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The Moyie Leader Apr 8, 1910

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Array Do your eyes bother you?  Consult W.   H, Wilson,  Cranbrook  ' and  get  satisfactio'ij.'  *~lf  yr  ���^(y^y'l^Srs^  of  J  J' "  E-^��-��-f_ji^i_l &  VOL. I.'5 NO, {  MOYIE,  B.  C, FRIDAY, APKW/8.-1.9.0.  >@��@t  " 'Shoes'"  W men and Children  en-  j -_._������������ _*_*S3_fiS39Sda55$9*5$S33  i|  .     GENERAL FLOAT '  I as-'e-^s^-ss-ss&ss'&s.egts^isssss'!  Impmk  ! .  ISf.ii-.i  'g Streets  _��  ���ive nv.ney Ly r*rrd.  ing ycrr ,  *If��__-r"I_,C__  irom  Wilson, tlie Jeweler.  S2 A-YIiAK.  ������'��:<-���� #.-5-5-5  '       ���   ' vl>  LOCAL  1 "9           T,11S fi<r'lS0n we arc ��"*��� a'position to challenge any one to J|  ',Sf   find alarger and bettei- selected stock of boots and shoes in *��  J&   tbe district.          -                   .                                   '   ,  " ���1  J*'        Wo aro giving speeitil attention ip footwear and   invito @  w    your attention to our stock]      Nothing has ever before been ��  ��&  isho'wn in.Moyio to equal it.   ' If you iu o in heed of a pair of, (^  ^   boots and shoes'just inspect our'samples which nre hill on g&  ^   display.'               _                ���>���''.       (   '   ^   '   '      ��� ,    , I  I      Catiipb-ll's fo.. Quality 1  I      Lord "Kitchener is in San  hYan-j  j cisco;  . Uoyie's streets are to he given a '   *Pred Ege Wlis iri  Cranbrook  ���' Mojiday.    '  Vancouver id to havo   a  union  deppt.     '     ���   ���  A flour mill  may  X-lson.  be   bniJt   at  (general overhauling, wider and  .better sidewalks y..it down in sov--  erah,places and new sidewalks  built on several of the outlying  streets., '' The work will be done  by the provincial government  under the f.up.rvi-.on of 'James  ~ ,'       " ["'rant, "who* lias, b'een  appointed  Irof. 'Salmon -i.' leaving   Cran-1 assistant   under   John  Reid,   the  Win. i   McK.lvey   is  Ilailey, Idaho  dowi  on  at;  '" /Jiist,. What the Doctor* Ordered ������  '   -,,,'<     V. �� - '- ,''*'"'      ��  for your lunch.    One-quart bricks of  HAZEL WOOD  ICE  CREAM pu"l up in neat car toons j. at'    V       , ' ���>  V '.    ���"'*,;    -        . '   > *      >��� ���- *    : ,. "  ������ -*'.G.wynne9s�� 'Hazelwood" Parlor '  hrpok \and. will  lo_ato  afc  Leth  bridge.  The name of fche Muuro hotol at  Or-slon has beeu changed' to the  Burtd-i.     ' ' -���'      .   ,    -  cents per dozen  f t   WE GUARANTEE EVERY, EGG   .   '"  .,,,,-,' '..'..', '    '  Get,' the, habit. -\  * Go, to ,  CROWE ,BR0S. & CO.  April 20'will bo the ��� 91s,t anniversary of the Independent Order  of OddEellows.      <      ,"'"���',  ' -i 1  , The- Imperial Bank of Canada  has just, declared 'a .dividend n.  the rate of II percent, per annum  for the quarter ending April _6th,  1010. ' '    !'<     ,      '     ,       '   "7    -   .  superintendent; of roads, for the  Uranbrook district. Mr.''Grant is  biliily engaged getting lumber on  tbe ground and" ai ranging for "a  crow, of ' men ,to "carry out the  work'. After the town is fixed-up  there* is considerable road work in  j tho vicinity of town  to be. done.  A. S. liobeits wa' in Cranbrook  thp first ot the week.  On Wudne.-day tho , last of- tho  ice went out of .he lake'. i  S*"-"?-*?^'^ ^cc^^^-SCC^^-r-^^^ wm  ��� '   *- ,* ^��   ���*.��� ��_.,>��."n_->w-^_->v,"5��_-���   -SJjJsB  iff  & ..  i  ���sl'iil continues and'includes  r<?  every deparlnicnt  m  Mou.'-y'wborr- to,'iir. and _[r3.,'.-{i '   ^An opportumt\-, to' buy   goods   at   WHOLESALE  A-fraferaal Visit'.  The Butte 'miners' union*has  voted to join the America Federation of' Labor -by amalgamating  with che United Mine *\Vo'i^_ers of  America. '*"'' c ' _ ���  ^.  a, About SO members of tb o, Independent 'Order 'pf "Odd Eellows  attended the meeting, of Wildey  lodge last Tuesday evening: Some  25 of'fchese were from Cranbrook.  The .Cranbrook dodgo< conferred  the second degree iu a most prb-  ficienc manner. After tho ' business session all  repaired   to   the  J.  1 _:i(T.vivr.T<mci> 1817  \   INSURANCiE.' and MINING.  and INVESTMENT.BROKERS.   ..  slnp 100 tons a day as soon as the |ylied the inner man,  there  wore  railroad can handle ic. -      .     sever?1 sh^ spoeQhe3] song3 ^  o   it  o'o     ', '   '. instrumenoal music.  . It. ,L1. bcewart, general, superintendent of the mines of tha Consolidated company, was op'ard'ted  on.for appendici.is at- the" Sacred  Heart ' hospital in Spokane' last  'Friday. *' Dr. Luhn peiformed the  ope'ration.',    ' ��� '"  '-'  Head Office*  CRANBROOK, B. C  WHEN' SPRING, COMES  It is understood that ' construction work on tho Canadian -"hi tli-  ,om railway will bo commenced on  the south side of thc'Fraser river,  opposite New Westminster, not  later than June 1st, 1910,     ,   .  Afoiig lhe Waterfront  People emulate thc season by dressing1 themselves in  garb; aud the shoe question is not of least importance.,  young men who  desire   ''Shoe Individuality"   we con.mend  our shoe stock;   which   includes    the   following   well   known  i * , ���-��� ,  leathers���Kangaroo,   Gun Metal,   Patent Colt Skin,   Calf Skin  and  Mule Skin, which can't be* out kicked, <<  Women shoppers who hold pocket-books iu their hands iii crowded streets are advised by the  police to keep close watch on I  their valuables,' as a" dexterous  new 1 woman ���crook is believed to be ctp-  Ti3 j orating in department stores, says  a .Spokane report.  ', Tlie,lakels clear of ice and the  owners of launches are getting  busj-. If Sunday-is ���> fine day  several^boa.s will bo seen Tori,,, the  lake. The eoming summer promises to be it" banner year oii Moyie  lake, for there'will, be" more boats  than ever before1. A .list o| the  boats and their .owners will be  published in next week's issue of  the Leader.   ,  Splendid Entertainers  J. L. Gibbons on April ith','   < [.���_���,,,  ���   James Thofli   and  James   Copk i ijii '  ,are in Alberta looking for land. A \ ii)  Fred I. ^Walker   will .leave  n'ext|,"|3  ���Monday Ior Wenatcl.ee, Wash.  About 20 men are now woi king  on tli3 hill at the St. Eugene.  ' "William' ifauna,��� >J_rochcr ,of  Charles Ilanna, i_ in Moyie on a  vjsi..  J. P.ol Farrell, ��� secretary of "' the  Society, Girl Mining company, was  j down to Kingsgate Tuesday.  I . There was a meeting of the  Moyie,'Liberal, association last  uighfc.   , V   , '     .  S. G"lilaylgck and'family arrived home Wednesday from Nelson. " t  William Bird.and family expect  to go east on a visit about'.April  :~0.h. , "   ,     ���'  At the school election held last  Monday, L. A. Iforne wa.. elected  to fill the unexpired,term of J. II.  Ilawke.' - r .  ,  Arthur   Livesloy   'has     moved.j  with his, family to ' his ,raiich  in  the*2il6yie  valley,  so.uth  of   thc  Curzon junction. '  , Thomas Caven.'iT. L. A., was on  Tuesday's westbound train on his  way to Victoria td"' arrange^ some  matters-pertaining to'this district.  Mike Campbell', aud Ed.'Ban-  lefb Monday for Edmonton, where  they will take up land in case  thoy see some that suits them.  Father Leek will be in, Moyie  for the evening service Sunday at  the Catholic church, but   will   not,  PRICES  T\  >>;  f l^ptni  Kfcserv  We are positively going out of'-'.business,' and" the'1  whole stock iiiust.bc converted 'into cash.    '. ft '  /MacEach6ml'&- Macdonald  i*^:^^-^i__:__;4^^-'**v'^-'>v.-^.-��k:.--. -_.-!.'*-'-. tt-V.!  Two'Good-Bo'vs  Yesterday Arthur 'Lutner and'  Russdll Ilawke left for Vancouver,  where they will make their future  home and. grow'up with tho city.  Both boys ,were raised in Moyio  and for sorao years have  been -on  * Busy Kingsgate; J  if!  ���'' ��� *  til  The fiscal year,   ending March';.  31st, was a busy ono at- the  out-ji  port of Kingsgate.   "-The/businessy  through tlie customs   was  double)  that of the year before. This' was..  the staff of the Leader.      Jn  hoc- jl '-rSely due to settlers  coming oi_|  key add   baseball   the' boys  wero I ahr>osfc every'train from the sta'teal  always to' the^ front,'and   were ��    "fdaho,^ .Washington,    Oregon'il  and California,- on their way tofl  the-prairie and the north, to biiyifj  or take up land. Mauy of thesei||  settlers brought, their stock and'"' *  other eiT.efcs directl> with, them, j  Tu the 12 month-; 1200 head- _(]  horses and cattle, representinp/'  List Tuesday at Fernie throe of) thousands of dollars, were brought''  the men implicated hi   the   recent j over.    Iu   the   month   of   Maret  tho      va]  general favcri.es in'town. ,Tho  Leader wishe. them'all'kind3 of  success.  L     ������ \ *  .Plead Guilty   ,  be here for the morning mass.   JIo  LoIdup at   0oa,   0rQok   apoearod lalono   goods   to  wilUemamiu   Mbym   for   a  few  befo,e  Jiulge   wdsoQ   fcQ  "pload I��13,000   passed   through   the  nays. I  MOVIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  Kz_-?. \iz -0-. x^_rf/ .^_!rfe._^__r>i^_rf_.rfrj-.%_.'f:':_rf_ tJ_._��- rfz-vfe-rfi-rfe rtt_r?i.'-J. .A*  T  I  '���?  4  "Sandy" MeCowau is about to  sever his connection with Cranbrook, ' lie ha." resigned his position as car foreman with the  0. P. 11. and will leave for Winnipeg shortly, whore he has accepted a position as general car foreman with tha C. N. R.  ��� n  The best of accommodations  for  tho Traveling  Public.  f-.\rgc nnd Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Houins.  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.,  Social Dance Tonight  The Eileen ,Maguire company  gave'a better than average entertainment hioMo-ley hall lasc Saturday evening. Miss --laguiro is  easily the star of tho compauy,  and she has a voice of rare fullness and range. Of course she  was handicapped by having to  play her own piano accompaniments. Miss Webling also appeared to good advantage. Walter M.icl'aye's recitations took  well, especially in the French dialect poems of Dr..Drummoud.  Let There 3c Light  Fred and  James  Bolauger   asked j toms  Rev. J. "W. Miller, of the  Moch-jfor  a speedy   trial   and   pleaded  odist churcii, will preach  iu  X.l-[ guilty. Nat B.ibcock elected fco  be  "I  vaiuo    oij J  cus m  sou next Sunday. , Mr Thomas  .Sowerbutts will take his pine, in  the Moyie * church for that ove-  ning..  , Frank Qrydermin came ujj  from Cranbrook "Wednesday, and  will probably lemniu here, 'Frank  is au ohi timer in this part, of the  country aud has friend? galore.  tried by a jury at the assizes. ILs  honor will hold court'on S iturday  next when the first two cases will  bo up for, trial. '  Planers' Are  R_nn__? ,  The vatuo of exports al.  There will bo a dancing  school  I c may may be  n   day  yet   before    Moyio    has  or   two  electric  *   Tho planers at tho   mill   of   the  Torto       Ricj1-    Lumber       com-  , pany   were   started   last    S.ifcur-  \vm. Mooro, who wa. employee11 i i , .    .   .  x,      , , . .   ".    '.I day, au.l   everything   is  running  smoothly.    Tlie company   ezpsct?  to have the   sawmill   running  by  the 10th of the month.  has greatly exceeded that of nn\M  previous   yen-,    there   being   ex?!*!  n   the   past   12   month['|fc  _    ,u   the value  of  $712.-13_.1|%  ,the priucjpal items b.ing coal, ceiltf  meut and oats.     A. \I,   Ouisholnj Ut  formerly of M iyie, U the collocto'  of   custom,   at(, Kingsgate,    anc1 r_,  Fred S.uill  of  Cranbrook,   is   hi'r.7  assistant.  and social dance tonight  in ,Mor- ---.-.-.    Ti������ini,���ii.ui      i  ,      ,   ,,      r,,,        ,     ,     .,, ,     ��� Jign-=.    tue cliiliculty has been   in  ley hall.      I lie school will bo from ,���.������..,.-������. n,��   ���..-,/���       ��� -i  .,,,....,, ,..,..        , ,, .  ,    , piocviung tlie   proper   who  with  ���>  'A  ���X  '*] ^<r'iv'- ^-^-^V7jr/^-,-iS-/^ /;.*. .-j..^.. if^-':"^ W -'-'���  , 4v*:r  I  S-J10 till 0:30, aud the social dance  will follow. Harry Cout.ts will be  in charge.  Football Sunday  For thc most fastidious dresser we have Lhe  Nicest Assortment of Mens' ShoesP'"  in the newest   American   lasts.    Oxford   shoes in  all  from $-1.50 to S5.     See our new  20th   CJvNTURV  Buy one and be well dressed.  Tho first game of football be-  tweon Moyio team-; this sen*-oii  will be played at, Aldiidge Sunday afternoon at _:.'J0 o'clock. The  gaino will bo between the mine  ie mill tea in".  which to wrap the dynamo. Wire  came iu from Spokane, yesterday,  but it is feared it ' will not bo  suitable,   ff it is suitable, we shall  iu tho machine shop at the St.  Eugene, got a piece of steel in his  eye a short time ago, and is now  ont at Spokane under the 'treat-'  mont of a specialist. Ic i.- re  ported that there is little chance  of saving the sight of tho eye.  Cruickshaak Homeward Bound  Is Leaving Moyie  St. Eugene  Payday  As the 10th. falls on'Sunday.  -Monday, the llth, will be payd.y  afc tho Sfc. Eugono mine. The  amount to bo paid out  is   $__,000.  Graham   Cruick.hank,   superiuk  teudent  afc   the  St,   Eugene  cot j j*?]'iff  cent rotor,   is    homeward    boun1 \$'lM  A. P.  ,.   , MncdonaHl, of the firm   of!     The l. and  M n-n-- 1,1= -;,,���,.v<v,i  havo h?ht- tonight.    If not,   well,  MacEachorn    vt   ll,.cdo,mUl,   and ! inS pi-onncen^^uoiigh tho   e^  oo   disappointed.   Just  as I 0ue of the pioneer business men of  client ll-ivor uf   r.lu;   tobacco   out  from New Zealand, where  he hE'^,l|{!|  been for the p ist  three' month*-' ^.SL  '���>'.���, *v  .V- -Hi  Mi:  probably be  a day   or   t*V {p ��$'  on account of a storm whii." A    \i"}\  don't  well havo   your oil   lamp  I tiimmed and ready.  filled,  colois  SUITS.  "I  >iarrbooa sliould bo cured with-  Lowering the Mains  in-iking      arrange-  leave     tlio      town,  A  force  of   men   has   been   at j  woik for *ome time lowering   tlie  out Jos of time  and   by  a  inedi- j mains of tho Moyio   water  works  cino    which    liko    Chamberlain'.*--1 iu tho placas where tho woik wa,  not completed   last  year.    I.vcry  e��ese��aie-'_>��s,es����'-i��&ee*osefs<&8:sj  mperial Bank of Canada.  I ' Capital   Autliorij-od---: ---$10,000,000.00           .  I" ���'      Capital Paid Up-��� - 5,000,000.00  I- 'Reserve   Fund- -���-----  I BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA-  9 ������.'��� Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Gokleni Kamloops, Michel,   We-.v   Michel  S     ',���.'������     Fernie, Nelson, Rcvclstokc. Victoria, and Vancouver.,  �� Drafts and Money Orders sold  avaible in any  g part of the World  I ... Savings  Bank Dcpavtniont.  S' 7 Interest allowed on deposits from   da'to   of deposit.  IWLOYI-Ef BRANCH.      J. F. M.   PINKHAM, Manager.  |*��eeeeac��G����9��c�� ssieeeseosee**"?������**?������"1 �������������� ee��oe��eo  Cuhc, Cholera and JJiarrhooa  Ivomedy not only .cjfircs promptly  but produces no' unpleasant after  effects. It never fails and is  pleasant anil''safe:'to .take." Sold  by the Moyio "JJrug v. Stationery  Co. .  METAL 'MARKET.  i  -Cuw You!.���ilarrsilver, 52A cts.  Lend',Jjil.nO..      Copper, 1,3 cts.  Loxuo**'���LeadV'12,' 13s, 9d.  Stock (Quotations.  winter tho frost has' been giving  niuch trpultie, and tho only solution to tho difficulty is to put the  mains-'below the frost belW ..rue  of the mains wore put down last  year, but not all of them.-  Neison's Ball Team  -Moyii%     is  ments     to  although Jio probably will  not bo able to got away for a i  month or two yet. Mr. Maedon-  ald is investing in I mnd'il.% a  thriving town not far from Seattle, and intend, making hia homo  there.  of which it is  He i. c.iuiug ou   the   A-ntr.ili..   '}^M.  liner Marama which  was  diu  a i'S7im*  Vaucouveronthei5.il, hu:   whic  will   probably be  later  the   vessel   onconntured   in     tl' 'V    'r-"--  b'iji group.    Mr  i   ^)  t uiick-hank w '  )[  probably l each  Mojie   about  d.h or. 10th.  I.-_i!.*.-isii!v���   Ilv .MU.'.l.U A   EhWEXJj,  "'���'������ Bill  Aill'iini  floiiwiIMnlvil H  Ohi. (Idl.liii.'lils  .Vnrili Sl in-  So^ii'ly '.iir'   .  incltv  SO.00  AvliCiI  S--..00  11  some  ,'. Tbo  taken  'oyie,  iNelson is preparing for  good baseball this season,  matter of matches is being  up with the towns of  Cranbrook, Bonner's Ferry, Boss-  laud, Grand Forks, Phoenix and  Greenwood, and with or without  i a league, there is no doubt that  I IVelson will bo able to h:>vo a good  season of senior ball.  Recipe fo?'Getting Rich'  , Here is a recipe that,is warranted to make a man rich: Get all  you can, keep all you got, buy  nothing at moro than half price,  pay-no".debt that you can' avoid  aud you will get rich in about ,'J0  years and bo hated like tho devil  himself. ���Big IIolo Breezes.  Chamberlain's Sto.maeh and  Liver .Tablets assist nature in  driving all impurities out of the  system, insuring a free and regular condition and restoring tho  organs of the body to health and  strength.. Sold by tho -Moyie  Drug and Stationerv (Jo,  Ml  i  shed  with live I.irt-e rooms, goud  chicken   house, ahd   a good  I Tons  aud  $475. ' A SNAP.  Farm in Sunny Alberta. ,    160  broken..   Seven''miles from raihvav.  acre.   ..���''.'��� ...  cellar  'Avell.-  wood-  Price  fi" *  ivy  !ti *  A I  acres,  Price  oo , acre  i $30  pcr  :<i  ]  Lake Shore Boarding House.     PIas',30 bedrooms  furnished.     Can take immediate.possession.  my  Moyie  ���< ��� .,n  1 il  ;   ' Ll  .: 'ih  ���Sj i  . -j  ������''if.  m  1 t'i ���  i;  ���i  .y-*  rftf*^ Tin) ���__._._>";.������;  i:, i.j*rnr��TT coltim'..ia.  ,.-^.M.^^-Mt-��a��_.��.r��---r>-B_<--  lliu   iiilJiii- 'ii__ri!Ji_il,  t lUi.l'vd in 11.< i:ili:.ht ii" I'.c p..*o*i'.i  ol '.l"v";i  ,i -il I- '-t K'ci Kii.'y.  I-\ .J. -:M"-  ".'I,  I'   it '-'i'i ���:.  \ ci!  si 1   i_-'.t   a   iuli   on   the,  I'.'i'l.     ,S'ie h .A s_\ era!  lo.'C,  .iT.r'r-, in tli.*  c i .1,   an.   civil.-.  i vilod a t'l.ste fp-r mailiui  -<->?k-.  i,  Lid**.     She s ivs she h.is  conic,  'in-l-. ,t >   Butte ,v;ilii 'li'tlf   he  '10c 'mi rubbed off.     I'o.ir girl  MKi��_rjiwrw-*wtfWi  tiz'-yrs  _-2_$-S_  <r  ,;������'  ii ��5-0-5-S-C-^S- &<.$vC---5.<c-$���r&--SS<  ,  'V, ���  i, i ii    ir   -i ���"���' ' n"U"-.  Owe ">����/���   -  -   .,."$2.00  WORLD'S   DOINGS.  1*  'IV , '-' ,l  ri -J^S- 3-a55 5 ? > -" 3 _-_������*-��-> _��� 955-. V j  7.1* old nu ^ ��� Mi-.il-. 1   Minora'   he- j  Fill DAY, APRIL S, 1010.  It ilin   Green woi.l   was   do-Uoyed   iby fii e 1  ast �� ���-���������  Tiie s4rc.1t siiccc-i of Dr. i5ic-r_e's, Golden Mc'Ircl Discovery in curing tuv.lv s r-.-achs, v��__l__ do.!''., wcic  !-_��_, and _.v>fir_i_ -*���_ sipfl.-iinj;'Courtis, i- ii"1 im  .iie j_c.;'-]Iti._ cf the ii>-iJ-ii�� enrol' tiuth ihr=l "iJi-JJ-.i  Medical Discv^ei>"' ...pplig. Nature iistii ho-.}-li*i>llJ"  ing, tiv.uc-repniri-'g, m.isc'o-nialvinjj m_teii���l_, in co.i-  den-.d md cor.rrntraf-i! to-.m. V. ith tiii-.JiutpN_ri.ire  iupplic. tlie _-C-.>sjry sfieu<*l!i to tiie stomach to (J.RC-t  food, husld up tl*.j body nml tliere.}' tI:to-.v off linii-ii::1!  .bsttn-t. coughs. Tlie "JJis<*o\ery" re-establi��ti-!> ihe  cligcstj-ve and'P-tritivs organs, in soun. health, purifi-s  end er.ri-hev. tl*.. tiiood, and nourishes the t'-i.v--���m  Bliort e-t 'hlisli'-- .bund \ igorous liealth.  ir yonr dealer offers something "fust as Hood,'*  it is   probably better FOR,  HtSi'-'lt pays   butter.  , i C...  vou nre fftinftj/rg of thc cure not tlie profiV, so  r t!icrt_' j�� trottiinS " fust as good ���' for you.     Say so.  Br. Pierce's" Common Sense Medical -Adviser, In Plan. BnftUsb; or, lCfed.  ieJiie S.mp!i���__, IOC".. ,pi>^e-:, over 700 .illu.Trntioii'-, uev/I> ���--���.���-(-d up-to-da.e  Udivion, p.-.por-btMind, sect for 31 one-cent .stumps, to cover co*.' of inuilmg  only.    O o.h-bou-d, 50 stamps.    Address Dr. li. V. Pierce, Buii-lo, IN. x.    ,  -__... I, O. O. F,  'f&J^M^b ninivy r..-��.E. No. ��i.  "Sji-tf '2\&A^r  ".Meet- Tuc".day'eveniiiss  in  the  .Mincib' Union   hall.      .Sojourning  Odd Follows cordially invited.  Fiuui l'-'-n.  ' F. J. SuVtii.  Noble Grand. . Rccr'y.  -��^ fcl.  l.��B> '"* I.<nlK�� Nil- St  yyys' k. of p.  Ia;^ \X Meets CM?ry Tliurfcdny  "a'A^V h V")hig in McGi<*f,oi  V- <;$^ry Villi at vS  c'clack.   Vi_-  V-���_!'.��? US brcllici- iinilcd.  "^ ^B,"*~B  ii  4 KQOMS, $4;00  4 ROOMS, $10 PER MONTH.  1 v, D. S'l IXROX,  Cbaiu'ollor Com.  _.. A. Hia  k. n &.  s  J?  V r  ''I  , ..... I.  A-  ��� Vol. 13, Ho. 1  A\'ilh this irisi". the-   Leader ' tod within three in nitli-.  i   i  j     In M.iolv-oiL Alta'., ovvir one bun  |.bi d i..',vi'utildiiigi   Will   b_   crec  cnicr..    upon  C ihi:-CCUlll j j,, Xoiuc tliroiJ polir.ciiiv'n Imvi'  'v_ar".if its pijt/riti_Lt<.:i. '' Iu boen committed i'or .trial liecan=i-  ."."���".'      ,i ' i,    .' thuv took biib._ to panuifc _:��mbl-  lbt-   12   vcar-:' the ��� ]>ap<jr   In-.-  "'-J ,-*JJ        ,,   _  v     -      - i   .. iiyiuco-'-uiisiiuMs ,  ��� As Lowery,?ee; Things.  ��� '        (Greenwood Ledge.) ,  .  H i-. better tt./s-co   tha'best   in  othei.. than tho wn.-st.  neve]' c*h,-'.".vi'cJ on'ncrsh.jp. and'    lr>��;     never     b.enl'   Tlio hotel bvrs m  -.L'anl   Ifoik-  Jhavo to clo-o'every; ux^ht b.-J,'.v.;oii  th'.-   otlsce  Tbe crime of'p.verty is, usually  punished by hard,labor.  , j-aulal   hy   the' sheriff-.       'i"l!t-"\h.ihours of 1 and- (i ,a. m.     T.ii-  eireiilatidu aiul iht; atlvertising- ^ives thobartomhii'--'li  e'liucQ to  ��� '       "-       '..   a-.,   ,iV   r,.,-,.", ,-,-1 Vl.ep in bed instead ot c^.u  a   chair  lialrona^e a:v nu   in*:  Anwdi^i  ' "^ ���  , .   ,     ,'ojhiud the bar. ; ,     '  uiovo, two indiv^iLuns that tne*-! 0  ' ��:arecV of the L_ad--^ha_, h.xu j    ^lie license <J.,.n..ii4,ioror- c illoil  '---������ ' ;., , ,. '  I all   tha   ho-.lk.-'p-i'i   in   tb.   city  a success.      lii>e,   die   pjney t0'etbeB 0ll T.,esdiy 'cvjniaj  im-*  pf the paper h'as  not' pleased  , all, but there is conf-olalion ' in  inCoimod tliem" tbatr the'licenses  in Greenwood would be reduced, to  Hve next July. 1. is reported that  the fact that ng paper Avns ever; th(;,licet,.ey a-r0   t0 bd- ra-lsea. tb  ���Ei'ster p.v-scd 'aw;\y. without  tbe hens going on strike. t '  T-OK-verutnenU will bave enemies tbat does not.build a road to  ever j1- tnau's'door. '     , '-   '  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  I make a specialty' of Postal rhoto work. , Prices,' 4  for 50 cer,ls, or J5.1.25 a do/.en.  .' IMISS FLORA DEAQOX.  O F. DKSAULXIliUL  _u:aj^i-.:c   ix  Some thieves are so careless  nowadays that they,1 would 'steal  ,. brides and leavc'a liver 'behind  ��� "       '      '   '  '  V  tllC!ll. r ,        f .' p, , '  .fiOOO'a -year.  ta"'  "v,*i '? 'V  published that accomplished  this fete." Thc hnsiness 'men  ,of Moyie have been.loy:il to  the paper, aud with it few exceptions'we ha\e  received   all  their ' bu.siness. The Leader Crip -lvl Canada. >\*ith his bro  lakes this" opporLuuitV of ther. th3 piinter was but ou ' the  f ' ��� . Sd. LisM-ence one afternoon .when  lha_iki.UK its ni-auy advertisers;,.^. ;iw the stv;ingc gray objeet  iu 'the  witcr.    IJjlievins   th it  it  was some _m;ni of fin  animal, ow-'  Tiiirty thousand  dillar-.' wortli  of ajib-rgri. accid'.nfcly pi.ked up  in the S;. Liwreuco river was the  lucky find of La Manchester. N. II,.  1,,        ii    i ,  painter "recently while on a fishing  and sub.-icribers for their _ patronage' in thc past, and respectfully asks for' a ' ccntjuu-  auce of the same. ���  Wish   thc . Leader      niany  ..,',,  i  -happy    returns ol the- day .by  na\ine:'vour subscription.  Both "the provincial govcrn-  ' and thc C." P."' K." a re   showiiig  a commendable spi-i. in estab-  dishiug- deinr-1-.-.lrntiou orchards  in th.e IvojLcJivivs.  iiig, to   its' color, they  fire I   two  shots a't ifc and b'i_a��hiuled*ifc into  the boat.'    The lump   \ycighed   3K  uounda.  If the 'C. P. H. did not run its  Drains .any Easter than it pays,, its  bill-, ifc would take all summer to'  .ravel from Greenwood to Medicine Hat.     ''  , I ii Wall. Walla, the city paid  $-,..6 damagc-i to a man who was-  iujured by falling from the water  wagon. "Tiie -rn'oriry of people  who .fall from the water,'wagon  pay their ow'n d-i'mag.,.,  , \      '     i O  ' , The Tre'-idwell Mine  * <-$$�������� ��$��<��� 55-$^ =���&&��*.--<���$:���  /ft ,    , ,  ''  -$ Cr.iNJ03KER3V       --|  If " \ ' n ' '���/  f 5^^$$^^5:55--5 5S-53-. 5-55-5 =$*S(?  *'l=I oUcvpian-lveviow )  & ���  U 'ti'  __Sfi^^*-_i& i  Sli  ��Se '*'  ^iiiii_8_-'i4'''"' *r  #lp,il'3  T r.i,'h hi -ki    ^Vo cin'b hud oui  'vist soaiou'n straw hat.    .  13 *ijhn to L-uk iii if Mr. IT illey,'-  comet iii-es-s 130. it fi'ibe labifc.  ���_       _ ... IVei intico tint nine o it of. 10  :Vpril".sIi'j\vcis;-.s-irs:ipvirula  ,Ji}ls���.��� wben ,tWay ft.13.vai.  yom-  " t  ' -k f  .-ft.  i'-v'  rtft  V  ���1'  advercisenicilts, house ocan-  iuo*, stiMV.' hats aud that out-  do.)r feeling all iudieate that  sp'ringiis at hand.  Percy G^.lenrath is bnikliug  a t'vvo-stoiy buiidiuj.'. in vSu-v,--  .11L. V\'e knew Pei-cy in the  ^lojau wlicii , li. didn't have  "0 cents, and slept ou a pool  table in lieu of a bed.  Down South a negro calls  his mule Corporation, because  the animal is abused more  than anything cLe, but .<;oe-  aheacl and has his ou-u.iU)  just the same.  Why not ha\e a day ck\n  l; d tu than ine, up ilie lo'.ni.  'I'lie re sal I ol -,iu h a (1 iy'-  \. irk v\-vi'. Id be in ; '. .' i.i.i-. .n.d  .hi' ��� .';...-..:".iiiv - i'.' the - > ��� 11  uii-.lid be ini])' d\ e-1 vv r.ui i -  i\ !!y.  In some ,1'ov.nii k-iiui n(-  pietty i>irls. ai-i- jic-t. \..u:t-vl.  Tlie a'rg'unie'ut i.s thai a ma;:'  in a restaurant \slm is waited  . un by a pretty girl is so ah  ..'-.mr! i.��� d b\: her. 1'r 1 ��� s'e 11cc that 111  b.!i!,.'.r;; over his luncheon  and  P  letter say thoj- wjuhl   h iva , written sooner if t'idy hvl mi bj3n so  b i-^y ���  If you ace in doubt as to what  b 1 i<ive tho spring bride as a <gifi  miVe it a pickle fork. It'll be  sure li ctiuj i*i handy for little  3 in bo dig ang'ewo.-ms with.  Death Ntt So Bad  (The man who discovered thp  r.'eadwoll mine, oh Dbngla.s, received only "viST for,his holdings.  I"he Tread well runs , 21 hours  eveiy day iii the" year ..except the  Fourth of July, and Christmas: , Tc  takes 200,101.. of coal every day  to keep the many wheels moving  ind thc roar 'of the machinery can  be heard a mile away. ���* There are  v-i.O m.s.ivo crushers, "called  itamp-. Tliere nol-y, powerful  nachincsc'-iisume about _~00 tons  of 101k dailj*. In order to keep!  biie ore rolliug , into their in.ati-J  ibli> mouths $1100 of powder ij |  used in,blasting every day. Tbe I  unouub' of gold I'ealiz.d fron;  every 21-hour 1 un .i- about ���flO,-  ���J00, and the expends of operating  is about S? 1,000.  ' PKOMPT DlihJVKHV'. ���  Gtueebs'Ave. / MOYIE'  ��� PIANO' LESSONS  '���    H.'C. SALMON   "'',  < 1  "   of Cranbrook    '   -   *  ��� ' (Phone 20:},;   ",  '"' visit's "Moyie weekly. '  hlu-lio at Mrs Gilberts  tf ( '  St.   Jospph's   Con-vent.  * ' ' NKI.-jOK.'b. c.  ijoarihtig unci,,.) iy !3ohool conducted by '-inters of -. t. Jo=eph,'XeIaDn,  U. C. 1O0111111erci.il, and busiiiesi-  courses a specialty. Excellence .and  swill progress clmracleuizc ' each do'  psirtment. l'_r.nts -liouhl write, for  particulars. One month assures 'the  nublic .1 lhe -thoroughness of thr  Sisters'methods "of teaching. Terms-  comm.nce .hinuiirv",' April ni��r Sept  Pupils are ndmitte'cl duriue feruv  Scllilrlt J.oclRe, X". " r>  A. Ir.   vV   A. At.  hegular    meetings  w-> on tlio   hist Wcd-  t$$X^ uesday      of'  caoh  '"SlPV   nibnth.       ��  Visiting brethern vicl-cmr,  11. Chapman, W. M;     ,     ,  1ST- W- l'urdett, Secretary.  -'1  *" I  -��*.1  HSfi  MOYIE,    B.   C.  Moyie   Miners'   -Union  ' No. 71  Vt/, F. of M.  'Meets in ^Minors' ,'U"nion 'Hall cv-'  ery-,Saturday evening.' Sojourning members are qordially invited  to' ftl-cnrhiji*       , ,   '   '  Albert Gjjl,      ��� ^      Jamc.Hpbcrts  Pre-id'.iit? , 'Secretary  Ra,rvey,     McCarteiv &  Macdonald.  B-uristcrfc, So.icilore, Notarifes/ Etc  Cranbrook.' ��   ���- ��� B. C.  w: E.. GUHD,  n.YItlv-STKI., SOt.lClTOIt, -etc.  I'  CRANBROOK.  B. C  DB. F.'B., MILES,     '  ', r._3Kr"rxsT.  Ora.nbrooli '    " ' ','n, O.  ST01'"AT THE  COSMOPOUfl'N  George H. Thompson,  I'ARiu^TKit,    Solicitor  NoTAitY runiae/v-c.   v   ���  > ,   ���   ll    "  CRiVNRROO.K, ��' BiUTisu Colcmiua  V?/  v.v,*.^"- jr-j* >^,i^^-^i___i_:_Ji_S:_S;J?*v''-^-.,^.-',V'-����-''��_ �����. ���_  ^���^���^^^���JS:"^"^ ^-^^-���^���^-^^^ZSf^^^^^  j'.o iiox sol- '     ".*'..������   i'fia\j.:,73 I  .'���'������     "'       '    *" , ���*  East Kootenay Bottling Co .If'%  ���1 .       r 5  ' Cranbrook,   B. C.  .��  r  f   '^  tfilf j  Manufacturers  of all' J.iii_!_��i5__f,earboiiatcil  ' ' *       1        , ���,, ���-�����-   .'tfovciWi.--.    Wo spare no e_\p_npc  to IniV- '   W  "^  c   ,                    ' ^                    -���                  ,           ,                            , tl fib      fci|  . our boodd t.lie bost-on tlie market ���         ,. VK"b  r.t ^/-^S^w^-/,-?--^-^ �����*.��� >-.->_.��� ��_������*_��� >*.->��.->-->_',^ ��� "v.- >��.��� ^_- ���^.-^ ^->5B  i      1  There are  others, But!!"  areain-  ' 'i  1 -   .*"  W; R. BEATTY  . .��� ,        * >  , Euvbalnier and Under1..k.r,  Phone 9. .     CRANBROOK  1 __---  r<."i-'inis lo  i','7  iiini  in  her   v/I!.ih  liu_   w.'iiun.:  ry 'Mai-l/ui'.- cif JVillc b.  to    life    :!<.','inV      .M v.  A.  1  ) )  1.  O'.i     i!i.-   , TJU'llV.'  !i'..-;- life wli.u   19 'Lh  A.'ll  -riril,  ;,il'l  i.117* 1,1   I'll  'i!'.: Lv.i     '-���.'. ���' I     i. J     7\ .-.  Tiie brim-tone pre idling mini  s*or had b .en called upon to  pLpach before a congregation  known fortliair liberal views, and  consc.luently earelc-5 way ol  living. So m.liiifc a, warning which  he thought would strike hoai- tin  minister said:���  '-ITdi, my friend-, ii lined   with  1 p >ker   pliyrs,   men  and   women  I who drink to exces-i, piintcd   d.iu-  crhter-j of J.zebel, women   in   l!'1,-  ollete   gowna  divorcees,  and    tlu-  liko,"  Ab th.it point a little rel-faeod  man with a high-pitched piceolu  voice, aio-c iu the re ir of th'  riiiiin alid iiiped out   -  "O.i, deith, wlic-c ii thy ^tiiif-'r'  ijwift,va.cr Bill  Swifi '.v.ter Ihi! (Vte-. i-, in Lin-  |nn, i'.nj-l md, btoke il-j went  over the sea's to selhstoQk in 11 An  vixdd property.,."-but .the liiitisli-  iiublic would not invest, and a.s.  Bill had given all his imney away  00���waiters to 'attract attention.  '10 is now reili/.ii.ig tluit it is often  -s.eohl.ln Lmdoiras it, ii in .Al-  iska.   ��� .    .       . ��� ,.;    ��� _  Vi'iur. tongue.is coated. ;'���      .   .  Yuur bri-ath is fmil. ,  llead.iches come and  go.  The-io Hynilorn--.how. that you'  .ton'ric'li i.s, in trouble. 'l\) re-  ���i )ve the c.iii-e V the first thinp.  ind Charnbtirl lin's Stomach and  Liivcr Tablets will do that. ,10 >.s\  o Like ai'id  nio-t   nfl'.:,"liv.J.     ;'"!':  ���,  ti:i: Si n i." i.-'i o.i   I1--'   ������'���a'ionei'y  Recipe for Gettinj Rich  Here i- a recipe that is warranted to m iko a man rich: Get all  you can, keep all you get, buy  nothing at more than half price,  p iy no debt that you can avoid  ind you will get i ich iu about ,'30  years and be hated like the devil  himself.���Uig Uolo Breeze?.  HoTBIj.(  ��,      ' WHEN IN  ,     CRANBROOK  I-. IT.  S.1IAI.r>, SlannciT.  Good rooms, good   tabic. nniJ'bur  and'first class sample rooms.  Thos. Summers  Cigars, , Toba.co.   Fruit   and  Confectionery.  T. r MCVil'u'.CK ,1*  I. S.   t    ll. V.  I'.r.er, C  McVITTlE & PARKER  Pno\iN-ci.\r. L.xn Sl-rvi;\-inii  kaii.wav .. .iiinino   i;miin*i*i:kimi  I  ! Estimates Furnished.  ! _ OI'^l'ICIOvS  Wort Steele V. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook I\ O. Box 11.  . ><#  'A-d   '  -t  .  mAr u   .  "* \      .'  '. . 'I  ' **"- !���  '���A  :  ���..A_sr,i)  -������?  TOj'S,    NOTIONS    ETC.,  South   Victoria   St.  Prompt  relief   in    all   cases    of  throa't  and   king   trouble  ify ou  use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  P'-aianb   to   tako,   soothing    audi  boding    in   clfect.    Sold   by   .he >  Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.  Nifty Spring  MOTOR BOATS ' i H NE NEW STOCK of iho  'Would you like -atiVaction ;n j JKltticd I. ill Spring- Kuitii^s  > our new launch? \Vould you ' ,-,.01i1 fa-lcni, iind Imij:! i-'li  like to   have   a   guarantee  on   itV i  VYVuId you like to have it built \ niaiiufacluj eJ's ju.l r.-ceivi.'d.  from a Iirst cla*'s design-- Would ' |>j]Py ,uv' uml(Uibtc��lIy the  v'ou like to beat the olluv   fellow?      ��� ,' .  If you do, wiite u��.   We w ill  be , handsomest    and    nniV'_di.-  ^I.id to give you piic-e. on finislied '���. inf;(; V(.     j-^.-^    (1],lL   ]ijiv(i  ho it-,   knockdown     frame-,    pat-  teins or .boats partly liuibhed.       ,,.;'et been   offered   and   Iho.e  >/  ,'ncf.it)y   o   Pfl J wlio.would, liave   sonieilii.nii'  ��07vi-��i:M..ii?.W;"''.. N10LSOX, H..C.\^^ '��� ���  ' ''' Suit for'spring  'should  leave :' their   oj'der  Wji  ^ !'e.a'rly." -A'fit ,e;nfu'anteed and,  iat a'rca.sona'blo price.''  m., Jewel  Express and Oener-    'Pressing' and Gleaning-  al Delivery Business. Livery ancl  Feed Stable.  WOOD    AND    COAL  Eor  Done  Prices Big-lit.  C, il FOOTE  BUV   YOUK  fars'  baccos ���  sit and  onfec-ionerj-  FltOM  A. B. Stewart  "fffPifT'  to  Cranbrook . .Co-Operative  *��� i.  ySfiifi  ���Till'.���  '.IS  A's i��ado"by"tho prosr-nt browcr i- !idmitl"'3"'J  With the I**---1   '  Best Heei in lOast Kootenay.  and the Purest Spiing Water it h "''"'"  lKii lir  ijuality.    In-ist on having Moyie iiL'cr.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BKKK  iii:iaui.ni r.iv    iii:os.   r.nm.  r,ur.'e   fciLiuiilu   room   in   connection  ,*.ilh house for comnurcial mcu. Ucbl  of a-;coninioiliilion.  Jlu.iilqii.irters   for   Ooni-  ... . mcrciiil and,*Mi,iiii]i;.Mcni  Q-j._r_'W avk -'AIOY 10, B. O-  ;<$  B  r\  u  r  MUELLER & HESSE,   PEOPS.  13, X3"  C  3V_C<_>-_TX3  .  Sale  ,l,i'iivi.  Oidorn nl  C-.v.-iin'j'.- S'.i'fl'.  A'A'-a,  .IJii'li.-h 't.i..uui  -Marcitant Tailor.  MOYIE,  Gi;v.'.';'.;*ni~'i' s. yy>  B. C  E.emeay  ���.i:<A>uzh.    ���  send youn   ^yc)I,:'K   tu tiiio  ' 'KOOTENAY  STEAM' .','   ,  ': .LAUNDRY.  .'���'.'������'  NELSON  All White Lalcfor.  i ,    ���  iVavewoik with  the    locfi! aj.;en1  A, B.  STEWART.  ^5WC=T��=?B��t-C��JC!��0-.JJ��i-3  _=-'0��*s<5��;cssscse��'S-s9��f^-���'e-ise  |        '���-  ���   -T.-  $3  P,F. J0J1WSWJV  5.  1 Thit. Hotel is New and well Furnished t J  1 Tables are Supplied with the ^ J  | Market affords. The Bar is.^j^ ���  1        the Best Brands of Liquors ana   b  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERC'AL  AND MINING MEK     '      ,  ''   ,��� ,A  _ . ���'_."_��� '- ll IM" ,.  w5C!S����e'S-ffi��.����e^as����^^^  i��  ! % SiOYlIC  |. pfj-.
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7il.V.:it Ciii* her.?7;i:;-y0;
,ced cjjdeklyat..liis fill''V'.s
'Virgiula'H prottyV'ig;
">! :^7f^7t-;V;':'V*s'<^s'<':i::'s7:l-i!.vVvv-v".
■■■"' rVkoiiVhoT:-o-.vs 'thn,tV'** lii.'i*. OA m^ Ay A'A A''A <
77 7iiki-V*-iV wo^> uteedVer I'l'W**-".;■ 77:;: f,7;;::7iy:7*7r.<;;,
-V>"yi-j:..©-r6-tii:'.'.«..ii'-l.-'Ut-rfir-i'it 1'¥.>;W.-. t:U?-._J:t>ft.; -..^V^.r^^.^i^-^
•'■ -'S aiAAiA<itA: Tli- a<*br stood; wide. . a; *■•..••* n;M»-»-«iiy
'"" thVwn!! Tv Th-.  Kil•p^u.l.l^.ll.l.-V7,(1^<7.<lV!K,Vi,''!'
:. i-ni-kcivorvu-gihiV
. ■' VoVhi-rch'forthi've clays- '"""-
'..*-,   Vbf Yirg!iiin;V",>.T!ie:.iwy 'K.'.ii"<-'<
■■' vfiH'o.,.'- v.':''*vV ' ■; '\:77;
7  ■   "Tt'a nil ri«lii;"* snid tlu?.'i»:in.
V An' he's a ■piv:iv!luT,.iui.viip-.v-  It's all right."'     .•.-,„
.  . settled tt;,.'i.i_«lvW,-.nr'vr-tli« hymn. »»'l -tl,"'..prc-neho.
Kan his address.   Tlu-y oanphtonlyglimpses of his •"«: "V
' Vice'   but... the /clear,   far  reaching . voice  -v.*  li.car.l-. .I;--.
. -^g...;,,; "ibis bubo i.-V i.--rf:....iii'ci1-.«=s.«;',---:i-*T. .1 '•''•>>',
*. I: will   ri'WH'mb.T  lt*,i*ii'
"frWV    1 *i>yoh'.so
:';•■ rii—.Hi'
si:iIT In I
I n7'' iv.-:i|;
There ot. h'-i-ii'i'iViM^ i V-<'��>'*rt r..i.' .-li..'«|..vc«;«!
judgment., but Christ  l,:,s  prommed  fhal. A  ■i''H.'™f^
, ber'ihi-.m no more. "Have you anything ...n you	
my ln-i'ihrcii'.'■  Is there sonu "''"
day and  night,: something >bu .,
blot oiitT, Then repekt, and Ch.vt v. ill remember, if no
"Wc lmvc-.not time fur a sermon. «s.T said,but let mo
road voua-few passages -of Scripture about onr-h.'I.j.;.- t.
I'onilcrVbom. friends, Cor tbry. :uv ,iiii«hl.v oomlorliii:- to
nil. in trouble." ,    ,        *        ■
.■li.'-iirin .•intl'..li.o-l.oy  in fh«  bn.-k s,-:,t.-vi'i'o lisl.-iiins
■ivjlh iviiik', Ii'iisiv fiu-i.-s.    Thu
niliul of each:—VVlint unsciMi I'oni v
place Avhcre'tho  v.-oiuloi'l'ul  i,lo;-y   of. for;;i\cii' ^
M'H  bcins  roiica'ti-il;  it  soonie.l   Tor tJicm iilom".
it bo that sho was .with them. n'CU'r nil. nmMia.l br.mii.ii
tliem tliere for comfort.';. The boy's chin qjmvcrc'l--
put'up hia hand to slendy it. .
Tlie ■ prc.iclioi- lifted liis. -mall 1'ibh.-. Slips, of while
paper fringed its top."        ' ■
• "I havo selected n few verses iind will i'eai1_ them ns
they uni," lie said. . "Some, are in the -Masters words,
otliers In those of Ilia iliseiph'*'." V
.Th-' smooth voice, \),illi  iU .slight  acee'iit of Soniliem
fjlvc .ihcJr" ,ii;ii|.r.ily,..n|."
inor.o,'     1 'o .von hoar tb ....
n-.eauiii".'   'I~7.v7!U"V' f.ii'i.iii.i-r-', lln-u;
','ivliiit :i i-loi'ioi,!- |)i'ia:iise. wbai'M Ht!'"1
U tli-it! /My f;''iei-.v'.si; you 7'uii.l   1   ;"',
I    l.O
• in upon,
sii  :■<■
wl'i'ii-h hai'.-ilM .''""  hA
xioiildVive your  liven  J"
y.r.nr. Ihbi.-Kht was in the
.bail led'Jhimi l" tlii-s
' loi'j,iveiii's_   of  s'.u
,.•'"■' Tbo7 i*wi;et: voice, (;|iVyoi'e;!.'aipl  brol:e7 '1'he bov -iii; the,-.
7V;Vli- Vat' solitu'd audibly:' r'l'iieniaii, beside 'Jii:_';!ai:i  a!:
*;t'vciuiain*K"'^Y ti"i >*a"V-- "^"JTrt-V." t iT^i'i'»"-i *'^r^""-"^*":!!"-- 5' iis7'-"^-^""> ?; "ItlA'^-V^.'^V-t'- -:]-"'i'"7-',----">:;-'7i7--
V'7 - '.is"(jf!''n t'.ii'i j- ■ '7so'if) t*»:."*i;*.'*-^.-;P9l'ii';'' .^'iVli'P'iJ'-,!-'.- """"'■'■- •? M*?'J'-^S"1"'s '■'■^ ^'-.IvTe.--^
V>^--iii-"il".':ci*".'^'.-*'■il,»"i*«"i*Uv'tIj;-"*-'-\-*vtl"-;i>.'-. .U-n<>-t^'i;■ ,;fi.j>^i_>V»!;_rs.i ilI ;ilt.-7"tl.l.>->-." ;7
.MiiiiivK'iriT-...^ bairedMnaintitniod /,*'■
vtO\V'ai-il7thom7';77:'"'77,.7^: ''A-•A,"- «'.. '-'■■;:'*''.'■: .'■ V;7'Vi;"'* V:",;77'' ■■'!';:
VVl'loii't' irt7uK.nii!t'ci*i'u|,i{7yoV
Vfe^'chcr/ inl'his'i'siiH'pthpVoie-V '•\Nrp .shall';i«.S:l>'iit;,a:' i'litf-^
..''jiVi-iit..'.':-:'!:..',■■■.'.."I....A, _-A::A■.,,"77..;■ A~ A.^-..;~ A--A- A.:-.7:'777,,-77777/7.77.:;.
■i A\ ,ilD,:i)(itvuiidorstiui't7 •<ir.7:Tl:eso lijen.7wI,ioiii'Vyc*ii',si>i*!0
--'■lire^iyirshijyjiTr'fr*.^ JlMyoiily.
7Katlioi-. :7stV'lVthiK7ii^uo:..liiiic Tor—for7this.7:,I<ido'uot.'
[..'i.'V,..-j>.i>. ln'-iiitjfu'l fa'ci7w;:s7JMTpl-:Vd and (Vuliled:: the Jo\y
v.oii?i>.'i-oso.»in dif:ap;;roya|. 7, •";,'' ■-._■[ 'AA-A'  '.'.•,..:•,.:••. '•;7'7
'"-, A bi:Hy■ n'i:.i'ii--'l'->* Ihi''.ilVnir t:iuiihed;li:ii-»b'y7i-; ■'
;',■'.  "Ilusiiiess, is  bi-.sine.-JS. bi'otho.i-,". be said.,   ''These .inen
. :lihyi- .lii'1'ii'.'iliHl'f.'ii.isr ti:*-. la w;, of;, y.irir'udrt'. for,over a v,yi.*iir..
..Tliepi-eaeher. hero. lum-.VRYall'nhoi'.l 't;iii,,.,7\\*e'ro Uif.-hj- tir
,; hi" the. ones !,o pull Vm in."'      '      .:  . ■    ,."7',
.^"'I'be pieaehoi-. you.say ?..7 Was l:o the.iii.-iti.-.'a tor, of tliis,
iiisnli (jo Jtfir J.ol-7"'    1 'e  Inrned   and ; faci'd   tlie '>-6i;ii\i
1'iiiiii.stonily.*'  " |.Vrt liot ,'.'htui.'ii!s.'i on'o.of liis disoiplesV- ','
':'-'■ .Tho 'lirraehor.'tii'slied....(Jie'ii   he •p:!).<i\l'.'-'as >s;:ddenly  anil,
put .iip his arm as if li> w:li-d off ,:i;l:io'iv7,  The ohi .'mail's
..louivso'ipiioV V   ; ■■  '77'' " ■'■ .'■.-;',.... ■■ '•'.-..'.. '■•■;.,..'..
■'"Til-   Kioiip   at   tho  door,   with   tlie' i:::ui' and it he  boy
, liaiiiU-iilTed tn_ethei-, claiteilddwii  (lie. steps.    7.7
'*( Vone 'liii.-lv!" ',   7 ' .'7. ,'.•  •
.The pri.'.'u-hei-'s yoiee riina ."«:'. ::.!"'.r;:!y7 -
"\Vo eaunol  do (l.is iiiiil*.'. 7 1  had  for^oiteii—CJ.ut. for- .
Kivo nic!    l.ii  tlu' men. po.     Let  tlii.in K". . 1  say V.' -. ..   ','."..,'
'liio bi:i-|y n:.-in hii-'ibcil airiiin.    ' V
7'-\\'hy.' I'ai'soii.  yj'.ii-y.v pli.nnli  eni-.vT.   It   may  be  a;:i:i
l-nu'r' o!-.'iisi-lei!<;e, "bi-l'-inii;." n.'n.i'l. 'loin' "-1 i.if'hi'i';    fit 't-.'»e'
the'..bl.-inie.   if   you   iihe.   bi.t'-l   .aiji'l' Ko^n"   to .nii.s.s.   that.,
reward.",   ;, ■■'•''".■'. , .    .
.,   Tl;,-   pi'eai'her's   frauie ,stiffen, d   to  r-li'cl   r.n-.l;*l;is   eyes
blazi'-il.   lie, vaisi-d a .oh-r.ehi-il banii iib'O'v bis !.,-::d.        '
-   '.'lli-el; I'.ii'Si.-i>iiil>."'ln- AM. sli.-i.lily. in'dee'luT. thaiv liis.
ordinai-y-tdnes. .'*'if j'.ni   biy.; a   band   ofi  those  iiien   I   will
em-si' your s;,i,l :-I  vylll curse j-our'soul io Jiell!"     '   ..
'■"■Tl-.o'iiion f'-ll  liaciv. nivol. horror slrichen.
■The raisiMlann  fell  n.-rveless. and  tin* pr. a.-lier pass.ed
his   band   across   his  eyes   in' a   dazed   way;   He   hyl.ed
bevoi:,! the men. ''into the woods.'
-',   '''I  ,'„!i|,l .ever'-preach' afrain."'' Tho words were almost
■i   vl'is-tc--.     "I- .'ouhl  never   pray.      Viy   salvaliun   is  al
sialio. "aihI yoi-vs    allofyou.    We cannol do ibis thin-,-:
,l"woi'.ld; he  .'on-ibh*.     C>d Tor^ivo '■!*:" ' i;
'i']„'„. afler a  'i-aiiso.  •-ri,.. Ivey. Colonel
The  liltle mail,'slopped, forward  and  released  the man
nnd   li,.y,     No oiie  else  .moved:   no one sp-d.e.
The   pi-eaehi-r   drew   money   fi'ou;.   hi-i   l'o
several  bills .In   the ni-'.n. .    j,
••Veil  .will   follow   this   red   road   b
"Tin. station is 'about   three ininulcs
just  beyond, the  IV red   barn.-     He
"The c.pris-i lo lhe West hi due
ean   just   nialii.-.il ..if  .\o*>   'lon't   1
bef-iu over, .•ii:."i,i.     Au'.V I'loii  ■'■'-=•
Thi.'  man fried  to s;.-.-..!;,  but  ll
I. V-rVu«slit iu': theViVii ^va'i*7^
i!iy7'i!i.i:ii-t 'V-V n.'iiUW 7-lia ri'nii>i-i,ng: i!iy;;iibH7ojlt--ioi';;
7t!iei'i-;vwiis7iV'-ir)'' tliei-c,Vin7 tilt''- toVn;'■'. :-..S;iie7;liyiclM-.iiij,-
;'rii?K'':'.ui«l';*'.'iui^^ th o7'train 7 v,Vi;
wroodJcd.     Ivrscai'i'V but /ctliffl'se'wei'v! .■l;i;,Ioil.:.,:'.''n'!''r"'
,lli-oi.be;-V\W''."fiiiislit's'li'le. bVsii!cVu'ns7Tin"',vl7inir'
'.;<..L'"i--.7:ir.7,-'.!'i;l.sS,'.';:o'£.-.'.'l--:iU^  'i"1".''*'..
'wn^'koi.'ftlwas oil; tin'. '7!;i«.ldio7'W:is---iii!yVi;':: :?f: ■"'■■; ;7V
;::;The: ovd. i!i-ih^Jery.;c;vi;eftiUy hi id: 7i6w;l*7liiS: pliV. hero.,
'•ITe' '..lu'.-'vtoiis'i'o;';,'.''!'�� h:.rt. baud ■■f\7ft"s- outvoriiifrH 7".■■■.'' -,..-.. A-::
7n:ii'd:e:.t'cil 'ii*. t:7 kill iiim.'- it^'V's ' '^."duti-ly iio;*:;
.-less -for ;us',to ■'■tVy'v'to''^
'■'■-.•\"i':<I, fhe' Ilunics— its !if-(;hoy7\ye.re ; idaiini'd ';.iu--; lioT^^
"'■■'tiieyVvoi'v^^^ " o;3'<-»ii!J.l»'
.'•'•• ':to:lio"l''e:i7iiiKed7'iV't7ie:!i; 7:77'.77.7-7 -777 :7y;7777C'7:7V7'*'77777
-7, >M- [i'icitv.tO;.uirir':iViy7!iiit it soonioii In:hie that the
'.' Vii\ 1*0 nX; bTihuhiV" iii'vv'imiunu'Jtlint Viiiii' was, ui-oviiiil,
■"- ilipruis''ViUiessiy: Vii.1 Mniprtl.inglyV-'v V-iil-vt.litiib'-he
X st-ronriioil /iVain'fV ;<!o:irli..'-:ii'71 ^wi;'tUt'il n ri'Viiitl;:: s-c«
::7'tiint lu*'■'faoi'i'I,' ine.: d:Iis.;ii-i!i7w_s:n*ec7:M-'itli dho, iiiai'l;.
of tiV -liulU-t in'i.tlie luj'ml i:liiit;!n;-(l;,uot.-.:U Bull JUuiC:
'■'■'■ .Iniafi'-si't 7 '.'■,;," :■■   '■' ,■   'f ,-."■., '"■■.■' A-.:   a . v.:,;..,; '':'■'.'....'■'..•■, ,..:':'::,',','.
,'v   "tsfived' like stone ftiiit Jhstliiif:-nioro. loolvins. il>lo
■',:■'.tli? 1,0'dv in his oves-^tJinVloidv—t'^1—''1^'1:1, I'no've'.lj"''
I t7sooiiicvl,-to;i],o" hsilt'.-' I ViV 'stiff' iiinl ajro.S':slow-,,:ii;d ;
••" 1 hi'V 17Vncivwl lil-:o7a lotc 'iiiid, Vvjis f.-ir;, fiii^Hyyay.'. but '
; thoys-iy::'it''v.-Vi's all dime diefore'lbey lviU'W :it7\v.is to;
: \\>a .ihuii:"'7 J sokotl7'iti :«i"''fniniV .Sviv^vcr'sVo.i-flV!11' ;
- sprawi;', ti;i ,on   n   In.rnihii; :iio  and  'swun^7tlie :hxe^7
•' anii'Stbat eiid.'d':tinit  loolv^';   '•■ A b A-- '■■      '';'.:
■ ,; After a,\vliiio'ho wonl <ui:—'-.\'o on'c'told liei*. that
itw-cts I Aviin did it: .She vvns'i.n-a.tefii!1—yos., ^i*at.efiil-—
' T.ul .!ill* iiot 1;':><.*'.v.. to ,\v!inin7 .,,.lUi't.,.llii.» Iirst   ivo.lcoiiK'-,,.
'■'■ihe I'.rstVinbTui.'b ami hiss. sluiweiJ inc.'tii.-it d'd'Tuiyi.*
to tell her,, thai *d couldii't marry hei-,. veith. Unit: Ue-.
iwii'ii us ;i sei-rel. •  7''        .-.•■.'.'* .':'•■
.-■ '■'■J had her lu inytiriii.i y.-.hen I told her, nnd J ri-iiioiu-
'c!:':::■   l:o*.v'.'. her   tlcsli   (iiilvoroil.-yos.   sbuililoreil-^-biiclc'■
? froni Hie. as'It'll .•icri'il by 'itself, anil felt itself the horror:.'    Vie trli'-ih' (rh'.il brav -IV fer M.eolcs, .lint vy,heiicv,'>r.
■ 1, loui-'teii her lliat shudder.caui'o—si>."'- She let, mo hoi'li
iho '.'I. -oic. of liiii'r. th-.'it ;Ui,'.'. ,".t:0, the w.-ii-pwl old. ill'-ei;H
usiipp.'d inside liis i.v'.r.,
''■Thai's why. Thoro .'•.- L-etu'-rally a reason for a
.man's .just lyl.n;.' 1,'ior! a't bis ',-nvo-r level... 1 have capabilities you t-.evoi- ilreaiiiril of. biitVoif 11 have, a ca-
'i'.;or-iiiiil-I'll illo city editor of a oouiury paper, iio'vor
ibi'ii: allele libni'l !ui\e I,, do to bold any job—aud
i uiiirad.ii'tin- iuysiif by Jk-Jm-k l';ill'Ii'fiil in that': "I ihi
the oasiost liiin-.''. for.I've only one real thin;-' to do. aiiil
lhat, is -d;'eo|i that fai e a'vyay—stop.■IVyliuj: thai slutd-
d'et-. I can't stand t lla't face. '■ I can't stjiiul that shiid-,
: dor.     So when I'm not worU.tnj: I  drinU."   ■''■'.' '
•■•i'.il'l. ('oloiiei.''  I ciied  in aina/.eineut   *'.what about.
.vi.ur laui-liici-'V" •    ■     ■'''." ' "■■
Flo biu;;bed then.    "I whs b.oru that   way.- ho said.
"It's Iho. line of least resist a nee..   And  then it-h-Mp-
t.i,  Ueep aw.-ly lhe face  too—and  tliul's
for,  I   -.ness,'till  the "Ud .'ohii*
'Xowthis is the.
...,- ,  -.-,,.   „ ,, ,    ?1C"^ftU'r:. ^rrJ^iM'^c?h'^^ .following: in ymir'',inco.tovS''^6ot3
V;;'7 7V7y.''77''!7-;.':.' .'"> AiAA-- ■:vV"-1P-'^S*?'V
„.;;;., .Jfy'Vj^-nr.Loin^;-\\.i-': wouh
/.■iliiie win, us:^t.-Wedn^
7,J,17"!'l't7!-««','I l_n..w nlb-ibontth^iiuurrely^
have;had,: and -,-L told Tom jiorlonir ,aso;.that;it :w:i's tiiv .■.■.'.•■'•■_',;«'.■.■.      7" -; ' % :   >:,• "''■"■•!■    '77 '::■::'„';.';   ..a?-A.:a-.::..
,U\,A.„a i„.7 ft. ',■,:•. '.v:,:.. ,..,   a,,    ,:•, ",.', ; 7 ■■■■■■,•'.'AiiA-        .■..": ,:..■,■_ heir ojws niet .a ml thoy •ciViiio.,oiiiigv»rotisly. near smiling.
,., opinion, l.'.iis.ot pe.iplo ar.." dot-suited itoe.'ich othei-.,.    :    ' ,'.■■■  ;:.:.■:■/*' ',.,,,■: ^,- .,."";■■, ■:■■, 7- '  ...v       -. ,,     .■.,*::
;_..:,-'.:--V j ':; .J.. ''...;::•::-,:: • .;,.    ■•: : ■.■:...:         :■.','■:'..-... ■  ':.... ■■;:. :7; ...but' instead', sho  frowned   at  nun, -.;, Harry .Ciuiiiiuiigs,
■ >■■•■•■',.'■•,.f;--lnii-vviiiviU*i!'!i frieil,-! tjiTuiii's.ly lie bore AVedn'eSIav v* j         	
•-.P-liffStV"^. .?-f«-^"*f-.'rt->v.^1,'!"J"-- '»"iS9'->?ti?d"."l.;'l_lo;;Ii_iiJO:' y'oirAy.ili. li.Ue.'
'eaeit'ol'hor."',''..-..:-;- - ■■;:'"77:-':7:;;;; l,V>7'"::VV ■;;.l;,v'';'V'7;,'^iY.:'.
'■•;,. " '^"<2Vre;goi;.i:;fpr ii drive- iii the aftornooii iii'iid.wilb,
nieet you At: Inl If: past ..six, under, .the bi j; v6tlk7 ilowii *thes
..■"o.'iil..,.-..."'7'7'",-.,"7 :■'.*' ':■>■ '■.',: "7,i.''.-' :'Vv V V;!o. VV';i .'-v.','>'■■'■
.     '''•^Ve.-ifyoiri- wliitu .huislih,.; and .be sure to doo'c your.
pi-eltii'st.idear.;   AlwajVlovingly, V.'y: 7;'7:::77.)Vl-ri;T.Y,' V
•■Toininy7"7.said.dV.tt.v'.;,b'riglit'l.v,',7r.'i; tiny_"';aii-■ido'a : iliiti'ry, -
7wiii:be liiider; t ha r biossed'oaft!'' .''A.-  A;^,;--AAaA':A:sA:A)
't!iiiik;you^n-e .il:e. very, inertiiest mail71 ■ ;havo :over7ihot-:'7
•I'vefint yoii to jret'n-uit-.{Jown-'aiid-'go 'away.'■..■'-'01i,':iRi'rdp_'■'-■■■
n*,e;'- us a :tliou-;ht cain.e to, iier, "I ior{jbt;ypii were expevit-7
.:tncr-:fi'ieiinsdo'iiH'et:you7here.'';:;: 7:-^A-~ ■'.■■■,.JAAL/?i,:::^-:....::r-:.AA---
■:':■■■'_*' thilllc: lhere: i;3;soul-tinist:ilve, ;Miss Ttichi\'r(ls,7niuI7it ■':
is you w ho ■-iy.Gr_,-iii.vitt?d to. nicet. one, of Toni Warreii's.7:
■ ffiondsi.   I'.y Hhe. Ayay'.-'ibe.'saiil,' ghineiiiir at  liey ilfe^s,;'
7'yph' did7ri'V wear yoiii*:. white uiUsHii .asT-iiuo^ted.".'."';^''''-
."■""l'...cw;tn'iiilj:! dp, not. luiow.-whiit yoii ■arc.,.'t:ilIiiii'i;.-i'iiboii,'t'.7r-
I have not"jie,n 'aslced7-c6'wear: any^ pivrticular tjoivu tJLLs V
'■." ri-ii ■" i  ;t:    •.!''   ,  ,'' ■■   .*. .   -,",  ■,,,,'.-. '■„;■ -J. at teruoiia.Jli-. Cunuiiiligs.'....-.' :.:•:    .'r:        .,.        ".     ',.,•■■■'■.-:
• % he lot forswore -duly received by?the persons for whom   ■ "'• .*:-■■■-■■■■-■ A  '  T  ■      "•,;-., -.'■'   7i   s'      ,a   ".;•'   ^.v     --.
if 7.7    ::..',-.';:,:.'   ••■• ■ :  7 , :;:   A ' '•', ■■'   '   V ,-;,.,■,     "     ■■■      *,'._ ou  were, for: I Jiave .^-^.Tfo :.w:as going -to say Jio;;
.they.,M-e.re..,]iiU!iiiled,;all. hou^'h neither guessed: tiat'facf:      -,1 A..   .:,;; .:.._.'.',.',  ...-■.',    .■;-;,: .••■..-,■•. «;'-.,?.;•■-', ..«•■-■:. A   'i
i\-i "7.  i'"- •-'■'■"-.,.',.        ,'      ".;-* 7   ■",'•■■ '■,'■.' .■■•,'■   had iv let tor be oug ng to her in lus pocket,-when it slid-..
. ,Wiii?ii l^uise,:saw.i-IJearTi.aiTy'^she."resolutely to ded7;'-,     f ' "M ■■'■'" "','■/■ A,. ° ,,  -. ,     '■'■' : , , ■,    ;' V   ,.77,777^ V,"'
:i'   ... i;.,.'.  -.'i * -r-    /,    :   .    '    ■''.-■..-'    • ',   ..,*'.», deiily dawned on  him  that he would, .liave^to-couless to,
i.l.and p,ut i  -baelc-in, (lieHulvoloi>e;■-. -■■■:-'- ;-:■:■•■■'-:■-;-■<■>■ '-."- ■.--;:.--,: ■a..--."-V;'-„"-,;7,-;-.--ir-.i.- ■- -v---.■.•-' -..---..-(-,,-.--, .-.-.,..,,-- ,-•.-- .-.,.
-i,  „.,,. A...U. - t '.-.*.,. ■'• . '   '   -.-'•"  .,-   ,'•"■'■ •-,   '.,-r i     not,-du! v  wilihohing  it,   but,  what  was ■ far-worse    to...
.'.-•" It -ceriaiidy. ii; Letty s wn ting, ■■';,she :mt!sc.i:I.,'„,'."I">yoii- ,7, . ';.   ;;  ;,..', ..-' "".:.> V *■■   , ; ... ■'*■<■•': "'.',>: '"": "'-. *,v
^'^.'lat^lie had.t'osay
fi-oni: .1 6m- it' would, liave:. hoeii, different:"     Then ,■ i,.: a ■ ^nis^o.:^,;] j bught to, hiije^viiiosted' it tU: yoi.;..hut7the y '
'fnvt'Ts I'iliiin't.''J7 . .'A}'-',': ■■■«. •''■■'• '    '■■'.'" 7'V';;.':   ''7 '■'''' '■'' '■-"',
■■'■■ r»'o!!." she/said, 'T alsodiiive VleUey meant Cor youiVV
;'and,'if, I ever.'{jet'out of this predicaineiit I'll''-—— .'  '   '.'"..'"'
: ''"This isn't a; predicaineii.t'— it's ""ii tree!"     .   7:;   ^^V   !. 7
., '"I don:t earewiait you call it; it's all the same.'';;    :''"7
..';.' 7'AIjiybeI can got down if -71 ■ try,'' he suggested. "7    v,; '.'■'
.Ifc soiui stood' "oil tlieoppositehraiieh tiilieri iind us he
disentangled her,hair from t|ie twig their eyes met.
'VW'asn't it strange that Betty .could jiave liiaile sueli a.
liiislahe'i" she 7-isiced.  ■',    .'■■■ ,  .        ,   .       ' ;.■:. .
■ "I>o you Uiihlv it'wi's a. mistalyo. 'dear?',' ' _,'-■■'•' ,'.;;'■•
7 -Why. 'ilp'n't yoiiV' , ''■'■,.' .'■■"'' • . ^ .
' When tliey were oil terra' '.firia,.' once 'more, they com-'
pared letter-.    ; 7 , :                ;   , '. ':"    '   ■,., .7;7;7:—-.-■-.
■..,' -'liarry L'l'.iiituiniJSj it's a put lip joli—it's' ten .uiimiteg
after tlie tim'e a'p])ointeiJ for.lhrei> people to ,'iiievt here,
and not one has'come.'"  .  .. .''       '.."■..
.-•J ra.ro tliey not'("he asked. "I tln'iik two of tliem are
hen'/' ' 7      .'■';';■■'..     -*-',.' ,',' ,,    ',-"'
'•Do you'iueau to say"——
"I 'n'i.'.'iii'in say nothing,"but I realise I am considered 7i
friend oC'I'om'H and'I cei'taiu'y think you are 'one of the
diaro.'ii glrli.'1 Coiue on and lei's see if Hetty's dinner 14
ready." ,'■..■■'•
a.l   '.can  look
Then—1  wonder.''
and   gave
. tiiei'piki'.". he sa.id.
avail;   fiirtlier along.
,. root; out his watch:
eleven niinuti'S.     Vou
e  any   tiino.     .(Jo.  and
ippe-.l him.
A  I.,ifcS.cnfence,'
(,./->,   XK   moment, ' Vour   Iionor."   I'lle-idviJ ,t!iO" i'rls-
{   f  oiier.   '"'Jf.l,  as!;  yuli-a  coiuiudrum.will   you
let me off'?"; V.
'. TIie'.'.TiKlp*  incdilated. , ' ( ■'■ "
"W'ieil  Is the, eoininUriini?'' he f..X;eil.
'•Well'.' why are'tlie a mil tour writers, wlio'coiilr'.luile
to   the   Herald's  prb'.e  story  eonlesl   like  tlie   figures
1. C. 7,'ti. VV" .   '     •
'•Well'.-" said the .Tmitre. , ■    '     ■
"Itoeausc."    e>:p!aineil    tiio    (lelin,"nienf.    anxiously,
"bceause-  h'-l  ho!    'bey nn* after  IthTCli."
'•Jiii;n'isol:id. for' life!'' IhtintlereU  the Mairis'riiLi*.' *
'lilinufi*:—••A[ayhe;7it  isn't fnim  'i'k-tty at:.all; 'iv inay7 be,'
from :sonie"-;s!ie ebokeii just1 a. litt!eV'^onle;gii'I." '■■ Slie
,. sighed.■'',7'.'I 'dim't: e'iire."  ' Tw,o  niinutos  passed...7"lf7 it'.,
•isn't  from ■,Hetty, I''wonder wdio.it is-from." : '"Two. Vih-,
uti'K   niore.'7:'*Well, T   wili  Jiaye. to' talve'it. .out of. this
, ciVelope.  aiiywa.v,  to.reposl  it.'".   .Then as'tlie rhought
.slrueh dit'i'.. ,--('iooi!ii('ss., -he'll   think. it7is   il 'leitor   froin"'■'
me! •■ IIpw -.livjiilfiil!1',   A pause. . "Ile'lI:ncverl;i!,ow;'.and'.'
1. will   just   peel;   at. the   sign.".ture."   ' A*i'liereui.H''ii  -slio
slowly .proceeded  to extract   tlie  letter-'oiK-e 'in'oiv from
its covering.     Iler eyes .fell  iVpoti.  "I  have iuvil.-.l one"
of.-the dearest girls to dine vvith us. .and  I ■wntu jou to'.•
meet her.'7 '•■.*.,■' . ' ' . '    . .,
After that she road the letter from beginum;: to .end
and  then-road  it again.        .-■' , .  7 - >■;; ,       '.
'.' *    7 . *        *..    ; r. .. .'■■ t        *    .    *
The saiue. mail bi-ooght Ilarry a', letter, also' As!.lie
opened his lii'.Miiv "Wear yoiu'-whit.;. muslin and *oe sure
to look j'oe.r pietiicst, deaV. Always lovingly,' ,.
, * ';'■'.-' 77 " -','7. . . ' , ' ';', ' ■ 7''llKTTY." '^
'".riiil'iny," gasped Harry, •'what the deuce is.-die 'talking -about V"  ■    ■ '     .
lie turned, tlie. paper over, and 'wliea he saw J.ouiie'i'
.name he gave u low ivhislle.      ■ • ' .'• '.
.  Then he r.;-ad lhe, whole letter. . ,   '       '     •     7,.,
'•A\'>11, I ra.ll that pn tly • work!" be eM-h-.iiue'l. "1. always thought ..Turn aiid I'.etly. were slaiieh frii-nds of
niiiK'7 and here Ibey are (ryiug to find a inau for I.oil so
ijuiehly it  tii!;es a way liiy  breath." '       ,
Suddenly he ihrew, the letter ilowii and sat up straight.
•'(Joe whiilikius." I,.- exclaimed, '.'I can.*! address ihis to
I.pu'     Why, she, wo.-Id   think it; was a letter -t'feui me!";
Wedni's.lay afternoon eame. It was a perfect day ia,
early -spring, llar'-y ha.d been in the ollice all day and
when at last his, w.u-k- was onded be iliy-ded. to talo; a-
wall; in the .surrounding country. I'Vrda.'s the eonieuts
of that letter had been uppermost in his mind, but il is
cerlain had he been asked why at six o'cloe!. he chanced
to be in the .vicinity of the big oak 'he wouid doubtless
have said that it was ])U|'ely accidental.
He glanced ai Ids watch for the tenth-time within the
last sixty minutes. .      . ,i.' ' .
"I suppose r.he.'w.ilI he here in ljjalf an hour." he mused,
"so I hail "neller bm-'i-.y." Contrary .to his decision, ho'w-
u\l'v, he sealed himself .on a larg.; bewller ti:-..l.:r the tree.
- A IS.
■ itvM.,
t' Tlc-alite::':-
: ft-I       ivSV4 "'■
". a. iteiS;.'
j • rf j    •-   ■:rtA-i.--F ■
Motor   ^Acquaintances■.'.*' '
K'S'.. '<"i,i,>I!'.i-!i:: had ciijoy-.il' so mtmy anromobile
joy. rides, witli various ingenious excuses, that
s.'ivi had et'ii'npi.etely nuistereil the motoriug vocab-
y anil even fell a souse of possession in.tlie borrowed cars, lmring a call on a loss .fortunate neigh-
lior one tliiv she was ehlargliig ou the,beauties of her
,av.;   ,r-. v.        .      -■  ■ /;   .
■•Vou should do.some motoring, by all .means." she
ran on. "1. couldn't live .without it- 1 am so aceus-
tomeil to our Highily Clipiunger that I slmjily iilio'm-
Inate horses, liy the w:iy'. what' is the make of your
nuichineV" ' "A       ' '     ' ■
"Oh. mine is a light nmniug lockstitch," said lief
friend, sweetly, "with Iiemiuer, tuc-Uor aud butlonhola
*4tpMP" Til--; iVVVi'KR. MOYJE, BJ.TTTSIT COLTTMBIA.  *������##  -���.  *  V...:  / 7 .1  .,' i\  . ��� *_  >r..  1.1 ,�� f  l.''- V -'-''  Af ihe Chiirclies-  catholic   cinnicn.  Tl.9r.-1 -will  ho services  Sunday  evening ouly.  lU.V. FATlIEll  P. BECK  -FOR ,  uETiromsT oiuntcu  Horning service at 11 a. ui.    Sunday Sehool; H p. m.    l.v.ning  __r-  vi.e, 7:00   p., in.     A  hearty   wel-  coino extended   to all.  Key. J. W. MILLKlt', B, A.  " (Pastor.:  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all de^ciiptionp, such  as house  litting*-,  lamp.--,  .shades   or, motor  boat supplies,  .spark  plugs,   eoilHr  (l'iie.*d)    buUi-iic-', go loor wiiie.  "j.  H. KING.ROSE ' .  '.Stanley St., '      Ncl.un, U. 0.'  > *^ ^ **'^^sr^S"^     . \2ffi___?  "e  rili;st;vi.ot;i.,,.\   i-iiuncij.  Morning Sorvi-G 11  a.   in.  bun-  day'_cho:>l and Kible etas? at  2:'A |  p: in.    Evening Service at  7:_0   p.  in.    A hearty welcome to all.  ill.V. (!.,A.  HACKNEY, ]h A.  * ' {.'tistor.)  Si &aarsshiesi af fJ&KS, 'St&ssqSa  I ">    ���  ������ ,  -.   I  It. ' 1  1,, "Mi-  'if- '.kf.'.-  ,' ,; -'^  ft   ,.  1 *���'��� "v  I. life  \%."sk'  ilV#  _.-L.i&l  v SB  l��-: 3t  ll*  *# ���*  *_ ���  111;  ..jrjw  4,1?^-'  i ,i ,t*i.  !St  -$;  ' x:  ) - .J-r I  I,-5.'-    ���  II-  1S?'=.  1  ���%  I  '>3  1.  A  , ,To Manufacture Paiat  A,syndicate lot Spokane business ,iuen   hns purchased    eight.  DUVER  LOTS FOP,' SALE.;  (Hi!  'A  ��� BTJSIN-SSS. LOCALS.  Alinors' Union .meet's  tomorrow  n"_'ht.' ,, ' ���������      ���  , 1,1 you' are'wise you will buy  real estate in'Calft.iry right <now.  , Get tho'li-ibi.. fylo to, Crowe  Rros. ' '    '    ,,   "  Fairvic.w in 1'ast Galgai'y i-  level and close, in, and has ,a good  view(.f tho e;.cy. -      ,      , ���  1*011 SALE���Four, room house  on'^ake,_-Ou't,.$18y. Apply 'at  Leader olliee, *       '  L A.U.N- Q K E,S   ,  1     '��� of all lvi-.i..'i;.  Thc 'IV2ST i''i;i.i:-d or knock  tiowtis. * Motor boat supplies  of aii kinds',  ' '    The tJiiST "EjNGINES.    '";  Prices righl. ' ���  Kootenay, Motor Bo.it Co., Ltd.  XMLS'ON,' ' '      11.'C.  ���fsrs. .,= -v .<*v',*v ���'<%v.',*i<-"^V ���,*sk..''*v ___>.?___��. f_*^��.  OS'  PATRONIZE   TIHJ.LKADER   ANI^   HAVIv    YO\'r '  L.   **��&*  &te  _A  &->j_;  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL ,': " ' . "   ���-*���  .''"-"        '       ,       , ,    '    v ..  ���This hotel j-1',nr.\v uuder , new  I        management, and da first class i  in every respect ' , ,  *���' ,   V '   i ,'  TAYLOK  &   BONNEE,;  DONlt AT I-rOMIv  Wli\- send yonr money out of the,country ip  in Winnipeg-? ,      '       ',,'.,' '���  .scab ,slio:i  1  ,  ,    rHoruiETonB.'  .'ietoria Street.'     ,  iMOyiF.  lead and zinc ores   of   tha  Coetu  Twelve'lots for sale   in  one'ofl    rn ��� . .      ,, .    .  ���e ..1 , .       ���',--.,        - ,lf*Y"t i-eiepnoue, and   sidewalk,  in       > , ���       - -      ,r</"> rri^  a hijifeiade of paints, from  the , tbirds.easb, balance.'in . 0   to '" 12  b'0iU'd ^ ���om ��� .Apply  to , Mr..     MfIiifVfA"/V   PflV_rCOSn  ['months.'     Reason  ''��� for" , cii,, J J- Peacock.   . '.    "'   ' "        iflUillJfe    CC   tliCKSQll,  made f  '  C '   '���    L��� ;  1 ,i    Jewelry Eqgravinjj  and'  n     ' . .    ��� -  uepairmg.'.  Agents    for,   the , Para on s 'Rose;  V^atei proof     e ather    Dressing,!'  which keops.o'ut snow water and  _!   the feet   dry.     '<��� '  .i.mall  sample box lOcts.  ��� V ���  'AS  < i ���        i  '.   letterheads; Envelopes, Billheads,  *' .v '<.,.'''"    '. V     -\     <f' v   ^   ,'  , ', Statements, Company Report  ;       ��� , Stock Certifiqates,  ��� '*    '     ,' ,.      /*     '    ,���"'''  .      , and iiijict .anything in the PRINTING UIN  Dodgers  K  f��f;4'.'  E--U1'  _iflj  am  ��"S-?S  PlfB  ordered from Germany.' The plant  will have facilities for handling  all other ores, including yold and,  silver.    The output  of  the' plant  vvhou in full, operation will be 50   =  inside of  three  year", but WnerIr p   ��       ,   r t      ' ^   nurse  needs'the cash and mnS soh im-   ?f ^well .Hospital,  ^Vimiipeg,  mediate! j\     .Address       -   , 1S'''"ady for engagements of any  G-'J.i}.,     '   Box i.^rdyic    frad:       Wllternifcy    ��    specialty.!  ' '-���iMpyie.   /'    -    . >���      Adv.    ,  5ti';j  W<:  tons a day.  Erect Concentrator  Till ' Cousol'tdated "Mining- &  ^malting couipauy has commenced  prep a ratio n^ for the b rec tion of- a  _e jnceiitVator' iu cpuuect'on- ���with  i.s N .'7 mine, south of rhoenix:'.'  A crew of men was put to w;ork  this week to clear the mill site  aud   tho  right   of   way   for   the  cthree mile   tram   lino   from  mine.    '    'i i  tht  - ' ' Art You Going  to take a,trip this spriug? , If  you will need' something stylish,  m footwear and perhaps a,new  suitcase. Have a-look at my spe-',  cial cowhide, leather liued .valise  $S. -Aho men's overalls! worlaog'  shirts, hose"und suspBurtors'.' Look  out for the Monarch L'rand. 'Highest grade in fine shoes direct from  the makers. ,   ' ' ��  '    I      ,   -.      , . , ���   I jy-. ��� w.v     ocvu.^.t,     WA    1UU15,  lhe bankers   and   lawyers;,are sho_lrMusic and Musical .supplies  buying m Fairview, east'Calgary.      - ' V -"Pl'"��=-��-  ?o  When the two railroad, are  corf-     AriXlSbrOng' AveilUe  m  Deniaurez Heard From  C. O. D."writes from Saeramen-  <* to, Cal., saying that the engineers  in that enlightened town aro  offering to -bet any amount oC  money th... his propjller will not  go an inch. .Should an\ of the Fernie gamblers wish some easy money they might forward it to the  above addfess-lrVriiic Free Prc33.  Tho Royal .Seal  oigat    has been  before tho smoking  public   for a  do/.an years.    Jb is .made iirXel-'on  and    can    be   bought  every mountain town.  in  nearly*  P. G. Long,  ^ Opposite Kootenay hotel.  Every family and especially  those who reside, in, the country  should be provided at all times  with a 'bottle of Chamberlain's  Liniment. There h no telling'  when it may be wanted in case  of an ��� accident or emergency.  It i-5 most excellent in all cases of  rheumatism, sprains aud bruises.'  Sold by the Moyie Drug & Stationery  Co.  HOLLY  LEAF  Choice   Dairy    JButtei  '    30c Der lt>.  Try our clioppcd beef for Ilu  ehii.-kv.-ns; a <;ua rant curt eyo  ���producer.  Motor    Boat Supplies  and   ^  Gnsoline engines.  ��� ** i.  | .Vo have che largest nnd best as-  ' sorted sroek in tlie interior of ]}.  O. Anything used on a motor  boat wo have got it. "We aro  agents for The Caille Perfection  Motor Co., and wo keep in stock  a. number of motors ot all times,  so before purchasing elsewhere  call and inppeet them. They are  high in quality bub low in price.  "VYrito for  catalogue  r.ncl price list.  E. D. MESSENGER   Co.  ax 172. ,-5C(; Stanley A  xi:ivo.\, I.. C  P.O.  ing in follow the lead and /make  money.,     ''���',, , ���',  .FORVSALE���XViU S611 one large  washs'tand ai>d dressing case for  $1*2. ^Apply t'o .Mi-s. M. 'J. Gill,  Government street.    "    -  i .        r *'t  - Tre-sh fruits and  vegetables 'at'  Cro-.ve  Rro3.  Thorn ley, the  shoemaker,'does  the best work nnd   uses   the   best  material.    Give him a ttial.   -Vest!  co pos.office-.'  Imperial cream cheese, 3 for   j0  cents, af Crowe Bros.  For,the ktesc in ladies belts,  neckwear -and blouses, see E -V  Hill.  See the latest creation of belt*-  and collars at Hill's.  Imported linoleum, at .0 cents  and 021 cents at MacEachern &  Macdonald'..  Yon need your shoes repaired.  Take them 'to Thornley, next to  pcstoilice, and he will make them  like now.  Singer Sewing Machines cost  verylittlo more than cheap machines. Do the best work and  last a life time, Sold on small  monthly payments by Geo. 13.  Powell Cranbrook. In Moyie on'  10th oi    ath mouth.  ��� Write J. Walters. 11 ox 1815  or a<-k .Malcolm .Mc-Xcill, Moyie'  about Pah-view, Calgary. yi.  cash, and S10 per month  L O i. T-Memoraudiun    pocket  book, with $_..:0 and four  plumo-  j graph   tecords   enclo-cd.      J''ind>*r  |��ili please return  same  to  i'hs  i ofli.-  (N'ext door to Prospector office'.)  .Cranbrook;,,   '���   ��� ,B. C.  _.  SEE^SS^SS  Sf53gSI-__-_i__i-_^  %  Mi  Qb&  Sixik  li -YOU'keep in touch  0 ii  wins  during MS SALE,  I   *l  w:  l"M  1  fn  , Vov Sale���A four-room Jion.se,       F(m   *AT.K-Fivo room ho.me  MOYIE,  33. O.  an il  JiOllSC".  iV'r.leu   aud  P. HARTIGAN  Us  Serve  in  arid_yoii will benefit in time   and   'money. ..Every   article  .our.large stock quoted to yau a. KASTERH PRICES.   '  ���    ,,: We offer|.it the vei^ lowest prices high-grade'watches,  -llery and wedding presents.   .  '1*tl-C" "heel and good cdlar. There ,.r_  also on the same lot two shack--,  which rent fur $12. This U u bargain as the investment will p..y  ���10 per cent, interest y0u , could  no.i.buy the building matoiial for  the pnee asked. Apply to ]_',.' E. j  Thornley.  nan. evei  reduce our stoi  _        Evcrytliinn musL��o.     The less goods we will have lo ��ack, the better pleased we will be.  this GOLDICN OPPORTL-XITY to secure all you need in  THE SPRING AND SI  A\:  iYGOODS .AND FURNISHINGS B  R  ' a.  jc  .Ail  orders promptly filled.  Write for catalopue.  Birks  ,    DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  1  M  cc  Wcry mail' order house  Sons,  Ceo. K  ��� st  r-*l  Tro!-_y, Alan.  Dir.  0/1 ice  WalL  over  Mi-  Slioi-t'a'  iStore  VANCOUVER, B.   O.  [ Armstrong Ave.,        CranbrooK-  T"^ F*H\ ^B*^ *~^  r"*d  CI  &&&'  V->1?  - -;'s


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