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 B  ��  botmnt  IS;  roffP  hot  fXk  fove than to pay  "1 handier to  otvn  juit moving,   See  parts   of  town  on  'jfoj^****^*^  r^'  MOYIE  �����_ B. C. AUGUST 30, 1902.'  !acy  XALD,  ji  f$.  r��  ��� - ^  Bnt we are still alive and  as anxious to catch trade  as the  eers  r Were to catch him; and  willhe as successful if you  . come and get:our prices on  on the last of our ��� v  ^xtiox* G-bods  :hichamust be sold out in  e, next few weeks.   See ,   V  *"   largeJ assortment   of    ��������  1 and shoes.       ,;.  T*  ^our d'AIene Mine-  owners Back of It.  UOOOTOfflAM  Tta Big Plant Would Em-  , i^oy Between 600 aiid  1,000    Men -Out;'. "  '    look Is Good.   ''    "���  Pots  LOCAL  NEW  Bolt. Campbell  was  in  Cranbrook  lion day.  Miss Josephine Hugging lc-ft Thursday fcr Spokane on a visit.  The sidewalks in  Movie  were covered with frost yesterday morning.  ��� Mr- aQJ Mrs.   Patrick  Higgins   left  this morning for Rosaland to  remain.  Mrs. P. j. McMahon was, up  from  Elko ou a visit this  week.  Frank Johnston of the Moyie hotel  transacted business-in Cranbrook 'this  week.       , '  W. J. Tierney was up from Cranbrook* Wednesday.  o A..li. Trent spent   a   few' days   in  Cranbrook the first of the weak.  A, L. MoDermott, Craubrook'a popular cu.-io��ns officer, was in Aloyie  Tuesday./ .   '  . W. G. Dateman ancl Paul Jensen  are putting Up hay on their ranch on  Craibou marsh.  O. A, Foote was in  Ximberley   this  ,uV I, ., ,1       \   .    . <���  S3 A .YEAR  T.  The Organization  Is  Complete.  COMPANY'S. ,���  j*^" ^'^w Nk-^.-^S-^^:^!  Spolrcne,   Aim-,!,   2d.���The    pros-  IPS^lhjtSpokine will   have   a "ead  waiter io trtaf opeur d'Aleno ores are I       !>    , ���  '  ���'"or than    IhW   ever   w���   ,Wor,Wef.an(J succeeded   in  secdriag   eev,  'i;,bo     pi-.ut   w.,u!d    havo     *.   1^'   ei!al 0-r(,ers Jfo' clothing  cny of aboyt 1,000 'ton*   a   dav/lnd       Mi^ Peter30n   ���3   ��P  from'Gran-  CAPITAL STOCI iSOfLGOO  ii  It Includes Cranbrook luin-  bei:Co.?,McFab Lumber  ���Co., and Park, kit- '  cliell.G'o.  ;y  ADAIN '" BAffi ' "OF,: rC0IMS(c��  Up Capital. $8,000,000��    '���'     ...  "V, '* vi      U i  It-, J  i u     ' ���     , ���  eilUBERJ HAINES, MGR  yi"*.''***- �� ^t*."-jt ity %,,  brook;Thursday.    She now employed  al tlie Cranbrook hotel.        ' '   ,  ���Key. S. J-.Thompdoo of Cranbrook  will preach ia the .Methodist church  here tomorrow evening.  (    Miss Edith Gilchrist has Returned to  Moyitfandis'-employed  tit  the Hotel  -Kiootepay.  , the open season for killing deer,  grouse and ducks begins next Monday  September 1st.  Andrew Johnston aud  M, A."  Beale  The pre8enf output of thc  Ooetfr d'lt^^ ***  .Bpplyin�� *��-liquor  Alene lead mines is about ,4 0CO f    :������-�� " the new tewn of Morri.Be,  of raw ore:and concept     f^f 7 ?��� ****!* *iU ^ labo' <W  -  ' .The organization of the ftastTKoote-  nay Lumber Co.  has  been perfected  Ibis move was started several months  "go, aud  at   one   time   it  looked ,M  in the r.'ay of modern, machinery, and  have It ready fur   operation  by. next  spring. The capacity of the company's,  plant, with,the new mill,  -rill  be  "C  less than $25,000,000 feet per v-n- ��� "  " To Ketain a Uoctoi-.  A meeting  was held   iu  tho'court  houat Thursday afternoon to  consider  the matter of making au effort' to induce Dr. Green to remain in  Moyie  ���  Business has been so slack in the doctor 8 line lately that he has been  contemplating  looking for  a   new   field,  and tbe people of Moyie  do  not like  the idea of being left without a  modi-"  eal man.   A committee was appointed  to circulate amongst  the residents  ot*  the town'and ascercain as   to  wheteer  or not they were willing "to contribute  to a fund fof this   purpose  and   to bo  given free medical attendance  i.i're* ���  j turn.   Another   meeting    has     been  called for next  Monday  afternoon  at    -  the court house between   four a five'  o'clock. , All interested should  make  it a point to attend.  G00 to .1,000 men.  The mineowno�� of that district  ';*vo been considering the, erection of  '��eiroWnsmeiioI8for (he p,n three  "���ontha    per   since   the , conference !  bey held m May with (he Vffidal,  of  Ihe American   BmeUln^   &  itl.lini  company. KelHlioiidiyifH thebinolter  (rust, are .not . saus/actorv, and the  muieownere are \conuidering any  means at hand lor bettering the aitua-  tion.  C��in-Seft -Vt'erd Wei] Satisfied.  n   " ',    i   "   7,"   i"^"5   iU  'VUKeu -as . . The families o/  Mf<s<tm    R"^,vi   o���."  hough the projec.'miglu f.ll tUroKgb, | Huukrlord  am . i�� h�� 1  ^.'I'l!?."?" �����^��� ��*   '���   camp Th�����ay JZ^l S!'  IrUI  X. A. Mackenzie, Proprietor.   -1  basi.   demanded    by   the  ��� American   arrives  fcmelung fc Iteflningcompany.'   If the       T  ��."'     .     ,  mine owners build their smelter   the t0Un'S" P'rin'ter  ^bo  VfiiFSfi*''. ���   a   ,    -       '.a--���.���v, ,. * .  J outPufc'w<>��W Probably, be increased to  spent a Portioa of Ws  summer  vaca*  ^-^raBKJo'r  tlie    TTia.Qcjp.Q'       TPtt'c*���*-^^       ^J'   '    '   ^OOO.tons monthlv.      , .      Loa i^Moyie;js now m   the   Winder-  ^J^m     uae..,masses-"' ��� ��� Ever ythmg Pirst    The outlook k: lead ��,-s g0'0j'��, JJuere dletriei-  3^gy.. re'spebt^ySample'-Booms' for   '   'wi",^i|'����"-  *s  , The capital stock of  the  n^v  company is ,i300,0q0;  divided into ,3 000  shares of .$100 ��� each; 'says the   Herald  0'ie       hundred       thousand     dftllars  of this artiount has'been subscribed by  the members' of tbe  Cranbrook  Lumber company, the AIcNab Lumber  Co  and the Park, Mitchell Co.; the   three  saw- mill companies that  are 'included  ui tbe combination; ami other  parties  largely connected with western"  inter-  eats.  . On Saturday the general meeting of  the shareholders  was   held,   a^d   the  brook. They had ail excellent time  while here,-in boating and fishing and  enjoying the' cool breezes otf the lake  They speak highly of Moyie as a SUm'.  ��ier resort; and gay they intend spend-  ing a" few week* here' each" summer in  fature, "  je  ^^J^ta^6Mtmtahei *��*f ��rain|^^6h;ierinbro0K;M.Leitoh,  Qak  7;" Cbirtmercial ireri.  British Columbia.  !year ago there  000   tyus   on'  been practically  ook ior   lead   is  good   'Al /   " - -        iu   \*   * s "U1  erewa.a   surplus   of'o0 -1    *"���*����' of  Cranbrook  was  here' ft        7*8 heM ar  on   bahd.    Now   that'has I UU'^Veek as ^uest   of   Mr-   a��d   Mrs.     Tr    ^i   '  sally worked off. Keid at their ^mp across the lake "   ���ei ��h' presi(  rZT���L  The ice cream aooial  m'ven   h.  i.��,;       ?'    ' MJ^ibt vi  Lats. Man./'AineiKyan; Cranbrool;  O.D.-^cNaV; Jaftay/ W.  eolnni'an  Lelhbndge;" James i>ark,' '(^faW "Yal-  ley, Ont., and G. R. Muir,'M6yfe  ,    A   meeting .of   the   newly    elected  board was held and  the following" of-  ^:':'l  UB^1D1."X1KR BKOS;  Liir.c sample roiiiiA jn connection  with b'ouse fo'r commercial ;neu.^ Best  of accommodations. -*': v  |r(ers for Comniencial and Mining fVlen.  "i~,        'c *      .      ��� -MOYJK,  I?. C.  Seattle, Z^^L^ \ ^^ ^ ���*^*���-  >     it. -'.-Ihe diBpuie over hog was a very successful   event    The  ie. Iracy.rewaru of *6,500 is  about to (receipts.amounted to over $50  he settled without me inlervcution   nf       n i   r , . ���  tbo court,    Sheri, Gardner uTJ. L^^ZV^"^^   G^  *** the five C��to��� men tha! if  thev I t^^^r01^9 ^L ^  would agree lo.sharo the reward   with  Goldfinch, who gave   the  information  that led to the capture of the fugitive  icient and manager.  . vice-president..  James Ryan, chairman directors.  W, Colpman, treasurer.  A. Moffatt,' Secretary  Sm'okestatK la Etiisea. '  "  . The work of raising the big sMoke-  sta'ck at the. St. , Eugehe compressor  *a8 completed this Week. As' the  smc,ke8tacki880 Wet ia Jength ^  weighs nearly flfe ton's ifwarf ho arfilf  fete to' accoTrnplfthV  but. Chas/ Smith'"-  S.l^r!^Udent 0' th*  *��^>' and* hW.  **?"*** ��&�� t�� 'ffle. t^k;   A'ny* S  was-plAced i��' pbaTtfoh' withouVa m'^/i1;  .scarcity of wi-*'  The ^ty o^ Mi d/ the   G^^  tfesthne ie causing the-sawmill  own-'."  fers considerable  lacdnVenienco.    The  Moyie Lumber Co./for ^stance; ha,e  between 7o and l'00 carloads of  lum.  v> ?*.% IOf   ^P^V  ^d  Park;   ,  itchelciCoialSo'hayeabigrEllDpi;   '  on hand, but neither  are  able   t0 g^  The head office ot the company .will  suffi'^ent cars to fill their, orders 'from  ���at Cranbrook   and    ihA   ����.���   _._.     east nf h���,���.   ��� "  "trom  -     ,,          ^ " ""   F'11^' assumes chareD nf   tho   k,-,,,-  lever, ss able to  be around again.   He  of tho three mil     nri *  ��-a, in Moyie*lor a few rf��v, ��,., "   7. L���.' ^e(7. n"^  on  September  1st,  be at Cranbrook  and   the   new   company assumes charge of:. the   business  be would withdraw  his   objections   to'I- ," "    -- ~ ���  the payment of the money and aid the !in&a< M��>'io Lumhe'r  Co.'s .mill  Cieston posse to secure it.    It is prob-   , 7��. " very .ePWabl��  h��P  al? Pith's  able that'the five men   will   a-rJe  to I .*} ]*al ,e���inff.    It   wa  give Goldfinch a share of 'the  Reward,  ���.���   ���    ,r    .    w ��o��'��.   jib   ui Hiti mree mi  s  on  PehtPmh  jw�� m Moyle*lor a few days recuperat*   and begin." if othcial e^istedce  1 ,    ���   * , i'Je company- has obtained very im  A number of the.young men   work- Jporfaiit franchises from   the   P  P   v  rat     the      Afnvin     T.M��,U��l.      />-*- ...      unrln.l  .. ^   X '      ^  east of herej  WMj-roileUould buy>aii. ,>,.���,,. ,.,.   ���.  '   rr.     , U,1.V        OliOlVXUS-  Xobacco.  Boc-i^e itu the best quality.'  Uecua8e It ls tW mosfc lgetln^ ^w'  ^eciiuife it i3 the laro-nci-   iw ',        '      '  plug. ff    ' Jllsl1 sre;de 3 <" 10c.  Ui^  /^  in which case it will be promptly paid  A\ I as Gardner is   the  only   claimant  be-  ndi^   the  Goldfinch,  Creston   men  and   vouiio j  .  ^   (ion lo-  s   Moyie, August 9a1 902,  'Co ilfy Tntroiisr  [ I take this opportunity of    ,  thanking   the   people    of    '  Moyie   for their genorous  patronage  since"  I    have,  been jn   busine--'- here..   [  have decrdi'd  to cio-"o my  itore for tho pnoson I, ;witf t  (rut-t ft will only h" f.ir r.  short    liiiii*.       I    v-ili    hn  ple.ised at  ali  tinn'-.s la r.n-  b\ver itujiiinc- .md -itpp]*,  o your   w.iuis    from    Cran  brook.     Any   account, re-  niaitiin^ uiipnid   I   would  ask that tliey be ri-mittc'd to  nie at   once as I am im.v-  ioiin   to   cloiU'   the hoolcs>  G. H. MINER.  Norit-'i:.  Ta-ki1 notu'C Unit I Intvi' uiiplit'ii to tin.- t'liic,'  &1 "VCll} o c< /" (-|>:n ��ii��ien'ci o( lnnfl:. mill '.vorK-, Vicforiii  f t/^tj. ct feat*-j 15 C!., /or n t-pcflnl liivii*-'.' to ritl ,'iiid curry  itOPTT" ct��   '       j "way  timln-r -fiom   the   followini-   (Inscribed  i t) oJlOe' Miear.l'croMii linuls  In   tl'.c ^O'ttlusii illvi'.ioii  jf-VT     b--vT, *i oflCnst ICootenny illilricl, !1. A  ���-'W iVllOW CPllllIHMIthl!,'!!! It    IKJ^t    i-iaii!:  ���ilfl'j cf tlio I'  ('. f-'oiui'i ii' n  ! I", .".bout ii ui   ������ i-'nl  in*, fy line.   ' ir.'ii",  .���"Hill ,S0 I'luuii i. I.i' :' '  no' i!i 10 A>i,'.*i'..   ''*   ,''  I ciiliil- aiiii',' Oi") ,'   f Ii-'.:. ,1 .\\<,\rA J-', l'\ '  ��� . ���,.  well  at*  tended and'everyone had a good  time.  Jake   Nelson   returned   to    Moyie  Thursday   from   the    hospital.      Mr. I     " ��� -   -e   tiiree  splendid  Aelaon was. confined   to   that   institu- |pIaataaIreadj' owned an'd ih operation  four  m-onths   with   a ! by ihB c��mpany, it is the intention' to  and other corporations, and   olio'has   ��   PlU'?>  the supplying of ah lumber, ties; piles,     ^^X^*^ ��< ����*���"'  -d other material required by   the C   ^^ ^^^^ud     '  P. B. m the territory 'covered   by   the       tTJ���i^ is -utHriS^S i-ef  lumber company ��� J -     T��nrmoac?'M*0W<idtsdtiSeed  In addition to   the   threV 8p^did ' "^^ ^C�� C�� ' ^  refund  MINERAL ACT ISM.  CfiUtrrrcAXK of T7m/TvOV��ments.  a  to" be  ^au    who  iiis Shoes  us   needs  only  -of  .^-   We'pro-  iS^imiM  all  Imts   of  style-  Jer^ice. it��s-  interest  NOTICE.  l-oi-t'.f.o'^r   -MlE��rnI   CUiw>   "t����te'i��  (Lo  .(.strict      ' .vootcuay  h.n. , Cr-cJl cua 6Hl-,�����   lioad of the  Park,   .Miti'ln-U  nearly  broken ankle.    He is now  able  arouud on cfutcbes'.  LOST���A square gold locket, with  raised monogram en one side and engraved monogram on the other side.  Locket was lost on lower end of Lamb  creek. Finder will receive $5 reward !  by returning same to this o/llce. I  lames Park: of Peep-ib,*,*, Ont.^ and i  '    '  it   Co. of!  METAL ..MARKET.  -ct at some   cent^r^rT^rgrL^^^^ver,  52j ^  -ll^ppediyhh t|ie U*W>^^^  **    t ���^   .^ . ,       '   J-l~��   Oil  jr.  iiis iu-1  Tuk-t- n.jtuo t'i-:t r,T'o->. r. .lrcvu'io  i  C No. DiW'-;. iitoiii forcims.   f.   K,ln,.i,    ,..vu  ^-���'^   --.i,"ito  v���    ll   ,,W|  :u,ei,(,'^(y(lCootonayLt,m()0r    C0|     i]r_    ]tark  ...��..*. *.   i..iii.ii"8,e    u.    i;   L-wr,.-,   ,u(eil(|  M.  ��� fin Mtom tl..-. Into her,' >.', tonpply ,0 [jiu   Yin.  j Ibis place, is here looking afu  tefcdlein thp'org.miz-uion ol   (he Knatl  prosjierous  or  ������5ian we  ���v ^otuire-  ��>?' Shoe  -ion,  1'ilv  I on 11.'* ivl^I  y ii,'  ii,iJ" poM  (i.i:rKivorlk'.M'or1u'i.i!ii;l,lto,li-/mpr0VoI���(;il;bTo>!0   of   Ontario's     most    |MU.  I^'ki^Si:""1'1^"^1 ��' ' (i'-"^ or'  farmers, and is a' hustler  from   aivay  Ami farthtT l��U.  uc.lco   that  .-.etloij,  ,mde-rMCk"'     "''^    "e'Vrt0H��>    bard     hick  *-V''tiou Si.iriu.M 'juroiuiiu'iMvd before'ho i"sn   M��ries.  'iuii-uo/stfeh. Certificate of Improi oments c i  Dntcdihis^uddnyof Ausru-it. lnoj.      "   - Several enquiries are being made a��  ,  iCHAS.e. fakkjell; ���   to when   the   closed season   for   trout i  _._   rornros.'!. Mcvm.K, AlMnt. 'fishing commence, hi British" Colum-  "  bia.    Tbe statute on   the  subiost de* I  (clarcs that ho one shall fish for. catch  I  (fcill/.buy, sell-  or   p088088   such   fial]'|  j-oetwHcu tho lath,day of  October  and!  '-he 15th day of March'. i  1S9G.  MINEEAh   ACT  Crou.-ir r.)  Ci.:nrr'i',ro.\Ti": or nfri:ovKjr'hys"rs,  :<OTirv  T,  K  lii, ii  (ll *li( o"|  ."ii. .ii. I  "'ij*n, '-ilu.iiu in  "   '���   '".>''   Rivl  ���Ml   -, 1   '  (' '.(I!.r./  I'iiii'  > i 'i )  Hf**  VI'  l0  ���!,vil!'  ia  '1 ,'l,c mui  " ,''  -I ' '  ���.  '   .iiUllli- -iii'li'l1 Of I...I.  (.'Ill I  lli'i'U-n- !,) i .I* .1"' , '  tiio followi mr ilt-i.=i-i-I*>:-���-..  the s-outliiii-ii dtvinio.'i oi  bn'(|y,h ooIii':i>I*jm:  ,   ('ommcni'tia: .',.' is i���"''!  'MU nf tin.- li. U,  .-roiiiii  til, tliuliili'  :i  Hi!,, r* . : (,,'i i 'll .i'iik  ' u- IA'' - I ���i-'i - i'i,':i:"i' ,;',',  in..- lli'iii i, t  '/,: fi -in   '  :  T"!-c- ny'i"  I'i  ;, No. 1! ML .''., "  jrio-i'i Ci"i"tn.,'ii!(  N"o   it ; ii.n', ii-.tou.i M.VIV  j ,:,iy* /."Din tlie d' (o Limlh." /,, I'-.iply tu tin; -*,[,-���".  'A'-.l-f j ,;,,,   Ul'lATdOl   fi',   <    ("' .'I'       lltf OI    IlI'lL-OVClJU'/i;  [.,1   thL1 I'llI-pO.'^     -���'-������    '  ���.y yoi-^hcild buy -H-���,r Vja>... cj^yhJ  Tobacco. - I  Jtoo.-.iKc ���' r 1,'JO llP^t ,,..���!,. . I  ii A!!.  Jfi'Villie,  J-  '- I IK'.'i'i.  ��� !ioc.:ii  ill  ''" " '   ' b.-i.i:. J.-,-iron, J\-oe  'it; ii A  i li   Gli'iU oi  i ' rl. :   f,.'nn ,  i-.,,, n  h.nil..-, in J IIj-i i1.!)o\-.j elfltni  ioii!ii��y di?l'ri('t,.j    Am] fiii-uiei- tulio notice  f.'iiU. netion, -\uvh>v j  ���.<i.,.. ;i7, tnusMjccomiiieni'ca boforo the itisiV '  lA.'jolio^f (jmility.  y .- Iho most Ji-'s-fn.rr o.'-.i'v.  II    la   tbo   ll" 'ii...I    I,., .  '"��c-'-bi".i   t'i.i.(.ij.-| or llll'i' *-  li'"*'" ��-   ����������� li��s ato   viilniiLlo   fo.-  IV.i!iJ��lIAttVl.,liIi)o;  , ... 'iniuori -,eu t(i r,.|.|.  !   ������"'"r;yifyou �������<������ not ^ti,,,,.,;-' "���  V" ^''^'WltACOO  Oo��� LTD,  I'lOlHlUIn  | seetiou 37,.  l,li,.i.,*i,oi'tl.,t!,..:.|i;."'>A'^A ��Vj'.-. .('mo .'|  Boulh, ti.em-i'HUrlii.i.i-i v";:- '���,,.',T ' , ,,', ^ /  imjucenieJit.eotiluliiliiifidOi'i'''".-1"'" . \' F XN  Mated Auijust 1st, 1'JO-'. b. i..i,.mlJ{.  Il'lill!    ]K).'lt  ! .-"-���'������'*-���" *"��. ���������������".--- w......i:��L;t;ii l.'UIOrO   t  iiiiiiir Si) j iiiu.'L' ()['.suciiyOci'tii!ciitooi lniproveinenf  !o  SO i      n���i.,.1 tlii-^"iiil ^1,.,-'.Or    ;0._    ..'  J>n(oiI tin's !.!-nd day of At;|'usr, VX)'S ���  '     CUAk'C. FAURKLl,,  for rilOS. 3VMCVITT1E, ArciH.  ,     The fight for   the Blairmore  town '���  (���sitp.iestil  pnaettled, and the final  do"!  oonwillaot   be   rendered   for  two I  niontho. I  Gpod healti depends' mostly npon  uie  food  we   eat.  Wf Can'C be filthy if vve take alum  -othc-poison daily. & ouUo0d,  r      n . L���-ng tor canip,aIwa^:fA^A  ; h(';,;fh !m�� good-food/, i,,,-  nuci.t. flapjaclisy biscuits and'  if O i  vflC  .Uy a  bread.  Pn ie is 'bak i Ma povvdk^ bo  C.-IICACO. '  ���'���, Overgo into'the',woods "^l\, .-  doctor with a cliean a nm t- -Va} lron> ;'  .m the outfit.   SJS'il^^ lyou^lory  Powder in AlRid   f''"bi,!jl'!,K-  economical ih the ?nr?" ,s nios'  ���   f��� }  A   i'   i  " $  ' I     ,t       ;  1    "r  -���   I     '       M  I  ��� i  4.' :i  " i ,-  ,, , j  i ��� l.  ^ i *t  [���    !       ?  I  0 I  1 /  , .  it, I  !    ', THE /LADY  in  By SIR WALTER  BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 bj- Sir Walter Bwaat)  cie, that I once told him -what I could  .earn concerning an unfortunate poet  named Semple. If you would like to  see him, I think r can take you to  him."  ?���. �����    ',  ���i     }   +  t- I  a   1  ��� I t     I  1 J   ���  " 0 I  I -.'.*>y*       ���  "She denies that sSe was married."  ���'Ah:     I   have   heard,   in   fact,   that  thero is some sort of a -story���a cock  , and a bull story���about the wedding."  "Another   woman   was   substituted  Molly was at Lome."  '���Another  woman?    Strange!    Why  was she substituted?   wl.o was she?"  '-  "I know not.    The matter is a mystery.    Certain it is, however, that Lord  I-ylmgdale was married.   I myself saw  the wedding-.   I was in the church."  "You were in tho church?" She  raised her fan for a moment. -You  were.in the church? And Von saw tho  wedding?   Who"was the bride?" '  "I   do   not   know.     At   the  thought it was Molly.'���'  "Jack," sho leaned over, looking me  full ,in,the face, "have you no suspicion?"' '  , ...     i  '"None. I cannot understand how all  In a moment and when he found that  Molly was not there the bridegroom  found means to substitute another wo-  ,man dressed as Molly should  been.   I cannot understand It."  '.'It Js, as you say, strange,  think you will ever*find out?"  "Why uot'i   There are three persons  (he plot-Lord Fylingdale. sir. Purden and the woman.    One of the two  last will perhaps reveal the truth'."  She was silent for a moment.  "Well,  and   what  town?"  mistake not,  conveniently  be-  go  time  I  I thanked him and said that I would  willingly have speech of Mr. Semple.  So he led me down Little Britain and.  by a maze of streets, to a place called Turnagain lane. He stopped at an  open door. The street in the waning  light looked squalid and the houses  mean,  "The darling of Parnassus," he said,  'lies in the top chamber.   You will find  lum  there  unless  I  cause    he    cannot  abroad."  So saying he left me, and I climbed  up the,dark and dirty staircase, some  ot tlie stops of which had been taken  away for firewood, and presently  lound myself at the top of the last  .flight before a closed door. I knocked.  a faint voice hade me come In  fi*;S?re WM "�� fire ln t!le ^replace;  theie was no candle. By the faint light  winch Strug-led through the "window I  perceived that I was in a garret: that  a-1 the furniture visible was a bed and  a man in the bed, a table aiid a chair.  On the mantelshelf, stood a candlestick without a candle and a tinder  have'  Do you  In  bedWl5�� 1S "'" aSkGd tbeiuan ��n the  "I am in search of Sam Semple.   Are  you Sam Semple?"  "I know that voice."   The man sat up.  Is it the voice of Jack Pentecrosse?"  ihe same. , What cheer, man''"  For all answer ho burst'out crying  like a child. w��Jfe  are you doing in  "I  camo to learn,  If I  Cah,  some-  thing   of   Lord   Fylingda'le's  private  ��� Oh, Jack," he said, "I am starving.  I made up my mind to starve. I have  no longer any clothes. I have not even  a candle. I have no money. I have  not even a sheet of paper to write a  letter, and I deserve it all���ves I dp.  serve it all." i  hy his lackeys without salary, without  anything.   Oh, villain, villain!"  Ii seemed as if there was here som<?  epenirig, of what nature I  knew not  However, I spoke seriously to Sam.    I  pointed out that in introducing a bro-  U'ji gamester, a profligate, a man of no  honor or principle,  the companion of  profligates and gamesters, to the simple folk of Lynn, who were ready to believe anything,   he had  himself been J  guilty of an act more villainous even  than the breaking of this contract.    I  gave him, however, a guinea for present necessities, and I promised him 5  guineas more if he would write a history of the whole business 'so far as he  was concerned.    And  I   undertook to  leave this money with my cousin, the  bookseller, to be paid over to him on  receiving the manuscript  And,  this business arranged,  I bad  nothing more to do with  London.    I  .had been, however, as you shall presently learn, more successful (ban I myself understood, for I had learned by  actual presence the daily life and conversation of this noble lord, and I bad  laid the foundation for a proof of the  conspiracy to disguise bis true character, and, what was much more important. I had unwittingly fired the mind  of the mysterious woman herself with  resentment and jealousy.  We were now, indeed, although we  knew It not, very near to the end of  these troubles.  ' I   returned  with  the satisfaction  of  bringing with me the confession of the  conspiracy, which we had Jong known  Still it is one thing to know of'a con  spiracy   and   quite   another   thing   to  have a plain confession by one of the  chief conspirators.    You may imagine  that the poet was not long in writing  out a full and complete confession and  lu claiming the 5 guineas or my cousin  who  took  the  liberty  of reading  the  document and of witnessing his signature before he cave up the money.  (I,,- u'lial (liaiiiit'l for moneys in hand.    Ynur nlie-  jh.'.l >���.'������.'Oil-. ftisic & S-i-s. Att���inr.is.  -A dr.-ift'for moneys in hand;" < ried  (In* manager. "There are no moneys  in li.-iinl! And I hnve to seli without  del.iy ii ta-1 ship, cargo and all as she  stands Without delay! Who is to  buy that ship���without delay?"  I returned him the letter and shook  my head.    My ship perhaps  was thej  one io he sold.   She was the latest arrival.   She was filled with wine.   The  ��� cargo belonged altogether to the house.  So ,1 should be turned'adrift when just  within hail, so (o speak, of becoming a  capiain.    I could,say nothing iu conso-  lalion or in hope. - 1 walked away, my  heart as heavy as lead.    Xever before  had I,felt the true meaning of this ruin  and  waste.    All around  me the noble  edifice   built, by   Molly's   grandfather  and ber father and continued by iter  guardian had been palled down bit by  WATER   RIGHTS INVIOLATE.  Are  bit.  ��� ,(,     .�� i  months' orL.  be  oney and the  J IN.  "Have you succeeded^?"  ,.    "He is a gambler and a rake.    He is  rapidly wasting (ho whole of poor Molly s   (onune.     in, a   few-  weeks it will all he gone."  "Yes,"   she  replied.     "An: wm  gone."    'y ,'. -  "First be took the  m  Jewels."  "What?  took the jewels ?"  "He took, them first,  the lands."  ."Oh, tell me no morel. He'Is wasting  and destroying.   It is his nature. ��� FhS  he took the jewels.   How long ago?"  "Six months ago." '  has had-them for six,months?"    Her  "Why, this is bad.   But let me'first / t 0lJV?er ^ 0thGr the  v,ctlms of  get you some food: Then we will talk- " I Fyhngdale's perfidy and of their  I went down stairs and found, a woman who told me of a shop where r  could get some necessaries, and I presently returned bearing food and a bottle of ���<wine, some-coals and 'candles  and a warm coat, whieh  would be useful.  I thought  Shesat up suddenly."   "He  own wickedness came over, so to speak-  to the other side.'Impelled by rage and  the desire for revenge, and made con-  fession., The first was our old friend  fc��am; the second was Colonel Lanyon  Like the poet, he also, fell upon- evil  days But, less. lucky than Sam,  j had lost his liberty and was now a prfs- I dress  By, the light of tbe candle'and thai ���   ��i��-  fire r could perceive that the condition   ^   ��r dGbt in the Klu-'s Bench Prl*  ie  linlmnrw n���+-  U.���~   _���_-       . . I  Then he sold  I'M ������   A'  <���",'"  ���--11  c     '       i  m:a< a  , i  *  *  i    i r  -           <  *���>*  i  -,;' -  ?'  *���  ,   t  ���    i ' .  of the unhappy poet was miserable indeed.,  Never was there a more wretch-  ed den of a .garret:   The plaster had  fallen from the walls, the window was  mostly stuffed with  rags in place of  glass-m a word, everything betokened  the greatest extremity, of poverty.   As  for the man himself, he had neither  coat  waistcoat nor shoes.    He sat on  the hod half dressed, but the rest of his  -j | wardrobe had' been pawned-or sold  on  The voice of the third confederate  followed. It was a voice from .the  tomb. Sir Henry���Malyns. the poor old  beau who had lived for 80 years In  the world of fashion. w,ho,bad spent  bis patrimony and had in the end been  reduced to the miserable work of a'decoy, as you have heard, was at last  summoned to renderan account of bis  Me. He repented of his degradation  as the secret servant of Lord  Fylimr-  There were no books; there'were no oa-   a  ,     ,  *"  -������  "ynag-  call'L^aTd J18 DOthiDff t0 SL��^ hl��   ^Jl,rT,erled, _!'.w* *��*'re in flfe  ca ling, and there was no sign of food.  At the sight of my basket and its cbn-  With just such a  tents the man fell to.  rage have I seen a sailor picked up at  sea from an ,open boat fall upon food  and devour It.    Nor did Sam finish till    ",  deception which,, led to the promise. If  not the performance, of marriage between his patron and Miss^ Holly And  be-dictated to some one .who attended  upon food   li   Ji f moments a brief note,   finish tm   ^Icb .was accepted in the spirit of for-  he had devoured the whole of the co d   S'.V,eness whlcb he desired"  Uut one felt the loss of a farm or  [a house ,very little. It was not until  the ships, too. were threatened that ihe  full enormity of the thiug, the'iucredi-  ble wickedness of the conspirators, was  borne Iu upon my mind. It threatened  to ruin me, you see. as well ns Molly.  Therefpre J   walked across the  market place to the Crown inn more gloomy  in my uiind than I can describe.    Hitherto, somehow, a ship seemed safe.   No  one would interCere with a ship.    Like I  Lord Fylingdale himself.' I  was readv  (o ask whether a ship could he bought  and sold���that Is to say. 1   knew that  she was often bought and sold. Uut I  never thought that any 6t .Molly's ships  -any   other   ships   as   much   as   vou  please, but'.uoi Molly's ships-could" be  brought to tbe hammer.  The Jady sent word that she would  receive mc.    Imagine my surprise 'She  was none other than the Lady Anastasia.    She was greatly changed In  sis  months.    I had seen ber last.' vou, re-  member, in January,  when   I  met' her  the park." She was then finely dress-  ed.a handsome woman, with a winning  manner and a smiling face.   Thus she  was when 1 met her.    When I loft tier  she  was a  Iwindsome  woman   marn-d  with a consuming wrath.      -    "  Xow   I   should   hardly' have  known  her    She was plainly attired, without  fie    patches or paint, wearing a gray silk  dress.    But tho chief c.hange~was not  j in ber dress, but Iu her face.,  She was  pale   and   ber  cheeks   were   hngg-.rd,  She looked like a woman  who had recently   suffered   a   severe   illness   and  was, indeed, not yet fully recovered  honrt ",7^�� advai,w". Blvlug me her  hand with ber old graeioiisues-s-'-vou  are very good'to come when ! call ' it  is the ,aat tln]e tl)at       ��� obev'.  call from me." ' "      *  "Why the last':tlme. madam7"   '     '  "Because,"Jack,  I  am now  make thee my  biti  enemy for life.'  but her eyes grew humid  er be regarded henceforth as anvil  else.     You   will, despise   me;   ym,  Yet I1 must ueeds speak."  '  i protest I kuow uot  what  SprltiK1-   nnd   AV*'I!��   Im   Pi: li-xl ino  l'l-otectiSl   t>5    Severe   I..mvh.  Water Is the most precious thing i:��  Palestine, and the laws which pretevt  springs 'and   wells   are    very   .seu'iv.  Most of the wells are artificial,    iiich  men sit very'great expense have chiseled basins and reservoirs out of tbe  rocks to receive the flow from springs,  and in many places where no springs  could    be   found ' they   have    drilled  through the limestone'a hundred feet  and sometimes twice that distance to  the artesian basin.  None but very rich sheiks can afford  such an 'expenditure. Nevertheless.  they have not only been the greatest  benefactors of their fellow men, but  those who have sunk wells and built  fountains have'ereeled monunif-uts to  their fame more enduring than palaces  or temples or shafts of granite.  The temple of Solomon has vanished  forever, but the pools which ho-walled'  up with masonry nud tilled with water  still remain.    The wells tlmr Abraham  and Jacob drilled In the rock as ucts'  of piety as well as pbiver are',ns im-'  mortal as their names and will live forever as long as men feel thirst.  , According ,to a just custom of the  country,   water rights could   uever be  forfeited.    No man who owned a well  might refuse  his neighbor  water  for  his foully or his docks, hutithe lord  of the spring was inviolate.    No creditor or   enemy  could   take   his   water  righta away from him/ To Injun* or  till   up  a   well   was  an   unpardonable  crime.. ���\rhen   the   PhlllKtlin-s   threw  earth and stonea into the well of ^bn-  haili.  they Intended  'io challenge  liim  to a war of extermination.   These Vi\*  toms and regulations i-eiualu  todav'-  THE  GREA1  JOl'A  -Arf  Ur  H-l   ,  S,U"   <*��   IJ,.,  1  'It",  ,,f  '�����  ll      '  'IJe��th." s,���| .  ��<;^d ini.,.,(lll;Nl  ofleu.    lnde,*d i ,  collection of Ul  be made under'",)"' ^  Funny Side.' Thr u*��3  of  our  best  llin'i%]hy  -si     ..UliTb   tA'\  U��Sit   VOU  h-ln 'H  tbe you,^ J-^J^  ?"'>��� IL^  '-" lo!-,  verse.  on  broken  i,y.  Uy'k  ���������'mn; '���y  " ft  m  H  ��V,'r   Iji��  Kiil',      li\  last sUiizu was; "Si  "Ills death, vhiph i  ���Al forty od.jTfi^.iL.  ��� 1   ��y went 1|!1(1 , J;,        "*  J'i* ��exton tmio,, '7��t,..  -"^d did J(I10UJ      ''   ,1  battle, who w,S|,,    l0fclM  by his BW.Mni,wm t^-nf  dmself. 'No���lllal    , fI,  f" ��ot?    It has a Uan]tH  '��s   poignant   tr.,KI���   ,S  Maupassant indecl "0ll ��V  <��osttbiS8inm;,8lt,    ^'4  <*-ed  it   from  the o        ^  ,tttt^onryouire���IKt,A  ���ted the first,' tm* ,^."<  the  lovers after  llc "    ^  amputation? u's'  " "5,ut ,when h�� c-uiiwi  olio mado hi  ,    ^na wheu fih�� 3.,w M,  Be^an io lak* i\h.J/^  "This   treatment -j-uij  apalr:  on,Sf  n 'nn:.; a  ' "8o round.his mr-iari"il0'-, .  '    Unlisted In tht- nnt      '  "And thcrah* liune'inj i,,,,.,  ���    ,AB,aiiy null In town* !  F?f' ��houeh JeMMIrhadr...  r    U could not cut Wmdoi.  "There Is a treiiJotidou..* h  ���3t~m  THE ARABS OF  YEMEN.  , i -������  ...  A    Story  , Whlrli  going to  ter enemy���yes. my  She tried to smile.  "1 can nev-  ling  will  face became hard and drawn as with  pain Her smiling mouth becamehard.  ���the light died out of her eves. She became suddenly 20 years older." I won-  Von Zbaf. th]S Ch!Ulse mi^t mean,  iou will think that I was a very sim-  ���* .  i  i  D    '  l  I  )  /  i  I."  'i  Pie person not to guess, more from all  these indications.  She pushed back her  ?hair  and   sprang   to   her   feet     She  walked over to the window and looked  out upon the cold street, in which there  were flying flakes of snow.  Then she  came back and stood before the fire  lou  can  go,"  she said  harshlv,  not  ook.ng   me   in   the .face.     "You   can  b��'      shG    repeated,    forgetting    her  proffered   hospitality of tea.    'About  that woman, Jack, you may find her  jet.   Many a wicked woman has been  goaded  by wrongs intolerable to con "  fess her wickedness.   I think you may  find her.   It will be too late to save  Mollys   fortune.    But when  it  is  all  ���lack.    She turned upon me a wan and  j^ad smile.   -Happy Molly!" she added  laying her hand upon my arm with the  fiweet graciousness that she could command.   "Jack." she added. "I think we  ntld ft'?, tbV P��0r VVr��tel1 wh0 Personated Molly,   it was perhaps out of love  for a worthless man.   Women are so  U ia uot worth or virtue or ability or  character that awakens love and keeps  it alive    A woman. Jack, loves a man.  ibere is nothing more to be said     if  ho is a good man. so much the better-  f not still she loves him."   She sighed  beav iy.    ..Wlmt do you 8ftIIorg   - ~  about women?    Virtue, fame and fortune do not make love. nor. Jack, which  riniT ���t!JiDe f0r you t0 belleve. does  be wckednes. In the world destroy  lnv(' A woman may be goaded into  avenge, but it makes her all the more  unhappy because love remains ��'  I went away, musing oa this woman  iouVr' ' Lt,r fasllIon ft��d affecta-  0'is. f0r lls sbp     )0ke ab c a  tears stood in ber eyes as if sho was  speaking of her own case. But I nV?  er suspected her. I never had tho least  suspicion of her as the mysterious wo- ���  I .took oars Into the city and went to  myfCo,,.s.n's shop, where there Vrl  half a dozen gentlemen talking volublv  fiiend who had taken me to the ~,m  ing house and to the tavern    Wbe^n he  6!nv lM��. he slipped aside.    "Mr   n("i '  crosse/.besaidr.'yourcousirrern;ind8  beef and bread, a goodly ration, and  swallowed the whole of the,bottle of  wine, a generous allowance. Then he  breathed a sigh of satisfaction and put  for hirnthiCk ����at WbiCh J had h^ht  "Well," I said, "can we now talk'"   .  Jack, you havo saved my life.   But  i   shall   be   hungry   again   tomorrow.  Lend mo a little money."  toll1 WH1 lend you a guinea or two. But  tell me first how you came here I  thought you were In the confidence of  a certain noble lord."  "He is a villain, 'Jack.    He re the  fit!5' V1]*'11 mhw*-    0h' bangES  ,im. Sod;for him! Aftera11 l ���I&f  him!   The.lying villain!"  "Tell me more,  get for it?"  What were you to  rn?tJ-M 1 Wh�� rnTente<3 an excuse  for^taking my Iord and hls frlendg to  sn7eThiUnd.GrStand' You Evented the  spa.   The water in the well"��� '  "The water is very good water.   It  could d0 no harah   1 �����   It  or     I invented the analysis, applying  It from another.   I told him aboSt Sf  discovery and the things said by the  newspapers.   There was no discovery  Nobody bad heard of the water    No'  S? oSv Sv?lany ��C his Patients tb^  Ilie only visitors from  London  my lord and his friends "  ;;Tbey were all his friends, then?"  bully aiJd a gamester.   Sir Harry �� a  well^  known decoy.    Lady Anastasia  curse me.  "Madam,  you mean.'  how to begm.    Do yotiA-cmember last  January    when- we   talked   logeihe V  The reverend gentleman ��! I Ifi&X1"?^ ,  like a baib of Ice cold  ary."   ���  Next came the Rev. Benjamin pur.  aen. A M in a truly impudent letter to  Captain Orowle, which the'eaptain read  to us all.   "  posed the whole scheme  rj- .which   _TI.ro���-    ���     strong  IilKTlit   on   Their   Chiirncfer.  ' The Times of India tells the follow  Ing story to show the character 6f the  Arabs of Vemen.   A man of Zaranlks  who several  times cut the tetegrupb  lines aud who was punished more than  once was caught ou one occasion' by  aij Arab sheik i��'charge of the lines  Alhe  sheik   Intended  ,(o  send- bi,u   to1  Meedy for Imprisonment, hut the wire  of the accused came In and stood ns a  guarantee for.hia future good behavior  Ihe sheik accepted the hall and released  him.  but shortly afterward  1./'  again   resorted  to   his old  prtu-tiYo of  cutting the wires and bolted away to,  another village at a distance of a dav's  march,   where   he   had   n.-other   wife  The sheik then'sent for liis'iintt wife  who stood security for him. and told  her be would disgrace ber amon- the  Arabs If she failed.to bring'ln IicMm'ih-  band.     ^  Tho woman asked the sheik   not to  spread the black sheet" (a custom' pf'  the country when any one, commits-a .  breach   of   trust)   until' tbe   roNo-wlii-' '  day., She started that iiight. takln- ��  Iiiiiuqi;ous epltnph!}. riiwl  fancy. 10.000 of tliL-ie, but l^  arualj I can,cecal I. Un ^  Sho went ano day i0 s��,r[.. .'0  ,, j?* ^ ��^����-Sir*  So sho used kero-icni.      ,  ^ And now shu's wh.r*, tii i^  . "TboJotber Is grimmer:  r'Vi'^V n*��*^ a:i things i  Uhoufc-hl m once, and now i^,  "Then  there are songs ci c-  splKthig,aspects   of .una ��  which have caused tend.-r l,i-  dies to double up with mirtk ���}���  Jones und His Sisier Sue" ���>��  song, and I  bet that bin ^  ten in America know it In-!,<-.,-  "Ves,'\tiie publisher cuiicl^  dor the title of'Death'.s Fu,n��:  anthology   of ' many., uuci  could he made.   The ���iiitliol"7J  be bound in black plg.s|;ii,.'(ri'>!  ��ing skulls and crosslwa*, i-..,  K��Id on it-"���Philadelphia a^|  A  Matter  bf  I'rtnclvh  "Why Is it," sa'ys the gir.-tef  giving nn account of an i;c.-iJrti  nlwnys give the age of tin* /*r  Jured?     I   cai/ sa- tljL' st-iisi- on  talking nhoiic littwtz tnid lirau-nt^  mu-stachc- or' t\\\\ lioan\ U i\ \s al'J  CHAPTER XIX.  FJiEE.  Y this time a whole  year bad passed since  the pretended marriage and our submission. Never was a  magnificent property  so destroyed and di.  ,. _, mlnished In so short a  time. Farms, lands, houses, were sold  for" what they would fetch-at half  their value, a quarter of .their value  -yes. ii win tie best  Jk  I co  would  bo  I.wafer in Janu-  her ! 9r a cod, green or Mm- gown iflfVS;  bus-  lilii)  woman, for that is a uie;ni.<��,  cation   for acquaintances  "L remember our conversation, mad-  tl LU .  "You told me-  me?  e.  were  fiy|7J77:;A,oo|Aj;a!  ,. tim\i y 'y:: :.yf':y-s -  I'JIiiAA^Al'-'  -������'*' "JJll.a    _- - '  share   her bank with Lord F^da e  I,?n? ? a "06t of Sl^rpers and vlt  tains, and their business and mtaa  was to spread abroad reports of Se  shining virtues of bis lordship " ��  All this or part of it, we found out  or  guessed.    The  vicar  publlclv  do  noun    d you all at his assembly 7 B��  whatwereyoutogetbyitforyou^  "I was to havo an appointment under  g ���<wreT?"Dt of ��20�� a ^ar at least?"  'T waa to have It directly after the  marriage. That was tho promise I  have it in writing." i,l�����ise.    I  I'And you have not got it'"  clawdail? \ ?ha.U not get ^ When I  relTtt!' S l0rC,Ship askGd me (o  J im I,n!i0,,",H?- ���' S,mwwJ il U> hi'"  SetlJo" X,tu"t,'y-in "^  (-IFylingda.e'lvitir^ir'S,^  "What did he say ?"  "He said :    'Holri  u^...  "On tho marriage " V    ��'  "')' fn'end!  J*, .not married to r! Z Ulat 'she  that lady acknowlod^n W' ���*hcn  I will fulfill mv If, llG "'"������'���btge  fair, is it not ?' n ,��,ni^' '^at is  I-d,ndfo^ his'rU1^ "*  ^y>".     and     the      ���0vt ��" d '",5:-  WM'     locked    ���|���?iXt',^0lr,e,,t    T  '"�����-.      hi reel  AH  the  money  out at  mortgage  had  been called in; all .the money received  at the quay and   the counting  house  had been sent to his .lordship's attorneys.    In one short twelvemonth  the  destruction had been such tbatjn June  there was actually nothing ieft-noth-  I ing out of that princely fortune except  the fleet of ships and the general business.  It was on tbe 15th of June-I remember the date well and shall always re-  .member it The Lady of Lynn had arrived two days before and we wero  moored off tho quay. At 2 o'clock or  thereabout one of tbe stable boys  (rom.the house came aboard bringing  a message for me. A lady lodging at  tbe Crown desired to see me immedl-  ately. The lady had arrived In the  evening in a post chaise, having with  her a maid.' She had given no name  but In the morning had asked If rny  ship was In port. and. on lennmig that  It was. she desired that a boy from the  stables   might carry   this  message  to  1 landed at our own quay. I Hay our  iWD- ^ Jt ���s oo longer ours-that  is, Mollys quay. At the door of the  counting bouse stood the manager In  conversation with the captain of one of  our ships. He beckoned me to speak  with him. When he had finished hi  discourse with the captain., he turned  to me.  "Mr. Pentecrosse," he said, "the worst  has now begum Tell Captain Crow e  I ahoold choke If , hai, t0 le��� ����� ���  Alas, poor man! It seems as if the  work of,his ufe wa8 ru|np( a 'J ���  stroyed.": So saying. be handed mea  Jeter to read. It was from my lord's  attorneys, Messrs. Risie- & Son ������,  suppose," said the manager "Um'rhJ  are   really   acting   for    ,      ,    ,    Gy  It was In Janull pon them six  surprised  me that he  Jack.  ., "what was It you told  ,oe     t��.'ninIJ'nfi abou-t_a-certain-box.or.  case of Jewels."  "'~  "  hil'^'^'f^^'8-   "Y���- l 'oWyou How  his lordship seized  upon  them at the  first when he claimed coutrol over Mol-  Iy s fortune,"  "You told rae that,  ary.     He  had   seized  months   before.    The  th|U  me.    he bad alwavs told  could  not gut those Jewels, aud  you spo. they"wore mv own "  "Yours, madam?   But th'y were Mol-  iy s. .  "*��\ a\ aI1'    Mo{]y after  her  mar-  riage   had   nothing,     ai,   bocnme   r  lord s property. The Jewels were mine!  Jack, mine by promise and compact."  I understood uothl/ig. '  "I  have seen   iu  Fran  kneeling at the hoses where they con-  fess to the priest.    Jack, will you  he  my priest?   1 Can eonfess to you wha  .could never confess to Molly, though  r,e U"   ����*�� Sf"     J-<'   oi>.   i  sharp"*,dagger   concealed'   uiidci'  clothes.1 to the village where her  hand   was   staying.'   She   found   ,,������ .  ���.   <ltV(U ,,���  asleep in his abode and stabbed him. I ��'ho  may  be  interested.  cut   his   throat and   can-led' his   head /even put (he age hi the d.  back to her homo.   The m-t morning"  she went to'the sheik and  presented  the bead of ber husband. Paving: "Here  Is your criminal, and I am*freed from'  the bail.( Please do not nflLv the black'  sheet"���London Telegraph  ��� I i"r..Vv.  %S  w,  ij  ,t>..  ranee the women  Hl��-U   T��rii|i��-rnlnre.  Tommy had'had pneumonia, "so had  been for some lime In hospital, where  they treated him so well that he was  much averse to the prospect of being  discharged as "cured."  '    One day the  doctor in  charge  was  taking    his    temperature,    ami    while  lummy   had ��� the  thermometer  In   his  mouth the doctor moved on and  hap-  pencil to turn his* hack.   Tommy saw  his chance.  He pulled the (hermoinctor  out of his mouth and popped it Into a  cup of h&t tea. i-cplacing it at the first  sign of the medico turning.  When that worthy examined the  thermometer, lie looked lii-st at Tommy, then back .to the therrnomwer and  gasped:  "Well, my man. you're not dead' but  you ought to be!"   , '  now. but if yuu meet with       ft#;<^��  oiit It comes in all the pap,-  :'I,^t��f  But  they  will  never publi  have It on "my mind every i ���  the street, and when theivl-  liirly bud crowd I say to im-  rfliiicinlicp, If you arc run o-,.  matter how badly hurt, yo:  member never to toll your..  matter    of*   principle."   '  ihiyi'  :Madam  Ipray-I entreat"  Thi   Stot  ..T, ''y   ��f   <��'�����   'I'li'kM.  I'-vu-y  ticket  has ||h ���-  ,fli,i> '''cimiiuud w,tll ,lu; |m,,,sli(  sad h��||(.  said  und one of t|J(  Xatarc   lt\N   rilretl   Man.  ' It was In the far south.  "IIow-s times?" asked the tourist.  ed tin"*:il0,.(,r"h1*- ��fat,ger." responded the old man  who was silting 011 .,  ��tunip.   "Ih,d.so,���olreeatoc���tdow,;  but the cyclone,leveled (hem ������d M.iv,.(i  me the trouble."  "That \va.s good."  "Ves. and'then the lightning  to  the  brush  pile and  snved  trouble of burning It."  "H.'markiible!    IJui what are you do-  Ing now?"  "Waiting for nu earthipiake (o come  "long and  shake  the  the ga-ound."  Rejected   Kortonn  Professor, Bel! had a strci.  (��ver his Invention of thetr.'-i1  l<��ok  the  first   worl-hiK nn-"-**  Instrument to John A. hossn-J  fercd  him a  half interest &.'���  saying that it would <!<.> iiHttr-'J  telegraph and that there wi.^l'I  lions In it   Logan replied:'I*/  your iiiachine works port'ecti;��J  would  want  to  talk tliw/T  tiling as that, anyway? 1.1'tf'l  stive your money, young &���('  then offered a tenth IntcrrtC1-  aminer In tho patent o(.ioef��<f,i  ca.sji.   ft was refused.   Tliat!"-'  terest was worth ?l.,"iCO.a,fl!��!  years.���Pearson's. ���  war:  set fire  mo  the  potatoes  out  of  ItuflM-r   Wrj.  "There Is an nt-tjn.iini.-*iifcof =  remarked the do<-loi. "��lioi:',rf  self airs because lie \v.i> K^1  die thirty ye:ivx ago and l>:|3Uf(  scif alive (III now hy u  "How old h, lie now:  feasor.  "Over eight v."  "no's what'you wmiM m'"^.  liariau. Is he?" said I lie l^1''1'-'*''  lug at him with hair" shut--'J'1'*1  l!,i!iU��K[  " n.ski-J l^l  '.v the  Wear  irter?"  asked  nled,  iiiau, our attor  ney, says that there is r.nn..~,." ".  but obedience." noUj'"��.'<" K  The letter was short:  We  have  noted  your  lnfnrrn��.i  tbe lust schedule.    Vou are no"      "  "*"***   '"  ceed tvitb  tho sale ot one vl ������I".,n" l,'�� i<> wm  be sold as she stands on arm-i,,!. "'"*     '''''   "  touch ot the cargo ao belc,,,.,, tt" v,"  "r'   -,'ii'  lord U urgently preaseu i.,i  ������,,,., "   "  '���"i.'"     v  there may be ao delay.   Ueai,uto-   "'   ";'  ''"'''  ter.  "Give a dollar 'u  in pleading toiios.  "Dollar," saiil ti.,.   ,  "Ob    nl,.., �� iu��ney lender.  UM,   please  j.|vc  ..     , '���  (Itiarter!" ",u  "   (!(Jli''"���  '��'  r"Cairtdo it.    Don.,,,,,  'J he boy   was alnu.^t ,.   ���  begged earnestly r, .j,   "'^^ liritl 1"  "I  u-iiut to g(,n,?; I U; "V"1 ,,e ��**'��  ^fiaidasheiaur,,,;;;;^1; 0(;at ��"t.-  terust   nioiiev.   "Tlik   .  a'Cwnt�� as In  ����i-iicd   MooiiinKH  Tender feet are often uia��le%o  use of much darned Hloeki,,...,  hght woolen stockings, and let then, be  of  the cheap kind,  ���1:lt   V0{|   wJI|  '"'nd discarding din-eily \lwf    ,, ,  worn.   To harden the ��!:!,, it'  Plan to rub the soles of  An   A|JiM-(i|iriiilf  *"'"���,  "It Is u prei:y II.HIM'." (I"^  slonable travi-h r iiiin uitin-d. ^  me why do thev e.-ili >��!1 -M "!!,!,  There wns iti'i an'li m"'1'' u" "'  age maiden's race.  "Kvideiltlv." she said nx s'1'  '�� a kikk)  the f,-(.(   wiih  ,i��� , -       ,s OV0I'y day or to wash  them over with salt water.  methylated .spirit?  io   W'l'I'L' (l  lo her brothers, w  Hi1-   brush   wllb   dill'*.  know our favorite food."  net'  VH  he  tor  iHiu'idiroi^^acei;;;;:,/^^''^-  Ave.it filiivering huot' ��   lj0-v  sister's coat  "Is your sister goin  night?"a bystaIuic.r    '  the  '"-���cold with  his  , t0 Ji clance to  vvs    ��� -isked Lin,  No, sir; moiuVi been sl,.|c  .|���'\,       I  hUd'tohock ber coat'fo- n':, A^f *'���   -      ���  ��� ���     "-*��� n.    .She h  tfot to have a  1 doii't miud tl)e  got a job now,, a ii' she's  coat to goto work-in.  cold; I'm used to it."  Raynor-Thls   fort������(.   ,Hlu      ���lts|.  ncss Is all humbug.   One of t���  fessors of p��hulKtrv  told  while ago to look cm'  man.  alf )m"CrI'd��,'l k��o"-"I'ont'lffl being  ah humbug   Vu'blQMll J1I)(1 Vm,        *  Lend me a ten, ��id f(,ilun., wJ1J        .,l  SllAl*r<,l��".'   "���  th.it <>$:  cse pro  "id   me a   little  l'"i' .ii short, blond  Cash lei���J   can't   h��i|("      (,,  madam,    your   liiifba'"1'*1 ''"'  ov(��rdrawn. (>.  Woiiiiiii-IIuIi!   t>v|','l",'l"!'J���iir.  ;suspected���soiiielhiiigiiw:,!' u"''^-i  he signed this check 'u"l!|l0l|[  for me to get the hysterics  ���   Bnirtob.kings    calle d    themselves  Wh kw"Ce V,11;1 (,('litu'T ago, and  of w nKS ca,,Gd themselves kings  ��f Joruea,e"> until the revolution  MortKlilf-''  Did it ever occur  It Is to lift ii Bii��>rf��r����<-  IJostoii Tninsd'P1  hardei  to ralso one?  o you I"*']  �� J     'bin  Ever notice thnt when-JJ"',  larly try to be eutertfllulu* >  siu more?-Atchison <Jk>1,ft  aS* "4 \
Of the Prospectus of the Ashnola Smelter,  Limited
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 0
COMPANY.
President   J. w. St. John
Vice-President P.   E.   Wilson
Secretary-Treasurer F. *\V. Swannell
Board of Directors—J. W. St. John, barrister,   Toronto.  Out; 'P.   E.   Wilson,
barrister, Nelson, 13. C:  Roht. Hamilton,  Wm.  Hamilton  Mfg.  Co.,  Peterborough, Ont: Dr. T. J. Jones, dentist,
Victoria,  B.   C:     D.   R.
Young,    journalist,    Nelson, 13.  C;   J.  S.  Lawrence,      railroad     official,
Nelson,   B.   C;     W.   C.
McLean, railroad contractor, Nelson. B. C; H. R.
.Cameron, financial ae:ent,
Nelson, B. C.;R. J. Steel,
financial     agent,   Nelson,
B.   C; ' J.   A.   Kirkpat-
rick/   capitalist,    Nelson
13.   C.
Solicitors   ;	
    Galliher & Wilson
Bankers, Bank of Montreal
Managing Director 	
    D.   II.   Young
■ Consulting Engineer 	
   W.  Blakemore
Head  Office of the Company '...'.   Nelson, B.   C:
PROSPECTUS.
In presenting ' the prospectus of ' the Ashnola
Smelter. Limited, its directors only wish to convev to
the public the plain facts
4n=eonnection with the pre
of $5.00 per aero and the survey of the
said lands. A portion of (his. land will
undoubtedly be subdivided into town
lots which will he to the mutual ad\ milage of all  com erned.
Samples of coal from the surface of
tho eight-fool'twm mentioned have been
submitted   to   A.   McKillop,  assayer,   of
(his   ore  is   practically  self-iluxing and
its immediate situation  to  the smelter
"vit  certainly should  derive considerable
prulit from this source.
As 'can be seen by tho accompanying
maii.s,   the   company's     coal   lands   mv
favorably  situated,  and "tin.
most   utvoraniy  situated,  and  the com-
...,-.. I'any is therefore in a position to corn-
Nelson,  and hi-' analysis will  be found [ pete with any other coal companv in the
herein, and shows that it is a first-class • province, and with ihe assurance of the
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sent position of the affairs
of   the   company,   and   fee
thnt   by so doing, thev will
meet the approval of'evorv
one concerned.
ASSET'--'
Copper      cliff'"   mineral
claim,   situated   abo,ut   two
miles    from the company's
smelter site at'Ashnola. on
which  a tunnel    has    been
driven a distance'of r,l feet.
The  face  of  this  tunnel" is
all in shipping ore, averaging §20.00 per ton in gold
copper and silver.    The ore
is copper pyrites and lies'in
a true fissure vein, which is
vfidening'-ir.  least  one inch
per foot.    The lod£>e can be
traced   the  entire  width  of
the- claim.
The Copper Bluff mineral claim adjoins the Copper Cliff, and therefore has
equal advantages except that it is not a
uue fissure vein, but a large deposit of
high   grade   bornite  ore,
AiT1T °,c\.from either of these claims
can bo delivered to our smelter by an
aerial tram at a cost that'will not exceed
MANAO [;;.!• A-T
The   present   maun.,,"
intend   to  incur any  p,,,,, -
the company beyond tl,, (" ,S "-'«•
at any time to pav j„, ./'' r':i •'-
proceed as fast as Wm', ,'.'",'','"'' '•■
volopment of the p ,*,,,, ' 1"t|,|,-';
possible advantage, ^j.
modern machinery."   Th,
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ht-ip win ',„  ...   ""-f-j.
tho    manu,., ,,;„;„ r?.'!
this syjj-u-,,, A,., ,     ' <*•
will always i •-.,. , ... /«
METIIOD
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By resolution^ u   .
of directors th„'ln^
shares are
cents  per
to   I)
sold £t 5
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noij-assebsahie    m   ,,J,:
paid-up   or *iil h, sold';
calls    of    •> I-;   ,:onu .:
month   if  rr--*n,.-H   w!;A'
non-forfeiture    r-iai^f.* „"
cept the caiieel!ati„r 0'fl;."
expired 'option, ^ B, ""
will be issn.-d r.,r xit*.'-.—T
ount of cash n-,-, p..
companv.
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steam and domestic coal.
STOCK, ETC.
Twenty-five thouand shares of SimP-
J kainoen Valley Coal, Companv, Limited
non-assessable and fully paid up stock'
and ten acres of land at Ashnola for the
Company's smelter site, have been
placed  in escrow  to-b
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^. V. & E.  railroad  the position of  the
company  will- be a most  favorable one
Its  metalliferous    mines alone.    should
make  the  company's!  pii-ek  sf.ll' at  par?
within twei.ve months form date
ASSAY CERTIFICATE. '
I   hereby  certify  that  the samples  of
ore herewith described and as-saved  for
<i    Plfl Willi ;,,,;
cents,    the    foui-h, i„;a
nt 25 cent*-;,    it ,. r,.\j„,*.'
■ that  this  aino-'iit   '«■';; •'■
stifiieiPiir    for   ,;,, >,.',■,',.'.'.'.
and will put tl;.--\'i,:^:
coal   , mines    i,>i  ri r,"-'.."
basis.    Stock   w ,|  (i,".:".;
advanced accord;
KH'HS and  a,s ia:,
nui'rod,
■   It   will   lie  r'.ii.
'alluring slytcn)..--
in.T made on ) , •.
company,    ,an.!
officer and di--. ■;
In  full for 'tin -i- (
(fame a« any 'nj,
as o.iii he si'.'ii i «
of Ui" company.  .
The follow.uk'
M.-.I 1IA of Hk ;,;
(he coninany;..    ,
J. 'W. "st/john
Out;       Robert
P"ti'i-boriiui:hv' Oir
Wilson,  Nelson,  I!
J.    Jones.     \"ietor:a,    jj
Cameron.'    Winn i pet.-,   '\
A.   "Kirkpatru-k,    Ni
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Lawrence,   Nelson.   P
Nelson, ii. a* W.'i;!,,;.-.
Otic;  C,  B.  Uin-r'"i\   ';.
L. Merrifi.eld, Tor.,,7,-,,, •;
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five cents per ton.   These claims are now
being crown granted. V
The Ashnola mineral claim is sitn-iferi
about  three miles  from  the  company's
■advl^frS*%?%??' purch^ed under
auvice.tromW.  Blakemore   M    p    nn,,
• *ar£i**5 ~" s>iowSM's«r
■ion 26 per, cent., line 21 l)ei. Ce»A    '
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creek, two anV» h,if   '°.*"ed  °"   T,'»u'
as,,,,  lake     On   ,1,'i" m"ai- rroni 0k.'»-
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T'.    - atcomPanyijig  maps.
"^••"iH'tr'hv r;enti0ned  coaI  lauds are
. I iif Brftl8hernf fi0m UlC g0vcri "
'"'s are   niJ nn ^Db,a' and  a]1  fie"
-tic  IJa,d   on   the
«vevParVif rw    ■', ° C6nts per acre
bo oS?nid^lr.e^ °.r. "owe grants
-^SrTKo11^""" M «»" - the
ninr;;ai;i''S^^K^-::---h,(! and
the treasury  to br 1 i r'    f0'""'"^' in-
cash and t^-h^pahf'to n' -*10'000 in
«'-edit on   co,   ra'd J   ■'■ ?mM'0' co,»^ny'a.
^^Hng incoriJaiWl, vff'lHeS in-
tor.to date, in fact j,,? Ii00"" «ai"
]ar of out«ian,| n« ,hih f bJS "^ a do,:
■company. fa n«iijintie.s against the
RESOURCES
■iSct^X"«? s^™
«'!- S:ito^,.;;:ff sS;l=
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fr«t»» Hp LEADER- |AiMOsf lOESPAIR7  B.  are  EiSf^S'Louisiana there  Wio'^eW1^-00 carittls and Punip  gy'AfioW^^11 caPable of hooding [ Suffered  From  These are owned j  bnipanies,   which sup-  is needed to the   rice  THIS'. CONDITION   OK   Mp��  SHOTT, OJ<;ORANGi.j\7i'  ���PlILV  ���I .li  a  Burning   Bunsutl0  "i    the    Stomach���Food   LSe(J  Distasteful  and    She   Crew  and Despondent. .,  ^UlJ.fc  Weak  i-Vom'the  Sun,  Orangeville,  Out.  'The    Sun    is   enabled,   this   MUuk  through  the courtesy  of  Mrs.    John  SftS$  iprse with a supposed  "ingbone     for ��30.00     &noLt'  a ia(Jy well know  Ih     $1.00     worth    of .^��teen,��d by many of'Uie  Orangeville,   to   give   the   particulars  ���aTNIMENT,  and     BUiu ,   ,      - ,      =��---   *���-   i��� utuiui--  Shths for $85.00.  Pro- I       't      . er of..those cures    that   Law  sold  $54.00.  fOISB   DEROSCE,  Hotel  Keeper.  2uc..  Nov.  1st.  1901.  ���".'���*'*;,i  ' ,->ionfi}li  ���Aiii,.^;;  B*ti!  S|.M I 'v/.      "  *��  make  fanIs to.  his    wife dc  jinade    Dr.    Williams'     Pink'Pills ' u  | household    remedy,    throughout     the  civilized  world.    Mrs.   Shotl/ in  con-  jveisatioi- with our reporter,   said ������  " Abou.-.  three years ago,   while   living in  Ingersoll,  I   was  a great sufferer,  from   dyspepsia.      The trouble  hist began, with    severe   headaches  dizziness,  and ' sometimes    vomiting'  Next   I suffered  continually from    a  burning    sensation    in ��� my  stomach ���  food  distressed  me ;   J   cliti  not  si     '  sr^^s b-ins"' -r ^rtsrr=��-'=  ��Iak to travel.  ENT for Sale'Eyerywliere.'  j.makes'a fool  of him-  lasn't the moral co'ur-  arwise.  JpO' houses or flats   in  have one room only;  8y two rooms.    '  t^P^m,- Worm Exterminator  idtxrft$m$j$a.\e of airy similar prep-  rosoldiJp^.'panada'. It always elves  :"��'^ffip^Hrestorinfr   health  to   tho  id  jgMjlEh of opals.  m-  |now holds the record  filing; 3,29S hogs were  into pork sausages,  re hours.  casting ever , orim-ed  Iter,   Penn.    It  was    for  htift    of  a  steamship,  ver  60   tons.  tniiripal debt has grown  millions    in   the' past  low  .in  r.i  very  R    get    Sl'.r>0 a week.  iwork  in vineyards     get j  en hours' work.  ' get  55 cents, a dav.  .-1. l-':ti-  fM  wide' difference between  man and the sclf-infiat7  very   weak.'   I   was   continually   doctoring,    but it did 'me no good.      In  fact I  was. gradually growing  worse  aud    despaired    of   ever     being  well  again.    One day a friend, who" called  to see me.strongly advised me to'try  Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills.   She  spoke  so highly of them that 1'decided  to  take her advice,   and I soon discovered that they were not like  the other  medicines I had been taking 'and'that  I had-  at  last  found  something     to  help me.-  I  continued using the pills  for perhaps a couple of months when  I   -found ' myself    fully   'restored     'to  health. '1 have  always since enjoyed  'my meals with  relish,  and have had  , no-return  of thc trouble.      With  my  'experience T feel, certain that if other  sufferers will give,Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a fair trial they will find a-certain cure," >  Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills enrich  and  nourish the blood and' strengthen the  I nerves.    It  is   thus     that  they     cure  | such     troubles  as   dyspepsia,  kidney  .ailments,   rheumatism,   partial  paralysis, heart  troubles, St.  Vitus' dance  land the ailments that make the'lives  ; of so 'many  women' a source of misery,--     These pills never, fail  to drive  away  pain,1   bring^a glow   of health  to the whole body and make despondent men  and  women,  bright,  active  and  stiong.   Do  .not  take    any  pills  without the full  name "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills  for  Pale People" on    tlie  wrapper  around   the  box.    Sold     by  all  medicine    dealers  or    sent  post-  Bvnn ' pnid at 30 cenls a box or six boxes  for 52.50 by addressing the Dr. Williams  Medicine   Co..   Prockville,   Ont.  ���   CHAIN   AND  PKODUCE  d.^f1,,iiAr~'A-,Ler a V'Ore or less gra-  ;    al decline m prices sinee about the  ���^Aiming   oi   lust  month,   a halt     to  U  downward  course  took place    on  wwk ��ari -]JecuJativ�� market last  A good deal of the earliest part of  uie cop noni Kansas southwestward  is ol poor quality and condition, and  angers   have   been   marketing   freely  o    this  wheat,   and  they are keeping  U-eir  best wheat at home.      As     we  tome northward  the quality is good  "<!  tHe yield heavier.   Harvesting is  1KJW  woH  -"Ivanced  up tb the south-  <-������" part of north Dakota and will be  g<-neral   in  the  northern  part  and   in  Jlumtoba by the end of next week 'if  present lavorabie weather   continues.  there  has  been   unfavorable  weather  m   western     Europe during   the past  ���week,  cold rains  being reported over  l-ennaiiy and also     to some    extent  over France   and   England.     Harvest  is m progress .in   these countries    'at  present.   News ' from   Argentina   says  t-heie  is dry   weather  there,   unfavor-  orable  for crop.  At   Liverpool     on   Saturday  Xo    1  Ss'iad"' SpHng WheUt WUS qU��tud tU  Manitoba wheat continues firm .but  theie is even less business doing than  theic was last week. At the end of  th.s week we quote 1'northern at 74c  spot or'-cn route and 2 northern 72c ���  KLOUK  market  A POSITIVE MAN.  HE SKKijy ABLE TO PROVE THE  'JMtLTu uF WHAT HE SAYS.  ASK  ,E=-Ot=S  Air. Chaiker Makes Some Very Strong  , Statements���Explains   'That He  is  Pj'epared   to    Prove    the Truth  of  Evciy Assertion He Makes.  Spain.  -��� 'AUS^ftALIA'S   MISTAKE.  J  |*iSfe^"����   lleeu Known   ir   They  be  Australian       Common-  ' Montague,  in a   recent  o thought that a great  made hy that colony  knowing  thc ins  and'  nadian federal system.  [sed in Australia      that  If you start out in the morning  wRh a smile on your face you will  be" surprised at tbe number' of pleasant people you moot.  -PL  Mitt  Minard's liniment "Cnrcs Burns, Etc,  Deaf and dumb brides arc unspeakably  happy.  Most women  arc  afraid  dog or a tight man.  of   a loose  Demand   is   light   and   the  ,   ,       i-s     unchanged     as    follows:  Ognyie s  Hungarian,   $2.05   per sack  ol    J8    lbs. ;  GJenora. Patent,  $1.90-  vvvvtt'o-,So1-?F5;'   ^Iani<��'^.     ?1.60';  JHDEFEED - Bran is firm and  worth 515. per tonkin bulk. Shorts  Iirm at $17 r,er ton in built, delivered, subject to usual trade discounts  1 GHOU.ND FEED-We quote: Oat  chop, per ton,, $28; barley chop, ��2-1*  mixed barley and oafs, $26; chop  screenings, $15.50; oil cake, $3ua  OATS���The market weakens as the  season for new oats approaches. The  crop premises well and prices'will be  much lower than at present when new  oats begin to oiler freely. , X0. 2  white oats are offering at J0c to -UD  m store. Koix William. l,\.ecl grades  are worth S7c to '3Sc per bu.sher on  track   Winnipeg '   '  J1* A RLEV���The market is wcnk and  lower, the decline amounting to from  He <o <lc per bushel as compared with  a week ago. The new crop'promises  well. We quote 35c to 3Gc per bushel  for carlots'on track Wiimipeg.-  JIAY���New hay is , plentiful.0 We  quote $7 to ��7.50 per" ton for., fresh  haled  in  carlots on  track.    -  POUl/ntY��� Spring chickens. 10 to  4 5c por pair, alive; .fowl, 70 to 75c-  ciuoks and geese, 9c per pound; tut-  keys,  lie.  live weight!     ���"   "  PUTTER���Creamery��� Receipts  arc  moderately large and 'demand ' good  Prices    hold    steady   at   lGJc  to   17c  pound   lor  rhoiee   quality   f.o.b.  "factory points. '   -'  PUTTER���Dairy���Dealers are paying 13c per pound for choicest dairy  in talis or.boxes, and from that figure the market ranges down to 10c  per pound for low grades, all com  mission   basis.  Housey's Rapids, Out., Aug. 11.���  (Special).��� Mr. George,u. Ohalker, d  well known , resident oi" this place,  Las authorized the publication, of a  letter containing some very startling  statements.  Those who know Air. Chaiker will  not ask (any proof of the truth of  any statement he makes, but to convince those who- do not know him,  he has announced that he is prepared to substantiate in every detail,  the truth of his published statement,  which, is as follows :���  , "It is with pleasure that' }. certify  to the merits of Dodd's .Kidney Pills.  "1 was laid up with .Kidney trouble  and was so bad that 1 could not do  a day's work. My back was very  sore, I had hga'vy, aching arms, dull  bloated -eyes. I was very weak and  much reduced in  weight.  "After I,had used six boxes of  Dodd's Kidney Pills I was ten pounds  heavier. I often wondered about the  powerful virtue of this medicine. I  do not know anything about what  Dodd's Kidney Pills are said to cure  but 1 know a great deal about what  they will actually, do for lame 'back  and Kidney,Trouble, and I can prove  it.  "They are 'worth their weight, in  gold to any one'suffering as I suffered. The six boxes of Dodd's Kidifey  Pills cured me completely and there'  has been-no return of the old trouble.  That is over three years ago, and 1  still  enjoy good health."  This is, indeed, a very strong testimonial for Dodd's Kidney Pills and  one which will have very great weight  with all who, have tho pleasure' of  Mr. Chalker's acquaintajice or friendship.    ' ,'    '  * Dodd's Kidney 'Pills'have made  many friends and aie to-day, without'doubt, the most popular family  medicine  Delicious flavor.   Free from hulls. ,   Warranted Pure.  Put   up   in   all   sized   packages.  ilv:  u ovarian  As now manufactured.   The great 'FAMILY FLOUR.  Insist on getting "OGILVIE'S,"   as they are better than the Best. ,  HAVE    BNIO    EI<QU^\L._  ea/>  'OArtU,  Sfanuxt /ves /w ��4/&rz��, 'tL0~m��/ 4m&f*tt  4s aj-irtL/ -&ri<A��y&&eA&f^  1      * *,    i o     '  TRY .OUF*,  L,  Parlor ���  TheE;B.EddjCo.  Limited.  Hull,        Ganada.  y,fy  Matches  The latest'arid Finest  Brand yet made.  " h  The, voters' lists ' for Paris as revised show the total number or elec-  tois in the capital 'to be 605,279,, as  compared with 5.10,691 last year, an  increase  of 54,488.  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS.  Alore,, Little   Ones Die    During    Hot  Wcattfer Months Than at Any  Other Season.  best!  derat  "-    t  m  fri&S  >m  ��  Poi  mm  Isaacs had the freest tiM 1LI'e A?i9T"K,�� ' q "'"MPH - Mr.  em. lhey called their ''?���/"��� fourteen vears I was Rfflict.e<l with  a commonwealth, and ' * lles* uiul frequently wns unable to witlk'  3U. Th�� divisions nf ?r Slt'- b��t fom- years nu-o I was cured  nvulrt 1,��� k .IOnS �����f- \>>r ����V'4 Dr- Thoma-s' Kclectric Oil. I  "stead of being   called      ..._-..-.  called states. Their  calhd tho House of  s,  ui>d their Senate is  frankly followed the  model and avoided the  .mplu. The result is  r not specifically con-  ederal authority b��-  late.' In this Dr. Mon-  gorms of many- dan-  =��� Tho lieutenantr-gov-  "PPointed  by the fed-  but hy the same im- ��� Pr��o nnd easy expectoration immedinte-  >' that annoints fhn'i-v ���'*?lil?V(?R and'frees the throat and lumrs  ���il 'n,�� JJ..���!,����� A�� fro"' Vlscis I��!,Ipff'". ����"' a medicine thnt  'U.   J ho speaker found   promotes this is the best medicine to use  ��es  7er  . -...   ^ ......K.r        ijo.iT.tiit      '111. X  have- also been subiect to Quincv for over  forty' years, but Kclectric OU "cured it.  unci it was a permanent cine in both  cases, a;; neither Piles nor Quincv luve  troubled  me sineo."  The best brand of resolutions will  shrink a little if tho occasion , requires.  After a girl reaches the age of 2.5  her birthday anniversaries occur  yeiii's apart.  tralia so many   argu- | for   roughs.^ cojds.     indammation of the  j   -w. .w��^,....,        0U...0. ...Liutiuiiuiiuil     \Jl      LUC  ,     I Iuiibth and all alTecti����s of the throat and  uo   chest.        This   is  prccipely   what  Blckle's  " of this'plan that  J'lCiiea  to  lt.   but  Can-   Anti-Consumptive Syrup is ii specific for  CUKES 13���The market, is steady  and purchases have been made at  S.Sc per pound. 'Hie range or prices  is from Sic to 9c per pound delivered  here.  EGGS���Fresh case eggs are worth  L2ic per'dozen delivered in Winnipeg.  DRESSED MEATS���The market for  beef is easy, and the price ranges  from 7 tO'7|c; veal, 8 to 9c. Mut-'  ton is steady at Sic. Spring lambs  are selling at 12$c per pound! 'logs,  7J  to 8c per pound.  HIDES���No. 1 city hides, G^o; No.  2, o��; No. 3, 4Jc. Kips and calf  the same price as hides; deakitis, 25  to 40c: slunks, 10 to loc; horsohides.  oUc to Si.  SENECA ROOT���Prices range from  40 to 42c. according  to quality.  ?c r  will  be disposed    by ' aml  wherever used  it lias ceiven unboimd-  - -   -        ' , ed   satisfaction.    /���--,J--���   ss^t  FK  icnce, to think that  0 real and complete  '"bile the federal auth-  t-')y nominal and      is  ni.,ioii.Ln.,���, Children like it because  it, is pleasant, adults liko it because it  relieves  and euros tho disease. >  -     ���  _..���      .���       About one in every 28 earthquakes  j intercepted and pass-   recorded  in   thc  world  i.s  felt,  in    the  many ways  that      wo   British Isles.  MM  rai  ff*Jfc2  111  JSMs&den  The Trnited States received front  C!oi many during the nineloenth century 5,079,362 immigrants.  MINARD'S LINW-NT Relieves Nenralsia. '  Canada.    They havo  the sound,    smooth-  ition that we    havo  '���e'idy Queensland talks  1,1  (hat province ��� or  Hate?���there Is a great  ie^SwTss. uslry> nmxlo profitable  F-aS��SiraLlon of n��ero    labor  l>Z?fj��^i0,*H>n   Islands.       In   its      Tho     ��ic-"'e-sf-    schooner  is  rJ28JiP-��-  Commonwealth   has   loilff aiul  h,is     wven   "is(s  ib'uf]S^S��lcatlonal test act,      to :,K;in^ ,n,iIt in BosLo��-  ��Jg!HSc,ni8''aiits, which     will  'ci7?ffCSi' yolomon Islanders.  K''rVMWn "a  u'llit<- man's  Aus-  ^try��MQl)eonalancl's  -OI1e erea-t  ^Qtf^^enaC0d with������'destruction  'Uli^S  , 's   Premier, -threatens  ".'SMr    ?m    tho     'Common-  ��S��nagUQ does not A see  SH1?1" can bo.adjusted. The  not have carried, he  180   feet,  Sho is  A new railway Is to bo built from  Southern to Western Australia. It  Will  cost   ��4,400.000.  ��� Mid  5I��t- it was yoked      .with  f'htxM.  ^kt&itli? uAus^��tt"'" bill*'-  w�� V,eh favor wllh Aus-  ����^CLally ?Inco  the men of  s��t hesiil+ , Pe��PIe out thoro  r^'^ffiM i Say that tlio-Oan-  ^ParSSIVr CSt 8oldicrs who  <��� 9tMlSD r,ar- Lnst year the  lars'^K S?ld lhlrty million  ^Whichtr- ��'f"'?oods  to  Austral-  In      washing1   woollens    and  Lever's    Dry   Soap    (a     poivdei)   will  h  fotuifl   voi*v  satisfactory.  flu maels,  he  18  LIVE   STOCK,.  CATTLE���Fat cattle from" tho western   ranges   are  moving  freely'   and  about 2,500 head have gone east this  week.    Prices    are  easier,   owing     to  weakness in the old country, markets.  Choice'export cattl?. are worth'Si to  <lc per   pound at pjint of   shipment  and butchers' grades .'5 to 3-}c.  ,  SHEEP���"Receipts are moderate and  price.'-:  range from  3��   to  ojc per lb.,  off car.---,   Winnipeg.  IIOOS���Receipts are moderate and  (he market is firmer at G{ to Ui per  pound for best packing weights off  cars   Winnipeg.  MILUIl COWS���Cows aie scarce.  (lopd milkers readily bring S-io in  this market, the range being from  ��115 to $-15 each.  DORSES���There is a'good demand  for work horses, and an active trade  is doing in these. Farmers are buying freely for fall work. Driving  horses, lire also in good  demand.  If is a lamentable fact thattthous-  ands   of  little     ones     die     from   hot  weather  ailments,'  whose   lives  might  be spared if mothers had at hand the  ptoper remedy, to  administer promptly.     Holp weather ailments come suddenly, and   unless promptly   treated,a  precious  little life may be  lost in  a  few     hours.      Baby's    Own     Tablets  promptly   check   and  cure   diarrhoea,  stomach, troubles,'    cholera    infantum  and    other     hot    weather     ailments.  They   also  give   relief    to     teething  troubles,    and    prevent   the  ailments  that come at this period.    Every prudent mother    should  keep  a box    of  Daby's Otvn Tablets'"in  the house at  all times. ' No other medicine acts so  promptly and so surely, and the Tablets are, guaranteed     to_    contain   no  opiate  or  harmful   drug.       They    always do good and cannot possibly do  harm, and, crushed  to  a  powder you  can give them to the smallest, sickliest  infant.      Sirs.    Geo.'    Foote,    St.  Thomas,  Ont., says :    "My baby was  troubled with diarrhoea and was very  cross  and   restless,   and got  so  little  sleep 1 hardly knew what to do with  her. T got a box of Baby's Own Tablets  and after giving'her    some    her  bowels* became regular and she" could  sleep    well.     I   think   tho   Tablets   a  splendid medicine."  You can, get the Tablets at any  drug store or by mail post paid at  25 cents a box by writing' to the Dr.  Williams' Medicino Co., Brockville,  Ont.,  or Schenectady,  N.Y.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS!  SANITARIUM  ���Ar-r-oxAA    Lake,  I. O.  scenery unrivalled  Situated    midst,  for grandeur.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America.  Its    baths    cure    all    Nervous   and  Muscular diseases.  Its  Waters  heal  all  Kidney,    Liver  and   Stomach  Ailments.'  They are a never-failing remedy for  all Rheumatic Troubles.  IftSPE&gAL KfAPLE SYBSiP  Tlie quality htaiuhu-d from Ocean U  Ocemi. Your money l>ack if not sat  isfactory. ,---..  ROSE & I.AXLAMJIE, Apts., JIOKTREA I,  Sir Wolfe Barry estimates the loss  caused by the congestion of the London streets at ��2,154,000 a year.  It -is only necessary to read the teati-  iiioninls to be convinced that Hollowiiy's  Corn Cure is unequalled for the removal  of coma, warts; etc. lt i.s a complete  est In^uisher.  TlK  McCrosasa  Rocker.  It .*aves tho wife. It suves  tho time. ��� It paves tho  clothes. Writ* for par1 icn-  hirs. D. I J. Kastabrook  SIS Princess St., Winnipeg;, Man.  A   pretty  admit   thc  one.  girl   is  always   willing  to  intelligence  of   a  homely  The London postofhees are now using girls as well as boys for the express messenger 'service. The girls  must be over eighteen years old, and  they got thirteen shillings a week.  COI>vfttotr| ,  "Ah There, Girls I "  Do you know why you are like  LUCINA Cigars ? .Tell us quick..  Because you are always the same,  sweet and good.  -    MANTTFA0T0HKR   HY  GEO. F. BRYAN & C0.....WINN1PEG  W. N. U. No. 390.  Milk of human kindness is'usually  of a poor quality and little in (he  can.  It.   is   estimated   that   only   one   in  of     the     population     of London  leave  the' city   for  more  than   a  day  at, a time- in the summer.   ,  Women   are  naturally   tender-heart-  i ed.      No     woman    ever    deliberately  slopped on a  mouse.  six  ' Horses, giraffes, and ostriches hn.ve  the largest eyes -'of-.land animals;  Cuttle-fish" of sea'creatures.  People are so anxious, to see some  thing for nothing that they will run  a couple of niiles to see a little shed  burn down.  - might havo'sup-  #������4our. million     dollars'  ave now a  "ft.v'tfi����"'i:*UU|"-lw-uioi  llOTlt,Ian'ffo.ods h  '^lll:M&'an goo,(,s  l,c��tf taSl    T*.fn that market,  80��A��aSlA "\ Preference Just  WherfMF0 Governments get  * bS3f  ��� The father of M. Santos Burnout  has an estate on which 9.000 laborers cultivate forty million collee  planlB.  AyMotli'ICUlei-.'  Before laying a'carpet, rub the board  over withoturpeiitinelo safeguard it  against moths.o :. ��� /  ��� ' .  Mrs. Celeste Coon. Syracuse, N. Y  writes : "For years 1 ceuld not cut  many kinds of food without producintr a  hurnuig, excruciatinp pain in my stomach. I took Parmolee's Pills according  to directions on tho box under the head  oi" .'Dyspepsia or Indigostion.' One box  entirely cured me. 1 can now eat anything I, choose, without distressing me  in the least." These Pills do not cause  puin or trrijnnR., and- should be used  when  a  cathartic is required.  It is easy,,for a ���millionaire philosopher to^'tell, a young man how to  live on $6 a week aiid put monev in.  the savings bank.     A  '^RhtJSI1,*  H��"��"h  on  .illS.,(&  Ma.  I marry must be  ^JofoTE'"1 be !f he n^rles you  The number of ants in a nest varies f^om 12.29.-V to 93.694. These  figures aro from a recent -"<- ��'  five nests  count  of -Parliament  The  British   Houses  construct.  Bula-il I'otntoca.  Ill baking potatoes the flavor is much  improved by first boiling them for  about ten minutes with the skins on  nnd then draining before putting them  iu the oven. . "���    ���  Common soaps destroy the  clothes and render the  hands  liable   to   eczema.  SSSSS^  a  A Bushel of Files  Killed with  Wilson's Fly Pads  an actual fact.  Nothing   else   will  do this.  Books, flowers and fruit are nearly  always welcomed by an invalid as  much for the sake ,pf the kindly  thought as for the gifts  themselves.'  Slate.  Slate ia got out of the ground by  means of blasting, holes being bored  into it with steam-drills.'  REDUCES  EXPENSE  -AbIc for Uie Octagon B&r m  A DINNER PILTj���Many persons suflor  excruciating pains after paVtakiiuv- K-f a  hearty dinner. The food partaken 'oi i.s  hke a bal or,.lead upon the stomach  and instead ot being a. healthy nutriment it becomes a poison to the'system  .Dr. Parnielee s VeSetable rills are wou-  denutcorrectives of such troubles. They  correct acidity,, open secretions and convert the tood partaken of into. heulthv  mitriiuent They aro lust ��� tho medicine  &.ie|,siaf   trpUbIe"   Wilh   i��diSMtion   or  1[.We supply at short  notice complete JOB  PRINTING AND  NEWSPAPER OUTFITS.  ' 1[ We sell what Printers want; Printers want  what we sell.  *f We carry a complete  stock of Type ancl Sup-  , plies for tlie, coin posing  Room, ( Pressroom and  Bindery. ������ .��� ���      ,! .'���',..  TORONTO. TYPE FD|Y::  ���..Company; Limited. !  175 .McDs/rs i   Avenu ,       W unips  A .reduction of 41,000 of the total  number of cattle in Great Britain is  not, on the total herd of nearly 7 -  000,000, of much statistical importance, but it gives the first check to  tha progress year by year since 1894  The  best  place  for  a man   to  a boil  is in  the tea kettle.  nave  MMBD'S \umrn- Cares1 Danflrnic,. ���'   o  Anybody  who has ever employed-a  lawyer can give you lots ol advicel'  *���<* r^izzz^xs-tvjearr** ■»«("wf Ttrvzrzsn.
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P iblisbed in the interest of the "people
of Moyie ai:d I" it,t Kootenay;
I- , J.S.U113 & CO.,
ptibnehe-rs.
E.AT33 QF SDESCr.IPTIQK-
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• SATURDAY, AUGUST, 30,1902.
r Many people in Moyie were made
•happy yesterday. .Eaton's ^11, catalogues arrived.    ,
Olarenoe II. Macksy, who succeeds'
, to a vast estate, by 'tlio death of his
■ father, has been training for a long
; time for Uie'.duties he now takes up.
.He is either vice president or director
-ia most of the corporations with which
•fAlTK ihO'iItL i&c-.-'.iie jwrtiUjrsh-p ..(.-,>-'3
l'nrc cxi:dtii',;hat\;cyj. .tl-iy-uiiiiers^rncd, vU-'.f
1hu tr.M u-mc-of Jc".i-MO-i Lros, h;.s this ■!<-.>
been di-rol'.vd i.y aiuruul coar>i-nt. The Uv-i-
new ivill le hereafter carried oa hv uie f.ii<l
!*. r. JohivlOii'. who a«mmiB aH ij.ii.ililiiv^ f-f
tho saM BiTtuerihsp and lo -unor.? -Ol ,1ei't~
o'.i ii: fi ihe -V1'! partnership mu A i e ]..A<L
A;>i,ri".i   JoliNsnoK,
T'lUJAl' 1 . Jon**.'-"!'??*.
Date J 0th day qf August, II*"'-'.
C ��     V." .     >-f.     t   r
tVIJ'Jey is'ids? J«o. 3 4
Mecf3 every Monday evening in their
hall on Victoria street. Sojourning
Oud Fellow* cordially invited.
P. D. Hope,
J. S:i
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i:i  UiiUry.
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Noble Grand. Secr'y.
1     '   3TOTIOK.
Noiicj i-j )ioii.'by .ii-.cn thct ;>0 days after d..te
X ialen'3 to >i|>p3r ro t'.c Oonvmi-'sioner of Lamls
nnd V.'oi-i-.s for a .<-peci£.l liceii'.c lo cut iinrl
cany aiv*r tlmtor froiri  the  followiug  dfcs-
ClibQu hUKia.
Commencing at a post plmited near the Sol
mile post on the C. I'. Kailw&y ou the west
hank pf the Moyio' river, Kast Kootenay.
Thence Cast to obsins, t'houco south SO chains,
theuce west 80 chains, thence north SO ch.iJns
to point of uommencotaent. Contaiains OiO
flore-J, moro or less. * _    IT. N. EREXTON.
Dated 23th July, 1902.       '   ., £-*6
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,   '" I-fOSICE,
Notice is hereby &iven that, 30 days after date
I intend to ar*uy to the Chief Commissioner of
Mtmnswiui"'"-"   Lands ami works forr.  special   licer,s3  to cat
'   '.   ■h^: ana carry away timher froifi.thc following dea-
his   father  was   connected, and   i» n- | erihed lauaa: . ' '
ilieved.lo be fully capable of  scstMiifng
.,3011 tlOl. ' ^_; m_j ^,
' Lord Roscberry,re.':-ipromior of Great
Britain,'one day arranged to meet a
friend 'at- a country v^ilway otalion,
land the "frisn'd bid'"not arrived when
:01ie' tra;n'7'cftrac"'in .•'-Lord,' Eoseberry
'■appealed to the'Dtatipri-raaslerlp keep
■vjio triiia' r/aitrnc a ^.ex? IT-PP1-3^ l?ut
■■[hp tiutooriVoi ^ ^Pe ^as (Irm in
.   hia refubAl.    'Thereupon Lord Hose-
.'oerry ''held up" the', train'.   Jumping
on to'tlie 'track, he safc down in front
of  the ■ train, and • tlie  only' thing the
'jitation master  could pewundo   him to
■ '-jay.was:   "All right, go on."]
'    Tha "Good Old Days.". <-
A man who ought to know, says  in
those good old days that we   hear  so
.'much about they didn't have  horsles?
carriages, nor cowless milk, then  butter wa/not madefof hog  fat  and  cottonseed   oil, "then   leaflard   was  not
rendered from old'tallow  and   cottonseed, then coffee did not grow on  oak
trees,  and   calfskin    shoes   were  not
•mule of sheep hide,' then maple eyrup
was not made   0t   hickory a bark • nud-.
corn cobri, then Hour v/ab'iiot  made ol
corn, and raspberry jelly didn't  come
'  trointbo slaughter Houses, 'the   styles
didn't ohiinge quicker than the moon;
and mothers   ware"1 not   ashamed   to
own   live" children;   Tue  pemtenliai-
ics wero thon too'lai-feu, now   they   are
'l0l) Biii.illj  and  il   inveiiuns; and  rc-
lormci's keep up the   urcscut   pace   no
one will be able to tell a   maii   fi'Jni -^
',    woman across ihe street in   about  2o
ve:ir.J—Ex.
1 A Skeleton Tiadfiedy.
'    The following is an extract from tho
private casn book of a Spokane lawyer:
Commeiielnsrr.tR post pi anted neai' the'350
mile pest of the C. P. "Railway on west' bank of
jroyiu.i'iver, Kast qCootentiy., Thence east 80
chains, tbence south SO chains,'thence west 60
chains, thence uortli.fcO ehalns to point of com-
menecuicnU Cer.t&iiuiis CIO acres, moro or
lesr.      ' ^      ,      , FRANK A. NELSON".
Bated sr-Lli.) in,, yyZ.   ' ' 5'1(i
Moyie, Miners5   Union
"      KTO= '71.'
Meets in McGregor hall'every Tuesday
evening.     Sojourning    members   are
cordially invited to attends—-—-=■
John Blacki-scrs, P. T. Smyth,
President. Secretary,
rresiJ
We
..Votir
Moyie Board of Trade
Meets on the first Wednesday    ,
' evening of 'each month at
8 o'clock sharp in the court
'   house.
A. P. Macdonald, Pres.   '
Andrew Johnston,   Lewis Thomson,
Vice-Pros. Sec'y.'
J'  -jl:
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, f.r;,piy  enly   'he  bwt.
,(: ■.d3,>-Viicii;ed.
NAXKiycs
In   all   the   Trincipa^
Cities and   Towns] in
, British. Columbia.
CEMBEOOE, B. C.
mlkr-ClVXKTVAlB  FOR  EiRT   KOOTENAY
MOVIE'S  LEADING   HOV-'ISL.
g'insure
its
W. F. GITRD
JVOXICK.
Notice lahcri/y elver that 30 days after date I
Intend to apyly'tc ihe Ohlof Coiamisslonor of
L8nds,&nci worltt/for a'special Ueonsoto out
jiatl carry flvy.-.y timber from tho followiug described lauds!      , i ,
OomiriGu'cing at a. post planted near the 310
milepooton'lho. O. P, .Railway on tbe ca<=t
•baclc of the Moyio river, EB«t Footeuav.
Thonooonsl'80ohfiii»,lkenoc eoutli fcO chains,
thoneowMtfiOobalns, tl.euco north M) chains
to   pobif  of cor-unenccmoiii.   Conlaluine 640
BARRISTER, SOLICITOB, EEC
to
OBANBROOK, ' B, 0
Mining Stock'
acre?, wore or less.
Dated 20th July, 1903.
M. A. 31SALE.
i-10
NOTICE.
Nonce i*" hereby {jiven that 30 days after date
1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and works for a special license to cut
and carry away limber from the following described land*-: <
Commencing at a post planted'near tho 31b
mile i,o-: oi the 'C. P. Railway ou tlie west bank
of the Movie river, Knst KootciiBy!* Thence
east SO ulnshii; thence --.iinh SO chains, thence
vesty.. chains, thence lioith t-0 chains to the
point of commencement. Containing 010
acres, more or less. FllED SLOAT..
Dated liJihjr.iy, 100:'. ' ""^
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days a Jcr date
I intend to apply to the chief commissioner oi
Lauds and W'orks for a special license to cut
knd carry away timher froin the iollov.-in:,- iles-
•, iibe<l lands:    -      '
Commencing at a. post planted at the North
West cornet Oi Lot 2798 group one. East Kooto-
nnv, and liorth of Palmer Bar creek, thence
alJnSl'ttimerlJar creek to Lot, COO I ^roup one;
Yi<t K'joteunv, thence west, to the taouth We^t
Comoro'. Lot 3G01, thmcc nvrtli 40 chttins,
t<3»uce we-^t 80 chains, thence -south SO ebaiu.*-,
tli'-nce'castSO chains to 'point oi commencement, conliiinins C10 acres nioie or Jes-..
- i . r. w. FRITH.
Datc<iytlidc> of" July, 1902,
*     ■    GBANBROQE;
Daily market prices .by   wire
from Spokane.
LEWIS THOMSON,
.Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   .and
, Insurance Agent.
td
Moyie,
3,
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Rubber Stamps, Seals
atencils, „ price markers, pfintiuti
wheel-?/ numbering iiinehines, biu.-n
dating an'd numbering Et^mpa,  cheek
The bast' of ocoomfliodations
for the I'rayeling'publie.
£., J, McMahoh, Mgr, „
E&:
THE ST'." EUGENE M IM 1 >;• i ^ fl■
THE ^lOYIE LUMBER co. (j
VAILK, MITCHELL & CC). H
31EJJ>, CAMPBELL & CO. $
arAcEAClip&N & MACDONALD, 'j
P. BURNS &. CO.     , $
KOOTENAY HOTEL. \
'CENTRAL HOTEL. \
MOYIE HOTEL. jfl
THE LEADER OFFICE. %
G.H. MINER. 1 .     -   -   '      " \
J. J. MURPHY.   • j)
•P.D. TIOPE. ,         ' i
:j.P.FARRELL.
''ifcc.J&c.,r&o.
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NELSON,'
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urintins
1001
Nov.30   Advertisement in The
l,ioview for stenographer    ij!
Uec. 1 Engaged Miss Daisy Remington at $S per week.   . .'
i "Violets Ior Miss Daisy	
l, lunch at D.-ivetipoi't'ri lor
sell" and Mi*j*i K.    .
8 Mi?*i Rt'p.H'ngUm's s.ilan,
I wefk   	
IJ Liineh af, Davenport's for
1 -julf and Mit-d R	
,   12  Bun bo iu- f(,r Mi&a R   -
il TheaLre. Ivliss R. and sell
.30'
perforrttjr*!,    rubber
presses; etc. etc. °
FRANKLIN   STAMP WORKS,
'     Vancouvkr, D. C.
ooer^C9Rix=VT9QW=
A O TICK.
T-ii.i" notice that CO day- after date we iule.i'l
to aptdy to tbe Chief Comna^ionur oi Lands
and Works for a 21 years' Timber Lease of tho
folloiMui; lau'ds Mtuatc on Lamb creek m South
Ea-c Kootenay distiict as follows:
Commencing at a post one and  three-fourth   \VEST
miles north and "IJ degrees
\u-.-t  oi the north
2o
15 J).d*-y's salar>. 1 week   1,5.00
IS Roses for Daisy	
-20 Carriage    to      tlie    pail:
Dais-y and self CS. C. G)
20 Dinner, Daisy nod eeli'  at
Owl Ci\' ••       ■     °-r»°
•22 lXdos.-il.iry,] ate!-'   -   .  20 00
'.Li WhuAioiioC, teal  '.:i'<it lor
west corner ollot2b0l, thence v/esr 103 chain*,
thence north SO chains, theuce AN'-st ICO chains,
iheucc south 80 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence "-oath 10 c'lains, thence east -10 chains
_    ; theme soiuli 80 chains, theuce v,e-~tU0 chains,
2.00 j ^(..^.f. t(mth-10 chains, thence cast o'J chains
I thence =outh'20 chains, thein-o T.-est 20 chain.-,
c; 00 1 thence south 20 chain-:, theuce   'vest 20 chains
'"■      I rhenc-cMiU'h 20 chains, thence ves" 20 chain-.
tbence south 20'chains, thence west '",0 chains.
thence south 20 chains theuce west 20 chains,
1 induce south 20 chains thence west £f) chains,
theuce sortth 20 chains, thetice  west fell chains,
theuce south SO chums  thence ca<-t "-0 chains,
thence north 20 chains iheucc  ea=t  SO chains
iheucc south-10 chains, thence ea-t 80 chains,
I thence nor'bbO chain-, theuce  "a-i  10 chains
City   Shaving   Parlor,
CENTRAL   PlOTEi..    '>
CLINIC, Vroyt.
MOYIE,  B. C.
BOOTS- AND   [SHOES
^--Reoaircd and Hade to Order.
tr0 A. SMITHY,    Moyie.-
ne.*i.. WacEachi:j:n '<k Macdonalds. ,
 MJL-.m ,«,.„. 11,11-, ,-.~^«^^-^^ag-r^q»>.-«.T«g»c»»«.-'g«f"«.
ohasTfT q Amfbbll,
'iTuneral Director
and , '
Brnbalmer. •
Graduate of Champion College ol the
United'Sbilos. Upholsiwing and general furniture repairing. Office and
A*ore, Ailtcu's' block, near Canadian
Bank of Commerce. "Telegraph t and
mail orders promptly attended to.
3ranbrook
Drug and Stationery Stpro,
UGilSi   , Toilet Articles
Office Stationery
School' Supplies,
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SH'l O KICS TAD r,j/C FES TER ISll\R\CQ.
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2.00
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3,00
2 00
3.00
FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO
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MERCHANT   TAILOR)
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trouser.s,   Imported     Goods.'
B.
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r.TBwi*?Micvyn
I'l'gryjj'JMW
wilo	
*1\\ I'alace,      till:
p.iolli'. r Hi-iaw
2!)0,00
thence south 10 cl.ains, thence .e,«.,t 20 chain.-,   'j^XO'Y IS,
ihenec soiith 20 fliriu*-, theucu ea-t '"0 chnuis j '
ihenee nfii 11 -JO chains tl.i uce v,*.-st 2a rji'iin.-., j K-vwetnsxxsm!*.       	
the nee "<*. "h '.0 chains, thc-noe west 20 chains, j ' ,
theuce uurt'n 20 ehniv, thence v e-t 20 cbaius ' ,rrt<«A,T
, neuc, nouh <-0 chains theuce  est   JO chums, '■ B> OIJMT AN      &>     MP! Q£W
O.ei.ce y PI, 1* 1 eh,m-, 'h-ve   "'■-:   JO chains J M.jgPj \ Ml      SL     ft BWUft
rieiu-e.-o1:;:! ■''chain-,  tl.< ".' '   '.*■■!  V'J chains  |
tlitnce ,'i,i;-.'.i --'1 ehii'i's mo'C it lo1^ lo  ii'aee of \
World's' Scenic'• Route.
" DIRECT LINE
Quality notrexcelied in the country.   Try it anj
be convinced.
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Aaas^ij^agis Si^»S^^S^$*53'$:,?355^&&&'*»»^^''«^"^'y'>77^ v ' j
ilii-bs   for
JSast
Winnipeg
Toronto
Ottawa
j ^.[ontreal
; St. .John
I Hulifar
Bos t.oi;
Ni:',v 'irrX
WliPT
Westminslor
Yancouver ;$
Victoria i \&
Hkagaayjg
Dawson 1 p.
Be Uile j &
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i Dati'Ci 1) is 7th <hiy of Angu' •. V.viJ.
the Bejsit Brands of Liquors and
" HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL
,      , ;ANDMINING.MEH t;{)JJ,liU
MOVIE, ..- — -- -- '' ^      ^
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(I       ffi,   amall   i:u.ini:UHJ at   !l»c
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Joseph's   Convent.
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EAVY TEAMING-
i  Upfcer Lake Steamers,,
J IjOJive   Fort-William, Bt'.n.  Tue,  Fri. i
nma*zMJ*umi.imu*.*im,M
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The most complete health resort on
Ihe continent of North America.    Sil,-
aatcd   miiht   sconory   umivalled   lor j
,;randucr.     TTIK   HALCYON    HOT
BiMUNGS" Banitanum, Halcyon   Hot
eprings, Arrow Lake, B, G.    Eesident
.■physician and nurse,   Boating fishing
and  excursions.     Telegraphic   com-
'munication   wHh   all   parts' of    the
world.    Two mails arrive and   depart
<V,*.i>.y.7   ri7'0rao, ii>i;>  to   ipiB   ]>,si"   Avoek
^'KLSON, li. C.
Bo.L-dmij and Day School conducted J.y l lie bii-Aer*, oi St. Jo*-enh, 2-Jelhon',
IJ. C. Commercial and bu.-.inesi-
ooursees a specialty. Kxcollezice and
swift progr<!>--! charaeteaize each de
imrtimmt. Parents should write foi
particular?. One month '\ssure.s ihe
uublie of the tiiorouyuncss of Die
Sistci;,' methods of teaching. (Next
term coin men cs Sept. iht )
i.      Kootenay Steam Laundry.
Wesley Cline, of the Central hotel
barber shop, is now agent ■ for tlie
.Kootenay Steam Laundry at; Nelson.
AH laundry left in his charge will be
jironAoily at tended to. T
be in hiv'orc Tuesday (■"..'...•;
cafilv in advance.
1>.'-CGAGK,
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EXI'RKSS     AND
DlvLIVKKY.''.
VIA. BOO LIME
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Piirni Ior H.'ilfl.
A HOO acre farm three miles iiotn
i Ltoyio for sale. There is considerable
,) land cleared and   it   is   well   blocked
Paul, Duluth   andKtl,hog? a,uI .l,ou!ilr'\ *.\hirta™
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j »ave   i)iinmore   Junction   daily  for
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hh.13 r.oniany '
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and S.ifsrday for Toronto and   al
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: ,. -west'.',;"'
Leave   Eeveletoke daily  for'    Seattle,
'(.Vancouver and coast cities.
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to  Europe  via
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all-
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rA action la always closed, the •^AcV^S^v/tB'r
S mechanism thc mest elm- &--W£-~?M>lf*k
Rple, the finish elegant, the y^S^^'Jffy «3
f's'oim attrcctivc. It 6Ccmsr«i!MJlw#>j//J/ "■w*
B to throw Its builds a
Rmoro occurotely end'
$ thcra with a little more. ov—,1. «f*a
ffthan any other rlRcJ FormKA^ M
S deertakcs 38-55 or 30-30. £y$3&!^S&e- • E|
f?    120-pBcoeauIoR, 300 lllu«tr»- S»M»'iHl''  -• m
Btlona, colored cover by Rcmlosioo.    -\Jyr *-* / . Wi
,, 120-pbco eautoR, 300 lllu..
ti tlona, colored cover by Rcmloat!
5J for 3 stamps.
BMARUM Fib's arms Co.
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Orders Solicited.
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