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 ^���<gz^^^^&&&&g0*  V7E WJSJi THEM AJX  .-:^-i.-:!^!>i  \>Tl A I  Sf2  &.   .J^Y*^ 15-C.jJASUARY 25. 1902  ��� OTDitfr     "      "'" "  fl  ' SS A YEAR  3,'i Brj  .-,3 .=-3 g      rva   r.-v  '���   5 ���*  cl   as  fyi r     Mrs 2 '���  una ^  Late  wt ��� from  ^We v/odd'aico takiythis "opportunity  of tV)ahkiue:Uietn'iill for 'past'favors,  which" we have always' done  our  beet  ���   to nierit.; ,  , Will find us piittingforth still gfeat<ir  effort'to retain' the''confidence^ which;  has been placed "in us, and our" npo-o-  ' cistion will ho' ,sbow'u by'rap ply ing  what everyone wan lo. The best 'goods-  at the West cost." Tho town ti low,  but'wo aie uuder it/'-.  C0MHBRC6.  . '    ������*        ,*���  i  Paid tip OapitM /:$3,033,03D/rV    \ .' ������  I00K.BJHCH/       ...     .\ "'���    HUBERT HAINES. MGR  Roisland Says so, *  lIBSTlbli WAS TOTBD ON  Much -Pleasure Expressed at  the Courteous Manner in  Which Union was    '  ' Received.  Rossland,, January 23.���The result  of the ballot taken loday. as to Cidliaj.'  off the strike against the Le Roi mine,  is not known' tonight. Members of  .the union have been informed Unit the  executive committee will publish the  outcome in (hie time. A straight  majority of votes cast is all that is  required to discontinue the strike and  it is generally ' conceded that the  affirmative was strongly supported.  Union men. take this vietvof the' master and are looking forward with satisfaction to resuming work.  LOCAL  j C 7 v w��  jfSlfco"  from  'Sir  [here  J. E. Crowe loft ior  Erie  Thursday  where he will work in a> mine".  Rd Hill Y-....3 lu Gji.mLrc-u'-:   Wednesday.       ' '  'Pr,.;)!; Ghipp, of the E.iat lyoowmr.}1  Bottling Co., Cr.mbrt.ok, was in town  Thursday.  .1.   J.  Murphy  v-'as   up  from   Slko  Tuef:tt.iv.      '    ' ' '" ��� '   '  Itubt. Campbell was  down   to  /-*-..��� -  this week.  Aichie Ful more was over,  Saad<;u on a visit this vcek  Fulsnofo bas Lean.in business  for some time past.  G. II. Miner wag in town Thursday.  G.,T. McC-rogor  was   in'Cr.iub.ook  WedtiBisdrtj'."   ���' b      ��� '  Mrs. Cennelt lolurnod toKimberiey  1      i ��� - .  Monday. " '  J. M.'Chatturlon has left KjkoJ and  id now-in Spokane.,  A. C. Cook J\vaa down from Park,  Mitchell & "Co.'i-j lumbering'camp at  the head of Moyie lake this week. ' He,  reports work progressing very favorably there. "        ���' '   ', '  Lancelot Gubbms was in* from  Lamb creek this week. J Lance aud  ''Scotty" McDonald are sinking a shaft,  on the hitler's property.  '-~ Chae. Diamond passed through  Moyio last Wednesday from Kitchener  on-his way to tho hospital at Gi'&u  oe?  General   Pays  i ���        ^ ,  Death Penaltyo  EIEGIITEB US!  He Had Been Convicted' of  .Various Offensey Against  , the Usages of "War  '"   Including Murder,* ,;  GENERAL  NEHV��  WQT����.  - 1  Odncfi.-ningtbe'contempjatsdftaulfi^ bt^   He'U" suiting witii em\ps  meat of the uniou's diifioullies with l {a3t  the management of the Le iRol mine.      *,-,,*,   , -t   , .-.,  ���,,     ���      .       ���,,,,,-*, Ed Liwlor is here on a. visit  The. Evening   World   tins  afternoon   ..        ...   , <>    ,      .  .    ��� _ ^ilarysville ior a few da vs.  says: - ��� ""^  <  IT. A. Mackenzie,   Proprietor. ,-"'      '  otel for the   masses.   E very thin gr:3?irst  evervy:respect.,   Sample oKooms  for  Commercial|Men. y, ,. .......  British .Colum bi a.  .cipa)  ia,  .9  V.  DKS.V'J tiN'IHK,  j.��.  m:s'"im  ^w_  Lar^e   sample   roiimyin'^connjotion  with house for commercial men.^; Best  . rstim�� of accommodations  ''mm^^Headquarters for Commenoial and Mining Men.  m ^^^J YJ*r:S^n  r,nR f,5vSE^;-i^^wi^'i^'^*,,^->^'"^'',^-,^,,^*>^^  MO YIE,   Bs C  as  A>'^mk  , At the regular rpeeting of the Rossland' Miners Union held hist evening,  a full nttendence of the members were  present.  ' Th'e executive committee submitted  a report   of   (he   negptiation?   which,  had beeu carried   on    wi tii. the   mine,  managers in regard to a settlern'mi  of  the strike.'   A cteruiitc-proposil being  in the hands of1 the committee  in   re  gurd to���the   conditions    the   Le   Itui  company would be   willing   to  extend  in case a sottleinent-coui 1 he-   afleclcJ,  a resolution wus   moved   that- the   c-x  eciulvft'com'mittee  of ..the    union    be  empowered to nego.tiiite and  complete  a settlement with the Ls E,oi manage-  * ft  ment on the conditions imposed.  A vote bvst ere'- barllut is being la ken  today on this resolution, poll being  opened from JO a. m. tu 7 p. in., in  order to allow every -member an opportunity to express his opinion.  Much pleasure was' expressed at the  courteous and friendly manner in  which the 'representatives of tlie union  hud been received during the negotiations leading up to the. proposal.  LATER.  Rossland,   Jan.  25.���The strike  settled.    .  lo  from  Ed Walshe, formerly blacksmith at  the Lake fibers mine, returned thi.-  week from Currie,Minnesota.  i  ,-  Frank  McMahon   aud   Postmaster  Hope w.ere in N*'liou this w.jek,  '      it  Ed Farrell luff, for Sumun-r Luke,  Oregon, this week to remain for some  'tiini?.  * S.-Elw-ii-Il, ui th'e firm of Bealo &  Elwoll, was. down from Kimberlcy  yesterday to' see his pjrther. Mr.  JSlweli says that the North Sur is now  working 12"ni.-u and wili put on ��0  niore after the fiiv.t of next mouth.  The Sullivan mineowill also 'slurb up  iu a few days,' '   *  A social dance wili bo given at the  Kootenay hotel next Tuesday evening.  M. A. Jj5.\ile was down lo Elko  yesterday.  The fire departmene was called out  tins morning, but its services were not  required. The stovepipe in J. E.  Crowe's house became disjoin led aud  it looked, for a time as though there  wauld be a lire.  , ' *  Now Yoric, Jan.   22.���It   has   past:  been discovered that through a cable  au Associated ~ Press' dispatch announced that the death senteripe'upon  Commandant'Scheepe.-a of the Boer  army'had been confirmed ,by General  Kitchener and thwt he. would be executed next''Saturday. ' The fact i.s  that he was execute I "dp. kst Saturday';.  January IS.  London, Jan. 23.���The secretary' pf  warsajs that Scheepers-was shot because he had been con vie ted of various  offenoeis against the usages of war,, in-  cltding seven cold-blooded aiufders of  orttiyes, and the flogging of ft white  mso", -"Mr. BrorfrioU added that tho  !aut that Oomtdapdati Schsepera was  a prisoner of war carried ho exemption from trial fjr murderj or othar  violations of the rules of war.  Tom Sharkey and ��eter Maljer may  go to Louisville to  relight  the  battle  which' resulted in  a  failure  at Phila- -  delptia on Friday night,  Eieveii'Of the most desperate prisoners in ihe United States "penitentiary  On McKeifs island, nearTacoma, made  their "escape between one and tw"0  o^lock on Sunday afternoon. It was  the mos't"c?aring "and successful jail  brealyever' attempted "in this 'state.  They have all been recaptured.  A charter haa been issued to ths  East "Kootenay Lumber" Company,  limited", with a/capital of $300,000 iu  $ 100 fiharcG. This company' embraceo  tlie-'firmo, ot the Cranbrook'Lumber  Co., the'McNab Lumber Co.', the ICing  Lumber Gob, tlie Park, Mitchell Co.,  and the firm of Leask and Slater.        *"  %J* /Wlfhave a variety ,of Jelly 'Powders which  'isi.*-��SM3y  IPX.  Shoes  ^Spre think you would like.   Here aro  Some of the Flavors;    .  ^��S��  ���.-���'f'K.vt'b'  .iit'-TragB*?:  S..."i'>-,'lte-  5TR|rWBEBItY  5ocds,*PliifEAPPLB  -���A-P&r  CHEEKY, '  VANILLA  RASPBERRY  LEMON  GRAPE FRUIT  nr  ���A-yy^  ���.t'l'^'iV-",**  ���^������.iJ-..  ^IGoi's Gfilale,  Cox's GelatliB.  i-:ni:im-  13.:  Livesley��� J,��o Wedding.  A quiet wedding took -pheo at tlse  home of Mr. aud -Airs. Leo on South  Tavistock struct, Wednesday evening  whon'M^. M. O. Liyesloy and Miss  Lizie Lee were united in marriage by  Bev. W." Ij. Sherjdan. iiisa Mamie  Farrell acted as bridpeniaid and Mr.  ,Wm'. Gallup ijs groomsman. The  Leader joins with the people of Moyie  iu extending congr.iti.hitions.  There lias been excellent skating on  Moyie lake this week, aud it bas been  taken good adviiutage of."  Jtiie-i Seli.'tinehoru, the man who  was hist ceeu witii the late Jolin A.  Cunie on tho nioht he was killed and  wnO faih tl to give a clear account of  himself iu thu coroner's inquest, hab  euliiited for service in South Africii.  mmier IJirtl to 1?::��S" ���*���< April.  Seattle, Wash., Jan. ' 22.���Unless  some stay of proceedings cornea Homer  Bird will hang Friday, April 11, for  tlio murder of Herling and PntU'i'son  on the Yukon in September, 1SDS.  The execution wadset for that date to  take place at Sitka.. IJ piled Suites  Judge Brown feigned tho death warrant  January 1(3 at Juneau. Tho news  came by the steamer Al-Ki.  Deatlj. Penalty for Anarchists.  Washington, Jan. .23.���The details  ol a bill restricting anarchy and an-,  arqhisls was practically determined on  loday by a special committees oi members of the house judiciary committee  appointed to consider tnis subject.  The language , of some o�� the provisions i.-5 yet to be settled, but all of  the essential ioatures of the forthcoming measure aie determined upon,  ihe measure will provide the death  peualty for an attempt to kill or,  assault, tiie president dr any oue in  lino of sncueiiaion for tlie presidency.  An accessory before the fact is to be  treated as a principal, and an accessory  after ttitT-fxicti.s. to be punished in a  less degree than a ~ principal. Any  person wtio counsels or advises or  advocates the assaulting or the killing  of any officer of the United States  shall be lined or imprisoned. No  alien who advocates an overthrow of  organized government, or- who is  affiliated with an organization holding such views is to be admitted to the  country. Provision is also made for  the punishment of those conspiring  in this country against, a foreign  ruler. The special committee will  probably, reportoto thu house and its  enactment is expected eooh thereafter.   Metal, Quotimons.  New York���Bar silver,  55^   cents.'  Lead, $-1.    Copper,  .fll.  LaxDOJS���Load, ��10, 16s. 3d.'  Bob FiUsimmons, the ex-champion  heavy weight' pugilist, fell down 'a  flight of stairs "in the Orp'heum  theater in New York a few ' days ,ag6".  It is believed that lie is' seriously,''  injured. He complained pf very  severe paina in his back and side and  it is feared his spine has been hurt.  Sim" Galloway arrived at the provincial jail in Nelson this week from  Grand Porks in charge of Constable  Dinsmore.    He is under a sentence o/  '     .-      , *v , ,  23 mouths for marrying a.Spokane girl ���  and.pUcing her in  a houaa of quee"-  tiopabi.s reputation in Grand Fork a,  A. sbc.Pt limo sioaa he was aeofc to tho  jail fos* sli months on tha charge of  n o 4  vagrancy, - '  The annual report of the department  of Indian affairs for the past year   hag  been   issued.    J.t shows   that  in     tb'3  Kootenays there are now 548 ' Indians  of   the   Kootenay    tribe.     They   ars  located   in  .eight   reserves,   and    are/  under the etiarge of   Mr. E. L. T. Gal'r  braith, who  is Indian   agent  for , the  dislricfc,   with   headquarters   at   Port'  Steele.   The ngent states that without  exception the Indians  of   this, agency  are the. mo��t temperate   and   moriil he'  knows of;   They   use  uo   intoxicants;  - '��� i  are law abiding   and   indubious   and  their progress is most satisfactory.  CRANBROOK    ITEMS.  * i-,!imbsr in IieiiviiiKJ.  'PIjcfc ;a a big demand fQr lumber  iu tho territoiics east of iicre and  orders arc coining in to the mills in  thia neighborhood thick and fast.  Tnot-e in positiou to know predict a  Li.g business for tho mills along the  Crow's Kost Pass the coming boa&ou.  Prom presont indications thoy  wiil  Uc  llonyfi or 'J'r:ij{e Elect Ofllepco;  Tht; firs?, meeting of t'?G boafd pf  trade for the new year was held at the  courthouse Wednesday evening, when  the'follo'.viug oflicors were elected :  A. P. Macdonald, President:  ���Andrew Johnston,   Vice-President;  Lewis Thomson, Secretary.  The following executive committee  able to gel lid of all ,lho  lumber   they ! w.,s ajs0 c.icciod ���    J. P.  karrell , P. , F.  can cut at a better piiee than they  liayo ever received before, With thi-a  m view the mill men are taking time  by the forelock and aro gettiug opt a  stillicieut amount of logs for a good  long season's run. Messrs. Grant <*o  Shuady will take out in the neighborhood of six million feet of logs this  winter for the Moyie Lumber Co.  Pliey have, between 60   and   70   men  Johnston, Victor Desaulnier, .Robt.  Campht'll, F. J. Smyth and Joseph  Niedorstadt.  Will Mo\-e Vostofllco.  The Moyie poatodice and P. D.  Hop's drugstore will be moved to the  fcioreiooni in the Kootenay hotel  building about tho first ol Februan.  Mr. Hope says ho has already received pen*;ii.s=ion from tho srovern-  ment.     Ho   \vijl   occupy   the    room  Fort  Steele Hoys cn lioute.  The Winuipeg Pree Press of the  15th instant, says ; "Yeaterduy there  passed through the citv a  squad   of oO  new recruits en route to join the Can-  and 2U teams employed in   this  work.,  adian   Mounted   liiflea ' at   .Halifax. |     1'ark, ililcboll * Co, have u logging, a  by   Scmch,a   d  Prom Port Steele %vas   a   party  of   Hi.ynnp  established near  Swansea  aud ; ���       -  The party was composed of Edward hvdl,take out more   logs   this   season;���   '   Murphy,  acting corporal;  George  G. i than  for  any previous season    since!  Phillips,  Chailos  W.- Hughs,  i^triol*. j thoy have been in the co-.intry  KyamWilliam J. Cook, Joseph   Law,.     Such    activity   in    the    lu:  Alexander   Kennedy,   Jules Sehamo- \ '-sincss at a time when the mines aro j reached this morning when    he   mer-  horn, Alexander    McDonald,    A.ch.e ' ,h>sed moans   much    for   Moyie.    Ul cury dropped to 20 degrees below ,ero  Macdonald,    William    Burns,    jL,l��; ..dsi? rocs to .prove   that  Movie  is   not  Wesley Clark,'Elgin  Moine, 'Thomas; depending on the mines alone  tor  H.s  Lukoand^dwinKcrfoot, Support, I  pol:|. 3n^)> Is Here.  PJiG   odd   snap   lias   struck Moyie j  lumbering j and   the    elima.x    for   the   woek   was j  Craiibrook Herald:    ,  The Sullivan mine r will * resume  opeialiens on February 1, and work  will be pushed from that time onv  The ice for Cranbrook will bo secured  at JNJoyio lake again this year, aud in'  all probability Marysville iYill go there  for its supply also.  General Manager Ilobbins. of the  North Star mine, has been transferred tO'Nelsou, which will be his headquarters in the future as consulting"  ! engineer for the McKenzie-Manu  properties in British Columbia.  The  Cranbrook   Odd  Fellows    Will  r * *  hold their annual ball on Monday,  February 10, at.Wentworth hall. Tliis  organization has always made a great  success of its annual balls, aud this one  will be no exception.  Prest, the photographer, , contoai-  plates opening several new galleries  throughout the district the coining  sum mer. Mr. Prest has greatly increased ids business the past year, and  lie has done it on the merit of his  work.  Halcyon Hot Spring*}.  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North America. Situated midst sceuery unrivalled for  trranducr. THE HALCYON HOT  STHINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B. C Resident  physician and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursions. Telegraphic communication with all parts of tlie  world. Two mails arrive and depart  daily. Terms, $15 to $18 per week  according to resideucc in hotel oi  villas. Its baths cure all nervous and  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach troubles.  The baths and waters are au invalu-  ble remedy for silver and lead   poison.  ing.  Tlio lake froze  over   the   fir-it   of the  week and the ice-is I how   about  iis'.-h*"? tinck, , .    ��� ��� .  four  Paul Johnson, manager of the  Greenwooil smelter, is quoted as saying  that copper can be produced in tho  Boundary at a cost of seven and una  half cents a pound. Mr.'��� Johiystu)  ought K'i know, y  , ,m$yim  y||||!!j|',  'A-tf&mzim-  ^"^���'^:M^^^*^i'i^ "gg^aj^ajjtagiBfiPBm. 1.t^inr~trn  Published in the interest of tJie people  of Moyie a nd Ea s t Kootenay.  ; *>.��,n!wloncr  of lead? rn-5  WOrkv Viciorm,  ll. C., for a *pccfal lfocnt��tp cufniaj-Mrry away  nay  district, B. -C.  Com���ieneiug nt   a ��"CJ  r, jr. S.ICl'XH 4: CO.,  t-"~xr  fates or- sur?ca!i��Tio>:.  , Gj'J Year...-.'. , '-    '      ���   '  l       ,    , ,     - -    meiiciujj at   a   post!  =-���=*\Z    T. >�� reSauhliCr ^nted on   tho   oai  -    i��,.mi,i       ''     dt ofIr,^ma�� orook-on Ura north -itfo of tho        | followuug.the criol: Wo-obafiis M��rt"b; ihoaco JO  Asthmalene Brings Instant Belief and Perma  nent Cure in all Oases.    ---���  SATURDAY, JAN. 35. 1902.  chains <-��<��� thence 1G0 chciie���ortli .to ,,i���ee of  ..J2.00'|lLc"s!meU0SHCUt,COUteiQ^'Ci0  8P"*'   m0r("' or  JSU-d Jan. lr 1902.   - VfCTOR DESAULXIER.   j  gEITT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  &RITI; YOUR, HAME.AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.  W  �����sr wiiji mw nmiMHm i wnWi  -   Queen Victoria died--one year jigo-  last Wednesday,  ><����>�� ��i*jtt^wS'sygJCyjLTrj��-i ���<��.��-  NOTICE. ���  Take notice that 3 have applied to the Chief!  commlK.loncrof lands  and   v��rk5,-Vielorfn,!  is, c, loraspecial Hce  away JjtmLcr on the* foil  There is {nothing like Asthmalene.  Jt brings instant relief, even" in the  worst cases. It cures when all olso  fails. :'  '   -        ��� ���"' '-    *-���  'Zftotowatiur  Buy Your Drugs at  enso   to  cut  and   earrj         IneJiov. 0.   ly   WELLS, oi    VilJa A ^M^ ��"-�� "�� V��  ... icrown^dsln flu,  c^SdCSCribC<t:v"C^  "begin, to loukmolfeifr^^^^ condi- j     "       ", *��28   TSK  ��� he ice man.    Don't it?               ��� .,      -fa pom piamcaai.outone miioand ono'hair on'hion.'" I ca'nnot tell yow how ihurikfi-'l j       f*��k'-'~'r %?fS"EL&>  , mK.-n^.i   li    ,-������,���'--.    - ',    .   ""s1-* coininbia Southern j-.il-.var track   oiil  The Bossland strike situation   looks I which Po*.t is marked L. emu. runrSenst!  plooniy-from every point o'f view. 300 chains; theuco south *'.G chains,.ther.eo Jtwl!  Better be a healthy   beggar  v/ilh   a-I less  dollar than a prince with dyspepsia.   ��� 1 Dfttc<? Jf.n- '2> **&���  . -���    r- ��.i��|'i��iii,,t;|Hi;h  100chains; thence nojth 40 chalHs.to-.MacG of  commenopmogt, coali^nin>j6�� *croj,i.more or!  was a'slav'e, chained Vith putrid "sores  threat'and.'Asihirca for" ten ysars. " j  ddFptiirtid o*ev��r'being cured.' "T saw  Call earlv and get a better 'choice.    Do uot- overlook flu, r��� .. .,  ��� ���-   !" * ; *���      . * ��� ���.nja.   uij.)  I,),(;(, l|]'i[  wo carry Hair Brushes,  Cloth   Brushes,   Military  hair  ),     i  made with genuine bristios and with ebony, wood "'  mtptwmtou  MtttUDTJCaC**  ivon  1 yonr ad/ertisemdnt fo'r the cure of this  <i .   .. . j  i'  . t  - i.  i y  ��t*  \^  Said an Irish physician of a ��� pation t:  r,If he lives fill morning lie 'nuy ''pull  ' 'through ; but if lie doesn't  there is   no  Siope for him," : ��� ���  ���.";  '�����  1 -   l  -.--, f  ���: i  -" ,1  J'I (  > .!  'i"lr  This liablt pf ti'ppimg inuet be discouraged. 'Why this week it was nuite  Evident that:c, even' 'tbe   mercury'-'had.  ^ceri taking a drop.  1-    .   .  ] NOTICE.  Take, notice that r have applied (o (l.o chief  oommlssioiierof lands and   works   "T'iotoria,  B. 0.. for a speoia". licence to cut ami cum- bwhj-  timber  on   tho  follp-.uiig   dc&oribed   V��can't  . Orov,n lands in tho-3ou1 hern division of the  | East Koof'uay rlMt-icr, B. li:   CommeiiLliiff at a.  }- h. CAIULr..   , ....  ��� -ii-39.     tdr'eadfuViih'd  tonnehtihg" distal, As  It is estimated that' of' 'the United  States paper money outstanding more  'ihan $10,000,000 hat been lest or des-  "tro'yed and will nevor be' presented  for redemption.       "       *     ',"  ,The  Baltimore   couuty * taxpayers'  conyentibii has placed a ban   on  any  'text book which  does 'not   giyelt'ear  Admirai Schley credit   for.  Oie  naval  ��� Victor^ at' Santiago.   Eight."iftey" aro.  y -Pftiil ^ohhsou, -mauAger of the  .0ffte��wood emelte^ ie quoted S;j ^j'lbg  that copper dan be'J produced in, the  Boundary at a coat of seven ' and one  half, cents a pound. Mr. Johnson  ought to know.       '  post, on "tbe "-..cm side of GulbraltiYs ranch,  block W.-6S, on north ��idoof railroad irack',y, hIoh  whioli post Is marked Edward rjesaulniori'run-  nintricaehainswef.fi (hence 40 ehains tdhth;  themee 100 chains esst, thenco '40 cIiHins' north  to place or commenccmetit, contni-Uup 6(0  ncres, more or k-.**s. liDWARD DE3A OLNrEK  Dated Jan. G, 19W.     ,   ,   ' "-i���<*9-  NOTICE.'      ,    -"  Take nonce fhnt, f Iiave applied to, thp chief  commis-*joncr of lands' and 'works",   Victoria,  B. C, for a special lioonsq to cut and carry away  timber on the following described vacant Crown  lands jln tho southern 'dlvisloa   of the' East  Kootenay'district,   B.   C.   Oommcnciiiff   at  a  post marked O. Desauliiior planted  about, ono  and one half miles east of Tochty on the north  side oftho Canadian Pacific railway.   Running  wcsMfii)chains; thencesou^i 40 ccains; thence  east 100 chains: theuoe north 40 chains back to  place of commencement', containing' W0 acres,  more or less,,' O. DESAULNIER,  Dated Jan. 2', 1602.    . , 4_s<)4- ^  tlnna, and though't you had overspo'ien  yourselves, but resolved to 'give, it' 'a  trial 'To my astonishtnoht, the trial  acted like a cliann. Send r.ic a frjl!-  sizo bottle." *     '���'  Rev, Dr- Morris Wechsler,  Rabbi of the Qong.    Bnai Isrliel.  Now York, Jan. 3.I0OI.J  Du .'Taft Bros'.- Mizmcixv. Col, ' '  ' Gentiemeu:   Your Asthmalcno is an  excollont remedy for Asthma'and'J^ay  Fever, and 'it's ' composition   alleviates  all'troubles which  combine   with  ��s-  thnVa. ' It's success ij' csl'ouishitig  a^dd  wondciful. *   '...*,'     *���  After having it carefully  analyzed-   \ye can   state  Unit. Asthmalene contains no opium, morphine, chloroform or uther.   Very truly yours,  ,"    "     '" ?- '      "'      ItEV. i>B. M0HRIS WECHSLE^.    '>'  ��m\V*tyil>t  S?  i!U  iL,?  A. STEPHENSEN, Proprietor  Miners *headquartera;     Good , accommodations  frjr  imvuluri.  lirjuorv v.nd ci'g.'lrVkept in elpck'p  U -A  ' ^..!0t  Lake Shore Addition  110Y1E. :i  m  *^*5  teat  '��em*a���,,,  3. Pierpont Morgan is about to   visit  'Egypt, and the khedive is engaged, in  pegging   down    pyramids"  and    lias  hobbled the'feet ; of   the   sphynx for  fear that the American' promoter  will  ��� form a trust   find   lure   them   out of  'Egypt.���ISTelson Miner.?  Andcnow J. pierpont Morgan is  getting a grip on Canadian' banking.  His firm has purchased a controlling  .interest, in the, Sovereign, Bank of  Canada. The head'officers qf the new  bank will be in Toronto, while a chain  'of, * branches will be established  throughout Canada.  Fred Simpson, of *lhe Cranbrook  Herald,, has bumped np against many  kinds of people in 'his time. This  leads him to give vent to his iVch'nga  in the^following jolt of wisdom: "It  is amusing," he says, "to bear men  who have been -absolute failures in  everything they have ever attempted  ni life, knocking individuals aud institutions. A roast id always a boost  from such cattle."  Notice to Delenquo/it Co-O%vnot.  < t' *��� - - -  To Otto' P. Johnson, or to Any person or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests In tho May Flower mineral claim,  situate about Ave miles north of Fort Steele in  the Fort Steele Mining Division of the district  of East Kootenay, B. C��� ^and recorded m the  recorder's office of the* Fort Steele , Mining  Division.  You, and each of yon, arc hereby notified that  I have expended one hundred and ten dollars in  labor and improvements upbn'the above mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under tho provisions of the  mineral act and if withiu ninety days from the  date of this noMce you fall or refuse to contribute your proporlion of Mich expenditures together with all costs of advertisinjr, your''lu-  .terests in said claim will become the propertv-  of the sub subscriber under .section 4 of an act  entitled "an "act to amend "rhe* Jllueral' Act  W��0-H    �� , WM. GALLUP.  Dl'tud at .-Uoyic, Ii. C, this 8th day of Jan. 1902.  ���1���39-3m. s ' , ,      '  Avon SpjoxfiB, itf. Y., Feb. lt IGOi  1  t)s. Taft Bro?. MeDiprap Co.    , >.-,.������,  Gentlemen : I writs this tostimonial from a senao of dutyyhaving tested  the jvpader/ijl eft'eot of.youf Asthmalene, hit tho ,��jre of���a8th'ma, My -wi/o  haoboon aS}iotod with spagmbdio.asfchma'for the past lg years, Having .exhausted my own sliill as well as many ot hers,' I ohnucVd fco^eGe your sign  upon your windows on 130th street', l$aw York, I al once obtained a bottle of  Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking it about the first ot November, I.  very soon' noticed a radical improvement. After using one. botile h��r asthma  has disappeared and she 19 entirely free from all'syinploms. I feel that I' can  consistently rec -mjneud the medicine l��> all who are afflicted with tljis distressing disease.    Yours"respectfully,  . O. J). PHELPS, if. D.  NTEDERtSTAbD T, it I E$ TER EH .�� CO.  .'���-'��� '  ager Beer, Porter and Bottled  ; |eer Always on  I t >  Quality not excelled;iu the coautry. Try ifc^nd  Tbe GoiiyincQd.  ��'"��� .      i -1-'    ' ' m.  lof J  dr  Ll  inmmBViMuaD  ���J03NSTQJV   Bios.  ', rpi. ,  O. F. DE3AULSTER,.  DEAI33R IX  Considerable flatter ivus created in-  London a few' days ago by the announcement that King Edward had  appeared in a frock co.it with deep  turned velvet cnflk Hundreds of  .fashionable men immediately rushed  to their tailors and ordered similar  garments, in spite of the extraordinary  . novelty. Consternation now prevails,  as it is learned that what the king  wore was a frock   overcoat,   on   which  , velvet cuffs aro oft'.-n seen.   =���0 ;  Dr. Taft Bros. Medioixjg Co. ��� Feb". 5 1901. '  .. Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22" '.years. I'have ' tried  numerous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran lu-rcws'your advertisement  and started with a trial bottle. E fnuud reliefy at "once. J have since, purchased your full sized bottle, and 1 am ever grateful. I bavo family of' lour  children,,and for six years wms unable io work. I ��ni now ��� in the befit of  health aod am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such  usw- of as you see fit.    Home add res, 235 Rivington Bti-ivt.* S.-RAPHAEL *'  ���-  ������      " (57 .>nstl29tlj8t.,New' York City!.'  \  TRIAL BOTTLE SBMT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON REC El PT,  ���   ,.  ��� of postal. :V ; b'-a----  :������ j._  -,"  '  . "     Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS,' MED   ��� ]  CO., 79 East 130th St.. N. Y. Cilv ' -''",'  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.  | Thi^ Hotel is New* and weir Furnished. ""The t Kffifu  Tables are Supplied with the Best ;the j mfijffi  .Market affords. The -Bar is Filled with 1SSWA  '.the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. 1^E��  "AGENTS   FORPABST'S   MILWAUKEE ,BEER.   ' l^SSK  ' '      ;- '   - ' "'-'.,- 'J .inteJMflly, ar  ',,     HEADQUARTERS tFOR GOMMKRCIAL '    *���������?  ANO JOINING Mfi'N *'  ft *,r  w .-������''��� . . j -       -   .      . \  ' ,. s isst  . i ii ..���J5it>aiKHrt*  UfltTISlE CQI.U.HK1.V    *  jgajjarj?na.ni��iimiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiii in n niiiwjMHJMt ���gaanzg^Bamiiy���EiT-rrr'rr-.trotaaacza  , < , ' i        ', - '  ;]     ESTABLISHED   1877. ' n     ,"', '  INCORFORATKO    1898,  -AUTHORtZED   CAPITAL,  35i00,000.   '    'v  7~A~  i  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueens' A*'7a.     MOYIE  A new and novel use has been  found for the X rays. Down in Buenos Ay res the postofbee department  has adopted this method to detect  smuggled articles in registered letters  without opening them. The plan is  reported to be a success; and it is  claimed that $25,000 worth of smuggled property was thus found in oue  week. Veiily the way of the transgressor grows harder with the advance  of science.  O-ET YOUR ,  PICTURES FRAMED}  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  Cranbrook,     Moyie,     Fort Steele.  Will Visit Moyie on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  Harvey    &   McjCarter,  1        o  FOHT STEELE, B.C  Harvey, SIcCarter Ss .Alexander,  FJSRXIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  iEALE & EL WELL  NotAiues ' PunLic,   Cojuirs  siox and Insurance Agents.  DEALERS    &NB    EXPORTERS  W. E   GUKD,  JJAKKISTKK, SOLICITOR.,' ETC.  CSANBROOK,  b: C  Branches:  FOrfT STEELE,  fimberli-:y,  j1arysville.  -716��  For Downright Satisfaction,  Shipment after Shipment,  Ship Your Goods to Us.  Fall    Prices     and"  Imntc-  Mining Stock  $blM  .��^���  -���VI  T'*---    r"^/L;!" H"Zt-viT\!   v>.J~'-r t- w �� 'i=' *  Z  &S3  dlate Payment Every Timer  Been Established 24 Years,  Wrlie for Prices. Make Trial  Shipment.     Convince Yourself.  -.,. ^*ftS��      n  '--Ontticio,  C  ��� 'y?^tidi  ::A��Bastci  OEANBROOK       '  A@8A.YUJM,  When you ask a niau to subscribe  for s'our paper and he says: "Oh/ I  never read much, and besides the  times are loo plagued hard," for goodness sake apologize and leave him.  Life is too short to teach a jack to  ��*ing soprano. Ah intelligent men  now days read newspapers, and lots of  them. Show us aman who lives for  years in a town or community and  never subscribes for the paper published there, and we will show you a  man whose head is shaped like a piece  of pie, with the point up.���Ex.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Daily market prices' by   wire  from Spokane.  B���������������B������WW! WW, !!������ ��� ���MMIMWWMWIIHUi ���! Ill  LEWIS THOMSON,  .Notary Public, Accountant, Commission and  Insurance Agent.  b.y^i  r'Exe&rsion  ���JlJp^Purth  t',;any|:Ganad  .3?saf$wcit  :"- offico^l Ma:  Y' Tnl^BM^**  \&i  1 ><mm  NELSON,  B.  Anyono HCTidlnR a .sketch nnd description may  quickly -isccrl-iin our.opinion free whetber an  Invominn n r'-'oli-ibly'intoniahlo. Comniunlca.  tionsstnclly cunUUcntinl. Handbook on Pntenta  Hcnt fri'o. Oldest nuenc-y lor pecurinp pntenta.  l'stpnta taken-thi-c-jn-li Jiunu & Co. receive  special notice. wlUiou:. charee, in the .  Cf hH*i If It H^*t^*l^tt :  ������.^B^lB4flS.Ei. JUli%i lUlHo���������;,-���  A lifiTi'daoTTicly iJ'ustratefl Wccnlvi Lnrgest cir.  c.tiUitiou of any oeientlflc .1<iurn;Li. Terms, S3 n  ve.ir   lourmoiitbc*,.*!.  Ss'fibyriii Tij-wsdaalT.''  KUS��-&Co.?c��^T.?javvYnr!i''  Iirr,ric-iJ O fii co. G"5 it' lii*> "S'liiiKu.;; .*-j, C.  Moyie,  B.  O.  EAST KOOTER&r EQTTLiNG CO.  E. A. ELTON,  Commission    and   Insurance  Agent.  ; NEW   YORK LIFE,  -LONDON AND LANCASHIJIE.  ������'���������; PHCENIX OF BKOOKLYN  '      Insurance Co.'o  Eort Steele,ii B/C,  CRAMBR00K, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  /*-   ���ft onto and  200-212 FBRST AV��. N.  WRITE    FOR     PRICE    CIRCULARS.  n^nit.v.'a'/if  !fl��*r��W��KauI��MrMM��IM OWWSM  wnnnry.di*tciiiinai  tMKT^-i��j��r..->>irwW��'>  Orders Solicited.  Soda -Water and^Syphens,  Don't L'ubbcrncck Your Neighbor's Paper.    Hiibscribe for  ESf3S3  r f 1  is*ft L  ii  'Siar*  * **East, via i  ,  /daily/  .  Molson, Lac c  '*- diafo-poin  Portago la Pr  "   Nol^on ni  'all coast; i  Portage la Pr  tormodiat  Sunday .  Gladstone,*-Nc  * i,\intormedi  Sunday; .  Shoal liakoT'J  i iafcopoiat  Tuos., Thi  Rapid City, B  day, Thur  ^'Mon-.-Wec  Mordouj Dolo  poittts dai  Napiaka. Alai  , points,"da  Wrandon  TuovTlu  GlGnboro,vSo  P<Jtttts,'da  Pipestone. ,Ee  xnodlatoja  Fri. via B  Tuos ,Thu  Brolyshiro, J  van,Tuos..  on    l'aoa.. Tht  Grotna,��{fc P.:  West Sollark  ��� Taos., Tii.  Stonewall, To  Emeraon, Moi  S. W LEONA  '���Gen.  t -'y  ^   A.-.JA  ,-y^^-t  lu&mMiwamxsrBMmu  WMJUIJMmMmJlU&iuM  'jsmuaaummaauutuuwuimuimi tsuan  mm MOYIE,LEADER.  MOYIE,    JJ.    C.  Valae Kecelveil.  "  said   the  friend,   ,'it   is  try to deceive the people,  not^et scmethinB for nothing'  w that perfectly well." nnswercd  RorKliiun    in,ber    ���n��1,b'nn��t,y-  -���,' license me ot trying to net  making speeches instead of pro-  ;afcl,." Washiiifttoii Star.  ^ A W  otnt  of View  U pomp���  I heard your wife talking about  nee and obstinacy.  A'ren t they  Un  ; AND  v Weather  causa the Colds that cause  Pneumonia, and Consumption*  ���,*      ��     ���      ���      0".  Shiloh's  ne thing?       , ' '   '.  souhcak���Well,  there is a  hat she considers perseverance in  ���she looks  upon  as obstinacy  oiikcrs Statesman. ���=  differ-  ia  ^���'tt  A Proxy I'lmt  Pulled.  BBngton was voted out of our golf  i ' r  ,     ,  it for?" ,     '���"���..  ho~sot so lazy that he made his  ^liiy for hiin while-he earned the  Detroit Free Tress.  ���m  ���$<��  %.  ta  m  wm  cured ot Acute Bronchitis by  !J)\S LINIMENT: "  J.   M., CAMPBELL,  |of Islands.  fs cured of facial neuralgia   by  ID'S LINIMENT.  WM.   DANIELS.  jh-11, N. S.  cured of Chronic Rheumatism  "AR1VS LINIMENT.        -.      .  (JEOKGE TING LEY. .  Co.',  N. B.. , .,'.*.  su ni  ��#-*���*-  ��10  cures the .cold, heals the  lungs and mates you 'well,  SH iLO\\ cures Consumption  and all Lung- and Throat  Troubles % and Coughs and  Colds in a day.. Positively '  guaranteed., 25cents.   ���   .  V\\e in  count i��*s.  land.      On  land  lias  |(  U'OO ihhJi-  >h.-  ��� 'ii   .  ' i v r  ,  Sixi'tn   fhot,,,.,,,i  iiuuh- ,vcurly jVou,  North of Eiil>J),.iwJ  ton*  ImI..  If]   of Scoich  i**nig farm  ���i-fi. Suthi-r-  ��� "'i-es  in  each  of uluin  are  riiisfd in tlie  'it.1*  ->  'A  :i��.t\  '>rVA  w  I  if  '32&:^gaZ85gBB&BSBES3SBBBSSBE8Bg5EBS&  ~*:\  v..*  i.'r&  s^ ea  V,l ?fP'  Vlf.B 5?  GUREP,    THREE  VICARS   A(JO  ������   KIDNEY  AND  ���P-Y  TILLS.  HALF  '*.:  Write to S. C. Wnww & Co., Toronto,  Can.,.,for a free trial bottle.  Karl's CIoYer Root Tea Cures Headache  Mwrrnrrwi hitiwiiwiiifii mi.m tW  ��� 1WJJ1I I'm n  tail  jje is a place for everything in  Id world,'but few of us''have  Lto a.n index.  .Of Scotland's 00,902 square mil'--*-,  031 square miles are water,,and <ty,1  |)earch and foreshore, useless- for  cultural purposes.'  Further Proof of the I'ermanancy of  the Cures Effected I3y This Great  Remedy���A most Convincing Confirmation of an Interesting Statement Published in the Plattsville  , Echo in May,  .1808.  Plattsville,   Ont.  roine  three  ,   Dec.  and  a  MAC 1STRATE     D A U PI TINE'S  PLOT*ABLE CONDITION.  DE-  Despite "Medical,    Treatment; ITe ' Bc-  auiK!'' Weaker, and' Weaker,    Until  ������ He Could'Scarcely Sign His Name  & Liniment Cores Garget is  Cows.  ItljOd   OUT   Itf   OR   01    UA\OU>I  uBur    jnju;nu1     v-    "auvj^-  *i$&  $DONTfortheXEETH25c  try to be funny-with  people  ire  unable -to  appreciate wit.  ^  !���  of East  is better  Dauplune,  ;    the past  a of; Ointments for Catarri  That Contain Mercury,     *  '  , ������.iry will surely destroy tho tensoof srnoll  Ja4^rKbfia-'lGtely rterango t.ho whole system when  "..I^Jh^lt    ll.....nl.    ll. ....... nn.... pM.fn n.-..-. Slldl  rescrip-  mase,  ���l do is tenfold to tho Kood you can po.��i-  ._^, Jro from  them.    Jfall's Cutarrh Curo,  mgtficiurod by F. J. Chenoy & Co.,Toleclo, O ,  ���*~~tik uo mercury; und ia taken internally,  'ftir^ellyupcm tho blend nnd mucous stirs' SacekpiUiO =>���;(era.    In buying'lIaH's Catanh .  ' tWr|gM[.'.uiGjouf;etlhoc;omniio.    It is taken   * }���t  Pills,  * intgjpMuiy, nndmadoiu Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.  (ChetwJ'E& Co.   'JVstimotiuils trco.  jySold;i6y Di tiRpists, prico 73c.'per bdttlo.  ,S*;Bai*Al,nnii!y Pills nro tho best.       '        ,    .*  y,somc"\vhat difficult for a man  borjL. a wife if. she is insupporl-  flbc '  H Liniment, Cnres Diplitiierla.  first    tubular.' lifeboat �� was  t ^V'leyInouth, I3ng-land, in 1832  !(���  ll  ROUTE     FASTTI^E  TO  VESTIBULE TRAIF^S -  ^!^'oug"11 dirLinS aad sleeping   cars  --*5��-ar,-  M*SS8 c1osc connGCtiOIi for Chicago  and   all   points   in  O��o,  Quebec, Maritime Provinces  :V^^lllasLcrn and Vrcstcrn States  ^lH      and  V*cmy Coast-        -  y^?^^ion    Tickots via Great   Lakes  ���Tort  Mr.:'    James -. .Dauphine,'  Dridg'ew'aler,       or    ast he  known  as '- ex-Councillor  luui  been a sick   man    for  three'   years. ���-��� .'His health -gr.a-dually  forsook him.yuxtil by .decrees'Jie wius  for'ceo to give ���'up doing all kinds.-or  work.   ITe consulted a .physician and  took  a large.  ijjuaJitity    of    medicine.,  but it did him no good .and ho ,gTad-  I'ally grew^weaker and'weaker. "Ifis  duties  as  a" mag"istraLe'' necessitated  his-doing "ohnHTli-writing,   and   being  ari excellent panmaai    in* his days    of  good health, ���if came  very  hard ��� .<to  him.  when his. h-and shook so   much  he  could - scarcely     keep    it,  steady  enougli  to sigii ��hi�� nanie. ,llis -daughter,   seeing'his  deplorable  condition,  advised   him "to1    try,   Drf   Williams'  and - a'f(ter ' a, bi t ��� of coaxing"   he   was     induced   to    trjj  theiii.  There  wns. no ,Noticeable��� chaige    in  ���his  condition "��� until-    he had  started,  taking  Uie<"third  box.      From ���   that  on the  improvement  vras  rapid.' Ue  grew sj-rongei-^eycry, .day^.Jiis. ,appcr  tlto 'increased', "the wearinesi'-aad' las1'  situde     dejiartod     from    his  "limbs',  some  of-the lusti-c. of his youth.'returned   to  iiis  eye,   and  by  the  time  five, boxes were  used,. ,'Mr,' Dauphine.  felt a now man.'-The weight or years  land   the _  burden' " of  sickness     have-  rolled fr'om.his s-houlders.   his  hands  are now steady and his pen can run  as rapidly as ever..    He    attributes  His'  cure   to the ministration , of'   a  good wife,'   and  Dr.     Willkuns'  Pink  Pills.      Hr.   Dauplliinc   is 73 years of  age, 'but feels as young and vigorous  as lie   'did years ago.,    and s is    ever  ready   to     praise     in     the  wannest  terms 'the  health-giving  qualities,  of  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  Dr. Williams', Pink Tills are the  friend of the weak and ailing. They  surpass all other medicines in their  tonic, strengthening 'qualities, and  make weak and 'despondent, people  bright, active and healthy. These  pillS"arc sold by all dealers in medicine, or can be had by mail,' postpaid, at 50 cents per box, or six  boxes for $2.50. by addressing" the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brock-  villc, -Ont.    . , ,  16.���(Spec-  Hi l)-��Some three and a half'years  ago, the Pkutsvillo Echo, the local  newspaper, published quite ��,ii ��x-  l end ed account of a most, miraculous  cure-of a well kagwn and highly respected lady, Mrs. J. Barjiott, who  had U;cn extremely ill for years, and  who. claimed (to be permanently cured iiy the lii-e of Dodd's Kidney  fills. Tli'is good lady, according t'o  her own statement, ,had lxi-en a physical wreck. wi',h nervousness, rheumatism in thu left arm, pains in the  small of the back, up the spinal column and back of the head, through  the eyes, left side of the body and  occasionally the right side. She had  no a 5 met ite and could not sleep at  night. The physicians haxl given  hoy upfc and in this pitiful and hopeless condition, Dodd's Kidney Pills  found her and completely restored  her US good health without an ache"  or -pain. ir Her appetite returned as,  her -general good��� hc-aJth improved.  Sho used in 'all but twelve\ boxes of  Dodd's K,idney Pills. ' ,    '  This wa.s, in. the spring of 1 SOS,  and today "Mrs. Barnett states positively and m the strongest and most  grateful terms that the cure JJodd's  Kidney Pills brought her three and'a  half years ago was absolute ajid permanent ; that she is today stronger  and .better ' than she had been for  yearsJbc-foi*e ta.king the pills. Nothing could be more convincing than,  ��� his goojd woman's plain and truthful slatement', and it proves boy on d  doubt the lasting character of the"  cures effected by Dodd's Kidney Pills.  ?1 Send us your name and address on the below request, and we will take pleasure  | in sending.you free of any charge this SOLID ARIZONA SILVER SUGAR SHELL,  g '/ou don't have to buy anything. The gift is unconditional It is a bid for your ever-  | lasting friendship and good will, and if yott do not read this advertisement through  I and answer it at once, it will be a loss to yourself and a  disappointment to us.  TrrtrrrmxrxT^yii���_.  g With the Sugar Shell we will'send you 6 packages of Standard Electine Remedies,  d , which we wish you to sell, if you can, at 25 cents each.  Then return our money, and we  Shell as a gift, it being  superseding Sterling  they are, the same  jjjj eeauimti.inctai an tn i way mrough and are guaranteed tor 5U years. There is nothing else  fi$ like ihesn except 'Steviing Silveiv and nothing "just as good." Now, please don't throw  | .this paper dcswii'znd say lo ypurscif, "I'll"write to those Electine people to-morrow."  5fj This is -not an oppor- , ��� ���    .    , . '     ���  j! tunity 'lo' isut 'oif and   /.��=��S353ae-9&s2��a*M��^��,*s.^>a&8^s��9a9S3S99^��a99^����s^  REQUEST FOR SUGAR SHELL.AND MEDICINES.     w  1$  ���jj-  | forget,    Just sign and  g return the attached rc-  The source of the river Severn, in  ^England, 1,500 feet' above the sea,  is 'a spring of .iron  water.  In his Veg-etahle Pills,Dr. Parmeleo bas f:i*;en  to thi} -svorld tho fruito of Ions sci'jtUilU- ro-  soarcli in-tho -whole realm of niclicftl scionco.  combined with, new and valuable discpveric:  never Iwforo Irnowa to man. Fer fiolicate anc-  dobilifcnted'consiicutions, P.-irmoleos trills act  liko a charm. Taken, in small dc-'.^.-i^o olioct  is both, a tonic and a stimul&afc, nuldly exciUng  tho secretions of ^Iho body, eriving tone aud  visor. _ '  The  ocean  is   the    only   power " on  earth   that   can  make  a 'woman    indifferent   to  her  personal appearance.  CROWING. BABES.  tr,  g  Skciine IledSctiie. Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.   '  Jji        Ship ifnrncdiaialy, by mail. / Solid A?teon& Silver Sugar Skcli and Six 25<eat <y  O Pa:iage3 of Elcctiac Rcmexiies. I agree to m?J;; an earnest effort to sell the Medi- y>  for t.  NAME  p. ���quest to-dayf that is all  3 you -have to do. The  | Sugar Shell and Medi-  3 cines will then be  | promptly  mailed, post-  ild. Remember, even  | if you fail to sell odr  ��3, Goods, you at least have  3  citi Elegant bags.? c>neuf ���  >orthr7 5   cents,  joy  1 simply making ihe efforL   %  I' ' ��� ' Sincerely-voiirs���>'  |'KI,ECT1HK MSDlClHg'Ca/.Umited, TORONTO, Ontario  g:   I will 'eluniittoyoav/ithiaSO days, and retain tha Sugar Shell as a gift from you, s>  csS  O'y  fl    ADDRESS...  ���fl^  (Write Name flalnly, "Mrs." or "Miss"  2. A  %^^��^&<S^S!^^^^SS3^S^m  PLEASE .WRITE VERY "VERY" PLAINLY  ^SS����SS������S$.������iS��������^�����������������ee$�����SS��������������������������������������������sS���^^  ^o  cuuriw,'   jea&.dt&Lte'  ^AJu/A    'MMM22/  &Z&&  7/-  <���iaytf   ' (XZ7U  9vd  /m/vefoh.  S^  {fi  ^sV,  Need Watchful Care to Prevent Overfeeding and the Eh-ils That    ,  ,    Follow.  urther    Information   apply .to  >??2^|anaclian Northei*n Agent  '*fi?sfe  ^m  ���   .r y��*" City Ticket, Tolegraph and Preicrht  qfficp;481MaLnSt. ,   GEO. H. SHAW,       *  TeU"803U>--         Trr-llio Manafjor-  t ^-^lAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  \:M8$   TIME TABLE   '  *Satrtfr��ilo. JIaric, OweaSotnul, Tor-  *^Sn&iSPcl  *I?'i*fcvifi Lakes,'Moa-  , .y^da^KThnrscl.iy and Saturday......  ���''';"��u<H& Fri., and iinn  '   , Monttaal, 1 orouto. New York and  ���-^Easfc via nil rail, dnilv   Ka��?SJ^eo and iutcrraedio to point s  ,.-.'.*idaily   iaplS9n,'Lac du Konnot and intermo-  *^-diate points, Thms. onlv   PortagO.la Prauic,l3ruiKlon,Caler.rv,  y,*Nolson niul   all   Kootenay iuid  '' all coast; points, daily    '  Portage la rr.urio, liraiidon nnd in-  i  tprmodiato points  daily e.-.coi)l  'Sunday    Gladstoae^Neopawa, Miuncdosa aiid  -, ^lntormediato points, daily cxcci-t  1       Sunday; -  SnoalBakorYorklou nml intorireil-  "    ~* lafco poiats, Mon., Wod., and Fii.  ���o ' ^il9?:i-T,iVrs-' flu*i Sat   Bapid.Citr, HamioLa, liiiiiota.Tnc.-  >   day,' T&nr. and Sat     " <Mon��.-Wecl.. and Fri   Mordouj Doloiamo and intormediato  1    . points daily osoopt ��Jun<!ay   ttapraJja.'Alamod.i and iiuernicdialo  ,  P0ints,"dad*, oxc-opt Sunday via  v ��i��Tul0s"-'^Siur-> Gi^i sn I-/. '.;."*.;.'.'::::  Glenboro^Souiis and intcr.nediato  pmats, daily osccpfSunday   PipestoneAReston, Areola and inter  gadiate points, Mou., Wod.. and  * n. via Brandon -.'.'���  Jftobyshiro, Jhi'-ch, Biciifait, Ksto-  van/XluoSMThurs.^at., via 13-and  on   n^?110^^1-, Sa,t-- via Brandon.'.  WestSollark, Won., Wed. and IM.  Tuos.. Th.ns. nnd Sat. .... "  'StonewaU, Toulon, Tuos��� Thrir./siit;'.  Emerson.-Mon . Wnd^mVl Fri..'.  0. WldSONAHD���       ~(7~~   "i Gen  Supfc :  LV  1C.00  1G.C0 |  SOD  All.  to. r*  1I5.C0  7..T0  16.80  'Aid  i.'JO '22.30  Tlie. ordinary active life of a locomotive  averages  fifteen  yqars.  Thero never wasj nnd never y>rill be, a  universal panacea, in ono rerncdyj for all ills  to which flesh is heir���tho very nature of  many curatives being such that were the  germs of other and- differently seated diseases rooted in tho system, of the patient���  what would rclio.,3 ono ill in turn would ag-  gravato the other. Wo Tiavc, however, in  Quinine Wine, when otitainablo in a sound,  unadulterated state,1 aTcru'edy for ninny and  grievous ills. By its gradual and judicious  use the frailest systems 'are led 'into convalescence and Etrength by the influence which  j Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  I It relieves tho drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in lifo is a disease,  and, by trnuqnilizing tho nerves, dir.posc-j to  eound aud_ refreshing sleep���imparts vigor  to tho action of tlio blood, which, being  stimulated, eour-ses throughout tho veins,  strengthening tho healthy animal function*-  of tho system, thereby making activity a  necessary result, strengthening tho fuitno.  and giving hie to tho digestivoorgnns, which  naturally demand increased substance���re-  suit, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto havo given to the public tlieir  superior Quinine AVino at the usual rale, and,  gauged by the opinion of scientists, tiiis  wino approaches nearest perfection of any in  tho market.   All druguists sell it.  7.20  f.JJO  $.20  COS  7.G0  11.10  1S.S!)  '"12.20  7.r,o  :?...*��  1.-..1:  ..15  i.ac.  1-i.rio  10.00  1.7. IC  A  seal  lias  been  known  twenty-five minutes under  to  remain  water.  The first lifeboat was built at,  South Shields, England, aiid used on  ���Ianmiry .50,   L7G0.  is. iMcp-fi.KRsoTry  Street Car Accident.���Mr. Thomas Sabiu  says : _ My oloven year old boy had his foot  badly injured by boire run over by a car ou tlio  btroot Railway. Wo at onco commoncod bath-  uii�� tho foot with Dr. Thomas' EclcctTic Oil,  whon tho discoloration and swollini? was ro-  inovod, and in nino days ho.could nsbhis foot,  We always, keen a botfclo iu tho houso ready for  any emergency.'       ���  All children at some1 period of their  infancy are subject to indrgestion,  diarrhoea, or constipation. While the  symptoms of these troubles greatly  differ, the origin of each is due to the  same cause���improper food or overfeeding. This results sometimes in  ���diarrhoea, sometimes in constipation. In either the treatment is to  remove the cause, and this can only  be speedily, safely and effectually  done by the use of Baby's Own Tablets,, a purely vegetable medicine  guaranteed to contain no opiate nor  any-of the "poisonous stuffs found in  the' so-called * soothing medicines...  brothers who once use Baby's Own  Tablets for their little ones never after experiment with other medicines,  an'd always speak of them. in the  highest terms. Mrs. Geo. li. Johnston, Wall 'street; Brockville. says :  "I have 'been 'using Baby's Own Tablets for over a year, always keep  them in the house and always find  thorn, satisfactory. If my little boy-  two years of age���is troubled with  constipation, indigestion or diarrhoea. I give him the tablets and he  is soon relieved. The tablets regulate the bowels ami' do not cause after constipation as many medicines  do. 1 have also found them beneficial in teething."  .Baby's Own Tablets are a certain  cure, for all the minor ailments oi little ones such as colic, sour stomach,  constipation, indigestion, diarrhoea,  etc. Children take them readily, and  crushed or dissolved in water they  can be given with good results to the  youngest infant. Sold by druggists  or sent post paid at 25 cents a box  by addressing tho "Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.  I  Williafms' Pianos  add lots to Christmas jollity, and few gifts ara  more acceptable. You say you can't afford one?  pardon us for saying you don't know until we  tell you our way of securing a good instrument,  on our easy payment plan���well worth your consideration . Santa Olaus may yet visit your home,  WILLIAMS'   PIANOS  are .used exclusively"at tho great Hudson's Bay  Company's piano recitals every" aftornoon and  even in *r. Hear them under the touch of an art-  'isfc. and then come to us for prices and terms. '  Wc have some slightly used, good instruments  in stock, for sale cheap.  Forrester & Hatcher/  Y. M. C. A. BLOCK, ----- 1 - -   WINNIPEG.  E!dridge"B" Sewing Machines.'  WORK AT HOME.!  -f}vr.'r~r:  that is low  METAL  \im&  . �� ^.  .  r#V  C7* ZW-Z  ���ir-c* f^r ^*  OAT^E-S are so low in priec-  no one can afford  to use wooden ones. Light,' and ye:; strong erfough to support a heavy man on the end while he swings around ihe  circle without, cousins them to sa,^.- Thay are neat ic  apne;iii*nco, will last a lifetime, '"."/'ill uot sag nor get ncketv,  Ihcy aresurpked with hitches which iuIow theai tobeo*j6:i-  ed either \*. <:y and are self cctiuc;. The only good metal cute  ei-'-i-al t.srm >.!'. pesos. ��� We a.so uir.ke Tana nr.d Ornnmehta!  ;.  r:*,�� Ppqc-   Wro Fe'ico 0o..l.!.-r.('.cri, Walkerviiib, Gni 31  IIOSS  & ,liOSS,  General Agents, I3ox   G33,   Winnipeg,  Man.  When  a man  asks  a favor  he    always  puts his   w;orst feot forward.  -Parmolee's Pills possess tho power of acting  specifically upon the diseasod organs, stimulating - to action tho dormaiit. euerfrios of the  system, thereby removing disease.   In fact, so  Carswoll, Carswoll P.O., Ont., writes : "I have  tried Parmolee's Pills, and find them an excellent medicine, audcae thu: will bell well."  Tne tallest man in a crowd always  mamvges to got well up in the front.  It is calculated that-Norway and  Sweden have between them 322.000  head of reindeer. Finland has less  than 45,000  in all.  Minard's Liniment Cnres Colds, Etc.  One can never tell by a man's  looks whether he was disappointed  in love or only has dyspepsia.  Miuaifs Liniment Cures Distemper.  If a man loves a woman he, offers  to give up smoking, but if the woman loves him she refuses lo let him  do  it  Cholera and all summer complaints ,are so  quick in thoir action that tho cold hand oE  oeath is upon tho victims before they are aware  that danger is near. If attacked, do not delay  in getting tho proper medicine. Try a doso of  Hr. J. 1). Kcllow's Dysentery Cordial, and you  will .'ret im-ut-di-uo relief. It acts with wonder  ful rapidity, aud nCv'cr fails to effect a cure.  We want the ser- |  Vices of men, women  and children to work  for iis, whole or spare  time���knitting men's  -socks and other ar-,  ���<fviticles at their own  homos. We supply ]  j3j yarn   and   material,  B3 andpayfor all work as sent in. Forfurther  R particulars address,"1  H    The People's Knitting Syndicate,  H (Limited), Toronto, Ont.  itloway & Champion  BANKERS'AND BROKERS  ���WIKKIPEO.  Write to us for prices of SCRIP.   .  Get our List of Lands.  Stocks aad   Bona3 Bought and   Sold.  Wo can furnwh tho exact amount of  Scrip for any payment on Dominion  Lands.   Do not pay cash.*  The thief who stole a watch, instead of gaining time is now serving  it. ' c  JAMES HODD ARTHUR ATKINSON  li&OO & ATKINSON   ���'  ITlocir and Grain Merchants,  Room 242 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg:  We are buyers of -wheat for lleceniber and January shipment from western points and ln store  Fort William or Duluth. Our Mr. James Hodd  having a long: and well established export Flour  trade, -wo spociallv desiro correspondence with  millers. HODD <fc ATKINdO*.  Hen's" wages  in     British,    factories  average 25s a week, against 1 tis  Spain, and 15s  in. Italy.  in  The national debt of Ireland, 150  millions, was consolidated with that,  of England in the year IS J 7.  Ic is estimated that the saving effected by the world's railways in flu*  can-in go of goods is 2.250* millions  sterling  a year.  The  world  the  average  acres.  biggest   average  farm   in     tin-  is  in  South    Australia,   wh-iv  squatter,   holds  7S.  vtf^53\  ��� V <:*���        *0  V***i.,\*.*:*-,.  *j:-��v5.-'j5! '-S3  .000  The  lost,  tates  man who hesitates may be  but the man - who never hesi-  is hard to'find.  QZOSONTTOOTH POWDER 25c  The Empire of Japan, is 155,000  scpiare miles' in extent. It contains  over  d.OOO islands.    '���  The best Cashmere shawls wii-h  seven pounds, and cost ."51,500. Tlu-  hah" of the Cashmere goat is won Ii  $.12.50  per pouad.  "Lake Nicaragua,- through.which the  new canal will pass,' Ts the only  fresh-water lake which holds a f-pec-  ies of shark  There arc at present about 5.Q00  ponies i;n the Shetlands. A true  Shetland pony should be between 9  and  10 hands high.  Hot F  ff^l?3    tf  ��>  ,.T  25c  ��<&a��aa���M? '��� ���   ...�����       ��?        ��     ������   �� k   .  itai'ge L'ietviid &xt.^ Powder      *?���''%,'������������  AlUtotes cr by mail for the prioe.    EauipW for Oip posUge, &  And let us supply you with  a clean cut,modorn lot that  will brightfln up your pages  and please your rea.de. s  and advertisers. Writo us  for estimates on anything  iu printer's material.   :. : :  TORONTO TYPE  FOUNDRY CO'Y  175 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg.  W.  N. U- No. :*57.  i , *  -'-it  *   * -V J,  ������ tAyyk\  I.  I , V-*1 l,J***?c'l* .\ *��*C#MhfinE&33GBU  R*fef38  ^  /i ,  1 ,  ;  A-  f t  )���'���'  D   ''  'yq  1  t\t  ['  '',!.  !-'���  1l i  ?������' I  t1   ,  .* ��� i  ., t .*  ���i. i- -  -4 I- :  . 'i  .-i i  A"i-  BIG FlGnr AT FERXIE.  i^''*^^^^Tr��aiM��-.^ ���^ ~fr  The Government Is Selecting Most Valuably Toivn Property.  It is said that the Crow's  Nest  coal  company is in a tangle with "the  gov.  MRS. PHi&4'��;  JiiViSLA  'ernment over  allotment" of lands  Ihe tovvr* of Fefnj'e.' Ti  m  i'ho  Sending for some', and during  the 'interval it lie coal company continued 'tp  heU property, flying contracts  for   the  ���*nme.    Wh'airit' came ��� time   for th'e  :ioverar:ien& ��� to   make its   choice  by  flocks,   the   first" st lection' was   the  block on which the  Royal  hotel, the  'coal company's handsome office buildings   and   other    valuable" improved  properties were located."  '   The coal"coinpany   then offered   to  pay   over   to, the    gpvernmenl  B*   CpAgt��e-53*  REED.  - "Madam, I ae^ 'n&tx, -y .won't you give  me Pomething-ft.(aa^aU0stion was addressed to .Mi# 5htZ&, who had just  matter  was I     ��No> Pve tfo.^y to WMtft ^  vagabonds!" tcw hep shaip reply as  the carnage docarelammed shut.  Mrs. Phelps, >a.-wealthy young widow,  prominent in faahionahle society, was  m an-impleasajat-franie of jnind. She  had just visited three of tho largest '  stores 'in the city in a. vain seareh for  a certain costly fabric, ajid now" felt  ;hat she was an exceedingly unfortunate  and post ill-used individual.   Present-  | finished coat* at from five to ten cents    ^^k^upt. ihe fl"? of *helps & Co  is  j each, and inahc joieo pants at 16 to 18 I more ProsPcrous thau eYer"   And *irs  ^nle   o   #���?/��������/I'll  nansi " '       I  tn on ey'received'for the   lots,  but ih's  govern men t'says:    "]tfo; we-want pay,  ���In accordance to*pres"ent  valuations."  ft ue fointh of the town , of Fernie, to  Vhich ��� the government   is    entitled  Wler the law,  at  present' valuations  Would mean  that   the  coal "'company  \vould have   to   pay ' peyeral   hundred  - thousand dollars to'secure'the release  of the property from   the government.  ^Naturally the coar   company   pro'tests,  Jwd now say they v/;ll 'go" before  the  Srovinpial   hoiise and   secure  lejjislu.-  Mon to giyrf then:    the, dea'irec]   relief,  'Phisis v/hy many think there  is a  lot  vi fun ahead.-���i\Iarvsville Tribune  cents a dozen psn*s,  '"Eighteen eetfts a n'oijen pairs!   You  don't mean th at;?" '      ���'  "Yes, madam, I do. When Phelps &  Co. pay ten cents for making a pair'of  trousers which sells for'five dollars, i-j  it any wonder,that th�� firm prospers  exceedingly, and that your husband was  able to give away his thousands ?"  "This is a revelation to me," said Mrs.  Phelps. "I cannot see how you managed to exist at all."  "It's been a hard, hard struggle," replied Thompson," "With the aid of our  little girl���for she has been sewing ever  since she was four years old���we were-  Phelps to-day, is a very cheerful, happy  iv oman���-far happier than when she  was a devowe -^ -"'p.-* altar of fa&hioi..  For she I .joyi.- -ut she1 has the friui'<  of Him to Vi nom she has conseuru.it d  not only her wealth and her time, bni'  herself.���N. Y, Observer.  v:  1   -vj'  >> **:v--  JL A J.  ft  <4 i>  ^  \ 9  I'm  I.  Itt +w��     ��� -i  .  ���   ���������**���*��-"���'-    since sue was lour vears old���we wear-  ito\Sa^wSPbefQr^��Ser    ����������^y able tieam a dollar L^'  ^^^ri^ecLri^^hS    SS^r^S^t^XS  J" >{  .  V., il.  L    >���  "remain sweated"in "tlie carriage until her  the   return.   Master Phelps was very obedi  ent for about three minutes. Then, his  attention was 'attracteid by something  .which appealed to himquite as strongly  as to a less aristocratic juvenile���the  antics of a monkey under charge of a  peripatetic musician. Standing on tip-  toek he" laid his liancLs against the door,  which,     having"'*" beeSi     accidentally  Goat was Too Jffrisky.  Lying guarded in a   lodge  building  .of the Order of Washington   in Spcn-  "kane is   an'  unknown   candidate   ior  jnitiation who was severely hurt  during the ceremonies. ",He   is .watched  . l>y his fellow members, who   reliise   to  give his name and are using all efforts  to prevent jt   becoming  piiblic. ,,'Part  pf the initiatory-, .ceremony   is  blind-  'fo)d?ng the yioiim" aud  drawiug iiim  ' .ftround tho room at top ep^d'ih.ft  ilttlo Girt, - T^ft InltiftHofl  owff Were  jiaabla tfltdfintwi lbs ftagoii  &nd ths  .helpless   Vlfctim   fras    dumped   over  jjgainst the great' high   altar. in�� the  room.   His side  was   crushed in  and  he was  painfully   hurt.    Members  of  the lodge have kept him  under  treatment in the lodge , room.    The  Order  .of Washington is a   new  fraternal insurance   organization..   It  has   some  women members and news of   the  ac-  .cidenfci  is' said   to-  have   leaked' out.'  through them.  It is estinio.ted that   of   the  United  1      O       i       r t  .Stales paper money outstanding^nore  than $10,000;000 has been lost or destroyed and will never be presented  ���for redemption.        ' -_  Lots on Victoria street on "easy  pay  ments.    See D. J- Elmer.     * '   !  OON'T THROW THEM AWAY  Jt is just like throwing away money  when you throw away, the SNOW  &HOE TAGS which are on every plug  of PAY ROLL CHEWING TOBACCO:  Save ihem and you o-in have your  -choice of 150 handsome piesents.  TagR,;ire good up to JAN'Y. 1ST 1903  Write for our new illustrated premium  catalogue. The Empire" Tobacco Co  Ltd,  -Man.  Winnipeg   branch,   Winnipeg  St.   Joseph's   Convent  NJiJsSON, B. C.  Boarding and Day school conducted  by the  Sisters of Kelson,   3.  C.  branches of elementary, busiuesfa   and  high   class  education   biught  hy    the!  sisters who hold   certificates   from   the  London     Board     or   Education   and  Science      Department,     Kensington,.  England.    Apply to Sis-er Superior.  left unfastened; yielded'to the wessure  "and partly opeiiefl;  aid in a very short  time the,young gentleman was out pf  the carriage and haft'-^ay across ,'the  street.-Then, in an iuotant^ there was a  hoarse  cry of-<rarn"fng,    a   womaai's  shriek���and somie'thmg grasped the boy,  swmig'hha from rigit in front of *a  runaway team, and laid him, frightened  and screaming, in his mother's arms:    '  After she had'soothed tho child and  put him into the carriage, Mrs. Phelps  turned to the rather shabbity-dresse'd  man to whose agility her sonls rescue  was due. * ���  I'You have saved my Arthur's,life!,"  she*' exclaimed. ' f'Coine to-morrow to  my residence and rnffae your reward.  Meanwhile, take this;"' and she handed  him a $20 gold piece, ���  But the man refund the proffered  gold. y  "Wh'y should you regard a lazy vagabond? That is what you called m&a  bit ago'when J.asked you for edmer  twins'," ie remarked.' "  - Jt WM 6M' f)f fett��M|n 6h8 @JipIfrJr,#d,  "?5fd(j& what I saM, ftssa -tell me bow  I eafl assist you,"  "Ifadanvyou're Invited me io come to  your home. If you'd do me a kindness,  oome to mine instead."  A��rs. Phelps looked at him in amaze-'  ment.  ���VI can liardly do that," she said. "I  would much rather'���"  "As you please, madam. Tm glad I  was able to rescue your child. If you're  glad, I wish you'd visit my home. It  isn't mue>h to ask."  "What is your name, and where do  you live?" ...  He said his name was Jamea Thompson, and named an' obscure street as his  address.  "After I've taken/my child home,'l'li,  call and see you,', said Mrs. Phelps. "  "I'll be there by the time j'ou are," he  responded. , ; ' *    , .  "��� An hour later. Mrs." Phelps, accompanied by a trusty, servant, having  drivm into a narrow, street, entered a  most uninviting tenement, and ascended  three flighta or^rickety, filthy 'nUiira,  was admitted to a xxao-W attic room,  lighted by a single window. The floor  was�� carpetless. A cracked stove, an  old table, a large box. which served as  a cupboard, a, bed, and. two or three  broken-backed chairs, ��� were the only  furrdti'ye. Bui .though so- bare and  comfortless, the room was clean. Upon  the scantily covered bed lay two persons  ���a woman of perhaps 35 and a little  girl of about six���boih evidently ill and  both sleeping uneasily.  "I asked you to come h&re.because I  wanted you to Bee this,", said Thompson in. a low voice.' "This"���with a  comprehensive wave ��� of the hand���"is  my home. You see all my furniture���  except what's at the pawnshop. I have  no fire, and no fuel to make it with; no  food, and no money to buy it with. , I  have a little medicine left by the doctor.  All ' ^u^ non(J ��^ th*2 comforts needed by my  sick wife and child. This, madam, is  why I asked you for help this morning."  Mrs. Phelps covered her face  than four dollars a we&k to feed, clQth<?  and warm tlie three of us.  Eut for ih<*  last six months the'cliild has been'ill!  Ten days ago my wife took sick, an# because of having to wait on bej- and the  child I was able to do so little serving  that the1 foreman got'angry thedther  day and refused to give me any more  work.    Besides," we hijve been,rfalling j  behind with'tlie rent,":and only yesterday I received nof.ioe that if I don!t pay  up by t^Q end otthe wepklandmy sick  family must leave." " '' '    '  "Outr'ageousf-; Who   is  your  landlord?"    ��� ���    '" ���      ���  Thompson took a paper from his  pocket, and, remarking that it_wasJus I  last receipt, handed it to'Mrs', Phelps,'  who, after a single ghtn'ce, started, and  then stood staring a tit in open-mouthed  astonishment. For her own nanae was  affixed to the re^eiptj ,        '  "What!", she ejaculated, as soon as  she could find her voice.' "This houses-  mine?!' '��A yyr   "So it seefna."  "This is my ngeat's work," said Mrs.  Phelps,' half to herself "And he would  have turned yoii into the street! Horrible!"        _,   "���;  ,' "  She opened her .pockef. and took'out  some bills.  Cole's Hot Blast  Heaters.  The latest,in heating stoves. Burns  coal and wood. Also coal'and. Vood  burners in other styles,  A full lihe ofgenT  era! Hardware,  ��ElSt-TJns;jutIili'i*r ami Pluml��}uj-.  BtraiwEss is .bqom:a>j  Ssas  s^  M  lje'-'g  e?cu,-ati.,l  k%t The saw mill is  running.    The  srn el ter "si to   is  f^j A million feet pf logs are beingicuU   'The'.brick  yard.*; are  lurmn-'^l  M out-20,000 brick a day.    Tlie spur into town isT!,btM"��g  graded.   Th?. ^  t% stone quarry ia running in full biut-t.    Building*!   are   coin"  in,-    ?*'ffl  ^  , , - ' ,;    ' ���     , ������      i -." U      -f ,t''.t    ,7  tP) every, hand. - - ' h  ��*���'.. {\  & ^-ir-Lots  Stil the Same Price. ' ^  *o'   .i    ~     '''      ~  ' ' ' '  '��� ��� ')i  ti       . ���      '     '   s  ��� -    ��� SIMPSON & HUTCHISON,.,   $  -   ' ROW AGEiVTM B  Officcbi Marysville' and Cranbrook. o|  f < i "**  jfcw  City   Shaving   Parlor,  "Mr. Thompson," she said, '.'I thank  you for insisting- tliaii J should come  CEJSTTKAL   HOTEL,  * ��� S       '      ' '    ' (I  .WESpJSY CLINK, Prop.  -   .    Moyie, B. 0.  MOYIE'S  LKADIXG  HOTEL.  -    i       ;��� -- ,      7 .  cSlciihing, fhi'nltlire, ffigdicines���Wtat-  ever, you and yoiir siek family most require. Spend ii freely.'but pay no rent;  this room shall vieVer post you another  cent."  "God bless you,,madame!" Thompson  exclaimed, his eyes filling with tear's.  "I take your gifts now with a glad and  thankful heart. I felt sure that all you  needed was, to see and understand. But,  oh, remember that there are others in  this hoiise almost as badly off,as j'ou  found me."  ,   Upon reaching home Mrs.  Phelps  went to her room and shut herself in.  Her visit to James Thompson had indeed beeni a revelation to her. How had  she'discbarged the responsibility which,  the possession of'great'wealth.'carries  with it? .  By   lavishing   money    on  flowers, music, rich viands and the like,  when so many were lacking the necessaries of' life. ''And; most humiliating'  thought of all, much of the very wealth  which  she enjoyed had   been earned  for her by those same starving poor.  Theirs it was���not hers���if justice were  done.   In her humiliation she knelt and,,,  offered what was, perhaps, the'firstreal'  prayer  that, had  risen from her lips  for a long time; a prayer in which she  craved pardon for the thoughtlessness,  selfishness  and  frivolity   of the past,  and consecrated her wealth to the service of Christ and of those concerning  whom. He said:   ."Inasmuch as ye have  done it unto one of the least of these  *   *   ��   yehavedoneitun-toMe."  I. 0. O. F.  %VIJ<l��y Itutlsa Ho. 4*.  Meets every IJJontrjay evening in their  hall on yictoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.'  i >     i- .' ' * '  J. S. MacEacherk.   ,'-   W. L. '"Reiix  ,Jii"ob)c Grand.    ',  ���'< Secr'y.  The host of 'accommodation}*-  i  for the t raveling public.     .  P. J. McMahon, Mgr.  TO TUB  DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deafness  and nuises in the head hy Dr. Nichol  son's Artificial Ji#ar Drums, g.ive !ji]0,  000 to his Institute, so tlintdmif people  unable to procure the Eir Drums may  have liiem fn-o. Adclros-t* No, 1*1522  Tho jSir.liolrion Institute, 780,,-Eigljth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.    -  T7alcyon Hot SprinjiB.  The most complete' health resort on.   .   _     ^  tin-continent of North America. - Sit-   from early morning till late'at night  "How long have you been in this deplorable condition?" asked Mrs. Phelps.  "To-day is the iirst I've had to beg,  was  th.'k  reply; ^  thrown myself into the river rather  than do if it hadn't been for them. Bxit  I couldn't see them starve. I came to  the city five years and more ago," he  added after a moment's pause. "I had  bad luck, for w.ork was dull. Prom having a little house by ourselves, we were  obliged to move here, and then my wife,  who was a good seamstress, succeeded  in getting men's trousers to make at 18  cents a pair." Y  "Eighteen cents.a pairl" exclaimed  Mrs. Phelps. '��� b .������'���:''���''  "Yes; but the price soon fell to 15  cents, and as I was out of employment,  I helped with the sewing.   By working  uated midst. Scenery unrivalled for  urnnducr. THE HALCYON HOT  SITJSGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B. C. Resident  physician and purse* Boating fishing  and excui-ions. Telegraphic co:n-  MUi:'" -''    ]   -v.":t,!"i'   :;.l!.   rtiir.t.8  'of    '.he  nil ' ' *-:> ii': :���- il-*. vrsive iu;;l .-'de'ri* t'  dai'o. T'Tm.**', .f'lOY'to'', ijllS-...pei . w'e'ci- ���  ncconlinfi    to   residence'  in , hotel   or /  villas.    Its bath, cure all   nervous anil ' ^and was the head.    I wonder if,  ,..-. t.     -  .       ,     ,'   ���   when he gave largely to some library,  muscular cheea'ses.. Its wafer*.-heal all cmirciL br hospital, he ever thought of  kidney, liver hum hkhtuk-I. troubles, the poor wretches"who toiled day and  Thebi.tiiK iiini v.":ii.is- im |m li.vjiiu ��� aight, summer and winter, with aching  hie remii-'dy for.silvt-i .yd Lad pt.JMni. eyes, weary fingers and hungry,  juy,      ' stomach-s, that the mill which ground  , A-year has passed. . .James Thompson  with liis wife and daughter, both, of  whom, have been restored to health, aa-ev  living in a neat, pleasant house, .the  gift of Jfrs. Phelps, through whose instrumentality Thorn��>son has procured  lucrative employment.1^ The year has  witnessed sonie other changes, too-7-  especially in the real estate owned by  Mrs. Phelps. Very promptly she called  upon her agent and gave that individual  some instructions which fairly took his  breath away. ,She obtained from bim  a list of nJl tenements owned by her,  1 10 oeg - 1 an<* ^eTL set *-�� work to systematically  'something I'd have < vlJi^ each house and the families occupying it. Such poverty, squalor and  degradation as she encountered! As  a result of this inspection, she ordered  a general 'reduction of the rents, a  thorough cleaning of all the houses  and numerous repairs, while some  crazy habitations she ordered to be demolished.  . Phelps cc, Co. no longer pay starvation  swages to their employes., Mrs. Phelps'  husband had bequeathed her -a con-troll--  ing interest in the firm; and one d.-iy she,  startled the other partners by proposing a heavy increase in the rates paid  for. rpaking up clothing. They demurred, a,n,d said that such an increase  would bankrupt the firm. But Mi's.  Phelps persisted .in her demand,* and.  finally induced the senior partner to  accompany her to the abode's of some of.  the people employed by the firm. They  had not visited,many places when he  said he hod seen quite enough.  "How do, you suppose the patronage  of Phelps ,&'"Co. would be affected;"-'  asked Mrs. Phelps, "if''our customers  were aware that their hew' garments  had been tying a few hours before on  the dirty floor of a tenement or on the  bed of a child sick with a contagioxis  disease?" .  y   '  . Being unable to answer "this question,  satisfactorily,' both pur tn ere .quietly  submitted to the inevitable. The-wages  were raised, and,; far trom .becoming  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to "Order.  R. A. SMITH,       Moyie.  r.EAR MacEaCIJHES & i\IACD6VAl,l;s-:'   CHAS.  P., CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and ���    ,  E232I) aimer.  Graduate of Champion College oi the  United Stales. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's . block, -hear Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph nnd  tniiil orders promptly attended to.  S07IQ   Hirers', 'Union  ��� '  "' ���  WOt^-l.  -"* "''   '  ttmlslu M'a&rcgcir ij&iUvf^y Tuc*gday  eveillug". Sojourhiog members are  cohliolly invited to attend,  John McDonald, P. T. Smyth,  v President. Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  " Meets on the first Wed need ay  evening of each  month  at  1 (        1 r '  8 o'clock sharp ia tho court  , 1        , ,'  house.  A. P^ Macdonald, Pros.     '"'' ,  Andrew Johnston,   -Lewis Thomson;-  ���    > ������ '     Vice-Pres.      , _'_,    J.__ Scc'j;.  British Columbia  Perfflaneflty"*388^  LOAN AND SAVINGS   COM PAX'S  The objects of  the  company  am:    To   afford<?a  safe   and  ,  profitable nie.-uis for the sav- *  ing of small sums by  reguU,-   ���  in?liilnienfc, as well- as for !'*o    ���  .. fnvD?ttrionfcbbf tmtiltixwyc r  RfOa^ftrjl fit ��, prdii  DiJalbtPii,   To ds.iist /nt-ffi-  bei-fe in building, purc/nvJii^  or improving homes uiHlcVoiir-  ing  off* existing   iucumber-  anoes.  P. T. SMYTH,     Agent, Moyie  bovitr Moi"iE.  .fiti'. .1005.  Meets on ;lib last TbuffT)  daj-ofcncli month. Vis '  iting  brctliern ,'iavited  to fit tend.  Cranbrook,  B. C.  *JJ- t^, ^^t^^^^^r-rt^nrw^liTfc.r-a'.-ga.am j-j^**r.*^*-. jrjr^a^*���r_  �����> SCENIC   LINE.  DIRECT   LINE  EAST.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  LOWEST rates.  WEST.  "Vancouver  Vicioiia  Scatllo  Portland  San .Francisco.  IJ. T. SMYTH, C. K.       G. T, MCGREGOR, It. S.  Methodist- Ihurcii *  SERVit. aS  1  Are held in   Mr.  J. C. Drewry'o build  ing,  corner  Victoria   and    Tavistock  ��� ������ 'j       ���,  street, each Sabbath at7.-.'50 p." m.  Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  Pr.iyei meeting Tuesday evening al  8 o'clock.     ���  The public an.- invited   a.nd   will   be  cordially welcome to  attend   services  W. L. SHERIDAN.  Pastor.  ,', ��� WHOLESALE AND* KETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS, |  ''j^fesli ai:d Cured Meats, ;Fresh  Pisli, Game ami' .Poultry. Wo"  .supply   oiily ^ tho   best'.'     Yo'iit  c,   .       , 1<T '  'trade solicited.  -1    '.    ��� -* i- -  fll.VUKETS  In    all   the   Principaj  Cities a-nd    Towns ,ixi  i  !���"������    "Pfr ���'*���������������  British Columbia.  ' ellNBROGE, B. C,  IlEADtiUARTER.S   I'OK   EAST   KOOt.-Wir.  Foii  FiNjE3   TAILOIIING   GO   '10  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trouyo.rr*,   Imported     Goods.  MOYIE, B.  St.  Via. Soo Line.  Paul.   Chicago,   and   nil  United  we managed to earn enough to pay our  rent and buy sufficient food to keep us  from starving. But the rates went  down, down, down, to 13, to 12, even to  ten cents a pair."  :b "Whs.il. Ten cents for making a  pair of troui?eiti? Who is mean enough  to pay such wages aa that?''    ' A  "The great clothing firm of Phelps &  Co., madam!"  "Phelps &;Co.!    Impossible!"       y  "The  firm, madam,  of which your  husband was the head.    I wonder if,  out hie money might turn him out a  vhicago,   and  States points.  ..���TOURIST SLEEPER SKRV10E.  EAST���Leave Revelstoke Wednesday,  .'.Friday, Sunday.    Leave Kootenay Landing   Friday   St.   Paul,  .Toronto, Montreal, Boston.  .WEST��� Leave   Revelstoke    Monday,  "Wednesday, Friday, Vancouver,  .       Seattle, coast.  Steamship Service.  FROM VANCOLTVER-Alaska,   H.i-  s    waii, China, Japan, Australia.  Through bookings to Europe  via. all Atlantic lines. Prepaid tickets from all points  at lowest rates.  For   Rates,  Miij-s,  Time  Car.lH.  Tickets  and  Full Information ni>i.ly 10 Nearc-.u Locnl  Affent.   ,  Q, Hilliep, Aijent, Moyie,  J.S OABT'P'R," V., J. fiOVI )-:,  The Leading Ladies  and Mens Furnisher  1-      j-  mj.fu.tcztyiSfZ'  Clothing, Boots  aud Shoes, j'^^^g  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing-  Line at the  if.-*  A Full Stock>f_,Minera Stippl  Alwa^'s on Hand.  Call   and   Inspect^Our   Goods.  \ yjys$3%*  V**.    . s ,ri*.S2> 4*4*1  '    ���* * \L 1 **'*"^  ANGE  "Mf.#?il  l>i.*itj Piisff, A��t.  M'jlsoo,  As-*'! Ocn. I'nii,. ,\i;(  Viincovt"-.  c  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING  ���A LSO���  Baggaois,     ICXI'KKS.S    and     (Jkndi.'Ai  Delivekv.  V  V" S-.iw>��.i  STlJApil,  y��t:->  WiOYW.

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