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Array f ���-���_.. -j-j'-r  i _ _*-    R_i. t/i  ��� *.*"" ^T  ���* "*_���*.     _r ����� -  W**,  cheaiicr to ���ove U.lim ,to  pay  ?'>  \ -������  /=��.'  ���//  ���* j       "��  ,->��� i n ?       /  //  J,?bS,����* the   handier .to   o  wn  See  n  on  [<i>i��#o 49  a'by'".;i!  '.i'Mujiji  ��y)ri*i  -**m tee  SS.Vr.'T  MOYIE, B. C. MARCH 22, 1902.  $2 A YEAH  ^topirie  &'  'h our  Hi ;t two weeks we have been busy going all. tliro\  stock measuring up our '.  '-*n  ��� -������������I..-������     -r ���������v'v5--  'gli.t aniV'1'.-^  r->   *���  ?:  >. _.vl4  P  *:  ready:,  "deyeU  'l.*0('rj).  tvroll.'  .Vcity.  ���iti.VV  Redistribution Bill Is  Introduced.  LOCAL    NEWS.  goods, flannels, flannelette, canton  flannels,.print.)".  raegiiflaL  r-^jij-lftfufefl. ootfcoijs, linens, sheetings, mualir.u. silks,  laces,  ribbons.  PSoGB&'Bff' p ow bin et  stock   of  mens'   goods���serge ��� suits, worsted   , ^  i<    suits,shirts, collars, neckties," underwear,   top   sbirt.u,  jnuokiiiaw^/and sorting over our heavy stock c:f  j-r����^*s, ._**^,i��K _J*WT!*iS!!l~-*>   -   &?"!!_* *"'8}*1" "ST" ��>*"***��. *1S?"!^rT! jK2r**5  i;- i_nve��i^.  v pe-V cent;  2", ii nil t.V]  -^Mv'1  VinoutteV  oriiplet-V  nl'VoUV  AcomA,  w.il!; bo V  .?���*.;  will- me mm.  >jE2&  ���*?*i^  g'over all our complete stock of groceries.'In   oilier  lyords  :'" Stock''TAKING    ���  m  is,the,time for bargains ih'rcmi_ants,-and iu all goods we  )' lepir out in order to, get o'ur stock cleaned up for spring  Lining in.  '    ; . ' ,'   *  -9  dOMfAfiY.-.   '  \jsf. Jf.jf. >��y.^*>^��>_r*>^��>r*-��^��^^*>^'^g.^g��>_g- ���  Victoria Eetairis Four and  Vancouver Gets Five:  .Esquimalt Loses a   ���  n       j- " ,     ���  .  .   ��� Member.  CANADIAN ' BANK"- OF  COMMERCE  * " '  Spaici Up SGapital   $8,053,0.00.'  ,*. :ftiv_j��5t ..    , ci /      ,    i  BRANCH.  HUBERT HAINES, MGR  iSKc-  i  i  1   ..." .In. A. AIacKhnzib; "Proprietor;" " '    .  .-        " * >   . . ir. * u  i, j       i- . .i , f  jp for thev masses.   -Etferythinjgr First  ery   respect.    Sample Rooms  for     ���  Oomme rcial Men; t  Britisli doluiri'bia.  tiESAUXiXIKR liRO^,    I'roiiS.  Large samplo room' ia'-^coiinecticn  with house for commercial mon,^ Best  of accommodations. '  '  [uarfers for Commencial and  Mining Men.  ;.YU_., '  ���- -��� 110YIE," B. C.  Victoria,*March 20,���The redistribution  bill  submitted   today * increased  the members of the house to 42. ��� Victoria returns 4 and Vancouver  gets  5.  South Vietoria and Vancouver  island  are united and part of 'North Victoria  is   merged   into  Sa'anich,   while   all  islaada'bf tho gulf are made into" the  Islands    constituency.     North    and  South   Naiiairao   beome'   Newcastle';  Esquimalt loses a member; Nanain.o[  City, Albert)., Cowichan and Oomox  remain ,the *sa.iie as   before.    Delta,  Cbilliwack, Dewdney, -Richmond  and  New Westminster has  each  a .repre*'  sentation   of  one,-   while   Cassiar   is  diyided into Atlin and Skeena with a  member eaoh.   'Cariboo retains   two  while- the   remaining   ridings    are:  Lillooet- two  ridings combine;. Yale,'  Kamloops,    Okanagah,   Smilkameen,  Green wook,   'Grand     Forks,      Ymir,  Revelitoke, Slocan, Nelson City, Ross-  laud City, Kaslo,Columbia, Cranbrook  and  Perriie.    It   is    believed   to ��� be  generally fair, altough'i-ri increase  in  representation is regarded as a ste^ 'in  the wron�� direction.   -Tbe  opposition  will.likely hold fora reduction in com-  mittee, while  approving  the,, general  principle of redistribution.  J^^-*'^*>-i!S'%T*_*>��v'*>t_." >��__.�� >*^"^k*^��^*>fc." ^isv'^fi.. ���r;>i_.'  _*f.^l'.��KT. ><**.^.  5<i.-'^-k.*^!k*   ���*��^.,X�����,^.���  ����2r]  . Halcyou Hot Springs.  The most complete health fescrt on  the continent of North America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  eranduer. THE HALCYON HOT  ���Sx'BISGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B. C. Resident  physician and niirse, Boating fishing  and excursions. Telegraphic communication with all parte of the  world. Two mails arrive and depart  daily. Terms, $15 to ��18 per week  according to residence in hotel ���or  villas. Its baths cure all nervous aud  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver and stomach troubles.  The baths and waters are an iuvalu-  ble remedy for silver and lead  poison.  1. A. Hickers and Ed Hill wire in  Cranbrook on business yesterday.  A. daughter was horn to Mr. and  Mrs. Mark Brookekst.Saturday evening,  Isaac'Boyd has returned from the  east, where he was spending the  winter.  Don't wait any longer ,if you are  going to buy property. See D. J.  Elmer nnd buy now.   ft  Thos. W. Tnrley, "'Hutch's" side  partner in Cranbrook, was in. Moyie  for & few hours last Wednesday.  Jainfij Wilk-s, vice-president  of   (he  * i "  Wist-^rn,Induration of Miners,. p-isaed  l!.roi.(_;h Moyie yes.orday  on   his   way  to FcirAe.  i    i r  ��� Chas. Crossman.roadm i��ter on ���thii.  division, has purchased the lot, just  south of the school house on Tavistock  street. The deal was made through,,  D. J. Elmer.. Mr."Crossmr-n intends'  moving tho house he recently  purchased on this lot shortly. ���  Messrs'. Grant & Sheady are figuring'  on some railroad work on the" prairies  this spring. If they accept it they  will move their horses and, grading  outfit there within a sfcprt time,  D, J;.-Elmer was in Cranbrook*" and  Pernie the first of-the week.  - A. L. Gartshore of Vancouver,  representing the Canada Life insurance  oo-npany of Toronto, was in Moyie  this week conferring with M. A, Beale,  tbe local agen t. ��� '    ��� ���   ,  ,    Lots on Victoria street on easy payments.    See D. J. Elmer.    .  Mr. and'Mrs, P. .J. McMahon are  spending o couple of weeks in Spokane;  The Kussell Comedy Co. showed at  | the' Odd .Fellows hall last Thursday  to a good eized audience. ��� The company,' which consists of a man, his  wife,and little ^irl, put up a very fair  entertainment. - b  'Mrs; Farrell; mo'tbbr oL'the Fanell  brothers, accidentally fell iu a hole in  the street fiear lier hoirie last Wednesday evening and spi--lined one of her  ankles'quite badly.  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  The Fire Brigade Did  Good Work,  THE! CLEARED $4140  Money will Be TJsed in Purchasing Hobo Oart and  i       f. i  <��� ' -, Other-     Keoossary,  ' 'Equipment.  '  CRANBROOK    ITEMS;  mg.  fell  IP.  w  mi  oi oviv Teas and ,we  thnik  you will'  no other.  ewe began business we have made a  tia.lty of good Tea; "but we've never sold  er Tea than we are selling just now.  ��� customer & are not only* satisfied .with  ey're pleased with it and they simply  L7t go else when good Tea. is needed:  ne blends we sell are:   KOI^QOITin  Ulead packets and 31b tins.  BLUE EIB-  T��� a pure Oevlon Tea.   piit -tip %so m  METAL   MARKET.  New York���Bar .silver,  53��  cents.  Load, $4.m. , Copper, $12.20?.  , London-���Load, ��11,10s/  Railway  ^ this is the Tea we recommend to  wanting- specially good Tea; a iitcie  r in price, but cheaper in the  end.  [alf pound tins only.  " "ed we handle'aimPOWDEE- "  )lored Japans.  Eefern  iva'vGS  For Fare ani One Third  f-, ������.  Saio  ^ 27P 23, ^nd 29, ,  .;.- Sodd io leitoi till  April Indii  For   Rates, Maps,��� Time -rCariia,;*Tickets find  F.ill3fl.orin&tioii ,-",.]>ply to Ncaruct Locul  Agen'", '  ;   V.   ," *    ''  6. Hillior, Agent, Moyie.  J.a CARTEB, B.'J. COVLK,  ''ss't.een. P��ss. ARt  Yaucovjir  Cfanbrook Herald:'  Dr. King has been a little under the  weather the past week, biit ia feeling  better.  It is said that the Indians at the  Mission have succumbed to tha ping  pong craze, to the exclusion of horse  racing and billiards.  M. A. Billings of Tho Herald lorce,  when about recovered from- his operation, caught cold and was compelled  to prolong his stay at the hospital,  Miss Dolly Watt returned yesterday  from ii visit to Moosejaw, Winnipeg  and other points in 'Manitob*,. Wihile  in Winnipeg she spent some - time m  viewing the latest fashions from the  eastern millinery emporiums.  , E. E. "Orchard, who 13 now ,engaged  in business lor himsplf in Prank, Alta..  came in Tuesday, "iki" looked v.-ell  and reports says that he hah been  doing well, lit' has opened a cafe in  Frank, and has every promise of doing  a good business. He is oi.e of the best  cooLs ia Canada and n.tfii grow happy  eating his meals  The uew orlicers for, the Craubrook  board ot trade are: XV. T. lleid, presi-  ucn t; ���r. II. Gilpin, vice president; *W.  F. Gurd, secretary treuaurer,  One of the most diiccosalul dances  ever held in. the town was given by frhe  Moyie Firo Brigade on the, 17th of  March in the Odd Fellows hall. The  befys loft nd stone unturned to mak*.  the affair a euceees and thanks to. tlie  generous assistance of Misses. Soper,  Reid and Couborn the dance surpassed  anything of the kind given in tbe town  this.sea8on.'      ', "..  ,A large number were present, and  the best of music being furnished by  Miss Soper and Mr, Harry Sohorlem-  22er,xthe.light fantastic was was tripped  by all them present, young aa ,Well as  old. At 12 o'clock a light lunch was  served, after which dancing was resumed and kept up until the early  morning hours when all went home  well satisfied with having, passed a  most enjoyable evening,  . The object of the dance was* to raise  money to purchase a hose cart and  other necessary articles for the brigade  arid the , affair was a . success both  socially ahdrfinancially as $-il.*it0 were  cleared after all all expenses' were paid.  The necessary equipment will be  purchased immediately when Moyie  will have one of the* hes't fire departments m tbe Kootenays."  ,    Xog-nlly Dead, Cannot "vVod..  St. Paul, March, lS.-^-Jim. Younger  wishes to marry.    He cannot, because,  legally he is dead,  and  hence  unable  to enter into any   contract.    Younger  submitted the question of whether   or  not he could marry to   Govorhnr   Van  Sant, who'has looked into tlie   matter  with"surprising results.    In Minnesota  a. man wbo is aii!"e p.-iaonor   is   civilly  dead.    T'.:e only way ho can make any  binding contract, in the   eyes   of   the  law, is through the board which paroled  ,bim���iu this case the   state  boiird   of  control���which board is empowered to  enter into a   contract  for him.    It  is  uot probable,'however, that,   the   three  members of the board of control,   sep-  ���<itately, or as   a   whole,   will  agree   to  entci into any marriage, contract  with  any woman for the benefit of   the   paroled life convict.  "Fiff.-t jEucJeil'a Draw.  Tn the fight between Jim Burrows  and Coolg.irdio Smith dt Pernio last  Monday evening it Was decided by  lieferoe Tattle to call it a draw, bolh  men being on their-fcot *it .he end of  thc20th round. The contest was the  best ever witnessed in East Kootenay.  Tt is said to have been strict]}* on the  square and bxh mon -yonS in to win.  Burrows v/a.-. in much the bctt'T condition at the end ant* held, hij own  well throughout, the tight. Tt is said  Messrs.'Huil, Austin and McKenzie, | that Smith Jigurod   o:i   makins*   some  oi theMarysville smelter mauagomout, jeaSy m0n-hy, !mt v.:;;s bi-dly disnppoiu'-  returned   last   week   kow    Spokane AoA.  where they wero attending a  meeting  of the board of control of tho y.illivan  Mining and   Smelting  oompup.y.    All  diiiuulties v/e^-e adjusted aud ?.ho policy  i i  *n^d |  A daughter was born to Mr, and  Mrs: James Wilka in Nelson oh Sunday night. ,  It is again rumored that the Gooder-  ham-Blackstock syndicate, is1 negotiat-'  ing for1   the' purchase   of 'the   Trail  smelter. ,, '  C. A. Gregg formerly of the Ross-  land Miner may go to Nelson in connection with a newspaper enterprise,  there.  Tuesday the Northport Smelting <&"  Refining Company paid to its employes-  5?5O)0OO, which amount was due ior.  salarie' during the month of .February,  Et is iU-riounccd'   that   tho  Xorlhern'  Puciiij load ia soon to erect a  rnagnifi*  jijntstat'on in the city ni I. ii tic, Mon!.  The'Great Northern   Irn'mV may   .ilso  use tho new depot.  A ghost uf a inan'__=oL prodigious,  height ii? causing trouble to the engi- '  neer*? and switchmen iu th'e railway  yards at Anaconda, Mont. ' They haver  tried running ove'r him but the ex--.  peri men I only seems to -make him  more full of deviltry, says'the* Butte  Miner.     *   ' ,        '  '   ��� '  - Tiie Spanish Gazette*' at Madrid  publishes a decree 'estsihlisbing an-  eight houi day for all working people'  on the state domains and iri tbe state  mines, workshops, etc, and providing:  that each hour of overtime is to bs  paid -for at tue rate Of one eighth ot th*?,,  daily wages.    ,_   -- *     *   <!  An exchange says tHat Chicago'"  unionists charge that railroads centering in that city refuse to hire men in  , their shops who have reached the ago"  45 and -sometimes 35' and that they'  actually discharge men of. that age  oecause they can secure youuger   men  who are presumed to be   more ' active.-  ��� i  ' Half a million of London's poor Will  be the guests of l��ing Edward  during  cornation   week.     His   'majesty   hae'  notifiid tne mayors of  the ' metropolis"  that the sum of ��30,000'was placed   at'  their disposal and he -invited   them   to ���  -, -  m'ake the necessary  arrangements   tc  .entertain the very poor to tbe number  .        . ...  of 500,000 at a   dinner  in  celebration  of his cornatioii.  . The Nelson Tribune is iri tlie hands  bf the sheriff, tlie Nelson Miner ic  offered for sale by the Imperial bank,'  tbe Sandon Mining Kevisw is worrying along between life and death on  government pap, and the Lardeaii  Eagle i< looking for a purchaser. Tho  newspaper Lis in ihs Kooteuay has- its  cares and sorrows, remark3 the Sandon  PaA'streak.  Miss Stone, that strong,.minded old  mnid with, missionary motives whose  name has beon so prominently before"  the public forsom.fi -nool-hs past as the  hostage of Bulgarian brigiiudo, is about  to make a cool $1.0,000 out of hwr  little experience. -Ui American publishing firm, it is said, h.va made s.  contract with her for thid amount for  the exclusive*rights to  her  narrative.  Jlfmes Wilks,  president, of  Nelson*  Rupert!  Bulmer,     vicr-prcsident^     of  RosslanJ, ,   Alfred     Parr,      8-f.cretary-  treasure.r,' of Ymir, district   association  No. 6, of   the  \V>?tcru   Fodoratiun   of  Miii'jr.*, hiivc Ns-nr--., a. rail   -5 n*   a   con-  vi'iilion to  be  Jicl-.J   iii   fcLr.-nl >ops   on  Monday, April   l*i'h.    The   obj ;ct   of  th'.1 convtmtion  i*i   to  decide   whother  tbo labor and    !vfr>rm    int'-'i*<'dts   shall  tike an activo part in poliiira.  The Bur-rd of E.-cnmincrs who have  beeu osrimimi'.g tiir. miners ,'.t Fernio  for some timo as Lo titni-.s-. fi>r tlieii  pc.-jilion report un to <bo pr.''e"'.mt four  hundip*!  and   i iv nl.j  . i-te<  huiiiii".  of iMHbLinotion dofinil-.-!,- dek-!iir.u*:i  upuii, so ihat hcocefoi'tli th-jie will \y  no   ddayd.     Every   Hrr?ngou-,eiii,    i  1-'  rui-cli;��*.ml   i l*;.-:ii<:r, ;  A planer ���>rri>-o<i heri> th'fs week for j  the Moyio Lumber Co.. aiid will be sot  in placo at once. This company has  !li'.; ht'5.t e--iii[i))i'.l nuil n-: tlu' Crow's  Nest liuti -md v.nu iln' Hii-'uiiit -.;f iugd  on   liiiiiit   it   'im mi��������.���-:    f.o   iiuva     nn  -iiiL't'CS^ful' f'l.d (-.vr-niy  enorimiu. ion the conunts uiimnidr,  niav.o    tvj   pu��l.   iiiOiiSj"    '.,o.-    wotl;    u:  nipidly ay possible, and ��� soon   a   very , _^..._.��� - ;..:..  largo force of men will be put to work, | '--.v..,   A'V'i''r'   ��� r*    '���   -    -   *-���  which .will meah prospetity for Marys- j ��t,     J.OS0J)��|'-'��J     VOHVeillDa  ville, aud as soon   as, the   srhelter , is | hjsLson, b, c.  blo^ii in, hetter   times for  the  whole |    Bo^rdifjg andDay school conducted  district-   -   "A,, "'���"���" ' __!'' ' | by the Sisters of NelsOn,. B. C.    All  _3"��\ria for SiUo. I branches ..of elementary, business  and  A 360, acre farm tliree miles from! high class education taught by the  Moyie for Bale. Th^re i$ * conaidereble I sisiers who hold ��� certific-ites from the  land cleared and it is well stocked! London Board of Education* and  ^���HU hogs and  poultry,   For further; Science-  Will ��� I! I  h.i'.- n  have l.'.'iLid, .''i' lhf"*v:  twenty     .Vur     .���ro  Bart'*;., ciai-iinci", v*  .-i.'t. :jk!:i'j th.it ai.ii*.  >\';..t. id'u-.-.a-.i. '*!.���; HI \ ���-  i". 'fi'.  Utlih'"    mi     ;n.  ::|jpl.'.'.'.'.-.-^n ���   of  i.nl ni ���w.'.'v- Ilireo  cvan  ���\li.-i   ss.iv":   faiiod  fi.i'.Vu* i '.     Mr.  sii.hoi" iy for  tho  tho   r.'*t   crowd  3 !! IV'    'i!  rn.'.fr  ���-vlir  ally  i.ay  (iiiilOil t!i-. :-*. =o ti")--.n;'ihly thsit they  have ii'.oir lesion b*'-' h-^rtrt and can s-.v  thr-rn oil' w.(-tho'ui, 'waiting for thq  examiner to ask,the .questions,    v  ���jiaformation apply at tins jMce.  4-*-S9."lEoslantt,  Department,    .Kehsmgtoa,'  Apply to Sister Superiors  ��������� .."'. Talcing Out; Tics.  Park, Mitchell & Co. have a, big tie  contract on Iiaudl Tlioy-expsct to get  out upwards of 50,000 ties during the  coming summer, Messri. Hnwke &  Brenton ha Yd ii sub contract for a^  many as .they can take out, They are  ooerntlng near Aldridge, .,*'.'*. k  -*i  ���J-*.��*f*- ri��*rir.r.^rf��rnrKrW.EE_i3aa*>^^  co.-iin.i.-'iloi-i.'r  "iriTjcv  ... . i-W-,-*  Ta{.-e;.:.{.'co i"u.".tliiii-.c  -i.plisa to tiie chief  ot ir-.n-i" cud   .voriis, Victoria,  nipn  Mnvrp "TTUnilP  "I  IM   Mtillli   iitAlJllll.   J  ���--���-~--~��� j I-- O.j 5di .1 ^-ecifzl lic-Jiicc to <_ut ain'l carry tivay j  lie rccA?   ^-^"o^- i*iefol?ov.-i*i_rd3rc-i..-".!i! r^c?rtXTO-,"i! j  i- "i -���-   i~-u(jG<j- fjiesoutherndU-ir-iou <���* iheEscti-cote-f  tf^jHtiffl^^^aaa^iaviBftrf*^^  l-'V  ���iblishcd :~ il;e -.ntorest of t  .    cf _V��oy_s.*cr.d'_E_...t Hoc ten ay  tL_J��ai_XTU & cc.;  X*kIjJJ;J:  r.i-Trr. or nun1:';  rrc.T  r.o . er.:-.  5-2.00  Ci-.--  . i"  i     i  - f -.  f i ,   f  '" ' r" ;"'  *���   fi?-  . "  i   lT    -j  ^ ,*jH f  GATURPAY, MARCH 2?. 1902.  ur-y--district; B.  C.   CommZnauis as-c n-tnt'  ...arko3 Vic JDesauliuer planted on   ttfc "ce*": !  side ollrichmsr. erect ou tho uo.rk.adc oi tire j  railroad traclr, running* CO chains vest; i'lcnoc '  folio .v-.��- ;h-- cic_**_: ICO cliai-..i scute.; thence -10  chains^sast; tiieneo iGO chairstorrh to pl^ce of  coinmcucment, coplair.iu_; c_0 cL-rc-,   mors -oi  less. ' *  Dsted Jan. 1,1002.      VICTOR PZS.UJI.KIER.  xnalene Brings Instant Belief and Permanent Cure in all Cases  :yf;tiT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON EECEj'PT OF POSTAL.        ,   ,  WJUTE ^GITR KAKE 4N1) ADDRESS PLAINLY;' -  Thera is nothin-y  "like Asthmalenc.  *  l . ' ��� i t   i'-ti  H.**f  even   in  STOTICE  , f.  Tni-c notice tint I h'avo applied tc tap Oliief  -   Marysvill   Tribune:    "What   is   the j commit'., joiicr of* leads and   .-,-ciks, Viciorj__,  "jse of being a knocker?    No nian ever  B- c- {ot asPwicl ^enso to~ cm pad' carry  ��� .made'a cent by lieipg one.  , rule, the biggest k'no'eke;: i  who has the least .it ctake.  And,  s* a  the   man  it puree whe'i all, elsp  It brings  worst cases.  fails. '       ' ,  ,   The Rev. C.  P.1 WELLS,   or' Villa  Ridge, 111., says :    ','Your trial bottle of  Aiptlirnaleue received   in  good' eondi-  The horse editor of the Boulder Age  submits the following as*the result of  his observations: All etock becomes  thoroughbred after be:n<_- run oyer, by  a train. There is 'nothing that!DeMd Jf'3'1^  jmpioves the blood of utock so miichj,  as being crossed by o'locomdlive,  nvray timber cu the ffllloviug de��.cri?ied ^v.-jecut  Crown l.mdj in tho so'utheru  diyUiou  of tho  Kast Ivooiciiftv district. E.   c'   Comiueucbi-ff at,   . _ .  ,,       ���    .-   ���     ,      -r   ,  a poi,t  planted a^out oue irjile and;one half on I tlon-    i cannot .tell yow how tnankfpi  I the east side of Toph'tyaloiig north cide of the  British Colnmbia Soiitheru railway track   ou  which ]ioabt'i^ marked L. C-iliill, raunins cast  3C0 oh dins: thenco south iO chains; thenue rwest  I feel for the good derived from it. I  was a slave, chained with putrid e^res  throat and?'Asthrna for  ten  y?ars.    I  lGOchchis; thenGf) uorth -io chains to pines of] despaired of ever being cured.    J saw  coinirV-ricenicnt, cqjvtfinilis 6K> acres, "more or ���.*...-  less. "''''I,. CAH1LL,  *'''     '3���S3.  K0TIC3.  Trail Hcwg i   Mfc3  Stpnp, who wfl"*  c'aptuietl by brigand?, h publishing an  ��� account of her adyerituies.   The  To-  ��� ronto Saturday night says, Mise*-Stone  ��� so often during her captivity  wrote to  ��� friends that she placed' herself in "the  -���liands of theT-6rd, that it is refreshing  to find oue new she has placed' herself  jn the hands of the printer.  vnwmsamnn  Ths Cranbrook Herald -has entered  ', up'on the fifth year of itsVpubljcafion.  VF. E. Simpson, its'editor and  publish-  "er, is getting out Ono of the   very best  ". weekly papers iu Canada and through  its columns during the past four }*ears  ' have been spread the namo and fame  ' of Cranbrook and Sou... 'EaHt Koote-  ' nay. ,.iSinipbOn id a, f.ood man'' lor the  " 'district, and it is the earne,st hope of  "'ihe Leader  that tbo Herald will see  many years of prosperity.  Take notice that I h&vo applied to r'ne' ahief  commissioner of lauds and wor^s, Victoria,  B. C, fora specia". llceuse to cut and carry away  umber on fhe. following described . vacant  Crown lands in the 'southern .division of, the  Enst Kootenay district. B. B, Commencing at a  POf-t, on tbe west side���of Galbiaith's Tg.ncb,  block oi'fiS, on north side of rai'lroed track, which  Arblch pom is marked Edward Desauluierj' running 1C0 chains west; thence 40 chains south-  thence IGO chain', esst, thence -10 chains north  to place of commencement, containing C40  acres, more or less.1 EDWARD DF.s'aULN'IER.  Doted Jan. 6,1902. .���39-  6��cw.��Wianre>��wBS-i _L-->_mrcia--t*3MWJwgi  Gr, O. Buchrnan, as president of the  Associated Boards ot Trade; VV. H.  "Aldridge, backed by the Tr,ail smelter  "add the C. P. It.; James Cronin,  backed by the St. Eugene, the' biggest  ' si Iyer-lead mine on the American con-  "tiuent. These 'three men surely  * makes a strong and influential com-  ' mitiee and one which will certainly  1 carry weight with the government at  Ottawa.   ���  Here is   the  condensed  logic  submitted by the Editor and Publisher to  '"'the fellows who  don't  know  whether  Advertising pays or   not;    "The  only  v purpose men have   in   advertising  in  "'the newspapers is to  secure  business.  .'They will not advertise if itc does not  pay to do so.    Hence tlie fact that the  columns of the   daily   newspapers in  the progressive cities   of the country  are  crowded   wilh  advertisements   is  uortain proof   that   advertising   pays.  You will ylwayo note   in   every  community ihat the mo_,t euccopslui  merchant, ate those who advertise.    They  do the   largest   business,   they   have  the    best    goodg  to    cell    and they  give greater satisfaction   to   tho   public."   I?ow dodge that, will you?  ,   NOTICE.  Take noticc.that I hr.ve���appiied to the Chief  commissioner oi lands  and works,   Yictouu,  JI. C, fori, special license lo cm, tmd carry away  tiniiier on tlie HiJiowin? fiet-iinot'C' vacant Cruwn  laud.*. i_j. the   s-out'i.j-a  divifeiou   <>t lhu.Sfist  Kootenay district,   h.   ('.   ���Jfjiumc^ciug   at  u.  post Kiii,-i".'<l O. Pt-sa'.duji.'r planttid   nliout o.ie  aud one Jidt miles e.tst of '1 ocluy ou U.e noun  side* of t t't- Carmlnm i'lu-Iilc rnnu ay.   .Running  westICti i.-*i .1.-.'-; t!u-;:.".' '-.onIn 4-) chnins';  thence  pa,**"! \i.O v.ii,-i,"..-: lh.;l\C;l; iiO:->h K> cnair.s  imclc lo  place i'i i'o_-iu.eijCjmv!ii, contaiiun,'  010 huj-us,  more i,u* li.*-*..   ' .      O. l>K.-->.\ (.X.Miii-.,  Dak'd.Jan. -, 19W. -I���Si).  Xotice io Uelcntjnent Co-Owner.  To Otlu P. .rohu&oii, or ��� to any person or  ydaonb to v.-hoin he niuy have trausteiitil hii  interests'iu the May Flo.ver mineral claim,  situate about live miles north of l-'ort Steele in  the i'ort Steiilo.Mining Division.of tlio district  oi East Kootenay, i!. (J,, and recorded iu tbe  recorders ofiice oi the Kort Steele ^fining  Division.  You, and each of you, are hereby notified that  I have expended oue hundred and ten clollais.m  * O - l *  labor and improvements upon.the, above mentioned mineral Lclaim in order to hold said  mineral claim under the provisions, ol .the  mineral act and if within ninety days from the  date of this notice you fail or refuse, to contribute your proportion of such expenditures to-'  gether with' all" cost, of advertising, your interests in said claim' will become the property  of the sub subscriber under section 1 oi an act  entitled "an act to amend the Mineral Act  1900." WM. GALLUP.  Duted at Moyie, B. C, this 8th day of Jan. 1902.  4���39���3m.  9S*. THE.?  BXi  \ ��� * y*t  I       ,        j   "!'   '  !  i* '��DiiI.yoJ!  ���J��wnrft--*b*  lE\TfltaliftW  E'-YflU ll.fi��j|  f; H B'  Cull early r.nd ���>-,(. c. heiU:r ohoi.j;.. , j;��o not overlook tho'f.-.,. (]ut  we carry Hair Brushes, Cloth Dru&h'ei., Military huir bni-iji..,,  made with gouuiue bri.llcs and wilh. ebony, wood, or'i-'ory i,\u\{ji  In am .C'^l  ���aar_onwg-Hr_rrog  0._F. DESAULNIEE     -  ���     , . DBAL-ER  I  wmi) phut i  p..  hv.  WW  PROMPT DELIVERY.  *f��.,  Crow's STof.t C-sal Co.'a/.'.;mw,l Report.  The fifth annii'.'.l meotintc of the  shftreholders of the Crow'.1* Nest Pass  Coal company was held in Toronto  on March 7th.  Tho net profit of the year alter paying all operating expense and all  charge of ovoiy kind amounted to  $207,818.30. After paying a dividend  at the-rate of ten per cent per annum,  a balance of $28,1-12.80 wae carried  Jorward to the. credit of profit and  loss.  The number of men employed during the year was 1,312,  Sis: hundred and thirty six coke  ovens have been constructed, with a  capacity of 1,000 tons of coke per day.  During the year the company 'expended the sum ol $2,265,518.00. The  payroll amounted to $911,407.15. Expenditure for freight  was $346^92.4*1.  Tho company's operations are^pro-  gressing satisfactorily, under the management of an efficient staff; and still  piore satisfactory results will be shown  at the end of the present year,  DOHT THROW- THEM HWAY"  It is just like throwing away money  when you throw away* the SNOW  SHOE TAGS which ;are on every plug  of PAYROLL CHEWING TOBACCO.  Save them and you oan liave your  choilje of 150 [handsome presents.  Tags are good'up to JAN'Y. 1ST 1903  Write for our new illustrated premium  oati-tloguc. The Empire Tobacco Co  Winnipeg   branch,   Winnipeg  Q-ueeris' AT/e.  [O"*  yiE  your advertisement for the cure"of this  dreadful and tormenting disease, As-  th'rna, and thought you had oyerspoken  yourselves, btjfc repolypd to give jt' a  trial. To my, astofiishraent,' tha trial  'acted like a pliarro. ��� Sopd r$Q o fnll-  sise battle.^ ��  -.  ' '   Hey. D?. uIoitIs Weolislei'.   ���  ii        .        ��� ��*��� t - * i  ,   Eabbi of the Cong.'   J3n'ai Israel.  New York, Jan. 3, J 901.  Dp . Taft Bros'. MEpfcjN3E Cp.,  Gentlemen ; Your Asthmalene is an  excellent remedy for Asthma and'Hay  Fever, and [its composition, alleviates  all troubles which combine' with  As-        , ,      -      V  thma.   Its-success is astonishing  and ' "'  wondeiful.  After having'it carefully  analysed,  we'can  state  that' Asthm'aleiio contains no.opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.   Very truly yours,  *  ,     ' , REV. DR. MORRIS WEOHSLER. "  ' I '      t t  '���>���:.' .     ��� Avon Si?fl��NGjs, N.Y.," Feb. 1, 1901  Dh. Taft.Eeos. Msdicinb Co. ��� -' "-,''''  Gentlemen : ��� I write this testimonial from a sense'of duty, having *,lested  the wonderful effect of your Asthmalen","for the cure of asthma.' My wife  has been afflicted'with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years: Having exhausted my own skill as well as many oi hers, I chanced to' soe your sign  upon your windows on 130ih street. _NTcw York, Pat once obtained-..!, bottle"'Of  Asthmalene.* My wife commenced taking it about tho lirst of November. 1  very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her asthma  has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms, ''ijeel tbat I 'can  consistently recommend the medicine to all who are' -.iflliclcd witli, this distressing disease.    Yours respectfully,  V. ^       O. D. PHELPS,jM. D,  ; '    '       e  Q   Dk. Taft Bros. Medicine, Co. , - Feb A3,190 L  Gentlemen*., I was"troubled with astlima- for 22 years. ,I have tried  nunicrous^remedies, but they have all ffiiVd. I ran across your ndvcrlioemem  aud started with a trial bottle. T found roli'ff at'" once. "I have siiice' purchased your full sized bottle',, and I arc ever grateful. I havo family, of lour  children, and for six years was untibie to work. I, am now in the best of  health and'am doing business every day. This testimony,you can make such  use of as you 'see fit.    Home addrea, 235 Rivington-strect,    S: RAPHAEL,  67  East 129th st., New York City.' '  TRIAL BOTTLE SENT   ABSOLUTELY |FREE   ON .RECEIPT  OF".POSTAL. ",   '      '   -    ]  Do not delay.' Write at once, addressingMDR. TAFT;BROS,' MEDICINE  CO., 79 East 130th St.. N.'Y. City ' "'    _   .  SOLD BY ALL DKUGGISTS.  -A. STEPHENSEN. Proprietor,  ��� .* .   ,.,',. ,,**,    -      ���  Jlinow . he^dtjuartoriJ,    Coed   cocommodaljana  fur .trat'clorE,  ���  ' ���'liquor? sml oSr^ars \ftip \q pt'op}r;  Lake Shore Addition : M0Y1  .'Just  'wjbT'JWks  ��"*���{  ;ft^  udlAiiv^  'ur$8%n  il��l  XTEDEliSTAD'r, IirSSTEBER & CO.  oiler an  an  ger Bee  er"''  .tea-11  1 JTorwIL1".- ���  Q,uality not excelled. In rJie country.  r      .*-   v t <" *  ?    "�� '.      'be cdnymced.. ���  Fi  hnenl  f. wot  Ottti    til  i ry it a'Qd j.***   _  ���ai:  m:tBK%svw*imuM  ***-Ti"'i ��� 'TT"  '    ' *,tt*-_.  ��-fl**,��* **'Ha-**V.*iA-.-^>����Bir.-  i.H-Gii^  fti  JL j!AAjLI\,  JOEJVSWM A B1ZOS.  % Hii#.i i-  * boftu ni'  5 k-sf-i'Vi}*-  ,,. ,' ' , . in/frwan    i  1 This" Hotel is New-ind well Fua?nished. Tlie ibidJ'��  .i.  \i?  to  9)  to , ,  ftl      '  '      *'  Tables,are Supplied with the Best ;the j|��4Jn  Market affords. The Bar is Filled witli \f^��m-  the Best Brands'of Liquors and Cigars. ItaSSK  ��� V   '      '*'   ���'   "^ ' " r ' fcife;��^  ���" "HEADQ0ART3RS. FDR'COMMERCIAL"   ' ',   '   f^SA  AND MINING MEN  HKITISH COI.U-UUIA  i  ESTABLISHED   1877. INCORPOHATED    189B.  v .   AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL,  $100,000.  Harvey    &   McGarter,  FORTSTEEJ-K.Ii.C  llarvey, IVIcCartor & Aloxander.  .    * * - FERNIE, B. C  Barristers ^Solicitors.  ET  uE  PICTURES PBAHED  Prest, tlie photographer, has just re-  . ceived the finest lot"  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  Ci"a_-b-?ook,    Moyie,    Fori Steele.  Will Visit Moyie on  W. F   GURD,  SSABrvIS^JIK, SOLICITOR, ETC  CRANBROOK,  E. C  mwjmjwex"  ^lining- Stock  66  BEALE & ELWELL,  Notaries    Punuo,    Oommis:  SION AND   INSURANCE  AGENTS.  Branches:  ,  FOitToaTEELEj  FIMBERLEV,  -.31ARVSVILLE.  [oyie, B-"CC  ORAIfBHOOK. ASgAYIIi!M,Q  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  BO  Yg��B3��  SXPERfENGg  TRAOK PrflARKS  Designs  copvhio.hts &c.  An-on-asotidiiii. a-,,.:olftl'.'an(_'*;i*i.-"ic:i*,it,iors ma?  nickly ascertain our opiuinTi fi-i'.c vjju.'t.ho*- an  rjO. .   invention i3 probnlily putcitublc.- Omnnuiiloa-  1 tlon3fitrictly coal-ldo!-iti>ilvi;I;i2i!i'.���'���..".���;".oil i'c.t.entfl  bVitfroe. 0"ldc-st ntroncj- for -tccunriff jjatnntB  si.-h  ilunn-Jl; Co. zscoi  Patents tatf.r.ii, thro  . special nu'.kc, vi!lioi-f.  '������IX, -'I'.  olvc.  ScitsiifK Hscrieaii*  h,-.r.,l*r,-.*r.-ii.ilj- iVii-r.tr.ii.K.1 v,-n,--:0v. T,,*:rfrOHt dr.  ii;..;;.>ii ui! um? ne'eiilUli. .ioiinmi. 'i'.jir.'is. {;:i a  c;i." fuur :"i.i_nl_t:.i,'!*;!.' E'l'ti |.y ail iiir^jiicaleri.  triri ;*i5Dj   i*j n _  ��.�����       ,        r.i. t.r      i.  iiiuoch OlilCJ; OiS li. 'Jt-1- y*/2.?f.iu_ftc->. I). C.  Daily market prices by  wire  from Spokane.  LEWIS THOMSON,  i  Notary Public,, Accountant, Co.M5!JSe'iqn a*sd  Ibsukascb Agent.  DEALERS    AMES    EXPORTERS  ���<s?,*$l  For Downright Satisfaction,  Shipment after Shipment,  Ship Your Goods to Us.  Full     Prices     and'   immc"  -��� -;vj-- ������ .-r*ft   . y*ji i*>   *, *. ���".*>_i.r*i^'Si  Soar 't'sia'lfhshccl ' 24 Yours.  Wrlto ior Prices. Ma he Trial  Shipment.     Convince Yourself.  oyie,  B, 0.  E..:A;'ELTON,;- 'A.;���'���'  Commisaion   and   Insurance.'  ���.' .Agent. ������-���  NEW YORK LIFE,.  LON0QN.AND LANCASHIRE,  ;' PHOENIX OELBROOKLYN  lusuruDce Co.'a  Jort Steele, BJ 0.  F  NELSON,  B.  m^pilM^)taiMlaixBZaBX?^x&MBG^ I,),,  wma BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  ���ted Waters of all  ��� Kinds. .��� '-'J  v  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water,:and Syphens.  200-^ 12 FEB8T AVE, W,  1<_I*��1Q*IJ  la/jM th  tbrtiXfa'  a  , aad<  on  i "Wilt  ai  ^������rta n  iBieS'S  is  k.<jith at  ..   i^M  B notiX' hi  m ��s,vt y  frly'fc f t  SoPS.tlirif an  fe'e'itjjo ttc  m )*.M ct  ^loiiK^. or  WlI&Ci'Q   i:i  f {�����> ?MBI i,t  HteJi."? ra nil  & iVioftit  essi<  fht^ffiS��iis  ���^wjea]^ oi  Mnfttm'r. .i  sisdouM ctg  I^We'  hiik 4i*?tiiu  **y*-i ^ "iitjt A  fi-��-r-,��-S!Sr""  N���nw  medyi  mm  8ed-.l@  B-*was|  isii��!  otiniS^Scto  l_5~*^'-fS5!_S_t. .  .J  r.*,*!*.  W��iTat   'roPi  p^i-tig  DiN&ULAr^e.  mm .mw��wrf._n^ um  Don't lUtbborneck Your Neighbor's ,Put.*..  m  <B&  (r^Si  pi'"a   ��v\  VA S3   KM  U  W ft!, <��3?'    .-ij  H  ,., .ifflifc__�����_  i^���_^'*''^*'^*^fQ!3   .  tv_..^ttffl|sli<  !^-k-ii^'i_;-sii!A^t��'  ���.tc.QSfSg.Sloi-  ��H*S���fflj.*i,(  j?! jV   SS rllla^tfm"  u-o  --r.*;jf-*^,-v  <��M^-',���-i��-'-< .  ?odernAi,u  ;rom theJjjTa..  after "Voniain  Ittle iihsinth  ir ll'H  ��   -.^*,^��*  in > w^mF#4i  ��...  '' : k  **. TH&10Y1E LEADER.  I  ���*  11   *' '"ri;;, $oa��wr ��'..l��'li a "no taking a  C- . . '/U'ter in �� I'��h,ie l',acp' ,a n rni1"  [4ttaL -,f:?:^".! ,., , trniu. where, be b  J And *������?��, ��  ,-ttofc '  thi-*-*./  j, ,,n a  iraiiJ,  i.-..iny    eyes   regard    him?  J �����,. fffV^#lWU-- tinu-."^ drummer said.  . ^W^VfiK' .m��-stin6. The* man, you  HUt^B,SWc  ���'ln��   ��'   hJs   r*ht   hnnd  3nptatii��S*>** "^"p'r1 ,cft"han,d  P   iBLrsrOtfi1.?^.�� ...   ���,���������,,  ���M  ..,��� _,,*.���-_  Ui.it  i\r ns hf stoops over the cup  -i- M-cHifl attitude, an  attitude like  E?w.��5_o^itl�� his ti'ft hand by putting  ~" i* [njcUi't.   Another holds it  A third puts the thumb  fe!^��� ��'k"t ��' ,,is waistcoat, and'a  %_5__iYlffiBS> ��'��' 1'"u,d ,ikc a PenduIum  v.Illi their left hand, look  ,.lf <oii!iciouH when drink'  i.s amusing to watch  Cure  i  Cures Coughs and Colds  at once. It has been doing  this for half a century*. It  has saved hundreds of  thousands of lives. It will  save yours if you give it a  chance. 25 cents a Dottle.  If after-using it you are not  satisfied with results, go to  your druggist" and get your  money hack.     ...    .  Write to S. C. Wia^s & Co., Toronto;  Can., for free trial bottle.  Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects the'Stomach  llichards & Co.  Wtitiia^.���Liisi winter I received  bin     the use of "MJN-  N'J* in a severe attack  -*-*���   , find   J  have frequently  o   bo    very   effective   in  ir.irna.tion.  "Yours, '   * ���  W\  A.   nUTCIIINSON".  --,���,. -peat, tofiiefl.. tr-  ft ���"ti-'lripJ'  ��*-��I.oB*  ��� ��#��  [��������-*. t .  r ��������������*;,*���  _!f4^et*r"on TrPO  i  !d  ��� aud  Fire*.  what could have  ry his landlady.  s either. thf.'t or  raise  nit he owed for" board.  I. World.   ���        '    '.  1 n>RU<!2" I wonder *��������  |!lj{;^Sl;u'du|),to nun  ElfltS^-'t   "Vis   ---'--  II'S UKIHEKT IK ate'House..  Fireproof. Doom.  iments have demonstrated that  f. wood covered with tin resist  ter than those, made of iron.' .  tiuDJcWLi rand clcias and brightens  every-  "nAjfeft" ou,t v a-h t*'3otho';-  ���il  "iflSSlJi.  .'������.-(.-���.-My   Safe.  Siiit'.r- Dei ,you know, some  %   /'Jlisi^i ��� i.':'--itii-: is dangerous.  ' . *  fjoVtW  ..'Vi -Nousonpe".    Why,  f.;^, ii,',; cii! - Philadelphia  f-i'SJIlJ.  �����. -�����?���_ ,   /*_ab.  4  papa  North  "Jf5*--  ��fj  <f#'    -'"'aff'A >'<������.������ Army K.-ition.  iuirrni^a-'  -.I'lunry      correspondents  \ fi���,���"���*._.��*{��� y iiiydly of a1, new    ration  Tll6 1^IC^,1**'/1'  !,<,('"   fried  during  the ro-  4V.Q |&t- rtanuiivi-iK     af    the'" Austrian  '.:\    iPPi'l^ii?   Cahcin.   says   The  , Paris  Owing' 'to the'nature    of  area1  Ihiterrlflet!.  "I see." said, Sirs. Ilenpcelc "that a  Philadelphia man .caught the sinallpux'  frop handling money that was Infected."  i "Oh, well," her husband answered,  crouching n little ��� farther back Into  liis corner, "that doesn't scare mo., I  never-have n chance to-.hold our money long enough to catch anything from  it"���Chicago Record-llerald.  ���.FEVER'S VICTIMS.'  THE   AFTER     EFFECTS    OFTEN "WORSE  '      '    tHAN THE DISEASE ITSELF.     ,  "71DJ1 SC"'-,-,��$?��- Owing'to the nature oi  ,0,10 |jb (.'oi��j(iL*,v hikT the: extensive area  iX>Lu> ifri'';M'Ji-,f5iriiig Hie exercises, it bc-  ' pieVn-_��g$;->iii-.v (o provide the troojiE  ���^tlh' pori;iMe*foi  erjSP'd  in a very  ^���fififi'.'i     without  it 11 s.<y.��.  -pr. *jj. *  ^piej**i:  "_'  J.UUIA, j  n  porf.-.Me \food whicii could  d  in a very short time or  i     preparation.  jriuygvfi,������.*,.-.    0f_   nutriment'    wero  ��uVJjn| tho one which.gained most  u so-called "chocolate ra-'  ��.\iNfc| lis was invented by a doc-  ' ftad<  onsists  of ordinary choco-  -i i!  A  i  i "Witli  an  admixture  of  albumen  .^������rta n fatty uiatter.*    In a -few  UlUiS^   is can be cooked either in  JJ ater    aud    eaten as it is.  f itotu^i lung value of tlie prepara-  h is^t y great, 100 grammes    af-  Rlinff^B    much sustaining value as  grly'JiJ f a kilogramme,     or     five  hps,tl*i�� amount of beef. Moreover,  jc'c'itJM tto-keeps remarkably well,  W ltt.ij cted'neitlier    by heat nor  yioiiK-j, orago in. damp and* badly-  nUl&ti'd  magazines.  M    t���*   f   W fpfi ,-lit of a  Gren.1 iXclniln..  A pno._i6^ Uie most striking spec-  ;V pIoi*rS|.-a'.ed by tlie telescope, -says  lVButl}Viompan.on,   is  tlmt    of the  J  Tuiiq.  on'-,  Inal  r'M'll  essio'  jtrht-^fi.  owieajg  'tirb'tsS  %&&  srdou&i.  y yawnmg black gaps and  vl-i- with     stars  arranged  ve groups and lines, it'has  in the  heavens.. The .   im-  f astonishment made by the  lis ne.bula is heightened by  of its enormous size.' The  r system would  appear as  ck beside it.    Yet this tre-  A Sufferer' from the After Effects of  Typhoid Tells of  liis Deplorable  ' -...-   Condition--Appeared to be ih    '  ��� a Rapid Decline.  The after effects of, some troubles,  such as fevers, la g*rip.pe, etc., are  fie-qutntly mere serious in their results -than the original illness, and  the .patient is lcri an almost Jlhys'-  cal; wreck.* In suoh cases-as' 'these  what '"is needed s a tonic medicine,  to enrich rhe bl-ood, 9tr*?ngithen ��� the  nerves, and put the system right, Mr.  1.. rBarnhiardt. a prosperous young  farmer Jiving near "WellcJnd, Ont., offers proof c-f the truth of these statements. ,Mr, Earnhardt e-ays: "Some  vears ago, while living in the United  States, I was attacked by typhoid  fever, thc after eft'-cts of which proved  more -disastrous ' to' my constitution,  than the fever Kself, and forrnonths  I was an amost total, wreck. I had  no appetite, 'was haggard and emaciated, and uppaiently bloodless. I had  violent and <iiS'i*essmg headaches, and  my "whole appearance 'was suggestive  of a rapid decline-.1 tried no less thin  throe doctors, but*they failed to benefit me. A't' this juncture a friend <o��  irvine m.entioned my case fo another  physician, and he suggestc-d that r  should.lake a course q��-JDr.-.Williams'  Pink Pllis. I took-stills advice and  found'it most sa'tisfacLC-ry. Almost  from the outset .the'.p.ils helped me,  and I continued their use-until I had  taken about a dozen boxes, when 1  felt myself fully res'.o;ed to my l'oi*me*r  health, and my'weight inci'iased to  165 pounds. I liave enjoyed the best cf  health' ever since.' and I will always  givn Dr. 'Williams' Pink Pills ine  praise they so richy deserve."  These pilis are a certain cure for  the ���after effects of fever, la'grippe and  -pneumonia. They make, new, r'ch, red  blood and stienguhen the nerves .from  first dose to las't; and in this way they  cure such troubles-as anaemia, neuralgia, rhruti-.atit-m, -heart.- wealvne-33,  lc'dr.ey and liver ailment's, partial paralysis, St. Vitus dance, etc. They also  cute -the functional ailments that make  -the lives of so many wonr"n a source  o�� constant m'sery, and bring the glow  ���at" health to pale and sallow cheeks.  Other .alleged tonic pill3 an' mei*e imitations of th"s gieat nicd'eine, and the  haver shoud see that the full nam"  "Dr. Williams' fcir.k Pills for Pale  People,"-- is on every box. Sold by ad  dealers in .m d'e-ine .or s.eut postpaid  at 5uc a box, or s-ix boxes for $2.5.1,  by addressing the Dr. Williams'Aledi-  u'ine   Co.,��� Brockville,   Oat,  A CLEVER TRICK.',  no��v a Vohiik  Larry-cr Snccnmlied to  His   KIvuI'h  S-rttnaoasneus.  "My first attempt at making a start  for myself wu.. not successful," laugh-  sd the attorney who is well known in  the city us a leading legal light., "When  I graduated from the law school, 1  hadn't" ihe slightest idea where to locate, so when I chanced to see a news  it.'iri to the effect that a small but  prosperous town in the central part of  the state'was in need of nn attorney'at  law I looked upon it <as heaven sent  and decided to go there at once.' liut  no sooner aad 1 tacked up aiy shingle  than I liscovered that another young  lawyer had' seen the same item \ri&  that he, too, aad looked upon the information as being especially prepared for  his benefit and had opened an office in  the town. I realized that there would  not be room for both of us ,in so small  a place, so I called a meeting to form  ,a community of interests.  - " 'Nov.-,' said I, 'you know as well as  I do that there is not business enough  hiM'e for both of us and that sooner or  later one will have to,quit and go elsewhere. Sucli being the case, I' propose that Ave enter into an agreement  that tlie first opo who succeeds in getting a client shall have the field to  himself, the 'other seeking greener  pastures.' ���      !  , ������'  "lie agreed to the plan, and we drew  up and signed a paper to that effect.  "The next morning I chanced to look  out of my office window nnd saw a  man deliberately walk.up to another  man and knock him down. Realizing  that here was my chance, I seized my  hat and rushed out."'  ���f "See here,' sakl I to, tho aggressor,  'I saw you knock that man'down without provocation, and doubtless he will  have you arrested for it.   Now, .1 'am  ,an  attorney, and if you will  let me  'have the case"���  " fl've   got  a , lawyer,', ,he   growled,  pointing,to a doorway where stood my,  grinning rival.  "I kept my part of the -agreement  <and'left town. Years afterward I learned that'the whole thing was a put up  job of my competitor, who bad given'  the'aggressive party $10 to knock down  the man, against * whom be had a  grudge, promising to "defend him in'  court aud pay all expenses."  (With every excrlion the best of men  can do but a moderate amount of good,  but it seems in tin* {lower of ,the most  contemptible individual to do .incalculable mischief.  OSh'AWA'MIRACLE  NVESTIGATI  A Sworn Statement of Facts Almost Beyond Belief.  Buying and  Selling.  'Ton  advertised,"  said  the gullible  one, "that you had discovered the key  to success."    ���  ,.'  "True," admitted the fakir!  "Well; it didn't help me.a little bit."  '" "The reason for tliat,"' answered the  fakir pleasant^*, "is that you have been  buying the key  instead of sellinc it  It has brought me"success.  If ntl-ir-k-xl villi, chol'.ra or biirr-uior co'r.pi.iiul  of a-iy l_-r..-i send ;-.t oaco fur a boil ;o <.-* Dr. J.1*.  KclIo��re*'d_t)ys--E.try Cordial and u.*e ic accor..-  i:iff to directions. It ocz* *.vii h wonderful rapid-  i!.y in subduing that dieadful . i_,oaso l_u_t  weakons tli*3 strongest man and that, destroys  the younfr ai-.d delicate. Tio-o who have- used  this cholera inedicines'iy it acts proanpuiy, arid  never fails to effect a thorough cure.   *  Wo   SqxieaHngr.  Some English travelers were recently  In a restaurant in a German town  when a woman who was serving Imparted the interesting Information that  a pig was being killed round the corner.' One of them remarked that it  was curious that the pig did not squeal.'  The woman looked at them in surprise.  "Aber," said she, "os ist polizeilich ver-  boteu"���It's forbiddi'ii l,)y the police.  t��..^rja aKRi'ogation of nebulous  SjaMkJ?1 starry swarms has been  $uC$'$��$ lhc researches of the late  rdfesadiSJCcL-ler of the Lick Obscrva-  $t- &^lls �� fJ.vil1ff away from the  f*h'#H3 Ul<? sun at the rate of 11  i^*$-PSv��r.v second! But so vast  iA^^M'UKV that 100 years reveal  s��'^l-i^^'l.'octs of the great nebula's  ?*Ss^^FJl'- If it were near by it  ["fel^^"1 l0 become rapidly small-  &..NU,-^_SB,',B|U  oC  AbN'nt--.  r^fL,     ^|||l|"the green  fiend  that satu*  ^���^^nal)1�� Fl'ancP. was origiual-  \-niW^i'einely    harmless    medical  f^M^^'cnch physician who first  P^J^Kls name was Ordinaire, and  p^^pfMng as a refugee at Couvet,  V ,S^^P;.:uh1'   at 'the   close  of  tho  'Sat^f^l^eiitury.    Like, many other  ^ntwg^gtors nt.that time, lie was  J,^]|^Sist, and his f.ivoi-itoVreme-  ^yj|pKcertaiii elixir of absinth of  !7S���Ppno lmcl the secret:  ���* t^M*^11 llG hequeated the for-  5   ���M&t housekeeper, iMlle. Grand-  'ies1*i*Wl10 soid-'U.to'tlio daughters  rfflWl,!:   neuriod.:,'.*a:hey" cultU  ���*^P?SttJ^WcIr. little garden the herbs  i?fe^Wor concocting- it, and after  t71f^<MstiIlG(1 a certain quantity of  _r!*l+T^^^llfey soI<1 lt on commission  *fc Swpcikllci's'Wlio quickly dis-  $i  Wli'1 the adjacent towus and  11 Tillages?^  * J Jj* J^^fSaSrlnff the first decade of the  ' i "ne*^aJSB.cntury, a wealthy-distiller  1 ! ��� ?if ^S1C r*r.mulii, n����d vory soon  * ^n2VM$* Placed on the market the  Jt^W"!, which differs greatly  iT thg^pm tiiodioiil remedy, since the  atter*eontalnod no alcohol ami' very  Ittle Jihsinth.  irLli>*tt ���     '  v^ftih. .   ..���������.*���,,, ,  1 > i   Iv-*-.*. *'���  tCpnqrse   Gisi'-s.  A bathroom window or ono having  an objectio,u;ib!o outlook may be made  opaque at little cost. To a pint of stale  ale add a handful of, epsom salts. Mix  well and apply with a brush. This  makes a hard finish that will remain  indefinitely or if desired may be removed hy scrubbing at any time.  rf.!r..e i-i n-i.^ro Catarrh in .h-Wrctiou of (lie-  co miry iSi.iii all o-tlicr di <_.'.j_ij. 1'ia U>sythcr,  *':'J iiu'i il iho 'a-, i:\-yc,'.;-.; v.-.'ib saiU'caocl to !;.">  Mr. T. J. Ilumes, Columbus, Ohio, writes:  '1 have been ufllictcd for foaic time with  Kidney and Liver.Complaints, and find Pai-  mclee's Pills thc best medicine for these di-  dease*. 'Thfge pills do not cnuso pain or  jfriping, and should be used whoa a cathartic  is required. They are Gelatine Coated, and  rolled in the flour of Licorice to preserve  their purity, and give them a pleasant, agreo-  able taste.  i i:i.i.  ������ dn  inc.urJjlo. i.-n-.i gnat r.-.r.-iy year-- doctor-- r-ro-  nonsf'c-d it �� !ocd1 'Ihca-.o, tir.u iircscribcd ioc.-il  I'orocdio-, and by cci:.-t;i:-.t!y friilir.K to euro with  local trcitm-rzit., p-onoiiut-.-'fl it incurnLlo.  Si-it-.-ico i-.:i;i _ij-ovon citai-i-Ji to bo a coiittituijon-  al dipoas-o, ni.d tl'-TOforo roouiros constitutional lrc.iimont. II.Ul's Catarrh <.'u;o, uionnfac-  turod I:y K- J Clii'iicy it Co., Toledo, Ohio, is  t 'so o-ily r'nis! itntional euro on tho _n_irl.cl. It  is ta3-.cu intora.-.lly ia do.-ea from 10 dipps to a  ioi'"i>oonful. -It acta directly on (lm blood and  mucous.* sarr.icos of tho sj-^ietu. They oiler one  Ii-."ind-*o-{ dollars for any ca.-*o it. fails to cine.  Sond for circulars and tCRfcinionials. s,',. , ^  A ddross F J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0,  '" f-old bvDrn5i-p:ist,s, 7'ic.   '. '   :,  ��� ������'! fall's "Family Pills aro the best.  A Dangcroan Tree.  The fruit of the umganu tree of Soirtii  Africa yields a strong Intoxicating  drink for the natives. Elephants are  fond of it, becoming quite tipsy, staggering about, playing antics, screaming  so as to be heard for miles and having  tremendous fights. When in this state,  the natives .leave them alone.  - gnffliblient.'Cause.-'.  Judge���-What are your grounds for  divorce; sir?       '" "���*'������-   ,      .    '  ���Plaintiff���My wife married me to ror  form me and after we settled .down  didn't have sense enough to give up  the idea. ���   '������  Judge���Granted.���Brooklyn Life..  Mother Q-ravcs' WormExlorininator is pleasant to take; sure and oii'ectuul in destroying  worms.   Maiiy havo triod it with best results.  AhfcToi-onro Ktall and Empires sords  a -'.oportei* to Os_ia.W��a-H��s Inquln-  *��s f^fa-siult in Complete VerlJiuatlon  Oi O^ialnal Story.  ^>ry many etarfllag etor_ea of won-  c��rful cures by Dodd's Kkiney Pills have  h^en published in these columns, and in  other newspaper^ all over the country  from time to t-'m2.  Every case has been,, so well authenticated a,s to lea ye Little room for doubt,  and, yet the -.tatementa made and the  cures reported, have, Ln many cases,  been so nearly miraculous as to be almost beyond  belief.  Recently The Mail and Empire of Toronto and other papers published a fl:s-  patch' from* Oshawa, in wh-ch. it was  eatd that a mechanic ~in the Oshawa  Malleable Iron Works-had been cured  of paralysis by Dodd's Kidney Pills, and  that after he had 'been absolutely helpless for four months, and had been given  up by the physLcians at the hospital  In Toronto.  ThLs wa3 too much for many people  to Relieve, and numerous demands were  made on the paper in question for a  verification  or  correction.  One' correspondent signing himself  "Mi-.-dtcm." in a letter to the .Mail and  Empire openly disputed the possibility  of such  a  cure..  To g^t at thc real - facts 'a reporter  waif? s*ent to Oshawa, and the result was  a complete confirmation of the original  ���dispatch. To put the matter absolutely beyond question the following sworn  statement' was secured:  Tiie Statement ot Mr. Brown,  In the fall of 1897 I was taken , 111  with what mast 'of the doctors called  paralysis, and others nervous prostration. - It commenced with a stiffness  and soreness in the calves of my legs  and gradually increased till'I could hot  move either of my arms or legs, having  lost all power ln them. ',1 could' not  hctve raised my arms to my head to save  my life. Por over Jour months 1 could  not stand or walk a single step. I doctored with all the local doctors, and  th2n with a Bowmanvilie doctor. Each  one gave me some different medicine,  but the more I took the worse I got.  At last the Bowmanvilie doctor told  me that nothing could be doae for me  unless I went to the hospital'in Toronto, where, they might perhaps have some  later treatment for paralysis which  would fit my case. I went there toward the end of January, 1898, and .remained under treatment in that institution for a little over four weeks.. ~iMl  was in vain ; I got worse. Twelve doctors told me T could not "recover, ahd  that nothing could be done for me, so,  &a I wis getting worse every day, and  there was no hope of their being able  to help me In the least, I was removed  to my home here. 'L was Uka a baby"  unable to move.  At this extremity someone advised me  to use Dodd's Kidney PAls, and my wife  bought a box. We had not the slightest idea tha.t-they would help me, but,  like-a drowning man, I graspad at every  ptraw. , After I had used the first box  ths Jiumbjiess' began to leave my finger  tips, and I,felt a little better, and kept  on' using the, pills. , By* two months'  tiime I could walk a little, _tnd shortly afterward was able to go short distances without assistance.  'The ,first time I went down town one  of the doctors .who had given me up  saw me across the street, and, .not being  able to believe his eyes, went to my  brother Robert, and asked, "Is that your  brother Joe?" Robert told him that  It was I, and he said in astonishment,  "Well, I never expected to see him  around again."  I used altogether twelve boxes ot  Dodd's Kidney Pills, raJKl by the first  of May I was able to start to,- work  again ln the shop here, and I havo never  been sick or off work a day since then,  that' is ' over three " and -a half years  ago.  I am glad of the opportunity to make  this statement, for I am sure I owe my  life, health and strength to w-ork to that  great  remedy,   Dodd's 'Kidney  Pills.  '    , (Signed),      JOSEPH BROWN.  Sworn Confirmation.  CANADA:      -  r'1  JOSEPH   BROWN,  Province of Ontario,      ��� of the Town of Os-hn-  Couuty of Ontario, J.      wa.. in tho County of  Ontario andProv.nco  ' To Wit: IV  of Ontario.  !Do Solemnly Decla,re, That the above  statement, signed toy me, isi absolutely true, and I make thisi *solemn declaration, boliaviag it to ba .true, and know-  Lnje: thn-t It i.s oi the 'samo force, and  effect as If ^maide undar oath and by  vlrtuo of tho Canada (Evidence Act,  1893.  (Signed)  JOSKPII BROWN.  Declared before nie at the Town of ")  TV,     9     ^^cePr7r>-0  m 'WAY BACK ANSI SIT DOWN  and lir-ten. Do you detect the slishtesfc defect as to harmony, sweetness or volume oi  tone in any of the WILLIAMS' PIANOS we  are more than pleased to show you ?  You can but answer in the negative,  Tou wi. 1 find nothing wroug with the case'  design or finish of the instruments either.  We handle all makes of organs and usually have a number-,of slightly used orgaca  and pianos for sale cheap.  Forrester & Hatcher,  Y. M. C. A. BLOCK, WINNIPEG  Eldridge "B" Sewing Machines. '  TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT  ���OF THE���  Dec. 30,1900.  Dec. 31,1901.  Assurance  Company.  MAD OFFICE: 112-118 KINft STEEET  f EST, TORQETO.  For the Year-Ended December, 31st, 1901.  To net Ledger Assets.' ,'$3,773,508 08  RECEIPTS.  To Cash for Premiums   ..,.     $922,935 02    ��  To Cash Income on Investments, '..     176 461 56  Dec. 31,1901,  DISBURSEMENTS.  By Payment for Death Claim3, Profits, etc    $386,688 35  By all other Payments     ��� 291,906 70  1,099,396 58  $4,872,904 66  Dec. 31,1901.  ASSETS.  By Mortgages, etc : .'...-   "   Debentures (market value*$747,205.99)  ..'   "   Stocks and Bonds (market value $1,371,315.70).  " .Ileal Estate, including Company's building....  " .Loans on Policies, etc   '.' "Loans on Slocks "(nearly all'on call)   "   Caah in Bank and on   Hand     ...  678,595 OS  $4,194,309 61'  $1,200,489 65  737.8-18 54  1,322:168 92  '416,9:56 41  ,    278.827 44  ,   215,170 00  22,868 65  '.',,- $4,194:309'61  " Premiums outstanding, etc. fless cost of collection) .... - 178,58185  "   Interest and rents due and accrued ."...  .'        ' 47,881 -93  $4,420,773 38  LIABILITIES. '".  Dec. 31,1901.   To Guarantee Fund  '$"       60,00000  "   Assurance and Annuity Reserve Fuud  .. 3,808 229 00   '  "   Death Losses awaiting proofs, etc  45,103 01  ' ' . ..        - -       ' 3,913,332 01  Net. Surplus  5507,441.37  Audited and found correct.  J. N. LAKE, Auditor.  The financial position bf the Company  '<��- unexcelled���its percentage of net  surplus to liabilities exceeds thafc of any other llci.:e Company.  j Kew insurance issued during 1901 .A'...',.  Exceeding.the best previous year in the history of tue Company by  over half a million.                   *                                >j  Insurance in force at end of 1901 (net) ., *   $ 5.520,067 00  27,977,794 00  JAS, THOEBURN, M. D.',  PRESIDENT  TOIIN h. BLAIKIE.  VICE-PRESIDENTS      -      " '  HON. Nfi-. WILLIAM K. MEREDITH, K. C.  '   ,,    - ~   DiRECFORS r    ���-  HON. SENATOR GOWAN, K.C., L.L.D., C..M.G.  L. W. SMITH, Esq., K.C., D.C.L.  D. MCCHAE, Esq.; Guelph.  -   '     -MANAGING    DIRECTOR' �� <-   "  WM. McCABE, LL.B., E.I.A., F.S.S.  SECRETARY. " MEDICAL   DIRECTOR  .  L. GOLDMAN. A.I.A. -     * J. THOEBURN, M.D., Edin.  E, GUBNEY, Esq.  J. K. OSBORNE,��� Esq.  The Report containing the proceedings of the Annual Meeting, held on January 29th  last, showing marked proofs of the continued progress un 1 solid position of the Company,  will be sent to policy-holders. Pamphlets explanatory of the attractive iiiveatment of  plans of the Company, aud a copy of the'annual ieport, showing its unexcelled financial  position, will be furnished on application to the Head Office, or any of the Company's  agencies.  1  Os.iaiva.iii the Count y of Ontario,   r  this loth day  of Janu.*.iy, A.D.  1902. ;  J. F.  G1UERS0X.  a >"ot-��i-.* -r'ublip.  -EAT.  .��...   ��.��-..  ���rt'l-.o   Wins  list** I-nj*.  When two hoys start ont in life.'one  ������villi a copy of "V.'iiming His Way" in  his pocket and .tlio 6-Uiei* \vith n piee<-  (if natural ctoiiiciitary ���hustle' in , his  'head.- the latter usually C'mics iu fit',**!  ���it! ho past.' Vv   V '-..'- , ���*���-'.  '   . V VV  - *' Si'rojip  Ken. .'.'.��� '     J     i  .-lii-i* Touriste��� Vou  have some .styon-���  .iiul iu;rgt'd lypi's'.of-inaahooil out in Iii;  ���.vCt-.teiii country. Iiavi-n't youV   -  ������Stag"! Dtivcr���Yaa.s.. niiss.rwn hev nn-.  ���'Ufliri't' tlu't  don't -tliinU 'it's-niithin' .1  .;:i!'"l i'ii'p   a   railroad   tram.---Ohio'���.��*,'������:*  'li.unial.  This, therefore, ia the tru3 story in  detail of th's most remarkable case. Ko  room is left for tioubt or dispute. snJ  the original Oshawa -dispatch Ls confirmed  in  all  ita  particulars.  If  this   is   possible���cii'l   ho  ono  ca:��  now doubt  it���than  one can ea.--.lly understand how any of the many wonderful   cures   reportci   have   bern    acconi  pllshed by the same means, Dead's Kidney Pills.  Pi!  ������He'*5ttid!ccl. ft.  r H. R-idor Hn'gg.-iriil.- Iii "A ".Winfor-,  grimage," tolls this niiociloto:   V  "When I was a 'soaring lininan b.-y.'  my father took nie uy .the-IMiino. l.ry boat  w-ith the hope anil <>.���.pectiniyn tliVit my  mind, would be impi-qved by .e->nic..i:p!..r  One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth mere titan      HEDUCE-iS  Two ounces of impure soap. ' EXPENSE t  &0I; for tho Ootagon Bar. If your grocor ca-unot supply, writo to |  JiE^ER BE0THEES, LIMITED, Toronto, Bending his��� narao and adebross,: jT-  anil   a   trial  caraplo   of,   Sunlight Soap   will  bo cont yon  froo of costy^  ing its lovely and historic banks. V.'i-.i  ing-of this feast, very soon I slippi'd iIhvv.^.i  to the cabin to enjoy oiie more.c-oiigi'iiial.  that of 'liobiuson Crusoe.' ''Hut sn:ni'  family traitor betray yd me, and, pro: i***t  ing, eyeu with tears, that 1 hated views.  I was dragged to tlio 'deek'agai 11. '1 hu'vi*.  paid G tliak'i-s,' shouted riiy. justly, i.mlig  nant pareut as he hauled me up the  steamer slairs, 'for you to study the  Rhine scenery, and. whether you like it or  not, youug man, study it you shall.' "  .'.���."The   Wheat'Fly. ';.  The wheat fiy feeds upon the flower  of the wheat,������-while the hessian fly lays  its eggs in the stein.' The former thus  renders the flower abortive, while the  injury,done by the latter affects the  whole plant  The Dr.* McLaughlin Electric Belt is the  * only  never-failing   cure for -Rheumatism,  Lame'Back, Nervousness, General Debility,  Losscf Power iu Young, Middle-aged and  Old Men, Varicocele, Weak Back and Kid-  ' neys, Drains of Vitality.   Wasted Energy,  Sleeplessness, Pains in Head, Back', (Jhest,  Shoulders and  Limbs,  Female   Weakness, ?  Bearing Down Pains and all those ailments &  from which women suffer.    It cures after i  all other remedies have failed.  I guarantee a cure i-f i say I can  cure.  ��l   don't  ask   anyone   to   take  chances on my invention.  It doesn't cost you anything t-F S  fail  I don't ask any man to buy mv appli-  auceon a speculation. I know that it will  cure these troubles and [ want my pnv only  when the cure is complete. I den'tas'k you  to try it one month,, nor two months, but  long enough to cure you, and when I have  ���cured-you you can pay, me. If I fail inVn'v  task it's my loss, not yours. All you lose  is your tune, and, if mv Belt fails to'-cure  you you will have the ; satisfaction of  knowiag that the-best, strongest and finest  electric body appliance in the world���one  with 50,000 cures to it's credits-has  .faded, and that there is no cui-efo;  Remember, my terms are PAY WHEW CURED.  Beware  of concerns oilering a thin piece of felt  ., as a   substitute* for my   cushion   electrodes!  {j*'.These cheap coverings are used only to disguise their bare metal blistering  '.j. electrodes." They have to be soaked in "water, which quickly dries and  } leaves them without current. My cushion electrodes are my exclusive in-  <   vention and cannot'be imitated.  v. If you have one of these old-style, blistering belts I will take it in trade  for one of mine. I do this not that the old belt is of any use, for itis not,  but to establish the value of my goods, with people whohave been misled  by the false claims of concerns selling a cheap, worthless article,,    If you  '��� cannot call and test the current write for my beautiful Illustrated Book,  I  sent sealed  FREE.    ��� .  ��: electricity.  ar vou :n  I  DR.,Mi'P- MfsUUGHLIN, 130 Yo'nge Street, Toronto, Ont.  Offlco Hours���9 a.m. to Cp.m,   Wednesdays and Saturdays,  to 3.30 p.ni.  A Uetr Deflnltlon,  Ostend���Paw, what is an underwriter?  Father���A woman, I guess; at least  she Is the one who always adds a post  script  Baby   Carriers.  Tommle^-Ai-e they enny storks in th'  United States, paw?  Paw���Only a few.  Tommie���They nmst be offnl blzzy.���  Ohio State Journal.  o _B&-k-"  -'I  ���   1 - " i  (     f  ' - s''j '  -  '' V  ' o    I-  .v A<  '.' J"-'' :  *..  ���'. ,i i .  1 ' ; . .��  A ���,.  -;    to  'O  .-<*.h  SXv"ve"rrm  ���.r.^r.~w."*^.  -���'i - 'M.-^-^.-vac^g.r.^jaga^-K  M^Ii^a  VEfrETiLBLJSa  &.  Now Industry   of  tho   Pf*o{flo ,.  Ooasfc. . .-.;   ;  ."in ioei,,  Owiosis^ Oiifi-ois rand Oilier  " **fretal>Ie.s  s.s 'jf rented fox; JOse'  .   ir.'the MtvLlstt; Re-  s  tr."��nii. ���   '- - >  WJiiit J>id Ifc Want?  A in.iii '.\ ai' lutu -V Movie  ^(.".je   tho  iter d.iy and abk.'d   for ��� ;h:-<j.---f-.-;irlh:.  : a civKS, a circle: complete, two semi- /  \Alvi wv'n   a   norpvudieular   moat,   r. I  liai-^le cm two feet,   two  semi-circle-, j  nd a   circle   complete���what  did   he J  ��� ii' :���  jMireh'irt-? . ..  v>g<-frg^^.'a'^*^^^yraii*;iys*-;iN'.i>a_f ��---~  v..-crr.- r<r^r^rJEr: -y"?r wv  -9  ._>.���-*.-��.  .wn.-i.-lSKSlBMiWBEK  Bisi����Ksaffl��raaaffWi^  fSSSRSsra^.J.*****-^^^'*^^^ jr  ___;���������*��---jr.-.*.  ���;' -tr-'*-v--.^t**->'.-<S. t-H'-iwi I  ���^P���'* ���*���- H     a. ?  L-O. T3*/  M  . ^����� j�����v,-* v-K-^r-^r���srC-'/**'^"  "V-TVUV*  'r^^Jy'^^'^VV^i,^'n^^-^��!^g^  .Cpies  ��i5 a.-^T/S"!*  p��C-flgs/t  A new and important, industry has  tffme.  into existence in   Santa    Clara  county, which Inds "fair in "time to rival ���  the "fruit drying.   Th.is.is the prepara-- {  tion of dried veipet aides ior tbe rnaa*  kct_ which at present is generally confined to tlie 'short season at. the driers  between the ripening of the diiYerent !  fruits.   Just lately th**-vegetables have j  been usurping the place of thc apricots, j  ��� but they liave now nlreu.'y begun, to j  give way in turn to the prunes. '  On  approaching- a drier it 'does not  'take one long to'decide whether fruit  , or vegetables are being, prepared, for .'The latest  in   heating  stoves.    Burn?  in   the  latter case   o    punjjent* odor I ,.ual .lnd   W00(1_   ,AIs0   cdal aud   wood  rushes  out to sting one's   eves    and;,  ���crawl -uncomfortably up on^'s nostrils j lnirnt3J'? m cA^v =ty.e>*.  ���for the trail ot onions is over the land.  Within a live]}- scene is presented.  Men  are hurrying- to and Ito bearing1 traps  and. boxea, while long rows of women  [ -and  children, -t.it. busily p?oiing potatoes and cat-rot.-}, which, torjv'hcr yrith  ���tin. onions, loriu at pr-.��t.E.t the staple  Xiroduci.    V."h.:i_. hoxe.**. of potutoel or  "enrrots nre filled, they are poured into  -Q large- hopper, and from thiice fed to a  machine  with  rotating    kniie-hladea,  which cuts them up into .small Air.ca  ''���-. quarter of tn inch thick.   Thi. ivr-  'ther process which the potatoes underr  ELWELL  AGENTS FOR  City of Progress  PHOENIX   ASSURANCE 00.   of   London,   Jingl'ind-  IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO.   of London,    England.  LIVERPOOL, LONDON & GLOBE, INSURANCE CO.  LONDON & LANCASHIRE IN-JL'HANCE CO.  WESTERN ASSURANCE' CO. '*'        '     , ,  BRITISH AMERICA ASS1 MAN'CE CO-  UNION, ASSURANCE SOOILTV of  Lond-n, England,  NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.  Eth  in  ��  ii  o  fu.  fjV'��! *.  il line of gen-  Kardware.  .TJut-mlthlKE; ami CJ*..rti'il:ir;.  ft'  GUARDIAN  ATLAS  London, England.  Prosperity;  5HN0LA.  alJWBFlS  T  6 ,<  ��:hAOU3����4KliA.l(.MMUTa-.  11? h* *"* ?% i  f rtt WunLl},  ���p-o is Efrnplc. and ."for carrots and the  'other ininor ^ege'tablesit Is practically  the .same.  After  heiQy-  (diced the   tubers    are  slightly sulplmrsu in u- chamber built  'of wood. - Here  great   discrimination  must be used, for,- if they are sulphured  too much; the potatoes will* taste of  'the fumes; if too little, ,they will not  conca-m  enough   antiseptic    property,  'and bactc-ri&altracled bj the starch will  'develop.   Moreover, a little sulphuring  'ii? necessary to preserve the color of  the vegetables* as far fee possible and to  prevent decay.  After this process tie potatoes irs  not spread out in the r>un, but put into!  an evaporator. The latter looks like  'a small Perris wheel, and is inclosed in  a sort of brick oven with glass windows;  Within this it revolves close to hot-air  pipes, for a few hours. When the mois-  ��� ture. i9 sufficiently evaporated the cars  of the wheel are emptied through the  windows, and their contents are now  . ready for shipment 'in sacks.  ���When this stage is reached the sliced  potatoes resemble dry ��� chips, and it  takes six or -seven pounds of the fresh  to make one pound of the dried.  By their.pungency onions possess the  power of warding oft bacteria, and are,  therefore,   only  slightly sulphured to  preserve their color. They are next evap-  oratcd^unril one-third of the moisture is  expelled,  and then placed in trays in  the Etui, just as is done with fruit.   Tlie  drying process shrivels the onions so  much that it takes 20 parts of the fresh  to make one of the dried.   While the  onions are being- cut up' the  moisture  coming from them is very disagreeable  and hard on the eyes of the employes.  . When carrot1** are evaporated it. takes  about nine part:, of them to make,one  dried part.   Perhaps the d.rying process  used in the ease of both- carrots and  potatoes might be improved upon *--��� "ire  me-i.a employed.    By using the latter  ���the starch in the'pocatoes would be partly cooked and sterilised and after this  ihe.  tubers could, be evaporated in a  chamber similar to the one above described.   In this way the potatoes could  be- rid -of sulphur, well dried and yet  capable of being- quickly soaked, and  there would be no chance for tiactcria  to <"JLVj.op.  Other -.fge-ajlts than these men-  tiored are at present in procojjg of de-  Telopment; but so far the industry has  j'..'V(-d very profitable, as evinced' by  the increased demand, for .dried vegetables, il] o\er the country, but especially j.u the "mining regions-  XK E, -S y S t? E N D ER SIG EnL  City , Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.'     o  ^y^..!    _.V  *yr?-,*tcTn  ">^-t-%" T-**-:.  ~ >�� T 7-���7V*"'T 'StAZ-'\A������<���* -  '   J 'n^  -.��  ,-.- ��� ���? A -   . r,  . .���  ^.��-   *?   ,,  ���      .    i"/-3  WBSi.i.y otlixe;, i:i-op,,  Moyie, B, C.  MOVIE'S LE-UHNG hotel.  The best of  accommodations  ��� for the travelingjpublic.  P. J. McMahon, Mgr. '  Sleets every Monday eveningin their  hall on Victoria- street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited. , '    ���  j."S. MacEaohebx. '   W. L.Reid,    ,  Noble Grand.       V Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Meets in McGregor ball every Tuesday  evening. , Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.;    ,  John Blackburn,     (. P. T.'Smytii, . ,  President/ -   ' Secretary.  BOOTS    AND   ;8HOES  Kcpaired and I>Iade' to Order.  Pw A. .SMITH,      'Moyie.  neap. MacEachken & Macdonalds.   .  Oce Way  oit Tplin:K  ���ri.ci*; i~>, San As  GftiinfS Oltf.  ' "There, .arc many zyg'us indicating  that old age is '-c;nii:?^ on a man," re-;  rcnarked an age-I gu.'itleman to* a Wash-  .mg-Lon Star rei-orler, "but one of the  surest is when, he Iii>ls that his sus-  penders'have a nay of -slipping oil the  shoulders. At firat h** tlii.T.:'-'. ijiare is  something* v.-rcmg with t'u-r KV_f'py;*.den.',  and h*& t.!"i<-.-*> t<* rvined*. it l;y tight-e:.-  ."���'j'p- tpcri* up. Vr^r awhile i.h:u euro-;  rlie- ���i.'.t.jfi:*.--, but. Iti a little v. hile there  la -L.-'-rc -MJpjiii!^- r.i:<i \��. get.s a now pair  of f.usp'-iidc:-.-.. Ev.j.i. tl.ov '���'���liy- o��T r.jid  -j-oal.c him feel unco'nfo: iabl*\ Aftc'*  awhile- he di.-.ci" e-rs the- troiddc i.S.not  v.'iiuh t-ii-'j jiu^pciide:---, "o.it v.ith himself.  As 3 -_*:i-ra :.')li r*n a iii.'ui lie fr-ci-; moi-c  ruwi t-iOie muad -.Iif-uhlcvd, and tuuet-s  he-Las *?ri." '. i ij-ciid'T.', hrr.-.-ed up by  ���joup.cctinv  i.'j.viu  u'j'.n a !_>... <���>   tjoluiul  .Vie f-;ho'dd  I.-.- c.-iKK-C M ��p .,.i<:in up.  ). ?.*c~i*'*inrx'r. s>'j:"uc yearfv f' -j. Iseii'.ii'g  wo vi.-i'y i/r-..uii"ttu-ri.t ir.cu r p>.-td:iug txf  '.iio fact li.at nicy wire getting ohi.  ���C'Uu of ihf-.i v.-;^. at tho,tim*:'v"c(i j./e^i-  Jc-Tit o�� the l"niufy't States and tlie otner  v.i-vs i". :.",.KlL.;g iK-nator 'What makes  2,i^u \hink vou fi'-1 trro*'--i..�� fid?' one  of tin,m ''.'���'���:%') ot th-.i ctl.'.-r. 'I found  it. out," was the-;*e]dy, ";-l_. t/^nti- I discovered that my suspenders would not  stay up.' ��� 'That has been my e^iXirience  luso.' 'came from the questioner. Nelf-hr  or of the gen U linear lifcn-ed to had yet  "iXrachcii. his seventieth ywi-x, but they  iiae] both diiicoveix'-d tiiey, were*'growing  oJd by the samo'in.cdde.it.iii their lives,  j' have never known it-' to .fail. After  ���I r\vxn���reaeiies-ii'Lct-y hia -shoulders'grow,  CHAS.  P. OAMPBBLL,  ���Funeral'Director  and  Ernbalmer.  Graduate of Champion College o. the  United States! Upholstering and general furniture, repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bunk of Commerce: Telegraph and  m-.il orders promptly attended to.  Oranbrook-- ' B.  Cat'.l^^e^��wjn/eflruu3JS��3-rfesf5*.:'il_uUS' **L*?35ir2W.J��_E_es*W��S?5-SF3��3F  -SCENIC   LINE,  DIRECT  LINE.    ' * LOWES  EA-ST.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  .Montreal  New York  ItATEfl.  WEST.  Vancouver  Vict'-oift  Seattle  Portland  San *'"  Soo Lis  . rancisco.  Kt.   Paid,   Giiici'.go,   and'  all   United  Stales points.,  TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE.  EAST���Leave Kootenay Landing lion*  ding Thurcday ��-nd Friday ior  St. Paul, Toronto, Montreal,  Boston.  WEST���Ljr.vo  Moyie Bpard of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday  evening of each month at,  8 o'clock sharp in the court  house.  A. P. Macdonald, Pres.    V �� ���  Andrew, Jomtsrbk, ^Tjewis TfioisoN,  Vice-Pres.1 , Sec'y.  couitT uiorifi. ,  l>*o. 4005    ,  Meets'ou the Inst Thurs  dayot each mouth. V  . '    ���   i '"    ���  iting   brotnerir*. incited  toutteud.  P. T. SMYl'H", C. "R.       G. T. McGREGOR, R. 6.  tunpia  Permanen'  LOAK AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  Tha objects of 'the company  are': To afford /a safe nnd  .profitable means for the sav- *  ing oi small sums by regular  instalments, as well as for the'  investment of sniali amounts  of capital at a productive'ra'to  of interest. To assist members in building, purchasing'!  or improving homes and clear-  ���>>... ��� i  ifig  off  existing , incumbor-  'ances. ' ���    '   ���  P. T. SfV^YTH, ��� Agent, Moyie  TUe sineiting1' ce'nter  of tlie Sfiiilkairxeen  Valley..Backed by the  payrolls of txyo iz'igniir  tic coal comanies arid.:  the Copper and Kennedy Mountain mines  . ,  Surroiinded By the  following resources:  -w*v*"tr  frjcz-xrjt or fc-'j^i^TVUar^-  ��JKKfc-��t.'*V ^CAJ <*-JC W tt-LXtsV jtazxxrr *rt v.���>��  Methodist fOhurch  :seii VICES  Are held in IMr. J. 0. Drewry'.. building, corner Victoria and] ^Tavistock  street, eacli Sabbath at 7, :30 p.,m.  Sabbath school at 3 p. m.  Prayer meeting Tuesday ^evening at  8 o'clock.  Tiie public-are invited and will be  cordially welcome to  attend   services.  -     W. L: SHEIMD^N.  Pastor.  h  (TP ������  "icvr/istoko   daily   for  V.-uicui.Vfcf,  CO.VJt.  ittic  anet  the  oriJ'.'CV  steajdily, .and by; the time he. iri  If-O.VcE    SEEKERS  Excnrhiou Tickets ou sale,  westbound  .March I&t to April ,'JOtli,  Through bookings to Europe  via. all Atlantic   lines.    Pre-  ���'    paid tickets  from   all points  at lowest raies.  For. Kates, Maps, Time,. Cards, Ticicts and'  Full Itrforiiiatiou np.pij- to Nearest Loct.1  .   Agent,*  a. Hiliier.. A-fl'ent, Moyie.  J.S'CAKTKk,'" E. J..C0VLE;.-  Prices G-rveii  and  Jraers  T  ���Arc.::,  X.J.W   ....  Everything'  in the Printing  Line at the    ,  WW ���  fU  *      WHOLESALE AND I'ETAII.,  MBAT... .MERCHANTS  "ijMftS \'<.\*j  JXVXI*; ly* '.���-'    ���l-f*%&''*\ttt'-xS3%  F(resh ;and Cured Meats, Fresh  '   Fish, Game and Poultry.    We  supply> onlyj'the JbestV   Your .  trade^solicited. l  MAKKBT3  Ini all   the 3 Prin&^'I  C itiies \ andi'JI'ownirIn  * British Oolumhia. ,  CEAHBEOOI, B. C.  Hkadq-u'autkrs foii East Koo'J--.kat  wz��xtfX3nir*xmt  FOE   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  And fine agricultiirai  country.   Large herds  of cattle,efriiit in abun-  dance with a climate ,  almost southern   and  _ i  all that could be asked.  Is   owned and bucked Ly t.*  /&      lW,n   of   Ul{i  ����mlhm^  ci.-wu.    Valley Coal   Con.iuuiy, ^  geg ,ited, which is'a guarantee h  itself of ita ��� siiccc-i*. %  equipment and developing  of their cord niino, instaliio*  of water, electric light Ai  jjo'wor plants arc  already ���.  _.    '  ranged     for.     The, devtlop.  -fi-JSi   ny.nt   Of    the   Aslmoli (JoaJ  j?%k-' 9omiM11.v'��.i niint'h '��)' it?  East"*ni Ci-j'-Ualistc;-viio h.,j  c.-tahholH-.l    il).*ir. |myro!l t\  \:-ltnol;i/��'ij:ikf* i' ti;*':   c.ijiii.ii.  oily &  Aw interior of British Oolinnhin,  IIT?  Ar  ev  ���pr:  TQ  Lots in Af-lmoli*. aro wife inve-H  aiohts. In block-* 1 to -i am] 1;} to _fl  .be price will be advanced iii percent  per month until May 1st, 1002, ami to  1.0 per cent in' the rcinainii*<; '-lock.*..  The present price is from if50 to -f2_.3r  25 per cent each, 3,\G ..and U moudi;  without interest.  ' Arrangements\afe already completed for eight buildings, including collages for tbe*i employees of the company at Auhnola. This vfott vr.'ll bd*  utidtr headway.-by-Vfly hi '  -i 1-7  rnoi  * to r  And  wo v  >*lh'>����.*,��  With tbe advent oi ttanspot*  tation Smilkameen Valley Cor\ cau  be delivered at any point in-\Y��',  Kootenay or Yule aa ciwejily as fy"j  any other company in Canada.  . LALLl  ^aid  \  i  km  For furthergirifofrnatidh njiplj' to  iinilkairieifl Valley Coal 6.-, lid-, nelson), b  ^<M* S  MfeBOHANTl TAILOR  t <  Fine ^Suitings,    Overcoating  Troufierp,   Imported     Goods,  MOY  1m&,  Tho Ltedivu La-dies   ,  and Mens F.U'uiakei..  Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  I  \. Full Swif lfrd.TMincrri Supplies  Always on I fund.  ���u-ci  3S   and   ihspec! Our   Gooric.  ��� a-��_*. \xt**~M -_f n jt���^^cr _fc*Q vs*-*- mAtCH  mm S 1IIENT0N  . '   ���FOE��� ;'  HSAVT TEAMIMa* ������. ��� .-.  ''.; ~-ALSO���  bagaaoe,    expres-.   aki)   g..ni3kaj  Dei.ivuky,  Greater in leavening strength, a  spoonful raises more dough,- or goes  farther,  "Working uniformly and perfectly,  it makes the bread and cake always  light and beautiful, and there is never  a waste of good flour, sugar, butter  and eggs.  With finer food and s-t sawftg of  money .comes die saving of the health  |||  bf the-family; arid that is the greatest  alty  ^r Te  .custc  ey'r<  ���tgo  i^pad j  i -. .T3 a P^  ^efirffam:  ���&^$m��iM>  ^��thi��  p-Hck.'BAkir*a: powder'oo.,'  ���OHIOAGO,  NoTE.-Many mixlurcB, made in iml.talion of^ u  powders, nre upon tlie market. ����� ' ���&  Hold r'- ' ���    ~       ''"-"��� ni rin\  Pf* uk  cause  clieap, but nre dear at n^i.^h^g^^a'  . they contain alum, a fionwl����P^M4^gpfe  A\::

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