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Array &0L.4-NO 30.  MOYIE, B. 0.. NOVEMBER 9. 1901.  \2A YEAR  TO CLEAR OUT'AT COST  A Partial lidt���  rll" '���  | Prints,, Cottons, Underskirts, Overskirts,  I Underwear, Cotton Hose, Summer Cori  p sets. Some beautiful patterns in light  % Dress 'Goods.  I In gentlemen's lines the finest stock of  fe toots in Moyie.  ; "     ' '  r' '  <-. -  Light underwear from 75 eta each find up,  Summer'bats from 25 cts up  Cotton hose from lo cents up.  1^  I .^ ��������_> ^y     _^  ^�����2 x�� 4L. ^L- &.-&A  COMPANY,  LeRoi Manager Gets  Walking Papers, .  BALE KMSH GOES ALSO  Jules Labarthe of the Trail  Smelter .Succeeds  Mr,  Kadish at tbe North-  port Plant,  IE' CANADIAN  BANK -. OF \-, COMMERC  ___,  Paid Up".;Ocj��pital ,!$S,00D',O?a.  .':.'*��� ,      '  UWROOK BRANCH. ''���������' ''HUBERT HAINES,'MGR  ��*l^m_i-i_M-i  ���iU-U  ���hbim ifci nl*.  N. A. tviAC^ENZ'i'E/i.ro'prieto'r. '^    -  tea.Hotel fdtftfii  muses'.   Ev|i*yffiiii? ��� first  iri eVe��r respect,    ^ampiS Booms  for  ,     l     '.        Cfo^niS rcial Meii.  'moyie;  British Columbia,  fa  .    V. DBS.KUCN'ierc,    t'rop.  Lar.i;c cample loom iu connection  with house for commercial mon. Best  of accommodations.  m       Headquarters for Commanoial  and Mining- Men.  a^I^L^L  ins  QUEEH ..VVESt/E,     '       "       ��� ��� - *��� MOVIE,  B. 0.  &l&&^<^A^-^'^&&&>^A&i^r'AA**'Al*r>    ^���^'A^T  A&f&AtZl    i^iSi^Mf  ;.8J^^��^^^^r-��^? ^?^?^P ^^? ^5?^P5PW  _      >m/��-��l *w -*H^    _   _  irui'iK  We ara  showing a lot of splendid  Trunks. tfot the' ordinary, common  everyday kind of atrunk^but trjmks  that are built to stand the 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 everyone who wants aii up to date trunit.  Rossland, B. C. Nov. 7.���The official  announcme'nt as to the changes ia  connection with tbe Le iioi nnd other  mines of, tlie same group, and tbe  North port smelter waa made here tonight. Bernard, McDonald retires  from tbe general management of tbe  Le Roi and its Nortbport smelter and  is succeeded by J. H. MacKenzie,  general manager of the Grant-Mariposa properties in California.  Julea Labarthe of the Trail smelter  succeeds Mr. KadislV at' Nortbport.  Mr. McDonald baa signed a contract  ai general manager and consulting  engineer with tbe Le Roi No. , 2,- the  Rossland Great Western and. the  Kootenay Mining companies and will  reside' in Rossland. at' his present  home "on tbe grounds of. the' Rossland,  Great Western. .William Thompson  hag contracted to remain as general  superintendent of'tbe operations of the  mining companies under Mr. Mc-'  Donald's gerierai management.    "*>  Referring to the Le'Koi and smelter  changes/ Managing Director Freehe-  vill said;' "These appointments will  not riilVui't'he eouip'any's policy with  respect tO the strike, nor was tlie-labor  trouble in tb'c slisjh'tcW -.'egrot. rt.^ppn-  .sible for Mr. trfcUon-tld'tt resignation.  Tbo com'pabiv's strike pulio'v vvas de-  cided up'ori by the direclora'after citre-'  ftil consideration and on information  received from friends  bore   and   after-  t ,  wards   confirmed    by     my     personal  observation in the1 country."  Nortbport, Wash, N >v. 6.���Jules  La Bur tho of Tr iii arrived tod ly, and  itris reporleri tliat be is to take immediate cbargj of the smelter as  manager. Mr. LiB irtbeis' ac,jompi-  j nied by William Cham-Jors, wbo will  ) be general foreman. It i** aiid-tbat  the'plant is to be closed down and  a general oleanup made preparatory to  a fresh etairt under tbe new niinage-  ment.  The union men are celebrating the  news of McDonald's resignation and  and tbe change in management at  the smelter, h is probable,that some  sort ol an ond will be made .of -the  strike here within tbe next   few   days.  Conrl of lix-wiry Closed.  Washington, Nov. 7.���After a sitting  covering forty days and with a record  which when completed will cover about  2000 pages, the Schley court of inquiiy  today at 3-15 p. m. adjourned its last  public session. To Captain S. C.  Lemley. the judge-advocate,'had been,  assigned the duty of making the closing argument in the' case and soon  JiTter he had completed his speech  .admiral-* Dewey, bringing his gravel  down upon the big table, eaid:  "There being on further business, this  court ia adjourned." ,  After adjourn ment,tlie members of  the court met ad mi rah* Schley and  many affectionate wdrls of farewell'  were spoken. Admiral Schley as  usual was called upon to receive the  greetings of a number of admirers and  a hundred more people waited at the  door bt the building to bid him  adieu.  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  Remains of Tom John-  ston Found.  MR HEAD OF MI0.W  Body was Taken to Olympia,  ��� Wash., for Burial, and  Were Accompanied  by His Brothers.  IU lluug1 CUaug: Dead.  Pekin, Nov: 7.���Li Hung Chang  died at 11 o'clock this morning. Tbe  burial clothes has already beea put  on. ' The courtyards of the Yamen are  filled with life sized paper horses and.  with coolie bearers, which bis friends  are sending^ in accordance with Chinese custom, to be buried, in 6>"der lo  carry his sotil to he"aveu.  .���Earl Li TTung 0hang Was one of tlie  most noted statesitrah China lias .had  for, hundreds of years. .He became  widely Known to foreign diplomats  daring the settlement of the claims  growing Out of ihe Japanese,war- and  later, when the Boxers made War upon  tlie legafcions-at Pekin and the missionaries in the northern provinces.  He wa3 immensely, wealthy, being  rated atone time as tbe lichest man  in the world, estimates *o'f his frcalth  running fiOm one hundred tJ /our  hundred millions of dollars. .   ���>  Selli Low C:ct\es, New York.  Ntw Y^rk,'Nov. 5.���Seth Low, fo'r'-  t>.:>.7.; president of, Coldrribia university,  and four years a^o tha citizens, union  candidate for the ft rst Mayor of Gie'UeF  Ne>7 York, wa�� elected tOdity risv the  .second-mayor of Greater New York bv  a plurality running anywhere fro.n  30,000 to -10,000', defeating Bdwa 3 M.  Sheprird of Brooklyn, ��� tbe democratic  nominee. , Tlie campaign was an  exciting ode and the vote,, though  somewhat less thau in the presidential  election a year ago, was the largest  ever polled in a municipal contest in  this country.  Richard Croker has signified Ins intention of resigning as the boss of  Tammariv ball.  il CASES.  TELESCd TALIS  yfc-AND'Sv  KltchenerAJIin'e Closed Down.  The iron mines near Kitoheuer have1  been closed down for the winter owing  to the snow which' has fallen to the  depth,of iully two feet. Work; however, will be resumed in the spriug  just as soon as the weather will permit.  Since May last $30,000 has been spent  in development. This work sousists  of two shafts, a tunnel, croscuting,  upeu cutd and diamond drill  boarings   ,. ^_ ^ ..i���u������.���  Ciiiiiililin- Walsli.  Robt. C. Oougblin and Miss Clementine Walsh of CranbrooJc were m.irriod  here last Wednesday morning at, the  Hotel Kootenay by Kov. V. A[. Turdy.  Mr. Robt. Slir-w actwd as groomsman  and Miss Eorrest aa bridesmaid. The  couple returned to Craubrook the same  d ay.   Met!!I Quotations. ,  New    York,   Nov.   7.���Bar  57-i   cents.. Lead,   price   for  and smelters, >fl.37i at the CI0S9. Cop  per, brokers''; price, $lb\$7 jSj'fVJ-.)  London, Nov. T.���Lead ��11 8s CkI  Xew Tolep'liono Xlne.  Cranbrook Plerald .* President King  aud Managing Director' Hyarx, of the  Cranbroolc Electric Light Co., htive interviewed a number of the citizens  relative to disposing of some stock for  tbe purpose of building the telephone  hue to Marysville and Kimbcrley.��� It  did no't take them long to cf'scover that  thev would have to 4���''- as.the stock  was iu such vigorous demand, and the  amount set aside was t>oori spoken  foi.  A     .��� k      1   1    .Ij       Hi   \V   ,J   ..-   -Ajil     .    ���    .11    ,.,.  Work on the new,line will be inaugn-  ���   .'i   ti'   1   II  ������  ,   ->:|J   'V.li'-j*'    1   > >'.     '-���. ���     1  rated at once, and within a few  weeks  1      I    1! ���     1 ��� -, ��� 1   . '. .    1 -'  . 1  ��� 1       ,     !    ;>������.!  the four towns, Cranbiook, Marysville,  \   iy   1 ���   \       :i  Kimberley and . Fort  Steele   will   be  connected by tclephoue.  The body of Thdm-.ia Johnston,'who  was drowned last week, was found last  Sunday afternoon at.lhe head,'of tbe  narrows, not ��� ovpt a didtance of 150  feet from where it is'supposed his boat  'capsizgd. Tbe body was in about, six,  feet of water and was pulled out by , J'.'  M. Lindsay and Dick McClure; who  were dragging in that vicinity.  ' Sunday a larger number than usual  went out iu search of the body. They  were well equipped with' grappling  hooks and drags. A systematic Search  was being made anl it seemed, as  though there was not a fdot of ground  that had not been, covered. 'About  three o'clock Lindsay and McClure,  began dragging to the left of the narrows rear the ' marshy shore. They  made two trips to shore, each time  having some sunken driftwood on  their hooks. The third trip they  brought iu the body. -The body was  wrapped in a blanket and the trip to  town was made in short order.-  C. P. Campbell, the undertaker- was  notified and came up" from 'Cranbrook  t he following morning to embalm the  body and,   pie pare  it   for 'shipment..  , V/ednc&dav morning a short' service,  vvas fisld. Lowi>i Thomson said a' few  well choseri words for the oddusioii arid  'prayers were offered by Mr.- /��������� P. Ma5-  oonald.' Pfdv. Fdtlier Odeiltnte' of  Craribn. .tc intended to be lie'ie for  this purpose, but tbe telegram which  was s'ins to him {was delayed and he'  arrived too iaie. After the service tbe  remains were taken tos the (rain, thi1  pall bearers being selected" from  amongst those wtio^searched for the  body. Tbey were: J. M. LiHdsay,-  C,R. Mitchell, Wm. Ham'iUtfri, Wiil.  Davis, Wm. Ryan and F. J; Stiiytb.  There was a large attendance; Aridrew  and Frank John������ton acComipanied the  remains to Olympia, where the fdneral  was to have been held yesterday?,  Tom Johnston ttos tbe &t��i; Whltb  child born in Olympia.  Cranbrook Herald :  '   -  Mrs. K. M. Dowling, mother'of Mrs.  J. li. Cootigaii, died al the St.  Eugene  ��� JI\yC7L>l L'L*_     i��*o w��� ���    IIU1 OViU V      ill ��^ ii Ui JL li V   IC  mains were taken to Calgary Friday  for interment, accompaniod by Mr,  Costigan.  Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clapp,  on Friday, November 1, a son.  J. J. Murphy; of Elko and Moyie,  was in town Tuesday. He leports  business fair at Elko.  "XV. T. Reid has :-eason to be proud  of bis new home that ie being built by-  Con tarctor Leask. Tt is one of the  finest houces m tbe district.  FUOM  .MAKVSVJC.Lt:.  E. H. Small and A. Bale have mado  some great improvements on the  Marysville hotel. A new bar room  and oflice are the'main'features.  A. W. "McVittie, P.  L.  S.,  has  surveyed 27 acres above the  smelter  site ,  into 50 foot   lots.   These  are  on  the  maiket at $100 each.  r  .George  Leask's   store  building   ou  Main street is finished   and 'ready  htf  1        -  occupancy. y-   - ,    ,  -   Joseph   Sohaich,   the   druggist   , of  Moyie, i.s raoxing to Marysville.    E. J. '  Peltier is having a building constructed  for him. . .,  Simpson & Hutchison, have their  printing plant installed^and the firot  number of The Tribune will be issued  November 16. Thomas Eell- now  with The Hei aid at Craubrook ��� will  have charge of thc mechanical departr  ment."        ���       * o < *   ,  The smelter people have at last   got  trace of their sawmill.    It was shipped  by mistake to  the   Pacific coast,   and  the railway   people  .were -looking   for  Marysville,   Alaska:'   It   svill  soon " bo  here and no time will be I oat i-i installing it. .  .   Early Brothers have their dry   shed '  ,in fine shape now, and are turnin^ptit  '  ;20;009 b'ric'k'a day.- '* '' _',"',  ��� ��� ���������.��� ��� ������������?   ...     .- ���������-..��� ������ t     ,  LQ&lkL  mws, a ���  On Lead situation.  sHyer;  miners  Cheers for Geueral Bizller.  1 1.- 1 ���        1 *  London, November J.���^Yt Nottingham today where Lord Roberts, the  coirimander in chief, distributed a  thousand war medals, be was repeatedly "booed" and cbeejs weie iiuscd  for Geiicial Duller. Thc recipients of  the medals at the luucheou eubsequeu-  tly given in their honor repeatedly  broke into cheers for General Bulle;,  On JLumb Creelc.  XUt] -Rrpi-yavl";^ S'is^^p., ,  The contract of sinking tbe shaft  has been finished., Tt is now down 16  feet, and all indications .go to show  that bedrock is not far ditant. The  water gave very little trouble- m^ sink-  iug so ftir. Aa. effort^ill be made to  continue it .to bedrock this. fall.  .'I'ii J11U .s ;l ' i il i   il j -J   --.-.I.' -ia'.i  . 1   , ���'    . ��� i  5''.?.a3a2i|f*---iv),ir**;lIJ'c^.' E\si*?wv^io^. Bates.  ��� Tlie Trail Creek News, - says   there  have been "periods of late when the  .       i 'it- .���*  output of bullion was as much   again  as wasvreceived from the m;ues. This  bullion was worked up from accumulated shipments made when the lead  market was high. The disadvantage  is that the mine owners sell their  ore   -     ,i       . ,    ' 1 "     ��� \      ' ' t-     1;   ; >  at the marketplace, but'by tho time  the shipments Are made and tbe  values extracted so much time has  elapsed that the market drops and the  smelters are compelled to carry the  produce until a rise warrants its disposal. .Thus tbe smelters have no  protection, whde the miue owners can  simply shut off shipments at any  moment/'   ,   ,,.             ���                it:.,;.,,-    "n>~v ,ii?.uJL"st*sr" v-Jiug ,vvy jaiviipiujiiiitis.  ���   The .Sullivan   (^roup .yMinn^,- vQ^-*, J ^  -.- 1^i\-.S>jr ������  Vy   r? ��� 1  ;.    y  panv.at.a.spepial, meeting ip, ,S^^.\ V ^%^^vP? f?&�� ^^x  la_a?iiariy..aiiilei-',the'.?^  (ey0,and,pn<3 .third, ye turn rates.,.to and  all   pom to- in   local'������ territory.  JOD!TIOXi\&   lOCiltS.  G. Hillier, Jr., isattPiiciing the C. P,  R. oflice at Suarwood station for a few  days.  Vic Dosatlluier, j. M. Lindsay and  D. J. Elmer have been down at Kootenay landing hunting for the past few  days. ' .    _._  Rev. iV. L. Sheridan has seemed Mr.  Drewry's buiidyns.in the L.die, Shore  addition as a place for holding his  service. JSeiwice ^ill be held there  tomOrrov) evening ati.7 :30 o'clock.  .'Minister. Wii IJocallert.  Mr. Wu Ting Fang. Chinese, Minister tit Washington, has .been recalled,  and appointed to an inferior position.  The reason of this  left-handed   pomo-  irusloea in aporopruiting $100,000  for  f 1 nildinfr  1  smelte"  at '<��� h'��in   '"'   ponito   m  lbc,purposem .^  ��)oleiky.     T[/is ! Aficl^etS will be  sold  Nov.   2Cth,  27tlj j lion io supposed to be that Mr. \Vu was  Mar\\svi ,c y\  .^ - . ���     -        j   .^   .^g^      .   (J .^ retura luUil jsfov..30. ' -eii'ine too -li'iendly and   popular 'witli  .-i/'linii  n>l\li)VCS al      UOUUl     a-J      LU      nil/ ' P*. ��� <y ~ ������-..������,  aLliourtmo.'^ S.-'OARTEK, U. V. A,  Nelson.   ;uiie Americans. ���!  buiUUnft'of thcw^i-.t.   , j .    '.  , ��� ���  j    ,  Mrs P. J. McMab'-n and sister, Alis'8  Huggids. weie' visiting in Elko th;?-?  week.  Rev. T. R.' Peacock  of   the PiBsbv-  teri'an church has b��en   transfeved   tu  M-chel, aud Rev.V. M.Purdvhas bee:j'  appointed to fill   his   place   in   Moyie.  Mr. Purdy J3 recently trom Goldeu'.,  1  Tlie diem bbrs of the Movie Miners  Union arte talking of giving a dance on  the evening of December 12th, the  anniversary of their organization here.  J. A. Harvey of Fort Steele has been  sick frith fever for some time past, but  JS h'6'fr reported to' oe On the rapid  fo'tid to recevery.  Misa Soper haa organised a tiitlaiojil  class iu Moyie. Slie lias 17 pupils,' tiric^  is'meeting with excellent success.  ��� Attention is called to tlie ad of tlie  Kootenay Furniture Co. on anb'tb'er  page." Tlie company cai.-ies aa eicel-'  lent stock and is al'wavs prepared to  fill any kiiid of an order.  Devine service will be conducted  SundVy evening in the Oda Fellow's ,  hall by Rev. Y, M. Puidy, at 8 o'clock  p. m. Sunday school and bible cLiss  at 3 o'clock p. m. Young men are  specially invited to attend both services.  A,   G.   Lashapalle   returned   home  ��� *  from the hospital last Sunday. -  Mjs. Nielson and ohildreu left ior  Spokaue last Sunday morning.  Mis. Whitehead and son James left  yesterday for England on a business  and pleasure tiip.  M. A. Beale is spending a day or  two iu Fort Steele.  Dao McKay   is   in    charge   of tho  Moyie hotel during the absence of tbo  Johnston Bros.  Ed    Walshe,   the   blacksmith, left  ��� ' 1  yesteiday for his home in Minnesota.  1  Tbe new addition to tbe Moyie  school is nearly completed.)  D. J. Laahy, "Monty" Howe and T.  S. Kennedy left this morning for  Spo-  .kaue.   .Tbey expect to remain iii   that  vicinity duiin'g the winter.     ,  Mrs. R. K. Marston and and children  of Spokane are visiting at   the  Koote-,  nay.    Mrs. MarstOn. is a sister of   Mrs.  P. J. McMahoii aud Miss Huggins;. I   '  ?s^*!rS*?TOe.-ia'.-r3!.r: . -  I Ui TVJl-  ijfiADiljQ.  is T f \ Tr f i 7  ���-A,-*s&-A<.:i-  ��� .-a:Asx.tr. i*  i "���  Published in tne intoruH of the people  Oi Moyie and East Kootenay.  lurk b. i..utLi0l ���,.;.. .^,,.jrj ... _.; p;  *c��bi." mm toL;<t t.bu v.i;j.-,i ;..|  zc-utlie Union-Record.  -   mm  'S:   the  ^K/v/J'-T':-*;: ^^^ ^ ^  (-7*"?    '>'N   -v,    ��~l;  -t..��C. .ii..uiJr ���i,t(J.,-yLj  r. .r. s.uyxh a- co.,  Thc Younger   brothers,  n'nee   their f  nent Cure in .-I  ,c  -5  ,- ',��p  '^-jo Yfv.r....  Puwi8he"^|reIed!fe,/r0ru   Lhe   PB"itentiary,    have,  ���----===^r--i=======^==_-= | ��?ue   inio   d]e   tombstoiio   business, j  kates er scnscan-Tio:.-.        " "    j'���/'^ ��"<wa tiraewhen   tbey   Loomed'  ^,   , the* bus;ncfd another way   !tt   the  end  I of �� shotgun.���Ex. J  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE 0.\T RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  WRITE YOUE NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY-  <  'ATTTRDAV- NOV. <Jy 1<)QI.  i f.  ' ?  1?  >ii��i  IU?  , y?,y,.  ��� <*'.���'  ).*���<������  A -i^  ���     *     '  i, 1-i'��.  ,      i    T   V    *"  ���   iV,';^  ������  -      y'    f��f'  '     I    ';$  ������j-  (.!����������  r.": '  '    *��  ;- it re  I -   I    t rfi  }::'*,!#  ''  ���)H',��f  *    '  i' !",$  f :^Aj  >'-   '-'*-'''ia  it' ^crvnwtam vwi-��tic��.ws��-  Thin-l^iiiv;*}^  occurroj  day  in  'J'Ji"   di.-. --.'rr;ij  Canada and tin- Unit,.-' �� >.,.,-.,  on   ,/(j(,  --.>me dn'e Mii- yoar���bolb nn thf�� i.ii-1, I laiK  ''}* of Jv-y  'j.' "i*. '  There ib  nothing  like  Asthmalene.  It brings instant,   relief,   e\en   in   tlu.  -'* ���y^'v--n  3JByy��*i��viP.  ivortt case?.     Jl on*-,   v. JnUi   all  CIS'  ?  Ill  '1 Jl'l -.  '...ltd  A /'.'.I  'Villi,'  ai,vin.*t '!:'. *.-:, ,;.j e-lr,,;L...;  .pa;,;i:     t\  um.'atin^    <-ji   <..  >, ti'i-j Liiiduii   c>rrf'  Tin-  birch of  ���a:;a :h  ���III  Kl.ly,     l--lsy,;d     Vll.  ufT'l* ���  ft;-.-r."-,, -  ]> 'i.i't-iit  ���n .. di--.,  'i-  buiii!.-:iid  A"i    <   f ijKe-ii��  ��� ^. 'j ,rA  All*'     -f ,'??"{S  i U. i. I :r.,-M  ���}L  .1  y pi t  lll'i'llV  <J ���  ���A"       I,).  today -md id h a j <>!.]:.'.b"Ii.J.iy.'  It was ���> ���rr.ocAi.'.i.- (A- ci' (i,at   (.V.oi-  >'��'.*���/ met.  Ti.' ib-,-,  ji'b!';o, fl!.,  f A.stbiu jl.'-j,-  'li'm      I i .<;,.  I I ;���'<���! fur (!,-(  <~'-   l'\   XVK1.LS.   m  i'Vi-:    "Youi* nia! bottle o  Vi.'I.  % lC-L :.>L.j . j .^i.A- p  'Oi'-i.Ivfd  y-iod   eoudi-  p,"  -3* n  Pffi ���' 'yd    (-i?'A*r.-A  Accounts Promptly Collected    Insurance Agents,   -^Notaries Public.  If    V^JfJl    -A.A.  til! ^ .",,- 'nnv  fJu.niif  .;o(-ii d/ui\i d 'from  ,^~n'  ij1*?^.!   ��.';  i" .J6'  ���*IT  ;!   ��.ll  "r-tfi  t!  ��� ':? i  ���' i*f  i r\v  ^ue-Miyii; j.i iu v.'b i U"1I  i-oui.-'" oj.' i)!;!ii u-.i citi'>;iii...-jS ,n S-ui'.'i  Ain.-i .,'���;��� uy,-.*:!,I.T .j ;jy (; ,n. notb:<A;  laii'nttxniwit TJH-y j,���i bjen cuo-  vinccd by l^rd Kitchener's diqm'Lc.ie.  Hut Lotlm inul n.'i-ro.viy csc.pcJ  c-ujturo and., w is somewhat o.ist of  K meio with o-iiy ;j(VJ burglior.-, an'd  that a f*-"i<<.*   <jj   Briti-b  'i Iio Xrfhuiu''  Neb-uiv Tribuui':  nothing   wbatewr  ���   'i'i (,\llili-H.  Al-i-ouJi it,  v.').'!)  had  'th.'  ���ij.  , -.*  f(|��i il L f  ���l'P'kl  '1 1  v :;.;.. ;j. ;i ,i*    his  *���   i!,'n  '.^iU-'i:  ?>��*;     ,  , A}"*-  #s  ���A\ih ;'  i*1' ? .<  *'u.tu.'in>   bud  coiiic mluli.-ii' ii* I wtsroin ouiniuu'ii-i'-.  n'un with ouu ,u'ufbo/-f(,- .'hcpiup.^-Aif  J'.ii-i'Otindin'j v.:td junuiu^ bim to enr'An.  Suddenly they arc ,confronted   wit it   :.  terrible casually list of over 222   killed  und wounded, including many officers,  and with practical evidence tbat Botha  -���villi 1000 men   nucceded. in   &urpris-  iu��r the iear guard of a  Ornish   force, |  rushing the guns ami making   so   de-  icrminad au  attack that    a   relieving  column was  uscebtRry.    The  iigliting  w&s real an J desperate   on" both   sides  piipsi-.^or the cjjjlit-ljuiir 1 w, The  Tribune has been boycoticd p'y ,uu  mine manager.- and jni:i>> owners ev-i  H'm-.i thiyd.iy ,th,,i lsw WtU ,;���r ^  ,     .lop.uMli^.     iii       Trnmv    eoiAvndi.il  j tli:it the J.-t'.v   .dioidu'   I-.a   "ivi-u   n   /,.!.-��� (  (tri.i!, .<(M'n<r iii it  i*   wa<i  V l.nv.     Fo,''  dar;ny to h..v.- tliat opinion, h in-'urrcd  the bitr'yr   aud  imphical��]i��   enmity  ���,'  the Mine   Owners'  Aitoui.ition.-   Last,  j v.-:>_ ;: -.1,^ chained Willi patjiJ   soj.s  j'h.-aii .>mt A.-ilun-.  inr   u u   ..ens     1  j��J��*JWhl-d  ^Vi.-LcU,./.    tOlAdi       J     mmv  ��� your .'mU'j-IiA, -:y:'y��� n.y y-^ cure '���> ;h\.  dn.-idfu' and lorm.n i:Ky .-u?ca-o,'As-  rb.m.-i, im.I il.fin.'jl.j y,m h-.\d o\e^p-)]u ���  youiMd-oj,, I,.- :}-;jv,..! Vi yU'e j. :l  ��>i-il [Tu my ,if^;-,;,-i,;,;, m, ,|,p (,],,]  .u-ted like a ch.-nrn. Send inc. a 'full  Aizi-a tlOiUc."   . "    ,  Rev. Dr. Mon Is Wechslcr, '  It.ibbi   i tho Coi;-!;.    -Ui-i.i T.sr."U*l.      '  Ni w Y.j:-)C) J.,n.���3,1UOI. '  fi'\?  -.-��� -A  '���r^AA,-'  %*."~-3 ,-*>. rn fnvg.  K    * t-    \ '    \ K -p.  ij &av.>^iiT'.i <.~yp  ' M;111    XXWA  y^:m^TOgr^amg;iiCTjiniB��;.^ii_i jm. ��,��m1.a^.c,  %<'A-;^  -*^ Ll'  i  '���}  .*5&5-" J%.'r>>.�� A:  I 'RITLIEF.  Clothing,   Gents',   Furnishings, .  Boots,  Shoes,. Hats; Gloves, Etc.  and the Eoers,  after  indicting Tieavv ( Umish   ^^>-imbia.     Tne   'rouil-utoio  loises, retired with the captuied  guns- \ft��S ,"ld !'he!r/rieu'-^ boycotted   The  Details of jhis   engagement   tend  discrbdit thc couchision of  a  in  journal that Gen. Uotha had ce  Dun. T.mt kuoA. Min^NV.Co.,  Genticmen ^ y,.tll A,:bmaiouo is an'  oxcolb-nt )-j-!i)cdy ujr Asthnm und Uny,  summer   the   rctail-_toi_   olencs    ttl F,sv��va>11\(] ''^   foir^ositiun   nMtviatea  JfeUou la-gan a  movement rto    make I 'th-tt   Ia  W,,ldl  Hombi��e   wi^   -As- ' ,    *  Thursday afternoon a mid   ^ek   IndtfS.fJb ""^ W ^n��������>S '����<( '. ' ���       ^  day. , T.ie Tnbtiue opposed fhe "move-1        After hnvincr ,t 0n-efn>K-   .,   i      ^ '  ment, SS one that.was not warrnted Uv I t.ins no opium   mo^nhi ^Vdo nr"      '  "i" ^ "^  thaf ^"^"^e  ~n  either the necessities of tbo  clerks   or D     n,0,1,h,ne' ��-^woform or ether.   Vory truly yours,  the conditions that were making, ^el-f ^.          ' '                                       '       R1SV- I)B' "iI0RI{IS WECHSLEK. ' '  son a   trade  center  tor souihtMstern v -    .  *��'  ,   ' '   '  ��i. Takt Bkoe. MSDre^. Co. '   "    '��� A��� ^^ N' Y'J F<?^ 2'1901  ^ln?!L!:?te thif L?8ti��"��'nIa' f^���� a �����Mof duty, having   tested  COME AND SKE US.  ViOToiirA-Av_;.,^rorn;1 B. ^  end   to   ^"^"^the boycott is ju.t of the  tUevond:rTff      '"'   " testhnoni��] f-J!�� a ��"M of duty, having   tested  nn. J.hne 0���uW A^CMtioo. These ^ ^S^"."' 3'our.Asthmaleno. ,(>r tbe. cure of asthma: *MV wife  !a��ed t;ir<>0ttS "irC 'UOt C0��W. to ����e \i2iZ mvn r*nJ 8PMmot,io"��'n��f'rthepMt 12 years. Having ex-  ^en,Pl^^ to   see   your^ign  ,JAKEJNELSOJf,iProprietor;  Miners   headquarters.    .Good^accorainodat/ons for  traveler.:  ���'liquore uid cigars kept iii stock.  Lake Shore Addition "'���'''  Beat*  MOYIE, n  Wines  ���"!' ">' i J-,'-' 'lis  lie,. ,,P ( (j, ftjf,  i-'ft ,' 5 1 fr; 'f^'  ��� 'i. i, > :������', -if f  tli.  -p  K ���'.    -'  it <i  i'-'rij,'-'  .*..'. 5"-/  ���-' ,7t .  f    .ft.    '  iAik  %������'  bAh"  Id' i ii  ]l. A  y j *  ijt'i <f v  if'fj  sag  ��A.   *f  hi. v4  ��� jf .'i  ���vtintaiy critic.-? aio bc^j.uuitig  to blurt out. lbc truth" ih,��,t  yuos   ar-  p-ield^ TvhwHcLhc jBoers spiicg   out   of!  the ui.-st cr vdt smoke and  tiuu   it  no :-o.-tr ranted by   frage-e.^rner= than L.���Tu,    ,,_     ;'  ��� by tU,. wiiO p,v (hy -va^.^a.    rt | DK; ^, f"" ����-  >.')0    ^li'Jl.lli  Feb. 6,1901.  ^ow^.t^c-'cbaiid^ei^^^r'!!10'^   ! ^ l'fl�� with   as'hma    for ,22   yeafs.    I  Invve   tried  vpiv_  op.uu-n.s  ou   -in v | ;^d ,,m-,Ci1... m,  . .,5 ,, \ :'"A   ;       "' J ri'J1 :if'^ ^��r advertisement  .     .. . -      ������'.Ui.liUCa   -^J'.h   .!   IVl.ll  \,a:    'a        1   f y,.yl   .    ij    t.    ..   -   j..�� _ ,'     .  ��.v.,aon.nru  tbey   d,    tb.,    aro   ,"    ^   ;" 7�� ) '!. ^   U^  ^    * f .OuU ='��^  ^ ' -k.    1    hav,   ^ia.c   nUn  ^-lac, of lo_iU0 tr.de thnr.  _M   rafce��� J ';;;^.- �� 1" ,^h ".Ma b0,'Hp' "nd J ��~ ��or.BratofUl.    L halVP ,fllllli!y   oi  \oar |   '  ji  . . . '    ..'iiw.ii.. < ui.1 jur .-i.y  Vi>n. j -.. .i^ iiii.ilii,.,     i,. i_       i . ., r  ��� NIEBEliSTkDT, MIESTEREK ^COl  i  er Beer: Porter and 6oi  ���sju&i Hiwd.y& Oil  I. iSf 'j  l-'i 81 '*���  ��� * *������  aM A  nib' "������'  ���;��^  "���yry  ��� ^'  K  H j them years to build uu.    Jf the, abov  =ot worth *o u-ek   about   ii,,   rnvmit-\l* * *���  statemoiu   of  exiting   co-A    ttt^ZT^t^ T'^ ^ ^    ���* U^im^ ^ ^ '"nice  with   them.    Veen     sport.men     ^! M^on,;   th<j   only   ,icoPJ0r in    soutiill ^ ^     "    iL)inV^V ^ Rivingiou atrcd/' H, EAPirA^L,  1     "-���'���    ~- ' r>7  ^.-t 129th st.,X-:<wy0rk''City  Ma*' O.J/I.-..i i-uoiii,   , j>een     sp  &\t ]$M '  -      ���lSkii'i: v*Wet)l0r ^-e  guns  in  Tlie  pre   not   as  useie^ m operating agauiot >ai,L  of  guerilla as motor cars would be- fU:  K).\   hunt   across   the   country  lust, battle   was   the   beveresl   engagement of tbeprosunt year an'd resembles  Vlakfrontein, where a rear   guard   was j  ���ifucked under cover of prass lire."    '   !  om Briti&h   Coluinhi.r    who   have  j, . -A             -     ��������,*!-    jiiiimy     oi    lOUr 1 ' . .  ��� ���  be coHirmcecI.'   ,;  i^fSifL'^?�����=^--*^mwJM=r-ii^iB^^ '" " '     -    '  tbo right toy i-xpr-s  openly are tbe members of uie im- I  mature Mine Owners' Association and  "f the equally unnp.j Libor Organizations. All others may 'be seen, but  must not be beard.  1'br    u-ho   have -     : ��~'my st-At?vv Jork^City. j ^-:^~~::=^2^==^==2SS^  ibeir   oPi���-juns|TR��AL BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY   FREE   On'reCEI PTiJT^*^3^^  rd of  ��10 i!"J nF part/if ft        HiT-ATrTT?!  ' ��T/ ^ sp^ ^, Jt"    "i  "t" . I?  W An t  nit.  :1 ;-���-,' ').>  3F POSTAL  -U!STOW��''Ma JX��l~,n; �������**  J  Tbu editor of one of our exchange J  socnib tu bave departed from the even  tenor of the uuwrutcn law or uews-  jupei men ami contracted ihy u-:bit of  going to chuich. Here is ,-lut be  say--* that ie.lcjb to ib-a :..buVl* conclusion : "Ladies t-boultf u.ko oi) their  ''"��*   in    chinch.     To   preacher   can  i'lmiiI:sfUJn,v i)^- incursion Itiites.      j  J'V Thinktgivingday'lhe O^imdi.'iu  Picific Jtaiii,vay will grant the u ,ual  hire and tmQ tljj.-J, return ratos,. to and  fiom all pumui m ]0Cal territory.  Tickets will be -old I-lov. 20th, 27th  and 28th, g :qJ to.rettiru until 2J7ov. 30 '  J. S. CAIITR ytiy P,A.;^teLqn.  ���aait  t< V      P=-j   fold  SOLU BY ALL DRUGGHESTS.  J'OEJVjSTOfo  BROS.  I ThlT^T ^I^^1?? ^ell Furnished   Tlie f  g'F'II>JW.��V*IJBtWj>UtWr^  " i<TS>  I'Ott  on  jftoria  ctre*.  i'^pjj.; i ijmp iv!]��u lie ib i,).., .,,,.- ;-,:,    i   �� U-^ f P^vnienrii.    ��eo U. J. Eimer.  on   easy  if," 45-  ���k- J,'��  'I,  ���   I ,        ��� i     i ��       t'-lt 1Mb]  -i Jap-i'Jeu ag-reg.uion ot   dead   bir,'-    ���__  fcliiL'cu woubola, chameleon   skins, WI- ' -&- ���  :-r-^^^s~  bons, bead.-, jets, sticks, straw, flowers,   ^a?^ft^ ^      ^ff^n^^j.  corn iatf-el and thistle down.    It makes I  ��� tP-J     -i   ��   ft-��* b   f"    Ft   S     f    n    �� vf.   \  ?1 1   cl ��   $     '<  K   fl  a    d fi   fa    rw--  -^^at.A JJ. -     i-   )?-,  ��1 H jp VJJ3 i  ^    *���*-����.-.��� ���ii��jSa>.-,  w  .��/  I $  lm  lift  !��,  I*  I  4'  >1  w  VV  '^  i^fe.^1? ^PP^ed with the1 Best the *  too iW^odSl"   ^er ?ar   1S  Fili^  With *  ^he i,est Brands of Liquors and Cigars, g  AGKXTS   FOR PAliS'C'6   MILWAUKEE BEER.'  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  v'.<  mc Garter,  asiuuerfeel Io_t   in   the   wiiderne,.a.  Tnere \p & Ueap oi gospel in the above,  but our advice to thc brother would ha  Uu him to liik^a front  st-at   when   he  attended cbuub heieaflcr so   that   be  wdl not h'Li-,, u. i00i���.   iM,u,-,  c.uc,,   ;1  )Iu  tractiiu; "x.ooi-ei'.iii.yn."  FOriTSTEELKB.c  Harvey, HEcCartor & Alesruder,  i^RNTr, B. u.  .  Barristers' & Solicitors.  BrMrKsrjcMrs��j��ga>Ki'  We make new goods to order,- aad do repairing iu first 115  class snape. Mai! orders will havo prompt fttentum. I fl  .KJiiTTSTT COI.UMJSJA    \l/  If you want something j>pl-fiial,.de^Mhu ~n a_ nea-*  as po^ible and we will mail you a i;hotua;r��ph 'of  '.vhat wc havo to fill vour o.-dftr .l       * '  Kootenay furniture Cm. Limited.  .T  Wh--w *.}.  ���Mi'.'y.vijb a*,  it niil ior!,,-.  'h: �� tliu Ki ������  oLiuvurt i.i 1 hi  '!��� 1 i'.rii;:>'*.  tbv --t li'11 ,' .,;  to i)a\(j Cuy  '���hi-, |,:.-���!) .  in1 .���( 1 U   A,,  ���''k(   r;-,      ,|,r,  MiKlt< :   arui   rcfin'.'rv  <��� I'ompietod   no-.-'   .-mi-:  ���     all    -Ju    ;,;IV. '  '. ...i   ,  Send Tour Work  To the^^^agg*.  "1 -  SEnAPTaakXT-j t  CRAVB.'iOOJC, ii. C.  J. i*. FINK, Rcc'y.  at  U 1 1  c;u.    1 .���(,(!���  ���'(,  r  ��� *��� i  1 1 ���',  ��� r  will !  '���nu rtiln-  ' <"    1 ��� 1;' 11 i'     ' y,  J hj     ,y|,|"   [,,     ,,..,  ruiim.- '-I. r',,--   li.;,;, i wii,  ���'     !:  ii      ���   ii'-r      (i!t>  f]>ir-l(f>;  ���TC' (.onmlcU ii.  ,,r,1-'��    jt       Will      b_.,J>,   ,w.        -?.,tiSfat.UjJ.  1'.  Lt" j  Oity    Shavingr   Parlor, j t,e WIM  OEXTPAL   HOTEL  DKUG i.t STATIONERY STORE  j TOILET AETICLES,  ' PATENT MEDICINES,  '0'''���"  ���; /<*���* 1 r\ *f.v  rr-o'',.--  A^8A.T:II!^     _ ' J OJB'PIOB STATIONERY,  '.v::s;.-:v ct,t:,-i:, i'.-o,-,.  Vox IE, b. O  r?"vj. .�����=-��.f~"**^��-��*��^��-. ^.^.aou.^,^  Notaky Public, Accoun- |  TANT,     COM.MISSION     ANI* '  Insurakck .Acijent. 1  ���K>.  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  p: D.HOPE,  li'I .^*-|���i:7*, Q  tn   !  1  i-i.        A,.  ���Jyv-yyz  r-"-y*-    ^r1 ���-���1"-���j���\iNt,n*,��,j^vn  'rT��'Mimft(��rjs��K,i  a-'JLji  J-'L  :.i  Wo  '-\ii��i.i  r;o iu ,vui(R. j.j.  . i ���'   '. '"i     ^  - A-.  '.>, \  lino u'jiaiid   why   ]'���<���-  ideniJioo-sfvelttlifcuid bo tin-   nub-eel!  .*.*;=i  ���1 -a  ���i-Xzj.  -, ���>  f A  'yft  ��3 3  i,-.<>;. a.u I*  1 1 ^ ������-. .*-,  ~ r ' a  '-omi-wi..dr.i   ^,,,1    iDour.jnrn  \ t ' 11:.  M-:VA   "1 ()Uk idii'K,  t: *. Ui'  u-u  .''.-'J.J v  ^HW*t��^s��-.^  ^���f-'LSO.V,  B   (!  /;":���,  ���t-ii  Clu'imm ;tiul  l)iMi��  *'-flV!l'.   B,  u  ��� "-ur.-x**ri?-"*.'��^��'-��.  M:  Why Does Evory-  body Prefer  11  01 >uif:'i, i;: ��� ,.  ,  oini*.-1, a ���      , -  ton���.it a fbi'i'i :  1 ii-- :i.-uiv.i j: 1 .'( '.  hi. d ni   'hj   (A:  .\bs-n cbe rein���il  J..C.  t;  j  aho ki-j..td thc cow  1 2,A.Jt7i2z?t.az~&.Kx*~AX,vzrz\ .-���- .  . >���.:<; en', ri'dm-d   1 ti,- |  T.    \V.irhi;m- !  -������ a umII-'-.i- o)   fix 1;i.l  1 on", t-i.-kv  i\n- 1  A '-?   cl.ir.siuciUi'cjii j  '���(.veiyo'-o   to   his '  <, ~> r ,  ���v;��  i<forv;;  ln��U-ai.r:P Co. ���*.  .-���IJV-OitJ,  ! '  ��� *���a   ~.r.~.- ^,.^-t^  The young uj���:  Vi'di lr.e iu rcgixtii.  deieats tbr uninu 1  ;*"<    ,*i'i! ���- ;i,,, , iy,\,r..  p.'*C-  If hit-  wi"  , ., lvl.PlHM|.|*'5  IJ,C  /. -n 1 . t�� ���i(,,;r a ,] r.,,h i;a. ^ifn-j;��..,., rM<a,  ..-���I. 5*i.si*<-rfiin om op':-.oi- 1^.,,,     .;,       ���  '.I;^ri.'ly(u|���id(.���t,il.   U-n���lI,c. ,.- c. x i-.--.V-   A  ���if. r...,-. Mine ,t *-f<- ./ ;���r been! j;- ;,a w��,  . !.!.- -CC, y.Knrji:!, u .v-.^^ .., ;,,0   " *"--���'���  "*:'< V'^nrr'?<J*  fTrV., - ".-.��� (.  ..-   ���'"' -itri;'v- .f fhihh ivVA.?^  iij-miul,* illu.trpl.'-i ivci'K1"  . -i��^3 jai a p:  >-^     J      A  ,     .-----���    J.-rw-t r!  ,       ,     'iji  c to,.:-i- .1     "   , ,|i.  ; i  ���'j.' !-,,'r/,!1'^'1 '"��� ->"  ' <���' '"' "-v ' " ! -'-i i ".'"lo  VJbr^'i.^J', ;j:    1/   .;-   *  . IIl.l  "I  '.���'iHc.!;."r:?.', T-'-Rf.-.  tf y ti   w ��- , ,/-..  ,_    i'  **   O    p-^       p     ji     V     ��  J;    ^  �����' Th /V' t'f1 >*�����, *""f"V-^  ��� A aL.i��� LZ.s.%. �� a J.uU ij-.. s  tfsr raerffly-iDTTUHG cii.  1  1  treated Waters o  ^foat.ftbephoto/rra.;     SCSJLJTZ     RFF^?  {'Aor,    has  lusf. v��.: '     '  ceiled tha finont 3ot!,{"����-�� f-Mi.--  lOulding-s    in'.k{,,"f  bfst ,-inU \Aei)\,<- l,i.',!'\  .Kinds.  aii  Sast .Kootenay  W. A. Prest,  <��  1 <*iiy ... a.', ,1 jL .  i.uui l-ipokaue,  ObCfOi-S SoUOKO"'3,  I Soda Water and Bypla  -Hiofogrnphf-r,  Will y/sli fifoyie on  Tucoday an (J V/c��i;  .?nS.-SUJ380i?.l6E FOR' TJIJ^pLSi  b:i )d    by   the only wiidr    '1 '  I        Se J. PELTIER,  j CIIANBKOOK", JJ. C  !LAKB   VIEW  HOUJSE  I'AKB hhouj! audtt;:on.  Board $6.00 Per Week,  WliS-a WHITJJHEAD, Prourifirtyz���  ".-'JVi'-iffi-" I THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  mm  -'   WHAT NOT TO WEAR,  , ch(.ap lace on anything. ���     ' ^  Cheiip jewelry any time.  Tau shoes iu midwinter.  Diamonds in the daytime.  Elal urate toilets for church.  Uiitidv frocks for breakfast.  Pot'ed'veils with, weak eyes. <\  rolled shoes when bicycling.  1 Cou'snicnons bicycle costumes.  A i.i"ad belt on a stout figure.  A iil.'iin Ims-pH- on n slim figure.   ,  "White petticoats on muddy days.  Gaudy colors in cheap materials.  IJm-n collars with dressy frocks..  Cheap trimmings on a good dress.  Thriller bonnets with street suits.  Picture hats with oiiting''costu'me��.  Bright red with a florid complexion.  Hair dress-ed high with a snub nose  ���\Yoin shoes with an elaborate toilet  Alni'.s, draggled skirt on a rainy day  Ifnii- in il TsychL'-'knot with a Itoun**n  nose. ,      .','.,  A i'uK'Q collar that is not.immaculately  fresh.  Djh" frill** o'- chiffon niches for .work  Dr s''l .'i'i- ' ��� ' " " '  Gl-iu'-* with holes iii them or boots with  ijuito::- nii'-'-if^'-  Soilnl wliii" fd��v*es on a shopping ex-  pfdltii''.i iir'.'iiiy time.    -  ' jlmi-i-iUfll stripes or tucks on a itout  figure- ,  CAN  L  SECU��E   llESJ^i:i)  1JBAUni  amj strength.  The lUch,  lied   Ulood  Williams'  Pink  -Made by  ,Dr.  o1w_    . Pi]ls   Gives    New  length   to   Bvery   Xerve  and Organ of ihe i;0dy.  Fibre  From The Budget, Sheltmrne   N S  l���"^- 5'OUng  ,adl"   '0f  Shel"  f, 1 v     i S n��1Je t0Ki*y who more  JieaKb  t?" 'MUie    hn*>�����  of P��feot  health than M1&s, Lilian  Durfee    Un-  ��aiU'ai"ly I13"8  W&S  110t -^ it  leeht    a    nV years  aK��  M��s   Dur-  ce beaune ill, and her friends feared,  that she vvas going into decline. ' A  doctor was called in and  hut his medicines did  desired   effect.     ilor  'Dear Sirs,���This is to certify that  have been troubled --with a lame  jack for fifteen years, ���  I have used three bottles of your  lLNyw:i)'S LINIMENT, and  am com-  [jk-tely cured.        ','',''"    ' '"'   '--' ' ���"-.  Ji' gives me great pleasure to    res  (commend it and you' are   at liberty  to ui-e  tin's in any'    way  lo further  jthc u.-e of your valuable medicine.  Two Kivers.   "     ROBERT ROSS. ���  Eed .'-now la frequently seen in tho  |Arctie and Alpina regions. Chemical  fexperiinents have led to the conclusion that the red color is due to the  Ipresen-JR of a vegetable suhstance.  again   ei.joying  CiraONIC DkIUNOEMENT/3  OV THE StOIUCH,  JLiyeb and Blood, arc epeedi'y removed by  thoaciive principle cf the ipgredionts epter-  j log into tho composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pi I's.   Ihese pills act sp-citlcally on  : thedernnjed organs, stimulating io action  'thedoimant onergles(of' the pyatein, there-  by removing diFeA.-se and renewing'life nnd  ��� vitality to the afflicted. In this lies tho great  Kcref of the popularity of Parmelee's Vegetable pills. ",        - ���  Unl.'ss a man has, will power ��� tb  [burn he has no business trying, to  [make love to a girl -who, jars tlie  \ scak-s at 250.  S0Z00ONTTOOTH POWDER 25c  .__-___��___���__���_������__     ��  ���. c I , ' '  111]en a man' marries he  thinks he  [is getting a'mate, but often Lhe supposed mate turns  out -to  be  a  captain. "   .  ANATHAN,  [) NORTHERN  TIME TABLE -       ,  Canadian Northern Oepot, Water Street  e��  ��. ��*  w  Stations  13.45  10.16.  8.00  prescribed  not  have  the  ..ik,  i^��   u      ,     ������ -  str,ength gradually  left her, her appetite failed,  she  had  frequent  headaches,    was     very  pale,  and finally grew so weak  tbat  a -tyalk  of a    few rods    would completely     fatigue    hor.      The     young  lady s   family   sorrowfully    observed  that    Fhe was steadily  failing,     and  feared that cbnsumptiori' would claim  her as a victim.    One day   a   friend  urged  that she .should  give Dr.  Williams'   Pink .Pills  a  trial,    but    the  idea at first was not favorably   entertained ;  it seemed  hopeless to  expect   that any  medicine would    help  her after the doctor's treatment had  failed.'     However,   this  good     friend  slilL 'urged,    and    finally    prevailed.  By the time the third box was, used,  there was. an ..unmistakable improvement    in '   Miss    Durfee's    condition.  Cheered by    this,  the pills were continued,   anh   in  the course of- a few  weeks'   the    former,   invalid,    whose  strength was  taxed  by the slightest  exertion; ��� was,   almost .restored    to  health.     The' use     of     the pills .was  still continued ancl a few weeks more  found   Mis.    Durfee  perlect -health.  To a reporter who interviewed her,  she said :���"I believe _ that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills saved my life, and  I earnestly recommend them 'to c-all  who fear that consumption has laid_  its grasp upon 'them." **      . ',  That the facts related' above are  not in ."any way exaggerated.* is  borne out by the following statement  from Robt. G. Irwin, Esq., the well  known stipendiary magistrate for the  municipality, who says:-"I distinctly remember the o pale face of Miss  Lillian Durfeo and the regrets of  friends as they, expressed their conviction that she would soon be compelled to say farewell to earth. Miss  Durfee, however, carries the unmistakable" "credentials of good health,  and frequently-expresses her indebtedness to Dr., Williams' Pink Pills."  Pale" aiid anaemic girls, or young  people with consumptive tendencies,  will find renewV-d health and bodily  vigor through ',the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills are  an unfailing cure for all diseases due  to a watery condition of the blood,1  or' shattered nerves. Sold bv all  dealers in medicine or sent postpaid  on receipt of 50c a..box, or S2.50  for six 'boxes,_ by addressing the Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  A  Pecolinr Present.  Edward Noyes Westcott, known o��ly  ne the author of "David Harum." pos-  6f.-s.%ed a rich baritone voire and at one  time sang in a choir at S3-rac11.se. He  was fond of telling of an occasion on  which be was invited to sing at a concert in one of the smaller towns of western New York. The musical iiffair passed off satisfactorily with the help.of the  neighboring talent, assisted by'Mr. West-  eott's rare voice.  As Mr. Westcott *svas about to retire,  his host came timidly to his room, carrying two long paper boxes. "I leave the  house so early in the morning to go to  inj" factory," the man explained, "that  I m afraid I may not see you, but I want  to give you something for your singing  tonight. Now, here's two pairs of tho  very best whaleboned corsets that our  factory turns out, aud I want' vou to  take them home with you."'  Westcott used to add that he was so  tsurprised and amused that he could find  no words of protest, and so'accepted and  took them home.  A CLIPPING FROM  puraiuiEno  MRS. J. BAENETT FIGURES IN AN  INTERESTING- ARTICLE IN  THE LOCAL PAPER.  Chinese Tfcrve.  Tke most common form of putting a  man to death in China is taking off the'  head by tho sword, and the extraordinary  nerve of the Chinese is shown in this  way more than any other. I have seen  two men beheaded, one placed ba?,r*e the  other. It took three strokes of the  sword to kill the first, and while the  operation was going on the second knelt  down with his neck outstretched waiting  his turn.' Thinking that the process was  slow, he turned to lhe executioner and  asked if he were going to he much longer  with the first. Then, when the executioner came to him, he stretched his neck  aud waited for the blow, 'which  pletely severed his head from his body.  com-  Jk. Dcnil Whale.  A whaling station can be smolled a  tung distance. It i.s a wonder how people  can endure such ''awful odors, but it i.s  true that one can get lifted to anything.  The excursion .steamers to the North  Cape always visit a whaling station for  the edilif-ation of the tourists. It-is ono  ot the sights on the regular programme,  but few people go ashore. The others  are satisfied td remain afar off ami .spend  the time "cursing", the captain and beg;  'ging him to get away as soon as possible'.  A dead whale will smell longer and louder than any known animal,���Norway  Letter lo Chicago Herald.  Interviewed by ���the Representative of  the Echo���Story of lier Trouble  as Related by Herself���Her (Opinion of Dodd's Kidney Pills.  8.00  8.00  MorriR. Emerson; St.  Paul, cto.  ���   daily   ,   HoIjukJ, Mfwni, Belmorit.HartnfiT  and Brandon, Mondar, Wed-  npaJny tmd KrMay  TMra<ky(-Thursday. Snturday  Portnscln. Prairie and In'tcrnic-  (U.ne i��Uticm��, Dailr except  Swnday ��� *  1S.30  ���, 6,30  rjC1c?":, l)m2. w* iniormedUTe  Motions. -TttcMar k Thn-.ntiny  ttacdmiftld     Wwtbourne,    Glad.  st'-mc, DanpJjHi and  fnterme  8.00  8.O0  ,11.111-  "rn^yTWuT^y, fj^^y  Tu��:��th,y ��n,i ThuredM-"  ...l  17,~������7. r -r-A,   Ta-wdny and tktur*��[y  5iW*J'�� ���**r- Krvrood and interme-  diate potato. Wednesday  Saturday  3 0..S  !0.4fi  THE VIGILANT FATHER.  There was a young man in Flint  Who   thought  he   was   some   on  sprint,  But the pa of his girl  Gave the young man a whirl,  And now he is done up in lint.  Jio  KoKretN.  "Have you sent your regrets. Dorothy'. ' asked mamma of her little daughter, who hnd decided not to go to a parry  to which she had been a*-ked.  c'l haven't any to send, mamma," an-  BweYcd Dorothy. "I don'r ��*mit' to ��n."  ���Tnd*on"noli*- N^mvh.  DYSr-EPSlA OK INDIGESTION is 'occasioned by the want of act'oa in the billiary  ducts, loss of viti lily in the stomach to so-  cre.e the gfistric juices, without which digestion cannot go on ; al o being iho principal  cause of he;id,.che. Pnimelee's Vegetable  P.lls taken before going to bed'for a while,  never fail to give relief and effect a cure.  Mr. P. W. Ashdown, Ashdown, Ont., writes:  ���,'Parmelee's Pills are taking the lead against  ten oiher makes which I have in stock."  .A wise man in business may be  fool in love.  Minard's Liniment Cores Burns, Etc  The loafer is a drone in the industrial hive. . , '      1   ���  the  To tell the plain truth, when a  woman0 goes nway on a trip her  husband isn't as lonesome as the cat.  *��.��r��  K0.4.-J  i��.4f.  Sprugue, Wurroad, fieaudetto wiW  iut��rmodtata   stations,   Mon-   ����r. WwlncHday; Kridar   frqeAday, Thuraday, Saturday  �����>. 1 fi  Vi.ZO  h.K \1AHX.\,  Gen. '.npt.  GfcO. BL SUAW,  Traf. Mgr  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  TIME TABLE  \f���,-,*������ n- J-y'i.i unci bin  Mo.ilm-,1, Toronto   Now York "and  r.   l-,^t, via all tail, daily   d.dlyIlK0 and illlorn>odiate points  M0l(lMVnVi�� '<*��'^nnot and'iitormo-  orUra l;l i'nnrio,13randon,Calgary.  ^���Jl-on and_ nil   Kootonay auci  Pnri    c,!ilst P������ints, daily   ! ��� "i-1, urio* Briuuloa and in-  hiimhiy" XWmfc3 daily 0XccI,t  Glails.lf,'"0' Nfopawa, Mhiucciosa and  SuMday at�� p6ints' 4aily excopt  Sh0H^;^9.'Yorkton'anVl*hitormed-  Tii,?-po*i.?ta* Mon.. Wed., and Fri.  Eaniil  'il-T1TVrs*' ���a Sat............  v 'rf,',,I;Ia,n,,0,ta' Miniota.Tuos-  "���lJ) -i-liur. ant Sab .  V��  a'1"AVVod�� andJFri" ���"������ ��� ": ���  X>oinuS10-^6 an<1 intormodiato  Sui i,U Vllly SM��Pfc S��"<lay   "iii Vvi;ll?}0du iuul i��ormodittto  5i'!'uKlon     y��XCOp6 Sunday via  Giouls^vandsat:;:::;:::::::  a ri?"iris and Intorm-odiatb  g^ffi^��?;:Wcd^-d  ^bvHhi'^TrV^^.-''1"'6���^���  viin Tuna Tiirscli' ^ionfaitr Est'o  a��.J-uos.,Thurs���Sat., via brand.  Stonowail  1!a\  s  and Sat.  'wncivn    iv .Ti  ��� ""��-><".   fwa^3l_^_s.fcfc  '��� >v,LJi< M.\Trrr���*-���~4i:i^-u-:  LKpNAlii)  Gen  Supfc  LV  1C.00  16.00  8.00  7.S0  16.S0  7.S0  7.S0  7.30  T.30  8.20  7.30  9.05  7.30  J'.d0  14.10  18.30  12.20  7.r,0  I Alt.  10.1.-)  10.15  18.00  1S.S0  14.S0  22.30  22.30  22.80  22;30  15.45  22.30  15.15  22.3C  H.X  1.3.35  10.0C  1S.SC:  17.-1C  There never was, and never will be, a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  to which flesh is heit���the very nature of  many curatives being such that were tha  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of the patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would ap-  Sravato tho- othir. Wo have, however, m  uinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills. By its gradual and judiciou*  use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Qainine oxevts on nature's own restoratives.  It re'ieves the drooping spirits of those with  v:hora a chronic state of morbid despond-  ancv and lack of interest in life is a disease,  ind*v by tranquilizing tho nerves, disposes to  vcur.ri and refreshing sleop��� imparts vi-^or  co the action of- the blood, which, being  at'uiulated. courses throughout tho veins,-  strengthening the healthy animal function.  of. the system, theieby making activity a  nr-cessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving lifo to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and,  gauged by tho opinion of scientists, this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any In  tho market.   All druggists sell It.  The great demand for a pleasant, safe and  reliable antidote for alt affections.' of the  throat and lungs is fully met with in Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. It is a purely Vegetable Compound, and acts promptly and  magically iu subduing all coughs, colds,  bronchitis; inflammation of the lungi. etc.  It is so palatable that a child will not refuse  it, and is put at a price that will not exclude  the poor from its benefits.  Plattsyille, Ont., Oct.- 21.-��� ^Spec-  ial)���The case of Mrs. J.' Barnett of  this town was found of sufficient importance to be published at length in  the Plattsvill* Echo. To the representative of that live local' paper she  made the following statement concerning her experience with Dodd's  Kidney Pills. ',  ' "I have been ailing for years,' but  in the spring of last year I grew  very much worse. The symptoms of  my disease were nervousness,. rheum-  tism in the left arm,- pains in the  small of the back, up the spinal column and back pi the' head, through  the ej'es, left side of the body and  occasionally the right side. '  "I grew weak,' for I had no. appetite and night after night 1 could  not sleep., I was a physical wreck.  I was' treated by doctors/ but their  medicines afforded mo no relief. I  chanced- to read in Dodd's Almanac  of the virtue in Dodd's Kidney Pills  and the wonderful cures* effected by  them.  "Tlie symptoms as therein explained corresponded with my own.',and I  started taking Dodd's Kidney Pills  according to.' directions. ' Before 1  had finished one box there-was'a decided improvement in my condition.  My appetite returned, the pain was  lessened and I was able to sleep. 1  have taken in all 'twelve boxes and  have completely recovered. No sign  of my old trouble remains, and I inscribe it only to Dodd's Kidney POls.  Dodd's Kidney Pills "are a wonderful  discovery."    *  This clipping is reproduced as it is  typical of the way so .many women  feel about' Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Dodd's Kidney' Pills have^ been often  truly called - "Woman's  best friend.*'"  n Is tho voice i��f love, that quality which  makes its notes tho tones or passion ana  echos of the heart i.s delightfully realized  in tho W J L, L. I A MS' PI A N O S, which  embody tho hi-.rhe.-t res*olts, of a Ren*  eration's.profjress and improved methods  of construction. . Tho Williams' Piano  comes near to beuifr perfection. It is a  household word. We also bell organs,  phonographs, etc. :  : : :  FORRESTER & HATCHER  ��. M. C. A. Blk, Portage Ave.,  Winnipeg.  Agents   Eldredge   '*B" Sewing Machines.  icifi- 4/9  0  0  O  T  T  R  N  E  E  Q  C  B  U  s  T  N  O  S  H  J  HA1�� LA GRIPPE.���Mr. A. Nickerson,  farmer, Dutton, writes: "Last winter I had  la grippe, and it left me with a severe -pain  in the small of my back and'hiD that used to  catch me whenever' I tried to climb a fence.  Thi-* lasted for about two months, when I  bought a' bottle ot Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  and ufed it both internally and4 externally,  morning and evening, for three days,1 at the  expiration of which time I was completely  cured."  A NARROW ESCAPE.  She-I'm so glad it's to be platonic.  At-1 one time I was afraid*,you would  propose.  He���So wa.s I ! ' ��� '  - We will give the above reward to any person who will correctly arrange the f  abovo letters to spell tho names of three Canadian cities. Use each letter but A  once.   Try it:  We will positively give the money away, and you may be the \  ��� ^fortunate person.    Should there be more than 1 set of correct answers, thef  - A money will bedivided'eciually. For instance should 5 persons send in correct A  ^answers, each will receive,��-10 ; Bhould. 10 persons Eend in correct answers,\  reach'Vill receive $20 ; twenty persons, $10 each.    We do this to introduce^  iour firm and goods we handle aa quickly as possible.  .SEND NO MONEYS,  \WITH YOUR ANSWER.   This is a FREE contest. .A post card will do. \  Q     -"S     ' Those who hare not received anything from other contests, try this one. ,   -7-   '   9  ��-"^b^a^^^fvEMPlRE SUPPLY CO., ORILLlA.,CANADA.-^'��*fe^fe>^.��  ASK  FOR  COST   NO   MORE" AND" WEAR  ,   D    B  p   a  BETTER  The 80,000 American wells produco  between' theni\ 160,000 barrels of oil  a day. '��� ~  MAED'S.LIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.  A man never 'objects to having hi-  hair cut at cut rates, but he draws  the line at a cut-rate shave.  You-ng mnn, make a noU of this :  A Kansas newspaper hns discovered  a' young womaa who  form by helping her  housework, and keeps her hands and  arms soft by kneading bread.  develops    her  mother  wieh  The wigmaker is a locksmith  that  love never laughs at.  Many a man who is color blind is  capabic  of feeling  blue.  1' Failures or Disapi  ii  Word  About Diamond   Dye  Mat and   Ruar Patterns.  When   ignorance   wins  drops away below par.  intelligence  , REQUIRES LITTLE SLEEP.; -_ '  Th?-distinction, among animals- "of  requiring least sleep belongs^ tq the  elephant. 'In spite of his-capacity  for hard work, the elephant*seldom",  if ever,' sleeps,more than four, or on- ���  casionally five,  hours. ' c.  Man nnd  IIIs Palate.  ��� I suppose that every man's dream of  married lifo is mure or less mixed'up  with the idea of food���fpod ti.at he cau  eat aud can invite hi.s friends to eat. The  possibilities of the chafim** dish are innumerable. Try your best not to fall into  a hopeless rut. Do dainty cooking. Then  some time it may, be that the fragrance  of a perfect Welsh rabbit will bring to  your mipd the fiist budding of love as  long as life, and as deep as the jrrave.  Men are, queer.cicalures', aren't thoy? .  Slowaj & 'Champion  BANKERS AND BROKERS  WINNIPEG.  / Write-to us for prices of SCRIP.  ���Get our���List o�� Lands.  Stocks and  Bond3 Bought and  Sold.  1 We can furnish the exact amount of  Scrip .for any payment on Dominion  Lands.   -Do not pay cash.  i-  ���   1  !  I  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ?  Lucas County, j      ,  ElKANK J. Chkney makes, oath that he is Ihe  senior partner ot the lirru of F. J. Cecknky &  Co , dolKg: business in tho City cf Totedo;  County and. Stato aforesaid, and that said.firm  will ��*t the sum of UXE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eac-h and oyery case of catarrh tli a I  cannot be cured br the use of Hall's Catakjmi  CUEK. KtAXK J. CHEKEY.  Swora to before me and subscribed in hit  presence, this Gth day of December, A. D., 188&  r  ,.        . A. W. GLEA.-.ON,  4 seal j- Notary PubUc.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is takrn internally and  bc(s (ltrectly on the blood and j'nuoous surfaces  of the system.   Sen-i for testimonial, free.  F. J CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.  Sold by Druggists, 76c. '  Hall's Family Pills are the best.'  0. e.'Mcpherson,  Qou.-Pass. 'Xri  S0Z0D0NT for theTEETH 25c  .Black . antis can be driven away  with sprigs of arbor vitac, and nios-  quiloes with walnut leaves. !  Sappington��� Your  sweet enough to cat.  ���She does cat,    ������    f  : sister     looks  Little ARodncy  The amount of personal , property  ieft;by the late President McKinlcy  will be about $140,000, and of real  estate about ��70,000, aggregating  about ��210,000.,  MINARD'S LINIMENT Cures Dandruff.  Oxford University's income  about! ��418,000 a year ; that  Cambridge, ��340,000 a year.  is  of  Do you make up mats, rugs or carpet's in your home ? If so, you will  readily admit that your success is  largely due to the lovely and brilliant colors given to your materials  by the use of Diamond Dyes. Users  of Diamond Dyes know that they  never sniffer failure or disappointment  in their work ; they quickly and easily get the exact colors they require,  and never waste time or money. If  you arc interested in the popular  work of rug making, and cannot procure the "Diamond Dye Mat and J tug  Patterns" from your local dealer,  send your address at once to The  Wells' ��fc Richardson Co., Limited,  Montreal, and you will receivo free of  cost sheets of designs  to arelcot from.  THIS COW WILL DO.  A cow which is believed to hold all  records for increasing a herd has just  added to her fame by giving birth to  triplets.  Three times .she has produced  twins, and on that account her own-  (or, A. Podesto, says he would not  part with her, as all but one ot the  calves were perfectly formed and  lived. His ranch is located near  Stockton, Cal. This lust act of the  cow has attracted much attention,  and many people call at the place to  see the. trio of calves.,  Thick Sklnne*.- , . y  . The hide of the hippopotamus to souse  parts Is fully two inches thick.  IvlKhtlns Haivnllnh Residence*.  A unique feature of Honolulu dweH-  ings Is the provision made for lighting  the exterior as well as the interior.  Electric lamps are. set In the masonry  of the walls, thereby throwing a reflection both inside and on the lawns,  where the residents spend most of their  nights.     ' '  No Wild Snitar Cane.  " It Is said by botanists tbat sugar cane.  Is not found'growius wild in any part  of the world.  Clerical Sore Throat Explained. '  Deacon Scrimp��� Iltmiph! Tbiuk you  have got to have a vacation, eh7  Struggling Pastor��� Yes,, the doctor  says I must go off until this cough Js  cured.    .  -  Deacon Scrimp���TVell, I'd like, to  know .why preachers are always getting bad coughs.  Struggling Pastor���Well, you see, we  have to visit around.a good deal, and  we are always asked to bold a little  service before leaving, aud I think our  throats become affected from breathing  the dust that Hies from the family  i'.iblus. ��� '    ,  lier Usual Remark.  "What did Mamc say when her father  gave her that new gold, watch?" asked  one gladsome girl.  "Oh, tho same thing that she always  says. - She'remarked tbat she was hav-'  ins a perfectly  lovely  time."  A Cued Up One.  Nubbs���He went into the editor's office  like, a roaring lien aud came out liko ������.  postage stamp. '  Bnbhs���How was that?  Nubbs���Licked.  Teople never seem to pay much at-  tion when your enemy does wrong,  but how they howl when you do  wrong 1  MINAEFS LINIMENT for. Sale Eyeryvliere.  Und  Operation.  Boynlon���Harding tells me he is suffering from an opeiation.  Sawyer���I hadn't, hoard'of. it. Surgical, of course? ' ,  Boynton���No, * this was a naancial  operation. Gibbons borrowed $10 <o�� him  yesterday.���'Boston Transcript..  Street  Corner Civilities.  "Well," said the blind man, > grasping  his cane and starting ou, "I'll see 'you  again.". (  "Let me hear from you occasionally,"  said the deaf and dumb man cordially.���  Chicago Tribune.  If some people were t,o weigh every  word they utter it would be decidedly tough on the scales.  Mouse -whiskers aro now used for  ���fiuking- the '"gray- knat," a fly used  in  trouting.  Before marriage a man considers  his best girl a little dear; after marriage he usually considers her a little extravagant.  Vice is a habit gone  to seed.  Good for  Not Bad for Good TejetK  Sozodont Liquid 25c.   Large Liquid and Powder 75<��o  At all stores or by mail.    Sample of the Liquid for the postage,3C.  HALL OSh W.IWIIBL, NewYorK.  Four  Lovely  Diamonds.  When on a diamond buying- trip to  the cutters at Amsterdam,' we never  forget to supply ourselves well withi  four '���special" sizes, viz. :t,  For our * $25 Diamond Rmg*.  For our   $50 Diamond Ring1.  For our" $73 Diamond Ring-.  " For our $100 Diamond Ring.  Every one of these diamonds must  be of such a'quality that the most  critical cannot find a fault, for a  "Special" Diamond Ring from  Ryrie's must be of r" first quality"  always.  Send for our King Catalogue.  DIAMOND.HALL,  ���V       Established 1854-  RYRIE BROS.,  t. Yonge and Adelaide Sts.i  TORONTO.  RICHARDSON     &    BISHOP  Dealers      P^PJ?R   WINNIPEC  Printers'   Supplies  Billheads, Envelopes,Stationery  The man who waits for something  to turn up is apt to discover that it  is his  toes.  THOSE OLD   ,  BATTERED   FACES  And let ns supply you with  a cloau cut,modora lot that  will brighten up your pa gos  nnd please your rendors  and advortisors. Write us  for estimator on anything  - iu printer's material..,:: : :  TORONTO TYPE  FOUNDRY CO'Y  175 McDermob Ave., Winnipeg. .jUVSJrSW.-  for a -raddle hor.-,.:- and   ."J.100  now known   afi   (lie   t'om-Hi'i  Lode, in Colorado.  1  -  "."A *'     *   *-'   ���   AljAJ    }:.t.iXLLl   ~_   iss cuarlvs e:. seed  3.;ii^i-'ri i  at from Ji', e io Un centi-  I  iux .. ,��u.ijc nor..j> :,��.]    .>I00   wll  ,    , "-Madam I need help;  wt you give        "Vc* WJani, I do.   When Phrlps & ' '       '        r  now known   u_   lhe   Comst.vfc   S,!v. , , "10 S0���etJiJnff?��  The question v��_Tad-    Co. pa,  u.n uw:T,for ^g^^ I   uu,nan--f  Lod,. in Colorado. j ��-* ^ ,^^-ho ^ J��t , J-^^S ^ ** ^K    ��� A'S  tit 8?J-/PV,r   '"1(:    WP��'    ff)f   ��f "n-1S!    ,Was ,h0r sh^-reply-aJ , Wo to gin* away his thousands r ? I !"t���y *  California m 165-2.    1I�� h i.Mittl*-   sm.  | Ul�� ����� >;W��. door slammed shut. I    , "This is a nvrhitlon to me " ^d.Vi*-- '  Cl's>-thuic, and    dr-timm^.!    tn    i,,,,!.1'"'' ' ^'P'a tt'��*'altJj.y vou;^-widow.    Pbclps.    "i cannot, tceliowvmi ,������,,-' H===  '.��r  '!-:  California in IS.0'2  ?��S   till;IO,    i*,lld  ncio.yto Virginia City,  wl'-ro, u   w...  reported.-ilvbr  lud   b��i-.i   diV-jvc-red  lie .si rived lh,']--. I,..f.,ro there hnd bei-n  any big discovery or ;,ny ru-Ii uf  min-  *tk= nnd adventurer? to the s.*:'if.  -lfter ."dr. S:evens had beo-i   in   yj,.  fiinia City for n   time  i,n   I,,,.,,,,,,   ., .'  -luainfcd With Cnnxtneh, U-i-   origin .1  1 owner of the land containing (ho   m.v>-  famous   lode.    Neither    Stevens    nn,  Comsfoclc, Iind   -., vf ��-'-"*\4   -��J   1   .-1.  i cannot tee how you man-  " '    '   Jl."  dr-t< nniiu-d    (-*    ���,���,], ', ' ^P' " *vt*'a��Ji.y young widow.  j y au lin^ji-a.-iuit frame of r.-.ir-d.    She "It's he, ��� a hard, hard strug-rfl' " re-  -haa   jU<t   -yun,three of  the latest ,' P"*l Thompson.    "With tli^" =d of or--  tt \ '    Jabr,��' an<f  ri0AV  ���t    SJJlt:P she v'a* four vears o]<J-mffc^  Jat.heuasanoxee^ingly^fortniiat, | "coarfonally able w ��n-u adolJ-i-   i*'  and m,M .U-vsed individual.   Prcem- j-^y; bul  (hat. was s?ldoln    W  't  h  ��aeh, ;,���.;] niaK-e knee'pants at 16 to"j^.  eeni.-j a du/en pairs."  J"iCigl,'iyn cents a ^ozen ijuh-s?   You '  don't meyn thatV"  "Yop. nj-vJasj, I do.   ^VLen Phelps &  y. pay ion eer.tri ior making* a. pair of / ,v  irouscTs wJiich sells for fivo dollars i����     .-"   'i     i    T "Vr  it any vi-onder that thellmtit^uti I  ^.^^ .knw,8 tha\ ^�� h'''-' �� ;���";  exceptli1,irlv^andll,n^.v^,,o"l^^���1f I oi H,xn  io "lv,ia  shli hu"' consecrated  cr -\veaJfh and lier time, but  ���i\. Y. Observe-r.  ssasEsssu^,^..  .rr^<!37s^^Kri!3s^s3^a%^  ���i !S CSS3    p    ��5f*.  .-���'-^���j   if/"    f,^i   '1   f;i  as  >'' r-i ft    iS ;  fj  ��j ^  m-'A.'tnMW  ���   S}[ ���������?���' *t :)"., jE  if,!  it  Mi  ������H- rvt W'M  -(}!��"?. 'At ��'i^'��  'h'- �� ''���!   ft v-3  t'L-i- . .5,-tfi'^ij.  ��V:r.<     'll^^l  \A;A A\ dA  fi*  i1*.,)'I*   ���     ,'t;  :|  ^ The Smelter' City   of f\  P South East Kootenay. 5  g  r.'nowmi tho market:' The smelter i> building.    The   brickyard is  |  ^   lunung out i,000 brick a day.   The ,awmill plant is bemg ln8tlllIp(1*   %  ii ����� - a ���   :        '   w  ,i  "N'l no faith in tlu'-iuu!   j-v-j*    paying  and n-lu-od l^ buy at any p, j��, .  , fjlln,"  fi  ^ ���- >     i      - ��� v* ��� -' i *  ^'K, who wh.* iairly wild; :o  K, t   tl,r  -��-..   J14V]J    Jix H-m^UHlt,thMe**va��fl J UOmpson    took    a    ra��fr   frnm    T,?n  ^a-?  cry. of jj-nrnrup,    a    WllJnMi'��   locket, and. remarkh^St / w", h  shnek-.-nnd^Jiuc unn-^r0fS;H,fl t1l0 bov_ | l;t5-t ^c-eip,, liandei- if^/ <f      Vb^  ���su-nng ,Mm 'fror.vri-bt  iu front of  'a ! "-bo, a ft tr .1 xinylt't mt     ttt !   t  ni,,3��-a.v M-am. and laid hh���. fri^f.wnw] I tl.��-*n ,io?>d��t..rh*tuutn ' ,  After ���*]���;. hnt\ co'itJu-d tin- e  .Ink  .���ind  Ior a ^ood two'lioriij!, but   SieveuS   iv- |t"lwl <��J-'C rather tAnihidlykrc^ea I she coi  m-nined ubduraled.    So Coiustock  had   -1^^�� W"��5'e affi3ily hcr sou,s rCs-c"^   ���inc?"  '"='."���-..����� ������      :���       .  . I l1-*" i.    "tfo it seems."  afu.s-od tu thi'. receiiit!  -y tjacuiatcd, a.s soon as  i -'1=4 ��    ro, ':''',���  f|',y!f; c*'2  \-M. !'.?;; {r;f  hoi��je  and   imne ��iwi.y,  jiloiided'  u;)li |  his Iriend almost with tem'e in his eve? i lmt hh-> ^tt, ,xhv t-arriagp'.'lrsVbrin*  *        turned  lo the rather sLabhilysa^ I she eould fl^e?^""^ T��Q "  man to who?e agility her son's rescue-    ���'���' " H��shouse-  to stay or abandon his   claim,   but   li-i  nekl to tho dtitorminutiun to  ieavo   at  the first chance.   '  It was not long   afterward    tbat  n  speculator came over from   California'  nnd ofTe.rud nun n,000  for (he   claim'  -Cdnidtucl- jumped at ji,   Kna   $1   Wua ���-  ,,..,-��.  paid down to,bind the baruaio      AiUv I fv'0 -   That iS whai *you GaJ]e^ ml"  or two later, However, ,tver ia p^ ^tttSntr^" ^ *�� ^C  Shelf and Heavy  Kdv/arare, Paints,  Oils and  ���  j^   Will bo a big l��usino,S point.'   Got iu oil -the  ground floor" at" one,'  V1  SIMPSON &,��� HUTCHISON,  Jou have saved my Arthur's life'"  she i^]aimcd. "Come to-morrow to  niy residence and name your reward  Meanwhile, take thisj^and she handed  lum a ��20 gold piece.  o-on'1 t3j�� man refused t;he proffered  "Why should you reward a Jazy rnn-a-  bond?    That is what you called ml a  Mrs.  1'ho-lps looked at "him   clojs'elv  and recog-uizod hiin. -,     . "  ^'1 was out 'of humor," she explained.  . ������' \-A>-  &$   'A  is  'tea  quantities was discovered on tho laud  undnhe miners culled a rough court  and decided that the deal had not been  a fair one.} and that Comstock 'should  -bave his land back. 'A feV months  Id tor, the (heoovories appaieutly  amounting to lif.le, Comstock sold, ,,r  igain for $3,000 the   ciaim   lhat   hilb (IUellt  ''^^^y-^thaV'she said.   "I  would much rather���"  vo -iv.-.s a liioa ��f soei 3t'v. I     "As you,please, madam.   Pm crlid T  'Pardon w �� "V���01"'   f/ explained.,   erer.you and your sick family most��  cai*"isf���u��       ' aQd'te11 m6rW   ?)U"re'   Spef J**���*'.fcutpaVaorent  u '1-felST. you., , tius room Shn T -n��,-0��� ��� .i ������. __ A,  I can assist, you."  ���   "-Madam, you're tnrifcod me to come to,  your home-.   If you'd do me a kindness,  come to nnne instead."  Mrs'. rkelpsr looked at him in amaze-  J his is my nffent'sivorlc,��,SJuaMrs.  i helps, .half to hccoelf. "And he would  have rurned you into the. street! Horrible!"  She opened her pocket and took out  some bills.  f"Mr. Thpmpson�� she said, "I thank  you for masting that I should come  liere. \on have opened my eyes' to some  thing's I was blind to before., Take this  ���~-ifc is only a very small part of the  heavy debt T owe you.. Buy fuel, food,  clothing*, furniture, medicines--whatever, you and your sick family most re-  V^-TiiiMn-ulhlnjr 'ami   .'!i'.nil>![iS.  ^        " ��� '      ' '   .      ' ���  gj Offices: Marysville aud'Orattbrook.  h? .-��� ~y~y - ^. jy ;. . . , , _.������  i^��i! J&*^��*~��^'Afrt.i&!&*:A$. y^'j^'^yXiiy^Syjti  SOLB AGEN"TS  l S3  S��25iI^S^".^!3SES3J^KSiSSS5K^"*ST��,����w��  MOYIE'S  LEADING  HOTEf,  .. _ -j.--^^ <>.����y, uui/jpiiyco-rent:  tins room shall never cost you another  cent." ,  "God' bless you. madame!�� Thompson  exclaimed, his eye's filling, with tears.  I take your gifts now with a glad and  thaokjul heart   I felt sure that all vou.'  needed was to see and understand.  But    '  oh, remember that there are others in  this house almost! as .badly off as vou  found rue," ' "  Upon reaching- hojne Mrs.  Phelps  % 'o. ���3.  ^'.Jrifisli.Colum&ia  Permanent-  Meets every Monthly evening in   tlioif  hiill   on   Yictofirt  street.  , Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially.invited.  i. ���   '        '    ,    '���  F. J. Mooue, A. JD: Dki;.MjMoxd,*^  Noble Grand.     , ���      Becr'y.  The best, of. accommodations  ,for tlie (raveling public.  P. J. McMahon, MgfV'  ��m g, w.-wjc.rT'j1  Moyie . Miners'   Union  Kro.y'i.  ���'  Meets in-McGregor hull every .Tuesday  evening, ,'Sojourning    members    are'  cordially invited to attend. ,  Joilv McDonald, p. t.", Smyth,  j  .      President.'      "       "     Socretiti v.'  BOOTS    AND    SHOES'M^ieB^7! of Tra(ie  ''���'paired and Mnde to Order.  LOAN AND SAVINGS ' COM?ANY  The objects of the  company     '���  �����.-    To afford  a 8aYe- and  profitable means for tbe saV-  '.    ������: of small sums'by legular  <    mstahnenfs, as well as for tbo    ���  ni'vestn^nt of small amoin'. ���  'Of capital ��U a productive rat J  ".   of interest;   To assist men^  ' bers in building purchaeiug.  or improving homes and clear-   '  1     ing off existing   incumber-  a noes."      ,.        i  \im\mi  liSW.'.'l'  ���fm-;  ii. a*"1 '  Hv* *�����  r-fpi-.v-  li'Ji'i.i-.  fe-jEI >'.���:  *?% ;r- :i.L"��  i i-'ji-     ^-    *ki i    , jr  mi  !|^  Hi  i V   > tf  I  ,a  ib : #  vale: wad  a  i fisung turn   and  ,liler   ^ljiwh^   tJlc  ,3'oung dandy durt'n^the black stood oil  and, admiringly suid .* "Why var<v  0������*rge   you   look  just    .crumptiotl,.  Youlookas.haudsonie. �����' a yunu-  hori." ��� ��-  10 �� nnii ��� T ^>c^ icy omjct homo  if   ".I"?? s~ ^ou'   s^�� i&s. Phelps. ���  re^iSfeM^.tl,6tiJM^��^w^  .-1?'.  .Aj-jTv j i  -l/l ' *l  .<v; i.!  ;' x r ���  '*: cK_  Wbero in ���;���<��� world   did   vou   eu.r| S^Mtinffte"einentianclasccn^  ���      ir     -      JwrJ^i^/^^/^^-staii,,  no  u'ii'J; I  i   .i.-i 'v'f ���'-';   .."j  ������it{,,i '   *i#  .V  my "'  see a lion, you ignorant uigsfj?"  '"Why, ,iUilsaaj  ,Jowu   ;�� duei]co  bridge."  . _   "At Spenco's b'ridjje?    There arj  lioud there.  "lcs doy is, mass,t; lots of 'em."  "U'ell wliat do they look Jiku?"'  '  .   w"hydoy-has long" l6gsS)   ni^  ,i(.ok  coati-, long eats and " '  "Get out you  ebony-ooiored   :-,-,,cal!  Those are jackassey.'"  done.   In her humiliation she kneltand  n-,c   , i ".j.   ,"  --���������-vi j"iuj   bia,irs,    ��1tered ivhat-was, perhanp the tli-?*- i-o-.t  Was    ramn*lOI.��� a     _ .      - U1UJQ1   , a,^^^  un'ius ciUU TJie IlZC'J  when so maaiy were lacking the ne-es-  sancs oi li��e. And, most humiliating  Ihonghtoi all, much of the verv tveallh  which  she  enjoyed  had   been earned  If) I" IM"      lit-       'lm,.       ___  \^   i. .  a   . - ' '"un^iuoi an, much of tlie vei- .���nn v,  pt��idhztl?tJr PJi-e]ps-acconi- 7hit s?e enjo^] ^^^S  driven iWl> * J   servant,    having *>' l��a- by those same starWn��r poor '  ^��ASt u^yitmg tenement, and ascends done.   In. her hiimilint ��� jtt^\��^  L SMITH,     . Moyie.  N'lUlt MAcEiCITKEN -4. MACJJOXALDri.   ���  's. j. whitoomb"  Meets on the lirsL Wednesday  evening of each month nt  S o'clock sharp in the court  lioiifo.  A. P. .Macdoxa'u*, Vre<>.  P' AmyTH,    Agent, Moyie  h. A.  KjOKKltF,  ' .     Vice-iVe*  Lewis Tiio'wsos,  .Sec'v.  '^'i.-,i 'to  |-,.*5   ,')jl  i'i*. j-1.  Ws5     * Ifc   *.��  ������'iff',:  ^ilA'.  Lotii   on  piiyments.  Vicloria   street    on  ����'eD..J. BUtutr.  <i;ii>y  H -JK  u * ir,  I*.',"' ii  )t  'All'  4* ���;'  j'f'J'-  '     Aricij   '.tJypured   of   h0l   de.-ifnos-  and noises in the bead l,y j>r.   Nlchol  ,f9>y AriUUdn] yr DvumS; ^  ---petaess, A^e^s^o^  old table, u large box whieh served as  ����. cupooard, a bedi nnd_ J  broken-backed  chairs,  were  the op  furniture     Tini   ,!,������.���, ',     <        ���'  xu.ii..      joiii.   T/lOUPh   BO   b.nrri   in.1  com roi*Ueffi, the room v,as elean. 0>on  the se., t,I7 covered bed lay two per.o^  -n woman of perhaps, 35- and a little  both sleeping uneasily.  ,v"nwked y��u to co^ -here be.cauSe I  wui.ea jou to Bee .thi,," said .Thompson   in  a Jow voice.,;"This"���v^td  comprehensive wave of the hand"���"^ i  c^-optv.-hatr, at. the pawnshop.   I fiave '  Jond rC* ?,  n�� fpel t0 maIce {t with; no  food, aud ho money to buy it with    1  u-ve a little medicine left by the doe .or  hut none of the comforts needed bv my  wl��v J"'? ^*d 'Cbn<3*   This�� toada���. ^  w hj I a_ked you for help this mornine '  x-Iotii-e     namter,     ^r-iine'r,  {.'la/.icr    and     papi-rhan^ci  All   work  on   j  face ^urau'leed  c  h-,~A i ..   ~'"A  '""'  t-'tsm   tier ups  I  fox a long time: a 1>rayer in which she  craved pnrdon for tlu.thoti^tlessness, I M0Vie    R    H  selashness  and  frivolity  o-f the past   l^^1^ -D--*-'.  ond consecrated her weaKh. to tlie sew' '  ""    ^   CAMPBELL.  / I e'%<  wpprhangor."   / j $mc~7*8&8  nor fee L   sn>.     ��   l�� J&L-tdfit ffl  ���acogurnulerd.    Trice:-   ao.     |   jiBi^^J?.Wl   )<����yofenehmonth?  3ord��ng-    lo     qnalKy     andnA^i^^^l/iili.g  bri.hecu   Im-  itock required X^L.B.cMW lomu-uj.   w   -    '  .   ���     ,,  ���     . -*   "i.<"uj. iai niiessrv-  tt��i S^,^l ��f ^ose concerning* | QHAB.  , whom He, said:   "-Tn^much flB yo have  j done it unto one of the least of theso  ;���    yehavedone-itunto'Me."  P.  Fmieral Director  and  Embalmer.  OnJulile /.f^CJiampion   TJollege of   ,i,c  [ili'ilsterinj? aiul con-  A yea.r has passed. James Thompson  with his wife and daughter, both of  wJiom have been restored to health, are ,,--,,- , ���.  hj?vg in a neat, pleasant house, the, <I'"-lu"*e "f Cliam,  giix of Mrs. Phelps, through whose in- V'^'tod .tuift*. [/J  ftrumontality Thompson has procured oi.il furni-'u.-o ' >-ei*,,,-;.,., <uv  lucrative employment. The year has ,��� /��� , *^-;"iing. oflit-o and  witnessed some other changes, tool L, . A,,:en s b!o��^'. nna'r Canadian  es^t-Kdly in the real estate owned bv,n'C ��f Commerce. Tele-raph and  ttt, t^J^^01"^^^^    >��f,il'o.d^e ptomptly nuended to.  I Gt  SUCC'ESSOJjn io  .^. M<^ajq.es -<^ Co.  WHOLESALE ASD RET.Ul'  MEAT     MERCHA3SrT^  J^resh   and Cured Moats, Fresh'  Fish, Game  an.i   Poultry.^   \y0  supply   only   t{J0   best. "Vour  trade .solicited.      '.  . MAKICET.S   AT"  KGoa. it. s. | At   all   the   Principal  Methodist Chi^h~|GltieS   aiid  Tbwns   in  1      British Columbia.  CRANBROOK, B. 6.  ^OLKr MOVIE.'  >*<>. iotir*.  ile��'ts ou the last Thurs ���  |(layofen<,'h month? Vis 1  ited J  Cranbrook,  SERVICES  rVri- held'in Hansons V  shaped   build:  ins,   corner  Victoria  and    Tavisloek  slretit, each Sabbat b at 7 :*30 p.' m.  Sabbath school at 2:30 p. m.'.  Tiic public are invited   -,ihd   vyill   he  -cordially welcome to   aitwn'd   Porvice's  W. L. SHE RID AX.  i'rtstor.  FOR   Fjntjs   TAILORING   GO  T.O  MERCHANT   TAILOK:  Fine   Suitings,. 0verco.tting0  Trousers,   Iniporled     Gooda.     '  MOYIE, B. C  ���a u  y i  ���i ty  i11 ;.-.  XI  11  Assessment work Contracts Tulcrn.  Parties v/ifjhiugio have ah.e,,-mj-n  ^vorkdoneon claims in,h�� vic;���iiv 0  >roy,>. Will do well <oc,>n,���lto* H.i(.  (no und.-rnk-nc! fm i,.nu��� V(-rr,  Icff inmycar, will |!(> pro;np,h, "l  tended lo, and suli.^clion will 1,  gu1ir.mt..fd.   ^        _       ^ A   S(;0.JT_  FJitlcyoi,   !f.,t .���;),,-;,',���.,.  Themis I, com pie!,- )j(,,!Ul ���..,����� (|[  tbe continent of y0Ith Amcnc, Hit.  I'ab'd nnd,|, ^cenr ry nn, i vailed Un  uninduor. TJiH UALCYON 1]0T  HI'RINGS Saniiaiiu,,,, Hah-von Uo(  M����ngS Arrow Lake, li. 0. Resident  pl��>"Mci,m and nur.o, Boating fishin.-  and excnr,hmP. Tdogr-phic oo.�����  -uumcation    with  Ve.-,;   n���t  rjl0 i>rk,c ,:Go;j   (.(i]1  ^  ���cn.s, iimUslM-wn,,,,,!*,,,,^  I lip]ped * i���.], (i10 ,,,u.j         vl m;) 'J ."'^_  from  eariy morxihia   till  j.^,' S1 ^ ���  we m.-ma-.-d toc.-u-;, ��Miou?h t ,.  1)Ur  ^t.nndbiiyM.tL-ciciKWlujUp  from  btm-vi,-,g.    Jiut tLp   mU        J��^  Jcm-n, coM-n, down, u> 13, to 12, eveu ?o  ten c<- m * ,i pa ;r." -- ��  ��-orld.    Two mails ".I'rivc^nd''']    "' j ^ P'',y R1l'h V''aifcs "fe t1,ilt ���"  to   jc.-ideiico   in  6    lw   ^'-'u��'nc-o   in   jiutei   0  I'i- bathf- ciire a]]  ij'-f'n.'K.a  C'j.. madam!  '"Phelps & Co.!    impossible'"  Tbe  firm,  madam,  of which your  nervoui and ! , ,   ,      n  ���'    �������>>  \ b'^bnnd was *ho hcirl.    I wonder"if  .. -      .- ...    ..,,u    IMUJJ  "tided aftor a moment's pa mm;, -j hafl  b-'d 1.--C for work v.a.i dull. From hav-  �����ffn ';��t'��l.ou^hy0lIr.���.,ulli���.fiwCiTC  oljl.^-d 1o n,ove here, and th,n t;jv w ;;v      ���.  "' ' 'L" :' -oc^ -'AU--lress. Micceedrd    h-X '���'��� "mv-i >n i;ir> |,1|;1 flI1.,0f.  molished.  Jttf y ��?' "oIoi'c<rcrpaystarvation  .-���>������>.' - ��i ^���,M.,.,lhc h,r, ,-o,.,n;���. ; A ffc* Ecaturo  EEFEOTJVE J3ih OCT.  , :, . ���      .---- ���������"���-"Ji;��. .-.iiccc'Ciicn  i ���:��� "i|,^-i .'1 7 > ��� c- lu j;i  ac-1/v-.i'   -     *  .    " '-'������MMi-inenRu-ouserston.aKoatlP I ^rt,-..(\ 1,;U. ol}l(.r 1)4i..t'    1;   ;;.     "  "^ |   ���.  I f"1'it;, a pair." ' i-n*- "   '��� ��� i-'^-0- ��n   ,���   .pos- |W' ,  I     < v- J ;     ,      "' sr'-1(5 1'i'it..well sin in-'ivas- i /">, * in) I  A-ett*t?     r,il0 J,rj<'�� ::Go"   i,('��  ^ i-'ir'T   ^--'--''Pt-   tl,��;   fi**m.    B���|   ^!is1 C^^P^���  vti.,,in(Usl^o,)|r,fl,,,l|,b ,     1'iclpr.   jj-rsK'-tcd  in her tlemard    u.-.d "  I helped ^.li (heMuvinp.   niA   ; M-'iaily   ,u,i1K,ui   (],c e      .'       |1''j !! .  from  eiivK- morni.m   ^:i.   ,..'..,"    am,iillinm.i,���ini1         M;".ci   lo    fj��     CrOTf75��     1\Tft��+ -   -r*. _.   ,1  jnHpr,   p-rsiHtcd  i;i her demand,  ar.o  ;l4ll/|;Y(:i''-J^.vl<crto1i1crtbude��of5<o,m'of l^n    ^"OW S     West'   PiOad  u ^l^i^.-mjiloyc'diiy-rhehrm.    Thev ! f(, .   .,p U  J'"/   J,ot   '...sit,,! Jn.Miy pla{lf,s vJl0u ];u | A-A.^r  Ifniv do you suppose Iho paironasro | rr.^fi-in - ' J,nL  J'nelp��,  &   Co.\vouJd be atTeoted>' I J-^eSClay       and       Prir]-^  lad lira.  Phelps, "if our Cllliiomc .s ' , - I Uay  of  ..  Hver   n,.d  bto:rrch  "t ii , 'P'T��  '^ly '�� *"�����'�� "brorw  Thohallia and ff�������      e     J'      ?'    . 0i' ,1C,s"Jla1, b" tVyi' bought o<  We remedy for silver an^lc'id   no?^ I Sh,,,����r ^^'i ^?'& t0i,0d ^ ^  ..��n, . UJj Icad   l,0,son"!ghl, t-ummcr.nnd wiaccr, with achinc  W    we,,ry . fo^    ^d.    htm,^-  - stopmchs, that.thp inilJ which prorind  '���At }uh .mr.nev. vduixA i,tn-t  hi,��� 0,it, r.:  \   >aM      JPn   c.cl]t;j  Ior  niuk ft    ����ktd lira.  Phelps, -Jf our customers  M'^'-  '.'0.,,1-r,?   Wnoisnit.;iriclloS���j, |,wef awaro that, thoir new garments  '   "  ^..^' Jyin^ifewJK.urs before on ...s.,vc iWedu-inc U���,  SSea^r cluM 3ick ^ih a cont?,^��- j 'bUnCiay   & ^Wednesday  ^tu-iactori-y. . JO*ih .-.^.rtaeix .. quietlv  5-vjj-iittca tc. rhe i.i&vi i:d.,k. The woges  ������voro roitod   :yA   :-  -;,.ora booo,n^r.  >VKS'i"  fve.'ive i\fc-diciiH' IfH<  A!..1:yfOrIla(0i,MaJ1,JT,mcCard8)TlckctSun-J  1,1,11 r,,foru>5��Ici��foyoa!C3tLoi!-l  i'i'jces Givei*  ar**;]    Orders  Taken on  Everything  In the Printing'  Line at the,  ���> f. <   The Lending Ladies-  and Men? F:iniisher.  Clothing Boots  and Shoes.  A I'Vii Stneic of Mi'ir.r^.lfii/.ri/  Always oh  IJ.nid.*  Cal/   and   Inspect Our   Gooc|s.  j.  C rJ.'ilioi-, Aflcfit. Woyio.  i- CAKTUR, ������ . i  ���DIM, Pfis.'i. Agt,  *-iT'.'j.*>oij| A  U- J�� coyle,; ..  Viauoovei'. | J  ��  'M �� BRJBPfTON  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMIWa  ���Also���  '    ^XPi{I5ss   and    Geneiu;  DEUyiuy,'  ���������,;-:���   ..STOYIEi. "-  !��#����_  M^syrT^^M^Siig

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