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 7>  _ -iilj.T--".-5S.eU>r  iv    -. r .,.._ .  -_*_.-"s*=i'-"ir  ���" * *���' ft-,"-  _ -_*__,��� l^_F. ���_  r   - ��� - ���.- ^"* -i  ^ _*'  f**jt .S~t   ,    -�� V  >* "* >���������  I-.-'ii^BIiMEB  I fi   I ^  ks! a"   __"?  Iff HH^  4  /   -7  /  j  MOYIE, ,B. C. APRIL 5,  A YEAR  cr./Z'-ffZ''   ^,^/^~,^,^~A^,^>^o.4t ._    __  *^0*.A*^.A*iz��.A<*^ ,*_  ��5��_��<��^��_3i����-�� fc,3v,  .���>__>_�����''*_��" .^sr *_*__  LOCAL    MEWS.  East  lit. invejl- r;,^  '1 13 to '0 fei&'V-f  -ii per cent  102, and to'  '���!,' '-lock-..  ��0 lo^.3r  li moudi.  complet-  iing col-  tbe com*  ��� will bo"  THE LOT OPPOSITE OUR STORE  '' i '  ���>��� ii -,  ' , -     ' , '      ,  And a greater discovery has been made by,   ,  everyone when they come to buy and find  prices so ��� low.  ;e goods to Sell and w? Intend to Sell  *     ,,,'-' '  -If^fou-TV-Anl io get   tlio   most   for   your     ���; ,  money spend some of ��he time you, bave  .0 inuch to dispose of now in " <  3  f  ootenay Gains  a Member.  ELECTOBAL   DISTBICTS  Moyie, Cranbrook,  Marysville and Kimberley are  .  in   the  Cranbrook'  District/1' ��� ���' -  ���COMPANY'S  And we wiil sbow,yoo' tbe surplus^ stock  , < i - ���  wo want to sell.     ',  _sS;__2:^:i__4_2_iJ  mrMiMUE-raww  _SE  ��4NiOIAN;��� BANK .OF'.COMMBRCJ  i^Pald Up clapi-al ;;$8,6-'0,O0O.  lraasv-0T'  V?5  '^"j*��-  4.':  Cor\ cati' {  ��^v��i'fflO|iaBRJI��CH.  ply as \MiSM  da.  HUBERT HAINES. MGR  V  ->  'A.  m  n  ���N. A.'MacE-BNZIB,  Proprietor.  for the  .masses.; Everythih^ First  ry-   respect.    Sample Rooms  for  Commercial Men. ''������; '  : ' ���-, British Columbia.  ^l^'^^^-^^^l^^^^^^^^^d^dSiL^^l^Z^t _��__-��-___L\  ���_*gi---_r_Wg -^_8��>-<*J!*-��je_fr <-^?p^-~o|iTi��-��^3i>-^-Pfc^��C^ "������*������"-"*   mm    H1TI   mi-  tiFJH   "���'   nrfci-      ���_-���    ��� v____M_cv__ i  . -."�����."S<s.>  ���;-'.V  Httaao  nKSAUi-Nri-KT-jrios,  je-roj'S.  Large- sample- room" in'/connection ,  with house for, commercial men.2 Beat^ ,  of accommodations. ,  Ka^Squarters for Commenciai and  Mining P��1eri;        ' ,  ��� i  SWI-, ��� ,     ��� ���       . 3I0YIE,  li. C.     .  ya��g��ri.^u>S-_.^iB��^->-St>:^g��.^*x*^a��_a�� =��_��>.��-�����    _o_��_Si-��_s!��> ��-��>%a>?i_��l  m  es  ra  Eft-  :��_  33  f��  m  of our Teas and we think  you will  lo other.  we foeg-ari business we have made a  Lftlty.of goo(J Tea, but we'tfe never sold  fer Tea than we are selling just now.  icustomers are not only satisfied with  iey're pleased with it and they simply  |tgo else when good Tea is needed.  .ie blends we sell me:': ��� :WmSOQW &  fead packets and 31b tins.  BLUE RIB-  a pure Ceylon Tea;   put up also in  iad packets; considered by some a  family Tea. Special price on 51b lots,  By the passing,of tlie  redistribution  bill lbs iliitiic.   i;t  En-1- l-uol.n.iy  is  divided into" tliroe, elec'tori.d  (li.stricts.  Tliey will be known as tlie Cranbrook,  Fernie aud Columbia electoral districts.  Accordiug to thc act  the Columhia  Electoial District  shall  comprise all  that portion' of  the district of  East  Kootenay which lies to tbe north" of a  line commencing at tbe intersction of  the eajjtern  boun_la_y  of  tha district  with Kanaoa.kis Pae.;  thecce southwesterly aloBgVhe centre of said  pass  and the centre of the Palhser river  to  the Kootenay river to "its junction  at  Canal flat with the canal-leading  to  upper Columbia    lake},   thence   due  west to the western  boundary of ��� the  said East Kootenay district, aud   shall  constitute one electoral district, to be  designated      "Columbia-     Electoral  District}"    and    shall .   return     one  member.  ���The Cranbrook ��� Electoral District  shall comprise that tract of land con-  tain/ned within the following boundaries, viz:.���Commencing at'a point on  the eastern boundary of the province,  where said boundary intersects "with  Ivanauaskis Pass; tlience,, south-westerly along the eastern 'boundary of  Columbia electoral district to the  south'west corner  of Columbia' elec-  1 r  toral district; thence  southerly   along  the eastern  boundary  of   Ivaslo  and'  Ymir  electoral  districts   to  the   ���_9th  parallel; thence  due east  along  said  parallel to the Kootenay river;  thence  north following the Kootenay river   to  the mouth of Bull river; thence following Bull  river  northerly   to its _. head  waters; thence northerly   on    a   right  line to the  point cf co_t.mencer.tent,  shall cou.Vilu:��� one   electoral  district,  to be designated "Cranbrook Electoral  District,'5 and shall return ono member.  The Fernie   Electoral   district   shall  comprise that tract of land   contained  within the following boundaries, viz :���  Commencing at a point in the Kootenay river where it intersects   the  49th  parallel;    thence northerly, ��� following  the Kootenay river to its junction with  the   Palliser  river:   thence   following  (the  Palliser 'river  co   its   intersection  j with   the   eastern   boundary   of   the  province at-Kauanaski.  Pass;  thenco  following the eastern bouudar/* of  the  province southerly to  its  interc&ction  with the _9th parallel; thence west  to  the   point   of   commencement,'   shall  constitute One electoral district,  to  be  designated "Fernie "Electoral Dis. 1 let,"  and shall return oue member. ���  Mioh.iei Nugent is rebuilding.  D. J. Elmer i. staying in Fernie  temporarily.  ���>��� Frank I)_nby returned home several  rlny. i~Ao from his visit to the east.  'Mr. and Mrs. Win. Eakin expect  loon lo leave for Hillyard, Wash.    ,.  F. J. Mc"Malion was cin Elko the  first of the week.  A. T. Clark-was over from hit- farm  yesterday. He says he has radishes  and letuce ready for the market.  Chas. Audley left this week for  Seattle.  Chas.   Carl.on   has  returned    from  "iillYC'r-'sy.  j. Ii. Jlawke was Ir.msacling l��u.i-  ni'.-- in Klko, .Marysville ami Fort  Steele this week.  Lots on -Victoria street on easy payments. ��� See D. J-. Elmer.  II. \V. Johnston of tlie "Mo_\ic Lumber Co., is traveling through the North-  weal Territories, lie will go as far  .a'st au X.egina��  L "S. T���.te h.is returnevl to Fairbault,  Minnesota.  VPaul Jensen was on the sick list  this week; but is now, much improved  in health.    ..     ' , "  Constable Drummond was,, down to  Ferine on business a portion of the  week. > '  The planer afc the Moyie Lumber  Co.'s mill was started lastMonday and  is now running steadily.  Mr. and Mrs. True have purchased  the Lindsay residence and are now occupying k. Mr. True ia engaged as  chet at,the, Kooteuoy.'   .  ' A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.  MacKenzie' Sunday morning, March  23rd. l  Miss Gladys Butler was at Nelson  this week attending the teachers'  institute. , m  Miss Soper is visiting in Kimberley.  ' Ifc is reported that -Vic D-'saiila.er ,  one of the popular proprietors of the  Central hotslj was marrird in the ea_t  this week..  In less than*six weeks from the time  Michael Nugent was burned out he re-  'coived his insurance money from the,  Canadian- Fire Assurance Compauy.  Lewis Thomson is the local agent. '  W. G. JBfttem-i,, who owns a ranch  South of town, came up this-week  from Elko, where he ,'ias had a eon-  tr.ict on the new line nf  railway.    Mr.  0  Simon   Guggenheim  Gives His Views.  HE OUT TO 10W  Head of American Smelting,  and   Eeiining   Go-   Is  ���  v    Optimistic and Gives  His Eeasons,  Denver, April 2-~r(I believe that the  coming l'l months will -me a gre it improvement in (.he nun-hot prh-e and  d.ni'iml for it'll the metals in which  Colorado is 'interested," saul Simon  Guggenheim today." '  :  Mr, Guggenheim, who is chairman  of, the executive committee' of the  directors "of- thc. American Smelting  and Refining company, ������ reached .this  ci'y yesterday, He will make a tour  of all the smelters jn Colorado and will  then go to Utah to see tbe new- smelter there.  ���'The outlook for'silver, 1 think,,has  improved, 'because the prospect ��� of  passing the Philippine coinagd bill is  good. The measure will , provide 'a  new mar.ket for the metal and will, I  think, materially' affect 'the ' price.  Just what'price may be reached I am  not prepared to say. ���  "The lead situation is more favorable.  This is caused by prosperity all over  the country. The farmers are painting their'houses and that means the  consumption of an0 immense amount  i of .oatl used m making white lead.  Then the great amount of construction  work which is being dons all over the  country will require a corresponding  amount of lead pipe. I believe that  the market for "that, metal will be  much improved.  I'-cl-nic -Itinera IJuion.  ' James Wilks returned to Nelson on  Monday after a most successful visit at  Fernie, says the Free Press. He was  here at the invitation of the Fernie  "timer's union to address a meeting on  th. objects of ;rades unionism and its  to working men. The meet-  ing was held in Joyce's hall en Saturday evening and wns so largely attended that many had "to stand.    Much en-  GENERAL   NEWS  NOTES.  The Center  Star  h_s discontinued  shipping.  The monthly profit oi the Le Hoi -la  $45,000.  It is   said    that   the   Crow's   Nest  Branch'of  the,   Great   Norl hern "will'  reach Elko within sixty davs.  '/ " i  Joseph Ity an, representing the Vul- -'  can .Smelling Co.,  of   San   Francisco,,  has oflered to construct a 50-ton, smelter  at  Sandon   for   the' reduction   of."  silver-lead ores.  Provincial premiers will not bo-  allowed to witness the coronation, Sir-  Wilfrid L^urier being the only repre-  sentatiya of Canada to enjoy this-  honor. Tho provincial premier will  be "-imply shown the sights.-''  Mr. Hull says thut the Sullivan,   St.  Eugene and North SLar  mines   are' &���  trio of great   lead   producers   and* if  they are each operated up to anywhere  ne.ir the limit of  their' capacity  they'  should be able to produce   more  thai.    ���  sufJi-ient ,ore 'to   keep   the   Sulliva  smelter and the Sullivan lead refinery  in opeiation the year round.  The dj nanio and other electric ap-  pliunces lor the . Payne has arrived.  The plant will be put in at the mill  and run by water power. When installed it will furnish light lor 'the',  mill, offices, bunk houses and mine>  aaJ'posver for ihe electric drills!  ORANSROOK    ITEMS'.  Cranbrook Herald: ,    ',  Messrs. Tron ancl Boyhton,' trietfibef.1  of the Wisconsin syndicate that se'-'  sured the leases on Perry creek las.  fall,' are arranging for extensive o'pefd-"  tions this summer. They propose' tc  commence  work at   once   and*, Toff}  Bateman says he was "quite  successful   benelits  ���,/'_h his contract.  lvhe editor of .he Loader is carrying  .. beautiful black eye on 'account of  coming in too close cantact with a  windlass crank while working on Lamb  creeli.    This explanation may   not  be  satisfactory with some,   but   ii  is   the kmion    pre.id.d.    Sov.   Mr.    Holford,  correct-one, just the same. !->as.or  of   The   Bapii.t   church,   also  thus'iasm wns evinced and tho meeting  was n hearty one throughout. John  Hescott, president of tlie Fernie Miners'  J. F. Armstrong was he're last Wednesday and took evidence in the investigation of the recent fires iu Moyie.  No evidence was produced incriminating any certain person or persons, so  the matter is likely to be allowed lo  drop.  ��� Iu l-it-incad iu -lluiysvillo.  Marysville Tribune: Mrs. J. M.  Lindsay and Miss Daisy Jaquish have  leased ihe restaurant and rooms of  Hand'"-}' -t Wolfe and wil: havecnarge  of t bo pis co hereafter. Mr. iVyaiu  will be in charge of flic business,  special price  tliis is tlie Tea -W-e re^omiiiend to  wanting:.specially.good Tea; a little  -v in price, bat cke^poi1'-in.,,the ...end.  " pound tins oiiiy." ���   :':'���';��� ^vvv.' /"'>���  eas t we handle G-UHPOWDER and  lored Japans. ;    ;  i,Cl>.-  v n'l -^^A-.-  nrl'^C.,V^;  lcr*fnt>m  i- m  METAL   MARKET,  New YohiC���T?ar silver,   5,')J   cents.  Load,!"-1.12,!.    Coj.p-c,  .-{"12.20.  London���Load, Xl.l, 7a.   0d.  Cronin Uack Kx-ous J2a_t.  James Cronin, manager of tlio St.  Eugene mine, returned from Ottawa  last Tuesday; where   he   went   a   few!  wccUsago   as   a   delegate   irom    lho | C'^monio.   won-   coniauod.    At   :h.  Associated Boards of Trade along with ! ll,rC0 inc,'til1^    the;c   W;l��   ��   total   of  spoke, expressing   himself   in   accord  with the objects of'the meeting.   -%  The primary objucc of the meeting  was to revive interest hi the miners'  union and in this it, fulriMed its object  completly asfcat ihe conclusion 117  candidates were im'ti.itud. It, ' was  found that Joyce's hail was too small  to aceomod.i-e all the minors and Mr.  Trite, placed Princess hall at their  disposal for meeting on Sunday afternoon and evs-uing wbon tin- initation  c  C!. O. Buchanan and W.   H.  Aldridge.  Mr. Cronin cays that   when   tho   com  mittv-e reached Ottawa the budget was I  'airc-dy prepared   aud   they   wore   too j  j Into to   accomplish   mr.eh   j;ocd    this  .session.    However tiie niumbej. oi tho!  117.1v*y<m Hot C.'irVisr..  The most, complete health resort on  Hit-continent of North Aniurica.' Sit-  ua''>d ini-i.st f.cm.rfy ��� uurivv.lled fi>r  irr.,;i,huT.     THE   L'AiCVOM    HOT  Halcyon   IL:i  i <  U'ovoinmeut realized   tlie   ucccssitv  of: ���  eurt.linjr.juch measure;, no   tlio   corn-1 01lUll,siast!'-- 3>1 lh��� oH-,ni,i,ition  milriOTo^io.','d and th.'y promised lo,''"tCm} t0 milkl  ���gin- ihe nia-U-r llioi--   hi-?,,-,   cmi.j,/eja ! Ul�� a,s'nct  li.,,* "J-, j    rn I*,, ,1 ��� <  ,-   ' till   ilv'._l   IiK-i Hi)-;   tl  !i(in      aios-ia.    Lsiu'h'uiiin     ami     Al-,  ll.!.'   ,'  ml*  .nil!  ;,,   , I,,.���..'..-.   ..: ! di-'.0^..!<\s  IO  I'll   I' )!!('( illlo'i   I  I  ���..<*  SlMthNdS  Sanif'iiiiirr.  o7 Ovindid.ite * ]uineo or were reinstated bringing the total in.nnbt-r.ship up  io thc vicinity of -10'J. Th.- mombyrs  of tho union ������.��f ninoh gralifiod as (he  result of tho me.ling* and jiusM-d o  vote of   iii nl* iu  r-.Ii-.   Wd.Vs   foi  become      very  nnd  tl"    h.iniii-f   "n.i  Stnps   will  ht*   tnk'Mi  ���ll  till- q'lot.l  Roberts has gone there to commence'  the sinking of 3 shaft just below tlicf  fad's. Thoy will put in a saw mill;  aud were in Cranbraok Tuesady fof  the purpose oi looking up a plant.  Frank Ball, a bralcemau working for  Conductor Cavin, met with'his deatl-  near Erickson on the west end.' When,  the train arrived at Creston, Ball was  not to be found, and the engine was  detatched and run back in serch of  the'hissing man. Hi^'remain*, were  found on the track horribly multilatej;  and it was evident that lie had fallen  between the cars and had been run  over by most of the train. The cause  of tho disaster is not known, but it is  supposed that. Ball get sleepy while  sitting on the end'of one of the dump  cars, and was thrown off.  .Robert   Shore,   who   has   had   the  boarding house at   fche Fernie-mines,'  had an altercation with   his, wife   last'  week that resulted m hard   blows  and  complete prostration  on   th'e   part  of  the .vile.    So bad was she Unit she was  brought to Cranbrook where  her  con-"  dit-ion continued to grow   worse   until"  death finally   followed.    The   husbincV  had   been   arrested   en    the     charge-"  of assault, but was being held ppuding  the result, of the \vonian-\ illness,  and  after hor  death    he   was   brought   to  Crai.biiook by ' Constable   Barnes.'   A  post.mortem examination was held by  Dre.   King   and   Dougherty,  who  decided that   Ihc    worn .in   came   to   her  death by natural  causes.    This's-V-d,  Shores from the charge of murder, but  he will be prb.ocuted on the charge of  iiss-tult.  visit.  T  it >  Ihvc  -.�����-_���._  Hm Go.il K^cltemcn..  iNfoyic hail a re;il genuine (ilaccrgold  exciienient t.his  week.    \V.   It.   Htono  was grading !:is iui,  ulik-h   hi   on   the  ma-oi --iivpt nr-io"-ir.e Ueid, Cuitiijiieil A  ,.   j Co.'s tlorp;  v, hen   .-lori-V-on.*-- s'i"t'ttitiPr*  111^1, , J    Vi -1      *��� �� *" ' ���  tn.it ho  wash   a    nan    of   tl  io   graytd.  'I his  was   dime,   with   ihe   tr suit   tl.-a'.  .several nico. coir;:* of g"Id woe?   .'n.ind'  ���'.'.on-idor.ibl'-    dirt,   ����������.    w.^i,  in L- .'.no ip-  h.;V ^ aie still in ihoeast working  on  nn- .n.'itlor,  springs, Arrow Luke, f*.   '.'.    l.osi.loul !     -A|i;- Cronin aiiys there   is  absolutely  physician and nurse, '' Boating lishiug j no troth in tlio re]-oi-D that the Goodor-  aml. .excursions.    .Telsgraphic   com-1 ham-BluckstccK     syndicate     is .no-! biy  mnnication   with   all. parts   of    the j gotiad.ng for tbe ..purchase of the Trail  world.' Two mails arrive and, depart j sin .Her.' ��� ���-.  daily.   Terms, ^15 to   $18  per  week;    Mv Cronin; says it is impossible  lo  according   to   residence   in: liotel ..or.! te-! J"^(in l-3e St. Eugene mine will ro-  villas.   Its baths curem,l' nervous ami ,'| ''linie operations,    The prjee of lead is |    They. Imvs .some'50,000" ties' to  take  muscular diseases.' Its waters heal all; lover than it   was   one, mon th   ago,} out.    It. will take several  nionth  A   11/ ;   f s.j <.'<..u r.,c.| .  Park, Mitchell A-    <V.   arc    ai-.kiuj;i&  l prop'-raltou-. fur   taking   out   ti^s  along thi-:   lino   of7 railway   south   of  Moyie lake,   Two large tents  arrived?  ; thi-i week for their use  and   they   will  'give employment to 'about   75   men.  �����������.���,   ���  mo".- v.--'io:\s ������,���"���.*  lor.r.d,  SUll! -''-li!  '���MI.'.Ill i'tc.-', to    t'';:  bls'th.-r i*r..>s���;.:|]n^ j,-, ]  liom-, atwi il may yot In.  I hut, i.h'\ i'c'_ irre')!-'",  old.  iV.I.*-  1111.  <! i  aro  "d    and  n-..t    in  "1    p,.y  'kvlj     to    la;  :   ilisoovfi-ed  !��:ivcil   with  Jiiclnby,"liver aud  stomach   troubles, j 'nerofore the prospects of opening, up  The baths and waters are an.invaluahJerim! nofc asljngbt as they'were at  that  remedy for silver and lead  poisoning,!  time  to  complete the contract;   This, will add  greatly to Moyie's payroll  during  the  summer.  West .Co-turnip Won at X'ootlmll.  The.football game whicli was played  at Nelson last Monday between a team  picked from Easl Kootenay and oho  'Irom West /Kootenay resulted in a  victory for the West -Kootenay team,.  The score was 14 to 4, Amongst tho,^  from East Kootenay who played wi'iH  Messrs. Beale, Moffatt and Nation '  Moyio and 0. M. Ed .yard's of Ejiro,  ol \  g^g��Jraillril,-VTMnMk'U-lll_^XgJuU4ji)AtMA^  I  HAUL  .... i ^imar-i-fniwjjg^  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  JB". J. SMYTH & CO.,  Publishers  Oae Year.  B_T��S OF SUBSCRIPT--.;.  SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1902.  | NOTICE. ,  Take aotl-e that I have applied to the chief  commissioner of  l��ads and  u-orks> Vic(  a. L   for �� special .icea.e to cut and cany away  timber on me following described vacaatCrown  lands in the southern division of the East Kootenay  district, B,  c.   Commencing at   a [post  marked Vic Desaulnier planted on   the   cast,  side of Irishman creek on the north side of the  railroad track, running 40 chains   west: thence  following the creek ICO chains' south; thence 40  chains east; thence 160 chairs north to'place of  ?2.00|jCe<SmenCment,eOUtainillS 610 aeres��  'nore or  Dsted Jan. 1,1902.      VICTOR DZSACJLNIJEI,  Asthnialene Brings Instant Belief and Perma  nent Cure in all Cases.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FEEE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL  1    ' i  WHITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY- *  NOTICE.  It is pleasing to notice tbe revival of I commSde- oT^T T"ed t0 the ChIef  fails  - - - I *-oi""ssJone. 01 lands  and   works,   Victoria,  There is nothing like Asthmalene.  It brings instant relief,, even in the  worst cases.    It cures  when all else  Buy Your Drugs at  operations at Marysville.  James "Wilk's work at Fernie re-  , Gently surely demonstrates that he , is  an organizer of moie than  ability.  average  B, C., for a special license 7to cut and enrrv  away timber on the following described 'vacant  Crown lands in the southern division of the  r��_l Kootenay district. B. C. Commenesng at  11 post planted about.'one mile and one half on  thcea-tside of Tochty along north 'side- of the  British Columbia Southern railway track on  which poast is marked ... Cahill, running cn.t  Thel-iiv. 0. P. WELLS, of Villa  Ridge, 111., says : "Your trial bottle of  Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot tell yow how thankful  I feel for (be good derived from it. I  was a-.slave, chained with putrid   sores  less.  >*-_"  .��.�����  ���   When   the  next    election    comes  around there is one reform that we ".'intend _ to insist on having  incorporated' Daicd Jan. 2,1002  in whatever platform we vote, says the  Sandon Paystreak.     That is  to have  tbe  legislative   reporta    made ,' more  comprehensive.    As now issued   they  are  altogether, unsatisfactory.     Take  the recent reports) for instance. ���' Thev  100chains; thence south -10.chainS; thence;wc_t   (h���at .indjAslhma  for   ten   year*.    I  2rs2^^rr.!sdto,^!rf^w",�� cure��; * ���"  y��ur advertisement'for the cure'of this  L. CAHILL.  3���39.  NOTICE.  are nothing but staid, prosy, records of post' on rb0- *-v*'s! si-Am  the votes aud proceeding. ' Tfi,i ki.d   S, %���-SS"S  ol a report is  no  good. ��� Tliey should  give the  rounds  and, furnish   kiueli-  scope    illustrations.     When    Curtis  reaches,, for Martin's juglar or  Mc-  Bridegets   a   jab   in   the  slats,   the  official   stenographer   should   give   a  nice Police "Gazette style of description  with instantaneous   photographs.    A  Take iioliec that I have applied lo the chief  commissioner of lauds and works,' Victoria,  B. C, for a special iieeusc tofcut and carry auij  timber on the follo*'_ng - described' vacant  Crown lands in the _ou.li.rii division, of ihe  .East Kootenay cllhtri. t.jj. 1.. Commencing at a  f J post, on tbo.w.*:*! sul. ,_/ .Galbruith'B   ranch,  of railroad track, which  ward Iiestiiiinier, running li-O chain, west; thence 40 chains south-  thfin-__CU.bnins_.sr,ihcuco -10 chains north  to place oi commencement, containing CIO  acres, more or less. ED W Alll) D12SA ULNIER  Dated Jan. ... 1002. , .J_���0"-  dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you Had overspoken  yourselves, but resolved to give it a  trial, To my astonishment, tbe trial  acted like a charm. Send'me a full-  size bottle."  Hev.'Dr. J-forris Wechsler,'" ,  Rabbi of the Cong.    Bnai Israel.  N.w Yorkj J��n. 3,1001. , ,  Dr . Taft Pros'. Mbdici.ve Co.,  Gentlemen :   Your Aeihmaleco is nn  excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay  Fever, and [its  composition   alleviates  all troubles which  combine   with   As-  Its success is astonishing' and  NOTICE. '.  Tukc'notiec that I have.applied to the Chief tbma.    ^Vi  commissioner of lands' and works,   Victoria, wonderful.  B. C.,fora special license to cut and carry away . .,      .  picture of  r��unsmuir" thh" T^n^-I, m^atheio^^s dosoribodyacaut Crow'nl    .   Alter liavmg it carefully  analyzed,  wo^ca A Estate  that Asthmalene  con-  picture or -.uuanimr,  tho   Japanese lands in the southern division of the East tains no opium; morphine, chloroform or Pfi,pr   V*��� #;-���,    AbLnmaiene con  fih-mninn.  h.n^l,���   '-.���������   ..-.,        Kootenay district,' Lv 0.   Commencing   at a '          ��           .' .""^"""^cmoroloim or ether.   \ ery truly yours,  post marked O. Desaulnier planted  about oue '               '"'      "                ' R^V  "ni?-  Champion; hanging   onto   tbe   ropes  while '.Cap'.   Tatlow   lambasted    him  below the belt, or Billy Mclmii. upper'-  'Cutting for Bob Green's jaw is what tbe  .bublic would like to 8ee on' the front  , page of the Assembly papers., It would  add a sort of dignity  td   the proceed-  Jngs and show that the legislators  are  doing what they can .to make  things  lively.  and one half miles east of Tochty oii the north  side of the Canadian Pacific railway, Kuuning  west 100 chains; thence south-io chains; thence  east 160 chains: thence north 40.chains back to  plaoe ox commencement, containing' s_0 acres,  more or less., O. DESAULNIER.  Dated Jan. 2,1902, .x__gg  Call early and got;, better choice.    Do not overlook tho f,ict tint  we carry Hair Brushes,  Cloth   Brushes,  Military hair  brush.'-  .n-ade-with geuuine bristles ami with ebony, wood/or ivorv b-u-1--'  ..  ;t  Al STEPHENSEN, Proprietor.  Miners   headquarters.     Good-, accommo.l.uiou.   for  traveler..c   B._t  'liquors and cigars kopt in stock, '     u     ���  Lake Shore Addition MOYIE, 3  ?��  Oft  ="���=?�� iVV  .-.  1   c Maii-Vain Msla.  - _, H. can explain the wifeless telegraph sycteiii tb". hi. wife^and his  fetters conie b'apl. tb hiiii for b_..er  ' directions. .���.''���  ,, -, He'manifests scofti of royalty^and  joins the cfov/d that follows a visiting  nobleman.  ; He pays $0 to see two cheap prize  fighters maul each othei��� and whips  his son for fighting with another boy  at school. ,��  -. He laughs at the green goods , jokes  iin the papers���arid forgets about the  .time he sent money to 2">0-per cent  Miller.  < -He explains just how to settle the  'differences between England and the  .Transvaal���aud goes to law with his  neighbor over, a line fence.  . He derides woman for her frequent  changes of fashion���and 'gives his  overcoat away because it is not full  enough in the back.  He sneers at  faith   cure���and   tries  , .all ihe hair tonics that are.recomended  io him,���Baltimore American.  Notice to Deleuquent' Co-Owner.  To Otto P; Johnson, or to any'-aersoii or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests iu .the .May Flower mineral claim,  situate ab'OUt Are miies.nortb. of Fort Steele iu  tlie Fort Steele -lining Division of the district  ofEaetKoctenay.'B, C;, and recorded in the  recorder's office of the Fort Steele ilining  Division! ,. < ��� ���*-  You; and each of you; aro hereby notified that  I have expended one.huadred aud ten dollars in  labor and improvements.upon.the. above .men-  tioned minerar_clai_. iu order , to  hol'd  said  mineral  claim under the provisions   of  the  mineral act and if within ninety days from"the  date of this notice you fail or refuse, to contribute your proportion of _uch expenditures together with- aii costs' of odvertising-, your interests in said claim will become the propertv  of th> sub subscriber under section -i of iin act  entitled "an act to amend .the  Mineral Act  -f?00-" VV__. GALLUP.  Duted at Moyie, B. C, this 8th. dav of Jan. 1902.  --39���3m.  o. f. Desaulnier  DEALER  I  " < Useful to Kno-ir.  ��� When mixing mustard for table use,  use .milk instead of water, and. half a  ���tea.spoonful of salt. It may then be  ���used tb the last without ,becornin_;  hard, says the Philadelphia Times.  ���^ To render shoes waterproof warm a  -I'ttle bedsv/a:: and mutton suet, until  <i�� is liquid and rub soine of it ..Lightly  -pver the edges of thc coles, where the.  stitches are,  - If the white:, of. eggs froth .lowly  when beating dust in a dash of '.alt. .  ��� It cop.per,or brass is very  dirty   put  ��� some fine salt on a board, dip into it a  ���cut lemon.and rub the metal with it.  ���The strong acid will remove the worct  stain.  A Vow -'Chats."  '    Tennyson could take a com para tivly  worthless scrap of paper,.write a poem  on it, and make it worth ��5000���That's  genius,  Vanderbilt cr.n write a few words on  ���ft sheet of- paper  and  make  it worth  -15100,000,000.���That's capital.  .  A mechanic can take   taw  material  "worth "1)5, and carve  it   up into ornament!, worth $500.���That's .kill,     .   ���_  Your wife can buy   a cloak   for JjifG  but preferc one at Si50.��� That's natural.  f\-   We can write  our check  for !ji300,-  '000, but-the  bank .won't   cash it.���  That's rough. '   r.  pe,oMpt. delivery.  REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLER.    ��� '  r.    m      ���_��'     .- Avo�� Sphlvos,. K YtiTeb. 1.1901  Dr., Taft Bhob. Msdicine Co.   " ' ���  Gentlemen;   I write this testimonial from a senae-of duty, liavJnir 'tested  the wonderful efiect of your Asthmalene, for  the cure* of  aalhma!   My ^  has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past'12 years. . Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others,  I   chanced   to   see   your  sign  upon your Windows'on 130th street, New York, I at  once obtained!*, bottle of  Asthmalene.   My wife commended taking it about  the first of November '  I  very soon noticed a radical improvement.   After using one  bottle her asthma  has disappeared arid she is entirely free from all symptoms.    I feel that I 'can  consistently recommend the medicine to all who are.-dieted- with   this dis-  tressing disease.   Your, respectfully, ^ ' 0. D. PHELPStfM. D.  ,   .,  Dn. TAft BBb^icLvB, Co\~~^��~"       ' , FeK5,mL '  Gentlemen:   I was troubledrwith'  asthma, for   22   yea...  :I have-tried  InTlTf ^ e3;'Ki tu*h8y,have>1! faIled' * ran acr033 V��� advertisement  and started with a trial bottle. I foundrelief at once r have since pur-,  chased your full sf_ed bottle, and I am ever grateful. I, .h'ave' fumilv" of Tour  children, and for six years was unable lo wOrkj t'ani now ."the b'eat o  health and am doing business everyday. This testimony you can make such  use of us you see fit. Home addres, 235 Hivington street: S: rIphAEL;  "' - ��� .67. East 129th st., "flow" York City!,  TR!Al_ BOTTLE 8E_NT   ABSOLUTELY [FREE   ON  RECEIPT  ,    OF^ROSTALj  Do not delay.    Write,at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS,' MEDICINE  CO., 7-"East;-130th St..N. Y. City "  SOLD BY ALL DRUGq-ISTS.  2rrEDER$TA*DVtRn3STlSRER ,Q CO  er leer, Porter and  eer Always on Hand.  auality not excelled in the country., Try it and  _s be convinced.  VnS  ^In^Hbtel is New and well furiiislied.  The  Tables, are .Supplied witH the Best ;the ,  Market affords., The Bar is Filled with J  m  .  par  iWl'l  frwi-i  the Best Brands or Liquors and Gigars. J j��|  ^rcJYi__;  ,0 -  t   --  Queens' Ave.     1VEOYIE  ,      Cruel XJdltor. 7  '';*���'"Is there any way in'-which I can  : ever reach the   top   of -the'. ladder?"  asked tlie discouraged poet. '������'-.       .'���(  ''One!" responded the great editor,  "Tell me, quick 1"  l''V'"''Chahge your occupation from bard  j;o hcJlca.ricr."  Brest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.'  W. A. Prest:,   ,  Photographer,  Cr.il.broolf,    Moyie,    Fort Stool...  V/iil Visit Moyie on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  Ha.rvey    &   ikbOarter-  FORT STEELE, B. C  Harvey, McCarter & AloximdeT.  ' FERNIEiB. C.  Barristers ^Solicitors.  W. Y. aXJRD  babristj-k' 5ociciToii, __ic  CRANBROOlt,  i ii   fnuni-ii   I'liiaiiiiiMnV  BEALE. & ELWELL,  HEADQUARf EF.S  FOR COMMERCIAL  '.   ,..      AND MINING; MEN'5' .,.  llltiTisH COLUMItt.l  jn^ r,'-'. ,.^ _- ,-��� ....-A-.i^v-v.,.,,,.,  11*11 M) _1_Bt_-_M  .   .    -..' -        '     '.'   .  AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL.  8100.000.  DEALERS  Mining Stools.  66  CRANBROOK.  LEWIS THOMSON,  hO   YEARS'  $&Wf EXPERIENCE  Moyie,  TrAde Marks  Designs-  .... .    .      CopVrights &c.  Anrono sending A Bkotch nnd -.scrlpMcm ma-? ���  quickly a.certnln our opinion freo -.vl)ether an r  h-onflAn' 1b nrnhflhlff nntnn.nlilrt;1     V-v.���.1^ ,  lhventltm Is probably patentable;. COrti^unlcii.  tlo^s/trictlyeonadoiiUal.-HnndBaol: on J-'atents  aent-froe. Oldest aiffltSiy-for .ecuriiip-patents.  Patent....talten .th.outrh Munn & Co. receive  aent-froe. cTldSst agois"y"'fof-ccurhi^pateuTs!  Patents.taken th.oui.li Munn & "  special notice, without cbarce, In tbo  tic  A handsomely Illustrated weokly,   I.nredst clr,  CuJatlou of any Bdentlflo Journal    Terms -3n  MUNN & C0.��B,-e��iid*"yi New Yorlr  Daily market prices  by  wire  from Spokane."  .  '.'      -  r-.-; '-..'--. -       -       .- ,   ,v  -_%-ne__pg-MWL-1 Jk-Kcwerjcapsjrrf jrim" Kajijij c* L-HJL.,^___saBMTr��^T1' nyi' f  Notary Puj3lic, Aucouir-  a^-JT, Co:j;iik.s;c:j a*sd  I-JSi/jvA-io: Agkijt,  E. A. ���ELTONi  ..Coramioaid'n * and   iDsuranc  '���Igent;   :; ^ ' '  NEW  YOI^LIFE,  ���;-.-.' L-ONDON AND LANCASHIRE. ���'"  PHCENIX OF BROOKLYN'  Insurance Co.'s  Fort Steele,  Orders 'Solicited.  Soda Water and, Sypheus,, MOYIE- LEADER^  MO? I*  13.    C.  1  tbat  rk_.  ;j;;: o> ~i  -ir'ri.'.fs"  HT YOUTH. ���   '  Wat .".'of Api>r��cl-  L:-.!i<--'*rt'-  Ind," explain-  A w W ir;-'os I  (1 I)?  ,im" fin!''1 7  "Jail nv -needed fl dpvf  ,,) for work we  |,!1,,!'J".,"iiu:'ii''ii. i" I"' denied  ��� work,  nnd   we  ,  T-ll  J   l-i.'l Iv.  ,,.,!  In1 :iIJ'Iii'"  l)���. v.i[ii:ili"li.  i-lj   li'  *"'' ,    _  oon  learn   what  was  .   ���������iiiil'l  f liim.  11 r'ni .*-.���*���  N'u'.v, (here irf oue thing  ".,,iv.'.-i on.  and  that if'  en), which  is as near  AND  kt Weather  cause the Colds 'h,_ cause  Pneomonia 'and  tion, ....  ,r_. 4 iss/V^C  iiiri _ij_ti_<i __J  ^on..urnp-  ���9  :ii'  -i'  I ,liiJ  in  !;. it. So the  ���ii(.;i lie 'darted to work  i���',.i wliat ��a�� expected o.  I".".',,( Ihc mii*1 "I's"' lunv t0 turn  l".Jii if he .-I"'"'11 happen to dis-  ."f.lrl'lo 1-c a fiic  v iirst nitfht that the chap was  wns .'i f-.'iK-inl alarm ttirn-  liall-v were soon filled wilh  in  nil  hinds  of  dizzy  at>  tlii, '".���.' engines foiiinienced to  h1  ll.irt  Cons  s  imption  i ihf  In i>  iii'i  ti-fit  ;_t  wine.  1 t<> i!i.- uproar.  '"h,'i.! ;i perfectly lovely time  il.I"oy.'d ��'���-'�� ani' "omen, hut  . of liny tu'L' could we find: bo  ,,; ;i,,- ilit-iu and con vim-ins the  'I,:I jTii'.v '''< rc not needed I start-'  ['I'-Mi^ivinii to discover who had  I, ju^siliirni. Filially I found n  *[ i,.i mi id that he had seen the  (. r mm in ihe alarm, and Istart-  :1 liim 'villi hlJi'iddn'iliy eye. But  i .��� in the li.-xi-v" und I had about  ,! iliiit In',had lied for his life  l(. <-;i:i:c ill. nnd cheerfully on-  i! nl  ilu-  lire  didn't   amount  to  %A  cures the cold, heals the  lungs and makes you well,  S HIL 0 H cures Consumption  and all Lung., and Throat  Troubles j and Coughs and  Colds in a day. ' Positively  guaranteed.   25 cents.   .   . ,  Write to S. C. Wsi.rs & Co., Toronto,  Can.' for-a free trial bottle.  "Karl's Clover Root Tea Cures Headache  Ac |ia\i  dull i,-,m  tin- TAin-ai  radical el'  .aid   to   ,  Ply    i. nd  C01.'IUli4       '  lnui-hi-ts  pori  ol' |  wIhm'i  V.IH.AT.  (������ P.n\ers   nre   out  -.'������i..!'-;,'     looking    for  ". e   (iinl'-i sLuifl  thill  :li  being tuk'-n  lo  ��� motlici- week  hmVg  prices  of  i i'i  ,  ii.I  'J'' '     'Jh(-/*.< is still uo  '**��.<-','-   II,   Ih,;  i-" <-. i .'ii.  ���'I'iiiaiid  situation ii, ro-  '.-"'  iJi-osper-tiw  faup.  <-u   pi ospects  for  1".     but  t)  t,     .���" sl'<t*-.: Jurk   tlx  J'"";- <���<>���' ore we;(J:en(.d ,jy  'S<,"J<" <wu. ';,���(;ll..,'"C'1  h'^��".r, prices  is  ,'-n,r||   ,'iV i-r.if;..    -iliOilt   fil 1  ;,'i'    ;,''.u Jinirs    and   from  'o,-   i-.vn   ; e,4r   olds.  ii-u-  is   no- mo .uncut   al  bi.frhcis     un-     .supplied  IlI'Ii .on.  f-P-'i-'ulative  sup-  ache    ]  nc_n_-_-^^  SPECIAL,  fe'OTICE.  i  lied, 'did you turn  Savo yorr old Jlubbc-r' Boots and all your  Si-rat* Brass, Copper, and Iron and 5011 will  get tholiighe'.t piioc for s'niefrom.  .,    ,   '���     "3. SHSL&GGE,  Cor. Princess and Sutherland, "Af.nr.ipcy  ��� rdlt'i-.' lie nnswcr'-il.    'I ti.rn-  ,',' ,-z prion est I smv the eujine  iu-re   wns   110   fire   here,   you  he answered calmly. Ml  and  * not,  here about a mile.'  u luii   in   ihe  inline  of   heaven  vou  to  lurn   in  an   alarm?"   1  V   -.*ii'd lie iiiiioeenlly.'"I ,,thmiKlit  n ,��� I me i" ---.iki- nil the folks up  ., ';!il -jo to the lire.'  I,;>\.' Hii-'i'iir inner now, an,il thai  l',\;  nn  :!,-  farm   where   litt  be-  ���Salzer'n iUpe  fcrlvea Rich,  rrreen  food at  FARM  SPELTZ���  Wli_tl.lt!  Ot-U.ff  -l ..".ll  Vr  ess.  S+H-3  die prape lias m'.re sugar jn il 111:11-  iy, other fruit, ne.-nly liftet-n parts if  hundred heiii:: s-,;u:'.r. The pinfli  _s least, onlv 1''^ nerVenl.  ,1,000,000 Customers  r-roaileit r��cord of any i-co-emm on e��rth,  ind yet w�� are reaching out for morn.' we  lo-lro, br Juljr in, SOO^OO more p_troJ_i and  lence thfi tinprecejicnKxi offer.  $10 WORTH FOR 15c  Wsvrlll raa-llnpon receipt of lSo Imttunpa  ourRT��*t cnlnloEue, Avorth SlOO.OOi  to any wide awake fanner or (fardener,  L   top.ther with many Farm Seed ��ampls��  '   pofeltlveljr worth 110.00 to (jet a irtart  '   with,upon receipt of bat lCcta.  _*ln Oi-m-dlnn ttarope.,  '���reuse  I'l'oui tin  that,   as  A ;l.'����1Jc seaboni-d, shV.v 1  tJl"    Dl-i.-r.    .1! ,    "    *- '''���.*->  vaiita.,   '   ,    "   '  J .^.v  to  iU.-e ad-  W'     Oi      1},^      siLuatM.n  "c..i.sf. their s_i.]j]jf.s      ������  i.^'a.'^vr-i;'''v"'''-'*''1''-���  - --��vs:=s  dull,  day j  induei  and in-  'letting go on ih. pan  and  '���'d souii  Oj        Ijll'.r.i f....,.,-,  ��-o.i*.id��������,.: "h/"!'1 ^^;^' took  -J-Ju-i-e has    lot      ^ at the decliBe-  (]..,.      ���      , '���������,"*'��� "'"'K iiffo,  until Fri-  (1;i.V    a    dechn,.-    cf i/.c- *0 '������'<��� v  is  :,.     ,. '-* ���'"'' *" >nrtner/i   (J7i/,  ;       .scon- at Fort   Wjllium,  Port   \r.  I    .r or U.iliuh, M(l[.cil deli',.^.1 ^r  ?^   ' ITP ':>  St��*'���. ?*/*: and  i''.i:j'--  --'i I     ,'S'  '��� '���' <>   ii  '''' '���'J ii,-    market  ! ' '    PO',1,-]   ;,���  '���'in! ,n  is steud;  choice packing- i  "!'��� nuiipi'f,.  .-  at  10''S  IT  ,-  'Olio  TR0(]R  M.\Ki:s  LJFI0 A  KfJUI.CK  OF  '     -STANT MJKKJIV.  [ V  cox-  ll.e Sufierer is Constantly Tired and  J'.-Iire.s5.i-d, Will Startle- 'at the  Wigheest .Noise, and Is Easily Jr-  n titled.  i" -Northern,  00c  CUU.Vmv     WHEAT��� Tlir.  ���'���id     roads   have  ci'"li\ei-i?.K  to  and  ers  Pleana  nend thti 7  adr. with  lie for above.  IS ��-_*. *arlli.t  T��%��to-  M. ���twU.tl.O-.  CataloR:  alone, 7c  Bend at ouce.  I'l-ifes     i-HnjiP  bushel  for  best  ;ic l'uhlislier of (he lies I  Fanner's  h- in   the  Mnritiine  Provinces    in  tiiifi  Jo u.s sln'es :        *��� <��� ���*  jvould say   that  1   do  not  ,know  medi-ini'    lhat  has    stood   the.,  [of  time   like    MINAHH'S    T^INr-'  II    has   been    an    un failing,  jtl.v }v  our household ever    since  reiiieinlii'P, and has outlivecl  is of -wonld-he roiupetilors and  It ions. ' '  sl.t  a.  odour from  burning leather  is  jhlei-cd a  protection     against ,in-  )tis   disease.        During   the   pre-  ?)cc   of cholera in   Vienna,  years  no     shoemaker  was  attacked.  pre\<Mited it by burning scraps  ���ather  in their houses.  MINARD'S LMIMEHT Itt tlie H0QS8.  King or Siam owns an army  ?s of 500.. elephants, all ' well  iw-d for iniljtnry     purposes,    and  coiruiuind of a general.  wlU'tel  . Thomas Ballard. Ryraens-o, Jf.V , writes :  i.ivo I'v'on afflicted for nearly a. year with  ���'st-n.-lXMlreiiclcs-l disonso. dyspepsia,nnd  ni'is worn out with pain and want of sleep,  Lifter tryiiiq- almost everything rr.cOin-  "'''1,, I ti-ji-il ono box of J'armolee's \rOfe-  il'ilN. 1 nm now nearly well, nnd bolie��-o  ,*.m11 cure mo I would not be without  iloruuy money."  "vvHien an-animal is all run down,s  has a'rough coat.ancl'atiglithitie,,  anyone knows that bis bloodis out  of order. To keep an nniuial economically- he must be in good health.  "���'. -DICK'S ' '���  BLOOD PURJFJER  is a necessity where the best resuHs  from feeding would be obtained.  It tones up the system, rids the  stomach of bots, wonus and other  parasites'that suck the life blood  away.   ���  Nothing like Dick's powder for  a ��� run down  horse.  50 cents a package.  Leeming, Miles & Co., Agents,  nONTRl:AL.  ���\Vrilc for Kook oil Cattle and Itowes free.  ie     sloriii  .stopi>ed  fanu-  .,.��� ������,        ,.   , '��-"K��'eat e.vient and  ^���p not,- a light inoyei.���.Jlt, this \vee|:.  from    ;-)5     \A) W)c ]j(,y  r . wheat, to  iVu-m.-rs.  I-.verpool Prices.-No. 1 nonlUra  spnng wheat sold at' Liverpool on  Saturday ,u, f;s id.   ,  hT.OUK'-Standard brands are as fol-  been pretty slendy as regards ,,,-ic^s  mi- some lime, but the monotony bus  now !,P,.��� brokon. and w��� no(o'u do-  eline of r>c per sack this week.  Standard brands now  lows : OgiJvi-.'.v.  Sl.O.I ])t.r sack  Patent,  Si."-:.!.'  itobii. Sl.^O; Imperial.XXXX,-,SV20  '��� MILJ.F.EEJ)���Uivvii,, in hulk, pf.r ton  Sl-l.oO; shorts, $10.oO. Delivered in  bags,  the prices nre  _> 1 .r,<j hi'gh.r.  GRO'llXD' FEED-Ont chop' is quoi,  ed    at   -;'27 jier ton  delivered   io   the  rule as fol-  ITtingarian Patent,  of "J.S lbs.; Olenora  Alberta,   Sl .fiU;' I\I_n-  Ih Paris the cab-driver'is prohil>-  ited', by the authorities /rom smoking'''when driving through the,.streets.  ni.itciu-v. iVU. used in the Uirit-  Sni.ndom  than   in  any   other  one  ���ry     in  tin- world,    H   has   been.  ���at'-d th.n j;,a-li.sh people use an  '    of eiglit   matches each  per-  )-r dav.  IRD'S IIKIMEHT. LTimtKiJoan-s "rileii-I-  ���'���iv.i     there is   an.orchid,   the  iiviiophylhun, all the flowers of  "[���en   at    once,  as  if  by' the  ' oi .i  fairy wand, and'they .al-  u it her together.  _T  'ERIFICAIMv  NEEDED- AT, HOME  EVERYBODY'-IN.. OSHAWA 3i3 FAM-  , li-TATl  W1TII THIS CASE.  ���riMires ��ii' Opinion regnrdin& the pop-  l.'-rn 'I and cxtiinml remtHly, Dr. Tliomas'  ic 0.1���'lo not, so far an known, esiit  tim.i'ij- n poiitlvo and concurrent tha'  i-'ic!"   ri>lii,vi,!H    pliysical    pain, , cure  ', flirt',  jii-.T ;ri  M.'i   ���,,  Siiutii iiv  a ooiikIi, i'i an excellent rouu-d  '���unidtio coniplnints, nnd il hn  ��� i.ther uuphiasant clfccl v.hcv  ' "'uin '22 millions of tons of  "���" will lie moved from J.ake  '"' ports this year.,  |>C  ljinor.'f.iU;irrh in Oils reel ion of the  "���'ii "ll oilier rli out...-, put lofvM-her,  ' Hi'-.la*-.. I.wyoars was sin>i>osod to bo  ���   i in'.! Kroai. many year:, doetoi'.'* pro-  fe_H_.  mm  �� it n lw:i,ldi.-oaM5,iiiul prej.-ribed local  ?.:,,'';"' h*. ��o��=-t~">tly fain'm,'to euro with  _��i'.itmont, pioiiouncwl it fe.i-ural l.i.  3 mi': pi oven catarrh t.��� ))0n Cr,n**Jilr.( ion-  ���--**'., anU I leri-foro rotniire.-' coudlituti' n-  '?V -Ijlla fiitarrli C.nc-, mai.uhic  vr./,, .V1"'.,,0>" '���'��� ����-. ''"oledo, Ohio, i-  t r"-"'*''-"; 'oiial cure m, tho marlrct. Jt  '���'inlcniaUy intloMjsl  'mil.     Hnclsdirwi.1  ,f-��r.'iCO..of thosyr-lc.  '"pilars lor any _n-  .Toe Browii's Wonderful  Escape from  ' Heath'   is' now   an    Old  and  oft  Told  Story  to  thc Feople  Of His  own Town.o -  IU U*-oi>'< lo a  (lie I'lood ti;,(i  rn.    'J'hfy v)!t'er ono  ��� ������      , --.-..   ���- e. it  fails  to euie.  ,i circiilai'.iand toMlmoniahi  I',,.J. C1-113,NISY vt CO., Toledo, O  ,U'rn->eij-|,s, 7.^0.  '  3*aniuy I'if  Mils aro tho host.'  liiii  ���h  li'.V laborer of Brescia while  an   V0l .discovered    in  its'  u���.-.large' black  pearl'v'. which  ���oen  purchased  by,a Mi  ����i   CI, 500.  lanvjew-  Wi  m  2>nii  is inclined to lead  a fast  should [lead  it .to".tho nearest  !'*��, post and tie it.  m  Mi  'll  &A%  Metropolitan' Police  br. Tion-  >ok  after .^,200 miles  of i-oads  pieets.  - thousand  in novels'  pd last year;  five     hundred  and  were-published   in  ,O.shawn. Out., March 2.V-(Special)  ���While interest in Joe Brown's case  has been revived by the recent publication of the facts in so ninny  papers. Oslinwa people are well acquainted with the whole circumstance. Mr. Brown's fal her-in-luw,  Mr. John Allin, whose place of business is right, in the centre of the  town, has. however, had.to answer  ninny questions recently, but. us he  was very close fo Mr. .Brown during  lhe whole of his painful experiences  in '1)7 and '"IS, be finds this an easy  matter.  Mr, Allin ,is quite as enthusiastic  as Mr. Brown himself, and never  tires telling the. story of how Dodd's  Kidney Piilo conquered disease, and  saved Mr. Brown's life,    lie says :  "We -didn't think he would ever  live through i(, ltfl alone gel strong  and able to work, but the pill.s made,  him all right and well''in a'short,  time, 7 and the~best. of if. all is' that  I'hc cure bus sfooV the test,, of time.  It, must, be three and a. half years  since and as you know he's strong  and .hearty to-day and has ..been ever  since 'Dod'd's Kidney Pills sent him  ��� back  to.the shop."  There arc .many o.Lhers in town  who have recently 'been reminded 'of'  this wonderful cure of a seemingly  hopeless case who find-no trouble iu  calling, up the Tacts, and none are  slow to give all .the credit to Dodd sr  Kidney Pills.    ��� ' ,    -,.   -  trade; barley chop.' $22 p.-r ton:  mivild barley and oats, $2o [iei* ton:  oil cake, $27 per ton.  . OATJi���There are plenty of, oars  coming io meet all demands and  prices are steady at last week's  iv.nge. Iteports from Quebec, where  most of the surplus of wesum oafs  is being' shipped say that thr market, there is easier. ' Seed oai.-, .ire  being freely em-'uired for but so i\w  there has ben very little acUial buying done. Sellers are asking 4o to  50c per bus. for seed oats; .'Sf> to .'}(k-  bushel for feed grades in car lots on  irack in Winnipeg. Prices being paid  to farmers at country points for ,Yo  2 white oats range around 2S lo  file.  Brandon  rate of freight.  BAKLEY���Tliere , is but very little  doing in barley here. The market is  firmer and we quote now, .17c to -'1,8c  per bushel of 4S pounds for feed  grades, and 40c per bushel for malting,  on track in Winnipeg.  TJAY���The market for hay is dead  Offerings    are     large    and owing to  poor  roads,  .etc.,   there..ijs_J_uu  little  demand. The, general idea of thc  value'is S_."30 per ton for fresh baled on track. Loose hay is woi th  about the same as baled.  DRESSED MEATS���Beef is very  firm owing to prevailing scarcity of  cattle. Wo quote : Beef, city dressed, 7 io Sc per pound; country. %c  ainder these prices; veal, 8 to .)c:  mutton, Sc; lambs,'Sc; hogs. 7'Vc.  - POULTKY���Demand is good, and  all offerings are readily taken by  dealers at figures we give. * Quotations are: Fresh killed chickens. 11  to 12t,_c per pound, delivered here;  ducks and geese, .10 to lie; and turkeys,' 12Vo to lie.  ' BUTTEli-Crcamery- Winnipeg buyers ar,o paying 21 to 26c per lb. net  for  their supplies  at present.  BUTTER ��� Dairy'������ Dealers say  they have never known .butter to he  so 'scarce as it is at present. That  is good butter. Inferior grades tire  not wanted and no interest, is being  Inken  in  them. Wholesale deaieis  arc paying 20c per pound, commission basis, for line butter in tubs,  bricks or prints; 1G to 17c for ordin-  nrv qualities. Seconds are only  worth 10 to "12c per pound, and  some of the receipts do not bring  that, much."  OIT".ESI.���Jobbers are .-.idling ll'i  to 12',.'.<��� per pound for chee-e.  Stocks "now m hand are irom Ontario.  F.dCJK���-Quotations are still in Du-  neighborhood of 121/_c. per do/en for  fresh candled eggs, commission ba*-'*-.  here. Dealees    are    advising    thi'if  country customers not to pay nioro  than 10c. per dozen for ege,*-- -i'  country points.  POTATOES��� Farmers'   loads,   ile-  livvred in -Winnipeg,   are worth  20 l"  :V0c per bushel. ,     V ' ;  HIDES���No. 1   inspected hides, O1 |0  ''   lb. ���delivered, in  Winnipeg;'No- ���-���,  No.    3,    I'/ic:   1-vips and  calyis,  1 here is no.ldrture more acute and  intolerable than nervousness. A ner-  ������ou.s person is ,in a .state of constant  ni-itation by day and .sleejilusstiess by  night." The suflerer starts at every  noise; ii, oj.pre.ssed by a feeling tha't  something ix\\;i,il is going to happen;  is shaky, fj.-j.ress.ud, and although in  a constantly, exhausted slab;, is unable to sit or lie .still.  U" you are nervous or worrii'd, or  sutTer from,.a coinbination of langour  and constant in-itniioii, you ne<-d a  i.ei-vb foofl and nerve tonic, and In- ''  Williams' ['ink I-'ilks are absoluudx  the oest thing in the -world for voii.  .ion will find after taking them 'that  vour l.-elim-s of ui,.Jre;..*-i and worry  are beini? rapidly ropla'-ed 'b\-  sti-i-ngth, euniid.-ne.- and a .'.-eling  that you are on the road to full and  complete health and strength. r,ot  lid of your nervousness in tiie only  jiossible \va"y���by building up *-l rong."  stead,-,   nervt-s.  Miss   ina   Doncr-t.   Bat hursi.   \.   J",..  M**'g'a?-S55--5-^5-ai_-gBaB-E-_-8^  I 60X_0_ISri_A_X_ _E3IOXJS_E_ MONTREAL  I  t  "3  -i  DEPARTMENTAL STORE  nm  WITH   ILLUSTRATIONS  OF  E��EB�� Ffi��ySEHOLH REQUISITE  TO   -A-lSr-^-   ADDRESS  ,  SAMPLES'     ,   ,  'Of  NEW SPRING GOODS sent as often as desired,  and Special Attention given to Mail Orders.  *IEHt��   MORGAN A- 'e0.?   ^^^TEE^Ln  ���>irW5-gOTgE3��ejg_8_aa_a8BB--M^^  ade(|u.itely  is  l"> t)US  iloin- in  wa  feel thai  saved my  n:y experienre  says ; "Words fail me to  express what I owe lo Ur. Williams'  Pink PUl-i.r I was at^ack.-d by la  !_rip[i.'.the niler L-ne'cts of which'took  I iie lonn. oi' nervous 'exhaustion, rl be  k-.i-t noise .would .siardo me ,uul J  wouM tremble for som.- lime ,1 iiM-d  ^(.���veial medicines, but (bey .did, not  help me and a.s time went on d  -rowing worse and was so n  lh.it J wa.s afraid 1o remain  a room r .slept badly af night anil  would frequently awake with a start  thit would- compel me to scream.  The I rouble told on ino io snob an  exi.Mii, i hat my friends leaved for my  rcco*.er\ . At  this   tune   my  ' ai.ni  urge-! me to try Dr." Williams' l'i>'lk  Pills, aud a.'tc-r usi.ug eight l.o\es I  com j do I..'ly restored lo-he.iLth. J  Dr. Williiujis' Pink Pills  ���life, aud 1. sincerely hop-;  will benefit some other  suiferer." ��� . .-. '  These' pills never' fail to restore  health and stiength in eases Bl-e the  above They make new, rich blood,  wit.li every dose, strengthen tbe  nerves and "thus drive disease fi om  the system. Dr. Williams', Pink Pills  are a certain euro for rheum.it i nn.  sciatica, partial paralysis. St, " ;tns  dance, indigestion, kiduev and-liver  troubles, and the'ailments thnt make  the lives of so many women a source  of constant misery. Bright 'eyes,  rosy cheeks, and an elastic step is  cerrain to lollow a fair use of this  medicine. Be sure thai the full r-nme  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills "or Pale  People," is on every box ;;ou buy.  Ail others are initiations. If you do  not find these pills at your dialers'  thoy will be sent post paid at 50  cents a box or six boxes for ---'2..10 by  addressing the Dr. Williams Medicine  Co..   Brockville,   Ont.  faiak14 al>l #-&ri^&4 -   owls /?*cc*i/ /mMjJ^  tU a<r&M/ <UL>ds fAi/ jitf-v-?- JuLfV-o' <1&?ug  j..' jfi.  P.O  '    ", PAGE mTAL GATES^^^^-lvT^  ^~T~r   . . ���    , no one cr.a airoi-ti  :T"-X7 ��� - "���oiis.fiJ-'OOv.cuoa'*-,.    j-.i-r-hi. runt yet sfcrons oj-oueIi to su  -I-r'.-i-c   P0"11' nsavy manon.tJie end win In he swiugs afbuxid tj  "���"���  *~   circlo -viMiout cr._.si_r; tbi-m to f_��s.     _.'li_y _re neitt in  et rickety,  totjeopen-  metal gate  .���.    . irnamental  r.cttir.g, NaiisaM Staple-. The Pair- Wire Fence Co..Limited. Walkervilie, Ont. 1  <.". POSS, General Agents, Box  633,  Winnipeg, Man.  TDK CAUSE OF 3T/1CCOUGTI. v,  llutough is due to the spasmodic  ooatraction of the, diaphragm.' Tliis  is tin: result of the irritation of the  ends of the jihrinic  trie ner\cs in thy stomach acting re-  JlexI,v .upon tin*- diaphragm. The  ej-citing condition of ihe nerves can  be overcome by a simple pressure of  the index finger .fust above lhe upper  entl of the stermum.  ' . A _.OXG 'SILEXCIil.  'A woman named iMario Eska has  just died .at Spring Valley, in the!  Sta*e of New" York, who for .thirty  ���tnd pn'eumogas- j years lived with her husband'without exchanging a single word with  him. This long silence was the re-'  suit of a vow voluntarily taken.  ITAIR CROWTII  A  man's  hair, allowed, to grow  to  ils     extreme     length,   rarely exceeds  12 or  I.  inches.'while that   of a wo  man will grow in rare instances to  70 or To inches, though the average  does not exceed 2o to .'30 inches.  FREE TO "\IOTID-HS ONLY.  To every mother of young children  who will send us her name and address plainly wriltcn on a postal  card, we will send free of all charge  a valuable little book on the care of  infants and young children. This  book has been jnejiared by a physician who has made the ailment? of  little  ones   a  life study. With   the  book we.   will -send a  free sample of  Baby's   Own   Tablels-tbe best   medicine iu   the' woi Id  for  the minor ailments of infants and young children  .iU en i i on   tbe  name of  this   paper  am  address     The   Dr.' William's   Medicim  Co..   Brockville.  Out.  Asir for Mg-fs 8Ed M. no otter-  - Scotland   has  l''V5  parishes  without  [���aujiei-.s,   j.oor rates, or public'-houses.  F.'C-ic,��� Out.���None but tho.-e who Jtavo be-  onuio rap-ffod ont know wbut n de,.r.>sed, miser-  iible fouling it is.   A I strongi-h is sono, and  The7-?" never was, and never -vrill be, a  aaiv-rsal panacea, in one remedy, for all iil.  to which "flush is heir���tho very nature of  many curatives being such that wcr. the  -jorms of other and differently seated dis-  3.1.-03 rooted in the system of tho patient���  tvhat would relieve one ill in turn would ag-  jT-.iVstte the other. We have, however, in  fjivnine "Wine, wheii obtainable in a Bound,  anadulterat'id state, a remedy fo_ many and  t^i-ievous iLs. By its gradual and judicious  use the frailest systems are led into conva-  le.ceuee atid strength by the hi_Lu.ncc which  Quinine exerts i.n nature's own restoratives.  ��t relieves the drooping spirits or those witli  who^i a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of inl_>-_-tm life i_ a di"-tase;  and, by tranquilizing ; ho nerves, di.poses to  sound and refreshing sleep���impart .vigor  to the action of the blood, which, being  stiniulatedj courses throughout tha vein:?,  .trengthemng the healthy animal functions  ot the.system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tho digestive organs,which  naturally aemp.ncl "ncr_a.cd substance���re-  i-tilt. improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public their  sirperior Quinine Wine at thc ti-tial rate, and,  sanges by the opinion of scientist-, thus  win. _pprc.-cl-.e_ neare.: nerfeetion of any in  the ;t:.irl:ct.    A'i ��� ���������--���' -i-= r-l! ::.  A church ir. Seidlitz, in Bohemia,  contains a chandelier made of human  bones.  Tbe Prussian prayer-book* enjoins  that, the whole of ihe ser\ u'e, including the sermon, shall not last abote  one hour.  Morbid   Pnrisinno.  A quantity of jewels and trinkets  wliieh had played important parts in  murders and other crimes were sold at  auction by the police 'authorities- of  Pat-is the other clay. Most of the articles brought prices far above their in-  jriu^ie value, their worth being enhanced in the eyes of the morbid be-  _.i!i*-e ot the grewsoino associations eon-  iieoi-d witli theni. Those \vhieli were  biota! -.tallied tvere in yre.it demand.  in-*; heahh and ftronptli. jMaiulinke.iiiKl dan-  'iClion aro two of the articles entering into tho  composition of Parmelee's Pills.  Asparagus    is     one   ,of    the   most,  wholesome   of   vegetables.   It   comes,  earlv  in. the spring,  and a  bed bnce  established will last 20 years.  Y-_. (v,*ipo head) bas an advantago over ot-i>3-  ?os p powders, inasmuch us it acts as a disin-  feccant.  Eat     whole  wheaten  bread  if  you  desire to keep your teeth.  cokl '���'Vcno-k is =oon subdued, tightuc&s oitlis  ci*ic5fc f- relievd, even tlio worst case of cou-  -���.iinrs-.-n is rclieveci. while'in rcec't eases it  m;ly'^ c.-iidnever to,tail. II is arac-aicuie pro-  pa-"a i'-om the activo principles or virtue" c-f  seve-.il medicinal herbs, and can be depeuvk1.!  upon for all pulmonary complaint..  "'"    TOWERS AS CEMT-TERIES.  The     "lowers   of silence"   are  two.  tall     towers used   by  the Parsees  as  cemeteries.     They    never   bury their  dead, but leave the body exposed on  the top of one of  these towers until ,  the    sun and the rain ancl thc fowls  of the air liave cleaned the bones  of  all flesh.   Then the bones are collected and.placed in the other tower.  DR. A. W.'CHASE'S Qg  OURS  HIKA.RD*S LIMITiIEKT is _.;d liy mysicians.  per  5T'c;  same    price;  The right use of air, water, fasting and exercise, will cure nearly  every disease known to man or woman.  de.si.kins.,,   25  borsehulcs.  oOc  fo  Sl.  WOOL���Market  nominal.  ,  TALLOW���The  local  price  low is 4-Va'to' 5c per pound.  lo    -10c:  lal-  DLUAP.I.M PAVEMENTS.  The experience in Edinburgh is  Hint woollen pavenienls. even when  made from thr creosote-hearing Australian I'arrab wotid. last, on busy  streets, but ten years, while '������runile  blocks, if reset once or I wive, will  last   (hirtv  years.  Acrosa Sllierlnu  The distance from Vladivostok to St.  I'e.er'-.b.irg i_ l'>,d77 miles, and the fare  i*-: t-'l-1".!"). A "train de luxe" is run ev-  e;*y (en days, with sleeping and restati-  r,:nl cars. As the railroad across Si  I.v'ri.i is not yet complete several litin-  ili'i'tl miies are covered by lake and rives sU'.-iinern.          kv  ^\:^>^j?.  is sent direct to tha di.p.-iscd  psrts by the Improved IlJoiv or.  Ifc.ils the ulcers, clears the air  pa-,s.v:2S, sto;:--. thoppincs ::i tho  throat ?uri pernn.n;:ulv cir:*a  C.-'.:'ir. h and l-i.-.y J'cv��r. "i-lowoc  All d'"i'cr-.. or l">r. l\ VV. Cb"!  cc..cr.. _-���.  Toroat. __,. J_._;.Jo  LIVE, STOCK.  ' .CATTLE���Beef     cattle     nre  scarce     and     butchers cannot  enough to supply  their wan'  view-     of    this fact prices  advanced     VA     Ufis   'week,    aua  quote,. . now  fo,r best,  pound.      Froni 4.  to  Aielhiiseleh was fori una t e I'nouirh  to have 'lived, before pa lent medicines .were, .invented.     ... ���,   ' '���  It wns an Irish jihilosopher ;who  .sa.id.7 " Idbuiess- clothes a man with  nakedness."  Woro  tlio   nine.  The great wi-iler of military songs  w.is looking for inspiration.  "And you say that six of your sous  were the bltieV" he interrogated as be  h.-ilted at the door of a shanly. "Were  tliey cavalry or infantryV"   .'   .,'  ".\nyflier, sor," responded the proud  mother.    "They wor poiaeemin.".  Santa   Barbara,   in   California,   is   a  sweet   burg.      Two   hundred   cars   ol"  honey    are    shipped    out   of   it   o\'ory  year.  TIOIfAL TRUST mi  LIMITED.  Ofi_ce and Safe Deposit Fault.  823 & 325 MAIN ST,  WINNIPEG,  Oapital���$1,000,000.     Ele--erve. P27C ftXi  Au_horized to act rj_ Ex-'cutor, Ao  B_inii_itr��.tor, Trustee, Receiver, (Am*  dian. Committee of Lunatfc. Liqu---  &tor.   General  Agent,   etc.  Accepted by the, Courts aa n'Tr-ist  Co. for the Provinces of, Ontario.  Quebec and Manitoba.        .  'jf  ^____raa__!:��__  _i___tr-__���r.TV>  ha>-'  very  riire  In  lieen  we  ,,er  4J?  rf.  ^-. ������  X,.  Ono washing with Sunli-ht Sonp will produco  purer linen.i!'in twov/asiuiigs with' impure soap.  ,-*��� co  HEBtJCS  ^�� <�� 51> ���_�� *y  ejer.sr��sKr-*l  Ss.s.St'.-  will'ho:  hy Lir^"?. BS0XIO-R8 LIIIITSD, .Toronto,  to my prrr>en vho c*v;i proro that ��� this, coap contains  tvuy iorm of aibiltr.ratiou, or any 5r.ja_iou3. clioaiicals.  AS--' FOK TH"- OCTAvtOW HA..  i-,-uMM��'---11"''��E-c'ws���-,:'--iii  J  fS  OFFICIAL    ADMI_sTISrritATOK *>t-��-  G-uardian ad-litem  for Manitoba.!.'-.  Trust funds invested   and guaractfet*'  Money to loan on farm security  Sollcltorn bringing; E.tat.s, A<__nfn<  istrationSj etc., to the Co. -M*e /-.oTitinu���-  ta tho professional caro thereof.  Corrcspondciice solicited.  Boxes  in  Safe    Deposit   VoulU    f��..i  rent at $5.00 a year.  AI-THUIt S'TKW'AR.T,'Sasutj:.:!-  U.  No.-vif'D  t   i c-  11  -E"  jt^.*. '-��� '^--shelter f���r Jlshnbla  D. II. Yoyng, njanagin|j' director  of  *-o.il Oornpanj  the Smilkameen' Vailed  St   Joseph   Qonveni  .5,i_rnt .dr_ias ratarned from it iflg" to j    Boarding ancfDay cehoo. C-Wiiofd- !  ��-.- ��a"v_],.Oh:VaS-o and 'New -.ork/and   by't-13 gisfejB- 6f ^..oV'^' rrTf'' iij J  Sfltaroiag-via-Toronto _nd  'Ottawa,   branches of eipm9ntary,"blftinera  find 1   fe*  -^r��. ��,.���������   ��--.--...   to g^j  -the  liich^^ojjueaKop   taught'Ly 'tlie     hS  >al cpxppap jes eisfer. who ho}U "certificatea /.-dip  tiie     5  -His- mipsipn  east 'wa_  -amalgamation- of the . co  'ire I  Fire I  London  Science  England.  ���oiri  Board    of ��� Education   and  3~>epartpen t,.    Kensington,  Apply to Sister'Superior.  [Pioneer t lardware  -ivlioeo -bases'' of.. operation   are  'the  -vG-aflkameeri    /alley; ' namely      ihe-  "rtmiilcArnsen   Valley   Coal   Company  wild fiie 'Ashnch  Coal' Company Ltd.  .���pf,Toronto.   Jn tliis he was successful  .In so-far tljat ihe Shareholders  of the  ���AsUnqla  company have agreed tq   the  ���   .proposition and 'it only remains for the  ���legal formalities to be" complied 'with  'to effect the object sought: - The nYost  ���jm'portanfc  business  that Mr.  young  - transacted duriug: his stay ih   the  east  was  the conipletioh, of  tho  Ashnola  ���Smelter Limited.,' Tho smeitpf w'li go  ���up without delay ap;l' wjji be  pf' 5001 You will find a complete .took of gen-  tons a day Rapacity, alt|ipugh'c'e9igj_'.d  oo t)nt this parj be  inqreiised  to  JO0O  yitliopt the oiighteot tfifHculty sq soot-  as tho number of operating pings shall.  ���hare bean  sufficiently  inprpased   to I  keep a larges smelter buisy.   popper]  and Kenpedy mountains, about two  and one half mile's distant /rom Ashnola. will be the new smelter's  chief  source of of ore supply, the product oi  ��ho properties on tb.ose two .mountains  |BEALP $ POWELL  ^ AOJBNTS'FOB  era] 'Hardware,,- 'Enamel,  Eajnlp. Qils/cj-ias^'etp.'"  ' ,  "D^Ti^eaiit^ipg- fioa pj.uiijjjjiug,'  MOYIE.  .GR^SBfipOK  being copper and gold in valuable trndlnt+Js     01,���    ��� _-,      ,  Easily; worked combinations."   Silver.0���     kkaving    Parlor,  'ead ores will be dray/n from   Boulder ' ''  Creek,, ivhere development "has   pro- ", CENTRAL   HOTEL,  greased sufficiently to show immense wesle-t clijte, Prop.  .bodies adniirably placed for  profitable      ' ''"'"  working.   The ores of the Sickle Plate  mine in" the yiciniiy .of Twenty .Mile  <.._".   -x:  U:  Um&yeti* f* 3 pgy profit.   Buy Smi)^m  yaliey Coal Go's shares and make .1    6  jBoyie,'B.'jQ.  Tiuwarg,  , PHOENIX  ASSUJ1A3STCE 00.   ?f  London,   Englanj.  I"MPERIA"L INSURANCE GO.   of London,    England.  LIVERPOOL, LONDON ,& GLOBE* J_JSUB_U$.6e CQ.  LONDON �� LANCAS1IJI-E INSURANCE CO.. '  XVESTER&. ASSURANCE' CO '  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURAN^ ��� 00  UNION ASSUI1AN0E SOCIETY of J.ondoii, England  'f  NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.        '" ' '       " '' '  *  .GUARDIAN  amyim  '    LO. O. F.  TTilflor JCodff-ilKQ. __/  and of other properties in that Japajity  ,,   are high grade' g.qld  and  silver,' with  just sufficient ?ron  tp be  self fluxing  ,   and, most economical.' It, too,   will  'ind  a  natural  market at    Ashnola,  while, for xyhich reason the new town  has been-selected by the smelter projectors   Li ine and every other smelter  requisite is found in  generous  abundance within a radious   of ' 20   miles,  the fact of having fuel at their  doors,  giving the smelter people an immense  advantage over  their business  rivals.  ', In all the steps that have so far been  taken   in   the   presentation   of    the  j-milkameen's  advantages before  the  , public Mr. Young has pro von loyal  to,  liis district in a mark degree and help-  i*ul in no small manner to  those who  1 are  eincerly   active   in   working  -for  British    Columbia     progg'ress      and  prosperity. ' �� ���  .  MODE'S  LEADING H03_5L.  2��Ior_-_E,,B. C.    Kr   . xV    _ ,     ���      ,  ,   " Aleete every Monday evening m   their      hall   on  Victoria, street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  J. S. MacEachees-.     W. L. Reid,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  enay  The best of accommodations  for the f rayelingjlpublic.  P. J. McMahon, Mgr.  BOOTS    AND   [SHQES  Repaired and Made to Order.  , ,      PaitoT's Id eg of Ma. bets,  An eastern editor,"who understood  his business, published tue following  under the heading of markets recently :  Young men, unsteady ;  girls,  lively  and in  demand;   coffee,  considerably  mixed; fresh fish, active and slippery;  wheat, a grain better than barley; eggs,  quiet, but will probably open in a  few  days; whiskey,  steadily  going   down;  onions, strong and raising; breadstuff's,  heavy; boots and shoes,  those  in  the  market soled,  and steadily   going  up  and down; hats and caps, not as  high  as last fall, except foolscaps, which  is  stationary; tobacco, very slow, and has  a downward  tendency;  money, close  enough to get hold  of; feathers  light  and   going   up;   iron,   firm ;��� butter,  growing stronger; opium,  a  drug on  the   oiarket;   advice,   good,   but. no  R. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  NEAR MAcEACHEEX't". MacDONALDS.  Moyie   Miners' , Union  2XTC_i_ -7X-  Meeisin McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members -are  cordially invited to, attend."  John Blajckuurn, -    * P. T. S.mytii,  President.' * Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the hVst Wednesday  .evening of each month at \  ' 8 o'clock sharp in the court  house.  A. P: Macdonald, Pres.  Andrew Johnston, x Lewis"Thomson,  Vice-Pres. Sec'y  British Columbia  Permanent  LOAN AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  The objects of the company  are:    To  afford  a safe   and  profitable means for the, saving of small sums by  regular  , instalments'-as well as for the "  investment of small amounts'  of capital at a productive rate  of interest.    To assist  members in building, purchasing,  ,or improving __oro.es and clearing  off, existing   incuinber-  '       ances.       ���.     -  P. T. SMYTH,     Agent,  Moyie  The map shows the location of the Company', Coal land  CHAS. P. OAMPBELL,  Funeral Director,  and  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion College of the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, ft ear Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mailorders promptly attended to.   '  B. C.  .COURT ]MOYI__.  >Tp. 4065   ,  V*  Meets on the last Thurs  dayof each m.atli. V  iting breth'em 7, invited  to attend.  P. T. SMYTH, C. E.       G. T. McGREGOR. R. S.  Cranbrook.  demand. ^  OONT-THRQW THEM AWAY  . * T- ���   It is just like throwing away money  when you throw away the SNOW  SHOE TAGS which are on every plug  of PAY BOLL CHEWING TOBACCO.  Save theni and you oan have your  choice of 1.0. 'handsome presents.  Tags are gooft up to JAN'Y. 3,ST 1903  "Write for oar new illustrated premium  catalogue. Thc Empire Tobacco Co  Ltd, Winnipeg branch* Winnipeg  Man.  fOld hunters say  The MARL!N  jfiaa_om_ny(hlng��iocom-t ^ -7rv***v  !mend it.    Tho top of the "-    '  rsctloo lo always closed, the  [mccbanlsro the most simple, tbe finish elegant, the  Mrm attractive,   ft seems  to throw Its bullets a little  more: accurately ancS plant  fl-era with a Utile nidro force  than any other rifle.   For  dftertakea 38-S5 or 30-30. c  1    120-pag* catalog. 300 Illu-tr*. t  [ tiaa*. colored coJur by BtrnlngtoQ.  (or 2 -tamp-.  Marun Fine arms Co. I  MCW HAVRN, OOMN.  .5^  '/������'  SCENIC   LINE.  DIRECT  LINK. LOWEST  RATJ5S.  EAST. - WEST.  Winnipeg Vancouver  Toronto Victoria  Ottawa Seattle  Montreal Portland  New York . San Francisco.  Via. Soo Line.  St.   Paul,   Chicago,   and   all  United  States points.  TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE.  EAS1V-Leave Kootenay Landing Landing Thursday and Friday for  St. Paul, Toronto, Montreal,  Boston.  WEST���Leave Itevelstoke daily for  Vancouver, Seattle and the  coast.  HOME    SEEKERS  Excursion Ticket- on saiCj westbound  March 1st to April 30th,  Through bookings to Europe  via. all Atlantic   lines.    Prepaid tickets  from   all  points,  at lowest rates.  For   Kates,  Maps,  Time  Cards,  Tickets ��� and  Full Information apply to Nearest Local  ���  Agent,-        '        ���-.',.���  G. HilSier, Agent, Moyie.  Methodist [Church  SERVICES  Are held in  Mr.  J. C. Drewry's building,  corner  Victoria and    Tavistock  street, each Sabbath at 7 :30 p. m.  Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.  The public'are invited  and   will   be  cordially welcome to attend   services.  W. L. SHERIDAN.    '  �� *   Pastor.  " " i   "���"' '    r in i   ii  , ' WHOLESALE ANXJ RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  ,Fresh ' and Cured Moats, Fresh  Pish, Game;gana ^Poultry.    We *''  supplyf oalyj the'"best".*    Your  tradejsoli cited.'  MAltKEtS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and    Towns   in  British Columbia.  NOLA COAL COMPANY, Likitrd/o- Toronto U *to��Sia. u���,  office and payroll at ASHNOLA.   -ASHNOLA 8MKI.TER   llZ ' ^ '  ^ured.fagt.w.lhttcapitftliwtion.of   $2,000,000,00.   win   not  c2  o^et I   '  smelter wjth a live thousand ton daily capacity, but ^,"11 al.o m.Vo La\\^  vnrT   ��m Ct?1 Wh,Ch n,eaU8 a P^011 0/ tb"e Siffantic corporations lor ASft '  *UJ.A.   These facts make it possible for the Soiilkanieen   Valley Coal Co"'  suares to soon advance to ut least $25 within tlie next year.    ThWe share, are"  now being offered by Our official brokpr. for if 1.10 on   culls of    ten   conls per  month, with a nou-forfoiture clause/.wLi'ch moans vou get shares for  the ca��. '  you pay mto the company in any event' ��� - '  ,   -        * it  , For,further information an-1 prodpb.m.f* apply to the  Cf    ���   ��|| . '      r "- ' HEAD  OFFICE,  Smilkameen Valle^Xoal Co.^Ud. nelson, b c  ffr_T-<-��>  T*!-���'*v.���  k  mtmim^i  5 Jb, v��  Hj_adquartj_IvS fou Ea-st  Kootenay  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MERCHANT    TAILOR  Fino , Suitings,    Overcoating    ��  "   Trousers,   Imported - Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  sss  /f,  Prices Given  and^^ Orders  Taken on  lEyerything  in the Printing  Line at the  Tlie Leading Ladies  and MensgFunuslier.  Clothing, Boots and Shoes.  A Full Stock_of Miners;Supplie3  Always on Hand.  Gall   and  Inspect Our   Goods.  -i_.f_-  jeadc  .wr.  *JHW  eonomicai  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly,  Jt fflgfieg fllQ bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is never  �� waste of good flour, sugar, butter  jincc  ipeci  J.S  CARTKU,  Dist, Pass. Ag-t  Nelson,  E.'J. COYLE,  ' vs'tG'on. Pass. AkI  VnncovQr,  ;���;,, ���for��� ; '��������� ; - ,  HEAVY TEAMMa ,:-."������'  ;' ������   ���ALSO���  BAGGAOK,       ExJmJC8S     Asxy    Qenbra,  ���. ���   Djsr.rv.Kii.Y.  MOYTE  ^ and a saving of  money comes the saying of the health  of the family, and that is the greatest  economy of all.  |of til  Ublc  80N,  Lib li  rood  TO  fhos.  tigh<  fnh.  Hen 1  mco  PRICE BAKING  POWDER CO.,  CHICAGO.  Isotii.���Afany mixtures, made in imltntion of l>.ik.  powders, aro upon tlie market.    Tliej  , ..   sold cheap, but are dear at anv price i  cause th.y contain alum, a .orro-ivc jni��  ^  m  ���. <  ri,-'. t     -..^


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