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J,  ladies' underwear  wrappers"  dress'goods  of carpdta  LOCAL  NEWS,  '   W. _���'<. llc-id was iu Cranbrook Thura-  day. '  JJ. J. McMahon -wa3 in  Cranbrook  Tuesday.' _ '    ���    "'  G. Bremner was a visitor from-Cran-  brook Tuesday.  Ii. .Helms, Dominion Express  Go's,  auditor, is in town.     - A-AAl  TR. 10. Dealt ie, of Cranbrook,  paid a  visit to Moyio Monday. _  J.' r. Farrell wa3 in  .Cranbrook,. tbe  latter part of tbe week.  Tbe trial of  W. Hocking will take  plac-j 'in Nelson on 'tbo 16th.  1L H. Dimock, tbo" Moyie   Miners      V. Desaulnier aiid   Eddy  havo "'re-  Union    debate  to tbe  Labor ' Con-   turned from tbe St.  Eugene  Hospital  'A.MESWILKSDEGL11BD  A    Carnx>ai;i    Piriform    was     Ulsh w>ec&  isunl Fiuully Decided Upon,   l-'osfy  .    ' Dolegcteii Vi-eiA-uX,  GROCERIES, BOOTS AND.- SHOES.  i. .....  -*-*.  REID,' CAMPB_RLL& CO-  Bit '/. _  I iTi^^T^l^S��>.^S^iS__L^P��t-.  <ri TTj   i jn irin  in ai  iimn  im ji   mi ���   wajui %Sc_�� mSdj >5*..   5^, ���=*--���^-���^"-^��  ��� cl_.__>l��_____j_g_^ tin -mm -cr-ri*> -^   in hi i n miai ^..1111 ^u> "im   j��_r_p "T."i>  ~i_rti    mi     ��r^fa  <iir�� nnnr>  "^a."  IJftffiCK  w 1 ,  *  , r  (. <  Paid tJ-p Oapital, ��8,000,000.  taOQK BRANCH..    '��� ��� '   J.'W. H. SIOTE  .A.MAoKEifS.iE:  Fred (Doc) Pullman  3y3WtJj-i-ipWMC3a-rr^il-j<^--^_-��.^  A     w  A    >��  ie   Kotei' for -tlie, masses', a .Every tbing; First  in every   respect.    Sample >I?qoms for  Oom;merciaI Men; ,  vention held al Iiolsop, returned yc.  terday. ih nn'intoi-'/e;./, 21;. Dimock  fetated thai t.ho ir.oetintj '.vas'a v/arm  one. On a ic-soliuior* be:n(; p-Mi^l, to  the eifect tbat a ibiid pan.y^bboii-1..] l.e  produced, whicli u'bould be called tbe  Independent parly, Mr, Jamca TV.lks  rose and ctronglv opposed aucl\action.  He found however very little support  aud tlio resolution vyas earned . by a  large majority.  Mr. James Wilks ' was thexi offir'ed  Ifio nominution but declined, Mr.  Crie Foley, who was a. the tiiuc v/ork-  -���ng.'ai ibe Center Star mine, was then  communicated v/ith and offered . tbe  nominalioc. Atyhougb Mr. Foley was  ��=^��^ not desirous of standing, iu consideration of Mr, Wilks having declined, he  lis consented to no so, ^r.d now staud-.  33 tbe Independent Labor Party Candidate,  Tho following platform 7.ae adopted:  No. 1.���Free compulsory oduc.tion.  No, 2.~A 'legui   working   day   of  eight hours. , , '      '  No. 3���Government   inspection   of  all industries.  ,' \t0t .i.���Thc abolition  of.  tUe' contract by a tern on all public woik?. (  Xo. 5.���ThO public ownership of ail  franchises, such as railways, teleg. ivphs,  waterworks, lighting, ste.  ���tf0i 6.���The abolition of Asiatic im-  mieration, tbe application of the cdq-  caiional   tcs.1 and 0-s_ .lboUtl'jn   c'i'in-  S. \/. Murphy left  on   Monday   for  the H.'iokane Fair.    Ho er_>ccti_   to  re-  tnrn .n about a week.  , 'iborp V/ero eight incberi cf   chot;  at  ORB SHIPMENT FOE SEPT.  c  Lack oi" water Causes  Light Shipment.  QUANTITY ' 16,051 TOMS  The Kecont Kaln ari'l Sno\7 and  Comple-  ttlisof thoNew Fluino givca  "'   "' r a F,nll Supply.  For tho' month of September, the  St. Eugene Co'neolidated Mining Co's.  fliipme'nt 0. concentrates amounted,  to. 1G,051 tons'. This-amount ia considerably less than last month, tlie lack  of "\vater to run the concentrator being  tho society Girl tbe  fii.t o, th^ ..cck. | ^ ^ {_,   ^^^  noVv enab!fcB  IT ;Pollard of Goatfell   was :n  town   ..     ...   -       _. ,.    4Uj.   ,��������������J  on.Ti-esday last.   He brought a   fine  CVl  .:!un  I0YIE,  British ��� Colli nibia-  line of trout v/ith hirj.  The fire proof cellar of* McEacbprn  & Mcdonaldris being timbeicd up '\}nd  will scon be completed.  Mrs. O'Kelley/'Wife of  A. O^elleyj  of the St. Eugene boarding house,  arrived home from Spokane Tuesday.-  Ralph Smith M.P. P. has decided  to resign liis position in tbe local legislature and run for a seat at Ottawa.  G. A. ICinfc, Superintendant cf the  St. Eugene Concentrator, returned  from bis trip to, thc eastern states, last  Monday.  Bernard Johnston, a brother 'of  'Johnston Bros, "of'the Moyie Hotel,  arrived from Kaslo, this week will' re.  main a few days.'  1 Chiu Yiug, the sporting Celestial of  China town, left ior "the happy land oi  his fathers on Monday."Ho c'ockie no  more, make wife.cookie now/'  J. -H. Hawke bss purchased a horse  and e.?preeo   wagon.    Ke   is   finding  plenty of' business. ' Orders   may   be  left at Eeid Crmpbells & Go.  ThiMicw building'being  erected  by.  tbe company to run  the concensrator  at its full capacity.  CKANBROO&    ITEMS.  F. B. PJnipooji I.etunieg.  Mr, F.E. Simpson, Editor of the  Cranbrook Herald 9and wife passed  through M.oyie, on Tuesday. Mr.  Simpson for some months papt Jms  been at Cape Nome, Alaska. Me states  that Nome City itself is no good,' but  that portions oi the interior will turn  out all right. -      -,   ,  Though be has had a very ouccesstul  trip to the North he is very glad 10  get hoiri'j once mora to South East  Kootenayi where he baa so .many  friends. The .'oddfellows ledge at  Cranbrook, of whiclrMr! Simpson is a  Cranbrook Herald: '' "  Mr, Bernard McGoldriek, one of  the popular engineers on the Crow,  and Miss Shea, were united in marriage  recently at Ch'ene,'��� Ont. The bride,  and groom arrJ&ed in Cranbrook last  Saturday'and wore welcomed by Mr,  Goldrick,s many fripndB here.  ���  Messrs. Pienor & Carrie are branchr  ing out, and are about establishing a'  branch in Moy.ie, which "will be under  the supervision " of Archie Currie.  Tbey will also put in a , paper and  paint house in Cranbrook that will be  able to supply all East Kootenay.       '   ,  In St. tlioraas church, Toronio, on  Wednesday, September" 12, 1900, by  the Rev, F. G. Plum'uer, Phinoas De-  Vere Hunt, of,Cranbrook, B. C, eldest  son of the Bcv. Phincaa Hunt, rector  of St. Kevin's, Dublin, Ireland, To  Maggie"Glen, eldest iiaiigliter of tho',  late John M.'Briice. of Hamilton, Ont.  " While ljere, Secretary A. W. Mc-  Vittie, of tbe Tiirf and Athletic association, interviewed the president regard:  ing rates for 'the proposed exhibitions  by, the associations by' the association.  Shaughnessy'gaye the secretary an' attentive bearing and the resuU appears  to have been entirely satisfactory tb  Mr. McVittie. and It is highly probable  that excursion rates in the future will  be such as to enable trie association to  go ahead anil carry out its objects,  A. W. McVittie returned yesterday  from the Pincher Creek district wihere  he went to survey a tr^ct of land;  Tho bnlooked for snow storm rendered  Cranbrook, of whicirMr biaipson ___ *        . iWe for him'to do any  WQri��,  member, gave a "smoker   in honor  of     .       , d       hfl  bis'.return last night,  .lucemcnts of foreign   i in million   to  J, 1'. Farrell ��   progroaanfi. ^orao^r  ��� ' L ilicu��li U10 recent   bad   weather   has  Oi;r UnfortuR^te Editor,  Since the Autocrat of i tbo Leader  orlice received a special^ invitation" to  the Spokane ;Fair. his eyes have been  shining and his nerves twitching wiih  exciteraint'nt the thought of hia intended trip. ;This'excitement caused  a lit of nervous prosU.at5on-.-the doctor  saysitisftLaGripp-3,"butwo know bet-  ter--,-aiid be baa batu conQned^to bis bed  for tho past "three days.  i - c  .*;*>.**'.^���^���>-^&����_&i^^'_S��____��S��:d&45uS&^^-�� 4Si^i^t/f.  Lotel.  eettle in ..ii.- douiinic-i:,  >j0f 7.���The abolition of child labor  under i-I years of fig'o.  7^0, ��.���Tiie abolition oi ibo ^2o0  . deposit required of candidates for' the  Dominion House.  No. f).���-OorvpuUyiy   aibitr.iUjn   of  I  {labor disputcc.  \70i 10.���Prohibivioii of in-is-oa l.-ibor  iu competition witli free labor.  V.rDESAt'IilSIKK, - Prop.  "Large . sample   room in   connection                    <?p  with house for commercial men.   Best  , f$  of accommodations. -                                    H\  ��          - /ft.  Headquarters for CommenciaS and Mining Men.        jjfc  \-         \ - r        hi  K   nt'KEN  AVENUE,                     ������'              ��� ~              MOYIE,  P. C.     ^  Dlgolvod.'  Bryden & Norton', Merchant Tailors,  'disofved partnership on  Monday last-  Mr. Bryden, who reports  a steady  increasing trade, will carry on thc  busi  ucsij in future alone.  We toll suits to men that will.,wear.  Resell boots and shoes for men   at  *��� .-rice��.  ^'* '".'11   bats   and  caps  for  men,  '^''cokir.i. correct,stylos.  ^�� 'I'll   hose   for   boys   mado  of  ^otch lingering" wool,  Wc -f-il boots and shoes for boys and  ilr" ������'i.'fiuallod for price   in tbo  city.  ^c ui'U  knee pants  for boys   that  _fre-.il! w.,-.'  \\  i-ore  0 -'-ll move goods  than any  two  h\ town.  We sell ready made skirts for  ladies  made from New York styles.  Monthly Scliool Examination.  The following arc the names cf those  who stood highest in their respective  "classes for tbo month of September:  :1th claw, , Liazio hoe, yit\\ c'was, 1.  Elliott Crowe, 2. Fred, Pollard. 3rd  class;!. Lloyd Crowe, 2. Norbct Nei-  derstadt. 2nd class, 1. Ebon Bremner,  and Marjory Pollard, [equal], 2. Alex.  Sutherland* 1. class, Cleveland Dill.  ���2. Frank Feroglia. ' 2nd primer Sr,  Willie Golsoug, 2. Willie Walsh. 2nd  primer Jr, 1. Arthur Crowe, 2. Ethel  Bremner. lac primer, I Rnssie Hawke,  2. Alfred Caldstoii. Chart class, 1.  Boll Wbitebead, 2. Johanna Fairy,  A. W. SUTHEHL^XL)- 15. A.  Wo   sell   hoc-ii'iy   for   ladioe  spliced bcele and toos.  with  Wo tic'il hosiery fo girl;? in  all sizes.  Wc sell the host under vest for  ladies over oll'crcd for thc price.  We sell thumcdettCH, prints, art  muslins, -^ satcoiis, Val lucoe, ginghams, table linen.  Wo pay <'!lsh for k'����da "nJ buy  Ihcliv cheaper th nn others.   ,  N^5^ mmmm^^m ssis^^^^^^  interfcrrcd considerably with the work  Last night tbe second oi tbe   winter  scries of dances given by die Quadrille  Club, took place.    A very fair number  attended and   an   enjoyable   evening  v;c. spent, .       '      '  Hobt. Mills and    Fred   Irving,   wb  .,..Ye been doing assessment  work   ou   -  Tbe unusual   e*ld   spell   has   ooer  :I*.o Black Diamond claim, returned to | the cause of a number of people being  town Tuesday' night.   They report   a  wry good   showing   of  concentrating  01'J, .      <  Mr. and Mis. Ed L-awIer returned to  Moyio'last Saturday-after   an   absence  of four mouths.   Mrs. Lawler has been  a-.nning'the boarding   houso   at   the  Silver King mine, but had to leave on  account of ill health."  Paul Jensen has received   tbe    contract for grading   thc   piece   of   road  between 'Moyio   and    Moyelle.     The  iight-of-way will be tv,n feet aud grading seven tu eight feet. The contract  will be signed in tbe course of a clay  or two.  Reid Campbell & Co. have been enlarging and making frost proof tbeir  cellar for the purpose of drying a  a heavy winter stock. In consequence  of their increasing trade thuy will co,m-  p.v-nco   next   week  to  build  au  inl  and after waiting a'few days he con-  eluded to return., Mr. McVittie pays  ihat, that po/tipn of the country is enjoying an unusab degree of prosperty  ,11ns year. From the Pincher Greek  station alone this year oyer ?300,00(5  worth qf cattle will be shipped. The!  new coal 'mines at Liviugscone promises  to develope into a great enterprise and  will probably result in the building 'ot  a prosperous city at that poin.t.  H. M. Wentworth left",Wednesday  evening for his hojne in Spokane a_pd,  will devote his" time in tiie future tq  some rich mining properties'.hc hixa in  northern Idaho, During the past ?i>:  months Mr. Wentworth J���a M  charge of the columns cf the HeraLc^  editor and has done hard ivork for t}jo  f advancement of Cranbrook. Mr* "Went*.  A vvorth made many new friends during  bis stay here and all of thcin wish hihj  tbe good look hb deserves in hid future  work.  Ciiuiuln in tho Fluid.  The British Government, has placed      order.,  with firms in  Montreal,  Ham-1 duk>n  warehouse at the   roar of thoir  iltonand  other  Canadian points  for  ,t0re.  Our neighbor J.   S.   McEacbcm   is  moving     from   tbe   Batley     cottage,  winter clothing, to bo supplied to  Iho  British   troops   in   China.     Portable   ulUTi.,A          ���  houses, made in Ottawa, arc alsu ^>��- J \vhich lie has occupied tbo last three  ing sent to China for tho officers iu-c | nonti_8, to one of the new cottages  Juiiug the coming winter. Tho C. P j ljected by Gov. Agent Armstrong.  \i. arrarranging for tho shipment. yiVw Jicbachern found thc language                       of tho office divil and   nocturnal   scr-  Tho V."hltov.iit��r Strike. q[ ^ ^ ^^ l(J  much  Cranbrook  Herald :   Sept.    ,>0���All ���  tb employees Of tho Whitewater   mine  are lights sweet and whblesomef  while others are sour, "heavy,  bitter* unpalatable. The same  flour,-butter, eggs and sugar are  used 1 what makes the difference?  J--S.  ��� :'-X?��is��.  ?S5  .J**.**  t  sal  0  i fjr hiin,  and mill were culled out this morning  by tho Whitewater Miners Union, as  the result of a dispute ovor. limber  men's wnges, and .the whole force,  both union and uon-union men, complied, causing a complete  shut-down.  Tho .��rit|.-!li i.olls,'  The latest 'report of, the voting in  Ihe United Kingdom shows a strong  fooling towards -Conservatism.- The  following shows the number Ol members already re. urned : ^ ������ ���> '  (  Conservatives 2J2, -Liberals "47, "Na-  tioiialiijt-? -'^- : '.'.���.   ..  -Sothijipr in it-  There have been various , rumors  around town the last few days 'to live  effect lhat there will be a change in  tiieuianasenient'of the St. Eugene  CouBolidated Mining Co. "A representative of the Leader, calling upon Mr.  Orpnin, ascertained' that there was  no foundation ifor such rttmcrs.  in me baking  MR, PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER  can be depended upon always to make the food light,  sweet, delicious and wholesome. This is because it  is scientifically and accurately combined and contains the purest grape cream of, tartar, the most  healthful of* all fruit acids, used for a hundred years  in the finest leavening preparations.  price baking'powder CO.,  CHICAGO.  "NoTE'.���T-herc are many alleged cream of  tartar baking powders lippn the market  sold at lov/er prices, which prove, upon  analysis, to be alum powders in disguise. Alum is a corrosive pojsoiii  which musi not be takeii iu the food.  yh  1'''  ,>y.  1 i'  1  .   *i  - &  !!���[  I  I  ilM  ������ ^1 " K •• ,-
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Published in the interest of the people
of Movie and East Kootenay.    , ;
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nA.Tr.:! CF EUBSCRirTrOy.
One Tear—
SATURDAY, OOT. f3, 1900.
•'    A long  suffering wife -when  asked
what was her husband's income  said :
- "Anywhere between ,1:30 aid 3 a. ta."
Postoffice Inspector MacLeod says,
in anlinterview, 'that Moyie will  be a
■big   town.   So   does -every - man   of
judgement who has seen the place.
xljul^jv^u' J"r?
A full dinner p-ailVa good thing; so
is a full slop bucket for tbe hog,   but
'/the man who is satisfied v/ith merely
"", x full dinner pail outfof the abundance
••of wealth he'produces  is oply   on   ™
y equal with the other bea.its.-.-Froe-
mens /^abor Journal. -    -     *      "     ■
An Oklahoma girl tfho advertised
for a husband, got him. Tlie total, er-"
'pense for advertising and vveddmg
;outfit was $11, and within a year the
•husband died, leaving a life incwrapco
of $3,000. And soa\e people claip
"'that advertising dqeo'not'pay.
The coast Seamen's'Union  vecen tly
=eht a letter to President McKinley,
An amusing episode occurred during
the recent eleirliing when one cf our
young ;vlea yraa- out driving v/ith his
most particular lady-friend. The conversation having turned upon 'fortune
telling he asked her if she believed ,in
palmistry. She looked' up demurely
mid nai/ely said: "Well,_I don'tlenow,
but I think I could fortell more pleas-;
ure in the drive if 1  saw"-the  lines in.
one oi your hands."   The   fellow   sat
with boivcd head  and .wrinkled" brow
until at last'two miles had .been traveled; then an ejrpansive smile illuminated his features. He took tho lines
in one hand —and gfasped the situation v/ith the other.       ' ' ■
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IJsrvej', AXcCartor & Alosuntsr,
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Bamsters & Solicitors.
SfcYittie ^ Hutchison,
i'ire and Life assurance. Siin-
Brokers, Land Surveyera and    ,
Conveyancerr-,   '*id J>f6iariec
ve Ordew at. 3__asdop  Oitica, MOYIE.
l\   yy.   ific.TXf, rropjietor.
i*ewis Thomson;
Ansesament work Cont?actc T2jl_.n1.
Pifrtics-wishing to have 'assessment
work done on'claims in tho vicinity of
Moyie,'will do well to consult or write,
the undersigned for terms. "Work
left in ray care will be promptly at-,
ended to, and" satisfaction will be
gurantoed.    ■' •'S. A. SCOTT.
Nota.it/ Public, Accous-
iNsunANCi- Agent.
Mo^ev'-to LoAir'.'
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City   Shaving   Parlor,
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Moyie, B. 0.       —
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Zjois ?or Dele.    ft.ou?v to I o:jii.
Lota for galo in a-! ' p^rta   of   town.
JHoiiey to loan.    Agent for Kar^  and
Williams pianqp.   -Have''other special
bargains. "Before investing'see     " ."
Bo:: 17:       ''     '  ''\    ■ D. J. Elqie'r."
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B. C.
'protesting against'"tlie employment of
. Chinese sailors on United States transport ships.   It was promised' that the
evil would be-remedied, but advice
'from the headquartars of the seamen's
'union are to'the effect that cheap
'Aciatics   still  occupy the .places   on
transports across 'the Pacific which
' rightfully bglopg10Jrfwyz'2  pailors.
"' It has been'agreed that newspaper
avibsorintions are an" infallible test of .a
^man's honesty;   They'will sooner pr
later discover" the'man.   If he is dis-
'honeut he will cheat the-'printer some
way--deolaie be  haa paid when  be
has iiotr-sent 'money   in   the .mails
Svliiclvwas  lostr;-\vi'»l  take  the   paper
and not oay ror   n-pr move  oil  and
'.eave it coining to  the office he left.
' Thousands of alleged christians  aro
dishonest in this 'particular, at least,
' and the piir-ter'3 book's will tell fearful
'tale's   at   the   final' judgment.—New
Denver Ledge. ' .
Cranbrook Herald: The August output' .of the ' famous Coeur d'Alene
mines, with 20 or more 'dividend payers, was 15,300 tond of concentrates.
It has taken 12 years or more lo
acbivetbis result.' The output of the
Cj. R JUGGINS.,   ,
Physician and gur^eoii
■ *   .     1      ,       f-    ;-.. '^-r     * * j ,■•-■
0«at9 All pthef States ifi ftoduo-
/•'  ~\ - ; -'"Las Hoyse*   :    '   *''"'.
three shipping minep in the vicinity of   ^
Cranbrook for the  month of  August J ^et him. once when he wao bringLagorp
I 0e>     SUxyc    a    S3otna&m&x& '  oi    !PJt_3ttl
' „    Rt&tts, "Whh GlstAsw P&opaewt'
ana' Btt«e»-MxSnj5   ens
"     " Ksatlvtsfc"'
•^Speaking ot this record' pi Joe
Patches* the Kansas ''Xxor&s* &q -you
kiiW" (5J.id a Kaiieae horseman'and
reai" oetat6'"s^n^iftt^t"KflJasa3 la the
greateat naturjil hdr»6: ooiintry In the
world? Talk >boui 'Arabia! - Why, it
simply tsn't in it- wltK Kansaa,' &?you
could trace tbii-J aii'apGtry' of' all tho
noted horses tit the world 'yoit would
rim ■ 'era back "Srialliy to tlrla country.
Jx'& £ho pHnifttd.-- and. water that gives
'em iho winA ^Jid' &$&&."
" **H6'w Bboui Pagttfiuu?" asked a eal-
low>-Hon_iplves_ion©d - profes&or-lookiag
man, -who" wcrQspe^tivcles Rind talked
v-riih e J5orjtoii-beaa r,'ocen'L. <f'
"What was hia stool*:; Hardbteionian
or Kentucky Whip 7" eeked the Kaiioaa
horneman, who' hadn't hoard oi Po--
gaaufl, an<J xraa avidently 4>arrinfi. *OT
wind.  "'■ '*
■ "Pegaaue," rej>b!.ei5 tbe proito-sor, aa
he dclibefately.v^iped his spectacles,
."was the noted fijiugEteed. captured by
Bello-ropboDL, the uon of Glaueua, whilo'
quenching- Ifca 'thir&fc at a cclebnited
"Oh, yes,* said .the Kenaaa hors*inan,
brightening, ^Vecollocr. all about it now.
That spring wy down hea-e ai .Geuda,
Suaauer county. Be^t ivat-er ior horses
S ever oaw, Wild hor sea uced to come
100 miles to drink thai water. Didn't
know that feller Bcllerophon peri, onal-
ry, but heard oi hint'often.    Think I
was 4650 tons, a little lesa   than   one-
'thirdoftb'e output  of   the   Coenr d'
Alene disuict, much of .which did not
jiave to be concentrated.    It has taken,
' ^on an average, legs than three years to
accomplish this result, and the output
for  September will largely   increase
;heae figures.   South ' East Eoolenay
- is all rigiit
British Coiumbia.
James Kerrigan & Co.
^jaolesale O-rocers
aeneral Agents;
Home and   Foreign   Bonded   Waro-
Ajijily to
M. L. HOLLISTEE, J&loyie.
J_5i €/« 1
Barker Sbop.
Opposite  Cosmopollten-   Hotel
■     '     '
' IV. L. FOISV I'rop,"
Some munths ago Mr. James Duns-
'piuir announced bis intention of discharging the Chinese employed in his
coal mines,   and   advertised   ior   S00
practical white men to Lake their place.
The Chinese were  .dismissed   as   announced, and all  practical and competent men since   presenting   themselves at fhe mines have been' given
employment.    The  number   of   coal
miners-offoring, however, was not sufficient.    The   Scotch   mail   to   hand
gives particulars of a miners' meeting,
hold "at   Hamilton,  Lanarkehire,   at
which 200 decided to start for Nanaimo
to work in thp mines,   i.i Lady smith,
^he flourishing little mining town near
Kanaimo, some 500 cottages aie cemg
erected for the convenience oi minors,
lo tbat  when   the   Lanarkshire   mon
come out they will have bouse accomodation prepared ior  them.   The em
ployment of   white  men   instead
Chinese will mean much to  >;anaimo,
and indeed lo the .Province  generally.
Tbp Chinaman would nevor   tend   to
build np   a   community.   He   is   an
isolated, peculiar ureatuie,who merely
exists where a whito man  tfould  live.
lie sends hia earnings, when he is  not
in bondage, back to  China,  and   gets
there himself as soon as  be   makes   a
little money.    The British   miner,  on
tbe  other   hand, spends   hia   money
where he makes-it and enters into   the
life of the community   in : winch   he
lives, sharing the duties'and   respoim'
bi.itkE of citizenship.—Nelson Econo-
a herd oi horsee from Texas. Boys used
m call him 'Beiler" bapauso he talked
loud. You could hear him all ovei.
town when he called ior a drink. H$
was something ot a blow, but he know
the points of a horso, all iright."
"How abaut Bucephaiua?" aaiedthe
proiesBor, us soon as hocrecpvere4 from
his firat Bhock of surprise.
"Don't" just call the"horse to mind,"
paid the Kansas horseman, knitting his
brows in thought. "When did he make
hia record?"
"He was the wttd horse that waac
broken to ride, by Alezan-iier, after he
had thrown the most expert cques-
trianB of Philip's court," responded the
professor, with an expression that
plainly indicated, "I have him now.".
"Why,  pf  course," sold the Kansas
horseman.      -"Ought  to  have remembered that before.   That horso used to
run in a herd that rang-ed between the
Pan IiaTulie and where Wichita is now.,
deed  to rrmge down on the Peavina
fiat*, in Sumner aud Harper coimtica,
nearly every uuron>cr:   Seen him. many
a time.   No question but what he v.-ae.
bora  down iu the soutiiwest. part oi
the atote.  Finest -wlldharEe I over saw.
Had  a  mane that come down to his
knees .and wiica he smelled danger you
could hear hbn unort half a uiilo.  That
bellow AJcsander that broke him—let's
fi6c_v,-hat waa Ms flrdt name?   Well,
3ir, ha could ride enything" that wore
hair, ban he mighty near had to give
In when he strack that horoc.   T understand that be told borue of the boys
arour-3  "tovni thut 1 c wouldn't ta/:kle
another job of that kind Tor a liiindred
dolIriTS.    A_s I xvvj! saying .there is just
no  end  to  t.b6 vnntl :*nd nervp of n
ivansaa-bred hiiWuJ*    „  __
treated Waters .^ of all
Whiskey, Wines, Beer,
Cigars, Produce, Fruit,
Etc,   Etc.,   Etc.,    Etc.
Just receiyed a fine -isaort-
ment of Meriden Britannia
High grade movements in
cold, gold -filled pr silver
Official'Watch Eepairer .for   C,
Cl-ANBROOK,   B.  C.
AT 0. H. MHvEE'fc
Orders Solicited.
1 _
Soda Water ,and Syp'hens.
B, C
Repaired and Mud" lo Order.
A. SMITH,      Moyie.
You- will find a  full stock of
General     Hardware
1 °
JuBt received  a carload of
A CalbSolicited,
TKrsnor in conntectiok.       \
Moyie, B.C.
'x'his Jiotel is'now open to tho public, and'is well f -r~
ished throughout. None but the best brands ol wine*
Jiqi_ors and cigaro kept in stock.   '    .       .     i t
r    r    . m / it j. _ ' *        i
% T^isS Hotel is New-and well Furnished. Thi I
%   "" Tables ilare Supplied with the Best thJ
%.     , Market affords. The. Bar is Filled with
s       tfyeBe^t Brands,of Liquors and CigaA
* I' ^     *v
A, MOiy*5, -   ■ - T      ' ,    -      '      ~    '"     1MHT1SH COLtTiHud
<i ■* ■■ •   ■ "     ■» •■ , v,j. -        .; ' v":
Ipthing,    Gents'    Furnishings,
Boots,  Shoes,.Hats, Gloves, Etc,
.Victoria Ave , Mem
WM.lMIIlLS, proprietor.
Minera   bea'dauarters,     Good   accommodations- for  traveler.*!.     Bc='. ^
liqubre »nd cigara kept in stock.
Lake Shore Addition
Furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware,
.   Qlothing, and Groceries,   ,
Call on
Patent medicines,  toilet
articles, oflice stationery
and _school  supplies. . . .
Lem-iiso Library: If j'ou want a book
ask for it and it will  be   procured   for
you without delay.
Chemists and DrupglBtt,
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CLL Al1 T}iE
abinet Cigar Store
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Queer's Avenue. " MOYIE, B. C,
The only hou.se in East Kootnay
Fir.,i clash/n every rb=si ocL. _ Bpecial
rate.- to boanlerj. Gjcu cample' room
for commercial men.
European plan.    Open day and night
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Agent for  the  Hamilton  Powder  Company,  and  Shcrrin Williams
t n
;.   .      MOYIE B. O.
Are Now Open and Ready ?j
Business With a Full hW
Staple and Fancy
Yuu are Invited to Inject ^fj
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rrjtfS j-jHE MOYIE LEADER.  moyie,  B.   0.  THE COMPO'S FAULT.     .  , >.,.. comJioultn*'  Kue-w  When  It  '��� ,.c���v l want you to stop my impel-  , "' "-'otluv on.'" said U"? _>roini:iout  P.'/^'^'lio entered the editorial ollice  VTL't His <i-sl <ioNvn biinI ��" tlicir?  r t u'i��i.> .'U w.iich tlio editor waa  f?��v ii'iwhli��K PU'*!^ opliiicii.'  .u-li-wDv." K��sp��-'d tbe . editor,  , ,,t'.s tlie mat ter V Didn't you sea  .,,;' c,0iumn  editorial,. I   printed   this  1 nrnlnit ��nv,u�� you would'be th0 m'xt  iftcnl fumlldttte.Tor   congress   from  ft}li< district.'  ,No i didn't read It, and-1 don't  L V to now. All 'that yon can say  >or this will nevbi* undo the wroii��  vou have douo iny  family.    Look at  lint!'1 ' '   .  Tlien lie spread out a copy of tbe  i>m1luton Palladium, and; tapping  M-ccly vftli tlio bundle of Ills cane  [L,'a loiiK article1 *ihat bad the best  W,/in on the flrsl Pjiff-I continued:  /���That In tho chsay my .'daughter road  l, tiR. I'oinineiK'eiiH'nt exercises night  Mere la'st-br.  at least,   that's   what  |M)ur|)"H�� to l,o!" .     , '  ������Yes. sir, It's verbatim���printed right  Ironi'lit'i' own copy, and a very"-  "Oh. It Is. !�� l1*' 'i'Uen, (leisimo, sir.  Upliii'ii tiii-s���wliort? is It'.-hero!    'Let  Leivlicn I bnvo k) ..lK'l.o.l myself upon  Ihcsi'-i of Hf<' be not as a shirt without  ��� Vufili':'    There, sir!   .There It  Is  In  Win black and white!    Who changed  bat i'toni 'ship without a rudder?'   1  Lve'liolifrlit this'cane on purpose.'to"���'  There was a fioiind tin of railing ^hias  trom die coiiiponiii'jj mom.    Hut wheu  Iho editor ����<���  the   prominent citizen  looked in the pliier' was- empty.  Viittir.-'*  Wfiitor  .S lorn (TO.        '  As-the ri.'sult  or *J0 years of ex perl-,  neubi nt   Hot lia Misted. (l'..iKl.'in<.. ��� It  Is  (ho'.vn that in th*' winti'i* months more  itimii half of tlio nniouiii of rain tiiat  |fall* pi'in-initos  Into tlio soil aiui  become   available  ,U)v   the' supply   o'f  iprin;'.-. while In Uit' summer only ouo-  Iquatl-r of Die ralnfsill  f-i absorbed ,hy  |t_. sn.l     The  i.ms'iinum   nuiimity  of  vaier in tho soil-Is at :i depth of about  |40 lticl i"*.      ,        . , *  V  Pen.slniljcf lo  Version.  .|.i.v..i>l tpt-sri  ini'n all retail.',   ns  'J ill  ;ti"iV=iiTi't oin^  li.iu'.!  f.-...;.! ii,i= t nut wi'-Icim* lu-liiii'l us  l\ill  I..-  itv soon waslit-a euL  ./may he only a trifling t.old, but neglect  (tand it will .fasten its fangs, in your lungs,  Isiid you will'soon he carried to an  untimely  [pave.  In  this c uufrvi; vvo^jhavo  sudden  IcJwwres and must exjJ>pQKtcp\o$'c dbiiKOt? una  fcoldi*.   We cannot aV_fid<. t.iurh. bot-tfe can  feifect n curo by using Bickers Anti-Con--  |__mptne Syrup, tho medicine thai has never  (been known lo lull in curing  coughs, coldd,  Jbronchilij imd ' all 'affections of thelhroat.  flung"und cheat.   ���       ��� "������    '   ' ' '  lie Apoloislnod,  Internatioiial courtesies are to be ol>  lEerved even In disreputable professions,  bosiah Flyi'it, who iias shared'the coiu-  jliany of tramps In order,, to procure  Idata as.to thl-ir methods of living, re-  Slates nn- Instance of true 'politeness  [from one of tbat unsavory brotherhood.' He says .in .'.'Tramping- Witb  |Trainps:"  "In Glasgow's, fellow vagabond did  line a good turn. We were-walking  I along tho - street, when three town  j tramps came along and 'guyed',my hat.  I My companion noticed it, and I told  hihn 1 had suffered In that way before.  1 Then he turned sharply about on the  jEcofTeis and thundered out':  { "'Wlio're you lookin at? Bf you're  itryiu to guy this Vauk, you'd better  [stop! Ef you don't, there'll be a fight!'  "'Let's run,', said 1, 'if you really  j mean that.'  , "Not much! I'm English, you know.  [and I can knock out any Scotchman  | that conies round. I'm in the mood for  lit right now.'*,   -:_    .'    -       - ''   ���       -  'The town Vagabonds took him nt his  I word and loft.    Then I said to him,  j 'You English   follows   seem   to   have  i things  pretty   nnicii   your   own   way  here.' " ' '  :   "'Yes,' said he; 'we English  fellers  ; know liow to bluff.   We've been blufllu  j the world now for ft good many years.'  "You  forgot the   United   States!'  I  could not lioip interjecting.  "'l-i'K pardon, Yank,' said be.    'Beg  Pardon!"'  to  %   miHwriy iv u  <5.  /ft  <ft  9>  tti  (tt  $  /ft  ffi  /ft  fo  fo  fo  fo  Alloway & Elaiii  BANKERS AND  -  BROKERS   362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  �������   '  StocltB and bonds bought, sold and  carried   on  margin.    Lieted  mining stocks carried .���  "' TOOMBS AND STEPHENS.  A Friend nil ip Thnt Wn�� of Great Ds��  io the Former.  I)r. F. II. Onne told mo several good  stories about /im- old time statesmen.  Among oilier fliioedoti-s and incidents the-  doctor gave me souio piquant reiuinis-  c��'iu,*os of Toouihu aiid Stephens.  .Tooinbs iihvays tried to. impress peoph  with the belief that his .(jonius nfade liim  equal to iiny emei-gciicy. Even when  he studied hard or availed himself of thc  labor of others he eix-ouraged the idea  tliat his nv'iKit splendid efforts were thc  result of the itispirnticiu of the moment,  en'tireb offhand, without any special prep  'ni'jui.Hi for'the occuWon- '  , Onr-c. wheu a very important debate  wa-< going- ou in tho federal congress.  Ti'-'ombs nuidc a majriiilictnt speech wltlel;  atf.atted everybody's attention.  it was not ynly iui eloquent speech,, but  it was remarkable for ll.s masterly array  of facts and tigures ami Its convincing ar-  ^unieuts.   '��  "Vou must have "devnted5 considerable  time t<�� its preparation," snid one of thc  stdiesmen's admirers.    , < v,  "Well,-I gave about two hours to it,"  Tifombs replied, witli a careless, indifferent nir.   0  '' Somebody repeated tills to Stephens in  tiie presence of several congressmen.  "Two hours!" he exclaimed, somewhat  irriiably. ��� "Prepared that speech-in two  hours, did he? I spent two weeks On it  That's nil I care-to say,"  Stephens had patiently nnd laboriously  Collected ,file statistics, and Toombs had  merely added (lie nourishes.        J'  The two great Georgians attended a na  t'ionnl-Democratic convention shortly before'the war, and Stephens''was confined  to his bed ju.st when lie could least afford  to he laid up.        -    "   , '  After an important caucus Toombs visited his friend and sal down by his bedside.  . "Aleck," he said, "it was proposed' to  Dominate,you for vice president, but I  told them tbat you did not want the oflice  nnd would decline, the nomination, so  they took the other mini.".      , .  "Toombs," 'replied" Ihe invalid.' ''when  you told them lhat you know you were  lying!"���Atlanta Constitution;  Wta ltli erf    '  ,   The  Tulip  CVnsr.e.  About the middle of tlie seventeenth  century  the   l-.dip   lieenme   known   in  Germany, and u seieuti.-.t named (Jos  tier gives the lir.st description of this  (lower.    First only the 'yellow variety-  was known, and then otiier colors were  produced by crossing.   Tbe Dutch, particularly tbe citizens of Ilaailem, pro-"  duccd the most wonderful varieties of  this   flower   and   obtained   enormous  prices for them.,  Iu 1034 the trade in tulips assumed a  peculiar turn. It 'degenerated into a  sort of a game of chance, so that in  1073 tho authorities felt called upon to  interfere and to issue edicts against'  extravagance in tulips, as tbey former-  iy had against trains, and laces.,. This  interference, would seem to be justified  if one reads tbat hrlCOO a single (lower  of this sort, called the Viceori'. was  pald^ for with two cargoes of wheat,  four cargoes of rye, four fat oxen,  eight fat hpgs, 12 fat sheep, two casks  of wine, four.barrels of beer, two tons  bf butter. ,1,000 pounds of cheese,, a  complete bed, a suit of clothing and a  sjlver tankard,  Anotlier biilb, tbe Semper Augustus,  was paid for with 4,000 gold guilders  and a coach witb a double team of  horses.0 In Haarlem the tulip craze  reached Its height' in tlie decade from  1030 to 1G-10, when a price of 12.000  gold guilders (ubout $9,000 American  money) Is recorded for a single bulb.  A SHORT ItOAD to health was opened  tO'thoso suffering from chronic coughs,  asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, lumbago,  tumors, rheumatism, excoriated nipples  or inflamed breast,, and kidney o<5m-  plaints, by tbe introduction of the inexpensive and effective remedy, Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil,,  A GREAT REPUTATION  HAS   BEEN   ACHIEVED  BY  DR.  WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS.   '  Marine   Person-Yes,   we're  goin   to  drag the river.  ��� Simon   Milkweod-So!  thev 'dragging it"to?  A PAINTER'S VISION.  Where   are  IUm lllnii(l��*r.  'Yoiii* wife seem*: to have taken a vio  /f��Mislil.o to Meet hem."  '^���s. When lie was at the house the  ct-'Pi"thiy lie loaned his head back ngniiiM  ��"'�� "t the ornamented tidies she keep*-  on the rocking chairs for that   imrposc.'  only  that  Dia-  Like  Dis-  dis-  arc the  medicine  will cure  betes.  Bright's  case this  case was incurable until  Dodd's Kidney Pills  cured it. \ Doctors  themselves''", "confess  tliat without Dodd's  Kidney Pills they .are  powerless "against Diabetes. Dodd's Kidney  fills are the first medicine  that over cured Diabetes.  Imi tationa���-box, namo and  sill, are ad vcrtiscd to do so,  "ut tho medicine-that does  curd  fi  ���s Dodd's   Kidney    Pills.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are  ���J ftY   cents a box   at   all  'hug-gists.  The Storr of Ono ol.Mimkn��5"'fl  Fr-  nionH I'alnilnes.  Manv nn incident in the career of  Michael Schroedor���created Baron Mun-  kaozy in the Hungarian nobility���was  a pitiless illustration of the truth of  Dryden's line thnt great wits are sure to  r.iudness near allied and thin partitions  mark the bounds of separation.  His marvelous' and fantastical -career  both as man nnd as artist was marked  hy a hundred episodes that might have  been construed ns evidence of nn unbalanced mind, but it wils not until Ins ronton'becfune hopelessly clouded thnt the  woild realized in how tremulous n balance had hung the Intellect which hnd  given it three pictures which won for  their painter fm"c>. riches, decorations,  lilies and a devoted regard such as is  bestowed upon very few men in any wftlk  of life. .  , ' ,  I lis weird methods of conceiving and  working out his pictures never Imd n  more startling illustration than in the  case of his most ruinous canvas, (-��r,iff  Before Pilate." This picture, which is -O  feet long nnd 12 Cect high, contains more  than 40 figures. All the figures save one  were sketched in wilh it rapidity a most  mnniacal between dawn and twihgul ol  one dny. The one space remaining empty  wa*; that reserved for the figure of Jesus,  and it remained so many days wlnlo  Munknczy worked on the other figures.  As he approached the onsis of white canvas left untouched by his blazing colors  the   artistic  and  devotional   fervor  grew  pon Idm, and he shut himself nwny  1���m he sight of man that he might in  mJfect solitude and silence realize .his  concent ion of the Man of Sorrows.  Wlton the Picture ,'as finished-and- had  brought him worldwide fame ho always  insisted that while lie was sitting .alone  nnd lost in a profound "ruveno a white  jriinoatcd before his oyes ami passed  inlo thc tin painted space on the canvas.  The ninter, shaking with excitement,  I ranj fohvn'rd arid u'Kh trembling hands  Si.ted in the figure which had come to  I ke the phantasmagoria of a dream.,  owov-r the inspiration for that dead  wi te n-ure. set amid resplendent cn.n-  "    '  nnd  purples.-came to   him.  we all,  ,m '1 its effect upon the world wns.  Hi   est        ed that 2,000,000 people saw  f ��� tie Su'rte of its triumphant tour  ���l ng nations-    O^ut,. cnibnss.es   er  ,     ,nMiH   Jews.��� Moliiimincdnns. Cluis  ^''":'\Z( ^A\A-'^A^  ���5^���Si���-iSi.i."ii-..��w*  kuees nnd prayed.  HIh Lifo For a  lliiiul.  In a little tov/n or village in Gloucestershire there is a church which  contains the mortal remains of.ofie of  the old Crusaders. In molderlug effigy lie is depicted on the tomb, while  by his side ia cold eloquence is imaged  the form of his wife., It will be noticed  by even the casual observer that the  female image is bereft of one of the  hands, "and the story runs tliat the  Crusader, while fighting in the east,  was made a prisoner of war and  brought before .Salsdin, who, before  .executing judgment opon him, asked  him if there was any reason wh'yi he  should'.not be put to death. To this  the knight replied, that be was but  young; and would leave a newly wedded  wife, who would bitterly* wourn his  loss. *     " ��� ��� y  "The love of woman is as a fleeting-  breath," retorted the. sultan! '"Your  wife will forget that you have ever-  lived; she will love again and marry  another." To this the sad knight  could only reply that on ber fidelity  he could rest his soul.- ."Well, then,"  replied Saladin, "I will promise ou my  oath as a soldier that if this man's  wife will cut off one of her hands and  send lt to me I will set him free to  go to her." By tedious aud slow jour-  oevlngs the message came, and she', ln  all" piteousness for him whp was her  lover nnd her lord, caused her hand to  be cut off and sent ,it to the sultan,  who ki'pt his word and set the Cr'u  sader free.__   Aa Paiimeij3e's Vegetable Pills contain Mandrake and' Dandelion, tiny cure  Liver and Kdney Complaints with unerring  certainty. '1 bey aUo contain Roots and  Herbs which h-ive specific virtues truly wonderful in their action on the stomach and  bowel-. Mr. B. A. Cairncross, Shakespeare,  writes: "I consider Parmelee's Pills an excellent remedv for Biliousnesi and derangement of the Liver, having u.ed them myself  for some time.  Not only In Cuuadu, But in Every Civilized  Country Throughout the World��� M>rit  Alone' baa   Olvtn-Tlila,   Medicine   Its  ' Great Prominence Over Competitors  Knei'ywlicre. '  The    reputation     achieved  by   Dr.  Williams'-   -Pink, Pills     not- only    in  Canada,    but  throughout the  wbrld,  rests upon a very solid, basis, which  may   be summed   up   in   two  words-  stcriing' merit.   The ���    Enterprise haa  had   occasion   to   investigate  a  number   of. cures  effected   by ., this  medicine,   and   knows  that   in'some     instances   at   leant. these   cures     were  ���wrought     after  other  medicines  had  failed even  to1 give    relief.     Recently another  cure came, undqr. our  notice  that cannot fail  to increase the  popularity       of Dr.  Williams'   'Pink  Pills  in  tlie-*locality  in ,which  it  occurred, and as wc can vouch for the  facts,  it . may  well  bring    hope  t*  sufferers elsewhere.  ,Mr.   Walter  II.  Johnson  is  one    of  the,   best    known   residents    of    the  northern section   of   Queen's county.  lie resides in the town of Caledonia,  where    he keeps  an    hojtcl,  and   also  runs a1 stage that carries    passengers  and  mail   between - that , town     and  Liverpool, a distance ol some thirty  miles."     Mr.  Johnson was  in Bridge-  water recently, on which, occasion he  gave, a reporter  of this     paper     tho  following, facts:     About   three  years  ago he' was taken very ill.     He had  the best of medical attendance,  -but  made very  little  progress towards recovery,     arid  the, doctor    told     him  there was   very little    hope that he  would  be  able  to, return to his  former work.    The trouble appeared to  have lc-cated  itself  in     his    kidneys, -  and for eight .weeks or more he, was  confined  to  bed.  He  suffered  greatly  from constant pains in the,'back, hia  appetite     became  impaired     and  hi��  constitution generally appeared  to be  shattered.   At  this juncture  he decided  to  try    Dr. Williams'.*.Pink'Pills,  and got a half���dozen boxes.'    In the  course  of'a'co.upl'e  of  weeks  he no-,  ticed   an -improvement   in. his   condition and he continued the use of thc  pills'until he had taken some ten-or  twelve boxes1,, when he not only felt  that his,cure-was complete, but also',  felt  that  in  all respects    his  health  was     better  than- it     had    'been .for-  years.  .Since that time he has   bcen-  continually     driving   his   coach  , ;be-  tween Caledonia and Liverpool,  and-  has  not  had  the slightest return, of.  the  trouble,     notwithstanding     that  he has to'face at times, very inclement  weather,   that might  well  bring  on a return of the-trouble had    not  his system been "so"strongly fortified  against     it  through     the. use  of Dr.  Williams' .Pink Pills.' .. - ,-"���  If the bloo'd is--- pure and wholesome disease cannot exist. The reason why ..Dr. .Williams' , Pink Pills-  cure so many'" forms ot, disease i.s  that they act directly upon the, blood  and nerves, thus reaching the root of.  the   trouble. Other' medicines   act  only ' upon ' the symptoms of the  trouble, and that is ��� the reaso.n  the trouble always returns when you  cease these medicines.' Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills make permanent euros in  -kidney troubles, rheumatism, erysipelas, anaemia and kindred diseases.  But be sure you get _the genuine  which ' bear the full' name" Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People on  the.  wrapper' around   every   box.  0-U/f~  &yJ^<yl  0i#��r Jte#n#*n*oo*u(/.  WESTERN CANADA.  BUSINESS COLLEGE  Market   Str��i't., Opp. City Hall,  "Winnipeg; Man.  BEST SYSTKMS.   THOltOUGH COUKSE8  WriU) for catalORue. ,  W. A. S1PPKELL, B. A., Principal.  OF  W. N. U.   291  Chronic Detian'oemeots of the Stomach,  Livku and Bi-oon are speed! y removed by  the active principle cf tho ingredients entering into the compo-ition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pil.'s. These pills act sp.'cifically on  the deranged organs, stimulating to action  ihe dormant energies of tho system, thereby removing disease imd renewing life and  Titality io the afilicted. In this lies the groat  secret of the popularity of Parmelee's Vegetable pills.  STAGE  GLINTS".-  coincntioii  nnd   the W .  I.rantford,  hired a couth e    lhury.  vl��:il��l   Pen- l'"��r   Hi.  "Fuii."   '  The following incident illustrates  tho fact that in some places' prohibition does prohibit. The little town oi  Mt. Pleasant; Brant County, Ontario,  has a small Woman's Christian Tempera nee Union, whose memhers are energetic, Christian women, und they  w-iCi the help of other go:id people  have for tli rec jcars prevented their  one hotel keeper from getting .a  license to sell  liquor.   ,  Tlu: county W.C.T.U.  was held tlu re. recently,  C.T.U. deli-rates from  about vPi.\li-en ladies.  \ovi.moo and driver from  Knowing that there was no liquor  sold at the hotel, they thought it  would be a safe pla'ce for the you>m  tiinn to get his dinner, l.lowevcr, the  pi-opriet'.r. having no regard for the  law, thought it would be excellent  fun to gel the driver of the W.C.T.U.  woiiun'driiuk. So before it was time  for i he mi io return they learned'that  their driver was in the bottom of the  waggon ("cud drunk. Two of the  la die:, ivturm-d by train, and arrangements were made for the return of  tl.u others.  Within about ten days the proprietor of that hotel was arrested for selling or giving li pior without a license,  was convicted and sentenced lo pay  n line i\nd costs of eighty-four dollars. The prosecution was by th>- official authorities, and not bv the W.  CT.U. Tho man has since sold out  arid left the town ���Kinina A. Wheeler,  in  Union Kimi.il.  TYP  AND  MATERIAL  Kyrle Bellew is to, appear, in a London melodrama.  ��� Stevenson's novel, "Treasure Island,"  has been dramatized.  Josephine IlaK avi'II star next season  In. "The Military Maid."   ' -     ' _  Digby " B'ehy is meeting' with great  success as a monologue entertainer in'  the vaudeville bouses.  Lions real,and alive were,shown in  the arena act of "Quo Vadis" as performed at Portland, Orl  iSeymour nicks, and' wife, Ellaline  Tert'iss, will begin a tour in the United  States next September in "MyDaugh-  er-in-law."-  ��� '       ._. - ,    -  "Miss Ilobbs" has been as successful  in London as it was in New York."   It  has" passed its one hundred and fiftieth  'performance at the'Duke   of "York's  theater. ,     . _. _.       ',   ' .  .Each'^Siamese' mandarin has his own  theater." "The actresses" are" his "slaves-  No' men.appear' on^ the stage. Rich  mandarins havo'' as/ many as 100 actresses and more,,. ,       -   -  Elizabeth." Marbury has obtained  .I'L'Eacbautment," andj.will._s.ell the  "American1 "rights oh', her return, from  Paris. The play, deals with a.young  gii-1 who falls in''love with her sister's  husbaud., .- .    .. ..::     -,     ,. -.   ,.    ���  The authorities of the,city of Konigs-  burg recently "ottered a prize of. 12,000  francs for the" best opera of a popular  nature.-..An ,idea of. the crowded com  ^dition of the,.musical,,-profession . in  Germany may be derived-from the fact  that, more .than 400-.operas'were submitted..    . ,-., ., - i   Montreal.' Free Bos. Ar;.  P. 81.50 np.   E. P. J1.00 ei.  ,T  Do you want Ink?   ,  Do you want Type?  Do you want Plates?  Do you want Stationery?  Do you want a Ready Print?.'  I i  Do you'want to trade Presses?  Do you \rant tb trade Paper-Cutters?  Do  you .want ANYTHING,   in  the  way of Printing Material?  Correspond with the  ounflry Co.  (LIMITED.)  INC  for the Printer  NORTHWESTERN BRANCH,  175 Ow.en St.v Winnljeg, Man.  British Columbia Branch, Vancouver  Hotel Balmoral,  There never was, and never will be. a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  to which fl. sb is heir-thc very nature of  many cuiativcs being such that were the  eerms of other and diifcrcntly seated dis-  eases /rooted in the system of the patient���  what would relieve one ill m turn would ag-,  ���anvato the other. Wo have, however, m  Suiniae Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  SrioTOua ills. By its gradual and .adicioua  Effiraile-t systems are, led into conya-  Knce and strength by the influence which  Qumiae exerts on nature's own restoratives  it relieves the drooping spirits of those widi  whom'a chronic state of .morbid despond-  eneyand lack of interest in life is a disease  and, by tran^uilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to the action of the blood, which, being  Simulated,1 courses, throughout -the. veins,  SX&onine the hcaithy animal functions  of the system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and eS life to'tta digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result"improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  ^Toronto have given to the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual ra e, and,  Sed by tho opinion of scientists, this  S approaches nearest perfection of any m  the market.   All druggists sell It.  EPIGRAMS BY  BALZAC  Love is not only a sentiment; it ia an.  gpf  Generous souls are defective in business faculty. '��� ;  The savage has feelings only. The  civilized has*feelings and ideas. (  Nations, like individuals, derive their  vigor from noble sentiments only. .-  A woman's errors come almost always  from Jier .belief in good or her confidence,  in truth. ,    ,  The man'of superior mind makes sport  of those who compliment him nnd sonic  times compliments those of whom ho h  really making sport in  his heart  Stanstead Junction, P. Q., 12t�� Aug. 180*.  MESSRS. C. C RICHA'RDs & CO.  Gentlemen,���1 fell from a bridge  leading from a platform to a loaded car  while assisting my men in unloading a  load of grain."- Tbe bridge went down  as well as the load on my back, and I  struck on the eudsof the sleepers, causing a serious injury to my leg. ' Only  for its being very fleshy, would have  broken it. In an honr could not walk;  a step. Commenced using MINARD'S  LINIMENT, and the third day went to  Montreal on business aiid got about  well by the use of a cane. In ten days  was nearly well, I can sincerely recommend it as the best Liniment that  I know of iu use.  Yours truly, OH. GORDON.  Thus Snmmer Poet.  I cannot go in search of air;  1 have my duties to pursue.  So consequently lunl my swear  Upon those folks that can and do. '  1 execrate their foolish ways,  Their picnics, moonlight rides and fetes  And much prefer, myself, these days  To turn out verse at liberal rates.  ���Town Topics.  .     Golf.  ' A. whang���a1,whirring through the air^-���  Two hundred yards to walk.  Another whang���an hour's search  Hade warm wilh low breathed talk.  .     ;  A triplication of t)ie whang���.,.  1      The walk and talk the same;      ,  The green���a pretense al croquet���  And that's the golfing game. ���Lifo.  B eware of   Ointments for  Catarrh  That Contain Mercury,  As mercury will surely destroy the sense of  smell and c ompletely derange the whole system when entering it through.the mucous surfaces.   Such articles should never be used ex-  Alnin! Ready'to Settle Down.  "That old nian'yoin by," said the land-  Knd   of Mho   tavern   at   Yaphauk .to   tln\  .itimncr man.   indic-atiug with a jerk of  his   thumb  a. bent   and. time   worn   (ip  .ne   1.I1.U   was   doddering   down   the   vil-  la.ui'-btieet, "is'Unr-lo Zimri Tarpy.    He's  ��� lived here'all'his life���'most 8ti years."  " "'ITin!" 'commented the city man. with  .-nii'il   rufctiousness.'   "lie   must   like   it  11-: 1* pretty'well by this time!"  "Oh. yes; he says - lie guesses he'll  *.i":il;e this village his ' permanent- .resi  It-nee.", ���        --*,   ���- ��� u    -  The Intellect*!.*:! Glrli " '  "lt is a great dniwhack to have sense."  " "What do ynu meanV"  "When a girl has sense, all the men  she likes best are afraid of her."���Chica  sro Iteeord. _ *  UuTACfANA  " RELIANCE   CIGAR  " 1 UoW>AP. A,     FACTORY, Montreal  Interrupted. >���  "Eliza, you'll never again get me out  ,it 4 o'clock-lo cut the grass."  "David." I wanted you to do it beforo it  got  hut."       .       ���    -   -  ".Wi.IL Eliza, .it got hot in just three  iniunres. I hadn't cat five strokes before  ihe people on. both sides of us threw twp.  bi.dcag.es and  four alarm clocks at me.'*  Minard's- "liniment Cures ColdSi Etc.  DrcafloJl  Result.  ���   'The Hritish action seems to he taking  thc Peking horror in rather stoical  fash  ion."  "Yes. 'Ihey are afraid of stirring u|  Alt'ivd Austin."���Cleveland Plain Deal  er.  THE NATIONAL LIFE  ASSURANCE-CO. OF CANADA  1       '       Issues an Ideal   Policy.  Write to NARES, ROBINSON & BLACK  Mgrs. Manitoba and J��. W. T���  Winnipeg, Man*  Or to PEXKK DICKSOX, Genentl Agent,  "Winnipeg, Man.  Instrument*. Drums, Uniforms, Etc  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted.   Fine catalogue  SOU Illustrations mailed free.   Write us for aar  thin* in Muslo or Musical Instruments.  __    ,       t, k. n��.    Toronto,Oat.,��jxd  W&aley Royce & uo.,     Winnipeg,m*��_  Stanufactored by THOS. I_KE, "Wlnnip��B>  Catholic Prayer S^H^  ulars, Religious Pictures, Statuary, and Church  Ornaments, Educational Works. Sf ail orders receive prompt attention. J), & J, Sadll.f tCO���S0IllIBai  PACKARD'S  Shoe  Dossing  AY B  OFTEN1  HINB  HOB  ALL m0R8   i  ALL   LEATHERS.  l'or e��l�� by ��U flnt^lua  SHOE OEAISB3.  L. H. P&oftard & Co.  MOM T KB AL,  cent on prescriptions f 1 om reputable physicians,  .'I.  uit^n.1 vyu.10, uic*.iu��,.\ii.u.^^.,wj *���. v. v...��eiiey d��  Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is  .     ....   _... 11���    n *.��-!����.   Alvr-nl-y*.  nn/ln   ll.A  111  COpL OU prC3UripUlUll�� HUIli jci>ui��uiu jjiua^umo,  as the damage they will do is-ten fold to the  good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's  Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &  taken internally, acting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying  Hall's Catarrh Cure be f=ure yon get the genu  ��� - -"'-j-'���'-itemally.nndmadeinTol'"*1"  ney & Co.   Testimonial   , ,.y Druggists, price 76o pei  Knwi Family Pills are tho best,  inii.   It is taken internally, and made In Toledo,  Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co.   Testimonials free.  Sold Joy Druggists, price 76o per bottle.  Out of (he  Public Eye.  "What is a  back ' 11 um her. pa?"  "Well, a photograph of the family of r,  man who didn't get the political nomina  tion he expected might *-e so considered."  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,  Ills  Limit.  Enthusiastic Voting rerson-Oh. professor, are you interested in trees?  Professor ..Dryasdust ��� (.eneah-irical  trees interest me. uiiulniu.- Soniorville  (Mass.) Journal.  Minard/s Liniment: Cures Dirlitberia. [  A Gentleman of Color.  "Tou   look  wretched,"   remarked   the  guinea   fowl.  ''.''���������,-  "I nm wretched." replied the fat pullet.    "I didn't dare sleep last night."  "Was it on.account of anything the owl  told yoii when you  went to hiin to have  your fortune told yesterday evening?"  {"Yes.    lie told me. a dark man would  soon   cross   rnv   nath   and   speedily   win  Minarl's LlMment cures Garget in Cows.  ax_r-_^_i-__:-xi:-xi:-z^^X"i-x-2i^2-iX2-x-ig  MILE  and so would, many a young .  lady, rather ((than take a bath  without the "Albert"  BABY'S OWISOA  It leaves tho skin.'.wonderfully soft  and fre:-h, and its faint irugnuice is extremely pleasing. ..'.-,  Beware of ImltatlotiB. |  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO, Mfrs.  MONTREAL.  !3_a__��X3gS-&  I  A  ."  vl  o     '{  '.;>'  J" 1- $ ��.j:-  ' +- ��� I'_  -' ri '  ,. .��. *  ��'<  ��� - J. 1.  ,"  II'-.?'  '*  i.; _ i,  .;!__��'"  ��� ��� ���     1 v *. -  ���' iy^ ;  ��� ���    ��� r: -'��� ',.���-  ' ' !    .JH" ..  rV 'Pri1'.".  '.,_>���..<-  *" f ����� < NT:-     f  '        1i.r1i'P.J*.'-+  itf:.'.    "'"  ' -   OCt*.. ' '  ;U- , ..'  I       I    .    1  ���'"'        \''''\i        .'   -.  i  *F#<-  t.ri.-! r  >>; ' i'y ��� '  r.��".'f    , <    1ji  *��.. .ft   ii-,-a i  * �� 't  <i(.  :_".'*. y-.;  " i.'*i.-..--���".   ..';  'IV!.  ���li-'ri  -.;,- '*<  _*  "\t   l..A.ipf.  A,l   frpy;] -' * ;, y  ���Us-  ��11' ..:���';������'' A Ay  ;:.     '_.- ��- ',.  AAi   ,HlA  <"t    -  .';'". - AA ' n   ���'"  f ���_  >v*-    ���'���' :���  tp. lv'��! ,-ii-  M -t /:   %-. IV  'I;* m^A &  ' k m -j't: -1 p  i '.* '����j.  h   ;=  |.   .      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'''M.^fe t  *,  <  r---.- ? if i '  >���' ".''":.; If p;  r ; w *; ?-. t  I**  r*'  >' i r*  n -ys  ', *'  i.' j. i*-  ���ku" .*���  vy '^V  .y i.  ::;j-ff||||f:��:  'AAA-   'fE'iHfIJ.;.-:1''  y^^Bi.'Sy^'  '������:���-.-A' ��fr J'-. ���.���'������'���}' .'* .  ::"-x;,.|^^fy;,;.  y-f.  I,  .?  rajilaiit    C.    iii.    -��"��� �����������.,��� ��*i-,    Tj-e.��eiio��-<;n>ly  Killeil by tbe !;<��<���.�� li;2o.. th Airl<a.  ilii'ei.-i fii/iin:.ni��'.jii^  ;_i.jir williiifiic^v io  '".f tlu; Strathcnji.i Homo   v,".jU,  tviit  lo  -    ���   '   \     '..'i t^H-iun ol' th'. ot^'CiiJ"* ui  .  is.lire,  1  V,iA. yy y;jj n-.i.'-j VOU to j-Ouj- , .   f^ V<--.ry Hcji KeJu-  ! self." . !     Don't lonuent your-flf about- what  I     ''JToja cannot, sve are ia ikt; wiJino-* ! people, are evdng to tiiink about this  Iflxd Very Jiejt -SeJo. _ fiW?^'1 ^A^K^IS!!a?3S��^  ear; 'risk' would be enormous."  No matter what you  ^3&J^^SSSSSSS3l3Sa  th-_  lu.-:  Ul.u  'Nowi !".;ri(.ii iiie >'ri';.;f, i.mIj  Ui IjJJI^ !i!.*s hoih��j " v.'ah  ���rijviis'"  -liflt'lllll .'".  ;\hu wliili  .[^t!ti'      '  , ,      '      ,  T weie liOill ei ia lnc Uelu to l.:!!���  ~=^    To die far cJucqu ami tueteor rla^  'f lian tamelv heiu the days i<} tlriis  l-'io)u year to yi-ai.   So crane u.e'eall  I'i'idii distanr^flic's Mood-Plained soil,  Where ireaclieions loo-, had dared mvade  A sister ".1'ite���I'dd daro ��� <"��� ^rartc.  l'roud inltaiii's baiu.cr���darea du'ij'fill  -ouij.   uu   lie.   road, ou  i-j   di"!iii.i!)di';i   iil1-1      ^  Olir-  ins? oa term firaau, and in wavin��-good   j ^K k&aiJH to.him. -   _ |  riys to her, that I did not notice my i-d  1     JI�� Lad al���z&Y begua to^desoend.   I  low nasacucor���rhe only one���for eoni" ���  bcm iors''"-'-1< {md Lrie*i to rtacli liirc,  uixfCK'sr^D'/,  tiruo.  We were in the great wheel nt Earl's  ooui-fc. I had often wished to make the  ascent, and to-day hod prevailed on  Aunt Mary to necoinpcuiy mo.   Sbe lia��-  nis loft arm was sij-otched upward,. J a,.er borrsold   by the   Kcr er  (ln.tr.Mi  ibottioi.  Of fieenim'-i uelils o.ir kinmed'.i sonv.  lie heaid the call���hl-i answiT cle;n  hang on! o'er hill and wild, "I'm hei c,  T.il.e _iic;"_uk1 rjiilcK as sound o-1 kuus  JIjs tioo|�� had raliitd. hi'r o, and keen  '1 n lii^llt llie foi.; to S,lil O'er MTi^;  'J'o i hie o'er * cUli; <o ^coi eh _n lrce/c,  If hy such toils, as these our t.ueon  Shotilu Uni])!ro and should ireedom Ueey  Foi all her snhjeets���Idaelt or wJiJtej  olionhl lir'.tl.in's (lag and Jlrltijiu's 'Jlglu,  And ...naliy iie.'ire prevail: ifliould defr];  And broad '..he ������trojig foui.d.itiotis laj  ot eii'.ial rli,I.LH i.ini ei/u,)i ,!-t',>,-.  l'or till���a just, a s;ic-i\'d tau&e  l'or which all yien niigli?, l.crht and vs-?.y,  'And well they iode, iad well thoy fought,  Strathcona's Jloise- we speak the r.u'ne  AVith pilcle, l'or wide and tar )ts fame  Tlas spread,,with glories nobly bought.  Of batile th ed, the foe .had- tied;  The clay vvas won; a Hag ihey raised  As 5-lgnal of surrender.    I'n'ise  To I'arkcr and his men-the sped  To biing ihe pri^'ner? in.   fjvt, shame!  They lire as cowards wojld file  Upon our men: ihe Captain's he  is raised,"he turns, and, deathless fain?,1  They call him to surrender.   "_N'o,"  ' lie cries���Surrender!. "Nevor," no I   .  To such as you.   Oil, foul MoM   '   "    '  The bullet of a cUstai-. foe  Speeds to his heart���true heait as heats,  Iu bravest breast���he falls, he dies *  As hero famed in story; lies  He on the dreary veldt and meets  The fate oi' aoldlm.lncve. The fame  Is hi.; the corrovv cars; and ).irs  lbs s.tory shall bo told���how, strong  iTow true his heart, how juue his name*��  ' Htoh V,"AT_r,'M, D,  Fort Steele, is: h Sf.pt.. 1900.  Boljbofl the Gr.i-go.  A startling incident, is narrated by  John Oliver of Philadelphia, aa follows:  "'I was in an' awful condition. My  skin was almost yellow, eyeo sunken,  ^ongue coded, nsin continually in  back and sides, uo appetite, growing  weaker day by tiny. Three physicians  had given me up. Then I wac advised to use Eloclric Bitters; to my  great joy, the first bottle made a decided   iniprovement.    I  continued  *he'r i  ~ t  ,u��o for tbroe weeks, and c r.n:   aov;   a I  "well man.  know   (her robbed  the  always Ix^en -ovetr-irtihilgeat to m>  | w hims, and I, like nil epuilt people, havu  uhva^-a been iieady to svaU myself or  her iudulg-eisce, and to tax it to the lull,  [ 'hut I j sally had no idea that this who.-,'.  jOuru4.v_w.a-i such, a terror :o her, orl'  jliope -X c-hould vox havo been vo jxt*  nistcntv  I was enjoying' the celighfcful ascent  to tlie full, and, &lx:<vrbed in lookiroj out  at the hug-e oW.y l.vinp i<n- beneath, JiatJ  not once glanced toward my fallow trav-  i eler.  j    lwHriAirTtltidto iind iay-:oli addressed  j  by hiin. -   -  "I'ardon mo, but I 'thiak wc a.ropo!d  ncq u<'i in tangos."  _ I looked and recognised���tbough with  diiuculty���my old friend, Cecil Faar.quhar  ���tho last person in tho world I wanted  j   .o me-ot.   H-/and I had Wen lovers, and  j we:e so no more-.   Five yeai-s ago he fccxl  ;' leit mc to take np an appointment in  j tiie icx east,   i iiad noari}* bi*oken my  j hrart-over the parthig, ar,d bud wrlt-i^r-.  piteous leti��n.-4    His letmro got fewos  nnd cooler (1 don't bel'ere the bfrstman  can  re/uembei* an abseni; woman,for  ioiuj); and I, in my pride and anger, hnd  3i)g"rf<_.si>ed that, il ,!__*. uo I.tog-ci- carob for  rue, it would bo betfcev to'br-oak o'ur engagement at once. By return mail cuxne  ft letter, acquieoeiruf in my suggestion;  and ic-r the la-tst thrve years I had been  onckrfivaring to persuade myself tliat I  didn't eAro.   Net with uniform success.  - _  *"        "'<��� n, *.  '   iiy only feelmg-, however, on recog-  alzing him nov/ was tmreas<ming anger,  "I think, Mr: Farquhar, that it was  very questionable" tasfe to thrust yourself ujxm me in this way lw  ''Good heavens! Do you suppoeo I  did it on purpose? Thi_r-infernal mcv-  ehine waa just of!,' No time for choice.  However, it is cot for long.5-  "How long?" I asked.  "I believe the circuit is made iuabout  20 minutes, ^nd t' should think "nearly,  haii that, time hs-s ela-psed-alrefldy.  You  aeed not fesr tjjat I shall intrude my-  -c-lil any further on your notice."  "It certainly does s-oem unoe>2Jis3ary  %o r-Hiume our acquaintance-1"'  ;'A.r- vou plvr.-s.1'  7 bc-v-.-f-d, nr.d he ;-&ti;*c'i to tho furt&er  corwi* 0-2 th. _c^r; ^-bcrc ho o-i etoeaily i to love mo���I w^ ^oin^ to .^e Gertrude  ������c-lViie o\ic or tho wlariow, ��� '   I th'.r, evening to B?k hc-r to take -o'y,r 0B  grasping the girders above him.  VVhot ia that gleam of gold I sec at his  wrist?  Ah!   I jveognize it.   My bangle  tha.t he took fi*om me years ago and had  fcoldored on tortus own arm.   A mist'of  t^ara  dim uiy  eyes.   I lecn forvvaixi,  stretching- my arms toward liim.  "Stay, Ccoli, for my eakel"  ITow did it happen?   I���could nevor  quite, tell.    I mi^ed my'footing.   For  a second my brain rcelwl; and then I  iind mys.df iirav'y rJi^ped in bis right  arm, while with his he't and with f?x;t  ��nd knees lie clings de��ijerately.    *���  ''.Madge, Pledge!" he says^hoawc-ly,  !Tpr God sake m;ryo yourself.' ,Cling to  Bomc-'liing! I c-Jiimot hold you like this  long.   Try ail you J.-now,1^"  ''I will."   And I suit the"action to tho  ��� word by grasping ihV lower part oi' iho  door sill with biith liards.    ".Proinisc-  'm-e 3'ou will not a: tempt ihe descent."  /'No, I will not,,I F.wear!1'  He ie still holding^nt', for iny feet are  below  the at<.ps.    We' are ia hidcoiis  peril, but oiie-chij-e not realize it.  I have cause, now to bt1 {hanki'ul that  'as,annual mountainc-criag hi Switzerland has alrengiheD^d. my nerve and  muscle. -   " '  Somehow I regain tb-a'eai- in safety.'  Cecil ps quickly.beside me, and then, oh!  crowning , ignominy���I .fling rays^lf,  sobbing, into'hj'rarm/-:. It does not"so-em  to strike him as strange, for I am folded  close, to his- he^rt and toothed and  fondled as I up&rl .to be tn the- old daye  before he le/t me,  "Madge, dear little girl, you have not  forgotten me after all?"  "Newir, never, lho.ugh' I t(rie;d "ep hard,  ^nd you?"      ' ')   A '' - '   '  "I tried to, rwhen I hoard, you were  fond oi somo one else,"  ,"1 never "was."  , "Why did you writs as you did ?"  "1 thought you "did ajot  ea-re   any  more," ���      -f  "By tho same mail I got a letter from  my  cousin  saying you were -engaged  'to that lanky Irishman, Malone."  "  .  "Which cousin?"  '"Gertrude Gray."  "Why, Cecil. Aho must have wanted to  'part us. ��>��, I always thought ohc  cared for you,"  He flushes and aaye;    "Was there no  truth in tha renori   about   ,Malon*5,  Madge?"  '���Not a word, inde-e-d; and indeed���'-'  He bende and >if.��c-o mv lips.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . .  (Hitsidc- Ordci'd Given fttiictAttention  GO   TO   THE  ^OITSH?.  ,yonr outfit.    The largest stock in  Eaet Kootenay.  REID (SCO",. '-  Cranbrook, 11. Ca  1 To foeat the quality and- price  of our lio_uo��ft. Agents JG-iant  Powder Co., Bennett Fuse, Calgary arid Sehlitz Brewing Co.  w'vVkl'TE'US FOK riUOEy'  teele Mercantile Company, itd.l  JACOB 'P.'FINKf'Mgr. if  ' ' 'a  A*                                                '                   '                                "   - . -I\  is                 ���                           i ')li  r'L'-Siist- Kootenay'ei    big  mail   order  house.-     0RANBI.00IC  J5 f f\  vvi -                                           '                                        ,                                     . '             a  *���<.-              i                   ' f\  g_JS^S_ESE2^^a&g_S_��^  COVVAH MOV JR.  No, 40G_i.  McutK yn the toi aiujt  hii'ri Thurstlny oi cndi  month.   Vliltiupl.feth-  ' ran tuviic-d to. attcud.  F. J. i-iM VTII, C. P..      LEWI3 THOMSOXi F. S.  SjSXnafC'K rttviurwiMHiwi  rjm=s��uvjiie  GX**xynatt**anu&MMHim  {'2-i:adgc���littlo sw?cih-:-ar. that used  S.-J. WHITOOMB     s     '���  - rlotiijo   -painter,     ^ifainsr,  glacier    andl paperhangor.  All   work cai   perfect   sur-  , face gurauteed.    Price? ac-  "    'cording ��� to    qualify   and  ctock required  Moyie5 B. 0,  patronize"  white'labor "  ' By Sending Your Work To tho  II  T  WILDEY LODGE NO. 4-1.  .Meets every Monday.'evening, iu ��� their  hall on .Victoria; Gtrcot. Sojourning  Odd'.Fellows cordially invited.  SI. A. FJlITU, K.��.  a. y. keusju'y', tke.vS  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.  F. 1. MOOEE, R.   S,  r. j'.' kmyth, r. e.  SHOPS   AT  ! inranani  Moyie   Miners'   XTnion  .Meets in McGregor hail e.very Tuesday  Moyie   - RrTSteele"  Cranbrook' Fernie Wardner  S3^KK53I��S!3  BL'V  YO_.SI-.L_-   A'  PHILIP CONRAD, Peop.  r  HOOD VfOKW. "FP.ICES  EEASOSADLE  ���vening. ' gojournipg   ,ipembers    are I %& ffl> f&Vfc ^ fi| tit.   VTt {V- ra  :ordial!y invited io attend.   - ('*�� �� *p*' W ���� *9 9&   r~. ~A t*  1 ^ t 1  ~t��^>y ua%  %?t ���' T,'��� " .' -    ..  II. H. Dl-fOCK.  <���������-.  President  P. T. Smyth,  ' Secretary.  KMMMWaw ���mow  grave  of  ano'ho:'  victim.  I '''mo-'I toward him.   Yds, ho ho>ti  No  one j '"It-.'-'fd.  but for the better.   He waa  ! bi-rt Z-.-i- .���!���,._] LrorTx-r, and thot rdlky  should   fail   to trv  (hem.    Only 50c., ( .  guaranteed, ?A Hope �� Bcattie-  dn-fj^.l'Iw  "1 '}^'\  'x*?������^  - "' .'vecly, though, thi&^&d no in ter e^ tier  .10.  Itun A Xcw-spajier,  me���-nc- waa nothing to me,  J. resumed my study oi the vie?/'.  We  c lonely man In the tar eab_.   Sha-i  g'o ?"  He= hss to be^d low for ..ho answer.  )3ut it ia "Xo,!' em'Jiaiio, thoi.gh whis-  nered, and ho is eatis-fitsi.. -1  All a fellow has to do to run ar.ev.'s-  ; mi_c. be 'dt-K-ccd't.?' ji/.-w.   Unvfilowlv  |   WC"  Wo scarcely B-jycii-J to  paper is to be able to   write   a  poem, j move;   I .coked 6t my watch; it must  ���praise [Jones'  new   bona?/ u:npir6   a! '3av�� gone rsully wr-'-j-.f', f^v aciorrli.-fj  baseball game, report a wedding! beat! K^  i"^'Nta-  'l��� r^d ^Jt:ea^' b^  , '*,....        fa��� "'^ eji -our, &r,-:i tr.o whole jour:cy  a iawyer, fsw wo-ki, desenbea   nre  ��0 j only took 20 rcmuier_     I saw a gr��at  people will   ehead 'their   wraps,   make j many heul?, tbru:;t. out i'rom -.be vari-  ���.-n��-l. r." tp.o.  .-.hi-*j-...*.! c-'1.^ enr^, and it seemed aj-. ;i r-omear,?:-  IV.  one dollar do Mi? wor'. oi ten.,  a circus, ad.lj'LjR con:, tr^. fairs, lest  ���Whisky, abut'c fhe 'iouor l._fbi., measure  calico, subecnbo to charity, go without  meal.-:, attract politicians, defend the  national platforms, pneor r,f   snobbery,  wear diamondif.-invent advertisements,  overlook scai  the pumpkin  let.7 "-vas felt,  "V-s- had imdcubtc-diy stopped, I  Would have giv--j nnythiit? to i-peo.]c to  Cf II "Farqimor, yc:. pry!? forbade we.  rerh'V.i'3  he- won3-J  b<.*giu.    I look^C. ���  t-v.vard him.   Ufa head, v.-as out oi The  opposlrc vrin.Jov.'.   I r? tried my p-cre.^ol,  cha.jgc-1  rtocition    fcom.-,v>hc  ,    . , ,        ....      ,,.,'/ '-"-" '"----.-.. <-"->��� iv  fu*'wu��    cjiii.-,.>i_^o    the l:oarf,icr-T manner imaf/iniibk-.   C'>-'ii  overlook Gcanclal, r,:.,.:ae uabiea, delight j nok-iiy.   7w r.,,tk-e w -, j mkeu. j -rtftJ h6lf iudinci to be ai^ry, but AoT,  ���p:f.    heal   the   Eick, i      ^h.iil   I ��*p--*-:kV    "iVa.^ nrul w.rivfjty j pin--tn v/on the day, rmd ho ended by  tnvipys tho tailor a u:o��t wildlv cxlc.v."-  OKAS. P, CAMPBELL^  Funeral Director  "and    ��� '  i.iradtuie of Champion College oi   the  Upholstering and gen-  Oflux;   and  Oinadiau  imnli of  Commcrco.    Telegraph 'and  mail orders'promptly atlended'to, -  Cranbrook, B. 0.  Moyie Board of Tx-ade.  Meets in the .Moyie echool  ,' houso en theiii'st Wednesday  evening of each month at   "  8 o'clock sharp.  -I*-*.*,,.. ��� ^ -,  ffi'^-'i,.*'"'-'-  ' <A ASl  ��� -ry  ./.*'������*-:'-'_]  T. ClaeI  Everyone has heard cf tho night r-ut   c:Ai  lamiiuiii  lepainu^  in the Great Wheel. ' ._��� \f^  >a   , ,    ,*    *'  r... ,    . . . .-s.ore, A:.;t\uJs    ulouk,  no  Sixif-oa aoursi   a wixu^some tune u, '  maT-y, l>i;t-.vch.'id the story of 3vt*years  Jo i^li tach other and plans to makt> for  '-.he fuutu*e. It was none too long. Godfrey's band below, brought close *.o thc-  -v.io-^1 to relieve tho tedium of t.h-i tern;  oi iinpri.:-onmeny ploying" v,iid, i.weet  ww? xansir, iorroed n fitunp nccoxn-  pau'^ient to th- talk in vhich ''Bo you  .xjniember?" v.t--s e-^cr on our lips.  Thc brave tar whe did climb taejjird-  fes, bring-inp r^jfreshmei)t lo the j^ris-  on��'i*s, aconu.d to te-ke. in tiu. ftituation  and of��ert-d us hin (.'or.gTatulaiions in  fighi'to'u  jiuiali, puhliah   resolutions | hn"�� a ,,Qrti ^^���ic*'*'-'it.b p.-ic-,  Two xo !  .-   ,' ,      . .   i one ou&*!:l to win;   bnit pride i- verv  iree o; charije. speak at   prayei   mee_- { ^ f^^ * i  ing ami stand in' witli   everybody  and '  evervthin';.���Jtusslaud Miner  ''���'-. trlil  A.   T��:  ii.i.     i-  ,'i >:i  .f.\n  ���or  ,ii'.-. ii-  ;.l --.--.5  -       "   [ '.  , - -  .  *���"' '���  ,:.-,    '���  ,-  .1*    ..)!.  '.V-trsji'ioi  tin:   raoturc   <jf  ri in 'die  Rurely h-_* mutt look round '---on.  Bliii  that iinp6rvi/"inj bj<*ki  Nov he is talklcg" to some one.    I  can't ct.tch th�� svorfs. bn". tlie voici-3  sound  r.nxioua.    I nivist kn^w.    It, L-  f   pi ;<. ,i.,i   i ,*,,  i nb:-o'i.tr-y   inliumnu   not  to   tell    7,/  mi:i.'."ipina; ��� Ro:iW ,,;,,., murit Jiav��. ���one WTOUg. Vr.hh  :.i".-;'OV"ry cured 1 thc ii'.vjh'tjory���perhapa    '-ve    are    iu  ������'...'. '/;:   l.j.'.uy    d'mfrer.    I must. know.    Prid^ ja \��vdl-  .-he i niff'1 va"ar,vd^hoxl,   I go oxcx to-3n�� i-M*  .of tho '."-rria?"c.  ",m!      "Mr.   J-'arnubarl"  ITo doocn��t lic-r, and thnif.tr. himself  further out cf the window to ILstt-n to  what tht* man in the car bc-'cath ie  fcajinfe-. I ,s*f,.ir my e*ro tf. liftenimd  entfh a word or v.vo: "Can't move ma-  cliini*--yTLat �����r���licurs."  Vitdt- i:; .aid .o"v.  I ynd bib <"'rv-t  3ft* turnn round at la.st, with a iook  of extreme .surprise. ''������"."  I don't care. .  f "Tell me~I must know!.   What has  happened?''* ,       "  ^ '.'They cannot move the- wheel I Somc-  ihaL :i -thing- has'g-one wrong- witli, the ".chains!  ueady ?'-. rrin.y be some hours" before they ,���duo-.  Ion ,ch with h.-r 'idovcs on. .There i|5f| .""^d in :pui.tmg'it nglit.'* .' "  :A:,A,yy; nMiiMrkaiilc ��� about that. We j *��� suppose I looked very scared,, for he  iy i- .y\-7i> ���"���!''���   onr   ho<y.n   Any and i ^A*, alumst kindly..*. ,  ''.-. ";. ' ';���".������  .'���:.������-.���: "'-it] if ?oi)ii; ���     ''^ do not think thei-c is any danger���  ���   ���'���'-���;���.- '" ������  .   ���,."��� ���.->��� ,,. : only ineoijt-enienee." '''���"'  d'/f'.oii   failud    it   pouti   removed   the!  p.tin in my chest and J can now  sleep ;  soundly, something I can   scarcely n- :  member   doing   Lcfore.      I   feel   like!  Bounding   itb pr��iae&   tlironghout   the ''  Universo."'    Dr. Kinc'.-* ATar; IMscovery ;  is  guaranteed   to cu e all  troubles  of  the Throat,  Chest ..or ��� Lungs. .,   Price  50c and $1. 'Trial bottles free at Hope  '&,Bo'attie's.drug store.'   ,-  ��� '      '���'.Ktjro U'o, l-etir.  A I'.cw York nev.'.-�� item atn'U  ,promin.eiit  huly   oi'yh-U.   city  e?&:i t. "bakslw.-tT3h."  VA<-. p<.-xi1 tr l<>lep"rnin lo Aunt. Mary,  v/hieh sii.'^ ne\cr fjot, ior ��h�� did not j;o  hoiijc, as I had hofAid she would, butsh-  ��P'/it tho. nuOn 111 tho i?ai'.l��ns ci^sv:-at  ih"- ii,iA- of the inert mom tor.  'vVhen at i.iHt tho word \v.-j> p,.^sod up  \\i'i\, cdl w.-ij ri��_it nnd wc- r-.hoiiid .-'oon  mo'.x*. it vvas tx> un a 1-abject 01 rcj?r��-t;  and t.hr- descent v.���;>.������, ul 1 tue i*j.fiid.  Aunt Mary '.-"jw oi? ihv s]K>t to t^jeive  me, full of r- ��rrt!> ai.d eomroiferalion.  ''I thall ne=.-or for/>iv.* nr/so!! for not  e&ming.   Fancy your .-ponding al] those j  hours   alone   or.    that   moat    tumble '  ;->     ������������  and. Sao Line/  !*--\>:oi'..  J. P. __f.__._REI.:., PlC5  A. P. Al.XCuC.yiAL'D ''  ,._  Vice- i'i C3. Kec'y.  0 *  w.btf ^*__i__��a��^a^ys.a^vt^.^o^iMHWO������.^-..m, ...w  .*,.*^ff*nj**fm**m.f��.  mm BEYDEN,  " MEKcriA-rrr tailor.  Stylieii  Yoli.'!^,  Meu'e   Wear.    Tailor  i Wade Suits.  :-.0UTII   VlCTOltlA Smi3ET,  Moyie, B. O.  ���^5nM B*Sif rwaj C^*  JrJyMUIlPHY  & 00,'S  -STuitE, -MOYIE, B.C.  A.    E.   -BIOHAEDSON,  Hauling uiul Diaym^--.-���-_.  Wood for Sale,  Moyie,  ?^^'J^!_*_V*'?*,-�� a"g'.4J'  B. a  JOlW   WARliBK,    _L��.    D.    H.,   I..   1>    !"  Office and Itesidouco    URAXBROOK  EA.^r���DAIIA"   TIi.AH;���WEST.  With   direct  connecting    Bi'rvicc    to  an-' fiom ii:.'  East     kootenay    uoUiN'ntir  Firfct uhi��j3 ijicepera on all  trains. Touridl cur*-pass Medicine Hat daily for St.' IVuJ,  , Saturdays for Moutroi'l and  Bodlon, Mouduyr am] Tluirfl-  daye ff'i Toionto.  DAILY    TRAIN.  I'ES'tlSOC'Xij J-.A.-i'J'llOUNlJ  IS.-21 he. . .     .AIOYLii    .   .   !ve,8  11  Connects  at   _UaeU-od   for   Calgary  ,,;ul Ed 1:1cr.;.on and ul   Medicine  Hat  .0 T'l'-.auro of  b.-s ..e- . .        n      *   . ,  1 .or all points east.  Connects .at :(voof,cn.iy 'Landing for  ���,;";] points''iiVf. West  Kootenay,  Slocan  iind Boundary districts, and   for  Paci-  Ac  coast and ' niiiin   line   points'.''via,  i-levetatoke.' ���-.-''  ��� ""fc'j  boots on.���It:  ���>nli    uen.bei"    v.-.'.nts  ���Will  '���nor'.  11-n-- ���   -j  .  A-oiAyy.  Vv'tUJ  Olu'ij  ioryjy, to )x" iTtiTirin-  wile*]!"  "I was not alone. I met a friend. You  hav-5 heard of Mr. Farquhar, nun tie?"  Phn. hsKl, as luivin^ bclm\<-d vary badly to m^l Shi pave lum n look which  ���ask quite he..k,hi_y -vleiccs.  "J have not  quaintance."  . "We must reirifrily that, Mrs. Karle,"  he m.ys, pleasahtlj-", "heeau&e it is'my  g.opd fortune to bo your proc-jiectivc  ���ne-pnew." ,   f '���������,.  S5j|e looks at ine,'fairly puzzled.   . "��� ���'  '    "It's oil ri^iit, Aunt Mary.-  Up there  people- trnde^-.sl.arifl one. another beftei'.  Perhaps  the- r;>riiicd -air ��'jtarpens tht  }x-ree'[u:ons." .. ���      ' ��� "$? -������'       '   - '     ;  f"V.'Hl lau^ha arKl>,yali R6   off    lo  ���}_<?. <-ypPi)_sr. '���.flher.HvVz  ��� '.i!f.'::.:'j      i;r..'!i,!������:.-.<.....    .... ���,.  If you cannot biinjj your  wa>3hiii��, L-Cnd  it,   to   thu  .MOYIE LAUM.DEY  i'K 1CKS 11KA80XAHLK  1A:K Ai HfClCBV.  it; -�� ^ ����� �� ,~ -rv .��. |-h. 3<- f y  Chnjt..,,_..    it,  eciiiing.     bet  youi iiiotiires taken   to  &wiid  horie.    1'IIEHT,    thc ph.ito-  ^."i[ihcr, will vij.it  Moyie  on  each    Haturday.   .Flashlight  . pictureo tiil-renalythe. Moyie  oi- at   your   room   or  hoiise.  > Leave  your orders   at  onco.  No time to delay, -  tLSr^jHm.'-f ���**\**/-*n,*i-,tj*-v  '''������'.: ri.  "'[..|-  A -ip'y l'or Cr,'te:s, ;.l;i).s, rJ'iino C'��'��l;-, Tickets htu'I  -   .f.Full' Tiifor!i;��ii.idt. i.i. :..oiu-ef:t Local  ��� Agent, oi- '..'���' ',���-,.  L. H. fV.ansf.ekt/Afjent, Moyie.  Prices Giveft  and Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  Fr^3t-,&;Go.,;  Sfv.,  J\ me'n--i>. jook o.C hv.i  ye.?.   T >emi-.-1rdif.v'f-.i''  'A AtiiV,.   i    !:] '-,.,.",    M.  ; jt:!o hi-  i'A. :<cy.-'..  \. "At,Uo\x  '  ''     I  V.<'.royry ,.    !  ���A-', jr. .1., Vyuyovc '  .:/v��i;.L-ri.= '>!  .'tJo.vi t*i  i'hotogfjipherH,  Fori, Hee.i.c  US  (I.  yA;. .yy -vi- i'-;��.i!?- -.-  .  ---,,^;;f,.,,;  via. �����BBI_g_K'!^_r^i^!^3?^


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