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The Moyie Leader Mar 8, 1902

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Array ^m' "'*- *  two weeks wc.liavo been busy going all   through  our,  '     8tock measuring up our   ,  A  -������ -   i  fir-X^-fb-StS- <y  I ,"  _*     A    * ���'   y  i?    f*~t    .>      ?   (.   A -: A    ���"  'Vff  ; yv_-/ rf3f. // ,  I    '// .'*���-- ��-...-   -       -.,-*���r-.- *>   *--.-"-' <���.,. ����, art-. ;-.'Cj*/  MOYIE, B. C. MARCH 8. 1902  $3 A YEAR  atrons  oods, flannels, flanneletts, canton  flannels, prints,  Qtone, linens, sheetings, muslins, silks,  lacos,  ribbons.  |�� our big-stock',of   mens' -goods���serge   suits, worsted  suits, shirts, collars, neckties,'  underwear;   top   ebirtp,  lttckinawd, aiid sorting ovcr'.our heavy stock" of o  Pap  AND  i i nves t-  ]:. to ii)  per ctm  , an.) w  blocks.  month.-  rover all our complete stock of groceries. In   other  words ^  .Stock TAKP.'-, /-'.. .- ' |  lie the timo Ior bargains in remnants, and  in   all goody we jk  fear out in order to got our stock  cleaned   up   for spring fa  COMPANY.',  ���&i *��ni Jm'^t'^irr'  INADIAN   BANK   OF  COMMERCE  "c    '   ��'   ,. '     ~"    ,'  aid Up Capital   $8,000,000.      v  Tt i  na/iupi| ...IUIiDCQ.T_-.UAI��i:-Q^MRR  Dnrtflull' ,   "IIUUI-iri-^MnUTiirui���ifiml  ���n_-BK-a_M-n  ���J. B  ,>T "A.'jrAoIfeNziE,; /Proprietor, v, ';,,' ' '- , ������..".., ;  >1S fbrjtlie. masses.   Ever ytiiiii6: First  fery; '^respect.   fSample -Rooms "for  Commercial Men.  British Columbia.  /���-"v rr\  T T'/'"Y',TVT"^  ���V-  ^.���^.���^.������^.^.^.���^.���������^���Sgy*^.-^.  I'.-,,., i >;/ ,i      . i -'.  .OX.gAlJI.N.I'-.lt BROS,  Lafgfe cfiri.pie iboni irtj? connection*  "with liouse for.co.-imetc.al men.*"Bo5(.  of accommodations.  ^Hk^tqu^rters ftfr ddmnriencfa. a'rid  Mining' (Vleri  MOYIJS,  B.  -t��_-4�� ���^���^.iiu'^S.R?'  Important    Resolutions Passed.  CROWN&QflSTO OTTAWA  LOCAL    NEWS.  , ,T1iop. lladcr is back   from  Spokane.  Mrs*. J. B. Rudd was down to Pernio  this week. '  James Gronin returned from Nelson  and K;,slo Wednesday!  Miss Peterson has been on the   sick  list for the past week,  Paul Jensen is building  a residence  in the South end of town. <   ,  TWO FIRE  Valuable     Property  Goes Up in Smoke,  Committee will Argue the  , Necessity of Kaising the ,  Import   Duty   'on  Lead Products   *  y.spm^pf our Teas and we   think- you will  i-*S*^>fiWiSiWii. *    , ���_ '  i-^usemo other.  f'er^ll&f we.began business,we Iiav.e .made a  btr^SflSOffl.ltV nf p-nnrl Tpa/Tmf. xrr&'xrp* -ncxTr&v ar\1rl  [oia.lty of good Tea,' but we've never sold  ' 'jet Te& than we are Celling just now.  s>g59w��t go else when good Tea is needed.  mS^ffthe1 blends we. sell-are:   MOJNTSO0N" .in  i f^ll^fead packets and 31b tins.  BLU�� RIB-r  . ./^BQN|a pure-Ceylon Tea,, put  up also in  V (xiJMf��ad. packets;. Considered by some a  C; gaio^|amily Tea. Special price on 51b lots.  PTC^Fiphis ig tHe ^oa * we , recommend  to  r"-*<?^Qj^''wanting specially good Tea; a little  ": /fiiglLer, in price, but (Shearer in the  end,  .   /il^MH poiihd tins only. .  ' ''^<^    .�� W6;^andle GUNPOWDER'and  AA&^Z��&*i*V'.  James Cronin and A. P..Macdonald,  Lhe delegates from the Moyie Board of  Trade to tho convention of the Associated Boards'of Trade held at Kaslo,  returned home lost Saturday;*  The arrangements and hospitality  of the citizens of'Kaslo, they say', were  hard to excel, and, thc banquet tendered the visiting delegates was one of  the most delightful that has marked  the meetings of'the associated boards.  C. Scott Galloway of Greenwood whf  succeeded, as president, by Q. 0.  Buchanan, of Kaslo, whose interest  and efforts" in behalf of measures  furthering., the public welfare, are  without equal in the province. The  delegates evidenced their appreciation  oi the efficiency of the secretary, H.  W. C: Jackson, of Eosslaud, whoae reelection was unanimous, and whose  services ae secretary fur four years  past, have attested the fact that lie is  the right man in the right placo.  The matter ot adjusting the tarifi ou  lead products; in order to encourage  the marketing ot ^Canafliali lead' in  Canada/ was dealt with in .detail, and  a ��� fcommittee consisting of G. 0,  Buchanan; W. H. kldHdge and James  Cronin were delegated to place the  matter before the authorities at Ottawa,  iir. Aldridge is already in the east and  iir. Cronin and Mr, Buchanan will  leave in a day or Cwo for' there. The  government will be asked to put a  heavier'import duty on manufactured  lead prbducts^entering Canada. It Is  now only about $2 per ton, while the  same duty in the United Slates is $40  a ton. . Mr. Crom'u believes that the  Canadian duty should be raised to a  point level,'or nearly so, with' that of  the'United States.      ^ ..   .   ' ,  Another matter which was productive; of extended discussion was the  Greenwood resolution urging a selection of the government reserve of 50,000  acres cm tho south side oi Morrisaey  .Crtek, for the pmposo of' encouraging  competition in the production of fuel  m South' East* Koot'euay. Against  this resolution,* the 'tfemie delegation  Look a mos;t active stand. "But, tin  concensus of opinion in favor of the  resolution, was so general, that it  passed ' unanimously,' after . being  amended go' as to pro"\*'de for .the  government leasing tho land ^vitb  such safeguards aa will absolutely  preclude now and in tho future, the  possibility   * of    their    nuul.'.aniaUon  G. A, Leitch and S. Richards of  Cranbrook were in town Thursday.  R. E.'Beattic of Cranbrook was in  town between trains last Sunday.  l-ool: at Benle &  El well's  new   ad.  - '   i  Mrs. F. \V.' Frith returned yesti.rd.iy  morning from her vi^it to tho Territories.  Rout. Ilobson was up from Craubrook for a day or two this week.  Mrs. \VhUel'i.'u5 and son James, returned from a visit 'to England this  week. ,  The strongest Insurance companies  aro the ,'best. Insure with Beale .&  Elwell you insure with the best, ���  Chief Magistrate ii.rmslrong was  here on'his regular visit Thursday, but  there was not much business on the  docket.  I. R. Greenfield, postoffice inspector,  was in Moyie Thursday aud Fndey on  official bnsiees^.  Two fires iii one week, disasters  never come singly. Look out for the  third fire. Protect yourself by insuring with Beale & Elwell.  Cecil Prest was liere the first of the  week auditing the books in, G. H.  Minerie store.  G. T. McGregor, wife and children  left for the east yesterday. If Mr, Mc-"  Grflgor improved in health they will  return to Moyie in a few monttse.  The regular meeting of tha Moyie  Board of Trade waS held last etening  at the courthouse. "      ."���>'-���  Don't yoii feel uneasy at night when  you wake up and hear the fire alarm  and know your liome is riot insuredor  only partially insured. Ease your  mind at once by insuring' witn Beale  &' Elwell.  SURROUNDED BI HOT  GENERAL  MEWS  NOTES.  Michael Nugent Lost House,  Clothes and Money and  Sam Grant's House  Is Damaged.  v\)tl-, or corlicl   by   tlio   Crow.  Nist  Coal company or any, allied corpora-  Lion, and that this maximum price to  be clurged for coko be $3.i30 per ten  f. o. b. and the .rnnsiinum pi ice for  .1-<1 inch screened coal be $1.75 per  ton 1/ o. b. ,  Several other important  resolutions  were,dealt, with.     -,-",,,  .The  selection  of   Fefn'ie,  Ioi  next  meeting place, was unanimous.  To Exclude Cui-dese.  Ottawa, March "7.-���The report ol  the Royal*Commission to enduire into  Oriental Immigration," commonly  spoken of as the Chinese Comniission,  has been made public so far as that  part of it relating to Chinese is concerned It is one of, the inost complete pieces of \vor�� ever arranged by a  commission and it, is questionable  whether anything like it has oever before been compiled in Canada. The  case is admuably presented, and step  by step the only logical conclusion to  which' the evidence loads���no more  Celectials wanted���is' stated, with all  the irresistablo force of absolute cer-  tainty and conviction.  The report, is ,a voh/minous typewritten document of over ��00' jpftges  divided into 27 chapters and appendix.  Tho report affords prima lacie evidence  of the immense amount ol painstaking labor exercised by the commissioners in sifting and classifying tbe  enormous mr.ss cf material collected  by them.' Every particle of evidence  has been arranged .in its proper order,  duly woighed and.in arriving at their  oonoluaioiis the Commissioners have  be ou impelled solely* by the , sheer  foicc of overwhelming testimony.  CEANBROOK    ITEMS.  One disastrous lire, and unother*  which wa3 extinguished before any  great damage was done is the record  for Moyie this week, Tlve motive-for  "one was undoubtedly robboiT, but tin1  motive for the other is yet, and may  always be, a mystery. ' '  Sunday evening Michael Nugent's  two story residence in the south end  of town was totally destroyed ,by fire  and $370 in. cash which was in the  house at the time was either burned or  stolen.    The fire was discovered  about  <, i  7 :3U o'clock in the evening and the  whole town turned out in response to.  Lhe alarm,. A bucket line was formed  between the house and the lake, but  the fire had too great a start ana it was  seen that it would be useless to try to  save the building,, so .attention was  turned to the adjoining hous-. which  ia owned by SArauel Carlson, The  fire had a good -start on this liouse  also and it was after a lot oi good hard  work that tbis wad extinguished.  The cause of the lire is yet un���  kn'c'wn. Mr. -"STugeut was on night  shift at the mine and Mra. Nugent  was at church. Mrs. NugeaL claims  there'was no fire in the stove or no  light burning when she left the house.  Of the money lost $230' was iri gold,  A thorough search of tlie debris has  been made' but the missing coin could  not be found. Tliis leads Lo tlie belief that the house was first robbed  and then set on fire. The person who  did th'e work was evidently familiar  witli Lhe surroundings and had a  knowledge of the money beinej iri the  liouse and where it wis liept. Mr.  Nugent estimates his loss at. at least  $2,000, aud was insured for $-i00.   He  will rebuild at once,  - ,- ���.     . .    i .       -  The second fire occurred Wednesday  night ahout 12 o'clock at Sam Grant's  town    residence   on 'south     Victoria  street:,   The.fire was checked before it  gained* much headsvay   and   the   total  damage  done  will  not  exceed   $200,  which is   fully   insured.    Th1.   liouse  has   been    unoccupied     for _ several  months,  and   all    indications    point  towards it being deliborately set on fire,  but   for what pu'rpof'o   no  otic   eeems  able to explain.   .  *. *     - M.      ��� . * ��� '  , Government   Agent  Armstrong intends mjkii_g._an investigation.   '  The capacity of the new C. P. R.  shops at Montreal will be 120 locomo-  tiyes and'2,500 cars per annum.' '  According to the insurance report.*  the fire losses in Canada in 1901 exceeded the receipts considerably.'  - The C. P. B. will build 200 miles of.  new line in Manitoba and the, Territories the coming summer.  Guggenheim Bros., the big smelting  men, are credited with   a   scheme   to-  co'rral the silver output of Mexico' and  so shove up  the   price - of   the   white-  metal.  The Slocan Star mine near Sandon  has resumed operations and will soon,  commence to ship having -made a.  satisfactory contract, for' the entire-  output with the Paget Sound Reduction works, of Everett, Wash.  Tho Dominion   government  think.**'  too much money is being1 paid   tbe C. '  P. 11. for carrying the mail, -according'  to weight, eo they have-issued an order-  to have all mail  sacks  weighed.   The  innovation c'-tusess.much delay in .the*  'di.stiibul.iou.  Robert Fitz.immons has returned  from Chicago and at once began-  regular training at Bath beach near  New York for his fight with Jeffries,  Fitzsirnmont. luu engaged a pavillion  as training quarters?. ������ The large room,  has been fitted up as a gymnasium,  giving ample room for work. Gus  Ruhliu is acting as ids span ing,  partner in the training.  The   Standard   mine,r'   owned    by'  Messrs. Finch & CampbeU of Spokane*  ,and Eastern associates, has declared   a*  dividend of'$20,000.    The dividend was-  at the rate of 4 cents per share on  a  total capitalization of  500,000  shares,  The   Standard ��� mine   has 'paid     in*  dividends to date tho sum of $2,51!.,OGOV  Tho property ia located at Mace, Idaho/  abuut six miles northeast of Wallace,  The redoubtable Geo. White **"Ventj'  down to Gateway, Mont.;last Saturday",-  to pull off a  match   with   four ounce  mitts with Ed Cuff. , White  says-  her  like thc apostles of   old;  fought   the'  METAL MARKET.  New Yojik���Bir Hlver.  '">Jj  I.��*.ul. *4.:.'i.   Oopj-.-r. l*j5i-j..,.r.  LoxiXfN���Ljad, ��11, J "Is 0,1.  ���j.v-rr y-coTi-.UY fTCnH.  Askoi],.  B  i-i  beasts of ^Ephesus' dnd could -have  won iri a corhrrion walk; biit the gate'  money'did not go" tb, the winner, so he'  had to ky dovm to Cuff.' His bite out'  of the receipts was if35, and Expenses'  were $-15. Tlie difference is charged  to the profit and loss account, Verily  the lot of a lighter ,is a hard one.������  Ferme Free Press.  There is not a stray boom cither ol  cedar or fir for sale on thc coast today/  arid the orders at the mills arc piling  up in unprecedented numbers. The  scarcity of logs can be accounted for in  two ways,' the principal' one of which'  is that the mills have been  night and day to fill * orders  naturally the supply is far< less than  unprecedented demand at this.time ,G.  the year. Another reason for. .^be.  short  the  lately ha3 prevented, the  men   at  the  cat^ps from working.,  i     ...     .  ��� t    ,      .    '  Master Mechanic Emerson  of  Spo-  '      * l   l    i|i l( ;�� r*-  kane of the   Great  Northern  has  de-  * ��� -  >; j. mi*    **.    -       ...  vised _i..._noke stack for tbe locomotives  ��� ,       i      j      ���     I   .-! . i      - -   i     s ���      .��� -.  which run through the Cascade   tun-  neL-which Will  bb'viate  all   -danger  of  ..ii    ��� .      .-'. ���        ���   ,      ���  suffocatiop.    Tho   neT7  stack  has   an  *i .  . * ��� *.  elbov: in it and   nri . arm    runs   back  run nine:  and  -I. i7!  ���'. , , . ,     .    '.��� ��� :i ix  hortage may be found in the fact thai  he rainy weather which has prevai.ee;  *     . :       ..    .    ">       \\ i  iO.'X'.  ^  ���23  n  Crow's Nest Our.l    .  St. E'.i^one ...  North Star    Sullivan   - ���-     v .���>.--'.-���  '.���.���-'?  -    ,   *��Vi>rT. ou, '.i-j 1><>." c.'i.-, ,   ,(  Frank Guin,don i'.as jno*.*Gd trl"- .outfit to liis caln'n. a.ci'.o.-*.s t;.r( ;>U.'<?.ar.d has  within two febt ol the rear of the  ten-  dcr. , The smoke y.*ill   iri   this   .vay be  sent b'afck far enough so ns   n it   to in-  tefferc witli the engineer and fireman.  /t this experiment is a success  it   will  |bc put  in  operation   on   all    Ga*_c.ul'.  : -  '   i i  *'"2.00 j tunaul engines.    The Li.st engine  ....    sent   from    the    Hillvarc"   flious  wa?:  this  woe!  ISlliffl^orect Ja-^ans;*'  .:..-. ,.,.,,...-.J,..^r-.-iit...,-j/.'J.-.^ji;.vi.ir<!-'.. , .^��  kST-aAih-'A^MmwI^^    ���'< >     "v-  H1 '       ' ���"  M. B. BiUiiij?? of  Rmoltcr wHJ Ba Built.  ', ^     ���   . '       ���  Spokane, March 6.���E. D,  Sanders,  of the board of control of tho Sull"vau  company, tonight deuiod * the rumor  ��� that c_rpert.-jVIcK.eui.ie. .'had closed  !do.wn cohstrrictiori ,cf the smelter at  'Marysyille,,B. C.. on accariut of grave  lefects ln'the quality ��f the brick used. I Nest Coal company.  ' -   '   '"-y.  thl$��'^  A  j.. ,  Craubrook Herald:  lister Conrad and Sister Eertha left  for Montreal last Monday and will bu  (.bsent a month.  lhe   Herald   stuff, f taken oyer a pupplyr,: ^xAu prousratory  Duherty  e  .   ,   Aurora.g?a;p..,-,���,*.\ffHa?.voy pf  Fort  The Femie merchants have accepted  gtet)le i3|i^orC3lv-j .,-:.;. Uv,  Guiridon  the. inevitable and  nor/  say   they; arc j *   satisfied, with the new store .idea-, that,;  Miner*** Union "Sleet Officers.  Ai..   i>.   J^lUlllj',*-*   '���"       tuo.    ...k... >�������      �� ;     -j.    -       -       .  ���    *-      ;.    "������ ' _  evp.ects lo be able to leave the hospital - to commertc'rtf- w��y.^ o-r.   U-y   Dohert;  An .,' few dftvs." mineral ,cj,iir.-., , T^'.in}^   pdjoins     th  i.s to.be put into effect- by   the, Crow's  in this propsr.'.?.,..........V...,.���'���;....  'J -^-rrSi.7rAp^ipir..t-..rf.Yc'-^  ,, |n all, prGbabilitytiie  C.  P.  the;  K ��� will  make  s^.mp".. extensive   improveineiits  r  Air. Sanders, said: ���..'.'We, have  throvvn      Owing  fo :his: appointnrieu't  on. iu? , .,-,,.  -'���"���' civil service, A. Ij. McDermot   has re-|at Moyie during :the:; coiflmg, spring  signed .imposition   as  secretary-treao-.; and summer  tyer of the Cranbrook Liberal  associ.t  ticri,andW.F. Gurd   was  elected; to j on their grounds bad*  succeed him. !   *   arid pufcin a sidmg tojit.  ou,t a good, riaan'y br.iqk.on account of  softn.ests,' but,..that ia not au uncommou  thing with brick men. . Wo, are rushing the work, and expect,to get the  smelter running by June 1st,"  It is r the  intent.o'u  of!  tne company to |build   a ' freight  shed  of   the station,  Muyic Miners Union lield its regular  semi-annual elt-ctiop. l;\-*l Tue.--.day. and  the following officers were elected .  John Bh^-kburo,_President.  John O'ii.iurke, Vici'-Vresidciit.  P. T. Smyth, Financial Sfei:rF.lni*y.  Mark .3rookf\' .Recording   Secretary I  Mike Nupjent, Trolsdrer.  ���irr'ntrik fT'.*'lso'n-,:''Coriilu'('tor." ' ,  'Mike 0'Herne, Warden.      '..-',  i'he trdi.te.es aro A. J. ClnVholm.  John IJlarikburnj Carl Eakin, Miko  Nugent, Frank Nelson...  Finance commit,t(.e :Jfdm O'Kourkei  Mark Brooke arid Patrick Bonner.  -..'.Lots on Victoria s I roe t on uasy  merits'. V See !)'. J- Elmer.'  P  .��<���  ^AJ<   ,  r : Ll Ai  "-  iJ|*jr '  r"'      A\ *r,'  f ' -'AaAA  ft-  fci?��  ^sfssFtwrr? ������r^ttrrrr^"'^'ZT;;t ji^T]'/-. W^7A~Jffii,\\ -.TT-.J - v '^J^^f^m^^^^i  rt*��,_-,i_.'. -���-'���''���-���.* ���'.-.. -^���I*_' . - Mi.i. ���> ���*.������ /���������..���!.���?"������ '.J -'-iv*'' ': ��� -. . .-i- '..'    '' \ ���- '���>.-������'��� _ *lirA^^^h^.J^!^SSliil^^,'lifii  mjvf**!!-.w-ji-Atwwap: ���Mtt.Kr^Qaftmxitingratefft)*? oTj  iy^i^^SS^ElSf jBEESu.-  *���       n'  -  *  ,1  "���''  V  J     f   - ;   .    *  /  it*       I  i  V;'v  if-1 .  i '    ��� -  i >���  i 3'  ." i"!  1 .l >    I   f'-l    ���-  '.  ' :?  1       ���      .   **v  V .  11  .1*1'  C^^S^S^aSSSieSassgSBOiSSSBassi  THB-Wifi LfiADBB  ^tvu.m^^^^^iy-^ ,V|   a ___JLi__Mi^tu<a^1^.J^^ g-w^Jatuifeffleaaea  LfiAJ     '       " ~~~  tMBaaBgaBBagaagigggMjeiSg^^ ' *s*  SOTJCJt.  Take lioifce tliat ] hayt- r.i>i>_j._'-I Xo the chief  coiniiii-i-siuaier  oJT  Uu-ifi ��.n-i *.rurks,  Victoria,  J3. C, for _. fepjeeia. licence to cut ami carry away  P-iblisberj in thsJtcterest of the people! tiraber oji'the fonoirtEg'-joccribcc. v^autCrown  .lauds 13 the sou'tliera dij'ifioi. of the EcuctUoote-  ���- nay  district, JB.. C.   Commeiicing" at' a' posr  .of A��oyje.-and East Kootenay.  _.�� , JT. 8\f����U& CO..  sfT.: .1���v -.-.������- ,.*   *       ,.   ^^tJoLxxxa^  ,o  Astiiinalene Brings Instant Belief ami Permanent Cure in all Cases.  '-W-fc  '*!*aj  - - ^    __    EiTHS OP S0ESCEIPXIOI?  Cae Year....^.**..'...-..,....���.-.,'...*.....���-"..  tt r-  SATUKDAY, MARCH S. 1902.  marked Vic Desaulnier planted on   the  emt  side of Irishman creek on tlie north side oi the  Publisher.;.-.} railroad track, rnnhiisgr.^o ehaips   west: thence  Jfol.ovyiii��. the creet ICO chain., south;' tins-ice -.0  chains cast; tbe-.__e_lC0 chairs north, to place of  connaenciiient, containine CIO acres   jaore or  lass.'.      -\ '���'             '.,",-���;"       "    ,'.  Dstod Jan. 1, 1902.      VICTOE DESAULNIER.  4���39,      . - ' ���.- *      .      ���   SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT C/P POSTAL,  "WEITE yOUB.* 7SAHE AED ADDHESS PLAIN!/.  NOTICE.    ���      '  ,.--���-. I    Take n��iice tliat I have applied to tha Chief  It WOUld Sdem that   there   is   a   fir.    con_.n.ssioi--er'o��- lands  and   works,: Victoria; I  bug in OUr midst, bpt the trouble is to    B* C'' for a special  license to  cut   aud   carry  0  nh       7 ��� -   away timber ou the following described .ynca.ii.  uapiurti Ji.... . ~l Crown lands'in the southern  division  of the  East Kootenav district. B. C. Co'jnmericBJip at  a pogt planted about one miie and ono half oil.  the east'sidc of lo'ohty along north side-bf the  British Columbia Southern railway trapk on.  .vhich poaaiis raarkeii L.-Cahiil, run ni riff east  IGO chains; thence south 40 chainsrihenue 7-wast.  160 chains j thence uorth_-40 chains to-place of  eomnrcpeemen., containinsG40 acres,-more, or  1(JSS'      ' .*���'.-'   .-; ' iJ. CAIIILL. '   '  Dated Jan. 2,190.., .        ��� ��� "3=3D.~  There is nothing 'like .Asthmalene.  It brings instant  relief,  even"*in   the  It cures  when all elsj  rSuy Your Drags at  m*   . If Pierpont Morgan and the >rest  of  them   like  Prince" Henry    Vtisy v.i ]J  probably offer hrm the thronelof-*- the  jCoitecJ States.���Toronto "Star.  , It has  long   been   known  that  thei  twordaily newspapers in  JJelson   were  , not  self  sustaining;   therefore    little  .. surprise was evidenced when, pac went.  s. up the flume. ' '' '   *   ,  -,  NOTICE.... .-.      -  Take notice that i have applied ,to the*chief  coinmlssionpr'of lands and x."o'rk_.-, Victoria/  B. C, for a ,peeia" itceuse to out and carry away  timber on tlie" followine- described vacant  Cnnyn lands in the r,oi.l..erii division of the-  This is a world  of   careless change.  You-can tell our uiiriinu laws ��� now,  "but in 60 day's they-"'may 'not be  ."recognizable.    Our legislature   is  now  in   ��.ee8Jon.   'Tje't    us  * pray.���Ih;nv-'.  Ledge. ���'-'    . '���'      ���'    ;' * '  s In view of the fact' that it requires  a good scrapper to hold his "own "iii the  Provincial   legislature    at ' Victoriii,-  wouldn't ifc t.e a good ideat to send Ed  -"Cuff instead^of Ed Srnith  do\yn  tbere  'pext time.  Otie cannot. help ��� bui- aympatliizp  with John ' Houston of the Nelson  Tribune. Houston ie the ��� pioneer  journalist of the  Kootenays and   ran"  -the brightest daily newspaper published in British Columbia. When the  Tribune suspended publication Nelson's loss was as great as that of  John  "Houston.  East Kooterfay disfricr, B;'*B.- .Commencing at ��;  post, on. the  wait ?i<je of Gnlbraith's '>auch.*  block 5-i;58, on liortb side of railroad track, which'  which post iiii.ar-.eu Edward Dasauliiier, run'  m'ng-1G0 chains v,-estt tljenco .0 eh-iins fouth;  tlicnce'lfiOehaiiis es-t/flfjcnce  -10 chains'north  io   place  of -eoinmeiieejTienl,   coutalninff   C-tO  acres, inore'or less':    EDWARD UESA tTriKTER.  Dated Jiui.' 6,1902. " .}��� 39-  worst cases.  fails. "'   '        *"      '"* "'       --..*���  TJieRw. C.  F." WELLS, ,oi   Villa  Rid'ge/lll., eaysV "Youf"triar_jo��tle,of  Asthmalehe'received "in   good  condition."   I cannot tell ydw how thankful  I fee] for th'e good derived trorii' it. * 1  was' a-glave;.chained with putrid   sores  throat andJAsthma' for   ten* years.*   I  despaired of ever bejng cured.    I  saw  your advertisement for the cure of this  dreadful and  t,ormentirig" disease, 'Asthma, and thought you had oversppken  yourselves,'but resolved   to   give  it'a  *   i ��   .  trial.   To my astonishment, the   trial ,  acted likela charm.    Send  nie  a  full-  size bottle."  NOTICE.  1 Tnlveuotice that I have applied to the Chief  commifF.sJon'er of lands  and "works,   Victoria,  B. C��� fora special license to cut aud carry away  timber on^thc folio uring described vacant Crown  lands }n tho  couthera division  of thG  East  Kootenay district,  B.  C,   Commencing   at  a  post marked O. Desaulnier planted'about one  and one half miles east of,To-city ou ihe north  side of the Canadian Pacific railway.   Running  *.**estl60 chains; thence south 40 chains;  thence  east 160 chains: thence north 40 chains back to  nlace of commencement, containing C-10,acres,  more or less. 0. DESAULN'IER.    "  Dated Jan. 2, 1902. '      4���39:  jEtcy, Dr. Morris V/echsler,  Rabbi "of the'Cong.    Bnaiismol.  New York,*jsm. 3,1901. '  I)k . Taft Bnos'. Medicine Co.,**   ', ,  GenUemen: .Your Asthmalene is an  excellent remedy for Asthma'and Hay  Fover, and liis composition alleviates  ftll troqbJss whiph combine with As-  thnra.'*"Rs success is astonishing arid  wonderful.   ,   -        ���"  "   "' r '  1"  After having it carefully  analyzed,   y/e'eau   state   that  Asthmalene con;  taiqe'po.opjum, morphine, chloroform or'eiher.   Very truly j-durs,   '  , ;"';���      " ,'JjaiSV. DH.MOQBIS'WECHSLBR.  , *��l*f��f-0 ����� W1J, i  "   Avo.v;gJ5��ifj?a, K. Y��� Feb. 1', 1901  ���Clt';.  Call early and get a better choice    Do not cyorlo-.k t!i. j  ' we carry Hiiir "Brus'liea,   Cloth   Brushes,  lUiHhu'y h.ur'b  made with genuine bristles 'andj..ith ebony, wood, .,.��� jv, '^  m  am  affisfS  ', A. STEpHBNSEN. Proprietor.  Mincrc^lieadqu'irter-'.   . Gooi] 'acoom��_io��l:iliona   for .fiuveVr**.  .    'liquor.* md cTgajo kept jn ctocl'_  &&&  Ilia  ake Shore Addition  MOYIE,*  j I ah'  SSi  JfJEDEJiSTA/JT, JtimTEJiElt.ii CO.  'orti.  ' ;na.  duality not o^delled in'the obiuatry, Try ihi  , '  . be eoiiviiced.  isthiJl  sna-F^^"  ditlon  ca__j3pt_tr,  .np*.i%P}_|i  , The richest man in all the world  today is an American miner, says' the  Black Hill  Mining  Review.    He   has  'made every dollar he  is  worth   work-  .1 -  ing mines.    He is not yet   much * past  "the prime of life, and  he   jyas plected  to the United States senate from Montana only ,a   few   months   ago.    His  name is William A; Clark.    He   went  , to the Rocky Mountains abuut  thirty-  five years ago,   with  no other  capital  -.than good health  and   a   pretty   fair  education, and today he is the  richest  man in the  world-^-haa   more   wealth  , than any other individual  in  ail   the  world has ever possessed���has so much  wealth that the llothchilds,   the  Van-  derbilts, aud   the " Carnegies are poor  men compared  with   him.    He made  his great' wealth  in  Montana,  but it  is the United Verde mine in  Arizona  .that   constitutes   the    bulk    of'    hia  .fortune.* It is claimed t0 represeufc a  calculable gross value today exceeding  five billions.  Kotxce to Delonque>it Co-Owner.  To Otto P. Johnson, nr��� to any person or  persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests in the May Flower mineral claim,  situate about five,miles north of Fort Steele in  the Fort Steele .Mining Division of ,the district  of Fast Kooteuay, B. C��� and n corded in,the  recorder's office of the Fort Steele Mining  Division. "  Tou, and eacli of you, are hereby notified that  I hare expended one.hundred and ten dollars in  labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under the r>rovisions of the  mineral act and if within ninety daj s from thc  date of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together "With all costs of advertising, your in-  terdsts in said claim 'will become the property  of the sub subscriber uuder section i of an act  entitled ','an act to amend thc Mineral Act  1000." "WM. GALLUP.  Duted at Moyie, B. C, this 8th day of Jan. 1902.  ���1���39���3m.       ' ,   ���  0. F:' DB3AULNIEB  DjSALER I  Regarding Crow's .Seat Coal*.  ���It will be remembered  that  at   the  .time J.  J.   HilJ   and    the   American  4  Kailroad Trust were endeavoring to  .obtain charters into the Crow's Nest  rcoal fields, that  a  number  of  people  best posted on the mining and smelt-  , ing industries in Canada,  urged   upon  the  government, of Canada    and    of  British Columbia, lo put in some   protecting clause wbieh  would   not  only  fix the price of   coal   and   coke,   but  would absolutely compel J. J.  Hill  to  fill tlieir orders first and in   preference  ,to those south   of  the  line.    Through  the effort"?of a number of  politicians  and lobbyists,   tbe  people  of  British  Columbia were led to believe that this  was nothing more than a railway fight  and that the prominent smelting   and  mining people in   the   country   were  pnly bluffing and helping the C. V.   R.  to preyent   railway   competition.    It  was predicted by  certain   people that,  not only would the Crow's Nest  Coal  Co. or J. J. Hill control   the   price ,of  coal and coke; but he would also   put  Butte and other ores first,   and   would  likewise give them the good   coal   and  coke,   while British   Columbia   mines  and smelters would have to be satisfied  with the.refuse.    All those predictions  are comiijg out only too truly and one  has simply to watch the   cars  of   coal  and coke leaving  Femie,   to   discover  ilia! all of the best material is going to  Great Fulls,   Butte .and  other  United  Blales smelting centres while   the  dirt  and slack   coal   are   being    unloaded  upon tho British Columbia   consumer.  "���Trail Now...  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueens' Ave.    .MOYIE  GET YOUR  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of mouldings in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,  Photographer,  Cr.inbrool..    iWoylo,     Port Steele.  Will Visit Moyie on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.  50  YEARS' -  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone flendlnp; a Bkctch and ilrscrlpllon vany  quickly iiscerti-li- our opinion free whether an  invention is probably piUcntii'-le. Communication!- strictly confidential. Ilnndhnokon. Patents  aent free. Oldest iiKen'-y for Hecuniipf patents.  Patents taken tliroutrh jMiinii .t Co. rccetvC  speclal notice, without clinrKO, in tlio  Scientific: Jfmerica  /.h'-nd-ioinf'Iy l'i)u<M r.-iird w.'.-uly. J.nrt'oiit oil--  rulu'loil nf liny (.fenlllW: Inuruiil. Tr-rms, ?3 a  -, r*ri-    fniii- :iir. i-I' i,4l.   K*y u |,v��H ni.-,v j(l"iilcrs.  j f* : i v' i i  Dr. TAvt Bros. Msdiowb Co.  , -Gentlemen : I write tli is .testimonial from a senae'of. duty, having tested  the wonderful effect of, your Asthmalene, for the eyre of asthma. ' My wife  'has been afflicted with spasmodic asthnja for. the past .12 years. Having exhausted my own skill as well^as many others, I chanced'to see your sign  upon your wihdows'on 130tb street.' New York, I at onceobtalned'a bottle of  Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking-nit about the first of November'. "I  very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her'asthm'a  has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. IJeel that I "can  consistently recomnieud the medicine to all v/ho are" '.i(llicted with thi3 distressing disease.    Yours respectfully; ,       O. D. PHELPS, M. D.  o A ' ���   o  - - . ,,  Dit. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. ��� V ���       Feb.^o, 1901.  "-  Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years.' I have, tried  numerousjemedies, but they have all failed. I ran across vour advertisement  and started with a* trial bottle. I found relief at once. .1 , have'since'pin-  chased your full sized bottle) and I am ever grateful.    I   have family   of  iour  children, aud for six years was uuuble' to work.    Iain    now, in.  the .best  Of. r_,  ilf���WJ,., ,  ._        _        _..   _        _. _  health and am doing business every day. * This-testimony you can'mnke such   n "'"'.'"''  .    ,  use of as you see fit.    Home addres, 235 Riviugton street:    8. RAPHAJ'.r.,-       -" 9^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^&^^^fe^^&^&^.  ,' . , '    v      07 .East 129th st., New York City.   '    '  TRIAL BOTTLE SENT  ABSOLUTELY IFREE   ON [RECEI PT  'OF POSTAL.  .    Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT^BROS,' MEDICINE  CO., 79;;E.ast 130th St.. N. Y. City * , .  SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.  (i> . ' ,   o ���   '  I "        ���    JOHJvSWJV'   BJR0S.  I _~!    ' '"   ' ' ��� . '    ��� B*s��!  % Thirf Hotel Is New and well Furnished, ifsgfya  �� c     Tables are Supplied with the BestltKmH  * , Market affords/ The Bar is Filled wi^^1  t the .Best Brands of Liquors and CigfroS  ZT-OTTIK,  Harvey    &   McCarter, g  "FORT STEELE,B.C  Harvey, McCarter & Alexander,  FERNIE, B. C '  HEADQPARTERS  FOR COMMKRCIAL  -     ��  AND MINING MSM'* 'V H*f  nriiTisn,coi.r,r|s  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. F  GURD,  BABRISTKlt, SOr.ICITOR, ETC  CRANBROOK,  Mining Stock  66  LEWIS THOMSON.  Notary Pubuo, Accountant, Commission and  iNSUKAx-ICE Agknt.  Moyie,  B, C.   JU.^^-v^ScwYorlf ^ortSteele,  E. A. ELTON,  Commission   and   Insurance  Agent.  NEW YORK JJFE,  LONDON AND LANCASHIRE.  ri-ICBNTX: OF BROOKLYN  Insurance Co.'s  NELSON,  li. C  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphons.  *     200.212  F5R8T AVE.  N.  IMlliNEAPOLIS,;'     -       MINNESOTA.  write:   for- price;   oirculahs.  <mmj.. jum-jj.. '^ljjg5S5t-n_S3S��a^gra3��siJ.-i-i^'a.--4'ran��us^^  Din'I Rubiit'ineck Your Nei��hboi*'t* J^ijior.    .Siili.-'''i"  t2H3  Cfe{l"B^��  ��X5  T?  .. daily^;,.*"*;^  .olsoni Lab d  ���'^dlato'Doin  ortagola'-?r'i  ;..Molson-a_i  : aU coasts  ortago la Fx  ,.' termodiafa  :'-SaadayV.  ladstone,Ne  s' .-IntQrmeKiiu  -*? Sunday.v'.i  hoaMja'taj;^  s"��. - into jpoinii.  ^  TuoafThu  ^apid CityvH  ��� day,'Thur.  T p Moai.;Wed  .ordou.-Doloi  ���IjomtadaiJ  apniJ-ai-AlaS  pomtsiddi  Br-tndoa-j  _ Tao4?.Tfati  lonboro,' Sot  . points,' dai  iposfcono.Udi  raodiatoV  Fri. viwax  ,   Tuog.'.TJmi  robyshiro,.*!]  van.Tnos.,.  on ..:.���.".',.  ,   Tuoa-. Tb.ti  rotna. Sfc, Pn  ("est SoIkirk.V  tone wall. Tot  .morson, lion  '. W JLEONA3  '   ,J      ' *- *���  !  a  I. ��";  i        "   \ Ay  M    - "> ���*V  i i  A!'A  $h\Ai}'  RffiR3S*ffi^S^?fll_^^_^^���s*^^ '-���*���-_  IMOYIE LEADER.  L^/f&li  m:���  m.  MOYIJ3,  C.  Ite'inrlee.  tuic-ti.   Store  re these things?" asked  the  ird en  l!��--f;clm|  ���Ilr br^Sil  ivory...  sers," said the sbop-  Vant  anything  tbat   tvlil  icUboard.   I want a chalk  er."  rbat I   meant.   These  are  i'eniscrs.  Anything else?"  but some lead pencils."  Mi't any  l*,ad pencils.    We  woi'den    cylinders,   with  tiie inside of them.    Will  If You Could Look  into the future and" see the  condition to which your  cough- if neglected, wilt  bring you, you would seek  relief at once���and that  naturally v/ ould fce through.  A STORV Of Ll  NOO1 f*'  Tbe l.etfr  Has  r.onajat C,  <_iv_] vju* -.v;-  *i.dtvia   M.  scci t-tarv.    r  . /.  ,r;i;  111  6-ffi.S  or.  iK-jI  Sin. I.i ii ju'   Him-l's.  ���tlie comlJii'tants discharged  without effect, whereupon  seconds interfered and pro*  tue duelists should, shake  jc oilier second objected as  inds." na in* he, "have been  half tiour."  &p*$  )YIE ��89  ' a ifUi*and  foes.  Wava^  mstki  Jttea.^  *���"$��$  *�����M  ta-frfi','  dition  issy��  esse p���._,  .np*.i%8Si  li.is .'i population'of about  iTJn-ee-fpiirtlis .'ire.Christian;,  jrtli Turks.  -Vearly'half arc  in ancestry.  jss Cannot Be Curcu r  icatlou *, (is thoy cannot roach tho  on of tho car.    Then, is only one  'ei.-uo-s, m-d tl/atw by-con-tim.  -.os.    1'onfucvt ii cau/ed by mi in-  Tion; or tl.o niucoiw luunp.' fU.o  ube.   When l.ii.-i tube gets li-flam-  a rumbling sound or mjperfect  -ivlion ic is entirely do-ed deafness  anil -inlo-s tho inflammation cm  aud this tube restored to its nor-  n, hearing will bo dc<*t roved for  as-.es out ��t ten are can. e-.*  by ca-  is iiolliins I nt u-a infiumc-a con-  .TtlUCOU'l fiurfiu-'T.    ' ^  ,-o Ono 'Jlundr.-d Dollars for any  e.-;s (caused by catarrh) that can-  y Hull's Oa.arrh Core.   Scud for  .7. CnEXEV &CO, Toledo, O  gglst., 75c.  ly -.til., are *.U b��st. ,  n want tb  do  better,  but  eklom able to decide where'  SHIL-OH cures Consumption, Bronthitis, 'Asthma,'  and all Lung Troubles.  Cutcs Coughs and Colds  in a day. , 25 cents.  Guaranteed.    ��    ���   ,   ,   '  Write to S. C. Wfxls & Co., Toronto,  Can., for free trial bottle.'   *  Karl's Cioyer Root Tea purifies the 3Iood  Men oi virtue, though of different  interests,, ought to consider themselves us more, nearly united with  one 'another, tluu. with the vicious  part'of mankind, who embark with  lj.ejn in the same evil concerns. Ui  short, we, should esteem, virtue  though in a foe, and abhor vice  though in a friend.  Monkey Brand Soap Is a cleaner and polisher  combined, but won't wash clothe-..  ��� V.'/ss Sfo)e,/i und tiie  Vi !���<>   Klolt*  It.  ;|'" (Inring must of the  " j'cr-onal assistant oi  '.I'ju,   the  famous   w.-ir  T__ Jnu ^'y  Lincoln sent for  -Ja, :k.  to  eon,e Vj lhe  Wh3te Hou^  All AA'    said L&- "^ere is a letter J  ^ld like to have you look at"  Jayne p^-keii up the letter nnd found  ��� was from O.ioral Dix. It couveved  TJJ? '"'o. .nation that several Feder-il  prisoners had escaped from Libbv prison with the aid of Alible" Green."a wo-  niair famous during the war. The letter Also said thai, as, the fuel of \b-  bies assistance was well known, she'  had-been obliged to flee from Richmond and even then was on hei- way  lo Washington on the'flag of truce  beat.  "Now, my boy," said the president  "I don't know -what I should say to  any rascal who would steal that letter  and have a hill'passed through congress to grant $10,000 to the relief of  Abbie Green." Mr.".7ayne "stele the  letter," and the next day both branches  of congress passed the bill to grant  $10,000 to Abbie Green. The following  morning "Honest, Abe" sent for Jayne  again.  "I told you I didn't know what I  should say," he said, with a twinkle in  his eye. "to the rascal who would steal  that letter and have congress act ou it.  Now, I've made up my mind what to  say.    You  go  down  to  No.   street, get AbbierGreen, take her down  to Chase at the treasury, and don't you  let .her so until she get-* 'hat money."   ���  m  'AM  AJlXfJtlOJi .MAN IS THANKFUL  THAT NOW HE IS ABLE  , TO  WORK.  Oi  liniment" Cures Distemper.  an with a good umbrella  > appreciate the silver 1 In���  ,e dark clouds.  It's a -waste of time to repeat hair-  raising stories to a bald-headed man.  CAUSED    BY    AN    IMPURE     CONDITION OF  THE BLOOD.  Liniments and  Other Old Fashioned  iiemedies     Will     Not '   Cure���Tbe  Kheumatic   Taint   .Must   Be   l.e-  . moved From the Blocd.  ^d'   J>��tagfn,-Last'.winter  BeSt .feq&jMpfH from     the use  led vnaaf^ "   ClgiLVqS  tf*-��l  received  of MIN-  &$*  [AL  Itichards & Co  1  use  'JMENT in* a severe attack  e,   aVrd,  I  have frctpient'ly  to    be    very   effective   in  flaiianation.     '.  * Yours,  AV.  A.   HUTCHINSON.,  3H.coi.r-rt-  ATED  1��  led 'obstacles ,, not only  'hearten us in our future  for virtue must..be learnt,  .fortunately, sonic of tbe  as if by inspiration.  !O0TE  TO  |ALL POINTS  VESTIBULE TRAINS  |"-dining,and sleeping  cars  fey  -M��_I_T  :oj  t"i<?*&vl  ery   Tb^  24   Yensm  Make m  ���so. connection for Chicago  nd   all   points   in      'Vouchee, Maritime Provinces'  a and Western States  nd   Pacific  Coast.  e Yotirst&it  I'i��;.jfM  .^ftSlB1'    ->"''onnatiou   apply ,to  Hy\C-ui'<idfan Northern Agent  *.inalpoi"C|&yricket,, Telegraph and'FroiKht  ^_#V4?l:.?4��Mf3t.     GEO. H. SHAW  :el*'89iiS  aflic Jlauagor'  g|PACIFIC RAILWAY  JflME TABLB  s.  anlfc toq&ttaMA O-.vcn Sound, Tor-  $'5at��fSP%%sfc via Lakes, LIou-  f: ���m^jEteafifey,nilcl Saturday   h Taod��Frt,V;and aim *   ���ontreaUjirOronto. Now York and  ^BMfcpKtaMl'iatl, daily   ??,* 9rto^attdintorincdiato points  .* fio^i^^i*..   .Oisonyliaq'd-a'JJonnotand Intorrno-  ���'^dlato'Doint-iJ.-Thiirs. only ....  prtago la' -?r'aJrte.l3randon,Cnlg.. rv,  ...Nelson-aad^fitll Kootcnay and  : aU coastijdiiies.diiily.. .  ortago la Praifloj llrantlon and ii>".  ,;termodaatd, p6mts daily osccpt  ��� -tiaaday'V...... W. '....     .  ladston'e, Noeimw^, Jlhnicu.isa a nd  s^intQrmevcl_atel;poiiit3, daily oxcoi.i,  -'? feundayx^r;:^:   -noabDaft^-XprMon and intcrmed-  '*������' ��>'<> m*S��>i Moa.. Wed., aud Fri.  **    . ?9f:V?l��ws ���"*��� and Sa l   -^apld O^Honilotn, Miniota;Tuos-  day,'Tlmr.lnid Sat   ��� r Moa.. Wod;:aadFii   .ordou, Doloratao aiul intoiiuoduito  o J^l^i^y^?0^ Sunday......  5?3   XttUlla^a!Rod.fcl tt,ltl iJUormcdiato  e^Ste01^Suuday via  Tao4?Tfai1r./diid flat. '.'.'."'A'"''  lonboro, Sot)i'is,'ancl lntormcd'iato  . points, daily,t.sCBpl Sunday .  iposfcono. Eosto.-.'FArcol.i and Int'er  �����iSS^^%��S���is'  van.Tno3.,l^urs.,S.it., via brand  Taos!-* TbiirV.'SatV, V:'a Brandon''  ITest faolkirk, Mon., Wed. and i?ri  Tucs..Tfrar.i. andSit. ,  tonewftll, Toujpn, V\u.., Thur. Sat  . W JLEONAIiD^ "tTTr"1^^  "    U0*". 8upt  LV  AI..  10.00  10.10  10.00  10,13  8.00.  IS.00  7.80  18.30  iG.SO  '. so  7.80  7.30  T.S0  S.20  7.30  0.05  7.30  r.cfo  1*1.10  1-..80  '/.no  I4.te  22.SC  22.3C  22.3C-  22,80  :r- .lr.  .f. ''���;  22.SC  ty.lo  Tho lingering   tortures   of rheumatism are too well known to need, description, but it is not so well known  that medical  science  now  recognizes  that".' .the   primary  cause of rheumatism is impure or impoverished bluod.  The result is" that hundreds of j.;..refers    apply external,   remedies,  which'  cannot possibly cure the trouble. The  .only thing'that will really cure i heu-  mutism is an internal medicine thai  will enrich the blood and free it from  rheumatid'faint.    'The surest, quickest and, most effective way Jo do this  is   f-.c  take   Dr.   Williams'   Pink'Pills,.  which   are proved to have cured thousands of eases  of rheumatism,  many  of them after nil other medicines had  failed.   The case of Ur. Philip-"Ferris,  one of the pioneers of-South Essex,  Out.,  i.s  proof of this. Although  51 r.   Fen,;js  is 76 yeans  of age    he  is  as smart as "many men' of 50. But lie  haw  not  always  enjoyed  such     good  health.    Mr,.   Ferris   has    the  following to say about his illness and cure:  "For fifteen years  I suffered greatly  from rheumatism.    At times I would  have severe pains in .the knees, -while  at others the,;pain  would spread    to  my hips aiid .'shoulders.'  I  tried several remedies which we're of no avail  uu'til 1 ' began, 'using    Ur. Williams'  Pink Pills.  1   took eight or ten boxes  and     they       completely     cured     lhe  trouble and I am now-as smart   as  many,men much younger,   1   have a  great deal."of faith  in  the pills  for,,3  know of otlie'i- cases where they liave  been   equally   a.s     successful     as     in  mine."  Ur. Williams' Pink Pills "make now,  rich, red blood Und strengthen the  nerves with c've.ry dose, 'it is in this  way that they cu/e such troubles as  rheumatism, .sciatica, -neuralgia, kidney and liver troubles, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance und erysipelas.  Through their action on ,the hlood.  they restore tho color to pale and  sallow cheeks and cure the ailments  tha.t make , the /lives of so many  women miserable. The genuine always  h-.sve the full name "Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills for Pale People" on every  box*. Sold by all dealers or sent post  paid at fiO cents a box or six boxes  for SUJiO by .addressing the Br.. Williams Medicine  Co.,   Brockv/flo,   Out.  Cioellj- .o Lobsters.  It is singular how tho cruel practice  of boiling lobsters alive continues. Our  forefathers ���and Indeed our parents  ���let calves bleed slowly, to death, on  the theory that in no other, way could  white meat be secured, and later on  'calves were bled'one day and killed the  next. Now, every one knows that a  calf can.be killed in a humane' manner  and the veal made just as good', and,  generally speaking, animals killed for  food have been put "butcof the way in  a much more humane manner than formerly. But lobsters are still tortured  out of existence, the only 'difference being thafc, while formerly they were exclusively boiled to death, now some are  boiled and some are broiled. Which  process causes the most agony no one  can say.���Exchange.  Monotonous  Tones.i  If voices were cultivated toward e^  pression in speaking as well as in singing, the variety, of tone would be very  agreeable to the listener.   Many people  find the monotonous tone used in everyday   conversation    very   irritating  and would hail with delight any method which would tend toward.breaking  this tiresome sameness.    Even beauty*  of tone does not save this monotony,  . from condemnation. "It is like striking  one key of a musical instrument over  and over again.    The teaching of elo  cution should  be of aid" in this" diree  tion or the practice of reading aloud,  striving to give proper expression  to  each sentence.  ir.--_r.iilc.  Cholly���I'm su.il. I'd like to marry you  if' I fi-lt quite. p-iw-Mtive of your social  standiisg.  Miss Mermaid���Why. you stupid, can't  you see,I'm iu the swim7  if-'��  Found Himself, Unable to  Lie  Down Without the  Greatest Pain  Cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Arnpiior, (Jnt., tfeb. 8.-(Special )-  a a cry remarkable cure of Backache  und Kidney Trouble has fust been  ���nought to notice at Basin Uepot,  ������'"���tr  here. <   ���  Wr.^J. H. Ma-.-tin suffered for u\*t-r  ���������j.hteen years with Lame Back so  1-i.it he/actually couldn't walk or  -li'.' down without enduring the most  dic-adml pain. Me tried many medi-  em-*s without getting relief, and was  vo-y   much   discouraged.  Dodd's Kidney Pills were recom-  t'lf'ickd to him and he comment:, d ;,  treatment, ami improved' very f..st  from the first." As the l reAtm.-nt  continued tbe improvement increased  until Jie was able to go about bis  work as well as ever..  c V  The theory so often advanced that  tlie kidneys arc Uie most, important  organs.of the body and that a large  p.-rt-ent'age of tho sickness ai^J pain  which humanity .-sufiers, is due to  imperfect kidney action seems 1 o be  amply proven in this particular case,  for ns soon a.s Dodd's 'Kidney Pills  regulated aiid restored the natural  action of the kidneys all , Mr. Martin's   troubles  left him  at once.  Many remarkable 'cures , by Dodd's  Kidney Pills have, bc'i.ri' published,  but certainly none as wonderful as  that of Mr.  Martin.  JI<*' has 'written a long letter giving the facts of his case, and his mi-  l'Oiinci ment* , that he wns -ihie to  work comfortably one-.' moie after  such a prolonged ,period of suffering,  has started people wondering if'there,  is any case of Lame Back, Rheumatism or other Kidney Trouble that  Dodd's Kidney Pills will "not cure.  When a man tells a woman that he  loves, her the chances are that lie has  an axe to grind and wants her to  turn   the grindstone,  - j-  Yery-.ffiany persons die aannary from c'uoler,-  Etad __iud_*e:l summer conDp.aiat**, who- mi-gb  have been saved if prop.'r remedies had l.eo.  usod. It attacked, do not celr.y in get-tin;* ;  bottle of Dr. J. D. KelloR-j s Dytente-.-y CortUr.l  lhe medicine that never .ail1- to efl'eet a cw.t  '% ho=e .who h-vo v=r-\ .t Fay it ac s j romptlv  and thoroughly subdues the pain-and disei': o.'  I a#%&%,��i   Is^^a ,  again on cm- eld sub.eet of price.  We do noz ask you'to r,?y cash for  pianos or organs. Wo h,lvo several  methods of payment to make it easy  for you to ov.'n one of the cei&brateo.  WILLIAMS' PIANOS���tone, action,  and finish the best. We have several  kinds of organs We usuably have  seme bargains in slightly used instruments.  Forrester & Hatcher,  Y. M. C. A. BLOCK, WINNIPEG  AriCrisr'  <9'}es9$e&'ii9S��ees9.��.')..e-9.e9*99t..��e��ii����'.''')t**  a *'  For Sale Everywhere ���  Wrinkles  those who  the lines.  tell  the story  of  are able to read  age   -to  between.  Minard's Llniient Cures Garget in Cows.  Ah   ignorant  critic.     . ,  man   is  a     merciless  rf   some    men went ,as', far as  they  pay .they wouldn't get far.       -c  It  is  an   easy 'matter  'for  a police  justice to get a fine reputation.  It takes a woman's dearest friend  to tell her th'e things she,doesn't  want to hear.  The  secret 'of success  of* purpose.--Bisraeli.  is  coi'istancv  KBSTLESS UTTLE  ONES.  Kvery heart has its,- secret, which  the world knows not: and ofttiines  wc call a man cold when he i.s only  sad.���Longfellow.  Minard's Liniment Cures DiMcila,  Thomas Hood, the prince, of pun-  stnrs, on being shown a portrait of  himself that but faintly resembled  him, declared that the artist had  perpetrated  a  false-Hood.  The greatest pleasure of life is love;  tho greatest treasure, contentment ;  tho greatest, possession health ; the  greatest ease, sleep ; and the best  medicine, a true friend.  U.SC  13.&  10.0C  IS,��(  I7.K  Something;.  The Millionaire���After all, my money  hasn't.brotight us happiness..-', v:  His Wife���Bti't it. has made us objects of envy.���Life. V-V'v,  Mel'iM.USON.  U'ni. Pans. .Ir:  Cmulies.  Such candies lis-peanut'.brittle are far  less injurious than fancy mixtures, as  they are made by simply melting sugar  nnd are without., acids. Acid In the  presence of heat splits ordinary sugar  into, two forms, dextrose and levuiose.  These nre both deadly sweets and much  more prone to fermentation, than real  sugar. This is tlie reason why so many  housewives cannot make good cranberry or other jelly.  Peevishness and  Sleeplessness a Rme  Sign That Baby _ is   Unwell.  When babies are restless, cross, or  peevish, it is the i-Jurest possible sign  of illness. Well babies sleep soundly  and are cheerful and playful when  awake. When bnby is cross too  many mothers give so-called "soothing" medicines, which contain opiates that deaden but do' not remove  the trouble. What is wanted i.s a  medicine that will go right to the  root of the trouble and make baby  sleep well, eat well and be cheerful  in a natural way. Such a medicine  is Baby's Own Tablets, which are  sold under an absolute guarantee  that they contain' neither opiates nor  cither harmful drugs. All mothers  who have used them for their little  ones speak of them in terms of warmest praise. Mrs. Albert Young,  Stratford, says : "My baby, who is  now five months old, .has always  been very, cross and peevish. She was  very constipated and sleepless. She  was a thin, delicate looking child,  nnd cried nearly all the time. I did  not know what to do with her. I  tried several medicines, but they did  her no good. A friend who hail used  Baby's "Own Tablets advised me to  try them. 1 hid so, and since using  them baby has been quite well, her  bowels are regular, and siie  grown plump ami good natured  am delighted with the Tablets  keep them on hand all the time,  whenever baby gets cross and feverish 1 give her a tablet and she is all  right."  ���Theie Tablets arc thc best medicine in the world for simple fevers,  colic,diarrhoea, all stomach troubles,  constipation and other minor ailments of little one's. They are for  children of all ages, and dissolved in  water, or crushed to a powder may  bo given with absolute safety to the  youngest infant. Mothers who once  try them will never afterwards use  any other medicine for their little  ones. Sold by. all .dealers in medicine or sent post paid,at 25 certs a  box by addressi|ig the ,".Dr'.��� Williams  Medicine. CoV,  Br'ockville,   Out.  The chains of habit are generally  too small to be felt till they are too  stromr to be broken.���Br. Johnson-  Man has within him capacities of  growth which deserve and "will reward intense, unrelaxing toil.���Ch a lining.  There is ' this difference between  happiness and wisdom ;. he that  thinks hmiseli" the happiest man  really is so ; but he who thinks  himself the wisest, man. i.s generally  the LrroaU'st   fool. ,  has  I  and  and  If the average man isn't born great  or is unable to achieve greatness ho  tries tb thrust himself upon if.  Minard's Liniment Cnres Colds, Etc,  Courtship is  girl plays her  diamond.  a game in    which    a  heart against a man's  who plants seods of   any   itindi either iu the home oi  rimrkot garden, wilt socurt tho best results from  using ����^ TjieTip nr^ ^  from J. M. PERKINS, Seedsman, 220 Market Sfc,  WINNIPEG. ""  1902 Seed Annual froo.  W.  N.  U.  NO.  364.  Try : our Parlor   Matches;  They produce a quick LIGHT  without     any     objectionable  fumes.     :    ���.    ���"  .    '    .    '    >    "  -a  UNITED,     HULL,  I  ?     ���   CANADA. ;   ���  ��� ., ���*.  seo')��..e9.e.''o$(i.��<3...o.'...��i��t ��,�� ..������������������������  ' Difficulty is a severe instructor set  over us by the supreme ordinance of  a parental guardian and legislator,  who knows us'better than we know  ourselves, as he loves us better, too.  He that wrestles with us strengthens  our nerves and sharpens our skill ;  our  antagonist  is  our  keeper.  COLIC AXD KIDNEY DIFFICULTY-Hr.'  J. W. Wilder, J. P., Lafargvillo. N. Y., Avrfte.-:-  "lam subject to sovero attacks of Colic and  Kidney Dilliculty. and lind Pi-rmclco's Pills afford me groat reivef, wliilo all other remedies  have failed. They aro tlie bc-t medicine I havo  ever used." In fact so prcai i*- tho power of  this medicine lo clen rise and purify ihnt di&oases  of almost; t-very name -.ad uatuio aro drivea  from ike bod v.  Words that burn should be insured.  This suggestion is gratuitously handed  to spring poets.  Parents tray Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator becanso they know it is a safe medicinefor  tlieir children and aa elfectual "espeller of  Worms.  Heading is one of the greatest consolations of life. It is the nurse of  virtue ; the upholder iu adversity ;  the prop of independence ; the support of a just pride ; the strengthen^  er of elevated opinions ; ,it is a shield  against the tyranny of all' the petty  passions ; it is the repeller of the  fool's scoff and the knave's poison.  Six Oils.���The most: conclusive testimony  repeatedly laid before the public in tho columns  of tho daily press, proves that Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil���an absolutely ijure combination of  six of tho finest remedial oils inezistenco���remedies rheumatic pain, eradicates affections of  the throat and lungs, and curei piles, wounds,  sores, lameness, sores, tumors, Durns, and injuries of horse'a aiid cattle.  Of the soldiers  in     the    American  Civil war 4S per cent,  were farmers.  .The    average    woman     speaks her  mind, but she changes her   mind   so  often that, dt keeps her tongue work-  "mg overtime.  It is not till after a man has married a woman that he hears her express any fears of "losing her individuality."  .Where can I get some of Holloway's Corn  Cure V I was entirely cured of my corns by this  remedy and 1 wish so'mo more of it ior my  Eriends.   So writes iir. J, W. Brown, Cliicuso.  I No family livinfr in a bilious country should  lie without Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.   A few  - doses taken now and thea will keep tho liver  active, cleanse tho stomacli andbewcis from all  | bilious matter and prevent Ague,   Mr. J. L.  1 Price, Shoals, 51 art.in Co..Ind., writes: "I^have*  tried a box of rarmelec's Pills and find them  t ho best medicine for fever and ague I have  ever rued."  I   Nothing is more simple than greatness. Indeed, to be simple is to be  great.���Emerson.  j Under a law passed two years ago  the Hungarian government may sub.  sidize  almost   any  kind   of  manufac-  turw  j One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth more than  i Two ounces of impure soap.  REDUCEfS  EXPENSE  < Ask for the  Octagon Bai\      If   your    grocer caiuiot    supply,   write to  -UGVEI. BROTHERS,   LIMITED,  Toronto, sending   bis  name and address,  .and   a-   trial   camplo   of   Sunlight Soap   will  ba sont yog  free  of cost.  A lame back means that dull, aching pain  over the small of the back, or lhe "catch"  which takes you as you arise from stooping:.  That and all the symptoms of general debility  and lost vitality which usually go with it i  cure with my new appliance. Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatism���I conquer them all in a  few days.  Dr. -McLaughlin���Sir: In regard to your Bolt for lame back, I can say this :���I  havo found it just as you represented it to bo. and a littlo bettor.   ltd weight in gold  -  "       '"��� ���   "    * havo boon troubled with my  ra very truly,  D. II. MJLRA.CLE, Shannonville, Ont.   .  would not buy it if I could not got Knothor like it.   I  back since I was 17 years of ago, and am now 3S.   "\ oura vejx tLl.h'.  Any manor womanwhowillsecurc me can have my  appliance and pay When cured  m  in s  1 ask no pay in advance.  lectric Belt  You havo heard of ruy Belt; your neighbors aro boing cured, by it. It has taken  rno twenty years to learn hou-to employ electricity right, and I give you tho results  of my oxporionco in my, modern appliance. It gives a glowing heat���no burning, no  shock.   Cures while you sleopJ  I want every sufferor from Lamo Back and its alliod  troubles to ci\U and tost my Belt ixeo. Or sond for my free  books.   Inclose this ad. *  FREE TEST.  FREE BOOK.,  | 'DR. Rfi. f   IVScLAUGHLiN, 130 YongfeSt., Toronto.  fi .' "���      '       " OFFICE HOURS-9 a.m. to S.30 p.m.  ' "���   V* **-    ���",  [    '  ; i- .<���'  "c.  *i<-.  t  ,!<V;  Coronation Cost.  TLondos, March. 7.���The cost of   lhe  ' -.coronation as represented in   the civil  service estimates ie ��1,008,000.   This  iniay include the espenees of two pro  E-saasa  ssaaasatsKsaaiBBassnEaaBeauanE  _ _^.��m.h -____��T-l��C_2Ln-_'-'U��.  sasa,.^^*^^  "T^a  1 l  Cole's Hot Blast  The latest in heating stoves. Burns  coal and wpod.- Also coal and wood  burners in other styles.  A full line of gen  eral Hardware.  \j3Bt.Tinsm.thing anil Plumbing.  ���JtO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by���Dr._"'Nichol-  sun's Artiuoiai is-ar Drums; gave $10,-  000 to his Institute* so that deaf-p"eople  unable to procure the Bar Drums may  .have them free. Address No, 14522  The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth  .Avenue. New York, U. S. A.  Had Dancer Again.  "And, will you remember  me  when  the dance is oven?" .asked   the  ardent  youth as he led-her'behind the palm.  __., e _   r._        "How can   I   forget?"   she -sighed.  -cessions and the alterations in the Ab-   "Every, lime I look at my poor, crushed  'bay, but* obviously does not  cover, the   toes you will be foremost in my mind."  /entertainment ox the ' guests   by _the  , 'crown and the" special embassies of the  -colonisls    nnd   various   others. ��� The  -street decorations will be managed   by  -committees of property owners,    the  borough councils having shown  little  energy in makine arrangements  of a  'comprehensive scope.   Clumbland has  ���already come   to   the   front   with   a  ���unique decorative scheme of St. James  -street.    Sir Wilfrid Laurier's presence  ���becomes espscially  important,   since  fthe Australian premiers  are  begging  'off on one pretext or another.*  Sir Wilfrid and Mr, Barton  will  be  ' 'the chief colonial representatives' aud  "will have the places  of  honor  in   the  "-Abbey and probably   at both ' conventions..' Lord  Strathcona   will  occupy  a seat amongst the peers. , The minor  ���colonial officials are hot  more likely  than tho secretaries of tlio diplomatic  ���embassies to obtain  cnterauce   to the  Abbe3r.    Tho secretaries,of thc Ameri-  ���'can embassy here, rankly   admit   that  'they will be unable to obtain scats in  'the Abbey or-special privilege? for the  -American visitors.   Tho facilities   for  'seeking the processions outside will he  ���*ample.and touridts need not make nr-  'raugeuiohts until the last moment.  Income of Daniel ITobstor,  The legal profession of thc present  'clay will be surprised to learn that.,Mr.  , Webster, .the 'great.?..fc American , lawyer of his time, made but* 'fplf),000 a  'year by his practice. But thc fees of  "counsel bcfcwecfn ISdO and   1850' were  not what thoy have r been  since,  says  tho  Cincinnati  Commercial  Gazette.  Jn-lS-iS 1 accompanied   a  client  to  Mr. Webster's   ofiicc( in   Boston   .and  'asked him to name a retaining  fee  in *  'an  important patent  case.    He , said  he thought a couple of hundred dollars  would do., When the case  was   tried  his fee was only $1000." On   another  'occasion I paid him a retaining fee  of  ;tji2900 for the proprietors of tthe, Good-  ���yciar india rubber patent.      . '    '  His���iee��or arguing the great equity  case' of Goodyear vs.( Day in the circuit  court of the, United , Stales   for   the  district of New Jersey j by which he  "established the validity of the Good-  'year patent, was  $5000.  ,This  was. in  the spring of 1852-' and  was  the   last  case he ever argued.  Lots on Victoria street on easy pay ���  ments.   See D. J* Elmer.  BEALE & ELWELL  ���  AGENTS FOR  Cfty   Shaving   Parlor,  ,    ,   .'     CENTRAL   HOTEL.  0  WJ'-SLKV Ol.-.XK, rron.' <  f     -SlPY-H,   B. *V  r HMrii'frj*'JJ��^w*..W-Li:iiJ��iW>g'J*' l'^i***w"*^  lioyie, B  PHOENIX ASSURANCE CO. of " London, England.  IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO.* of London, England.' ^  LIVERPOOL, LONDON & GLOBE.INSURANCE CO. jfij  LONDON & LANCASHIRE INSURANCE'CO.'  WESTERN-ASSURANCE CO.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO, '' __  UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY of London, England.  NORTHERN .ASSURANCE CO. " "  (  GUARDJAN     ,      ���"     ,  ATLAS       ' "    .  London, England.  MOVIlfs   ...R'UJINO, HQTEb  The best' of  accommodations  r '  -.for the traveling public.   "    ���  P. J. McMahon, Mgr.  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  -.   Repaired and Made to Order;  R. A. SMITH*      Moyie.  o  ���r  NEAR'MACEACHItEN &'MACDONAl,D8.  GHAS. P. CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and ���  Eihbalmer.  Graduate of Champion College ol the  United States. Upholstering aud general furniture repairing. Office and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended'to.  1. O. O. F.  ���\Vliacy I.orts-V,>*o. 4-b  Meet's every Monday evening i,n   their  hall   on   Victoria  street. " Sojourning  Odd Follows cordially invited.  '  J, S. MacEAciiekn.    G. T. McGregor,  Noble Grand. ' Secr'y*  Moyie,  Miners'   XJnion  Meet's in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning, members are  cordially invited ,to attend.  Johs McDonald, ���     . P.T. S>rx/iiV  '   President.. '    ' Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday . \  ��� -. evening of each month at  ',8 o'clock Bh'drp in the court       \  i. house. <      -      . ��  A. P.'Macdonald, Pres.  Andrew Johnston,   Lewis I-HOM-sos.  *    ' Vice-Pres. Sec'y.  fcOURT MOTlE.  Mii. 4005  Meets on thc last Thur's  dayof each mo uth. \  Iting brethern invited  tbattoud.  P. Ti SMYTH, C. P..    . d. T. McGKEGOK, R. S.  MMi Columbia :  J Permanent^*?5^  ,''���'  LOAN  AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  The objects of  the  company- ;"  are:    To  afford   a safe   and   ..  profitable means for the  saving of small'sums hy  regular',  instalments**, as well ns for tho    .'  investment of small amounts   .���  " of capital at a.productive rate  of interest.'    To assist mom-'  herd in building,  puroh..*i.ig.  or improving home* taul oleor-  ,'ing  off  existing   incumber-  ances.  P. T. SMYTH/   Agent, Moyie  DON'T THROW THEM ftWft.  .. It is just like throwing awny money  -.vhen you' throw away tiie SNOW  'SHTGE TAGS which are on every plug  of PAY ROLL CHEWING TOBACbp.  ,c.Save them and you o-in have jour  choice of 150 ^handsome presents.  Tags are go'bd uirto JAN'Y. 1ST 1903  "\VrJte for our new illustrated premium  catalogue.    The Empire   Tobacco  Co  ' Ltd, Wiunipeg^branch, Winnipeg  Man.   'St:   Joseph's   Convent.  nelson, il c.  Hoarding and Day school conducted  by the Bister.-, of Nelson, B. Q. All  branches of elfmyvitary, bueinesB and  high class education taught by the  .sisters who hold 'certificate., Irom the  Loudon Uotird oi Education and  Science Deportment, .Keosiugton,  linyl.md.    Apply to Sister Superior.  Cranbrobk.  B. C.  SCENIC   LINE.  DIRECT   LINE.  EAST.  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  3  LOWEST KATES.  WEST.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  Sun Francisco.  Metliodist .Church  'SERVICES  Are held in   Mr. Jf. C. Drewry'a build  in0" 'corner  Victoria  and    Tavistock  street, each Sabbath at 7:30 p. vnA  Sabbath school at 3'p. in. (   ,  Prayer meeting Tuesday evening al  8 o'clock. " "       '  The public are invited   and   will   ���>'���  cordially welcome to  attend .services.  -      '    W.L. SHERIDAN.  Pastor.  ��� -WI.I..JW-."'  '���*���*  i-   ^^��Br  i -* **. t '��  WHOLES ALE AKV 1USTAII-     '    .  MEAT    ^ERdHANTS  i -   (>  . 'Fresh and Cured-Meats, Fresh  Fish. Game ana Poultry.'-'We  supply only the best. Your  trade solicited. *   '  I.IA.RKK'rS  In   all   tlie   Principal  Cities and   Towns   in  British Columbia.  .'GRANBEOOK, b. c.  IIEAUCJUARTERS   VOU  EAST    KOOTKJTAY  * -'    ' s ' If    f ^  aaawgpju-ovrrsarrw: ���gam. ���*rs*ixti,i'��Mi-t- vratrexavwwmr  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO,   TO  Of*    jS 1?�� -fft -Till PB�� ET?  fl   ^ flliS  I   ��      '  i*.f"ii:ii y^j i l  MBBGHANT   TAILOK.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported     Goodrf.  MOYIE, B. C  m  MM  v  City of Progress  Prosperity,  The smelting- center  of the Smilkameen,  Valley. Backed by the  payrolls of two gigantic coal comanies and  the Copper and Ken-  ' i '       *  nedy Mountain mines.  i 0     i ' '  Surrounded by the  following resources:  And fine agricultural  country.   Large herds  of cattle, fruit in' abuh-  dance with a climate  almost southern   and  all that could he asked^  ASHNOLA.  Wm  SSSJSKE  Is 'owned and backoi].,,- ^  payroll of tho .S.iiilk.n,^  Valley Coal Company, [C  it'ed, whicli is a ^unrant-a.^  itself   of   its,   biiccc.**-   \  ���F  equipment   ami develop  of their coal mine.", iii^j.  of   water,   electric JigLv at!  power plan la aro alrciJ}* v;pg,  ranged     for. .   Tho   ileldr.fe  ment  of   the   A.-lmth tv  i . 8**  /a       Company V     I'niiK,,   hAiM  l'.u:--tr-rn C>ipit,i:i.-t ���- \,i.u h_..I  I'-vi.ibhrilird   th.-ir. -,,nu���; J  Ashnohi-, makflit tho  ������utmii.; ciiv��{  the itUerior of l{riti.*,ii CvIi-ihhlv,  -Sw.  L-JS  m  ovew  "iS!  fjOte'-iu Ashnola '-.ri.' '..*!'' \y,\i.:  intrnts. In hl'tvlf. I ''i ! "i.l 1!'���-  .thu prit.'' Will V''   i'!'. .i"*r*'_.|"V* j.*.rr-i*  i)"r mtm-ii -.un ! A>" J-t, l',*'.)1 vAl  i ���. i   . i  jl.0 poi- .'enJsan   ih.   :���������������..i-ri.ii.i: .I'lvft!  JTIh- pree<'n', [.i-ico l"fr-.:u ..V tjfi'j'  j.!') [n't -.'Ciil ci.-h. 'A, i*   ,- ni "j -.,.[,���!,  |ivirlioul int^n:''.. '   .  rant  Arraogon.Gnls a'-i- ,i!rr-i.-y or.ifi,!.:*  'JiffOr eight buiH.:;.' ;l. ;i;.i..),. ll5.  ','Agns for tn*"'  I'lnr! yi','.' ni (im cr���  V��nj''ntiA*?J;jii'.!,  utuk rlioiidw-i ���  Vj-/.   i.i'l i  , "S*4-l  r.w&l  With   the '   tt'dvent. -<A   h.m-w  tation Smilka'meei^ Vimuy Coal .J  be deliym-d   ,iU   any   i'ji*d ��" S>  KooLKiiayJ-r Yule as   chsi'ijb' *'  any other company iu Canmln.  ^  =^=sss  For fiuLher^information apply to  iinilkatiieen��Valley Coal. Cd.,.LldLN^soN.  i  IJalcyon Eot Springo.  The most'complete health resort on  ��� the continent of North America. Sit-  .uated   roid&t   scenery   unrivalled  for  Uranduer. THE HALCYON HOT  .SPMNGS Sanitarium,  Halcyon  Hot  3i>Tings, Arrow Lake, B. C. Resident  : physician r.nd nurse,    Boating fishing  ���and   excursions.      Tolagraphio    com-  ���niunioation   with   all   parts   of    tl-c  * world.    Two'mftils arri ve cud  depart  ��� daily.    Tenhs, $15 to   *18  per'week  vaccordir.g   to . residence : 'in  hotel or.| Kur  rvillas.    Its baths cure all  nervous and!  t r.uuscuiar diseases.   Its waters heal all j  "kidney,*', liver   arid   stomach troubles.  ���Thcliathe and waters   are   an inyalu-  ���-Vie remedy for silver and lead poison.  -ntr.  Yid* Sob Line.  St.   Paul,   Chics-K-o.   and   nil   United  States points.  TOURIST SLEEPEIt SERVICE.  EAST���Leive Kootonay Landing Landing Thursday and Friday ioi  St. Paul, Toronto, .Montreal,  Loston.  WEST���Leave Revel&tokc daily for  Vancouver, Seattle and thc  coast.  HOME    L-EEKER-H  ���- > ���& < ���  Excursion Tickets oo sale,   v/C3tl-ound  Sfarch !�� to Ap:il IJCth.  Through bookings to  F.uropc  via. all Atlantic,   hues.    Pro-  .paid ticlsow  Irom   all   points  atlov*/8st rates. '���  '���itf-tcs,V ...Mapv, T-irii.   Cnr'l.",  Tickets  aad  FuJlin'rovEiation ���-:>;>!y to Ketrust Local  ,-Af-rau,   :  G. Millie.', Ayutit,Tvldyle. .       V  Prices Giveix  and^ Order's  Taken on  Everything-  in the Printing  Line at the  .LS  CAKTKK,;  "iiifit, IV-  Ndsoiii  e; j, covlk,  ' s'*,'!* (.ion. 1'ftKS. Afjt  Ynncovc-7  The Lbadii.0 Ladies ,  and Mens FurhL3hei*  Clothing, Boots  and Shoes,  ,A Full S.'iolVofj.\liiiers"Snpplifc--'s  Always on Hand.  Call   and   Inspect OCu-   Goods.  HAWKE k BRENTON  ~- F011--  H3BAVY. TEAMING. '  ,'.' "  .--ALSO���. . .   .'   ';   ..;  BAGOAGJC,      EXPIUSKS'   AND      G'ENE'tt'A)  DEblVBliY.  V \riiti&  P**'i * ^ V s^i-mm  0R  VSse4% miiiom of Homes���40 Yerus tb"  g|  stan&f,. "AAPisre Cream of Tartar Powj*' ^j  fkLpti&k* l$> 'eve# other known. ^ajCjGreeii  de&M-.^'afe &&&-pastry, tight, flaky biscuit, ^ ^  ko'rK.'*��:Avoid baking pow  'diTSIi'l*1  p-ilio?! CiAf.tKQ ?'a.VDK'n:!d6,V  i. ;        '���' ��� sw.OA.ad,   V '  ik.  in'irc  Ol M  alum.     'I"buy look...,  Vnci  may   Yaise' .,thc   <'Aaa   w-\   ,  ,;is a poison and no ;oik-.< :'"   ���', $  "mixed -witli it without.-joim'-v ��iJ|


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