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 ���<  s*>  *���-- .  ..?  L. i, HO 39,  Wl-Sii    "  7  f  MOYIE, B. C. JANUARY 11, 1902  ��3 A YEAR  TO OUR MANY PATRONS?   ,     *"  W3S.WISH THEM ALL  . EE  ��  eglslature  will Convene.  WILL BE FBBRBMY 20  m  We would also take this 'opportunity  of fchanlqng them all. 'for 'past favors,  which we have always- done^our best  to merit. ���   -  Will find u,<3 glutting forth' etiil greater  effort to retain':'the confidence "which ,  has been placed in us, and ;our |appre-  ciation will be shown" by supplying  what everyone wants. Tlie!be6t goods  at the lowest cost. The town, is' law,  but iyjg are under it. ",  9  COMPANY,  CANADIAN" BMKpf \��^  Paid Up] Capital r.!$ 3,030,000.1? '   ' '  The -EesulJ; of the Munioiple  .Election in Vancouver  Is, Said to Have Si^j-  '   nigoarice.'.  LOQAL    NEWS,  Victoria, Jan. 1Q.���Tbo Legislative,  Assembly 'has' been' called Lo meet oii j  Fubrtjury 20th, which is one day  earlier than ltut year. Tbe result of  the municipal election in" Vancouver  is said to have significances, as the  defeated candidate for mayor was supported by J. F. Garden, M. 1*. P.,, and  Captain Tatlow, M. P." P��� both of  xyhom are opposing tbo Dtinsmuir  goyGmrnorit, Tbo successful oandi.  date was supported by t the Newe-Ad-  vertieer, which ia edited by ex-Finance  Minister Cotton, and it is intimated  that Cotton may be asked to,, join the  government as finance minister.  mpBOflft BRANCH, .  MEijf HAI'NESi MJBR  1W1.  N. A.'Mackenzie,/ Proprietor.      - r-'     _- . t'<  _, , *  $.HQt9l for th��   mass^,-   Everything: "First  rijilevery   respect.    Sample iRoonis for  ������,   ppmmercial $Een,  IE,gj  British G pluoifeia.  mSSSL  'ksj0% -Large]' sample   room   iniTlconnectkm  M^Jlf '-^-^    ,-w'til nouse f��r commercial men.   Best  wMP ' ��* accommodations.  $#%%   Headquarters for Commonoiql and  Mining    Men.  "��'     '  ' '���       '    ' '    '"  m  VpQtrEEN  AVENUE,  MOYIE,  B. C.  ?3��  k**S'.  "Jt Is Not Xvue."  Scarcely a clay passes but some new  rumor is sprung about towrn regarding  the St. Eugene mine, and during the  pa^t three years it ia safe to say that  the editor of this paper has ���> worn out  three pairs of shoes tramping down to  the St. Eugene office only to bear that  such reports 'were entirely without  foundation., One time the re.pori was  ciicuiaied round town that Knottier  concentrator doubju'tlio siZ'j of tho oi<l  one was to be built, near the one now  in use.' As Ibis if true rasa noma.'urn I  for a double,leaded fljsh head articl ���  we l.ost notime in,getting to the St.-  JSugeno , office.' "Is it'-a. fact, ��� Mr.  jUrpn/u/'Ve" afaUisd;-"tb.afc ifre'St.. Eugene- compapy 'intends building  apother mjll?" ."Well," replied Mr.  Cronni, "I have been away for a. woeek  and have not bad tune yet lo go tip  town to learn just what is going l.o be  done."  This yvet-k it lias Dton reported that  the mine w��s to resume operations at  once. Yesterday a dispatch was suit  from fbis oflice to Nelson- whore Mr.  Orpuin was stripping on his way , to  Spokane asking him as to the truth of  the report. His reply was,. "It is not  true."; '   .  W. W. Doble was up from Oran-  brook ypdterday.  H. H". JJrentou v/oa the haadsomo  gold watch at tbe" Cant-al hotel.  Ticl-'jt Ko. I'i was the iuc'ky one.  Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lmds.iy a''e now  ma_k:ng 7M��rysville their home foi- tbe  present. Me. Lbidsay is employed on  the si��;!tef.  Guiuer Joneuj book keape'1- fo: G. H.  Mioer, was in town the first 'of, the  weet checking up the bo'oks at the  branch etore, ' ���;  Mat ILoekondorf ��� of  the  Cranbrook'  i ^ - .  ���  Heraltl staff passed through Mo.\ e  Wednesday on his return from G.and  Fo.'kfi. where he went to visit' his  mother and sisler. ,   <>  , r  Vic Desaulaier is in, tbe Co.enr d'-  Alenea looking af'er hid,ia.e-c5.i. 'He  will be absent a week or teu d,' <m.    <���  LoIm, on Violorja street on eas/  payments.    See D.J. Eluier.   ���  Ed Ohesnut, the blackaniith at the  St. Eugene, is in Ymir with bis  brother,'who has been dangerously' ill  ior some time. ��� ,'  Quito an enjoyable dance waa given  at'Fiitli & HHinUton'-a hotel Tiuudtfay  oveoing.  ���  Handaoma American Lady, indepeu>  dently rich, wauts good honest  iiliebind. Address Erie, 193 Washington St., Chicago, III.'  Wrn. Mills is having a bouse built  on his lot-south or the brewery lacing  the lake.'  Yesterday was the 12th aunivers'ary  of tbe mairiage of Mr. ah'd Mrs. P. J.  McMahon.and it was duly celebrated  at their hotel jii Elko. Frank W;c  Mabou oi the Kootenay was dow a to  Elko yesterday to attend the festivities.  The ijoycrpment boiler inspecror  was here , ibis week inspecting tbe  .various boilerd in use round herb!  There was a thin scum of ice on the  lake this morning.   > ,       ' . v  ���-Will iitllier of Calgary," who'' xvas  here for a couple of week;'.��� visiting  with Mr. and Mrs.'Ed Hii! a,nd '.Agent  G, lpllier, reti-rhed Monday to his  ho r-ie.  ��AyLu  United States to Take  ��So  PBIULTIES PEOYIDBD FOE  It Does not Limit Itself to  Any Term' of Years as -  "���  did the Geary act, "but  will Be "Perpetual.  GENERAL  NEWS   f\30TES.  have a variety of Jelly Powders which  ��ve'think you would like.   'Here are '  Some of the Flavors^  ��� ���fr<59s3S  ^tu'*^'��,*ii?  bv3$  SMnge  OHpCOLATE  sSawbeery  jpotbapple  bmh foot  CHERKY  VANILLA  RASPBERRY  LEMON  GRAPE FRUIT  CflX'S ill,  ���SiKAND^b,  Tho St. Eugene Mine,  During the past year the St. Eugene  mine shipped U,00Q tops of  eonpen-  tratps'.     The   product ��� nf   tbe    nijll  average,;! 4-{i O0QP^s ��f' fiH'PF   ^-���'-f  T(-')  percent lparj.   The output for ]$0l  was only about one  third of   11)0  nor--  mal production) it bavingbeep rfeinon-  stiated'in , actual   practice   that   the  mine coqld turn out 300G tons of  concentrates per mouth without difficulty.  It is probable the   first of June   next  will see the St. Eugene once more  on  tho shipping list as a result of the   action of (he   Canadian   Smelting works  in deciding to establish  a   refiaery in  connection with their plant,  and  :his  will be  one   of   the   most   important  factors in connection   with   the    prosperity of the.East ICtatenay   lead   district.    Refining   Canadian     lead     on  Cauadian soil will a fiord a market   for  Btich high grade ores as  are   produced  by tho St. Ilugene,-        v  This week the Gpsniopo'itou hotel  on South Victoria street clianguti  management. Jake kelson hag stepped  down and out and A. Stephenson,  the owner of the building, lias taken  charge,    Mr. N,elson is yet   uudecided  as to what he will do.  The hotel ivas reopened last evening  with a dance and a general good lime  was bad. The best wishes of the  people go with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen-  sen in their new vendue.  Uj'owry Go|iq Efitlt.  J. C. Drewiy has left for the East to  tit'.end the annual meeting of the Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate to be heul  shortly in To.'onLo He will be gone  abdiit throe months.  DON'T THROW THEM &WAT  It is just like I browing away money  when you throw away the SNOW  SHOE. TAGS which are on every plug  of PAY ROLL CHEWING TOBACCO.  Save therii and, you oan' have your  choice of 150 handsome presents.  Tags are good up to JAN-'Y-. IST 1903  Write for our new illustrated premium  catalogue. The Empire Tobacco Co,  Ltd, Winnipeg branch, Winnipeg,  ilan. '���   ������     ,  JF'uo One Tear Aro,  It will be just one yaar tomorrow  morping since the big fire occurred in  iloyie pi which tbe Lake "Shore hotel,  Gha-tfertop's jestaijiant, Foisy's barber  tbou, Thomsun's offiGe and one or  fa/o snujjlfir bpildiugs were totally  destroyed by fire.  The fjio started 7roin a lamp which  exploded' in the washroom of the  Lake Shore bote], and )'n a few minutes the house wag in flames, There  were no lives lost, but mtiny of the j  occupuntB of the house1 had narrow  escapes. Nearly all those looming ,on  the second and thiid floor were com-  pelled to jump from tneir' room win-'  daws. Thoso who received injuries  were Ed Whitney and Jack Russell;  musicians, slightly crippled about  bodies; Pat McNeil, badly burned  ���about face and hands; Ben Hemmin-  ger, face badly burned ; Pied Irving,  ank/ln sprained in jumpng; Dan  Praia, buck sprained; A. H. Barrick,  face and bauds burned. Bob Mills,  Wm. Green ��>��d Dan Mc3nlosh und  one or two others' received injiuies  less, severe, There was nothing  aa\otl, and those who were in bed  only got out with tho clothes which  they had on at tbe time. Mr. and  JUi-i, Frith, who were running the  hotel, loiit not only their clothes, but  between $-.100 and $500, in money.  Tlie hotel was owned by C. J, Clayton  oiNelson uuol J, - M.' Lindsay of. this  place, It was valued at about #3,000,  and was covered' by ,$1,000  insurance.  Washington, Jan. G.���The ;��� senates  i    -     , - .   ,-r <  and representatives of the"' Pac-fo  coast, who lia've besn consideiing a.  bill for Chinese e.v.clusio i, have perfected a measure which, will bo ^-n-  Iroduced in both bouses in a few  dayh, ' It does not limit itself lo any  term of year1?, aa did the Geary act, but*  if passed io its present form, would be  perpetual unless raps'Silod.  Tbo bill dsoJftffla iiiat'dj'd G!iln6��s"  oth8f than citizens of (he Ujiied,  States, or those who are secured in  coming to and residing in tbe United  ricates under the present treaty with  China, shall ba refused adnj'sg'ou' and  returned to fbo"counrty wbeuce tbey  came, at tue expense of tbe tian^por-  tation comyany biinging them. Tc-'ana-  portalion companies bringing Chinese  to the United States shall detain them  until their light of admission shall , be  ascctaiuad.  i i. i  Penalties lire provided for not  complying with the provisions of  the act,  '1'>1000   d.nd   ono  ye'ai's inip'i��onment  Being the minimum, with a habilily, to  forfeiture of the .vessels  violating  auy  of ili.e provisions of lheKwv   The only  ChiiH-ae   i-Ljrons  permitted   to   enter  the U'lii.'-dlSuiied ctmd��r   tbe act   jtro  tiiosd   ivhq  have,become cii'sjena  by  bi'-ih andaiatuialiyation   and  ofgeiajs  of -he Chinebe  i:oa'eminent,  teachers,  sttuk-ntSj'   ���?},'.-! chants,    travelers   , fur  pleasme or X'^i'iOoiiy, roiu'-njng  labo."  c s,who   inusi   haye , .certificates,     or  tl*->m-(ijlfil__nierclja.qta.    Oioneae .cum  iog as 'ihoV'-"lJiYi?iT7r...AUj,i__musL   ha-vc  ce'tifi 'I'i'S v��'2ih ph'iio^'Mpj)   nTVa^hod.  L*ht; =m;rc..ir.y oi tlic treasuty ia to   at-k  the Gliinese guvj'rnmtijt for the !i^i of  named of -ili officials  other  th.i'i   diplomatic and consular ofiicyrs, wlio   dd-  sii'e Lo v'siL the United   State*.    Certificates for  a-iy   Chinese   laborer   aie  uol good after such   laborer  has been  abseut , for   *'two    yea*.*-.-    Donicilcd  merchants   aro   compelle 1   t  fi.'o   an  nually a full aud   complete raport   of  ihe utuuie and chaiactero: their basi-  iiess ro better identify them.  ���   Provision is made  for   the registration of all Chinese now in the' United  Sates,   to   be   completed    within   six  months after the  passage   of the  act.  Each registered China man  shal    have  a certificate with photogifiph attached,  and those without' utiitificates  at  the  end of six months shall be deported.  The Nicaraguan canal bill was  passed by the Housw at Washington  yesterday by'a vote of 3Q8 to 2.  The 'Rowland branch of  the'Cana- ,  dian Bank of Commerce le to be withdrawn on January  15.    An   arrangement ie completed with  the  Bank,  of  Montreal to pay off all  Rc'aeland de-  * V ITT i  positors in  tbe Bank of  Commerce. ,  Customers are to  bo   nqti��ed  of  the  change by circular.   .  Secretary Long lias appointed John  A. Kearne of New Yor,k' aa the sue*?-  ccssor to*E. S. Maclay,' the historian-  laborer at the New York navy'yard,  who was rembved by order of the  president for his strictures upon Rear  Admiral Schley.  In the United  States  circuit ��� court  of appeals   Judge   Morrow has   fen^  tenced Judge Noyed to pay  a  fiue, of  $1000 in the  Cape  Nomo ^conspiracy  case. , ,  Fra'nk Sentinal: A Crow's Nest  tram wae stalled.at Cowley "tbe .other  day owing to the high wind which  prevailed. ' A high treBtle spans ,a  stieam at that point and the conductor  fo tbe train thought it. unwise to itt*-  tempt a crossing ia tbo teeth of such fi  wind and waited until a lull Bat ia,"  CRANBROOK    ITEMS,  lllotal Quotations.  New Yoiik-���Bar silver,   50  Lead,  $4.    Copper,  $i2i.  London���Lead, JC10, 10s.  cents.  Orsnbrook Herald: *  It is said that P. M. Medhu/st fc/m-  ** ' o  erl.y of this city is now a station agent  on a Southern California railroad,       ��  P. P. Hogaa, of Spokane, one of the  promoters of'tbe Marysv'lJo   i>owns;,"e,  is in poor health and has gone to Cali- ,  fornia for .(he winter.  �� Dr. King returned .yesterday fitprrl  bjs trip east. He left his father, Senator King, ve/y much improved. The  Doctor si)& he found ihe lyeathe^- very ,  -mi.14 'be entire irip, and tlirovigH  Manitoba he said tlie p'eopjs, were  wo'udenhg ' what liud ' happened that  they, werjj iiot,,Su'rter:dg iritli tlie  mercury about40 decrees below;  '      ��_���  A cbsn^e has tauen place in" the  cestoms ojSce at' thiV plaee. W. S;-  Ifeay, who held the position for a  number uf years, and who has bad  control of the entire district, has been'  transferred to Fernie' owing to the  greatly increased ,;bus'ness iu that'  paitol tho diat ict, A. L- McDennolt  has been iij.'pojnted customs officer to  succeed Mr. Kuay in'Ccanbiaok.  t  Ma :ricd on WedoesJav, J.f.i. 1, at  6:30 m. m., at the residenco of Mr.  George Jackson, Mr. Samuel Morrow  SJ(' Mii-3 Jdn Jackson of Cianb"ook,  Rev. Jj'6.;une officiating. Mr. Morrow  is well known ia Cranbrook. For  sove-al ye.ws bo ba; been with tho  Fo t Steele Mccuutile Company, and  is now bead salesman for that company. Hi; f'���'ends aie legion in tb'3 '  district, and he is looked upon as an  all around grocd chap. Miss Jackson  came to Ciaubrook about a year ajo,  aud since Unit time his been in charge  of the dress mak-og department of  lleid tfe Co's store and she quickly  made friends aod p oved herself a most  estimable young Inly.  Case AVus.'Dismissed. '  The case against the Park,  Mitchell  & Co. for throwing sawdust in the lake  has been dismissed   by   Chief .Magistrate Armstrong.  ITool.ey Association Organized.  A meeting wad held at Fernie on the  2Sth of last month for the purpose of  organizing a Hockey association. Representatives from Pinchor, Feink*,  Cranbrook and Mo>io wero tliorc and  after the election of oflici^rs the following schedule of games was decided  upon:  Pincher vs. Fernie nt Far nie Jan, 10.  Moyie vs. CranbrooK at Craubiouk  Jan 10.  Eciuie vs, Moyie at Moyie   Jan.  17.  Cranbrook va. Pincher at 'Piucbej  Jan. 17.  Cranbiook vs. Fernie at Feiuie  Jan. 21.  . Ft-rnie vs. Cranbrook at, Cranbrook  Jani 25,,'  Pincher vs. Crtinbrook at Cranbrook  Jau.31'-   . .'.",'; l ������'���''"������ ���'���     -:-  Pincher vs. Moyie at Moyio  Feb..,-!.  ���/Cranbrook vs. Moyie at Moyie Feb. 4.  'Movie vs. Fernie at Fernie Feb. G.  -.Movie vs. Pincher at, Pincher Feb. S  Fernie vs. Pi richer at Pincher Feb. 10.  Thti nK<oeintiou .is called the   Crow's  Nest.'.L'jisd ilocley association.  Oiitl Fellows Install Officers.  At (be regular meeting of Wildey  lodge I. O. O. F. bst Monday evening  the following officets were. installed  for the ensuing ei.v months: J. S.  MacEache-t), Noble G-aud;' F. J.  Smyth, Vice Grand; W. L. Reid,  Financial Secretary; G. T. McGiegor,  Recording Secieta-'y. Only o��io up-  pointave ollico wa.- tilled, unit of R, A,  Smith as Warden.  2ir.  Hiul 31"i-��.   FInuli to gt> A brood.  John A. Finch and Mrs. Finch will  leave about the end of tba month fot*  a three mo.libs' tour to Eunoa, 6:iys  tho Spokf;stuan.K(.'V'cw. Tliey will go  up the Nile to one of the upper cataract*?, and returning will v;sii Greece.  Italy, Brussels, Paris and Enghm 1.  ���'���'���'���������'... .HeaiUKuryVeathur.  The winter so far is the; mildest 'ever-  experienced in Moyio. ; During the  paat ' week- there have been warm  showers and there is now not, a particle  of snow on the townsitc nor, ice on  tho- lake, -The past couple of day'a  have been typical May  weather. M  m  4  4  0  ���  ���1  THE IIOIIB LBADBB.'  jPciblished in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  �����?. J. SMYTH & CO.,  PxibllsHers.  ,EAT2S OF SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year , ?2.O0  NOTICE.  TaTce notice that I have applied to the chief  connniKsIoner of lands find works, Victoria,  B. C.\ for a hpeeial licease to cut and carry away  timber on the following described vaeaut Crown  lauds in the southern division of tbe East Kootenay district, B. C. Commencing at a post  marked Vic Desatslnier planted on the east  sideof Iiisb.ra.an creek on the north side oi the  railroad track, running 40 chains west: theuce  folio-wing the creek ICO chains south; thence 40  chains east; thence 1G0 chains north to place of  commencment, containing 610 acres, more or  less.        t  Dsted Jan. 1,1902.       VICTOR DESAULNIER.  4���V3.  Asthmalene Brings Instant Belief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.  SATURDAY, JAN. II. 1902.  The Sate Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone  -once* said: "Nothing except the mint  can make money without advertising."  This is why Gladstone is remembered  =as the Grand Old Man.  All the Moyie hockey team-is  short  on is ice.  A Spokane barber gives tree lunches  to bis customers  ���he keeps the hair oat of the butter:  It is not stated how, Dated Jan. 2,1902.  P '    '    NOTICE.  Take notice that I have applied to the Chief  commissioner'oi lauds aud works, Victoria,  B, C, for a'special license to cut' and cacry  away timber on the following dew ibed vacant  Crown lauds iu the southern division of the  East Kootenav district. B. C. ComraencsDg at  a post planted about'one inPc and one half on  tho east side of Tochty along north side of the  British Columbia Southern jail way track on  which poast is marked L. Cahill,. running east  160 chains; thence south -10 chains, thence west  160 chains; thence north 40 chains to place of  commencement, containing 640 acres, more or  less. ' L. CAHILL.  3���C9.  President Booseyelt reeently fell  ,"beir to about $100,000 through the  ;deatb of an uncle. Everything seems  ���to be coming Teddy's way.  Socialism-r-A theory or system of  "social reform ' which contemplates a  'complete, reconstruction of society,  with a more just and equitable distribution of property and labor���Webster's Dictionary.     " "  , NOTICE, i , ' '  Take notice that I have applied to tho chief  commissioner oL land's and wo ks, Vic-'oiia,  ,B. C, for a special iiceuse to cut aui> cairy away  timber on the following desc.ibed vacant  Crown lands*"in the .so'uthc n dtv ision ��oI the  East KooUnay Oist Jet, B. B. Commencing at a  post, on the west s-ide of Ga>b'i''th's ranch,  block 54',G8. on no i ii side of rail- oad track, i\ h'ioh  which post is marked Edward Desainn'e?, run-  nlug ICO chains wfcjt;" thence 40 chaius south;  thence 160 chains es��c, thence 40 chains north  to place of commencement, containing 640  aces-'mo.-e ov less. EDWARD DE8AULV fift.  Dated Jan. 6,1902. ' ���       4~39'  The new town of Frank, is Without  "a station, and the O. P. B. does not  rseem in ,any way disposed -to give  them one.c Moyie had the aadie ex:  'perience a-few years^'ago'. Moyie gotats  -station by persistent kicking, and this  ''is ihe only advice we can oiler Frank.  A Missouri editor whose types  concerted "spider web social" into "spider  , a leg social" has -taken  to  the  hills,  a  wanderer upon tbe face of  the earth,  , 'not through fear of the ladies who  attended  the party, but   because    his  ~!amazonianrwifeis so  unreasonable   as  1 to insist'1 upon  being  shown  how  be  secured     the    infoimation .���-Denver  l5ost.  t NOTICE. -  Take notice that I hare applied to the Chief  conrtntsbioner oi lands and works, Victoria,  B. CM for a special l.cense to cut and cai-y awP.y  timber on the following de^c ibed vacant Cvown  lands in tile soutiicJM division of the East  K-obtenaj-' dls^ iec. ii. C. Commenc-ug at a  post ma l:ed O. Dcs.-u'iiHer. pjaulert about one  aud one half miles easl o," Tochty ou the ^north  sale Ol the C.uufUnii'PJ.v: Tie iiiUwav. RUuning  west3CO chains; ltieucesoUi'.i 40 chains; 'thence  east 160 chains: thoilce uo <>. 40 chains back to  place of commenccincnt, containing 640 acres,  more o* less. 6. DESAULNIER.  Dated Jan. 2,1902. ��� 4-;;<>.  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON llECEIPTOF POSTAL.  WHITE YOUR NAMElAlOr ADDRESS PLAINLY-  Buy Your Drugs at  .30  25  0.50  20.d0  A Skeleton Tiadgedy.  The follo'wibg is anextraot from the  "'private ca6h book" of a Toronto lawyer:  Nov. 30   Advertisement in The  World for slendg'-apher '. $  Dec.T Engaged Miss Daisy Rern-  -'  ������ , ingloaat $S perweek,,:.  ,4 Violets for Miss Daisy.::.  6 Lunch at McConkey's for  >    ���.   self and Miss R. ,     2.50  -      8 Miss Remington's salary;  lweek/i........  .,     8.00  11 Lunch at jV:cCbnkeyJs for,,   -  .-,     self and Miss R.....'...:���'    2.00  12 Boh bons for Miss R     1.50  14 Theatre, Miss R. and self   3.00  15 Da'sy's safari . 1 week   18 Roses for Daisy   ',     20 Carriage to   Hunt  Club,  Daisy and se-f (Bonii'e) ..  20-Dinner, Daisy and self at  Mont-Club,. .,. ..:,   - 22 Da-sy's salary, 1 week ....  24 D; idea's, teal   coat    for  ���   "  w;>e 265.00  26 Catto'a    silk'   dress-   for  mother-in-law .."... '���_��� ��� '��� '���  80'00  27��Ad in-Wo rid for male sten-  ographer ...�� oU  ;i-  ���   l '��� ,'   *���     Bachelors.  ���,   A bacbeibr is a coward, and a failure ;  ���he shaves   and   primps,   but   is   too  cowardly to puj; his arm--.around  suc-  . cess and prriuo it to  bio' besom.    Will  '-you  be  mine?    You  are   mine.     He  . resolves to marry every  day   for   forty  ���yeaTS,but when the hour.for^th.e, duel  anivee',   when   ita   the   presence w,pf  trembling, rosy cheeks, when  beauty  shakes her curls, his courage all   oozes  ��� and he flees the field and dies without  ,:even.learning o�� a cow path that leads  ' to matrimony.    Bptter be  old  darkey  Rastusiuhis cabin,  where, he   holds  old  Dinah's  hand,  and asks."Who's  ��� sweet?" and Dinah drops her, head  on  ���    - brVsboulder and says, "Bofe of  us."���  Exchange. - -  1 An jrlBU-woiTaftu'a lovo Letter.  "���     Tatrick O'Biien���Sir:    This, is  the  1 last letter ye'll have, frpm me, bad cees  ' to ye.   And it's writtip' this I -.am to  ��� tell ye tbat^ye are a lobster.   There's  1 lotB of  good iish in   the sea besides  �� lobsters, and'ii ye think I'll  cry  mo  ^ eye*j out because ye' jilted  rno,. that's  �� -where ye make a mistake.   Troth,. the  1 policeman on the beat has been coaxin'  ''.fee for a month" to  go   skatin', w,tb  iim, and-it's   goin'   1  ��xh ..tomorrer.  'Tear UP me photygraph ;. yours: is  in  .*&*��������*��!   barrel.     Farewell, ^atnek  '"Slvien, and may the  devil  fly  away  vnthve Yours without respect,  '' Mary Awn Brady.  IfoUce to Delenqueat Co-Owner.  To Otto P. Johusoa, or to t'uy person or  poisons to whom he may' hnvo Lansferred his  interests in the May Flower miaerai claim,  situate about Ave miles no/Ji of Foit Steele in  tbe Fort Steele'Miniiig Division of the district  of EastKootene.y, B. C��� and rccoided m the  lecot'de.'s office of tb'e Foit Steele Mining  DivihJon,  ' You, aud each of yoil," are heieby notified that  I have expended one hunched a Q" ten dolia.s in  labor and impiovemems upon the above mentioned miue-al claim -in o.ciei- to' hold said  mineral cl."lm.uadei: the p.-ovibion-j of the  mine-.al act add if wit'ain ninety days from tne  date of this noUce you faii or refuse to contn-  buveyourpropouijSnof bdeh expenditures to-  feeclie'rwitb all costs of adveiwbiug, your in-  ve.-envs in said claim will become the prope-.'ty  of the sab subsc-iber uadcr secaon;4 of an act  eutit'ed "an act to' amead the ii^e.al Act  3900." , '        *   - ���     -        WM. GALLUP.  Dmed at Moyie', B. C.,' this Sth day of Jan. 1902.  i.���39���3m.  O. F. li&i'AUJ.-tf-^  DEitBB iff  There is [nothing  like Asthmalene.  It brings .instant  relief,  even^.in  the  worst cases.    It cures  when all else .  fails.  The Rev. C: F. WELLS, of Villa  Ridge, 111., says: "Your trial bottle of  Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot tell yow how thankful  I feel for the good derived from it. I  was a'slave, chained with putrid sores  throat and Asthma for ten years. I  despaired of ever being cured. I saw  your advertisement for the cure of this  dreadful and tormenting disease, As-,  tluna, and thought you had oyerspoken  yourselves, but resolved to, give it a  trial. To my astonishment, the trial  acted like a charm. Send me a full-  size bottle."       -   Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,  ' Rabbi of the��Cong.,   Bnai Israel. ., ,  '     New York, Jan. 3,1901.'  Dr . Taft Bros'. Medicine Co.,  ,    Gentlemen:  Your Asthmalene is an  excellent remedy for Asthma andjlay  Fever, and gits  composition  alleviates  all troubles which combine  with  Asthma.   Its success is' astonishing , and , ,  wnndPT f 111      " v ' ��� - .'m. i���iu*  ���    Alter living It oatafUlly  ��n��l,Md,  * o��u  3l��le  that Asthm��lene-cod-  u....-.?r;.orpb..!^  ,      ^    ��� Avon"gfBtN8s,*N'.Y.. Feb. 1,1901  ".'  ' -   - ��� ' <���    ,  Dr Taft Bros. Mbdicine Co. ���        *''',','.       ,      ,i  GenUemen : I write this testimonial from.a sense of duty having .tes.ed  thewrderMeflectofyourAsthm,deu^for the'cure of .slonia My wife  Las bee��� afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Havuig er-  Itedmyown skill as well as many others, I. chanced to see your s.gn  poh o.k windows on 130th street, New* York: I at once obtained a bottle .of  Isthnalene My wife commenced taking it about ll,e first of November. I  try "oon noticed . radical improvement. After using one bottle her ., b��.  has d Zpeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms., ��� feel lb a I can  oLtZfl/recommendthe medicine to all who, are .fjiogd w.U, rh�� distressing disease.   Yours respectfully,  ^^     / O. D. PHELPS, M. D.      ,  .    "   w   '   ,,,. rA~~^"�� Feb.5;190L:/'  T),r Taft'Bros.uMbdioinS CO.       - ��� ' ���    ,  GTtl.����a,    ! W,.troaWed with. ��*�������,for. Ji   y����.   I h*'�� "��*  0���m;r6us re,nedie��,but tbey have .11-f.tW.   Irao ucro8�� yc^���^'X  an'detarted ��ilh"�� trial Bottle..- I found relief  at   once., I -have    loee pur  based your foil ��iMd hott.e, and 1 am ever^.tefuh   I  hav-e lamHy  of .u  S'of aTyou .ee 11,1 Home addre, ^^S^SS^, ������**��..   "  TRSAii- BSTfL^SENT ABSOUUTEUY. FREE .ONnfiECE. rr  OF-POSTAL '--.   /.,       .        .' .  -O. no, delay.   Write'at onee, addre.in, Dl TAFT BEOS/ idtoiOJM  0O.,79BaBtl30tH St..N.,Y. Ciiy ' '���_v-.*aj    ������  '    SOLD BY AE.Ii DRFaOISTSi  Call e'arlv and get a better choice. ,Do not overlook the fact that  we carry'Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Military hair brushes;  made with geuuine bristles and with ebony, wood, or ivory backs.  A. STEPHENSEN, Proprietor.  Miners '^headquarters..',  Good   accommodations  for  travelers.^  liquors ��nd cigars kept in stock.  Lake Shore Addition  Be3t   wmei  MOYIE, ii  Hi"1  rA//a o & i: st* 6 r- i: ces tehec <0 CO.  orter and  on Ham  Q,ualiliy not excelled'in taecoaatry. Try it and  Tbe con vine eel.  f  is ^Mpiy  ^^atci  ,������" -��� JORJVSTOJV ��bzos:   "���        '   ',   ^pji;  This Hotel is New and well: Furnished. Tiie Ug  , Tables are Supplied^ith the�� Best^e |fc  Market affords. Ther Bar is Jilled with,  o'tte Jtsesfc Brands of Liquors and Cigars.,  -'AGENTS   FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER. (  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  ,i ',:.     .   AND MINING, MEN ;'  BRITISH' COI.UMB3  1^ V4*^ i|��W33-5���������C��*��^:^������S6i-4 t��*fi*S���^ W��C��a��l  Harvey   &   MeGarteri'.g-gALE.&i SBLWELL  Mtoiin dbliVeey  POBTSxfcELK.B.b  uit-v'ey, MoCarl'er* Aioxsiu'der',  ,     FERNIE, B. C.     ���  Barristers & Solicitors:  established i 87t  Authorized  itedRP&fcATSD J 898.  i JhDQa'oDQ.  DEALERS* AWD   EXP6HTE��8  W: F. ��tJKD  Nb'tA-RiE's    Public,   Oommib-  sion AJ*B Insurakce AgeSIs.  plCTtStEi FRAmEK  Prest, tjie photogra-  phVr51 hai juit received the finest lot  of mouldings in  Eas^fc Kodtenay.      ;  W. A. Prest,  ,   it.     �����'-.  Photographt-tr,  bwnb'rook,    Moyio.     Fort Steele.  Will Visit Moyie Ort  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  BAiUUS'tKil; SOLICITOB, J2TC  CRANBROOK,  Branches:  ioAT STEELE,  FIMJJEBJ -BY,  K^BYSVILLE-  Moyi6j % C*  For Downright Satisfaction;  Shipment after Shipment',  Slilp Your G'ood,s to U$:  Full    Prices    and    Im'mc-  Mining Stock  bR&NBROOK.  Daily market prices  by   Wire  from Spokane. J    LEWI1^ THOMSON,  Nota'by Public, Accountant, Commission and  iNSUBANCE Agent.  -M^  tntain.  lul   JS&Bb  |;����asbj  Wtoom  IstreSgt  !>fnee&6j  /jiatara'  :|Eiilgitt  irfplgCSri  wmp*  jganged  Payment    Eve?   TOfeSgU  Been   Established   24 . rear%��  Write  for Prices.    Make TriM^j&i*  Sfi/p/iierif.    C&nMcii Ydarsetl.tojm&  ASSAT1KM9  ne'lson,  B. C  $  <v.  a������.  1 mon  * trouble  (&M -  ��.to,?say  t."tS?tf*�� ���  ������t&ytt'i "  |; Street 11  -..leer 'tjio  ���.' m&ved;ii  ..'vWcjuljvd  i jw enioi  i ?^e*f^'  aOO-212 IFSffiST 'AVE'. Ni  i.��"��xcepti  * "'lit OT-  * Be^ar  *       v t*^i "���*��,-��?.  Trade WIabks  Designs  . T ���,, . copyrights &c.  . Awon'tf sen dim; a sketcb and .ciescrlptlon may  nitSTly"Mcettain our Opinion freowMtW-rM  JxM notice, ytWhwxl clinW, ��th0.        *  J.arpzoBt b\x-  -Alifiritisnjmijy "'uav'"'* tr.\',Vnil\     Ternin, *8.0  :A.hftft��B^oty mustTC{5* wceiclv  E. A. "ELTON;  "Commission   and   Insurance  Agent.,      ...,,,..  NEW  VOR^LIFE,. ,    ,,, .   .'���  LOND ON AHD-.LANC AS HIRE."  PilCENlX OI? BBOOKLYk*.     !;  *    insurance Cp.'s  ��ST KOOTENAY BOTTLING GO.  fcRANRROOi B   C.  - <���' "  Areated Waters of all  'write   for  pRlbk    bi'riCULARS  feo^'t liubherWeck Your NefeJbor's Taper.   SfiWrlbe for  v>{-  Port Steele,  B. O.  Orders Soiicitot!.  Soda Waiter 'andrSyplitins.  , - astaeiou  ,* ond'eotn;  .;; entering  v. nrticlosi  ������� .tionafro  ^ -.lblsrdefi  manufac  contaics  nctiufiili  f (ices of t  Curo bo ��  , - into-wall  R t.' niife'Kt^n  '$ be -migh  WM  '    Notkir  love so  Byen 1  pointer  ��� v.  - *iv'Ji/ aajhTsjteaaaa  ��� i���' WitftbrS confederates Wallace  ��Si i'uto the basement of the building^ in  SMScb tbe painting was being exhibited  mm. I   cutting tbe c-anvi.s from its massiv.  Honolulu 'dwellings have it curious  feature in the provision made /or  lighting trie externa*" aa well as (he  interior. Electric lamps are,set, in i]i(i  masonry of the walls, thereby throwing a reflection both inside find on  the lawns, where the residents spend  most of their nights.  Your F^iih J  ���ind escaped.  cutting  itjne, rolled it ui> ��� -        .- , ���  tcturnins to San Francisco at the e*  h1 on of his term, Wallace one night  into tbe home of a banker    The  had just returned from the .thea-  jliil  3t   wmei  04  -   v  ��(uid   Wallace was  standing in  the  SBfirer ball when the banker and bu wifs  ^Idcnlv    appeared ' upon    the    landing  ovo    Wallace.might have, escaped  by  pshing out 'of 'the front door, but this-  %a\il bare been an exhibition of weak-  ' l9 unworthy of the true burglar such  lie prided himself upon  being. _ Ylritn  ffrfre coolness and  presence of  mind  he  i-ailifl the couple, who, unconscious of  proximity, were descending tho stair-  e   When the banker reached the hall,.  ^j^aiiace  emerged  from tho shadow, and  Kfg&iifronted him. ,      .  1 '41��l''Who are you?" inquired the banker in  V^rTUarin. ��� ���    .  &������ "Silence!" said Wallace in a low voice.  .'lieiv arc burglars in the house.  I am a  tcctivc in search of them." -  ["My God," shrieked'the banker's wife,  o shall all bo murdered!" , "���.;,.',    !  'Not  while I  am here to prevents it,  uhim,"   replied   Wallace,' with "a   bow  rtliy of Gentleman Dick'.  He paused a  meal, then went to tho door ami open-,1  it wide.   "   indly stand on {ue'porcb',"  said, "wh     I search the house.   I will  you know when to enter."  ho banker nndnhis  wife obeyed* the  [mniand .and  in   the next  instant they"  od shivering in the cold night air with  fife door locked' behind  them.    Wallace  lered tho dining room aud was ransack-  tlie sideboard  when a sen-ant bufst  ���sHielving  into   (he  chamber.     Disgusted  " \h   this   display   of,, .weakness,   which  ���eatened'* disaster. Wallace'drew a< remand promptly shot "her.    This si-  ��^tjpce<l   her,' and,   taking   up   his 'booty,  " allace   leisurely   left, the   house.., The  taker   and ' his'wife,   alarmed" at. tho  >��S*-w^fijjBS&Jirt of" the shot, Implored  him to tell  >i^1 '3acl biPpened.    IIe answered that  (ijfr��ffl��?burglars had 'made 'their escape 'after  # Ip^nnding.the servant girl, who had f'ool-  ||tSfily attempted to stop.them.    Five years  Hfftei Wi !lace was convicted of this crime  '"' d --.en   ,  ced to San-Quentin prison for  /elve   .   ars.���Charles   Uhich   in  Ais*.  s|��e'�� Magazine. .  .        ...'.-.-".'.  Y-'.  ���will be as strong as ours if you try  f  it and!  '���   and ours is so strong -we guar-  " akte'e a1 cure or refund, money,  and we send you free trial bottle  if .you write for it.' SHILOH'S  costs 25 cents, and will cure Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis  ��� aud all Lung Troubles,     Will  "' cure a Cough or" Cold in a day/  , and thus prevent serious results.  It .has- been doing these things  - 'for 50'years.;,  W C'OIIEIED  iiEIS.  $. C. WEtxs & Co., Toronto, Can.  Karl's Clover Root Tea cures Indige  V  jestion j  .1 There are's others     than    cornfields  who have,ears and hear not.  ���Even the selfish man will  not   ask  for niore than his share of trouble.  Tiie H:  ; ;the ���  witu  gars.  woman's whole face is sometimes  to be her fortune, but some men  (hroug-h  solely   on   tlieir  chuck. ���  ��;..;.  f was cured of a bad case of Ui ip  by MUSTARD'S LTXEMENT.  Sydney, C. 13. .-��� -.   *    O.- Ic LAGTJE. 1  ' I . was     cured    of    loss     of     voice  by MJZS'AltlVS L.TXimSKT.r  ���      ' . CHARLES PLUMA1ER. -  Yarmouth.'  I was cured of Sciatica Ttheumal isin  by AIINAHD'B LINIMENT.  Burin", Nfld.       LEAVTS S..BUTLER.  w  ^���  rill  seasons     ofk    the     year rive  Selcok in  the morning is the..coldest  "r of the 2<L. ' "        -"'.''  DUMIiJA  ,1898.  woman" thinks     she  is ' becoming  ��� to business wlren she has-,lea'rh.-'  E.0 'bo suspicious of every man she  Outside of the preachers, .of course,  most' of.'the people who Irave conscientious scruples! against games of  chance* are the ones who ha,ve 'bad  luck,"'       '"     ���-'*'   ' -���   ,'--  -*  CANADIAN     PKOI/UCT    WEDLCI-i  WIKS MUCH FAME AT THE  CTiEAT EXPOSITION  OF 3 900.  'Though Not Entered As An Exhibit  Dodd's Kidney . Pii]s Continued  TheirnVictories Amonj ihe Visitors to the Gay Gap.lai���lieturned  Canadian Commissioner Tells a  Personal Experience.  ^ Toronto, Dec. 11;���(Special')���Mr. J .  G. Jardine, one of Caaada's Commissioners to the Paris Exposition, has  returned to his home at 305 Crawford street, this city and is full of  interesting stories, of'his experience  during his  stay  in France.  Ife was impressed with the superiority of things' Canadian when sees  alondsule the products of the world.  Everything 'rrom Canada was "genuinely good," and while "in some cases  other exhibits .' might' be more  "showy," none were more worthy.  Mr. Jardine returns, if possible, a  more enthusiastic Canadian, and this  is in part at least due to the fact  that while in Paris he was very much  benefited, by the' use of that great  Canadian tonic, Dodd's Kidney Pills.  His work was very trying' and made  great demands on (' his health and  strength","but he says :���-  " During my stay in Pari* I found  Dodd's Kidney Pills invaluable, relieving Backache instantly and ton-  mg  up  my  system generally."  Even in medical , lines . Canadians  abroad have no reason to, be ashamed 'of their country, for no remedy'in  the world ''has ever been so quickly  recognized and .-.given a foremost,,  place .among known curatives as  Dodd's Kidney Pills wherever introduced.'  The experience of Mr. Jardine with  Dodd's Kidney Pills , in Paris, the  home of some'of the greatest medical scientists is significant.  lie was not alone in his enjoyment  01 the benefits of ' this great tonic,  for many of his acquaintances were  using (he 'same medicine, among  them the secretary to the Canadian  Commissioner", Mr. Aug. Dupuis, who  is an enthusiastic believer in Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  GuUot, Tl.lern  ana  BUiaarclC.  One ilny I %Vas Invited to d'aner with  the Count of Enzonberg at tbe residence of Prince von Bismarck in Ber-.  I hi. Tho count, a former charge''d'affaires in Paris, was a great collector  of autographs. After a' repast tbe  count exhibited a sheet of paper oa  which Guizot and Thiers Lad affixed  their signatures. "It is very interesting,'' said Prince von Bismarck. "Allow me to show this to my wife." (She  was sick in bed at that time.) In a  few minutes tbe chancellor returned,  and, returning the sheet of paper to  the diplomat from, Wurttemberg, be  added, "l hope that I did not spoil Jt  by writing something on it" ,  Here follows what was written on  the paper-  lly long life bis taught me that It fa neceasvy  to forgive a good deal and forget nothing.  Gcno*.  A little forgetfulness does not diminish the ��in-  cwity of forgiveness. Tiiiem.  My own lite haa taught me that I havo a great  deal to forget and a great deal lor which to be  forgiT��k 'V. Bisuaeck. '  TEiHSTER'JS'-STORT.  SUFFKRED CRJ3ATXY VHO.11 AS III JI A  AND   KIDNEY TKOrjJSXKS.' t U��,  \x-m;��>$~:..x~;��:��x~:��^  Spent Some time in a Hospital and  Almost Impoverished Himself Buying Medicines Without Benefit���  Again Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Cure After'Other, Medicines Fail.  MiDuTu's Liniment Cures Colls, Etc,  Tho  unexpected ��� cannot  happen    to  the.man who "is" always expecting it.  t0> ��� .  rd's liniment' Cures' Garget' la Cofs. ���"  pmisflt does not always mean a fit  a, young" lady had.  '���. '  ���. w-ero never, was, and never will   tie,"'a  ^xyCEersal panacea, in one remedy, for all ills  "" mich, flesh is heir���the very nature of'  y curatives being' such that-were  the  a of. other and ^differently seated disrooted'in the system of- the' patient���  5|Effit -would rclieve,pne ill in txu-n:wouId ag-1  Wp$fatos tho  other.* AVe" havo, however, in  yojnine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  ""���s^ultorated state, agrpmedy foi^many and  fous ills.   By its "gradual and judicious  >0SiS|j��be frailest systems are,led.into convn-  1&jp|ticQ and strength by the 'influence which  ;<raHttno exerts on nature's own restoratives.  JHaggoYos tho drooping spirits of those with  ?E3ffift?9 a chronic state of morbid  despond-  M&P-Slrnd lack ��* interest in life is a disease,  ffiaJWjfby tranquilizing .the nerves, disposes to  '^aoyuid and - refreshing Bleep���imparts vigor  Sfej^w? action, of    the blood,, which,-being  leatoaulalcdj courses  throughout  tho veins,  ^lengthening tho heal thy, animal functions  ppfgtiiQ system, thereby making  activity a  Jjiecegea'ry result, strengthening tho frame,  ^flnd'ajlving lifo to tho digestive organs, which  ^jnafocally, demand increased' substance���re-  'l&iilgitinproved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  3jof|;Tpronto havo given ,to the public tlieir  ^ipopior Quinino Wine at tho usual rate, and,  .-    i^Sauged   by tho opiniou of  scientists,  this  b    T//n&Hit-1tT^ei;aPP,:oacl*es nearest perfection of any in  a/te Trm^^iii not.    tho generous-man ���  that  Vdur5e/r.i��g^|s Vou  his word and  then breaks  k;b.W*promise. . ���- -  lijKODONT for theTEETN 25c  $M r, -*-    \ -. *���;  1 S^S011'*- worry,   there will  always ���''bo'  * trouble enough to go round.  :a        ~ _   f^fe'*.8  ns   USGf>'*   to know  what not  flMI^-y ns it is to know what to sav  $3&b    r">'ll^e1!;,.c-'u'"A'*'<':icle��t--?'rr. Thomas Siibin  ' i-SB^f's..  .My ^ovon your old boy had his foot  K gjoly I'Ourod by hoinfr run over by a car on tho  ?'. ptroo| lOuKvay. Wo at tmee commenced liath-  jHln��f, the- foot with Dr. Thomas' IColoetrie Oil,  (,'��� WJlon^tiio discoloration   and swelling whs ro-  I-.'mavMViind in nino days ho could uso his foot.  ���.;;"?^ijvays kcop u bottle in tho'house roudy for  < aajr eiaorgoncy."  7-f$irl$�� -       '-i- : l.  K^JBjrery man believes that he is an  U"excoption to some rule or other.  -'���V,%^t'   ,: .^Ware ��^  Ointm.ents- for  Catarrh  '       i   -"tCfI|^-Tlial; Contain Mercury,  , - asSrieiourv will surely destroy tho sonsoof smoll  ;   and'cpuijrjlctolydoriinfro tho wholo system when  .; ;oritorilig4t through tho mucous surfacos.    Sucli  "q ,        v.  orticlos oliould novor bo usodcxceiifconproserip-  .!��� jtionstfrpm rujiulablo physicians, as tho dama^o  ���^Mfr'-s*^ -'.thoy-'Will'ao is tenfold to tho pood you can pot,-.  -w " ,iblydefivofiom  them,    JIull's Cut.irrU CuioT  ��� ^J��*   manufactured by 1<\ J. Choney <fe Co.,Toledo, O,  "~^ contaiGS(no mercury, ai>d is takou intoriiiillv,  nctinfi<;liTocllv upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho sj*;t cm.     In bujiiur Hull's Catarih  Mart's Liniment Cures Distemper.,;  If a girl-really, loves you she .will  sit out the evening in tbe, back "par-'  lor-with you rather'tliau-put you u  the expense of taking her to the-, theater. .    "     ���       ;        '  Parmelee's Pills possess the power of, acting  spocLfically upon the disoasod organs, stimul.'it-  in^ to action tho dormant onorpios of tho  systom, thereby removing disease. In. fact, so  great is tho power of this medicine to cloanso  and purify, that diseases of almost'every name  and nature' aro driven from tho body. Mr. D.  Carswoll, Carswoll P.O., Ont., writes : "1 have  tried Parmolee's Pills'.and find them anexcellent medicine, and oio that will sell well."  When a man is cocksure that his  baggage is checked ' through to  Heaven it,is no use to argue with  iiim. ,.' ,       '  Pale, Nickly children should uso Jlotbei-  Qruves''\Vorna Exterminator. NYorms are one  of tho principal causes of suffering in children,  and should bo expellod from tho system  Some of the people who ,would  rather fight than eat are not at all  fond of lighting, but they, are dy ad en-  tic' .'  ' '   ,   ,,,  xroiioway's"Cbra_.Curo "is" a sncciflc for the  removal of corns and warts. We have'never  heard of its failing to remove even the worse  kind. ' '.,,..  Some people -who claim never to  have had a rival in love have never  been in love with anyone but themselves.    ,  Thd pessimist groans that he has  not a friend left in the world, and  the optimist tries to comfort him  with the suggestion that he ought to  that none of his friends are left  Some people claim that it is their  object to elevate the stage, when ns  a matter af fact they only went on  the stage to give themselves a lift.  Cholera and all summer complaints aro so  3^ uick in thoir action that the cold hand of  oath, is \ipon tho victims boforo they, aro awaro  that danger is near. 'If attacked, do not delay  ^in (jotting- tho proper medicino. Try,a dose of  Dr. J. I>. Kellogff's Dysentery Cordial, and you  will get immediiitoTelief.' It acts with, wonder-  ful-rupidity, and never fails to effect a euro. '  " A physician mentions the case of  n. man who could bo made to dream  about; any subject by whispering  about' it in his car while he slept- ���  and it is a rfamiliar fact that persons who talk in their sleep will frequently answer- qticstions .if spoken  to softly.  " '  for  Curobesuro jou gob tho genuine.    It is taken  internally, and madoin Toledo, Ohio, by ls\ J.  .< Chenoy & Co.   Tostiniomul��frco.  * po)dby\Drngfiqts, prit-o Tic. por bottlo.  " "'-"'SKI     ��� ��� �����- - ������  ��� -  I jafalPsynmily Tills aro tho best.  m -i^-%  ;���  11 il \ A n1^'    1S*   never     so  bad   that he  HI mig-ht not be woi sc, or so good that  be might'not bo bottei.  IM; Liniment Cnres Dipltteria.  Nothing cools off a married    man's  love so quickly as cold biua-kfasls  Even the detectives do not dog  man's footsteps unhl they {.,tt  pointer  1*1 can   of  Novn.  Justice John M. Ilarlnn of tun United  State supreme court, when a practicing lawyer in Louisville, once tried his  hand at newspaper, work, taking the  place of a personal friend, then editor  of the Louisville Commercial. Tbe justice got Along all right writing editori-  nis, but had ideas as to" news that were  nt variance with those of-the city editor.     ���  One of the reporters had written a  olovemccount of a man who had fallen  from the fourth story of a,building and  escaped without serious injury. It  made a slory-jof about a column In  length. With a proof of the article in  his hand (he temporary editor came to  tho city editor and said: '      i  "Mr. Smith, please have" this- story  cut down. I can't sec anything in it  that makes it worlh Hint space."  "But it's the 'star' story of the day,  Mr. Unrlnn," gasped the astonished  news man. "'I think-it's a.remarkable  story and well worth all the space given to it."    ���'-'      "' "-''-���-'  "I don't,"'said Justice Harlan. "If a  man had juinpetl up four stories, it  would certainly have'boon,remarkable,  hut even a fool;could fall down four  stoiios, or half n dozen, for that matter."  "When  Frenchmen  "Were. Germans.  The .name of-France is derived from  the Ifranci, or Franks, a people of Germany -who seized that part of the  coumry nearest the Rhine and settled  there. Later on they subdued Paris  and made that the royal seat of their  increasing empire.  The origin of other geographical  names is interesting and will serve to  enlighten us when wo read of, for instance. Hibernia for Ireland. Hibernia  is .said to be derived from a rhceni-  cian- word meaning "farthest habitation," there being no country known to  ^thitm west, of Erin.  Portugal obtained its name from Porto, the haven or port where the Gauls  landed their stores. This Is Oporto,  called by the Portuguese O Porto (the  port). ,The town was glren as a dowry  to Teresa when she married Henry de  Lorraine, who styled himself Earl of  Portugal because the place was known  ,as tlie portus Gallorutu (the port of the  Gauls). The name was finally extended to the whole country.  Russia, took its denomination from  the Rossi, or Russi. n people of the  south of Russia, who possessed themselves of the country in the declining  days of the Greek'empire. Being the  predominant inhabitants, they Imposed  their name on nil the rest.  Tt occasionally 'happens that a  man's best friend.is tho one who assists him home.   '!���  ���  A  Street   rnrnlil*.  A little girl stood nt a window blowing'soap bubbles. Beneath stood a little boy, and ns she blew bubbles toward him ho tried to catch them. They  broke and disappeared on. all sides,  but the two laughed and kept up tho  game, she smiling clown and he gazing  upward eagerly.  "Behold, a parable!" said a man to  n woman. "The eternal relation of the  sexes! You blow beautiful bubbles  down to us from your height, and we  weary ourselves in trying vninly to  catch them.   Poor little boy!"  The pair played and laughed hi the  sunshine until the boy grew tired, lie  called out "Goodby!" gayly and ran  away to play with other boys and girls  In the street. The girl looked after him  wistfully, n''shadow, on-her face. She  did.not care to blow bubbles any more.  She. loaned out; to watch him. and as  she did So she tipped over the bowl  ,of soapy water. She looked very lonely.  "P��.ehold. a parable!" said the woman  to the man. ''He has tired of the  game; not she. There is no other little  boy to blow bubbles to, and,if there  were she has no pretty bubbles left to  blow. 'Eternal relation of *"*vcs! Poor  little girl!'--  From the Recorder, Halifax,' 2\T.S.  Mr. William. Cochrane, a well  known teamster, who lives near the  Halifax ' Polo Grounds, is one of  those who willingly bear testimony  to the' curative powers of Dr. Williams' EinJk Pills. A reporter of the  Acadian Recorder who had. heard of"  Mr. Cochrane'a, sufferings and subsequent cure, called at his home, when  he gave an account of his experience  substantially as follows :���"He had  for many years been a constant sufferer from asthma, accompanied by  an aggravated, form ��� of kidney  trouble. The Latter trouble caused  severe pains in the back and loins,  and at times his sufferings were very  acute." "lie said he had almost impoverished himself "in buying medicines of all kinds,, but to no purpose;  the trouble continued and seemed to  grow worse as the years passed.  Sirs. Cochrane said that she had frequently ; seen her . husband choke up  and fall to the floor as though, dead,'  and he would have to 'be worked  with' and rolled around before ��� he  would revive. A Jew years ago he  spent ten,days in" the Victoria General hospital. "The doctors ��� 'then  thought that the pajns ,in the -back  were due to over-exertion in 'his  business as a teamster, but gave him  no material'help. After leaving���the  hospital, he used- bottles and bottles  of medicine; -but failed to find a cnie.  "A neighbor ot his, Mi-, Lowe, whose  wife had bean' made"-a well woman  after year's of sickness, by the use .of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, advised ,him  .to,, try them. He-used a couple of  boxes without apparent result, and  felt somewhat discouraged, but Mr.  Lowe advised him to continue the  use of the pills, and before the third  box was finished; he began to' improve. ' Dr.- Williams' Pink Pills  have been a godsend ��� to me,' said  Mr. Cochrane;.1 'they are' the only  medicine I have taken which seemed  to do-me any goo'd. . I_had._._one'j_pre--_  scription from a doctor,.wbicir'cbst"  me SI .75 a bottle, which like many  other medicines I took,' was just so  much money wasted. I have used  eight or ten boxes of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and can say .that before  I began their use life woas an intolerable burden. .1 have reason to be  thankful that I followed the friendly  advice that urged nie to use this,  medicine." '       >'<  Most diseases have their origin in  poor blood or weak'nerves, and it is  because Dr.. Williams' Pink Pills  make rich, red blood and strengthen  the nerves that they have met with  such success in curing kidney trouble,  rheumatism, -paralysis, St. Vitus'  dance, anaemia,, nervous prostration  and kindred troubles. See that the  full name, "Dr. Williams' PLnk.Pills  for Pale People," is on the wrapper  around each box. If in doubt, send  direct to the. Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockvtlle, Ont., and tho pills  will be mailed post paid at .~>0 cents  a box, or six boxes for S2.50.  It is a wonder that poor old Procrastination does not set up the kleptomania  plea.  You may talk "about people being  generous to a fault, but if they are  arc the chances are that the fault is  their  own.  V  ���1*  j MUSIC FOR THE HOLIDAYS  Our Mr. Hatcher is now in the oast selecting a stock of pianos and organs for holiday?. Anion? his selection will be a largo number of tho latest style* of tho WILi-  LJfAMS'PL1NOS famed for Tlieir pure, full and lasting tone. Our new stock will bo-  gin to arrive about Bee- 1st and it will be weil for tho-.e interested to call early. Out-  of-town customers will receive our best attention and all enquiries will bo promptly  answered- Wo send catalogue and price list on request. We handlo several different  makes of organs and will be pleased to quote prices delivered anywhere. We have a  number of good second hand organs and pianos, in good repair, some as good as new,  as very low prices.   Your credit is good with-as, no matter where you live :   :   :   :���  :  forresterT'&" hatcher"  V  V  ���To  Y. M. C. A. lilk, Portage Ave., Winnipeg.  Eldredge "B" Sowing Machines  -<~x.m:*..x~:.*{.<m:~^  ZCinisf- fhtfeJ- yy^wf^St/^ -&*J' stfftu C&ns  MEMORY'S  PRANKS.  Why Do We Rcmcnibor Certain  T,lilnvrn und Foreci Othersf  The, vagaries of memory are some of  the most interesting of those connected  with the human mind and body. Why  do we forget certain things and remember others? Myriads of these irregularities1 are as yet unaccounted  for. Perhaps not even the cleverest  metaphysician will ever' account for  t'liem. ' '���  Professor   James   reminds   us   bow  ���something which we have tried .in vain  to recall will afterward, when we have  .given up the attempt, '"saunter into  tbe mind," as Emerson says, as innocently as if it had never been summoned.  Again, bygone experiences will revive  after years of oblivion, often as tbe,  result of some cerebral disease or accident.  Such a ease is the one quoted by  Coleridge of a young woman in Ger-  mauy'wbo could neither read nor write,  but who was said to be possessed of a  devil because, in a fever, she was beard  raving in Latin, Greek and in an obscure rabbinical dialect of Hebrew.  Whole pages of her talk were written  down and were found to consist of  sentences intelligible in themselves, but'  not having the slightest. connection  with one another.   To say that she was  " possessed of ,a devil was the easiest  way' of "accounting for the matter.  At last'the mystery was cleared up  by a physician, who traced back the  ���girl's history until'he learned that,at  the age of nine she was taken to live  at the-house of an old pastor, a great  Hebrew scholar, and that she, remained there until the pastor's death. It,  'had been for years the old man's cus-  ���'tom'to walk up and down a passage  near the kitchen and read to himself  In a Ioua'-voioft___  His books were examinoa^ancj among  'them many of the passages taken"clown  at the young woman's bedside were  identified." The theory of demoniacal  possession   was   abandoned. ��� Youth's  . Companion.  Fire   Among   Snrage   Nations.  According to Pliny Are was a long  time unknown to some of, the ancient  Egyptian tribes, and when a celebrated  astronomer made them acquainted with  that element .and how to produce it  they were wild with delight. The Persians, Phoenicians, Greeks and several  other nations acknowledge .that their  ancestors were once without the comforts which fire bestows; the Chinese  confess the same of their progenitors.  Pompariion, Mola, Plutarch and'other  ancient writers speak of nations which,  at the time when they wrote, knew not  tbe use of fi.ro- or had .just"recently  learned It. -.-������.  - The ��� Inhabitants - of , -the Marian  Islands, which were discovered in 1551,  had no idea of fire or its uses. Their  astonishment knew no bounds when  they saw it applied to wood, most of  them taking it to be some kind of an  animal -which the sailors had brought  with them and which must be fed on  wood;   "*  One 'is, often reminded" that conscience and an alarm clock arc very  much alike. We got so used to both  that we do not mind them.  i  If you have any need in the  jewelry  line,   however   small,, ,  just write us about it. "  Our Catalogue contains  photographs    of    many ,  hundreds of our choicest  pieces, and will be sent  you free. ' "  "  We guarantee safe delivery,  ���prepay  charges   and  cheer- .  fully refund-money if you   so' '  desire.  DIAMOND HALL,  Established. 1854.  yne ioros.,  Yongo and AdolsJdo Sts.,  ��� ��� TORONTO.  i\\  BANKERS AIND BROKERS  WINNIPEG.  Write to ua for prices of SOP-JP,  Get our List of Lands.  Stocks and   Bonda Bought and  Sold/  We can furnish the exact amount of  Scrip for any payment on Dominion  Lands.   Do not pay cash. r  JAMES HODD  ARTHTTR ATKUfSOX  Flour and. Grain Merchants,  Room 242 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  We are buyers of wheat for December and Jan  nary shipment from western points*and in store  Fort William or Duluth. Our Mr. James Hodd  having a long and well established export Flour  trade, we specially desiro correspondence with  Tr.nif.rs. rrrnvn &. atktnsom.  millers.  It seems natural for a, man to take  something to whet his appetite when  he is dry.       , . ^ - ��  A goad memory is useful in thatcib  permits of you remembering what to  forget. , ' .   '  In his Vogetablo Pills, Dr. Parmoloo has given  to tho world tho fruits of long scientific research in tho whole realm of-medical science,  combined with new and.valuablo discovories  never boforo known to man. For delicate and  debilitated constitutions, Parmelee's Pills act  like a charm. Taken in small dosos, tho effect  is both a tonic and a stimulant, mildly exciting  tho socrotions of tho body, giving tone and  vigor.  Poverty frequently brings  a change  of landlords.  Vaccination   will   not keep   a   thief  from taking tilings.  The best opportunities" are those we  make for ourselves.  Sowdoft* I.icjr��Jca ��5c.   Large MtHtia and.'Powder,75c.  At all Sicres ov by mail.    Sample of tho Liquid for the postage, 3c  HAlrL* CO* *VUCS��E3U N��w YoffK.  THOSE OLD  BATTERED   FACES  And lot us supply you with  a clean cut,modorn lot that  will brightfln up your pagos  and ploase your reade.3  and advertisers. Write us  forestimatos on anything  in printor's material;   : :,:  T0K0NT0 TYPE  FOUTOBY Cb'Y  175 McDormot Ave., Winnipog.  W.  N.   U.  No. 355. V  ���%,  t^^5*SSK*5^^S5!rat^��5as8saraa*Ba!s  r-. - - .  Tin* rrijit;Sh<-j; T.-.iyi 3.  -��-'    p:ji;t j'lir.j!     :--.w  "5>c*.' ���' Bon-****  They  i<".  building p;;rpr,-.-,-���  -1J'I   V,u>\- K.t.  una ai  i'  f>'.  ^'��5nirb'ffi��nvM��rF'rr;?r*tijfsvifvjii,fj;f^??Cj j  I HowfteBaiiMte Moved.' I i  sn?sc��~?rsrs--c-c;^'?*��3?73S  �����^-*-��ax^sFA^rr--wrT=--^i-,-;r..ai^-^a< ::iw!(a3a*n��33B!ffisaa����EeEra'!k^  r.cizszrvsrjri  V '  ���!��������.)< d  ' any  ���"' use as ix   tun>t).-i!n  '���year.--, aud N n: in.,  -now ac tbo ciny jt  - .roa the olbce andpjao'd .n uk- {-;r:,5-t,  t IThfey present /nourning, for  general v  ������vhey ere-of blao-:edt hue", but in one -..-  :,��vo instanced 'they   have  > j, i f j 11  f        BY (3LEH  HATHAWAY  n.'cx.    Zt-LocV'o   buiitli   was  an hone.-?l  jnan, if a h.trd oia\ and the ne^-found  nill w.is 'unimpeacaah1  j](. .jiif not attemi. i-esisi it, anf'  oaslstanca of the four y</-irger children, I Mr. Dan forth. vvattlil>e.K>, .v> Mm in ink  solely d:��pr.'tclieil to swhrol, who rev- '  t,aa?5!5H,^Si^5=^ ���  ���*gj  1-1* . - "��� *'���' J' ' \/A  ....... _ _ ^  ^ . old twins, v. ere Jcft ro deal with the af-  "^ ; fair, cte'out.:y f'-Turin-?- to bo spaa-ed the  ���hirt O*  And the Di-infonn-  i eled in cow Anion Hike peu-e3s in actein-  !  ���on   rnicro-  pic   exnKinatioi;-,-be8i!   found ' to j Aud the Danforth name had Veen  ���"jpIFE Daufortbs tvszc   moiiag   that j P08,*'. but Led small idea, of w-orlc.  ��,( first of May.    It'Wis their "fourth '  move in three y**ars, a v-ry n mi sum! record for ;a family of any pretentions to  espeetability m the staid little town.  ^-Jontttia streaks of white.    But this 'is  '"(fry rare,    A man in Oregon dug  Cne  \rP;,S��mSyCarE ag0; aild sported , be f  J'iiad found .-".'black marble quarry, bur j  Vine editor of a new��pape/recogniz<?.l ���  b ��� :t ie a tov/ol in use 40 ye.trs ago in tbo  , '-office where he' was devil. ThuV n  ' good romance for tho yellow j mnvJa  : "ras knocked in the head.  one  of the inost aristocratic there formany  yearsJ  "Phst vye lived in our own dear old  home, where I was born," Frances had  Jean, th-3 v, ba a,nd v, umanly, went on  to the new lur-izo. that the three hdd  cleaned 'the day before, to look after  and place- the i.jrnrtrire ns it arrived,  while Jack-divided his services as need-  ed( ewid * Fraru-c-e e-jp-nintcjided the  flitting from th/e old h-imc.  While ��he worked her'thoughts were  bitter/   She -would not Lave mhided la-  JUi'   in.  ii)->vM* ;n-�� ilis." -Jehovah's stately oh".  Blojie hou"��e in time to iuivc- Franlk't.  married from there.-*���Lrfidje?' World. "  near,  kind  And Sho Did.  ���_ Wife (an invalid)���The end 1b  _John.' I'm sinking fa=L: ,'Bo n  ���'lather,to the motherless children  Husband���Oh, dop't worry about  , tbe /children. ' I'll' scon' get" another  ' mother for theni. "'  '  1     Wife (sitting up  in' bed)-���Qh,- vou  will,  eh-? , \yeli; I guess    "" '" "   "   '  ,Tou  v I'll get well now if it killo me.'  yon; i.  Upoan��l Downs In n fining Country.  ���a Tbe ups and downs of fortune in'the  . lead mining regj'on are thus -described  '.in Tbe Galena (Kan.) Republican;  "'���'On our streets we can  point  to   men  light, with' her lover on the tr-teps ju^t  below her.    "Then when Cousin Zobe-  dce and the mortgage took   that,   in  spite of all our pinching and planning  all the years I was growing up, >.ye hbd  that nice house on Kiver street.' The  next year we had to give that"up as too  expensive and move to this place, that]  might  say  something'   against,    but  won't, because;���wolly because I wonft,  Dick,-',' she Jueidly   explained,  T-vith, a  downward, emiie' at  th'e  ydiiug man,  who knew very' well thtit she forgave  the"hbuse its many fault's for the sake  enumerated the evening before, sitting f ]iOT *f " bad led to" any tiring, but all  on the porch in the soft Aprii'moon-    their efforts were scsiax;sly'e\<;n eo-i'ten-  ing, their fail.   Yoar aiit-x yecir tlie family was rfijjping down.     The   yoamger  onta were gi-owing up to hardrr Ximm, \  It-fid cdvantagest ihrii) ewn she had hod"  Joan had been obliged 4o leave ��>elioo!  laf.t yeer to he-lp at honitf, and Jajc-k could  ncrt continue ad'tea.- tJiis term, but must  go- to work, as he had already luul to  do in the vacations.   Aud she Lad tried  ��-0  hofd to let them keep oav a litrJw  longer.   Jean vvra*3 a born teiijcher, if she  eou?Id  only  be ^lucited  herself,  oncl  J.ax?k had .many talents",   But there wa��  nothin/j for them in life butdrudgexy  ^ life V  IyFO  SUSINBSSII? BOOMim IN I  KfiW  m c^'ery way.- ^"hen I think how far  beloy^ the old home we've got in on3;y  three years, I���I really fear'we-shall  find ourselves moving out to tbe poor-  farra one of these1spiings."  "II you would only movo to my house  , , one of these epringEi���or eooner," began  who could not draw  a  check  for; ten*   Dick Stedman, reaching up to take one  cents six months **Vp-' -Wow they   can j of'bis ^vfeeiheart's small brown bands.  of haAdng found her. romance within ite ���.nothing for the youaigestcluldren but  walls/ "But  there's  nothing but the    the prime-  1 own ess of the 'rent in favor of , the ' And she���fihe could xio-t leave them  hopse we're going'to," Bho ended: "It's when she was so needed. She, too, must  cramped and shabby;and Inconvenient    toil on hopeJosiBlyj' nnd crush down all  ' " naturnl  longing,'for etisei ai��i bright  ness and girli-sb pleiitsui^is���cj-ush down  evesi love.  She fairly ha>ed the costly old .furni-  tiiire, ercts v,-hilu she' watched 'coi*ofolly  o\er its packing by the truckman,' who  were inclined to be impertinent to her j  about its weigh*' and her care*   Even l  Tlie latest in beating stoves. Burns  coal and'wood. Also coul and v/ood  biu'iierd m ofber styk'P.  A full line of gen  "eral Hardware  draw their check for"$10,000--and the  bank wbuldn't aooept'it. .Yonder is a  'man who.walked into Galena-aa, a  tramp  a year_ ago;- TocHy  He is    a1  porter in a hotel.,. Jlere comes a  man  jvvho'borrowedlOcentsof us last ;week  ,. to get a glass of milk. r Now be   wants  : to borrow 10 cents more."    lie'sa'ya 'ho  ^wanfcs tobuy a   meal.    H<?   dines   on  ��� ' lqiuid meals.    Another, who   was  put  in tbe lockup and borrowed money   to  pay bis fine   was', arrested  again   tlie  ' , other day and sent to jail. ��� He   could  ^.nofc borrow anything this time. Here's  another man who caine bore with   liiV  last cent in his   pocket.    Last   month  ��� he drew a pheck for $20,00Q.    He, too,  is in jail.    He  signed .another   man'  namejo-the'chdck.    Stub are the lips  snd'downs of bad   mining   life.   .Herb  , today, in jail tomorrow. '   ',  that were pretty in s'piifce of &11 the work  tbey }ihd bod-to <3o<;  it  could help fchem jsb much, if only  they wer��3 allowed to pell it,  '  6h-e *fc/t rv .bfiflty dinner at'noon-for  ihn Frafisoa .pwlletj it 'impatiently, tlw ��>'&��% fcnt wjwtoohaiwxl find tired  uwfty,        "      ,"        ',        " "    <t> ��,-.* fwff-wli.   1"* "ww nor till mid*  "Vou eowlda't aiifcru" %q mai'-i'v1 nsy  whole family, Dick, gvkn ii we'd let  you, arid they can't possibly Bpar'e me  ^   The saw null is   running. , Tho^oineller^ito   is   boingj excavate]  g A inillion foet>nogs are beingjeut,.   The 'brickyards are '"ttirm'.iV  out 20,00.0 brick a day. l-The spnr into toVn k '"being graded     The  j��^ stone quarry is running in full blasii  everv hand.  liuildi  *Vri-are;'vG'��i��g,'up,��on  'jisrJiQts Still the Same Puice.  SIMPSSN  HIS  ^*-��jt��.Tinsiimhiiijj u'\h\  HOLE'AGENTS.  Offices: Marysville"andrCranbrook.  City   Shaving   Parlor,  \.DqB'T THROW THE M.AWAY  [ t    ��� ���������-���      ���. .   /    *   ^  '     -It is just like throwing away money,  -when  you   throw  away    tbe   fcNOVV  SHOE TAGS wbibb.fire on every'- plug  of PAY ROLL CHEWING TOl^A CCO.  Save   ohom. aud ��� you _ o��i  Iio v&  your '  ,.choice - of   150  'handsome     piosr-n's.. 1  -Tags are good up to JAN'Y. 1ST 1903 j  .Write for our new illustraiul piemiurn !  , ���* i  . catalogue.    The Empire   Tobaoco   Co- {  Ltd,   ' Winnipeg   branch,   Winnipeg  Man."' '  St  Joseph's   Convent.  XKbSOX, 13. C.  Boarding and Day school conducted  as niaid-of-all-work and general maxi  "ager ns long as tbe money cornea in so  slowly and the children' grow out of  their clothes so fast.1- There I don't let  us waste any more time to-night'talking of disagreeable^ or of what can't  be."       , ,  ' "If your grand-aunt ' only hadn't  made such a cruelly unjust will," Dick  began again; and again Mias Danforth  cut him short.  "If wisbf-s'were hbrsen, then beggars  would ride." she * quoted, absurdly.  "My grand-aunt,did make her own will-  to suit herself, as I probably shall if ever  I am a wealthy old spinster and able to  afford dislikes;' and what is the uee of  ifs? Oiice more X suggest, ihat. you  start some'plensanter topic this 3nct of  [ our evenings on this pleasant old  i porch." ' - *  !     Apparently he obeyed; for their talk  grew low-toned; and her preity' dark  head  and  Lis  coruoly, t'nir one drew  quite unnecessarily close to each other  , as it went on. ..When he h-ft, which wnri  early,' in cone idem ti'on of her b if ey morrow, Xhcrc was the brightest'of smiles  ��� en .Miss "Dr.uCorth's face iis sho went into the parlor.  'But  the  smile fa-ded .as she looked  round the familiar room:    The'<-��iioi  tho mover was ulrecd^. ^rspon   it.    The  tacks were out of the carpet, and tlu>  hoolicase was emptied and its contents  piled in a comer.  Tlie handsome furniture���much too  handsome, and aristocratic in its stately pid-fatdrion for the cramped .little  room wiUi its cheap,' glaring, gilt paper  and worn carpet,���bore traces of rough  usuage. Prances stopped on her way  to bed to pityingly study the perateb.es  and dents on a secretary of inlaid ma-  Mi&WiGfllJ ltel*t��i-hd.3A*t XkU\ Sk,J"'UrJ f-0?  tile new I1OU&6.  Thentruelctnen, ^*lio had evidently bad  something stronger than coffee to drink  after dinner, and were in a hurry to be  thrxxugti, being paid by-the job and r  CENTRAL   HOTEL'. '  WiSS/.TSY OhISSIt Prof*.   ir     ''      '     . ',  Moyie, B. 0.  ���        ��     JIOYIE'S  LEADING  HOTlih,     '   ,  BOO!3  nogfiny.  All  mu j' The furniture i hod been tbo sole leg-  the | acy left Mr. Dna-cortlh by the will of his?'  11    j Aunt. Debo-rali,  an  eccesifcric old  ledy  by.the Siatcrs of jSTelaon,   B. 'C.  branches of elementary, business,  bigl\ class   education   taught by  sisters who hold  certificates   from   ..... ,  r       , 0       ,       .   T. ,       ,. , I wlio  bad  practically  aokmted, hirri evs  Lonaon . Boaro    of   Education   ,nd   a hoy^ ^^ himJ up - idlcoe8S to  Science      Department,      Kensington,   expect her money, and turned him out  JEu��l:iud.    Apply to Sister Superior,     j without a penny when be dedinocl io   j marry to please 'her and did marry to  'i'O this deaf.      '   - j please himselt.    '  A rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by Dr.; Nicholson's Artificia^liar Drums, gave $10,-  P00 to his Institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the Ear Drums'may  have them free. Address No, 14.1522  The Nicholson Institute,  780,  Eighth  Hie wife was an' orphiwi, with a pleasant "house of her own, which Franioos  f-.fi 11  rrrgretted, and h& h.o/1   gone    to  the load, piled the things on rx.i:ki8��s.iy  high. When SYances^veiitui-ed to -re-  monsrtrate, they were insolent.  Jaek. with tha protection of his,incipient manhc-od, 'was at the other  house; she, could onfiy' stand .aside and  pretend npv to potic.3.tiie haif-druuken  fellow's muttered oontempt, for "women's and poor folkf*' bossing.  The  load woe packed at last.    The  crowning piece was tlua beautiful old  inlaid soeretary that bad been the pride  of Mias Deborah's library.     As    the  horses moved under tboVhip and oath,  and tlie wagon btarted,"maid ng a too-  sharp   turn   into   the  roadr  from   ,.it.*=  v-aeked-up position  opposite'thec-front  gate, the ecJ'P.tflay t^NimWed'nn ite unsteady .   perch.��� tottered ��� fell ��� and  crashed in pieces on the sidewalk.  -  Tbe horses got another cut for^fbeir !  awicwar,dness, and without apology cr-'  oonnnent,  t��he td-ucl-^nen droves-hastily j  off.    Tb^y were to be paid at, vhk ire--v I  liousc.   njid   tliey  hoped to  gvt   their!  ntouey bx:j ;*rc rrjjws oi* their etvit-lesaness j err  reached 1/r.ero. j <n-��y  ��� To Pr-Liiees, overwrpught us she wur j ���'-i-i-  in inincf and hody, the-aoddent Beamed !  tbe last fati-okvs of fate. Sbo oat down j  among Uw'ruircs and' cried, 'with her j  apix>.n to her eyes, eaoceleas -who might |  soe bcr.  Diak Stedman saw. her afar as he  came, tip the quie', elrri-Ebaded street,  a.nd arrircd on a run in ids anxiety.  "My dearest girl! what are you doing?" cried he. "Are-you hurt, or what  has happened?"    . _.   ���  JIo was going on his knees beside hor,  but France** .stopped liim by rising witli  fto dignity of all the colonial D;u:i-  ua'thii, embodied in a very sinall woman wearing a faded calico dress and  large glngiiain apron.  "Don't 1)0 ain.rre.ed, Dick,-' slie said,  "end don't do the distracted Itomeo out  here; for. old Miss Wichitt iins been  matching tln-ough her biir.ds'all day  to see our ihLngn a-s tjicy go, p.nd she'3  Iprobabfly looking at you, no-vv. I'm  not hurt in the J east, but iny Grand-  aunt Deborah's writing-desk has had an  fieeident. and. is a. noble wreck in ruin-  noi  I. O. O. F.  WJUloy ;Lo<Jkg  No.' 41.  MeotD every Monday evening in, their  ha]] on Victoria''-Btreet, Sojouminji  Odd Follows'oordiolly'invllfirj,  J, S. JlAeUAOHBSjr,,    , W. L. DIeid,  '   Noble Qraiul. Secr'y.  rltish Coluffibia  nnanejit-  ���' fATfi  .-    (    The best of   acconimotiations  for the t raveling public:  P, J. McMahpn; ��� Mgr!  Moyie ' Miners'   IXnion  Meets in AfcGregor ball ovtry Tuesday,  evening!' Sojourning members" an-  cordially invited to attend.  John McDonald, , r,     P. T. Smyth,  President.  Secretary.  ID  A'NB  shoes;}  & '  ���Kopaired and Mi.de.t-j Order.  B; A. BMXTH, ���   Moyie;  ,,'   '..,, ,       f  si:Mt NMiVscimns &���. Macros*a1Ti'2 ~ ~  Moyie Board*--of Trade  Meets on tbe first Wednesday  .evening of each" month  at  ���   8 t<y]i.'-.']{'sharp in Lho court  '.h >U< i1.    '  / A. ,P. Macdossld, Pros.  U)AK' ANJ) SAVINGS  00M]?ANTy  Mie objects of tho company  nrn!    To' afford  a safe   and  profitable moans for tho s:iv-  ������   iug of amall sums by  regular  ,  inBlalnients, a's\voll ns foi i!ie'  investmontof small atnotinfa  ,      of capital at a productive rate   '  ,   'of interest.    To assist mom,  -    b'ers in building,ivpun-iia-,/jjft  or improving homes and clearing  ofl" 'existing 'incumber-  ances.    .  P. T. SMYTH,-    Agent, Moyie  L  . IvJCtthU'H,  Vict'.-Pres:  Lkv."I8 Tiio;  'ItsOJC  iTG-eixrmcxvr^s-^jK*-* ��r  ^��3fare*Orx��r>s��ar=rCTttm Afautacaijawcan-vc^  >��m   a  1 Director  ' i \ <^''��?. i;$i$  ���Halcyon. TIi>t Sprin;;,;. |  t  The most complete health re.-:orl (��n j  the continent of North America. Sit-1  uated midst Bccnery unrivalled fori  uT'inducr. , THE HALCYON HO'!'!  SPllINGS  Sanitarium, Halcyon   Hot, j  springs, Arrow Lake, li.   C.     itesidoni i \<-ith the provision thnt lie should for-  pbyhician and nurse,    Boating lKhir," ' fcit it  if he ever atU-mpted to wslL n  , - r��� , , ���' "    ;;iicle 7>iece, au��i 3iad bequeathed her  and   exclusions.      Telegraplno    cm-;   '-'^,u i    .^' ���  ^ ( very coru-jiaurablc torwine co a \.nats>nii  munioalion   with   all   pai ts   of     tin-1 |llul ^ireaily well-to-do cousin, Z&liodoe  world.    Two mails arrive  and   <lepart \ Smith by name,  work gaUaniiy to support hini��3elf and I o-"116  peTfeei.ion.    Behold it!"   with    a  his, and for a time bad prospered.   But I tragic gesture down at <hheruins. "Who  having no profession and being without [. ��<���-'-d deny a. tear to such literally fallen  much  busineaa faculty, Mr. Danforth ( grnjideur?"  h:ul failed to attain more tha.n a very  .rrderato salary.in axi office, while his  ��v.'fe had eairly settled dowai os ainild,  ciironic invalid, whose ooaistant worrr  ��� ���ver the waj- hor doctors'   bills    and  .-.���ihei neens ate into the family income  'b:l  notj improve her cba-noc-s    of   re-  "���-jvea'y.  When at length'Misfs Dciborali died, it  <vaa found that, she had left all hor valuable antique furniture ta her nephew.  n<< the bii-t of I'Le Danfortb��, oo-nple-J  daily. Teims, $15 io if 18 per wcek  accordi'ng to rceiidence in hotel or  villas. Its baths cure all nervous and  muscular diseases. Tts waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach Lioublcs.  The baths and waters are an invalu-  blc remedy for ijilvev and lead poison.  ing.  fxsBijevrcats3/sa.tusKTv:xvTn:  >*r-��-*/ui��wrMt*t'����*ra>tt1**3-����ewi  V  F   GKCTRD,  iJAKRISTMIt, SOILTCITOJC, VTV.  CI'iANBROOK,  u. c,  Mi*. Danforth had pMiosophie-'Lily ae-  '.���epted tire bituation and flu. furniture,  -selling off trie conunoaer 1hli]g�� he already had to fc*Llle some bills of longstanding with the proceeds, and crowding his small rooms with the richest of  carved oak and mahogany, most of  which was presently still farther dec-  orated by the jaelcknives and booitbeels  of his jrrep-rvMsible, ix-ys.  "Nfr. Smith had ]alcewu%, u*ed bis  legacy to the Ixjst adva:i��igo, and made  considerable met it of i.oon after accommodating liis fJanforUri couthiB with a  loan on their homestead.  Tho n^-.-rt diiy wr.s onu of ci^rm and  .-.rr'ss to Frauocv--., <��n ^^;..-.I1J l.'n, *,veighl.  f.i l.he household bnr<lci>o i.^.ayr- fell.  .Mr. Danforth. oil tumm*. had logo to  the f'f'.b c, Mid ..f.'. i     ."'i'1   ...iiml|<,  Very little could be dene for it, evidently. The h-eovy fall on the atoaiv-s  ���bad fairly esplit it in pieees. Ite spiu'dJe  legii baxl vsu.si<iij;:ed Kcrrerril eonijiuniid  fraeti:r��".; o<ie sid-o wm in t'pliuter-!,  th�� shattered drawers had fajleij. ont,  oth! hitfl (if df;lic-.'it'.; inlnj'big hey all  about toie pavcniont.  Dick went on piling the piecp.H  nicl.hodleally at one rvU-, then moving  thi? main pfi.vt, pici i;d up i-winc. jxiptir.'  and rose* to give iJitm t/> Fiti.nces.      .     '  "Your letter*-; \vi3t L*e blowing .tj!  about the. street if yo'u <]��&.'(.'takecure,"  h'j Haiu.  "fx'U^rs? TbeiXi wtre .r-or..' in the  dc.'ik. Is'o one Jias lined it sincu m;.  gnuid-a.unt did. TlH-sie mi.'.'.t Lt: *uui..  Oi hers, crowded ont of a drawer fin''  in behind tho fiaame ionK-how. ii aj^ii'l  1/e any  Inurm  Uj f-tte what  they   (are,  tllOUgll,  f fsUppOrtO."  She ufofoOded tht^on as -ihe spoke.  There was mi uninipo-rliajit rceijifid  bill or two, o, tfix Jii-sehsuieut of tbe yca,r  Miss Deborah died, Mien a. enieklinp-,  legal-looking sheet of par��*bmcnt.  "I, Deborah Danforth, do tmake and  publish this my itu-J v. ill and izr-ta-  U'f-nt,'" rf*ad Jrr.''PL-i--.. "Dick, it mnstb *  ���it can't be���it is -"nothcr will of her.;,  and in ray fa-thei'iS nuor! And ifc i.-  dated after the one iL-it dii inherited  hbn!"  The- Danfortih.-i rru^ ���  foi e liil't '���'>; i; '��� ts.'ld d'  iiunera  > and  Embalmer.  i Graduate oT Giiampion (College oi the  l br;iiiediSlates. Uphulstoriug an.il general- furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Dank of Commerce.' Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  voinif Movie,,  Ho. -1005.  ��� *. *  Meets on the lii.it Thnr.*.  dny of t'Ksii month. Vii.  ,Iting bretlicin invited  iontl��!id. ' ���  T.-Mui'IKEGOK, Ii. S.  Cranbrook,  B. 0.  r^sow^fsawa&aa-rjKua**:  SOIiKIO  IJIHECT   L1N1J.  EAST.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  LIXJ5.  o  wjsst;  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  MotliocilGtV Oliurch   ;  SF,K VICES      o  Are held in   Mr.  J. G. Drewry'r building,   corper  Victoria   and   .Tavistock  street, each Sabbath at 7:30 p. m.  Sabbatii school at 3 p. m.  Prayer meeting Tuesday evvuifog fc-i  8 o'clock.  The public are jnvifsd   and   wili   h:  j'cordiully w.eicom�� to  alieiul   cervices.  WX. oirKlilDAN".  J tf'\*#illi!!V , Mb*tf   S  , . 'WHOLESALE AND JtETAIL4  MEAT ,  MEBOHANTi'  ���  Fresh   and Cured Meals, Freah   i  -Fish, (Jujiie   ana   Poultry.    We  supply   ouly' the   best. '   Your"  ir'ade solicited.  ���      " ",'     .MAICICKTS  In   all, the   Principal  Cities, and    Towns   in  British Columbia.  __ '.CRANBROOK, B. C.  HliADQUAIiXKUS  FOli   EAST   KOOTKXAy.  m  in  m  FOIL   F1ME   TAILORING   GO    TO  Pastor.  .J����H'lujqMg*^��a��rttMjc��^T��*^.'-.-T1iV-IYii����--T'ffinni  H  via.  St.   Paul,  d en<"'.������ Tiiorf  11  1 O '  ba-  ii'n-  ��>oo Line.  Chicago,   and   all   United  States points.  TOURIST HLELTER SERVICE.  EAST���Leave KeveUtoke Wednesday,  Fiiday, Sunday. Leave Ivoote-  nay Landing Friday St. l'aul,  Toronto. Montreal,  Boston.  \\'KSr-~Loavo Reve!*-toke Afondiiy,  V.'tdnc-tciay, l1'. eh.y, Vancouvoi,  r.-uUlo, coast.  SteamsMp Service.  ')y. VANCOIJVIOK-Auhkii,  ll.i-  w.ir,, Oldria, Japm, Aus;ralia,  , Through booking*! lo Europe  via. nil Atlantic linos. Prepaid tickets from nil points  at lov/p>t rn'e,��-.  Toi-   Km ci,   Miij��i,   Tirno  (;,tv(iH|  Ticlret"-'   ii'id  riiii liilon.ii.tiiJli 'ij.fiiy liiKenie.*.!  boeiil  A^ciit,  <S G. Hlillcr, Ajjeiii, Moyie.  i'. ���!��� covr.i.:.  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating -  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE, :       B. 0  > *- ���,��  r bj��?  I }< I  .  ���*AKTI'I',  I ist, I'll-'S  .'eli Kin,  I^rilces Given,  and" Orders  Taken on  Evory thing-  in the Printing-  Line at the  Tho Leading Ladies  .r.ncl Mens Furnisher.  Clothing, Boots  a.nd Shoos.  A Full Stock ofjMinera Supplii s  Ahviiyrt on Hand.  Cai!   and   Inspect;Our   Goods.  &  m  ?OEA  dHO  bih:  d,  A^-'l < >i.  I'.'. -   .M-  V Mill ()',,_���.  HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO---  BA00A(!K,       ICxiMtKSS     AM)      (J|3NKHAl  Dkmvki;v.  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