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 W      /   l  ---���-.-. '*.s y.���-- ;���-<-'  '     .J��  A/  -'^  <?r-A.  Jl-  I - .. ��� . I.  5  V.  AJ  r  'A:  8  T.-13-  '.Vi  ���"T^'TT^.  j.( *   .  *"��  Half  ;.'<)u-.i.NQ 31. _  ( "    ��ti^  '    '  ���  ALL FBESH.  A'-'}  >.'(f  MOYIE, B. C. NOVEMBER 'IG. l901  3 Of /i J  i^ l_l' VJ- J \ t..  mA YKAli  !&  U'  I  r-_*.  JA^W^!| -W  ^   d s 1 My  iv.r.W o.  m*,.  ino satde was Liveh  WhSta ���!*' H  rift si  1IVJ  ty.x'  #.  Direct''From the1 East New  Canned "Goods-Direct From  the Canneries. ���  Fancy Gro-.  series, of ��� .Every Descriotion  i.miii.iii rfai mibhkmu  i i:.vs ii '��� yj  ���- st3 j3 fn   r- ;i W i; sp* fa ��"V  M.-1  ���'^  v.*  &  I Hmti  fe-'  ' V' V'**" V V W* W Vv V^ V ���</ ^'<^'     ."�����.��� ������<:.��%��,���  Q  COMPANY.-  4 .' ^I-T.  ,^'W  nMm����r��iu.ininr-nj^  p��c��.-ajw3CCTCw^ai*rw^:e jrwii.uniya-Ji'a^g'fa-ya-jitT^maE^  A hi,-  .,/?  ^  ANADIAN������.BANK . Of5 -COMMERCB,!.  Up Oipital   $3,003,030.     " ."  It was Soon that He was  ' Whipped: iu the Fifth ���  .Bound and the Sponge  ,    Was Thrown Up. ���  fa th', n^ii. iiot'.vy- ,i Jefinri.; an(j  lluiiiin in San Finncji.-i-u laU night,  JoflVies wop 'in the li'fth romul, ft.  w.ida h'i:-i! fougbf, battle, but-it vois'  <:vidian alter ilio second round tbat  J('fl'ne_ Jiad'the better of it, Ruhlin  did Hjiin. ��� clever work' a.'.>d avoided  ,=oiii'.- hcAvy- blows; Jf/lVicj repeated!;,-  %? ' i.uj.lal on Jlublin'-, ribs and neck au-j  ���fi'f  \ it-wad ibecf; blow.-   WWfiiWlv iliized'  A^r    !, . , . '       "     ���  jgs^        J liirn ni;r? cui-a! b:,J o--:-ii i-'   ty   (.bro'.v  ('!�� ii;- vp-tutjii.    Ii. ir;-y    ''Jvrb';?t :y;i" i  j .i.-j ri.ft.-rcc-. , ,  Geo. RoeJ iii:' gone to Jlepublic,  Wabli.  i  Fred Frith's mother id her*). on a  V.At frtmi tho No'rtluvuat T'-jn-jlories.  ��� iJ��i-iy Swiit, llni pianist, passed  t'lrou^h Moyie List. r "We-Jnodiiay from  jfelsou on liis way to Fernie,  . .Wu'yui'iplion list is bein^ t'irCu-  hl d iyrtiio purpose of niiaitr^ funds  ur tlnj purchase of an ur^aa for tbe  ?i(;thodis>t chundi.  De-vine service 'will be conducted  Sunday uveniii_j in 'the 0.1d Fullow'a  ln.il by lU.'V. V, M. Ptudy.at S o'clock  p :n. ' Sunday soliool and bible class  ai ij o'clock p. rn. Youiig tfien are  sv-ciftllyinvited toiittond "uotli services'.  , Win. Wmer left, yddleul.iv nioi'uiiJg  Pr Sp-')k-.nc.        ' , <      .  .Jumc_ (Jronin and family have ar-  riv.;il in Moyie from' Spokane-and have  Dikrtii ti;) tlmir residence in their n��w  homo. , '        ���>   .  Aii gambling games "in' Elko have  l^een stopped.   " ,'���  GDmorJoneri and W. T. Tretribatli  ��\'ill leave tomorrow ior a Lew days  viMj to i-Wsiand.  - Oonsl'-lerab\e'intere.3t is being' taken'  in th/O billiard   conlei-f;   at'   the - Man  b.i'M.tii liotr-1.    M'r.y.IaoKenziu   i<   giv-  ho.\ of cir-ifrf as first prize und   a  bin pipe'as second.    Thuro io  no1  r  ��',r,i.  i-oM.ii.oe ice.    J. id. Linc.'sii}- hss  beep.  j. CbZ.\j-.  IiCr}��CiL.''UFjf-acI 'its.-'Jiiory. l  t . '  i     W]?on. Ii. Q,. >;ov. j I.���Trie iirWnt  j <)Uf/iiiOi-: i.-1 tn.icit iviii no ,;..i:nc tim:1 oe-  \>rc i br- (J.inads tn i"  ��� mi 'itii   I   '  ,     .    ... .-   ^,��.  <,  ,',   ��   A -,     <-A.   \    I,   ,  ^  |  ��  tie   rL;_rtyj  v/i  .jio:,<*cC..I yiiver-L ml re.'"'!!  iic-f. lii-.ffirfi if'ji'ting ViO::*. on  ^"r.'' iW'iun (!:;ii  v-'iii   r^miii ;   r]-.<j  Led as judge,aud manager.  mini  \V. Frith left  f<;r   a  cin the eart'tli'.ij vrecic  visit .to  A  Conference ' with  Smelter Trust. .  i mm in if york  American Befining Company  May Handle Some of the '��  Slocan andEastKoote-  1   ,  hay Lead Ore.  Spokane, Nov." 1~).���There is . a  chance ttial the price of lead paid to  thc mine ownerd of tlio Cbeur d'Aleoea  will be reducsd bolow tho present  arbitrary quotation of four cents 'per  pound." ^ conference between tlie  mine owiiersjind the American Smel-  lin/j- & JieJining Company will' be  hold in I".ew ,��� York "next Wednesday,  ;iud it will probably continue for five  days. The conference will be a most  im per taut one. The queslion of  handling-the ore^ oi 'all the Ooeur  ii "Alone mines utittfide of the 33tinker  d-Jill ii Suiliyan will proliahiy come 'to  a iinal d.'ji'sion. Their present contract fur the treatment of ores expire  on January 1, am:.the   tmelting   trust  i wiSJ ir-'t liandlr-* anv of the various com-  J.iccpli Schaiuh, the druggist, is now | ^^-^ 0,.^   .^   lhai   datc   unIes,  s-iti'-yict'^rv new oontraets are   entered ;'  Pi'.ohed   .a::d  getting  his  goods   un- \  .it   'teadv   to   open     up j  M to.  ,r  i'J Ki\'U  iMUll'li  j V  - i     i   'i  \ .    u  I 11  A f, "  r  I   !    I  m���ut oi  -1 . ' V ^.'  Am.   t- i:.'1  .'",,%;    I  *   ,   I        1.  1;     vi  ifci I  'i, il * C  i   I  ���i,l'.-:l  . ",i.I i  >lt Ui'-'-'f".  Ai (i.ii'h,  I"-/ .ll-,  .1 ���   ^('Jt'  Tticso  coiiiract^   nccording   to  i iiie i !'".��������nt Cif-iuaiid-. of tli"   company,  'i  1 ''>(< ni1:  GRAFBBOOK    ITEMS.  Cranbrook Herald:  The mumps .seem to be epidemic in  Cranliiook just mow,  M. J3. King's new lions-.- is nearly  ready for occupancy,  business lots in Frnnk, Alta., are  Helling from tfJQO to iSijOO, and reoi-  denee lot? at '$250.  The; Cranbrook Electric Light company is carrying nearly 700 lights,  which is'pretty good evidence of the  growth of their business during tho  past year, ' '.  J. Thompson and 'GusA Theis  were  in town Tti3sday evening ou their way  to their Terry creek 'placer   properties,  Mr. Thomson has just loft the hospital  after d severe illness, and several others  engaged in   tho  work   havty been   ill.  J3eing handicapped in this   way,   they  have been working only one shift,   but  the average   yield   has   remained   as'  good as as ever, going from,!? 14 to' $17  per man.  It ia quite possible that W. S. Koay  thc local customs officer, will b,o trans-  ii  ferred to Fernie the first of, the yeaf  aud anothoi mm appointed for Critu-  brook. A. L. McDermott will probably catch the plum. His appointment would meet with general approval in Cranbrook,' as he is bolT.2  competent and accommodating, and  would make a worthy successor to  "Billy" Koay, one of thc   best,   in   the  * t  service. , _    -  FKOM   JIARYbVILLK'.  The ALirysville Tribc-ne .,v/ill   I;:   issued Saturday, November 2;��%  ' The prospects   for,, ,i    big   riu.li   hi  Maryriville looks   vjry   hri-ut   indeed. '  Tenders havj baen called for  build mi*'  i i,  ��� i  is'  tiiu   y-i.  I  -Ir  |.l I-  Ay f?_r-i-  ���yAdy  r;.. . .;���  uiplisMl ::. Co.  ��ero ' n^.t yj ;f)>. fl  poriiul   ef   live  yeii"j  at j thoepur intn tim fcovvu. a nd   work   will  'I )p w i-  ','��� '':><'   ,  hW   a i  ,1"   . VI ��'-  ii'r;  i' ,-  ;be   same,    as   those  :v. v'i..  ��ie  A\ .   Ai..  .A-   t,if."..vV i  ���)A:,>rc  nn';1    i  yi.AA  l .', A1- i  in iii ii   laotor  ?   Ui   the  ���"ii  in  !<"    terms  '���e: (I   Will   be > fheed.  ":ii.iy  fo\.  i")o Aiotel Ibi'tbc,   tfj&,%\&\  'ujil  cuii'inl'l'  ai  .-I'll io  r  a<. every   ratspaco.  "* i  :-o  ���i.  J If.'  '1;  i.  |ryV'.\r-���  t;,-��  IV      \,       O,    A,L^f  '  J.     i.ji*  Oclu  :jia  i.  -. .!  -r-n*.s*r-e.*~iAv!****T  Aft .^S-.^y. jV, jtV.yff. sgV.jC&.JP. At:  ^--*r^i'^F2^>7fcr*-*-i?>-'^3* ^��o��s��*.-------���  *z.-<*^A*y.  <r7*--Ar-A.   Ai-m.-*iAjr^A?.r 'J* -  .-L.^.a... Htf-..-^- '-Jc.-rJrSA  .-���.'Mpy:. ,  .���--t ir, v,y ii* <o St.- i  ,'1-nos; to Iheir full cipacilj  '  il.,* Slocan   ;in-.l   ti!-:  11 , -   /-!*.'  "y'-i ',  . ,'0.i ,;.  ,.'  i ! ���.:  ���A: 'n  -,'' ���  ���J.  *'dJ,  I'l.ul".  >  '.-,.   -i. ii :���  ��� i;y   <l/ii  i*   i'de,  i n - ���:  !- A\  '!;'���' t:.  -a.   Ai    r.  ���A;     I.i      -4  1 Ai i'Ue  begin on tins piece   of   roarl   wilhiu   a."  o I <  [-.My   d'tys.    Tiny   sawmill    plaut    his  arrived and is, beimj, put  in   position.  rin   aiiitr.Hit.f.r vutiing  cine   mil'ion  'wot '���< 1''Wh.iWJ'yi1]i J.lii^ 'tiiWi '4.! _-;:' of  o.'kW'X'lio "oontPAiur.-" io'i'"~  '/���n.'mj tii" --ruoU/.T.^'ito will b' !cf ir"*�� '  ';>-<*.:.-, ind !'���;- : '^ ir..,r;.;r v,-(l]'bc-plaoe'i!  '\vi!lTv."i?iTr!?"'i^-;  ��� i oi  Ji'v  llll'  i-o^ion    :or"iuan,  ro  (i'iW'3  i., Inis. hi'f'ij iiiaint tiiii'-d  iiijj romp.'mv   hj    im'-tiug  ��� ���-.���iii ou I put of  Ihe   country.  tnu ^inim  >' i [jh.y, .15  K  I,  Oil m  v^;iV ti-.-v iv-h! ' hiV- (���������'���-��'��'. "^"n ���^���'��^��. ,1.,^3-y, p,)llou,.,-at of Ihe country.  l'uW.-i miMt-. !��l bot:, promoted to the nosiiion oi | ^ .^ ^^^j thflt tIm llrlC0 o[ leari  r   Hip    r-quirr-d   ^ylmas'er, succcWng Mi.  I tl:rr. w,i:p.l [ail if the normal on-put of the  "-3V. i>Bs.\urJs'n-:��,   t*ro_).    .  - -    'i >  Lar-40 sample ionm in [connection  with house for commercial mcu. Best  of iiccominodntione.  e  i-.t-."'  a.  ���-i.*��  ,-!-\  i'.p  >.fo  ���::\ i  ?.*>  .  Haadquai'teps for GomTU.ioiai ,and jMining   Men.      ��� -MCYir,  I*  o  .���'.ii'al    easily   {ml.   out   tbe    retpu  Lin/unl. of ore i.i '-loduco   n'.alti1 of   a  siidicient ou ul'i .  .>) operation.  The supply of i-iivor-lead ore, how-  i \i-r, is irregul-ir, as the shipments ore  he:-\'\ whtjn the price of lead is i>igh  and light when it is low.  JMr. Aldridge, before he \yill Consent  !o invest *r"230,000 in a refinery and a  million dollars in  matte, wants aome ! ojuuti'y,  Ed Callahan and O.ul Mvisel arc   ii  v to Ir^eri the lofinery   f'-|Jin their L'll,itns on lhe lu^'Ql'   *l��^  liver.    Tliey have   couyderable   work  mapped our, for the coining winter.  P. 1). Hope is making room in his  btore for his laige stock of Christmas  goods-which will soon be here.  Gas King has returned from Spo-  k me ambit* now in   the   Windermere  >.kh iissr.r.uice from  the  mioco,vners  that!    _^3 S00n   as the  blackboard-*  arrive  4*  c")ltj;k.v .vvrcN'rii:-  -5,'f, A*B'**l&.sf!'*'.*9'.  ���Jf*'  Ait- .jr^r>  ���- -psoitis'  ���ttt'^Si'^-^'  nrfntr* fwsrt^^ J*r  fl  W  I  6x,  run&sl  will have eufticienl nr-itcrinl to keep J Uic new nc|dition to the Moyie  school  :, pA'tnt ' in ' i'Outini;oi*3   op-.-ration. j ,vil, bo occupied.  >���������������������#? I The mii-cowm-5 refine   to   give _ him I   ^  ^^   ^^   .g   ncvy    ,u  that   ���.isauranei',   and   so _ tlie   mutter'  's''van-} at pro-ynt, and   the  outlook   !���-  that it will be some time butore the re-  linery will be erected.  Oj-giiuijing Kocltoy Teams.  Fernie bus orgamyyd a hockey club,  and has started   the   ball  rolling.    W.  Taeom.il, Wash., at the  Tacoma  Business, college.  Rev. W. ti.   Sheridan  was   dojAm   to  Crestou't.his week..  country pli-Jtild/uc rostmvd. it is con-  si iiered likeiy that the niincowners-  and the smelting compiiny in the proposed conferences will agree upon  '.vhnt rate of reduction shall be made  by the various companies in thei'-  output, eo us io reduce the output to  meet consumption. &*  A'most important feature of the  Tio-rV lead situation is likely to relate  to the attitude of the American Smelting & Befining Co. toward British  Columbia lead ores, At present the  i smelting company refuses to buy oree  from British Columbia lead mines.  The smelting company is now considering a plan 'by which it will reenter (he British Columbia held, and  will take at least a   pari   of   the  ores  .-,     , M-. n-o-il .                                               i               a'i economic  meuiou  roi    niarEetrinsr  Jrestou-this v.eek.-          . willtake at least a   pari   of   the ores      ,   .     . ,   .  .     ,     - .    ,    .   .     .  ���   A.r _��� *'.;1--. ,-��� ������ ���'���-,.*. ,i        ��� .-���������,               i   r<   L   t>    l   ���        the produce ct the  Sullivan group   of  Rev. W. L. Suendan wilitiold service'.from the Slocan and   Bast   Kootenay, i  .<.;.--    ,_,.    .     ,       i   , . .   r  ,   ��� ��� ^    ,-: "., ,---,���,������ W ' " mine., ,.The nature of this ore is such  n Mr. Drevrry-s ouilding.br.nday oven- ; -,.- T������r-r-rT-t-vstnr-.jf.;.              .     -   l-       .  ng at 8 o'clock. . W;Wy u^ccl it 3 , c��W. -o r-iy^ m^y^A. ��� . 'l "^ a ^ �� ^cirable  in Us  treat-  We are showing ��� a lot of splendid  Trunks. Not the ordinary, common  everyd&y kind of a trunk, hut trunks  that are built to stand the rough and  tumble of a journey, At every part  where the strain comes on is doubly  Strengthened. Patent catches, good  strong locks and. heaul;i:?iillyn^i:-"h.ed  they exactly fill the bill for every-'  one who wants an; up to date trunii.  'W. Tuttle  is  the   honorary president , o'clock.    Epworth I  tiau Endeavor  ing at 8 p. ni.  aiid. "Chris-  I    Wnshicglon,   V.p-'opber 11-.L---Hear  , ukU.   C.   liiphardt,   oviWhmt.    The ' ti.m Endeavor meeting Tuesday   even- J admiral Sehley w-itl mab. his    perma-  memborship W wis iixc-1   ut   ^2  Jo:   lng at 8 p. ni. jnonthomoin  Washington.    .He   wiji  !,,UVoand*Uor  honorary   numbers. ���          j retain   his   hciimi.Mrte^  hei;c   at   his  I Kilorts will be made to form   a   league ; Vonnsrer Dociiuca the :n,i>. ��� hotel   until the decision of the court o,  Minneapolis, Minn. Nov. LL���A.   A  .'inquiry   ,1ms    bceu     rendered,  uties, mayor  of   .'linnc ipohs,   today | friirnds of atlmiroi   tfchely   do   not  adored WIu  MHii^cr, tho   notorious [ pect lhat the verdict, or tlu: court   will  lit.       >;'i-.i|lllv       r,��lii --.'-.'        Il'lim  J I.  UiOd. E D rt.illili-.i-, Ola.; oi nit;  Sullivan J\liniii'4 eomo.my, ,o:.j .*!  member of she bOartl of control, wbi;'  has just arrived from Spokane, said  this week: �� "If wo can have 30 dayrf  of just fair weather, not to bitterly,  'cold, aud willi :m_ a heavy fall of snow,,  we 'vill m ilco a great showing on tne  smelter, \V"j have ��� everything in  shape now to "push the construction j  andrwe prppose to do it.'"    ,  Tim JIarysvllle 'Smelter.  ,  Nelson Tribune:    B. D, Smders, ot r  Spokane,  who is   interested   in    the  Maryaville   smelter   project,   was    ia  Nelson yesterday,on his way to Marys-  ville,   He says "the  promoters of  the  gohsinc intends,to  operate a- refinery  as well as a smelter^ and  further  fhat-,  the company has uo  connection   with'  the United States Smelter trust.    The  first object of   the   promoters   of   tho  smelter      enterprise   is     to    furnish'  a'i  economic   metliod   foi    niarlcetins.  the produce of tlie  Sullivan group  of*  jAjmpiwed  of  Elko,   Krank,    'Pin.dior  . Mcheud.   .V-ivie.     C.iMibrooU.     Lot:>  i  ue  ;.x-  i idi.:.: and J("  V..   A.   \h\  ment, and to this extent the smelter  iu its initial stages will be a -customs  smelter, purchasing sufficient ores ie  the distrut for tlie proper fluxing. It  is proposed to ship r.he silver from the  refinery tocJS"ew York but in respect of  the lead it is not yet determined  whether it ,wiii be sent to   the  Loudon  tub-  ii i-;   received   a  i . ...  ' UiWioition fron: die Ia.-iv ��� clun  ! regard   to   f nimog a   l-jagi:o  [ meaing will mi- l.el'i at.  'Ao   Kootena;  | hotel Tin .J.n-yiui.ig lo ii���.��l will! it  Wit'  and  .������.ilio   ici-iuitlv   lvh-.'-yl   i:--'!)!     the : w in any wiyv r- lollection on him and j market or to Mong Kong.  \:'iu:H��5'.'L'. .Male   pri-on   affer  serving I he will not   find   it   embarrassing   to  A" yi.irj of a Iiie   f.m.Umoc,   a   position ; to live in Wi-shin^on.    Lt is sa:.!, b.ow-  force. [ever, Urn' iidmu.-.l Sampson will not re-  i. t ..plain ov, tiy  L'i-ni- i* 11* i- i e  Si:i>-.  It.  I  i li  i e  i;  ;oc i  ;'. t r r  police  r.p  ir  i-'t. r.uii.  1C10  with    hi;  o  :.-;   no.v  .���'-co as i1 cicrl; in. a   i*vocer\  More.  J. 0, Th-own ye.-t.n-day closed a ecu- ' j y 0,r_p{,ntiC(,]iv t��.\cd tliat ho did not  I u.tcl  with too Nel-on omelter tor   tho  on:[>uL of the.'.  HI no  ir OM  ie iipproaehiu.; wn!  i :   iinri::y  'ly   >Vl-  {VU] MVM    \!i\] }M'->tTnit^'ttA.rlt,dAdliA  LjbJjiSUUUJLli    )Al^M]Ul bu rawhi,lovl; n*���y Au;yhe  yi,i;e  ii i-  ���^ iW  <E'^ AO rls  :��� W $3 M   ��� ft /p O ��* ^STO|.  ������>- 'wfe1 <l.~+' ^aLjs v*s<ij '-W ji^Ab. --ij-^ sL. M.A.  ���Agradc'sttitr will bo Khiypcd inul-'t.i  i quantity -altogether, do pm"'-1 is upon- -tl  j l/yigth ort.be raw!iii-3ing!o,ca':V.m;' aHm',  a a A i>ros:-'nt something over   A'A'   to:  lilin:- y:jyiyc!';l;,. vd.A  w         .b'i per cent copper,  i-:l r:e,hl, ".or dii'. i.o v.ar.! A accenr  p isiiion t'.i'I v-i.i.-hl o>r:y '-.Uh. it  ie.-st bit of rci.'iiity. t'pwi the  ee of hi'* fr:\ei.-.os he dei'.idtxl U. ro--  the offer.  i;   i) 1 u  ivvi'iA-*  "*.'0 f:'~'  ���    v     ...        _,.      I y-,vv A!U|>iii:.:s- Iiiu>0)ov.  Ufa fiX  -A  ".^'AAV|  W'v/c^  --a 'd Wl    ���['  .Tlio'M.o\-i<!'. bvihiln'u' Co.  is A.  ������IP ai5di)liiiiii= i,-,,,:, ���;������,,.,, mi- -i ?0  ������'^���^'--"   -   ������.-������.���-.   ,    -.- ' | tho-mill A; v-niiiMi' V'-A'   '-:V"-:rrt  OH'.-.'.?.r..q Of1'^  A'v   Aaa y   '.! pa.;::*;iiio{yr,i;cordorc; qAacc,  :;i-y   vA'i j Way AWoypWiW ���li.vic^'.V; haa. -been  AiydAod; ffPSAAAtA;W::oyk, Ao Wreptou, ,  liiud' -lOtl W-rcW  I'jlMllllOV  Co.   isynakiiyy    The ���; Createn    school -tiow, hrir,   od  vv.' a\:d ��� jyyy   AA Hew, .ehoob bliiiiliiiij io  ���ln,!-ily-. j Ia ^a orerted.  i  'main in   W.'-hinglon  if   ioar-admiral  .Schley '"--- suslainoii,   out withstanding!  I S,u;:|--!(m lia-' bought a house here aud  [it has been announced by   his   friends  that   vould   not ;! iiat Lu: vi'ill remain indolinitoly.    Tuo  ��� old ���report   had    In or:     revived     tli.'.t  1 .idr.rlvai Schley v, ill, if he is vindicated,  . bi ..,*,- W1 :";a::ist lhc--(-  v.'h.o   defamed  ��� oi*'-'.,    Vflim;   elate   friend-;     ot     the  1 ad in iralyvc re asked   tixlay   about the  A Wiie-walo i" t.hc'rutnof they  said ; there  ..,____;��� . wiii nothing specially.new   in   the re-  ,;A ri-c-yiya.   .''���"���'   ; P��r|A   .Admiral Sohiey will not discuss  "   W"-   :'������-      A f die ijLibiec't on    the Aground    that   he  for., thei  JKonlU'oitsa out of Uusjiltiil.  Tl:. Sandon Paystrealc, under tin;  caption of hospital m-tc-, .says thaf  | Gordon ^to;ikiiouijt\ who reeoi"eil h,  oomuiiuutud fraotr.ro r\e tlio ieg in tlio  Minnesota mill about iwo months ago  will bo discharged ne-vt,  week.  i����~siy-y  NV  "i?_"t::t  pii.it-itic.nE.  eiv     Vork,    AT iv'. J.").'���B u-   _'uver,  ���)7|   cents.    Imad,   piice' for    miners  and.amid to i'6; iji-I-o i A- at tbi; close. Copper, brokers' price;$ lb.87 "@; $17.-'  i  London,' iVov. 15.���Wad ��lI 3s 9J.  couhl'uot talk at. t'o.is lime,  Notlteof J.Ccetluir.  ���CiT. K.���.ClcarJ.Ks: X,ant?.  The C. PAR. is ���.having tho   strip   of  j round betsvoeu the station   and1 Vie-1'  yppointed  . A meeting of those   connected a with j toria street -oleaned, which adds greatly  the sinking of a shaft on- Lamb  creek I to the appearance of the   placo.    It is  ���I  f.  i  Aiv'll bo hold at thf '..eader will.;? tiomor-1 :;aid thai, -the :uy;tii.n: iioi.t.-n.  :!'���:,.���   ( W; A:i V';��'���:'. A ' A A'i*    11.,    'm.       A : : U 11   1  Will  '.>'.���   lUO'.'iA i' ! ' ��� >  I  : :.,,.[y\\ :.:iw :. '���. '   i.'O !'if?.-'A.d, j - 'I V-'intA;'- 'M-li"  I __j^^WyBeegB3gfryggW^ v^rr^rm  njMHIl'WtBB  SBKXsaatajkUFfw.-^raimffTaas,t a ft. \yyy-wrtiw: miasm- s&!Emn*x*rnr,-xr-*B.*. ���..��.������ <t-�����J^,,��iT y^^ j^ nii,iiww7��  tssau  jj.--i ...������^gz3i^aB^*��^~"-^-^*T?i!aaB>U3gg��s'gac.ff 'irMLvmagaBBBgan t+ rfiw��wywwinTwaii  IE MOYIE UAffij ^tPZrzSL*.*  --r=.-~^r-j.--rrr=-T���. ���-���:r=:r=== | win ter toiJtit Jbdayaiid r3��ii:ii'!:eil thai  .blisbed in the ictercct of the ni-n���lJ a">' v.'qr=iaii with-co=_rn:ci.r eohcc coulc  ���r  that  published in the jut crept of the peopla* a"y v;o.!:ia�� v.'itlWorrmcm rente could  n{ w,,T:��� ���,,,i T-.    it,-'. ^e lvc'1 'dressed on ^300  a  yea  ol Jkoyie and Eact Ii.coter.ay "  r. j. snr-irz-iz ��t co.  PtsbllcUors  The J  I mibtress of the White  limine   further  ~1 ex-plained that hitherto she had   never  Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and. Perma-  nerxt Cure in all Oases.  w  bates 0" snFrcr:pT:o:i.  i spent that a'year, but she supposed   a  . ;|greater outlay would   now    be   aeces-  j  O^o  sary,  ���?~-00j     ]\lrs. .Roosevelt said   her   plan   had  SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT- OF POSTAL  WEtTE JOVR NAKE 4.15r_3�� ADDRESS TIAIWLY-  i'--.A  SATURDAY, 170V. 16.   1901.  Tfcrer.e is nothing like Asthmalene  ,-i  >  r &  i'ia  .in*-  %t  ii*  ���ii$  rT-fi  11 f7  i  W.���.''<!  ,.. i ..iii  i'i <&'  l     'J.l'VWi  '���iiil'tk  yj-p: J" vl W,#4ii  y<t-H ���,, ��� W-y-)3y  !    &��uf ,1.1 �� -I..-.   ' ���  ��� y  ty  i  y i  |'t-*f ���,, ��� us>-y-;5sr-  ' Rf ;���������[ :m 1#,  " "if  ri- ���.  jij ,3'  dt�� IU.  Tlie St. Eugene mine  produced more lead  during tlie year 1Q0O  than any other single  producer in the Province, or nearly as much  as the combined output  , of the entire Slocan dj's-  "trict.���Minister of Mines.  THE   XOIVLUVQHT   TltOl/lSLE.  Nelson'Tribune: The refusal of Mr.  Labartlic to take thc management of  \hc Le Koi smelter,at Northpqrt unless  lie was given a free hand in 'ehiployin&,  the men who worked under   .him   nml  j been to buy three gowns a year, and lo I       -,- -.  j get tho best of material and to employ (Ifc kriurjs Aslant   relief,  'even   in   tho  tlie best. W lists. ' Theue gowns were a J ^'0T^ CUBps- ll G^'"Cd wheB sH,sl��3  street (irotfs, of cloth usually of a tailor- ] Ii;"s'  made effiid; nn evening gown ai;d ai Tho Bhv. C. F. V/JSLLS, oi Villa  gown which could be used ou ail oc-1 Ki,,Se�� in-> "-J'3-' "Tour trial bottle of  casions in the house. J Astlmisiiunfe leceived   in   good   iiondi-  Eycry   season " thia   thirifty   house-'{ lkn}'    T cftnn��t to" yow how thankful  wife  bus   her   attire   remodeled   an,j j J feel-?��r the good dqrived from   it.   I  was a'slave, chained witji.putrid sores  throat and Asthma- for tf-_i' years. 1  despaired of ever being cured. I saw  your advertisement for tlje cure of this  ing the very best  of everything.    Her J dreadful ana tormenting  disease, As-"  trimmed with the late trilies, and by  this program has' always a complete,  wardrobe of up-to date costumes  Mrs. Roosevelt believes in   purch.is-  childreo wear'sailor hats/but she pays  ijip apiece fojr Lhem and "'(.hey last for  yeard. She laughingly acknowledged  the sailor'hat Archibald rsnew wearmg  adorned the head ;of l^erhiit for two  summers. *  Mrs. Roosevelt'wjll go to JYew A'ork  next niOnlh to attend io some details  regard'ini-; her wardrobe for the   winter  Jlio .denial   of   tinifc   reotiest   by- Mr.  --.-.��� u��� -,- ��� ---      ,/1 She ji fond of  black  and,, white com-  FrecbeViJlOj the 'London   director   oj i ���������  tlie LeJioi-company, should open   tho  bmaiion  eyes'of "those who imagine   this   is 'a      The gown for the.  New   Year's  ���freecountry.    Men like Mr, iVecheville  '*  li"}r'  r--Jtt ,.  if tit.  -i.'i ���'  ;-1 fu  ill      Vj,   ��J|  ���'-"��� . -a'  i, i a M  ir if' c&  ill  ,-saythey  will  not be dictated^to  by  labor unions; that they must  have  a  freehand to employ'whom tbey'pleasel  "mid discharge those they employ when  ���fhey please.    This is tho doctrine they  .'preach ; but it doas not  appear  to   be  the principle  they practice    Mr.  La-  'bartlie lias   a ��� good   reputation   as    a  smeltenmn ; had he not such areputa-  "iion, it is likely   he   would  have been  'selected'to take tho mi;na"gcment of "a  smelter of the size of the one at North-  port?    His reputation''as a smelterman  as his capital, and, like  all capitalists,  'he is unwilling to risk it  on' an   uncertainty.    The uncrlainties at North  port! are of two kinds.-,   Oneisthe con-  'the  ie  ception, her first oflioial appeaninpe as  mistress of the White House, 'will' be  of white satin made on severely plain  linos and trimmed with told lace, an  heirloom.���Chicago Chronicle.  the  Easl  i' On J'edislribiitloii.  In    regard"'  to     redistribution  Nelson   Tribune, divides  So'ulh  Kootenay as follows:  "All    that   portion   of  So-th   East  Kooleoay lying east of   the 'Kootenay  . ���,     .....,v^���,���H,l     OIJ.lOI-llVJll  river should be made into   one   riding,  hauste.d iny own skill as well as  thina, and thought you Had overspoken  yourselves, but resolved 'to "give it a  trial. To my"aslonishinent, thp trial  acted like a charm. Send me p. full-  size bottle."  i ' 5 {  Rev- Dr- Morris Wechsler,    '  . Babbiof tli'e Cong.    Biiai Israel.  '      New York, Jan. :i, 1001.-  Drcs. Tafx Bros'. 'M-cpiciisii Co.,  Gentlemen ; ' Your Asthmalene ie an  excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay  Fever, and Fits  composition   alleviates ?,  all troubles which combine ' with As-'  thrrm.'; its success is astonishing and  wonderful. ','''''  Alter having H carefully   analyzed,  we can   state   t.hat  Aatbmolene  contains no opium; morphine, ohlo'rofornvor ether.   Very truly yours,  ',   ������     '- '    t REV. DK. MORRIS WECHSLBR.  Avon Srauras, N. Y., Feb. 1,1001  Drt. Taft Bros. Msdiolve Co.     -     ' , ��� ���  , Gentlemen :��� I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested,  the wonderful effect of your Asthmalemy for the cure of asthma. ' My - wife'  has been affiicted.with spasniodie asthma for the past 12  ye'aro.    Havino-  ex-.  JAKM*NEIuSON. proprietor,;  ���i *��� '   ���    _        -'���     i?  Miners .headquarters.    'Good .accommodations   for  travelers.'    Best^vinea  .-"liquors ��nd cigars kept ina tock.     , ,  Lake ��hore Addition MOYIE  :-ji  "'1^1*  i'l/'E'  - ii .���,' -ii.*  ' 'nition"or~tire   plaiTt7~"the" other  skiilfulness   of   the   labor  employed.  ���'.. ��� hi  i. Ft-   l-ip, Kb  ("i.A:. m'tiw  Until assured that the one ia in proper  with Fort Steele as the��� central point_  Such a riding would be an important  one, with Pernio, Michel, Elko and  Fort Steele as trade centers. All that  portion of South East Kootenay lying  west of tho Kootenay river and all that  portion'of West Kootenay known as  Goat River mining division lying east!  of Kootenay river and lake   would   be;j.  i many ol hers, I chanced to see ' vour sign,  upon your windows on I30th street,,New, York', I at once obtained u bottle ��oJ'  Asthmalene, My wife commenced taking it about .the first of November. I  very soon noticed a radical improvement." After "using one bottle her asthma  has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I reel that I can  consistently recommend the medicine to"all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.    Yours respectfully,'   ��� ��� 0. J). PHE.LPS," M, D.  Dr. Taft Bbos. Medicine Co".   * ~ ' -. Feb. 5'1901  Wff>W\tfi  u;y  i'jy]  it a  lf  hi  Hit  111  I  1  '-.yr   i  ������ft a  .-Ij'.-       L  .- ��l *,  <������%:'.'  !'.'l      '  : ���-> ������  ������^ t  t -^ i  'MS  .  .f.n. it  Wi  i^  Ill  11  ���a .;*!  ��� *y  A'l F��  F ^  i  frand,   Theydo nod want uny each  privilege,  .instead, they want a free  hand nt hiring and discharging "scab".  Jabor only. ..    =.-..  F, .,81  .  ���   , 'fe ."-��?  M'("  ',t W .'-<:t  id -'Jf {?   *%  +t  f !*i ';��:������  ;���* i-A  "��� .B.ose Ciok'er like a good inany other;:',  after getting   thraalipd   he  gave   un  fighting.     Now   that  the   Tammany  Tiger has been caged it   will  probably  be some years beforo it will bo allowed  freedom again.    Mr. Croker ia  getting  up in   years,    and 'sj-.ows  good  judgment in retiring.     Me may need what  pioney he >>:_s to keep  house  in   England; and-tdoelioiia in  New   York  lire  expensive.  if'  fcXf-i  a:  f.f"  Mt9^  lA-k- ,i\ hi".  :ia:  mt$ki  ���ii)  !ii tA  The  Kamloop^   Sominel  has  been  figuring  on   the   "Jong   haul"   height.  mystery.    It finds   it   can   ship   mii-j  chinery from Montreal to Sidney, Aus- f  tralia, thence to Vancouver and thence J  to"Kamloops for 11 cent, per hundrp 1  Jess than the charges over tho C. P. IL.  from Montreal   to   Kamloop.s   diioct.  To Sidney the charges is" .^LSOper J.0O,  and toKamloops(fromMontreal) !}i3.70.  ���;��� fioaa 0��_or tJw'.Ona way Trail*  Li Hung Chant?, the richest man in  the"world, has sbdfrled ofTan^ gone to  the happy huniing grounds af the Con-  fusiaiiei.    IA  v/atj   worth   $750,000,000  before he died and stole all his   money  himself as he started as   a slave  boy  towing a canal    boat   ou   the   Yellow  liyer.    As a poetic retribution lie   will  probably be condemned to everlastingly tow ii boat loaded   with   hi,s   wealth  up and down the river Styx while link  yellow   dtyds   piod   him    with   gold  speaifc. and roll red hot pennies at him  down thc- banks of perdition..���San don  Paystreak. , <  07^ Eaet i20th sfc'.( ^Yew York City,  TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY  FREE 0r\! RECEI PT  m POSTAL,  Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing D��. TAFT BROS/ MEDICINE  CO., 79 East. 130th St.. N. y. Ciiy      ' ,  SOLD BY ALL DKITGaiSTS.  2fIJSpmtSTkX>Tt JilUSTIUiJCRS c.O.  lager Beer, Porter and fettled  Beer Always on Hand. ������'���'���  Quality not e^mim'i^ tfeg QQm&y.- Try. it aiit) -  titUUKWXK*W2*T  trnmu*M*an i-pii ���. i im.ini>i_imt  ANOTHER BIS CAR COMING!  Bookes T.' Washington, when he  visited Windsor castle during a tn'p to  Europe, was entertained at tea by  Queen Victoria, and while in Paris attended a banquet which,, was presided  over by United States Ambassador  Porter, the late ex President Harrison,  Archbishop Ireland and other.  I'avorH Si;ite, Orgui)ii;ritiori,  .Denver, tfov.    K-.���The    executive  1 board of the   Western   federation   of  Miner,, which is in session here, today  discuss-jod tho advisability of   organisations fctate federations of   miners,  and  the fovorite sentiment was unanimous.  Arrangements will tiike a more definite  form when the'board gets  through   its  revision of tbe constitution, which   begun this afternoon   and   will   probably  Jiisjt a week.  In order to make room for this car we will give  10 per cent discount on all bebroom- sets, of  which we" have a large assortment, sold for  cash for ten clays.  fi'f&in  ;T  Music racks, easels, screens, filled and unfilled,  made up in oak, mahogany, bamboo and enameled.. These are moving fase. Send in your  order at once so you will get your pick.  'ootenay ���Furnitnre Co* Limited.       ' 4 ^  CllANBROOK, B. C  JO.EJVSWJV   BROS.  | Thw Hotel is New and well Furnished.   The  .Tables ai-e Supplied,with the Best the  Market affords. The, Bar is�� Filled with  une Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  AGJ5XTS   FOR PAJBST'rf 'JIILWAUKISE BEER,  v  Uf  'a  IS  vt'  vf  \t  a  VI?  \D  \!)  li)  �� n?iU rai��lN(i WEN *  X��, ~ -       ���      -r , ,   ._ ._ ...imiTTStt  COIaVMUIA    f  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  ��� -     ���    -r      ,, ._        ._        ...imi-nsm cor.U3iitj.\  J.  P. FINK, Sec'v.   ��������-*-  Loty   on   Victoria  street   ou  payments.    See D. J. Eimer.  eas\  i :�� it  ��� i,  Li Hung Chang' was tlie centrnl  figure on tlie Chinese, stage for tlie papt  40 years and during lhat period lie  accumulated a lorlune of {.fj00,000,000  or a dollar to every man, woman and  child in the Chinese empire, This  record shows that of all the booiliers in  history he was the most successful.  . H  The Movie hockey players should  not delay iu organizing so as to be  ready to get'dowu to business as soon  as the ice formes on .-the lake. -The  Moyie team has a record to make for  itself and should carry off its share of  ihe laurels this coming season  Harvey   ��&   McOarter,  fort s**i"-?:r-fc:,B.c  Ilarvoy, ArcCitrtcr & Alexander,  Barristers & Solicitors.  Mining Stock  66 I  l* II il I. Win  LEWIS THOMSON,  HffuJiBum iwawniiM  50.- .YEARS'.-  Li Hung Chang is said to have  ��� Buflered from gluttony. If it is true  that he ate the whole of a fat duck  while he was ill, no' one will be  astonishep that he died. Inieineper-  unce in eating is bad as well as in-  it ui peril nee in drinlcing.  Trade?. NIap.&s  "���'������������::������. Ossi^r-is-i.-.-  Jf CORYKIGHTS &C.i  AnvonesondiiiK a sUotoh find aeacrlptiortmny  quickly ascertain otu-opinion free-iTfaetUer-;nn  tive.il. on is probnblr pntontai.leA Corararinic���  ��1^^/^ricV^^3ifldonMalvHt^auo��fc<>n-'^tSS��--*  sent fr��e. Oldest iweucy for-seturinK patonts.-  .Patents t.-iKiid through jiunrt & Co. re"ojVa  ������trcctei.notf.ee, wilbout ctiirtro" iu the       J-e-0JV��l  -.Scientific Mmmm:  A linndHomeiy lllnatrnted vreoKly. Larcrost clr.  cuifition of any scieiit.Ule journal. Terms, S3 n  ��nir<H allr iT10nth^��� il' S(/ d bya11 newsdcnlew,  mum S Co,361B'fc*d*a'Jew Vort  CRANBHOOK.  JJaily market prices  by   wire  from Spokane.  Gity    Shaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  IToi'ARY FviiLic, Accountant, Commission and  Insurance Aojsnt.  A����A��EKr  Moyie,  B,  C.  NELSON,  13. C  W. I\ GURD,  HAitiij.s-ncii, sor-iciTon, j:tc  CRANimOGK,  m*vn*nw*upamt+*  B. C.  ^���.TJESJL,EY-CJ^XNE, Vroju  Mo,yie,B. C.  B; A. ���'3E__LT'bft'.  Cornrnisaion ^.and ' Insurance  Agent.   -.        ���    ''��'���.'���'  'ijfi^'^tdRK'-Liiris,  toNl)'bif Aikb LJ^aAmiM,  Lhitmix .ok BlicoicLYN  Insurance Co.'s  Port Steele, B. 0.  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  treated.'. Waters.. of all  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphons.  S  Prest, the photographer, has just received the finest lot  of wmouldings in  East Kootenay.  W, A^ Prest,      v  Photographer,  Crinbroolt,,  Moyjo,     Fort Steele.  Will Visit Movio on  Tuesday anil We ��a  'THE   POST. OFFICE  DliUG & STATIONERV STORE.  TOILET ARTICLES, -  PATENT MEDICINES,  OFFICE STATIONERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  P, D. HOPE,  Ciicinist 11 ml DriiK  MOVIE. J*. C  O. F. DEriAULNIER,  UKAI Eli  I>>?  wj���^aUMugwaimviiiiriiiiw)Kaw����Miiii .wifti.Muy i^gn i.jmuhitw ���        ' A A        AA   '  subsckikk for the leader. Clueen's Ave.'-   MOYIE  PROMPT.'DELIVERY. THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  3Iyglcr'.et, of ihe Soil.  The mysteries locked up in the soil  are     only slowly being  made  plain,  tjv yeiir, decade by decade,' cen-  year  tlie work goes  ;mds  GRANTS  I''UhL  PSP m- ��� PK'bMIS3IOK    TO  U on, t"m ** hm'^ OF  on. "  turv by century  In 'til civilized      i;nius are scientists  Innh'in'"- themeclvtjs to the problems.  ' ciieiiiif^. ljot-anis'ts, biolog-ists iuid  ���Coio"'ists all find in this quarter  rooii-'enonglitfor their labors. And  the lanner has need of all this kind  of help he can fret. ' To nearly every  cultivator of, the soil to-day, as in  the past, the thing lie cultivates is  an unknown factor. He knows it is  sandy or clayey, wet or dry, rich or  poor   but those things are  but   .the  ��� beiiUiningut wisdom. -     -      -  ',    Ihe.itor l-'ur  Uelow SunU(jlit.  jn Poland there, is a .theatre which  ' was formerly a. section of a nalt'  . mine, 'i'lje (jiioer playhouse lies some  .-00 fi:ot below, the earth, and is  liiditi-'l throus'Iiout by eloctricily. It  hulds nearly .'{,000 people, aud is one  (,f tin.' most comfortable theatres in  t})C (ijimtJ-y. The' Devonshire Park  Tliua-iJ-e at KnsUiounit-. England; is  in what aiipears to be-a comfortable  country itiiiMiion surrounded, by gor-  {ryoii--- gardens with winding' walks.  ij'jic Aii.^i^sippi Hiver has- boasted of  |-(i.yiy: 'tlientre in tiie. form of', a  carrying   a     dramatic  coinp ',('>  JijllCf.  Was  hi  the Clutch- ef Br  ease���Suffered All  of This  'right's    JJis-  thc Symptoms  fearful  ?,Ialady~But  fie  look Dodd's Kidney Pills in Tilne  by doctors,  incurable nial-  , fi  river iti-iiincf  *.ud moving- from, plact to  C. (J. RICHARDS & Co.   ���  \Hi\r Sirs,���I    have "great  faith   in  3II>\\!WS   LIN'pfENT,  as last year  ���'I cund    a horse of r<King-bone",' with  five bottles.       ' ��� '   ���       ��� ���      ���  ft blistered the horse but in1 a  month there was no, ring-bone, and  do lameness.  '.    -    DANIEL M URCmSON.  ���Pour Falls, N.   B. ���      ���."'  Kxc-sses in youth aro drafts upon  old age, payable about 30 years after date.  TEE PUBLIC should bear in mind  that Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil bos nothing ln common, with the, impure, deteriorating class of so-called medicinal oils.  It In eminently pare and really efficacious  ���relieving paia and lameness, stlffiMiss  ot tjie Joints and mnscles, and sores or  harts, besides being an excellent; specific  for rboaniatlfim, coughs and bronohlal  oomplalnte. \ -n  Tbe Newry, 'Ont., cheese factory  c'lpfaired the' gold medal at the Ot-  tnwa fair.  SOZQDOWTTOOTH POWDER 2.5c  , a cow which ate a,lot of- bank, bills  was slaughtered by "a farmer near Ottawa, and the fragments of the bills  were taken from its stomach and  sent to tho Bank of Ottawa. ThV  clerks found the fragments to be of  bills worth ��135. ........      "  ROUTE     FAST TIME  TO  tunW    v' i    L 28'~^^1)-A for-  i(,fJn1!l",,lan    is   J'Vank ��*ar-  chance he waa saved' from that modern    cur.se    LO    dreaded  Lnght's   Disease,   th  a-dy of the Kidneys.  Tlie story of Alr.(.ha.r .rand's escape  rom  this   dreadful   disease    is best  told m his own words :  "Lhad been gxvatiy troubled by  my kidneys for two years, sjnce having a dose of the grip. i suftered  with backache" and I always felt  drowsy ami very heavy in..the ���limbs,  with, freijuont severe headaches, and  onener still .severe pains in the top  of my head which,-prevented me from  do.ng- my work as I would JJko to do'  it., Often my fingers and legs would-  cramp and occasionally I felt pains  in the loins, and a very heavy dizzy  feeling with shortness of breath, and  Piun in the left side- Sometimes I  would eat very good 'meals and other  tunes f would take a biscuit and , a  cup of tea, and that would finish my  meal. I had tender spots over the  backs of the spine and felt verv tired  in the, region of the kidneys, with a  dragging, heavy feeling across ' the  loins, in short there was no doubt I  was suffering from Bright's JDisease. ���  ��� 'I kept, taking the medicines the  doctors gave me all this time, but  the\ did me no good. A few weeks  ago I chanced to tell a friend that J  had given up hope.  ' '" ' Why don't you try Dodd's Kidney Pilte?' he told n'ie.  "I went directly to, thc drug store  and got 'throe boxes, which I have  used 'and which have so much 'improved my health that without hesitation I say I am sure it is' but a  matter of a short time till 1 .become  completely and permanently cured." \  TREE CULTURE,  VESTIBULE TRAINS  Through dining- aud sleeping ��� cars  TO  PEG  PAUL  With close connection for Chicago  nnd  ail   points   in  Ontario.  Quebec, Maritime Provinces  Eastern and AVestern States     v  nnd  Pacific; Coast.  Excursion Tickets via Great Lakes  Wr Further Information apply; .to  a-ny Canadian Northern Agent  Wiimi���__r City Ticket, Telograph and Freight  oftico, 431 Main St.'     QE0��� H. SHAW,  TraHic Mnna'por'  Tol. 891.  In setting out nn orchard keep together  ail of the same variety.  A dead limb is a source ofdisoase, and  it shows-lack of vitality in "the tree.  Never crowd the fruit trees.' Give  plenty' of room for air aud sunshine.  If tliej cherry ,(ree is set in, ordinarily  rich ground, it will not need fertilizing.  The willow, elm/poplar or locust should  never be planted too close to wells or  drains.-  - Rubbish of any sort should not be left  in the, orchard. It harbors vermin nnd  insects.        ^  A tree with an open head is not as likely to be attacked with mildew as oue that  is crowded.  ' *  Pruning when the tree is growing: or in  .leaf checks growth. A feeble tree should  never be pruned lifter growth begins.  In taking up a tree for transplanting  the greatest enre must be exercised to _e-  cnie as much of the root system as possible.  Anything in the nature of lye will destroy the apple tree borer or the young  borer before it penetrates the, bark very  far, but once well in the bark a wire must  bo used.  Deep holes in planting a tree are a disadvantage, especially in a clay subsoil, It  i.s not wise to have a tree Btaud in a well  from which the water will not settle  away. The soil for trees needs to be well  drained.  Ail wounds on trees are the better for  being painted, tarred-or covered with  some substance to keep out water. Then  thc bark covers over the wound little, by  little, and no rotting of the inner wood  takes place.  Not Kxplicit Kiiou_.li.  1 Sir Loinstake���Waiter, bring Bte  some oysters. They must not be too  salty, and, above all things, they  small, nor too large, nor too fat ana-  must be cold, but, not too cold,.and  I want them quick!  Hammond Aigs (waiter) ��� Yns.  sah; but yo' ain't ilotio' specify yet  whether' you wants 'em wil" or wif;  out pearls,  sah.    ,  THE GREAT  DISMAL SWAMP. .  *   Cteeloa   Strnnio   and   _ntere_(����te,  -Welra nnd Solitary.  The Great Dismal swamp is a region  Grange ami interesting, weird and soil-  i-i-y. It occupies a billowy plain 'some -W  miles in length by 25 miles in breadth  lions the Atlantic seaboard, extending  from Suffolk, Va., in a southerly diree1  tion, well into the bounds of North Carolina.  Its deep shades, great stretches ot  brake and its solitude make it a regioa  of Interest. To the naturalist and sportsman it has much to offer. In its silent  fastnesses the black bear find3 a hom*  admirably adapted to his protection an_  in every way favorable to his increase.  Here amid the dense growth of underbrush and timber he may live in comparative safety, arid there is perhaps n��  locality in the whole eastern Unite,  States of like extent which can offer t  larger tear' jwpulation than this greet  morass. The white tailed deer ia also aa  abundant denizen' of the swamp, trt-  quenting th* elevated.parts. ,j  In addition to the deer and bears, thesis �� big game feature of a rather uausuil  nature. The swamp abounds ia will  cows. These animals, of a brown color  and Bomewhat smaller than the ordinar?  cow, having for many years been under  the-peculiar conditions of the swamp, until they are almost completely specialized  are extremely wild. They are feralizei  from the herds of the farms adjacent tt  the uwamp, rind are the descendants of  cattle which many years back wanderei  into the fastnesses and were lost to their  ownern,'finally becoming wild. Being na  longer recognized as property the snorts  man may call game all that ho may'hav*  the prowess to shoot. '  . LakeDrummond, sonWten miles fron  Suffolk, Va��� is the only great'body of  water in the swamp. It is a beautiful,  sheet of water, of an oval contour and  fringed with a heavy growth of timbei,  mostly cypress, white, cedar and black  gntfi. Its water is of' a dark color owing  to the decaying vegetation 'of, the surrounding ._eeuntry. but is suitable .ti)  drink, and possesses the quality of remaining pure longer" than most other  water.' For this reason it is often carried t.o sea by sailors on long.voyages.   '('  The characteristic mammalian fauna is  o"f a semiti-opical nature as regards tie  smaller forms,' while there are " many  tropical plants. Of birds.there are not  many, kinds, prothonotary, hooded anil  Swaincon's warblers and the Maryland  yeliowthroat being the principal smaller  .forms. Tbe trees, some of which are  primeval, are large, and beautiful, while  there is a luxuriant growth of ferns and  nrjuatic plants. Cane grows in profusion , ���"  '  A- TEACHER'S WOftRIK  FJtEQUEXTLY      JtESUlAT      I*.'  13KEAKDOWN Of" HEALTH.'  Headaches, Backaches, ' Dizziness,  Poor 'Appetite and Insomnia the  Outcome���How to Avert These  Troubles.  BABY'S ILLS.  Every Mother Should Be in a Position to Promptly Relieve the Minor Ailments of Her Little Ones.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  TIME TABLE  tmult Sto. 51 ario, Owon Sound, Tor-  ^"���'"''d Eastvin Lakes. Monday, Thursday and Saturday.....  luos., Fri., and Sun... A  Montreal, Toronto, Now York and  T?����� oh ?ia ��llU<m�� daily. Ay....v..  Wit, Portago and intermediate points  daily ... -.-..  .1  Molson, LdcduBoanotandinterme-  ���    diutoi points, Tlmrs. only ........  1 ortago la l>rairio,I3randon,Calgary,  Poison and- all   Kootonay and  .. nucodsfc'points, daily...;.........  i. ortago la Prairio. Brandon and in-  tor media to points  daily oxcept  '   bunday ............. .\...      .       y  ���Ulaclstoiio, Neopawd, MinncdosiAaiid  ������ I'ltorine&uito points, daily except  Q   .fciuidayy............ .;���     . ..  ��no;il Lako, Yorkton and iutormed-  # �� p0,J,?t3' Mow... Wed., and Fri.  rc��� ?ll%l -Tkurs., and Sat............  Kapid Cifcv,-Hainiota, Miniota,Tuos-  .   day, Eiiur. and Sat ..............  Mou.. Wed., uuel Fri.  LV  16.00  AK  10.15  16,00 110.15  $.00  18.00  points, daily oxcopt Sunday "Via  Brandon .......  . .  Ulonboro, Soinis and 'intermedial  Pin^lt3, 4ail/.��ooRf Sunday   'P^tono. Kostoa, Areola and inter  wS^atoPoints, Mou., Wed., and  *n. via Brandon  OrotS��� % ilnr-i ^,fc-" v!{li Brandon..  ^o^tfaalkirk, JIou., Wed. andfiri.-.'.  ���>��� W, LliONARUW   Gen Supt.  7.30  16.S0  7.30  7.30  7,30  7.S0  8.20  7.30  0.05  7.30  !i'.^0  l-i.10  1S.30  t'2.20  7.fi0  The Bank of Montreal recently  clared a dividend of 5 per cent,  its capital' of S.12,000,000 for  ciurrei,t ''rail year.  di^-  on  tho  "Wo have no hesitation In saym? that Dr.  r. D. Kellogg'sDys-jntery Cordial io without  loubt tho best medicine over introduced for  dysentery, diarrhoea, chohra and all sum-  mer complaints. _co sickneaa.ejc, It I"������^  iv pives relief and never fails to ctlec-t a poa-  itiro cure. Mothers ehould novor be without  d bottle when their children are teething.  C. Ii,  13.30  I4.S0  22.30  :.so  22.30  22.30  15.45  22.30  15.15  22.3C  1f.SC  m:yj  to.oc  is.se  The entrance lo Bidcau canal from  the Ottawa river is' partly^ blocked  with sawdust. Many complaints /have  readied  the /'government. A.-  SOZQDONT for theTEETH 25c  William Howard,, of Ottawa, who  owns : lot. I'I ia thc" first "range, of  Templeton township, claims to have  discovered a, pot of trold on his fami.  He reftises to tell what' thc value of  the gilded find is. A  The baby who is always plump al-'  ways' has, a' good appetite, always  lias a clear eye and a rosy cheek,  and is always active.and playful)' is  the choicest treasure this life affords.  The'medicine,which keep? babif-s in  such a condition or which restores  them to it -when they axe ill is certainly a priceless boon to humanity'..  There are many medicines which produce sleep, Uut their action upon tlie  child is similar to that which whisky  or opium has upon a full grown man.  They deaden and stupefy and are the  most injurious things which' can be'  given to .children.  The only safe course is  to use nature's' remedies.    Nature  has  provided a vegetable cure for every ill. and  her  remedies  for  children's"disorde/s  are      scientifically      compounded    in  Baby's Own Tablets.   For diarrhoea,  constipation,     colict     simple     fever.'  croup, irritation when  teething, indigestion   and     all  the     disoiders    of  children so familiar "to mothers,  this  remedy  is  conceded  by the    medical  profession   to  be without an equal.  Its effect is gentle, soothing, promptly curative and1 never-failing.    It will  save pain,  anxiety,   doctor  bills  and  perhaps   a   life.   ' AH   mothers   who  have used  Baby's  Own   Tablets   for  their    little    .ones   speak   of  them   in  terms  of warmest praise.    Mrs.  Ben.  Seward,  Forfar,   Ont., says:   "I have  used   Baby's  Own Tablets   and   .can  highly recommend them  to  ad mothers.   ~My baby was cutting his teeth;  and was very cross when I first gave  them to him.   They acted like magic;  he cut his teeth almost without my  knowing it,   and gave him such case  that they proved a blessing both to  tho child and myself..    He   has   not  been sick since 1 gave them to him,  and T would not be without them in  the house."   Baby's Own Tablets can  be procured  at   any    druggist's,    or  will be sent post paid on receipt   of  2."-;   cents   by  addressing   the  Dr.   Williams' MetUcine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont-  From the Review, Windsor, Ont.  Only those'engaged in thu teaching  profession realize' how, in^.t care,  worry and perplexity is met with  daily. lt is therefore little wondor  that there, are so many health  breakdowns, especially among young  ladies who follow this calling. ' Miss  Christine Pare, of Ojibway, Ont., is  on-i who has siuflered much, in ,this__ respect. To a reporter of.the Windsor  Iteview, Miss, Pare'said : "For several years, while, teaching school, I,  ti ied several doctors and medicines,  but got no relief. T-became so badly  run down that T thought possibly a  change of employment would'give me  relief. I guve up my school and  tried other duties, but the result was  disappointing as the trouble seemed  to havo taken a firm hold upon nie.n>  The headaches grew more and more  severe, my appetite failed me, and 1  .was frequently compelled to ��� take a  resi in order to overcome dizziness.''  A friend advised me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.., I decided . to' try  a box, and before they were all used.  I found much relief. I continued taking the pills for some time longer,  every day gaining new health and  strength,' and ,riow I feel as-well as  ever 1 did in my life,'and am never  bothered with the old troubles. You  may say, therefore, that there is nothing I can recommend so highly as  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.*"  Young- girls .who are pale and  weak, who' ' suffer, from backaches,  headaches, loss of appetite, ��� palpitation of the heart, and other .symptoms that. overcome so many in  early womanhood, will find a certain  and speedy cure in Dr. Williams',.  Pink Pills.' These pills makes rich,  red blood, strengthen the nerves, and  give new life ancl vigor' to the whole  body. The genuine bear the full  name, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ��� for  Pale People on the wrapper around  every box. Sold by all dealers or by  mail post paid at 50 cents a:b,ox or'  six boxes for $2.50 by addressing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.    ���    -  There is no bottar er more useful gift than a piano  and to be sure it is a good one buy tho WILLIAMS  and make noxnistaka. It is perfect in fcono ancl action and it -will stand tho hard usage of tho beginner. Pricos run according to case. Workmanship  the same fn all. We also sell organs, phonographs,  etc., aoa Eldredge "JJ" Sewing Machines.  FORRESTER   &   HATCHER  Y. II  C. A. Bit.,        Portage Ave.,        Winnipr-  VS''"OXFORD CHANCELLOR?.  STEEL  RANGE  Has won an enviable reputation in tho Stove world, in its  construction every important  improvement has 'been added  which has made it the most  desirable stetsi runge for domestic use.  Every dptejl has been care-  iully studied to make it efficient, and wo are proud to offei1  it to you &s a modol of elccl  range contraction at a reasonable price. ���  Wc rcaku this magnificent  gleel rango as illustrated -with  four or eix1 ISTo. 0 cooking  holes*. II has a 'largo copper  reservoir, is fitted with im-,  proved duplex grate to burn  .any kind of coal; tho oven ,is  large and is ljncd with asbestos board. - "  '    n  It will bdko biscuits in THREE MINUTES nsincfii very .small quantity of coal.  Pri'cG as illustrated,     ( with 1 J*o. 1* cooking holes ��55.OO ".P. O. B.  (to bum coal or-wood)*} , "   C No. 9     " "      S60.00 5 at Wpg.  -Wo privc, .guarantee with every ran i?o sold,.     If not kept in stock by your local  E,t'jvo dealer, wrifco us for further particular*,. '  CO.,   Limited, Winnipeg  M0toti��=Rxa_uE3M     ia��ii ii���_����������mm n  in~><w_j�� i'iH_mxi��  Wealth is a bottomless sea in  which honor and consciousness may  be drowned.  DYSPEPSIA A.XD INDIGESTION���0.  W,. Snow j_ Co., Syracuse, N. Y., write':  Please send us cen gross of pills. We are  selling moro of - Parmelee's Pills than any  other pill we keep. They have a great 'reputation for the cure of Dyspepsia nnd Liver  Oomplaint." Mr. Charles A, Smith, Lindsay, writes: "Parmelee's Pills are an excellent medicine. My sister has been troubled  with severe headache, but these pills have  OBS*d her."  Some alsike'clover 5 feet .in height  was grown by J. II. W:right,_o�� Eed  Deer,  Aita.  MINARD'S LINIMEM' Meres Neuralgia:  Mr. II. 11. Sloan, of Kimball, Man.,  had  an excellent yield of grain.    His  wheat    averaged 4.2  bushels' to  acre, while his oats went 55.  the  The man who praises what he intends to purchase ami ���.���numerates  tends to purchase and enumerates  thc faults of what lie means to sell  is honest enough to foci lonesome in  this di/.xy old world.  State of Ohio, City of Touedo, |  Lucas County, J   '  FEAR'S J. Ch*hby makes oath that be is the  senior .mrtner of tha ilrm of K. J. Ckktey A  Co., doing- buisiiie^s iu th�� Cliv of Tolodo;  County ����d Statu aforetMi.Vis.rNi that paid firna  will my the nom of ONR HUMORED DOL-  i.AKB for each ��nd every case of catarrh thu  cannot be cured by the ns�� of Hall's CA7AKKH  Cxjkts. ���   ,   ���     FRANK J. CHiGiN'HY.  Sworn to before me and, subscribed in rov  presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 18S6.  A  . A. W. GUSAhON,  \ seal j- ' ' A'otary Public.  flail's Catarrh Cure is tnkrn internally and  ads (iiiectlv on tho hlood RnA muoUiis surfaces  of the system.  'Settc) tor tc^tlmoniA^1. fre��.  F. J  CHKJ-ET & CO., Toledo. 0  Sold by- DrugginU, Tte.  Hall's Family Pills are the best.  Brandon creamery turned out 214,-  OO0 pounds of butter from January  to September. The largest outp.ut  oue month was 57,000 pounds, in  July.  The  average  man's  guardian angel  hasn't time to take a vacation.  You might as well talk to an echo  as to a person who- always agrees  vvith you.  Sollowny'a Corn Cure destroys nil kin4_  of corns and warts, root and branch. Who  then would enduro them with such a cheap  and effectual remedy within reach.  Miuari's LinimeRt Cures Bnrfls, Etc;  A wise, man enjoys the; little he has  While the fool is looking for more.  One of the greatest blessings, to pareate  Is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator..  It effeobuilly expels wormy aud gives  health in a marvellous inanner to the  little one.  .Diplomacy  is  the  police    name for  international lying...   ���'/������������  MePir.BKSON,  Gou. Puss. -\yt  The Bell Telephone-company has issued an order forbidding any of its  employees to .play i�� football match  matches, on account of the loss of  time occasioned by injuries to players.  MINARD'S. LUMENT for Sale EyerywSere.  A marriage license is a receipt in  full for the promises a man makes  during courtship. y  CARS o'F"IMPLEMENTS.   ;  The   provident      and    painstaking  farmer    has   a    place    for  his  implements,   and  ho  sees   to  it  that  they  arc  housed and.  properly cared  for,  when rio longer rec_uired in the cultivation    of crops.      His    improvident  neighbor sometimes leaves'his implements where they are xused last,    or  about thc  premises,  without shelter.  Even  the harvester   or mowing    machine is left in the field long ���after it.  has been used, Subject to all kinds of  weather and inevitable injury.     The  cost of repairs is necessarily increased under slich neglect, and the period  ���when a new machine    will be necessary is much shortened.   The care of  tools is an important factor ..in farm  'ecohomv, and hi word in.season may  bo serviceable to such as arc too remiss  in     this    ctirection.TrrlmpIcment  Age.  ��� ASK IIIM.  "Yot's his name," said one Eng-  1 ish-spenk itig Mennonite to . another  at Gretna, pointing to the German  Jjutheran1 minister standing on the  railway platform. . ''Aksim," was the  laconic reply. y1?he questioner walked' up to tho minister and repeated  his query in a more direct form.  "Vot;s your name, Sir ?" The iiiin-  ister,. who happened to be "looking in  the direction of the first informant,  uttered the ' ���n'e word, '..'Aksim."  "Vol, I did axe him, und he dolt me  to axe you, und now you dells me  to axe. him. Vot I do ?"���Northwest  Iteview. a  ;Gobd'fo?Bad Teetfo ,,  HotBad for Good Teeth  Sozodom Liquid 25c T-arge Liquid arid Powder 75c All  stores ox by mail lor the price.    Sample lor postage 3c.  HALL-& RUCKEL.    New York..  & #tt&>7ibr  It a man has no virtues of his owm  be is apt to boast of those possessed  by his ancestors.  CROWN TAILORING CO.  7 Well ington' St. West, Toronto.  What do we mean by money  back? Simply this���If you  should order anything by mail  from our Catalogue and it does  not meet with your heartiest  approval, simply return it at  our expense and your money  will be promptly returned without any deduction.  3555'5,33',  You rest under no obligation  to us whatever, and have thus  the choicest stock of Diamonds,  t  Watches, Jewelry and" Silverware in Canada at your very  door simply by dropping us a  post'card.  RYRX& BROS.,  Cor Yon*, e^d Toronto,  Adela-ido Streets,  If there *is a mirror in sight it is  simply impossible for a woman to  avoid  personal  reflections.  OUT OF SUUTS���Sjnini-oins, Headucho.  lo--- ofapp tile, uried iongue, _unJ gene ml  ii:dispcsit:t-n. 'llier^u ryinpio.ui, if neglected, develop into .-.cute diseii-e. I' id 11 trite  saying tli.it "an uu en of prevention is  wii th" a round uf cure." ar.d a little 11 tten-  tiou ut Ih'iB iKiim may Miv*i muntliri of sick-  11 -.-sand nt W doctor's bill?. Fur this com-  p aiiit take iroin i wo to three of Purinr-lco's  Vc-geiabh" JJiH? ��>u yoinc to bed, and one or  two for throo nights iu succe^siou, and a  cure will be cllVcted.  lUiXJOGNIZED.  A Hamilton family, not overburdened with wealth, was blessed with  six daughters. They were1, all ingenious���the kind of, girls to make a  dress in the midst of fun arid chaff  and dance in it at - night. The cleverest daughter recently made a  beautiful shade for the piano lamp  from'a pink evening dress,, and trimmed it with roses from her last summer's."'- hat. The same evening a  tuned music they chatted.  . "How do you like our new lamp  shade?" she asked1 demurely.  The young man. studied  for  a moment. "������   ���"   -. -. '  '.  ''���The last time I saw it,"  ho    replied,  "I was dancing with it."  CANADA'S LARGEST TAIL0PS  Will make clothe3  to order for'      ���  every man  in  Canada,  at lower  ^  prices than any other firm, and  1a  deliver at  your   nearest. Express  , Station. ,  Drop a card tor their  .1  PASHI0N PAMPHLET,  SAMPLES OF CLOTH,  an. MEASUREMENT FORMS  loway ^r���bani_)ioh  BANKERS AND BROKERS  WINNIPEG.  Write to us for prices of SCRIP.  Get our List of Lands.  , Stocks and  Bonds Bought*and  Sold..  Wo can furnish the exact amount of  Scrip for any payment on Dominion  Lands,   Do not pay cash.  Use tho All-Wool and oaly Genuine ���  MICA   FELTING  Winnipeg, July 5th, 1899.  W. G. Fonseca, Esq.. ���       ...       ,....'  Dear Sir.���I am glad fco bo able to stato that  tho All-Wool Mica fioofintr which, you haye  suppled this company has been entiroly satisfactory and I consider it superior to any root of  this class ou the market. .       . .  (Signed)        J. WOODMAN, Engincor, W. 1).  V. 6, Fonsaca,     176 Higgins ays.    Winnipeg:.  ANTED���PASTIES TO DO  KNITTING  for us at homo.   Wc furnish vara and machine.   E-.i^y work.   Good pay.    Ilaud Knitters  also v,-anied.    Send stamp frr particulars to  STANDAED HOSE Co., Do-pt. II. Toronto, Oat  Doil't Be IdlC-wo win ��uniiyy��uwiuiwork  to bo dogs it home ��l��.t3 por  I wciifc easily earned knitting cut. V* aupylr tnackia* jnil  ImnUrlal. and u,ty for worfc Bueatlu. ��. rile today. Tli��  I r��oplc'�� Knlttltiir SyiiJUuire. Umlt��a. Toronto, Canada.  COST  MINARD'S LINIMENT Cures Dandruff.-  It sometimes Imppens that a young--  man loses his heart and his head  simultaneously.'  At  tlie  Church   Picnic.  Chorus of Ladies ito comely curate who  Is nsceiidins; the ladder lo hang decorations)���Oh, Mr. Sweetlotv, do take care!  Don't go up! So daugetbus! Do come  down!   Oh!  .;, Rector   (sarcastically)���Really,. Sweet-  low,  don't you 'tliInk j'ou'd better let a'  married man do that?  .   Advice  Scorned.  "You should be thrifty and lay something aside for a rainy day," said tha  man who pives advice, ad libitum.  ^Mister,"   said    the    Kaiisn.s    farmer,  "you talk like a blame theorist.    What  we people need to do is to lay something  asido  against  a drought."���Washington ,  Star.  A man should not be bin mod for the  mistakes he-makes.' He should be-credited las he profits by them.���Atchisou  Globe-  W. N. U. No. 348. / fc-\ r *  .jiA-A...  A!-M^'  -fl?  AAA-  mWt  ���AA AAA  yly'  A��  ���lillf  - y' *-'i*%i"'.\:':  ..y;:Ay.  [il'T-    '-AAaa-  '.���yfy  A-CAy  'AAA a  A^'WSi:  (i'M^A  AiAAA'-;  Aa |;|||'  ;:||ff|A  Aim  AA|y^?:p|:  i.".''^y:';,  A'yy  vw.V' ;A'::p:ii:;  . ''--A:.' |; ';'-'���'  ������'W  '-  'j-?:'.    ';' ,JjK;i-,"  i.i^' AA'  V.AA  A'y.''-'-:'A.Of'':i''  St:  m  llll  *.'.'L'S*v}". A';  ;yj.^|A;y  m  lllft.  ���^a?*?*!!?*^ ,.;,.-������.- .yW.-' ... A     . -. W;-��� 'WW "   '.'A"-'-        y ,W;.'" ���'  A W  ��� -~A A:-..; A"T:.-  77^~~W"W^^^ ���     A' y,AyAyy y,,; a'  '.. ���������." ...A":-.  a y ;'Aa'y;; xW<w^yW^: "��������������� -a-' ''''' -?.^w?wr?m>m?r^i^^  a That low Wi<IeoreycW-   Liy 'treated.,'-' ��A ':#A��y.' jfa i-Tit^lti '*>. ^I's '   - '^ V'''A ''': ''  :   ���'������ '"'���"��� ^ ���' ' ' -    ���$':': ���      ' AA^A^^'A ��� iSedeW^mltiy^-ns  ���aMJiroS^      ���'t'9��:-^ity^..*Sqr;tii-;; .liiiiM/....; "Wie'i-^  w ^. !.<:.��� v -y* --.> ,'*c^n!.<.$��<_?s_: �����*_<��  et Your Money  Make JBfoney. . .  "^^^^  "^^^^^itm  m^mmmmmMm^m^^t^t^M6.  xut$5.plv&..���$#;.-;it; arrived.  M'Djit Jaclc d Wk-d his services ':ls Jiee-J  i cd,   cqu   J<Vani:'-;��,    in:;-  A foil lin�� oJfgeh-  sral Hardware.  The SmelWr City  of  South Bast:Kootenay.  J   | I* no.v o, t.W r.:.,rfcot.    Tho BmeUer _fl build;,,.    Tlio   ^Wrd '  ^jpysvil  l  Will bu a big b-u,i���oe8 point.    Oet,i��� ou tho  ground i.o0r_,_i  0llt0  |  I     "��� SIMPSON &��� HUTCHISON'  K       ���   '" ' ��� ���  ||   ' < y      ��� '       , ' ftQLE AGENTS,  || Offices: MarysvillG, and Omubrook/ ���  ^irrr-"��" ' .       ���'��� i    ��-     . tfi JsA��ji$ ^1*j,**^**L^ ,da_Ji  '-ft  >A.i  British CotomWa  lootei  I        '  WILDBYLOD^FNO. -14.  -Meets every Monday evening'in   their I  Hull -on" Vifrtorm  aireot.'   Sojourning   Tn' '  Odd Fellows cordially invitt-d. , |    0A* 'AND SAVINGS   COM Pan v  'J-  j F- I. Moons, (  '    A. d. Dn^Ma^D, '  xVoblo Grand." l        ��.,r,.^r  BXi"o?7!Q  JMeelsin Alcpregor hall every Tuesday |  jevenintr. Sojourning niemberd are{  | rordi.-illy inyi��ed lb attend  i Tf Q j ��� , '       ' ' '   > '  ���iJ�� j JoH.v'McDosAti), p. ?i\ Smyth  Presiduut. -Secretary '  J he objects of  the, company  ��re; , 'Jo   afford   a _afe   fl|1|, ,  profiuble means for-the  su-  " !nR *��'8n,fl" P��?��?Hy recular /  "istalmentB, as yvdVas for l!-o '  ?.vost',,entofSn��iJlnri'idi,iV,-   '  orcnpitaia^tptoduciiv^ratS  '  o;fntoro8t.    To .iwi.t'" �����.;  .  bers ,��� hujidinoy, paVchaaii;"  or improving homes and'clear-  ��� .'."&,= 0.fl'r fisting,: incumber-  nnces. ' '   '  rade  If��� T' SMy���>  ' Agent, Moyie  mi:  cSw��  OAMPBB^, ff  I !   i I.   .     I  llOtKO,  A. P. -Mi.ppo.VALD, Prps,  fl*. A. Eickbks,   '    Lisivrs THOiisoKo !  I \'r,n/..v>A..... h "      ��� y. ���    -p .  'y -'tBSOssiJiejif, vrorh r;<>nt -��� ���   . ,.A- A  AFi?t���i^^  ,-Wdoneouyclai^^  :A^oyi,y,v,1.doAVeU,0con,.,Qty^  Wli aa left,, i ii otw care wfli   br> * nrun,, ti  Methodist Church  SKJJVJOKS  'incipal  *} Cities ;and   Towns   in  . British Columbia,  c.   wv*^u wuuiuu British Columbia,  v?" rric-J Iu-.   "Arc vou hurt, or v/iiaf I  '      ~" ^ ^ *n A * |DnnA,/    r>    ^_  sJin.iv-nc-I?- * I    f^^-iWW^WW^'WWm    Arc held in irnriMmsY W.ap.d   ��>uild CRANBROOK,  B. C.  r,^yyi^onhishnce,i:W<L^ic,:    ^^4^^^M^^    lay,   corner  Vi.toW  and     T.iviclock ^===^^^^^  tFiti.nf ; ? odix?(1 hnn bv n��!.^'with       K--;-.':S4&'- ,JWA M��q ft ���d W  o<i��a . ,,,;..    ���,VT,���   ,��� , .,--,   ���,-.  ���d;?ni-y ofrli the   coionhj'l)m.-'    i;^-^:-*W^W^^^;*^^    Htreel, each Sabbath at 7.-.'JO p. in. *01l   PINI-J   TAJJ.01ii.\G   GU    TO  rWoni'ftoditc! in a very t-raall ivom:                 '���                               ���   1)U>urr        k.bbaih whool at.2:30,p. m.          ' '  -,\c.'.i::." a fnWi. evAnco rfr^s and    AtJ,Ai>ilvMJ/;��.-l.-lili   IMiAR'. ������     , -A      <a---fi*,^flT^  ].j W:<W<n apron. ' MT5NT. l rJ'lie public are invited'and   will   bu I        ||       ^"ff fl f f*  '  bon'i  bo aJonue-J, IWcIr," sh* said, ' . -; cordially welcoiye  to   attend   serviucs. ' ^B   "*,    3  d don't.do ^fc-'discracled TiOiueo out    ,-<�����      -   ^ r-n ������-���  ;;   ior old   Vi-a va;m,-'i+ i -    '  ���S.ibbaili .m-lioo] a 1,2:30,p. m.  Tbo public are invited' and   will   br  j cordially welcoine  to   attend   services.  W. L. SH&l'.imx.  Pttsior.  ./t-FOOTI  KEKCHANT'   TAILOR".  -Who   Puitinge,    Overcoating  'i'ruusor.s   Imported     Goods.  | moyie, B. o  Mm ASy ia ,Aa��S y���.;"" -WWW6W>V:Sa^SJ ,-A^r 'A* "" ����� *������� "��������� h -1-!      ���J,"TU*"T"''-'"'"^  U tey.y:.;:i.'��M   ,...->���     -\HHOj ���ri.o...,-lo -'Pl.o-.pf-r ��� u-nal-     a 'u- J1��d' earjv -.-(-fl!'-.'-' l,-i���-.... .   ,' / f-ei -��>���/.    Ty. i,r.-. .,  f. ,, '    ,J   j.,,  .p#^-7>.:^��io';-wlo,:;" ^^y^f-fe^WW l-A-fy ^AAr-.WA---i"������'����^*��� ���-���...-.1���.����������,  ! PA    I  ���T,l!����-- Afls b.MJ.s en,-,, ���j.]  .m.Vvri���V,i.-,l        S-WAA ":'-"<"*��'   bi-ilVniM    S,       '   '���"-���""'���������'.���������"���������ri.l .��,,;,,";, ! ' "la"��' J*-'" 21- I  pt|*{?"����l-'<"'W��-A:^^^.-^ :��-r,v -,u ,,,������,,, j  :^��;ra ^_T^_,.iiW��:.-����''--- ��'������=|.-M��,ut,leM.|��0'��>-:-. .:."���-      "^   0t  rB' f�����:Mi-Jf,!. W'Aia"t* ��� ^ ' '-,.,.. -ov ,;l ���,.���.    n      .!  ^S;fi.^;il(.q-'r-,     ''"'"f"''"'"!!!���   a-i'u- a-,.-ii.v..|.|    ���    ,.I,w'aA]eii/.r.lUJUP.rn.��l��,,),,ii   ,  -,    ,!y.<"tlJ..-!-...i-!.A-1,( lv������. ...     ,      , ,, '-.'-.oiila   Doc   ?'  f^1  Wii  ,:. , ���'  ������?k-    -i.tis-wate-s ne-j -a I. ������'J-�� not, xmprovf. hor oh-i,���-.-    W   -  feitll * ^,tWor   ami- ta,^^    --yy   -     . -   '   ,^ ���   of   ^  4a mm a ���       i ��� ���������    . ..     vlb,AA ^'quo furhi^- 'i,>h,;, n.ft h- v  ���^'���J:is'';#'!=============-��^-����^��^'   ��� ��� ���:   ������ "    i'"s-"t^c."]t-.strnr-.t;hp  -Dtihrnvih- Ai!    ,    ,'  ,>' iVA-'^��'^f  .,,..;,!.  . Anyone awfii'jiir f; Kkf.fr.r-h!?iV.R'G;.l'iT�� ^iC-  ij wsi-rs���issa��p�����v,  |eieii!p��� jliitfMA  I-areost f-i.r.  , A handsomely i'hiRtrri.ina v/(ici?h-.'  .-Uiilntion of Jiiiy.sfiiaiitllii: jounuil.  Aii.h ;th:e provision.tini.t he shoYiid forfeit it if iiio ever ai.UtmpWl f.-o sell- a  ,.! inrjlc pieyy and. hyd bt:f{iif.-a'f.h<x( her  v'uy coji.sfdftrjiblc '.fprtiin��; tj> a (Wi-a.n.t  ,i:.?id a'Jiv.'i'iy v,;!-li.-.to-<io coiiM'a, Z'vixxieo  Siuit.h by .na.'ine. ;     '   ( .���������  1  Mr:-I)."..riforth hsidphitosophiw'diy ac-  :yj)ted tiny_KJtnation, arid ihy, furniture'  ������selling' oiiA the oom-niouor' thing's lic'al-  i'ca.cl.v Jiad -to settle somo- bills of loru,'-.  Atanduiir with the proceed^,.and crowd-  ; h.'jj'.hii; :A!i:;dl iriAnvA with ilu. riy!i('K.tof  lysii'ved ���-oii..!iA and  HAa-h-OR'ai^y,".iTi.oi-rfc-   o.l  j .vli.k'h   v:A\  [.-rcR'ty-il.lyyitdi further'dye--  j 'ni-iit'.rd.hiy <-'.;;-��� j:'i(;k]-:niVc��'iin'd booth��;Js  rihi.-n-. wore none in thtt i 0t(;lli'ICJ L-ee (I  ' A; li Ionic Duo 18  ii-:'c'.pj-��  ���si'bio UoY'S..  Of   I.  :Mr.   Smith   iAuI   lik.y.yif-ft   u��(l ' Jiis  lyyicy i-b liitj law: r.dv'n-iil-acre,. a-nci }::cad'��  '���<i;':-idj-.nd;''.M nu.'ri'.-. ol"'.;;.-on a!'!-;���;��� accora-  i j;m; Aor.;i'<-ou^-ay w.it'h .-���  i ���;. ts*.-i f li-iAi!i-(.-.-;t-i-:ad.'  ililfii  'lfjii,,  fibontu,.- }u,-i-!j,f���(k  Ji-C;,.7t    "ll    )>ilil'^   the   pice*  th. imun jMTf, pit.]..(.d IJp Kr)Ine ;. , Uc!ii,; jv0v 2b  . ��d��9<* j-^rivo UwiaVi F,vjnrcvs. j (ionnanio Nov 9?  hcemd. *-^.e,    j Cymric TJec 10  ."LetfcM^?  d;^k:  ato   on.,  _,.,,,  1JS:,f]  iL (].  e-mnd-ai.pt  ���;d.    Tho^u m.wt .,, Ci  ^ i^r?.'1t',Im't1td'>��'t of.t <l,,ni-,,-IulJ'  n behind Uuevfr��TJll. somWcnv.   It-caJ  though, I suppose."'.-      , '  7WS' ?'ldGd liUaa  M'-Bh��    ^W-  ^r^'V^^W  �����-!������;.  T^   '    \       a��^?��sniiiiit of tbe yfti_r  J^'fr,;r^^ or.pat^ii^ut, -     y  >'a.i^   rh;;,   Uty ,,WVw.ni Wni'i ,U,,^       Pi'V&J)e''^Vif^n'��t.bcrwiily.iA,|j,,,l,j  ���V:W   i-OKK   Ti,   jwvk,.,.^,,,,  fttuir-iitfov 2,j I  ^���'"'ipaijiujfov .'JO;  UhihHii     ncc   7j  J-ncuHia Dec ].f j  -fc'lrnriu. Dec 21 I  Caninauia Dec 28  '���:����� vokk to K0r;r--Aj|j.To-y  'A th  A'..'1.   .Iiinji'ii  -'I:'   -..IliiT.'';',.,  ''��'*�� l.o.cl ������rd0Krf nJwu.vs fell ' Wo,V '  St'- Paul Doc ll p, - *     .   .,'    a -  :.     ,     Pi. Lou].y Dec 18  co.NTm.^TAL'hAi/Jif'ofl-'���:"���,:������  or ^-twwyd; :Htl,ib,rg ,;J]cc(  Ou., Holland American, Kod.8.��r'  ,jl^^n,xnd..AnmiofLin,;3on'   W  ���   i'licatjoiy    y "   ������'"���'  ^t'A^'i^'^cm%p^.i,. i '���  ���^���1^iMlori.��.iUbHtorf0^J',l;^^'Sfl':,!  ,     ���/..-'i_..l( I,. .    . .-��� -���-..'" Ij'Jf,..".!  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taenoa .aa.  Everything  in the Printing*  Line at the  ^timup,:Ai,m.  ���".;/"������ 'jou.-,;.., had lo-A,olo.   xoroi-bat  -���.'ll'oa'ijh;:J'7/jiCA'>'id  <��0';ir iwi'*1-  i-l-l n  i'.-f:r|  (.A,  $.i>ri.Viii- l.iu'l de  !'(.'  l)ii.:ilAl ini;v wfliii'- |  I  W'U'.Ti':'-, ������  bi'yi. f.-i;.:-, ./,,:.���  iv.'h'ojj,  ^oyjo.  ''���'���'��� con;iy,.-;.  '���i''',,''f:,-i'.,l'��s.l. AKt  Vnucoyer  �� c /.���  Tiie Leadintj ladies  and Mens furnished.  Clothing.. Boots  aud Shoes,  .\ J'bill Stock of Mincrs'flupplies  ��� Always on Ilnnd,  Call   and   Inspect Our   Goods,  ���������'   ..    '.     ���FOR���,    .;���.".- ' ' ���'".  HEAVY TEAMIITO  ���ALSO���  BAO'OAGKi        KV|||M,-Cg'     A. Wi-  IbilUvKlcr, y  :   ,:m:otis."

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