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 *m  iv-,�� ���"a**'  -.- '-.I  ,.��� 7-UIJ  ��� *"f. ���**  "���'-'<*/  l      *--    -        _���*���  * its  J*-     1  '���**��  ���"j   ,/r-***rt  &*���%���  C/  . /  ���    .1   J /  v..-     *- - -^��'  Fm  two.��..  MOYIE, B. C. MARCH L  ->-��� '7    ' "! *. ���    "tS?.*-  'e^*    Tlie  -el-Jpiiiem  installing  -'fil'l aod  Ircady j,f.  3 . develop.  s 'if (lie  '"���in Ws  I-avroW it  For'lli^' t two weeks we have been busy going  all  through our  ��� -'Y.--.W1 '-   stock measuring up oil>'"   :' ' ,'���'    ' ' :' ���   '  ��-.i* .'..���?!*ia"3 ��� ' . _ _. - .  j.   *-;.-ir;ci  $2 A YEAR  m  Boards  of Trade ape  essiono  LOC&L   MEWS.  ���r-McuttT�� '-'ess goods, flannels, flanneletts, canton   flannels, printa,  t:0��fi��$h <��� ottons, iiner.e, sheetings, muslinrf, silks, laces,' ribbonB.  ���� city oi  \c6hzifnMuvour big stock   of   mens'' goods���sei-ge   suits, worsted  iljia'     '   ^aiip/t^gfei. suU8,8hirt.s collars,',necktiea,   underwear,   top   shirt?,'  .<,-..  jomy^uekinawd, and Kortjng over.our heavy stock of  ifo i lives  il j;3 to  .5 per cent t|  02, and tul  ig blocks.I*,  id to $22.}. jfe  0  ujo'iuIisP  con;|)le|v !  id ing coil |  thu com',  ���k" will U  9  AND  "���v-  Pffi  KB!  lover all our complete slock of groceries. Hi   othof' words-  Stock TAKING  ia the timo for bargains in remnants', aiid in   all goods wo  slear out Iii order to o&t opr stock, cleaned' up .for -spring  Sining in.-- ' _- ' .'  wmmm passed  One Eegarding. Coal Supply  ' of East Kootenay;  the  ,  ' jOtlier .^Concerning  LeaOounty,.  Y'S '  0(1  ��� i  o m nine *  , ,,, t  j;bu--o\i?,  pioted. a;.  Iranspo;'  Coal ca>f  OQMPA-NY..  b?Mnadm bank of commerce  IV'.   ' ** "*���       ' ' ,  ���*���*���������-* ��� -��'  \ft-Baid TJp Capital   $3,005,0:30,  ., 1 i-W 1  1  c i1  IY. A. Mackenzie, . Proprietor.       ������'���  jl for the  masses.   Every tiling: First  |brv   respect, ySample Rooms  for  Oomme rciaLMen.   -    '  HUBERT HAINES, MGR  A  Jack Wrin h.-is retur3:ed  to Moyie.  'Jj. A. Rickors  \jns   tlqwu" tu % Elko.  Monday. '     '  ���    ���   ��� A "   ,    . -  T>. -J. Egan a  barber of  Cranbrook  has jocatficl-in Moyie. '"'','     "'  M. A. Beale was in   Cranbrook and  Port Steele tbic week."   " " "      '     "   '  Miss [rJopc-r returned fi-ora Kimb'erjey  this morning.     -    '    "��� ���  ' '. '  D. J. Elnier v/ae down to JEernie  on-  b^gicess this Week/''   "'  It will Soon   Rank  with St�� Eugene,  British Columbia.  ���^:-  PropS.  Large sample roomj^i'i.'connection  with house for commercial men." T3est  of accommodations.  Quarters for Commencial and  Mining Men.  4s  jioyjji.-'u. c.  is  ,,^.->��tiw->��.* "��<*.->����.������>��.���  es  iy.  ys  -er  er  of  th  st  ^WM variety of Jelly Powders-whieh  I  'X  k you would like.   Here are  ^SMfl Some of the Flavors:  Kaslo, B.C.j' Feb. 26.���The fourth  annual convention of the ap-Hociated  boards of 'trade' of British "Columbia  was called to ordor this evening by  Chairman "G. fJcott'Galoway of Greenwood. Credentials.were presented by  delegates from Nelson, Kaslo, Boss-  land, Moyie, Grand Gork?, Cascade,'  Trail, Greenwood, Phoenix," Cranbrook  ��� i t- " i, :  and Fernie. Revelstoko, Kamloops,  OolumbSa and fort Stople "wei'0 not  lepreseqted,  Eflferrlng to dwoa^ood'vj mboIiuIcb  concerning the fuel su^piy, tbo pfesi*  dent said:  "It behooves us to watch carefully  any steps which may be contemplated,  by interested parties with the object of  throwing under the ��� influence of one  corporation the whole of the. coal  bearirig area to which we_are now looking for the, bulk of' our" supply, or of  allowing oae company to control , the  natural outlet of that section' of the  country. The Dominion government  should therefore be asked to exercise  its power in preventing such a condition of things from arising."  1 A resolution was passed regarding  the bounty of $5 per lou on pig Ibad  produced in Canada,--- asking that lhe  Dominion government be requested lo  modify this'bounty for thc first year  sothat the full amount, $100,000 be  disbursed, providing 15,000 tons , of  pig lead bo produced during thfe first  year; should iliure be less'than 15,000  tons produced' during such year then  the rate allowed during the first year  shall be $7 per tori instead of $5 as at  present provided; furthermore, that  the bounty for each of tlie succeeding  years shall bo at the rate of $5 per ton  but such bounty shall' not ex-.-oed  $100,000 per year as tit present.   .  G. O. Buchanan waa unanimously  elected president. ,H, W. C. -Jackson  was re-elected secretary. The'session  will be resumed tomorrow.  METAL   MARKET.    \*  New York;���Bar silver, 55-*!-  cents.  Lead, $4.12*._   Copper,  $12.30.  Lokdon���Lead, <��ll, los.  '   EASI   KOOTEJUY   STOCK.  Asked.  Crow's Nest Coal SSO.OO  St. Eugene 7.     1.00  North Star., _       26  Sullivan..."         10  v-? , With  Mr  Bid  $72.00  -   23  9  ���r- $4'Y  "���'-'ft-fv*.-  S^    "H - ���s*. jv,   -> ,j.  CHERRY  VANILLA  KASPBERRY  LEMON  GRAPE FRUIT  p  S    S     V   - r    '       V    <���>  \  It  i.    t', .i*r,i-4 v ���<���  'S  I  l of mi. ir*  Ih,j iV  AEoollug- of tlio Moyie "Watex* Co.  Tbe**anuuul meeting of the Moyie  Water Co. was held at the court house  last Saturday afternoon, when 12.6S0  shares of stock wore represented. The  following officers were elected : J. A*  Harvey, president; -LP. Farrell, vico-  prcsident; W. L. Reid, secretary;  Victor , Desaulnier, treasurer. The  other directors are A. P. Macdonald,  Andrew Johnston and Philip  Conrad.  The company is iu gcod financial  condition and will bo paying dividends  within a short time.  Mr. Bury Goes East.  Mr. G. J. Bury, until recently  superintendent of tho Crow's Nest  division with headquarters at Craubrook, has been promoted to tho  position of assistant superintendent.of  the Lake Superior division, with bead-  quarters at North BayY He will be  succeeded by Ii.' Pv.v J.amoson of  ���Faruham.  Mr. Bury  is  a  courteous,, -efficient  and thorough railroad  man,  and  was  by far the most  capable ."superintend-  ' ent this division bus ever had. f  ,' James Fraser, of G. IT. Miner's store,  spent Sunday in Cranbrook.    ''  Rev. Sheridan '.?ac down to Cranbrook Lhc first of \he week.  '*'       v * ' ' "  Mr. and Mra. Ed Hill wero in Craubrook for a few days the fh*c;t of the  woe!:. ' '  ��� C. J. Hose has left,, Wardner,, Tdaha,.  and ia again in Grand Forks, North  Dakota.  ,Goo. Leask and con and Thomas  Christian were up''from Cranbrook'  Sunday.     "t " '  -   A son was born   to   Mr.' and   Mrs.  Alez St. Eloi last Sunday morning  at.  then* residence neaf Park, Mitchell   &  Co.'s saw mill.        , (,  T. B. Hill, ,e, commercial   traveler,  was hero this week; visitin  and Mrs,'Ed Hill', ','  Jiimcs Asbflflld* foprosenilng ,'th��  KaBllagalHumhei- Oo., orVmoouver  was in Atoyie a day this week visiting  his cousins, W. L. Reid and Miss Reid.  _ Mrs. Adam Golsong aud children  left for New Denver Wednesday to join  Mr: Gplsoug, who is ���.yorking in a mini-  near there,  Thos. Poley,- of the railway contracting firm of Foley Bros.,' St. Paul.,  was here this wef-k" tlie guest of his  old .friend'Sam Grgnt, manager of the  Moyie Lumber,Co.  T-.VO new coaches for the Kettle  Vallev line were taken turougl*. In;re  TTJiur8rtay to be used between Republic  and Grand Forks.  ���James Cronin and A. P. Macdonald  are in Kaslo as delegates from;.-Moyie  to the meeting of the Associated  boards of tr>ide.  , Joe Colistro, the Italian who gained,  considerable notoriety with oue  Bemish some tims ago in Rosaland,,  was here a (hiy or two ago, but "con-  tiuued east.  ' Tbe editor ot the Leader is in receipt ot a letter from Frank Danny;  who is spending the wiuter in New  Floss; Ont. Frrnk expects (o return  to Moyie about-tha last of.Marbh.  "Wm.   Milld,   Jack   McTavish .. tuid  John McDonald,   three   of   the   best  miuers that ever struck the camp, left  yesterday for   the  Estella   mine  near  Fort Steele to go to work.  ' ^The McMillan Fur & Wool Co. have  placed their price circular  on   file    at  ouroffi.ee  for  reference.    This   house  has   been   established   for   nearly   a  quarter of   a   century,   and   shippers  find their dealings'  with   them   very  satisfactory.  Dr. Barber, the dentist, was iu Moyie  most of the week aud was busy all the  time. The doctor is a first class workman and is well deserving oi the  lucrative business which he is receiving.  Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McGregor and  children will leaverabout next Friday  for the east. Mrs. McGregor and the  children will remain in Ontario "and  3fr. McGregor will proceed to New  York, where he will consult a specialist  for his ailment. It is to be sincerly  hoped that he will be benefitted by the  trip,  R. Machin, of Victoria, general  aceut in Canada and the United States  for tlie- Bennett, "Crown" fuse and  Halmon's Cornish drills, was in Moyie  this week. Mr. Machin .does busiuss _  in these goods in all parts of the'  continent,  from  Dawson   to  Mexico,  $610 EIPiBEB mil  As Soon as Price  of Lead  .'"AdyanpjBs It will Be in   '  Position' 'ip   Work  "   _aud Ship, Ore,  ���'  Moyio has certainly a great mine in  the Aurora, and 'if the'"price of load  continues to"advance as at present it.  will not tie long until this property will-  be shipping ore and paying" dividends.  It is estimated 'that-* already some  $6,000 have been "expended' on de-  velopernent work on this group which;  consists of five full.'claime. The ��To. 1-  tunne'l is now in 325 feet. From y thi3  there tire two crogsouts to tlijp'was.t, ope  tO faefc in length and the o-.be? fd fesi)  ta'length. .These aro running ai an  angle jfrom tbe main tunnel and on.  seperate veins. !Pheti there ia a jha'ft  down 40 feet. This is on the veiu and  the ore has averaged from IS inches to  ���1 feet in width all the way down.  The Aurora is directly across the  lake and on the same lead as the St.  Eugene, lt has jpaore work done ti nd  looks better today .than did the Lake  Shore 'group at che , time it was  purshased by the Canadian jQold  Fields Syndicate. Tiie Aurora -.is  owned by Thos. Rader, O. J. Johnson  and Capt. 1. B. Sanburn. -  GENERAL  MEWS  MOTES.  V        ', *- * ', .***        *   -I* -'".   v.**- *', .      '���*** '    '* ^  Lieut. Hobson lias been placed on  tho retired list of the XJ. S3. Army.     ":  Sir'Wilfrid and Lady Laurier'arc arranging to spend' three' - moptns'rrn  Europe.      -- "��� "      ��� ' ,;    - '' -f '���*"   t,f  Wm. Hamilton, president of tho  ^ym. Lfamilton Manufacturing'Cc-'.'^Bi'  Peterborough, OWt,"/is dead.-  -"'   *'?  The grand lodgei'of Ontario, A. C.  U. W,,-has voted down' the motion' tc  increase tbe rate ofassossr^entB.     ' '  ��� Xi is announced tli&t.construction of  the C. P. it.'s big' slio'p inf the east encL  of Montreal will begin very shortly.  !  'Tlie new Spokane city directory, it is  announced, "contains 20,8-i.S names, oil  which' the population is estimated at  52420. '   'X 'f ' ���  The'Turkish   authoritiGa deny   that  Rev. Tsilka has been arrested for coni-,  plicity'in the kidnaping of Miss Stone,  Ho is now in Sofia. "'"'������  ��� -'  The-professional  evente,  one,    two  and thrpe mil&s were  on 'the  card  of  *.   ..     1   - .,  the skating tournament in Minneapolis  recently.   Nerval Baptie, the ,C*- nadiari,  carried off the first prize' in each event*  Thomas, of Minneapolis, was secoad in  each event.-  -B. C. Riblet hag cecure'd the eon-  tract to build one of the largest aerial  tramways on the 2?o.rtU A.mQric-iin  onntiRfinti' It k to ho in wiufc "is  known fig the .Crrun^ ^n-oampflient  mining divi-iion of Wyoming"; and .will  be fifteen* miles bhg. The tramway  will be built on RibletV patented der  sign. Work will be started ou ,it ,ir>i-  mediately.       X A     '  cranbrook:  items.  AZartlu on Political Situation., ���  Joseph    Martin, the  leader  of  the  Liberal force?   iu    the-  province,   has  given   his  opiniou   upon   the present  political,   situation.    In  an   interview  Mr. Martin said : , "Pthinkthe govern  ment wiil be sustained throughout, thc  -session.    In   f,\ct   I   am   sure   of   it.  There is no legislation outlined in   tiie  speech from tbe throne to which groat  objections should be raised, anil   1 nereis none in prospect   now   to   svhicu   I  would object.    I do not see where the  benefit, would cuine in of defeating the  government, and perhaps   putting in  office an opposition-which is eveu now  devidiiJ  again al  it-self.    Thero, is   no  difference   between   the    govcrninout  and the present constituted opposition,  and Mr. McBride is not  consitstant  in  his objection   to   Mr.  Dunsmuir.    H<-  deserted the premier   for   the   reason  that he asked Mr. Brown to be oue  of  his cabinet, Mr.   Brown   belonging   to  Opposition   as   it   v/.is   then    furmtd.  Now he takes into his advisory council  Smith Curtis, who   was  also  a   member of the same opposition."  friends   in  for  Victim  . JIT^rniw Odd Fellows Org-uni.-.o.  A lodge of  tbo .Independent    Order  of   Odd   Fellows   was   organized,   at  Pernio last  Monday   evening   by   the  Craubrook lodge assisted by tbe .Moyie  lodge.    It   will   be   known   as  Mount  Fernie Lodge 2sTo. 47.    P. E. Si:uu**ou,  D. D., w.u- tho i-isututing officer.    The  lodge start* out with a membership of j iu attendance on   the  k-gislmure,  over 60.    Dr. C. P.. Higgin?,  lormorly [ svhioh ho isJ a niembor,    Th  of Moyie, was elected  to   the   otiice of  noble grand.  An excellent spread was served at  midnight by W. YV. Tuttle, proprietor  of the' Koyal hotel. Por this Mr.  Tuttle refused to take a cent from the  members of tho new lodge.  -These representing the Moyio   lodtje '  were R. A. Smith, G. T. McGregor, 'C.  A. Poote, \V. T^Jamesou, P. J. Smyth,  1). C. Drain,   D.   J.   Johnson,   P.   1.  Moore and J. J. Murphy.  Cranbrook Herald:  Mrs.   Frith   is   visiting  Cranbrook this week.  Tiie Masons   are   preparing  ball during the month of April.  Cory Dow brought ft ,:T. D."  down from Elko Tuesday.  Mrs. W.,W. Doble has ��� sufficiently  recovered, to leave the hospital and return to her home.  1 ,        v VI  M. Billings recovered from, th-s  'operation for , appendicitis in good  shape and in now doing nicely. He  tvill be o :t in' a week or ton day-*;.  D. V. Molt was elected as a delegate  Lo the meeting of the Associated  Boards of Tr.uie at Kaslo this week, as  a representative of Fernie. He will  endeavor to securo   the  meeting next  year for Fernie.   ,  " ��-  One of the many ChinauicU of Craubrook died Monday at St. Engeuti'  hospital of tuberculosis*. Tho funeralj  is being held this afternoon, and as it,  is tlie first Chinaman who lias died i'n  Cranbrook, the event is no important  one to the local Celestials.  Senator King of Chipman, JST. B.,'  arrived yesterday fur a visit with his  two sons, Dr. J. H. and M, B. King.  Mr. King visited Cranbrook two years  ago. and while here met many people  who will be pleased 10 know that lie  has recovered from his recent ilhissa  and able to enjuy once more the bracing climate of South East Koo'tenay.  Tiie .Nelson Tribune   has   failed   to  appear for several days  owing  lo   the  (> iper  being  in  financial   difficulties. .  John Houston, tbe editor and   ono   of  the chief stockholders, is   in   Victoria  ol  Tribune,  which previously had been   a   weekly,  wa�� started as a daily  on   January   6,  1S90.  and from jSTewfoundlind'. to <��� Skawgay, j        ' a ixcistibio'Assnyor  in fact   everywhere   that   mining 'is j   'Parties.* wishing -to;'have'  done.  "   ��� '  assaying  ������''done should.send Iheir work   to  A.  L.  ��� '-���r��� :. SMcKillop, Kelson,B.C.   Mr. McKillop  ��� ���" :pipiiniorin at-siKo.        -   Y j h!isaywen ,,su!MisheP reputation ; imd  Tliore is said to bo- an. epidemic  ofi aicsc u.nsfcing work to-his hands  can  be assured, of   receiving   reliable   returns. A ��� y.  diphtheria at Elko and two deaths, are  already reported, the last one being  Hazel .Geddeg, tho four year old  daughter of :,Mr, suxl Mrs, A., P.  deckles,  ���   :"'"   .'���-.'*.  1     Lots on Victoria,alreet on easy pay*  i icontg.    See D, J. Elmer.  Moyio Scliool.  L. A. Rickers, ono of tho trustees of  the Moyie school, visited the school in  his official capacity yesterday.' Wheu  asked how he found everything he said :  *T was highly pleased with the advancement made by tho different  classes, and the general efficient manner in which .the school was being  conducted. It. certainly r*. fleets groat  credit on Mr. Sutherland, tho principal, and I am firm in my . beliefe that  he is just the right man in the right j  place."  * A Colorado women has advertised  for a second-hand foot warmer, but it  is doubtful if a widower in hor Ideality  will have' savey enough to take t\yj  hint.  0��& urn  -egg��ai*tuj-tf.-jwA-v..iy��**wj.^��<���� jf w'-r fh-'r-i  ���n-nsTBrt  ^G'^3a3ST,��"'^lr***|*m^^r^^i.w^jK**aL-<  pgHI'0a!a!aiia"l*Ccac^^  ..     ,   -  i,  ';v.  i :,; ���"-. i  L l .        **  . s <; .-,..,  ,  '���   . -*Y  ���' ���(���". .''  t       e   .*      1  -   >l *  ���. *. :-:  ' *.*.  Y, *    ' **���'.  Y1 .    i. ��� "���*���*  ;,    ',     1    i  ' < >|  .... -       I,  .-*  j.;  i  i-  j i  :.t  ���m  M MOYIE LEADER.  -'Published in the interest of the people  of M.'o3rle and EastKootenay.  iff..J. S5ITXn ��&. CO.  -    Publisher**.  .RATES OF SDBSCniPTrON.  ���Ojo Year..  SATUHDAX MARCH 1. 1902.  ,      NOTICE.  Take notice that 1 have applied U> the chief  '_ ' j <*om*mis-.ipncr  of  lauds  and ���vvorlis,  Victoria,  -B. C, for a bi.ecial license to cut nnd carry away  timber on the following; described vuoautCrowii  lands in the southern divUioi* of the East Kootenay  district, 15.   C.   Commencing at   a   post  marked Vic Desaululer plnnled on   the   east  side of Irish-mail creek on the north sido of the  railroad track, running jO chains   west: thence  following the creek ICO chains south; thence-10  chains east; theuce ICO chairsnorth to place of  coinmencment, contaiiiingr 640 acres,   more or  less.  Dsted Jan. 1/ 1902.       VICTOR DJESAULNJER.  4���39.  Asthmalene Brings Instant Kelief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.  P-J?  .$2.00  TIMES   AI.E   HIl'KOVING.  A heller feeling is   begining   to cx-  SENT ABSOLUTELY F11EE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.  WEITE YOUR-NAME ABTD ADDEESS PLAINLY- ,  NOTICE.  Take notice that I have applied to the Chief  commissioner of lauds  aud   works,   Victoria,  B, C, for a special  license  to  cut  aud   enrry  away timber ou the following described 'vacnnf  ���ist'all oyer the Kootenays, and froin I crowu laiidsin the southern tin-Lion of the  ..preserii indications it Will not he long East JCoorentiy district. 13. C. ' Commeni-sn*-} at  until the various raining towns in   the  "two districts named will  be  enjoying  -their usual amount of prosperity.  The labor   trouble   at   Rossland   is  a post planted about one mile and one half on  theeast side of Tochty along north side of the  British Colnmbia Southern railway track ou  which poast is marked L. Cahill, running east  160 chains; thence south 40 chains, thence Iwcet  160chains; thence north-10 chains to place  of  TEM  practically   settled   and   that   town   is | commencement, containing 6*10 acres, more or  again enjoying   the   good   times   for -^ ^^ . L. oahili.  which the place'is usually noted. [  3���39.  There now scarcely seems to be n  shadow.of a doubt but that the Si.  Eugene at tliis place will be running  in full blast within a short time and  gh'ing employment to nearly 300 men.  , Then. Moyie with a payroll, of between  :iHO,000 aiid $50,000 behind it will  again have ils old reputation of being  the,.beat town for its sixe in theKoote,-  . 'nays.  '    Tlie Crow's Nest Coal Co. at .Fernie  * 'is now,mining, close on   to 2,500  tons  'of. coal per,day of 10 hours.   The coke  . ' 'capacity of the 636 ovens, all of which  "are not in operation, is about 850 tons  -.1 day, and should soon reach tlie 1000  ton per day mark.,   Fernie  iG  already  , ��� prosperous, but* will bo eyen   more  so  'before the year is iar advanced".  Then the  building   of   tho   smelter  ' and' refinery  at Marysvilie,  aud   tlie  'adding o? a refinery to the  smelter   at  Trail will assist materially m handling  lhe output of the mines and in  affording the home treatment "df .Canadian  lead products. -  ���      * - ��� ..  The  lead   market   is   also   getting  ���stronger, and there is every reason   to  t believe that it will be, both steady   and  permanent.    '   .  notice. ���  ,  ��� Take- notice that T havo applied (o the" chief  commissioner of lands and works, Victoria,  B. C', for a specia". iiceuse to cut and carry away  timber on thc following described vacant  Crowu lands iu ttic southern division of the  Ettst Kootenay district, TJ. li. ComracuchiR at n  post, on the west side of Galb'raith's ranch,  block flj;r>S, on north side o'f ri.ihoad t ruck, which  which post'is marked Edward Des.-iulnier, rtin-  nin-i 100 chains wuhi: tl.e.ice'-iO chf.ins s'outh;  thence 100 chains csst, theuce -10 chains north  to place of- commencement, containing C10  acres, more or, less.' EDWABfr) DESAGLNIEK.  Dated Jan. 0,1002. '        ' -1��� 39*  No, gcutlo reader, Ping Pong'is'  not  the name of a Chinese laundrymau.  Marriage is'said to be "one grand  sweet song" in which the man furnishes the notes and the woman the  word 8.  "A Colorado women has advertised  for a second-band foot wanner, but - it  is doubtful if a widower in her locality  will have savey  enough   to   take *-the  hin t.'  .. The blow struck by an air drill is  usually figuied at seventy-five' pounds.  The actual weight of the blow is not  really known. The weight of the blow  struck by a hamhhersrnan is greater  than that struck by a power drill.  The blow struck by a man is inversely  proportional to the number of blows  he strikes per minute. The faster the  blow the less the weignt.���Mining  .Reporter. ��  Pojml&tion of Ji. C. Toiviis.  Here is the population of soriie of  the towns of British Columbia taken  from the bulletin recently issued from  the census department at Ottawa.  Alberni.       502  Columbia,.. '...'.       350  Cranbrook       1,196  Cumberland '. , 1,14:9  Fernie    1,010  ���Fort Steele       353  Golden '     . 705  Grand-.Sorka ��� ��� ���    l-��32  ���Greenwood     1,359  Kamloops        1,59-1  Kaslo    1--580  Kimberley-        100  Moyie  ���   .   , *   NOTICE.  Take notice that I have applied to thc Chief  commissioner of-lands and. works, Victoria,  13. C, for a special license to cut and carry away  timber on 1 he following described vacant Crowu  lauds iu iho southern division of the East  Kootenay district, B. C. Commencing at a  post marked 6. Dcsaulnicc planted about one  and one half miles east of Tochty ou the north  side or the Canadian Pacific railway. Kttuning  jivest ItJO drains; thence south -10 chains; theuce  east 1C0 chains: thence north 40 chains back to  place of commencement1, containing- 8-fO acres,  more or loss. '.    O. DESAULXrER.  Date.! Jan. 2, 1M2. -     . ' -1���SO.  .Notice to Delenqnent Co-O.rfier.  To Otto P. Johnson, or to finy person, or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests fir the May Flower mineral claim,  situate about five miles north of Fort Steele in  thc 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. , c  You,'and each of you, arc hereby notified that  I have expended onchundrcd and ten dollars in  labor and improvements upon tiie above mentioned mineral claim iu order to hold'said  miucral claim under the provisions of tho  rairiortil act anil if within ninety days'fi-oni the  date of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure's' together with all costs of advertising, your interests in said claim, will become,the property  of the sub subscriber under section 4-of an act  entitled "an act to amend the Mineral Act  1900." WM. GALLUP.     '  DBted at .Moyie, B. C, this Sth day of Jan. 1902.  4���39���3m.  There is inollnng like Asthmaleue.  It brings instant  relief,  even'iii   the  worst cases.    It  cures  when  all  else  fails.  The Rmv. C.  F.  WELLS,   of   Vil3a  Ridge, 111, says;    "Your trial bottle of  Asthmaleue received   in   good   condition.    I cannot tell'yow how thankful  I feel for the good derived from' it.    I  was a slave, chained with putrid   sores  throat and.'Asthmn for ten years. ,1  despaired of ever being' cured. I saw  your advertisement for the cure of this  dreadful and tormenting disease, As***  thina/and thought you h/id overspoken  yourselves,.but resolved to give it *-*  trial To my astonishment, the trial  acted like a charm. Send me a full--  size bottle."1    , ' -  Rev* Dr. Morris Weclisler,  Rabbi of the Cong.    Bnai JsmeJ.  Now York, Jan. 3,1901.   ',',  Dh . Tai-t Bros'. Medicine Co.,  Gentlemen : Your As:.hmalece is mi  excellent remedy 'for Asthma and Hay  l^over, and 5its  composition  alleviates     ' ' ..,'*,  all troubles which  combine   with   As*      ,, -  lb ma.   ,Its success is astonishing   aud ��� '  wonderful.    - .   . .. . ���    .,  Alter having it carefully  analyzed-' wo^can   state  that  Asthmalene contains no,opium, morphine, chloroform -or'ether.   Very truly yours,  BEV. DI-l.MORIUS WECHSLER.  Buy Your Drugs at  S-&33  Call early and get a better choice. ' Do not oyerlook tin; fact \\m  we carry Hair Brushes, ' Cloth Brushes, Military hair lirn.-he-./.  made with geuuine bristle8,*and with ebony, wood, or ivorv bach  A. STEPHENSEN", Proprietor.  <i i        '  Miner.<*headquarters.   ��� Good .accomtnoda'ions  for tra've'urs.  ,' Y      ,    -' liquors ��nd cigars kept in stock",  Lake Shore Addition -i  ��� Bent  W!-i.  ���i'^Mm  &fm  IJteti  mi  'v.-*!*--*--.   "^i-  m  mm  mx.  M*fm  ��s3  RELIEF".    i     i m  MOYIE, .3 11  NTEDEnSTAX)l\ Ji/ESTEllEIi ,0 CO.  ager Beer, Porter and- Oolirf  m  mr  casf  O. F. DB3AULNIEE  DEALER t  ��� PROMPT DELIVERY.  OiU'ee nsJ A^e.    ;MoYlE  58:2  Nanaimo ���  -0,130  New Westaiiaster  0,-199  Nelson  5,5.73  Phoenix  4-00  Port Moody "    S3lJ  Revelsfoko ...*..-.  1,000  Rossland -  0,159  Sandon *.���...   ������ ��� -���    55L  Slpsac i........... i >���'.���������.���������. ������- ' '%>Q  f4?ra:l ������   ���������  Vancouver   Vernon ���.-.���*.*  Victoria   :a,3G0  20/K��  Xd S03  20,810 i  vUiV  .'Already a .Li*-, e ^s"  Prest, the photographer, liais 3ust, received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay..  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  .       I       V  �� l , V  Cr.iabro<>2^,    ?.Iojio;     Fort Steele.  Will Visit Mbyle oh  .^JJ^SKAY .AUD, WEDNESDAY.  SO  YEARS'  LPERIENCE  Gjiow's  live  .-, The coke,.supply  from .the  Heistj as  affecting. British C<  Bmelters proiniosb ib   become  ABBUp;    The  Ora?d; .^prlis^ ^opd.,:^  irade recently adopted   the  folio wing  resolution': _' . '. \P:.:,,a.P\.). y ";.:..  ; "Eesblved', that a rscclutioti dealing  ���lvit.ii the question of the^p'oke and 'coal  supply .from tlie Crow's fTest1, and tli'e-j  protection of the ^qvQrnm'ent reserve  '.therein'j ha lirought before the Associ-  atent5oards of Trade of the Kootenays  land Yale sit ils approaching meeting  'A i-ra-jio."  Moyie,  ,'    ,' Avb^Si-Rixas, N.'Y., Feh. 1, 1901,  Dit. Taf't Bl-ipS. ifSOIOlNE Co.', ' , '  Gentlemen : I ^vrite I liis testimoai-il from a sense'of duty, having tested  the wonderful effect .of your, Asihmaieii1*, for the cure of asthma., My.wife  has'been afflicted'with spasmodic asthma for "the p.i3t��12 ,,'years.' Having exhausted my own,skill as well as'mauy others, I - chanced " to see your 'sign  upon your windows on 130th street, New York, I at' onco obtained ;h bottle of  Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking it about the,first of;November. I,  very soon noticed a radical irn'provyment.-' After u-**ing one' bottle herasthma  'has disappeared aiid she is entirely free from all symptoms. ��� I]feel tliat I "can  consistently recomme..d the medicine to all who are '.iflHcted with ' this di.s-  tressing disease.    Yours respectfully, O.'D. PHELPS/M. D.  i    ,.  ^ ,  0^_  ', .  Drt. Takt linos. MEMCfcvfi Co.     t ���   - ' "  Feb.',o, 1901.    -  Gentlemen:. I was troubled, with iisthraa for 22 years. I. have triort  numerous"reniedies,cl)Ut they have all fjiiled.' I rah across your advertisement  and started with a" trial jjoctlc.' I,, found relief at. onco. 1 have siucc'.'pur-  chased your full sized bottle, r.nd I am.over grati-ful. I'have family of ionr  children, and for six yean-Twas unable .to-work. Tarn 'now ' in, the best of  health and am doing business every day.. This testimony you can-riiake such  use of as you see "fit. Home addres, 235 Rivington street*. S. RAPHAEL, '���.-' ���  .;.,    ' "T '' 67   East I29lh st., New York City.  TRIAL BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY   FftEg   ON  REGE! PT  OF POSTAL.  i >  Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAET BROS,' MEDICINE  CO.,-79 East 130th St.. N.Y. City , , ,   ���     ;.  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.  Harvey   &   UcOarter4jgEALE & ELWBLL  FOP.Ti?TEELE1B.C  Harvey, Blccdrtbr & Alezandeti  i FERNIE, B.C.    '  Barristers '^Solicitor&  W. P.'G.URD;  jiAiiiasxinK, sor-iciTon, exc  CRANBROOK,  B. C  jwmtfiw ���aaj-JgraLUL*."*  Mining Stock  NorAsiiss   Public^; (JoMiiJs-  SION AND   JjSSURANdE.   AOKKTS.  m  QjUality hot excelled inrthe country. Try it and  '"..'.. Tbe convinced; < i  ��SS:*5S*5SS.-5.-5^^aSSS&S*3*a��l*>Sv$i9'�������  -3  J0I1JVJSTQJV   B.EOS:  % This Hotel is New and \vell Furnished. The *��  ���5ft ,  (V  vi>  iff  <*>     ,  (ti  fti.-  (h  (n  &, jmoyje;'  .    -   . ,    ���   . - ��� ���)$#$&  -1  - - - ii.      i i in -M'^;  Tables are Supplied with the Best tlieriag  ���Market affords. The Bar is Filled withgSfifi  1 the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. ��  VHEADQtfARTBRS   FOR COMMERCIAL,,  , .PXtiD MINING MEN  L * ���    ' X       ������'_       ^  ,      _.      Ki:iTjsu;coi.i;.irjiiA  fl   Established  DEALERS  1877. incorporated  AUTHORIZE*)   CAPITAL,  $100,000*  For Dowhrlght Satlstactloiif  Shipment after Shlpm e nt{.  Ship Your Goods to Vs.  Full    Prices    arid    Imma-  Brandies:  FOttT steele;  FIMBERLEV,  MARYSVILLE.  >r,r:.*?r^>.^-T^  ���; -���v:r��;-r.->;^SS^^^^i-.,-i&*>.3!iv^  Sa-^^gS^SbS-^  CRANBEOOfe.  Daily market prices  by  wire  from Spokane.  LEWIS THOMSON;  T^jfaSSatt^lftSw  wfsis^Bb  fjriy.ivi i*-Tii*ii''fi*��'i  /"^yfiar V jb  j^V^l-*fih��ti'riSi  *-.. ^.7*Cvt**.*l, ^.r  I-    v\s\ ^  Notary Public, Accountant, .Commission and  Iiisuraiice Agent. '  B.  O.  rt!raci-lsm*tn3r3uiitnMM*xxxzz2  i'.'Jic.   <.*(:  tiuns sti'ictly cc3iiMr;iilis.r. l-sjusabtiol: oh I'ntclats  *J --'��� -���-'-r-i.*&*vivJr  r'jrjfioctrlii-L* yjatento.  Fntonf? fake** Uirc*.;..?! -Munn & Co. receive  specialiuiUcc, i-rill.o.it ornrtie, ia the  t-ent frca. dldc'st tif.c  JPntonf  specialn  ���   & 4r��  A hnndiomel*** niuat.r,if n.l iv.;ck1v. T.nrcest cir-  culiition of any scientific .Viurnal. Titiiib, ?-3 a  year ;-. four months, "JI.  i\u'<l by all ncwadcalerfl.  E. A; -ELTON;���-.  Commisaion. and   Insurance  -  ���'-"*',- * "  Ageptj-.v'-. j. Vi':   i       ' ':  .   khrwf york Li-i% ���  ,. ��� . *..,   '���  LONDON AND LANcMrll^E.  ���    PHCENIX .OF BROOKLYN  Insurance Co.:s  Fort Steele. -I-, O.  N13LSON,  B. C  EUSTKOOTENM BOTTiING CO.  6ranbr"ook, b g.  ters  of all  Orders SoHcited.  FMa Water  and Sypliens.  'I  200-212 FSR3T AVE. N.  -..Yiotttorrtifd  Y-dayi-Tht)  -. '������T.TaosK'Pi  ' KontrettlVr.-Q  '���'-'"Easfc,\V*ii  'Bat"?o*tajw  ~ '--'dailyvfife  \A/R8-rE     FOR     PRICE    CIRCULARS  ^*za��zsxMSi&zixsxB>ir^f2Ba&in^,3:^   J  ���.... ,������*-*���"  rjtact-W  V  icn't Itubberncck Your -Neighbor's Paper. ' Subscribe for  Nolsoft^i  i'jtaljLcoasl  Porta'goJaJ  >.' t'6rmed.u  ', ^ Sunday'  ��� Gladstone, ]  1 . intenuo.  \ Sundayi  Bhoal Lake  ,,, ,'iatopoii  <���- TuoSm'T.  Rapid Cib-,  .    day, Thi  ;Mon.'-(V?  Mordont'Do  ' "-jointa'd  !   Napmka.'A  .   v.Bomts,*<  L-.'-feotsBrandoi  f:,Gleiibtytdm  x-PAsMai^i  : ..Pipestbiieg'!  ;-' ���'c:-; -;:^:; irusdisC-Sg  ;-.-.-:.Y"0.*iPidi.*-Wtt'  .:. jBx6bysHi*"6,;  ���:*:;-V->.-."*?,Vai^Tue  ���������X.XzonVX'Xrj  ��� Grettaffi-Sia  !': '���; -WesSSdllfii  YYiYTueSv,-i3:  '.;: Storie;wail^  ���^'Eme-fsba^irj  XtiiMifLmi  ���aXaxmm  '. PXxX$f0p>M  PxwXX$j$x��,  AXXt$m0$.  mm OYIE LEADER.  MUX'IK,    -13.    C.  ulhnrdy.  was once put to Gen-  If*  &-"fe*a  was the most fool-  vou ever saw on the field  hat  ���������^���������wBm^jiy -*'*������ irfsi �������.  ^\tinM.i i.  JIM TF  Consumption  Cur<  ,. ���^-LE GOT AWAY.,  | i  r��it-rolj-y   Caw. ���,.,.   ,.  ��� I    ��*<��<�����> ...���!..,,,,��� Whltlte-  'Pft  mm  see It on the field of baltle,"  feral Wheeler. "I saw it, ono  young woman tried to en-  ���*jn��* door leading a dog by  [string. She passed through  3t not so thc dog.  Tlio rush-  fcame along,  nnd   tlie  dog  both ways and chopped up  |he were in a sausage ma-  time he escaped his mis-  ns-adly on the string and  [into it,*again.   Sho got him  last,  being a very  deter-  The janitor of the building  Im  up iJi a- newspaper - f or  she could carry hhn home.'  ie clung to that string was  Solhardy thing i.ever sayr."- -  je   opportunities  man,  and an  ass  make a  of an-  ���e  Cures Coughs and Colds  at once. It has keen doing  this ��or half a ceiitcity* It  has,saved hundreds of  thottsancis or lives* It -will  save yours ii you give ifc a  chance, 25 cents a cottle.  If after using it you ai;s not  ' satisfied'with results, go to  your drug-grist and get your  money back.     .    ���    .  Uncle r*;im  [ j iil-i-ut thc cojjii;.. I  J j l.-'ok a p-izf. Iji..|")���.  UllCH'-J tu-f-h  rnyi-v to conic :....!  Y  Write to'S. C. W^us & Co., Toronto, f  Can., for free trial bottle. i  Best  .�� 1.  fc-s^ssiis  ILIN1MENT for'Sale EYOT&cre.  ^Jb^^ffie man acts only after'- care-  "' "'"'^ration.   His   mistakes     are  Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects t&e Stomacli  ^iwiiim Hiiiiiii iimim limn lb  NOT THE COMMON KISi).  Urrs. Jloucier���Are tlie pictuj-cs you  boup-.S.'.   in  Kurope all  laadscape-s1'?  Mrs Xeurich���My 'goo'diiets 'no' '.  Thoy are every one oil paintings.  ".'���"��� ns *,���:������ ekl nioun-  !i:i'I  li-j.-i]   telling  xne  ������  uiifi how his muk-  _.  (     "ild-nly stopped r.nd  11 !*i��-j Hi.,t J 1-iiL'w there wns  ���'W.-ll. what oi i'lV     '.   he repnC*"  "Th'u��Van,r'iV!> "? UlG THmWes don't  ,)!!St,,.,I,',nnd. hilv��'t for twenty years  ;;Vou nw-aii t hero's a family fend*"  -    ������"-"-.'..i   ti..lt-s   Vi.h ,      -   ,'  K-Trh.'  '"  ^V1"1",^8 �������*��' BOt ton r of  1        '�����'������!"��. ��..���!the Trimbles havo Kot  ""-.i  the same of the Whitneys; aol.cjily  j��y .u-couru loft  'ct-pt  Jin, and  nie.  t   uul a inulont the fair too."  ���And wn.s thon-uiy trouble''!' I asked.  ���   Not much trouble," ho slowly  ..Vv VvaH ,ui��l>t��l.v dis-appohm.*].  [>nl yon look for more prizes���>"  ' Ao. sub.   Thm jim Trirablo rc  2>  SS;i��3  S'n:  hitch  '-^KN  ANJj   HELPLESS   WITH  ��OKK TO BE UOXE-DBPaiV--  L'I.i OF THE POWER  TO WORK  ol  Iii-  "������-��� Lusbiet- of Lac Weed on Was  indeed in an UnforUniuu* P-i^ht  --He* Expresses His Thanks. Tni-  a Complete Restoration ui Health  and Strength.  replied.  f 1*011  YY'Ti  3Ba  se hut little, un'd fulfil  )i**e."  hut  08  wm  case  C. Richards & Co.  len^J-ast winder I received  ;(efit from ' the use of M17J-  j&JMENT in a severe attack*  )jie, and J have frequ-intiy  to be,, very effective in  riifhumnaUon.  Yours,  W.   A.  HUTCHINSON.  rostoror of a worried frr.'iin, and" Lo Ret, sh-en  clo��iii'"0 tlio Silomarh from nil in.pu!iti<>r*i v.'iU" a  fovsr clones nf l*nrin��jJ'.f*'s Vcystflblo 1'ill-*. i;->1.-i.  tine coated, cont:ujjJn��- no mercii/j'. ut-cl niu  ffiinrnnlepcl to ctvo satisfaction-or tho moa/iy  will bo rOfujidcd.   <l . ri  When a man is paid, for playing he  calls'".!, work.  fas   positive  as   woman      is  'W  5 a,-*ifiura;  ian an  full.   '  inch and he wants  ffolks   in,'the  country   often  fc at a mltlin-r gate.'  Wlicn  a bee loses  its  ternper,  oiiL"��or'a stinging-retort. '  look  niNABB'S LINTOT- M2?iS llGliira.  S��t away  ,������., nnf-?^>   sot  slick  nwny-and  the  *..nd only knows when  I may m��ot up  .b   nmaK'iu.,   Thar he-wus. and tbar I  \-i<k. hut he dun j-ot away." <  "���lust bow do you mean. Uncle Sam'*"  from me?' ' ''J:45d��� SUh~hu dai1 g0t aWay  "Was -there any shoofinf-?"  '"A Mil;** of shootiu', s-*-,.h."  "And you shot and failed to brine him  down .-"  "Tliat wns about the way of ic. I was  too^.n Huddenly sk'k and Toll.down, and  wlnj.. I w���s lyi���- thai* Jin, Trimble  \.-a..;s otf. Sow of the family ever did  do the sf-nar' ihinc"  I hadn't jrot tl...- puzzle -iulvc-d vet, and  after it time I in<iuiivd of the old 'man:  "^ou say you ^(.rt. s-uddeniv taken ill?"  '"Vck, si:h." '  "Vri-at was the cause of it?"  , "Why, them two bullets.that Jim Trimble bred into me |���.;,/ he walked awiiy.  of lo's-c." rcjiiied the old man. with a look  of as!oni>-!  out long bofrin  ns.nnij.nmem ������*..  I  hadn't figured it  ���Detroit  Free Press.  Norn-  .    RETURNED.  You  oughtn't  to , h,*t  those  mo*  blow -k'iasw  at you 'like'thtU.  Pro*��� f   don't.    I   blow  them    back  every .time. "���' ..  The.?,,  : ttie til  -full   of trials  felad  of it.  Sriority of >fother Grsves' V<"orm Kx-  ��s .shown by its good efiecis on tho  ^���urcluibO a bottla and kIvc it; a triat.  artists  LliilmeiiL CftTii Biiras, Etc,  upper-  .'.    "    How's This?  We-O-fyer Ono Hnndrcd Dollara Reward 'or  an-' Hz*-, < f CaUirr i taa . cannot be cared by  Hall's Otanh Car��.     . -  <���  i'fJJ. (.'��� iniSi-JY <��~ CO., Props., Toledo O.  Wo, tho unrJciaVr-'O*! liavo known F J.  Cheney fo.- il*'* last J.1 *yoar.-.. Jtnd holio-vo him  porlec'ly hojiora'* o ln an bus/ncis transactions,  and linancisilyttblo to carry oue any obligati-o-.  mado by their i':rrr*.'  WEST &TUI7.V-S, *YV;.G!c"a.o'1>n.-��-"ri**"ts, Toledo,  O. WAI.OIWO*, Ki:-.T./ji ���& 2-Iai:v"X-**!Y" holciate  Drafrs-ist3, Tc-lc-do. O  llalt'f- Cat-'ivrh Cu.ro Ig taken internally, act-  in/? directly upon th". Llood-andj-iccous surfaces  of the i-3'st��;n. * Price. 75c  oar bottle.   Hold by  all drnijprtst-.   'iV.-**;ir*-ioxiiab f ree.v  Hall'3 Pai��iJy 1'ilU aro tho be-.i.    ,     a  ���   TJsef-ol.  ."Our church fair"was a splendid success," said young Mrs. Torkiiis.  "Did you sell lots of tLiugs'r"  "Yos." ���  "Anything'useful?"  "Yes, indeed! Everything was ever  bo useful. I can't think of a single article that couldn't lie saved up and donated to be sold at the next fair."  ���  Many a woroan'.s popularity'is rme  to  what  -she forgets to say.  An   engagement ring  on' thc .finger  i�� (-wortli .two' in the pawnshop.  2*Jcver .say-fail.       , ���  -   ���  Truth, is 'its .own  reward:  , TVlmt  ri*.  Wanted.  He���Mj   "people1 are   bothering  marry .Mips-Mayford. <���  "  She^-You'd   he  very  lucky if you  She i*"! yery clever and beautiful ���  .Tie*���Oh. I dnu'i want to marry  and beauty.   I want to rnarrv r- .  me   to  did.  brains  PEEVISH CHILDREN.  Afakc the  .Mother's  Life One of Care  and Worry���How to Keep Baby  Heal',ny and Happy.  THEY NEVER FAIL-Mr. S. II. Bou-.-hi.er.  Lan;?ton, writes: "Por about; two years"]. v.*r...  troublod with Inward Pile.*, but by -us'mg Par-  melee's Pills, 1 was completely curc*<l, and although four yearsrh.ii*o elapfO<l sineo then the  have not rotnrned." : Pnrmeioc's Piil3 are ni.li-  hilionsanu a specific for the cnrtVof Liver ;*nd  Kidney Comr-laints, Dy,=>i*.cp*;ia, Costivone-**:,  Headache, Piles, etc.. and will re-rulst-a the Sv>-  crotionsand remove all bilious mattor.  Falsehood never  fails'to fail.  'Truth  iW stranger  than  fiction."  Troubles 'come when least expected.  HMD'S umm Cures BsBdrofC  Tin; race' troubles will continue in  tlio country as long as men Ik***}, on  thc wi ong -horse. '  gEjij0|lLU[ ki.ul,e-therint  Feb. 17-22.  rse.lt js!i\|l|Sther    Particulars  apply ' to  ^^-]��l|L Canadian .Northern Rv.  K'3'Sf'll��I��f1'  CEO. ILSHAW.    ���  ��� Traflic  Manager.  seeds or "any  tho homo or  mar kot ga rdoni will soenro the best results from  ��r�� J"10 - H !  from J. M. PERXIHS, Seed-hno.^,-220 Market St.,  WifiKir-EG.  1902 Sec'd Annual froo.' *  *>v *-*-JH,i)T  :i}&,  '^SW1 PAC!F[C RAILWAY.  ���Ke**'  BaultSto.^ar-0, Owen Sound, Tor-  .Sttt?*AS*rJl1 t%':1- Lal.es, Moa-  -*ll*?y'4Sted 1V n'Hl Saturday   Oo*.'T?STVia-*all,r "1* thlil*5"* ���         K^*?9f taaaund antormediato uoints  \da\hyWJf.\ -   Molsonj'Lae^du Ronucb and inicvnio-  . cuatopoints. Thurs. onlv ...  Portaiola-'PrttmoJnaiKlon',Cal.'ary,  fcelso.-x-.aM   -ill   Kootenay and  A- nljLcoaslrpomts, daily....  *  Fortagola Praino, Brandon aiid 5n-  Suud^la^POlntS  daily oxeol't  Qlaastone.Sw-^-fla.^inceosaaiicl  ���mtennedaato points, daily cscei.L  bunaay'.^v   Baoal Lake, Yoikton and intenned-  mto points.*Mon .Wed., aud J?ri.  ��   ^��3j/WTOrs., and Sa t.   Eapid Citjy, HamioU, Win iota. Tuesday, Tbix.and Sat     ��� * Mon.nVedn and Fri   fiXordon*. Dolaraino and intormodiaio  joints daily except Sunday ..**....  ��apinka. Alameda .md intormediSt��:  Tuo3.,1 Th-ur.', and Sat.'.'.'.'.'.'."."  pomta, daily except Sundar  PipestonerEeiston, A.-eola ontfinter  ffiedjatojgolat-!, Mon., Wec.Jand  Alt.  Salzci*-'-! Uape  ���fives lUch,  it icon  food at  *ttc u  Urn.  FARRS  SPELTZ���I  What Is it t  CatalOR  toils.  15.30 li.St  '.30  7.30  1.S0  8.20  7.30  G.Oo  7,30  on  -\��....  a^^S^te ^^-.Via Brandon::  22.se  22.S0  22.se  ;r.,ir>  22.3C  !(.���,���:  lO.Cf  J 8..-K  17.K  II-ou.leBt reoonl of uny peeilam-m on *j��rth,M  ^ ��..1      a    A*k    mwT^.      K*u     (UVaAh-ll,!*     A** t     C S*+*     Mn-M tl**!       I  anti >ot wo a--e rejAoMiiR* ot-tt Cor,mora., "We  ��� dc��lre, l>y July lRtV 300,000 moro��� ���  "lionco this uiii.recedcnted offer.  1 more patrons mai;  Wo-will mail upon receipt of 35o in nt-v-uipa  ourgrcat cn-tuloizue, worth tjilOO.OO ,  , to any tN-Ulo awaico fanner or R��rd**n��r,  toBOthor with ���inany'P'arm Seed oamplos  k  positively worth StO.OOto KOt a start   "  ���with, upon receipt of but IS eta.  \n CiMm-dlnn ntaiopa.  Please  nond this  adv. with  :  l&c for abof-o.  SI. pVf*��. eST!U-it Tfg-ete-  bl*i-.-*edi,��1.0O.  Ot.ta.lotr  alono, 7c  Bend at once.  MEN km WOMEN  S12 00 A W-EEK  BONA FIDE SALARY  to  represent  ua   a  pointing  agents.  Somo to travel, oth-  or.i for local work.  - Rapid   proaiotion  T,    " find increase of sal-  nry.  Ideal employment, now brilliant linse:  best plans; old established House.  Jlradlaj-Garrclson Co., Ltd., Brantford, OnL  ���*-M3-ce*--Bi3��*s***-reaaM^^  A  noway &* tiaiiipioi  BANKERS AND BROKERS  -' AAA   .        ���WISTNIPEG.  X  J  Indigestion    i.s    one    of  the     most  common' diseases .of infancy,    and it  is,, also" one  of the most serious,  for  unless  it  is  controlled  tiie  constitution     will   be weakened, " other    dis-  easL-s   -will    find easy   lodgement, and  the. child's  whole  future will, be  imperilled.       At  tho  first  sign   of  indi-  sfestioi*.  or  any trouble of the stomach ,or bowels,   Baby's Own Tablets  .should   be   administered.      They    act  with    promptness, and perfect  safety  in  strengthening tlie stomach   and removing  the offending material.    Mrs.  W.   C.   TefTt,    .Markliam, says :    "Up  to   the  time    my   baby  was a month  old.    he    was  a     perfectly,   healthy  child.'     Then  his  stomach began    to  trouble him.    Ile looked pinched and  starved;   his   tongue  was  coated  and  his   breath   offensive. . -He    vomited  curdled,,   milk,  and    was also constipated.      After    taking 'his    food    he  would    scream    with    pain,   and    although   ho  seemed ' always ^ hungry  his food did him no good.      He waa  so restless and   sleepless   that I was  almost  worn  out.      Medicine' seemed  to   do   him > no   good   until   we gave  him  Baby's    Own  Tablets.      I 'gave  him tlie tablets ancl they helper! him  almost   immediately,    and  in   a  very  short    time    he   began   to    gain    in  weight and is now rosy and healthy.  Baby's  Own Tablets  cured my baby  when nothing else helped him,  ancl 1  would not  be -without   them    in the  house-."  This is' the only medicine,   for    little ones that gives an absolute guarantee of purity.     Milton   L.. Horsey,  M.A..   Sc,   (McGill)   one  of  the  best  known  analysts   in  America,   says:���  "I   have  made    a    careful     chemical  analysis of Baby's Own Tablets. My  1 analysis has proved that tlie Tanlots  'contain "absolutely no opiate 01* t r.r-  cotic:    that they  can   be given   with  perfect, safety  to    tiie    youngest    infant,   ami, that   they  are  a  safe  und  -'fffective   medicine    for    the    trouble.s  they    are    indicated    to  relieve    and  i cure.'."  j    Such.  1111  endorsement from so  h'gh  Ym  authority,    stamps  Baby's    Own  Tablet.-" as the safest,  the surest nnd  thc most lcliable medicine for the iils  of children.  Baby's Own Tablets nre good for  children of aR ages. Thoy reduce  fever, cure colic, prevent and cure  indigestion and constipation, check  dianhoea, sweeten the stomach, allay the irritation accompanying the  cutting of teeth, ami promote sound,  healthy sleep. Guaranteed to c.'U-  tain no opiate. Crushed to a jiow-  d6t* or dissolved in water, they -un  be given with absolute safety <o the  youngest infant. Sold by all dialers at 25 cents a box, or sent postpaid ou receipt or price by addressing the Dr. Williams Medicine ( o ���  Brockville,   Ont.  -Lac Weedon, Quebec," .Ian. -20.���  ('N'peiui).���Pierre fussier is a X-.w-  .'.<.���.' who like every other husband-  "i.-.'-i has much work which must he  dome in its season. Many of a .-Yii-  io>;r k duties will not admit of a  postponement; they have to be 'at-  toi.ciecj to promptly, and poor Mons.  I-t:s*sier had not the strength to do  these toilsome .tasks. He had no  children ' to help him on the farm,  and as vigorous and trained arms  ai*.* necessary, he was feeling ���* very  downcast on account of his inability  and  weakness.  IU' had one of the worst forms of  Kidney Disease, and this reduced his  stiengthyto that of a'mere child. The  pain he had to bear ,was very great,  and always seemed to come on him  worse just at-the time that he had  sumo important work to do.  lie had suffered in this way for  ove.* twenty years, sometimes boner  sometimes worse, but always ' .sick  and suffering, nnd constantly prowing worse, till for the ,la-*t two  years he was unable to do anything.  lie decided to try a treatment of  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and from the  v.*ry first dose he began to improve.  After he had used eight boxes " he  was well enough' to work again, but  he kept on using (the pills,till now'  lie in well and strong,  " For years he.c6uld not walk a  tn.-futer of a mile without assistance,  but recently he walked eight miles  without resting.   He says :  "1 owe it nil to Bodd's Kidney  Pills,' which have done ' wonderful  things for me."  This cure of such" a severe case of  over twenty years standing is regarded by our people here who know  the'facts as little short of a mir-icle.  *JPfe�� Reason Wfey,  A coramercial traveler had a cool reception Jrorn the other commercials staying  nt the same hotel. Somewhat puzzled, he,  nstiC'd the landlord lo explain. Boniface  hesitated n moment'and then replied:  "Well, I hardly iike to tell you, sir.  Suppose I tell you a little tale instead,  ln this room a dog and a parrot were shut,  up one day. The parrot wanted some fun  and yelled out 'Rats!' thus 'causing the  do;; (o chase imaginary rodents. 'Eats!'  screamed Polly a'second time, but the dotj  did not move, so Polly, hopped off the  pereli and when close 'to the dog again  said 'Unts!' Then the dog had bis turn,  and Polly got hack'to her.perch with a  much disheveled plumage. .Shaking her  head in a melancholy way. she plaintively  murmured: 'Now I know what is the matter with me.- i talk too much.' "���London  Tit-Bits.   ��� '        s  Served  Illm  Rislit.  The twelve-year-old sou of an Irishman  ;.f Philadelphia was thouglit to be ill with  tvinallpox, but after an examination the  doctor assured the father that Jamesio  had ,110 symptoms of smallpox, but was  buffering from an attack of German mea-  K.t'S. ,  1 At that tho old man grew very wroth  and began to pour the-vials of his wrath'  upon the head of Jamesie. "How often  liave Oi tould yez to kape away from  thim Dooeh children?" he demanded.  "Seo p.iwat yez get fer playin' wid thim.  Now Oi s'pose yez'll be taken to the German hospital, an' it'll serve yez roight, yo  young bla'guard."  Otherwise.  "Well, my dear madam, .and how are  you today?"  "Oh. doctor, I have terrible pains all  over my whole body, and it seems impossible, to breathe. Of course I can't sleep  at all, aud I haven't a particle of appetite."  "But otherwise you feel all right, don't  you?" asked the doctor.  (** K. MoI-JITCusonT  .,-Uou. I'-iss. jii^-t  Write to us for prices of S0RIP,  "Get*our List of Lands.  Stocks and  Bonds Bought and   Sold.  Wa can fm*ni-.h tiio exact amount of  Scrip for any pay-merit -on Dominion  L-anfia,   Do not pay cash..  Anxiety is the poison of life  paient of many sins and of  miseries. Why,, then, allow it,  wo know that all the future is  od b\  a, Father's" hand.���Bla-.*.  ; 1 lie.  jnoi-e  when  <*i,id-  Obnas ea-osfli intoloraWo pain. Hollowny s  Corn Curo removes tho tioublo. ' Try it aud soo  what amount of pain is saved.  YTt's  funny thai, a horse can  go  mile by only moving four feet.  Monkey Brand Soap will clean a'houso from  collar to roof, but won't wash clotho*?. ,  Warned.  "Mnmma, what would you do if that  big vase in the parlor should get broken?" said Tommy.  "I should whip whoever did it," said  Mrs. Banks, gazing severely at her little  son.  "Well, then, you'd better begin to g?t  up your muscle," said TeBs-ruy, "eoa  naoa'e broke it."  I-il-e   S!>0(-tli!K   Ghosts.  The- impression when hunting paddy-  melons, a specie*-* ot' kangaroo found in  Australia, i.s of shooting nt ghosts,  what with the dim. mysterious light of  the "bush'' and tho strnnge appearance  nnd swift movement of the game. Pad-  clyineloii*-*. like nil the kangnroo tribe,  are useless for food, except so far ns  their tails are concerned, which, being  largely of glutinous texture, furnish  nuu..-rial for capital soup, very like oxtail, but with a peculiar and agreeable  gamy flavor.  Ho iv   A 1> ont   n   Giriiflftsf  "I'm mighty clad of one thing," remarked tiio young man who invariably  c.it the neck at dinner, "and that is that  you never sono up ostrich in this boaid-  ing lHiiisp.''-^Yjd<.M***.StnI<iaiiiin.  11:0 iunitnt.  jSoine time ago little Walter had  -ion to differ v.ith his aunt upon some t  t'ing matter.  "I  tell  you." --ai.l  ntiutie p.-.yfY.ly.  kuow a fev\' tliim;-1."  "Ami I know as few things as any  body. I guess." said Master Walter indig  li-uiily.���Xow. York -Tribune.  ... - '/���;.'--"*- -  ':h  XX\        i j^> '-���".,���"'-ifi  %AaA    & '/?#  0--P-'i '���"������-  CO****"-* FXi*ciH-r  A Happx Home  is mado happier by a piano or organ  of satisfactory quality. Beyond ordinary comforts aro the delights oE  music.   We soil the celebrated  WILLIAMS' PIANO  and a number of makes of organs;  besides, we usually h-we a number of  good instruments, sPghtly used for  sale*. Our prices and terms -will not  impoverish you.  Forrester & Hatcher,  Y. M. C. A. BLOCK, WINNIPEG  <&?>  easns 'Vis"���  (��v>��t����eo������������'ioflO'*��Ov.J9��o>-i��90oi������')��*������*>��t��e*>a��i<  >\* SSH,  a  v*. ���*  Are' you .suffering from Nervtus  Weakness,  Kidney,  Liver  or Oxo-  mtich  Complaints, ,Rheum��ti3rr  Pains  or  Aches   in   any  part cf  your body?   Do you feel you rsc 5  growing old too soon ?   If you ere  a irnan with the  weakness  tha...  rcsLiits   fro*m   youthful   folly   or  afoiicingthe laws of Nature, I car-  cure you if you will use iny  The product of years of study, the  realization of the fondest' dreams of  the weak and worn invalid. It is not a  toy belt,- but a powerful, life-giving Electric appliance, which,is now recognized  by the highest and best in the medical  profession as the only certain means of  restoring power to weak and vital organs.  The strength is quickly restored and  losses corrected.   - Rheumatic pains are    quickly dispelled and all functions of the  body developed and made strong. It sends the blood with a gladsome  bound through the veins, carrying health to the body and happiness to  tbe heart of the despondent sufferer.  Pay When Cured.  I know there is no better way to prove my confidence in the won-  der-",1I curative power of my Belt than to cure you before I ask you to  pay /or it, and as I DO KIsOAV that it will restore strength in every  mstance lam willing to cure first and ask my pay afterward. So if you  are "weak, breaking down, or sick in any'manner come to me, tell me  ��� your trouble, and let me cure you. "When you are cured you can pay  me. This offer is open to any man who will secure me. All I ask is  that the man asking me'to,take liis case under these terms gives'me  evidence of his honesty and good faith.  ��� QAUTSGr*3  9  e  Beware of old style, burning elcctrodo Belts, which are using  an imitation of my cushion electrodes.   My office contains hundreds of these old belts, discarded as useless and dangerous by persons whoso bodies  havo been seared and scarred by the bare metal electrodes.   I will make special terms to  anyone having'one of these old back-burners.    i ' '        - ���  My New Ulustratod Book tells about my Belt and  how it cures the weakness of man and women. It is  "worth roading. I will send it closely sealed, free,  upon request. Call, If possible, and I will erplain  my Bolt and what it - will do. I will give a free  test to every seeker of proof of. what my Belt docs.  v   Call or writo to-day.  OR. h\ B r\1clAUQHL!J3,l30 Yong�� Street, Toronto, Ont.  >" OFFICE HOURS���9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.  FREE  FREE  TEST  e  e  o  <���*.  9  6  9  a  9  ��  o  '<".  e  st��8->��t��tni)o����t��9fte����i��oot��(��(6������it��-}(ttee����������oi(i  *  ��  e  ��  e  ��  o  9  O  e  ��  ��  c  �����  0  <-  A  0  c  ��  ��  e  ��  o  ���  e  ��  e  t>  tt  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  ����� '  ��  e  8  (��.*>.  ��  e'  o  ���  e  e  ���*>  ���  ���a  e  9  vseeo��*3��Qeoo*3S*2oe-s-3��o so sootseoeooeee-eeceoee-sdv  ���   For Sale Everywhere  1  Try   our Parlor. Matches.  They produce a quick LIGHT  without     any     objectionable  fumes.     :    t    ���    .    *    .   "    . ��� :  LIMITED,       HULL  CANADA.  J  6  *��  ��  e  '��� e  ��  ��  ��  o  9  0  ��  e  ��  o  (9  ��  ��c>8��eeostj��  S9*3set9os9$-2$seeeose-9eett)����  Poetry is music in words; and music is poetry in sound; both k ���-.���������eel-  lent sauce, but they have lived and  died poor that mado thorn their meat.  ���V    Fuller.  Somo     people    manage  to    talk  great deal and say very little.  Try it.���It would bo a pross injuf-tfer-fo con  found that standard healiiu*. a-jeii*--������-l*"��� Tliouia**'  1.  "    tious  mato-���  .,  - .  tra'rv, eminently coolinsj. and soatning: when ap-  pliod. externally to relievo pain,'and powerfully  remedial when swallowed  D?. J. D. Ko'logg's Dysentery Cordial Is -a"  speedy curo io- dysentery, diarrhcoa, cholera,  summer complaint, sea sickness and complaints  incidental to children teething. Ifc gives immediate relict' to thosj-i sutler ns** from tho eilocis  of indiscretion in eating unripe fruit, cucum-  In   (he   S.-iH-atmn.  ���'���"There's, n s*-li��ht error in Hint editorin  notice 0* yours about Iirnwn's p.'i'.'ii. '���(>'���  wrotc-llint lu- w.ns 'the }r.*e:*.test \l-Al of  !ii�� tiPviO,'  and tiio paper h;is it ^'V.'iitc  ���inr.".'"'.-."���������  "Well," snid the editor after a pa'.se,  ���'d<> yonreally think it's an error?"���Atlanta Cobstit'itioa. i  ���TV ������w"�� *���- .*^'ffl**'-T-**T*rra-r9-��*i^^  Corroding- of "Lend.  While most wliite lead is still   made i  Pi.r..iryr,'J*JM,r,g!'M'S^f  Had jOancer .Again  "And will you remember  mc   when  by the old Dutch process of slow  cor- j the dance is over?" asked   tho, ardent  youth as ho led her behind the  palm.  "How can   I   forget?"   she  sighed.  "Every time I look at my poor, crushed  'rosion, there are several new ways,  "says the Rossland Miner, one of the  'best being the Bailey   method,   as   in  FIFTH. ANNUAL  Cole's Hot Blast  :'..!.  i    '.  Tho latest  in   heating stoves.    Burns  coal and  wood.    Alsq co.il and  wood  burners in other styles.  iY  A full line of gen  ,    erar Hardware.  j , ^ IS  ESa-Tlnsmltiling nnd  Plumhliij*:.  'operation at Jersey'City, N". J.,  where J toes you will be foremost in my mind."  'the lead is melted iu  a big cauldron  JJLO feet  above   the  factory   floor, and  -run into a second smaller  pot  over  a  ���slow  fire which keeps  it  at  an   even  '   'temperature.    At che  bottom  of this  'second pot is'a short horizontal  2 1-2  -inch   nozzle,  which   ends  in  a    thin  steel-plate, perforated with  about  200  tiny holes, through which  the  melted  lead is forced by the hydrostatic   pues-  'sure of its own mass, becoming imme-  dately solidiied as it falls   through the  air in   fine   fibers   of   about   .0,1 inch  'diameter.    Ifc cools so rapidly thaL one  can hold his hand in   the   stream   ,of  ���fine lead filaments   which    cluster   in  "'festoons around  it.    Bunches  of  this  Tiber are forked into trays 5  feet by 3  ���feet,'5 inches deep, each tray holding  about 75 pounds, piled   in   stacks   or  .,'liersi   through   which   carbon  dioxide  jua'kes its way from  (he  bottom,    As  '"Lhe trays are   filled with the.lead fiber  Ahey    are    momentarily    immersed,  :siugly,'in a tank containing an   8   per  'cent solution of !No.   2G   acetic   acid;  'then, 'after  draining  on  au   inclined  platform,  they are piled  in  stacks  of  ���'20 over openings in the lloor, 'through  which   the   carbon   dioxide    assend-?,  1   while the temperature is kept  at  100  'degrees F.   At the end of  three days  "of this proce'ss of corrosion   the consents of the trays are flung into water,  resulting in  White  lead  go fine   that  little  subsequent grinding  is    neces-  fsary, the creamy mass passing  into 'a  'cylindrical  screening,    partially , -submerged   iu   water.     After    thorough  /washing the  white lead is dried' for  the market.    There is  a  residue    of  'about 8 per cent, unchanged lead, finely  'ground,   aud -thus   suitable   for^   the  'manufacture of lead acetate.  T  Thursday, Friday and Saturday,  | Febraary 20 to 22,1902.  .   ; $2,000 'to be given in Prises. |  Progress  PROGRAM  OF SPORTS.  Grand Hockey Tournament (for  the   senior   and junior  hockey  championships of the province.) Five Skating Races, Six  Snowshoe  .Races, SkUluhniug and   Jumping,   Carnival   Masquerade) Cutter  Jfe^ Races for Pacers and Trotters. ��  City    Shaving-   Parlor,  CENTRAL- HOTEL.  WESI.EY CLIXE, Prop. "  Moyie. B. C.  MOVIE'S  LEADING  HOTEL.  Single fare for round trip on all railway*-.    Tickets  on  ruary 20, good to leturn until  February 24.* For  prograt  information, address  H.'W. 0. JACKSON.  sale   Feb-  M.  ns or.  any   kj  K*,  ��� j ���*������  - ���*�������� *  , '/-*���;���!  . - ���'**  ***���.   1-*J  '9lM  Prosperity.  Sec. Carnival Committee, Rossland, B.' 0.  \  ^^S^i^^a^^^^^i^g^^  1. O. O. F.  "Wildcy L(u1r��;Xo. -ii.  Meets every Monday evening in ���������, their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A -S  "Will Select Coal .Land.*;.  Reports from   Ottawa   aro   to.  the  'effect that the Dominion   government  "' has decided upon and will shortly   announce its selectien of  coal  lands  in  'the Crow's freat Pass.    From   all  that,  can be learned tlie coal,areas   selected  'are favorably situated, especially as regarding the quality of the coal, and an  'opening tor its successful operation.  So valuable are the lands selected  that it is said that returns will recoup  "the government for its sabsidy of  ''$3,000,000 to the B. C. Southern  railway, leaving a balance of several  million dollars.  J. S. MacEacherx.  Noble Grand.  G. T. McGitfcGOR,  Secr'y.  The best of  accommodations  for the traveling public.  P. J. McMahon, Mgi\  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  "*������*. <���  Repaired and Made to Order.  * . iv  R, A. SMITH,       Moyie.  ���  NEAR MacEaCHREN & MACDOx-TALDS,'  Moyie    Miners'   Union  IKTO. 73..  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.  John ?-1cDos"AI-i>,   '      P. T. Smyth, -  L Secretary.  British Columbia  Permanent  President.***  v1  ���TO TIIE DEAF.  ' A rich lady cured of her deafness  "and noises,in the head hyJDr. .Nicholson's ArtiQcial.iiar Drums, gave $10,-  300 to his Institute, so thatde-if people  unable to procure the Ear iJrunid may  have them free. Address No, 14522  The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth  Avenue. New York, XL S. A.  CHAS.j ?.  CAMPBELL,  0 Funeral Director  end  Embalmer.  Graduate of Champion College oi the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail ordera promptly attended to.  ���twi n.j.j.<"i.j*g-*��ui��y-w,^*'J'^  ..>..  DDIfT THROW THEM AWAY  -   It is just like throwing away nion--/  .when   you   throw   away    the   SNOW  .SHOE TAGS.which arc on eve.ry plug  of PAY JiOLt CHEWING TOBA'J'CO.  Save   ihem   and  you   o>in   have  yjur  choice   of   1*50   '.handsome     presents.  Tags are good up to JAN'Y. 1ST 1903  .Write for our new illustrated premium  catalogue.    The Empire. Tobacco  Co  .Ltd,     Winnipeg . branch',  Winnipeg  Man.  Oranbrbd^;  >. 0.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on {lie first Wednesday  evening, of each  month  at  o     8 o'clock slj-irp in the court  house.  A. P. -Macdonald, Pres.  Andrew Johnston,   Lewis Thomfok,  Vice-Pres. -  * . Sec'y.  LOAN ,AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  The objects of (he-company  are:    To-afford  a safe   and  - profitable*means for tlie saving of small sums by, regular  instalments, as well as for tlie  " investment of small amounts  - of capital at a productive rale. ���  of interest.    To assist  members in building,  purchasing,  or improving homes and cloar-  ingt off  existing   incumber-'     ������"  .ances.  P. T. SMYTH,     Agent' Mo>io  ,f, ��� DUflrf  HO-  COURT ^lOYIii.  So. 40G5  llc2ts on the Inst Timrs  day of ench mouth. V  iting '"brethern   invited  to attend.  i  Q. T. McGREGOK, R. S.  "St.   Joseph's   Obni-eht.  NELSON, B. C.  Boarding and Day school conducted,  by the Sister of. Nelson,  B.. C.    All  braaches.of elementary, business  and  high   clas  CCENIC  DIRECT  USE.  EAST.  LOWEST  RATES.  WEST.  Methodist GhUrcn  ' SERVICES  Arc Held in  Mr. Z. C. Dr-ewry'a building, corner  Victoria  and    TaviSldck  street, each Sabbath at7:30 p. m.  Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  f ,  Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at  S n'clock.  The'public are invited' and   will   be.  cordially welcome to  attend   services.  W. L. SHERIDAN.  Pastor.  Vancouver  Victoria  ���Seattle  Portland  San Francisco.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York.  iTisL So'6 Line,  St.   Paul,   Chicago,   and    .ill   United  . ,   ,       ,,,��� ��� States points,  education   taught  by   the] . .     ,Y ,- ..  slaters who hold [certificate,   from   the |    TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE.  Londou     Board ,'. or   Eilucation   and.J EaS-j\_jj0avo. Revelstoke Wedneaday,  cioncc     Depaclmeut,     .Keosipston.-j Friday, Sunday.    Loa'.-c  Koote-  England.    Apply to Sister Superior.  Halcyo'** Hot Gpringo.  -   The most, complete health .resort on  the continent of North America.    Situated    midst   scenery, unrivalled-for  Vanducr.     TPIE.HALCYOIT    HOT  ���-SPRINGS -Sanitaiium, Halcyon   Hot  ���springs,:Arrow Lake,Bf. O.    Resident  ��� physician and'nurse, ��� Bpating fishing  ^nd: ercursibntj.    ^Telegraphic    com;:  ���municatiQh \witly  dl, parts   of    the  "-,vorld. ''.Two mails arrive'iand   depart  daily.   Terms, -'$15 tq^lS . per  week  according, to   reaiden-ce -in  hotel' or  r-vUlan.    Its baths qurp'.ali 'nervous aud  '^usicular^ diseases.   Its waters heal all  "ddney> liver   and, stomach troubles.  ''Theliatlis andt/aters   are   ah inyalu-  "'1A^ i-emedy for silver aud lead   poison.  **.fw3*-'     ' '���������'������  nay Landuiii   Vriday.  St.   Paul,  Toronto, Montreal, Boston.  WESr���LertV.a   Revelstoke    Monday,  /        -Wednesday, Friday, Vancouver,-  , Seattle, coast.  Steamship 8ervi.ee.  FROM VANCOUVER���Alaska.   Ha  waii, China, Japan, Australia.  Through, bookings to Europe  via. all Atlantic   lines. . T/re-  '    . paid.tickets .from   (a,U  points  at.lowest rates. ���    ,.    ... ,'.  .  For: Itateo, Mips, ��� l.-m  Falllnionnatio:*-'  Age-it, ...  G. Hiilies  J.S CARTER,  Dist> raBs. AgY  Kelson,  Canl3,-:.Tte;-:cts  aud.  pply to ITfYot-.t  Local  Atjent, Moyio:  E. J. COTLK,  ' *-s't Oi'ii. Pass. Af*t  Vancove*-.  WHOLESALE AUD 111STML,  HEAT ���  MBRCHAKTS"  Fresh" and Cured Meats, Fresh   *  ��� ��� - i  Fish, Game  an.i  Poultry.    We  supply  only   the   best.     Your"  ���  trade solicited.  ai.VIlKETS  In all the, Principal  Cities and. Towns [in  ;   British Columbia.  Headquarters .for East Kootenat  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MERCHANT - TAILOR-  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trbiisers,- Imported*   Goods.    -  MOYIE; R C  Prices Giveii  and;" Orders  Talien oil  Everything  iii the Printing  Line at the      ,;  Tl'o I-ending Ladies  nnd Mens Furnisher.  Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  /'  F;;!l Stficirof^Mi'.K-;! f'"!'.nppiicH  Alwayr, on Hand.  Caii   and   inspect Out1   Goods.  -mimeiimtxTKcmwr-ia&vztrvT  IfAWIffi  --FOR--  HE A V�� TiE A:M1H4 ^  '���''���"-' ��� ALSO���   ".   .   .    '... ''"  Baggagk,-    Express   aj*t��-   G'.-cnerA)  ..Delivery. '  The smelting center  of the Smilkameen  Valley. Backed by the,  payrolls of two gigantic coal cdmanies and  the Copper and Kennedy Mountain mines.  Surrounded by the  following resources:  Is   owned and backed by t-  LFwW  payroll   of   the  nM\hm L'lpgfj  Valley Coal  arrite  CoJlipjuy, Ur  .,     ,        ....               ' "   ��� l *-*ill ��         fit. *fi\  ited, whicn is a guaiiintP,; <X'X*m  itself   of   its   success, ^ ttf'M  equipment   and,develop t^JJ  of their coal mined, i^, ^^gg  uf   water,   electric Ji^ ~        "  power plants, are alrc-a.lv i;  ranged    for.     Tlio   AniL  mmm  mm  MoaBiim  ment   of   tlio   Aslmola Cot! f��-^  Company's"   miij.ja-  E  establislied ,their payroll ��g;,\��|S  Aslmola, make it tho cumin-- city ci||';?3S  the interior of Hritfeh Columbia. " "m-^sPSS  company 6- ,miuia   hy  lb. ^^  Eastern Capitnlis!,* wiio h��( gveiAfiSS  Atfhnola ' are  safe invest- &<*g}m  And fine agricultural  country.   Large herds  r '' ���  of cattle,[fruit in abundance with a climate  almost southern   and  ���a .  *���  *    *   *-  all that,could be asked.  Lois ,in  menU, Jn blnoks I to 1 and ]:, to  the price wil! bo advanced 2'i pcrctm  per month until .May 1st, 1902, an.lt*  10 per cent in Iho remaining hlocks.  t'ho present price ia from -?50 t.i.*&  it) per cent cash,;}, 0 and I* nionih*?  without interest.  ArrangementB are already coniplel-  d for eight buildings, including col-'  ��� ages for the  employees oi 'lire company at Ashnola.   This irarJt will be  under headway by >hyhl.  gooascoi  tt ,-i*-y/',��vi  Liw'-s  Witij    tbe     advent     of    trfl.ri-.pr.:  talion Smilkameen   Vulic-y On-,.1 -a-^  bo delivered    at - any   p'��iid   in ^"u-* UtfOJl.  ICoot<Miav or Yale  as   Yn..*( ply 'i.*3 1�� w/t\t8tf  any olhcivcompany in Cmadi.  rFor fuithoi-Tinformalion apply to      -       ".'  ti p .  i i  Smllkameeri'-Valley Coal Co., lid.nelson,  Rf.5  mm   ,vr-ssA|MawM  ySOXa  *^-��t*',7.f��;*t'*s  -i-^YUse  ���iP4^m  i-iA:-j!Aitt&M  of Homes���40 Years the  standee!* r ;APt(re Cream of Tartar Powdei\  StipeVlor 1:6 'every  other known*     Makes  /ddxeidtsk "��kfe."'and pastry, light,..'flaky biscatt,  r<rY4*<rit'4ti?\     ���^<^%r&'^'vZ^-^^\^&'XUl$l*     '���A'isA ���    "-r-trhrvl^cr-ivllP/v  'AKLAte.  m0���of|i  ^,l'' ul  .gncrc  s.  ;some.  Qrmn  tin<  ��HiOA-ao,  '\   , '    '    '       :' Y  '   '      .    .      ' ..'  ^OTi?r-:*Xvoid "bak ing; p'bw-rlers riiad'J from  "Mkmv Theyjoqk like pure powders,  'yihd -lriay raise tlie cakc^, but alum  'j's h. poisoh and no one can eat fooo  ���niixea with it without injury to henil'*.  ^*��fefc'J

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