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 r -'/,  b  \ wa  if ")3  :m  M  *ty  VIS  rVS  J?��  ^  1^  l��J&3l  It*)!  "   J  f-r"  4/V? ��  Do your eyes bother ypu?  Consult W. H. Wilson)  of    Cranbrook   and get  satisfaction.  pru::  meney h  ing your  TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, the Jeweler  VOL. 12 NO,o2-  MOYIE,  B. C FRIDAY, APRIL J, 1910.  $2'A YKAR  | Boots and   Shoes for  Men,  Women and Children  53(1  e  m  ' This season we are in a' position to challenge any one to  find a larger and better selected stock of boots and shoes iu  , the district.       ���  We are giving special attention to footwear and  invito ,  your attention to our stock.      Nothing has ever before been  shown in Moyie to equal it.     If you are in need of a piur of  boots and shoes just ins'pect our samples ' which are all on  display.    "<    ' ,' '' '   , '  Campbell's for, Quality  ,  Hazel wood Ice Cream  ���        i ' * * j  :' ' 'Excuse me for rushing the season, as,-1'have just installed a twenty gallon ice cream ' cabinet which will keep  cream in a "perfect couditioii'Sumnier or winter. I will ;open  my parlor,on Saturday evening, April 2nd.'  ;Qwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  (T:  EVERYBODY SATISFIED  =^\  .   .   That is. what-4r1ak.es  our  business'grow.", Our-  duty is to please you and in this 'we* are  determined^  hot to fail.   ��� \ ���<    - ,- i  "  ;    Fresh Mixed Biscuits, per <lb._���r_ 25c.  ,        Perrin's 'Graham Wafers i_' 1���45c.   '  ,��;." ;'Perriu>s Sodas��� J-l ��� Jl.-.i' 35c:  ",   l    Christie's-, Sodas..'___V__,__1l'__,-_-o-_"--'-35c.  "'   Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits. .__��__J_^20c. i   J   \  Leave your order witli us!  ; Our prices are  right  and ho one doubts the quality:  ',.' <   ,. , Get  tlie habit.      Go to     '    J v  CROWE BI^OS,^ CO. -  <L  3>  ESA.lt   LISHED   1897  '" " INSURANCE   and^MTNTNG ^  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office  CRANBROOK, B. O  new  To  commend  WHEN  SPRING COMES  People emulate the- season by dressing themselves iu  garb; aud .the shoe question is not of least importance  young men'who desire "Shoe Individuality" we' coi:  ' our shoe stock, which includes the following well known  leathers���Kangaroo, Gun Metal, < Patent Colt Skin, Calf Skin and  Mule Skin, which can't be out kicked.  J. W. FITCH  ' '     MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL. - \  Hotel Kootenay J  1                                                      t               < (  The best of accommodations *  for  the Traveling Public. t  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Booms.     jj,  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors. jj.  20 Century   Brand Clothing  Stanfield's Unshrinkable   Underwear  G.   A. Slater Shoes  Call and sec these reliable brands.    If you don't you  will be sorry.  E.  A.   HILL.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Cadtal  ���Authorised--,-- '- $10,000,000.00  .���..������5,000,000.00  -  Capital  f    , Capital Paid Up���-���  I Reserve   Fund ~ TT1ljrT,T���  i tvr AWOHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA-  1 Cn-nbrook SSfoi Knmloops, Michel.   New  *ioh.l  �� ." �� rantrrernfc^S��i Eovatatoke. Victoria, and Vancouver,  I Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any  I part of i.Fic World  I Savings  Bank Department.  ��; Interest allowed on depositn from   date  of deposit.  |MOYIE BRANCH.      J. F- M.' PINKHAM, Manager.  |        GENERAL FLOAT        $  fair  Nakusp will hold  a   fruit  this fall.    l'   _   Creston is planning for' the  installation of a sewerage system.' '  Tho Lucky Jim mine in the  Sloean has just .shipped 250 tons  of ziuc ore to an American smel-  ter  Lestor and Frank Patrick have  returned to thoir home in Nelson,  afier a strenuous hockey seaBOn  iu the east.  Angus Davis has been appointed  superintendent,of the Snowshoe  mine at Phoenix, succeeding Cha&.  Biessel.       '      ' / (  Sam. McCartney, who'opened a  general store at Yahk a short  time ago, is doing ���&' good business,  and the store is proviug a great  convenience to the'town.     '      i   -  Buried at Cranbrook.  I aes-sesfcse^^sss-^^-?^^  Jack 'Cronin, son of Mr. and  Mrs.' James.Cronin of Spokane, is  on the staff oi "Gonzaga," the  new magazine at Gonzaga1 college.  The International Typographical Union has advanced wonderfully in recent years and the  membership has increased aecqr-  cmgly.   >tk,  �� ��� ��� i , '  The.C. P. R. has under, consideration the erection' of   a new , six-,  ���l  stall roundhouse to be built at  Smelter Junction, hear Trail, dur-  ing the coming summer.  , 'Last ^summer at Kuskanook  Mi-3. Chas "Wright raised and sold  $100 worth of roses. Most of thenr  were sold to the C. P. R. for bouquets for the dining cars.,  South African script' has advanced $150 in the past two weeks  and are now selling at about $S75.  Keen business men predict that  theywill advance to ��1,500 within three months.  , * n  The C. P. R. steel gang has recently completed laying So'pound  steel between Smelter Junction  aud Rossland. The roadbed has  also been ballasted with crushed  rock from the waste dump- at the  Rossland mines.  J. S. O. Fraser, for 11 years manager of the Bank of Montreal at  Rossland, is in Spokane to remaiu  a couple of months as managerOof  the Bank of Montreal there during the absence of A. II. Buchanan in eastern Canada and Europe  on a vacation.  Annual Meeting.  The annual meeting of the Moyie Telephone & Electric Light  company was held in the office of  the company ou tho evening of  March 30. The affairs of the company wero found iu vory satisfactory condition and the company's gain for the past year was  about $1,000. A dividend will be  paid in stock, at the rate of one  share for every four. Following  are the newly elected oflicers and  directors: P. F. Johnson, president;  V. Desaulnier, vico-presidont; E.  A. Hill, treasurer; J. W. Fitch and  Philip Conrad.. W. L. lleid was  re-appointed secretary.  Aurora, Coming Mine  "The Aurora is fast developing  iuto a mine," said T. G. Procter of  Nelson, B. U., at the Hotel Spokane Monday afternoon. "It is  on the same ledge as the famous  St. Eugene mine at Moyie, B. C,  but across the lake from it.  "Two tunnels are now in fine  bodies of good grade ore. I have  just returned from a hurried inspection of it aud was agreeably  surprised at the extent and apparent permanence of its ore shoots."  ���Spokesman-Review.  METAL   MARKET.  The funeral ol John Mickie and  James" Munroe, victims of the  Wellington disaster, was held, at  Cranbrook last; Saturday. The  Great Northern company supplied  expensive caskets, and bore all  the expense of shipping the bodies from the morgue at Seattle to  Cranbrook'., ��� Some money, was  found on'the .bodies of Mackie  and Munroe, but there ,was not a  cent on the body of Ilerriu, the  other Moyie victim who was with  them. " ...Considerable pilfering  was done, aud Herrin's body, was  no doubt stripped of' valuables,  sharing the same fate of' some' of  the others.'  Tl 55^355^33^5 ��3333r*3333339>  LOCAL ASSAYS  Report Is Untrue.  A report seefti3 to havo ' gained  circulation! that the Aurora mine  was ^aboiit to shut- down. ��� The  management declares that this  report is'absolutely false, and  that' they have -no intention of  closing the ;mine. The property  is, looking good, some two carloads of ore is sacked and on- this  side of the lake ready for shipment, and the company is .planning ,tp carry on development  work on' a' more < extensive scale  than ever. , .   - '  Cranbrook Lodge Coming.  Next Tuesday evening the mem-'  bera of-Key City Lodge I. O. C- F.,"  Cranorook, will come up in a  body and pay "Wildey (Lodge No.  41 a fraternal visit. Tlie Gran-'  brook lodge will confer the second degree on three candidates.  After the meeting in the lodge  hall.there will be an .adjournment  to Morley hall, where there will  be a spread and ^a social session.  All members of the order are invited to attend. "" ���  Eileen Maguire Company;  Tbe, Eileen ilaguire compauy  will,appear at Morley hall, Saturday night, April 2nd. Miss Maguire is supported by Miss L-icy  "Webhug, entertainer,' and Mr.  Walter McRaye, humorist. The  company is under the direction of  the Walker Lyceum Bureau, of  "Winnipeg. All members of ,the  company are receiving flattering  press notices. Reserved seat tickets. 75 cents. General admission,  50 'cents.  An Expensive Window.  Nkw York���Bar silver, ~>2h cts  Lead $1.50.      Copper,  13 cts.  Lo-\-DOX--Lead ��12, ISs, 9d.  The big plate glass window in  the store of the Moyie Drug &  Stationery store, which was  broken by the explosion of the  gas tank at the Kootenay hotol  some time ago, was replaced this  week with another glass., The  glass and the putting of it in  cost MoTavish Ss Cameron over  $100. It is one of the largest  plate glass windows in the Koot-  euays.  , This is All Fools Day.  The ice on Moyie -lake is commencing to break up.  The fishing season does not open  uutil May 1st.  P. J. Bonner was in   town Sunday.     He has gone to Spokane.  , Mrs. Frank Taylor arrived  hero  last Saturday from Phoenix.  B. "W. S. Higgins and wife are  here from Fort'Steele on a visit.  If you ^are^ wise" you will-buy  real estate in,Calgary right now,  ��� There will bb a game of football  on April 10th.'between the' mine  and mill. ���  ���  ', "'Judge" Carney, government  timber inspector", was in town  Tuesday.      "    ' ''       ,       ,i  E. G. Gwynrie expects a' shipment of Hazel wood icecream in  from Spokane Saturday. '  . Chas. Biesel,1who is putting in a  a large tie mill at Yahk, u was in  town last Monday. '   '       >  ,' R. A. Smith will ..haudle the  "Lucky Leaf" icecream this season.- It is made- by a spokane  firm. -'_        '       '      '      '','",  V. Desaulnier, O. F. Desaulnier  and Joseph Cosavello left, yesterday for points in Alberta'to look  over some laud.  '  The , prices in Fairview will  double in less than a- year. Buy  now while it is at a low. figure  and'get the profit. ,    -  A. P.^Macdouald lost a valuable  milch how last Sunday night.  The cdw evidently'ate some lye  or other poison.  G-  O.    Buchanan,    government  i 1 I '  supervisor of the lead ' bounty,  was in Moyie "Wednesday on  official Jbnsiness. ,      .'  Tho Scandinavian'3oeiety had a  big meeting last'buuday night in  the Miners''Union-hall and served  refreshments,, afterwards.  Jessie Maclaughlan and her  Scottish coucert'company will appear in Moyie on Friday, May 0th.  under the auspices of the Moyie  Baseball club.  Prompt reliefs ia all case3 of  throat and lung trouble if you  use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  Pleasant to take, soothing and  healing in effect. Sold by the  Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.  Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davidson,  who have been on a tour of the  United States, will be iu, Moyie  about Sunday and will spend a  few days visiting with their old  friends, 'Mr.r aud Mrs. H. A. Dea-  gon, before returning to the  east.  We are now placing our full stock of hardware'  comprising saws, hannners, plains,' cliissels, paint  ���brushes, axes,0'nails, locks, hinges, delete, ou   the  For a Rifle  Club.  Another effort is to be made  this spring to organize a rifle club  in Moyie. A move iu that direction was mado last year; but  nothing was accomplished, and it  is to be hoped that better success  will bo met with this year.  Had a Swell Time.  "A swell time." was the general  verdict ou the fourth annual ball  of St. Eugene Lodge Knights of  Pythias, which was held in Morley hall Tuesday evening. The  hospitality of the 'Knights was  as ever generous and cordial.  During the intermission at midnight coffee, cake and sandwiches  were served. The attendance  was well up with any of tho big  dances ever hold in Moyie. Good  music was supplied by Profs.  Chapman and Salmon aud M r. E.  O. Kamm.  I  f  w.  '���Discount List  If you want anj'thing- in these lines, 'this is your  .opportunity' as we are giving discounts of 25 to 40  per cent, off all the above goods.   '   ���    '  ��� ''     ,    t.  Remember we are making" large   reductions  cm.  everything. '<��� *.  " "      '  , ,  , ..  Our stock must be   eleared   out.    Our   one  6b-,,  ject is to dispose of it as quickly as possible.    '   '   , ',.  i    . *   ,   ,j  Get in with the crowd and   secure* some  of ,6m;  'bargains.    '',.,,., ��� ' ,  MacEacliern & M'acdonald  1 .  ',   ,  Censure the* Company.  " The coroner's jury investigating  the great .disaster at Wellington  on March 1, in which 00.lives were  lost, brought in a verdict which,  while it does hot fix responsibility  on 'the Groat Northern railway,  criticises the company, ��� for not  having put the trains in a safe,  place. ( , t _  . The Great Northern is also criticized for having paid the laborers  engaged in clearing the track but  15 centsran hour, without, bqard.  Because of the small wages 35 men  quit work when their services  were most needed, '���  > The jury censured1 the 'railway  for not retaining good enough  men to clear^the track regardless  of cost.  Out of Commission;:'  Goats.  On account of  the   dynamo  of  the  Moyie   Electric  Light    company   being   out vof  couimusion,  the-town  had   no   electric  light3  last night aud the   night'   before.  There ;will be, no 'lights   again  to- i  night, but   tomorrow  night   if' is f(  expected   everything   will   be   id |('  running order again. '        ''    l  Hotel, Completed.  The proposition of importing a  carload of goats from the old  country is no josh. , A rancher at  Howser made a trial and is well  satisfied. Now there is talk of  bringing a carload of them to Nelson. These goats are bred for  milk purposes and are, fairly  cost!j'. Cible advices indicate thit  the laid down price in Nelson will  be $39 and higher. <. These goats  should give a gallon of milk daily,  whereas ordinary goats only give  about half this quautity.  The   Last   Day.  Today is the last day for registration of voters, for the annual  revision of the  provincial  voters'  list.    The K and II cigar has jumped  into prominence through the excellent flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  ,- Messrs.  Ransorae    &' Campbell*?,  have completed the  alteration* iu{Y  the Cosmopolitan hotel^ and their!  place ib now 'one   of   the best  in|  town.   They can  now- accommo-i,  date  all  of  their   boarders,' andf j  will be giviog up  their lease  oufjj  the Drewry building on  April 10���T  The hotel   now has   a  large   and  well  lighted   dining    room,    aucjM  there is a private box   iu  conuec] i|  tion. ,     } |   ,        'I  Wind Up Co-Op.   Business.    \i\  E. B.   McDermid, 'assignee'fo'  the  defunct  Moyie   Co OperacivjJ  ar j  store, gives notice that' the  fairs will bo wound up at onci'  Those having ordiuary claims wit 1  receive a dividend of a little ovi] j,;  -11 cents ou the dollars.' Tt h':Hi  cost $53150 to wind up tho e |��  tate, The legal fees alone wei! 3  $209.IS, aud the assigee's coiiUi  mission,was $100, with $2  additional for traveling  oxpeu  Meeting" Tonight.  'Mfl  night  at   7.^yJJ&;!  ne mattersV.%& &$'  Thero will be a meeting held :  the Leader ofli'je   to  o'clock to discuss soi  general interest to the camp,     j |J,  interested   aro   requested   to  y}}1  present. 'i l\-  "��� r  . f>  ��� IF  r.i:  Easter Services.  Therewere special. Easter services at both the Methodist and  Presbyterian churches last Sunday. No services were held at  the Catholic church, it being impossible to have a priest for that,  day. The priest who was to  come was ill.  Special School Election.  Notices.are posted calling for a  special school election in Moyie  next Monday evouing at S o'clock,  for tho purposo of electiug a  trustee to succeed J., H. Tlawkc,  who has left the town.  Inspected the Hotels.  Arthur Sampson, chief constable for the Kootenays, came  uy from Fernie last Monday and  made tho rounds of the hotels  with I. A. Dinsmore, the local  constable. Mr. Sampson was  here inspecting the new improvement on tht hotels, and it is un-  derotood he was quite well, satisfied. ��� r  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets assist nature iu  driving all impurities out of the  system,.insuring a free and1 regular condition and rostoring the  organs of the body to health and  strength. Sold by tlie Moyie  Drug and Stationery Co, r.    i  K   k1   -.  u-   v  j  fiA'  ���-' ^  :v$l  ��' &3  I it Oi i. t' J3fc  . t   H  In ,.. Yd  i' f��>  ;- |  ���,   '-ft c  **   Si  ���T" SB:?; *,  if*--  ���'i?  1 >-> i  m  "1>  : %  3  tot, i.i5A��F.ii. worn-:, British Colombia.  m mm leaih.  JP tblitdu'd in i}it-mien 5t of tlie people  of M'lyu- mid, K.iM Kooii'n.iy.  F. J. SMVTii. P\ijm^.;i;i:.  <Jr��"iO"irij��  ItAlf.   o<-   .-IN-,' nil mil,  0//e J't'tt/-     92,00  FRIDAY, APRIL 1,  I'JIO.  again reminded that no matter!  i  how high the wages the miner'  or   the   railroad    employee   isj  ijcver overpaid. I  Mr. Caveij took up iliet'ju~*>- j  Jiojj of better school :icco:j:uio-['  ilations for Moyie Avhile he was |  al Victoria..     Aud it is a   safe'  be 'that   these   i-iHprovenienls  will be- made.  You Think  -WHf THIS WOVE?  There 'isa movement oij foot  to .organize a separate associated boards of,trade for South  .J>ast  ryooteuay.     A   meeting  0 The moral reforiu wave ^las  struck Grand Porks with a  veiiQeauce. < Iu that citv no li-  quor shall be sold in any 'saloon or hotel bar in the, city  between 11:30 p. in. and 6 a.  m.���of the following,day.' All  I saloon and hotel bars must  be  Ot the pain which many womon experience with tfvery  month jt mutes She ^c-ntUne.ss pjid kindness ahviiy�� associ-  nt,-d with wonianhocil *ecni to be almost n jniiucle.  While in {'cnrral i:.; v. cu.-.n ;^l>cls u^uinNt ��haj the re-  j;.!i.L ai> a natiuai .���.e'ct'iMl v there i> no \\oiium who uould  aut gi.idlv he frco fro-r. tliia leciiirinf; period y' nuin.  pr. Pierce's /F.jroritj: P. ascription makes  weal: Women strong anU sic/c women  well, and giyos tltetis fruedom front pain,  , Jt establishes regularity, subdues itiflant-  motion, heals ulceration pncl cures /o��  jiiale weakness.  (    Sick women arc invited to consult Dr. Pierce h> letter,  fiec.    AH   correspondence   strictly   private   and   sacredly  confidential.     Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med��  ical Association, K. V. J'ierce, M. D., President, liuffalo, N. Y.  Jf you wont a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  thfcjfi gi home,'send 3J one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing  on/f! and he will send you a free copy of his |frcut_tliousHnd-paf<c illustrated  Cgmmon, Sense Medical Adviser���revised, up-to-date edition, in pipcj eevem,  la lundiomc cloth-binding, 50 stamps. ���  Meets Tuesday evenings  in the  Miiieis' Union' hall.     Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  b'm:i> Kor.. , '   V. J. Svivrn.  Noble Grami. Scor'y.  ^.v  bl. Eug< ii*.'' J.oilne Nu. 3"  K. of P.  i ���      '  yj. sj.  -    Meets every Thursday  ^'f^^p0Jhycnias   '��   McGietor  ^T-^^ijy 1"111 nt S f,'c3oclc'"   Vi's~  '��2^        j,g brotlicis invited,  K,'D. Smvox,   ,. E. A.^tir.r.  Chancellor Com.      '   K. It  &. , S.  As Lowrey Sees Things.  '   (Greewood Ledje.)  The lobster dunce is  the   latent  Yukon innovation., r  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  was held at I/ernie a few daws  ago tocousiderthe matter, aud |c]^d'   froi<  'U:3Q,   ^"1^1    ^  ^oUveroncAvillbclickl'thcrc'^^^g0"111^16^ m'"  U'1C   fol'V��  lowing Monday.,,  Usually the inmates'of an idiot  m lead the simple life.  some time this month  to per-  ���    'h ���     , ...,.<���  feet   the   organization.      jve  ii      ii       , . ,    ' ,  '   presume  the  .intention   is, to,  withdraw front the already well  (_stabli<;ljcd Associated Boards  of  Trade   of K istcni   HriLish  Columbia.     Why  this  move?  ' It is to be hoped that: the, pro-  molers   qf   this   new    organi-  '/.atiqn will tbijik better of the  ' .matter and , allow   matters   to  remain as Uicy arp.' <��� ��� .-  <i Twelve j'ears ago at a meeting held in Rossland the Asso-  ciated Boards of Trade of Hast-  eni   British    Coluiiibia     was  i^,i . if. .  formed. Since then a me'eting  has been held each year,'and  fhe following towns have been  honored:     Rossland    (^ twice),  ,!" Nelson    (tli ree),    Greeii wood  ���(twice), Kaslo, Fcrnie,  Gran-  . brook, Moyie .and  Trail.     At  each meetiuQ tli ere .was a good  ' attendance and important la Ufa-  ��� , m?s,q affscUng the whole of the  district covered was transacted.'  Both the Provincial and Do-  minion, legislatures have wat:  ched very carefully every resolution passed at these meetings  ' and .in almost every case have  granted everything- asked.  With such a successful record; il seems foolish at this  time to disrupt ..the organiza-  tion that has accomplished so  much in the past. By the  starting- of an opposition  organization the power and influence of the old organization  will be dimished one half, and  the new association will cut but  little figure cither at Victoria  ' aa Ottawa. United,, \ye stand.  Divided, we fall.  |"    WORLD'S-DOINGS.      %  7) 333d��3S3 .-$$$$5*3-* 9535 d-9*di?  Cigarm;ikers paid almost   $200,-  0&0 in sL-kfbencuts last year.  ' The C. F. 11. has acquired control of th'e coal "miue near Hill-  on st. -C. F.'lIiU wij'l retire'from  the management and take a trip  to Europe.  ��� A Fittsborg clergyman has announced than !je will not marry  any couple unless the prospective  bridegroom has nu .income of  $2,000 a1 year. ,IIe holds, that  poverty is one of the chief causes  ofdivDrce.       , ( 'i  , Henry 'T��..'ri,y, a commercial  traveller of Montreal, declares on  oath th<; proprietor of the Royal  hotel, Vancouver, jkept him in a  room,under the, infleniice of liq  nor for 22 days, _dtiring' which  time money, in his -possession  uiysteriouly disappeared. '  The tough beefsteak of the  west, has made many a dontisc  rich.  'The fly,is getting ready to dive  into the sugar bowl and wade  thiongh the,butter;  It Johnson "whips Jeffries we  would not-be surprised to see a  race war in'the south,  Tho irony of fate is something  fierce. John Houston had to die  just as ��� ho was makiug $1,000  a miDuth..      K   '        ' "  - Tt is said that an array of Ger  man drummers are getting ready  to .iuvade,;Canada if the United  States 'raises the duty ou us.  That will be awful, for probably  most of them will carry limburger  cheese as a side line.  ; Akouf the Way of It.  i)cS-S:S:��-'S:$^:c���:iSer:fe��:.���C-.cS���S��c:$K  I'     ,    CHINIOOKERS. '/   ��|  <j*553.-55-?'-35$5-$$SS33S3:5fe���e*^  ���   ' (Fi>OH.G*.mim-Rc\lew ) v   *     '  Speaking of^ "burning  "shames"  there's tho two far-five cigar.  Everything comes to him who  waits, 'unless you happen to be  waiting for a waiter at a restaurant.  When 3'ou crack, your cra^v-  bone jou rub 'er, and when you  ctaue your neck''you rubber; so  what's the use? ���  '  --\.boi;t the best spring medicine  one can take these days is to get  nji early iu the morning aud hike  down the pike.  Why is it that nine out of  every 10 undertakers you meet  encourage the eating of wild  mii'-liroomi?  We   will   now   intersperse    the  services by singing that old   fain  iliar hymn, "When   31 other   Jleat  the Rug with Father's Crutch."  Dirty   Hands.  Gel   busy with  rake.  the   nnick.  Another indication of spring.  People arc reading sarsaparilla  signs.  The green onion has much  to do with the breath of  spring.  With  plenty of   fresh   eg.gs  in tlie market,   "ham and" is _  becoming- a  popular breakfast  food in Movie.  Diity hands pause more deaths  than bul)et��, poisons, railway accidents and earthquakes combined, says an eminent doctor.  The hands ihculd bo petfectly  clean when handling anything  i that we have to eat. All kinds  of diseases aro spreiyi by the unclean hands of cook* and others  comiug iu contact   with  tho  food  Appeal to Reason:���Many little  business men develop'au industry  and build up, a large demand in  the aggregate, and then conies  along a. Morgan >or other capitalists and swipes the whole 'business by applying modern' methods  and capital. "The small fry are  left stranded'aud their work and  'genii}3 ia the foundation of men's  (fortune's that have done nothing  toward 'producing theq. Formerly there were' 1,300 railroad  corporations.' Now six men practically own the whole system,  formerly there were many thousands of cigar factories, while now  a half dozen control the market  of the nation. Formeily there  were many L thousands of cigar  stores, while now 6'ne (irm is getting control of tho entire business. 17-ormerIy there wero many  hundreds of iron, oil, sugar and  other firm-, while now each line  is controlled by a single firm.  And,the small business men think  they are playing the'game! They  don'c know tho first principles of  it. What think yon that ten  years more will produce in the  monopolization of things,  ' ' I make a specialty of<Postal Photo work. ,Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or ��1.25'a'dozen.  MISS FLORA DEACON.  r���<k.���   ���L=i  HUi"l wy  O. F. DESAULNIER.    - ?  ui;ai.i;u   in ' i  , mil im  ���   i,  ' PROMPT DELIVERY. ,  aueens' A^g. .    MOYIE  fj��JANO LES&O.NS  ,    H. C. SALMOk ���  of Cranbrook    -,  ' (Phone 203.), ','     , ���  visits Moyie'weekly.'  n -  Stiidio at Mrs. Gilberts  St.   Josephs   Convent.  ->-��-'      ^ NELSON, B.C.  , .doarchn'g and D.iy' School conducted by Sisters of St. Joseph,I^elson,  B. C. Commercial and' business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift, progress cliaracte&ize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month .assures the  public 'i �� the 'thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Term?  conim'ince January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted durinc term.  STOl' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  K. II. SJlALt, ainnasrer.  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and first class sample rooms.  Selkirk \.<u\ge. No. 55  A. �����'.   A:   A. ar.'  > Regular    meetings"  on tlie .first Wednesday      of   each  month.     '  ������  Visiting brethern welccniP.'  Jirdhftpmaii, W. j\L  N. ~\V. .Murdott, Secretary.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No'. 71 W. F, of M.  Meeto in Miners' Union Nail .every, Saturday evening. Sojourning members are cordially invited  to 'attend. o  Albert.GiU, ' James Roberts  President. >   .    Secretarj'  &  Harvey,  ' MoOarter  .Macdoriald. ,  ��� ������   ,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook.   -   -    B. C  W. F. GURD,  '     BAItKISTEK, SOLICITOR, ETC.  CRANBROOK.'  B. C  DR. r. B. MILES, ,  "' ���        *������ ,   ��� .   ���  Cranbrook' B, C.  George H. Thompson,  BAiiRigTnn,    Solicitor  .    "_Noivuiy Poulic,'&c. '  CRANBROOK,'      British Columbia  W, R. BEAT-TY.        ���  ;    c   ' 4  -   ��� t ,     '  1       Embalmer and Undertaker,  i  Phone 0.    - r    CRANBROOK  T. T. McVItUo,C.K.,P  L. S. II. Y. I'-irker,   C  McVITTIE & PARKER  PllOVINCIAL  fiAND   SuRVBVlJJf!    ,  KAir.WAY Jt  .mining   j:ncini:j2isin��  ' Estimates' Furnished.  OFFICES ���  Fort Steele P. O. Box 23.  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11.  HOUSE  FOR SALE  4 ROOMS, $400  HOUSE FOR REN?  4 ROOMS, $10 PER MONTH.  F. J. SMYTH.  MOYIE,   B., O.  P. O. IlOX SOI  I'll ONE.  | East Kootenay Bottling Co |5  ������- ��� Cranbrook,   B. C.  ' ' r3 ' ' ,,'','  ^[anufaclurcrs- ofr'fiH kincls'gf^arbojinied-  beverages.  /Wo spare no expense  to linvo  our goods-tho best on the market.*   " <    -  There.are  others, But!!  if/,  \V  \H) There/are  others, But!!          ifl  w ��� ���"��� ���    ;    ' ' ������������ ' ' \ ���   " '  BEDSPRINQ  AND  MATTRESS  Diarrhoea should be cured without los-, of time, and by a medicine which like Chamberlain's  Oohe, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Ilemedy not only cures promptly  but produces no unpleasant after  effects. Tt never fails and is  pleasant and safe to take. Sold  bv the Moyie Drug & SUitionery  Co.  ���i���   ��� ������ ,    ���    ���n.n.i,.     ^^jMj ���        ��n   .������������������I    WIMM  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confepriqnery.  TOYS,    NOTIONS   ETC.  , South   Victoria   St.  It: is p.rcsunicd that Roosevelt, Taft 'and Rockefeller will  be at the ringside of-'the Jeffries- Johnson'fight to add 'dignity to the occasion.. . ���  MOTOR  BOATS  Would you like satisfaction in  your'new launch? Would you  like to have a guarantee on it?  Would you like to havo it built  from a first class design? Would  you like to beat the other fellow?  If you do, write us. Wo will be  | glad to give you prices on finished  tefoimisa   good   thing   when   b0afcO(  k,lockdowu    frame*,    pat-  \ve eat.  Pointed Pjtrgjrraphs.  It doesn't hurt a joke   to  crack  An immense' amount o�� ro.ad  work is to be done this ' year  in vSouth East Kootenay.  and  .applied to tlia other fellow. .  An early cnciiinbei' in.the  hand  'beats, two in the stouaach..  .   ^evei- depend   on- a  stuttering  man.    He'll break his. word.  To-eii.\oy loye  or   sausages   one  must have a lot of confidence.  terns Or boats partly finished.  K. HENRY & CO;  iiOATiiuii.Dic.'ia, NELSON, B. C.  Wm, Jewell  thejxmntry   will    lx  benefitted.  ���greatb  '.   Your tongue is coated. j  Your breath is foul. ' !  llutulaches come and  go.. I  Those symtoras. show that your [  stoiuach ' is  in " tvbuble,     To    re-i  move the cause is tho  first  thing,! W0QD       AND COAL  and   Chamberlain's   Stomach   and  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  In view of   the . lnmy-  ;uk1 raihva - 'accident-.-,:   w  mine  I Liver Tablets will do that.  ! to take and most  nlfective.  bjr the Moyie Drug   As  ���JSisy  ���Sold  Stationery |  ^l"'y\v��  Fqy   Sale  1.,'eavo Orders at.  Uwy^iiio's Store.  ��� ''���.,      British (>oAiuybiiv  Nifty Spring  IUITINGS  Fl NE NEW STOCK  of  the  nattiest in Spring Suitings  from eastern and Englisli  manufacturers just received,  They are undoubtedly tlie  handsomest and most [distinctive fabrics that have  yet been offered and those  who would have something  select in '-a.Suit for spring  should leave their order  carl}'.;..u.A fit guaranteed, and  at a reasonable price-  'Pressing and Cleaning-  Done  Prices Right.  G.LF00TE  Merchant Tailor,  MOYIE, B. C  BUY   YOUJl'  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  Chamberlain's'Cough -Remedy  Cures Cold*. CroiU) and Whoypiny Cough,    ^  A. B. Stewart  ���Tni-:���  ti  barge   sample   room   in   connection  with house fpr commercial men. Best  of accommodation.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and MiniugMen.  Queens a.vk ��� ,   MOY E, B. C.  SEND YOUR    WORK    TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  IS-l^iOX  All White Latior. f  L.oavc work with tho    local agent  A, B.  STEWART,  Cranbrook   Co-Operative    S  * Moyie  As made by the present brewer is admittedly^M  Best Reei- in East Kootenay.   With tho I3c?t Mji||  and tho Purest Spring Water it \h unexcelled fc  quality.    Insist on having -Moyie Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BRER  <j  \ji  Mi  �� MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  S JMLOSrXJZ, 33. C  o*����a����e������������o��<5����������������a�����MM����o��������������**<'��oe  M0Y1E  . ������ 'v     P.F. JOEijySTOJV, ,  This Hotel is New and well Furnished {J  Tables are Supplied with the fes^j  Market affords. The Bar is Fil]e��.���  the Best Brands of Liquors and wg  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK ' ��� 0���coi^!B  Iuovtk        .-���;-���   -      -       -,-     ���-.-        b����'"^  ft- v \  ��ll  M >' Ms  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA!    ^  ,-slsS  1  INSURANCE   MAN ��� hi; too, is full, of guile  There Are   Tricks  in  Without  Them Hoiv  His  Trade,  for  Could He Ever  Get Past the Guardian of the Office  Gate and Spread His Net for the Busy  Business Man? '  Id Us,. If .siKoC's'sfully, fur. till' Slilon l.'W once gained, hi'  tuns; live ii|> to I lie pao ��� lu-'-oi.    11��- niu-t Intensify the  .���uriositj- In- 11.> ���. crenti-il.     lie. louim.-noes, pot Ii.iiis, liy  MiiJJjvi I to upjiriftJiuiift1 aiii'-niit th'e in.in h.i- lo invest. -  null suggests a plan <-nn-r��iH.v'-uilotl to his needs, hut'  general   enough   to   Induce  que-iiuns.     Willi   Ihc, Hr.it  question Ills object Is iW'hlt-VTil.     A new. Important iic-  ' quaintnuee  Ims  been   iiiiiilc,  to  ifpru,  |K>i-li;i|is,   til!  It ,  ��� Khali la Ins forlli tin1  fruit of tlu- policy tree. Just ns  mellow as any pour nnd far mure golden.  ,   Acquaintances' are? In fuel, what the simple soul's "(  agents appear chiefly'U> ciave.    Their (hilly  bre.nl  Is  not   more   necessary   than   their   thillj'   acquaintance.  'J'liey  join  eluljs.  and  (>e!on^ to   f<'lltm'��li3|>'>(,  and  con-  JU-UI j!l,/.4, uml Willi acquaintances do lliey develop the  ,.-i ^holograph of a woman on his watch or photographs of c-hllilreji on his tU'sk you set him on thi'  sentimental side. A mini's 'jjot a vvc.iUl>o-s ��i��iiii-  u'here. uliil you Just find It out .'ind pl.ij ,lilin on It.  V.iii tost him out liy III tie filnully -quo-thm-, three  months npiut. It's like a game of checkers. He doesn't  know what you're milking a move for till he finds  himself In a corner."    , . ,  , Ho paused, but  not for breath.    Insurance agents  arc ilevcr breathless. ' '  ������Tricks?" he went on." "Sure. Always agree with  a man. Keep him nodding his head. If he's a lover  of his family tail; protection. If. he's greedy tails  money. Another thing, set In Imieh with future lilts.  The  old   fellows' have'all   Ihc   lii.sunuice  tlieyt want  u  . ���' BY .GARNET WARREN.  ��.-<>|VJ-ll|:li!, X��n, I,) 'I lie New Vnrlt ll.-raU li?   Al, IUcIiIm R'wnnl.)  X   the   bright' lexicon   of   youth.", .wrote   Iir.  ' Johnson.  ';tliere Is  no wioli  iv.nl ns  f.nl."    It  "Is  n'r.itlunlo.   imtliffcl  sUitoinelil.  and   U  Only  unfortunate lii that "SI was nlierc'd  before die  ,  , rinjs ofs insurance (i-jjoiU-y.' which,It'well  inlgb-t  ifiavo  Included'    "VowlW "nnd Jii-ur,tiiee agency know-  itiu* fnlhli-e"   would  be less  Impressive. (hough equ.illy  true   and    iiiiiHi   inure   modern,      "insurance   iigeilcj,*  uutl jotith" might  be even1 heller. .bee.yiA.' 4lie former  'iis nioro'.skllful���and It b.is tilt Us to bu-k Jt as well.  .Iie'.eed.  !-i  ('he Held of  In.siiiMiice they- take a   ivldic  rii'.jio���from" die North  Pole,of life his-uiunc'o 'fof the  l.oulh  Pole of lire  Insurance;  and  tIn-���  cover, all  lhi!t  (nterv enlng    lorrjtury���ncoldoijts     and     parUierslilp.s  jiud overi-thingunder.ihe sun or. posslblj-.^ibi/vc It.  ,  Take lifo'lusiirnnoe, first.    Do you ever wonder how  '     i    i, - - t      ,     ,   vx      -1       -        ,  lit comes ,tli.Hvthe nierl stranger, w It It the sto.idj- eyes  of search'    resents himself atid ppe.ik-s.so nnders.laiKl-  '  Iiijrly about the VJ��!n��s whli-li intw^i yirti?        '    ������  ��� '   -'Jlie 1 fu Mils that you'are one of an' end low buniaiv  ' chain-.which  <\\ ery   life   Iiisnrance  nnont   builds'for  "-' himself.     lie  (,'ets   ,\f<itr   name   from'some   frleiHl'��or  iieViuaSnlai-.eo of, .votir own  upon  whom  he, ban Just  uBiiccossfulIyi e.\erclscd   bis   .skill.-    If   he   pilns   your  ,' ���confidence1 he \vlll,^et nnother 11:11110 from you.    The  married  in;Ui'likes  to Ket^Mhers  married, the .freshly  t '- .,  Insured <I\as  11 delight   In   soeliiR  Ids  fellow   human?  o ' , ' '' '  "urltlen up." nnd 1\e n\i};^eMts you ns a pox.lblb sub-  Ji-ct <vf iiursult.    If he be vnln be Is sclentldcally In-  '���  duced -to   beast ��� of   his   neiiunliilaiieeshjp ' with . you.  ' fAinoiiri or prosfierous a's you an;. ,ar.d the Insurance  flsent  koos   to his'own  oHlee,.aii(I  looks you  up., In- ���  ���'/It-e'il. I lie Insur.we eompanles'are nde|>ts nt produc- ���  ins    llsN���elasslilod1, llsl's.    K<-lentillc.i!ly    constructed  f lists���Willi lite (lnanclal standing of (hose lueliuled'  iiutrkeil very carefully. Indeed,, and <mch .secrecies  /iro easily"'pnn Ided by concerns which make n busl-  ��iess of such dilntf^. r     , ,'. '  "- ,lt -U 'Hie <if<t'ssveet  foni)dnjlon  of .i  s-truelHVO d"s-  " itliied. p^rhapi.'lo rise so hi^-h. and the''Ingenious i\j.-eut-.'  *<ralBlitwny   proceeds no, add   to'-|t~.'i   sim-oihI.   In   Hie  ���,sluipe'of such persfinal In format Ion as lie may obtain.  Von will notice he, Is a^very pleasant fellow, not Intro-  *<IK'<-��Jvc. and he will chat  with you cheerfully about  ctiuMi   and   tliliij;1.���though   hl-f personal   prefcre'neo  Is  11   for  nien.'"   So he,, (luds  from you  the cvtent  pf your ,.  1   ���friend's family, hls,,teniper.iinc-nl. his tastos.^nnd froes. v  thus nrmed. lo nieet him.     Hut'ho does not always ap-  -  proach your friend directly In the character of n pur-  . suer.  That wotihl.lve poniewhal direct���the work would be  ie\~�� �� little course.    He rather rocs to Inquire about tl  jim. the ir.ime lie has recently lindeil      He Introduces  tilinself and savs that  V'U are desirous of tiiKInp out  * i  <i  |nill,-y  with  his conipauj-.  i\lilcli. lmwever.  Is very  particular about Its risks. Me looks e\tremely Impressive as he says this. , U rut her Indicates that he  would, on the whole, cither polish sooner th.ui accept  >011 If \ou had not rcpre .euted jouiself correctly Iu  .cvvery p:irtk-ul.:r.  ���      The   Jollying. ��� '  Of oor.rsr your friend ;:lvos jmi  the  best character  In   I lie   wiu-'d.   which   manifestly   delights   the   a^cnt.  lie   remark-   tli.it   jou' :iie   one   of  t-u>   best    f<-llo��-s  be has ever ii'ct .-uk! that   he Is filad to have been  in-  Mi-umental   In   your   m-iUhiK  a   very  splendid   Invest-  , fneiit.    The  friend  prl ks  up lijs  ears      Investinent���  j'/hat Investment? ��� What sort of policy'did you take?  lie  becomes curious and   tlie .i.u'ent  tolls  him of your  policy ai.d  of oilier  pnlb les  which  lire  evlraordinary  Jin oslnients  aUn.  and  of  one  in   parlleul.ir  which   Is  ilellealely cahuiiled'lo  ii'ee!   hi- own rase. '  \nd thus tin a^out bo oines In iti'urcd lie oil's  (hen iftu i\ii\ llille w lull In-I.tint sinllliv  iiiild.il but liutiiul ibli is fik ^oll in 011 his cud  < idi \ now (Ik. liis thoiisuuls ot inilii'- In ID '"d h>  ikks mm 11 11110 off 1 Kb llnu lie \i-lts ion mi Hi it  he inn < I ul Hi tin lulcnils of tilling He is  -���ontlnu illi thluUIn,.' ii|) 111 w ^ iiiiliuns of poll' \ for  wui eu.li tliiKil it some \ulxitbii point which ho  his  Ic u ni d  dm 11^  Ills  f Ii m'l\   c ills  Indud it Is In iIII-, diii^uu i i^-nioi t t'ut 'In  RUbthst of his ,m ks nu shown No in'll\ ciunpoli ul  npiit will ippiiuli a qu mm in Impoi limit wilhoul  homo -.paid |ni|i(sil sultid to bis piospntlM ne  tiiu s it inpei iniiiit mil condition w I l> h hi hispilns  l/il��Jni,'/l h linul In fun hind IIoW \ic llnu not  c In Us In tin ���ii al nuns until nihil w I10 111 i\ be  niiili '���ilin.ls w'th ml (ill tin onsiioiisM puiupid1  Ale  t'uii   not  mil  ilmnisil  s  w Im   III*. 11 ��� Ii  dnv   live  jn low   si  ills    I  HOW    UIIK h   ill    W II It    tl   lllspill s    ill ill   '  I   liii iw    11   i���i nt   whi   witli Ilu   wi-iloin ol   ilu,   si 1  plllt     Sllllsl I lllt,s    10     1    pus-   ilippiir.    I mi  iu      w I1I1 h  m uds hlui   111 uiiiils ot   ill  sm ill   11 ( Mi ut- 1 1   in 11  ��i  ildints   winiiii   his   i ulnis      liniiliil   wilh   liu-i     he  halliis   fotli   ihiibh     iiimil       ilu    ^1 'in il   hi-   Inn  Miiln!  bi foil I I      Ilu   iisponsilli   ^1 nib 111 111   win  lias alinnst hid an iillniuobili lolli-lnii tin wit I. be  iun* Ii is h id tin unit ibilll 1 Ol llllllllll ill ill- l.MUUllt  In bis dooi I1011I so lo -pi ik I'M wnlhi i ill/in who  Ins iwn sllppui In tin -11 iw iiul ^hni In- 1" t'��>  )ni 111 m tlcsb soliu tiling of   1 slunk    Ii 1- hi i 11  I 11 1 d  In  plOspilts     Ol     till      lllllill I III  \        HI      pM   II   lsll   ���     sll'l  jicls  fin   tin   mint nil    i,,i 111    vwiii  pi   Inblv   11 il's  'u  Ml   111   Ol     llllllllll    plISON    Willi     I   s    Villi  J I1I11U  w hi 11   vou    lunili   HU hi  hm   lit 1 11  II  Hi it  polki nun   h idn t   piillul   mu   1 1  I       < '-  I 1I11I  in 1111 ii v   11   sm Ii   1   11 nu      "mh Ii I- tin.  1 nub Ut d    llfol in 11 loll  Loo ^s   Ihm   Over   last  "1 hen if I c in     siuloui   to mi      I look   iminovir  btfote 1 IntiivV -   him     I -it in 11   I1I111  w hi n In   1 Hs  Ills   lunch��� it   tin   ni\t   t il.lt    |i.'      >      u 'H'   "hl1  jou   'llrculj   Unow    vou  1 m   nit  ��  -"<-f'  1"11   01   linn  tint wni,      'J lit 11 I 111 11 idv   lo si nil 1111   u uni In  '  And (hi   111 nun 1 of (hi si nilliif. '  The mithods, of loiu-i     in   is v ul'u-   is 11"   ,IH"  but lncUhitf the iiaini   ol   1   Hunil to-uw   '<"   ' lll��  duitlon the Cmtloii ot Ctino-itj   is tin   niUlud nust  BUCClSSfulIj    Ct.l,,U,J v-d.  "Tell him'that Mr. W. II. .lfced wishes lo see  With   impressive   emphasis   upon   the   W.   H.,  example of ndroituess iu this respect.    W. II  Who is W. W. Heed? Clearly a person of importance  ��� by Implication. Tlie pieat man may turn .forth plain  Hood, but hesitates before the Insistence of the W.'H.  However, be may he1,obdurate or there are ollicc  bojs'and secretnries witli |.ecull.u" predilections for  "the nalui-e of join business- even when you arcL an  Insurance ujiont. lot .ilono a Journalist. It Is at sucli  times thnt your tine ai;i'Ut ri^es to his ultim.ite  heleht.  II Is i inilti lnlimUilv pusmiil It I- n uii'tir  whlili Vi sU udso vvniild nit wiut disiussid with  invbnlv Is a pocd cuuositv iwiUcuu mil us\i llh  in  iutuviiw   fTitlutei    though  it  tills v. skilful  in 111  Mr    W. N. REED Wishes to See You  ���wonderful ^'Ifts of the piestidi^alateur. 'From each  one they make two to frrow. And round their devoted  heads the trick- revolve wilh a bewilderini: brilliancy.  ��� , -Tricks-V"' -aid my fiieml the coinmunicatUe intent  (I wonder what his communicativeness Is going to  co-t moV)���"tricks? Well, yes, we have our tricks, if  you call adroitnesses tricks. We're jjootl students of  human naluie if Hell's ^ hat you mean, but if a man  were a writer you wouldn't call that a trick; you'd  c ill it (lev muss       Hi liii^lud  ^ ou   dm to cir ewrv   mm 011 bis weak point" he  ucit on     If lies nci\ou<; vou show  hi in how  he can  it his inoi iv  bilk whincMi lie w nits It     It lies got  now. Nurse the young ones along for a few years,  and as they get tlie positions they carry the insurance. I always work n man a few jears ahead. ��� It  may take me ten years to get a fellow, but If I keep  In touch with biin I land him In tlie'end.'"  ' lie nodded his ficad modestly triumphant.  "Tricks?" he continued. "Lots! ^ Keep .1 man slnglini  all von can���have blur signing any old tiling. Why?  It gives 11 I'm the Idea he's all tied up if, another broker  Miniiw alonsr. lie's soared to do any business with  him Ileus another thin.r llvwns go In on 1 mm,  ncvet wait fot him and let him come In on \ou If  his out ot h's othec he 1 in leive jou If jou re Iu  his otllce \ou\t. got to ln\e hlui "  a' mathematical  problem  in pigs.  with    1  ,   11 IK   ot  t(\ M Dig bick room M'd the b lid hi uli d mm  lie two ihllilitu slud\in~- uilhiniti lhij ire  dob g sums In inuliipliiutnn 1 hi ml tliini dis  pi tin,. 1 niliiuti if-o ibout -iviii timis iiIul Hull  cliittu toil mi biik to tin In-st piobliin in mullipii  c itlon   I   n-ini inbc 1   livni-  lu s"lw  I   wis   vnv   Midi   dun       I'll    tl   >e   wis   evinlng  pit II A    MJl.ll     lllll    slip] I I 111   lilt    sunt      II    Hist    W-l  iatlui in.Uli. 1 mil I I ilu Jn-t ib "I bultiini  1 imi 1 t.until pi 1 son 1 mm 1 hid nvu sun 1 ut  I uIn 1 mil moih. 1 km w '11111 1 In v t illul im 1 /m  I Inn 110 111,11 o lilt 1 now 111 11, 1 b d Inn who /in  vv is 111 w is bU mid ml wlu-l 1 ml Hi hid 1 dn P  win mil lit shook I nil- wnli 1 -up lb 11 hint I  did   not   liU   /in    '"I   "iv   ul'u"    > ll1   niolhii   niiist  lllll    HlOUrJll   SOIMlllllll,.   ol   him        M��    fithu    slid ���  '    Hive vou ju-t conn   to town   /in  ' / 111 s iltl  In   h id  -,v In   not  s| iv    11 1 in   hoiist   all  iil^lit      su^���is|  tl  111 V     niollit I  / 111  s ild   hi   \\ ould  M v u.otlii 1 111 nit  ltv u tl bv it t urn 1  I 1 low 11 I hi 11 w is  hi ul   to  ( ilk    il>< 'll  llllllllll tl   p    Ul  (I-  111 \v    I1III1V   It 111-  clilli I 1 il  inv  Hut s ���  Mis  lliu  Iliow n   1 illid   him  .1   llltli.   Cliilstinls.  him,"  is an  KecdV  tTu    and   ( v i 1 v In dv    t f vt d  Ml    111 it   /m   h id   lit u���hl   h >-s  im    li  -   In   V 11 In ul ii   Hi it   / 111  ll   wi l^'llll   1   liu-i I   h >w    in inv  11 tl /m 1 NptUttl I     _i t   I 1' hi t I now  1 p  11 id  Inl   ll      1 n si 1 ll     niv  1 H'lir  h 11    11 il - ml ���  1111 linn- I I nin In vv n 1 ' it num., mill  If Ilu- h A wiub- uli in vti uiiinlii 1 I I" mills It  �� 1- nil Tun-- -w 11 Hi vt 1 hi 111I11 1 ot u nl- it iv I ���  1 p   nnd   how   mill h nioni v   w ill / in ^.i I  I H   il  Mv    im 1 In 1   h id   h���   I ulh   m   mi  .pun 11 in in*   I H'" '  III   1 m 1   hr-n       li  H      '      s       "1Kl    ��� ,  v.   ,    in    , m      s 1 tl   nu    I    In 1        A\ hi ri s    join  ' v,   1      1  mv  si il.   in 1 |u  1  II   I si I il   iv 11 tin  pounds  Hut   h   -T iwUnd    1 id  Ihi   I nu    il    nnd     in,I   I    I  li_niul   ml   1   IV'iiul     " d��   I"  , 1.  1 t   H(    I'm    I    ">   l,n   '  mere was ,l.-...l .-.!.���-������ ' " l"  slopped li'ilUing lo w-atch me. .  threw back  my  head  in tmmipn  " 'Well?' said mv. latin.-,--  . uni 11IIill il    11  tin   - pi   i'ii-   ind  1 w n   lit,   bit 11 Inn.,'  Hi    1 u 1   mil / 111  At   last   I- got   it.    I  "Mwiiitv foui   thousind  tltllus'  slid  I  lo this d iv  It in see t'11  look of hopi ful astonish  11 cut that ti insii���und the fiCL of pool  /m   who, no  A USEr-Ul   GIFT  TIIT littli 1 ' ulliiu pi tilt 1 iioistttl die hi iw 1 w  ltt fit m tin I"' ol Ins vv igun and sti-'gind up  tin. vv ilk to tin hisoiniul dooi, iniUiii.,' hi idw iv  wih diltioulli i-iiiisl tin. luu vvi.nl pippuid with  1,UI vim hi li 11I It Uv 11 'i|s bin ilt 11 into tneMvilibin  In -l 11U d 1 ut V "I" "In n  Sin   In hi   1 Inth   1 umlli  Oil     /i 1 1      sh    s iIi-  ii mi mlii mi t   f 1   '   n  1 I, nil.  v. n   m 1 mi  Us 1 11 il nu 1 -I n t Us too sin ill foi me 1 id too  1,1 i,, ,,n (I 111-lut 1 but it s still ^111 id I In inlois In  tin 1 I ud hivi 11111 to-i tin 1 stunt, but It s ipilti hinil-  sonii 1 I 1 hi'llii "  I hi -1 1111- 11 hi  u-t till  foi   voiu   Will  j h ink  \   11    in 1  mi  N,.  w Hi       Wi"   b 1  I  h iv 111 t   mv  - -in  ^i 1 i.i   uml 01 11 usiu 01 soinil   dj  1 b iv 111 t   im  \d vv mill 11 1.1 mv is  \o 111 1  nu  \\ i ||    il l I   -lit   it lo  1   h iv 111 t  Hi 11    nu  ,u u-t 1-      - nd  no t iu   10 do  \t   m 1  nn  Will   H -  i u il nuc  J li ink vou   in 1  mi  JI11   bilk   I lndlm-  pc tilt t   -hutlltd  down  the   vv 11k  Ins s i  1  0  1- liuii'hid  1-iiii-l the svvn p ot tlie stm in  Out   in  Ilu  -iiul  his *   1-      ,-iunt,  simp nbbid   mil  p ilu nl  is  ti 1 v ul  but  tlu 1  but   It  1 iu  bi  111   In  si w i_d  111 ml tl  It 11 be  I   b iv 11   t    mv   vv ifi  mm   si-tci,  then  -0111  1   IV  v. 1 11   nii-'ii  Vi -    1 low 11  11 It 1   vou  11 it nil vv ho c in   isv  It  nto  milt     it  dubioiislv  i   1 in    )f  l'.ut  tlii.it. ��  diubt   hid never ��soon so much as tvAontj four thou-  s mil 1 cuts at one time  Ivvintv "-oui  thou     Oh   Tord'   said Zin  " \\ liv   si n   s ml mv  f 1 tlu r  '   -\\hn did 1  till  vou'   sitd 1111   mother  'I ihokid buk  1 tlslng snlllii   mil L<ui,'cd nij eves  '   rlh it stln  vv iv   It 1 onus out,   sdil  I  " n\    irilii    Mid   1111   fuliir       liieie must  bo  1  littlt   inistnUi   sonic when       It 1011 Id 11 t be <iuite tint  1 111 Mi   vou know '  Si 1 i lid igiln I ntbbul out hguiitl some more,  inbbul mil mil li-'iiinl 1-' 1I11 but no in lttir how I  tvvl-ltil tho-t piskv ti-uu- tin in-wii wis alw Hs  tin simi���ivvintv 1   111   thon-n 1 doll lis  If Ullll tllllll tlf,UlLs ditlu t Hi,' slid ?-|iu, vvist-  fullv  I iiiul outil-'ht then I thought ho wis casting  sonu   i-pi ision on  mv  own vtiullv  \ivil mind son siulinv Iitlui Vou 10 a little  sbivu vi t Vou 1 111 t i\pn t to fcit 1 v nj thln���' il^hc  oil  tin in I '  pi 11 fttlui' How It nil conns buk I dont  know whit kind of sums dmsi vtiiin_-tiis in the ni\t  1 o mi nt li-tniM-- on but 1 11 bit t hit tluv 11 ncvti  I itlli a pi obli 111 In 1 1111 i'ii 11 tilth unit, wilh so  niiiili lit 111 intiicst m It is Lb 1 piobliin ot /1113  is_M utO liiB  rosMm ^ \or  1 limit bintiuil ol  .In    iluuiiil of tho "Vh-'lnii  In-tiUili  111 Nivv   \ oi      lluiv   vt   i,ui,i  1   1 i\iii-loii   \  1 , vi      m tin. -ul nit inui  01  Ih it s t ul Kiv 1 to 1 ill    ( ov 111101     In 1 m-i hi 1 mil  w ilhin   dist inn   ot   t'11   ih 111  111 uli    pll-Jlll nt    ol  SI 1 inn  Milltnv i  Im In    1  skitt     Hue II is,  Ziki  si ul with lovwiui In Hi tin lnrlc pul.i  In .ltd it ilu miiiiil 1 moiiii ul 1 hi 11 slovvlv unr . ii  tin skul u d 1 iu Ullll line it Itoni hi in to vv ilstb mil  lit ii s-ul it ov ii thi- hoisi s bulk nukin, it 11st w uli  a  bit  of string.       .  '  .   ��� .  "I 'most forgot .vou, Jennie,    ho said, us lie mounted  sUfllv to Uis seat. " "-Merry Cbristiuus.". !  li niv   bifi 11   hi   ��   -  tin,    I iiut-tt w 11   1 \p isiln 11,   le-  iiunlid   1 -ton   Vdmii il 11 uuii-t >n to d to hl'ii  JL lit.   win 11 il  vv is show in-  I 11-idn t Ko -1 vi It I ne  t im--   it tin  Nulolk ���\ iv v   \ ml not 11111 kid bv  pit'i  vv iv  si���u-   whin tluv  1 inn upon   1 vkw  loiiiiu indln,'  sonit.  It nt It. ships  lim.: piutlullj   in  tin 1 Hi   ilin  110011 ol an  lndi 111 siiiiiiuii  d iv  1 till vou Mi 1 iisidi it sud the \dmn il en  "ij-ii-lK illv thit H we hid hid ill ot those won-  ti nil vi��� s sivitil vi Us iBo wi vv ou d uot hive  h id   1 w u  vv ilh S[    In  "lt'.s,       sa 111    lliu    l'l "-.-id.eii t;    lifting     alia    n,M^.t,iCLc,  "and   thou���then   I   would   uot have  becu   1'resldeilt,  .oil?--"        .; ���..   ..���...._��� ���..,. ���.. _..:.. .;  And thou ho corliiiurd ar.d t( Id a little of, the u< dor  life of agenlry. of the polh les which' could be v.iiiteii  if the ngo'ir v.mi'ti sli.u e'just a liiile I nun 111- commission, ucd thus lower the legal, rale "between  filends." and of tli.- Intimates of the M'l-.it vv ho would  aid llie priii ess of acceleration If the'agent "handed  over" to a sulllelentlv satisfying degree���which, of  course, being human and up agent is- not impossible.  Of ihc "desk'man" in the Insurance offices who cied-  Its himself with commissions for induced hiislnes,  v\ liii-h simply ivnftcd In tlirongh front doors ami  clamored to be Insured.-(11111'of Insurance oonipaules,  who canvass'brokers for their business, with verbal  and more materia! persuasions frowned upon by that  con troll ing Insurance Exchange, ho told also. Should  'miy little iransicllons of this kind come to light what  ran be more Indignant than an outraged company entirely'Ignorant of such pr.v{?tk'os? I'.ut my friend tho  ngont Indicated It as n trick not uncommon, Iu com-,  pan.v circles.      ", ,' '��  Then there 'is the fire insurance���a v>-lifiIo lexicon  of tricks In llseir. which (he agent Is nhvnj-s able,to  ���fipell, Take (he ^"ire Insurance Rxciiange's t'hargos  l"or ."deficiencies" In n building.', for,Instance. ,TIm��,  rate, .perhaps. Is fairly high, but.lt ls/'a very slight  hurdle for the ngont of nptnoss. "I'll get it reduceilo  for'.you," he nlrlly says, with (hat solid assurance  which'is a whole primer of tricks In itself. "Yes���  but1 whnt's. It going lo cost me?"' asks the victim, still  vvar.v. Ilut'lhe agent answers, "Not a cent." Ho puts  on* a nice coat of white paint here'and nn equally  agreeable piece of plaster there and ,makes up the  ��� deficiencies out of his own pocket. Ills commission  ,wlil, conic to far more. It,Is'a practice frowned upon  by those austere'authorities of the. Insurance Exchange, ^but'who is going to give the'philanthropic  agent away?   Not the ^assured, certalnlj-.  rmleed,"tlie fire insurance ngents aro Just as alert ns  their brothers ,of the.Jlfe policies. They.hnvo their  lists, too. and the problems,of tlielr lifts also are���  acquaintances., They fix venturing "eyes nt the^ important, ..while, t'tiej'' become acquainted ��� with their  friends r>.d offer them commissions, for their "moral" ���  nld. ,,I1ut while the agent is exerting himself to Insure you It Is'io bis Interest to make It as easy,for  you ns possible. ITe-accordingly Is skilled In trick.  Insurance clauses, drawn ,by himself, which are supposed to supersede those in the'company^ agreement.  It Is' true that the companies have men engaged to  circumvent just (his very purpose' but your1 fire Insurance agent can weave more out of ,the Kugllsh  language, than any Journalist who ever wrote.' *It'is  , necessary, to trick the companies In this way lu(ordcr(  to got business.  ��� , ��� 'Some Good Lines. /  The business of ^'automobile  Insurance,  too, offer*  possibilities.to the active gentlemen of the Insurance'  field.   Here it Is a matter of getting In first.   If a per-'  son biiys<'nn automobile nnd his certificate for it be-"  comes  published before he Is  insured the case'is al-  iiuxtT hopeless to your' skilful .insurance person.    So  he, provides for this.    He has. tlie,faithful salesmen  In the auto houses bound to, his Interests nnd Immediately a .snlo Is miulc'that active gentleman rushes  _'"  ,.^to_the jioarcst telephone and  Informs  the Insurance  -    ~" brc)ker~of'ft.1'together with the name and address ot  ' the purchaser.   Then the agent bears down upon that  "proprietor   and. without the worry of competition,insures   hint.    Tho  broker,  though.  In   this case,   must  not have a Voo Implicit confidence in tlie salesman���  who'maj- have a  number of brokers upon his staff.  You've got (0 get a man who can be bought���and stay  bought.  Arraiipretnents'bave been made bj- brokers that a  copy of each certificate shall be sent'to them before  IM* published; but this is slower than die salesman  method, although cheaper anil wider of scope.  But in the rf-countn! of the subtleties of the Insurance person's art tho adjuster must not bo omitted  from this roll of fame. ITe it Is whom you engage to  represent v-ou as against the company adjuster. _  Sometimes he Is a very>vvllllng personage indeed. lie '  Will even wait about fire stations seeking the crumbs  of his profession. From the firemen he will get tha  address of the fire nnd Its particulars. Then he will  dash 'around and guarantee many, things, nmong  others to'get the full a mount of j-our Insurance. And  the adjuster may do much���at a percentage.  A case occurred recently, however, when one of his  tricks was not completed In all its details. A slight  fire occurred in n tenement which was quenched wit'i  a lew buckets of vv iter Vfter airingln^ ' adjustment' with the fimllv In whose room it occuued ho  d isbid htipetuou-lj to the tcunnt below ' loll ma  about vom d una-jo," he shtlekcd 'louve lnd tei-  rlblo dinnge bv witor haven't vou'^ It wis doubtless unfoitumte but tho ten int bid not '1 lie two  buckets hid fullid to peuetiate Into these lower  nglons  Hut a small clicumst nice of tint sott wns a fcither  to our Iiventlve idjustir 'Wet evirjthln.; in the  pluie���walls nnd even thing lie siid, "and ill sie  tint vou get iiisiiianie on ev 01 v thing vouve ,;ot ' No  sonnti sild thin done The ton mt libond liuoliillv-  nnd hid nppiiintlj nude a splinilid job of it when  the lusuriiiie nuthoiltios tumid 'Cut white d il ,  all this vwitu rome fioni' sud tills officii! mvstl-  llttl fji oiko '1 10111 tin Hit nltove slid tin tin int.  stoutiv but nils vvhii the I ism une lipusint itlv c-,  ltuktd ibove the cilllng vv is white ind div as un-  t mt bid plistti ciuiltl nuke it 1 hi tin mt li 1 I '  otnlttul   an   Impoi' mt  d't ill      IHit   it   vv i,n t (he  id     '  jllstll   s    f llllf  lath id tiliks of Hie ti ide are fiequent nt die sit /  t It mi ut ot lossis I ho gintlemin with tlie pipu (  mill ptolllttl gu itlv whin hi- iblc ulju-tei polntul  to nun loll- ot pipit vv hi li win niildivvid mil t  tin vi us old Whits th it dot 1- dim' he iski it ',  inill-ii indv Hi w is inftiiiiiii thit it wis 1 Id pi  pi r        Old    is   1 s 1 Ul   hi     unwintlln-   it   upt n   the I1  vv itir ol   ihi  tloo \ot   it    ll      its   IK W Will  so  II  nppiiiutlv w 1- tut thi iiison in-i.iid -ot in-t pm  im it���Us- ol 1 uii-e tint tin pi 1 nut wliiih h  iu to uplisliitl   uliu-tii   hid  so   wiV  iiiiiul  lut   It   1-  not   limit   m   the 1I1//1   111-111 une  lit 1-h s  tint   t'11   litui     iilioitni--1 -    m    pi 11 Usui       In   ih   j  liuinliki  spin 11- tin v  an   Inl   iwtd   t >o     '    1  m-tm      (  it   vi u  hivi  - 11 g iod  lik nis  who  will    -  mil tin   11    '  v ou   piv    1   pi t 111111111   01   two   vt m-ill   if   nu   ut    11  v        t-  V  'P  !V  Mi:  J  'I  -.   It    Ulltll    Villi    touillllsslt II    Ills    11)1111     Ml       111(1    (I   II  the  polit v   union-iion dili   I ip-i-      'J In   livv   Ilu    11 > '  child 1 111  bt   iiisiiiul until  li In   1  w 11   iilil  wi'     111,  in 111 v    of   tin   huiiiblii    lgmts   to   the   d   nt   ti|>   1   l'i  .  lu-t d iv   ot   tin si loud  bli Hid iv       1 m   1 1-1 1 inn  ���  11 '  tlimi 11    In ��� 11 01  low    ni���lnt no liots 01  pilau-  Jiitksot tin tiuli all vtrv ttinblt iiitlii'it' Ic  sitm- most mif in to pilloiv thus the iuittiu-c 11  in-ut uni   nun   but  he  is  not  Hie mill   oiu   win   1  OVS.S.C   1..=   .,^,...11   ,.Jii,lii,i-MW.      11..,^   j, ,.   l.,tU.,  -.-I   .  j-our own?    1  wonder.    1 sboulil  like to write ahou^  ihom.  ...  .  si>  i^ Tim LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA    *?.
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At the Churches.
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The,re will bo no service Sunday.
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Morning service at 11 a. in.    Sunday School', 3 p. m.    Keening  service, -7:30   p.  m.     A- hearty   welcome  extended   to all. ''   • •
'    ' Rev. J. TV. MILLER, B. A.
'                                            ,(l*astor.)
Morning Service'11 a. ni. Sunday, school and Rible class at 2:30
p.m. Evening Service, at 7:30, p.
m.   A hearty welcome to all. ,
" REV. G. A.„ HACKNEY,'B. A.
'  • ' ,,      (Pastor.)
of all descriptions, such as honso
fittings, lamps, shades or motor
boat supplies, spark plugs, coil?,
batteries, go to or write.
Stanley,St. ■ Nelson, ii. C.
liwfr" "iHfr" VST £fr- w*" «&* V^" afr" 'lS^ ■fr" '^ «^ ailr- \St" "jS*" -^   %  V^~^
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Hardships of the Noilh
Father Coccola, one' of the best
Jktiown priests  in  British. Colum-
''bia, had  a  narrow  escape-'when
"coming from Sfcuait lake  to  Port
' Goorge last week. On the Nechaco
"■ river, 'about twenty   miles  from
Fort'George, he noticed' that tho
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' Twelve lots for sale in ono pf
the finest residential locations of
South Vancouver. Ground,level
ancl dry, has street ear, electric
lightj telephone, and sidewalk "in
front. Price ' $000 oach, two-
thirds cash, balance   in   (5   to   12
Get  tho habit.    Go  to   Crowe
Bros.   ''.,'"      '    ;
i   Miners' Union mebis  tomorrow
night. '.'*''      ' ■    '     '
Lettuce,- celery, 'green' ornxme,,
etc, at Crowe Bros.i    .  ' ,
+ Fairview in East Calgary , is
level and close in, and has a good
view of the ci,cy. ,'      *        '■    ■ „L..
Regular ' shipments of fresh
ranch eggs are arriving at Crowe
Bros,.. LSelling' at ,'15 ceAfcs per
dozen. ' ' • - •>
of  nil kinds.
The   BEST finished  or   knock
downs;" , Motor   boat  supplies
of all kinds.
; Prices right.
Kootenay Motor Boat Co., Ltd.
B. C.
(ice  ahead looked  rough'and, he   mdnLhs.'      Reason     for   '.selling
called on" the Jndiaus   who  were   cheap—the owner purchased from
driving the dog ■ tetvm to "stop, as fparty living in-Europe aud bought
the *0l'a 'figure   many times   below
■ j market price.     These lots .without doubt   will- bring" $2000.''each
he did,not care to ridetover
ice. They stopped aud he got off
the toboggan., Following Taehind
was another team drawing a toboggan, on which were a tent,
-blankets and grub.'. AVhen ,it
'-,,struck the'ice a section gave away,
letting the   outfit into   th'e  river,
doirs and all'.     It and  the  dogs
,.*.,, i i i      °
were pulled out with considerable
- difficulty, but the water was cold
and the dog's got;' chilled, tlie grub
was damaged and tho 'o blankets
got wet, and the twenty miles to
..Tort George were ill long ones.
,,No Consumptives.Wanted.
At a conference with Dr. Fagan
tlie K'\mloops boardoE health  re-
((nested th?,t measures be adopted
to prevent   additional   consnmp-
- tives going into Kamloops and to
^remove those already there.     The
mayor stated that unless ^the government took some action the city
would adopt  stringent  measures
and,   poihaps,    quarantine   every
house containing consumptive pa-
^ion'ts.   ''
Vote on Amalgamation.
Tomorrow between the hours of
10 tv. m. and 7 p. m.   the   member?
of the Movie' iUuers'   "Uuion   will
vote as. to  whether   or   not   the}'
M'ish the  Western  Federation   of
Miners to   amalgamate   with  the
United Mine Workers of America.
They shall also be asked to vote on
a local scheme dealiug   with  the
raising and distribution  of  relief
funds. ;
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.Will Give a Dance.
Next Friday evening, April 10.
Harry Coutts will give a social
tlance in Morley hall. Thero will
"be dancing school between flt.'JU
and 9:30, and the social dance
inside of three l years, but owner
needs the cash and must sell immediately. ■      Address
',    ' ' G. J. B.,'"'.     Box 1, Moyie
".   Miss L, M. Scott, traiued nurse
of Rathwell Hospital,  Winnipeg,
is 'ready, l'or engagements of any
kind.       Maternity    a' specialty.
Movie, ',        "     ,   Adv.      ,        *.','' ' ,      ''"
: The bankers   and _. lawyers "are \ ''filCifltyrG    &   fcriCKSOH
HOTEL,   •
This hotel is    now under  new
management, aud is first class!
_. in-every, respect   ' ''
Victoria Street..   ' ,
' Why send your money o-ul of the country lb a   scab shop
in Winnipeg?     / •""",. ■■ <■
letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,
,,   ■. ^Statem£qtsVj^ompany/Re^rts9-:^'""
Stock Certificates, Dodgers,
and in fauct'anyLhing in-the PRINTING .'LINE
Are You Going
'  •* 11j''   ' <
to take a trip this  spring?    If  so
you .will n6ed something stylish
in footwear'and perhaps a new
suitcase.' Have a look at my" special cowhide, leather lined valise
$8. Also men'sroveralls, working
shirts, hose'and suspenders. Look
out^for the Monarch Brand, highest grade in fine shoes direct from
■'.'.- ' ■ i , . . .- i.
the makers. ■ ' -      c
F. G. Long,
Opposite" Kootenay hotel.
Every family and ' .especially
those who reside in the counti'3'
should be 'provided at all times
with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment. There is no telling
when it may be wanted m case
of ah accident or , emergency.
It is most excellent in all cases of
rheumatism, sprains and bruises
Sold by tho Moyie" Drug & Sta
tionery Co.'
Stock Quotations.
-     riK.Mai:r,D J3v BK
Consoli.latc.l Pmcltcra
fJnii. CioMfickls,
North Stiir
Society Git'
Bid          Asked
fcO.W           S5.03
■1.                 o
10                 11
For Sale—A four-room house,
lot ancl g-arden and chicken
house'.    See c
The Royal Seal oigai    has been
before the smoking public  foi' »
dozen years,    it is made in Xelsoi'
and    cm    be    bought   iu   ncarlj
v-^ry mountain town.
H. E.   HALL
The Expert Crown  and  Bridge
Office over Mr.' Short's
Wall       Paper      Store
Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook
buying in Fairview, cast Calgary.'
When the two railroads are coming iu follow tho   lead and  make
money. '       ,
FOR1SALE—Will sell one 'large
washstand and < dressing case for
S12.\ Apply to Mrs. M. J. Gill,
Government street. ',   >
You need yonr shoes repaired.
Take them to Thomley, next to
'postoffice, and he, willmake them
like new. ', •   ., '    ->
.FOR SALE—Four room house
oh lake front, $S5. , Apply,; at
Leader office, f
-,', It'is rumored that R. Campbell,
as'agent for the'1 House of Hpb-
berlin", is making a new record
thisyear.     -     ■   -"""■_        -
James Roberts, secretary of the
miners' union, was iu Nelson this
week on business in connection
with the union. nis wife and
daugter accompanied him..
Singer Sewing Machines cost
very little more than cheap machines. Oo the best work and
last a life time, Sold on small
monthly payments by Geo. B.
Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie on
10th of   a'eh mouth.
Write J. Walters, Cox 1S15,
or ask Malcolm McNeill, Moyie,
about Fairview, Calgary. $1Q
cas h, and $10 per month
FOR SALE—Five room house,
$800. Honse has .pantry, wood
shed and good cellar. There are
also ou the same lot two shacks,
which rent for $12. This is a bargain as the investment will jmy
40 per cent, interest You could
not buy the building mateiial for
tho price asked. Apply to E.; E.
Eastern Prices In the West
OUR VANCOUVER STORK   bungs   to   you   the  advantage  of
buying at KASTKISN VIUOV.H, tho best goods on  tho  market.
^      OUt MAIL ORDER.  SYSTKM   touches   oveiy   point in   Uritish
> olumbia and the Vukou where a white man dwells.
S \YK MOSEY AN-H TIMK by ordering your goods from   Van-
cou ver.    Fiompt attention given to the smallest order.
Wiite for catalogue.
Motor'   Boat Supplies
Gasoline Engines.
We have the largest and best assorted stock in the interior of B.
O. Anything used on a motor
boat we havo got it. We are
agents for The Caillo Perfection
Motor Co., and we keep in stock
a number of motors at all times,
so before purchasing elsewhere
call and inspect them. They are
high in quality but low in price.
Write for catalogue
and price list.
P. O. liox 172. 50(5 Stanley bt
Jewelry. Engraving-  and " <•
Repairing. ■   't
Agents    for    the   Ejimous,  Rose
Waterproof / feather    Dressing,
which keeps out snow water, and
'.the feet dry.     c
jSmall' sample  box lOcts.
... <.  ■      „
Sheet Music and Musical supplies.
^Armstrong Avenue
r,(Next door to "Prospector office.)
Cranbrook}   \"       B. 0.
^^jiP^ j^F* ^P» J*i?n A*&?m AJ0^m a&?* a^*+ ^F* .a^P* ^£* J0?* *^!il ^Sal ^^* ■*££* 4t£* ^fmC ^^al *4->>^- ^£h ^tm ui
,   ^ ^^       ^^       ^™   u    ^^        ^^       ^^        ^^ t*o     a^^       i7^        ^^       ,^* ^        j^
We "are continuing (his sale for a short while longer it] order to reduce our stock to a shipping capacity,
Everything in Dry Goods,
Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Every young juau requiring a spring outfit should lake advantage
of this opportunity Lo be well and economically dressed,
Choice   Dairy    Butter.
30c pei' lb.
■eory Butts & Sons,  limited.
K-v.ulery nitiij (,i<!ei- hon.se Den. E. T
rorcy, Man.
Try our chopped beef for the
chickens, a guarauteed e^g
BURNS & 00 ™
B. G.


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