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The Moyie Leader Apr 26, 1902

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 ovo' than io pay  handier  to own  quit moving   fceo  Elmer * ���  ol 'town' on  ^c^-iS*-^  L��^^X^^^^f  *ttzS&s��p--X'  '4?%mmmi*k.  MOYIE, B;C.. APR LL 26,  9  S'2 A YEA$  fl A ,  /-.-nd a greater discovery has been mads by '   f  ,  5veryoane^eq'tjie7ComVw>uy1i^a'3tia    ,   _  ^ricec so low, o     -.    , " ���  ' , ' ' '    ' f -  ��� C-oocU :te ��� Sell anil we Intend f,o. Sill  WAR ��S?!P      ���   ���  t�� C  h �� 5 ?      t-rj! {j i t JJ ,��-, ^a  It Jumps From 14 to  " 21 .Cents,  yv4  w  f  i  LOCAL    &1EWS.  jiijg'iS-DfMo  ./,  If you want-to got   the- "most "for ,3'our*'  money spend some of the time you havs  so much to dispose- of,now in ,  "   it****  ���OOMP AMY'S  i!!-3ifcityo;  lirr.ii-* s^  Us  And we'will show yon the surplus  '< ' '' '     .    '    *  we --rant to sell.  ("���Lock  lANK.'-OF*. COMMERCE'  >aid Up. Capital ' $3,00.DSC)0Q.        '   '  P BfAMCH. ���''' '    ..HUBERT'HAINES, MGR  \sl -J-1-      i"  No Explanation Is  Give  /Officially for .the T&m'  in'Values of This,  . ���"'    Property.  P. J. JsfcMakon and wife v.'. ro i'i  Cri.nbrook the lirst of tlio week.      0  Frank Johnston has racovere-d from  his attack of rheumatism and Is able  to, tie ;i round fgaiu.  j'ainfs Fraser and James Casey were  in Cranbrook last Sunday.  Pari-:, Mitchell & Co.'s sawmill is  not lil:ely to start until sometime in  June, or until such titr.e, as Che water  in the lake rises sufficiently* high to  float-the log3 ovor the sand bar at the  head of the lake. A new engirt* ]iiX*  bceri, ordered for the mill  Will Cross Contm��i!t  in 95 Houfs?  1ITBEAL PA10MR  GENERAL' NEWS  WOTES.  ' - J  It i3 .laid' that John Houston haa  abandonee! his attempt Ho revive the  kelson Trihiiue, aiid that 'ha <m\\  move to MonCana eliortly.  Walter Qordon, who \yac arrcated at-  Halifax upun the eye of' his departure  fqj poijtli/; fi ica,  hac  been   adjudged,  g-jilti'   Pr   "the,"'Whitewater   murders.,  He will lip hanged on June 20th.        ;  "'   D. W- ^loore, ore buyer for tlie Trail  srvielter, aays tlie )ead're6uery. v/ill  be  ready foi-  operat-ion about May   15th.  Work ia'tieing pushed on the struetiire  and the ipaob'inery'w'itb tiie object qf  ��� hd-viag it rrady oii that data.   ����t fireit  Eosfiland, April 22.���Mucb interest  has been createa locally by the sudden  rise jn the prioe of War Eagle  shares  iri the last 24 hours, cash quotations  having risen from 1-i 1-2 cents . to  21  cents.   The   demand ''is   entirely   in  Toronto.     No   explanation   13   given  officially for the jump in valued.    One  rumor is that the diamond drilling how  under way from the S00  loot level  of  tlie mine allows a "large  budy  ���,-,�� high  grade ore.   Another ia th.it ihe   War  Eagle aud the Centre  Star  eouipi*.nit.s  are being amalgamated, and the  third-  is that   the   Trail   smelter   has   been  bought:" None is-coniirmed and' it i&  There is a'scarcity of ihon at the  Moyie Lumber Co.'s mill.  it ' m t  It is-said that, 150 men will be put-  to work in the iron mines at Kitchener  ad soon as tho snow disappears,  J. J. Hurphy \yaa ,up froni Elko  Monday and was receiving the "glad  hand" from his rn'any friends here.  Acting Manager H. Cameron��of the  Movie Lumber.Co;, was in Cranbrook  the fir-jt of tbe v,'eek looking for men to  work iu the yaw mill. '  -* Some nice sti'mg-j of trout have been  naught lis Um ma-rows nortli of town  during the wt-efc.  "John McDonald, the boatbuilder, ha--  a better turnout of boats than ever t*>  accommodate the "people   this   season.  The McMillan Fur & Wool Co. haye  possible;, that   the   solution   may   bo   placed their circular of  April 5th   on  rereience.    ihis  The New Imperial  Limited  service  ��� over the 0. P. R. will  be  inaugurated  from the Vancouver end  of the line,,  on June lotlif ' The east  bound  Ln:  perial Limited'will leave-Vancouver on  Saturdays, Tuesdays and  Thursdays,,  and the west   bound  train  will  leave  Montreal-oil Sundays, Wednesday and  Fridays.    The run   will   be   made   in  ninety-five   hours'   from    station . .to  station., ' '*  taOlnOll XaKc? Action. .  A special meeting of the poison  I3oaul oi trade has been called for the  purpose of further, .con side ring what  steps should bV be ."taken to impress  upon the  Dominion  government   the  "��� T  HA1  -*./-  m  jY.;A.;.}>IacKen3ie,  Proprietor." ���������     ;  el for tb.e Mnasses.",1 Every think' Eirsfe  iSRrerv   respect. 4': Sample Rooms  for  Commercial Men.  ; ' .   British Columbia  PESAUii'JJJEH JBIIOS,    riop9.  ��� -~     il  Lar^c   sample   room; in   connection  ��� 'with house for commercial men." Best  of accommodations.  ' K^dquarters for Commencial and  Mining Men.  jmnaJW-EsuE, -- -- *    '        ��� ' movie, n. c.  i   iiii   iilh    -mm   mjp   im11 jitti   TTiTT mi        i   -_       ~y   ~~   "  manipulation - by .Toronto brokers.  Meantime all available shares , are being picked up for eastern delivery.  Prompt I'ayuient.  People often buy fire insurance without considering the quality of the  aiticle they are buying, but there are  two or three people iu the district who  are glad they bought good lire insurance, There'was a fire in Cranbrook on March 31 last; 'three buildings were destroyed. They were all  insured in good* solid tariff, rate companies aud the losses haye all been  adjusted in full.,  - There are two fire insurance agencies, one In Moyie (Messrs. Beale <fe'  Elwell) and one in Craubrook (Hutch)  who havo made a sutd'y of protection  and there is no doubt that the com"  panics represented by them are the  beat and,strongest doing business in  Canada. Insurance is-like any other  commodity, there are many qualities,  aud like other merchantable articles,  the best insurance is in tlio ��� long run  the cheapest.  If so we can supply you with good Tackle.  .gSeejour line of Rods. Flies, Minnows, Reels.  Sdixig Nets, Ely Casting Spoons, Kirby hooks,  |��iers, Silk Braided Lines, Braided Oil Silk  &V&otton Lines, Ely Books.  tew and fresh from the manufacturer.  - Arrcstc��t f"*" "Forgery.  Frank Wiley, the smooth aud well  dressed man who worked in the St.  Eugene concentrator for a time last  su-i-nmer, was arrested a few days', ago  in Spokane for forgery. Wiley was  lormerly a bank clerk in Spokane.  When .Wiley was taken to the police  station hesaid if the police would rc-  leuse him he would pay the money  back iu less than an hour. The police  would not give in and Wiley , was  locked up."  Chief of Police Witherspoon said  last evening: "This is not' the lirst  call we have' had. for Wiley. There  were a number of other cases in which  it was reported that he passed bud  checks, but ho settled them up. in  some way before we could got him.  Wo found out that he had no account  at the bank."  2. O. O. r. Anniversary "Service.  The Odd Fellows' anniversary  service will be held in their hall  tomorrow (Sundaj) afternoou at 1  o'clock sharp, Rev. Fortune   of Cran-  brook  officiating.... All Odd   Fellow^! meeting from Friday to Monday,  whether members of, the Moyie  lodge  prove costly.  P. Burns & Co. baye purchased ,ftbe*-  meat business of���Hull Brothers & Go,  whose headquarters were at Galgary.  This deal is the-largest ih the history  of the cattle business in this province  and perfects, the meat monopoly of   P.  1        I        f -a*   *  Burns & Co.-  ' The requirements as (to the height  of lecruits for South Atrica has-.been  reduced, and five ' feet four inches is  now the minimum. All applicants to  be accented'must be able to shoot aud  ride and be medically fit.     '   '  ���   ������*-���'���.  Dr. LaB.m,   Nelson^ .oldest  phy.siy  cian/is'rdmoving to Seattle.  The factors   of. the  Bradley   White  Leae Co. in Brooklyn, was burned this  week causing a loss of |lOO,($Q.    Em-'  ployces numbering 125 will be without'  tile at our office  for  house was established a  quarter  of  a  century ago, and on  account  of   their  extensive   business, 'tuey   are   in    a  position to pay high prices.    Shippers  rind their   dealings" with    them   very  satisfactory.  Mrs. P. J. McMahon .returned irom  Elko Wednesday. .  .lohn Bakke, foreman up on the hill  at tbe St. Eugene, returned tin's week  from a visit- to Spokane. The boy-;  bad their tin cans ready, but John  came back alone, and they were disappointed.  D. J. Elmer was up from Fernie on  ,a short visit this week.  Jack Fitzgerald is agaiu back in  South East Kootenay and was in  Moyie Monday.  Don't forget the auniyersary service  of the Odd Fellows at their hall Sunday at 1 o'clock sharp. Everybody  invited.  The Catholic ladies of Moyie are  talking of giving a social in the near  future ,to raise funds for making some  repairs on the church.  Park, Mitchell & Co. are advertising  - ...  for 40 tiemakers to work in their camp  south of town-  Geo. W. Martin of Duluth, Minnesota, is expected to arrive here to-'  morrow aud will immediately take  over the management' of the Moyie  Lumber Co., succeeding Mr. Grant. '  ���Wm. Hillior  left  Thursday for his  home in Calgary.  The Movie   Lum'jcr   Co.'s  gasoline  "launch made its first   trip   to   Moyie  yesterday, in   charge   of   Capt.   Dan��  McKay.  Mrs, P. J). Hope was visiting with  her parents in Kimberley   this   week.  Miss Clara McLood and Mrs. Cliue  were in Cranbrook yesterday.  paramount importance of   taking ,up \ ^.^ ^ ^^ timo ��� a r^uU   0^ the  the matter of .increased duty on lead  imports'at once, in order  to  prevent  the matter being   posponed   till   next  season which is now their intent'.on.  That Invostlgatiou.   ���   ,  The investigafcion of ihe charge*-  niade against, the license commission*  iers* of this district* is expected to be.  held within-a very short time. W. H.  Bullock-Webster, chiel of police of the  Kootenays, will hear what evidence  can be secured. Most of the - evidence  will be taken, in Elko and Fernie.  , Moyie T?ooti>all Team.  Moyie, up to date iu everything, has  organised a football'team. The team  is doing some hard practising and it  seems evident that' it will make a  national reputation for itself before  the end of the 'season. Chalenges will  soon be issued to some of the smaller  towns, such as Nelson, Eosslaud, Cranbrook and Fernie to begin with, and  when these are' laid in the shade,  Winnipeg, Toronto and Buffalo v/ill be  tackled. The team is made up as  follows:  Forwards���Joe Whitehead, Robert  Campbell and Sid Elmer.  Halfback���James Crosby, P. D.  Hope and Bob Smith.   '  Goil Keeper���V. Desaulnier.  Fields���Messrs. Casey, Fraser, HilV,  Foote and Maedonald.  9imi>sou Throws  I'osies.  Cranbrook Herald; The Moyie,-  Leader started on its fifth year last  week, with Fred Smyth still as editor  and proprietor. Tho Leader'has been  a re-flection of lhe'p'roup-."-ritv of Moyie  since Moyie stariedj and 5'2 weeks iu  the vear "has sung the praises of that  town and her people. It has not been  acontiniMl round of ;oy with Smyth,  and there "nave been limns wh.m he  spelled his name with an "i"- and ate  bread and ulu-ese for lunch and cheese  and bread for dinner. But he never  kicked.    Optimistic at all times, over-  nx> & t\TT?T?r��r>ir      T'TPTr-'TC/TCl   I flowing with good nature, ever   willmjr  G��A.NBK-OOil      Ii -klKlb. { tQ say\ gnod woaj fqr nn individual or         " i the townT he has spread broadcast   the  Cranbrook Herald:       " i t��linffs of joy and buried the bad new.-  fire., ' ��� j '  Tbe work of  installing   the  electric'f ,  plant for the   Hall   Mines  smelter   litf  Nelson bus been  completed   and' now  all the machinery  in    the   smelter   ia'  operated by that power  with   the  ey-  ccplions of one blower, and, that   will  be in a short time:    Power'is supplied  ���by' the   West   Ko'oteiia/ Light   ancl  power company?s plant at Bonnington"  Falls. i '  Byron G. Riblet has just placed witli *  R. A. C. McNally, agent far the James ,  Cooper Manufacturing  company,  the  largest-order for wire   rope 'that   has  ever beeu given   from   the   province.  The" quantity   is   '90,000   feet,'  or   a  weight of 40 tons.    This rope is   to  bo *  used for tho aerial tramway Mr. Riblet  is constructing for   tho   Tyt-e   Copper  company, on Vancouver island.  A syndicate, tentatively operated by  officials^ the Brooklyn Rapid Transit  Company, is preparing to offer Santos  Dumont. an opportunity to ' disport  himself iii American atmosphere. The  syndicate will, it is stated, raise_ a funcj  of $75,000 for the purpose of enabliug  Mr. Santos Dumont to navigate ii  new dirigible balloon out to sea from  Brighton' Beach, up' the Narrows,  .arouiid the Statue of Liberty, up the  East river, above the Brooklyn bridge;-  aud the new East river bridge, and  back again to Brighton Beach. - '.  The banks of Atlin during theseas6t/  just past'exported "Pll.OOO of Atliir  gold, and royalty .was paid on $J.93,:  000. It is estimated 'that ' tl*e banks  purchased considerably less than one-  half of tiio -season's output of gold',  'which would make the production   for  the camp last   season- about   half   s>  ��� .  . *. *  million dollars. . :  Tho Odd Fellows lodge of Craubrook j nameg 0f those   vvho  fail   to  -Ray{> the  intend to   change   their   evening   of | ehronio pvumhlep nqd the non   advar-  itiser.   Tho Leads*-Iim dQna Jlcyw a  i-pQvyor of good, and floaervea pr.oapsrlty,  wDouiBr-uieuiu.��o.y.,.Uv..��-l,.r .-,-��-,    GeorgsMiner, the -hardware  man, j-a"U(j ^on-fa d^-��� ^L1yaHG   starts   up  m* not .'are'reaueatfld to be present and ! received "a   carload   of  carrigoa -lft'et again." the Society Girl ia slipping tous  METAL MARKET.  Nkw   Vouk���Bar silver,  51   cents,.  Load, $1.12L   Coppor,' ��!12.2U.  London*"���Liad, ��11, 15 s,  come early, The '-members of tho  Moyie lodge extend,a cordial invitation  to evervone to attend the. service.  week from the east, and he has been  soiling them like hot cakes ever sinoe.  V,' Hyde   Baker,-   manager   of   the  Baker estate, is having a large portion  ofore each iHy, and the lodges acrosa  the lake have developed into great,  mines, friend Smyth will bo enjoying  the benefits of his labors, and have a  bank, account  that   Would  make   an  ANoison Daily News.         A          , ,,   d   ,,     ',     .,   ,        .Un. "*i>�����ro��rtf ! "Elko hotel keeper sick with envy  ,     ���-...-���.;������ Tv of the valley land along the Koo.tenay | -c-i-!--*- ---- a-* t-* -  ^J.Deane.formerlrof.tlie  ^^; river surveyed in(o  40  acre   tracts to { .Kooi^ sm��u��n,.rr.  loops'Boulinoi; has purcliascd'the pant  mest lhademand of siiiall nmchers.     j   *.; e   ciinA'/of the   Central   hotel  and good'Will   of   tho   Nelson ,Daii.V i !      ,        ',    ....:."��� ������' ,    .r   tllJ  Miner;    The name   of the   paper  has |     Arrangemonts have been completed j oarb.-r shot),  is   now   agc.it^ aor^U. ,  Will Brlnjjf s\ l\rU}e.  N-jlson Daily I*fe\ys: 1' is n,\Ul oi"|  the Ijest ut iUjtUqnt;- that J. U. Drowryj  ih*;" apor.iriphr-liS'i j-iiiuintflur imq iiblq  nihtiiitj iv,an, when hs f-st.inw to ll.fi  Kcatoanyj wi-i br;na with h��n a bri^P(  His fhinnye ie ir&id tu bo cna of I ha  most charming and accomullshfil  young heilea who has visited Montreal  in recent years, i-ihe i.-i a native of  one of the southern states and is ii  member of a pioinineut and influential family there.  A 1J uay Tailor.  C. A. Foote, the tailor, is one of   the  Miner:    The name   of the  paper  nasi     ��iiuU8buiuii�� uh-vo.-uu��ii uumi"v *-��� j * ���-.-     ,   *-a  . - -��� : ,     .'  , ,. -,      ,,      XT1 rs.iu-   hv the 'member*;   of -Kfv   Citv   lod-*e '.Kootenay, Steam Laundry  at  Nelson.! luisicst men in town, and   has  several  been changed   to    the   Nelson   Wail     t'l tne inunous   ot.-j.v.oy   ^H}   u.-u^., A       ,,,.-,.      , .���   , , ,       ,      ,      f   , Ar  L ^ H i _      ~      �� d ^�� .-.        .       . . ill     .,n.wft>v   hi   t   i.��-��   Iii o    nh-i v*rt\      will       hi'      ��..,..-.* Ko      nri-wL*-       .�� 1-^r. ir        nr um Aft'  News the first issue of Which appeared   .1. 0, O. F., to hold  their   anniversary i All laundry tot in lis charge   wdl  hua Tuesdav   morning.    Mr. Oeane i. ! ^rvices at 2 :30 next Sunday nffemoon.; promptly at tended to.    Laun l.ry. must  aivable newspaper man' and   the   now j at the Baptist church.    Rev.- Anvaebo I bo m before I uesd.y evening.     Iorm?l  paper already shows'imj   improveiaciH - j ������"drdclivc.r. tho iuuuipI addresA  ���il:-lv in advance.  5-9.  I  months work ahead of him. Mr,  Foote.is'a splendid workman and the  oiolh.'S which he turns out ���������crvp as- a  irood advertisement lor bim.  ��?S  ^3VR"  , i  i -,  S I  ,  . ...r. ^,  ^fiaoaw ���7> n:*\  m  ^VA  ''.   A  I  <������  .1  ' .*���'  .".!  .?!  uH  ,'.h  ��� f  &-.*��� *���  ���K*--r3  v%'."3  'i-  -.-; -ii  /"*7F  -N -Tit  "T, ianKjc,;-. "t.cr.1 '���  i^'.^-A-Ki?^ i"'*��''vr��sii--*.'<  ri��-r, --A--r-><>.^x?iy;i-g^.'-.^vij^ _  3]  __ 1  .' CO.;.  Ti.j-o i.-n/! j 4;i,,i j. Ji,'.-, .j  j;;,j,"'k.,|  ��� j.c.r   m*   ;,,(i'  ���v**-^  li.,  < 'aiuisJiec. m the interest of the people j t,nb'-'r ou ih��foj:o'.wcjjdt.-t..J'.'c-i \,.-,tu"<"- ..-.L J ""       '"  nf ,f.   ���, , .���     , _, j lauds jmhe^omiH-ri! divJ--Maor tl oj-ia ?a��� ... <  of Moyie and East Kootenay. nay ���Ibtplcr, ���. 0.  Cojainaiii^1 ^-taK.^ !  [marl.-e.l Vic Bfsauh.ior i.l-mii-d on   thy 'piM  ' ������idoc.fliiHiiuiiaoruekonjijp i;(.rth Si,ju oi',)<c.  .���v.icio :j.viiig-s Instant J:  f   xaOiit Cure ni all Oa  '   '.   ���-   f      "Jfi/-?  Perma-  Cv,ji ��' to  Eg  Ci-J  i 'H  n a fc*  ''.-('  ?J    bv-    &*���-.*!  h       [A   SJ   ft  f-J    -1 $ S   ,  3-*. .T. S3I1TU i; CO.,  t-rV   1G   V  PATBS Or SCT13ECP.1PT10**.-  e.Year.  -    I aMfsuer*.   railroad Irr.clc, rnuuiuff 40 otnins   ,Ve<.t��� there-;  toUomu<; the creek lOO^li.iin-* .--ouii^-tlieiHp'lO '  chains oast; thence ICO chairs north to place'of  '   cominunvinLiit, containing CIO ucros,   More or  ,.?���> 00  SAT nil!) AY, APRIL 26, 1902.  ���ii'ST AI..-3UJ.ITKLY FltSE ON } L> "i !i;��' L"i*' PuSTAL.  WRITE YOOIl 2fA3E8 AHCD ALf-HESS H-AlHi-Y.  Jew,.  --���ted Jan. i, 35W.  ���.-::9.   '  VICTOR' DESAULK1KR.  .    Tiicre 13 nothing like Asthmalene.  j It brings instant  relief, 'oven   in,' the  h   Fl> &$ <K> *ITPa  H   IIP  Ijfi.SlijL  ���ft  51?   i* ��  otu. OJ .',* ....iu-:-.,.,, .-ouuitioi.a   of   ("j*.   I 'rownlnn.1- ],, the ^i.riwn, dir.*M;.n 0/ ����- ��;zo bo'Ho."                ' [' Vr /         vS.V//    H^ ^ W\  ���contr.ict 1,5 .tl:.-.t Hi---;, rpc.in di-.Mrovr-rs   ):'lM j^0'^a-*;^^'"'. "���'v   i;oiai.un��iiS ,ltll        '    ,                  -                .    ��� fl      >-J ,. ^HKf\\\l '*/*# ' f  Mmll flout uroa^UoJou^h'uf tnm,' Si ^v:, "':'.'/f.r <C!!1.^-'-: ';��� '  .  ,f;" Bi> w�����"fi ^ecHsIer, j     f. yd^A   X#'^r   /  after leaviag IheJ-.-dcc-t-s.f'.                       ^hidi ;>,.si<E���,*,���:��,.* Kuwalu W^iimor'rm" ��aobi 0/tl.o Cong.    J-5nnn6r,iol. . j       ^f'-^Y    W''V     I  w.-���r��-��^mw..terar.= ���     ,    . ���     i-uiftioOfum-. w. *-i; tioiiefr 40 cimir.s :Vni'.; ���"                ^ev: York. Jan. 3, LaOl I''       '^��ga$%ii'*       *      I  Jn p let If)- .o'xhu I-.Ll-on   0  .TrsiJo, "\Y. A  oa:d   of  A'lii-er.  .tr  Uivij; : x i cl'dinM  ii'   *.'!iJ*c   l*i   .-   . *  ..C-l"'':., i.A.'t-* oi Ic--;.  *'f* Iu..}..-: j.Ki.>\  ','. ...  NO'i'liJi.  that there i.��, no liope that thr-ru wijj be J   "a duty impeded on lend or an iuerwu.oj ,  "on mauuiacUires or lead, -t, ht>s }>^*>u i *-T'1Jv" :"',;:'-:-.!>-'1- r Mw.-.uNjiHed to tho chief  decided, that .hoxoshall be no clunks irS^'i !"lfe^^"'^v  in tho tarin lJiis year. ������        | ^^on.v.^toib^ius'i^crihciivait.iit c-rovn  After losing- the fortune made by .a  life's work aud   then   setting , out   to  ii.v-JL-C-   iJ , i,.,l,,s i^rlli    Dlt '. TAV-T IJHOfl'.' Mfll^rj f:,K tJo"  '*   "I'Tt,    ci.*'ii.ui*luj   I'liif      rr      *-i ���> . *'  vd.;A.v;AO 3>'^* \ tf ;,iy.i;t _'*-/lJJU1C"len :    -��� ���'��"'At^ij'UftlocO is an  j-j-ij.-j exrc-D-j:', -r-i'if-.-jy-for A sthma and -jja v  i     ���       -^:;;%^^1      f'    j ,  I '        EVEfJY^W^,pBi|Bg0  f?Et!SPfc-  i.._   -jKcvrr, :,ud j:M   oomposflion   ulleviatc*  f      :iii tf.-LibK',-, w.-i.rh com hi ;i i-   with   As-  thm!J-   .-l^'-uoc-:.^ ii :i:i-tonialiing  and  '.vondeuul.      '  '"������a'wnnMitay  !&  hm/.'s j.i rhe watieru .Iiviswh j>f the I-.is-*'/ tiirs no O'nn^TT^Ti ���        'i i     *     ��� ^^"''.^w^   Umfc  Asthrnaleno.con-  [icoownay district, b. c.  Coimn^ns  at a no.o^um, morphine, chloroform or ether.   Very truly yours,   '        ^  post marked0, Detauimcr piumed  aHait cue ���   ��� '.BEV. DR. \T0EItI3 WP-CH^T "PT? .     '  auaoiie half miles uu-t of Tuchtv ��nfhr. ���r.rf��� . ' -xua'-n'10 v> f-JJlbLER/  ���r^ss^3���rm'--'"1 "���"�����'u����������7  aud one half miles last of Toehty ou' the norm  side of the'Caiui'liaa Pacific ialliray. Jbtuuumg  west 160 chains; theucesouth 40 chains; thence  east "IGO chains; thurscu earth lO.chuins bact to  /make a new one'at the age when most  men    are   retiring,   "JMa*-k    Twim "  i , -*-&>      j-u-��.ia.     j. wain,     -r����"-.i.uv;i.aiaaa; luuiiuuEnria lu.caai-as baci: to  (.oamuel  L.   Clemens'),  the humorist   p:aceoi'commei-"'->^cat,contaim-J!i:'640 seres,  has just purchased a summer homo in  ?ore-��!,,siS: , 0. L*��SACLNii:K.  Tarry town.    The place consists  of  19  acres situated-on high ground overlooking" the Hudson. The price is understood to have been $57,500.  -o-  Dattd Jan. 2, low.  4���39.  >"otico to' Deleuquent Co-Owner.j  To Otto P. Johnson, or to Bay verson or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests in Uie ilay Flower mineral claim,  situate about five milesj-iorth of Fort Steele in  the .Fort Steele :Mining Division^of the district  of��astI��oo^uayjB. u��� and recorded m the  recorders oilice of the Fort Steele ilining  IJivision.  A newspaper reporter 'dreamed  one;-,  night (that the, editor  had decided to  get out an   edition''that  was' entirely  _.���..- ;.  satisfactory to everyone.    Every  item      Yoa' ftucieach of you, are hereby notified that  'that was   brought  in   was   carried  ill   "avoexPendedMe^rartr��dandteudollara.lu|.  an   labor aud iinpfovcments.upou.the. above men  that was brought in was carried all  around to different houses and if any  objections were raised it'was promptly"  "killed."    At 3 p. m., the  paper-went  tionod mineral jjlaiia iu order to'hold said  mineral claim under the provisions ofytbe  mineral act and if within ninety days from "the  dateof this notice you fail or refuse to contri-  Dp rp.��. -D       ,r ' - Avox Sphikqs, N. Y., Feb.l, 1901  -Dr,. Tafx Bros. Msdioike Co, -  the wonderful efiect of your Asthmalen, for' thcrcure'of  a 'nm7   fr*  has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for ^X    y   " ' H^ T'  austed. w ow��� skill as well as many others, I   chanced *�� sjyl^  ��!?*        J.M/WUeC0ramei,0ed ^king it about  the first of November    I  ery soon noticed a radical improvement.   After using one  bottle her asthma  has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms     I eel   hat I >Tn  co*s*stenlly recJomraend thQ medici��ie U) a]1 *    P      --    I>I th    I   on  tressmg disease.    Yours respectfully, ^^ 0. D. PHBLPS^M. D:  Dh. Tafx Bzos. MEm01^ Co.        ..���?"= - '   . ^h      mL     '  Chemist and l)r.Wist!  *.f5 K~A       ^Wl  ���   ' '     ^ A. S^EJPHEJSTSISU, Proprietor,  M?nerS-:headquarl,r,.     Good   *iccommod*fiona" f��r  irtvolf.-s.  'liQUOr* ��na cijMiy kept in <;tocl', ���  v jiake Shore'Addition. ���  t^a^W>**'*riST��rzr'��~f*4imila,m:��  u ���� iii r�� r  er near, Porferfa/id I  is on Hand,  ferfoir]*!  Sct'ofjmi  .��VBjrtc��.  .fe-.EiM.  Quality hot.>xceUed in the country;  bejjeonvinced.  J13T  Try it and US  Gentlenaen:    I was troubled with  asthma   for   22   ycar��    I hive  trfod  =^r ssh ���^:l ^~~^r  u -lejici   Aii  once,    l    naveQ since  pur-  top���Snal,and��hcn^ ifna relief   a^   o:  . unlolded it   tnafc evening thoy  found   setherwith all co.t, of adrernsii^' your -in-   chUdrer.and ior St t^"' .^ ever-t'��teful.    I   have family   of iour  Aolliinffbutab:��nkBhbuL    Th*���m���   W/L. ls lnraid��^ ^ to work.    lam   now   in   tho   best of  nothing but a blankeheut. The editor  of (lie paper slop sweetly that night,  realizing'that he had printed noshing  to offend anybody, and1 that his paper  "was entirely satisfactory.  fxestai^  .  ��� ������         ' ��� ������ �����..�����. ������.   ihats^n  J03JVSTOJV   SROS. '7       "  }  ur'Vsrvvsannsiii3e,rjtavi  .    Religions of Kritiah Colombia.  Ottawa, April.-25.���Tlie religions of  British Columbia,- in a census "bulletin  issued today are  summarized   thuc':���  1901,,  Adventists   Anglicans CCh. of England)  Babtists   Baptists (Frbe-will)   Brethren '   Congregationalists   Disciples of Christ  2G0  -10,072  G',506  0. F. DESAULNIER.  DEALER  I  Friends (Quakers)..  Jews   ,..  Lutherans   . .Methodists   . Presbyterians   Protestants   Homan Catholics.'. .,  Salvation  Army.. ..  Tunkors   Unitarians   Unavcrsalists   Unitarians   Unspecified   Various' Sects   Total '..   ..  J 04  1,19'7  99  117  5C0  5,332  25,201  31,176  ail  3-1,227  507  133  do  133  4,902  23,829  178,057  f if o ri'i a f % wpti  nuu-y-iUU-UA iukii  PROMPT DELIVERY.'  i  ' -Queens' A^s. ^   MOYIE?  Farm for SaXo.  A 3G0 aero farm three miles from  Moyie for palo. There is considerable  land cleared and it is well s.lo-;ku!  -.villi hot.*;.-: :;:id pnui'���r>, ^or fn.rUi(ir  infuj-ii'a.fcu 0i>i>]y at 0\h- njiioe     -d-2!>.  ri.iic-joii nut Bpa-ii��ffG.  Tlio inoot complete Health resort on  the coniioCAt oi JCorth America,    fjit-  uaiod   n*.:..' ���;   .'j.-.cii'.-.y   n-.iviv.f';':'.1   tor  eiT YOIJE  PIGTUEEB FRMim  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.-  W��� A. Prest,  Photographer,  Crj.nl-.rook,    r.Toylo,     Pcs-l Stool*?.  ,Wili Visit ivioyie on  Tuesday and Wednesday.  OF POSTAL  no   70 Tff^n'-   ���Writ�� at ��nCe> ad'arGasin^ I>B. TAFT.BROS,' MEDICINE  ^O., fU East l.-JOtn St.. N. Y. Citv       �� "  '    ,.    BOLD-BY ALL.BEUaG-ISTS, -    -  xiarvey    &   SIcOarterJ-eswAT-r?   &  nr wm^  FO VAC STK*E Jjli, >B. 0  Harvey, arcCnrter & Aloxander,  FEfiNIE.B. C.  Barristers &"Solicitors.  |fS,\��-!.S  jRlbfttt- 11  NOXAPJES     P"CBtIC,     COMMI.S-  8I02v AN"D TkSCRAXCE .A0E>ns.  W. P. GITBD,  CRANBROOK, ���       B." C  j Stock  fa  ct>  �����   JS10YIJ3, _ , ��r-��m  ��!S '�� ��� ��� -     *       _ BXUTISH OOI.t'M!-I\   ?[.*^aiS���  ^e^^eese^-e^eTOeTOgGeeceere^eceee-a^-^  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND'MINING MEN''*  Till  ��� i yi-'-S-" -  StUAA: T  !fWSWf I'i  IS'otatJl-  o ' * biurae  fautnila ii  n   &'.sta?31.i6H2;d isrr  i3 -  it  s UVVS'-Mrrt  ESS^LSKS    A��{9    6XPOBTEB8       "      - __ l&fV^J  *!*~i      i  ,    �����   ��� "���������-������'5  ���������� ;f       i   Bn.-.-fftUi.,  AL'1/i^'Oi.l  GSAMEBODK.  Daily market prices  by   wire  from Spokane.  ^^���rmntr:) T -. ��� ��� ,.,.., ���   -       - -    "*   ���'���'T^^^^^*'r-��^*^wi��.J^t.>irf.WWite<ltl)  L33WIB TKO?T��0?T.  municalion with all part3 of the  world. Two mails arrive and depart  daily. Terms, "^15- to $13 per week  according to residence', in hotel or  villas. Its baths cure all -nervous and  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach troubles,  -The baths, aind waters are an invaluable  ^ilyer and lead   poisoning,  'P-VX**  ������ C0PV��:6��TS iC.  Anvono -ipnrtjnt; n. sketch and ���uGi'crh/.lon xaa3  ciHl'-'dv .*i-*oftit/iin our opitnoi) frr*(i v.l.cther an  inv.intioa lu probably nateutdWo. r'r-DiT/iiii.lfa.  i:uiiB&ti-ictlyco:ifl(leiiual.'Hn)i'ai)nokoti "u-ort-i  Patents taken tbro.isb. Jftuim &dfca ilcolVo  special notice, without rjharge, in the      iijco-vo  'd)/r  culntiun Of any sclentiHc .iourtwl.    I'drniP  3. n  ana..;'- ������;:������'���(.. oa >; at-- ^*-��� ��� i?y-y^rf.W "  N'otary P;.rn>rc, ^ccjol.n"  t.*.i,"t, fd-;.; rjssjo.w akj  I;."-,-i:,.'A"::cj; /-ni.xT.  "-���>*"-*^-*W 3 k. fcJi.fj-* A  ELT03S  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent. ,       '  NEW  YORK LIFE,   '.*'.' rd  ���' '..LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,'���  ��� PHG3NIX OlF.BROOKLYN  Insurance Co.'e,  fert Steele,       .  . B? a| Soda Water  and Syphens,  Orders Solicited  ^^T��    FOR     PRIOE    CIRCULARS. [E LEADER.  33.    0.  'HE PANTRY.  pantry;  just come in.  lies are suffering,  a din?  [in tlie pantry;  lor sijuealcs:  \go way down belowi-  'groans and creaka.  Jjn ,tlie pantry.,,  |Tam and Sani  |e (mother   .  pother's Jam.  "in'the pantry.  lizard the noia��  Avhat a racket!  ftho.se boys!  'j:i the pantry;  to tlie Kkies;  glhe rawhide,   -  ��'t H.aved Die pleat '  ��-\tercrt.  jiin tlie comedian "with  hj;u-il, "is 100 feet long  ;uul Us masts are 100  ho'siin isbowlegged,'  iMaii weigh V" ���  7,<-   niK'lior!"    hoarsely  [mjcc as it grabbed the  fevdiit   Itself   rising ' en  violence to the then-  Your -F^lih  d 'will be as strong as ours if yoa try  Shiloh's  0  Cure  and ours is so strong we guarantee a cure or refund money,  and -we send you free trial bottle  if you write for it. SHILOII'S  costs 25 cents, and will cure Co-.-  suruption.'PneumonuijBronchitis  and all Lung Troubles. - "Will  cure a Cough or. Cold in a day,  and thus prevent serious results.  It has been doing these things  for 50 years.  Manitoba wh<.;.,  wuek. The cool  ing  '*J-s oecu  wealln'i- we   _��� _. WL -'Unam    mav     *.  open so  early aii  pated,   and this  do  with     the  wheat  ture,  as  h.ts  S. C. \VEi.r.S & Co., Toronto, Can.  Karl's Ciovcr Root Tea cures Indigeition  Jn life it is difficult to say who do  you the most mischief, enemies with  the, worst intentions or friends with  the, best.���Bulwer Lytton.  Cit-liurds  & Co.  jAfu-r suffering    for,   7  uiiinatoi-y rheumatism  was clen months conjoin, nnd for-.two years  5s myself without help,  iravo   me    a bottle-  of  Que., May J.G,  "189'J.  fo try it, wnich I did.  jell pleased with the re-  rocui-ed more. Five botfly cured me and J  have  Of the pain   for eigh--  the spring mmm  VARIABLE SPRING   WEA'ITIER DISASTROUS TO  WEAK PEOPLE. "  facts are well known to  this  village and neigh-  grntcfully,  A, DAIRT.  je.\ Que.,  May 1G, 1890.'  Even  Usually    Robust,' People   Feci  "Hun   Down and  Out of'Sorts   at  This    Time���Dr!    Williams' ,,Pink  '   Tills  are the. Very   Best   Spring  Tonic.    -' ���    ,  dull t all  are liav-  av-  am    may     not  previously untici-  a grtat doal  to  trading in    Manitoba  at present and jn the near fu-  Koimr f.,^1 V 1/,-J1<'Vtid ]>i' shipments  e,?5 T hy the Jake, the congested state  01  the  traffic remains    and  i        7��.,'St;' iJ' lhat is P^sible.   iVt  ���pcn-tedolHxt the first vessels of the  '    ,1UVl'   Ck'!U'C,d   "om Chicago,  u-s   have  declined    to     the  point  ���u iT ,,,,yers  do not Cttre l0 ^V.  <  Hi  holders  are     unwilling   to   soil  At the close of the week prices were'  -No   1   hard,  721/^c;  l northe.*n,693/.c-  w-i ���     mj';lhorn*  ��CyjC i��� Store Fort  William,   Port Arthur or Duluth    de  ivery first half of April, and  these prices for May.  Country    Wheat���Market  owing to bad roads,  Liverpool Prices���No. 1 northern  spring "whoaf sold at Liverpool on  Saturday at Gs Id.     ,  FLO UR-Ogil vies Hungarian Patent  81 .Or, per sack of 08 lbs.; CIcnora  Patent.. SJ.80: Alberta,' SI .60; Manitoba. .?! .40; Imperial XXXX, $1 20  _ AULLFEED���Bran, in bulk, per ton  fcl4.o0; shorts, $16.50. Delivered in  bags, the prices are ��3 .50 higher.  GROUND FEED-Oat chop is quot-  ��'27 per ton delivered to the  barley chop. ��22 per ton;  mixed barley and oats, $25 per ton;  oil cake, $27 per ton.  OATS���Sellers are asking 45 to  G0e per bus. for seed oats; Hr> to .10c  bushel for feed grades in car lots on  track in Winnipeg: Prices being paid  farmers, at country 'points for No.  to  nw     1 JVt'f cutth'- arc scarce all  i���r *��"��try       Buvera are pay-  fat     T <n^h     "S  4:'/lC  Pt'r  IJound  for  1.iiii,.   for    their regular trade,  "ige of prices  is 4 to 4%c,  c..     ,      ���-   tu    qwality, off cars here.  Stockcis   aie  head   for  for t-  and ti.,. ,,  accorij])),,  .-()  v,-orth $14 to $16 per  yearlings,  and $18 to S20  year aids.  - SfiKEP���Sheep are not plentiful,  and the regular quotation is in the  neighborhood of 5c per'pound delivered here.  Whcii the bad men combine, the  good must associate,1 else' they will'  fall one by one an unpit'inble sacrifice in a contemptible struggle,-  Burke  ViC over  nominal,  ed   at  trade;  -apt to  measure    our-  fr itspirations  instead  of  nee.   But   in   truth   the  |ir lives is the only proof  feritv ' of   our    hearts.���  ���J��a&5*.��33  "Jatarrh in this section of tho  : oil*,.;r <li c\ii>a-i put together,  ;fowyc.irj wdst'apnosod to bo  t great tnaoy years doctors pro-  1 .ii.-e.-ii-c, and proscribed local  ' co.i-.ta'itly failing Locuro with  pronounced   it    incurable.  ��en catarrh to ba a constitution*  sorcforo requires constitutich-  'i.ill's Catarrh Cute, mannfac-  tieney & Co., Toledo, Ohio", is  atioiml cure on tho market,    lt  liy in doses from  10 drops to .'a  d acts directly on tho blood aiid  jf tho system.   Tliey offor ono  for any cr.so it fails to cure.  i flj-d-tustimoiiials.     ..  J. VllESEY & CO.", Toledo, O.  sts, 7."ic.  .'ills aro the best". . ��� ��  of Time    cries  j'liarles Dickens.  to  ma.n.  cough all night nnd disturb  ii-ro ia no occasion for you run-  ���jF contracting inflammation of  bnsumption, whilo you can set  'onsaaiptivo Svrup. Tills medi  jjlis, colds, inflammation oi? tho  i throat and chest troubles. # It  : and easy expectoration, which  llioves tho throat and lungs from  isaid the  Papers. %  soonest mended.  Jiii-fomcnts of tho stomach, liver,  tpo dily removed ��� by tho active  iiifrrcdionts entorin^ into tho  Parnicleo's   Vegetable   Pills.  |t spociflcally on tho deranged  iting to action tho dormant eucr-  |te^, thoroby removing disease  o and vitality to tho afflicted.  ;rr>-\t ?f*crot ofctho popularity of  ttablo Pilis, "    '  situation in life so hud  )t he  rett-ji'ved.���Charles  , 3-''he.   spring months    are \ a  trying  time  to  most  people.   ���  At no  other  time of. the     year    do     health    and  strength seem so hard to gain and to  hold.    You  do not feel .that you are  really  sick, but you feelabout as   bad  as   you    could  if you  were seriously  I fl -   That feeling ought to be got rid  of���and" it can be.    What you.need'is  a 'tonic to emdeh  the blood and free  it- from   the. imnurj ties .which have  lodged  in  you]*    system ' during  the  winter,   and    which are.   responsible  for your  present "condition. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills is the only reliable,  never-failing, toilic- medicine.      These  pills make-new',  rich blood,strengthen the-nerves,  and bring health-and  vitality to"every organ in the  body.  They   arc   an -ideal*   spring' medicine  and the bdst -.thing in the world for  ,all  diseases     having their-origin  in  impoverished  or   impure  blood.   The  case,  of Miss    Belle   'Cohoon,    White  Bock Mills,   N., S.r   is  strong corroboration  of  th'pse'i,,statements.      She-  says :    "Three years ago  this spring  I  was   very  much   run" down.      The  least exertion exhausted med I seemed to lose ambition and a. feeling of  languor   and    sluggishness    took   its  place.   My   "appetite   failed   me    and  my sleep'-.at nights   was     disturbed  and restless.   In fact-1 was in a pitiable  condition.      After   trying    two  or three medicines without benefit, 1  began  tho use of Dr. Williams'    Pink  Pills  and   they     speedily "worked    a  change    for    the  better rand  by    the  time 1  had  used  a half, dozen boxes  I felt stronger  than 1 had done    for  years.    I   have  since  used   the    pills  in the spring and I find them an excellent tonic."  Because of their thorough  prompt action on the blood  nerves these pills speedily  anaemia, .rheumatism, sciatica!'  ,tial paralysis, St. ' Vitus' Dance,  scrofula nnd 'eruptions of the skin,  erysipclus, kidney and liver troubles,  and- the "functional ailments which  make the lives of so many wonion a  source of constant misery. Other so-  called tonic pills are more-'imitations  of this sterling remedy. Get the genuine with the full,-'name "Dr. Williams' Tink Pills for Pale People"  on' the wrapper' around every box.  Sold by nil medicine dealers or sent  j-bst paid at 50 cents, a box or six  boxes for $2.50 by addressing The  Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville,   Ont.  to  2 white  oats     range around 28  ���ile, Brandon rate of freight.,  BARLEY���Supplies' are   light  the price has gone up' 1 to 2c  bushel'for feed barley, which is  quoted at .38 to 40c per  bushel  suitable  barley. Seed  from 40 to 42 cents  HAY���The  floods  districts  have destroyed  tjties  of  hay,  and the price  vanced   accordingly.      Baled  and  per  fiow  for  barley is worth  per  bushel.   <  in     the  country  large quan-  has ad-  hay   is  :' No sadder proof can be'given by a  man of his own littleness than-disbelief in great men.���Carlyle.  UNIMENT for .Sale Evermore.  Too  swift  arrives  slow.���Shakespeare.  The Flow of Milk  will be  and  - and  cure  "par-  worth $G to SO.oOper ,.ton.  DRESSED MEATS-Beef, city dressed, ,.,7 to 8c per; pound; country, V^e  tinder these prices;\ veal, 8 to 9c;  'mutton, Sc; lambs, 8c; hogs, TV^c.  , BUTTEA���Creamery���-There is very  little .creamery to be had as milk is  scarce and local, factories, are, only  making a very" small''' quantity of  butter, not enough for their regular  customers.' 'Winnipeg buyers are paying- 24c per lb. net for their supr  plies at present., , "    "  BUTTER���Dairy���Wholesale.'dcalers  are ��� .paying . 22 ��� cents. per  pound, commission basis, for. fine  butter in tubs, bricks or prints; 1G  to ISc for 'ordinary qualities, while  seconds are "only" worth 10 to 3 2c  per pound, ancl some'of the receipts  do not bring that,much.  POULTRY-Fresh killed chickens 11  to 12i/2Ci per pound, delivered here;  ducks and geese, 10 to lie; and turkeys, 12i^ to 14c.  ' CHEESE���Jobbers are getting ll-/2  to 12V^c per' pound, for cheese.  Stocks now in hand are from Ontario,  EGGS���The-market is steady, at  12c per dozen, commission basis,  which means 9 to 10c per dozen to  farmers at country points.  POTATOES��� Farmers' loads, delivered in Winnipeg; are vyorth 20 to  30c per bushel.  HIDES���No. 1 inspected hides, C.y.c  per lb. delivered in Winnipeg;, 2-3oi 2,  5i,-ie;    No.    3,    4V4c;  kips  and calves,  the mr. jardtne Deferred to  <* lives tn the queen city.  Well-known 'Throughout Canada As  One of Canada's Commissioners'  to the Paris ��� Exposition��� li'is  Statement is a Very Valuable'  , One -.md Has Been Read With  Much interest.  Toronto, April 5.���(Speci-il).���Mr.  ���T. 0 Jardine', whose statement as  to  the wonderful  curative' and  tonic  '   Kidney  Pills  many of  t-he  of  this   city.  305  Crawford  properties of .Dodd's  has, been published in  papero, ii-j a resident  city.- His home is at  street.  Mr. Jardine was chosen as one of  the Canadian Commissioners to the  Paris Exposition two years ago, and  performed the onerous duties of that  office with honor to himself 'and'  credit to his country.  It is to his experience- in the French  capital at this time that Mr. Jardine makes .particular reference in  published stueement in* which he  says :  ��� ''During my stay in Paris T felt  quite run down owing to the cum-  to tiie complete change <aud to, the  worries and, work of our business  there. ;'I suffered not a little with  backache, with a' general feeling of  depression and I found Dodd's Kidney Pills invaluable.  , "I had learned the value of this  m'edicine before going to Europe as  1 had it very successfully for backache, which I- found it relieved al-'  most ,instantly. 'So when 1 went, to  Paris I was careful to take with''me  some of this my favorite remedy..-:.  "Every time I was,,threatened wjith..  a return of the trouble I used a few  they did not disappoint me. They  are the best medicine T know of to  tone up the system generally, and  they do certainly relieve backache  instantly."  ,What Mr. Jardine has said is amply borne out by many others in this  city * whose 'experiences have been  and are. being published from day* to  day. D'odd's Kidney Pills, are certainly withaut-Aan equal as a medicine for those who are "tired out,"  "run down"  or  "used up."   ���  Dodd's Kidney Pills have  dorsed most heartily by all  r4wt> &l*j//ztv, y^^- 44  * hecontinnoua coil r  Wire "Fence ia made of "Pag.  particularly low thisjaeason.  Ornamental Fences and Poultry  ire Fence  _e Canadian climate. J  be made in e11 f ��nce�� :  >^. ^���.ui^.t.w... x- a, which makes an ordinary -.virefenceunserviceable, as when it expands  it becomes so loose as to prove of little value.   Note  Jus make* it elastic and eelf-regulatmg.   The Pass  BOSS & BOSS.  General Acenta. Box 633.' Winnipeg,  Mar.  No man is so insignificant as to be  sure his example can do no hurt.���  Eord  Clarendon.  DR. A, W. CHASE'S  CATARRH CURE...  ' - 5s sent direct tc the diseased  parts by the Improved Blower.  Heals the ulcers, clears th�� tlr  passages, stops droppings in tha  throat and permananuy cures  Catarrh and Hay Fcv��r. Blower  free. All dealers, or Dr. A. VV. Chasa  Medicine Co., Toronto and Buflalc.  Put a seal upon your lips and forget what you have done. After you  have been kind, after love has stolen  forth ^into, the world, and done its  beautiful work, go back into the  shade again and say nothing about  it. Love hides even from itself.���  Professor Drummond.   ' e  MiMif s Liniment Cures Burns  ���Etc.  It is a noble ancl great thing to  cover the blemishes and excuse the  failings of a friend; to draw a curtain before the stains, and .to display his perfection ; to bury his  weaknesses in silence, but to proclaim, his virtues on the house-top.  ���South.  As Parmelee's Vegetable Pills contain mandrake and dandelion, they euro liver and kidney  complaints v.'ith -unerring certainty. They also  contain rooLa and herbs which havo specific  virtues truly wonderful in theii action on the  stomach and bowels. Ht. E. A. Cairncross,  Shakespeare, v-ritos :���ll I consider Parmaleo's  .fills an excellent remedy for biliousness and  derangement oi the liver, ha vine used them myself for &ome time."  Dreams go by contraries and the  man 'who indulges in day dreams ,is  always contrary.  Wre   are  shaped' and   fashioned  what we love.���Goethe'.  by  been en-  classes.  same    price;    deakins,     '25     (o    40c;  horsehides, nOc to* $1.  WOOL���Market nominal.  TALLOW���The  local  price  low is 4V->,to 5c per pound.  for   lal-  Private credit is wealth,' public  honor is security; the feather that  adorns the royal bird supports its  (light ; strip him of his plumage,and  you fix him to the earth.���Junius.  What man is there over whose  mind a' bright spr.ing morning does  not exercise a magic influence.  Fatherless  Children  In  Jap'am.  Japan has only oue orphanage, yet  In no other land nre fatherless children,  better cared for. - Every family cares  for the sick, destitute or orphans nearest to It. There is a superstition that  a childless house is accursed, and people who are uot Messed with children  of their own never rest till they have  adopted some waif."  WHY WOOLENS WEAR THIN.  A SCENE IN A   GROCER'S'STORE.  It is only by thinking about great  and good things that we come to  love them, and it'is only by loving-  them that we come to long for them,  and it is only by longing for them  that' wo are impelled to seek after  them.������If.'  Van Dyke.   *  ANOTHER HAPPY MOTHER.  Tells   .How    Her �� Baby-  Months Profited by  Treatment.  of    Eight  Wise.     '  tardv as  too  LIVE STOCK. '  CATTLE���Beef cattle arc scarce all  over the country. Buyers nre paying as high as 4-Jic per, pound for  fat cattle -"-for their regular trade,  and tho range of prices is 4 to 4.:,!.jC,  according to quality, off cars here.  Stockers are' worth 514. to $16 per  head for yearlings, and ��1S to' S20  for two year aids.    c  HOGS���The market is steady at  6c per pound for choice packing hogs  delivered at Winnipeg. ^  Why go to all the  of keeping  d get only  xlf the milk  should pro-  IGKS  !oos ...  urlfier  strengthens flic digestion and invigorates the'whole-system so that  the-nutriment is all drawn from the  food. It takes just the same trouble to care for a cow when she  eives three quarts as when she  cives a pail. Dick's Blood Purifier  will pay back its cost with good  interest in a few weeks.  50 cents a package.  Leemlug, Miles �� Co., Agents,  noNXWEAu...*- ~ - - ������������  Write for "Book on Horses and Cattle free-  Fly   FiNl.lnp,.  There is no doubt that certain flies  nre best adapted to different seasons,  times of day and conditions of weather, but a dozen flies of different names  will fully answer "all of these requirements.   An angler's flies resemble nothing when cast upon the water.    They  are' simply a something which attracts  the trout.    Color has more allurement  than   form,  and  as  there  are not  so  many colors there Is no use for many  flies.   The general rule Is for light flies  on dark days nnd dark or darkish flies  on light days.    Sizes  are  more to  be  considered than  form nnd  mixture tn  makeup.    A large trout wants something worth his making an effort to ;se--  cure.    It Is doubtless true that an arbitrary  cast of  flies cannot be made  up which will be adapted to.all waters.  Beetw and Tnrnlpi,  Beets   and   turnips   keep   the   blood  pure nnd improve the appetite.  Ilanlfah,.  Hanifah,  the  founder...of- the Hani-  Qtes, the most ancient of the four sects���  of orthodox  Mussulmans,  did not ac  cept the  doctrine of absolute  tiuation.    His commentary on  ran was entitled "The Help."  prcdes-  the E��o-  African   Rivers.  All rivers of Africa have a marked  peculiarity. They, seek the ocean farthest from their source.  Sir, I have just  come' round  myself  to tell you that yoii have absolutely  spoiled a pair of blankets on me.  1 have !   ��  Yes;' sir, you have !  Surely you are mistaken, madam !  1 am not mistaken. I send round  my little girl a few days ago for a  good .strong soap to mash out some  heavy things. In all innocence 1  used what you sent me, and the result is that my blankets are just the  skeleton of what they were. They  are ruined, sir, nnd it's your fault !  Yes, but 1 sent what I usually  send -in such cases. -    -  What you usually send ! No wonder Mrs. Moore, my neighbor, complains pi her clothes wearing out; I  that what c sold you injured your,  soap.  But, madam, I always give my customers what thoy ask for. II.ul you  named a particular brand of soap  you would  have  had   it.  Named a particular brand ! How  was 1 to know anything of brands ?  But 1 know better now, and 1 know  what ruined my blankets���and my  hands arc in a nice plight too !  I can assure you, madam, that it is  not my desire fo sell anything that  will be injurious to either the hands  or clothing of my customers, and 1  shall be glad to know how you prove  (ind you usually send her the same  blankets and your hands.  Well, 1 was telling Mrs, Neill my  trouble, and she lent me a little cutting, and here it is; you can read it:  "Dr. Stevenson Macadam, Lecturer  on Chemistry, Surgeon's Hall, Edinburgh, describes the destructive property of soda 'upon wool very graphically, . d /  - "After mentioning how strong: alkali such as potash and soda, disastrously "affect cotton, linen and wool,  he says.   :���',���'������  "On one occasion I employed this  property.. of soda in a useful "way.  There was a large quantity of new-  blankets, sent to one of our hospitals, which when given out, were  said by the, patients to be not so  warm as the old blankets were, and  that led to an investigatian as to  whether the blankets were genuine  or not.' , They looked well,, and  weighed properly, and I got a blanket'sent,, to me for examination and  analysis.; Wre found soon that there  was cotton mixed'��� with    the Wool,  and the question was as to separating the. two,-because they were thoroughly woven throughout, and it  was only by detaching the fine fibres  from each other that you identified  the cotton fibre. 1 fell on the device  of using soda. I took a bit oi blanket and put it in a vessel with soda,  and boiled it there, and very quickly the wool got eaten away by the  soda, and there was left behind the  cotton as 'a kind oi skeleton���a sort  of ghost���of the original blanket out  of which it was taken. I mention  this merely to indicate to you the  pernicious effects of using caustic  materials, which, when employed  strong ,by themselves, affect woollen  articles in this way, and which, even  when not very strong, will more  slowly, but with equal certainty,  tend to destroy the woollen fibre."  Now, 1 want to tell you that we  neighbors have had a talk o\c-r flic  matter, and we. are not going to  have our clothes and hands ruined in  this way. Several of our neighbors  who have proved to us that Washing Sodas, Potash, Chloride of Lime,  and "soap substitutes" are most injurious to clothes and hands. "Eree  alkali" in soaps is practically the  caustic soda that burns the clothes.  Why, you dare not keep caustic soda  in a tin canister; it must bo in an  earthen jar, or if will even corrode  the tin ! Now, it's for you to provide us with, pure soap without free  alkali, or wo must find'it elsewhere.  Madam, you enlighten rac ! So  many soaps arc advertised at pure,  that I really took little heed to any  difference between them.     ���'���-'.*;'  1 have one,, however, that has medical certificates of its freedom from  free alkali. It is guaranteed, pure ;  and the makers offer $5,()0Q rewar.d  to any one who can prove that' it is  not pure, and'further, I am authorized to return the purchase money  to any .one finding cause for complaint, .'������'  Let me see -it ! Why, Sunlight  So,ap ! It's a beautiful' clean, fresh-  looking soap, arid, this Octagon  shape is very handy. .Give me five  bars. .   .a   ... ' a. ��� ���. '."    .;��� . ���    ,  Notft by tiie grocer.���-This whole neighbor,  hood is using: Sunlight Soap now. I have no  more complaints. I have no room ih my store  now for resinous concoctions of alkali poisons j  but it is not the grocer's fault if tho public aro  satisfied with common soaps.   If tho publicask  for Sunlight Soap--���octagon bar wo givo it  thorn- . '���-;  Teething time is the critical age in  a child's life. Any slight disorder in  the stomach or ,bowels at that time  greatly increases- the peevishness of  the little one, and may have serious  and even fatal results. It is impossible to take too great care oi your  baby's health during this period, and  no .better remedy than Baby's Ownu  Tablets is known for the minor aiL- .  ments - of childhood. Among the-  mothers who have proved the worth  of this medicine is Mrs. R. McMas-  ter, "Cookstown, On't". Her little  baby 'girl was suffering from the  combined trials if indigestion,, constipation and teething, and the  mother's strength was severely taxed  by the continuous care 'the child  needed. A box of Baby's Own' Tablets,- however, made' such' an improvement that Mrs. McMaster , is  now enthusiastic in their praise.  "It gives me great-pleasure to testify'to the value of Baby's Own Tab-'  lets," she writes : " " My baby of  eight- months was much troubled  with constipation ' and indigestion, '  and was very restless at night. 1��  procured a box of Baby's Own, Tab- ,  lets, and the results, were so satisfactory that 1 have not used any  other mr-dicine since. My, baby girl  is now' regular''and healthy, and-get-  ting her teeth seems much easier  an'd she rests a great deal better.  These Tablets are a great help ., to  little ones when teething."  Baby's Own Tablets are guaranteed to contain no opiate or other'  harmful drug. They produce natural  sleep, because' they rpgulate the  stomarh and bowels and comfort the  nerves. They- promptly cure 'such  troubles as colic, sour stomach, constipation, diarrhoea, worms, indigestion and simple fever. They break  ,up colds, prevent, croup and allay the  irritation accompanying the cutting  of teeth. Dissolved in water, .they-  can be given with absolute safety to  the youngest infant. Sold by druggists, or sent postpaid at 25 cents, a  hox,. by addressing the Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. Free  sample sent,on application. Mention  this- paper.  Nothing except a battle lost can bo  half so melancholy as a battle won.  Wellington.  There never was, aDd never will be2 a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  ,to which flesh is heir���the very nature of  many curatives being such, that were tbe,  germs of other and differently seated diseases , rooted in the system of {.ho patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would aggravate the other. We havo, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills. By it3 gradual and judicious  use the frailest systems aro led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves tho drooping spirits of those with  whom, a chronic state of. morbid despondency and lack of interest in lifo is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and refreshing sieep���imparts vigor  to the action of tho blood, which, being  stimulated, courses throughout the veins,'  strengthening tho healthy animal functions  of tho system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening tho frame,  and giving life to tho digestivo organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto have given lo tho public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and.  gauged by the opinion of scientists, Uiii  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   All druggists sell it.  There  ne\er  was a good  war or a  bad peace.���Benjamin Franklin.  Messrs. Nortlirop Si Lyman  Co.  are tho  crcprictors of Dr. Themas' Ecloctric Oil.which  is now beius sold in immenso ncifinliti��J  throughout Itifs Dominion, it is welcomed by  tho sufforinst invalid everywhere withomotlor.3  of delight, boeaiue it banishes pain and give-*!,,  instant relief. This valuable specific for almost  farmer it is indispo'isable. audit should bb in  svery house.  History  example.���  is   philosophy  -Bolingbroke.  teaching  by  lENAED'S.- mmiW Relieves -Neuralgia.  -Content , thyself  good.���-Addison.  to .  bo. obscurely  When washing greasy dishos or pots and pans,  Lover's Dry Soap (a powder), will remove *-o-4  grcaso with, the greatest easo.  It is'only by wisely training the  physical, moral, and intellectual together that the complete man can be  found.���Samuel Smiles.  d'  'I."  ������^mr^'NTlF-v^'***-*?*. -2?  .*��������-���  THE   IJOWI   MOTO  Bill Dev'ere ivas once an editor} llo  has aleo written poetry.    Here   is  otiej TOS&?-*-.- -.-  itlial will aot like soothing syrup- upon       Boarding and Day &kooI conducted  'trJOse who have lost money   in   towns j by'lhe "Sisters of "Nelson, ��� B. 0: ."aH j  ���iike Pasco,. Cray's Harbor nnd   one  or I branches'of elementary, business"' and 1  two near home: ' J high  eJa��*-S   education   taught by   the)  Jown the street "of a wea'.ern town,        , sisters who IjolS rcc"rfinVafes  from   (he '  'Neath the heeling brow of a mountain | London   ' Board ��� of   Education   and  St.   fpgepft'g   Gpnvent. j ^^-^-^^^^^^^s^s^o^^  irsLsbu'.~> .-' i- kvo -^������s ��� h . 'we ' ��.  brown,  .Elbowing his v/ay 'mong  the bustlin?  ,'   .  inroiig,  That_aurged   and swayed  and jostled  '���'    .along       .   ���       -  Game a minor,'old  nnd bronzed- and  gray, f  Science  England.  Department;     Kemjington, j  Apply to Sjster'Superior.    }  *X**ammm��miimmi!U3iumM3imtwn  | BEALE & BWELL      Moyie, B. G,,  AGENTS FOE  passed   on  i  * *���     ,   ,  He noticed noao c.3 ho  way       ���'    '   ���  '��� But bepeoth his breath you could hear  ���    hini say  "D-^���n AnaaortpsI"  Hardware  b.  .     ,( '   ,  ���put the minor toalcbd in Itho distance  ���'    _ cjrpar, ' '   ,  '     ' I ��*rT,P*,pi?t?>i?? ��pa Pin^bin'ff.  As it ha wore drying a- spectre near,    ���And only these words could thollatner  hoar���  "I)���~n Aaabortee!"   '      "'  I ;  , MOYIE,      "������       *   '  CRANBRQO|C  , i.  * i '���  -      .    .'* I  f- jf'i <���'  ,The real estate man, great and gruff,  Sxlenda his hand  and  unloaded old  " '    gU^; '     '"'     '  ' '    '      '  Tie told of a country that made people  rich   -  On a gopher hole or a  swampy ditch,  .Sut the miner was versed iii Los Ange  , le3rlore. '   '  . ' And Santiago, he'd been there before.  Pown in'Walla. Walla heboid a farm,  'And afc Puyallup a house and, barn,  pie sold a mine in the Coeur d'Alene,  .���And a heard of eattle from off I he plain;  All that he had, every inch of ground.  And he'd joined tlie slampede down to  PugetSound; '  .  He dumped it all in'; mado a 'sucker's  play,    'V,  .They told him tho railroad would-come  that way.  -He lived on bolognn, his hair  turned  Sray.   .  And now he's a tramp and ��does nothing  but say���        ', .. '  ' "l*������n Anacortes!" '  City   Shaving  Parlor,;  ,      CENTRAL -'HOTEL.  WESt DIIXE, Prop.  Moyie, B. 0.  moyie's leading hotel.  prOENIX  ASSURANCE CO.   of   London,   L'uglan  IMPERIAL ItfSilRANCE CO.   of London,   England.  UVEREOOL, LONBoV & GLOBE INSUEAJfOEyCQ.  LONDON ^"LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.    ���  WESTERN ASSURAIJCE CO/ "    "    '"'   '       '  BRITISH AMERIC1'ASSURANCE CO.     '.       '  UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY of London, England.  NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.      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The Empire  Tobacco   Co 1  ' ilAS*    ^'    CAMPBELL^  l^ - winning branch, Winnipeg I       Funeral Director   ��� .  i and  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion College of the  United States. Upholstering and general 'furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to..  Meets on the first Wednesday  .evening of each month at*   '  8 o'clock sharp in the court  house.        c  A. P. Macdonald, Pres.  !��:-!&  "Vice-Pres.  a -, \' ���:..',' -  -.   -  :,.-ma  ^��  i '��i( '���  Ah  ���!.  Notice of "Dissolution  ���This is to ,'certify tbat' the undersigned have this day dissolved partner-  ship by mutual consent.  John H.-Hawke, with the consent of  the sanl H.N. Brenton, assigns, trans-  tors and conveys to Francis A. Nolson  alibis right, title and  interest  in   the'  busniess carried on  in   the   name   of  Hawke & Brenton.    The said   H   N  'Brenton.and E.A.Nelson  assume  all  liabilities from April 1st.  J. H. HawEp,  H. N. Brenton.  Sec'y.  Cranbrook,  B. O.  A  v-^w     B0   VEAR3'  9)^^^ TRADt MARKS  ^IttW Designs:  f*��<J!* Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending n Bkel-ih and doscripl.ion mav  r^ilCKly uacartaiTi our opinion-free whether nn  ^      -.".      --���������- ----���-��      will      VIJI1-1WIJ.     J. Id's    ^"a ^��..v��     .fcL1  invention is l��rohably.patbntable. Coninnmlcn-  .ion3f.tneUycorifl(lentfnl. Hasiclboolton PateuU  fc-a." wf���r^f= V,1',163- -"'Kcncy for Bccuriup patcnt3i  1'atonts to,kei; throupli Jlnmi & Co. receive  Wfcurt twtlce, without charKe, iu tho       J,-'-ulve  $^mvm. immtm.  A h'nn&jotiiely- llhiatnaorl wooitly. Larcftnt r.lr-  i,-.iUMon ut -iny Hclonl.ijJ'! Journal. ToririH, s;i ..  Jt'^V��Sir- '��"��     ' W*  8</ d by a11 "owaecHlVrn.  f.,tl mm & Uo.'36����-'����ay.New Vfir!'  M^MiMM <�������"�����, At, y HA \V?-��h\nVw, ll c.  LOWEST RAXES  WEST.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  New York Hun Francisco.  Via. Soo Line.  St.   Paul,   Chicago,    and   all   United  States points.  TOUPJST SLEJ3PEB SERVJCE.  EAST���Leave Kootenay Landing Lan.  ding Thursday and   Friday for  St.   Paul,   Toronto,    Montreal,  Boston.  WEST���Leave   Hevelstoke   daily  for  Vancouver,    Seattle   and    tho  coast.  HOME   SEEKERS  Excursion Tickets on n&lo-, wesf-bcmnd  March let to April iJOtlh  d     Through bookings to Europe ���  via. all Atlantic   hues.    Pre-  *" ���     paid tickets  from   all  points  at lowest rates. '     . '  I"or   Rates, Ma-ps,  Time  Cards,  Tickets and  Kuillurormatiou apply.to Nearest, l,6e��T  Agent, . ���*  G. Hillier, Agent, frloyie.  ���I.S CARTKR, js. j. COYJ.H,  Jliat, I'ass". A*Bt. ��� -.-.. r;ea. Pn^ Af,fc  "uncover.  .COURT MOYIE.  *  No. 40G5  Meets,ou the last Thurs  fiayof each m jiith. V  itinjj brethern iuvited  to attend.  G. T. JtcGREGOR, "R. S,  Methodist [Church  '   ^'SERVICES .  Aro 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  S o'clock.  .  The public are invited   and   will   be  cordially welcome to  attend   services.  W. L. SHERIDAN. '  Pastor.-  mi6/,ESAX,B A��n RETAIL  meat;   merchants  Freeh( and Cured Meats.'Eresh'  Pish,Game  ana, Poultry.    We  supply  ouly   the  best.   ��� Your  trade;solicited.  A*'  .   "   ArABKISTS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns.: in  British Columbia  :, b. a  Headquarters* for East^Kootekay  FOR"FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  ".    Fine   Suitings,7 Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE, b. C  , Prices Givei*.  and^-; Orders  Taken on  Everything,  in the Printing  Line at the  The Leading Ladies  and MensjfEurnisher.  Clothing, Boots and Shoes.  A Full Stoek;of Miucrs.Supplies  Always on Hand.  Call  and  Inspect Our  Goods.  ipps nn  . ,-The finh   apnuul  ?U a rob old erg of ll:n  neoiing  ....  jr  >fOV.'S  Oonl cohipauy was licld in To,  March 7th., ��� '  uf  est  '.-I.-..  'onto oi:'  ?r-^��*xwioi rea.p'er pent auni*  ^(vKitoHh^^^pVofitanu  4 Jl!��--pftpjpttB^Vitwsts are their ,  mmea 4nd��,^-o ' towhmt'. of i.\.r  ����S-��Iroi,oraii���g, A^^-^      >  ft?f^  ki��*'- -runted   j  ^eiM^oftfen-percen?an^;���;l  earned  d los-j.  coal  transports ��� J;l.iJtl^     ?      a��  .       ?^^a. lov.al, eleven oo,���, 'J:  .  J^h^!lA^n-Yulley 0oal ��>^  . boruculiur.1 landa, cHy  water wbri^  ^ctric light plant and ��ho ^1*5  Ashnola,surj.0u���dod.byt:h0 fdliowin,  ���   fe-?ou^; ,old  .eopp',;*   6iU,er>   lQRJ"  * ya��ey, wJiU a pli^to thai f, all     ^'  ' ^.Jd ^ ^-.    >Tou can eec rc ^  , PPfion  on Mk company^ et0ck   W    .  . Wii.gMoonta.pr Blm-e ,d       , ;bJ  lOcontappr-oionih-nnHI  fully  n,;^  with non./or/eiture clause.   Thi    p^.  js subject to twoulv Ovboenh- �� .        '  , Jithoul notice as koT^ J^  Uonis-aas^ed.    Tim present ^ P '  may gam �� profit of $8 flgo        ^;a  -aest   shares   as   a���   t.Xl'h v-��v*  Ol toi   .lollara   p���r ,���0IU|,   ,        ,  ai"  ll? COn,lI��I��"�� Sirs by  I'een    Yalky  Coal Co., Ltd.  Head office Nelson, Ji." C, Rooni "A,"  ���        K.'W. 0. block, 'lifter street1:  -���-FOR��� $  [HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO-.  Expjiess   and  I)E/.IVEKy.g   !  BAaCAUE,  Geneva i  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.   -  VForltfng uniformly and perfectly,  t fflafes the bread and cake always  mt and beautiful, a���d there is never  a waste of good flour, sugan butter  ;and;eggsA ������.:���'���  V^ith finer food and a saving of  money comes the saving of the health  of the family, and that is the greates  economy of all.        f f  %  JS&i  ;-t  i^fi"3��  p-jirf..*^  '���OK  FJ.-'-r--"^  <a>d.Vv  'WjJ*  w��  MOYTE.  P����CE BAKiriG  POWDER CO.,  CHICAGO.  Note,.  �����f l?lrtttr*s. made In ImUntlon ofl..ifcir.  ,-,,!'. ,C;IJ''  1"'t aro <'��r -'it anv |��i*'"���  '-iu.A llv.'y contnin nhini, a ..orrwiv.-1'--'.-^


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