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 -33  ��� /  ..I.   '   '  ,'-'*<***vf.'*w.  a  \1  JL. 4, NO 36.  ^Sf5*  ft  X  fi."/.  Ml &]  r;,.l        J,,-!  ,f, >        ,*���  ^  ��-:'.-'<. ���  t*-?'    ft"  il'J    K>  'ITIS'Cr.n  m ' ' si   -^ M        &j. $&  S2ut        4*L  YIES B. CL DECEMBER 2i. 1901.  &2A YEAS  t^##���^s^?^ ^^^^^^���<#;^���^"^v-''-^',^ ���  f<' ^ ���  '"  *5r  <*%  1,  nip  $  *  c��  ^Mi%7  ine mines will open ud iu May.      ' W  B ti p L yi fe  t. L irv. la SJ Is I  ;T 57. J? ��n S"  '&* -  hpj.  tne New Scale Is now  LOCAL    NEWS.  y.)  But we don't want to wail'fill Rummer comes before  wcrt'll our winter goods. j��� view of thi, we h.ive determined to reduce oar Inige stock of winter clothing  b\ reducing the price." ' '  ��� n, have  '')(���*  fa  J3eiK'ecn now and the next issue of this pnper yon  can  have a good suit of clothes  m  m  K  sbi  w  mm 7  1 h i���  1 JULlj    I.  DM1 STATES  Producers Tolt It Would Be'  Best for Their. In--  terssfc to Make*  "  Redaction,  l6L  V  i*. i?..jTj ��  j<  i?  OOMIJANT.  ��� '^^���'*��^->5fc*'*u**������.->^.*X^<'*"-^*"^--5;v     ^���'^-���'���S?'-"^  Now York, Uec.'20-.��� Bi giniung today the new and reduced, price forii-ad  will go into ollVcl. At a, meeting of  the expcut?'*-e eommittee of tiie Am-?ri'  can Smelting tt Refining Comp.tny' ii  wan deeiil.'d to cut-'tlns1 price of leiui  fniin'f.37.] cents a pnun'J to -j cents.  Thi.- iiufiot! wig practically ��gn ed  upon at a icceiit, .confL-reiice 'of the  load producers'of Idulm  an.J   Utah   in  Mrs. .J P. Farrell has hud sphmdid  iii*]; v/i'H hor painiintj of tiie life t'izod  portrait* of tbe late President A J e -  Kinley. 'J'iiia is ,i:er iafp^t p.dniing  and by fur the best she has yet made,  ft is nn excellent likeno**s of the lute  president.  Mrs. 1'lcGregor and ch.ildren luive  been on the sick list Uitel.y, but arc  lio.v n:'ich improved.  Chas. Pose is now holding a position  in Wm. Wnrsteirs furniture store in  Wc.rdner, Tchiho.  , 1  Ilatulr.ome American Lady, indepen-  di'utlv, ricli, wi'ntj goofi honest  iiiidhaiKl. Addrorfs Erie, 193, \V-t.-.h-  ington tit., Oiiicago, Ell.  Robl. Campbell transacled business  in the '-commercial center"') last  Wednesday. ' , *  i **  .   Jloh. Johnson   was   up   from .Elko  Tuesday just to take a '''rubber."  P. \\". Frith was ia Kaplo the first  of the week.     ��� ���"   ,   .  P. A- Van 1-Iouten. of llosaland i-u  here, as engineer at the St. Eugene  compressor, working on, tho opposite  .shift' to Chas. Smith. Mr'. Van Houten  was here two years ago and ran the  Lake  Shore   compressor    for   -Several  3li> y 2 8 Ba: S  Croker Favors Him as  ��� a'Candidate.  WOULD IAIB GOOD HUE  Expressed Opinion That Congress Would not Interfere in any  '   ;       W,ay.      '  **3gs#ra*fV_'-M.ttr'*kfc����fc*rT>��Kjnm  m  p  m  ���OF  this city. , Tlie nianngemeut 'of th*.'I months,  s.ucdting company havojliercfore '(!.-! *"-,M.vv' Wil-on.'^t.e Low kimr, i>  cidedtopm thf rednc'ion into "ff-fi-.j...ow ,,. !k;,ltr ft tour ,-;f Uie Cftuntr,  .ui -.uexrHrimen! t- pe'.e.-mii.e w:..;hi-.* \ ,-,,,���. ?iIovil, ,0 Gateway, where hr will  ���   Paid. Up] Capital ;^3,0'33,03a..v^  AKBROOK'BRANCH.-. ". "-   "��� J HUBERT RAINES. IVIGB  llicre v/iilbe abrxiT .ju uitity $?>]���] :(t  a ."mailer price tnan !>t for".; Oilici.ds  of tlie comp.iny stale'��� Iliat tin1 pro-  iJucera felt it v.'oui.I h'* for their ,l-esl  '"S.X��   interest to make the i-.-due.ltim.  it1"!"  ������tar enst'ignmeul.  X   J�� X   a    JL      M.   JL.    JL>*>  l..y.\��\ ,'*^r^n.TvEKyf;y. Pro nrie-tor. *,  Hie; Hotel for ..the .'masses.   Everything First  in-every   respect. : Sample. Booms for  ;      -     Oomme rcial Men.  1*.<lui:<j ai !>awiiiill., ,  The boyn nt the Moyie Lum,brr CoX  mill gavf ii .dance , TilurscJay  nveniug  which v.-as aiiMid'.l    hy   between    75  and 100 people'of  liie   town.    It-  wns  one of the very best dunces ever   given  here.    The boys   provided   for   music  and supper  and  spared "n'o   pains  in ���  .making thu  evening  a. 'pleasant,  o:io. i  { D-'.nciug was I'.cpt up" until   about, c-ie |  j. {o'clock,   when   three   rousing   cheer,s.j  Al. Bale of T.r-.ryirvdlo was   in,- town  .Mon'dav. '  See Murjihy'.-i big cut price aile.  1 Rca'i P. D. Ilope',i au in   thi?   issue,  'nnd ieuinmbei" hi-3 store'when   you   go  tDc->:lect vour Xm;>3 eifts."  ,  Rev. V. ?u. Piirdy left For Sandon  (his vroek and is nb\v in eh trge of the  Presbyternn aim-"nil at that, place  The beat wishes of tne p no pie <>f Moyie  go wi:h him.  J7S,. MacEichern and Vic 'De.saul-  nier Wt-rc-dowa to F.'irn'e the first of  the week:, juat'ainipiy ou n bight seeing  Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 19.���At  French Inn springs today .Richard  Croker expressed a veiy deuided opinion that Admiral Schley would make  a'titrong presidential candidate in 190J,  and that the probabilities all favor a*  boom for him, in the, east, with' a  strong feeling both,in the south and  west. . Ho .expressed tho, opinion that  congres? would not interfere in the  matter in any way and that this would  ba lo the advantage of Schley and the  demooi'suu* party, for the action would  be tao.'iiim'i'mt to Am indorsement of  Hi'*, nmjoiity 'verdict and thus commit the republican party to it,  TakiJiB- Out Logs.  This iveck Park, Mitchell & Go,  established their logging camp at th<?  head of the upper Moyie lake; They  are occupying the buildings of tho  Swansea townsite people. They ex**-  psct to take out in the neighborhood  of a million and'a half feet logd thi;*  winter.  Grant &. Sheady are making goud  progress at their camp on the west  side of the upper lake. They already  have over a million feet of logs out.-  They have 40 men'and 12 teams em-"  ployed.'  JBotli the Moyie    Lumber   Co.   and  Pafk,   Mitchell '&   Co.   are   making  preparations for a big run next season*-  Will ric.ul Guilt}-,  John {Fitzgerald,   the   Fernie' matf-  charged with wounding Stephen Powell1* *  at Fernie on" the  17th ot ."November,-*>  will be brought before Judge Forin for  i i  sentence upon his honor's return from  Russlancl- It is said Fitzgearld will  enter a , plea of guilty.���Nelsoi>  Tribune.  KAJSTBROOK.   ITEM'S,  roYXR  British Oolu'mbia.  were given for the Moyie Lumber  Co.j''  andx the  people- repaired    to    their  homeu with the'feeling that  the   boys  were all right, ���  expedition.    , , l    ,  .D. J. Elmer was' in  Elko last Sun-  P  W  w  *<b,">i��k-Na��.* T��u*,��*k-^5��.-^t^-^����.-s��o.*,,k.*>i��.-^u  **>. V����� "��a.' *,*.*,*iv  ^fc *-cf"  S*  A'  ���f*.  >P "><^" >*J* "^Jfc- "^u.* "^n,*  ���'J.-.v-i  Biff Smelter tu Close. ,  Kansas City, Dec. 19.���Orders w.is  aceivtdut the.Aigentine ameltar ,to-  niiiht to close down ail tlierenijiiuitig  departnitnls as .-oon as the material  )n liand should be cousumed.    Unless  V.  OKS VUl.\��l*Jlt.    Prop'-   V?  Lat-'  \r\\t  room' in " connection  ^r~  with house for commercial men.  Of accommodations  Beet  \f      Headquarters for Cord moncial end   Mining   Men.        )j\  day.  A. L. Rickers left yesterday fo.'Kaslo  to spend Christmas with'his family.   ^  Jamas Cronin returned Sunday from  his trip to California.  Malcolm Morrison left yesterday for  Fer tlie to remain for'some time.  Dr. James Brodie of. Fort  Steele   is  ,���*��   mulier orders are  received   the  plant I he"  taking   the   place of Dr. Green,  % i will be closed by February i, 1902.   '   j wlio has been called   to   Cranbrook   to  f|i j   i take Dr. King's place while he is   east.  |i j ,    kct. uunc iieak From. {Dr. King's father  is   reported    to    be  Jjl     Air. Alex Du:inw:w  in   Trail for  :i j verv  sick.  ��^! k-w days   this   week.    He   has   been;      " *  l;,->a An��eies, i The license commi=sif>nei*s held a  is now mt'eting jiere hist Monday. Tlie corn-  in   the  Ocitlook Tn*' "Sol (Srlglit.  Tlie, pi-'pent'ou'look for au early re-  snmptioh of work at  Die, St.   Eugene  mine i-?   not,  at   uli   brignt. '  Manager  Cronin has returned   from" his* trip   lo  California.    Wnen asked yesterday  as  to   the   probable  situation   after   the  first of thc yenr ' he  said   it   was   any-'  thing   but., promising.     He   .-^aid   the  eonipany had kept quito a  nuinDer   of  riien, employed    doing    developemeut  with' ihe hopij  that  conditions   would  improve n.iid thai they  would   be   able.  ��� ii op?r*ite'the mine   f'-t  a   jirofit' after  the first of the year.    These hopes are  now shattered, as the price of lead and  silver have been  steadily  falling,  and  in his opinion" it may ��� be  considerable  time   before   they  again /each     the  figures at wliicb they were during  the  year 1901.   A3   a   consequence   after  che first* of tiie year  the  force   at .the  mine will be materially decreased.  At the annual   meeting   of   the   St.  i  Eugene Consolidated Mining . Co.,  which was hold ih Toronto last month,  the acting board of directors was unanimously re-elected.    Following is   a  $\ j with liev. J. Muuro,   of  /|'v   Gal., lor some  lime  pa-:t   aud  charge   of  a   mission  ^ l Otow's .'"Test.���Trail Ncv.'s.  W  Qi'Ei;-.- A\'JiV "ly  moyii*, n. c  14^^%^^^;^^^^^^-^^^^^^;  11?^�����Ma*. *w. ^an^f..^ -rT^h- '  -^.^���j^'/'Z:  '.A*r.Ai~.   AiF.jr.s**. xT'>^/rff'-v':{?>- l  iilotal (Juolntiiuip.  VO.'iK���JQar silver,. 5'0A  i\ ew  i Li'.'d,  ���}{.    Ooptv-ri tf'l-'-  <     I.oxuo.v��� L'.'ad, t'1.0 7s Gd  niis.-ioners are   A.   T.    Clark,   A.   B.  i Grace and Fred Stork. *   .    ,  :     Barristers J. A. Harvcv and   W.   B.  j Boss were hero Monday ' on   business  cents.! with tho liceus'i commis.,sic:ners.  i , '  I     Mr.".. Harper was in Cranbrook   thi-*  1 week,  list of them : George GooderHam, T.  G. Blackatock, John A. Finch, George  Sumusr, E. P, Heaton, Jame-i Cronin,  J. C. Drewry, W. G. Gooderhani, A. E.  Gooderham," \V. H. Beattie. ^'ir.  Cro nn was re elected manager.  Cranbrook Herald:  IX J. II. King left' today for .bis-  home iu Isew Brunswick, in response"  to a telegram announcing the serious8  ill ties'} of bis father, Senator King.  Dave Griflifch, the Wild Florse   ve'te-  1 i  ran; v/as in to.vti .yesterday* and  brought over the usual grist, of gold*  dust/ Mv. Griffith is iu'teresied in* the"  work of eoing to bed rock on' t.he"  famous Wild Morse creek and lis rs of  the opinion tli a they will strike g'ood  diggings wlien they-reach r>ay dirt.  i\  The Cranbrook Electric Light, "conr-  pauy has arranged to put in 50 ��� ligli't*^ '  at the C. P. R. round houere. Thisr  ���will give the company all the lights it*  Can handle to 'advantage, with it***  present equipment. Id expects to in-  stull another dynamo in the spring'. ���  owing to the great inciease in ttif1  business.  The skating rink opened,Is-st even"  ing for the season. There was .a big  crowd present and the opening'proved  a pleasant one in every respect, tft��  band being in attendance'.  Now Is the Time for Xmas Buying!  Here Are a Few Suggestions, of Suitable Gifts j ^f|P,  I 4J CJ - Sri*%����ir        K*5r^j��       TWi*  which We can Supply You with.  '���?  I  ���*i.i:  ^.Vhitt  '"^ .'..-jorted colors ; dainty goods  Kinbroiilored'  lawn     liaudker-  chief.>..  Jl,I,an Wit ciubroidercd liandkorclnefs  ���   v''ry tiiilable.  B**'ck Movji'n dress silk lined gloves-'  la�� Castor unlined gloves.  Bl'��;i* Cai-lisnoro hose.  W.ir:n und-.irwi.iir.  Sulokmni ijihjo covers.  idbi  3 .*  i *.;-V*  If**     '  SUll  iy  c  $c  3M j^k3!?  Capt. Siinbiirn' Iletiirns.  Capt. I.   B. cSanbinn,   owner   of   a  i     i *  third interest in the Aurora mine here,  arrived iu Moyie yesterday from  White Horse, Alaska. Mi. Sunburn  is captain ol" the British Yukon .'Navigation Co. and hu�� charge of seven  boats. He will stay dieru a few days  and will probably spend ihe balance ol  tho winter in Vancouver.  ., School Examination,  A public examination was held a��  the Moyie, School yesterday, A number of the parents of the (jhildren Were  present. The follbw-ng prizes were'  awarded in Principal Sutherland's department for regular attendance:  Fifth class, Elliott Crovta  ' Fourth "     Florence'Harper.  Third   "     John Golsong.  Second "     Christiana Blackburn.  The result of the examination vl'ill  be published in full ��� iu next week's  issue of this paper.  Whin- -Mlr.M*?, ready to nvar.  Styli.*-!) colorrd .shirts-.  Silk  handkerchief.-.  Collars and Cull-, new,!, i-tyles.  Kino (ilIii.K'.'i! Hall Hose.  A nice pair  Suspended.  While and Colored   Japan   silk  h-inu-  kerchiefs.  Mocha  dre��.   Gli>v-.M-lii:��  Silk lined.  V.  J  j Fire Hose atwl ~Xo-s.-r.le Arrlvo.  . The 200 feet, of iiojo and the nozzle  for tho Moyio Fire Brigade arrived  hero tiii.s morning. ' The hose cost  ���'^1-10. and the nozzle $18. It is likely  tiie old school building will be used as  a place to store tho lire equipments.  Christmas Tree. .  A Christmas tree entertainment will  be  given   under the auspices  ol  the  Methbdit, Sunday school next  Friday  evening, Dec. 27 in Mr. Drswry's build-  ���        ��� i  ing on   south   Victoria  street.    There  will be a program of  singing  and   re-   -  citations,'and then Santa   Claus   will  come   to    distribute     the     presents,  Everybody invited.  unlined, (  .Tii-is list .doesn't tell half the yood  ..thmg'g..that we have for Ohristmas,  ;but it-may suggest something si  able..- .'     \'.:';.v'���;:.:./* ���'.':���/  ������' "���.  Wishing you all a Merry .*vnias .  and Happy New Ywu1-  &'  30TI  3 *  n  Don't faille el  or eost  bur,  ' winter go&.ds;td  U 9 u ^ %5  a  &'! 3' fi  UllOSa  '.,l>iV.  TYfo  ;*.  SJolli-I-iy Kxcurslon Hates.  All C.'inadirn Paciftie Railway agents  in local terriiory will issue return  tickets at '"'.iv .*nd ,o:io third for the  round trip on Dec. 2o, 21. 25, 30 and  Jan. ljgcod to return till Jim. .'?.  Kickers to ISj-cucli Out,  ���li. A. 'Bi-okers deiiot;.  VJ  of   branching1   out  y  w ^ if r%  d.M e C& k\ O.  ABBITIOXAr, LOCaIjS.  Miss Soper received word Wednesday that hqr mother who lives in  Kimberley was vocy ill. She left for  there that day.  Frank, Alberta, has been made n  dag station for passenger trains.  Frank Danby and Joe Trombley expect to leave- next week for eastern  Canada to spend the winter.  J. M. Lindsay was ovor from Marys-  ville this w,ek and returned yesterday.  Miss Daisy J.-ujuit-h is now living in  Maryaville.  The firm of Reid, Campbell & Col  wish to .announce that their sturo will  b'e o  tf  \i t.  A  wm,.  i  Qfiiior spriRg ail su  ...... a ft,'*  jftiD"  ns ��� intention  into'   tlio A"vmeral'  mercantile businets next .'spring.   '.He  will have.his present s^rncsry .-jlore   re- :���r ivo.    ,      ������"."-���-     ,r '   .   ���'  . .'      ...       , =��� -',*��� i ol Jiluu were .in to wo Monday.  ���.modeled ,ior that purpose. i ���    ���      ���   ���   .  ���    y    ���       !     K. E. Simpson,   of    the .Cranbrook  | Herald and   Marysville . Trib'.iide, ; wiia  peu next Tuesday evening and will  be closed Chri.-jtraa^ day. ', ,    ;  C. Al. Edwards and   HughAStevens  y       '.' Ice is I'oi'nunjj.  .  The -main lakes arc  still  open,, but  there is good ice in   the ' narrows   and  iu most of the bays along tlio  shore's,  _ Il iv* not likely tiie lake will freeze over  ; bci'/TO  iliO   fll'-St. O'"  tllC VOlir.  jin   Movie   between   trains     M'ondav"!  j-The "Cld Man" is busier tb'tn  a orau-  ;orry nierchant the-.'-e days.  &'& w y Gome and .^es m  L V ^f*ii tlUtJi C-'1 ������ ��* rfinTAW.''* *"3&   '  UWy?, J,:Ljj.-.U��   V,i, j'oUEyCKIBE FOi'l  'Li IE   LEADER.  It was the irony of   fate.  5 of burglars broke  into   a'  I'loclu'ster^iV. V., 'which th^y,supposed  iya.*-'a '".var'L-Iiouso. '��� It   pnivi.-J   !...   |.(.   :.,  A couple,  building   at  -  /  f�� i  j.iil. t*>  tXf^am^l^L^xrv^yyyx'X" *" "^^^^^i^^^vittfiirir^r  IBm^'r��:gg��*^3rr^**aTTii  m mm mm.  crj3PCTawcn-rx<����rOTii^iiM..^.-v-^i��^.wnBir7;  ^n*��u>8^M��M����UF����a��ii��jM|��tMHHMf��ii<����j��'����wg  .Otlt.x"_o_ ...Free  Published in the interest of the people] 'ilon* our sidewalks with   a' couple  ot  of Moyie and East Kootenay:  ��\ J. SMYTH Jt CO.  Publisher**.  A reader of the  Grand   Forks   Xows  wishes to know if there is ".my Ivay  to  toprcvent the tiithy ci,in,.*o\io^ Instant Relief and Perma  nent Cure in all Cases.  x  KATES IDF SUBSCF.II'TION.  OiC Yi'f.r..  ..$2.00  SATURDAY, DEC. 21. 1901.  cans of unsavory swill suspended from  their shoulders."    Yef>,  there  is.*   Do  as Moyie did about a year ago;  call  a  public meeting and  deolare   that   the  ! Chinese   must go.     Then  refuse    to  palronjze those who persist  in   patronizing the Chinese and within 'SO days  you will not have a Chinaman in your  town.    Simple as   rolling   off   a   log.  Try i t.         Buy Your Xmas Gift at  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON" RECEIPT OF POSTAL  WHITE YOTTE NAME ANX^ ADDRESS PLAINLY-  The St. Eugene mine  produced    more    lead  .during the year   1900  than any other single I ^  producer m the "Ov-|.seni0r'fficcr^ sores  ince, Or nearly aS mUChj ti^go wiien tho  Spanish squadron   at-j throat and Asthma for   ten   years.    I  as the combined output  ' Admiral Schley may have been  turned down by a majority of the'investigating committee, but the people  will still agree with   Dewey   when   he __.__,   'Commodore  Schley  was   the 11 feel "i'or the good derived  from   it  There is 'nothing flike Asthmaleno.  It brings instant relief, evenjpn 'ihe  worst cases. It cures when all else  fails.  cThe'Rov. C.   P.  WELLS,   of   Villa'  Kidge, III., says :    '-'Your '/rial bottle of  Asthmalene received   in   good   condition. , I cannot tell yow how thankful  Call early and get a hotter choice. Do not overlook the fact that  wc carry Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Military' hair brushes-  'made with geuuine bristles and with ebony, wood, or ivory backs'  of the entire Slocan dis  BWr trict.���Minister of Mines.  tempted to escape on' the morning of  July 3, 1S9S. He was in absolute  command, and is entitled as such com  despaired of ever being cured. I saw  your advertisement5for the cure of this  dreadful and tormenting   disease, As*  mauding officer  to   the  credit  of the"] thma, and thought you had overspoken  PEG-AKDTXG   Mil.   DKEWRY.  The Fernie Free Press and the Fort  Steele   Prospector   are   up   in   arms  , "against Mr. J. C. Drewry. And why  this uncalled for agitation? It is not  yet a certainty that there  will   be nn  Election   nest spring.     And  in    ca  glorious victory which resulted in   tiie  total destruction of the Spnuish'ships  '; ),'���*' - 'l'l:'iS-.:eS3i  '"'iri *h*��; mm  lyitxii^mi  there in mi election it is not, known as  n mm   V* wlaet-iiei' or-not Air.   Drewry   would  r'W'i    'G0USGnt  to stand as a  candidate from  Uiis riding.  The Free Press attacks him on the  grounds that he is a capitalist, a member of the mine owners association,  the right bower of .. Gooderhani &  Blackstock and a jolly good fellow.  The same paper goes on to say that  his associations during the last eight  ���years precludes the  possibility of  his  Here is a pretty  sermon   from  the  pen  of scholarly  Bob. Burdette:    "I  saw a   bubble   on    ihc   surface   of   a  ...... restless   river.     For   a    moment    it  .so I sparkled, with golden,light as it caught  yourselves, but resolved to give it a  trial. To my astonishment, the trial  acted like a .charm.' Send me a full-  size bottle/'  and held tiie glorious-sunshine, and    1  thought how beautiful  it  was.    Then  it   went���down.     For  a moment  the  broad river told where it had vanished;  and swept on without even a ripple on  its placid bosom*    And I thought how-  like our lives was   the   bubble on   the  river.    For a, moment wo  sparkle   in  our sphere���hope,  toil  and   struggle,  love'and   dream,  and   then   go,,down  beneath   the   surface   forever.    In    a?  short time  the  tiny ripples   we   have  Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,  '   Rabbi of the Cong.    Bn'ai Israel.  '���New York, Jan.' 3, 3901.  Dns. Taft Bros'. Mkiiictxi? Co.,,  Gentlemen :�����. Your.Aeilmialene is an  excellent remedy for Asthma aml^Jfciy  Fever, and 51'ts  composition" alit via tea  all troubles which' combine  with  As- '   ' .  thma.    Its success is astonishing  and '' ���  wonderful.        ' '        ' . ���    -  ^   Alter having it carefully  analyzed;   we cm, _ slate  that   Asthmalene con  j tains no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.   Very truly yours,    y  !       - ' REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLER.  being today anything  but  a  dyed  in   caused die out and the river of human  ""        '        -���'������'  'th the strongest  ity flows [on  undisturbed.    So ,let  us  :strive within our brief existence to reflect,the suusbirie and not mirror the  clouds, a bo ye us,"  m:r<  <ut w?!  ,4 irf�� '  I "Atf  '  fifv  ib  ��M  ���[, U i ��ji!', ''.'fijjf'1 ,  '!' :''* !>, v'^fi    ���   ^v' Vrtiwjy is managing director   oi  I i | f- rajj, 3lie' Canadian Gold, Fields  Syndicate ;  \b ''.I'&"���I'M   ,'a direct?r In  the  St   Eugene  Mining  -il!' "fi }fl $M! .C0" President and  mnnagitig director  !j'op.j/i^| |||l of   the   True   Blue;   president    and  !:'.';If i!-M#I"ikii   managing director   of the  Common-  ;     wealth Mines, Ldt; and president  and  manager    of the  Great Dane  Mines,  ,.���,������.���   Lclt.    Mr. Drewry - denies  that, he  is  &. Mia' �� ��� , - ,  $��� -t-m ��� either a member oi" the  Mine Owners  hT-rMh association or the right bower of  Messrs. Gooderham & Blackstock. So  far'as his'views on labor are concerned  his record far paying the standard  "wages of the various camps in' which  'lie is operating is the best criterion by  which to judge.   '  , Drewry is a man of strong personality, and .by hi* successful business  caiceriu South .East Kootenay he  has won a place among the first of our  .citizens.  ft J  Kaslo'ts Resolution.  u i  At tlie regular meeting of the Eas'lo  board of trade held on Dec. 13 the following resolution was passed:  Whereas   the  province   ,of   British  Columbia is represented in the Parliament of  Canada, by  six, members  of  the  House  oi Commons   and    three  Senators; and whereas the population  of Kootenay and Ya'.e,   shown   by   the  lecent census is  about  one-third   of  the whole   province  und  of  the  nine  membess of both Commons and Senate  'only one,is 'resident in   the  southern  interior of'British Columbia where the  business  interests   are   diverse   from  those of every .other part of Canada-  Be it relolved   that  this  board  respectfully submits that  in   the  event  of a vacancy occurring-in   the  Senate  And the   two papers named I represent*tion   of    British   Columbia  y    Avosr Sr.'UJTGS, N. Y., Feb. 1, 3901  Dr. Tatt Beos. Msdtcine Co.  Gentlemen.- I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested  the wonderful eflect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asthma.' My* wife  has been afliicfed with spasnnxiic asthma for the past 12 years. Having en-  hausied'my own'skilhas well as many others', I chanced to see vour sigri  upon your windows on 130th street. New York, [ ut once obtained i bottle of  Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking it about', tbe first of November. ' I  very soon noticed a ladical improvement. After using one bottle her asthma,  has disappeared and she is entirely fre6 from all symptoms. I feel that 1 can  consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis-'  tressing disease.   Yours respectfully,        ., ,0. D. PHELPS, M. D.  , ,  ���6;   Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Cd.       - / , Feb. 5,1901'^  , Gentlemen: I was tioubled'with''asthma for 22' years'. I'have tried  numerous remedies, but they have all failed.' 1 hin across your advertisement  and started with a trial bottle. I found .relief at once. ,1 have since'purchased,your full sized bottle, and I am ever grateful: I have family of lour  cuildren, .and for six years was unable to work. -Iain now" in the bu��tof  health and am doing business every day! This'testimony vou can make such  use of as you see fit.    Home addfes, 235 Riving ton street,    S. RAPHAEL, "  07  Eas.t 129th st., New .York City!  TRIAL, BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY   FREE   ON  RECEI PT  . ' OF POSTAL.  Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS/ MEDICINE  CO., 79.jfia��D lilOth Sfc..N. Y. City ' .  SOLD BY ALh D&Utfel^TS.,  Clothing,   Gnts'    Funrishing^  Boots,  Shoes, Hats, Gloys, Eetc,  Victoria Ave., Moyie, B. l  JAKEJNELSOjCT. Proprietor.  Miners   headquarters.'    Good' accommodations 'for   travelcri  ..   ' liquors und cigars kept in stock.  Lake Shore Addition  Best  wines  MOYIE, 3  XfEDEIlST.\.DL\:R[tt$'rERER\i-lCO  Lager Beer, Porter an  Beer Always on Hand.  Quality not excelledJiti the country. Try itiand*  he'convinced. :\  tfi -��ta bps-   ^ao, '^��--*~-~*  A;  (tl  (i)  (ti  (Si  (0  ���'I* .'"#;  irk'  .-;-; .-i-i,-; f'M  ��� Hi! it f*i  *''���*{"  must find better argument  in  oppo&i  ���tiou   to  him  before   their   utterances  can be given serious consideration.   '  -���a .'i  "e  l *:*i \  1    l.V/,1  Merry Christina,?  such vacancy should, as a matter of  fair representation by population knd  interest, be filled by calling to the  Senate a resident of this mining  district, familiar with its requirements.  '���'.$'r  iu,pi ���'  h&.  m  MS   ,  I;'AW  "  15 Tl"  %  - i Si  ;l  r >  ��� The wag of a yellow dog's tail is better than tbo shakg of a false friend's  baud.���s'Thc Iowa Unionism.  I-  ���,. .:f,-.        The lead miners hiav   noi   like   t}ie  :>��l;*V' '^tion of* the American smelter  trust,  s4 ?M'    ^>ut they must grin and'bear itiuat the  li KM   oo���        A". :a-.  :,*j i fi  ' Xiy..Wf  *>JMl? *B*ou%ai*4 ammaiiaa  ^WaCfcTIJHIIl WWII lLlWim��iMfciA.ITf  Ih&JL&i    Ob  ih N*j  4 mi.".  same  r.'oT^RiEs    Public,   Comiiis-  *. ��� %  klON AND  iHgUKAlfCE  i-GJEffTS.  It v,-��a the irony of  fate.    A couple j pt  of burglars ^roke  into   a   building- at  -      a a      ll  7.t proved t  jail.  Rochester, 11. ~\ .. whiclrthey suppo  ��� was a v>a:-ehoi:se.    7.t proved to'   be   a  'With all thc  agitation   over  a new  t $      l  -A-*"* k  iH fM-    ce.-r.elery site  no definite   steias have  '-| v-.if!   *  'yet been taken tb-.secure on.e.    In   the  li,.  A  1)  ���pi  ���all  M  ','M  :*]f  opinion of tho Leader the present  location is tlie moot suitable one, and  'since there aro already some !���"> graves  thcrc.it should be made the permanent  ono ' ...  rauchec:  FOitT STEELE,  FI-UBERLEV,  M.iRYSVlLLE.  oyie, B; G.  - ~*** * '    *    " ���     ' -    ���* ���       ��� -        - ���  -d  Wi Bo Nice Repairing and Upholstering,  ALSO MAKE NEW, GOODS TO OEDEE. ,  A car of fine furniture, for Christinas  tracl^, expected every day. Be sure to  see what we have before, huyi&g elsewhere. Mail orders given prompt attention, ,  Fttffliture Co.  CRANBROOK, B. C. j. P  I.  vt?  its    ���  (D ^loriii;,  6)  \J0RNST0ft   BEOS.  | Thw Hotel is New and well Furnished. The 1  Tables, ai^e Supplied with the Best ;the |  Market affords. The Bar is Pilled,with I  the idest Brands of Liquors and Cigars.. %  AGENTS   FOP PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEEE' I  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL *  AND MINING MEN'-'  ��  *  BIUTiSir COLUMKU    %  i.       ������ ... ^  FlM-  Sec'y-  nurpcri^aijf  ^|1���y  ; ' a  'I*y  'I'M  .1 ;  T; l';  If..'  \ f: 11? '  r tU  :] y<  h m  K '.il  . >rA  ,\ 'A  rih  During the past two ye:;rs the  Moyie Miner's Union has paid out the  snug sum of .$1/100 in sick benefits to  its members. And'yct some people are  30 narrow minded as to declare that  'these men should'not bo accorded tbe  'privilege oi organising for their uv/n  piotectiou.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NKLSON, h, (J.  Board:ng and Day school conducted  hy the Sisters of Nelson, ii. C. All  branches of elementary, business and  high clafio education , taught by the  sistefc who hold certL'icaU-s from thc  London Eonrd of Edu,cation and  Science Department, Konoington,  Enoland.    Apply to Sister Superior.  50   YEARS'  EXPER!EWCE  Mining Stock   M>-.  ^torn  fi  1 r  !  y'  Theie ic   i.   newspaper   in   Kansas  : whoea motto is file,   steal,   drink  and  , swear,"  v/hich  is thus .explained  by  the'the. editor:    "When you lie, let* it  be  dov/n  to pleasant  dreams; y/hen  ' yovi steal/ let it be av/ay frorp .immoral  associates; when you drink, lot  it  be  pure water.; when you swear, let it   be  ' tiSat,  you   will patronize  your  'home  .j^'.per, pay your subscription, and   not  ml your job work a'way   from  home.  j^pxcl  i".m,ro.  Trade ^Iafiks  Designs  ... . Copyrights &c.  .: Jinyohe sending a sketch and description ma?  illicitly 'uscertiriii our opinion free v/hetli(Jr an  Invention is iirobitWy putdnWbls.. Coiiimunlca-  tlonagtrtcUy-coriilcleiitlul. Handbook on Patents  Aunt free. .Oldpst flptSnoy for seouririfr patents.  : l*��.tenf,s taken-tlnough ��� Munti .i Co. roeelve  CpecitUnotice, vfilhout clinrcej in the  ^&*   A -   m   .��>���*** 'A*4* 'A      '     "Vf7 . .    .      *���  ���mm  fnterfcati.  A liandsoniely illustrnted weedy. T,nr2cst cir-  ckIiiUoii of itii'y Hclenttflc journal. Terms, S3 a  I.'i"r-'.-ffJ"r <uoMt,hs, ?t.  f,./"a by all neM-sriealera.  ImMl Co.^^^'-'New York  Jiv.-inoh OlTice. (125 V RU W"shh,ia,_T>id."y  CRANBROOK.  Daily market prices  by   wire  from Spokane.  -*, ~*. <'   a r <  ww���m-wi��m km-u ij wi v*^*rr��m��**mm*miHnaw*mm*mmm9*0!mirutwt  City    Shaving   Parlor,  ,   CENTRAL   HOTEju  Moyie, B. C.  LEWlS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission and  Insurance Agent.  ASgATffiJli  -A  (H_  Moyie,  B, C.  W- F. GURD,  lJ.viiRisrifiit, sotici-ioii, etc.  NTELSON,  GET YOUR  CBANBJIOOK.  H. C.  ���rrgnur���j-aw  ����H"' I |H*TWftll>i'W"J^nr��'JW P1M ���MlfW.^lf'*W  ��. AP ELTQN,,.  Commission   and   Insurance  ������'' Agent..     ��� -;> , _  ���, y ' .  ,NE^,',YdJ^<.'itFE,:.'..-  LONDoil AtfV&ANpAsUIKE. _  "PHCENIX OF EEOOKLYN   ,  Insurance.'Co.'s  Fort Steele, B. G.  EAST KOOltllY BOmiMG-CO-,  CRANBROOK, B   C.  'THE   POST   OFEI0E  c  *    * * *.  DRUG & STATIONERY STOREj  TOILET ARTICLES]  PATENT MEDICINES;  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES;  P. D��� HOPE,  ��      .V. *'i 'i t  Cltomiftt an-.! DrKccrst.  **' i .  "::svik, ll. c  :*ea  of all  Prest, the photographer, ha! justj received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kooteiiay:  1?- DEaAULNTEli  h'i.M HR  r\l  lOrdcrs Solicited.    ..  ; Soda Water  andV.Syp]iens��  '   , Photograpliev,  Cranbrook,    ftioyJo,    Foi-t Qteoip.  Will Viaili Mbyio on  ���hiiiw'   -:--" 'v'  PKOMPT iJBilVERY.  Queen's' Av^i   M&TXE,  .1*1  $&>���  yr ���  ��� rrM  >A"Xr~  A*W:*~yAA?Ajg;  mmsmm^mMmmmmmmmixain! WiBririWiHiTHWI.Itni fl Iii,  wszsa  Ba^i'dHprarraasaa  fl��CSfc*ww  THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.    C.  A REAL TALKING MACHINE.  ��a   IiiMintioJi   WliicJi   ltaHLf   Speulvu, Not  .*tj��*r��*ly lt��**pt-��<luc��*i�� **>Ilrttcil.  X remarkable triumph in mechanical invention has just been achieved  by JJr. Mnrage, who has succeeded  in constructing a machine that can  utter plainly and distinctly the dv8  vowels���a, e, i, o, u.  Although niany attempts, have been  made at this, it is only now that  success lias t)been attained, and before Jong we may expect, to have a  machine that can really talk.  Of course, the* phonograph is not a  talking machine, because it merdv  gives oil a record that lias ;U ready  been made upon a cylinder hy UJ1  uctiml human voice. Dr. Murage's  miicliine, however, creates the vowel  sounds at first hand.  This machine h'as been  constructed  so as to reproduce  the interior of a  son's      mouth , while   pronouncing  different  vowels,  using-  the plas-  came to' thomas  OF W2TKOL1A.  AMONG HIS ORCHIDS.  Colonial *-..<>r<-tarj- ;.i  berjuiu   .��5ju,.ltu     Ills  He Had  From  Sufle  '-red   for   Forty    Years  Del***   "^'^a-Food     Became  ���^testable <itih  cn  Slnri    t-. Stomach    Cramps  A'ade Life a Burden.  are  better  pers  the"  tic Hiihstiiiice employed by dentists.  TIk-m; hil-se mouths, as it were  are ,1);,de of plaster Paris, and tiro  lilted hy -sirens giving * the appropriate combinations of sounds. J)r.  Murage ilwn sets his machine in operatic." and the vowels are produced  BViiUii-iIf'dly.  'in- "Mar/iffe-purposes to modify the  Bteatu sirwis used on sh'ipbourd ����  Unit lln?.v wiil imitate the vowel  hottiXi 'Thus different phonetic  ��y/j,iM',-,s may be obtained which  iaav���!��' used to form an internation-  afulj.l.ah.ot.      ,  /liioiiM-r important  application    of  thi?* synthetic process can' be     made  ,jn til,- construction,-of  ear  trumpets  timt '.-.ill  not fatigue tlie  do'af,     because ^i'nrr-^-w-fi r-ynotr-mod if y      tlio  jrreiii'iug of  oscillation  adapted     to  tlie e.ir.     Dr.  Maragc has  also constructed  the   "ucoiiQinetor,"     giving  a    t.\pical sound of the vowel  "a,"  for c.\ample, whicli may be used as a  standard      to     which   certain   other  Bounds may be referred.  Thus there are far greater' possibilities' , for this self-talking machine  than appear from a first glance" at  it. Now that' it, is possible .to make  exact mechanical reproductions of  thc human mouth w.ith pliable, lips,  perfect teeth, and' all the wonderful  inner mechanism, it would be possible to li'so these mechanical word  producers on a magnified scale on  steamships at night and in fogs,  and many disasters may thereby be*  averted.  At,'present Dr.  Marage  is engaged  in  <. perfecting     his  invention      and  ntutlying  particularly  those      words .  in , the     production   of  which      tho  l*o��M.     I��� ?r���?   ."y   >"*">.v    tony  "...ul,.   ��&* ''" *�� a ��taB0  Mr    Findlnv"*   recover,��ff from 'his  -  ,;   y  Wa�� appo"  which oflice he-hasTeid0r    ^ ���t��Wn  years p^st.   This accid  means Mr.    Pindl  tune  cose  where  Colonial  ������inn   tl<isi.<)h ciiam.  4i<>li<l:t) n    ,\ 111,11])-;  Tinjni��� jit, i.^iiiis-iml' Hoinii (;artlt*n.  Mr. Chamberinin is one of, the few  c.ntish legislators who .spend ' the  ^u"hainez.tary      recess      at      Lome.  Home'    m  Mr.   Chdmberiain's  means Highbury, Uirminghum,  bos  the      garden . that the  Secretary  loves.  Built, as it was, in. 1S��0, under his  own directions. Ilighburv might almost be taken as showing Mr. Cham-  berUun's character. It lies |jut Uvo  miles from thu pulsating liearL of  commercial hii-uiin-hiiui.' and  so surrounded' hv its  wooded grounds "that  you have  entered  MUST HAVE HJT THEM.  Au editor ia Columbus printed an  item that the man who was hugging  the hired girl had better stop or his  nojui' would be published. j\ext day  25 i-'itizms paid up their subscription*, and told the editor not to  any attention to'foolish stories  itag around  :,|MUSiCFQ'R THE~HQLIDAyJ|'  pay  go-  BABY'S HEALTH.  Our Jfr. Hatcher ii now in the. /��r.si solof.lin*? a -=to<*k of piVios  ���  $ 'iyX. ^'"PCKj11?'*"!l,-,>tlit,u ^ *���' Lu ������< lurtff. innni.i.-r ot tho l.uos't  J-ilAJla  l'JAi\0�� i.iu..-<l x,it- Uj<*:r p'jiv;, .u'd iiuil 1 i -.t.ni; loi.e  Kiniourrivoahout, lice, l-.fcfi'1'l it will hi) w.I fur   '  of-town customer-? will rce.me our ho-t,  nil  The  Most    Precious     Thing  World to a Mother-���How  '    ' Care for.iiittle Ones.  in  to  the  inaneirUy.   After  and nii..)-i   ;    ;-:SaI^ohltoclc6nstable  during 'thirty  ent was bv no  r- y-uys  worst   inikor-  Irom mrly youth'he had been  -.\r to dyspepsia, which finally  '* so bad that he looked forward to death as a merciful  Happening to hear that Mr  had found complete  lifelong foe,  a Topic  a mart  became  on hha, to find  release.  Findlay  relief from his  reporter waited  B  might  I am a  ' said Mr.Find-  remember  ' the  my a moro or less important  in  this direction  lie     ,feels  cheeks, p  part; for  he has not,yet achieved perfection.���  London Expresyi.  *   ** ,  I)i'f<-ncor'Atriiln��t  Houirliold I'estt.  "Keep the house and surroundings  dean, dry and .well..aired if-.you want  to keep  out  pests,"      writes    Maria  Parloa,   tn   " The     Ladies'        Homo  ..Journal, - "Do     not keep      kitchen  garbage,   wet  cleaning-cloths,    dishcloths or towels in  the1 house.   Burn  or otherwise  dispose  of  the      garb-  . age; ,   wash .* and   dry   all   cleaning-  cloths  every  do5r.      Keep   cereals  in-  tin, stoneware  or glass receptacles ;  wood  harbors  insects.      Fill  all  the  cracks in-, walls  and   floors.        Wash  floors, closets and  drawers  with carbolic     acid     water.     ,If  unwelcome  visitors  appear  in   any  part  of    the  house use a strong volution  of   carbolic water for injecting into cracks  and  grooves;   five' ounces   of     water  to one cd carbolic crystals."  Spncrt  oT  Vnrlo-an   FUh.    >  The dolphin is ci-w'.itod with a speed of  considerably over twenty miles an hour.  For short distances the salmon can outstrip  iiny  other  fish,   accomplishing'  its  twenty-live miles an hour with case.   'Hie  opaiiiili mackc-rel i.s one of the fastest of"  food  fishes  ain]   cuts   the  ?aehL    lYpilntory   fishes  thi* faMest swimmers.  i-  j, if l)lis was true. Air  I. ndlay was only C0o glad to tc]J ^  *tojj,-hoping its publication  help some other sufferer  pret.ty old man aow '  lay, " but 1 cannot  time when x was not in pain from  pei-mcious dyspepsia and stomach  trouble until lately.. As a young'man  on tne farm i suffered' all sorts of  pains with it; food would sour on my  stomach and violent vomiting spells  would follow-. As 1 grew older my  sufferings increased. I could not. eat  anything but the simplest kind of  food, and little of that. My system  became badly ,run down and I rrew  so'woaJc thaf I really looked forward  to death as a release from my misery. , One after another. I tried doctors and medicines, but coul<l get no  relief: then in,despair I concluded  quit all and await thc end  timo my condition became  Violent crainps attacked  prostrating me for a time,  came worse an-d' more frequent until  they Pne day attacked my stomach,  a-iwl I thought my end had come.  Unable to move and in-agony I was  driven home;'-as I .thought to die,  but after an injection of morphine I  gradually recovered. From that time  on the cramps increasing in frequency  and violence. Nothing gave me relief, except the temporary immunity  from pain 'afforded by morphine. I  became so weak from pure starvation  that dea-th stared me in the face.  Finally a friend said: 'Why don't you  try Dr. Williams" Pink Pills ? '  'What's the use?' I said, ' I've tried  everything and just,got worse all the  lime..' "Well," she said, 'you try a  box of Dr.-Williams',Pink Pills, they  cured me,, and I believe they will do  you good.' Well. J purchased a box  and started taking them, i After a'  little I thought thoy helped me,'so 1  k'ept on taking them for a couple of  to  Meaji-  worsc.  my   'legs,  They be-  \';t is  own ihickly-  fcso soon as  its crates vou feei  you ure m the heart of the a-unirv  lhe house itsdf mi^ht be taken as  tlie ideal suburban' home. K was  built and has been furnished .with  but two objects in view���comfort and  taste.  hi the-_gallery hang uvo picturr-s of  particular interest; one a portrait of  Mrs. Chamberlain bv the late Sir  ���John Miliais; the otlier a portrait of  the Colo-iial .Secretary. hv the famous Atnerican artist Sargent.  The Jli��hbury lihrurv is probably  one of the best collections of foreign books to be fpund in any private house in Britain; but it is  rather on his garden than his books  that, Mr. Chamberlain's interest centres when at home. ��� Tlie grounds are  ideal in this respect; that vou can  wander from the exotic orchid houses  mto almost .uncultivated dells and  hollows. Miss Jlurrell Morris. ,in  her "Life, of 'the Colonial Score-,  tary," says:  "Though not caring for tho manual  labor of gardening, such as potting  and pruning, which many enthusiasts  eujoy, he generally likes to superintendent the plantincsof shrubs, the  laying out of beds, the* arrangement  of the houses. Jle knows much , of  plants, his knowledge not being restricted to orchids. lie has often  called tho attention of. the working  classes to the hobbv of crardening as  one of the .purest, healthiest and  least costly in which a man can indulge. An except must of course,  be made in,the case of an orchid col-  e  water  like  a.  are   geuerall/'  ���To.*?. McKee,   .  Lachlin McNeil,  Jolm A.  McDonald,  'U* D. Billing,  John Mador,*  Lewis Liutler, *-  Thesv  ��e<-<*  that  iiu.v  Limvood,  Out.  Mabou, C. U.  Arnprior, Out.  Markham, Ont.  Ma.hone Bay, N.S  Burin, .Nfld.  yoll known gentlemen all as-  wore   cured   by  Ml.V-  Tl  ie  man who  owns  but one shirt  h, iM'o-.!iur\\y  Your  s*liuini'.  short  of change,  neighbor'o baby is a crying  Minardi Liiiimeiit Cures Biphtlieria,  inonUis when I felt I. was really cured  after so many years of suffering. My  strength came back, my stomach recovered ita power, and 1 wus able to  eat anything I fancied, and once  more could'enjoy life. This ia nearly  two years a-go, but I was cured to  stay cunxi. 1 have never had a sick  day since or known the slightest  stomach trouble. T am confident I  would be it dead man now if it were  not for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills-  nothing else ever helped me."  The  old   adage   "experience   is    the  best teacher,"  might well  Ix: applied  in eases of dyspepsia, and if sufferers  would  only be guided by Uie,experience of those   who have   suffered but  are now well and happy through   the  use    of    l>r-    Williams'    Pink     Pills,  there would be less* distress throughout the land.      Dr.    Williams'    Pink  Pills can he had  at all   dealers     in  medicine,   or  by  mail  .r)0 cents a box or six  by addressing the Dr  iciue Co., Brockville,  lector, whose hobby_cannot.be called  inexpensive. .Vvnen'-Mr. Chamberlain  is in London, one of the very few  real recreations he permits himself  is to visit (often on,.a Saturday afternoon) the .Botanical Gardens at  Kew, where the gardeners are sure  to show him any addition to or'any  curiosity among their  treasures."  AVhen Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain  are in London, a choice selection of  roses and other flowers are sent up  two or three times a week, and  every afternoon two buttonholes  consisting of orchids arc dispatched  'from Highbury, one for the Colonial  Secretary, the other for Mr. Austin  Chamberlain.  1 When you first step into the orchid  houses, of which there are fourteen,  you ' "five���iriuuTvi'eStcu���by- bewiIciering  varieties of tints and colors'. Here  is a blossom so rich af.U vivid ,in  color that only tlie hand of n master would dare attempt to picture it  on canvas! Dazzled, vou turn away  only to look into a "dying sunset"  growing nearby. Yet anoti'ior rivets  your eye while your' brain tolls you  that here at last you have seen "the  gleam, the light that never was on  sea or land, tl'e consecration and  the poet's dream." You wander on  along vista after vista of exotic verdure, the very ceiling clothed with  climbing plants. This i.s where the  Colonial Secretary loves to stop and  muse.  .  No price would be too great to  pay for the preservation of the perfect, rosy, sturdy health of a baby.,  No price would be too great; but, as  a matter of, fact, the price is very  small-���simply , precaution and the  exercise of good judgment.  JI. is    not good     judgment' to give  the ,, tender   ..little    infant*     remedies  containing opiates, and the   so-called  "soothing"'  medicines,    always    con-  lain  opiates;   they do not cure,   they  only (drug and stupefy   tlio little ones.  Baby's   Own Tablets  are guaranteed  to contain no opiates  and no harmful drugs.. It is the best nedicine for  little ones, because it is promptly effective and -absolutely harmless.   For  nervousness,'   sleeplessness,    constipation, colic, .stomach troubles,  the irritation accompanying the cutting of  teeth',    and   other    infantile  troubles,  Baby's  Own Tablets is  beyond question  the best medicine in the world.  Tlio Tablets  are sweet" and  pleasant  to take,  and  dissolved'in  water can  be given with absolute safety to the  youngest infant.   Mothers  who  have  .usod this    medicine for    their    little  ones, speak of it in the most enthusiastic  terms���that  is ,'the  best, proof  of its eflicacy.   Mrs.  A'lonzoFeltmatc,  Whitehead, N.S., says :    "la my opinion    Baby's   Own   Tablets are    u,n-  equalled  for children.   They  tojte    it  readily,' and it- regulates the bowels,  cures them "of  peevishness,   and   is=-a  great helper ' fn    teething.' IA would"  not t-hiuk of being without the Tablets."     Sold   by  druggists    for    sent  post paid* on receipt of price, 25 els:  a box, by   addressing' the    Dr. , Wil-  lia-ms  Medicine Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.  , organs for hoii-  '���( the   wiL-  Uuri;c-w si���ek will bo-  ��� i-oijjMii*e-'.ed ioeail carlv.   Out-  walcos ol organs und will be pleasea to q- ��� '        ' '"       ".^"���"o several  number ot gbod secondhand Wn^ffinSi^Sr S^S^tS"  at very low prices.   Youx credit is eood with its, no "-��"rlXXlyl0}?.?. ??Aood a3 new*  , no matter whero you Live  ��  FORRESTER   &  Y. If. C. A. Blk, Portapo Ave., Winnipeg.  HATCHER  Eldredffe "��" Sewinff Machines  'W��^X^frK4W^��H'��>'H'^WX'��>frW.H''H  2J  ,������.������-������:������:������:������:������>  ^feccd &V&rt/s fvrrUs /  PO�� BJ8HER AND.TEA SET  PIECE������������.AND��  48 PIECES SILVERWARE  A raro rtianco.     So  deception,  vro  ���jpt-at l.othmir liat Uie truth.    You rin  " ". a.-Lly sfzo <!(-c��r.*itoil Warier aud Tea  1^ I-oAi, J2 Tea Spoona and J*.' Tahlo  Piece*,) tad 12 Silver Mated knives  ^lii^aiiiiiiii^lSI  f u_8_?.(yortto care tbh handsomely decorat.  Lifo Pint 1*1JI�� (a  Trouble. Conatlpatloa  >*o,ntclyftcoftS^  Don't Send a Cent. tt��?te .mica^onr^ur  Riiarant��e  "'   "Ji, li  1.1 tlld  '?9ti~~T "' houBij.  ��� m        Samples of the hundreds of .Testimonial* we aro daily receiving'  ��t0a ��'    "^  KBWItTBRianeDYCo.i-Manythankstoyotifortlielo-veW     - S  Dishes aad SUrcnvaro I received, tlmy ara very liamlsomp.  1 beg yon to accept my thaulcs, 1 will <io all! caa to lmroduco  yourl'lUs.  Ifyou comply-wlth  Tabl�� Spoon    -- ���  concern and.  koldaadaro  JdiS. Bxircx GBAJ.T, Cantortury at. VorkCo., K.a  Whea'-vve say that some preachers  practice what they preach, it is  meant that they rehearse, their sermons. =-v-  Miaard's Liniment Cures Garget -in cows.  -rThe flowers in' the "garden may  dead,    but   .there    ar,e still- , lots,  blooming idiots.      ' ' ��� "  Here  never, was, and never will   bo, a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ilia  to which flesh is heir���the very nature of  many curatived being.such that were  tha  germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of the patienb-  what -would relieve one ill in tarn would aggravate  the   othor.   We  have, howe-rer, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills.   By its gradual and judieiouj  use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those'with  whom" a chronic etafo of morbid  despond-  ency and lack of interest in life is a diseuae,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to.Jho. action of.   the blood, which, being  itimulated. courses  throughout   the  (Oswa  Hulli.'i-'s T.-ii'tmr.-iry Successor.  Major-General   Ifildyard.   C.B.  !, post -paid, at  boxes for $*2.f)0  . Williams' Med-  Ont. ���  Lo^ of fellows are. not satisfied  even when thoy get thero with botii  feet. They kick because they are not  c-iMi pedes.  Beware of  Ointments for Catarrh  Thai Contain Mercury,  a�� mi-rcurv will surely destroy lho sensoof smbll  nuil coiniifeU-b* (leriiu/ro tho vliolo system when  cmt'-rii**,- it th roach tho mucouii surfnt'03. buch  ArticlosAhoul'l novor bo uM-dcxcepton pruscrip-  r '���     hvsicinu-i. ns tho d "''  Ionian  thau any  less suspicious  ther anininl.  of flattery  Eve  have  invented  temptation,   but men  monopolized it ever siace.  danKcrV"in" 'i'T1 l��acui.(/h. (hero i-j ahvaya  AnU-Conm,�� .1 y,4rct n bo!Uo oi Bicklc's  ItiserS"Ptlvo*Syrup and cure yourself.  wdhinirii- ?? unsurI)iifB-d for all throut  ����eral h��llU , Ifc fe COIX1 Pounded from  ^ head ��f fj,eoSh oneof which stands at  '"fiuenoe >��� �� h.at as exerting a wonderful  lun8 diseases curinff  con8UmP<-��on and  all  rea(1V toC(^i.1����kln8r man la Probably  ^nnt.iii.��iinmori"iirv, nnd is'takun intornully,  fnceaof tho tv.-tt'in. In buying Hall = .<-��"�����  r-fmho "lire Vou pottlio jr<-m-.ine. J.t 1-^ <uken  SSid!��Ui" Tolodo. Ohio, by F.J.  ��&l,v3S*nP��fMs. Prico 75c per bottlo.  Sull's Fiuuih" 1'ilK-' aro tho best.  Hid you ever notice that it is the  girl with the pretty foot that has  most trouble keeping her shoe laces  tied ?  (p.s.  c.)', who is gazetted for appointment  as Deputy Adjutant at tho War     Office,  and  who   is  now temporarily  in  command      at   Altlershot,   began   his  career  by serving five years in      the  navy.     Since  entering   the   army     ho  has  seen  much  service  in- tho Egyptian campaign,  being present at tho  battles    of  Kassassin  and Tel-el-Ke-  bir.    For his services  in  the    latter  he was mentioned in despatches, was  promoted   to   a  Lieutenant-Colonelcy  mid received from the Khedive     the  order of the 'fourth class  of thc  Os-  rnanieh.     lie  entered   the  army      on  March 9,LS(37,     as    an ensign in the  Highland Light Infantry, and became  a  full  Colonel     nineteen years  later.  Iu the meantime he filled the responsible posts of Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General, at tlie War Office', and a  similar    appointment    at  Aldershot.  Me   was   promoted   Major-General   in  JMay, HS99,. while in command of the  third   infantry   brigade,   stationed  at  Aldershot.     Going  to  South     Africa  as ollicer in command  of the second  brigade of the first division  of    the  Army Corps in  South  Africa    under  General Uuller. he gained distinction,  especially at Estcourt, during the arduous advance to  Ladysmith. lie  comes of old stock, which goes as far  back as Ilobbin of Roddisdale,     who  fought for the house of Laucoster in  the Wars of the Hoses.  _ ���      ������w    V61H9  strengthening the "healthy anlmaffnnctioni  of tbe eyatem. thereby making activity a  necebsary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tbe digestive organs, which'  naturally demand increased substance���r&  Bult,unpioved appetite. Northrop & Lyman  of Toronto have given to the public theh  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and.  gauged hy tho opinion of scientists, this  wme approaches nearest perfection of any In  the markot,   All druggists sell it.  M!W tiTK Remedy Co., Dear Friend i-J receives my  clislies to-day I am moro than delighted with them. Z canncl  express by letter my many thanks to you for them. Vou an  LI -hly esteemed by me for au honest, reliable company tlrf   '  WU Uo aa they agree.    MRS. Gekald Emd. Lynodoch; oS  v��S&& yoiS" a     te"d ^ ��'" n'��'iey and nc wi" 5c,,d ^ a">' ���� ��o.Pthc abo?L  , Our Pills are the best remedy in tli~ world for impure blood, liver and kidncv dlsr-i.r*.  r!ieuwaf!.ui,itoinachdisoraurs and all female iroubies,..' iv=r ana money aiscases.  You take no risk as you may return Tills, if unable to sell them     Re  ofthc largest medical firm-, in Cai ad.i, .niil >nu tan rely on our Premiu:  ; beine exacUy 1  1 this paper.  them.     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Stocks and  Bond3 Bought and  Sold  We" can furni��Ji tho exact amount of  . Scrip   for any   payment on Dominion  \ Lands.   Do not pay cash.  I  J  We win  to  try again and" lose; we  lose lo try again for the same thing.  The difference between men and women -who lie is that the women don't  mean to; the men do.  A slide down lull seems ten times  as swift aaid fast when you are on it  as when the, other fellow is.  AVhen women aro going to have, a  club meeting to debate an important  question their first preparation for it  concerns the lunch and floral decorations.  -AfGrE^'TrS     ���WANTED  WANTED, Aireufcj foi* the sale of Hardy Russian  apples, currants, gooseberries, ornamental trees  and seed Potatoes. Every salesman has esclu  sivo territory. Sample outfit free. Good pay'.  .Woaroouo of tho oldest established firms m  Canada. Appply now. PELHAM HURSERY CO.  Toroaio, Out.  N. B.Caitaloffuo free.   Farmers can make good  money during their slack soason.        P. JN Co.  Love's young dream, soon  develops  into  a  nightmare when    the     young  wife cannot cook.  Ohkonic D'eeangements of the Stomach,  Liver axp Blood are speedi y removed by  the active principle of the ingredients entering into the composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. These pills act sp-cifically on  the deram-ed organs, stimulating 10 notion  the dormant energies of the system, thereby removing disease and renewing life an*  vitality to the afflicted. In this lies the great  secret of the popularity of Parmelee'a Vegetable pills.  The  one-night  stand  actors realize  that life is but a fleeting show.  The  beauty  seen  is  who sees it.���Bovee.  partly  in    him  POOR PUSSIES !  A hundred tons of cat's tails were  recently sold in one lot in New York  for ornamenting ladies' wearing apparel. This means .that no fewer  than 1.792,000 .pussies had been killed to supply this one. consignment,  and yet they say that every cat has  nine lives.  If a man is a chronic grumbler it  always makes him happy to" find a  button oh",his coat when his wife is  busy.  Good   counsels  of Grace.���Puller  observed  are  chains  HE HAS TRUED Ii'.���Mr. John Anderson. Kiuloss, writes: "1 venture to say  few, if any, have received greater benefit  from the use of Dr. Thomas' llcloctrlo Oil  than I have. I have used it regularly for  over ton year^ and havo recommended it  to all sufferers I knew of, and they also  found it of great virtue In casea of severe  bronchitis and incipient oonstuuptlon."  There  is  no  law to  prevent a woman kissing a pug dog���'but just tho  sa?ueit's a mean advantage to  take  the dog.  of  Miaaif s Liniment Cnres Colds. Etc.  Many a man  cal linds ho is  a fool.  who tries to be a ras-  only capable of being  Admiration  is   *-*'e  norance.���l?���^klin'  daughter  of  ig-  0 admit that all flesh is grass.  ��oplo   w]10  ������Pi  ';Wh��*t thev  ^^ hair  only believe    half of  boar generally believe the  SOIODONT  Life  FOR  25c  Tn  even  groat   attempt-''   it  to fail.���Lung-mus.  is   glorious  Tho one. prudence of  (ration.���Emerson.  life is concen-  An Irishman says there is no blessing like health, especially when you  are sick.  A man has a  opinion of the  the use.  right to express    hia  weather,   but  what's  }***  Bnari's Liniment Cnres Distemper,  When a widow makes up her mind  to marry again she selects the man  and then proceeds to find out what  ho likes  best to  eat.  The golden age. is  hind us.���St. Simon  beforo us, not be  te s pi0  ^that  asures  J'ou can  are  not so   numer-  ndord to snub one.  Levity  all that  oca.  Bettor  men thu 11  .���Dana.  the  in behaviour is u.�� bane of  is  uood and virtuous.-bon-  tot* driven out. from iimong  to be disliked by children..  -$<��2��d*mt      ���   ��������        ����� ����� �����' .���   25c.  Sozodont Tooth Powder      - 25c.  JLatrge Liquid and Powder �����    75c.  AUstores or by mail for the price.    Sample for the postage, 3c  SQQIDONTTOOf H.P0WDER 25c  any  Some people arc prepared for  emergency���except twins.  THE  BEST  PILLS.���Mr. Wm. Vander-  ou: t, Sydney Grossing, Ont., writes:   " We  h..vD bct-v using Parmelee's Pills, and find  "���licmv fey far the best pills we ever used."  fa '1H   DtuCIOATB AND   DsSILITATEn  OoMSTIXU-  tioss ther<- pills act like a charm. Taken in  srnaj) doses-..the effect is both a tonic and a  stimulant, o--JdIy exciting the secrutions of  the body   <y-ving tone and vigor.  When  scheme.  you   meet  proceed to  And let ns supply you with  a clean cufc,modorn lot that  will brighten up your pages  nnd please your readers  and advertisers. Writo us  for estimates on anything  in. printer's material.   : : :  TORONTO TYPE  FOUNDRY CO'Y  175 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg.  a  get  man    with  in a/hurry.  W. X.   U.  No.  353.  BBSSSBSB^SBrasannns Young* Corbett's Fiancee  Maud Slater,  the .champion    en  tijcr-1  1  re^��ararTOsa"a��^,iM^^  ~~^*  i  ' ��� !.  ,-Me's Mot,  'V  i  Vy*  '���A",V  '"���^'   .,;-'- "&&  ���������ix-ism  :        in.- .  i    '.'--tiv'  rifel*.  ' ^   .   *  -    " ^'����i 'generally,  at' pri-   "l    ;   w j^vens spnttmg just ao sue-    heve to wx^T,:�� Ti"?    -        -   oaii  .^ate'eiMer-tninm-erts--   :t   ono   ���-"   i,        ceas feoj113 within read.   After several        ��w*     ,.iftfe*isiv-  n^'Tlv^OO ne" Profits   wore   plished, by ^h{? patient and skill of M. i ^'nd �� J^JPW^ J<> poy a  ,TV" 'H "   '"       ''     "'       ''     ���JAfs^��ne.  one" of the bea^known lani-/ ��? /^ ���i " -^ $^ ^ IshpI1 ^efo*.       ,.   r  i      When 'the ragtime    crace    struck   daHes of Antwerp "Tfe'ring isfa��   fw  Jaf' ana*at!fro?Jd ^fincftme.    coal and   wooj.    Also  Colorado Maud 'wL atlending ;C-ioo1   n.tt?'?5 ?' ?n 3'ncll^i2 <"�����"*�����.   &   carry therSoS^^ -T^8" ' .e3K!CPt    l'UrUOr* In otI,'er ct'les:  < :n Cripple'(Wl-     ��!,* -       t       ' �� Marlborough caoiact there   is    a    *w    t i  rc?Qf?r. ana I am sorry for ��� -    -  iwjppu. Oreek.    bhe was frequently   ring cut out of bne-^H��� ,fi       *   a    that'   J havp ante friends from -whom t .  ' ^^^^.^v:���l ���-^-������g -^i��.^ _---- - ���^ | ^-^---^-^ti^.^     A/qjl.lfae of gen.  The la'est in   healing: ploves.   Burn?  coal and  v/oo.!'.'    Also  coal 'aail'Vood.  :mW;XMrivBo9mmm��.  >'disciplined for. -conduct- unbecoming  to a lady," wWclf COi:a;atecUn  WflBci   "  tO ftlnsBBc  u.til.   .."-'���      -..'        '        "        .        ��  ,    J���    ? did ^u cajTSr ��wl _ariilh^-  tor /.�� asked theM^e.     '    "~"~7"~" "~  a  ral .Hardware.  j *  ���A*' ��    <    I'      'OT'  !  '   /��� j r.'iiiftSi'  ^Mr mm'  'J   rJ', -,�� '!    If? ���J-A? ';! "  v hi '  i'i   , {'.( U-K .-,,'  i. U':a   "w    I?*   <*,���[ i;i '  B* fit' *y      -i 'Kt 'ii^wi;.;'4  I   -5*iA    i"i."   {ii" .';^ g|  "c^t: " yxl\  i'X ' ��� A U     %fi  'O r! iiupr- mill, ���' ��� '   -    - .-      ' '^ American** Dunce %Vell ��   ''   ai      j-*-fN^.. -   * ���     -   -  ���CoX^v',rCeP^ertha" H     ^-nBare^AlZSsin��ie J^y�� '^Wiwte xny vain-  , prescribed D/ tiie S0CJal code.    It ;uiv   world, says Carl Maxwig-rTThe Hussians abIes>   '    ���      "''  -���"    * A i "  -"  -.have lacked' dignity;, but it   oSrtaiblv   ^Te-��aecond aa(? .fche Spaniards third. 'Tc; Protect yoar vaJuables?    What  ; teemed v/ith rhythm.    .,   . ,   ��� * L^ ^^ ^ G**���^  ,*"   Alore than" a year -eo v-J.nn ,j            '           i A^eneahs dance abroad everv- ���� mcin?>:to Pa^^^e,'^Oiat else have'             ���   '"*    "' < <   '      "' ' "  ..-*'  ^oungCorbett,il:e'latter' wu^one   of   A Ieoder; of ootmionsfir.^dg bt "  "Why�� ^ -��^*i--*= ��--^-   ���-      '          '^      U     A^iUPfi  Cake   wait-.-  and    k�� I *Iieve-s>  JS born,"not made. ' He   must  ns.w   n   /-.a^.j.��:_     ,.  ��      , aaau^,u  >Ue judges at- a  ,cake   walk,-  and    he   {ieve-8'  JS .^^Hot made.   He   must  rawarded.the first'pr^o to a'preltv   -ir] I nJS * ���^ .mentol ?-].e^rnesB and  ��� named'Florence   Wood-     Mi ^^   ?^'figures must   be   de-1 '      A K1 -.������r^-r ,;  ranerv  and   ,rt���"   S       A.  ^ .W,,s   ^T-? as.^.^Bee*p.ogresSes:   .They AN   UNFORGOTTEN   K|S?.  ih^* ^ff^^J^-i l��7e  t1* rj l'  !, 'At',.  '���Ar I '  ! i*  If Wi  v W  A     ' '��� i)       '   >'V  '!?5!^  '.Hu'  1.1 V ,,Lfl ffl   '  ���A", '"'jfj-Jf '  .  --V- *'-'i #'*' .  k mm.  ..iboy  r/oti  and  Younp  Corbett   was  ������jmte   vyilhng   to   "inafco'-ap.��    ,The  .friendship'later', grew   more   Sei:<als  .espaSialJy -hfter  the death   cf   .fiV-i'ie  ���H^Ble^ gaud's plk1n? partnek   ,0"  . .vhom she'v/as engaged.."    ���      '   "'-   '  *"  Wlien Corbiott left Sen ver   to   train  for.tl,oMcGovfirn Qght he pron��iBd  'Maud he would return and'mlirry her  'Christmassy:    That -he' intend'*'    f I" ^i,'<   r ^"^ >     ] -   :*o**���Vo^rx'*�����^���  Tdered a ChriRj.mno vi:.���'o;   ,. J-s0,,.t,'^ V"d/_*_bltua.fe on r'B,��b creek in���/ T^ ^ghtneas on lier sunny brow/ the  ...      -,       ������_ ,  - -   .--"hu jo���ex���x nave  the gun.   If, cost jhq $i2f�� .':   ,  , n :  ;;Me.iymtiUi joiJ An. y. worifl.  AN   UNFORGOTTEN   KIS^.      '  I     ' ''���'    "  '���>'���/��� A-     T^���^~I~^  The'^V!eX^i^the P!Uip'the7^* Ha^"ey ��� <^ ��cCart9r!  Now with* discordant shriek, hnon'with            '"���'.'���        -' rf"      -'J    '���     /  Ketone qn^ia���^-:,;"K      " S^^'^ ^^:   ^ ^  pnyn?enf��.'   fieo D. J. Elmer. "  'NOTICE.'  shriek, "cnon'with  ,     ;    clyinAnro'  *"':���'^d>Side'tho  The dally raid of love and crime, of pree'^  and* vain desire. -    .   . ���'   -.     '"  Th ?deimer���S,W.1UHt.t1^ farte- lh^ r(?ora ^�����  aim ana disappears,  ���And in-its steacl oM scenes como   back  -   across tho waste of years;  ^ >'ouUnfini�� S��e1o,e<!Jde}1 -hair  a ' ^  'h��"S.J��^ee. ��t *** blue look  ioev srtfi:L!";, b.c  Harvey, ."ircCart.-r ,'i A't-xmitXe*;-,  mi::ix, xi. l,"  ?S?N & HUTCHISON,  �� Offices; MaiysviBe and Granferoak.'  ,s  I Barrister & SolicitorS,  ^44^3���,"        '   *  "7���* ������^^SS^'��~~��''II"I|I��'' ������i.ii.m       , i..ii ������-.,,-���I., ���,,-i.m  ������---OMj  ���fioyrp's tobiNG kotk  ���ji.!;,  ft! -  i'" i1 aft1  if0".' 'All"  f��,i --?M*  n  '   WILDEY LQD3F ND. 4-1.  I f     V *     ' ''.������.  j Meets every jl/ondity evening'in' ihiXr  ;  I huh   on   Victor!;/-street.'   ^ojqurning'  ��� 'Pdd Fellowa cordially iniMi>/-.,i        ���   *'  laze.  ; l .c,  .' { ;jv,  ���WW  siltlf "  fU'.3 ^'-l,   >*,- iffflWi.     '  > *.1 * 'I     J,4* ,"i:M ],' l  '*> i    vA'|i"P*-  - ->?��� , ! ifi 'J'rPt ���  ...iji ' * ry,  "'-VSt *  ', !h -i, i- -,* -r.t'M'  :"'ii '��� -j flH &m '  Could Sep the Bins  /'Cheer up, my friend," said the pa��r-  On  tO  tllpHvintrflnnm,.,!, 1 ���..i':''�� -'���    _ A  Dated y0y. Igth. 1901,      SAMUE^ GZAX*  ����*-?.       Si* mud G-a nt's tluib^F JimJtKo, 3  i..    ���   i ��. .:    "     ���   ��    ��"���',* "'jc   <.,,��� . ���     . ��� ,     -- -"*���*-.". a Li.uf.oBt lease on  onr?Pf^hihp,n pail see jt b,a?- S^^TsSr^^f S  i"lfe-.    '    - L     -     ��� ,J��nbed  as  follows:     Beffinaing at a    post  literature on the Incline, if^T^^LT^ h^k  of   ^rrio  creelc,   ^y |^i^V??^e^^iS|  *on���,     - ~~���*   ' ^ U2?i��fe& W -��P IWH' th.     ^' J'  ^  d-W  ftoft the dat.    2-^'���*wl.%M *"* h*<* ' 2==SS:i;2=^  the chief oommu-    When more than  ��,S 5?   hla'     .    ^  for a tl^ej* leaSe on since that fond  fSSiffSL?**6 fl'fid  on the South ���d, I'        -John fleot^m' ChSeVs'loumal,  T/ie het-t of ��� acoowmodaiious  for the t raveling public.  P* J. MQM&hQn, Mgr,  ,Odd peljlojya cordially mvitc-d.  P.*,f. MOORP, A. D.^RUiTMOND,  ;/ Noble prand. '   ���    , ..'^g^y.,  Bf   '*>! !;* ^  I... li    ' 3 i*1.! el)  {���si'S  / '<y *.'  ���*fe  m r.  n  b'i ^ -  f&y.  jKi,;. aid  *?  ��� a Si'  5.1 fl^ir*1 '  BOOTS    AHD    SHOES  ��� KephireiiAuul Made* to Order.  B. A: SMITH,      Moyie  CPOJTAI.DS  \Mpyip   Miners^ 'Union]  Moatfliji AJcOreffor Ji��Jl cye;y Tuesday!  Iswhiog,   Sojournfnifoiiembej'fl. ursf  ,sres:=s=;:: j oordiftlly fhvited io aitotid. '    '  .J.oatt McDokAtDj        p, t. s>tVTir  ..President.,       .      ,    Secretary.  PerinaiieHt'^*^*-  ^����� ��bJ0(?ts of  "?f9  copipany  '   ��"��.:    To  a^ord   a  safe   and  ���pro/itabje means for the sav-  ���ins of sman"sums' .by regu]^ '  i.ustalpio^tp, as well aafor'tho    '  ^veptmant of ainali nroo'uai^  .P/'^P/^UlBproduotiJersMP  o/ inierwt.. ^o.a/jsjat n,fi;;." '  . b^�� In b^lldiu^ pBwhBsfi^  J?r improving homos aodciGur,  iog off existing incumber-  uncesc  Moyie Board of Trade  Sleets on the first Wednesday  .. ,   evening* of each  month at  S o'clock sharp in tlie court  house.  DON'T TH1J0W THEIVf kM,  m  ti  |H' >?.  I'.  iw ���  -*p-i  !'��  ;  -1  I,''1"-  (IT.  ;t  <ii  n: mi  ifS   ; >44n,  14-^y  ihi'.-jAtA  It is just ljke throwing away money  '-jvhen   you   throw   away , the   SNOW  SHOE TAGS which lire on every plup  .of PAY* ROLL CHJ ���  .Save  them   and  ,   -yclioice   of   150    handsome    presents.  ���Tags are good up  to  Jan'y.   1st   1903.  \Write for our new illustrated premium  catalogue.    The Empire   Tobacco   Co  Ltd,     Winnipeg .branch,   Winnipeg'  "jMan.  Assessment work Contracts,Taken.  Parties wishing to have assessmen  -jvork done on claims in the vicinity o  Muyie, will do well to consult oi write  Ihfl undersigned for terms. WorL  left in my care will be promptly at  tended tp; and satisfaction will bf  guaranteed:        ' s. A. SCOTT.  ilalcyor^ Hot Springs.  The most complete health resort on  the coqtineqt of North America.    Situated    midst   scenery   unrivalled   for  vjranducr.     TPfE   HALCYON    HOT  Take notice that thirty clays from tho date  hereof, I intend  to  apply  to  the.chief com!  .,TO THE D^AF.  A rich   lady cured   of   her  deafn'es.*  ind noises in the'liead by- Dr.   Nicliol  ion's Artificial Jiar Drums, gi  M'1-IOi.BSALB 4XD Rmwil  CHAS.  P, OA'MPBELL L      ' A:p- Macdo^"^ Pre*.      , - , _ -- ���     ,  .. '\L-^^CKKr<S) n     , Lewis Th6Mbo��,   (MEAT  ;    MERCHANTS'?  7.. ._ f  Funeral Director  and  Embalmer.  Vice-Pres  Sec'v,  Krosli and Cured Me,iU,t Fresh  Fish, Game nn.i Poultry." Wo  supply only "the best. Your  trade solicited. "  , -Jegraph  mini orders promptly attended to.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   J.EAOEII.  QranbrOOk  COUJIT .IIOYIK. ,  ^'��>. 4005.  Meets on the lim Tlitirs  day of eu-ali mouth. Vi.s" j  ,  Uliig  breUiem   invited   T-p Q|i      +-,^n       ^    .  to attend. ' aii   "ie   -Principal  B. 0.  opi'^TOtrocyaitatu  G- T. McGHEGOB. K. S.  Established  1877  AUTHQRIZEfi   CAPITAL.  SlQQ.nnn  OEALERS    AND    EXPORTERS  INCORPORATED    1898.  i  ���For Downright   Satisfaction,  Shipment    after   Shipment,  St   VJSlfl  i'J >M  !j  J.'SSI  '    .*?..<  : !'t��'  ��� "W  I '  'Il'il'  litit  'if  :;^  I  ��� Ji  ^ I     L t'>-'��  t    f "' I ii!  ,1   I ru * -.<  SJ'RTV����!  <���7 .+^L^/^    ^^^"   s    ^/i/p    Your   Goods   to   Us  S1BI&GS  feanuanum, Halcyon' Hot   |    ^ti//    Prices    and    Immo  wrings, Arrow Lake, B.   C.    Resident   I , ���   .physician and nurse,    Boating fishing I \  and   excursions.      Telegraphic    com-j-jj  muuicatjon    with   all   parts   of     the | j J  world.    rJ'wo mails arrive  and   depart  daily.    Terms, $15   to   $18   per   week-  according    to   residence   in   hotel   or  villas.    Its baths cure all   nervous and  muscular diseases.    Its waters heal all  kidney   liver   aud   stomach   troubles,  -the baths and waters   are   an  invalu-  ble remedy for silver and lead   poison  ing.  SO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  .... - Copyrights &c.  J,,fHl5Ione se"d!.ne a sketch and description may  ft J'��n T pertain our opinion free whether m  iwnUqn ia probably,patentable.   Communi���  ����� S/rt^c%HC<?JlfldentiftI- HandbookSn Patentg  bent free. OldeHt agency 1 or seenring patent"r  i-atonts taken throuEh  Munn & Co. receive  tVOfwltioticc, ivithout charge, in the       receIve  A ]lrtn*lsorriely illustrated weekly. , T.nreest cir-  fitlittion of any scientiac journal.   Torma �� n  ����hch Offl"fl26 V St.. WaBhiftH*? T] ��! R  "wwcAf  Methodist Church  ,    SLR VICES  '  I Cities   and  Towns   in  British Columbia,  n  ���   *Wi  J  UKADQUAitTUKs   FOR  JSaST   IvOOTKXAY.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  Fare and One Third for |  Kound Trip  Tickets on sale Dec. 23, 24, 20  Are field in   Mr'.  J. C. Drowry', build  ing,   corner*victoria  and    TaviMiock  strect, each Sabbath at7:30 p. m.  Sabbath schopl at 3 p. m.  Pmyer meeting Tuesday evening at  o o clock.  The public are invited   and   will   i,0 ,  cordially welcome to  attend   services.   MEKCHA^T     TAILOR  W. L. SHERIDAN.  Piistor.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating,  .Trousers,   Imported ?< Goods.  B. C  MOYIE,  -200-21S2, RKST AVE. N,  Dec. 30, 3L, Jan.  1.  All tickets good for return till Jan. 3, 1902.  TOURIST SLEEPING CARS  CHOWfi' KBST  BKCTI0.V  LEAVE KOOTENAY LANDING"  Tuesday   and   Friday���For   St.'Paul  phd-U. S. points via. Soc> line./   ;:  Fridfty.only~.Fpr   Toronto,' Slontreal  and Boston,  For  Bates   Maps   Tl,nii  Cards, Tickets and  Agent ' UPPly t0 N0ftr��st Locftl  G. HliUer, Agent, Moyio.  WR.-TE-.rOR     PRIC'E   .O..ROU-.-ARS  -���r-^-------^---^^^^iiyJ  J. S  CARTER,  iMi.sf., Pass, Ap;i.  .Velson,  ���K.JACOYLE,  Ass'to en. I'asis.AKt  Viincovc".  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing*  iine at the  The Leading Ladies  and Mons Furnisher.  Clothing.-Boots  and Shoes.  A Full Stock of Miners Supplies  Always on Hand.  Call   and   Inspect Our   Goods.  :.;, ���   ���for���.;"���" :'���;'���-..'.  HEAVY TEAMING  ���*���..-'���.. :.-���...'. ���   ..���.,/'���  ������''������ .'.'���' ; "���'���'  ��� ALS6��� '���',- '  Baogagk,     Expkkss   ;W   GUXERA]  Delivukv.  I'.  .i;  X j(.'JC-.'j.  iBE^WHWWB


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