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 li-.  r-   r.f  H.i����� .i  tr.���"i* ��'  , 1    I -;  y    .     .r-  .,  ���'J   "'i  L,  .... M  ^  a V-! ,i   t -i   j-g  ���5  Ai   . M  ��*tn_f^  i -I       ^  AKiOSS _b5*_:si_2_-  {A  pi  8&$ [I* $ ko  ��7 I  r-} -��  L   .  i.   1  l .-  fV0L. 3i NO. 29.  MOY]  r��� ���  _*_���r  :K, R. G,. NpVEMBER 3,1900.  ����A  YKAh  ?v  /'I  A&J'A&''S&'.,<&.,*&       A.f?,    g,.  ��t��* *<J**^����/>t." -v.-,,- v���_. v"  iderwear," Blankets,  ���-'.i--.^>��  fJijVi  Eackmaw Coals  j ^^-ci^  A FAIL  Shute Gave Way in the  Lake Shore Min  te.  rV  Examine our slock  men's underwear  , oil coats  "    , .  top shirts  "     , " " fall suits  DRY GOODS.  i  See   our large assortment of. blankets  " " ladies' underwear  "      '    "     "        wrappers  " ,"   < "     dress goods  "    ���.     " of carpets  aRQCEMES,, BOOTS AOT>   SHOES,  If  ti  It  ti  ii  it  /'���Is  &  Ik  BEZD, CAMPBELI& CO-  i  %  S^&gbgtg&^gbg^g&sUeu&. &&��&& &&<��>  >57^  *��s��:  Tlfg' -CANADIAN  BANK   OF  COMMERCE.  1 i ' ' '   '    i '    *  Paid Up Capital, S6,000;GGO<  CRANBROOK-BRANCH. J. W. HJ SMYTHE, MGR  ' TS'. A. Mackenzie, Pronrietor.  >, - r   -        ' ���*���       o  Ihe   Hotel for; the  masses.   Everything First  in every   respect.    Sample Booms for  Commercial-Men*    <  ��OYX��,  British Columbia.  t-�� s* ,^.J^.^.J&.j^>A4&'A^.At&.jar>^.j&'ji&'^'^'*&tj0'*j&r'je*.j<s'.*&'> ^.^.^/sr.ii'A)  ifi. ~j^-r>-^gs��Sca>^3>-yc�� ge>-.iiii��   ���|.1l*Jg��g!��^!^^'&^g^g''*^:'>���^��g!>?gB'>gB>^g:s>tgB^ So^��aasrf*_y'.  to "^ ��� vdk'Xss.- ,��lJsl���'^fe.���>a��.��� ,,*^���,^l!b.���-^l^���>^���>^���v^^���'^>k*>I^���>^���>^������^^���-^^���N>^ ^'������^��.,,<5Ii-f__o'  A��  rrop.  Large sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of 'accommodations.  (ft  Headquarters for Commencia! and Mining Men,  4  MOVIE, B. C.  QTJEEN-  AVENUE, ��� ' ���' ���,  IS?  r<2$&&\ ?&S��S!a��&  Thomas W. Jllunn, a m<nor Iii(*the t,ake  .Slior�� ^line Js Crn/slicd to UeatJi Ijy  Falling Ore.  On Friday evening, October 20, at.  9 o'clock isi'the morning a serious and  fatal accident occurred in' the No. 1  tunnel of tbe Lake Shore mine when  the main shute gaye way crflugbing a  miner named Thomas W. Munri to  death. Dr. Higgins wag immediately  call lo the spot' but the man waa beyond all earthly help, Tho remains  were removed- to the Aloyic Hotel  where an inrjuost was held ou Saturday by Coroner Armstrong of-Fort  Steele; the jury of whom D. J. Elmer  was chosen foreman returned a verdict  of accidental death by Ihe bursting of  a shute and the falling.of ore;  The body . was taken in charge by  the Moyie Miners' Union. , Funeral  Director C. P. Campbell, ol Cranbrook  supplied the casket and embalmed the  body. , The funeral of the deceased  took rilace on Tuesday, October 30, at  2:30 in the afternoon.  The ^liners' Union, turned out in  full strength ,lo the meeting at their  hall at 1:30 pm. and' from there marched to the Moyie hotel, marshaled by  Bro.. S. J, Marsh,  'The religious servicej were conducted by the .Rev, Mr. Gxegg assisted,  by tho Ilev, W, G. Mahon, and held  outside the Moyie hotel under the  blue canopy above. With slow"; heavy  tread the long column of men marched1'  up'totfie high'sidewalk in double file,  and then tier efter iinr was formed until all'stood .with uncovered heads,, in  front of the" casket. There was'a deep  silence throughout the entire assemblage and an expression "of sorrow and  sympathy written On the face of every  one. The demonstration of that duty  which -we owe to our fellow* beings, the  honor which we place in all that is  right because it is right, the sSered  thought of a higher power and of religious principles were maintained by  one aud-all; and it was with rapt attention with which these loi'al minors  arid ciliztos listened to" the singing anil  impressive iJklressAs and prayers delivered by the ministers und assistants.  Beautiful flowers were laid upon tlie  casket which was -a very .Inindsome  one, and nothing was spared lo make  tho funeral an impressive ifad honorable one. The" remains were'taken to  the Moyie cemetery west of town  -where at the close of the services by  Rev. Gregg, tho Miners' burial eervice  was read by President H. H. Dimock  and the coffm covered wi'h evergreen  as a last tribute to one of their number. It waa without a doubt one of  the largest funerals ever held in East  Koolenayy about 160 miners being  present besides a large gathering of  citizens, All work was suspended at  the St, Eugene mines for the afternoon,  am! a copy hr. sent to the   local  paper  iVr publication and' that  they be in-  bribed on the records of this Unioh.  ,JI. H. Dimock, President,  8. J. Marsh, Sec, pro tern.  Moyie Miners' Union, Oct'30.  No. 71, W, F. TsT.  Wo, the members of Moyie" Miners'  Union in session assembled,  Resolved, That we as a body extend  to the citizens of Moyie who so kindly  assisted ua in the last Bad ritos to our  esteemed brother T, W. Munn, our  heartfelt thanks.  H. H. Dimock. President,  8. J, Marsh, Sec. pro tern.  1JJ  rm' 7  ill  m  ��!/;  i!i<" 'divor.o i"d in 'O'!  ply wan   that  ���the  JLoofcing H,  Many  p.f\.  "���'Air  Lie  TV*.-.  )0  tves.   <L.  ^'< sell suits to mon that will wear,  V-Aj poll boots and shoea for men  at  ���- J-.1CC3.  ~jy, ,  \  ���MlA  '������ roll   ha*(3   and  caps for men,  I '*olors, correct styles,  '-*   sell   hose   for   boys   made of  "b fingering wool,  '  'oil boots rthd shoes for boj'3 and  unequalled for prico  in tho  city.  ''"���'' sell  kuce pants  for  boys   that  '^H wool.'-'   y.  '' A ; '  ,, A\'ic sell moi-e  goodf-  --toro?-j in, town.. A"..'  than anv  two  Wo sell ready made skirts for ladies  made from New York styles, ,  We   sell   hdsiery   for  spliced heels and toos.  ladien   with  Wo sell hosiery lo girls in  all sizes.  Wo soil   tlio   best  uudor  ladies ever offered for tho price:  vest  for  We sell (fannr.lcttes, prints, art  mu si ir. n, art Baleens, Val luces, giug-  haipa, tabic- linen.  A\Tc pay;,;caeh for good, and buy  them cheaper than others.  ������ '..-���'"   ���"���/-��� -.' '���' ��� ���������:���'���  ^1  nP 1  '<AVJ %xr J  ChW  .1  ���������C5i.-.VNU--fi.  Maeddna.  What is death, Oh, what ia death,  'Tis fllumber to the weary.  'Tl3 rest to tfe&forlora,  Tis shelter to the dreary  'Tis peace admist tho storm.  Whereas, It has pleased Almighty  God in hia allwiee providenco to remove from our milfkt On Friday, Oct.  20, 1900, our beloved aud respected  brotlicr Thomas W. Munn, and  Whereas. By theueath and removal  from this world of our beloved brother  this Union has lost a steadfast, true  aud loyal member, bo it  Resolved, Tin's Union mourns the  loss of our deceased "brother who has  thus been struck from our midst by  the grim destroyer whilst in- the prime  of li^and health ancl this Union extends its sympathy to the bereaved relatives oi our deceased brother, be it  A Resolved further, That a copy of  these resolutions be presented to the  nearest relative of our deceased brother  .j.H>- ha Wee;  Bagsago n'nd E:'preas Delivered to  ?iuy part of tha towiij.  : " Moyie Miuers' Union^ Oct. 30  Sfo.71, W. F. M.  We, the members of Moyie Miners''  Union in session assembled        '    , -  Resolved, Thai we as a body extend  to Messrs. Johnston Br03. proprietors  of the Moyie hotel our heartfelt thanks  for tho kind manner in which they  treated us during the time that the  remains of our beloved brother T. W.  Munn were resting underneath^their  roof. ' H.H.,Dimock. President,  S. J, Marsh, SeCi pjo iem.   ��_��-��������-���  . , ( .     'i  '   Victoria's'Grantl^on Bead.  London, Oct. 30.���A' dispatch received here from Pretoria announces  the death from enteric fever "of Prince  i  Christian Victor of Scheswig-HolBtein  eldest son of'.the Princess , Helene oi  England iand a grandson of Queen Victoria. He was born in 1867 and was a  major in the King's Royal rifles."  Tbe announcement of Prince Christian Victor's death was.withheld from  publicity by. specialdesire of the queen  andthc prince of Wale's to avoid casting a glooinon the city imperial volunteer  festivities. -  t-& A ���   _  .,    ,     A Noiv Xrinnel. 4  tA hew tunnel which will be one of  thelongest on the line, of,the ??Iiole  system -Of the C.P.AE. ma�� be built on  tho line of the Crows Nest Pass near  Fernie. Seyeral contractors * are said  to be figuring on the work. The tunnel is of about 1000 feet in length and  is about third ia the list, of long tunnels on this continent. It run's  through a long spur in a mountain  and its construction will save several  miles of roundabout'travel now ran  by the train's on this line. ���  I*nn Into, n allele*  A bad wreck occurred last week on  the Crowfc Nest road. An extra'  freight westbound ran into a big rock  slide four miles east of Creston at a  point where ftie embnnkment is 100  feet high. When the engine struck  the slide she left the track and plunged  down hill taking three cars along. The  cars were reduced to splinters and the  engine was badly wrecked. Engineer  Brock was badly cut about the head  and his fireman had a narrow escape.  The Cranbrook emergency train reached the scene of the wrec^ quickly and  trains were delayed only a few hours. -  Katlyos Suffer.  The Bev. Father John B. Bene, in  charge of the Roman Cotholic missions on the Yukon, ^has arrived in  Dawson with a terrible story of the  sufferings oi the natives in the valley  from an epide.-ncc of a mysterious disease resembling a combination of  pneumonia, measles and typhoid fever.  At Holy Cross mission 70 out of 150  Indians died in less than two months.  Famine nov/ threatens those remaining  as the natives have not been ablo to  lay up supplies of fish aud game for  the winter. The plague has been i  general all along tlie river, and along  the coast of thc Behriug sea and  thousands ol natives have died and  many inore will dio irom thp disease  itself or the starvationfollowing. in its  train:". - <  '     -A.��A,.    ,    ,      |.-,3 �� ~  ������  .iiletlhnrat; Koari-ostoiS.:  F.M. Medhurst, charged at Oran-  brook last week with; embezzlement  and admitted to bail in _bonds.' of �� 1,-  500, was. rearrested on a second charge  of embezzlement. The C. P. R. officials were dissatisfied with the way in  which tho case wa3 handled ancl swore  out a new warrant on Sunday before  E. A. Crease, stipendiary magistrate.  Tbo preliminary examination waa  held 'a t Gran brook Wednesday,  His FIj-?t amj Second Wife, az-u BolH at  tho Trial. Prisoner MaUos a Stirring'  Appeal for Clemency.  - , <  When the second week of the fall  assizea^opened at the vcourt house on  October 22, Wm. R. Hocking wa3 put  in tho piisonor's box to answer the  charge of bigamy, the' charge' being  preferred by his, second wife, Jean  Montgomery,'it being alleged that, he  had'been previously married to Winnie Ruth in 1895, ut Salt Lake City,  Utah, aud that his first wife was still  living and not dh/brccd from him.  Deputy-Attorney-General McLean and  A. M. Johnson of Nelson appeared for  the Crown and R. J. , Hannington for  the prisoner. '    <-,  The case for the Crown was simply  an' effort to prove that both maariage  ceremonies had beon porformed' in the  ordinary manner 'ami that each was a  valid celebration of the ' marriage ritual, excepting in so far as the first interfered with the second. The defense  endeavored to show that the prisoner  when the second marriage took place'  had every reason to believe that the  decree of divorce which his first wife  had applied for had long since been  granted' and, that lie had a perfect  right to jtnarry .again. /Jfliis would  prove no criminal intent and consequently no crime. _ It wss brought out  by the Crown that the prisoner had  told hia0sccQntl wife previous to the  ceremoney that he had not boon married and that his parents were dead,  while as a rnatte'r of fact they are still  living. '  The first witness was Mrs. Winnie  Ruth Hocking, the first wife. She deposed thut" sheTiad been married To the  "prisoner, that he-led a dissipated life  and in 1898 she 'and he decided to  'separate and she with hor two children, the issue of the marriage, returned to her parents' home at Salt Lake  City. Sometime later, in Dscember oi  IS98,,she had written letters to Hocking's parents abouc divorce but net  until April Uiio year did she take", any  definite step, and at that time, the entered proceedings. She did not think  they were   yet   fully   divorcad.   o Mr.  -fir y  t-. .r-.o h;i��:  granted. Voting upon these let cor.  he had married J.-jan Montgomery in  perfectly-/ood f.-i'-h. Ife was to:-, i ui  isOi' :iuil ���\';��u",.-l -Io'ii jAniny to o ^'.ifji.  bei pair). Tho two letters were fonno  by his wife, to whom he at one timo  said they were not his but subsequently explained them to her,  Jean Montgomery substantiated >tho  previous  evidence.    She ^was treat��?d  she 'said,   by   the   prisoner  as a wife  should be treated, and he  had  always  beon rno3t kind to her.     In  cross-examination Mr, McLean endeavored' to  bring ont something damaging regarding a letter the1 witness-had written the  prifconer that in conversation wilh Mr, _  McLean she had tried  to change,.h-;r ���  evidence given  at Moyie,   where   sho .  had not mentioned   the   two .letter.-!.  "You would not let me go   on," said.-  she to Mr. McLean, "for you evidently-  did not want to hear abont *t."'  Court a'djoufned at 12:15.  At 3 :30 this afternoon, W. R. Hocking, tried on a charge ^of bigamy wac  found guilty and sonteuced,. to three  years^imprisonmeiit.  A. Variety of Circumstances  combined to make the case  of   more  than ordinary interest and every  step-  was watched with  keen  attention   by  those who crowded the court room/  a  Tlie fact was established without  contradiction that in 1895 Hocking  married Winnie Ruth ' and that in  January last 'he 'married Jean Montgomery'at Cranbrook, and the case resolved into a questiori of bona' fidetf.  To secure an acquittal it was necessary  for the defense to establish that Hocking was innocent of c'rimirial Inter?J  when-he married Miss Montgomery-  cTo do thia the prisoner went into thty ,  witness box and .told an ingonioif.  story. After prating" from his wife a'r''  Salt Lake City he had moved frorii  point to point and was in Coloraifo during 189S.. Here s. .copy or,, iiie Salt'  Lake-Tribune fell into his hands' con-'  taining a' legal advertisement to thsr  effect that he had been .made thc defendant in a suit for a divorce instituted by Winnie Mucking, and that if.nJ  counter plea was entered within G<?  days the decree would be granted by  default,  Hocking   asserted   thai;  he ool< vry  action and thought tbo matter  of   his  first marriage was fdisposed  of.   Lutein 1899. he met Mis? Mont^ornory -suv  Manniugton submitted the values j   to | became utt .died   to hor.    To   [urthC;  a snarp crOoS-exunyr.anou ~^*...b  which some of the above fact? were  adduced.  Cristedton, an attorney of Salt Lake  ���XUity, was the nest witness. He deposed that the ceremony performed in  Salt Leke.City was regular and made  tho first witness and the prisonerT- man  and wife. He also stated that" he had  been acting^ as Mrs. Hocking's attorney  in her application for divorce, that on  the-^-ilh of Soptember this year the  courts had granted a decree, which,  however, was not yet issued rand ' that  the marriage'was notdissolved until it  was issued and signed by the judge.  Miss Mary Hocketfc of Cranbrook  testified that she was one cf the witnesses at tlio marriage cf Jean Montgomery to tho piisguer on January 12  this year. The nl&rriar<e was porformed in the regular way in Cranbrook  and as far as she.knew it was a valid  wedding. 'It was performed by Rev-  Smith of the Methodist church.  That constituted thc case . for the  CroWn and Mr. Ltanningtou asked for  the discharge of the prisoner on the  grounds that ' neither marriage was  properly proven and   that   the Crown  during Satisfy ins niiod he wrote two person it  fri#3db at f'alt L:iko City requesting  thorn ,to look up the'.records as to tho  divorce. Both' replied that the decree-  had gone through by default. ITo im '���  pediment seeming le exist he ,married"  the second time. A.month alter thc  wedding his wife found tho letters and  when put on the" witness'stand she'  corroborated this statement. In connection with these lefrers ft waS sigai-  fiaant that they could not be produced  nor had any mentiou ceen made of  tlioir cxistenueAtit thc preliminary  hearing at Moyie. The prisoner swore  he had other letters and paper's��bearing oa the case but thnt the dosfc-,-  mentshad bean stolen from him whfTg  in the "bull pen" during tho Coeur  d'Alenbs troubles and never returned  on his liberation. A damaging piece  of evidence was given by thc second  wife who testified at Moyie that Hocking onco said to her m a fit of passion ;  "You have no hold on me." The  prosecution held this statement in-,  dicated that Hocking knew his second  marriage was not  binding  and   there  fore bigamou-:.  The   princiup.1   witnesses  had failed to prove that at -tho time of; Crown were Minnie Hooking, tho fi.rdt  the second msrriago the prisoner was j wife, and Parley, P. Ch?is'cu;eu, ��r  aware that his .first wife 'wa^ still alive., i attorney, both of Salt Lake City.  Mrs.  j    Lookout for. tho   Methodist   ladies  i pio social oa tho l-lthiust-a  On these ..three points His . Lordship  ruled .against Mr. ^Hannington, who  then outlined his ��� defence, and ���'.called  bis'witnesses.,     , .". -. . ' ���  The prisoner, himself was the' first  called. He swore that in-. December,  1898, he received' iv copy of a paper in  which appealed a.legal advertisement  that his wife was going, to -sue for ��  divorce and- 'unless she- heard from  hint within sixty days tho decree would  bo granted by default. : He then described his various.movemeui3 arou'nd  the country.. Iu July, 1899 he wrote  to two friends in Salt 'Lake City asking'  the fa   to enquire   at   the   court  -���' (/  house there if his wife had obtained  Hocking was accompanied by her two  children and wag of most prepossessing, appearance. "Her evidence was  straightforward and detailed, tho facta,  leading up io the separation, from her  husband. ' She is self supporting and'���  is now seeking a divorce.'.'.Mr.' Chris-  tenser, testified as to tho legality,of. ihe  ii  first marriage and, stated that it tiait  not yet been��� dissolved,,  ������Mr. justice Walkexn.charged strongly agvinst the prisoner, his verbal ca.v  tigation being about as severe aa any  address ever delivered from tho bench.  The jury was absent fc-v a short tin...  only and returned a verdiot of guilty  (Continned on page two,}  a!  s  .-  e  ',/  f��  '<  >  i  . ^  'i  ��� $  i  >.  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EKtin & co.,  rulilicherg.  F.AVi"S OF SUBSCHIFTICN.  One Year...'  .J2.00  1  "' ���    SATURDAY,  NOV. 3, 1900.  ���p^m |iWMM_iBixi_oo_MgBit_-����__-p^^  - Wo'have frequently lieard of people  having "their * "ups" and .downs," of  'newspapef men 'running aw'fty 'with  'Some other fellow's' wife and of that  *!ndividualr'(Vho Is everlastingly'going  **to wipe'up the e'arth" with some editor,  ."but v/e have as ypfc 'to learri of'a "newspaper being issued from a hospital'and  ���" iiml'asr/ ilikt 'thiolsVhew'ye"*"^  ieliterary'&elh'.'"Four week  3\ve muct  in the  yentpre  'the main squeeze of this sheet "got it  into his head lo  take ' a rest   and   it  Dworripd liim sp'thafiio wap sent lb the  'hospital for  -  -Cojitimicfl- Krom'Kir'srrage-  'd'UILtV OF BIGAMY.  In reply to the querry ao to whether  he'h'ad anything to' say 'before pentor*c'c-  w'aa pr.CG3d Hbcjkfn^ difiSe tho heatedt  speebh pverMoliVered 'froio. the r_iri_bh-  er's bos in the court'house. "'"He dfged  his honor to deal'leniently  wjth'him,  maintaining stfeniious'ly that  he we.s  whollj'. gujitleco  of any  iiitenticn   io  break tho law'or wrong the v/oman who  had become"'his ' wife   at  'Cranbrook.  He was aiialdus to'have an Opportunity to sec Miss Montgomery before' be-  ihg taken to thp  penitentiary in order  to turn oyer what mcne^'ahil ^valu-  ables' he possessed' to   her and   -yquld  also, if the law perfiiit't^d, marry 'hbr  at" the  ^earliest 'possible   piBmeht' in  order   that   her 'unbora   child might  have a name.'       '        '' ���������',.������  Hockingis   remarks    were    peatly  worded and created a marked  impression.'   Thp   ^entbricp "oFthre'Q";^. ars'  imprisonment was then' passed   and  tho cace'closed.���.-K"elppn Tribmlp.  4��i^dWA.jrii��%;��ii4T i n-*,!'"i- ���   ����������  -h 3*4"T ,*.    i^ <>v u-i��   *    Jt^srs;'.   z.^*t*  =E<WWi,Ji- V..-��H3fr."l  osncit:  ir.-f ��� .-��������'  Bank p. Coranipr co Bldg,  gjiApBJioop,  g.P-  ,^v-t�����^ ^  vv; \-  FORT STEELE, B. 0  Harvoy, lEcCnrtor ft Alexander.  ,     FEEXIE.B". C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  still abide th;   then tho aomstant  quill       ,,:. y? --��� - >���--* ^���.-.- -> Vri-'r-,-'.���  ;'pU3her'g:aijjjied 'thd fa'tEil'pi'jfe an4 ^an-  ���^iged to punoh'oiit an 'issue1' and like  ....__ ,���  .; ���  !s ���-. -i   ,;���   .j" ' :' /_ 'u'_j  'wise he -'needed rest an'd went to bed  , .        J ,     r   ��� -    i   ,     I, .     i,...   ���       '������      Jt .,        -A   -  and lo J.here yet in the dre'anil a nd of  'and VillanoiiB Jilxeoutor of  'the  Gran-  A.A.i :���'.tV._:J. ���:. X.''/%",.v -m'ttA_.. i._n  LEWIS THOMSON,  N.OTAllY PUBLIO, ACPOUN-  ^AKT,  ' OoaiMISSIOjj     AND  jrrSPBANCE'2.GENT.  SlONEY TO LOAlf.,  ��� ii .\-, .'-   .;a y  O.  HcVittielfc Hutchispri  Fire and Life assurance. Min.  Brokers, Lapd Surveyero and  donveyan'cero, and Notaries  Public.   '  - "j     :���������  tears Ortfsjrg atj I*oador3 Offlcs. MOYIBj  ,*i;- '*.  r"    .'���'-   -:- i      ���':'*���"  ,'--   r  ���"  -- V.-1- 1;   ' -..-:.-i<y-,. 1  City   ^hayinf  Pallor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL,  .This hotel^'s^nQw open to  tho public, andjis  well furn  ished throughout  liquors and cigars kept in stock.  None but the beat "brands ofj.-wjnes,  WHJQLB? p-prjTB, Prop,  ' Mot'iB, B. C*  -s-aa  w, f, eraD  James Kerrigaa S4q,  PJtfA^BItOOfltjZB.  FIRST,.  CLASBZ7A. CCOMMODATIOX #,  *- �����** i ��     ���       �� .   i.  .'     ��   b '/ ,--r \._'  MOYIE, B,  as;  -), ���'.��-^-."��.-��j. i *  I  I'll3 IiitleponAout T.nbor Canjliilato IVfakec  "^ ' nn Intereetliig istid fniiOra'sslVd Spefe'oh  ���    to'tli��i>'CrtiVona6f'aioyl6   In'tt'O'dilB".  " pai'i'onaatn'uit. '*" . ���'   "' ' :"'  }" ���'  Mr.   Ohrietppher   Foley, fths Inde-  . ��� <        i ��� ��� ��� a i   '    T i .  -     y 11"  r .   " i ���      I     "'   '  _'^nd yijltujouB Elxepiitor' of' the pup.  ��� Jrooli Jfe'raj^ .cljr^ p^t" 1^' at; appar-  l!Bno��pn tjip'ppono of plQet;,Qciynfei��i,os<  ^aud s�� pniep;^.. fhsolHoeSiiea'day  :,, afternoon he oaugbt tho tail end of the  "'.grippe and was wttalloged all oyer ore*  Ration for a week, than lie too p,eeded  ".rest and he took it, l,ettjng tlio paper  .���^jjo to, to thunder, after our much needled vacation and ''pleasant'* ontingw  '(.out of pocket~v;e' ei;ter sga^n upon  ,:duty, and if tlj.o devil jyakes jup from  ^his peaceful repose on the gridiron we  -will endeavor to squash pu;t a Irage  ,,4ose.o| tbepreyajling epidemic, ��gwb.  " i!^"f!'T!r''T 1"^?"^  -'���The.p^iic^tion day of tho  Q-reen-  ^wood Miiier Ij.ao jjpen phanged.  /rorn  -jFridoy to Saturday.  ���I'he ;late>fc and most injportan�� project ,on fg'ot in England is the pjon-  fS.truotipn .of a panal fr,onj _Sput);apjp-  ,T^on toLondqn. ^J-^P 'route has been  ��car,efully surveyed hy pQjapete.nt engineers, jyhQ deplrae the ��g.nal is not  ^.only feasible, but that it could be built  ^at a comparatively small expenditure.  ''The whole matter has been placed in  -the hands pf the' same firm of con-  -��racters which is handling Chas, T.  ���^Terkes* new London railway.  Hon. W. S. Fielding, Canadian min-  j'sterof finance, in a campaign npeech  .at Montreal, October 22, announced  that the Canadian governmeut had  .obtained the consent of the , imperial  government for the establishment of a  -branch of the royal njint in Ganada.  ���This mint wouid coin ajl the .Canadian  gold required, the balance of the Yu-  -kon and ^British Columbia product  -being made up into British sovereigns.  largo audfepcp in tlie Pdd Fellpw ball  ojj'" ThlirpdaV;' Qotcbffr .2^ at �� pm.  Pwulderit I|. U, Pimooie presiding,  BgVi W. S. Malion t^ddi'flosed the audience Urging tppm to stand fia as, independent1 people -iud was tyejl received, o  Mr. Foley, a.s he rose to address the  .meeting, was received with applause.  Se was introduced by the chairman  as tbe man from' the 409 foot level.  Foley then explained at some length  the labor platfqrrn and his reagon for  standing thereon, appealing to the  electors as a woffcing raan for yyor-kibjg:  men. At the plppp ot the meeting it  was n?qyed by S. JT. |Iar?l?/ pep.Oin4ed  by H, H". Brentpn ^af'^e n?e(eting pn.-  dorse Chris Foley as th/sir rnan foffche  coming ^eleptipn. , ]Jppn t^e motion  being put eyery r^an arose to his feet  and a hearty cheer for ^p]py plpsed a  yery successful meeting.'    ������  -SA-aBiSTEj*;, EQ-u-fo-fxpi*;, Hyq.  <i  .OEANBE.OpK, .   B. C.  i.i ' * ' (  /[ "^ "       '       '    '   ,        I     '  PhysiQiaij. m& sWffg^u  MOYIS,   , British Ooijimbia,  Wholesale grocers  AND  SfBWftTAgeatfc  |ipijo.OBf ���'  Apply to  ���HI+-  ��fpjk9$ ancj Strikers,  FOR SALE AND RENT  OR MADE TO ORDER.  M. I, HOLIISTER, Moyie.  | ���JJaiS Hotel j[s New and well Furnished. The |  | Tables are Supplied with the Best the *  2 &arfcet affords; The Bar is Filled' with ?  the Best Erajids of Liquo^ $ri& Cigar��. *  ACirBNTa   FOR PABST.'S   MILWAUKEE J^EER,    ' , ��  ffHBAD��UARTERS FOR COMWPJRCIAL I  ^jy-;-^.-.--?'  Whiskey, W&fa Beer,  Oigara, Produce, FruJJ,  Etc.,   Btp',>   Etc,    Etc.  L, BETTCHIN,  ?|3WELEEc  CORHESPONDENCE IKVITED.  LVERWAR!  Just jreceiyed a fine Assortment of Meriden Britannia  ��� silverware'.  ����8T_^_aiSBg_^^  lothtng,    Crents'    Furnishings,  gbpfcs, Shpes; Hats? Gloves, Efe  COME AND SEE US.  Victorta iv^, Moyiu,  B. >)  M0YIB,  B. C,  Labor and capital in Canada is in a  ^tate of constant warfare. IsTo attempt  at conciliation is being made b^ the  government. No compromise or con-  piliation'is possible until a change is  ���made. Compulsory arbitration is demanded by the workers while the use  pi the military is demanded by the  employer for settling labor troubles,  while the government stands by and  says. -"We pan do nothing."-���rGhris  Folev at Rossland.  An improvement has been made in  the new ballots which are lo be used  at the forthcoming election. On the  old ballot, ugainst the name of each  (Candidate which was printed v;ith a  black block, was left a circular diso on  ivkich a cross had lo be placed. If  the cros3 was not placed within the  disc, although opposite the name 'of  the candidate, the ballot was often  thrown out; although there would  poem to be no reasonable doubt as to  the intention of the voter. Under the  new system the black blocks, or parallelograms, are still left, but they are  placed an inch apart aud between  each pair is sol the name of thG candidate. In other-words the names of  the candidates are separated by the  blocks-referred to. To'signify his intention, all that the'voter has to do is  to place a cross anywhere opposite the  name of his choice. It is thought that  this method will keep many a ballot  which under the disc system , would  probably have to be rejected. There  ���is also.another point to which the returning officer calls attention, and  that is the freedom of the voter to vote  anywhere within his riding.    It is not.  necessary that a voter should be with-  jl"  in his own: city to vote as long as he is  within the electoral district.���Nelson  Miner,  Strikes   Rexjorted   From   Various   Earls  of the Coiintry  Quebec, Oct. 3,0.~rAnother serious  strike,is on in the boot and shoe in-'  dustry, which will shut out over 10,-  000 operatives and close up some 30  factories.�� }t resulled0from the hiring  of non-union workmen. 'Tdie Manu-'  facturers'Association ,has   decided  to  0  tie up the'whole boot and  shoe   inter-  ests until January if need be.  Montreal, Oct. 3Q.-^rThere is serious  rioting at yalleyfjekj tonight as the!  result of the strike on the Montreal  cotton mills. A couple days ago the  laborers endaged on the construction  of the new mill demanded $1.25 instead $1 a day,, but the company refused to give the increase, 400 militia  were called out and more trouble0 is  expected.  Hazleton, Pa., Oct. 31.���The great  coal strike has been called" off. Pres.  Mitchell of the United Miners giyes  out the welcome news from the strike  headquarters last night. Victory was  so nearly complete, that the companies and employers, with but few ex-,  ceptions, give in and will pay the ssale  asked. Work begins Monday. The  miners have boen out 39 days. ���  Lots for Sale.   Money to Loan.  Lots for sale in all   parts   of- town.  Money to loan.    Agent for Karn   and  Williams pianos.    Have other   special  bargains.    Before investing sec  Box 17. D, J. Elmer.  THE  LAKE   SHORE  * i   Berber Shop.  Opposite Cosniopoliten jHotel  W. I,. FOISY Prop.  EAST KOOTENAY. BOTTLING CO.  cranbrook; b. c.  Areated Waters! of all  Kinds.  WATCHE  High grade movements in,  ,       ' gold;   gold  filled  or silver  .cases.  w.f.'tAte,  0  , t  Ofl>cial Watch Repairer for   C. f. R  Ceanbkook, B. C.  WM, MILLS, PrpprtetQi*,  Miners   headquarter8. , Good   accommodations for  traveler,,  liquor;, smd cigars kept in stock,  Ijost   vtiqii4  AT G.'H. MINER'S  Orders Solicited,  Soda" Water  and Syphens.  MILL  You  will find a full stock of  General     Hardware  AND  GENERAL  SUPPLIES.  Just reeeiyed  a carload of  A CallJSolicited.  A-SSA1TIEM9  -f-��-!  TINSHOP IX CONNECTION,  l  Lake Shore Addition  ,MQYIE,B/C.  5B____sS_?  EOE, FURNITURE   AND   CQMPLETUIHQSETT  Furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware,  Clothing, and Groceries,  Call on  Moyie, B. C.  Agent for  the Hamilton  Powder ��� Company,  aiid  Sherrih Williams'paint.  NELS02T,  Ji. C  Notice of J>Isolation of rarlnci-6)ii]>.  Notice is hprrliy given that the parliuu-.shiii  heretofore existing between the uiiijer.igned  ai hotel keepers under the name, style  and (irm of MiicKeuzio & Pullman at Moyie, ii, 0  has buen thii day disolved by mutual conf-ent.  All debts owiu^ to the .said partnor.shi]} are to  be paid by N .-V. MaeKenzie r.t Moyie, B.C., and  all claims against the (-aid partnership arc to be  presented to tlie said N\ A. McKenzie. by whom  the same will bo settled.  Dated nt'Moyio, B. C, this, 1st dey oi October,  A. D. 3000, :,'. A. MaoKcuzie,',  MG - Fred Pu limn ii. '  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF  CLL AT -THIS  gar  J. I, McINTOSH, Pi-op,,   (  Quee'n's Avenue.   ,      MOYIE, B. 0.'  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order,  R, A. SMITH,    �� Moyie.  NEXT DOOIl TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  THE   POST   OFFICE  DRUG   AND  (STATIONERY STORE.  Patent medicines, toilot  articles, office stationery  and school supplies. . . ,  Lending Library ; If you want a book  ask for it and it will bo procured for  you without delay.  iT I��AYS TO DEAif, WITH  HOPE & BEATTIE,  tMiemifets and Drugrglsts,  MOYIE,  B, C  n  v_/ 1  r-  r\  w  u  a;s-z^-2,js-7js-?}s-.'�� i.yrzi^ 7$��-7$s. ^v^*" ^jr-^srz^r^sr-755-^5-^-^  The1 only  house   in   East  ^H^  Kootnay  beated,thrOughoutAwilhJiolair.  J  First class.in every respect. _ Special,, u  rates to boarders. Good sample^ roomA Y,  for conimercialmen, 5*  .    'll  MOYIE Bf O,:  Are Now Open and Ready Foi  Business With a Full Line oi'  Staple and Fancy  m��  You are Invited to Iuf'iccI -SIock  European plan.    Open day and night  E. H. SMALL I'rop,  CRANBROOK, - -   B. C. g  ��� ���       ���      i * t?j  , .' A     -^  fej^z. ���^zjs&?-sC��3*2 ^-stz-rft-s^z." -s��z_s4z_s��zjrf7 j&. sbL-Az^-hAAf ^ '^_S^2_S*z���Si������5-_t__}  FOR FINE  ADDRESS  I %D^<  NELSON.  \  r^a8ssTfaT��P^P^.^^  ^SB^ijyffls..^^ '. ,,-..'  ",   c  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C  THE  MOVING WORLD.  UNCLE  ELI  SHOCKED.  C;?<M"n"   t*��pl<-":3K'mt   InHiKTllt   Into  "e Moiicrn   PatrlotiHin.  [Copyright, 1900. by CB. Lewis.]  "Jim:" siiys I a.s I goes Into our town  yoMicr'slioji the other day to git a new  Li"fur a uai'"1, 'l:ia lhinkin soine ot  nuiiiii fur the oilice oi' supervisor."  r.��.Sb'n) I." sa-vs ',iiu'  ' '-nut lif��w klu you 7"        ,  ������Same ���� you."  .���Hut think of your duly, -Jim. It's  the July of �� t'lTi'horu elector to do tlie  jj0ii,.iin and the votln and let some-  ^vi'Isl' hold otllce.*.'    , ,       ���--���__,.,  '���'I'lien you may holler and , vole fur  nl(!i�� says JJm.  ������Look inhere, Jim," says I ns I gits  oU>r my surprise at  his  promptness;  .'vliiis it occurred to you' that tlie t'nte  cf'tin's mishun is ti-oniblin in tlie balance V" a    ��  ''���It lias;" says he.,  ', "Do you want ruin aud desolashua  ���w overtake this fair land'?,";      ��� ,  "Nut h.v a jugful."  ������.\!i(I do" you want (ho Magna Chnrta  of liberty used as a'dish towel mid the  con^ilintlori of the United States eliaw-  ' i,I up h.v en Ives?"-  "i t\w'x.V  "Tlii-ii you must tako your place at  the im>!!s. shoulder to shoulder' with  oilier [iiilrlots, and help h'ist me Into  ollico. -it's tho only thing that'll save  ' the ken try fur t which our forefathers  fought, hied anil" died."  "Iknuwa heller way," says he as  he shaves at tho buiig. "You'do'the  jbouldc'rin and li'isiin. and I'll fill the  office."  It (Joes beat all how- patriotIsinTarifT  the principles of,our grandfathers are  be in loi i sight.of in this dtiy and age.  * .     M. Quad.'  ",   A   PwmaHe   rorl:i���s  ohnir   ,.���,   .  Up to a short time ngo >h,-  linolcurn   wore  printed.  patterns on  now machine the  rnrUs^^^  hud.  so  that   the   pattens  off.  cuunoi   wear  power developed,  will iio required.  canal l,r> miles long  nren'h  nnd   BriiHh   Art.  ��� - "Cau you give a lirst class polish to a  pair of shoes?"  ��� "Sliud say-ao, boss.   Why, when Ah  polish a ge'mnn's shoes de ladies glance  down at .his feet to see if deli hats am  ��� [ on struJgbt."-ebieago News.     r.  "IT IS A GREAT PUBLIC BENEFIT."  -i haa significant words were used in regard-to Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil by a g��u-  tlemnn who had thoroughly tented ita merits  n hia own cape���having been cured by it of  lameness of tlio knee of three or four yeara1  standing. It never fails to remove serenesa  as well as lameness, and' ia an incomparable  pulmouic andcorrcctive.  HAD DEPARTED.  THE SrORY OP A WOMAN'S RES-  CUEFROM GREAT SUiTERINOL  Mer  Opinion.  , "You  sec."  -jail] .th,.  heiress  conHd.-n  ii;.j'!.y.   "my   father. m��.s   thp  roun'i   veiy  y-Jiieii,'lull   hi'.N a f j aid   iho'dear  hoy  U  Ami ttiwil to he eai'ele.vi about  inmmy lual-  ti'i-s     U'li.'it do ynli (liiiiu ii!,iiiit it V*  "'.!"' \''l,,t ''" lll> '1:ls prop.isod to  yn��i," s;iid Miss Cayenne I houghs riij!,v,<  "inidit |.(.->sii.ly he i:,|<et) a& vei v gu'od'  evidence   to   the  eoiitrarv."  MINARD'S-'LINIMENT Cares Dandrnf.  Tea merchants arc under the im-  'pressioii that Ceylon and Tndia Green  Teas will displace all Japans in Can-  ,���__. before long.' The ' "SALADA"'  Tea Company , are introducing them  fn their .sealed Ixjad Packets. Tliey  are the most -'.delicious-Green Teas  ever offered  the" public."' A"  There Arc  Other*.  D��ar, delightful  little dude.  If a man should t>e  io rude  ,As io snicker at, your charming pirl)s!i ways,  ftm't ii.u waste an airy sigh, don't tjo off and try  '.����� die  In joine ijuiel;spot.'rcmote from public par.e.  Mhe fstts were full of fun when'they built-y cm.  In lie oon, ', ,   .  Try to be resigned and. patient, for, you know,  -IIjou look ground you'll And many others of your  liriJ;      ;    "     ,     ; \ -._ :  l'cu are not the'only monkey In tbe' ahowy.  .    A.- .A   t   ii i ; -       'i,'A"    ;".  is you strut along the street, looking ravenously  s-.\c-i't ' _  In iU. motherly protection of youjr cane,  ii jo-.jr dreamy .larboard  eye  peeps so babylike  ai.d shy   o   - ,  Through   ihe   crystal   clearness   of   Its   window  pane,    , .   ���-  _ ,  Vi brute should send a Jecr'to your pinky little  ear, <  Pon'l   you  stagcer  "nrath   the  heartless,   cruel  blow, '       ;     ,  Ejt   rrrneinbcr   as   a   freak   yon   are   not   at   all  unique;  Vou are not the oniy monkey In the'show.  Tis a  telfihh  world,   dear  boy;  every  measure ol  our Joy .',,_,  li polluted with a dash oJ cutting patn;  Taere are  clouds   in   e\ery  sky;  sadness  lurks  in  every e>c;  Into every lite must fall some chilling rainl  Bear iyjr irials like a mnn, cirugglc on the best  ��(-ii cant K  Vou ��cre  made   for some  wise  purpose,   don't  yuu know?  Do nut Ice] cast down and sad; there arc othera  like jou, lad; '  You are not the only monkey In the show.      '  frhen you see more manly youths honeying round  tlie beauty booths  Aril their attitude is that of sneering churls,  "ijii't jou feck a chawncc lo flee, they'arc jealous,  rinwi't you see, '  Just because you are the Idol of the girls,  liou^h ;oj never niny achieve tame and fortune,  i!..[i": jou giieve.  Don't  jou  flood  your  tender  breast   with   rosy  w (������;  Surse (lie thoughtlct in your brain (if you think  'twill bear the strain)  That jou're not the only monkey in the show.  ���Denver Evening Post.  ��� A Draft Even There,  Mr. rieury .Km-niss ' tells anrnmusiny  story of-Mr. Jnstice. Hawkins. The  leiinfed jiidRe had a' horror of drafts nnd  used to * close up every cranny in liis  court, to tlie great discomfort of evory:'  body. -Meeting a brother judge, the latter said: "Oh. Hawkins, 1 had a frightful  dream tho other night, I dreamed ,you  were dead and taken to Woking to be cremated. I-cost tlie last train down and  bribed an ollicinl to let me {jeep through  one of the ionpholes of the crematorium:'  -All lhat I shav was, a. heap of ashes.but I-  , heard u voire" cry oj.il: "Shut'-the'door,  Men ting. There's a draft "here.'"���Loudon jN'ews.  Minard's .Liniment Cares; Burns, Etc'  Tier I2vpImiii(ion.  ...'.'Your honor," said the lawyer, "my  client, acknowledges that slie struck  the book agent with a piece of gas,  pipe, but she pleads that it-was a case  of mistaken identity."  -VHowV tbat?-". asked .the judge.  "Well, she thought it was her husband." ! ' "   '  ,        iind Smoked Some.  First,Citizen-He lias spent a good  deal of money laying pipes for this office.  Second .Citizen���Too much for pipes  and too little ftir cigars, i fancy.���Detroit Journal.  I A   "TnQfiilVA  " RELIANCE  CIGAR  LA  "IUSt/Al>A,      FACTORY, Montreal  llier. aro oases of consumption so far  Mvanu-d tlmb Jiioklo'sAnti-Consumptive  pup will not cure, but none 60 bud chafe  "will not give relief. For coughs, colds  oiidftll affections otthe throiu, lungs and  "���est, It is a spociflo which has never been  Known to full. It promotes a (reo and  ^sy expectoration, thereby removing.tho  Pplegin, nnd givos the dlsuased parte n  ^auce to heal.  Too Tn in (>  For   II im.  "No," said the f?t. Louis nin.ti, "1 did  not enjoy the street car ride you gave  me. The scenery was all right and the  ronrlbeil good, but it was too tame.",  "TnuieV"  "Yes. At home I'm used to being  blown up at every second street corner."  Would  Clinnite   It  Himself.  "it's a woman's privilege to change  w mind, you know,", she said.  ^That's right," lie replied brutally,  M I don't blame-her a bit. If I had  (!'C average feminine mind I'd change  " myself."  However, iio already had the reputn-  ('on of -.being a "mean old tliiug," so  *Cr3' little' harm; was   done.        ��� '  oman s  A woman's feproductivo  organs are in the most intense and continuous sympathy with' her' kidneys,  riie.slifrhtest disorder in tho  kidneys brings about a  corresponding1 disease in  . -io reproductive organs.  ���Dodd's Kidney Pills, by restoring tho kidneys to their  nerfect condition, prevent  anil euro those fearful dis-  Ordo,rs peculiar to women.  1 aio young girls, worn-out  '"others, ��� tiiiU'oriiig wives  and women entering upon  J"o Change of Life, your  best friend is  'odd's  'idney  lis  There never was, and never will bes a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  to which flesh is heir���the very nature of  many' curatives being such that were the  _etm9 of other and differently seated diseases rooted m the system, of the patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would aggravate the' oth.-r. We have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievoutf' ilia. . By its gradual and judicious  ufrO the frailest, systems are led into convalescence and .-.trength by tho influence which  Quinine exerts i.n nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the diooping spirits oi those with  whom a chronic stato of morbid despondency and lack of ii.terostin life is a disease,  and, by tranquihziug the nerves, disposes to  sound "and rofroshing sleep���imparts vigor  lo the action of tho blood, which, being  stimulated, courses throughout tlio .veins,  strengthening iho hea.thy animal functions  of tlio system, thereby making activity u  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tho digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���re-  pult, improved appetite. jS'orthropifc Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine W ine at tho usual nito, nr.d,  gauged by tho opinion of Kiientists. this  wino approaches nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druggists soli it.  I ..r Yw_i��� IJn.-J.He W, . ()u�� or Mlnery-  Her Imji-1 ;,��� , j.j ,,,,,��� Would .-well  *>iK��itruJly :iiil 53li��,j_U.Cume UuaMe to  iio Ilex- Jlounoliold   Work.  !��� rem the Enterprise, Brid��cftaterT N.5.  It is ajipulliug 1D think of the num-  her oi womw, t l.roughoia the country who duy after d:iy live a iife al.  most, ol jiliirt.vrdAin; sulli:.-.,^ but too  frequently in s.ient, almost hopeless  despair. 'Ji, such suderers ihe story  of Mrs. Joshua Wjjo, will come a.s a  .beacon of hope. Mrs... Wile ]ives  about two mil^s 'from lhe town of  Lndgewat(-r, X. fj., and i.s respected  and esteemed by all who know her,'  While in one of Uie local drug stores  not long ago. Mrs. Wile noticed a  number of boxes of J^r. Williams*  Pink Pills in Uie show 'case, and remarked to thu proprietor, "r.li ever  there was a friend to woman, it is  those pills." She was asked why  she .sppko so strongly about the pills,  and m ivply told of the misery from  which tiie;v, had rescued her. The  druggist suggested ih;U she should  make known her cure for tlio benefit  of tlie thousands of similar sufferers.  Mrs. 'Wile replied that while adverse  to publicity, yet she would gladly  tell of her1 cure if it, would benefit  anyone else, and she gave the following statement, with permission , for  its publication:���  , "My life for somo years was one of  weakness,   pain  and  misery,  until ' I  obtained relief .through the use of Dr.  William's'    Pink    Pills.   From     some  cause, ' I Kn6w  not' what'exactly,    I  became so afflicted with uterine trouble,   that I. was  -obliged   to ,undergo  two  operations.   A   pait  only  of the  trouble  was  removed,  and  a terrible  weakness-and miserable, nervous condition., ensued,    which   tlie   physician  told me I  would nove,r get clear  of.  I tried other doctors,   'but    all  with  the   same   result���no'    betterment   of  my  condition. . The   pains   finally  attacked  my  back  and     kidneys.      My  legs'and leci. beciinio frightfully'swollen,  and I cannot describe the tired,  sinking, deathly feeling that at times  came.over  my    whole body.      I  became   uneble . to   do    my   household  work, and  tost all hope of recovery.  Before this stage in iny illness I had  been advised    to try    Dr.    Williams',  Pink   Pills,   but    like    thousands    of  other women, thouglit there could be  no   good    in   using    them    when   the  medical men were unable to cure me..  At last in desperation X-'ni.it'.i; up my  mind  to try them,  but really    with-,  out any faith in the^result.     To my  great surprise I obtained some benefit from the first box.   I "then'bought  six boxes more,' which I took according   to  directions,  and  am  happy   to  say  was   raised   up  by  them  from  a  weak,   sick,   despondent,   useless   condition to my present state.of health  and  happiness.      Every year onow  in  the spring and  fall I  take a box or  two, and find them  nn  excellent; thing  at  tlie change of the^ season.     Other  benefits  1 might mention,   but suffice  it   to   -say T   would strongly recommend   Dr. Williams'   Pink Pills to all  ailing women.'-'  Dr. AVilliains" Pink Pills surpass  all other medicines ns a cure for the  troubles that alllict womankind.  They quickly correct .suppressions and  all forms of weakness. They .enrich  the blood, strengthen the nerves and  restore the glow of health to pallid  cheeks. Sold by all dealers in medicine, or sent postpaid at 50 cents a  box, ' or six tboxes for ��2.50. by addressing the Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  How's This?  We offer On ��� Hundred Dollars Reward for  any c;i-o of Cat-nh that cannot be ciued ,by  Hall's Catarrh Cuie.  '     F ���>. CHENICV & CO., Piotjs ��� Toledo, O.  y\ e, the under��;gn--d, have known P. J.  Uii-ney for the last 15 year-i and believe lilm  I i i fecily honorable tn all business transactions,  am. ��nii-neially able, o carry out any obligation  ina-.e by their film. .  WrPT&TnuAX.W hole=*ale Druggists.Toledo.O.  wai.di.ng.     Kiss Ay   &   Maiivi.n,   -Wholesale  .pruggist", Toledo, O.  Hall a t'atnrrh Cure i? taken internally, act-  inij directly upon the blood and mucous sur-  ruce* of the system.  Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold  nyall druggisis.   Testimonials free  '   Hall's Family Pills are the be:t.  THE CYNIC.  What good times other people seem to  have!  Become good friends' with a' man, and  he will soon lose no time asking(,you to  take sides in a kin row.  A barrelful of sernions on the next  .world will not touch, a man as quickly  as the death of a man of his own age.  When a kin guest goes home,-'the man  of the. .ho'use_ is always suspicious oyer  what has been given her to carry home  . in her. trunk. '     , -..,--.  When a man loses his position .and is  without money, his relatives keep as far  away from his house as if he had the bubonic plague. i,  It is a pity that' every girl doesn't follow business pursuits long enough before  inarriu'ge to know that she must have  dinner on timoc'or lose her '-i^  ���'r^>,.  "We have just published a beautiful oil portrait of the  Queen, in It* colors, size 12 x 9. ready for framing. Ai  eveiy person will want one of these magniiicent works  of art, we would like you to represent us. We give you  your choice of 3�� VALUABtE 'PBEMIWIS, some  of which are illustrated above, for selling 13 or more of  the Queen Portraits at 10 cents. Write at once ami we  ���will send you a supply. Also our full illustrated sheet  of premiums. S��U tlie poi traits, return the money and  we will send the prize you Beltct free. .TJie Royal  Academy J'ubllbliiiij; Co., Toronto.   H.p_It__6Bl 162  .|,.]i> ..ia___fc  StSaS&Wl  ____5.V��J  ii'':v!i!il  !#i!lWi  IA A  Deddock;".Tune 11,  1897.  C. C.' RTCITARHS  & Co.,  Jlenr , Sirs,���MJNAJID'S   LINIMENT  is my remedy  for  NEURALGIA.  -Jt-relieves -at- once;.''       .    ���   ���'  a. s. Mcdonald. ���  1 Great Appetite of a Cow. ���  ���The enormous   appetite  of  a champion cow is shown by the amount of  food eatien daily during a'test of the  Tlolsfein  cow     Rosa    Bonhetir.     fith,  which  die'd,' recently.'   She  held "  the  world's. ..record  for  milk  production  of "106.75 . pounds'  ,'in one day   and  '7'2fi.25i pounds in  one week.   She  itu  daily 114 pounds of'silage, 12 pounds  of cornmcal,  9 pounds of oatmeal,   3  po.unds  of  bran,   9   pounds     of      oil-  meal and 27 pounds  of root's,    or    a  total  of, 174 pounds,  of which' 52.13  pounds was dry matter. She weighed  1^750  pounds.���American  Agriculturist.  Carborundum   Grinding "Wheels.  A machine for, hulling rice has beon  inventedby C. 1-1. A.,Ligford ofCin-  cinnati, b . Tho working-' part' -" o/'  tlie machine is a carborundum wheel  or cylinder,-' 16 , inches' in diameter:  and 36 inches long. There are MS  corrugations'on the surface and these  are deep and sharp enough to, ". cut  tlio hull without injuring the kernel.  The. t rice will be fed upon the roll  from a ho'pper ^aboye and a stiff brush  will hold the grain to the wheel  while tho hull is being taken off. After'this a fan will separate the husks  from the grain.  Blacksmiths * Iron workers  -NEED-  The Master Mechanics  Extraordinary Soap  Made from fine Stockholm Tar, this soap dissolves  and removes Oil; Rust, Paint and iron Stains, leaves  the skin clean and'helps to heal any. cuts or'burns.  For sale by all dealers in g-ood soaps.  THE ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., MFRS., MONTREAL  A  Family Mutler A'ow,  ..."  "Collar   buttons  doii't   worry   me   any  more."  ���'���Vriiy don't they?"  '���'Well,  when  I  lose one on the floor I  just steal one  from   my  wife."  ,     I A- . I   .  Stern   Resolution.  Kind Old Lady���You say you haven't  worked for IS years. Have you been  blacklisted by some of these grinding  trusts?   '  Tramp���No. mum; y'see it was jest  IS years ago that me brudder died uv  overexertion, an I've b-eu avengin his  death ever since.  POULTRY POINTERS.  A Close inbreeding softens and'-weakens  the whole organic structure,  y  The 'early molting -hens, nre the bfst  winter layers. Give them especial attention. .  There is better health -.limong -tluy roving fowls because thc.V get the food  whicliris host for digestion and the grit  (o help the 'gizzard to do its work.' ..  For keeping fowls in good health in  small runs their quarters shou.ld.be kepi  clean and be occasion-ally disinfected: especially  should' they  be  kept   free, from  vermin. ^k .,  Red popper is a stimulant temporarily  and, increases the appetite 1'br ��� a. short  (into ionlv; If fed too plentifully or too  persistently, it produces-no ellect. ns'tlie  hens become accustomed to it.  One of the best mixtures for ground  Koft food-is one part (by weigh0 (>/ corn-  meal, two parts ground oals. one pan  p-nund meat am! two parts bran, bcald.  add n little bran and feed warm.  When conliiH-d, tlie fowls have no op  portunitv of gratifying .their desire in Hip  eh, oeo>. foods. There are three points  o be observed,,, which are that nitrogenous food is necessary, too ���*f���  food must not he given, and the fowl*  must not be made too fat.  ' 00LI0 AND KIDNEY DIFFICULTY.���  Mr. J. \\*. Wilder, J. P., Lcfargcville, N.Y..  writes: "I am subject to severe attacks of  Colic and Kidney Difficulty, and find Par-  luelee's Pills niford me great relief, while all  oi her remedies have failed. They are the  best medicine 1 have over used." In fact so  .great is the power of this medicine to cleanse  and purify, that, diseases of almost every  numc and nature are driven from the body.  DI ITe rent.  "Dawdler plays golf so well he ought  to be a professional."  "Yes, I suggested it to hiin, but he says  nothing would induce him to work so'  hard   in   hot   weather."  Domes* ie   lieonotny.  Mr. IIai!ske<-p--!t seems to mc we're  ireiiiu-: an awful lot of milk these days).  Mrs. llauskeep ��� Yes; we get a gallon.  Mr. IlaiisUeep���(I'laeious! \Yo can't  use that much every day.  Mrs. Ilaiiid'eep��� 1 know, hut it's 2  cents cheaper buying it by tho gallon.  No family living in a bilious country  should be without, Parmelee's Vegetable  pills. A few do^es taken now and then will  keep the liver active, cleanse the stomach  from all bilious matter and prevent ague.  Mr. J. L. Price, Shoals, Martin Co., Ind.,  writes : "I have tried a box of Parmelee's  Pills'and find them the best medicine for  Fever and Ague I have ever used."  Perhaps the most important general  declaration from the reports of the recent census, it is noted, is that "the west  has ceased to grow relatively faster than  thu   eust.':  ARE YOU WEAK?  I Are you suffering- from nervous weakness,  kidney,, liver or stomach complaints, rheumatism, lame back, pains or aches iu any, part  of your body? Do you feel yourself growing  feeble and old too soon? If you are a man,with  the weakness that results from abusing the laws  ot nature, I can guarantee you a cure in three  months   with    my,, wonderful    Electric   Belt  ' THREE   MONTHS', TRIAL.  Any honest man can use my appliance three  months, and pay me only .when cured.  Beautiful illustrated book, which tells of my  method of treatment aud gives hundreds of  letters from, my grateful patients, sent closely  sealed, free.   Address     ' '  Dr.m.b. MCLAUGHUN  - ,130 Yonge Street,  .  TORONTO.  Unparalleled  Subscription  Offer "  TO WEEKLY  ,  FREE PRESS  -      SUBSCRIBERS  .A.G-ElSrT^..  We handle complete line  Household an��� Kitchen Specialties.  An extra  TEN PER GENT, given off all  orders west   ONTARIO-MANITOBA line.  write us. U.S. Specialty Co., Toronto,Ont  K Oft  III.1   Mind.  "Difln't you feel il read fully when you  lost your gold handled umbrella':'"  '���Xo; I'd expected to lose it for so  long that I was glad when It waa  gone."���Chlr-acn Record.  ��\  BANKERS AND  BROKERS. . . .  362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  ��*��   -  ��>  rite us  $ Stocks and bonds bought, sold and $  2y carried   on   margin.    Listed    ,; #  /i\ mining stocks carried    , vk  ���5? ijjji  In tlie Pit Hor Car.  "Look nt: that woman.    She has been  lying down nlLday reading a novo, ot  Marie L'orelli's."  ������Well,  iniivbo.lt  Isn't  worth  up to rend."-Chicago I'ocord.  sittl  Isi.Hiioi&MBil  BROKERS, ETC.;  Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg  Money lent at lowest rales.  Stocks and bonds bought and sold.  ..     Railway and other farm lands in  �� Manitoba and N. W. T. for sale.  <J     Maps and folders sent on apphca-  vt1 tion. ,.,;.,  ���C'     Gait coal from Lcthbndge.  <���>     Prices quoted to all railway points.  41  ��s I $&v?$��99?��^^v��i&r&9  ���If yoti have any need in the  jewelry line, however small,  just write us about it.  . Our new tgoi Catalogue  contains photographs of  many   hundreds   of  our  choicest pieces, and will    ���'  be sent you free.  ..- We guarantee safe delivery  ���-prepay charges -.' ancl cheerfully refund money if you so  desire. j  DIAMOND HALL.  Est&bilsHod   1854.  ie Brosa,  Yon go ewnd Adolo-ido Sts.���  I TORONTO.  OXYDOKTOR.  (Trade Mark Registered November 24,1S90.)  Dr. Sanchc agrees to take instruments back  at half price if parties using them are not benefitted after using for five weeks.  P. Free, Winnipeg, says: I have used "Oxyd-  onor" for two weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Head, and I feel   ike a new man.  Mrs. F. L. Cook, Winnipeg, says: I had suffered untold agonies from Bright's Disease, and  it relieved me of Pain, and i i s.x weeks I was  cured.  Mr. W. G. Elhvorthv, "Winnipeg, says: I have  suffe ed for (U years with articular i heumatism;  wu.�� in hospital for 5 weeks, and nsed almost  every remedy, including mesmerism galvanism, electric belt, etc I have used Oxydonor  todays and lecetved more benefit than, from  nytiiitiir else.  Mrs. Gagner. Winnipeg, says: I have used it  beneficially with my family whenever sick,  and it has cured me of severe Indigestion and la  grippe.  Sub-dealers wanted iu every district. Address  Wm T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  Send for Booklets of grateful reports.  "The Paper of the West for  the People of the West"  W. N, U.   295  Commencing November 1st, 1900,  arrangements have been made to  ' present every two weeks to every  subscriber to the Weekly. Free  Press, \yinnipeg, a fine reproduction printed on art paper suitable  for framing. Thc pictures will be  specially made half tones of the  highest quality, well worthy of  preservation and calculated to  adorn the home. Thev will include  , late portraits specially taken tor'  this scries, of tho leading men in  the public life of Canada, beginning:  ��� with Sir Wilfrid Lauricr and Sir  Cliurles Tupper.  With those portraits, which will  constitute a valuable gallery of the  most eminent Canadians of the  times, tliere will he interspersed  half tone reproductions from Art  Works, showing Manitoban and  Western Views^ pictures depicting  typical scenes ' tn Canadian life,  Military pictures and general views,  the whole forming a most desirable  .collection of the highest interest  and value..  "Whether used for framing of kept  as a portfolio of 30 attractive Art  Works, for that will bo the number,  received In tho course of about n  year, these pictures will be well  worth having. The presentation  every fortnight of these pictures  will be but one respect in which the  Free Press will.commend Itself'dur-  1 lag the coming year as better than  ever beforo.  With new presses, new. machinery, new type and Improved facilities, It will continue to strive to deserve the reputation It has earned  of being "the paper of the west for  the people of the west."  By ordering at once new subscribers will obtain the weekly Free  Tress to 1st January. 1902, and all  the pictures,   for $1.00  only.  \  linked   Cftrxi.  Clean nnd scale a large carp, prepare a  stufling,: place it. within, the'fish and sew  up. Brush the outside with, the,'yolk,'of,j  an egg and coyer.with bread crumbs and  drop, butter over it. Place the carp iu a  deep earthen dish, with'a piut of stock,  two. sliced onions, two bay leaves, a  bunch of herbs, a half pint of port and  six anchovies; cover the pan and bake  for an hour, ' Place in a stewpan n good  sized piece of butter with a dust of flour.  When this is melted, pour iu some of the  liquor from the carp with a tablespoou-  ful of, mustard, a little salt and cayenne;  boil this up again. Serve the fish on a  dish' garnished -with parsley aud slices  of lemon.and the sauce in a bout.    - ..  -I MONEY ���^    t  r-t  MINARD'S 'UNDENT Relieves Neuralgia.  the  An  Out of Date  Ceremony.  "Did   you   all   throw   rice' after  bride?!. A  "Rice! I guess not. I wouldn't nlld-w  such heathenish Chinese goings on at a  wedding in my family!"���Indianapolis  .Journal.   HOTEL BALMOML/^?^rip.Fll?^.ooA^;  Hetter  Have  tlie  Hooka  Exitm'nort.  "That's what I call a startling nppari  tion."  "What is?"  "Why, tho bookkeeper in that silk nog  ligee shirt with daisies embroidered nil  over the bosom."���I iidi.-mapolis Journal.  T"     To Loan on improved farms at cur-  _?   a rent rates.   Write to "t"-  T  NAKES, KOHINSON  &  BLACK, _*.  .A. --WINNIPEG,'MAN. X  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc  EVERY TOWN   CAN  HAVE A  BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  50J illustrations mailed free. Write us for anything in Music or Musical Instruments,  Wlialey Royce & Co.^^i&A  MINARD'S LINIMENT for Sale EyeiTWliere.  Manufactured by THOS. tEE, Winnipeg.  Catholic Prayer %��&��r&.  ulars, Rellg-ious Pictures, Statuary, and Churob  Ornaments, Educational NVorka. Stall orders receive prompt attention. J, _. J, SaHler & CO���M0Iltre_l  Married women should all  know of Golden Seal, "The  Y/iiVs Friend,'' n certain  euro for Leueorrhca anil  nil irregularities. Hn��  been used by thousands  of women. A trained  nurso will answer all enquiries. $1.00 per boi,  sufficient, tor one Jionths  treatment. Ail.lre���� Uoldea  Soal Medio 1 Co., Toroatu,  Ont. (nd Winnipeg. M��n.  Wot udt uykll nragiut*.  31S  7  he  0  ve  \  y.  )U  ���  X  4  1  jf  '���< %  '4  au  i*  ie  ���  ' A1  _ i  at  tct  ed     .  ed  ' 1  ill  at  in  Ml  ~E  id -,  Ai  ,  .A_|  nt  lt  ��qSdtK X r' 'j  rtt    tr .  ���'I iW;  4'A ���*���  j L.p:  *������ -,v ���  -���'��-!' '-r  :_. S-r-  ��� it Aa  At".:,"  !���    j^Df!1'  hit ry.   -  I  , fj A...I IV.     A .  -vi.,:7'? ;  ���   '.y.rl'-'U^A  <fct\ r > -  Wr,   "iif  hn-v,   '  ��� ��� f i.'i, i.n . ��� ������  S ���    f'lr 11.n ... i  Ak 3* d  j!i- 'j5^  1:  if* t\:\t%  sy.esiia'i  s \w\  a\i i'i'  k > ii si  A :Jfc' ?:  ��� ,-"!liUSil H  ^ �������������*���. 1  _  i_  - ,S=l<SE:��i2  *_ir5*-t*"^"^c  ?.-:t&"���"M.���-'5.-*.::  ar^x.-r'i.^ssir;  KCt���'^=-c::  L_ '_i- -...�� r.  WE'  The  _��� CO:  .'n i.  ��� 'i.  III!  ti'.i.-..i (���'  I'j.d :   m.  'IT   f  I       -.        .   .J  . '.-..ring-..  -   health ic.v .1 t j  ���'���'"  AlijCi'n.',':,    t-ii  ~\f >~<7 yi~rt ' v^f'P^ *, 1'K "PO ->  xJn 1 L.\ y*   \ sajv., '-^ j A DjUh-a  <-;-,  I  .fOjlJ.^lOi:  i -  ar.  V.   i. (. I , ' ' i v. '      t     II.  ri'i f i',j��.;,;ij;yi_j  i.i\ ent'i Irriii.A;  MUD    U  a<?i!  no i  ii l, (:..  '...,. J J.  fH'i UViK  ,uiib,  v.-iili  i;nnv::l.i  -lV_/ Jt  t'. -\  T-iiih.-..,.  ���e. ".l.   C.     i.  ij.'i.tL: I.' i'  Ti'lt--r.jphio  :.1I    '.uirls   in"  I yrj 6.  il3r.r  Industry   oi  * T ^   \ ' '"     ' K~* l"\ 1-1      j  *-  Pao-'riO  J lilt  ul. --r  V\.aA  CO'.W- I  ���ji^i  I  jretrobleH  an Ti-eute.-I for tJae  fj;   tine ?Ifni3itT Uo-  jjIoj^u. --   '  i\a  G.  n.- Ac  Tr*.;ni.ii'.i-N   XtlvrJXty.  in.ifKr-.'-lt' eit--e ofyui-lalan Jfl^i1-  'ir i  ���������'���'���'   u'Oijj.  J^ecfimj'.      'j'jse  '.-; in. i. -- ���-.-= /ouiid reccn* ly in t]-e  ic   YnJnio.y   -n.-l niler the xn c. i  ^Iiiies v.-" i -.r icd ay that ofni' (-"'-  r; riar. iniiueil O-dchx-V      'JVo   of  ...,-..L.y-.   (];.,tijTijy-i- atl'-ji'i' (! thi  fa  .-i].    "W^it?ii they retLimeil lionn-lluv  l^   <-'ud  of ru'ror at  "li 'ling  ilieir  ling at  hr= H-c-i  rst.-wSF'iin ...-.���~r-T?:.--!r>J*''-c> c^-=r���^s  -'����i___-��.-*���  o,.li;��Sl.���j^f_r^^.  rr^^^^^T^K^v^-:^^.--^-"K''i-"<<!i?v-v^  i-^  "rxy"v'  /f  yv  i.  .^  ^J  i nr..-  ���    to  iiyii'c iiuii   depftii j ���  to   !:'18   po-r   v.'c-ek  zCf llll IKf  ���i,  A\f'  fithor- will pveach in iho , ^.^oyrV!fW^^^m^^ lroub!e3>  ,'Thc baths and w.itcra   are   an itivalu  nitiliiiii: touclHj.= nre buirg pui ! blc remedy for diver iind  lead poioon  ' - hcol iioqs ' toiiiiyity ui -.juii.  J. a'  "u J,. Ohaltsrfou'e new'restaurant.  'j iu;�� n "look at,the fine new stock ci  .'io-jeriee atlteiJ, pampbell cfc C��js'  > ou:ig. Tied 'o/ Oninbroolf ic1  pttsh-  ���ijg tbe qiiiil bu the Leader this week,  Ai'O LcggctL a jiopuLir niinor of ibis  '���amp itiiurued irom tbe  hospitnl   t/ijs  nifr.  uer '-)'  - f.rc.    Tile y-,l.rich��' ol  (lie ivomMi,  A :u-v.' ar.u Jiriportaut iiidiifetry Jiafc j    ;-o thoug-lit tliey c'tnv c.giio>t. brough*  Diac  icto  texisteiico  in   Santa    Clara | j , tin- ir-jg-libors.    The error ii'os due  ounty, which "bids i'tiir in time to rival    to a remarkable ]ikenc&sbetween Gode-  iiy hotel   r>;- i the fruit drying.   This is The preiiara- j y-.-y t.nd the man who hnd been found  J'e batlis cure all   ncivous und I tion of dried vegetables for the ica-r.- j,  3iy waters 2ienl all .' ''<cX< w'liich at present is generally coa-  { fined tc tho short reason .it the dncrs  between, the ripening' of the dili'^rent  fruits.   Just lately the vegetables have  been usurping- tbe jDlace of the apricots,  but they have now already begun-to  kIvc -way i-i-t-iiri' to theprmius,  On (-.pjJTon-ohl&g'-H drier it does ik4  n..K-t.ulii;" ditvases  Chirac;o'j. Ke^i- Vnioa,  ���  'JCho postofilce clerks of Chicago have! iak& ���* l0I1�� 'i0 decicie whether fruit  ��� Wikoii Uurchell, a. Fernie miner  .,{'.-; miuiod by hilling rc-h ^VcdiiCPiL'.j'  .mnnt'.  ��'  M. I,. Ilolliyter ioturntd  :M Eugotac houpilal this V,r  nu'ch belter.  irjii'i  U113  entered the lanks of Lac trade unionists, Thc clerks have affiliated them-  cclvcs with the American Ifedoration  of ^Labor, and the new organization  will be known as the Ohioago 1'ost-1  ofiic.u Clc-ke Union. �� Jt is claimed  that practically all oi the 1-J00 post-  oi'Hec oinpi(!jc& in Chicago are included in thc movement. Foremost  iamctyr; thc object1? for which   the  now  !    I ,t l   f j \j   ��� t',  ���;' ��� rl y pi-  OTOSEPJFX SBrUEBSTADiT, Prop.  feeling-,  I r.ition 33 tc rjtrive will be tho   adoption  of thc eight hour working daj for let-  tor camera. AnoLhor object to be  givcii-nliuoeL ciu'al prominence will be  thc,ngit;i.(io:i in favor of federal legislation that will Ci~ absolutely the'rate of  G. II. Gilpin v.-ho has stores' in   tort   wages for letter carriers and other post  i The timber and snow ehed of tlie  Lake Short tunnel is in course of cou~  - traction.  up vegetables are being prepared,, for  in the latter case a pungent" odor  rushes oiit to sting one's eyes and  crawl uncomfortably up one's nostrils  -���for the trail oi onions is over the land,  Within a lively scene is presented. Men  are liurrjdng to -and "tro bearing traps  iind' boxes, ���vydiile long .rows oi women  'and children sit,busily pet-ling potatoes and can-on*, which, together with  the onions, form at 'present the staple , Sr__:g_  product.    When boxes cf "po!afoes~or'-]":rL  icelc and Cranbrook ia arrarging   for  ���.nother at Moyiei  tt  The Odd Fellows of Cranbrook hare  decided (o hold their second annual  tiali on January I. =  ' '  , ,A miner named John Lee was hit  by an engine and instantly killed _at  vernie last 'week.  The Rl. Eugene Mining company  ���eceived six cuew vanners and other  Mining machinery last week.  , H. \V. Murphy, bartender at the  Moyio hotel for the past twelvemonths  <s at hia old busiuens, paintin'g/again.  - riper and -Hancock, who have' been  oorkingal the Lake Shore, left Tuesday ior Kasld. where: they will work  their own property-, which js reported  a ��Ood one.  e-iiice employes, taking the ina'ter  completely out ol the bands of the  prohiotio'j hoard and other similar  agencies.  It is to be a labor  union, pure   and  Simple.  has  L. r. Nol'ette, a young man 'who 1  ' ocn employed on the C. P. R. died at  .the"hospital in   Cranbrook   last  week.1  ^lis parents resido'in New  Hampshire  but the town fis not known.  Jol�� Couldou't ir.ive Stood It  If he'd'had Itching Piles. They're  terrible annoying; but Bueklen's Arnica Salve will cure thc '.yorst case of  Piles ou ea'rtli. It has -cured thousands. For injuries, pains or bodily  eruptions it's the best salve in the  world.    Price 25c. a box. Cure   guran-  'teed,,sold by Hope <fc Beattie  druggist.  _ ,.^ ^ j_  Asseesmcut -vrorl. Uop.tr.'iets Taken.   ,  Parties wishing to have assessment  work done on claims iu tho vicinity of  Movie, will do well to consult or write  the undersigned for terms. . Work  left in my care will be promptly at-  ended to, and aatisfaotion. will be  guranleech "    : ���      S. A. SCOTT.  V.trO. of Tjliiinlis. u  1 \vish to iliank the people of Moyie  uid the Miners' Union tor the kind  �����-^stance icndcred during thc illness  '��� vl death of my wife.     Frank Nelson.  U3a.cU��;nUh.'s Iron Servo  Wa3 the. result of his .splendid  health. Indomitble will and tremend  ous energy aie not found whore Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are  out of order. Ii you want these qualities and the success they bring;, use  Dr. King's Not Life' Pills. Only '25  cents at Hope & Realties Drug  Store.  WAs.'Wtraaur-.  No acid but that from grapes  aci  -���which   is  carrots are filled, the}- ore poured auto  a lt%rpre hopper, and from there fed to a  machine with rotating- knife-blades,  which cuts Ihein up into small slivos  a quarter' of an inch thick.' The further process which the potatoes undergo is simple, t and for carrots and the  other minor vegetables'it is practically  the same. , v  After being sliced the 'tubers ere  slightly sulphured in<a chamber built  of wood. Here great discrimination  must be used, for, if they are sulphured  too much, the potatoes will taste of  the fumes'; if loo .little, the}- will not  contain enough antiseptic property,  and bacteria attracted by the starch will  develop. ' Moreover, a little sulphuring  is necessar3T to preserve the color of  the vegetables as far as possible and to  prevent decay. ���"-���  After this process the potatoes are  not spread out-in,the sun, biit put into  an evaporator. The latter looks like  a small Ferris wheel, and is inclosed irt  a sort Of brick oven, wi th glass windows.  Within this it revolves close to hot-air  pipes for a iew hours; When the moisture is sufficiently evaporated the ears  of the wheel .are emptied through the  windows, and their contents are now  ready for shipment in sacks.,  When this stage is reached the sliced  potatoes resembl-e, dry chips, and it  takes-six or seven" pounds of the fresh  to make 6ne pound of the dried, ' , -  , By their pungency onions possess the  power of warding off bacteria, and are',  therefore, only slightly sulphured to  preserve theircolor: They are-next evaporated until one-4-hird of the moisture as  expelled, and then placed in 'traj's in  the sun, just as is done with fruit. Tlie  drying'process shrivels the onions so  much that it taices 20 parts of the,fresh  to make one of the dried. While the  onions are being cut up the moisture  coming from tbsm is very disagreeable  and hard on the eyes of the employes.  When carrots ore evaporated it takes  about nine parti of tliem to make one  dried pa"rt. Perhaps tbe drying process  used'iii the case of both carrots and  potatoes might be improved upon were  steam employed. By using the latter  the starch in the potatoes* would be p'hrt-  l.y cooked and sterilized, and after this  the tubers could be "vaporate-d in a  charober similiir to thc one above de-  ��cri bed. In this way t'ne potatoes could  be- rid of sulphur, well'dried nnd }-et  capable of being quickly .soaked, and  there would be no chance for bacteria  tocdevelop. ���  Other vegetables than these mentioned are at present in proco^ of development; but, so far the indif*ry has  proved very profitable, as evinced by  thc increased demand for dried vegetables all over ihe country,rbut especially in tbo mining regions.- '  .    TOLD OUT O^ COURT.  V v  j]  To beat,tlie quality and price  of our liquors^ Agents Giant  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Scbiitz Brewing Co,  <?  .'WRITE US FOR PHI GEM,  ���Hi  ���Mgeie Mercantile lompany  'ir,  - v  JACOB P. RNK, Mgfi. ~ ,  ���* i  aat' Kootenay'a    bi_;   nv*      order houaa.      OKA^BlitX'K, li  ��� �� ' .A  ^'^^���^Si^^-^^^ TV^f^prW's, -, .",5  ���yto. 'iocs.  Meets on tlio lirst asu!  �� lilnl llniraclajf of eimli  month.   Vlslinijj lireth-,  leniuvltec! to niteud.<  LEWIS '11I03ISOK. r. S.  aaatmumt  i'  IF S &  fit A  tsl!  ^r  S. J. WH1TCOMB  House painter, grain'er,  glazier and 'paporlianger.  AM work on perfect, surface gu ran teed. Prices' according to ' quality and  gtock required  'WIIiDEY LOD3E NO. -1-1.  Meets every Monday evening in .their  bail on Victoria; street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows'Cordially invited.  Wholesale   and  1 r i  Hetail Butchers,  Moyie, B.^C.  PATRONIZE    ,  WHITE, LABOR " l .  By Seading Your Work "fo the  UNION UDNDRY..  '     PHILIP COjNt1?.AD, Pjtor.'     '  h * ' e  GOOD WORK. I'KICKS  nKASdWAIJIE  It. A. SJUT5I, K. 0.  A. T, KKSSCDY, TKE.4S.  T. I. MOOllU,!5-  F. J��� WIYtH, I".  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Meets in McGregor hrtll every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially in-vitcil to attend.' ' f  H. H. DiiiccK, p. T. SMvni,.  President.  SHOPS    AT1  Movie '    ForC Stceif-  Craibr'ook Fernie Wanlucr  *^ti mill rtfwi in i tn  WSSiS^i'fflWSSESS^  lll'V  YOllSKf-K A  ���Hi ��??i if^, c?* *sv i~iC ^"V*,. ��� **���*���  It?  Seer c-tar v.  ^l���JJM������-^Ui^3CKw^>x.^JW^W1l^^;  ��nrc=nGasiwsit^sn*s^TM��  ra_fjL^aaTru-^%___THe__aai  pute.  an  healthful���enters into Dr*, Priced  Baking Powder*  Fruit acids are accounted  hygienlsts the most important  the elements ot the too  oi man-  C  Ji  f  ifiiw  w& d^itJ\r  ,*^i  ^���.weiiJi  ll s  '-" 4     "S1   ;  -fOiSALtg  cheap ba'ning powders  Lid;-;;?, thc.   celebrated  decs tlio  Aacoilotcs e.si��l Ssioldcjitu Coaccralng  Texas is a big- state and has a large  population,  including  many   men    of  great prominence, says Leslie's "Weekly.  But there is no man in thai- whole sovereignty with  moro refulgent  .glory  ���than Judtfa Rojy"Beao, of Langtry, who  declares that he is the "law ^-est of the  Pcjco3."   And h6 ia.   West of thc Pecos  ���river, in Texnn, thero are no limitations  to  Judge  Eean'a  jurisdiction, and he  doe3 not, as has been hinted.'-let more  statutes, "as in aUch caee made and provided," influenced him to any great extent in his deeire to make the   pnn-  isment fit the crime,   Thero ie aa unec-  <3ote told of him \vhere he sat as coroner and held an inquest on the body oi  a man who had met a violent death by  falling from the threat railway bridge  that spana the Pecos river,   An examination Bho-wcd that the mon had a revolver and $40 in cash in hie pocketc  when he was kiikd.   ,'sfter swena-ing in  p. jury i\7j(t looking over the oiSeots ci  thc dend man, Jtxdgo P,czn naid;   "Ccn-  tloraen. of the jury, ti-erc nin't no doubt  liOTy- thj'j man ccmc to his> death; thst'G  alt plain; brt ,vkat Iwouldlilritoknov?  is why in the n.i-.i.e of Mnuider ho i-ui-  i-iod  tiliat .--tin.     ^oiv, gentle.yien,   it'a  .'..Rin  thi: law to. carry a con^cal^d r-nd  loo.d-: I gxir   in tly ��(nto of Texan, and  ji".t bf.- auto thia fj-'jutlviaau took it into  n's hev' to get ki-lyd Toon't mean to let  '--ina ofiencl thc yxuee and fii^niiy   ci  Tcj:..';.   'f iixi-c hlr.i ?.;o.'-'   Thi,'"ir au ey  i.mpie of Jud.TO Ii--,u'=:    cVic.Unt   ivi  ministration.    Some day. his deckjloiy,  win be published 'and then-   wc   will  havft i"oy tho.ftrat/'tiraii. a clear'  nndev-  ,ataiLdin��" of.the. law -of i.'-c frontier,    -  OHAS.sp.  OAMPBBLL,  ,   Funeral Director  -  and  Embalmer.  Graduate o^Cbampioij College oi tbe  United Btatcs. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office alul  store, Aiken's block, near Canadiaif  Bunk of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended,to.  Oranbroolr.    -        E. O.  Moyie Board of Trade  Dilcc^s "in^ tl.c Moyio school.. ,  home on the first Wednesday  evening of each month' at  8 o'clock eliarp.  J. P. Faiuikix, Pl'C3.  A. P. M.vouoxaijP A. T. CLAJik, i  j ������J*"MB-5irtrsi.i fc-  [J.J.-MUBPHY  & G0,\9  SXOKK, MOYIE, U. C.  Vice-Proa.  St'Cv.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  and Soo Line.  JOHN KtiyXflSN,  MEIiCilA.NT   TAILOK.  ytylisti  Young   ^[c.tj's  We/.r.    Tailor  Made Suits.  !?OUTIl   VrOTOKTA P,TKb"/i',  Moyie,  A.    E. , RICHARDSON  Hauling and Draying.  "Wood for, f>.-d'\  m.oyiG, h.  -JOUjV    UAItilliK, <3>.    l>.    S.,    T���    :<  ��� l n'iirfX/y Wi{-^.^l <  i (Jificc and Kciddcnco    OHANiii;'  j-'Ay.ova  A,  m  m  UffllTB  .95  to  T. A Ut���V AI LY  Tit,\ IX���AVE ST,  With   direct  connecting   'osrVicc  and from the  EAST    , KOOTENAY     COUNTRY  First class sleepers on all  traim. Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat daily for St. Paul,  Saturdays for Monlrenl and  Boston, Mondays and Thurs*  days for Toronto.  DAILY    TltAIN.  WESTBOUND " EASTUOUND  IS :21 lvc MOYIE lve. 8 ��� hi  Connoclo at xdacleod for Calvary  and Edmonton and :���', Medicine Hat  for all points, east.  CJcuncclR at Kootenay   Latxtmg  for  vll points in   Vyr��-t  Kootenay,   .Slccin  nnd Boainlary (ii; trictH, nnd, for   iV.ci- i  tic   coarat fihd   laa'n   iin^   point.s  via. i  ZtevelaioLc. !  i  Al)].ly for Ilira,;, My.- ,ilhi:C ;���!;, Ticlf.t -"i::'l ;  Full I'lfoona'ifV] to "lyirct !a\ il '  AKf-af, tn  i.-.M. .Mansfield-, Ayejit, Moyie.       ..I  If you cannot bring your  washing, send it  to   tho  MOYIE LAUNDRY  ��� PRICES SEASONABLE.  I.KB X HIOKKV.   *  At IV  ���*<;  .Christmas   io  coming. ���  Get  your pictures  taken   lo sond  borne.    PJtEST.   the photo-  graphor, will visit  Moyie  on  each    Saturday.     Flayliligb.f j  picLf.rcc taken at   tho  Moyie;  or at   your   room   or  hoiu-ie. ,  Leave   your  orders   r.t   onfe. '  No i'"mo to delay,  Prices Given  and: Orders  Taken on  in uhz r  '  i A  I".  xtvqz  Hi  c,.  uo.  C'lt  Jj-.Hll.lJ.'()()k:)  rbotograpiicj  rUoyjc,     ysart Soolti,  ,loysp'.?psir't  \V. V. AKDEKHOi;  X.r; A, yt'eia  .1H-  I'\..i. GOVUO,  A . Q. i.'. A., Vjjni.ifivi;  Wi!! Visit ft_Gy>3 or  tut'St-iuV  ''�����d V/5tbiosi!ay'  1 syifiFiSi  ib��HME.W  1   '���'   VI   ���    ;  I -i .V.'  '  '.I'M 1',' ?  '^���"^fe'i^i-'H^  'j^E.!l  ^��m��Z&>>


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