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The Moyie Leader Oct 19, 1901

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Array /  V  > /  /  S  s  fr*1      *-  '  4 ���*<������'  ', ��� ���   ��� . y  y ��    , / /  -. ..,  ^*  -'/"  *$F\  %n%  it  #0L.4,NQ 2?.,  MOYIE, B. a. OCTOBEE 19. 190L  12 A YEAR  #sets.   Seine beautiful, patterns in"'iVbt  ��Dr8S3,Qopds, .   ���   . ,.     ���    ���   ���' -'- ���  ft  ';V:  P.*  Js-J-Ja.  m  I In gentlemen's lines the fir-e^t stock of  ��_s  Ml III  Senate. Turner Spates His  - ��� Method of Treatment of  ' Lead and Producingr'  ���  a Market.  Light underwear from 7(j eta esiliand'Hn,  Summer bats from 25 eta up  Gotten hose'from 15,cent, up,     "   ?    ,  4  ITU r-flJA"  ''   ,. Itf. A. MacKeszie,?Proprietor.    ,  The Hotel for the. masses., -Everyt,hra^' ^irst  in every,.. rcrp-^at,..b^amr>le- ..Ro^ir^-. for    ..  Commercial Men.  Senator George Turner, one of the  promoters o. tho 'MarysV-llo' smelter  and rofinery and interested in the  Sullivan mino, baB stated to U.o Kelson  Miner that his company intends -to  erect a lead'refinery with the proposed  smelter.   . "���  The senator in substance stated that  the low price, of lead' had made it  practically impossible' for ci'lver-lead  mines: having ore of an ordinary grade  to make any 'profit by sending their  output,to the smelters in the United  States and pay the .exorbitant freight  and treatment charges imposed by the  smelter trust.       �� -  Contemporaneously with   the  eri-c-,  tion of tbe smeller it is   the  intention  to put up a lead  refinery.    It is  contended by Senator Turner ami   hia  s-.s*  sociaies thai' by   smelting   the ore in  British ^Columbia .and  refining' it  in  the same place   thato 'they can   fiud   a  marked for their lead, -and that  mines  of ;.'. comparatively low grade can thus  be made to pay.    As far  as n, market  is cono-rned, first, there is   the- htpue  market to be supplied and  then  ibire  are the foreign markets.  Oi-. Perry QrceJr. ������  Placer mining  on   Perry   Greek   is  now quite an eaten si ye industry.   The  property being worked by j,,Thomson  and JauI-5 brotheis continues to show  up.n'fine shape.    The shaft' is neaily  completed, other cabins a~Q ready  for  occu))ation and   everything   ia   about  ready   for   "winter.     Thoy   Will "'work  two   ehitfis   during   tl'.e.   winter:   Th'e  cler.n-up3 show s-itiGfactor? resu-ts, the  largest being $32fr. -Messrs. Thompson  and  .Bunks  have  done   an   immense'  n mount of work 0:5 their property and  now have a Qnp equipment as a result,  and are m good .shape- to   push ..ahead  this winter."      -  lleesrs. Thompson and'Banks started their shaft last October and did  not-stiike beadrbek until April, haying  sunk 50 fept under'the most trying  circumstances. Then when thay had  only driftedo.ut two sets, high water  washed oijt their flume and filled their  shaft. But the boy. bad the nerve to  stay with it, a,ad are prospering ��� today  in consequence.     ,       ,"'   ".   " .   ,  McDonald and  Will Quit  3Iay Deport-Allen Miners.  Northport, Wash.,' Oct. 17.���Edward  Williams, special immigration   officer  of thc Dominion government,   is here  making a personal investigation of the  method which is being used to   secure  men' for   the   Kosajand'   mines.    Mr.  Williams ha3 been stationed at   Ross-,  land,for some   time  looking over  the  situ.it.uQ there, but finds ''this  a' more'  convenient-   place   to  work   from   as  almost all of  the   men   who  aie   em-  ployed at   the", mines' .pass    through  Norttipoi t.    He will thus have a  very  good opportunity to study 'ho inducements ollered by   the companies   and  their-agents.  Mr. Williams is instructed with U>-'  enforcement of the Oamuliau alie.i  labor iaw, which was enacten by Gnu  ad.1' to olfset tlie contract 1 uv now en-  WAIT Ml IBM Bid  Force How is Practically all  Non-Union Men and They'  ' are Ye^y'Unsatisfactqry  to the Company.  It is highly probably that Bernard  Macdonald will scon retire from the  rannagernc.:tof the Lo Hoi mine at  Rowland. It k practically ��� settled  that Bela Eadish will retire from the  management of the Le Hoi smelter at  JSTorthport. These two developments  are" the most important result of the  recent visit which was made to Ross-,  land by Harry Bratnober, who ranks  amongst the- larg.e;-t shareholders of  the Le Roi company.'  It is believed that the retirement of  Messrs. Macdonald ' and Kadish will  simplify the strike .situation greatly.  The mine company his- realized this  facVbut has been indisposed to retire  Mr. Macdonald under tlie fire yf opposition whic'u has been entered .against  him.  Jitiloi*   tilO T.cl'.o i".-5_��*i.  The shaft at- the tioriy Lake   Biioro  tunuc-1 of the St! Eugene is now down  about ilO feet and between %';i and -10 ,  ieet below the level of tho lake.    It wa3  fpared    that    Ike    water   might ��� give  trouble   v/ken    the   kike     level     was  reached,  but so  far not   tlie slightest  difficulty has   ,becn    met   with.    ,uiy  water which seeps it:   spei:;.-;;   to  como  from the  mountain aide  1 a ther   than  that which the hike is  on. ' As yet it  has not evt3n been found  nccejsary   to  install a pump. Tho shaft is lo_bo continued at present to a depth ot piQ'feet,  and. the find level will   pe   t;p-uc-d   off  12o- feet   down,  which    will   leave   .1  slump of 15 Jee't.  From   the  125   foot  level   crosscut,  will be run for 50 feet in either  direction to tap the   north   and   the  fiouth  veins.    The   drifting   will     then    bo'  pursued nlong the veins to get beneath  the   ere   bodies.    These   have --beoi-i  proven by the upper .workings abovo  the level 0/ tho mouth of tho shaft and '  below for  a   depth  of 300 feet,' by  diamond drilling.   In  other parl3 of  the mine development work, is  under  way.  Msryayillo Tojvnalte.  The new smelter townsiteof Marys-.'  ville seenis to be 'on ihe verge of -i  boom. According to, Mis Cranbrook'  Herald there are,'several lots spokeu  for by business men, and different'  lines will be represented as soon as  people can get buildings ready'for 00- '  cupauoy. Messrs. John Hutchison  and F.J3. Simpson, of Cranbrook, have  secured thtf exclusive agency'o'f'al.1 the  property in the town,   aud   will   bmUl  i an office at once".    They will also pit'/'  rhe movement to teopen  the   mine }]igh a newspiiper at  MarydVllla   ^ be  KOYIE.  "R-.^-_-  ritish Columbia  forced    by  Olho    United 'States.'    Tht;  OaiiadjivU -hi ,v dovd not apply   to- countries npc having a similar law in   force  The   American  lead' trust   pays    -J [against  Canada.    'The  nressnfc   prob  cents a pru.;d for laa-1  ,t;>  tlub Unittu j ieru is veiy peculiar  md unlike-   auy-  Stales rnrnc   owin-rs,   and can not,  nf* j thing ever  de<;ideil   by  the  dominion  1   6���_ .? c 'i..kdt  ���! 1 he Un'Acti ,SLate.- 'authuri.ie.'i undor th't- al:en ttc.\ - * -'   ���  The.men an- Oro-Jgh; htrc ostensibly  to work iu the smelter and ainiost all  of them do work for a time varying  from a week to a month before goi n��  to Jtosslan'd. Tho course ~.6 be adopted"  by the Canadian authorities will prob  ably depend largely ,on   the  discovcrv  o  ot a precedent of in the enforcement  of the United States contract labor  law.    If   a   c.ise   can    be    discovered  Ne*  flu  r Hew Line, of Fall' Clothing :Fos* Men  And Boys deserves all the praise that  can be bestowed on them. With the  variety and style we can make every  man and boy in Moyie into a walking-  fashion plate by securing one of our  shapely suits.  SEKGE SUITS  '"'���i.' old standing serge. Nothing  Wler to wear, Nothing looks so well,  Nehavo more variety (his fall than  -���'-'���', The old-time worsteds are alsu  t0 be found amongst them, Prices  ^'gtit,. They're higher elsewhere. '���  Smallest Prises,  Br  TWEED SUITS  In every good cloth. Made well and  cut well. Not made tn solj, but in  wear and look swell, Tt will pay you  tol.ouk them .over.  Our Picadilly suit is made especially  for winter wear,  to nv.rktk the lead, but thio-is not thu  case with the British Columbia producer of-lead. He can find a markeL  in the Orient. China, for instance, use.-s  an enormous quantity of .lead' for  wupping lea, and there has always  been a steatiy and rdyblc ma_-kct' f.-ir  it thc-re.  Lead will not always  remain   at its  present price, and one reason why  it.-;  value has fallen is owing to the war in  tlhiuu,   which has   lessoned   the  output ot ten, and as a result lessened the  consumption 01"   load1.    .Now   that  the  troubles in China are  about - over   the  production will soon   become   normal,  and therb will be an incrca:cd demand  for lead, and   a*    a   result   of. this   a  market for the lead of British   Columbia at belter prices,    lie contends that  (here will   be   no   competition  m   the  Orient from Amuricam lead,   but   that  the Prilish   Columbia . ptoducer-. will  have to-meet Uie- competition   offered  by thc  Spanish   aud    the   Australian  end.  In speaking about when the smelter  would be completed the  senator  said:  "We are going to E.tst, Kootenay   to  look  over   the   ground,   and   it   the  winter is an open one we will   bo   able  to   have   our  smelting    and    uJining  plant   finished   and   in   operation    by  March 1 next, year, but  if   the   winter  j is inclement it may bu May 1 before it  I is iinibhed.    The intention is   lo   have  j two furnaces of 150 tons each, so ;h;K  I one will be able  to   relievo   the   other.  At. first wc   will   operate only  one  of  the furnaces.    It is intended to reduce  tbe 0"e of other mines-', and as the output increases ulditions   will   be  made  from time to time, in accordance with  thc requirements.  . "East Kootenay, already has three  great producing mines���the Sullivan,  the St.-Eugene and the .North Star���  and a.'number.off others are being ' developed. Even at the present price of  lead the oro of the Sullivan v.'iil avar--  n ge .|;22 to tho ton, und we bare, certain  there is no doubt with a smelter and  re.iuory it cati be made to yield handsome dividends.  is  fairly   started.    Between   400 and  500 mt-n arobeported   to   bo   woiking'  in the'Lo Hoi group.   Thoy aro practically all non-union men.dind they are  not satisfactory to the company, which  would be glad to get the old men back  if thoy could be induced to come back.  No promise will be   made   outright   to  them 'i0.y6-i i-Li^xse in way us lo $r>   a  day f-jv' mucki-rs.    It.   was  intercbliug  to hoy, hoivcii.-r, chat in a   recent in-  -tfv.'-_ti", giv��n   no   the  Spokesman-I!.--  'viey, iilr. ilarry jjratuober   saitl    that  v/.!" "i   thc   miue   &iiuuLd   be   put on  a profit   making, basis,   tire   company  might increase the wages  to  $3.    lie  added diplomatically  that   if. such  an  advance was made, it would come from  the company and not n- Response   to  the demands of tho strikers.  known as the Marysville Tribune, uud  the first number will .be issued the"  first of next mouth.  where the American   authorities  have  Metal QuoSnyoii'si  "New'   York,   Oct.  17.���Bar���,silver,'  57t]   ceiil;!,    Lead,   price   for   miners  and snicltois, .^Jr.oTc at the'close. Copper,'brc-- -.'..'.V Mt'i--'"  .Lom'-.i!"!, OH. IV  excluded Canadian immigrants   under  the same circumstances it is probable  that a large part of tho  Le   Koi  force  will bj  ordered   deported^    Otherwise  it is not likely that   anything   will  be  done, as tho alien  act   is  intended   to  operate  tiie  sam-j   as   tlio   American  coutract labor law and to be   enforced  as thc lav/  has  been   onlorcud  against  Canadaian    citizens.     Mr.     Williams  will at once forward his report   to   tho  government.  Mr. Williams was very reticent con-  corning his mission and its probable  results but there is excellent authority  for attributing the following statement  to hi in :  '���The alien labor law has been    _],-,o-_  ranlly violated,   but   a  stiiefc   enforce-  ment^yould   without   doubt   result  in  much international friction aud  work  .1   hardship  both   on   citizens   oi    llie  United States and Canada.    A just and  amicable settlement   would   preferable  to all concerned, but if it is impossible  lo cocurp such   a   settlement,   I   am  fully persuaded that  tho  law  will   be  strilly enforced and all   men   brought  in under any cotitiact, express or   implied, will be ''erorted.  "I think that the companies Will be  forced to take back iheir old men, and  it is my belief that a settlement will  not be-loug deferred. As to my work,  lam not peri'niUed to speak concerning it, but you can judge troni what I  have already. st>id wh.n-t is likely/to our  Will Sink to Bedrock.  A meeting of tli'o owners  of  placer  claims on Lamb creek was,held at the  Loader oifice last Wednesday evening.  Eleven   were  present  and   24 claims  were represented.    It was decided that  all would contribute to a fund   to   be  used in   sinking '"a  shaft   to  bedrock.  It will be   decided   tomorrow   or    the  uext  day    upon   which   one   of   tho  various claims this shaft will be  sunk.  This shaft will sh-.uv what there   is   on  bedrock   an.l     will   determine   as    to  whether or not r the   ground   will   be  worth working. ' On   tho surface   the  dirt runs from 25 ceuts to $1.   to   the  yard, ami several colors to the pan can  bo gotten from one end of the creek to  the   other.    It is   expected   that bedrock will be reached within 30 feet.  Another meeting will be held next  Moedny and arrangements will be perfected for carrying on the proposed  work.  Giaml Master Uogs AVas Hero,  Grand   Master   Wm.  Hogg  of   the-  I. O. O. F. was in Movie on au   official  1 - i  visit this week and attended- tho  regular meeting,of the lodge Monday  evening. There was a ��Ood attendance,  and Mr. Hogg delivered a masterly ;;<__-  tirca*. He complimented theVlodaredr  the progress which it has made sincq  being, organized. ' Tuesday morn inf.-  he was shown around-,the .town ancj  the mines, und Tuesday afternoon he  left for Cranbrook.  LOCAL    NEWS.  Social _N~exl "VToihiosilay.  The Ladies' Aid of Iho, Pre&hytcritin {  chinch will hold a   social   evening   in  the Odd Fellows' hall next Wednesday  evening, October 23:d from 7 :..0 to 11  Jack Fitzgerald, who recently met  Charlie Gofl'iu the ring at Cranbro-.k,"  is in town for a few days.  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. - Angers left for  eastern parts on a visit last Monday  ��� Dr. John Baroer, the dentist, is here  for, a few days'and will be pleased to  accommodate anyone needing hi?  services.  D. J. Johnson, the contractor, cai'ne  up from Elko this morning.  Ed Hill left yesterday   for  tho   east '  and it is expected ho will return about  Tuesday with a bride. ' *  Mrs. P. J. McMahon .went to Elko  yesterday.  There was a dance given at the  Hotel Kootenay Tuesday evening iu  honor of G. A. King, who expects to  soon leave for'Washington and Idaho  points whero he has a couple of .mills  to build. He will not go! away "for  about two weeks yet. It is his intention to return to Moyio early i.u the  spring.  Ldwk Thomson, L, A. Ridkers and  J. M. Chutterton wore iu Fori. .Steele  Wednesday attending court.  Malcolm  Giant   was   in   Cranbrook  policy,  rRi'i'-Woliatot SIai-riago.  A-quiob wedding took jplaco at th.  residence of J\ E. Crowe last Sunday  evening when S. Y. Parr of Movie and  and Miss Webster of Winnipeg were  joined together in matrimony'by 'Rev.  j'.   -  For a Ijibrnry.  Pev. T. R. Peacock of the Presbyterian church is starting a movement  to establish a library .and reading  room in Moyie, Tho project is an excellent one aud should be encouraged.  Apublicmaetingwiil.be hold . in the  Odd Fellows', hall ' next Thursday  evening to discuss the matter and  perfect arrangements.  o.y r,/; b,i7. ���;  ! OilU '.Oil  t;i. yd  Smelterimtu were If ore.  Frank Hogan/F. S. Austin and E.  W.L.Sheridan. .. About eight .cuupk-.s j I>. Sanders of the Sullivan ni.ino and  were present. Mr.,and Mrs. Parr wi!1 ! .Marysville snuilior . 8U>np"d off hero  ���r-f-itlo in Moyk.-. ���  M ;. ... 'a it is a e.-ir;>on- j y-. ster-lay on '-h't-ii way   l>ack   to   Spo  Thoy ihsjH'ctevl ihe St. Eugent-  j tor uud is work in'.; u';:ii.O'int,i';ui.!r   A. i kuno.  .j��f-jphe:ise.n on thc school hotu-6.'_ :        |iiii:ic  p.m.    The    program   will   consist   of  readings, roc-it a lions,  short   speeches, ! Wednesday.;  sir.ging, instrumental  music and   par-.     q. A. Foote has rajvj.I Jiis   t.y.oring  lor   games.       Refreshments    will    bo j 3��,tM.dishing    lo   (ho    Kluier   building  served by tho ladies.    Admission  free, j nesir th9 Kootenay  h ,tel.  A heaity invitation is extended   to all.      ir,.���,i  it;h    .^, ,.   ,    .     .   n  ���' ��� I'red  Hill.,   acountant   at   tlie    St,  Eugene mine, is Spending a   few ''.days  in Kaslo and Xe.lson.    He is taking., n,  well .deserved holiday.,-.     '���''/'[  Mourice Orowo   returned \o  Moyiq  Weduesday.  'M. J. Bii|3hiinar.v has returned  fro:ii  hia trip to the Buffalo exposition.  Divine  service   will  be    conducted  Sunday evening in   tho   Obd TM'.owV  hall by Rev. T,-.R7 Peacock-, at 8, o'clock'  p.m.   , A song, service 'will be!  gi'vi-h   at  a, quarter  :to   .eight,   bs.iuni'iiy ��� 'sch-Moi ���  and bible   class   at    .'..   o'clock ��� j;.    n-.  oting  nieii jvi\;   siioci.iliy  "ii'ivit,o 1    tu  .thel v.rci-'. :iuitii pb-ased with it, | attend both service*;. ;r-vr;-;r.y  shed  :#  ,!..,  yu ���<-/._.  tiKi-ii  ������ b;."b HM.f '.-���  yy'o^i,.e;y,ho/'p^bp'j;'-  '&& s. y.tyy  ;i?li-  uyyy  sS^y it  \f ill', jj  y iii oi-- .....'���'--'  *������%������, si^xr^ -"',' V?:" ���"  i::y_;b_3rB?s_S��___sss  Q-FbTJ^  MOVle: '**  'ircath (,-;.;  '���.,-. v.- '.'b'"  'Tlio ';-;__'i  '..jwny-ii-fi'  '���"ru'm./i-o;-.':  ; .:"*t  r;rr';r;f  ys  ���;04;,E-';.e.:i..  . 'J"t|ltnV,f_'lj'd:'.'vai'l.OU.t.-t.K  y-i-ujiUi: r!.;i,,"(ir Vpity.-otcic-fe.fi'  '���0': tbe yenpauy  ���SiEEiyfB  Itsr.voy, -.r-s'CiiW'o'r.wj./  ;;2"i;RNJ��, J  y;Mo.y,r,^  rrrlyy.--:-:;;;:,::.^ -if yb    ' '.ii .  ' f;'-f'bV  '!bl'\. ho'^^ y", b^ . "iyiy i^JWt&fr^ ,   ,. ,-'"'b '   f 'b,  ^ry'r,risy(.,,',;b:b;.,;bbibii3i  y^fe;;;���^^ r "b'bry.��';'' ":r'.y,",;'  .'.b-7yT,,:c;_,r,;'^  ^b^'-'-'   ���^ ^fr.bb-b^b^  f ATUixDAY, .OCT. .; ;l(b ��� bli.'0I.;  \V"i!h fflis rii-eeUori "of a'" -smelter  rehn'erybwhoy  rS&  ���������an';.!  ���-A;;->!_-"��� .koole  .i��ino,i;y,;tho ^yibbVabbfc^ .,:,;:  ir.-iter i-or.-. tli."l .'������ninvi'��j;.,T, yy,,...-i,;-.-.,v,;,, ,;        .':   r����� ,,,,,.��� ������. -���������;.- ryya-y<Jj-ipai:\ sinamsor-  &*imye y wer, andfity.barebynyy Ivtetfi',. v.   Permfciiou of ibe.ecre^y   ^ r'b' ?.. ���'J?- '. ^ j  to-sh.-roi; !hcv-SvatBr-ir.im'.Hnv'i+nir?,..--;;t.'W,ii.,.4'-','' '���;���"-'��� >:-'i'  ���'";";   ���������->    ;���-.'  '��� ':'.������: ."- r "������:-'���' :;;'���   "���'.-��� ���������'-A  -P  -y 'W^Xf '���   '���'"'"���/������"     ���?'  &;���' Rb^". 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"-....;   "��� :' ��� '..���,-���..���.'   :..'-" .-.'.. ������'"-��� r   .' '-''i:  fForfhire,by.fthe. hourly; hyf' 'yyi  fHhc..''Myi - Mpderbte|''ratds.^b^:;  lbb^--;?cx.M^|p:  'by"':b^;'.b'b; :b:?rdBriet6r,f'::::b:r;  ';;;'"';;:j':1lga||^  J^ep8ff;^e^.7M;tf  Market afiords. 7^h^ -r��-^ ^obT^ifc^MSS i  ���tli,e water cbtapany. Wfiter vi'll tlien be Hirnt-ti  ofFandrfurnfcd -on dgain b-ith^ut^cbarge,  uutno.remission of front '���'Aviil'f 'he madebforva  per.0<il ��f ^��-*s than orvc mtfutiibbr.'��� jvitfiqiit,r'th-e''  J.'iiJSi3j  ^EEI^hqIe  SI* ,r  ^Hot, Cold ahtrViaporfBaths^  /5.  "'��?;'  /ft  (i\  , ��.*  \W  !(_���.���  <?;  ���<r>'..-  &  *>  ������<��".  .ft.,; .       ......  .fjV-;MO;yiffi;v,-{;^ra-y  _;"  b3f|rliet afiords. ^y^  b;|g|G^S,^0^;^ ���v^ -   ' -  v_;.'::  - w ���-���  :���   W -  ...'���'.'&':  ':b-i,:b_''7b.'l;7ffbfb-ff':fc;;.b.';7f.;b;��f;"  IRTISH COttntllJlA   I  .���.������1",J-S".B0-  order, '.-though''  hi,  i , i>  faiciuiesquoyifjenefy ..along' tlfe '.line,  ihrough tbo^nieeriiver.torgGirfthlJ  ���'"'.;;,himpvivtion rwill ���douDtiessb;;cpulari_.o  'fhe'breakb'oam ' mode of ��� fcra  ,-bpugpracUcedfbyy,hat  r|es3f������ra'ati'dio.u.o��� ���'hratich f of", the   leiauirti  fb^UiBs���- the touring bobo.r   b...   ",'   ; b  .-..-'���'������;     .Cb'-'.i.-iJ^Jti'-f'pi? -'OHffiHK.. :." '    "y'\-  '������ ���  ';f.��.tb|3.eeen ibe last; of', Albert' Geiyer,  the celebrated'scab.herder/'wiiowabto  run the mines on spaying basis for all  ; hands. ,  -.At,the c-upvem<.'.(joiirt'fchis.wecilt'botii  y��f thoajHieiUslroi.iTtbirpohco buayi-.  brate's-decioibn wi'vobhmwn. out,"wiih'  bppsfcf. and.asn result ;hu:.;;550 f(-   fines  ..will go to. the receiver .geneni'r; odica.  The $200 puf, uo ior C0;jt;, fr;..   Lh(j  ap.  peal .will go, tP ibe successful lawyer  aud by the time tha'tMessrs. Daly and.  Hamilton are settled.with for 'defend-  use-of- otiaere ,to wliora.-.it may .too accessibib  .;���".'  f;;.r."b   "     b'\'-.?vr,E'S.;.;..',--fbf-ry''e"'-b '.'<'���  .yyiierc.\i>ator: is Vuow-fsuppiiodv through bub  ���service to scyera] fbouses, families 'or i-cirfph's  tne oecretrry...aay.-^ his.discretion ;decline tb  furnish, water u a til- serrate' .-sei: vices ���' ard.. p ro-  ,vidc-u,oc jriay coiiti;;ne 'the sup.pl v on- flic ' oo'v-  ditiou-.thal- wnie;; ,aay bd'sha't; oib/roi.i'aif'rb1  case of non-payrnont or; "violaUo'n ."o'f. the-."rules  and refpilaiions by any one. ���"'.'.' ���:"'7'" "���:.'.''��� ,',:."-;-  ..'���������     '     KULK 10.. ;   '.-." ���     -.''  . -. ,.,-. ... .--p ���oases'  tiud^r: fi; rpoiilsj;"w,i thouikaths; or wateK  | closets,:82.00bfor:.5-rooms,"SSi'cenfa'hii'-'  'dyi?'i:0'1''for'^r6yoia;"^  .adslj.i;-i:oQal..'''"S;,^"'---. .  Vfy;-.;"-:, f .-.-  ''f Ifoxi^3-yfao,OOrfb'b;v yyi.  b/-r^it yGuosK'xti���-Hotels,    '-$i.()Q,*'  private, 25 cents. ' '::':'"y .^yf''  ���URfNAbs~-Each'b[;i.00.,'i:.   r' '.'b:^^'.:  SoMipixa:. KouKBSy.^^i00y;y1;  ���s  ��� v .7:7b'b''.7'-'Wiy ���'^<>isV:,^roTJ^:brb'r-*V^:'  :^;yi^^vxntdrCT=aaCTr��.-n:<^a^  fiSf.{{03Tg5irr3QTTt!ii_7  CRANBROGKi B   Cb  .^e^^llll  .aia  o^SyionS  n��te,,�� ho nnun^r or-are_,ite,r, of the.brielc, l^V- ^f^cil-room Over 20, 15   cents j ' -."-'", " -       \y.       ^    t        "M    Ml  SiqiHVp!Ust,fna,*,or other maierial fcru-h-nb j extra. -'     "   f   j '  ,' 7 b," b '.-;.   ,; -     ';'-'.     ./'b,^ . "y jCilldS.'i  the  .' "ivul&r iii is.si.-d; for  o.stimi'.le;'iiH!:  material uoi siat'ed in j.:.,..  ���ivpi  i:oti iyybo'reiie-.s-ed.     b ���  .btyr.i; U- b   , , ,.        ;'������  ' ���  .Jnnit,   W.-iid^alk'spciulilo^'^ivHu;  ���:"5'"h-  iPrit'iiUon,.Lb.sb eoiiaaiitioK.?," (irbutb  ti'ibi, v.-Ui h-.  :l!'0!l  rticri payhia"   fu'r  I  ?ng good, kind   Mr..-Qeiser   the   sum  ��� thrown away over the  operation   will''  ��� total an even .thousand dollars.  y The Em'ounfis not  a great'one" for  fhe Rosslimd Great Western company  topay^but it would.; have  been   bettor  io have nppked tho sum in pay in s carmen the aamcMV'vge as .ill  bthorlnkAbj  --!���>.^oripar:;-:; aro tloiny;"'..      '   ��� ���   '   " .-j  S;UJr;tr';jJ3S   ^.OOAI,b.   ��� f   (  fhe-uso of wafer on tbeir, premises for olhei  .purpose's,      ,      ..    .;  '���'������������-.'. :     -UV!.!-: 12b ���..  r>,K^!k rJ'"'^"" !?ust ^ eonfihed friti.In  "y -imns o; the front of (ho premises for bhieb  ���payment has been made, and not cxtendiij-. to  ("he adjoining streets. ,   -,. ' 9    ..  ��� ���;itur,E 13.; ,'  Water at any time may be shut 'off' from the  mains without, notice, for repairs, osfeniiions,  .oi othernecssary pur,.oSe's,,{ihd.persons 'hnvlnir'  boi.arg supplied by."'direct preasere' fr0m thr.  JnaliiB fire cautioned, against, damages frQ-n  CO. lap?*; The company will not he responsible  tor tha saiety of boilers ou iiie premie? of  any v-nter.coiiBurner.     .        '      .  Pii.UlT  ���'Per._o'n I  Tae wn.ior :viy  iir-i -'"i-jfi-c-li vf; or li-  and-vJ,;;,! , ,, -h,".  -e fumisli  id whfiro then  -i;"iii   s'.rcH    oa  Oi:.t's'  "i ore;  u-  in  extra  '.:���"' lOB,;' QllKiWr ,. 'SALOONS ��� ..AND  'SroitEH���$2bG0!b . ��� ."   :'   ^ ���- '"  ��LA,f;.\i.>H.ii2s-T-.(.iX00i' '   Eash '.  ovcr^.t/mployeth^LOOoxtra.  PiayriNo OFi:'rcK-j-->ji2.00. "/'"������'-r...  ���"- Court House���'Swlotiy'"'-     ,   '"     ���"'���":���  Bc.Hoor. Housjcs���-.$3.00,  ' -'   ':.  (   ; Purmrq' MALL^-$2.00i       '     ''."   "   '.���'  j       liBSTA-l-ft-ANTS AXD CoFFBfcllouSES���  $5,00.���  ���        ��� -:        r-',;'   y.'  Stables���Each   horse   or   cow  stable, 25 sents per month  Stocks���$3.00. ������'���:..���-..���-  ' ;,������'.   ,,.  _ Tailor; Shops,  Shoe  Shops    a^d  JEv/tLiiy Shops;���$2.00,'     "'   ' 'i  OFFrcEs~.42.OO:' -"-..y y. /'��� "���' -.  .Water motors and steam: boilers  subject to epeciak arrangement be-  1 tweep a p.phca nt a rid corn pan v.  Jpy-ties,. faking "water the first  j h.vf of the ji.onth - pay a ful]  " month'!. r_itG_ .and partioy f.Hkihr/Wloi���r  in  Orders SoHclfedb    :-^':: ;7'  Soda Water] ;and Syphens.  50   YEARS'  5^^*5f.*a^**-rxPERIENCE  ���'iriI*>.        -^      0-i   Mif   **ii   ~i6l      '������E<a   2*1    Vj3?ra  ��   *   _i����**3,     VkJiTt'i^Tir^ii  Miii-.YOIJl  H���TU1EB;FRAMEB'i:.  Prest, the photogra-  plier,   has just re-  ceitreci bthebanest lot  of    mouldings    in  East  ���P ATSBT^SMGiN-ES :'y  ���������   ���_. '..    ��� ��� ..j.-..'..   ...li^- y ��� ������ ���-.-1.: ;.r ��� ���.       . l,-. ���,.-���-. ;��� _ ,i> y  i^b^r'y^P.fPbHOBE,''  j;o'.'.���;R.'hb'c '''���-"���.  Why Does Every^  'body Prefer '.'���..  9Lfhi\t  \.  rat  ��� hy'f  of tiio month   i;��y   r  !-'i; ?' '",;i;ni,h;-j-.i-;3t.i-. ���'.    ���   ,���'."���"'",���  i id-ir fui;.ii;.*lv:d lor any'Othny .r  '" ��� 'i''1    1 ���'������uivi'-i'.'itf.:!    ib.   (-i :���-'.    .y.\  "' '���."/�����:���:���!:=' ������.M,:b::r;-.vt.o,b"  fj,'b "��,T10'C^-<1,Pi? a Bte9l<-1> and. description may  yhr-:/ asoci-taln our -opinion free whethor an  } '.' ^ib^V y' ;'"'r.Vi^Ir Piitc.ii.ftWo.'  Cowwimi "  : ri'- .rob. Oltlest npenoy foi'sccui-la^- 'jftciits  - ....������*yf;'y.yft^r:iut ci^^y. ;j; tho,"     ---**-  ^i^k-y:  bby;^;ri5  r" ������<-"���������-���������"-�����������  . A.1 Prest,���'..'.���  . fhotographpr,  CraabrooStb   Aloyie,     FortSteelo.  Wi!! Vioit Moyie 011      ,:.  '"������ sea-'ay a;u!: We^a-  '?S��?.US^1^ tlie bf3t and issconstanlly  kept baSiiaiidJ by the only w.holesalei  in���Enst Kootenay.      "y " .'    "      "''  ������������'��������� "X "'J. PELTIER/'y'':  CRANBROOK, B. C.  ^QfcamCTWiWmij-wrwu'wj^eB;  ts^nvi'Xl bis w^t".'.  :*';:i��'--"iv���'.T.t.t.*'i.-:;v*jtfs,"  ''KIT,  'M!H FOR.   tub    LEA!>yp  LAKE   VIEW   HOUSE  Board- $6.0.0 Per;WeeIs:..;-  i'^UKAJ),    (';'-,. brictn-.-.-'.  .' T!'"  naitWuntMrom 83��  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  IE PATIENTLY  BORE D!SG��  An Jriv-J  hth'    JlOIIS,  HI",    iic  Mill and  away and  ued the  ili.im'n'i.li ��� rw  nth  A Sad Letter from a Lady Whose  .Husband Was Dissipated.  How She Cured Him' With a Secret  Remedy.  "'t. in front, of  ,���������,,, ,. /<><cully    at   his  mi.     f, ljg3,t a ������**������    and  Vffht auuincr.   lie  aroii,��i  ,'.*r,0rma"��.'c uni,l  mutclKu.     "(JojJ  said his wjff.  r.���   .     . Jl''-      .Mike   was  ���LI' n lf Qi wud K*mol;e  ��Uss Oi cud  "'1   SUJ1-     Oi    dur,  Mikes  been  fo0]in  Ui in sciimokiii  glass !"  coutin-  the ground  strewn with    burnt.  "^    io   din,v,.,   i-at, '  I'uith an' I will  tell in"  bit uv  th.  ���see the,  know  uie,   or  wrong  a  spots on  whethei  whether  kind    uv  ELEM MB. A  CUM PRISONER  TRUE GHOST STORIES.  4n  Saw  ir  ���STORY     OF    A     QUEBEC   MAN'S  TKIAL AND HIS LONG UNEARNED PUNISHMENT.  Love,  iijCfi  twice in ii�� lifthtninff- seldom, strikes  second tm"eally ^^ tor "��"��* tho  Minari's, Lu^raTcw^CQUs. Etc  Every  time a  go  down  town  -wonder how  ing-.  ma a is ' too' sick   to'  his     wife  begins to  stie will look in mdurn-  ' There  "I" Ind for years, patiently,   borne  tJie difist'ace,   .suffering; misery ��� and  pi-jvtUions;,   due     to"   l.iy   husband's  drink ii'..   habits.      Hearing  of    your  mam lions  remedy  for' tho   cure     of  1   drunk unless,   which  I  could  give my  husband secretly, I decided to 'try it.  I procured a package und mixed     it  iu ms=~f"ood-- and  colTee, ��� and,  as    the  remedy was  odorless 'and \ tasteless,  lie did  not know what" it .'was    that  so quickly  relieved  his   craving,   .for  liquor.   Ifc soon  began   to  pick     up  flesh", 'his  appetite -for solid food returned, he, stuck to, his work-'rcgular-  fy, and wo now havo a happy home.  After lie was completely  cured I told  him what I had done,  when he   'ac-  know! dged that it had been his saving, as he had not the resolution to;  break oil of'his own accord.   I heartily advise all  -women  afflicted as    I  was to g;vo your remedy a trial."  .SENT FREE TO,, ALL.���A sample  packago of Tasteless Samaria Proscription "SENT FREE'/with'full particulars in plain sealed envelope. All  letters considered sacredly confidential. Address The Samaria. Remedy  Co., 30 Jordan street, Toronto, Ont.  is danger  in   neglecting  a cold.  Many who have died of Consumption dated  2,?H JhVUibiCH(/,rT exposure, followed by a  cole which settled on their lungs, and in a  fchort time they were beyond the tkill of tha  best phy.-ican. Had tliev u^ed'Bk'kle'* a��'"-.  Consumptive Syrup, before it waa too Jato,  their Jives would have been spared. This  medicine has no equal for curing coughs,  colds, aud all affections of tho throat and  lungd.  Modern,, airships   are  a  success- -as  dime museum attractions.  Have you tried Hollo ways Corn Cure? It  lias no equal for removing these troublesome  exercpenced,' as many have testified who  have tried it.  His  Recent Marvellous Escape by the  Aid of Dodd's Kidney Pills���1-3is  Gratitude to the Help that,Saved  Him���Six , Boxes Completely He-  stored Him rb Health. ��� ���>  Solomon gained  litis  reputation for  wisdom by refusing to umpire a ball  game.-- ' '���  .<"���<  C. G. Jtichards  &' Co.  Dear, Sirs,���Your  MINARD'S LINIMENT is our remedy for sore throat,  'colds  arid  all   ordinary .ailments.  It never fails  to relievo   and   cure  promptly.  CHARLES WTIOOTEN.  "Port Mulgrave.  Small favors are as thankfully received as largo ones are unthankful-:  ly remembered.  '    "    A HIGHLAND  DEAL.  "Dit you  wass  bocht a  coo,    Ttt-  gal ?"  "Yiss, I wass "bocht him, Rory."  ,   "And  what dit you'll   pay for  tho  coo, Tugal ?" v "     ,  ' '-I wass pey for her . to Maastcr  M'Parritch, sree punds serteen shil-  lin' and'sree pence, Rory, but Sinister, M'Parriatch gif me baok���ten shil-,  Un, and tounty ponce and sree farthings, and ten pecks of, barley meal  and five pecks of oatmeal, and I*gif  him eight ;days of wark in. tiie tatties and fowcr ' days' wark in the  neeps, and ' he carted my peats for  two days, and I wass kill his; pig  and 'salt her, and lie ��� was,- gif me  straw to thatch my ,hops; and I,was'  mend his sreshing rmill and break   ui  hia  colt,  and  he^ .   That's what I  wass pey for the coo)���Tuga.l.    whatever, forbye." ���"'    ���  A  TROUBLE RESEMBLING PARAL  YSIS IN ITS EFFECT.  St. Patrice, Lotbink-re, Que., Sept.  80.���(Special)���-A sad story of unjust imprisonment is that told . by  Phillipe ���Boissonneauiyof, this place.  His case was worse'than that of the  ordinary prisoner, for hi.s bonds were  those of rpain and, disease. For 11  years they held him, a hopeless victim, chained, tortured, a slave to  Kidney Disease.  Who is there' in the world that  thinks ruan was intended ,to suffer,'  that he merits his fate, that he deserves thc afflictions disease put on  him ? Surely, no one thinks that.  We were pu|J here to be happy, to be  healthy and free' from pain. 'Nobody  will' say that Phillippe Boissqnneault  of St. Patrice deserved his long punishment, and nobody hut. will rejoice  to learn that through the' aid of a  wonderful medicine���Dodd's Kidney  Pills���he has escaped.  Dodd's Kidney .Pills, the remedy  that proved such a boon, have made  a reputation all over tne WjOrld in  curing of diseases . of and arising  from the Kidneys. Br.ight's Disease,  DialTetcs, Rheumatism, Lumbago,  Backache, ' JJla.idi.-r and 'Urinary  Troubles, Women's Disorders, Dropsy, Nervousness and, Blood impuri-  tMjfL-iill come within tlie scope of  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and I-odd's Kid-,  ney Pills -have testimonials/for the  cure of all of them. Phillippe liois-  sohneault's case was the common  form o'f Kidney Disease.  "For eleven years" I have suffered  untold agony with Backache, which  crippled me as thougti T were barred  axid shackled. I dwindled in weight  to a mere shadow. 1 have taken all  sorts of remedies, nothing doing me  any good. I read in Dodd's Almanac what was recommended for'1 the  Kidneys. I decided to try them and  seiit for six boxes, though without  confidence, but toflay I am completely cured and thank Dodd's Kidney  Pills alone for it."      r <  ' "���  The  Victim  Loses  Strength    in " His  --Limbs and Js   Usually Unable to  Vo     Any   Work���The   Story  of a  Former ��� Sufferer,    Showing   How  This Numbness Can be Overcome.  PABMMJWi's'PiLTi possess the power of  acting specifically upon tho diseased organs,  Blimuila1.ki�� to action tho dormant energies  of tho system, thereby removing disease. In  fact, so gmit is the power of this medicine  to cioans��and purify, thht diseases of almost  every naoio and nature are driven from the  body. Mr. D. Oarswell, Carewell, P. O.. Ont.,  ���writes: " I have tried Parmelee's Pills and  find thim. an excellent medicine and ono  that will sell well." D  How   the  shades     of     tho   ancient  prophets   must    sneer    at    the   man  ..who grinds out  our weather 'predictions. '  with a  Iy, Mr.  to say  cure :  A man's declaration that a woman  is his first love should be read like a  Chinese book���the, last page first-.  s Liniment Cures Dipbtlieria.  GOOD  OVER ALL.  On the river of lif.\n<= I float alonp;  I SCO  With   tiip  !i|il!i��'��; c;;|;t  Tliat many n n.,imcou-; \u*'-,I of wrong;  Has root in a" sc-^.l of rul>t..  For rvil is pood tliat li��s cone astr'.y,  And sorrow is. only Iil i_i>]ti_'<.-s.  And (lie world is iilways innli-r flic sway  Of a oliang(-li...s law of. kindnr*.--.  The commonest error Hint tr-ilb can nwk��  Is shouting its MVcct \oiYc luuirsc,  And hlji ii oiil.i  tt-c wul'e mitlnke  In nii'illi-pi-tin-r its forte.  And I(j\l', tin- falif-t of all fair things  That ever to nu:i dcscvinlctl.  Grows rank with nettles and pois'hous sting;.  Unless It li watched and tended.  -tliere could not .lie anything better than this  Old world, In the wuy it began.  And tlioui;h some matters have gone amiss  ���From,(lid crciit oiiicinal plan,  And however dork Ihe skies may appear.  And however siriils niay b.luniler,    ���'���������'_'���.  I tell you it all will,work out clear.  For.pood lies over nnd ;under.  ���Klla AVlu-eler  Wileox in  Cosmopolitan.,.  ��100 Reward/ $100  Th�� riai*r8 of this paper will be pl��i-��e(l t,  i^l'a Rt dioro is at le����t ono drojided dl��te.��i  ta��t 3oi nee tma boon able to cure In all it*  $*��<&, and that is -Catarrh. ..Hall's .(.stnrrl-  ���Jure U tha only pes ttvu cure known to tht  jnodicul fratenilty. OUrrh beiix a. constltu  Hona! dtseaafi,requires a.eonstit\itional trea -  ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is t&ki-n internally  aoting direotly upon the blood end mucous sur.  j^ces of ttie system, Thereby destroying'thi*  xoundation of tbe dtse_.s<>,��hd givlnj; th - paMeui  fi?111 hy bu-ldlngr up the constitution and  aHBtating nature hi Uoinar Jt�� work. Tho proprietors have ao much faith in iU curatin  Powero, that thoy offer One hundrod dollars foi  Rny ottaothatlfcfoligtooure. Send for list o!  teetnnonirvla,  " odil10lJ8i *������ J�� CHBNBI Si CO., Toledo, 0  Bold, y Druggets. 75c.  WaU's FwaUi' piiia are the beat.  The man who courts an heiress usually figures on drawing a capital  Prize in tho matrimonial  lottery.  From   "The  Whig-,"  Kingston,, Ont.'  There   are few men in  the   city of  Kingston better known than Mr. 11.  ,S.  Johnson,  tlie'genial  proprietor  of  the   "Bon  Ton"   barber     parlor,     on  Brock , street.   For several years   he  had    been    in  failing   health,     being  obliged to give, over the entire work  ot  his   bus5~  shop  to   his   assistants.  But this spring his health is so wonderfully    improved     that    hi��   many  friends have been congratulating him  on    his   restoration.,     In  conversing  reporter  of The,Whig recent-  Johnson  had   thc    following  concerning    his   illness     and  "For    many    months  I  was  practically paralyzed. Numbness took  possession  of my limbs, especially of  my hands.      From' my hips down my  body was without strength, and.despite all  tliat T could  do,  1 was   unable , to  prevent,  my  hands   and   feet  from becoming iey    cold.      IMy appetite left me,  and soon I had to give  up work.    My general  health was of  course' failing,  and I lost flesh.      As  you  know,    I am 65 years     of age,  and  when  a man loses  strength   at  that age, "it is a hard thing to build'  him  up again.   I  tried'several kinds  of medicines,  but  they all  failed    to  benefit  me.   The '  doctors     whom   1  consulted  were also  unable  to   help  me.    T     was     growing     discouraged  when some of my old customers   advised  me to  try Dr.  Williams'     Fink  Pills.      At    first   I refused,  for I did  not  believe, any    medicine  on     earth  could    help me, but at last    friendly  persuasion    had     its    effect,    and    I"  bought a supply of the pills and began taking them.   I soon found that  they were benefiting ine; and so continued   their  use  until  Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills have'made me a new man.  I feel    stronger   and better    day by  day;   I .am  paining in    weight,  once again I am able to  attend  my old  customers  without  the least  trouble.   I consider  the pills my best  .friend    and    would    not be without  'them.'". ���',���."'���'������     -,'.'������'  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the  friend of the weak and ailing, They  surpass all other medicines in their  tonkb . strengthening qualities and  make wealc and despondent people  bright, active and healthy. These  pills arc sold by all dealers in medicine, or can be had by mail, postpaid, at 50 cents a box, or six boxes  for ��2.50, by addressing the I)r  liariis Medicine Co., Brockville,  FOll AN 'ENEMY'S SHOT.  ' Careful observations have been  made in order to find 'out which colors for uniforms present the best  marks for the enemy's shot, and it  has "been found that the most fatal  color'is red, rifle green coming next,  .brown third, while Austrian bluish-  grey is  the least fatal. -   -  No wonder the up-to-date girl limps  after being .vaccinated. ,  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  "    ,    TIME TABLE  Canadian Northern Depot, Water Street  and  to  3s��  n -  Stations  13.-4.?  10.*6  Movri-. Emerson,  dnilv      St.  Paul, etc.  8 00  8.0U  8.00  RoIjjkI, ilifiini, Belmont.Hart ney  and. jiiandou, Monday, Wetl-  Ufrf.lay apd I'ffhiy ...."   TVitKda.y  Portsi^cta.  Thur.K<1;iy, SnMirday  ���C Sf  ���<t>  i x..in  Pvturie  dis't e  stations,  Sunday ' .  and   Internip  Duily  except  B��aver.   i eljn   and   int(trmerimte  Sictions. Ture-dftjr & Thu-silur  s.oo  t< on  8.00  l-t.io  Mftcriorie.ld, ^\ <*stCournei (lis/.,  stfine, t-nuphin ami uitfuiie.  lUaie, noin's, Monday, v. edm-iC  day, i-Vi-lav.  T-iU-'.sd-iy. -Timred-.  \\ izinipei?o��is. Hoti ,  yy H-ilurday  Wodni'iwlay  Tu��sda.y uud 'iliur��d��y   driu_d'Yiew,~\lond'_.y, Fridty  Taetiiifly and Saturday  Sw.in River, Er>vood mid inttiriuo-  diate points," Wednoaday   .Saturday  (>.;i(i  ���ill.io  iO 4-  o. >:.  ���JO.-l.i  jo.-i.-j  Spragruv, Warrofid, Beftiuletto niid  iutorniediate stations, Monday, Wednesday, Friday  Tue<dny, Thurtdity. Saturdty fi.~Q  D.B.  HANS*A ,  G��;i. bupt.  GEO. H. SHAW,  Traf, Mgr  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  TIME TABLE  Oiven Sound,   Toi-.atol LV  ia J.akes,  Jlon., Thurs h. ,       lii.oO  Wil-  Ont.  The diver' has  a  ng at  things.  practical way   of  Unless a  never calls  man has   true    faith he  for a second plate of hash  TUT IT.���It would ho a gross injusticaio  confo'lind that standard lieiiling agent, Dk.  Thomas' Eoleothio On,, with the ordinary  ungriients, lotions and sutvea. Iney are  oftentimes inflammatory- and astringent.  The Oil is, on tho contrary, eminently cooling and soothing when applied cxlornully to  relievo pain, and powerfully remedial when  swallowed.  S.K.   Mario  andEuit,  iilld. .-'lit ...... .... **.'  'I'tios , Frt- "nd Sun.     .  Moutwal. 1'o.onto,  Hew York anil  cast, via all r&il. dally..  h'lit     Porlafjo    and    intermediate  nolnt3, Mon., Wed. &Fv.%   Tu0-.,'riim*3. -3tt5at   Rat    Portage    and     intermediate  inint3. Ttii.s..Thms, and Sat.......  Mon. .Wed. and Fri   Molson, Lac  Da Bonnet ana   lmer  mediate Points. Thurs onlv.      Port.-iL'O la L-inirie, Brandon, CalpraryJ  Nelson and all Kootenay and. Coast  points, dai ly  ���. ������������." V ���' "  Portage la Prairie, Brandon, and m-  termedlatd pDinls. daily ex Sini....  Portage la Praino, Brandon Moo;c-  jaw and intercecilato j.-omts .dauy  ex Sunday  ,....���.........'...  aia"d��tone, _Srce;.awa, Miimedosaand  ���intermediate points, daily er bun.  Shoal Lake, Yorktsn. and nuenncrii  ate points, iron., Wed ar.d Iii ....  lues. Thur.-',, end Saturday........  Rapid    City,     Hamlotti,    .iliuota,  Tuei... Thurs. and Sat.  Mon.,Wetl.a;-.dKiI.  Aii.  i c.:<o  Ensrllsli   Adsniral   AVho  Son'n    Apparition.  I know of a distinguished sidmiral who  was reading the paper one day Vi'lien he  t-uddenly exclaimed. "1 have just s'fti   ," naming liis son, who was a lieutenant in the navy on the West African  i-tation. "lie is on shore, being carried  by sailors. He is very ill or dyinj?. and  lie is wpariiii; a marine's cap." It was  afterward shown that his son, who was  on .��oino expedition on shore, had beea  ��uddenly struck down with fever nnd at  I hi- time in question was being carried by  :;nilors and, what was more strange, he  had some time before lost his own cap  'und was wearing such a cap as his father  had seen,' which he had borrowed from a  marine. ,  Of these stories there are a great many.  One of the best authenticated of them is  the incident in which Captain, Sherbroke  of the Thirty-third regiment, afterward  CJeueral Sir John Cope Sherbroke, and  Lieutenant George \Yynward of tho  fiame regiment were concerned. One afternoon in 17Sr>, when they were with tho  regiment in Canada, they were both sitting together /in Wynward's quarters.  It was about 4 o'clock. They had both  dined, but neither had taken wine. The  room llioy sat in had two doors, one opening into, a passage,, the other into Vvyn-  ward's bedroom.  The only way into the sitting room was  the door from the passage, and the only  way into the bedroom, was through-tho  sitting room. The two officers were reading some military subject' together, .having left mess early to pursue their studies.''  Sliei-hroke. happening to look up from his  book, observed a tall youth of about 120  years of age, whose appearance was that'  of extreme emaciation. Struck with the  appearance pf a perfect stranger, he  turned :r his friend and directed his attention to the'gu'ept who had broken into  thp'i* studies. As-soon a's Wyn ward saw  .the mysterious stranger ho became very  agitated. "T never,",Sir John Sherbroke  u.-'.ed to say in telling the story afterward,  "saw a living face assume the appearance  of a corpse except' Wynward's at that  moment." "Good God," Wyn ward ,ex-  e..-iii_iod.."ir is my brother!'' The stranger  sfomed to so into' the bedroom. Tbey  followed him and found "that there was  no one there. They took note of the hour  and day. When the mail came from  home, there was a bettor to Sherbroke  from a mutual friend asking'him to break  to Wyn ward the news fthat his favorite  brotlmrwas dead. He had died on the  day and at the very, hour on which Wyn-  ward and his friend had seen his 'spirit  pass' through the apartment.  There is one point that occurs to one on  reading this .story. ' Did the young man  die in England at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on the day in question or did ho die  at the hour that the clock, would have  pointed to in England when it.'was 4 p.  m. in Canada? In a good many of these  stories the difference of'tirne at different  paits of the world seems to be ignored.'  The story, however, seems to have plenty  of evidence to rest on. It was published  in 1S2.. by Mr. Jarvis in his "Accredited  Ghost Stories," and there is a note to the  effect that,a relation of Wynward's had  icad it and stated that in.^11 important  circumstances it was strictly true. Then  the-author'says that Sir John Sherbroke  often told "the story, aud Sir John lived  for some five years after tbo book was  published. In a discussion ,in "Notes  and Queries" a writer who seems to'have  known rhe family hears .witness to the  correctness of the story. One important  point is that after tbe apparition had been  seen and before the.news, had come out  .Wynward and Sherbroke spoko freely to  their brother officers of what they 0had  seen.- , .   .  Hnppj- TlioTijjIit.    -*  Aunt Hannah���What makes you look  so sad tonight, Pri'.'ciick?  Frederick���Only t Link of it, auntie! 1  came away frqiii^jL'.'i-rie tonight without  asking if she loved inc.       ���  ��  Aunt LIni)iiah--Uut, she has told you  she loves you time and time again.  Fredoiick���Oh. yes. and sho told me so  tonight the first of the evening, but I always ask her when I come away. There's  ono thing I can do. I'll write her a long  letter before I go to bed.���Boston Transcript.  Slio Knew IIoiv to  Do It.  They were talUm: of the vanity of  women, and one, of iho'few ladies present  undertook a defense.  continupcl. "1 admit  vain. The men are  way," she .suddenly  ie of the handsomest  pQ under his ear."  Every man present  m*  To the he:_r(s of music lovers is tk.'ough good  nrnsicwdl played ou a WILLIAMS PIANO.  There i3 sjT2pnthy mitstone though its volume ia remarkable. Tiie case is of exquisite  design and finish so that it is an ornament as  v/eli as a musical delight, - Also organs and  phonotpraohs and Eldredge "5" Sawing Machines.   Easy terms.   Your credit is good.  F0REEST2  S.M.O. A. Bide,  E  &  HATCHER  . Portage Ave., Winnipeg.  f%nv Afc  ?~m/<  As OlA/  Sver-Widenins Circle  o  0  s  0  c*  . 1���  T  J3  E  N  T  Q  O  T  C  s  R  B  H  N  U  J  "Of  that' a!  not.'     I hit  broke off.  ai  eeillM*.  I women  by   th.'  the neck:  man in the room is  She had worked i  put his hand up to his neck.  In his Vegetable Pills Dr. Parmelee ha*  given to the world tho fruits of long scientific research in the wholo realm of medical  science, combined with new and valuable  discoveries never before known to man. For  Dklicatb and Debilitated CoNsxrrurioKa  Parmelee's Pills act like a charm. Taken in  small doses, the etfeci is both a tonic and a  stimulant, mildly exciting the secretions oi  the body, giving toi)3 and vigor.  We will give the above reward to any person who will correctly arrange the f  | above letters to spell the names of three Canadian cities. Use each letter "but  \ once.   Try ifc.  We' will positively give the money away, and you may be thc  - f fortunate person. Should there be more than 1 eet of correct answers, the ,  k money -will be divided equally. For instance shsuld 5 persona aend in correct \  \ answers, each will receive $40 ; should 10 persona Bend in correct answers, \  Peach will receive $20 ; twenty persons, $.10 each.    We do this to introduce?  - Jour firm and goods we handle as quickly as possible.    SEND NO MONEY i  ., \ Wmi YOUR ANSWER.   This is a FREE contest.  ,A post card will do. \  ��     "^��       Those who hare not received anything from other contests, try this one.      ~-       B  ^-sg^^y^^^EMPIRE SUPPLY CO., ORILLIA, CANADA,  Elevators  lift many  a  discouraged  mortal up in the world.  ro;  r  U.i o'  73'  LX  io. :c  8.SO  8.St>  8.3."  lis a:1  2-3.  IS.lc  21.21  12/13  IHO  i!U  10.lt)  18.10.  Morden, Delorainc ami intermediate .  linints dauyexbun  v.aO.lJ-  mcdmte  points ,  Napinlro, Alameda and uv  . points, Alou,, Wed., Thi'  Mon., 'l"ues., Thuvs. ar.d .wri  Glenboro. Souris,' and inwrmcfliatt;  noiuts.dailv ex Sun....,..._........  Kapiuka, Jlol'ita, Alameda nnd inter  mediate points,   Mon., Wed , Jiri.  Tucs., Thurs. and Sat. ���.*���.-������,������  Pini'stoncEestOH.Areola and inter  incdiate Points. "Mon. Wed., Fri.  Tuts.. Thurs- and S;it   Frobyshirc, llirsh. Bieiiffnt, Esfce-  . -van, Sat. >.........  Gretna. St VxtA. iCaicngO;. ....daily  sKalh Tueloa-.Tues. Thurs, Sat  West Selkirk ������*,:.^[��D; .^���e*' i?i  YVncf ^pPi-ii-lc   ......lues. 'j. nuts, sat  Hin.20  7.80 IM5  St  r.so  T.30  11.10  12.2 J  18.30  7.50  18-._5  lSr-15  1V15  13." S  18.2C  10.0"  17.10  J.  W.LEOXABD,  Ceo. Supfc.  K. McP.IlHRSOS.,  Gen. l-asd, ArguC  Paradoxically speaking, fast colors  are those that refuse to run when  washed.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has  no equal for destroying worms in children  and adults. See that you get tho genuine  when purchasing.  FOR THE DEAF.  In a Dallarat (Australia)' church,  special accommodation is provided  for deaf worshippers, a djaphrag-m  having, been rigged up in the vicinity '���' of the pulpi-t, -"from, which' the  sound of the clergyman's voice": is  carried in tubes 'to the cars of such  of his flock as may be, afllicted with  a, hardness of hearing.  SOMEWHAT ANTICIPATORY.,  "A man is   going   to try  to cross  the Niagara     river    gorge  pa; a   -bicycle with grooved wheels."  r'Ts'    ho?,  'Wonder    if   he'd    like  grooved wheels on his hearse ?"  Minard's Lmimest CHresbDisteiaper.  A-fool man keeps quiet when he  ought to talk and a fool woman  talks when she ought to keep quiet.  A man's heart may be; in the. right  place, but it doesn't cut any congealed water with some women if  his fortune's missing,  er  Good for Bad Teetfci  3_*r��t Bad for* Good Teeth  Sn7odont Liquid 35c I-arge Liquid and Powder 75c All  stores or b yruail lor thc price.   Sample tor postage 3c.  HALL & l.UCKEL,    New York."  Of Coarse.  Mrs. Horse���Say���  Mr."Horse���Say what?  .Mrs. Horse���When fall comes,and our  folks drive out to make calls. you'D have  to wear a plug hut aud I'll have to wear  a velvet bonnet.���Chicago lleford-lleruld.  It  All  Depends.  Towne���They say "a drop of ink makes  millions think."    Do you believe it?  Browne���Well. I've known it to make  one man think pretty hard when it fell  ou his pale blue, trousers.���Philadelphia  Press. '���'.'���''  Palatine? the Lily."  Ella���-Mis's, Blooinly says her face is  hor.fortune. . '��� ; ;  Stella���Clever girl; she soenis to have  nnulemost of her mouey.���Smart. Set.  An old bachelor says if marriages  are really made in Heaven, Providence must'ha.yo a grudge aga.nst a  lot of people'here on earth.  Occasionally a  that, he is missed  after his death.  man    is    so  for nearly a  gTeat  week  ffiBarfl*! Liaiieiil Cures 8_iief li mi  The saloonkeeper has one gr��it advantage , over the undertaker ; n man  knows when hjj? wants a drink, but  he doesn't know when he wants a  soflin.  THE rules upon which all  "Diamond Hall" mail,  order business is conducted  ""are as follows:  All goods marked in plain  figures. Positively only  one price to all alike. All  charges for carriage, etc,  paid by us. Money cheerfully refunded In full upon  return of goods if desired.  This makes it possible for  the most distant point in  Canada to have the very  best stock of Diamonds,  Watches, Jewelry and Silverware at its very door.  Try it, no matter how small  the order, and be convinced.  RY  R 1  E   B R 6 S.,  Cor.  Yo n g e a nd A d  Streets,  elalde  T   O  R  .Q,INV  T   O.  KICHARDSON     &    BISHOP  Dealers  in  WINNIPEC  Printers'   Supplies  Billheads, Envelopes,Stationery  A man is not wholly  has confidence in him.  bad if his dog  W. N. TJ. No.  311. .'W7frirm5??Tmmmr?mmmRw^Rf^  _>������� Kufi ,-if <-<;-  ^^bbb.bbb;,;. my I $w n�� %#* mm J  fg I     --'.it-, J'".    i- ;__ii m<-  3 j     "'nn.    l>i'*.cfs anf^Sb  sria^^St^grawiescgiaEgsa'XM  In the ?U}'ivi.\ o.-r.ri ��..o:"o.-e  Vbi!ke.'_.'. the? i*.*3..: ,.-.l <- neb jj- .���  nient cr. thc ob't'ti'ii: to thc  saizcd bv :-.::: McNeil.  JuA  "i-I>  ���u!"in:ite. j;-.cl: i,,^  :iiiAiiiiiiiAliiAaiA_Ui4iliiiiiiiA^^ | ^  ' D  .c"  The lciiTcI' ,���  marked ehcr in c  iIami 1 ton v,\n  ,i  j  i:��'-M    the     n^;rpHE Danfortha were   mo^w   that!eJe<:1UCf -  3ro..r,.  J>.��_v   ,,,.     1   ^iofMay.    It wa��b the ??ouS  M^-^^ ^ J** <*****.  ���      ��� ��� ---"ii     Jca.i,tJib viae-end tvomsnly, wen i, on '  r MMi.-ti i. nd       _    lr-UiAh   v.-.,   a/i   honest  ::k: f.vrjy !>.;   trk'n, jf a hard om>, nnd the new-found  .'ver-f-iiihfu U'��J1  via*; miimpfca.--.hal /.->.  , ���iA j   ��� ,, -.U^i5-.vear     II�� did not attempt to resist, it  and  os&istaj.o. .*,i ii:- fcjif y^iyjpyrrbiirlrfin,   moved iuto .Mj-w j^u-iv-h's *HuZ\*  eled m ^n'uuon .ike petr*fc in a iW   married from r)>or,y jutd   ,. Vorid     *  T>est. mix, Lad srnnl.l i,?.-...-w,... ���i, ' ---       ���*-w'Jtfc   ^Oikl.  :^gsjjjM5tt��3asrcgesgaEs^  HBa��i  Jjamilton w.n; :* t i: .**.:( iJn; tion cf tl,..    ��*<>?<* in three years", a very unusual ree- to <Z\ "��� C.         /vr"J?njy* w��n"<>n  rule rhleii uhich  i^u.iv,   t.13  ;.p.)(y    ^ fcf ?.^ ��t pretention, to X^��_  S SST^f ? T ,*?* H_  ',-* ,~^f,.-.   ..,, .���;.,;.                       .t'*peciu_.iluy in the otaid little rown. a���? bf      ?,      ���       i   *' *�� Jook ait''r^^  ._..��� t,cu,e:   .LU :.  :-ftwi;:ir.CC   k,     .\nd the Danforth name had b^ehone w_5i?T V"-"^ ''" ^ arriTea-1 ^ R  .o;c- .VF0;i7n:!:.                                             | of ihe most nrifitocratie +hpr^ fnr m����v ,    e ,).c,ok fUride(1 lljs ��frvie��s o,s n*ied-   9 g  aeKJc^^mamauayayj  ���1!UWK��CJ��U'WX1��  l.v-  ; + "  "H;  i< *;,.  '*^ /-,  /yyi?i  .' '.eO".;!l\;u   il.'.  :_ji"[r,-,Is  Oil    f";.  j;-,  ..".u  jJJ   ihl-   l\,l)  1-1,-"^   tl'i.'ldt".   l)i'  ?!..._. l��..IL'_-..r..fC Oil   -Ll,"    27.h     Li   'im  of i lie most nrietocratic there for many b/      TTi ',1"d<  ��� vearp.           "    " -        "     ���        '                } ed"-   ^d   l?rancc-i,'    superintended    the  ;      "Firsi w.e lived in opr own dear old fl,2��f. f:,��m th^01? f'^t                      ' j gy��  I -...UK-, where I was born,'' Prances had knJ        ^    v/orkcd hfir thoughts were ,flH  ��� uweratcd the erea._.__?beJS H�� w ,bilt<;.r; . ^ r?^"^ Jl^^ ^<��6d Ja- I |j| p^  w��  ;^b  : .1H;  ���rlil  ��� j;   ci  *!'-_?  i.ii  ! . -s.v; ��  ,    ' ', ." ���i-"- '^ fi" our pinemng* ana planning  ceiveono   nuh t.f   tlle   /:n^ Jnfiicb .1,    all the years I was groyne u6, we had        T    ���   ��    ^"--    ,,- ���   $275, Imt Iho   whole  amount   y.iil   !,o    'hat'nice house on Kiver Tstrek'   The   i.i    " ^^^^1 <<? I?ave ��cJxdol(.  paid over to   (lie   receiver   ^ra~'i'   y   "^ yea? we ^d to &��� th�� ��P a��W I n^^^i^^^^1'^1^  r mv, l. i-,-riy t\r t ���   V       "'"'x-   b-   expensive and move to this pW+hatl I noc+con^\i:.e a-ilar this term, but must I ^  Canada incthc iirst mefaiico. .! miffh(, BDm^thins*    iSnsf "   bbt   f' # .T^'^ ^ )ia4 ttil^d>' il^' w  won't..' h?nn,,^^,ri..?b,'    P?.11 tlf> m the vacations.  Aud'shehad tried  r* 1    i *tj  10 PER ,cF_rr  I  &3  J).onJt waste money buying on credit.  Bring all your cash tQ Gilpin's and  get goods at less than wholesale cosfcj  Our stocks are still "complete  ->yon?fc ho here much longer- . '  K   .   ��� '-  ^ All accounts must fee settled $t once,  1i|!r-  !rr,  ���:i*'-3-  yi-j'Si. ���  i * -  t "���.  ��� ,  t,. ���      ��� _  .formerly employed on the 'Oarlsoa   A ��� oure<:.iv6a wovlngr put to thop&ov-  Porter contract  o'iit  did not like  tl>e | ^^^^g5^^ m     ^ to./.veu wWl."^ wafei^^^i^  layout and   quit  tn   a , body.    Italian I one of these springs-<jr sooner "began �����r       pa$]nTi% ^v the truckmen, who  labor is not held in very grcrd favor bv    mck Stedjhan, reaching up to take one' Tre inclined to ^ impertinent to hor  railroad contractpra  now, '.unl  so  1.,'r   ���� -hi�� sweetheart's small brown hands,- S^^t^S' and her'Te'., Ev?"  �� ��hey can the  .oiit,cto,   oii'cle.vor   ^SSr^^6^ Z^3UT*"J?SP * ^  , to get on without the ir.ori wlio in   the   ���   But Frances ��� pulled  it impatlentlv B1Ui g0t a hasfcy fliiui*r ��-t ,Doon for  oiirlj days of lailroad   conbtraHion   ju    aivay,     '                                       l                 ' Ul* others, but waa too heated and tired  Kootenay J,ad the first  call.    Italians   .   "You  couldn't afford to marry my    tl^^T^'^ ^ n,0t tiU mid'  ,._���_._,_   ..._... , J   "J     afternoon that the last- load started for  the new house.'  The truckmen, who had evidently had  Oils-and .Glass  .Xinsialthing anAcplaml)Iu^<  nre littlejf any  improvement  on   tlie  much abused   Chinese,   and   in   fact  , You couldn't afford to marry my  'whole family, Di'ck, ;evcn 'if we'd let  you, and they can't possibly spare me  p(i*i  li r  kUi\   ".}:����' J;"  yi:>' \Aini r"-  punuid li-ui-ii   nto   raiiiv.iv   eniuo  lllJU i .    'from (he countrv will nofbo I.h-cuted  ! IVZ Z���* ^ Ume to^S^Mlk.   * "J��-u-i..��.cnieci. j mjf of disagreeables or of what can't  ��� ���  - i^yi" -  P, , u.    ,   r> !     --If your  gra^^-aunt    only    hadn't  i' Oxt to ic-jli *. rcsp- utor:    T he census j made such n^cruelly unjust will," Dick  high.    When Frances ventured to remonstrate, they wero insolent.  -lack, witli the protection of his incipient iunaihood, wau at tlie other  house; she could only .stand aside and  - H..;-   ,-:   !  ,,l|   ;{  (r      '>        ' '      .    *",]*'     -*f*  W-\ 'M  ���>: .>'  ;��� . '1;    ��� *���' ;{i'l .���{'  ��  ^ AJ3ENT FOR HAMILTON POWDER CO.  STOBEB AT CJIANBHOOK _U?�� ^!Oy?J3,  ,,^ ^���-���^���t--- ���������^^Srf^_a_3  sifeaas  WILDEY LODSJS AT0. 4-j.   "  - , 'i  Meets every Monday evening in  tJieir  hall   on   Victoria  streot.    Sojourning  Odd Fellowti cordially invited.  r      ** t  P. I. Moore,      -  A. D. Dhummond,  5J"oble Grand. - Secr'y.  Moyie T Miners'   Union  Meets in J.rcGrogor hall every Tueeday  The boSt of tu-commodationa j eve.n*'*g. Sojourning members are  for the t rayclinnr public. .  [cordially invited to attend.  ���k*-,w   - _ I Jons McDonald, ��       p. T. Smyth  McMahon Bros   Pro^c  ���      ���   ., ���'     n ,*a-DB"rH'  ��� ���      Uom  -sriops.j I'rceident. " Secretary.  BOOTS-  AND    SHOES Moyie Board of Trade  1    ��� I       l  '  Kcpaired and Made to Order.    ���L, ^^Biuvii uij^^jsxm; tne iront ( -  . ^pparenily he obey^; for their talk   Sf*\ th�� seor,��.tf ?^' Ambled on its im-   B. A. SMITH Mfym p.  crew Jow-tnr,^! cUaXIj JJr,^riT   steady     perch ������ totted ��� fell ��� and -   -      �� ^OyXcf.  l!*f-b  ;,m4J.i   ,  '^'  a lis-'..  y,.i'��. i--  {* :sirf i i  ' "re   '   ,  A Avhitu mui^ might  spin | P��fch  ahiiiy  tale  ul"  his   earning,   but   IhJ ^^T*13" fl,aW^ ^r their talk  ^              UJ~ i farrsw iQW-toned.  and iaer .-nre-Sfv'^n^i, ry^'      -*'^" ��� :u"��fs" ��� J-e.ii-  celestial is   too' busy   with  his sluice j head- and  his  cdi^'^airone (S- *oraelled in Piec��>? oii thesidewaJic  boxes to talk shi us. ,                                   J QU'.e unnecessarijy'^ae^" to each btLi��r '^ ii(?rses g.��p ^'h/.r.cut' ior their  '  _-_..__  .     I as if, went on." "When^ left, >vhibh Ws    ,^���arJnef ��� .?4r?".ri^pnVdpbl^ or  _,=_-==  Kiou Placer oo Caraio croek'.        '  ' oarlJ'- ,J1 consideration "of her busvmor- ^^f^  "1C ^Jcfcf"��l drove hastily   Q     T    IffTTTT-T-r'/^'IMr'D  m-rived today from Cape   Nome,     yhe I to the parlor.   '            "       Si3e^entlDr nwtney bedEore news of hheir ea^lekxiess  inid 5G passengers , from   Cape   .\ouu*, j     But  the senile faded as she looked ' reMhed thea'8'  St.   Michael   and    points   along    t!iq j round the ^miliar room.    The trail of  Yukon. K'ntv��-_i.i>-..���.i   :;���.i     -.'.  ,,]lc mover was already' unon   it.     Ti^  Meets on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp in the court  house. ''  A. lb MApuovAiiD, Pre?.  fitiM:^ Columbia  Periiianeflt^81^^  WAX ,A]ffDi SAVINGS   COMPANY  ��� - The objectB of the  company  , flr,arTo  afford  a aafcand'    '  .profitable moans for the, eav-  ing of small sums by regular  instalments, as well as-for flio  investment of small amounts  of capital nt a productive-rate  -    of interest.-  To assist mem-  hers in building, ptirch.ui,Jg,  ; or improving homes arid clear-'  ing  off  existing   inctimboi-  ���    nnces.  P. T. SMYTH,     Agent, Moyie.  -VJSAJI jlAXlEAMIItES & aiACDOy.t'LpS,        j U A. BlCKERS,   '       "LEU-IS Tho-ISOX,  Vice-Pros.  ".'-I     'r  "i t_ir-'1   .  (t.Kl.-!'  :!;;-ll  ii !��� C;  toMs  ���S?.st  iv   i.,-  Yukon, Kotzebucand Ku���ku\vin   ,1^,; ���' !'^,mover waB already upon  it.   Thc  finds on Candle  cretb,  where   im,ieM | piled in a corner contents  'are taking out from 10 con tt,   iu !J5:_.C0   ,  T^e handsom'e furniture���much   too  to the pun.    Two men rooted   out  21 ' ij11!-, ��?1?,*lld ariBt<>cratib in its atatt-  ...���� fo  Aro  hou...    a  ���. ^.I^^^XXS^S"^  .who invostigated the new iind, said on J ���<* worn carpet-bore traces of rou%h    !t r 9m  his   return   that   iinmy   wero  earning I "yn^+  Fffnccs stopped on her way     S*!.���^?  from !. 200 to ����nr. ..-,��� ,i..,. | to   Jed to Pityingly study the scratches ���     "iappea^d?  and dents on' a secretary- of inlnid-ma-  hog-any.  The fjimJture had bsen the so]e Use-  noy left Mr. Donforth by the will of'his  -vunv Deborah,- an eccentric old lady  who had  practically adopted him m  t II ^rou*?ht him up in idleness to  e-vpect hsr money, c.nd turned him oui  v. ifihout a penny ^vhen ho declined: to  niriy to please hetr and did marry to       i v-'-*-'--se himself.  to the ��ba v. !     ,1k wife waa aw orphan, >vith a pleas-  A rich   lady cured   of  her dcaf..^* ��� "'V^. hopse of her o^. which Frances  and noises in the head h7 Dr.   KichoV ! ^orl-^^'^ ^ "hfl?   g��n��   Vj  >*-,���-,. u,Ul     >.oriv gaUaintly to support iiimseli1 and  son', Artthcialli,.!-Drams,  aave  $J0,- | bis, and for a, time hadTprospS   Bur  POO to hid Institute, *o lh.it cic.if >..eo;;_e I : ���lDB no profession and being-without  ; iftiicn- business faculty, Mr.  Danforth  from 1.200 to $800 per day.       r  -'lis Favorite Dish.  "What is  your   favorite   dish?"   in-  fluired Mrs.    Frontpcw of I.ev.  Lotig-  ,< face, the new pastor.    She; lult sure   it  was chicken, but it proved not.    "Er   the contribution plate." aiia-v/oied   Mr.  Longface, absently.  To Francos, overwrought'as ohe-<vp��  m mind and body, the accident seemed  the lusf stroke of fate. Sbo sat down  anions' ilw ruins and cried, with her  apron,to her oyes, careksG who might  se^e iier. -  Biclc  Stedman  saw her  afar as be  came up th-e quiet, elm-aha/led sfcr-eet,  and arri^fjd cm a run in ius anxiety.  _   "My dearest girl!  r.-hat are.vou doing?" cried he.   "Are you hurt, ^ what  House    papiter, -   gminerj  glasier    dnd    paporhanger.  4'1   work ,on   perfect   surface gnrantced.   'Prices   ac-l  cording     to    qnalih  stock required  1  M'-fc'v  i  r-..'   -���  Sf'oi. ii>��i.'.  I  and  Tie was going op his knees besidte h or,  but Prances stopped hipi bv rising with  the dignity of all IhV "colonial Don-  fortbs, embodied in a"very email woman -wearing a fadetUpa-lico dress and  iar&re ging-hom apron, " " '    '  "Don't bo alqip,^1, Dick," she said,  SUCCEPSOIJS TO      '   ,  ���^ If^nnes &"0o.  }VJJOJ.T.BiI.E ASD ItKT.Ur,  WMrt '  -FBil.CHANTBi  ?_f-\ ���  ���     j,      ^>eal>  and Oured Meats, Fresh  mmmMf^'^^^1^      Fish, Game 'anS  Poultry     We    '  Sr,5��?Ii' J Jay o/each mon tli. Vis c���.���,i., ,      ,.      \   -    ��'���     V-C  jSt��#j/^'brcthcrii   invito, fcUP-P,y   ��q1*   *����   bc^'    ' Vour  trade solicited.  0    J-IAXtlvKTs*   AT  J At   all   the   Principal  \9lU9�� rjagf}   Towns   in  Srxtish Columbia.  CRAWBROOK, B. C_  ���^-oS  ! K. I. MO0RB',"'(3. R.  t. ^ic'.aji.oo^. ii.  Moyie, B. O,  OHAS. P.  CAMPBELL.  Funeral Director  and  Smbalmer,    Graduate of Champion  College of   th e I "Tu ^ ^*^ WW ?: *��� \FQli   Fl���   TAILORING   GO    TO  I ���ll/Trt*r-l-��.-w*3^^-!.-rf^*�� ���,oV  |       --*''*o-iij^wux��b--JpjLl]L_.rCj*  J .     .-    SERVJCJSS*  | Are held in Hansons y  shaped  building,   corner  Victoria  and   " Tavistock  L-nited States. ���   Upholstering nnd gen-,  cral   furniture  repairing.    Ofilce   and  ajid don't do tlie'distrjicled Rozneo oiit   {!tore�� Aiken's    block,   near   Oanadiai  SS^^^^i^i^ r:^k'0f Commerce- Te^-^3 ����i  to sec cSr 5^^   "^ 0n'CrS P~'��P^:��tlonded to.  unable to proonic tho l��3.ir Drums may i ^T*' .?Uf ^C6S ffW;ulty. -Mr-  Danforth  have  them   f-*ee     A^d-e^  ".,    - . Vo ,      !e4 *f attain more tJian a very  IFatf^voTi jr,,^ S:>r:i^'  Ihe mofl sjonnlelf h.-aJ_h '-o*-' -rl nn '     \r,.   pin-,.**    jt ',    ,   ,  , ,-       ,    ,',,,. "'<>'���!     An. Danforth had philosophical]v tw-  bc* continent of -.orth  .. m-ric-..    yit-    "cptcd the situation and the furnituro  ated    midst   scenery : unrivalled   tor   f(jiilt*or ofc-th-c conunbiier tJiine-a he al-    If>nrlTr  li3,l  +^.  ��.jji.   . ^ . ...   �� '  THE   HALOYOlsr    HOT  nn       ^t-   ,     , - -^wc��w  oiwciiji   ia clJl Oince,  WTlilG  lii��  Ihe imc.1.o1.,ou Institute,  7S0,   Eighth   '-^ bad early settled down a* amild  Avenue. Now York, U. 8. A. ; ,J,JJ��>*nio invalid, whose constant worrr  ���  ' I y��� Uie wa-y h^ doctors'   bills   and  <j Jier needs ate into tho family income  did not. improve her chances of rc-  c-ovury.  When at length Miss Deborali died, it  n as fouTul that ��ho had left- all liar vaJu-  ttio.   undnsi^ncd    fur   tt ,,��� ,.      \Vlj];, ' ^J���^��� /"��:i*.ure to her ucphow,  lrfi ... ,-., -n   ��� xJl,e ]ast of thG  Danforthfi, counl��l  left niy ctro will ,; !,,,,������.,.��� n l ,ith 1,1^ pr0vi,ion tht.t, h, BhoS?fo^  ^endoo to, and < tl-.ac;,,,! V/:;i l��� , '*'���> ^< if he cwr ^tU-mpu^l ro aell u  guaranteed. ft. A. SCOi'V,     i ' m;TI�� piec^' und }nv! hwpK^thed her  - - -   - _ '        V05"v <-��-"ii.sidA-rnhIe fortune to a distant  . :;���'<! f-lroady w.li-to-do cousin, Zebddec  | .imith by name  LAs��osfiin.-i!{ wcirl: CotiCriit". T:>lr^����,  Parties wishing fo Ij-we r-:.-'t'-bin(-n.  work done on cliiiin.s in)In,' vifii.itv oi"  iMriyic. will do well to eti:i-:.!t c,r   wii((-  ready.had to settle some bills of lonc-  soandjnj. with the proceeds, and crowds  lb  ii  eranduci  crpPTwr-a  <���-.     -.   ������'���        Vr'i ���-,��   ' ' ���"���'"���"*"�� vvj wi me proceeds, and cmw.-l  ^VINGp ��� oaimarmm, Halcyon  Hot} iu^ his'small rooms withSe rIS  springs, Arrow Lake,B.   C    Resident| ^'^od oak  ^h mahogany    J  physician and nurse,    Boating fishing I ";h-ch \vS4J}..pr^ntJy. stin fiirthiwdee  .md ��� ^excursions. .   ^elegrnphio   com-1 w^ **��� "* i^kknlvmaid bo^JjoelH  munication   with   all   parts   of    the | oi -l��b,. irce.pr&HKibia b^yy,  world.,   Two mails arrive" and  depart j-  Mr-  ^dth' htkt  -Ukewlao  raed' ' hia  d dy.    Terms, $15 to   $18  per  week ' ^'jfacy to the beat advajitage, and made  if cording   to   residence   in   liotel  or -POiwiderable merit of soon after occom  \ulns.    Its ha tin; oil rn all .nervous and   ���'"'���'1'**'"���"������������- ~-  -    " ���    om"  iruscular��� diseases.    Its waters heal nil  ' H-nyy liver   and  ^ l:r- batllS P.lld V/'.i.l,e;-a  our ihtn-gs as Uiey-go, and she's  tprobQ-bly   looking   ct you" now.     rJU  not nuxt in th-e letwt, but my Grand-  aim t Deborah's writing-desk has had an  accident, and is a noble jvj-eck in ruinous  perfcaticn.    Do'hold it!':   w^.h    a . w *����  tragic gesture do^yn at ihe ruins. "Who   |L^��,j  coujd deny a. tear to such ht^mUy fallen   mwM  grandeur?" '     ' ������ f i>M-'sf.'-��.��  Very little could bo done for it evi-  wmUy. The heavy fail on the stdn^  Jiad rawly Bp]lt it i��� pie^. It,J ^mUr,  legs  had fcufctaintd several compound  .oo ahat^red dxa^rs had ftjjon out  and InU of dc-uwite inkiyiug- lav ' all  about the pavement. &   Jay/1-U  Dick went on piling- the pieces  methodically at one eid_>; nlwn ^V;.,,,  Oio niain ^.n, jiiclcrd up KOJilf! j,'��  and rose to give them to Fra.nco��.  lour lettcra will be blcwinff all  a��>ut the xirect if you don'lialce r��re "  he oaid. '  .u"^^^7    TlM"1'J' vru7*�� lionitJ in the  ��<.sk.    _.so  ono 4m*  mied it since mv  fiToaid-aunt clid.    TJlcsc must be scmb  of hers, crowded out of a drawer and  in ixjjiincl the fitune (iomohotv.   It can't  .f. *?? luma ^ -^O what they |are,  though, I suppose." ������������:'   '  .She. Titnfo-ld^' thom; tuj.lhe spoke,  I here was tm maimpojinnt receipted  7���. wL"?f(>* a tex ^fi^-'iiutintof the year  Wja I^bo'^ died-, ..tlvca" a otdokLg,  ���rJhv V*^**1 ���Da��ioHh,.do make and  publish ihis my. last-will'and"testor'  Cranbrook,  m.MMiM<����Wrai��=.al!a  Sabbath school at 2;3Q p. rj?.  The public lire invited   and   will   be  cordially welcome  to   attend, services.  W. L. SHERIDAN.  Pastor.  MERCHAjSTT   tailor,  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  TrouscrH,   Imported   -Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  EFFECTIVE J3th OCT.  A Hew Eeature  On Crow's  Nest  Kpad  EAST  Leave Kootenay Landing  Tuesday   and   Friday  7   . WEST,  ���..���"rb br ,  b     Leavo Medicine Hat I  Prices Given  t  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  The lead-to �� Ladies  apd Mens Furnisher.  Clothing, Boots  and. Shoes.  A Full Slock of Miners Siipplfoy  Always on Hand.  Call   and   Inspect Our   Goods.  stomach   troubles.  an  mvain-  "��� remedy for i-ihor an..  y.;.d   poi-.-o.n-  ins;... -   . ' ' y'  "Tl-�� 7-,-vf  r��y ���nr    i   i "' ��� '  ,     ]n my fetl^r�� favor!    Aiid   it   is  ''\-io-Jm;.ri,.;,ol,i burdens always fbli;-    j     ^,0  fr*  &  ter  Ah'. I.  !)!(;  offu-f,  rth  of rPn��n T ��� "f? fbJ-i;'    ' ' ^m D!UlfM^!' moved once more he-  Apply for Bates, Maps, Time Cards, Tickets and  Full Information to Nearest Local  Agent/  G. Hillier, Agent, Moyie.  J'.,!.: CARTKBj-, '.-   i5. j. COYLB,  ���nisi,p"Hsi,Agt.-.    ;   As.s'tr;c.i.'ii,.w��.A��t  Nolh0,V '       "Vuneove-.'  I  BAOaAGB,  f1"-'/?0 '_3   JfT. t-��� CTi  S��'J..,_".;,'J |_ tb)  ���S  __Ui  M  b~F0]t~-  TEAMi^a ���:.,.'  ���" ���also���   >b:  ExPJtJESS     AND      GBNEItAJ  D15MV.EK.V.  '���'MOYIE,. ���'  fflnnuuiauni  ��BnBStsffii!^!_3i  MTSf^^Tn


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