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 y - r '���-     y ..-t.-' -.*  *    '- / '.'���  v.-   l~ -    -a/ - - \        S .,./,,+  ^^1   ������"  M  yOL.4sNO 29.  MOYIE, B. C. NOVEMBER 2. 1901.  S3 A YEAE  WAh  stem  Life in Lake,  liked by everyone.    His  parents   auu j  brothers hnve tiie heartfelt' sympathy  of   the   whole   community   in    their  bereavement.  | Prints, Cottons, Underskirts, Overskfrts  f Underwear, Cotton Hose, Summer Cor-  S sets! Some beautiful patterns in light  I Press^Goods. - .  -    '���j&<A&>^,'^-^j^,-/&--&-j^'i^>Aa*''^r.j0'.A��7..  ft  | In gentlemen's"' lines the finest stock of  'I l)oots in Mojrie.  Light underwear from 75 d8 0ayb and up,r  Summer hats from 25c(s up  Oottan hqso' from lit cent? up.  Iff llPPBR IIIE LAKE  COMPANY.  m  gyii  ft  CANADIAN' BANK - OP . COMMERCE.  , I '  Paid'jcfp Gapifcal' $3,000,000.  (- t'  HUBERT HAINES; MGR  m rr\  I    i  m  11  \j l  A  Every Effort has Been,Mads  to Ilecover the  Body'  ' r   ' But all Search has  Been Futile.  Tom JohnttoiW dro-.vncd, and hit,  body is still at the bottom of the upper  Moyie lake. Ft is one of the saddest1  affairs which has over occurred in  Moyie.  Shortly after one  o'clock  last Wednesday after noon-J oli n ston left  Moyib  in a boat for the placer "mining camp  on L'irnb creek.   The wind  was blowing, but the lake was, not   what could  be considered dangerously rough.    He  "had seine powder and a Jew supplies  which he was   taking   to   thc   camp.  Nothing waa   known   of  the accident  until about. fouWolock when Engineer  Murphy of tlie   east   bound   passenger"  wired to Agent Hiliier  that he  had  seen a capsized boat at the head of the  narrows as   lie   was   passing   eta  the  train.    L. A. Rickets wt(s at  the  Elation when the news came,   and  knowing that Jdhnstbn had gone out, sized  it up'that it might   be   his   boat,   so  uotified Tom's   brothers,   Andy   and  Frank.  N. A.,Mackenzie, Proprietor.  " '       . ii * ' ' *" *\   "     '" r ' '  ���e .Hotel for the   masses. .Eyerythmg* Iftrst  in every   rSstoect..   Sample Rooms'for  r-        '  '       '   '     '"���'"'��� --\    / ��'      A , ~-'    ' '  Ccftmaercial men,  I MOYIE,  British .Columbia.  w  9  f,  to  j��r. ij*', j&r. jar, jgr. ^e^, ^, A/gsr. >s*. ys^.j^f. jgr. jir. ^.-er. ^<r.  (ts  w  BKS.lUt.XIK It,  Lnrgo sample room in connection  with house for commercial num. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Comntencial and  iVfiriiric/   IVfen.  is-  I  W -      W     A < W  C|V    QUEEN  AtEX-IE, ��� ��� . ���  -^SlO^^-->��*.��� >*_���>��*.���>��.���>*.��� ^*v��_'r>��a_',>E?'<Sr:>��ij_"^!-;;^!_,- ^iBw-f^Sk-^ii.' >^'??*C^2i.'.^*A?,t'^?8>'  m  ��s  MOy.JB,- 3.0.     ^  -wMMaa^'jui^j^m-x-srasicajtm'J*  We are showing a lot of splendid  Trunks. Sot the ordinary, common  everyday kind of a trunk, but trunks  that are built to stand tli& rough! and  tumble of a journey, At every part  where the strain comes on is doubly  Strengthened. Patent catches, good  strong locks and beautifully finished  they exactly fill the bill for every^  one who wants axi up to elate tr una,  ip fl  OLD.  TELESCOPE ?ALISBS  About four o'clock   ihe, upset   boat  was picked up by Mini Giant's launch  a few hundred yards   above   the   narrows find   Tom   Johnston's   hut   was  .found fioaliug^a short  distance   away.  That night a party of about 20 went  out to seaich for the body,    They wore  well    equipped     with     torch,   lights/  lanterns,>pik5   poles,   etc.    Tlie   spot  where the boat -upset was found  and  there was toiuid   the sack  of   powder,  t'ie sack   which   he   used   iu  carrying  parcels, his   pipe   and   Some   letters.  The night was very dark and a drizzling  rain was falhr.j aud about oue o'clock  in the mornmg the search   v:as  given  tip.    The next day a   party   went   out  with drag hooks  and   dynamite-,   but  nothing was found   excepting  Tom's  gloves, whicti   were   floating    not   far  from the stuff which   -was .found   the  previous   night.    A   thorough   search  has been kept up ever since, but up to  going to press the body   lias   not   been  found.   ���  How  the- acciderft   occurred , is   a  mystery.    The boat is considered perfectly safe and tlie   water  in   thc   narrows is nevsr iough.    He could   swim  faii'ty well, and if  he   had   started   for  either shore there is,  little   doubt  but  that he could have readied -t io cafely.  There are two theories advanced.    Oue  is that when he was euteriut:   the   big  lake he wanted to change from rowing  to the paihlle,   as  the   breeze   would  carry tho boat nicely along,  and  that  in changing he lost   his   balance,   fel  outyind turned the  boat   as   he   feih  That, lie   Mvsim   after   the   boat    and  ���prob.ibiy leached it :\ud hung en i-ntil  he perished in the coid'waier. when Ik  losl hi.-; iioid and wont to  tlie   I-jtumi. i  'Tho ulhi-i lhenry i-- that he }-oi c.iiigm}  in   (he    boat,    '.ihen    A    lipped^   This?!  theory is  cntrrtidiicd    from    Lh'^    fact '  that when tho   i.ie-i   in . iho   launch |  Wined the   lnut   they thou.uhi   ih.-y i  noticed an ob;''ei lireal: loose and t.:nk. |  When tho boat,   v.ms   lurned    it    was  foundthatthoso.il   wi>.s   broken   and  that there were pond hllies in it.  A reV/ard of !r'('��0 has been offered for  i \ t  the recovery of the body.  Thomas B. Johnston was bom in  Olympia,' Wachinglpn, August 20th,  1855, nnd v/as 'AG   years   of   age  Kefinlngr of TLesul.  Among the  questions seriously   engaging   the   attention   of   the .mining  men of this section   is   the   silver-lead  refinery, says the Nelson, Miner.    The  Trail smelter people have been   giving  tiie matter consideration and   the   an1  uouueement has been made lhat   they  are ready to undertake the   enterprise  as soon as ii guarantee is  given   of ��� an  iidequ its supply of ore.    From   inlor-  m.'ttion gathered 'the   quantity   that   a  refinery should have in order  to. work  satisfactorily is 100 tons  of  lead   pigs  per day.    The .silver-lead  ores   oi   this  section run irom 20 per cent, to GO per  cent, so taking 40   per   cent,   as   the  average, this would require 250 tons of  ore per day, or   87,500   Ions'a   year.  The whole output of   the   Slocan   and  East Kootenay for this year is expected  to go liclyesa 50,000 and   00,000 tons  so that there must be considerable   increase   m ^-production     before     that  amount is reached, but the insrea'se  of  $5 per ton, which the bonus offered by  the government wou'd add to ihe'price  realized by ;the   miner   for   the ��� lead  would bring' about  extraordinary   ;\c-  tivity amobg, the) silver lead mines   ,If  the total output of ihe East  Kootenay  mines could be procured the   quantity  would be forthcoming. "  The duty on manulaotut'ed lead and  lead in pig's Jwould give some' ad van*,  tage to the home refinery, and e?en  now the' smelters 'are able to have some  of their crude lead refined in bond and  reshipped into Canada but thisA> quantity id almost infinitesimal. The production oi lead from this refinery  alone would be 36,000 toncl, r while t'lo-  co'rding to the official trade returns, the  total imports ot lead and its prducts  into Canada amonnt to only about  12,000 tons,' I!, willthusbe se!:n thac  the question of home smelting and refining is at a- stage in' which, a very1  smal'i turn in Ihe scale would make  them accomplished facts. , ,  Czolgosz Electrocuted Tuesday,  LOCAL    NEWS.  AT THB AUBURN JUffl.^.'rs  He Expressed no Sorrow for  'the Grime He Gomniit-  tedJ; and Made Brief  Speech,    ,'     t  A fter & Hig- Yot Hole.  Crunbrook Hotel:    On   the Moyie  river at tlie upper falls, Harry Wright,  Alex   Langford,' Ed    Callahan     and  and others   are   testing   a   pot   hole  theory   that   may    prove     all     right.  Where'tho   water  is  congested   in a  narrow   canon   above, '.the   falls,   they  'have blown out a  hole   and   diverted  tho stream, thus leaving   the basin   at  the base of   the  falls dry.    This  they  are preparing to prospect and   is  pos-:  sible that they may stiike a big, thing.  The waters that h?2ve flowed into   that  basin for ceuturies, have   wound   their  way through the gold bearing sands of  thc Moyie valley, aid there is   uo, telling how much   may   have   been    deposited below the falls.  Auburn, October 29.���At 7:12:30  o'clock this moruinsLeon F. Czolgosz,  the murderer of President McKiuley,  paid the extreme penally exacted by  tlie law for-his crime, He was shocked  to death by. 1700 volts of electricity.  He went to the chair in .exactly the  same manner as have other'murderers  with no sign of fear, but in fact doing  what few of them have , done, talking  to tho witnesses while ' he was being  strapped in the chair. ,       ��  "I killed .the president because he  was an enemy of good people���of the  good working people, lam not .sorry  for my crime."  These were his words as- the guards  hurried him into the chair. Words he  supplemented a moment later, mumoling' them through the half adjusted  face straps. "L am awfully sorry' T  could not see my father." ,.  Czolgosz retired at 1 o'clock last  nigh i aud slept so soundly that, when  warden Mead went to the cell shortly  bsfcre 5 o^clock -this' morning the  guard [atid'4 had,to tJhak'e Czolgosz ,to  awaken him.   ' Ozdlgofiz' breakfast con-  i] k1  sistetl of toast, eggs, bacon rfnd  cedfee  and ho ate with quite  a 'good   Ileal of  relish.  The    autopsy     was    conducted   by  Carlos F.'McDonald, an expertalienist  and former president of the New York  state lunacy commission, >hd  Dr.   E,  A. .Spitzka.of New York.    The  top of  the head wa's   sawed off through   the  thickest part of tbe skull, which   was  found to be of normal thickness, and it  was  tho   unanimous   agreement  aitcr  microcopical   investigation- 'that . the  -brain was normal,   or  sliehtly    above  : I ,  normal. This demonstrated to the  satisfaction of the physicians that in  no way was Czclgosz's mental condition, except as it might have beeu  perverted, responsible for tlie criins.  "Barney" Wilson caught 70 trout in  about four hours in Lamb creek one  day this week.  The tops of the mountains surrounding Moyie are covered with a . light  mantle of the beautiful. ��� ���  Dr. Iliggihs was up from Fernie on  a short, yisit'tho first of the week.  tie has just finished  J. B. Rudd's ranches,  -which are south of town a few, miles  on-the Moyie river. Mrs. Rudd has  recently,, purchased the Galbtaith  place.'    ,  Th*} new addition to the schoor  house is nearly completed,  Chas. Biesel and John Bakke are  out on a prospecting trip. ��� '  "Monty"    Howe,    tha   electrician,  went lo   Murysville   yesterday   and  is"  likely to remain. ' ' A  . id.'B. King,   the Cranbrook   grocer,  was down to Moyie Wadnesday.  Rov.Sheridau is away to. Kaslo o'u  business therefore there will be no  Methodist-service   tomorrow evening,  S. A. Seott was up from Elko Tueaj  day. "���'.-.  James Cronin was down  to Nelson.  this week attending a meeting of the  Mine Owners' Association. '       y  Crtd. r Crowe has returned .from  Rossland.  A:F. Geddes and family left ','thi^  week for Elko, where Mr. Geddes is to*  engage in the' mercantile, business;  Mr. Geddes is a rustler and the Leader'  ie pleased io see him'branching out on  his own hdu'k.  ���   Mrs.   Harper ' was   in    Craiftffook  ,  yesterday.  Augustave Lc?man fsiI from the top  of the stairs back of H^nsej's building  Thursday and sustained such injuries  as to make it necessary to aecure the  services of a physician. Dr. Green  fixed hini'up.  ' ' - i   .   }      *" j_*  P.. J. ATcMaiion is tip from JSlko, for  if ".i  a few dr-yc.  -   Miss Soper (returned   to  Kimbefiey  yesterday'.'  ; .���-,-*  Geo. Reed went east this week; some '  say for a bride.  ' A. B. Gracfc,' publisher  fo"   the -Fort  Sleele Prospector, was  here   today  at-,  of   the   license  �� A Correction.  'In printing the byWws' regulating  thc Moyio Water Co. an error seems  to have' been made. Three days n.  stoiid of 10 days is the time allowed' in  making pa3'ments for tho use of water.  Rule 23 when corrected rends as follows : ...  The water rate, exiepl for meters,  will be due and payable in advance, on  the first clay of each mouth; at the  ofiico of the secretary, and if not paid  within three days thereafter the watc-r  will he shut off from the premises as  provided >n ruh3, 21 and 22.  S50 BEWAitD.  We, the r.ndersigned, offer a reward  of $50 for the recovery of the body of  Thomas B. Johnston.  JOHSSTON I?ROS.  teuding the  naeetirig  commissioners.  i .    ��.    *      -     i-  Chief Magistrate Armstrong and W.  R. Ross, S. AI., held court here, today.'  Gus. King *left;_tliia;*'morning for  Spokane to remain for the winter.  Air. and ,Mrs. O'JJelly left this  morning for Spokane to remain.';  ,  H. W, Barnes, chief license inspector of the district, was in  town   today.''  The license commissioner":jAu'cre' ni  session here today.  He  :rlo:Doual<l's Succf-MSot- not  Known.  K.vstdand, October UL���It, is by no  means .certain who will suoeccd Bernard rilcDoiiiili/ as general man.iger at  iIn: Le Roi, but thc ex-uianagorV  down-town iriendb have boon i n-^y today explaining why he wai' fired. It  has boon hinted today, that not.only  wili tho entire office fdaff ho changed  by the new management, hut a' new  firm of ooliciloio will also be appointed.  . Metut Quotations.  Xew     York,   Oct.   '.)L���Bur   silver,  57.j   cents.    Lead,   price,   for   miners  was single and had agcunit:la,ted  con-   an,i smeUerg, !?4.37^ at thc closo. Cop-  ���id'srnble Tp-ropqi'ty,    I^e,was .interested   pprj brokers', price, ii51G.S7 @ $17.-  --^VAND'^.'  !| v.'iLli Franl-: and Anijrq'.v 4ohp3tpn  n)  iil:3 Hofip, t?tah',had . _,oo<!���. .fining  '''lyiesea^qj^'liw. LardeiiU,W^u!;ry  and  ������rjcbd ^irrib^. ;ptsrosta,, ^eav.. Olympta..  i'Hl's iiUlisr and   mother t. end, .neveral  ���brothers      reside      near j  Olympia,  Ho    was   big   hearted, ,  kind    and  ijentlo In   i.lisnoi3i��ion   and  \m\ti   wd\  '.A'-.  f?W^A^A,A:y:A. Ay:yy,AAAC-"A ..      y   .  London, Oct. 31.���Loud ��10 lis.  ,'.   tSo"UaloU Sloyos to. MarySTlllOt,.  ' t.,.?osgph jETehaiciy1 tho uruggiafc;- is,  skoving; Ahia yatoc'k tti Marysville,  Schaich is a good druggist and a good  citizen, and it is hoped he will ment  with good success in the  now  smelter  bv-'i",  ..       .       '     ,  JelVoxics ainI'lthiiUn Train'.ng:.  Saa Francisco,   October   29.���Campion Jim Jeffeiies and Gus Rhulin are  already in fine trim for their battle  io��-  the ch'.xmpion3hip   of   the   world    on  November  IGth.    Sp   far   as  physical  condition is concerned,   either  one   of  theiu could step inio thc   ling   tomorrow aud put up tho   iigiit   of   his  life.  Tne re is no longer any doubt as to tho  certiinty of the eve-.it taki.jg place   on  the date for   which   it   is   scheduled.  Harrv Corbet! has  homy agreed   upon  a^ referee,   N>th   sides   bi-ijig   satisfied  t!'.;1! he i.-i capable and honosl. and cannot be bullied.    Jeflerios is wrvking a!  a sumnu-r hotel at Harbin   Springs)   in  Lake    county���it     cozy    little   place  twe.ntv two   miles    from .the    nearest  (olograph      M.'tion     and    twenty-1 wo  miles by stage from the railroad.  Gus Khuiin is  training   at  Six Mile  house, on the San Bruno road,   which  '       i .       -  is, as its name indicates, six miles  outside of Sau Francisco. The hotel  is well mi iu (he mountains and in a  lonesome place. Gus is working as  bird as oyer, and BiPy Aladdon says  his only trouble is to keep him from  laboring too hard. Charlie Coff and  Denver Ed Alartiu spar with Gus every  day* Alike PonoVah, of Rochester,-  and.George-Gibbs,'a clever local light���  'weight, occasionally take a turn -with  the big man.. Kid Lavinge joined the  outfit, a few daytago,    Billy Madden as  Card of Thanks.  We ^sotrt; to convey   to  the, peoplo.  of Aloyie our heartfelt thank's  for their  sympathy in our bereavement,  not expressed merely in wTds, but in arduous'  labor,   under WY.t   unfavorable   conditions for the recovery of the body   of  our beloved brother.) Thomas B.  John;  ston.    We consider it an honor and   si  privilege to live in a community where  everyone   without  solicitation    voluntarily and of their  own   motion   have  considered no weather  too, inclement,  no surrounding;? too dangerous, no tori  too excessive to assist  us   in   ou'r   un-  hayp> task.    We   amnoi   thank   you  each p'l-vonally.. am!    iv-;   tiko1 tliis  rprosr;ing to our   profund  medium i'T c  gratittulo.  P. F. JOHNTSTGtf, -      ���  ANDitKW JOHNSTON.  U'r.u'U-d' to l'ny -VV-'tci I'out.  LasWfonday the city wafer wa.s shut  oil in order to make sumo slight repairs. <,,".iiit<- a number tlmughl (he  water w.is shut off because it i-;is not  paid for, and ut least a half a dozen ap-.  proaehed Vic Di-saulnier with, money  and wanted lo square up.  l-utt|-'al,i5 dh'cotiug Rhulin's work,  "In some parts of Peru," states   the  O'rcgoniaii   gravely,   "hens'  eggs   are,  circulated as small   coins,   4S   or   50'  being counted for  a  dollar.".   There's,  free coinage for voir .pure and simple������  William Jorinjngs Bryan coiildu't������ nsk  for anything better*    And; just -think. ���  of the hardship it must  work  oh the  PeiTiviiui .numismatologist who, starts  to inake a collect km of rurs ok! coined  Kg�� -Hv
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of Moyie and East Kootenay. j
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nent Cure in all Cases.
-T. ,T. S.irYTH A- CO.,
Publishers. '
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| j Harvey    &   ?£cCarter,
Harvey, MeCarter & Aiexiiutier,
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'Barristers & Solicitors.
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WTUEDAY, NOV. 2.   2901.
There is nothing like Asthmalene.
If brings  in-tan fc   relief,   oven   in   tlie
It  cure.-:   when nil  else
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onrn rinson.
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The political situation has  assun-.i-d
a more placid ■aspect.
WELLS,   oi    Vih'a
i Ridgp, JU.5 says:    "y(mr ln-Mi buU]o o/l
J AsJhmul. no received in good c.mdi-
jtiuny 1 cannot d-li yt.w hov/ tl.iinhful
'I feel for thegoo.i dcriy'd  nom   if.    j
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WW<il l.lm f-ffim,,! nv.< ;..  :.,._.,._-.'. throat and   Vnthmii   An    Im,   ,,-.,,-.,
!$ the official a::e is coming thW way
vPtuma   f ■ j j    (mj   3 riir:'.
[ oi ii-'paircd ^f cvY-r in Ircr  (Mired.
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raarre^r^rj. au=ai«*3i^.7^
' i,'nn_!  ahon..
winter^   ov.iroat    ^'"r •;,:;<'i,inlw""t "f"'' »«" curb of this
and -ummor's \v«^td Ui) ,,0iV Jn  f
There is Jibonf a third more Inmher'
ing done'in East Kooienisy now th.ui
iu West Kootenay.
Sir Thomas hijuon h ss determined
to sell the Slnmrock IJ , -And the ■„
now on the American rnarkei. |
dri-ddful and  t,;n;:v niing
g i!:*C£:^e, A---
! thma, and ilion»Jit you'li.nl OVf;r:-];o!;c;i
yourselves, but ro?'Avvil to ;;ive it a
trial To my .-is-nniahmuni, the tiinl
acted like a charm. Scud me a full-
size bottle."
Sev. Ur: Harris Weclisler,
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ie Ooiiir.    Jjn.-ti Joi-ael.
3,'ew York, Jan. ,'?, ]<)01.
Djis- T.\j-r Jlu<!A. ZIiiVH'JNF, Go.
WiLh the. cold weather  approaching/     ff,»ih-ii;t.  :' Vour Asibth'ulei/e is°!in
'id H any wonder that the' resident _)7|eXul'1,,,Qt -ri'«»edy fur Asthma and Hay
■Movie ii™ nnriftin. ».» r,«. m ou Fever, and *its  cohipositiun   alleviates
all troubles which  combine   with  As-  r
tlmin.    Its success is aetouiahiue  and
^111111^ Stoci
Daily market prices  by   wire
from Spokane.
Accounts Promptly Collected    In
surance Agents,   .Notaries' Public.
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WlTAIlY  Vviv.aIC, Accoux-l      (j
'j'/.^y.   Ov0?j;hr-j'sio.v   Axi>ify-n
I >:s 11 r • a no ro A a i*y\ t.
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■Moyie are anxious to get "hose?"
A-AyAV'-yV-  -Ay.,|Fr.,^j;.:?
, Tunneling under deposit vaults and | wondeifuh
■/drilling ud through, the iioors  is   the \»t     i     - '
latest fad "among   the   fraternity   of Lin,' 11 ° " °?r.eiU,ly  an.ti]^zsd'  ^ can  stale  that Asthmalene con-
crooks.    The Chicago post cilice   was I 01"U,n/ m0rpblne' ch,oroform or etlie^   Very truly yours,
rcrooks,    The Chicago post oilice   was'
'recently burgali^ed m this manner.
With   the   three largest   silver-lead
'producers in Canada—-the St. Eugene,
North   Star and  Sullivan—plenty,  of
■gold, iron and copper ores, coal enough
'to last several generations, and having
■jiemolter  and   refinery, surely' South |
•East Kootenay is in position   to  pros- '
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an illustration ' cf how little good to
their cause is accomplished by killing
ipresident of the United States.* ,Tuu
n    t.    ' „   '        ""' A vox Sphixqs, N.Y„ Feb 1  iQOi
Dn, Taft Bros. M-ioxaxz (Jo. • ' * U1
Gontlcmon :   I write this testimonial frou' a senw n>" ,i.,.,.  i     •
has tocanlBI.,.. ,viu, .-pasmodio astbmalor the pu, 12 /    "    H^L « '
h«uS,od m, o-vo .nu, a8 ivcll as man.v 01hera, I   cPhauoeil \,   If^ A        . .
/upon your windows on 180th street NawYnrV T.,f , '   ^ gl
A3th„ials„, ,Jy ,,fe ,ji.^-^ »^ reflr°3 l;;t„:ir;. vWES^c"^—
«aki:istks., sowejfron, j.tc
Commission   and   lusurnncc
iiVgent. '   ( '
Instir'aDce Co,'*
Fort Steele, ,'" .■ r b.«C.
Oit57-   Shaving   Parlor,,
■    ■   ^
S Si« n
'Clothing',-' Gents'    Furnishings,
Boots,  Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc
VicTOJir.v AA-jc.y Moyi..,' B.
JAKB_HELs6Hr.:Proprieto'. \
Miners   headquarto,....  Goo,l>ccommod,ui0na  lor travelers.   ' Dost   TO„
A    , liquors vrnd cigars kept in stock.
Lake Shore Addition
M0Y1E5 il
[)| M£.a    un illu^ration cf  how little good   to   consistency recommLd HZ i ^n"^ ^^   ^-1 that I   can
N&.'^ffi   .^—^-oomplished by   killing   tressiug disease.   You,  „ S" ^  "n  TT"   ^   ^ ^
:iy>'.mU   '.^"sidwitof the United Stated ,To* . ^POotful^, ^ ^ 0,D. PHELPS, M. D,,
I '*$ Vfjirj Sj    ?:;;£ifnt ^a? kiUed; his ,MaMi_J   vua j Dk. Ta*t 2J«os. H^wixe Co   '        ° ■
i-'All^W1-,     billed,   and1  &tiil    the    LTnili-'   ma(» ' f ,.,.• -" '    ' • - '     -I'et). 5, 1901.
Ahiiui riU£S 1!l0„gasu1o;1iL:^:tw„m^SA.:;:::Arti::^afriAfcr"'^•iL-et;ied
y|-!:j|l.. T»«^»"-«'!Aw^1,,M^dej:;;;;:^A;^;^^^ j h.™ ____.:_, r0i;,
flylll-^WWy W-"«~ ^^-^-.w^er^w^:-^-"-.:»^.^y-
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Bend Your Work
To 1
NoiiB, B. C.
|^tS,appea.mce.    Matherson Etos. have   health nndani Mn^u7w* Z"u       ^ "^   ^    '^   ^ °f
mt   M    ^—i-rable difficulty   in   geuin J use of as vou iee"  " H^n       dd^ ^^/.^V0'11" ■"'^U ^ make 8Dcb
WftvlS^   stftrleii-buc uow have smoothe  WiHb«. ■"      "■ 9        " '        jt,v,n8lon strect«    S.RAPHAEL,
""""""Si   al-'*ul of lluuu.    The Urn issue is weM    T-;' , /   _        '   ■ '"  6/   ^' ^9th st., New York City.
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f':( m
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ahead of tliBiii.    The tirst, issue is we1.!
_   ^    gotten up aud h a c-odit to  Lhe' town
iv$ jjj    in which it is published.    Tho  rdmho-
|H|    son boys a-   strictly  white,   and   are
'|W||    ileserving of   thc best  possible .treat-
Where if will1 bo^Dono   Satisfactory.
i     i f , ti **
' • i ' .   '
" '     P: LUTNEIVPkop.  ■
1 i'i,i     ■*  >     *_■■ ii
:{j-'-7l    .   "In "0n'e Parts of Peru," shite,   the
Uln   0rc^niau-gravely,  -hens'   i ?g9    nre
[f ;;,J   ^reulared aa small   coins,   JS   or   50
Jf ij   bei?S counted for  a   dollar."    There's
_jj. y   free coinage for you pure and simple—
.William Jennings Bryan couldn't,  ask
for anything better.    And   just   thinly
of the hardship it must work on   tho
Peruvian nnmismatologist  who start*
io makp a collsctioti of rare  old coins.
co,ro_£uSs;_ s^oY.ooi:;;a<ldroeaina dk- ta™ bros' n*™™*
Suality not excelled dn tiua-jomai&y. Try it anc^
, be .convinced.
For hire by the hour or}-;by
the   dny.    Moderate!' rates.
di '^
If*    iS
ready 'b 'hand to lu"m. With the de-
parluicqf tlio>e two men, it is not
likely the strike will continue' Ion;,'.
Llenry Lrainober. who seems to be thc
power behind the throne   in   the   Le
finished, fiirt ,'urin-   ihe   whole   proceeding* there  was  njt   ono   word  of |
wrangling.    With   all  his   f..u]ts,   tho i
Indian   can   still   t^oh     his    'white  nr
brother .-. few !««SOn_.    Two white men
lh cjfriotor.
Poi   manage.,.,,;,   knowa  thllt   thej, \ ^    r   p"J       ^^ ^ »bM° "^
^Wew idle -LkilloJ   hard.r.ck^ine^jtnau   u     er     " ^        ' ^'^^
on (he Pacific  coast,   and   ho   knowJdea IwP] '        g °'" • "   W,nn,nS
thnt in order to miue the Lo   Roi   sue
I Th%®£telis Ne^ and well Furnished   The I
*        Mnfe a^2 SV-PPlie^ with the Best thi *
.newest, Viands oi iiiquors and' Cigars. §
AND'MINING MSN '        a
w -it
than did thL_.   »:oor   iyoorant
whelfsettling ihtir horse deal.
dlocan   Drill:    Do-khobor.-  aro  he, - -	
_ ^   wg.brough. in   from    tho   Not th west   cessfuIb' only jjood tnon can   he   used.
% $   Territories to work  in   the  liossland Wood mcn   uve   no1   "sca'bs"   in   any
|W|   mines.     Strange   uaea    aie     Clifford   C0Unfcry'and n.°  one  k"Owa   it   better
;|| I   Sifto-'s pets being put to.    H has eocl lt,la'1 Mr" Briltuobcr-    With good men       ,, ,,_      .   „
« «   the Canadian people a prineelvsum to    WJ" C0,n(' {l lo,1S  ^^ oi  peace and . Ut JtTl
-   '    - ' prosperity at P.ossiaud.    Tho   roim-in , BUmn:Cr  ,!1   U)C   h-,nbor
der of the country ia all right-Ne^on   ™°']; 0,i   ih(i   UW"'  >*■   John  river,
Tribune. * "     jJJiy rk!U,J"'   un<hil.   i,c   recently   came
'oiH to civilization and lauded at  li-elix
|0   clothe and  feed   (hoeo  European  un
,|g   desirables   since   th- v   c une   to   the
I |   Dominion, while all efforts Yo   civilize
j!J |   the   creatures   sc3n.    to   havo   failed.
ui $   -t. '   ~"--"'    lu   "I've   laited.
| V| JNico spectacle ol our Ottawa aaphead.
j i ^ ^qmuKloriug public monW in iimnd.it
'' vf| rng Ihe country 'witl; du.npin.^ from
| Europe in order that (yranmeaicaidtal
-    lfl.ty dcb.mch hon(»:i   Cau'-dian   work-
-'V Preneh-Canculian has   been   keep-
i   "«■   iien.
1 ,rt
f3^*j*lll*i.m*i^wu uin-uncftaa '
o'ik-c the day of iho iiif.ii.jiicaiii.ii of
the itrikn in KiJ},>).-t
ll    V.ujI (iii
I  I
j'r ,; r««»l^K« of mifir.-p,,. ,.„.,.,„„,.. ;MS
(,4 ,j bcux carried on. 'iUi,. [i(>i t,)1;ip;inv
(;.,"• controlled a runvyup,,, , :„,,. llliu,rs
1 fid reiiortei.-i obcy.-.l awnn-iic,..! lo
■ thcluttcr. 'l!i.,se edit.),-! and icpurler.-,
weie Wo eorry-pouder-ts to other
'*{ newspapers and of the Associated Pre*?
1 This prachcally gave the I„-, u0j
f company l:,0 ear of every editor of n
«Hlly nevi.p.ipf, Ju c.i.nt.1.1. l)„i !
notwithfatiuHiiug thihga-at ndvrnf-L'o I
tlH-n^n^oraofthol... Wi company
who devised tliis campaign-for the
dt^imihatiou of falaehoods have coins
to (Mief. The one. at tI7orthnort s>:t
In- yuccesoor looking/over the ground,
Jml'.-Hi J.'i 0:131, Uirr.
A rather novel sight   was   tho apee-
t««:l« of some J DO head of Indian   eav-
J"S''tf hi-ina   djivon   ihiuu^l.   the   town
l-«st v/i't-];, c-ay.i th<j (Ji-.inhrooL  Jlerahl.
Thyv   ;:,.d   })..0   i,u:ri,.io„fj    ,,,.    .i?;
'•'.■ism l.uy...r :lnd were op.-...!;.^" ,...,,,.
l»d for ....ion:   )j,jipy,   'vho   aiii(li,tV,
^M,..t,m;i:y,„:],..,    ,   ,.,, ,   V!l,i,rIV|        „,
-if ..,,'-    . . -     lilOillu.-l
^»o-"i.y..i:fjl.{i..j   y   11;;   :-;jf,v-nu.(r   !
""J * * fcv-Ll i .-v...!   ,,;„.,.;■  , .,,
'Aim unison,
.Wio host Felix made him comfortable
and after attending to ihe iaucr man
wad asked- by the- newco:m ;• foi the
"What the uew.y. Felix?"
"Xo new- Hhiilnv.'r," u t,:;t-d (ho
.oyial boniface, and th. n n-ni-ndiorine
l'«»t hi'^i.vt hii«l J,-, n   j'iHs, .   ..,,,ny
'    , illot, Cold and Vapor Hatha.;
Opposite 'Cosmopolitan     Hofef
! \Y. J,.  POTSY I»rot„ o
Area ted Waters of all
. £7.nds."
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'v' I'.-lix.
'.'A! O.ie job,
Ov'.':-;(.nt.i.ju.ii: t-lty ;d th;
A "pow wow" was calls
braves eeatcdthemWvea in
'I'h' gue.-i.
yy:s. prices.
uj .'.■:!'.'!} L for   a   n oineut
purlin-  out   tho    matter,    yitddenly
yJthe- one  at 'Bossland  hnow^hi'a   iled ■ .olomnity,  after  oottntin^    ,,{Gh
ry, arc-numbered,    BelaKadish has  W»'b   pile,  finger, . being' thY   ^
i ii,.     . . y'
„       a. light'brohe , ov^r   his  couutenMnce
eu-Y-o   iand hqC&nC-Ud^'' °tU:r°   ^0Uj   Pcilix'
inothere earth, WW. -!;,-in, :0t ^ttti^-'^0^-6^^'   «ho ' m.ijst-.-have'
ilcdyjolomnkvA B»j.flr   ,^.„;„„   '""   1tt'.}^  Iclpgniph.y... _   '
*'!)uj|»il«t (in<)  Iifjif,
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a.  '*-■"' y ^.i.p'    ">'■ '^'r    ■••■-.
do.-ved -fche fTuest lot
•^   '» i.j v.»yi
^^Z'YYm        *.,■ aUlShhaS !na,rG   Pile'   CaSe«-^^  Hio   tally,   ^^^^^^
^,Y;Y\y,;Y;4:^Y;Y!,f^y'>riJ,  a'Y ,7dl,M'I,?nn,^t^»^' '^«ivi.8loW-     M..oa-Vicuiria  fftreet on   easy !|w»-!?^o«
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m.iolw10 r'>T1,rilr,K 'i- «!■ L'ch nnd description rr.av
•liUcklj' iujiul„iii onr opinion frco vv ititlr-r nn
I'litcntn takon fchrou&h Munn *Vn- rni.M-
"iwctei wtfuc Without cf5r£e; In iffo  9*    CelVCi
I'CleiiifiC' jftsietlcdL
ALnntlnotnu^ iUiififrnfiul wnn^'   T „,.„„    .
''W- ^ ■ftesti.
A .Photographer,
Oraateooli,' MoyJ«,    ifort Sto0l9. A ,.
; V/ill Visit Moyio on i;
j Tuesday and Wi'^a
; niv! i  "i;.i,i
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I ^''i)' "■• ...t'.d   b .
inJIO.'.fi  K.„ if.pv,-.
:;  2i:JT_'.PELTIEB,; •
y ;'    CHANBROV),^AB. i0
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•     tAKJB. KHOIvB  ADiJl'j'iOK. !
Board $6.00 Per Week,
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l^^^S^^^^^^^^m^sm^^y?^ ■ ■/•  ■■" *^*mn.m,rj-.rW'-._|L,L'A_itj
<-—:---*a-t—-^5,  ^y-
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MOYIE,    B.    C.
n„.^    -d'j-et?     The   prtjcr   jour   Hpe   have
,. ,,A, • ■ of In-art those, many .Tars?
r   " '<"' 'A be-in to fjil, i=. hope depart ing-,
Ar'i"   ''"'<' "ou a" in ™in U'0S'*' fa,liri!;; tears?
c,- not ''-<' Kathtr nutli not heard your pruivr. i,
v'u flu I l'avc your ifetire tome time, Euiiitv.liprp.
rnaii--"" d >'tf?  TI,0"»'h v,"'ien ycu fir?t pfM'-iitu!
Tl'is '''"= petition at l'se '-t'l'.r', tluont,
it ••'««    I >"u r0l,'tI !"'! v,!(it ,1": tilm" °' a'll:1',lS.
s"o in-'«■"'•■ was J'our '''-'-'t lo make it known.
TIioub1''.1""'8 lldu' l',,h*''-i kia<ti t,j('"' (Jo you not
Iiie Lout will answer you some time, snjjr.ewlieie.
Unanfw :i<! I'd?, J"'^-v' <!o rj01 6a^' Imuran ted;
I'trlia: •■ .vour r)art J's "^ J'ct whol'y done.
Tjje v,, A:  Ijegan  when fust your prayer was ut-
tn-.'il, , -  -     .
And l-o'i wil! fillif!' w,ia' lie ha.V^cgrun.
jf vou "ill *-'eeP tlle l"etnsi> Cumins' there,
His gloiy you shall ece bo me time, somewhere.
Uitunfv Trd yet',  Faith fannot be unanswered;
Her'' it aro firmly planted on'the rock,
Awid t!i.' wildest storms she slunds unrlaiinted
»,-,3r iiiiaHa before Uie loudest thunder shock.  •■
She kn-'-i'S Omnipotence has heard her prayer
An') c-n -,   "Jt  shall  be  done some   time,  sonie-
■\\\    \    A  i   I   l|    '
_rmri- »w inTimac
'"b i icce of Evidence as to
the Wonderful Power of This
Itemedy-Brighl's Disease, Heart
Urease and Rheumatism Each
Afflicted Mrs. Brovosts-Dodd's
Kidni-y rills Poaitivel ^ d
How  i'epfrci.  Ir  Prepsred.
The   pepper   piiUU   is  pn.;-agri ted   by
•'in'ing-,  monies  into  bearing three or
j   I'-'-M-  yi:;is  niter  it   i.s  set and   yields
'   ITU cn-.p-i annually for about 12 years.
j1 ^*<\"ii-.M]   a   few   of   tlie   berries   change
1'ioni green to red. ah of them are gnth-
iMt'il. bi'i-ausi^if tliey were allowed to
r':\n-n   any   longer they  would  be  ley,*
ni'ii-ont.    To in them for market thiw
:■'!-  dried,  separated   by  nibbing  with
lAe imiids and cl-aned by winnowing.
'•'he black p'-ppor of commerce consists
<»f the berries thus prepared.
—Christine Itosvlti.
I was cured of terrible lumbago by
MIS \ 1:D'H LdtflMISNT.
1 Wfis cured of a bad  case of ear-
achc hv -MINAKD'S LINlAlliiN'T.
j iwis  cured  of sensitive  lungs   bv
"ilJXAKD'S L.IN1A1ENT.-     '
'    JK-licate .  situations     arc ' t usually
more <ldicate than, others.
The  umpire in'the game of life   is
continually  yelling   ''Play' ball !'"
Learn This Lesson Well and tho l_av-
■ .   agL-s  of"Disease   "Will  No  Longer
' Be   So   Prevalantr—Tho'   Story  of
One ..Who 1ms Been Benefited and
Who'"Offers Her Experience, to Aid
From  L'Sorolois,  .Sorcl,   Que.
Among  the ' multitude of    ailments
that   ui'licb ' huinani.ty there are few
that   cause   more acute misery than
indigestion    or    dyspepsia,   as'  it    ia
variously called. Both young'arid old
are susceptible-  to    its    attacks, and
its ■ victims  throughout   Uie -country
are   numbered  by tens  of  thousands.
Among' the   .disagreeable1  symptoms
which accompany dyspepsia and'inake
it-easily     recognizable,   are     weight,
uneasiness and a heavy feeling in  tho
stomach  after   eating,    a  feeling    of
weariness,   side,  headache  and  dizziness, pains in  thc stomach,   offensive
breath,    irritability,'  etc.     Ordinary
medicines    will   not   cure dyspepsia.
They may relieve   iis  symptoms   temporarily,  but  the trouble always returns and each time in au intensified
form..  Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills is   tho
only   medicine  that  will    thoroughly
and effectively cure dyspepsia.   These
pills act not merely upon thc symptoms,    but    on    the      disease   itself
through   the   blood,    hence-    through
the stomach,  which    is  strengthened
and restored to its normal functions.
Mrs.    Alp.    Lussier, ■ »i    lady     well
known  in  Sorel,   Que.,   is   one  of  the
many   who   have  been   released  from
tho  clutches,  of    dyspepsia    through
the use  of  Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills,
and iu the 'hope that her experience
will be of benefit to some ether sufferer she gives    tho   following tiory
for  publication :      "For     over     two'
years  I was  a sufferer  from  dyspepsia  or  bud  digestion, '    The    disease
became chronic and I was an almost
continual  sufferer    from     headaches,
heartburn and  heart palpitation. All
sense of taste left me and at    times
my stomach was so weak that I-was
unable to keep any food on  it,    and
this caused  me more   distres's     than
one could  imagine.    Although I tried
several remedies none  of  them   gave
mc any relief, and I  began to regard
my life as  a burden,  rather  than    a
joy ns it should  be.    One day  while
realding I came across a. case si mil into niy own, cured through the use of
Br.   Williams'   Pink  Pills,  so   in   the
hope     that I would  receive    similar
benefit 1 decided lo give the pills    a
trial.    I had not tala-n thc pills long
before 1 could see that my hopes for
recovery were being realized.  By the
time I had taken half a dozen boxes
all symptoms of the, trouble had disappeared    ancl I wasAablo - to enjoy
life as I   did beforo .being seized with
the malady.   I -have no hesitation in
saying-, .that"' I  think,   that  Dr. ■ Williams' Pink Pills are the best known
euro    for  dyspepsia,     and A I" would
strongly  advise  all-'sufferers   to  give
them a trial.",
The old adage ." experience is the
best teacher" might well bo applied
in cases of dyspepsia, tind if sufferers
would only be guided ' by the experience of those who, have, suffered but
are now -well and happy through the
'«sc of ' Dr. Williams' ' Pink; Wills,
there would be.less distress throughout the land. Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills can bo had at all dealers in
medicine or by mail, post paid, at
50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50
by addressing the Dr. -'Williams''
Medicine Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.
St. Magloire, Que., Oct. M.-(Spec-
ial;—Ihe following letter was written by a well known and highly respected lady of this place, being a
copy of the original sent to the
Dodd's Medicine Company rei Toronto.
", When I 'wrote you for some
Dodd's Kidney Pills I wa.s so discouraged that I had no hope of being able to find any' remedy to save
my life. I suffered with Bright's Disease, Heart Disease and Rheumatism
and 1 was much bloated also with
Dropsy. Jwus so feeble that I was
unable to do anything. I suffered for
sixteen years with rheumatism.,There
were two years and a half that I
suffered with Bright's ' Disease. I
liavo tried all the • remedies in the
world and always grew worse and
"There was. one time when for
three months I abandoned' all my
remedies and resolved to let myself
die without taking any medicine. ■ I
received by chance one of your almanacs ^nd-s^'sper.' I read them
and I decided to write you and try
again .with your remedy,
"Great was' iny surprise at the
good that Dodd's Kidney Pills gave
me with' the first box'°you sent, , I
took them and my health was great-,
ly improved. Since then I have taken
twenty boxes. I am cured of my
Bright's Disease, my Heart Disease
and. my Rheumatism. I have still
two boxes to take, and by the time
1 have finished them I shall be (in
perfect health. I y.'ill permit you to
publish' this1- letter' with pleasure and
1" hope later to give yo\i facts of my
recovery more completely than at
present.,1 am'1 still -jveak, but with
time I shall be as strong as ever. I
recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills to
all who suffer with any of the diseases that I did."
First Silver  Weddiitjr.
According to a historian, (his is tho
way the lirst silver wedding came'
about. It was in tbe time of' Ungues
Caput. Two of his most faithful serv-
unK a man aval a woman, had grown
gray in his ejnploy. How could iie reward them?
Calling the woman, he said: "Your
service is great, greater than-tlio man'?,
whose service is great'enough, for the
woman always Cuds .work harder than
a mail, and 'then;fore 1 will give you a
reward. At' your nge' 1 knew of none
boiler than a dowry and a husband.
The dowry is ■ here. ' This, farm from
this time forth belongs to you. If this
man who has worUed with you for five
nnd twenty years Is willing to marry
you, then the husband is ready."
"Your majesty." said the old peasant,
"how is it possible that we should marry. Slaving already silver hairsV\
"Then it shall be a silver wedding.'"
Ami the king, gave the couple silver
enough to keep them in plenty.
Such wn« the origin of the silver
wedding, a custom which, spreading fill
through France, .subsequently became
known to.the world.
'There is Aplenty  of space  to  lot    in
the 'immense room  for  improvement.
Alf a, man has"a sense  of humor he
knows when  not to  get funny.
r«i::tsi  o:\  a  I.ob.sior.
A lobster is found in the water, but
not always—in fact, some of the most
successful lobsters (hat ever lobstercd
'were born and raised on dry laud.
One can usually tell'a lobster by its
actions. For instance, if a young man
enters a crowded drawing room'" and
walks all over the foot of the. assent
bled guests without their consent or
approval tho young man at once be-
co«ios a lobster.
1 The fathers of lobsters usually havo
money. In fnct. it is diilicult to be n
real stand up and fall down lobster
unlesri tin' bibber's father has money.
II is an odd fact lhat many WI*
--■com is admire lobsters. It would
peeni that a irlrl ou-i.t to Ir.iow bettor,
but she do"-'ii't imtil she iniin'ics a
lu'istcr.    '1'hea she UnnHes.
Lobsters b.'iM" no brain''. If you
don't believe il. ly-lit a lob-dcn- In-ad
open with an nx if >'ou don't care any-
!i;;n'i about t! c .',':.
This world would be a much more
di-sirablo abiding place ir. there ;wW
no lobsters'in it.   '
The aver nge man doesn't soom to
think it counts' when he breaks- a
promise n'iade to,himself.y
peonlo enffer untold misery day .after day
with-Hondncho. .-There is rest nenherdurpr
niffht, until tho nerves aro all mis-trans'. Iho
cause 1.3 generally a disordered utoraaoh, and
a cure'can bo effected by using Parmeleoe
Vegetable Pills, containing ■Mandrake a nd
Dandelion,. Mr. Finley, Wurk. W^dor,
P.O., writes: "1 iind.-Piirmolee u 11 Jb a
first-class article for Bilious Headache,
All the world loves to laugh >t
Ihe love' letters that aro ' read m
Wince the first of the year 09 negroes have been-• lynched '-W ",ob-^in
the, iUniU-d. States.1; Of ihe number,
thirteen occurred in northern states
ami the balance ,in  the south.
It is  easier
tftan a biH.
to     pay a  compliment.
Trie Ki«hl   I!:i?wSling of Onokl,
A book k!joi;M not be bent'back till
the binding is eracked and loosened nor
laid face downward on a chair or table
nor loft out over night in the rain, nor
■should iis k-nves be turned down to
maili the nlaeel Cultivate a good,mem
ovy as io tlu* png.e win-re you leave u!i
and be Independent of external aids.-
J.tidies' Home Journal.
Two daughters of tlie Emerald Jsie
were having a talk about thier husbands one day, when one said: "L.uk
here, Mrs. Murphy, I always know
when Pat's been drunk by lukin' at
his eyes." "Shure that's nothin',"
replied Mrs. -Murphy, "1 always
know when Moike's drunk by lukin'
at me own eyea.
a yte
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ii      t\ UxdllkAj    Uili    Abi      il
tt -^..,i!/-'f-^\
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i'l-C-^'J'Tll'IH I'
rj cloi::,!:MJ!l
arpr<*pTini'», vj^,,r<irr.'-\y acceptable
l-i-:/n t ii1 li-f c<.n-.e4U(.-Rces n oue
*-i  «   VTl{-!ous Circle.
"I wonder what makes a  man's h.ilr
fall out so lasl when it once starts?"
"Worry: Xoih.ijg tends to make a
man bald t=o much as worry, and notli
itig worries a man so much ass the'ldca
Hint   be   is   bccumini:   bald."
Minaif s Liniment Cnres Burns,' Etc.
Currency given to false rumors is
obtained by drawing upon the imagination';
There may be more ways than one
to kill a cat, but the majority of
them are failures.
When a man fails to back the poorest horse in the ia.i;e he's very -apt
to get there just the same.
State op (5nio, Criv OK'Toi.v.00, i „ '    ■
lajc'AS ''okktv, ■)
Fiia.s'K J. CllKNEi;'makes 011th that lie is lite
senior jmrtiior ul tbo linn of F. J. t.'HKsr.r k
Co , ilo-iig Lu-;i,3«>-,s in tli 1 C'inv cf Toledo;
County and Mate aiut waid, «nil lii.'it .=aid lirni
will pay the' sum of V$K HtTNiJKEl") DOL-
l.AHS Ior each and every caso of c'atarrli tb il
cannot Wc.ure-J by tbe iiso.x>f H.4.i.i,'s(.'ATAiaip
Cuiik.     , J"RJANK .1. CHENEY.    ,
Sworn to before me ami subscribed in my
'presence, this Gth day of-'Deccinber, A. D., Ifc8&.
r -, -     A. w. glp:?.>os,
| PEAL J- ' r A'oianj JhibHc.
Hull's Catarrh. Cure i« taki n inlernally and
acts i'irf-clJy on tlio Liood Rn<t ihlixjcis sarfacbs
of thesvstem.   N'.-u'lVfir tf-atimotilalis, fit-e.
Kold bv Drng^mls, lie.
Hall's Family Pills are the Lest.
4 Latiy Who Cures lltt Ifnsband g!
Ills Drinking Habits Writes
of Her Strgggie to  '.
. Save Ber Heme. ■
Y. jl. C. A. Elk.,        Portage Ave.,        \Yinnipee.
-fru/ otf&xJ- ^yd^tufvc^
4rfls psMsCgs
c4 yd^ruO #sf 0&G
''roledo. o
]\Iany a girl with missionary tendencies marries a man who is a perfect heathen.
The Cry of an Infant is .Nature's Signal of Distress.
■zg. had fo
..he Tab'.ulc^s '•iiiinaria-i';i;
s'u my iiusbauci :os" Lid Ji'in.. ..;rj
'..-13 afraid ho wotil-'i di'^co\ez tha-.-.'. »"i:^
lum taodicinc, ht>'' the Vr.oA:-.hl ijjiii«jr7-:-d
, !ie-it;it:ed for ncr..J.V ii '.vcek, bul cijo -Ir.y
Jiocomc homo very jr.r.<.hy-rA..y.^i\.^-LU '.xti's !j:;
ycok's Salary ner.rjy nil &r.'-:ru, V !*"■.■.•-.' clr :i!i
«>:'." and cleicriuhied *c r..-:i':o •;'•- r... .ri to ^-r-A.e
our homo from tho n-hij s'i*>' ia'.Ai y. .A cii h:::-
■isils. I lent! for yo-.r 'i'li'-t'-lo.s '.'■•.■.umiI-i IJir-
--^•riiitioa a-.id I'tit is Ink'.-, no<J- " ca ..>.v'.u-lr:c: t
iiionjiii£r iisnl ■switched urjii p'.'yoil i'-i- tho ji-Li.!'..
.\tiiOoj:l firave him n-.-.irCc'.ii'i al out 'ii!-!»jr. lis
never suspected a'-thhvjaiju 3 i!-c'.i i-j;''-1.",' k^i »
risht on irivhstr ic w»cri:!;ii-iv. ;i-i 7 I.
or ere!
1 ir.!
f omeihiui? thr-.t set I'v-c-iy iici'vo in 2 . . ., .... ,
linjj with joy and bappino"; i'.vA i coiildTec-1«
!)ri;;ht future sp.-cad o^.t beforo it —:i 1 enc-f tul
happy hoiae, aV.ha.r-i in the ,~u.od iliii- :'v oi' Jifo,
nn attentive. iovinslii.'«b.ii:'.:., coin.'orU. i>:.d c\-
orj-thiEf? ftlriodctr ton wosiau'j= hciri, : i'i" ray
liusbaiid had told aia tiff, -.yinsL-e? \va3vilcstf.H
and ho wastaL-ing-adi:;l'.\o to if.,   "tfc "a.- only
if he slionlil relapse, as ho had dene £rcr.iJ prom-
i*e_ before. JIo never has and i am writic-T you
this letter to toll you bow thanLfallam. I lion-
e^tly beliovo it will «nre tho worst eases."
i «l^.ia W«i5Sse ScC. mil -particul.irs, t.esti-
■rnonials nnd price sent; in plain sealed orvcicro.
■florret-poudenoo sacrcdly'confidential. Enelo.-o
*tainp for rf ply, Address Tho Pumaria Xieme<
&& Co., 30 Jordan Street, TorontOi Canada.
^ Wo will give the above reward to any person who will correctly arrange
0 above letters to epcll tho names of three Canadian cities. Use each letter but
^ once. Try it. We will positively giyo tho money away, and you may bo the
V fortumite person. Should there be more than 1 set of correct answers,.tho .
A money will be divided equally.'For instance should 5 persona send in correct!
^answers, e«.eh v/ill receive %AQ ; should 10 persons send in correct answers, v*
' ?each will receive $20 ; tv/enty persons, ?10 each.. , Wo do this fo introducer
iour firm and goods we handle as Quickly as possible. " SEND NO MONEY.i
\ WITH YOUlt ANSWER This is a FEEE contest. A post card will do. \
p      "^1       Those who have not received anything from other contests, try thia oue.      "•   ,   0
A girl may not think a certain
young man is good enough-for her,
hut she always' considers, him too
good for any other girl. ■
Babies- never cry unless 'there is
some very good- reason for it. The
cry of a baby is nature's 'warning ■[
signal that tkere is something wrong.
Every mother ought to get to work-
immediately to find out what that,
something -wrong may be. If :.hc
fretful ness and irritation are not-
caused by exterior sources, it is conclusive evidence that the crying baby
iS'iill. The ' only safe, and judicious*
thing to do is to administer. , Baby .s
Own Tablets without the'slightest,
delay. ■  , „
For indigestion, - ""sleeplessness,' the
irritation accompanying the cutting
of teeth, diarrhoea, constipation,
colic and, simple fevers,'these mar- ■
vellous little tablets have, given re-'
lief in thousands of cases and saved
many precious baby lives. Do not
give a child so-called " soothing "
medicines; such only-stupify and produce 'unnatural sleep. Baby's Own
Tablets are guaranteed to.contain no
opiate or other harmful drugs; they
promote sound, healthy sleep because I hey go directly to, the root 01
baby troubles. Dissolved in water
these tablets can be given to Uie
youngest infant. Mrs. Walter Bro%vn.
ililby, Que., says: " I have never
used any medicine for baby that did
as much good as Baby's Own Tab-
lots.   1 would not be without them."
Baby's Own Tablets are for sale at
all drug stores, or will be sent direct on receipt of price {2.~, cents a
boxf by addresslBg the Dr. Williams'
^ledicine, Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.
When Ben 0«lell was-a boy he was
so fond of hard work that he would
get up at <t a. in. and drive ah ice
wagon. He is now governor of New
York> and works harder than when
he drove the ice wagon. This should
: he" a warning to 011 boys who become  infatuated  with  hard  work.    ,
The musical crank  is  always ready
do a turn.
r\ AN.APT.AN   ,.  -
|j k        NORTHERN
Canadian Northern Depot, Water Stree'
. 1  1 	
• S.-
8 OO
SSorri.9. Emerson, Sfc.  Paul,  etc.,
KoittiKi. M;ii.rn>, Bo'mnnt.IIartHfiv
'.-'lid.   Brandon,  jloiiday, v*e<l
'  .aew'ay »!iil Frlrfsiy ...." ,
Whcn you see a man sympathizing
with tho under dog in the fight the
chances arc he- has a bet ou him.
CO. are tho proprietors of DK. IHUiiab
ECLECTBIC OIL, which is now being
sold in inmionso Quantities throughout
the Dominion. It is welcomed by tlie
sufferini? invalid everywhere with emotions of "delicht, because it banishes pain
and wives instant relief. This valuable
specillo for almost -every ill that Mesh is
heir to," is valued by tho sufferer as
more precious than gold. It Is the elixir
of life to many n wasted frame. lo tne
farmer lt is iudisponsablo and Bhould hiin overy'house. t
Thero is a thought in nearly overy
line of pvictry: the versemaker has to
think of one word that will rhyme
with another.   ■ . y.
Few men ha-ve enough self-cohfi-
'dence to enable them to .ignore' tb-,Mt-
o^ni  mistakes. .       ; .    ,.
MINARD'S LINIMElITy for Sale. Eyerywta.
- Sonic charity begins at home, but
the best, brand is directed toward
the homeless. '•
The healthy glow disrtppeivring from the
oheokond- inonning and restlessness at
niphc are sure syinptoms: of worms in
children.' Do nob fail t-o get a ' bottio or
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator; it is
au effootualmedicine.
When   (wo  women     are  bitter eiie-'
mies,   there is  always some man    at
the bottom of it. y
A Kansas • farmer near LrcPherson
has inlroduce'cl a steam plow on his
Place which plows 25 acres per day
of ten hours. , This represents tlie
work of 24' horses and eight men.
Prnnie mid Jnlerine-
ciinie stationo. Daily except
Bciver. .'Pel I a   and  intermediate
Staiipns, Tucsoa-y ."i Thuisday
MHA<i<>iiii!0,    ■^■'^tbourne,    fried.
?ton"t i)nu:>li>n ynd  inte'ine.
• d'atejonints, ilondav, '\VediiM.
 d'iy..yriitay. "
TncsSiy, 'rhursday. Satxivilay
Winnipetro-^s. ,5ion , Wedi'.efKiay
Tuesday and Thorrtiifty
Grand Viev,-, Mond.-iy, I^ndty ...
Tuesday and riiuuitlay
Swan River, Erwood and iiilerme"
■ diate points, Wednesday	
SpragTif, WaiToad, Beanrtette &n<
iutonnediat-e stations. Monday, Wednesday, Frid.iy	
tO 4fi
senses.' These pills do not causo pain or
griping, and thould be used when a cathartio-
is required. They are Gelatine.Ooated, and,
rolled in .the Hour of Licorice to* preserve
their purity, and give them a pleasant, agreo-
able taste.
This is a sad world for the poor
girl whose only new clothes arc some
of'her mother-s old ones.
Ilodffo,  tlie  Single Minded.
An election petition was being tried,
aiid a witness was called to prove
"One of the gentlemen says to n:c.
'Hodge, yon must vote for the Tories,' "
s.-ijd tlie witness.   ■
"And wliflt did you answer to that?"
asked the counsel.   - '     ,
;   " 'Well.', says I. 'How much?' "
■ "And what did the agent say?"
"He didn't say nothing. ' The other
gentleman comes to me and says, 'You
must Vote for the Liberals, nodge.' "
"And what dip] you answer?"
"I said. 'How much?' So he arst me
what t'other gentleman offered me, and
1 told hiin r> shillings."
"And wlmt did tbe Liberal agent do?"
"lie gave me 10 shillings."
Counsel sits down triumphant, and
1111 starts the oilier side.
"Did you vote for the Liberals?"
"Did you vote for the'Tories?"
'•No.   I aiu't got a vote!"
lloway & Champion
Write to us for prices of SCRIP.   ,
Get our last of Lands.       ' ,.
Stocks and   Bonds Bought and   Sold.
Wo can furnish ■ the exact amount of
Scrip for any payment on Dominion
Lands." Do not pay cash.
V! (1.4 .>
2 0.4.-.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
'      Gen. -y.pt.
Traf. Mkt
S. S.   Marie. O-ven Sound,  Toronto) LY
andK i«t, Via Lakc-s,  Jlon., Thurs |_   .
nncl .-afe i-sl.f.o
ri?ues , IM. "iidSun	
Wonlreai, Toronto.   New York and
cast, via all rail, daily ''J ,50
Ivat     Port.iffc    and    intermediate
inlnls, Mon.,Wod. &F« I v.'O
Tue?.,Thura. i^iiat  	
Rat    Porta^o     nnd     intermediate
points, Tue3.,2h.ins, auu. Sat	
iron., Wed. anil Fri... i..
Molson, Lac Da Bonnet and inter
mediate Points. Thurs only	
PortaKO la Prairie, Brandon, Calvary
Nelson and all Kootenay and Coast
points, daily	
Portage la Pr;-|irie,.P>raudon, and intermediate points, daily ex Sun....
Portage la Prairie, Brandon, "Moo-c-
jawAmd intermediate points daily
Grlad'ton'e, Neopawa-, Alinncdusa and
intermei.iato pohits,-dally ex Bun.
Sheal Lake., YoiJcton and intenncdi-
j _J._S0.
ate points, Sion,, Wed.and Fri .... f S.
T lies. Thmv., and Saturday........ j
Si vcr-' eoiils  nre. easily cured  by  tho  use
jot Ilicth-'s Anl'.-(;onpiunnlive Syrup, a m< d-
■3e;ue of eitraordinary ) rnetrntms and hivd-
ii'<x inoperlied.    It if- ueknoM lodged by those
iivh(thu\o usefl -t a^ heiuK thv best medicine
■ -cild  for coiif/hs, c..I<1h. infliimitiation of the
'uug.5, a:.d al". :•(*! etiuiis of  thc  throat and
eh tit.   It- iifji'i abicne;'s 'o I hi: tast.- ma!:od it
a favorite with ia-iies and children.
Ranid    City,     Ham iota
i'uei., Thurs. andSat...............
jAIon., Wed. a.-.dFi i.;...	
Mordes • Deloraino andiutoiraediatc
points. '■..... daily es Sua' -<-.'i0.
Napinfca, Alnrastlaand intonncdiatcl
points, Mon., Wrert.,Thi'rs. &.Sat.i 7
Jlon., Tues., Thurs. ar.d Fri |.
Plcnboro. Souvis, and intorineduite-
points, daily ex Sun....,, i 7-29;
N-apinha.IiIoHta, Alameda find inter
mediate points,   Mon., Wed ,  Fri.J 4.So.
Tues., Thur3. aud Sat..... -        .  3S-«
Pipestone,Keston.Areola nnd inter
'mediate iioints,   Blon. Wed., Fri,
Tues., Thurs.an&Sat     ,
Frobyshiro, Hlrsh. Bienffjit, F.stc-1
van, Sat. "*■
..Mon, Wed and Fr
13. 5
Qcn. Paa.i. Ap;cati
ItcntoriiijT tJie  PojUsTi.
Snys a housekeeper: "My piano,
wh.eh had iieeii roverod with a cambric
eover. w;is loaded with' dust that had
sifted through the sleazy cloth.. The
d«>d was loo thick to be wiped off. It
should have been blown and lightly
v.'bislced off lirst. but this my maid tiki
not do, and id consequence the grime
was wiped in for all 1 kuow with a
damp cloth. At all events tlie highly
noiishod surface was clouded over nl-
nio'--t to a, gray, and I was iu,despair
tint:I a friend suggested a remedy. She
itdvised me to wring as'dry as 1 could
;i pieee of chamois from out a basin
«'f water and run the piano until the.
I'Kir.i.'ji-; v-as hone dry. This I have
>'r:i!i> and completely restored  the pel
We are now serving- thousands of patrons throughout
"Greater Canada",by mail.
V V»       V
They have proved'for themselves that we can give them a
choicer selection of Diamonds,
Silverware, Watches and Jewelry,.and at closer prices than'
is possible outside of a large
V v>      ^*
Allow us to prove it to you.
Remember, you run no risk, as
we cheerfully refund money in
full upon return of goods if so
con. Yoxon a>'i> Adelaide
r R"bit ■f'"**i
iaw.-we*T/p«'«xx t wr»*mr "• •<! vhbs!C«
Dealers      "PJ^PJTR   WINN1PKL
Printers'   Supplies
Billheads, Envelopes.Stationery
When thc undertaker met the dyer
in a narrow passage he was right in
holding back and saying, "'After
The river flows quietly' along t<>
-wai'd the sea, yet it always gets
therei 'It.might be well to rememlber
this when you- are trying to rusb
When some men get intothc jjublic
eye they are appreciated—about, as
much as cinders in the eye of dn 111-
diVi_hml. •
.This year's harvest in.tho, south of
Ireland is stated to be ihe host experienced for a quarter of a century.
To ])rev'ent oversleeping and tlius
risking the loss of their eniploytti-'nt,
the mail carriers of Morocco resort
to .a unique and] perilous scheme.
They tie a siring to ono. foot, and
as they know how long a yard or
two will burn they regulate thc
length of the. string by. the 'time they
have to sleep. They light the string,
which burns'slowly, nncl when the
fire comes to their foot they, are
painfully reminded that it is tini.e to
MINABII'S.-.LINIMENT Relieyes Neuralgia.
When a man has gone to seed  itis.
time to plant him.
When ai) other corn preparations fail, try
Flolloway's Corn Cure. No pain whatever,'
aid no inconvenience in usiiif it.1    ,,
Tliere     are
even,   fall     styles
Tti.&t Badl for Good Teoi_..-_
Sozodont        .       .       25c tf^y'p&
Sozcdont Tooth Powder   25c   %F ^(t*
Large Liquid and Powder 75c ***^<F ^^y'
HALL & RUCKEL. New Voik.
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