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Array ���*"**���  MbSSEfSB  /?  I  I  % \sr fei %  Fl  VI J'  AM.  /  Cf^A^^r g^z^s*^  rzGi%��3&S*  NO -12-  MOYIE, B. C. FEBRUARY I. 11  S2A YEAR  TO OUR MANY PATRONS!  WE WISH THEM ALL  m  tyr','* it, M  jk!  ��� txv/niL  8 3 J? ?E 3 ��*??=;-���''  3 tf  *   I   &**  sn  uUivan Co.. will Acid  .**?  t��orroain  i i  t.  We would also: takp this opportunity  of thunkine them all for''past favors,'  'which we have always done , our 'best  ' i, '      -o  to merit.  Flk  Hvllp  I CANADA  _^jr--  PAX'S  'Will find us putting forth still greater  effort to retain   tlie   confidence   which  , lias been placed in us, and our- :ipp:C-'  , ciation will be   shown , by "supplying  what everyone wants'-   'The best goods  at the lowest cost.    The, town   is "low,  but we are under it.'   , '  he*  Ah'  4  Olaim there Is no Need of  Selling Lead ��� Cheaply  when White Lead"  Brings 5 Cents.  who   is  Group  COMPANY.  E. J). Sanders 'of- Spokane,  inU'rp>tcd in ' the Sullivan  Mining company, hays that his complin v intends on the completion of 'its  -inciter and lead refinery at Marysvilli*,  to add a large corroding works fur thu  purpose of manuf ic-luring white lead.  ���   "What ih tlie uyfc," said .Mr. Sfinth-ri-,  oyie  CANADIAN  BANK.  OF- C0II  ( ��  |Paid Up Capital ;'$S,000,O0O.  al \ v  X BRMeH.' .WERf HAINES. MGR  'of  selling our lend for  i-._   cuts   per  uu  racial  38/1  nu-  ipa)'  :wi r.  x   v J. j.  rv  a  N. A. MacKenzib,   Pronr.ietof.  ,,,  lintel for the  masses.   Everything First  verys respect.    Sample Rooms  tor. ���' -  Oomme rcial Men.  British Columbia.  Moms  ��5  n!JtT^S''^!'^mi>w >1��.���������'^L���^^:^:j*Jt*' -*'���*'��� *"*'��� **���**��� ���***"��� "3*y' ���**'��� **"-  ���.i3>.  '10  ���g*.^ ytr.jar.jer.  DE3AULNIER JJItOS,    I'ropS.  Liir. o , p.'imple   iOom    in 'connection  with house for commercial mon.�� Best  -of accommodations  S^SjgESk" ^���^���^v >����v->s��v-,<*j.- >*.�������.��� ^-^xS^SS/^P^"^ ^���'nS?*^ ^���^:sZr&}  f'#  '^V'S^T'  m  f^' ^  rip.  t," !f#l  )R.  uarters for Commencial ,and Mining  Venue, /*        ��� ���    ���    ������ _i;  I8n.  is  j'ro Yitc.-B. c,  ^���^^^'5^^:^^^^^:^^^^^  es.  ^^^,a variety of Jelly Pftwders .which  ' &^&-k you would like.   Here are  Some of the Flavors?  mm'k'^m  .���'���"^^���itW  ! m:mM-  ^ j^ ,  '. ^ i H- <;",_____  ANGB  '  'V^&f*>  ds.  OGOEATE  aAy#EBE,Y  STEApi'iLE   '  j   LEJEQOT  '*)���  CHEilKY  tAnilla- ,  raspberry  LEMON  CrRAPE FHXri'I  T*  pound, wlien wo cm take ��� the bullion  uitl n-fino it iutopij le.i.l) '.>i-:,' liu- [,\-j  'e.d and corio-5t; it nitu wlliti: k'a.i und  4Ct 5, cents per pound fwr it? Wc bav,-  mailc some iri<__uirkv> irro th*1,q-iysljim  .in<i have found out coiWirh'r.ibk' about  tlie business of wliite load manui.(during. Formerly it, took frum thr��'iJ lo  six weeks to corrode lead, but, under  uew nrocoas tho eor.jdmjr can be au-  cqmplisbed'in two or three days.  "Tiie plant required for the new,  process, as I ui-deraliiml 'it, dues r.,oi  cost neaily as much 'is one of th�� old  nrocets. We believe that we will be  the pioneer white, di-ad nianufaciurero  -m Cimada.        - -���  '"So far as the smelter  and   le.id   re-  finery.are couceruu'I, "we   are   rusiiin^  construction   and   the orders   of    the  builUcra ars to ihkIi nmiiurs, no matter  what the expense may be, to   the  end  that-the smelter and lead refinery may  be completed by June 1.    Tlie frames  of the smelter buildings are up.    The  fire brick iaon the   ground   and   so   is  most of the material for the   furnaces.  We have our powerhouse finished   and  the   generators    and     water     wheels  should soon come to hand.   The plums  will hove   a   capacity   of   S00   ii'jrse  power and wiil  be   used    to   run   the,  chu>her?i and other machinery in   our  smelter.    The G. 1\ It. trains'ruuning  to and  from   Kimberley pass  through  Marysville and a spur  has   been   constructed to oursmeiior site., .  '���So tar as ore lor ouf smelter Is concerned, there will be no trouble about  keeping it running up to its initial capacity of l')0 tons per day. * According  (o an CbtimaU) made by -a competent  mining engineer, there are 2G5.000  tons on lhe dumps. While we do not  ueed outside ore, we shall tale all  that-is ofl'e'red, as we- desire to develop  the country.  , "When the capacity of the smelter  is not suflicient for current, requirements, we intend to increase it to  about 300 tons per diem.  "Alreaily we have used 500,000 feet  of lumber from our paw mi! I in the  construction of the smetler and other  buildings. Wc are going into this  venture to win and we arc certain that  wo shall do so. By tho timo wc have  finished the smelter and the load refinery we shall have spent over ij^O'V  000, to say nothing .of wha't money  hat, been used in thc development of  our mine.''  \Y. S. Craiitlcin  l>ea<l.  Wold comes from Ottawa that W.  .-'. Cran-i.m died thera List Sattuday  morning ail.;r a short but painful  dlncp.-" iA <\x driys from i>lftiiro pneumonia. ,AIr. Cranston was holding  tbe position of assistant city' engineer  of Oi'.'.w.i at lhe   time' of   bis   death.  | lie   kaves   a;  wife   and    two     small  j children,   one   three  years   und     the  j other r-ix months old,  ! .Mr. Cianslou w:ia formerly a resident  of Movi ��� and was an engineer im the  Crow's ZN'i-st road during construction.  IL- owned the house and several lots  at the up[x-r end of Queeh's avenue  Mr. Can'ston did excellent ' woik in  atsisling the people of Moyie in getting  a station some years agf>. ''.���  Speakiiig of, Mr. Cranston City  Engineer Kc-r of CMt.iwa said that the  best p:-'-ol ������! his Lite assi^uut's efficiency was thc able manner in 'which  he had carried to completion the  mechanical detail of tbe water works  f-xtension. "Mr. Cranston," said the  city engineer, "was .without doubt one  of tlie ablpstmen I'have worked with,  lie possessed a natural genius for  mechanical, detail "and was a most  reliable and pains'takiiig man. J, will  I'i'ituinly miss bi.'Vi.a great deal. The  -Snipe in which J find his work thows  tliaLhe w?s ri^ht up lo d,ite: Then  "l* notliing behind. 'Only a week ago  to-niii'it ,v.*e wi-ie-wnrki'sg tpgoibfr lo  a late hour. He compleined of having  a e-,1 i but did not seem to be thre.iten-  ��� ti with -erious, illness."  LOCAL    MEWS.  C0 P." R. Will Branch  out This Season.  WILL EXPEND MILLIONS  The   Federal" Government  Agrees to It but the*-  Stock' Must .Bring'  Face ' Value. . . ���  GENERAL   NEWS  NOTES.  - J. H. Hawke was in Cranbrook  Tuesday securing ice contracts from  .���some people there.  ihliy Hamillon ,w.i.-;   in' Cranbrook,  L'uHsday.  .Mrs. Summers has'returned from  the hospital.     ' L      '" --  Jo'i-Frobus, the baker, , was here ��� a  iavf days this week from Wardner.  _- ��� j  . 'J. A..Harvey is expected back from  the east any da5'"now.  LOST���'A 'lady's bracelet between  the station and the Kootenay hoteV.  .Finder will please" leave same at this  office. '   ' '  Fred Pieper .was in town for a few  hours, Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. Williams were here  from Eiko'this week ancl were guests  ���at the Kootenay hotel.  Mrs. Lewis Collins and children left  ior Fi-ruie yesterday.  Lend iu London was up lo ������11 .this  week, but is again down to the" old  riguio.  .Root itob'son left for Cranbrook  yesterday where he has accepted a  portion as cook ai JRobnson &��� Mac-  ken/Ae's mill. -  Sam Grant is daily expected back  from the east.  Wm. Mill's   residence is   completed  and will be occupied next Monday.  ���   Thos. S.   Kennedy   returned    from  Miirysville this week.  Piov. Mr. Lowering of Cranbrook  will be h?ro tomorrow and conduct  the Melho-fisl services.  Messrs. Hawke & Brenton started  to cm ice this week.  Ottawa, January 2S.���In view of the  extraordinary rapid growth of the Can  adia'n northwest in the recent vears  chmiinating in tbe harvest of 1001  which yielded over 00,000,000 busbch  f-tr export, the puhiic will be quite  piepared to learn that ti'.e president of  the Canadian "Pacific railway has  asked the Dommioii' government to  approve of a resolution authorizing  the board of directors, with the sine-  tion of the shareholders to ' increase,  the capital stock of that' company, tn  the extent uf $20,000,000 fur the purpose of enabling it, to build new  loomotives and cars, lay heavier lails,  arrange in due course <ior the double  tracking of certain' sec.lions and  provide such other_ i'mprcrvements as  may be fonucl necessary to cope wij.h  tb.e lurge increase of traffic which .has  already taken .plane, as well as with  the still greater increase confidently  looked for in the immediate future.  The amounts applied to each of these  departments are as follows :   ' -,  For new lolling stock, .$9,000,000.  Double-tracking, $6,000,000. .  .. 'New plants for construction'  of  rolling stock, chiefly at Montreal, $1,500,���  000.    , ' /"��� '       '     '  New elevators, improvement of  terminals, $3,000,000.  Miscellaneous improvements, $500,-  000. "  Total, $20,000,000. , ',  The government on its part has  been quite frilling to approve of tbe  issue of the stock. It is clear to the  ministers, as , to every one with a  knowledge'of the Northwest, that the  constantly growing busiues of the  Canadian Pacific requires an increased  outlay   of capita]   account,  otherwise  the interests of all  concerned,  of   the  c .  farmers and merchants, no less than  of the company itself, must suffer  from congestion o'f traffic and from'  the impossibility of meeting the requirements',of thc muUitude\of new  settlot-3.going in every year chiefly  from the western States.  The case ag&int the Rossland Miners  Union by the Le Roi mining company  has been dropped.  'A.B.Gray, traveling ��� salesman for  ���i. P. Rithet & Co., died in Nelson  this week of heart failure.  . Rev. H. Irwin, belter known in the  Kootenays as "Father Pat," died in  Montreal a few days ago of cancer.  Chief , of  Police  Vaughn   of  Ross-  land has resigned arid Frank J. Walker."  b;i3 been appointed to fill his position.'-  For some time fhe Nelson hockey"  club has been trying to get a- match,  with Rossland but so far to ho effect.  All the hockey enthusiasm seems to  have departed from Rossland hockey  oluband thin winter thoy have ' nob  ventured beyond Trail for a game.      os  , J.- Rodrick Robertson of Nelson,,  general manager ot the Lpndon &���  B. C. Goldfields company, was ac--  ciden(allv'killed in tho Murray Hill--'  ootid, New York; this week by an explosion of dynamite in the guew rapier  transit tunnel now building. The  fune al took place in New York.  For the first  time   in   a   number  of  years   the   lake   opposite   Nelson    is*  frozen solid enough   to   permit   crossing it on foot. .   During th>i   winter   of  1S99 thete   was   a   severe   cold , snap-  illliough the cold wis not so great   at-  thai being experienced aTpresent.    At'  that ti in "2    tho   barges   carrying , cars-  were brought   to 'Nelson   for   lr,i|.-[e"f  arid thc   ice   breakers   were   used   nV  keeping the channel clear.     The 'constant passing,, of   the   steamers   andf,  , barges prevented communication witlr*  the opposite  shore.    This  time,  ho\v-  i-'-'vei;, as the steamers are   not  brought'-,  to the city,the ice has  had   a chance'  to freeze solidiy.  ORANBHOOK    ITEMS'  Metal Quotations.  4   |  'vAi*  jsdelafc  fr * 3t*^?  Goi's {{elatiiie.  Ai  SO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Kos.slaud Hitirulion.  The executive ' committee of the  l{o^sl -.hd Miner's union has given out  the   following   statement   for  publica- j mas number of the Pernio Freo   Press  New Yojrk���Bar silver,  55g  Lead, $4.10.    Copper,   ij?U.S7��.  London���Load, JC-IO, IGs. 3d.  cents.  *>tr. UlaUeiuoro !Exi>lains.  The editor oi the Leader is in receipt  of a letter irom Mr. Blakomore iu  which he states that',lie very unintentionally overlooked'Movie and the  dt. Eugene initio in, .his writ'eup of  South litis I   Kootenay   m   the   Chnst-  tion : ���  'I'lie iilrikc iiay boon settl:d at the  l;C Roi mini', but it is still in force at  lhe oilier niitiOa as before.    ���  Negotiations aro being carried on  with the  other  mining  companies   of  Mr. Blakomore says that "lhe St.  Eugene 'mine is tho largest r'nd most  valuable silver-lead ore mine in the  west. One has only to pay a visit to  .Moyie and look over the splendid  mod'.'rn plant which has been   erected  Cranbrook Herald:       ',  ,. ,   '       '     I  The quarantine at Fernie has, beer:*  raised. -<<.,,  A. W. McVittie ' is in ��� Blairmo'ft?  where he is surveying an addition1 W  'that town.  B. 6. Smith, M. P. P., has gone' id  Vancouver to attend the Liberal con--"  veution.  -  J. Schaich came down from -Marys;  v'ille Tuesday and is iu charge' of R. E.'  Beattie's store duriug' the Ialt'er's'  absence.  i  Fred Piaper visited Moyie last Monday. ' He says that the town is doing  .t good business although the mines  are shut down.  Arrangements are being cc'mpleled '  for the Odd Fellows'  ball   to  be given  at Wenlworth   hall   on -the   10th   of  February.    It promises   to   be  one  of  the best ever given in   Craubrrok  and ���  no doubt will be  largely   attended   by  people   from   various   parts    of   .(he  district.  1 . .,- ' i ���  The scheduled games for the, cham-  eionship of  the   Crows-Nest   and   ihe  handsome clip offered   by. A.   C.  Lip--  hardt b'f Fernie, have   been   Called   off  awing to lhe laleness   of. the   season  and the quarantine   afc  Fernie.   This  action  was  a  disappointment  to the  Cranbrook boys as they have a  strong  team this year and were out with a determination to win that,cup.  tin- coup which have been e flee ted  by j.and- observe   the   business   iik.e ;   air  n tiie bHikC lull    tliey. are   apt   yet j Which  pervades   the   place   to   realize  completed.  . 1m0m0$m^~' trademarks  ^iMWSm^ 'DESIGNS',  .-: i fmrtT*"..    Copyrights &ca.  .AiirouosoridlnR tiakolcb hud dcac'rljJtton ii>ny  ������ri��icl:lv aacei't^ln cur opinion free .whether an  i-.vniilion. la probably patoatuble.   Ooinirainlci.  lioa.-i-rif-riotl}��� couOdent.inl. --7Ijuidbook on Patents  ���tout'freo.-Oldest iiBon'ij'/for securing pnlonta.  .    i'nten.ia lakoii ilirmisU- Mmin fc-Co. receive  sytclul itoTicc.v.'lt'hout t:lif!-rie,-in tlio  : Sciifific Isirslcaii  A fi.-vnclsombly lllnst.raf.erl woeitlv. J.nrcoat clr.  enl.'ttii'n.i of any aclcntillo.-UVurmil. Ternis. $3 n  yivir ��� lour mouibs, $1.  Scr'd byull ticwsrtenloM.  MOHNSCa^^^'HIewTM'  ttr-v-eii OiHee. (K5 *i' St-' Vi'���Slilnjitt-t', T>. C.  \\'nr!.ing meii in outside camps are  .idvisi'd io keep away from Kossland  ior ihe present,' as there are 'more  union men at the present time bore  than can . secure employme_nI- uciil a  settlement hiis.bei*n eiuH::,'-,-u, with the  oilier mining companies. , .  .'  that this great shipper of' lead ores is  uniq'tc in it* pos^ibilitietj. and its.  capacity. No mine is in better  position' to hold its own than, the St.  Eugene, and if it cannot do //business  tb.e others will have to go out, of the  trade" ���     .-     ���' ���   "���'..''������''' ������..- ;���  TO TH'jfc'.XjisAlK".  I ' "'  ' '    I  Arich   lady cured   of   her  cieufness |  ,,:     ,  ��� ,,       - -,    ���;   ���-',���   ,    ,    >n(i noises in lhe head^yjDr.V Nichol- i  The weather for the  past- Week   hns;-,u''    - '*      4      ���   ���     ,  Tlio AVealber.  .1  uray Oct Mat Ico  Cuntract,  Whitney brothers,   Lewis   Grant, Iv.  \V*. .Johnston and Hawke   &   Uronton.  arc figuring oh a  contract of   putting'  up 50,000 tons of ice for   the   o. T. li,'  and for Cranbrook and    local   parties.  Providing they get if, it   will   be  tho  largest ice   contract  ever   bandied   in',  tbe Kootenays.    As 50,000 tons of(ice  means'2,000   carloads   or   100  train /  loadsthe magnieude of   thc   contract  can be realised:.   The. ice   is   now  m.  excelleht condition.    It   is   about   M  inchei thick and as clear as a   crystal.,  If the contract is secured ti day and  night shift will be   put   to    work  im-  immediately and .about ' 20   men   will  -  be employed.   'There is, not-a, place in,  Canada whore ice can   bo    put'.tip   to  better advantage than on   i\Ioyie lake.  been the coldest, known in-1 his-part oi  ihe country for, years. With the ex-  ci"'pt.i''.u of ofie or two.days the mercury  Ii.ki registered 20 degrees, below zero.  This'hio.miogit was 15 degrees below  V.cro..     ':.���'���������  ,-:i'-, Artificial.Jt'iir Drum's/ gave .*}il0,-  000 to bis Institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the Ear Drums may  i.avo. (Item   free.    Address  No,   L1522  i i he Niclx.dsoii Institute,  lAvciiny, New i'ork, U. S.  7S0,  A.  J'hL'blh  ; There are said to be 500 women wiio:  practice law in tho United States and  10,000,00t> who practice thV 'piano,  which, Says (he cheerful philosophy;.  proves that there is more miisdc' lii.ac  discor-.l in Iji'e.  JASSStjffsftii >!'  '  ���Yi'  AS  4-i  cms,r  ... i new'"~ _."  ' w mm mm         __, ��� B��aaBESssBB*e*B*BSSBSJaja����MrtBtara��B)aaaB^^  Published ia the interest of the people  ���f ,r'     - . .,        ,��� j '�����*���� in lacfrOGtnern-dirtalo'U of tlie East lie  Ot Movie and Jiast'Eootenay. J nay  district, ��.. or Cercmencinjr at'   a" ]  = -������-���.-������---���- ; i marked Vie Descu] titer -plr.nted or.- the   <  #. 4 . 33IYXE & CO.,    -  -NOTICE.  TaVe;scnicui5i(UlIi(ivc ..pplica'*o the, chic;  roinin:s.-ioi;^r of Wrfr. r-n.l' Woil:.-, Victoria,  B. C, for a t.j.eciel licence io cm nrjrl i airy away  timber on ibo fclWih:r'c!c��c;.ibe<l vao��utcfo>rii  lauds in tbe frOGtIierii-dirtalo'U of tlie East llco'te  poet  .i marKca   vie Uesn.ului<=.r -planted or.- the   eu&t  -4 s  fe*S   &,  -JO.  **T  ^y~A  ree  eatus or srjr^cKii'Tiosi  Q ie' Tear..  O-i c���  SATURDAY, FEB. 1. 1902.  side o:3riUiiiiaii crcefc-on tfie tottL "lieV-oI'thc'  - Publleliers.-f railroad trr.ct, tt��l>ih'J*C'&'--r":'��- = ct ���-' r"*"p"r-f  j follonii:-,' the crick 3C0tiicruf'-jsciitli; fhcEc'e 4C  .] chain's east; thcrlc's ICO eliai'ts -orth U piece Ot  '��� commouciueut, coateiiiinj,' (MO zcrvu; wore or  less.     . .     ,,-.-,.-; .     ,-��� ���������,- .'  Dsted Jan. 1, 3002  ���i���'IO.      ' - -  4sthmalene. Brings Instant Belief and Perma  Bent Cure In all Oases.  .*2.00;  SEFT ABSOLUTELY FI2EB ON I1ECE1PT OF POSTAL.  ^.BITEZOXTE HAHE^IfD'ADI-EESS PLAINT.-V- '  VICTOR I-rSAUU-IEIl.  ��� 'The Ifite  Rfght Hon. W. E.jGladstone,  price   said:   /'Nothing except   the mii��t';  csan make, money without advertising.";  This is why Gladstone  is'remembered  as the Grand Old Man, '    -  - i      *��� i  Admiral Schley very   wisely   refust-s  to enter polities.        ��� " ���'"  ; :  Thera is {nothing 'like Asllimale'n'e.  It brings" instant relief, even" in tho  wo ret" cased. ' It cures wlieh rill else  fails:  *   ' ���      "' ���   '       :' '  .TIu-Bcv. C, F.   WELLS,   oi   Villa"  "Yonr" trial" hot lie of  'isthinnlone'ree'eived   i"n 'good   condi--  tstn^uartMMtimnaam  ice are Moyie's chief industries."  No doubt in alter years (hip "will   be.  looked upon "hs the Stojiri   agp   by   lhe  'Bulgarian bngaiids." - ���    '  .   , XOTICK.  Take notic tllr.t Ilinvo applied, to tht> Cliic;  commissioner of lends find work?, VicfOriii,  B, C, for <*."��>pet-i''.l- liccii'-e   to-cut   fi.nd-tj"an*/  away timber on the follov. in:? described Jvacnnt   Hidge, III., (jays'  Croiyn l.mdfi in the southern" divi inn   of  the'  Knst KnotencY district. B.   C.   Coinint'iiofciifc at  a post planted about one ralle and'ouo iif.lf on ' ,u'n-' I cannot toll yow h'o\V thankful  the east side,of Toehtvfilougiionh Mde" of the- j ITeel for tilt: s'ood d'erivo'd froii) ii. I  British Columbia-SoutlieriiTtinray truck 'on   ',wS v ,������.      ,    ���       ', -   -., .....  which ,,ba��t is rfarkod L.-'Onhill-.-runni-n? ��,Bl     '?8 a sla.Ve' cT������d *vl,��1 P������d . aorca  ICO ehnins;-tli��noe .south -iO chains.-Tiier^e jwesfc   'liroiitT andjAslhiiia   fnr'iLMi   years.    1  [|icochains;-thencc��orth�� obaiHs-io.^lfilee of  despaire'd of ever beihg '6ured.    J   ea\v  yoA'r advertifceme'i'it- f<Vr V;:c cuts or thi^  ���"drp'adTiil'and tormenting"disfilitfe', As-  thma/and liioug/ityoii had overspoken  yourselves, but resolved ��ln give it' r.  f'rinl.    To my fislonfsh'inen't, tbe   trial  ^*- ^^,iii,|-��� ITT,.. ���*J~.  conimenreineui/ oor.fciju'ng-Cte c-qr��K,:-inore or  j less.  i Dated Jan. 2,1002.  I,. CA/Hi.L.  -39.  nmnwR  NOTICE.. ��� - - ,  "Take notice that I have 'implied"io 'Hie chief  commissioner-of lands nnd vorks, Vii'torin,  B. C, for a specia". iieense to cut and rrirryavrav-  tnnbt'r on ihe followln�� deserihed vac.int'  Crown Inndr, in the ..oiuhern division, of tho  KnstKoo'eiiny district, B*. H.   Cornmein.infr al n  biiles of railroad  bo 'in'ler.dg' building  *JiiiS'year. ' '  Lord lloslyirCried his  sy&tem when  ; �� '/ i it,  he* Was'bucking the, tiger at ^lonti  'Carlo, but hio ' system failed and  hiose" who liackerf, hind' are oui  'tbeJr hundred thousand "plunks "  The Lord is' povy a sadder but wiser  ���rnan.'        ' ' ���  acted like a chnrm.  '..���iie bottle.'-"   '  >**nd   me a   ful.i-  It seems about time for'Grace lo lei  the anxious public   know  iiow   many j *'0<:t, on'rhu  ,-,est side of Gnlbrnith's   nnuOi,  block S-l.'.'W.oniioitli "-ide'of railroad track."whiv.-b i  which pont Is Murker! Edward -Tjcsanlnier.' run-1  tiinp 1C0chains west! thenee 40'chains ronth;  thenee ir>0 chain', esst, fhence 40 clinins north  to pin do of coiumcncomcnl, conlaining- A jo  acres, mpreor less- KDWABD DESA ULNTKB.  Dated Jan. G, 1002.       * , 4-.19-  Call early and gat a better choice. Do not overlook t h s f h-j, [j, ,,  v-.'e'eai-ry Hair Brushes, Cloth JJrushes, Military h-nr lirudi-,''-  made with peuuiue bristles ami with ebony, wood, oj ;v.;rv I, ,,i  Ik  'There are said to,be 500 women who  '- " ,      - *. -'  practice law in ihp United  States  and  J.0,000,000   who- practice,   tin    piano,  which, Bays the obeer/ul  philosophei,  proves tbatjjtljere is mo?o music thfm  yisooni'in life.   ,  j.n��,ninri)ii\*rt'a.��6WQii  , -The Indian predicted that this vvotiici  be a *nild; open winter. He, said  /���Hal-lab. 1 snuw. Halo cole-all-a-he.  All same hy?as ahn-cutty." But yva  are now inclined to believe lhat this is  "halo de lale wa-wa," nnd that lhe  jndian theory is "kok-shnt."  , , xotioe.  Take notice that I have applied fo the Chief  commissioner .of lands and'works, Vlcforin,  B. C, fora special license to cut ami carry away  ffmbcron the following described vacant Crown  lauds in the southern division of fhe East  Kootenay district, B. C. Commencing at a  post marked O. Desaulnier planted about one  and one halt miles east of Tochty ou the north  .side of the Canadian Pacific railway. Running  west lfiO chains; thence south 4G chains; tlience  east 160 chains: tbenoe uorih 40 chains backrto  olaae of commencement", containing 640 acres,  more or less. ,      ' O. DESAULKIER,  DatedJan. 2,1902, 4���39., "  E VS ft Y^fe'--- '^s 5 Rf H S S  ,���j>KK=as:  "flKLJEF.  ~J  James J. Jeffries, champion'pugilist  pf the world, is an active' nfember of  the Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders. Bob Fitzsimmons is also a mem-  ber of the Journeymen Horseshoers'  Union. 'Both .display their ' union  working cards with pride.  Ugly rumors are afloat, concerning  recent actions of the license commissioners and other officials of this  dis.trict. If the minors aio unfounded  it is too bad to have them in circulation; if Ihey are true a proper investi-  catiou of Lhe facts should be made im-  .mediately. ' ,     '  There is a good deal "of agitation in  i'onie circles over tho .question as -'iv  ��� whether the. members 'of the United  States delegation to the cornation of  ICing Edward shall wear loug tiouscrs  or knee breeches. The Spokesman-  Review suggests lo compromise matters by them "wearing long legged boots.  This would settle the trousers difficulty  and give to the delegation a distinctively American appearance.  When a painter runs across a color  he dosen't know the name of he calls  it drab; so when a miner strikes a  rock that ia too much for him he  usually callb it porphrv and lets it go  "at that, says the Mining and Scientific  ��� Press. Such "porphry" is in most instances simply country rock or dikes  altered by hot wattr, whioh took out  some elements and replaced them by  Others. Id is considered a good si"*!)  of permanence, because it indicates  that thero was "suflicienl, mineral  action continued over a long period to  produce a permanent ledge.  "   "Notice to Delenque-it Cc-Ownjsr, *  To-Otto P. Johnson, or to any person or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests in the *\fay Pjower mineral claim,  situate about five miles north of Fort Steele in  tbe Fort Steele Mining Division of tho district  of East Kootenay, B. C, and recorded in the-  recorder's office of the Fort Steele Mining-  Division. ' '���  You, and each of you, are hereby notified that  I have expended one hundred and ten dollars in  labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claim iu order to hold said  miucval claim under the provisions of, the  mineral act and if within ninety days from the  date of thi-; notice you tail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together with all costs of Hdvcrtising, your* interests fn said claim will become the property  of tbe sub subscriber under section 4.of an net  entitled "an net to amend the Mini-rnl Act  1000." ',   ,   i  n wm. GATXUl'.  Dutcd at Movie, B. C.,.this 8th day of Jan. 1902.  4���o9���3m.  O. F. DESAULNIER  DJ'AIKR IN-  PROMPT   DELIVERY  Queens' Ar/e.     MOY1E  Mi  'HlD ,,"  The following statement of bounty  money paid to ollicers in thc Santiago  and Matiila campaigns shows the unfairness of the government in this  matter. Admiral W. T. Sampson  $25,000, and expects $10,000 more  from tho Maria Teresa. Reur-Admiral  Schley ha,s drawn ij51-i,!)o3 and -expects  to draw $3,33-1 more. Cup tain F. K.  ChaJwick has   drawn   ^11,020.08,   and  is yet to draw$'���1,321.00 more. Captain  Cook of the Brooklyn and Captain  Clark of the Oregon, who were in the  light throughout, have yet received  nothing. Commander Wainwright  will receive $135.08. Bear-Admiral  .'Watson gets only $18.3'5. Admiral  Dewey, for his', work at Manila, has  received $9,570, about one-third as  much as Sampson. - ..Cliadwick, who  was not in the Santiago fight at all,  gets more than Schley, and it must be  supposed simply because he testified  before the Commission in behalf of  '"lemp'eou."        ���"-.*���'  &ET Y  FIOTUEEB FRAMED.;  Prest, the photogra-  .pner, lias just received the finest lot  of. mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer, -  Cr.Mibroolt,     Moyio,     Fort Stoulo.  Will Visit h'oyic on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  SO   YEARS'  ^EXPERIENCE  "mi  DcsiGrcs  Copyrights Sec.  Anyone SPiidliiB a slcelch nnd descrlnilon may  riulcklv ascertain.our opinion li���� vvhctlier tin  invention' ia probably patentable. I'oiriinunicn.  tlona strictly conildcntlnl. Ilaiull)oo!:ou 1'utents  oant freo. Oldest n��cnoy for f'.o,cunri|.r pjtt.pntH.  'I'titonts taUon tbroucli Munu k Co. receive  "ncrlal lUitlCC. wit.bout c'nr,r,'!C, ii'. Mi<3  'Scientific Siiericaii  A luinilaomcly HhiRtnilfiil wockIv. T,nv;.'o;it c:lr.  (���illation of any (tf:lem.lHo.Jriurtial.- 'l'cnriy, $3 a  vour   lotir fiioiiHia, 41.  i\u dby.'ill ncvaclpulcrs.  illfll'I'S'Oo.331^0^' Sew Yarfc-  Bniccli Oiilfco. r,25 V ��t.�� Wit'Jinui''.-,,;:). c.  Hev'. Dr. Morris Woehsier,  Pabbi'of (he Cong.    Bnai Isr-i*-;,].   ���  -     Now York, Jan. 3,1901.  Dit .'Tai-t'Bkos'. Mkdicixe'Oo.,    "  Gcnnemen : Your Aslhmaler.e is an  excellent remedy for Asthma and 'ijay  Fover, and 'its, composition   alleviates 0 > ', ,  ��jl troubles v/liich  combine   with   As-     "��� ,,",������  thrnn.'-'Ils success is. asloni��liing   n'tlrf > ���    .   '     '���" ' , ,,  wonderful.   ' ��� -     - ���  / ' f ��� ��� 'i  Alter having it carefully   analyzed,' we can .shite   t,hat   Asthmalune  contains noopiuns, morphine, chloroform or ether.   Very truly yours, '    '  '  .     REVr. DR. MORRIS WfiGHSfcER.  '     ,  -,''.' i�� '  '      '    '    ' Avon Si>K{xgs, K". Y., Feb. 1, IgQl '  Dr. Takt Bros. Msdicixb Cq.        , ' "^  Gentlemen:' I'write this testimonial from a senfis of. duty, hiving tested  the wonderful effect of-your Asthrnalen.<\ for the cure of,' asthma." My wife  has been afl.iict6d with, spasmodic asthma for thepast 12 j'.e'ura. Having ex-  hau3ted my own skill as well as many others, I ohaoced to ' see your sign  upon your windows on,130th street, JJew York, I at once obtained a bottle of  Asthtnalene. My wife commenced taking-it about-the first of .Ndvember.' I  very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bo!tie her asthma  has disappeared and she is entirely freti from all symptoms. [ feel"that I can  consisten'ly reci'mme^d the medicines to all who are -jfllicted With this distressing disease,.   'Yours respectfully, ' ���   O. D. PHELPS, M. D.  - ��� -'        ' ���   ,'   ' '   : o '    ,     'e ���  Dii_. Taf-t Bros: .Medicine Co. ,.-       "   ��� ��� Feb. 5, 1901/  .Gentlemen: 1 was troubled with usihma for A'll years. "I have t.-icsl  numerous remedies,,but they have all failed. I run across your adveilisrmeul  and started with a trial bottle. I f.aiiid r-.-ljef'' at -inco. T have biuco purchased your full sized hott'lt-,' i.'nd I am eVer grak-ful. 1 have family of lour  children, and for i-ix years was unablf to work. -X-ahi now in ilu; best of  health and,am doing 'jtininetio every .day'. This*'testimony yon oan make such  use 'of as.you see fit. ' Home addres, 23j Rivmyton street'. S. RAPHAElj,r>7"  ^ ",    '      ���   -     ��� ,      f -" '       '-*     t)7   East,12i)th at!, Kew YoVk City. "  TRIAL, BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY   FREE   ON .R EC EI PT  -'   .. OF POSTAL. >  Do not dolay.    Wwto at once, addressing DK. TAFT BROS,' MEDICINE  CO., 79 East V.m\\ St.. N. Y. City .  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.  A. STEraE^SBN, Proprietor,  Alincrs ^headquarters.t    Good ''accommodations  for,, travelers.  ' - liquors und ciga'is kept iu i;tock,  lake Shore Addition       ���  '��� 'moYIE.B  OS!,,  , ^riBDBRSTXDTAlUJSSTEREIi .0 CO.  * r    n *   ' ��� "<  ager Beer, Porter and Bottles  ?r Always oh Hand,  Quality not escbelledlu the ooiiutry. Try itjand  ' ' ���       : be,(3dnvinoed,  9di��9dddddd99d999^>9d^99d��4S�����99^��C�����e��939��d$a��a!*>��-l^^  flp)  I;  J0HJVSTOJ/   BROS.  �� ThibHdtelisNewand well Furnished,. The \ fm  *'������      Tables-are Supplied with,the Best ;the { mk  B.arvey    &   'McOarter,  FOKT SI'KELK, B. O  Harvey, ">IcCarlex- & Alusaiidcr.  f\ERXTE,.IJ. t.  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. F. GUED,  saaiicl  Notaries    Pui-lic,   Commissi on and JxsijRanci* Agents.  \5/  (Si  8  /ft   nrOYIK,;-f  *<s<&��-e<-<-'e<:<^ft��e'eeeef�����-S6*-cte$$������6���vS���'S���e���������������������^  Market affords. The, Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands,of Liquors and Cigars.  '   AGENTS   FOR PABST'S  "BIILWAUKEB BEEE.  ���   HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  .\'". AND MIMING MSN"*'  --���.���,-      ���        ���. .      Biti-rrsu cor.UMui.v  yi JT7**:i��rVim''g* """���THmifMr  ESTABLISHED   1877. ' INCORPORATED    1898.  i-      AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL,  $100,000,  DEALERS    AND    EXPORTERS'  pi  SiAlllilSTi'Ai., SOLTCITOI1, EXC-  CRANBROOK,  6.  C  Mining Stock  66  Bran chef*:  l-'OrfT STEELE,  FIMHERLEV,  AIAItVriVJLLB.  Moyie, B. C.  For Downright Satisfaction,  Shipment after Shipment,  Ship Your Goods to Us.  rail    Prices     and    Imme-  mime 6  '/�� I  !_ 99  CRAKBBOOK.  Daily market prices- hy   ivire  from iSjKikano.  dlate Payment Every Time.  Been Established^ 24 Years.  Write for Prices. Make frhil  Shipment.     Convince Yourself.  ASSATjBJM.  'E"!  LEWIS THOMSON,  ���Notauy Public, Accountant, Commission -and  Insurance Agent.  Moyie,  B,  G.  B. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent,     '  .. ���.-'���   ' , ^..v '  - NEW   YORK LIFE, ;  ���   LONDON ANDLAiNCAsllIRE.  I-HCENIX OF BROOKLYN  Insurance Co.'b  Fort Steele, B. G.  NELSON,  B. C  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  ; Kinds. ������������������.  200-2^2 FBRST AVE.  N.  write:   for   price   circulars.  '<  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water   and Syphens.  ���.�����ir��.-**ay ��v-*"r��-��i  Don't Rubberneck Your Neighbor's Paper.    .Subscribe for  ��� 4 t\ ���  #525 lit  SB-St. PerYear,  ;m$M  .XOntf  '. **,-$$  >uJ'offlcfe  f-;;;Te1*;89J  (   |!/-IlS|  ;' ,6auiJjS'  ;   *-,iVonti  ",-��&��  "���"Montroi  > >- ������ '",-Eisi  : "-*.' daii  ' Molsonj  ,  '   Idlat  Portage  ,',     AfNut  ���' aU<  ,   Portage  ' torn  f   ' Sun  Gladsto  . into  , "    '- Bun  ShOal'I  ' iato  ���   Tu��  '   Rapid C  Mordon  :_���; pou  i, Napiak  ���poir  ��������� ^Brd1!  ��, Tu'e  Glenboi  ��� P��"  PIpesfco  mod  Fri.  Frobyst  -- van,  on ,  - Tuo:  wretna.  West Se  _ Tues  Stono-.vi  Emerso  S7WJL  it i  I'i.1: OYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,   B.   C.  at  life  ?PS  Speaker  ami   Speaker..  ie is a tale to the effect that while  SJTbonias Brackett Reed   wielded  ���vel a gentleman tock his little  \ue gallery of the house of repre-  ivcs    Looking  down   upon   tlie  -.numerous' brand, of the federal  ,re  the  child  asked,   "father,  s that larse man sifting in the  "with a mallet in his hand?"  ?E my son." replied the fond, par-  Wl* the house of representatives."  fid wlio are those oilier nujirsittinj?  micirclos around hlia'?' inqulrea  jnv chap- ' ���     ,  Sov are tlie speakers of the.house  '.p'resLMitaiives." answered pater-  Jlsis.-Cliarup" Clark . iu 'Leslie 3  "ily.   Celery. '  ^revive limp celery, put It lnt��  water for a second or so and  |do a howl of cold water, allow-  |e water to run on it for somo  If his will make it quite fresh and  for the table. ���  Yo\ir  willbs  _.  strong as ours if you try  Shilo  Consuoip  Q  o  e  and ours is so strong we j-ruar-.  antee a cure or refund money,  aud %ve send you free trial bottle  ��f you write for it. SHILOH'S  costs 25 cents, and will cure Consumption, Pneuinonia.Bronchitis  and all Lung Troubles. Will  cure a Cough or Cold iu a day,  - and thus prevent serious results.  It has been doing- these things  for 50 years.  S. C Weixs & Co., Toronto, Can.  Karl's.Clover Root Tea cures Indigestion  tf iwinwgS  ijand  $$�����$&  i-  I  TA.KE' NOTICE.  publish  simple,   straight   testi-  1s.     not   press'   agent's     intcr-  froni  well  known people,  1 nh over America they testify  merits  of     .MINAKD\S    LLNI-  the best, of Household .Heme-'  >C G. KJCTIARDS & Co.  The Mad cod Gazette says : "The  r.'ver instill open at this* point. Jf  the present mild weather continues  very much'longer it will bo nec-s-  sary 'to'send away for next season's  supply, office. A'1 prairie fire was  burning" southeast of town last Sunday evening."  ! the Grand (w:lH<J,J<,��:vtllki��Sf]0^  i tlie bantu ,. ' T111'^^^  Apollo cIlLw   J 1 tv   : Wh�� W"a UOt u"  Perrot tii��,i *   happened to ,mcel  bX  bPt r'"'H'' �� ,M!,U of very ffmit  that am n        " aml thin and so "����>���  2aenyn4n^r-8Uld<-beCOn,dne;-  ^S (wo 0^, ga,dens)> as h0  engaged no moul-ovs  Dupre, i01l?ljed at  hIm(   perrot sa.d;  ��'JJ.-surely you need not laujrli     If  I ��� usljr. I am certainly not s^o ugly  as either of you."  "You monkej." said Duprez, "this dlf-  I feience shall soon be settled." And see-  "iff a stranger pass who appeared ro be  a gentleman. "Monsieur." said he "will  you be so good as to arbitrate la a little  oiffere-ice or opinion between usr'"  "With  pleasure."  said  the stranger,  if I can." -  "Well," said Duprez, "just look at us  and say whom you consider to be the  ugliest of the three." ���   '  The gentleman looked for some time  from one to the other and then said*  "Gentlemen, I give it up.' I cannot possibly decide," and went away roaring  with laughter.        '��� ���>  UfcSl  'J ill  -���IK  Jh  NO     1$_TT_K    YOUTH  JiJ-S'lOllj;;;  Til AX  DODD'S  KIDNEY    PIJLJLS.  sfri  "\v3icn -its well done, 'the eeil-  L-coMitor has  to    do    his work  ihitt  docs  ���   the truly great  dinneys.  have   smoke-  feDOHT for theTEETH 25c  "you   evdr  have  a person     tell  lie, and yqu-know lie was not  tho  trubh. ?   Think  of it     the  I'time you,start ,lo tell a fulse-  irs  ^   fcUUrcle is a good tuing for   any  IkraWiifcb use in hi.s business,  pSH's liniment Cores Biiriis, Etc.  \ 0^|j& coal  dealer  may not  cut' any  \}'  tt^l*^-11 Jie 8"cts llheJ'e Just tne same.  x   i^iMm&k* .'     '  ,  A SOFT "SEAT.  ij he'on'his knees when he pro-  a       . ' ,     '     ,    . >  f was ! "i-T?uck.   '   '    '  ."'  MDIARD'S LINIMENT. Cares Dafltiriifl.  When an 'Jris-hman. tells you  you aro a, broth, of a boy "hu  not mean-that you are in the,.soup.  i " ...     ,  Somo porsons havo periodical attacks ot Ca-  nadian cholera, dyseutory, or diarrhcea, tuid  havo to Uso grea*. precautions to avoid the disease. Change of watori cooking, and green  fruit, is fctiro to bring oa the attacks. To such  persona *w6 would recommend Dr. J. D. Kcll-  ogg's Dysentery Cordial as being tho best medi-  ,cine hi the market for all suininorv com plaints.  I�� a low drop3'��re taken iu water when tlie  symptoms aro noticed, no further troublo will  be experienced.' , c , ,  ���It i.-* easier, says tho girl who has  tried, t'o make a fool of a man than'  to 'make a man of a fool.  ���MINABD'S LINIMENT. Me?es Nenraliia.  .You do not have'to be a rhinoceros  to realize that beauty is' only skin-  deep. ';  True happiness, consists .not 'in tin  multitude of friends, bu'tjn the.worth  and choice.���Beii Jonson.  SOZOEGNTTQOTB FOWDER 25c  Sweet are the thought that' savor of  content;     "-''���'���.      ? "'.    ,    ' ,  The, q'Uset;,nLya.d ^ -is    richer    thin a  -"cro.wn.t~   "        "'-���Tiobert   Greene.  said  , GOOD   ADVICE.   -  ndude ? that's   a fly !  img irout.   ' " '  i are right, my dear," s.ai'd its  > "but  never jump at.conclu-  98.  Commonplace minds" usually .condemn what,is beyond the"reach , of  their uudor��t_tidinff.^-Ilochefouca.uld.  MINARD'S LINMNT for Sale Eyeryvhere.  The man.'.twlio imagines he has,a  hank account cannot1'draw upon his  imagination. ���������>���" ��� <���   *  ' Value   of   Fresh   Air.  Sleeping In the open air has passed  tbe life limit of a fad and assumed  the proportions of a habit 'It Is. more-  over, a growing habit, the motto of  which is "witb nothing between yon  and the sky." Only iu summer is it  possible to push this habit to tbe extreme, of course, and even then so  meager are the sky accommodations  of the average home relatively few  can enjoy tbe luxury indicated 'in tho  motto.     ' '-  The number of'persons who take to  tents and repose in hauimocus swung  In the open "air In the summer, however, increases each year. This Is particularly true of young children, hundreds of whom during' the past" summer were emancipated from stuffy  nurseries and given their naps on piazzas aud balconies or upon the hand  breadth or grass plot, dignified by the  n:. ue of "dooryard" in city homes.  i:ch children in their plump beauty  an infantile goqd nature are the best  possible witnesses of the efficacy of  the "'open air sleeping cure," Ifrcure it  may be called, since, more properly  speaking, it is a preventive instead.  Impertlncn*   Onesllon.  "1    maintain," "she isaid,   raisin?   her  voice, "that the old and oft repeated assertion that women talk more than men  has no foundation whatever in fact."  ,  "Then   why,"   asked   the   man   in   the  case, "is our common language universally called the 'mother tongue'r'"���Chicago  Tribune.       ,, , ��� -���  The    floating   population  necessarily      those    who   are  .swim.  are  in  : IpT ROUTE     FAST  "* . TO  is  11  VESTIBULE TRAINS  ' *ftM*Pll��h diuine; and sleeping-   cars  ���ttSS  '    "S *'*#��  w.  \s.  Ui\  ���If.  'SSCl0SC collection for Chicago  -;-*sSSl   and a11 poiuts'iu ���  '^$mm��' Quebcc�� Maritime Provinces  - f^^^^fl"steri1 *and Western States  ' \^^K-    nml   ���raciIic Coast.    '  ; ;^jH| '    -SlSi0n    Tickots,vIa Great   Lakes  ���"-"-���further    Information   apply, to  A door mat is preferable to a foot  pad., , '  BABY  Hv  THE HOME.  A Joy  and 'Treasure VVhen Good  tared aad Ilesdthy.   ���  not  the  Na-  ,J II S. Darner-. Seventy-Five Years  ��� i Age D^els Y.oung and Smart as  a Doy���Used Dodd's Kidney Pills  and iMlfehti-d With the Results.  iUt Portage, Uec. 30.��� Mr. I-T. S.  D.u-m-s is nn elderly gentleman', be-  nig five y^jars ]ju,st the Uiree score  v.-'u-s and ton. He is i-he father of  '���.^-^lavor Barnes, and no old gentleman in Kat Portage is more esteemed  and respected. Mr. Barnes is one of  lhe many conscientious and liberal-"  niinch'rt citizens of this Dominion  who have no hesitation in allowing  tliL-ir names to be used ,for the benefit of oth(T<4 in connection, with cures  made by Dodd's Kidney Pills in their  behalf.  Here i.s a letter showing Mr.Barn.'R'  experience wim the greatest remedy  oi the present day���-Dodd's Kidnev  Pills.  Rat Portage, June 18th, 1899.  (lentlemen,���I would like to��� make  the following statement for the benefit of whoever would like to hear the  truth told. 7 am To years old, and  ha*>e lived in Pat Porta'ge for the  past IS years. Some months ago my  wife asked'me to get her some Dodd's  Kidni'y Pills. She was suffering from  some kidney troufcle, and desirrd to  try Dodd's Kidney (P'lls. , I', finally  got Ii-c-r a box,, but,'she never lived  to take them. Having little faith in  patent medicines, 1 however, was  soon forced to change my opinion. 1  had long been neglecting similar  symptoms to those of my wifej these  now became very severe. Having the  box of Dodd's Kidney Pills in the  house, I thought I might a.��?>well try  them. 1' suffered terribly 'witHi pain  across my back with u scalding sensation- when urinating. Well, -he  first box stopped these symptoms,  and continuing ' their use I became  completely 'cured. All the citiz.cus of  Rat Portage were greatly, surprised  at the change In rny appearance, 1���  can tell you. They r of I on used to'  greet me with, "Hello,'Mr. Barnes !,  Why how smart you are looking 1"  They ^w'ere not 'far astray; I felt  smart, too, and younger and in bet-  publish this statement with my full  endorsation of your remedy which  possesses real genuine merit.  .,      ' I-I.   S.   BARNES.  Ifflien the Bays are  Dark and Dreary  A ���Wir.'ciAMS PIA>*0 in the Bojxse will  frladdf-n your heart and brighten your soul with  its delightful melody.  These instruments aro tho perfection of piano  making, of exquisite tone and touch, aud tha  most durable made.  If yoti bay ono now it will make yottr home  more attractive these Ion? whiter evenines.  We havo several makes of organs at different  prices, also slightly used instruments for sale  cheap.  PORRESTER & HATOHEE,  Y. M. C. A. BLOCK,   -   -   MVINNlTTZQr.  If you,, want to make your enemies  feel  particularly sore,  be happy.  Even  the man who sings, bass ,may  be high-toned.  Alleged peacemakers   arc sometimes  little better  than  busy bodies. t  How's This?  ���a  We offer Ono Jlnndred Dollars Reward 'or  am- oas"> ' f Catarr.i t-a c_mot Le cured bv  I__'�� Catarrh Care.  S'tSJ. UKiSNdY & CO., Props., Toledo O.  Wc, thG nader=i'^i.'oJ liavii known F J.  Clicuey foi' tha ia^t io'voar.1;. and believe him  perfectly houorah o in all bus;no-; tran.sactivns,  and financial:.- ah'o vo curry oat, any ODligatir'>-  mtide by tlivri.-.Trn.  West fcTi:*;.^; Wholesale D-awl-'i'*, Toiedo.  O. AVvM.m.vt-. Kis.i_;! &_aeviv, Whclcsale  Drostcistri, "'<���)( d^. O  # Hall's Catarrh Cnro is taken internally, acting directly \i~yan th > bloodauil roacoaa ��--.-.!-.r:icfi-  of tho f j-et-cm. Price'*��c nor nottlts. Hold b.\  all driiRir st.. 4 Tc ������'���.iaaocials f-co.  Hall 3 i'a-ji;;..- i-n��s j)re thw b��\-s{.  arife^hadiaa Northern Agent  ��� ^>%B&eCU.y Ticlot; Telegraph and Proiehl  >m��,^^ainSt'     GE00 H.SHAW,  mflio Manacor*  The reason that'some people carry  their hearts on .their sleeves is net.  lhat their-money-crowds it out of  their, pocket. , ��,  Whatever weal or woe betide, he  that sense-of duty still thy guide,  and all  powers  will  aid.   Southey,  > _MHP*N PACIFIC RAILWAV  m  1 \  ***���% TIME TABLB  ' D  y  ���_  2-  I ,6ffiBl^^Uario, Owen Sound, Tor-  /��� v'OnpoAJad 1'astvla Lakes, Mon-  \><&K��*&Prs-Jay,nnd Saturday....  -vSWBSS'-t a��d Sun   "���awntroar^Toroiito, Now York and  \p'i-^W^ all raft, daily. .. *..?.���  "      daif *^e;aUdintormeditt,;e points  Molfionfipqdu iJonnofcandintermb^  '   * diate-polnt.9, Thurs. ouly .. ,t  ���   Portafii? l^rnirio,l3randou,Calg'uy,  ��� - all coast points, daily   ��    rortnsola-Prairio, Jiraudon audiii-  ('���:.&Stlf.?!?!"ts..daily exccpi;  Gladstoap,''Nyopawa"Minnbd,osa,aii'd  -    ^^onrnedlato points, daily oxceni,  j faunday,"1;,*;  l  Sheal'Iiako;Yor!cton nnd intc'riVcd".  lato J��ints, Hon., Wed., and i-'ri.  ,    �� ���*?"��i-jaiiurs., and Sn t.   Kapid Cxty,-.aaiiuota. _inu>ta,Tue<-  day, Thur. and Sat   Men,'. WeH   -"v" "'Vi.    Mordon, l>olorai"i'.o and intorrn'odiaio  vl P��iat*A��,i^-^-0Pt Sunday .....  i, wapmkayAUmeda and' incormodiato  ���    Sdon?1V eSC0p6 Sumlny ^��  1 0.1 ���rvuei'^^"-VQadsa*fc'.'.:.":;:''''''  Wenboro, Sonus and intermediate!  points, dally except Sunday  Pipesfcono. Boston, Areola andintor"  xn. via llrandon ;.,.  Tu03.,Xh��r ,aucl Sal;, via BVandon  Frobyshiro, Hirsoli, Bicnfait. feto  -- vau,raos.,Thurs.-,Sat., via Lruncl  Tuos^ Thu'i ".'s.i't.* via Brtmd'mi''  te^fl*- F**V,r" ChicasoSv0.?.'"  WesfcbGlkirk, Jlou., Woil.andi'ii.  Stonewall, Toulon, 'J'uos., Thuri siV*  Emerson. Men.. wWl.. and Prj..'; ab'  *,(Jen bupt  LV  tG.00  16.00  8.00  7.30  16.80  7.50  7.30  7.30  T.80  8.20  '7.30  0.05  7.S0  5'.d0  U.10  1S.30  12.20  7.50  AK.  10.10  10.13  IS.0C  18.S0  lLZz  22.30  ���:-.x  ���22.SO  15.45  22.30  15.15  I.3C  SHU Another Triumph���Mr. Thomas S.  hullen, Sundorl�� d, writes: "For iourteen  years I was afllicted. with Piles; and frequently I was unable to walk or sit. but four years  J'JfP I *S*ns cured by using: Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Cm. I havo. also been subject to Quinsy for  over forty years, but Ecloctric Oil cured it  and it was a permanent euro in bot h cases, 113  neither tho ihlos mr Quinsy havo trouble*.! 1110  since.'     '  He doeth well that rather serveth  the commonweal than his own will���  Thomas A. Kempis.  ll.K  13.13  10.0C  18.SC  17.K  C li, WoPUKRSOMT  Gun. I'ass. (C'*t  ���    Unsolloi ( cil   Tom 1111 on ii��"N.  A TS'Iit-aton (111.1 lady who had "tried  everything In vain until I coinnieiuvd  In king your .valuable reuii'dy" luis  written, If the Whciilon News can be  bclievi'd. the following U'silinonial to  ;i country druggist who is booming a  new tonic:  Dear Sir ���Ilpfnic diking yoisr nirdlclnc I was  loo wcilv to bpimU llir liuliy, lull now I can lid:  in>  hualinnd.    Ilt,ivcii. blebs you!  This reminds, one of the .Shakopoe  man who .was nearly blind and tooli  I-r. lawyer's wonderful Kllxir. Ue  vrrole:  h.Mi- Sir-IWore taking your I'Hxir I could not  soc si.\ ifi'lii's Lii'foi'c my face. Yesterday I h.uv  tt-uud: I fci-l iluii I mi;;!it (i, U-l Uicsc rncts he  Uiuvni.    Sond me unoiln'i  liolllc.  I'liiiieas I'], rcrkins of iMouml Center. S.. D., t-ays .lhat he-foi-'e trying the  Snake Cure "he had hot drawn a sober brent h for t we'iiiydlyc years." Last  Sunday he drew, several sober brent lis.  Vn'Otiy tothe .���istonisliiiir-nt of his wife  and without, hijuf'.v'to.bis. health, '..tie.'  expects.:a., perfect, 'cure���some, time.  Tools   In   lhe   House.  Expense, inconvenience and nervous  Irritation can be saved by having in the  house a few tools such as are used in  doing what, may be called "small  jobs/' provided their possession is accompanied by some knowledge of ho*w  to use rhenV    "*. .-.-..!���.  All   children   in, every home "in   the  country need  at some time or' other  a medicine such as Baby's Own Tablets,    and    this famous     remedy has  cured     many   a    serious     illness  and  saved    many    a little    lifu.    Mothers  insist upon having .'t because iti contains -no opfate or harmful drugs. Il  is purely  vegetable,   sweet and pleasant to talcj aird prompt in its effect.  ,   For simple, fevers,    colic,   coustipa-  tion,   disordered .stomach,   diarrhoea,  irritation   accompanying   the  cutting  of teeth and ind'gcstiou, Uaiby's Own  Tablets aru a certain cure.      In fact  in  almost  aiiy  disorder, common    to  children .these tablets should be given  at  once and  relief may  be promptly  looked for. , ;  Novcv give the'babies so-called  soothing medicines which simply put  them into nn unnatural sleep. These  tablets are small, sweet, pliwisfecnt, to  take aud prompt in acting. Dissolved in water, they will be token readily by the smallest infant.,  Mrs. John. jMcDwan, Dathurs*. Village, N. li.. writes : ,"My baby was  almost- constantly trouhled with colic  before T gave h:m liaby's Own Tablets, but.since giving them to him he  has not since suffered. Every mother  slioul'd keep these ta-Wets abvtiys at  hand.",  TJvey cost '25 ' cents abox. You  can find them at your druggist's, or.  if you do not, forward the money  diteet 'to us and we will send the  tablets prepaid. The Dr. Williams  JCedicine Co., Dept. T., Brockville,  Ont.  There never was, and never will   be, a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  ���to which flesh is heir���the very nature ot  many curatives being 6uch that jvere  tb��?.  germs .of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the system of tho patient���  what would relie, a one ill in turn woidd aggravate  the othar.   We have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills.   By its gradual and judicious  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 state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound and' refreshing sleep"���imparts vigor  to the action of   tho blood, which, being  stimulated, courses  throughout  the  veins,  strengthening the healthy animal functions  of the system, thereby making  activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tho digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance^���result, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto have given to the public theii  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and.  gauged   by tho opinion of  scientists, this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   All druggists sell it.  a<P  rtrtrr  ���rpPage Y/ovea Wire  Fence  ~ "i*t \a ^'��'-~hrh":H'i1'T Owinpto the variations of the Canadian climate,  - rA \a ��� -pH^^t^Pl considerable allowance must bo made in &U i eaces  hecontinaouecoil;���              ���   ._.������__--       ���- ,.   -       ��� -   v�� ���  "Wire Fence iiinadeof "Pace" wiro; which is twice as strong a3 ordinw-y wira. prices pro  particularly low this^cp.soD. 50,000 mile3 of Pago fences now Jn usp. Wo alsp_a&3 Oates,  Ornamental BV��nee3 and Poultry Netting. Tha Page Wire Fcnc�� Co., Umit��(l. W-WtvU-Ib. O^t. I  ROSS & ROSS, General Agents, liox G3:j, Winnipeg,  Mari.  THE  N'1-.wJy   m/\rtKlt_-  an    Cn��  Many people are called firm merely  because they haven't the moral courage to own their second thoughts.���  Mrs.  Craigie.  The habit of looking on the best  side of every event is ' worth more  than a thousand pounds a -year.���  J ohnscu.  Ota" greatest glory is not in never  falling, but in rising- every time we  fall.���Confucius. , ,  lie who. can conceal his- joys is  greater than he who can hide his  gr i ef s. ���La va tor.  Fever aud ague and bilious derangements  aro positively cured by the use of Parmelee's  Pills, ��� They net only cleanse fhe stomach  and bowels from all bilious matter, but tJuj*  open thb 2.\crctory veescl-i, causing them t-c,  pour copious effust "ii,3 from the blood intc  the boivcls, after which the coi-iu'ited ma '.  is threwu ont by tho natural pa-s'f'e tf thi  body. They aro used as a goner.,1 h-.mh'  medicine w ith tho best rcsuit'-  Th*3 Rest Pir.i.s���Mr. Y\'m. Vandervoort.  Sydney Crossing, Ont.., writes: "Wo ha to bci'ii  n>ing Parnxoloo's Pills,aud Had thorn V.y f��r ti ><  bi-it; nills wo over used." For delicate aim ��e-  bilitcd constitutions these pill net uko a  clinrin. Takon in small doses tho effect .is both  a tonic and a stimulant, mildly exciting tho  secretions of tno body, giving tone and visor.  Snbtc  Slieep.  Sabie sheep are not frequently b����o  In'England, but ebony lambs are plentiful in the Australian commonwealth  A   colonial   flock master   had   quite   a  number of black lambs, and he folded  thorn  In a range by themselves.    He  found that black lambs might not recur in n-.floctr, in generations nnd then  recur suddenly.   For example, where a  black ram was used in a flock of white  ewes   the  product   was white  lambs,  with  few exceptions, and  where sire  aud;dora.. were ebony colored the lambs  were mostly white.    And so the Australians gave up the attempt'to found  a sable flock.   -Where'wool Is dyed a  deep color .sable wool absorbs less dye  and makes.a more durable color.   Still  black fleece a hsorbs more sun rays t lian  white, a :id- black ".sheep are more seriously affected  by  heat:���London Live  Block Journal.,  The most delicate and the most  sensible of all pleasures consists in  promoting the pleasures of others.���  La Bruyere.  He has a right, to grumble who  is  erfect  in all things.���E. J. Chandon. ���  A.   Quarrel   rf|aat    i>..-.,n    ru  c.\;)tctcd   Man j-.lt. /  They had 'ot'cii ni.'irried tliree weeks  and had juist eounnenced h-m-scl-ceping.  Lie was stalling' to lown one inorniug,  and she followed him to the" door. They  had their anna, wrapped round each other, and she was saying:  "Oli, Clarence, do you tl.ink it possible  that the day can ever come when we  shall part iu auger:" -  '���Why, no, little puss," he said. "Of  course not. What put, that foolish idea  into my' little birdie's head, eh?"  "Oh. nothing, dearest!' I was only  thinking how perfectly dreadful it would  be if one of us should speak harshly to  the other."  "Well, 'don't think of such wicked, utterly impossible , things any more," he  said.   "We eau never, never quarrel." ''  "1 know it, darling.   Goodby, you dear,  dear old precious!  .Goodby., Oh, wait a  second, Clarence.    I've written a note to  mamma.     Can't  you  run   round   to, the  house and leave it for her some time today?"  ."Why, }-es, dearie, if I have time."  "If you have time!   Oh, Clarence!''  ' "What is it, little girlie?"  "Ob, to say if you 'have time' to do almost the very first errand your little wife  asks you to do." ��� "  "Well, well, dearie. I'm awfully busy  just now."  '   VToo  busy to  please  me?    Oh,  Clarence, you, hurt my feelings so!"  - "Why, child, I"���  "I'm not a child, Clarence. I'm a married woman, and I"'���  "There, there, .my pet.    I"���  ' "Xo,   no,, Clarence.     If   I   was i your ���  p-pet. you'd t-'t-ti-y to���to','���  "But, Aiabel, do be reasonable."  "Oh, Clarence, don't speak to me soT'  "Mabel, bo setibible, and'V-       ��� '  "Go on,  Cinrcnce,  go  on.    Break my  -heart."  "Stuff aud nonsense!"'  "Oh, o-o-oh!"  "What have I said or done?"  "As if you need to ask!   But go.   Hate  me if you will, Clarence, I"���  "This is rank nonsense!"'  "I'll go back t6  mamma if you want  me to.    She loves me, if you don't."  "You must'be crazy!"  "Oh,   yes; .sneer   at   me,   ridicule  me!'  I Perhaps you hml better strike me!''  !      lie bang'* the door, goes down the steps  with   a   jump aud   races   off,   muttering  something    about     women     being     the  ''queerest creatures." '  Of course they'll make it up at night,  and they'll lia\e many' such a little tiff  In" the years to come and wheu they are5  old they'll say, "We've lived together  forty-five years and never���no, never���  spoke a cross v,*ord to each other in all  that time." ^   Kentucky Konds.  Kentucky was one of the early western states to take an active interest in  l-oadmaking,' It was the policy of the  state io co-operate with its minor political divisions in the construction of  roads, and many years ago a corps of  engineers set lo work to lay off roads  in all parts of the Hlue Grass State.  . Sensitive.  A country postman in Belgium was  so overcome with grief and shame at  missing the mail train that he wen*  straight from the station to the nearest  water and drowned himself.  VOUNG   WOMA2T���AGED   21���just  ***��� come  into  possession  of  ��14,000,  ���wishes  to  correspond  with  honest,  intelligent man, "who would  appreciate a 'good w'fe.   Box   2,538 Toronto, ���  Ont. '  Homy: &, Champion  B>JSKERS AND BROifERS  WINNIPEG.,  Write'to.-us for prices of SCRIP,  Get our,List of Lands.  Stocks and ' Bonds Bought and   Sold.  We can furni'jh the exact amount of  Scrip for any payment on Dominion  Lands.   Do not pay cash.  J  MEN AND WOMEN"  $12 00 A WEEK  ���BONA FIDS SALARY  to  represent,  us   a  pointing agents.  Some to travel, other- for local work.  Rapid   promotion'  ~ and increases of sal  ary.' ideal employment, new brilliant linse;  best plans; old established House.  ���  Bradley-Garrctson Co., Ltd., Branlford, Ont,  Salzer's Kape  gives Rich,  (?i-een.  toa  FARM  SPELTZ���  What's a!  Catalog  tells.  1 proudest record of any seedsman oa earth,  and vet tvo aro reachinK out for more. Wo  desire, by July 1st, 300,000 more patron* and  Uenco this unprecedented offer.  $S0 WORTH FOB I5e  We -will mall upon receipt of l5o In stemips  our great catalojcuc, worth SIOO.OO,  to  any wide awake farmer or gardener,  k together with many Farm Seed samples   i  positively worth 810.00 to get a atart  k   with, upon receipt or but Ifi ��ta.  In Canadian stamps.,  j Please  1 send this  I adv. with  Il5oforaboTe.  85 pi?r��. cirlleit Ttgcta*  tie ��eKl��, 81.00.  Catalog  alone, 7c.  Send at once.  The     best       reward      for  wrought,' well    already,   is  more to  do.���Kingsley. '  having  t o  have  .Life is a succession of lessons which  must be lived to be understood.���  Emerson.  The seeds of our punishment hare  sown (,at the same f'me we commit  sin.���Ilesiod.  Thou shalt rest sweetly ��� if thy  heart condemn thee not.���Thomas  a'Kemp is.  The wealth of a man is the number of things which he loves and  blesses, which he is loved and Messed  by.���Uarlyle.  A good heart is like the sun' for it  shines bright and never changes, but  keeps  its  course  truly.���Shakespeare.  PayVtvg ccanphi'ments is not liquid-  atiag a  debt.  Sozodont Ivi<rai��i 25c   Large pf*^ and Powder 7S��.  At ali stores ov by mail.   Sample of tho Liquid for the postage, 3c  fit OUT  ' THOSE OLD  BATTERED   FACES  And let ns supply you with  a clean cut,modorn lot that  will brightnn up your pages:  and please your reade.s  and advertisers. Write U3  for estimates oa .anything  in printer's material.   : : :  TORONTO TYPE  FOUNDRY CO'Y  175 SIcDermbt Ave., Winnipeg.  VV. N.  U. No. 359. ! A  ' -  i  i' ,-  ';/  : ,'i  ���i * i i  ���?':���"''.  '.    . ^ (  ���i- |.'-  ii   '  '"V  I  i      ;     *��  �����<'-.  / >  Ed Itoyce May ltesigTi-  It i.s reported  in   this  district'that  Ed Boyce, president of   the   Western  Federation   of   ��finers��,     has '  served  iiotice on that organisation that under  ' .    "* f '    . -      *  'no conditions will'heVc-ept a're-elec-  'tion to tho office 6i president. It' is  '���itated that it'is Mr.'"Boyce;s intention '  'lb' rehire 'from all official connection  ^ith'the Vlekorp. Fedbrc'ticn of 31 iin-is  Sti'4    engage ' in'   private    business.  THAT JJLESoijJj lUOSQUiTO  Pff��W?��,MEra'BrigggECBiM'*^Sffl-W^^ '"wrtw  3&X3��X2BnRKSmaWGKffBltil  "Blamo those Doosq-aitossI" J ex-i  planned 'aloud,' in'oTl*.-af/3i-"o'*f indi^ija-  tib1**:; whereupoQa"iny guide and ^'rvant;  Mat," 'a..-cheery' aissd iqte'lii-^ntf-Malay,  "Whether  -lit  tvea-ried with fhe alarm and anxiety of  the previous uight, she fell asleep.  "She awoke -with a sudden sense of  terror If-nqc-kiuTBT a? lrcf 'heart.   By the  ejaculated     a  ��� cpn-a^ato>y.' '.'Tudn" J Hgbt'of 'the idfro*a   Vvldph.   penetrated  ftt-fcuc-h. -means  "'-oaftsterj'^-but' ii"^��-    thwug-;  flT+entlyuaedasanaffir^fa'ii-^'iiiaDnier^    ^ .    -,-���...  saiion, by the ifaliya;?ae'if"ad"tlfcru'g-ht'   a-short space pi'h-caeB^  he ought to agree; ��Jtl��u*g4i', air&OBon    '""t "^ "      :"'  jriterfds   engaging   in  Dusmcsd in this (iistridt, or not   we are  'not i n formed.    Jlrs.'IJoyce   is oiio  of  the   principal   owners   of   the    greit  Hercule3 mine and Iier ihterejis  hi.iy  Induce Sir. l^oyce   tq   locale " jn   the  'Co'eur d'Alenes.    Ed has' been   a  long  'time in the labor movement,    lie  has  seen many of its ups and  down's,  has  m'ade'a great   many   enemies    and   a  'corresponding number   of'friend?.    It  'has been our lot to share" some   of the  'esperiencoG'oi presiding over   a  labor  'organisation, and v:e can say tliat it is  i > - .���*  anything  bat   an' enviable   pqsition.  to reat for the night.  I was so tired that  -'The opposition to  Ia&or'organizations   T'should��� have, slept, ln'spitft'of higOj.  generally seise upon every opportunity j !*m��ey^u?e\ ^ f,��f f��e incuWonfl oi  oi the country,- the exs&perathig'sIitiJe  inrsecta hod not the poWr to pareecnte  him-as-th-ay dfd-me.'"'    a"   ������   :\a.c<-  ���   -I had iake-a "arfew days-leave alter  ���somo . weeks - cf hard-' \p-ork, J and Ixad  started on a journey of discovery.acroaa  some unknown* jungle -country, hoping  to bag some game en'route-a*ad.ietch up  "at a- friend's bungalow,'who was pis-  ���trlot officer in -the state adjoining my  6'wil.    We  had trudged fair, and had  made  a fair  bag corisiisting- of some  snipe-, wtid pigeon, and jungle fowl. - In  ttKy&rm-ag th�� paths through whioh-at  times we had been obliged,'to" cut our  way,- we had seen trtic-ks of deer and  bigger'game^ but the undergrowth was  loo denseto follow them. And now we  fiad-.spread' our mattresses and Bet "up  our curtains, intending to settle down  'to discredit tlie executive oijicer^   The  ���'rridyemeht io  ono  of conl'imal   strife  and' contention,   and  "it' come times  happenqs  that  the  eseeutive   officers  recoive'the least, credit" froni  those in  l     '-.*''���-' ���*     ���   *  vi'hoaeinterest they make the sacrifices.  ^cverChelec's, labor orgaaicatioria  have  Ja le'gitima'ta  placa 'in   the'1 industrial  'Tv'orld and will continue to  grow* and  ��'flourish regardless"o'f \yho  happens  tot  1)ear' the b'urdeii of'leading the  differ-  ent" sub-divieions!���Itlalio  State   Tri  Dune.  j., .    . .: l    _  Clieay Smeltinjr'for Slocan Ores.  > '    -'       ���-'      ���       ���'.,'���' .if     '!  Sandon, January 27.~There"svas an  Sniportant "change 'in     the    smelter  '���situation here this y/eek.    J). Johnson,  of the Everett smelter, has made _cpnr  'traoto witli'tlie ^.morio&n ]3oy' i^ncj  ijasfc Ohanofl properties on  a- i}atig of  j^ll for freight and  tre-UMGnl on  ore  going 20 per ,ceht .lead or  lesjg.    For  ore running over .20 per cent,'2.0   cents  .a unit wiU'.be  charged   for .each   per  .cent up to 40, making the rate for that  .class of ore $15 per ton.,   AU ore going  over 40 per cent will get 'the $15 rate.  A zinc penalty of 50cents atumt   will  , be charged on everything   over ,8  per  ,cout.    The    sett lenient   is   -on '   the  Londo.h market quotations, less   shipment deductions.    Ton   per  cent'  of  the price will be held out  lor' 90  days  to protect the  smelters   from  fluctuation.    The  American   Boy  and    Last  Chance are already  shipping on   the  new-basis, and several other properties  are expected to drop into line.in a ��� few  days.'   An  announcement   from ' the  Trail smelter is awaited with great  interest by.the mine owners.    No setllc-  rr.ents have yet been received from the  Trail for ore  shipped since, the -first,  and inquiries have only elicited a reply  lhat rate for freight and treatment has  not yet been settled for tbe year.,   This  clash in rales is 'welcome news   to   the  Slocan. ,   '  Lots on Victoria street on easy  payments.    See D. J- Elmer.  )     I   '   il ii   ���on������������ ii . m  DON'T THROW THEM AWAT  It is just like throwing away money  when you thiow, away the SNOW  SHOE TAGS which are on t-very plug  of PAY BOLL CHEWING TOBACCO.  Save them and you o-m have" your  choice of 150 handsome presents  Tags are good, up to J&N'Y. 1ST 1903  "Write for our new illusiraUd premium  catalogue.' The Empire Tobacco Co.  Ltd, Winnipeg branch, Winnipeg  31 an.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  .  -NEl-SOM, li. C.      '  Boarding unci Dny school conducted  by the Si-tors of JNclion, B. O. 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The baths and -waters  are   an invalu-  blw remedy for silver and lead   poison,  ing.  -  these worrying pests''that had made  their way by some strategeni under the  frkjno ^i my'-hcttifig���hence the expletive' whicl}'ha'd'e'scape4'ine''a'n"d called  forth Tcitemtiqp'from jriy fcJJower, Mat.  I have slumbered through a heavy thurir  dorstorm and ah earthqualie, and even  ���the -fra-atic' yells of 'a "wakeful infant  have failed to'disturb" rne when once I  was,safely in tlie airms of Morpheus;  bilt the ping of a. persistent pf oboscifi'-  hi'mea* nioii'sTer has a'peculiarly rous'-  ing e-ffect" upon'ray -uerves,'and in-  ij'omrira reigns supreme,  After a. shorl wrestle wiUi the two invaders of my privacy and a vain attempt  , ar'siaughfer, I sat up hVa spirit of resignation apd procevyled to fill and light my  'pipe, at the fiame'timeaddressiug space  or my faithful Mat, if lie'happened to be  a.\vake;---\   --���   ���'���'������'     -'"'*, -   '   ''  'Jl'havp always been'taught, from the  years; of 'my*''"e'arliest" childhood, "thaf  prrky ereivt-*upa; pa GtfVk wirth wae'drc*  Will my. )mmm I^Ib's1 tall km wisi-S  tha Ufi���� of a mfir5<iuite>7n  ,To which renruifilc I received an unexpected reply.   Mat crmvled from under'  his curtain and approached quite netaa:'  to whex*e I lay; then squatting on his  haunches, h�� said, solemnly, in hia native tongue; > '  "I haye^ heard that question before,  Tuan  (Master), arad once I found the.,  answer." ' "  ���'''Well, Matt, tell me. What's-the good  of them, then?" '<  "It's a long story, but 1 will tell Tuan  if he Jikes to hear."  "Tell oa.   I'm all attention."  Apd this ia the tale that he told me!  I had often seen tho heroine "of it (hia  wife) passing to and fro across the back  premises attached to iny residence. She  was a pretty young Malay woman,  aged about 20 years, with a particularly bright and pleasing manner.  "Tuan knows my wife, Katijah; she  was a widow when I married her. When  we were quite small we lived in the  same village near Malacca, and-' wp  played together, and I was very fond of  her. Then we grew up, and I went to  be a servant to a European; and her  father married her when she was 14 to  a rich man, who was a cattle dealer and  had plenty of money. He was old, perhaps 40 years'of age. 'Tijah. could not  care for him. He took her away to a  place on the coast, where he lived with  his brother and sister-in-law, and I did  not see her again for many days and  weeks. Her husband, Sleiman, used to  go away very often to Singapore on  business, and every now and then-came  back home to 'Tijah, bringing the results of his sales with him.  "At last one day, when he, had been  absent  or "about three weeks,   'Tijah  knew he would soon come again.   Her  heart was sad, for she always dreaded  his coming, as she did not love him. He  was old  and ugly, vp.ry ugly.   He had  only one tooth which hung down over  hia under lip like a tusk, 'and which  gave    him    a    repulsive    appearance.  "Tijah    hated    him,     Well,   she   was  sitting   idly on  the seashore,' behind  some   rocks,    looking    over   the   sea  and wishing she oauld get into thekoleh  (native boat)  which lay moored close  by, and row across the water to her old j  home where she had been so happy.  "Suddenly she heard steps, and became aware of voices' conversing in an  undertone on thc other side of the rocks,  which, projecting seaward, concealed  her from view, nnd she recognized that  the persons talking were her brother-  in-law, Tong and his wife, She heard  that the two were plotting away Blei-  man's life. Tong said that he had news  that his brother would came to-morrow,  and that he would have about.$200 with  him. They would IdlL him, and conceal his body, but how to accomplish it  without letting 'Tijah know? At the  mention of her name, she betrayed her  presence by a low cry, In a second the  two were upon her asldng her whai she  did there,, and whether she had heard  .what'-they had said. Terrified of the  wretches, she gasped out that she was  sleeping and their voices startled her,  but that she knew nothing of what they  had been sayiDg. Tong-grasped her  by the1 Bhoulders and told her if she  was speaking the truth, it was well for  her; but if not, she had better keep her  mouth shut, or he would b'lajar (a  threat).   Then they let her go.  "The next day Sleiman arrived and  was greeted with effusion by his relatives. "Tijah trembled and was silent.  She dared not tell him of the danger he  was iris but she made up her mind, if  she could get the opportunity, to warn  him to take, cere.    Till late Sleiman  bat the'noise" of Kin ioild snores, when  suddenly a soi-fc o^'steiffling sound inside the room'S^'tidi-ifier as something  strange.   It seemeera;/-though some ani-  ���-iiaal'was ca-awling-saloiSg the floor, and  as:'she-' looked wHh "vrembling   expectancy tow*ard the" direction whence it  came,  the face- pf-Tong slowly��� to,s6  beside Sleiman." $t6mi'h& other side*of  the low; bed on'which &he lay;   She held  her'breath, havdly diving to keep ht;r  eyes' fixed on him lest? the intensitj- or  hor gaze, should" draWTong's attention  to'herself.   Affaahof sbmethingbright", ,  a long-drawn "g*rban,'U''short straggle,  attd'then-a pillow flung- over the mouth  which was still capable of crying out  for help, and brawny muscular armis,  pressing it fU-mly down till the. convulsive* heaving ceased, arid all was still as  death.   ,'Tijah closed her   eyes   with  one deep shudiiering sigh and fainted.  When she regjilped    her ��� senses,' she  feared to movs or look&tfirst, dreading  what 'ghastly eight wpuld meet'"Her.  She 'put but her hand and felt   about  cautiously.   The dead' form of Sleimft'n  waa still beside her; tiie pillow reared  over the face; in the room no sound',  hue" below' a" stealthy passing 'to 'und  f*r'p���^Torfg flnd his wi��e preparing- to  get rid of the body-     "'���   , '   '  " 'Tijah paused, thinking what to do:  then she rose slowly'and crept'outsidc.  The door of the house-1 was'open, and  Tong had evidently just gone out.   )Shf*  caught, up a sarong'(skirt) which lay,  near her on tire floor,'and flung'if'oyer  her head;   then, without a backward  glance, she flea through the doorway,  and as fast as" her terror-stricken limbs  would carry her down'to the seashore.  It took no time.to uafasten the kole-h,  nnd in a few moments she had grasped  the paddle and find pep out in hertiny  boat to row over the raijes of sea which  lny between her and her parents' home  ia Malacca,;' It" was & -frail   bark   'tor  sfllefcyT but Sug fgjt fl^'eajiid triisf io  it scans? ibui la tUe$> b\Q&fob\t��*?  a?fffttu't'g8 &U& Ud Utl fchis'd,  A font  way she- rowed, and thenesitday.whfcii  "lhe sun got up and scorched her, she  pulled in her paddle and rolled herself  in her sarong and lay down in the bottom of the, boat and slept.   She   was  aroused by the movement of hear cockle  (shell. ��� It was  night;   a    breeze    had  sprung up and a. squall was   coming;  white crests tipped the waves and   a,  heavy bank of clouds obscured the star-,  light, and in a few moments, a black  pall of darkness enveloped her. ��� The  wind struck the fragile ci-aft, whirling,  it wildly round, and before she could  seize'the paddle to try and steady it, thc  boat capsized, and she was flung into  tho angry sea.   She struck out boldly  and swam until her hands touched the  upturned bark, to which she chmg, endeavoring to right.it,   Poor girl! she  knew, not where she was, how far from  p-liOTe, how long her strength    would  last, and whether thecre was any hope of  succor. ,  At last the .squall passed over and the  water became comparatively calm, but  the moon had not risen nnd she could  see nothing. She began to get exhausted and felt that she could not hold on  much longer and would sink and drown  unless   Tuan  Allah  took pity on her.  Ilcmove Grcoae From Wool.  To remove a grease spot from "woolen  or silk, thoroughly satuhite the place  with turpentine and place 'a soft piece  of blotting paper underneath and another on top of the/spot and press very  fat is^dissolved, then ah-  ,he paper and is entirely re*  moved from the cloth: ��� Brooklyn  Eagle,    *  '     '������-*' ���'���  l' ���-   *     '���  ^^^^^^^^^A.  'yJ&I&��&M��Z��Zj,  *,''**i  *���>���  U9J. m or?  *Q  Cole's IfQt Blast  UP  The latest".in heating stoves. Burns  coal and wood. Also coal and " wood  b;irncrs in"other styles.'  A full line of gen-  era! Hardware;  Vj6ia_TI.;H.-t>itiling luui  Vl\i\\A>ln[;.  -    ��� :  A , > .4-.;   ��� .      .,' -,-  '.>���/  a  (< Tha-eavy mjflju*.' running..   Tjin smelter'site   ij   being cxi'a"ut ��� i  $  K A inlnibnfeet'oUo'gs'are^elng'.ci:!...'' Tlj'p f.bricl; 'yardti 'aro'iVrnin-*' ft  g cfut 20,000'brick a 'day.    The, spur into town' is/ being" graded'.   The '^t  ' "' nu jiuarry m runniog in full blast'.    Buildiur,' are' f!-oinrV> ttn 3  ,.' ���'.- . - .-=-        s  ,ots,Still the Sai^e Price, ,1  r ���    ��� f     l        , '      '*      , i IV  V** ^  * . l =-��  City   Shaving   Parlor,  g*" ^     * ��    ������� 'ft,  '   CENTRAL   JJOTJSi,.       .  WESLEl' CLINE, Prop. ���   s  ��� Moyie, B. C.   .  movie's leading hotjcl.  -���   ��� ��� ./'.'���  V   '     ','.���'  imfsqn h mimm%  > ,Ayi , f     .' J.V *'.-    % ��  ,     .SOLE "AGENTS  S JDfflces? M^ysY^lio and Granbrook,  Ti  *     *    *   ,'       . '���> ' �����     �� ���,  'aS^S  '^^i^^1^J&^^:2im2e^ K  fc^T!   AVIUloy I.ojlRa  Ko, -ii,  '   .      * '    " *    *''".  Meets every Monday evening in   their,,  hall ,on   Victoria  direct. ��� Sojournjng  Odd Fellows cordially invitc-cJ.  ''���    . ���    -   - ���   *���'*   ; *  !  -t    -    ,  J. S.*M*cEa��3II?KS. '  .Cf.'T. AfcQJRKCOR  Noble Grand.  Secr'y.  ���.^'-'.y  TW7-.  enay  The host of  accornmotlation*' \  ���    '    for the traveling public ..  P. J. McMahon, Mgr,  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  .Repaired'and-Made to Order. ���  -   *       ,    '  B. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  NEAR BfACEACHKEN & M'acikwa r,DS..'-'' '_  to die, and prayed for help. A small  thing as light ns a feather touched her  cheek���a mosquito, sent to save her  life. When she heard the sound which  Tuan cursed just now she knerw that  land must be" quite near, for a mosquito  never flies out to sea. She let go her  ,anchorage, and, making one more effort, swam bravely on, and very soon  her feet touched the beach.  "Meanwhile those cruel murderers  had finished their work, and before dtiy-  light dawned had got rid of every trace  of their ill doing. The neighbors inquired what had become of Sleipaau and  why he�� luul eome and gone so suddenly.  ,  " 'Oh,' said -Joua, 'he left hurriedly;  'he took 'Tijah with him and wento.way  in the kloeh at daybreak to catch a  steamer which "would pass there going  to Singapore.'  "It was a very mysterious affair, and  no one could maUce out the truth; but  when tho police had given up all search,  finding they could prove nothing, quite  unexpectedly   tlio  murder was   found  out.    A man of the village went into  the jungle to cut wood, and at midday  he walked down to the creeQc to wnsh  after his food.   Coming back through  tlie swampy mangrove near the river he  noticed   a  very great swarm of flies!  They were like a cloud, they were so  thick.      'What   have-   we    here?'   he  thought; 'some dead animal, perhaps,'  and went to we. Sunk In the mud where  the river washed over it at high tide he  found a barrel, from which proceeded  a very nauseous smell,    JTis curiosity  was aroused, so he putvin his hand;  feeling something hard, he drew it out,  ;It was a skull, the skull of a man, and  projecting from -the. upper jaw was a  long tooth, like a tusk,   'Aha!' ho cried;  "'Sleiman!'..  He went and told the police, and they,,  came and took the cask, and the murder-was proved, because the clothes  and the tooth were: those of Sleiman.  So Tong waa banged, and his wife is  in prison now,In China jail in Singa^  pore, She will never oome out till she  dies. ',...,  '"And 'Tijah is my wife, and I love her  and she loves me, and we are very happy.   She is grateful to tlie mosquito.''  "Thank- you for ytkir story, Mat,  which proves once more the old adage,  CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL,  (/" ���    A  Funeral Director  and ��� ' ;   ' ���,  Emhalmer.  She thought sadly that she -was young   Graduate of Champion   College oi   the  United States. Upholstering aud general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  ninil orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrook  B.cC  Moyie;   aimers1 Union  Mfeetflfn MeGregnc hull every Tuesday  eyening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.^  John MoDpxalu,   ,     V.T. Smyth,  ���'    President. , Secretary.  �����T������������������� . Ml;      ���������  ��� '"    '���!������!���  , > li  Woyie Board of Trade  ~ Meets on the first Wednesday'.     "  ���   evening of each  mouth at    "  8 o'clock sharp in tlie court    ...  - house"   /-'�����, ' ��� "'  A. P. M4CDOHAU5, Pres;  Anpkew'Johnston,   Lewis Thomson,  -        -    ' Vice-Pres.     '��� *        ��� ���  Seo'y.  .poijur m-ovxc  >'o.  4005.  ' ''  Meets oa thu luht Thurs  dny of each month. Vis  Itinf? brctlicrn   Invited  to attend.  P. T. SMYTH", 0*. It.      "G. T. McGREGOK, R. S.  British Columbia  Permanent  LQAN'AND S^VI.VO^   00MIM.S^  Tlio objects of the company  "  -    arp;    Jo  afford  a safe' 'and  'profitable means for the sav-'  .   ing of snmlj pgms hy regular  instalnienis, ae veil a? lor tho.. ���  'Jnveetirisnl of small mom  oi ciipital ill a produetiw ruo  of, in Ifcresi.   To nss!s\ rntRv.  bers in huildin/r, purchasing,  .or improving home*and clear-  ,  -ing. off   existing   inc'um\)etr  atices.  P. T. SMYTH,  , Agent, Moyie  SCENIC  DTRECT  JXSE.  EAST.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  LUXE.  LOWEteT HATES.  ���-VEST.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Franciscc>.  Methodist Church  '   '��� SERVICES  Are held in Mr. J. C. Drewry'd build  ing, corner Victoria anil Tavistock  street, each Sabbath at 7:30 p. m.'  Sabbat ii school at 3 p. m. '  ���   Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.  *%  The public are invited   and   will   bv  cordially welcome to  attend   services.  YV. L. SHERIDAN.,  ; Pastor.  URNS t GO  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  '    Freeh -and Cured^Meats,  Fresh  '"   JFish,Gamo  ani Poultry..   "iVe -  fcupply  only   thy, best,     Your  trade solicited.,,    ��� '"  'MABKJJTM*  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns   iu  British Columbia.  CRANBROOK, B. C,  Headquartehs for East Kooteswy.  ^m.  m  m  t%$  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO * &$m  Via. Soo Line.  St.. Paul,   Chicago,   and   all   United  States pointB.  TOUIUST SLEEPER SERVICE.  EAST���Leave Revolstoke Wednesday,  Friday, Sunday. Leave Kootenay Landing Friday St. Paul,  Toronto, Montreal, Boston.  WES!���Leave Revelstoke Monday,  - .'Wednesday-,,'-Friday,'.Vancouver,'  Seattle, coast. ;:    ���'      .  Steamship Service.  FROMVANCOUVER-Alaska,; Ha-  w,sii, China, Japan, Australia, ,  Through bookings to Europe  ���    via. all Atlantic   lines.    Pro-  paid Ijckots   from   all   points  at lowest rates.  For   Bateis,. 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