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The Moyie Leader Sep 15, 1900

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 ' ..-%  "' AY/ --YV  -'-£■-   '  ;
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l, 3, NO. .22.
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Underwear,- Blankets, 1
lackinaw Coats, ^^^^^^ . <?<
That of August Exceeds
all Others,
Examine Our stock men's underwear
"       " " oil'coats
,  '"     "       '/ " top shirts
<*      '"       '" "■ fall suits
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our large assortment of' blankets
"      ■''"■           " ladies' underwear
"       "           "     "        wrappers
41      "
",  .   '\          "     "    dress goods
"       "           "         .    of carpet?
WAS   rlEAELY   $30,000
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Paid tip Capital, $6,000,000.
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IBBMK- BRANCH.   '",. :   J. W/H. SMYTM, MGR
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i Hotel for .the  masses'.   Everything First
jin every   respect.    Sample ptoonis for
Gommercial Men.
British Columbia
V, DESAUI.XIE.R,   Prop.
Large sample room in connection
with house for commercial man. Beet
of accommodations.
Headquarters for Gommenoiaf arid Mining Merv;
fiVr.W  AVENUE; -^ —- — MOYIE,  TS. C.
- - - V5V5KJ—-iiXI	
Tliat or tho St. Eugene Aloue  Amounted
to 627,323, Distributed AmoDg-Rl
acc Men.
The August payroll of
the St. Eiigehe Consolidated' Mining Co. was
the largest sum yet
paid out "by that company to its employ
a single month. The
amount was '$27,323,
distributed amongst
266 men./ With the
various smaller pay-
roils about town, it is
safe to" estimate that
during the month of
August at least $30,000
was paid out.
Mot With 'a Sorious 'Accident.
A Stephensen, a local contractor,
met with" a serious accident last Saturday afloruoon, Mr. Stephensen was
working on thc roof of tbe> new brew-
cry when he lost his footing,slid down,
striking the scaffold, aud fell' to the
ground,a distance of fully 20 feet. He
was picked up by D. ,J. Elmer, who
was close by at tlie time/ and was taken
to his home in tho Lnko Shore .addi-
tion, and Dr. Higgius summoned. It
waa Jound that' bo had his right
arm broken hi two places and was
otherwise more or lets bruised find
injured, by the fall. Ho is now resting
easily and gelling along very nicely.
, Joe Fregoha, Who was also working on
tbe building at tho lime, had a narrow
escape from falling.
[foil suits to'men that willjwear.
iscll boats a£ti slices for men  at
Et'll  hats   and cap's  for
Cu Zi<, correct styles.
sdl  hose   for   boys   made of
11 fingering wool.
15°ii booio arid shoes for boys and
jv"cqua]le'd for price-  in thc city.
■^ll leneo pants for. ,boys' that
? ttli
* moi-c goods than any  two
Mh lu town.
We sell ready made skirts,for ladies
madd/ronl New York styles.
We   sell   hosiery   for
splicedjhctils and toes.
ladies    ^ith
Wo sell hosiery fc girli in  all sizes.
Wo sell   thc   best  under   vest
ladies over offered for tho price.
Wo sell, flanuelettej, prints, art
muslins, art a'atcens!, yal laces, ginghams, tabic linen.    . ■>:
i\f& pay' cash for goctls and
them cheaper than others.
J.   Murphy   was   in   Cranbrook
M. A.-Beale ol Fort Steele   was   in
town yesterday.
A. T. Clark,was iu Fort Steele   the
early part of the week;
Look at tlie' latest   fancy   vests ■ at
'Murphy's store.
Win. Burns, inspector of provincial
schools,is in town.'
i Johnston Bros, §ot in another carload of Pabst beer this week.
John Hutchison was out   to Moyie
from Cranbrook Tuesday.
,  Go to" Murphy*e   and   examine   tbe
celebrated English braces.
Go to Murphy's and look' at ins new
stock of clothing at low pnees.
Rev. Mahon held devino service in
the school house Thursday evcuin £.
Miss Eva Hill departed last Tuesday
morning for her homo in Winnipeg.
V. Dcaaulnicr, D. J. .Elmer and Thoa.
1'oguc were in FortStcolo bo Monday.
Andrew Johnston spent a portion of
tho  week   ot   Ooatfell   hunting   and
Mrs, D. J. Elmer is spending a few
days at the Bennett farm near Fort
Steele, j. ■".-■ ,_ Y     _   , t, _    '■;
Miss Ethel Bennett; returned to her
home in Fort Steele today accompanied
by-W.J.Watkins, ...'.Y-     X.'.'
There;-was born to tbe wife of J. 11.
Hft'wke •■ last .'.Tuesday niorning a
daughter.        k   . .   Y
It is said thai Dr.- Green of Cranbrook intends coming io Sloyie to locate permanently. '    .
i^ostmaRtoi] Hope tins had , several
improvements mado iu his fctcre tUir-
iug tho. past week,
Go to Murphy's !,'and   examine   the
Boss llaW edge brand of Stetson   hats
F. W. Frith and  N".  A.  Mackinzie,
two of Moyie's leading  hotel  p'ropi-ic-
WYs; went to'Cranbrook,,today. ,.
I     C. W. Veddcr, of the firm  of  Allen-
! berg   tt   Vedder,    representing    'the
Eriuitible Life Insurance Co.,  was- in
Moyie this week.
The Moyie Quadrille club will give a
ball in the Oddfellows' hall next Friday
evening.   Tickets $1.00.'   No supper.
A portion of the lumber for thc
Farreil block is on the ground and
work on the building has been commence-], ' i
Thc Armstrong residences are being
plasteiod and painted and v/ill soon
be ready lo occupy.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery have
moved to , their new residence near
Park, Mitchell & Co'e. sawnrill.
Mis:: Daisy Jaquish of Moosomin, N.
W. T., arrived here this week to join
lier hr'jthcr-iii-law and sislerj Mr, and
Mrs. J. M.' Lindsay. • ""
Dr. <J. P. jfiggins has received the
appointment of'justicc of thc peace for
Tlio appointment is con-
sulert'd a very satisfactory one.
Tim-Farrell went to Trail this week
to,make arrangements with the smelter, management lor the treatment of
the Society Girl o're.
Late reports from tbe Society Girl
property are to the effect that the big
showing still continues to hold its own
and now seems to be permanent.
IraTowuscnd has purchased the lot
to the south of M. L. Hollister's, residence in he Lake Shore addition' and
will soon begin the erection of a cottage.
Qnt King, foreman at the St. Eugene concentrator, left last Saturday
for a thiee week's visit to his old home
in Joplin, Missouri,''
Chas. Farreil oE Fort Steele,, one of
the pioneer prospectors in the Moyie
camp, was out this week looking over
his stomping ground of early days.
In giving a list of the newly elected
oificera of, tbe Miners union last week
the ?a:ime of A. G. Monkliouse, recording eecretaTy, was unintentionally
Ou Sunday next'a maii-car will bo
run on the Crow's nest branch, which,
of course, includes a mail clerk,, thereby facilitating the forwarding oi   ihail.
The St. Eugcuo concentrator is being
Gtted with steam pipes aiid radiators
in order that Iho coiriirig cold weather
may not interfere with its  opperalion.
Rev. W. G. Mahon will preach iu
Moyie school house ou Thursday next
ut S. p. "m. Subject, "The Brotherhood
of Man." All arc most cordially invited to attend.
Miss Alexander of Fernie, who was
out to Moyie on a visit this week, returned home yesterday. She was accompanied as far a3 Cranbrook by Miss
Louise Henderson.
A largo consignment of overalls and
jumpers has'arrived at Murphy's
Chin Ting, usually a well  behaved
List of Dead Run Into
Thousands. .
Tlio   Safety   of tho   TAvlng  Is   tho Paramount  Question, which  I? a
Perplexing One.
Galveston, Sept. 12.—-All attempts
at'burying the dead have been utterly
abandoned, and bodies aro now being
disposed of in thc swiftest manner possible. Scores of them were buried today aud hundreds were taken but' to
sea and thro wen over board. Tli'e
safety of tho living is the paramount
question, and nothing that will 'tend
to prevent the "outbreak of pestilence
is being neglected. This morning it
was found that large .numbers of the
bodies which had been previously
thrown into the bay washed back
upon the shore, and the situation was
thus rendered worse than before they-
were first taken into barges and thrown
imlo the water.
It will lievercbe known how many
have lost their lives in this awful
catastrophe, Mayor Jones thinks the
dead will amount to several thousand,
and ptliers whose opportunities for
judging afe less' than those Of the
mayor place is as high as 10,000. Ite;
hef committees from the interior of
the state have .commenced to arrive,
and as usual, they are too large in
numbers'and lo a ceitain extent aro in
the way of the people of. Galveston
and an iupedimeul to the" prompt relief which they"~tiieln5e^v~e^^a"fir-~-''oO
desirous'cf offering. Some of tbe relief expeditious have 'had Committees
large enough to consume 10 per cent
of the provisions which they  brought.
Two carloads of provisions and' ice
arrived this morning from Beaumont.
The great trouble „rio',v seems that
those in gieatest need aro the last to
receive''aid. Many of them are so
badly maimed and wounded that they
are unable "to apply to their relief
committees, and tha committes are so
overwhelmed b'y, direst applications
that they hare been unable to cehd
out messengers.
Thc wounded everywhere are still
needing the attention of physicians,
audj despite every effort,- it is feared
that a number will die, because of the
impossibility to afford them tho aid
necessary to save their lives.    -
Cranbrook Herald:    -
Archie McVittie departed last night
on a business trip to Rossland. It was
in connection with the fair.'
Last Sunday night an unfortunate
cayuse fell into the turn-table pit at
the round-house, losing 'his life in
Among the Cranbrookers starting
for Calgary Tuesday morning to attend
the races were George Wenlworth,
James Ryan, Arch. Leitcli, Tom Weil-
man and William McKenzie.
A,.Craubrpok mother, 'a few drys
since', cooked and served ^dinner for a,
number of people, wan confincui in the
afternoon,' Washed and dressed her
new-born child and was about to gu
about prepaiing supper when her
husband arrived home and caused her
to desist,
■"Billy" Doble arrived in Cranbrook
last Monday ..morning, from Victoria,
where, it will be remembered, he and
Mr. Shier arrived, several weeks ago,'
Mr. Shier has since departed for Dawson City, .where ho will engage in
mercantile business, Mr. Doble being-
interested with fhini. Mr. Doble has,
resumed his old position with M. Mc-,
Tnne8. o-i
A telegram wab received at this office Monday from F.E. Simpson, dated
Seattle, Sept. 10, saying:'"Just arrived j
will be home in several days. F. E.
Simpson." That was all, but it was
good enough to know that ho had
safely returned to civilizations
and    lav:
Chinaman,    bap-
peued to &el his skin, full of fed
lickrr last Monday afternoon and
then started out to do the torrn up
right. Ho ran up against several
sua^s and then' against Constable
Liudcay, who after considerable) difficulty, placed ^him on ice, where ho
could cool off and meditate.
'jrns Now stritiuu.
Tlio franio work for Movie's now
railway station is up and a good portion of the building is boardod iri.| The
up.-tairs will be fitted for living apartments. A 200 foot platform will be
built in front, the portion in front of
of the station, to be 10 feet, the balance
eight feet. Mi*. Maiisiiold, the agent,
expects to be able to move in about
one month from rio.w..
Tlio JGrsrVcrj'' ei.C .AVomaii
Was grandly shown by Mrs. John
Dowliog.of BiitlerjPa., in a three years'
struggle with a midignant stomach
trouble that caused distressing attack
of muisea and indigestion. .All reme
dies failed to relieve her until slie tried
Electric Bitters. After taking (it two
months, she wrote ; "I am now wholly
cured and can eat anything. It is
truly a grand tonic for the whole system as I gained in weight and fee
much stronger since using it." It aids
digestion, cures dyspepsia, improves
appetite, gives new life. Only. 50c
Guranteed, at Hope &  Beattie's. drug
Slinefs' Union Elections. •
Nelson Miners; Union 2fo. 9(5 elected
officers on Saturday night, ihe appointments being as follows,: E. F.
Blewett, president; James Devine,
vice-president; Henry Smythe, Warden;
K,oy D. Watson.' conductor:-' James
Wilks, financial and corresponding secretary ; R. Gaskill, treasurer; Thomas
Jerome, Eicliard Gaskill, arid Thomas
Ryan, trustees.
The Rosslr.nd union held au election
last week with the following result;
President, W. O'Brien ; vice-president,
Dan McGilvcry; financial secretary,
Frank Woodsidc; treasurer, Walter C-.
Prcstdu; recording secretary; John
Hand; warden Fore Colelstio; conductor, Cass Davis; Executive committee,
A. L. Houston aud Rupert Bulmcr.
Crfinbroolt Fair Abiiiulorfctl.
Editor Leader: Will you kindly
allow mc through., your paper to > announce to the public, that the proposal
to hold at Cranbrook on Sept. 2-lth
and 25lb a Mineral, Agricultural and
Industrial Exposition has been abandoned owing to tlie failure to secure
railway rates satisfactory to our as-:
sociation. "Tours,:etc.j . Y ._ ...'
'      , .'    A. W. McVittie, Secretary."'
Rcfcurnc.i From Jfoioo'.
P. J. McMahon returned to"'Moyie'
from Cape Nome last Sunday,' He'
was accompanied by his ' wife from
Spokane. Mr. McMahon was well
pleased with his trip to the land of the
midnight sun and has strong faith in
tho future of that country. Tile peo'-
ple of that country were handicapped
duriiig the past season from the fact
that their was a lack of vvater with
which to Work th'6 various clairnsj and
also On account of so many mining'
properties being tied up  iri litigr.tiohY
Mr. and Mrs. McMahon w"ill spend
the winter iu Moyie. aud may decide
to make this   their permanent home,-
Visited Iitoyle an<! tli<j MiriWi
A party consisting of J, C. - Drewry/
F. W. Peters; district freight agent C.
P. It., Mr. Mclnnes, general freight
agent G. P. R., Capt. Duncan, of the
Granite mine, Nelson, T. G. Proctor, of
Proctor City and H. W. Wagner, ore
buyer for Guggenheim
was in Moyie this
party inspected the
mine and visited the town and had. a'
good time generally. They went to'
Kiniberley after leaving hs-re to' look
at the JNbrth Star and Sullivan mines'.
Mr. Drewry accompanied the party ag1
far as Cranbrook aud then returned;
Bros.j Chili;
week. The
St.    Eugene
Lord Minto Passes TSirouttV,
Lord and Lady Minto, returning
from their lour of the northwest and
British Columbia, passed through
Moyie on the fly Thursday ^morning
on their special train, A few curiosity
seekera were at the station, but failed
to get a glimpse of any of tho distinguished party,
{''or ft >*ow School lUiiUling-.
Notices are out colling for tendors
Tor tho erection of a school building
for Moyie. The building is to be 2Sx
40 and will be built on the modern
plan of architecture. Tenders will
close Sept. 22. Fred Pollard has tho
plans and specifications.
Ko-ivltfc l^ostoCk'S Assljvmheiif,
Hewitt BostockjM. P., has assigned
his real and personal estate to C. J.
ITelliweil) accountant, for the benefit
of his creditors. Mr. Bostock realizing
that necessary large sums were not
available ready to satisfy immediate
demands, thought the safest and best
way to satisfy creditors was to assign
and thus insure full rcuinis for those
\y)\o bad Yum,- strain;-)' him,
3ret!il Quotation*5.
New York, Sept. 13.—Bar silver,'
6.2| cents. Lead, price for miners
and smelter's, $4.00 at the Close. Copper, brokers' price, $10.87.    Y     .,
For Sale.—Good business lot^ near
Central hoteh Apply to D, L. Bett-
chen, Moyie, or A. E. Watt, Cranbrook]
Picnieers and fishing parties can
secure.their bottled beer from Joseph
Niederstadt at the, Moyie Brewery,
Pride per dozen', ff'tjo and $2.50.
i.oia for Salo.   Money to Loan.
: Lots for sale in all   parts   of   townj
Money to loan,   Ageut for Karn  and
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Williams pianos.    Have other specia;
bargains.    Before investing see i
D, J. Flmc;
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'ublishcrj iu the interest of the people
of Moyie and East Kootenay.
the mineral iegaurpes will
come lo what is praptic^llyactandatill.
Jt ic net a good nor .wise policy, Ihere-
fcre, Cc increase the present la-, which
is large enough.       ''   '    '
I 'B(, QQgTIQ&JZ, Q, O.jMcVittie ^ Hutchison, j
Fire and Life assurance. Mia-
'> citxce;   hank of Coicincrce EliJo.
j'. -r. s.itrTii & co.,
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SATURDAY, SEPT. lo, 1900.
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'    II now looks as though the  Society
Girl would" be tho ne^fc- to' "mako   her
'lebut before' tho mining world. ■      .    -
Tho  great' Chinese "wall   is   1,500
miles in length and largely  in   ruins,
'ft was begun 211 B. Q.s and took  ten
years to build.    '
Gpecinl JDrys at EypooIUoi:.
A number of special days already
been assigned at the Spokane ln-
| (Iustria! Exposition, which opens ' on
the second cf next month. These days
which'liave'hGon asked fcr and granted
thus far, are :
Wednesday, October S,  Fire   Chiefs
B. C.j
Day and   fireman'o   tournament   and
Thursday, October <t, Fruit Growers'
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Friday October 5, Red Man's Day
Saturday, October 6,'Press Day.
Wednesday, October 10, Elks', Day.
Friday, October 12, Druggists'   Day.' Moyie
Tuesday; October 10, Spotano  Day.
Besides these, others have asked for
"Harney   &   McCarter,
Uiprvey, McCarter ft Alc^nudar,
F-EIOTE, B. C,    ''
Barristers & Solicitors.
Drckers, Land Survey ers and
Conveyancers, aud ^Notaries
,.a« Oruors. t.t. I.v.»<iar   Oiilco, ,2u"0^!||l'.
. Notary Public,'Accouw-'
TAKT,     CoafSriSSION     AND
.   Insurance Agent.
b, 6.
City   Shaving fPai-ioi%
.i'hls IiOleHsjiow open'to  tbe public, and is  V/el! f,
ished throughout.   None bu^hJ^b'V'st^biirmiffjr u-i..
, licucrs ar.d cigars kept in stock.     . .    ■
MrESx.Ey GI.IXE: I'rojj.s
Moyib, B. C.
,  Over 50'exchanges reached   this  of
:fice during the past week, and  out,of I special days which have not yet   been
'this number over JrJO  contained' men-J determined upon, among' them   being!
tion in oneway or  another  of  Moyie | the Eagles, the Knights of Pythias the /
and thc St. Eugene mine. ,  ,
The Alaska Tredweli mill' at Douglas
Island, Alaska, is a splendid evidence,
'of the improvements of machinery and
Woodman of the world,  the  Foresters
anjl the trayeling" rnon. '   ' '
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A&JiO.iyi.jept w:or}.i pontr-ncri; OCuJcon.
Parties wishing to have  assessment
QR4-NBROOK, ,  ' b.1 O.
James Kerrigan & Co.
i mmkma*wnfMm*mm'X.n,mmL gcwiacaw
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Wholesale ; Grocers
• 0. R HIGGINS,-
'the advance of science in quart?  min-J work done on claims in tho vicinity of iPhySICiaH '^.Hd. Surgeon
'ing. . its-mill'tailings assay but 12  to  Moyie, will do well to consult or write I ' -    -'
' 15 cents lo the ton. '       .      ,        . the   undersigned   for' terms."   -Work office-tFabbbm, block. ,
General Agents,
Since the first of September work on
the new elation hao'been ctarted, tenders'put minted for a new school build-
'ing, a payday has pasoed on which
'over $25,000'were distributed amongsl
'Lhe people, eeyerai hew , mineral dis-'
boveries made; and threo babies were
:born to residpnls of the town. Verily
''business i's'p'ickiug up."
left iu my care will po promptly at-,
ended to, and satisfaction will' be
guranteod. s. A. SCOTT.
British Columbia.
■ •* it T^-fcmsi.'uJ.^—Jh.—ragKrn
.The Barbors5 Union of Spokane'; represented by its' GOCrctary,'hr,3 won the
?3uit brought by it against William
Miller, to recover the union card, whiGh
!t was claimed Miller had continued to
,show in his shop after he had been
'notified not to do so by the union. In
rendering the verdict Justice Leonard
held that the Barbers'-Uuion waa  the
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sole judge of the conduct of   its   own
members, and that the court had   no
'right .to pet aside ' any  conclusions   it
might have reached and therefore  the
union wap entitled to t|ie popsession of
^the si gu. e        -	
A good story comes from Vancouver,
,where the Japs are becoming British
pubjects by wholesale. Three years'
residence is required, and as that is
the only subject; of inquiry, every Jap
is able tp answer, although it may exhaust his English vocabulary. A
stranger at the raily/ay station aaked
an intelligent looking Jap how long it
would be till tho train , would leaye,
and was surprised and annoyed at the
prompt reply: .'-'Three years." The
Jap has learned his naturalization
The boards pf trade in the Kootenays
are filing   emphatic   protests   against
the doubling of the Lax ono the output
pf the mines, says the Rossland Miner.
It is held that the metalliferous mines
are aheadv -,contributing   more   than
fdieir fair share to thc provincial  treasury.,  The roal   estate   tax,   personal
property tax, provincial' revenue   and
all the other forrrieo of general taxation
■•    are borne by the miners   in   common
with the other taxpeyers of the   province,  while    tho   different   forms   of
ruining-taxation falls  upon  them  exclusively.   Tho mining-industry is just
recovering from a long  period   of   depression, brought on by tho   war   and
other causes, and the prosent time is
most inopportune for doubling tho tax
on the outputs of the  mines. "Outside
of this consideration, in our judgment,
the provincial authorities are, making
a serious mistake in   overtaxing   mining. It is an industry which -should be
fostered and so .built up, and the province would show wisdom if it depended
more upon tlie incidental  advantages
which would accrue to   the   commonwealth and less on a direct tax.   It is
an admitted''fact,-that one of the greatest needs of   the. province , is   money
from abroad with   which   to   develop
the wonderful wealth   in . the   virgin
mineral ground.   The   more   royalty
exacted from the miners and the larger the taxes   and   restrictions   placed
upoxi them the  less   the   chance   of.
capital coming in.    Other things being
equal tlie   mining   investor -will   go
where there is no tax to   bo   paid- on
the mineral which   he   extract,;   from
the earth. \ Tbe outcome of iegiYUion
0f tlie character proposed is certain   to
keep, capital out of   the country,   and
Without outside money   the   develop-
How 1\ Toj-s ft Scottish Army Offloes^e
Clothing to Frasmcnt",
A snoflt remarkable exanipls oi the
terrible' effects of a lightning stroke
is described in tho London Graphic,
Maj; Jameson, formerly of ihe Scottish Rifles, accompanied by his father
and mother, -went into &'meadow to
pick'mushrooms,' Maj.-Jamison was
some ^distance iii irons',- and there was
a single clap" oi thunder 'and Hash'of
lightning, which irightened Mrs. Jameson, and ,she and her husband went into
a wood and returned ito the house, expecting -that Maj. Jameson would follow. ■ '"■';•     i   ; '_ '
About half an hour later Maj. Jameson was'found by a game-keeper, lying on his face in the flald quite dead.-
Around him, in a radius of several yards,
were his clothes and< boots, which'had
been torn and scattered about in an
extraordinary manner.   'The'lightning
appeared to have struck Maj.   Jameson on thef right side of the head, tearing the cap He was wearing to pieces,
and  burning - hia hair oS.   '   El then
"passed Inside his collar, down the froni
of his body and both legs, into his boots,
which  were torn to atoms, and' then
.passed Into the ground, tearing a hole
about 18 "inches in cireumfereri.ee and
three inches deep,
The deceased man's collar was torn
into,100 pieces, none larger than a sixpence, xbe front oi his jacket was rent
Lniq ribbons, and the jacket and under-
vest literally torn to shrede, and ihe
knickerbockers he %vas wearing jvere
stripped oft and scattered on the
ground. Maj. Jameson's stockings and'
gaiters were similarly torn'in pieces,,
and on the boots the lightning had a remarkable effect.
. 6
Home and   Foreign   Bonded   Warehouses.
■   -     / JOHNSTON  BROS,
This Hotel is New and well Furnished The
Tables are Supplied with the Best the
Market affords. The" Bar is.Pilled with
the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars
Ajuily to
Whiskey, Wines, Bern,
Cigars, Produce, Fruit,
Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc;,'.' Etc.
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Juot _receiv-ed a fine Assortment of ATerideh ''Britannia
tj o '
Clothing,    Gents'    Furnishings,
BoptSj  Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.
Victoria Ave., .Vovir, 13. Q
T. B. Cpi,t,I>-3, Prop.
S»   tine   Oood   QJ&  Xi&ya a Han B&fi
, In the life of a modern business community a man must beware of too much
wisdom, says the Choutauquan, The
specialist'is the man who succeeds and
having once set his hand to an occupation one dare never leave it under penalty of failure in what he has chosen as
his life work, Iu the west all this was
different, Yereitility was a necessity,
The successful man must know how to
do many things. The gleanings of any
one field- of activity were too small to
afford a living oi themselves, This fact
was accepted hy the citizens of the
country, sometimes with a grim humor
which marked the we6t.   ,
A young lawyer in- a western town
had out a sign   which   read;     f'John
Jones, attorney-at-law. Real estate and
insurance. Collections promptly attended to at all hours of the dnjc or night.
Good Ohio cider for sale- at five cents a
glass."   A storekeeper had on his window the legend:   "Wall paper and marriage licenses," thus   announcing  two
commodities  for which  there was a
very small demand.   One of the prominent citizens  of such a town was a
gambler, a farmer, a. fighter   and , a
6chool teacher all in one.   There seemed
to the minds,of the inhabitants of the
country  nothing- incongruous in this
mixing  up of occupations,    it   being
taken for granted that, a man- would
endeavor to make a living in the'ways
for which he seemed best.fitted.
Areated Waters of all
High grade movements in
gold, gold filled or silver
eases.   '
' W, P. TATE,    ;
Official Watch Repairer for  C. P. B
GrakbrooKj B. Q.     V
WM. MILLS, Proprietor,
Miners  headquarters,     Good   accommodations  for  travelonr.
liquors and cigars kept in stock.
Ijojr. wines
Lake Shore Addition
Orders Solicited.
Soda Water  and Syphens,
You  will find a  full stock of
Just received  a carload of
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j~:ll at the   .     ' ■
Ttepaired and Made to Order.
JmwM'miiiM^^T.ni..,!,,, mill:
«      '■       A Call. Solicited.
Moyie, B. Of
Patent  modicinos-,   toilet
articleSj oflicc  stationery
and%school supplies. . . ,
Lkndtno Lthharv : If you want a book
ask for it arid it wiil  be   procured  for
you without delay.
CHoinists nnd Driiftgj^ts,
MOy in, II. C
Furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware;
Clothing, and Groceries,
Agent  for  the  Hamilton  Powder , Company,   and   Sherriu   Williams' painti
Jl li Vi
■ y.TJL-wyg ftga^v
iy.-sys; zy.7^zr/£
r ■:-.-■_   J. I.-McIlSTTOSH, Prop.   ::'
Qvjinli'i A^RKUKi MOYIE, B, C.
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The  only  house' in   Fast   Kootnav   ^
'    '■   '  :1
First, class-iiii"''.every respect. Special
rates to boardcra. Good sample^ .room
for commercial men.
European plan.    Open day and night
JS. II. SJMAI.T. I'mi).
B. C.
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vZJ^-/_V^i-i/ z'.1.JrC?~\<
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w   La' UUt
Are NTow Open and, Ready For
Business With a Full Line of
Staple and Fancy
You are Invited to Inspect Wed*'.
u Ha
; -
«,,;,„' bl«»'""s  flrP   Vf",y   p0i;"Jnr   f°r
- cuii-li cover* nnd mantels.
'.V* "''^hmimvc l»l'"i,,,lcli(,s ",ake (l!linty
fj^   nn'l.uN
tf , ,, ciiriiiniK ...  ,
c *      ,.i,liKipi'r nnd f-:wton it t« a piece
^'in     »H'a"Hl .write.tyidoriieulb  the
foil .11 <"»•'•"  .   ,    ,,..  ii.,,.1. »
i :in
l,ui    must    lit;   lined    witb
of "a solid color.
malcli scratch cut n pig
'Scratch My Back.
viiiimis -shades   of   donim,, orna-
., „ w.jth while braid and  medallions
•  | willi while silk iu fancy stitches.
S« u-'iy p«M>"l"r for sofa pillows.
-rluroy   niul   donim   inulcc   excellent
\ ''■ s    The" former   is, durable   und
% "V"s' than most «oods, and the lattci
n -s iu evcdlcnt'shades and is itioxpim-
itall 'S i
preen   melons,   oval   shaped,   in
il sizes and also of tinted velvet are
in   pairs   for   uncommon .lie-nd
lied together at the top  with  rib-
rlvk   ernhroidered   in  varying
ft ('"'use yellow silk .with a  lavish  use
liil ihi-enil. makes a royally cor^enua
J,iv  Wide black ribbon. «n wli'u-li have,
i  rows of  narrow yellnw  rib-
th«   rulllu   tkiit   linishes   the
'*** i>'| rep roof.'
^ley were rapidly drifting apart.
jL*«Bi.iii"t 'M lioL under tlio collar." she
"»Z   Siiyh'K  ^'m>   delicate   Irony,   "or
-il   ;.M>lode    that
celluloid    shirt
* Avh.-u:" ho cried.    "The shirt front
Jm   liiis had laid' tnislltiKiy upon it a
jiell of hair as >'<-'<J as yours!  ,Not-in
'adnu>aiiil years!" f
'••fie liiuirhed lust. but they both lan^li-
fpljciually    far    from   well.—Detroit
'JooiikiI. ■ <■   , ,
i t'l i."
miluirimn  Ul»H and Oownn.
lawn  mower'uuriied  witli  tho
iuii was too had."
"i iliink so.    The neighbor who lent
Jt^) i:k says we have got to pay for
Jt.!j -Chicago I'^'coi-il. "   ' •■■'
4 Svi'r1 cold? arc easily cured  by, tho use
>d li.-Ui V Anti-Consumptive Syrup, n med-
BjMif extraordinary penetrating and lieul-
► In., iiMipi-itied.   It is acknowledged hy those
\ vh i.;iw- u.-ed it as beiufr tho heat medicine
i-jok h.r uoiiHhs, colds, inflammation of the
VlsB'- ii-.d all affections of the throat and
r ch-t. U- i'(,'rcHbloncs« to the hist; makes it
'ilSMiriu with Indies and children.
l*&  —  '
^$ S   Hot   Weather   Itcndliifr.
r grbal -vacation card' which the pub-
Iffe Wirarics arc sending out by which
^o cm have ten books for :rmonth of
BL'i,-ier travel seems to bci'n very tic-
Ct !i|e Uiing." -      '
' educational.    As
' ac
'cry   nnd   highly
hi. biography,' travel and all hooks
iirrent demand, are,prohibited, the.
tiling, left will'be the dictionaries
encyclopedias,'which will mnke'dc-
ful suui""^ reading.   Great idea."
' Sot nn Old Aeciiinln lance.
STio you mean to say that, tho; horse
W   away with you?" said Mr. Meek-
aghast   '
es," answered his wife: ■
nd-wouldn't' stop  when' you "told
if course be wouldn't."
Veil, nenriotte, I don't know, what
iy except that the" horse wasn't ac-
y. inledwith you or else be wouldn't
h. o dared to act
"ff .-ihington Star.
in that manner."—
'i was cured of Rhonmatic   Gout  hy
.^Mulifax. ANDREW KING.
i1 was cured of Acute   Bronchitis  by
", Sussex.
I was cured of acute Rheumatism by
irarkham, Ont. '   0. S. BILLING,
lie Never Ttinililod.
i 'I'm awCnIlv fond of fresh «reen vpfte
t !'!-«."  remarked  tlio slow  young man.
i-i'ii't you'/"
'Will," replied the young g""'l who hail
' mi u.iiling long :ual patiently for an
f 'ir;ii:i-iiH-iH'i-iiig. "I just love a .certain
*U of carats."
•hit, nlas, lhe head upon, the youiu*
t;in'^ shoulders  was a  cabbage.
The    Bird*    Cun    Mukc    Themselves
Very UnpleUNiuit C'omiianitiTjK.
They say all sons of moan thing?,
about owls. If a man liasif t'much respect for your gray matter or intelligence ',in general. lie will say you are
as stupid-as an owl. Ou the other
hand, If .you are brilliant and he likes
you it would be just like him to say
you were as wise as an owl. And there
you are. To come right down to the
subject, an owl Is not by any manner
of means tbe stupid bird many people
believe,blin to be.
Mr. John A. Lord, a taxidermist, says
the Portland (Me.) Express, relates a
story rabout' how he had once gone out
to look at some traps he bad set for
rabbits. When he reached his traps,
he found that a rabbit had been caught,
but something had carried It off and
left no.trace of its identity behind it.
That night Mr. Lord took two or three
traps and baited them about where thc
game had been stolen the night before.
A rabbit soon got ensnared, and Mr.
Lord proceeded to watch it from a
nearby 'cdVer. For a long time everything was quiet, except for the frightened tugs and jumps the-imprisoned
rabbit made to get free. Suddenly
there was a whir of wings, and. like a
Hash of lightning, a great horned owd
pounced out of the gloom down on to
the struggling victim. Etc killed tbe
rabbit Instantly and began to cat it.
In his movements be got one foot Into another trap and found that bo In
turn was a prisoner, lie thrashed
around for some .time, when Mr. Lord,
and a friend went'to his release. The
friend did not know the .peculiarities
of the great horned owl so'well as Mr.
Lord did or he never would have attempted to lift the bird by his'well
foot The owl wasn't feeling particularly amiable and made one of its famous passes at tbe;man, fastening its
powerful claws In the fleshy part of
his right linnd.    ' ^
..There was n verycanijBatcd Bcene for
a few moments, and jibout" all that
could be seen was "a bunch of man and
owl rolling about tho ground. When
thc,combatants were brought to their
feet again by Mr. Lord, the owl refused
to break clean, and his claws remained
firmly Imbedded in' the flesh: The owl
had to be killed and the tendons in thc
leg cut before the cruel claws could be
opened and withdrawn from the man's
hand, tie learned something about,
owls, however.
Mr. Lord relates bow bo once saw
fully , 50 crows after a great horned
owl. They made it so hot for him that
he dropped to tbe ground, where they
began to dart about biro. The owl
merely bunched himself up Into a defensive position and let them,play their
game. He kept-so still that they.be-'
came bolder,,and finally oiio came near.
Like a flash that '"Irresistible, right"
shot out-and fastened on Mr.. Crow.
There was one doleful squawk; and it
was all over. The owl then deliberately pulled the dead crow apart and ata.
it before the screeching flock that was
watching'him. It is safe to say that
tliey did not como hear enough to bother him after that.
■ Right here It might be well to state
,a littlcrsometblug.about tbo manner in
Which an owl strikes lta prey. If you
ever noticed when owls pounce down
on their victims, they usually-stretch
their legs out in front of them. They
strike lu with tholr sharp claws, throwing their bodies forward and" literally
Bitting down on the unfortunate object
upon wbcb they have fastened. This
glvos them a leverage and locks the
sharp claws together in tho flesh of the
victim so firmly that It ia Impossible
for them to let go again until they
have straightened out their legs. They
can generally put their claws through
any flesh thoy pouuee upon. -
"Wells as He Writes.
H. G. Wel'is, the novelist, is described
by Tbe Saturday Evening Post as working regularly every mo ruing at his
writing. "In the afternoon Mrs. Wells
transcribes on tho typewriter the morn-,
lug's Work, and lu the,evening both of
them go over tbe day's result > It Is
often changed tremendously by tho
night's criticism. 'It's no use my prom--
ising to send "copy" to you by Satur-
dny/- said Mr. Wells to an editor. '1
must wait nnd lay It before my wife.
She will know whether I can do It,
nnd she will sco that I keep my promise'.' Mr. Wells' marriage is a literary
partnership as well/'
The     HmtliKliinnn'K     Only     Comment
Wl»eii  the Di-ohcc.o  Threw   film.
"Most    Englishmen    are   considered
pretty   fair   horsemen,    but   when   it
comes to riding a buckiug broncho some
of them arc uot in or on It for long,"
said tho owner of a large cattle ranch
in   Wyoming  to  the 'writer  the  other
day.    "For instance, n rich young Englishman recently came out to my part
of the country in ijuest ,of- some good
investment.    lie was at my ranch as a
guest for a  few days, and  one after
noon  as  the  cowboys  were  about   to
round  up a bunch of cow  ponies the
young man said that he would enjoy a
good  ride in the saddle.    He said  he
was used to riding only thoroughbreds,
and' he didn't  think   we  had  a  horse
good enough for him.    The boys con
vinc-ed him  that  thoy had one of the
finest horses on the plains, and  if he
knew how to ride he was welcome to
the   animal.     lie   was  apparently   in
suited when questioned about his ability to ride and answered that lie could
ride  any  kind  of a   horso.     A  sleepy
looking     broncho     was   , accordingly
brought out  from the corral and sad
died.    Though the beast appeared hull'
dead, he was the worst bucker In the
" "E's lifeless,' said the forelguei
when the pony was brought to him
The boys said the nag would wake up
after the'first mile, and milord got into
the saddle. The first buck Jump placed
him on'the horse's neck, and after'the
second he was in the atmosphere.' He
turned a double somersault nnd landed .on the, sharp end of a cactus plant
When he picked himself' tip. one of the
boys asked what ho thought of the
thoroughbred now. The question made
the Englishman turn pale.
" ' 'K's   a .good   'oss.'   lie   answered,
'hut   he, lopes   too   bloomln   Mgh."'
A,Little Fable Co'nveyliiK R AVnrnliiK
,  to All  Voiihk People.
[Copyright, JUOO, by C. IJ. Lewis.]
As tbe Goat and the,Kid were viewing
the surrounding landscape from the root
of a shed one day they beheld a Woli
emerge from the forest «nd hobble along
on three legs.
"See, mother, but the Wolf can hardl>
walk," said the Kid. "If I was out there
now, 1 could,outrun him."
"The Wolf appears to be lame," replied the mother, "but,a Wolf is a Wolf,
nnd vou want to keep clear of him."
Very shortly the Wolf fell down, aud
rolled" over as if in great pain, and th(
Kid remarked:
' "Jf I was out there now, I 'wouldn't
even have to run, as the Wolf is almost
dead:" ■' - v     ,
"Yes. he .seems to he bavins,' a hard
time of it,", answered the mother, "but
don't you get too fresh. A Wolf may be
lame or sick, but he's no spring calf."
To Sny NotlitnfC of Getting Married.
"Sometimes;' said Mr. 131ykins, "I'm
surprised st .my own courage."
"Why, you never went to war," answered his wife.
"There are other, risks than those of
the battlefield.' Every time I pick up a
paper I find an article on 'the dangers
to our political system,' 'dangers to
public morals,' 'danger of eating,' 'dan-
gets that lurk in tlie atmosphere' and
so on without end. I tell you it takes
a mighty nervy man to go on eating
and breathing."-	
Holioway's Corn Cure is,the medicine to
remove all kinds of corns and warts, and
only costs the small sum of twentymo cents.
C> *-     , i.    —  —
But   tlie   Cruel   Official   II efawed    to
Grant Her One.
"Is this the place where you get a license to run an automobile?"
"Yes, madam."
"Well, I would like to get one, if you
piease."' ,
"What exp, .ience have you had In running an automobile?"
I'Oh, a little."
"Yes, sir;-I ran one once.",
"Did 1 understand you to say ouce,
madam?" "■
"Yes, but I am quick to learn and I,
picked up a good many points that one
t'nnv.",      ' <
"What was the motive power, madam?"
"Gasoline, I think."
"Are you not positive?"
"Xo, sir; I climbed right up without
looking under the wheels."
"How' did you proceed?"
'"AYc-11, Henry turned the power on, and
I just held the wheel."
, "Did everything work smootjiiy?"
"YY'S. until I attempted to slow up."
"What happened then?" ■    -
"Why, it increased its speod."
"Then vou had lost control of the ve-
hic'lc?"    " ' -       '
"Yes, but it would never have occurred
if there had been horses in"—
"And how far did it run before it was
. Btoiiped?"
"Four blocks."
, "Did an' officer stop it?" c
":,,'o, ir truck. But the damage, was
very blight."
'•Indeed!"      '
'"Yes, only a wheel'off tho automobile,
and the driver of the truck thrown from
.his,sent.     But  I  gained  a good  deal  of
experience,-that one time and  I  think  I
am entitled to a licence."
But the otiU-iiil thoujilit differently, and
told her so. ,=l
Beware of  Ointments  for  Catarrh
That Contain Mercury,
■As mercury will,surely destroy tlie sense of
=me.l .and c omiiletcly derange the whole system When entering It through the inueous sur-
.fttt-os. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions f10111 reputable phvsicians,
an lhe damage they will do is ten fold to the
KOOil you can possibly derive from ttieni. Hall s
Oitarrh Cure, manufactured liy„b\ J- Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and is
tal:en internally, nctii-g directly upon the blood
and mucous suifncoe ol the system. Inbuj ing
Hub's Catarrh Cure Icpurtr you gft the genu-
in?. It is tnkeii internally,and made in 1 oledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.   Testimonials free.
Sold W Druggists, price 75c per bottle. .
Hall a Vamily Pills are the best.
CANNOT BE BEAT.—Mr, D. Steinbach.
Zurich, writes; " I have uHjd Dn. Thomas
EcLECTiiic Grr. in my family for a number
of years, and I can wifely uny that it cannot
be beat for the cure of croup, freeh cuts and
sprains. My little boy lias had attacks of
croup several times, and one dose of Db.
Thohab' Ecxectkic Oil was sufficient for a
perfect cure. I take great pleasure in recommending it as a family medicine, and I
would not be without a bottle iu my house."
A Profitable DepoMlt.
I remember the case of an old lady at
E. who usually had from £13,000 to
£15.000 standiug to her credit, and.
needless to, say, as she did not' ask for
any interest thereupon, none was allowed her. The manager whenever
she entered the'office was always most
particular to step forward and inquire
most tenderly concerning the state of
her health, and if she replied that she
was suffering from a slight cold the
expression upon the man's face grew
quite sad. No wonder, when he remembered that even a slight cold might
carry off an old lady who was handing
his company at least £300 a year.-
"How to Deal With Your Banker," by
Henry Warren. -
Fabjijelee's Pills possess the power of
acting specifically upon the diseased organs,
stimulating to action the dormant energies,
of tho system, thereby'removing disease. In
fact, so great is the power of this medicine
to cleanse and purify, that diseases of almost
A  Distinction  of  Terms.
"Aren't you going to" give any entertainments of any kind this summer?"
said the visitor.
"No," answered Miss Cayenne. "As
* social rule we don't give. We merely
There is nothing equal to Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator for destroying -worms,
No article of its kind ha3 given such sati^
find  them an excellent medicine and one
that wiil'soll well." , lS
Five minutes later the Wolf uttered a
mournful howl and fell over and kicked
two or throe times aud tlfeu expired.
"Ah. me!" said the Kid. "But I can
now go out and sec what a Wolf is like
There caa surely be no danger in ap
proaching a dead Wolf."
"My sou," replied the mother, 'let me
impress it on your young brain that even
though a Wolf be dead he is still a dynamite blast with a fuse" attached. You
stay right here and enjoy these old tomato cans with your mammy."
But the Kid had made up his mind to
ive a closer look at the dead Wolf, and,
.Tumi lit oil.
•'"-lily—Mrs. BrowiirigK always speaks
r I"-!: physician. Dr. Stiekker, as' n:» "old
■"itr lini-se."     Isn't it iitld'V/ .
l)inl,].v-Ob.   I   don't' know,;   They say
>s ii  terrible  charger.
h his VicciETAiiLK I'tixs Dr. Parmelce has
J ven to the world the fruits' of long sc-ien-
1 Ik'-, research in the whole realm of'medical
' -lem-e, combined with now and valuable
' w-overicd never bo'foro known to man.  t-or
1 iiriimleo's Bills' act like n charm. Taken in
' !"il) doses; tho ell'cet is both u tonic and  a
,'mulanl, mildly exciting tho. secretions ot
"o body, giving tone nnd vigor.   '
All Heady For Pension.
"You say y0u were in three wars?"
'"ke.tl  the judge of the colored  pris-
tior.    :    ,
"Hiit'wlmt 1 said, jedge."
'Y'ntne thorn."
"Well, sub, i wyiz;cook for do sojers
1,1 do.war wid. do Spaniards', en den I
l0<-'» married fo' times I"-.
fe        »««.     lUdWVlNA,     FACTORY, Montreal
JetilouM  of  IIIh  PreroR-ntlvc.
MinaKor-What   do   you    mean
ls"V  such   liinguiigo?
"\,ntger bore omni l?
1 mpl
lKl l
lint' l"a"r,,1'-VcM-y well, then
"l 11"' niaiuigor  why do you talk -like
nniciiot?-'nt-i.ita. !"
iS.ro   you   the
oyoo— I know I'm not tho man-
If you're
Pcklwff'w Proper Nnme.
The proper name of Peking is Sbun-
Tien-Fu; Its literary„name, Yen. In
China It-Is referred to by the loyal as
the-Purple' Forbidden City. The royal
nnlaeea are there. , It has been the cap-
Ttnfor tho empire since the; beginning
of the fifteenth century. The English
and French forces entercd.it in lSiiO.-
Tlio population is variously estimated
nt from 500,000 to 1,(300,000., -No official
census has evejLbeon taken,. Yl he resident atmosphere is distinctly hostile.to
all "foreigners.-.'    ':    Y
■   WetMt of riictrWalnat..
into Wabash.' lud., the other dnj
wouud a lorig procession of 22 wagons
Toaded with huge logs of walnut tho
nst lot of merchantable walnut in Wj.
S, county. To the older res dent.
tho procession had much the ah. or a
uncml, as they can remember wbe
walnut was abundant  In the  county
and looked upon the old,trees as pai
■o? their childhood. - Today there Is not
a tree left bj_euo«gh to make a dial..
Cormnn Lettcm,
Germany's official catalogue for the
Paris exposition Is ' printed, ln^."e,^
inventor of -which Is said to^bo
seizing    a    favorable    opportunity,
sprang to thc ground aud trotted away
The mother did not miss him until shell card a bkyit of alarm, nnd as she looked
up it was to see the Wolf bearing the innocent young thing away to the forest for
his dinner. ..,
Moral.-We    know    it's    a    confidence
name, but we like to see how it sl»a^'d
A  Doctor's Letter.
A well known M. V. tells an amusing
story of an old a>.nt of his. Being on
onp" occasion . very nervous, she told
her physician she thought Rath would
do her good.'
"It's very odd," said Dr. ,W., "but
that's the very thing that, I was going
to recommend to you. I will write the
particulars or your case to a very clever man .there, in whose hands you will
be well taken care of."
The ladv, furnished with tbe letter,
set off. On arriving at Bath, feeling, as
usual, very nervous, she said to a confidant:
"Long as Dr. Walter has attended
me he has never explained to me what
ails me. I have a great mind to open
his letter and see what he has stated
of my case to. the Bath physician."
Iu vain hor friend represented to ber
the breach of confidence this would be.
She opened the letter,and read:
Dear Davis—Keep the old lady .three weeks and
scud her back again. - ,- . -,-
—London Tit-Bits.
TTlint He \VouIiI  Fcnr.
"I don't think," said 'the. observant
boarder, "that I should care to propose
to a girl addicted to photography."
"And why- not?" asked the cross eyed
boarder. '•.■       -,.•' '•'Y   ■-'-
"I should be afraid that she would
soixe the opportunity to develop a ucga-
tjve'.v—Pittsburg Chroulcie-Telograph.
Vlcvrn Coincided After, All."
■Hicks—They'have said that Berton is.
a man of peculiar views. But it seems that
he enn think the same ns others do.
Wicks-Possibly.     What   led   you   to
that conclusion? .
■ Hicks-Who* I met him today, he
said he supposed I hadn't i dollar I
wanted to spare, and-really it was quite
R coincidence—I supposed so too.
Why He Rend It.
"Have you read  Bonis' latest book
•Boiled Brains?' "
"I   thought  you   didn't  like   Bonis'
"I don't."
"What did you read his book for?"
"Because I knew some blamed  fool
would )'g sin-e to jisfe d1? if I had read
Little Annlo Hjiand.
Tho photograph of Little Annie Hylnnd
nnd her doll Victoria recalls a pleasant incident in conncc-.ion with the Canadian Pacific
Railway employees' patriotic fund. lhe
littlo lass is tho eight-yeur-old daughter of
Mr. James Hylnnd, a Oam:dian Pacific Itall-
Unujiturnl History,
Tbe Bottle of Ilair Tonic was in a
self congratulatory mood. "Well," It
boasted, "I think- I can tell 'hair raising' ghost stories if any one can."
The coy Poach was very angry as
well as "stirred up" when the housekeeper Sadled her Into the preserve jar.
"Now,'wouldn't that Jar you!" she exclaimed, rather slangy.
..The False Tooth spoke with Icy
hauteur: "I belong to the 'upper set.'"'
•'Possibly.",retorted the b'obtailed Kite
Incisively, "but let It be distinctly understood ,that I'myself move In tlie
highest circles."
- The cracked piece of'psuedo antique
China spoke frankly: "Of course I'm
not what I'm 'cracked up' to be"-
Then her femininity asserted itself,
and she finished coyly, "But I'm not
nearly as old as I look."
' The angry Stick of Giant Powder
stormed at the proud patrician Tack.
"You have a 'big head' because you
have laid a'few carpets low:" The
Tack was silent "I'm supreme," boasted the Powder, waxing bold. , "No one
can 'bold 'a candle' to me, and every
one is afraid to 'blow me up.' " "Well,"
retorted the Tack ■ pointedly, at the
same time striking a match, "nobody
can walk over a member of the Tack
family   with   Impunity."   '       ■ ,
Minaif s Liniineut Cures Colds. Etc.':
Draughts as nn Education.
' There Is no game extant which so
admirably combines educational and
recreative features or which is in every
way so well adapted for a popular and
profitable amusement among refined
"and appreciative classes as draughts.
Us Ihfluences are of an elevating character. It not only teaches, but practically enforces, the necessity' of patience and perseverance, courage and
courtesy, self reliance and self control.
The game Is also peculiarly and self
evidently worthy of paternal encouragement, as a knowledge of Its Incomparable beauties will destroy the taste
for demoralizing games' of chance-
Scottish American.	
Miuarl's Liniment Cures Distemper.
He Was Better Off.
"When I rejected you the other day,"
she began with affected sweet- confusion, "I did not"—
"You did not know I was wealthy,"
he interrupted coldly.
"Not at all.    I  knew you were-well
off, but"—
,"1   didn't   know   when   1   was  or  I
shouldn't have-proposed to you."
Her confusion then 'was not affected,
neither    was   it   sweet
An  Inducement.
Young Physician—But isn't £1 a week
rather exorbitant rent for such a small
room ?
Landlady—Oh. dear, no: not for a doctor.   -,
Young Physician—And  why not for a
Landlady—Because this is a very un-
licalt'nv house, and there is never a week
passps' hut what half a dozen of my
roomers are ill.—London Answers.
Kinard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
\\> have been instructed by
to hold their semi-annual sale of
At their Wiu-crnnn«, Princess St., "Wiimi-
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Sept. 3 0th ,'iml 20th, when
Worth of New READY TO WEAR
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and WINTER TRADE and especially
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to date, Youth's, Roys' and Children's
Sui ts, -wren's Tweed and Worsted Trousers, Boys' , Knickers, Men's Vests,
odd' Coats etc., Melton and Beaver
Overcoats, Silk' and Satin linings,
Men's Ulsters in Frieze and Heavy
Tweeds, Boys' ,and Youths' Overcoats
and  .Ulsters.
We  guarantee  to' offer and sell  ev- ,
erv line in  the Catalogue.
Slock on view on Monday preceding
sale. ' "     '
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We keep a large Stock always on
hand of
'l Balmoral,
IHontroul. Free.
P. $1.60 up.   E. P
as. Am,
$1.00 OA.
typo the
the l«ils
k-—assess £5
decorations.    Tho intention Is.to sub
tZe the no* ^J^J0^J ft
ent German typo, nnd  to acco   •
S object fonts of the new O P     ^
be offered-to German  piintin*
iShiUts at verv low orleefl.
Stocks nnd  bonds boviffht, .sold and ,
,ed   on   margin.1    Listed   ,
niinimr stocks curried
way onginoer. residing: at Strectsville Junction, and when the patriotic fund was
launched sho was so much interested in it
that she sent nil the money sho had been
saving for n doll to tho fund, with n pretty
letter. The commitfeo of the employees at
Montreal were so touched by its terms and
tho child's self-sacrifice that they bought
hor as fine a doll aa could bo got in Oannda.
Xo Dutbiiipr Por tier.
'" Toss—I'  suppose   Mitfs   Gayloy   \ylll
summer at tlie senshoiv..us usual.
• .|o.ss—NoV'-I: think   she'll   go   to ^tlie,
mountains this year.      :-.     ,,
'■'rvss'-Ypii ;don't say?   I thought she
was devoted io the seashore.     , Y :
,   Joss-So she was.  but  she's  not as
plump this year as she was last.-Phil-
ndelphia Press. Y^ _
The record for.Ceylon.snipe shooting
still remains' that of lhe nur/.zlc loader.
.100 couples in one day. This record
w&s made by n Ceylon,civil servant
called Tranchell early in the nineteenth
century. A verage gunners get SO to 40
eouplos a day.
thiJuHt   Accusation.
"Clarence, lio\v can you stand it to be
soidleV" '..'■.''■
"Idle!   P^u't ro'v*"1" hie fanning mv-
«olf7".'.    .   ' ■   . ■  ■      ''''',   '.-,    ,'•'.
Minard's LMient. Cures Garget in Cows.
We can fit out Daily or Weekly
Papers or Job Outfits on a
few hours notice.  ' ,
We also supply READY-PRINTS,
Dili you ever use Acetylene Gas?
Is the beat, the only, reliable, uud the most
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IsY / "KA^MtOOK ril-KI-VMAN.
To a citizen of British Columbia no
argument is required   lo   prove   that
,mion   is   strength.     But   union     is
stienglh. only when  it  is   systematic
and   through.    The   trades   union   of
today is too exclusive, and is   surrounded by too many   restrictions    tc   be-
pome general.    And yet if labor is ever
to gain   its   just   rights,   it   must   be
united.    Strikes are bad, whether successful or not;  strikes tend  to create
ill feeling between   the employer  and
the employed. j
Charley Wiburn and I nr& «-.GUSin«,
but-, psaehc-v, I swopely seeri. ip b<-.-
lo-ng io tho family gt gil. TVY had no
end of relatioi^j and he y> ss a general
favorite with all; even some he" had
never seen, for they would die and leave
him legacies.   He was constantly g-et-
! the open, manly look the fine old soldier g?,v<i back to me, conk! I bring- my-
Deli" io ihiklc iii hita a$ a, c-cherniutj- old
iortime-huiifei'.  *
Such good /rieijilv, aid ws three become tliat I linger*** on In the place for
a'-svjiek, during- which time I j
more uncomfortable nt tho ps
plajing-.   .At lapt I sought out .m
and he says I merely took advantage, of himjjhut I B&y, as I used to
sivy beiorfe, it ia ail bin luolc—a&d jniae.
-~(};-rii4<i\vovn&n, ..V
».      i-'h<ii   -vVilll"**'
grew daily L0^(h>1 so lon^r th" /J^
part I was IX/\ timid in cuin,^
r   ,. , , ■•-    !•,.      i ently—he was po used to rhe^se thing's
In these days oi close competition he scarcely took any nodes of themnow.
some trades are fully as well paid 'as "It's Uncle Ata-cander Stephen. Did you
the profits of the  business   will  allow,    know hkn?"
[t    is    amongst  the    employees    0f      I shook my head.   "Havo heard'of
■, him; neyer saw him," I said.
' "I hardly knew him myself," Charley
explained—"at least, not since I was a
boy. It's a rare bother,-this, coming1
just now. Such a lon^; journey into the
.cqumvv." I sny, Jock, yon hare done
your pictures und aeisi, chem iii and have
trusts   and     corporations   that   low
wages and   long  hours   prevail.    Isfot
contented with screwing   (heir   work
'men down to the lowest notch>0employ-
eis as well as workingmen suffer  Ironi
corporate tyranny, and anything  that I nothing to do fur aapYil—eouldn'tyou
tends,to antagonise   them,   should   jf | go dow;i for me?"
possible,'be avadecj.    Tl;e \vage earner
has very little tc expect from thc great
political parties.    The so called leaders
are capitalists themselves and   neaily
all legislatio'n-is in their interest.    Occasionally so,me measure   cf  rslief   is
' passed by tbe legislatures, but is given
/or the same reason a burglar  gives   a
watch dog a   bone.    The   British   Col-
timbia  people   are   neither   blind   or
joolish ; they sco hovr arrogant capital
is.apt to become, especially when combined with political "power.    Yes,   the
people are in the galleries.,   but   their
is no reason why thoy  should  remaiu
there.   Let them try   their   hand   at
nominating; as well as voting, and then
wo should see the laborer  assume  his
true place in nation of  laborers.    Call
it by 'what name we will, laho/  party
or peoples party, or  nationalist party,
the ciyins* need of the hour is, a  new
party which will gurantee to  the  producer the fruits of   his   labor.   From
time to time, ior seeing^ patriotic  men
utter notes of   earning,  only   to   be
feared arid laughed at by the very m6n
individuals they are   trying   to   serve.
Meanwhile truafend syndicate grow
apace regardless alike^of law or public
opinion, knowing   that   whether   the
government be''grit"  or conservative
it will certainly be capitalistic.   The
British Columbia workingmen have   a
double edge weapon   with   which   he
can fight, viz.  union and   the   ballot.
Thus armed,   and   properly   officered
the great army of labor should   be   invincible.   -The combinations of oapital
must be methy aimilar combinations of
labor.    Let the various  unions   come
into   one   great   federation.     Capital
does not  monopolize the   brains   and
intelligence   of   the   country.    There
are hundreds oi men  working  in  our
mines and at the   bench,   capable   of
governing provinces or  making laws,
aud these are the men who will  come
to the front, to   lead   and   guide   you
when thc time   comes.    If   the   wage
earners would only do a little serious
thinking, they would   see   that   they
have a remedy  in   their   own   hands,
Tlie government is of their own   making, for thc majority of vote?; cast at an
election are cast by working men,  and
and yet they allow  themselves   to   be
played one against the other,   hy   unscrupulous politicians, who care  nothing for them except   what   they   can
gain by thoir votes.
The true solution of the labor   prob- j loveliest,   most   adorabl
le.ni lies in. the unification of  ail   wage j *tad ever seen,   A sudden resolve came
earners in one great combination   and ! ^° ™*_Tnin'i-    "fttfaer than njn tho
political union   will   naturally   follow
to her
"I am not surprised," she said; "I
ihoug-ht you were not much J ike, the
Charley I, used to know, But> I am
sorry for j'ouY-sorry to think your
cousin should havo got that £ 5,000,
while 3rou' were not even eo much as
mentioned."    ,
"Ahl'-'i I "said, with a sigh, "that is
Charley's luck—and "mine. It is always the same—always has been, and
always will be, I suppose." -
I was thinking what I dared .not say
—that, if that £5,000 had but been
mine, I could hove asked bertobe mine,
too; whereas, now, with my poor prospects—well, of course, it was folly even
to dream of such a thing.
I, watched her narrowly after that,
but could see no difference in her treatment of mo.'
I had written to Charley, telling him
of his g-ood fortune, and tlrht I was going to sttu'ondow/j here for a few days;
but beyond a brief uotn-expressing-.wonder at whatever, attraction I could see
theics at that time of the year, he had
said nothing aud written no further;
not a word of thanks or of reference to
his £ 5,000 legacy.
Another week slipped by, and I still-
stayed on. At the end of that time I.
was in such a state of mind that, one
day, fmdang myself alone wilhMilly, I
blurted out my hopeless love for her,
and said I should go away at once, fori,
felt that I could not possibly st&y on
there any longer. Milly, always qiiiet
and eelf-possesoed, remained silent
awhile, and then said, looking down: t
■ "I think you had better speak to
"Whatl" (i, rapturously exclaimed;
"do yotx really bid me hope, Miffy? 'Do
you really think there is a possibility
of, your father—1* 1 stopped and shook
my head. "Alas, noI?* I said, "such a
thing could not happen to me. lib wou Id
be Charley's luck, that—-not mine."
■'Wail;" ££-id Afilly composedlyf "they
eay you never know your luck till y6is
try; but if you are too"faint-heoited to.
try. ^ky, of course—" ..        Y  ■'
"I'll go off and find the major and
havo it out at once/' I burnt out.
And'I saw him accordingly', and told
him the whole 'story, humbling apologizing for daring to ask for hia daug-h-
ter'e hand, when, as I was bound to toil
him, I was not Charley, but Jack. Wl.:
burn, and I had no .£5,000 legacy, arid
no prospects ia particular, and "no
hick!" '■'",■.
"H'm," said the^ major, ^'how io it
.Master Charley comes in for all the'
luck' in'this way?"
"I don't know, sir," I answered, dolefully. !-'Ke goes about more and makes
himself more liked, I thinks while JY-r'*
I hesitated. „
"Whileiyou stick at home and work,
Is that it?" he a-sked,
"Well," I- returv.ed, "I *ry my best.
You see, I have nothing else to rely on—
or hope for—like Charley, It's his luck
—find rninei"
"However," said the major, "I have
been told you get your pictures hung,
and sell them, which is more than he
does. . Is that luck, too?"
To this I made no reply.' I could not
see its relevancy.
"Now, look here, Jack Wiburn," the
major went on, "I knew you'were not
Charley Wiburn." (I looked up in'surprise.) "Mally told me"; and I havo made
certain inquiries of ray own, and I have
something to tell you, The late Alexander Stephen Wiburn was a very old
and intimate friend of mine, and had
long ago set his heart upon Milly's marrying- Charley" (here I* jumped up es-
eitediy, but he waved his hand to me, as
a, sign to be quiet), "But he was determined' that, if it came about at all,
it should be spontaneous, and not
through any compulsion or unworthy
motive. But in that-.will you heard
read the other day there.was so'rneihing-
you did not hear—it was mixed up in
another matter; but it comes tc this:
That if Milly married 'his nephew,' he
and  she were to have a certain sum
Llrii hold them tor yP«
ting  porno little  "windfall"    cf    this I one, da^' al&ce> hnd coafe'esed the truth p ™ no.
i-ind, till at lerigth Charley Wiburn's
luck"  became a    general    catchword
among us—a synonym for all that wns
lucky and fortunate.
One morning at breakfast—we were
artists and shared the same rooms and
fltudio—lie recehed a black-edged letter, which, upon opening and reading,
he cast down with a discontented look."
"Another funeral to go to." he grumbled, "and here are my pictures unfinished and next week is bending-indas'T'
"Who ia it new?*" I asked, "Another
legacy, I'suppos?, eh?"
■"Very likely," ho returned, lhdiffer-
I do not know
f'Whnt, in your name?" I exclaimed.
"Yes, why not? It's years iiuce 1
was among an}' of tho set. TIi'k letter
is from a Mr. i?archly, the solictor to
the will, T suppose; he doesn't know me]
You are Jack Wiburn—it's oniy a difference of a CkrisUan name, and it's all
in the family, you know/'
To cut the matter .short, I had to
consent—as I generally did where
Charley was concerned.    ^
I took Uic lawyer's letter, aa a sort
of credential, and set oat, grumbling a
good deal'at what I considered Charley's
"cheek" in thurf making use of me. If
1 had finished up mj' work before ho
had it was only because I Had worked
at1 it morecb-UBtantly, rthd now, instead
of sx-o-ping the fid mutate in the oha'pe
or a few da;ys' i-esfc, ho iiiadG'ii an eje-
cu»e for sending me o& on a logrbrkraa
misoion like this; ana Chtvrley would,
no doubt, havo u good legacy, tco, out
of it. , ,    .
*'l do-n-r, suppose it's, much," be eaid
(•Q me. "Perhaps a himdred or two—
hardly wprth ffoing down for, you
^ So I' had to go—with no legsiey in.
dew at all, small or large 1
However, as I have said, I set out for
the place—it »,vas Devonshire—and in
dueicouide I aaTived at the littlo town,
'and put. up at a hotel for the night.'
The funeral was fixed for the following'
day, and' on inquiry I learned that the
house I had to go to was only a short
distance away.
The next day, therefore, sow me
among the assembled guests. I found'
out. Mr. Parchly and silently showed
him hia own letter, "Ah," said he,
"you are Mr. Wiburcs. Very good.
Glad to gee you." I did not r^ply, so
he concluded that I was Charley Wiburn, withouv having- ssid anything
one way or the other-.
But, when, after the funeral, the will
came to be read, I found Charles waa
down for £5,000.   That made methink
it harder lines than ever that I should
have had to come down in his place.
The weather was atrociously cold;  the
March  winds  strong  and  blustering,
with showers of sleet and snow, and I
felt cold and miserable.   At the end
of the reading of thc will I was making my way out, to gut back to the hotel,
when some one said:    "Mr. Wilburn,
I believe?"   I looked around and saw
a  fctiff,  military-looking  old  boy re-
i garding me with a smile through hia
spectacles.    "Charley," said he, "don't
j-ou remember me?"   I thought to myself:    "Oh, now I'm in for it.   Here's
a nice mess—all through trying to-aervG
Charley,    Just my  bad luck."    This
feeling did not grow less when ho paid:
"Milly wants  to speak to you.    Sho
hae been looking at you. and says she
can hardly recognize yon for her old
playfellow."   ("No wonder," I thought,
"It would be strange if she did.")-
She came up and fihook hands, and
the moment I looked at her I simply fell j between ,them to begin, housekeeping,
helpless-  over head  and  ears  in love } J Jiave consulted Mr. Parchly upon this
then and there.   She ceemed to be tbe \ zo&tter, afld he agrees with mo that, as
able   creature   I i Charley's name is not expressly men-
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hall on Victoria otreef. Sojourning
Odcl Fellows cordially invited. o
it. a. smith; k. a: ■
a, T- vi>P>"SDVj ?m:.sk
p. i. moobk,s. «.
y, f, P.MVTII.'f. Si.
By Seuding YourV/ork To'-ths
Funeral Director   ^
Graduate of Champion Collojje ol ,the
United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and
store, Aiken's block, near -Canadian
Bank of •Commerce. Telegraph- and
mailorders promptly attended to';
Cranbrook, B.C.
Moyie,   Miners'   Union
Meetsari McGregor hall every Tuesday
evening.'1 Sojourning' memhsrs ' are
cordially invited to attend.   ■    °   ,
H. H. Dimook) "' P. T.Shyth,
'President. Secretary
Port, Steele
Oranbrpok Ferine Warduer
Moyie Board of Trade.
Meets in the,Moyie achool
holies op the first Monday
evening of each'mouth at
S o'clock sharp.      r   -
J. P, FakrblL; PreG. '
A. P. Macdoxalp ' A/T. CLAjik,
Vicc-Pres. Scc'y.
The working rueu'd friend,
U, Ilolford, B. I).
Endurt-d lieiitfiN A^oii3e«.
OiirroUoon, ol San AntoniOj Tl:-:., lo
he down when atlacked bv A-slhma.
Irom which he suffered for ye.irs. Jfc
»vriteu his misery w.ia often h-o grt-nt
tnut it aeeinod he undui'i.-d the agonies
of death; but Dr. Kind's. Mew biy-
covery for Consumption wnolly cured
nini. This marvelous medicine i.s the
only known cure for Asthma as well
ns .Consumption, Coughs and Colds
and all ThroatY Cheat '.and Lung
troubles. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
Hope a Beattie's drug store.
Lots for Siilc/i    Afoncy to.I/oitu.
risk of losing the chance T now had of
speaking io her I would say nothing
about my not being- "Charley," let thc
consequences, be what they mig-ht,
"Don't you remember    your    little
playmate,   Milly?"    qaid  she,  with a
,,   , .        ,.      „„„> ,   -,   -,    ,, i blush and an entrtincing look of her
Onlyaioanng   hio  onanled   .1.  M. | beautWui eyes,   "Well, it's not bo sur-
pr:Bin'g, for I should never have known
you, either, if Mr. Parchly had not
pointed you out to me."
Before I exactly realized what I was
dome: J wis whisked oi? to Maj. Itain-
field'fi house—as I found the name of
:s.fi]l3-'8 father to be—to dine, calling at
the hotel for my evening "toga" on the
I  found  the majors house a neat,
cjuiet-looking little place on the outskirts,, of the town.   He lived alone with
his daughter (bVwife being dead), a'
housekeeper and one servant.   Though
everything waa comfortable, there was
that indescribable air  that gave one
the impression that they were not tcjb
well off aa regards thia world's goods.
Since I was not too well off, either,
i thia' would not have troubled me, but
parts   oi . town, i for that legacy of  £5,000 I waa 'sup-
Money to loa:i.    Agent for Kara' and ! posed to have come in ior.   "Waa that
i^pfs^   '■'
c-.ye-a, I felt ashamed of. rivys'eif;   nor.
when I reeardetl the major', and noted
tioned, and -as he would not take the
trouble to come down himself, even to
the funeral of his poor old uncle, who
had been bo kindly disposed to him, if
Milly likes you well enough to have you.
you and she will be just aa much entitled to the sum set aside ois if Master
Charley had married her, and I am
sure I shall not object to the situation.
In tho will the only condition in that
Milly shall,ma-n-y 'his nephew,* and, of
course, you -are an much hiK nephew ns
Charley ia, Therefore I leave it, with
Milly; if she Bays 'yes,' I eay the same,
and you will both have something to Bet
up housekeeping with."
No need to tell tho joy with which I
heard the unexpected news, or the
heartiness witli which I thrmked the
kind-heaitcd major.
"J'll go oil and tell Milly at once," I
said; but I had not gone far when he-
called me hack.
"You don't ask hor.- niuch you will
have to .start housekeeping; upon," he
"What matter, air, since you think
it enough ?" I answered.
"H'm; but you may og Well know.
You might not thi.ik il enough."
"How much ifl it, then ?" I asked. '
■"Fifty thousand   pounds," .said, the
■And this is wha-i Charley loct and I
gained by that journey—Milly (worth
more I har- ;<]]) :•<)<) .■?; ->,0,0C0 '■ •
For  custom   mado   clothing. v Latest
styles and reasonable prices.  ■
[J. J.. MU&PJIY ^ cjo,»8
A,   .]Sr   RXCHARDSoii
Hauling and Draying.
'"' Wood Tor Sa!o,   '
33» C,
"OPPw^—joiCTgeni m mjniiiji^JuaaPH
'o mi
KAST—».\jr.Y   TIJAJN-
With   direct  connecting
and from th-o
First ciass sleepoia on nil
trains. Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat daily for St. Paul,
Saturdays for Montreal and
Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto.
l-"li WKKT
18 :21 Ivc. . . .. . MO YIE lvc. S :U
Connects with Maoleod for Calgary
and Edmonton aud at Medicine Hat
for all points cant.
Connects at Kootenay Landing for
wit points in Weal Kootenay; Shican
and Boundary districts, and for Pacific coast and linain line points via.
Ai.ply for Ruto, Ifaps, Timo Cards, Tickets jlUd
Full riiloniiutiou'to Jfum-cfit Local
Agent, or
I. M. Man&field, Aijent, Moyie.
If you caunot bring,your
washing, send it  to  tlio
Barber Shop.
Opposite  Cosmopoliten     Hotel
T. P. A. NcOsoii
K. J.
A. G. V
A., Vuucovt'i-
Christniaa    is  coming.     Get
' your pictures   hiken   to  send
home.    PJtEST,   th    photographer, will vi3it  Moyio  on
,  each    Saturday.-    Flashlight
pictures taken at  tho  Moyie
or at   your   room   or  house.
Leave  your- orders   at once.
JSro time to delay.
Prest'&. Co.,
,      , Fholograpliers,
OlMlitiiook,      Wiiyle,      fori ,S««;lo. '
Prices Given
and   Orders
Taken on
in the Printing-
Line at the
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