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Array c,s,a*wJw=-'*>������i''' Marzjict&-t~3P~*-ez*ftx.'i-**>r*'t~-'-  ->���      -      i?~ .  itiltfttt  V'-Sf  rs.  ' f^Pirry r  4T;;,-,j"^'?!'.V*''  �� -Vt.Vrfl'fi0.  "ilaiS3,Nb.'6.  enr- --'W'vjm' *&&*  MOYIE, B. 0., MAY 20, lflQA  ft.-**'  W&1  $3 A YEAE-  [mmense sale of  ��� i*i.  ���m&i  Skiing us your feet.  .COSTM THE FifOEITE  ,  j*.   ^  He Js Making a Splendid Campaign.  BESTING HIS OPPONENTS  AILOR  We' do the rest. ' Our shoes fit like tbG  wings on a duck, and a ladder is not. necesl  Bary to reacirour prices.'' At tho same timo M  He  Possesses Sufficient Ability to   Voice  His  Own Sentiments, arid Ia'Kap-  -'   fdly Wloning Votes.  do.not forget,that-our" stock bf "  rti-  ... *'arJT  *3S  ICE  B.  b'oos  (1 lor  VlTli  ,*Trf5'5>  iGiBfllt'S furnishings, groceries-are complete.  SEffsffl*!^*' ���'���'��� '''-'   ,���'''   ��.    -    -:-.,��� ���* ��'.-r.   ."-.'.,-. *V <SV   ^j ..���.  .re  REIB, CAMPBELL & CO-  CANADIAN  BANK   OF COMMERCE.  r ��� \i i " *'*���,  '        ' 4        '' '  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000,  gpgfb  ^.Gl^Etf&Ii?.  ti. Wi. H. 'SMitHE, MGR  <-     ot  . Fa^u (Don) Pyt,Li��.vk'.  Ik T  m /tv  AT\ T-"A V  TV?  pgQte! for the  masses. 'Everything1 First  every   respect.   'Sample Booms for  Oonimercial Men.  &  British Columbia.  0.  ���^rvS?5^?  ��� '-^.^.-^^.^ylg?.^^^^.^.-  V. DESAULNIEKI&ICO., Vropq.  Regular Meals Served in* the Dining  Room, ^yith_JSHpRi.t.OjRDERS between  meals.  |Headquarters/pr Cpmnr)eijci9jj[gnd Mining Men  3N AVENUE, .��� ���=-- .-=���  MOYIE,' B. C.  pP^v^SF  '���*?.jr'JZ!J*L'4*.'**.4*.j*!'.  t&  Last Tuesday ��� Messrs., Costigan,  ^ Smith and Fernie, the three aspirants  for political honors/ were hi "Moyie.  Sroifli and Fernie .had come ' principally'to take ��� advantage)ivof miner's  union night and to meet* tho miners,  and Costigan came simply to'keep his  eye on the game.         v  ���it.    r^c ?-.>;..���  megtjng an'invitatipn wap extended to  a|j three pand|dfttep, and twenty rnin-  uteg time.' ?/as gjypr, pagh *>p '.at}-,  dresg ^e xflgrnbergi ��� Af'tpj $\e ]aat  cg-n^ida'tp ijnighpd, the unipji meeting  adjo'irned. and thA hall w.Qij fcb?Rt?n,  open for a public posting,  D,J. S,lma? was ofeoted chairman,  He invited tha candidates,'to tako a  a "place oil the platform. Costigan  and Fernie immediatly- responded, but  it,, took ..considerable pursuading and  coaxing <to induce Smith , to yield.  Fernie was first called upon to ad-  ; dresa the meeting. ' He defined his  i position in his o?/n peculiarc,way, but,  did not succeed , in 'instilling m'uch  enthusiasm into his audience. ��� He  spoke .principally on the B. C. South'-  erm railway charter and \h'e muddle  oyer tbe coal fieklu of his own town.  He cbhtehded/thafc'owing to his'"long  residence in the district; and the fact  t'hat he rose,from  the  ranks of  labor,  ��� that be was entitltu to the   support  of  ; the people.  Smith was nest called upon,,but ho  in a sort of stumbling, stammering  way refused to talk. He said, however, Uja.b a man -was coming and  wouht soon be in the field to do the  platform work.    This man   be repre-  ��� sented to be a regular whirlwind.  Mr. Costigan was the  last   speaker.  He held the'' close   attention   of   his  listeners, and was master ''.of' the  situation from, begining,to'.end.    He  had  Smith and   Fernie  '-'buffaloed"   from  the start and any of their attempts  to  break down his argument proved futile.  A tilt arose between   Fernie and himself.    Costigan contended Fernie -was  brought o.ut and put   in  the field   by  Messrs. Jaffray   and Cox,  of Toronto,  the largest shareholders in the  Fernje  coal mines.   This Mr. Fernie did  not  altogether  attempted   to   refute,   but  stated    that     Messrs.     Jaffray    and  Cox were not   his   only   friends   and  backers  in   the   east.   Mr.    Costigan  then emphatically declared  that .men  of the stump of   Messrs.   Jaffray   and  Cox    bad   no   right   to   dictate   the  policy of this government, which  he  considered would be the   case provid-'  ing Fernie was elected.  tigan. The contrast between the  mental powers and vitality of the two  men wer'e^so greatly in favor of Costigan that had Mr. Fernie not appeared in Cranbrook at all he would  have been a winner from. a political  standpoint.  ��� While Mr. Fernie is undoubtedly a  very < nice old gentleman in' many  ways he clearly demonstrated tonight  that he is not the man needed '' in the  legislature of British Columbia to  watch over, protect and advance the  interests of this Rapidly growing region  which has quadrupled its voting list  in the short space of two years.  Mr, Fernie was followed by Messrs.,  Ross and Harvey, barristers, of Fort  Steele. '  Mr. Costigan's manliness,' his ability  as a political fighter "on lines free "from  the disreputable, and his "straighfor-  ward stand for the' interests' of all  South East Kootenay ' an'd British  Columbia, has ' already made friends  of maijy who were, political enemies  in tbjs to^P ^heretofore, apej' \yijl  acbj'eye like results' for Jiiin all oyer  the d(striot? electing him by an pyer-  'ng majority.      < '  Queens' Birthday   Fit-  " tingly Observed.  THE   FOEESTEKS'  BALL  CB4$BROOE    ITEMS,  NotwithHtandlue  the   Inclemency  of   tho  ' Weather the Celebration was a Success  ���-������-���'     iri Eyory Way.  W-ft Whits, foreman' a| ^ho gt.  "Sqgons mino, mot with,a pa.rjf��i ao*  oidont lust Sunday. While making  hifl rooridg he accidentally lost hie  footing and fell down a raiao a distance of nearly^Q feet. His .cries for  help wer6 notc heard until a half an  hour afterwards, when he was taken  out by means of a windlass. Dr. Higgins was summoned and attended the  injured man, but found that he was  only badly bruised and shaken up  Irom bis fall. '       '  Mr. White is now able to be  town and will soon be 'fit to  his .duties.  around'  resume  LOCAL  (WEW��.  Miss   McLe'od  Nelson.-,  has    returned     U  i!'or a'good smoke call'at .the 'Palace  7*^1  ���j?, w- enjTn,'.VToprt��tPF,-2  %  Cigar Store,  C. J. Clayton   returned'  to   ATelson  this morning.  Mr. and Mrs.-Foley departed Monday for Spokane to remain,  Miss Gilchrist was put from Fort  Steele to attend the celebration.  Work is progressing nicely on the  enlarging of the Lako Shore hotel.  Mrs. Batley and .eon/ Merhn; \yere  in Cranbrook the first pf the week.  When in want of fresh fruit you  will always find it at The Palace Cigar  Store. '     -' '  Oh I say, for the finest .union cigar  in the land call at "The Palace Cigar  Store.  Mrs. L. M. Mansfield was quite' ill  during the week, but is now conva-  lescsnt.  Wben yon write to your better half  call ou C. J. Rose at the Palace Cigar  Store for stationer}'.  The   eighty-first   birthday   of   Her  Majesty Queen Victoria "was   fittingly  observed by the residents of this place  .last Thursday, and the' interest ��� which  they; took in the affair 'made  it like  aH'other  th'ings   undertaken' by   the  citizens of   Moyie���a   grand success.  The condition of the weather was  not  e?tra fayorable, for there were' 'several  cold Bhowers during the day   and   the  lake wap* nitber  rough   for   boating.  Ho^eyer, tljia did noi rnar' thg pleag-  ure<? of the d&y 'to 'aijy' .great   extent  and the program ^a'3 carrfedout a^qut.  as stated in last peek's Leadey','  Tlie Forostora' and aiiqer's Vnion  wore forrned in line oa Victoria Street.  whau tho train from tha oast arrived,  Father Coocola'a  Indian   band   then  took"a place in front of the Foresters,  and the perade'was started with J. M.  Lindsay, marshal of the day5 mounted  on one of 'Grant & Sheady's large  white horses, in the lead, followed by  the band, the Foresters and the Miner's  Union. There were 114 miners and  48 Foresters in the parade. The line  of march was down Victoria street to  the Lake Shore^boarding house, back  again to Queen's avenue, ,-and down  Queen's avenue to the Moyie hotel.  From the balcony of the Moyie  hotel J. P. Farrell, president' of" the  celebration committee, introduced Mr.  J.'A. Harvey of Fort Steele, ,who delivered the oration; instead of Mr.  Robinson of Cranbrook, who was  uqu-iat-^"~rl*n a roercijess  manner, contra-  Cranbrook Herald;  Tbe Racing  and   Athletic .Association is materializing in a   most   satisfactory manner.    The cash  subscriptions  now   amount   to   $3,100   cash,  without applying to small subscribers;  The Sullivan is now a shipper in iact  as well as theory.- Henceforth ore  will go out at an average of a carload  a dao or more. ' ' '���  J. R. Costigan, opposition candidate  for the legislature, has established  head quarter', offices' in the Baker  block, near the Central restaurant.  Tlie Leask,Sawmill Co. is now ship-  pshg lumber to   the   St.   Eugene,   at  Moyie,  for   construction   of   the  big  ilume and other purposes.  "Bert" Beattie,, a*' pioneer   among  Cranbrook'bachelors, and whose heart  was supposed to be armor clad against  all attractions offered, by  matrimony,'  has fallen a victim' to Qunid/o- oh^ftQ,  and become a benedict by this time,  "his.    Beattie    departed   for' Nelson  Sunday morning, apd, so far a3'san oe  learned left there for the "Reclamation '  Farm,'''just over the line near Port  rjill," where he wa3 quitaly married to  iliac Georgia Henderson, of Oak Lake, ��  Man.   The ceremony took.nlace at the' ,  bride's brother's' and  was  originally  intended - to   haye   occurred  ^several  v/eeka ago.  The bride is spoken of in the   most   ,  complimentary terms by  former  residents of Oak Lake.  J, Ji. Costigan, the second opposition candidate,to come out for. election  to the legislature from South ���' East  Kootenay, made 'his first address in  Cranbrook as a candidate at Forrest  Hall last Thursday night. Mr. 'Costigan is .evidently a "stump" speaker pf  experience and certainly of ability.  ThereJis no ambiguousness about his"  sentences," no mistaking his meaning,  He "dressed down" Mr. Martin and '  his platform���as -the  opposition  loo"k  Mrs. Watkins returued   from   Fort  Steele Wednesday and   was   accompa-  Whenovcr   a   perplexing   question I nicd by hcr hule sidter<  ���4* '  W  yd  SsS**  mi  8ft  m  rim  Tbis holol'isjnow open to tho,public, andjis woll furn?  ished throughout. None but tho best brands of wines,  liquors, audpigars kept in stock, ,       ,       ,     ,  UP  CLASS    ACCOMMODATIONS.  MOYIE, B.    C  %ffe ���'"��� JOHNSTON BBOjS.  |ffeHotel is New and well Furnished. The  WWmJ��\eh arJ Supplied with the Best the  wt^ar��et affords. Thel Bar is' Filled" with  mm        est :^ran(is of Liquors and. Cigars,  f* w <Rt>l (Iff  ttpte  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND-MINING: MEN'"������ f  .'"*"��� ~ ������...���'���''���'    -'JJIUXISH COIjUniBlA.   $  would be put to Fernie,   Mr.  Harvey,  who  is   acting   as   Forme's   mentor,  would assist him out of the   difficulty.  To this Mr.  Costigan  suggested  that  in case Mr.  Fernie  was   elected   Mr.  Harvey might accompany  him to thc  legislative hall and there be his mouthpiece, and if Mr.   Smith   was   elected  Mr. Martin    might   arrange   to   pass  somo    legislation    whereby  his   man  might be squezed in also   and   act   in  tbo same capacity.  Mr. Costigan stated that the issue  of labor and capital was a vital one.  and that every effort possible should  bo brought to avoid widening . the  thc breach between the two. He was  in favor of ��� standing strictly by the  eight hour law, and, did not favor  even allowing it to go to a vote of the  people to determine as to whether or  not it should  remain   on   the statute  books.  Mr. Costigan made a plain business  like talk and his remarks were impressive and to the point.  ������';',.  jFERNIE IN CUANBRO0K.  Cranbrook, May 23.-~Mr.- Fernie  and his party spoke hero iu Forrest  hall tonight, and it is\an actual fact  that he made votes ior John R.  Cos-,  Miss Alice McAllister, sister of Mrs.  F. W. Frith, was out from Cranbrook  Thursday to attend tho celebi ation.  S. A. Fallon was here for the celo-  bration, and has lelt ior the upper  Moyio river to look after his claims.  Messrs. Watkins and Sntherlaud  have opened their fruit and confectionary store and ice cream prrlor to  the public.  Johnston Bros, of the Moyie hotel  have had two Peterbourough boats  shipped from Kaslo for use' on Moyie  lake.1'-, ������' '.���'���'. ,'.''-���.���  For Rent���An eight  suitable   for   dwelling  house. ' Apply to S.   L.  Lewis Thomson, Moj-ie.  For Sale.-*-A lot and two buildings.  The lot faces two streets. The main  street of the town and Tavistock street.  Apply to S. L. Goldberg or Lewis  Thomson, Moyie.,  voidably ab'seni. Mr. Harney's address  was wiU receiyed an.d" lje was j-oudly  -. applauded from beginiijg jo e��;d,  , The arfternooij "sporta passed pf  smoothly,. Following js a list .of the  sports and tjbe winners.:  Running  hop^ step  and  ^ump���C.  Brooks.  Putting tiie Bhojt���Geo. Hill^ard,.  Fat mail's race-sr-C. Wolfe.  Seventy-aye   yard   race���.S.   Montgomery.  Wheelbarrow race-r-C. Brooks.  Sack race���A.Slinn.  Girl's race���Erna Niederstadt- first;  Louise Niederstadt, second.  Boys' race-=-Iadian Boy, firsa Sidney  Elmer, second.  Tug of war, miner's vs. mill men.  The miner's won. Time, three .minutes.  Boat race-~?Peterboroijgh .class���  Wm. Hamilton, first; Frank Johntson  second. Hollister class���A. J. McDonald, first, M. J. Cox, second; Root.  Campbell, third. Extra race���Peter-  burough class���M. J. Cox, first.  The Rock drilling contest was perhaps the leading feature of the sports.  There were three enteries���Wm. Mills  and Tim Farrell, G. R. and F. ' W.  Mitchell, B. E. Taylor and Thos. xNera-  sick,    Mills   and   Farrell   won     first ���  dieting either .in ai? argumentative  wa-y or by sarcasm the various claims  set Up by Mr. Martin for reins.tatnaent  as p?��i��ii.er of the province.  Seyeral ho.rjses haye disapper^d froi^  thjs yjcjnijty ]atel/;   ?,nd   enough   hg.3  been learned of late to lead to  the belief that an. organized gang .is at   work  between Fernie .and   Kootenay ' lake,  ap4 jt may be a more  extended  field.  Contractor Greer's horses were  ridden  away frp.m  town   .several  days   since  and'this week he learned that one of  them had been killed ou  the  railroad  near Moyelle.    IJe went farther down  the road, and heard of the other horses,  in   the   meantime   finding   Customs  Collector Keay's horse, which had been  taken away several days ago, tied to  ii  tree near "tlie   railroad   track.    There  are other recent   occurrances   in   the  iminediate vicinity which  lead to  tho  belief that,an extensive and completely  organi^pitj gasg jd/  horse   thieves--are  operating in the  w&thern  portion  of  East Kodtecay,  money,   and   Taylor    and  room house,  or boarding  Goldberg   or  second money.  Father Coccolo's band did good  service thiour .out the day, and the  Indian boys' music was appreciated  by all.  THE FORESTERS BALL.  The Foresters ball was big success,  and the manner in which the aflair  was conducted reflects credit on the  order. There wero over 100 persons  in attendance. Music was furnished  by Prof. Carl Webber and S. W,  Murphy, aud J. M. Lindsay was floor  manager. An excellent 'supper.- was  served at the Central hotel, and the  dining room was appropriately decorated for the occasion. ' :  Au Error Corrected,  Editor Leader: I wish to correct the  repoit which seems to have gained  circulation to the effect that Mr. John  Costigan refused to sign the petition  which was circulated sonic timo ego  asking for the retoution of the eight  hour law. Mr. Costigan .was not in  Cranbrook when I was there with the  Nemsickj petition, therefore, he was never  proached on tho matter.  S. A. Scott.  api  AH Three lu Field.  F. C. Potts passed through Moyie  this morning on his way to Kaslo  where he speaks tonight. He states  that all three candidate?, Costigan  Smith and Fernie, have been officially  placed in nomination and put up the  necessary $200. Therefore all throe  will be in the race,  Metal Quotations.  New, York,    May   24.���Bar  silver  ; 60 cents.   Lead ij!3.97 @4.02i.  The  prices  firm   that fixes    the   selling  for  miners    and     smelters  quotes lead at $3.80'at the close,  A Fast Bicycle Rider V  Will often receive painful cuts,  sprains or bruises from accidents.  Bucklen's Arnica Salve, will kill the  pain and heal the injury. It's the  cyclist's friend. Cures Chafing, Chapped Hands. Sore Lips, Burns, Ulcers  and Piles. Cure gnranteed. Only 25c.  Try it. Sold by Hope ctBeattie Druggists ' /'���. 1  C.-P. K.  Bu9ineas for" AjtiiiV ;-  The following shows the business  done at the C, P. R, Station at Moyie  for the month of April: Number of  tickets sold, 143, amount" $459.10.  Freight|forwarded, 2-55 tons, amount  .$1,527.91. Freight received, 298 tons,  amount $1647.18. '  Martin Kotton iJgged.  Victoria, B. C., May 22.���Premier  Martin was rotten eggedu'.i the Spoke  meeting last evening and is meeting  ���with a general frost in his campaign  on tho island.  W  Aftl'l $  7&W  "?;  \    V  1' ���,'  $m  ���'J  A  1  \  !  >  %'���  -i��  j5  k  ���<"  ���  ,.ff\  ���v    -  IV  ll  b\  . *  1 **  ' rfl  ,  *l  'ii  1  >'\  'j*\  1  *  *  (  H  1  4*  1 '  *  ���H  *'  f'  V���|  f  n\  X  ��� ���* 1  '   '  ��  /,'   i   i  1 . if  I  .  ��� .-   gj  i  :   'pi  'y",?4  .       4.M  1 -  "'3  -   ii  I     1 4MKAMM4E^4jr<n>trjV-' .Jw.t   ��.ft 1^'"'''-   j>,  ' r t   -''  }.     t,-4|l.  I   4J    .'������-,  ' i f'���A'-.  I - J"'  2*  ���atMBxaa  fflB MOYIE LHAD1  Bauraar wirt irum ������ \tisiamiiaiiiL^sismti^sssi^aiaBSSP!^n^r*tiiat  a  14-  i J,  -,ve  iu  a  to<'  dii-  If  or ,  w  re  S��"  P:  in  l)i  t  b  f'.  .'f  is A'.ki-  ���_* U I ij .?'?��  . ?  r -  'j .  .��� f <?;  ,.  ' "* i I  _    ,   r,    t   j*��    l".   t*  \ i.\ i ii.f -  I    ' .r.i ���' 'j  - ���  . " '. h !'.��'  ." i. j-iij ir.;,i  ���.������v''.-. *  t'U.'T /,..''  :   ���'.fi.' ."..  .blishcd iu the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenav.  <J. S.1I1"  A: CO.,  -   -    Publishers  HATES OT SUBSCRIPTION.  C Year .' $_>.oo  -o-  j Appiy lo  SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1900.  ii  ."I  'tl  ���   UV  (������:���:;.���  ,-'��� 'I1'..;  s.'i'lir : .'  "j'  tTOJfX ,K.   COSTIGAN,  , 'After taking all thingc into account,  d canvassing  all   (he ; public   men  iu :>.���������', or may be before the olectors  South East   Kootenai''   during   the  esent campaign,   the   Leader   has  me to tho conclusion that John   R,  istigan, Q. C, of Cranbrook, is  the  .'st fitted by professional" ability   and  ,st experience to direct the  destinies  GENTLEMEN ;  '       I am a candidate for your suffrac-os at  the  approaching  election  oi  a  representative  for South  East Kootenay in the Proviiioial Legislature; and I  make my appeal for your support as a candidate in opposition to the   present  Martin Government.  .While I expect to have the   opportunity  from  time   to  time before thh 9th of June of discussing the  political, situation  upon   the  public platform and of clearly defining my position upon alf questions  of  importance arising in this campaign, it is perhaps but right  that I  should  take  this earlier opportunity of announcing my platform upon the more prominent  questions of  the hour.   ' '        ' '  Therefore I will advocate;���-.  1. The active development of the  natural resources of th'e Province^ hot  merely in'proportion to actual annual  FOR SALE AND RENT  OR MADE TCI ORDER.  a. ��. HO&IISTER, Moyie.  EAST KOOTENAYJQTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B. C  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  11,-i  \>*z  1     * A i  , - ���a.  - - ��� ���   ... -~-a>  this district for the coming term  of  revenues, but, if necessarj', by pledging  ���AA  IT  ! A  i j :  "ul 7  ' - ��� ' I  if.,'   .'  ~,l--77'  v..  ���'��.;"  <;���?[!'  'Z'^;c'  .:    ,i'  .iii... ;.  rice. Mr. Costigan is -a man of  rong personality, and in point of  lowledge of'parliamentary practice  nd   provincial affairs,  is second to  the credit of the Province to that end,  and not by increasing the burden of  taxation as suggested by Mr. Martin.  2. A Government system of exploration of the  natural   resources   of  the  ..:-jt i,  me, while of his deep interest iii' all  Province with a' view of ascertaining  t -  i  >   t  V   III  at concerns South East Kootenay  id British Columbia no one can  ttertain a doubt.  'His stand on the eight hour question  stronger by far than that' of either  the other two candidates, and his  lility to make known the wants of  ,e miners and mining needa of this  )h eeotion'of British Columbia spool  '<-r  ������ tit'   ,ii.r, !(.|.t,-,  .u-i ymy  -   nt  ' A  -'.-: ,ur->l'.fu*  ��� {��� nt -'.'.VtiXk  ���{���"td;%y  i,  j j 'i ,dfV-i?  'i       .ijM'-'i"  I  t;-    *,tii'i-ii��~  '\- }��� dy_   l��]l<,K,��UA'       - ��� -      '          -���--.  Z'\$. yyii7   ly fits Mm-for' the  position   ho  is  ��� .i fifjii.,. i-ii t'li ���     . .  ' -Ll':- '-''���'���*-'���    eking.1  ffhe fact   that   he  is   opposed   to  )geph Martin is 'another point in  his  ij-yor, and the clear and  candid  man-  3r in which he is dealing with   that  '3ntleman is carrying.conviction   and  inning him (yotes wherever  he goes.  Mr. Costigan  is   by   far   the   most  nlhant,' competent and capable   man  ,i the field, and he will be a   credit to  ���ie Legislative Assembly and the, dis-  .;icfc   which he   will   represent  when  jected.    And he will be elected.  their locality   and.  extent;, and   the  publication of full   periodical   reports  i  i 'j i>   'I,.' jlirfi.'  ' 'z$zHiyH\--  lib -ahih'i  \H  <'r$l  |j��ft  \$Ul  :-|lf M  ���':/ Hi  'J. -*,'  ��� -in  id  ��� he ".tsi,  li  7i-Z  '��� ? 'i  '(���'  .1  A M  if s m  .rr.ji  U  7\  ��� Mi' M  1|-:i^  ���... ��� 'i  . \$yn  .'S'lH,'  '  ' f     (!��  P1'  3  3s.u  Z0sn.V���tsiiZ3nx^ssaascs  "��� Fiee miners should remember to re-  ;ew their licenses by the 31st.  ftnitfc>*jtM��tCT  ';; ,  f:it'"  of such exploration, with maps, showing'trail, railway ,Tand., water routes for  information and guidancp pf prpgppp'  tors and pnblic generally.   ,  ��� 3, A generDUd policy' of encouragement and assistance of Railway^ construction throughput tho Province ��� by  cash subsidy, surrounded by suoh oare��  ful legislation as will  effectually safeguard the interests of the people. The  necessity   for   Railway' development  throughout the Province is apparent  to all;  but   under   the  psesent   conditions and   limited   rev.enue, of  the  Province, I decline to commit  myself  to a policy of .Provincial  Government  construction) operation and ownership  of railways.    I shall have more to say  upon  this  important question   from  the public platform.  4, The establishment and maintenance of a technical school of mines.  ��� 5. .Amendment of the mining acts;  particularly rv'Uh reference tp ih'o  inspection' pf mines and thpir greater  safety; aud wit'i leference to assessment work, clajm-jumping, ere. and  the obyiation, as far as possible, of thc  necessity of litigation in connection  therewith, ,  6. The Government of British-   Gol-  ing, and fr^uit growing in the  agricultural districts of the^Provihce.  9. The establishment of   a   Bureau  of labor and   mining   statistics  under  .the control' of  a   'competent   official  exercising the functions   of Jan   arbitrator in the settlement'of issues.>nd  disputes endangering the peace, progress, and commercial iuterests of the  community; thus avoiding,' as 'far as  possible, the   delay,   annoyance,   and  expense of protracted litigation  Orders Solicited.  i  Soda Water and' Syphens.  Harvey   &   McCarter,  FORT SrEliLE. D. C  IJarvey, McCnrter & Alexnuilcr,  I ; (  FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  jLO. prpafer expedition-in t|ip jaaue  Muv   '  ^f n.nn.��� j.~ . i ��. " ,    . ,-   -Ui-u-xii.,  fi-'f '^.t the present time.  ji     '- i  ?M.'  tt-'  ��� Kentucky's crop of hemp   this   year  -Vill be  the   largest   on   record.    She  leedrf plenty in her business.  H   - i  A.07,  '/ due .  .���V:I"v 4  ,�� 4- ;-  Politics in '' South t Bast   Kootenay _  Jre much warmer   than   iho   V7eather | umbia by and for the people of British  Columbia; and the fair, impartial, and  honorable administration of the public works and ether public afl'airs of  the Province, irrespective of local,or  political prejudice.  7, The exclusion of Federal party  lines from British Columbia politics  until the impossibility of stable government upon such a basis, has been  clearly demonstrated to both Federal  parties.  8. The encouragement and development of farming, dairying stack-rais-  of Crown grants; and ���'''prompt  depart'  mental settlernent of disputed   claims;  11. The exclusion pi Mongqhan  labor -from competition with white  lavor within the Proyinoe by all constitutional means; remembering'-always  that wo aro part of a groat Empire  whose Sovereign Ic, enUtlcd to our!  loyal support in the ��� mighty task of  that Empire's government.  12. The Districtof south Bast Kootenay being essentially   a v mining   district, the eight-hour law is naturally  a  subject'of vital importance  to   us.    I  have given this question a 'great rdeal  of.careful and conscientious  consideration; and I am convinced that justice  and the best interests of, the  country  demand that with reference'to'this law  it must be a case of, "HANDS   OFF:"  If elected 1 shall   strenuously   oppose  any attempt to interfere with the  law  lis >l now elands (except, perhaps,   so  fa? as to exempt from-its  operation   a  prospector   personally   doing    usscsp-  until  C. P. HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICEt-PARKELL block. '  British Columbia.  A new suit of plothos will be an .important part in a ��� jnau's ''get up" for,  that day. This combined with a Stetson hat, necktio and a pair ot shoes.,  ���     1 ��� .     . ���     ,'   ��� , ' '  The designs  we aro showing' arc remarkably beautiful and  rich,  and  so  ���varied that no man is' likely  to meet  his duplicate.      '   " ' ' .  Qitj   rS&aying   Parlor,  CENTRAL,   J-JOTEL, __  ,  wholly Qwim, vpq\},  Mgyis, B. C,  A.    E.   RICHARDSON,  n  Hauling and Draying.  Wood for Sale.  i^��,<Vitip��Hf*r  aedona  Moyie,  B. C.  tJKIONBAIlBEEr SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.  T. i;, OI.LIX9, Prop.  It i.-. not too early to begin making  (reparations for the miners' conven-  .ion which is to he held in Moyie next  nonth.  .'   it is said   ,Debs   has   more   papers  mpporting him in thc state of   Wash-  ��� ngton than the Populists had in   1892  .vhen they swept the state.  ment work on his own claim)  such time as mine-owners and mine-  workeis unite in a. formal appeal to  tiie legislature, by resolution of their  respective' associations, for a change  in the law. H such a united appeal  be not made, then, so far as my vote  and influence ' can prevent ' it, no  change will be made.  If honored with the confidence of  the electors of South East Kootenay  on the 9th day of June next I shall  faithfully endeavor to discharge my  duties as representative of the district  honestly and impartially, and unbiased by local prejudice, or political  or sectional affiliation, and beg to  remain, >    '  Your obedient servent,  MOYIE, B. C.  -O���-  JEWELER  MOYIE,  a>,i  O,  I  il1. I  Carefully read Mr.  Ooatigan's  plat-  Cranbrook, B. C��� 12th,'May, 1900.  ;orm, and notice the  clear  and  mtol-  h'gent manner in which ho deals   with  the various important issues embodied  therein.  <U)\JE7��  7H  'i :f.:"  James Kerrigan  Clothing,    Gents'    Furnishings,  Boots,  Shoes, Hats? Gloves, Etc.  o  <#  COME AND SEE US.  Victoria Ave., Moyie, B. C.  SAW AND PLANING MILL  CRANBROOK,   B.  C,  &  Wholesale Grocers  AN'D  GeneralJAgents.  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lflmber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. . .  MOYIE,    B. C.  FOR'.PRICES  APPLY  OR  WRITE  G. R. MUIR, Mgr.  ��� The manner in which the St.  Eugene Consolidated Mining' Co. &re  adding to their concentrating plant is  'good evideuco that the company  mean business.  r  v>  1 !> ,>>:  - Speaking of gall it would seem that  a man in Phoenix was entitled to the  ,bun. Last, week a miner named  Brown borrowed money from a hotel  man named Ball on the pretext of  doing assessment work on his claims.  He then eloped with Ball's wile, and  they have not been cecn since.  '. IJS"  A7Z  There has been a rumor ciiculated  to the effect that Mr. Costigan refused  to sign the petition which was circulated some time ago asking for the retention of the eight hour law. The  rumor is entirely .without foundation,  and is.a campaign lie pure and simple.  : Mr. Costigan never saw. the petition  in question, arid in facldid not know  of its being circulated until a'few days  "ago.;.,       ' A   _ A-.  iSelson Tribune: Premier Martin   is  , a man of reBOurce.    He   is   the  only  politician in British Columbia who has  so arranged matters that himself and  ' his secretaries can travel on the   C.  P.  ' R. passes ifrom   point   to   point, and  ��� lambaste the  raiWay  company, av   a  ���  greedy monopoly from every  platform  in the province.  CSrl  E B. C.  Are Nov/ Open and Ready For  Business With a Full Line Fof  la?  Staple and Fancy  i'ou are Invited to Inspect Stock.  Homo  and 'Foreign   Bonded  houses.  Ware-  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,     Etc.  THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO.  (LIMITED.)  CORRESPONDENCE  INVITED.  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.,  v 'V* 'i'  ^  The only house in East Kootnay  heated^throughoutjwithhotair.  First class*in��every respect.^ Spocial  rates to boarders. Good sampToJ room  for commercial men.  ��� ���':  European plan.    Open day and night  BREWERY.  ^.���fjr&i. x jU      *���  JK. H. SMAI.X. Prop.  .ORANBROOK, -^ ,B. C. I  7*. ^y^:-ZAj^ &-&-siz^2^fr^z^'^ j^^'  C1L1BEATI'THE';24tL  av  ���������' ������'��� "���,;  '$  "?rtey,  IS       KEO.S  AND  BOTTLES.  ���nREWKIifl   OF���  FINE LAGER   BEEK  AND PORTER ...  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken oil  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  . Orders Prompt^' attended to.  R.^Riesterer and|Co., Props,  FOR FINE  iMELSOW, B   C  ADDRESS  NELSON.  "iim  v.  \.  i.i.  i  f ���  ... -  n  I .  ��� . *  I ���  I  ),  1 x'>ll{'  I'm  Viim  W'  m  i ^.M  ���Zyg  r ms _,      ��� I     ��.1-��fi����iHHB  .   -,f.~* -<-   >��_ ,*^_L*   'w   AS.���S-'Tr*^!--!,  ' ; - J;  ���.  TV  He moyie leader.  jMOYIB,    B. -.0.    ,  11  I  5-*'-,-.u  uVS  ����� j*iwr  JkN   OPPORTUNE TIME.  5,1.   the   Voimar   Man   Uxed    Wlj^  Comrucirdublc Xcul.  y, old boy." said the young man  3 shook his I'rieiid by the baud and  led over a cigar, "I want you to be  est man."  ought her father objected," said'  lend, who understood the. situa-  iot a'bit of it!    I've received  ids  tesii'io.   auu"   we   nre  *��  be   married  -month and live happily ever after-  _ with the old folks."  'ou'll   have   to   explain,", said   the  id.   ���  ,  fxplaiu?    There'Ms nothing to ex-  The old  man is nil  right; the .  [is all rigid, aiiiM aui all right r if  will promise to, be tlie best man.  1 lie all righrtoo!"    ���   '   ,  the stern papa relented, d,id he?"  Icleiit nothing!'"Say, yon remember  tp I asked him last summer to give  ' .is daughter her,said It would bo a  day when I gotyher?   Well, when  nd that heavy snowstorm' 1 met  |>lil man''stuck iii a snowdrift and  ring because the street cars'were  'running. . I reminded him of what  [ad said, called Ills attention to the  iltlon of the weather nt that :no-  Jt nnd 'gently pointed out whore a  wont who didn't keep" his word,  il, my nerve caught the old man,  "'J   got the girl   with his .blessing.  Is. will..be out tomorrow, and the ,  man   Is  going   lo   <lp  the    proper  ������Detrolt I-Yee 1'iv.sa.  IWOMAl'S BURDEN  0  '���  fiS,' STqRY 'OlfyAjWOr/[AN"-AD..'  dres.sXDwTQ^'pSlP^--- ���-,-���  'ells How 1 lipso Weak i��ml Despondent  an ObUlii 'Nevrllt'uHli niul KtrouRtli  t a Miinll   1 xpeiW���Tlio'l'-iict.s  Fully  ������rilled  byvlnvchi iff.��t lon.-'-i; y   -���  the Mail, Gr.-nnbyl Que.        _  be loading   public   lmve-evidence  before them almost' every   clay  of  Unhealing powers . of   Dr.   yVilliaras'  *!k Pills, It. is Eome times asked  ther these,, cures aro permanent, ,  in leply to this we would say that  se which recently o.nno to the at-  iou of the Mail indicates that the  .Its following tho   u$p of this raedi;  |e are as lasting ji's.^ tbey   aro ''bene-;  fal.    Some year's   ago   Mrs.   Robert'  ibster, who is well 'known in Gran-  passed through a   very   serious ill-  1 in,.wliinl\-hnT4r-j-jQndlftioil  V<?rj UCar-  fbordered upon collapse.    Her blood'  ieared to,have uiiuosc turned to Wat-  She was very  weak,, her  appetite  e, and   fIio   suffered tfrom  severe  ISeudnchei.-'Mrs. Webster,had tha bene-'���  fc't of excellent ineJiciU   advice, but apparently without avail, as sh'o  scomecL  teadily growing worse."     The least ox-  ption would   fatigue' her,   and,finally  Ijjhe was for a time, nuablo   to   do  her  jousework, and was conflued   to   bed.  ler husband suggested the use -of  Dr.  filliarus'Pink Pills   and   purchased a  ffew boxes.    Mrs. Wtbster had, not been'  Itaking tho'pills long  beforo  she found  lerself growiug  -stronger.    Her  head-  iches   disappeared." her   appetite improved,    new   blood    appeared    to  be  bonrsing through her   veins;    and   her  lorves again becanio strong and ac-tive.  liter using ,tho' pills for   a   couple  of  lionths she felt- as well as ever she bad  lone iu her life, and could do her house  rork. without Ceeliug .the >fatigne.tbafc  rid formerly made, her lud"'so   miserable.    This\ as already. i.n^J.-'jifr\.hap-..  jiened some" years "ago/and m'the' period"  |that has olapsed Mrs, Webster  has  enjoyed the best of health.   She says that  if sho feels at any   timo   a   little  run  Idown she takes a few doses of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aud is soon alLright,  faud she thinks thero is no medicine to  fequal them    Mr. 'Webster,   speaking of  fliis wife's   cure,    says  Dr.   Williams',  IPiuk Pills did  her   a thousand  dollars  gworth of good, and friends   who  know  |hor condition beforo the began tlio pills  |and saw tbe effect  upon   her,   say  the  |Banio thing.    Them aro   a.  number of  [otherH in this vicinity who   havo  used  |this great medicine, and so   far ti9   the  |Mail caii learn the rosnlts liave.nlways  |been beneficial.  There   aro   thousands     of     women  Ithroughout tho-country  who   suffer as  iMrs. Webster did,who are. pule, subject  |to headaches, heart, palpitation and diss-  |zines.H, who drag along frequently fefil-  "iR th.it lifo is a burden.    To all   such  | we would say givo Dr.   Williams' Pink,  Pills a  fair   trial.    Theso pills  mako  rich, nd blood, - strengthen "tlio'nerves,  bring tho glow of health "toV-palq  and  sallow cheeks, und make tlio feeble and  despondent feel - that  lifo.is once moro  worth living.    The   genuine  aro  sold  JH only in boxes, the  wrapper bearing''the  full name "Dr.. .Williams'   Pink  Pills  for Pale People". May be hud from all  dealers or by mail at 50c a box . pr, six  boxes for $-i.50, by .addrossiug   the Dr.  Williams'   Medicine .Co.,   Brockviile,  .Ont. \:   A ���-.."..���������"-.;     <  i��  %m-  Iflckle  By J. M. BARBIE.  "Ay, but ric had to j"t yo in."       "    ,  "On, I would have 1m.km in ihe'.utKir  rather tluiii li.-ive lii'cii   I oar,   nud   inrin'  tail of Urt   driy   JKnck-r   takes    the .->.'iib  oti tho duor." '  "He "pimender! hu ilioelrt ye a ghost  too, rliii he no':" ,  "No, no, that's a made up story. Hcn-  di'.r and his wife had rigreed to "pretend  rhrtt, but,-wlien ifender ciiine t<r the door  he became, stupid-like; and when I says  'Ay, Mender,' he >ayh,.,'Ay, Tainnin.s.'  I've heanriiis wife rv.gt-d at him ahoui it  after. =_      7     . '  "���'Nanny,' I .huvs to the wife, 'it's ine  back again, and ye'll oblige by hinuiing  ower.my waistcoat''and i-iiy hat..'  "I've forgotioji to tell ye , that when  -I'-waliiod i,u,'-Nsviiiiy wris. sj-rtiidingrtjh'a  htool with :i jroker in h'-r hand, the  which she v.'a.s using to'i-liove something  "on the top of the. press out of siehfc. Slie  juirrjred down hurriedly, but looking  bold,, and says she, 'Theso mice is-v<;'ry  troublesirrjiu1.'  "Weel, 1   had   a ^.preseiitiiueist,' and i  says, .-(!ivu nio th>' iwker, Nanny, and J '11  (Vt at (lie mjee!' .Saytl she, "���'Na, iiir;' and,  she lifts awny the sUsil.  "All this time I lender hud bt;ert looking very melancholy, but despite that, he  was jrlnd lo see ine-'baek/aii;! lie mivs in a  Ri'iuiiuental way. 'Ytni'.i'w a stranger,  Tnninnis,'' says hi*., '  ���v'l am, J lender.' says I, 'and 1 want  my waistcoat, als^ rrry liat.' n  'MJeiider gave iv confused   look   to the  wife, and says .she,   "i'lio   wai.stcoat ,2ias  ���been'.aold for rags, und I gave .the-.hn.fc to  tinklers.' ��� '���*",'  " 'llender Haggart,' says lr.'is this,  so:-',  "Hender sort of winked, meaning that  .wo could talk the thing ower when Nanny wribiia there, but I couldna wait.  r*v' 'Jl'tliink, Nanny,' says   I, pointedly,  "as i'll^Uike   a    look   at   these   mice  of  yours.'      ' '        ���   ' -       '���   '  " tVe'll do no sich things,' says she.  " 'I'm thinking,' says I, 'as I'll find a  black .waistcoat on the lop of thnt .pro'ss,1,  and likewise, a Sabbath hat.''  " IJ endcr couldna help' giving ine an  udiiiiring Ib'ok' for my Vruicknoss, but  Nanny put her back to the' press, and  says she, 'Heiuler," am I to be insulted  "Cc-fnre your .face.-"  "Hender was perplexed, but he says to  me, 'Ye hear what Nanny says, Tammas?'  " 'Ay,' I says,"'1 hoar,her.'  " 'Hi; hears ye, Nanny,' says Hender.  " 'Bilt I want my lawful possessions,'  I cries. .  ',' I render ��� hesitated again, but Nanny  repeat<;, 'Hender; am I to be insulted before your face?'  ," .i-Dinna insult her   before   my   face,'  Hender whispers to me.  " 'J offer no insult,' I   says, loud out,  'but I've come for my waistcoat   and my  hat, hnd I dinna* budge till I get them.'  1    ������ 'Ye've a weary time beforo ye, then,'  says Nanny. K  *". "I wonder ye wouldna be ashamed to  -kfjepra man frae his   belongings,' I'said.  ': ;Tell him they're yours, Hender,'  she, cries. .,'.'.-  Ye see, Tammas,' -says Hender,- -'she  w  yy  f0  Until She Asked Him;  fc"T -would, do'���anything for you!" he  cried passionately.    >   ... ,.,  lj��$"llQally''   ^lie ivskc?cl  Try me!" he urged.  "Would you'-work .for rne?" she demanded, j;  Slowly ho rose from .his knees. There  are some sacrifices too great for n foreign nobleman to iiiiike eyeu.tp gc.f an  heiress-^-Oliicugo Post.  > aft*.  SOMETHING MORE THAN A PURGATIVE.���To purge is tho only effect of  many pills now on tho market. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills aro moro than a purgative. They strengthen tho stomach,  where other pills only woakeu ifc. Thoy  cleanse- the blood.by regulating the liver  and kidnoys, and they stimulate where  other pill compounds depress. Nothing  of an injurious nature, used for merely  purgative powers, enters into their composition.  says they're mine.'  " 'Ay,' I says, -but ye cauna pretend  they're yours yerscl', Hender?'  " 'Most certainly yft* can', .,Hender,'  says -Nanny'.  '��� 'Ye see that, Tain ma's,.' says Hender,  triumphant.  " 'And how do ye make out as they  are yours?' I asks him.  ������ -Tell him,' cries" Nanny, 'as ye got  them for helping- in'hlsrbu��ial.' '-.    /<���  " 'Tammas,' says Hender, 'diat's how  I got them.'  " -Maybe,' I says", 'but did I give ye  them'?'  " 'Say he was a corp,' Nanny cries.  " 'Meaning no disrespect, Tamiuas,'  savs Hender, 'yo was a covp.'  "' :Jiow_cauld .JLhave. .beeii.. a.-_carp,'.. 1-  'argues, 'when here 1 *m spending to ye?'  .".pendei* turned to,' Kanny for.tHe an-,  swe'r'to'thVr^btib" she ^showed"-hmi her  baek,so ho just said in a weak way, 'We'll  leave tho minister to sefctlo that.'  I "'��� Header, ye gowk.' I says, ye ken  I'm living; and if I'm living I'm no  dead.'  "ljr.ds, I regretted I'hndnn pvifc it plain  like that to Davit Whamand. However,  Hender hndna the clear-headedness  necessary to follow out sich reasoning,  and he replies,  .- 'No doubt,' he says, 'yo aro living  in a se'n��eT -butr-iio imai'iother  sense.'  '��� 'I wasna Hie Corp,' I cried.  " 'Weel, weel.,Tammas,! say.s he,'in a  fell dignified voice, 'wo'ueedna "quarrel  on a matter-of opinion.'  "I was just beginning to say as it was  moro.likely to bo tho waistcoat we would  fall out about, when in walks Chirsty in  the most Hurried way.  " 'Tammas Haggart,' she pants, -come  inline this instant; the minister's" waiting, for ye.'  "Which minister?" I usks.  '��� 'Nono other,' sho says, looking  proudly at Nancy, 'than the Auld   l.icht  minister.' ',..,..  "Lads, L shook in my boots afc that,  anil 1 saj'K, 'I wimm come till I've got  mv'but and   my waistcoat.'    .  " 'What,' screaina.Chirsty, 'ye daur to  keep the minister waiting!' and; she  shoved mo clean outpbf the house."     .  What tho minister said to Haggart is  hot known, for Tammas never divulged  the conversation. -Those , who remained  on the watcti said .that.ftbo imntstor  looked ve'ry stern when walking back to  tho manse, and that Chirsty found her  husband tractable for Uio rest of the-  evening. The most we over gob out oi  Tammas on tho subject: was that though-  hn had met many tsrriiylng folk in h��  wanderings, they were a herd of sheep,  eoinpared to the minister. Ho had.some-  t'iriics to bo enticed o��Vof, the reverie into  which,thought of; the minister plunged,  "So ifc was next day ho dandered ' up  td tho grave?" wo : would say craftily,  though well awaro that he did not leaya  thoJionso fill Monday. ' v  "Na, na, not on the Sabbath day.  Wlien 1 wakened iu tho morning I admit  I wiiK terribly anxiovis to,see the grave,  as was natural, but thocht of the mlnis-  ,er- cowed mo. I would have ventured as  far as the grave if I had been able to  perluade mysel' I wnsnaBoiug for pita-  sure, but pleasure it was, lads. Ay, there  was no denying that.' j  "Chii-sty was afc thc kirk?        I ,  "'riho was so, and in her widows  crapes. I watched her frae the ^mlo^.  Av, its no everybody as   has watched his  ���^N.lS'lt had been   an   impros-iTO  spoctaclo. How would ye say she looked,  Tammas?"  "Sho looked proud, Robbie."  "She would; but what would' ye say  sho was proud of?"  '/ "Ah, Kobbie, thero you beat mo. But  I can tell ve what she was proud of on  the Mondav."  "What?"      '  "Before ' porridge-time no less than  seven women, namely, three frae Tilly-  lo.--s, twa frae tlie Tenements, and twa  frae the Roods,' chaps at the door and  invites her to a dish oi tea. That's .what  she was proud ot, and I would like to  hear of ony other woman in this town,  single or married or a widow, as has had  seven invitations to her tea in one day."  "The thing's unparalleled; but of  course it was to hear about you that they  speircd her?"  ,"Oh, of course, and also to got out of  her what the minister said to me. Ay,  but can ony of ye tell= me what's the  iriemorablisc thing about 'these invitations?"  "I dinna say lean, but it's something  about the grave."  '   ."It's this, Snecky, that before   Chirsty  hail made up her mind   whether to   risk  seven teas iu one   day,    I   had become a  humorist,'for life.'"  , "Man, man/oh, losh!" '        n  "Ay, and it's' perlectly appalling to  consider as she was so excited about,her  invitations that when 1 came down faro  the cemetery she never looked me in the  face,-and I had to'say to her, 'Chirsty  Todd, do ye no see as something has  come ower me?' At that she says, 'I  notice you're making queer .faces, but I  dinna ken what they mean.' 'They mean,  .Chirsty Todd,' says I, 'as I am now a  humorist,' to which sho replies, 'Pick tip  that dish-clout.' "  "Keep us all! lint oh, man, a woman's  mind docs m* easily rise to tho sublime."  ' "It doesna, Pete,    and   I'll tell'ye the  reason; it's because of women,   that is to  say, richfc-minded women, all having sich  an adoration for ministers." '  ^ "I dinna contradict ye,   Tammas,   but  surely that's fearsome statement.  Is,-min-  isters not nearer the Bubliine   than other  "folk?" ..  "They are, they are, and that's just ifc.  Ministers,, ye may say, is'.always half  road up tho sublime. Weel, what's the0  result? Women raises their eon to gaze  upon the sulbime, when they catch siehfc  of the minister, and carina - look ony  higher."  ..."Sal, Tammas, you've   solved it,!   But  I warrant ye couldna have said ��� that till  ye'became a humorist?"  ���   "Nci more than you could have   said ifc  ycrsel', Robbie."  '"Na, 1 dinna protend I could have said  it, and even "though I was to gang hame  now and say it in your very words, it  wouldna have the same show as when  you say ic."������-','   -  "It would not, for ye would just blurt  ifc out, but them as watches.me saying a  humorous thing notices the mental struggle before tho word comes , up. Ay, the  mental, struggle's like the servant in  grand houses as puts his head in at the  door and .cries, 'Leddies aud gentlemen,  take vour seats, for the dinner is all but  ready".' " '  Early on Monday' morning Haggart,  the' non-humorist,' woke, , for the last  time.' The clay was moderately fine, but  gave no indication that anything remarkable was'about to happen. Lookaboutyou,  it is true, says that he noticed a, queer  stillness in the air,,.and, Snecky Hobarfc  spoke of an unusually restless night. It  is'believed by some that the cocks of  Tillyloss did not crow that morning.  Bud ' none of' these phenomena were  noticed until it became natural to search  the memory for them, and Haggart himself always said that it was a common  day. The face, I suppose, is that an uncommon day was nofe needed, for'here  was Haggart and there was. the cemetery.':  Nature never wastes her materials.  Haggart Was elated no' doubt, but so  would any man have been in tho circumstances. For the last thus Haggart,  the non-humorist, put off cleaning his  boots for another day. For the last time  he conibed his hair without studying the  effect in the piece of glass that was glued  .to the wall. Never again would the Haggart who briskly descended his outside  .stairvtj^ecting to shut the door, enter  that i"|gn, in which Chirsty was already  ua&ai'g bannocks. It. was a new Haggart  '.Who .would return presently, Haggart of  Haggart's Roady, Haggart of Thrums, in  short. Haggart the humorist. -  * Tho last person to speak to Haggart,  the mon-humorist, was James Spens, the  last to see him was Sanders Landels.  .lamie'met him at the foot of Tillyloss,  .and Sanders passed him on the burying-  ground brae. Both were ordinary persons, and they never distinguished themselves again.  It was not his grave that made Haggart. a, humorist, but the gravestone. Two  years earlier he had erected a tombstone,  to the memory of his relatives, but it had  never struck him that he would some  day be able to read his own fate on it.  The grave is to tho right of tho entrance  to the cemetery, and almost exactly  under the favorite seat known as the  Bower,'and being at the bend of the path  It comes suddenly into view. Haggart  walked eagerly along the path, an ordin-  upon the whole; then all at  He looked : . . . He looked  This is what he read:���  ary man  once.  again.  This Stone was Erected by  .Thomas Haggart  To the Memory of Peter Haggart,  Father of the said Thomas.  Who departed this Life, Jan. 7, 1825.  '   Also here lie Jean Linn   or Hagg&ri,  Mother of the said Thomaa,  Died 1828. '  Also Jp��d Haggart,,  Slater of the said Thomas,  '        ,   DletilSSO. ..-''     : '  ;     Also Andrew Haggart,  ���������-'-���   Brother of tho said Thomas, .   ;  .     ..- .Died 1831.    ' ., ���    ���  . Also the said Thomas Himself,  Died 1S3-1.  .Haggart sat down on the grave. In  Thrums common folk wero doing common things���weaving, feeding the hens,  supping porridge, carting peatn.  ��� Haggart sab on the grave. In Thrums  they were thinking of their webs, of their  dinner, of well-scrubbed floors, of their  love affairs. .      '  But Haggart.safc on the grave, and a  pot began to boil. Ho had told us what  happened, Down in his inside something  was roaring, aud every moment the noise  increased. '"He breathed with difficulty.  Ho was as a barrel swelling but held in  by 'hoops' of iron. Ho rose to his foot, for  his tongue was hot and thero was a hiss-  i���.r in his throat, and tbo iron hoops  pressed moro and more tlfhtly. Suddenly  tho hissing ceased, and ho stood as still  as salt. Tho roaring far down died away.  All ab onco ho was tilted to the side, the  hoops burst, and ho began to laugh. The  pot was boiling. Haggart was a humorist..  " \9 soon as ho realized what   had   hap  pened Haggart returned to Tillyloss. The  ilrst to see him was Tibbie Robbie, the  first to speak to him was William Lamb,  the first to notice the change was Snecky  Hobart.  I only undertook to tell how Haggart  became a humorist, and here therefore  my story ends. I have shown how a lamp  was lit in ,Thrums, but not how it burned. Perhaps if I followed Haggart to his  end, as I should like to do, to the tinfe  when the lamp flickered and a room in  the Tenement grew dark, some who have  smiled at an old man's tale would leave  a tear behind them to a weaver's memory.  "Na," Haggart often said, "we winrja  touch the gravestone. It'll come in. handy  some day."  His. humor, appetizing from the first,  ripened with the years. For a time this  was his comment on the tombstone:���  '' Lads, lads, what a do we're preparing  for posterity."  Later in his life he said,  "It's almost cruel to cheat future generations in this way."  His hair was white before he said,  "I dinna ken but what I should do the  honest thing, and have the date rubbed  out."  ���'  Aiml when   there was a squeal   in   hla  vcice, he could add,  "No that it much matters." ''   ;.  '   ���   " THE END.   '  THE TURF  RECORD.  Glud Shc> SU1I Alive.  "Is 'it true that Mrs. Drugger reads  such exhaustive club papersV" ���  "KxhaustiveV Of course nobody ever  says anything, but when she gets  through every woman in the' club  breathes ns if,sho hnd crawled through  a   tunnel   a . mile   long."���Indianapolis  Jouruul. "   ,     Likely. '  The Keeper���Well, the only person  allowed to see the condemned man,  aside ,f'rqm the clergyman, is tbe barber.  The Funny Man���And' 1 suppose he  only gets in through a shave.���Yonkers  tlcraid.  **    '   .  TRY 'IT.���It would be a gross injustice to  confound that standard healing agent, Dr.  Thomas'-Eclkctric On,, with tho ordinary  unguents, lotions and,, salves.' They are  oftentimes inflammatory and' astringent.  The Oil is, on the contrary, eminently cooling and soothing when applied externally to  relieve pain, and powerfully remedial when  swallowed.  ���     Unther Re Rich  Yonnsr Widow.  Tess���Old Mr. De Sember is very indulgent to bis'young wife, isn't he?  Jess���Yes, and I know, it just worries May sick.  Toss-Gracious! '' Why should it If  he spends all his money on her?   .      i.  Jess���Why, she's afraid he won'1  have any tb leave her when be dies.���  Philadelphia Press.   There are oases of consumption so fac  advanced that Bickle'sAntl-Consumptlve  Syrup will not.cure, but none so bad that  it will not give relief, For, coughs, colds  and all affections ot the throat, lungs and  ohest, it is a specific which has never been  known to fail. It promotes a free and  easy expectoration, thereby removing the  phlegm, and gives the diseased parti a  ohance to heal.  Tlie Live .<|ne��llon.  Here are the facts: A0 little child  That  liyhrly draws Us breath  Will with its questions set one wild  And jiester one to death. ��  It may be some sweet little riiftld  .'    Or grubby little boy;   <   ,  You'd really think that they wert pild  Their elders to annoy.  They're often shaky,  1 suppose,  On numerals und such.  But when they're through a person knows  lie doesn't know so much.  ���Chicago Record.  MINARD'S LINIMENT for Sale EYflywiiere.  Or  Siinipie.  "What do0you call this?" demanded  tlie guest,- inspecting a morsel that lay  iu the center of bis plate.  "That's a Hamburg steak, sir," said  the waiter. , "What did you think it  was?"  "I didn't know but it might be a piece  of Hamburg edging."���Chicago Tribune.  .  Minard's Liniment Cores Burns, He.  Hnd  Him  Foal.  Stage Manager���By jove, there's a  nice tiling happening on tbe stagel  Proprietor���Eh?    What's up?  "Tbe hero and villain are doing their  duel act, nnd the latter won't die until  you signal him that he'll get bis arrears of salary at the cud of the piece."  .-Tit-Bits.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Meres Neuralgia.  Conceit All t;one.  "That boy," she said when ber bus-  baud reached home; "is just like you."  "Beon naughty again, has he?" he returned.  Long experience had taught him the  circumstances in which she noted tbe  resemblance between father and sou,  aud years ago the remark had ceased  to flatter bim.'-Cbicago Post..  MINARD'S LINIMENT CnmlaM  Jagrgraby'a Few, .  Jaggsby���I'm afraid my wife's eyesight is failing, doctor.  Doctor���I'm sorry to hear that. What  makes you think such Is the case?  Jaggsby���Well, I went home last  night about 10 o'clock, and she said,  "Good gracious. Jaggsby, this can't be  you, at this hour!"-^-Chicago News.  MnkliiK Her Mark.  "That oldest Billinger girl is pretty  sure to make her mark in the world."  "You bet she is. Look at her now  plowing her way.', through that crowd  in the refreshment- room. She uiakes a  mark every time .'she thrusts out those  fright fully sharp elbows. "���Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  A j TONIC FOR THE DEBILITATED.  -Parmelee's Vegetable Pills by acting  mildly but thoroughly on the seoretions  of the body are a valuable tonic, stimulating the lagging organs to healthful  aotion and restoring them to full vigor.  They can be taken in graduated doses  and so used that they can be discontinued  at any tiuw without return of the ailments which they were used to allay.  Canton, 2:11)1,4 pacing, by Simmons,  will be campaigned at tlie trot this'  year.  'Spalpeen, 2:12^ pacing, has' been  downing all competitors on tbe Buffalo  speedway this season.  The Air Ship, 2:11% pacing. Is being  trained at the trot and is said to show  much speed at that gait.  It is' reported from California that  the crack race horse Bauuockburn has  gone wrong and will be laid up some  time for repairs.  James A. McCormick of Eeipsic, O..  who owned a half interest in EMie  Powers, 2:09Vi pacing, lias bought the  balance of her for $4S0.  The 3-year-old Diablo ,colt in Tom  Heating's string recently; Showed a  last quarter in 34 seconds. .The mile  was worked out in 2:33.'  ' "Cash" Sloan, an elder brother of  "Tod," will accompany the latter on  his return to England and expects to  i;ide on the English turf this season.  D. W. Northrop, Grand Rapids, has  a brother to Amos "It, pacer, 2:0i)1,l>.  ,w!io is credited with a half in 1 :().'!',<:  and a mile iu 2:12',o as a' 4-yenr-oId  hist year.  .V.f.'d Cwynre V-mderbilt has Kfi:!e'l  *''.r I-.m-'ip..- to j.'iiii h{��j l<>nu��'r iiavclinj  i.,::-.;; !i:''.'.n-:, v. hum In?')'1!! v.phen bi-i te.ir  ,[ tl.e wi'lil \\\!-> inlr-rrrptcd by Ins'fa  tlicr's rii'jijh. ifc d'ie^ not inti-nd'to ic-  u: ,e ti.e tour, but lie v,nl -.tiiv ah:"ml  .������hurt 'i.; month's. lie experts to j,m to  <"n:ii) fimi to do Boiiif traveling in the  Holy  Lai.d.  UuTHQrANA  "  BKLIANCH!   CIGAR  } UoWAHA,      F A.UTOK V, Montreal  True uoljility is In the mind, not In  the (ie.--h. I wish to leave after me  when' I die my memory and good  works.���King Alfred the Great.    ,  The Universily of El Aybar, in Cairo,  is the oldest in .the world. It has ree-  *.���,!., /���^j:if/ bank 1.000 year*.  XHYTVt   PAT JTriTJ 4 T Montreal.   Fr���� Bos. Am.  Her   Rent   Friend.  He���She is n dream of loveliriesa.  Ilei   Best   Friend���Yes.  a  mince -pl��  dream.���Cleveland .Plain Dealer.  I know MINARD'S LINIMENT $111  cure Diphtheria. ���  JOHN D. BOUTILLIER.    ���  French Village.  I know MINARD'S LINIMENT will  ' c i  cure Croup.  Cape Island. J. F. Cunningham.  I know   MINARD'S LINIMENT'is  the b9sfc remedy on earth.  Norway, Me. JOSEPH A.' SNOW.  Giving It a Name.  "If our new girl really likes us as  much as she says she does, 1 don't understand   why   she   breaks- so   many  'plates."  ^"Evidently It is only a plntonie affection."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.'  ' There never was, and never will be, a universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills to  which flesh is heir���the very nature of maDy  curatives being such that were the germs of  other and differently seated diseases rooted  in the system of tho patient���what would  relieve one ill in turn would aggravate the  other. We have, however, in Quinine Wine,  when obtainable in a sound, unadulterated  state, a remedy for many and grievous ilis.  By its gradual and judicious use the frailest  systems are led into convalescence and  strength by the influence which Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives. It relieves  the drooping spirits of those with whom a  chronic state of morbid despondency and  lack of interest in 'life is a disease, and,-by  tranquilizingr'the nerves, disposes to sound  and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor tq the  action of the blood, which, being'stimulated,  courses throughout the veins, strengthening  the healthy animal functions of the system,  thereby making, activity a necessary result,  strengthening the frame, and giving life to  tho 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  the opinion of ' scientists, this wine approaches nearest perfection of any in the  market.   .All druggists sell it.  For Sale in All Parts of the  Province'.-   Write for Lists.  NARES, ROBINSON  & BUCK,  ,   WINNIPEG,   MAN.  Msimifaclurctl  l>y TJIOS. I.EK, Winnipeg.  '     ,  Tradu Mark liestistwd Xuv. -'���(, 181-ii.  One Oxydonor will serve a family. You  nre to d<j the euriiig youtv-clf. Fully'tested  in all di-seato-. O.syecn i-< lmtuic'-s greatest .  cure. Sure euro for La Grippe,Ithoumi.ii.sm,-  Catarrii, Chronic l),\.-po: r-i i, ete. Dr. P. lilm-  ir.oiis. of Syracuse. X. Y.. writes: "I wish to  give you p .rticulars of a few from many  eufces which have been etk-eted by tho Oxydonor 'Victory' in my practice." lie especially mention* cases of Pneumonia. Dowel  Trouble, Ery-ipelns, Asthrun, iiheumiuism,  Diptheria, Meascls, 'Nt-unilgia, etu, Par-  ticuhu-a can be seen at mv ollice. Subdealers  in every district wanted. fFor descriptive  booklet, and particu'ars address. Wm, T.  Giuhixs! Grain Eu-.liiinjic, Winnipeg.  SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE  IN ALL BUSINESS SUBJECTS  No midsummer holiday?.   Now is the lime tar '  prepare for a situation m the busy season.  . Full particulars on application.  G. W. ��ONAr,D, Sec.  N. B,-Wo assisted over 100 of uur sttrdeuta-to  positions during the past liye months.  Catholic Prayer ^0Vda5rS��V-  ulars, KcligiousPietuivs.;Statuary, and Church  Ornaments, Educational Works. Mail orders re-  oeive prompt a-ttentiori. J], & J, SailllBlS CO..MOIltieal  W.   K     C.   271  tnvds  sJuklwL Jb  r*���s /41S  ��"V&nj,  -/4V-;  frvt^ <ttm��^tt  /u"* *r^'c^4^f'--  &^wzs$m^^^^m^��A^gm?%3  Good Clothes are  not expensive,  it is the  common kind that costs most in the end:  must be good as every garment is guaranteed  and money will be refunded if it is not as represented.  All seams are overcast.  The Cloth is sponged and shrunk.  The Linings are good.  The Buttons match.  The inside, which you cannot see is as good as  the outside which you can see. It is sold by reliable  dealers only.    Made to. Fit ��� not made to Order.  /Forks worsted Trousers  lOrBV'S-.    Mill at13o50  ilors  !  i :**�����  : zm  l Till  , -"v,-|  -f  'VI  M  ,1  .''��1  ';i  .       '��|.  ������' <i-T  < ��1  '���' i- * - ,:f I  ," ����� .  > ,     >.i  , ti  ���>    "  i'l  i 'A: SI  K 'SI  SBEPBa  ���fTJ ��� hi-  ���\,   ���  n <  .,) i,  .' 11  ���    v I  -   .  ,  - i  7  i '  i   j .''ii  tl,     I 4.  if    "ll'  \<t-r<  ffi  ���1����������- i*����r��r-���*�����*< <r:  .blisl  '��� -Tifcii',^ ���  -���*r4*rJaste. n  Iu  to<  dl��'  If  Ol  w  re  .Sc  n:  in,'  !>'  si  li  I  li  f  f  t  1    :  I  '  i'l  ; I--  7  \iV  .J    r  51  '    ��  ,1   t'  Co  '+���;���  'U'.  X,ojjf Mines.  For forty year.-   adventurous spirits  pf   have sacrificed time, means and sorue-  =r  times life, searching for fabulous "lost  j. s; g0id   mines;"   and-   notwithstanding j  ���=  that after all this sacrifice not one  of  these mythical discoveries have been  c Ycf relocated, men still pursue thnt will of  " the wisp.    It is more fascinating than  S-4 perpetual motion, and quiJ.o as elusive.  ���������*      The stories are nothing   more  than  oldtime yarns spun long agobyroman-  otors of flie Southern  ng of East Koorem  forai District.  COCKT MOYIK.  No. ���1005.  JOdKlMI XKIUEKSTADT, JProp.  Lager beer sold  by the  Keg or dozen  bottles. <���   '  - I  ���:�����.���  7m:;  '. I 5t < 4...'i 1,1  Afle cers auc* fJreamei's-~to^"arw��nui=:^tcrr  ,       ering camp-firesi and discussed in barrooms from Yuba to the Yukon.    '  Men with leisure, means  and  incli-  Soul m<iori to pursue these phantoms  into  esen i'vo depths of   the   wilderness   would  ni0 (  butter occupy their' time and  expend  GENTLEMEN:  ____At *he re(luest of maay electors in this riding I offer' myself as a candidate to represent the riding in the next Provincial Legislature and if  elected will do all in my power to further the best interesWof the Province as  a whole, and of this riding in particular.  The platform'upon which I am seeking your suffrage is as follows:  LI am opposed to   to   tlie  present!    7. Amendments to the  Liquor  Lie-  of  Bottled Beer  in Stock.. ..  Meets on thc first niul  bird Thurhday of each  mouth.   Visiting breth  reniuvited to attend,  ?. J. SMYTH, C. R.      LEWISJ'J'IIOMSOX. F. S.  >> ���  'fi ,  j, 'i -r  t:  r i r  1 ;;���  I   1 .          ,    .-- , x ~      ,.     1-v.^wwu        ,. Jj-ruenunients to the   liiouor  ;. r,;  ,   JS-t]-g!  their resources m searching for  mines  government and in  favor  of  the  for-  ence-Aot. simplifying the  working  of  A\^7    st fil tb;lt ^ver were diccovered, or   in   de-Nation  irrespective of Federal  party   the Act and regulating thc numbed o  ,f.:-.      A     veloping prospects   that   remain  .dis-Mwes, of a  strong,  capable  Provincial  licenses - ' ��Cr 0i  ���st e; covered<    Since miners, began, to dis-   Government   which   will   regain   the      8. Increased Countv Court   .*,,iu0  this cuss the "Blue bucket diggings,"  and' confidence of the public and  give  en-  in this district  'lice.  tbe    "Lost    Cabbin"    placers,    and   couragemenl   to   the    investment  off . ���  rong "Walker's cement ledge/'hundreds of  caPital and at the same time.safeguard I A Redistribution   Bill  giving  iri-  " paying propertieshave.been discovered   fche interests of labor. J cre/lsed_ representation fo districts tha  that never were lost. The truth is 2- Z��he liberaI expenditure of money I ^ rapidIy increasing in population  ntJ that these elusive treasure ' spots are) throuShout the province on roads, . 10* No interference with the locat  )ne,  like the miner's daughter Clementine,'  bn'dSos�� trails'and other works  neces'  "        '  I'v'i'  'i i i  :i.L  iir HAtJ"  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  GO   TO   THE  Clthirii  Moyie   Miners'   Union  3STO- VI-  Mecta in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially.iuvited to attend.  D. J. Elmer, - W. R. Hocking,  Pros. Cor. Soc'y  Wholesale  ana  Ketail Butchers,  For your outfit.    The 'largest stock-in  East Kootenay.  '>-n '"{<>:', /,  ���J'l.'tf.  '"'l-.f ftff,)  A fit"-::, ���'  /^v, ttay ljju ixxxxxvx a uuugiiicr ujementinc, I ""s^i wane ana oiuer works  at c they "are lost aud gone forever." lsary.for its proper development  id ] Seavclj for   them   is   as   hopeless   as'     3-'Restrictive   legislation   to  ,1   r  )  i' '��  k.\  . ti  , !   "'I..  . ',,,14,  7 ,k A-A- ���  ��� f   * f'  ,i'L'tt ,f I-1  f   C i    iKJiiil-i;,!  ? i vj-jtUi?-'  *-   J '',>(i>i i, r��.i *  ihi  ���.'fh;,-'>,.  - .    ��� >r't'i V  ^..'-'tlt^i'f  'id ]  . eearch   for   Jules   Verne's    mythical  * ."'green ray," or the fabled fountain  of  His you th.���Spokesman-Review.'  etrc  ���the  keep  ' ' :��� iti:L"-'1 *"'  '.��� ai' ;^i!j.!" j ���  } �����-!��-?i f' i��f  J{������%,���;,' I" ,f ;  ;' i .��, 'm.i ;-; i i "-  1 j ;>:-.���:.;' ii}i  *t^��*'*iSf  Evils Of Idleness.  Man was born to work.   To be happy  ? he must have something to busy hjm-  e ni Belf with.    The mind, as- well   as-   the  ���;Jh at body, must be occupied with  labor  or  ly fi l)roblems   of   some   nature. , Unhap-  ekh Pitiess'' discontent and unhealthy con-  ditions all come .from  idleness.    And  A ' alLhuman beings are alike 'suscepible  psep to those evils.      '  A splendid illustration  of "this  fact,  out undesirable alien, labor and the  advocaey of' every constitutional  means to effect this purpose.   '  4. Government aid  to  railways  in    -^��. lyrce   m eypiit of  the Province where needed  for devel-  Putes between capital and lirjbor  opment purposes ���    ,     ''12, Every constitutional means   to  o. Amendments to fche Mineral Act.   be employed to   prevent   the  employ  ion of present  Government  buildings  until the district is further developed  aud a change warranted by the   neces  feilies of public business  11. Necessary', steps to be  taken   to I  ���  put the labor Conciliation, and  Arbi-  S. J. WHITCOMT,  trauon Act in force  in Byent of-'diB-"   " ^^-AUUJllJJ  ---������������ '        ' House    painter,     grainor,  REID & CO.,  r ,  Cranbrook, B, C,  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in thc Moyie school  house on thc first Monday  evening of each month at  S o'clock sharp.  J. C. Drewry, Pros.  l.T. Farrell, a. T. CLARk,  "Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  ''cy  J. R. COSTIGAN, a. C.  oifice;   BRnk of Commerco Bldg,  ���yor.  '31' ii  3ntl  0. While supporting the Eighth  hour law, I would favor any modifications or amendments that would have  a tendency to lessen the friction between capital and labor .without impairing the'principle involved.  ment of Mongolian labor on subsidized  works iifi the Province.-  It is my intention to meet the  electors of the district prior to tho  day of election and more fully explain'  my views.     < ' ���  glazier and paperhaugcr  All work, on perfect surface gurauleed. Price* according to quality and  stock required   t    '  CRANBROOK,  B.C.  Moyie, B. C.  ������'���'{- ���* (I   ?> t  ,'.V' ��i'!'  t'tf'-'itf!".!  , ;s -I1' -il  --' 'J ir<*-  '. i'i>  . ,i i -a-  ,:\ '. ��IfU  il!/1  ".1. c  m  i >1it!  A  m  *".|  fi;'?.  ���fy3  I      /    i.!f    i  '..li-.-ll '���  isfuunrl in the recent.farewell address  of Hon.*E. G.  Coffin,  last  warden  of  the Ohio penitentiary.    He said:  nm     "It will be clearly seen that although  Mr these financial results have Ibeen  hap-  rilli? pily achieved, they have   not  been  at  i tii the expense of the  prisoner's welfare,  ie L ^8 hav<^ ref^aceti the number  of  idle  houses from six to one, and  that con-  "���10i tftinos, on an average,- leas  than  fifty  4-e��t' BdQ} all iafltra of Convalescing from  illness,   it {might now appropriately  En ^9 called a "rest-house," where men  ,_',ew -trhoes vitality has been ��� impaired   by  feickneea can recuperate,  p(     "When I. aasumed the wardenship T  f!-j'.-.:rre r ;eeei;fed hundreds of  applications *for  rfr!"'?t tb ^ork from the   enforced   idlers,   who  i       looked upon their condition as' one . of  i; x.i ^Iow tofttire,    dne of thehi said :  >ill  ^   "-t know how many nails  there  are  reec -~ the floor within reach  of   my   eye,  |ind the number df beams; also.   I am  It iamiliar with  the   stained   spots,  the  u-er bplintered furrows, the  scratches  and  jou ihs lineven  surfaces   of   the   planks.  noi '^tse floor is a well known map tb me   hie map of monotony���and I con its  11 queer geography all day and at night  !UP1 in dreary dreams. I khow thc splot-  .Qg�� dies 6h tlie. whitewashed walls ae well  ���v ie as 1 know the warts and moles on the  ' hopleas face opposite me.. My mind  is a mi!! that   grinds   ndthicg.    Give!  Fernie, April 16,1900  WILLIAM EERNIE.  n  COM/TO YKNG  LAUNDRY.  Good  washing:   Kb  chemicals   used.  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyie hotel.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission JjAnd  Insurance Agent.  Moyie, c      b, O.  iAn supply you vhtk  ih-  f r > -  i  '"A  t'-z  Stoves^ Tmware, Furniture, Mattresses, Bet  dins-, Carpets, Curtains, Etc., at lower, prices  than can be had by sending to eastern cities.  WEtTB POB  QTOIiTIOTS.        '    MiIl 0HDERS Fnmm.  aii��kded  <k''  \>7  MANAGEB. GILPIN'S BIG   GENBBAL   SIOEE,   CBANBHdoE,   B.   C.  MOYIK, 11. C,  Seating capacity 150. Special attention given theatrical companies. For  rates ancl particulars apply to  O. T, McGregor,  OHAS? P< OAMPEELL,  Undoxtaking and embalming  a specialty. Graduate of tbe  champion, v. col lege of, the  United States. "lam preparing to do all in this lino of  business. Successor to Magge  & Hughes. Telegraph and  mail orders properly attended  to.    Main office  B. 0.  W. F. GUKD,  UAHRISTEU.'SOUCITOU, KTC.  CRANBROOK,     .    ' " B. C.  McVittie & Hutchison,  <.   Fire and Lifo assurance. Mia..  Brokers, Land Surveyers and  Conveyancers,  and  Notaries ' '  ;    Public/  Leare Ordera at toador  Olfloo, r*OyiEf  "^'-SHOPS'   AT  ^    .        Fort Steel,��  Cranbrook Moyie Ward^'i  fa  EASK,  MERCHANT TAILOR :  CRANBROOK.  Repairing Neatly .-and Prorntitly ��T  ecutcd. Special Attention Give-  to Mail Orders.  '  !  Suits   Made   to Order,  HRVG  ANC-STATIONKHYSXOJiE.-  Pfltent medicines,  toilet  articles, office stationery  -  andjscbool  supplies. . . .'    ���  LtdrWNo LmnArtV.: If, you want a book'  ask for it audit will be  nrocured fo-  you without delay!    ���  "it i'avs to heal with  HOPE & BEATTIE,  Chemists and Druggists,  AT a H. MINER'S  Cranbrook,  o-  ,, ��'-.1I  .1    \fj.y  ���      me work-work for hand and mind, or  the ��r my heart WiU *��0Ce ita last si)ark of  the i10P<3 a"'d my braiDi,fcs Iast remnant of  *��Sf..,  ,-   ,;'.' I power out of thp   17,600'  horse  1.    . *ut now, and for a  long   time,  all   supposed to be m t'he rive  ^EU tnis  has   been   changed:   Even    th   '    r���" ---" "; '' ''; ���'     '  tX(,r man in the idle-house contribute come- j 000 electric power p  goc  -----���-.  me  To Ildmefis Post Falls.  Spokane, May 22��� About four days  ago R. E. Neil, the local mining man,  practically purchased the water power  at Post Palls owned by W. S. Norman,  Daniel Drumheller and other residents'  of this city.  Mr. Neil is the promoter of an enterprise that may make Post Falls a  thriving town in the near futiire. The  water power included in these negotiations comprises all   but   1500   horse  '"'���  jb'o'wer  ASSAYS!*,,  TEA  ---t-x���w... ��� ut, xix uju river.  ..The proposition is to  erect  a ,^500,  )00 electric power plant at Post   Falls'  An A.me Labor teador.  .Ralph _ Smithy    accompanied     'by  William   Woodman  and J.  H   Faw  thornewhaite   of    Nana.mo    reached  Nelson last night, coming  via Revel-  | stoke.   Mr. Smith is one of  tlie  best  known members of thc last legislature,  and one of the members who   had   the  respect of his   opponents.    Ho  Vepre- J  -+-��-*-  CEYLON  Flavour is Deliciou'a. Absoiutcly Pure.  CUT illd HAD FROM  NELSON^  ...  bu labor. Work.and wealth are pa-^  Br '^d1 _ child. Work is a wonderful  mi medicine, and it is net patec'tcd *>,;'  do anybody. It CUrcs thc blues and con'  .Hr quers ti me and trouble. While it may  thi be thai contract labor in any form is  not the best system of prison labor, it  is better than idleness. It is also bet-  to ber than a mere pottering and tinker-  to lnff that canot be styled labor. If I  la had my way, every: prisoner should  te enjoy-the-net" product   of   his   labor  .    ..... ^u   4jUiu.l.jj->xui uu j.mies,  or as far as the town of B'urk; Idaho  By'thfo plan some of the largest'  mines in tlie Cc'eur d'^Icncs v-ilT be  operated by electricity,.  This is probably th'e   largest   enter-  leader in the Dominion, it ia not  l^ely that he would be 0Fp03ed in  Nsnaimooity, or, if he has opposition,  that it will amount to much.  Ralph Smith is bitterly opposed to  the reelection of Joseph Martin, b-  .icvmg him an enem'y to labor and to  labor organizations.  moyie; B. 6'.  tori Steele Mercantile  COMPANY, aT.MiTED.J  You  will And a full stock ol  General     Hardware  AND QSSERAL SUPPLIES,  Just received0a carload of Window  and Doors.  ( The doorc nre'  cedar and best grade.  A Call Solicited.  TIK8HOI> itf CfoNNJGOTION.  0..  -���_     .      -     -.�� "  One of tlie most important  arrierd  mento to the railway act proposed 'id  r " i'"l"riJW'0' "-v .largest , enter-1    r' -^lair's bill  is   the   clau'qp   <,u,;���  prise   over   undertaken   by   Spoffano   tho railway committee   o    <l g  interested m the  proposition  lt��" ��,,��. Il10n of etatlons ���� always subject   to  interested in thc  proposition  Us" sue  cess is assured  The editor may read the proof of  a  newspaper four   times   and   pass   repeatedly over the same  rnistake  witlv-  out; seeing   it.    AlL  newspaper ; men  �����'    ���-,,'.     -."---   -  ���"��   r*uui, j will do so.    But just  as soon  aq   tho  n after deducting the necessary e^^sc  "ress i�� Blu-Ad^d fhP A^      ��� Zi  ar for keenm? him " c..p.nsc , .  ^ - s���}~u ^u the paper printed  keepmghim. ������,-,���   |.m us; complete   shape,   there   stands  i^WAt*  AND SOO-PACIFIC LINE.  SAST aM. WETS  To all points.    Gives  the  only  direct  service from tho  KOOTENAY     COUNTRY  We tiny conpieie Jincs oi  BKoel/feooeries  &nd Liquors." . .  Oiric'iai WP;Ibli Repairer fc'r  6. T. T-  Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.  Ckanjirook, B. C.  Domimon'authority  or subsidized   in  money or land by tho  Dominion   par-  lament.    Tins is a   provision   shown | ��� (  ~v tuning, xour-  by experience-to.be necessary- in   the   St'^?^ ^dicioc  Hat.,daily 9?o,  lays  foi  Through   first   r.lass  slGeper   d ..  to and from Kootenay Landing  Tour.  1st carp nica   i\/r^ri,������.-./.   ^        P'.^-"^  public.jutere^t.' it- doda witl,V,Ws,l ^  Bo-i'n"^ ^"'^  tor M��^  to the atteni, nn r.f *k���   -AJ J'- ��.r0IJght  Mf  iri' A ���Fftst Bi93;cle Kidor ' .  .  0j Will often receive painful cuts  a sprains or. bruises from acciden ts'  Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, will kill the  pain and heal the- injury. It's the  a cyclist's friend.' Cures Chafing, Chap-'  p Ped Hands. Sore Lips, Burns, Ulcers  s  and Piles.    Cure guranteed. Only 25c  b Try it.   Sold by   Hope &Beattieririi��r-'  I  gists '.��� fa  Why fle Did It,  ..you;;wag your  beard  ao  ftdred   the , irhpolit^  "Because  T  c]:ews^;  that1 error, put in- frdnt of you; so big  that you can see nothing else. It is a  strange fact. And this is the. reason  .that it is so easy t/j edit a papei after  it is .printed, and especially by a great  many of its readers.-���Ex.        '  to the attention of UiT BoYri^"^'1  the case of ttf*.f0~�� $ .v^D10n  b^  Th!^^~Alofcandt^b^��&  The lot faces  two  streets.    The mai,  street of the town and TaviatockltSe  ^^  ^^.mdiierg.or   rZ;a  Thomson, Moyie. ..  Toronto.  EAST.   ' '  12:0Ilve  Daily train.  WEST  ���;.lve.I0;02  - A KbGJ) cio.ai 3J?ain.  Your best feelings, youlr sosial - position or business success depends   lar^  newspaper,, 8ays  an   exchange     T^  chances are (hat he is crooke/and t  ,      ���  , ,   j.jK-  ^lymak!n^.Paction play forear&  ely on the:Perfect action oi your Stom-   ^ ^^ ber?P��'^ in   cold   t4"  acj and Liver.    Dr. King's  New  Life f ^ A    '^ ^ S��0d   -tending   af  h}lB give increased strength,   a icon,:   ^ haVe a ^ood ���*  hr. the L^"  ^-t....... ,.... ,'orf^_/-ltlie   P^er .that   makcc '  - moyie"  ^Pan ,ye on ihe man who cusses | ^^^ ���� f^^gS  PATKONKE  ^HITE LABOR  ;"y Sending Your Work To tho  7 ;^  OOODWOKK.^       PHXOKS KEASO^BTjK  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R. A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEXT hook TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  en  e  Of  Ih'h  THBOUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CHECKED TO  DESTINATION.  Cheap Rates to ihe Old Cowitry  A^7 for Raho,, Ma^.Timc Card*, Ticket, ,ind  ^^���i^atioato^cai'o^Loir  .- '!'L'M' Waiisfield,'Aoert, Woy^:  -.f:andkrso^'.    ..fej.c^--.  ^" G' P- A., Vaucover  T. J?."A.>Te]S0S  Christmas   is comlhg.    Get  your pictures  taken* To-send  V'lc��-   Saturday.     Ela<3h,,Vhf  Wo lime to delay.  Orattbrooit,'  ,v a y^otiztiiikii:  rtoyic,     Port fjcolt,;  ..'      MlNEto; ACT'   1890. ; '.  '������'_-.,.. ;' -(Form f.) .:  Certificate o^ Impro^mexts.  '������' '!   NoricM.'   ���.  Viet' 'S0lbk- Jam��i'��oii- Trade, dollar.-J.��te  F Son r m��re' ;UU"C ->rflctIoi,;..Sf.. JrJ.n  r,S    prG��"Crnl -Bu,,e.-' "'"���Hon -A���d  Hell-  O'O-for, Stoole ..-Mlnluff    L'fvJ.io n    of ' Kn-t  Koolorinj: District..    . '  JVhoro located:_Or, the Em side of Moyie  to apply to.tl.e M;iiiIrrK, Record'sE for ft"0-��rtlil-  ^i^ "1J,I:^'c?"orits forMlo pucpoac of oblidn-  S i^/^m."St^��'*.on',.��<a'Ced Ireforu Urol.-  Htm.rco of flUoJl Ocrtt/lcirtc oflmprovonini.t.,.  I f^tluV m day of irobruSry, A. D. 1.KW.  SUBSOKIPE   Foi  THE LEAD*?  i��i3ei  r4��*  A��^EN  '^  MtXt-  ftiXi  ^miHr^si^   **igsBf$$fflffiSlRBXm  il  M

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