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Array *3 Jfc  .'.  ^^^^^^^^  IE  VOL. n NO; 19.  r  Doyonrej-es bother you?  Consult W. H. Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   and. get  satisfaction.  Save money by purcha:  ing your  ,    TIMEPIECE'from  Wilson, the Jeweler.  MOYIE, B. C FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. 1910.  TO-NIGHT  Mr.   Newton  fraternal play  ,Beers   will  present  in  mono-drama, his  %        GENERAL FLOAT        I  * *  David and Johnathan  Auspices of Wi'ldey -Lodge;  No. 44,' I. O. O. F.   at  MORLKY HALL, MOYIE  8:30 p. m.    "-'.   friday, August 12th, 1910 Admission 50c.  Hazelwobd Ice Cream  A hospital is to be, built; at Na-  kusp.    ' n  '  '   ��� , i  t        "*~~"���" |  George M. Gunn is now constable at Crestou.  The U. P. R. will move its  rails  froni! the main street of Kamloops.  Harvey W. Scott, for ,10  years  editor of the Portland Oregonian,  ia dead. <-��� ,'  W. F. of IL Convention  ��2 A YliAll  James Roberts, secretary of the  Moyie Miners' Union, is Jiome  [ from"DeiiW, where he attended  the 18th annual convention of the  Western^ Federation ��� of Miners.  When asked for a'brief account of  the work done at'the convention,  Mr. Roberts said;,  ���wcimemnmMMmM: Nldsi--���' ZTZTZT ~ J -'���  --- '"  |   ,     LOCAL ASSAYS,,        *jgr^*^*^3������*3������-���^e���������������^  James Thoni is in town.  Miss Lillie Schulze is home from  SpokaneJ ,  ���   .      '  C. (J. Farrell was  in  Cranbrook  Tuesday.     - '        < >  Gordon Elphinstono has gone to j W  Phoenix. > W  MikeTorpy was in   Craubrook'JK  STILL   FURTHER   REDUCTIONS  'OW -CLEAN-DP  SALE *  Air  So,me,^fc- ,fi��Keno ore is on exhibition at the' world's fair being  held at Brussels. A  "The convention was a' notable Montiav.  one in many respects.     Firstly in ���  regard to' the dispatch. in   which -   "Rpa K.rans has S��ne to his farm  the delegates got down to  busi-  , You will fnid vourfrieiuls at Gwyiine's where'the  best     Joe -cr>ns-    0DCe,   lightweight  cream iu towu is to be had/   ' A    '   . t,   .��� , ., ��*����pion fighter   of   the  world,  Gwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  died at Baltimore on the JOth.  Editor T. A. Lovej .of, the Phoe  rcwnmh.fr   lines  must be   cleared   out .���.  sacrifice prices,   -So down go, the prices tijl-.biivi^ at  yf,  thus sale will mean utmost economy:        We ��*.r-e  in Montana.      '   '" .' ""IMjJ  n?thinS and every department enters the clean-up.  ,D. J.-Elmer loft  Cranbrook  on  il>        '   p~���i��� i ,    '    ,'   , '' *  Wednesday for Toronto. - '      S ' AP    .       C 'bou��h t ]a^lv for the' reason, that'  A.'C.Wldry and  wifo Ieffc. on |,W   m01.e.te311 Piu\g bargains w-crenever offered' iu. Aloyie."  /We seek solely,' the' final "winding .Hp   0f',lhis-'  badness a���d -you reap unequalled saAng\s bv living.  Don't fail to get your share.'      ' ,'./'���       '  ���at1 fo'  ness and handled tlio various momentous    questions    facing    the  the organization nt this  particular time. , '- ."More  especially ��� was I'Wednesday for Nanaimo1. J'$)  this feature noticeable when busi-   " Dr. Coffin was down to Ryan on  W  ness relative to the struggle that professional business Tuesday.        S��  is being waged in -the Black Hills      r.  i  vi    ''"'������,'    -r                ���    ll>  of South, Dakota  "between   tie'f        n     T' T," 7** ���'e>upW  Ilomestake Mining Company and '^ Cl'8Ubr00k *****y  Kootenay Jam  * * '      - , . . . . , .>   . . . r  , ��p    .Consisting of this season's fruit. ,   "A.    _      , *    ,  >' '5-pbimd tins, each, 'i'li l_'__9oc-  ,'.-1-pound g-1 ass,c each..'. ^.j ���_.__. 30c.  A    1-pound.'g-l'ass, jell37,��,eacli_'__ 1 l'l J__35c.  None better.     But dou'C.take our say so.     Just  one trial'will convince- yon.    .�� ' '-.'',  Get  tlie habit.      Go. to  CROWE BROS. & CO.  ;  . ; .% a,    " ,\'iNStjRANCE;'.ahd MINING -,' "   ,   ^  t     :��    ~    and INVESTMENT BROKERS,;  ��-  Head Office   . " !        ' ,  CRANBROOK, B. C-  "   ���:   t>-' -       '   A   A .  - cne federation was, beincfdisoi  _j.   nix pioneer, is spending his vaca^ LPfl     A1'    f / ,* ;  _     apuatbiaoldhonie,.^,,���.   14 ^^I^^SI  .^^ <*^^I-"l������ Itai  }l ' " 'America, >vhich mpans  that -the'M1",visit to Missoula, Mont. '  '; I the Federation was, bein^disc"u7 j    ,AHllur    '^l"^". J'ispector  ofjJK  llsed.    Alsn.fcho n,.n.,'�����o,i ���rci':....-__ I schools, was in town Tuesday.        ''"'  The C. P. R. intends to expend  a million dollars in the improvement of its lines iu the 'Kootenay  district. ' "'.'      '  Bohunk has become , a popular  language in Fernie although it is  not being taught in1 tho schools of  the coal city.  4,  body, and lit   is   apparent   that  with the combination, of capital  ���.. ��� . ��� ���  aQa��tker,interest3that'is taking  The government road has now place everyday, organized labor  been completed between Fernie must also combine, both in the  and .Michel and j3   in   excellent economic ai'id the political' fields  W., F.  M;_apply for a "charter in    .Don't forget the, Newton Beers J>  the American Federation of Labor  dramatic entertainment in  Mur-|il>  and thereby become a'part of the  '"  u "   ",rir '      ''       '  '"      ' ''  great American labor -movement.,  . "The' .American, Federation of  Labor with its membership. of  nearly two^millions is,a powerful  -:>       Special for Saturday  ii'i >"���"'''     i - ��� ���������       f       '  W'd  '   -7h'rf Pairs'ladies' bLnck cashmcreW   for'^1  <i>  Regular 60c. values. -. �� <  ft  ��>  ,   l*��<  /A  fo  fo1  condition for .traffic.     . (     ' ' '.'President' MoVe'r ' wielded "the  '.,���<",     '_ ,.      ' gavel in a masterly manner. "Lis  Along  the <W  the p.  P. R. n,lings   being  rarely questioned  has more thau.ihe usual dumber The personnel of the eidftive  i  of fire rangers on this year. There somewhat .changed, uo  less  than  is a man for every seven miles oi ftve new, men' being   elected-  to  replace five of the old board.   The  road.  T. G. Dligh,.manager of a   mov  ing picture theatre in Salem," Ore.,  proceedings.- of the , convention  were brightened,,by the, ane  speeches ofjfsuch' men as' McCul  .      .      -   '       ^   ,   r.    ��� ' apeecues or<sucn  men as  McCul-  has been arrested for exhibiting li���������u ,Vp-p ����� - - ��"-^ui-  n ��t 4v - 't u- * o- , " .. 8 lough and ..White,' fraternal dele-  theJeilnes-Johuson fight pictures.' -  ( l i  Shoes - Shoes - Shoes  t ���  Most of the leading makes and all of the leading leathers  to be had at popular prices.  J. W. FITCH  1 The Doukhobor colony at Waterloo, near Castlegar, - is .fast  forging to the front.'. There are  1,100 mombers in the colony.   - '  The annual .shareholders meeting of the 13lack llorse Mining Go.  will be held at Wallace, Idaho, on  August 10th. Considerable of the  stock is held iu East Kootenay,  gates from^the United M ine Wor  kersi and Gay'Miller, Moyer, Ma-  honey, Williams,,Terscich, Tauner  and others of tho Federation.  The convention adjourned on the  evening of August 2nd, to meet  agaiu in the city of Butte, Mont,  next year."  leys hall .this' evening. ' Open" to  everyone.   Tickets 50 cents. ,-  Fred Ogle, auctioneer of Cranbrook," was in town lust Saturday.  Fi-ed A.   R mall,, ���*real    estate  agent of Cranbrook. was in  town  yesterday.   . ' o A "  Jack Jjane, the cook, is back ,to  Moyie, and,, is working at the  Kootenay.'"       ,  , The Moyie school will open  for  the fall term on Monday, .Aug. 2i).  A. ,Ga Monkhousej an A wife returned last Saturday" from-Spokane.       ���'   ��    ' A  V. J. Campbell, the blacksmith,  left Tuesday for hi3 home in  Seattle.      J ' . '' ' ' �� '    '  - The ,Moyie- school  building  is,  being given a,much needed coat  9of paint. , , ,^    t    A    A  'A   , ' ,  A "daughter  was  born' to  Mr.  and Mrs. George Lane at Ryan -on  August 0th.  i <* ^, f  i   Afr. and Mrsl J. .Attwood were  down to their farni at Crestou the |  I first of the week.  |   MacEachepn AS Macdonald  SS^B^^-.^  David and Johnathan  A   , v' * i  This evening in'Morley hall Mr.  Newton Beers will put on the fraternal'play, "Dayid and Johiui-  than,", depicting.',-those many  scenes so well known to the throe-  link fraternity. This gentleman  comes well recommended and it is  under the .auspices 'of AVildey  Lodge ,N"o. '-L1, I. 0. O. F. that the  monodrama will be produced and  the general public is cordially invited to attend, as it'is not to be  limited to the, craft.' Admission  fee is 50 cents,  '      x        V  There Witt tile Goods  Jafopers JRetoni Home  ^ The members of the party from  Peniie, who have been camping on .1  die west side of the lake for- tho  past two'weeks, broke"camo Wednesday and returned to" their1  homes. TImp marked the termiiia-  tion of a ruost pleasant outing. ' A  member of the party before leaving said: \ .',".'     l  "We have had.a delightful.out-'*  ing, and I wish to fclianlo the 'people of Moyic.for their many Uctle  courtesies. .They showed "us every1  kindness possible. 'S. G. Blaylocll  and the management of-the St.  Eugeno took us through the mine.  This   provdd   of   great    iuterest,,  MOYIE'S    LEADING.   HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Largo and Commodious S.implc Rooms  S>  Billiard Kooni9.  There is so much business in  the long distance department of  the telephone office at Cranbrook  that a separate switchboard in a  room by itself has been installed.  J. Peek MacSwain, printer, poet  aud lecturer, is campaigning in  the Nicola valley in favor of the  ���Scott act. Peck will probably  make a tour of East Kootenay  before the snow flies.  fiave Boys Reception  i,-   n    tt      ii i.'-va~   ui   great,    iuterest,  I. B.  Hawthorne,   one  of  Xel-  especialiy to those who had never  , son s celebrated  hustlers,   was. in   before visited a mine.    -  The v*��  town yesterday.     Hawthorne has   tbrs also consider fchemseli-e- un  Harry Salt, R. A. Webster and' JVvS^^F ^ ^^If^f^ ^ligation to Ed. T^or  ot L resident  Taft and  tho  busi-  for his untiring efforts in our bo-  nuuc    on m* s.Z t-*w    ��.<?      T^l        t\     -r�� ��� i_ _ i n  The members of the Cranbrook  babseall team were given - a big  reception when they landed in  their home town yesterday. They  were'met at the train by the band  and there was a procession in  which every automobile iu town  was pressed into service.       The  Con Caser have gone to the Sullivan mine to work.  y J< W-' Collis, representing a  Vancouver hardware firm, was in  town the first of the week.  Patrick Keeney was in 'town for  few days from his fann,in��the  lower Moj'ie valley.  Mr. Sandwith, wife and daughter will leave for their old home'  in England on October 2nd.  Harry Hesse, one of the propri-  ness sagacity,of John B. Itoeke  feller. When out for business he  is a veritable steam roller. He  is there with the goods. v  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  i 'v"v* War -tJ"v"v"vT ^ A"^ ^^ z$r7si-/$i-2{i_<?v ^���t&r^-ip. ^-i-zjrzji-,-* ���[  E  For the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  from $4.50 to $5. Sec our new 20th CENTURY SUITS.  Buy one and be well dressed.  m.   A.   HILL.  D. It. Young, one of the old  timers of the Kootenay, is now  proprietor of the Queen Charlotte  News. He owns a large amount  of real estate in Queen Charlotte  eity.  Up to August 1st San Francisco  had raised close to $G,500,00y i  towards the Panama-Pacific Exposition to be held for the celebration of the completion of the  Panama Canal iu 1013. l   ..  ���i.e. .        ��  j ~ ����.   uua   jjiupri-  toatu while away won 11 conseou-1etors of the Moyie Brewery, was  tive victories. During the trip f transacting business at Cranbrook  tho.boys have beaten Nelson -i  to  Wednesday,  3, 15 to 8, 11 to 2, and 6 to 5:  Trail 7 to 1; Itossland 9 to 2, 7 to  9, and 0 to 1; and Northport 0 to  0. Peterson caught and acted as  captain of the team. Malloy pitched three, Crteler three, Galvin  four games, and Lundberg one  game  ��     Imperial Bank of Canada.  >#���Wl  Capital Authorized  Capital Subscribed��� ���  Capital Paid Up���;   .Reserve, Fuud���  -.- --$10,000,000.00   $5,575,000,00  ------ - 5,:330,O0O.00  .__.....'������-;.a30.000.00  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  Cranbrook.Arrowlieaa, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,    New   Miche'  2 Fernie, N��Wa, Kevelstoke. Victoria/and Vancoiwer-  | Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any  I part of the World  t. ��� Savings Bank Depardnent.  ��� Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit.  j     MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.   {  Hai-old Nation is again with  Prof, ltobertson, yrovLucial mineralogist, this summer. They are  up in tho viciuicy of Ilanceville,  on the old Cariboo road. Mr.  Nation formerly lived in Moyie  and Cranbrook, but for several  years h��s been eonuected with  the mines department at Victoria)  Vagrancy tie Charge  Constable Browning this week  took two prisoners to Nelson to  serve sentence for vagrancy.  They were W. D. Gray, sentenced  'for six months, and Kathleen  Gray, sentenced for five months.  For Aurora Mill  Men are now excavating for the  foundation of tho mill which is to  be built at the Aurora on the  west side of Moyie lake, and the  directors aro closing a contract  for tho machinery. The mill will  bo rushed to completion as early  as possible.  Fire Warden Election.  Charles White came down from  the Sullivan Wednesday. After  remaining in town for a day or  two he went out to Spokane.  Harold Nelson and his company  will be in' Moyio on September  6th, and will play "Pierre of the  Plains," in Morley hall.  K. D. Stiuson is out to Spokane for a few days to see his  family. When ho returns he will  go up to the Sullivan to work.  While fishing in L-\nib creek-  last Sunday W. J. Bennett caught  Preachers Change Pulpits  Next Sunday Rev. S.  Cook  of  Methodist church  here will hold  services  at. Cranbrook,   relieving  Jtev. K. Hughes, who goes to Vic  toria to attend the general conference.        The pulpit of the Methodist church in Moyie will be filled  by Captain Taylor  of  the  Salvation Army at Cranbrook.    -  Will Play Football  A football match for the MuU  cup will be played at Aldridge  next Sunday. The game will"be  between the Craubrook and Moyie teams.  half,   and   to Divk  JJrown,   who  always had hi8iIauncb,��the Water  My,  at  our  disposal.     A  d.inc^  was given in our   honor,   and   v.-.i  were given a'moonlight excursion.  on the lake.   Mr. Johnston kindly  allowed us to camp on his grounds  I can give you a straight tip th;--r.  next summer'camp Ugo-Igo  will  again be seen at" .Moyie, and  with  more than double the" number   ci  people that were hero this year.'"  Was Given One Year  Tf your liver is sluggish and out  of tone, aud you feel dull, billions,  constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab  Maurice Burel, who was convicted of stealing horses near Value  aud takiug them across tho lino  to Bonuers Ferry to diapo-.e of,  was given a speedy trial befoi a  Judge Wilson at Cranbrook I.itt  ���Saturday aud was seufcencoii no  one year in the Nelson jail. 11 .  was taken to Nelson -Monday by  Constable Lacey of Eiko.  i-  V.  Returns with Bride  Mr. Harvey McKonzie and hi-  three trout measuring"is incheZl ��� ^T, n^''? r��tilf"S aad, bHde ^t��rned from Spokane th-  20  i���rfin���  ������,i   9.1   .-..i-:   "1CUes'|y0��^��Ilfeelallr,gl,tintho   mor-|fl���t of the week and ��re now  jv-  23  inches  respec-  Next Tuesday, August 16, three  fire wardens will, be elected for  Moyie. The election will be held  at the court house at 11 o'clock.  Caven Is Home  Holding Picnic Today  The ladies aid of the Methodist  .church is holding an icecream picnic today a,i McUcth's r.inch.  Tho9. Caven, M. L. A., is home  from the coast and will probably  remaiu in Cranbrook for some  time now,;  The K aud H cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  ellent flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  20  inches  and  tively.  Next Tuesday evening the Moyie lodge of Odd Fellows will have  work on in the first degree, and  icecream and cake will be served  after the meeting.  Organization Meeting  All persons interested in the  welfare ot the Moyie Fire Brigade  are requested to meet in the /ire  hall Monday evening, August 15,  at S o'clock. The brigade will be  reorganised  niug.   .Sold by the Moyie Drug  Stationery Co  siding in   one  cottages.  of   the  Artnstroii  e: i  $3.  Juvenile Baseball Tonight  The, juvenile baseball tennis of  Craubrook and Moyie will play  this evening ^t Aldridge. The  game is called for 0 o'clock.  The Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  is selling dressers  and   stand   at   $11;: iron- beds   at  si?ri}}g,. $3.2z- mattresses, $3.25 and A ;  Felt Mattresses, $9.75..  ,   Jt will pay yon to/��et in touch with them when you w i  - FURNITURE .,-;'.'  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, ITU  Cranbrook  .!>'  .n  :'-:i-JJ-  ��� **I  -JJL-  ���w  vrnz*4 .1  If  'f,A  k'f  k  Vi  ft  -g>i,  I�� '  4i',  tow  > '-  , .'a*.,  lIl'V'-. '-  Hft  iff")--;"'  it�� .,    ,i  !#"  a?l  i  &*  'it  ill  TBE MOYIE LEADER.  Published in tlicintereslof the people  of Movie and East Kootei-aj".  R J. WMYT1I. Puitr.isjn::  <U^ONfMM  ..(���f^fTT^.  LABEL>  i:.sTh   or   suiiscriitiok  O/ie recw   . .' , r   $2.00  * - L r  FJIIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1010  much interested in the miners    %���  ; I  of the coal regions of Peu.nsyl-;  vania as when he was hobnob-,  bing with royalty. He can!  lead the grand march at a ball'  or can put on the gloves andj  box  a" few rounds as fast as   --���    IK  most amateurs, -jlie is conversant with ail conditions of life  aud societ}', and is still aware  that he can get pointer's from  those who arc his inferiors.  His position and learning have  not given him the big head.  MIa  x.F.aYjVm, y.-r.. ii'\, VJtJTfSj:,'  Patriotism  A'Ll  ! -V  4^&vi  The sfnniccli :? r- larger /actor'in "lire iiberti ane' t':e pursuit of liHppinoss, " llii'ii mo-tl people aro j^-iif. _I'atnotism  <-fin with*' jnd huncur l>ut not cl>.s^L-psia. '1'"���" Lonfirifltd dv��-  pi-plic " i.; /.I foi ticison, stratagems, unJ <-poiIj." -,:0 ,na"  ��ho goes to the front for hi;, onuiitry villi a v;,;2U stomac.i  will be n ��cuJ. soldier and.a fault finder. \  A houml <,:otni>ch make* lor good citizenship ni> weU as *or  hciilth and happiness. '  Uisciisui, of the stomach niul oth'er orjfans of digestion and  nutrition arp promptly u��d permanently cured by the use'of  -'(.  Dr. PIERCE'S GOX.DEX MEQieTlL DISCOVERY.  It   builds   up* the   body   with   buuad   flask   aud  solid muscle..  ' The dealer who offer* a substitute for tho " Iii*covcry" is  only seeking to mnke the little more profit realized on the  sale of less, meritorious preparations.  Dr.   Pierce's  Common Sefise Medical Adviser is sent free  on receipt of  stampsrto pay <��i-peiise of   mailing only,    send  31 one-cent stamps for the paper covered hook, ur 50 stamps  ,.-vV      for the clo.-h   bound.    Address World's Dispensary  Mccj.cal  *��$��=, Association, P.. V. Pierce, M. D., I'rcsident, Buffalo,' N. Y.  }   /|- \a o. o. f.  ~ JC* ^A?*siC~~.'?^  fleets Tuesday evening-1!   in   tin-  .Miut'ii.' Union   hall.      Roj'iurnim:  Odd Ki'Uo'.vs couhaliy invito.  N. \V. JlrimiAr,       'R. J. Sun-il,  Noble Urand. Scir'y.  Editorial .Notes  ".Toronto's ''milk'-supply  is  being  probed   with"the faint  >ope  of- discovering" -traces ' of  cream.        , , '    '���  ,' ^QrcstGU should' take   steps  to get rid of that bull" that' is  terrifying the  people  of  peaceful burg.    "Why not raf-  "fle'him or turn  him   oyer  to  ' som'e   Vancouver  real" .estate  "agent?. ���    " ,  ,   , ~     "*Z~, 'c  '��� '..The  advocating  of  oil  for  /uel'6'h raihvaysds all right in  'its v!-;vy(,'but if it has the effect  of depreciating the  output- of  - *     > '      - -. '  coal tire scheine will not meet  * - - -. t,-  with popular favor  along  the  A >       -     JJ- ���  A movement has been ..star-1  ted in Parjs.to stop the shaking of hands.       If the move-  ment   could   be   diverted   to  abolish certain  abuses   of  the  -    \      J  handshake it would receive; the  commendation of all sane per-  sous, says the Spokesman-Review: , There is the two-fin-'  gered,_pick-a-i}luuLhancUhakj2j  ,.   , Ifor   example,-  which   is     an  that I .      /    '  abomination   to    any - square-  i  tcied person.  it' ,  the party who   offers   a Jiand  '     *     S        ^J1',s'       ' *    " .  ' 'f  like an empty buckskin glove  dipped in bilge water, which  must.be grasped and squeezed  without flinching. -A^s to the  politician's hand.' the hand  that treats' j'our 'defenceless  paw as jf'it were a strength-  test machine, the genial soul  who pumps .like a sailor and  asks for a loan, all these could  be  abolished   and  the  world  ^.^.^s-e-z-e-  {��  s^s re-eesssssj-jsss-s-H-s  t CHINOOKERS |  , (��)iokcsinQu-ltc\lL-�� ) .  iMany a man who sadly reflects  on the pie like, mother used ,to  make fails to remember that he  has not the stornaelf that used to  go withthe pie.  Some ladies of, uncertain age  would .probably object>to being  called prescrvod peaches..  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  I'.make a specialty of Postal Photo work. Prices. 4  for,50 centb, or 3l.25>a dozen.  MISS .FLORA DEAGON.  O F. DESAULNIER.  rui:Ar.i:it in  A;man is a great lover of econ-  . . , oray as long'as it does  not affect  Then there is  anything he  eats,  drinks,  wears  or smokes. ' ,    ., - ,  , The man who thinks success in  life may be obtained by trickery  veny seldom'turns the trick.   ���     <  A toothpick, worn, proudly in  the southwest corner'.of .a lady's  face, proclaims to all tho world;  "l.'liavo et.'"  - P.ROMPT .DELI VERY'. ' "  due ens' A^e. , ' -MOYIE  ,-"     ,"   ���*'* __y 1 '  St.   Joseph's, Convent.  *"      ' NEl.PO.V, B.C.  " . ���>' ^  xJoririling anil'D-ij' frliool (jnni'ucl-  ed( b'ySisters or St. Joseph, NVlsciti,  13.'-C. ' Cornniert'iiil unU - I'lik-int'st-  cuurses a' spt'r.i.-iHy. Kxtvlli'iice tii^l  swift .progrnss cliuriu'tentze tuch de  prtrtnient. Pur^nts uliouid wriie0 foi  part.icul,ir->.    One  montli   ii."suri s-   the  C"rj<.v   yv   >    rr\��' t^n<  i-t '    public   of   tin;   thoroughness   of   Hit  e ��� i��    K.       111116     '1 3 DlC'Sisters', melliD'fs   of tiy.cliing.   Termt  would be better for it.  �� ..   11'  An Undesirable Citizien,  .There is an orchestra coin-  posed' of prisoners in1' the  Pi fctsburg 'penitentiary.' One  of their favorite   selections   is  s, ' ;v <        - "1  , '���' 'Beautiful 'Gates -Ajar,,';'" hav  a ' , \ - "   ' ��.       In  Australia   Jack  Johnson  is  '.by ^cc.ial.jeqxiest of the war- co'nskl8re-d an undesirable' citizen.  deri tViey occassiondlly Vender In .fact, tbe black champion is so  ' I'"Abide With "Me''-'"   " "   "   ��� little ��� liked 'that  the  Australian.  '      '.'"         ^# ��_    r        . '. government compels  him' to  put.  ,-������  ��� 1 up a bond-every time  he enters  , . . Cranbrook should,be a model tJiat couatry th*/t bo>wi]i i0Rv0 ic  city." "tt is said that a 'certain  a"certain lime After' his  business  -    .".,",,         r              ,1    1          is completed,  1   jninistcro there frequently dons j      ..      __i j    .  a Ions; coat and a slouch hat  '(a la   Plaivkshaw)   aud goes  ' \  V/estbound  Xo. 213    Local   .,  Xo. 7        Soo-Spokane  ' �� -  Eastbiund  ,1:20 p. m.  1:-10 p.m.  No, 214 , Local        1      f 2:52 p. m.  No.iS   '    Boc-Spokorio     5.29 p. m.  slumming' at night' and" re-  ports his finding's to Cory  Dow, the chief  of police, the  next morning.  yflie Jeffries-Johnson   fight  made Reno the most talked of  ' place in the world  for  a  few  .    ,   * -  weeks, and now Dr. 'Crippen  has caused the, spotlight to  turn to Father Point aud staid  old Quebec' No publicity bureau on 'earth could have done  a like amount of "advertising  'for these "places. How many  'people ever heard of Fa'tlier  Point until Dr. Crippen and  Miss X'eneve were "arrested  tliere?  Was Shy on Insurance  During the big fire at Fernie  two years ago a Syrian was praying on the sidewalk. He prayed  i'ASyrian. Xo immediate answer I  was forthcoming'. lie prayed in '  English. ' "O'Lord save my store.  No very much insurance."���Fernie  Free Pi ess.  Art of Swimming  The xAacc of publication of  The Kye Opener may change  from time to time, but the pa-  Over -1,000 men and boys drown  annually in Canada and the United States, a total that would be  mightily reduced if a!knowledge  of the art of swimtnin'g were moie  diffused. ' '  Coming Events  commence January, .April   and   Sept  Pupils aro admitted iluriuu-t-enn-  ���s   ��� ��� 'ST01J  AT THE  cosmopolitan;'  \VHEN IN      ',  .CRANBROOK.  K. Tr.,S.lIAI.I.,jainnnc;er.  G.kkI rooms, good  tables and ;bnr  and first; class sample rooms.  bt. j:uii>,i>i! i.<k'k�� n��. a"  k; of 'p.  ���n^r    M    Meets ev?ry Thnrsdny  %^^^/iVpniDg    in    McGregor  \W^��/ ,,,l,1 nt S ���' 'c]ovU'   vi*  ^���sLO^^ ithig brethren worconie  Ai.uWr G11.L     '        F. A. Hii.i^ ,  Chancellor Com.        K. .il.,'&.   Sv-  Svll<l<lc   1.<>i1r*., No. r>s  A. I".   .V   A. -11.    '  Regular    meetings  onr<tlie  fiifat  A\red-  ncsday      of , (each  month.  Visiting brethren welcome,  '   ���   JI. Chapman, TV. 31.  N.,W. Burdutt, Secretary.  9/ We Make a Point  V/ ot :il��:ns Kllinj.', tlift tiiitli ,nnl  \��j        ��� < i t;ivi!'y a 11.^,^11 , v.hy   ul.i'ii  tj/ .ivl-nl lo.     'J'lii'n,'"-, ' .111 i'iji"  \1?   "/lhy:    - '"   '  ijy Soft DrinksBottled Here  ii'*        iiie suj.fiiVir  to  most  othc-it,,  '  ii> Wliv.-1    Jt's because   wc   know'  W        the ;ut n('lipw to bottle  .W5odaand0therbnoks  );o that lliey   retain   tlifir   life _  V*        and Irssliiicss.'  '*  *  I'HONE ;i li '  Cranbrook,   G. C. '   <   ' Hi \  ��� ��*    r- < _ ' ' I '        IB  \\'   '   '  W      -  I, East Kooienay Betting Co.  \\r   I�� O. 1KA\ 810-  orvmy\-in bernle  1  Moyie'   Miners'" Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  .  -Meets in -Miners' Union, Hall every S.iturday evening. 'Sojourning members are cordially invited  to attend.  Albert.GilI, , , (|James Roberts'  -  rri'dilinr. " SecrutHry  ilarvey, > McCarter   &  , '   \  Macdonald.  '" Rn.rristcrs,'Solicitors, Notaries, J5lo  Cranbrook",  B.  C.  W. F. GURD,  ,   BAUiusTicu. soi.jciTons, 'etc.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  ���'.; PR.' F. E. MILES ,  ; Dentist,  Cranbrook-, ���      *.- u, C.  Georg-e JH Thompson,  -,  A   ; *    ��� t     - '   . >t     ' ;   '  CA'RUISTKIt,'   .SOI-ICITOK  ' '   .5��'  ,   .    -Nox.iiiv Fuhmc, Ac." ��   ;    '  CRANBROOK,     ��� Bkitish Coi.umiiia  Large^lisl A>T  good1 evciiu.  Over $600 in prizes.1   ' Hoire��  racing, foot ��� racing," baseball,  ' football,   tenuis - .tournament,  ���* 1 ���  "3quaw   tepee   'races,'   S^jttaw  ',     4'   - ��� ,.;    -, -. 01  hor.se races, etc.   ���.'��-.  "'.  Entries,n/ii'st b'e made  with  secretary. '   AVatch-, for ���largc  l"  .   .-  posters.  ^  V  w  M  'I  "iv.  t -m  * 11  ;   'Q  VI  1,  G. H. Boullon,  , President, ^  *W. S�� Stanley/  Scaelii  oyie/'Been:?*"^ ���������'���!  As made,,hy\the present brewer'is ndniittroly me j  . "JUest Beei'in Fast Kboteuay. 'Witli'the first Malt  and thw'Purest Spring AVater it is 1111 excel I i-l for,!  1 jiju-ility.    In.sist on having Moyie Beer.    \ ry  Sir "Wilfrid Laurier at Nelson,  August 20.  Labor "\Aiy celebrations, Cres-  ton, Fernie and llosmer, Monday,  September 5th.  Revclstoke Fall Fair, September  0 and 7.  Cranbrook Fall Fair, September  21 and 22.  ober .'3 to (>.  . . Victoria Fair and  I/orse .Show,  per makes   its   appearance   at |;September 27th to October ],t.  regular     intervals     just     the}     Nelbon Fair, September 2�� to."0.  same',   p'rom Calgary it 'moved)     New Denver Fruit Fair, October  to   Toronto,   and   from   there' i-  1 , 1   , s o -1 T/ Spokane Interstate   Fair,   Oct-  back to Calgary.    Tt was next  issued at Port .Arthur, and  now it-comes from Winnipeg;  As a writer"-'Bo.b/.'"IJdvvards'. "is  .alone in his .class. ��� The  sworn circulation of The Eye  Opener.is aboutA2i0a0 copies  each issue.  Your  In this man's day tliere was '"  little chance ior the chap who  started out hi life as a workman with no-special training,  lie ^-as foredoomed to work  for small wa;n:;v until finally  disqualified by old r.Qfe.    Willi  , YOU it is different. If you arc  not getting ahead as fast as you  should m your chosen occupation, the I. C S. will help you.  A iccoid of over 10 jeais of  '. .iiAnV.fiHio success in tiaining  thousands of  nmbitions ^'ajjc ���  . oarnbrs for l-.-tttr positions and  increased earning-, ei:.i!jle4 us  to state po'iti'.-L-ly that we can  help you, no mailer how -cant  your l 1110, inons-v, or edu'-atif.n  may he. Don t neglect any M  }ios-,ii/te (.Ilium.:-! ��"v advance- S  ment.  Send this coupon NOW.     SS  I     IfTERNATIOriAl CORfloPONDEMCE SCHOOLS     *  Bar 7i)'X SCKANTON, PA. ��  GEORGE C. EGG,  Local Representative,  P. 0. BOX 30     -    FERNIE, B C.  Wm. Jewell  Expressvand General lDelivery Business.' Livery' and  Feed Stable.'       c   .   -  WOOD    AND-   COAL  For   Sale  W. R, BEATTY  Etnbaltjicr ai.d Undcitiikor,  Phone 9. CRaXSP.OOI-  Jjpuve Orders at  CJwynne's Store.  i Moyie  Bi itish Co.umbi  ia  T. T. MtVilUcCL.t',L S.    li.   V. I'll'Ver, C   K  '.mtcvitxie & parker;��  I'noviNciAi. Land Su]:\kviA;    .  is.iiiiv.iv .v.- 4-11JNINO   ii.s<;iNi:i5iii>'c  - L-stimates P'tirnislied.  & 'OFFICF.S      ,  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25,  Cranbrook P. 0. Bjx 11.  BO'LXLKD^AND DRAFT BKKR  "f  -co  v^'  If you want auj'thing in the  [line of clothing or men's fur-  jnishiugs, try  ' C, A. F00TE  THE TAILOR  Wc carry iu stock the goods  to make an ujAo-date suit  made in town, or we can gel  you a special f/rdercd suit  made to your measure.      Wei  BUY   YOUH  gars  Tobaccos ' ,  Fruit andj  Confectioner}'  FROM  A. B. Stewart  MUELLER &, HESSE,-   PROPS,  3VJCO"3TXIU, S. C. j  1 v,  I MOYIE  HOTEL    ,  TIIK-  1  Kl  Iiy.SAlI.NiKII      ISItOS.    !������!>��.  I.iir.^o   sample   1011111   in    conncclion  with hoiifc for covjnr.oycixl mcu. Beat  The secret   of   ^Ir.   Rpose-  veltA popularity and personal  magnetism is largely  due   lo  his   cosmopolitanism.     J{e   i8 j  .at home'in the jungles cf Af-j  rica   or   in   tlie  Avild:;   of   thej  Ko-ky nioutilaius, and v;i:;:0.s!  When the digcsslion is all right,  the action of tlio 'bowels ��� regnldr,  there .is a natural craving and relish for food. When this is hic-kinu  you may know that yovi need ������'.  doge of" Chamberlain's Sfcomacli  and Liver Tablet:?. They stt'ciitA  tlien tho digestive organ?, improve-  appetite and rfgr.late.tiii) boivfl.-;.  Sold ,by tlio ���Jloyic Urngptt .Stationery Co.  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Candy,      Fruit   and  Coul'ect.-.Onery.  TOYS,    NOTl'aXS    "l-yt'C.  South   Victoria   St.   '  ���  Plrwe evpliin  wllhj.ut lint!,?, onilRldon an my pin.  - haVC TCacl V-tO-WCai' CaUinhell's I  �� now I cin.qu.ilil) Inr   a   Ijr^oi   Mill) .mil silvinet. d -                                                     1"^           ���      |  ��   u.^nt  to thr-  nr.siti.'n l.-fnr.. .% M(:h   I   h^Vr I.Uikcrl. X.   * 1,1' ill -t 1 il  ������'""'    -'                .    . ^,.^���A-^i clothing, the   best, made   and I  ��� fitting clothing iii. Canada..-'.   -  t . '-"-'Undei-wear,  shirts, ; collars,'!  ��� ties, belts,  summer Aats  and  J'..nearly evcrytliing iu.. the  line  ��� of  furnishings   at   reasonable  . of aiconimoilnlion.  A'l Wriloi  Arch,   n'r.ilttoi-^i  Sl.tw.Car'l'Writo:  .   \Vi..i-|n-.v Trimmer  Stnictur.-il rJr.iJism;ia  Civil Scrvict:, Kx.irr.fi.  Cnntraclci- --V 1'iiiMcr  Or,��.i::/.:il',.il IK-slfcli-r  ' J i;r''in.in I'himl.'jr  ''.Mfich.-mioii] nn(;ii:..-.*r  Civil Knjrlnvcr  Mt-clir,nicnltJiMi'v:::'ir.  ii-K. CoiT'i'ruct'aEnj:-  r��trcnj:m Marli-jnlst  Suiv;-v-��r  ISIccttical Iir.i:iatci   ���  Niinin^- Iitij::necr  li!e-,:ricl;n  ���rti��mirit                       !    ,  Pnwij-SMtion SMjJt."  Jiool(kc��pfr              <;  " Artt.:t-:ct  Stirnti^riiphe*  a lfoui!']uiirtcrs  (or   Com-      .  mcrciitl nnd Mifinig Men.    ,  Qitkrn.s Avty     .  , ������'   MOYTE, B. C  | ^             1=>. K. JOHNSTON, Prop.  I This  hotel  is   new1 aud  well   furnished.   The  I tables arc.supplied with the best the market afloiri^.  | The bar is. filled with the   best  brands   of   liquor*  I and cigars.  I Headqaarters for  I COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  | MOYIE,  "    -        British Columbia  %9B*0~9���<***��**9*9��*099* ���������� B3C�� ��M����0 3 M*0 t��*W*����*  * prices.  <-  V   V   A   ->   ���  rct-v.c^**  THE WAIVE,  -a -/"'���''���    Tl'       1  ' NOW-.OPEN.  All our goods and vyork -gnnr-!  anlccri. Cleaning, pressing andj  repairing done. j  Prrwry laii.lili;  i-:i'..-, V  &    ���'  1\  s  Merchant Tailor  SEND YOU'It    WORK    TO   T1IK  KOOTENAY  :, STEAM .'  LAUNDRY.-  NELSON'  All White Labor. .  r I  Lriavo.v,-i...ik wiUi  tlie    loon]  afrcii'  A, B. STEV7/-.KT  OCT-3129.-I9IP  /FO SEE. THE FIFTH  INTERWAJIOHAL _  ;I>R^FARWaNG'.KXP.6SlTI^  a.  1    IN   3POI-CA.M E: THB SAM Ea VVEE^-  THE MILITARY INDIAN BATTLE MIGffT SHOW ������>���  "CHIEFJOSEPH *m the J3ATTLi-or  "���THECLEAITWATER"  :.-  A $ 20. OOO.OO RACE'PROGRAM  rEKULLO'S FM0US1TLWAN ��0 ^  $ 100.000.00 WALL BE SPENT FORTHIS FAIR A^D EVE  DEPARTMENT WILL EXCEL.        ^  REDUCED RAIIMSOr &&&���  5E.HD TO  R.H. COSOROVE.oli.CY FOR   PRIZE  INFORMATION.  USTi>  AND  �� T��" v.   i/'.'.I  ~- ����> =  1 ��       ' !     -    i    ��� .  n ^      ,        ���*���*���        -*"������_       .��   I.~  ��VI    "3  -  i  ' .'>,.   >:'���! \.  ���/-��� *-t.-  'i   I  C.j  w����  lie  A  ^v  ������      JL     ��>���  ., r  1   ]' '   l-��="  ��� V 1 111    g   I'i  By Luke Thrice  ��pyrleht. 1910. t)j tho New Vork Herald Co  All IlirfiU lln*nrf.)  t  1NNEY was braced In a corner of the smoking room againvt the .stately lurch niul toll  with which the liner greeted the quartering'  buffet of,,tho North Atlantic. The weather  had small favors for landsmen, but a dozen  Wet tbe more seasoned traveller? spraw led upon the ,.  fjca^her lounges or set wedged between chairs and  gtehles, rending or puttering wiUi checker boards.  Irinney himself was hunched over a red backed vol-  ]|ume from the ship's library, though it might jusl^as  i-well have been a cake of soap for all the information  Pit convoyed to him.  ''Diagonally  across   from  him,  in  another   o'f   tlio  [coveted corners, a heavy gray whiskered umu in an  'assertive suit of tweeds  wnsibusy with a little port-  | folio 'and n fountain pen.   Ills correspondence, appar-  l^ntly   made   large "demands   upon  him,   for  he   hart  p written nnd .scaled five letters during tlie hour,   Pinney  watched his every movement with the greatest particularity from under the low penk' of his Scotch cap.  t*   A lull young man with a long,'leathery face stepped.  Into the smoking room through the leeward door and  eniiivtered,   hands   In' pockets!  to  the  cracker  bowl.  Krom  there  he moved, by easy stages,  to a  table,  ,vhere he stood absorbed In the deliberate manoeuvres  of a pair of checker, players.    Ills- bark was turned  to the correspondent Iu  tweeds.    As he glanced upr  carelessly,he caiiglu Pinney'* eye and a^rapld'signal  -passed hetwpen them, ' "* - (  -. The.tull young man\vawni;d prodigiously, nought an  -empty chair not fur from tho man In lwecd;s nnd ordered^ brandy mid soda'from m mow aid who, was -  jigging deftly along the unsteady deck. Some minutes''  later the man in tweeds closed his portfolio; put away  bib 'fountain penA.ul. detaching himself ponderously  < from his eorow, liiinlii'icd slowlj across the room. He  held as straight a coui's'e as'the motion allowed him  ond thumped down tho coinpanlonway, looking neither  to right nor let. Pinney observed lilm narrowly until  he had made Mire thai the tweeds were safely on tho  .lower deck, then he snapped his book 'shaiply shut.  . Instslully the tall young man slid Into the vacated  iorncr and with one baud behind him begun to explore  the space where thQ"seat nnd, ihe back of the lounge  came togetheiA He was very ^nhit and very swift  %nfl'- none ' m��led<. Win. { Something ' white fluttered  briefly In his hand "ami the itfxt Infant he was serenely sipping his brandy and soda. Unit an-hour later  lie was silling lAsido Pinney on nMmnk In a'lower  stateroom,   w here ' both   liad   proceeded   by   devious  routes.  -You found It, ll.irtV" asked Phinc-y eagerly, after  carefully fastening the door ^ 1  -Just as you said,-' lolurncd the other- UK thin  face expressed none of the'Intel est with which Pinney  brimmed over, though he amis the younger man ond  the less eMKHtoiced In government sen ice. lie h.ul  -Jiecn taken on at Washington but a month before and  I'lnncy knew little of his lecoid. He had ihe Mdcc'ot  n ventriloquist, a possession that h.ul earned him a  livelihood at various limes under names that looked  better in purple t>i�� than Hint.  "What did It say?" Huney demanded.  j\l      \      [   i     ,    ill    in   (II.   I   VvJi   -'  HO     if    .1  I.   s   I  Win n I'.ii   1 i~l .iii'l'i i- .  .!' -  in..'  .', ' j  i11nil,i il (1   "i u,l'i ' n   '.i mm i . . 1     i   i1 i   n'.    .,, 'ns p.i--  l! hi   w t II   tin i\ n ���!      'i 'i     i   ii ii \      ' M    w i���   n ill ��� ni��  I  S. >\ e  r..r I'll- ,-i      l. ,:  p.>i is i l  I ic  . iIiihi1  I "i 11   11 .-i 'v  tnc it -i   ( f  l i.' ("(  i. ".'I" 1 n'l i:g -I ii v.u -.-        ." ...i i'  4.1 l]i.I ~ aid - lev. il,'-, ]   i ,-( i1   ii HI      4   !��� v,   - I.I. s  liu-'l  till-    -l(-(ll^f'     Wlll'l'Illl     '<���       still   Ig   l,.\    lllillll-'l     !'ie  piii|s 'i In- dnup nulll mini il .lie -i i-. lui-i.-iiid  Ill-'vU nbMll I'.si-, i�� iii \..'l(i| I li.ll Ik ur .-uil--  leilug "in K U(l n , ,!i ind i.nai s il.. i/> s de, Di'i i 'ng  m il JisU hiiig V <"  Sllt'dei'li ,'fu>rn .1 ii lie iv l., ti.HMj .i'i In'sl.-ps I lie  v.hislio iu.illi d on! -li.up Mid piocl-e..' II'if ii'il  taken on" slop' .'I when lie if was i- quick m iu I'll ii Iv of linn. a -i-ilili.ii. on I'll' di./ .1.1 M/ine t'.i-  li'f l    lllllihd   'l-.lj. >t   111,    Ii   's     .-lll-.lo-l    ||ilol\I<i^   111 'l  fn,iii hi-. 1,11 "i <���.  ' ]( . (intlrimd .ill .n il 'i ��� ii i-.ii.iw 1  ill   pursuit.       -V ���>   ]'i>   ( in",''   npi'd-l'i-   i' ili�� >! \   'l^lil.  1  pis-,i}'(>  he  giiiiK*]   i-i.     lie  V.IU-.1I!   -i  },li,ir1-.c  '.f  .i  <lilnlJl^  ��o\. iM'd  li^iiii- bi-'lding hi i  .i  -im ill .mill'i  a  dot.',   lie   lll'Hj_;it '   Wlie"   lie   J-..-ii!'pc:   !:.-.  l .-Il   :>   'I  'li  tin n< d   ImJv   Iii"  l'.}-ui  s.i^cw.iv.  win  li  llll,v;ill   !.,(  omjitj- i iii"   i' i i   Ihi'.ii'-Mi   i"  Cuuid  s o ;. illi.i u  ii-  i in1 dii' i'i   -  OI-ijij'.iii il.    Tin    p.i-  'de /if ,i |,ulivl:i,.(!,  v i ���  '"le   oppo-ivi'   .s.i!e(   but  lin" together    Thej-ic sure to be held up at the pier    '-'it was a remarkable face, smooth'- and rounded as     p.i-sing  Uic   smoking   room, door   wh.-n  ..Vd^d,' at the game. *T���ey won't try to get a    a young girl', and ^rfcTV.th the rich, d.,rk .blood _  ^^^^^ol^^Z^'  ing throuvli*her cpilck black e.\e.-..Ptudjlng Jier w-ith  the delicate iev.epllvcness to poisonnllty which wins  'toothpick  thiough, of' course.   .Their p.irtner is this of some   Latin  or Rl.n ic,  rM-c ,  Rm  what  h'ld   im-  inau   Andrews,   for  wlio'ii   Ai-com  wrote  the   note, preyed him  most was H.s lively,intelligence, speak  lie's tlie lad who will'handle the slu.T"'  "Then they think we're not on to liiin?;  "Of com so not.  UN uit is 'to Keep away. IT Is cabin almost like n <d\th sense, with him. he had gained tho  N iu nnother jiait of the" vessel, he do'csii t sit near coin lciion  that Ac was neither tjin ordinary woman  them In the saloon, and here lie's warned not to ���hang ' nor an ordinary  lawbre.iknr.    He had  felt   U.it hci"]  around   Kinni.i  so��  niucli,'   for   fear   well   spot   hun., continued j.ik-co<s��� wliilu known to e\ ery liilernaUoii.il  Meanwhile   he's   the   dark   horse   that   cauics   Hip opera tho  in  the senke, was not the result of won-  Hioney."   <                           '           ' Oerful   hick., as   Pinney   had ' liiforined  Jilin.   but   of  Hint sat a moment in thousht.  ,"Ilnw 'did >ou first consummate skill In her game. Mle had told hiiiksolf  901110 to notice AiuliewsV"-he asked. that the way of this smuggler was not left to ehan.-e.  ���    '-Luckiest thing In the wm hi." answered lMnney. "I One thi:>g  more  he  had  learned   fioin  lier   before  The G il ar.d the C^ir.era.    ,  I'ii'ney s- i  ( 1 jse be1, hie i he- ( umihiis ,t iii, i r <ou,i: r  up the hi}  (hi' foil n\ .i-'^: afli ri.iH m, ai,.l s.iw  l'1-.ri-in  Al'dlCV.s   ;md    111" ���Hn!,l III    iviill   I III'   LI II I.   (')h'   III li.��'  thell'dt' I ii'ilion-i tb\l   tiu'v (-.irii.'d  i.iillinig t'lili in! -.  lie   \\-.iS   willini;   lo   U>l!i < ���> ���liu'iu      .lii'-l   liel'.ie   i!m-  steaiiiei   was hmv.iI b.\   piilm-i: ln-_'s m,iy be:  iilev h.*  saw   Audieivs hurl'/ up to th" I'e.ilis .,ii!, cur.Mii>.'  i  c.iinei.i  ,     ".My di'.ii*, Ix'tM it !-." sa.d   \iiii,iews.    -I'iii s-i soirr  (I (Oiildn't !i\ it hi I'l.ie'so tli.it j on nmhl i.il,u .1 ph'^lli.-  of our 1'iudin;, " ' ^ i A  l'iniic.  :n Miiud,. calli d  II.ivs liiteuiiiSu to Hie iui I- '  / . i  i^i nt a-  i sin ond witiii-s    i"1l look up a poshlon iii-ir  the gul,.whi'-h he meant to hold unlil the proper lime-  to seize  the ��. u.H'1'.i.     Hut  waited  Ci,i   ihe   woiutii,  Hinni.i. .  lfo - iw her iiiiml t\w biistle and hum  of ihe 1,-c  feu (liiuiiiii-s belme il.e cangw.i.is v.eie inn out.    Slie  ^U���pp(,d   from   liyr d'-ck   c.ibin.   i,it!ii>if   ,u d' smilinjr,  <  i i o . ��  iliessijl  iii c\fell.'iil  I.isle.    ^Iie  \-,,is i l.isely ailended  In Has. o n ,md by a utile I'll iu h m.'ld.    She v. a-, alio-  .       <     i  gel her charnun--;, lnM 11.u i had no eves foi her l.enuty.  His atteulion (culud upon a tlojr which' the maid 'was  leading in hush. 11 was a In mm jioidh. clipped .Hill  jiiooiiiiil, wnll tlie absiud tul'ls ami slumps s(, cue-  lull^ Undid In f.iiuUis of ihe bleed The le.ish was  f.isiciKil to ii liiud-ome leuher (ollir studded with  biass.  Harr was"-one of the filsl dlUv n the- gangway.    He  liasscd   dow n   the  pier  (o  the  sireel   ami  engaged   ;i  i .  ��� ���t.iMiiib  standing (li -f   lo   the  enhance.     1'ioin   hU  post of observ .i(km he <<iuld watth all  who passed In  i.i tt ,  .���mil-out  of  the, pler'-s.lud   Ihrvuigh  Ihe  press  of. iin-  portuniite cabmen and baggage agents  i -\Vlion tin  hist passein-ois, began, to siiajrtde out he  almost    \i,b on the nleit, si,inning each figuic about the shed  ��� i       ,  "Come    and listening, listening fir wli-it he was eel lain must  1 '  conio.    Then, fatullv, from within Hie pier, h(- lic.uil  > K I i o  ,1  'low,        wilisjieieo     LUC    IMllVI     U-^v. U'. Vli.l . ..v..... .        -..,,,,    ......,.,,    .......     ...v.    i-.v.,    ... ��� ..v >, >..  Down -In  their  stateroom  1'limey  spread  out rthe'Ahe shiill npple of m lis     Up jumped up and  Hung  'copies   ot'oflhe   lii'ten-eptod , eorres'pondeiK-e    cpi ' ihe    wide   the  door  of  the   la,\k.il).    An  instant  lalei   a.  liutik.    "I've got   em,"'he eriid.    '"I hold u full haiul.    brown poodle dai.Kd nut oL life shed, dodging among  J list  read''he  series'and  I'll  tell  jou  the lest.    Oil,,   the'jam ol  men and vehicles.  .... ( } .....      ..,.......,,. i. .,.?.......        .(hojiinaiks, u> Uy tint Uiol  The aiiswn- left by Aildiews to the first comniunl  ca'ion   was as   follows.��� -    -  "doing 0.  K.    Il.ive f( und the right one."  11 iscom��li.i(l  wiitteir ���  "AVIucli ifiiiK'i.i  will .-vi^i  want?"  .\iul  Ai.drews  had   replied,���  "Tho  lamest   folding " ���,  II ut ii-.iil ihem "\er and looked up .U nunc/.  /���Well''" he iiskid.  Tlio animal paused i'i ihe du\ev\ n -i moni"i!t, con-  r si     . ..  fused bv the tin moil Thou ihe wliNtle sounded  uga'iii, this time fnmi tlio'middle of (he sfu-ct. IT.ut  s.iw- who had i,iven it a -slight man m a < hocked suit,  who was ho!(iIi|g( in his baud to the dug. Tho pm die  he.-uil and Jumped iii.lko dneclioli of the sound As  he d.ishid by H.ul' gave tlie whisile himself.  'i h'^ dug stopped shm I ai'd w lib I'd. If.ut lejieated  the (.all, < lev ei Iv. insist en 11 v. The por die I'.-unrhl sigjit  of him and siai ti d I or w aid     The in in in the ( heclve<l  ���Whv    tli:il'  she  suipi-isod   lMimey-s   signal   and   rccoisni/od   llait     imiiiiov.  wllh  a   smile  of  s.itislacti'in.    "'I hov "n  for nn enemy.    lAialnu back' among her cushions and    Ing lo try l�� l��m  the stuft  through In n      i, ��� ,  pretty   clear,     Nn't    If"   jinswored    suit whisiled .main, bni  II.ut held llie door open and  don't know him, never saw- him befoie.    Hut I got a  Hash of him in the Cecil the night before we left.   He  was in the bar, nose lo nose with Bjscoiu."  "And this plan they speak of.'" (  "I-e.no that to me," said lMnney, impoilantly.    "Ii  "What d.d Itsiiyr' nnneydemaiuieo. there N any scheme foi  getting ti���ough that I don,    ;-'^^  Hart took out paper and pencil. . "I had to memorize     know about or can't dNeo. er I'll go back to stamping . ^ ^p'of tnpU)(lj   ., li]ipl(: o�� I1I)U.S ,|ut mted w lib  ' It at one rending.   I may not have it exnctlj, but this     coppers In the Mini.   All xoifvo got to do N io keep an  Is the purport." He scrawled a moment, (hen held out    oyc on this pi hate lotlcr bo.v auangoment and I'll at-  the paper to rinney. who read ns follows:��� lend to the plan "   ,  "Don't   hang  around   Emma   so   mur'lt     Tlicic   Is rinnc.v was In Ihe sinoking^'i-ooni again after dinner  /mother besides Pinney on the Job. a new man.    Ho     when   (he   card   plajers  gathered   tor   their   zoning  goes by the name of Hart.   Ills chair is the thiid aft   bouts     The muIous  g.oups gi.nll.iicd   nalurallv   to  camel.  goes bv the name ol nan.    ins <-n...i -s v..^.      ���v.���.             ��,.��� u n.v- ...w. . ���,  from hers on the deck,' and It's a wonder if he hasn't     their usual tables, :u,d ,��� tho corner w ucic Il.ul had, th0 ���,lUi Mnoking swill  . ..       .....        _ .... n.     . .^ i  i.i + i,, ���,.,, v.iiii ii  ,11.1^,1     -fi .im  snniew liel e lielow  watching the fii'.t da.v promenade of the passengers  with a smile of amusement, she had puckered her  small, rod lips and whistled n phrase of music uildor  lug w.sp of molodj. a ii]>ph: of notes that litted with  nothlnu ho knew, but stiaugeb fascinating. IIo had  repeated it from time to time when alone, end he had  since had cause io leniomber it.  The> liad lJft Soutluminon of a> Thin-srlay. On  Siituirtay nigh', following the dlsmvery of the .smoking rooiii post ofl.ee, Hart had wandered foi waul to  watch \he incessant raging of the bow  wave against  Ihe  minora.  goof  but  Course,   nolle   ol   them   is   to   e.irr.v  I've  lust  dlsunored   who   w ill "  "How ���'���'  "We  found   tho last   of  those  messages yosteulav  I had been Looping irii'L of Andrews pretty well, and  the .-1111.11.11 le.mi d> ius.de. II tit sl.uiiu'od Ihe doi>r,  gave a ippck oidir to Ihe i haulTeiir and the laxicali  svvopl out of thr (iiisii ,umI awa\ from the water  tniiii, h iv ing the man m Ihe ihecLnl suit white ami  disti u'tid.  In tin- me uivv lule Tinnoi's -( heme was coingdelight-  fullv     IliiMimi   uul tho  woman   n d  Aid cws. m  an-  potlced  you  alieady.    Lot  me  know  how_the_plaii  goeS."  i     '       Trouble  in  Sight.  '   rinney  frowned  and denied   his throat.    "II���m.  This Is bad, 'Hart���bad.    How did you come to l"t  them spot you so easilj ?    I don't like to discourage  you, old man, hut you'll learn io be more careful in  dealing   with   the^e   Cases.     This   may   make   us   tlm  deuce of a /ot of trouble."  ."I had ihe whole of the first day near the wonirtn  before   any   of   them   noticed   me,"   i ont mod   Hunt  ea)mly.  /���Well, what good did lhat doV" asked  Plimoy Un-  patiently,   "Thoj know jounow.  You ni.^i. I.r.v,  l;s.'!;  damned careless." .  "Thoy got the tip ft.mi y-'"-'" ��M>I'��'J "�����"'��� ��lll,",,t  raising his ^Ice or showing the lo isi mji of nim->>-  n nee.  '7Io?   How thiough me?"  '-The woman Hinina is piolly w No    Sho know .vou  Of couise.    You passed me a Hash n* 3 on wont  b.p If  you remember, the fust afternoon,   fhe oaiinhi It. '  "She know mo?   H"W did >oii Und that mil '"  "You told me that .\mi have w.ui In d Iwi belore"  "Two years ago     1 li id a mustache Hum '  "You need'something more than a sh.u e t�� dNguNo  yourself from u woman  _       __  As he lea'iod over tho rail  found tho letter n jolh, lound little man with a moon    fioin somowliolo below   lum he had caughl  the faint  .    ,.       ,    a       ,,     'i liie-ilhlti"  of a  whistle, low   and clear, and  the noio->  face was counting out piles of chips befoie the stow-    i"<-��nnn- oi  aril  had come In to  icopen  Hie Inr     IMnncy simplv  noted he was thcie and passed out'.ig.iin     The jollv  were those of the same fiagincntary tune  Peihaps he might not havo noticed partlcuhuly  sa\e for tlio fact Hi.it the nnnow proineii'ide of tho  card player was Uidtews, and rimicv did not mean main deck below hlin ran past the ports of the dining  to alarm him m.uecessanly.    it the.c was one thing    saloon and was never used b>   the liist class passon-  ' ._.(.,<,.    forward and afl  it led  to the  foiocustle and  upon which  ho counted  it  was the continued use of    ^^      ]Ull   ^   whMl���   ,Md   sollIldort   frolll   t|llt  deck.    11 ore was a nijsiciy directly.    The one person  A  11.Ul   cieeii ui-i'i'in^  i.  " '. '"   .......v -,      !-��� . . -.    when I i.i'u- siiw  ihe la.,   I had all the threads in my other put of the shed, submittid with good giaco to  hand.    Afternoons, In tlie i.ui-Ic room, he"s boon in ik- the o\aminalii n ol 1'ieii oflocls.    i'miiov hid dot illod  ing ill) to Ihe (hlldion   I was suspicious of tint. Aftoi two < tistoiiis oi'ueis to soo tint none of thc'thiee loft  a while I  iii.thod  bo  was pailnul.uly  iriondl.i   Willi tho pier     1U- k-ju close !-. the litllo Bonus ..ul     The  v t)K. utile Iii'inis uh!. unexplained   ibsem e of Unit annovod him nol a litHo.  "Half an lv-.ui ago Andrews -tvas walking tho clei k for ho h id hop.d tint tho \oung man might be present  wllh her    Slio hid her cunor.i. a pivtontious folding m  the doiiouoment to profit theiebv  .-in-air.    Aiidiows was helping her take simps.     Vfter a        When, as he judged,  the  per moment  hid come  while somelliiiig ponied lo bo wrong with the ..uno:.i he led AH   li.-mN to one side, ic-vo.ilod his Identity and  and  tlii-vs.ii   down  while  Andiews tinkered  with  it. c uilhiod iho smuggling plot of �� li.eh his d inghlor was  liKkllv'thei   stopped just ouislde Iho smoking loom the   iiiivvllllng  aaom.     .Mr    UemN   was   piopoily   m-  1  -ot 'msido and could  lu-ai   thoni  lluui.gh  the open consul, took Iho cameia f.oni lus daughior and turned  poll  the leather lounge post ofiu e.  Unit found himself, ollu ial!.\   ^\n!i a gieat deal of    ll0   coui([  time  to siiare dining  the next  two dajs, a state of    Hmnia. and  wh-u should ih.ir  dam  ���Tlio shut! or seems to he nut of Older/ Audi cws  w ,|s s.l.V ing  "'l>o jou think vou can  fi\ It V*   the gill asked, in  bines of dislioss.  I     "'Of  coiuse   I   can,'    said  Andrews,   with   his  hlu.  joll.v  laugh    'IVni'i you leinembor 1 told you I could  ^ i do aii\lhi>u,y    l'.ut   I'll   have to take u  (o  my eal'iin  ,    .    & Leave  iL wllh   me and  voii'li  havo  it  link  sound   In  air of tho x  our daughter to tc-stitv, in all like-  afl'nli's whkh ho incepted with his cusiomaij 1m-  p.lsshouoss. rmnoj-'s toi'dotioj tu patioiu/o 'i.-u ..nd  to niako him feel his link of ox; ohohoo i.i ruiiimi-,  clown jewel sinii^gloi-s netted bun not at all He was  n joung man ol smgnlai lonliol, not oulv own cx-  piession and mil -c h-s but over his own quiet nlidoi-  ojibv   of Ilio,  Off ITci Guaid.  ;^o far ns I'iiuioi w.i. willing lo well, with him  nnd admit him to ihe i .nn.'.iigii he sr.n o l'liincv tiu  benollt of his dlsiov ( - !es and aw idols W piiaeiu  l'miioy had t ikt u II tlie i. ponsjhPil.v i.;i"n liN own  nhouhkrs     il tu till  .hi'  h" w i- tlio.ob.v   lollovul of  presenting   !iN   own   t'  s   to   I'.u'i^.   thoui-h   1"'  hid no iniei.t'.m .1 \ ' !'��� 1'^' - ''-''�� l ' ( >-t' l:i 'l  .ifti i noon  In- i ins i. kxl  t'i.- i�� -I  nihil    I'd ,.n. h.s  like that.   She-knew you,  .I'd    companion   Hi  left   ilu-W  by  '.ai;(  i.:n   for.  Sociot  Service  bo doing la  tl  tho lesse!   whoio nniie fioi'i tlie cabin ever i oiiturodv  Ir was n small inane, but It had ntli.i tod libn.  Tho woman bad undo a strong hnpiesston upon hi'n  mid this llltlo i.'g of an im idenl o.innctid wish hot  assumed weight '1 ho lo1! >w mg ov, in tj. lie hoi linn  in tho s.uno ppi�� o .it tin same tune ^g.-ui. hi li.ul  lio-nd Ihe whistle ivvi ���< lepoat. d He li id ImtnetJ  aft to tho laddei loidr-g down fioni Iho piomon.ulo  dei k lo iho mam doi k ..ed had p'Ktil along the n.u-  iow vva\ pisl i'io glowing polls of th" - ihion. And  ho hid' found��� niiili1."- t>n Mond-iv n-lit lie hi.',  iisloiud o.u'o nio-e I'no' mole ho hid In aid tno  whistle and had m.ii.IihI the disks In vain  Il vv is Tutsdn '1 Ik vessel v Is due 11 New ^loik  ���\\ i ill is,l i\ ittei'ioou Ail nioi ung Hi.i wiis-,(.  w ilh lus luili n.vstn.v.i d undo no ],.��� ulw iv v.,t'i|-  Ho mold I.. I sink. ��� Tl H, I. ( Log .'i H II u I - sig.im  c-ni When he ti!i d to a- ilv-' hi'loi'i'i. h. . oi> .1  urn i .'1 1< uiv upi 'i Id- 1'is'i ii im . ' net lb 'i a ul it _  coiineelod with Kijuiia cotild fail to'.hiive slgnllii-anco.  ,     , ,, , t wind and limb holme wo mike tho dos k  worh.mav section of   >. ���   , ,    ,  Vj     "Sho coii-oiitid and oil  he miiitiod.  It's ]iol foi tl\  plai.i Hoi' switili hU duuimv t.nnoi.i mi hoi ju^l  bolore we 'mil with tin- stun s.ifo inside Xo .us  ti.'iis olio 11 .ilivi would think or so lulling the little  maid foi s,ni!j;_hd j( \n's (hue oil ih, pioi .\udiows  plans to ci.v il mNi.iko, toll lioi lie u.w o her his o.imoia  insi. id "f lioi mill l'lob.ibh ho im i.il (.< to'low (he  Ih i,us fumi.i sti light to tin ii 'i.-u I in thai puriioso  Sleiplo, Isn't  it ���"  ilul < on-ide:'! d Iho OiMioi In -lloni e Po. sii'l It  ., ..in io voo th it iMis is .ill n mile obvious'-" he asked,  \. i:h soiiii  th sii.uion  "Cl.iiii's ' oi' d Pinn-"- ii'i'lii" li'tiy "Well I  shmi'd - i. nut It's one of ��� he In st pi uni"d n o\ f- I -v o  , ,, ,,. , , .ess in a loii_ tin." 1 noks ii. to vou iui  \i ips U u v In i lllsi m u h 11 i ii'i im e i iv I Ihe w nk  \L���i , i.i , , miu viiiu-i 'i fo'ti'ii lie Ih 'f Mm.- His* e\| o 1  nn ���' i'i II i- Imo h 's niMilv i d s-n h . Iom ��� people ind  I. is li mi sii. n s'i  i es,ml ii siilis  '  il o\ ov lo i'mnej  ' We shnll w.ml '  Idioud '   s ud l'mi'i ;  "01 iiiiiiM-. sir, sud l'l'inis. "Sho shall do wliat sl.o  (.iu In aiding the ni'ivn lion ot siuh seoundieU. it is  nn oil!rage to use mv lillle gill so It was Andiows,  vou s i\ v Most lemarkablo. Such a ioii.ll follow.  "Maj   I sic tho end or ihisV"  ���Coil mill " slid l'lanei. "Ju-t step p.to the of-  |-ri. luio with me I s'nll open this e.unoi.i liuniodl-  .ileli."  Inside the cus'.inns otbeos 'it tho -nlo of Iho pier  l'imtei in g/i'i wii'v. on 'lie oanicii Ho found it  gmuiiiio to all outu nd se. i-ii,-ig TMi n Me dot ���'hid  the link inside w is ��� us, d cuiiidgo loll '"Vh.  iloio wo ai- " he .'nil .mkI 'i^.n io Mi.'i oil l'<  pupil Noihiii- levv.ui'iil liii.i but Ihe -.llou l'l'ii 1 '.  il ilio (lid Un i.e. .1 o spool He e\ imi led I lie a1'  oil in all lis i ,i|s .nil the else as will Slill n .  jew i N  -rhis  is nmiik'bl'  '  sod   IMmiev    iiest,"."i,i  ���   1    l.OUI.l    (O   t'   Mi!v   SO '     s 11(1   J|l      i"      nis    ,'    -  1 till    PrillOV     W  Is   l'oi    ll   idv     In   -   v.     o ''  old' l s   I li u   tl o   vv on iii    ud   '! o   ' iv i  ihoii iiiM'v    so i'i In d      -    i   h"   '   i is  'i i  tho'i   .. i-s !-������   I s.      i l'   i  'lie   i i   i1'.".  it'.j!.'?  Mi  im  ���'f nil  ml  n :;i 1  'i  ,/f  M. I   . .1 -.-   1  ii i r ,i ii M i iii1 ���  I' I ' s   W > 1 . ���     t   I ',  i"  J  s( ,  1  v|  ?'  I  I .  IIarl   ro.iii-e.-l  olH  pw-enr to.lt.    And  doesn't  the. message  hen  hoar.' it  Andrews  i.H-   b  Andrews   for   T'.asc-oni.  ���Apparently    ITorewns a distinctive whislh;  a slgn.'.l.' a hall, yIvei  Afti.-r all. .I'iiuioi  out?:  "Yes, of course It deles," said Pinney, i  :ither hastily.  "Of course, this shows Hint they i  mist all know mo.  Well, we lose.a trick Ihron  -h (heir discovery <>  f you.  IMckett's idea ii. iniUiiig-new inoii i  .11  the job W  lis to  that was  tlm exlom  ijfhis  ii^ofiil.'ai  ment.    In fact, he was: very much'  ..During  Hart's  fi.-w-'-linur's. of unsiispoi  tloll  during, the dirs!   day  out  from  Soii'lhanip  had taken a keen interest In the. vvoiimi  same  elrd  obsorva-  ton   he  hit the  moral)  moment  later.  ii our e-  aeh night mi an  of a  band of s-ns'ug;  empty i  ii-. liisap  look -bv a  phi.  ���(!    siioli  In hind his mask 1.1 jes. m.  li!iil.--,li:i'rgo ot' the oiAS... and if Piinio.v  o,  upon    hisa suggestions   h.  Ola  e   '. 'ol  Pliuioy .^lai!  i  1  .1 :it li  i-H.  mil  niii  "Well,'havo you, i'ouinl Hi.  would, ..imi   hit rude   t bom.  To   him   all   this   tail:   of  '���an  .1 Pi-.uv  The  mivi'i-i'  would  sui'elv'bear  look  ing  into  lo and. he. had,'but "no more��� night.  the band,  "S'm  Ha  1     MS  1 dm  iiteer lhat thoy  strengthen our hands,   Now, \v  "Doesn't it strike you as cptpi'  Up this bluff of being strangersV" a  "tfo.'-not at all.    Kusc-oin and I be  liiit'aliinit this noto'!  Kmma.  3he snt but  a  few  'foot removed  from  him  Tl  !ie day  w  Reading the Marks. ;  vas clear and  warm,  the sea  had  fallen  switching cn.nioras" rang hollow,  that the! wimi.-iu : with -tIn; won  ciiui;h:  so ri'i-idliy or' woiild  l:  He did   n..t 1"  doi'fiil   e-ve  ."Ni  lliu'-t  sloopi d  i-a;  :d d.-ra.  d   Hi-  aid- li.  ing it over a  -.table ii  I'tvl  I   hois  If. to any  ���'mid  ���d'   l hill-  llw  i nude  . h.illow.  bill  Wide   npoii  scheme.    I-'orlul!oil's   oifeums.'-iiiic.e   played     luriLoil il up il  douli  li.'dfu! of diamonds potirot  lrgo'a p:irt  in  Piiuioy's plot.   He had' been'lucky .. {.littering, gorgeous sir.���.���an upon  should keep  sked Hiii-t.  on  ihe dock  the corner o  d he  bad   wnu-i'ii'd  her  face  an  f his magazine.in sly gh  around  find   tlid . least   soiiwbrthy    had   dragged   Ihonisolvo-  li  enouuh lo'si'i  ihe I--il.lt  Andvews in tie- ('evil: he had'boon  f.'I'  ll p   Into  tho  sunslilne.    All.  ports  vide   to   tlie   . tuna  toa-noii-h in liiioarlh the post oilico; Andre  had  '���lei   iii'..-  it:  slopping  "     And  while she  eel   salt air.    Children raced Iranipliiig .and. shou  jiis-i b.-ippen  ���il tu sit ir.ider an o| lai court while lalking.   whistle t'ho Mi-own  d  i:  ti  ���ih  woman a  re travel-    was o  .ft' her guard.  lag about the docks.  Shortly  after  liboii  Hart  was  Willi   lilt  I'eliii  Of  'innoy in hi  ^���rcaior  Hi,  n  VI  i Hi  &^msheSZ,W^^ THE LEADER, MOYIE, BJIITISII COLVMlilA.  ti  ��� ��� t  tx'-A  t,  f  ���H  '. iu,  "I  'U  Hi',  |S- Air.'  ������.-;&?  .IV  "i *>&   'v. '  ���-�������  .        ',  *-K��   ���-  I. m -V t ' (  "r"1 iiir r ���  ,v��<C  '   '.  2R-  "���f-fs .    ���-  *-* ���- * -  '&:  ;i  1SS51"  i'* \  ���ti  P'fr  li"  ^  "  'i  ' tt  ?;  ^vwv*. y>*^s'vw��A*w*��vwvv^^  **   Non=Personal  Liability  Registered Office:  MOYIE, B. C.  Second  Annua {Directors' Report  .   June 7th, 1310  ' ^'orfUSS ^."i^V^.TiVM ,^ ,��?* ��'  'J��"on��,cnt  !;r-L-oMtlt>i:a.li,,'-',"'M?CL.0.Ut0Ck  InUbt h0,diM.osevl of.'or'u loau  Organized under the laws of British Columbia June 1*. 190S, and specially limited' under Section  56 of tlie Company's.Act, 1S97. Authorised capital $1,000,000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of the  par value of $1.00 each.    Fully paid a*nd non-assessable.    515,021"shares remain in t'he treasPry -  *****,  Resolution  M  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  G. C. Farrell '.�����,-��"'. ' _/  J.  P. Farrell - _. ;.  _' l ' (l ' \ li   ; f ' ' '  D. A. Ayres        ;  i        i     " { '  Philip Gonrad  F. J. Smyth  President  1 Secretary  Vice-President  m  HARES  - '        The directors .adopted the fa W  " resolution on June 22nd, 19] q. "*  ���    On account of Ihe e*istill& j  ness and the plan of devcl9pnicm,0pu).'  a raise from the lower working coI1W;'<  -with the Whize on the upperi6ve]) therd^  ��� facilitating the mine ventilation ^ k  velop the intervening St011i1cI; it'is W^  , 'ordered   that'50,000 shares of tieas4  ''  stock be ofTercd-to'sharehoiilei-sai tifeV  andahalf(l2l-2)"ceuts'persl,a;e;^  cations for said stock 'to be on fyle i��� \hi  .'office of the" company'v/JU^ lo dnvsV  , ate. ,..     ���  *,,  FERE  Vancouver's Big'Jewellery:    Mail. Order   % This Delay?  . i 0 ' ���   -       ^'��    .       ,  ������ .    . ; . .     .'        'a     '  p     House Offers a Word in Season  Several months ago  the Dominion government gave a grant of  $50,000 to .carry" on" experiments  ,    Swift winged lime is bringing- the  fall   weddino-  season  on iinc oi't in fchia Provi��ce.  The  near, a time ^ it means mLiVyon to   ^h^ J^^E ^�����  procure suitable bridal gtfts. ,        ��� '.'        However, so far nothing has bet  Our large illustrated catalogue contains   illustrations " of P"? "* thepeoPleareanxi����sIy  scores of suitable .lines..       Write for it at once, get in touch ' * '       �� '  with us, save,money and secure the verv  finest   and  newest  ��� gfoods.    All orders sent prepaid,'and money refunded   if   not  entirely satisfactory. ' A  METAL'  MARKET/  't   ' - L    '     '' :        T~^* ,'' j IF I  New York���iiar silver,' 53 cts.'  .Lead' $i.50. '���     A   <���    .'-  ���  ix^DON-^Leaclj ��12,   -lOa-   >   -  1 Stock Quotations*".  KURNisiiKD Bv,IJi;ALK.t"VKMVKM,.  Aurora  Cou'tiliilntod Smelters  Can. GoWficlil.s '  No.-th_.Star  Society Girl  Bid,        A&L-ctl  2.',  ''1-00 72.00  I.  XC     ,  10  Henry Birks & Sons,  Limited.  Jcwelcry mail order-house Geo. E.' Trorey, Man.- Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  BUSINESS < LOC& LS.  Cranbrook Appointees  .. At the meeting of the provincial executive held at Victoria on  August 10th among the appointments ratified were those of Geo.  W. F. Carter as district registrar  of the supreme court and registrar  of the county court at Craubrook,  Clothers McClellaa as clerk in the  government oflije nt Craubrook,  and Xoel Wallinger of. Cianbrook  as mining recorder for Fort  Steele mining district.  At the Churches.  METIIOniST    CHURCH  Morning service at 11 a. m. Sunday School, !J p. m. Evening ser  vice, 7:30 p. nA A hearty welcome  extended   to all.  IU2V. S. COOK,   ���  (Pastor)  Down From Fairbanks  "Wm. .Miller, who iias spent the  last three or four years in Fairbanks, Alaski, ww in J.loyio for a  few days this, week meeting his  numerous old friends. Mr. Miller  is a cook by trade and worked for  along time at the Moyie hotel.  He   Iris   been  in- tlie  restaur  rm;i>n\ m:iiian   church.  Morning Service 11  a.   m.  Sunday school and Bible class   at    10  la. in.    Evening Service at  7:.'J0   p.  A hearty welcome to all.  HEV. G. A.  HACKNFY, 15. A.  /r>. -.      \  - "Miss L. U. Scott, trained nurse  of-Rath well Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready lor engagements of any  kind. Alaternity a specialty.  Moyie.  Singer Sewing Machines cost  very little more than cheap machines. Do the best work and  last a life time, Sold on small  monthly payments-'by Geo. B.  I Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie on  10th of each month.'  FOR SALE-Four room house  and shack with lot; both furnished, $ 150. Apply, T. Summers,  Cigar Store.  IF IT'S JOB  PRINTING  The  Moyie ."'  Leader  CAN DO IT '  Dr. H.E.   HALL  I        1 �� v. x\  . ,;,-     -DENTIST  ,,'������  The1 Expert Crown  and  Bridge  . Worker.  Office over'Mr. Short's ���.  Wall'     Paper    , Slorc  Armstrong.Ave.,        Cranbrook'  h  'is  1 A J       I  .   |.     v  INTERNATIONAL  $>  a  9  unT'c'r :    $\ 'v   July and August are, the two moSJ  *xvxiii.�� i     j^- dangerous months of the year:  This hotel is    now under new j/Jv '       '  management, and is first class f   '^  in every respect'  J TAYLOR &   BONNER,''^  Victoria Street."  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  ���ft'OYFE  /in  business   at   Aui-banl�� ~imd '"wi ^T    ^ 3mS   D6Ver   bee?  kuown  done well: !to AM'-" lb is.equally valuable for  ���-"-���-..-, ���i___  ' | children and[adults, and when re-  ���^ .��.,-��-'nua take  a  bottleTf I ^/^ water f "^ sweetened,  Chamberlain's Colic,' Cholera 15 '   '^ n "V^^'   ^ by'th��  Dian-hoea Kemedywith v^Mvhen        ^ P���g & Sfcatio��e^ Co-:  jtarting on your trip this summer. ( ~ : --^=-=  tte^'S ^menrf   ��ci ^ '     *he Roynl'seal   cigar!   has been  ��* water and dim-up often       *     I �� snlok'"g   public   for a  rodden attacks of diAiho*. C"S��|-do!{en >'ears. pic is made in Nelson  ioU bebt.to'te !���.(,,,���.���, ���aud-ji��d    can ��� be    bought   in   nearly  .''������'      j every mountaia town.  Uclta Fraction Mineral Claim, siLtmtctl  in the l-ort Steele Mining Uivisio,. of  J-.ast Kootenay District.  Where located: On the Kast side of  I.ow'or .Movie Lake.  TAKB XOT1CH, that   I,   Sclwvn   C   ,  IHnylocfc, 1'. M. C. Xo.   1124036.  "acting j  'as A^ent for the Consolidated Mining ^  vSmelting Co., of Canada, Limited, 1'ree  Miners Certificate No.    1124042,    intend.  Dysentery is  ri  dangerous dis-[,six(V ^ [ro,"^ht"f,ate 1'creof, to app^'  ease but can be cured.   Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy   has    been     successfully  used in nine epidemics  of dysen-   --   "v-.v.".,  iu <i]ipiy  tn tlie Mining Recorder for Certificate  of Jinprovcnicnt for the purpose of obtaining Crov.n Grant of the above  claim.   ...a-'.-  And further take   notice  that action  under .Section 37, i���ust   be   commenced  before the issuance   of   such   Certificate  of Improvement. ���  Dated this 1st d.pv of August,   A     D  1910,       ��� p ..'  In buying a cough medicine,  don't be afraid to got' Ohamber-  laia's Cough Remedy. Tliere is  no danger from it, and relief,, is  sure to follow. 'Especially Recommended for coughs colills and  whooping cough. i-\n. .s.:Ue jjy the  Moyie Driv^ &. Stationery Co.  This paper is in a position  to supply ydu   with' anything  you may require in office   stationery;    private     stationery j  dance prog-rams, menus,   clod-!  gers, posters, stock certificates,  receipt'books,   shipping   tags  and in "fact anything you need  in this line.        And the price  will be satisfactory.  MISS HELENA HARRISON  Certificated Graduate of Toronto'Conservatory  of Music  P. 0. Box 127  -   Cranbrook, B. C.  Will be in Moyie every Thu.sday.  Protect  f YOUR PROPER^  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such  as  Louse |/J\  fatting,,   )ampS|  shades  or  motor  boat supplies,  Spai-k  plugs,   coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J-  H. RINGROSE      \/$  Stanley St. NELSON  A\ -     "By fakinS" out an insurance policy!  W in either of tbe following- companies:  OS  4S  IF IT'S JOB .PRINTING  The  f   Norwich Union,  Canadian,  le  CAN  DO TT  A" ShamrocITCreainery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  .���and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by   all 'first   class  grocers and  P BURNS & CO i  1      MOYIE, b. C.  ^Rochester QemM  % -':���- '���-.���������.  % ������,.--��� i  -AH., are'reliable.  Agent       .-.  ,-.   .--Moyie    .    (  ���';'  '     '..'.���      ���' j.''      '.    " '      ,'f  i  i ���>  1  ^


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