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 to!��  -WTC-Sq  mm  ��  ')  $m  4, no 4o___ __, , .  TO OUR MANY PATRONS! 1>  /    ^       -V'  ..- *��� *Tjw  MOYIE, B. C. JANUARY 18. 1902  2 A YEAB  WE WISH THEM ALL  Sf  8  igfous  i  We would also' takers' "opportunity  of'thanking them all for7past "favors,  which-we have always done our beet  to merit.  Will find.us"putting forth still greater  effort to retain the confidence which  has been placpd in us, andT_o,ur '.appreciation'will be showjii by supplying  what overyone wants. Tlie best goods  at tbo lowest cost. The town is low,  but we are undent.'  , ?.      ,.,y."  W  company. ;  LOCAL   NEWS.  Rossland, Nelson and  Other Towns.  S  Fletcher for Mayor in Nel-  ' son, Olute in Rossland  '   and Brads haw in  Slocan City.  IV-  CANADIAN   BANK   OB COMMERCE  i 0  y *  Paid UpJOapital '>y$S,OO0,ODO.��f  Rossland, Jan. 16.���In the election'  for mayor and council here today -the  following were elected : John .-.. Clute,  defeated P. J. McKiechan by 62 major-  ity. Aldermar. Hamilton and Armr  strong were re elected in Ward 1. and  Alderman Mackenzie nnd Harry  Danigl_ were relumed in Ward .2. In  ~3  BROOK BRANCH.  TOERT HAINES, BfiGR  Iia*,X 1-uli.  X 'X \J   x  *��� . sr  ,'"' N; A. MacKe��zie,,; Proprietor. *  t jftotel for, the massSsT; Bveify thm % ifivst  [nS"everv;ir6Sp$'Ct.. .Sample Retains  for..  Couinib rcial Men.  IE,  British fioiumhia.  Ward,, 3, Alexander Dunlop, and  Thomas Enibleton, .'were elected by  acclamation. ","  NELSON.  Nelson, Jan.* 16,���The' .municipal  elections ''ynsterday resulted' in tbe  election of Frank'Fletcher over John  A. Kirkpatriok by a majority or 16 in  a tatal vote of 508.  SLOCAN CITV.  Slocan City, Jan. 16.���The elections  here today were hotly contested and  passed off with a greac deal qf, enthusiasm arid interest ,on both sides,  moral questions being the chief issue,  the result being as follows-: Mayor1���  R. A. Bradshaw 45;, A. York 44.  GRAND   FORKS.  Grand Forks, Jan,,16i���T. W.' Holland was elected mayor by,acclamatlon  owing to the retirement of James  Anderson, lue.ot.her candicate.  fc&SLO. _   __    ' .  JKaslo, Jan. 16.���The interest taken  ia ibo-iiiua-oipnl-electibn here today  was manifest by the entire community,  the full vote of the electors having  been polled. A. W. Goodenough .was  elected mayor over W. V.Papworth by  a majority of twenty.,  aietal Quotations.  New York���Bar silver, 55��  cents.  Lead, $4.    Copper,  $11.14.  London���Lead, itlO,- 7s. 6d.  Vic Desaulnier returned yesterday  from his trip to the Coeur d'Alene  country. , ,  it  Tat Higgins went over to Bossland  this week to cast his vote for the labor  candidate for major.  Geo. Horton, the,, genial representative of tbe cigar manufacturing firm of  W. P. Kilbourne & Co., Winnipeg, was  here this week and succeeded in taking some large orders for cigars.  Amongst the.brands which this firm  manufactures-^ is the Columbus Exposition, Henry Vane, Havana Gems,  Havana Whips, Kilbourne's Figaro  and La Arlista. They are all union  made goods. ���  J. J. Murphy,!).' J.,Johnson and F.  I. Moore were up from Elko on a visit  this week.'  ��� Mrs. Bennett is down from ICim-  berley taking care of her daughter,  Mrs?P.-B. Hope, who, has been sick  for some time,  D. M. MacKechnie, tbe mill .man,  while out 'skating last Thursday, evening met witli the misfortune of falling  and''dislocaling and breaking some of  the l    i'.l bones in his wrist.  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  Rossland Union Men  Favor It,  $  1  Tf  Report Says that the Mine  Managers Decline to  Carry on any Deal .���  with Union.  '��� The followiug dispatch from Boss-  land appeared in yesterday's Spokes-  man-Beview. Miners here'who lived  in Bossland and are familiar with';, the  conditions existing there seem o,f the  opinion that it is one ol' tbe various  manufactured stories given out by  the''antagonizes of the1'union. The  article can'be .taken   for   what   it   is  worth J  Bossland, B. C, Jan. 16.���The Miner  Cranbrook Herald :  Born   at  Cranbrook  on  Thursday  December 26, to   the   wife   of   W.   L.  Foisy, a son.  i.  '   " t- "  Dr. Greenr,who was looking after Dr.  King's practice during the latter gentleman's absence in the  east,   has re-'  turned to Moyie.  Last Friday evening was the date  scheduled for the hockey game between Moyie and Cranbrook. Tbe ,  Moyie team failed to put in an ap-.  pearance, and the Craubrook boys went  to the rink, lined up. and scored a goal,  and claimed the game by default.   ' >  , The officers elected for (he ensuing-  six months for Key City lodge! T. O."  0. F��� We're installed last Tuesday-  evening as follows: Noble Grand, S.  II. Morrow ; Vice Grand, A. K. Leitcli>  Recording Secretary, Harry Parsons,  Financial Secretary, William' Simons;,'  t i*  Treasurer, A. Manning., ,   ''  It is said that Gus King, who is now  in Spokane, will soon begin tbe erection of a mill on 'Arrow hike.  Lots on Victoria'"street on easy .payments.    See D. J- Elmer.  A'very  enjoyable   dance   was given-  at the Manhattan hotel   last,   evening.  . v.  -oMoyielake ia frozen over between  the concentrator and the loWfcr erH*>  and the ice was in excellent'shape for  skating most of the week. The upper half of the lake is still open. The  lake was never known to lreeze over  in this manner before.  will ' eayN tomorrow  V. DBS.1.0 r:\T15R,    I'^a'p.  Mm  ..-j  ,targe sample iootid in^connecticn  with house for commercial-men.,' Best  of accommodations.-  H��lk   Headquarters for Commencial and Mining  Men.  Mm      \ ;       ,     ��� -      / ��� .  'M&JflL ,,���,.>;   ^P���iTnl 2* '-="���" ��� MOYJE.'  MOYJE,' B. C},.  SMe have a variety of Jelly Powders which  KSIJ  I WS think you w&uld like.   Here ari  i>8 *'  Some of thS Flavors:  lit  :��$5&   I      (���>  [^bHOCOLATE  / PIHEAPPLE    '  ' "oiir FOOT  CHERBY  VANILLA  RASPBERRY  LEMON  GRAPE ERUIT  V 'Y.4,.'i.  - *- > , . J  M. Cod mm  vvAND^v  y M  Xlio Town (il lilko.  Elko has an ideal site for & towh.  It'is situated on a beautiful bench of  land overlooking the Elk tiler. The  hills surrounding are not heavily  wooded, aud there ,is almost a con-  tin uo.us level valley for several miles  down the river.'  Four monllw   ago   there   were   but  two buildings,  ^he Elk hotel, owned  by Geo. Hoggarth,   and ��"the   general  store of T.  M. Holbrook.   Now  there  four hotel, four stores, two drug stores,  two barber shops, "and nearly all other  lines   of business    are    represented.  Schools of blackjack aud  stud   poker  havo beeu established,  and  sleep    is  scarce in th'e  towu.    Everything goes  to show that Elko is a swift town, and  that   few   of   the   inhabitRuU   drink  wateri  Resident* nnd' former   residents  of  Moyio   nre  conspicuous  roun f  Elko.  P. J. McMtibon is running one' of   the  best hotels  in   tho   town.  *Pat   ia   a  hustler and has his place fit to J   up   to  dale.    He is doing a good business and  making good money.    J.   J.   Murphy  is conducting a clothing   and    gents  furnishing store, and is doing well.    A.  P. Geddes;has a good  stock, of  goods  and is doing ii prosperous''business.    J.  W. Livers is canyinga  good .line  of  drugs.   The dot-torhas workeaup  a  nice business.   W. L.' Foisy is running  a barbershop  and ja   Setting . ,aiong  splendidly, y Mr. ; and..  Mrs.    C&W.  Klingeii8ifiith'are conducting the dining room of Mr. Hqggarth's hotel and  liave all the business they can   handle.  Mrs.   dorm.an  is   running, a   lodging  house and iisr ���roprii.e",.dre always  well  Glledj-y^moni.lhfl/b^or^p.yie.pcople  now'stciere are Bev. .A. Buno, Presbyterians minister,   F. I.   Mooru,   D. >h  Johnson,1 Bob Johnson, Fred Irviug,S-  A. Spott,- Toni   I'Dgne,  Fred   Bctivei',  aud Prof. McDonald.-  ' Haudsome American Lady, independently rich, wants good' "honest  biuband. Address Erie, 193 Washington St., Chicago, III.    ,. " -  The McMillan r ur & -tt uui-ww-uorrv-  ploced their'price circular on;rile at  our office for reference. Tins house,  has been�� established for- nearly a  quarter of a century, and shippers find  their dealings with them very satisfactory. v  Mrs. P. J. McMahon returned from  Elko Thursday morning.  Paul'Jensen has given up work on  Lamb Creek for the ��� present. The  snow and frost makes it very ��� difficult  for prospecting, he says.,  ��� 3: E. Crowe has returned from  Marysville.   -  ,D. J. Eliiier wan down to Elko this  week!  W. F. Tate) the Cranbrook jeweler,  is better prepared than evei' to handle  watch repairing. Mr. Ardell, an excellent-workman, 13-.now with him.  .This will enable Mr. Tate to^ get work  out moie qirckly than befdi'e.    *    .  Next Monday and after the Moyie  postoffice Mil be closed at 7 o'clock,  instead of 8 o'clock as at present;  Kitglisli. 1'nrliairieiit Opened!  London, Jab. 16.���King Edward  opened parliament this* afternoon  wiili a ceremonial in all essential respects similar to that of February  last. The procession to the house of  lords was of the same character as  that witnessed on the occasiou of the  opening of ihe first parliament of  King Edward's reign, while within the  upper house was seen the same state  pageantry; the same "historic dresses  nnd '/..e same revival of ancient forms,  ifte: tobing, King Edward and Queen  Alexandra antered the house of peers  and occupied their thrones beneath a  cahppy,Snth the prince .and princess  of Wales an either side of them, .The  other members Of ;the royal family  were seated on chairs at the, foot: of  the steps lerfdin'g to the/tlirorie. The  gentlemen ushers qf,the black rod,  General Sir Micheal Biddnlph, haying  summoned the speaker and the members of' tlie house of; 'commons, bis  majesty >ead the speech- from the  throne.  deputation  representing the 'trades, and labor  council and the Bossland .Miners'  union interviewed the manazers of the  Le Boi, the Lo Roi No. 2, the Kootenay, tlie Bossland Great Western and  The Centre Star and the' War Eagle  mines today with a proposition to  call off tbe strike. ,,  ��� The 'labor representative's iuserted ,  the proviso that* all nonunion men  must be discharged ahu " on this condition they-would return to {work and  would withdraw the other demands set  heretofore.  .^-Tbe negotiations were frutlees. The  mine managers absolutely declined to  discharge any men or' to treat with  the union. They informed the labor  | delegation that, men would be hired  ooi-yc-a-Avs^^'sn required in the usual way on  application to the proper parties, and  that thlere would be no discrimination  against men solely because they were  identified with the union.' ' ^  ''���This   is   the   firSt   approach   to   a  e&ttlement for several months.  F. J. Smyth, of tbe, Moyie Leader,.  was in town Tuesday. He r.porta  business in general a little quiet just-  in present, but adds: "We are alt  right iu ' Moyie. :, We have got tho  mineral, wp can get it. out cheaper  than'any lead mine on the American  continent, and when the mines open,  up ngain Moyio will be one of the best*-  camps in Canada."  -\Yas-~a-n~~aaat -\ffalr,  There was. a very pleasant- dance  given in Mr. Hoggarth's hotel in Elko  last Wednesday evening by Mr. and  Mrs. Chas. Khngensmith, who have  charge of the dining room of the house.  Music '.was furnished by Professors  Beaver and and McDonald, violins, accompanied by Prof. Tim ColHns with  pianti. At midnight a lunch was  served; aud dancing was continued  till about two o'clock in tbe morning.*  Et waS the first L, dance given in the.  town/ and it is doubtful if ever "a  more enjoyable one will be given.  Pernio Qiiaraiitlritid.  ���Fernie is now -tied   up   under   the  quarantine    regulations.    No . one    is  allowed, to leavotho   place,   and  l'ations. with   the   outside   world  virttUly cut off for tho time being  re-  "Will liuiUl Shamrock JII.  London Jan. 16.���William^ Fife of  Fairlie on the Clyde is. to b!uild' 3ir  Thomas Lipton's next' challenger for  ���the America's cup. At a conference,  just held, between Sir Thomas and his  adviser^ defiuite arrangements were  made for the construction of the Shamrock III., and an order for tho new  yaciit was given to and accepted by  Mr. Fife.   Sentenced for I'rocurle*;.  Grand Forks, Jan. 17.���In the  county court today Judge Leamy  found Sim Galloway, oi Spokane,  guilty of procuring and sentenced him  to 23 months imprisonment in the  cuinmon Jul at hard labor. Galloway  came here from Spokane and permitted his wife to enter a disorderly  boiis'e. ..The girl-wife's evidence exonerated the prisoner.  Vrospects Not Encouraging.,  James Cronin", manager  of   ihe   S'l-.-  Eugene mine at   thi3  place was inter- ���  viewed'a few days ago   while-in   &pc-��  kane    by     the   ���Spokesman-Buview';-  The Beview says that  Mr.  Cronin   is1*  not optimistic in   regard   to   the ��� leac?  situation.'  His   mine   is  the' largest  lead producer in Canada and is one o!   -  the largest in the northwest, but  it it? ���  practically shut dowu now on account  'of the low price of lead,  y "We have about  a   dozen   men   a��  work on development, but We are 'tfiM-j  ing out no o're except as is encountered  in dead work," said Mr. Cronin yester-,'  day.   "The tall in the pfioe of Londc/t'  lead has affected  us most injuriously.'  "  A comparison of .our  financial result? ^  last year and in', 1900 shows the di��=\  ference.   In 1900 we shipped 17,221 .  tons of concentrates, worth $1,100,994.-'  45.    The net returns from   the  smelters     were     $627,414.62.    ^Bpeakinsr  'roughly, about 60 per cent of the assay  value was net; profit from the  smelter,' .  with onljrt-h^cost of mining to" be deducted. '   -   .  "During 1901 we    shipped    12,02o  tons of concentrates; worth '$616,561.-,  07.    The   net   smelter   returns   were  $272,301.79 or about 40 per c&nl of the  gross values.    If we'were shippiug now  the result would"still be worse for lead  has gone d'uwh.   to. abo'ut   ��10  7s  per  tou in London, instead of about ��16 or  ��17, which it   was'  duri'ig   (he   ea'riy  part of last year.'  '    "I do not look.to see any  early  in-*  crease   in    the   price   of   lead.   .The  European countries where we sold our  product ar's too poor to buy  it.    Germany is almost broken financially.    It  experienced   sucli   a   meteoric" boom  that now it is   undergoing   the  effects  of  a   collapse.    Englaud   is   poverty-;  stricken, as the result of the Boer war;"  A good part of   the   leHd   product   iay  used   in     making    paint.    Germany  and England are noi buying paint no\Vf  That is a luxury on   which   they ..aro  cutting down., The price   oi   lead   ia  bound to be affected as a consequence."  Venslon for Es-t'rosldoutrf,  ' Washington,-Jan. 17.���BepreseaU*  tive Loverin'g of Massachusetts today  ���introduced a bill providing a salary for  ex-preeidents of the Uuiled States at  the rate of $25,000 annually from the  date of retirement from the presidency.  TheYbiil 'Q to apply to-any ex-presideii't  living at tlie time tbo law is" enacted  A  I'JoiiCRr Gono.  There died recently at Walla Walla  an old itooumay pioneer named  George D'acrcs v/ho was here in 1864,'  where he was engaged in mining and  packing. He biib.-cqucntly s'etded in  Walla Walla, where bo actiuircd a largo  area of lutid. and became very rich.  He was with tho U. S. Boundary survey in 1K01 a3 a pucker. He was au  lrisliman froni Tipjierary, an expert  athlete and whu a remarkable foot ball  plaver. Ho was a member of the  Roman Catholic church and his  funeral was largely ~AiUerided.��� Pros-  ������ '(���pector.,       ���'[.'.:  A Charity Bait. , ���  A charity ball will be given   at  Fort  Steele ou the evening of Jan.   24,   the  .iioceedd to be used for. the benefit   of  i*   Victors Jubilee hospital of'that town.  " ,TiP'kets:trjB-l;e'$i.06 and WW.- :  A,condition of'things iu. Which tbo  laborer exists only for the pleasure and  benefit of 'tho owner.-! ul the means oi  production and dsstribution lr a condition of shiviiiy.���-.li-n-.to'.' ryi.(.;y:  k  ���s��\'t  1  r,  W^^^^^^^SS^S^X^mmsmEmmsm^m^^mmi^mm^s^ssmism^  --��.^7.v;M-^^'-H>;-f*'��\;.tj:y.nt^'sM,'iw<^Aj^ ���A  ������!;'  *",  *,  -*' ���'.  n wm mm  ������^S^SS^^^isji^^&^a^08^ B^ -Instant ieu*'-s ^  Uav-district. ^    r,  nAAZA   ��� fte-EiK>fKome-;j ��ATI* /Tii%.A    -J_   ^Vi   ��_: ��n> -^"M  Qf^oyieand^^t kootenay;---   .jnav^fitric, "^ ,   ���-���---  ��� i������-������' ������:���   -'     r ,.   .   ,    ..     -,    , T ;*"rpa;?tfa?^. "imimg.^^ha^s   west- thene^  1 ^' ' OfsnoeABO chairs north to place of  ,   ---'-. -BA-Tss-op-sDESGErynoirr-  ...f2.0  SATBBDAy-rJA^-XS, 1902.  listed Jan. l, ��902^  ''-so.     *    . ....  -M.  -  The Tafe'Right Hon/ ty. E. Gladstone  price  s��W:tf"NotMrifl except'j.thfc' mint  c-earrmake money -without.advertising."  iTh|5*;.Is. why Gladstone,is remembered  yas the qr^ruf Old Man,- a-" -.'���. : ,  NOTICE.  c0^en-��'tCet^tIllaveaPP1'ed io ft- Chief  cptamissionerox lands  .nd-'Wa,   Victoria.  ��, C. for a special  license  to  cut  and   cans  away timber ou thtfroUoirJng described  vacant  Crown lands in the  southern  division  of  ,he  KastfCo^tenay district. B.   c.   Commencsns at  *irnt tIn^00f��>*ty*lfll��BiWrth sidtfVM the  ^^^ *^.*^ '"<*   on  nent pur4 in all Casesfi  -'    *     ���'     ~.t-   v, ' .  -." J- .     -'    ���"-     ."   ,> ��  ^~T7*-T.��� - -���    ��� r,"   ���������  BENT ABSOLUTELY FR^E^ REGENT OF ypsTfj.  There is {nothing, like Asthmalene"  It firings instant  relief,  evenTin' fho  ���-.-��  even^in  worst cases.    It cures ' when ill e'lSo  ,-- --.>-%--���    f- ryr- ,-   ,>**  p-The S/r'oG- ?' ^EW, of /yiMa  Kidge, 111., uays':    *YoIii*' trial'boftle of  Aathmaleh&'recfeived  in   rood''���^  Macleortia-r-a-^/'img^," a   man  wlib haunts the-streets at  night   ^pd  ^embraces all the   unescorted   women  'lie rtieets.   A few  irfeliee  .,'  -r>^  6i %  NOTICE.  Take notice that I have eBp��ee to tbo chief  commuaooer of lands ^d>SV^ks', 'ViQioWa;  .    .    >v ;a'tpin'l,,-^'forasP?.CIa-:lice"setocutandc;xrryaway  Would 'do him goodJ^hjfcnk 'Sentinel.   Cr'vni ^ ������3%  dcs'Td >aCR^  Moyie's'B'u'emess men say thpy have  no complaint'to make as  to  tjip  bue-  ��*.�����V      ���;--=--���' *"����'��-i *��* j>. -Cotnmeiicinffat a  w�� Lrta'^ IV^tside of.Galbraith's   ranch,  y,��^r .^^ertjiemp^ for the cure o�� this  drtadftil and tormenting"Jiseag^, Asthma, and thought you"had overspbken  yourselyes, but resolved to giye jt'a  trial. To my astonisiiment, the trial  acted like a char'm';' gfgnd 'rriea fSjl-  size'bottle.?/      '"'"        "   '   *"        ��'���������'".'���'  Rev. Dr. ^oi-ris ^ech^er, ,  Babbit/ the jbtfng.    Bnai Israel.  New'^York, Jan. 3,1901.  Dit . Taft Bros.'. Mf.dicxnk'6o".','*"'"  ���notice.', "-    j aH t/o>uble0,whic]y combine .wfthAa*: ,, ���    ,  TflkouOtiC0tM(pmv d       he'-       j^ , .       .  cj commissioner of lands Had workS,-  Victoria ]       DderfuI" ..-".'��.'..���'<' o ������      y ;  \,^^^VJDBjlTf*V'^a,y^ -^^.^e'^'Asthmalene contains ��0 opium, .morp.bine; .ohlproform or ether.  Very tru.lv yours, '  ���;   , Sev. du. \-torris WE0H8LER.  Says Ella Wheeler Wilcox:  \peve le&iFtoT* alfth ' tbJe woridsj l��TloTZJ! n"d" !^ ���rk^'' vwAH  V.   i.r v "  f'    -J �����<--������ fora special license to cut and carrv awav'  broad bosom, l) timber on the following described vLlntCrown  Thw�� la food for all In tbo verldajl!ud8 in*^e w^ern^w^'J/^EM"  great atore; r,   /'"'   ^!\   J^^Ji^L!;.": ^mencW at a!  ��       -   T'. .   / 1 post markedO:Desaulnier planted  ah/m/- An��,  jPnoUgh ,s nro^lded ^.rightly  divided >.   ��nd one half jgalles cast of ffoohty ou the noHh'  fujrfxiurBrugs^  Cfll early -anil got a boiler choice.  ,Bo not oyarloofc ih. r   .  wo carry *Jair?ru8!)M> Cio.1-   Bnffi'^ Mni"'?",^ '��   '"  m^��J��^uj^e,bri.1le,.nJj,J((b eb0llyj woo^ or,i;4���*��:'  A, STE|��H^SB]Sr. Proprietor.  |Mine-raYlWad?uartor?,     Oood   ��<HM?^.Uo?".>  ^nl4��� '  ;] Ji?affl?��fl? ^ar? .kept in aioolr. '    "  Lake Sfeore Addition  '  Let each man take what he needs  nomovje." '     ��� ��:  *"  The sentiment pf the above stanza is  . grand, bijt the  poini of difier^pce   is  ^he standard by which the quantity of  men's needs shall be determined:  side of the Canadian Pacific railway.   Running  wesfclBO chains;jthepco south 40 chains; thence  east 160 chains .-thence north 40 chains back to  place of commencement, containing 040 acres  more or less. O. DESAULJHER..    '  Dated Jan. 2,1902.-��� _ 4_gg ���  XIEBERSTADT, JUBSTSUSM<t>CO.  Lagif Beer, Portpf and  "eer;Always on Hand,  auality not excelledlin the country. Try it and *'  be convinced.  A PIopB^r Gone.  ' -There died'recently at'Walls,  Walla  -an   old    Kootenay    pioneer   .named  /Seorge Dacres who was here  in 1864,  .where he was engaged in- mining and  packing.    He subsequently  settled,in  Walla Walla where he acquired a'large  area of land, and   .became'   very   rich.  He was with the TJ.'S.  Boundary sur-  vey in' 1S61 as a packer.   .lie  was ' an  Irishman from  Tipperary,  an   expert  athlete and wad a remarkable'foot ball  player.    Ef.e was ' a   member . of   the  Eoman   Catholic    church    and    his'  -funeral was  largely  attended..���Prospector.  Saving H's JPace.      ' ,  -    tihe���Mr. Jones, look   at   that   ini-  udeutman on the other' side, of the  ueot.   'He has been following [us for  (���lie last 10 minutes.,  Jones���Why didn't you tell me before I'll teach that impudent puppy a  lesson.  Walking boldly across the street,  Jones said to the mail:  ���''Look hero, Snip, I. am   very  sorry  I've not got the money to pay you for  that last sul,t, but you ought  not  to  follow me up and dun  me   when   I'm  trying to .capture  the  girl.    She has  got lots of cash and if  I  succeed you  will not onlj'   get   your   money,   but  also an order for a wedding outfit."  Snip goes off satisfied. *  Beturning to the young lady,  Jones  said: '  "I am glad you called my attention  to that cowardly scoundrel. I don't  think he ivill ever stare at you again.  I bad '. reat difficulty in restraining  mvsi-lf '"  Notice to Delaii^a,^ jCc':Owaey.  iVOtto P.   Johnson, or   to  any, person   or  persons to^hom he may have "transferred* his  interests in the May Flower mineral  claim '  situate about five miles .north of Fort Steele in  the Fort Steele .Mining Division of the ISk��  of East Kootenay, B. C., and recorded m'the  recorder's  office of the  Fort Steele   iiininkl  Division,, , ''  You, and each of you, are hereby notified that  I have expended one hundred and ten dollars in  abor and improvements uppa th* above mentioned mineral   claim  in  order  to   hold said  sn-iupr��l  claim under  the   provisions    0f   the  mineral act and if withill ninety days f^'^  date of this notice you0fail or refuLe to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising, your iu-  teretts in said claiiri will.become tho property  of the sub subscriber under sect-on 4 of an act  enutjed "an act  to amend-the  mnergl 'Act  J���0, >' ',     WiL GALLUP. ,  Duted at Moyie, B. C, this 8th dav of Jan 1902  4���39���3m.  O.'F. PE3AJJLMTEE  DEALER  It?  -�����o��� ' y   *  -pv    m ' ��<  - Avon ^prikcs. E. Y.. Feb 1 190J  P��. ?AE? BEO.S. MSMCINE QO.  ' '* '      <        . A  '������'     .Gentlemen:    I write this testimonial from a sense ot duty, having   tested  ha wonderful effect of your, Astbmalen.. for" the  cure  of  ��.tirn��,."L  wHe I .  -_=-_  nas been afljioted with spasmodic asthma for the past U  yeare. ��� Having ex-  �� ^^^^^S^^S-^^^a^^W-**^^^ '       ^~^~  )hausiedmy0Fn,8kiU'aawellaSmany others, I chkneed' to see Zr sien 1' ' ��� m> JZZ^t^lWW^^����^����WW,  upon,yo.Ur windo.ws.gn 130th street, ,yew York/I at once obtained ,-bottJe of  Asthmalene... My wife commenced takiDg.,it~ab6ut the first of' November ' I  very aoon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle ber'aeihrn*"  bas disappeared and she is entirely free from all Symptoms. J feel tl,at l" can  consistently recommend the medicine to all who. are .fflloted ' with this distressing disease.    Yours respectfully,     " ,    0. Db PHELPS, M. D.' i  �� ���-���"-^o-'-. .* y  DR. TAFT-BR.Q.S. M^lDWJJKB Co.   1   '  ' ��� , ��� ��� Fqb ,5 ^^ .-  Gentlemeny  I was troubled with, asthma   for   %%   years." I  have   t-ieJ  and started w3th a trial bottl.e;    J found rdiel sat,, orice;    I   have   since   purlj  chased your full si^ed bottl*-, and -I am ever grateful/-"'-*! .llaVe family-bf^V^Vr  children, and for six years was unable   to work. ! lam    now   in       J   best of  ���hea ih and am doing business every day.    This ftimony you Ln make such  .use of as you see fit. ��� Home addres, 235 Rjvipgton street.    S. BAPIIAEl'  1)7  East 123th stl, NewJVCntlcXSitjr.'    ' ."  T2Ut5&S? Is ^e��w *?? wel1 burnished  The f  MflVk&^S S^PPriLed ^^ the Best ;the I  "'fhPr2��*t*SZd%' TH?ar is Filled with��� J  the-Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. |  AGENTS- FOR PABST'S ' MILWAUKEE BEER:" '    '      J  '}&  '"}>A  MOVIE,  PBOMPT DELiyEllY. .  Queens' A^e.     MOYIE  TRIM BOTTLE3ENT  ABSOi.UTELV :FREE   ON  RECEIPT  OF POSTAL.    J  H l*   *        i   * ** ���  '   Po.not delay.,   Write at once, addressing DK..TAFT BBOS,' MEDICINE  CO., 79 East ISOtJf St.. N. Y.'Oity-  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.  Harvey   & :McOarter,|BEALE & foff^  .HEADQUARTERS-FQR COMMERCIAL  y     ."   ��� AND;MINING MSN ,   >,  tf, . -,-'    ,'"        ,        .      .    '    - - " "   T, BJUTISH COt.U��I��lA    S  ruani  s?^  FORT STEELE, B.C1  Harvey, IMcCarter & Alexander,.  FERNIE, B. G. "   ,   *   .  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. F   GURD,  BABEISTKXt, SOLICITOR, KTO.  Notaries    Public,   Commis  sion and Insurance 'Agents.  ESTfABLlSHED   1877. '    ','������."  *    ' '       , 'NCORPOHATCD   1898.  - ^        AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL,  $100.000.  _L v        OEA4.EHS    AND    EXPORTERS  CRANBROOK.  "Work q)\ Smoltor Kuildlit^fl.  The work on the vmelter building is  progressina rapidly. The weather has  been extremely favorable a nd in consequence Foreman McKenzie has  not  beon delayed at any time. The foundation stono for tho roasters is in place  and ready for the concrete. There aro  five carloads ol lime and brick waiting  for the completion of the spur which  will be done by Tuesday, so that a  train can be run right up to the smelter buildings. Tbe frame is going up  lor the power house below the bank,  and it will be completed within a short  time; The offico building is now inclosed and work is progressing rapidly  on the interior. The furnace house,  sulphide buildings and roasting sheds  are ready for the cor.-ugated iion.  The trestle work for the ore track is  nearly completed, and on every hand  is evidence pf progress. "It Is enough  to make the heart of any resident of  Marysville beat with gladness to seo  the1 improvement going on that means  permanency and prosperity to  town.���Marysville. Tribune.-  Mining* Stock  GET YOUR  PICTURES  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  OranbrooU,    Moyio,    Port Steele,  Will Visit Moyie on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,     ^EWIS  THOMSON",  B. C  Branches:  FOKT STEELE,  KIAIBERLEY,  MARYSVILLE.  iV<5 Ba L/.  Tor Downright Satisfaction,  Shipment after Shipment,  Ship Your Good 8 to Us.  full    Prices    and    Imme  m%  5a,  dlate Payment Every Time.  Been Established 24 Years.  Write for Prices. Make Trial  Shipment.    Convince Yourself.  CKANBROOK.  Daily market prices by  wire  from Spokane.  .��SAYIHK9  ?$A?**K*f  ,-. *. wysfSf'  i.lhldoso  ���'���i40M.ii  - 't-fSffii  arlomfii  - Eastern  ,">M(in  il&$m'  \'3*%^  ursipW  i.'Elirther  l-jf-^m-,.  -Canadia  aipoff-Gity  ii, 4St,Maln  ^m  -*��.���-  MSnHSSBBB  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  the  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission and  Insurance Agent.  NELSON,  B. O  Trade Marks  Designs    Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending n sketch nnd description may  qw.lcl.ly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention la probnbly patentable. Communion-  Mons strictly confidential. Iluudbookon Patents  sent free. Oldest npency for securini? patents  Patents taken tbroueh Munn & Co receive  ipectal notice, without clif.ri?e, lu the    "  Sciewsfic Jf meiicati.  A handsomely Illustrated wcofcly. Laro-est elr.  dilution of any Bclentlllc Journal. Terms S3 n  ^n'.r,:ni2iir�� 0ilth8> *L fle'dbyall newsdeulera.  M.UNN & Co.3e,Df6^. '.||gw yn^.  Branch OHice. 025 V fit.. 'Wa��Aint(ron". ID. (j.  Moyie,  B,  C.  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent.  NEW  YOBK LIFE,  y    ; ,  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,  .      PHCENIX OF BBOOKLYN  loauranco Co.'b  Eort Steele, B. C.  EAST KOOTENAY EOTTLiNG CO.  200-2*2 FIRST AVE. N.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  WRITE     ROR     PRICE    CIRCULARS.  Don't Rubberneck Your Neighbor's Paper.    Subscribe for  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water" and Syphens,  ter  "&&JCm  t'StoMaric  'atoafidVIili  lay, ThuiSsdi  ruo3tf*i,rlf, a  treaI,vToro  ^ist,'.-vla;all  Portage aiic  lally^.VJ.'..  ion, Lao du  hate points,  ���age la-Bxaii  SolaoaY'and-  ill coast "poi  ���age la Piaii  lormodiato',1  Swnday-.'.r.-.  lstonb,-'Neo8  jitormodiau  Sunday.'.5: ;.i  ilLako,,Yor  iato'ppintd,;]  rues.;Thurs  id City, Han  day, Thar/ai  Mon..'Wod..  don; Dolorai  points daily  linka'.'Alami?  pointa/dail'y  Brandon Yrf.;  Tuos., Thur.  aboro, SouiJ  points, daily  ostono, Restt  modiafcojpoir  Fri. via Briu  Tues.,Thur.,i  byshiro, Hir  van,Tuos.,TL  gn    Taos. 'JChur.  tna.S't Pavtl  ifc Selkirk, M  ruo3.,Tlnirs  iowaU,Teulc  irson, Mon.,  MUSONAll  Ufin Si MOYIE LEADER.  MO r 115,  B.   C.  He ��sa.  ft.  fere  siqiui  Mm  *t  Care   ��f ,  "est Virginia on one of the-  a little towil called Sawyer,  the  town   the train -passes  tunnel.   One day a nice look-  couple were on tbe train;  jever seemed to know that  anybody else on tlie train.  |to their surroundings they,  two souls with but a single;  VhJIe the train was passing,  tunnel   those   near   the.  gple heard a succession of sus-  "iaeks something like a kiss  fcseii echoes.' Alter the train  through   the   tunnel   tbe  came through the car and  "Sawyer," and  the  timid  &ung mail looked up and said:''  ive a durn if you did. We are  -Bristol Courier. *  Different   Bump.,  Bf.'ing  seems  to   have  a  bi  Ponce.t "  Shiloh's  that's the .bump I gave  M  _   I gave him  Ice the conceit out of him."���  ia  Bulletin.  ii  JVltltf  sag  TAKE NOTICE*  S  Cure  A woman's touch is ,,,0*.n hv h(ir.  washboard, lv-r ,,]arif. ��"n by her  band's pock<-t-?.,ook.  "���* her    htis-  testl-  intor-  r Jfi  ish   simple,   straight  not   press    agent's  ^>jn  well known people,  Lll over America they, testify,  icrits  of     MJ'NARD/S' IJNI-  the best of Household Itenie-  C. 6. ItlCHAItDS &' Co." '  i  itcd" States ' 'hafc' now   '  est Hebrew   population  *i-""**1j a J ow..  the  . of  ' in  - Cures Coughs and_Colds   '  :' at once*   It has Been doings  this for half a century.   It  :: has savecS hundreds of  t  thousands of lives.   It will  save yours if you give it a  chance.   25 cents a.hottie.  If after using: *t you are not  satisfied with results, %o to  your druggist and get your  y money bacfei >    .:.-,.    .  Write to S.'CWEtXS & Go.; Toronto,  Can., for free trial bottle.  Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects the Stomach  Many a man" gets to the top by  using the elevator instead of climbing the ladder.  MINASD'S .LINIMENT Cnres DaMniff.  The creature most tenacious "of life  is the c'6muioa, sea polyp. One may  be split into haJf a dozen.-* sections,  maJdnj-yas many .animals. ..They may  be turned inside outy-wheii they ap-  parentiy enjoy , themselves just as  well as licfore. , If, two bo divided  and placed"end to end, the result will  be a monster, having, a head at each  extremity.     ,. ,- *��� w- .. ���"'   .��� ���   -  J he best red  ^li^.,^   Js     "  po&d   of  fthellar,     \V-���,��� "COm  vermilion  and  a liu"..- ..v  turpentine,  i'.sliin.  Jon!-!  ]i   lif'<*"feller has  purchased  Brazilian railv.a\s  ai,  in the- world, the cost  coffee     amounting  to  weight per 100 miles.  oi  tlie dearest  carriage for  a hundred-  J��G��ly��9���-Xom but those who have bo-  ���o-sed, miser-  is gon<-, and  composition of Paraelee'* Fd��     ^�� th��  illy  The  Lncks are    now  being burm-d    bv  elfclncty.uwhich promises to revolu  tioniz<:   the   industry   by   gn  ducing the labor and  cost,  clay  is put into a covered iron mold  which  holds     1000  bricks  current  is  turned on  and  the  and  re-  wet  ,   a strong  in a short  <-une the bricks are dried and burnt,  aro ready for Bale.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.  Australia now breeds   considerably  over  double as   many  sheep  as     the  -the",   numbers being  SW/i millions. '  United " States,  100!;, millions to  CRYING- BABIES.  NJ FOR theTE��TH,;25c  tors, are tlie' pillars   of so-  iO people do for a living is  _ |fboots and shoos cause corns. Hoi-,  (�� rtelGorn Cure ia tho article to use, .Get  ;#   tltiWbnco and cure your co_rns.���^ vv,   ,,:  JaB^ronait1* tree, planted by1 the  i3||o||fWales,, now; King' Edward  "���Joaid, -grows , beside  Mount  the .tomb  Vernon. "  who   is   out,after   .the  ' sometimes ' misses   the  The  t ,<���  Cry   of  An  i   . I Sigxial  ' Infant   Is' Naioire's  of,"Distress- ���" . .    :.-  Kow?s This?  We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward 'or  ?? Va/VY f ?JiVlrr l tua ' cionot Le cured by  UaU's Catarrh Ouro. <_.       . J  ���or    ?,W* CilJi'J ?Y& c0" Props., Toledo 0.  We, tho ui.dorsi'r-e 1 havo kuhwn F J.  Olicuoy for- tiu ia��,t 15 year-., and lic-liovo him  perfc-cJy Jiomirnb o ia nil bu.Mne-.--. t ra-isncti' n->.  and llnanciajr.- nhlo to^arry out, any obli&atir"  tnado by (in;:; .'-..-j-i.  WEST&Tj.i:\y, Whole=2lo Dm^iits. Toledo,  O. WAr.ni^q,. Ku^'ak <fe ii^uvix, Wholeaalo  l>rn^gi.sts, Toledo, O  Hall's Catairli Cu-e h talren'intornallv, acting directly WWii th-�� blood--uid mucous surfaces  ox tho system. 1 rice 75c. per bottle. Bold bv  ell dnig'.'irit--.   TpMifiVMiialsf-ce.  llall'-j Family Villi aiu the bo*,L.  - Babies never cry unless there is  some; ytry'good' ^eaSon^, for" it;'* The'  dry of the baby is nature's warning  signal that, there Is."something, wrong.  Bvory mother'ought to get to work,  immediately , to hncl "outr what that  something %yroxig . may be., If tlie  fretfulness and" irritation-are not  caused by ext*eriorj'sources, it-is conclusive-evidence that the' crying baby  is ill.' The only safe, and judicious-  thing to do is "to administer Baby's  Own Tablets yvithout*, the slightest  I delay.*   *      . .�����        : A      r ,   '  ��� (For mdig-cstion,^ sltjeplessness,'the  irritation accompanying-"tlie' cutting  of ~teeth, y diarrhoea;,,: constipation,  colic, and' simple ..fevers, these.' marvel 1 o/u a 1 ittle - iiablots". Have" ' gtven_��� relief in thousands: of /cases-*and 'saved  many ��� precious ba.by , lives.. Do,not  give "a. child so-called "soothing"  medicines; such ouly stupefy and pro-  diice.}unnatural' sl-cep:'.'Baby's .rlO.wn  Tablets are, guaranteed to contain no  opiate or1 other harmless drugs; they  promote "soirna; 'hcalt<hy .'sleep "bi^  cause tJiey. go directly, to the root' of  baoy troubles. J . Dissolved^ .in water  Uiese tablets can be given to the'  youngest infant.- Mrs. Walter Brown,''  Mil by, Quo., says :-��� "I have, m-ver.  used any medicine for baby that'did  as much'good .-as Baby's-Own Tablets.:' I ".would not be without-them"."  Baby's Own Tablets are for sale at  all .drug-stores,"-"or will be sent direct on receipts of price (25 cents a  box), by addressiii-g the( Br. Williams'  iledicine Co./Bfockville,' Orit.'' *'   ���  In  the year  1750,the Lord  of London died of jail fever  'duriin  liii'-t-. of- land along 'the'  "��� ���    Hudson.      lie intends  "I'llion dollar-palacej con-  ^'������'l ei falls,   artifirial -lakes,  i<ii��-  road v.-ay,    and    when  banks of  ercctiri',  ;  StriKllfi';  inilcs   cf  comply, (j ���,]] jir,.Mm-jt lo his son.  It is a '.ii,   Uiiny to be the son,of an  oilocrat  UESTIOKEI)  M. B. COXXICK RELATES HIS EXPERIENCE WITH BRIGIIT'SDIS-/  EASE AND'DODD'S KID-"    -  XEY PILLS.  Suffered With  That  Dread  Malaidy for-  - --- Prfi cen    Years���Treated    by Five  Different    Doctors���Literally   Rescued  From, Death  by  Dodd's Kidney  Pills.     '<'.'    ,       I  MUSIC MAY BE MUROIre  on a good piano���tho piano is rot to blame .  but you can"t net uny music oue oi a poo-  pi -no. Jf you wunt a really good pLno a"  lowest TK:.--ib!o cost, fry tho  "'   WILLIAMS'.  'We aie ceiling from .'?2D0 to $."'00, aceOi d:nj U  ffrade. ....  ite matchless musical quality, ltd purity o  tone, its durability, all commend it.  All ma!;c3 of organs for sale, also som-  good oi-gans and pianos, slightly used, verj  cheap, ,.   FORRESTER & HATCHER,  Y. M, Z. A. Block.        -        ���       WINNIPEG  '   -' nidredgo " B " Se-wing Machines.  ��� oeeeoao �� �� oose&er, ����se�� ��,e'o ���ASAesoosoooooooeoe  Middleton, P. E. I., Dec. 30.���Mr.  M. B. Connick, the well known  blacksmith of this place, known all  over the Isla.nd as the"'man whom  Dodd's Kidney Pills saved from, deat h  as by a miracle has often, been interviewed regarding his case and is ever  ready tu supply the facts.'  "J had been a victim of kidney  trouble for fifteen years before 1 took  Dodd's Kidney Pills," said YMt. Con-  nick  in a rcent conversation,   ���    .  -  "Did' you know it was Bright's  Disease, Mr. Comiick ?"  "Well,  one day a customer    and    I  out   I was    startled, I can  In  those days,  y6u(' know,  Disease, was .incurable.     ,1  five different doctors.   They'  no   good.    Finally my .wife  a  the-assizes at-Newgate  fever was a form of tvahus. "  Mayor  caught \  .Tail  Mr. Thomas Ballard. Syracuse, X.Y , -writes :  "J. havo been afllicted for nearly a year -with  . taat'niost-to-bo-dreadeddi.sea&e, dyspepsia,and  at times worn out with pain and -want of sleep,  and after trying, almost overj'thinfi: recotn-  monded. I tried ono box of Parmelee's Yese-  tajlo Pills.   1 am now nearly-well; and b'elievo  they will euro me., I'  them for any money."  would not  bo without  Everybody is wishing they ha/1 a  pull when" a little'push is" the 'veiy'  thing they want.  The man who gets out the weather  reports easily 'distances a]l oiher  authors as a writer of fiction.  A wise, man speaks .well of his  friends, awl of his enemies he speaks  not at all. '  "When a man fails  he will  tell you  that he is a victim of ,circumstlonces.  If your children aio troubled with worms,  give them Mother Graros' Worm Exterminator ;  safo, snro, and effectual. Try it, and mark tho  improvement in your child."  The' verse  versatile.  writer is not necessarily  i.tl^closo connection' for Chicago  ������������|#^nd   all   points   in  arioJlpuebec, Maritime Provinces  -Eaitern and Western States .     <���'  ,'r^ad   Pacific  Coast.'- -* *^*  \3*%^  ursipm  iiEut-ther  Tickets via Great   Lakes-  Information   apply to  ���XJanSdian Northern Agent  ���$$m '   aiposr\Gity Ticket, Telegraph and Frolghl  },4Sl,IfcinSt.     GEOb H. SHAW,  m&��gft\' Trnllle Manapor-  'or-  011-  |T-"Wffi<fc*Sr-.  ��N PACIFIC RAILWAY  ftggpiME TABLE,  t'Stio'J-'Mttrio, Owon Sound, Ti  >at6an*dtV3i.ast via Lakes, Mc  lay, Thuisdny nnd Saturday   ftusv',Frf,, and Sun   treaLvToroiito, New York and  2kst,\yla-'all rail, daily   Portage aiid intormodiato points  uxiiy   *.<...   ion,\Laodu Bonnet and intormo  hate points, Thu rs= only *.   ��B6la-Bxairio,13randon,Calgaiy,  SolsoaY'and- all   Koolonay and  ill Coast "points, daily   ���age la Prairioj Uraudon and in-  lormodiato', points  daily except  svmday-.'.':''.^   Istonb^Neop'uwa, Mhmeclosa and  iitormodiato^points, daily oxcopfc  ijunday.'.5'. ..Vl   ilLako,,Yoi&tou and intcrmed-  mto'pointd,;Mon., Wed., and Fri.  rues.;Thurs��� and Sat   id City, Hamiota, Aliiiiota,Tuesday, Thur.and Sat   Mon.. Wed., and Fri   aoni'.'Dpl6miiio and intermediate  points daUy^5,copt Sunday   'Wfa^Alamwii*- and iutermediato  ^^"-litdailyioscopt Sunday via  Brandor*Isf--ii-S';*i;L -       -  Tuosi^Tliiii^nd Sat*. !!������". ���.���!.'.;������!.;'  aboro.YlSpu.rifj.taud intormediato  points,' daily oxcopt Sunduy;..  pstonoi-ResttiliV. Areola nnd intor  modiafct* ubiatS, Mon., Wed., and  Fri. via .Brandon .........\ :b..  ���  Tues.,Thur.,and Sat. via Brandon  byshiro,l:Hirsch, Bionfait. Eato  yan,Tuos.,Thur3.,Sat., via Brand  gay ;;v^, w Vvij'i..........:..-...   Il!qs^a:Kuiv.-'Sat.. via Brandon.,  tna. St.spaitl- Chicago, daily ....  ifc&olklrlcfi-Mon., Wed. and Fri...  Tuosii'Thurs.; and Sat. .......  iovvalli:Teulon, ahios., Thur., Sat,  irsoiii'MdhV, Wed., and Fri...   ..  ,J$&$��p' . C- ��. M^JIRKSON."  - SuS^Bi^bllP*' don. Pass. Art  y^Ssi$Y ��� -    '  mm-:-./ A---:...  .i;#l(i|Sgt������j!5f'.  IP*'  LV  10.00  10.00  8.00  7.30  10.S0  7.20  7.30  "7.S0  T.SO  8.20  7.30  0.05  ���7.53  l.dO  Jt.10  18.80  12.20  7.no  AIL  10.1.-J  10.15  18.00  18.SC  U.Zz  :2.so  22.SC  22.S0  15.451  22130  15.15  22.3C  .8C  13.33  10.0C  18.MC  17.1C  - When you say that a young lady  looks like a poster girl do you*mean  that she is stuck up ?      ,   ,  MIHARD'S LINIMENT "for Sale Eyerywliere.  The coming man  collect.     '    '" ��� -  has "often a'bill to  Gettlug- tbe  Musical  Pitch.  Musical pitch has a curious tendency  to creep up. It is said that Bach's music sounds much differently now from  what It7 did when Bach wrote it, because the instruments are now pitched,  higher/" In 1SS2 it was found that the  pitch-of high A at the Vienna Court  ct'x^ara" had - crept- nom ���* tlie prescribed  435 double, vibrations a second to 443,  and in 1SS5 this number iiad further increased rto 450.,  Accordingly a musical conference  was held, and a resolution was taken  to re-establish the old pitch of 435 vibrations per second. Upon this announcement the Reichsanstalt, the imperial physical and technical institute  of Germany, set up standard instruments and has since tested and corrected many hundreds of tuning forks,  shortening them if they are too low In  pitch-and thinning the arms if they  are too high.  All tlie military orchestras of Germany are pitched alike, and the Reichs-  anstadt' keeps the tuning forks correct.  This solicitous care of the government  In preserving standards Is onec reason  why the world now goes to Germany In  musical matters.���Pearson's.  found it  tell you.  Bright's  went to  could  do  and 1 went together to one who, told  us right out there was no use'taking, our money. I could not be cured.' I cfelt that' it was-all'over." - :  "How did you come to take Dodd's  Kidnev  Pills?'-- : -   -     " . V"-������ a'    '���'  "Well, one day a customer and ,c  were talking of the death of a neighbor, and my customer paid he was  quite sure if he had taken Dodd's  Dodd's Kidney Pills he would have  been cured. That set me thinking.  For the. -last' sipc yoars -I 'had been  forced to hire a man to do my work.  Well, I began to take Dodd's Kidney  Pills, and "before I had finished the  third box I was again -at *work. -1  can shoe a Jip%rse as -w^ell today as  ever I could, in my life."  "Do you 'mean to say that three-  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills cured'  you of Briglht's 'Disease,' of fifteen  years'   standilig'?" ���������  "Yes, sir*"'-that's exactly'what I  mean. I was so stiff and sore I could  hot stoop to pick up anj'thing���  couldn't put on my shoes. If my wife  was here she would tell more ��� about  Dodd's Kidney'Pills' than! caji."--  Mr. Connick is now-57 years old  and the picture of health arid  strength. ' .-���>���.  About; 450,.tous of gold, are yearly  by mani in various parts  of the  earth.  - . . ,   -  d"n  Yorkshire ironstone is the, richest  in England, y It, averages " in'Value  ten shillings a' ton.  '   ,  The 3 63 foxhound -packs in "England and Wales contain 6,172 couples  of hounds.  Too- any,- cooks" - may .spoil the  broth, but experience will"teach you  that one can-do the same.  , So rapidly does lung- irritation spread and  doopeu, that often in a fow weeks a simple  cough culminates in tuborcular consumption.  Qivo hood to a couch, thoro is always dausor in  delay. Got a bottlo of Bicklo's Aiiti-Uousump-  tivo Syrup, and cure yourself.���" It is a modicino  unsurpassed for all throat and lusifir troubles,.  It is compounded from several herbs, each one  of which stands at tho hond of the list as osort-  inff a wondorful inlluenco iu curii���r consumption aud all lung dh*oa*,as.  ��� It's-a lucky thing for the average  inati that he doesii't know some of  the things that other people know  about  him.  POWDER 25c  A  feet.  cool    head  is better     than cool  All men   have aot    reached a  old age when  they  begin to fall  ripe  off.  In courtship affection is often overdone: after marriagb it is apt to bo  rare.  The revolver's claim to being n sociable, weapon, .lies in the fact that  it never goes off by its'elf.        '        .  The dressmaker may  aid still not be mad.  rip   and   tear  Rich people are''never  aro just enthusiastic.  liars'.     They  The stage hand  rowdyism, but he  a scene.  is  not noted     for  occasionally i aises  No century has ever begun on a  Wednesday, Friday - or . Sunday, and  the. same order of days ' is repeated  every  20 years.  Truth   nnd  Uepose.  - A self denial no less austere than the  saint's is demanded of the scholar. He  must worship truth and forego all  things' for that and choose defeat and  pain so that his treasure in thought is  thereby .augmented. God offers to every mind its choice between* truth and  repose:'. Take which you please���you  can never have both.  Between these ns a pendulum man  oscillates. lie in whom the love of repose predominates will accept the first  creed, the first philosophy, ho meets,  most likely his father's. Uc gets rest,  commodity and reputation, but ho  shuts the door of truth.' lie in whom  the,love of truth predominates will  keep himself aloof from all moorings  and afloat.  lie will abstain from dogmatism and  recognize all the opposite negations between which as walls his being is  swung. lie submits to the Inconvenience of suspense and imperfect opinions, but he is a candidate for truth ns  the other Is not and respects the highest law of his being.���Emerson's "Essay on Intellect."  WlIIlnR to  Accompany  Him.  A poor old Irishman, with an old nnd  battered cornet, was making night hideous one evening In a quiet Edinburgh  square. A smart young "guardian of  the peace" stepped up to him and in a  very pereniptory tone said:  ''''Gome,   come,   my  man,',, you, must  stop that or accompany me."  : "Wid all the pleasure in loife, sor,"  replied  Pat.    "What, are- ye goin' to  sing?"���London Telegraph.  HI*  Confidence   Clear.  "Can you truthfully say that you  went, Into office with an absolutely  clear conscience?" inquired the very  familiar but unworldly friend.  "Of course I can," answered Sena-  to Sorghum in a tone of slight Irritation; "I never yet failed to pay every  cent I promised for a vote."���Washington Star.  Of .35 warships -built-last,-year in  Great Britain IS only were for the  British  government. c'       , - - -  f- ��� ...  For every-100 people who -live in  the country in the United' Kingdom  25S live in towns.  For Sale Everywhere  9  atchei  Try   our  Parlor   Matches. *  They produce a < quick LIGHT ���  without     any     objectionable ���,  fumes.     ::���.*..*;.   -: ��  o  o  THE  DDYCO.Jl,M&,HULL'i  e  �� .       - .   ������   ' ���  The Year Just Closed Has, Been the Most  Successful in the History of  T T TTF1  E GO. ���  .���' 'PKEariinft/.ixcoME  INTEREST   EARXIXGS-     v  INCREASE   I3T   'A'SJSETS  It Stand* Unrivalled.  .Shagreen, now made from the skins  of sharks "and rays, was a name originally applied to a-substajicema.de  frbin the hitles of,horses and asses.  ,The Iirijfn.esi yiowers must; fade, bat  young lives erida.iscred by severe coughs rnd  colds may ho pres&rvcd by Dr. Ibomas' Eelec-  'tric Oil. Croup, whoopinfr cough, bronchitis,  in short all aiiections of rlio tkraat and Innss,  are relieved by this sterling riroparallon, which,  also remedies rheunvitio pains, s rc=3, l-ruises;  piles, kidney diriiculty, and is most economic  ,rwan Jaffa  j ilioway &: Cliampioii  j   BANKERS AND BROKERS  1 , VTINNIPEG.  If we could see ourselves as others  see. lis all - oculists would have' to  work 'overtime. -      - :  Write io us for prices of'SOEIP. '  Get our Iiisfc of Land3.  Stocks asd   Bondj Bought and  Sold.  We can furninii the exact, amount of  Scrip for any payment on Dominion  Lands.   Do not pay ca=h. ���  J  -    c��.od.foi' Bad Tootii  'ISiest Bad -for* <Lio6ca-'3c--&efc��s.  Soiodbnt '      .        ���        25 c **-% fat  Sozodoni Tooth Powder*   25c *\Jf ^-g ���  Large-Liquid ar.d Powder 75c <&&^J^��  HALl/S: RUCKl',L.:^ev.'YorlL  Sell from tJlO.OO to M5.00. Made ot  boiler btod. Xo Hues to rust or  leak. Can't blowup. Guaranteed to  cook25bu.fec-din2 hours, and to  heat water in stock tanka 200 feet  away. Will heat dairy room*. Cat>  ulORue and prices mailed free.  o-J RIPPtEY HARDWARE CO.. Box 350  Stftl.S. i-��f y, Graf Mil, 111.)  LODdOi 011%  Tlie real cynic never thinks that he  is one.  W.  N.  U.  No. 358.  OS  Jj--OfM;-:A*6> ���A,~%r*vesf -tf p��y/ ���{$��/,  /���  '(As  60  /r-e^J^  ���SSSSS��SSeSX&VES^mSSSSSBS9SSS&  S��XKu��fitfuffnmiM.��M  saac ,5sar*;r5arpaacaiga5aucsc3g  SilAlUfclMCg  How many rrien'ara sufferingf mfseries for the want of a simple g  remedy?. The-yydo not live-; they simply exist. In the faces of g|  thousands can be read'thestory of awaited life and blighted w  hopes. Joys aod pleasures are unknown to them because theie. is  vitality is being- sapped. --' "Varicocele, wasting diains have exhausted nature's electrical forces and left them wrecks upon' the  shores of life.  Is the grandest remedy of tho age'for building up wrecked humanity. It fills  tho exhausted nerves and organs with the fire of life. If you will use ifc while  you sleep for two months it_ Vill restore youthful vigor to every organ of the  bocty. Ifc is the only electrical body appliance in the world to-day thut will in-  fuso the life force into tho weakoncd parts.".  Ifc is curing tfiGusands.    I caii.'furnish  you  with  testimonials  from  those  ���whom I have bt'iredi    Perhaps some of them your neighbours.  1  I am still wearirug it, and-will/tell  yo*t about the  result.     I have grained   about   fifteen   pounds,, andy.my  b:u:k   does   not   bother   munow.-D.'  ���CltlBBIS, Gu-e'lph*,- Ori.t. ; ���  sYouir belt  has   helped'my  nervea,  and   I have g-alned In'flesh, and my.  ioints   arc   looser.���OI*A.'ODB   COOP-  lilt.  J3ios   182,' Chatham,  Ont. .  Befare   uuBtosr  yaur-    Belt   I    was  ,  ^Iven up by   elfflit, .do-qtci-rs, and. waa,  c-educfedi'to 9S"pounds, aiid cohiliied^,  toi my bed; aa w��ak aa an .Infant.'  Its'  Is now five-months'.since'I   started ���  th*?  use <yf siha YB��lt,  and im  com- :  uletaly  curod,- amd;-:have: -rained"- 02"  .po-un-dis.��� T- ,Ni..,*.BlBiO^N,    C.o.lUnjjT;  wood, Ont.-  \ "'���'"��� .',s���'.���"'������-.'.���'     '���  , I rhiave been wenirlng- your Belt  nightly lor nearly a month. T am  uslri-ij.it for conatlpation, and I am  jalso applying- the suspensory with  ffbod re mlts.���W. P. GRAHAM, Pet-  tiplece, A'lialn." .-.-'.  ,:Th�� palng and -weakness have left  My-back,'and to tejl the truth X have  riia pains o-r aches at all since using'  yo.ur.Belt.--T.'J. PATBilCIC, Kockton,  ant- ���..'���-'���'���'���' Y   .  i.R If yotvralaayour health, do no.t.accep|; aii imitation of .my Belt.   Thero  %8 QldLotJ'lo, blidtorlii'r scorcners.'-wliorio' onlynierit is thelritbility to burn and  ^* off^reti wlthj* cheap imitation ofmyOushloufCloctrode.   But it is a sham.   Don't  aecopc it,  1*; nnno too frond when vou wantTOur hflalth, your rig-or; so avoid imitjitions. ,Ttie;cushiou cloctijbde is my special Invention.  it "Helcct?i? bolte^^ffi^a-Td htm hole^n ttUesh and can do no. good.   I take theotlier bolts in tl-udo  are inmiy on tho market.1  scar tho  flesh,   are being-  The best  Without  FR  '*&.  E-vory man who admires'-tho perfection .of physical strength should read niy beautifully  lllussratod.book. Ifc tells.how strcpffth Ik ioafcandhow I restoro it with my Electric Helt.  1 -svillsond thia book, closely sealed, free tipon request if you will send thin ad. If you aro not  fihofeian you should be, write to-day.  I \Jt  130    YONCE    STREET,    TORONTO,  Office Hours 0 to 8.S0 p.m.  'ONT.  *'l-'i  ��8ggBmiaiMMM^brff^M (?'  r* rrimrrTwnnn .mm > i in h n  aaax  Wil  '(,!'  '  4"  '   J<  .!.'���  ���in  " 'i i  i; i  ,l>;*-  ,l'4  ���ii-  ���j.1  .**���  (,  American Animals l��"or So'ilf*. Africa.  Tlieeljfnmentof Iioj-0e-�� and mules  to South Africa hy the Jiritk-h hliu.  just paj-fed tjjo 'hunilrcii ' tljoiieaud  ���'inark," oud reoui&itio^ npon the jv-  'mouutstrijocsfr) tk;s cor.niry for 50,���  &QQ mere has been Veoelved.    Thia ex-  ��^^6i>**  BY S?AJ. ALFRED g. CALH0U&  ���1*.     ** '��� '      *     rr"      i'   lJ      **���**-      "     1 -  "N o"o *���--���  portation-"of "IheBO'cnimalslB the largest   HPHE plngTiefirojrthe mining: camps i --,.., ���    .,  :.:-"--- '   -- . ������   I Am Uw-fap weei'w^re the bullies i    "No flfentjemai ever jlnntar alonel" /Eru*h  *iho \yov\ti bac ef er knov/n/ and  ��HMrmnr��MHi *Jf",y  " You don't, eh. ?" sneexed. Bed Snively. j  "X do not." , i Something Keal Horrid.  .    "Then I'll Arink for twd." ' i   Ethel���And would you really be will-  !    The bark eteps* hiipd*d ��ed Snively ingr iodic for me, George?    '.  a boitlfe and'ii"'^la&s. ' nali miing the t   George���Darling, ijwear it,  latter; "he'raiaoJ" it fcfcraxd his lips, but, !   Ethel���Buf, woui,_ you be willing U:  stopping' aa ii hi Jiadi BUjJd^y <*aJ��Sed aie of hydrophobia or   appendicitis, or  his-mind, he shouted, with *in oath: Bp'meiibintf like-   +J��at��   George?���N, X-  gta33S^rastg33Jgps^.iniWBg^  S������n���� fSIF  L>f ��� * '* - * :*��i .itfsigi  country  realest  pfac-  inllitary    purc^.aso'   by  'qnp  Vropi aaipfrber jtranksVith tlie g  'of any  kind. "Tekas "Jiab been  'iically drained/aifd'Xarisas;  Missouri,  ^yyohi!pjr{ ;anci'"'VtliGr fitcfik'' raising  state's of the boutli an'd' west have  been  ^o pearly'foepiqteci that'theJfiOaniinuls  *bf l$9�� bring '$00 t6day. '     'J" ���     '  aaa.deaperadoea' Who," imbriiw honest 'and with tJiis J1-3 "*hre!*r th? cblIt^ts  ���     j a ii       j��   , . .. i rvf   iha   n-1inK��   In-fo    A r-flmi- T,vciTI��*--f��ir��o  An Irishman took a contract to  din  a imbWVell.    When   he 'had'" cftig  '���'about'25 Jeec doY/ii,' hG oaino que  :bi"orning alid found ifc ca'yed in", "nearly  'to the top. Put' looked''cautiously  round and saw that no one was near,  'll-ien look off'lns bat and *<jqat aud  'burig'iherrrbn   t}i*e'rviiidlass,  crawled  ��� into some'brush   and' awaited' events,  'in a short'lime t Ite villagers disooyerpd  Jiat'the well had oa'ved Tn. and seein-'1  Pat's hat and  coat   'op    (he   windlass,  " Ihey supposed b,e v/as at tile bottom' of  the excavation.' Only'u. fey/, .Juuiro of  vbrisk digging cleared   the   loose'earth  from the^well.   Just as "the  eiitjer  vil-  i - -    *       -   - , .���    i.    .*      ,- ��  i   i  nagersjiaij reached the bottom ap.'I  were wondering wbere'-'the body 7.'aa,  Pat caa|e walking out of tliq bushes  and good naturedly thanked them for  relieving him of a rosy iob.~E:i:.  An escbange things that;oourting a  .girl ie like starting a  newspaper.,  Jt  "starts out weakly, tbpd hecom'op a tH*  .weekly, thfen emerges Into a dajly, had,  if he bas any enterprise and stick-to-it-  iveness about, it'eomes   out   with   an  '      '      '  - '  ^exlra about once a year.  A. condition of things  in  which  the  laborer exists only for the'pleasure and  ^benefit of tbe owners of the   means  of  production arid dsstribution is  a  con-  jdition of slavery.:���Horace'Greeley.  DON'T THROW THEM AWAY  It is just like throwing away money  ' when   you   throw 'away   the  SNOW  SHOE TAGS which are on  every plug  /jf PAY ItOLL 6 HEWING TOBACCO,'.  '>Saveathem   and  you   onn   have-   your  choice   of   150    handsome     presents.  Tags aro good up to JAN'Y. 1ST 1903  "-Write for our new illustrated premium  . .catalogue.    The Empire  Tobacco  Go  .Ltd,     Winnipeg   branch,   Winnipeg"  . Man. ';   .  j  :St.' Joseph's-'Convent."  .   '        NELSON, B. C.  'Boarding and Day school conducted-  by the Sisters- of Nelson, B. C. -All  branches of elementary, business  high class education taught by  sisters who bold certificates from  London .Board of Education"  Science , Department, Kensington,  England.    Apply to Sister Superior.  and  iho  the  and  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of ber deafness  and noises in the head by Dr: Nicholson's ArtificiaKLar Drums, gave $10,-  000 to his Institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the Ear Drums may  have them free. Address No, 14522  The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.  industry, lived- by gambling- pr even  wor&e..  , These fellows always go armed, carry  themselves-with.' a ewng-ger andfignra-  tively .drag- their coat tails on.-the  ground ai all times in tho hope that  some one' will -give them an "Excuse" to  shoot/ ' *  Pairplay is a very good name for a  town or camp, and Foirplay,-Col., isto-  day a thriving,'Jaw-abiding place, but,  like all western towns, it'had- to pass  through al} the stages of social ��volution from-the absolute barbarity'of its  beginning* to the high civilization of the  present. ������'-'-���'  ��� There are many men. not yet beyond  middle life who distinctly- remember  the' first hut erected-In Fairplay, and  >vvho retain',a vivid recollection of'the  first iiotel," the Great?" Westerni -'Which  "was c'ompose'd* of three-rooms,dne can-*  yas, 'one' log and the' other '-unpianed  jjbai-ds. '   Though' thia'establishment  elainie'd to furnish " "accobixnodations  for inan'n^d'^'asV^'it-'hatf.no stable  for horses, and all' it4 |odgers had to  sleep in bunks in:pne fooxnf while bread  and laacon constituted" the bij.1' pf fare,  with*'--now and then 'sugarless'' coffee.  The ".extras'!- were composed ���yvholly of  bad ci'gars, strong chewing tobacco and  Whisky* of a kind bo much viler than the  Ordinary'fi.uid that oile driniyof it has  been known to produce all the effects  of delirium tremens* pn a' man ixnao^  customed t�� % and(it always produced  a" homicidal mania in those  W^9   ^  dulged in- it a^ often mop.c^ a/WVei.?  ihos'gatlezryou^'this hgt^uftrtsfSi Up  fiXl Hit wincrii &nd icfiaistbra id ih$  vibialty; and ypu may be sure tbat It  was a constant resort for the gamblers  and desperadoes who always swarm  about a new mining, ��own like flies  about a sugar hogshead in' July,  Por the accommodation of the latter  class, with whom he' waa in full sympathy, and'with an eye to his own gain  -r-ho had only one'eye^-tke landlord of  tlie Great Western had fitted up a place  for playing- faro, and a number of pine  tables on which those so inclined���and  it was surprising' how many were so  inclined���could iplay��� that alluring- but  most /uncertain game called poker.  At this time there were only two  women in Fairplay, viz,, Mrs. Chamberlain, the wife of the principal mine  superintendent, and Lizzy Chaipberlain,  her daughter. '  Some men, wfth wiviea amd"daughters  at horne'-iu the states, ru-ther blamed  Mt.'Chamberlain for subjecting- his family to the hardships inseparable 'from  such- a life, but, had they known that  the devoted wife and daughter insisted  on accompanying him and sharing- his  trial's, they -would not have been bo hard  in their jud'gment. '  Arthur Lyons, a fine young- fellow of  four a-n'd twen ty, was Mr. Chamberlain's  assistant, and as he boarded with his  employer it was pretty generally conceded that he had "the inside t��-aci.-' so  far as Lizzy wbj�� caacerned, and that  their marriage twos only a question of  time.  There was, however, in Fairplay, one  man *who emphatl'cally refused to believe that Lizzy Chamberlain looked  kindly on Arthur Lyons, a-nd this man  was known as "Red" Snively, the first  name being given, to d-eei-gnate his complexion andt the sanguine color of his  hair.  Bed Snively Tvished to be Jcnown as_  "The Mountain Terror," and he tried  hard to ha^e the name attach to himself, but as th�� majorfty of. the miners  looked, <upon him as a nuisance rather  than ,a terror thi> name did not stick  to any great extent.   "  Red Sniv.ely was a ewa.ggering, ever-  armed braggart. He was supposed to be  a silent partner in the Great Western  hotiel, and it was a-'majfer e*** notoriety  that all the gambling features of the  of the glass into Arthur Lyons*-^ace.  The unexpected axploeion' of a. bomb  could not* haTo causedgTehter oonatexr  nation than did this unwarranted) pet.  Men leaped from"the cables and! sought'  places of safety- f pr such an insult they  felt must be'follonpved' tiy imanediate.  shooting, "   '���-; y--.-'-  Bed Snively expectedito us��ahis pistol,  for he'drew it, bift before he cbuld'firo,  Arthur" Lyons'sedaed the'arm that held  the   pistol with hisleft hand, and with  his own right he planted, a' bl-pw between the ruffian's red eygs that caused  him tofall as ifa bullet had been senj.  through hia brain.'   ,-*.'���*'  ' "No more fighting here," 'shouted a  number of 'meqo, 'rushing in between  Arthur and the man whom the'landlord "of the Groat'Wcistea-p. was helping  from''the flobri  ^'If tliere!a to be shoot-'-  in' lei' it me dbne' fair ami! square bwp-  Mde tinder the rifles of t'he code; and hot  in, o.'crbjyde'd Tsar whdf innocent'men  may get popped over."'" '  r"    '���   "''  '   f.'J agree tb'tbktl" roared Eedpnive-  ly, fwi).o- had now recovered) himself.  "Landlord-, you'll act 'ai my secpfwi." ���  -��� "m do. that an<J t^ke' your place jf  you gp down,!'  replied the landlord;  who rwasonly little less of a brute then  the" man he Tcos'cha'mpibning., :    '";������"  "And' I'll act 'for this' gentleman,!?  ijaid a'toll man,,who bad been-'pitting  unnoticed since-he'feaclieid the? place,  a fe-w hours before. ?vith the mail-car-,  rie'r.   He had a long, black' beard, hi5  hat' w<w_alouch'ed, in^ i'i's'pbat'cgllar-  iurne^l jip eq .^^ but'l}ti}Vofihi^jice,  cou'iti & s$S8<; but %}mH v?sa i&it In Vie  iookewti<j�� ihftl St* ^s* ao ^oniljua^y  parson. '  Aa the ��ftrang��r took his place beside Arthur, who acknowledged! the offer by a courteous bo^y-* te drew; from  under hia* coat two reyolyers and he  held t!hem'_with t'he peculiar grip of a  ��ole?s Hot  IfeaterSo  TCbe latest, in   heating stoves.    Burnt,  coal and  wood,'   Also  cofil and "wood  '  - .���  i. .I ��� * ���     ���     t -  burners in other styles.  A full line pf general Hardware.  VBi^TlKPi.iilIOns ana ��PJ*��ii��l>Inc.  ^^    ..." /.'  - s   ��� 4.   ,\       ,    r, ,J--.ll'"i  axrsjNisssjs b'oomib^ ih  vj  r^'he ciiw  ' f,    '  -iijll ie   riilining.    T|)o\fi|ntdter  ���^  A tnillion fcet^oUogs are being'cuU    The  out SO.QOQ brick a day. i/Plio spur into town is  l:ciii|:  \ ston'e quarry iariinnjiif; in ful! l.'ln^t.    JJuiMjng^' it|-c  everv hand,       ���        '      '      ��� '        , 'A  tiitp    IB    lidlig   c-Te-,..;:ii.  brick   y-.irds aru   in;;-;  grad'.-d " 'j  i/.I  w*fwa'WaiMjM  City   Shayiii^   Parlor,  ,     , CENTKAL ''HOTEil.   '.  trashy OLfKP, P?or.'  MoyiKi B. 0,  Halcyon Hot Springs.  The most complete health resort on j establishment ^er�� under his immedi-  thc-continent of North America. Sit-  ua'tcd midst scenery uniivailed for  uranduer. THE HALCYON HOT  Si'JUNG-S Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot-  springs, Arrow Lake, B. 0. Resideni  pbysicii'n and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursions. Telegraphic * communication with all parts of tin-  world. Two mails ariivo and depart  daily. Terms, if J 5 lo -iUS per week  iiccordiiig to residence' in hotel 01  villas.    Its baths cure all   nervous arid  muscular diseases.    Its waters heal all  kidney,   liver   and   stomach   troubles.  Tbe baths and waters t are   an  invaln  ble renudy for silver and lead   poison.  iiif-C.  ate charge.  .He claimed Missouri as his home, and  man who'knew how to use them.  f'Have you a good-piertol?" asked the  stranger, as, h6" took Arthur's erm and  ledl him out of the hotel in'the direction  Bed Snively had1 taken. -       * 1;  *'I have not," replied Arthur.  '    "Then take'this.'  It is loaded, and has  &��� fine hair trigger.-   Are you & good  <3hot?V "       '���  - Arthur took - the piatol the'stranger  handed him. and replied:  "I am not, and so you must place thhi  man, so close to, me,that his superior  skill will not result to my disadvaj>  tage."  ,  "Leave the whole thing to me, and do  not interfere, 'no matter what I propose," said the stranger, pressing the  young man's arm.  Y  "You appear to be a gentleman, and I  will do ns you say," replied Arthur.     ��  The crowd in the bar came out in the  rain to.see the duel, air taking cere to  be out of range. c   ' %  "I propose," said the landlord, "that  vro place our men. at^ten pa-ces with revolvers, we seconds '11 toss up for the  word, and then they're to fire and keep  firing till one or the other goes down.'\  "I'll do nothing of the kind," replied  the stranger, in tones that evinced coolness and determination  pointing to Snively with hia revolver,  "is a good shot; my man is not. I propose they shall shoot across a pocket  handkerchief, or let only" one pistol be  used; we'll draw lots to see which man  shall, take it. Are 3-ou agreed?" he  asked, turning to Arthur.  "I agree to whatever you say���"  "But I don't!" shouted Red Snively.  "This ain't to be a murder, but a duel."  "A murder!" cried the stranger, striding toward the bully. "Do you dare tu  speak of murder?"  "I want a fair fight," replied Snively.  "A fair fight is impossible without an  equality of skill and force. You would  not fight, you cur, if you did not feel  that you had all the advantage on your  ��ide," said the stranger, with stinging  contempt. , L  "Mebbe you'd like to change places  .Sfcwssassss  MOVIE'S JS.AOISQ  HOTEil  oofenay  ' lu   The beet of  accommodations  .  '     for the (raveling public,  P."J. McMahon, Mgr.  irLote Still the, Sam** Pricti.  *.   ' t 1  ���    -SIMK9K> HUTCHISON,  fiOLE agmm  pffices) Marysville and Oranbrook.  4  I p. 0. f=:  Wlldey Lodjro 'Np. 4 I*  Meets pvory JJd'tiday evoplng iq   their  hall  on Yiotprln stfoot,, gojourninu  Odd Pflllofra oofdially liu'{t��ci.   ,,  J. S. afACBAOMKBW. "       W. L. KeIU. ,  .Noble Gr.ind, Secr'y.  British Columbia  Penjiai  BOOTS ��� AND    SHOES  v*-    ,      '  '��� '  ���Repaired and Made to Order.  R'. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  NEAR ISIacEaCIIRKN & MaCdoiijlijv!   Moyie,   Miners'   Uiijon  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    members   are  cordially inviiod to attend.  �� , ,       ,.  Johjj McPonap), F. T. Smyth,  .  President. ���  Secrfetarv.  OHAS..P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  1 o  and  Embalmer:  this bully/i j Graduate of Ohampioii College of the  United Stales. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. 'Office, and  store, Aiken's block, near, Canadian  Bank of Commerce. .Telegraph -and  nmil orders promptly .attended to.  when be -became co^fldential-Avhich j    ith your"man�� said.the landlord of  ItfwnSr 7 6n "^S^T;Tt ��� the GLt Western. '  goin^r against him-he^would hint that 1     (lrrv���+ t]   what I proposed to do  he was forced to come west "owin' to a~i T"~ * "*"lS exactJ> wnaL L proj-  ^ ..~~ ���  little cuttin' scrape" hehad- over, a game  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Wj&mw>\���* .        Designs  7yYv* Copyrights &c.  Aiivone sending a alcctoh and description maj  nnlelcly iiscertoln. our.opinion free whether an  iinreiitioii ia probably patentable. Comraunicft-  tiona strictly confldontlal. Ilanabookon I'atents  -i--;;tfree. Oldest acency foraccurincpatents.  >nl.enta taken throuuh Munn & Co. receive  fvecial notice, vfitliout charge, in tho.  '/��� f>:iri(lnoinely lllustr.'tted wceitly. .I.arccst clr.  ' r-Hli'lioil ��t anv aciuntillc Journal.-  Terms, $3 a  vc-i<''' I'-iiit' flaohths, $1. He d Uy all newBtlnalera.  Brnnoli Office. 025.3? St.. vraahinuit"., D. O.  of cards.  With the brazscn elrrontery of his.  class, Red Snively made himself very  objectionable to Lizzy Chamherlain by  Ms disgusting attentions; so much so,  indeed1, that she dreaded to venture out  unless accompanied by hor father or  Arthur Lyons.  On one occasion the latter told Sed  Snively very emphatically that his con-  ; duct was disagreeable toMiss Chamfber-  ! lain, and that it must be stopped, and  j this waa said with such calm emphasis  : that iho Ibully was not left in any  i doub'b as to the young man's- meaning  I nor of his -dotelimination to enforce his  l request,.  j In addition to its many other uses the  j Great Western was tJhe post office at  j which the weekly���more often the  ' monthly���qn'ail was delivered.  j On-e rainy afternoon aftte'r the mail  .; ha)d come iri Arthur Lyons went up to'  ; get tft-eever-nyeksomeletters and-papers  j from the east. :  j While he was lean-tag against the  ! damp bar waiting for the man behind-  j it to look over the addn-esGos of the  j parcels that had; come by post, he felt  |.a heavy hand on his'shoulder, and at  j. the same time he hea'ra Eed Snively  1 saying-, in a1 mocking, bantering toiue  that meant miscief:  "Come,  Lyons, join me and; we'll  drinik to the health of the beauty, of  Fairplay."' '.  b  Cranbrook,  B. G.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meetiri oif the first Wednesday   ,  evening uf each  mouth at  t   r t  S o'clock sharp in the court  1 l  '    "'    house.       ,'  ���        A. F. Macuoka^d, Pies. ���  A..Dickers,     ���   Lewis Thomson',  Vice-Pre?. , .    -See'v  COUUTJIOVIE.  x     1X0. 4O05.   ���*   '   "  Jleetsipn the lfij>t Tliure  day of enuli inoiith. Vjs.  King brethern inviteO  to alttiiid.  LOAN AKI) BAVIKG3' OOMPAN',^  TbaobjeDtfl'of the flonipi)? S  nrfli' To aflbrd n BAfe dud  profitable moans for tlie eav-  ihg of smrtH'attma by roguUr  ii'ldtaluieh's, lu'jycll Mb fur <.Uj  'Investment of small nmoujiij  ' of capital at a productive r.\h  of interest. To aesist mv;i;-  berg in building,'pHrciMiii';^  , or in)proving homesamlah-nr-  ing ofl' exisling; incumber-  anoes.  P. T. SMYTH,' .'Agent, Moyie  t. ssivni, c  G. T.-McGUKGOK.lt. ?.  WIIOJ.KSAJ.E AND nEttAU.  MEAT  ' MERCHANTS  .KrebU   and Cured Meats, 'Fresh  Fisii, G-iune  ana   Poultry.    Wg  supply   only   the   best. --Youf  c"   trade solicited.  -  HAUKET.S  In, : all   the   Principa)  Gities and    Towns  m  m  i from the first," saitl the st j. u,nger. This  Is my fight," he added, turning to Ar-  thpx Lyons. "Hear me out. I have been  searching for this murderer for a year,  and now, a-f ter a bunt of 10,000 miles, I  have him under my pistol, and no man  can firo at him till I have squared pay  account." .  "Who are you?" demanded Snively,  his countenance purple and his thick  lips trembling with excitement.     ,'      j  "I am George Pierce, the twin brother j  of Ilenry Pierce whom you murdered in !  St. Louis one year ago." j  The strang-er threw oil his cloak and  false beard, and stood before the cowed  desperado���Hyperion facing a Satyr.  "Stand back, men, and let us have i t  out. Coward and murderer though this  Snively is, I will giveYhini a chance for  his vilelifo���"  The .men.; dropped back and Snively  suddenly raised his pistol and fired.  He was in the act of cocking hispistol.  again, when thooyoung stranger rais-ed  his arm.  A crack, a puiS of silvery smoke and a  crimson spot in the center o<�� the man's  forehead, who,lay dead before the barroom door.       - ��� ,'. .  One hour after ih'JEj'Georg* Pierqo  shook hands with Arthur Lyons and  rode away from the mountain camp. A;< ���  SCENIC  DIRECT' 1JNE.  'EAST.  Winnipeg     ' ,  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  Now York  LINE.  LOWEST  KATKS.  WEST.  Vancouver  Viccoiia  Seattle  Portland  8nn Francisco,  Methodist Church  SERVICES  Are held in   Mr.  J, C. Drewry'3 build  ing,   corner   Victoria   and    Tavistock  street, each Sabbath at 7 :30 p. m.  Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  Pr.iyei iin'Oiing Tuesday evening ut  S o'clock.'.  The public aro invilcd   and   will   ')������  cordially welcurne  lo   attend ,servicei  W. L. SHEJIUDAN.  Pastor.  British Columbia,  ��� CRANBROOE, B. C��  UKADQIIAItTKUS   FOIi   EAST    KOOTK.VAY."^  FOR   FJ^E   TAILORING   GO   TO  n  twkv  tewm  U'firtyggk.  Via. Soo i^ine.  St.   Paul,   Chicago,   and   all   United  States points.  TOURI.ST SLEEPER HERV10E.  E.'\'-5'i'-���Lcave Rcvclstoko Wcdnesd/iy,  Kridaj', Sunday. Leave K,ooto-  n.iy Landing Friday St. Paul,  Toronto, Montreal, Boston.  WEST���Leavo Kovolstoke Monday,  .Wednesday, Friday, Vancouver,  Seattle, coast.  Steamship Service.  FKOMyVANCOUVER^Vlaska, Ha-  ws.ii, China, Japan, Australia',  ���     Through bookings to, Europe'  via. all Atlantic   lines.    Pro-    Y  ���paid tickets, from    all points  ,'at lowest rates.  For   Rates, YMapH,  Tiinc- Cards,  Tickets- a-art,l  ���'"���' Full Information apply to Nearest bo.cal |  Accnt, '"-.. -   j  Qv.HIIIJB?,'Agent, Moyie.       ���.';   '  MBECHANT   TAILO&m  Vi  *ty,4  <sFine   Suitings,    Overcoating  <Trous<,rf��,   Imported.   Goods.  MOYIE,  n  Prices GiveK  and.!; Orders  Taken on  .Everything,  in the Printing  Line at the  , b;&mM  A>'^mk  ��� -'���" y'.^'f^  NMh  ���    m  0.  The Leading Ladies  and Mens Funrishw.  Clothing, Boots  and Shoes,  .-V Kull vStock of Miner.** *-'ur|>l:'-  Ahvsiys on Hand.  "���,S.A��1"-W'  ���' ;-}T>iri'li.,��  V:  Call  and  inspect"Our   Goods  i^TragB*?:  ~~-���. "j. .'. ���  .���*.*-sASst-,<i<  -*...*'i'>-.>.iM  A.ivA&h  ���f,  i CAItTI'-.R,  pist, Pass. Agt,  Nelson,  K, J. COYLK,  Ass't-Gcn. Puss, a^i  Vaiinovoi-,  I  .-.'������ ���FOR��� '-.-  HEAVY TEAMING- ������'���  y/   .-. ��� ALSO���    ., ;  Baoqacik,     Expjnc.ss   and    Gun"1'  . Delivery.  ��� MOYTB  1 r  >


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