-  ville, Ont.; and thcys will be mailed  post paid at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for ��2.50.  wimsff   r��ts J��eA^~ ani��cce/  &nJL/ /U4~h/ 4t*uH/  4^ JA  Lord Salisbury is a collector of historic relics and his house at/ Hatfield is full of the results of his researches.   He  owns  among these the  ���A London paper, commenting on  the fact that upwards of 100,000  horses had perished, in the South African  war  up  to  date,  sees in     this  cradle in which Queen Elizabeth was i condition  of affairs   a potent  reason  rocked as a baby. '     r, (for  the success  of the motor vehicle  as a military - adjunct.  Mra. Celeste Coon, Syracuse, N.Y., writes:  "For yeara, I could not eat many kindB of  food without producing a burning, excruciating pain in my stomach. I took Parme-  le,-'B Pills according to directions under  'Dyspepsia or Indigestion.'- One box entirely cured me. I can now eat anything I  choose, without distressing; me in the least."  These pills do not cause pwin or griping, and  should be u-=ed when a cathartic is required.  ii  Memory is tlie tax gatherer of the  past.  Addition   is  the  sum total  of  miser's happiness.  the  MINARD'S IOTENT for Sale EyerTWto.  An  ounce   of might  is    often* more  powerful   than  a pound  of  right.  Love does   for nothing what, many  a man wouldn't do if paid for it.  You need not cough all niglit and disturb your friends; there is no occasion  for you running tbe risk of contracting  inflammation of the lungs or consumption  while you can get Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup. This-medicine oures  ooughs, colds, inflammation of the lungs  and all throat and chest troubles. It promotes a>* rree and easy expeotoration.  which immediately relieves,*tne throat  and lungs from viscid phlegm.  ���jfhe Newest and !E��Rlly the TJest.  CHEWS7IGJC" DENTIFRICE  o  Cleansing, Healing-, stimulating, refreshing, antiseptic, removes t:ir, docs  not injure the enamel,  andimpirtn a sweet fragrance to the breath.  Manufactured from a  tropical p'.anr, known as  the "Chcwsrick," whii-h  in the countries *. here it  grows is reuuriletl na Xa-  tnre's Specill'* for the  teeth, guma and mouth.  Is entnely free from  chalk and :.ny other grii-  ty substance.  Put up in coll-iiisiblB  tubes with nrtlHticaby engraved labels nnd container,--.    jVriee ..'/TS ci*nlf��  for s.ile by all chemists.  Thoy who like n really  good thing w.iuld bo ivise  -to enquire for it and have  no substitute.  SAMDERS&E71NS, \  aru'n'frs,       TORONTO.  :������:.���:  BTJSLNESS   CHjAJJGE.!  If money burns in a mail's.pocket  he'll never.be able to lay up much  cold  cash.  Sympathy is like a game of' blind  man's buff���a fe.low feeling- for a fellow mortal.  Minar_'s LinimDnt Cnres Butbs, Etc.  ������������������������___���_-_������_____ ���  All men may be born free arid  equal, but only a chump is'satisfied  to remain that way., ,' '  ���' A hopeless man is deserted by  himself, and he who deserts himself  is soon deserted by his friends.  I The Imperial Fruit f  I and Produce Co'y, I  ,���:���  ���!���'  A Russian engineer; Prince A. T.  Dshavachoff, has-, invent-ed an electrical apparatus manipulated -from the  stage of a theatre," by which, at one  touch all doors and exits are opened  toward  the  outside.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup stands at  the head of the list for all diseases of the  throat and lungs. It acts like magic in  breaking up u cold. A cough' is soon subdued, tightness of the cheet is relieved, even  the worst cat-e of consumption is relieved,  while in recent ca.*es it may be said never to  fail. It ia a medicine prepared from the  active principles or virtues of several medicinal herbs, and can be depended,upon for all  pulmonary complaints.  Some men think less about missing  their aim in life than they do about  missing a train in the morning.  A reader asks: "Can a young man  marry on $7 a week ?" He probably  can���if thc girl in the case doesn't  suspect it. - -    '  We have no hesilation in saying that Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is without  doubt the be*t medicine ever introduced for  dysentery, diarrhoea, chol- ra and all summer complaints, fcea'-'sickness, etc, It prompt-  ly gives relief and never fails to effect a positive cure. Mothers should never be without  a bottle when their children are teething.'  The  individual  who  sits down and  I waits   for  the     world    to  appreciate  him  will discover after the race that  ho was left at the post.  Prisoners in Morocco are compelled  to pay the officers for their trouble  in arresting and escorting them to  ,iail. This plan makes the police  watchful and always alert for business.  And Yet He Con Id Write.  Among the public servants who are  worried by foolish questions the superintendent of mails in' the postoffice gets  his full share. Oue of his visitors on  a certain occasion was a man who said  to the deputy who answered the call  at the window:   ���    , -, '"  "I am goingYut of town today and  want to get a letter to my brother, who  Is on board the Majestic, and she is  aot due until Wednesday. I don't  know where he will stay in New York  or where he will go from here. Can  you help me?"  "Certainly we can." said the clerk.  "A mailhoat goes to meet the steamer,  and if you address your letter properly  and put domestic postage on it It will  be delivered all right."  "But how shall I address It���where  shall I send it?"  "Address it  'John  Smith,  passenger  on  hoard  Incoming steamer  Majestic,'  due in New York. Dec. 12.'   That will  reach hi in."  "No city?   No nothing?"   -  "That's all���just as I told you."  The man thanked the clerk and went  away, and came back a little later with  au addressed letter in his hand.  "Say," he said to the clerk, "about  that letter. I've addressed It ' and  stamped' It all right, but the man's  name isn't John Smith.- How niinm  that?"'  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, )'  Lucas County, j **���  Fiiank J. Ciikkky makes oath that he Is the  senior partner of the tirm of FY J. Chexky &  Co., doing-business In thi Citv of Toledo,  County and State aforesaid, and tliat snid iirnv  will pay the Mim of ONE HtTXDUED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh thnt  cannot bo cureu by thc use of Hall's Catari.ii  Cuke. FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before mc and subscril-ed in my  presence, this (5th day of December, a:d., 188(1  r  i A. W. GLEAhON,  (Bg^i-j- A'otary Public.  ' Hall's Catarrh Curo is tnkf-n internally and  acts i.irectly on tho blood and mucous surfaces  of the system.   Senrl for testimonials, free.  o ,., ,    t-,    FJ  CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.  Sold by Druggists, 7ic.  Hall'y Family Pills are the best  ��������� Has purchased the stock and  ��� . trade, of   the   ANDEESON  <��� PRODUCE CO.  ���:���  .������ AI) lei lifts of Fruit iu Season.              , ���}��'  ���!��� 'Best Prices psild for Produce  ���J*  {���������������^���^���������������:��<*��x��:����:��x��<����:'*;  MINARD'S LINIMENT fialieyes MraJifi  The   Wi>e,  3rttn���  .fie keeps a cat for exerciser  She knows what she's abouC     >"  To let lipr in he has to rise,  And then to let her out.  Soon lie must let her in once more,-  And so it goes all day;'  That man gets muscle worl: galora  Who keeps a cat. I say.  IA.-Col. .Dent, Imperial "Remount  Officer for Canada, will visit' Manitoba and Northwest nerxt month to  purchase horges for South Africa. We  have decided to sell in Manitoba or  Northwest, two of the Stallions selected by, him in England for breeding Cavalry Horses. "Write for particulars,  ,   THE TELFEfi 4 CUKE CO.,   .  19   St.   Maurice  Street, Montreal.  Itist.rnimeij.tA, Drums, Uniforms, Etc  EVERY TOWN  CAN HAVE A  BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  500 illustrations rallied free. Write us for any  thing In MtiHlo or MosU-al InKtrunieuts.  Whaley Koyce & Co., ^fogj;ft.  WHEELER & WILSON sewng machines  ���   and Sewing Machine Supplied for all  machines kept in stock.  Omco  and Warerooma -.'43  Portago  A.v��,  Wimiipi-j;.  BICYCLE sfnDd ?oT��ra  ^���va"*-"   B   -w,e�� n���   wheels to ua to ba  Jr Jn ^^ Si-si Sjo, B\JV. �����?- work guaranteed,  .���in- li > exii vi workmen. Send for list of new  nd st-cond hand wb-oi-ls.    Try us.  ANDRs- ARMS A. CYCLE SB.  ��� i',,..,.���,it" \K, ��������_ 'Winnipeg.  I A   "TOSCANA   " RELIANCE   CIGAR  LA       l-U3��v/mAf   -FACTORY.'Montreal  cure  Miss Boyle, a younj*r lady of Simcoe, m  school teacher and prominent socially, went  rapidly into a decline from a cough. Was not  expected to live. Smii.oh completely cured  her. People in that vicinity arc well acquainted  with the facts'n her case.  ShUoh'aCoiiHumptrfon Cure Is sold by all  druggists hi Oj��nnd�� and United SsWs at  25o, GOc, CI OW �� bottl.-. Is* Great iJrltuln  Rt Is. 2d., 2s. 3d.. i��nd 4��. Gd. .A printed  guarantee goea with every bottl*.. If yi��u  �����r��, not Kiitisllfil g,> to your druggist and  get your money back.  .Write for Illustrated book on Consumption. Sent  without cost to you.   S. C. Wells & Co:, Toronto.  From Manila to Australia Is "like going down a river, for one is out of sight  of land only two dnys." , The voyage  lasts 21 days, but the course is through  the south sea islands, which accounts  for its resemblance ro river navigation.  Hia f��art.   .  "Ever In amateur theatricals?"  "Just once." :   '  'What part did you takery  ;'.MeV    I  took all the abuse.    I wn's��  iitase   manager,   you   see."���Pittsburg  ChroalclexTelegraph.  Beriilinrilt  In: a Temper.  One night when the attend.me? tn a  small towu in'the'-French provinces vrns  especially bad .Surah Bernhardt, bored  by the small size of the audience and its  stupidity, resolved to make the most of it.  The play was "Camille," but instead of  speaking the lines as Dumas wrote them  Sarah made up the play as she went  along-, interpolating such opinions as from  minute to minute she had of the audience.  She called them unutterable things and in  a highly dramatic way. The innocents  applauded these sentiments vigorously]  upou j which she called . them something  worse. ,���'.-.  A special imperial commission lias  left, St.' Petersburg'for Moukden in  order to carefully pack the manuscripts -of the eleventh and twelfth  centuries, which were looted - from  the palace in that city.  MINARD'S UNIMENT Oral. DbAnC-  An agricultural society, in Berlin, .is  working hard to elevate all branches  of farm life to a. scientific level. The  latest effort of the society opens up  a competition among architects for a  model pig sty.  A New BUranrek Caatle.  Frlnco Herbert Hlsinnrck, who recently conipli-ted his fiftieth year, has  derided to build hiti\seir n new house  in tin- tieislihorhood of Rchloss Fried-  richsriih. hut far away from the railway and the-htghroads. The new castle Is. to'be a mpst comfortable'modern  '-dwelling, and'it will also hi*! considerably linger than the t.ncient schloss that  was.-.so . much beloved by the first  Prince Bismarck and his simple wife.  This old castle is to he used as a! museum for the possessions of the ,late  r***ir.q/> and will be toot In good repair.  Vocal   Training-.  Edna���So, you Uiive .accepted that  young la wyer. a ftor all, after having  refused him once V .;.'',.  ���'.. May���Yes: he appealed-.the case and  ; won his suit. V  <g^O*i>**<>-��^*'0'^^<����^^.fc$><$<^.^A  Mohammed dyed bis beard red. and hi?  -Mample was extensively followed among  tho Arabians.. He disliked black hair,  ind his favorite wife bloudined hor treses**  bsiwith sulphur; '   -  T!EL!L THE DEAF.���Mr. J. F. Kellook,  Druggist, Perth, writes: "A customer of  mine having been cure'd of deafness by the  use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, wroto to  Ireland telling his friends there of the cure.  A Dip to sunt.  , She��� Yes; it's all vrell, enough to say,  now you thinkl'm pretty.    Yesterdav  you said my .nose turned up dreadfully.  Ue���Well,   dear.   I   was   thinkiug   it  shows   mighty  poor  taste  In '.backing  In consequence I received an order to,send   n��*av from mii-h ,.  in,���i,   ,���    -m      ,- ,  half a down-'-by- express to Wexford, Ire- ',,    .F J.    , , '"��� lmcly iponth.-Cq.-  land. this weok." .'���-;--������' l her s Weekly-  I Recommend'-  BABY'S;: 0WI imt  to.all'.mothers'who want their babiiis  to have pink, clean, clear, aud   |(  healthy skin.  Mado of the finest materials.  No soap, wherever rnade) is better.  THE ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., MONTREAL  * Manufacturers of the Celebrated  ���<& !'������  <�� ALBERT TOILET SOAPS.  j/�� ^  "W. N. U. 320. ~  '. i  a  ���Y  ii''  .   >'ei  e.  ���li  'h  *��� \r*  !���*>- awBBWn-i-miiniiirfrrTiii niiuai  ��^  !,  Hi*  ���*'':!!'  !'.'jir  7rM-,  I -, im.,- !  i r  ;Y-d'  .; ..., -,- f,  V-..S ,"    |  Y  *'.  i/1-  . y -,' t -r - .  : - i-'i -i i  ;yi>W.  YYlV,  yw-y  i. -.. -1 -, '<�����i  i ..-i j i.. f,  .'-, ��lA .' If t''    .  11"' �����;! '-     -  s <<'-���. 'l A. -  ',  *T :.;  V-*i-  rJ.;-:,'j3i'  t'.L'l.ttj.','  i t-  ���ii  V  ll  r  i  1 t  A WHEEL  & Vi^-S:-*'  ��/., �����.  ����" O. J&K. St-~7fifX~9KX~  Some Changes in Mineral Act.  The bill Amending fhe .Mineral Act,  which 1*3 now   before   tho  legislature,  makes three   changes  -i;   the " njipijig *-v"     '"' ' ���'���"'  law which crc cf general in teres.,   per-       '^��: #**=��� is, aof��L& ctory of bee firm  haps the first   in ;mpoytW'j3   that' ^^Pfc^^bufe^.^storvoiBn  ,  Y        . , .,/        Y      v J=attempt to, teach,.iier:->o ride* ....... -  dealing with cpaci.il fiee   m.nprs   wr-I ;.-g^ wa6 *,.��ve6a} ..pistes rv��5 thfc  tificates, which under the' old act  could bc prccured at an3T time" to  1 ctjre defe :t in tiUe lca'tj-*-ed ' by the  la.pt. c D/the ordinary free rninor'a cer  ti/lc-ztc. The cct as it will be amended  will provide that in future all such  EpecjhPce'rtificates must be taken' out  within sis months'from the date'of lhe  expiration of the ordinary certificate.  'Another     important  ���   amendment  *    ,      ...    ., ,, c    , ��� matter, but John w&a-aot there, and as  deals-with the recording of claims in  ...    . . ' , , ��� _ "       ,.* .' -  b ��� ^' for hip skater���(well, i aid not dare.  >neiden, a sweet sister of Joba Jones  ���'vyixe'n she came jo me one evenrkog- just  as old Sol was hiding- his fire-red rJaag-fc  back: of tha ���irees' in the fa-*- west, and  asked me in an." entj-ancing, ppologeift'  way if I wouldn't assist ber in her bicycle practice,' 'as Brother John has -&  pivasing eng-fegsenent-Jatid can't be with.  me, and,-onysyay, he-says you know  more about blc^plin^'Khan he'does,'-  '.! "Say, just then I coiijd havs hugged  John Jones, and liis surlier, too, for that  a fe<noe.   Luckily, i. ��siaa on. the opposite  side of the wheSi and-jtallingt/eriifically  at the nigh hazxiie' jjfeir I got it &pd ite  bilfden again perpiidfctilar.  Thifl ttjpe j  T asked hor if-'eho'-wb�� tnijured, and j  showing me tuj.ftia��--fij'!*rly bruised hand, !  she bravely repiibsSi'-ii-little, but it's im- I  material.' . Wny-.-5.ie> fctfein. tvas scraped I  Jf Intending to  ' Y-' - -  T  '  5��B��r-Ja>*^  ��� J&5 - i*- i,..1-. *** .b^e-3  **-,'. I"  Fe ^.'ould invito your ai-  ten.tiop to pur  )fiif*fc.e'whble��i(Si-6^!br&rhacd, but she "Ttfy^if^l     f^��iil*lr*o--��     YrwrVii-  bow-it Ilka a'MteZiUV Anfl^rigththere ^eW,MWl    WUI^l  1 wish to say *htf*]M>ggBtnto thiitk'?'uat tatiOIi*bricil.Biding  S-p-CX  a wee littleTbifc rai&o'Cr?Miss Jomej3thai;. -xirf^JL ~i fff\rifa " '"'      ' "'  '  the names of free  miners  by  agents.  Heretofore prospectors   carried-'about  -the numbers of   free'  miners' certifi-  (i'cates held by friends and  freely  need  ' them for the purpose of  reoording*"lo-  cations in' access'of the  limitations of  'the act. The'amendment proposed  sets out that before making'ahy  such  'records as agent a power ' of attorney  must be filed 'j!n thc o'ffice of the  min-  "iug recorder for, the cli'visipn iii' which  the claim is pituated,' and no * s��ach  ngent shall locaCe or recced niore'thaii  "one cjaim. each for tV70 principals on  each separate vein or Ictlc.     ���    .  ,  Another amendment provides that  jvorjei'doae upon trails, to the 'c-atisfi'C-  tion'-of the gold commissioner or mining recorder, may be counted on .certificates for work.-r���Nelson Tribune.  Marie Twain's lJcBrjriiijj X,ptter.  "Begging letters by tlie"hundreds a^,e  addressed to Andrew Garnagie daily.  'A few days ago the iron king received  ^hisoriginal missive:   '   '     "'  ' "My Dear Carnegie���I see by the  daily papers that yen are prosperous.  ��� J want"to get a' livm'c book; it, costs  'jJ.X.50. If you will send me this hymn  book I will bless you,, God will bless  you and it will do a great - deal of  good'.    Yours truly,, Mark Twain.','  '/Miss Jones hhd been the jposaeseo? oi  a bdeyole about tr-hree days, ajnd aa we  wended our way side "by side to her  home to get the steoc. of steel she informed ine th&'t .she wes doing: 'just  lo*eIy'.' And she also"*ventured the remark th&fc Bhe actoaily believed she  oould ride alone, only ferirxo got so terribly  ;M#htene<3.   '"-���''"?���-' ���  "When we arrived at Miss Jones' home  she excused herself rfoi' o "few minute's,  saying-she wishted to ddn ah appropriate  costume', and "when i*iie emerged from  tho house a little Infer, clad in a neat-  fittingr'garb of tiie bloomer typo and  lending a dinmond-fiTime machine, why,  it 'simplj- took iny bl'-aath a-wny.   Oh,  but- she looked chipper, chic and debonair, and my hearu"^*as at once smitten with hei*. tnbugtLl alwa,ys had a per  cuHnrly  s.pnpatheTic'feelirif' for'her.  She' certainly was the most beautifu?  "and .*Ave��t morsel, of'feaiininity itluid  been iriy pleusnre to jfazeiipon.   There  was no doubt about' this, this lesson  would lie exta-emety interesting-.  There  would be no skirts to get entangled in  ihe wheels and cjiain-aiid-io-'^the^-ho"r  A complete line  cf  Byildej-?,'  '  Hardware, j:.ajnts and  Varn-  jshes always in mock.  Orders for Tinsmithing and JMmnbing  ���j[iyen prompt attention and satii-fac-  tion guaranteed.  i =  MOVIE'S LEADING .HOTEL.  ,   '   Tne rjntellifiront Printer Agra'R.  ... ���  "Well, that's enough to try the ��� patience of Job," exclaimed   the  village  Y'        '      e- If J- t r ��� ^  minister, as .he threw aside tjie Joc?l  paper. -. ' .  ''Why' .what's t,he matter, dear?"  asked hio'v/ifo. -     -    ,  r'L/ast Sunday I preached from the  text, 'Be ye therefore steadfast,' " answered the good man, "hut. the printer  niakes it read, 'Be ye there for breakfast,"���Glasgow Times.  Lexers in the PljUippinei.  It is estimated  that   there .are  ?ep,-  ,0,00 lepers in-the Philippines,   and   it  is planned to isolate them all  ou  one  island.  o  How TUey Bo in ."Vlontaiic,  According to  a  recent  decision' of  ... /  the Montana supreme court, an owner  in a mining claim cannot be com-  pelled by his partners to v/ork the  mine or contribute /inaueially to its  development, excepting in the matter  oi the annual acsessment. If some of  ,tlie owners decide to explore, develop  and equip, others who do not wish to  become involved in the expense and  risk cannot be forced to bear the share  of the total cost that would be  proportionate to his interest. Further,  if ore is found unci profits accumulate,  tlie inactive partner can demand his  full shale of the net results, aud cannot be charged with any oi the expenses of exploration and' equipment  WAXTED���TRUSTWORTHY MEN AND WO-  nien to travel nnd adverti.se ior old established  houhe of .'.olid iinancial standing. Salary $760 a  year mul expsiises, aU payable in cash. No can-  yasme-r required, r-ivo rcierpuecs and enclose  seir addressed stamped cnvl'ope. Address Man  gger, :io3 Caxtoa Bldg., Chicago, 4-J. '  TO THE DEA.P.  A rich lady cured of her dcafpesjs  apd noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Antihcial har Drums,, gave $10,-  000 to hie Institute, so thatdeuf people  Unable to procure the Ear Drums may  have them free. Address No, 14(322  The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.  LOTS���for sale on easy terms in all  parts of town. D, .1 . Elmer's Cigar  Store.  house  and  For   par-  For, Sale.���*A six room  lot in Lake Shore addition  ticulars apply at this office.  WANTED���iurnished or unfurnished house to rent. Apply at this  office.  , Af,t,essr*.u.'nt work Contracts Taken.  ���'Parties wishing to have assessment  work dope on claims in the vicinity of'  Moyie. will do well to consult oi write  the undersigned for terms.; Work  left hi my care will be promptly attended   Lo,   and   satisfaction; will  be  SCOTT.  in her awkward manipulations of the  same, and tihe time spent in teaching  her to properly manage the steed would  surely be just'"so loug- a lime of unalloyed pleasure.  "Miss Jonee and I walkuri' to a street  seldom traveled after crandown and the  walk over tihe'Yubt^flainjg-   thorcragii/-,  fares was on exceedingly short one. We  arrived at our Qesthiatioai.   The first  thing was to show he*v how to mount'  and this was a atumiia'.   I had assisted  'many young-ladies ih their efforts to.  master the bicycle "but ��d] of tlie-m rode  drop frame machines ��nd they ail wore  'skirts.    This  case was  far diSerent.  However, I got on e___ off the wheel,  using the 'step, '(;man*-f&shion,' and explained to her in detail every succeeding movement.   Then7Mis3 Jones tried  it.    First I firmly grafiped'the handle'  bar with one -hand, hioldiugf tlie frame  in front of the saddle with the other.  Miss Jones reached oyer my arm, took  hold of the grips, put juer right foot on  the &tep, made a lung's for the saddle���  and kerflop, we "both- landed   cn   the  hard  road. ' I  was   underneath,    the  wheel made up the second layer of tthe  pile,  while Miss  Jones sat,   no;t-   too  gently, on top of the vriiole.   I thought  one of the hand-le bairs had punctured  my side nod that I was swaljoytdng a  hetrogenous  mass or?  bicycle, spokes,  good solid clay nnd rubber tires.   MLsa  Jones did not get off tine heap at aJl but  .sat .there half sobbing, half laughing,  and said E.he hoped I was not .injured,  that 'she was so sony, etc.    With an  almofjt'hercidanean effort I rolled from  nny position under -the wheel and its  fair, bu;t heavy burden; and aiter pulling myself together, gave Miss Jones  ' my hatnd and helped her to her feet.   I  inquired if she were hurt but she rejoicingly iaiforpaed me that she came  out unscathed and wiao ready for an-  oth��cr trial.  "I was not much injured���no���but  whatever tlhou^hijS I had: had of sjpeaid-  ing an enjoyable evening: were rudely  dispelled from my mind. No, I was not  injuredVbut I could almost swear that  one of the peda^ of tliat machrne had  cut out a few square inehes of my tshin '  bone and I imagined I could feel it  dang.iiiig about my tizukle. I was also  aware of tho fact thai there were several  noii-repairable punctg!?-ea tin. my trousers and that my aiuatcmy wae bruised  and sore Ln more places t*oa*u I could  ^numerate in .a three-ppge orticle.  "To tell the truthi I was not at all  oa.xious to oonthiue the demoralizing  lesson, as I was euro that this experience would be tfhe death pf me/ but I  yi-ouldn't for an. inBtant tliink of tell7  ing my fair coxaptuiifxa that �� ha4 to  give up.  "No! she slioald be the first to say it  was time to ppstppne the practice until  another day. I was in hopes the wheel  was in such ��>nditio/n, s-fter the hiwtl  fall, that it would bo waposslble to vpre.  it, but outside ot a itfvt scratches, Jt  caai�� out oi the tumble as did its owner  ���hCft la the lea��5t damaged.  "Well, we tried the mounting business over agaiu, and this time I was  prepared for the shock anud. srhe did land  an the saddle most beautifully. After  I had boJaaiced the seemingly uncontrollable wheel and told her to get ready  for the start off, she ?aid to mo that she  could ride fairly well now trhat she was  on and if I would just take hold- undesr  the back of the saddle, and follow her in  that way she thought she could pedal  forward very well. I did as she told  me nnd after giving- the wheel a slight  push she moved, oil. Yes, she went it  alone all right. All I had to do was to  follow her. At first she went slowly,  ut what you would call a dog-trot, then  t-he i-nereased her speed. And still all  I had to,do was to follow her! .  . "As we,were booming inerrily onward,  she on tlie bicycle and I on.foot., she  naked., rme if I didh't, think this most  exhilerating sport. Of course, I said it  was. Then'she said she enjoyed it sd  much that she would continue on this  same course u^til she became tired,  when she would dferaiyunt. and after k  I had while we tphss edtijaig' at the rofid-  aicfe a way baefe,rt' ���"-��'���                -    ������ !   -  ��� "Once ugain slva aterted homeward  and by the way-sifts pTS2Dpeclend pushed  those1 pedal3 I IbiSff ishe was mad'about  thai aocidenij, "aad'asVabegained speed,  I also h-3gan to raaJjze that my powers of  end!uraince wou-ld' give" out ere long, "unless she reduce^ he? grpt.   At last I had  to give up but'I eald nothing to her.  I  lot her guide off hdruewj*rd, as I,thought  she would soon notice my absence and  then wpnld either dismount or fail off, J  cared not- which.", Buishe went on and I  groduaHy lost sight ot her in the darkness that was growing upon tlie face of  the earth.   I was'glad that she had gpne  and I leisurel3r climbed'u-pon a rail fence  at the roadside and sat. there meditating.   I- was 'mad clear through, and the  nibrei meditated the angTierl'gcrt.'' Bu-t  at last it dawned upon nie'that it was  not the proper J;bing,"fjor me to ���bo sitting upon a wayside fence and leave? a  3roung lady to 'take' her own way, home  after "night/fill.  IJorro-r of horrors! sup-  pcie she bad f.allen. from her bicycle  and ot this very instast wns lying ih  the rood,  possibly with a broken,leg  or injured in some other way so as to be  unable to  moye.   Stippose a team of  spirited horseo were approaching and  tlie driver could" not sot that prostrate  form and ran over if!.' Ugh! the very  thought made my bkrod run cold.  -I  jumped from the fence and started in  the direction in wliich Miss Jopes' hod  gone.    I walked "along" {slowly, but us  more hoaxible piasaibiJities came to niy  mind I went fae&e'r until at last I wns  running- as fastasIpo^Jd, buteiren then  I thought I wai* going at a snail's pace.  Half a dozen tinies X'imagined I saw  Miss Jones on tW ground ahead of me  but always found' it to be but a lialluci-  nation of my wild arid! jJteordered brain.  I did finallj' readh town and because I  had not found Miss Jones lying: on the  road in a pool orf ,biop^ I was sure that  she  had  been ^'piri'k-d' away ', or kid-  .napped. "   -;;-���"���'*'  ' . ���-     *-  "J. rushed tp^e Ji<��*8 pf her parents.  Her '"brother Jonia ^as wtting.on'tiie  porch smoking a' jh'o!rribly rank stogy  and when I exciteify asked- him where  his sister was bepooked at me as though  he considered rats a luiiatie. I implored  him to tell me, ,ioj*i&Vl!ore''he liore his  sister.       -_������**��� ���-���*���" ���   ^       ��� " ���  , "He looked a�� me> ,��^&in, then alcwly i nTr a a : T>     C* & IM "PIQTrT-T T  turned, his eyeo ^tffward'tite side of the j vfl-AO.. * .    \s��i.ms.JZJIlii^lj;  house.   My eyes jfoilowad his, and"there  . ��� The best of. accorumodation  . for the traveling public.  ' ���    > , -  BOOTS    A^D    SHOES  Kopaired and Ivlade to Order.,  R, A. smith/     Mpyip.  XBAR MacEaCIIKEN ^& alACUOUALDS.    '  OF-ALEK IN  Eurnishings, Fx>c?.tw:#ar, Hard.-  ware,  Tinware,  St$y^s}   Gro-  e/^s and Crockery.  AGENT FOJt HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY.  - . ,     ��� ���      - ij  Stock ��� 'Is,' Complete and Up to D|te. |  i*-  -    ,  ,YOURS FOR VALUE, '        %  STORKS AT CJUXHROOK  AND  MOViK.    .  S. J. WHITOOS-j��B-  1 '      ^ ���*   i      '     .  House '   painter"     trainer,  glnjfier    and    pAper'li anger.  Ail   work  ou , perfect   sur-  c face guranieed.    Prices  ac-  cording     to    qniili'ty  stock required  and  THLoy-8, B. C.  u^rwwMM^ia  Miss' Joneo stood,' pjgol and collected  with a heavenly smile on her face," and  how beautiful 3he looked., But I fell  to the ground in a dead faint and when  next I realized anything- I wa3 in my  own room at home, .with my dear mother at my bedside." I loolted'at her' ques-  tidning-ly, and then said: 'Mother, how  many weeks nave 1 peen ill?-' ,' She  looked frig-hteued, then answered:  *Why, my dear b*>;i, yojtj've been here but  a few hours. John Jones and his father  brought you here. They said you  fainted at theA�� hotae. Tell me what  the trouble is.' After getting over my  astonishment X .told b?~> about ray awful  anil went," cuilu j." ucliev ��.'.*' 1 '..zc not  hinted to her that I sometimes became  fatigued, she would have been going  yet. But she did 'finally stop, and in  sheer exhaustion I fell to the roadside,  and yvhea I had tima to recover my  breath' and. look, about us 1 found we  were awcy pjxt .iii ^.he country, at)  least three ruil.es fro}n"home. She sat  down at the roadside, a little way from  me.   Then' she talked-        c.  "She dilated upon the beauties of  the summer's .evening, the multi-colored foliage .oi the tre^-s, the irridescent  clouds which looked }ike rtLro jewels  hung' in. the w.eatern skies, as therayg  of the now obscured sun cast indescribable ghttering tinte over them. But  poor me, my body and jnind were racked  with pain, and I did not appreciate pur  surroundings. After the fall then the"  unusual exeroise, ove��-y muscle and  nerve in my body aeomed to tingle with  electric shocks. I was just about done  up and when I woulti think of the return journey my heart would, nearly  bound from its naitural and best location. Every breath I took seemed to be  drawing hugna ehunka of solid ah* into  my lungs, instead, of the pure, country  atmosphere which. I vr-as actually taking into my system, I wn�� tired, K��r��5  ftud diAgtwteci Y-rith &ve*rythittg-( ijv&n  v.'ibh ihe maidfta at my aide, who?i\ I  now thought ceo of tho ugliest, moat  unrnterestiag perfions. it had been my  misfortune, to meat. I was< thinking,  thinkhng deeply; thinking some things  I would not ckur\. think aloudi, when I  was suddenly brought to mj' senses by  ray fai<" companion saying: 'Well, I'm  ready.' So was I���I had to be, and I  at onoe aroBe and grabbed up that  wheel. Of course, before I could start  her homeward it was first neoessary to  get her on to the bicycle, and I trcan-  bl/ed a6 I thought of tha task before me.  This time I brieed myself againut a  fence and held onto that wheel like  grim-visaged death, and when Miss  Jones boarded it in,realiy aji-tisticntyle,  I wns gTeatly plfetlsid,, 1 eliirled her orff  gently and then took hold of the saddle  nguiT.', prcpiu-i'd't-) Irdt homo b"i?lf nr  "���";Ay:i,;;!:;y HkYL il^Yn^' -Vtr.-  '  ��� . .   ..       . I     ...  -J *..-..-.���... ' i .      ,.  ���'*���"!:. ,.-7': V- -:':-d.!'.t*.t'*V'!.'.1"]:!/y' ;  ! >-' i...-i-i-���.tj'i'tu.ylii'-:y*y .  -: r.;;!'-.'yl. v, ������������������)  :'".   '.   ���'  ..   i ;7.,.-���)'  Funeral.Director .  and ���  Embalmerr2"""^^  Graduate pfJChampion College ol' the  Uuited'Stutes.' Upho3st(ep'pjg and general furniture repajrjng. Qffice and  store, Ajken's" 'block,", near Oanadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  ' '' a  Cranbrook. ,    Y    B. C.  -JOHX     "JABBER,   13.    I?.    9.,-  T..   p.    S.  I  OifipjB nnjd Residence    CRANBROOK  ssscsetsssLZi.  i ' ' **  ' Books Audited and Accounts Promptly fioUefitgi.  .f>P  *^  i;-^(*U. \\vXs,\ti'S\i,i.\l��"(>�� ��r-> x��i*V��r  Ppjn.inion Egpresgj Order OMce,  ./ '  '     WipEYfOD3E'NO  44..  Meets ev.e.ry Monday evening in their  hall on -Victoria street, fic^our.auitj-  Odd Fellows cordially invitc-d.  >r. jj. noLUSTF.n, 'r^j-.i^.  FH.IKK p>.v.v.\-,x ( C;  -��� j. >r. i.isi),i.iv, i". s'  #Eoyie   Miners' i Union  fleets jn AfcGregor hall every Tyes.day  i-yening. Sojo^rping meinbers, ?re  cordially invited to attcn>i.  H. B...Qv.iOCKK P. T. S-VYTH,  President. Si-cretary.15  Moyite Boaro]. of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday  evening ,of each moot)) tj.t  8 .o'clock sharp.   '    '  -    J. P. Farrell., Pres.  A. P. JMAjCDjONALp,      LEW/JS TliOJfS.ON,  Vice-Pros. ,       ; Sec'v.  WIIJOLpjSAjUJ ANP RETAI/j  MEAT '   'MERCHANTS  A  Presh'and .Ctired Sweats, Fresh  Fjsh, Game  a.nd   Poultry.    We  supply  only   the  best.     Your  -'   trade sqlici,ted,  .    .-.lAKKirrs  AT  MACLEOD,        .       FORT STJBELf  FERNIE,"f   ' '      ..'JKIAlBEtiLEy,  WARDNER, - 13 RANBRQOif.  MOYrE; ���    Wain c$,ce.   ''  C.BANBRpOK/B.��.  r-mmr, . .,ii,...,(i.im��� ,. ���,^T^  i 6  FOR   FINE   TAILORING  i-i  i  . I  - !!t"  J.-I/JECT I..OUTK.  ���      EAST.  Winnipeg.  Torpntp,  ���BufJTaio,  Montreal,  Boston,  New Y'ork.  WEST.  jKooienays,  V.mcpuver,  Victoria.  Semtle,  Portland,  'S ui Francisco,  via, Boo Lins,  8T. PAUL  CHICAGO  AU, UNtTF.D STATES   POINTS.  Through tickets to England, tlie   continents of Australia, China and Japan.  COURT MOYIE.  No. -f.fi.or.*.  Mpetg on fhe Inst Thnt?  day of eftc-h'nioiitli. Vls-  iiliiS,, Jjfetlii-rii Inj'itccj  to attend.  F. I. MOORE, C. R.      G. T. McGREOOR. R. S.  Fresby^rian     Chureh  SERVICES  Are Jiej.d in -McGl-egcr hall each   Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 8 p. m.  Sabbath. t,'chooJ and! pastor's bjblo  c}as8 at .'3 p. m.  The public are invited and will be  wt-lcn.iied cordially to eacli and all of  those servioeu, G. B. GREIG,  pastor.  iu  MERCHANT   TAILQ��.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoatiijg  Tr.tujscr.-i,   Imported    .Gpqds.  MpYIE, B'. 0  L M_l__l_lU_IB_l_L U_LI_l_>sssssssss**s*L���IM-I���Wsi WIM Willi IT I ��� ��� I1MIWT1���mi ITnrTTT T ~~*"^  .    .  J ------ ������������        _ ,     _r ���     ,_ j .^. . _... i      ��� ,_r  .JOdprijC. KEJIJIEliSTA^T, Pr��l!'  Lager beer sold J by the ' .Keg or doppfi  bottles-   ���'  Bottled Beer  |rj. ^tfQck. t , .  Qqtsuie Orderi3 |3-ive:i Strict Attcnlio;;  IMDUMHMinriannsi  FINE WATCH .REPAIRING  TWENTY VEARH KXPERIES'CK.  Fine stock of serviceable watches, at  reasonable prices. - .lust the thins: f'>r  miner*).  VicroitfA Street.  **-*j i  I  ft*.-'    -  r  i-a*"-  m  m  Ky%  i-i <r? ^  mwss  T>epurt  SifiO a. m.  3:09 p. m.  IKAIjSS jMO-sIKj  WEST  EAST  Ai-ri ve  13:00 p. m.  8:50 a. m.  Apply for Rales, Maps, Time Cards, Tickets anil  Full Information to Nearest Local'      V  Agent,; . ���        .  '' : ���  G. Hillier, Agent, Moyie. ':'.  J. S. CARTER,  ..   IJisi, Pass. Aft.  N'f.'l*0"i  K. J. COYLE,  As'a't. Oon. 1'uss  Prices Giveii.  -  aiid   Orders  Takfeii on  iii tlie iPrintiiig  Line at fee  VKt.  Yniicovcr: *  GET YOUE  'PICTURES FEAMED  Prest,',the photogr  pher, -has just received the finest lot  of nibulding-s i^  East Kootenay.  ii:.rc W^A..-Prest, ���;  Photographer.  Cr.iTVlirnolc,     Moyji*.     Port Soul1)  Will Visit Moyie on ,  Tuesday and Wednesday  ���y��  &^V��i-  m  ~mM;-M^iimmmm2:?gmmmM

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