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 S^fcvi  Htns3S$  v.i  �� <3Z*&2  '.OL-3,NO..30.  .MOYIE, B. 0M NOVEMBER 10,1900c  * Untfeiswear  *  f Mackinaw Coats,  bj  P>2    \ -   Y ??-A-^r-  .MHO 001PIM0  ft  -{���-&<���.-  Kesulted in the Theft  of .-Thousands.  jSxainine our atock  men's  ���underwear  a  tl  ti,  oil  coats  ti  ti  If  n  top  shirtat  tl  u  '<  t<   -  fall  suits  ERY GOODS  See  our large  assortment of blankets  ��  ��    .   it  " ladies| underwear  ' '!  ti       it  "     "        wrappers  u  H               II  "     "    dress goods  <<  <(���       It  ,"             of carpets  GROCERIES,, boots and shoes,  fa  ���is?  ���JJEID,  CAMPBELLS; CQ:  ���^  .��� ^���>k'>^,>^-^?^G?>S!!r-5S?:^"^:^*^?^  p  CANADIAN  BANK   OF * COMMERCE.  Paid TJp Capital, $6,000,000,  PBROOK'BRANCH. . ',      ��� j."w..H. SITO, MGR  fte  $. A.'Mackenzie, Pronrietor. "' \  Hotel1 for the  masses. ,.; Everything First  in every   respect,��. Sample looms for-  Commercial Men.  JIOYIE,  British Columbia.  ft  ��  ft  .ft  with house for commercial men.  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Commenciel and Mining  Men.        M  QT'BKK AVENUE,   , ��� -- ,        ��� ��� MOYIE, B. C  We ,��o]I eu.its to men that will wear,  '���'ft soil boots and ehoea for men ftt  ��������i  ������enh h ,  ior  men,  nirtde  of  H  Wc sell   hate   and cap;  "':1 tvloxft, correct styles.  "���el'   hoac   for   boy-  Altering wool.  U|1 -,:! boota and shoes for boys and  ������" '"'"'quailed for prico   in tho  city.  We  ;,..'       '  We call ready made skirts for  ladies  made from New York styles.  jfnec panla   for  bnyn   (hat  "10;  ��Vi.v>l.  We   sell   hosiery   for   ladies  spliced heels and (oes.  with  Ring Formed by the Conductors and  Agents ' of the Canadian Pacific  Steal Nearly a Miiiion Dollars.  . Vancouver, B. O.-^Through the  well organized work of the Secret Ber-,  vice department of the Canadian Pa-"'  cific railway, assisted by the < Pinker'-  tona of Chicago, during the past six  months, an organized association has  been discovered including in its membership railway conductors, ticket  agents, hotel runners, baggagemen  and others, both in and out of the  company's employ, whose operation in  the Kootenay district alone have involved a Ioes to-the road of between  half a million,and a million dollars.  It is only within the past week that  .Secret Service Agent Burne and his  first assistant, H. A. Jan son,' have regarded flieir case 'as complete, and  yesterday a preliminary secret investigation, or, rather, courtmartial of interested employees, opened at Nelson'.-  ft is with regard to the lines in the  Kootenay ininin^canips that tlie evidence 13 perfected and wholesale dismissals will follow, prosecutions for  conspiracy also being decided upon iu  all,, cases  where  convictions   can be  i t  made'to stick.  ���   The organizer of the .system which  involves the repeated re-use of the regulation   tiekets   and   of  an elaborate  system of hat checks so punched'as to  carry   the   special    passenger   along  without interference anywhere  within  ihe-free-masonry of the  ring,  is supposed'to have been  Conductor Woods  of Rossland, who  has' been  with   the  company since the construction* of the  road, and who, with   Conductor  Cbes--  ley is held for punishment with Agents  JRidpath and Clemen is.   There are believed to be several  hundred   involved  in the ring and developments promise  to be of ahighly sensational character..  The present upheaval is a  seciuel to  the''flasfi in'the pan,".-which" almost  resulted in a   trainmen's   strike' two  mouths or less ago,  when   the, special  service   men   suddenly   took' up the"  conductor's   work   on   trains   on the  mam'line in a endeavor to. patch them  napping.  To ascertain whether the conspiracy charged can be fastened upon individuals is the reason for inquiry,  while ihe dismissal of one of the accused during the week just past is an  indication of a general chan__e of the  staff that ia to come. This nian  threatened to shoot one of the Secret  Service agents, commonly known as  ���'spotters," who had been instrumental  in the discovery of the railroaders'  scheme.  .Everyone knows how the Kootenay  and Boundary Creek mining country  has been building up during the past  few years. So fast have mines been  discovered, and such has been the rush  of prospectors, mining men and merchants into the country that cities  have been springing up e*v*erwhere.  The railroad  development could not  ���vith Bossland in the Kootenay camp,  and,hence the great chance for the  i ail way men to carry, on thp profitable  business ihey have traneaefced.  The actions of four railway men are  the immediate subjects of inquiry.  Two are conductors and two are agents  ,pf tfie company. The trains'running  between l^ossland and Greenwood are  only two,-one going each way every'  day but Sunday,' and the conductors  of these are selected as defendants . in  the investigation,  A large number of tickets had  been  orjjipally   purchase'-!' from, the  company and money paid therefor  or the  scheme could never have been worked.  These tickets  were   resold,   the .conductor going each way .taking up thia  ticket and giving out a hat check with  which all travelers  are  familiar.    <��he  tickets were taken up by  the conductors going either way and  returned to  private agents in the centers  of "population to bs'resold   again   and  again.  The  selling, agents' referred  to "were  chiefly hotel runners in    such   places  as .Greenwood and Rossland,' who  became well acquainted ' with men traveling in that country.     They  are  always in a, rush  aud -,-w-ould ��� be-'-apv  proached.   with'   the',.suggestion  .that  tickets   could   be. purchased "at much  Jess through them than  the  ordinary  tariff.'   Most of this'profitable business  was 'transacted in barrooms and  even  in worse places and it is' through  this  fact that the undoing of  the  authors  and   principals   or 'the   scheme was  brought about.    '   A ' '    "A*    "  ��  After the .man. had- bought his  crookod ticket he would be given a  note to the conductor or would' be introduced to him.. He yjould go aboard  the train, and the conductor in-col-  lecting fares would take up the ticket  in the . ordinary way,-and hand the  traveler a hat checS, -'signifying the,  point of destination.' " This check  would be punched three times in a  straight line, signifying "he's all right"  ea'ch'punch meaningpneword.,.^;As.^a,.  further tip,to any of the conspirators  in the business that the holder-.of the;  check had got his ticket from one oi  the' gang,   the   words- *o*ere .written,  ���''show this man the scenery.'"     -   The holder of this hat check .would  be passed ou'from hand-to- hand with  credentials indicatjng to the trained  eye that he had bought iris ticket from  the traiomeps' syndica te. _. . The. de.-  teetive department has tlir&ugh-'.ifcs  Hgents succeeded now in obtaining  copies of the ."special syndicate"'tickets and checks that have been purchased or given in' this m'ahVer. ��},';-1'.?  By talking too freely, being too'  greedy or pernaps growing earless, the  whole scheme has been exposed. Men  who were working for $65 a month  were spending that much .possibly in  anight. They had become more than  careless as money was -flowing in   too  wero suspected of handling the syndicate tickets would not do any outside  business whatever.  The secret service system changed,  A man was sent in who obtained a job  in Greenwood as a bartender. Another  got a position as a driver a-f a hotel  bus., Still another worked in a store.  All after a time beca'me' intimate, with-  some of the conductors. At the ILoW-  land end fTye men.-.w"'ere sejii in-and re  '  o  raained, making freqbentfnpa out. to j of ��� October was   3,007 'tons, not only  We sell hosiery fo girla in  all sizes,  Wo. sell   the   beat   under   vest  ladies ever offered for tbo price.  for  We m:11 flannelettes, print?, art  muslins, j-rfc on teen?, Val lac or, giug-  hniiu;, f.ibi'1 liii'.m.  -''�� move  :i tov.ii.  goods  than any   two  We  py\   cash   for  goods and  them ehe.'nor than others.  buy-  fast to be got rid of in-so 'restricted a  community, and not being watched or  checked up as closely as men "on the  main line, they grew carles** evidently  thinking themselves safe.  It will be remembered that on the  western cfivisieu a^stiiko was nearly  caused about two months ago by auditors going aboard the train without  warning and demanding bell-punohes  and rc-oords from conductors, treating  them as passengers to the nest division point'and taking entire charge Of  the train.  This time the men were sent iu as  loivg as two or three months in advance. They obtained positions in  the country. Some worked in stoics  with which the suspected men dealt.  Others wore commercial travelers apparently goinc; to and fro making good  arc   hard   to t;ot in any of the trams, j ^^ Qf the;iselveSi aUliys haviug a  cigar or a llask to   offer  the  trainmen  and   having    money   lo spend in the  new it! natur.iliy oarrUH ia day coach-'  en ouK*.    Au the boundiii'y  country  is  tho mines during over 'two' months,  They acted as prospectors. Those ,afc  the-other end wore buyers of goods  when they came to Rossland, the bartenders presumably going up to obtain liquors for tlie hotel; the'clerk fo-  purchase dry goods and cbthing the-  bus driver- now and then io drum up  business for his  house.  In spite of the fact that they knew of  their own> knowledge that men had  been-purchasing these-off-color tickets  it,was several weeks before any one of  the specials could" 'directly 'secure a  sample ticket. ,' Oue of the ' special  agent?, a -hotel runner in'" ,'llossland  got out one night presumably. its a  roving prospector out on a good time  with a1 local'hotel runner. He _finalj.y  succeeded ' in " purchasing one of the  tickets-/'     '   " , '-  ' This experience of'the special agent  having   been "reported   to   the  head  officers,, it convinced . them   that   all  that was "required was more evidence.  The men in Greenwood_ acting for the  deputy  were   instructed , to associate  freely in barrooms with the runners at  that end as it" was expected they   were  getting earless from ,t4eir_?,ucc;ess.     it  was not more.thau a few days, before  they had, personally seen  ticket's  sold  by the runners to other men ' going  to,  ���Rossland,.. The   syndicate -men  were  doing a land' office ��� business,  and  all  the"  runners, in--the-Sootenays were  either in  the  combination  or  oceas;-  ionally got a^pharjce.tb'make"' a  dollar  or two by cringing ticket men or get-?  'ting' baggage _cheeked'_ through  free.  This is" the'part implicating Hie' regularly employed agents.'as'doing  direct  work.-rS."*ir'.Examiner.,        '   '  keep pace with the growth of the.  country. Roads were finished and  before tho railroad had been properly  ballasted, passengers were fighting for  seats in the cars to get from one mining discovery to another.  The passenger traflic between Rossland r.ml Greenwood has been and is  something enormous.    Even now seat.'!  The  distance   between  Rossland  and'  Greenwood is 120 miles, and thc   busi  barrooms   at   eiilicr   end   of the run.  '    ��� -"    -"JXIne "ExpJosioJi.  .���'���piarksb"urg;-W.' Va., Nov.. jB.^ast  night at midnight a terrible explosion  from firedamp 'occurred at the. coal  mines:p*f .the Southern Goal & Transport oompany at ��� Berryyills, Barbour  county, 'West' Virginia, The mine  employed almost 2Q0 men. , The explosion came without..warning. . Res-  .puers-surroun'ded .the mouth ol ' the  mouth of the shaft but were prevented  from entering"on account of the , fire  damp. It 13 not known how many  men were at workat the time, owinsr  'to the"fact that Berryviije is 50 miles  from here and practically without  communication. The force of the explosion was so great'* that two men  were found'60 feet from the mouth of  the mine. The sight v/as a most horrible one. Strewn along the main  channel about the opening were the  arms, legs, bauds and other portions  of the bodies of dead miners. The  miners insist that Jhe explosion was  caused b3T firedamp,  Mules were killed at the mouth of  tho mine and cars wero blowo. iQ feot  from the track, One man was blown  in two at the loins and big body  thrown against a pile of lumber at  the mouth of. the mine, The ' dead  were mutilated br-yond recognition,  and the scene was calculated to make  tho strongest heart fail. The explosion was probably the result of an accidental discharge of dynamilj caused  perhaps by con curs ion of a blabt.  The property loss is light. Operation;- will be re^umsd Mon-iy.  As the work ol r-jiiiuvhuj the dead  goes on thin~s looks worse.    Fov.r imn  beating all previous' records, but ahpf  far exceeding the output for .the month^  of any silver-lead mine in the Coeur1  d'Alenes. This puts the St, Eugene-'  Consolidated in the very front rank of-'  silver-lead prodiicere,;, -r,  Last week .Mr.   Drewry  also  visited  the',Sunsct and Whitewater,  and   the1  prpperty is looking better   than   ever,'  Thc ore shute"has   widened   to   three-'  feet of very high  grade   galenal  , Mx'',  Drewry had a large number of samples-,  taken and assays made which'gave re--  suits varying fromyi91  ounces   up ' to*,  3,00S   ounces   of   silver   to   the   ton,"  Over two carloadb of   thus ore has  already been sacked aud the company i^"  only awaiting sufficient snow to- begin' .{  shipments to the smelfei-. '    ' '-  l  '    <...-������      , -   .      ��� ',    ��� _  Mr. Drewry accompanied by Mr. W, , "  H. Jeffry, the compauy.'s   mining   en--  gineer, made a second examinatiou'^of  the True Blue group of copper  prun'-'  er.ties near Kalso,   sind  oc  Thursday"   ���  last closed a cleal for the entire'.group;'  consisting of the'-True 'Blue,' Peacock'  and Copper Queen.    Mr; Drewry goes"  from "Toronto  to" Montreal,- to   meet'.  the     directors   , of    -the     Canadian'  Gold .Fields .syndicate,   and   arrange1'  plans for carrying on "active  develop-'  me'nt on the True Blue group all   v/!r>  ter,     These    properties,   were   under"  bond to thecal! Mines  company for'  $65,000, they having spent a very large'  sum in development work before they*  relincpaished the bond at the  time o:": ������  thejr recent.financial difficulties. Durr*  ing the time the Hall Mines   had   the"  property under bond they shipped two''  carloads to their  smelter  the returns*'  from which were respectively 10,1 - per5  cent and 12.4 per cent copper. ,",.-*  =  "Mr,1   Drewry   says   that  .the _ True   '  Blue is one of the best, ii" not the" best./, ���  copper properties in British Columbia!'  ���Nelson Miner,         *      ,    - *"--  ������'���������-*--.   Killed At tho 13. V. Urine.  'Phoenix Pioneer���Monday night a��.  8 :30 Mile McNeill, a mucker in the B.  C. mine, in Summit Camp was killes .  by a heavy body of rock falling frorii  the roof of the 150 foot level. N  Green, also a mucker, \vorkiug at. the.  same point also sustained serious in" '  juries, including a fracture of thc  right leg/  >?oliticsjl aieetiug.'   '���      . '  A political meeting will ba held in  Moyie on Thursday the loth. Addresses- by A. L. Sifton, M. L. A. ot[  Calgary,'S. S. Taylor of Nelson anu  W. A. Gallaher. Speakers from A. H>  McNeill and Chris Poley party are m:  vited to attend.  I  '���ir?:  '----.���V;'  iFVTs  ^tmmE^m m:m&r^m��$^w;n ^^s  a'tnbutary  to  LJrccmvood  aud   evcry  1'ct e\eu this niotle of i>rocee.luru had j have been biought out durinf;  I to   bo   chiiugecl,   so   watchful   at that  i i.ime weic the men in the rin��.     Tho  minor and every pro&poolor  and   even i  eycry farmer  come,   the:e   bU'ore   go-, me.. ftilju Iuul ^.^ ^^ a& COII111_lir.  ing to Ro&plaud or tho comI tho gre;i.v:  sale   of   railway   tickets   it naturally ���  done in.that city..  Is is the same \u\y  atyajaQfcgB-***"'^^^ rxsxsSKss:  yaiwo^J^-i^'a>^'fc*^^^a��wi*jfc3t��r&'i.'ai<  '^-A.ND-^  ' ������';��� .J.H. HAWEE-  Baggage and  Express Dolivered'  any part of thatown,  to  cial travelers were ultimately withdrawn, for it was remembered on.consideration' that commercial travelers as  a rule have through tickets and heavy  baggage, and when one of them would  .waut: to buy a local .ticket from one Aof  of the syndicate he was immediately  suspected and the ticket refused. It  is shown in .several of tlie reports of  these special agents, that they had  been refered to the company's officers  to get their tickets, as. the men   who  on  io la--'  hour,   and   tlie   i-earcbora  repo:1',  that  dozens are yet iu the  mine.     .Mo-st  ft" >  those brought   out  ar-j   matilatt-d   bo-;    ,,  youd description.     A  mss^Li'gor' A;-i,,    '\~;  returned   from tiie   mines  btates   that   iiealth  the bodies of 12; men -have been- 'bro't  out eight, of ���'.;whom'.' were recognixecl.  Four men are in the hospital aud ..not  expected   to  live  until mbruing.    20  are unaccounted for.  Two ajany Miocrs.  Through the extensive advertising  and consolidation of many of the big '  properties in Cripple Greek district  Colorado, tho Scoretary of the Miners  Union at that place ��� sends out word  that there are more miners tljere than.,  can find employment.  PvovliUiig  for tlio Volnuuorii  Ontario governmeut has decided V;  grant .160 acres to eyery member o^  tlie Canadian contingents in South  Africa who \verc residents of tha1  p��ovine.*- at tuns of  enrollment.  Vi-lHiyiicU:  Sli  of the  i i��il and tho men go b:>e''s  i. the   troor**  'Die S  le stri  \-ilie Of-:',  ''evflch-5  cotro-  ii I A  i-i e i.:  COOUUj O  .uiojuon.s  ..i  disiiiisi'jjls   ni'.il  .   Grand liecoptiau.  ...���'...       . '.'./'.  j Ottawa was wild with enthusiasm  on Saturday affernoon and evening  in honor of the returning heroes.  .���in  no  tho stiilce.  :'-!.iclc-.!!iif!\'h JLvwn Xcrvo  I In   result   of   hi6    c_  ludomitb.le wi  ous energy are not'found whore'Stomach. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels atv  out of order: If you want these qualities and'the success 'they bring, use  Dr..icing's Now Life Fills. Only .2.'.  cents at Hope. &. Beat ties. Drug  Store  2)oht miss the entertainment at  the  hall to  night  by   O.  Jackson  Smiti.  versatile comedian,    .   " '  In ihs from Hank.  Mr. J. ,0. Drewry. "managing dire.; ���  tor'of the Canadian Gold Fields ayrrfii-  cote, limited, leavea' this 'morning I6i-  Toronto to attend the fi-st annual:  meeting of the St. Eugene 'ConeOlidat-1  ed, which will be heJdon the 13th am-��-  the Rossland Miner. .Mr. Drewry ha3^  just returned frojavMoyie and inform-^  ed the Miner representative that the* '  output oi the St. Eugene for tho mouth*5  his  .: he  ���   ve  "������ ou  ne  ��  iUt  jot  -ed  ted  all  at  tin  ed  . nil  ad  ;nt  nt  ;i-  n-  13  7  > C  r ���?  1  V fc  ;   i  ���tr'  i  sat  3_  -���i J  -"I  '   d- .  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Ti MOYIE LEADER  ^Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East JCootenay.  "JIT. J. SMYTH <6 CO.  -   -    -PnblJgliers.  W  JIATES OF SUBSCRIPTION,  .One Year J2.00  y_7_ *���_", ��� i" ��������������������������� ��� ��� ���r-������-.������������������ .--���^-���������r..-     .. ���������������--...  SATURDAY,  NOY. 10, 1900.  Shanty Town?  Thursday'   morning   our attention  was called to the fact   that   Moyie is  ^Just about to have a shanty town,  or  in other words a row, of low,  measley  ^backs'along   the  water front.     We  deem this an  unpardonable error on  "-"the part of our citizens, to allow   this  building   to   continue.       Our.   water  front is a very pretty one, and  we' are  ��ure there is no citizen but ��� what appreciates it; but if these shacks  continue we will have a view; from  town  -that will be disgusting and  an  eye-  ' acre to the   community.    Not only  from this fctandpoint should tho matter  be considered, but   in   regard  to the  property owners oh this "side   of   the  railroad as well.   Our office stands on  a $400 lot and the lots - adjoining are  as equal In value,  owing to the. fact  -that we have a splendid  view of  the  lake,   flfow if these shacks continue,  Montreal,   Nov., 7.���The   elections  throughout the Dominion   today  resulted in a   sweeping victory for  the  Liberals.     A    remarkable feature  of  the   contest   was  the fact that every  member of  the  government was returned while every Conserative  leader  of any prominence,  with   the   exception Haggart and Charles H. Tupper,  were defeated.     Hugh J. MacDonald  was defeated by  Hon.  Clifford Sifton  in Brandon;  sir Charles   Tupper was  dejeated in Nova Scotia, Montague was  defeated in   Haldimand,   and   Foster  was snowed under by Blair in St.John.  From   the  returns available it appears that the  Conseratives made, a  net gain of about 14 seats  in  Ontario  and three in Manitoba.    In  the Territories   and   British    Columbia ' no j  change   was   made   in the'respective  strength   of   the   parties.   Inv Prince  ^dward   Island   the  Liberals made a  net gain-of'one stat.   In  New Brunswick they gained fivei   In   Nova Scotia   they   gained   six   and in Quebec  they gained ten.   These figures give a  gain of 17 seats for  the Conservatives  as against a gain  twenty-two for  the  Liberals, which would make  the Liberal majority greater by five, from  the  returns available, than it  was in-" the  last house. '"  Ji  R. COSTTGAN, Q,C.  office:'Bank of Commerce Bldg.*  CRANBROOK,  C.  Harvey   <fe   McCarter,  FOET STEELE, B. C   ,  Harvey, McCarter & Alexander,  '    FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   and  Insurance Agent.'  Money to Loan. '  McVittie & Hutchison,  Fire and Life assurance; Min-  Brokers, Land Surveyers and  Conveyancers, and Notaries  Public.  "Leave Ordors at". X,ender3 Office, MOYIE.  The Lake  City   Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL  HOTEL.  WESLEY CLINK, J?rop.!  F.   W.   FRITH,_ProprIctor.^.  This hotel.is.now open to the public/and_is well'furnished throughout, None but the best brands ofj|winos;  liquors and cigars kept in stock.       . '    .  FIRST   CLASSHACCOMMOD'ATIONS.  Moyie, B. C.  Moyie,  B, O.  W. F. GT7RD,  James Kerrigan & Co.  BARRISTKXi, SOLICITOR, ETC.  It is interesting to note the number  of commercial men that are making  Moyie a stopping point  hefe  of   late.  CRANBROOK,  B.C.  CBANBROOK.-B. C.  MOYTE, B.  ������*�����>:  MOYIE    HOTEL.  %  Wholesale JGrocers  Almost every day the platform at  the  the prbpei'ty on this side  of  the rail-1 depot is pilled with their baggage -and  toad will,' in  all  probability, decrease  ia value 06 no one would care to pur-  fchase and bilild Where   the  lake  view  ' is obstructed^   We would, as many  others,   much  rather   have   a lot on  the lake front,   but   the   purchase  of  same could not be had, Owing  to  the  foregoing objection, still, nevertheless,  ',. buildings  are   now   in>  the course of  .construetion and  if   this   is countenanced by the Citizens,-   We   shall  pro-  Seed likewise and stake out fifteen or  twenty lots for" btiildiDg'p'urposes.     It  Is a  shame   and a  discouragement to  the people dri this side id general' and,  ���the board of trade  Should  take stepts  fcb prevent it and have all these' build"  ihgs reinbved,   If people have  money  ���id buy lumber and  build  there ' they  fiust certainly hafe  sufficient means  to purchase late'and build   elsewhere,  Ifhere - the^  Would   riot iriteffef6' aud  decrease   the   value   of tfth'ef people's  , property., The nfatter should b'e ld'ok-  ��� sd into at once and thus save perhaps  law aud,damage suits>that may necessarily have to take place in  order  to  have tries'^ b'uildirigs" fehioved in   the  future..   Every   loyal   citizen   should  ,<_ive it his immediate attention.  scores of these are seen  afiiving'and  departing.     This  only  goes   to 6how  that Moyie is  building Up  an extensive trade  and  the outside world is  beginning to recognize the same." New  enterprises are coming in every  week  and locating here) buildings are rented, before the ldmb'eris hardly on- the"  groUnd.    It is now Very .eviddrit  that  this   place   will, be  the center of the  lageet business in Eeast Kootenay.  C. P, HIGGTNS,  Physician and Surgeon  OFFICE���fARRBLL BLOCK.  MOYIE, British Columbia.  AND  General Agents,  Home and  Foreign   Bonded  hOUEOS.  "Ware-  JOHNSTON  BEOS. . ,  i c* ���,  $ This Hotel is New and well Furnished. The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the |  Market affords. The] Bar is Filled with }  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. $  AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER.  '   ,.  ; HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  <     ANDMNIING MEN, f   -  MtOIYK, -       ,     ,    ��� -'    '        -i r"      ',  BUITISh COMJMUIA  tf���<i������">a>����i^^->��-���������c'cCCCC��C���C�����������e���iee���������������6���ee64"6���e^-fe  V  *  Apply td  ���Mi  Well, the \yiioo_*?; fae'y itid ii u'f'rah le  ofFin thVCJnited ^tst6'3 and' KicKinley  hae come out victoriotis. Tbifi'^s" -^iil  be rabbut the same oVer th'e line as  they have, been 4^ing. the four yeats  past. The full-dinner-bail scheme  evidently riiade a good hit with the  voters, and as time rolls on we "will  perhaps learn wHat kirid Of a ldrich  the campaign .cooks' pui up in" tiiat  pail. The Republicans' i'ave. also  sleeted a majority in,the house oi rep^  resentatives. Friendly term's between  the United States and Great Britain  will continue and the picnic will go on  for anothei fodr years v^hile the demo-  "orals etind outside the fence arid lock  on. The whole thing seemed to be a  landslide and was a surprise to the  west. Ye scribe will now put his head  down a raiii barrel When lie yel^o  "Jrvan i-  Fair play is all that anyone dan  ���ask, and that is all our mercHaute are  asking of you.. Is it fair then to demand $3 per day for your own labor  aud eend back east- ;fdr goods,' where  labor is paid bora 50 cents te $L per  day? Are you. doing what is right,  are you in sympathy witp the jvorking  men, or are you in league with tlie  capitalists a.nd trusts T7ho are ever  grinding down working humanity in  their greedy rush Jor. wealth? This  may appear to como as a very direct  question,but nevertheless, the arrival  of express packages, etc., from the  east, prompts our asking it. A dollar  spent at home .helps . to build, your  hoaie town that much, while a dollar  sent away discourages home enterprise  that much and you or no one else will  over derive any benefit from it again  here.    Let us have fair play.  The metropDlitan  rjaperS   will   now  ttirn   their    backs  on    the    political  o- ��� *  field of struggle and their fac'gs toward  the field of b'lood and proceed to carve  China and other foreign nations.  Halcyon Hot Springs.'  The most complete heal til resort on  the continent of North America'   Sit��  liated   midst  Bcener?   ufarivalled for  israndu'eri     tH&   tiALWON    HOT  SPRINGS  Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs; Arrow Lake,' B.'  Ci    fiesident  physreiari and nurse,   Boating fishing  and   excursions,"     'Telegraphic   com=  munication   with   all   parts   of    the  world,   Two maiis arrive and depart  dailyA   Terms, $15 to  $18 per week  according   to   residence   in  hb'tel  Or  villas.1   Its baths cure all nervous and  muscular diseases; ' Its waters heal all  kidney; liver   khft 3torn'ach troubles.  The baths and waters   are   ah invalu-  hle remedy for silver afid  lead poisbn-  irig. i ,       .���    __ y  .   ,  .  I ..r:f9^���i       ,.  Job Coulden't Hare Stood tl  If he'd had itchirig Piles'. They're  terrible annoying/ bttt Bucklen's Arnica Sal7e will cure the worst case of  ��ile'o on earth; It ha's cured thous-  aado;' For injuries; pains or bodily  eruption's it's the best salve in the  world. Price 25c. a box. Cure gu'ran��  teed/ sold by Hope &^Beattie  druggist.  Aasaegiucnt.ivork Conti;jicta Taken.     '  Parties wishing to have , assessment  vtork done on claims in tho vicinitv of  Moyie,' will do well to consult or write  the undersigned for ternls. Work  left, in my.care will be promptly at-  ended to,' ahd satisfaction will be  guranteed. S..A, SCjOTT. .  FOR SALE AND RfiNT  OR. MADE TO OftDER.  u I  m it Hoiiisf fiRj Mofi&:  Tit i-iT>-| ifMnrim  li~m"-1) liiiTfT<��L'Tiii ���  Whiskey, Wines�� Beer,  Cigars, ProduOe, Fridt,  EtcM   St6.,   Btd.,    Etc.  0, L BETTCHIN,  C0Rftt!8POlTD*fc"iTtife t&VptiO.  ' ''^-iii'<artaA��twMjMafaata^^^��iMn.iiiniirfii(n��ififciii  jeWeLer,  ILVERWAR  -o-  iiii&t received a fine A&sort-  mefctt of Merideit Britannia  Silverware;  MOVlEl  Mtk  iwufiiiwii  Hi   Cf  THE LAKE   SHCffiE  Baffeer Sho^.  Opposite] Cosmopoliten   jjHotel  W. ti. E'OiSY Prop.  EAST KOortNAY. BOTttlNfi CO.  , 6RANBR(JOk, B; St  WATCHE  Idthing,   . Gents4,   Furnishing's,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  dotiti A^D gsti "Js1.  VicfoafA AvB.j^foviK,' li. 0  ���a'm't�� i  w&tm  E-indSi  all  .High.grade mqvetfients in  ?oldj gold filled bt silver  cases;'  ���  OfflBlal Watch' Repaifer^dr   0. V. B  HOTEL  AT G. H. KflNJBB'S  drcfaft Solicjife'd".  SddsE' Water afid Syphens.  s    &  -*-���-��-  J^ota for 3din.   Moiicy to JCtonn;  .    . ;     .-. I ii-'.        i  Lots for sale in all   parts   at   town.  Money to loan.    Agent for Elaru  and  Williams pianos.    Ef.ave other   special  bargains.   Before investing see  Box 17. D. J. Elmer.  g.r*.1 ���T'ggrimM���  rtuumt ������ *i)im m  There,has. been,a great;-deal of interest qh.own in thp United .States  campaign, byjthe,pepple'4 in-..this vicinity and the . rpsiilt of McKiriley's  election ijas.. caused, many to look  well you know how���and remark  '���"What, is the matter of the people  over there?" j  Notice of ji'lsolutib'u ot JPa'rtneTalilp.  <������ . ,��        .   ���   .h   j ..   ,;>i >     r  Notice .is hereby ��i.Yen. that the partnership  herqtofore epcis.tiug betweon tbo uudesrsigned  as hotel Jieeoera .-, uijdet):, -t#g" .-iiSme; style  and firm of MacKensiaiPullmafa at Moyie, B, C  has bean,this day disolved by mutual cousent.  All debts ov/ine to thc said partnership ilrc to  be paid by N.A.. MiicKenrie at Moyie, B.C., and  nil claims, against the said partnership are to be  presented to thc said N". A. McKenzie, by whom  the same ivill be Bottled.  Dated at.Moyie, B. C, this, 1st day of October,  A. D. 1900. N. A. MacKenzie,-"  3-26 Fred PUllmon.  i J  toil wiif find ^ full etotik of  Hardware  Just received  I  .     A .CalfSolicited,  tins-sop iif e6wJ*nECTto��.  i MILLS, Propi^ietd^  AJtifiefo   headq[uaftefa.    Good'   accoriim'odations for travelers.  j^Bast  Wmat  1 {liquors ^nd cigar^ ke|)t in stock;,  Lake Shore Additio  IA"  MSYIE^ IS. C^  FOB tftmNlTtfUE   ANB   cSM^LETE ;HOSE0  iFuriiishings,   stoves,   Sard#aTe^  ClSthing:, and GrSoeries/  Oall6H  ikoyie, fi. C;  wiim  NBLSOff,'  b68t  h.c  4 s*.7  .��f' 1 *     i ** '   '  ��� *  .*- Jy / j  EcjJaifcd and Made to Order.  NEXT DOOR TO BLACESSllTH SHOP.  THE  POSf   OfFFICE  ��� ���   U    N"   ���������'''"'  DRUG  AND  STATIONERY SlOUg,  ���    . ��� <��� .  ���������;!,..  ratefat  medicine's* toilet  'articles, office.,(S.tatjonery  and school supplies. . , .  1 LEHpipa,LtB^AKY;;1, if ^pu ^atj^lt book  ask for it and it will be procured* for  you without delay. ..  j -   , ^ * ��� l *i ,  ,       . . IT PATS TO DEAL' XvlfB  HOPE & Bil&TTIE,  Chsmi3to and Drta^glsts,  HOYIE, B. C  Ageflt for tlie ABtamilto'n Powder Company;  and Shcrnn Williams'paint-;  r\ r\  \z  W  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF  CLL AT THE  ; -JTzpr qcTfsvtnpr ty ^ qs-,^- -^r-^r ^n^ ^-i^rz^^^^^^   ^^^'^^  Tho only  house   ill   ��a_)t   Koo'tnay   ^  heatedjhroughoutwitl^hotair. "��  ATo L McINTOSH/Prop.  Q'tjEEN-6 Aye^ue. (JMOYIE, B. C.  t.    X J���/ JL.   i. K_/ L_J \  &of ii b: di  Are Now Openland Beady For.  Business With a Full Line of  Staple^and Fancy  SSPD  I ' '     ' ' i        ���        i t  You arc Invited to Inspect Sloci  First class .in every respect." kpodH  rates lb boarders.,,..Qood eample; room  for commercial menA  European plan.   Open day and nir'Vt  fa. tr. aiiA-ci, Propi  i  i  FOK FINE  ILDliRESS  CKMM66tt -'.- ii. 6.  mt^^v ^^k^^^^  helbon:  __��� _r*_>n ��*!��'���*' ai_   "s^fi. ii  dntvSM r* /'
.1
i;HE MOYIE- LEADER.
MOY1JB,    B.    <;.-
AM HONORED^(SCOTSMAN.
tilt)     OjUTIl'h    Xtiw   High-
polls'1
„,1<1  <.'<>nl»»
land Aiu-Jidaiit—?"k4»(i-h of   .
|}is C'.-ii'Of-r.
Coii'-t.iliJf' "Wild (-'oi'doii of Moth-
„elj li.c" l,lf-t ,1,"->n «I'P«>'»i«'d to"the
CU of Highland' .-Uk'iului'.t to Hie
Siljs      Tint   London-Graphic.
Que-'".
wit*"   summon";!
before   , Uv>r
iglit
Going right
for   just   oho
'I »i t
DON'ALP-OQKDOy, THE QUEEN'S NEW HIGH-
MajesLv at UalnioriCF ori Th'ursdiiy.'
iait'* iind* r^ftlVJnK^tT-io^appoitaiitCt.e
le'.'t Motherwell on Tuesday to take
up Ins duties. He is IS years of nge
mil li.in 'wn connected with tho
Lanarkshire Constabulary in Motherwell for the past four, years. It may
be mentioned ..UfiiU Cordon" Juts * \pr.i-
vinusiv been in tlie .service pf . tho
Queen, having' bcr-n a considerable
tiuii- mounted messenger ■ to Her ^lately IIis. father has also bcon for
»long-period in the Queen's private
tfiire. Cordon's fellow constables
Rented liim be.fore leaving with,, n
frying'ruse and'other articles, as,a
token of the'"r esteem.' ■
'li'ar Sirs,—I was- for ,sc<\cn years
tMiil-M-r from bronchial i,YoJiblg. org]
would in: so hoarse at times thnlyj.
could scarcely speak above-'a whisper. J got jfiq relief.'fro*ttv.-nnything
till' I tri.'d your -MUf AItD,SiItOXEY
BALSAM Two bottles riraA-c^ relief;
ted si.'?, bottles made a ccraipiot'e trurer.
I would huu'tily'reeouunoncliti to any
j &• suffering from throat or lung
trouble '  .  -     ;
•I.   F.   VAXBUSKrRK.
Kredi-ncton. "    ' . '    ,
•.u,.
HER  NARROWEST  ESCAPE.
4      ,. /'" "      '- ■***• -S3*    -si".       -3S
«»  A„|OIllo,,j,t. S<J1K<.
nuKes that are i,;„ froill Ua> u- .,*'   ™,t
station ,o the, l.«p;.i„3 dlrtrlS.   Shea.
4WM «»'J?.«in'i»so from the .■-a • a d
didn't notice'when she sot In ihat ihore
were no hom-s hitched to the thing,     r*
whole  attention   ivaH  being paid    o  tie
«i. the .sidewalk locking for pu<Ke,?ge,-s
How much do you cl.nrgc7" she naked.
-' ..j'^econtH/'Lesaid.   "Take vou i-
oveMo'Stole mid Madison
«way.     Step   in,     Itoom
more."
The old lady settled hack comfortably
In the easy seat to which she had been
assigned,  and  a  moment later the carnage was   humping  along  over   paving
stones, dodging in and out among trucks •
sliding  sideways  in  slippery  ear  tracks'
and grazing elevated.railroad pillars.    A*
row  of   men   sat  ou   thc   cross  seat   in '
front"oC-the"lady,."suutting out the view
ahead, so she sat with her hands in her"
lap and rode'eonlcnjedly along. ' At the
corner of Mriflisfti'inM Dearborn streets
Beveial  passengers ggfoff, nnd then for
the first time the lady 'from tho country
had a, fhanee.to look out in from.'  Slit
saw the operator ptill n nickel plated lever; then she glanced over the dish board..,
.Ihero' wnsVlook. ofwnlngled' niimr'lind.
wonilur, on her. features.
"What's liappfi'ielr'ti the horses?" she
Ojchiiined.    ''   - ' >'• .i".' „
"There1 ain't any horses;."'said n boy
who whs hanging on the steps behind.
The old lady stood up just as the uinn '
In charge of the automobile rang his gong
and started ahead.
"Ho, stop!" she cried.    "Let me out!c
,1 -won't j-ri'dc   in   this   tiling!-   Stop   it!
Stop it!    Help!"
"Madam," said one of thc passengers,"''
"there's no reason to be alarmed. ' It's-"1.-
perfectly safe.  ,Wo ar*"—
"No!" she replied.    "I  wouldn't have—
g'ot in here for n hundred dollars If I'd
^uare.kpewj what it,was!    Lct-.-rnc pastl"^
w The carriage had Stopped, and she be-ii
gan to tramp on the feet of "the other?
passengers in her hurry lo get.'out. *
«"3Y-e're almost tjverg—only half a blockr
.fa'Ctlifrv? '&rh\>£orj[e*'fyiid. ■ "1^6u., betteri.
stay,yiv" __.w„_   ~,   ~ J k.        °   '
^'nvotildn'f stajriririf it ^vas^Srily traJf"'
a foot farther," she declared as die
scrambled' down the steps. Then she
Stood' on the sidewalk, watched tho automobile move on through the crowded
street, ptit her band 'over her head and
said:    "",'*- '- "ft*1     ' '     '
"My! That was the narrowest escape
I ever had! And iiie with all that'money in niv pocket to pay pa's insurance
too!"-
-irm firman fc TMtin
 THIlP.^E.^iCH,,,^.,
Although   Tho5na« 'Nelson   Pii^e Mops fc
.not tlniiVso, ft is'u fact in-v.-rUK-leM tli.it
tne acts of (he Newport   V\,\n Himdjed
blazuuf.,5   fori],   i„   evtll.y   m.^paprr
the laud do'allOrt.ihe -tiiitei-aild :
n
amussc-
i"ents  of ..IJiiiusfuidj. „of t otlK-r .peypl,-,
■.asliville Anieric-jii.
Mi'- I'airc'-.i&.lvixniK. t.Tbe„pei;nicifUs
example of our urisloeraev of wealth j-
widespread. For n light set upon' n-Ull
cannot be hid. The li«ht of folly and
profligacy among the conspicuous rich
of#the United--Slates at tl/ei present time
is,a beacon.of scandal to,the countrv.-
CliicngolCiri-liiuely.,"" — ~ .■. -~..r,
11 YftUljj, he,;" '"''ui thing for.American
manhood..tiul vvoma'riliood'if tfie-'nien aud
women of this country, got their moral'
and (heir ideas of life from the smart
set in New York. They lead 'a ijfe of
idleness ami selfi'di indulgence, and they
,are worse than useless.,. The. world is
f!ie   worse   lather   Ihaii • tile'"better"'fbr'
.their llviitg.-ifrjvli.noiid Times.
'In London the me'm'hers of the most
exclusive seciety are also'leaders, in the
"world   of   politics   and   of   letters,     The
SHOULD) BE, BRIGHT, CHEEEFUL,
ACTIVE AMD STRONG.'
Qve.nl
ICi bpuiisl   illty     ItCrtlt
L' J   f   ..
Upon
■ i
Mbtti'ortiatThVd 1'ci toil, &ti-1C'Involves
i'J hi-lr. Duuglitc^y J^uture Ilajipiuefcii or
( Miser}'—Soinu Uncful Illnt-i.    :''
^are ^'e-juemlv   br/ive . sohJir,^  or
■Imi
Mien ,       , t        r.  _
' a?'"ts .p>-'" u'lnV-^'i-s'** oT'fmi'irfimeiftV'tlfV
'\-oii;eii"7ire'tiMifi',r,v^Htelligent" and Ynter-"'
('Ming.    Tln> iiieinl.ers ol  tlie i-'/.;ir  I Inn
,1'cil are noted only  fur their■
rontery and theii—lack 'of  mo.
J
L DYSPEPSIA
bi-awn ef.
•:iK-.-'
W.'Snow   & Co.,  Syracuse," N,Ay.
Jrleaso send us
AND INDIGEST10N-0.
, Syracuse, N. Y., write:
— ten Rross of pills. We aio
tfi hHK more of I'annelco's PJIlri tL-rm-iiny
tttlier piU4vtf keop. v.TJir-y.havoagieacrepu-
ffition for the cure of'Dyi-pepsia and Jjiver
'tSS'
Fall Time In KiJlvllltt.
vrann - weather -has  nioiloratcu.
nil
LAWS OF CHEMISTRY.
Juvenile   I2itJo}*mcnt.
"Ma, a;n 1 goln k> get, 'uother plate
I tf 1' cream -".sides this ono.V'*
"Why, fitrteJIiuV"
"'Cause, inn, I-wan' (q-Jcuow whether-
to gobble'this \\h \\\} er li'rsTg'lt'oTit.'''rV"
U'lin*  Uiirt   Mndee. 'l *   "
iRbsley—And then she said if she
fere a man she \vpuld knock you over,
did she?      >     ','**■-■'      • '*• "
Mudge—Worse tliau (hat. She. sa^ld
If I were n man she would knock "'lie
over.—Indianapolis Press.
[STREETOAR ACCIDENT—Mr. Thomas
Mbin says': "My eleven-year-old boy had
113 'opt badly injured ,by being run over by
'car on the' street'railway. We at' once
tommonccd bathing tho foot with Dr.
Nomas' Ecloctrib Oil, when: the discolora-'
«oii Aid awollinff was removed, and in nlno*
J6» he could use.his foot. We always keep
'Dottle in the house ready for einorgoney. '
BIor« Appropriate.
"^ad now," said the artist, "If I
wuldbut picture her beautiful voice." l
"Wouldn't a half tone do?" asked hlff
IfilitaaiQ friend." ■•
Very l
A «rlaln ambitious young: Drltoa
Came over (lie ocean a-llittin.
"I'll iliow 'em wlmt's what,
With my English bnillt yacht,"
"« observed, with liii inolnni a-srlttla.
But. ala«, for 111 fortune contrary,
No' x "what" was exhibited—nary!
for tlicre'i many a aillp
"l'wtxt the cup wild Sir Lip.,
"Mch It Yery unpleasant—yes,  very.
—Ken York JournA
"llKlit Indl»po»IHoni« Cbnld Be Cnreil
Ity People If They Knew Them. ,
, "Did vou ever notice what a difference
'(WttM's'm people'iif'rt'sp^ct'txx thev" general chemical composition?" remarked a
toea! druggist, one day. last week. "Soma
fS'eople" are' decidedly acid, while others
verge upon the other extreme and are
strongly alkaline. You can detect the dif-
ftrciri'e-by a h'pndshakfc.^tfor you'll"find
the man who is acid almost"always will -.
bayc-ji "rliojst palm fthcr;.be;lteht complex-1
ioned.
• "It would 'be better for people," he con- '
tinned,! "if they understood some of the
simple laws of chemistry. Acids and alkalis are opposites, and the effect of one
is fo neutralize thc other. People lake
soda, an alkali, for a sour stomach, aud
the chemical action is simply that of neu-
-tmIuu>Iioiv/or<Uio.at4)inach,in that condition is strongly "acid.' I know a man who
is exceptionally acid who has to take six
soda mint tablfrts"-before he can. be rid of
such a tYouble,; ...,,, .,      .    .\:
"You can see how a physician has to
acquaint Jbiinself with the chemical com-.
"posiU6n"-bf each -of 'his'""palTbnis.".. MeclP--
cines that would do for one person will
not agree .with another.   Out west it-iay-
rreqticnt- to find much alkali iu the soil.'
With sojne people it agrees,  but others
are  annoyed   by  it.-" The  man  who has
any'surplus of alkali already iu his makeup, .(Joes  not .want   to  live' in  an  alkali
country.   Tho principle runs all through
the phages of one's physical life.
': ".People who understood  (he principle
often could cure themselves of sliirht indispositions without the necessity of coa-'.
sutting a physician.   I belieVe the courses
in.'chemistry  in  our^puljlic schools,   and
colleges  might   be .made' rbore  practical
(1*1111 they have been heretofore. The cook
ns well as tho boarder would profit thereby."
A'Mh severe 'headache, but these pills have
e"ared her."
V., ] "~~~~*——
i-: Tlie I'arin  Cull  Os-tyer.
?e'Ontsitfe o* mhh.t wine shops in Pari*
'iiad.iu the princiijal,cities of France a
ijiu is often to he seen bearing tho
„'y<mls. An cochor h'dele ("To the faithful cocher"); beiicnth it a0 driver is
plctiijt{"v; J^tt la-ilfijyd,wrostpri;igjstoi,a
gentltiinan and lady.' the hirers of the
couch: a purse forgotten oil the.eush-
fons'Vf'fhe l-ellicfr/. ■;iii's'te"iior'a,'*con«
|ei)tion ot the artjKt; nor fVlie'ti\atwry:
"^fitlic restalira*nl.o-i' wihe"sliop*to draw
thither the coachman with a foible for
the bottle, but a reaTity wh'ic'i often occurs and ol which the cocher has every
.'ight to be proud. ,   ' ,
Anybody who lias lived any length
of .tJi.nre_1n .Pjiri^_-\nil;_hi'ioiw
ment.   ,\Vho has not forgotten an, tim-
'lirella. a walkli^sfictt.fa0siififlfsshtl-li6l'
or-son»e little nliji'^iPeii H|,RsLifir*ni<--no6't
of;a public vehicle?   And who'has ftot
had his property, restored without even
having taken  the  number  Of  the  vehicle, wi'tlfoift nnyrenie'inbrauce of the
physiognomy of tho driver?    P»y a simple npplication'to a sjiecial oflicent the
prefecture of polici;. ".vh£!_e_ a I ^p^ijt • c t s^
found in public carriages' ar.e'tjepo^Tt-'
jd'nnd arranged according Jtq "jue-_d:iro ;
autl. hour at which they "\viVe "brouglit
m.-one is able promptly to regain pos-
|ession of 'his- Ios't prb'pe'rt'yv ' *
j This'. reflects    great .credit.'on   tho
j'aris "cabbies." few of whom; by the
way,    are    born'   Parisians.
Dr. J. D. KelkgEj'o Dysentery Cordial is a
speedy cure for dysentery, diarrhcoi, chol-
era, .summer complain*) =ea sickness and
complaints inci.cntal to children teething,
.it-gives immediate rjeJi^f'.to ihosa'euflering
fiom (he effects of indiscret'on iu eating unripe frnit;'ener.nibersrLtcr--It act«-\vith"W<jn--
deiful rapidity and never fails to conquer
the disease. Xo one'need feir. choleia if
they ha\e a bottle of this meaicine convenient.
5 ~  ■ 1 . '. .i.i.
' i - . <   *   B^.^kJ.-.^r.' ■      . •• . j . «■ s. ■-
Pr.p «ii(in .iri.,110 sui^bi'::- .in .1 .',•.>■ in ,pf,jr;)y yase.i- \
1'i-e l-.F!cnln  lo rle xviuil du;  troi = a -in^in froV de
.    '    In-.-s
r7,t.\ lonfl-:,   nn   I'7c   ilrraiiiin. as>—i   hums  a   little
son;;.
\n  I  takrs mi   fill of; tjomfni I,. •cpieMt 'f-arh'<- las'
.    in j luiiir.
mp.'sy uv.-'ks Jip'o' de norf win' conjos
lll'-'lji--
II  fccn't l).
SMii-n",
Kn  (Wi Wrsc  rtilWil -foi^sfr haftrr  If.it'i
l.outi'
Hoy's irult'!" s-lstticl off rle =no« ,111 'ivtir1. wif hr.iht
n-i <o .1
An tain l«i. In!^ lo l-ui  fl.i'^c'f'   :   'i..'f a  I"' •« "!
(    '     <r..l       °
t Jiosy clieelcs, brightt'eyes,"an elastic
step, and, fa, good appetite,, ace -,the
birtiiright of every girl. " These' , are
"the conditions I'iiat 'bbspfak perfect
health. .iut -.ujifortunately this . is
not'.t'he--'. condition of thousands of
growing_girJs. On every, side may
be seen "girls*'with' "pale 'or sallow
cpinplexioru: iiinguid', ^stodp shoulder**
ed, and listless. Doctors will tell
them _that.-.thoy. are' anaeihic, or in
other words, that their blood is poor,
t'hin'ahd watery. Jf further questioned they will tell.them that this condition leads to."decline,...Cpjisuinption
and the'grave'.' What is needed is a
medjeino ^that will make new_, fricb,
ro;i' bloo.tir.strenghten the nerves, and
Clnis -Tcstror e-the --\-igor, -Drightness"-
aiui hopefulness of yotftlnr .^•"oif.'XhisI
purjiose, uo other discovery iri ihe 'annals of,, medicine can ecjuul Dr.. Williams' Pink Pills for PaJe. People,
and thousands-'of""oifce'hopeless'-girla
have been made bright, active and
strong through their use. Amocg
those 'who have been brbugh't.'' bock
almost.irom the .grave by the _use_ of
this medicine.is Miss M. C. Marcoaux,
of St, Lambert.,da Levis; Que. i'-'.iss
.Marceaux' ' sayfe? ""Tt* 'gives -met lie
gr.eaiQst. plpasur.e tcsppalcaf the.twa-..
eJ'.V T h'av«e experienced from U13 use
01'Dr. , Williams' Pink Pills, For
some years 1 'rtfsicied in"""\V;acous=in.
with, a.relative,.,where 1 devoted .. my;
time' studying English and n\.'«,ic. in-
tc-nding-;to make .the"Jdach1ng'.-of 'the,
hitler my, profession. I was , m-vor
very strong, and,,my^s.tudies faj.igiie'd
mu much. When i about four.'toea £
became very pai^'i* 'suffered** frolu sV;vf
eri headaches, aftd'Jweakne'ss."- r*-corf-
^ulted a doctor, 'and acting on his
advice, returned. to Canada The
uitigue'of'the'jbxirney; ■hd'wev'er, made
me worse; ■'and\finally I got; so weak
that, ,1 could not walk without help.
I was extremely pale, my ■ eyelids
were •gw_plIen1-:lTh"a<i cbrltinubua'head-
aehes, .and. was so nervous that, the
leas't noise would set my heart'beat-
ing violently. I almost.loathed food,
and.i# Eyesight -Vas "rjeduccd to r.n.e-
iy-five". pp'un,d!S.J', . JNT'e;ther doctor's,
medicine- * nor anj'tlifng" else that i"
had taken up to that time, seemed of
the slightest benefit. I was, confined
to, bed for nearly a year and I
thought that - nothing l,buf. death
could end my" sufferings. 1-Lrp'pily an
acquaintance of my father's one day
^brought me a box of Dr. Williams,'
"Pink Pills, and urged me to try
them-?. I/'did so, and thought they,-
helped me some, ancl my father"* got
m ;r.e-T-«After-I.had" used a'.fo-w-.-boxes
all my" "friend's coul"3."sce" tliey* 'were
holptng.Jiife,-and by'the'- time" I -had'
taken .nuio" boxes I yvas.euijoying-b.et-.i
t^r' health than" I-had ever had in my
life before, and had gained fifteen
pounds in weight-. ,i-> Ii t'ell"yo-ji this
out. of gratitude so that other young
g'r's who may- be weak and sickly
m'^yA'ltncAV the"'way Mo'regain their
health."   '
Girls who are just entering woman-
.hood are at* tlie mOst critical  period
Ot   their  lives.    Upon  the  care     they
receive; depends- their . futyro, happi-'
n.»y9.. - Negiect  may mean -cither    an:
tufly  grave  or  a life  of misery. ,   If
•mothers    would,    insist -that, ■   their
growing daughters'use Dr. Williams'
,Piiik,   Pills  occasionally,   rich  blood,
s'rorrB;    rierves,     and   -good-     health
iveukii-*.  follo^^-, -Jf --yourj dealer-'does-
keep   these   Pills rin .stock     they
Xll'we-nood-uow [ls wbodel^focerles
peace in the family.   '
We""take cows,""cotton nnd corn 011
subscription and general principle.-;.
With the first cool wave seven of our
relations came in to spend Christmas
with us.   - , - „ ,    ,
We.believe the world is growing better.   We collected $2.23 yesterday.
Very little politics this week. Only
one office ran a man down and collared
him. • '■•■■ ' .
"The poor we have always wjth, us."
(There are, 13 of 'em in our. family.)
We have' withdrawn from politics
and'gone'to work" to make a living;
' *  ' '    -■■   ' ' -'      ■-■   '
["Have" you-tried   •'"SALADA" -Ceylon ,and  Indian    Green .Tea'?."   asked
the dealer of a  consumer of Japan".
■/'No,  I-'nev"er  experiment,"   said the
cuBtomer.     .       -.; ;■  i.   .m      ;•,    ..-_*.
"Good ,_rjtle,..proy.ed .. by ;its excep^
tions."
"flow''so?" said tlife -customer.   -"■ ,-
VAj nwv: Tea,." gr-.own-;on' tho rich*-flt
tea,,;iproduc,ing soil in the .world!—.
Geylbii and* India—prepared, Vry mdd-
'(Tn-: "'fcldahly'' ' "rftacninery'-' li'iethods-,'
•just;.. ,ay. r : SALADA/.. Black .Tea
ris,-p-.withouL the , aid of nerve
disturbing adulterants, '"may prove
a revelation'to-'the-trt.sti*. and a" pos-
ith'.e -heuetil',. rather than an injury,
to the- syste'm. Now do vou grasp
the'situation?"    ,"'"     *"'   "*"'"   *   '
"Yes,'-'- said' the customer,   "[ do."
'.'Then, .take-a .trial   packet."f
Result—
■ Jafiail"Tea forever discarded*.
"SALADA"  Ceylon1 and   India Green
Tea  adopted.
. The   above  conversation   is   suggestive  to you, reader,  if yoii drink .la--
pan  tea, •
Deafness Cannot - Be- Cured'
by local applications, as tlicy cannot roat-li tho
diseased portion of tho far. 'lliere is paly one
way to cure diufiie-*.-', and thai is by co:ist:tu-
tional rtiiiiFaic's Ucaliios.i'is'rnnstfl by an 'ih-
ll.irued condition of the mii'-ous lining of tho
Jiustaelii.-in tub*. WJien this tubejicts mfljm-
cu you have n rumbling tvmnd or imperfetft,
lioarinj-, and «heri ir is entirel. close i tleafness
19 the re-ult,.n'.d unlef-s tbc infturiiinjition pan
be taken out and'this tube'reslorufl to it's normal condition, iiearuiK will be dcstioved for-,
ever; nine cases oiifof ten aio cri'il^ed bv ca-
ti.rrh, which is nothing but an inflamed "condition of the nine us =nrfaee?.
We will give One Hundred Dolbirs for any
case of Deafness (caused by cntmrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.,  fciend for  ,
circulars!, iroe.
'F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drtifjui-ts, 75c. '     ,
Hnlis Family Klls aio the best.
Bat
NO CAUSE  FOR ALARM.
the
There
it',
will he sent ■>post"'paid at'50 cents a
Iki."c or six boxes for S2.50 by addressing 1 he Dr. Williams' Afedicine
f.A>., "Brockville,  Ont.
Orus-of the most dangerous and repulsive forms of
Kidney Disease is
for which Dodd's Kidney
Pills are the. only certain
cure. In Dropsy the Kidneys are actually dammed
"A and the water, which
should be expelled in tho
form of urine,-flows bscck
and lodges in the cells "of,
die flesh and puffs out the
skin. Remove the filth
which plugs up the drain.
Kestoro the"-Kidneys' to
health. There is only one
Kidney Medicine
Chtncne   SlilUnry   Trnlnlnsr.
One of the textbooks still studied by
Chinese odicers is tho Sun-tse, which is
about ".',000 years old. Tho chnracteris:
lie feature of this workon Chinese military art is its insistence thnt'the general
ought before everything else to study
ruses, some of which nre not strictly
;onnectctl with war. The student of Sun-
(se is told to "negotiate with the enemy and while you nre discussing the
situation massacre him, sow discord in
his camp, intercept his provisions' nnd
soften his heart by voluptuous music and
the sight of beautiful women."
As; to military measures, the Chinese
ecncrnl receives the following advice:
"If you are ten times more numerous
than'the enemy, enveKip him; if you are
live times more numerous, dispose your
ni-inv so as to attack him on.four sides;
if you are only, a little stronger, content
yourself bv cutting your army in two (on
the principle of reserves), and if you are
weaker  than  the  enemy,   try   to  secure
cover."	
IJnlilnesH  nnd   <Uo  Derby  Hat.
It is not the hat. hut the kind of hat,
whose wearing conduces to baldness.
The hat is necessary to keep the head
cool in summer, hut it should be the soft
felt hat. The vicious derby constricts tie
scalp,' keeps the blood away, kills the
hair! causing baldness. The felt hat does
not do this and does*not cause baldness.
Witness its- use in the south and the absence of haldness-yon-sec few bald men
there. Witness the use of (he derby nt
the north and the prevalence of baldness.
So I don" w.i:it  no tPst ji'.i.u.. c
|    .    lit .ill irtifni    .'  v       '-*
An   flllin. uk   »_■_ ju:r<!-ipi\ ft1'
jiw.i.v. v
De  fros'   is  gv.ii.K-i   kt-Mi   -i1
blow in s:i-s:ii".
So l'r.s sj\"'i. up ills m.iiii " ■ *
very lony. ...
.iV  I'
Mi
limn
-.11   il.mr   u it'.
II    .Mill   I    11-*
-U
Xot   n   tiOfll"   CoikIju'Ici-;
'.'Well, sir." rciimrked  l!i<> ubservniU
passenger.'"arfci',"'\\,:ii'(c-lifiVu; ihe"cond;!• t-
or collect eivlit- fares' nm! rins: up live-
:'yon   need   d%\->'V   lie. nfi.nid   of   being.
struck by l:g!ili;;:ri "
''Why   notV  !::-kri
[ilOyec.
"Recnuse." n<pUi"'d the ob^e'rvtint passenger, "it is ovidi'iH you are nol &
frood coiidiictor."-riiUadeJt)hia Press.
jVo  Clinnpre.
"Glad to see you.  .Mr.—Mr.—.let me
-ep." said' .he, affable  host, extending
. his 'i!':iiid."'<'Voiif name is—I liave such"
a wretehed-memory for-names—Smith
ors, is if hot?"'
i Now, this.h;ul happened three or foui
times,-and the guest liad grown tired
of it,
Stranger. ■ Thon'K-lit
"VVim Plenty.
|  For 50- miles   pursued  and   pursuer
•had "kept'tit about thesamo'distanceas'
they  flew over the-trackless  prairie
Now. and then., que ha.d gained oi' lost,,
but the "race had hecome one of endurance instead of speed.'   At last aii hour
before"„stinset the face "of the pursued'
began to lose its hopeful expression- as
he felt his horse giving way.under him.
He pressed .borne the cruel spurs, and
the beaten animal seemed infused with
uew'lifc,  but it'was'only'for a few
ttiinutes.-, - . •     "    - -   ' "■'   "    - -   " •■
"I am doomed^','--he exclaimed in despairing .accents.-as his.failhful.-hor.se
staggered.again. .     ,,_..!_,
"*• From behind him came fiendish yells
of rejoicing.      "     ' '   "'        "' '
Another "mile,* and the horse'of the
pursued sank. down. In his tracks, and
his rider stood-with folded arms and ?
defiant look ou his face to wait the other's coming'., ^-'. ''   •'       '- - -   -  '
;"So I've-.got you!" said the pursuer
as he'rode up .and dismounted.
* ',«You have." __ _ \   \,  ^
A "You know me to be the-sheriff "of
.Cold Chuck?"' -*"
° "I do."           -.-...        •    •    .
"And that 1 never let a man escape
me. This forenoon as.,you rode through
our town I shouted to you.''" * '" ' ""
< "Yes. You-recognised me-as Dandy
'.Jim, the'road.agetitrbut.I-hoped-to out-,
run you." .,     , .._.        „   _.
"I did nothin of the -kind.    I asked
you  for a' chaw of 'tobaccof'an'd yo"u'
-was so dui'ued mean about it that I've
follered, you 50 miles-to show.you-what
sort.of a man 1 am.   Do you chaw?".„.
"Of.course.I do."
"Andwill you give me a" chaw?"  "
.  "With the greatest of pleasure."  'As
'my horse is dead I do not see how I
can go back with-you.'"-'
'.'No one wants you to."
'.'But didn't you follow on to arrest
me?"   * * •   * "   *     --
- "Not by a,blamed.sight. I follered
on, to make you hand over that chaw I
asked for, and you jest let this be a
warnin to you. Next time you ride
through Cold Chuck" and 1 yell for" a
chaw you want to. come right down
with half-a plug." M. Quad."
WoTklntr'Tn" Her Own Time"..'.. :2*
, '.'It took uiy servant two hours today
if clear up the lunch dishes,"'said tho
hidy who was dining out. "Your girl's-
a jewel. She ha.3 the .dinner dishes all
'.viished, aud it's scarcely 15 .minutes,
jjiice we linished."
,''Yos,"-isaid' Mrs.   Hauskeep;   "she's
grit 'this   evening  off."- ■ ,"   • '
Mother Graves' Worm Uxt6riainutor-baa'
th?  largest sale of any similar preparation
sold in Canada.   It always gives satisfaction
hy'LTbloring health to tho little folks.
A   Frenchman  has invented a tobacco
i ni'pp which has a whistle in the stem, -ip
f.riler tc> enalile the smoker'to'summon .a .
M\b   Without .taking   'he   P'P<"   from   hia0
■j'.Dnlh.    Tlie inventor thinks that  when"
tjis dovit-c shall he put upon (he'market
*.iio|»le   will   wonder, how   they  ever rgot
4!ong without it.
It  is  only necessary "to- read   the   testi- ■
monials to be convinced   that  Holloway'a
Corn Cure is unequalled  for tho removal of
corns, warts, etc.    It is a complete estin-1
grislier.
Whnt'She-Snld.;	
t Husband—Didn't you-teU'that cook I
.vanted my, u<?nkfnst right ori the,,tfiin-
vAe'> .. v' "
Wife-I'diil.    ' "':*
'/And wlrnt'did shesny?" -'■ ;
, "She said tliat.v.-p ail hnve our disapA
r-ohitnu-nts."    ,. .
"-'
."J- l  x   J\-
"Yes-, sir,""" ho 'replied;
er?."
'still '"Smitli
'l!>.(>   trusted   Pill-
JANKERS AND
BROKERS. ....
362 MAIN ST., ^WINNIPEG
\'iy_ ; ^u.m»; y
Stocks land bonds bought, sold nnd
carried   on •. margin.    lasted
.':,.. mining: stocks carried
GctlliiB- SIou>Kt.
"Mr Orestes Van Ham considers him-
8elt.tl."tfgrea{<>st actor on earth/' .■    ,   _
"1^ that so?" responded Mr. btorra-
ington  Harncs thoughtfully.    "He's ge-
„f/ strangely modest.    He 'used to confer himself the greatest actor that ever
lived."	
The  dilTerence   between   raising   boys
,ir!s is thatl! the mother of
scared to death
and  raising ,g> .
hovs doesn't stop being .-
when they hav cut their leeth.-Atehi-
ton   Globe.
Osier, Hinioi&M
;     BROKERS, ETC.,
Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg
Mr.T. J. Humes, Columbus, Ohio, writes:
"IhiDvo been ufllictcd for some time with
Kidney and Liver Complaints, and find Par-^
melee's Pills the best medicino for these di-*
seases. Thr,sorpills .do not'caij.se pain or
griping, and should be iised when a'cathartio
fs required." They arc'GelatineOonte'd,'and
rolled in the flour of Ircorice to preserve
their purity, and give them a pleasant, agreeable taste.	
,    How It  IIni>i>cuc<l.
"now. did Mr. Holdover get the rep-,
utatibii of being such a deep, intellectual person?"
"Well.".answered Farmer Corntos"sel.
"weAall tijStoned to, his speeches,fail'we
jedged by his actions that he understood every word:be was sayin. We
concludoil from 'that'that lie must be a
most extraordinary smart man, so we
didn't ilay.eV no ^uiore"' Vords;vabbutAit,
but sent him' right along to'"congress."
•-Washington Star. ■'.•'■'A
I A   "TACrANfA "BELIANOE. CIGAR
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THE TRiCKYTURK:'"^   '
MINAP'S LINIMENT Cures DanW
0        Youthful Purlxt'n  Correction.
"Mamma, mamma," sho cried, "Tommy's making' faces at me!"
"Ain't doing anything of the kind,"
retorted the boy." *   '
"Why, Tommy," corrected the Indul-
geut parent,."I saw you myself."   .
"No, you didn't." -persisted tho boy'.
"I couldn't make a face if I wanted to.
AH 1 did was to screw up the ready
made one I've got."
i... .There. is absolutely .'no
i risk; in ,p.u.r;p.h a si n g your
.watches;' - fine jewelry, .and
' silverware. f,r„om ,-us. » .We.
guarantee safe-.delivery; .we
prepay-charges an-d-^-cheer-'
fully- -refuhti-money-in full-'
if'desired.-. •"•   : '---  ;    '
Our'ri'ew and handsomely .
.illustrated catalogue will
' assist' you   very' materially '
/and may'be,h'ad"u'p6n appli-'
cation. ".   ' '
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T"     To Loan on improved farms at cur-   ?,
J      rent, rides.   Writo to        "' —   "t"
TxiuEs, Koiurssox &■ black,      *.
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Love  Vernns  IIoti.ioIcceplnBr.
Enraptured Lover—And uow, darling,
why may we not be married nt once?
Charming but Practical Maiden—Before the peach season is over? And have
you putting indelible stains on nil my
line new white tabic napkins with your
long mustache? I guess not. We'll wjii
till    November,   Arthur.'
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Money lent at lowest rates.  j   ■   .
Stocks and bonds bought and sold.
Railway and other farm lands in
Manitoba and N. W.-T; for sale.
Maps and folders sent on application. ,      ■-,•,,, '.A
Gait coal from Lethbndge.     .
Prices quoted to all railway points.
The kaiser sent a decoration to the suK
tan':'the other rlay for a birthday present.
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H'.WS  ���*$j&  ii i  _$$  H;- * '>-'  itf)1-  fUr", 1-1  Lit.*-   /a  "   t't!s,-������ *i  *c:   ,    *���,"*��� .s.tr  r  M>f$'i  '..fi^rf'  iiV't!"*'   ;  I-   lk ���"���U:  ���  I i'i'^itfii  * >      [i ITj    i   "J      A,  k     -' '5'';3' 1  p , ��" .���* ,"*t'Ki  M' /  . * Si-lj  '     ' 5? r  ii j*i i  f   ��i; i  i1     i  !',( '"  -i^>^.-5^^v^7-.'^i^^J��;t*^��*e��^  notrsrryjessfifiexaBeai  ' LOCAL 'WEWS.  iijth   is   as yet con/incd to  'i,-". D. I-fopo U'as in Foil Steele   this  veek.  Peto   oil  ,'.is room.  O. Jackson Smith nt tho hall tonight  ,:'ua for nil.  Q?ho west bound prsscngru' train Vv'as  Advice h a  piece   cf -2  ��r. \iourz !ate Tuesday.  jj'oatlie tho  druugiat of Oranbroolr  Avp.s hi tho city Thursday,  L. A, Eioke'is of Kaslo ia ia   tov7ii  Rooking after in teres fi in Moyie.  . Take a look at the fine new stock of  grooeiies at lleid, Qampbell & Cos'   '  t- - I. - .  A dollar spent in Moyie will  eventually find its way baok to-your pocket  ,   " ,,-igaiu. ' '  Tho two a'ore3 erected by D. J,  -Elmer, are recfiiving their hiot.coafc of'  paint:'  Mr" Van Decar of the Boyal hotel of  ypranbrook was   seen   on   our streets  Friday. '    -  Miss Ida. Hawkins visited Cranbrook  4'uesday also the fission hospital  4vli'i)e',thei:g.      ' - '"        ���  o u  ' , Mrs. M., Iv. Hollistor retuined from  ihoihospital Tuesday very much improved in health.  J.il, Eisner will open up a short  prder. restuarunt in the Lako Shdre'  Addition in a few daye.  ��� \V.  L.   Keid   has been for thc past  jveek   making   a   (rip   f.Jirought ~ the |  -Northwest Territories.  O. Jackson Smith, comedian, will  give an entertainment at the hall this  Jsvcnine..    Don't miss it.  Clarance Washington, the popular  .musician of .Cranbrook, was in the  pity Friday and Saturday.    .  Fred Smyth is- reported much better "'and is expected . home fron} the  liqspital tomorrow or nest day.  The pew depot is receiving a new  poat of paint and the carpenter s haye  -just about finished their work.  Remember the Methodist pie social  pp. the Mth. It is to be the largest  ^flair of the season, pon't miss it.  The Quadrillg Club dancp was  well,  ftttended la_pt,night and  an   enjoyable  4-ime jB-speriencBtj by thspartjo'panta,  ��� MacEaohern & Maodonald have received a full line of canned goods, of  3.II sorts and are stocking up their  'ptore in every way for the winter.  "���     i  Rev. W. G. Mahon organized a  Methodist Sunday school on 'Sunday  last with tho following officers: Supt.  Rr J.'Caldwell, Sec. Miss Lulu Crow.e,  Teachers Mr. Caldwell, 'Mrs. Charles  _King aud Mrs. Townsend. The school  '���svill moet at 3 pm. next Sunday,  ,u.��Ui'y   thor*  .o_J_j,"hIy onjoypd hj�� ilfep^.o iA.-hpgiv5.6ft,  MAI the nsnerman' who could avaii  themselves vvitli z boat vrcre o.ut on  the lake Tuesday, it being the finest  day we have had for several weeks.  D. J. Elmer, who has recently erect-  ed two new store buildings, ha�� rei"itod  one to E. J. Cann of Fort Steel who  will put in a stock of wallpaper, notions, etc. .Still they come. , "Lefc tho  good work go on.     '    ',  '  ��a Rochefoucauld said that some  marriages are good, but that none  are delicious. If yours is good, rejoice, return thanks and .remember  that with all its faultp matrimony has  a great redeeming "feature; it's respectable. '       .  The proprietors of the jhotels in  Moyie have formed a protective association. In the future any one who  leaves a hotel without clearing his  board   or   bar;bill will find it difficult  f f  to secure lodging elsewhere. Any one  not paying up his account in reasonable time i will be blacklisted and all  hotels notified, not only in this town  but in pther parts qf Uig district as  we'll.  Kreaw^^i^^ir^arwc^^iTmciftaat.  ftfflWWW  KANSAS HAS THJS GALL)'  se&fs .&a Otfees-" states its iPaoeMc^  - 6aff Ho��3eei  3g5^5    Q    "3os��ei2aa3a    ofi    2J*��a-a  Btata. WSM5 OJainsa ir^ssaetifl '  Bafl   jJGo��j->-,'Jtff3.u3   as  ' Wativ��>a,  -*-�������-  Noijice co Creditors.  , Notice is hereby given that D. L.  Bullste'n formerly,jeweler at Moyie on  "STov. 3, I^OOgranted an assignment<jn  favor of his creditors/ All parties having claim*against his ostato and those  indebted'to him will please communicate with ' Lewie Thomson, N. P.*  ' . Moyie'11, 4,  1900. Assignee.'  Auction Sale., , f.  There will be a pubiic auction today at 2 pm. at the residence of Mr.  Guldsong. A lot of household goods  will be disposed of., Constable Barnes.  �����-��-��-  1 Oteri". of 3"luvnks. '"  I wish tp thank all'those who ten d-.  ered   their  k'nd services in1 rny behalf  during my repent illnes3 apd especially  Dr. Higgins for his   kind   and   proper  attention. ' A. Stephansan.  t Sgliool Koito^i,' ' a  The following ��� ar.e the names of  those who were highest,in their clas*  sos for the month of October;  Fourth   class,   1   Frad Pollard and  Elliott Crowe equal. 2 Erna "Neiderstadt  3rd class 1. Lloyd   Crowe  and  Nprbefc  Meiderstadc equal 2, Florence Harper.  2nd class 1, Eben Bremner 2, Marjory  Pollard.    1st class* 1, Cleveland '-Dill' 2,  Frank. Ferplgia 2nd Pr. 1  YJiUie   Gol-  song and Willio Walsh equal 2, Arthur ���  Crowe.    1st Pr. 1. Alfred   Caldeton" 2,  Russel   Hawke,   Chart   class   1. Bell  Whitehead 2, Carl. Nelson.    '  A. W. Sutherland, Teacher.  "Speaking ol' tils reooi-d oS Joe  Patoho^' ti.o Saasa^ horse, 60 yoii'  kdowr'* sold a Sanaaa horseman and  _rool ositoto ageatj-'Hhat Koasoa ia th��  grreateaib' natural- horse oountry in tho  'world?' Talk about AgrablaJ ,*>Vhy, it  simply isn't ia it' with Kansas.' If you  could trace the ancestry of' oU tho  nqte<i horsey of the world yoii would  irun 'em back finally/ to this cpnntry.  It'fl the climate and water that gives'  ���'em the wind ancl speed."*     ,  f'Hov? about "Pegaaua?*" asked a sal-  lowKttmplejdoiJOd professor-looking  nian, vvho wore epoctaclep and talked  with' 0 Boaton-Seaa aocent,  "What waa his stocks Homblotonian  or Kentucky Whip?*' aaked the Kansas  horseman,, who hadn'* heard of Pe-  gaeua, and waa evidently spareing1 for  wind; '       " '  ''Peg-asus," replied the profoosor, as  he deliberately wiped his spectacle��,  "waa the noted .flying steed captured by  Bellerophpn, the son of Olaucus, wliile  quenehingr ite thlre^b at a celebrated  spring."1 ���   ,    ' ' ��  "Oh, yes,'t eaitj" the Kansas horseman^  brightening, "recollect all about It now.  That spring was down hero at Gouda,  Sumner county.   BeGt water for horses  I ever saw.   Wild horses used to come  100 miles to drink that water.   Didn't  knqw that feller Bellcrophon personalty, but heard of him often.    Think I  met him once when he was bringing up  a herd of horses from Ttexas.   Boys used  to call hini ,'Beiler* because he talked  loud.    You  could  hear him al".  over  town when he called for a drink.   He'  was something of aAblbw, but ho knew  the points of a horsey all right.*'  .."How about Bucephalus?" asked the  professor, as soon as he recovered from  his first shook of surprise, ���   ��  "Don't just call the horse to mind,"  said the Kansas "horseman,' knitting his  brows "in thought. "When did he make  his record?"  "He was the wild horse that was  broken to ride" by. Alexander, after'he  had ��� thrown the most expert equestrians of Philip's, court," responded the  professor, with' an expression' that  plainly indicated, "I-have him now." "  "Why, . of  course,'! said the Kansas  horseman.      "Ought to  have remembered that'before.   That horse UBcd to  run in a herd that ranged between the  Pan Handle and where Wichita is now.  Used to range down on the Pea vine  flats, in Sumner and Harper counties,  nearly every �� summer.   Seen him many  a time,'   No question but!wliat he was  born" down in,the southwest part of  the state.   Finest wild horse I ever saw:  Had  a mane that camo down to his  knees ,and when he smelled danger you  could'hear him snort half a mile.   That  fellow Alexander that broke him���let's  see���what was hiB first name?   Well,  sir, he could ride anything that wore  hair, but he mighty near had to give  in when he struck that horse.   I understand that he told some of the boys  around town that he wouldn't tackle  another job of that kind for a hundred  dollars. . As I was saying .there is just  no  end to   the wind and nerve of a  Kansas-bred horse."       ���   WHAT  ANfMAUS   SHY  AT.  fills taken  A remarkable .  j,3fy }w reported from Fecamp,  body of a man wnc found recently in the  Rue de "VaJmont, and after tho usual  formalities wnsi buried 'aij that of an octogenarian named Godefrey.    Two  of  Godefrey's daughters attended the funeral.    When they rpturned home they  nearly died of terror at finding their  father sitting at his usual place near,  the fire.. The shrieks of ,the women,  who thought they saw a ghost, brought  In the neighbors'.   The error was duo  to a remarkable likeness between Godefrey and ihe man vvho had been found  JOSEPH "SE-t-OEKSTADT, Prop.  1 ( (  Lager beer.sold  by the Keg or dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock....  o     ,  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  GO  TO  THE  t     ,       i tA        <L '  For your outfit.    The .'largest stock in  ��� - '   -    ,.    East Kootenay. .'   ''  ' ���    - ��� '    <     '  oKEID &CO.,  ��� Ckanbroojs. B. C.  To beat the quality and price  of our" liquors; Agents Giant  Powder Co.? Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlitz Brewing Co.  i ['  '      1'/ 1    > l  WBITE DSFOB.PBIOES,  ! Fort Steele Mercantile Company, Ltd.  '������    I, II J  JACOB P, FINK, Mg-v  &����&��5gS*:5QB^��2g2e25  -���M&?  GOUKT JUOYI15.  No. 1003. '  ' Meets ou tho first aufl  bird Thursday of eiicli(  inon;J-|.   Visiting bretls-.  ren iuvltcd co attend.  SMYTW, C'R.   ���   -LEWIS THOMSON. F. S.  s. j: whitcomb  House painter, grainer,  glazier" and paperhanger.  All' work on perfect surface guranleed. Prices according' ' to quality and  stock required '  WILDEY LODGE NO. 4.4:  Meets every Monday eyening in "their  hall on -Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Wholesale   and  B-etail Butchers,  Moyie, B.jC,  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  By Sending Your Work To tlio  K. A. SMITK, N. G.  A. T. .IfKN^EDY, TREAE.  , P. 1. M00HK, It.  S.  F. J. BJtYTH, K. S.  SHOPS   AT  iuj  PHILIP'C0N11AD, Peop.  Moyie    Miners'   Union  T /''. ' INTO. 71.    ���  r ' r  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.'   Sojourning-   members  cordially, invited to'attend. ,  are  Moyie," ,    Fort Stock  Cranbrook Pernie Wardnei'  H. HA'JDiiiocK,  President.  P. T. Smyth,,  Secretarj  GOOD WORK.  PRICES  REASONABLE  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  ���r.  :ing uniformly and perfectly,  vdU  uasxOS siie  light and beautiful,  a waste' of  and eggs. .*  ano.  Caz  ana  ��3  SI  .e always  re is never  gar,, butter''1  money 'comes  an  savin  a-savin  :he  of." the family, and that is the greatest  PRICE BAKING  POWDER CO.,  6HIQAGO,  Note.���Many mixtures, made in imitation of baking  powders, are upon the market. They ifra  sold cheap, but are dear at any price, because ihey contain alum,- a sorrosive poison.  0om�� of the UJneiona tspxa WMg&l They  ��uffo&-  Young horses, can be led up to a aaok  lyiri^ on the ground oiicl'tnduoed to pasa  i't by AlettiDg- tliena smell it and find out  that it really ia g. ea^li', and not the Protean thin#, whatever "it may'be, which  illusion conjurep up for them.   Once  .the writer saw a very jjuiok and pretty  instance of experiment by touch made  by a frightened" pony:   It was   being'  driven as leader hi a pony tandem, and  stopped short in front of where   the  rails of a steam tramway crossed the  road.   It first smelled the near rail, and.  then quickly gave it two taps with its  hoof.   After this it waa satisfied, and  croflsed the line.' On the other hand, a  donkey always tried to jump the shadows of .tree trunks on the road, though  a similar experiment of touch   would  have shown that theso wero as unreal  as the tram rail was 'siibatcntial.   Lastly, no horeo which haa onoo knocked  its head ag-akisi, tbo top of Ratable doorway &eerne quite able to get rid of the  illusion that there sita up in the top of  all doorways on invisible   something  which will hit him again nest time ho  goee through.   Efcuca the troublesome,  and    sometimes   incurable   habit   of  horees "jibbing" when taken out of the  stable.  This is an obvious instance of tho disadvantage at which most animals stand  in regard to meane of physical experiments. The horee, for instance, needs  only feel the lintel to find out that it is  fixed and does not move, and is not alive  ond waiting to hit him. But except Ida  lips, which ure ^oneitivo, ho has no  member with which he can make thio  experiment. Except the elephant and  the monkey, most of the "bJ��-her" ani-  mals suffer from this lock of tho means  of experiment. The wonder ie, not that  they suffer from-Illusions, but that they  make so few gu3take3.-~Spectator.  In the life of a modern business community a man must beware of too much  wisdom,' says the.'Chautauquam The  specialist is the man vvho succeeds and  having once set his hand to an occupation one dare never leave it under penalty ,of failure in what he has chosen dis  his life -work. In the west all this was  different. Versitility was a necessity,  The successful mail must know how to  do many things^ The gleanings of any  one field'of activity-were too. small to  afford a'living of themselves. This fact  was accepted' by the citizens of the  country, sometimes with u ||rrim humor I  which; marked the west.      !���'  CHAS.[|P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and , '  Embalmer.  Graduate ofgCharripion College of the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture 'repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph' and  mail orders promptly attended'to.  Cranbrook.  Moyie Eoard:. of. Trade  Meets in the Moyie school  o *  house on the first Wednesday  evening of each month' at  '8 o'clock eharp.'  v-  J. P. Farrell, Preg.  A. P. Macdoxald . A. T. CiyARk,  Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  x��T��z:    " - ���* ,jA.v?^a'TT'i'aP^  ���J3h��i fj. Stctscn Go-  J. J. MUKPHY   & pp/S,  STORE, arOYIK, B. G.  B.  C.  ajK^^vm^axm^taKatmMMumjum  and Bp.o Lin^.  MEEC1IANT   TAILOR,  Stylish  Young  Men's  Wear.  Made Suits.  Tailor  A.    E.   HigHARD^ON.  Hauling and Draying.  Wood for Sale.  Moyie,  B. C.  Soptii Victoria Street,  Hloyie, B. O.  JOHV   UA.UKJSU,   I>.   P.    ^.,    E..    ��.   ���>  C  C'  >    '. BJBKTJfSTo  Office and Eesidencc ' CltANCROOI  FAMOUS  U  ���>JK  I  J??  Still continue to operate Pirst-  ClaeB Sleepers on all trnins from  Keveletokc and Kooteney landing,  Also Tourist   ears   passing   Dunniore  Junction daily_foiJ3t.J[JaiiI.   Saturdays  for Montreal   and   Boston,  Mondays  and  Thursdays   for   Toronto.    R.-uiio  irs pass Eevelstobe one   day   earlier.  If you oannot brini. your >  washing, send it  to  tho  MOYIE LAtWDRY  i.  FRIGES REASONABLE.  LEE & IHOKEY.  itt��**ecjTWMKj^M__iia<j_urjecjcsnran��ag3��M<Hwri^^  C&S-:  flotograpny  I ~***��*3iS'i��*f��ii?*  No trouble to quutc rates and  give you ,a pointer regarding tbq  eastern trip you , contemplate  taking. : ':  A      DAILY  Westbound ar.  8:<15 a. m.  TRAIN.  Eas'tbound ar.  3:09p,mA  Apply for Rntes, Maps, Time Cards, Tlcltcts.and  Full Inlorinuttou to Nearest Local  Agent;  T. B. Smith, Agent, Moyie.  W.F. ANDERSON,    '  T.P. A. NoJt'OuV  E. J. COYLE,  A.G. P. A., Vancovcr  t  Cln-i.-.tniad    is   coming.     (Ji't  your i>icnirt'8   taken   1.0  Ki'ind  Jionu;.     PJtES'J".   Ilio jMiurfi,  gra_>lier, will visit Moyie   on  eacii    ' Saturday .������'������..���Ii'liinbligiu  .pictures taken at  tlio.-Moyii-  or at   your,   room   or   lionse.  Leave  your  order;',   at once.  ���''������ No titno to delay.  .    /Brest '&.v'-Oo.,-..';.  '    rhotogrnplicrs!,  Oraubrook,    Moylc,     Fort Socio.  Will Visit Moyie on  Tuesday and Wednesday.  Prices Given  and   Ordern  fn  X&u on  Everything*''  in tlie .Printing;  ."Line, at.'the  US  m��<nAKuanniltt\ttiaiiiK>!' -  Ir-motiri'.fvcHW.faoi-'yi-v

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