BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Moyie Leader Apr 12, 1902

Item Metadata


JSON: xmoyie-1.0183105.json
JSON-LD: xmoyie-1.0183105-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xmoyie-1.0183105-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xmoyie-1.0183105-rdf.json
Turtle: xmoyie-1.0183105-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xmoyie-1.0183105-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xmoyie-1.0183105-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 liJ* ��� ���- ���  fteeu  ���&%  fto move than io pay  ' the bundicv to own  'nn.l.juitmovinK.   Sec  -ELMER  ii;   j.'Tta   cf town, on  52-  ?<vSS%&" "^���^������^"^���"^������^���'^���></'*v,jv'*����-,,*r'",*r'  Sputh African War Is  LOT SPPOSITE OUR gTQEE  7  use  And a greater discovery has been made by ���  everyone when they come lo buy and find,  prices so low.  SEW, TO THAI BPFEGT  [ave foods to- Sell and wo Intend to Sell ���  If you want to get   tbo   most   for   your  "mo;iey opend some of the time you i haye,  go much to dispose of,now in  3  GOMPAKY'S,  'ir cilyoi  iit3 ami  'c  inen-  " ASIL '  western ''  Civ an   ,  ���reel   a  1*0 La.  r  ASH: '  >al  Co.'',,  tares are  on Is per  the ca?li  And we will show yon the surplus- stock  we want to' sell. "     ,  '  MOYIE, B. C...AP5IL 12. 1902,  ss A. yea;  LOCAL,    NEWS.  London Believes That Lead--  ers Have Decided to Ac-  ,  cepi the Terms Offered ,  By the British/ "  "S^V ^' '^ "^ "^o.*  ittfcs��v��ffrtM'>.lj tjtwji. i.ii n  CANADIAN- .BANK" OF COIIERCE  Paid }Up Capital   $3,000,003.' ,  Ini/ do'Hip u  HUBERr. HAINES, MGR  "London April II.���The Central Hews  is Informed that a,telegram was received in London this morning from  Pretoria saying that Mr. Slcyn ,and  Generals Dowel and Botha had agreed  upon terms of peace. The telegram  indicates that the British terms have  been accepted and that peace has been  arranged.  Unconfirmed statements regarding  peace negotiations wore in circulation  in London last night, . It- is said tha:  Fredrick Rutherford Harris, ex-secretary of the British Chartered South  Airican Co., lias received a telegram to  the same effect but nothing of an  official or really reliable nature concerning the matter wis then known.  m  milk  , /~r\  n  ii.Ui  A  3FFICE,  J, B C,  I'T^A.^lAcKENzrE, IVoprietor.       _,  lotsl for the * masses.   Everything First  [evervj respect.    Sample Rooms  for  OommQ rciai Men.   ���*  ; " British Columbia.  ' Hajipily Mated.  A pretty wedding took place* at the  Moyie Catholic church last Wednesday  morning when Mr. F.i J. McMahou  and Mias Stella Soper were united   iu  Ed Desaulnier of the,Centra! v/as in  Craubjook.Thursday,     ' "     '  If. J. McMahon v/ad up H'orn Elko  this week tq attend the wedding oi his  brother "Frank.   ' ��� ���       ���  '   J. A.. Ilaryey 1715.3   here on-   official  business lact! Saturday,'  .Dr. Green was down" tq Credon   on'  business this week. ' '   ",' "'   ���"'  '��. D, Hope'was in Cranbrook last  Sunday.'    ' ' " ���',  A Liberal association ie soon to be  formed in Moyie. '  Frank Guindon is preparing'to work  hie placer ground on the wept pide of  -tneiato'lhis soasoa.  Win., Dallas returned Irona Winnipeg this week.  ., Ed Hill was down to Creston, Kit-  choner aud Sirdar the iirst of the week.  , Bev. Bowering of Cranbrook was in  town Tuesday. ��� '..'���,  Dan Mcintosh has returned from a  several months' '.visit in the east.  , Win. Gallup It-it for Phoeniz last  Tuesday. .Gallup is a good miner and  a good fellow and succeeded in making  a host of warm friends ��� during his  residence here. ' ,,  Thos. Christian and' blaster Lionel  Leask spent a few hours in Aioylo 'last  Sunday.  ���James Pieper came, up.from Elko  this" week, lie will 'soon, leave for the  Lardeau couniry' to do assessment,  work on some claims owned by tho  Johnston Bros, and others. ";  A. B. lie Kin ley lias returned From  Poital and will remain here a few  weeks. ~~      " '   T~_     ~  'j"Mrs. P. J. McMahon returned   from  Spokane   last    Saturday.     She    waa.  visiting with her sister, Mrs. Marulen,  at Cour d'Alcne City.     0  * <   ��� '  G. {1L Minor,,tho hardware   kirg  of  The Moyie Lumber Go,  Start Their Mill,  GENERAL  NeW�� -NOT  LO.  marriage    by   Roy.: Father   Coccolo. j F,astKootenay, was in town Lhe "first oi  Joseph Trornbley officiated ns grooms-   tho week.     .. '      "  Rev. Father,' Coccolo' spimt, si  man and. Miss Louise Harper as  bridesmaid. The ceremony was" witnessed,by most of the members of the'  church residiug in town.  Early in   the   evening   the   happy  everal  da^sih Moyie this waek.   '[  'Mr. and Mrs. A. Dill's little boy was  severiey bitten b3r a dog this week.  The brute was killed,  and the  boy  is  8.00010 FEET OF LOS!  The Company Has the Best  ' Equipped - Mill 94  the  "prow's Nest Line of:'  , The sawmill' of the Moyie Lumber  Co, was started today in full blast on  its season's run. There are about  five million feet of logs to be worked  up into lumber. - There are a suJIi-  cient number at the mill to keep it  running until such time as the upper  lake is clear of iee and tlie logs an the  chute cjm be brought down. /jL'he  planer will also'be run steadily.  The Moyie Lumber Co. have by far  the best equipped f sawmill aloug', the  lino of the Crow's Nasi railway and the  company' expic!, to do an exton&ivu  business (his year.        '  The starting of-the mill is good news  for tue people of Moyie.  tt*2a^rr^&&mss*caAr*Mr*^iH3*Aiem'*m piu  m  DESACLNrEIi.'BKOS,    PropS.  Lur^c sample ioomj in*" connection  with house for commercial men.* Best  of accommodations.  eadquarters for Commenciai and  Mining Men.  couple were given' a good "send off" by getting along 8s well   as  can   be   ex-  Moyie has too many worthless  hould   be  the people.of tho, town, and  later  iu;p^.^  lt  dogs, and a  lot' of   them  A  m  , MOYJE,   B. C.  a  lysjjme of our Teas and we think you will  / ���'yseno other. ,  prince we began business we have made a  \\ *| pecia.lty of good Tea, hut we've never sold  \ ,,P9tter Tea than we are selling just, now.  FVOur customers are not only satisfied with  |" "��i; they're pleased with it and they simply  : .ij-'on't go else when good Tea is needed.  Sfiof the blends i we sell are: MONSOOW ih  lb lead packets and 31b tins. BLUE BIB-  50U, a pure Ceylon Tea, put up also in  lb lead packets: considered by some a  ood family Tea. Special price on 51b lots.  .    ��% this is the Tea we recommend to  f^hose wanting specially good Tea; a little  .-^higher in price, but cheaper in the  end.  <4ln half pound tins only.  *��iW"# ���������'''  S��en Teas  we -handle G-tTNPO.WDER and  ^W^^ored Japans.   :". ���  JR^JTraf -^BSTC^   ����������������������  the evening a banquet was served  the Hotel Kooteuay at which quite a  number of their friends were present.  The spread was a a excellent one and  the guests' 'remained at the tables  until nearly 12 o'clock. A dance will  be given some evening next week in  honor of the bride and groom.  Mr. McMahon is one of tho 'loldc^t,  residents and business men in Moyie  and is mtcrested with bis brother P. J.  McMahon in the Kootenay hotel. He  has a large number of friends in South  .East Kootenay.  Miss Soper, tho bride,   is   well   and  favorably  kuown  both   in   Kimberley]  ami Moyie.    She is1 an   accomplished  musician and is well liked by everyone.  Mr. and Mrs. McMahon   will   make  their home at the Kootenay hotel aud  become'permanent residents of Moyie.  The Leader joins   with    their   main* i  friends   in'   wishing ' them    abundant j  prosperity.  killed,  James Cronin  expects, to leave for  California in a few days to remain for  sonie time.    He is interested in  some  mining property near the Oregon line.  Jake Nelson is.in Winnipeg.  A social dance will be given at tbe  Kootena}' hotel some evening next  week. . '  Money Expended in JOOl.  Following is the report compiled by  the minister of Lands and Works  showing the expenditure on the roads,  trails and bridges in South LEast  Kootenay during tho year 190L.  Perry Creek road extension    $3,007.<i"'  Bridge, Michel Creek....  "      Bull'River.',. .. .  Fernie roads....;. .....  iloads, Elko andiT. P, .. .  Moyie, Roads.   ...-.-  ....  Ward ner roads .; ..... ..   .  Cranbrook  roads ........  Fort Steele'roads....-..;..  Kimberley roads.;......,  St. Mary's roads...  Shookumobuck roada.. ',.,.. 1,485.78  A Farewell Dance.  A .farewell dance  was  given  at  the  boarding house of the  Moyie   Lumber  Co.'s mill last   evening   in   honor   of  Messrs. Lewis   Grant,  Wm.   Whitney  and Max jtfehotte.    Messrs. Grant and  Whitney left for Seattle today and Mr.  Nehotte for Fairbault,  Minn.    Tt w-.is  one continued round of pleasure   frum  the beginning until the  Home, Sweet.  .Homo, waltz was  played.    The dauue  broke up at 3 u. m.,after the singing of  "God Save Our King," and the  giving  of three rousing cheers for Sam  Grant  and tiic Movie Lumber Co.  Vic Desaulnier .-Married.  Victor Desaulnior 'of the Centra!  Hotel ami Miss Marie Boissouneau  wore married in Beilin, .New Hampshire, on Easter Sunday, March. 31st.  Since their wedding they have be-:,n  visitiug in the eadt, rbut are expeemu  in Moyie on today's train. Mr, Desaulnier has large interests. buUi in  Moyie and in,the Coeur d'Alenea and  is ono of this town's most substantial  citizens. He is to be congratulated  for the'jstep which he has taken and  his-bride-for her choice oi a partner  for life.   ,  ���airs. J. P. irarreil ftu Artist. -  Some time ago Mrs. J. P. Farrell  painted a life sized portrait oi the late  Wm.'Mclvinley. It was framed and  sent to Mr. Fan-ell's brother m San  Francisco who had it placed in one of  the art galleries. Mrs. Farrell has  just, received word that her work has  received attention aud she has been  ofttiral $80.00 for it,  Mrs. Farrell is now painting '-The  Soldier's Dream" aud it will be finished  in a few days. It promises to excel  any of hur former efforts,  ' Qne hundred years ago Fngt.'.siii p.o��  duced the mo^t copper oi'f.uy co/unlfy  in the world���about 300 tons. Cop*  per extraction began in tlie United  States in 1845. The l?io Tinto an3  Tharsis mines affuul the best e:;ampio  of wet extraction of copper.  James J. Hill eays : "TIjq railroad  interests in th:a country are not the  greatest after all! The agrijuicural  interests are the most important. They  represent one-half of the population o\  the X\mt.M'l States, one-hali cf the  capital, and about all the patriotism,  reljgion and feeling t'nere is."'  Tho Last Ohajice "n iho Slocan ��� let  oub all of it�� meo but six or; seven oo  Monday, Tliid, however, ig not 'a  permanent drop; it is occasioned by",  the water in the .workings. It is be^  lieyed that in a month or so the workings will be sufficiently, dry again to  allow the full staff to be taken on. In  other respects thefp is nothing.new to  report al this property.  Fairbault Demacrat: Cole Younger  visited Maukato, Minnesota, a day ,or  two ago, introduced himself and talked  very freely and jovially over' bis ox-'  ploits. He was interested iu visiting  places he traveled over twenty-six 3'enrs  ago, after the raid at Nortbfield, .aud  while he aud his companions were  trying to escape. ,      '  Sayjj llU: l-fnyatreak :    ft is   roportod  that F. J. Deaue is tr take,the1 i-t'jtori-.il  ,  management of the .Nelson Miner. Tbe  Grows Ne.-it Coal   company    v.'ii'l    still  own   the   pl.-mt.    Thsy, h'ave   ��iut  up  ���jiijOOO cash for tho  linotype   machine's  foim'erly used by the Tribuue.-  ,   The "Medicine   Hat   Xews    sayts :���  "The influx of settlers to th'e Canadi ui  west, is  ci.'iiply   wonderful.    Mp-dicin'e'  Ka,t we aro in   a  position  to  aixj   up'  tlie    great   incoming;   especially     oi',  Ani'.'iu-.aus, as wu see here daily tr.iin-  load Afiur trainUud of would-be svltloiH,'  bnngiivj; with them carloads oi mi.se-':1.-  1 an eo use flee ts���h orses,  ments household stuffs,  this time from the'States into Canada,  shows that tbe undeveloped   riches  of  western Canada arc becoming   known,  and Canada is coming   into   her  own.  The1 rush  of  settlers  is  unprecedent,  and is taxing the railways to the limit  to han.lie the business   in  connection  with other trade."  cafctln,   imple-  The   exodus,  METAL   MARKET,  New York���Bar silver, 532-  cents.  Lead, ijM.12��.    Copper, $T2.?.(L  Loxdost���Lead, ��11, Ss.  9d.  ORAjYBRGQK   items.  19.60  195.00  32S.ST.  ���;227.62  ".. 4.22.S2  .448.0.5  3,468.40.  .4,621.10  Odd X-'elloreV Annlversaiy.  Tlie S3rd anniversary of Odil Fellowship will be celebrated by Wildey lodge  of Moyie by a service in their hall on  Sunday, April 27th. This service will  take place at 1 o'clock sharp and will  be'conducted by Rev. Fortune of Cranbrook. The Odd Fellows of Moyie extend a cordial invitation to everj'body  to attend. ���  Cranbrook Heroes in  tJattlo.  L.-ist Sunday the news was received  of the battle fought where Canadian  troops won glory for tho Union Jack  by giving their ' lives for the cnuse.  Among those killed and wounded  Cranbrook had four soik<, and the intelligence of the disastrous results  carried sadness to many hearts in this  town.  Willian Peters, who was killed, had  been a fireman on the Crow for some  time, and was well known in this district.  S. M. Lisserf, J. O. Grail:us and Alex  McDonald hud worked at, the lumber  mills in Craubmok    for   quite   awhile  and had -ninny frurnds   here.  -K  erai.e  ��*,��<��  Cranbrook streets..;,....  St. Mary's trail. .......  Perry Creek trail..'. ....  Elk Bridge grade. .,...'. ....  Tracy Creek .roads. ........  Maintenance of public roads.  Fort Steele trail.   Elk River bridge.    .  Fernie (Sand Creek) trail. . .  Matthew  Creek bridge   Elko roads  .   5.00  812.05  6.50  5.00  ���' ' 17,50  13.05  1,199.72  2.50  LKi.OO  1,020.37  Jb'Ire Hafl in riace^  The old school building has been  moved alongside McMahon Bros.'store  building and'will-be used in future as  fl 'flra. hall, >..Gliief."ftioker8.ui)d the boys'  who so abley assisted him are entitled  to no small amount of credit for theii-  good hard work. ���  Tie Cani|> Started.  Paik, Mitchell & Oo.-'s tie camp   was  started this week.   Tho   ties   will   be  taken out between Aldridge and   Yulik  siding.    Geo.' Reed is foreman,  342.17 !piaco A  i JNotlcu.  A brown female 'mule -came  to .mv  Soothius to Baby.  VI   wonder   hmy   they   kep.t    that  Tsijka bal)y asleep in t'jehand'ts deii?''  "Ls.upnpsejt \jras tl]e gaine old song."  "VYhal game old v?png?!'-  "The banditti, ot course.''  ��� Tbis ia .io doi-tify thul the under-  eigned huve ibid day dissolved partnership-by mutual oonsent. .',;  ��� John H. Hawke, with the consent of  the said tt.M. Brentou, assigns, traiis-  fers and .conveys tu Francis A. N".ilsou,  Cranbrook'Herald:  The office of the Ryan hotel is now-  adorned wiih a disk cabinet -chat is , a  beauty. It is surmounted-by a cluster  of electric lights and attracts all kinds  of attention.  Dr. Harvey of Montreal, has been in  town tlie past week. He will go tc  Viotqria to take his examination ' fur  the province- and will, then rnturn tq  Cranbrook and be associated with Dr.  Kisig in the practice of medicine.  Robert Honeyman, better known  almg the Crow and the  main   line   m  ' ' ' V '  British Columbia as 'fOld Seott-y," lofe  hist week for ScoLl.ind where ho lias  relatives. "Scotty" was a character,  harmless, full of good iiainrp, but  during the last year he became :>  physical wreck, and unable t,o provide;  for himself. ���������".',"' ���'  Arrangeinents haye been about epruS  pleted to put in a big   saw mill   pkuf  at   Ward ner."; It  is   undc^tood"- thaji'���'  golden parties  are" largely   iMtej-psuuf"���.'���  "n the enterprise/ aud:   liiat   the J mdf' '  will be built for the   purpose.'.)"  handling; timber on tM uppor iCootsmiji  and its tnbutid-ios,  .The. 0. P, H. wilt  be as*kod to build a spur to tlie timh*  boat landing and the TSfortli ��� gtar' Wilt  handle, the product that is to go up or  down the river. ���  G. W. Hull, gedbrui managVr of the  alibis right, title Hiid' nilerost  iii ftiio 1 SdlI1*?a'i Group Mining ;.,nd   Smoltihg  bf eariipahy, iiie cdnjpaiiy thnt   is   build-'  pril   4th.'   'Owner  will   pi.'i  j claim; property ami take animal aw;  business carried on   ih   the   name  Hawktj &: Drenton.    The  said   ll.  N.  Ereuton and F. A. Nelson   ussiime   all  liabilities from. April 1st.  j; U. Hi'.wko,.  K. ,.Nr. '.Orcnm'u.  $20,1(3,3!  ���v..|  W, 0, RATEMAN.     ioL'^oCKiBE  FOR   THE  LEADER  | irig the smelter   at  Marysville,   say,j  "Jtist'as soon as>ve have   the  roasters  ! completed that'we. a:\.:   lion-   b;i?I.tii;..^;  ; ���WVM-k will coiiui'mnct.1 at uii:.'u on ;"..-��� n,.  mure, and art .ilicr furnace, tinit'.,;.,i\-'v- -.*���  11 ���'rnsstt."?' and Un-'t: foiiia'.'-s, ..���.),'! . ~l  0.a.});M.:.it.y';cd 2:l~> i.'i 1;.;,<)' (..,,, , ., ,;,,,���_  Aini, a.-: Hie nc^is ri.,.., Ui  incfOa.se.d'fcom limv |.j i.iin��  AVl.i   tj:>. f ,  '    I  , I,     '.I.  \: '�����'  j.'''  '  TI WYE U  jaaa>M��awBBfiM*-'-L'L"���"'">ir'^ iw,* jMffgun jrinuna  sszsa:  l"ablisbed in"the interest of the peopk  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  IF* J. SMITH & CO.,  Publishers.  BATES OF StJESCKIPHOM  ��Oae Year '. $2.001'ess.  Dsted Jan. 1,1902  4-39.  NOTICE.  Take notice that I have applied to the chief  comiaifsioner of lauds sad works, Victoria,  B. C, for a special^iceueo "to eat aud carrv away  Umber on the following described vacaur Crown  lands iu the southern division of the East Koote  nay  district, B.  C.   Commencing at   a {post  marked Vic Desuulnier planted on   the  east  side of Irishman creek on the north side of the  railroad track, running-iOchains '.west: thence  following the creek 160 chains south; thence 40  chains east; thence ICO chairsnorth to place of  commencment, containing G40 acres,   more or  *fS.'WYIi lilHI��� ������mi '-VWKftiWiflfTrfffr-hUa  gj"���*"*���^ ^^Trrrn T |iaa_^ ^_  Asthmalene Brings Instant Belief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  WRITE YQTJB ffAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.  Buy Your Drugs at  VICTOR DESAULNIER.  SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1902.  mine   remains -closed   down.  will be   nearly   200   men  which'will  mean  a very  substantial  payroll  Thero is .nothing like Asthnialeno.  It .brings instant relief, (even in the  worst cases.    It cures when all eise  fails  The Rev. C. F. WELLS,   of" Villa  8ays:    "Your trial bottle of  There | East Kootenay district, b: o.   Commencsng ar j Asuin*alene received   in  good   condi  .       . I ��� Mi, ���,���������.* ���>,���,*._. ��� ��� .....   tion.    I cannot tell yow how thankful  I feel for the good derived from  it.   I  NOTICE.  ,    Take notice that I have applied to the Chief  The lumbering industry promises to   commissioner of lauds'anil   works, "Victoria,  keepMoy"   "      ���'n   ""       '"  this season  mbering industry promises to   commissioner of lauds'anil   works,  Victoria, '  Vie in a prosperous   condition pV C, for a special license, to  cut and  carry '  The Rev.  ,���   ���,'.������   ,"r  <i n   *zt    7,      ' aw'fl-v timber on Uie following described';vacant Ridge. Ill'  ion   even   if  the tot.   Eugene   Crown lands iu the southern' division  of the XJZ,  employed I fl 'p0"''t ~,lamt'd about.'one mile and one half on  '' the east side of Tochty along north side of .the  Trail, the smelter city, is the only,  city in the province' of British Colum- J less,  bia, which does not owe a penny, says,-JDated Jan- 2�� *9C!2  the News.    Financially, we are at  the/' j  top of the heap, and estimates for June  1, next, will show $1,000 in   cash  on  hand.   The city is being improved by  sidewalks, and is being put in splendid  sanitary condition.   Incorporation has  been a success because the affairs of  the city   havo   been   managed   in    a  "business way by business men.  British Columbia Southern railway."track on  which poast is marked L. Caklll.'-.ruiming east  160 chains; thehce",'south 40.c]uiins,-thciic'e Jwest  L. C A HILL.  3���39.  was a slave', chained with putrid- sores  ---, ; ���.--- "�� v��,��^, throat and'Asthma for  ten   vpnro '  T  lCOehains;,thencendrth-40-ob:aiusrtoXpiace of   d'eemirprl r f nvV i   ���  ' *  commencement, containing C40 acres,; more or   "tBlmiTGaoi ever being cured.    I  saw  ���        " ���         your advertisement for the cure'of this  dreadful and tormenting disease, As-  tlnna, and thought you Had overapoken  yourselves, but resolved to give it a  trial, To my astonishment, the trial  acted like a charm. Send me a' full-  size bottle."  Secret of tiio Profession.  NOTICE.  f    Take notice that I have applied to the'ehief  commissioner of lands and   works,   Victoria,  B.C, for a special iiceuse to cat and carry away  timber on   the  following   described .,,vacant  Crown lands in the southern .division'of the  East Kootenay district, B. B.   Commencing at a  post, on the west side .of Galbraith's   ranch,  block &i;58, on north side of railioiul track, which  which post is marked Edward Desaulnier, running IGO chains west; thence -10 chains south;  lJieneulGOcho,inseEst,'Uicnca"aO chains north  to place ol comnwuceraexit,   containing   C-IOJ  acres, more or less.    EDWARD MSA OLNIER  Dated Jan.<G, 1002. 4���39  ' , NOTICE.  Take notice that I have applied, to the Chief        ^���  fcommisfcJouer of lands and'works,   Victoria,   wondeifu"  B. O, for a bpecial h'eense to cut and earrv awaj- \ ---        '        -    - ���    ���   '       , Afte  ''Ileiel enclose asec:fct,    ���  Mey it .eveiil itself to the world.1''  Thfe following secret of  tho 'newspaper pi-ess association is revealed  by  "an exchange.   We triist our brothers  of the fourth estate will not expel   us;  however we take all risk;   ,  The cuter   Eigti   consists   of   three  kicks on   the   sanctum   door;   which  should be.given with deliberation.   On    4���^ .��� ������,��������� ua^  entering you will kindly remore  your j-pl&eeof commencement,, containing 640 acres,  iiat and advance to the cent's, of ���the '^nwl9n- ��' dwauuhbe  room. Place your right hand inside  your pants pocket, thumb and, fiuger  .tightly clasping two silver dollars, extend your armband drop the silver  dollars into the palm of tbe editor and  Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,  Rabbi of the Cong.    Bnai Israel.  New York, Jan. 3,1901.  Da . Taft Bros'. Memcixr Co.,  Gentlemen : Your AsMimalene is an  excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay  Fever, and {its composition alleviates  all troubles which combine with As-  thma.   Its success is astonishing ' and  Call early and get abetter choice.'   Do not overlook the f, , ���  we carry Hair Brushes,  ClotU   Brushes, Mil ta y  h ' ^  -de with genuine bristles and with ebony; wo^ X^��  m  A. STEPHEKfSEN, Proprietor.  Miners. heaaqnart^  Good   accomodation,  for  ,raveIt.r,.  ��� .     l.quore ind cigars leapt i��� Btook.  Lake Shore Addition  Best  wines  MOYIE.  Vi  timber 011 the following described vacant Crown I       .' Atter having it cafefullv ' analysed    woVan "State   JTi��'��    A0��l,mn1  ^  Wads in the southern division of the East   tains no opfurt/mOrDhina. nhln^rl,!'    ^0^".**^K*  tliafc  Asthmalerie con  Kootenay district, B. c. Commencing at'aj * * morpmne> chloroform or etner.  Very truly yours,���"��  ,-_' , rev. dr. Mottiiis Weohsle'r.  Kootenay district, B. 0". Commencing at a  post marked O. Desaulnier planted about one  and one hall miles east of Tochty on the north  Bide of the Canadian Pacific railway. Running  west 160 chains; thence south 40 chains; thence  east ISO chains; thence north 40.chains back to  -o��  Dated Jan. 2,1902,  4���39.  at the same  time say:   "Send your  ��� j?aper to me."   The editor in response  ��hould murmur:   f,Tliank you," after  ;Wbich you will be seated and tell him  ^-all tbe news.   If it should happen that  you are   without   silver   dollars.. ' try  paper ones.,   It might answer the piir-  '/jose'just as well.  Notice to Delenguent Co-Owner.  To Ott<> Pi Johnson, or to any person or  persons to whom he may haye transferred his  interests in .ihe May flower mineral >, claim,  nR Tm pn'   n' Av0N SpBisbfi, t. Y��� Feb. 1,1901  dr. Taft Bros. Msdioins Co1; ��� -  ni, ST;  X ^fite thi8 ^tlnioflJal /rum a Benee^ duly/having 'teitod  he wonderful effect of your Astbmalene, for, the cure of aBthma.   My wife  h* been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years    Having ex  hauated my own skill a8 Well as many, others, I   chanced   to    ee   your afen  IsSne^lr8 ��fn 13��-b 8tfeet< *��� *��*>J "  ���' obtainedj/bottle "of  Asthmalene.   My wife commenced taking it about  tlie first of November    I  raX��^��^edVfCalimpW.era,eflU   After using one  bottle her asthma  ���*;ffS!*!!d.*?d 8h6 i8 -enr^y t&JndM symptoms.   i;feel that i.fcan  XfVDERSTABiyjUESTERER a) CO.       -  lager Beer, Porter and Soff/ed  Beer Always on Hand.  Quality not 'excelled in the country.' Try, it antf  be' convinced.  t  fit her  ihe o  |devi(  lush!.  Bnso I  ri  Fpir.'t;  [ v. lici  l oiad  "Do'i  fist a  j"pfOl'(  b't oi  f^22^^^^f^^^^^^*^^^^^^-^T^  Another Wariu'iifi; rfom tho Dootorfc.  situate about five miies.north of i'ort Steele in  the Port Steele Mining Divislon.oi tie district  of East Kootenay, B. C��� and recorded iu the . :  *\ ~ �� ouijiroiy iree irom ail symptoms.    I'feel that I 'car  recorder's office of the Fort ��**   Mining PonaistenOy reootemend the medicine td dllwh'o are  afflicted   with  ifeia'di.  , you,andeachofyou,areherebyIiotideathat S    1Seaae''   You���'��Pec*iuIl^._^ O. D. PHJUljP8j.M. D.  I have expended one.hundred and wudollars.in  '^_   ^  .,    _ .9 l    ��� O  labor and improvements.upon.the. above men-   "^     "  tioned mineral _claim in order ,to hold said  mineral claim under  the provisions   of ^the  mineral act and if within ninety days from the  j date of this notice you faij or refuse, to. contri  buteyour proportion of cuch expendilureG to  getherwith all cosvts of advertisiug, your in  ,.,    ,    ,��� bv,wvw ,Tiiiv au. VyaL8 oi aavernsiug, your in-  cunaren, and for six vears was linaUie,   ��.  No doubt   those .wise "doctors   are   terests insaid claim will become tlie property   health' and am doin/hn��ino�� A T'   '  ,7fQ    ������!,��    ,-��� -Jlli,    ...���.        ���'..'���  .   of the sub subscriber Under section 4 o   ��n  ��p*   ���������"7��� .? *m.��inff ���ne8^eve*-y 4^  quite   right   in   saying   tfiat   money  should    be    disinfected     frecjuenlly.  Money is popularly supposed to be the  root of all evil by  those  who haven't  had the opportunity to acquire a taste  for roots, and, naturally, it  can, easily  be the root of tho   evil   that   we   call  disease.   And this leads up to  an  Unpleasant dilemma,   if we hoard   away  '"    money we can't help but take grevious  .chances on introducing   disease, into  .'    onr own midst.    If we play the spendthrift and let it go easy we incidentally  scatter disease broadcast.  '   -   This is why Uncle Eussell Sage is  'esteemed    such    a    truly( unselfish  ���character.    He scatters about as  little  (.    disease in this way as any living man.  !   It's well euough to  say  that  bank-  'bills ought to be fumigated.    Of course  Ihey ought, but who's going to  do  it?  If a man owes you moneys and you see  '���    a chance   to get it, you are  not* going  to:ask him; to steam it, and deodorize  'it, and render it  antiseptic  before   he  hands it over.  JSo, indeed. We've got lobe educated  up to that sort of thing before we  can  adopt it.    Let some storekeeper   come  out   and  say, "We   dcn'i,  give   any  change to   our   customers   that "isn't  fumegated.".     He'd   soon   have.1 imitators.    Why, it might even p;et so  after a while that when   a   man   was  held up by a highwayman and told by  'the latier that he was very  sorry,  but  Ihe fact was hie wad of wealth   hadn't  "been    thoroughly  formaklbydod, ,the  gentlemanly ruffian would'back sway  and leave him his germ loaded pelf.  1    Of course, ���y?h'en'1 the* highwaymen"  'caught on to; tbid  little   game   they  ' would naturally fit themselves out with  ' a disenfectingapparatus and take their.  chanceB on"-'the'germs.        ;/���-���"������     \  ���    Yes, the doctoi'R aio all. iight, .but  vyou can'trdaeon with any . satisfaction  vwith a niahHvho heeds  money arid  is  'willing to take it just as'be can. get it,  and perhaps let; it gp.ih .the same way*  '���      t31i2lit JUlititlco.''--��� '   .     -  ^ "The showers last1, week, \ though-  'copious, were not .BufScieiit to meet  'the requirements', of   the   mill  men,"  (wrote.the rural/editor. j-   "  f<   But   the   compositor    accidentally  aubstituted "m'lkmen" for  "millmen"  ^: and the proofreader being a humorous  gy.y IvtU go at that  of the sub subscriber dnder section 4 oi, an act  entitled "an act to amend the Mirioral Act  mo-" ,.',��� WM. GALLUP.  '  DBted at Moyie, B. C; this 8th day oi Jan. 1902.  4.���39-3m. - _  . .  0. F. DESAULNIER.  DEALER i  PROMPT DELIVERY'.  Qruee ns' A*^e.    ;MOYIE  De. Taft B*os. Mi'biciwfe Co. Feb .5 190,    ��� ,  Gentlemen:   I was troubled with  asthma..'for   22 .ykfe.   I have .'tried  numerous^emedies, but they,.ha^e all failed.   I.ran.ac J yotir'advert sem nt  and started with a trial bottle,   i found relief, at   onco,. I   a^  since  pur'  ^^^S^^^^^^^J.^   ���<   ��   thi;be.t.of  .-,Da ^f ��� ��ui"f, uusxuess every iiay. . Inis .testimony yon can makp snhh  use of as you see fit.    Home addres, 235 Rivington street.   B. RAPHAEL        '  ,-.,     ,.    .....       67 East 129th st.,New York City!  TRIAL BOTTLE|��ENT A^SOLUTE^ fFREE   ON RECEI PT  O^POSTAL;  Do not delay..   Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT'BKOS," MEDICINi  CO.5'79Eastl30thSt..N.Y.City '  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.S  JQMNSfQW :J}RQ$>  Harvey    &   McCarter,  FOKT STEELE, B.C  'Harvoy, McCarter & Alexander,  FERNIE, B.C.  Barristers ^Solicitors;  FIXTURES PRAtlUB  Brest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  Cranbrook,   ,Moyie.*    FortBtoolo.  Will Visit Moyie on  l��HJlMTHIMM>,lltllllMlli|IMIl'[|'  W. ���$. GtJKD-  KAllRIHXEit, SOIilCrXOK, ETC.  SALE & Ekwm;  Notaries   Public,   Commission "and Insurance Agents.  i    ^m2^611J3 New and well Furnished. The  I       Jh?�� e**aS��rds' The mv is K1ied with  I       the Best Brands of LiquorS and Cigars.  |, Headquarters,Por coMmrrcial  I^HvU.--'    '-       ANE> MINING MEN'*'   . '  fl)   MOVIE, ^_ _ '- ' >      ���. - ���.    "  n    " ��� .    - ;       ~.        ~ -    .       xJJRlTlQK COLUMBIA    \  ESTABU6HC6    I3--7. iNciiRPOHATcb    1898.  AUTHOR.ZED   CAPITAL,  gt00.000.   toEALER^    AND    EXPORTERS   w  Branches:  *.     -    - -   .  FOxtT1 STEELE,  FIMBERLEY,.  MARYSVILLE.  1e,B.C.  For Downright   Satisfaction,  Shipment    after   Shipment,  Ship    Your   Goods   to   Us.'  f'u 11    Prlc c s     and    I mme-  j r���:������-^~���-~���.  ��� '>i--  CRANBROOK,  B.C  Mining Stock  ���ffjtgtgJyi^BiiMWlMIU 1 Jtll.'|  I III  55  I >  or'AnbrookJ     A't-jgjAirkk  Daily market prices  by  wire  .from. Spokane.  dlatf}   ftfyfittfht.   ���v$W $ino-  Beey .Estj'bllshed  "2^    Yca%.  tyM'& fykts.    MafiefTrlal  Shlpnvnt.    Convince Yourself.  1  KM  wm  P'r.-t isd So  "f. but. \\!  ���'II    lllCI  M��  qttl  ,.u  ai.VTnmmwM  BO   YEARS'-  * EXPERSEWOE-  LEWIS THOMSO^  Notary Public, Accoun-J  ,  .TANT,   Commission   and.  NELSON,'  ^ rt"%. fr ���  InSURANCR AOENTi'  Trade Marks  Designs  GopVm'GHf fe ��lc.  Anyone senrtln;? ft sketcli and description may  cmickly-ngccttaln .our'opinion /ree VrnelHcr an  li>roution iirprobft-Wy ritent4blo. " Corolaiifllcn-  tiooo strictly ConBdontlal. Handbook on Piitcnts  sontfroo. OlrteM IfciKenoy for securiag patents.  Patents taken I'tBrouRh Munn-4 Co. receive  ' Bff��tof'tiotl<;e,'VrtthoUt charge, liithe  Moyi^,;^'  B, c.  EAST������KdOMAr Wmm CO.  ���'���"sgdSS'-JSS ''F0R8T AVE. %  ^p&��&&.&v -������ ^ ?>- ������������������  ' ���&%��!**�����*? Ifci^ft r��'^.  A. nRhifaomely illn'strated weokly. Larftest (rfV-  culatlon of any nclentlflo Journal. Term*, ts n  year: Joy months, fL Bfl'dbyall nowsdeilom  p. JNN-& Co.S6f8��S?s��.-'Hew.Yorlf  Branch Office. 035 F St^WM"il��3ton" 5.c.  E. A: EiiTON.'-  '������.       vd',-.' ���..-��� ��������� '��������� ��� ���'..-. -.".������..  .Commission   and   Insurance    >���  '/Agent."-..   ��. ; ,   ,.     ������.. '., ;       1  A*SW YORfc^IpE, '-'..,  I  LONDON ApmX^GASH^J  . PHCENIX OF BROOKLYN  Insurance Co/s'  Fort Steele, B. b9  *���' ,'i.-  Cranbrook, b c.  SR    PF��ICE    CiRCULARS,  Orders Solfcited, I  'Soda Water ^i Syphens,  'VA.-^Vi-ir  *^V^j!S55^S^^-'3��'^'.->-i - ��� -..;  /'���'.���:;.������-,.;._.,������...���.-   -.,-;���-���-. >���. ., T".���-f^���*����f*^,nw-3a��ais*K^^  -��waA.^j^:-:.-   . .     .   '    '���_____- '   .'    ���       ''...'."   ���'���'���'���",-��  T\ '������ . I' <-,   ^^^^���"^Jgg***"- ''��� ������   -- iiu.rmi  "Dot  !   .Hi  ���'���;''' :��� i.n  'I  U.lldi;  ir' ��� by uoi)  'i:i"."it,    ]i  -1 ,-.>von c.  "1 (1 tlllTf  ���'���    ^If ill  I  (.lii'ijt;.  :iLimi"  ���''���"���'"liy in  '���     H.n:|.  fc., of tl  :>!I'm��� for ,  r<-'vil;ir3ii'n(  !S    ���!.'. j,.c  "wrists, 1  "my Pills  " -'iht'oi  of love  IV mr  "'(! extei  "Hi      till-  '(-   lUailci  Subberneok Your Neiglibor's kt,.'.'.   &ub3cribe for.  fhrnM11'" w|H'lo :  t|��) known t.  hnTM lQnstitut,i,  ��":   Takon.  ; 1 -i i-\d  ho \vh  oncls  'L'\r is.aui: .-il
'**■-«-' **-+£XfM*~tA**M
ct that
Too,  fo  Have  a.  Friend
Witli Him. J    '
jner is unused to water as-
When it comes to the or-
imic-ls of news  in tbe city
jn   excel   bim   in   eki.l   and
i'lt', but be was all at sea, so
ft-hen lie was detailed to "do"
„ in iMit-Iii-Bay. As a matt or
[didn't know tbe jib fi'c.i the
t, but a follow reporter who
' a   speciality   oi'   yachting
iclicd hiiu and supplied tho
liitical terms wherever neecs-
\;u'lifs were sailing a  tri-
gotirse,  and the'press  rtmre-
launch had made one "Ic?,'''
)m-se   under  a   stiff   breeze,
turned on tlie next_"leg" the
from another quarter, and
nit reason considerably tlim-
strcngth. . The landlubber
was   strenuously   at , work
lout a bu'ethi for the carrier
Ills.classic brow wa.s bathed
ntioii. and bis high cellar'lay-
id flattened out upon his coat,
wind  holds out,"  he wrote,
will  win.   Kut tho heat Is"
I'n.se, and the wind la Uglften-
Swrote he submitted his pngea
flluw'reporter, the yachtsman,
)i-9liip, v.-lio, wlion he road this
it. burst Into hearty laughter.
Jell libber reporter looked grtey-
mto the future and see t^e
condition rfco which v0/ir
cotigh, ii neglected, Vjl
bring yow, you would ssefc
,xeUel at once—and that'
natoraily would be through
mion s
KIol.oi-   Coiiii-H*-
! >'   lU-fil*   of    ',(,;v«,
'-' <"- -'J  r^vi«.i
■n  'r   h.'i'l   ).!s   hand
pai-Jois  1 v,v,  or  thi
He -ujjiiji.- ti.-e ii:iM:i.
E>     . '.
I,    I  <
' — i * ' ii
1 straight. uL-vit a Uu-Jj
''U ro.v poker
•-■veuhirr^  fejuct).
of thinking that
n Johnson**,
of town,   we
peaks,    Ove
three  nrlUts and
h;H, ,one mile west
co.iute.i seven mountain
river-,    four   waterfalls,
,.,, . -,    ,, •'•  thousand  jackass
iMnu tb, other day, and it ,va.su't a
g«od day eitiJOr.    Couj,
or v.
ie west for scen-
I'I-Vm-u;   ..STl^L    KNcjUJli-
•v      AI'OUT    .JOSEPH
iili<J\V.Vs CV5E
-ting-    frotiblcs.
Gores Coughs  and Colds
in a day.    2^
Guaranteed.   ♦
o cents.
•   •    ♦    *■
Write to S. C:-W?;r.r,s & Co., Toronto,
Can.,for tree trial bottle.
s Clover Root Tea purines the Bleed
^"^ itmm i rr
- ;
it and
the matter with that?" lie.
Sther reporter called his.atten-
Ihe eccentricities of the wlnd.on
levious course.
,'s not so  bad,"  he  observed;
lushing at what you say .about
Bnso heat."      ' '        .  ■
ri piled   the other,  mopping
spiral ion from his face, "I guess
I v. lien' I'm w.'inn."
ouulit to be warm,"  was  the
"Don't   you   know  your   back
hst a h'i!I"r ciu'rylng 150 pounds
?ferouco to the "Intense" heat
j't out' cf  Uu'   report
No  UprNInjSr Tljere," ' •'   i •
fly   tlent   (c|iiii,'log   to   strap)—.
re n tfooVinniiy conditions af-,
our {ioveriniieiitnl   system   to-
are \r>ry oiiprcssivo. and their
luce nay g-ttne day lead to a
|u prising.
SfaKii o'i t.'".' standinij comm'it-
:-|;h,'ips.   i.'-'.t   (w:t!i    witlierlng
Bi! "iiile (i"i-i,'i):ints Of the so;;i.s)
Sid neu'i- Ivjl!; fvjr It to begin in
•A man that hath ,IO virtue jn him-
spli ever envieth in othei-.s; for men's
minds will either feed upon th,.jr
own good, or upon others' evil- ami
whoso is out «,f ]!0i,e to attain \„
imotJior s. yii-tu.1, will seek to onmo
at , even hand, by depressing another's fort unu.—Bacon.
h i;
Over at Lone Jack the other day a
J ijiiignr was r..»H„i, enough to bet
<> I0..,:,t we could n.,t stay on the haek
ol .i hueklng LronHio ten minutes. He
wa.s a chap who c-,v,M not comprehend
he uerary R(-ope of a western editor,
but he paid the Lot without kicking.
There are about GOO Mexicans .employed on the cattle ranches in this
noignborhood, nnd.at least 495 of them
bear the name Jesus. We don't want
to appear captions, but we 'think,the
"mne Pete "would fit in a great deal
better with th'e kind 'of whisky they
. kJu.^   Pills    ,\,.e
!-"d   'o   be  a    bonder
<M.  J,v,„(.—.M.ui'y      Other
'"■..-i Cut-.-s  Jtrougia  to 1
She. 'J oils 11 ow .Little  Ones  Can
'Kept Well,  Contented
"«   „     . virui Happy.   ,
When    baby , is  cross  and -irritable
you,may rcst assured he is'not well,
even   if you  are   unable   to  see    any
symploms   of   his illness'other than
fretiulness. .Jt  is  not   natural   for' a
baby   lo   be  cross  and   he  is .not  so
without   reason,     lie   has    no.other
■way of  telling his troubles  than    by
crossness ami crying.    When   baby  is
cross give him Baby's  Own Tabiets.
and   they  will  soon  make him good-
natured    and    hnppy,   because     they
will cool  his  hot'little  mouth,  ease
his sour little stomach  and  help his
oJ.W3jt.inn.ie Jittlc  teeth   through  painlessly.    These   tablets  are  .list what
every    mother' needs    for her-   little
ones—and for her older:children too.
Mrs.   Clarence McKay,,Jloseway, N.
S..  says;    "1   find'Baby's  Own Tablet's , the   best' medicine   I   have  ever
used -for   my- little   ones.    When  , niv
As postmaster of this town wede-
, sire to oblige In every sense, but we
cannot pass wolves, hears and lions
■through the mails to President Roosevelt, much as we should like io. The
latest thing offered at this office was a
'IiiJeas steer.
■5       . '    __i	
Our horse editor was*'nuried yesterday, and we were glad t0 see such a
large turnout to pay btm last honors.
It was not hls<,fault, poor man, that he
.twisted a. mule's tall to the rif»ut in-
stead of the left. Ho"bad been brought
up among oxen. °
Whip-the-Devil-.Tim, the cowboy evangelist, wa.s In town the other day to
look the ground over with a view to
holding a series of meetings this winter. We know Jim to be full of;pluck
and fight,,but if he sets out to tackle
Satan around here ho will want to keep
his coat off all the time. "   '
:./A-: ."'"■■ 0l1'-- -March 10.—fKw.(.-
" - ''".m-Im-i 0f thepubji-au/,,/,^.,
;"d -.de through the J(,.(,4 ul- tJllJ
"'"< -dons cur, of a ca.se oi I'a.al-,-
•^-s heie in (Hbawa , jias ijeen to
"i,''1*4 }".}]-Hi SI»--^? a great many
.sniiJl.u-Jy wonder!uJ and well authe-;-
>'''■'i-'i!  cures   by  ihe  same  i-eme.ciy—
Mr    -■'■--
>vo\\u, v.-hose case has caused
"a- sensation, is u modest; nn.is-
■sii inn.^ na-chaiiic employed in tjie
<J.<-!,..v.-a .Malleable Iron W.nks. Sm
th'- piiblication of the far:
ca- .,■ and  its  cure  he has
^i.,-]med^viih  letters'of inquiry if.
all, f». erVthe countiy,  and  lo i{\.ch
of   his
h or
Pills     r
and   hos-
lue  up.     1
High Sing, a Chinese laundryman
stole a horse the other night, loaded
the beast with plunder and set out for
New Mexico to begin life anew. Several ' parties pursued and overhauled
him, and now High Sing sings low-
that is, he doesn't sing at all. v.
o anything in the world
hi\m\ v.e uiust not stand
ivenin- .-aid tliinking of 'the
d.MU"-i. but jump <in, and
• thi'dii^fi ,■-, well as we can.
Smii ii
■h'-i- of the ]l,,
'ovincos    in
Wt  Farmer's
■   the  Mat-itinie   L'j
to us .-lates ;
'hi  say   tha.t   I   ,|(,   nut    know
•du'ine that has si.,o(l the
t"me like. ."MINAIift'St;" LINJ-
: U has been an unfailing
["I onr hous»liohl .•;,-,- sinru
!'!'ienih,.r.   and   ■ hiis    bui'livcrf
>\ w.iiiid-h,. coni|ietitor& and
>as ■      ...
in' on
1--   Id
n-ippiness this day to
b.ip|'iiii\ss or those
•'.piiort some sorrow,
("!"' warn, to add -somre:
"• r   ui'iglibor's   vii-t'ue.-
baby   wa.s  four   months   old   he    was
very much, troubled with indigestion.
He would   vomit  his   food it's soon a-??
he took  it,-   no matter  what. 1-  gave
him   and,'he seemed to be always hungry and kept, thin and delicate.      He
also .suffered   from  constipation.    After, giving  him    the     Tablets   a   few
day.s   the   vomiting   ceased     and    Ins
lioweJs , becajini regular,   ;uid_-.l   must,
say that since i,liejjjui .the use of the
Tabiets I have hud  less   trouble with
this   baby    than,!   had   wilh   any   of
ihe,rest     of    my .Children."       Eveiy .
mother     should  keep     Baby's-   Own
Tablets   in   the 'ho'use  at all   times—
ther.'    is    no   telling  when  an   emergency may arise
These   Tablets   are' a   certain     cure
for    all   1 he  minor  ailments   of  little
ones,   such   as   constipation!   indigestion, colic,  diarrhoea, sour stomach,
and   simple    fever.     They   break    up
colds,   prevent croup,   and   allay    ihe
irritat ion. accompanying   the  cutting
of    teeth. '."They are    sold     under a
guarantee   < o 'contain . no   opiate    ot*
"other harmful drug, and dissolved in
water  may .bo given'    with  absolute
safety   to   the youngest,  infant.    Sold
by  nil   druggists  at  2."  cents  a   box.
or sent   post  paid on receipt of price
by addressing the Br. Williams .Afedi-
eine. Co.,   Brockville,   Out.     ■
' A. self appointed committee-of three
waited upQ.nusJa.st Monday and. asked
, us In the nam6 of the people of" Arizona to resign our flro different offlces
and-get out of the territory. The doctor says it will be three weeks' before
any of thorn gets .out of the hospital
and ton days before our lame back gets
all right again. We are not the only
critter with' cheek in this locality.
answers simply
■ ', *• s,    Dodo's   Kidne
ni"  after al! , th'e     doctors
pi.ai .specialists had (-non
comIiIii",. walk aud  had  to  be  fed Hi
a ' viby for fouc months,  but tin
h""u    fixed    me  up,   and   1 .have
nil i".ght <ner since."
He  has  also   been in'receipt   of  not
a tew letters  from  others  v.ho,  loo,
ha./.-   found'  Dodd's     Kidney   Bills   a
-lii'—i.a'.Jng i-umcdy  when  alf else- had
failed "* '
Several of these, encouraged by j>Ir.
Brown's example, have written to
the papers reporting thuir cases, and
all i are vul-y enthusiastic in their
piaisL-s of the medicine."
But our explanation of all these
cases has been offered and it seems'
to make them easily understandable
—The Kidneys are Nature's blood
filters. If the. kidneys are healthy
al'l diseaces will be extracted and expelled Dodd's Kidney Bills cure.the
.Kidneys, and .thus enable, them io
throw oil sickness ami .to protect the
body from any and every assault of
That's the  place, right in   the small   of the
back.     It's a dull ache, sometimes a stinging
"catch," a "tired  feeling," a   burning pain.
It exposes  the   fact that  you   are   in   bad
shape, your strength   has been   overtaxed,
your   kidneys   are   breaking   down,
your nerves are shaky, your bowels
constipated.     You need   the help   of
Dr. McLaughlin's
Pay W Si en Cured
can offer reasonable security.   Failure
costs you  nothing,  as 1 take, all the
/ I have jupt completed/
mj'bea'it.ful illustrated"
the   weakness ,0/  men
and women. It is worth
reading.   1 will tend it   V
closely   sealed    KKEE
upon  request.    Call,  if
possible, and I will ex-
vlain what inyUeltwill
do. Call or write to-day.
O/^. OT"SvQ sTs."   •. "'CW.'irc of concerns offering a thin piece of felta-s a dubstiuiic
'     , .       **>*"* J»   formy cu-iln'on eleetrotlcs.   These clicap coverings are u.sed
only tfi •h'-Kiii-eaheirbnrc metal bIi«torin}f electrodes, 'ihey havo to be aoake.i ii.
'v.'.to-. >vhi':h .;u ckl,- dricn and leaves, tlicm without.current. Mv ciLshion electrode-
aie ri,- ovciiisiw ••iV'-nUon nud cmnut be imitated.
. If jou lu'.ve one of tie-e <j;tl j'.vI.j. bli:.t>-irin<f tells I will take it in trade forone of
:;i.r.'., ,J (..o'UiU no; tint tlie old l,«it is of any u--e, for it is not, but to establish tlie
v.'oijf. o< nij- uuotl'i with pem-jc who h ;vo ijcen.mislei  by  tho false claiun of concern-
-fltin-r a eli.'au, worthless .irtiele.
y   P.ti.l± B IVjGLAvjGlllI^, 130 Yonge Street,-Toronto.
sga^ss^gj-gE^SEgsav'^^ -
si> \y^
ii we, could read th.e secret history
ol our en-mies. we should find in
'•nih man's life sorrow and sultcr-
ing enough to disnrm nil, hosuiity.-
Leuifri'ellow. - '-• --'- -
Piifm^'oe's Pills pes.-c--.- the powe'r 6f 'ft,-~ in■•
-P'cificaily upon tiio thv.a.-4:l or.,-;tns. ■,ti:i'..il.ii
hi,-'to  acticM  the  tierma-'t  c.e.vic,  of   (i,.
v iott, ti5ore':>i%ro!noT7i-.r.,', d.-. .!-..■>. ,\;\ fi.-,1, . •■
-rrpLtf.,ii.thOijjJ\vor'of tiii-j in.^iir ioe io cicu;'-.-
Kii>] nature nro driven from tho hvclv. Sir. p.
(Jar-vr-li, Car.-.well P.O., Ont., write- : " L ii;i\.
tri.vl Parmelee's Pill?, aiui find them nn exco:-
lerii. medicine, aud y.e that, will sell well."
r f.   h 'j   tl 0 R  H gjr
:i  ^.q Free Press Subscribers Who Have Not.Yet
Received the Free Press Premium Barometer
ic r.ianni
iv- :; eel
  .xperience keeps a deai "school: hot
Mrjjohn Shew, the genial landlord | J''!.**., ^'' ' ,;,a'" - -!"■ "'/  °11 "■'''•  ft"'J
■     -       - - scnicc in that:  for it,is true,  we may
.-rive    advice, '  but   -we.   cannot   ghvei
I'oiiduct -Franklin.
of the JRoj-al hotel/,was obliged to
shoot another guest last Tuesday for
complaining of Ihe fare placed before
.him. but he did not shoot to kill.   This     /.reyon n -r.nVnr v.lh .-or-i.-?    If vou ...
is his fifth or sixth within a rear  and   ■',>tllhotl'•■ < i ilo'.Jown/'n Cor.i Cure, "it iu
hi each nnd every "case he has simply   '»'■■■■"'■ ^«i Lt!Jv.-a ..-> fan.
striven to inculcate a moral lesson and
give the guest a chance to mend his
W. ' _   _ il. Quad.
-"icltu-ors, h?;ve„Been .unable to supply instruments'a"i>!cl^ A.
nnd subscribers ,who are cntitlecUct-am! linv'- ,vi
*'ss combination Thcnnomctci-andnfJarometer-- -■
our nt-r-us
fl UK" free r
wait putiently for^a-'week or iw© until a further'sti
J'r.sl aniKiunccmcnts all subscribers who renewed or''sen^hi
-,'. --us belorc, Dec. ..31st were promised prompt- v!ei 1 verv "of
ooiiuitujii  t nen ' "
Iv  ,"m1
•-rculnnalion Thermometer and I3aroincter and this imjiiii^;.
Long before such time
D^lT^E'iT in to iiotisC; ,-;.rv
id ho
•'"I M'ulpiors  iintl  pointers.
lii.iU'iml > is  our   flesh   and
■'"e.s     Ally nobleness  be-
°'"'''. to red no a" man's 'fea-
'"'Miiness   0.- seiUjhaUry, to
1 '"''iu.—Thoroau.
Failure is, in a sense, the highway to success, inusmuch us every
discovery of what is false leads us
"to seek-<>arinestly-after what, is iruci
;i.ind every fresh experience points out
Willie' forni oY error -which we shall
afterward carefully  avoid.—Keats.
A   Jloiwti   ',V:li:')rl   a   i"i:!f"i]o
The  iiiouMi  of   ft hi v.r.i y.   l^;\\
the    tiio- :    retu::i! a', 'e   i.i   ;,I'i    in
world's ij;>-';••: \      .l;.u.:■•;'- i..-.-;) tv.o
moons, a in!  >-j !,.-„i0'. -n, !:,   ■•'.:'   I
ary had ;m;;.'     '!'!,;-.- ;■•'; i	
since the t ;(>:=: j.n of :,;. --.;,;.;
iiceon.ii ir to s :• .- :i•',-■■■ •■■:i i-
same {bin:: m:-.1 ::.,'r i, ■ ■ ■ .- ;i
neriod of •_'..".. '.'.'.iiM.:-!:. \<•,-.•■•
The    sooner  a   man   shuil'es bfY  this
'.mortal      coil     the    sooner     his   coor!
nudities  will   bo recogni/ed.
wa <=
'n full
Mo'oee -, cyl fear cholera or nv s-'ir.imci-i'OTr-
-lal:.! ii ihev ha r ■ :-v boitlo «' !>'•' .l.L\ h'olh.f.^-".-,
-5y~("i.ory s\>uli U rt. ny :ur u- ••, I. i>o.-:. c-:-- all
>norii.x'.-/of tiio I i-wali pruniptL- i :ul or.'-rc; r.
.icaithy f.ii ' nalur' I i.c'.oii, Tli": ;sahiodi'-ii!C
-.ci.-iptod lor Tie .i v.v.ic. ii.d nlil, j\ h aid jv-oi'.
:i:>>' s i-aj>i'.lvl-j. oii.ini: tho n.o.v! p.jpu'.ir ::-.■ !-
•ciiio tor cholera, ('vstnt.'ry. e:c , j:. ihen-.-i-.' tt.
.... . however, it was apparent
/■■•'mi ior nu? instrument would far exceed-the supply and ~,
ii -.rder was innvarded to the manufacturers' lor several thou-
t ) he denvered by-January 15th and"the offer was extended.to
"."U <-.i (he expensive nature of the premium, exreedinn-' 3, "
■•••thai oMcred by, any other paper in America.-the Frr*^
To innke no mistakes is, not  in  the
fiower"   of    any man,  hut  from  their
errors    and    mistakes   the   wise   and
good   learn   wisdom   for
.Long words, like long dresses, frequently hide something wrong ahout
ihe understanding.
Tho  man who   knows   nothing  and
wants   to   find   out everything   is   almost    as    greato  a  bore  as   the  man
the   future.— [who thinks he knows everything and
.insists  upon  telling  it.
1 . * "-1
pen -;-;",'
by lb;-",
u a re
1 \:-A:
; u ^viir.rlrow the-offer on January„3ist, but when "the sh'iument
1 """-1- J^-Avy 1 Sfl-i the Pupply was found to be entirely inadequate
, continuing to pour in
■ ended, to place a further order for several thoiisaiid
:er 11:-.;-,l this last shipment "should be exhausted.
U-d/e llKT-mometer and barometer is-an  arlicle  needed  in   eveiy
in t.»e nomes ol the Canadian Northwest   it  is an  almost  iiidi.-
iou can secure a handsome   instrument of this  kind
o register temperatures and atmospheric chants accurately,'
nd req
f^l^LOO to'the.Free Press, Winnipeg.   This payment entitles
o t'e   H'cexty tree Press for' one year.      Orde
: be!ore supply is exhausted.
;r at once on subjoined *
Mhtl, ^an(wi11 clean a house from
r". mitwim't wa.sh clothos.
■ul   men
are  what  they   jire-
the  milleiiimn   problem
!5'.r..f'1,iiirrh in this F0.-i(on of the
.» ,,i. .H.ier Oi cased put mother,
Our sU-eiifjLh oftpiv increases in proportion] to" ihc obstacles imposed upon- it. 'it is thus \ye enter upon the
most perilous plans after having had
the shame of failing in more simple
'"Wjoiir.-. was supposed lo bo
■ -r.i i,-r,.,n many yoiiru doctors prfc-
;.',"< ,11 (h.-oii.so, aiui pi-oscrihe<l Jecil
,',.'.?. W'-^.-niUy ruling u>euro with
••' ■'..    I'KJiioruic.'d    it    iiminillo.
o(!SS»'   ,'i".i     °-'tarl'h t« ho (icotiai'.ul iu.:-
jw.._i a 1 UTefora rtiQjii.-o-s conbtit jiion-
M$'') r,,niiK Cnturrli Ciifu, inntinfi.c-
V»'. .:.',','''H)yr'' '''"■• '-,,"!'-'d"> Ohio, i«
1 J U '"-"a  etlri' °» Mm mili'l.-i t.     it
,',-"i. ly mchv-o!. rrc.i.i 10 drops to 11
H nuts throot!y on llio flo id m:..:
fC ol the tiystom.    TIut ollor mm
j.,..';'"" '\'ly cadD'h' f.iils to ente.-
"iddlM.  "'//V1*14' •o'-timoiiiidi
B3),'»-'',:I^sSI-N^jA: (J'°-' To,fd°11_?'
■s*^11-11-'fills aro theho.-.'t.
'»terestiiig;-.thing  is   the
ut  love,  unknown  and   unit- may well ..soften some
exterior,  their -may be a
*""g. which,  if we knew it,
•iid    through <us'.a  thrill   of,
/■   Ulaikie.    .■'.  .      .;   '"  ;\   ,\"-'
IM?! l',)l0 ?in«.">f- PftrmGlbohiia^tven-
hhMQl ,° /ruits of-loiifir scioiitilic ro"
PbaSfil,,",wll0",J r<!.-dm of■ inojlicttl,Kcioujio,
fcrhS 1 l "°w nnil viiluablo diHcovorios
SlltfaiW' ln,ow,i to mrin;. For (lotic.il.o nnd
ciM, u"mtt,tuUo"s> -P«rinolooV Pills act
vwwin j akonin small tliisos, tho offoct
Sjiffl"10 ,l"<l ,l stiimilnnl.; mildly oxcitiiifi
0^P|o,H ,,r ^I'o hody,  trivintr tono  and
Why. ;i.rt..thou troubled when
things succeed not. as thou wouldst.
or desirost; for who is lie that hath
all things according to his mind.
•Noithor-i-uor thou, nor any man upon   the  earth .-Thomas  a   itempis.
HMD'S' IMffliT LM'sraaii's Friend:
One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth mere than      HEDUCO I
[ Two ounces of impure soap. EXPENvfE {■
Lite for tho   Octagon Bar.      If   your    g'recor caniict   snpx)lyt   writo in
SEVER  BK0THE2S,' LIMITED,  Toroiito, sending   his  nnmo and address,'
a   trial   camplo  ci    Sunlight Scan   will   bo sonc  yon  froo  cf-cost.
", Mi.mn.'ii'iw  ■ >, 1   .111 iw,,.
Ordur Form.
The Manitoba Free Press Co.? ' '
JVinnij'cg, Man.
Unclosed please find the sum.of One Dollar
(Sr.oo)   for which please   send   me   the TVeckly
l-ree Press for one year and the Free Press com-
nnation  Thermometer, and" "Barometer according
«f':-   to the terms of vouroffcr.
Our lives make a moral 'tradition
for our individual selve. as the life
01' mankind at large makes a moral
■iradition for the raceaind to ha\e
once acted greatly seems a reason
.\vhy„ we, ,sho.(ild always vlje-'nohle.-
Ceorgc Eliot.
'   <* ; "*     ' i  ~~' !     ~ •''/     '.
Thctvi.-.adinoi-oiicoof opinion on most, sii •>■
l.-cts. hnt there let only one opinion ii-? to t.no
rJeltoWlity of jMptl.ior.OravOT' Worm lSilcrnun.
ator.   It is safe, .Miro and ollcctual.
Strnnge it. is, and sacH'"that n. human life should so often miss tlie
one human preciousness-the precious-
ne'ss of Jo.ye, Ayj.th. all the sympathy,
all tlie/'conipiission, 'all. the sustenance' that a.wor.thy love includes.^
Mary. Li.usk ill.      '    :. .-'       ' '
«ic;?  Address.
' J' * T» --;':- •% h"* >P 45 tf* tf* tf* -"f-^ 4* "T* 4* 4* & 4* *|* *f& *ji ^
/  r
(-'Li/i*^tis$~piJ   fCAy
tt.*«t!UAi»fci *Vt!*r* *T\£
ho. who  kno.vys, lyvhe'r.h  Id's
onrls    and ■•'.'his   ignorance
jM11 s^out, girl out riding lira
7lw?v%  ls suggestive of a spring
1 - w
■lilteC'S LMMENTds'usMityriiysicianii ■
PhiladelphiaiXiicpiifei- :. ""J wish''to
ask- a question pertaining' to the
game laws," said the visitor, lo the
queries edit or. .
"Ask'o'n,  niy.'friend.^'.   V[ :'
"When i'k the open -season ,,- for
shooting stars ? "
But before the editor could answer
him. he was gone, '
9 a © © <p o o 0 ® 9 * © ®'©..o eetJtJseefi © o © 4.
o _''■'''
Aslf for Minard's aiul-taKc no Dtlier.
?o* Sale Everywhere
Our  Parlor   Matches.
They produce'a quick LIGHT
without'    any      objectionable
.{'times.      :    :    •:.-.•. -:-. '  *    .    :
1 a    fSa*' a
A «J © S 3> 6 O © © 9«889»»
nler to i.uUice jou tf> try tN'iu M3-i
.jni.-iKetl'i" following imnrtio fi^W,
-t\\ Fas*'*® Gent's Postpaidfifjfi
\\   }'    Sni!ncf9ftrrarrstIn«cloosi-«dlsUCB, feln\y
;|'j;   1    :-.X'J:'mnK:>lHcor.tcn^n"». ".nt.-,"*-        ' . (PS?.-?-:*
L\.»*'\f IBsurU Itlorloui
*       a,  ■   25 peerless ieltt
/     iiisr.'ipnji.iiwpt
0; gorgeonslr'l:i>
j   Imslu'ls of
one tuiuntnps,'   ^ .
nce varieties, w^j-.r«
teorlii, .SyeLra"
0; gorgeonslv licaiitirul flowor eceSt, vf£&j3
:uUr poshi-rely^ furnishitifr' 5**^-"
Oatwidnromusand Sjidtz,onion >[&,-
G^oil at r,0c. a pound, etc., nil for CsAff
,       »(>v!. iu Canadian 6tr.rvina, ^V
N$J}J/J,lrni     _ Aa_£rosse. ^ Wis. pf
To provo to.ycu  thai) .'O-..
Chase's Ointment;isarcbrfuit; '
and absolute 'cuip Jor each
and  every form of itching:,"
bleedingandprofcnidinsp.'Ie*;, ,.
the xnanufacturers have guaranteed ifc. Sad tc;:- "'
timonials in tho daily prcs^iihd Ksk yorir nci^h-- •  :
bora whafc-fchcy think of it,   You can liso it and
gob your money back if nofcou'rcd.iCtte a'-hoicio n -
all dealers or Edmanson,33ati;s & Co.,Toronto,
Ho that' is extravaganta -will soot.:
become poor, and poverty : w-ill,en-"
force dependence-;,.'-. a.nd ,iuy'it e,-corrutv"
tion.—Johnson.   "'.■'."  -"'"'■'-;'-.^ 1<-----.' '.'-0
■-.«.*!?.»».?.. r>A-"I .K-iiid either in i,ho h.miKo,'
1.1-1 i'i.-rj.-.;:','!rdeii winsocuro tho he-A. ra-'aiUs iron
r«.WMV-A4 rwm<«
limited,     HULL
f loin ... m   PERKIHS, Govidsmiin, S20 Market lit
: WiS.NIPEG.   ISO!! Sood Amuifil o-oo.
■ :J -..-.
Thousands TJko Her,, ; Tcna-McLeod.Sov.
ern lU-klfre, writqi:   '' I ovrciiwlv-b't of-graiilu o
Ti'.TOOir. Lhj;ico n, day, or of tenor fifth.
spells i-oadc-r-it. nocei'-;ui-y.':.j'   ,  ,,   ,,-..,
' oc •''<', f-•'■
o$py sosAooo«e@e9(t.')o$e$(i9 9>
Switchmen .JU"'e  paiil   for   sidetracking other  people. . .    ,
Blessed  is thq .man  who can  repeat'
the    ten    commandments    after   .suddenly coming-in contact with  an   icy
W. N. U. No. 368. r. >  ;.  , ��� 'i  f  /  I .  >><   -  .,,v.  is.  j    ���:<,'.  r"********lTi****THII' r 11. UT*  ���azzs-SB-ts  \��hnr ITsMicn* Tri the Count, v lyi-on the  ,     i.cf.toi'3 /Arrive."  >$t.   Joseph's   ppnvent.  ..'Ei.soir,;,. v;  IfaanLng and JDay school  r",f-**--*^">'��**"  aa �� ��  ,  __.  _ M  F  ezsxsasaasacana*  9  I  L-f  ���'-a' due to arrive  -    Tijs slouching group's  o._ jean   clad ! Science  b-Angs, the'uhs-o^ted'.ictivifcy ana" im"- i E" "'��./�� ��d  AGENTS FOP,  .ISoa/d     of   Education   and  !S���,���.^.,     Department.,     I-"ens_o/rton,)   ..  --  .. -Applyto Sister "Superior."    j   K��?T3"AT*C     *>*-    K"T f"f7l5-T r  portan.oo/   tne   .tuT haired   ^��6n |-.^^^^.^..^.^...^^     $  P^aiiU    G&    fcL WJHJL,  -igei_ta_id.be expectant   alertness'of    " ^^2s*s=!^^^^-^-��-. 1    is. ..    ,-. ���    ...../  ���ihe young M-d eunbonneted person;;  -"n tlie farm wagon'ail add to the impression.  Toe station is  much   the   earn  other stations.   Its knife scarred  ���are decorated   with ' campaign   h'fho-1  graphs,,legal notices   and   advertise-'  _nents of nary tobacco.  A platform oi eun warped pleats es-  tends around two side's,  beginning at   Zou ""ill f nd a complete stock of gen-  * ' ' eraVHardr/are' Siiam'sl'fciid'iin-Wi..  I Vauey goal Go's ^are? and make it  L?"5   f,  i   * - .-������>.���"���    * ���   &'  C_     " " "     ;l  Store. i  Paints, C'ii^'GlrfMpetc.' '"  -,v.; ' ���  ������  Iwq steps and a soap box and' terminal  )ng at, the usual "jumping  off"  place.  1   Upon the platform'a   lean   cur  is  ���stretoaed at full length, ' -   " *��� "    ��� '��� ' ; ��� '  '       ������.*"������?  *ho agent, as ia patent to all  obso?-1 ft  vers, possesses leather aiependera njjd I   >' 1$ ���  a thorough and complete acquaintance '  PPIQENIX   .iSSj/RAHOE CO.   of   -London,   England.  piPERIAL iNStJJJANOB 00.   of ^London,    England.  L*j  LI^ElipobL/xdNDO^ & GLOBE XNSUEAlirCE CQ.  S  yEbTi^AssujaA-ffCE'ca'      '' '       "' �����$  BiimsS'AMERICA' ASS.URAKOJ0 CO. fe;  ;dmON':ASSUBANCESQCni:fY qf London, England f  NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO " '"'      "  ���   ^-'V'.Dzfs ��,\n  GUARDIAN U  ATLAS  ," o London, England.-  ^      ' ���  ft'      "' ��<  Jutnevery man, womap; child and dog MOVIE,  < In Gilmer county. " ' ', '  j.. - ��        -  "Yander'sho comes I"   .  The blacksmith across Jho road  ;ea'yesa'hfl!f shod mule and comee to  ibe door of his dingy'shop, wiping his  City   Shaving'"Parlor,   ���SaEBa3S��a^^'ara2S^^  * y^Mr,ig*M*ra*-gju"ij*iM-^^ 1JIJ'W|miw*-iiii-^miM m,,,,,-    Ch.j;{TRAL   HOTEL.  CI.INE, rrop.'  Moyie, B. C.  >-0yjB's LEADING  HOTEL.  grimy hands upon   tho   sides' of  his  -   .leather apron; the young   woinen   in  the muddy wigon remove  their   sun-  oonn'eta and, smooth   rebellious   wispe  .of hair, giggling with excitement.  Tho loafers junip.frorn platform and  barrels, close thc-ir ppoketkni'ves  r,nd  , -     strain their ayes clown the track.  ��� , A rapidly approaching  column qf  ���     emoke is seen around the curve back of  Henderson's woods; ��   small   boy,  far  down the dusty pike,  leans over  the  . dash of his rattling wagon and belabors  his gaunt'horse vrith a stick.  Two short, metallic shrieks thecJan-  '    gor of a bell, and the fast mail whiles  past with a jarring rumble of wheels, a '  streak of varnished woodwork and glittering glass and metal, Jewing beiiind  it a dust filled vacuum.  The blinking   countrymen,  holding  fast to hats, goae alter  its  uuiverju*  rear platform with awe.  .      The brass bound mail pouch hug ties j  through the air, skates along   the  cinders beside the  track  and   brings' up  against the red cattle shoot, where it is,  pounced upon by three small boys.  With it the agent plows across the  dusty road, followed by the crowd ; the  cling clink of the blacksmith is resumed, and ons impression of the  station resolves itself into a vista of  shimmering heat 'waves, whitewash"  and gleaming   rails, and   hot   yellow  "lThe mail has  come.-Ohic^o  2>e   I n^Tl ��l Chan,Pion ColIc^ oi   the  cord. .' &��  Le~| Un]ted States*    Upholstering and gen  eral furniture  repairing.    Office   and  '.CRANBROOK:  *��.-? a  & H    We;* tlie profit lllade in /o _  ��#V    " West Ctals-,.'* ���r,i''r^  -    ^,   "n'.Dil's v\.yp   , -TT"       fj :'-;;  ->".-'��A-r^,^,^_ ^  '.���>-,'*���  ({i-ii-.jM,^,. jr  The best of accommodations  for the iraveling'publici-  . ^r. McMahon, Wgr.  r* iw *^i *----^   BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and'Made to'Order. '  i i  R. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  xVear MLacEachken & Maodokalds  [J  I. O. O. F.  TiTIItl^' Lods,<j;-Xo. 4 1,1  Meets eyery Monday evening in' their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited. -  vl". S. MaoEacherw..    Prakk i>Awm\  j>Toble Grand. Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  2?3"0. -71.  Meets in' McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    members    are:  cordially invited to attend.'  Joh*j Blaokbur-st;'   ,    P. T. SBryTjr  ���Secretary.  British Columbia  Pgraianeuf  President.  J-DiVS AVD SAVIXGS   COMPAUY  ' ,J i  The objects of  the company,  are:    to  afford  a safe   and'v ,  profitable means for the'sav-    ���  ing of small sums by   regular-    '  instalments, as wll as for tlie  investment of small amounts'  of capital at a productive rate  of interest.    To assist  mem-  bers.in building, purchasing,  " or improving homes and clearing-off-existing   ipcumbojv  ances.  *��">"--!<S��iMiiM  i  n  s  Ai  Wi  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday  evening of each  month at  8 o'clock sharp iu the court  SMYTH, ���  Agent, Moyie  CHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  Eunerai Director  and  Emlbalmer.  house.  A. P. Macdonald, Pres.      ���  Andrew Johhstos,   Lewis Thomson,  Vice-Pres. - Sec'y.  ;court mo-vie.  yp. 40G3  Meets ou the last Thurs  dayof each mjntia.     y\  King   breth.ern'Juvited  to attend.  1'arm for Suie.  - - -A 3G0"acre farm  three   miles   from  Moyie for sale.    There is   considerable  land cleared and 'it   is   well   stocked | CranhT-nnlr  with hogs and  poultr,:   For   further' Dr����-fe��  mformation apply at this office.    4-29.  Eia'cyon Hot Ss.rlnys.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America.    Situated   midst   scenery   unrivalled   for  ^raadocv.     THE   HALCYON    HOT  SPRINGS  Sanitarium, Halcyon  Hot (direct ux��  ���)**��ngs,ArroVLakejiB.   C.    Resident      �����.�����,  Physician and nurse;   Routing fishin*** '  and   excursions.      Telegi-aphic    com*  -Punigation   with,  all   parts   of    the  'world.    Two mails, arrive and  depart  daily.    Terms, JjilS  to   -HS  per   wcel'.  according   to   residence   i.n   hotel  or  villas.    Its hatha cure all  nervous and;  muscular d'se^des,    Its waters heal all  kidney,   liver  and   atom itch,   troubles.  The baths and wateisnro an invaluable  remedy for iilver and load   poisoning.  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. ��� Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  b. a  P'    3"$ % S ?^ t t /=5i       >  > -.uuniio  "VKOi.KSAI.1: ASu RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh  -Fish, Game'lana,"Poultry.    We    .  tsupplyS only" the, best.     Your  trade'solicited.''    '  In,   all   the   Principa)  Cities and    Towns   in  British Columbia.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  llBADQlJAItTKRS   T-'OK  Ea.ST    K00TENA*r\  -ait  '   Tho map shows the locution of tho Company'., Coal 1,. \       \*  Wonder.progress and pro*p'eritv,.ASHNOi \   ��   , !*      ^ (htiirci^of  'Metric light.    Stockholder* |WV f^J^fe7^7^ l^"*  ��oned.    -E8tini,aUda8bcteoMhVComn..r,v.     '6 lJf0,,,8)'��    ll,i l,"f-  ^V, men-  nola coal company; l  ��� orL   t  �����w, n^��m T]IE ����������  office and'payroll at ASl^OLA "^ S^^uf ^ " '"**���  >^roa fact, with a c-ipitalizatiou of   $2 000 000 m   If' "? -^ M  ������n-eltorwiiiiaiU'othou-an'd'ton.l,,;',. .     , "��l   0n,y  C:I^ ��  �������^-d'o/iic, -hiehi "^ ^::r^r w.,uixho,n^**u*���  *VOLA.    These facts make it po��iblo f % ^UC:COr^ora!i^" ^ *'^  -^ to Wn adf.���oo U>iu^W aS^   ^   ^ ^  ���'     '    For further information and/prospect apply to tlie  Sfflilkaijieen Talley Coal Co.,-Lid,mwZ\m*1 f  ��� *��� . Hirer v  Winnipcg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  .New York  SCENIC   LINE.  LOWEST RATES.  '      WEST.  , Vancouver  Victoria  'Seattle  Portland  San Frauciico  g. t. McGregor, r. s.  Methodist .Church  ���SERVICES ;  Are held in   Mr, J. C. Drowry's building,  corner  Victoria  and    Tavistock j =  street, each Sabbath' at 7:30 p. m l-ot,   T,rxT���   m ,  ���    Sabbath school .at 3 p. m. PM   ^L0���   C'��    ���  Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.  The puhlic are invited   and   tfill   i)C I  cordially ,ve,con,e ���,  ,^���d   eervicc, ' ffiERQHANT      TAILOR  W. L. SHERIDAN.  Pastor -Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  veescJOBsra  i bas so rDLny things to com-  {mend Jt. Tho top of the  [ action is always closed, the  ! mechanism the most sim-  } Pie, thti finish elerant, the  form nttractivc. ft seems  \ to Jhrow Its bullets a tittle  j more accurately and plant  ] them with slittle more force  |thna any other rifle. For  ! Qeertekea 38-55 or 30-30.  I taO-pngo emaloj!, 800 tlluatra-  J ��Iod��, colontvl cover br Remlnitton.  1 lor 3 ��(��mpo.  bMARUN FiRR Arms Co  I.       ��� HKW HAVKN, OONN,  rt��  t  tlfzslk  Via. Soo Line. .  St.   Paul,   Chicago,   and   all   United  States points.  TOURIST SLEEPER, SERVICE.  EA.ST���Leave ICooteimy Landing Lun-  ding Thursday ancl   Friday for  St.   Paul,   Toronto,    Montreal  Dos ton. *     '  WEST���Leave   Revelstoko   daily  f0r  Vflncouver,    Seattle   nnd     the  CO.lSt.  ;...    HOME "SEEKERS     -  Excursion Ticket, on aaio, wo^bmmd  ivlftrchlst to April SOth.       ,   -,'  ThroughliookitiBs to Europe  via. all AtlkiHie   linos.    prG.   ,  paid tickets   from   all   points  at lowest"rates. ,.  ''or   Ratus,  .Maps,   rime- C'a.-tl��   ti, ���-,. ���  G- ''I'ii'e;', Aijeni, Jv!0vie.  J'SCAI���> '     i^-cW  ^'^���^    ;   .    'vtctc,,.,^.,,,.  Nelson, . ��� ���   ���  H-WJKTH9��Ca4  Ir-rices Given.  and^ Orders  Taken on  H^yery  -���in ihe'  Line at the  The Leading Ladies  and Mens^Furiusher.  Clothing, Boots and Shoes.  A Pull Stock of Miners Supplies  Always on Hand.  I'CaU,-and- Inspect .Our Goods.  r*v^  -V  Hia<  'Vdirr..  >"***,���  ��J  ta ?  ��i  ���a  ���. *+-  .'.--FOR���|  HEAVT TEA^IMGf'  t'flnrn  'f!PLy  M! I |Iff.  wAOtiAOi-!,  ���ALSO���  ���Exra-RPfii ��� an.d  J>Er,TVICKV.R  CiiNHRA]":  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly  Jt makes the bread and cake .always'  light and beautiful, and there is never  :.ejegs.-: ���  With finer food and a saving of  ley^comes the saving of the heaJtJi  of the family, and that is the greatest  economy of all i  Of  no  Jen  fhey'  f'JI^iead  |-;.Sft&dfaii  i     ��te3Wc  r^Sfc hali t  Teas  olore  .MOTT.:?p  .f��ieE.BAK|HG   POWDER'CO..  CHICAGO.  IS?m~Wn"yin��**urcs,,nfl./e i��� imilation ..f  < ii V- aro "'<>" Hio mail..-'. Tl  t '. '���'��"'���*< l"lt ">'.- -Irti- i..t ai,v |��  ��� ><'}j<j Uicy .tonltiJn aliiin, h '..jimMV-  V   >*  i^k


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items