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The Moyie Leader Nov 17, 1900

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 f^^^^^^^'^m^^^^^-.m zk&^d&^s*.  Jaderwear, Blankets,  ^^k^a^^t^^  ^ m ft- p~^  S3    if*  $   I  ��3       *  * T>  UOYIE, B. C, NOVEMBER tf,i9<  Q9,  A    VTT * *-'  o^*UE   ^VV  r$��-��-  GBBAT  jj  JiJIi  OF HE  famine pur stock  men's  underwear  '���"' ' oil coats  lop shirts  fall suits  3  THIRTY-THREE    DROWNED  DRY GOODS  Sco   oijr largo aatortinont of  blankets  adies' underwear  " wrappers  '���'    dress goods'  '   of carpslo  m i  II  It  :i  '(/  tt  <<  t\  11  ii  I 1  '   M  ���#ir*h*  en  H  It  (f  GROCERIES, BOOTS AND / SHOES.  CAJIPBELL&.CO.  ���V" f <.' a  Wreckage   Strewn   for  Sllles   Alone   Hie  Shore. T^enty-fiyo UocIiQs'ltecoyere��!  Yarmouth,, N. S.,' 'Npy. lo'.���The  steamer' Monticello,- plyitig' between  this port and St. John,N: B., foundered in -the Bay, of Fundy, Saturday  morning, apd 33- out 37 passengers  and crew were drowned. The steamer  left St. John'at II o'clock Friday and  had fairly good,weather until Saturday  morning when a  furious storm  broke  ^j which caused the steamer to, founder.  ^ Among.the drowiied'are a  number  of  commercial     travelers     representing  .Ontario and Quebec wholesale houses.  The  shore "of this   country for  10  miles east and   tvest- is   strewn  colored.    Her body  was  seen   in   the  breakers this afternoon but could  not  be reached.  Borne difficulty has been encounter-  Steamer   G-oes    Down |oc1 )n fisurinsthc total los* ���� life, *���*  N6ar Varmnn-fh   '   " ilhe Pa8SenSQr8 mostl>' 3oin^ &? boat  H prf.1   I armOU Ml. j at St. John without first registering at   '..... :      ���    ,  ' (-he booking office.    They bought their  tickets on board.       ,      , '   ,  , The , steamer  left ' St. John Friday  morning   at   l\ :15.    The   wind   was  blowing lieavily at  the  time but not  so strong ai to cause any* alarm.  'The  storm became heavier,  however,  and  after the eteamer' had   passed  Polilo  passage, it was feared she'was doomed.  About 11 o'clock it   was decided  to  send the women  ashore  in the  boat,  and J. M. Fleming,  the  third  officer,  Wilson   Cook   acting   qnartermaster,  Nemiah  Murphy   second  officer and  Capt. Smith volunteered to lake' thorn  ashore.      '    '  The women were   gotten   into   the  boat with great  difficulty,  the  volun.  ceers following, and"' getting' the boat  away. . The wind was blowing in shore  at the time, and the boat  was cairied  , . v'*lh   rapidly toward the  land.     When  the  wreckage of the hull and cargo of  the .boat got a,/a   'th     were preparin^ on  steamer City  of   Monlicello   ,aad 25 '  .CANADIAN  BANK ;0F  1 [i ,  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  PRANBROOK BRANCH. ,   ;      ���    ;    J. W. H. SMYTH!  18  tit .ft^rM-T..,* w, W[ ���  MANHATTA1  rl  11  J  -v&  ���W'. A. AfAcKEA-ztLJ, Proprietor.  O <    ' 1. , , ...  Che   Hotel for the, masses., .-Everything First  ,^_.,in every, respect..   Saniple/sooms for  Commercial Men.  fllOYIE,  bodies of victims oi the disaster have  been recovered from the sea which is  still raging with fury. Many people  h'ave assembled at Eockville, near  whare the first body came ashore, and  numerous relatives of members of the  crew, who nearly all belong to points  on this coast have arrived to ldentify  the dead. . ���   '  The bodies were arranged in a room  in. the public hall, and the coroner  who hekj an inquest gave an opinion  of 'accidental drowning. All the  bodies are terribly battered.  The first body was found at daylight when the zinc lif6Loal which was  supposed by the survivors of lhe "first  boat to have been swamped-was found  on the shore. A few yards distant  were the bodies of a passenger, Mr.  Eldrige, Second Engineer Pole, Mr.  Fripp a' traveler of St. John, N. B.;  and the body of a seaman. All' four  had'.iife belts around fhem. cAt short  intervals along the beach 11 more  bodies were found making 15' drowned  up to noon today. They had all evidently   came   ashore   in  the life boat  board to launch another, but it is  be  lieved that it did not get away. The  first' boat was rapidly driven ashore  near Penbroke and on nearing the  land a gigantic wave struck it and  .threw it upon the shore, smashing it  to atoms.  British Columbia iVyning Motes.  Regular shipments of ore from the  Highland group at Ainswor'th will be  commenced soon,  A contract has been  let   to   extend  the tunnel on the Siherton   Boy,  S'io  can, another hundred feet.  The True Blue copper mine, situated three miles from Ivaslo was bonded  last week by J. C. Drewery, of 'Boss-  land. ���   ,  During last month the, B; G. mine  shipped over 3,000 tons of ore. About  100 men are now .employed at'the  property.   '' '  The Shamrock'group of claims at  Ymir Jiave been taken oyer by the  Golden Mining company," a party of  Ohio capitalists.' " ',    .  r i  , The,new'mill at the llepublie mine  is giving good satisfaction. .The man-  ager reports that by the process in use  93 per cent of. the values are being  save'd.  The Granny spelter up to last week  had shipped 22 carloads or about GOO  tons of matte to-the New Yoik refinery. Thj) value of the matte is said-  to be $100 per ton.  - 'A rich strike has been made, on the  Snow King group of mine?, on La  Franca   creek,   eight   miles   bbut.li of  Qranted 3 Diplcn-a.  Yt'lllis xVf. V'iolef. ui near Fcvt Stc  dropped into our office Monday m'oi <:'  ing and showed   us   ti   statement   r*,  ceived from the Secretary of Canadmr  exhibits   ;tfc   the  Puiis Exposition, ir'  which Mr. Violet will receive ;t diploma'  of1 high   uward   for the sample of ore'  sent in.    The sample v/as taken  from  'the Bill Nye mine, in, Tracy district]  on Wild Horse slope, and is fine gak-na' .  and copper carrying  gold.     There   k'  now about 200 feet done on   the claim/  and the ore,appears better as they,pro'-'  cced.    Mr. Violet also.states  that   thfi"  surface indications are the best.  ^~iwii>m"i�� tin ia ii ii  (jr. �� '*��.4& -^S-^��r<��!��� ^'^^ >?������ >fr- -^- >g-^"-**',<&'^y-^-. *r.x*>**. ^f.^y.jf.i  "fa  "ft  Ms  Large eatvplp loom iu connection  with house i'or commercial men. "Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters for Commencial and Mining Men.  5IOYIE. n. c.  ^.__:  (Is  /(\  HIS  ��s  rfjV  U\    lIVEKS AVEXIIB, ' -r ��� ������  r*f~\f  Ui  *%*m*r  To do justice in this lino we would want the whole paper to our-  Ptlvea.  is easy for you to 3ee  ^Vi* arc only li glad to .-how our goods.and (piote price?. All  fiir canned goods- are this season'h (���anniilg and you will fiml  among ihem the Pelhi. Simcoc   and   Knit -brands.  British Columbia. rind��werbkiIle.don8trIkJne Lhc ben6h  ������    - '  ���      ������ not one escaping.  The watches in the pockets  of  two  of the men stopped at 12:15 and 12:25  o'clock   respectfully.      The   body   of  Captain Harding was found  at Picnic  Point, encircled witlj a   life   bait  and  fully   dressed.     An   unknown   body,  supposed to be   that of a traveler for a  western   boot   aud   shoe   house, was  found   at   the   same   place, with the  bodies of Elsie McDonald and   Second  Officer Murphy. , Of   the  members of  the   crew   whose  bodies were secured,-  Copland and Benham were not known  to be on board until their bodies   were  identified.     They   were   not   on   the  ship's article;''; having joined for  the  {rip only.  Several bodies are still~ unidentified.  One was recognized this evening as  John Richmond, -of 'Essex, N. I?., a  traveler for a boot and slico firm. He.  was not before known to ha\o been a  passenger. This swells the known  | death roll to 32. Benham took the  place of Whitemore, previously reported lo.-t. Copeland was al.-o a substitute, but for whom it is not known.  It 16 a coincidence tint the shin  Peter   Stewart   w.i-i   wrecked   off ibis  Marcus Daly'   Dead.  .Anaconda, Mont.'/Nov. 13.���-Marcus  Daly, (-Montana's grand old man?', and  copper king, passed away at the Hotel  Netherlands in 'New York this morn-  ing, and the news was received here  9:30 this morning,  Mr. Daly's death was not entirely  unexpected, but it was received with a  shock and threw the town of Anacon-  0da into deepest gloom. The entire  town was closed today, and flags on  all public buildings were lowered at  half mast.'  Marcus Daly was born in Ireland  about OS years ago and came to America when a'mere lad. After a, Bhort  stay in New York he'.went to California.by lhe way of the Isthmus of Panama.1' He engaged in mining in California for a short time and then journeyed to Nevada during Lhe big mining excitement when bonanzo "kings  were made in a day.  A  "Ci  Kfr-ekinaw Goats and Pants  Vou 'have got to have eiollmig, ami where to g-.H it, that is the  'liiL-stion, you need not hc-.-il.ilc. vui n-il! find tho fccot judges >>i  ''l'Hhing.    Buy from us,  -Kbbers and German Sox  'f yen arc dissatisfied with 'ho rubber- yon haw been   buying, il  >'"'i liawi not been gelling lhc wear yon :.1kkiK! on: of them, linn  , ��c would say to yon try our rubber   department,you .will find in  .    it-did Multeso.Cross Brand. '  % -���������'"���*'������������'���"��������� ;-'^    '      ''���'   ��� ���- ' ���  slioro a rev/ reais a^o in the   in^nt  of  0    "What a Miner Hail in His Pocket,  .NewYoik,   Nov.   11.���Tho   largest  nugget of gqld   ever   received   at  the  ajpay office in Wall   street,   according  to   Superintendent   "Mason,    arrived  'yesterdaj'.from a mining   company  in  British Columbia.    It was consigned  to the New York agents  of   the  bank-  of Montreal.   The nugget contained a  fraction over 753 pounds of   solid  }*el-  low metal, r-nd is valued  at   JrlS^.OOO.  It   came   in   a   solid  cone and stood  ab,out two feet high.     This   cone  was-  wrapped in canvas and fitted   with an  oblong box. made of   two-inch  planks,  and   heavily   bound   with iron.    The  gold   was   held   firmly   in the box by  two woden wedges driven in from   the  top.    Two heavy iron  rings   were   set  in   the   sides   of tho   rough bos, and  through these were fitted wooden  bars  by   which   lhe   bos was lifted.    It required four men to remove it from the  truck in the assay office lo the scales.  Pilot   Bay.    The   ore   contains ' grey  copper and ruby silver.  The management of the Review  mine iu Myers creek district report  that pay ore has' been encountered at  a depth of 335 feet. The lowest ��� assay  shows $20 per ton.   '   -    ''  The mines around Slocan City, Sil-  verton and New Denver are keeping  up their shipments. East week the  Arlington sent out 40 tons and the  Enterprise 20 tons. During'the winter the Hewitt will make a considerable showing in the shipping'list. It  has 160 tons, re^dy to send tQ the  smelters.   - .- ' '  Another Slocan Lake   property   hag  been floated-in England according jo  the Nelson Miner.   This  is   the Condor group.    The North   West  Mining  Syndicate   is   the    promoter. .   That  company  placed   the   Bosun  Mines,  Limited, on the market  and  it  is-believed   that  most' of  the  stock of the  Condor Claims, Limited, will be taken  up  by   the  shareholders of the other  undertakings.    The properties of the  Condor Claims, Limited,   are  situated  on Four Mile creek.    The claims comprise a total area of G00 acre3,  The Goldslream mine, npar Victoria  has been placed on the list of shippers.  The work of developing this mine has  been going on for years and the output of pre is now 25 rlons per day.  The ore is shipped t'o Tacoma. The  assays so far Inve shomn ',20 per cent  copper   and   $-1   per   ton in gold and  silver,      , ' '   km���.���  The Trutli of the Kallronrt .Steeling,   '  Ottawa, Nov. U.��� Y iw following  statement was made by one o: the? '  Officials of the C P. J-l. re<r-irdiug the  recent ticket thefts in British Columbia: '-The facts are that two conduo-"  tors were in collusion with a hotel'  runner tore-sell tided tickets or' tickets already traveled on at reduced'  rates and divided receipt There v).  no truth'in the reports that thousands  of dollars were aqcured before the syndicate was discovered. Neither is it a  fact that detectives from Pinkerlon'.'?'  agency wore engaged on the case.'.'      '"'���  r     ,    "IVatoltiiiukiijjj.  -   ���C. O. Da ma lire r respectfully   informs (he public that liw's a practical"  watch maker, having 'worked   at   the  bench for 14 years   in.   Beaton,   Mass,'  A fine collection   of  "Watches,   Clocks'  and Jewelry will be   here   shortly   sc  kindly'hold orders until then.   ,- Prices'  will   surprise   the   natives.      Honest*  wdrk ond honest pay is my motto.  Yours respectfully  0. O.. Damaurer.  Opposite   the'  Kootenay Hotel   til}  better located.  J'llsonors 31;il;��> a Discovery  rn..  Spoiling-a Sermon. , ,  I have had souie printer experience, ���<,-  or   rather   experence   with   printers," '  which makes me fear   that ihe   "imp  of the types" has got it in   for   me for'  abancloiiing the craft and   becoming r  poor   preacher.      Recently   I was   to''  preach  .on   Ihe   Old  .Testament char-''  acters "Nadab��and Abili;-," and  one of-  daily papers got if'Nobob and 4dieu,''c  Shades of Gutenberg!    My iirot   Sunday   mornipg   sermon   after   I carnc  home from my vacation was on '.'Suppressed Lives." but one of the   papers  announced it as  -'Suppressed   Liyer;:.\  Such a thing as   that  is  wearing c-ij.  tends to make life not worth liviijg os"  peciaiiy if, a3 is said, the worth   of We.  depends   on    the   hver.    Fancy 'your  liver sunuressed!       '  iuiind  -in:  M:  wei^AKD^s, -  July and a boat load of men came iu  wher. the Monticollo's boat wmss luun.i.  Hall of the men were dead bttorc the  boat lotit'licd ihe land and many bi-  lieve the fame is true of thoeo in tho  Monliccllu'h beat.  No trace of more than three women  being on board (he alouliCi Ho ro'.ild be  Thvy v.'ere i;iven plaec^ m the  One cf thus-e .Slev.-aniess K-.te  is one (>f the sunivvrs and ohc  i�� tuo ill to make a sUiemeul. Ei.-:e  McDaniUd was drowned in the enrf.  Her body has been recovered. The  third   women,, named 'Lawrence,was   "���""    :  r    ���  . ���.   .    i  ���'.'. "j. a is a wkk.- ���'���������  Baggage and  Express Delivered   to  any part of tha town,     . '  lieattio Soils Out.  This week the dru�� and stationery  firm of Hope & Battle disolved partnership, R. E. Beattie oi Oranbrook  having transferred his interest to P.'  D. Hope tho resident member of the  firm. While the .Leader regrets to see  Mr. Beattie dispose of his interest here  it is pleased to note the progress which  Mr. Hope has made since coming to  Movie, being now able to handle the  L-u-iness alone.  nelson inbune:     John H.   Nolan,   r  ,    .     , ' .     . ,    .  .,    for consumption  acting guard at    Lhe   provincial   ia.il. |.   ...     .  , .        -   . ,      ,        ,    i bottles h  and   a   lew   prisoners confined in the  instution have the secret of ��� a placer  claim which might' turn out to be  profitable on a small scale if properly  worked. Nolan had a party of prisoners out'yesterday digging pestholes  for the' ten-foot fence being constructed about the government, property,  and in exoavuting ono of the holes an  interesting discovery wa? made. The  bole was sunk to tho gravel bed forming the old bed of Ward creek and a  couple of small spring,- wero uncovered. The water rising from the spriug  made two neat circular piles  of   blae\  . ,         Six Frightful Failures.  Siz terrible failures of  si>:  different  doctors nearly sent Win. II. Mullen o'.  Lockland, O. to an   early   grave. ,   Ai:  said he bad a fatal  lung  trouble  ami  that ho must soon   die.    But   he 'wa.v  urged lo try Dr. King's New  Discovery  After   taking   ft*v..  e was   entii-ely   cured.    It'-is  positively gaianteed   to  cure  all  diseases   of   throat;   chest and lungs including coughs, colds, lagrippe,  pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma,   hay  feve:, '  croup, whooping cough. 50c and .f I a:  Hope's drug stored trial bottles free.   ^* o -* ��  Halcyon Hot Springs.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America.    Sit  ^life:  sand, which i.nmedkiely al'racud the j  Jinivo Kviflm-ov-i.  Like Stanley and Livingstone found  it hauler   to   overcome mahujn, lover-  ague, and typhoid disease geruis   than  savage caiiu.ibala, but thousands  have  found that Electric Bitters is a .-wonderful cure for all malarial"'diseases.    I;  you have chills   witli   fever,  aelies   in  back , of , neck   and   head',   and tired,  worn out feeling, a trial will   convince  you   of   their   merit.    W. A. Null, of  'Webb, 111.i'writes:    "My children suffered for more than a year, with  chills  and fever then two bottles cured thera.  ��� Only.50-cents,   try   th3tn,  guaranteed  unci on sale at Hope's drug store.  attention of Adoiph   llvman,   an   i>!d,  ,    . .    " mr.nication  cxpeneuccu place: miner,  who   ib   do- , ,     ���.  ,       .   , .       , i v.-ot I-.:.       !  ing a short term in the   j::il.      Ifyman  found the s md foil of small   graina   of  m   o ��� 11  uaL-d   midst   .scenery   unrivalled  irmmiucr.     THJS   HALCYON    KO'i  SI'RIXCSS Sanitarium,   Halcyon   fT-n'  tpring-, .Vrrow L:-.ke, B.   C.     Ikvidoni ���  phybrei in and nur^e,    Bo-iting lishin-  i and.  excui-iions.      Telegraphic    com  ^viih   all    paits   of     tl:  ! wot Id.    Two mails airivn  aiu!   depr-n  ' d.L-.!  Terms, $l~)   to   #1;  ,"j  gMVcl.  : m  co'inc gold.    'I 1k.; lod him r^  a   shovelfu 1   of     the  shovel    was   used   a.s   a   p.;n ami ii:c |  springs furnis'.ed water.    After a   few '.  minutes' work IIytr.au had ."0() to  -1<V) i  colors of fine gold iu hid ghovel.. Then  ���the discipline,of the'jail .was   asserted  ��� and the hole-filled'up.     . '   .  ���; r-O ���*��� _  Notice ��>'Ci-cditois.  Notice is hereby given that D. Ii.  Bet'chen formorly jeweler at-Movie on  Nov. 3. 1000.granted an.assignment iu  favor of his creditors. All parties having claims against Ids estate and those^  indebted lo'him will please coinnm.'ii-  cate with lewis Thomson, N. P.  Assignee.  accnri1::1.  ,!.  o   rcikienee   n  )er  we-  hotel   .  villi.-.  lllli;!. '  I.; 1.,    ,  It . bath- cur-.- ail  ..' cii-eases.  ::V'.  a;u  slon:  nervous <:���'���  -iters '.K-r.l .. '  iCll    tK'l'iile :  ?   an   i:iv.!,.  The batlts and waters   ar.  bio rcine-iy "or silver and   lead nniv  my  Moyie 11, 4, 1900.  Xji'Ct a'  G:irf-o Fortune.  .  By the sudden death of Donaid'."M i  Allister in Dawson city in O'jtobjr >\  fortune of over ^10.0���0p0 is  iiiii^rit-j i  by In.-*  sister,   Mrs.  John .'Arb'o.tli:'."  formerly of Nelson, but 'now' of ?���!.:>,';���  Mr. MacAliister was to   Inve  -mar; .  Mrs.   Ssiaton,   graiid-'dai1.g',.'.er   <y. '. ���  late general Adams, early, in   Janu u;  and had intended leaking  Nolsoa   e  home.���Nelson Tribune.    ' .  -ih  ri  ne  , :> *  '!.   -e:it  not  ',   ired  ���''   ited  all  ...   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I v-   rttSiH-  js-IV'^tt.i'  Ii?-, 'MvF-'i I -  I -   -,&. ;^-, *  IV '    >:^' >V'ii  r~-"~.-��.-_*':":  -l? r..*-ji.w^'.l,t-��I3!iiri3P*y'���"i' **^*:*1^  gyg?Sj^^y5aa��^:��--.JS=^alft^^^  ^:rv&-~~.��xX'r?*~,~smHicrir*,*?y~jaxrw.  i*p a'ftvfs. n"���  j -  T..<ti: '���--*hincs jhp' above   was  put  \c.   i.yi>c-.   iu.Jul.atio_i   haa cached  .k:hli;-;:eu iu tho latrvoji. o.' the people   ino-il L'^c/mv.onL has, alao given tnc  c? M'ovio and .h'aet liootenav.  r\ <}.  ;;X��\T:i i~ C'l.  .v'uUlJuheys.  :?T:r-j.",  J.   R. COSTIGAN, a, O.iMcVittie &> Hutchison,!���*    { feN ?H /    h    i-/ 6 J*  _i.-i--ii:   iJra;k of Conmcroa B!--.' Tf.r.- ..nrl T.ifo nqcumi!.-:!..   Mir.. v "  St. Eugene hospital a grant of #1,000.  The government i- to  bo  commended j CEANBEOOK,  for taking this Morion.  P.O.  'jxn^jKa��acntt��i]nwjua^��u.  ^  ?���  f i\ '       **   '  j-fi *��'���*. ���-  I'i   h-;l irs'e-v; ,*]  F   {!' -"- ^ jl'  rah   !(;,: o'.��. fj  i^"-'     It", -���''){"   !i%,  V   *. t^ ���<2fv-f!>-' ������if'*  '  ' f,��* '���'*���: i.:H  r^l'ife ���  S.\'. I'  Ti.iJ Cw.iiau U>.coid has nov\r launched forth on it-- V'c-lume j II. Here's  suceey:: L-ro. Turnc-r.  Thfiv has been a gieat deal of  con-  Jiroyeisy here of late in   regard   to   incorporation,   and    there   seems   to be  strong   points   on   both sides, for and  against.    No de/inate decision  can  be  derived   from   (his   un.til   a thorough  canva&s   of   the   to^n is made, which  will evidently take place in a few days  wd ti/en we Khali be in"position  to on-  lighten the citizens as to the  possibility of Mich a cfc-p.  HISTOR.Y" RfcftA fiPKi "iT��ELF.   w,W j 'J- a?r. ioncfloiKc," ?o.ia Satis to  Kobbift-  '_       ',, . >   "V^ci't you ^ro and playryhhmo,  ------ - ��� \ i f.Pvo' n niay-hc-me���a prr-tty ploy-house���  I'lf,;, j-        p?.v:   unc'tr iJ-e'-ldcan-tree,  ���" v -'���        ' />:-.a ;e., -toys s.nO d^lls it-o ,-viJ jc-wn there,  c-'ic: eh: tliwe t-fe the ji'-ftiGest leaves J  And Bobbie, 1 iound two sp&rrow'ia nests  ,too--aid nfjsts tb>it d-opped from the  f-.aves, ;  And T fixed them uv on sowa tiny shelves,  and ohlJ*vs.'iything- 13 eo nice!  Won't yon Uy aov.-a thsre a;i<3 play with  mo?  If you will, I'll kiss you twice.  Harvey   <fe   McOarter,  FGET SXEELK. B. 0  Hflrvcj't SrcCarter & .VIez&urlorc  FJ2RXIK, B, C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  F-.rc and Life assurance, Li in.  Brokers, Land Snrveyerc- 'and  Conveyancerr, cm} Notaricd  Public.  Leava Orders ct: deader] Oflloo, SiOYIJE,  'fflT^  _ *gyj!EKgir7D:^L.~^mjJg?JiAi  xxsn&rvzsssizi  ^Ii:..s��� ."uawtt-aanA^jigag^^g  "I am lonesoiae by myself in the playhouse,,  And everytiung is so 'nice;  I think you might g-o play with me, Rob*  bio,  -  It you. will, I'll kiss you twice."  Then with boyish contempt ho answered  (she tvas six and he was eight),      /  "I don't care anything for your play-house,  and the sight of do!l,s I hate;     ,  And your leaves and bird's nests are nothing If ��h<-y do look no pzelty and nice;  fao I don't think'1 care, to goVith you, even  though you would lcis3 m& twice "    ���  Then her little lips quive.-r-d with anguish  ind   the   chlld'3   h��.>art swelled With  pain, f  LEWIS THOMSON, ,  ' '     'Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   ano  Insurance Agent.  Money to Loast.  City   Shaving'   Parlor,  CENTRAL 'HOTEL.    , '  1 <-  WESJ.EV C'LIKE, I'i-op. '  ���  ^Moyie, B. C.  F.   W.   FlcrTJJ.^Proju-letor.^ ���  'J'hij�� holol_invnow open (0   the public, juid';ia   well^fun:-  jdh'id.iliroughoui,   None hut i3io best   brands ofj^wines,  iio.'-ior^a^ii-;i:>u^'3:c{ tju stock.        ...  Moyie,  B,  Ct  ���rr   ���     ���      '   - ,1 ��� c   -i   ��� A w'iIle tbo tears ran down the soft little  Unionism    m   unthiug   ii   it   is not cheeks. '  nieanr, to be co-operative.    Union men    ��� He aaw iu thon "i8���"3 a&a.in.:  should remember this and all branches   "^"jy. Susie, you know I was Joking,,  - . -,,,-,,, ,      .     i    Don t cry, little sweetheart, Sue;  pi Organized    labor   should    world   to-   Let me g-et my rpeky-horse and new toy  getherfor  the   advancement  of   their     Anln'l play all'day with you.''   '  own'interests ant] for tho   good  of the j    -  .couii.ip'n causo   of   humanity.      Don't j ^he yeara had passed by all swiftly with  be content with mere being a member  pi a union, but endeavor to cany out  the principles of unionism. Encourage and aspist' 3*0111- fellow toilers of  pvery calling in life,,and above' all, be  true lo-, those who are of'the same  household of faith.���Slocan Drill:  k  jfjfcj f.'4'U  ?: eg. m  ml km  -A ,  i r  V      H  |!i|t:  V    "J5     E id?  t,S  A sensible young lady made tho dy-  ing(  reciuest   to,   her friends:    Do-not  ��� lay me down by the rippling brook-  side lest the babblmg'lovers awake me  from my dream; nor in- the beautiful  pemetery in the valley lest cthe sightseers cooing over epitaphs distract me;  but let my sleen be under the counter  pft the merchants and business men  generally who never advertise. There  Is peace that passeth all understanding and a deep   sleep into  which   the  ,-puoyant footfall rbf youth nor the  -jveury shufllo of eld ago will ever in-  i-rude.  If-*    I F ���'  PA ��l"  W-  'Hi  "I Pi  * yftt'  ft  tr  '(.  ft  !T,wa  f   e&'i  0-vr &-. /  it "& :''  ^ 1 k^m'I'J'l' *  And now the working man with the  .���'full dinner pail" is going to pay dear  for the lunch in I113 pail. The .Chicago packers have put a flat increase of  pue eont per pound on beef, pork and  mutton. By using last year's basis,  this will make an additional income  io the packers of $39,000,000. Choice  cuts have jumped up'o cents more on  the pound. ; The advance by the  packers is more than 10 per cent oa  ihe price of meat than the day before  the election and the advance to the  consumer will average 23 per cent.  The pickers claim they have been selling dre&scd meats at a loss for several  years. Stiange that these packers  have just discovered thet big loss.  Any-chump^can see ihrough.thJs.  their medley of pleasure arid pain,  And.ono day I heard these low love words  in the spot by the shaded lane:  "I. am lonesome," said Bobbie to Susie,  "won't you come and play with me?  I have bullt-us a' house, a pretty new house,  down under the old oak tree,  <Vnd 'tis fixed' all snugly and neatly, 'tis  cozy and cheerful and warm���  If you'll go I'll love you forever and protect and shield you from harm."  a"I am lonesome by myself }n the new house,  And 'tis cozy and cheerful and'warm-  I think you might go and live with me,  Susie,  And I'll lova you and shield you from  harm." " "   ' '  Then vlth woman's perver&eness she answered the lover's pl&a of the man:  "I don't believe I'll go to your new house; I  really don't see hojr.I-cari^ '    '  And your neat, new 'rooms are nothing, if  ��� -they do"look'so cozy and warm;  So I don't think I care to go with you, even  though you would shield rne from  harm." <  Then the man felt tho thrill pf anguish,  the mail's heart swelled with pain;  But she smiled as she looked toward him,  then softly answered again ;  'Why, Robbie, you know I was joking,  I am always your sweetheart true';  '  Lot us set the wedding day, Rofcbie,  And I'll go and live with you." - .  '��� Finis Garrett, in Nashviilo Banner.  LOST FOR  f.uJJ YEARS.' ���  W. F. GHLJRD,  BAKKISXEK, SOMCITOK, E'��C,  ORANBJBOOK, ��� "13. C.  -     O. P.'HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  1,       ' 1  OFFICE���FARRELT;  BLOCK.  MOYIE,      ' "'.British Columbia  James Kerrigan �� Co.  CKAJS-JJfiOOK,    B. C.  FIRST    V-LASST&A COOMM Ol>A TIOSS  MOV IK  iUuiiTMfirKMnaM��ien>ML4Wtf  'ft ' ,    ' - '    ' '  rt(  Wholesale  Grrocers  A NO  w  /l>  JOKJVJSTOM&BIIO'S. ��� ��� %  % Thij^ Hotel is New and well Furnished.   The ?  �� Tables are 'Supplied with,the Best the ;f  Market'affords., The] Bar is Filled with *  the Eest Brands of Liquors and Cigars ^  i>  General Agents,  Homo and   Foreign   Bonded    Ware-  .   houses.'  to  ft  .A)  AGENTS   FOR PABST'3   MILWAUKEE BEER. .  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL    -  'AND jMNXING MEN . '"     " ���  '-���-,,, ���'',-' ���   '��� ���- JtUlT'i.SIl CUMJlllM  '1*  'f.  l-\  ii.  Apply to  F.OE SALE AND RENT  OR  MADE TO ORDER.  M. L. HOLLISTER, Moyie.,  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  1 o '        ^  Cigars, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.;   Etc., -Etc., - Etc.  imwvwmot*.-*  WJ��  B"��  L  JEWELER,]  CORRESPONDENCE  INVITED,  -O-  Jpst received a fine Assortment of aJericien Britannia  silverware.  -?   , Gents'    Furnishings,  Boots,  Shoes,,Hats, Gloves,.Etc,  -o-  p  Hi*?  \ir  I T    L * " t  ; r-"\4  i  1 ��..  Hi-?!   '*  'I tl   .  r  r 1  (' 'i.r, "  1 r    , , ,��V     ?  -    .   V-;     (1   , 'i  -.a  ;" i-  'iif  ��� 11  Word has been received that the  grant for the Diamond Jubilee Hospital of Fort Steele has been increased  from $500 to $750, in addition to which  cf'lOOQ hau been appropriated for the  enlargement of the building.���Fort  tSleele Prospector.  In clipping the above we wish to  say that but veiy few people as yet  know of a hospital existing at Fort"  Steel. The only hospital universally  known I', the tc.-idcuhuf tbii vicinity  and that of Cianbrcok and lov/na we,1;!  of Moyio is tho Minion or St. Eugene  ho.-pital, situited about six miles from  Cranbrook. This hospital, conducted  by the .Sister.-, of Charity, has for a  number of years been a Godhend lo  suflViing humaniiy. Patieutp are received ainiosl daily without question,  but it is not an infnqucnt occurrence  lhat a p.itiont .in unable lo pay ihe  small fee for the nj'-dical and nursing  Utendanee w hioh ilx.y r;eei/e, Tl:cv,'  , ! '��� i\)v< i- :rai!, c:\ "- iv. iii-j 8l.  A. Gffeat Pind oh' the  Highly prizG<i  ' ThocuAliaxt.  Mftrblo.  The quarries from which the ancients  obtained their hig-hly-prized Thessalian  or verd marble have foeen discovered  and are again being worked by an English company, saya the Philadelphia  liecord. The quarries, which have been  lost 'for more than 1,000 years, are in  the neighborhood of .Larissa, in Thes-  ealy, Greece. The ancient workings are  very extensive, there being no fewer  than ten quarries, each producing a  somewhat different description of marble, proving without a doubt that every  variety of this marble found in the  ruined palaces and churches of Rome  and Constantinople and likewise in all  the mosques and museums of tho world  came originally from these quarries.  In fact, the very quarry from which the'  famous monoliths of St. Sophia, Pon-  stantinople, were obtained can be iden-  j tilled  with absolute certainty by the  MOYIE,  B. C,  THE  LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shop.  Opposite   Cosmopolitan    Hotel  W. t. FOISY Prop.  EAST KOOTENAY - BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  COME AND SEE US.  W  Victoria Ave.,' Movn:, Ii  1-Tigh grade movements   in  ;    gold,   gold   Glled   or  silver,  cases. ��� -        c'  W. F. TATE..'  Official Watch Repairer'for   C. P. R  Cranbrook, B. C.   '  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF  CLL AT THE  ���j.i; ��������� l.) ii.-  r.  1  x'j\\"t 21 c  '.<.\.\'n    .--  matrices  from  vyhich they were    extracted. ' '    ' '  In modern times yerd antleo marble  has only been obtainable by the destruction of some ancient ^fvork, and It lias,  naturally, commanded .extraordinarily  high prices,   Aa a consequence, a number of ordinary modern greens of Greek,  French,   Italian  and American origin  h&ye been described and nold as verd  antique marble.   No one, howevfrri who  is really acquainted with the distinctive  eh��r;.<-eter of the g-ei'iiino material could  l/ft-dotx-ived by tue.se inferior darbies.  Theseulian green ia easily distinguished  from any o^her fjreen aoarbioby th->. l'ol-  JoxvJjig characteristics:    It is a "breccia" of angular fragments of light and  dark green, with pure statuary white,  the whole being cemented together with  a brighter g-r^cn, v��hile the- eup-w-vrhite  patches uHimJJy have tlieir edges tinted  off v\1th a dolicate fibrous grecu, radiating to the center of tho white.  The cementing material in also of tho same  fibrous character.  She looked around on the empty bouse  nji'l 1 lit-* empty garden nnd thennereyea  lf-rtcd on Joseph Lawrcnc<\  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens.  ��  gar  J. I. McINTOSH, Pnor.  Queen's Avenjje.  '    ��� ��MOYIE,' B. C.  WM. MILLS, Proprietor.^  Miners   headquarters.     Good   accommodations  for   traveler:  .   ��liquore ^ud cigars kept in ��tock.  Best   wino.-  Lake Shore Addition  MOYIE, B. C.  ���jwuhuawawaimtiwuj ���m.,ati��s*.~Trf * v -'  * "V-"J'J��t'r *   i"*i.j-s ���t.it.*tr-fT^.~v*izs*r^r.mrv  iU-*T-j��~r.*n.rtriAJlr^'SKV  EOH FURNITURE   AND   COMPLETE JKOSEI1-  Furnishings,   Stoves, r Hardware,  Clothing, and Groceries,  Call 011  IT  SSATriilMc,  NELSON,  B. C  \ .  ':< ���  '1 1 i 1. e  ' ������'. I. e ;, : .  ...J'.     ij'-.Mt  - 'I  LlOV-.      J |-(.JS'  '. \. ,'V       i'tl' .-1-  ?.<.!4 for KkK).    Mono;.- t.-> J.tuiu.  I j  Is !<;r -sale in  j'.'.n.i   in    town  t,  r(;  ���ioney Lo loan.    Agent  for Jw.rn   a:  jU  Uj.-.m a. iu j V'id: ..a3 pj���i)o.;.    ila\e olh.'u-   frj-eciaJ  .i:l,   fiom    ilio   f;'mr:.i:M;!,i btrg.ijnu.  p-.blie   f!>..i.i  J,  giv.'. thi iBo.. j7>  ! ort;.i:.,..le   hospital-for   thid purpose..  irowev.-.i-; in cpite of the exiisting ���condition:^ which ahorild be otiierwisc,' tho  ;ov'er:)mV.n(, BCv;;; 1^, i,-,  '..'lore in,;i-���ting ^-;i.-  D. J. Elmor.  nwusn-* 7"- u.tm'm ^vjir^i3M"^smiar>-iurv>i!a  '* '^vzrr-tiUTuxm,  N!>tico (ir 3>i!j.>i��i-tj.|,ii ���f J'ai'tnersliis��i  Notice k hereby Ki'vcn that the Ixirtwerfiiiii.  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R. A. SMITH,     , Moyie,  N'-JX'; noon'io ni..',c;'c.-Mnir '-Uoi\  Assgesmcnt ivorlc Coatraots Taken.,  Parties wishing to have assessment  work done on claims iu tho vicinity of  Moyie, wilhdo well to consult or write  the undersigned for -'terms. Work  loft in my care will be promptly at-  onded to, and satisfaction will be  gnranteed. K. A. SCOTT.  **tJ^* l<u'*i'"p'l^f^,Ptl*J****Jl^,ll.''t''J "*,J,wg^av*af')^':s��M'JWwaigg��o��K.iF*atta��c��iyywi  THE  POST   OFFICE T  DIIUG  AND   STATJ0NEKY STORE.  Patent medicines, toilet  articles, oflice btalioncry  and school  pupplica. . . .  L):ni��no LnsKAiiY : Jf you want a booh  ask for it and it will bo procured IV  you without delay.  l'T i'AVii TO lyy.At, WIXIJ  HOPE & BEATTIE,  A   B<  OB  ^MnVitr  s-.rfp  Agent- for   the  Hamilton. J'owder  Company,   and   Hhorrin  Williams'p.  in:  >tt"* �������f��i'*w,wwrfcw *-n��"��  1      ill  0    0  r c\'  MOYIE B. O.  ;*m) iy.ui^^isi;..  tiCvm;, };, c  ��� *C1^; n-*  (���������V^^ l"��"4 J5j'-l ijT,�� t  ;ovcr:is;uTit txw-1st to f;rant   tlie   "RVt i , ""^'���"���"-"������^ K'von tnat the jxtflwershli.  lU')L ' -PH-1 v.-J.. .\;hilG tne bl.j^ho.el koelier8 uufete aiDMlvil!  j ugc-ne Jioqnfat ia not granted one,1 arui-'h'"' '^ Maciceuziu <* i-'uiimaiiafcMovJc, e, c  ���'ollar. It h a shame and ah i;V-n0^-! h,1fi^e'1 ,his ��'��>' disoivcn by mutual cousent.'  ],.,���    r^'fi   .' ,   ,. ���    i>'���>���>��� ���;    All dubts ov.-jds lo t.ho Sfud ���partiicirslilp fire if:  lion   on   the   -part   of thegovemmeut j be,>hMI>y* ; a. M^K.n.ioni .Moyie! BC, ailS  p.'wardi ��� riio. f.iiator!?, and a gross m.  juytiec'to the tax payers who pay- suf-  Jieiently for the taking care of the  p'Oor of the district.  all claims a-nhisttlju sn.i.3 i,yrtricrslii|, .u-to'be  (..i'ow.>utef.l to Uui .said K. a. McKcuzie.bv whom  Ux; swhc will be sc-Uled.  Dulod atCMoyir:, It. C, this, 1st dny of Octobur."  A.D.1U0.0, N. A.Macpenzic,; ������   ���    .  3-20   ���;��� KrcUPulliinim.-'  'V.  A'r-   /-'���-s.   ^        /'  Ar,e How Open and Ready jP'or  Business With a Fall Liiie (^  Staple and Fancy  ..'.'.,  .   ���"'.. ..-^'   ..���/> ,��.:..^;jj;.�����  ...   Jtit�� J5'."4l3tV^aVoi  vi OH  -1-'! hi\ ill U  i'J  flU [���' I t '''<" l  .Tropin' _  CosittOVOUiAN.  r HOTEt.  I ..      '  ^  ��������� ������'������   ������������'���  Tli.:   o.iiy   hotii,'.    ],i    .'.,. i     !-. 1, .. tJiU  ,Fji-;;i chiM'Jn every ���r^ipoot." lipcoial  rales' 'to. boarders. (;<ood fjamplo j|.Om  for commercial men'.  European, plan.    Open d;;y>ad n)</)A  * ���  . '  ��� 1  V^u 4 .^^.,M*m',  t   "��*i*.**" it.- *. r '."'.*-. ,A*i.i*r."iM��  CRANBROOir,  "R n   b  '/_rf��i^_TAfTsfe_v^ ii'sr.rfju^zjrfz: j^s^LxiXi^ .'^/ ^z_v^-ife.^7 i-^.��^.s^-i^6dS^  ^ .^  ffe'Mr  cr-H rr; 14  n ft H  6*3 fl  ft  '%$.  "A    P i l  fHa fir; !���:���:';  fr.^  JJ  *:r:"ii.,eb' #%/:i:ks..o ^.^'^->';  . NELSON.  nmtif -n4V%'  ft,-]  hi  1^  to l"'1*  *N  ra  *-��  MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  aN unlucky hare.  Co"-'*  (Cory  . Hare  r-jj Tell*   tho   Children   an   Ii��-  lght, VM. by C. Si. Lewis.]  v,lio was safely  costing in  one  day   received   a  call  k��r liurroiv  the l-'ox. who invited her to come  t [rei-1  f Gil i,r  .���r;ut y��u  t,t re  i walk  with him.  u-ilJ <<at me," protested the  '     MEN^OF MARK.  "Ul   understanding u  word  ii  fc'uago.  .VL'iiseii?c  I  et notldii  >!    It  is true that  I  Lave  ,,., Hares, hut it wns only when I  (3' "      ��i.t..�� f-jso.    I pledge you  (OUl�� J  ' :<ski��C  r>.!tV<  13.' !'J  f���  ���ZHKJ-O.Y. A.V0 TWBJJAUK,  rv ivyr-1 -ii��ji to harm you.    You must  iluit it wfli ho a feather in 3'our  !v m'i-is'.walking with' me."-'  'i!,.- H-iii"  !n'rti(jilod   for awhile, ..but  . !iu;o out. and tho two'.walked  [,v:iy!iil:��'ii�� r. hut they hud noi gone  |/;r ul.tai   lacy   heard   the   baying,, of  I llvr'"'- - r,  !!ii's  that?**  asked  the  Hare as  jj. >.|fi|i|ii'd to listen.  inn soi'j'y to say that the dogs are  ftfti-r jf.ti."   replied Jim . Fox.   'Tcu'd  \i\uv take off, through   tlie brush at  \W\.'"   ���  ,A<,'i!!' II.'ire flew through the forest  tbe I\jx l*i-l himself In a hrush heap.  | ��2il nhi-n the hounds-came up they  [d!r,v,i'il'��ti after thojlare.aud caught  �����<1 killed In-r.    ' "    '  jlorai.-WIint you win nt .policy you  jre bine to drop at poker:   ���__ M. OnAT>.  Crwn Coy I on  and  India Tea  which  lis now l"-iiiir introduced into Canada,  [in the well  known  packages  of    the  "S:U..ihA"  Tea  Company,  has'   got  M-se great advantage over Japan tea;  to! that is,  while, it is  of the samo  1 iivor   and    the same   light coloring  I5pr. u is Viiry much stronger and  lojlutfly  ' free   from,   adulteration,  fr-:h' practically no Japan. Tea    is.  Fijlon Crecn Tea is sold  in the sen.1-  fdL.-ad  Packets   of ' tho ."SALADA"  j fa .Company  lind   is     always1 fresh  fed fragrant as well as healthful.  ���n        ���       [l��ul'l'.lii has.btarled n new  enterprise.    He fs trying lo or^mi e the  Australian   wine  trade  with  a   view   to  j��rosSi,,ff the colp���i���I wim,s ���u the Brit  i.s!J public as"JiC did theOyion teas  1 resident McKinley �� a lover of chens  JJjmie with which he frequently fuiiii^  liiiiist-Jf. . lie is an expert at all chess  prob e,���8 and believe.s firmly in tho ^  uioug[;t.game as u iraiaias tw ^  John D. Rockefeller, the Standard Oil  magnate, was interviewed the oilier dav  on vacations in the abstract. "Tbeonly  way for a rich man to enjov one," he  said, 'is for him to forget completely that  he is,rich."  Newport, 0., has furnished the champion eater.    Jic is Jack Itarrc, and at a  recent sitting he ate and drank six howls  of   chicken   soup,   two   Bpriu��   chickens,  two loaves of bread, six raw onions, four  quarts of beer and three pounds of fihh.  General   Strjelbirzky,   the  greatest  of  Kusswin   ^co^fu pliers,   "died   recently   nt  the npo of 7(J years.    IIjs "Measurements  of the Surface of the IMssian Kmpiiv"'is  n-jt  only  the  standard   for all   maps' of  liiiriRia, but (has been a model for oilier  works In that department of geography.  Gould I>. Dh-tz 0f Omaha and the late  C.   1*. , Huntington   beffnn   regular   business together In 1S1.-5, vvho.n"the hitter liad  saved $l,fi(jy from his earnings as n peddler.     JTuutiupton   was   then   a   man   of  woiiderfu!:,.streugth and would often lift  into n  wagon  a barrel 'of salt weighing  -300 pound*.  Lord Roberts never learned the' art of  dictating his dispatches and always has  to write them out with his own baud:  His writiuK is, moreover, so very 'had  that it can be read only by his aid, to  whose lot it consequently falls to "translate" the orders , into characters more  readily decipherable.  Senator Morgan says that he is in better health now than he has been for ten  years past and indignantly resents any  intimation that he i.s getting feeble,  though he Is indeed slowly losing weight,  and- his voice 'is weak, lie is now 7(J  years old, but his, friends say be will  stay in tho senate until he Is S3.  Field Marshal Count Blumenthnl, the  distinguished chief'of tho late Emperor,  Frederick's general staff during the Austrian and French wars, celebrated his  ninetieth birthday on July 20. lie and  the king of'Saxony are the only oiliccrs  of the Cennnny (��nny of exalted rank  still niivo of those who took part in the  Franco-German war. ,      '  - Mr. Ynmada, a young judge of Japan  and a friend of the Japanese minister at  ���Washington, is making his home tempo;  rarily nt Philadelphia. lie was the first  native Japanese to join the Society of'  Friends in .Tokyo, where n number of  Philadelphia Quakers'opened �� a school  some years ago. While, in Philadelphia  Judge Ynmada will study American legal  methods in the Philadelphia ,courts" and  the University of Pennsylvania.  m'lady,   there's  Jfo .lokfc la That.  "'You Aiiit'i-icaiiK," said the London  young man as be stopped sucking his  eane, "are always insinuating that we  Englishmen don't know what 'a real  joke i.s. Xi>\v, just hold your sides  while I go over this one which 1 read  in a home paper a week ago:  "���The Countess��� M'Jord, you were at  the grand dinner last niylit, were you  not? Just awhile ago I heard one of  those vulvar Americans make ihe remark that this morning you had a big  head. _    * ,  ���"The   Duke-Hut '  nothing in It.' "  The, American looked as sober as a  criminal court judge.  "Well?" lie asked. , ���   '   .  "Don't you sec," explained the disgusted Britisher, poking the'other iu  the ribs with his cane, "the countess  says some one accused her companion  (ha!j of having a big head (ha, ha!), and  he declares (p-ah, ha!) there's nothing  In It!"  "Yes, but"-!-',  "Blarsted idiocy, hut what?"  "Her companion was a duke."  "Yes."  "And not any different from the rest  of the English nobility V','  "NTo., Rut the jok'o. the joke! It is so  adroitly put. In apparent inadvertence  (desperately) the duke admits there is  nothing-In Ids head!  Now. do yon sec?"  "Well. It's a little strange that the  duke could make such a Trank and candid .admission, bo'���where does the  joke come In?"-   ,  THE CYNIC.  Somo women always spoil their husband's jokes.  A sick old person is harder to inanago  than a sick child.  When we tell a man a good story, we  have noticed that is reminds Mia of ��  mighty poor one.  Don't be too enthusiastic over the peo  plo you admire, or you will make every  one else Lato them.  There is more nonsense tinder the head  of "literature" than any other head we  know anything about.   ���  Tho most worthless young man flnaVy  becomes a father and tells his son how  hard he worked when he was young.  Pronounced Incurable.  THE    STOET   OF   MRS.    AGNES  FOEAN  OF  HALIFAX  I'"oI!oTTUig J*ifi;unuiatioH of the JLttnjjs a  Seier�� Cou^-ii Si-t in and JIoj- J><;ctor  Said 11 r Case Was Uoj.eli -,s,~ Ij r. Williams' I'iult   1'illr, U.ivu   Kcsturt-d itor  O. 0. RICHARDS, & CO.  Bear Sirs,���1 have great faith in MIN"-  ARD'S LINIMENT,, as last year I  cured a horie of Ring-hone; with five  bottles.  - It blisteied the horse but in a month  thoie was no ring-bene and no lameness. DANIEL MURCHISON.  Pour Falls, N.B.  CHICAGO AND THE CENSUS.  flu1 rasliionable One���Just think,  U? lui.-liaiid .proposes to take me' to  [E;<iin to s-ee the next solar eclipse, and  Hsvi'ift the faintest notion what the  [crle for a solar' eclipse toilet should  .A LIFE SAVED.���Mr. James Bryson,  tocrtdi, states: "I was confined to my bed  ��� inflammation ot tho lungs, and was  pen tip by tho physicians. A neighbor nd-  Jwi me to try Dr Thomas' Eclectric Oil,  feting that his wife had used it for a throat  TOblu ��ith the best - results. Acting on his  U"ce I procured tho medicine, and less  ���^n a half bottle cured mo; I certainly bo-  ���]l wed my life. It was with reluctance  ��lIcousontod to n trial, as I was reduced  | "Kichastato that I doubled tho power of  "Jtoiritdy to do mo any good.  A "Wornnu'H  Waj-.  "y noxt   door   neighbor   has   just  "Wil a hat exactly like mine."  "���y'ly, that was iu poor tnsto!"  'b's, hvit I didn't say anything about  1 -simply gave m'ne to my cook."���  1-:  K-.i-l  I   ''"  Ml* Iti'ric-emliiK Quality.  -'������-You were begging on the public  yet  you   had   $120  iu   your  ;!!i,  i    Yes, jedge,  I  may not  be ns  - -I1- Minie.  yer honor, but   I'm  '      Yew   York   Weeklv.  ��� is Rheumatism of the back.  I The cause is Uric Acid  in the blood. If tho kidneys did their work there  would be no'lJric Acid and  no Lumbago. Make the  kidneys do their work. The  sure, po.sittvo and only  cure for Lumbago ia  Chicago wants to be "censused" again.  Would a ratio of about 10 to 1'satisfy  her���ton counts to one inhabitant?���Boston Traveler.  It will, now be in order for Chicago to  adjust its much advertised mortnlicy rate  o its new population figures.���Milwaukee Sentinel. ,  In bitter disgust Chicngo admits that  ot the present rate of growth it will take  hor 30 years to pass Greater New York.  ��� Detroit Tribune.  By   the   late   federal   census   Chicngo  ranks fifth among the cities of the world  in point of nonuli't'ou. In energy it L*  the first.  Chicago ought'to tie well satisfied wun  the census returns in her own case. A  growth of 54.44 per con*" is not to be  sneezed at.  The World's fair city should have prepared for tho enumerator by annexing  St. Louis and Miiwo,ike�� before the  count was made.-  So far Chicago is the banner city of  the country regarding increase in population. Before the Chicngo figures were  given out Buffalo led. with 40 per cent  increase in population. It seems the cities by the great lakes are drawing on the  rest   of   'he   ?n��iitrv   rather   heavily.  Another Odtoaa   Comi>ari��on.  - lie���A live donkey; you know, is better  than n dead lion.  She���Yes.    '  He���Why are you looking around in  that way?  She���I'm looking for the dead lion thnt  made the comparison pop into your mind.  ���Chicago Times-Herald.  Anecdotes of Bvarli,  One summer when William M. Evarts  was nt his country home'in Windsor,  Vt, n fanner,who had followed his political career in the newspapers" for  many years was extremely anxious to  see him in the flesh and drove IS miles  Into town in order to catch'a glimpse  of his Idol.  Senator Evarts at that time was being entertained constantly, dining out  "inmost every night, and as he drove out  of his grounds to an appointment one  evening the farmer was lying hi wait  for him in the'road: The latter, seeing  the pale, ascetic face and meager form  of the, famous statesman, .was'disappointed.  "Well, 1 declare," be exclaimed.'  "looks ns if he'd* always boarded!"  An Impromptu riddle is attributed to  him here at his country place. One  day in,presiding nt table with a swarm  of grandchildren about lii'iii he asked.  "What is the difference between this  goose before dinner and me after?"  ..After much futile guessing'he said in  quiet glee:  "Now the goose is.stuffed with sage,  end then the sage,"-pointing to himself,  "will'be stuffed with goose."��� Home  Journal.       -     THE COOKBOOK.  How's This?    ', .���  <  We ofl'pr On.- iliindied Dollars Reward for  '","������;..'���,l'*0 of Csairih that cannot he cured by  Hah'd Catarrh Cuie.  F �����. CHENEY & CO., Props , T.oledo, O.  "��. tlie urider-'giied, have .Known P. J.  Ux-neyXor the last 15 yenn. and believe ..liiin  IHi-iectly honorable in an business trariinictlons,  n.:id im nclally nblj o carry out any obligation  ma.:e by their firm. ,  WWST& Thuax.W hole=<ale Drt-pgists.Toledo.OJ  YV-At.wiko.    Kin.-on   &   Mahvin,   Wholesale  Druggets, Tclerfo, O.  Halls Catarrh Cure is tnkcn'intcrnally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface* of th�� system. Price, 7.1c. ptr bottle. Sold  by all druggets.   Testimonials free  Hall's Family Pills are the be-t. ,    '.  Finiineinl.  "Mother, ho-w big must I grow to be in  a bank, like uncle?" asked the small boy.  "Not very much, ".said his father, "for  I often seen in the papers that cashiers  are short. 7���Spokane Spokesman-Review  The largest tree in the eastern hemisphere if not In the world is a monster  chestnut standing at the foot of Mount  .3Stn<v The circumference of the main  trunk at 60 feet from the ground is 213  feet. , .   Russian battle songs, are written in  minor keys, and instead of being' brilliantly martial are sad, telling of the soldier' i fate.  Dip slices of stale bread in milk, then  in beaten egg; fry in hot lard till well  'browned, and after buttering' sprinkle  with sugar and a little cinnamon. Nice  for tea or breakfast.  Molds in which blancmanges are to  be put should be wet to insure their easy  turning out. On the otherhaud, In those  to be used for jelly no' water should go,  as it-will crack th* jelly.   -  Jelly keeps better if hot paraffin  poured over each tumblerful after it has  "set" than if paper covered. The paraffin can be washed when removed, and  kept to be melted over again next year.  Some persons have periodical attacks ot  Canadian cholera, dysentery or diarrhoea,  and ha^e to use great precautions to avoid  the disease, Change of water, cooking and  green fruit is sure to-bring on the attacks.  To such persons we would recommend Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial as being  the best medicine in the market for ah summer complaints. If a few drops are taken  iu water when the symptoms are noticed no  further trouble will be experienced.  WAVES OF WATER.  The river Obi, in Siberia, is navigable  for more-than 10,000 miles.  Round the coast of England tlie son is  wannest iu August and September and  eoldest in April.  Lake Morat, in Switzerland, has the  curious property of turning red ever\  ten years owing to the presence of err  tain aquatic plants which are not" knowr  In any other lake in the world.  ritrnl AccouipHslimcxila.  A now boy had moved into tho neighborhood, U.0 was sitting on tho lino fence  that separated his particular back yard  from tho yard pertaining to tho uext door  neighbor and was proceeding to cultivate  tho acquaintance of tho next door neigh  bor's boy.  "I've gono through grammcr school,'  ho saicL   "I can do every sum in tho mental arithmetic, and  I .always  got- a hundred mark in ray history and geography.'  " We-11," responded tho other boy, thrusting one his lower jaWj/'Icon niovo my  oars, and you can't."-  A newridea in sleeves for your cloth  gown is an. absolutely '"tight fitting  sleeve cf velvet, and a short oversleeve  of cloth falling from the shoulder nearly to-the elbow. It is quite as plain as  the one underneath, but looser to show  that ir is separate, and trimmed with  fur.  Tho hew straw hats for spring are in  the silk and crinoline effects in wide  plaits, which are mounted like velvet  on a tulle and wire frame. Flowers-and  narrow ruches of chiiton are tho promised trimmings for tho toques, which  are to be somewhat smaller in size and  trimmed high on one side.  HOW TO CURE HEADACHE.���Some  people suffer untold misery day after day  with Headache. There is rest neither day or  night until the nerves are all unstrung. The  cause is generally a disordered stomach, and  a cure can be effected by using Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, containing Mandrake and  Dandelion, Mr. Finley, Wark. Lysander,  P. Q., writes: "I find Parmelee's Pills a  first-class article for Bilious Headache."  At the TSaiiqnet.  First Microbe���Are you going to the  banquet this evening?  Second Do.���Of course I am, and. so  must you. They are going to pass, a loving cup, and it will he (h<�� chance of ou^  ives.  F THE BRAIN AND NERVES  Lead to Melancholia, Prostration, Exhaustion, Insanity  or Paralysis-Dr. Chase's Nerve Food (Pills) Prevents These Dreadful Results.  u tithe  the  iufluenc-  througl:  channchs-tlio  and  i  s  di-  As tlie heart sends.,out the blood  to nourish and sustain the body, so  (iocs'the brain transmit through the  nerve' fibres the" nerve force, .or  e'rgv,\. which directly controls  movements, tlie functions and  very life of each and every organ  ���The nodv ' of man ' can' be  cd in health or. dison.se only through  tin1, medium of two  blood and -the nerves  through these ' channels that ur  Chase's Nerve Food (pills) has such  a ���marvellous power in uprooting  sense,   and     re-vitalizing   the   wasted  tissues. '     ;   i; ,   ' ''      '������,..  The feeble cells arc aroused to noy.  vigor,   and   new  life   and   energy  instilled     into   them   by  brent blood' build.ir and nerve rf}f-  laive Dr- Chase's Nerve,Food  (pills  Headache, loss of memory, tired  brain, and inability t.e- .concentrate  the mind are symptoms of diseased  brain.' Lack of nerve force  irol the digestive system loads  digestion, nervous dyspep*"1  regular action of  and bowels  ness,  and   irrita  is  this  to  conto, in-  and  ir-  tho   kidneys,   liver  nervousness,   sleeploss-  hilitv  are; other  indi-  ilown nervous  cations   of a breaking  '^No'disoases an> so didlcult to euro  aa are  those of the nervous system,  and though Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  (pills) is the.,'most' successful treatment ever prescribed, it.'.takes ��� time  and regular and persistent use to effect a thorough and lasting cure. Bo  patient and the/gradual upbuilding  effect of this., wonderful nerve restorative 'will"' make you strong' and  well.   .���"���''������"  JI r. Joseph G-eroux, '22 Itfelcalfst,,-  Ottawa, Ont., writes: "I was ner-  ous, had headache'and brain fag. 'I  was restless at night and could not!  sleep. Sly appetite was poor, and I  suffered from nervous dyspepsia. Little business cares, worried and irritated inc. After having used Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food for about two  months, I can frankly say that I feel  like  a new man.  '"My appetite is good, I rest and  sleep 'well, and this treatment has  sfrengthunod me wonderfully. , Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food (pills) are certainly 'tho best I ever used, and I  say so because I want to give full  credit  where  it  is  due.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food (pills) 50  cents a'box, nt all dealers, or Ed-,  manson, Hates & Co., Toronto. Imitators do not dare to reproduce the  portrait, anil signature of Dr. A. W.  Chase, which aro found on every box  of tho genuine.  Though Stephen Crane is said to have  died poor, he left books anil manuscripts  that 'will iii time be of considerable value  His will has lately, been probated in Rnur,  laud. Mr. Crane's brother. Mr. William  Howe Crane of fort .Jervis, Is. Y., ha.;  Ivet'ii named as executor  Tho proprietors of Parmelee's Pills are  constantly receiring letters similar to the  following, which explains itself: Mr. John  A. Beam, Waterloo, Ont., writes: "I never  used any medicine thatcancqual Parmelee's  Pills for Dyspepsia or\Livor and Kidney  Complaints. The relief experienced after  using them vas wonderful." As a safe family medicine Parmelee's Vegetable Pills can  be given in all cases requiring a cathartic.  .^aseaa^a^^.^frsas-^^ss.-v  From the Recorder, Halifax,' N.S.'  Mxs.   Agnes   Porun,   w>.o  rr-sides   at  21,  Agricola    street,   Halifax,   N.   S.,  tells  a wonderful  story  of  her  complete  restoration  to  health;    after    a  protracted   and   distressing  period   of  extreme illness, and    she    attributes  her    present     happy  condition  under  Providence,   to tlie marvellous  qualities    of    J)r.     Williams' .Pink    Tills.  >7heri Mrs. Poran was called upon by  a representative "of the  Acadion   Ite-  corder',, who   stated  his'mission,   she  cordially welcomed him to her pleasant home,    where  in  the- presence, of  her mother and sister, she freely told  the story   of iter   sickness  and  recovery.   She'said:    '"A few years ago    I  suffered a severe attack, of inflammation 'of  the -kings,  and  was attended  by one of the  best physicians in the  city.     I pulled  through but was left  a complete:    wreck,   so  that I  could  not  do   any   work,   sull'oring    all   the  time  from   palpitation   of   the   heart,  nervous    prostration,   and   a  ringing  sound in my head.   I also had a distressing     cough,    and,for months     I  never  knew  what  it was to  have a  good     night's  rest.   For  ' two years  my, lifea was  a perfect misery  to  me  and under the doctor's orders 1 took  emulsion  till I .was  nauseated     with  the    sight  of  it  but  all  to no  purpose.    ' My life was despaired  of   by  all my friends  who .were assured  by  the doctor that my case was beyond  the reach of human'skill.   I was visited by the clergy of my church and  Sisters   of   Charity,   who   were ivery  kind     and    sympathetic    and. looked  upon me as  one whose earthly " race  was about run.  I'experimented with  all  sorts   of  remedies  for <my  cough,  but without avail.      My druggist at  last,advised  me to try-Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.    Being fairly discouraged,  nevertheless I was persuaded to make  the trial,   when  to  the  surprise    and  joy of myself,    family and   friends, I  began to get better, and by the time  I had   taken  seven   or  eight   boxes  I  was   as   well   as  you  see  me  now,'v  and   she   laughingly  added,   "1   think  you   will    admit,that    I   don't  look  much    like   a    sick     woman."      Her  mother,  who had been    listening   to  the tale of her daughter's .long illness  added:    "It just seems like a dream  lo  us all  that Ave once  despaired  of  her life,  when  wc now  sec her     the  pink of health."  Mrs. Foran said that -when on a  visit to England about a year ago  she contracted a heavy cold and was  threatened, .with a" return of. her  cough, but she at once got some ��of  the pills, and by. the time she had  reached New. York she was as well  as ever again. - She related a number  of instances in which she had'advised,  persons suffering from. chronic "coin-  plaints to take Dr. Williams'o Pink  Pills'-and always with the best results. She mentioned particularly a  niece of hers living in Boston who  was run down and in a wretched  condition of health, but was now a  healthy young woman who owed the  fact to the use of the'pills. When  the reporter. was taking his leave  Mrs. Foran said: "I am very glad to  have the opporuinity to testify what  Dr. Williams' Pink,Pills have, done  for me -and you can say that t shall  never ceo.se to sound their pra'scs,  and 1 bless the good Lord that they  were placed in my way at a time  when I had not the hope that I  could, live."  I A   "TffKfvANA  " RELIANCE  CIGAR  L,rV      lUOUAna,     FACTORY, Montreal  Kost  aien   Wonld   Want 91,000.  ".What are your thoughts," a.skeu one  of the visitors at the summer garden,  "when you are whirling through the  air in making that av\ ful dive to the  tank belowV  "I always think I ought to be getting  about $750 a week' for doing It," re-  plied the high diver.���Chicago Tribune.  Ill-fitting bopla and shoes cause corns.  Holloway's Corn Cure is the article to use.  Get a bottle at once and cure your corns.  r��it.  Nimrod���Pat, did you ever catch frogs?  Pat���Faith.' anOi did. sir.  Nimrod ���What did you bait with?  o Pat��� Begorry,   Oi   hate   'em    with    a  ^thick.  SnrcnHtlc.  First_Actor���Many a time my poor old  father implored me not to become an actor.  Second. Actor���Don't worry,, old mjiu;  you didn'L   '  An   English  statistician .declares   that  crime,   considered   in 'decennial   porinds,'  '���ears a constant rchition to, population. '',  If your children are troubled with wornis-  ve them Mother Graves' Worm Extermi.  nator;safe, sure, and ellectual.   Try it, ana  mark the improvement in your child.  gi  Not  Tlmt  Kind.  '�� "So John Is at college?",  "Yes."  -  "i suppose, then, he's busy sowing his  wild oats':"  "No: John 's at op agricultural college."  HOTEL BALMORAL,^^e0aap.  Free Bus. Am.  12. P.SLOOea.1  A Domestic nunenHy.  Mrs.   Brush���Wretch!   A  blond  hair  on your coat, and I'm a brunette!  The "Only Printers' - Supply  House in the Northwest  Gentle Mildred.  Fair Mildred has a tender heart;'  It makes her sad to.sco .  Bad boys espy tlie birdio's nest .  And tear it from the tree.  Yet while she sorrows for the bird  Tho solemn truth is that  Bho always lias u wing or two  Affixed unto her hat.  ' '      Fair Mildred has a tender heart;  Sho says tho butcher .who  Would slay a little i-.alflo must  Ee cruiil through and through.  Tct while she c-lndus tho butcher and  Abhors his cruel steel  Bwuet Mildred, tender, past compare.  '   * '  Is very fond of veal.'   ^J - Chicngo .News.  MLKARD'S LINIMENT Cures Dandrnff..  We keep a large Stock always on hand of  TYPE, PRINTERS' MATERIAL, and of  PRINTERS' MACHINERY: we can.ntout.  Daily or .Weekly Papers or Job Outfits 'on a  few hours;.notice. We also supply READ5T-  PRINTS, STEREO-PLATES, and  PAPER,- AND - CARD - STOCK  % EVERYTHING FOR THE PRINTER. %  Practical.  "I despise a pnu-r"u-al joker." said the  woman iu a pink bonnet.  "That is the only kind of joking- that  pays." responded the woman in a sailor  hat.  Pho was the wife of a professional humorist and was therefore qualified to  speak   with   authority  ou  the  subject.-  TORONTO TYPE FOUIDRY CO,, Limitei,  175 Oweu Street, "Winnipeg.  } NIO'NEY^.*&.   |  "t" To Loan on improved farms at cur-   ?.  * rent rates.   Write to                           -f:  T XAKKS, KOltlSSOX &   BLACK,       ?,  _��. WIN'JflPEG,   MAN.                                 J-  ���������-^-������^-���-^-.���-^-.���-^-.0-|~ ������-^-������-^-���-|~��'-f"��"^-'  Instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted. Fine catalogue  60) illustrations mailed free. Write us for anything1 la Munlc or MusW-iil Instruments.  Whaley Royce & Co., ^ftfeEi.  Miuard's -Liniment Cures Burns, "Etc.  I BANKERS AND <  I BROKERS. ... J  4 ������.���'.���''������     ��� .' '.   " \i  I 362 MAIN ST.V WINNIPEG |  ! ���;.'\'^" >;'       '.J  * Stocks and -bonds bought, sold and )J  JJy carried   on  margin.    Listed  ������ y|  ^\ mining stocks carried vi  Wouldn't   'I'!i!��  Can   Vouf      '  domestic   sweets   preserved   in   family  iat'S... are    often    very    bitter.���-Winona  Lake dud.) Assembly Review.  He.DUlri't  Knotr.  She���-now did yon come to -marry a  widow?  ��� Ko~Sue asked him why he didn't  marry, and 'he."thoughtlessly' replied  that he didn't have 'to.-Hmart Set.   '  t^MiMi^^  BROKERS, ETC.,        $  4i Dominion Bank Bui/ding, Winnipeg >  4 ���     '     . ���   I    ��  Money lent at lowest rates. t^  Stocks and bonds bought mid sold, \3*  Railway and other farm lands in (;���  Manitoba and if. W. T. for sale. ^  'Milpa and  folders sent on applica- x&  lion. '    r  &     Gait coal from Lethbridge. w  <J     Prices quoted to all railway points.   ���?��  V#*'��*V???VV*V^*W^VV-?  MIMBD'S LINIMEKT Relieves .Nenralgla.   ���������  Clever System.  Jinx���Hello!     What's  the  matter  this  moraine? . j  Thins���Nothing.    Why?  Jinx���You're wearing a very mournful  erpression.  ��� Thins���Oh, I'm just assuming ��� that.  It's part of my system of memonies.  My wife commissioned- me to buv her  Bomo sadirons today.  The day or the fivl bet has returned,  and the talcs .of tlV bets.and the hnftors  will bo thrust upon a patient public till  ���election day.  ben-  HOARD'S LIKIMENT for Sale Ererjrto.  Manufactured by XHOS. LEE, Winnipeg.  ,  OXYDOKTOR.!  (Trade Mark Registered November 21,1890.)  Dr. Sanche agrees to take Instruments  back  af half price If parties using them are not'  eflited after.uslng for five, wc'iks.  F. Free, Winnie g, sr.ys: I have used "Oxyd-  pnor" for tivn weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Head, fend I feel   Ike a noiv man.  .   3Irs. F. L. Cool.-, Winnipeg, says:   Ihadsuf-.  fered.untold agonies from Bnglit's Disease, and  it relieved me of Pain, and i i s:x weeks I was  cured.  Mr. W. G. Ellworthv, Winnipeg, says: I have  si:2\j ed for (ii years with articular 1 luminal ism;  ���vr.ts in hospital for 5 weeks,! and used almost  every remedy, including mesmerism galv-aa- ���'  ism, electric "belt; etc T have used Oxjdoiidr  10 daVs and received more benefit than from  any thin r else.  Mrs. Qngacr. Winnipeg, gays: I have used It  beneficially with ray family whenever sick,  and it has cured hie ofsovcre iviligesiion arid la  grippe.  Sub-dealers wanted in every district. Address  Wm. T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  Catholic Prayer SS^iS'SS:  ulors, Religious Pictures. SUtuary, and Chunch  Oroamen ts, Educational Works. Mail orders receive prompt attention. J 4 J, SadU8r&C0.,fiOlltIfflJ  W. N. U.   294  :his  rhe  ,-  ave  \t  rou  ��� *i  1      "��,  ���  ��� ' I  ���  1  me,  v *  not  ired  ued  nil  1 at  win  ted  fou  tnd  >ent  'nt  ���cl-  In-  as  ',  ed  '    ho  , es  P-  "   id  ',   da  'li-  \ ;-y '  " / u^  M:'  )U  It  er  ir  )o  ,w  X  ��� Iff v  .d  Dt  a  O  3-  't,  3C  ���'   l-  ���^  tSSSSSSsmimssaMa^'^ -'    if SsCP' -  .'*-3>f..��-  VJ #-.   ,  ��� A'T.- f-'k '  !��#��;  ^:M':  ^.'.Pf'J';." ���"'  I?;:**1 #-:���������  '- ,i;s2fc-*.  i�� -T'ii-a s i*'i  |r'a' ll��, Vj.-r>.  . .,    ���}:tt-*-.i- ;. r  1 '-^      A    ���    ,'*  i   r>       *l ���   f  i     t,-     to'TH  11. 1...  '������' i'.V. , -  'i T '<i,' i- I  I .'   I ��.,-.  .; i -?; ,-. ��:  '���i'i-~ '> ^ Or l''  . "Ifs  'h. 'if, ,-    'I  !ef���-'��'''''I- ��1  IJ-i  Mjntl  r   ''[!-i WW]  !*.f  #U  '���'rii'.'iijvj  if.*-'iVS"'J  I''!'. ^f-|!r  I?, tfA.i|i>;^  ^ -'��� JV'rH1" ���;  v-    ;1'J   tfij.hfj.  'J>,t if, j'H'ftv:  ',?   i i;' f S'fcli  14-f M*i  i ' I'^.t  , ���     :   si' �����   '��  r-; :i  *.   ' ii' ��� }f *" *  fit-( sTS; I  Ill ?K  1/ III  u  mi  >r  If-' r -i, jv. vr 11  [  '" '^W :.'  '.i f.i-1 hi '-J  l''--ii,..:i  1 ���* '?��'f,f<j>.  t gSrS^jwjm��SE?��^3a��'Ts:��*Mfe^^  oaiMnvw  ^fy^^^aassser^ji^aaer^a^gi^  taaKV=a=aas.v��:  r7n^sc^i^parj��-it��jat8��ng��3^  hi    (Jrai'Liook  o  wiulavi    stable  h  ir-  LOCAL   NEWS.  ---i^o?i(ic-niail loto SlL;5 for sale.. See  >!,'.;. Klmo'r.  A. 1'. Clark was: in   lo-i   Steele  the  :"-:' t ol ihe week.  1).   J.   Elmer'  was  , '.IburKiay anil Friday.  -���For   rciit.    Good  ..'*].-;,'.y to p. .1. JOIhier.  ���Ilcr.se aod lot for .sale   vt  :?aio.    Ajiply lo I). J. Elmer.  Wilbur Burton, of Ciaubrook was in  1*0wn the fore pari of the week.  Dr. King of Crunbrook was in town  jlMHirsday on professional business.  Tak'e a look v.-- tho fine now stock of  groceries at R��id', Camphell ifc Cos'  Mr. and 'Mrs. W. T.  Reiil - of Oran-  ��� Srook were overdo Moyie Wednesday.  ;^'frs. Tteid came to take   part   in    the  -, ^entertainment given that eveniug and  ���iwas of great assistance.  Thos. Keiinedy and D. C. Drain  ��� ^'riavo consolidated their.; interests in  ,'t'he Aluminum' arid Ellen claims on  t'Palmer's���bar and have two men . employed doing development work. Eroni  iill acoonnta they have a valuable  -property.  J. E. Angers and Miss Anna Alexander were united in marriage at the  homo of Mrs. Doig last Sunday even-  ���ing'by the Itev. G. 13. Gregg. 0 They  Are making their borne in tho Lake  sSbore addition. The Leader extends  Congratulations.   ������  H. I'lil^rd'of 'di'.itfoll U putting up  hiirs: substantial buH^ings "n his iotd  in  M"oyie. j  ���Hot and cold balhs can now be j  !i..<i both night and day at tne Union j  icstauranl. <>  There was a. lit Hi social hop given  nt the Union i-e.-raurant Monday  i>;.Kht. Parlioip.-.n'.fi report a good  time.  ?Ir,    "\V.   Jt.'  Sicru- is pieparing to  open     a     h-irber   f.hop   of.     the   St. j  Etigeno mino.    This will   tuid' greatly  to the convenience and  comfort of lhe  miners.  An enjoyable   birthday   party    was  Dr. John Barbef; dentist; now permanently  established,  in   Cranbrook  announces   that" he   will   again  pay  ��� Moyie a professional visit in  the near  future, and Ivill corne prepared   to  do  ���all   kinds   of  crown andjjridge work;  -painless extracting of teeth, etc.     The  icxact date'ol'diis arrival   will   be   aii-  ^ ���        ^  jounced later.  Mr. 0: A, Miner, of Gr.inbrook has  .;:ome to Moyie to remain and will  'have charge of his brother's store. The''  immense business this firm is doing  here,of late is almost beyond,, compre:  hension. It has increased to such an  extent that, more help is re'eiuired and  ��vcu with this tlie store is a scene of  general hustle oii the part of all.    Kew  froods constantly  arrive-   and   are dis-  ���poscd of almost  before   placing , them j himself both as a singer and  given at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. D.  V. Lewis Thursday evening in honor  of Miss' Mary" Lewis and W. H.  Darby. -  The Catholic ladies of Moyie wiil  give a grand hall at the Kootenay  hotel Thursday evening, November  29. Tickets including supper $1. The  ball is lor the purpose of raising  money for tho fixing 'up of their  church *horo. It should be well attended.  The Methodist "Ladies    Aid   gave  a  successful  entertainment   in   the hall  last   Wednesday   evening.     This   is  evidenced by the 1 ict that the net  re1-  ceipt5=of   the   evening   amounted to  $125,    Among    thoie   taking   prominent   parts   were  Mrs.  Jteid and Mi^s  Jardine of Oranbr'ook,   Mrs.   Watkius  Miss Hagerty,E. J. Cann and Musters  York and Archie Grossman..    Gne  of  the amusing-features of the affair was  the   pie    auction,   at  which the pies  sold,from 50 cents-to $5.   The Metho-,  dista 'intend   purchasing   a. lot  and  erecting a church in the  near  future  and   the  .'iiioticy   raised' will b*e used  towards this purchase.  The entertainment given in the hall  Saturday night by O. Jackson Smith,  was a little out of the ordinary, Although a ''crowded house'' and everything lo' encourage a performer, there  eeemed to be a lack of-confidence, wit'  and vocal training on the part of the  comedian) and 'many' left before the  finish of the program���-no "doubt lhe  hall Was a little "too cool'v for them.  Mr. ClsrancQ Washington, of Gran-  brook,   who     assisted,    distinguished  Now, is, the time to preparo  for the winter, by purchasing  a Heating Stovo'and a good  Cook Stove. No home is complete' without these articles  of furniture, and no other  firm handled as complete a  '  line at G. H. Miner.  In  Shelf and Heavy Hard-    ���  ware, Restaurant  arid   Hotel     '  supplies, will  be  found every  ���o    thing that the purchaser may ,  SEWING    MACHINES  In this line wo can furnish  Machines, high-grade and ��� ot  the best quality at extremely  o low bargains. Tinsmilhing  and-Plumbing given .prompt  a ��� attention.  Mistaken laentlty.  A remarkable case of. mistaken identity is reported from ��� Fecamp. The  body oS a man was found recently in i he  Hue tie Valmont, ami after tho usual  formalities was bin Jed as Unit of nn oc-  togvuurian named (lodrfre-y. Two of  Godefrey's daughters altviideu the funeral. When they ret urned home thfy  nearly died of terror nt finding their  father sittinp- at his usual place, near,  tlie lire. The shrieks of the women,  who thought they saw a ghost, brought  in lhe neighbors. The error was due  to a remarkable likeuess bciween Gode-  frey and the man who had been found  KM  nil ps iiww'  S  All  ti  safiSS^k.  pianist,  before the public.    Not, only,-in   the \ and his part in the entertainment was  ^ales line areithey doing a big business  'bnt in the tinshop as   well, and   they  now employ two   mechanics   in   this  ��� ���department, J. 0.   Pat more  of  Cran-  biobk lately coming down to help out.  This   is   but  one of   many   firms in  Moyie that is doing a  large  business,  and the genera! tendency is that   that  the trade will   continue,  to   hold   its.  own.  appreciate 1 by all. Through" some  unaccountable source the seats were  elenrid away and coaples lor mod. on  for quadrille and the evening was  finished in a lively manner, and a vote  thanks and three cheers was given for  Mr. .Washington. The people o)  Moyie always get their money's worth  even if tney do have   to  furnish  their  own entertainment.  ucwXPfanjtOiw  JOS13PII N-ISIJIEKHTAWT, Prop.  Lnger beer sold.by the Keg or dozen  bottles.  Bottled, Beer  iii Stock.., .  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  GO   TO,THE  John Bryden  .lias just received.from the east  a large, assortment of new  Woolens, including Scotch,  English and American suitings,  trowserings    and  overcoatings,  , and is in a position to oiler the  best satisfaction iu style and"fit  towards hia patrons.    Call early  i   and inspect the stock. ,  South Victorla'St.,   Moyie, 13. 'C,;  LIGHTNING'S   STRANGE    FREAK.  How it Toi-e a Scottluli Arrar Officer'*  ' Clothing to Fragments.  *A aiost. remarkable example' of the  terrible effects of a lightning stroke  is: described in the London o Graphic.  Maj. \Jameson; formerly of the^ Scottish Rifles^ accompanied by his lathor  and mother, went into a meadow to  ;pick mushrooms. ' M'aj. Jameson was  some distance in front, and there was  a single clap .of thunder and flash'of  lightning, which frightened Mrs., Jameson, and she and her husband went into  a wood and returned to the house, expecting that Maj. Jameson would follow. '<?������'  About half ;an hour later Maj. Jameson was found by a game keeper, lying on hia face in1 the field quite dead.  Around him< in a radius of several yards,  were hia clothes &nd.boots, which had  been torn and scattered about in an  extraordinary manner. The lightning  appeared to have struck Maj. Jameson on the right side of the head, tearing the cap he was wearing to pieces;  and burning his hair off. It then,  passed inside his collar', 'down the front  of his body and both legs, into his boots,  which were torn to atoms, and then  passed into the ground, tearing a hole  about IS inches in circumference and  three inches; deep.  ' The deceased man*3 collar was torn  into 100 pieces, none larger than a six-  , pence, the front of his jacket was rent  i into ribbons, and the jacket and under-  ! -sest literally torn to shreds, and the  ! knickerbockers he was wearing were  stripped oil and scattered on tho  ground. Maj. Jameson's stockings and  gaiters were similarly torn in pieces,  and on the boots the lightning had a remarkable effect',      .    .   ��� ��� ��  TOLD OUT Or;  UOUR1Y  1   * I r I '  For yriurioutfit.    The;'largest stock in  East 'Kootenay.  EHID &CO., <  1 L'  ���    Ckaxbrook, B. C.  S. j; WHITCOMB  House'' 'painter,     grainerj  glazier    and    paperhanger.  All work on perfect,, surface guranteed., Prices ac-  ��� cording    flo    quality    and  otock required  Moyie, B^C.  irjm.'pww-*  �����  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR,  By Seuding Your Work To the,  :��� UNION-LAUNDRY.  -   .    PHILIP CONRAD) Prop.  GOOD WOTllC. rP.tCES   REASONABLE  GHAS.i P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  o- '  Embalmei*.  Graduate of^Chani'pion College ol thb  United State.1--. Upholstering and gen-  oral .furnituio repuirihe;. Ofii^M and  store.) Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph . and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Cranterook, B. 0.  To "beat tlie quality and prlco  of our liquors. Agents Giant  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary and Schlitz Brewirig,, Co.,  i - , '  ��� ���  WRITE US FOR PIUCES.  n\ :  W&mfr  H  m&ttk  ranBi  Shd^Hk  W        1  m Fort  \* ���>  Steele Mercantile Company  t1 ' V * *  I *��� l"  ,   1JACOBiP. FINK; Mgp.   "  ?-  Ltd.' -  n:  SMSPS?S  ^fc..��t  l^ZJt<.^  covht nroir!rK.   ,  Xo.' 4O05.     ,  Meets on the flrsfnncl  hlrrt Xhtlrsttay of each  jnonth. 'Visit Lug broth*,  rcninvltort to nUvml."  P. J. SMYl'IJ, C. R.      LEWIS TlfOMSO^. F. 8.  ��� ''     WILDLY LODGE NO:. 'U.  Meets every Monday evening ill their  hall on- Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Si: A. SMTTit, S.d.  A; T. RKSKKIJy, THEAS.  P. I. JJOOItE, tt.   3.  F. J.  SMVTlt, Y. S'.  Moyie r Miners'   Union  NO. ���71-  Mcetsin McGregor hall every Tuofidiiy.  evening. Sojourning hierilbcrs / are  cordially invited Lo attend.   ��� '  -   ��� ,  vf- !-t  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.,  8MOPS    AT  i . _..  Moyie  Port Steel,  Oranbrook Pernio' 'Wardne.  sec  H. H. Djmoc^:,  ���President.  P.'T.'Smyth,  ^  Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in the Moyio school  " house on Lhe first Wednesday  evening of each mouth at  '   8 o'clock sharp.  '     ' J. P. Farrbll, Pres.  A. P. Macooxald A. X. ClakTc,  '^''ice-Pres. '    Scc'y.  ' ISUY ^OUBULl^A-' ���'  ���Iffirri-'! r     ���  -1  ^.^^  mi u**.M-uimS*A<m  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly*  it makes the bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is- never���  a waste oi ������ good.-.nour/sugar* butter  ���and eggs*. '���"'  'With fiiier: food and a saving of  inon'ey .comes the saving of  he family, and that isiM  of  iHt  eaitn'  rfeafest  economy of aJ  2��H1CE  BAKINiS  POWDER  CO,  OHIC/^GO,  AneSaolob and Incident* Oosicoa-sainB  "a Powerful 'foatfta J��tJsc.  Texas is c- hie- stAt^i and litis a large  population, including- jnany. men, of  E"reat prominence, says LobIic's Weekly.  j But .-tihere is no 'man in that -whole rov-  j crevjnty with more refulgent glory  ��� .than Judge Roj' Bean, of T.nng-try, who  j declares that he is the "Jriiv v/cst ol the  ; Pecos." And ho is. West of the Pecos  ! a-iver, in Textia, there-are no limitations  to Judge Bean's jurisdiction, mid he  does not, ns has hecri liimifd, let mere  statutes, "as.in euoh o.-.e made and provided," influenced him to any gTcat ox-  tent iii his deaire to make the pim-  ism&nt fit the crime. There is ati anecdote told of him whore he wit ns coroner and held an inqueet on the hody of  a man who had met a violent death by  falling from the great railwny bridge  that spans the Pecoa river. An examination showed that the man had a revolver and $-1.0 in cash in his pockets  when he was killed. After swearing in  a jury and looking over the effects of  the dead man, Judg-e Bean said: "Gentlemen of the jury, there ain't no doubt  Low this man ca.roe to his death; that's  oil plain;, but what I would like to know  is why in the nn-ine of ..'thunder he .carried fclmt gun... .Nov/, .gentlemen, it's  agin the law to.carrye. concealed and  loaded gun in the sicate of Tei-ias, and  .list because this gen'iieman took it into  nia head to gfet killed I don't.mfanto let  him offend tlie .peace and dignity of  .Texas..,.. I. fine inrri...$40v" This is an example, of .Tud^e .B'can'o 'efficient , ad>*.  .inini strati on; -,4onie day, hiei deeiaions-  ���will'b\ published and -then ..we' will  have for tlieflrstftime a clear, understanding of the law of the frontier.  Koxii.���Many.Mixtures, made in imitation of baking  powders, are upon  the market.     Tliey ;"ra  -sold cheap, but are dear at anyjiricc.be-  ��� cwse tliey contaiij alum, a corrosive poieojt,  ��� ���Palou.se, Woah,,-i-j &hort Of wood,  an unprecedented affliction, and car  loads of /timber arc being.shipped'in  frrurn neighboring places,      ���''.���'���  and Boo Line-  i-'AMOin  64  ,5?  Still continue to operate T'irst-  Cltifo Sleepers on all trains from  Revelslokc and Koolcuey landing.  Also Tourist cars passing ?3munore  Junction dailv for Bt. Paul, Saturdiiys  for  Montreal   and    Boston,   Mondays  ' .JQHN-BraEN;.  MBRCJJA^T   TAILOIl.  Stylish Young   Men's  W'ear.    Tailor  M.ide Suits,-  South Vtctoiua Street,  Moyie, B. 0.  J. J. MURPHY   & 00/S  STOKK, >fOYIE, 15. 0*.  ___^__^-m__j i ^._.i jiniiimwi-iiiBi-iiiMiBi iBiiw inirT";  A.    E.    RICHARDSON.  'Hauling and T) ray ing.  Wood for Knle, ,    .  j Moyie,  of  iK.*.'*X9ttr**mizr~'** t-\>*a****- j  w^Z-lH.jtf .CI J-.Xji mtmumwj^x��KMM  ,;i)!tx   bait incur,   r>.  i>.  s-��  T--   p   "f  Office arid Residence    CKANIIKOOK'  iwunw jwmn iwwiriimjiT~inTni���r^*1"  lypRV  and Thliradavs  Toronto.    Same  curs p'.x'-b Revcl&loke one   day   earlior,  No trouble to quote rates and  giyoyo.ua, poin.ter regarding the  eastern trip ycu contemplats  'taking.  ���   FJAILY  Westbound,'sir.  ���8:45' a. in., .  TE4IN.': ,  Eastbound dr.  ��� ;     .������.S:00:'p. in.- "  Apply fbrltatesi 3taps;. Tiiuo Cards, Tickets p.'ul  Full Jiifoi'inatioD to Nonrost Local  Aijeht, '..' . ��� ;      ���    "  T; B.��� Smith., Ayeut, Moyie.  If yon camiot brin^r y">^  washing, Rend it   to   the  MOYIE LAUNDRY  PRICEri REASONABLE,  LEE & HICKKV.  grapliy-  "-"^���WfS^y  -r      T  \ !l,->  1?/  U��JtiJV  W.F. ANDERSON,  '��.V. A. KtlR����U?,  K. J..0OYUK,  A. 0. I'. A,, Viui(:r,vt '  Chriclmaa is coming. Get  your pictures taken to snnd  home. I'KKST, tho pholu-j  graphcr, will visit 3Ioyio on  each Saturday, Flashlight  pictured taken at the Moyie'  or at your room or house.  Leave your orders at Once,  No lime lo delay.  Brest ';&.'Go., ���.���;������::���������  ���    ���' ��� ' ���   , ���     '   !  ���   '' ������.' .  ���   . ' ' '..  Photograpliers, '  t/Aiiibrooi?,     Moyie;     'Fort Sbole.  Vt,'i 11 Visit f/ioyie on  '.Tuesday and V/etinesday.  Frioes Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Every thing  in tne Printing  LH8 at tll'ci  p> i  p I* b [���' \i ;. -1-.  (I  im  w*


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