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 if*  K">" -K"v'r        --.��..  i      y  ;���   I'    r-  .       I      "l  if  t', "���'  A. 8  VI  )I��  3, NO. 27.  MOYIE, B. C, OCTOBER. 20,, 1900.  $�� A' YEAS  "~Z ^.^^' ^i^^Sm^Si^Tf^^Si^^^-' ��_��___��:  'underwear. Blankets,  Mackinaw Coats  -v��.��-  Exntnlne Our stock men's underwear  " "       ,  .oil coats  " "         top ehirta  " , '"          fall suits  - it  ��� ti-  .1  i.  DRY GOODS  See our largo assortment of blankets  '" '  >' '     " " ladies' underwear  '* " ��� wrappers  -    '���     "     dresa goodu  " of carpete  ii  GROCERIES, BOOTS AND   SHOES.  REID, CAMPBELL& CO.    .  IW   SCHOOL   HOUSE  C  ontract Let/ Building  to be Erected at Once.  IT SIZE WILL BE 28x44  A.SlcpheiiMsU who   lias   the   "Work,   will  endeavor to complete the Building  -for tlie'Xew Term.  jB CANADIAN  BANK' OF  COMMERCE.  * Paid' "Op Capital, $6,000,000,  IN0K BRftNCIf' i- W. H, SimrT'Hf, fliGR  For aorne time tbe email .school  house built early last summer ,by the  public contribution of tho citizens has  been found far to email ior the number of pupils attending. Tbe Leader is  pleased to be able to 3tate that the  linal arrangements have been made  by the government for tha building of  a new and more commodious building.  Mr. A,' Stevenson has been awarded  tbe contract and will start work al-  niOBt immediately, The first load of  lumber was placed on tbe ground  yesterday and , tho leveling of the.  ground will commence today.   t<?'_  Tbe building ia to be 28x4-4, and  will contain one .large achool room  with ante rooms on each side of the  entrance., ���    -  Every possible means will be taken  to complete the work as soon an possible so that thc school trustees .ruay  take possession at the earliest possible  date.'  Tbe cost ��� oi tho bttilding ��� will be  about �� 1600. ;  <    -ft. k. MAoKBSfziET, Proprietor.1  K L '  fe   Hotel for-tie1 masses.   Sverythirij* First  in every   fresgect.    Sample Rooms for  Oomiftercial Men/  &YIB,  British Columbia.  Kfc^��*WI^MBfc��Wt.-��*<<_RJ__U:  se  Ma__wW*���qj  ��>'"*v "���>*>'"^?bP "53  -.'.-'f>E3At!X,S_-Eiil"   r~io��  Largo sample lonrii in connection  with hoiise for coimnercial men. Beet  of accommodations'.  Headquarters for Commenciaf and lifting "Merf.  Ql-EEM  AVENUE,  .'V^��?^S?3_v  ��� Hospital Nearly Completed.  The St. Eugene Hospital of Cranbrook, begun last Junej is riotf rapidly  approaching completion aiid it 'is expected that within six weeks the  pereonel of the Mission Hospital will  be installed -,and ready to receive  patients, of whom upwards of fifty can  conveniently be accord in'odated.  The structure is large and commodious and equipped, with* all the modern  conveniences so conducive to the com-  ���fofl Of tire oieS. The delightful loca-  'tion of t&e building,-rfr_d tbe spacious  grounds surrounding it/ so .generously  donated by Col. Baker will contribute  in no email degree to the enjoyment  of convalescente.  Tho hospital is attended by Dr.  J. King whoso ability is well known  throughout the country, and is under  tho mtiu&getaeri. of tbe' ffktorr of  Charity, *yho were trained, in , the St.,  Vih'c.ntc rfo-.pit.il, Foriiand. tthich  is second to Hone on the Pacific opast.  The Slaters make it a point to do all  "iu their power to ptoctire the v/ell-be-  ing of all  those   under  their care  to  whose service they riiaije it a pleasure.,  to devote their lives.  LOCAL  NEWS.  '  Ji A. Harvey was in town-Friday".  ��� E. A. Elton of Fort Steele is in town  todav. ���  \V. L. Reid' was in Cranbrook on  business Friday,  \V. T. Iteid of Cranbrook was a visitor Wednesday.  W. F. Grurd of Cranbrook was doing  businesd in Moyio Friday:'  J. J. Murphy made a bu_.ine._8 trip  to Cranbrook   Thursday.'  Take a look at the fine new' stock of  groceries at Koid, Campbell & Cos'  E., R, Purdy, "representing Brad-  street's is in town today . looking up  busineisG.  Coming'event���-The Alba fieywood  Co., Wednesday 24th���Have you a  ticket?,  W. A. Pre'et, the photographer, will  visit" Moyie eyery - Tuesday and  Wednesday until further notice.  ' Cria Fole'y^vTirDe'in^Muyie,Tuesday  next, when he will give an adresa in  the I. 0. 0. F. hall, assisted pby local  speakers. , ���     " ���   ���   "  Chas. Estmere was overlooking the  ground to be covered by the Water  Works company the early part of the  week.  ,  F./E, Simpson s-1 Matt Rocken-  do'rf of tlio' Cranbroob "Hearld" were  down to take iu the latest sights of  Mciyie Monday.  ' The Ccontown 400 gave a performance Wednesday Night. Thcfte who  -attended did jaot,speak **'ory favorably  of tli6 eriu.1 Lain men fc. -  A.T, Olark haj been appointed- one  of the three district license commissioners. - A. ti. (irace'of, Fort ��� Steele, anrl  Fred Stdrk .. of , Fernie,"^ire t"hev other  appointees.   ,��  FOLEY'S  M  Labor Candidate Hard  at Work.  FiaHTS OBIHESE LABOR  Labor Party Committees are liuNy In all  I'nrta of the Country Cnnvac��-  Itig Voles. x  From all parts of tho electorate we  hear of Mr. Foley's succesful carnpaiu-  ing. Last Wednesday Mr. Foley addressed a packed4audience in Nelson  and was very enthusiasticaly received.  The labor'^candidate spoke very  strongly on Oriental , immigration.  This iaonc of the main planks of" the  labor party platform, aud. as the Nelson  Tribune( states, "is evidently to be the  slogan of Mr. Foley'dcanipaign."  From Greenwood. -Thoenix," Slocan  City, Ymir/ Iievelatroke and other  parts of tlie constituency we hear of the  active work of the labor party. It  looks like a tight race between the  labor and conseiv.itive candidates.,  It uniting   >"oieg.  HbYTE",  B. C  L ���   'J .*' *'-.' V    ;   ���"  resell cults to men tliat will wear.  |'e(c.l bfwlo and shoeQ /ot mon  at  re atll  hats   and  caps for men,'  P colors, correct styles.  lV��, Sbll   !iogo  .for   boy a   made  of  joich lingering wool.  ,,e sell boots and shoes Tor lioya aud  [������ toc'iu.Mled for price  in thc  city.  ps.ll knee p?.tiW for boi'b  tliat  pall lvooi.  *��Bell njorc goods th'ah any  two  "inlowc.  We cell ready made skirts ior  ladies  ��� made froth Sew^otk ptyleo.  ������ ' ��� -  Wc   sell   boaie'ry   for   ladiee,   with  spliced lifeols and toes.  Wo sell hosiery fo girla iii  ���� sizes.  Wo sdll the best under vest for  ladicHOVcf- oA'eretl for the pricei  "We sdll UanriBloUps, prints^ art  muslins, aft sateens, Val laces, ginghams, tabic iincii.  Wo jiay c=l3h for gooild rifa-i buy  them cheaper than others.  Alba ttoywood'8 Company.  < On Wcdtiesdey next the Alba Hey-  *oqtI Company will give it performance  undcr4 the auspices} of ibe Indepen-  dancrOrder of Odd Fellows, at their  ball. This company have been travelling   tlrtougb   the    '.vest     3?ootenay  meeting with auccesa at every point  Eticli .merhbsr. of the comapny is a perfect artic't. Mr. HeywobtV's impersonations, and remarkable versatility are  very highly spoken of by the press ot  the West Kootenay. Misa .B.mlllie  Cola's charming copratio voice and  Miss Gertrude Monroe's renditions on  the violin, also.call forth nuich enlhu-  siatic praise, All those who enjoy good  music and nu evening of good hearty  fun, fchould not :nis3 this obpor.unity  Wc are imformed by postmaster  Hope tiiol tickets aro celling like hot;  onkes; those who wish to secure aer.ia  should do bo ai as early a ciato as  possible.  Lola for Sate*.   nio"by to r_or._:.  Lots for.oalc in all   pwrts  .of   town.  Money to loan.   Agent for Karn, and  WiliiaiuB pianos.   Have. oth'e,r.. special  bargains.   Before i_ivesting:C3��  Boil?.,  Cli?.lleiiK��   Accepted  New'- York, * October 17th.-^Sir  Tbornas".'Lip ton's challenge for Uie  America cup was accepted by tbe New  York Yacht Club today, a committee  waa.'enipow'ered to arrange the'terms of  the'.pro'posed match and'make any arrangements as to" dates, courses, number of trials, rules and sailing  regulations and any and all conditions  of tile tr.atcH. the cams tc Be Sailed  under, tbe direction of the feg'atta  committee", persuant to the consti-  tiou. i   Died of Fiver,  We regret to announce tlid death  Mrs. Fnifck Nelson,���who haa only re-  'cently joined'lier husbaft'et froiri the  eacU-eafly last Thursday morning.  The funeral took place-. between b'al;  paol ten, and eleven bMocR Friday  morning under the direction of tile  Miner's .Unions About ai^ty miners  were in" attsndahce. Four little  children are left to tlte care of her  bereaved husbatid to whom tlie "Leader" oiteiide sincere sympathy.  F. 3, SiRytli iu tho'Kospilnl.  It r.'as expected that F.'3.~ Smythe  would bo sufficiently recovered Irom  bis recent illness to take charge of tbe  "Leader" this week, bull unfortunately  he toof: a relapse on Monday last and  went to tlie St. Eugene Mission Hos-.  pi'tal ou^ Tuesday'o aftemooh train.  Wc trust that v:ith tho care and attention lie will receive at the Mission  be will soon be well enough to return  to Moyie.   Nort Bonil to UiO Socl6ty Girl-  Jr baa been stated on ��ood authority  that a new road will ahortly.be built to  tho Society Girl. It is eatimated that  thc road will coot about If 1500. The  intention is to itart fi"oni thc south  end of town., gradually climbing ��� the  hill until Budge, creek .is reached,  then 3\?hijj round die poiiH above the  crock and fi*>'ikc northward to the  mine,  ,    ^   ilotnl Qiiot^tionA.  Net. Yob:;.- Oct. 17.���Bar silver  63 ceiits. l!ead, price .for miners  and smelters, ifi.00 at ^hu close. Cop  per, brokers'priceb'.$i6-S7^-.  :  Joseph Norton, r/ho Was recently  connected with J. Brydeu's tailor establishment is erecting a building on  Moyie avenue, in which he will shortly open up business.  The lumber i.-i on the ground for a  new building to be erected immediately Bouth of the Lake3hore hotel; which  vVill be used as a harbor shop by W.  L. Foisy. 'Two bath room's will be  fitted up in- the rear,-        ,       -   -  II. Pollard' is 'building,, a .Home on  one of hi. lotao'n the hill side.'  GFoV. Agent Armstrong' fa making  arrangements to" purchase fand for the1  purpose of building a n��w ccfurt bouse  and" jail. As soon as tlio arrange*  merits are completed the jvork ^fll at  ,once be commenced. The building  will bo about 2'tx30":  CRANBHOOK    ITEMS*  Cranbrook Herald:  ��� Matt Rockendorf received'a picture!  this morning from W. N. Clarke, Who-  is in South Africa as a member oft  Strathcona Horse. The picture shows*  Clarke and Jim Armstrong., sitting in*  a rubber tired gig that is being pulled",  by a monstrous native. 1?he boyfT*  look &3 is they Were enjoying lifo and'  particularly tliat mode of traveling  over,tho veldt.  1G. H. Gilpin is arranging to open up> ���  a branch store in Moyie. He willoccn--  py  the' new  buisness  block that-  is--  being erected  by  S/1 F.  Morley, and'  will.put in  ��  large  stock ,o��  general-  merchandise.    Mr.  G-ilpm'B   long  experience in  this country   will enable  him to give the people of Moyie a class*  of goods that will meet with- their   approval and secure his portion   of,, tho*  trade.  Abobt i o'clock this morning, -frl'iile-  a'freight train in charge of  Conductor'  Fettet,'Was backing up to the  station',-  preparatory to starting out, tile caboose1  and tv/o cars ran  over tlie  prostrate-  form of, a man asleep acrdas tlie track--  It was impossible to see anything-   of'  the man and tile first  was known   of'the adcidentyv-is the horrible- crunch-'  ing of the  wheels  over human   fiesK*  "and bones.    The train was stopped" as*  soon as possible aud the  mutilated in��-  dividual taken   out  and   placed  in   ��<���  litter  and   cariied    to     the'  stationb  Both legs were out off, one'juet  above"-  and tbe other   just   below   the   k��ee!"  The shock tendered bltti", iittcbfiCious..  Dr. ,l��iug was called., and later the vic--  tim was-taken to the hospital, ft i's" eitit-y  ed his name Was Jacobson,'aud. Unit at'  one fcirrie lie tforlied at the"  Cranbrook-.  Lumber Cbulpariy's- LQilU   It iff sup--  posed   that' hb   had   probabi'y   been'  drfniin'gTnu^ in walking   along "tiie1  tiacii e'dft'efuded' to take a'sleep. No-  Maine, is attached1 to an'y oiae- .for bhei'  acciden t;-  VoSftolfico to Close  JEiirllef.  0"n and after Monday, Oct. 22nd,  tbe pcfstofSce fviil close at 1 o'clock  in the evening instead-of 8 o'clock.  '     "   Cosi   Strikers,iW(n.   ...  JPhilatffelphin, Pit.. Oct. IT.-r^The rfi^  suit of   th"e   conference   of   the   coal'  'operates hSffe  today,- \*as-  arf fegfee"-"  rneht to graht particularly   all    tlie  demands of the strikers,   tt is belied1  ; t&8,3'��ri_ce will end imtnedlately;  .y Ty,^r?,.'z~.+ vJ-\y^ ---''���.���.'���'kr,,-':,!"b"':"fi',r  '^iibMAwitfe; ���  ��� Daggii-onna Mprass beiiiieriiil  'lb  any par fc of tho tow ii.-  Notlco o? iiiaolutibk-.oi EBflndHliilK ���''.  . Kotice-ishcreliy.given, thnt the paiauershii.  UiiretWiote osisthlg -bet'VCeu the uudcrsigucd  as liotel,V'.fieeiscrs " .mdBi'"-tM' "nVtrae,.style  s>,iid ik-ia,'t>iMacKcuzic>�� Pullin_iu.at^[oyic,.Bi,0  Las,"been-..tJiisfflAjr disolvecl by nictual.���=boused t,  iiil dolitij dwiuc to the said partnership arc to  be piiidbjr^N .A- J-tsj-CKonsio at Moyio,' Bi^v aiyl  all clitiin, against the said. partnership are,to lie  preseutcO. to the said N. A. Mc.lCengie; My v.'hoiu  tho sntne will be settled." ������y. ���  ���Dated atlMoyic; B. OS, this, 1st day of October.  A. D. WOO. \- y ,N.;A. Mackenzie,'.  ���i-'iii ''��� Fc'cid i'ullmaa."-  ,G0nomiGa!  Greater in leavening strength a  Spbonful raises more doughy or goes  further-  Working uniformly and perfectly*  it makes the bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is never  k waste of good flour, sugar* butter  und eggs;     '  With ffnfef iodd and a saving of  money eomes th^ 'saving- $f the health  of'the family, and that is the greatest  Economy  i?iiitCS BAktMG  POWDER CO.,  CHICAGO. !  Note.���Jfiiny mixtures, made in imitation ot baking  powders, are upon the market. They;sirs  ���said-cheap, but- are dear at any price.- because they contain alum, a wrrosivc poisor,  I  ���'.'  M  M  KKi  v  ��� J 'Sat  *S  B��?t<  ��qii  ���xoq  -no   ,  petz  spat'  ����H  pan  ������IX.  n��pi    ;.  iiiil 't  -OJ��  Hon  *80J  J 4  i.  ���a,  real,  ��t P  ���_toit  ��IP*  raoa.  Jtonc  }eou  -ttUBJ  sA��r  r��M.  pnu  -JU9  ���a-  9  Ax  -p_ts  i  ���uaq  _[0��C  (0  o:  ���WIJ  onfli  'Oft  0O3J      !  'jail    .  -sv  '   '  OD-"   J  ���b <.o    ;  qoa  pu*��  -X9  aar ��  XIF        ,  A\*l     '  ���av<  .no  oa,  jno    ���  JOS1  ���1 '    ���  noi  *nu ,;  ON  i  *4   "  -.tit  -cui,  epu  A-t.  pur  -de  SOAi  31T.  _-*J  en .  -u!  -po  .U3K  mi  i,nc Mri��rR" nuiTPR 1^^^^-^^. ^ ,*;:. ��^i;  lUii     itiui. Ill     IjiiJuUiilii     j not even if she lays the paint on uv;ce  i'Hblwhed in Use interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  -    -     I'libllHTiers.  ;.���-. j. s.ii-srsn & co.,  rates or s,sji.^!.-i:ii"t:c:;  ay thick as she does now.'''  Bui 'jjagshot did'ntctou to hear it.  lie ilev; across the i.quare aud into the  Union office }.ike a Hash.  Xo one  was   there.    That   able  assistant editor,   warm"'    by    tv   fiiond  unknown, lud duste*.       revcr.    Lying  on the drjal; *vas ��Unioi., folded c,o that  this notice caught Bagshot's eye:  LiTEitAitr     Mi;.mo.���The   tald-headcd  snipe who pretends to itm this   paper  has gone to New York'.    Wo expect to  The arrival of  Mr. Chas.   Ustmere,  hear eveiy moment-of his sentence  to  engineer,   who is now overlooking thc j Sing Sing for arson and highway  rob-  ' ground to bo  covered   by   the'   water | bevy.   The cUisons of Chodunk should  WoikB Company, is a promising onion i congrattib.le thomsclvea if the Colonel  One year...  .:-?..oo  SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1900.  . that ut last something is going ' to., be  "done iu this matter. The need of a  ' waterworks    system   ic indiVpufable.  doos not disgrace  his villnge.by being  hunr; for hifan.icid*.. . ��  Eagsiiot nwc-r    in tends'to employ  Th'c spaces that e.-nsfr-d  bctveeu ��� the  anoi her assistant editor,   nnd iournal  portions of tbo town arc gradually  bo-Jisli. in ('enrol) oi a situation will find   il  Rooming filled up by   other   buildings  ''thus endangering tbe whole   town  in  thopvent oi fire ��� thc institution should  especially appeal to tbe property own- j  ' ers for this reason, and also    that   its  introduction will reduce,   or "al   least ,  prevent the advance, of inauivinco. rate-.  ,' To Uie house- holder it should also  appeal, the groat oonveniancc oi having a  tap in the ho.U'rbn ,plac<*  of  walking  - io the'lake or the nearest we'd forgery  1   -pail of water required, nood hardly  be'  pointed bur, '-��� , .  jfltjT'jho'.V   A'sl^tKHt.  Col. Bagshot .runs a  weekly   newspaper called the Union, up in Chodunk.  - f.Tho Colonel was called away   to _ New  ' York on- business, leaving   the ' Union  0-in thc hands of an assistant, who   had  beeu in his employ soi'ne time.  Now the Colonel knew  that  tha   said  ' ... assistant had   the   cheek   of -a   brasn  jsta'tuearid the audacity of a New England fly, both indispensable   attributes  '   '?tp tlie newspaper man;'but still, after  ���    s*bein_f in thc- city about a week, lie J>c-  '     ,gan to grow uneasy, n'ud  telegraphed  to Chodunk, "How's thing's?"  Back came   the   answer   from   thc  .Union's whilom editor: Bully! Circulation of ihe thing's gone up  a   thou-  -sand. 'Been getting up ft red hot paper, and there's  a  a*���s'��u*sid?  that  are weeping been use'they can't  hoist  ��� the shingles off r-ho rooi ant. knock the  i. hole concern to thunder, ' Stay away  i long as you like."  Bagshot did'nfc wait a motnont after  -receiving  xhia   encouraging dispatch.  /He started home da the first train, and  i-cached Chodunk   before  night.    The  -hreiman  that   struck   him   waa   the  -ickct'agent. c-  , - "Look here. Colonel 1" He   cried  ex  ijitidly j ' I've a darn   good    notion ��� to  punch your head, you brazenfaced old  liar."      y ��� ' '      -  "Why?" asked Bagshct.  "Read  Lhat!-and   the' ticket-agent  ���showed   ��i  crumpled   Union  into   his  -hand."  There was a paragraph as follows:  3. ailroad News.���The bandy-legged  ���idiot who robs . the  railroad  company  at this village has   purchased   a," now  pocket-knife.    Mors  knocking   down  .from thc cash drav/er.  -Bagshot bit bis lips.  9 "Bill," said be   "that's  a  calumny,  -and I'll see it xighed in our ceit.    It's  -my cussed assistant's work."  I don't care whose woik ir is. growled  4he agent, "but if it ain'tcbntradicted,  somebody's got lo die;,   thal's all.',  Bagshot didn't reply, but called  dovm the etreet to 'the', Union office.  He had not gone half a block before he  collided with .Deacon. Marsh.  healthy to kcej- awayjrotn him".  c..LU:,fbi^;i-vA!'--*": .  ,     '  ��rovzrtfi: S)f��,tsi.i .:.';���> svi. !'.'.���_   -- .it bfi'fii-**  J lip;!  \*<��vsa   ic-nr,  H&ro la an ccLo frcuii tik* days when  it was ru>*t nvkou*?.! .unhnM'ul id sell  olcojnorgviriue a.a Inn ter: ,  "\Vc-3I0 lou'xr-ir liavo.thr- utiivje profit-  Mblft way oi disposing1 of O'.^- waaUi proil-  ^et- that vo hruin few yeai'-s affo." t-nal  i\ fur dealer Hits ntli-?.r ?X<-.y. tie ln-^od  retrosptitive n.nd 'a triple rt^-rotful, as  he -continued: '^llierti -was <ahvnyn n  ready 'market then for-every particle of  tha foi. serapinifs from tlio different  rjkjn.3. Who took thftin? "Why, theoleo-  ronrgariue m.in'.ifactvirers, tci }je imrt..  TJifiy would ^n��i wug-omi up t-o my  plocc every day and -airry avyay several  ..barrelfuia'of the fnt atwl c"rear.e which  'have, to be token ofc ihe "ur.der side oi  the. heitvy pelts, Skvmka,' opossums,'  oil kinds of nx>imal��,contributed. It  ill v.-tmt In'io xhp. bTitt<*r. But thnt- it-  over with nev/. Since tJiis new law has  been in operation, f hat bran.ch oi busi*  cess aos''been-��#_-*_.. People could ca.  slcnnk 'and opos?i��m groflse, you know,  so long as it was called butter, but if  the clcolera are, obliged to come out  fr.it.kly ���vift.a description of its real  x.idrdeter, t.heir c^sreomers object,"  J,  R. COSTI0AE., a., o.  oi?ice;   25uiik of Commerce Bldg.  cranbrook:, b. c.  mfiHB*rimc-om mm mtT*n-r^r^,SKT'TT^*tsax*ur7m*xut^a��i* ���* i n��^giK-B(r_K��og  Harvey    & , McGarter,  FORT BTJiKL^-B. C  Harvey, McCartor & AIcznuder<  FJSilXIK, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  LEWIS THOMSON,  ���  ��� Notary Pubmc. Acc.ouk.-_  ta-st;   gommissiok   and  lNSUR,AK'!K Acest.  , '        ' I.JONKT 'iO IjOA^J.  McVittie <& -Hutcliison  Fire and Life assurance. Min-  Brokers, Land Suryeyoru and  Conveyancers,   and  Kotaricp  Pub! jo,1  ��iaaaHi��W��s����,ssrarc^^  ___i^   ���  \V.    H-K1TH". VK-Viictor.  Le::\0  Orders at. Loader  office, .UOYIli-  City   Shaving   Parlor  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  WESLEY Cta'B, Prop.  Kovik, B. C.  Moyie,  B, O.  "James'Kerrigan-SCo.  W.' P. OTRD,  JJ.ll.ltlSXKK, SOJ.lQiTOli, ETC  CRANBROOK.'  IJ. C.  G. P. BIGGINS*1 , :.  Physician aud Bui'gcon  OKriCK���FATn.lii-L 5iI.CC K,  MT.Y_J*., '   "bi.'.k'h C^iumbiii.  *      * i i i,  This hotol.is.now'opr;n to thc public, aadJis well lam.  ished throughout. None but the best- brands ofj.winw,  liquors and cigars kept in stock.        .      ' .  FmSX    CLAM. JL'CQMMOli.VJ'lOSS.  VOVIE  fi.  jtmmitimi* rr-' '��� ������������wi  FOR & ALE AND BENT  Oil  MADE TO ORDER  Ajir.ly to  ~��r-  ,^r  , . ��� T3ie S?o��3fKO "Ja, ��ndla,  -In aii article on the'''Famine. Jn India.," tn th? North American. jRcviow,  Six Edwin Arnold. sUitca that 115,000',-  00O of p&opie in that vast country do-  poire, on the rainfall- upon. 120,500,000  ���acres which falle upon tlie wh'ol�� chtr-  ing- two &sasojjE in the year. K it fails,  tlier�� is a failure of crops over tb<s csn-  f-lre cwfl, In this country no,drought"  covers the erdt-ire cbontry; there it  does.' Equally interesting' to us is'ihe  further stetement that all the gc<xi  frrotmd has ho&n. taken up in India���a-  fact which, should site-nee the fears oi  wheat g-rowcrs that India' has niany  mlllions of ���umculfciva-t-ed wheat laawia.  Besides; the customs o.f the p��>plo prevent larger and better cultivation. The  farmer uses a pcrini^ed stick as a plow,  aa -did .ibis' tincesbars 3,000 years o#o;  nnd tills oni'y as m"nch land ns can be  oo-sily renehed from ids -village residence, morning and evening, by his  alow-3BOYing*attle.    ^   \     . ,.-^'-y-:  "whip po' 'Will."  When  6toal:hy 'aliadows ^osiward creep,  And stars through purple curtains peep  And south winda sine themselves to sleeji;  From -woodlands   heavy -with perfumo  Of spicy bud nnd Xp'-i' bloom  Comes thrcicrb the icndor twlllffht gloom.  Far oil" aud mellow  "    "Whip no* "SVlll-T-Vil. oh,' '  Whip PO' WiH-Will.oh!  Whip po'  Will,  whip po' "Witl.   whip   PO'  Will-Will ohi"      ���.     _.  The boeom of tho brook is filled  With strange alarm, tho thicket thrilled  B3r Bi-U'tlod echoes, and most Bklllcd  To ruft tho labyriwhinfl raoe'  Tho flroflles light their I.i7nps in haste  And join in that tumultuous cha_�����  Fleet-footed  fellow���  '     "Whip po* Will-^Vill; oh.  Whip po' Will-vvlli ohi  Wh��p po'  Will,  v.-hip po' Will,   V^hip   po'  Will-Win oh"' -.--- .  P*rom hill to hill th' alarums fly, ���       ;  The marshy brakes take up tho cry,  And where the ,ianguid���watera lie  In calm repose, and shyly speeds  The heron through the rustling reeds,  rhe-t-Uo of that will o' Wisp'c misdeeds .  -  Borne on the billow;  "Whip po' WiH-Wi.1 oh,  bWhip po' Will-Will oh!  M. t. H0LLISTEU, Moyie  CKANJJROOJC'VB. C.  v/iiolesale toocerj  A"U  Genoral' Agents, .  Homo  und   Foreign " Bonuci -''Warc-  110U3CB,   '  Whiskev, Wi����s. Beer,  cigars, 3Produce, Fruit,  Btc,   Mo,.'  .Etc.,    Etc.  ~"_ ^^.^.^.>..-->^--\-'^'.-ii.-.<;'fc-t^^-^w^gi*^'aA!%i%^s��iiAu��.-t<i^,.   ,  ,. ~.^.--.^.*~Asc!->-Zi$^~y2SS-$5S-v��^^  | -     TlflT - ���"���  0)  *'' '    JOlLNSTOi/V'   BEOS,  rOK l-AlWl'S   iMIliVVAUKEF.  HV.YA\.  A(;ry\T  ' HEADQUARTER. l^OK COMMBRCIAL  .   AMD ThU\r,:C  .YiSW     ���  ���,  y ... .. -.,     "  HIUTI.-.1- <: <._.. ^i-.n  <��__  *%  g> van  l,VjrtIi' "Jt- l**1 rt****  ..jSfJirfW ���****��� Jt����iWWIi.'8^B"t'*^.lJl*t��,.i* *Jk.*M-nJ t _*. js.VbM(  Vb  .k8  s^f  , - CORPir.KP0yDF.SC7i  INVITED,  JS "WEIjES/,- .  MOYIE  THE-LAKE   SHORE  B^rfeer SliSp*. -  Opposite   Oosmopoiiteri    Hotel  "iv. 11. l'OJSY X'ccp,  -O���  ig, . ^Gents', , Furnishings,  loots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc,  Just received a fi ne ^Assortment of Meriden Britannia  o  silverware.  EAST'KODTE.��Y. BOTTHHG C0_  CBAMBRO0K, B. C.'  Areated WatersT of .all  Kinds.  High grade movements in  , ' �� j^yld,' gold  filled  or silver  cases.  W. S. TATE,.  OiBciaV Watch liepaUcr'for  0. PbD  CRAHBKOOi', J3..C.  COME AND "SEE US,'  .Victoku Ave,, Movis, B. C  WI. MILLS, Proprietor;  wwnnimiiwwww"  AT G. II. MISTER'S '  ilinew hcadquirtcra. .'Good   acconimodaiioifa  for  travelog.  . -   ' - linuore p.ud oi^ars kept in stock.  3o��t .wiiiet  Lake Shore Addition  JHOYIE.B../  Orders Solicited,,  Soda Water  and 'Syphens.  rl��B  The    diaoin    sci^d   bim -by   the WP^wni, whip po' win, whip p*-  Bhouldsr raid exclaimsd, "What do you ^^ ^ ^^ ^.rjn? wfet hQ3 hedone?    ,  T-l 1 1 1... ?v, I .nrl On f/ llllf.     vn-   .    I. _  !..   ..���.��/.. ...II 1   froatf nf  fun  mean,   Bagshot,   by    inborting    that  ���scandalously untrue item about   mo?n  ,   "fiid'nt nisei t any item," replied the  Colonel.  Don't sneak   out   n.f   it   that   'v��y.  I-Taa bo in some wilJ freak of fun  Vodo frightened children homeward run;  Or dimly glimmer leg through tho-fog  J^d eomo lone traveler through tho bog  By btagnant pool, o'er fo.llen log,  ' Tussocks of willow?  "Wh'.p po' WlP-Will oh,  ������.-     -- - ���    , Whip 5>o' V-'lll-Wll! oh!  You know you did.   Why, I just cut .wmp^po^wiu ^hip po' win, -hip po  jt out ot thc Union.    Listen : ^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^^ ^ uMA1  "KELIGKOTJS     iN'TEU.'OKNCE.���   1 nai jj   .     jy���t playlnK hn5C and s&ek  -      - * *v-- --oek?  AMBATEmm,  NELSON,  tafartJaaug jr..1 mja&'ttgacrfts^A-''*  .B. C  amttSa.TSCl'  ^1,'ited scpulcher, Deacon Mareh, was |^1��<^^^^tTo%\ir<,6k  noticed last Saturday night, trying  to Und flung hia phartom torch away,  ���u ' , ,    .    .     '������,'{   i.:0   rn.:.  There- re-ytlng from hi." prankish play,  open the co&l-holc tn irent of  i__s  ifo.-  * p_cn-e on ,,l2 p!1}<,-���v?_  den.ee with bis night-key.    Thc deacon  '" "Whip pf--' Will-Will oh,  ^^^ "���" " & ' , ,,   , Whip r-o' WIll-W)l!oh;  was as  full   as  a   goal,  and  couklu t WWp 1Ky  win. wjua po' -ww, whip s>j  f      wiii-wmoh'",  -Montgomery    H.    Foipom,    In   Cilcfigo  in  iell moonshine from green cheese.  "Now   that's  nice,  ain't  it,   say  tbat I was druul_ Saturday rush: when 1  .went to bed at 7 with a  raging  toothache'?"  It's that reckless fu-.l v/lmm I U-fl m  cliarfic,".groaned the    Colonel.    "I'll  , --jpake it all tight, Marsb ; and Bagshot  ecurriedon again, only,to be confronted  V,y young Cooley..   ,'��� ^b  ���'Coionoi 'Bagshot,"  announced  h  ��� ���'.  Myou are a lying scoundrel j    This i  nice thing, to put in  your blackguard  sheet about a young bdf!: ;        ........  ���;'Bocikiv  IiBMS."���>I:-is  Cdoloy,  tiie  ���old   hag,   on   South   street, ���.��� wallzos,  around in a patent bustle in   the hope  he  TmcACi-TirT*dd.  fj!=.--,��--a-> r���t*-"*"--"*"  - ^a^2^.r-3:^*,->��.'-^  FOR THE CHOICEST BRA>a>? UF  CLL-AT THE  i'sp  V  CaMaet Cigar ...Stoi  r i ��� :  J.I.McINTOSK, Prop.   ���  'Queen's'Ayenujs'. MOYIE, B. C.  You  will find a  full stock of  General     Hardware  AN'D GJCKERAL  BUPrLIES,  Just  received  a  carload of  '" V Ju  A Call Solicited,  ���riNSIIO?  ��>��� CONNECTION.  ',   Moyie, B.' O.  THE  POST. OFFICE  DRUG- AND  STATIONERY f_T0RF. '  Patent  medicines, toilet  articles, office  stationery  and school  supplies. , . .  Lending Liuhae.; : if you v/ant a book  nsk for it and it will be   procured  foi  you v/ithout delay, c  ,*f 5'AVS TO  Dl_,Vr> AVl'fJJ  EOE FURNITURE   AND    COMPLETE HOSBl  Furnishingy,   Stoves,   Hardware,  Clothing-, and Groceries;  Oall on  Agent for  the  Hamilton  l'owdoi   Cumpany," and  Sborriu  Williams'piwJ  IMTH W" 1ITW UII 'Jil ���������I'l" WII"  BOOTS    Alt��    SHOES  Kepaired and Made to Order.  B.' A, SMITH, ���     Moyie.  KENT DOOR TO EL.ACKi_.MJTil WOT*.  HOPE & BEAT'!  -srf-i  t:-iuiol<>tn and l)i*<isp,l-ii,  ���r.vrr   il. '.:  kA.*��. ��t��* ireri.  -^-77-2.>-7>- 2-}^^/.;  v.-.  ��� ���>". 7."  .-y.-.w,  /".���."/*���: /-/  ���it  'r ���  I  .4.  t*Ht&"-~  'T��l  ���li  '-/  --;1 ���/��� '.-��� 'i- *'v- 'v^ -V-   '������-',���'.'-/  Ho only'bouse in Ear.t Kootnr-y  l:c,',tcd_(lirouf'hont H'iih.hotnil,  Fiirfl olaiw in every reapi.ct.. ' Kpocial  nui'a loboardcia. Good uainplo' room  foi cnnuncrcial nn-n.  European plan,    Open day and night'  L ft- .ti  MOYIE B. C.  /ire Mow Open and Beady Foi  Business With a-Full Lined]  staple and Fancy  y^t"��^l����>y^<��*i^y IWWT-J^UaiftfcJ-v  LJtM^J'K^WlWWV   ,  .-^'i*.��.Tit.-jarf,wW+^,^.rt-MHJ��rt**t,i Ainiii*** e**��r*  Ton arc Invitca toin.'i��tr  -+#-  B. II. Sr.IAT.i. Prop.  ii  j  i.  ���'(  b. a t  .a \  C\ fa r;j  ���      t; .      . ������ .      '  .ADDRESS  .���:������' ���HBLSOH  �������������:*  Mi'blli''"!1*  _lltt'l,'r.  fins  ��� j .'VViunh  Bh:  llVlU:  Un'"" I"1'"  .u     '1'l'-'l,:  niiinJO��"t''-.-'A  riici'p, w"f  _di��'y- ���,  Mis, Van  |llets f|JI' (!  u.i'd'in f-'1  wm m  mil i>.y!l;;'  ^iii^M"!* ���-  ... .BHdJfC  L.it'"'iii"Pil,'i  i,l   llW'.'I11"  L bore I'fi  ittirul. tlo_>v<  ' :,:y'bb'i  Imii.vtnJ!-  ,. 'fi-oiii.'ii.lJ  i,-i veil'>"���J  _,/: 'I'toiijil  s ;i bl'ii-'|l'  ,i rn'^y  b:'.\0|,C;  ;^iit.Kt-<Hi  , Ki-i's >'���:.���'��  i-rby^"  h .!/tiib'r  ^ tbbiVn'fK  :ui'ii.-'.:'������'".'.'  'il.lt: fllil  y,|,,liiiy;:  fli Ills���!)���'! i"  fli'��Ui;ld ,<���  jii'iH-iiiod  j|[->iin;;,'; ���:���:���.:  !Tlii."..,b:!'!J*  l;.y ':.'<}\yii.  |i;:i!_i'it-..|iib*  |{ivi!i:r��'r.-;f  iSi-n^-i'  litybi'-l''  fi ..y<_yni  l'iiilnd  ���:.b\l  I'l-illllcVlll'  i ���.���j:_.K"b  :��� ii -"\'.i 111  I  ,!m'i   li  ��� lb   "1   I  I't.-jini.i'i  ;nii llnily  ttii .im', li  ."-Wash  B?:i  |bu nr��l nr  fri(*ndi��;  inu' tin.'  ���  of tlif- hin  BCl  B'ok  inclicin'j  in of tin;  mblc=.   It  tonUion, v  ���oat und Jun  atic  Su^nr 1  $ugar is a  !sily ami h  r.   Win?  hrou^'Ii  bis.    IllH  U*. (.I ion  *16 Jiscase  .tit Hint  J- tic. ifnily ii  ; tdl n of ,-i  (P^i i for i!  kl_ftaf besides  ��� Vfl in   \\-;is  |(f�� !i:i|iti��[i  B niard tl  STSkj o in tho  ft"3 (llseuse  * fcpli s. Uo. 1  ilk ilood j;o  journal am] i  glU k-avln-  "cJlrnvin;  *i r Ulan t  A ter assi:  jtiflMloris ��� v  Sj��. i       ��� ���..  i ��li"i'i:iii'iiis  /fowd ihat  i,tui? liv01. 0f  iC'J oulv on  ;W�� i'.  _u3;i  ' -TC i in ;i f  �����'( .'ind  till  ������111. -.ri'soncc  Tie only  . *1��,3 -vas tiia  , W iifiictiiri  ��� *f * ioiisiig;i'i  ' W   frot,, ,  ,��      Iteni'i-  "4-r.Atciiis  m.  0<*y  Kvfti '.^*����-rf��jA�� jrf^iyJiOr-^. ifcs*__s��zj^.^'a����J��a_ifej.r ^si^-?^ -^e*!*!.-;;^' rssr
■She moyie leader
K.itcMil   Flit!.
W «.-"       rr , ,,<.fk-l   wi-li   they   lunl   never
E.   ?"  .   !n' ■>"- -","rt  W!,M m:-"" fil<1
W^rfiit"' I    ,.,,,,._ Willi's wroiia Willi itV
3_?" ;-:*!'     ii  fiiii-clc—AIv    win-    m.iki'-»    mi'
Ei - *Jh       V   ,  ..Id h'\'A sleeved shirt   waists
*r:l     '•ritV   «l"'«'s   wrou«   w,lb   ll'~
,\ men cam	
Society   ,V«le»-
little doing in society yes
p.rtVThoi-e was
l!rtlp,l.'y* (](.r Hiik-Smitli  ordered  voal
** "lll,   tor dinner.    She was exquisitely
Vyioii''''' .
fl<;I'Vcan!ik'Vt'r BridgOB Rat on theft
««VJI|t ' ' |, Mrs. Kridge wore a cheek
■*■>"". 'j . ,' i-.'i.ii.iH'd Will, very old lace
*'!'■""I"il"o «»d'MlsH Gladys Bridg,-
•'■- " i,"pink, and bine, respectively
■,j\_en' »' l' rllrttlci-b(.x Ch:ittcrbox-.J<me.-
""^I'l'-i- luncheon carried to her rnoin.
!r8c wore red. with * «,rsaKc Ikuhiuc. of
In  i'i  Had   Way.
■■ Hnme'tay-So   you   were   sick   coming
\,3 ' fmin iil»'"-"id. oh?
W X-i «1",,,,,1 -pfiy-   Ti,p on,-v
y-jy i ( |,J keep on my stomach nt nil
'■-*., <iu-ill rniistai-tl  plaster.—Philad.-l-
vpfia i'.«-■.___:	
,Jtf        Vf) f„,!Kc  For   Kicliln«r.
.•^.iti-f.ed Customer—Vou  said  those
'"^I'lTi* «"''«e ,'i<''1 wi,h b,,tUM'-   .
r,,-Sn   t!iey   are.   .<>•'•     Tr-»;   diem
bniii'i"  once; and  you'll   sen.     Any-
!, i' can tln'W J'm,> madam ?—Chicago
,lllH'-       „______
Ho.v'h   ICx<MIHC.
rvj.it   did  "Freddy   say    when   you
",.i,i"|iiin   comin!;   out, ot^ tlie   pantry
flli'i.H hands hlitined red?"
§jj, t-,l.l'(lic I'•»••■  hi' »n.v'"P thnl   lie
jUiimcJ  his   lingers."—Philudolphia
it t-jcet ed.      . '
■Tin'-'." •*!l*'1 ,1"' ,,u,l'*'s'  ye'^'K nnlli.br,'
,\   i-iwi  0 iht*  jii'i-rcel   short   story.
...;,,..ii it   fi.r'|ii:lilii-:ili'in."
!!Vi:""i' f'(:<'.! :fn* editor, gluneing al
',.. ,!,!■-( i ij-i    r<n-   il:v   fraction   ,of  -Ji,.
[..' :,it,|   li.indintr' it    hack.      "Your
;) \i\li i idnlly  m initial.     (Joed   morn-
liiUMpiiin   I'res-f:
A ! .vii j •*   Hollo Vfil.  ■
aii- yiuwiiiir more iiierrdiihiiiF
,j u-.il." i'.:...il i.'.'d 'he "lall n"l»" dix*
■ »,. in human nature.
I ,| ik'i tlii.-il. >•<»." answered tlu- op-
j...' "1 h:i\*t' iii'iiced liinl wlmncvor
t'l.jini-i'icK'r K",is hIjovi* *s."i you can
,-nijlm.ly it's llie ln'tlli'Sl-" day <*v«r
■mi .ind, lie won't doubt you for a see-
."-Wa»liiii{.'ton" Suir.
,j nrcd not cough nil night and disturb
.f.-i.-ndr; there ia no occasion for you
jiinu' thi' ririb of contracting inflamma-
i of tlif- hums or, con.«umption, while you
; ux-X H'cklc's Anti-Consumptivo Syrup.
suioJic.lno: curcci coughs, co!da, inflam-
„.ion of tin; Iui gs and ul! throat and ch'est
bnblc=.   It promotes a free and easy ev
{ctoiatioii, which immediately relieves tho
ioat und Jungs froni visckl phlegm,
Su_rnr 1 ti (lie Ituuiivn Sjntcm,
Sugar is a sub.sunce tliat-dlssolvca,,
ly aud in considurahle quantity iii
Hit.   WliL'ii in solution it easily pass
through   anlinal's   nicnibniue,  by
Diuiiis.  and   so   the   question   of .It*;'
$iJi|iiioii    peemed    simple    cuongli
disease   diabetes   showed,   how
|r.  that   sugar   might   exist   very
ptifiiily in the blood nud yet tlie :iu
of  an   individual   suffer   very
th for ihi'' lack of  it.-    Sometlilni;
Utsides its uicro presence Id the
Jem  was  necessary   to   secure   Its
!!i:i|iti<Hi by  tbo tissues.
L-iiiaid thought that tho liver was
|vc in the consumption of sugar aud
disease of this organ caused' din*
s.   He.therefore secured some of
[Mood going to the liver of a living
gnal and some of tbo blood that wns
wiving (t.    To  bis  surprise,   tlie
j>d leaving tbo Kver contained uiore
si- than tha.t entering it.
ftor assuring himself  that his ol>-
"talons  were correct,   ho  tried   his
lai'ius   in   different   ways.     lie
on ihat even  in  the  blood  leavlug
liver of an nniinal- that bad been
o'-ily on substances containing uo
if. su:;ar could   be   demonstrated.
§u lu a fa*tins animal  the liver It-
ami the blood  leaving  it showed
iFn-sence of a fomi-of sugar.   •
pe only  possible   conclusion   from
't'tis that the liver wns capable of
nifuctiiriiig this form of sugar out
I'Hmssigar  coniaining   material,   oi
m I'l'ini n,L. |li()0(j of a fasting ncii
It«,nii'nili«.|.t.,i   SnlTorlnK-H.
Atchison  woman  of-40  (iud.'i  L>\
-""••   over   back   diaries   that    hei
•'tis lieeii  broken  just   11   limes
li;'t sin- longed for the cold touil
.''"> year during ber haui'mocl: dnys
Fli'snn Clnbi-
is a symptom of" Kidney
■Uiscasc." A well-known
aoctor has said, ,•«•.._ never
>'et made a post-mortem ex-
aminationinacasoof death
from Heart Disease'whh-
°«t finding- tho kidneys
were at fault." The Kidney
"•edicine which was first on
uie market, most success-
|u tor Heart Diseaso and
ah Sidney Troubles, and
most widely imitated is;,'..
Alloway & Cw
BROKERS. . . .
Stocks and  bonds bought, sold and
carried   -on  margin.    Listed
mining stocks carried
Some L'lixieccHHary  lleanonu.   -
At the Wfiinan's league convention
ili_u Coeijii, hud attention;
<\ie u-as billed to IcUure on a theme of Interest to
It was tlifs: "Why I Am Single,"
And their nerves were all a-tinglc, '
While a most impressive bilence lilled the big convention lull. '   -
"I will tell you," said ,Miss Coggin,  ,
"Why in iiiiglene£s I'm joggin,
Why no manly oak .may kjy that  I'm' hia dainty
elintfitiK vlue-—
' Why I've inner laced a prtacher,
',.     I.cd by a .male fellow cri-aturc—
I will tell you—1 hint; reaiuns, and their number
Vi just nine-,
"And I ililnk the very worst one
Is al*o tlie scry Hist one;
With Its telling jun one-ninth of all  my seasons
, is _,i_.ltj_.i'<l.
Listen cart-fully, my bis,ters; -r . '
Not, a one of all the mi=tui ,
liver  popped  tin-  iju-.-atlon  to  ni« or in  any  way
Then the Indies bpfran bhoutin^, Q
I'urther Ijiloiinatioii Ilo'uling,
And ili&i Coggii^u vniic wa< drowned, it's rc-ally
^L•Iy tad to htule. -       "
Hut Hiey tlniela-d out to her ehrilly:    ^
"1'urther ica--soii3 would be billy.
If   tlut'b   the   liisl,  you   needn't   mind   ubuut   tlie
other elg/ill"   -
— Baltimore American.
i A Drench of 1'fomific.
Swift, before lie took, orders made love
to a j'oinifj Uidy and promised that be
"would marry her when he became a
• When he vas established^ in his first
living, the fair one presented herself und
reminded him of his promise.
''Certainly.' J shall he delighted," le-
plied Swift. "Have you brought the
"What man'11" asked the; lady.
""Why. your husband that i.s to be."
"But." sobbed the poor girl, "I thought
you promised lo marry me yourself."
"Xo. my dear," said Swirt, "I never
said that. 1 meant that 1 would be
pleased to perform the ceremony for you
when I became a clergyman."—Loudon
TinleB. .   	
lie and She.
ili^ '
Would you love rne. my darling, my Bweethcsrt.
Would you love me as dearly as now,
If the fortune 1 liave were lo dwindle
Or ilip tiirisiijjh m.v Iingers( somehow—
'    If llie millions my k'aiidtslhet left me
■     Were/ullilfssly la!.eri away.
Would you lo\e- me, my swcelhcart, my darling.
With the lo\e that jou give me today?
Oh, I'd love you as dearly as ever
If you hadn't a dollar to claim!  "
Rut vvliy not Ret lid of all danger
Hy putting your wealth in my name?
I'd love you, I know, just aa fondly,
If 1 had to he put to the lest;
Out.   dearest, 8U|>|K>:.l' ,thal   1 carry
,The jJOt-ketbooU; that'll be bestl
'   '-■ —Chicago Times-Herald.
Cot   If  All.
Superintendent— | wns watching you
and observed that you entered' but one
bouse iu the square between Upth ami
Hhinlb streets, yet'your report gives full
statistics of every family in that square:
Please'explain this, sir.,
Census Taker—The lady whom I saw
in that one bouse belongs to the same
card clubs as do al; the other ladies in
that neighborhood.- Baltimore American.
Ef you's liorna bumblybcc,    - ,
You's potter bu/J-. an work;
Ef yon is a song bird, _ •'
You inns" sinjr an never shirk;
Ef you is u fi«juiitel.
You mus' hop f'um tree to tree;
'"■ Ain' nobody" loaiin -  , '
Jcs* at present, "-ccptlu me.
Ef you 1$ a hornet,
' You niu-s' hum fob folks to sting;
Ef you is a butii-illy,
You's nlwios on de wing.
So I slicltf my ejes <-onlentcd.
An I loafs de tn-t>h 1 can,
An 1'ze leelin mighty thankful
■ • I was born a cullud m.m.
— Washington P'ar.
Tlicirliluc of KeiiJtoiiiusr.
She—You ni-ii so peculiar!
II,--In .whut way? Von tell tne that 1
am faithful and manly and steady in my
habits, and you know my love tor you is
unswerving. . . ,
She—Yes, lix.it there are tunes when i
would like voi- to annear"ot'-erwise than
all this. 	
The   l'olltc  nurRtnr.
"Will" you  please go away, sir?"  she asked  in a
Of the "burglar *!>■- '«'«"«' »n tl,c l,0:ltl °' lhc nlsl"
And   il..-   burgl.,r   politely   he   bowed   his   hlioik
Arid "!'ii! quite ai jour service, dear madam." lie
"WhichVrh^ It is n^Za^'uccort.
At   Newiiort.
•■ Miss BliiROre—Mny. Knclianw says she,
bears ""there's'   a   Russian   count,  coining
then, '.-she's.
here tliis sununcr.
■ Miss rliyupji—Of course,
Jimt-crnzv to le.-irn the Uussinu lan^tiajje.
Miss lilukorP— Oil. she says she knows
„|,eadv how to say "yes." and thai s
enough.—rhiludelphia   Tress. f
nevfUpe  of the  Critic.
"I'd like to Interview him with ft club!"
exclaimed the novelist nngi'iiy.   ...
•'Why. I ■ thought he spoke in the hi^h-
est   terms  of your book,'.'   returned   t-ie.
f'''[Stbest   tcrnis!"   cried   the   novelist
•"nu. scoun.li'd did tho best he could to
kill it     Why, there was a book designed
n r,   i,n.,u*r ^ort reading.,   It wits pulj
lished  just at the right time. njlvcrt,i»cd
extensively, nnd there was evo-ry pio J^e
„r   „„. enormous  sale   when   t   is   fehou
|JUblished,a  criticism   in   winch  he  said
.,.'. was not a word, scene or...nc.de  t
.   u,  whole volume to- which even  tl
os f.stidioiis Puritan could object. Oh.
hi! .uSSultv%. .imply "Pa-t couiprehen-
sion."   .   . ■. ,
Wp ain't o ri'rsrr.n ',i:u.u ,,u ;,   ,, j
.Kor  I" <<■•  l-hjiju-l -, j , .   ,,.,M.vai».
no ain't ,1 m  i„„j -^ ■.   u l
'lliU 1jI.ui In.jj.i. ib 5l ,„',,]t  ,,.riS_
Io smnii,   «|ul 11.*.- prn,   nij;.   U-.
X\ I'Jl   IIH1S   oill    Uir     1,   ui^p-'.i   "jCsut
th ail  !!.„ <o-,t 1>   i,in  i,UL.,
Olll    «   ,t||(,[|   |r,lks   ruUIIIl«'   to   gpt
They're iiWml to ha-.e the faii-i t,\c-1  up
_'N tieiMli:n^ ail *!n!   •;, ., r i
New fun.itoor 'n In ,<', (i! , ,, \,
'S Hi-i'xi|jUoub c'-t'i-s tint i,;n\  ilip deucr
With e\'n ftinjiiu- ii<,i ji.    M>K-'
• (,.nifs hti'ii, l.ut ti, i   i  .1 t f,.i-,t  it, 'tis
Afdft, ti'ir c iun.n ci  l.< ,i>. i ii fi.v.o.
Our wiveb 'n dj„ghtir-.'  ^,jii<!ju1.»' riz.
The women Ijkt- a, ndtur;:l
To s!.\!c at .hit!,-- 1 j v.Mt.r.    1 l
Ain't <ii:.iiii'.iii    ,rl, \.l,,,t  it ro-ts
N'or foli.s tint < n I it. I;,jt  I'm n_,;h
■Uout (i.i-i, t;.ot^li, will: the i\ a.-.y-.J       '
Nov.. made en m-.     \ f. Ih-r f. ;■!•
The moii'-y '■nain, hut hoi.-'ii liu'.'s    '
'n.f t.MJiiny *,\ ilyle at nii.-dii.!
I ain't di i:\;n that tl-.' pii"'--
I.fj'.l.b   lie.tr r  'n   (l.i.   ivoineti,   loo;
Thej   Law a  h",'ip irur,- cnifoit;  nor
I :iiii't'ni!cti,» in Ci.it 'iw i- tiiioii^'h
Tl.p lic-iji.It-ii i: .ill ft;?!.L- '1, .nt,
'N Ji t. I tl.i-il, of thr-tv n- ll.i  \cf
Who've lobbc-d me'of r.-u- f.rn-ti'i, li.rht
-      To cal  my meals in mv  s; irt --! -j-ts'
An Mi-si  <;ri:nu iiml  Go.
No governmi-iit will, ever "get rich by
putting an inheritance tax on wisdom.   -
The modest man never boasts of his
There are two kinds of successful men—
those who can do things right without
being directed by others and those who
can do tilings right when they arc tohl
lie is a wise man who would know hi.'
own pictr.M' if it v.;<-re dra^vn (rue lo lift.
I'l'tiple si-'iluiu fin-get the names or
faces of others who ean help them.
THERE IS XOTii more dangerous class
of db-orden. than thoso whicn affect tho
breathing organs. .Nullify this danger
with Dr., Thomas' Kulectrio Oil—a pulmonic of acknowledged efficacy. Ic uures
lameness and soreness when applied ex-
ternrniy, as well as swelled neck and
crick in the back; and, a-; an inward specific, possesses most substantial claims to
public confidence.
Ili» Simple Synlern.
"How were you able," said the poor
man, ','to acquire.such an iuimeuse fortune V"
"By a very simple method," replied
the wealthy'Citizen. "When I was
poor, I made out 1 was rich, and when
I got rich I made out 1 was poor."—
Columbus (0.) State? Journal.
Dear Sirs,—This is.to certify that I
have been troubled with r- lame back
for fifteen years.
.1 have used three bottles of your
MINARD'S LINIMENT aud am completely cured.'
It gives rne great pleacure to recommend ifc and you are at liberty to use
this in any way to further the use of
yonr valuable medicine.
Two Rivers. ROBERT ROSS.
Tlieii  nud  .Vow,
MY. J. W. Crary. who i* 00,.years old
and lives in Minues.ita. has? been entertaining the Chk-tijrj Oid Men's Social
club by reading pdonis of his'own composition. Here are sunt** specimen stanzas from one of his masterpieces;
'Tvvas less than ninety years o';to
Tlie sl«.!,je"cut the jriain,  1 know,
The scythe, the gr.is?, wit!, -wcat of,brow;
Machinery does this labor njw.
i      When Fulton showed'tlie power of iteam,
A change was wrought on land and stream.
Boats it piopcls; it d.ivcs the'mill '
And handles cars with tiutthicss -skill.
nrave Morse, the telcu'iaphic king,
Has given to words their swiftest wing;
The wires now spanning uitli and sea
Bring daily news to }ou and me.
His phonograph and telephone,
His magic speaking giapl.opi.une,.
All these an J mure are hi§ invention
And challenge now the world's attention.
We don't want to walk on Mr. entry's grass, but it seems as if he might
have gone on with his subject in this
From state to slate we u«ed to go
With ox teams that were -sure, but slow;
Now wo by "railroad make the run
While ono can say, Jack Robin-sun.
Men used to, climb up stairs, and, oh,
How they did bave to puff and blow,
But now we take thc elevator
And reach the roof eight seconds later.
They used to slaughter hogs by hand.
But* now they have machinery planned.
, Down in the shoot the hog they send;
He's sausage at the other end.
We used to walk the floor at night
When baby wasn't  feeling nyht.
.   And here I'm stumped!    I un't seo hov*
It i3 (hey do the »amj thing »°w.
A-, He- Gicvv Oliter II19 Tiouble Seemed
t>, lncr. a-u ujmJ His J'.ir<*sits Thought
Him liiiiiuitd to an In v.. lid's l_iie— l>r
AVJilluius' i'nik I'ills Cured Ilim "When
liapu Jl.id Aliuont Oepurttd.
From  the  Post,  Thorold,   Ont.
Mr. .James   Dabauld   and   wife'   are
two of the beat known residents    of
tiie   town     of   Thorold,    where   they
have  passed many years.      In    their
family   they   have. a  little  son  who,
although  but ten years  of age,     has
experienced   much   allhction,   and   his
parents    expended  many  a dollar- .ia
the search  for  his- renewed  health—
all   in  vain,   however,   until   Dr.   Williams'   Pink 'Pills  were  brought  iuto
use.    A Post reporter hearing of the
cure,     called  at   Mr.   Dabauld's   cosy
home    and   received    fvll   particulars
from Mrs.   JDubald.    "L am  pleased,"
said Mrs. Dabauld, "Lo have the public made aware  of the facts  of    iny
boy's case if it is likely to help some
other   sullerer.    Charley   is   now   ten
years of age.      In infancy he was    a
delicate child,' but from four to seven
he scarcely  passed a well, day.      At
four  years   of' age he  began  to  complain   of . frequent   headaches,     which
later became almost continuous,'' and
soon    symptoms  of    general debility,
developed.      His  appetite    was  poof
and he grew pale and emaciated, and
the  least - exertion    caused     a severe
palpitation     afid     fluttering  of     the
heart,  and  dizziness.   At  tiilies there
was considerable  derangement  of his
stomach; a blueness of the lips and a
(shortness  of  breitth.      lie   would  often lie awake at night and rise in   the
morning       haggard  and   imrefrcshed.
During his'illness he was treated by
two  doctors.      Both differed  in     the
diagnosis   of  the  case.      One said   it
was     catarrh   of   the  stomach,     and
while his  treatment was persisted in
there was no improvement,.    rriie second also attended him for squie time
with  no     better -results.   Some  time
a!f .er my attention was attracted by
my aunt to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
and about September, 289",    I    procured   the pills  and he  began taking
them.      \ye had  long before come to
the conclusion    lie would,   be an invalid for life, but believing it a duty
I owed  to  my  child  to   procure    all
means of relief,  I was  determined to
give   Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills   a  fair,
trial.      The good  efTeets  of  the  first
box    was  apparent,    and  five' boxes
were     used,   which     were  " taken" in
about six'months'   time, when he was
strong  and   well,   and     could   attend
school,  and   play  and  frolic as  other
healthy boys do.    As every symptom
of   his   old   trouble  lias  vanished,     T
consider his cure, complete.   The pills
have certainly done him a world    of
good,     as   nearly     three  years  have
since   passed   away   and   he   has   not
seen a sick day     in that, length     of
time.   I shall  ever feel  that rwe owe
bur  boy's     health to Dr.     Williams'
Pink  Pills,   and     believe     that  their
prompt  use would relieve much suffering,"
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills .are just
as valuable In the cstse of children as
with adults, , and puny little ones
would soon thrive and grow fat under this treatment, which has 'no
equal for building up the blood and
giving renewed strength to brain,
body and nerves. .JSold by all dealers or sent postpaid at 50c. a box
or six boxes for $2.50. by addressing the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Brockvillc, Ont. Do not be persuaded to .try something else said to
be "just as good."-
Sot .llnrried   Vet.
"Do you think I will have any difficulty in learning to Boat, George?" she
"No. indeed," he replied enthiisiastienl
ly. "Why, with a little practice. I'm
sure you could fly."—Philadelphia Pres-
Sot a Listless Summer Dream.
"Didu't   the   quiet   in   the' coiuitn
come monotonous to you?"
"Quiet? We had to lnni out a'.,
seven times every night and chai-e e.
oJ? tlie oorch."—Chicago Record.
SLEEPLESSNESS is due to nervous excitement. The delicately constituted, the
financier, (he business man, and those whoso
occupation necessitates great menial strain
or worry,'nil suffer less or more from it.
Sleep is tho groat restorer of a worried brain,
and to get sleep cleanse the stomach from
all impurities witlni few doses of Pavmeleo s
Vegetable Pills, gelatine coated, containing
no mercury, and are «uaraiucod to «ive satisfaction or tho money will be refunded.
AVhnt'H His AddressT
Borrows-Easy, is he?
(Jmilliter-Well.   1   should   say.     1
wrote to him once and astod hm to
lend me i?2,; If-seems 1.spelled    t«A.
t double o and  forgot to cross the t.
He sent me SJL00:___—____
•When  K 'IB Useful.
"This engine won't work." said n fireman to the chief of the tire department.
"No wonder," was tlf/e reply     "
made to" play."-Tit-I!its.
The New Tea, Ceylon and India
Green Tea, is rapidly growing in favor with Japan tea drinkers, because it is similar in taste to the finest Japan Tea, it is infinitely more
delicious and fai' more healthful in
use. It is being introduced by the
"SAL.ADA" Tea Company in their
well known sealed lead packets and
they say it is going to displace Japan Tea just as "SALADA" Black
Tea has displaced all other Black
'It was
The-Catchy  Color.
"Rv gum" said the old cili7.cn ns he
throw the sensational sheet aside., ybat
paper's vellow enough to catch flics.:- -
"Cleveland IMani_neale£*_^_
TttEY NEVER PAIL—Mr. S. M. Boush-
r oLyb, writes * "For about two years
I wisaunSdWlnward Piles but by us-
fn]ffWee'8"Pl__* I wfcompleto^curc^
and although four years have ,''^.^
then thev have not returned. .•_■«,••■*•• •1CV.=.
vilU ro imti-bilious and a spee.itic for tic.
£, Sof Uio Liver and Kidney. Complaints,.
Spe1£ Oost.vci.ess, Headache P.lo ,
etc!, and Will regulate the secretions r.ad remove all bilious mutter.
I.ytlis-.e «h n Dye.
Yety curious is tiie notion of lyddite on
tiee.*-. Thi* oxp'o-dve is. it seems, not
only damaging, hut nn excellent dye of
a light mustard yellow color.—London
I_xpic.->s.       _^_
Ooiierons   Imiuilse  Thwarted,
"What a lovely fan. Clara!"
"Isn't it sweet? I bought it for Julia
on her birthday and liked it so well that
1 kept it myself."—Chicago Record.
There never waa, and never will be, a
universal panacea, in one lemcdy, for all ills
to which fit eh. is heir—the very nature of
many cuintivc,-. being 6iich that wero the
germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the tystom of tho patient—
what would ielicve one ill in turn would aggravate tho oth.r. Wo havo, however, in
Quinine Wine, when 'obtainable in a.sound,
unadulterated state, a remedy for many and
grievous ills. By its grndual and judicious
use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by tho influence which
Quinine exerts in nature's own' .restoratives.
It relieves the drooping spirits of those with
whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of ii.tereat in life is a disease,
und, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to
sound and refreshing sleep—imparts vigor
to the action of the blood, which, being
stimulated, courses thnmghout the veins,
strengthening the healthy animal functions
of the system, thereby making activity a
necessary result,'strengthening the frame,
nud giving lifo to tho digestive organs, which
naturally demand increased substance—result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,
of Toronto have given, to the public their
superior Quinine Wine at tho usual rate, and,
gauged by tho opinion <if scientists, ^liis
wino approaches nearest perfection of any in
tho market.   All druggists soil it.   -
The Hands of the Worker
And his face also, will of necessity get stained
with Oil, Paint, Rust, etc.
The Master Mechanics
Extraordinary Soap
Will make all stains disappear, leave the skin
white and soft, and the tar of which it is made
heals any cuts,or bruises.
Sold by all dealers in good soaps.
Eow's -This?
We eflV'r Oil- Huiul-'-d Dollar** Reward for
a'iy ,-ii-vt- of Caiiiih that cannot be cu.ud by
Ilal.N t;ti!anh ("uie.
K   1. CIIKN'KY & CO.  Pro;j«i , ToJerlo, 0.
-*>Ve,   tha  uu-Ujr   y i."l,  have   Known   l-\ J.
(liiiieyf<-r th/» la hi li vc-ii'j ami lu-lii-vo bim
. rj'eeUy In,Tunable iaafi businrt-s trfuis'ai-tion.-s,
.1  c. tin neliillj- u\A-< o euiry out any < l.iig.iiion
nia e hy tju-ir firm.
W::s-i &'iiuj.\x,v\ ho.e-=:ile Di'iiK^i-sts.Tolulo.O.
Wammng,    K^nan   &   Mahvi.n,   Wholesale
Drufjff.ft", 'J < lo -"o, O.
Hull i Catarrh Cure I* taken internally, noting directly upon the blood ami mucous sur-
fHce- of the lysfein. Pi ice, 7 "if pf-r bottle. Sold
by all drugg Ms.   Testimonials free **
Hall's Family Pills are the be t.
Blue  Monday.
'"Yes, we hud quite a blowout at our
house early  this morning."
"Peculiar lime for it."
"Yes.    The ui-w hirej] girl blew out
tlio gas iu tlie gas stow, nud the gas
blew  out   the  side  of  the  kitchen."—
Cleveland Pin in Dealer.
1 UOW/AnA,     FACTORY, Montreal
Tlie Sxiltan.
Abdul Hamid smiled und blew the blue
wreaths of his cigarette ceilingward.
"Xo," he said, "I am not an advocate
of peace., Let there be war and plenty
of it.''
"Why are you thus minded?" askor]
the foreign diplomat.     ,'   ,
"Why, so lonj; as the powers nre on
war's edge with each other they won't
have lime to remember our iittle indebt-
ednes"."     '    . . ,
The diplomat quietly tore up his bill
nnd went back to his legation.—Syracuse
LI ei aid.
ImprcHKion  Correct.
DingiiHS — Didn't 1 lend you $10 -a
month or two ago?
Shadhnlt- Vou did. If you had a good
IwdpesK head on your shoulders, you
would be uble to remember a lonn like
!i-;it with absolute certainty and
v, ouldn't, linve to ask anybody about it.
o :x "^r id o :ixr o jr-
(Trade Mark Registeied November 21,1890 )
Dr. Panche asr'-ees to fake instruments back
a' half price if parties u.-inj,' them are not ben-
eflit-d after us:iig lor five wdks.
P. Free, Win-ii ■>• g, siys: T have ttsed "Oxy.d-
unor' for two weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh of the H nd, and I feel   ike a new man.
Mrs. F. L. Cco'v Winnipeg, say»:   I had suffered ui.tohl agonies Irom Bright's Disease,and .
it relieved mc of Pain, and i i s x weeks I was
3fr. W. G Ellworthv, Winnipeg, say: I have'
sufTc ed for ^ years with cirticu.ar iheumatism;
w i- in hospital for 5 week's, and used almost
every remedy, including mesmerism galvanism, electric"! elt, etc I have used Ox^donor
10 days and i eceived more benefit than from
' nything else.      "-
Mrs. Gagner. Winnipeg, says: I have used it
beneficially with my family-1 whenever sick,
and it hits cured me of severe indigestion and la
Su-i-dealera wanted in every district. Address
Wra T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.
The   Professors.'   IsivOKtisratlons.
Professor Brown is making an investigation as to how the peach stone gQt
into the peach, and Professor Black is
endeavoring to find out how the peach
got around the peach stone. Professor
Brown thinks tliat Professor Black is
crazy, and Professor Black is sure'tbat
Professor Brown is undenvitted.—Boston Transcript.
HOTEL BALMOML)^%\t.r5eoa1ipF^ef.l".c»AS:
I'robnl)Iy Slse Didn't.
"How are you getting on at your new
place?'' asked a lady of a new girl
whom sbe had recommended for a situation.
"Very well, thank you," replied the
"I am very glad to hear it," said the
lady. "Your employer is a very nice
lady, and you cannot do too much foilier."
"I don't mean to, ma'am," was the
innocent reply.—Stray Stories.
'    The Truck  I-'orouinn.
1>he track fort? in an actually accounts
for a greater proportion of the railroad's expenditures than any other employee, because the irrearest- cost of
railroading is io the roadbed, raid its
equipment and the expense cf r.inln-
taiuiug it. The track foreman is in
fact an Important employee, but about
the only time a p iss'-Micer ever sees
his sunburned fac" is while ho is Lu ing
whisked by between stations at till
mil ?s n>j hour.
$     EVERYTHING . ... -       S
We keep a large Stock always on
hand of
■   58?
We can fit out Dally or Weekly
Papers or Job Outfits on a
few hours notice.
We also supply READY-PRINTS,
Minard's Liniment Cures Bnras, Etc,
I.uekiuK   In   tlcsiiccl,
"1   jest   I.now   them  Chiny   fellers ain't
i;oin   t<>   neat   the   upiipem.it i-isi   of  Secret.-! ry il.iy'-. with nn ri>»pi-< k."
"Wii-il   d'si-   s-'pOM-   t!u.\"ll   do 'with   it,
"(I.i'asi' thrii  piui.iiN ui h il as 'Ike a.-'
iui.'" - I'l- \ i-i.ni.i   I'l 1111   ! >.-.iii-r.
175 Ora ST,, WflffllPEff.
MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.
Ono   Ppfi'c!   £5cim*ei3tMl.
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Jp_  IV  .;,. ^.,y^-;_'  iy-*;^  : li:m*i\  !���-      . *n--''t'-i-1'  y : A. U-'. "! '->  '���-;*  V.'**  �������:  lb J-]r%f^  y .->������;-I:'  !S  Tliree   IDa-rryprn.  A student cppljcd' Ihectber day  to  one of'the district courts for admission  ltt.-juactice,  anU   an "examining  com  ?m'ttee of one   vas   appointed   by   tho  ".ui.gL* to  acccifain   bis  qualifications  The examination began -with :*  -   "Po 3'ou smokn, eir?"'  - "T do. sir."  '���Have-you a t.p.-ire cigar?.,  "Yes."    ���*"  "Now, sir, what, ir, Ihe first duty of a  ".awyer?"       t~      -���  ��� ���   -  -    -To 'collect 'tees/'  "Kight; what ia tbe second?'"'  '���'To  increase   the   numbers of   his  clients."  *'��� "VVlien does  your  position   toward  yom client change?" V'      ���'  :   "When makiiig a, bill.of costs."  ".Explain."'        "'";''  "We are Lhen antagnostic.   I assume  ihe'eharaeter of plaintiff am!   he  becomes the defendant."  '*   "A suit once decided , how do you  stand with   thd   layer's   on   the  other  f3ide?"'    -'    '.'        '  '       ",   '���'     ".  r   ',Cheek by jowl."  '^Enough, fiirj you propiice to be nn  ornampnt  to' your' profession,  and' I  >'ish you'succeeq'.'  lTqw',you are ^wnre  "bf the'dnCy you'owo me?" '" " "''  *' "rPeifcctly."   "  "Describe it."  "Itis to invite you to take a drink."  VBut'suppose I declined?" ���  Candidate-      acratohes     big     head  "There is no instance of tlie'kind'on  record in the books.". ''  3 Yoii are figh't_*and 't)io confiednce  with w_hichr' you make ' the" Jiseertion  allows you'liaye read the law attentively. J/et's take tlio drink, and I'll Gign  yom* certificate."     "      '     * ��� ;   '  gg^gg^g^gg^^ggg^gj^^^^^^fa^^jgaiawij^  i,,fMJB<M,MTglEnr^^WM^TlI.Bnrfirige��gJ>^^  ���*=���^-^^���-w��lt*Mmwcifr��*^yftlnn<-n >i"l_<i  r  WIBUIiN'S   LUCE^  Charley WibUKQ aiid I are cou&izie,  but, sobi'eJidTc:vuZs-auiaraely..&2eia--fco *>e-  long'% the fosniiy ftt-'all.*- We hud no  Suchbgood fe^eads did we ttire.6 ba-  coae -that I- linger*sd on In the place f op-  a week, during, w'hicit tipie I grew daily-  end of relatacas, and he was agezteral    more uncomlort&ble at" the part I wois  o  says I merely took ao-  iim; bu_ J say,aattiBeats  Ehe Apted on It. ' '  She had asked the advjee of the  family pbysjeian. "Old |��fr. ICrepsus  lids a*3veak heart, lifise'n!'' Jie_" sho in-  'ciuired. ".Yes/' replicfl Uig doctor  "A. very weak heart; Ke ic Uk.oly to  drop off after the slightest cxcitenaBiit"  I'Aiid there is no - doubt about his  jVealth?" None; he fs " a rich njau.-'  .'.'The reason I inquired is that he has  asked mc to bs his ���syife," ?ajd thc /rank  young v/onian'. "Indeed!-" '.Yes; I  am glad I ee'ut for ybu.'' I know, now  just what to do." '"Yes?" "Yes," said  the noble girl. "We will have a quite  jypedding, followed by a large and . exciting reception.   -Thank you so much,  doctor.1'*  -,        .   - c  Halcyon Hot Sjirl^igg.  ' The most complete health resort on  the continent of iSor.h America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  granducr. THE HALCYON HOT  gPIUNGS Sanitarium, Halcyon-Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, T3. C. "Resident  pbysreian and nurse, boating fishing  find excursions. Telegraphic com-  rpunic^tion with all parts of the  world, Two mails .arrive and depart  daily. Terms, $15 to '$1.. per week  according to residence in hotel or  villas.n Its baths cure all nervous aud  muscular diseases. I(s waters heal all  kidney, liver aud -stomach troubles.  The baths and waters are "an invalu  ble remedy for silver and lead poisoning. '     ���   v  ftivorite witB. all,' eren somo, ha had  ���ever seen, for they would die and leave  him legacies, lie was -constantly getting" tsoino little "windfall" of this  tindy ttll at length: Charley Wibum's  luck" became - s , {joaerai catchword  among us���a synonym, for oil that was  iacky and fortunate.; ���*  One morning "at breakfast���wp were  artists and shared the same rooms and  studio���he received a bla-clOedged letter, which, _upon opening and reading,  he cast down with a discontented look."  "Another funeral to go to," he grumbled, "and hero are my pictures nnftn-  ish&d and next week is sending-in day I"  "Who is it now?" I asked. '.Another  legacy, I suppose, eh?" '     ,      ~   '"  ."Very likely,'* he returned, Indifler-  cntly���ho was so uflcd' to these things  he scarcely took any notice of thorn now.  "It's Uncle Alexander Stephen., Did you  know him?"  I shook my head.1  "Havo heard of  him; never saw'him," I said.    ���  '  -"I hardly knew"him'inyself,".Charley  explained���"at least, not since ,1 was a ,  , boy." It's a rare - bother, this, coming  ' just now. - Such a long" journey into the  country.   I say,' Jock, you have done  yoiir pictures and sentthem.in and have  nothing to do jfor^acpeH���couldn't you  ���go"down for meT^   ,"'  "What, in your nanK,?" I exclaimed.  '.Yea, why-riot"? "it's yesirs binco I  waa among any- of the set. ThJs letter  is-from a Mr. Parchly," the oollo'.tor to  the will, 1 suppose; he doesn't know me.  You are Jack Wibjjr/i���"-it's only a difference of la Christian naone, and it's all  in the family, you know."  To cut the inattcy'short, I had-to  consent���as I : genera, iy did whore  Charley was concerned. -     -   ��  I topk the lawyer's'.Jotter, as a sort  of- credential, and set out^ grurubling a  good deal -at what I considered Charley's'  .Mcheek" in thus makiig- use of ine.   If  I ha-d finished "up my'Work before he  had"it waa oaly'beenusft I had worked  at ft'more constantly bind elow; inotead  of ivHiping'tHe fidya-nViigo in the shape  of a lew days.'-rest,"Krmade'it dn'ex-  cItBe for sending 'Axe[ oij pii a lugt-ibrioiis  mission like this; and Charley would,  &q doubt,- haWfi gbod Jegeoy.' tpi>t out.  9* Itt     '      ':       *"���-"- '"  t i{l don't gttt.p3fcd iVb saush;" he'said  w me>  liV6thjip^ & jmndraJ &? .two.  Job Coulden't Havo Stood rt  If he'd had Itching   Piles.    They're  terrible an noting; but Bucklen's Arnica Salvo willkjure thc  worst  case  of  ��� . i  ?ilesonearth-.*,..It has. cured thous-  raids. For injuries, pains or- bodily  eruptious it's thc   best   salve   in   the  . hircUy wort-l. "jjolng 5<5wa   for." yots  kooxvU! f  So.I had to go���with no legacy in-  view at ay, smalj or large!   ' ���'  However, ,a�� I have said, I set out for  thVplace^���it vfes CeyonshLro���and in  due course'I arrived at the littlo town,  ftiid put up at a hotel for "the'night.  The iuneral wea'iixed ior the following  diiy, and on inquiry i* learned that the  h<?use 1" had to go to waa only a short  distance away. , ���-"  The n-ext day, therefore, saw me  among the assembled guests. _ found  out hlr, Parchly aqd silently showed  him his' own- letter. "Ah," en'd he,  "you are Mr. Wiburn. Very yood.  Clad to see you." I did not r^plyi so'  he concluded that I was Charley Wiburn, without having Vaid onythiijg  one way or the other,  But. when, alter the funeral,1 the will  came to be read, I found Charley waa  down for ��o,C00. That made meYhink  it harder lines than ever thnt I should  have had to come down in his place.  Thc weather was atrociously cold; the  March winds strong and blustering,  with showers of sleet, and snow, and I  felt cold and miserable. At the end  'A the reading of the will I was making my way sat to gvi beck to the hotel,  when some one said: "Mr. -Wllburn,  I believe?" I looked around and ttaw  u stiff, military-looking old. boy re-,  garding me with a smile through his  spectacles. "Charley," said he, "don't  you remember ma?-" I thought to my-  eelf: "Ohi now I'm in for it. Here's  a nice mesa���all through trying to aerye  Charley. Just my bad luck." . This  feeling did not grow,less when he said:  "Milly wants to ijpe&k to you. ^She  has been looking .at you, and says she  can handly recognize 3rou for her old  playfellow," (,rNo wonder," I thought  **It would be strange if she did.")  Sho ��� came up and shook hands, and  playing.- .At last I sought out Milly  one> day, alono, and confessed the iruth  to hor. f   '"   '  i -'   " '-  "I am not surprised," ehe said; "I  thought you were- not mueh like the  Charley I used to know. But I am  sorry for you���sorry "to think your  cousin should have got that ��5,000,  while you were not- even eo mueh as  mentioned."     ���,.,������.���  "Ah!'< -I said, with a olgb, ''that is  Charley's- luck���and- mine. ��� It is always tho same���always., has been, and  always will be-, I suppose."   -  I was thinking whar I dared not say  ���that, if-that ��5,000 had but been  mine, I could have asked ber to bo mine,  too; whereas, now, with my poor prospects���well, of course, it was,folly even  tc dream of such a thing.  I watched her narrowly after that,  but could see no difference in her treatment of meb  I had written to Charley, telling him  of his good fortune, and that I was gd-  ' ing to stayon down here for afew days;  but beyond a brief noto expreesing.won-  des? ot whatever attraction I could see  there at that time of the year, ho had  Baid" nothing and written' no further;  oof a word of thoaks or of reference-to  his �� 5,000 legacy.   ���"-<"-���  Another week" slipped by, and I still  stayed,om At the end of that time J  was in such a state of mind that, ono  day, finding mysolf alone with Milly, I  blurted out my hopeless lovo for her,  and said I sh"ould go away at once, for 1  felt that I could'nof possibly stay on  there any, longer.' Miily, always quiet  and self-possesoed, { remained silent  awhile, and'th'en Baid, looking down:"'  "I think you had better speak to  papa." ' '  -"What!", I rapturously exclaimed;  *do ypu really bid me hope, MiBy?' Do  you really-'think'there'1 is a possibility  of your father������* I stopped and shook  my head. "Alas, no!"* I said; "such &  thing could not happen to mo. It would  be Charley's luck,'that���not mine."  ' ''.-'Well," said Milly composedly, irtbey  .say"you never know "your luck till you  ,ry;- but if ypu are too''faint-heaa-ted to  'fry; "why,-oicourse-^T'''' ' '"   "'  ,Hr?v@Hm.t^o?��ai_/,^bi��,iitiont. "   ' "  Ajh. I g*vp hlj*s'Md��sj'i3J��aJ7.H��g &M  ried���and   ho  Vantage of him; but J say,     .  say before, it in all hL*���nek������cad_��?*��*���  -���Gentlewoman'. wt?    ' r; '    "    ''  , Freshen six herring-for 24 hours, then  cut them in pfe��e3 and "place in a dish  in which they "are to be served,   place  one cuplul ofVofvery strong vinegar.in  a sauco pan, add the beaten yolks of six  eggs, one-halt pound butter, two large  grated onions, one heaping teaspoonful  of mustard and one' tablerfpoonful of  sugar.   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Was  health.  Kliiclt-ml'.Ji's iron Nki-  the   re.-Uit   oi   his    ,-]i!r-n IJ,!  Indomitbie will and ticmuul '  oua energy arc not found whore Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are  out of order, II you want these qualities and the success they bring, use  Dr. King's New Lifo Bills. Only 25  cents ai Hope it Beatlics JMig  Store.  ��� t  J^otico of JJiMnlution of Partnership.  Koticc is lin.ieby piven Unit the i��iitii(>if-hi]j  bcrctufoio oxiitinjj between thy unilui'-iBiiod  to,  liotcl     kucjien     und.ir     (lie     immo, slvli;  then and there. She seemed to be the  loveliest, mosir*adorable creature I  had ever seen.' "A sudden resolve came  Into my mind. Hather than ran tho  risk of losing the chanco-I now had of  speaking to her I would say nothing  about my not being "Charley," let tho  coneequenced be what they might.  "Don't you' remember your little  playmate, Milly?" eaid she, with a  bln.sh and au entrancing look of ber  beautiful eyec "Well, it's not go surprising, for 1 should never have known  you, either, if Mr. Parchly had not  pointed you out to mo."  Beforo I exactly realized what I was  doing I was whiBked ofi to Maj. Hain-  field'H house���as I found the name of  Milly's father to be^���io dine, calling at  the hotel for my evening "toga" on the  way.  I found the major's house a neat,  quiet-looking little place on trio outskirts of the town. He lived olone with  his daughter (hia wife being dead), a  housekeeper and one servant. Though  everything was comfortable, there waa  that indescribable air that gave one  the impression that they were not too  and r>i unci MueKiMi/ c <? .���ur_n.ni nt Mo; io, r, c ] well of? as regards this world's goods,  tins h'".-ii IM? rtr.y ci_->r>)ved by irutual   ci-ii-cni.1     Since I was not too well off, either,  All cielitsoY.-inztotliu.jr.id viirtnersiup nfl. t0 ! this would not have troubled me, but  beiniicibv:.'.,*.. ;.ra.K'.i|ziciit Mo;i0, x.c., M1() j for that legacy of  ��5,000 I waa sup-  pc��ed to have come in for.   "Waa that  nil claims i-vJn^t 'n'- A.'AA luiitiiprjiij, arc to be  presented to tli.< mu.1 N. .\, McKcivi-j, by uliom  the mime <vill ho ^fftki!  Dated Hi.'Moyic, Ji. .', this im d��\ of October.  A- D. 10CO. N". A. Miieir.'ii/ip,"  :!-:";  K". A.  Fred J-'ulluiiu.  t'f.  the secret cause of this sudden friendliness?" I asked myself. But when T  looked at Milly, and saw the frank  glance of her truthful, honest-looking  c-yea, I ie'.i uehumfd of myself; nor,  ���,v?ien "' i'erra:'".ed '";o ran ior, and noTed  gluing tot darlpg to aak lot Ms datig'h  terffi hand, when, aa I was bound to toil  tiipxf T waa no^. Charley,' but Jack Wi-  '.hiirn,- and I had no ��5,000 legacyv anS  no prospjects'ia partioulay, 'and' **fio  luck!"   "    "'    *",   "  ",.'���  "H'a,'! saijl the major, "how is it  Master' Charley cornea in for all the  luck'in this way?". ������    '  "I don't know, sir," I aiitrwercd, dolefully, "He goes about more and makes  himself more'liked, I think, while I���"  I hesitated..  "While you stick at home and work.  Iethatit?"heieaked. ',  "Well," I a-eturned, ''I try my best.  You see. I have nothing else to rely on-.-  ,or hope foi*���like Charley/' It's his luok-  ���and mine I"  "However," said the major, "I have  been told you get- your pictures hung,  and sell them, which Is more than he  does.   Is that luck, too 7"  To this. I made no reply, I could not  see ita relevancy,  "Now, look-here, Jaok Wiburn,"r the  major went on.   "I knew you were not  Charley Wiburn." (I looked up in sur-  'prise.)   "ililiy told me; and I have made  certain inquiries of my own, and I have  something to tell you.   The late Alexander Stephen Wiburn was a very old  and intimate friend of mine, and had  long ago set hi_s heart upon Milly's marrying'Charley" (hero I jumped up excitedly, but he waved his hand tome, as  a sign to be quiet).   "But he"was determined thau, if it came about at all,  Jt should' be spontaneous,   and    not  through any compulsion or unworthy  motive.    But in that will you heard  read the'other day there was oometJiing  you did not hear���it was mixed up in  another matter; but it cornea to this:  That if Milly married 'his nephew,' he  and she were to have a certain turn  between them to begin housekeeping.  I have consulted Mr. Parchly upon this  matter, and be agrees with me that, as  Charley's name Ls not expressly mentioned, and as he would not take the  trouble to come down himself,'even to  tha funeral of his poor old uncle, who  hod been so kindly disposed to him, if  Milly likes you well enough to have yen,  you and she will be Just as much entitled to the Bum sot aside as If Kasfcca'  Charley  had married  her, and I am  sure I shall not object to the situation.  In the will the only condition te that  Milly shall marry 'his nephew,' and, oi"  course, you oro b.<3 much his nephew a:;  Charley ia.    Therefore I leave it with  Milly; if sho says 'yea," I say thcaanv^,  and yon will both have something to set  up housekeeping with,"  No need to tell thc joy with which I  heard the unexpected news, or the  heartiness with which I thanked the  kind-hooxted major.  "I'll go oQ and tell Milly at once/' I  said; but I had not fjpone far when-he  called me back.  "You don't ack how much you will  have to start housekeeping upon," ho  said.  "What matter. R_r, aince you think  i b enough ?" I answered.  "H'm;   but you may as well know.  You might not thbdc it enough."  "How much is it, then?" I asked,  "Fifty  thousand  pounds," said   the  major.  And this ia whai Charley loet and I  gained by that journey���Milly (worth  'norc t]i;.;i .-ill) and .Cj-i.P&d  House painter, grainer,  glaai?r.   and    paperhanger.  -All-.work_o'n perfect 'surface'guran teed.   Prices ac-  1 cording to "quality and  stock required  COUKT _tlOyiT_.   .  No. 4005.  Meets on the first and  hinl Thursday <Jf each  mon lit.   Vlsitiuff brethren iirviicc. to attend.  ..     ������ i  i  LEWIS THOMSON. V. 8.  ��  v  WILDEY _f_PDgE NO. .4|.  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall op Victoria, otreet. Sojourning  O.dd'JTsllQF/p cordmlh/ j.ayitpd.'  Wholesale   and  ��1  Retail Butchers,  Moyie, B^C.  PATKONIZE ;;���.,    ���,  WHITE LABOK  - >  By Sending Your Work To the  .uON LAUNDRY.  PHILIP CONJiAD, Prop.  a, A, 8MI72T, ��. 0.  A. _?. SENKKDY, Tr.E_.fl.  r, ..mqoae, Ji-,e.  P. 3, SXYTHf r, _,  SHOPS    _yf  GOOD WORK.  I-MIICK3  JiEASOXAnil.  Ty^**""** '?P^��Wrt.��w^rwwm��H  *K&tiriMk*r*PCIJCS  CHAS. P.  OAMPBBIiL,  Funeral Director  and  Emfealiner.  Graduate ofjCham-piou College oi tbe  I'nilorl State?. Upholstering and general furniture repairiug. Oflico and  store, Aiken's block, 'near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  Moyip   Miners'  Union  '* *  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday}  evening..   Sojourning    members    arcs  cordially invited to attend.  II. IJ. DlMOCIf, P. T. SJtYTH,  ' President. "���       Secretary.       ._.^_  ji    ,'  (. ,    ^-^���^~���������._~������.���.  Bloyie Bo^rd of Trade-  Moots in tbo Moyie school  house on the first Wednesday  evening of eac). month at  fi o'clock sharp/  J. P. 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Tourist card pass Mod- -.  icino Hat daily for  St.  Paul,'  Saturdays  for Montreal   and    '  Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto.  DAILY    TRAIN.  WESTBOUND JEASTBODND  18 :21 lvc MOYIE Ivo. 8 4.4  Connects at Maclcod for Calgary  and Edmonton and at Medicine Hat  for all points cast.  Connects at Kootenay Landing for  ���,ill points in West Kootenay, Slocan  and Boundary districts, and for Pacific coast and main line points via.  ltcvels.oke.  Al'ply ior UntOP, Maps Time Cfinls Tickets atitJ  Kull  Inluiiniifioti fo Kuurest I.ounl  Agent, or  L, M. Mansfield, Afjont, Moyie.  - ���    JlDEJKfaPltSTo  OOIco and Residence    CRANBROOK,  If youcannot bring your  witching," send it   to   tlio  MOYIE LATJNDKY  PRICES REAS0NABLE.  xa:i: ��v in'cisEv.  Photogratihv  XX. V  AN1JEUSON,  T.P. A, Neii-ou  J- COVI.I-:,  1        i ,, Villi, ('  "+,-*Se!%fS*!mr  Christmas is coming. Get  your [sicturcs taken to send  homo. PREST, the photographer, will visit Moyio on  each Saturday. Flashlight  pictures taken at tho Moyie  or at your room or house.  Lcavo your orders at once.  No time to delay.  Prest & Go.,  Photographers,  Craubroolc,     Moylc,     Fort Soolo.  Wi 11 Y i 3 ��� -_ Moyio on  Tiio^ulay r'itt Wod'U'Silf.v  Prices Given  and Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  S 8 R    P8  g jj Wo Sl-S  $ .{������sjji.JLeg  ARK  **��  ^^&Wi:^mM


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