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The Moyie Leader Feb 22, 1902

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 A  \.-"1fj>\-<4s��*  i  ���v.-(  s-~  _J^m^o^mm$Km %% 19,02  \& A YEAR  ^S^Sast two weeks we have been.busy, ,/iing  Ukmk&zMk\ crock measuring U��-��' our-  '  *  all  through our  m  �����  dress "Oods, flannels, fianneletts, c&nton   flannels, prints,  " cottons, linens;.'sheetings, myelinaP, silks,  feces,  ribbon's-  no" our big stock   of  'towns'   godda-^serge ' ^pits;  worsted  d suits, shirts, collars', necktiea, s underwear,   top   pbjrtp,  ackinaws, and sorting oyer our heavy sid'ek of "    ���  Conditions Improved  in Kootenays,  >\.H  AND  )v  ��� ----Mi;* ���- **    *:< "y-   '  over all our complete stock of groceries.' In   other' words'     a. .  ���'.    "   ,/        ;. ���   "������      s     #ro -  Stock TAKING  io the time for bargains in remnants, and in 'all goods we  ear'out in order to get our stook cleaned 'up "for 'spring  ing in.  /���������  bell &  COMPANY.  SMALL  Settlement of Labor Trouble  and Lowering Freighj, ���  GhargpsHaveG-dod"'  Mr. J. C. Drewry was recently interviewed by the Montreal Herald.  Mr. Drewry predicts' that the output  for the mines of British Columbia for  1902   will   be' gre&ter   than'1'in   any  i 8 j. i  ul &  * r \  AH  OS  RADIAN   BANK   OF MiHER6E  " '-,    ?���   Jv  '1: .       ��� .*���      ..-.---.,��-'  ^aid Up Qapxtal , S3,Q0p,Q3O.  ;BR1NCH. ��� ; HUBERT HJUNES.JGR  BO,  liUl  N. A.,Mackenzie;  Proprietor.' -, n \ .   '.' *  wf��'<s$ra& * ^     "        "   " ,'        '"'''"'.  SIISjIbI for fch�� ;masses.   Everything First  rerv,   respect. .(Sample Rqpms  for  Commercial Men,  British Columbia.  ^������^���^������^���^���^���^���^���,'^;-tiS--^t-4gi 'it-  * *����� %>       >��-,��' > ����7 ���* -�� ^       i  Thiis it is that the development of  one.  industry leads  to   the  establishing  of  others.' each doing its parL towards the,  upbuilding at Canada  r;nd adding/tc  the wealth of the nation.  . ?The settlement of the labor troubles,  the lowering of freight and  treatment-  charges on   silV3T-lfef>d   ores',   the   recovery in? price or both   leacl and copper; and the building of  the  lead' refinery ai,   Trail, have   al]''tended   to  materially brighten the prospects  for-  profitable mining in British Columbia,  and 1902 bids   fair   to . be ��� a   banner  year."  j-QGAL  ��' \4   "1   NEWS.  Work Begun on Trail  Refinery.  DESAtnCNIKH BKOS,    FropS.  Large sample roo..| v in';* connection  with house for commercial men.JJ Best  of accommodations. ���  Headquarters for Commencial and  Mining Men.  r;!  an,gk#  OpOBfTE  a variety of Jelly Powders which  you;would like.   Here are  Some of the Flavors:  STE1PPLE  ^Vi^\,^'h  LFFOOtT  CHERRY  VANILLA  RASPBERRY  LEMON  GRAPE FRUIT  J7"\'\''/'<���.  ( "' I     I-   ���"���v"*,.  v   ,${   A. h.t  1    ���     *  v  -AND/^,.  i  previous year.    For several  years  the  charge   ma.de  py   British, Columbia'  smellers for freight and treat mfent on  silver-lead ores has been twenty dollars  per ton. ��� This  excessive freight  and  treatment charge,  coupled   with ' the  low price of lead'in 1901, caused many  mines to cjose down.  o '/On Januaryls^t, 1902, the  British  Columbia  smelters announced' a reduction of from three  to four  dollars  per   ton   for   freight   and   treatment  charges on silver-lead ores/and'as the  price of lead is now stecdily advancing,  the mines will be in a position  to  resume operations.    In December 19.00,  the English prjee' for lead was J&18 per  ton,    In January,-1901, the price began falling until it went down   to '^SiO  per.ton, and   l?ae   fluctuated around  that figure until. within, the last fey/  -weeks.    Itis n6^7  steadily advancing,  the present quotation being ��11 12s 6d;  '   "Another very, serious-drawback has  boen   the   fact   that- the   silver^lead  smelters of Britiah Columbia haye not  been able to haudle the entire   output  of the mines, and a'large tonnage   had  to'be shipped to the United States and  European points at  the expense   of  heavy freight charges.  "For example, the St. Eugene mine,  at Moyie, last year shipped 11,000 tons  of silver-lead concentrates tq Antwerp,  paying $17 per tou   for  freight  aloue.  These concentrates were vsmelted and  refined in Antwerp; the pig ..lead   was  then turned into white and  red  lead,  and several   thousand   tons   of  these  products   shipped   back   to   Canada,  again, p.iying   heavy-freight  charges.  The mine-owners of British   Columbia  felt that their ores should   be smelted  and refined   in   Canada,   and    made  representations     to    the     Dominion  Government to help out the  industry.  Tbe Government recogni zed the  difficulties under which the  industry   was,  laboring, and granted a measure of relief in the way of a bounty for the production of pig lead in Canada.    To my  mind,   the   relief   granted  was   inad-  equated, and should be dqubled.  -  ."The,   Canadian     Pacific   Railway  company ,'realized   the   importance  of  keeping the mines running,  so as   to  provide tonnage for their railway, and,  to help out, h.ivo started   the  erection  of a lead refinery  in connection   with  their smelting works  at Trail,   B.  C.  The refinery will bo ready  for  operating about May 15th, and although   but  a email plant, will bo  increased  from  time to time to meet the noedo of   the  country.    It is undoubtedly a,  step   in  the right direction, aud,  iu  the   near  futuro, tbe silver'lead ores of   British  Columbia will be smelted aud   refined  in ��� our  own   proviuce,   building   up  great home  industries,  and resulting,  in substantial   profits   to   the   mine-  ownera.  "Canada is at prespnt a large importer of white aud red lead. As soon  as the refinery is completed at Trail,  B.C., Canada will .proddco her own  pig lead, and naturally it will be  corroded at home and turned into  white and red lead*-not only for Home  consumption, but also 'fur export.  British Columbia produces the raw  material in rapidly increasing quanties,  and within a few years Cannda ahould  bean important factor lUpBUpplying  the white lead market   of   tho   world.  Tine is George Washington's birth  day.    '' '   *  L.Ernst of Nelson was in town  Tuesday.  E. V.   Neelands ' left   Monday for  Rossland. " ' ,  ;i'i,f  A., H. Trent returned from a yiait to  Elko.lact Monday.  Mr.'and Mrs, Ed Efill we?o down Lo  Cranbrook this week.  Mrs. Lizzie Smith left-this week for  Rossland on a short visit.  '  B. J. McMahon was up from Elko  for a day or two this week.  Bihg Po^g outfits for sale at Hope's.  Buy,one arid learn' to   play" the 'game.  .   The framework is up   for-  the   new  addition to^the  Hotel Kootenay,  and  the building is being (-inclosed,  ��� Father Welch  of  Bossjand   was   in  East Kootenay this week on a visit. ���,  L.A. Riokers returned from Kaslo  Wednesday.' Mr. Bickers intends  moving his family here in, tbe spring.  Lancelot Gubbins lgft here this week  for Alberta, where he intends going  into tbe oattle raisjng buajqees.  Tbe members of Key City ^ lodge  I. 0. O. F. of'Cranbrook, assisted ov  the ijoyie lodge, \yill institute a lodge  at Fernie next Monday eveningl  Mrs. James Finney of Sandon is  here visiting her daughter, Mrs.  David Porter.  J." A. Efarvey was here yesterday to  look after his interests and to attend  the annual meeting of tho waterworks  company.  Messrs. Ross Tate and J. E. Ardell,  representing W. F. Tate's jewelry" emporium of Cranbrook, were "in Movie  ^Wednesday.  D. W. Moore, ore buyer for the  Trail qmelter, .was in town a short  time-Thursday. Mr. Moore says that  the mining busiuess is looking up and  that the .outlook is favorable for a  busy season.'  As we go to press the annual  meeting of the Movie   Water Co.  is  being  held at the courthouse.    Full particu  lars will be given in next week's issue  of the Xeader,  Dr. John Barber, dentist, is in  Moyie" for .a, few days and is pre-  pared'to do all kinds of dental work.  He has rooms at the Hotel  Kootenay. Dr. Barber has establishad  a reputation for first class work, and  those needing his services will do well  to see him.  IILpEppiJOLI  I.       ��� ,i  G-pyernnjeijt will :J3e Orged  Necessity   of   "Placing  .  " Tariff' Bestriotions  ".Qn'Jjead.  Traili B. C, .February 21.���The  corner stone of the lead refinery  in connection with the Canadian  Smelting worko plant at Trail has  been laid, 'and "' active construction  work- is1 under way. Tho plant'will be  located on the grounds of and within  a comparatively short distance of the  main plant. .Refinery and smelter will  be connected by an' electric _ tramway  over which the product of the furnaces  will be conveyed for ' th.; final treatment in the refinery.    ' ��� '  It is difficult at this time lo predict  with any measure of accuracy when  the refinery will be'in actual operation.  The company originally intended ,' to  start refining.iead   about   May   15th,  but as some time has been lost iri com  . i *  mencing work on the buildings and  weather conditions at this season of  tbe year, the date of t the opening. of  the refinery must be postponed for a  couple oi months to be within the  zone of safety.  TheplaL.' under way now at Trail  is intended .practically aa a experiment. If it is demonstrated that tlie  refining of' lead obtained from ores  mined within the Dominion re&n be  done profitably, the business is to be  extended by the construction of  plants at other pojnts, cprobably Nelson, an East Kootenay point, or the  coast; "  The Associated Boards pi Trade or.e,  asked to urge upon the federal government the necessity of placing such  restrictions upon the importation ol  lead products as will afford the Canadian l.ead producer a market for thp  refined products of his ores, This  question will be gone into at the  Kaslo convention on the 26th instant.  GENERAL  NEWS'ftJQTEg.'  Baron Rothschild has ejected Capfc.  Dreyfus fronva Par-is fjat-of wbieh lio  is the owner. He says that Uo w-ouM  not have the captain in any,-prpfni8efe  of liis for any-money, -..-   *;.   ;    .<-.-,-��.-��  A dispatch ffoTn'Gon3t.a.ctinopIe8cys  that the1 reports of-=the-release of.-Aisos  Stone are absolutely "Withotti ��� foUTjde**.  tion, although her" liberation ria^ex~���  pected'njomentarily.--',. j.'.-'j;    -     *.���  The JSbva Scotia Government, which  propose to erect-'* a provincial -s^nir  tarium. for the care of c'ducuniptivec,  at a post'of'$13,000, has purchased -�����,  site for'the same near KentviUe,1' f��r  $2,000.    " -,       '       -'    ���;'     '-���--. .'<  A company is in course of formation  in Vancouver, which will have for it's  object the building of a fleet ot eight  or fen vesselofor the Coast' lumber  trade, with a'caps.city of about 100,006  feet each.' It 'is* likely - that several '  tugs and spallf.r vessels will also be'  built in Vancouver for service on that  coast.   '      .  'i i  , Robert Fitz3imons and > James J.  Jeffries have signed articles to meet in  a 20 round glove content on some day  between May 10 and 20 for the championship of the world. The contest ib  to take place before the club offering  the, highest purse.' The winner is to,  receive 60 per cent and * the looser '40  per cent of tho purse1: *, ��� ^-' ',' '"  The much talked of go between Goff  and Jtyan at Rossland haB been post?*  poned tem^oraaily on account,of local  conditions,and,not being able to get a  house large enqugh'to bold the expected crowd.,' The match will in all  probability be 'pulled voff about May  24th, when the skaUng rink v?ill be  available.  A novel method of ridding a,locality  of disorderly ohsrAotera wae introduced  at tbe Loop lasfi Monefay, when Super*'  fntendent Evans of the Michel minee:  backed by a Provincial Constable antf ;  a carpenter, went to a red-curtaic'  house and,took off the doors and windows, carrying these off. The inmate's *  took the hint.���Fernie Free Press.  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  ]WETAL   MARKET.  New York���Bar silver, 55| cents.  Lead, $4.12��.    Copper, $12.30^  Londqn���Lead, ��11, 12s. 9d.  EAST  KOOTENAY STOCK.  ,    Asked.  Crow's Nest Coal  $80.00  St. Eugene      1.00  North Star        26  Sullivan-  9|  ���Bid  $72.00  23  9  Ico Uarvest Nearly Over.  The 'work of putting up ice on  Moyie lake is almo3t at an end. The  neighboring towns are pretty well supplied and a few moro days work will  give the local residents an, ample  amount. Mr. Niederstadt has just  finished putting up 300 tons, which is  a guarautee that the people will have  nice cdoI beer to drink next summer.  Tho various hotels and P. Burns <fc Co.  have also put up good supplies.  Messrs. Hawke, Brenton and Niederstadt made a record for themselves one  day this week when they loaded 142  tons on cars iu nine hours.  A Kol table Assay er.  Parlies wishing .to have assaying  done should send their work to A. L.  McKillop, Nelson, B. C. Mr. McKillop  has a well established reputation and  tlioso trusting work to his hands can  be assured of receiving.'reliable re-,  tun:?. '. ���;*���''.  Mild AVeatlioi*.       .  South East Kootenay is enjoying  typical May Weather. A warm rain  and a chindok Wind has removed most  of the aflpw in the valleys, add along  the foOtliilis. Tliefe is not 11 partical  of snovv oti the Moyie townsite, and  the ice on the lake shows evidences of  breeding up.. .    , -  As to Death of '^Father Pat."  A  recent    Montreal  dispatch  says  of Fathfcr Pat.  "It seems that there was considerable  mystery about bis  death, and  it was  not generally known   that   he  died  at  Hotel Dieu hospital in   thi3  city.    In  fact, the information only  leaked   out  through detectives   having   been   employed on    the   case.    Mr.   Irwin,   it  seem.3, was  found early  in  January,  lying ou the snow in a   bu&h  at  Sault  Aux Recollects,  near  this   city.    He  was   in   a   pitiable   condition    when  carrifid to a sleigh  on   which  he   was  drawn to   the   Hotel   Dieu   hospital.  Both legs were   frozen   and   he   was  quite unconscious.  "On recovering somewhat he penciled a letter to Rev. Edmund Wood  of St. John the Evangelist church,  whom he had known' years ago, and  asked that gentleman to call on him.  This was on January 10; Mr. Wood  paid him a visit and two days afterwards he was surprised to learn of his  death. A .surgical operation was  performed ou one of bis legs and blood  poisoning followed,  from ' which he  died without saying a "word as to how  he came to the neighborhood in  which he was fbUn'.d."  Cranbrook Herald:  Cranbrook is preparing to celebrate'  the 24th of May in a mauner befitting  the day and the town.   '  Mr. Jones, book keeper for G. H.  Miner, has been quite sick for several"  days but is recovering.  G. H. Miuer and J. P. Fink aire hav:  ing a telephone line builtL, to connect  their residences aud stores' Paul  Rookes is doing the work.  A large meeting of the citizens was  held Wednesday evening of last week  at the Cranbrook hotel for the purpose  of discussing the question ofincorpora-  tion.  Died,^ Monday, February 17, 1902,  Warren", infant,son of Mr. and Mrs.  W. D, Hill. Funeral services were  held Wednesday morning at the residence, and the remains interred io tbe  Cranbrook cemetery.     .    c   '  The Palmer Bar mill ot the CranT  brook Lumber company was placed  out of business Tuesday by the pin on  the engine breaking, and before steam  could be ehut off the engine was little  better than a pile of scrap iron.-      * '  Last Sunday Peter Peterson,  bookkeeper for Con tractor Martiu at  Elko,'  took his own life by   sending a  bullet  through his head.    He had been drinking  considerable,  and  it is reported  that he was behind  a  few  dollars  iu  his accounts.  M. B, Billings, of The Herald 'staff,  is now in the St. Eugene hospital  where he * was taken after having  another attack of appendicitis. An  operation was performed upon him  yesterday by Drs. King and Green,  and be recovered from it in excellent  condition, and it will only be a question of a few weeks before he is fully  recovered. "Mort" has made many,  friends in Cranbrook who sympathise  with him in his misfortune.  . Lots on Victoria street'on easy pay-  meutoi   See D. J. Elmer, '   '   ���  . Unusual interest was caused lately  by the announcement that ''".Father:  Pat" Irwin, the.pioneer minister of the  English church, had embraced tho  'Roman Catholic faith shortly before  his sad death as a result of exposure  in the woods near Montreal. This has  been denied*  * i'  1    ��- f 1 *  ���i*iv,$v ���-I'  ���;R  Mt  M'  ,   il  I  ii.  .���',".'���. .1*  iAh mm hkiwrn*  |    lflL-OKotk^-t^-Ltllsave applied to the chief  i C'01;>ij;--  ���- ...  /oii'wjcs.or.cr  a  J.-jids /ind  v.-orlcs  Vi'-tona,  :J. C, for a sre^nl .'icen-q to cut tad carry nway  7x-yy7��^^gpi.jg.'a��iE3ggi  OBS3KKaMSaSS=SESWi��K  ^Arji'^J^iviA'JggawacBJtinpajgiatf:  -. .cs-urraeco.,  rulillclxer-s.  "r./.*:  scu;cDirTio:i.  . ecr..  o .���  SATURDAY, FEB. 22. 1902.  :'  Moyie is cutting more ice than  any  side o�� Irifhwcu creek on the-north side of lhe  railroad traek/ruanhiffiO chains   west: thence  foliowiuS the creek ICO chains, south; thence 10  J chains east; theueajCO chairi-north to place of  1 comraenemeiit, containing 610 acre'';,  more Or  ?2.cq less.  ___ | Dsted Jan. 1, 1P02.      VICTOR DESAUX^IER  -4���59.  Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Oui*a in ail Oases.  jMsKMhijt-j^.,^.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE 0>7 KECEIPT OP POSTAL.  v/SiTE YOUH 1 A^TE^AND /D* KESS PLAINLY." '  1 NOTICE. ,  r TaLo notice thtt I have applied to' tho Chief  U03niiiis>Joner of lauds  and   work?,   Victoria,  ��� ~ ,  -���* -.--��.,.�� M.��.VI It   "^^'"l t    .l*��l V*   J<lf  Other town  in   South   East   JOiOtenay I B> C., for a special' license   to  cut  and 1'.iny  these day?.  M. Santds Dumoni, the aerial   navigator, is not lo be discouraged by eu/di  away timlicr en the following flcscribcnl rvacant  Crown lands in the southern division ot the  East Kootenay district. ��. C, Comrnenosus: a!  a post   planted about one mile ��.nd one half on'  the .-ast side oIToehty ��-Jo��e north 'rifio of tho I I feel for Hits good dcriviil   from   it  British coljinibia Southern railway track   on' -~n"u   hum   u  There is no! lung like Asthiiiiileno.  It brings instant relief, even Jn tlie  worst cases. It cures when all c'iso  fails. ' ��� ��� ��� -'  The 2t<-v. 0. F, WELLS, o,f Villa  itidge, 111., siiyfi": "Your trial bolllo of  Asthmalene loecived iii' good condition.'   I cannot toll yaw how thankful  l  ���Buy Yopr Drugs at  2 ft  fi  vv I'l       ^_  ii y 11  ~T3-*rvnT*��  ' ���/{* 3 fi-rt  id   W/ a a  c$SFtf*  tl r?'  ^$Iik  ��� :a little matter a? getting a good   duck-1 wiiipii noastis loark-edL. caiun, running- cast | u'as "* sl{lv,e> ehniuod with p,utrid  eoies  :Dg- . ��� j^^aiussthencc south 40 chains, theuce ;west j throat andJAh-thma  for   ten   years.    I,  "While lead in Montreal 13 worth  $5.00 a  hundred.    Haw  lead   in   the  ��� Slocan brings $1.18. Will some one  please step forward and'explam ' to  us  , how the government could fail .in the  refining and  railroad   business.���raj',,;  ���streak.  Joe Martin may be com  away back and sit dov/n" (once   in   a '-Dated jcu.,2, iso2.  Tvhile, bat,you soon   find   him   again  occupying '.he front seat in   the   band  v?agom  -39.  w:  If the Great Northern gels control, of  ihe Canadian coal-fields   it   v/ill   bo  'more dangerous  'than 'if   they"''  were  -solely under the control cf the O. P.B..  Canada must keep her   magnificent  coal areas out  of  the  clutches . of   a  -foreign monoply.  A Spokane'jury recently awarded a  man $15,000 for the loss of a" leg ,ih a  'railway disaster. The repor.t says that  "this is a record valuation for a ��4ower  limb, but it seems very cheap, Why  instances are on record in B/itish  (Columbia' where merely pulling a leg  has yielded much more tban this  amount,  KOTK'll.  Take notice that I have "sru;ilicu to tbo'chief  coinmisHoae'r of land�� and   works, - Victoria,"  B. C, for a special iiceuse to cut i^nd. cJrry Away  timber  on   tho  following   described   vacatir  Crq.vn lends in the   .o^.Lcrn division of the  Kast Kcolteuny district, ^.r73.   Coiaraen'oin-j at a  post, on the -wes,t side of Galbraith's   ranch,  block 5i;5S,ort noith side of railroad track, which  which postte marked Edward Ucsaulnicr, run  nijprlcd chains v,\.;.; thence 40 .*h'.ii!*, t-o,ith;  thence 160 chains,cyst, thonce   -10 chain? north  to   place   of commencemen1.,   contaiuinfr   010  acres, more or less.     KDWARD DKSA ULXIHR.  Dated Jan. G, 1902.        ' ,   ' ' j��� ;�����      !  ��� * ,  NOTICE.  Take notice tbat I have applied ; to tho Chief  commissioner of land?  and -works,   Victoria,  13. C", for a special'5,license to cut and carry invay  tiiisberon the following-described vacaut Crown  lands in ti.e. "scntheru  division   of the Ilia;.t  Kootenay.'district,   IJ.  C.   Commcnquug ' at; *a  post marked O. Dc^aulnier planted  abont^oac  aud ono hall miles cast pf/fochtyou t.hc north  side of tlioCatiadian Jb'aci'iu rp.ilivsy.   Running  wcstlSOcliivins; thence wnth *10 chaine;   thence  cast 1C0 chains: thence north JO chains back to  place of O'H'.nr.onccmcut, containing-  O-iO acres,  morcorki-:, 0 t,   " O, DESATJLNIER.   ,  Dated Jan. C, 1P02. 4���39.  dreadful and. tormenting" disease. Asthma, imd thought you had ov.erspoken  yourselves, but resolved to give it n  trial. To my astonishment, tho trial  acted like a charm. - "Send" me a full-  fci^e bottle.1''6  ' '���'  'Rev. Dr. Morris WeclLsIer.  Rabbi of the Coiig.    Bnai IhYael,  Arew York, Jan. 3, IDOL    ;  Du . Takt Bitot,'. Ari-micixE Co:,   ���  Gentlemen; Your Asthmalene 33 an  excellent remedy for Asthma and 1 Liy  Fover, and 'its  composition "ailevia'tetr '    "'  all troubles which' combine 'wilh'oAs-  thina. - Its success is astonishing "and -   ' , '    '     .  wondeiful. ' ' -    ,,  ;  Alter having ifciirofully'ilnalyasd,  yve'cii.i ��� state   that   Asthm'ale  tains no.opium, morphine; chloroform ur "ether.   Very truly yours,     -  '   ' ' ItJSV. DR. i,!OURIS WECJISLEli.  CaU'oarly and get a hotter choici;.    Do not cyorl.iok 'h .    ,,,,,.      ''"'"*  v/e carry Hair Brushes,  Cloth   Brushes,  Military  U.ur  i...'"t      WWiiM.  made with geuume bristles and j.ith ebony, wood, m *v. .. ; , . '     pMJtoS  &i^ ^ "ua��f mm  EVER ?' *y,l "'����,tJB!��G8  rfMf>"'svF'  '-  A. STBEHBB'SBN,, Proprietor,  .Mincrfi^headquartera.     Good   accommodation*  for  trivolprp      n-.  liquors ��nd oiguia liopt in ctock,   '  Lake Shore Addition  '   ���"WBafflflsiSSlI'-*''"''  1"  nc  con-  XrEI>lHl8TABT,lUESTlUlEllX (JO.      "  f. way.'tp.  tflatris  All eyes are fixed on the lead market  these days. "At the ��� present rate of  going it will not be long until the price  will be sufficiently "high to justify the  sesumpfcion.of ..operations at tbe , St.  Eugone. - When the London price for  lead reaches tbe ��13 mark the wheels  .begin to turn. '  "   "'  kelson Tribune; .The London  ^.quotation for lead keeps climbing up,  and at the present rate ol" progress it  'will be but p. matter of a few weeks  uhtill it reaches the mark set by the  management of the St. Eugene, which  is to be the signal for the resumption  of operations by Canada's greatest  silyer-lead producer.  fr3cs*tSJrrs*tB*ra*sM&C2*affirirrtur.  Notice to Dcicnqiiont Co-Owner.  To Otro P- Johnson, .or ro "aiiy person" 01  persons to whom he may have transferred Lis  interests in the May Flower mineral claim,  situate about-five miles north of fort Steele in  tbe Tort Steele Mining Division of the .district  of Eas-UCootenar, 3/ 0., and recorded in tho  recorder's olfceo of the Fort' Stccla Mining  Division.  - Yon, and each 01 you, are hereby notified that  I havo expended one hundred and ten dollaralin  labor and improvements upon the' above mentioned mineral claim in order'to hold said  mineral claim under1 tbe provisions of the  mineral act and if within ninety days from the  date o�� this notice you (ail or refuse to, contribute your proportion of ��uch expenditures together with * all costs of advertirinrr, your interests iu said claim will become.tho property  of the sub ��ubs-cribcr under section Tot an' act  entitled "au act to amend the Mineral Act  1900." o voi. GALLUP.  '  Dntcd at Moyio, B: C��� this Sf h day of Jan. 1002?  ���1���39���3m. " '  Li ihiihiimiii n wjj  1,1   , imJ.ft^.unuujj^mjai.u,J.^..  ,,-ww  ~���O-  Dr. Taft Bnos. Msdioine Co.  .   t t  Gentlemen  Ayox.Sriu.NG3, IJ. Y., Feb.'1,1901  ['Bostacl  mm  tarrhJI  ;-co6_b3,  clrcm^  duality notBXcelled.in the country. Try it andfl  l?e convinced..     a   '  Will  Examine CuM Oil.  Loud and long hnve been tbe com-  ,plaints going up throughout the Northwest over die quality of the coal oil  supplied, says the Frank Sentinel.  -The price is all there and tbe quantity comes up to the law, but it seems  to be watered as freely as Standard  Oil stock. It is a pitiful experience to  arise these chilly mornings and, after  doping tbe firewood with kerosene find  out that you have made the kindling  too wet to burn. If the lamp goes out  when half full of oil and' the wick \h  found bedded in "a hal'-incli of ice. a  suspicion of Rockefeller presents itself,  made strong^:.- by tho news tbtit he has  resolved to give up some millions to  his church.  As a result cf continual kicking by  Territorial newspapers the the Inland  Revenue department has taken up the  mailer and will make an investigation.  While the Government, like i;p predecessors, cannot guarantee tbe quality  of tbe coal o>l, it is anxious that the  consumei thould bo adequately protected.  Tho inspectors located at various  points in UieTcrriloiies and Manitoba,  to collect samples of the coal oil offered  for sale and lo submit these to the  wravitv and flash teal, which the law  requires thoy must atva'l times stand,  Ii r.ny f..i liic 1 am pics .'tiuid the test  but arc :-.&"<>! thUess complained about  they vail be forwarded to Ottawa for  chemical analysis.  X.��cttl 'i'l-eaAucient.  Colored Lady���?.Iist?r, ,plcase  gimme two cents' worth powder.  Druggist���Gun powder, lace powder  or tooth powder?  Colored Lady���Wat I wants with  tooth powder, gun powder or face  powder? Two cents' worth insect  powder.  Druggiss���-1. can't walk across to the  other side of the store and wrap up  two cents' worth of insect powder.  Colored' Lady���Who   asked   yo'   lo  wrap   it  up?    .lust   po'   it  down    m  liaCkV  ..       '   '  .  O. F. DE3AULNIER  DE.VI.ER  1  mi��  Vi ft i  PROMPT DELIVERY.  upon your windows on 130th street, New" York; I at's once pbtaincd'a. bottle V/  Asthmalene. My wife commenced ta'king it about t lie" first of No vein ber> I  very 50911 noticed a radical"improyement:1 After using o'ne bottle her netllma  has'disappeared and she;s entirely free from nil symptoms. ' I>e! that-f-Tcan  consistently recop;me:,d the medicine to all who j^rV.' -.ifflfcted with' this distressing disease,. Yours respectfully,    ' f'      '        07D. >HELPS,\m'. D;'"�� '.'  ���r 0-^r--        -        ' - -**���.'  Db. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. - ' " Feb.l5 i90L.  Gentlemen:' I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried  uumerous^remedies, but��they have all,failed.' I'ran across your advertisement  and'startetl with.a trial bottle, I found'relief at once. ��� I ' have ; since pur-"  chased your foil sized botfclp, and I am ever grrfteful.- I, have family of" muf  children, and.for six years was unable to.work., lam now , in tho best, of  health and am doing-busings every day. .Tliis/testimony vci cAu make "such  use of as you see fit. -Hoiue addros, 235 Rivington sLreet. S. RAPEIAEL ' '  -������      ��� ' - 07  East 129th sti, KewtYork"CUy!      "  TRIAL BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY  FREE   ON  RECE! PT  * . * "  ���     OF POSTAL....      .":      .    .     '      r ' "  ��� Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAFTBROS,' 'MEDICINE  C&, 79.East 130th St..N. Y. City ��� '        ,.,''.  ',   SOLD BY ALL -DRUGGISTS.  "   .    '   '"  Harvey;. &   McCarter,  FOKT STEELE, B.O  Harvey, McCarter & Alejraiidcr,  J?ERN1E, B.C.  Barristers &' Solicitors.  Gfcuee ns5 Ave.     IVIOYIS  prartrMrnrgigjic^.  jiMvT'j.-ran^amJww^.w  PiOTUBIS FEA311B  Prest, the, photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings . in  Sast Kootenay.  Vv7. A. Prest,  Photographer.  Cr.mlu-oolc,     Moyie,    JPorl Steele.  Will Visit Piioyie on  TUESDAY AND WEJJNESDAY.  CtfH|t>TXJ3>"  ���*~73v**arrmarcm  ^uh7:M.faU       50   YEARS'  e^^^rafif EXPERIENCE  '.^���-M.-;-v'i-^[s  CqpyricsKtr; &c.  Anj'ono scnJiiij: n =kotfh nnrt 'Inscription rnnj  quickly asccrLans onr 'iiiinion free ����� liether an  iiiven'.'.O" is pro'.) 11b 1 y r ilonta'jlo Commutiica-  tiop"��sfrlctlyconn(lei.ti'>l. Ilrmdofiokoa t'a.lcnt3  oent fico. Oitlost iijffi.fy forberuuiip patsnts.  r-acntu laken thrmvh Mui.ii & Co. receive  ipcrial ll'illCC. -K-ll IlOVt clillTL'O, in tho  -..-S^fific Jhner least  A hnntlsoTiiclv-illnstTfttfld -r-p.p.kIv. T.nrcest cir.  (.-,'.l.'.U.);i. of ;i:ij- scioiitlllo jmirnal. Tenon, $3 a  vfij-.r* four .������nor.T'ifi, ���"'. Hr/'illiyiiU heivudoa'c-s  WM '���& Co,3^"a4!ew York ���  W. F. O-TJRD,   ,    :  liAUKISTJiK, S-OitCITOK, ETC  CRANBROOK. 0. C  !~|  NOTiKTES      PUHLTC,     COMMIS  SION -V:*TD   INSURANCE   AOEMT-S.  9$����$����^��d9�� ������������iSS��5��ee���63*5$>W*9***^ v$m  %;* ;  ',; JOMJVSTCW, I IB BOS.  | Thw^Hotel is New and well Furnished. The jUg  I       ^Tables* are. Supplied- with the Best .tlie u|��  f    ��� 'Market affords. The' Bar is Filled with"1  I ; -. tjb.eBest Brands of .Liquors and Cigars,  1   '' ���"'     gAGI33SrT8c FOR, PABST'S ^MILWAUKEE BEER,  |      ��� /;   HEADQUARTERS  PQR' COMMKROIAL    .'���*  g;.'J      " . -.   AND MINING MSN -'  & StOYIK,     '*_.,,-_'.;,*_       _   '   _ ,  We  Mewsi's  ark!  Mining Stock  66  Branches:  EO.iT STEELE,  FIMBi-SlLEy,  MARY.SVI1.LE.  ffloyie,B.C.  dlate   Payment    Every   Titne.  Been    Established   24    Yean:.  Write   for Prices.  Shipment.    Convince Yours'-!.'.  Make Tr'.'l If^Sst  ���jMI  ORANJSBOOK.  Daily market prices  by ��� wire  from Spokane.  LEWIS THOMSON,  NoTAitv rcm.ic, Accountant,    CO-M.MJ.S.SION    AND  Insurance Agent.  Moyie,  -i-J ��      -\*J ���  *.-^^4A.*- itjcsnu ���vrr,sT��*iyr;vj  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent.  NEW   YOliKUFE,  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,  PHG2NIX OF BROOKLYN  '.'���'������'��� ���  .-'T' ' ".-    '��� ���--,'   ,  Insurance Oo.'e  Fort Steele,     .       B. G.  r-mm  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING 00.  .CflANBROOK, B   C  Areated  S7-W.  ?fatGra  *JLti  of  J  Hinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Sypkens,  i  Don't llubbornrckjYour Neighbor's Paper,    yubacribc !"  **���%  f!  $m fa a m*'  t.:'.W  J  ,,-    'X I" '���*!'5V>  * CABA  /-��-��  'Saul^tQ  . . ,1 ontoi  ;;^sa  ��� Sionttooj  '���^-East?  BatronJ  .. --'-.daily  Molsoc;J  ^.fdiato  , Portage ]  'V.Nelso  ., -. alTco  PorthfjeJ  j. tccmi  s    ',Sun<i,  Bladston  ^*.interi  -   ,-Smxd  Shoal La  ���a Tuos.  Rapid Ci  ���       Mon.:  Slocdou,.  .T "?��wt  Napmka,  poiat  Braai  Glenbora  Pipeston  tacdli  ���v.1 PXeS'  Frobysha  vaa,'i  on ..  Gretna. ��  West Soli  Dl T��C3.  i Huonowal  ���Bmerson  tf.W JUS  i'.^-tn.  li"'hi  1 ��'\ ��:i&&$0em_._-..  tier's  ."   K   M   F..>*. I l.VT*T  _.  U KVHinoH^Ht  mm  viueji  IEW OF CHRISTMAS.  USlnister'a "oy Didn't Like  Fjii-Uctilar Holiday.    ,  tster's iirtle boy did uot look at  'as lie came down from his fa-  iv  tlie  any   nft.-r  Christmas.  had' frolic   vrr ..s  about  the  ���is name had b   -n -mentioned  prominent  in   r< ">r��   to  the  he hail but ti moment before  ito an interview in the awe jn-  nii where his father composed  is of tin* week. >  ���Jike Christinas." lhe litlla boy  ,s he K.-i;:ccl out UP" the snow  ���tory vhnl and  Wiped  the last  ' member   of   a   procession * ot'  his cheek.  le  continued,   "tlihs   Christraa*.  jn't what sonic people say it te>  'long shot.    Everybody  seeuia  's a fi^at Unng for thclittU  ui cn-nitry; hut I can tell 'em  bytliiij',' lint great for a mints-  lie doesn't have nu'y show nt  in't in it.  f" hn conl imied as he cau-  :-d hi ii ih'If in a chair with n  . "would .1011 like Christmas  v n minister':? little ' boy?  in lie pim'i.',' for !t !lri(J 'J'iiig  rlits waiti'in,' for it to get here?.  link! Jn>t think of all tbe,big,  .1 -dippers a minister gets o��  .U'istinas     tree!"  will be as strong as our" if you try  Shiloh's  isutrsptlon  and ours is so strong we guarantee a cure or refund money,  .   and we send you free trial bottle  if you write for it.   SHIXCi'H'S'  costs 25 cents, and will cure Consumption, Pneumonia,Bronchitis  and all Bung Troubles.     Will  ��� cure a Cough or Cold in a,(day,  and thus prevent serious results.  It has been doing these things  for 50 years.  S. C Wetxs & Co., Toronto, Can.  ���AMtiiaum  Tl..'1-fr :.,  ,Kelvin's s  l.v seventh  ���son, ,i\-113  board* Lis  Itookh.   As  question of  'i 1,  i 1.  c.i  J'<  "   Vi -1  M'h'.iyi (.].  rei-n  iij -ii  '' ' "'ry about Lord  '���ii'^'c.    In the ear-  ii' William Thoin-  nliau   waters,  on  yacht,   the   Lalla  t  Hiviii lie took up the  ,_..,,, "idlfyin-,' iije method of  signals at  sea.    ij., ,,ai,  of It at the dinner table  -Madeira, and the, onlv  that Boomed aide to craSp it was that  been talking  of a friend in  apprehension  it  i <  Wi:\Ks   OF    A    THOUBLB THAT  ���M-'l'LlCTS  MANY   YOUNG  O'IPJLS. '  Karl's Clover Root Tea cures Indigestion  fness Cannot Bo Cured  iilicaliou , as thoy ennnot reach tho  I'hcioiscnly 01,0  THE SILKWORM.  'Die .silkworm is three  inches long  and is well ��� provided with legs,, having'no  less     thun .sixteen    of\hese  members.' '   . ,  Minard's Liniment Cures'Garget in Cows.  of his host's daughter, a lady he greatly but silently admired.  'T quite understand "it, Sir William,"  sue said.   ���  ''Are you Hare?''  doubtfully,    "if 1  from my yacht, do you thini  read it and could answer nie?"  ��i'Tf' r WOUld try" she responded.  I believe 1 should succeed in maklm*  it out." ��  The signal was sent, and she did succeed 111 makiug it out and In transmitting   the   reply.'   The   question   was;  \\ nl you marry me?" anxbtue  was, "Yes."  he questioned, half  sent you a signal  you could  answer  evert  tarrih  fditlS  \gsm  Seaselo  foirciflfi  and!  (101. , us  Urtioii <>t' ti.o our. ,---.,-.  Uoiduii' =-, c-;id tlia-t w "-V coiibtitu-  lies. 3.'e;i fne -sis caiifciKby nn 1111-  itlition 0/ tho iiiucoui lining of the  Si Tube. When tiiia tube gets liifmm-  Ivo a rum Wins Bound or imperfect  md whcu'il id entirely closed deafness  Jilt, and unlets iho inflammation can  out find tins tube restored to it��; nor-  ition, hciriiK,' will ho destroyed for  '" cii'ies oui ot> ten uro ouiisea hy each is iifviliinc: 1 ut au inilaanKi con-  1 niucous fsnrf.T"Cs.'  'iiivo Quo H'midr.'d Douars for any  jfii<-i3 (c.ui��erl hy catanh; that can-  ki hy Hull's Catarrh Care.   Scud foi?  freo.    < <  J. CUJSKEr & CO, Toledo, O  3rugsris(">,,7i>c.  nlv Wild are the "beat.  '  Kvois the, versittilc* versifier  ly to be well  versed  in  the  of adversity. .    ,  is iike-  reverses  ilAD-LAI  [said the surgeon.    "It's not  udnusing to. dissect a  funny  :i-i--ii Kste��  Mluiment Cum Biolwcr,  is as   old as    he feels, nc-  a    venerable'  saying.  An  ltd  ;.'always feels old.  THR TEimiBUS 35XPER3ENCE- OF  A NOVA SCOTTA GENTLEMAN  AND 1IOW  ME WAS CURED.  AiL/r Such a Long Period of''Suffering lie Is Entirely Restored to  Good Ileal Ui by Dodd's' Kidney  Pills���-He/is' Very Grateful;������ -,    , '  \- I3ridgcivater,  (Special )���Mr:  promiiient man.  :trs,  m  great  IlirVWga  111  .UB1A \\i<k  C. Richards' & Co.  len,���Last winter 1 received,  ^nefit from    tho use of M1N-  INIMENT in a severe' attack  ppe,   and    I  have? frequently  to   be   'very   effective., in  [[inanimation.     ��� '?  Yours,  Wi  A    IIUTC1IINSON.'  _ ^  SST OF DEVOTION,  an who    is  patient with   a  fvhen she is sick' can ,be relied  treat her'all-bright'when she  im  'iDIAN NORTHERN  Trip  to  ���ii-ji.  '">#.���  '.Hi^S  /���PMttl:  ���*i^w?  Feb. 17-22.  y. S:, .Tan.-27.���  Jolin S. Morgan,' a  ' of this place, has  had a terrible time,with his'back-for  eight, years,".but now he. is receiving  the congratulations of his friends on.  his 'complete-and satisfactory'recovery. * . _ ���.' '.-.''���'  ' To look at. Mr.* Morgan today one  would never suspect' ; that he had  been the victim of sor much torture,  and,'for-such , ,a long time, and yet  from hi.s own statement, the pain he  has 'endured must \ have been, something awful. Ife says : - . ' ��� , ���  - '"For., eight-years ,-L. have, suffered  the most severe pain 'hi my back.. I  had .gradually ..grownyworse till' at  last I was completely "crippled,up. , ,  C"I heard of Dodd's Kidney Pills as"  rentedy for Lanio���Back, but'as I had1  tried 'so ' many <��� things without any  benefit T' was beginning to lose faith  in anything.. However, I decided to"  try them, and J can truthfully say  I urn .heartily glad I did so, for they  cured nie.  "I had run, down in weight- to  about 140 pounds, but during the  time 1 was using the'Pills (I used  in o.ll about twenty boxes) I'regained, about 23 pounds.  ��� "Of course I realized my danger,  and when 1 found that Dodd's Kidney Pills were helping me,1'I1 stuck  right close to them after commencing tili 1 was perfectly -well aguin."  Everyone*- r who knows Mr: Morgan  knows that he means every word he  says, and much interest has Keen  aroused by the _ publication of his  statement.  Dodd's Kidney Pills a're well l.nmvn  to ,be a sure cure for" all cases of  Lame Back and Kidnej-- trouble.-  A Bonccl? ftreettnB.   '  According to Alnslee's Magazine,  when the governor oC Newfoundland,  Sirllenry McCallum, K. C. M. G., went  ashore, at a small harbor of the east  coast he was met at the landing place  by , a grizzled old . fisherman, who  sought to make the stranger welcome,  whoever he might be.  "Be you'comin' ashore,.sir?" he asked. ���  "Yes," said the.governor.  "Be you hereabout tho fie (seal oil)?"  the fisherman pursued.  ' "No." said the governor.  VHo you"one o'.'Sain* Lewis' men  from Red bay, sir, come about the  Umber?"  "1 am the governor of Newfoundland," Sir Henry announced, with  some show of dignity. <-���  "Be you, now?" said the fisherman,  with a friendly offer of his hand.  "Well, 'tis a mighty good job���If yon  can hold it. An' I hopes you will.  Would you like a cup o' tea, sir'/"  "A Lot of 'air."  The Inhabitants of the little town  of Sqraersbyi In England, where Tennyson was, born, are frank In giving  'their opinion of their distinguished fel-'  low townsman. One old woman thus  related her impressions of the poet to a  , visitor: * ..'  " 'E was a'very quoiet man. 'E seemed as if 'e wasc'alf asleep, with 'is oyes  ,'alf shut au' peepin', an* 'e,.used to  poke1'at ye; loike i'-furr; wi' 'is stick.  'E 'ad such a lot' of 'air an* a long  beard, an',". sinking her voice confidentially, ",'e never looked very clean;  bo, 'e didn't."  And this somewhat startling testimony, was'promptly confirmed by her husband, who added:  "If you'd met Mm gooin' along this  dusty rooad. you'd 'a' takken Mm foi- a  tramp ,gooin' to Brigg for a night's  Iodglu'.1'  ,,    *   1    She" l":t��U*rs(potl.  ' "Ignorance." remarked young Borem.  "tlu'v say is lilies." ���" ���-;. .  "Oh." thai probably accounts for it,"  rejoiuod Miss during.  "Accounts' for what?" queried the  1 youth.  contented and happy.look you  o  "The  usually  wear,"   sho   replied.  A dude dressed out of sight is very  apt to be out of mind.  iv l. j./. , v. v.r*��n,���-���'vy/Tiiw  ler    particulars  apply   to  Canadian Northern Hy.  GEO. II. SIT AW,  S1^-, Traffic Manager  N**W PACIFiC RAILWAY  \> -: l*��TIME TABLE  ~x**'  f^  iti  Sault. ^tQ>Mktie, Owen Sound, Tor-  4 Sni,��.SJl*^33a'=:r \ ia Lakes, M011-  ' Sft^ffiSdny and Saturday   , AUe��.,^rn, ana bun ���   > ^^"jyeJ^wnto. Now York and  �����<.Tvasfc?'via-a11,r,u1' <Jf"1y   KatPortaeeandintoriiicdiato points  ' dtulyZfitf.   Mols9ii[,nLa8du Uonuot and intonno-  ^Qiato points, Ihurs. only    forta��<ila'Prairie,lirttndori,CaJffary.  -. Ndlsott^and   all   Kootenay uml  au coast pomtb, daily   Porthgo laT?rair io, Brandon and iii-  1 tpcmodiato.poiuts  daily c^ceut  bunaay^i..'.-;   Bladstono, TJeo^aw a, Minuet".osa nisd  - Mtermediatepomts, daily except.  '-   , Sunday ^.Xf   BhoalLako, Ydrlcton nnd iiitormcd-  1 jato-pomts;Mou.,\Ved., aud Fri.  Tues.,'Thurs.. and Ba t   ��aPJ<* City, Hamiota. JUinioU, Tuoa-  day, Thru .and faut .'   ir  ^on��^ed,.'and Fri   Slordon, Dolqraino and intermediate  pmnts daily except Sunday :;...;  Napmka. Alameda and iutermediato  R01^ daily except Sunday via'  taJ&r98*?��*** aiu1 Safc- ���; ���"������ '���'��� -���'������������  PoiatSr'aaiIy,oxccpt Sunday .  vaa,Tuos.,ThQi0.,Sut., via Brand  on ..; .  gretna.Sfc Taul Cluciiffo, daily  West SolWrk, Mon.. Wed. aud fo.  Xucs.. Tlmrs. �����"'-�����'���  Suonowall, Toulon   ., rv-*^.., Tnes., Thur., Sab.  Emerson,'Mon.. Wod , .-nidlM  $. w ljsonakTJ;        olaT  (?eu SupS  LV  10.00  16.C0  8.0-3  7,��0  ifj.50  ', 80  ���"/.!��  7.S0  8.20  9.03  .7vS0  11.10  18.30  12.20  AK.  10.15  10.13  1S.GC  18.SC  S.3C  :2.8C  22.��(  22.SC  22.X  .15.15  rTbe   gambler    is    an  chance  acquaintance.'  undesirable  THE CAKE OP LITTLE- ONE  Some   Sound   Advice   As to  the  Method of Treating Infant  .Indigestion.  ile.;t  MiM's. LliiifflGiit Gnres DiDMlieria.  . The  silver   tongued  orator   doesn't  bite hi.s tongue to see if its genuine.  Some  people are    natural   born  lists in ���drawing conclusions. '  ur-  Soivj Foefc.���Xrrs, K. J, Noill. New Armagh,  P. Q., writes: " 1'or nearly six mouths I wus  troubled with buraiug aches and pa hi in my  feet to such nn extent th:it 1 could uot sk*op at  night, and as my foest worn b.-idly swollen 1  could not woar my hoots Ii>r wuclcs. At last I  fcot^ii bot.tlo of. Dr. Thomas' Uclccl.rlo Oil and  rosolvcd to try it, and to mv astonishment I Rot  almost instant relief, mid tho ono bottlo accomplished u poriuuuoutcuio."  No man ever handled his money,,  .when alive, to the satisfaction of his  kin, or ever left a will which was  suitable to all relatives.  The worst thing, that can be said  of sonic people is they are never seen  at-their best���if they have such a  thing.  When a man is hopelessly in love it  greatly increases his sighs.  s  character   is   often   shown  he considers laughable, ���  A  man  by; what  If/a young\y/omon  bids" you   take  heart, you can probably take hers./  1i.R0  13.liii  to.be  1S'.SC  17.11  .McPJIKRSONT  Chu. Pass. Art  No. invention, we think; ever caused cigite so much talk as the telephone .-���-.. .���-���;       ������   ; ���  '  If  in   doub.t  about    an  get some other fellow to  experiment,  try it first;  A man seldom  ion that he has  gets so full of emo-  110 room for dinner.  Nothing is more common to childhood than indigestion. Nothing is  moiw dangerous to 'proper growth,  more weakening to the constitution.  01 more likely to, pave th;? way-to  dangerous disease., Am m��r the symptoms by which indigestion in infants  and young children may be readily  recognized are loss of appetite, nausea, eructations,, coated tongue, bad  breath, hiccough and c disturbed  sleep. Indigestion may be easily  cured,r"and Mrs. F. M. Begbio, Lindsay, Out., points out how this may  best be done. She says : "When my  baby was three months old she had  indigestion very badly. She would  vomit her food .just as' soon as she  took it, no matter what I gave her.  After feeding she seemed to suffer terribly, and would scream with pain-  She seemed always hungry, but her  food did her no good and she kept  thin nnd delicate. lie was very  sleepless and suffered also from constipation. We tried several medicines recommended for these troubles  but thoy did her no good. Finally 1  saw Baby's Own Tablets advertised  and got a box. After giving them to  her she began to improve in about  two days, and in a week's time 1  considered Her well. She could sleep  well, the vomiting ceased, her bowels  bocame regular and she began to  gain in weight. She is now a fat,  healthy baby, and I think tbe credit  is due to Baby's Own Tablets and 1  would not now bo without them in  the house.'.'  Baby's Own Tablets is the. only  medicine sold under an absolute  guarantee that it contains neither  opiates nor other harmful drugs  Tne.se tablets are a certain cure for  all the minor ailments of childhood,  such ns sour, stomach,, indigestion,  constipation, - simple fever, diarrhoea.  They break up colds, prevent, croup,  and allay the irritation accompanying the cutting of teeth. Price 25  cents a box at jail druggists, or sent  by mail post paid by-'.addressing ���< lie  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Broek-  ville,  'Ont.  JlfcadncLes,  inti on,  lo; the  cay  Uizziuess, Heart Puipr-  Ficlcle Appetite gnd Pal-  Early   Symptoms   i>f   JV~  ' com-  ��� stages  if ��� these  neglected,    the  grows worse and  or  consumption  From ihe Sun, Orangeville, Ont.  Jtanl.study at school, coupled with  the luck of attention which every  young gjr] merging into womaniiood  should have, iH responsible not only  J or thu many pale faces and attenuated forms met with such lamentable  frequency, but is responsible also for  the loss of many ��� valuable young  lives. First there is an occasional  headache, and a sallowness of  plexion, from which  early symptoms are  condition gradually  worse until decline  set' in and death claims another victim '"of parental .neglect. Upon' Mothers especially devolves a great responsibility as their daughters a.p-  pioach womanhood. The following  truthiully story told a reporter of  the Sun by Airs. O. Herman, of Third  Avenue, Orangeville, carries a lesson  to other mothers. Mrs. Herman said:  "About fiftee�� months ago my daughter, I-vate, while attending the pSiblie  school studied hard. We noticed that  she began _ to complain of headaches,  This was'followed by a listnessness  and {in utter indifference to things  that usually interest young girls. We  consulted a doctor, and. she took bottle after bottle of medicine, but with  no benefit. Often she would arise in  the morning after an almost sleepless night, her'limbs all a quiver and  her head ' reeling. Sho would be attacked with spells of dizziness, and  on the k-ust exertion her heart would  palpitate violently and we ' were  really afraid'she would not recover..  At this stage my husband suggested  that we should try Dr. ' Williams'  Pink Pills, and he brought home several boxes. Kate had. only taken'the  pi'lls u.'few weeks when'there was a  great change for the better. She  grow-stronger, began to eat better  and to have better color, and from  this stage it was not long until she  was. again enjoying the host of  health and able to resume her studies  ut. st-hool. ] might also tell you  that, these pills, cured my , daughter  Emma of an attack of rheumatism,'  so that, you see we have much reason  to , praise them,'and 1'earnestly recommend them to all mothers,whoso  daughters mav be' suffering 'as mine  did." ���' .  Ur." Williams' Pink Pills cure- all  diseases that have their origin either  blood or shattered nerves. It is because they make rich, red blood and  streiiffihcn the nerves with, every dose  that'they cin.-ei.such troubles ' as an-  iiemhi. 'consumption in..its -early  stiigc-s, .nervous headache, St! Vitus'  dance, rheumatism.partial paralysis,  krdtiey trouble? indigestion, etc. Ordinary''medicines merely act upon tho  symptoms of the trouble,, and when  such medicines are discontinued tho  trouble returns often in an aggravated form. Dr. Williams', Pink "Pills on  the contrary go direct to the root of  the tiouble and cure to stay cured.  See that- the full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.", is  foiind on the .wrapper of every box.  If your dealar does not have "Jieni  send direct and they will be mailed,  post paid at 50 cents a box, or six  boxes for S2.50 by addressing the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co , t'rork-  ville, Ont.  The harmless piece- of orange peel  is often the, first step in a downward  career.  It  Reminded   Him*  One sharp November day, says tht  Philadelphia Record, a boy entered a  car, leaving the door open, aiuch to the  discomfort of au old geutleman who  sat next. As the wind chilled his marrow liis temper rose. Leaning across  his seat aud takiug the kid by his ear,  he said: "Were, you brought up In a  barn?   Why dou't you shut the door?"'  The boy said nothing, but closed the  door, coming back to bis seat in tears.  This sight moved the old man to relenting pity. "There, there," he said, "little man; I dldu't really mean you were  brought up iu a barn."  "That's just it," retorted the kid., "I  was brought up In a barn, and every  time I see a jackass it makes me think  of it."  An  Interesiinir  Coin.  "An interesting coiu has just been sold  In Germany. It is one of the few coins  id tho history of the world which can  be accused of having a humorous side  to it. Iu 1079 the Danes descended ou  the porl of Hamburg, but their attack  on the famous Oause town proved unsuccessful. The Inhabitants of the  town struck a medal to commemorate  the occasion. Tho legend ou the coin  was ns follows: "The king of Denmark  has been to Hamburg. If thou wouldsi  know what he achieved, look on tho  other side." It is needless to add that  "the other side" is a blank.  family mm  and as a home maker the WILLIAMS  PIANO is a magnet that is univers.  ally attractive. ' Parent and chila  alike arc subject to its musical influence. The mechanical skill of a.  century has attained a perfection in '  the WILLIAMS that is .unsurpassed,  giving it a tone and .cruality of sterling worth and merit.  We sell all leading makes of organs.  SUghtlj used pianos and organs for  sale cheap.  FORRESTER & HATCHER,      ,  Y. Si. C. A. Ulock ,    :    :    ���.    :      Winnipeg  CwittiA^ynJLi  dtvnjrl>  7j��u��/  <5s  Page  Woven  Wire  Feace  ia tbo only rcll&blo feuoo for holding stock owincj  "1 tho contiguous coil or spiral Bpruif?.    No. 7|        -     ���  -���'���    ���"CWJpormdd,  -1   % strain  or bent  il remain  ouknow  oncea aro  "Pcgc" Tester     S~   Thf Pnni V��"'ro fenca Co_. LinuUsdVWalkfrvlHe. 0?**. 4  JIOSS &.- P.OSS,  Conoral"Agvnts,( Box 033,' Winnipeg.   Man.  Three women were caught in a  folding bed the other day; but their  corset, training enables them to tn-  endure the squeeze until help came.  IIC>W TO CUKE HEAPACItr.-Soinapsoplc  suffer untold misery day nildi da/ whh Headache. There is rest neither day or ni^ht until  1I10 nerves aro all un=truuff. 1'ho cau.-o is generally a disordered stomach, arid a euro can be  effected by usiiipr Parmelee's Vewtablo Pills,  containing Mandrake and 2>jnd lion. Mr. Fin-  lay Wark, Lysundcr, P. Q��� write-*: ."I tlad Pur-  melee's Pills a first class article for Bilious  Headacha."  ��� Philosophy teaches us to take  things as they come���but the trouble  is  they frequently neglect to come.  Y-Z (-wise head) has an advantage over other  soap powders, inasmuch as it acts as a disinfectant. -'     ,        '  , Parents first, teach a child to talk,  then try to 'teach it to hold its  toiifiue.  Some of the wealthiest planters in  the West Indies live on coffee  grounds.  Frso and easy expectoration immediately relieves and frees th.o throat and lungs from  viscid phlegm, aud a medicine that pi-omoiej  tbis ls iho best medicine to use for couKhs,  colds, inflammation of ibe lunps, and all ail'ec  tiens of ihe throat and chest. This is precisely  u-hat Bickle's Anti-Conbumptivo Sviup ii *.  specific for, imd -wherever u?ed it hai. yivea tia-  bounded satisfaction.' Children like it because  iOO Kinds for 20c.  It fa 3.fact tli.it Salzer's vegetable and flower  Eicdsare found. In moro gardens'  1 and on more famm than any other _  ���^j In .America, 'l'bere Ib leason for this.  t\ We own and operate over fiOCO acres for  ^ tlio production of our choice seedfl. In  order to Indue�� you to try them  ,we make the following unprecedented on'cr:  FoffiO Cents Postpaid i  20 lln<r�� nf rarest Inteloaa radishes*  11 Qafc-r.lllcent earlicit melons,  16 fiortu gloriflna tomatoes, /  S3 pet'rle��s Irtlnee varletlet, .  12 uplcnilld beet iorli,  63 gorgcoavly besutlTal Himer seedfv '  in all 130 fclnda posltlrely f unilshini?  bnshels of   charnilnn flowers and  lots and lots of cholea vegetables,/  together -with, onr great catalopne/  telling all atwnt Teosinte and Tea  Oat find Bromns and Slieltz, onion  seed at 60c. a pound, etc., all for  20c In Canadian 6tamps,  JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO..  La Crosse, Wis  English doctors , are finding that  the hoi-water-before-breakfast-fad is  injurious, causing ulcerations oi" the  coat en" tbe stomach.  i is pleasant ; adults like it because .  anJ cures the disease.  o  relievos  The proprietors of Parmelee's Pills arc constantly rccohiug letters similar to the following, which explains ilsolf: Mr. John A. Beam,  Waterloo, Ont.. writes: *lI never u?od any  medic nei tbat can equal Parmelee's Pills tot  dyspopsin or liver and kidney complaints. The  , relief experienced afler using tiiem was wonderful." As a safe family medicine Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills can bo given in all cases re-  n"mring a cathartic.  R'CJi  kin  are usually of "no  use except to point to with pride.  Xever  quarter  ask  a  favor     of     a  man  of tin hour before dinner.  You can't eat the kernel and  another crop of nuts  from, the  raise  shell.  Thei e  root o!'  is an  every  ounce of wisdom it the  grey hair.  An oak tree with /TOO',000 leaves  lifts from the earth 3 23 tons of water during the five months it is in  leaf. >  We have a great horror ol becoming so rich that we can afford a butler who will laugh at our way of  pronouncing French  dishes.  If  don'  the Tvaglan  t fit.  coats  fit.   why   they'  One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth more than  Two ounces of impure soap.  REDUCES  EXPENSE  Ask for the  Octagon Bai\      If   ydor    grocer cannot   supply,   writo to  LEVEE BE0THERS,   LHS.1TSJJ,  Toronto, sending   his  name and address,  . and   a   triaL  cample   of   Sunlight Soap   will  b& sent you.  free of cost  People who can't keep  shut   might  be  labeled  mistake." ���    *  their mouths  'Opened    by  This may be  you don't get  the  city.  a   free    country,   but  much for   nothimr in  Some   husbands   arc  some are imported.  domestic and  XT ��� ! ~���"  The   love     that is    dumb  until    it  J\ever be miserly    with    sympathy ! speaks on a tombstone is' not worth  for a crying child or a sick man. much  Ells   Hnn  "SVns  Appointed.  As nn instance of the aonteness of Al  Daggett, the former Republican lender  of Kings county, N. Y.,the story is told  that when Seth Low was elected rancor  of Brooklyn'-some years ago he wrote  to Mr. Daggett.;offering;to appoint as  commissioner of elections' one of any  three men be might name. Al wrote  three lines to the mayor, as follows:  ".Charles Henry Cotton, C| H. Cotton,  C- 'Henry Cotton." Needless to say Mr.  Cotton was appointed. .  Mild   Cr.se.  . VTifo-- (anxiously}-Is    my   husband  very 111. doctor?  Dr:���'Stickt:m- Oh. no. Only about ��100  worth.-i-:x,.|uu:::e.- -  There never was, nnd never will be, a  universal panacea, in. une remedy, lor all ilia  to which flesh is hoir���tho --vers* nature of  many curatives being such that were tlio  germs of other aud differently seated dis-  sauea rooted in the system of tlio patient���  what would relievo ono iii in turn would asj-  sravate tho other. We have, however, in  Quinine Wine, whsii obtaln.-iblo in a sound,  unadulterated suite, a remedy for many and  grievous ii-3. By its gradual and judicious  use tho frailest systems are led inio convalescence and btrougth by tho influence which  Quinino exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits or lhoao with  whom a chronic state of morbid de.-pond-  ency and lack of intc-est ia lifo is n disease,  and, by trauquiliziug- he norves, disposes to  sound and refreshing eleep���imparl-: vigor  to the action of tho blood, which, being  stimulated,, courses-throughput tho vein*?,-  strengthening the healthy animal functions ;  of the1; system, thereby ina king activity a  necessary result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to tho digestive organs^ whicli  nuturallyVdemcnd incroa.sed substance^���result, improvec1. appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto uavo given ,to the public their  superior QuinincWineattho usual rate, and,  ���saiigedV. by the opinion of. eoiontists, this  wine approacher-iifi-irest.perfection of anvic  tliera!irbet.'-.A1T---��i-.~'.-.*'*-^".>-t;  No Rljrht  to Live.  Beggar���Won't "you  give  me  soma  money, professor?    ily money ls all  gone, and I can't live.  Professor���How old are you?  Beggar���Forty years, sir-  Professor���Forty   years!     Don't  you  know that according to th'e latest mortality tables  the average  age' of  tha'  male population of Europe reaches only  thirty-four years and five mouths? Statistically yon have no right to live any  longer anyway.'  ter.  A  the  riot  scientist! says that climate affects  character; Perhaps it.does. but  so much as coiiyict-ipu by a jury..  Inarms liiiiiiieiif Grdros GoMs, Etc.  If truth    lies at    the bottom  of-a  well,  charity should work  the pump!  handle. ,:    ���' .      .      : ' , ,'!l'  The larger the mortgage on a farm,  the more likely it is to be called  "Clear field."  THOSE OLD  'BBIEBED   FACES  And let ns supply yon with  a clean cut.nioaern lot that  will brighten up your pages  aud' please ' your readers  nnd advertisers. Write us  for estimate? on: anything'  in printer's material."   : : :  TORONTO TYPE  FOTJHDEY CQ'Y  175 McDermot Ave., Winnipegr.  H  W. "3ST. U. No. 36S.  tw^wwcWM^t^^m^fetg ij^jj )^;.f .W-��J��CT"H*U7v?TCJ>Miam,  Brooklyn  <��� Why jyfe Didn't   j��hj;;i  Herd iy cue that a yomijr .nan   who j     ,v *,emo,ve c"����* Prom Wool,  inowapocd^torypbenl.ie  hear,  it   ^^TSSiJ^^i^T^  J. heard ouorail-oat! psan t?l! cjiotlier in Uvi/fc icrpenuhe ��flZIe?Ma   - T  l,.a depc2 up $3 Iinfl.'&e otlKjr day :' ���       ���-��tlibi6'tti^ paper underniSh and'an*  n . . '���V/e2iqkv--c;,,r.p <����� . hey, . Irishman fw?'0^^0^**"1^3113 P^a-y-ery  ' ^e^ef ��p tlie country and set him |. ��>rb^a ^ Vpap\f a^LlnS?y re"  s<..:Q-n����-k-��tealurJ .-en a construction pioyed- frcra the cloth. ~  U&Qzn -at three'Cents a iniic for "wages.  tsOpe Uay-\vhe_n h'iir. an-'rhe wa3 en tho  ��train she got i away ^on'one o-! lhe in  t'mountain" gzad-es' "and the first thing  i* :ve knowpd'slio was flyin' down the  i track aL about ninety miles an hour,  i with nothin5 in--eight but theditch and  i the happy huntin'  grounds  when   we  come to the end.   I twisted 'em down  '. as hard as I could all  along the   tops  and then of   a   sudden    1   see   Mike  crawlm' along towards' th'e.end'of   one  ���.of the care on all fours,  with  his' face  mL���,,,��� ,   .     ,     ..        x ���  The latest in   healing stoves.    Burns  ' &*.'  -     - V  ," '���'f. i '    '    , "^  Cole?s Hot Blast  eaters.  FIFT.  Thursday, EViday and Saturday)  \ hkmty 20 to ll, 1902.  ' $2,00Q to-be given-in Pfizes.  P D C\��i D A IWI- C\ C..-0 pn D TO  (he color of milk.    I ^thought :he   was i ��0aj ������,,,]  i .���''  gettin'ready to junip   an'   I   see   his  -.finish if he did. ' '  ;.'   ," 'Mike,' I says, 'for God's sake don't  jump.' i ' '!       '  ,    "He   clairps   hia   fingers   op    the  runniii' board to giyo bin a chance -!o  >' turn round and^'-lookin' at  rne  con-  ���   tomptuous, answers;' ' ,  ; '   "'Jump, is iti'   Do yez think, I'd be  alther jumpin' an'-me   makin'  money  *.���*- na {aot'as I am?' " "     '        -'   "  wood;   Also coal and'' wood  j-'-  t   '.,  t   ; i'.J "  !; 'I'1,'1:  s   ������   . j , -  Cmil Irnmeou Deal.   ,  The  Sirrilkameeh  is attracting the  riTtphtion  of   Seattle    capitalists,    R.  ��� ytevonson, of Princeton; is in Victoria  ' * f ��� ���      -' i  : -after cohFerring, with monied  men' in  ��� -the Sound city. -He is one of the old-timers of the district and hac practised  ' his profession there for manyo,yerJrs.  ��� ho took-a proposition to Seattle which  V-3S likely,to go through today. ,  --    Tbe 'deal involves several well known  claims which the Seattle people offered ,lo-bond for   $5O,O0Q,   ten  per, cent  cash to be paid down. , They asked,  ���however, what reduction would be  '"made for ca'slr- and Dr. -'Stevenson.'is  ''communicating with his' friends. A.  "'liberal'discouirt will likely be made.  burners'in otlior n'tyles,' ���-" *'  A fii II line pfgeii-  ^ral Hardware,  t"��9i-Xinsi.UtIuiiE: nncl Plambln^.  My of Progress  I I  3rand Hockey .^Tournament (for. the   senior   aud junior .h.ockcy 'J  Q clianipioiisbips"bf the pfoVince.) Five Skatjtig Eucoa,'Six 'Snbwshoc y  ^-'Races, Ski Ilunning aud   Jumping,   Osirnival -"Maso_uorade/Cutte'r ^4  Wi "tlaces for Piicerc ixlul' Trotters.' " \i '        '' K��  ' Single fare for "round trip on all railways.    Tickets  ou   sale. Feb- f3  n   '   ,    .   '   .<��� ' '.   " -    " <&  f  ruary 20, good' to' leturn until "February 2J-.    For  programapr  any \y  \   yhformatinn. flrlilrncs.'1 ; ��� '"   "'    '' >     "' l  "���', T*  r.- . ' i>  yhforma'tion^ address  (<-  H. W. C. JAQKSOJV  ��'   ���     , .' -V ' * r        '     f"T i  J ' ' rf  Sec. paruival Comniittcp, Uosoland, B. C.  h  ��� i  i-r  ��VSZS��2^:��S%����ffi?^?^^ 2  City   Shaving" Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  i J'  �� ,   '  WBSifiV CLINj;, Prop.  Movie, B. 0.  =r  I. O. O. F.  Wfliley r^oilgo  zjo.  -,l"!   '������  , 'J  'i'i-".  ��� ��� ;i  '' 1 ��� /'  ���; j .- -  '   k  j - -,"i~ -  ' ...^  |:V  ��-��   1(i'  i     'if1' '  ^ ilL  '7,   1-  ".  /I   'S f  { v'    .       ,  Open Eeason.  ^Philadelphia Tuquirer: "I wish to  ask a question pertaining to the gain'e  'laws," said the visitor to' the queries  editor. ��� - '  "Ask on, my frieri4.,?'  '���When is the open season for'aboot-'  .ing stars?"  But before the editor could answer  him he was gone. t ' ,  ,   CangUt in tlie Apt.  Clara���Jack .tried to steal a kiss  from me last night. *  Maude���Did be succeed?  Clara������Well/er-not exactly A fair  exchange, you know, is no robbery.  TO THE DEAF.  A rich' lady cured "of her deafpess  .and noises in the head by;Dr.; Nicholson's Artificial^bar Drums, gave $1.0,-  .000 to his Institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the Ear Drums may  have them free. Address No, 14522  The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth  Avenue. New York, XJ. S. A.  "li      ;/ t  >' 'ill ',' ���"'..  Tbe.besti of acoomniodations  for the trayeling public.  f f j, McMahon, Mgrf t  Meets every Monday.evisnjlng in their  hall on yictorxa street. ' Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  J. S. MacEachern. ' G. T. McGregor,  Noble Grand."    ' Secr'y.  Jloyie iytiners' trniba  " : ''��� * 2&G>ar7 i.   '' - . ���  Meets ip McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.. Sojourning members . are  .cordially invited to r.ttend,'  John McDonald, P. T. Smyth)  ���   Secretary f,  President.  ssxvamsm  SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  "R; A. SMITH,       Moyie;  NEAR MacEaCHKEN & MACDONALDS,'  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday   ,  ovening of each month at  8 o'clock sharp in th$ court   ,  '-*  house. ��� "  i  A. P. Macdonald, Pres.  Andrew Johnston, " Lewts Thomson,  ' i  Vice-Pres.      ��� k    - -Sec'y.  British Columbia  Pprmaflent^  * u>**        \  LOAN AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  Tlip objects of  the  company ,"'  are;    To  afford  a safe   and  -   *' l 'I        ' f   - - *i    i  '   ���   profitable means for the  paving of small stilus ]t>y   regular  -i:     instalments,'as well asfdr'th'o ���,  .'-;.,-������'      ^ -       ' i  investment of small amounts  "i     -��� ' -    j, '.''      -.-' . ���    - ���  of capftal at a productive rale  'or interest.    To assist  members in bujidinff,  pu'rchasiuV.  or improving homes and clearing off  existing   incumber- '  an'ces.      ,       " ''  P. T. SMYTH,    Agentj Moyie  The smelting center  of the Smilkameen ��,  '       *' *        *        ' *.  Valley, Backed by the  payroll^ of J^o gigantic coal comanies and  the Copper and Kennedy SEquntain mines.  Surrounded by the  following resources:    -  /.-���:  r suver  CHAS.' P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director,  and  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion College of the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture 'repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly'attended to.  DON'T THROW THEM AWAY  lt is just like throwing away money  when you throw away the SNOW  SHOE TAGS which are on every plug  of PAY ROLL CHEWING TOBACCO.  &a.ve them" aud you can have your  choice of 150 ^handsome presents.  Tags are good np toJAN'Y. C1ST 1903  ��� Write for our new illustrated premium  catalogue. The Empire ��� Tobacco" Co  Ltd, Winnipog^ branch, Winnipeg  Man.   St.   Joseph's   Convent.  XEL.BON, B. C.  Boarding and Dav Echool conducted  by the Sisters of Nelson, B. C All  branches of elementary, business and  high class education taught, by the  sisters who hold 'certificates from tbe  London Board- of Education and  Science ' Department, Kensington,  England.    Apply to Sister Superior.  llalcyou Hot Springs.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America.   Situated   midst  scenery   unrivalled  for  uranduer.     THE   HALCYON    HOT  SPRINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon  Hot  springs, Arrow Lakc> B.  C.    'Resident  physician and nurse,    Boating fishing  and   excursions.      Telegraphic   communication   with   all   parts   of    the  world.   Two mails arrive and  depart  flaily.    Terms, $15 to   $18  per  week  accordin'g   to   residence   in  hotel  or  Villas.    Its baths cure all  nervous and  muscular diseases.   Its -paters' heal all  kidney>  liver   and  stomach  troubles.  The baths and waters  are   an inValu-  >ilc remedy for silver.and lead poison,  '5 ii 15. ';'.':  Cranbrook,  B. C  SCENIC.  LINE.  DIRECT LINE. '    LOWEST RATES.  EAST. "                   WEST.  Winnipeg '         Vancouver   # _  Toronto Victoiia  Ottawa Seattle  Montreal .      Portland  New York  San Francisco.  pOUK-T J��IOYIB.  No. 4005    ���  Meets ou tlie last Thurs  clay of each inoutb.- Vi  itiug brethern   invited  toatteud.  SMYTH, C. R.      "G. T.O*IcGREGOR. It. S.  Methodist Church   ..  .      SERVICES  Are held in   Mr.  J. C. Drcwry's building,  corner Victorin  and    Tavistock  street, each Sabb.vth at 7 :30p. ni.-  -Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   u   '  ii ^"1"  The-pnblic are invited   and   will   b(j  cordially welcome to  attend ' services.  -W. L. SHEEIDAN.  Pastor.  ,; WHOLESALE ANt) RETAIt  MEAT   -MERCHANTS  , 1     ���.     ^ , .~ ���>  Fresh   and?Cured Moato,   Fresh -  -Pish,-Game  an.i   Poultry.    We  supply   only   tho' best.     Your  trade solicited.  ���  In    all   the   Principal  ���    * *. 1 *  Cities and   Towns [in  British Columbia."~  ��� "���"CRANBROdK, EC;  1- 1 i  Headquartjuis for* East .Kootenay  And fine-agricultural  country.   Large heyds  of cattle, fruit in abun;,  danqe with a; climate :  almost southern  and  all that oould be.asked,  Is   owned and backed bv  nw  P-^roil 'of   trie ��� ��mflkjffieti;  Valley Coal   Con,p*m.  f*  1 ted, which Uu KmiramPC iB  ?ise;f- of   iu   Bctcee8_    lv  ;' equipment   and deve^)IileiU  of.their coal mines, i���sla!!i  of   water,   electnc j;gbl aoJ  'pouter plants  a.Q nlrudy ui  'ranged     for.     The   develo  raei'it   of" tlie   Ashnoh Coal  Company^ ' miuua 'by (^  Eastern Capitalistsv.-k \w;a  'established   their   pavroW ^  isluiohi, make it tho- coming city 0i  the in'todor of fiHtisli Columbia,     '���  "   -;       /<������''-���  - Lots in .Aislinola,   are  safe iiavcst-  niehts, 'In blocks I to 1 mul Vi to 21)  cbe price will bo'tidvauced 25 percent  per month until iMiiy U\., J002, and to:  IQ per cent In   the  rem a-ining  blocks.  Hie present price is from $50" to $22.i.  ���2t> per epiUciifeh, 3, {',   and' 9  ujo'iuIis  without intert'd.     ������'  .-' -*,     *-��� <j  Arrangerneulij are already con.-plei.  .'d'for eight" Duilduigs, including coi-  ngee'for thofl employees; of; tliu com'.  pany 'at'Ashnola." Tbis work  will be  under headway" by May ]st.  THE   pOJU^tXVS  '&&pjfisCr'jiTtj,o<:  ��� '    r       '   -        -  /'  'inm  Ten per gent'-dowriJ'ij/.,^cfl;/, njlic'  ���^qual mon tidy pay man li.  Four   years   ago   tho C��iV�� ^tfts .  shares could ba bought, and j;ant.oV.  it 11,cents.   Today  they  quoted ^.^  f80-00. ' Willi thVadyento! tnrr?po{ |  ration gmllkamoen  Valley Coal u\ |  be tlollverfld   at   any   point  in \\'t$  Kootenay.or Yale as   ohecply ft bj  any-other company Jr Caniula.'  ��� For f.urther^inforroaiion5apply'to      '"  Smilkameeij Valley, Coal Co,; IU. welson, b o;  FOB.   PINE   TAILOEING,  GO    TO  MERCHANT-  TAILOR  Fine .Suitings, % Overcoatitig  Trousers,   Imported'   Goods.  MOYIE, B. C  r-r.ic*  Via. Soo Line.  St.   Paul,   Chicago,   anil   all  United  States points.  TOURIST SLEEPEE, SERVICE.  EAST���Leave Revelstoke Wednesday,  Friday, Sunday. Leave Kootenay Landing -Friday St. Paul,  Toronto, Montreal, Boston.  WEST���Leave, Revelstoke Monday,  Wednesday, Friday, Vancouver,  Seattle, coast,  Steamship Service.  FROM VANCOUVER���Alaska, Hawaii, China, Japan, Australia,  Through bookings to Europe  Via. all Atlantic lines. Prepaid tickets F to til all poilita  at lowest rates.  For   Rtttcsi Jl&t>5f 1'itfie Cards* Tickets and  Pull iuformattoii fcpfciy to ftcaroat Local  ., Agent,  Q.Hlllier, Agents Moyie.  J. s CARTER, . E, J. COYLH,.  -  Dist, Pass. Agt-, ' ^s't Ocn. Pass. Agt  ��� Nelsw.) .   '   Yi.'icov'orj [  Prices G-iven  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  -n>+-  T3ie Leading lades  and Mens Furnisher.  Clothing, Boots " and Shoes.  A Full Stoclc^of^Mincrs^Suppltcs  Always on Hand.  Call   and   Inspect Our   Goods.  HAWKE & BRENTON  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING  ":'���'������; ' :':   ��� ALSO��� .   '.'  BAaoAGBj    Express   and,, Genera)  ;   .-������ DeuvEUY.      '.,'     ��� -.-.  ' - -. MOYTE.'  In'Use the most Economica  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough, or goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly,  it makes the bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is never  a waste of good flour, sugar, butter  and eggs.  With finer food and a saving of  money comes the saving of the health  of the family, and that is the greatest  economy of all.  1*11**3  "EAPKI  I   '   I -^  �����",!  ���'*   '  ���'   -. bMIOAQOi  Notk.���Mriny mixtures, made In !m!tntio| (��*-���*}'  powders, arc upon  the inarlcot.  "I'lKJ  "sokl cheap, but mc it car at aiiypn^,,  ��:a��se they contain alum, a ---onofiv*���)'  \  i' 1  ^ '<* ' \ 1"  ->' ��� >l, '.  . A j. l>\ 'J  p*.v>-��.'�����  ?v


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