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The Moyie Leader May 11, 1901

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Array ��� FOR YO.UE,  " ' ' IC=0  TO THE  rfG��?E Pn^BMAOi:,  c'.OQtSlfay Hutc-l bid.'.  Jos. ScJiAlcir, Prop,   r^c^af?^; DrvgffijN  VOL. 4, NO.  .'Mfcwwr  y<-^/  /y  ���*>  ���*Jr'-��i  "**",i^*\  '/  //  AT  CANN'S BOOKSTORE  MOYIE, B? a, 'MAY II. 1901.  %2 A YEAR  "JS>"  SemetEmq 1F0r tfe Sadies.      \$  Your present w'ants and summer needs must   be   met, and   wo pc.n 4$  '    ' do it by selling you the Empress Shoo and Comfort 'Hose.      '   ��� 0W  rIiiL INCREASE FORGB!  M  U  rca  4  TRY THEI  W  'RY THEM  St-,  .S.ugene Mine   end.  Mill to Start Up.  LOCAL    MEWS,  Mr. C run in i#ft for  Spokane  U,<J/i��\  WILL EMPLOY 200 MEN  It wilt Takp Several Months tu Corriplctc  ,   '      the Controi:! with tlio lielg-ain  ' ' ���'. i .   '. ��� '  X-'irm.  [COMFORT'tfOSE  And you .v/ill n,GVer'again "be'satisfied with any oitier.  COMPAMY.  ". y  .'    *���:   vs   ".'    >'    - ''���   "     *- ; ,���; .7,1,  THE-' CANADIAN-. BAM' iff ; MM.  '    Paid Tip Capital' $8,000,000.   ���  .JMNBROOK BRANCH. ���; ���       MERT HfflES, MGB  S��lE2Ctv*  /-r\ rrs,    T  A  A ���*        -     ���*���  SJiMS  N.-A. MaoK'ESV.b, Proprietor.' ' '  The -Hotel for the." massed,'" Every ft i^' Firpt  in ^yW Aspect,   Sample Rooms  for    ���  go^me.rcial Men.  iYLOYJE,   "'��� '. ,       gritish Columbia  i wwnj��uiB��i.wi*^.:i,<.i*<^��y  '&'  Ml  ,"-ts*-A��ri>i-  ^-r-  ,4r~  Lar^e' sample adorn in ponnection  with house for commercial :non. BesL  of accommodations.  ��  Headquarters for Commenciai and ] IVIining  fvlen.  QUEEN  AVENUE.  jroYIB.   H. C  The St. Eugene mine |  and "mill are again to I  start up and a force of I  in the neighborhood oi'!  20O men will foe   em-  ployed.   'This  will  e;o  into   effect    at    once/:  Manager Jame^ Oronin  returned from Toronto  yesterday,   and   gaye  the foregoing inforina-  tion to the Leader this  morning,   The company intends completing  its contract 'with  the  Belgimiirm, and it will  take   several   months  steady running to do so.  Mr. Orpnin says that  the chances seem very  ffrvorabje for the Bomi-  nio n go yer nment. gran-.  ting a bonus on renned  lead, and he thinks this  will be done very shortly, as. the session" will  soon, close.  ' When asked regarding the reported fail in  the price of-St. Eugene  stock, Mr, Croixin said  there was absolutiy  nothing to it. He said  that there was no stock  listed in the market,  nor did he know that  there was any for sale.  Geo. Eepd returned frqm Spokane  yesterday,  ilrs. phus. Kliugi'nsrciith returned  from Fort Steele veslerday.  Moyie lake has bepn vising s.1 a  quite rap;d rate,for the past 'week/  ' J. ,J. Jklijrphy jvas in Cranbroqk  Timreday and Friday,of thia week.  I). J. Elmer is now carrying a ni-'C-  line .of fruity at h}:; stand on Victoria  street. ���  , Mr. and I\fxs. Wcrgin and, Jlrs. Ilol-  listef v:��re in Grai;brock V/cdnes-  da}'.  V/'m. Lacey and A. D. oVFcKinlev  are taking in the Windermere' country.  .'   ��� ;      "    ',  'HIE Pi 1LEB1ATE  May g4th-tobe Fittingly Observed.  Hospital IPvsii Fees,  A bill has  been   introduced   in   the  provincial legislature by Mr.   Gdmour,  entitled an Act to amend the "Master  and Seivent Act,'' weich provides:  "Whenever  twenty  f>r   more workmen or servants employed   in,  on   or  ]                 ' - about any work  or uudertakuiS  by   a  ', ~  >.' j master, request, in'writjnjr, such mas-  'pTPUTfi        &VT\        qpfiDTiq ' ter to deduct rroni their wages, a  sum  jriylNJ-V     r A-V^-V        prUxiiloj tG provide for| medical  attendance,   it  shall bo the <luty of   such    master   to  giv?. immediate effect to such   request;  TIio Vicnic Will )>e Given bj-   Hit   I^iu'.jes  >u Die Orove on tlift West si<?p  of Uio tval--e.  Ed. V/er"iu lias  SIK  liou<  and  let in tj<o Ea.I:o Hlie;re additiou tp vthu  ."\royie Lumber Co.  It is reported J.hat.Mr. Cronin intends havjng a residency built near  the mill and'moving his  family, ,hore.  If ere :s something new a^ain! a big  shipment .of ladies' shirt pajsts have  arrived at the oldest established firm  in town.  Peter Cardigan has returned after an  absence of a few , weeks. Pete says  that Moy'ie is the best tnwu. h^ has  seen in hj�� travels.  Movie in tends (o still li v o up to lb  reputation and ceicbrale tire 2lth u  May. The celybratio.') will be carriad !  on in U;e regular manner, v/ith c-ll th.-  sports, etc;, necessary fur sijch an o'c-  canion. Among the features will o-j .��  picnic   Qytan   by   the   ladies   in   the  the amount o; aucJj .sum   phall  be' de-  J1 tenpined by' such   workmen   or   rerv-  I anU,   and    the   medjeal    practitioner  selecttM.';  "After the :-aid request has been  "' made, er.ch v/orkman or servant tin-  ployed iiij.on ci abimt the work or -  I uudertnking, shall enter the mame of  a duly imaliljed medicil practitioner  whom he desires to be attended by,' in  a book to be kept   by ,the   m'astei   for  that purpose, and <:iieh workman or  beautiful grove en fewest side of the Ser/u��t may, at any time/alter the  lake.    0/,com>o the men>e expected | nAmQ q{ th(J medie;,] pr,wtitiondr| Uj)0n  T. JS. MahafTey is moving .his stock  to a town in the Northwest Territories.  Mr. MaharToy is a good citizen, and  the town of Movie- regrets Lb lose  him.  A. PI. Shnn is nicely  fitting  up  lit3  'place, and   intends   running   an    ice  cream parlor in   connection  with   his,  bakery this summer.  Park, Mitchell & Co's. sawmill is  running in �����.'.! blast and they are  turning out a targe amount of lumber  each day. Most of thi.s lumber ,when  dry will b--, shipped to the prairies east  of here. ^ , >  Pat McNeil is, again able to be  around after' his  illness,    lie  wibln-s  to aspist in cleaning the ground, puling up the swings and the like. Hi,  the evening the Foresters will have  charge of the ball, y/ljieh no dqubtwill  up to the one given a year ago, which  was one of the'best ever given' m the  town.  The T. O. .F. Dance.'  - All arrangements are nearly perfected for,the grand,ball to be given by  the Foresters on the .evening of May'  21th. The .various committees have  been appoinled to look after ihe affair.  The placards are out, and t.i'e tickets  'are already on ' sale. Supper will lie  served at the Kootenay .hotel.  The Early Cloainjs Movement.  Theru is an eaily closing movement  on foot amongst the .merchants, but, as  yet no definite action has been taken.  All seem in favor of closing early, and  the only question under dsscussion is  the hour. Some are in favor of closing  at 7, wluleoihara think they should re-  ,0  main open until b>, so.as   to   give   the  men working on the hill u, show.    It is  giving one month's notice to,the master. "It shall be the'duty of the master to pay the bum &o deducted to the  mtdic'ul practitioner ao named, and up  other ijuni shalljbe deluded from -the  wages of a work mac or servant bv a  master for medical attendance."  sign, so that all may close together at  the appointed time. It is likely sonic  action will b-  few days.  *..�� I  aken   within   the   next  through the Leadcr'Vo thank the, peo ] AugsesLud t-hatof such an agreement is  ,pic of M jyie for the funds .they raised "^ tliat a \k\X be rung or some other  fcr his benefit some time ago.    k  The Odd Fellows will celebrate their  first anniversary next Saturday eventing by giving a few hours entertainment in their hall. A ommittu has  been appointed to look after the'affair.  The work of finishing the inside of  the new addition uf the Hotel Kootenay is progressing nicely, and all the.  furniture is here for the fitting out of  the house. When finished this house  will no_doubt be by far the finest'in  East Kootcaay.  }lr. vniyte;e.i>.!itl<;,5.  '  Mon treal, May.O.���J>resiiJent,Shaugh���  ncs.iv, of the G. P. Fv., has published  the following ciroulir:  "Mr., Wm. Whyte; assistant to t'ne  president, will advise 'and as'sjst t'ho,  president in all matters connected  with colouization, proposed ejitenpiop'  of th.e company's rail.y.'ay system, the  developement of .the industiiies, a,long  thecompany's lines, the.estab.lis.hmeat .  of now business, connections, :tud ' the  administration of the cumoanvViandSj  townsites and other properties of that  description. -        ,   "  / "  ''Vie will perform such other duties  as may be assigned to 'him from time'  to lime.  "Mr. Whyte's office will-lie at Win?;  nipog."        ,. > ���' ,    ���  r  ���\Wm  ���-, '^v,Ksi?.  ������ ��� '.-"-''^sa  fiaBamgSSBSaaEBSSBESBSBSSSBSBSl  light be Equaled but  Exclled by any 50 cent Tea  on 'Earth.  it in  and  9fi,  ^^..VND-^V',  .��  il^KM^K��^.^^^^^^  ��� ,f. C. JJrewry Here.  ' J. G. Drewry, managing director of  the Canadian (Sold Fields syndicate,  and one ot the directors of the St.  EugeneiConsolidated Mining Co., was  here'this week to look over the mine  and enjoy a little trout fishing on the  lake. _   Smeltor for Kuslo.  Knslo, B. C, May 9.���Prospects are  bright tiiat Kaslo will have a si::c!ter  in the near future.  W. l-I Jeffery, M. E., who lias an  option on the stock of the Kaslo Smelter, Lid., has interested sufficient capital to erect his plant, build railway  spurs, wharves and docks, tramways  and other necessities for the running  of a large smelter.  Mr, Jeffery says he is not prepared  at present to stale who his   principals *Ilc c����-er ��t ��atiinff.  are, but he did say that the money The career of Mr. Catling, of gun  ijuestion was finally settled mo*l satis- { fame, as an inventor covers over 70  factorily and that no expense would be j years, for it began when he was 12.  sparoo to make the smaller the most i ft is singular that, while his first boy-  up to date of its kind in the west  Dan McKay and Fred Fitch are  doing work on their claims which are  situated on the north side of the upper  Moyie lake about 1500 feet from the  shore. They now have a tunnel in  about 30 feet and j have an eight foot  ledge of gold bearing quartz. They  intend to work a month or six ,\venks  yet, at the end of which time no doubt  they will have a promising lookiug  property.  - Every custom'er purchasing goods  from Reid, Campoell it Co tor cash  will receive silverware coupons or  tickets to the value of ten per cent of  the amount of each purchase, and they  pledge their business honor to quote  their very lowest cash prices to all  such customers. These coupons or  tickets are redeemable at their store in  any-of the Crown Silver Plate Co.'s  silverware von mav choose to select.  The ^few Sawmill. -  The, .work of framing the timbers log  the new sawmill is   progressing fayoi'-  ably, and the boilers have arrived- a^tf"  are ready to be installed.  (Fvsnci'al of Tl/omas rower*.  Cranbrook Herald :���The lemams of  Thomas Powers, the fireman', who wvis  drovyntd at Kootenaj Landing two  weeks ago, were recovered las' Monday  and brought to .Cianbrpok Tuesday for  bursal. Undertaker Campbell went to  the landing after the body. Service  were held in the English church Tues-  dad afternoon, Pvpv. Beacham officiating. The services were in charge of  the employes of the locomotive depurc-  iuent, who contributed to the expense,  as the desoased was not a member of  the fji-omans association. Ernie  Brown was the head of the" committee  that took clie mat'er in charge.  Placer Mining.  Vic and Felix Dosauinier and two  other men have a placer cfaim on the  west side of the lake. They have put  in a setof sluices and have three men  employed. They will soon be through  cleaning up, when the value of their  claim can be more fullv determined.  l-'lre Wm-ilcns Klcclod.  At the election held at the jail last  Saturday the following were elected to  serve for the ensuing term : W. L.  Meid, ,L K. MacEachern and J. J.  Murphy.  The Witter works.  The pipe for the new waterworks i.i  expected any day now, and as the dam  is completed, there will be   nothing  to  /^ .Gentle.innn.  I was once spending,the uig&t ^n ,��  beautiful home in a .'���large city. \4v  about nine o'clock my nost, ,a gect^f*  man of about J5 years of age, got i}fiY  went out ii-to the hail and p,ut o%. ��>i��  overco.-.t and rubbei'J. Betorniuv; &  the parlor dpoij he said;  "Excuse me, please, for just a fc^  minutes. I am going to say gaofu  night to my mother."  1 His mother lives .three blocks dis^-  taut., and for'!f>0 y.ears her son ha if  never failed to ,go and bid her goad.-  night, if he was in the city.  "No matter what the .weather inaj"  be, on matter who his guests are, my  husband never fails to run over to birf  motlipr's and bid her good night,"  said the gentleman's wire when htj  had gone.  "Neither he nor she could sleep ' if  this duty had been neglecttd. '' Wheij  his business compels him u> be away  from the city, he writes to her' every  day, if only a single line.  "Her mental powers are beginning  to tail, and she forgets many things,  so that her mind is a blank on sQme  points; but when nine o'clock comes  .ihe always knows the hour, and says:  'It is time for Henry to come and bid  me good night.'"���Will Carleton's  Magazine.  Actual construction, he said, won id  commence by the first of July, and it  would be rushed so as to allow the  stacks to be blown in at the earliest  possible moment.  Mr. Jeffery is now devoting his attention to ascertaining tho whereabouts and quality of th.e dry ore supply. He ha^ had thorough tests made  and says there is sufficient dry ore  available to keep a lead smelter running forever. Of course tho supply of  lead ore is inexhaustible, that already  mined and awaiting shipment being-  sufficient to gtiarauteo a long run if no  inoro sloping woro ilono.  ish invention was a machine for sowing seed, the latest product of his  brain is an automobile plow which i.-  to no the work of a dozen horses. Mr.  Catling is one of the most domestic  and peaceful of men.  Iceland is said to have no million-  aires, no dependents and no paupers.  All the people of the land, though  poor, ire self-supporting, and the  country has little or no crime.  J1USINKSS   XiOCAt,S.  LOTS���-for sale on easy terms in all  parts oi   town.    D,   J  Store.  Elmer's   Cigar  WANTED���TRUSTWORTHY MEN AM) WO.  mon to travel and a<lvprti��o for old established  house of solid Jhiiuicial sunuUm,'.   Snl/i:y ,f"S0 u  prevent laying it immediately when   it j year and oxpsnses, nil i>nyable in cash.   Xocun-  vasinf? required.    Give references nntl  eiielo^c  ,-elf addressed stumped ^nvlopc.   Address Man  arrive?,.  I'lmloniuHT ��'f t'10 ���Tinner tijine;.  St. Paul, May 10-���At a regular  meeting of the board of managers-of  the start; prison today at Stillwater  unanimous action was taken in favor  of paroling Cole and James Younger,  now serving life sentences. This is in  accordance with the new law which  allows the parole of life prisoners after  about 2J years imprisonment. Cole  and James (Bob) Younger have been |  in Stillwater since 1S7G for the North- ;  field,   Minnesota,   bank   robbery    ;uid j  n?er, ."iOj Caxtou f5!dq:., Chicago,  ���1-1  MINING QUOTATIONS  Ry "Hutch" of Cranbrook.  North  Star.' , .       $.fifi   OS  Sullivan   Morning Glory  American Roy  Winnipeg  . . .  .0.1  .09.$'  yi i  Mot:il Quotations.  York,   May   10.���B:ir   silver,  cen Is. Lead, price for miners  the murder committed during that j and smelters, $4.37{< at the close. Cop*  raid, so which thoy   p,u'ticipated   with I per, broko'/s' price. % 17.00.  tho J in n 08 gfttiK.  1  London, May i).���Lend Xig Oa.  i.  'ti  lt  i  <>.' >       '  1  .' 1  , >^?? \' "f  ' i, ���-,.'' n i " '  >      -ay ^ j  ,''Pi ���':/  f ,  {��*-$' \ ���  '< ,?;">'? 1 ,";*  ( ���';' 'i��" ,; -  f <��� {fi'^ i ,'<,  <*?���*:',?'��? '.*  ; ��� �����;;- jr. ,j  .,' If       ?\ '  . !*-;..>���.?-, t^    ,  i ,'!r-' <\ '��� ' "  ,  *    tl    4t "���  .. -��� ��� i * *.'  r���:,s,i jcj  ,  '     .,i ;t �� ' ;,,'  t N.i'k;'-. ���  '  [ l, V ' ' i  f.j'WiJfc',-/  'i'^-p {-,>"���<  <   't'r-ti. ,��� -  i.   f \ sr*,',-  ! VI,. {.J  1 in -r *-*1  I1-'- .if}  ���it/'1*-  &i'  1 >'  t ;  f t  ' j  ft  ��� '< '����'  .,;-rtr  I.  11- ���; 7  ��� ,'-H-i." ,n  '10 -- ,  M9-  ������l[iy.-  l; i.rii,',' 1.  ^^^'4,,: ���'  ��>,i' f}''1  ���'-���it- ��;,,  ���i"i*iBii'  ���i  tit v%  t ���  ic  . ..; ,j  'J,  .     '    it  :<!f^  ].,  > - <i  OPVI  EEOUX  1 Mn��mmM-��w��j��i�� ���nnr.wnnnrrrMir  THE IOIIE LBADEH.  , mains hermetically closed until the  j seals aie broken in the Sultan's own  =-===^-:���t^-:-���.-=^==:==^_^rr=_ , presence. His majesty's life is passed  Pablished in the interest of the people   m il ^onS  series  of  elaborate   precau-  : (ions. However, in spite of the n'are  Ihetakes of his-iiiv.lth. Abdul Hamid,  ' after a reign of 25 years, looks prematurely o'd and broken. His weakness  lis extreme, and his body so   thin   that  WitfB^'TiTOOTr��ii*TifiiwwflMaBiggicg*aE3gjzy3rf'  of Movie and East Kootenay.  Harvey    &   McCarter  FORTSTEELK.B.C  Hancy, 3IcCarter & Alexaudc>r,  WEENIE, 13. C.  THE   POST OFFICE  DJKUG & STATIONERY STORE.  I-'  Ft J. SMYTH <t CO.,  Pr-bllsliers.  HATES Or ?U��SUBirT10>-.  One Yesr *f2.C0 I  j it is little more than a skeleton.  Barristers & Solicitors, j T0ILET ARTICLES,  (PATENT MEDICINES,  SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1901.  Take   an    uneducated     man    and  he will   steal  a   horse;   educate   him  Surveying: the Boundary JLine.  It is now fifty yp;>rs  or more "since  the  international   boundary   between  this country   and   the  United   Stales  from Lake Superior to the Pacific   was  nnd he will steal a  railroad.���Herbert! marked out,    Negotiations have been  Spencer. | proceeding between   the governments  ^"t-:^t=��uj^^== {of Canada and   the  United   States   in  All interested should'bear   in   mind   ,.;M... nf ,'"   ,;uQ,); ���,, f-.,  ,J,vm,\ 01,a possible disappearance of the  that their free miners, certificates   ex-11, '���n.i������,   m������t.      , 1     .     i-  ,_ , houiivtary   marks,   an    understanding  pire on  Mav  31st, and   must   be   re-   u���.,:n��� i,��� ���    ���    '      .    ., ,'     ^|  ^                               '                                       having been arnven at,   the result  of!  newed bv th.it date*                                    ,���'.>;,.!, ,���;n 1 ��� ^   .   .1 . ���    I  wtucn will be that   the   two countries!  �������"     -rami!     '���! 11 r    ���    i��i-��>i������f j a j  . T~~ j,will proceed thin  coming  summer  to  I here is no   fault   whatever   to    be  rov;m��� n,�� ,���n>i   ,u  , 1        - ,  t       ,    . ,    , ��� . ��� I review the work thai was done in part,  found with the approprations made by | nnt. <��������� iUt_ ���������,��� ��� ���f r   ���  1 , J 1 not tor tne purpose of fixing any   ne^v  Mining" Stock  CKANBROOK.  Daily market prices   by   wire  from Spokane.  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  P, D. HOPE,  'Clicimsl aixl Di-uggist,  '   MOYIE. B. C  NOTARIES AND   CONVEYANCERS.  lines Bought and Sol  "      ���    . And.Options Carried  ���   Representing Eastern and Canadian Capital.  FOUT STEELE, KIMBERLEY,  MOYIE, B. c.  't  r/  f  I  r  I  (  ,�� r ���  .ft1  I",  ������1  -*  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Pujulic, Accoun-  -taxt,   Co:.r:\jissioN   and  Insurance Agent.  m*r.aiairiM*imr��ixa  GO   TO. THE  Uie jjroviucial legislature for Movie  this year. The sum is well up 'with  the amount expected. , ,  , An entarprising firm like the Moyie  ,, . Lumber company will be a valuable  acquisition' to the town of Moyis.  They are well deserving of success,  and no doubt will meet with it.  A leg trust is 'the latest thing.  IVooden legs, of course. The United  States  government allows  $75   every  boundary line but. for the purpose of  preserving the location of ihe forty-  ninth paiallel. A" pressing ' necessity  at the present time is to'define accurately the boundary line between Canada and the llnited States in the mineral region of British Columbia. Jt  has come to light that doubt has arisen  in. some cases 0: mineral claims as Oto  which side of the boundary they are  located on and  immediate  work   this  -1  summer will be directed towards ' pre-  Money to Loan.  Moyie,  B.  C.  ng  XXOTTS3E3.  W. F   SURD,  DAKKISTEK, SOLICITOR, ETC.  CRANBEOOK.  B. C.  serving and   renewing  the   boundary  , - "--   '-."fr      "iiv*       IVUVIMUg        Villi UUUIIUdlJ  three years to legless ex-so!dier3j   and   linn in Southern British Columbia.   It  the nevt trust is after the money.  Iceland is said to * have no millionaires; no dependents and no paupers.  All the people of the land, though  poor, are self-supporting, and' the  country has little or ho crime.  is the intention of the department of  the interior to send out parties this  summer for that purpose.  ,**�� ^iri'wwaimmuiMWMa  Mark Hanna, seeing to have been  overlooked in President McKinleys e~-  eursion party. - Mac should have  brought his side kicker out west; so  ihe people could at least have takeh a  look tit him.  cxtaMnn  Kalsixl on a iJottlo.'  "Was that baby of yours raised .on  the botlle?" asked the small boy of the  negro woman,  '���Yans, chile; why?''     ,  ���'Well; it nuist have been an ink-  bottle."���Ex.  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and. Insurance  Agent. c<  '     'NEW   YORK LIFE,  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE.  PHCEtflX OF BROOKLYN  LONDON MUTl/AL FIRE  Insurance Oo.'s  Fort Steele, B. C.  For your oulfit.    The largest stpek in  East Kootenay.  REID &CO.,  Oil A NBROOK, B. 0  yusnimsTXDT, hivstmrek <h,co.  er, Porter an  er Always 00 Hand, i  auality not excelled in the .country. Try it and  be-convinced.  .-4  ���11  ga^^s^^^d^d^-iaaaas^ee^saaeeeed^^aaasaa^^  Keep Your Eye  Trade-unions do not claim to b'e (he  ( 'WANTFD��� TRTJSTVvOKTHY SIEN ANb Va 0-  raen to travel and <i(h-ertise for old 'estaljlishecl  'houie of solid financial standing Salary ?7S0 a  year ami exptusfS, nil tmyable in cash. >"o enn-  vasing required.   Give references and cnolo&c  bnly institution'for.good; but we claim !ec,f arWre^e(l'.steniped eavlope., Address man  ,1, ���   .   v, 41 s   '   ,   ��� ��� ,     , a^er' :!jj Ciixton 31dg., Chicago, 4-1  ihat when they have  reached   a slage ���   p    '  of perfection, other reforms that are  then desirable will come without the  asking, and without effort.���Cigarmak-  ers' Journal. *        '  B'IVll"ll��IWWWKIH  ^ Tha Industrial World at Eossland  is now issued as a daily. The World  is a good representative bi the laboring  classes, and the miners of the Koote-  hays should give it their liberal parto-  uage. as, the expenses of conducting  a duily paper are many;-..  The prison commissioner of the  {state of Georgia declined to allow con-  . victs to be employed by the hollow-  ware manufacturers of the state,, on  the grounds that their product would  come in competition with that of free,  labor. Here is a precedent worthy, o!  emulation.  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that ail  persons who have  subscribed   for'Moyie  Waterworks. Corhpany   stock   will , be  /asked to take up their shares   on   May  1st. A. P. k AC DONALD;  Secretary,  : C P, BIGGINS,  ^siciar?. and Surgeon j  OFFICE���PARRELL TLOCK.     '     ���  MOYIE, British Columbia.  Qity    Shaving' Parlor,  '    CENTRAL-  HOTEL."  cBUTCHEB, SHOP.  o  ,'QUEEN'S  AVENUE.   '   ,  ,    ' ' :      JOHMSTOJS'   BROS.  % This Hotel is New and well Furnished   The *  ��'       Tables are Supplied with the Best the *  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with ���  the is est Brands of Liquors and Cigars. ^  AGENTS, FOR PABST'S'  MILWAUKEE BEER.   ''  A  ��/  to  to  to  to  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  ���    <AND MINING MEN  0  viz  to    ."UOYIIS, _ -._ _       , _     , _ ttriTTfJTr ri,T-M>., .    W  ��66*s���&aadaaa&&ada*s666666��������se<S6sse���������6���e6e������S������e���etwi  3  a  fish; flesh ,.  AND     FOWL  "  OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LIV-  ' ��� ING PRICES.  WESLEY CI.INE, I��rop.  MOYIE,  B. C.  wruw^^-w���m*v*mHLM<%iAmil\n  t^ir*  tnz "���tn*',m*t#*"wi pnAA ��ri  -^j.  , Cascade Record: A very large  humber 'of the railway running accidents are caused from ihe spreading  of the rails. Jt seems as though ii  might bo an easy matter to .remedy'  this terrible evil.,, A single spike in a  JLie to hold a jail has been abundantly  .proven to be insufficient.' Two s.pikes  each side of the,rail in each tie v/ould  .probably save many lives, and hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of  property. At all evenl3 it might b  well to try the remedy.,-  iidlcyoii Kot Springs,  I'he most complete health resort oil  the continent of North America.   Situated   midst   scenery   unrivalled  for  wjranduer.    THE   HALCYON    HOT  SPRINGS Sahiitiriuni, Halcyon 'Hot  springs. Arrow .take) B.   C.    Resident  physician and nurse,    Boating lishing  and   excursions.      Telegrapliic    coih-  municaiiuu   with'   all   parts   of    the  world.    Two mails arrive  and   debart  daily.    Terms, $1-5  to   $IS   per   week  according    to   residence   in   hotel   or  villas.    Its baths cure all   nervous and  muscular diseases.    Its waters heal all  kidney,   liver   and   stomach   troubles.  The baths and waters   are   an inyalu-  ble remedy for silver and   lead poisoning.      . ' i-  Send Your Work  To tne^^g^  CITY.  LAVNDHY.':  Where it  will be Done   Satisfactory,  P. LUTx^ER; Prop.  GOOD xyORK.  FRICBS   REASON AlJL.ii  THE  LAKE   SHORE  . ��� A Connecticut man has invented a  clock which shows the time as mileage is marked on a cyclometer. Thus,  instead of observing the position of  the hands on a dial you simply read  ���the figures l.V: prencntiy the '.'��� drops  out and is replaced.by a 7, iu a few  -minutos more the ��. giyes place to ,\  3, in another h-dt .h<">nr ths 7. gives  .place to 8. It iu explained that the  t-ystem has sjiccial- advantages .for  ���tower clocks, and that the lime 'i:iay  ���be read at a :>:uch greater distance  than by the old plan.-  ��� The private kitchen of the Si:11:.m  loi' Turkey is a veritable forlrus, consist-  aig of a small chamber situated to the  eight of the -real entcrance, and is  ���guarded by barred windows and can  ���armor-plated door. The cook oflic-  -iates under the ever watchful o,yo of  the kelardUii bachi, .one; o.f the inoct  ���weighty ���functionaries iu'YHdiz Pal-  'ace, at Constantinople, for the health,  'the very life even, of the ; ruler is ax  ��� lhis mercy. When cooked each dish  'is fastened willi red wax,   bearing   tlu>  '     l     NOTICE. ������     .      ,i  Notice Is hereby given that I,'i>: 17: Mtr'tin,  miner, intend CO days after date tc apply to the  Chief coirinissioner of JouCs nnd works for a  special license under land acttoent end cr.iry  attey'.tiiiber on the following described lands  situnc-jd in tiie -,'icinity of the upp'jr moyie  lal:e tnviit^ Southvcai corner po>t stt'Jated  about one hulf mile ���r.oriheast, cf, Movie river  fuHb; thence north FO chains, thep.ee cr^l ��0  chains, tbuncc south SC chain,-., thence v/e.-' SO  chains to piece of commencement.  .     . -     I). Jr. .VARTI-N.  Moyje, L'. (J. J-'eb. L!0th 1901 3-tC.  Earner Sliop; .  liot, Cold and Vapor Baths.]  Opposite   Cosmopolitan  Hohl  roizr prov.  MOVIE DAIRV.  delivered    In   nil  da-  Satiofac-  ' Fresh   new   mill  k' i -   . ,       ...     ,  parts of town  twice  lion guaranteed.  ���    Mrs. Adelaide Dill, Prop  ",'-7f-.  Bread deliveied  ��� ' to any part o    the city,  PIES, CAKES AND''ETC  v ���  Always on Hand. *  rt *���  Ai SLINN, Prop.  IF YOU AK=E A  Or DOMESTIC AJTW  IMI'OKTEli  PIPES AnJ3 TOBACCOS,  i     .    j ,.  Cal^.and examine ir.y {new  "atoolr and you will be   convinced that T have the   best  brands there are,in the mar-  ��� ket:  b; J. Efcl^ES'i    Cigap;SWre.  ^cxtdoorto Kootenay Hotel.  Vic-  V.'-Vi?   ���    ,lorla struct, aioylc. B..C".,   ,  ;.    THE   PROSPECTORS'    EXCHA^QE. / I  ^ HOf 4  K..W,.(J., IIUJCK.'NBLSOV,  fj. C.:     , f  #    <���.     Goh^SiUvr lead and Copper mines wanted ni, the' EXOT-J ANGK '  j' _'      F.REK MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern k  investors. ,,   . ' K  ��� Pai ties haying mining properly for sale are  requested   to   send ',  samples of their oi*e to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.. ��� V  We desire to hear from prospectors  w'ho have   promising   min- (  eral claims in British (Columbia.      ' >'','. ��� 6  '_��� Prospectors anri'mining nlon arc   rerpilcslt'd   to ' make'liic    EX- ^l-  CHANGE their headquarters 'vhen in Nelson.,- , ' ' t  '���     ' All samples slionld b'e sent, by ri^prass. PKEPAID. . f  jj,,        OorrespondeucesoUcited,'   Addrn��-- all commtinic.itions t-> fi*  *       .' Axbnicw' r.nosEXjinhtitin, $  ���5   Telephone No. 10-i. P. O. Box TOO, ,,   '"   NELSON B. C. v  ;/j5*  "VI  A,  I-?.--1  %  s  ft  fc  *  * ���'  rA   "A n'  * 9  1/��  Clotliiiig,   Gents'   ' Fiirnishin^  Bootsj  Shoes* Hats, Glovds^Etc,  COME AND'SEEJ Ui  Victoria Ave., Movie, 13, C  RENTON  y,CTicv..  Notice ij.herecy sivci: that I, Ren .f. ;R/lcy,  miner, iute.':)1. si^ty d-y;; r.Her dale, to  apply xi, thi: chief commLsMoner cf h'.nd and  woil:-, for ii ipecicJ liccire und'ir land net to  cut :-.f(l carry awry .limher cu tins-follcivlntf  described lracls >>itiin.tccl in the -.iciiuly of the  upiH-r Moyiu lfija; lo--,'it: SoubIi cn.st corner  po*t :iti.".t,wj alxpit ������<{ n.ile." r.ot-tti west cf- the  Mojio ii'i'i- fni'. : fhir.fe wc:! eltthf- chains,  thence noit'i 80 chains, lfc,o:ire cast Si;" (fains  tije.u'.'i- houtf SO ciniirs </,��� the jjlacc of com-  mejiCL,n--jut. i;rjs j. RYJjKV,  31oyji.-, u. f. Feb: U3th 1001. - -    ��� 3-It).- - -  T-rrn���nnmiwi 'ii.iiiin* i  ^t'^iwi wmx'jfsiy*  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO.  granbrook; b c.  ��    *��� ,      \'v ,'��������� ' s  Ar^atfed Waters of all  ,s.  Orders Solicited.  ".        ��� .   .;    "i ...,-,  Soda Water  and BVptifeW  PVHIGHTS <kc.  Anyr,'\'2 ppiiiI'iij; n . belch n^il --Jo^jr iptiojj may  quli'lily'i'St'crtaiii on opmiov fi-ce 'vhetlicr au  inventi'ri is probably v.itenuible..' Cofummiicn-  Uousnt.rictlyconfidential. rjanoiOobUomPatents  sent froe. Oldest aire'iK-v for sucurltifr patents.  Patents ���fcjiHfen tliroufjb JluiniA; Co. I'ecelvo  specialn'ytfep.-withoutch&Tfre, in the  A liamlynmely tllnstrn.te.fi weeKly. I/iiru'est circulation <>I any F.cic.aU/ic journal. Terirm, $;i a  vs.'ir   foi?r mcintlisj, ;fl.  Btf'tl tiyall newsdealers.  '   "    "  \  vuiir    .our iinniLUb, ���;���}.   &<! u vym\ n��wsuuuierF.       r  'M.UHN & Go.3818"*"^ Sew Ysrk 'l  ��� ALSO���  Bacoag*:,     Exvi.k��i5!   and    Geneuai.  J)KUvi-:hY. l  MOYTE.  fe  est   wins  T: % L<0WKEYrfPi'oprietbri  Minors   heildqUavtera.     Good - accommodntions   for   truvelers.  1 : liquors and cigars kept in stock.  take SKore Additioii MOYIEiB.Ct  *MMi$Mr$mm  NELSON,  B.'O*  i'r'ices teriveii.  'ana.   Orders  s\-/^r i^srvjs J^rz^ /-r z$s. s^i-  I  CO  - The   only   I:oi:sc   in   Eact    Ko'otnuy  ] hftited throti^liout with liolnif.  I ���       ���  ; First oliiss in   every   respect.    Spnci:il  j rates to bonrdery.    Good -hunplo   ruoin  i for eotntiieroiiil then.    c  Et'ropenn plnn.    Open day iilid riifrli!  m  Is*  '-r  '���h  ^C. U. H-M,\l.T. I'roj).  CBAlVBftOOE:  -Dt   O-  '���*_^7. rfzjrfr-^t-i<^ ^^h^zjsH/ .'rC/.,'*r\S?j&t _tCv, rf./_rfv jArst? ft&SS -*7 y.-,-rfz.rf- x\*���'���  FJU *JWM3afH**r*ttwh��naMtjrX-xaK3 L^lfB-imn.iaunf.iif.-,T<,<fr<i  J'klieii oil  ;,.  �� (���  Everything'.-. .  in tls.e5:t ���Printing*  Lin.8 at the  5  FOR Era-  s  lri)i)B$]SS  ~m  L3GLO  3LS0N.  d  8  ft  K  a  C  rim.  - t^! THE MOYIE LEADER.  APHORISMS.  rgSm  MOYIE,   B.   C.  ed.  c.  "-   9  m  id  ��  vV  viz  tt,  p  if  THE WINNIPEG INDUSTRIAL.  There    could    be no, better    mirror  held np to the rest of Canada    and  the world  in  general   to  reflect     the  inarch   of  progress   of    the  Canadian  Northwest than the  Winnipeg Industrial exhibition.    It  is,   in every respect and detail,  representative of the  west,  and the success   of the exhibition is synonymous with the success  of the country.      The-   extraordinary  showing made in the live stock   department   at   last   year's     exhibition  established     beyond   doubt   the fact  that Manitoba    is    a breeder's paradise.   This feature     of  the fair    was  unique in the respect that,.it was the  largest  exhibition  of live stock     the  world lias ever seen  and also in the  respect that it contained the largest  individual exhibits this or any other  -country,, has    ever    produced.      There  are- no idle words,  but. can be easily  substantiated   by  statistical information.   The  management  of the  exhi-,  hibition  promises   that   this wonderful showing will be eclipsed this year  , and   that  many   other   ,new  features  will be added to    the    fair.    A long  list of the most brilliant and costly  : variety^ attractions has been, booked.  i The   Winnipeg    Industrial  is  the  one  \ great annual event,  which the farm-  'i ers,    tradesmen,    business'men    nnd  ^Bj^v^sjsra-, the people generally cannot afford, to  ^if^M^iniss.   As  an, educational ,fa6tor,    an  -'; ^';p^?j||3inendjng source ,of entertainment and  '  -'v-'^W^^amuscment,   and  an  invaluable  imli-  -r>^;^i^;Catiori  of     the ' country's     industrial  \ ^lfri?^2,and  commercial   resources-it   is     not  ^{f'^exccedcd  by any yearly  exhibition  m  Sl'lkr Canada or the United States.   '  ��� Knowledge Is the eye of the pouI.���T.  Watson. ,  Every man stamps his value on himself.���Schiller.  Gratitude Is the music of the heart-  Robert South.  We get out of nature vr-jr we carry  to her.���Hagar.  No' capital earns such interest as  personal culture.  Genius is nothing but labor and diligence.���Hogarth.  Cheerfulness is the best promoter of  healih.���Addison.  Candor looks with equal fairness at  both eld oh of a subject���Noah Webster.  Know 'something' of every tiling  and everything of something.���Lord  Firougbum,  ANENTLY  HIT  AFTER SEVEN YEARS OF GREAT  SUFFERING.  MERIT  REWARDED.  Mr. Hamilton Waters, of Klclgevillr. Tells  _1^>f His relief from Neuralgia,  Klieuin-  ..tiKin atxl Stomach trouble tlirougli~t.Iie  '  Ajrfijucy ��f Or. William-.' J'ink l��Ill->.  Cucumbers and melons are "forbidden  fruit" to many per. ons so constituted that  tha least indulgence is followed by attacks  of cholera, dysentery, griping, etc. These  persons are not aware that they can indulge  to their heart's content if they have on hand  a bottle of Dr. Keliogg's Dysentery Cordial,  a medicino that will give immediate relief.'  and is a sure cure ,for all bunimer com  plaints. '   "  LAID UP.  ,A   STRONG MAN ON   HIS BACK  THROUGH KIDNEY, TROUBLE, ���  ELECTRIC  SPARKS.  About 12,000 hm-sppnwer is transmitted!  in the form of electricity from Niagara to  <Uufl"aJo.  Professor Elilni Thompson says that  "electricity Is finally to be one of the  mo?t potent"agencies in the treatment of  disease* and the allovintion of human ilia."  ' Thp'iise of ilu- ti'lpphonp in Cairo and  Alpxinllria has ������'own to such proportions  Mint it has* Ix-t-n found necessary to cpu-  tif'-t'ihe two cities by a tolenhone trunk  Lint-. , '  A Toronto Contractor, ivlio ivuk Never  Without I'ain for years*, and who  had ."Many.Times to Quit work ���Dorid'n  KidiiuvlMll.s made hlni well.   ''   .  rrssss  Toronto,   April     15.~(Special)���At  No. 86 Lippincott street, in this city,  resides,Mr. ,W. J. Keane.   Mr. Keane  flis a' contractor,   and  is   one of.' the  ��� best' known men in his line of business in Toronto. ,  Like many other succesful men   Mr.  |Keane has, suffered  during his    busy  /life- a great  deal from' Kidney    Dis-  p'orders.   For  years   he   suffered  great  f'pain.   He     was  forced, at ' times  to  |f quit his work altogether and go   to  bed.     He used Dodd's   Kidney Pills,  and is   well.  'This   is   what he', says  r&bout  it : ���   '     '  ���  "It gives me great pleasure to  write in praise of Dodd's Kidney  Pills, and the good they have done  me.   I am never without them.  "I have been a great sufferer with  pains in my' back, in the region of  my kidneys] I was very sick,,and at  times could not attend to my work  at all.  "I used .several medicines, but nothing I ever tried seamed to help me  in the least, until a friend of mine  advised me to try Dodd's Kidney,  Pills. I immediately found relief,  and was able to resume my work.  "I used altogether seven boxes before being completely cured. Since  .then I have never been sick a clay.  I, have never had the slightest indication of a return of the trouble."  It is hard to understand how anyone will continue to suffer from Lame  ���Back or any other symptom of Kidney Trouble after so many frank and  full statements by, men well known  in,all,walks of life1" that Dodd's Kidney, Pills have cured them.  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure.  They never fail. They cannot fail.  Years of trial have absolutely proven  that there is no case of Kidney Complaint, Lame Back, Rheumatism,  Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia,  Bladder or Urinary Troubles, that  Dodd's Kidney Pills will' not cure.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are the only  medicine that ever cured Bright's Disease, Diabetes,  or Dropsy.  Thousands of Canadians have tried,  and proved, and testified.  SLEEPLESSNESS is due to nervous excitement. The delicately constituted, the  financier, the business man, nnd those whose  occupation necessitates great mental strain  or worry, all gutter less or more from, it.  Sleep is the great restorer of a worried brain,  and to get sleep cleanse the stomach from  all impurities with a fow doses of Par-melee's  Vegetable Pills, gelatine coated, containing  ' no mercury, and are guaranteed to give satisfaction or the money will be refunded.  ANIMAL LIFE.,  It is estimated that there are now only  1,000 buffaloes alive on the North American continent  No wonder the fish crop Is " never  "short" . The flounder lays 'T.OQO.OOO  eggs annually, several others from 1,000,-  000 to 3,000,000, , while the . turbot is  credited -with depo iking from 11,000,000  to 12,000,000,duriug each breeding season.  A camel possesses twice,the* carrying  power of an ox. , With" an ordinary load  of 400 pounds, he can travel 12 or 14  days without wateK going 40 ihiles a day.  Camels-are Dt to work at 5 years old, but  their'strength hogitis to decline at 25,  although they usually live.to 40.  In his Vegetable Pilt.s Dr. Parmelee has  given to the world tho fruits of long scientific research in the wholo realm of medical  science, combined with new and valuable  discoveries never before known to man. For  Delicate and Debilitated Constitutions  Parmeiee's Pills act like a charm. Taken in  small doses, the effect is both a tonic and. a  stimulant, mildly exciting tho secretions of  the body, giving tone and vigor. '     >  Freedom.  "Have you made any plans for the future?" asked the Interviewer.  "Only this," said the young physician  who had come into an ample inheritance  from a forgotten uncle: "I'm going to  spend tho first 15 cents of the money in  having these side whiskers chopped off."  Do Not Trifle  with danger���������and remember  every cough or cold means  cianger.  Too Karly In tho  Day.  "Which side do you favor In this  Anglo-Russian rivalry for Asiatic influence?"  "I can't tell you," answered lii  Hung Chang. "I haven't opened my  morning's mail and noted the remittances:"  For years Mr.'  Hamilton     Waters,  the     well-known       cattle' buyer     of  Kidgeville,   Orit.,   was    an  acute  sufferer from  neuralgia,which  was later  complicated    with  rheumatism     and  stomach   trouble.   But  now,     thanks  to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, he is enjoying the best of health.     Speaking  of his illness    and subsequent     cure,  Mr.   Waters  said:���"For    seven  years  I suffered- great agony.   from neuralgia,  the pains were of a darting, ex-  crutiating nature, and for days  at a  time would   be so  great; that  I feared 1 would lose my reason.    To     increase my    misery,'    1  was  attacked  with rheumatism, and this was closely followed by stomach trouble..  My  joints '   and limbs    became     swollen  and I was almost helpless.    I sulTer-  ed from nausea and  a decided loathing- for   food.    I. became    very   thin,  and was     constantly  ' troubled   with  cold sweats.    At different times I was  treated by three ' physicians without  receiving     anything   in  ,the     way   of  permanent  benefit.   I ,grew  despond-:  ent and began to think that I would  always  be'a sufferer,  when  one day  my druggist  advised   me  to   try    Dr.  Williams' Pink   Pills.   He said    that  within his  knowledge there was  not  a case where the pills had been used  but what   benefit had followed,    and,  he added :    "That is saying a lot, in  their favor,  for 1 have sold  over five  thousand boxes, and have not had a  complaint  from  anyone."- Following  his advice, I procured a supply of the  pUls,  and after a. few weeks J  could  note  an    improvement   in,, my  condition.    By the time I had taken eight  boxes  of the pills  the  neuralgia  and  rheumatism had entirely disappeared,'  and my stomach was once more in. a  healthy   condition.    My   appetite   improved, 'and I  gained   in  weight   and  strength   daily.   It  is  now  over  two  years since J   discontinued the use Lof  the pills^  and all     that time I have  enjoyed    the    best    of    health',, and  haven't felt an ache or pain, so "that.  I  think   that   ��� I _ am    safe  in  saying  that my cure is permanent.      In fact,  eight  boxes   of Dr.     Williams'     Pink  Pills   accomplished  what  three   ' doctors had failed to do; and I feel I am  justified    in    waemly    recommending  them to others."  A very high medical authority has  said that ;'neuralgia is'a-cry of the  nerves for better blood." ' Rheumatism is,also recognized as a disease  of the blood, and it is because Dr.  Williams' Pink. Pills are above all  things a blood-making and blood-enriching medicine, that they so speedily cure these troubles. But you must  get the genuine, with the, full name  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People printed- on the ��� wrapper  around the box. If in doubt, send  direct to i-the Drl Williams Medicine  Co., Brockville.. Ont., and the pills  will be sent postpaid at 50 cents a  box or six, boxes for $2.50.  Tlie Story, However. Ik Very Hard to  Uelleve.  "Yes," said the ex-drummer for a  grocery house. "I am en my way east  to reap the reward of virtue. 1 have  here a letter from a firm of Philadelphia lawyers which says that a gentleman has left me $5,000 in his will."  "itelative, of course?" was observed.  "Xo, sir, no relative, not even an acquaintance, in fact, I never even saw  the man in my life."  "llii must have bc^n a queer man to  have left $5,000 to a perfect stranger."  "1 agree Willi' you, but I suppose it  all came about through his wife. Five  years ago, as 1 have recalled to mind, I  rode in the same palace car with her  from Chicago to Pittsburg. Our scats  were just opposite. She was young  and handsome and alone. She heard  the porter saying that I was on the  road, and she expected me to open a  con versa ti<*n, buy her the magazines,  chin chin mid Hatter and finally declare  my love." '     <  'And of course you did?"'  '���You wrong me, sir. That's where my  S5.000 comes i,n., I never looked her  square hi the'face once during the leng  journey. " i ignored -her as if she did  not exist. She must have been dreadfully puzzled over it, and of course she  told her husband of the incident- He  wrote to our house, found that I was  really and truly a drummer, and he put  me down in his will for a reward of  merit. Gentlemen, 1 notice that the  five of you have boon trying to flirt  with the young lady occupjdng seat  No. 8. Stop it at once. She has a father somewhere, but if you continue  your conduct can she ask him to ring  you in on his last will and testament?  Let my case be a shining example rjto  you and so 'regulate��� Excuse me,  please."  ��� And he rose up and went over and  sat down by the lonely girl and,began  to tell jokes and stories, and the' five  men kicked- each-other and said - he  ought to be flung off the train for bis  monumental cheek. M".'Qru.n.  Thousands of men, women and children in Canada, are taking  advantage of Dr. Slocum's generous offer of a fre�� sample' box of  OxojelS Cure for Catarrh.  Catarrh is an insidious enemy, and in whatever condition, should  no* be neglected. A slight cold in the head is frequently tho beginning of a serious case of Catarrh, and in many instances leads to  Asthma, Bronchitis, Quinsy, and Catarrh. _ Catarrh is always  dangerous, but is curable if taken in time. It is a constant menace to  life and health, but; science has done much to enable sufferers to resist  and defeat the disease.     Dr. Slocum's OxojeSS Catarrh Cur��  is the best offering of advanced medical science for the prompt and  permanent cure of Catarrh of the Head, Throat, and Nasal organs.  Oxojeil is a dainty, soothing jelly for the immediate relief and cure  of Catarrh. The irritated and inflamed membranes of your nose  and throat are relieved and soothed with the first application of Dr.  Slocum's Oxojeil Catarrh Cure. '  Oxojeil has valuable properties as an antiseptic, as well as  being a powerful healing agent.' You breathe it through the nostril,  a little bit at a'time.   No Instrument!   No Powder'!   No Liquid !  Every man sets himself 'up as a  standard by which he,measures others.  A great man usually works his fool  remarks off under the head of wit".  Oxojeil Catarrh Cure is sold at all drug stores at Fifty cents a. '  box, but in order that every sufferer from this-prevalent ailment may  have an opportunity to test the remedy, a free eamap?�� box will be  sent on request to anyplace in Canada.. All you have to do is to drop  a postal, giving yournameand address plainly, to the T. A. SSocutm  Chsmioai Co., Limited, 179 King St. West, Toronto, and a fre��  Sample will be sent you.  Minaif s Lrniment Cures Bra, Etc,,  A  man  isn't     always    an   oil  well  drill because he is  a bore.  Hope is the best medicine a physician can give his patients.  MJMFS .LINIMENT for Sale Eremite.'  ������_��������������� c  1 A man is known by what he doesD't  do rather than by what he says.  Lots  of busy'people never seem to  accomplish   anything.    ���  aM t-fi&r&cU  ���MM want, fanus. #  &c  \ A   "TOUCANA "RELIANCE  CIGAB  s    FACTOBY, Montreal  The man who isn't willing to practice what he preaches should give up  preaching and' go  into  politics.  Holland has nine miles of canal for  every 100 square miles of surface, 2,-  700 miles in all.  Statk of Ohio, Citv of Toledo, \ ���'  Lucas County, J **���  Frank J. Cukney makes oath that he is ihe  oenior partner of the linn of F. J. Cheney <fe  Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,  County and State aforesaid, and that said firm  will pay tho sum of OXE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that  cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh  Cuke. FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed in my  presence, this 6th day of December. A. D., 18S&  f .. ���    A.,W. GLEASON,  ���{ skal V Notary Public  , Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and  acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces  of the system.   Sond for testimonials, free.  . F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by Druggist'', 75c. ' >  Hall's Family Pills are the best  Tiv Cincinnati there is talk of automobile lines to compete with the  street cars.  I was cured  of a bad case  ol Grip  by MLNAKD'K LdNrMENT.  Sydney,   CD. C.  I.  L.AGUE. -  T   was  cured   of    loss   of  voice     by  MINABD'S  JL.LNLMENT.  CIIAHL.ES rLUftlMEIl.  Yarmouth.  I was cured of Sciatica IJheujnntism  by MINAIID'S .LINIMENT.  Burin.   Nlld.      LEWIS S.   BUTLER.  i-' >-;Artl  will cure your cough or cold  at once. It will heal, and  strengthen your lungs. ��� It is  a safeguard for you always.  Take it at the first indication  of a cough or cold.  Rsv'.'Mr. Patton of Toronto writes : " I  used two bottles of Shii-OH and take pieniui.e  in recommending it. There is nothing like it  for cough; throat and lung trouble.  ShIIoh s Consumption Cava Is' sold by nil  druggists In Canada nnd United St��to�� at  J5fto, fiOo. 81.00 �� bottle. In Grent IJrltain  ��t Is. 3d., a��. 3<l, and 4s. Od. A printed  guarantee cods with avery bottlo. iryoii  are not satiufiod go to your drucglMt and  B9t your money b��ote.  Write for illustrated book on Consumption, Sent  without cost to you.   S. C. Wells & Co.. Toronto.  The woman who always says "no"  is apt Lo remain in the spinster class.  TRY IT.���It would be n gross injustice io  confound that standard healing agent, Dit.  Thomas' Ecmjctkic OiTj, with the ordinary  unguents, lotions nud salves. They are  oftentimes inflammatory and astringent  The Oil is, on tho contrary, eminently cooling and soothing when applied externally to  relievo pain, and powerfully remedial when  swallowed.  A Winnipegger saw an advertisement in a Montreal paper of "a packet fire escape"- for SI. lie sent the  money and ''received in return a 'copy'  of the New'Testament. ,  With  the  exception ;of gray     hairs,  woman like to make discoveries.  During  the  last century the  population of the world 'doubled.  There never was, and never will be, a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ilia  to which flesh is heir���the very nature of  many curatives being such that were the  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of the patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would aggravate the other. Wo have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills. By its gradual and judicious  use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exoTts on nature's own restoratives.  It rc'ieves the drooping spirits of those with  vhcra a chronic stato of morbid despond-  <2ccv arid lack of interest in life is a disease,  iDd' by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  lounrl and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  tc the action of the blood, which, being  stimulated, courses throughout the veins,  strFngthening the healthy animal functions  of the system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop <fc Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and,  gauged by tho opinion of scientists, this  wino approaches nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druggists sell it.    ,  A  lawyer  is  a    cat     employed   by  mice to settle their quarrels.  Wo arc in need of a  few  telinblc Agents  hroujjhoul the cuun'ry to handle our  GASOLINE LAMPS AND SUPPLIES.  >��� ("food profit and quick  sales.' For particu-  iis address ���    '     '^  ���������!!!���:   INCANDESCU.VT  GAS GAM!"    Co.,  31 Strain St., "Winnipeg.  Su pplies for all makes of sewing machines  WHEELER & WILSON ��  2-3 Portage ave.     .   SEWING MACHIKt CO.  MAUD'S LINIMENT MeYes NeufaldL  Cleanliness may not be next to  godliness,' but it's a-good life preserver.  A man of few words and many  deeds is like a garden of many vegetables and few weeds.  UNIRD'S LINIMENT Cures DaMM  When Ex-IYesidcnt Kruger was in  Paris some of his warmest admirers  were the sewing girls, who used to  gather under his window and cheer  him on  their wgy to work.'  Only 779 newspapers and p'viodi-  cals are published in European Russia.  Future Glndnese.  The limbs will soon be skipping on the Hllfj;  Cheer up.  'Ere long we'll be receiving icemen's bills;  Cheer up.  A..little while and we may cease to pay  To sit with happy maidens at the play.  And then they'll make us thaw some other way;  Cheer up, cheer up, cheer upl  The time for golf is swiftly drawing near;  Cheer up.  The fake strawberry box will soon be hertj  Cheer up.  Tour weary wife ere long will hie away  To breezy mountain top or placid bay  And there ran up new bills for you to pay}  Cheer up, cheer up, cheer upl  The man who breaks, a promise  can easily make another just as  good.  WHAT MR. GATES SAW.  YA7~ A T<rrT'"P,.T~). | iflie Newest and Busily the Best.  "' "CHEWSTICK" DENTIFRICE  Cleansing, Healing, stim-  Hi initTH ulating. refreshing,  antl-  ��U4sl sopiic, removes tar, does  not injure tho enamel,  and imparts .a' sweet fragrance to ihe breath.  Munufactured from- a  tropical plant, known as-  the "Chewsticlc," which  in the countries *\ here It  grows is regarded -as Nature's Specific for the',  teeth, gums and -mouth.  Is entirely free from  chalk and any other gritty substance.  Put   up  in   collapsible'  tubes with artistically engraved labels' and   con-,  taincrs. ".Price.;e6 cents  Kor sale by all chemists.  The\- who like' a really  good thing would be wise  to enquire for it and have  no substitute.  "SAUNDERS & EVANS  .  Mau'frg,       TORONl'O.  The Abyssinian war medal is the  smallest war decoration issued during   Queen  Victoria's reign.  Trade is confederating* the Empire,  Britain is Canada's best customer.  .Britain cannot buy if she does hot sell.  Use TEA Grown In a British   Colony by British Capital.  Sample on application.  Ceylon Teas are sold in scaled lead  packets only, never in bulk.    Black,  Mixed or Uncblored   Ceylon  Green.  Address "SALADA," Toronto.  A Chicago scientist predicts that  the method of living will bo so improved during the present century  that people will bo considered young  when they are .100 years old.  Pope Leo XIII docs not speak English, though he.began to learn it  more than a century ago, when he  was nuncio in Brussels, and made  the acquaintance of a member of the  Weld family., He 'is sensitive, about  his compositions, and when, some  time ago, Punch quoted a sentence of  one of letters     as     translated  under  the heading "English as She is  Spoke,'' the attendants at the Vatican were alarmed lest his holiness  should hear of it, for Punch is almost  the only j English paper to which Leo  XIII subscribes.  The wise man makes dollars  the fool's want of sense.  from  After Many -Interruptions Bte 1\old  What It Was.  "I see in the paper this morning," began Mr. Gates at the breakfast table,  "that"��� , . '  "  "There's too much milk in my oatmeal," cried the youngest member of  the Gates family.  "I see in this morning's paper," began the head of the house again, "that  the"���    - '  I'King's house is up for sale again,  ma," remarked the eldest daughter. "I  noticed the hill on the fence when I  looked out of my window this morning.  They have the greatest time ' selling  that place I ever saw. I don't believe  Mr. King can afford to go to Europe  this year if that house isn't sold. What  did you stiirt to say, pa?"  "I see in this morning's paper that  the British"���  MJIOML TRUST W  LIMITED. ,  ,   t    Office and Safe Deposit Vaults   .    ���  323 & 325 MAIN ST.,- WINNIPEG.  Capital���$1,000,000. , Keierve. $270,000.  t '  -Authorized to act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Receiver, Guardian, Committee of Lunatic, Liquidator,   General  Agent,  etc.  Accepted by the Courts as a Trust  Co. ,for the Provinces of Ontario,  Quebec and Manitoba.  OFFICIAL    ADMINISTRATOR and  Guardiah"ad-litern  for Manitoba.  Trust funds invested   and guaranteed  Money to loan  on  farm security.  Solicitors bringing Estates, A.lm'm-  ���aiustTbe  in  an  awful'hurry  this j ^rations,etc., to th,> Co. arc .���ontiuiio..  morning, Willie," said the second  daughter, Bessie, to her small brother.  "You're stutOng like a big pig. Stop  making such a noise with your lips,"  "Children, I'm ashamed of you,"  said Mrs. Gates reprovingly. "What  is It you eee in tho paper thl3 morning, Henry?"  "Type," said Mr. Gates savagely.  "Pass the salt."���Brooklyn Eagle.  Pflpped In tbe Bud.  "I have called," began Mr. Forchen  Hunt, "to epeak to you about your  daughter. You must have noticed that  there Is something between'us."   ���  "No," replied Mr. Goldrox, "but I'm  sure there will be pretty soon."  "Ah!"  "It will be the Atlantic ocean. I'm  going to send her abroad till she  learns a little sense."���Philadelphia  .Preea.;' '-y'  Contrary to the impression prevailing in some quarters, tho Sultan of  Turkey has many tastes and'hobbies  in common with other good mortals;  HCj,: admires all sport,' and is a good  shdt. ITw is a collector of old curious weapons and arms. He is fond  of horses and dogs. His horsemanship is sufficiently known, and ; in  this art most of his sons excel:  Too ��� many    pcoplo!    in    this   world  Halk wisely and act foolishly.  in the professional care  thereof.  Correspondence solicited.  Boxes  in   Safe    Deposit   Vaults  rent at $5.00 a year.  ARTHUR STKWAKT, Munugtn  for  Instruments, Drums, Uniforuia, Etc.  EVERY TOWN  CAN HAVE A  BAND.  Lowest prices <rver  quoted.   Fine catalogue  500 illustrations rofciied freo.   Write us for any  thinjj in Music or MusU-al Instruments.  tsti,   t���.r, T>,��*�����.. p, r>n    Toronto,Ont.,and  Whaley Hoyce & Co.,     Winnipeg, Man.  X      BITS IIS ESS   CHANGE.      ���>  I The Imperial Fruit f  I and Produce Coy, I  Has pnrchnsed the stock and  vracle of the ANDERSON  PRODUCE CO.1  T  ;������   All kinds of-Pratt iu Season." ��� '        <���  ���> llcsfc Tric<i9 paid for. Produce  ���������  '���*��� ��� ������*.  Women   often   confess  little     faults  for the purpose of hiding big ones.  ".'���:W.'N.  U. 321.  i',  ��-  < it "  \r\  .a ���  '\ -1. tSG3iviBee*MigM&i&c&!xmmaa!iw&!.'X33&sx  BSn&aBSSSBBBBSrzEBB  susmv.il ^jtsawztaacaraicrag  WJ  tj��rr  ",r-  "��� '^  . ' ��� f? S' f ���  i *���  F,4" ���  '��� ���  3.-;*-'  J.-,'-?-���:  ���.*-���. ri r.  . i;:J'J '-  >�� ��������� .1  ti -  .i"1-;  ���Hfe  h-lli;  �����t  ��� I'-  ��,  l%S��>-4H    <  i'i;,, f/��  ������;' ; if-  *      4 ^ ?J  >��*,  *  v Pi ' J-  mi: ir  iiJ'~#".      ���  fl'  f;i*r,rf- , ���-  , .>' .��.*���   :  I '-M  l-vrfiU  ��� "a��:  yrff  ,i  v->  ;'ii  t      i  -f,C  il  'u  . .J,  ' i(  Met  *^d Death.                      i MHS. D.^EiiPORT'S DILEMMA. "Oh. doctor!  doctor!  let xne in!"said  .      .... . ,      , the ladv. now quite hysterical.  "Your  Preiser, Wash.,  MaV   ���!.���\\ :t!�� h-r ,                              house ia warns; do let me in!"  hands and   mouth   sf,ain<*d   from the'      Mr. Davenport hated society, butMrs. The doctor was oi course astonish&d  -ras* and fi uver-s i-die lud eaten in her   Davenport adored it; nnd so, like ami- ' to sec his fashionable neighbor, but h*os-  "' .    , ��� i    -.,, u���_r��� ,.,,,.��� .    able married people, thev agreed todif-   pitable and helpful,  dwsneriip b linger and with norle.it un*s    , ,       ,        L   A   ��� ���* ,,*���..,������ ���> -i       -,     j. j.i  Pr M . for, and each to go their own way, quite       "Will you go up and knock at the  lUMtvn in tin* dying agony of thirst. < he ccmijaiiT enjoying, aiter the battle was partition wall in your front room, doc-  body of the live yeir "hi dausrlirer o1", ovr>rr, narrating to each other what had tor, and try to wake: Mr. Davenport?"  W 15  Mrtthews, formerlv ,'*ounly   com-, happened. When Mrs. Davenport was   said Mrs. D- , now in tears*  .'   .' '  '       , "',    ,   ,,���,  ���, ���,   "       ,.    ��� \erv young, Mr,'Davenport had care- "Yes, madam, if you say so.   Butha*.!  mi^^iontT  who lost,   her  way   on    tne          ���   J       ^'      .'              *                  . '          ,                , ..       .  ,,    ,  UJ,--Kn'\'V                               J                     fully accompanied her to her carriage, you not better spendi tho night   here.  dreary w.ls',<^ of Hoise   It" ivc-n   j',;i;n | Iiad" sem h<?r mai^ to laJie carc of her) ,iuietjy?��  nearly a week--igi), w:is foumi bv :ii nnd had himself sat'np-to receive her "What, next door t-i 39? Ob.no! 1  The child in her| when phe returned-. But as she grew couldn't, I must go heme. Pleaee, doc-  older, this sensitive care relaxed. He tor, if it will not disturb Mrs. Mont-  found that; she was quite content to gomery, do go up and malce a dreadful  go aioDe, and he allowed her to do so. noise at the head of Mr. Davenport'^  with the family coachman on'the box. bed; it leans.up against your parlor;  She in her turn wan determined that for he always hears 3rour piano."  he should not be dej rived of his natural ' The doctor obeyed, , and knocked  rest, but should allow some satellite to loudly oh the wall. Mr. 'Davenport  sif up and watch for her as she came i heard a distant thunder in his dreams,  home. , i turned over, with his deaf ear 'up, aiml  There had been talk of a nightkey, ' slept again.     > -   ,     -  but Mrs. Davenport thought that was j ��� After;-a half hour's fruitless knock-  too masculine, and- she also had asiis- - ing, Mrs. Davenport consented to allow  picion that she should never learn how' the sleepy doctor to retire to his well-  to use it. So Mrs. Davenport, strong in earned repose-, whilst she declared- that  the confidence of hex husband's love,, she would rest as well as she could in an  serene of conscience, and enjoying the ; easy-chair down in his consulting room,  devotion of o> large family of servants {     At length Mr. Daveaport,    like   all  searching  part\  agony hud crawled into a   badger   bole  and died.     From   the  appearance   of  the body   the   child   hid   been   de.ul  about 36 hours and for  five   d-iy^   nnd  nights she had been without Food   nnd  water.    Barefooted when she left liuino.  the little girl in   her   wandering   hud  bruised and ' out    her   feet   and    h.ul  gathered the lough   prairie  grass   and  wound  around   them for    protection.  Beside her in   the   badger   hole  lay   a  bunch of   flowers   and   prairie   gra'ds  which she had been eating.  ITacts.  Oxford is the greatest university  in  the world. , ,  Lake Superior is almost exactly  the  size of Greece.  - Four bushels of potatoes contain the  same amount of nourishment ' as a  bushel of wheat.  . Wood-pulp pupe/'a-j military clothing is used by the Japanese ' troops.  Jt is marvellously tough and haa ta  neat appearance. ;     '  ���    Tho life ot an iron rail   is   iO  years,  of a steel rail 40 vein's.  If Intending to  u  We would invite your at-'  tention to our  Metal Ceiling-s, Irami-  tation brick siding- and  Metal Hoofs.  A complete line of Builder^  Hardware, paint? and Varnishes always in stock. ���  r i ���  Ordersjor Tinsinilhing and Plumbing  given prompt attention and satUfac-  lion guaranteed.  gKS^ssy^^ $a  DEALER IN  OOCIS  TO THE  SE;VF,  A rich clady cured   of  her  deafness  and noises in the head by Dr.  Nichol '  son's Artificial liar Drdms;  gave   $J.O,  >D00 to his Institute, so that deuf people  unable to procure the-Eur Drums may I ballroom ceiling.  who loved her, went off to Mrs. Appleby's ball, on the evening of November  12, looking lovely.  The ball was large and fine, and Mrs.  Davenport enjoyed it. She is a popular woman, and both men and women  like her. She would have left at one  o'clock, her usual hour, but that Kerr  von Bergmans, the German philologist;  was presented to her, and talked so well,  and was so evidently inspired l^y her  bright eyes, thai, she stayed on; and  then the hostess had the'great singer,  laremhurhianL, who must be spoken to  in Italian, and Mrs. Davenport speaks  Italian with the' true Tuscan purity.  So she' left the bail very late. Stick-  nell, her 'coachman, was sleepy and  cross, and after depositing her at  No., 39,' he drove off very quickly.  Tt was a fine night���moon, brilliant,  M-ars splendid, Jupiter magnificent.  Mrs. Davenport, gazed upward admiringly, almost regretting to leave a scene  whiclv paled the ornamentation of the  MOYIE'S  LEADING  HOTEL.  The bos4 of, accommodation* j  for tlie traveling public.  McMahon Bros., Props.  have them free. Address No, 14522  The Nicholson Institute; 7S0, Eighth  Avenus, .New York, TJ. S. A.    ,  Assessmbiit worlt Contracts Tzitfe'ii.  Parties wishing to have assessment  work done on clairiis in the vicinity* ol  Moyie,'will do well to consiilt oi write  the undersigned for terms. Work  left iri my carVwill b'e promptly attended to, and satisfaction will be'  guaranteed. S. A. SOOTT.  HlSTORY~REPeATiNG  iTSEUF* ,c  ri mhtifAibhi?/', salti Stisie its, -3tbSJ51s.  I  i ,,- '^foh'.tyou go and blay with the, Ja 1  , I have.a blilj'irhduse���a pretty pla^-HoUSG���  : down under the old oak traer-], j-,-  AnS my t&ys- aaitl dolls are all 'Jowntherei  and oh! there are the prettiest leaves!  And Robbie, i found ;tWvt;sparroiv.'s nests  too���old nests that dropped from the*  eaves,, . .    ,..,.., ,>...    .-.   . .', .   '.  And I fixed them-.ub o.n som-fj tiny shslves;  and.ohUevewj.hivar^iiJ ^o.nice!,-      . ,  Won't you go dowa there aacl play "witli  me?    ., ���   ��� ���     ��� , zw ;  -    If you will; I'll kiss you twice.  . .-,.,     .,   ,.,ys    ���  i  "1 am -lonesome by myself- in the playhouse, ';';- :���   -��� i "'���?���  i And evferi'tmhkds,kQ.iii.ce;.".1> i. <\ -   ���  I think you might bo play with me, Bob-  -    bie, ' "   ������ ��� ��� ;-o-.- .-.-.<���,- '  , Jt you will, I'll kiss you twice."  Then with boyish- contempt '-he. Answered  (she was six and he was eight),  ��� -  "I don't care anything for your pla.y-hduse,  and the sight of cfolls I hate;   <��� ���  And your leaves and bird's nests ar& noth-,  ing if they do look so pretty and, nicS|  So I don't think.I care to go withxo,u.,evpen  though you would kiss mo twice^"  .'  Then her little lips duiVfere'd with anguish  ana' the   child's   heart swelled -with  pain, -. ������ .-'- '���   ���  While the tfears rah  down'the soft little  cheeks.      ,       - -,;  *<;  .i He saw it,' then answered again:  "Why, Susie, ��ou knowl, was joking,  ' Don'^.Cry. little sweeth't?-;i.rt, Sue;    -  Let  rrie'get my rocky-horse and new tby  gun.   ���   V     ;��� ���' -y  ' \  And I'll i?lay all. day with you."  .    -.    ��� "/jl.5-"  The years had passed by, all swiftly v/ith  their frie'dley1 of nle'a^ur^'and pain,.-   ;  And one day I heard these low 3c'V*2 -svordi  in tlie spot by the s-ibarled-la.no: ���  "I am lonesome," said Robbie' fo Susie.  "Won't you come and play wjlh me?  I have buiit us a house, a pretty new house,  down, under the old oak tree,-  ,  And 'tit fixed all,,1 snugly an.d neatly, 'tis  co.'ij- nn'k chgofful-vincl warm���  If you'll go I'll V>v6 you forever and protect and shield you from harm."  "1 am lonesome by tftyseff In tho new house,  And 'tin co?y tofrcht'eiffiil and.-warm;.  >  think vou  miii-hi p j 'u'id live   vith me,  Sl/SI(�� '  "'    v-'1"   '"'  ;1'-''l'-'  ��� She was destined to see a good deal  more of those same stars than shie had  bargained'for on that partieidar night,  poor woman 1'   , ��� ���':  She rang sharply,        ���  Kobbdy came. ' '  She rd,qg again', and rvg^ih; and again.  Jvobody came:   . ' '  ��� Mrs. Davenport, .began to feel chilly  about the feet^ wliich vere delicately  clad in white Satin Shpjiers and silk  stockings. .  She wrapped her cloak about her and  looked up at No. 39, her own familiaa-  'biown stone, four-s'tory, comiortable  house,     . ���  ]N7ot d sign if movement,- although the  ''ns burned in'the hall.  yhe rang," and rang5; and rcuigj   Ko  ."spousfe, , ,,-       ,.  And then shf? realized that she was  l-.c-.ked" oi.it, that everybody was asleep.  d that,' there she might stay all the  . Ft of thecnighk She .remembered,  las! too late,- .that she had' trusted to  or waiter, a gentleman ode Afrjcah de-  -v'.titit, vho ���had been lenbwn to go -to  .-^'cep on- these night, watches, to. let  her in. Now he, seeraefl to be sunk in  'he deepest oblivion. But then, i-f; Orlando slept, some one disc had "generally waked, and either roused him or let  her in individually; .Mrs. Davenport  shuddered:   A night oa1 her own frcmt  aleps!       t       t ��� ��� ,  '    ..  She, kept on ringing -desperately; and  iiuhuded the do0.r. vvitlta <lfelica,te fist.  I'rrseutly apoiiceman eame along, and  'o biiit she appealed.   .. .  "Ohl ,got a key?"' said,he. "Let me  help you unlock tlie door." ���  "But I have not a key!" said the  miserable woman.  VJ.nevev had a, key!"  "Bach bad,'' sjjiUI the .guardiaai pi'the  public peace. "I never,knew iliean to  wake up. . However,, I will ,rap for  yon.'' &a he pJundccl ,the blinds with  his club, ,acd rnade a terrible noise.  Two or three heads-looked out of the  ���inposite windows. One invalicl at 41  rajsed a window and begged piteously  that, heir rest might iwt he thiis ruth-  lGtfplv -ruined.   ,       .' ���".>-.  ���_'Lady locked out!',' sdng tlie police  man.    .       .������.'���      .        .  .���  o;i y(ja i'M-i '��MeId you fiom  !'li <���  harm."  Dion with woniCiTi's fi>f.,,,*-i-:c'n'e,5s she an.-  !=w':r. il rli<-''.ov-r'��iJ "> ol1 tftcms'h:   '  "1 don'l b"U<--.r- I'll ko tJ*',ypur now house; I  really don't hL�� )io��*,"t can.' ' *  And j-wir':i"-i.t, ir-<v robins nr^ notliinfr, if  , tho> clQ JofiR so <;<i2'y and warm;  So I dori't ti-Jnlv 7 care  to gb'wfth'yoii, eveft  'hc'-JKlr   ye:  would  fchlcld   mo   from  harm."        -    ,     '    '���������"  l'hen  tli-v m^'n ^ulr'; 'h'WJrrill-'nf -s.nguish,  the,'7jHjj.'a hsart ��i-w*'i,,'*'l with pain;  Dut Bho'.Kr-'iled ;j"s :-ii'j.''l.'stksQtqw^rdh.irti,  th';)'. softly answii��.Ji'.;;ai.'-;.-  ,'Wlii', 'fX^Mc, v.oti know't'-xii':. "joking,  I arc al.Aays y<,ur swt-r>- v-j'irue;  ^et-'us set. tho rtii-lc'ing day." \J',c<'bb'ie,  Ami J'll go and live with you."  ���Finis Garrett, in "Nashville Banner.  'or to soiue hotel," suggested her maid.  "What-i atthreedti the morning, yoti  wretched slegpy h&ad!" Enid Mr. jD'aveu-  pdrt, kil'dly. To aischa,rge briando, to  go,to;tlie police; to rotise the world;  these were" Mi\ Davetippft's first ideas;  He rang up every signal officer ��� iri  town. The whole machinery of the pub-;  lie was sc��� to work to ibud the missing  ladv. J .  v \ . t * I , .  Mr* Davenr>ort wcmtafteT his coachman. Tlie man, though fully testify ing-  to the fact th&j; he hadheeii very, drunk;  could swear that he had left the lady]  at her own, door at half-post two in  tlie tnorliing; , ���  in the meantime Mrs. Davenport slepfc  sweetly in the. doctor's armchair until  the-housemaid; cqming\La, uttered-, s  loud shriek and called ''robbers!" To  pacify her, to rouse herself, to step"  calmly out of the.doctor's front door  and into her own house vvaa the work  bf-,a moment.     .   . "���    k  ��� Mrs. Davenport-found all of her people at home and thoroughly .awake,  but where was Mr.-,Davenport? ���_  He had left no tidings of himself, lie"  was wildly scarehing for her. , Knowing-his temperament, Mrs. Davenport  iv.ib sure that lie would not return until he had .dragged the East river. She  was at home ail right, and proceeded-,  like u calm woman, to get off her ball  dress, and satin shoes,.and silken hose,  and to put on dressing^gowD and lamb's  wool, and .to .take, a cup of tea,, to get  warm, and. then4to reflect upon what  should be done with Mr. Davenport's  case. ' -       .       , '  l  .  ���  "Jt will bo ali ,in the papers," said  <'Well,-is thai, any reason why you I }',er. prcsoient POUl, "this evening, at  whbuld try to.v/ake the dead?" eaid tlie: fartjl0st!..  iiateelcrgymon opposite.    ,    ,   _ _   ..    j     '��� I will telegrain. evarywhere,'; said  The  puliceman   walked   on,  leaving, ^^ ril]gmg for a Jnessenger boy.    .  Mrs,'. Davenport in despair. .     ;     {     ��nuyfor .saida man at the signal swir  Slic lbokfd up at i hr> moon, at Jupiter j  ;md   other illus.Lriou.a ^i^nizeiifi of ihe  sky, and found them.cold and uiis:ympa:  rhdtic.    vSlifc began to think of her ulna.  ud feared that she had hot been bulli  heavy sleepers, woke np suddenly and  entirely. He. did not know why, bu/t it  seemed to him that ho had had a dis-  turbed night: As he lay trying to collect bis faculties, he hesaxd the clock  strike four.    ,  "flow quiet Coralic is!" said Mr. Davenport; "tired after her. boll,' I suppose-" ' ��� 'i  Mr.   Davenport    listenied    to    hear,  through the opened door and curtained  recess, the quiet breathing of his wife,  in the next ropn'it  She was strangely still, nnd Mr. Davenport arose softly and crept i.n to see  what could be the matter.  "Heavens!" said hct ''nobody in bedi   Coralic not at home at four o'clock!"    \~~ "     Mr. Davchpdrt paused    a    moment. I BOOTS      .AND       SHOES  Could the horses have runaway?  Could}  the coachman have been drunk?   That | ,  '  hud happened before.   Could-his poor i llcpaircd and Made to Order,  wife, have been thrown, dragged���no,  the idea was too horrihlc. Could she  have been locked out?  Mr. Davenport felt the cold perspira-  iion start on his brow.   Be rang every J;;Bar MacEaCJIkenA MACUONALni?.  bell in the house.    Ho-proceeded    to ; ' '        ''  - *  dress himselfi "He dahcecliQ jiis agony j ' :  and agitation. " |S> J# WHITOOMB   '  Then, as has sleepy Eervants began to . ���,,    ,  appear, and one; after the other began to j House  disclaim. any; knowledge of thedr mistress; he descehded-'to the front door.  There lay Mrs. Davenport's fail, handkerchief and gloves. Then Mr. Davenport tdre his hair. She Hod been thcrei  to her own koine; she had failed to gairi  admittance; she had either been ruthlessly carried off, or shfe had conunAttecl  suicide. Mr. Davenport lost his head..  "She may have gone to her, sister's;  Furnishing-, Footwear, Hrd-  ware, Tinware, Stoves, Groceries and Crockery.  -AGEXT'FOR HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY.  ?! Our ��� Stock Is  Complete and Up to ������ Date. |8  *-  - ,   .yours for value,  .STOKKS AX CRANimOOK  AND  MOYIE.'   ���  RMS  R. A; SMITH,   , Moyie.  painter, gnmief,  glazier and paperhanger,  All work fin perfect, surface guranteed. Prices according to quality and  stock required  Moyie, B. -0.  nmrunp����w  wwfrmnm  CHAS,iP; CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  Emfealmer,  fjfadbate of,Champion College oi the,  Uuited'Sta'tesi. Upbblsleriiig itud g'eii-  eral furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aikeh'a bibekj near Ciiniidian  Baiik of Commerce. Telegraph antl  imiil orders promptly^iifcLsndtd to.  OranlDrook; B: Q.  entra  \\ :>:���:�� voovia::.  > i>-  Lnrge   f-nnipie   loom   in   connecLiou  with house for commercial men.   Be3t ���  of accommodations'. ��� ���  ���* i ,  Headquarters for'Commenoia!'[and  Mining  Men.  3  Q.U1SEN   AVEXT.'E, ,T~      o , '       -  MOYIE,   11   (  ^���u-^VX.  mm  "WlLDEY L6D3E NO. U.    '  ifeeta every Monday evening in Jtheir  hall'on Victoria street. 'Sojourning  Odd Fdllows cordially invited.  w, h. BElb, ft. o.  31. h. uoilistebJ TBE-AS^  J. M. itjfDSATi F. 3l  narcnocaaOT  -   ,    v >l  JOCJ-  ilAlilJKlt;    X>.  i>". d;l i; i>:  OfUce arid -"Resilience  CllANBJlOOK  ss '  Moyie   Miners'   Union  3STO. *?%.  Meets iri McGregor hall every fcsday  evening.     Sojourning    meiiibors  Jare  cordially invited to alt'ehll.  H."H.-,bbiobir;   -      ' ���$. T. Smyth,  Secreiar^.  President,  ���j   -t-    .<���   ��������.-/  Moyie Board b% Trade  fleets on the first Wednesday  evening of each' niohth at  8 o'clock sharp.  1   .    ���     J. P. Fakkeu,, I'tuk.  A. P. Miunb^ALTJ,    LewIsThomson;  ,..   , Vice-Pres- -    '        foc'y.  'JOURT MOVIE,  .       Ml.    '  ^,*o. 40G5.  Moots on thclnfit Thuru  i    v.i -'t  ,i    .*,  -  ciav of aach mouth.  \ i", i  I Mu  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL *  MEAT'    MERCHANTS.  Fresh and Cured Meats. Fresh  Fish, Game and "Poultry. ' We  supply' only the. best. " Your  trade solicited;  , c ' MARKETS   AT  MACJbEoU; . ' FOPlT S'fEJtyP  FER^IE, RiailiJERLKV,  ^VAlib^Eii, , 'CKAtfBRbOK:  MOf lEj"       ' 'irain office.  '   GRAnSSooK, B:S/  mi  ���y^m  FOR   FlT?JS   TAILDEING   bO   'I'd  MERCHANT   TAIBGi  Fins   Suitipgs,    Cvercorltiuff  Trousers.   Imported     {j'ootls.  B: C  '���KSSZ&  M8TIE;  V   IJi-c'Mioru   Invited  loatteUvl.  s*    -i'M     'i i' i <' ��� * -'-       11 *. ��   ' ' ���  JOSEPH ^UlEKSTADT, 1'iop.  i\  T. McbRECJOK, K. S. j  lager b'oer SofJ ",hy the   Keg or Uorw ^g  -. ! bottles.  ficntl'y kiiifl LohoiiH-lesa outcasts: Even  ;he ''lii.fi., wind \\ere the only . people  iibroml in iior quiet -street, caiheinXor  hcii' sympathy.        ,, . _       ..    , .  "Tiiej have a bard tiinc, poor things,"  mid she; 'Valways locked out!".'  tion, "thif, i3 que-^r! IIctc is a man trying i.o find lus wife, and here eonic's a  woman who is trying-to find her lius-  h;md; and they are bjth n<'iined Davenport!"  "I daresay���nothing -to���each other  ���-common name��� coijcidcnce," said  tho ttlograph operator, who had  learned to talk in jerku.  "Let.inc we the nnrpber," said the,  signal-man.    "Tliiii.v-n.me,    Yes,  it hs  Winnipeg.  Toronto;  Buffalo,  Montreal;  Boston,  Ni'Tv York  ..vootenayo,  Vancouver,  Victoria,  fcyj:Utle,  ;   Portfir. 1,  3:iii Francisco.  ST.  Via: So'6^.Liiie:'.  ;l hni'c'A&o  , t t-  Presbyterian    fchurSh  .   SERVICE^  Are hcki.iri McGregor iiall each   Sab-  biith at il a. m. and 8 p. m. ,  Sabbath   school   and' p'aslbi'd   bible  cl��sJ at 3 p. m. ,.t ,   rt  The public ;irc invited .and   will   be  welco.ned cordinily to r.ach nnd   nil   of  i b. 611E.1G,  Pustor.  -' ./��*U"'V   ..'-. "- ,- -   "'  Bottled B��er  in Stoclt; i : .  O'Jtsicie Crdfers Given atrictAlient;..i.  \U. ij\-!'j"Kij KiAjE.'j 1-01X7::.  It wa&n-cat, however, wliogaveher a.n   t]ie sarDe queer cuse!"-  i-ica.    Kvideatly a predato'-y orab of a  ,     ''Woiuler what it all jaietuiisi"  cat, who  thought he o%vncd her froirt,.     Ifc wa�� ]a{f, in thc day befor0 a hnRr  strips, ,/or, aiter 6tcaltlii]y creeping up1 ^.n.d man was r0Und fetanding on thc  and Llnding hp.v in possessio-n, he leaped ( nnnk 0f tlic ^ast river^h-iiggingafan,  on to a neigliboring balcony. j a v^tv 0f s]OVCii arui a baJidkecchiee.  She looked after him. r   -^;r J Mr. Davenport, had    evidently - taken  "Dr. Montgomery's and a   sp&akmg ' tliesc for purposes Of ideafcifiuacion  tube!'.: she *md.    "\Vhy did I not re-;     When  lie  .,va8 jinafly rescuod  in ember, that before?"        ,-       .      :�����!-1 taken  home,   after -the usual cxrprcs- >"   '  ...      ,  ^[rs. Davwi])ortdrcvv up her long yui- ' f.:onb 0f mingled aJTectiorlcLnd disgudt, { - :l)y P-'��"  cut then; .m pieces' and place;m a dish     ]ow a.lliA trailli jaicl h^r fan and hand--   nrlo-Cr/joy, reproach and groat oo&tPiiU-  'I iii-o'.igli ticket:'; to tOupland; ilic   con  tinenla of Auytialiii, China and Japan..j  IJOIlUfl  and ; S ::iO a. rn.  rrcbhL'ji bix herring for 2-1 hours, tlaen  ���IKAIN-i MOV if.  WEST  EA'HT  6; 0; DEMAHRfilZ}  FlNl-i WAT'OlI   liEl-'ilJU^'1 IM  m  f ino stock of serviceable  waichi's .-  1^1^^  renaoniib^o juices.    'Juci. tlie lhi'f.S f"1 (f,;^^  niiiiei'e.  ' i 'l'lis  '.'.8-.��  ?ifi  Vibrbiir.v S:i;i-;i-:r  s  '.', :0(J p. m.  iS :oO a. ni.  (.'. i';\  'ink <������  ���in which they -are to be served.   Place 1<cl.chie�� 01J \\VI dooraLep, and as last a*   j.,,^,^ which all marrird priii-H will ro-  oue cupful of not vers -strongvmegarin hi��?h heep-, aac] v,ai,m Hlippera would o}> j nioinber and furnish" -for    themselves";  a sauce pan, add thc beaten yolks of six ;ov>% w<jnt ,Jowx1 ]un. own stcp^ .��n& x:j-   A,rM  Dn.VOI1poH -v-narked pk-iintivcly:  eggs, one- lialf jkjuikI butter, two hu-ge t^ose 0�� h<;r neig]ibol-, who lived at 3n !                   -���   ���     ���-���    -���'  grated onions, one heaping teaspoonfuI <,j20 j^ a doc-tor, awustouiwd fo   b; '  of   mustard and one- tablofcpoonful  of aw^ccnca at au ho,HT���".said alte.- -uvu  sugar.- Stir over the fij-GiO fi-creaJnand g5le rantr  ln-nrd a sleepy voice coz*j-  ;whe'ti cool pour over thb -pieces of fish- fiown: "What do you want?'"'  Serve  with  hard   h-OileC . eg-gvVmu^li- . '��j.ic]p!  llclpi" siald 3he. .!   ,.,,.'..,(..'������  'fo'ohiisi-ghexkins or button, onio-nb-.���To  70/3.0 Elude.        .  "What help?, who? y/ha'i amabsr?"  suad'the doetoi'.' . '���;':,, '.. '.,.��� .,.,  . "30; great trouble! immediate!"k^'-kI  ~Mts, Davenport, .. , :  Aiijily for kiitv:!], llapy, Tii.ic C.^rd.-', 'JicivctH and  I-'ull Tiifoniiatioii to irciifu.it Loui\\  /.gclit,  i G, Hilher, Agent. Moyie.  j J.S. CAR-TKR,'  I>isi, l'n<>:.,A)  I Vi'hoj!;  K. J. C0YL  ...Vsis't. Geii, I'.'is.s. .\.ut.  > V'-'yvjOYc-  Prices Giveii.  and   Ord:e'r��  I'aken on  ilverything'  in the Printing  Line at th6  GET YOUR  -^  Prest, the'piiiotogra-  iier,;   Ijas just re  'MM  ���   -    &  s ���+. * , w  111 f 'V^  v       s�� 1, >r  cieived the finest t6t \ ;<||  [       'of    liioulding'S  East Ko'otenay.  W. A-. Prest,  ' riiotognipb'-'  Cl-..l>l>*<-iol^     .Moyie','    Fori Se.vUt  Witt Visit Moyie on  TuprsilaV arid Wednesday


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